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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): April 18, 1912 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1912 cit1912041801_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): April 18, 1912 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. IJI?ES BERJCA PUBLISHING CO. iNcnnroiUTKii J. P. FAULKNER, Ftnt-tfflt- t I I3EI7EA DENTS OFFICE KY Knowledge is power and the Manager Knlertd nt IX at finrn, A'y.t u fftvnd rUw mall mnttrr. Pivoted to tlie Interests The Citizen of-tim-e way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. !Loirita,iri. People 18, 1012 Ono Dollar a year. No. 42 Vol. XIII. Firo cent a copy. BEKEA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, A PHIL NEW ARRIVALS FOR MEN AND BOYS Our Spring Stock is fully assembled and ready for your inspection. The Styles are DR. PEARSONS' MESSAGE The letter from Dr. Pearsons brought by Dr. Ilarton and read by him at tlio exorcises commemorating tho t)2nd birthday of Keren's great benefactor, Saturday evening, while directed to tho young people of Ileren, contains advice that should be heeded by all young people, and wo nrc taking it out of its natural place iu Dr. Hartoti'fl address, and giving it what prominence we can iu these columns in tho hope that it may have the wide iiilliienco it deserves. To tho young people of Herea : I wish I could be with you nt thin annual celebration. I nm very glnd that my birthday brings you a holiday nt till beautiful nenson. Tlio iiiMHngo which I send to you Is only a summary of that which I havo given you before ;Mnko the beHt use of your opportunities ; prepare to be the meniitid women which the future of your mountain nnd of our country requires. Cultivate your voice ; cultivate your vocal organs. Mnke full preparation for your life work. Prepare wise words to speak, and then prepare to speak them idTectivuly. If your speech In slovenly nnd your articulation poor practice till you speak with precision nnd titter your words forcefully and cor rectly. Cultivate the vocal organs. These wonderful bodies of ours contain nothing more wonderful iu their structure than the organs which produce the human voice. The video Is tho most wonderful Instrument that ever has been made. The world needs eloquent men ; the world needs eloquent women. You should be thankful that you were born In the mountains. I nm thankful that I wns born in the mountains. I nm thankful that I have lived so many years and I nm thankful that you have so many yearn still to live. You have inherited pure air. Live Iu the pure air and breathe It in abundance. You have Inherited pure blood. Keep It pure. Avoid all the hahitH that Impoverish the blood. Cultivatoall the habits that promote good health nnd give life a strong, physical basis. Hut you lmvo still higher dutlen to render. Do nil you can to pay tb e ileht you owe to your parents. Live to be useful to your state nnd country. Never falter In your lovo for llerea College. Helieve in It n the best and greatest Institution In America, one that bus done more for your people than any Institution ever has done or ever crtu do. He wise In your youth. Do not think of wisdom as something belonging wholly to old ago. Unless you .have tho beginnings of wisdom now you will have little when you nreohl. Unfaithful to (!od nnd true to vour duty. Keek for power, not that you tuny use it selfishly, hut that you may use ft for others' sako. Strive to bo prosperous for tile good of others. When you scd a good thing that needs to be done, do not wait expecting to make provision for it in your will, or to do It when you are older or wiser do it now. Live for n purpose nnd let that purpose bo a right purpose. On tfils day when ynu are meeting in Ileren. April 14,1012, I hope I shall lie il'2 years oldliut I hope to live much longer. to send you other mosMiges. I shnll never send you any messnge t lint is (illTerent from this, for this Is, what I have been learning for very nearly n evntury. Faithfulness to (led and the right use of Ids good gifts, nn earnest and iiuselllsh purpose, these are the tilings worth living for. I wish for you all a long ami happy life. I desire to live to be useful to mankind. , Cordially yours, I). K. PEARSONS FERTILIZERS Globe, Equity, Mt. Pleasant Now ready for delivery at the lowest prices at 1 all advanced and exclusive. We have a large assortment of Suits for both Men and Boys in all the New Colors and Weaves. "DUTCHESS" Trousers Are Here includes Patterns and Colors to please all tastes, in sizes to fit all figures, at prices to suit every purse. The warranty on DUTCH ESS Trousers insures you against mishaps. A Lose a button or have them rip and we pay you the indemnity: io cents a button, $i a rip. Our assortment CHRISMAN'S MAN" "THE FURNITURE NEWS R. R. COYLE BEREA KENTUCKY OFJE WEEK IN OiJWN STATE Pennsylvania Follows Illinois Discrep- Convention for Taft To Study Our ancy in Claims of Candidates Talk Tax System Post Graduate School of Compromise Candidate Death for State University Trees for of Clara Barton Death of General Capitol Grounds Fire in Richmond. Grant The End of Lorimerism TAFT AN EASY WINNER Flood Moves South. Tho Republican Stato Convention which was in session as we went to PENNSYLVANIA FOLLOWS ILLIpress last week was easily controllNOIS Tlio land-slid- e In Pennsylvania for ed by tho Taft forces, and a strong Itoosevelt was almost as great as that platform endorsing the administration In Illinois reported In our last week's was drawn up and tho four delegates Nearly 1500 of the More Than 2000 Passengers and Issue. In Illinois the Colonel got at largo to the Chicago Convention Crew Find Their Graves Two Miles Tho the entire delegation of 58, while In instructed for tho President. Beneath the Surface Pennsylvania ho will possibly get Roosveelt forces did not bolt but WILL IT STICK? took no active part in the Convenall but 11 or the C9 delegates. Tho last week has given tone to tion. Of the Kentucky delegation of .868 SAVED IN LIFE BOATS Advices from Frankfort tho latter part of last week wero to the the campaign, and he 26, only 3 aro Instructed for Rooseeffect that the Franchise Board consisting of the Auditor, Attorney Is seen now to be really in the fight. velt. General and Treasurer, had assessed the franchises of the corporations The White Star Liner "Titanic," the greatest steamboat Advices from Washington aro to tho TAX REVISION COMMITTEE millions more than the of the state at about one hundred thirty-seveever bunt, while making her first trip across the Atlantic, effect that the Taft Bureau will no Lieut. Governor McDermott has the same franchises were assessed for ths year 101 1. om Liverpool to New York, struck an iceberg of! the longer stand Upon its dignity, but appointed W. B. Moody of Henry Much is mado of this fact by the party organs throughout tho give the Colonel as hot shots as he County and W. A. Frost of Graves Newfoundland banks, Sunday night about ten o clock, anc State. It is said that this increased taxation, meaning the increased sends. County, members of the Tax Revision went to the bottom four hours later, carrying down possibly assessment, will raise about $700,000 more for the year 1012 Committee. Four other members aro r the preceding year and render it unnecessary for the than for A DISCREPANCY IN THE FIG1500 of the passengers and crew. to bo nppolnted, two by the Speakto call an extra session of the General assembly. And this is URES "Titanic" was thought to be unsinkable, having fif The er of tho House and two by the truo if the assessment stands. But it must be borne in mind that On the second page of Tho Citizen teen water tight bulk heads. It was claimed that though this is only a tentative assessment; that notice thereof must be a tablo will bo found showing tho Governor. The Committee was provid-- " half of her compartments should be filled with water she served on each one of tho corporations affected and thnt they each list of delegates already pledged to ed for by the Legislature for tho would still float. havo one month in which to show the cause why the assessment tho President, tho total number be purposo of studying tho tax system ing 2S8 while 539 are necessary to a of tho state with the view of reportshould not be increased. With this assurance of safety and invited by every con Now, it will be interesting to watch the action of the great choice. Since this list went to press, ing a method of simplification and venience known to modern science, the ship being a venta railroad corporations, such as the Louisville and Nashville, Illinois tho Taft column has risen to 341, ac revision to the next General Assembble palace or, better, a whole city in itself, a large number o cording to Chairman McKInley Central, Chesapeake and Ohio, and C. N. O. &. T. P., the com. at ly. people, many of them persons of note, engaged passage for panies upon which the most of this increase has been laid. Also it the President's headquarters. But, if NEW DEPARTMENT FOR STATE her maiden trip. ono should Inquire at tho Roosevelt UNIVERSITY will bo interesting to seo how long the matter is held up in the Tho Board of Trustees of headquarters and believe what Is Circuit Court of the Unjted States by injunction if this assessment tho Tlio "Titanic" was duo to arrive must lmvo prevailed. stands before the Board as now tentatively put forth. handed out to him, ho would get State University a Lexington voted Tho news received by wireless all In New York, Tuesday, but Instead an entirely different view, Senator last Friday to add a department of The newspapers speak of the matter as settled; as though it tho low survivors, mostly women and day 'Monday was to tho effect that post graduato work to the course of were fiual; but such is not the case. If, however, the democratic par. Dixon's figures being as follows: will reach that city posslb- - tho huge ship was disabled by her children, ty through the franchise board, makes good, and finally puts this asRoosevolt 21C; Taft 50; Cummins 4; study in the University; Graduate - contact with tho Ice mountain ly as lato as Friday on tho "Carpabut sessment through and collects the taxes due thereon, according to the LaFollctte 3G; Unlnstructed 94; Con- work has been done for somo time thla" which seems to hnvo been the was ln'lng towed to tho Newfound- assessment, then it will deserve well of the state and justify the peotested 1S9. These figures may bo In connection with various departsteamship to arrlvo at tho lutnl bankB where, sho would be first ments, but this work is now made ple who put it in power. We shall watch tho result with interest. taken with some salt. scene of thu disaster, having put benched, nil of her passengers Btid a rogular school. Every tax payer ought to watch it with interest, because if these corTALK OF COMPROMISE CANDIon all spwd In answer to tho wire- - crew being rescued by other ships porations ought to pay $700,000 more into the treasury of the State DATE which had answered the distress call. less distress signal S. O. S. TREE PLANTING ON THE CAPIthan they have heretofore been paying, then those iu high places Tho blttorness of tho contest be "Carpalhla" arrived, Hut, Monday night, tho waiting and tho When TOL GROUNDS have failed to do their duty to the people of the state. tween the President and howover, tho "Tltnnlc" had already anxious world was disillusioned and A tree from each county In tho H. C. Faulkner. and tho probability now that tho In state Is to be planted on tho Capitol sunk nnd tho survivors were taken .tho awful fact was mado known Uint structed delegates will bo nearly Grounds, according to present plans, llfo scarcely a third of those on board on board from tho scattered equally divided between tho two nt a day soon to bo fixed. Delegaboats Into which they had bc?n rush- wero saved. Is loading to considerable talk of tions from one hundred and twenty THE POWER OF PERSONALITY A few of thu notables on ed by tho crow. Tho fact that thoso board set to an old nnd forgotten tune. n compromise candidate, and Ex- - counties aro to visit Frankfort bringrescued am mostly women nnd chil- wero John Jacob Astor, Isadoro tho entertainment a short After li, Ven Indicates that good dlrclpllno Strauss, (5eo. D. Wldener, J. Druco reception was given to Mr. and Mrs. Address of Dr. Barton at Dr. Pear Governor Hughes, now Associate, Jus ing a tree to be planted. tice of tho United States Supremo son's Birthday Celebration. ismny, llenj. Guggenheim, Washing- Cablo at the President's house, to FIRC IN RICHMOND Court, Is prominently mentioned in ton ItolH'lIng nnd J. I). Thayer. which tho students and faculty cf A quick fire destroyed a big lumCONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE Dr. Uartcn began by reading tho that connection. to Color Is given Thoso persons are said to represont tho College department wero Invit ber yard, the L. and A. freight demessage of Dr. Pearsons to tho this suggestion by tho fact that wealth totaling $195,000,000. Asldo ed, following which Pres. Frost prespot and a number of loaded freight young peoplo of Bcrca, which may while Now York's delegates aro plain PAGE FIRST from these thero wero a number ented each student with a copy of cars at nichmond last Friday mornbo found In our editorial columns. ly for tho President, they go with Editorial. distinguished for other than their somo book. ing. Tho chief sufferers wero Blan-to- n Continuing ho spoko as follows: out dofinlto instructions. Titanic Disaster. wealth, notably W. T. Stead, tho and Congleton, lumber dealers, Tho next morning nt united chapel very glad to bo tho bearer "I am So far, however, this is only talk, In Our Own State. English Journalist, Archibald Butt, Mr. Cablo gavo an addrvss and tho railroad company. to tho of such a message to you. Dr. PearNews of tho Woek. Contlnur.1 on Pije Five President Tail's aide, Millet, U10 wholo student body dwelling on our Cabin In Ilerca Again. urtlst, ntul Henry II, Harris, Theatri- debt to government. "You would sons loves nil tho colleges ho has helped. Thero Is no ono of them ho Tower of Personality Dr. Ilarton. cal Manager. have to havo government," ho raid, loves nioro than this. Ho hoped to Mr. Henry Lengfellner, Tho "Titanic" was valued at White's Station, Ky. SECOND PAGE "or else thero would havo to bo ono and It Is thought that she of you to every fifteen hundred squaro spend his 91st birthday hero and when lierea, Ky. General Newi. Dear Sir: cairled down with her Jewels and miles that Is all tho land will sup- ho could not do so, and a cclobrntlon Tnft Itefonns In Postal Service. was arranged for him at Illnsdalo, aluablea worth another SIO.000,000. port If you aro savages Instead Enclosed find check. Mr. Morgan had to undergo a Miner's Welfare Causo of Tnft. f slight operation yesterday so asked me to write and tell you Tho details jf tho disaster will not what you or your children may hear nnd only ono college presldont could Sunday School Lesson, bo Invited to bo present In person, bo known until tho survivors reach that your charges were very reasonable, as he considers he has of some tlmo, fifteen hundred to every THIItl) PAGE port, and tho real horrorti of it will square mile." Ho further pointed out tho col logo honored by that Invitathe best job of guttering in the county, and many who have Kentucky Nows. tion was Bcrea College and tho speakseen the work say this also. I hope Mr. Morgan will be possibly never bo fully pictured. that tho Hlble is not a book of rules er whoso cloquenco thrilled us all Sermon. able to be up and out again in a week or ten days. but a book of principles, and that tho nnd brought nppreclatlvo tears to Markets. Yours truly, CABLE IN BEREA AGAIN great historic ralsuso of the Illblo tho oyes of Dr. Pearsons was our Temperance Notco. (Mrs. Harry Morgan) Julia Morgan has been tho habit of taking It os own President Frost. FOUimi PAGE Georgo W. Cable has visited a book of Inspired rules and no more. Mr. I have read you Dr. Pearsons' own Local Now, After tho address Mr. Cablo planted message: I need not try to add to Ileren again and given us entertainAuthority Against Tobacco. of tho library. ment and Instruction oven greater a tree south-cas- t It. Rather let mo speak of sonio lesFIFTH PAOB than on his previous visit just four 'Mr. Cablo has long been a friend of sons which such a llfo ns his illusSuch letters make hard work easy and drudgery a pleasure Y. M. C. A. Notes. months ago. llerea and first visited hero In tho trates. IJorca Tako3 First PrUo. Wednesday night, tho tenth, Mr. days of President Falrchlld. Ho does When you meet Dr, Pearsons you Cable read from his own writings not often give such treats and Do- - feel first of all that you aro dealing PAGE SIXTH Inrt of tlio story of Mary Illchllng ea has been doubly fortunate this with a forceful and potent personalSerial Story. Have your House Gutters and Tin Work reund all of tho fnBclnntlng story of year. ity. Ho succeeded In business, largo-l- y SEVENTH PAtJE Posson Jono. Mr. Cnblo's descriptive paired before you paint. becauso tho elements of success Ltvo Stock. nnd dramatic power Is best interpretwero Inherent In his personality. Couldn't Be a Poem. Hog Uhuto Made on Wheels. ed by himsolf, and tho audience was Do not let any ono think wo aro "I used to think she was a perfect 1'oik.t Hag Cooking. dollghtcd with his rendering and uppoem." "Well, Isn't slier "No; she's honoring him Just becauso ho accuPastry. lifted by tho moral of tho story. Ho not a poem at all." "Why not!" "She mulated wealth. Wo know not tho EIGHTH PAGE was heartily encored and gavo one has been anappod up and married by money but tho man. Wero ho a hun- Office Jackson St.; rear of Main. Phone 7 or 181. magaxlno editor." Houston Post Eastern Kentucky Now. 'of his own songs, "Do Lady's Wan," (Cuntlnutd ea rg Pitt) Largest Steamship Ever Built Sunk by Iceberg on First Voyage Gov-erno- u HENRY LENGFELLNER Pge A Two. DANGER AHEAD THE CITIZEN MINERS' WELFARE CAU E OF TAF Bureau of Mines Marks Grca April 18, 1912. family newspaper (or all that la right The Citizen true and Interettlng. fAFI MEN WIN OUT fifltTMHONAL rubllihed every Thursday at Derm, Ky. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. i. (Incorporated) P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. RIOT IN MICHIGAN CONVENTION MILITIA CALLED TO KEEP ORDER. siwrscnooi Lesson fTIy K. O. ROOSEVELT SUPPORTERS BOLT President Gets Kentucky Delegation-M- ew s Subscription Rates .... Thro Month! One year Hlx Month Step Forward. . . PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. ,1.M ft) as HKLt.f.nH, Director of Hven-In- if IVpirtment, The Moody Illble Institute ( Chlcnxo.) SAVES HUNDREDS OF LIVES Bond money by PoM-ofnc- o or tMpren Money Order, Draft. Hrwlstercd Itter, or York Democrats 8elect 00 to Baltimore Convention-Harm- ony Keynote of Big Meeting. City, LESSON FOrTAPRIL TWELVE. -1 21. MlsMnir numbers will bo gladly supplied K wo oxo notified. ow ana two cent ntanips. The flute niter your name on label bows to what WUo your sutncrlirtlon la paid. If It ti not cfruiRrd wtthtn Uirre weeks artrr renewal notify us. Fine premiums cheap, with new and prompt renewal. Bend for Premium list. Liberal terms given to any one who obtain new subscriptions for us. Any one endtne us four ycarlr snt.crlrthun can receive The Cltlren frco for himself for one year. Advertising- rates on application. MRMDEIt OP iMa flalalasssssssssssssH Discovery of Danger of Coal Dust lm portant Handling of Explosives Made Safer Government's Experimental Coal Mine. THE APPOINTING OF THE I.nSSON TKXT-J:"- KENTUCKY MIESS ASSOCIATION. Suggestion to baseball scribes: Why not predict a pennant winning team? Getting a kiss printed on a card Is about as satisfactory as getting one by wire The only way to live In security along tho Mexican border Is to live In cyclone cellar. New York Is to have a new building, but wjll still be far nway from heaven. y -- St. Louis Globe-Democra- March 28, 1912. AH hhrUhmb ipt rtrrtnmmn ill IN Ta Delegates Pledged to Taft. The delegates to the Republican national convention pledged to President Taft on Saturday, April 6, 1912, numbered 280, as i follows: 22 Alabama r i 'i a POSTAL SERVICE to 2 K states. The chief experimental sta 12 S tlon was established in Plttshtire Printing kisses on cards may be all 26 g where the Investigations of the prob fi Georgia right, hut It seems Hko a waste of the 20 2 Indiana lems entrusted to tho bureau hav country's natural resources. POSSIBLE 8 Iowa POSTAGE PENNY 8rf been prosecuted so successfully for Michigan 6 SJ nearly two years. A woman fashion dictator tells us 20 In tho year 1907, the moat dlsastrou j Mississippi that men ought to wear corsets. Evi- Economy and Efficiency In Admlnl 6 or an years In tho American S Missouri coal dently trying to reform mero man. tratlon Under Hitchcock Maka ft New Mexico 7 mino, 3,125 miners lost their lives Cheaper Postage Rates Immig New York 79 mis represented 4.86 men killed In tho glad springtime no team finnent Policies Should Be g Oklahoma 4 for every 1,000 employed. Jn coal ishes last In tho fall season It Is Philippines 2 Continued. mines In Europe less than two miners seat their temporary chairman, for found that some team must do so. South Carolina 16 are Killed out of every 1.000 emnlor. mer Secretary of tbo Navy Truman No branch of tho public service 16 Tennessee ed. As a result of the work conducted Newberry of Detroit Luther Durbank says that cactus Is cornea closer to the people than the S Virginia When tho Taft men were seen to bo 24 oy tne bureau of mines, and the wise bound to becomo popular as food. postofflce department. In this depart Itoosevelt use of an appropriation of $150,000 In absolute control, th. Many a man has become stuck on It ment tho T&ft administration has ac Total .280 maao ny congress, the death rate has forces went to another ball and held complished results which have rcn 3 Necessary for choice... own couvcntlon. Tbey named .539 alroady been reduced to practically their the following delegates at largo to tbo Thin men will be In fashion this dercd this service more efficient than one-naor wnat It was in 1907. year, according to the tailors, but fat at any other time In the bjstory of the One of the notable achievements of national convention: Gov. Chaso U men with fat bankrolls will be pass country. we Bureau or mines was the demon. Osborn, Charles Nichols, Detroit: By Sunday service by employes has In thorough accord with the policy able. stratlon of the fact that coal dust In brant Wossellus, Grand Haplds; II. K of economy and efficiency of the Taft been reduced to a minimum, with lit a bituminous mine Is moro danrernu- - Iloughey, Traverse City; Theodore tie objection from the patrons of the Sixty per cent, of the World's dia administration. Postmaster General and doadly than gas. It has been the Joslyn, Adrian; W. D. Gordon. Mid service. mond output Is absorbed In this coun Frank H. Hitchcock has put an end to oeiier, Heretofore, that gas or flr land. Reforms Under Way, The Taft delegation Is beaded by try. And this Is truo of other lux the annual deficit In the postofflce de Many other improvements have damp was tho greatest menace to the partment and made possible the serl McKay of Detroit The other uries. been made in the postal service dur miners, and little attention was given John D. ous consideration of further reforms ing President Taft's term of office. to the accumulation of coal dust. The five aro Capt. W. J. Richards, Crystal Falls; George P. Morley of Saginaw; Hookworm victims In the south are and Improvements, not the least lm such as shipment of in bureau of mines proved to being cured for $1.27 a head, but it portant of which Is the imminent pos carloads tho fast freight, periodicals re taction or tne miners as well the satis- - Fred A. Dlgglns, Cadillac; Eugene Kl by which has aa costs more than that to cure tho Ash' sibility of penny postage. Many oth duced the cost of transportation and tors that coal dust would einini onon field, Oay City, and William Judton tonic; It has great preservative quail-tieer reforms that have the support of expodited Ing fever. unllko fire damp, carried no warning Grand Itaplds. tho handling of It Is a great preventive against President Taft will be inaugurated mall, la, . Louisville. Ky. With tho election of and tho consolidation or the star ..left, u ert Keeping or dusty mines iu iuo four delegates at large, alternates nnd corruption, but Jesus adds. If salt If the weather man keeps up bis this year. Another term of the Taft routo and rural delivery services so wet, as recommended by the bureau nf the electors, the state Republican con loses its sallno quality It becomeH batting streak It will bo safe' to take administration would placo this $240, that It has been possible to establish mines, was round to reduce materially ventlon has adjourned without the like sny other earth; It has no disoff one's heavies In time to celebrate 000,000 business institution complete many now routes and to serve thou the chances of an explosion ly on a business basis. threatened bolt on the part of tho tinguishing essentlnl, characteristic. the Fourth of July. uusu At the beginning of tho present ad sands of additional patrons on exist Roosevelt faction, and President Taft Let not the Christian, who Is "the salt lng routos with little or no Increased Good Work of Bureau. of tie earth" lose his identity, loe deposed emperor of China gets ministration tho postal servlco was In cost. Out tho The The number of deaths in tho min. will have 23 tcctructcd votes in the his taltnesa and becomo Taft program of postal llko tho $2,000,000 a year, thereby rendering it arrears to the extent of $17,479,770.47, progress is not yet com has been greatly reduced as a roai.it national convention at Chicago, while world about him. If he does ho Is flt unnecessary for him to become an ap which was decidedly the largest de reform and president Is three will support tho former presl pleted. The urging con of tho testing of explosives under the dent. Tho four delegates ficit on record. Last year the reveprentice In a laundry. at large then only to bo trodden under the nues exceeded the expenditures by gress to adopt legislation for the re uireciion or tne Dureau of mines. In are: United States Senator William foot of man. These disciples are to bo adjustment of postage rates on mo year rjus tbo coal lines In h O. Oradlcy, Judge James U. Ilrcathltt, tho light of tho world. It is a good Inhabitants of Mars, we are told $219,118.12. The wiping out of the deficit has basis of cost, which will eventually unnea states used two m lllon nn.,n,. Hopkinsvlllo; W. I). Cochran. Mays thing to preserve, to purify, to clennse, have hugo heads and spindle legs. t permit rate on letter of short flamo explosives, and nt pres. Tbey do not differ materially from a been accomplished without any cur mall. Aof a vino, and J. Edward wood, a negro but it Is a greater thing to energize, project also is under way for uui uany seven umcs mat quantity to direct, to lend. tailment of facilities. On tho con giving good many earth beings. to village communities the Is being used with greater safety, due preacher from Danville. trary, there has been established 3,744 How Men Are Saved. New ork. On a strong platform. saraa free delivery of mall that is now iu iae or tne coal oner. which also has tbo by carrier A St. Louis scientist found nearly new poatoffices. delivery merit of brevity, These apostles camo from many enjoyed by cities and tho rural popu iura auu mo Dureau or mines. has been provided in 186 additional 6,000,000 bacteria In a supposedly New York's 90 delegates to the Haiti walks in life and represent vnrled temlatlon. Tho establishment of an moro couvcntlon were selected by the peraments. Tho aggrcsslvo Peter nnd fresh egg. An egg. it seems, is Inno cities, and 2.516 new rural routes, ag The establishment of a domestic mental coal mine at Hrueetnwn gregatlng 60,679 miles, have been auDemocratic stato convention at Ter the other "son of thunder" who would cent until It is proven guilty. thorised. Meanwhile (be forco of pos parcel post has received the earnest twelvo miles from Pittsburg. Is still race Garden in record time and amid call down flro upon those who walked consideration of the president. In anomer notanio achievement nf th, tho most New York has "a dead line" that tal employes has been Increased by somo branches of marked conditions of all not with Jesus. The reflectiro cau the delivery serv of crooks must not cross, and every oth' more than 8,000, and last year the ice, notably the rural and city dellv bureau in mines. It places the t?nin.i around harmony. tious Thomas, tho plotting practical States advance of other nation. Following nro the delegates at large, or town will soon need one In order total amount expended for salaries cry routes, tho equipment now neceswith respect to this research and nr. or "big four," who wilt represent tho Judas, "who also betrayed him." was approximately $14,000,000 greater to keep up with tho procession. These are the men who nr pent sary is sufficient than two years ago. The averago an transportation of for tho additional ponmentai worK in mines. Numerous New iork Democracy nt the national somo as public heralds (John forth. 1:36) considerable mer tests are made at this experimental conclave: Is made directly from grass. nual salary has boon Increased from Ilutter nnd somo by personal chandiso solicitation says a scientist. Some that wo are $869 to $967 for rural carriers, from oxpenso. with little or no increase in mine, from which many excellent rn. Dolcgatcs United States Senator (Jas. 1:41) to win yet other followers. A getting these days tastes as though It $979 to $1,082 for post office clerks, enablo the system thus limited would suits arc oniainea. O'Gorman, Governor Dtx, Alton llrooks Men aro saved through saved men government to render an Still nnother Important work which Parker and Cbnrlcs from $1,021 to $1,084 for city letter were made directly from excelsior. Francis Murphy. and those whom ho sends forth aro Important service to many millions of Is conducted under tho ausnleos nf carriers, and from $1,161, to $1,183 for people thoso who havo first learned to foland to determine from the bureau of mines is tho rescue of th.Horse flesh, according to a French railway postal clorks. Thus a marked viewpoint enlow. Their work Is mado permanent of tavant. Is tho proper diet for tuber extension of tho postal service and most desirable actual experience the lomuou miners. mnce the creation of TRUNK CONCERN IS BANKRUPT only as they "abide" In him. manner of extending it. the bureau many hundreds of dod cular patients, but we suspect that Increased compensation for its em' lives wants the hearing car, tho President Taft, be Is merely Indulging In a little borse ploycs hare gone hand in hand with a urgently recommendedaccordingly, has havo been saved. At the b!r mining Romadka Brothers Company Falla heart and the confessing believing to congress the disaster in Ohio ono of mouth for $200,000 Wlfe'a Disgrace Is vanishing deficit play. tho mora. 10:14). adoption of the necessary legislation, corps or tne bureau of mines rescue Back of Trouble. Postal Banks Great Success. arrival present the issue clearly, three at the sceno thirty-twThose whom Jesus sends nro to of. lly persistent effort the present Re and to hours after Tho bens and tho baseball players Milwaukee. Tho Itnmnrfkn n.i). fer his kingdom to men not to force men were re. publican administration secured the Items of $60,000 each havo been in tne disaster, inreo aro all optimistic at this season of It upon them. They must expect to passage on Juno 26, 1919, of the act eluded In the estimates of the postal cued who had been given up as dead era comnanv. n trunk innnnfnti.,i tho year. service by Postmaster Qenoral Hitch and allowed to remain in tho concern, was thrown Into Involuntary be received as ho was received and creating the postal savings system. mine. how thnt shall be ho plainly foretells cock, two to cover the Initial expense Wireless messages are now radio- wtiicn is now in operation at prac of introducing tne parcel post on rural At another time ono man was found" bankruptcy upon tno claims of three tainii. loi. Their work shall i.rlni. grams. Out they will contlnuo to cost tlcally all tho 7,600 presidential post routes and in tho city delivery serv alive among 150 dead, and today he Is New York creditors. Oack of the varlanco upon enrth, yes even among the sole survivor of that terrible ca financial trouble Is the scanilnt offices. Preparations are being: made Just as much. for Its extension to 40,000 fourth- - ice, respectively, and the third to tastropho duo to tho splendid work of nroso when Evelyn, then wife of c. J. those of the samo family, but the man cost of an Investigation look tho rescut. corps. Romadka, one of the brothers, was ar- who refuses to go. to tnko up this It Is confidently meet tho A New York woman died after a class postofflcea. cross, is none of his, "Is not worthy rested some years aca In rhlii,n Before tho bureau of mines wn anticipated that the deposits at the ing to the final extension of the serv complexion treatment, but what the to the railways and other trans made possible by of me." close of the present fiscal year will Ice the Interest of Rn accomplice In crlmo of n negro. women want to know is whether the Jesus saw plainly that tho vtrlnri aro Known to total about aggregate $50,000,000, and that tho in portation lines. Taft, which was follows President uiaims treatment really benefited her comby the necessary legislation for its es- $200,000 and tho firm has assets esti- of his kingdom are often hindered come of the system will bo sufficient plexion. Dr. Wiley 8upperta Taft. rumcr man helped by the iirewno- to pay nil operating expenses. i Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, who quite re tablishment, there was no organized mated at about $100,000 In ml, mi of great crowds (v. 12). Under President Taft tho postofflce cently resigned as chief chemist of the effort in saving the lives of entombed real estate That Americans keep their flats too Why send out Judas? Undmi.terfi warm Is the complaint of another vis- department has engaged in an aggres- department of agriculture, when In miners, rime ana again, men havo bo had all the desired Qualifications Flee Mexican Rail BtHke. iting Orlton, who thus secures the sive crusado against tho fraudulent Cincinnati several days ago, made tho sacrificed their lives in vain attempts Washington. to rescue tholr companions. Antlrlnatlnif n ii....-- . for leadership, and chosen as he was bearty approbation of the landlords uso of the malls. Last year tho In- following statement: This un. tho spectors Investigated many cases Inand janitors. President Taft Is the one man who necessary sacrifice of life has been on In entire railway system in Mexl-c- that bo "might bo with him" he need volving the salo of worthless stock in toVd between me and a few days, Americans aro leav- not have hardened his heart, of thn destruction at topped by tne brincln The ninth husband of an Oregon imaginary mining companies and oth- Washington. When efforts wcro being state authorities with the fedoral res. ing Mexico City In larco numWn no. upon himself the greater coudemna. er fictitious concerns. There were al- made to 'assassinate me,' Taft proved cuers uttached tQ the bureau of mines cording to advices to the state depart- woman has filed a cross suit for dithree-follion. work for vorce, alleging that his wife already together 629 Indictments and 184 con- my only protector, He stood by me An investigation of tho fuel resources ment. ino striKo on tho National rail- theso Jesus had a disciples: (1) to preach; 2) ought to be convinced now that worn victions with but twelve acquittals. and I cm grateful to him. I hope ho of the United States Is also being way is set for next Monday, April 15. to heal; (3) to cast out demons The other cases are pending. The con will be an is made with a view of checking tho president." note tho spiritual need Is the foremn.r 6hot by Mistake; May Die. victed swindlers bad defrauded the wasto, and Increasing the efficiency one. Then comes tho ministry of Los Angeles. Cat. When nmnii,. . From all over comes the news of the with which fuel is used. This latter A Judge in Philadelphia holds that peoplo of many millions of dollars. A a woman has a right to go through great number of similar concerns solidification of the Taft forces for the phase of tbo work Is a part of the assist his brother, who had been a vic- healing, to Invert tho order Ii to pre. ber husband's pockets. We are led have gone out of business owing to mighty polling of sentiment that will practical conservation policy at the tim of hold up men. T. E. Yaudla was vent tho teaching of tho Oook. Aa to tue third it Is evident it was some-thin- g mistaken for a robber hem n.i to suspect that tho Judge Is cither the rleld enforcement of tho law, show Roosevelt never bad a chance. Taft administration. ' perhaps fatally, by an officer. different than disease unmarried or henpecked. Uneasy lies tho head that Is trying figure somo way to pay for friend wife's Easter hat. Government's Biggest Business ll.,l. JJ Colorado Concern Now Rim on ModDistrict of ern Basis. s Florida ih 8 Columbia The saving of many lives annually the lives of minora throughout tho united States will bo ona of tho splendid results that will follow th establishment of the bureau of mines, ono of tho groat achievements In the Interest of labor by the administration of President Taft Tho formation of this buroau is llkewiao a notable achievement, and will provo lng In Its effects to a class of wage' earners which has been in great need or somo practical relief. The excessive and unnecessary loss of llfo In the mines of this country was ono of the primary causes for th crcniion or mis bureau. For years hundreds of miners were killed In mine disasters, and nractleallv noth Ing was done to check tho terrible loss of llfo. Tbore was also need for an In vestigation to determlno what could be dono In tho way of handling th high explosives, as well aa to improve tho conditions under which tho men worked. Spurred on by President Taft. an act creating the bureau of mines wa passed by congress and became effec' tivo on July 1, mo. John A. Holmes of tho United States geological sud vey, was appointed as the first direct or. Mr. Holmes was renuted and cer. tlfted to bo the best trained man for tho place obtainable In tho United t Mich. Tho llooiovolt forces, after a riot on the Boor, entrance to which was guarded by n company or tho atato inllltln, benten In tnelr attempt to control tho preliminary organization and to scat their delegates, withdrew from the llcpub-llcahere, held n atnto convention convention and named six delegates at large to tho national convention, Itoosevelt icadors announced thnt they will carry tho question of tha disputed delegates to the national body. Many Itoosevelt men, who entered (he convention hnll through transoms, were ejected hy tho pollco and private detectives, and when ono itoosevelt supporter, W. D. Uordon of Midland, reached tho platform and attempted to mako a speech, he was thrown to tho floor by J, F. Crcmcr, a Taft man, Tho pollco and mllltla kept back n hundred men who attempted to tnki part In tho physical encounter thai resulted, whllo former Senator Albert J. Ocvorldgo of Indiana was swept back from his scat After waiting three hours to make a speech, Mr. Ileverldgo announced that ho would decline to do so, as two conventions were being held. He took tho position thnt he should not decide tbo legality of cither body. The opening net In tho turbulent meeting took placo under guard of members of Company 11 of tbo Michigan National Uunrd, which bad been t called out after conferences failed to dovelop any sign of pcaco. While the mllltla held the front entrance to tho armory against a crowd of 1,800 delegates and contested delegates, members of tho state central commlttco, headed, by Acting Chair man Itobert tl. Shields of Houghton woro admitted through a sldo cn trnnco. Whllo the Taft forces held the arm ory In this manner, Itoosevelt leaders conferred at n downtown hotel and prepared to go to the convention nnd Oay TIIXT "Ye did not ehooas mr, but I choso you, and appointed you. Hint ye so and bear fruit" John 15:15 II(lOI.lM'.K (It V.). and Matt 8:11 u Things do not happen In tho realm of religion, they como to pass. No mnn can nlono accomplish nny great task. Every great leader lias been blessed by ono or moro equally great helpers. Luther hnd his Melancthon; Wesley had bis brother Charles, Vhlt field and others; Moody had Whittle, nilss, Sankey and moro. Thcsu lenders but followed "In his steps." Jesus' ministry mado him rery much observed and at tho aamo time greatly multiplied his duties nnd burdens. When, therefore, ho choso theno disciples ho desired not only to obtain help nnd to begin to tench those who were nflerward to tako up his work, but llko every other net, ho to teach A lesson to those wbo. were so carefully observing bis life. So It was thnt tho significant number of twelve, corresponding to tho twelvo tribes, nt onco confirmed bis assumption of tho Mcsslnhshlp. This meant thnt in him thoso wondrous prophecies wcro being fulfilled, nnd It also served to stlmulato those uion whom tho cholco fell. Moe who led this peoplo out of Egypt hnd to b helped (Ex. 18:17-24- ) In his work and a greater who Is to found a new kingdom calls about him tho-- o who shall do a greater work than merely Why greater? to Judgo tho people. Ilccauso they are not only to. Judpe results but aro to change results by altering causes. They nro to hnvo power over demons even as the Master, for evil has no rights. The sourco of their power Is to bn Jesus for he Is to bo "with them" power and protection as well. So with us. (Matt. 2820.) Their power Is to grow with usage, for we learn by doing, heneo ho sends them forth. Some Things It Teaches and Why. This lesson Is different from our previous one whero Jesus first railed his disciples. Luke tells us thnt these twelvo wero selected from among tho rest of tho disciples. Tho groater, nearncss nnd moro extended authority of these "messengers" called upon them greater testings than tho others who were disciples or "learners." Matthew tetls us what Jesus said Is to bo the character of his representatives He likens them to salt and to a light. "Nothing Is better for the whole body than salt nnd sun" were the words of Pliny. Salt Is a great cleansing agency; It Is n strong do-sirs; first-clas- s one-cen- nnrt o hh o d fickle-minde- April IS, 1912. THE CITIZEN MOVEMENT FOR BETTER ROAD8. Page Tkree." LARGE AREA COVERED KY. WOMAN FOR FROM OLD KENTUCKY Rev. Leslie H. Hud Owenshoro. son, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, died of a complication of diseases after a short illness. Horsemen from all over Carlisle. this section are attending tho annual county horse show. Tho Nicholas show was ono of the best ever held hore. - If RESEARCH WORK MISS VIRGINIA RODINSON OF WILL LOUISVILLE LOOK UP CRIMINAL PREDILICTIONB. Muhlenberg and Other Counties Showing Interest in Highways. Orccnvlllo. Tho road question In Muhlenberg county and tho proposition of better streets In Croenvllle are the topics of Interest hero. Muhl enberg county roads aro almost In places and tho farmers of tho county aro beginning to reallzo that tho largo sums of money that have hcrctoforo been spent in road grading have been annual losses of that much of tho county's revenue and arc beginning to ndvocato metal roads. Tho Illinois Central railroad agreed to build ono and miles of model road If tho county will secure tho right of way, thereby eliminating somo dangerous road crossing', and It la thought that the county court will be brought to sco a goldon opportunity and will tako advantago of tho fact which would cnablo tho county to havo somo four or five miles of model road built at comparatively small cost. The city of Greenville has tho advantago of a now act of tho legislature enabling ttho city council to order the street constructed at the cost of tho property owners, thereby Insuring good streets, the majoilty of the property owners being In favor of the new Inw, An effort will be made to have tho principal streets of tho city reconstructed and some now ones one-half The Fruit of Faith By Rev. James M. Cray, D. D. Drto oi Moodr EbhtnitiuM, CUuia" BREAKING OF LEVY AT PANTHER FOREST INUNDATES 8IXTY Berea . Printing School Department of Berea College (The Citizen is a specimen of our work.) PRINTS HEADS, HAND-DILL- TOWN3HIPS. Two Hundred Square Miles of Rich Farming Land In Arkansas and Mississippi Under Water. Memphis, hundred Tcnn. Two square miles of rich farming land and RAILROAD MAN GOES ABROAD LETTER- J. E. Wllloughby of the L. & N. Silled for Haiti for New Job Former Kentucky Woman Educator Investigate! System. toulHville. Special advices from New York nay that Mis VlrRlnla P. Rohlnson of Loulsvllln has arrived ttiero to assist In tho research of criminal psychology that Is brhiR inailo at the lied ford reformatory. Miss Rohlnson is president of tho Woman Suffrage association and was to appointed ono of tho coinmittco conduct tho research that wilt last through tho summer. John I). Ilocke-felle- r l ono of the men ho arc back of the Idea. Miss Itoblnson will re main In tho metropolis until fall. Kllzabothtown. Tho Itcv. K. J. Fenstormacher Is conducting n successTEXT Therefore belnir Justified by ful revival at the Christian churc'j, faith, w havn peace with Clod throuch thc.ro having been nine additions up to our Lord, Jesus Christ. By whom also we liavo access by fAlth tho present tlmo. Into this we Ellzabethtown. James Lilly, 18, of near Kastvlew, this county, accidentally shot himself In the stomach while manipulating a revolver. He Is In a critical condition. After spending several days In the East, J. H. WllloiiRhby of Ioulsvllle, for 20 j'eara chief engineer of construction of tho ioulsvllle & Nashthe ville railroad, sailed aboard Oceania for the West Indies, vbcre lie has accepted tho position of to tho president of the rilb-beaConstruction company In lUItl. The Caribbean company Is" nt present constructing a railroad In Haiti and upon his arrival In tho Inland Mr. Wllloughby will assume full charge of nil the constructing' work of tho company In Haiti. Mr. Wllloughby Is recognized as ono of the most capable engineers of rnllrond construction in the country and his many friends In Kentucky will bo pleased to hear of Ills new appointment. Miss Patty Hill, formerly of Ixiuls-vlllbut now nttached to Teachers' college. Columbia university In New York, has been chosen by the university to Investigate tho Montessorl system of primary education In foreign cities. Accompnnled by Miss Annie K. Moore, another former Loulsvllllan, built this year, i INTERURBAN OFFER. Mayor Gruber Urges Its Acceptance by Shelbyvllle. Shclbyvllle. The agitation for tho extension of the Louisville & Intcrur- ban electric road through Main street to tho eastern limits of tho city was revived by Mayor flruber In a communication made to tho board of coun cil. In which he strongly urged that body to grant thc.rlgut of way for tho sum of 115,000, which ho said ho had satisfactory assurance tho company Is still willing to pay for the concession. The mayor prefaced his recommenda tion by a statement of the condition of the main thoroughfare, which he de nounced as a dlsgraco to tho city. Tho present annual expenditure of $5,000 for the maintenance of the street, ho declared. Is equivalent to pouring that amount of money into a mud hole. Ho could seu but ono sane plan to pursue, which Is to pave Main street from end York for to end. The estimated cost for that fiho will sail from New Homo In May and while abroad wilt part not so constructed already Is visit tho public schools In 540,000. Two methods of raising the Home, Paris and Switzerland. money nro presented: ono by submitting a bond Issue to a vote of tho people, which would entail a year's delay: MAMMOTH TODACCO SOCIETY. the other by accepting tho $15,000 ofSite for New fered by the I. & I., adding to It tho Secures Twelve-Acr$5,000 annually appropriated for reFactory at LexInQton. pairs ,nnd borrowing tho remaining Hurley Tobacco $20,000, which ho said could be seLoxlngton. Tho company, through Its executive com- cured on the note of tho city, aud the mittee, has closed a deal with Mrs. wor kbegln at once. 'n., for K. II. Chcnault of Richmond. a site for a mammoth tobacco fac- PATROLMAN ASKED TO RETIRE. tory, Kales warehouse, storage houses, administration building, etc. Howling Green. Mayor O. B. Town-senTho site embraces 12 acres, fronthas asked Patrolman James 11. ing COO feet on South Ilroadwny and Compton and Elliott Carroll for their running back to tho Cincinnati South- resignations, to take effect at once. ern railway tracks. It Is at present Tho mayor charges drunkenness, failoccupied by Oeorgo P. Spraguo In tho ure to make arrests of persons when operation of High Oaks sanitarium. Intoxicated and other charges. Tho The price to Mrs. Chennult was J30.-00- patrolmen will fight the cases beforo and Dr. Sprague was paid a tho city council at tho next regular bonus of J8.000 for his eight years meeting. This action on tho mayor's lease. part camo as a surprise. Patrolmen Dr. Spraguo will build a new sani- Compton and Carroll were sworn In tract half a mile last January. tarium on an from the city limits, on tho Harrods-burpike, which Is tho extension of ROAD BUILDING RENEWED. South Ilrondway. President Lehus said that tho bur-leaiasgow. Work on tho Central Lincompany will begin work on Its coln road was suspended last Decemplant about May 1. The cost will bo ber on account of bad weather, but approximately 1500,000. It Is ru- with spring comes renewed activity Tobncco along tho line In many counties. Tho mored that the American company will also put up a factory In fiscal court of Hart county has apLexington. propriated $5,000 to be used on this road. HAS RACE WITH DEATH. PETITION IN BANKRUPTCY. Fulton. Allison Tyler, a wealthy Cadiz. W. P. Hurrow, who conplantation owner of this county who was In chnrge of that part of tho gov- ducted a gtoccry hero for tho last six bankernment levco which broko below months, has filed a petition in Fadu-cah- . Hickman, camo to Kulton. Tylorwas ruptcy in the federal court rt His assets aro given at $400, eating his supper when ho heard threo shots fired In rapid succession. with liabilities of $550. Most of the This was tho danger signal agreed creditors aro wholcsalo grocers. upon. Hushing to tho levee, he saw FIRE DESTROYS STORE. his men madly at work, throwing sacks around a space not more than general merTho Nlcnolasvllle. a foot wldo whero tho water had broken over tho top of tho levee. Sud- chandise store of Samuel Hoyse, north denly tho water seomod to leap al- of hero, was burned, both the building most three feet over tho top and In and contents being destroyed. The tho twinkling of an oye 15 feet of tho origin of tho flro is not known. The dam gavo way and tho tldo ruBhcd loss Is about $1,500, partly covered Ly through with terrlflo forco. InBuranco. n e d g y PLEADED HOMICIDE. Maysvllle. Jacob Lovo, aged 30, was acquitted of killing Klljworth Huron hero last October. Lovo pleaded justlllabla homicide, claiming that Huron threatened him and started a fight without any provocation on his part. During tho trial, Lovo's wlfo homo Is at at bosldo him. Covington and ho was hero vloltlng his parents ct tho time of tho killing. zens aro making an effort to raise enough money by prlrato subscription to build a plko from hero to tho Lincoln county line. Tho county has already agreed to give $1,000 a mile for that purpose. Although tho potltlon has just started rccoutly, moro than $2,000 tins been subscribed and It Is bcllovd that In a very short tlmo tho entlro amount needed, about $10,000, will bo had. CONVICTED OF FORGERY. Somerset. Several Somorsct citi- LEFT LlMD AMPUTATED. West Point. Mrs. Hello Damson, who has been In ill health for many months, suffering from necrosis, was compelled to submit to amputation of tho left leg aliovo tho knee. Winchester. In tho circuit court, J. A. Crews was convicted on two charges of forgery and was given from ono to five years la the tfonlteuT tlary on each charge. Charlos Johnson pleaded guilty to breaklug Into a Whltosburg. Tho Consolidation saloon and robbing tho cash drawer Coal compnny has bought 76 acres of und was given a similar sentence coal Innda near Jenklna for $19,700. Shorty Thomas was given tho samo This Is at the rate of u little moro sentence for robbery. Frank Taylor than $25v au sere perhaps tho larg- will be tried for tho murder of John est price ever paid for mountain cool Delanoy at a logging camp last sum uier. lands. Nlcholasvllle. An ordinance was passed by tho council relating to I. Tho first fruit of faith Is JustlQ. chickens running outside of the prem ises of the owner and a flno of from cation, which menns not only that $1 to $5 will be assessed for each oftho bellover Is fense. forgiven of his sins, but that he Is regarded 1 n Winchester. Tho suit of N. J. sight as God's Powell agaln.it the Lettngton & East though bo had ern railroad Is on trial In the circuit never sinned. court. Ho uaks for $5,000 damages Captain Dreyfus, for Injuries which, ho nllcges, wero tho French officer, duo to tho carelessness of thoso In was pardoned by charge of a train. tho president of tho French repubCadiz. W. P. Hurrow, who con lic, and set at libducted a grocery hero for the lazt erty, ho but In six months, lias filed a petition sought another bankruptcy In tho federal court at trial In order to Pnducnh. His assets are given at securo Justifica$100. with liabilities of $550. Most of tion In tho eyes tho creditors are wholesale grocers. of Franco nnd tho whole world. He demanded it, however, on tho receipts of ground of his Innocence, whllo the Ellzabethtown. Tho tho Ellzabethtown postofllce at the Christian believer receives It as an close of the fiscal year, March 31, net of freo graco on tho ground of amounted to $6,871, an Increase of Christ's work In his behalf. $200 over last year. Tho money order With receipts of tho ofllco have doubled Peace "Being God and the Peace of God, II. Justified by fnlth, therewithin the last four years. fore, wo havo peace with God." This Nlcholasvllle. The general mer is tho second fruit of faith. The apostle chandise More of Samuel Iloysc, north "of" does Jiot say wo havo the peaco God. The ono Is a condition, tho of here, was burm-d- , both the building being destroyed. Tho other an experience of that condition. nnd contents origin of the fire Is not known. The The moment a man accepts Jesus loss Is about $1,500, partly covered by Christ as bis Saviour, ho comes Into a stato of peace with 'God, where all Insurance. enmity Is put away, and be Is no longer abiding under wrath or condemnaCarlisle Work was begun on the tion for his sin. It may tako him new city hall to be erected here. Tho some time contract was recently let to Elliott this through to realize or apprehend tho weakness of his faith, Colllvcr of this city. The hall is to bo but it Is n fact nevertheless, and tho two stories In height and will be built sooner bo grasps It by faith, the soonof pressed brick, trimmed with Bed er will ho corao to experience It, and ford stone. know tho peaco of God which passeth all understanding. Maysvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Charles III. Hut as tho of being JustiPaul of this city will celebrate their fied, tho believed result only has peaco not golden wedding anniversary. They with God, but "access" unto God, as were married April 22, 1SS2, In Ma- the npostlo says. Sometimes when wo son county, five miles from this city, "make up" with a man after being at by tho Hov. Dr. Dalley of Mt. Jollct, varlanco with him, wo try nevertheand with the exception of two years less to keep htm at arm's length. Not have lived In this county continuously. so In tho caso of God's reconciliation to us. He permits us to como Into Maysvllle. The , freight wreck on tho closest friendship and fellowship C. & O., six miles cast of here, with him the In Christ. It wero as though proved to bo serious, as it took the ho Invited us to sit down at his table It. wrecking crew all day to clear and break bread with him. Wo aro Trafllc was closed about seven hours. now entirely at one with him. Tho two fast passenger trains, ono Reasons for Rejoicing. for the East and one for tho West, IV. And not only havo wo access, wero held. but "rejoicing." Thero aro three Howling Green. Tho Warren coun- things for tho believer to rejolco in. tho ty fiscal, court nuthorlzed County At- In the first place, he rejoices "inhopo torney Charles Drnko to oppose tho hope of glory." That Is, In tho seeing God's glory in tho face of mandamus proceedings filed against of rewhen he shall this body by tho county board of edu- Jesus Christ and the hopo of be vealed again, enter cation to forco tho court to ralso the lag Into that glory and partaking of it tax levy of 7V& cents on each $105 as one of tho redeemed ones. worth of taxable- property to 15 cents In tho second place, ho rejoices "In for school purposes. tribulations also," because as tho aposteaches, tho tribulation through Somerset. Tho members of tho tle which a Christian passes enlarges his Christian church of this city have experience of God as his comforter bought the lot on tho east side of ind deliverer. Main street known as the Howell This experience assures him ot property and will bjgln the construc- God's lovo for him and contributes to of a new church In the near fu- tho quickening and strengthening ot tion ture. The church will cost about his hopo concerning the greater com$15,000. fort and deliverance that is to come. I am a millionaire and promlso you a (TwensDoro. The Henderson high hundred thousand dollars at a certain school debating team, defending the time, and also promlso to help you negative sldo of tha question, out of every financial crisis which may that the initiative an refer- overtake you in tho meantime. Now endum should bo adopted by' the such financial crises come to bo restates," wou from Owensboro In de- garded by you as blessings in o bate at Owensboro'. John Rogers and every if I keep my promlso Miss Nancy Dorsey composed tho time. In other words, the fulfillment Henderson debating team: C. Clark, ot the minor promise on each occaO. Holrk and J. C. Jenkins repre- sion furnishes an additional cvldenco sented Owensboro. of the ultimate fulfillment ot the major ono. This is tho meaning here. Paris. Tho Bourbon county fiscal V. Finally, the truo bellevor comes court fixed tho county tax levy for to rejolco in Ood himself, for to tho 1912 at 50 cents on each $100 worth verses of our text we may add tho of property subjoct to taxation for thought ot verso 11, which teaches that stato purposes, divided as follows: truth. This is tho acmo ot tho exCourthouse bonds and Interest on perience of tho Justified state, when same, G cents for turnpikes and we aro no longer occupied with tho brldgeB. 25 cents; for general pur- gifts, but tho giver. Tho lovo of God poses, 19 cejits. A poll tax of $1.60 for us Is so shed abroad in our hearts of 'the as moro and more wo trust in him, on each adult male citizen county was also levied. It was fur- that wo are no longor absorbed in tho thered ordered that on ad valorem blessings be bestows so much as wo tax of 10 cents be levied for school aro absorbed In blm. Wo come to purposes on all property outside of love blm at last not tor what he gives tho city of Paris and tho Little Rock but for what ho is. graded common school district. These are some of the blessed fruits Who of our faith in Jesus Christ Charles Davis, pub- would not covot them if they aro real! Darbourvlllo. lisher of the Kentucky Odd Fellow, Who would not desire to be right with has God, to bo at peaco with him, to havo. now issued from Louisville, leased the plant of tho People's News, conscious accoss unto him, to rejoice: In relationship with him every day? in this city. The Ioulsvlle publicaBut why not try it they are real! tion probably will be Issued from this point. Tho local publication will be Why not "tasto and see that the Lord is good!" Why not In tho quiet of contlnuod as a Democratic organ. your heart Just now, recelvo Jesus Lancas.tor. A number of Garrard Christ as your Saviour, and ask God farmers have sustained severe losses to give you his Holy Spirit to make from cholora among their swine. theso things real? God will bear this Many others are vncclnatlng their prayer as you keep asking him, for h lover und wauls to blest you in his hogs as a precaution acalnat the 5:1-1"Ho-solve- workrth patience. And patience, experience; and experience, hope: And hope maketh not ashamed; the love of Ood Is shed abroad In our hearts by the Holy rjhost which Is (riven unto us. Itomani stand, and tc RTice wherein In hopo of the glory of Ood. And not only so, but we glory In trlbu-Uttoalaol knowing-- that tribulation sa REPORTS, SERMONS AND BOOKS IN THE BEST several prosperous towns In Arkansas are suffering from MANNER, AND and Mississippi AT LOWEST floods, following tho breaking of the PRICES. Mississippi river levee at Panther For est, 19 miles above Greenville. Your patronago ( ufte4 to htl Sixty townships In Chicot, East Ash students, and to Insure ley, Drew and Droshe counties In Arkansas, and East Carroll Parish, Lou- your getting your money's worth. isiana, are inundated. CALL AT THE OFFICE OR SEND Lake Village, with a population of 1,500, Is tho most Important town In ORDERS BY MAIL. YOU WILL GET tho water's path. ADTho crevasse will decrease tho strain SATISFACTION. TERMS CASIL on the cast bank nt Greenville, where DRESS It was feared a break would occur. Chicot county, which Is practically School covered, has a population of 22,000. CARDS, Berea Printing GUARD SECRETARY KNOX Havana Police Prevent Attack on Him By BEREA, KY. Anarchist. Houses to Rent To those who have children to edu- Havana. One of tho most brilliant functions of his tour was tendered to Secretary Knox here. Secretary Beau- pre was the secretary s host at a state dinner, nnd this was followed by a state department ball attended by Cuba's notables. Secretary. Knox spent tho morning walking about the city, accompanied by his aides, and In the afternoon mo tored 40 miles inland to Inspect a sugar plantation at Cabanas. Tho pollco are displaying tho great- set caution In providing the secretary with an adequate guard, owing to the arrival here tho other day of Fcllpo l.oston, an Anarchist from Tampa. American Conductor Killed. Mexico City, Mex. A passenger train on the Guanajato branch of the Mexican Central railroad was wrecked between Sllao and Marfll, by bandits, who opened fire on the crew and passengers from ambush. Conductor John Kane, an American, was killed: Engineer McFarlan was wounded in the arm and six passengers were slightly wounded. The express car was robbed, as were also the pas- cate and wish to reside in Berea for a longer or snorter time to enjoy It educational advantages, the College has a number of houses, large and small, some of them partly furnished, to rent on reasonable term. Address THE COLLEGE TREASURER BEREA, KY. THE Berea Hospital Nurse Training School of Berea College sengers. Blaze Costs $80,000. Richmond, Ky. The Flat Rock hoROOM HAS BEST OPERATING tel, tho Louisville & Atlantic Railroad Co. passenger and freight depot full AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES of freight, and nine boxcars, also filled, were burned with a loss of $50,- - FOR CARE OF A LIMITED NUMBER 000, and damago dono to Hlanton & OP PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREAT Congleton's lumber yard amounted to MENT GREATLY INCREASES PROS$30,000. PECTS OK RECOVERY. For Election Frauds. Sistcrsvllle, W. Vn. Ten election who participated In commissioners, the municipal election here March 28, were arrested on charges of fallsfying election returns, preferred by Prosecuting Atto-ne- y K. C. Moore. All were released ou bonds of $1,500 each. Rates One Dollar a day and up. Bond for prompt payment roquired. For further particulars address THE BEREA HOSPITAL1 BEREA, KY. CINCINNATI Corn No. 2 MARKETS 3 Wheat No. 2 red I1.0GG1.0S. No. red $1.02ij)l.O4, No. 4 red 90c$l. white 8283c, No. white 8384c. No. 3 4 white 7981c. No. 3 yellow 80Slc. No. 4 yellow 7779c. No. 2 mixed Sl82c. No. 3 mixed 79 80c. No. 4 mixed 76078&c, mixed ear 828Gc, yellow car 86089c, white car 82086c. Oats No. 2 white ard white 59059UC, No. No. 4 white 5658c, No. 2 mixed 570 BSiic, No. 3 mixed 58058!zc, No. 4. mixed Hay No. 1 timothy $30031, No. 2 timothy $29029.50. No. 3 timothy $25' 026, No. .1 clover mixed $27 027.50,, clover mixed 25.5O026, No. 1 clover $27027.50, No. 2 clover $25.50 026. Cattle Active and steady at Wednesday's prices. Shippers $5.7507.15, choice to extra $7.25 07.50; butcher steers, extra $6.7507.15, good to choice to fair $4,500 $5.6006.50, common 5.50; heifers, extra $6.75 0 7, good to choice $5.7506.65, common to fair cows, extra $5.6005.85, $3.5005.50; good to choice $4.7505.50, common to fair $2.2504.50; canncrs $203. Hulls Steady. Hologna $4.7505.60, fat bulls $5.5006. Calves Slow and weak. Extra $7.70 08, fair to good $607.50, common and largo $407.25. Hogs Slow; packers strong to 5c hlghor: light shippers and pigs steady. Heavy hogs $7.8507.90, good to choice packers and butchers J7.5W7.S0, mix ed packers $7.65 07.85, stags $4 05.75, common to choice heavy fat sows $5 07. oxtra $7.10. light shippers 6.4O0 7.40; pigs (110 lbs. nnd less) $5.25 59&59c, stand3 white 68c, 5537c. $5.25, good to to fair cholco $4.7505.15, common $2.5004.50: Lambs Steady. Extra $7.25, good to choice $6.75 07.15, common to fair $5.5006.50, spring lambs $9014, year lings $5.5006.25. 06.25. Sheep Steady. Extra ad. is directed at the who has all the business in his line in this community. I Mr. Merchant You say you've got it all. You're selling them all they'll buy, anyhow. But at the same time you would like more business. J Make this community buy more. J Advertise strongly, consistently, Judiciously. J Suppose you can buy a lot of washtubs cheap; advertise a big washtub sale in this paper. Put in an inviting picture of a washtub where people can see it the minute they look at your ad. Talk And strong on washtubs. you'll find every woman in this vicinity who has been getting along with a rickety washtub for years and years will buy a new one from you. J That's creative business power. THIS OURj AD. RATES ARE RIOHT CALL ON US Bodv la Moved. Now York. Tho body of Alfred Tennyson Dickens, son of Charles Dickens, tho novelist, was removed from tho receiving vault In Trinity cemetery, Ono Hundred nnd Fifty-thirstreet und Amsterdam avenue, to a gravo that had been donatod by tho The coffin bore Trinity Corporation. a gold name plate and floral offerings from 'different branches of the Dickens Fellowship. The gravo was lined Rev. Dr. William P. with ovorgrcens. Manning, rector ot Trinity, read the d u:op;riu, ixs, bj vf. N. uj TRADE MORAL Tho quality ! what you have to sell is known to somo people all of the tlma and all of tho peoplo some of the time, but advertlso regularly with U3 and you'll reach all of the peoplo all of tho tim service. Page Four. a o THE CITIZEN. 2 TAX NOTICE Tho city taxes for 1912 aro now duo and tho public Is hereby notified to bo ready to mako payment at an early dato. Tho 6 per cent penalty will bo enforced after Aug. 1st. W. L. Harrison, City Marshal. U, D, ANNIVERSARY Tho young ladles of tho UUlo Dulco Lltcrnry Society gavo their nnnlver-nr- y entertainment, Tuesday evening In tho Upper Chapel. Tho program was In two parts; tho first consisting of miscellaneous numbers: Welcome Address by 'Miss Dunkcrj Essay, "Tho Intluenco of Optimism," Miss Doncgan; Reading, April 18, 1912. oaoaoaosoaoaoaoaooosoaoaoaooaoaoaoaoaoaooaoaoaoo Cincinnati Commercial Association's Trade Expansion Excursion LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BE RE A a o AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES oaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoa oaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoS Seed corn at Welch's. Miss Graco Adams returned to Richmond Saturday after spending several days at homo. CITY I'HONK 1A3 Indian Runner Duck eggs. 76 e. Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. a sotting. Mrs. J. W. llorndon. Mr. Dan Brock and little son of Richmond wcro in Berea tho latter DAN H. BRKCK Stock part of last weok. DR. BEST, DENTIST Fire. Life, Accident, and Live INSURANCE Will sign your bond. Phone 505 Richmond, Ky. T. J. COYLE ATTORNEY AT LAW Will practice in Madison and adjoining counties. Office in Berea National Bank U N. TIUK TABUC. North Bound Local 7:00 a. m. 10:6S p. m. Knoxvllle :61 a. m. 1:01 p. m. BEREA 7:4S a. ra. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound Local 8:15 p. m. 6:30 a- - m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 11:33 a. in. BEREi 1:65 p. m. t:M a. m. KnoiTille Exprea Tralna Stop to take on and 1st off passengers from beyond Dayton, O., or from Atlanta and beyond. Booth Bound 1:00 a. m. BEREA 11:44 a. m. North Bound 4:46 p. m. BEREA 8:37 p. m. Cincinnati Judgo Coylo and family who liavo been living In Florida during tho past winter havo como to Berea and will ruako It their homo for tho present. They will occupy Mrs. Hill's residence on Chestnut St. Mrs. L. C. Gabbard spent a couplo of days last weok with her son, John and family at Hickory Plain, Mr. R. W. Todd left last week for Indianapolis, Ir.d., to tako treatment nt tho ML Jackson Sanitarium. Mr. Chester ParkB who has had typhoid fever is nble to be out "Tho First Settler's Story," Jennlo Elliott; Essay, "Tho Mound Builders," Gcttlo Bccm nnd Piano Solo, Hazol Con well. A delightful llttlo piny entitled took "Tho Troublo nt Sattcrleo's"' up tho remainder of tho evening and was a fitting climax to tho already good program. Tho plot of tho play was laid in a Seminary for young ladles and was supposed to represent somo features of tho lives of girls thus isolated from persons of tho other sex, showing, as it did, somo of their schemes to get entertainment out of tho 'dull xai 4 riW in'1'.!. '""" aaJMjMjMjMj Cincinnati Havo you seon Welch's now fence hours. 25 cents pet rod? The young ladles taking part tn tho Misses Stella and Mae Campbell play wero the Mlsse3 Holllday, Cocks, wcro visited from Thursday until Phillips, Henrietta Bcechcr, Stcger, Sunday by their father from Danville. Frey and Smith, representing DoroMrs. Carl Hunt who underwent anthy, Alice, Mildred, Bertha, Marian, other operation at tho Hospital last Miss Sattcrleo and Kathleen, the Thursday Is slowly Improving. characters in tho play. 'Mrs. C. B. Holder who has been The farco was mado very realistic, visiting her mother returned to her the audlenco thoroughly enjoying it homo in London last week. throughout. Real skill was shown Mrs, Henry Lengfellner was taken to the Berea Hospital, Sunday night. at accompanying Illustration shows Weber's Prize Band, of Cincinnati, nnd a group of prominent citizens of city, who will accompany the Excursion to the South, In which this city Is Included. The special train carrying from 100 to 125 Cincinnati Boosters, together with the Band, will leave Cincinnati at 7:40 a. m. Monday morning, April 22d. Tho first day's run will bo spent between Cincinnati and Lexington, with stops at Wllllamstown, Georgetown. Midway, Frankfort, Versailles and Nlcholasvllle. An evening meeting will be held at the Phoenix Hotel. On Tuesday, the second day out, tho train will leave Lexington at 6:30 a. m.. stopping at Wllmore, High Bridge, Danville, Somerset, Hurnslde, Stearns, Oneida nnd Oakdale, arriving at Harrlman, Tenn., at 7:15 p. ra. Tho meeting In Ilarrlman on Tuesday evening will be under the auspices of the Harrlman Business Men's Asso- THE The third day will bo spent between Harrlman and Chattanooga, between which points slops will be mads Rockwood, Spring City and Dayton. In Chattanooga tho party will visit Lookout Mountain or Chicamauga Park, and In tho evening a reception will be held nt tho Read House. On Thursday tho special train wilt stop at Cleveland. Athens, Sweetwater and Lenoir City, arriving at Mid dlesboro nt sundown. An evening meeting will be hold at Mlddlesboro, and on Friday, April 26th, the Special Train will visit Plnevlllc, Ilarboursvllle. Corbln, London, Ilerea, Richmond, Winchester, Paris, Cynthlana and Fat mouth, reaching the Queen City at 9:30 p. m, ! Tit Bcoiten Spwitl will rick Bre ifct 1:20 p. . April 26tk tr i iWrt tut U net tkt titijfti tar Itwa. ciation. at Stoves, bedroom furniture and variety of household goods at tho homo of Mrs. Ellis, Estill St. Cbas Aiken, who has boen in school her since January, left, Saturday, he exfor Kansas City, where pects to go into the oil buslnoss. Mr. Frank R. Sherwood, Principal d of the Grammar School In tho Manual Training School at 111. was In Berea the latter part of last week. Mr. Sherwood visited the various departments of tho college and was favorably Impressed with them. 'Mr. Tarlton Combs who has boen In the hospital with pneumonia was able to be out last week. We call your attention to a line of beautiful work not before shown in Berea to be seen at The Racket Store, Saturday, April 20th. Everybody invited. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Treadway of Paint Lick visited Mr. and Mrs. Thos. FOR SALE: Glen-wooGlen-woo- d Llttlo Hans Lengfellner arrived next morning. Mother and son arc both doing well. Papa Henry Is happy. Jewell Malno and Glenn Hoffman, two students In the College Depart ment for several years, wrlto to Berea friends from New York. They both havo positions with the Brad ley Construction Co. Jonas Dolch of tho College 'class of '11 is located at a suburb of New Orleans. Ho Is stenographer and clerk in tho office of the Supt. of a large sugar factory. FOR SALE: 4 foot wlro fencing at 25 cents per rod at Welch's. Pres. Frost left, Monday, for New York, where ho spoke to the Quill Club, Tuesday night. Ho will visit Boston and rejurn by Ohio, where ho has an appointment, returning to Berea about the laBt of tho month. Miss Nevada Hannah, a student of Berea, visited her sister, 'Mrs. Woody, at London from last Saturday until FENCE 4 ft Fence at 25c per rod Be sure you look at our fence before you assured mo that ho felt suro of win ning when his opponent was a smok- began to smoko ler. A tennis-playe- r 'at tho ngo of twcnty-or- ., and found that meu whom ho had beforo beat- -' j Sharp-shooters en with case could now boat Mm. and riflemen know ithat their shooting Is moro nccurato when thoy do not smoko. "No physician doubts that smoking may bo a factor In almost any disACCOMMODATIONS ease from which his patient is suf- AUTOMOBILE fering. Tho man who does not uso Our big car will leavo Borea at 1 tobacco la legs susceptiblo to dlsoaso and contagion, and recovers moro o'clock p. m. on Saturdays for Richquickly from a serious Illness or op- mond and return at C p. m. Charges 1 1X0 each. Give us your eration. From this wo should expect to find that tobacco shows most In ordur at least ono day In advanon. on Our cars aro at your service Inter life, when vitality Is ebbing nnd the machinery of tho body Is begin- cnll at any tlmo. W. F. Kldd, Liveryman, ning to wear. It Is In his mlddlo ngo Berea, Ky. that a man begins to fuel tho harm. Phone 18. ng between six and seven thousand cases, nnd I havo nover seen a cao, occasionally with women, which did not havo a history of excessive tobacco. "1 consider that cigarette-smoki( Is tho greatest vlco devastating humanity, becauso It la doing moro j than any other vlco to deteriorate tho rac"." I pt buy Monday. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wheeler of Frankfort came over in their automobile, Tuesday. Mr. Wheeler Is a skilled laundryman, and gave some valuable Information regarding the col Logsdon, Sunday. lege laundry. (Miss Fern Douglas, former student (Mr. John Taylor, an old resident of Berea, of Wilmington, O., who has of Madison County, who moved to ICato Johnson City, 111., been visiting her aunt, Miss several years ago, Douglas, returnod home, Tuesday. is now visiting relatives near BeMiss Richards, a long time contri- rea. butor to Berea College, who has been Hickory King and Boone County spending some time in Berea study- seed corn at Welch's. ing the interests of the college, reBe sure and be present at the turned home, Tuesday. display of tha beautiful hand work Mr. Earl Phillips of Wlldie visited at the Racket Store, April 20th. friends in Berea, Sunday and Monday. Messrs. W. O. Hayes, C. D. Erwln, of Batson East Roy Dunn, Tom Logsdon, J. E. Mooro Mrs. Samuel Bern8tadt visited her sister, Mrs. and S. T. Mitchell mado a trip to Sallle Hanson, the first of the week. Richmond, Sunday, In Mr. Kldd's was automobile. Mr. Bean Allen of Richmond In Berea, 'Monday, on business. Mr. C. M. Canfleld who recently Dr. W. N. Craig was called to his moved to a farm which ho purchashome at Stanford, Saturday, on ac- ed in Rockcastle County was In Becount of sickness in his family. rea on business, Monday. John A. Creech of Harlan, visited friends and relatives in Berea the PHILATHEA SOCIAL latter part of last week. young ladles of tho Phlla-the- a The stuBlaine Isaacs an old Berea class of tho Union Sunday dent, now a business man in Syracuse, N. Y., spent a few days In Berea School under tho direction of their last week visiting his Bister, MIbs Es- teachor, Mrs. Taylor, had a social gathering last Saturday night at tho ther Isaacs. Mr. John Bower was over last week Parish House Parlors to which 6ome of their young gentlemen friends to see his little son. were Invited. Tho room was decorated with beautiful wild flowers and wild cherry blossoms, Refreshments wore served and two hours were spent in real solid fun. Tho evening program was SPENT IN not of tho stiff sort but ono which afforded a vast amount of pleasure to all who wero present, WELCH'S rs A Day of Pleasure THE RACKET STORE VIEWINQ THE BISHOP SELLEW VISITS BEREA Most Beautiful Line of NEEDLE WORK ever displayed in Berea, ing Embroidered Dresser Scarfs, Center Pieces, Fancy Bags, Sofa Pillow Covers and many other articles of beauty and interest. Every one who cares to see these articles is most cordially invited to be present. includ- On their way north from Florida, Bishop Walter A. Sollew and wlfo of Jamestown, N. Y., stopped at Berea to visit Dr. and Mrs. Roberts. Bishop Sellow Is the brother of Mrs. Roberts. Bishop Sellow Is a Bishop of tho Freo Methodist church, an organiz- ation numbering about 30,000 mem- Saturday, April 20 From 9 a. a. to 8 p. tn. bers. His early career as a business man gives a practical turn to his preaching. The Parish House was crowded, Sunday morning, to hear a very pointed and Interesting sermon, in the evening the citizens' reserve bank of seats in the chapel was full and the audlenco listened most attentively to a sermon on "Human by 'Miss Smith as Kathleen, tho most who "dip" tobacco, as In tho South, difficult as well as tho most interest- aro affected unpleasantly. Smokers keep on finding chewcrs disgusting, ing part In tho play. and smokers of pipes and cigars frequently object to tho odor of cigarPHI DELTA RECEPTION ettes. About 130 people attended the Phi "I was smoking hard, and began to Delta Rccsptlon, which was held in havo a vaguo feeling that It was hurtPhi Delta Hall last Saturday night, up at a lato hour April 13th. Every pliaso of the pro ing me. I had been at a hotel and when I finally wont gram was a success. bed I could not sleep for a long Besides the many pictures and ban-no- to with a bad tasto and whllo. which mako the hall beautiful parched mouth In a room heavy thero were wreaths of tho Society a with stalo smoko. Suddenly a disgust colors, orange and black, hung about have tried the rest, now try the best. Quality as for tho wholo habit bo I zed mo and the room covering tho lights and I broke off at once and completely. 11 well as price should influence you when you go to buy thus casting a soft and mellow halo After a wook or so, when tho first shoes. Cheap, shoes are always costly, no matter over tho whole. feeling of depression had worn away, what you pay for them. Its the quality in the A pleasant half hour of conversashoes nnd I found my appetite nnd concentration and partaking of refreshments increasing. You the prices at which . they are sold that keeps our business and lnttatlvo was followed by tho most enjoyablo tion will obssrvo that It was not until steadily increasing-feature tbo program. I began to regard smoking as harmTho following Is tho program: ful that I saw It was also filthy. I Krippendorf Ditusan Music, Instrumental; The Leapt Years, WalkOver Sboei had a new mind on the subject. J. W. DInsmore; Tho Leaping Years, for Ladies and "Arguments In favor of tobacco Leo. F. Gllligan; Tho Years to be Misses for men in all the Leaped, W. A. Adams; Piano Solo, for any physlclal reason aro baseless. in white buckskin does not old digestion, preservo tho '.Mamie Johns; Leap Year Standpoint It newest style and canvas shoes I, W, E. Ward; Music, instrumental; feth, or disinfect, and It Is not a and pumps, tan, romedy for anything. oxfords Leap Year, Standpoint II, Dolphtno Ktinmctnl, kid and "Tho only apparent good it does Dunker; A Toast from Dr. Barton. velvet pumps and Tho singing of tho old Phi J3elta song Is thnt it cems to givo ono companoxfords $3.50 (o $5.00 none, something ionship when ho has ended tho program. $1.50 to $4.00 to do when ono Is bored, keeps ono AGAINST from feeling hungry when ho Is hunAUTHORITY HIGHEST gry, and blunts tho odgo of hardffltyrMAKEAmr TOBACCO ship and worry. This sums up tho of tho agrocablo results of toRUSTER-BlTOVTho March number of the Century total Magazlno contains a tolling nrtlclo bacco. On the other hand, tho InjurInby Dr. Charles B. Towns entitled ious results, after one has becomo Oi--r ul ured to tobacco poison, aro both apamB lAl'iaiaiaHa' "Tho Injury of Tobacco." parent and delayed. Dr. Towns says in part: "One muBt lookjor symptoms of "When tobacco was first Introduced slow poisoning. Tho popular belief Into Europo the uso of It was everywhere regarded aB an injurious habit that tobacco stunts growth is supand for a wbllo It mado slow progress ported by tho fact that TOR BOYS It Is no loss Injurious now than It observed for four years at Yalo and fQK tllrXLS ever was, wo havo simply grown Amhorst Increased mora in weight, 'chest-girtLeather, Style or 9iM and used to It, and It was only when height, than smokers did in tho samo people became used to Its Injurious-nes- s ON SALG AT that the habit began to make period. "Every athloto knows that It hurts great strides. Wo find nowadays that aro tho wind; that Is, Injures tho abilismokers as well as suspicious of any form of tobacco-takin- g ty of the heart to respond quickly Quality Store" to which thoy have not becomo to extra work. It also affects tho used. Smokers who for tho first tlmo precision of eye and hand. A great who does not smoko moot chowora or snuffers or thoso bllllard-playe- r dominant characteristic of tobacco is tho fact that it heightens On Center Street a good lot kaowa Its second action Is as the John Bales place. Houae ana narcotic; It lessons tho connection on lot. Good reason for Mlllac. and tho outside barn owe money. I). N. Welch. world. These two actions account for jail tho good and all tho bad effects of tobacco. As a nnrcotic, it totnpor-- j 2 cans Tomatoes and 1 Corn, 25c arlly abolishes anxiety and dlscoin-- ! 3 cans Corn ...25c fort by making tho smoker careless 3 cans Peas 25c Is happening to him. But about what 3 cans Pie Peaches 25c n law of medlclno it is a Heavy Syrup Table Peaches, 20c that all tho drugs which In the Increase 2 cans Waldorf Corn lessen nerve-actio- n 25c It In tho end. Thus smoking finally 2 cans Waldorf Peas 25c causes apprehension and muscular 15c Waldorf Tomatoes unrest. Navy Beans 5c per pound "Tho relation of tobacco, especial" ly In tho form of cigarettes, and al- Choice Dried Peaches, 12tfc cohol and opium Is a very close ono. AT For years I havo been dealing with alcoholism and morphinism, havo gono into their every phnBo and aspect, have kopt minute details of Delivers Any Time "Tho blood-pressur- e. cn nerve-centej well-know- " foFsTlF .... ... TATUM'S tOU ng s4. Js. H Or tir h, lung-capaci- ty HA YE'"eS BEREA, C&, GO TT KENTUCKY. April 18, 191:2. THE CITIZEN. than your neighbor, you must put it Into the hands ot a hustling publisher; and his ability to put tho work In tho list ot tho six best sellers is by no means proof that it Is ono of tho six best books. If you preach a bettor sermon than your neighbor you must advertlBo special music to nc- company 11, or you will miss somo faces you had hoped to seo in tho con grcgntlon. If you build a better mouso-trnthan your neighbor, you must buy pages in tho advertising section of tho magazines to let tho world know of your invention, or tho mouse-trap- s will accumulate on your hands, and tho mlco will mul tlply In tho homes of your customers Tho tlmo has not come, and I suspect it will never como. when p Page Five. Mr. Housekeeper: Why not let the Telephone do some of the work at home and save your wife from fret and worry? 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? How many unnecessary steps it saves the housewife can only be realized by Cash and Small Profits Why Pay More? You buy the same for less money goods at Engle's Store Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods, Flour, Meal, Sugar, Coffee Always The Best BEREA TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED IJ. Edwards, lb., F. Maupln, 2b Jno. JackBon, 3b., O. Mooro, bs C. Krwln, Tho Board of Dlrcctoro, Chairman rf., W. Wyott, cf P. Edwards, If. Sealo presiding, met In tho Associa Collego I j. Gllllgan, p., B. Gabbard, tion office, April 8U1, and considered c, it. urauy, iu ai. rnmips, ZD., C. tho annual report ot tho General Tcdford, 3b., A. Hill, ss., H. Mulllns, Secretary. W. U. Davison was reelect rf., T. Pnrkor, cf P. Fagan, If. ed General Bocrctary nnd 0. II Robin-Bo- n Tho final scoro was 6 to C In favAssociate Secretary for tho year or of tho town team. Y. M, C. A, NOTES bor, though you build your houso In tho woods, tho world will mako & beaten path to your door." Tho subsequent history of this sentence affords a singularly Interesting Illustration ot tho fact that tho teaching contained within Is not always truo. Tho sermon In which this sentenco occurred was doubtless a better serSecretary Morton will conduct tho RECIPE FOR BRaFbISCUITS in on than tho average of those Collego Men's Dlblo class, Thurspreached by tho neighbors of Rev. 1 pint fresh wheat bran. day nights, next year. A most In2 John Paxton on that particular Sunpint whlto flour. teresting course, recently published, day. Did tho world prococd at onco to 2 pint sour milk. has boon secured, "Tho Will of God 6 tnblcspconfuls molasses. wear a path to tho door ot his ality. and A Man's Llfo Work" by llcnr 1 oven tcaspoonful soda. church? We havo great need to mako llfo B. Wright. It did not. Salt to taste. more effective Wo aro Just beginning Tho newly elected officers of tho Ami ho did not live In the woods to study human llfo in a scientific Mix bran, flour and soda, then mix Association wore Installod, Thursday spirit. Tho results are partly cn night, April 11th. Tho officers and molasses nnd milk, then stir together cither. He continued his ablo and efficient couraglng, but also they have their cabinet who will bo rcsponslblo for and bako In gom tins. This roclpo makes 18 biscuits. They should bo and successful ministry, and did good. warnings. next year's work aro as follows: Hut so ar as Is known tho West thin so as to be meetly crust. Wo are putting more into our phy President, II. II. Llcbtwardt; Wheat bran Is nature's best euro Presbyterian Church In Now York slcal llfo than formerly. Wo aro wear Jesso Balrd; Recording Secretary, Paul Fagau; Membership, for constipation. If ono cats flvo did not find It necessary to renew ing bettor clothing, eating more cx Ilobart Murphy; Missions, Jack ltn-rl- or bIx such biscuits a day ho will tho pavement on account ot tho pensive food, nnd giving more care Finance, Jesso Iialrd; Personal novcr need a cathartic. Incidentally crowds that camo socking tho author to our bodies. Wo aro socking earn of that flno sentence, and tho ex ostly to discover tho sources of dls Work, John Kilburn; Illblo Study, they aro mighty good; try them. cellent sermon of which It was a ease, and to prevent as far as pos Dr. R. H. Cowley. Win. Cromer; Social, Herbert Eastpart. slblo tho shortening of human llfo man; Religious Meetings, Carlton Drink and Idleness. They woro a path to Emerson's through unnecessary causes of mor Matson. IntemporancoJs fostered as much by door. tality. annul as by physical debility. A mind Emerson was dead by that time. FIRST PRIZE If you want to know how much fully occupied has far less disposition Probably a thousand orators, great progress we have mado toward tha to excess, Tho hardest drinking ocand small, quoted tho sontenco and conservation of health, Bend to Wash The third annual Oratorical con- curs In stagnant provincial towns. attributed It to Emorson. test of U10 Kentucky Inter Colteglato London Outlook. ington for tho Report of tho Com Comparatively few peoplo read mlttco of Ono Hundred on National Prohibition Association was held at THE POWER OF PERSONALITY Kmerson, but most peoplo Hko to Health concerning the wasto nnd Ky., tho E. K. S. N. S., HIchmond, quoto him, and now nnd then some conservation of national vitality. Jn (Contlnuril (nro firtpajce) Tuesday night, April ICth, at which ono who quotes him looks thru his many respects the report is encour Mr. K. E. Uabbard, representing Ko- drod times as rich wo would not honrea Collego, took first prize, which or him for his wealth's sake. Wo hon- essays to see from which ono of thorn aging. This report declares that was $50. Ills subject was "Tho Pro- or him because, being rich, ho has a quotation Is made. So It may have "we havo strong reason to believe blem of Problems." Mr. II. IJ. used his wealth unselfishly and for been tho thousandth orator who quot that life Is twlco as lone as three or of Georgetown Collego receivtho good ot mankind. The reasons ed It, saying. four centuries ago. and moderately ed tho second prlzo of $10. "As Emerson has so well said, 'If accurate records show that it Is in for our honor aro not In his posses you wrlto a better book, or preach creasing more rapidly than ever. While tho association Is comoscd sions but In his icrsonalty. of six colleges, only three woro repWo cannot deflno any forco that a better sermon, or build a better Not only so, but tho report sets forth resented, , K. K. 8. N. 8., and belongs to llfo. Wo cannot deflno life. mousc-trn- p than your neighbor. that fourteen years may still bo ad Geogttown. Mr. Gabbard will repreIt contradicts nil tho laws of forco. though you build your houso In the ded to tho length of tho avorago llfo sent Kentucky In tho Interstate Or- It exerts no pressure, and cannot bo woods, tho world will make a beaten In America by tho stamnlmr out of atorical content, which Ib to bo hold transformed Into other forco, but It path to your door," to whom it occur- - certain preventable diseases whoso at Syracuse, N. V., Way ICth. Is real and mighty, and wo cannot icd to look tho matter up. And ho causes aro accurately known nnd sus At tho meeting of tho Association deflno tho forco of personality but It searched through tho published es-I- b ceptlblo of control. says of Emerson and could not find Mr. Letcher Gabbard, a student cf So far forth we are receiving real. Boron, was elected president for tho d Is our most It. gratifying return upon our added In Tho quality of ensuing year. precious nsset. Dr. Edward Emerson replied in vestmont in tho physical sldo Learning Is worth of while, but there must bo something j answer to questions, that It poinded human llfo. Tho avcrago baby born BASEBALL self. Knowledge Is in- - . like his father, but he could uA find in Chicago has boforo him an cx thnt learns pectancy of Ufa fully doublo that ert untlllt Is known: It Is known it In his writings. Quito a number ot studonts and only by a self; and It Is not tho Tho world was disappointed. Tho which Is promised to ono who is townspeople witnessed tho baseball Unowledgo but tho self, tho personpath to Emerson's door was a blind born in Bombay, and Chicago is every game between tho Town nnd Collego ality, that Is "effective-- . nlloy. nay becoming a safer place for a ba loams which was ono of tho features Then tho world mado a beaten by to ba born. Wo may not only say Nor Is goodness all tho world needs. of tho half holiday, Monday, given In Goodness, no a mere abstract quality, j path to Elbert Hubbard's door. That "Better fifty years of Eurone than honor of Dr. D. K. 92nd will nover savo tho world. Goodness represents tho ran go of some a cyclo of Cathay," but we havo bet st birthday. Tho gamo was very enthubo tho quality of a self a force- - plo's literary imagination If Emerson tor hope of living fifty years in Eu siastically plnyed on both sides, but ful, effectlro personality. did not say It. Elbert Hubbard did. rope or Amsrica than thirty in tho town team seemed to lead thru Several years ago a New York Elbert Hubbard has said a good many Cathay. almost tho entire gamo. minister preached a sormon from tho things that Emerson never said But there are somo respects in Tho lino up was as follows: text, "Ha could not bo hid." Ho do- - nor would havo said. But when tho which tho rcrort is not so encourag Town E. Phillips, p., B. Hayes, a, clared that such goodness as was resl-- 1 world beat a path to Elbert Hub-de- ing. Where aro wo addlnir years to In Jeaus Christ could not per- - j bard's door, and asked him If ho human life? To a very great extent iiiant'iuiy 00 conccuiuu. 110 oeiiovca wiwa inni verse, in blushed modest- - mo addition occurs through the pre tlint truth onco made known to men ly and ndmltted that it was his. Ho ventlon of Infant mortality, and tho would bo seen to bo so Inherently said ho evolved It out of his "cos- supply of physical comforts by rea deslrahlo that humanity would novcr mic consciousness." Ho sometimes son of which we aro ablo to prolong thereafter loso sight ot It. Ho held gets things In that way. old ago. m HBsssssssk So we see that Dr. Paxton's flno that tho demand for real excellence If wo tako a slum baby that is Is so great that tho supply has but sentenco Intended to Illustrate tho likoly to die In its first year of to bo produced, and tho world will theory that tho world will surely cholera Infantum, and savo Its llfo dawn tha throat of a "itupey" tsn rely become- a consumer ot It, Ho discover tho author of a really good and let it dlo at tho ago of twclvo chicken dattruyi trt worms showed that whatever of good once thing camo very near to showing that from anaemia, wo havo added eleven anJ uve tho chick's Hie. A gets Into llfo becomes a permanent sometimes It does not happon so. Tho yonrs to tho total ot human llfo, but tow drops In tho drinking water world somotlmos beats two paths, ono wo havo not lifted any of tho bur nsset of tho human race. CURES and Thoro Is much to bo said in favor to tho gravo of a dead man, and tho don from society. If wo tako an old PREVENTS GAPES of such a doctrtno, nnd tho sermon other to tho shop of a skillful ndvor-tlse- r. man, who a generation ago would white diarrhoea, roup, cholera was so well liked that this same whllo tho grass grows In tho havo died at seventy, and. by fur ml other chick diseases. minister repeated It later to a great highway leading to tho real author. nishing him a steam-heate- d room and One Though ho IIvo and preach in tho expensive diet and perhaps a nurso assombly at Chautauqua. Bottle of Tho sermon contained ono sentence heart of n crowded city with a main at J25 a week, prolong his llfo till which has afforded n test of somo thoroughfnro passing his door, ho ho Is clchly. wo havo added ten Makes 11! Gullout of Medicine. aspects of tho teaching of tho sor might as well tako to tho woods so years to tho sum ot human llfo, but Bvery poultry rlser should keep a bottle of mon Itself. Hero Is tho sentence: far as tho honor duo him Is concern wo havo dono It at a very great this mdlclna on hand. Write tot free sample "If you wrlto a hotter hook, or ed. cost. Both tbeso things aro well and llooklet on "Diseases of fowls." Address, In fact, Dr. Paxton was only part I0UDI3X REUEOT COstPM, Uilntloi, If. prench a batter sermon, or build a worth doing. They aro things wo than your neigh- - ly right. If you writo a hotter book ought to do and be glad that wo can Sold by PETTUS & PARKS, Berea, Ky. better mouso-trn- p 1912.13. nt, e; Wll-holto Ik-rea1 self-hoopoo-munt demand for goodness will so far oxeced tho supply that we can afford to etop pushing It. Wo can not trust tho world to go In pursuit of hidden goodness. Wo cannot leavo tha good to go forward to its destination on tho momontum it has gained in tho past. Goodness Is ad vertlocd by Its loving friends. And it needs tho advertising. Do not decolvo yourselves with tho Idea that goodness Is so lovablo that it needs no force behind it. "Tho wicked flco when no man pur sucth," but tho wicked flco faster nnd farther when goodness becomes militant. Do not suppose your duty is comploto when you becomo cither wise or good add your wisdom and your goodness to a forceful person tho Cash and Small Profits Why Pay More? Phone 60 : R. J. ENGLE, Berea, Ky. s DfiOP Bourbon Poulf ryure 50c do, But tho increase in the average resolute purpose. So shall the world of llfo by thoso processes docs not know tho power ot your personality. strengthen tho race. Tho vital question Is, are wo adding to tho producNEWS OF THE WEEK tive years of llfo? Continued from Pint Page Diseases of tho heart aro not tho President's friends having no diminishing. Prcmaturo hardening rf idea of giving up and Justice Hughes tho arteries la not diminishing. Tho absolutely refusing to permit tho diseases which attack men between mention of his name in any such tho ages of forty and sixty and rob tho community of Its most product- connection. DEATH OP CLARA BARTON ive years show a rather alarming in- Miss Clara Barton, tho founder ot crcaao. Tho real problem beforo us Is to in tho American Bed Cross, died In her crease tho productive years of life. homo in Glen Echo, '.Maryland, at tho Tills must bo done In ono ot threo ago of ninety, last Friday. Miss Barways. Either wo must shorten tho ton was perhaps America's moat period of preparation and let pro- widely known woman. Sho had nn ductive llfo begin scuer; or we attack of pneumonia, February, a year must lessen tho number of diseases ago, from which sho nover completethat break men down In ralddlo llfo ly recovered, and her only regret of and so fight off old ago and lncreaso tho last threo months was that hor tha latter productive years; or wo health forced her to abandon her must find somo way ot making the autobiography which sho had only lives of mon much more productive brought down to tho beginning ot War In tho relatively short period between her public career as a Civil childhood and old age, each of which nurse. Dr. William E. Barton, a cousin periods lays heavy and increasing of hors, a former graduate of Berea on tho community. burdens I have said that Dr. Pearsons im and now a Trustee, whose address presses you first of all as a man of at Dr. Pearsons' birthday celebraof effective personality. Let mo speak tion appears in another column of another nonogenarlan, Clara Bar this issue, left Berea, Sunday mornton who died yesterday at almost ex- ing, to tako part In tho funeral seractly Dr. Pearsons' age. She was a vices held at Oxford, Mass., Monday. GENERAL GRANT DIES wonderful woman a little, modest, Major-Generlady-llk- o Grant died suddenly woman. But in her presence you felt all tho whllo tho forco ot a shortly after midnight last Friday sweet, winsome and offectlvo per- morning. Gen. Grant has been afsonality. Delicate and gentle ns she fected for several months with seriwas, sho could organize an army. ous throat trouble but was thought Sympathetic as she was, she shrank to bo practically well and had left not "from tho battle field and tho tho hospital tho week before. Ho was seized with a choking fit and died hospital, becauso she was and always beforo physicians reached him. Gen. Grant had from a young maa in control of tha situation. I asked her onco how sho could bear tho been prominent In military circles. sight ot so much suffering, and she and at tho time of his death being commander of tho Department of said, "Only by remembering all tho the East. Ho is a son of President tlmo thai I was never to consider Grant. THE END OF LORIMEHISM how tho sight of sufforlng affected Tho Illinois Primary, whllo a dis me, but only what I could do to ro- appointment to the friends ot tho llovo It." President in that ho was turned Do not make the mlstako of assum ing that your success in llfo is to down, has a redeeming featuro in bo Judged by what you get out of that it sots tho bounds of Lorlmer- llfo. No really great llfo can bo lsm. Tho ''hlondo boss" who hna been Judged that way. Vou cannot Judgo ablo to. withstand investigation at any soldier by what he got out of llfo, homo and two investigations at Wash but by what he put into llfo. What ington, still clinging to his seat, ou get out ot life will bo gono with camo to Ignominious defeat in tho you in less than ninety years. What turning down of his candidate for tho you put Into llfo Ilvos on forever. Governorship, and a largo majority Tho only way to Judgo a poet, a for good government as represented singer, an author or any other success by tho present Governor Denecn. ful man, Is by what ho puts into FLOOD MOVES SOUTH life. You cannot Judgo of even a Tho crest of tho Ohio and Mississrich man by what ho gets, but by ippi flood which two weeks aco was what ho gives. Thoro aro a million doing so much damago In Kentucky tombstones surmounted by tho cross, and .Missouri and a little later in but there Is not in all Christendom Tonncssee, is now doing Its worst n tombstone that bears a dollar sign In Loulsana and Arkansas, largo parts of thirteen parishes In Northas tho emblem ot its 'owner's faith. Secure knowledge; tho world needs eastern Loulsana being flooded and It. Attain goodness; tho world needs 50,000 peoplo being reported homeless. It ovon more. But let thero bo added Boforo tho flood has spent Its to It a strong, vigorous personality, forco it will probably havo broken with a healthy body, a clear brain, a all records for disaster In tho Mississwarm heart, and a righteous and ippi valley. al BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE A COMPLETE LINE PARKS PETTUS BEREA, KENTUCKY CHESTNUT STREET, Bvuos, flfoeofdnes, Chemicals PERFUMERY, SOAP, SYRINGES, BRUSHES, COMDS, HARDWARE, PAINTS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES DOOLEY'S FOR EVERYTHING TO EAT In addition to the advantages of getting the very best grade ot goods in our line at a reasonable price, we are in a position to show you how to obtain a handsome set of "ROGERS' SIL. . VERWARE" at about the regular price. .. one-thir- d PricesRight J. D. CLARKST0N GiveUs aCall MAIN STREET, near Bonk PALACE MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured meats and lard, Fish and Oysters. HIGHEST Call for what you want and get what you call for. MARKET PRICE PAID FOR BUTTER, EGGS, CHICKENS. Leaf Lard, guaranteed pure. WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY We Handle The Purest and Best Goods Chester Parks The Feed Man PHONE 64. CALL AND INVESTIGATE Kldd Building, Cortwr Main and Richmond Streets, Betea, Ky. II ft ROBERTS fTCf. Pajje She THE CITIZEN. She caught her breath la a great sob. Turning a tittle, she clasped her own young arms around his neck and held htm tight. It was a tong time after that before either of them spoks. Finally, Jeanne asked a question, "But, why" her voice broke In an unsteady little laugh, "but why do you ask to be forgiven? You told me the very first day, the day we found the yacht had gone, that you loved me. That's why I allowed you to stay." "Yes, but there's an Infinity of ways of loving, Jeanne, dear. I hid a right to love the soul of you, for that was what had given me my own soul back and my power of loving. But we set out to live through this winter In the .hope of a rescue, the hope that when another day came It would bring a ship to take you back into your own real world. I couldn't go back with leather Jacket and to gtt a 'little you, you know, I a roan with a stain brandy out of the keg. This he mixed upon him. Since that was so, I hadn't with a little water and, with the aid any right to love you this other way. I wonder If you understand, even now. of a small Ivory spoon, he succeeded In getting a little of It between her I love all of you; from the crown of glory you wear, down to tho print lips. He took off her heavy seal coat, and your boot has left In the snow. I love the woolen Jacket she wore under It, your lashes, your wistful lips. The and, as well as he could, loosened the touch of anything that Is warm with other clothing about her waist. Last your hands can thrill me. And as for of all, he gathered her up In bis arms tho hands themselves oh, I can't again, wrapped the great sheepskin make yon understand." "Yes," sho said very softly, "I unbag about them both and, with the brandy and water within arm's reach, derstand, now " "And yet," he began after awhile, settled down to attempt to get soma of tho warmth and vitality of bis own "I haven't any right, when I must glvo you up some day , , ." body Into hers. She laid her Angers on his lips. She was not fully unconscious now, "We'll not of rights," for the next time ho offered her "Not now, talktonight. Butshe said. there's brandy she swallowed It. Her eyelids something not Philip, it were fluttering a little, too, and prcs wasn't tho more to say. ship sight of the there cntly she sighed. against the moon that mado me think He was thrilling all over with n I wanted It alt to end. That was the tremendous senso oX power. He felt excuse I made to myself, but It was he could have brought her back from only an excuse. The real despair the very dead. His arteries seemed to camo when I saw you flying, saw how bo running with electricity, not blood. gloriously free you were up tbere, and Her lips were moving now, and he thought It wasn't lovo that kept you bent close to catch the whisper that hero beside me, but only pity Well, barely succeeded in panning them. a sort of love, perhaps, but not what I "Don't bring mo back Philip. It's wanted, not what I folt for you. I'd so much easier to go this way." seen you draw away when I touched His only reply to that was to hold you." her a little closer. She heard a sound In his throat She did not resist when he held that might have been a kob, though It thedrlnk to her lips again; but, after scorned meant for a laugh, and she she had taken two or threo sips of It, felt his arms tighten about her with she said: a sudden passion that almost hurt. So "I sha'n't need any more. I'm getshe said no more. Just kissed him and ting quite beautifully warm again."' lay still. He knew it was true. She no longer It was a good while after that that felt lifeless In his arms, though she she mado a move to release horself: still lay there quite rolaxed. He "Let me go now," she said, "and I'll knew he could let her go now, safely git you some supper, or breakfast, or enough. And yet he held her fast. Oa'.ver we decide to call It only "I thought you wcro dead when I you'll havo to go down Into the Ico saw you lying there on tho snow," ho cave to got some more supplies. We've said at last, not very steadily. "If nothing much left up here." you had been, It would have been my She dropped down on a heap of s own doing." before tho open door, and She contradicted him with a sharp sat gazing out at tho black velvety patch of sky which capped the snow negative gesture. tunnel. Even when she heard Cayley "You left me well enough wrapped up to have resisted the cold for any coming back up the Ice chimney she did not Immediately turn to look at length of time. Besides, if I'd wanted to I could have come back in here. him. It was. In u way, a sort of luxBut but, Philip Oh. it seems a ury not to; to think that If sho waited dreadful thing to confess, now you sho would presently hear his step are hero with me I didn't want to. I come nearer and feel his hands upon Just lay down on tho snow, thinking her shoulders. I could go to sleep and and that would be the end such an easy ond!" CHAPTER XXI. Sho felt him shudder all over as she said It, and she clasped his shoulA Sortie. ders and bold them tight. In a desire But that did not happen, und u to reassure and comfort him. "Did you mean to do that. . . . sudden Instinct that something must Was that why you asked me to fly have glsnu wrong reached her, with almost the force of n spoken word. away for a while?" "What is it? What's happened, "No! No! It was somothing I saw while you wero gono, something that Philip?" sho asked, as she turned. He did not answer at once. He was terrified me. Philip, do you remember how many of the people of the bending over the hole formed by tho Phoenix died of what father called top of the ice chimney and rather replacing the wooden cover the Ice madness?" upon It. When ho did stralghton up He nodded gravely. "Well, what I saw made me think at last, and she saw his face, she that I was going that way, too. Philip, knew her Instinct had not lied to her. "It's rather a queer thing for us to I was watching the moon go down, and gradually it spread out into three, have forgotten," ha said, "after all these weeks whon we lived In terror qulto far apart, and then they changed Into strange colon, stranger of him, and aftor the last thing be did and shapes, and began to dance llko to us. But wo had forgotten blm Hoscoo, you know and now bo has witches." stolen a march on us." He laughed, but the laugh had someShe looked at blm In a sort of won thing very like a sob mixed up in It. No wonder "You poor child! It der. "It Is true," she said, "we had for frightened you. But that's the orthodox way for the moon to set in the gotten. Those days when wo lived arctic. It's part of tho same refrac- In the hut seemed almost as far away tion that plays such strange tricks from us up hero as the rest of the with the daylight colors. No, you're world seemed then. . . ." She made a long way from Ice madness, Jean- a little pause, there, then roused herself. "What Is It that he has done, ne." "But that wasn't all I saw, Philip. Philip?" "He has found our stores down be It wasn't the worst. I saw a ship against the moon, only It seemed too low here. He has taken everything made a porfectly clean sweep." high above the horizon, somehow. There was a little silence after that. That's the crowning Impossibility, And then the moons began to dance, that Before she spoke again she came over wicked, wltch-IIkdance of mockery. to him and kissed him. There was a So I lay down In the snow and hid my grave sort of smile on her faco when she said: . . to go to face In my arms 'Well, is there anything we must sleep. It seemed so easy and, somehow, seemed right, too; not wicked dor "Oh, yes," he said. "That move of any way." She felt blm shuddering again, and his doesn't ond the game. It only behis clasping arms strained her so gins a new one. Really, I think, the odds nre more In our favor this time close they almost hurt. "Thank God, I came In timet" she than they were before, .only this time we shall have to movo quickly. I heard him whisper, would have followed him up at once, "But you did come In time," sho reback here, only I minded him, for she could stllUeel without coming him shuddering with tho horror of tho didn't have " He stopped rather thing. "You brought roe back, and I'm short. Sho "Of course," she said, "you hadn't not even nfrald any more.' paused, and thcro was a little silence. the revolver." Thon she added; "And I'm qulto warm 'That wasn't what I wanted; I wanted my wings. Now I've got back now." to them I must start at once." His arms slackened for a moment, She uttered a little cry of protest at and then once more they clasped her that. close. "Can't you can't you wait a little "I I don't want to lot you go." he said, and his voice had a nolo In It a fow hours? Life has only Just begun for me for us with what you which sho had never heard before. Jeanno, dear, can you for- - told me Just now." He let a moment go by In thought ghe me forglvo mo tint It's true! For gito mo for telling jou? I havo tho ful sllenco, before ho answered. 'No," lio said, at last, "It's got to whole world In my ariiu when I hold you llko this. And lire and death and bo settled now, before another moon- promises, nod past deeds, and rlsht rise. The light Is all In his favor, the and wrong, nre all kwnllowcd up, Just darkness in mine. If I can And him In the love of you. (Jnd forgive mo, now, I think I can kill him. Now I think It over, It scorns to me likely Jeanno; it's true!" Then ho unclasped he doesn't suspect wo are alive at lils arms. "Can't vou forgive, too?" bear-skin- April 18, 1912. his eyes, as he hovered, seeking the exaot spot to alight, certainly made out a dark object lying there) upon the snow. His heart fett llko lead as he dropped close beside It, and scram' bled clear of his wings. It was Jeanne; and for a moment dead, he thought she was She seemed as white and cold as the snow itself. And yet she was not dead, not even frozen, The hands he chafed so frantically were Inert, bnt not rigid; and, as he drew her up In his arms and pressed his head down against her breast, he could hoar.very faintly and alowly, tho beating of her heart. Ho picked her up In his arms and carried her Into tho pilot house. Tho air here was still warmer than that out of doors, but It was no longer ex bausted and poisonous. Ho laid her down for long enough to light the lamp, to throw oft his stiff Stealthily Mads His Way Toward th all. Tho Walrus people never dis covered tho Ico chimney nor the pilot house. That's perfectly clear. If thoy had tbey would have rifled It long ago. "When I finish, I'll come back to you. I don t think I shall be gone very long. You aren't to be afraid for me, and you can trust me to bn careful. I know I havo your life In my hands as well as my own. Your part Is harder than mine; I qulto understand that. You must be keeping watch every second. If he eludes me and comes here, you must shoot him. without word or warning Shoot to kill." "Hut I sha'n't have the revolver!" Thcro was an electric moment of silence between them, while she gazed Into his face, horrlflcd at the meaning sho read there. "You didn't mean that! Philip, Philip you can't mean that. And leave you to faco that monster un- Cave. above the crest. He hardly expected a glimpse uf Iloscof so soon, having no rrnson to think he uould be here, but he began scanning the earth's surface closely with the Idea of accustoming his oyes to the light and the distance. Yet It was cot his eyes, but his sensitive nostrils which gave him his first hint of tho probable whereabout of the man he was looking for. Tho frozen air which ho had been drawing deep Into his lungs was odorless, save for the faintly acrid suggestion of ozono about It a thing, by the way, which ho was puzzled to account for, unless It prusaged some titanic electrical display in tho sky. But the odor which now Invaded his automatically fastidious nostrils checked his flight. Ho tilted back his planes nnd his momentum sent him towering almost vertically aloft. Ho did not analyze It not that Arst Instant, but his sensation was the tame ono that makes a dog suddenly ttrow up Its head and snarl, bristling. It a moment he knew that it was smoke, tho smoke of no clean, sparkling worn Are, but of smouldering bones nnd the fli'Mi of somo animal Slowly he began to drscond In the sweeping circles of a great spiral, constantly searching with an eagerness, which amounted almost to an agony, for tho point of angry red which would tell hi in where his enemy was to be found. He had no doubt at all that his enemy was there. Tho man who had laid that flro was likely to be sleeping beside it. Hn was within 20 feet of the level of the Ice before his ltttlo mirror ot concave silver caught tho gleam ot red that ha was looking for. He throw his bead back sharply and gazed at It. He could not see tho Are Itself that must be hidden behind the great rock which almost blocked the entrance to what must bo the cavo, The gleam he had caught In hi mirror had been reflected In tura from the gleaming surface ot a wmjM of Ice a little farther out. He slanted away again, searching now for a level place to alight, found It within 100 yards of the cavo mouth. circled onco completely round, t make sure that he could not be sui' prised In the act ot getting clear ot hla wings, and a moment later cam down soundlessly, except with a faint' slither of his planes, upon the lc. He bounded almost Instantly to bis feet, slipped his knife out ot his belt and held the heft ot It betweon his tec,tn while he furled his planes. That done, he deposited the bundle In the angle of a projecting rock, and stealth-ll- y mado his way toward the cavo-inout- She Clasped SYNOPSIS. Htr Young Arm About His Neck. Jo find the searchers. Tom professes his love for Jeanne. She rows ashore and enters an abandoned hut. and there finds tier father's diary, which discloses the explorer's suspicion of Itoscoe. The ruffian returns to the hut and sees Jeanne. He Is Intent on murder, when the skyman swoops down and the ruffian flees. Jeanne gives Cayley her father's diary to read. The yacht disappears and plans to capture It aro revealed. Jeanne's only hope Is In Cayley. The seriousness or neir situation becomes apCayparent to Jeanne and the ley kills a polar bear. Next lie finds a ctue (o the hiding place of the stores. I tone on Is about lo attack the girl when li Is sent fleeing In terror by the sight swooping down. Measures of the are taken to fortify the hut. Cayley kills a wounded polar bear and receives the first Intimation that Itoscoe possesses firearms, A fissure In the Ice yields up Hunter's body and Itoscoe, Undine It. removes the dead man's rids. Me discovers that Cayley Is a human being and not a nplrit, The ruffian Is baffled In his plan to murder Cayley when the latter and Jeanno take refuge In the cave where a furious slorm keeps them Imprisoned. Ros-coe- 's sky-masky-ma- n ing drift of the king of them all, the albatross. Philip Cayley. accused of a crime of So he hung there in mldsky, and the which he la not guilty, resigns from the army In disgrace and his affection for world, white, frozen, immaculate lili friend, Lieut. Perry Hunter, turni to looked far away. The old, god like hatred. Cayley seeks solitude, rvhere he perfects a llylng machine. While soaring serenity, untroubled, untrammeled, unover the Arctic regions, he picks up a afraid, came back to him. The soul curiously shaped stick he had seen In the opened Its gates, up there, lost Its assassin1 hand, Mountlnr aKaln. he discovers a yacht anchored In the bay. Descending near the steamer, he meet a boundaries, and all tho spirit of the girl on an Ice floe. He learns that the sky came In, immense, cold, clear as plrra name Is Jeanne Fielding- - and that tho ether. This was the yacht hai come north to seek sign old Buddhist of her father. Captain Fielding, an arctlo Nirvana, though the maexplorer. A party from the yacht Is adepts who bad philosophized about it iling search ashore. After Cayley departs had never conquered tho sky, had Jeanne finds that he had dropped a ously-shaped stick. Captain Planck and the surviving crew of .his wrecked whaler never bathed In It as Cayley on his n wings was bathing now. are In hiding on the roast. A giant named uoscoe. had murdered Fielding The declining moon sank lower, till and his two companions, after the explorer had revealed the location of an refracting Ice crystals that filled enormous ledge of pure gold. Roicoe then the the air caught its light slantwise and took command of the party. It develops that the ruffian hart committed the murder witnessed by Cayley. Itoscoe plans danced with It so that It flickered like The sky deepened to capture yacht and escape with a a rlg load of the gold. Jeanne tells Fanshaw, bright steel-bluto purple. owner of the yacht, about the visit of the from Its and shows him the stick left by The silver light upon the snow faded, Cayley. Fanshaw declares that It Is an through lavender and lilac, to a pur Ksklmo throning stick, uied to shoot darts. Tom Fanshaw returns from the ple of its own, only less deep than that searching party with a sprained ankle. of the sky itself. But the stars burned I'erry Hunter Is found murdered and Cayley Is accused of the crime but Jeanne brighter and brighter, until it almost believes him Innocent. A relief party goes seemed they sang: curiruf-mae aky-ma- n - J armed." "I shall havo tho only weapon that will be of any service to mo, my knlfo. It's got to be dono at close quarters. I couldn't possibly shoot him from the air. But If I can alight near him and come up within striking distance he will have no chance wlthlno, not with all his strength." "No." she said, resolutely, "I won't let you go. Not that way." "Listen, Jeanne. If I "can find blm, I can kill blm. Do you know what the movements of ordinary men, oven unusually quick men, look like to mn? Llko the motions of marionettes. Tho only chancn Itoscoe has ngalnst me U of picking me off at long range with his rifle. He could do that whether I had a revolver or not. And If he did. If he killed me and I had the revolver, then welt, then he would conio here and And you defenseless. Don't you see? I couldn't take the revolver. I should bo unnorved with terror from tho moment I left you." With a sob she clasped her arms about his neck and held him tight. they Then, In tragic submission, dropped away. Without saying anything more, Cayley blew out the candle, opened the door Into the tunnel and took up his furled wings. With trombllng bands she helped him spread tbem and draw them taut. As ho adjusted tho straps across his shoulders, ho felt her hands again, upon his head, felt them clasp behind his neck. "Ooodby," she said. He was trembling all over, as her hands were, but It was not with fear. "I shall come back safe," he satd. "Nothing can harm mo tonight." He pulled her up close In his enfolding arms and kissed her mouth. In an Instant ho turned and dived off Into tho night. the He headed up Into the wind, and hung for a moment soaring upon a fairly steady current of air that poured along parallel to the cliff. When ho reached the glacier he his speed a little and checked slanted down to an altltudo of not more than two or three hundred feet cliff-hea- "Harping In loud and solemn choir With unexoresslve notes. The words projected themselves quite unsought Into his mind. Ho spent a moment or two, wondering where they came from, and then it came to him. It was a part of two lines from the "Hymn on the Na- ..." tivity." CHAPTER XX Continued. He made his dive as shallow as possible, and In the sheer exuberance of delight at being once more a wing, he beat hla way aloft again by main strength, towering like a falcon. All Ilia old power was here ummpatred, yet overy sou nut Ion It brought hloi was heightened and make thrilling by long disuse. By means of those great, obodient wings of his ho played upon the capricious, vagrant air with the superb Insolence of mastery. Every trick of flight was at hla command, e the (lashing dire of the piratical bird, the corkscrew spiral of the tern, the plummet-likpounce of the hawk, nuil, at last, the majestic, soar frig-irate Somehow, the thought of Christmas gave his soul a wrench that brought It back Into tho world again. They had lost their reckoning of time, and, for anything he knew, this might be Christinas day. Perhaps those stars were caroling their Christmas chimes. Perhaps, down in the world of men, the windows were hung with holly and doorways with mistletoe. Before his thoughts bad advanced as far as that ho was flying down toward the Ho could only e guess length of time that had elapsed since he left Jeanne, on her heap of skins, there In the mouth of the snow tunnel. It must have been an hour or more, for the moon had been shining when he started, and now almost the last of Its twilight bad died on the horizon. A sharp sense of his own delinquency In having left her to her own resources for so long, when she had so' few resources to draw upon, Increased to a sudden alarm for her safety, when he made out the black mouth of the tunnel and saw that there was no light at the farther end of It. She couldn't have been waiting all this time, out In the cold; and yet cliff-heaat-th- to.. At the very edge of the shelter afforded by the rock he paused for an Instant; then, with every nerve tuned to the highest pitch with overy muscle In a stato ot supple relaxation, yet Instantly ready for any demand that might be made upon It he stepped round' the corner and Into the mouth ot the cave. (TO nK CONTINUKD.) Tho prettier a woman Is, the she believes lova Is blind. less Mi-ann- c r April IS, 1912. THE CITIZEN. FORM OF THE POLAND-CHIN- A Page ScTcn. STOCK BARN FOR SWINE AND LIVE Qood Sow Should Possess Shoulders of Great Depth and Fair Width, With Ribs Well 8prung. sow, says n breeder, should have shoulders of great depth and fair width, tho ribs well sprung to glvo room for tho vital organs, and for this same reason tbo breast bone should be set low down, nnd bo wide, filling out tho sunken places Just bsck of the front legs, or shoulders so nottccnblo In scrubs. Tbo btps should como forward and connect to tho backbono near enough to tbo shoulders, no that tho connecting point Is a llttlo short of midway of tho entire distance from tho shoulder, to tho rear of the ham, thereby making a strong back with good, stout coupling, and giving a great top and foro length to the ham. Tbls shnpo of hams and back will glvo deep, full sides with great length of lower line when well let down In tho flanks, enabling tho sow to carry a good-sitelitter without getting so ' stuffy and clumsy. roland-Chtna A good off rathor under tho flesh. Season th vegetables lightly with salt beforo putting them In tbo bag, but tako cars not to put In too much. Add half a tumbler ot cold water, seal, put In a hat oven, slack heat after five minutes and cook until well dono. Tlmo depends on weight. ITS MANY ECONOMIES. Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OP THE MOUNTAINS , What Are Your Talents 7 What Aro Your Aims? Berea Hat 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 placed with others like yoursolf, under a special teacher, and maka most rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic nnd the common branches and bo ready to uso them. You will havo singing, drawing, farm and household management, and frco One year In the Foundation School costs less than $90 and Is worth J 1,000. Aro you aiming to bo a teacher? Then Join the NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Hero you will be so trained that you will fear no examination, and you will bo taught how to teach. Tho demand for Berea trained teachers far exceeds the supply. Are you Interested In earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. Marsh, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Business Course, Etc. Here you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy doing things In a superior manner. Are you desiring tho next best thing to a College Course? Then take-twtext-bookBook-Bindin- SHEEP (BOWjIE TOMTOM CAN BE COOKED By Martha McCulloch Williams. A French woman, a student of medi- Illustration 8how How Mlnourl Farmer Changed Small Building Into Commodlou Structure. Tlio accompanying llliutrntlom how bow a Missouri farmer solved the problem of changing a email barn Into a commodious sji 'cturo for feeding "beep and bogi. While there Is nothing Terr complicated or out or tho ordinary In this building It will perhaps help tomo one who contemplates a change In his lire stock, says FRUIT the Homestead. In this particular In- FEED FOR VIGOROUS GROWTH stance It has been decided to chango from steers lo hogs and sheep and to Healthy Sheats Need Bone and Meat Meat Together With Freshly Burned Wood Ashe. Ilono and meat meal, and dry, clean, freshly burnt ashes from hardwood ar necessary for vigorous, healthy growth in little pigs. One tablespoonful of bono meal and two spoonfuls of meat meal should bo given at each feed. Ashes help digestion, cleans tho stomach and Is useful In other ways. The ashes should bo freshly burnt, well sifted and dry. Ilurnt corn cobs may be given Instead of ashes. No one feed, however good It may bo, should bo constantly fed. Tho bog Is a grass animal and will do well on grass and clover pasture In summer, and fine cut clover hay, well scalded and mixed with wheat bran, wheat :rlddllngs nnd a small quantity of flaxseed weal during the winter feeding months. Have tho pens clean and dry. (live a wnrm bed of leaves. Ilavo a largo yard or small grass pasture for tho bogs to exercise In during the winter. Hogs can stand cold, dry weather when taking exercise, but tboy must have dry, warm, pens to sleep In. Vi'cl bedding and frozen slop are certain to produce dis- - --l 1 1 I F I iLL Combined Hog and Sheep Darn. do to required a building In which to feed them. The old barn formerly used for storing bay a part or the season und for a cattle shelter tho remaining time had the two sheds added on cither sldo as shown in the exterior view and tho floor plan. Tho ' old building was divided Into corn ease. cribs, feed room, grain room, etc Tho sheds were arrnnged as shown on the HOG CHUTE MADE ON WHEELS floor plan, ona sldo for bogs and tho other sldo for sheep, tha loft holding Pair of Discarded Cultivator Wheels the rough feed tot the sheep. In or Almost Any Other Kind Will building tho barn and Installing tbo Make. Excellent Device. Interior partitions, racks, troughs, etc., everything was so constructed The Illustration given hcrowltb exthat In case a second change was plains Itself. Shorten tho long- - legs mads necessary by the ercr fluctuat- of tbo hog loader, put a piece of gas ing price dl live stock the Interior ar- pipe through the lower end and place rangement could bo rearranged at a a press drill wheel on tho outside of minimum cost. DEVICE FOR THROWING HORSE Excellent Plan Is to Place 8urclngle Around Dody of Animal Just Dehlnd the Forelegs. An excellent method of throwing a fractious horse is to put a surcingle around the body Just behind the forelegs, with three rings on It, one on each side and one under tbo body. Tut a strap around the front lee just nboro hoof, wltb a ring In each. Then take a ropo IS or 20 feet long, run through ring on left side, down through ring on Iclt foot, back through ring on belly, down through ring on right foot, back to ring on right side, and tie. Then take bold 0 Indigestion his duty. Hog Chute on Wheels. a' cine, has Just won her doctor's degree with a paper on scientific cookery. In It sho Impresses forcibly tho fact tint good feeding Is not merely noccssary to good health, but essential to Its restoration. Further, she sets forth that the slops and messes to which Invalids are commonly condemned not merely have no reason of being, 'but that they aro positively hurtful. They overwork stomachs already weak, in sympathy with debilitated bodies; worso still there Is no commensurate return for the work In tho way of nourishment. Yet, It Is manifestly Impossible for sick or weak or ailing folk, old people and llttlo children, to feed upon the "hearty" Things nourish better things, or thoso highly spiced and they aro more readily digested. sauced, which suit healthy persons of Set thr extra nourishment at strong appetites and stronger digesof the food cost, and the food tions. cost :or a family ten dollars a week, Right here comes In the paper bag itlgbt tbcro you havo more tho prlco cookery. Ily help of It, food Is made of bags, grease, clips, etc almost In., tender, easily digested and flavored as cost of the gas. nature wills, with only the added savHut even then the sum In domestic ors that flro brings out. Not only economy Is falrl. begun. meat and vegetables, but fruit as well. bag cooking Just only saves thus neganot Tho French lady lays stress upon the tively by preventing loss and Insurfact that fruit Is almost curative for ing full edibility, but positively and many things If properly prepared. In many, jinny ways, as, for example. Krult cooked In a paper bag Is whol- In the food bought. Hound steak !s ly sanitary. There. Is, further, no more nourishing than any other but troublo of watching, of stirring, no the fact has been held to bo offset by spprehenslon of scorching. tbo extra dentist's bill the eating of It reaches should be scalded In boil- necessitated. Paper bag cooking makes ing water for a mlnuto and a half, It as tender ns porterhouse Itself then the skins removed, and tbo fruit, moreover, thero la no bono to be thrown on the seed, put to stew In a lightly awny nothing but clear meat. And buttered bag. Add a tablespoonful of the favorablo difference In price runs water for a dozen large peaches lies from eight to ten cents tbo pound. If they aro very Juicy. Cook for 20 Living Is In every way the minutes In n fairly hot oven, slacking ono possibledearer alleviation of this Inheat a third after five minutes from creasing coBt, without skimping of aptbo putting In. The seed gives an Is In buying things less co3tly Add petites. flavor. adorable as to sugar to taste, while tho fruit Is very and r- cooking them favor. make tho difference ail In their hot, and let stand several hours bePaper bag cooking will do It; it has fore, using. For an invalid, choose very Juicy peaches, coo's In dono It for me. Let's recapitulate. sweet, fifty small quantity say half a dozen at Say one uses one hundred and sevena time without adding water, and bags In the month, and then allow cents for clips, lard, butter, buttering tbo bag well. Serve un- ty-five and dripping. This gives an Initial sweetened with thick cream. of two dollars beginning the acWash gago plums very well, put debit them In a buttered bag with a very count thus: DED1T. Uttletwater, and cook twelve to twenty-l- Paper bags, butter, clips, one ive minutes, depending on the $2.00 month quantity, in a fairly hot oven. Sweeten CREDIT. while very hot, or add soda If sweet$1.00 Gas saved ening Is forbidden. Saved In wear and tear (5 per Daked pears are relished by almost 50 cent) everybody. Itipe. full flavored fruit of Food saved ($1.00 a week).... $4.00 medium slzo end even Is the best. Saved on meat (75 cents week) $3.00 Cut off tbo stalks close, snip out tho Stuffing. Ducks, Banana Roast blossom end, and stick In a clove Wash your ducks well Inside with there. Pare thinly, pack In a buttered cold salt water If they are wild ducks bag with a little water and cook lie In the salt water for fifto thirty minutes In a fairly hot let them teen minutes. Drain, wipe dry Insldo one-fiftone-fourtd one-ten- th P-r- er bitter-almonn A dollar's worth of paper bags will bn ample to cook for any nvnrago family throughout n month. Add a box of clips at ten cents the; will ho good for another month, and still another In careful hands and tho outlay Is still Inconsiderable. Add still further fifty cents for grossing a pound of lard, halt a pound of butter, half a pound of drippings and tbo total I still moro than moderau. Not. withstanding, It is .noro Ibau plenty onthly of us would care to spend merely In tho Interest of ilitror or eve. offense. I'lenty moro of us like to take duties laboriously, feeling that thus we In to tho kingdom of thritt. So If there were no economic ortket, paper ba cooking would hnve to be reckoned either a fad or a luxury. It Is neither It has come to stay. Say you pay three to four dollart a month for gas which Is about a fair average. It tho paper bag cooking cuts this a third, It has almost paid for Itself at ono fell swoop. Next comes the saving In quantity of food cooked. Paper bag cooking is ahead there. to In pot cooking tho scales ihaw a shrinkage treble that ot bag cooklnr This Is a saving well worth whllo, ret far from telling tho whole story. years or three years In tho Two ACADEMY COURSE, Francis C. Matheny, Dean. years, or three years, In such practical studies as will fit you for an honorable and useful life.. You select your studies from such as these: Physiology the science of health; Civics tho science of government; Grammar Ethics the science of right the nrt of correct speech and and wrong; History necessary for politics, law nnd general Intelligence; Botany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady; Physics the science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc. Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start In tho BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. Best training In Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. Th s Academy has Its own and Men's Dormitory, nnd n large body of students ot high character and ability, able Instructors, and us of College Library and apparatus. . GENERAL letter-writinclass-room- Berea College DR. EDWARD C. DOWNING, DEAN. Tho College Itielf stands apart from all the other schools under Its management and has long maintained the highest standards known in the South. To conform to the Carnegie standards wo havo diminished our former requirements! Required and elective studies with opportunity to concentrate In particular lines. Latest college library In Kentucky, Laboratories equipped for student practice. Courses leading to the degrees of A. B., 11. B. L., and B. Ped. S., MUSIC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Volco Culture, Piano, Theory, Band, may be taken for special fees In connection with work in any of th abovo schools. Questions Answered Berea College, with Its affiliated Berea, Friend of Working Students. Institution. It requires certain fees, but schools, Is not a It 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 proteet the character and reputation of the young people. Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and lmiVove. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurso without extra charge. All except those with parents In Bcroa live in College buildings, nnd assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to tho value of their labor. Except In winter It Is expected that all will have a chanco to earn a part of their expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is the best, but as students must 'attend classes regardless of tho weather, warm wra?i money-making each post, cays a writer In tbo Farm-erMali and Breezo. Cultivator wheel or almost any other kind lying about the placo will do as welL This makes it easy to move tho chuts from place to place. In Sheep. "i Device for Throwing a Horse. Let one man htm, and It will bo no trouble to take bis feet out from under him. t ropo behind borso. Indigestion Is a very common ailment among sheep during tho winter months, and attacks aro frequent, especially whllo tbo llock Is confined to dry feed. Tbo aliment mny bo characterized as a failure of tho natural changes which feed undergoes In tho alimentary canal. Shoep confined to a dry, narrow ration, without any form of succulent food, are moro apt to suffer attacks ot Indigestion than when on pasture. Ordinarily tbo ailment 1b not scrlohs, but If permitted to run Its course takes a moro acute stago and frequently results fatally. Icg of Lamb, with Turnips: Get a fat leg ot lamb, havo the butcher take' off carefully the outside membrane In that most ot tho "shcep-y- " taste resides. Scrape well, wipe over with a damp soft cloth, and It necessary, wash quickly In cold water, but avoid washing If possible. "alt and pepper .modoritcly, then grense well using cither button or clarified drippings dredgo very lightly with flour and put Into a roomy, thlcky greased bag with a pint ot sliced turnips, two small thinly sliced onions, a small sprig ot mint, and a half cup of tomato pulp or catsup. Sliced potatoes can be added at will In that case uso fewer turnips. De suie there are no sharp ends ot bono projecting they should be cut oven. and out, and season very lightly wltb salt and paprika Inside, sprinkling black pepper on tbo outside. Set on Ice whllo you make a stuffing of bananas cut In small cubes, mixed with tbclr own bulk ot toasted bread crumbs and seasoned wltb salt, black pepper, a llttlo chopped celery and plenty ot cold butter. Stuff the ducks lightly, truss firmly, greaso well all over aud tlo thin bacon over tbo breasts. Put In a well greased bag. fitting them close together. Add tho Juice of a lemon, a wineglass ot either claret or sherry, seal bag and cook In n hot oven ten minutes, then slack heat, and finish It ought to requlro about forty minutes more. (Copyright, 1911, by AnoclaleJ Literary and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary. The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. Tbo College asks no rent for tho fine buildings In which students- live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For tablo board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, In the fall, and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. First a "Dollar Deposit," ns guarantoe for SCHOOL FEES are two. return of room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and la returned when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction 1b a free gift). Tho Incidental Fee fqr most students Is $5.00 a term, $6.00 In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 In Collegiate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE. Incidental fee and' room rent by half term. Installments are as follows: tbo terra, board by.-th- e Vocational School. and Foundation FALL TERM Academy and Normal. $ 6.00 College. $ 7.00 Pres.) Incidental Fee noom Board, 7 weeks Amount duo Sept. 13, 1911 Board 7 weeks, duo Nov. 1, 1911 $ COO ' 6.C0 9.15 7.00 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 $31.40 $ 6.00 7.00 9.45 $23.45 9.45 $32.90 $32.40 $ 7.00 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 $31.70 $ 7.00 6.00 6.76 $18.76 6.75 $25.60 $25X0 Pastry By Nicolas Soyer, Chef of Brooks' Club, London. $20.05 9,45 $29.50 $29.00 $ tart to lead Total for term If paid In advance WINTER TERM LIVE STOCKi Make a separate pen for your brood sows and don't havo too much Finest Dscon and Hams. Tbo finest bacon and hams raised fed In Kngland como from bogs principally upon skim milk and barley nioal. It Is claimed by tbo English producers that American bogs are practically all fed on corn, which, although a perfectly wholesonio food, londs to make tbo hog fat and a little mellow, whereas feeding by tho llrltlsb method gives a meat beautifully whlto and aa solid as meat nofd be. Use of Dlood Meal for Calves. A llttlo blood meal, commencing straw. A man who will kcephls sheep In a muddy lot has email conception of Whitewashing stables makes tbem lighter, cleaner aud much more healthful and sanitary. When a farmer baa had sllago for bis owes one winter he hardly knows how to keep them without It. When horses are first put in a strange born they will frequently not cat well for perhaps a week. Noon Is a good tlmo to supply the stock with some green stuff, such as cabbages or roots of any kind. A sheep Is tho most nervous animal on tho farm and get Into low condition quickly and recovers slowly. 811ago keeps tbo sappy appcurance of tho sheeps' bodies and n luster Ir tho wool that dry feed will seldom do Don't feed carrots too liberally to tho horses; they are a laxative. Cut in slices so they can be easily chewed wltb a teaspoon and gradually Increasing to a tablespoonful at each feeding, Is said to havo bonetlclal results with calves that are not doing very well, but as this meal contains about CO per cent of digestible pro tein It would hardly seem to do a proper complement to aklmmllk (or continuous feeding. Baby Beef, A now stylo of baby beet baa been set In soino portions of tho east, par- up. A pig five months old requires one ticularly In Pennsylvania, and fit llttlo animals, weighing .from fo.ir to pound of dlgestlblo nitrogenous feed eight hundred pounds, are now prime to Qv pounds of digestible carbohjf Pastry, cakes and sweets generally are wonderfully Improved by being cooked In paper bags. The concentration ot heat which Is thus gained baa the effect ot making the puff paste lighter and moro regular In texture and all cako mixtures "rise" In w manner tho open oven cannot produce. Then again tho cooking takes much less time, and I need not point out the value ot this. In tbo old style the oven door bad frequently to be opened to watch progress. The pastry was thus exposed to draughts of cool air, which could but produce "doughy," heavy and unsatisfactory results. Puff Paste: Take ono pound flour, of a pound butter, and mix tho flour with water and salt lightly, to the consistency of butter. Leuve this dough for half an hour, then flatten it with your hand, and lay your buttor on top ot the paste. Then fold ray, nnd glvo It two rolls as usual. Luave your paste in a cool minutes, then roll place for forty-fiv- e twlco more. Leave It for forty-fivminutes, and roll twice again. Place It In a larger paper bag which will not touch tho paste. Put on broiler and allow twenty minutes In a hot three-quarte- rs four-corne favorites In the big markets. dratcs. a liberal quantity pt fruit syrup (for preference pineapple) Into a thickly buttered bag. Add the apples, seal bag, placo on broiler nnd simmer gently until cooked, but take care that they they d not get broken. Line a paper souffle-caswith putt paste, rlaca carefully In a woll greased bag, put tho applos In this, and twtst long strips ot citron and angelica round tbem. Placo four ounces of butter In a clean basin, sift In eight ounces of sugur and whip to a cream. Then add the well beaten yolk ot four eggs and seacon to tasto with srated-nutmc- g. Place on the flro and stir gently r.ntll very hot, then add tho whites ot tho eggs, whipped to a stiff froth. Stir there In lightly, then pour over the apples, place lu the bag, put It In tho oven without loss of tlmo and bake to a golden hue. Dust thickly with powdered sugar nnd serve either hot or cold. Plenty of citron or angelica nvist be lined to give tho Idea of n mat. Apple Dumpling: Make It the usual way, Cook in tho paper bag, Allow twenty minutes In a hot oven. Scone:. Any kind of rcono or breakfast rollc should bo placed In a large loose greased paper bag In hot oven. oven. Allow ten to fifteen minutes accord Iiir to size! " SUNDRY SWEETS. Petit Nld: Peel and core half a (Copyright, 1911, by tbo Sturgl Wulton Company.) dozen cooking applet. Empty a gill, e .r Incidental Fee Room Board, C C00 weeks $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $28.50 $ COO 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $30.70 0.00 COO C.75 Amount due Jan. 3. 1912 Board 6 weeks, due Feb. 14, 1912 Total for term If paid In advance SPRING TERM Incidental Fee Hoora Board. 5 weeks C.75 $15.76 6.75 $22-5- Amount due March 27, 1912 Doard, 5 weeks, duo May 1. 1912 $17.75 6.76 $24.50 $24.00 Total for term If paid In advance $22.00 Plan Now, Come March 27th young man or young woman can get an education at the will to do so. thero It is a great ndvautneo to start In the Fall and havo a full year of continuous study. Many young people waste time In tho public schools going over and over tho same things, when they might bo Improvlug much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on now Btudles with Bomo of th best young men and women from other counties and States. Make your plans to come March 27th. For information or friendly advice write to tho Secretary, Any able-bodie- Berea If 1 D. WALTER MORTON, berea, ky Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. the school house, Saturday night, April i8j 1912, Wilson has moved to his farm be- It. L. Ambrose preached at tho school yond Booncvlllo which ho recently j house, Sunday night. Ho will also purchased from William Senlo. Edpreach there noxt Sunday night, ward Klncald nnd son, Tllford, of Rev. J. V, Parsons was called as pas- near Flncastle, came over to bpo tor for nnother year nt Pilot Knob Mr. Klncald'a mother, Martha Main- was our, who has been very sick nnd la church. Rev. R. L. Ambroso Car- - Improving called oa moderator. Herman clowly. Thero haa been lifted Is (all j Ut wtltir. lit nirr He rotttiptndcnrt (iiMlibd aslf rler nnd Mlsa Dobby Baker were unit- - ono of tho lt.rccni tides In South n CTldnct o( teod Ulth. Wilt pUlalj. U sot for pablleatloa, bat ed In mnrrlngo at R. L. Ambroso's j Fork of tho Kentucky river tlila last week. James Idurphy who Is WOck that has been for thirteen years living on S. C. Carrier's place has doing damage, taking away n ' Burning Springs, Clay County Thero a madstono. Mrs. Isaac Burns who pnrt much RULES FOR BOYS CORN CLUB of tho Booncvlllo bridge Is prnyer molting at Indian Creek ling been very 111 Is somo better. J. SKIIAKTAIN boy entering tho contest church every Saturday night I. A. It. Settlo r.nd family have moved to Tho hardest 1. Each Sebastaln, April 6. llowninn was hero last week buying Hamilton, 0. W. M. Hnycs la suf- - rain of tho ocascn fell hero Monday slinll bo between the nges of 10 and tips, Next Saturday and Sunday are fcrlng from a strained hip or rheu- - night April 1st. Tho high water did 15 years, Inclusive regular church days at Indian Creek. matlsm. 11, Roblna haa moved to! much damages-Die- d, 27th,' March 2. Each boy desiring to enter shall , Airs. Wm. Isaacs of Waneta visit-the Caleb Johnaon placo on Silver Mlsa Nancy Williams, after nn 11register his namo with tho County Mrs. Pill Gabbard, Creek. Oscar Hayes nnd W. M. ncss of nearly twelvo months. Sho Superintendent on or beforo Way 1st, ed her mother, Wednesday. Thero Is Sunday School Brown stayed over Sunday nt Philip was burled 1912. nt tho Hunt burying every Sunday at 1 p. m. Hayes'. Robert Coyle of It. Ster- - ground near tho mouth of Buffalo 3. That each boy shall plant and at this placo KKUI1V KXOII ling Is visiting his grandmother, Wrs. Creek' on tho 2Sth. Spring work Is cultivate 1 acre. Tho preparation, Kcrby Knob, April 15. Tho peoKnto Greens. L. C. Powell la In Cln- - progressing slowly on account of planting and cultivation of said aero, delighted with clnnatl buying goods. m much wet weather. Horn to 'Mr. shall bo determined by each In- ple seem to bo much arc maktho flno spring weather and dividual boy. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY i1""1 Mrs- - James Carmack, a flno girl. aro ing good uso of It. Tho roads 4. That each boy onterlng tho conHer namo Is Dora. Born to Mr. nnd ltncKFomt County getting In good shape and hauling has test shall furnish to tho Rockford, April 14. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Rllcy Gabbard, a girl. Her nnmo Is reSuperintendent 15 select ears, bear- begun ngaln. Elijah Hatfield R. McCollum and family of Scaf- Is Etta Mae. Wilson Gabbard Halo J. ing tho namo and ago of tho grower, seriously 111. Mrs. ElUabcth to cently purchased a flno yoko of oxen fold Cano have recently moved 10th at tho nnd cost of producing saino per aged 79 years, died, Apr. Williamsburg. Mr. McCollum Is very from Win. Rico, Jr., for elghty-flv- o homo of her daughter, Mrs. C. Parks, sick. Mr. bushel. nnd Mrs. Luther McCollum dollars. John Adams and family aro to near Kingston and was brought and who have boen visiting In this vld- - ' moving Into tho houso recently vacat-nlt- y 5. Judges will bo appointed measure tho corn and also tho land. burled by her husband, and daughter havo returned to their homo nt (ed by 'Mrs. Nannlo B. Baker. head of C. No person will bo appointed as at tho Bravo yard near tho nnd Williamsburg. .11. E. Bullen rr.mvoimi new grist mill rendy for Powell nnd Miss Judge who has any Interest, cither Owsloy Pebworth, April ".Miss Ida Sams has his M. family, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stephens, grinding. Smith's wlfo haa a tho were married nt directly or Indirectly In any con- Sarah Abncr Bob Bowman and Rev. Georgo Chll- - and cousin, Reuben Sams, were visit-drebaby. Its namo Is Ottlo. Robert home of tho bride, Apr. 9th. Wo wish Ing Mlsa Marthn Hughes, Wednesday new testant. were tho guests of J. W. Todd Judd of Gray Hawk was hero on busi7. Thero will bo a priio awarded them much success and happiness nnd family, Sunday. Mlsa (Myrtlo 0. afternoon. Mlos Eva Prlco entertain-McColluness, a fow days ago. Born to tho Ufo. tho boy growing the greatest 'num- through visited Bertha Bullen ed a lot of young folks, Saturday wlfo of Henry Suylor, a flno girl. Its COUNTY on tho aero in this - temoon. Abe Sama and brother, Rcu-neMADISON ber of bushels J. J. "Martin mado a bulnamo la Edna. .Visa Adeline llurch K1MORTOW Congressional District. trip to Berea, Saturday. Mil- - ben, of Dcese, Jackson County, aro Kingston, April 16. Mr. Jno. Webb lnrd Lutes of Arkansas Is visiting visiting their cousins, 'Mary and Ida Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Rhoda Thero will also be a first, second Edwnrds, of Gray Hawk, this week. nnd third plio awarded to the three and Evan Adams mado a business trip hla parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Henry i8:ims of Pebworth, this week, Ham A. D. Slzercoro moted to London, Inst . Wrs. Bet-ti- e Saturday boys growing tho greatest number of to Richmond, Lutes, near here. Old undo Henry Judd was calling on tho Sams family, wlfo of near Hale died, April 12th, at tho homo Lutes, aged 90 years, Is still able to Sunday. Died at his homo at Bontty-b- e week. John Fields nnd bushels to tho aero In Jackson CounOneida aro visiting relatives here. ty. Thero will also bo a Free Scholar- of her daughter, Mrs. Curt Parks, out. MIes Thursa Kerby of Boono vllle, April 6th, Mr. John Beatty. His Iee Hunter Is working for W. , I (out .... the nt1 nr fa tt nlna ship In tho Eastern Kentucky Normal of heart failure. Sho was 79 years of viBiiru m1ta ........ ..o ...... Inlil . lamua vuyif, suiuiuny. tn8 summcrA. L Clark with their age. Sho has been a member of the Mr. Canfleld and Mr. Hulett nnd faml- - Beatty burying ground.-M-Us School, In connection Ida May Wht.-- H. Baptist church for several years and ly have recently bought and moved , wa, shopping in Idan.ay ono day last prizes. yr.terday. wns loved by all who knew her. Sho to J. J. Martin's place. Just vacated week-B- ost J. J. Davis, Supt. wishes for Tho Citizen ftrnwr nro Mn n.aiiy ,0 ,Mlt C. 1. Moore, leaves four daughters and threo sons. by Mr. Isaac Martin and family. many readers. and It's D. O. Collier. Sho was burled In the family gravelkiio-- k Most ever- - farmer In this vicinity llt'KM.NU M'lttMiM Committee. yard In Jackson County. Tho bereav Is getting ready to plant corn nnd Lcrose, April 8. A largo crowd at ed ones have our deepest sympathy to put out gardens. Joe Bullen tended church nt Buffalo, Sunday, Burning Springs, April 12. Frank Mewrs. Chester and Kit Parks, of Wlldlo visited his uncle, J. M Bui- - Rev. Mason preached. Wllllo Scale Baker who haa been spending tho JACKSON COUNTY ( John Webb and Misses Lyda and Jes len of Rockford, Sunday The Sunday and 'Mlsa Llzzlo Webb wero mnrrlod winter with his uncle. Harvey Luns- McKEE Young, Eva Lewis and Lizzie School at Scaffold Cano Is progress- - j at tho homo of tho bride, Saturday, jford, of Midway, returned laBt MoilLuns-for- d sie McKce, April 15, Tho Rev. Wllllo Moore of this placo Is In day. Tin funeral of Wm. Murray's preached in the Christian church '.Moore wero entertained at tho home ing nicely with a large attendance. Mr. Davidson of Dlsputanta was In Jackson on business. There haa been wlfo of .London took placo nt last Sunday. Circuit Court ended of Suda Powell last Sunday In honor Saturday. Mrs. W. Vlnra lots of rain and tho water has been donln last week. Sho was tho daugh- last week. I. It. Hays made n trip to cf her cousin, Miss Anna Powell of Welchburg last week. Geo. Bowles Berea, who Is one of tho teachers of of Scaffold Cane expects to get In a higher than In a long time. News . tor of tho Rov. Isaac Hrlguian. Sliu tho "Model Schools. Miss Nellie Law-so- n fine lot of ladles' summer lints, Snt- - has Just reached hero that tho Iioone-urda- y leaves a family and many friends to Is visiting at Greonhall, this week. spent Saturday and Sunday with evening, April 20th. Saturday vllle bridge was greatly damaged by mourn her oudden death which was Mrs. Hornsby has been sick for a at- - caused by being frightened by a burn' of Berea was her aunt, Mro. Geo. 'Moody. Mr. and night and Sunday, April 27th, tho tho high tide. Several peoplo few days. John Fowler nt tended tho County convention at Ing building. Our chapel wns crowd- In town last Saturday. Arch Rey Mrs. F. P. Bsntley left, Tuesday, for Rov. "Murrell expects to preach g nolds and Leonard Wgnlte were visit Texas, where they will make their Scaffold Cano. Everybody Is Invited Booncvlllo, today. Thurman Brandcn. ed last Sunday morning with future home. Mrs. J. M. Boen and to come. Sunday. Is preparing to build a largo to- - 'day School scholars and visitors. Tho ing at Gray Hawk last Easter exercises wero very Interestbacco barn. CLIMAX Judge J. W. Mulllns attended tho Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cornellson spent ing and Instructive. Tho work dono Climax. April 11. Walk Croutcher conventions at Winchester and Louis- Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Will CLAY COUNTY gives Mlsa Luclllo Rawllngs great ville last weak. E. L. "Mulling went Cornellson. and "Mrs. Sarah Baker, 'widow of J. VINE nAIlTS Mr. Baker, wero married a few days ago. to High Knob last Saturday. vine. Atirll 12. Mrs. Frank Hicks credit for the skillful way bIio train- Harts, April 15. Messrs. D. C. and children. The chapel wna benu- Uncle Abncy Balllnger Is stlfl llv- - Idled, April 2nd. of consumption. Her Fulton, who has been visiting his uuw home for a few days, has returned Mnson Pulllns of Richmond visited Ing, but probably cannot live many 'remains were laid to rest In the faml- "" uccoraicu wun more days. Grant York Is getting T grave yard near her home. Sho ,nn1 pictures. Tho ladies hold their to his work. Fire got out In tho tho horns of J. W. Lake, Sunday. Thero were quite a number of peoplo along flno with his new ground. He liaves n husband nnd six children to 'regular meeting of tho Women's Im- woods near hero last week, and people had a hard time keeping It from out Sunday to hear Mr. and Mrs. Rob hns four acres cleared. John Rlgsby mourn her loas.-- Mrs. Martha' Rico ! I'rovement nub last Thursday even-1- 4 erts preach, and also, Mrs. Selew, Is clearing a new ground! Isaac Recmo 0 cluu 18 novf JolnB burning their fences. visiting her mother, Mrs. Laura, "? who gave us quite an interesting talk tor was at Klrksvllle a few days ago Tlncher of Gray Hawk, who la verv R along tho lines of ISAACS about her missionary work In India, on business. Charley Baker's small Hurley of London and t'ng and cleanliness. Tho next meet-MiIsaacs, April 13. We have had a Japan and Ada which every ono Thursday, the 25th. Tho son Is yet alive, but cannot survive Liza J. Wilson of Malcolm wero 'lnK wll very nice week for work and peoplo G. Baker Mr. and Mrs. to married at Jclllco, Txnn.. last week. jWP'e 'or consideration Is "How very busy. Died, April havo moved to their new home on many more days. have been IIIIUNDII Wc wish them a long and prosperous beautify our town." Thoro will also 5th, J. G. Allen, who has bene sick Scaffold Cano pike. Mrs. C. C. Logs-to- n Orlando, April 13. Wo nro hair Ufo. Tho big tldo of tho first and bo n debato on this question, Resolv for somo time. Mr. Allen was 73 Is Improving slowly. John Gadd ing somo nlco weather now. Everyed, that tho wlfo Is a greater factor second of this month did great dam-agmany years old and has been for who has teen to Ohio for nearly a body Is trying to form. D. M. Slng- tho '.Mr. and Mrs. John Whlttymoro In beautifying tho homo than years an able minister of tho gospel. year returned homo to visit for a hns leton mado a business trip to Mt.'lof Ethel visited relatives hero last husband." J. W. Montgomery He leaves a wife, ten children and a week. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hawkins Sunday' Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. May moved Into tho homo recently occuhost of friends and relatives to mourn are being entertained by Mrs. Haw-kin- s' yomon, Fr:day.Saturdajt.and were regular church days at Maplo Ponder who has been sIck Is nblo to pied by J. Smith. Mrs. Knto WIiUk his loss. M. L. Watson and family Sidney Grove. Services conducted by Rev. bo father, Mr. Barrett. out niraln. Jas. Hicks has tneu- - . sold Mr, Montgomery a good cow for of Elk Valley, Tenn., are visiting Van Winkle has returned from Hamil exchange Is now Parker. Mrs. Jano Head and daugh monla fever.-F- ellx Burns who has ,tWrty dollars.-T- ho relatives In this vicinity. Mrs. Tom ton, where he has been working. by Miss Uesslo Rawllngs. on spent thrco years In tho U. S. Army ter of Cooksburg were calling Mrs. Brewer has a fine baby girl. Prof. Lewis and family visited his trlcnds hero. Thursday. Mrs. M. T I vUltlne frlendH nml hero. iHunry Brown Is tho llneman.-Ell- HTt '.Mary J. Barrett of Berea was called mother, Mrs. Lewis, of Harts, Sun Singleton Is doing well In tho mllll- - tMis8 Mattlo Clark left last Wednes- - ' ,,l,,,banl soU1 hls cottago homo tn Mr. to this placo a few days ago by tho day. They took a stroll to Bear Knob tho td.iv rnr ner.rcla Sweet notntoes ro'McKlnnoy who has charge of death of her father. A. J. Casteel which was enjoyed very much. W. nery business this spring. 'Mrs. Su eie Pennington has been visiting filing at $1.25 a bushel. Mrs. Saruh mall route. Dr. II. II. Hornsby la was a B. Is sick with measles. Thero Lake and little daughter, Nellie having his homo painted by J. II. tide In Pocd Creek, recently, that Gertrude, aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. relatives hero recently. Miss Halllo Wilson died of consumption, April C. Thompson. Tho recent flood wns tho Singleton of Cooksburg la visiting Ishe leaves a husband, ono son and washed away all the foot bridges and D. C. Pulllns, this week. "Miss Mar- relatives horo this week. Miss Lei- daughters to mourn her loss. 8ho greatest ever seen In this country. fencing. Newly plowed tX much land tha McQueen paid Miss Dottle Jones Alox Clarknton's proiwty was greatla Owens is getting along flno as a was burled In tho cemetery at j was also badly damaged. a visit, Sunday. Quito a lot of folks ly damaged. All tho bridges wero In tho L. and N. office at den, Sunday evening, ITCBLKT went to Kindred Springs, Sunday, to this place. Opple Owens called on washed away. skxtonm cheek Hurley, April 15th. Thero was a a picnic. John Dougherty who has friends at Climax from Saturday unEdSextons Creek, April 13. J. H. GARRARD COUNTY largo tide In Indian Creek last week beon sick Is ablo to bo out again. til Monday. Bill Anglln of Climax wards of Gray Hawk was hero on PAINT IJCK. damago to Thomas Williams has gone to Coving which did considerable was calling on friends here, Sunday, business, Monday. A new baby vls- May Paint Lick, April 1). ton to work. tho farmers. Ed uauliard and It. Aunt Nerva Iegcr moved to tho ltd tho homo of Fuz Campbell 11 Gulnn entertained tho young peoplo Anderson went to Livingston, Friday. IIKi III I.I. property of Mrs. M. T. Singleton cn few days ago. Its namo Is Wm. Clark. of Wallnceton at nn Easter party g W. K. McCollum and family have Big Hill, April 10. Rev. J. W. East Main St. Mrs. Martha Mason 'Rllcy Gabbard swapped his team last Saturday night. Hugh Miller of moved to Livingston. Married, the filled his regular appointment and children of Pino Hill will call of mules last week. Born to tho Mt. Vernon, and Miss Sarah Uiwson 5th of this month, Ben Gabbard cf at Pilot Knob last Saturday nnd Sun- on Mrs. Myrtlo Mason, Sunday. wlfo of W. H. Hunter, a flno boy. of Wallaccton, wero married at tho Hurloy to Miss Mattlo Rawllngs of ' day. Mr. Parsons also preached at Its nnmo Is Lawson. W. N. Burch homo of tho bride's mother, Mrs. OWSLEYCOUNTY East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else ' ROYAL Absotuteiy Pura BAKING POWDER j 1- J I Economizes Butter, Flour, Eggs; makes the food more appetizing and wholesome The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream ol Tartar Forkaron i j sa ' m ss .1 j, Elizabeth '.McCollum, Wednesday Apr. 10th. James Shclton of Lowell and Miss Salllo Weaver of this placo left Miss Woaver's parents, Apr. 10th, and woro drovo to Rev. Creech's and secretly married. Mrs, Easter Ann Ponder, wlfo cf Justlco Ponder, died at her homo near horo after a brief Illness, April 4th, ago 32 years. Sho leaves a husband and two children, n father, mother nnd two brothers to grlovo for her, Sho was burled In Rockcasllo County near her father's homo. Mrs. Tom Kdoii, who has been very 111, is better. Mrs. Addlo Gentry nnd dnughtcrs, Graeo and Dorn, were tho guests of a. B. Gabbard and lanilly last Tuesday. ESTILL COUNTY WAUKIINV11.1.K Moco-Rockfo- rd j Sun-bur- I ' April 8. Thero was Wagersvllle, qulto a llttlo rlso In Station Camp Creek last week. Laban Park tamo home, Friday, after a few days itay with relatives In Frankfort.. Mr. and Mrs. AmbroM Wilson and llttlo son txiuls, wero tho guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. Jeff Wagers, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B. Kelly went to Richmond, 'Monday, where Mrs. Kelly will bo treated by Dr. Gibson. Quito a number of men and boys attended court at Irvine, Monday. Tho Misses Klla and Maudo Park, Lena ami Anna 'Klyun, Fan' ScrlvtHT and 'Messrs. Bob Flynn, Fin-le- y IHiers and Jim Warford wero tho guests of Miss Kato Wagers, Sat- miot urday night and Sunday. . 'rk gnrden-lck.-Charl- ss C INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE WEBSTER'S NEW o. n"Bl tionary in many years. Contains tho pith and emenee of an authoritativo library. Covers cvory field of knowl. odgo. An Encyclopedia in a siuglo book. Tho Only Dictionnry v. i:h tho New VivMl i'uHc. 117CO 400,000 Words. Pases. 0000 Illustrations. Cost nearly half a million dollars. MERRIAM WEBSTER Tho Only Xew unabridged dic- Lot us toll you about this most romarkablo single vol' mo. ticuUrs, etc. Ii'imo this Maul-stude- nt -- ppr wo J vrtU euilfrco uid tttX of Pocket lsa Par-son- MrrrltmCo, PlirlniiflrKI, .Mma. Why Pay Fiva Timas Mora for a Roof than You notd to? I am ANNOUNCEMENT a candidate for Assessor -- &M FLINTOID ROOFING Outlasts FIVE Ordinary Roofs. Nearly Twenty Years' Test Proves it C. Has no Equal for Farm, Factory and Residence buildi- water tight seams. C Your Dealer can furnish Samples and Proofs. C. If not, ash Us. Owsley County. I am ono of tho family of six boys each of whom always supported tho Republican party and this Is tho first time in Ufo that either of us ever asked tho people of our county for office. I have always stood for morality nnd for nearly twenty years I havo been pleading for cleanliness and honesty In elections nnd I am In favor of strict enforcement of tho laws. Robert F. Wilson. I j ; Hanna's Green Seal "The Made-to-We- ar j Paint" FORMULA. ON EVERY PACKAGE Does This Mean Anything to You ? It expresses the maker's faith in the product. Labor is the principal cost in paiating. The material should be the best. ngs. C. Kant Leak Kleets absolutely insure ROOFING DEPARTMENT The Diem & Wing Paper Company, PIONEERS IN THE ROOFING LINE CINCINNATI, . OHIO Tl'llIN Turin April G Robert Malnous has returned homo from Rockcastle County, whero ho has been employed for tho past month In Professor Smith's nursery. "Mrs. Sophia Dally from Conway, Rockcastlo County Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ellen Malnous, this week. Henry Campbell has moved to his place, recently vacated by Burnn Sealo. Allen Davidson and family passed through Turin today 011 their way to tholr now homo purIn Jack3on County which ho chased from John E. Holcomb. I. YOU CANNOT AFFORD ANY OTHER KIND. I FOR SALK BY I J. D. CLARKST0N, Berea, Ky.