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Knowledge Is power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. People Oni Vol. XIII. Fivo cents n copy. APRIL 11, 1012 Dollnr a year, No. 41 THE VOICE OF ILLINOIS Illinois spoko in tlio Presidential Primary, Tuesday, and, as between the President nnd Mr. Roosevelt, expressed a decided preference for the Hough Itider. Mr. LaFollelto was also in the ring but mode a very poor showing, Between tho Democratic aspirants tho people of the Prairie State have a preference almost aa decided, speaker Clark beating Gov. Wilson about two to one. Roosevelt's Headquarters is n very jubllnnt place now, chairman Dixon declaring that President Taft in no longer in the fight. It will be remembered, however, that Mr. Dixon has recently shown n tendency to use extravagant language. It is too soon to estimate tlio effect of tho Illinois vote but it will almost evidently be a much needed stimulant to the hopeless fight. An wo go to press the Kentucky convention is in session with both sides claiming to be rightly in the lead. FERTILIZERS Globe, Equity, Mt. Pleasant Now ready for delivery at the lowest prices at . NEW ARRIVALS FOR MEN AND BOYS 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. Our Spring Stock is fully assembled and . ''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 DUTCHESS Trousers insures you against mishaps. W Lose a button or have them rip and we pay you the indemnity: io cents a button, $i a rip. THE EDEN OF SCIENCE Tho Eden story is an attractive one. Up untiPa few years ago tho consensus of opinion waa that the Golden Age waa at the dawn of history and there wan much speculation as to the locality of the beautiful birth. place of tho human race. But within the last half dozen decades sentiment has somewhat changed, and it is beginning to be conceded that the Ooldeu Age lies In tho future, and that it is to the futuro that we must look for Eden conditions. Moreover, it in declared that theso conditions are not to come as the result of a miracle but are to bo of our own making. Just now if we were to judge by prevailing health conditions we should have to say that the nearest approach to Eden Is the once deathly Panama Canal Zone, for, instead of being a place to be feared and shunned, it is now for from uninviting from the health standpoint, thanks to tho free hand of science. In 1010 West Orange, N. J., had the lowest death rate per thousand of any city in the United Slates, 8.5. But the death rate among the white inhabitants of the Canal Zone for October, 1011 , was 2.03 per thousand. For the entire year it was 0.82, while the average death rate for the whole United States in 1010 was 10.1. The French could not build the Canal because they could not import workers fast enough practically tho entire force at times either being dead or iu the hospitals. The Americans have had no trouble from sickness after sufficient time had elapsed for the institution of sanitary measures. The Climate in Panama may be a little hot and there may be a for most of us, but it is altogether a more little too much rain-fal- l healthful place, not merely than the average city or town of the United States, but than any single locality, as the statistics show. But we need not go to Panama to enjoy this immunity from sickness and death. It is within the reach of every village, every town, every city and more easily within the reach of tho isolated country resident. There is only one thing necessary a properly conducted health campaign under the direction of the constituted health authorGive us sanitary surities. Sanitation is the only requirement. roundings nud health and happiness will follow as necessary consequences. Panama is the most significant object lesson that the world has The Health Board of ever had, and the lesson is striking home. Louisville has just recommended to the City Council au ordinance providing for the screeuing of garbage cans, refuse piles, out houses and even stables not a screening against flies, but a screening to pre-vethe birth of flies. And the plea is that it is cheaper to screen these receptacles than to screen the homes that it is cheaper to screen than it is to pay doctor bills, than it is to pay undertakers' bills. How long will it be uutil Berea, until McKee, uutil Manchester, until Booueville. until Irvine, uutil Beattyville and until Hyden learn this lesson until life and health are of as much importance in these towns as they are in Panama, an they are in Louisville. CHRISMAN'S MAN" "THE FURNITURE OF R. R. COYLE BEREA KENTUCKY RIVALRY KEEN IN MADISON COUNTY CONVENTION ' NEWS Taft THE WEEK IN OURJWN STATE WORLD NEWS Irish Protest Against Home Rule English Miners Returning to Work ConvcnUon held at Richmond, April Tho Mexican Rebellion Trouble Tho 6lh, tho feeling waB Intense. Between Russia and Turkey ImToft supporters wero led by C. C. manentChina Quiet. Wallace, whllo vutcran Hrutus Clay At tho Madison County Republican was tho loader of tho Roosevelt fac- tion. Tho convention was wt for 1 p. in. In the Court House, but promptly 12 o'clock tho colored band leading n Taft Club marched Into tho convention hall. The room was soon found to bo too small to accommodate tho crowd ns scores wero standing on tho Court house steps and at clamoring for admission. After considerable dt'lny Mr. Wallace agreed to Mr. Clay's demand that tho convention bo held In tho Court House, yard, where, In tho up- Conlltmrd on Hle GLANCEATTHEJEADINBS Wo havo heard from a number of pecplo recently who say that tliey read every won! In Tho Citizen. Of courso wo can not oxpect this of nil our readers but wo ask them to glanco at Uio headings at least 1" order to find the things that appeal to them and that they should not fall to road. Frequently wo nro asked why wo did not mntlon certain things In tho pal"'!-- , or If we would not llko to havo articles on certain subjects, and In a nunilmr of cases wo havo very been ablo to point to theso subjects In our last Issuo or a recent ono. A glanco nt tho headings, and, In many cases, at tho tablo of contents below would havo saved our Inquirers both tho trouble nnd tho ero Is good reading In this bit Is- - HOME AGAINST RULE That for which Gladstone fought mi long and to which tho present coalition In the English Government Is committed, homo nilo for Ireland, J tho bill providing for which was In troduced Into tho llouso of Commons, Tuesday, has tho misfortune to to bitterly .opposed by a great number of tho Irish themselves, a demonstration In which ono hundred and fifty thousand were said to hao taken Part having been held In Belfast, Sunday, to protest against tho measure. Tho ground of opitosltlon seems to bo that the Protestant rule of England to inisslble Catholic Is prefnrablu homo rule, ENGLISH MINERS RETURNING TO WORK The vote among tho English miners to determine whether tho strike xhould bo continued or settled, ac cording to tho terms of tho Mlnl-- t mum Wage 1)111, has not been com pleted. And, whllo tho majority seems to bo In favor of rejecting tho terms of settlement, It Is claimed that a to vote of two thirds Is necessary j continue a strike, and on tho Btrength of this claim thousands of tho dis affected have gono to work and many others are proposing to do so. So tho strlko may bo considered to bo lrtually ended. THE MEXICAN REBELLION The situation In Mexico Is not very different from that reported last week. It was reported from PROTEST ' I LETTER FROM PROF, DODGE Some Personal The Citizen Claim Rests Loyalty The and Roosevelt Matters Commends The Old Soldier's Chiefly upon After Issues Between Taft Wisely. Ditcusied. " . Washington that all available troops would bo concentrated on tho Moxl-ca- n frontier within a few days, and this gave rise necessarily to talk of Intervention. Hut tho Government promptly dented any such Intention, as well as that there was any thought of Increasing tho border repre forces. Three commissioners, senting tho rebel forces, arrived In tlilit country last week and havo Issued statements defending their and denouncing tho administration of Madero In unmeasured CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE FIRHT PAGE Editorials. In Our Own State. Newa of tho Week. World Naws. Dr. larsons' Illrthday. letter from Prof. Dodge. Madison's Convention. SECOND PAGE Qencral New. World Nowb. Delegates Pledged to Taft. TillltO PAGE Kentucky News. Sermon. Temperance- Notco. FOURTH PAGE Local Newa. Editorial Uerca'a Health Campaign. Ono Day's Rust. FIFTH PAOE - terms. TROUBLE BREWING IN EAST It Is reported from London that a clash Is hourly oxpected between Turkey and Russia, Tho bono of contention Is a strip of land In Persia which has been under dlsputo for many years'. QUIET IN CHINA Tho week has boon ono of com parative quiet In China. Tho consti tution has been promulgated and differs from that of any other government, tho Lcglstatlvo authority being vested In one House, which, In reality, Is supremo, slnco this House elects tho President and national Unicoi, Tcnn., March 30, 1912. To Tho Citizen: After an oven four months sojourn In this placo I am moved to send another word to the readers of Tho Citizen nnd, first, It may bo well to refer to a fow points bearing upon tho personal equation. Mrs. Dodgo and I think wo did wisely In coming hero. Perhaps our chief orror waa In bringing mora personal property than wo can use, and moro becko than wo can read. Only about half a dozen of tho latter havo thus far been perused, and half of them havo been of tho Roosevelt series, "Winning of tho West." When I shufflo off tho duties of assistant Adjutant General of tho Ky. G. A. It., in June, next, thcro should he much moro tlmo to dovoto to tho neglected reading of two or threo decades past. I had set my heart upon reading a hundred books, before our return to Dorca In 1913. Wo shall see, Will Make No More Speeches Mr. Roosevelt's Trip Thru Kentucky Taft Wins In the County ConvenBryan Opposes Harmon ConThe tions McCreary for Clark gress Anxious to Adjourn SouthFlood Subsiding. Govern Commercial Congress ernor Hooper in the Pen SocialMR. ROOSEVELT'S INVASION ists Lose Milwaukee Immigration a made Roosevelt Clean Bill of Health hurried trip through the stato last Decreasing Idea Will Prevail. Wednesday, going over the C. & O. from Ashland to Louisville and speakTAFT WILL MAKE NO MORE ing at a number of points, notably SPEECHES President" Taft has decided to fol- Winchester, Lexington and Louisville. low the example of Grover Cleve- Tho chief address was given at Louisland and not make any speeches dur- ville, at night where a largo number ing tho campaign. It Is also said that gathered to hear the distinguished ho will desist from further speaking candidate. TAFT WINS also before the nomination. In the county mass conventions and This Is possibly Just as well, for his distinguished opponent could be primaries, held, Saturday, to select trusted to misconstrue and misrepre- delegates to the state convention sent anything he would say anyway. which met In Loulsvlllo yesterday, e faco of tlio returns Pres. Taft BRYAN OPPOSES HARMON Mr. Bryan In "The Commoner'' says got 1,149 delegateo, whllo 197 wero that, If the Democralc party endor- concoded to tho Tlio contests In the various counses Governor Harmon of Ohio, "Misled, betrayed, deserted," will be a ties were the bitterest over known, suitable, epitaph for Democracy'o and, as a result, more than eight hundred seats were questioned. In a tombstone. number of counties two conventions CONGRESS ANXIOUS TO ADwere held. The party In the minority, JOURN happened to bo for tho Much anxiety is being manifested whether it withdrew President or on tho part of certain Senators and Representatives at the prospect of a in a number of instances under claims part of tho long drawn out Bcsslon, many of tho of unfairness on the rump convenHouso members and a good number chairman and held a of Senators being anxious to dis- tion. As in the case 'of the Indiana Conband before tho national conventions. vention and Now York Primaries, a OR. PEARSONS' 92ND BIRTHDAY The chief blamo for tho delay Is laid great cry of fraud has gono up, Judge upon tho Senate, however, tho tariff Berea's Celebration Procession and bills not yet having been taken up, O'Rear, the head of tho Roosevelt forces in the state, making sweeping Address by Or. Barton. and tho appropriation measures still claims for Mr. Roosevelt and chargDr. Pearsons, tho great friend of awaiting consideration. ing that tho President's advantage the mountaineers, will bo ninety-tw- o COMMERCIAL CONGRESS IN was secured through the machlno Sunday. Bcrea Col-leyears old next SESSION methods of federal officials. Questionwill celobrato the event by a Following tho Conference of Edu- able methods wero no doubt used, holiday on Monday with a proces- cation In tho South, which met In but It Is likely that about as much tho could bo said for one sldo as Nashvlllo last week, tho great Southern Commercial Congress Is holding other. forth In tho same city this week. McCREARY FOR CLARK Congress busiIs This a Certain expressions used by Gov. Mcness men's association of tho sixteen Creary In a speech at tho Democratic southern states. Its chief object is Harmony dinner In Loulsvlllo last to collect and disseminate InformaSaturday havo encouraged tho suption In regard to tho resources of porters of Speaker Clark, who was tho South and to promote their de- also present and spoke, to claim velopment. support of tho Governor's tho On 'May 14th to ICth another Speaker's candidacy for tho PresiIs scheduled for dency. great convention Nashville tho Printers Cost ConOlllo James has already announced gress of tl(o Southern States. his, preference for Mr. Clark, and if, on-th- Continued on Fege Five (Continued on Tage Five) Dr. D. K. Pearsons Blon starting from the Ladles' Hall at ten o'clock and an address In tho College chapel by Dr. Barton, of Chicago. Dr. Barton will also bo hero tho previous Sunday, preaching In tho GUN BOAT PAINT I am often asked "What kind of paint is best for metal roofs, black or red paint." 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." Tho things wo loso by being away from Ilerea aro really too numerous to mention, and It Is not wlso for us to dwell upon them too much. As wo hopo that tho absenco may bo called temporary tho counts upon tho other sldo aro not to bo overlooked. Tho chanco for catching up In tho matter of neglected dutlea has been hinted at. Possibly wo may como a right. I have several barrels of red and black paints for metal roofs. Bothof these paints are used by the U. S. Government Intensive Farming. Securing Good Seed. SIXTH PAOE Serial Story. SEVENTH PAOB Markets, Tho Dairy. Sunday School Lesson, BIOHTM PAOB Eastern Kentucky Newa. not Wish-bonWhat tho Little Dlrd told Hack-bon- o e. Mo. llttlo closer to naturo, and through It to nature's God. Tho helpfulness of tho friends who Invited us hero has oxcocded expectation. 'May wo provo worthy of it. So many havo Dr. Sun Yat Sen resigned as proviassured ua that wo aro missed at sional president, April 1st. In bla Ucrca that wo havo been mado happy farewell speech ho expressod confi- thereby. Wo warmly thank all who dence In Prcstdont Yuan Shi Kal and havo written to us and shall deeply urged that every effort be used to Continued on !' Five securo a united China. and will give you good service. Dr. Wm. E. Barton Parish House In tho morning and tho chapel at night. Dr. Barton Is a closo friend of Dr. Pearsons and will bring his special greetings. Dr. Barton, who has been Continued on HENRY LENGFELLNER Office Jackson St., rear of Main. Phone 7 or 181. SPECIAL SALE Saturday. Bring your Jug and get some paint. fg Five Page Two. THE CITIZEN TAFT April 11, 1912. WILSON TESTIFIES A family newspaper for all that la right The Citizen true and Interesting. INSISTS ON TO FARMERS of of IN DENIALS MILLIONS ARE LOST LEVEES BREAK AND MISSISSIPPI TORRENT SPREADS WRECK AND DEVASTATION. Publtehnl cveiy Thursday at Bcrm, Kr. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Incorporated) I. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. Says Subscription Rates TATAUL.K IN ADVAJfCE. One year Plx Months HM 86 Department Agriculture Must Go On. Work FOR I AS TO ALLEGATIONS IN EVERGLDAES CASE. Department Has Not Made Complete Inquiry of Florida W Thme Months LABORS CONSERVATION or TTtpress Send money by root-odlo- o Money Order, Draft, Itoffistered Letter, or on and two cent Ktnmp. Th date, after your name on ulM4 chows to what Oato your mUncrtptlaii l Iald. If It 19 not cJuuurwI within three renewal notify us. Ubuinir numbrrs will bo gladly supplied If wo are notlflrd. Fine premiums cheap, with mm and prompt renewals. Bend for Premium List. Liberal terms riven to any on who now subscription for us. Any one wending us four yearly sutwcrlptlon rnn receive The Cltlien f rro for hlmscilf for one year. Advertising- rates on application. wek after Far Reaching Legislation Administered by Scientists of Rank Brings Good Results to Tillers of Soli-F- ood and Drugs Act Upheld to the Letter. In the first Inaugural address ot his administration President Taft called attention to tho deficit then existing in the revenues nnd tho consequent necessity for rigid economy In expenditures. However, the president singled out tho department of agriculture as an exception. He said, to quote his exact words: "In the department of Agriculture the uso of scientific experiments on a large scale, and the spread of Information derived from them for tho Improvement of general agriculture must go on." This view tho president hag steadily maintained, and In various messages to congress ho has urged appropriations for the work of the department. message on In his comprehensive ob-'ta- ln MBMDER OF KENTUCKY TRUSS ASSOCIATION. Dogs once ran under the they ride on the scat nutomobllo. A Chicago man wagon-n- iJliMld Ini'i" ow of the wants a divorce because his wife refuses to cook. What a ridiculous plea! No, gentle reader, there Is no resemblance between th turkey trot and the chicken reel. A bee travels 48.000 miles to get a pound of honey, but bees aro not bothered by railroad rates. "It thlrtta and burns for distinction: and, If possible, It will have It. Is It unreasonable, then, to expect that some men, possessed of the loftiest genius, coupled with ambition sufficient to push to the utmost stretch, will at some time spring up among us? And when such a one does, It will require the people to be united with each other, attached to the government and laws, and generally Intelligent, to successfully frustrate his design. "Distinction will be his paramount object, and although he would as willingly acquire It by doing good as harm, yet nothing left In the way of Here, building up he would sit down boldly to the tasy of pulling down. then, Is a probable case, highly dangerous." From Mr. Lincoln's Speech Before the Young Men's Lyceum, Springfield, III. (From The Omaha Dally Bee, March 19, 1312. What's In a name? An expert Informs us that clam chowder Is being made out of jack rabbits. Any man who tells you that he habitually works 18 hours a day exaggerates at least six hours. The auto for many purposes has pushed tho horse nsldo, but It will never do for nn equestrian statue. TAFT MAKES GOOD Delegates Pledged to Taft. On Saturday, March 30, 1912, the delegates to the Republican national convention pledged to President Taft were as follows: PROMISE 10 LABOR Administration's Record Squares With Its Pledges. NEW Alaska Alabama Colorado 2 22 8 2 12 24 18 8 6 8 says false A prominent dentist teeth are more sanitary than real MANY ones. This Is a reflection on nature. LAWS ENACTED No one likes to discuss the troubles In Chihuahua because no one Postal Savings Banks, Workmen's Compensation and Employers' Liacan pronounce the name of the province. bility Laws Passed Eight-Hou- r District of Columbia Florida Georgia Indiana Iowa Michigan Missouri New Mexico New York Oklahoma Philippines South Carolina conservation President Taft said: "The feature that transcends all others. Including woods, waters, minerals, Is tho soil of tho country," and that all means at the government's disposal should be used to conseno the soils, adding, "a work of the utmost Importance to Inform and Instruct the public on this chief '..ranch of the conservation ot our resources is being carried on successfully in tbo department of agriculture." Reports made recently to Secretary Wilson ot the department of agriculture by the heads of his bureaus Justify this solicitude on the part of tho president for the department. In calling for thcio reports the secretary asked that they be brief, and that they mention notable achievements ot the last flvo years only, Inasmuch as that period is really tbe period of fruition In tho department, the period during which, owing to tbe broad previously laid by tho foundations training and grouping ot many corps ot scientific men. by securing legislation, by gathering together masses of statistics and other Information, by providing scientific and other equipment. It baa been possible to produce most marvelous results for the common good ot tho people ot tho United States. 7 .-. 79 4 scientist tells us how to find out the age of a fish. Dut what rule can ho glvo us for finding tbo site of a A Law Upheld Labor Recognized on Commissions. 2 16 16 24 278 539 Tennessee Virginia Total Necessary 21sh? bonnets will be worn for Easter. Another dastardly plot on the part of the milliners to raise tho price. Egg-shape- d a Texas preacher arises to remark that a man will not tell a lie If the truth Is easier. The preacher Is not A fisherman. A New York sculptor killed himself because his work was Inartistic, so he must have hated the thought of making money. The New Yorker who was sent to Jail for tho theft of a loaf of bread Is looked upon by his fellow New York-er- a as r. piker. One of our scientists tells ua that poets are mad, but they aro not halt as mad as the editor who Is flooded with spring poems. men." Tho worklngmen of the country Reckless Joy riders should be put In 1908 by a record of to work on the streets and roads. Judged Mr. Taft twenty-seveyears as a statesman, Then their speed could be utilised administrator ot national affairs and with poetic Justice. presidential adviser, and they helped Why do sociologists declare that a to give him the magnificent majority man cannot live on $620 a year when which put blm in the Wblto House. years he has been lots of them are supporting families During the three president his excellent record has on no greater wages? been maintained so splendidly that Sparrows have been taught to sing the laboring men have been confirmeda like canaries, but wo have lost all In the belief that they never had hope In tho cultivation of tho feline better friend in the White House. Tho establishment of tho postal savvoice. ings banks, which was recommended waa ono of tho Tom Edison says there will be no by President Talt, poverty In 100 years, but In the mean- things that organized labor favored. time the ultimate consumer Is not In The sixteen million dollars now on deposit In these depositories repredanger of dying rich. sents the savings of tho Taft'a Personal Interest. A statistician Informs us that there are 170,000.000 English speaking peoPresident Taft approved h law on ple, but ho docs not tell ns bow many March 30, 1908, to compensate workmen for Injuries received while in tbo of them speak English. employ of the United States. After New York millionaires sometimes the passago of this act a number of make good use of their money, even workmen In the employ of tho fedIt the methods by which they acquired eral government were killed and their families, not being familiar with the It cannot bo commended. provisions ot tho law, failed to hie A gun made of cement Is the latest affidavits within tho specified time. thing In Implements of war. The In- The secretary ot commerce and labor ventor has not yet determined wheth- bad no power to set aside the provier It Is safer to stand at tbo muzzle sion ot the law, and waB, therefore, obliged to disapprove ot the claims. or at the breech. The matter was taken up by the It Is said that the people of this president, and be satisfied himself country ale 1200,000,000 worth .of Ice that Justice waa not being done to the cream last year, U seems that the families ot the men. who bad been oda fountain clerk has developed Into Killed. lie sent a special message to congress recommending that a genan Important citizen. eral act be passed allowing all such Five Ecuadorean generals have been claimants compensation if their hanged, but It Is said that Ecuadorean claims were otherwise meritorious. generals can be found hanging around This was an Instance that proved the president to be and anxalmost any street corner. ious to aid tho worklngmen In any A Chicago man returned home the way that he could. An employers' liability act, approved other day and found two wlvca at the station to greet him. Of the warmth June 11, 190G, was on January 8, 1908, pt his welcome) there can bp no doubt held to be unconstitutional. Another n wage-earnerbroad-minde- From the day three years ago, when It placed Its Interests in the keeping of William Howard Talt, to this hour, labor has critically scanned his every act and with discriminating mind It Is Judging him as one who, without clamor or demonstration, has kept tbo faith. On September 9, 1908. Theodore Roosevelt, then president of the United States, wrote a letter to Conrad Kohrs on the Issues of the campaign, and addressing himself to the laboring men, said: "If there is one body ot men moro than another whoso support I feel 1 have a right to challenge on behalf of Secretary Tnft It Is the body of of the country. A stauncher friend, a fairer and truer representative, they cannot Ilnd within the borders of the United States. He will do everything in bis power for them except to do that which is wrong; he will do wrong for no man, and therefore can be t rutted by alt wage-worke- for choice of this sort was passed on April 22, 1908, which, as yet, has not been tested In the courts. Through the efforts of the president a commission was appointed to make an investigation of the subject ot "employers' liability and workmen's compensation." Labor Men Appointed. The report of the commission, the evidence taken beforo it and the draft ot the bill prepared as a result ot the findings ot said commission have been transmitted to congress accompanied by a special message by President Toft, in which he recommends the passago of the proposed measure, in their deliberations the members of the commission had the benefit ot frequent consultations with the president. It Is believed tho act will stand the test ot constitutionality. In order that tho commission might have the benefit of the experience of a practical man. President Taft appone ot its members Daniel ointed-as L. Cease, the editor of the Ilallroad Trainmen's Journal, tho olUelal organ of the railroad trainmen. Mr. Cease has devoted tbo best years of his useful life to tbo cause ot labor. The president also appointed experienced labor men as Inspectors under tho locomotive boiler Inspection law. They were John F. Ensign of Colorado and Frank McManamy of Oregon, for chlet inspector and assistant chlet Inspector, respectively. Seeking to Remedy Defects. The defects in tho present eight-hou- r law havo not escaped the attention ot President Taft. He has recomto congress amendments mended which will mako It really effective by "providing that public works shall bo construed to Include not only buildings and works upon public grounds, but also sblps, armor and large guns when manufactured In private yard Taft for Conservation, conservation message. President Taft emphasized the importance of tho maintenance of the forests, and urged their scientific treatment, "so that they shall be made to yield a large return In timber without really reducing the supply," and In other messages he pointed out tbo necessity ot reforestation. In accordance with these vlows, much available work has been dono In protecting the national forests and by researches In the laboratory of tbe department at Madison, Wis.; and In the past five years tbo areas work ot reforesting burned-ove- r has proceeded at tbo rate ot 15,000 to 30,000 acres a year. Tho department takes Justifiable pride in Its forest work, considering the administration of 100,000,000 acres ot land protected and managed for the public benefit a great achievement. Since January 1, 1907, when tho food and drugs act went into effect, moro has been done to provldo a good, clean food supply than In all the preceding llfo ot the nation. A wonderful chango has also been effected In the character of the drugs on sale. The department has a trained forco ot Inspectors and chemists doing excellent work in all parts ot the country in behalf ot pure drugs. This pure, foods and salutary law, however, needs amendment, as tho Supreme court held In May, 1911, that Its provisions, to quoto President Taft'B words In his vigorous message to congress a month later: "Do not cover tbo knowingly falso labelling of nostrums as to curative effect." The president added: "An evil which menaces tho general health of tho people strikes at tho llfo of tho nation. In my opinion the salo of dangerously adulterated drugs . . . constitutes such an evil and warrants mo In calling tho matter to tbo attention ot the congress." In his SUFFERER HEAVY A CAIRO Washington. Secretary of Agriculture James Wilson testified before tho house commlttco on cxendlturv8 In 4,000 Are Homeless at Hickman, Ky., tho agricultural department, In Where the Conditions Beggar Dto critics In nnd out of congress, escriptionMany Other Cities Are on his conduct In connection with reIn Great Peril. ports on tho drnlnago of the Florida Everglade. Chicago. Tho great Hoods which Mr. Wilson has been under flro of aro sweeping down tho Mississippi In opposing Interests nnd factions valley have to dale caused tho loss of Florida londs and Florida politics. over 17,000,000. This Is in property First ho was attneked for permitting values alone nnd does not Include tho reports to be published departmental loss of wages to worklngmen and tho which boomed Everglades lands, and loss of time to tho hundreds ot facmoro recently becnuso he suppressed tories nnd tho half dozen railroads nf. the Information. fected by the great rush of waters. Mr. Wilson denied that the original From every city on tho banks of excerpt of the report of Mojor J. O. tho Mississippi. Ohio, Fox. Platte and Wright nn tho Everglades wns given rivers comes additional Kankakee out with his consent. This excerpt news of tho devastation caused by tho advertising purposes In overflowing banks and tho breaking was used In It was obtained In tho deFlorida. are that levees, and tho Indications partment by Henry Clay Hall. doublo tho amount wrote tho loss llgnres will IMcr, Mr. Wilson said, ho already suffered by the farmers, former Oovcrnor Gilchrist of Florida nnd manufacturers n,long tho and authorized tho publication of line of the flood. parts of his letter In relation to tho by All the rivers nlrcady affected Everglades. spring freshets contlnuo to rise, tho opinion the Mr. Wilson expressed nnd no relief seems to bo In sight for that tho department had not mado n tho thousands mado homeless by the Evercomplete Investigation of tbo Had the Inundation been floods. glades project on any of the features caused by rains relief would have covered In the reports In controversy. been n matter based only on tho conHe dismissed tho details of the rivof the downpours. This flood, alry bctwcn department experts nnd tinuance Is from tho hills, caused by however. their complnlnts that they were being the great snowfall ot tho past wintor, robbed of credit for work. nnd shows no signs of abating. It will bo at least a week beforo tho affectto anything AT PARRAL ed territory can return CAMPA REPULSED even resembling comfort and safety. Cairo, 111., seems to bo the worst afGeneral Tellez'a Federal Command fected from n property loss standFrom Torreon Reached Beleaguered point. The city is practically Isolated, City In Time to Assist. as far as railroad servlco Is concerned, food supplies aro being taken Jlmlnez, Chihuahua. Defeated In and nil city by boats. Iho Mobile upon Parral. On Emlllo Into tho his attack A Ohio and tho Iron Mountain roads Carapa retreated to the liberal base to move near havo abandoned all efforts Central. It here, leaving only a small force being trains, while tbe Illinois Parral, nnd these aro now present conditions Inst, cannot hope driven back. to contlnuo more than a few hours. General Teliez's federal command Tho lives of 600 workmen were en from Torreon reached the beleaguered dangcred nnd property valued In excity before tho liberal command atwas submerged $5,000,000 tack and this brought tho strength nl cess of river tore defending garrison to a number when the Mississippi In the levee. tho nearly crevasse 125 feet lunp; estimated by the llbcrnls at The embankment broke alter more 2,000. They beat back tbe rebels with than 300 workmen had fought for five case In tho fighting. seventy feet n Cnmpa was forced to retreat, los hours to llll depression long and live feet deep. Flvo hundred Ing one of his field pieces In the fighting on tho Dig Four nnd now the federals who hold men were rise el efTort city aro pressing north after him leveo in nn Fearingto stem tbe Four the that the Hlg engaging a command of 400 under tbe Ohio. and tho strnln. Major Quovedo, left by Cnmpa to cover levee would not hold under out with tug Frances waa ordered bis retreat nnd harrass tho federals. the party on board and succeedOen. Inex Salazar and Gen. Luis Fer a rescue In tho workers. nandez have been dispatched towards ed In bringing Tho territory flooded Is Just, north Parral with other troops and a big comprises about 9.000 battle Is expected to take place at a of Cairo andbig manufacturing plants point between this place and Parral acres. Nine are located here. when the two armies meet. Ilesldes the plants the lumber yard of I'pham Agler. with mllllona ot feet MILWAUKEE SOCIALISTS LOSE of hard wood lumber, was submerged. The Chicago mill also bad a large Fusion Ticket Wins Election Ly stock of lumber. It Is estimated that of Over 18,000 Votes Camthe number of homes, business bouses paign Very Violent. and other structures Hooded In the drainage district numbered nearly Milwaukee, Wis. Dr. licrhard 1.000. A. Hading, Republican, has bein electFuture Clly, n negro settlement, hat ed mayor of Milwaukee on a Fusion n population of more than a thousand. ticket, on which bis associates were Urbandalc. with a whlto population ot J. P. Carncy'and Louis M. Koteckl, for about a hundred, had many well built treasurer and city controller, respect- homes. ively, both Democrats. This marks Hickman, Ky., faces the moat desthe downfall ot Socialism by the big- perate situation ever known during gest vote ever cast In nny election In nny flood In the Mississippi valley. Tho Fusion ticket, with Four thousand are homeless and the Milwaukee. eight aldermen at large, and a major- state Is feeding the refugees. Militia ity ot tho ward aldermen. Is carried companies arc In command to prevent Into office by a majority over tbo So- vandalism. Three miles below tho city cialists of over 18,000. the great main levee of tho MississipTho result follows tho most violent pi has broken and the back water Ik city campaign In Milwaukee) history, nlready entering the outskirts ot the as evidenced by tho fact that $0,000 city. In addition to the three to fifteen otes wcro polled, out of atotal regis- feet already covering the streets. tration ot 90,000. and na compared with CO.OOO votes for tho highest provlous record of any election. TAFT HITS JAPAN BUGABOO real-dent- s y , Project. SHIP WRECKED IN TYPHOON II Q or factories." With regard to the high cost ot living, which increases tbo burden ot tho wage earners, President Taft has already taken the Inittatlvo that will Inquiry into result In a world-widthis problem. He has advocatod tho assembling of a world's congross to discuss Its varied phases and to suggest remedies This unparalleled record of thirty years' service to the cause ot all the pcopla Is deserving ot consideration. No charge ot broken faith or ot broken promises can be made, no hint of departure from the plain path of duty can be laid at the door of William Howard Taft, who without ostentatious display, has wisely and fearlessly administered the trust Imposed upon him In 1908 when be wn elected to his high ofllce by the vo'4 a of laboring men. e Disseminating the valuable Information acquired by tho department hus proven a wonderful work. Pracpublications havo tically 200,000,000 been distributed since Secretary Wilson assumed control of tbe department, and moro than half (103,698,-100- ) ot that number have been distributed within tbo past five years. Otbor work accomplished by the department Includes a comprehensive system ot weather warnings and forecasts, tho meat Inspection service In wfclch 2,600 experts are employed, protection ot live stock, the checking ot rodent pests, tbe destruction of noxious insects, the conservation of water supplies so that every dollar expended In the prosecution of this work In Its numerous phases has brought back a hundred fold t Umj people. Work of Soil Mapping. Importance to tho farmer has been tho work carried on in tbe past flvo years of soli mapping and classification, so that now tho area Includ ed Is 407,009 square miles, or nearly 41,000,000 acres. The valuo o! this work Is Incalculable, as It aids settlers In tbo west aB well as tbe farmers. Of Wnshlngton. Tho Ixdge resolution calling upon the president to send to Perth, Australia. Fifty passenger tho senatn Information obtalnod by and eighty .members of tho crew nf tho state department in Its Investigation of tho report that tho Japanese tho Ilrltlsh steamer Koombnna per- government was seeking from Mexico ished in the wreck of tho ship In a typhoou oft the coast ot western Aus- a naval base at Magdnlcna bay Is now snld to havo been a part of an admintralia. lilts of wreckage, washed nsboro istration plan to smash the constantly bugaboo ot Japancso Invahero, reavcled how quickly thu doomed recurring sion or colonization ot North Aincr-leu- . vessel and tho 130 persons aboard It must havo gone to the bottom In the Huntington Wilson, acting tecrotnry terrific gnle. ot state, and Itcprvsentatlvo Sulzcr of New York chairman of tho houso forMaine Elects U. 8, Senator. eign affairs committee, had a long Atigustn, Me. United States Sen- conference with President Tnft at tho ator Obadlah Gardner, Democrat, re- White House. ceived a majority of tho votes cast In After his talk ftllh the president, both branches ot tbe legislature for Chalrmnn Sutzer said be was conUnited States senator to serve for the vinced that there would bo no Inter remainder of hla term ending on ventlon by Iho United States In MexMarch '4, 1913. Ho was appointed by ico and that reports of Japancso colGovernor Plalsted upon tbe death of onization at Magdalena bay were ab8enator William P. Frye, Itepubllcan, surd and groundless. Coast. Passengers and Crew, Numbering 130, Believed to Be Lost Off Australian Ulll Mnt Inl.ru.n. In M..lr. Jap Colonization at Magdalena Hiv Ahiurd and firnunHIafl- Assassinated. Saves Wife's Negro Assailant. A dispatch from Tientsin Elkton. Ky. Ison Taliaferro, a Exchange Telegraph company to tho negro, was saved from says a report of the assassination of lynching hero only by the pleading ot Oen. Li Yuen Heng. of George W. Hoblnson, whoso wife the tho Chinese republic, Is confirmed negro Is alleged to havo attacked. There la no confirmation of the ru Hoblnson, a prominent farinor, begged mpr from any other source. that the law be allowed to take its course. Monon Firemen Win Increase, Lafayette, Ind. After making a Fire Destroys $100,000 Church. threat they would atrlke In five hours Waterbury, Conn. Fire destroyed the 2S0 firemen on the Monon railway tbe first Baptist here, with were granted an increase ot tea per loss Ot $100,000. church exnloslnn ln A Its cent. In wages. Jured two firemen. London. China's "iAM.'uimtt. , - April 11, 1912. THE CITIZEN. DIES. William W. Harvey Succumbs In Kit Southern Homo. Louisville. Nows of iho death at Orlando, Fla., of William Wallaco Hnrticr, at ono time associate editor of tho Loulsvlllo Dally Democrat, which was nbsorbed by tho Courier-JournIn 18C8, and noted ns a poet nnd wrltor, was rocelvcd here In a telegram to Mrs. Frank, wife of Dr. Frnnk, from Mr. Hnrney'a son, William Randolph Harney. Mr. Harney's father, John II. Harney, was for twcnty-flvyears editor of the LouIsyIIIo Dally Democrat. William Iillncn Harney was born Juno 21, 1931, In Hloomtngton, lud, With his paronts ho moved to Kentucky In 1833. Ho was educated nt home under Pro. Noblo Hittler, a noted educator of his time. While his father was editor of tho Democrat Mr. Hnrnoy became an editor of the paper. Ho was tho first principal of thn Louisville high school and also held tho chair of belles letters In the normal department of Transylvania university. In 1868 ho married Miss Mary St. Mayor Randolph. His poetry Is widely copied In books of selections, both In England and America, and much used by elocutionists for qualities adapted to vocal expression. Among the better known of his poems aro "The Stab," "In Exile," "Tho Hurled Hope," "Tho Dergamot Hlossom," "South Florida Night" nnd "Tho Twilight of the Pae Hire, FORM BUSINESS FROM OLD KENTUCKY Covington. W. II. Drown, 66, died in Jajt as tho result of exposure and tho excessive use of morphine MEN'S AID CLUB HCPKINSVILLE MERCHANTS 80CIETY PROMOTER OF NEW R. R. MEMBER. A Jesus Gives The Itov. C C. Carroll has nccepted the pastorato of the First Haptlst church at Winchester. Owcnsboro. Miss Uettle Roberta, fell down a flight of steps nnd broke her left arm and collar-honMt. Peace HARD Berea Printing School Department of Berea College LIFE IN THE KLONDIKE Conditions Br Rev. J. H. Sterling. KE6R0 KILLEOjN at QUARREL a milliner, Ralston, Secretary Correspondence Course, Moody Bible Institute, Chicago There Furnish Powerful Argumtnt for Temperance Whisky Is Deadly Concoction, (The Citizen i a specimen of our work.) PniNTS HEADS, HAND-DILL- LETTER' REPORTS, SER- Joseph MeClary Found In Cornfield Bowling Green Unconscious Washington County Fair Of fere Premiums for Mulee. Hopktnsvlllo. Tho Ilopklnsvlllo nusliims Men's ussoclntlon has been organized with the followlnR omeeni: President, It. K. Cooper; vlco presi- dent. T. J. Wall; treasurer, A. It. Hcklcs. A salaried secretary will ho chosen hy tho board of directors. Tho association will bo Incorporated and will enter upon an nctlvn campaign to exploit tho advantages of tho city, dcrclop local enterprises and Induco new people and business concorns to locato here. Stirring speeches were mado nt tho meeting by John K. lllble, M. C. Forbes, R. li Cooper, M. I.. Hlb, Charles Itusscll of Chicago, ono of tho promoters of the now Intcrur-ba- n railway, and others. COAL ACREAGE TO DE DIVIDED. HcarL" " KENTUCKY FAIR DATE8. Will Subdivide It. Following Darliourvlllo. tho County Fair Knox Harbourvllle of tho holdings of tho Iouln-vill- a association. Sept. 4 6. Property company In Knox, Herea Herea Fnlr association, Aug. Hell and Whitley counties, In the heart of tho southeastern Kentucky Howling Oreen Warren County coal fields, the Immense acreage will Fair association, Sept. bo divided Into small tracts nnd sold Hrodhead Hockcastlo County Fair or leased for operating purposes. association, Aug. Tho deal whereby tho Property fair, Aug. Dover . company sells Hit coal property In these threo counties, approximating Fulton Fulton County Fair asso4G.000 acres, has been In consummaciation, Aug. tion for some time. It Is stnted that Georgetown Scott county fair, July tho purchaser, Thomas Calrncs of 30 to Aug. 3. riuevllle, pnld 11,500,000 ttf tho Hardlnsburg Hreckenrldgo County property. Fair association, Aug. . On holdings In Whitley and Hell Harrodsburg Mercer county fair, comities 12 coal operations of largo July 30 to Aug. 2. kIzo were established somo lima ago Hart county fair, Hcrso Cave . u ml aro furnishing considerable Kept. Tho mines are opemtcd by difLawrcneeburg Lawronceburg fair, ferent companies. Tho new owner Aug. . will subdivide the remaining property County Fnlr Grayson Leltchflcld Into tracts of 3.000 to 5,000 acres for association, Aug. operating puriKises. Lexington. lllucgrnss Fair association, Aug. IotTiton county fair, Aug. NEGRO KILLED IN QUARREL. Mnyflcld West Kentucky Fair association, Oct. 912. , jamouy jo UJJV put suo J Newport Driving Fnlr Melbourne Fuss Over 50 Cents Results In Death association, Sept. UopklnsvUle. Edwnrd White, a Wnyne County Fnlr Montlcello negro, was shot and killed Instantly association, Sept. recently hy Hud Wont, also a negro, Morgantown Hutler county fair. after it fin's over a debt of 6f) cents. Sept Word fired twice and missed, nnd ns County, Mt. Sterling Montgomery White grappled him he shot a third Kentucky. Fnlr assoclntlonWuly time, the bullet going through Mt. VernonFalr assoMt. Vernon Word surrendered ciation. Aug. Whlto'B heart. After n poiMe had searched all night Gallatin, Owen Sunders -- Carroll, """ for him, The coroner's Jury returned trl county fair, Sept. a verdict charging murder, lloth Shephcrdsvllle Hullltt County Fnlr men were farm hands. Word six association. Aug. . your ago killed ono negro nnd Tompklnsvlllo Fair Tompklnsvlllo waundiul another and was cleared on nsyoclatlon, Sept. plea of Vanceburg fair, Aug. Vnnceburg 1417. M'CLARY FOUND UNCONSCIOUS. Vanceburg fair. Aug, Vnnceburg 1117. Joseph MeClary Found In Cornfield at Bowling Green. TO DIE IN ELECTRIC CHAIR. Howling (Jreen.- - Joseph MeClary, r0, wns found In nn unconscious conI'adttcah. -- Probably a double elecdition In a cornfield In Kast High trocution wll take place at tho f Htrcet with a gash one ami penitentiary on April 19. Wll-larInches long on his forehead. He was Richardson, who killed John assaulted during the night, but tho Vlolett In Carllslo county a few weeks It was probably ago, is sentenced to die on this date. caunti Is unknown. not robbery, as JG1.30 In money was The other Is Kills, n former deputy found on his person. Ho was taken sheriff of Humslde, who killed a magto his homo In Woodford street nnd istrate and another court oiticlnl as Ho Is In the result of an argument over n Js still partly unconscious. a critical condition. There is no local option election. In all thcro are clew to his assailant. seven to die In the electric chair in April. Tho others are Charles ond PRIZES FOR MULES AND JACKS. James Smith, negroes, who killed n white man and then skinned him to Washington County Fair Offers Large hldn his identity, from Mason county; Premiums. Cal Miracle of Dell county, who Springfield. Tho board of direc- killed his wife and another man; tors of tho Washington County Fulr Kwlng Howling of Hreathltt county, association elected tho following of- who killed a white han and negro ficers for tho ensuing yenr: C. P. woman during a fit of anger; John Ilosley, president; M. A. Macktn, Dowmnu of Lebanon, who, with W. I). Claybrooke, secro-turkilled their Joint paramour. nnd T. 8. Mayes, treasurer. Tho Some of theso cases have been apfair will bo held AugiiBt 23 31. Tho pealed. board voted JSOO In premiums for mules nnd Jacks. This Is ;noro money TnylorsvlIIe. The Jury In tho enso for thin class than any other fair In of John S. Truax, a farmer of Spentho stale has given, Including the cer county, for tho kilting on Aug. 4, state fair. 1911, of Grant Stoncr, a showmau, returned a verdict finding Truax guilty PRESBYTERY TO MEET. of murder nnd fixing his punishment at ltto Imprisonment In tho penlten-tlarTransylvania Tho Lnrrastcr. presbytery will convene hero TuesStoner wns n Bhowman nnd bore a day, April 9, nnd contlnuo through Bpleudld reputation nt TnylorsvlIIe, Wednesday evening. Tho first even- where for many yeara ho had mudo ing tho in oil era tor. tho Itov. Russell annual visits. It was charged that Crawford, will deliver an address. Truax attempted to enter tho dresWednesday evening tho Itov. Mr. sing room of MrB. Stoner and was Murdock will bo tho leading speaker, thrown out by Stoncr nnd later and shot tho showman. with J. Francis Cheek. pur-chas- o 27-3tr.n-nag- e. 13-112-127-317-33-19-223-2. one-haly d Purchaser of Property Company Land d IT MAY BE INFANTICIDE. SHOOTS BROTHER-IN-LAW- . Baby's Dead Body Found In Frankfort Tunnel. Frankfort. Tho body of a baby not more thnn 2 days old wns found In tho I.. & N. tunnel, Just above tho dopot, here. Tho coroner gave it na bis opinion that tho child bad been murdered by being chokod to death, na there wcro marks of n cord about tho baby's neck. Tho pollco nro making au Investigation nnd a 08t mortem wilt be held. Tho body was tittle nnd well developed. Hopklnsvllle. Frank Llle, n North Christian farmer, surrendered himself to Maglstvnto Fuller after dangerously wending his brother-in-law- , I'lnlo Reynolds, two miles west of Tho shooting occurred nt Crofton. Reynolds' home, whero Mrs. Reynolds wns lying 111 In bed. Lllo accused Reynolds of neglecting and mistreating her and ho alleges Iloynolds attacked him with an ax. Little fired threo times, ono lodging In Hojuolds' body, two passing through his arm. TKXT My peace I gtve unto you. Adalrrllte. Miss Mellce Lyne, who John 11:77. continues to please London with her singing, Is a cousin of Selden Lyne of J sua never this county. poko an empty or unnceded word. Springs, Springfield. Tatham Ho knew tha restWashington county's famous sum lessness of men in or resort, has been leased to Phil In his day, and Hoard of Harrodsburg. knew that such restlessness would Winchester. James Gartland, Jr., all characterlzo of this city fell under a car at Richdays, nnd In acmond and his leg was so badly mancordance with gled that amputation was necessary. tbo promptings of his own loving Maynvlllo. Judgo Newell ordered heart sought to Stanley Porter sent to Jail for three In dissipate lt hours for contempt, ho having tried way only ono to tell the court how It should be run. could this bo must dono ho Glasgow. A large feed barn, be- displace it by something else. longing to P. K. Tandy, situated on Never In all the history of the race Broadway, was destroyed by Are. The were tho appliances for physical barn contained buggies, drummers' so numerous and well adapted wagons and a lot of feed. to tho end sought as today. notwithstanding the passing MayBvllle. Tho pupils of Mason single dwelling as home, was county will be represented at the of tho so perfect; sanitation Is far Southern Educational meeting at iieveraway superior to any period of Nashville, Tonn., April 4, G and 6, by and past; medical and surgical skill tho drawings of seven pupils In the the many diseases that were formerdefy rural schools. ly fatal; Institutions for the care and euro of detections of various kinds Campion. A message from Still- are found even In small places; prowater, this county, states that two vision Is lavishly made for tho educacases of smallpox have developed tion of tho young In literature, scithere. The county board of health ence, and art as 'never before; and has declared a quarantine against millions of money are being poured Stillwater. out, nnd great conferences aro being held In advancement of universal Cadiz. The postofllce at Rlnaldo, peace but the cry Is yet heard, In tho edge of Lyon county, will bo "O, where can not b found, discontinued on May 31. The maItest for the weary soul." jority of the patrons of that odlco will be supplied by the new rural We may ask, Why Is this, when the route, which will start out June 1. things Just enumerated aro undented facts? Wo may have partial answer Paris Creditors of tho Stivers In tho consideration of tbo things that Lumber company of this city, which stand out as an oifset to these things, was forced to suspend operations facts os undeniable as they. If we several week! ago, have named Reu- consider tho conditions which characben Hucchcraft as trustee to take terize all activities wo nro given chargu of thr company's affairs. Tho pause. If wo look at men In business concern owes nbout 16,000, and while life, whether in commerce, finance, no estimate of Its indebtedness lias manufacturing, or even ngrlculture, b?n given out, it'Is paid that the as- the elements of competition and chance keep the nerves stretched; II sets will cover the indebtedness. wo consider the professions, law, mcd' how-eve-r Franklin. Dr. Herring property, Iclne, or theology, tho rivalry, proves a Inexcusable, corner of Main and Madison streets, experience; nnd If wo enter and used ns n boarding house, was discovered on Are. Tho fire com- tho spheres of politics, tho game at pany responded, but was unable to first pleasant, at last comes to effort save tho building. Tho adjoining to overcomo opponents sometimes by building, owned nnd occupied by Dr. chicanery' or even tho use of corrupl modern J. C. Douglass as an oflice, was badly practices. To such men thobring litdumaged. Tho loss on both buildings conveniences and nppllances tle relief. Even that which was posprobably will exceed $4,000 sible ten years ago, tho getting bemalls the Maysllck bank, this county, has yond the reach of tho voyage. or the Is nc as yet received no coiillrmatlgnof the telegraph by nn ocean so It Is that report that his son, Hugh Warded longer possible. And lodge In the at men are crying for tho Roff. 21, .bad committed suicide his by drowning. Young wilderness, tho man ot,sl$ty seeks find Rock Islnr.d,.IlL, chicken farm. In a few years to Roff was a newspaper reporter and suffered n nervous breakdown from disappointment. Is the Case Hopeless? He was highly esteemed. overwork. He has numerous relatives iu thli Just at this point 'the Christian recounty. ligion, by Its head, Jesus Christ, appears with a solution of this problem. Padiicah. Jack Tar. n former river Ho says: "Peace, I glvo unto you," man of this city. Is said to have mado nnd all that man needs, of rest, quiet, n, deathbed statement at Ylcksbur;, contentment, and more, is offered. Miss., In which he stated ho killed Loyalty to what Jesus meant comGcorgo Farrell, whoso body was fonnd pels us to say that tho peace here floating In tho Mississippi river be- offered rests on another peace. Thli Tnr died last peaco belongs to experience, the low Cairo In 1907. Friday in Vlcksburg, his reputed con- thing men and women are crying for. fession having been sent to Chief of That peace refers to tho right relaPollco Henry Halloy. Farrell" was tionship with God. tho lack of which killed with an oar whllo they wcro Is the truo explanation of the unrest from which wo would escape. That in a skiff. peace Is a status or condition secured or resting on Jesui of by trusting transfer Winchester. The Clark nnd other counties from the Christ, the Son of aod, the only meTenth congressional district to the diator between God nnd man. We Seventh nnd tho addition of various havo peaco with God through faith, other counties to tho Tenth will not and are placed In a position where w affect tho convention called to meet can have tho peace of God, that Jesui hero April 9 to select delegates to speaks of In tho text. In no case can a man havo the peace of God without tho Republican national convention. the peaco with God, emphasis being Tho meeting will bo held ns originally called nnd tho counties compos- on tho prepositions. Tho world gives to tho basest part ing tho old Tenth dlstilct will of our being, to the part that relates us to tho bruto creation, and only In Miss Veri.lo Robinson, exceptional cases to the Intellectual, Kvnnsvlllc 16, living nt Central City, Ky., nnd If so how ephemeral Is Its offering tomor-dow- ! Andrew Knight, who stys that ho Is for today with no promise of n Cuban, camo hero to bo married, na nlleged, nnd wcro met nt tho station Jesus Parallels This Giving. It ydctcctivcs. Tho couplo nro deHe gives to the highest part of out tained nt pollco headquarters until being, tho spirit. His Invltnttnn to tho arrival of tho glrl'a father from men as followers is not to a MohamCentral City. According to tho girl's medan heaven, or a modern clubstory, her father wnnted her to marry to physical hardship and a young man named Woods, last Sat- house, but but It is to tbo spirit, suffering urday being named as the wedding which Is to llvo forever and whose day. Sho says that while Woods was acquirements aro lasting. He gives engaged In securing n marriage liman or woman who by really, nnd cense she determined to como here any chanco the nceks tho peace because Knight. with of conscious worth is doomed to disappointment. What ho gives satisfies. W, F. Handle, tho Hopklnavllle. It Is deep, quiet, strong. It took local weather observer, hi.B mado out away the feare of the early martyrs, a minimum temperaturo record for It enabled a McKlnley to die calmly tho laBt llvo months, which shows and gfadly and to sing "Nearer, My tho tho winter was tho coldest In tb 0od, to Tbee," and todny enables Chihistory of this region. Tho monthly nos and other Christian martyrs to average, for November, December, face death without fear. Jnnuary, February and MurcU was This peaco wns tested by Jesus 28V4 degrees nbovo zero. himself nnd sustained him all tho way to the cross, a'uJJt is tho peaco Williamsburg- - Nora Taylor, aged of him who wns God and who said to 16, was given a penitentiary Hcntencti tho waves on Galilee, "Peace, be for injury to Ix)u1bV111o Nh villi still." What n guaranty, "My peace," young met tested ond preven adequate, and that telephone wires. Three ar to bo tried on a sinil'w ;&ck. of the Infinite God nlmsalfl well-bein- g Home-making, nerve-rackinc. "Plnnnr mlnlnfr In thn KInnrilkn is fraught with many difficulties," says a wealthy miner who has Just returned from that region. "Frost never goes out or too ground. Mining can only bo done with any headway In tho tinrt ummr. when thn nun shines 22 During the hours out of the 2t. seven months of winter darkness rnlirna tnr It la nlvht St hours Out Of the 24. The wonderful aurora bore- alls, however, lightens tho gloom of the long, dark winter. --Ono of the ereat drawbacks to working In tho summer Is tho bloodthirsty mosquito. I will bet my entire goia ciaim Birnlnol n el.iv hrlrkhnt with any mathematician In tho world that thero aro 1,000 mosquitoes In every cubic foot of nlr In tho Klondlko dur- Inn- - thn iiimmpr. Thfllr bills aro as sharp as needles and pierce a fait overcoat wltb case, we couiu ao no work except when we placed mosquito neltlne over nnr hats and tied It around our waists, and wore gloves Tne country In and on onr hands. around the Klondike Is teeming with gold. Qold can be found everywhere, but It must be remembered tnni goio cannot bo found In paying quantities everywhere. "No spot In. the world can give so forceful an object lesson favoring mi the graveyard at Dawson City. Ono year ago there were but e two or three graves there. Just 635 leaving, there I counted graves, and tho mound In nearly every Instance marks tho last resting place of a drunkard. MoBt of the whisky nlii in nnwRnn Cltv Is a deadly con coction made of" alcohol, tobacco nnd This stuff ruins tne red pepper. stomach of the drinker, then Indigestion and nervous troubles begin and Hut one should he dies suddenly. leave even good whisky alono In that climate If he wants to keep his health. I also observed that tho delicate-lookinAmericans stand and the exposure In that Arctic region betSwedes and ter than tho Irishmen. Tho Americans, as a rule, drink less whisky than the other nationalities there, nnd hence their good g thin-face- CARDS, MONS AND D00K3 IN THE DE3T MANNER, AND AT LOWEST PniCES. patronago Is Mfcc4 to help Btudents, and to Insure your getting your monoy's worth. Your CALL AT THE OFFICE Oil SEND ORDERS HY MAIL. YOU WILL GET SATISFACTION. TERMS CASH. ADDRESS Berea Printing SchooF BEREA, KY. Houses to Rent To those who have children to educate and wish to reside in Berea for a longer or snorter time to enjoy IU educational advantages, the College has 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 HEST OPERATING ROOM NUMBER. E health s another argument against lntomperancc. FEW FACTS REGARDING DRINK Some Striking Details Concerning Pub lic Houses In Rural Districts or Russia and Some Figures. AND ALL MODERN FOR CARE OF APPLIANCES HOSPITAL TREAT-MOF PATIENTS. Thn temnerance organ of the Church NT GREATLY INCREASES PROSTemneranco society In nf Great Hrltaln, publishes somo strik- PECTS OF RECOVERY. ing details regarding drink and pub-lihouses In tho rurnl districts of Rates Ono Dollar a day and up. Russia nnd quotes somo figures and Hond for prompt payment required. facts concerning the government monopoly of tbe liquor traffic. An exFor further particulars address tract reads as follows; Is a universal Vodka In Russia drink; It 13 drunk in the palaco of tho czar and In tho poorest cottage. As It Is possible to obtain In the BEREA, KY. shops a small hot-tlgovernm'cni-splrlt of vodka for las than a penny, the poorest beggar Is now abbto Indulge In the national beverage. "All attempts to save the people from drunkenness, and thereby raise tbem, both morally nnd economically, have hitherto been of no avail. tho government took over tbe sale of spirits thcro wero villages In Russia where it was Impossible to buy vodka, and where tho peasants were, comparatively speaking, well to do. ad. Is directed at tho Hut now tho government Is Inundating tho smallest and most distant villages who has all the with a flood of spirits. In somo of business in his line in these villages the women havo been this community. roused to fury not through their love 3 Mr. Merchant You say owing to their hatred of olcohol, but you've got it alL You're sellto save their families of It. In order ing them all they'll buy, any-hofrom destruction, they have In some But at tho same time districts assembled and stormed the e THE BEREA HOSPITAL o De-fo- re THIS w. 'kassockl' (tho government spirit shops), the offenders being afterwards very severely punished. "Tho government makes an enormous profit from tho sale of spirits. Last year the sale amounted to omclat statistics from Russia show In 1903 there were 27,402 "sa- that loons" where vodka was sold, 2,077 vodka browertes, 511 private distilleries 26 reserve stores, and one fiscal spirit distillery, divided Into 43 sections. The consumption of vodka for the year wns 232.813.3S2 gallons. meeting against Tho first hnbltunl drinking waB held nt St. Petersburg. December 31. 1909, to Janu-nr6. 1910. Drink a Handicap. During these days of competition no man or woman should bo handicapped by the drink curse. It Is true that many ablo men drink HquorB.but men of it Is frequently .the case forpositions ability to lo3o their good unreliable becomo they because through drink. They aro brnnded as fools and they ought to bavo knbwn better, but nothlug was ever done to wnrn them of tbo dangers of drinking alcoholic beverages until It was too late to do any good. The fact that alcoholism In Its various stage Is a dlenso, nnd. Ilka, pnoumonia, consumption and typhoid fever, requires u special treatment, has until rocsut not been recognized you would like more business. J Make this community buy more. J Advertise strongly, consistently, Judiciously, fj 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 washtub3. you'll find every woman in this vicinity who has been getting along with a rickety washtub for years and years will buy a new one from you. That's creative business power. OURj AD. RATES ARE RIGHT CALL ON US ((V?jrtbt, IM.br W. . UJ TRADE MORAL Tho quality t what you have to sell is known to some people all of the time and all of the people some ot the time, but advertise regularly with us and you'll roach ell of the people ail of the Urn. years. Page Four. THE CITIZEN. 8 April But eighty times his on weight. that la iiosslbly much moro than any ono needs, for a groat deal that must bo charged to tho food budget goes to tho garlxigo can nnd Is In other ways a wasto product, and, besides, moro people cat themselves to death than dlo of starvation. 1 1, 191a. tho romalndcr being thrown away, this toss' should bo attended to and Wo quoted Brel Harto some time ago m naying that you can an attempt mado to retrlavo it by tell a man's character by the view that ho puts up with from his back using moro of tho parts In soino way. windows. also" was directed Attention Believing this to bo more or less true, Berea has decided tq clean to tho fact that when wo buy oranup, and we hope that the back yards will be given nttention first, the NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A ges and celery most of our money stable and otitdiouscs next, all cellars nnd cubby holes before the two VARIETY OF SOURCES goes for water, and also whon wo dnys havo expired, Bud the front yard last. Coming down to tho real problem, buy ixitatocs, which aro now vory As we write this, the sky is clear, the air so cool and pure that a Miss Barrows called attention to n high, three fourths of tho money wo every breath is Invigorating and hoalthgiving, no flies are in evidence, Whlto Orpington Kggs for Setting number of things that do tend to In pny out Is paid for water which neither are there Bny foul odors from any source, the sky, nlr and Kino Stock COc for 10 K. L. Roberts. creaso tho cost of living. Tho first ought to como to us freo. On tho earth seemingly having been washed pure by winter's snows and I'rof. M. E. Marsh was in Lexington, other hnnd, If wo buy rlco, only ono was the multiplicaonn mentioned rains. But these heavenly conditions will uot last long. Already Saturday, In tho Interest of Athletics. tion of groceries. It stand to reason fourth of tho product Is water. there are some placos in the town where foul odors enn be detected, Mrs. John Cornctt of Appalachla, It may bo easily seen thnt living d CITY rilONK 1SS that, If n community Is Vn,, who there Bre many others that will not bear eye inspection, and in a has been visiting her with groceries and each grocery-ma- n Is now higher, partly becnuso of tho Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. parents, Mr. and 7.1 rs. II. K. Richardfew days the flies will begin to swarm and tho odors will iucreaso, mnkes n good living, to do so fact that wo aro using moro of tho and we shall begin to wonder If thoro over was such n thing as puro son, returned to her home. Thurstho cost of food products must x run foods In which water la tho predomnnd health giving Blr that is, unless wo enter into the city's schemo DAN H. BRECK day. up to n degrco entirely unnecessary, inant element, and less of the real of cleaning up, and unless wo make tho process n continuous one; not Miss Ncttlo Scrlvncr went to RichFire. Life. Accident, and Live Stock If one or two men supplied tho trade. food materials than formerly. Again, only collect tho cans and garbage onco a year, but have b place to put mond, Sunday, whoro she will spend INSURANCE On the other hairH, tho multiplication wo are ikying quite highly all refuse nnd put it there as soon ns it is mado. Boveral weeks with her sister, Mrs. of tho number of gardeners and farm- for flavors, nnd thoro Is no food sign your bond. Will Berea la not a pretty place if you look at tho ground, If you Krnest Bender. materials or nourishment In flavors. ers tends to bring prices down. Richmond, Ky. narred Plymouth Rock eggs for Phone 505 look at tho back yards but Berea might be, nnd we hopo will be one Tho buyer of tho family should But the trouble Is not nlways nor of the most beautiful and ono of tho most healthful towns In the state. sate. Pure bloods; also ono day old study those, things and gradually most often with tho grocorymen nor L. A N. TIME TABLE. Join tht finM. Begiu next Wednesday. Keep it up three hunchicks. 40 cents for a setting of 15. seek to ellmlnato tho foods from her tho butcher. '.Many peoplb want (ho North Bound Local dred nnd Rixty.five days, five hours, forty. eight minutes nnd forty, T. A. Edwards, Phono. 185. In tho buying, of which choicest parts of meat only, nnd their 10:56 p. ra. 7:00 a. m. Knoirllle six secouds in the year. Mrs. J. E. Williams of Walton, Ky., Is much that must unncco naturally tends to put tho there a. m. visited her daughter, Lucy, who Is 1:52 demnnd 1:04 p. m. BEREA. nrlly go Into tho garbago can C7 Read "Tho Eden of Scienco" on tho first page. (:30 p. ra. 7:45 a. m. In school here, tho first pf tho less deslrnblo portions In tho wnsto, Cincinnati much that has no food valuo. And and, In that case, the cost of nil Is she can, sometime", by remembering South Bound Local week. a- - m. was also shown that, p. m. Incrensed. It 1:15 6:30 Cincinnati thnt bleaching ns In tho case ot tho Mr. Ilurton Roberts of Richmond If tho rich and poor alike frequent 12:34 p. m. 12:32 a. m. BEREi flour nnd coloring ns In tho caso ot was In town, Monday, entering his tho market, It Is hard for tho ioor 6:5 a. as. 1:65 p. m. KnozTltU simply expensive luxullttlo son, Carl, In school. seeming scorn of tho butter, nre to stand tho Exprcaa Trains ries, nothing whntevcr being added Dr. W. N. Crnlg, who has charge to market-ma- n who Is nccustomed Stop to take on and 1st off passenprocess, of tho Berea Drug Store, spent Sunaro to tho food valuo In tho wait upon tho rich, nnd thoy gers from beyond Dayton, O., or from Ml us Barrows called attention to day with his family In Stanford. extravagance which thoroby to on Atlanta and beyond. tho fact that domestic scienco was Indian Runner Duclc eggs. 75 c. they can III afford. South Bound first taught at public expense In 1888. a setting. Mrs. J. W. Herndon. 1:00 a. m. Cincinnati of the high cost Before that tlmo It was scarcely In complaining Mr. S. C. Kelley of tho class of '08, BEREA 11:44 a. m. of food products, people rareU .hlnk taught at rII, and, of course, only In who has been tho Principal of tho North Bound of how modern methods tend in that private schools. Now tho study Is be Black Mountain Academy at Evnrts BEREA 4:46 p. m. direction. For Instance, wo now like coming general In public schools and for tho past year visited friends In 1:37 p. m. Cincinnati to get our breakfast foods and many state colleges nnd universities. But Berea, this week. other common nrtlcles In nicely pic- sho prophesied that It would be a Mr. Strother Gott left, Saturday, tured and printed paper boxes and long time boforo ony great reformaAt tho Instance of the Women's for New York, In charge of a car of cartons, but wo rarely stop to think tion takes place. town, the Mayor 'has poultry for Gott Bros. Clubs of the that nil of this has to bo paid for. A few loks were cited that will appointed Wednesday and Thursday, phosphorus. Your ground needs And still another Item that helps bo of help to those wishing to study April 17th and 18th, cleaning up days. Then buy acid phosphate at Welch's. to account for tho Increased cost of the subject: "Tho Cost of Food," Miss Gertrude Collctto of Richmond of Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Burgess food products Is tho matter of deliv"Tho Cost of Living," nnd "Tho Paint Lick were In Berea last Fri- visited In Berea last week. ery. In this connection Miss Bar- Cost of Shelter" by Mrs. Richardson O. Bowman, who Is now the Mr. J. day. pointed out tho fact that, In and published by the McMillan Comrows Prof. E. F. Dlzney who Is teaching physical director of the city Y. M. the busy stirring times of tho Civil pany. Bulletin No. 58, Issued by tho C. A. at Frankfort, Ky spent, Sunat Harlan, Ky., was In town to spend Wur, Secretary Stanton would find Department of Agrlculturo, Washing-tof- f, day, with homefolks. Easter with his family. tlmo from his offlco duties to tako nnd 'Tho Analysis of tho ComMrs. C. II. Holder of London, Ky., his market bnsket on his arm and mon Foods," which can bo obtained Why do you buy fertilizer you Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Early, do the mnrketlng for Mrs. Stanton. for 5 cents. Another book mentionJo not need 1G per cent acid phos- this week. But the modern Mrs, Stanton will go ed was Dr. Jordan's, "Tho Principhate can be bought at Wlech's. FOR SALE: Pure- Rhodo Island Red to the telephone three or four miles ples of Human Nutrition." Mr. R. II. Threelkold of Falmouth, eggs for hatching 75 cents to $1.00 away from tier groceryman nnu or-- I Ky., who Is a representative of the for 15 eggs. Orders takon now. Phono No moro dirt, no more filth, no der a package of salt, and, a little Cablo Piano Company was In Berea .Mrs. n D. S. Bodkins, No. 171-has more tin cans, no moro Junk. no while after the delivery man this week Interesting people in his or address R. R. 1, Paint started, she remembers that she moro weeds, no more fowl odors, no Instruments. I Lick, Ky. . .. ... . nevus a iKJuiiu or i.u, h.I (linl moro files, no more typhoid, no moro 01 uouno, ivy., Miss isetue uiunam Miss Virginia Sinclair. Y. W. C. A. necessitates another trip to her homo. consumption for Berea If tho cleanhas been visiting with friends in State Secretary for Kentucky and snot Ko- ing process beginning next Wednes-da- y Of course, the groceryman town this week. nlng for the next year. Tennessee, who Is spending several Is thorough and continuous ine to do this for nothing. BIRTHDAY PARTY Prof. Calf eo will speak at the Walter EUi3 of Dallas, Tex., writes days In Berea, gave a very InterestAnother lnterestlngsugKcstlon was ami If people will quit spitting, meeting, Sunday night at C: 15. His that ho Is doing well In business ing lecture to the Young ladles fit as to the demand for cleanliness and "Mr. Cleveland Frost entertained a subject "Thot Comj.anlons." and wlshei to ba remembered to the Sunday evening service. sanitation. This, of course. Is necessary AUTOMOBILE ACCOMMODATIONS of his young friends at a Berea friends. 'Many old students will Messrs. Don Edwards, Oscar Hays, number according to our modern way oi PI EPSILON PI ANNIVERSARY remember Walter as one of Berca's Dana Bailey, Jack Warrington, Dean birthday supper from 6:30 to 7:30 Our big car will leavo Korea at 1 (thinking, but at tho samo time It l Wednesday. ovenine. April 3rd, Tho 1 r 1 '11ilUD. f active and earnest students of two UC.iiaaitl, 1 juiit'l nun, uoys has to be paid for. If tho health In- o'clock p. in. on Saturdays for RichMessrs. Richard The PI Epsllon PI Literary Society Present were. years ago. His address Is 1412 Com- M. Hall. Walter Heckman and Chas. mond nnd return at B p. m. Howard, Lee Pearson, Arvld Slier gave a very creditable program, Tues- spector finds that half n dozen cows merce St. Tcdford, members of the Berea ColCharges IM each. (Jlvo us your In the dairy herd aro unhealthy and and Otto Ernberg. The girls were: day ovenlng. FOR SALE: Stoves, bedroom fur- lege Band, were In Lancaster, Saturhavo to bo killed, the dairyman Is order at least ono day In advance. Eunlco 'Myrtle Kllbourne, Misses Tho young ladles appearing on the Our cars nre nt your ecrvlco on niture and variety of household goojs day, in behalf of the Roosevelt club. npt to raise the price ot milk to Prof. J. F. Smith returned last Pearson, Edith Frost and Carrie stage were tho Misses Howard, Par- make up for tho loss. call at any tlmo. at tin homo of Mrs. Ellis, Estill St. After supper the vesper sons, Newcomer, Nlcolla, Pickering Marcum. County, where ho W. !. Kldd, Liveryman, Mr. W. C. Haley of Big Hill was Friday from Clay It was clearly evident from Miss hour was spent In a social time and and Kidder. has been spending a week, completBerea, Ky. In town, Monday, on business. Barrows discussion that much of the Phono 18. Miss Margaret Johuson, presided ing an educational survey, which ho listening to a selection from "The " " j Increased cost ot living Is necessary Mr. Roy Dunn has accepted a posi- lias been making for tho U. S. Com- Bonnie Briar Bush." and Mr. Taylor offered tho invoca owing to tho modern tastes and de-- ! tion as clork for tho Berea Drug missioner of Education. Mr. Smith tion. Tho College orchestra gnvo On Center Street a good lot knows Company. two numbers which added appreciably uiands, but she called nttention on gave two lectures while at Oneida on ONE DAY OF REST tho other hand to the fact that great as the John Bales place. House an 4 Vola BIcknell visited Mr. and VocatIonal Educ.ltlon. Miss to tho program. manufacturing concerns barn on lot. Good reason for aelllaf. Mrs. Llss Burgess of Paint Lieu last ' get Mr. J. P. Uickncll was at Russell bills to Tho Roosevelt-Jackso- n owe money. D. N. Welch. most of their dividend from their Saturday and Sunday. Springs last week on business. MEN AND RELIGION MOVEMENT bid the employment of labor on Sunof economies, or from tho Mr. H. E. Taylor gave a very InMiss Hilda Welch left for Arkan- day unless an equivalent rcBt day Is their business. For instance, lumber 2 cans Tomatoes nnd 1 Corn, 25c COMES TO BEREA teresting and Impressive lecture on sas last week to attend the wedding allowed which were recently Introduc- mills no longer burn or destroy tho 3 cans Corn 25c "The Use of Tobacco" In United of a school-mated In tho New York Legislature aro The great religious movement cf slabs nor even the knots, but manu3 cans Peas .25c Chapel, Monday morning. Wednesday and Thursday of next recommended both by the church and tho day that has reached thousands facture these Into something useful. 3 cans Pie Peaches week have all the rubbish where the labor forces in the state, 25c . Ins. J. M. Early and son, Wendell, oi men is Known as tno .Men and And the flour nnd rolling mills waste Heavy Syrup Tabic Peaches, 20c Our present Sunday laws were en- - Religion visited from Saturday until Monday the city wagons can find It. Forward Movement. It Is nothing all tho grades and even tho "Mlss Jean Camreon returned, Mon- - acted bsfora corporations and large with Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Holder In 25c highly organized and has conducted t bran are mado to contribute to 2 cans Waldorf Corn day, from Detroit, Mich., where she combinations of capital had como London. an effective campaign in each ct tho Income of tho business. And tho 2 cans Waldorf Peas 25c Mr. Absalom Golden Is building a was called to visit a sick niece, who Into being. These existing laws for- tho larger cities. Tho opinion Is genhomo should bo conducted upon Waldorf Tomatoes 15c died shortly after her arrival. bid the Individual to labor on Sunnew dwelling on High St. economical basis; nothing eral that tho results havo been well samo Navy Beans Mr. R. W. Todd who has been day. 5c per pound Tho Misses Stella and Daisy Noshould bo wasted; everything should worth while. " But tho laborer Is powerless when lan of Harlan, students of the E. dnagerously 111 Is recovering. The especial aim Is to enlist men contribute In somo way to tho sup- Choice Dried Peaches, The Sunday School of the Christian a vast corporation .requires him to K. S. N. S. are visiting Miss Helen port of the family. actively In tho Christian life and AT church gava a very Interesting can- work on Sunday. Tho rest day bill Dlzney this week. In speaking of tho It Religion Is a man's Job. work. now before the legislature will afford has tata, Sunday night. of Ford Mrs. E. A. Griffith The movement Is now reaching out was suggested that, while the ordinMr. Howard G. Hastings, who Is protection for workmen who havo moved to one of J. K. Baker's houses ary house-holdgets but one pound to smaller towns. on his way to his home In Ohio from been obliged to work seven days a cn Boone St. Tho first meeting will bo held at of meat out of a three pound fowl. Delivers The Easter exercises given by the India, where he has had charge week. It will also mako It possible tho Baptist church, Friday, at 7:30 children of the Union Sunday School of a Boys Mission School for tho for the orthodox Jew or other seventh p. m. Mr. J. '.Monroe Stick, tho Stato past 'four years, gave a talk to the day observers to keep his Sabbath In the Parish Houso, Sunday mornSecretary, will bo present and orTho Academy boys In Upper Chapel, Tues- and engage In necessary work on ing, were exceedingly good. ganize tho movoment In Berea. Every program wa3 carried out without day morning, on the Sins of India. Sunday. man Interested In tho best things At a special United Chapel WedThis movement to protect Sunday for Berea should bo present. hesitation from beginning to end, nil those nesday "Morning Dr. W. A. Heming- from tho Innumerable attempts to the children reflecting credit on who had so carefully trained them. way, medical missionary In north cen commercialize the day has become THE HIGH COST OF LIVING . Franco, Switzerland, Ja- Interesting; Address Before the Con The beautiful decorations and the tral China, showed tho flag of tho j world-widnew Chineso Republic and told of pan, Italy and Canada are moving new piano, which every child In the vocation by Mist Annie Barrows. OU CORDIALLY to attend the first school has helped to buy, added to his eight years experience there. In tho mater, as well as Idaho, Caliexhibition of 1912 spring fashions in ready-to-weMiss Barrows, a recent Berea visiprogram, made It one of Dr. Hemingway Is visiting Dr. Cow- fornia and other American states. the flno for men, women and children ley, his old friend and classmate. During tho last eighteen months tor, addressed tho convocation on the Quality tho happiest and most sacred Eas-teDr. and Mrs. Cowley aro being tho postofflces In rcsponso to poHigh Cost of Living. Store." Our sprine stock is complete and ready for inspecthat the Sunday school has ever visited this week by Mrs. Cowley's pular demand havo closed on Sunday The problem of the high cost of tion. You may not be ready to buy yet, known. but we you sister, Mrs. Chas. Kraatz and chil- In more than ninety per cent of tho living, said Miss Barrows could best to come and see the new styles we are showing in suits, dren of Rochester, N. Y. cltlos In the United States. Tho bo explained in many Instances by Rev. O. M. Huoy of Somerset, Ky., Survey, terming it, "Tho Cost of High Liv- hats, caps, neckwear and low shoes for men and boys, all will preach at tho Baptist Church, ing." To Illustrate, ono family kinds of ready made garments for ladies, consisting of wash-skirt- s, Thursday night, 7:30. Everybody Is 'camo under her observation whoso dress-skirtthe SHIRTY, M, C, A, NOTES Invited. food bill averaged two dollars per and sliDDers and mimns in nil rrQ nriH rr1- Clean up tho back yard, clean up day for each member for the raw ors. Be sure and ask to see our CANVAS and tho front yard, clean up the barn Prof. A. M. Trawlck of Nashville, product, but In comparison, sho citand pumps for ladies and children. yard. The city wagons vlll call for Social Secretary of tho Y. M. C. A., ed a school whero tho raw product ouurvbrviiN LadW Collars, reg. price 10c, 5c your rubbtch Wednesday or Thurs- waB In Berea, Tueeday and Wednes- costs but ten cents for each student. iW will soon be here and you will new "togs" day, next. day, Tuesday night at vesper hour ho Intelligent people aro less IntelliLadies' Collars, reg. price 25c, 10c by then. shall be glad to have you visit gent about their food than most any. gavo an Illustrated talk on tho Southstore any time. Dutch Collars, reg. 25c sellers, 10c near Ashvlllo, N. thing olso, sho claims. ern Conference, It may bo a llttlo surprising to .Mr. Hugh Miller. Circuit Court C. Many Interesting vlows were 5c Ribbon bows, reg. 10c sellers, those who have not studied tho sub Clerk of Rockcastlo County, and Miss shown and tho pictures of tho speakSarah 31. Lawson were married, ers were thrown on tho canvas. The ject, but tho statement was made Wednesday at 11 a. ra nt the homo likeness of Prof, Ralno called forth that our food budget calls for about applauso, Berea wilt send 9 or 10 halt our earnings, and tho smaller of relatives of the brldo near Miss Lawson'a homo Is at men to tho Blue Ridge grounds this tho Individual's Income tho mora In "7$e Quality Store" Mansfield, III. Mr. Miller was In Be- j ear. On Wednesday Prof. Trawlck proportion It takes for food. On an met several of tho local leaders In nverage, each human being consumes rea yesterday where he took an auto e twelve hundred and a mobile- for the wedding. conference oyer extension work, plar. oooooooooooooooooooooooooo EREA'S HEALTH CAMPAIGN LOCAL PAGE ooooooooooooo DR. BEST, DENTIST oaooooaooaoaoaooooS now-a-da- FERTILIZER The STATE AGRICULTURE DEPT. will tell you not to buy fertilizer containingpotash or nitrogen for these should come from your crops. All your ground Phosphorus. 16 j ld needs is percent Acid Phosphate at $20 per ton can be bought at - 4, Wal-laceto- WELCH'S ..f I I ; f M I foFsale I now-a-da- e. 12c er TATUM'S Any Time 1 INVITATION INVITED e. ARE ar rs garments at"t?e s want SPECIAL SALE NECKWEAR s, WAISTS NEW 'MANNISH linth WHITE Easter We want MILLER-LAWSO- N our at Saturday, March 23 HA YE S& GOTT THE RACKET STORE BEREA, - i KENTUCKY. Ilfe-tlm- April 11, 19 1 j. body ot citizens usually acting with tho party, and having most ot tho voting to do, but disposed to loavo tho party management to experts, Is taking an active part In tho Page i'lve. Mr. Housekeeper: Why not let the Telephone do some of the work at home nnd save your wife from fret and worry? 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? BEREA TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED ... INTENSIVE FARMING SECURING There la no way of estimating tho Annual Iobb (rum planting poor seeds, but wo do know that tho loss la enormous. Much ot this loss can ho prevented by using euro In purchasing seeds and In giving proper attention to those produced on tho It la nono too early to secure need for spring use, for almost every farmer has plunnod his crops for tho coming year and knows whnt seeds will bo required. Purchasing early has several distinct advantages, First, It allows selection from a largo stock, ljiter tho stock la small and naturally only tho socds of poorer quality nro loft. Hy purchasing early, dealers will bo found willing to furnish small samples of different lots for Theso samples may bo tested for purity and germlnntlon, and the Bood proving tho purest and giving tho mo3t vigorous germination there may bo d'ly In shipping, so that they aro not on hand when needed. This cnus-- s worry, delay, and expense. Good secxl chould show a high cent of germination, should bo freo from injurious weed seeds, freo from adulteration with cheaicr seeds of similar appcearancc, and should .bo of r variety suited to tho conditions un-Is der which It Is to lw grown. There case 110 way of determining this in of most seeds and tho honesty of tho doalcr Is U10 only surety of getting deslrablo strains or varieties. Weed i,eeds nnd adulterations nro nearly always confined to grass and clover Farmers should become seed a. with tho appearance of Beeds of Injurious weeds and rcfuso to seed containing them. Tor in selected. If seeds nro ordered lato farm. ir ac-re- pt RIVALRY KEEN IN MADISON TY CONVENTION Conllnimt from Pint COUN- rgr ronr, without a count of votes, but by estimation, Mr. V. L. Wallace was proclaimed chairman. At Uils Juncture tho Taft men were requested to nrrango themselves on ono sldo of tho yard, whllo tho Roosevelt supporters gathered onto tho opposlto side. Without nn actual count tho chairman decided that tho Tnft clement wns In the majority, delegates and accordingly thirty-tw- o wero elected and Instructed for tho Thoroforo tho Roosevelt President. faction, claiming that it wns In tho majority, mado an actual count (f Its ranks. Following this count thirty- - 0J DROP down I ho throat ot a "sapey" chicken dclro tho wormi and iave th chlck'a life. A few tlropt In tho drinking water CURES and PREVENTS GAPES whit diarrhoea, roup, cholera and other chick dHeaira, Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 11! One 00c Bottle of Gallons of Medicine. bottlo ot livery poultry raiser ahnuM Veep thlt medlclD tsy hand. Wrltn ( r free aumpla and llooklet on ' Dlteaiei ot I'owlt." AUJreaa, ncucoT compaut, luiitioo, if. mm Sold by PETTUS & PARKS, Berea, Ky. With a plethora ot mall coming to us periodicals dally, weekly, monthly and quarterly, Tho Citizen 1b first to bo opened on tho day whon It GOOD SEED comes. It contains somo Items of U10 struction in Identifying seeds, nows which no ono thinks to menfarmer is referred to Bulletin 124 of tion In porsonal letters. this Station. Not least ot Tho Citizen's merits Germination tests should bo mado Is Its sound position upon live quesof all seeds planted, whether tho tions, as Bhown In tho editorial colseed Is produced on tho farm or umn. That column is broad In thought bought on tho market. Such tests as well as In typographical arrangenro simple, nt.d easily made, and may ment. I can almost agrco with what ho tho menus of caving many dollaru. a recent Ibsuo Bald as to pensions, Tho ICxKTlment Station will mako although an old soldier may bo tests for purity or germination for to think tho country nnd tho cost, any farmer lu tlto State without wholo world belongs to tho survivors If small samples of an ounco or two of tho Union army. I think that tho of seed art Bnt to tho Station. In three dimensions ot tho soldiers' desth- - small grass seeds, such caso of erts nro as follows: his motives in ns blucgravi and redtop, tho test is Joining tho army, the length and harddifficult and shculd bo mado at tho ship of servlco, and his degrco ot I2xicrlmcnt. Station. germination tester is patriotism sinco. Whatever tho length A Blmpl) and breadth, as shown by tho firnt made of two ordinary dinner plates two, if tho patriotism ot our later with smooth edges. 100 of tho seed to years is not deep, I feel that our ' bo tested aro counted out and placed claim Is pretty thin. on n damp cloth or blotter and coverTho Citizen's articles upon tho mated by another cloth or blotter tho This is laid upon one of ter of tho National Presidency nro Mime siz tho plates and tho other plato ln- - enlightening. Among tho questions verted over It. Tho tester should asked mo In letters received Is ono as lo kept In a warm placo and enough to my vlow of tho presidential situawater added from tlmo to tlmo to tion. This Is a good tlmo for ono not supply ample moisture for germlnn- to bo too violent In his party declarations. Tho old Issues belong to histlon, but not an excess. corn, each ear should tory. It hardly is worth whllo to disIn testing cuss tho question upon which Adams bo tested, and a special box Is necessary. Tho method of testing corn and Jefferson divided or the ones has been so oftf n explained that near- which convulsed tho country at tho ly every farmer Is familiar with it. tlmo of the Civil war. Tho old party llulletln ir,3 of this Station explains names probably will bo continued; ot Individual the process In detail. Tho quality of but tho corn this year Is exceptionally poor, voters doubtless will bo more extendun to tho unfavorable season, and sive this year than at any time in no farmer should neglect totting his nearly halt a century. It Is as well to admit that personally tho Demoseed corn. cratic aspirants, Wilson, Clark, HarE. J. Kinney, Afs't. Agronomist Ky. Experiment mon, Underwood, Ilryan (don't omit llryan) aro respectable, patriotic mon Station. probably as much so ns tho Republicans, Tart, Roosevelt, and LaFoll-ctttwo delegates were elected nnd inGod is not going to let tho dcmagoglsm. structed for Roosevelt. country go to destruction, this year, It Is cosy to sco that If tho final Tho actual count for llooscvclt was on account" of tho person elected to , appeal upon qustlons of constitutional Whllo the presidency. four hundred and sjvonty-elgU- t. Interpretation Is to bo made to a not tho oxact number for Taft Is the It is no purpose of this letter to popular vote, depending upon were known, more than flvo hundred compare tho morlts ot tho several various arts and appliances known to jBt tho Taft Club meeting, which Democratic candidates. They are as tho machlno politicians there would was estimated to bo about widely separated In their views and bo many conflicting decisions and a of the Taft men present at tho con Impulses upon tho llvo questions ot confusing lack of harmony In our vention a few minutes later. tho day as It thcro never had been a statutes as finally interpreted. If tho nvcrago legal acumen of tho "dear OR, PEARSONS' 92ND BIRTHDAY prctenso of their belonging to tho Iieoplo" Is reMly superior to that of same party. On tho other hand, leav- Continued from l int rage lng out LaFolletto as being only nn our highest existing court, how will to Uurcn nearly every year sinco entertaining so far as tho It do, U10 next tlmo a vacancy occurs ills graduation In 1883, has been campaign of 1912 is concerned, the on tho Supremo Bench to fill It by growing lu usefulness nnd famo perdlffercnco of vlow upon most ques casting lot3, among all the voters of haps more rapidly than Uerea people tions Is less marked. Doth aro prog- tho United States, without regard to realize. Ho Is pastor of ono of tho ressive, and as Chief Magistrates have ''race, color, previous condition of ser. grcnt suburban churches of Chicago originated an unusual number ot Mea- vltudo," or present condition ot and ono of tho most popular shakers sures promising well for the country. east and west. Ho has been called A fair distinction might bo made, by Onb naturally becomes somewhat upon to give addresses at Plymouth calling Roosevelt a radical Progressive' tired, not to say a llttlo "riled," at whoro U10 Pllgrams landed, on Hun- and Taft a conservative Progressive. tho persistent efforts of Mr. Rooseker Hill, where tho famous b'attlo ot In tho Inovltablo ot vot- velt to strengthen his weak position tho Revolutionary War was fought, ers, olthcr of theso statesmen, from by referenco to tho great Lincoln, and In many other historic places having been tried In tho presiden- as It that ever patriot ami heforo great assemblies. Ho Is tial chair, would bo chosen In prefer-enc- o countenanced any such wild proposibesides a very fruitful author. Only to any of tho untried, champions tion. Ho believed in tho government a partial list of his books Includes of tho opposlto party, by many thou- of tho fathers, with Its checks and Buch titles as "I.lfo In tho hills of sands of voters who In atato con- balances. In behalf of that governKentucky," "Church History of tho tests thought It would bo wholcsomo ment ho died a martyr. Perhaps his Western Reserve," A Hero In Homo-spun- ," to glvo tho Republicans a rebuke. most eloquent uttcranco was mado Round-stono,- " Tho Troublo at d That tho and practiced on tho but rccontly gory field ot 'Tho Psalms and their Story," politicians regard tho election ot tho Gettysburg, when he nppealed to tho "Whon Uoston Braved tho King," Republican vast crowd ot spellbound listeners nomlnco as exceedingly and probable, "Tho Prnlrio Schooner, "Faith in splto ot tho slump of to highly rcBolvo "that government of "Tho old 1910, Health." "I go is proven hy the unusually sharp tho peoplo, by tho people, for tho world In tho pow Country," "Scenes competition peoplo shall not perish from the Republican tho for of Jesus' Ministry." "Christ's last nomination. It is but fair to obscrvo earth." Week," nnd "Tho Great Apostlo." Tho spectacular entry into tho that tho sharpest tight Is between U10 Ins, who wish to retain tholr ring, on tho part of tho LETTER FROM PROF. D0D6E offices, and tho Outs, who aro espe- would havo had greater promise Ct (Continued (am firttpage) cially anxious to get In. Hut this success It his platform had been simp approclato further personal year, mora than usual, that largo ly his oxplolts In hunting buffaloes, ... ! e. activities. After tho arguments has been fought and all tho sharp sayings exhausted, most of tills class will doubtless accept tho result of tho Chicago Convention, Juno 18th, rather than "fly to evils they know not of." I havo styled both tho Republican contestants Progressives. I bcllovo no ono can seriously charge. Pres. Taft with being less earnest and sincere than his predecessor in favoring an cqultablo revision ot tho tariff, tho conservation of our resources, tho wholcsomo regulation of corporations, or tho promotion of tho causo of arbitration ao a substitute for tho horrors of war. Thinking peoplo find it difficult to understand why Colonel Roosovolt has plunged Into tho fight ot bis life to unhorso tho man for whom, four years ago, ho held tho stirrup with his left hand, and with his strong right arm gave tho mighty bcost needed to mount him fairly in tho saddle. It is not remembered that ho ever mado tho remark that bis Intimate, friend and trusted advisor, tho War Secretary, was recommendod for only a single, term, now mark you, nnd not fit for tho Indorsement ot rcnonilnatlon regularly accorded to a faithful and ablo Executlvo. Tho fact Is that a new issue had to bo Invented In order to give a 6emblanco of reason for Mr. Roosevelt "throwing his hat Into the ring." That was tho proposition to tear up tho vory foundations of our government. Nothing In tho constitution frnmed by our forefathers has better deserved the titlo of prophetic statesmanship than the provision for a stablo, independent Judiciary, which need only consult tho law and tho Constitution, nnd not the changing whims of tho populace. Our system has worked admirably. Tho world never has seen eo ablo and Incorruptible a body as our Supremo Court has been from tho outset. Our Stato courts havo compared favorably with It. And now, as the opening broadside ot artillery. In tho spectacular fight of Thcodoro Roosevelt to secure a longer tenure of tho Presidency than had Washington, Jefferson, Jackson, Grant, or any other of tho popular favorites in our history, wo have tho startling proposition to subject legal constitutional decisions to tho approval of a popular vote. To bolster up this monstrous proposal we havo tho question, pretty thread-barnow becoming peoplo capable of tho "Aro It all this declamation, in appeals to tho masses throughout tho country, came from ono whom in many respects wo admired nnd esteemed less than wo do Col. Roosevelt, wo should lnclino to call It rank bat-tltTio Cash and Small Profits Why Pay More? You buy the for less money same goods at Engle's Store Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods, Flour, Meal, Sugar, Coffee Always The Best NCash and Small Profits Why Pay More? Phone 60 R. j. ENGLE. Berea, Ky. two-thir- ds In Cuba, taming U10 "'old ring" in New York, quarreling with tho leaders In Congress and thus socur-- j lng but llttlo reformatory legislation, and successfully invading tho recesses of tho "dark continent." Hero worshipers can Btlll bo found. Several millions of "tho peoplo" may still havo bo crudo an education In government as to bo attracted to tho standard of a "man on horseback." A proposition to knock to pieces and tear away ono of tho corner-ston- e ot our political system will not bo permanently popular. The majority ot our peoplo do not want socialism or a pure democracy. They want a constitutional Republic with tho limihas tations which long cxperlcnco proved to bo desirable, and In which tho common peoplo may bo ablo to have public servants who can perform for them public acts, much hotter than they could do It themselves. I against a third am not prejudiced term. But Republicans may well hesitate to award It, at tho expense of a confession that their cholco for tho present term has proved a failure. If Roosevelt Is nominated ho may bo elected. But I think ho would draw fewer Democratic votes of tho radical progressive typo than would Taft from tho consorvatlvo progressive wing of tho Democratic party. I venture upon tho abovo statement of views, not mado hastily, supposing that I havo no reputation to bo sustained as a political prophet. I also rest easy in tho assuranco that Roosevelt would bo utterly powerless to carry into effect tho revolutionary scheme which ho proposes. If, as ho has explained later, tho innovation was designed chlofly for stato governments, there was llttlo occasion for proclaiming It as a National Issuo. I am for Taft, as much as I was for Lincoln, and ho Is no worso abusrough-rldln- g tho Governor has sought refuge In tho homo of tho feeblo minded. SOCIALISTS LOSE Milwaukee Is tired of Its Socialist Government, and in tho city election which was held, tho 2nd, tho Socialist Mayor was beaten by more than eight thousand. The victory of tho candidate is characterized as tho raising of the stars and stripes over tho red flag, the Socialist emblem. IMMIGRATION DECREASING Tho report of tho commissioner general of Immigration for tho year ending June 30, 1911, shows a sub- . stantial reduction ot immigration from the year before. Subtracting foreigners who left the country vyo find the addition to tho population in 1910 was 817,000, In 1911 only 512,000. Of these rather less than half were from German or North European races and rather more than half were Italians, Greeks, Poles and south European people. IT IS COMING Considerable notoriety has' been given to the declaration of tho authorities of a certain church in Chicago that no more marriage ceremonies will be performed by the minister ot that church except on the presentation, by both contracting parties, of a health certificate signed by a reputable physician, as well us tho legal license. Tho dean of the Cathedral performed the first ceremony sinco tho new ruling, Wednesday, and, although the persons to bo married had forgotten the requirements of tho church, they willingly acquiesced and procured a physician's statement that ed. Li. V. Dodge. they aro neither mentally nor physically deficient, nor havo any incurable or communlcalbe disease. The day Is not far distant when this certificate will be considered of as much or more importance than tho present marriage license. IN OUR OWN STATE Continued from page one ( NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from Pint Pace IN PENITENTIARY A few months ago It was announced that Governor Hooper of Tennes-so- o had donned tho penitentiary gnrh In order to be able to sympathize GOV. HOOPER cldo-sho- far-seol- thoroughly with the unfortunates who wear tho stripes. Again he Is In tho penitentiary, but this time for a different purpose something now under the sun. Tho Governor is said to have gone thoro In order to recuperate his health and strength, ho bolng on the verge ot a nervous break-down. long-heade- Tho prisons in Tennessee must bo in better condition than those, in Kentucky, for certainly, Judging from recent editorials In tho Courier-Journand Lexington Herald, no ono would think of going to Frankfort or Eddyvillo or Into any of our county Jails in order to regain his health. Possibly they call asylums Btate prisons In Tennessee, and possibly al as Is believed, tho Governor1' will" stand by him, there is but little doubt that he will get the Democratic delegation from tho State. THE FLOOD SUBSIDING Tho Ohio and Mississippi flood, rated as one ot the most disastrous. Is subsiding, after nearly two thousand square miles havo been Inundated, more than a score of persons drownod and a property loss of nearly a million. Tho conditions at Hickman, Kentucky, where tho greatest suffering and loss havo been endured, aro Improving, the crest bf tho flood having passed on to Memphis in Tennes-se- o, whero tho levee, In tho main aro withstanding the stress. Gov. 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WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY We Handle The Purest and Best Goods Chester Parks The Feed Man PHONE 64. CALL AND INVESTIGATE Kldd Building. Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky, J, g. ROBERTS, PrOf. PI BSTCR tmc centubv co coprmcMT i9io OV the aocccss do OpyrtiOMr 1910 ov 8YN0P3I8, Philip Cayley. accused of a crime of which he Is not guilty, resigns from the army In disgrace and hit affection for hla filend. I.leut. Terry Hunter, turn to hatred. Cayley seeks solitude, where lie perfects a dying machine. While soaring over the Atctlc regions, lie picks up a curiously shaped stick he had seen In the asaawiln a hnnd. Mounting again, he n y.icht anchored In the bay. Descending near the steamer, he meets a Btrl on an Ice floe. He learns that the Fielding and that name Is flrl'syacht has Jeannenorth to seek signs come arctic of he father. Captain Fielding, an Is maexplorer. A party from the yacht king search ashore. After Cayley departs Jeanne finds that he had dropped a ously-shaped stick. Captain l'lanck and the surviving crew of his wrecked whalern are In hiding on the coast. A giant named Itoscoe. had murdered V leldlng and hla two companions, after the explorer had revealed the location of an enormous ledge of pure gold, noscoe then took command of the party. It develops hat the nitfla.1 had committed tho murder witnessed by Cayley. noscoe plans to rapture the yacht and escape with a Mg load of gold. Jeanne tells Kanshaw, owner of the yacht, about the visit of the and shows him the stick left by Carley. Kanshaw declares that It Is an Eskimo throwlng-stlck- , used to shoot darts. Tom Fanshaw returns from the searching party with a sprained ankle. I'erry Hunter la found murdered and Cayley Is accused of the crime but Jeanne lielievrs him Innocent A relief party goes to find the searchers. Tom professes his love for Jeanne. 8he rows ashore and enters nn abandoned hut. and there findsher father'a diary, which discloses the exThe Klorer'a suspicion of Roscoe sees Jeanne. to the hut and He Is Intent on murder, when the skyman swoops down and tho ruffian flees. Jeanne gives Cayley her father's diary to read. The yacht disappears and plans to capture It ore revealed. Jeanne's only hope Is In Cayley. Tho apseriousness of their situation becomes Cayparent to Jeanne and tho finds a ley kills a polar bear. Next he clue to the hiding place of the stores. Ileecoe Is about to attack the girl when ho Is sent fleeliur In terror by the sight swooping down. Measures of the are taken to fortify the hut. curiruf-man Hos-coe- 's sky-maeky-ma- n nono of Cayley'a shots could haro accounted for, ho eiplorod with practised hand. Watching; him ns ho did so, tho girl could seo that ho had found something unexpected, something which surprised htm greatly. And thero was mora than surprise. Thero was alarmed urgency in his voice when ho spoko to her. Ho offered no explanation. Merely told her to go Into the hut and make fast the solid wooden shutters over the windows. Ho would coma In and would toll her what It was all about. In a moment. The girl "had hardly finished tho task ho had given her, when ho came In. In his band ho was holding out something for hor Inspection. Conquering a fooling of repugnance, she bent over tho hand, cast one glance at tho thing It contained and , then started up and gazed, Into his face. "A bullet!" she said. "But but we thought that Roscoe wasn't armed not with flro arms, I mean." Cayley nodded. "But this seems to be pretty good evidence that ho Is. blood-stainewide-eyed- "Get up quickly!" she said when ana what once had been a shirt, sufficed taw that he waa awake. "Philip, the to put It Into commission again. Then, with the rlflo over his shoulhut's on fire!" der, he swaggered out of the care. ha abroad, With his first glance CHAPTER XIX. started. Ills devil was being kind to him today. Thero could bo no doubt Roscoe. Iloscoo bad never been able to clear ot that. Only, woa he being too kind? up his doubt as to Joanne's Identity, Iloscoo wondered a little uneasily. nor to solvo the. mystery of Cayloy'a For, shambling along tho Ice, through appearance In the air. Tho doubt the thickening twilight, not 100 paces and tho mystery tormented him worse away, was a big bear. Iloscoo was than any final conviction could have tired of walrus meat, Tho thought of done. When ho thought, as ho some- a bear steak mado his mouth water. Three years' disuse, howover, had times did, that the cause of all his terror, the thing which kept htm mado his marksmanship somewhat penned up hero In tho cavo and de- uncertain. Ha fired too soon, and nied him access to more than tho fur- though he did not mis, tho only eftive edges of the beach, might bo Just fect his shot had was to make the a rather defenseless human couple, n bear turn about and go shambling man and n woman, and tho woman down tho glacier toward tho beach, beautiful, young, alluring when he with ungainly haste. Iloscoo hurried thought of all that ho would go oft attor him, and fired two moro shots. into transports of rage, which left Whether they hit or not, ho could not even his gigantic body limp and ex- toll. Certainly they did not servo to hausted. If that were the situation, chock the bear's flight. The next moho might havo killed the man weeks ment he had rounded tho corner of ago and taken possession of the tho cliff nnd disappeared down tho beach In tho direction of the hut. woman. Itoscoe hesitated, but only for a Tho thing that kept htm sane was. In Itself, a species of Insanity, the pas- moment; then, with an oath, ho set sion for gold which had led him to out In pursuit. It was not so much murder Captain Fielding. Kvery day the protection which the rlflo afforded ho tramped up tho glacier to tho gold him that was responsible for this new ledgo and there, while the light lasted, courage as it was that the mero feel ho worked, cutting tho precious metal of it In his hands brought htm back out of the rock, and with Infinite labor In touch once more with the everyday matter of fact world, and made beating It puro. As the weeks and months dragged hi visions and ghosts seem a little along, this unvaried routine more than unreal compensated for the solitude and the It was fully dark down here In th terrors his superstition thrust upon shadow of the cliff. The lumbering yelhim, nnd gradually restored htm to his low shape of tho bear was Indistinold normal, formidable, brutal self. guishable against the Icy beach. That On the day when he made the discovery didn't matter, for he could follow that was to tcrmlnato the long series along well enough by the bloody of golden days which Jeanne and tracks the wounded beast had left The last of the twilight was still In the sky, and half his glances wero directed thither, looking for something which he told himself could not In his own possibly exist, except fancy, yet fully expected to seo nevertheless, the shadow of Cayley' great wlugs. And at last he saw It In the lower air, like a brooding spirit. Just above tho tiny square of light which marked the location of CHAPTER XVIII. Continued. ' ' The sentence la that you shall be frightened with a bear story. There's n big one coming down tho beach after you this very moment, and you're to surrender tho rovolver to rac nnd stay under arrest In tho hut until after I have killed him." She did not need to be told that he was In earnest. In splto of tho smllo that went with his words. Sho turned up the about quickly and looked beach, sighting along Cayley'a arm as he pointed. Even In the deep twilight she could already make out tho shambling figure that was coining along toward them on all fours. 'Why does ho move In that queer sort of way?" she whispered. They had shrunk back Into the shudow of the hut, the girl actually Inside of the vestibule and Cayley on the doorstep. "He's been wounded. When 'I was overhead I could make out tho blood (tains on his side, and he was leaving a track on tho Ice. "Wounded In a fight with another bear?" "No. that's not likely." Sho asked no further explanation, but slipped Into tho hut. The uext moment she was back with the field-glasse- htm and enjoyed Immunity from him so long, almost led him to attempt to break Into the hut then and there, and settlo matters; but hla saner common sense told him that the settlement would almost Inevitably be against him should be attempt It. Ho was stilt entertaining this notion, however, when a luminous Idea occurred to him. Around on tho fnr sldo of the hut, tho west sldo, which looked toward tho headlands, was a which good sired heap of I'hlllp bad not been nblo to find room for Insldo tho hut Iloscoo had with him a flint and stool nnd a quantity of tow. He never traveled without them. With Infinite precaution against noise ho began laying a flro against tho windward wall of the hut. Squatting, with his rifle across his knees ready to use in caso of an emergency, he methodically whittled a quantity of dry splinters off a few of tho sticks. Ignited them and carefully nursed the blaze, until, under tho rising wind, It grow to the beginning of a conflagration. Then, catching up his rifle, he slipped oround the other side of tho hut, crouching down not moro than 20 paces away, and waited. Already tho flro was burning flnoly and the silhouetted outline of the hut was plain against the glow of It. His plan was a good ono. Tho people Inside tho hut would havo no choice and, probably, no thought, but of escape. When they rushed out, as they almost certnlnly would, bewildered and confused, and plainly visible to him against the glow of tho Am be hind them. It would bo easy, from the safe shelter of tho darkness, to shoot tho man. It waa only, Indeed, by the merest hair's breadth that Hoscoo's plain failed to work. The Instinct of by the nearest way from a burn-Inbuilding Is almost Irresistible, and It led I'hlllp and Jeanne to the very edgo of the destruction, which Iloscoo had planned for them. Cayley had his hand upon tho bolt of the great door, whither he had sprung when Jeanne's cry had awakened him, before the saving second thought stayed him and held him tho hut. Itoscoe abandoned his pursuit of the frozen where bo was. For perhaps bear; all thought or It. In fact, was five seconds he stood there, while tho gone from his mind; but he did not. memory of tho unoxplained bullet holo as on a former occasion, drop down he had found In the body of tho great prono upon the ground, his face burled bear, nnd the belated observation that In his arms; nor did tie turn and flee the fire, which waa destroying tho hut, like ono hag ridden up the beach. He must havo been started outside of It, fire-woofair-sizeo rage against the two who had baffled much with a rifle; ana ed the deadly revolver scooting ha had seen upon the body ot the bear. Also, be would have to go Into the dark, with tho firelight behind him. No. It wouldn't do. Ho must wait Well, he could afford to wait much better than thoy could. Reluctantly ho rose, turned hla broad bnck to tho gale, and began making his laborious way back to the cave. It was high tlmo. His face was frozen already. The Intensity of lha cold hod already rendered his rlflo useless, for tho wholo mcchnnlsm ot tho breech was frozen fast. Ills stratagem had failed In Its ultlmato Intention, for nature had laid her great Icy hand upon tho board and for tho present dcclarod tho game a draw. CHAPTER XX. A Moonlit Day. Tho midday moon had changed tht somber purple ot tho snow to silver. Tho anow lay everywhere, aavo upon tho vertical face of tho cliff Itself, an unrcnl, Immaculato mantlo over all this arctic world, Ihn valley, the hills, tho beach and tho frozen sea all lay at pence beneath It, as It asleep or dead. To Cayley, where ho lay, suspended In inldsky, the moonlight gleaming fabric of his upon the sensitive planes, as It gleams upon Iho faint ripples on a mill pond In tho dead of some Juno night to Cayley this white, sleeping, frozen world looked very far away, He was a wing for the first tlmo slnro that eternity ago hen he had descended upon tho beach Jeanne to warn her of the of the bear, How long ago that was. by tha measure of hours and days and weeks, ho did not know. He had no data for an estimate that would bo better than a guess. He remembered bow desperately they had worked that night, saving what they could from the burning hut nnd carrying It back Into the cave; remembered with what tabor he nnd Jeanno had climbed the Ice chimney to tho only shelter that now re; malned to them, the llttlo pilot house observatory upon the clllthead; remembered tho unremitting labor of Uncounted hours while they ndjusted tholr way of life to the conditions Imposed by tho calamitous loss of the hut. Hut after that thero wore lapses of time which memory did not cover. During that time he knew the utmost fury of the arctic winter had been raging over them, without cessaThey had been sheltered from tion It down In tho heart of the great drift ot snow which the storm had henpt-..bout them. But, even In this security successive paroxtho shock of tho ysms of nature's titanic rage reached down and benumbed them, body and soul. But at last the rage of the storm had spent itself and had become still. Tho bitterness of tho cold relaxed and became milder. Cayley had felt tile blood stirring In his veins again, tho power ot consecutive thought and thw ambition to live, coming unco morn Ha had gono to Into his possession. work, feebly and drowsily nt first, but with constantly Increasing energy and strength, nt the task ot opening up. onco moro. tho tunnel through the drift which tho great storm had choked When ho had broken through the outer crunt of tho drift, and tho whlto radtanro of tho midday moon shono Into tho black tunnel whero ho had moment been working, ho stood for drawing deep breaths and gjlzlngover tho sccno which lay beneath hla eyes. Ho hastened back Into tho Uttlo pilot house. Jennno was dozing upon ft heap of bearskins. Ho roused hor with sorao dlfflculty; really waking up had been a hard matter lately, almost as hard She as really getting off to sleep. was still drowsy when he led her . along tho tunnel to the "Brcathu. deep," ho told bur. "We were half poisoned In thero. This air will bring you bark to llfo again, it and tho moonlight." Ho had been supporting hor with his nrm nbout hor waist, but now, as sho held horselt n llttlo stralghterand ho could feel her lungs expanding with tho puro air hu breathed, he withdrew tho arm nnd lot hor stand alono. Kvcn tho whlto moonlight tho color that was coming back Into her cheeks. For n while she did not speak at all; tlion, as If replying to a comment of his, she said: "Yea. it's beautiful. . . . But. Philip. It's dead. Dead." "Not this air that has ozono spar kllng all through It. It Is allvo enough to mako your blood danco. It'll doing that now." He tried to persuado her to tako n llttlo cxrcclso along the length of tho tunnel, but sho domurred to that. Instead, sho askod him to bring out and let her alt thore Homo looking out. nt tho "And," sho supplemented, "If you wunt to know what 1 should llko most of all, It would bo to havo you bring your wlugs so that I can seo you Hying again, nnd a Held glass that I can watch you through." Hu foil some hesitation, partly out ot a four of leaving hor and partly from a doubt concerning his own strength; but neither of these reason was ono he cared to avow. Ho ho unfurled tho bundle, thnt hnd lain disused so long, spread uud tightened nnd tested it, und at last, with a nod of farewell to tho girl, dived nil tho cliff-headbear-skins cliff-heaullff-heail- itfce "While you're attending to tho bear," she said in a whisper, "I'll Just keep watch up the beach for for any one else." The past weeks had made one difference In her attitude toward Cayley which she was now awaro of, as sho contrasted her sensations on seeing He Fired I'hlllp step forward, out of tho shelter of the hut, to confront tho bear, with those the had experienced when he That's why I sent you into tho hut. had set out on a similar errand once It occurred to me that he might bo before. She knew him now, and sho following tho bear, and that the lighthad no fear for him. The feeling ed windows might give him a chance that thrilled her now was nearer nkln for a shot at ono of us. No matter what superstitious fears he has, ho to pride than anything else. Cayley fully justified her confidence. could hardly be too much afraid to Are The course tho bear was taking would at us from a aafo distance. If wo haphave brought him within 20 yards of pened to offer a fair mark." . "But wo must havo offered him that When he first caught their lght of Cayley he stopped, In two a hundred times In tho last weeks, minds, apparently, whether to bo that Is, If his rlflo had anything like limited or to do tho hunting himself. a modern range." "That bullet Is certainly a modern Then, as Cayley advanced upon him rather stowly, he decided, hissed at pleco of ordnance," said Cayley. "It's and li Ira venomously and reared up. He laid it down on a shelf and wont lie was already badly enough wounded to have taken all tho fight into the storeroom to wash the stains out of any oilier sort of animal, but of the encounter from his hands. half alive an he was, he cost Cayley "After all." he said, "It's only ono four cartridges. Three of those shots moro mystery, and I don't know that Cayley was reasonably sure must have ono moro can mako any groat differentered a vital spot, Tho first ono ence. Not in our way of life, took the bear between tho eyeH as ho was rising. The second was fired Into Doth tried to stick to that vlow of his open mouth Tho third was prob- It and, for the present, to dismiss ably deflected by tho masslvo fore conjecture upon tho now topic from paw which he was holding across his their minds, but they did not succeed body, in the nttltudo of a boxer. The very well. Tholdoa that forced itself fourth shot, however, penetrated his upon them, In spite of their attempt to throot and probably smashed one of discredit It, was that Koscoe'a acquithe two first vertebrae, for it teemed sition of a modern, weapon to bring ths monster down all In a with ammunition to match did not limp, v. hero he finally lay still. Cay- date back to tho murder of Captain ley cculd have reached him with his Holding, nor to the disappearance of foot. the Aurora, but that be had found the "Good shooting." said the girl quiet- - weapon, by some strango chance, only ly from the little vestibule. very recently, perhaps within a day lie reloaded the revolver, letting or two. It was a disquieting thought, ilie empty shells drop unheeded ou at best. It was time for Cayley to turn In the Ice at his feet. lie gave tho weapon back to the girl, nnd bout oer the and for Jeauno to begin her evening watch nlouo, but before that happened brar. "I'm lew Interested In what I did they paid an extra amount of attento hlui." ho said, "than In what ho got tion to tho security of their doora and from Iho oneray who first attacked windows. It was a llttlo before 11 o'clock him." The light was almost gone, so that when Cayley came out of a deep sleep all ho- could teo were two or Ihreo to II ml her bonding over him, shaking Irregular dark stains upon Hie white him by tho shoulder and crying out fur A wouud la the flank, which his name. door-stopsoft-nose" long-rang- Too Soon I'hlllp had been enjoying, he was, again, tho very man who, during those long years of exile, had dominated crow and captain of the Walrus and bent them to his will. Ho was returning from tho ledgo along the crown of tho glacier, when, on the day of this discovery, ho found that his accustomed path was Interrupted by a new fissure in tho Ico; It had occurred since he had come that and was too way In tho morning, broad to leap across. So he was forced to descend by the rougher and moro dim cult track which lay along the moralno. Before ho had gono three paces nlong this track his eyo mado out something. Just off his patch and a little below It, which caused him at first to utter a snarl of anger, but led him tho next moment to give a wild blasphemous yell of joy, Tho great fissure which, had opened In the ico had dono, In an Instant, what tho party from tho Aurora had failed to do after hours of hard labor It had yielded up tho body of Terry Hunter, which, durlLg all these months, It had kept Imprisoned. Strapped across tho dead man's shoulders. Just where ho had carried It in life, was a rlflo and around bis middle a belt full ot cartridges. The next Instant Koscoo was bending over tho body, Jorklug navagoly at tho frozen buckles which resisted his Impatient fingers. But they wore not to bo denied. If they wero clumsy, tho hands wero strong. It was not flvo mlnutos lator when Iloscoo, rlllo and ammunition bolt In his hands, was hurrying on toward his cavo onco more. The body lay Just where his desecrating hands had lelt it. The rifle was uninjured; that ho nad scon at n glanco, though , of course, till tho mochanlsm of Its breech was frozen fast. Hut a half hour'u hard work with cleaning rod and rags of "This Air Will Bring You Back to Life." faltered, It Is true; and his knees trembled beneath him, and yet, slowly and with many pauses ho mado his way forward. f Ho was horribly afraid all tho tlmo, but curiosity waa all tho while overpowering fear. Ho was not moro than 200 yards away when Cayley alighted beside tho girl. At what be saw then, Itoscoe dropped his rlllo on the beach, with a whispered oath, and rubbed his eyes. Tho light which diffused itself from tho open window of tho hut was not much, but It was enough to reveal the man-bird- . , this fact that this great spirit which had kept him In terror for his own saulty nil theso months, was taking off his wlugs and folding them up Into a bundle, In a way as If ho wero as mattor-of-fac- t furling an umbrella. Ho stood there now, Just an ordinary human figure of a man; the very man. In fact, that he had seen beforo and would have countable. At last he solved this mystery, too, killed long ago had It not been for hla overmastering terror of tho thing partly tiolved It, at least, for ho goldon-wlnge- articulated thcmselvcH Into a perfectly clear perception of Roscoo's plan. "Tho other wayl Tho other way!" ho cried, motioning Jeanno back through the storeroom. "Into tho cavo. Ho is waiting for. us outsldo. That's why ho fired tho hut. Quick. Wo must savo all wo can." And so It happened that Iloscoo waited In vain. Ho saw tho blazo hu bad kindled reach Ita fiery climax, and then In splto of tho Icy galo which wan fanning It, die down Into an angry, sullen, smouldering glow. But no man appeared to furnish a mark for his waiting rifle, and no woman was delivered defenceless, shelterless, Into his brutish hands. Tho failure of his plan brought back a moment or two of tho old superstitious horror, but his mind was braced against It now and did not readily glvo way, Somehow, tho failure must bo accountable humanly ac- with wings. Ho presented a fair murk now, and waa In easy range, but Roscoe was too thoroughly astonished to scizo tho opportunity, and In a moment It was gone again. Tho two figures shrank Into tho shadow of the but, and the tho Ico cavu back of tho HU first Impulse, whon ho . thought ot It, was to attack thorn Any doubt he may havo had conthere and now, to cbargo In over tho cerning his strength disappeared at red hot coals ot tho hut and settlo unco. Tho mero touch of those great matters onco and for all. wings of his seemed to bring It all He was sano enough to seo that the back, and hopo and joy nnd confidence advantage would bo all against him. along with It. the light disappeared. next moment Kor a moment, an accession of In close quarters he could not do (TO BE CONTINUUD.) hut April 11, 1912. ORIGIN THE CITIZEN. OF HOLSTEIN BREED Practically Same as Cattle Coming From Frlesland Province In Northern Holland. Pag Sevea. . frflLTWlONAT NOMINATE CLERGYMAN FOR GOVERNOR DY OHIO PROHI BITIONISTS AT DELAWARE CONVENTION. Nominee Is Dut Thirty Years of Age and Is Prominent In Christian Endeavor Work. Delaware, O. Itev. Daniel A. Pol ing, of Columbus, was nominated for governor nt tho Ohio stnto prohibition convention here. On tho first ballot ho got 64 votes. Pollpg Is 30 years old, nnd Is prominently Identified with Christian Endenvor work In Ohio. Nominations for other officers wero Lieutenant-govermade ns follows: or, J. II. Ilralthwalte, Ottawa county; secretary of state, Addison Taylor, Scioto county; auditor of state, J. II. Ferguson, Delaware county; treasurer of state, M. II. McC'ormlck, Coshocton Tho words llolstcln and Holstcln- Frlcslan designate tho same breed. At first thero wcro two breed associations, ono called the Holstoln associaasBALANCING THE COW'S RATION tion, tho other tho (By 13. O. SKt.I.KIlS. Dlrertor of Hvmk sociation, but for nil practical pur Inn; Dfpnrtinnt, The Moody Bllilo Inposes theso associations represented stitute) of Chicago.) Desirable to Furnish ai Much Rough-g- o tho same breed. at Possible Decauie It It Frlesland Is a provlnco In tho north Cheapett Food. LESSON FOR APRIL 14. ern part of Holland and these northern Hollanders havo kept cattle from In making up a ration for cows It Is tho earliest history. Holstcln Is n THE USE OF THE 8ADQATH. dcslrnblo to feed aa much roughngo provlnco In northern Germany, not ns poxslblo because It It usually tlio far from I.HS80N TKXT Mark 1:3 to 1:C. Frlesland. Cattle comln? Sabbath was GOLDKN TKXT-'T- he farmcrii' cheapest feed. However, from tho provlnco of Frlesland were mode for man and not man for tho tho capacity ot tho animal Is limited, called nnd wero en- 2:77. and wo must bo ruled by common tCtlHO. That tho Christian Sabbath Is to bo It In posslblo to balanco a ration In a Boon nnd not to be a Burden Is protein, carbohydrate and fat with tho gist of the teaching of Jesus only coarso dry roughage which tho upon that subject. For what Is tho cow would not bo nblo to consume In Sabbath set aside and to what use largo cnoiiKh quantities to produco a shall wo put Uio tlmo thus set aside, reasonable amount of milk. It la ousy aro nnd havo been through the years to balanco n ration of grain alone very llvo questions. That God had so wblch Is nlso undesirable. ciological, physical reasons for setting aliould bo balanced In Tho ration asldo ono day in seven as a day roughage and grain ns well amount of of rest and recreation has led some na In protein, carbohydrnto and fat. to advocate what we know as a "ConThe amount of grain by weight should tinental Sunday" ono given over to rarely equal tho amount of dry rough-agpleasure games, sftorts, auto rides, and should usually bo Ices than drives, etc., and nn over emphasis This does not apply whero upon tho fact that God meant us not Holstetn Cow. such roughago at stlago Is fed, beonly to rest but also that he ''hal cause sllngo contains moro molsturo tcred In tho association by this name. lowed It," has given us the Puritaniand weighs heavier than other Cattlo coming from Holstcln were cal observance that is akin to a worcalled Holstclns. The cattlo originat- ship of this seventh day. Which is In tho right? ed from the same source. As wo study these two Incidents in MILK STOOL IS CONVENIENT year 1885 tho two associations united nnd cattlo coming from these two the life of our Lord, the plucking of withHandy Little Device In Any Dairy sections nro now called Holstcln- the grain and tho healing of tbo Frleslan. The correct name for tho ered hand, both of which occurred Dam Can Be Made by Using , black and whites Is Holstcln-Frlcslanupon tho Sabbath, we can surely And Short Piece of Timber. but they aro sometimes Improperly guldanco as to what shall bo our observance of this day. A handy stool may be nmdo by called Holstclns. Let us look at tho first. Passing sawing off n piece of 2x4 a fuel nnd n half In length und nailing to one end PROTECT OUTLET FROM COWS through the field tbo hungry disciples plucked somo of the ripened of this n piece of board 10x10. This grnln, and sifting It in their hands, Considerable Damage Is Liable to Re they ate It to supply their hunger. sult Unlets Tile Is Suitable Mind, thero was no reaping and gathProtected From 8tock. ering Into barns for tho profit of tho of'Ni tlio drain owner, but simply the gathering ot When the outlet sufficient to relieve tho needs of the comes out Into tho open whero Block moment. can tramplo on or about It, consider How Jesus 8pent Sabbath. able damage Is apt to bo done unless Passing on, Jesus enters the syna. some provision Is made to protect It. The accompanying Illustration shows gague and there found a man having A Convenient Stool. a plan for protecting tho outlet that a withered hand. Again tho ever Pharisees observed him we have found to bo successful, says watchful affords a good stool for milking or a him." accuse writer In tho Homestead. About all "that they might sitmost nny work a farmer can do there Is to It Is to drivo a few stakes Jesus, knowing their growing antagting down. onism, their nttltudo ot distrust, takes advantage ot tho helplessness of the man to teach these Pharisees tho lesRESTING PERIOD FOR A COW son of obedience yes for once In scorn ho rebuk.es them; anger and Eight Weeks Is ConsidFrom Six to grief struggled In tho heart of Jesus ered About Right for Good Dairy ns he commands the sick man to Animal, Says Hoard's. stretch forth bis hand, and with the command went power so that the man It Is considered better for a cow and stretched forth his hand restored her calf to giro the cow a rest beto Its full strength nnd usefulness. tween her periods ot lactation, says Is It not sufficient that sin makes Hoard's Dairyman. From six to eight strargo bed fellows, as for Instance, weeks Is considered about right for a the Pharisees consorting with the good dairy cow. It Is not wise, howHerodlans, two parties as opposite as ever, to force- - a persistent milker dry. possible and bitter in their antagonCaro must bo taken at this peism, taking counsel how they may deriod or thero Is danger of the udder stroy this young Galilean. Tho fact becoming caked and permanently Inwas the disciples had violated no jured. law of God, but an ordlnanco of man persists In giving With a cow that What Irony of Jesus' tones as he milk 12 months In tic year ft la Protected Tile Outlet. nsked them "did yo never read?" Tho well to decrcaso her ration and glvo complaint ot a her nothing but dry feed when sho is ;il suitable distances from the outlet, was never raised PuritanicalwhoSabbath by one has a nine and a half months along In her and stretch barbed wire over them. loving familiarity with the Word ol period of luctatlon that Is, It sho If tho outlet Is such a placo that It God gavo us the has been bred to calvo 12 months may be Interfered with by stock, It God come by accident. Sabbath, it did beginning of her period of should be protected, ns carelessness not from tho God will lactation. As a rule. It Is not dlfllcult may be the means of permitting dam- corporations surely reckon with those and individuals who de to dry n cow oft If proper attention age that may require a day or more mand, as shown by tho social surveys to fix. s given at this period. ot some of tho steel towns, for Illus tration, seven days labor each week, Dairy. Pure Water for or who In their individual lives are so IMPORTANCE OF THE BARREL wo consider that a large por When engrossed In business and In pleasure tion of the cow's body Is composed of Duslnets Part of Dairy Cow Should water; that milk contains more water as to deaden and starve tbclr souls, which aro all the time crying out for Do Well Rounded and Long Legs than any other one Ingredient, and God. Should Curve Out. that It must requlro a great quantity Jesus' anger was at the hardness, ot water to keep tho temperature of Tho barrcll Is tho business part of tho the anlmnls down during the cxtremo nnd bin compassion for this hardness row, benco It should bo well rounded hot weather, we should nppreclato tho of tho hearts of tho Pharisees. Let and loug. Tho ribs Bhould bo far necessity of keeping tho dairy cows us avoid the wrath and bo Bubject to tho compasslonato pity of God. Last nnrf nnH n'oll unrunfr. The bark well supplied with puro drinking Sunday we studied the resurrection of thould bo long and slightly arching? our Lord. Let us rcmcmbor that the Tho long tall Is simply an Indication Christian Sabbath Is n weekly remindTho legs of a long spinal column. er ot that great fact. thould bo curved out, In order to glvo Principles Make Chrlttlans. nmplo room for tho udder botwecn. Rules mako Pharisees, principles This should bo square, well tct behind make, Christians. It is not, "thus salth and extending well forward. Tho teats tho priest or tho council," that Is to thould neither bo too long nor too laying hen requires moro water govern our actions, A short, and set squaro on tho four quarfor that method ters. Tho texture of tho udder should than food. storms has always served to deaden our conI Don't let the cows out in the bo Ilka that ot a soft glove, so that science, henco It Is that Jesus said, doesn't pay. when It is milked out, It would col to stand around. It deslro not nacrlflco but mercy, My Tho cows that produco tho largest kingdom Is not to becomo a burden; lapse. Tho wholo form should bo nmounts of butter fat do It most eco. No ono of theso points I camo to froo men from tho burden ot ceremonial observance 1 desire taken nlono Is a safo guldo; taken nomically. The calves should by all means bo mercy, therefore., If collectively they nro safe to indicate whenever the op kept In clean, el lighted and ven- portunity comes for you to u good cow, exercise tbo tilated Btables. principles of true religion, to visit the A gallon of cream testing io per sick, to relievo tho widows and the Jersey Cows. cent, should churn a Ilttlo over two fatherless, to relievo human need, to I am building u herd of registered no u ml a of butter. direct mens thoughts to me In wor Jerseys nnd do not havo many calves Tho object of cow testing nnd Keep to feed at a time. A very Ilttlo calf ing record to improvo tho herd and ship, it it bo Sunday or not, you ought to do It In glad recognition that meal In a gallon of warm separator increaso tho output. of Man camo not to bo minis tklm milk threo times a. day Is all Tho thermometor must bo used as the Son I let any calf havo till largo enough regularly In tho dairy during tbo tered unto but to minister. Church mcmbors will have a good deal to an to bo put on somo kind ot coarse, dry summer as during the winter. lending support to open swer feed, says n writer In an exchange, Ilrnn Ian very good feed for cows. shops,for In extra and labor upon trans mix my pwn feed tor grown dairy It is light, palatable and rich la portation facilities on tbo Sabnth cows. I swap my cottonseed for cot matter, especially phosphorus. tonseed meal, grind my corn Into By Intelligent breeding and care, day. meal, buy wheat bran und mix these roost of the dairy herds can bo Weston never walks on Sunday. I sometimes uso lin brought op to doublo their equal parts. Wilbur Wright will not fly upon Sun ports, seed meal with these, equal day. Not all Sunday labor is Sabbath This linseed meal Is used in the winTbo spread between tbo common breaking, but let us bowaro wo do nut ter whon wo havo no grass. and good cattlo keeps widening all dull a keen conscience upon one band, tho time, as good cattlo aro getting or on the other hand binder our use Method of Dehorning. scarcer. fulness" by conforming our act to un A stick of caustic potash applied to Ily kneading and rubbing tho teats necessary standards, not demanded the young calf's horns 1b the best a good form may bo given this organ nor authorltod by Christ. The presl method of dehorning. ' and future milk secretion be much dent of Cornell university hat said: Increased. "The observance ot Sunday Is the '. Cowl. Prof. Smith ot tho Nebraska sta temporal sign Currv tha that man belongs not Tho man who said It is all bosh tion believes that corn fodder Is one only to time but to eternity. Let ul to curry the cows was either lasy or of the most economical ietdt for fat observe It as a day of physical rest tsnln- - steers. traiy. Oet out your curry como. Christ transformed the df formed. awscnooL Lesson Dutch-Frlosla- Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS What Aro Your Talent ? What Are Your Aims? Berea Has the Training That is Best For YOU. Are you not far advanced? Then enter the FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Here yon will bo plnccd with othors like yoursolf, under a special teacher, and make most rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and tho common branches and bo ready to use them. 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Questions Answered g ued him in that office until at the time of his death ho was serving his third consecutive term, which would have closed December 31, 1912. He was al ways a firm believer In the principles of the Republican party. DAIPY" NOTE'S wedge-shaped- 1 mln-cra- Berea College, with Its affiliated Berea, Friend ot Working Students. Institution. It requires certain fees, but schools. Is not a money-makinIt expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for students to earn and save In every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. vOur students come from American In Jail. tho best families and nre earnest to do well and ImpVove. For any who may Jlmlnez. C. A. Heberleln, consult bo slckthe College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. Ing engineer of the Penola Mining All excent those with parents In Berea llvo In College buildings, ami Co., of Maplml, an American, was assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable trainplaced in Jail here by Gen. Orozco, on ing, and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except In win suspicion of being a spy for the a cnance to earn a pari oi incir exall will government. He was allowed to ter It Is expected that Secretaryhave before coming to securo employment. penses. Write to Uie notify Consul Letcher at Chihuahua PERSONAL EXPEN8ES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary of his predicament. with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate is tho best, but as students must attend classes regardless of tho .weather, warm wravs and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. The CINCINNATI MARKETS tive Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work unirorms, umureuas ami other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. Tho College asks no rent enough room 3 red $1.01tjl.04Vi. No. 4 red 90c?$l. for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only uorn ro. z wmio ousroiu, iu. rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding anil TQSTSllf TfiCTTKe. No. Kn. 4 tnwoip Fnr table board, without coffee or extras. $1.35 a week, In tho fall. 2 yellow 79JT80C, No. 3 yellow 7878c, and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bed No. 4 yellow 754677c. No. 2 mixding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. cu 7U(u.suc, ,o. o mixeu iimioc, .u. I onr 7Rif?S1lv 7KITS17C1'. 1 school FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, nnd is returned yellow ear 79iT82c. white ear 78R81c. OatB jso. i wniic d v4u'obc, Hianu- - when tho student departs. Socnnd an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care of school build 057c. No. 4 white 54056c, No. 2 mix" ings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of ed &7tf57V4C, .no. 3 mixeu t)u;vuo(c, teachers all our instruction Is a free gift). Tho Incidental Feo for most .no. 4. mixeu tMu aoc. Academy and Normal, and $7.00 In ColleUnv Vn 1 ilmnlhr X57.2nffi28.50. students Is $5.00 a term, $6.00 In No. 2 timothy $26.75027, No. 3 timo giate courses. thy 25j25.50, No. 1 clover mixeu vn PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent hy nnltn Xlnvnr rnlvnil fOR rnff?2fi. Nn. 1 tho term, board by tho half term. Installments are as follows: Vocational clover $27027.50, No. 2 clover $250 and Foundation Academy 25.25. College. and Normal. School. Cattle Slow and 10015c lower. FALL TERM ci.lr.norj ti:7r. ffTIK rhnlon tn extra Incidental Fee $ 7.00 $ C.00 ? B OO 7.5007.85; butcher steers, extra $6.75 lloora 7.00 7.00 C.00 ' UW..3, gOOU lO CUOICB o.iuhu.uu, turn 9.45 95 mnn In fnlp 4 K1 ffTli.Rn ! hplforS. l!X Board, 7 weeks tra $607.25, good to choice $7,350 $23.45 $22.45 $20.05 Amount duo Sept. 13, 1911 7.55, comomn 10 iair tj.ouwo.ou; 9.45 9.45 Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911 extra $5.6005.75, good to choice $4.75 05.50, common to lair tzuri.au; can $32.90 $29-5$31.90 . J" . Total for term 529-0932.40 $31.40 Hulls Strong and scarce. Bologna If paid In advanc $4.5005.40, extra $5.50, fat bulls $5.25 WINTER TERM $ 7.00 $ 6.00 6.00 slnw and weak: Incidental Fco ivncnnnnril 7.20 7.20 C.00 n n ll .l.rlnn .trnllir ...... fl Khlllln lllclier. Room C weeks 9.00 v.iuotwb o, ivr.it. $8.7509, fair to good $708.60. Board, Extra common and largo $23.20 $22.20 $20.00 find butch Amount duo Jan. 3. 1912 Unco Clntv nml j" itubo 9.00 9.00 9.00 ..nn,i,( r Inu'nr wenk and Board 6 weeks, due Feb. 14, 1912 Heavy hogs $8.1008.15, 10c lower. $32.20 $31.20 $29.00 good to choice packers and buechers Total for term to mfi-- 1K rnWr.ll nifkprs S7.9O08.1O. S30.70 $31.70 $28.50 If paid In advance to choice stags $4.2506.25. common SPRING TERM heavy fat sows $&.25yi7.3u, exira 6.00 $ 7.00 6.00 incidental Feo E.OO 07.40. light shippers $6.75 0 7.75; pigs Iloom 6.00 ih. ..r.,1 lnul ts 9r,B no. inn 6.76 Sheers-Stro- ng. Extra $5.25, good Hoard, 5 weeks $4.7505.15, common to fair to cholco $18.75 $17.75 $15.76 to r.nfi r.n Amount duo March 27. 1912 6.75 fl.75 6.75 Extra $8.25. good Lambs Strong. Board, C weeks, duo May 1, 1912 to cholco $7.7508.15, common to fair spring lambs $9015, $25.60 $22-6$24.50 $5.2507.50, Total for term $25.00 clipped lamns o.ioi .iu. $24.00 If paid In advanc Ma-der- o ( ml, co, III-,- 22-0- 0 To Flv Without Power. Now, At last we have the auininiitii-nllbalanced, air pressure- young man or young woman can get an education at Any driven neroplane. At least that is what to do so. Inventor. Rudolph Dressier, ol Herea If there is the will tk Coney Island, a great advantago to start In the Fall and have a full year ofgelu It West Elghtcleth street. study. Many young people waste time In the public schools claims It to be. "and it will go Indefinitely." said Drossier. Dressier has over and over the amo things, when they might be Improving much faater with some of tb beat patented his device and has been given by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies prior rights to all others who nave young men and women from other counties and States. been or might be working along these Make your plans to come March 27th. In 1900 the Coney Island lines. For Information or friendly advice write to the 8ecreUry, filed a claim for a patent for a heavier than air inachlno, with rear ca Hexing and aitomatlc balance Nmv York. Plan Com March 27th able-bodie- con-tlnuo- 1 D. WALTER MORTON, kiiea, ky Paqe Eight. THE CITIZEN. Vernon Griggs nnd family from near Gabbard has returned homo from KoPurls, aro visiting relatives and rea College, Jacob Gabbard and famifriends hero J. R. Cawood of Doono-vlll- o ly left for Franklin, O., last week. Is teaching a subscription school Tho two daughters of Joseph Raker, nt Union City which is progressing Allco and Florcnco, returned homo both nicely with a good attendance; ho from Herea last week. They stays with his aunt, Miss Jonnlo Mn-le- r, havo measles slnco coming homo. near Collego Hill from Friday Miss Nancy A Mcintosh nnd Ralph till Monday. J. R. Langley's llttlo .Mlnter aro also h mo from school. sen, J. C, has been very sick but A. C. Gabbard hao moved to Cow Is somo better now. Carl Wlllough-b- y Creek. John Reynolds, an old and and family spent Saturday night respectable citizen of Hversole, died two wocks ngo after being 111 only nnd Sunday with J. IiiiKley's famia few hours. Mrs. Wiley Reed died, ly. 'Mrs. Sarah Spry has been to sco her mother, Mrs. Curtis of Winches- Saturday, after being 111 for somo John Combs has moved to time. ter, who Is not expected to live. d tho farm of Flnley Howling. Hill Chcnault, colored, died suddenly Huff has returned homo from at his homo, Saturday morning. Mss and Jcnnlo 'Mlnter Ront Monday nftcr- - !esllo County. "liases Lcnn ncon with Mrs. A. U, Rrnndenburg. Lula Wilson of Cow Creek visited Mrs. Irvlno Ilnrton Is visiting her tho Misses Pearl and Lucy Gabbard, son, John, near Cano Spring. Mrs.. Saturday and Sunday. School closed W. 'M. Dunbar nnd daughter, Cora, at Cow Creek recently with a nlco spent Tuesday, with her sister, Mrs. program. Tho most Interesting thing Brown Shepherd of of tnB occasion was tho debate Tho Jim. Harris. Boonevllle, visited his nunt, Miss Jen. I subject for discussion was. Hesolved nt tllcro a"0"!'! 00 n Educational nlo Mlnter Inst week.-O- wen Norrls. working In Richmond 'qualification for suffrage. Tho affirm-al- l who has been winter Is expected homo, Monday. nvo speakers wero John Frost, Jr., -- Chess Brandenburg attended County s- - A. Gabbard nnd Rev. John Mason. Revs. Y. Tno negative speakers were Court at Richmond, Monday.-- Mr. nnd Gabbard. Wm. Mcintosh Norrls bought a saddle horco from Sam Wllloughby last week, prlco un- - 15r0- - Kd- - Gabbard. Tho affirmative known. J. D. nnd Robert Cawood . 8Jo wns successful, went to Winchester, Snturdny, on busl-- 1 LAUREL COUNTY viva ncss. J. W. Wllloughby nnd family I Viva, April 7. Wo havo had tho siicnt Saturday night and Sunday heaviest rnln nnd the highest water with John Wllloughby and wife ' The Robert Cawood went to Union City, we have had for ten years. Tuesday afternoon, on business .Mai- - mines havo been chut down several ln Brandenburg nnd wife of near days on ucconnt of the railroad Spring went to Collego Hill, lug washed out and tho trnln not Saturday. Carrie Glnter entertain- - bringing cars. Tho new tchool house ed a number of young folks nt her Is progressing nicely under the Saturday night. Every one manshlp of Gill Ilros. Ellas a flno time. Mrs. Georgo son nnd family visited nt East Webber Is on the sick list. 'Misses Ucrnstndt n few days last week. Glnter Mrs. Jane Ueatty Is visiting her Lllllo Berryman and Carrlo Saturday night and Sunday ter, Mrs. Stringer, at Plncvllle. with Mrs. DIHard Hill. Wllllo Skin- - Grant Farrto of Waslota Is visiting relatives at East Flornstadt and VI- ner Is very sick with pneumonia. Hal-lar- April 11, 191a. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else sure He eofteip4M pMlibt4 anltd Ifird in loll tjr ttt wtlttt, li not (or pabllcatloa, bat at an irldtace c( good faith. Willi pUlnly. slon fixed up. Mrs. S. It. Roberta has a nlco lino of ladles lints. Orliln PHITKTT Prlvott, April 1.-- Circuit Court is Smith and Wllllo Ilobcrts havo retimed from Livingston whero they In session nt McKco this week. Several from thla placo attended tho havo been gathering lost tics for big salo of J. K. Knglo's at McKco S. H. Ilobcrts. Tho farmers aro behind with their farming on account last week. Tho llcv. and Mrs. left last Wednesday for Hol- of so much rain. Uncle Dan Parker land, Michigan, whero they will spend came near being drowned last week their four weeks vacation with 'Mrs. by his mulo stumbling and falling Rev. Harvey with him In the water. DcYoung's parents. McKKK Johnston's son who has had consumption for tho past six months, McKec, April 8. Tho Republican died last Thursday. Ho was burled convention held hero last Saturday at tho Flanery cemetery, Sundays-- Mr. was "tho largest ever held In this and Mre. Dllllo Hamilton left County. D. G. Collier, a supporter of last week for Livingston to mako Roosevelt wag elected chairman or the Ir homo with Mrs. Hamilton's son, ,ho convcnton ovor W. H. Anderson, Nuton Rlggs. Wo aro all very sorry (, SUI,porter ot mft, by a voto of 301 for them to leave John Judd, who jt(J -- s Tho commlttoo on Resolutions has been so low with ulcers of tho brougnt )n n rcnort Instructing for stomach, died last Saturday. Lucy Roosevelt, and a report Instructing to Dowlcs ha3 gono to Frankfort noor for Taft wag oftercd on tj, spend tho summor with her brother, by w H clark , votlng on tho re. Green. Dllllo Smith had a working sout0ns, tho noosovelt voto was last Saturday and a social, Saturday 290 an(J tho Tnft voto 9 Besides In- nlght. structlng for Roosevelt, tho convenTVNKK tion also Instructed for our popular Tyncr, Mar. 31. Pearl and Matt banker, J. R. Hayes, for Presidential with Elector. Mrs. Win. Lewis of LonMooro havo been very sick pnoumonla, but aro rapidly recover- don Is visiting here this week. Mr. ing. Roy nnd Zoo Mooro havo re- nnd Mrs. H. F. Mlnter wero In town turned from Livingston. Died, War. last week. Dr. Hornsby and wife 16th, Mrs. America 'Mooro of pneu- have moved Into tho Mlnter property. monia. Sho leaves flvo children 'and Wm. Cope and A. B. Johnson, 'of n host of friends to mourn her loss. Lawrcnceburg, were In town last SatTho remains wero lnld to rest in urday. Wm. Begley, of London, is tho Tyner burying ground. L. C. nttendlng Circuit Court here. Harry and Riley Mooro havo gono to Louis- Rose, who has been conducting a ville, whero they will bo employed. salo for J. F. Engle, left, Sunday. Ramsey has been in this Alox MADISON COUNTY vicinity th! past week advertising KINGSTON tho big salo of J. F. Englo's at Kingston, April 8. Miss Jessie M. R. D. Reynolds and J. Young who has been spending tho Morgan mado a business trip to OUn, winter months In Jacksonville, Fla., today. IMIss Lucy Bowles will start returned home, Saturday. She was to Frankfort In a few days to visit accompanied by her uncle and aunt, her brother, Dr. J. G. Bowles. Mr. and .Mrs. T. J. Coyle, and daugh GRAYliAVVK ter, Miss Mary Coyle who will spend Gray Hawk, April 7. Mrs. Louisa the summer here. Charlie Powell Is Tlncher who has been sick is much clerking In the store for his brother, better Born to .Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Laurence Powell, of Big Hill, who has Hays, a girl. Its namo Is Effle. Rev. gone to Cincinnati to buy goods this Joo Ward will start a singing school wek.-JM- lB Bertie Halo of Speedwell at the new Methodist church at Is spending this week with her cousin, Hawk tho third Saturday of Gray Verna Parks. Miss Martha Maupln April. Mr. and Mrs. DeYoung havo sent tho first of the week with her gone north on a flvo weeks vacation. bister, 'Mrs. Alex Parrlsh. Dr. F. J. Mrs. Martha Rico Is visiting at J. Eaklns of Louisville will locate nt Bingham's this week. James Robinthis place real soon. Rev. E. E. Daw son of Lancaster 13 In town for the son of Wllmore will preach at this purpose of buying cattle, place, Saturday night, Sunday and CLOVKIt BOTTOM Sunday night, April 13 and 14th. 8. Undo April Clover Bottom, Chestor Parks and Chas. Powell were Steve Abrams Is still very low. Dr. In Berea, Thursday on business. Mrs. Settle performed an operation on his Hale, mother of Mrs. Curt Parks, la foot last Saturday. A little child ot very sick. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Adams James Cruse Is very low with fever. of Whltesburg came Saturday to Several from this placo atended the 's spend sovral months with the convention at McKeo, Saturday. Tho parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Wesley County Instructed for Roosevelt by Webb. Joe Azblll, Jr., Is spending a large majority. Flemon Azblll of this week with his grandmother, Mrs. Ohio has moved back to Kentucky to Mattlo AbzIU of Richmond. Mr. and mako his home. Ho has bought the '.Mrs. J. C. Powell spent Thursday Gay property on South Fork and mov- w"h clr son. L. C. Powell of Big ,, n f Stewart"aro to be married next Thurs- -' .Dy f! lu this vicinity. Mrs. Hubert Nicely day. Wo wish them happiness and Is very prosperity. H. N. Dean attended Cir- Monday, sick. Miss Ora Flanery left, Richmond where she cuit Court at 'McKee last week. A. C. will bo for in school tho next three Blcknell Is planning to start for 111., months. Sunday. America and Zella Dean COI.I.KCK 111 I.I, visited their grandfather last week. College Hill, Apr. 1 Wo aro having James Powell's family will start for somo flno weather now. Every ono Ohio soon. Miss Nora Powell of BeIs burning and sowing tobacco beds. rea visited C. SI. Azblll's, Saturday Mrs. Y. Norrls has been visiting and Sunday. her mother, and sister-in-laMrs. S. CAM CO Hislo and Mrs. Dora Griggs of Carlco, April 7. Mrs. S. R. Roberts i J. Richmond, for tho past two weeks. and Mrs. Orbln Smith visited their Miss Lizzie Moreland has returned parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Henry Evans, Saturday and Sunday. It Is said nuiiio irom a six weeKS" visit ai ner unclo's. Frank HUer. of Clark County. thero was the largest tide In tho -uuoa imo uieu at ms norao near river here lact woek that has been Mar. 21st.. after a lingering , for 25 years. It did considerable dam-og- o Waco. Illness. Rov. Gilbert of Winchester to ties and fencing. Jno. Sum-cwill preach at Cano Spring, Easter has sold his saw mill to Llgo Sunday.-J.M- rs. John Wllloughby and Angel. Mrs. Cosby Colo went to Miss Pearl Cawood spent Tuesday, Annvlllo lact Friday to get her pon- Mar. 26th, with Miss Stella Norrls. Mc-Ke- o. lat-tcr- lit JACKSON COUNTY Baking Powder Absolutely Purm Makes Home Baking; Easy With minimum trouble and cost biscuit, cake and pastry are made fresh, clean and greatly superior to the ready-mad- - I e, dry, found-in-the-sh- variety, and danger of alum food is avoided. I work-hom- o, Simp-report- ers aro very anxious to be sowing cat, sly, oats and preparing for plowing. Mr. That I hang my nost In tho trco to nnd .Mrs. II. 0. Blcknell and son high. woro tho guests of Ellas Barker, SunHidden from sight by tho leaves day. J. M. Kindred mado a business so green trip to Irvlno last week. Everybody L'p In tho boughs where It can't bo attended Crate Robinson's sale, Saturseen day. Thero has been a dentist In lly your prying, watchful, and hunthis vicinity. Mg8 Carrie Barker gry eye visited Mrs. Vcrnla Collins last MonMy blrdleg nro safe from you ro day. high." LEE COUNTY I KAMA V So sis-s)e- nt the llttlo happy way, e, bird sang In his ,,...,. 1""'--Th'r- ? T.1" rs Why Pay Fivt Timts Mort for a Roof than You nicd to? FLINTOID ROOFING Outlasts FIVE Ordinary Roofs. Nearly Twenty Years' Test Proves it. Has no Equal for Farm, Factory and Residence buildi- C ngs. C Kant Leak Kleets insure absolutely furnish Samples and Proofs. C. If not, ask Us. water tight seams. C Your Dealer can ROOFING The Diem & Wing Paper Company, PIONEERS IN THE ROOFING LINE CINCINNATI, . OHIO DEPARTMENT ly Improving. Drew of Wllmoth ESTILL COUNTY Clear Creek visited Jones Drew from W.WIKUHVII.I.K Wednesday till Sunday. J. W. Chas-tee- n Wagersvllle, April 1. Mr. and Mrs. went to Richmond last Monday on business. Bill Chastccn and Jeff Wagers spent Sunday with their wlfo visited Mr. and Mrs. S. Shell, daughter, 'Mrs. Ambroso Wilson. Sunday. Sunday School Is progress Harry Edwards who has boen attending nicely at this placo with good ing school In UeroA during tho winter was among his friends hero, Satattendance. J. W. Leo Is superinteBill Whlto and wlfo spent urday night and Sunday. Allen Powndent. 'Saturday with Lee Chastccn and ell was In McKco tho first of tho week on business. Mr. and Mrs. R. family. J. Scrlvner wero the guests ot Mr. ilAUI.KY. Gauley, April 2. Tho llttlo child and 'Mrs. A. B. Kelly, Sunday. of L. B. Lewis died, April 1st. Mr. Misses 'Molllo Arvlnd and Anna Mao and Mrs. '.Melvln Barnctt visited Flynn wero the pleasant guests ot relatives in Laurel County, Satur- Miss Knto Wagers, Thursday night day and Sunday. Press Tlncher's of last weok. Laban Park was In houso caught on fire, Sunday, but it Frankfort last woek. Walker Young wna tint nut ttofnrn mtlrh ilnmnpA ot Lexington visited friends hero I was done. Wm. Barnctt went to last week. The Misses Maudo Park, (Miss , Kato Wagcra and Fan Scrlvner and Crulso, Monday, on business. Mlnulo Shepherd Is very sick at 'Messrs. Arch and Flnioy Peters, Robt. present. John Fonda Is planning to and Joo Wagers were the guests ot Misses Lena and Anna Flynn, Saturmovo to Rockcastlo County soon. Thcro was a Holiness meeting at day night and Sunday. Robert Flynn left bis ochool last Friday after three Link Baker's, Sunday night. ! Idamny, April 1. A largo crowd Care-frefull of Joy as tho brightattended singing at tho homo of Miss est day. Ida Mays, Saturday night. Mrs. Mary May wo learn from him a lesson rare Jft Cornett returned from 8turgton, Sun- To Ik? happy, nnd trust, 'midst danR0CKCtklk?uS0UNTT day, whero sho has been visiting a Bm Thcro ,hM ger and core. her daughter. Walter Hughes d George E. n'8- Rockford. Apr. l.-- Rev. organized at this placo. The his son, John Hughes, at Buck To bcllcvo that God docth all at Childress of Johnetta preached foll0W8: "mor New- - Creek, Saturday night. Thero will are things best, Scaffold Cano. Saturday night. His .offlecr8, A ain't l a. In n A Daii t f ( bo preaching at Croes Roads, Sun- That Ho carcth for us and our llt-l- e ' to meet thy God. i"'"' text was Prepare , ,' dny, and Sunday School at 2 p. m. nest. 0 Israel.' Ho also preached, Sundny. Treasurer. Mrs. Addle Centers, HI- Charllo Evans moved to his now His text was, "Heaven." Thero was h.omo last week. Miss Martha Hughes was tho guest of Miss Daisy ReyBACK BONE NOT WISH BONE nolds last Monday night. Tom o Is having a feed houso built nt Most of us are dreamers dreamers from childhood to old age. Idamny. 'Miss Ionlo Combs was tho -We imagine ourselves other than we are, and we long for other surguest of Mrs. Mamly Evans, SaturWEBSTER roundings, other conditions, other opportunities. We sometimes day night and Sunday. Miss Alpha think that if we had other people's chances it would lo entirely difCornett wco tho guest ot Miss Marferent with us. And not infrequently do we picture ourselves even tha Hughes last Tuesday afternoon. INTERNATIONAL doing better than those whom we emulate. We dream nnd we wish, but we get no where. WHAT THE LITTLE BIRD TOLD ME is called the wish-bonami ninny In a chicken the breast-lwnwish-bonabnormally but have this of us are not only chicken-hearteA llttlo bird sat on a near-b- y fenco THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? developed. Of course there is no harm in wishing, however ardently, And sang and warbled to his heart's for better things. And in fact one's achievements depend to n greater content. " Rranu TION, NEW every corertct or less degree upon the wish for something different, somethiug betHo sang of the SPRING and tho Held of the world's thought, ter. Hut nothing is ever accomplished by merely wishing. It is will sunshlno free, action and culture. Tho only new unabridged dictionary In not wish bone. that achieves, and will is back-bone- , Of his treasures rare, his bluo eggs many rears. is rarely wanting, but back-bonis a less comThe wish-bonthree. Let us grow more back bone. mon possession. Became " defines over 400.000 He prcenrd his feathers and sang Word man than ever glee befora appeared between two with corer. a 700 IMlea. 6000 II- quite a Iirrge crowd. Rov. A. Corne- - t bio clas3 teacher. Miss Etta Jones, "Somo day they'll bo birdies. Just luitratlont, like me." llus of 'Mcrshons expects to preach teacher ot class No. --', and Mrs. 'Mat- b o"'r dictionary Rteanie " at Scaffold Cane next Saturday nt tlo Jones, teacher of primary class. with tho new dlrtded "Somo day they'll open their lltpage. A "Utroko of Qeruua." 3 p. m. and Sunday at 11 a. m. Every Mrs. McCarty of East Bemstadt tlo mouths wldo body Is Invited to come.-J.M- r. T. C. visited tho Sunday School here Sun-- " BeC.llse 11 ' tn encyclopedia in For mo to placo berries nnd worms a single volume. Vlars and daughter, Beulah, visited day, and gave us p. nice talk, which I Insldo. I think will be a help to all that Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gulnn, Sunday. 'ccepted bj tba Because 11 How I'll occur the country far and ' Courta, Bchoola and Bcrnlco E. Todd visited Bertha M. wero present. The Btavo dresser Is lreaa as the one supreme au near BuIIen, Saturday night. Thore aro a now being moved to Terrcls Creek. thorlty. For food for my llttlo ones, Oh, ro ' few cases of measles near Rockford A stave bucker will be brought to Because ne who knows rras dear!" now. '.Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stephens this place In a few days. Sliccm. L,et US tsll "Tee-weyou about this new work. sang ho with wero tho guests of Mrs. Sarah Gulnn, l'lTrsiiriu; glee, Saturday night. Little Daisy Wren Pittsburg, Apll 2i A terrible rain "Some day they'll bo birdies Just warn im ,,! w - mu mi. of Boone Is visiting her aunt, Miss and storm swept over Pittsburg last like me." C 4 C Ml lUM CO, r.U-- W SrWU. kW Talltha Coylo, Mr. and Ilrs. W. H. night nnd raised tho waters almost Mrs. Stephen's high enough to wash away houses. Stephens visited "Oh! this Is tho reason, you pussy mother nnd father, Mr. and Mrs. Cole Is attending Charlotte Taylor Abncy, Saturday night. school nt Suo Bennett Memorial this CLIMAX winter. Thero are ocr four hundred Climax, April 1. Oto Fencl wns In students In attendanco. Tho Gradour midst last week for a few days. ed School trustees of Pittsburg expect Ed. Trent of Jackson County was to get tho new school houso erected vlsltlnc friends at Climax. Sundav In tlmo for tho beginning ot school Ullc,0 Auney Balllnger Is still grow this fall. Rev. Masters held a series lng mor0 feoUe ll0 wln , ,,roba. of meetings at tho Christian church umty not llvo very iong.-T- ho llttlo at Pittsburg last week. Thero will n.ii;er i no iwtrr ir bo an Easter entertainment at the Knn of nhnn Is not expected to live very long. Christian church, Saturday night. JOIINKTTA Mrs. James Bullock Is visiting relaJohnetta, April 8. Sol Shell who tives in Rockcastlo County, Hnrto has been sick for some tlmo is slow- Snow has moved to Indiana. irnxina vls-lU- Vcn-nbl- Ml ff If r New e Dictionary e e e I I ul Teo-wee- !" LUSTR The Wife or Husband can work wonders with who takes pride in the beauty of the' home . "HANNA'S LUSTRO FINISH" "The Made To Walk on Kind" Old floors can be refinished in Mahogany, Antique Oak or any color no matter what surface you have, if you work according to directions, which are simple and easily followed. "HANNA'S LUSTRO FINISH" is also used on all kinds of Furniture and Woodwork in the home. This Finish docs not fade and is absolutely durable, and on this you may depend. Many of the ladies derive pleasure in this work of beautifying their homes. "WHY PONT YOU 7' FOR 8ALI sTv ' OWSLEYCOUNTY Rlcctown, HICKTOWN April 4. months of study. J. D. CLARKSTON, Berea. Kentucky LOCUST UltANCII v Miss Lucy Locust Branch, Mar. 2U. Tho farm- -