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IDe-vote- d The Citizen DKH12A, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MAY 2, 1012 to tlie Interests of tlx MovLntstin People Ono Dollar a ycnr. No. 4t Vol. XIII. Klvo conln n copy. LIVING MONUMENTS Two weeks ago, tho I8lh, wo gave largo Rpnco to tlio celebration of Dr. Pearsons' Hirtlnlny, his address to the student body occupying our cdltoral column. Wo also published the splendid address of Dr. Dnrton on "Tho Power of Personality" which was tho chief fcaturo in Boreu'n celebration of her great benefactor's completion of his 02(1 year. Now, so soon nnd so unexpectedly, wo aro called upon to record his death. Sunday, Apr. 11th., 02 years young, ho was rejoicing with his h friends, nnd expressing tho confident expectation of ncoing his birthday. Uut on that very day he contracted 'a cold which developed into pneumonia and on Saturday morning, tho 27th, tho end came. A few miles cast of Heron up in the hills aro many springs that for yenrs wnstcd their coolness in the sands of I ho valleys below, but now theso valleys nro pierced by the iron mains and the refreshing streams nrc noloiigor wnstcd the springs aro transplanted to the cam pus. Not until these springs cense to flow until these fountains cease to sparkle will the memory of Dr. Penrsons fail in Derea. Farther back In tho mountains, on tho western plains, niul among tho granite hills of New England thousands of youths and maidens saw and heard the doors of opportunity closing to them as they sought the school and the college. Dr. Penrsons thrust open and will forever tho dead hold optu these doors to them. Childless, he will ever be honored by his forty seleu adopted children his colleges; and an ever increasing intellectual offspring will cherish his memory a. down tho ages. litin-ilredt- FERTILIZERS Globe, Equity, Mt. Pleasant Now ready for delivery at the lowest prices at NEW ARRIVALS FOR MEN AND BOYS Our Spring Stock is fully assembled and ready for your inspection. The Styles are all advanced and exclusive. We have a large assortment of Suits for both Men and Boys in all the New Colors and Weaves. "DUTCHESS" Trousers Are Here includes Patterns and Colors to please all tastes, in sizes to fit all figures, at prices to suit every purse. The warranty on DUTCH IiSS Trousers Lose a insures you against mishaps. button or have them rip and we pay you the indemnity: 10 cents a button, $i a rip. Our assortment ' CHRISMAN'S LEAVING WINTER QUARTERS "THE FURNITURE MAN" out-door- R. R. COYLE BEREA KENTUCKY WORLD NEWS NEWS OP THE WEEK Taft Still Far in the Lead President of China Delivers First Extra Flood Subsiding Western Storm. Mexican Revolutionists Message Seek Recognition England and U. EXTRA S. Send Warships to Mexican Coast President Taft won in the Presi Olympic in Trouble A Visit from dential Preference Primary in MassGermany. achusetts, Tuesday, over Theodore Roosevelt, by 3600 majority. AlYUAN'S FIIIST MESSAGE Vunn Shi Kal, President of tho though he carried the State, by a Chinese Republic, delivered his first fault in the law respecting the castmcssago to Uio Provisional Chinese ing of ballots, while a majority exSenate, Monday. It was personal pressed a preference for Taft, enough of the fame people expressed a perand not a formal written address. sonal preference for the Roosevelt Tho President calls for tho of order and tho retention delegates at Urge to give them to of external friendship, stating that him and thus divide the State's The tho attitude of tho foreign powers votes evenly. has been such as to merit tho grotl-tud- o however, declines to accept these votes, since, as between him and the of China. Tho chief recommendtho President, the majority arc for the ations wcro as to reforms In finances and tax system, negotla-tlo- n President. In the same way Clark ran far of foreign loans, tho establishment of Bureaus of Forestry, Indus- ahead of Wilson but Gov. l'oss gets try and Commorco and tho reduction the delegates. of tho army. Ho states that religious TAFT FAR AHEAD liberty will bo guaranteed. Tho mesTlio contest between tho Presisago Is reassuring. Roosevelt for dent and TO ASK UECOQNITION tho Republican nomination has boen ory bitter during tho past week Representatives of tho Revolutionary forces la Mexico aro In Wash- tho most Litter undoubtedly In our ington for tho purposo of mnklng o political annals. Tho primary In New demand for tho formal recognition of Hampshire resulted In a signal victho belligerency of tho Huvolutlon-nr- y tory for 'Mr. Taft, ho now lacking party. Tho claim Is mado that only 112 of tho votes necessary to u Conllnunl on t'ge Five tho Revolutionaries only deslro tho recognition of tlio principles of tho tho Constitution which Mexican to has failed Madoro Government IN OUR QWN STATE achieve. A letter from Ambassador Capitol states Wilson at tho Mexlrnn that tho Government Is doing nil In Excitement in Democratic Ranks Wrecks on L. St N. and Q. & C Its power to protect American subStatus of Woman's Suffrage Changjects, nnd has not failed to tho exing Controversy Between Bradley tent reported. and Powers. (Contlmtril on Pugr I'ttr) main-talnan- The flics are leaving their winter quarters. Only a few are in evidence, and these few nre generally found trying to get through the window pane, seeking tho light and warmth of the The dark, warm and hidden corner behind the stove, in tho cracks, or behind tho torn wall paper is no longer necessary for their warmth nnd comfort. Now while they nro few they are trying to get out. On their medium of propagathe outside where filth is moro plentiful tion they will become millions, Then they will be battling nt the doors to get in. Ono fly killed now ns it seeks to make its exit means a thousand, possibly ten thousand, killed a little Inter on. So now is the time to swat them. And one fly killed now may mean a doctor bill saved, au epidemic avoided, the postponement of a funeral many funerals. Is it not worth while? Hut this is not nil of the fight. If the few Hies get out mid the stable and the out.houses are cleaned up, if the refuse in the kitchen is properly screened or disinfected, they will find no place to lay their eggs flies do not feed their young. The eggs must be deposited iu filth off of which they live as maggots until they are able to fly, until they come to the kitchen and dining room for their desert. In exchange for these delicacies they will leave from their sticky legs disease germs on the butter, on the bread, on the jelly, or they may plant tho germ of Tuberculosis in tho pin scrntch on the baby's dimpled arm or foot. Then organize the fly killers. It is a religious service, a patrithe doctrine of cleanli-uesotic scrvico. Proclaim from the house-topIt is a real gospel a gospel of salrution salvation from disease nnd premature death. Orgnuizo iu the towns, get out a search warrant for tho health officer. If he can be found, have another appointed. Have your town as beautiful, as cleau and as healthful as any town in America, nnd your home will be included, of course. It is n problem of back yards and stable yards; of kitchens, of s nud dark alloys. And the problem is solved by the application of one delightful word eleanliiieKn. Derea has had two cleaning up campaigns already this spring and they have worked wonders, and many other townsf are awake, but this only shows how much there is to be done. The breeding places The fight in only beyun. of the flies have hardly been touched. s s. ROUSING SOUTHERN WELCOME FOR THE CINCINNATI BOOSTERS Special Train Here With Enthusiastic Cincinnati Commercial Association Members Interesting Program With Speeches and Music By Weber's Prize Band. A splendid welcomo was accorded of tho Cincinnati members Commercial Association upon th-l- r arrival In Berea. Tho flno special train of eleven cars attracted much tho Memorial Services for Dr. Pearsons Interesting Addresses by Prof. Raine, Mr. Osborne and Mrs. Frost. A memorial service In honor of Dr. Pearsons was held In tho Chapel, Tuesday afternoon at 3:30, a largo number of tho studentB, faculty nnd friends being present. Tho scrvico began with tho singing of "How firm a foundation,'' after which Prof. lows: "Memorials havo a largo place In our lives. Family keepsakes help to attention at tho station. The music by Weber's band was a very interesting feature of tho visit. Berea had made considerable preparations for the reception of tho gentlemen from tho Queen City, but owing to the fact that tho train was lato In arriving nnd tho tlmo allotted to Berca was short, tho full program could not bo carried out. Mr. H. E. Taylor, Purchasing of tho College, and tho Editor of Tho Citizen met the Boosters at Mlddlcsboro and returned on their train with them. They enjoyed their hospitality, marched In their lines at the various stops and met A-g- and became personally acquainted with a number of ths representatives. When tho train reached Berea a large crowd was present to meet them, the College band was playing and a number of representative business men of tho town, led by tho band, and a company of tho young men from tho College, dressed in their whlto ducks, soon formed In line to escort them to tho Chapel. Prof. Scale was marshal of tho occasion and tho line, Weber's band playing, proceeded up' tho hill to Chestnut Street, to Boone Tavern whero lemonade was served by a committee of young ladles and around Ha In Street and through tho campus to the Chapel. A good audlenco was present, mado up both of College pooplo and cltlz- Contlnurd on page Five Uff" - iMiiiTailMi CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE KinST PAGE Editorials. In Our Own Stato. News of the Woek. World Nowa. Welcomo for Roosters. , Memorial Services for Dr. Pearsons. General Sermon. SECOND PAGE! News. Pres. Taft Resents InsulU. TlilltU Kentucky News. Markets. PAC1E Sunday School Lesson. FOURTH PAOB Local News. Dellqucnt Tax List. ' letter Frost FIFTH PAOH from Pres. Frost. and Weatherford on Wblto Man's liurden. THEIR TURN had their fight In Kentucky and for a whllo seemed to bo all tho show, tho Democrats tho smiling and looking on. Uut contest between Tuft nnd Roosovclt e, has passed on to tho East nnd to nnd now wo lmvo tlmo glvo a llttlo nttcntlon to what promises to bo a show nlmost equally exciting. Tho contest now would seem to bo as to whether tho convention shall send an Instructed or an Messrs. delegation, and Haley and 'Mayo aro said to udvo-cal- o au uulnstnictud delegation with tho hopo of finally landing Kentucky In tho Harmon column. On tho other hand. It Is claimed that tho stato Is by right for Clark, and Congressman Jamos calls upon tho Democratic bosses to "unmask." Tho situfrom ation Is growing In Interest day to day, and by tlio Umo tho convention Is pulled off, tho 29tlt of May, our friends of tho opposlto party may havo a llttlo excitement of their own. Tho Republicans elso-whor- us tender and truo. National monuments bind us together as a peoplo and keep us from being selfish and clannish. AU biography Is a memorial of tho great sweep of history ono of tho noblest of all studies and Is simply a well poised memorial of tho raco of men. In religion tho sabbath Itself Is a memoron ial of tho rlso of Jesus Christ tho first day. EastT Is a memorial; Christmas Is a memorial; and tho most holy sacrament of tho Lord's m&k Supper Is a momorlal of Chrlst'B sacrifice for us. So about memorials most silent, tho most sacred, tho and tho most notablo lmpluses of God has our natuVo aro gnthcred. so mado us that wo cannot attain to tho highest manhood and tho highest womanhood unlets wo remember. Thero can bo no character without DR. DANIEL KIMBALL i BIRDSEYE VIEW OF CINCINNATI BOOSTERS EN ROUTE. PEARSONS memory. WHY YOU SHOULD USE "Ono of tho highest of our abiliDlnsmoro read from tho fourth chapsang "I know ties Is reflection upon what has been ter of Joshua. Then all whom I havo believed." Rev. Roberts our experlenco beforo, or In tho of others. Wo havo our led In prayer. Conllnunl un I'age I'lvr spoko In part as fol Prof. Ralno TO Red Top Roofing Red Top is the CHEAPEST GOOD ROOF. No Painting or Patching Every Year. FIRE INSURANCE Costs Less than Any Other Roofing. No Tar to Run Out; only High Grade Asphalt Used in its Makeup. You can lay it in zero weather or in July It's never soft nor brittle; will not break. It is GUARANTEED by its manufacturer who will give you a new roof free of cost if it does not last 5 years. SIXTH PAGE Serial Story. SEVENTH PAGE Poultry Notes. A Novelty Paper Pag Cooking. mQliTH PAGE Eastern Kentucky News. change being scheduled to take place tho first lssuo in Juno, after which tlmo all of Its columns allko will y Tho Cltlzon Is an tho bo open to tho local and foreign weekly. It Is slowly growing, And to them It offers tho avorogo circulation for 1003 being following advantages; :,082; for 1910, 2,315; for 1911, 2719; not First, it covers n territory and It Is expected to pass tho three touched extensively by any other thousand mark this year. paper. Exclusive of Berca and vicinity Second, It reaches tho best homes Southren 'Madison County It circu- and tho best peoplo of this terrilates extensively In Jackson, Owsley, tory. RAILROAD WRECKS Of What camo near being a disas- Clay and Rockcastlo Counties. Third, it protects both tho adverand tiser and his patronc by accepting trous wreck occurred on tho L. and theso counties, two, Jackson Tho no questionable ads, whatever everyOwsloy, havo no local paper, N. Road a few miles south of Winchester, Sunday night. Tho train Citizen having tho largest circulathing of tho patent medlclno nature ran Into a laudslldo, Uio engine, two tion In thorn of any other weekly la debarred. haggago and or dally. cars, a mall car Fourth, Its advertising rates nro Furthermore, Tho Cltlzeu Is soon rcasonablo and will bo furnished on smoker wcro derailed. Tho engineer to bo an all home print paper, tho , request Cntluurlou I'ltt THE FOREIGN ADVERTISER lntcr-count- HENRY LENGFELLNER Office Pt Jackson St., rear of Main. Phone 7 or 181. Page Two. THE CITIZEN. REINCARNATION? "POPULAR DEMAND" OR WHICH7 MONEY Cost of Roosevelt Doom to Date ceeds the Cost of the Last National Campaign. Ex- May 2, 1912. ON BOARD A The Citizen A CARPATHIA family newspaper for alt that It right true and Interesting. t IVrna, Ky. Iubluhcd every Thursdsy NUMBER OF KENTUCKIAN3 WERE ON RESCUE SHIP. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (IneorporatwJ) J. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. 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How this money Is used nnd where It comes from Is of Interest to all citizens. In (lklnhoma tho charge has been rando that tho Roosoveit mnnagcrs paid $76 a vote to delegates to conventions. This Is the stnto where Mr. Roosevelt said there was a "genuine Louisville Demonstrates Grief Placing Flag on City Hall at Half Mast. A Oy THE BIBLE: WHAT IT IS By Rev. William Evans, D. D., Dim IUJ. lld, primary." The ob-ta- in OP KENTUCKY FltKSS ASSOCIATION. of a man, who has already served two terms In the white house, by the votes qf tho Republican pnrty. and who now, not only in violation or the unwritten law of the republic, but In violation A man Is generally willing to work of his own solemn promise to the na for nothing at a thing that Isn't worth tlon, voluntarily given on tho night of doing. November S, 1904, 1b seeking a third term on n nntlonal platform so un- A cluij has been organized In New Republican In nature that he dare not York to boost good plays. It will not Attacks of Theodore Roosevelt discuss It himself, as Is shown by his lie overworked. recent speeches In Illinois, PennsylFull of Falsehoods. vania, nnd New Hampshire. Not until tho queen tries to cook a "Tho fact that this candidate Is now meal on the king's new stove w'.tl the UNFAIR ONE claiming to wear the mnntle of A bra HIS CAMPAIGN truo test CQinc. tram Lincoln Is evidence that the acme of demagogism In this country has The man who loves been reached. winters has been caught studying a Misrepresentation, Vllllficatlon, Abuse "Thote states which havo yet to and Assaults of Roosevelt Will teed catalogue. elect delegates to tho Republican naNo Longer Be Tolerated tlonal convention In Chicago might Persons who clamored for an old Former President Would Just as well realize now that tho re fashioned winter arc said to have public as well as the Republican par Wreck the Party. ceased clamoring. ty has been placed In Jeopardy by the After enduring with Infinite pa- Issues raised by Theodore Roosevelt. If there Is a sleeping volcano under tience, not only because of the dignity They must rcallzo that tho unwritten tho Panama canal tho thing for it to cf tho high offlco which ho holds, but law of the republic that no man shall do Is to sleep on. also because of the personal friend be president three terms. Is an Insur ship which he has enjoyed and had mountable obstaclo to the success of any party In any national election In Dig feet may lndlcato a big brain, hoped to maintain with former Presibut most women would rather have dent Theodore Roosevelt, President this country. They must realize that beauty than brains. William H. Taft has finally been the proposal of the recall of Judges and of Judicial decisions is not only forced to resent the mlsrcpresenta A French couple- - made their wed- tions of his actual position on public but rank Socialism. ding tour In nn aeroplano. An actual Issues, the untruths which have been The duty of Republicans toward a can case of "fly with me." attcrcd with respect to his official ac- didate for the nomination on such a tlons and to the conduct of this cam platform Is therefore, plain, "The president Is In this tight to A New York highwayman held up a paign and attacks upon him which not poet. But then mistakes will happen, Infrequently Involved his personal stay. He will bo the nominee of the even In tho robbery business. honor as a man as well as his Intcg-rlt- Republican convention at Chicago. In this connection It must not be forgot as president of the United States, ten Railroads propose to advance tho The president and his campaign ago that ho was nominated four years without the votes of the states of rates on bny, but other breakfast managers have sought throughout foods can be shipped at tho old price. this campaign, by a dignified and fair Illinois, Pennsylvania, Indiana, New York or Wisconsin. In this contest he courso of conduct, to maintain the ReThus far the announcement of sclen. publican party as a militant power Is already assured of an overwhelming lists that blondes are doomed has not for good in the land, with a view to majority of the delegates from In caused a slump in tho peroxide roar another triumphant victory at tho diana and New York, and of a large number of delegates In Pennsylvania, kct. polls In November. none of whom voted for him in 1908. On the contrary, Theodore RooseThe stoneless plum has been velt and bis friends and backers have evolved by human science. But as yet conducted an organized campaign to 9MMy.K.MyM.....M....'M.... .i the waterless milk is a drama of the wreck the Republican party, not only te Standing of Candidates future. by engendering personal animosities : by attacks on Individual leaders of S President Taft now has 388 J. A New York woman called a police- tho party In various states, but by of. man when a man proposed to her on fering and supporting a national plat- V delegates to the Chicago conven-tlon Instructed for or pledged to the street. Probably afraid that he'd form which Is rank Socialism. As a x his renomlnatlon. His support Is 5j get away. result of this situation Director Wil- J. of such character as will vote for "J liam B. McKlnley of tho National Taft him first, last and all the time. A New York legislator proposes an bureau, Issued the following state- J-- Mr. Roosevelt has 170 votes; Sen- - J antl treatlng bill. If It goes through, ment to the public on April H: ator LaFollette 36 and Senator how will the native New Yorker get "The outcome of the Pennsylvania Cummins 6, '5 his drinks? primaries is plainly Indicative of the ft' X fact that national Issues aro playing Tho man who flew from London to only a small part In some states In Paris the other day went up six thou- tho campaign for tho Republican nom PATRONAGE LIE NAILED sand feet for tho purpose of avoiding ination for president. tnowd rifts. "Instead of constructive statesman Roosevelt Most Notorious Patronage ship being put forth In an effort to User In History. Vas.ar girls have formed a tire solve tho problems beforo the country brigade; but It Is supposed that they and as a bid for votes on the ground The hypocrisy of Theodore Roosewill dispense with tho book and lad- of merit, a natlon-widcampaign of velt has not been better illustrated la der company. willful and malicious misrepresentathis campaign than by bis chargo tion, vllllficatlon and assault on the that President Tnft has used federal According to a London professor the president of tho United States has patronage to secure his renomlnatlon. most humane way to kill an oyster Is been substituted. campaign. No president of this country ever to eat him. Hut suppose ono does amounting in fact Such aa conspiracy. to used patronage as did Theodore not like oysters? not only to humiliate tho president Roosevelt to secure his nomination In personally, but to commit the Repub1901. Tho California surgeon who relican party to rank Socialism, has Ho used It without stint to defeat moved his own appendix only proved been countenanced and conducted by his enemies In tho campaign of 190S. that tomo portions will do anything to former President Theodore RoosoIn this campaign his own escape paying a doctor bill. velt. retained by President Taft, "Tbo time has arrived to call a halt have, in answer to his call, worked In view of the threatened baseball on such proceedings. Modern railroading gets a sideswipe every time a spectacular wreck PRESIDENT TAR paid ,110,000 out of his own pocket In his own district, on promise of reimbursement, besides what headquarters sent him. In Chicago two men contributed $7,000 for uso In ono district on primary day nnd $200 was offered eight precinct captains to desert Taft. Where Is tho money coming from? George W. Perkins, director of the International Harvester company and of the United States Steel corporation, neither of whom Theodore Roosevelt ever harmed, but on the contrary detended as president nnd defends now. Is tho "head of the barrel." Prank A. Munsey, a large holder of steel common stock, Is a close second. In addition Gilford Plnchot, John F. flass of New Hampshire, who ran tho Roosevelt campaign In North Dakota; Governor Chase Osborno nnd Truman H. Newberry of Michigan; Chauncey Dewey nnd Alexander 11, Revell of Chicago; Thomas Nlodrlng-hau- s and Walter Dickey of Missouri and a host of others In the Roosevelt fold are millionaires or multimillionaires. Incidentally Theodore Roosevelt himself has made a million dollars since his return from Africa, He once said "no man could make n million dollars honestly In a life time." bribery." In Pennsylvania, Instead of standing at tho polls and handing each Roosevelt voter a $5 bill, "duo bills" wcro Issued calling for this amount which were collected nt headquarters when countersigned by the district lenders. It Is estimated that JIUU.OOO was expended In this mnnner. This would "roach" 20,000 voters. In New York county the Roosevelt mnnagcrs expended a quarter of a million dollars. One district lender snmo "crew" has since "worked" Kansas nnd Ncbrnska and Is now In Arkansas, as witness tbo following telegram; managers nro using "Roosevelt money under tho guise of paying wages to workers, another name for Louisville. number of Louisville and Kentucky peoplu wero on the the steamer which rescued tho survivors of the Titanic. Among them wero Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A, Shuttleworth nnd Mr. nntl Mrs. J. A. I'onwlck, who wns Miss Mabel Strothcr, daughter of Mr. dnnford Strothcr. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kenwk'k wero married April 8 nnd sailed on the Cnrpathla for Kurnpo on their honeymoon trip. Mr. nnd Mrs. Shuttleworth wero accompanied by Mrs. Shttttleworth's sister, Mrs. Geo. Tnrklugton, of Danville, nnd her daughters, Monle nnd Juliette. Giving voice to the widespread grief In (his city becnusp of the Titanic disaster, Mayor Head sent n niofsngo to tho General Council suggesting that tho flag on the City Hall tower be placed it half mast and this was ordered done by n vote of both boards. Resolutions of regret and sorrow were pns:ud by the directors of the Commercial Club, the Adath Israel nnd the pupils of tho Hoys' High School. Uroth-erliood r Oiir i Mwlr D.U. t'"' scripture l Riven by InTBXT.-- All spiration of Clod, and In profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for Tim. M(. Inilruollon In rlglitrounr.-- I The ligion. lllbtv Is tho Hook of God nnd re- There nro other books, wo aro told, mat revriu God to us besides i ti f Bj k I tho Hlhlo; c g., do book of nn- ,uro' Bml ,llc b00k f providence. Wo ndmlt tnat nnturo reveals God to us. That the heavens declnro the glory of God, and the. shows firmament his handiwork, w do not for n mo. mcnt deny. Nature Is vocal with theology. Nor NEW FAIR SECRETARY John W. Bain Making Plans for Blue Crass Fair at Lexington. Lexington, Ky. John W. Haiti, tho new Focrctnry of the lllue Grnns Pair Association, Is maturing the plans for the nnnunl lllue Grass Fair. While, this Is Mr. Ilnln's llrst year as secretary, he Is by no means new at tho work, ns he has been connected with fairs In some capacity, either as assistant secretary or starter of the races for several tars G0VERING HIS TRACKS Roosevelt Attacks Penrose but Takes Up Notorious "Sots" Fllnn. In Pennsylvania, In en attempt to divert attention from his socialistic Columbus, Ohio, speech, and from William Fllnn of Pittsburg, his Penn sylvanla manager, Theodoro Roose velt attacked President Taft nnd Sen ntor Holes Penrose. Tho fact Is that there Is not n character in public life today who has the notorious record of "Old Hill" Fllnn, and Roosevelt did not dare mention bis name in JOHN W. BAIN, Secretary the Blue Grass Fair. Mr. Haiti Is known In nil the large cities ns a live stock auctioneer, having conducted some of the big sales In New York, Chicago, Cincinnati and other large cities. The fair this year will bo better that, ever, contracts having already been closed for fomo of the attractions. the lime Orchestral Company and the Parker Shows for tho carnival with big free acts of a sensational character. CONFERENCE CALLED Ken Pittsburg. j J i ' J o investigation, perhaps tho umpires "President Taft, always mindful of will take the hint and not require as the decencies of human conduct; bemuch talking to this summer. lieving that friendship Is a sacred thing and that, like truth, it should bo A Chicago preacher man urges a maintained even at a irsonal sacricchool for courtship. It always seemed fice, and also believing that the Amerito us that courtship was a branch of can people expect tho occupant of tho learning that needed no school. highest ofllco In tho gift of the nation, as well as thoso who hnvo formerly ocThe man who predicted a hard win- cupied It, respect dignity ter Is mighty chesty, but there Is con- ollico, has,to during tho courso of that of thli solation in tho knowledge that be has campaign, patiently tho submitted to misto pay his coal bill like tho rest or us. representation, vllllficatlon and Insult, without reply. MincthlOK. It appears that 2.000 fewer books "Tho result Is that his opponent han were published In this country last thrown all restraint to tho winds. Senyear tban In 1910. This Is distinctly ator Joseph M. Dixon, tho national good news to lovers of good lltera-turc- . campaign manager of former President Roosevelt, has been permitted, without rebuko from his candidate, to Anion the new fljlds In education Insult the president of tho United Is the proposal of a woman to teach States. Ho has not only been pergirls to flirt. Hefore long tho appetite mitted to charge the president with to liao everything taught will being 'a receiver of stolen goods,' a course In teaching young ducks without protest, but former President to swim. Roosevelt has repeated tho charge on tho stump. Lest We Forget-T- hat "Tho time has now come when tho "If your rc:t ara cold, you arp disTheodoro Roosevelt hauled pleased about something," says an emi- American people will no longer sit down tho tariff revision flag from tho Idly by and se this unfair and s nent authority. It Is true- Also that oft Wblto House at tbo reauest of Kon.i. jersecutlon and vindication conIn tho stilly night, when your wlfo's tor Nelson U Aldrlch tud Speaker feet are cold, you aro displeased about tinued bv a man and by tho friends Joseph a. Cannon. mall-clou- In Montana his campaign manager. Senator Joseph M. Dixon, has comr pelled every federal he can control to violate all civil scrvlco rules and the cxecutlvo orders Issued by President Roosevelt himself. In Texas Cecil Lyon, tbo personal friend of Roosevelt, has coerced tho federal offlco holders to support Hoosevolt and has demanded of them a "slush fund" to defent Taft. Lyon recommended, on his own admission. all but flvo of 6,000 office holders In Texas. The stato machines, under the control of the "Roosevelt governors" have been solidly aligned against Taft In seven states. Senator Dixon, In u letter which tb Taft managers now bold, has threatened to oppose In tho senate tho confirmation of federal ofllco holders who hnvo expressed their preference for Taft. If this is not Intimidation and Indirect bribery, what Ib it? olllcc-bolde- against President Taft. Frankfort, Ky Institute Instructors for tho Teachers' Institute of the rural legislature of the state. the schools of Kentucky havo been called Tbo proposition was so rotten that to meet hero May 1.", It! and 17, to re oven Quny turned It down. ceive Instructions and hold a conferThis Is the man Theodore Roose- ence with Superintendent of Public Invelt, former president of the United States, has resurrected Into political struction Harksdnle Hamlett, Tho purpose of tho conference Is to life under tho plea of "Lot tho Peoarrange for a uniform program for tho ple Rule." County Institutes, and tho program will be adopted in compliance with tho LEST WE FORGET! wishes of Superintendent Hamlett. Fifty Instructors will bo present and That Theodoro Roosevelt onco said the county anil city school superinclement that differenIn a letter: tendents throughout tho stato ara In- tiates this book from all other writings. "Can wo antagonlzo tho Morgan In vited to attend this meeting. Tho Hlblo Is qulto often referred to terests which has always been so nowndays ns splrndld "Illeruture." friendly to us?" Well, tho Hlblo Is that, hut It is moro TO ADVANCE FLOUR. than that It Is Scrlpturo. Literature That the International Harvester At a meeting In Lexington of tho Is tho letter; Scrlpturo is tho letter company and the United States Steel corporation aro "Morgan Interests"; Central Kentucky Millers' Association, Imbreathed by tho holy spirit. Just as that they aro represented In tho It wns decided that unless there was a In tho creation of man wo learn that Roosevelt headquarters by Georgo W. decline soon In the present high prices man became a living soul when Hint Perkins, the chief contributor to the of wheat tho members of the associa- framo of dust, as It lay on tho ground, Roosevelt campaign fund, and that tion, which comprise practically all ot became Inbreathed by tho spirit of Theodoro Roosevelt has not men- tho prominent millers of Central Ken- life from God. Man is dust Inbreathed tioned any Morgan Interest or friend tucky, would put up tho price or Hour. hy Deity; onil If you tnko tho spirit of Morgan in this campaign except to It was stated at tbo meeting that nn of If fo from man, ho returns to dust. r, defend It or thorn. moro than C5 per cent of a normal Bo Is It with tho Hlble; It Is tho but It Is tho letter Inbreathed by wheat crop of this section of tho stato God's spirit that makes that letter That Theodoro Roosoveit refused, would be raised this year. Scripture. And when you rob tho Hlblo after he had ordcr'Kl tho suit tiled, to of Its Inspiration you havo nothing but permit tho prosecution of tho Interna NAME CONVENTION DATE. mcro literature left you havo no tional Harvester company and that he IjOuIhvIHc, Ky. Kentucky's twenty- - Scripture. reached this decision after a visit six delegates to tho nntlonal Demo Tho mcssago of tho Hlblo Is a rcllgl. from George W. Perkins. cratic convention nt Haltlmoro will bo ous mcssago. Its aim and purpose Is That K. II. Hnrrlman raised $2C0,- - chosen In Umlsvlllo on May 29, accord- to bring man, who bus been fstrnuged 000, at Roosevelt's request, to elect ing to the cnll Issued by tho stuto from God by reason of sin, back to tho him president In 1901, and that the Democratic cxecutlvo committee The God from whom ho has been estrunged. following contributed: stato convention, which will choose Tho Scriptures, which aro given by Inl;. II. Harriman, $CO,000; Vander- - tho four delegates-at-large- , will bo pro-- spiration of God, aro for tho mun of bllt Intcreots, $26,000; Cbuuncey M. ceded two hours by tbo conventions ot God, that ho way bo Instructed la Dopew, 125,000; J, Plerpont Morgan, tbo eleven Kentucky congressional dis- righteousness; mark you, In righteous$10,000; (l';orgo W. Perkins, $10,000; tricts, the dtlegates to which will later ness, not In science, or art. or notrr. Htandurd Oil Interests, $30,000; ofber serve as tho 1,224 delegatus to tha or hlBtory, Important as thpso thlngt moneyed intercuts, JUO.OOU mo in mcmseives. mate cuuuutloD. let-to- Until 1901 Fllnn was the "boss" of Pittsburg. He was run out or power by the decent people of that commu nity. In tho few years ho "bossed" Pittsburg Fllnn received from men ho put in public office contracts aggre gating more than 21,000,000, as Is shown by tho public record In 1895 Fllnn attempted to make a contract with Matthew Stanley Quay, United States senator, which ho wrote out In his own hand, a copy of which Is still In existence. In this document Fllnn bound himself to deliver to Quay tbo votes of all Pittsburg and Allegheny county legislators and congressmen and all delegates to stato and national conventions In return for which Quay was to protect Fllnn In his private and political business In To Adopt Uniform Program In tucky Teachers' Institutes. would we think of contradicting tho ntntement Hint God ninnlfests himself through history nnd providence. Vic "Wntcrloo wns tlod. tor Hugo snldIly that ho meant that God showed his hand In that great wnr nnd turned tho Into nnother Ktrenm of civilization channel. Tho history of nil nations Is abundantly replete with marked Interferences of God. Promotion comoth neither from tho cast nor from tlm west. It Is God who setteth up ono nation, and puttcth down nnother. Tho knowledge of God that comes to us from theso sources, hovvcr, is not sufficient to fully satisfy tho human heart. Nnturo tells us of God, but docs not adequately describe hltn to us. Wo might Infer from the manifestations In history nnd providence that God Is n grcnt forro of power, but such a definition of God ' by no moans satisfies humanity. nceil some other nnd deeper vision of God. Wo need to know soruetliliii; (tbout his person, nnturo and attributes; his relations with his croaturos; what things are pleasing nnd what displeasing to him; what aro his ethiial, moral and spiritual standards. To theso questions not nature, nor history, nor yet providence n fiords nn answer. Nnturo may show the head and wisdom of God, and provldonro and history the hand and pouor of Ood, but wo need a revelation such nn vc have In the Hlble to reveal to ua tho heart and the grace of our God. Sometimes tho Hlble Is compared with other sacred books Illbles of other religions; tho Koran, tho Vedas, etc. Theru can bo no mil comparison. Tho Hlble Is not to bo put on the sninw piano us theso books. None of them claims for Itself what tho Hlble claim for Itself, nor did any one of tl.elr claim for himself wlittt Jesus Christ, and tho Inspired writers of tho Illble claim for themselves. Tho Christian must be very careful In tbo matter of comparing his Hlblo with othr sacred hooks. Such comparison Is attended with grnvo danger. There In practically no difference, so far an tho disastrous effects of such compart-ton- s are concerned, whether you drag tho Hlblo down to the lovol of theso other books, or lift these other bioks up to tho levtl of tho Hlblo. The effect Is tho some: )ou rob tho Hlblo of Its unlqno character and authority. Let us bo careful lu this matter. Tho Illble Is not only the book of God, It Is also tho book from God. At least this Is tho way In which It ghos Its own account of Its origin: "All Scrlpturo is given by Inspiration of God," that Is to say. Is (2 Timothy 3.16). Agnln. In 2 Peter 1.20-21- , wo rend: "Knowing this first, that no prophecy of tho Scrlpturo Is of any private Interpretation (or origin, for it seems clear that It is to the E.. rather than to tho exposition of t j Scripture that reference Is bore mudcl. For tho prophecy enmo not In old tlrno by tho will of man; but holy men of Ood spake nH they wero moved by tho Holy Ghost." Hero nro some very clear and dcfinlto stntemcnts concerning tho uourco of tho Scrlpturo. It Is this "God-breathe- May 2, 1912. THE CITIZEN. MAY Page Three-- " IGNORES CALL FOR HELP CAPT. LORD IS ACCUSED OF SEEING ROCKETS OF TITANIC AND REFUSING TO RESPOND. Member of Crew and Wireless Operator Testify Before Committee-Doo- med Ship Was Warned of icebergs. HOOKWORM IN MANY BUILD ELECTRIC ROAD. FROM OLD KENTUCKY Glasgow. (Icorgo Autle, of drays-vlll- e, AUNTIES KENTNCKY BOARD OF HEALTH IS3UE8 BULLETIN 8AYINO IT 18 TO BE INVESTIGATED WILL The YIELD TO TREATMENT 3uek Vigor Frsm the Life of Our Young and Imperils AliMan and Womanhood ment Caused by Germs. Petti HovvlltiB (Ireen The State Hoard of Health of Kentucky has Issued a bulletin on tho prevalence, tiymp-touieffects and treatment of hook, worm in Kentucky. TUe bulletin ayH In part: An discovery was made ten yearn aeo when Dr. Stiles found hookworm to tie the prcvalllm? dlscense In a large part of tho Southern States and found It to bo tho explanation of the wretched physical condition of many of our Southern people. Thin dUcorcry means more to the South than any of the last fifty years, und when It comes to Ita full fruition the health and the lives of thousands will be a monument to the work of this uu.ielllsh Investigator. In Kentucky the Investigations of the bacteriological lnbratory of the Htate Hoard of Health have shoWn the presence of the disease In twenty countlet -- typical ns to health condiTwenty-eigh- t tions of all the others, per cent, of the specimens collected at random by one physician have been found to contain hookworm eggs. This Indicates quite as great an Infectlou In Kentucky as has been found In Virginia and It Is a slgnlh the Southern cant fact that where more than live specimens were, received from a count) at least 'one would be positive, us in IMmonson county only three Mpeclmetis were sent in and two Allowed henty Infection. epocli.-maklD- northern capital. Tho construction of the new line will open up a rich section which has been for years without adequate means of transportation It Is stated that the rond will cost $1,000,000 and will bo completed In about two years. It wilt be equipped for modern trnulc and will make connection at both ends with steam lines. J. M. Hlcherson of Olasgow Is president of the new company and (Jeorge 11. Lewis, president of the Farmers' hunt! of Olasgow, treasurer. Tho other officers and directors are prominent business men of the section. PAYS PENALTY FOR CRIME Hodgenvllle, Ky. Officers of tho newly organized Kentucky Central Hallway company of Glasgow, together with representatives of tho Indianapolis Construction company, of Indlann, met with tho business tnen of Hndgenvlllo to perfect r.r rungenicfits for the construction of an ctoctrlo railway from Olasgow to ilodgenvllle. The railway company proposes to build n modern line for tho transportation of passengers nnd freight through Darren, Hart nnd Laurel county, and its engineers nro already In the field. Prominent business men of this section are behind tho nnd the Indianapolis Construction company has entered Into a contract to finance and build tho road, Intersecting the eastern and newly-organize- d move-moveme- teWIONAL Adair county, was Ltruck by a falling limb and seriously injured. Somerset. The Christian Woman's Hoard Missions and Sunday school convention of the Tenth district, composed of Madison. Barrard, Linclln nnd Pulaski counties, will meet In Somerset on May 23 and 21. SUIMSWI ny K. Berea Printing School Department of Berea College (The Citizen is a specimen of our work.) PRINTS HAND-DILLLETTER-HEADS, Lesson LESSON FOR MAY 5. O. BEt.t.KltH. Director of riven-In- s Department, Tho Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.) ,lo Caused by Germs. physicians now and know that many diseases, such ns consumption, typhoid fever and diphtheria are caused by germs. These germs are flmply disetise seed. They m.iy be compared to the seed of Every good farmer knows the Importance of destroying w'eds slnfle. liefore they seed. Dlseuse seed art, called Rnrmit. Most of them are very small so CHARGES FALSE ARREST. smill that they can only he detected Louisville Ar'hur V. Berkley and nfter they have been carefully dyed or stained by an export and then Oeorge Hartlng, forme.'ly employed examined under a powerful micro-ncop- an conductor and motorinan, respecwhich make them look from tively, on the Walnut street lino of 100 to 1.000 times larger than they the IjOulnvlllo Ila'lway ccmpany, really &r. (Jerms are scattered filed suit ugalust the Louisville Hallmuch like reed- - sometimes by tiles, way company in the Circuit Clerk's or rats nnd office for J50.000 ddmages each, alothers by mosquitos many by careless people. leging wrongful arrest. The importance of the movement Samuel Hlddle, an oSlclal of the to prevent disease In Kentucky will railway company. Is made defendant appreciated when It Is understood lu each case. The petitions charge that forty out of every hundred that Berkley and Hartlng were deaths In the State are from germ at tho Instncce of Hlddto, or seed diseases which can and March 11 last on the charge of huv-Inought to be prevented. taken money belongln-- r to the Hookworm disease was first de- railway company. Tho plaintiffs alscribed by an Italian physician lege they wero taken to tho car barn Dublnl In 1838. Since then and searched and then taken to the named numerous observers all over the city detective' office where, nfter beIn world have described It. nil ing examined and Interrogated, they probability It was introduced In tho wero turned loose. They charge South by slaves imported from Af- their reputations have been damaged. Inrica, where practically all of tho habitants are Infected with It. The WILL PAY LARGE CLAIM. whole South owes n debt of gratl-turto Dr Stiles, who not only colI'aducah. Advices received here lected nil the existing information say that Representative J. C. ultout the disease, but who, has adbill to pay tho claim of Mrs. ded a ery large amount of his own original work to thlB cause, whereby Helen Dennis of Owen county, KenJ26.G1S, against tho United we know that It is one of the preval- tucky, for States government has been favorent diseases of the South. ably reported by tho unanimous vote OFFERED COLLEGE PRESIDENCY of the house claims committee. Tnis means that It will become a part of Lexington. - Dr. A. St. Clair the omnibus private claims bill at of the best known mem- this session, with every chance of bers of the faculty of Kentucky going through both branches of confitato University, has been offered gress. It will be one of tho largest tho presidency of the S) nodical claims In tho bill. Mrs. Dentils Is the at Fulton, Mo. ,and has the widow of James Harvey Dennis, who matter under consideration. This nliout 30 years ago did some work, college has given especial attention under contract, for tho government to the original research to which on tho Tennessee river, for which ho was never paid, on account of some Dr. MaeKenzle would devote his should he accept the presi- technicality. dency. Dr MncKenzIo Is dean of tho (irnduatc School as well ns proFLOATING DOCK PROPOSED. fessor of Kugltsh literature. 'Sanitarians wds Eddyvllle. Wlllard Illchardson paid the death ronalty In the electric chair for tho murder of John Violet a In Carlisle last February. At given signal frcm Wardei H. T. Klchnrdson marc'jed from his cell between the death watches, pro ceded by Captain lloltop and unaided chair. took his seat In the denth Chief Klectrlclan I'. V. Depp, Assistant Chnrles Ccllicr nnd Hoy Sparks proceeded to adjust tho B'.raps and fastening!!, during which time Richardson remarked: "It takes tiervo to do this, boys," and later Just ns the hood was to shut out forever the light of the world he was so soon "I have my false to leave he said: teeth In. do you think the Jar will knoc them out." Illchardson told Clinplalu Holton ho had been a memand ber of the Christian Chu.-ch- . that the love for whisky and gambling bad ruined him His father was here to take change of the body ns soon ns It had been embalmed. Hlchaidson was 3S years old and Hag-ernia- e g o Can-trill- 's Col-leg- n Leo l.lno boats have Hickman. again resumed operations after being The MlrMsslppI ltiver Commission out of commission for several weeks, which left St. I.ouIh on Its annual the Sadlo Leo arriving here from Inspection tour of the Mississippi Tho Cairo en route to Memphis. river btopped In Illckmnu and meet bouts are landing up town on back tho Fulton County Levee Board, at street. As the wharf nnd warehouse which tlmo the Government or Heel-foo- t of the Leo Line lloated awny during levee, which broko fivo and n the high water, tho agent hero Is having n hard tlmo keeping tract of halt miles below Hickman, was The board haB requested tho freight. Ho will try to get tho Senator-elec- t Olllo M. Jnmes, of Ken- Lee Lino company to put in a float-Indock. Olllclals of the company tucky; Senator Luko Lea, of Tennessee; Congressman Finis flarrett nnd will bo here In a short tlmo to look other public men to meet horo U after making somo kind of warehouse arrangements. morrow. COMMISSIONER IN HICKMAN g DIES FROM FIRE INJURIES Howling Green. T. J. Howell, a farmer of Honaker's Terry, this county, received a telegram from A. II tho now county of McCreary had lUt-eTorva, of tho Midland Knglneerlng the first of September, 11)11, propcompany, North Yakima, Wash., stat- erty belonging to individuals to the ing tliat his brother, Edward O. amount of $313,435 and the C. N, O. Howell, who was burned in n hotel & T. I, railroad, 5495.000. This fire In that plnco and died lu four under tho law will bo credited to tho He was 50 years old nnd was now county nnd will reduce tho taxdays. born In this county, leaving hero four- able property of Pulaski county that His whereabouts amount, thus reducing tho revenue teen yours ago. were unknown by his brother until us well us tho feus of tho county clerk, Judgo nnd other officers. tho receipt of the telegram. Somerset Tho preclude of Whitney, Barren Fork, Eagle, I'arker's Lako und Beaver, which were cut off from Pulaski county In forming tl Carlisle. It Is announced that POVERTY AND RICHES. N'lchofaa county peoplo will tgaln day" on May 1. LESHOM THXT-L- k. and MtU-I- t Tho movement was started here by OOt.DKN TEXT "A man's llf conl- Col. (Ireen II. Keller, and this will teth nqt In tli nbundancu of the things make the fifth year the day has been ho' poseeth," Luke 12:15. by the people. observed Last week wc wero studying tho fundamental principles of this new kingMlddlesboro. Swanson Leonard Holllngsworth wore dom Jesus came to establish. Today Henry and killed and six othors injured and our study presents another of his tbo blessedare in a ' hospital today follow- seeming paradoxes, viz., poverty, hun-go- r ing a boiler explosion on Powell riv- ness or the happiness of primarier at the mill of the Powell's Hlver ly and persecution. Spoken Intended these to Lumber Company. The explosion words tho twelve, Jesus for all the peoplo present and was caused by water In tho boiler beprospective. Jesus Is distinctly tho coming too low. poor man's friend. Ho knew the meaning of hunger and thrlst, of weeping Maysvllle. The Maysvllle Boat and mourning, and so contrasts tho offiClub has elected the following Joy that shall be to theso "happy ones" cers; Commodore, (Jeorgo W. Cham- with the "woe" that shall como to bers; vice commodore, Henry Cable; those who from out of their Jpy and secretary. Dr. Allen Dodson; treas- their abundance fall to respond to tho urer, Hon ' H. Poyautz. Directors, needs of mankind. Frank O. Barclay, Henry K. Pogue, What It Is and Why. William L. Pclham The club Is Tho last half of tho lesson Is Intendplanning for a regatta. ed to Illustrate tho teachings of the first. Let us look at the Illustration. "A certain rich man." Ho was not Olive Hill. Melvln Krwln, who was sent to the State Hospital at Losing-Ingto- of sufllclent Importance even to menfrom here, has escaped from tion his name. How few rich men ever their that Institution. He has not returned succeed In really perpetuating meas-tir- o home and his father Is uneasy as to names. Not one succeeds in any at all except as In some manner what has become of him. When to the asylum he was laboring ho emulates the life and teachings of sent really under the delusion that he possessed Jesus. How few monuments alone la perpetuato names. Character power. a powerful strength-givinhnt lives. This rich man, however, did not lose out simply because ho waa Marysvllle James Shafer, of Rip-'"- a rich man. Verso 25 tells us why he O., Is the owner of a cow that was In anguish. His life had been that gae birth to eight well developed of a selfish seeker and ho had had calves, two of which arc still living. his reward. havo Now conditions The two that lived are or ordinary changed. Once clothed lu purplo and size, while tho other six wero about faring sumptuously, dott ho Is tho the size of a full grown rat, although beggar. Ignoring the cry of need at they were perfectly formed with tho his gato now he Is compelled to mako exception of size. Mr. Shnfer has his cry afar off. them on exhibition nt his home. "A certain beggar named Lazarus." It Is better to bo a beggar vainly Bowling (Ireen. A hog belonging seeking a few crumbs and to rest In to Luther Mnasey, a farmer and Abraham's bosom than to llvo in luxmiller near Drake, this county, went urious ease. Ignoring the cry of the mad and created much excitement needy and to llvo In hell hereafter. Massey and Lazarus did not gain glory hereafter lu the neighborhood. several farm hands appeared on the becauso ho was a beggar, but rather scene and, nfter chasing the hog for becauso of his character. Angels ansome distance, killed it. The ani- nounced tho coming of tho Son ot mal was bitten by a collie dog be- Jinn, angels welcomed the returning of this son of mankind. Which of the longing to Massey three weeks ago. twain, Dlvc3 or Lazarus, really enjoyed life? Eternity Is a long time, It begins Georgetown. Bert and John Lucas, where Imagination ends. The name ten, respectively, were Lazarus really means six and " and drowned In a small pond near White God always does help the poor. Sulphur, this county. The boys were Lazarus had some friends for we seen fishing by Arch Hurst, who was read that tho dogs showed their symplowing .In a Held a short distance pathy, it Is always truo that those away. A few moments later the boys poor as poverty aro most ready to rehad disappeared, leaving their poles spond to the cry of need, and out of on the short. Their lifeless bodies their penury will give the most abunwero found nfter a search. They dantly to relieve distress. lived with their grandfather, John Leaves All Behind. McMnnus, a farmer in this county. "Tho rich man died also." Thus ended his life of ease and luxury for Hickman. Citizens of Hickman are shrouds havo no pocKets. "How much making strenuous efforts to get In did ho leave? He left It all." All ot his loved ones, all ot his hopes were Senator-elec- t communication with Olllo M. James, as they want him to left behind. There Is something apappear before the Mississippi river pallingly sad, In tho death of a rich commission to urge an appropriation man who trusts only to his wealth, to rebuild the broken levee. Tho sit- having no faith In God. Millions for a uation here Is critical since the break- moment of tlmo. The sarcasm of ing of the levee, and tho people are Jesus' words Is quite apparent, "and leaving unturned no stone In their ho was burled." Only a clod of earth, anxiety to secure help In rebuilding no longer useful, of the earth, earthy, bury him, get him out of sight. But the levee. did this end all? By no means, for when he reached the other side Maysvllle. Christian Hunslckcr, ho did not loso consciousness nor United States mall carrier from tho reason. No soul sleeping there. He depots to the postolUce wns arrested saw, ho observed, ho felt, he rememhere In company with Luther Prlch-ar- bered, he reasoned. Back upon earth a negro who Is night watchman at he had brothers who were following a local livery stable, charged with his same mode ot Ufa. Hero he was stealing corn Mid oats from tho suffering, crying for "mercy," for an stable. When arrested by Police- alleviating touch ot cold water, yet in man Flzer, Hunslcker's wagon was that cry there was no note of repentHo denied ance. Ho and his brethren had lived loaded with feedstuff. stealing It, saying ho bought It from for the tonguo and had pampered It, Prlchard Hunslcker, who heretofore now It, tho seat of taste, ot bold words, has borne an excellent reputation, etc., Is crying for cooling relief. But Ho has a would those behind repent even If ouo caused great surprise. family nnd Is more than 50 years wero to rlso from the dead? No, exold. Hunslcker was released on cept that they might escape a Uko torbond. ment. Tho desires of tbolr hearts Being out ot would bo the same. Mt. Sterling. William F. Hlbler. stato's prison Is of itself no particular a woll known citizen died suddenly honor. Tho message ot Jesus strikes ut his homo near this city. Taken deeper than outward forma and ceresuddenly ill he sent a negro to a monies. It Is tho heart motlvo whereneighbor for assistance. When the by wo are to be Judged. Dives sought negro returned Hlbler wn3 unconsci- to excuse or to Justify himself (v. 30), ous, dying lu a few minutes. He but Abraham tells him plainly that waB about CO years old nnd for years both he and his brethren bad had sufwaB engaged in tho meat and grocery ficient light. It they wilt not listen to business here, He was a son of Mrs. Moses (tho Pentateuch) nnd to the Mary Hlbler of Paris nnd Is survived prophets neither will they repent even by her nnd several brotiurs and a though ono camo from the dead. That wife nnd two children, Charles Hlb- being so how much greater condemnaler nnd Mrs. Emlleo Heed, of this city. tion must rest upon thoso who reject Hlbler was prominent In Odd Fellow him. who Is greater than these? Ouo circles. Interment was mudu under who Is a greater witness to the mercy and lovo of God. the auspices of Ills lodge. Tho disciples were poor In both this Maysvllle. County Judge W. II. world's goods and onu of thcui, MatHlce, of this county, holds the rec- thew, adds that the happy ones nro ord for one day's business In hlfl those who aro poor In spirit also. They Tweiity-oncourt. attachment suits know tho meaning of hunger and of weru filed In one dnv in his court, privation and wero ready to learn of and it kept the Judgo and an as- him. Jesus Is not so much In this Ilsistant busy until midnight Issuing lustration trying to give us a picture summonses, and nil of them were re- of tho hereafter, ot tho future Ufa as turned as being executed Inside of be Is to show tho results of our living tweuty-fou- r in thla present Ufa Ho shows us hours. plainly that there are different states Olasgow A largo stock barn over there und that these siatCH are owned by Archlo Brltt, 111 Ing near tho result of our conduct In the life Brltt, was destroyed by fire. The Ion. we now live. Hlehes are a temptation. wap J!!,00u, with Insurance of $700. UwvUUou to fcala fraudulently. o "rat-klllin, n "Ood-belpud -- CARDS, REPORTS, SER Washington. That CapL Stanley Lord, commander of the steamship MONS AND BOOKS IN THE BEST Callfornlan, refused to go to tho MANNER, AND LOWEST AT of the sinking White Star liner Titanic, after having seen repeated PRICES, signals of distress, and that tho fatal Your patronage N ed. to help leviathan dashed full speed ahead to students, and to insure her destruction was disclosed before the senate committee Investigating the your getting your money's' worth. res-cu- o disaster, CALL AT THE OFFICE OR SEND Ernest Gill, a donkey engine man on the Callfornlan, filed a sworn stateORDERS nY MAIL. YOU WILL GET ment, saying that the distress rockets were plainly visible; that ho tried to SATISFACTION. TERMS CASH. ADorganize a committee of the crew to DRESS go to Capt. Stanley Lord and protest against his course, but that tho crew School "were afraid they would lose their Berea Printing BEREA, KY. the rockets Gill Judged tho distressed ship to be not more than i 20 miles off. He described the rock-et- i, i his description tallying with that given by Fourth Officer Boxhall, of the Titanic, who sent them aloft. Capt. Lord entered a sweeping denial of Gill's accusations and read from the Callfornlan' log to support To those who have children to eduhis contention. Cyril Evans, the wireless operator, however, cate and wish to reside in Berea for told of hearing much talk among the crew, who were critical ot tho cap- a longer or snorter time to enjoy Ita tain's course. Oltl. he said, told him he expected to get $5G0 for his story educational advantages, the College when the ship reached Boston. has a number of houses, largo and Kvans told of having warned the Tionly a brief time before the mall, come of them partly furnished) tanic great vessel crushed Into the berg to rent on reasonable term. Address that the sea was crowded with Ice. The Tltanlc's operators, he said, at the time were working with tho wireless station nt Capo Race, and they told THE COLLEGE TREASURER him to "shut up" and "keep out." Within a half hour the pride of the BEREA, KY. sea was crumpled and sinking. Jobs." From Houses to Rent 's FATHER BLOWN TO PIECES And Two Sons Badly Injured in Dynamite Explosion. THE I Hartford City. Ind. George Oaskill, a farmer, living four miles east of Berea Hospital Montpeller, was blown to pieces and his son, Halph, 9 years old, sustained Nurse Training School of Injuries, when a quantity of dynamite, which the fanners had been using In Berea College blasting stumps, exploded prematurely. Another son, Russell, ." years, was HAS BEST OPERATING ROOM badly Injured, but will recover. The boys were watching their father use AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES the explosive. FOR CARE OF A LIMITED NUMBER OF PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREATThree Firemen Hurt. Toledo, O. Three city firemen were MENT GREATLY INCREASES PROSInjured, ono of them probably fatally, PECTS OF RECOVERY. when a street car ran Into a truck. Capt. David Mauley was hurt about Hates One Dollar a day and up. the arms and shoulders. Lieut. James Bond for prompt payment required. Conway suffered injuries to his feet and legs. Driver Andrew Flynn susFor further particulars address tained bruises and cuts on the arms. CINCINNATI Wheat 3 MARKETS THE BEREA HOSPITAL BEREA, KY. No. 2 red $1.17 1.19i. No. 4 red 95cf?1.10. Corn No. 2 white S6&S7C. No. 3 white 84fl35c. No. 4 white 791082c. No. 2 yellow 85(ij SCc. No. 3 yellow 82 84c, No. 4 yellow 78 81c. No. 2 mixed S508Gc. No', a mixed S2yS4(?jc. No. 4 mixed 78Q'Slc. mixed ear 81 84c. yellow ear 83S6c, mixed ear Sl84c. standOats No. 2 white ard white 6060Ac. No. 3 whlto 59W 60c, No. 4 whlto 5759c, No. 2 mixed No. 3 mixed 58i59c, No. 4 mixed 575Sc. Hay No. 1 timothy $30030.25, No. 2 timothy $28.5029, No. 3 timothy $2C.5027, No. 1 clover mixed $29 29.50, No. 2 clover mixed $27.5028.50, No. 1 clover $2727.50, No. 2 clover red J1.121.15. No. 5? 60Glc, 5959c, THIS Cattle Active and strong at Wednesday's prices. Shippers $6 7.40, choice to extra $7.507.85; butcher Bteers, extra y7.25f 7.10. good to choice $5.757.15, common to fair $4.75 5.C5; heifers, extra $7.357.50, good to choice $B.257.25, common to fair $4 ti; cows, extra $t.10C23, good to choice $5.25 fi, common to fair $2.75 5. canners $2.253.25. Hulls Actlvo nnd strong at yesterday's prices. Bologna $50 6.15, extra Active and strong; 25c higher; extra $S5.25, fair to good $0.50 7.75, common and large $.1.507.25. Hogs Active and prices generally Heavy hogs SS.150S.2O, 10c higher. good to choice packers and butchers $8.15 S.20, mixed packers $S S.13. stags $L2Gti, cointpon to choice heavy fat sows $5.25(jr7.20, light shippers $C.507.50. pigs (110 lbs and less) S5G.G0. Shrep Strong. Kxtra fo.5, jtood to choice $1.75 5.15, common to fair Calves $2.50 G.73. 1.50. $2526. this community. J Mr. Merchant You say you've got it all. You're selling them all they'll buy, anyhow. But at the same time you would like more business. 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 year3 and years will buy a new one from you. ad. is directed at the who has all the business in his line in $6.25. fat bulls $5.75 G.25. That's creative business power. OURj AD. RATE3 ARE RIGHT CALL ON US (Tio'p'Ut!lIo! bj W Lambs Strong. Kxtra $7.50. good to choice $7 7. 10, common to fair $5.50 lambs $7 yearlings $5.50G.5'J. spring 12.50. tv U.) Guects Flee From Rooms. Pittsburg. Pa. Flames originating In the 3vUtchbo.ird doomed to destruction the old Academy of Music on Liberty uvenuo, fcr 40 year a papular pla) house. The clattering engines nroutcd guets In tho Sovent i Aionue hotel near by, but the hotel v. .is rot damaged. Three flronieii v.cr inj. red and a tcore of others Ind "u..rrow c capes v.hon the galleries tlnvn. The Actdemy was for years th loading tbuotvr of littsbur.; nn.l ir.utiy of iie most houhI pcrsontues of the Uuge appeared there. Loss $ll),)00. TRADE MORALTho quality ol what you have to sell is known 'nt to some peoplo all of the tlmo and all o" the people some of the time, but advertise regularly with us and you'll reach all of the people all cf the time. I' H Page Four. THE CITIZEN. lsltors wcro shown through tho var- - tor In hor homo over slnco her vis-- It buildings and later viewhero In 1906. ed tho private art collection of C. W. Tho Corps In Berea, at tho last Post, said to be the most complete regular meting, held a special memxi tho Middle orial gorvlco In her memory and their trivnte collection West. charter will bo draped with mourning for thirty days, ns will all othsra JUNIORS ENTERTAIN SENIORS In tho State. In an "arborlal retreat" near SliSONG RECITAL ver Creek, Illuminated nnd decorated by Japaneso lanterns, tho members of Tho students of the music departthe Junior class entertained the high ment nnd tho members of tho variand mighty Seniors last Saturday ous musical societies enjoyed a rare wcro treat at tho song recital given hy evening. After refreshments served nn appropriate program was Miss Elizabeth Fay In tho College hy several Juniors. It was rendered l Impel, Tuesday evening. ns follows: The Seance, by Yorlck's Miss Fny has a voice of unusual Macbeth; Skull; Tho Warning, range, rare benuty of color and sho The Knoll, by Banquo's Ghost; Tho nnunges It with tho certainty if Wall, by Caliban, nnd Tho Cruse, by nn artist. Circe. The party broke up after tho All who heard her were greatly Intis factory May 2, 1912. ooc.o.o.oo.o.ooooooooooo.oo.ooo.oo.o' I o NEWS LOCAL PAGE OF BEREA. J PARKS PETTUS BEREA, KENTUCKY CHESTNUT STREET, Gbemfcale Bruce, flfcebfdncs, BRUSHES, COMBS, WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY Wc Handle The Purest nnd Best Goods PERFUMERY SOAP, SYRINOKS, AND VICINITV. GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Miss Kate Logsdon of Btassfleld Is spending this week In Berea with Iter sister, Mrs. Jas. Coyle, and her brother, Mr. Tom Logsdon, Mr. Jason Sexton Is spending CITT 1MIONK several days In town with homo Trust Co. folks. Office over Berea Bank Miss Jennie Elliot nml brother, BRECK DAN a who are In school here, enjoyed Fire, life, Accident, and Live Stock visit last Friday and Saturday from who their brother, A. C. Elliott, INSURANCE Is now a law student at State Universign your bond. I ooooaoooaoaoooaoooaoaoooooooaooaooi DR. BEST, DENTIST H. ( l3 Chester Parks The Feed Man PHONE 64. Wilt Phone 505 Richmond, Ky. sity. Seniors had expressed their successors. confidence In pleased. T. J. COYLE ATTORNEY AT LAW Will practice in Madison and adjoining counties. 6ffi:e in Berea National Bank k. N. TIME TABLE. NorUk Bound Local 10:65 p. m. 7:00 a. m. Kooxrllle 3:62 a. m. 1:04 p. m. BEREA 7:45 a. m. :30 p. m. Cincinnati I South Bound Local 8:15 p. m. 6:30 a-- m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. ta. BEREi 1:55 p. m. 6:61 a. m. KnoxrlU ExprtM Trains Stop to take on and let off passengers from beyond Dayton, O., or from Atlanta and beyond. Bouth Bound 1:00 a. n. Cincinnati 11:44 a. m. BEREA North Bound 4:46 p. m. BEREA :37 p. m. ClnclnnaU Seed com at Welch's. Mr. Forrest Dowden and A baseball game was played last Friday between the College nnd NorDuring the last few days It has The mal teams on Athletic field. been noted that some parents tako scoro was 7 to 6 In favor of tho their children who have whooping cough out with them on tho streets. Mr. O. P. Jackson of Richmond, cough sometimes kills County Attorney of Madison, was In Now whooping babies nnd young children and no Berea, Saturday. right to subject any FOR SALE: 4 foot wire fencing at one has a moral one else to exposure to It. When 25 cents per rod at Welch's. on tho street It Is Several students enjoyed a trip to children are to prevent their contact Anglln Falls last Saturday. no matter how Mr. J. S. Rutherford recently sold with other children parents may be. It Is town to Rev. J. W. careful tho his farm near parents will Lambert, and has purchased property earnestly hoped that cough whooping on Railroad Street. Mr. Rutherford keep children with off and other contagious diseases also sold his fine team of black Col-leg- o. "warnin- g- informaiTmusicale tho The President's house was scene of a delightful Informal Must-cal- e on Saturday evening, April 27th. of The gathering was In honor Miss Julia Fay, of Keene, New Hamp shire, tho granddaughcr of Mrs. Hy- land, who has been In Berea during the winter. Tho program was rendered ns fnl- lows: Organ Selections Mr. II. E. Taylor. Cornet Solo Mr. Bailey. Mrs. Morton, Vocal Selections nnd Misses Cornelius and Ambrose, 'Messrs. Rlgby nnd Curry. DOOLEY'S FOR EVERYTHING j TO EAT In addition to the advantages of getting the very best grade ot goods in our line at a reasonable price, we are in a position to show you how to obtain a handsome set of "ROGERS' SIL. the regular price. .. .. VERWARE" nt nbout one-third CALL AND INVESTIGATE horses for J500. Mrs. Hlse Davis returned to Iter homo at Livingston, Saturday, after spending several days with Sirs. P. Cornelius. Judge Holllday has accepted a posi- Rupnrd, Lewis tion as traveling salesman through Eastern Konutcky, Tennessee and Virginia for tho Ryan Hampton Tobacco Company of Louisville. Miss Ella Adams and Miss Amy Todd were in Richmond, Saturday. Mr. J. B. Bicknell Is in Russell Springs, this week, making Improve- ments upon the Russell Spring sum- mer resort, which he recently pur- chased. BUGGY DAY I I Scrlvner, Mrs. E. B. Sexton, Jnson Slmiwon, T. (5. Walker, Rob. Watklns, W. M. Williams, Dan Woodall, 1911. 1X0. 1.75. 1.60. 1X9 i.r9. 1.60. 1.50. 4.60. 1.60. 2.60. 1X0. 1.60. 1.60. 1.60. 1.60. 1.60. 1.60. 1.60. 1.60. 1.50. 3.03. 1.60. 1.63. 1.60. 1.60. 1.60. 6.60. 2.50. 1.60. 1.60. 1.50. 1.60. 1.60. 1.60. 3.60. 1.50. 2.50. 1.60. 1S.60. 1.50. 1.60. 1.50. 2.50. 1.50. 2.60. 1.60. 1.50. 1.50. (iilibs, Nullle Hardin, E. Hill, II. II. Hill, W. M. Holticlaw, I). P. Jnckbon, 'Montgomery 1.W .97. 1.60. 1.50. 2.60. 1.60. 1X0. 1.60. 2.60. 1.60. 1.00 .60. XO Jackson, J. It. Lamb, Hua H. S. sister, Fannie, visited their mother at Paint Lick, Sunday. d Mrs. V. C. Haley of Big Hill Mrs. Thos. Logsdon one day lost week. .Miss Grace Cornelius visited friends at Livingston the first of the week. Rev. O. M. Huoy of Somerset has been called to take the pastorate of the Berea Baptist church. Mr. Huey Is to notify the church officers this veek whether he will accept. House cleaning lc now In full blast end don't forget the new furnishings via-lte- Welch's fertilizer your soil needs, and at $20 per ton. Mrs. Jack Laswell visiting her mother, day. tian church, has Just what saves you money of Orlando, was Mrs. Adams, Sun-- I Saturday is the day we give harness away. Everybody interested in gies should be there. bug- Anderson, J. E. Baker, Danlol Ballard, Lewis Ballard, Bishop Bozarth, W. R. Bogglo, A. L. Church, Rufus A. Coylo, Joseph Conn, R. C. Combs, J. M. J. S. Moore, R. M. Miller, Dovle Powell, A. Preston Heirs, Ramsey, A. P. Ramsey, M. B. 4.60. Ruthreford, Ruth Sexton, W. 'M. Thackor, G. W. 6.60. 1.60. 1.60. 1.60. Thacker, Wallace, O. M. 1X0. 1.91. Crutchfleld, II. Feltnor, E. J. Gamble, W. C. C. at by Mr. Tom Robinson. Miss Anna L. Smith, the PresiA letter from Mrs. Gamble on Tuesdent's Secretary, returned, Monday day, reports a snow storm In Montnoon, after spending two weeks with rose on the 23rd. The Gambles are Miss quite well nnd send homefolks at Bellevue, Ohio. greetings to all Mrs. Ernberg while In of their friends. Smith visited Cincinnati and reports that she is Miss Phillips has left Montrose, improving. having gone to Portland, Ore., with Rev. E. F. Bates of the Teachers Miss My ma Walker. Training School of N. Y. City, gave Mrs. Hyland who has been visit- a short, inspiring address on "Un- Ing President and Mrs. Frost for at United Chapel soveral months returned, Wednesday selfish Servlco" last Thursday. to her homo In Keene, N. H. Mrs. Pres. Frost will not return this Hyland was accompanied by her grand week as expected, but wilt reach Be- daughter, Miss Elizabeth Fay, who rea about the middle of next week. has been spending tho last two weeks Mr. Jas. AV. Wall, who was a stu- with her. dent hero In 1910 and who Is now a Rev. J. F. Fitscher, pastor of tho law student at the State University, Jefferson Ave., Presbyterian church visited friends from Friday until of Detroit on his way from the Monday. south, where he bad been visiting Hickory King and Boone County vailous colleges, flopped at Berea seed corn at Welch's. and gave a very Interesting talk to Mr. Philip A.Swartz of New York United Chapel, April 21. City arrived, Tuesday noon, from Judge Holllday, having accepted a Lexington where several of the Be- position as traveling salesman, which rea delegation heard him lecture last will necesslate his absence from town, week. He spoke at United Chapel, called a meeting of councllmen and Wednesday morning, visited with citizens last Saturday night In the j the Student Volunteer Band and had rear room of Berea Bank Trust many Interesting interviews with the Co. at which there were and about 33 who are Interested in Mis- to advise with students him as to 'whether he sions. should resign as Police Judge. He Secretary Morton returned, Thurs- was requested not to resign and the day night, after a two weeks absence, Town Council was asked to appoint from an extensive trip through Vir- an assistant Judge. The Judge surginia and Tennessee. prised his friends with delightful Miss Nettle Oldham, a student of refreshments. tho E. K. S. N., visited friends in Bs-rThe seeds ordered by Mrs. Cowfrom Saturday until Monday. ley and Mrs. Taylor for the Womon's you seen Welch's new fence Industrial will be Have ready for distriI ea at Welch's. at the Chris- -' Sunday evening, con- ducted by Rev. H. F. Keltch, the minister. R. J. Engle and family have mov- ed Into tho propertj- - adjoining their property which was recently vacated Revival Services began Grant, Joseph Howell, II. R. Palmer, Tom. Crawford, A. Fowler, J. B. Haley, W. C. McSwaln, L. R. Park's, II. J. Robinson, E. A. Robinson, Luther S.xton, J. F. Simpson, James Spenco, Mrs. E. M. Walker, John Went, W. W. Wllllnms, D. K. Wootcn, H. C. Gabbard, John E. II. Watklns, L. A. Williams. W. A. Wilson. W. M. ' l.'M. 1.60. 2.13. who 2.00. 1X0. 1.60. 1.70. List of persons now In Bores, havo not vild taxes for 1910. (Jay, Frank Hill. W. M. Herd, John Iowen, Will Preston Heirs, Rutherford, Ruth Wllllnms, W. A. Wilson, W. M. CREDITORS TAKE j j I WELCH'S the streets. Carelessness In this matter may cost somo dear Httlo baby Its life. I .50. 1.00 1.50. 1X0. NOTICE ' R. H. Cowley. STUDENTS' CONFERENCE ' The Berea delegation to tho Students' Volunteer Conference at Lexington, returned Tilonday afternoon, having been delayed nearly twenty hours by a wreck on the L. and N. railroad. At the business session, a permanent oreanlzatlon of the Student Vol unteers of Kentucky was formed, a constitution adopted, and officers Berea was honored by havchosen. ing a member of tho local band, F. Da-gO. Clark, elected President. Mr. gave an Inspiring address on tho er nils April 23, 1912. versal favorite. The programme clos-u- d B. S. Terrlll, assignee. organ selections by Mr. Taywith I lor. FOR SALE Delightful refreshments were- tcrv- - ( List of persons now in Berea who with have not paid taxes for 1911. "night was filled On Center Street a good lot kaowa cd and tho Baker, A. J. 1.60. as tho John Bales place. Hons music," and cares took Arabs' flight. and Cook, R. D. 1.69. barn on lot. Good reason for elllng. ' - Violin Solo Mr. Chas. Tvdford. and Piano Solos Miss Thurston Mrs. Burdette. Comet and Trombo Solos Messrs. Donald and Paul Edwards, Mrs. Edwards accompanying on piano. Miss Fay, who has studied and taught In Boston several years, rendered several very beautiful selections, Gounod's "Jerusalom" was tho uni- That on Monday, May !7th, 1912, In tho law offlco of T. J. Coylo in Berea, Ky., I will sit to receive and bear proof of claims against W. J. Tutu m assignor and will continue from day to day till through. All iNTsoiia having claims against said jw. J. Tatum will present same to mo on that date properly verified or same will be barred. Fish, G. C. Hopkins, John Hatfield, Hosklns, Jackson, Johnson, Lambert, lonnrd W. S. J. M. A. J. J. F. Lowen, Will Lewis, P. B. DELENQUENT TAX LIST Galoway, W. T. 2.65. owe money. D. N. Welch. African Call. Mr. Prattt of Richmond, Va., made one of tho most forceful eppeals for more students to give their lives for tho foreign work ever hoard. Mr. Cameron Johnson, Lists of Taxes not paid. Duo tho city of Berea, Ky. from persons for- mcrly residing In Berea: 1910. ' , 25 cents per rod? was Mr. Bean Allen of Richmond in Berea, Tuesday, on buslnses. Mr. Earl Russell of London was a Berea visitor last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Bender of Richmond visited relatives In Berea, Saturday and Sunday. bution, Saturday morning THE RACKET STORE MRS. EARLY c'clock at the Parish House. Miss Ida Lewis, a nurse at the Gibson Infirmary at Richmond has been spending several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Burgess of Paint Lick were In Berea the first of the week. At tho locturo hour, Monday, Dr. Downing gave a fine lecture on 'Truth' to the students of the College Department in A. 55. Hall. Mr. Tom Scrlvner who Is now a resident of Clark County was visit- Ing In town last week at the homo of his son, Edgar. Prof, Lewis attended tho Farmer's at ten the celebrated lecturer and traveler, gave an Illustrated lecture on China, Saturday night. Tho delegates. In attendance at tho conference, were given complimentary tickets to a "As You Like It" of performance by tho Ben Greet players, on the Transylvania campus. Saturday afternoon, Mr. Philip A. Swartz of New York City spoke several times. He plans to be In Beof rea, Tuesday and Wednesday this week. IN MEMORIUM j ' ; Institute at Williamsburg, Saturday, as a representative bf tho Agricultural Department nt Frankfort. Ho epoko on "Conservation of soil mols-turo- ." The Order of tho Woman's Relief Corps, and especially the Department of Kentucky, suffered a serious loss, whon, on 'March 29th, Mrs. Mary Lylo Reynolds, of Covington, passed over to tho "Fairer Land." Sho was known by all members ot tho Order as tho "Mother of tho Department of Kentucky," as sho was Its organizer more than twenty-si- x years ago, and its first President. Sho was serving her Department as Counselor, at tha tlmo ot her death, nnd had filled tho offlco of Junior and National Chaplain. Capt. Jas. West, W. R. C. No. 48 as feel her loss the moro keenly sho organized this Corps and Installed the first officers and has been a warm friend and advisor, always keeping In touch with tho work here. The Citizen has been a weekly vlsl- nt Adams, W. L. Allen, S. A. Baker, Pleas, Baker, J. B. Benge, J. R. Bender, A. E. Bicknell, Viola Bowman, V. u. Bradenburg, R. L. Chasteen, B. L. Conn, Huoy Coleman, Chas. Canflcld, C. II. Crenshaw, John Davis, N. E. Davidson, W. M. Eades, J. W. Godsby, Stephen Gay, Frank Hlggs,. J. C. Siience, Mrs. E. M. 1X0. 1.50. 1.60. 1.60. 1)50. 1.50. 1.50. 1.50. 3.13. 1.50. 1.60. 1X0. 1.60. 1.60. 1.50. 1.50. 1.60. 1X0. 1.60. 1.50. well as price should influence you when you go to buy shoes. Cheap, shoes are always costly, no matter what you pay for them. Its the quality in the shoes and the prices at which they arc sold that keeps our business) ' steadily increasing. 4 ng lllOU have tried the rest, now try the best. Quality as WalkOver Shoes (or men in all the newest style oxfords I WS1 ' Krippendori Dittaan (or Ladies and Misses in white buckskin i I $3.50 to $5.00 and canvas shoes and pumps, tan, gunmutal, kid nnd velvet pumps and oxfords $1.50 to ROO 1.50. 1.60. 1X0. 1.50. flWEVtHAKE A Walkor, John Williams, J. W. Wilson, D. P. Lamb, James . Hosklns, W. B. Hosklus, L. II. Hudson, D. W. Lambert, J. F. Lambert, R. L. Logsdon, Jack Mason, S. It. Mnlono, Gld BUSTERjtafOtfH ULI1BBUN 1X0. 1X0. 1.50. 1X0. 1.60. 1.50. 1X0. 1X0. 1.50. 1X0. 1X0. 1X0. l.bO. CX3. 1X0. 1X0. 1X0. ri HA YE BEREA, CttAre rem FOR GIRLS boys t Battlo Creek, Mich.. April 27. H. II. Harrison and J. C. Anderson of Be- Hi, cu visiiurs luuay uiujopiam of Tho Postura Cereal Company. Ltd., tho principal point of Interest In Battlo Crook and tho inceca last year for nearly 20,000 visitors. Tho Berea J Morgan, Grant McSwaln, h. It. Ponder, W. M. Prather, Carrie Prather, Harry Hand'!!, J, R. Rhodes, Richard Robinson, E. A. ny Leather, Style or SUa ON SALK AT S & GO "ftfe Quality Store" TT KENTUCKY. May 2, igu. THE CITIZEN. nioro advanced civilization. In my opinion this la not at nil tho real qucatlon. Tho question at issuo, is will tho whlto man, with his supergreater advancement, ior training, nnd largo opportunities, bo able to stand tho test of contact with a less fortunato raco? Every race, ca well as every Individual, must bo finally Judged by its attltudo toward, and Its treatment of, thoso who nro not ablo to protect themselves. Tho father that despises ono of hla children bccaiiBo It la weaker physically or mentally Is branded as a savage. Tho boy that "picks on" another under his slzo la promptly denominated a bully and a coward. Not lesa will tho raco that deals unfairly with a weaker and moro infantllo raqo be Judged of God to bo unworthy of Its heritage, A Page Tivc. Mr. Housekeeper: Why not let the Telephone do some of the work at home and save your wife from fret and worry? Bargains! Bargains! How many unnecessary steps it saves the housewife can only be realized by those who have the Telephone handy and would not do without it. It is ever ready for use when needed worst and does not cost you anything for nepairs or maintenance. Your neighbor's wife has the advantage of a Telephone, why not yours? Clothing for Men Clothing for Boys Shoes The Best Quality MEAL and FLOUR The Best at the Lowest Prices in Town BEREA TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED Of course this does not apply to money necessary to keep up our great everybody. Thero aro beginning to work. Things Going on In the World. bu people In tho South who daro act With lovo to each and all, Wm. Goodell Frost. nnd sjieak In a Christian way about Ikar Renders of Tho Citizen: It qulto makes mo foul nwtiko to colored people, end thero nro plenty bo moving from placo to placo and of peoplo In tho north who nro as FROST AND ON WEATHERFORD seeing tho great cltlea which I had selfish as they can possibly bo. Hut THE WHITEMANS BURDEN and half for got ton, aud meeting tho great there are enough courageous IMiopIo that I luivo read about hut generous people In tho north to keep At tho United chapel recently things going nnd rnlsa very largo seen seldom or never. Pres. Frost took for hla text tho In Huston 1 had n vUlt with l'rof. sums for Christian and patriotic words of Christ In tho twenty-fift- h purposes. who Is Uicro Just now, IVnnlmau chapter of Matthew: "inasmuch as Wednesday night I wos Invited to ye nnd with Dr. Johnson, tho Hcrea did it not unto ono of tho least Trustee, whoso pennons wo llko 60 meet tho Graduates Club In Now York of theso ye did it not to mo." n society of young collego graduates well. Sunday I spent in Springfield, Pres. Frost began by saying: "This who meet as thoy hnvo opportunity Mass., whuro ouo of my Oberlln has been a world of cruelties." Ho e In a on 11th Street. Hero gave a vivid sketch of tho building Dr. Doggett (his wllo another) is nt tho head of tho Young Men's I mot threo of dur own graduates, of tho pyramids under tho lash of Christian Association Training Kchool. Rogers of '75, Embrcc of "JO, Gerdes tho taskmasters, tho Itoman triumph, Icamo without telling him, and in- of '01. Wo dined together, fifty or hcaed by tho plllago of thousands of quired my way to tho school. Ono more, and then they nsked me to homes, nnd tho oppressions which of tho students kindly went to show tell them tho story of Herea. led to tho French Itovolutlon and Tho next day thero was a gathermo tho way from tho .school to Dr. exile today. ".Moses ing of some of B;rea's friends at the Siberian Doggett's house. Thla school trains said to tho children of Israel: and men for nil departments of Y. M. tho Inrk Avonuo Hotel. Prof that thou wast a bondsman Mrs. Kaymond woro thero. Ho la C. A. work, and has somo 200 stuIn the land of Egypt,' Thla experdents gathered from all imrta of tho now pastor of a largo church In ience In bondago gavo them tho powBrooklyn. Dr. Cndy, Albert Shaw, United States and Canada. er of editor of tlio Review of Reviews, Dr. poet sympathy. Homer, a heathen Springfield also contains tho a thousand years before Christ, Merrill, pastor of tho Ilrlck church, Trench I'rotrstant Collego, a school said that God protects strangers and Chas. A. Hull, TTUSteo of 1'Isk Unifor young iooplo of French blood versity, "Mr. Fall Uulsar of tho Uni- outcasts. Homo began a law of Juswho aro coming In great numbers tice, not for all tut for tho upper versity of tho city of Now York, Dr. from Canada, as well as for other classes, tho patricians. Christ stated Fisher, head of tho Presbyterian Hosforeigners who need training for pital, Miss Murray, formerly secretary tho Golden Itule; tho ono thread Christian work among their own peoto the President at Herea and fifty that Illumines history Is the growth ple. of liberty, human rights, and regard other peoplo of the samo kind wero for the lowly." From Springfield 1 went to Dalton, there. -, He then Inquired how far tho Ideals near tho homo of my A night rldo brought mo to Youngs-tow- n of tho Declaration of Independence father. Hero lives Senator Crane, llo peowhere I spoko to tho young were realized In Chicago, where tho Is Interested with his brother In great paper mills here, making tho ple of tho High Scliol In tho morn-lu- Juvelino court Is being overthrown, lunched with a club of business In Pittsburg, whero great oppressions Rcullar paper on which greenbacks men, nnd lectured nt night. Today, havo lately been discovered, or in aro printed. All this western end of I am to visit somo of tho our own Southland, whero an AlabaMassachusetts la mountainous, every , Saturday, great steel mills for which this city ma grand Jury declares fit-Ifull of stones of nil sizes from that slavery Is being tho size of eggs and pumpkins up . Is famous. In practical efYoungstown Is saddened by tho fect. to boulders tho slzo of a house. Tho Tho chief time of tho night was fences are stono walls, and there aro death of ono of Its leading cltlzenn, great piles of stono In the fields. Tho Mr. Georgo I). Wick, on tho Titanic. givon up to Important extract from land Is so ioor tho people dovoto ' Mr. Wick was ono of Berea's friends the book by Dr. Weatherford, of and sent us a gift last January. Ho Nashville, Tenn., published by tho themselves largely to manufacture paper, cloth, typewriters, machinery put his wlfo and two other ladles Young Men's Christian Association. t, and stayed on tho on "Negro Life In tho South," ns of nil kinds aru made In theso New Into the follows: England towns, nnd every Ilttlo moun- ship to die. tain stream Is set to work turning j Tho nowspapers brought news of The Real Question Dr. Pearsons' illness, nnd tho telewater wheels for theso factories. Now, tlio real point of tho race o Many of tho In theso graph just tells mo of bis death. question Is not shall wo havo social foreigners, nnd every- I shall attend tho funeral nt Hins Intermingling hut shall wo recog-niz- o factories are that tho other man has a soul. where tho greatest effort Is mado dale, 111., next Tuesday. For sevento get tho foreigners educated, train- teen years ho has been my friend and Is a roal human personality In spite ed In American ways, and mado fit tho friend of Dercn. I shall miss of tho fact that ho often lives on a to bo American citizens. If tho well- - him ns long ns I llvo, and seek for back alley, wears poor clothes, uses Christian peoplo of tho South him nmong tho very first when I broken language, nnd has a black h did as much for tho beno-f- it nrrlvo in tho other world. Wo hopo skin. I havo sometimes felt that wo of the negro as tho Now Kng- mnny of Berea's young men will bo really do not bcllevo the negro Is land peoplo do for tho elevation of ns wise, diligent, successful, and gen- possessed of human personality. Tills fact caino to mo with Intentho foreigner the South would bo a erous ns ho. It breaks my heart to bo away from sity somo years ngo as I was riding far better placo to llvo in. In tho East good peoplo seem afraid to leave Beren, my home, my neighbors, tho on a Pullman car through Alabama. anybody In Ignorance, and poverty; students, nil these spring days, but Wo stoppod rather long nt somo small In tho South good eoplo seem nfrnld there seems no other wny. By and station, nnd I notod, without asking to by Borea will havo enough graduates tho cause, that a very largo crowd to let tho negro bavo a chance and former students to provldo tho of colored peoplo wero gathered on Improve. National Question LETTER FROM PRESIDENT FROST pu-pl- club-hous- J J great-grand- g, life-boa- work-ioopl- to-d- o one-tent- NEW STATUS OF SUFFRAGE Miss Laura Clay, who has been-to- r twenty years President of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association states that tho organization baa arranged that her term of office will expire next year, sho herself thinking that new leaders are demanded owquestion. ing to tho status of tho Suffrage, she eays. Is no longer an educational but a political movement. Tho states of Washington and California recently added to thoso alture and our civilization to elevate ready granting women tho right to those less fortunate than ourselves. vote In a contingency might hold Fair Mindedness Toward the Negro tho balance of power In national Thus, we havo revealed the first elections. WHICH SHALL ADVISE great service that we can render to Quito a difference of opinion has (Continual on Tirc I'.ixM) developed betweon Representative Powers and Senator Bradley as to WORLD NEWS which shall control tho patronago in Continued from I'lrst Page tho counties taken from and added ENGLAND ON THE SCENE to Mr. Powers district by tho new The English Government has dis- to hold that ho no longer has any patched a war vessel to tho Western apportionment law. Mr. Powers seems coast of Mexico to afford a refuge authority In the counties taken from and protection to British subjects. his district, while the Senator has Tho United States Government has a contrary view, stating that Powers 'sent ships to tho samo locality. was elected to represent tho old A VISIT FROM GERMANY district and should continue until his noti'The German Government has successor is chosen. fied the Stato Department that a ' squadron MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR DR. of the German Navy will jmake a friendly call upon the Unit- PEARSONS ouues, curmng 10 iiarapion itoaus Continued from First Page and afterward going to New York, the first week In Juno. Preparations face to tho future, but we cannot aro being mado to gtvo them a have our face to tho future unless twlno about our heart-strintho hearty welcome. past. Unies3 wo dream of tho great OLYMPIC FAILS TO SAIL Tho Olympic of the White Star past there will be no future, we shall Line, sister ship of tho Titanic, now face It in animal blankness. "It Is fitting that we pauso today the greatest steamship afloat, has failed to make her voyage from as a memorial in remembering Dr. Southampton to New York owing Daniel Kimball Pearson. We hope to tho strike of her crow, or, what that this memorial hour may bring her officers term, mutiny. She baa to a great many ot us a new and gono back to port and her passeng- moro vigorous and moro purified ambition, an inspiration to great charers aro seeking passage on other liners. Tho ploa of tho crew was that acter, to steadiness ot purpose and tho vessel did not havo sufficient "Doctor Pearsons has given to us llfo boats to protect all on board in great sums ot money, and moro than rase of accident. that he has given courage, mado possible great friends, and we aro grateNEWS OF THE WEEK self-contr- The supremo race questions ot this nation nro not whether tho Chinese and Japanese on tho Pacific Coast wilt be ablo to meet the demands of a more exacting civilization; not whether tho European Immigrant if tho East Is the equal of tho native American; not whether tho negro of tho South can ever measure up to tho standard of achievement ot his whlto neighbor but whether In all these varying situations wo Americans, with our boasted culture, larger wealth, and splendid opportunities, will be ablo so to deal with theso weaker peoples aa to provo to God end to tho world that we aro a raco of superior advancement. Our culture and our civilization aro not given us for selfish uso,Wo aro simply tho custodians of theso rich blessings. Just as the now social consciousness demands that a man ot accumulated millions Bliall use It for tho good of humanity so tho social sense of the world at largo will sooner or later demand that we shall use our cul- Bacon and Lard All Good Things to Eat Special Prices in Quantities R. J. ENGLE & SON, Phone 60 hours. Berea, Kentucky always had sthe feeling was tuo moment, wnen Dr. Pearsons reached tho decision to mako hla first offer ot $r0,000 to Berea providing the Collego would ralso $150,000 additional endowment." Dr. Poarsons gave two such $50,- 000 gifts conditioned on raising $150,-0moro for endowment Later ho gavo $100,000 on tho condition that $400,000 more should bo raised. Theso three gifts of $200,000 holpcd to bring $700,000 more. Then he gavo tho water works and sewer system that cost $50,000 the gift that gavo Dr. Pearsons moro pleasure than any other gift of his llfo time. Finally ho gavo $25,000 toward the construction of Pearsons Hall, the first modern brlclc dormitory for men. Tho memorial servlco closed with singing "Speed away," and tho 00 that that ( WELCOME TO BOOSTERS (Continued hon Erst page) ens. After music by tho Boosters' Band, Mayor Gay Introduced Prof. Ralno who gave tho visitors a cordial welcome. Chairman Johnson of the Commercial Association then took charge and In a very pleasing and witty manner Introduced Mr. Charles E. Basler, Assistant Manager of tho Alms and Doepke Company, who crowded many pleasant words into the few minutes allotted him. Mr. Basler was followed by Prof. Parker of the University of Cincinnati in THE Berea National Bank. No. 843.1. port of Hi riimlltlun uf tlis I Won Niitluiml llnuk, nt llrrrn, In nt Hi" clo.s of lniiliii.il, Air. IK, 1913, RESOURCES. III Into of Knilurky 1 $107,071.18 and Discounts 1,573.22 Overdrafts, secured auil unsecured J&.UUU.UU U. S. Honda to secure circulation 7,(500.00 Dunking house, furniture and fixtures 3,000.00 Other real estute owned 10,310.07 Due from approved reserve agents 80.77 Checks nnd other cash items 255.00 Notes of other National Hanks 1 18.31 Fractional Paper Currency, Nickels, and Cents. . . . Lawful Money IUskkve in Hank viz: 8,103.25 Specie Legal-tende- r notes Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent of L250.00 circulation) 174,105.70 Total lia1iil1tiks $25,000.00 Capital Htock paid in Louiih Surplus fund. 1(1,000.00 25,000.00 52,252.20 51.200.80 378.00 174,403.70 Total State of Kentucky, County of Madison, as: I, J. L, Gay, Cashier of the ahovo niuned lunik, do solemnly swear that tho above statement is true to the best of my knowledge ami belief. J. L. Gay, Cnshior. , Correct Attest: Wright Kelly, Jno. W. Welch, D. N. Welch.Uirectora. Subscribed and sworn tobvfore me this 25th day of April, 1012. W. F. Kidd, Notnry Public. Undivided Profits, less Expenses and Taxes piiid.. National Hunk notes outstanding Individual deposits subject to check Demand certificates of deposit Certified Choekn the station platform. After tho train had started again, a traveling man, who had gone out to soo what was wrong, returned to tho car, nnd was asked by his companion tho causo of tho delay. "Oh, nothing," replied tho drummer, "one 'nigger shot another, and they wero loading tho wounded ono on to carry him to the noarest town with a hospital." Then and thero It dawned upon mo that wo really did not appreciate tho sacredness of humanity provided that humanity bo clothed in a dark skin. Professor DuBola describes in beautiful and English the death of his own baby boy. Ho tells how dark tho day eocrncd to him as tho carriago rolled along through tho crowded streets of Atlanta behind tho hearse, which car ried tho lifeless form of tho child ns dear to him as llfo. Aa tho crowd parted for a moment to let tho procession pass, somo ono inquired who It was that had died. Professor heard tho reply a3 It broko in upon his saddened heart "Just 'nig gers.' " Do you wonder that ho Js sometimes tlttorT Ono would bo disposed to charco him with tho In- differenco of white men If wo had not Hvod nil our lives in tho midst of theso conditions and had not heard such expressions hundreds ot times. Test of White Civilization Wo havo heard much discussion of whether the pegro would bo ablo to a stand tho test of contact with heart-searchin- g Da-Ho- ls of Is still spreading the benefits ot education far behind. The fight during tho week to thoso people that wero not ablo ono, to go to tho average school." has become a bitter personal Prof. Raine gave a vivid outllno tho President being no longer ablo to bear In silence the aspersions and ot his life and paid high tribute to misrepresentations of his opponent. his unselfish character and high purBoth have been campaigning in the poses. Mrs. Frost told many personal imBay Stato. As this la written, tho peoplo nro deciding by their votea pressions of Dr. and Mrs. Pearsons. Treasurer Osborno told ot what which has presented the better arguDr. Pearsons had done for Berea and ment. of his visit to Borea before making FLOOD SUBSIDING The Mississippi flood is subsiding, his first donation, commencement but that does not mean immedlato 1S93. Dr. Pearsons visited tho kitch"Tho girls had Just finished relief, as It only brings to view tho en. terrible extent ot tho damage done. peeling tho potatoes for dinner, and no tho skins wero dumped Into a largo Thousands aro homeless with means to rebuild their homes or re- pan and pushed back under tho sink. stock their farms. Tho Government Tho doctor's keen cyo sighted tho Is feeding seventy thousand flood pan and he quickly drew It forward and picked up a peeling to seo whethvictims dally. er It waa thick of htln. Good forSTORM IN THE WEST. A tearful storm swopt through tune smiled and It was thin. I bavo Oklahoma from Texas, Saturday, wiping off tho map a number of towns nnd killing nearly fifty peoplo. choice, whllo Mr. Roosevelt Continued from 1'irst Page ful to him. His whole llfo waa voted to tho ono great purpose de- a short but Interesting address. Berea was delighted with her visitors, nnd did everything In her power In tho short time at her disposal to express her pleasure. On all slds was heard the invitation to come again, and to stay longer next tlmo. Tho secretary, Mr. Delloncy, was so well entertained that he came very near being left, somo one in tho observation car, ns tho train was leaving tho yards, however, saw his whlto umbrella and gave the signal to stop for him. gentleAnother man whose name could not bo learned failed to arrive at tho station In time and had to board a freight train. The regret was general that wo were not on their Itinerary for a night stop, for addresses by moro speakers would havo been appreciated and tho splendid views of Cincinnati and tho moving pictures would have been greatly enjoyed. Such an excursion is a great advertisement of the businses of tho city sending It out and has many educational features. If any criticism whatever could bo offered, however, It would bo that Its effectiveness Is discounted tremendously by tho fact that so many stops aro scheduled in so short a time. Nevertheless, no town visited tailed to feel the splendid effect of getting In touch with the "live wires" ot tho Queen City. And no doubt, tho commercial interests ot Cincinnati will bo greatly onhanccd by tho trip. BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE IN OUR OWN STATE Continued from uige one A COMPLETE LINE was tho only person hurt, and his Injuries aro not considered serious. That tho entire train did not go down a embankment, resulting In the loss ot many lives, la said to bo duo to tho skillful way In which tho engineer managed hla HARDWARE, PAINTS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES Prlce.RlRht J. D. CLARKST0N GiveUs "Call MAIN STREET, near Bank brakes. An entire train on tho Q. and C. was derailed near Crittenden, Monday morning. Tho wreck was duo to tho spreading of tho rails. No one was killed but several of tho wore badly bruised. A number of Herea students and others wero on tho L. and N. train and wero delayed about seventeen pass-eugo- PALACE MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured meats and lard, Fish and Oysters. Call for what you want and get what you call for. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR BUTTER, EGGS, CHICKENS. Leaf Lard, guaranteed pure. Kldd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. rs II II D ORFRTS TOp. Page Six, last. THE CITIZEN. "I suppose that's true," ho said at "I supposo l might havo saved him then, just as I might havo saved htm later, from Hoscoo'n dart I can think of n hundred ways that It might tho accusation against Java happened m, 1 mean without his having any part In It" Then ho said rather abruptly: "Fansbaw told you tho story, didn't bo?" She assented. "Most of It, that la. Perhaps not qulto all ho know" "I don't luiow It nil myself," ho told her, "that la, l have filled It in with guesses I Incw about the girl. Hunter mas half mad about her, and she, I suppose, wns In lovo with blm. Anyway, ho camo to mo cno sight tha last time I over talked wltli him raging with excitement The girl's father had found out about him nnd maatt, sho said, to kill him, and perhaps, her, too. Anyhow, she had forbidden Hunter seeing her again. We took a drink or two, together, hnforo 1 started, and I supposo ho must havo drunk himself half mad after that; for ho started right on my trail and did what I have always you know. supposed, until just now, that ho bad used my name ns his own with her, to screen himself from possible trouble. Dut thnt may not have ben tho rase. Ho may simply havo spoken of me as his friend. "Tho girl was In lovo with him, and It would bo natural for her to give her father my name Instead of Hunter's, and make the accusation against me. I supposo ho thought that I could, probably, clear myself easily enough, without involving blm, and that tho whole row might blow over without doing any Irreparable damago to cither of us. And then, when it didn't blow over when It got worse and meant ruin for somebody tho fact that ho hadn't spoken at first would hae made It Un times harder to speak at last I might have holp-eHo sent word to me once, him. when I was under arrsot, to ask If I t was would 3co him, and l refused " His speech was punctu- very d . . May 2, 1912. palm pressed tbo tonrs out of hor but mndo no other answer. Ho tiMvti cyos. lo Phlljp. "I'll have lo confess," ho snld, "to "You nren't strong enough yet to bo used as tho suitor I for a really good tho rudest sort of Inqulslllvo curiosity bundlo you cry." Her volco was shaky nnd hor about the strange-lookiuspeech uneven. Thero wero still some brought nboard with you from tho It looks llko some primitive Utile half suppressed sobs In It. Hut Aurora. sho turned her fnco ngaln Inwards Ksklmti's attempt to build u llylng nia tho southern horizon, "If that's tho chine." Is something llko that," said nrmy I ought to bo nblo to "If you'll Imvo It brought up rend It. Tom taiiRht It to mo years Philip. ago. Perhaps perhaps It Is bo who Is here on deck I'll open It out lo von." Tho young fellow's plonsure wns alsignaling now." ll have It bro.iclit at most boyish, "Wns thero n search-ligh- t on tho Au rorn?" Philip asked. "I didn't notice once," be snldT Tho breoze wai straight behind when I saw her." Hit trlod lo innkii tho question sound casual, but hfs them nnd Just about strong onnugb la volco was hardly steadier than hers, compensate for the speed of tho ves"Oh, yes," she said, "It was ono of sel, and the air on deck wns quite still. nsslts-anc- o puzzled tho boy's tho things w laughed at Uncle Jerry With Philip spread his wings for for Insisting upon, but ho Insisted that night just tho samo. It's a very powerful the first time since light, Philip," sho said auddonly', niter when he hud dived off tho to go In pursuit of Monroe Tho a little, silence, "Is It not plain Impainfully was almost possible, thnt that we see over there? recollection vivid, nnd an bo looked into Jennne'a You know you said, and father said fa co bo saw thu same memory mirIn his Journal, that thoro was no possibility of n relief In tho winter. Philip rored there. Ilut younf Cnldwcli soon brought Philip, Isn't it madness Is It tho leu them back to tho present. He was no ttudner ?" longer embarrassed or shy, deferenHut bcff.p ho could answer they was, appartial. Aerlnt navigation t heard a jut In the still ently, a subject he knew alt about. tie ulr. Ho criticised tho shape of the planes, "No." he cried, "the une wait is tho material thoy wero made of, tho over. Thank (Jod thny aro hefe. Kl.-In curvii of this, the dip of that--a- ll Jeanne' Uro tho revolver' Let then, tli. tone of nn expert nnd by know they aro In time." His lips tremway of e'jmmbig up, he said: bled and tears glistened In his eyes. In a 'it's rnther p'.'.iful, Uu'i It was lying1 undor her hand, Thoro way nny primitive thing always f wero only three cartridges left, fects mo like old locomotives tlm? but she llrod them alt Into tbo air. have In museums. Somebody, probThen, nlmost before the echo from ably, believed once that that would tbo cliff behind them had died away, fly I hope be didn't believe It serithey beard n dim ball in a hutuun ously enough to give It a real trial." voice a volco that broke sharply as If "You don't think It would rk. tho shout bad ended In a sob. then?" asked Philip "It's Tom," she said. Tho young man laughed. "Dear me, "Call out! It's your tolce he'll want no." ho said. "It couldn't work.' to hear " Dut It wns a moment "At nny rata." suld Philip. "Un an she could command It. Sbo callamusing curiosity." ed bis namn twice, and then a third "Oh, yea, Indeed, yes," the young; time, with a different Inflection, for a man asiicnted, cordially. "I wlnh It long, leaping flicker of firelight bad re- wore mine. Only I wouldn't try io lly a little knot of figures roundvealed with It" ing one of tho great Hie duties called him nwny then that covered tho frozen harbor Ono rather suddenly, nnd Philip wns left tire, a little In advance of tho others, dashed forward nt a run. Jeanne sprang to meet blm. For a little while Cayley stood hesitating before thu lire. Just where Jeanne, In her Impulsive rush tuwnrd their rescuers, hnd left blm, then slow ly. he followed her. Tho party on the lr was moving landward ngnln. Kven at Philip's slow pare, the distance between ttum was narrowing Joanne and yoniig Fan ntmw were coming on ahead. Ho suw her stop suddenly and throw an arm , nround tho mun'a nock. Sho w.ts laughing nnd crying alt at once, nnd there were tears In the mnn's eyes, too. Philip expected that. lie knew that Funshnw loved her. Ills memory of that fact was all that rodcvmeil bis memory of their encounter on the Aurora's deck Hut. what ho did not expert, was to seo Fanshnw suddenly release lilm Enlf from the girl's embrace and romu straight toward hltn. That was not , the most surprising thing not that, nor tho hand which Fanshaw was holdDirk-EyeWas a ing out to him. It was the look In the "He Handsomt Young Man." young man's face. There wus a powerful emotion work- to furl his wings nlone. From the p r oring there, but no sign of any conflict, es s he looked up Into Jeanne's face. no resistance, no reluctance It was "Why. Jeanne'" Her oys were the face of a mnn humble In tho pres- bright, bright with unshed tenrs, nnd Ho strlppil off there was n little flush of bright color ence of a miracle. his gauntlet and gripped Cayley's In her checks. band. It was a moment before he "Oh, know," she said, with an uncould speak. steady laugh, "It's absurd to bo ludlg-n.m- t, "It's only Just now," ho said, 'now but I wished -- oh, how I wished, that I see you hero together, that I when ho was so patronizing nnd io find It hard to believe. Ilecause I've sure, that on might havo slipped )our known all along that you were hero arms Into their places and gone curvwith her, keeping her nllvo until wo ing, circling up. all gold and gleaming. could get back to her. I've been the Into tho air I knew you wouldn't, only one who has had any hope at but I hoped you would," all, and with me It's been a certainty "Jeanne, dear." ho said, "you'll rerather than a hope. It's us If I had member that always my flight, I Hut, sometimes you'll get to stfen you here, together. I've seen you mean so a thousand times, but now, that I do womlerlng If It Isn't tho memory of n my own eyes. It's hard dream. actually, with And then you'll go nnd tlnd to . . . ' Ills voice broke there. these old wings In nn attic, someThere was a moment of silence, then where, and stroke them with your he went on: "You must try to forbands, tho way you did that night give us, Cayley me. In particular, for whon I furled them tlrst upon tho IceI'm the one who needs It most. We floe beside you." know the truth of that old story now. Sho looked nt him quickly, wldo-oye-d No, It wasn't Jeanno who told, It was poor Hunter himself, In a letter. Ho "What do you mean, Philip? Not had written It long ago, and It wus that not that I'm never to see you among his papers f want you to read fly ngaln?" I think, perhaps, when It sometime. Ho nodded you do you will be able to forglvo him, "Somehow, up there, with all tha too." world below me, It never seemed real. "That's done already," said Philip. F.vuti you never seemed real, who wore tbo only real thing In all tho "No, not long ago within the last Come, shall wo go back to tbo world. Tho earth was only a spinning fire? I suppose wo hud better wait ball, and thoro wero no such thing m for another moonriau before wo try to men I wasn't n man myself, up there, not ovwti even after you had brought get to the Aurora." It was six months later, a blazing, mo bark to life nnd given inu a soul blue July day, when the gunboat York-tow- ngaln. Somehow, to bo a man one has I lifted North Head, the northern to wear tbo shackled of mankind. portal of thu (Jolden (late. Tom Fan- can't explain It better than that, but I shaw and his father bad gone to the know It's true." For a long time sbo searched lilt bridge, hut Philip nud Jeanne, the other two passengers, remained un- face In silence. "You used to seem n spirit rntbet moved by the announcement, seated as far aft ns possible, the ensign, limp thin n man to mo," sho said, "whin i would Uo wntrhlng you sealing then In the following breeze, fluttering Just above mo. And now now It's I w,t over their beads. ' Looking up, they saw one of the brought you down." "Do you remember how I told ei oltlcers standing closo besldo Junior dark-eyennro that a man llko your father wi Ho was a them. youngster, whose worth a wbolo Paradise of unguis' frank adoration of Jeanno over slnco Well, I want to bo a man, Jeanne, A thoy had como aboard had amused the near ns possible such a man ns hi und was. And I want to walk besldo yu Fnnshaws nnd secretly pleased tuuehed Pblllp, although he pretended always." A shift of wind from astern ot-- r to be amused, too. , They both rose und lounged back took thorn nud tho great ensign Hup ped forward, screening them for a mi against the rail as he came up. ment wboro they stdod, from the vioi "Ulad to bo nearly home, Mr. Cald well?" said Joanne. "You navy people j of tbo rest of tho deck. With a nud regard any port In tbo States us born, den pnsslun of understanding sht clasped him closo nnd kissed htm. don't you?" TIIK i:nd. "Oh, I'd bo glad enough ol a month's thoro leuve," be suld, "If It weren't Herring Always In Leii. this particular voyage. I mean If It Herrings form tho greatest harvest didn't mean that wa are going to lose you." ol tbo ocean. More hcrriujn are eatel She gavo blm a frleudly little smile, I than any other llsti. wlg-wn- aA c5uiymi5U'copvni)MT COPYUICMT If 3YNOP3IS. 1010 4IO In hers. still It wns Philip's voice thnt wakened her. How long afterwards shn did not know. Ho was sitting erect on tho , great nnd nil sho could noo of him wns the dim sllbouetto of bis back against tho sky "What Is It?" sho asked, drowsily, "la anything the matter?" Ho could hardly command his volco half-claipebcar-skln- planntlon a wonderful great, soft calm Sho slopt seemed to envelop hor. thore like a child beside blm, his hand it iw tmc ctNTliav co to answer. 0" THE SUCCESS CO locked Into his and pressed it to his lips before he spoke. Thero was n riilllp Cayley. accused of a e rime of silence after that. Then, with a Uttlo which he Is not guilty. resigns from the effort, Iho girl spoke. nnnv In disgrace and III" affection for "Philip, do you remember my sayfriend, Unit. Terry Hunter, turns to hntrnt. Cayley seeks solltuJe. where he.r ing what n contempt you must have soaring-oveperfects a rUIng nuehlne. While up the Arctic legions, he picks In a for the world that didn't know how to tin fly? Do you remember that, nnd tho curiously shaped slick he hail wn Iib disassassin's hand Mounting agMfn. answer you made to It?" covers n vneht anchored In the bay. DeHe nodded. scending near the stesmcr. he meets a an Ice lloe. lie learns that the Klrl on "Philip, Is that still there? Your anil that Klrl'a ninp l Jeanne signs the yailit has come north to seek arctic contempt, I mean, for tho world?" of her father. C'aptiln Kleldlns. in "I don't bollevo," he said, "that you explorer A party from tho yacht Is mayou, who king search nhore. Aft.r Cayley departs can even ask that seriously Jeanne rinds that he haJ dropped a garo me first my soul back again nnd slick. C'jptaln I'lancK ami the surviving crew of his wrecked whaler then. In these last weeks, my life. n nre In hiding on the coast. A fiiant Held For It's been your life that has lived named Ueseoe. had murd In me theso last days thoy must be a !ng and his two companions, after the explorer had revealed the location of an good many Just as It was your enormous ledge of pure cold Kjsroe then warmth and faith and fragrnnco that It develops took command of the puty 1hat the ruffian had committed th murgave mo back my soul, long ago." Ho lloscoe plans kier witnessed by Cayley. to capture the yacht and escape with a paused a moment; then, when uo went big load of gold. Jeanne tells on his voice had a somewhat different owner of the jacht. About the visit of the "Ilut tho other contempt, and shows him the stick left by quality. Cnyley. Kanthaw declares that It Is an Jeanne, that still exists, or would exf'.sklmo throntiiK-sth'k- , used to shoot starts. Tom I'anshaw returns from the ist If I gave It the chance, Iho world's orarchlne pir'.y with a sprained ankle. contempt for me. Not oven your faith Terry Iluntei Is found murdered and Vayley Is accused of the crime hut Jeanne could shako that." tiellevrn him 'nnoccnt. A relief party goes Sbo had been besldo to ilnfl the rearcher. Tom professes his rows and loe fc .ainne. Shehut. and ashore Ilnds him, but now she sat erect purposefulenters an abandoned there ly, llko one who has taken a resoluher father' dlnry. which discloses the extion. plorer's suspicion of Itoscoe. The ruffian returns to the hut and scs Jeanne. "I'm not so sure of that," she said. He Is Intent on murder when the skytone, though thero man hwooim down and tho ruffian fWs. In a matter-of-fac- t Jennno gives Cailey her father's diary wai an undercurrent of excitement In to read. The yncht disappears and It. "Philip, I havo been trying to plans to capture it are revealed. Jeanne's only hope Is In Cayley Tha solve n puzzle since you wero 111. I seriousness of their situation becomes aphoped I could solve it by myself. If Cayparent to Jeanne ai.d the ley kills a polar bear Next he finds a I were intelligent enough I'm sure I li.e to the hiding place of the stores. could; but I'll have to ask you to help Itoacoe Is about to attack the girl when ho Is sent fleeing; In terror by the sight me It's a string of letters written swooping down. Measures of the are taken to fortify the hut. Cayley kills around a picture, In n locket." h wounded iolar bear and receives tho "A locket of yours?" he asked, surllrst Intimation that Itoacoe possesses up prised. flreetms A llsaiire In .the ice finding It, reHunter's body and Itos.-oe"Never mind about that just now." tinues the dead mnn'a rill" He discovers She spoke hastily and the undercurCayley Is a human helm; and not a hat plrlt. The ruftlnn Is Imflled In his plan rent of excitement was growing to murder Ca) ley when the latter ami Jeanne take refuge In the cave where a stronger In her voice. rurlous storm keeps them Imprisoned. me to try It now?" he "Do you They confess their love for each other. asked. "If you'll make a light nnd f'HVley. resolving to seek the rufilan and 1lll him. tinde Koseoe's cave, hut the show mo the thing I'll see what I enemy Is not there. He picks up a can do." e locket and depirts has sil.en Ivantage of Cay ley's "Perhaps you won't need that," she to fcrre his way Into where Jeanne said. "I can remember tho letters. Is C.tvley ri turns, and a tight ensue, ill xvhtili Kiwoe Is killed. They are divided up Into words, but I'm sure they arc not any foreign language; they are In a code of some CHAPTER XXII. Continued. rut-Marky-ma- n ISos-coe- 's sky-ma- n sky-ma- n familiar-looking; Uos-;o' "ll'a that aurora, over there," ho said, "No, It's gono now. It may come back. It's right over thero In tho south straight In front of you." "Hut, my dear ray dear" she persisted, "why should an aurora . , . In It because of tho one we saw tbo ntfihl you killed Iloscoe? Is It that old Mghtmaro that It brings back?" Sho was UKuklng quietly, her volco carosslng him Jdt as her hands wore. She wns llko a methtr trying to reas-sura frightened child. "No, It's not that," ho said, unelly. I don't know I think I may be suing mud, perhaps. I know I wasn't droamlng. I thought so nt first, but know I'm not now," Then she folt his body stiffen, ho dropped her hand and pointed out to the southern hoo 1 'i clIiT-heu- il rifle-sho- rizon. "There," be said, "look thero!" Wnnt she saw wns simply a pencil of whlto light, pointing straight from the horizon to the zenith, and macblug an altitude of perhaps 20 degrees. Compared with the stupendous electrical displays that they were used to seeing In that winter sky, It was utterly and from It she turned to search his face. In sudden alarm. "No, no look look!" ho commandhigher ed, his incitement mounting with each word, She obeyed reluctantly, but at what she saw her body became suddenly rigid and she stared as one might stare who sees a spirit. For the faint pencil of whlto light swung on a pivot, dipped clear to tho horl- - .. If he-fo- s 11 Tho perception came to him as a nieutiory, and In memory It seemed to bo Jeanne's voice Now, unless bU wits were wandering, lit heard It again, and It called his name. He was half Incredulous of Its reality, even as ho answered It. Hut Iho next moment, before he could extricate himself from bis planes, or even attempt to get to his feet, bo foil the pressure of ber body, as she J:nelt over him. CHAPTER Signals. XXIII. sort." She did not turn to look at blm, but she felt blm stir a little, with suddenly aroused attention, and heard his breath come a Uttlo quicker. "Tho first letter was all by Itself," she said, trying to keep her voice steady. It wns N And then. In one word, came the letters "That means 'A coward,' " he said. His voice was unsteady, and ho clutched suddenly at her hand. She could feel that his was trembling, so she took It In both of hers and held It tight. "It's a code," ho said, "a boyish code I remember that for a of my own. long time after I Invented It I believed It to bq utterly insoluble; yet It was childishly simple. It consists simply of splitting the alphabet In two and using tho last halt tor tha first, and vice versa. It must have occurred to hundreds of boys, at one time and another, and yet " bis voice faltered. "Vet, It's a little odd that you should havo stumbled upon another example of It." "The next word was "That means 'betrayed,' " he said, almost Instantly. "Was wns there any . ; Dirk-Haire- There were a good many days after that not days at all, really, but an interminable period of night which were broken for Jeanne by no ray of liopo whatever. She kept Philip and herself alive, from day to day, and this occupation left her hardly time enough lo think whether there was anything to hope for or not. Much of the time Philip was delirious; sometimes violently so, and yet h 1 often bad to leave blm. When she did so, it was with no certainty at all that she would And him alive upon her return. At last the conviction was forced upon her that Philip was actually on a the road to recovery. His delirium lees violent and occurred at longer Intervals. The frightful condition of his wounds began visibly to Improve. Instinctively she resisted this conviction as long as she could, refusing almost passionately to begin to hope for the return of hope brought an almost Intolerable pain with it Without hope there had been no fear, jio apprehension Just as In a frozen limb tbcro Id no pain. Hut, as tho possibility of his recovery became plainer, tho slenderness of the thread by which big life was banging became plainer, too. A thousand chances which she could not guard against might cut the thread and destroy the . hope He was able, at last, after a long sleep and a really hearty meal of sustaining food which she hardly dared give blm to get up and walk out of beach, tholr uholter to the Fifty paces or so was all ho was equal to; but at the end of the little promenade he expressed u disinclination to .go back to tha stuffy little shed which had been the scene of his long Illness. The clean, wide, boundless air was bringing back the zest for life to lit in. So Jeanne brought out from tho hut a great bundle of furs and made a nest of them on the beach, nud tlure be lay back and she sat down Lcbldo blm. "I)o you remember, Jeaune," bo paid, "tho first timo we sat out like this, there on tho bnsldo the Aurora, and 1 told you how I bad learned to fly?" She locked her hand Into bis bofor jiliu answered. "I couldn't believe that night that I wasn't dreaming," she said softly. "Nor I, either." he told her; "und, somehow, I can't believe It now not fully; not this part of II. anyway" lie bud titled the hand that was new-bornstar-vaulte- d Ice-flo- e little word, three letters, Hut I know already what they mean, Philip." There was a momentary silence, then sho repeated the whole phase "'A coward betrayed him,'" Sho was trembling all over now, herself. "I knew," she said, "I knew It was something llko that." Then sho dropped down beside him and clasped him tight In her arms. "Philip, that was written around your picture, an old picture of you It must have been, which fell out of your pocket when I was undressing you that night after your fight with Hos-coI recognized tho locket It was enclosed in as Mr. Hunter's. I bad often seen It on his wntch fob, and It's engraved with bis Initials." "It fell out of my pocket," said Philip, Incredulously. "yen," she said, "that puzzled me, too, for awhile; and finally I figured It out. You must have found It " "That night In Hobcoo's cave, when I was waiting fur him. I bad forgotten it until this moment." "I knew it must be llko that;" sho said, "something llko that. And wasn't ' sho began It . . "Hunter's code as well as mine? Yes. Wo made It up together when we were boys," ho said, "and wo used it occasionally even after we left the Point. We wroto In It, both of us, as easily as in Kngllsb; and read It the same way." Her young arras still held blm fast "Philip, be must have been sorry a long timo almost slnco It happened. It's an old, old picture of you, dear, and the Ink of tbo letters Is faded. He's carried it with him ever since, as a reminder of the wrong he did you, and of his cowardice In letting you suffer under It." "I suppose It was that from the first." "1 don't believe be ever meant" Sho let the sentence, break off thore, and there was a long, long silence. .' . more." "One "Fanshaw Told You tha Story, Didn't He?" atea dsw by longer and longer pauses, but still Jeanne waited. "Very suro of the correctness of my own attitude then. Correct is, perhaps, the exact word for it I wouldn't turn a hand to save a man a man who had been my friend, too from living out tho rest of his life In bell." He shud dered a Uttlo at that and she quickly laid her hand upon his Hps. "That was long ago," sho said. "You can see now what a Cod. perhaps, would have seen and done then. And If you did wrong, then U'a you who havo suffered for It you who have You have puld for paid tbo penalty. the thing you left undone as well as for the thing he did. Ilut wo must not talk about it any moro, now. I ought You're not strong enough. not to have spoken of It at all, but, somehow, I couldn't wait any longer." "Just this much more, Jeaunu, and then wo will let It go; You sue now. don't you, dear, why I said I never could gu back to thu world, never clear myself of tho old chargo nt Hunter' expense Perry Hunter's expeiiko now that ho Is dead; nud don't you see that that's as impossible now us It was when I tlrst said It?" It was with a half laugh and a naif sob that sbo kissed him. "Oh, my dear," she said, "what does the world matter.' This thu world here, You und 1. Tha sp:e of this great bear-skiwe aro lying on The past can't rome between us, und what elbu is there that matters? Come, It's time for you to take another nap. Are you warm enough out here, or Khali wo go back to the but?" "I'm warm, soul und body, thanks to you," be said Ilut It was Jeanne who went to sleep, Somehow, slucu that last ex- 1 zon, rose aagln and completed Its cirv cuit to thu other side. Sbo sat thero beside him, breathless, almost lifeless with suspense while that pencil traced its course back and forth from horizon to horizon, stopped sometimes on tbo zenith, to turn back upon Itself sometimes continuing through unchecked, At last her breath burst forth from her In a great sob, Sho turned and clung to him wildly. "Philip," she said, "It can't bo that It can't It can't!" "Tell me tell mo what It looks llko what you think yo'i see?" Sho stayed just where she was, cling-luto him. cowering to him, as If someher, her face pressed thing terrltk-down against his shoulder. "SlgnulB," she gasped out. "From a light from a search-light.He drew a long deep breath or two, and his good arm tightened about her. "Well," he said, hla voice breaking In n shaky laugh, "If wu uro mad, wo uro mad together, Jeanne, dear, and with the saino madness; und If wa aro dreaming, wo are living In the samo Did you read what It said? dreum. Oh, no, of courso you couldn't but I did, It's tbo old army and It has baen saying all sorts of things. Spelling out your name most of tho time. What It Just said was, 'Courage. They are coming.'" wlg-wu- n g dark-haired- , good-lookin- CHAPTER XXIV. Unwlnged. For uwhlle sbo stayed lust where she was, K--r bead cradled against bis shoulder, but, presently, she stood erect once more, pulled off one of her heavy gauntlets, und with hor bare May 2, 1912. 1 bft pinch of mixed herbs. Aid a large spoonful of lard or butter, stir It well through the hot mass, let It cool a bit, No Other Fowl Oo Interesting or 8c then stuff the goose, which has been Helpless as Young Poult Feed seasoned Insldo and out, truss very Ing of Much Importance. firmly, rub over well with lard, butter or drippings, put Into a thickly-greaseThcro Is no fowl so Interesting or so bng of generous size, add n tablespoon-fu- l unable, to care for Itself as tho young of cold salt water, seal, nnd set In turkey tho first ton days or two weeks hot oven for ten minutes. Slack heat of Its life. The young turkeys mm half nnd cook done, nllowlng twenty, bo kept very warm and dry, but not two minutes to the pound. Servo with whero tho fresh air and sunshine will mashed turnips, linked squash, baked bo excluded, writes Mrs. J. J. Kngland npples or apple sauce, bot com bread In tho I'rnlrlo Farmer. Keep them In and sweet elder. a roomy pen for ten days at least. Stuffed Tomatoes, Mllanaite. Cut with n floored box or coop for a roost out freely tho stem ends of six CONSTRUCTION OF HEN HOUSE Ing placo. It Js better to havo n gen tomatoes, scoop out thn seed and part erous supply of straw In tho coop as of the pulp, dust tho Insldcs well they will keep warmer through cool profitableness of Structure will De with pepper and salt nnd put a bit of nights nnd damp days. I find tho tur Determined Largely by Itt Combutter In each. Fill with finely key hen cares better for tho young tur fort and Convenience. minced cold meat beef, veal, lamb key than a foster mother or chicken FOR VARIOUS MEATS. or chicken, mixed with minced raw Tho profitableness of the loultry hen. Sho Is moro thoughtful nnd bncon nnd seasoned lightly with salt By Martha McCulloch Williams. will bo governed largely by tho com watchful nnd can euro for them so and pepper. Sprinkle fried bread Kvery manner of meat, even the crumbs thickly over the top, put In fort and (onvcnlcnco of tho houso they much longer than the chicken hen occupy, 'i no following plan hat prov Tho secret In turkey raising Is keeping humblest, may bo made tender and a hag and cook in n very successful nflcr h thorougl them wnrm and dry and feeding them pnlatable by means of paper bag cook- a quick oven ten to twolvo minutes ing. If only the cook knows bow and Scrc on n very hot dish. trial, snya tho Homestead. Tho home generously for tho first two weeks. a twenty-fou- r For tho first few feeds glvo them Is willing to take the pains. Kvcn the fet long, fourteen feet vldo nnd five feet high nt tho renr hard boiled eggs with a little black humblo pig's head and feet. An BAKING FAVORITE CAKES. 'nnd eight feet In front. The foundn leppcr, with fre6h water In very shnl seo example, you say! Try It and If )ou Incllno to gainsay further. tlon 1b six Inches wide nnd extends low pans. After tho first few feeds Paper hag coo'klng betters cakes at Scrape the outer skin very clean, cut much as It does Ix Inches nbovc tho Hurfjico of tho make corn meal loaf by mixing with meat or pastry. Plcise sour milk, sodn, nnd n large tnblcspoon off the ears and noso of the head, to keep this fact In mind. Also the or ginger to three pints of milk, odd scalding both head aud feet well and lact that you should never try to mnko emovlng all removable Integument threo ergs. Mix In thin dough and cakes at haphazard. Instead, take a bako well, Feed this with curd3 or outside and In, The brains, of course, day or scleral days off from bridge will havo been removed. Break off any "rottngo cheese" well pppcrcd for and shopping nnd glvo your whole two weeks, then small grain may bo sharp projecting bones from either mind to the matter In hand. Decide hend or feet, blanch them by pouring fed. Urst nhat cukes you care to make, Keep tho shells of tho boiled eggs boiling water upon them, taking out then reckon up whnt you will need and dropping In very cold water, then to crumbled fine In tho open so they will make them of. Many a good cake havo free nrcess to them. Charcoal Is drain nnd season lightly with salt liy has been saddened past nil remedy In n large paper bag with through wnltlng ery good to mix with tho shells, (lln nt the wrong minute ger acts as n stimulant to tho young n stalk or two of celery If at hand nnd for some essential Ingredient, overn single slice of onion. The pepper and turkey nnd prevents them from becom Profitable Hen Houie. herbs come In later Add half u pint to looked In the general buying. Ing weak. If tho turkeys get thorough Never melt butter unless melted butpint of cold water, nccording to the ly chilled they will bo subject to chill a ter Is specifically cnlled for In your ground. It la mado of conrso gravel cholera or dlsentnry. A few drops of bulk of the meat, seal ling tight, lay receipt. Set the butter crock outside nnd cement mixed to tho proportion of boiled sweet milk with n smnll pinch on trivet, set In hot oven for live min- the refrigerator for several hours bes nnd ono part remcnt und alx parts gravel of ginger If given every hnlf hour will utes, then reduce heat cook for flio or six hours. Take up, fore you need Its contents the Tho sills nro 2x4 material bolted to save tho turkeys after they have be kitchen temperature will mnko the butthe foundation by boltii set Into the como too weak to care for food. Re- empty Into n bowl, and as soon as It ter Just right for creaming. Keep can possibly bo bundled, pick up, recement while It was soft. Tho bolts member they should bo fed ovary two moving nil bones. The gristle will eggs cool they beat light the quicker projected Just Xnr enough nbovo the have dissolved. Now add the season- for It. Always add a tiny pinch of cement no tho taps could bo screwed ing pepper, powdered herbs, especial- suit to the whites In beginning to down tlKhtly on tho Bills. The stud It makes tho frothing ly sage, n bare dnsh of tarragon vine- froth them ding In also of 2x4 material. Th gar, and a bare suspicion of garlic. If easier and Improves the taste. Eggs. rafters aro two by six lumber Ily us there Is much Hiiuld. add either sifted It is necdlcfs to say, must be above Ing this dimension they can bo put cornineal or bread crumbs, both suspicion. Sift flour and set It where farther apart than by using 2x1b The browned In tho oven. Pack smooth In It will get warm and dry without cntlro building was boarded solidly nn earthen mould and let get cold. scorching, then sift it again before with twelvc-lucboards with the exThere will bo headcheese worth eating. using It. Measure it after tho second ception of tho front Only threo feet Nor la stuffed pork tenderloin, which sifting, und If baking powder or toda of that wan boarded from foundation Is as full of relish as cither goose or and cream tartar are to bo put in It, A placo for door whs mado, three feet turkey, or even tho lordly baron ofi ndd them to tho measured hulk, and nnd a half wide to permit n wheelbar roast beef to he disdained. Oct large sift a third time. row to enter conveniently After tho Cako must be beaten well, and thorfat tenderloins, have them split, but building was boarded It wns covered the halves left together down the side, oughly, if jou want It firm, yet light, with a good grade of roofing material lay a good breadcrumb or mashed po- and of tine, close texture. Sweet milk Tho open space In front was covered tato stuffing, highly seasoned with helps to this line texture. Sour milk with rabbit wlro to prevent the chirk butter or drippings, pepper, sage, nnd or cream, contrarywlse, tends to u en from flying out and to Veep birds onion, In the spilt, skewer the edges coarse, bubbly grain. from entering to eat up tho chicken Prepare fruit over night, if possible. together over the stuffing, nnd cook trail. The boards for droppings were Two Mich flavors as lemon and vaIn n well greased hag wlth'a ory little put threo feet above tho ground nnd or water until well done. This Is special nilla, vanilla and the rooktn eight Inches above tho nnd almond, give to cake a tam; ly economical. In that there Is no bone boards. Alone tho west sldo wero as delicious as It is unusual. A spoonto ho thrown away. placed tho dark nests, two rows of Klther a fresh ham or shoulder, ful of brandy or even a good corn them, ono ubovo tho other. A.dron cur boned, unified and cooked In a paper whiskey, beaten well through tho cako flavoring which tain of burlap was hung to tho front tho before bag, will furnish a mighty satisfying Just of tho houio. This Is mado to roll dinner meat. The oven ought to bo should bo put In tho very last thing . A Profitable Type. up by aid of roics and pulleys. The very hot and stny so for seven to ten will make the cake lighter, better colpoints In favor of this house are lots hours tho first week. They eat a minutes, depending on the sire of the ored, and of better keeping quality. of sunllRht, plenty of fresh air. and a very small amount at a tlmo and are meat. Then slock heat Sift spices through part of tho flour, f and good scratching place for a hundred off for a ram bio around tho pen. They cook until thoroughly done. adding the spiced flour alternately hens. must be well fed tho first two weekB A square or the stein cut in with what Ib left plain. Always sift threo times a day, then as they grow checkers, well seasoned and baked In a sugar, and more than once If It In older, morning and evening will bo paper bag with npples or sweet po clammy. Warming It gently helps to PLACE FOR CHICKEN FEED sufficient. tatoes about It, will need no water, make light cake. It should be Billed only a well greased bag. Sparcrlbs can afresh after tho warming. As I have said, paper bag cooking Sugar Darrel Makes Excellent Reeep KEEP THE CHICKS GROWING bo paper bag baked If care Is used In s betters cake ns much aa It does meat handling them to seo that the tacle and Can De Put In Feed, room Out of the Way. do not go through the paper. Iln- - or pastry. It can be done In the bags, Absolutely Necessary That Little Fel roast, cooked thus with either apples but I advlso using In conjunction with lows Poises Constitutional or or potatoes, or white potatoes with a the bags either paper souffle-caseTho nlccf t thing for feed .recepVigor for Succest. bIIcc or two of onion, will make any wry thin tin moulds, square, oblong, tacle Is n sugar barrel. These can bo or round, or cases made from the bags hungry soul rejoice. purchased for nbout 15 cents each It Is absolutely necessary for tho Perfect capon Is nono so plenty In themselves. from your grocer. You can have ono greatest that the chicks mould, To make a square paper-bafor each kind of feed that you use. should bosuccesswith n storo of con the markets, but It to be had Is the born split In half a bag of tho largest size, best of all poultry, (let n big bird Ily ranging them nlong tho sldo of your feedroom you will have them Btltutlonnl vigor that will push them eight to nine pounds. Stuff, but not crease each half gently all round about trout nud out of the way and at the snmo tlmo to tbotho mlnuto keep them growing too tight, putting a handful In tbo thrcH! Inches from the cut edges, and they start Into Ufa from Truss extra firmly, fas- fold up each corner neatly, clipping tnsy of access. In tho thcll until they havo reached tening thin slices of bncon over the the folds firmly with two or even threo Covers may bo made, or can bo breast nnd thighs underneath tho trus- clips. Ilrush over this mould liberally purchased for about 10 cents each. maturo age.lot Clven a of chicks that aro born sing strings. Grease all tho rest of with soft butter, taking care to cover Ily labeling each you will have as well and they will tako Ilfo cheer- tho body liberally with soft butter, put every fiber. Fill three parts with cako tlno a feedroom as anyone. Theso fully nnd grow Into perfect little butter under the bacon on the batter, then slip the loaded mould barrels uro easy to handle, and can Tho best way to breed a lotmaturity. of culls breast, then pop Into a inside n big greased bag which rests bo cleaned out by Etmply rolling tho Is eggs from hens with de well greased paper bag, lay on n trivet, upon a wire trivet. Soal the outer bag, to tho ono that you want to get away pleted ufo vitality and then neglect tbo set on broiler In hot oven, let cook taking care that It does not press from tho rest. This plan Is ono that chicks after they aro batched. till bag corners turn very brown, then down the empty upper edges of the ono that you want to get nt nway slack heat half, or even a little more mould Inside, prick two or three small hut been tried, nftcr using boxes nnd If the heat Is florce, and cook for an holes In Its upper side, and set the of different kinds. hour nud a half to an hour and three-- trivet on the broiler In a very hot ry It out for yourself nnd you will Wl oven, Put on the shelf abovo It a quarters. find that It will woik nicely, whether Choose your gooso young and fat. shallow pan filled half way with boll- you havo need of but two or three, or oven though you know the paper bng Ing water, and on tho floor underneath a dozen. A steam heated lieu house Is a Joke, will make a tough bird tender. Singe, u pan with a llltlo cold water, uioso Never send n fowl to market that wash nnd drain tho snmo as capon. the oven door and leave for ten min EXCELLENT COOP FOR CHIQKS has a full crop. nnd hanging In a cold place a day and utes. Take out the water pans then, Ventilation la moro Important than night Improves It. For tbo stuffing and after two or three minutes slack and finish baking. Tho boll mild onions very tender, slicing heat one-haWell Lighted and Ventilated Shelter heat In tho poultry house. See that your and brood. them and letting them llo In salt water time will, of course, depend on tho for Little Fellows It Dett How A eIzo nnd kind of cake. crs nro In good condition now. halt an hour before cooking. to Make One. Paper bag baking Is a little quicker. If you notice symptoms of cold medium goose will tako two to six onA dark coop for tho hen and young among your fowls, put coal-oi- l In tho ions, according to size, and two or and ever fco much more certain. Small patty pans, or four npples. Peel nnd sllco them, cook chicks is n nuisance. Tho youngsters drinking water. If you buy eggs that aro shipped by spft with the onions, adding a very tit mil III n moulds, filled with cako batter crowd Into tho back part of the coop nnd can only bo felt, not Been. Ily express do not set until they havo le chopped celery. Mash all together, and baked inside bags, will afford an placing n glass door In tho front of rested 21 hours. then add to mashed potato enough to almost Infinite variety of ornamented tho coon, tlin lnterlnr In tilunvn ox. Don't forget to plnco a newspaper fill tho goose, but not too full. Season good things. posed to view. A small sliding door In tho bottom of Incubator. It will with salt nnd pepper, nlso a table- - (Copyright, 1911, by tho Associated Literary Press.) spoonful of powdered sago and a tiny ; have a lot of labor. It Is doing things at tho right tlmo and never ncgloctlng tho flock for a single day thnt brings success. Never buy an Incubator of less than By Nicolas Soyer, Chef of Brooks' Club, London, 100 egg capacity. 200 Is better and yolks of three eggs anu Belgnett a la Portugalte: Wash well costs hut a trlllo moro to run It. In tho breeding pen abovo alt there six ounces of Caroline rice, placo It In the whites, whisked to a firm froth should be provision mado for nxorclso a clean stew pan, adding four ounces with a tiny pinch of snlt and a little It vigorous healthy chicks are wanted. of powdered sugar, two uunces of but lemon Juice. Mix lightly, but very Weed seed from tho cleaning ma- ter, halt a stick of cinnamon and a thoroughly, nud then form Into ball chines of local seed stores havo soma trip ot lemon peel or a very little about the tlzo of a small tangerine value at a chicken toed, says a poul- grated rind ot lemon. Allow the but- Mnke an aperture In each as ter to melt, shaking tbo pan to avoid us possible, and Insert a small spoontry raiser. A Light Chicken-Coop- . It Is not altogether what a hen burning, then add a pint of milk. Cover ful of either apricot Jam or uiurmaladu rats that makes eggs, and Ucsb, but closely aud bring gently to the boll. In up neatly, then t tho bottom will permit tho chicks rattier what tho la able to digest and Then draw the pan to tho sldo ot the dip the middle. Close In egg and breadcrumbs. Have Are and simmer slowly for rather moro to run out. whllo tbo old hen can be assimilate. bug, put In the than a quarter ot 'an hour, when the ready a kept confined. Several boles should Why not a flock of ducktt this yearT belgnett-ud cook for fifteen minutes. bo bored Into tho sldo of the coop In They aro easily raised and will make rlco should have absorbed all tho milk Withdraw Take out and serve nt once. nnd be perfectly tender. order to glvo ventilation. Tho coop moro weight with the name amount of Walton pan from the Are and allow tho (Copyright. 1911. by SturgU should be about 14x24 Inches aud tho feed than chickens. The market U the Company.) mixture to cool u little. Then add the glass nhoutd be at least 10x14 Inches. good too. POULTRY POINTS IN TURKEY RAISING iif mm- THE CITIZEN. Page Seven. m - BE RE A Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OP THE MOUNTAINS What Are Your Talents? What Are Your Aims? Berea Ha the Training That is Best For YOU. Arc you not far advanced? Then enter the FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Here yoo will bo placed with othors like yourtolf, under a special teacher, and make most rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and tho common branches and bo ready to use them. You will have singing, drawing, farm and household management, and free Ono yenr In the Foundation School costs less than $90 and Is worth $1,000. Aro you nlmlng to be n tcacher7 Then Jola the NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Here you will bo so trained thnt you will fear no examination, and you wilt bo taught how ta teach. The demand for Berea trained tenchers far exceeds tho supply. Are you Interested In earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. Marth, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Business Course, Etc. Here you soon doublo 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-twyears or three years In tho GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Franels E. Matheny, Dean. or three years, In such practical studies as will fit you for an honorable and useful life. You select your studies from such aa these: Physiology the science of health; Civics the science of government; Grnnimar the art of correct speech and Kthlcs the sclenco of right nnd wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence; Botany necessary for the doctor and interesting to every lady; Physics the science of machinery; Drawing, Ilookkeeping, etc., etc. Ho you wish to prepare to enter College? Start In the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Mathenyr Dean. Best training in Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. s has Its own and Men's Dormitory, and a largo body ot students of high character and ability, able Instructors, and use ot College Library and apparatus. text-hookBook-Bindino Two-yenrletter-writinclass-room- o two-third- Berea College DR. EDWARD C. DOWNING, DEAN. The College Itiolf stands apart from all the other schools under Its manhaB long maintained Uie highest standards known In tho South. To conform to tho Carnegie standards we havo diminished our former requirements! Required and elective studies with opportunity to concentrate In particular lines, Laboratories Latest college library In Kentucky. equipped for student practice. Courses leading to the degrees of A. II., II. S., IJ, L.. and B. Ped. MUSIC (Singing Free). Peed Organ, Volco Culture, Piano, Theory, Band, may be taken for special fees In connectlon'wlth work In any of tho above schools. agement and Questions Answered Berea College, with Its affiliated Berea, Friend of Working Students. schools, Is not a institution. It requires certain tecs, but It expends many thousands of dollars each year for tho benefit ot Its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for students to earn and bave In every wny. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation ot tho young people. Our students como from the best families and are earnest to do well and lmiVove. For any who may bo sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents In Berea live In College buildings, and assist in work of boardlng'hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to the valuo ot their labor. Except In winter it Is expected that all will havo a chance to earn a part of their expenses. Write to the Secretary before coming to securo 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 the weather, warm wrai.i nnd underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas nnd other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES ore really below cost. The 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 table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, In tho fall, und $1.50 In whiter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to CO cents tor each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," aB guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This 1b paid but once, and Is 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 Is a free gift). The Incidental Fee tor 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 tbo term, board by the half term, installments aro ns follows: Vocational and Foundation Academy College. School. and Normal. FALL TERM . COO $ COO $ 7.00 Incidental Feo fi.fiO 7.00 7.00 Itoom ' 'J. 4 5 9.45 9.45 Board, 7 weeks money-makin- rose-wate- r, rose-wate- one-hal- no-por- rib-end- s g cro-spac- loose-fittin- Amount due Sept. 13, 1911 Board 7 weeks, duo Nov. 1, 1911 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 $29X0 $ 5.00 $22,45 9.45 $31.90 S3 1.40 $ COO $23.45 9.45 $32.90 $32.40 $ 7.00 7.20 9.00 $23.29 9.00 $32.20 $31.70 7.00 5.00 C.75 Total for term If paid In advance WINTER TERM ti.00 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $28.50 $ 5.00 lf Incidental Fco Itoom Board, C lnci-bator- s weeks 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $30.70 $ COO D.0O C.75 fancy-shape- d Amount duo Jan. 3. 1912 Board C weeks, duo Feb. 14, 1912 Total for term If paid In advance SPRING TERM Incidental Feo Room Board, 5 weeks Amount duo March 27. 1912 Board, 5 weeks, duo May 1, 1912 4.00 C.75 Sweets for the Sweet well-beate- $15.75 G.75 $17.75 6.7G $18.75 6.7S $26.50 $25.00 Total for term If paid In advance $22.50 $22.00 $24.60 $24.00 Plan Now, Come March 27th young man or young woman can get an education at Any Rorea it there Is the will to do so, It I a great advantago to start In the Fall and have a full year of conMany young people waato tlmo In tUo public schools going tinuous study. over and over the same things, when they mlslit bo improving much faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies with some ot the best young men and women from other counties and States, Make your plans to come March 27th. For Information or friendly advice writo to the Secretary, able-bodie- cart-full- ) , D. WALTER MORTON, berea, kv P.-ir-c Eight. THE CITIZEN. to Miss Mattlo Peters of Island City. Geo. Howies Is erecting a now dwelling for It. 8. Wilson. James Smith bought a mulo from W. 0. for 190. Jas. Campbell and Mr. Sparks of Sox-tohis father-in-laCreek, wcro at Sturgeon tho imst week buying cattle D. T, Strong nnd L. B. Browcr mndo a business trip to Booncvillo, Saturday. , Grant Fryo of Turin was visiting hero tho latter part of last week. who has Albert Hays of Richmond tho contract of dressing tho remainder of Congleton'a timber hero Is expected noon. 'Mrs. V. S. Brewer Is being bothered by rheumatism. J May a, 1912. estate. Drummer T. n. Itoblnson spent a few tlnys with his family hero Inst week. Sallle, wlfo of llng-Urcw- er East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else cotieipoBlwfe ruMlibH It not lot publication, bat H ! ns Il"4 I" In" y it n erMence ol tort Ulth. Write pUlnlr. mtltr. lit tiire 'Joseph lbiwllngs, died after a, Serine Illness of tuberculosis. 8ho ' In.i'n. n li.ial.nn.l HirOA Mlllilren flTtf! .., 1. . v u IVIIflB I. a host of friends to mourn her death. Tho Odd Fallows Lodgo of this placo took chargo of tho burial services , Wednesday, tho 24 th. Funeral services wcro conducted by Rev. II. Smith. SANIIOAI'. Jones Allan died tho 19th of a knlfo will hcro Sand dan. April and peaches this wound Inflicted by Santford Isaacs be plenty of apples who In a drunken fight near Hlatt Drew's summer. Mrs. J. It. Durham place. Dr. Joao3 of Goochland who 111 for somo tlmo la Imhns been several D. W. Dur- has been sick bo long died proving. Wr. and Mrs. of have days ago. Tho llltlo sick aon ham went to Ilorca, Friday, to slowly. Is Improving work done. ltov. 0. V. Chas. Baker como dental tho Regular church meeting at Clcmmono filled his regular appointChristian church nt Uuckeyo every Satment at tho U. . church here, fourth Saturday nnd Sunday. Bud urday and Sunday. Arthur McOulro visiting his grand- Clark nnd Chas. Forsytho left for of Delavan, 111., Is Hamilton. O.. lact Sunday whero they parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. It. relatives at this will probnbly work for a while. JACKSON COUNTY 29.-T- which wcro conducted In tho Mace- donla cometery. Tho bereaved faml- ly havo tho sympathy of a largo clrclo of friends who will miss their friend and neighbor very much. ANNOUNCEMENT ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Purm Ahmolutmly hmm no mubatltuim Many mixtures arc offered as substitutes for Royal. No other baking powder Is the same In composition or effectiveness, or wholesome and economical, nor will make such fine food. t , j Dur-Iha- m Mary Kerby and place-M- rs. dren of Dennett, Colo., who bavo been visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Williams and oUier relatives, will leave for their homo noxt week. Their mauy friends regret for them to go. Albert Powell and Mlsa Mary Clemmons, of Kerby Knob, attended church here, Sunday. Tho now Reform church house at thla placo Is expected to bo completAnn-vllled soon. Geo. C. Johnson, of paid this placo a flying visit, Saturday week. Como again Oeorgo rind stay longer next tlmo. Aunt Jano Durham and her granddaughter, Miss Martha Durham, recently visited with J. It. Durham and family. Miss Florence Durham was canvassing, on Clover Dottom last week. Sunday School at this placo Is proMr. Jas. 0. Durgressing nicely. Be-rham who hao been teaching at has returned home for a brief rest. Ho will probably return to Be-rby tho first of tho month. PARROT Parrot, April 27. The pcoplo at this placo are about dono Bowing oats and are beginning to plant com. Mart Combs who has typhoid Is no betterThcro were church services at tho School house, Saturday by Hcv. conducted nnd Sunday, Johnson and Kev. Cornett. Tho Holiness meeting at 0. 13. Gabbard's atlast Saturday night was well tended. G. W. Gabbard had a lo,j rolling, Tuesday, afld got a big days work done. Miss Mlunio Price spent e, ca ca and other chil- MADISON COUNTY KINGSTON Kingstou, April 29. Buck Stivers In verv Bick and Is not expected to live. John Webb, Eva Lewis, Charllo Powell, Eva Moore, Chester Parks, wcro Stida Powell and Kit Parks delightfully entertained at tho homo of Miss Llttlo Moore of Berea last Sunday. 'Mrs. Jano Hcndren of Berea spent part of last week with her brother, Lewis Sandlln. Miss Creech and Miss Howcum of Speedwell spent Sundny with Mrs. Wesley Webb. Miss Fannie Jackson who has been spending a few weeks In Dotrolt, Mich., returned Monday. Miss Nelllo Lawson of Moto and Miss Mary Hart of Richmond spent Fri day night with Suda Powell. Dr. F. J. Eaklns purchased a flno horso from A. J. Smith for J200. Miss Nannie Golden Is very sick. Mls3 Molllo her Powell spent last week with brother. L. C. Powell of Big Hill. II A UTS Saturday Gabbard. evening Miss with MIbs Lucy Nichols sister visited tho Wathcn of this place, Saturday and Sunday. Bom to tho wlfo of J. II. Hundley, a boy. His namo la J. H. Jr. Daniel Ford had a working last WednesMl.VKK CltKKK day. Lucy Cunagln has typhoid fovar, 2S. Ernc3t April Silver Luther Gabbard and Minnie Prlco caught Johnson has returned to his home went fishing, Thursday, and Mrs. Joo a nlco lot of fish. John Wilson had In Indiana. Mr. andtho arrival Lamba of aro ...juicing over plowing last week. a baby girl. Mr. and Mrs. Tobo Todd havo moved to their new homo. Miss ROCKCASTLE COUNTY IIISPUTANTA Nannio Johnson spent Monday evenDroyfus, April 29. Sunday, April ing with Miss Iva Anderson. M. A. 14th, tho llttlo son of Mr. and Mrs. Logsdon from Panola haB been visitKenneth Lunsford was burled In tho ing his father-in-laBill Bratcher, burying ground of tho Christian for a fow days. Miss "Maggie Anderchurch. Miss Flossio Baker has re- son has been visiting her sister, turned homo after a very pleasant Mrs. Lewis and Jesse Vaughn, for visit of two weeks with her broth- a few days. W. D. Lewis has moved er and Bister at Berea. Mrs. Alfred to Mr. Pullln'a placo on Big Hill Hurley continues very 111. Elder rlke. Mrs. Alice Cruso and two James Lunsford has almost complet- children from Jackson aro visiting ed a new Christian church building her mother, Mrs. Harris, for a few at Sand Gap. Wm. Jones has pur- days. Miss Myrtlo Kindred spent chased from P. B. RIddell of Lexing- Thursday night with her aunt, Mrs. ton a grist mill and will set it up Pat Gadd. .Mr. and Mrs. Lewis In a few days. P. B. Itiddlo was a Vaughn and llttlo daughter spent caller In our town tho latter part of Sunday with their mother and father, last week. Frank Jones has moved Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Anderson. from Red Lick and is living in Mrs. 9. Noel April Creek, Silver Lano's property. Mr. Lon Davis purchased of 'Martin Powell a work horso Mitchell of Cincinnati has been visit last week. Miss Ellen Hurley of ing his brother, 'Hay Mitchell, for Cincinnati Is homo on account of the past few days. Cale Johnson and tho illness of her mother. Mrs. Ad- family havo goao to Indiana to raako dle Ashcroft of Evelyn, Ky., waa their futuro homo. C. L. Johnson vis the guest of F. M. Ashcroft and fami- ited friends In Richmond", Monday and ly, Monday and Tuesday. Jett Ash- Tuesday. Mrs. J. M. Haley of Big croft has gono to Lock No. 13 to Hill spent Sunday with her Bister, work. F. 'M. Ashcroft and G. M. 'Mrs. C. F. Kelley. Born to Mr. and Hurd mado a business trip to Rich- Mrs. Robert Harris, tho 11th, 4' Bt-- " one tie daughter. Sho was named Ruth. mond, recently. T. H. Davis, W. D. Lewis has moved to tho of our progressive citizen, has Just returned from Florida and reports houso vacated by Bradley Lake. that tho country has Its drawbacks Mr. and 'Mrs. Charllo Lewis spent Luther Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. 13. tho Bamo as old Kentucky. Klmbcrlaln has returned homo from Lewis. Mies "Mnbel Johnson enterBig Hill where ho has been fencing tained quite a number of pcoplo nt Our hor homo, Friday night, In honor of for Mr. Bengo of that place. Sunday school Is moving steadily her cousin, John Gadd Mr. and Mrs. forward. James Deuney Is our effi- Andrew Ilargls visited, Suudaywlth cient Supt. A lively Interest is Mis. Nancy Harris. shown In all tho departments. Ida and girls Harts. April 29. Tho llttlo daugh ter of Bradley Lake has been very sick, and Is slowly Improving. Tho Harts Sunday school picnic last Sunday was greatly enjoyed by all Rev. Hudson who were present. preached In tho morning and In tho afternoon. Rev. Roberts and Prof. 'Marsh addressed tho audience. Prof. Rigby's solo was also enjoyed very much. J.S. VanWlnklo lost a nlco black maro for which ho had been offered $150. T. J. Lake has about SO llttlo chickens. Robert and Ruben Abney of DIsputanta attended our big meeting, Sunday. L. O. Lester has given a lot near J. F. Haw-kin- s' placo on which a Union church will soon bo built. To tho Democrats and Citizens of , Madison County, Kentucky: my cnndldncy Turin, April 2C Miss Nelllo Maln-ot- is I hereby nnnounco of Vincent was tho guest 'of for tho offlco of Judgo of tho 'MadiHattlo Neeco ono night last wcoki son County Court, nnd I will appreMiss Hattlo Nceco left, 'Monday, for ciate and bo under many obligations so Jackson, Breathitt County, whero to you for your support If nomlna- - , sho will visit for a few weeks. ted and elected, I pledgo myself to Married, at tho homo of the brldo tho enforcement of tho laws against on tho' 19th, Mr. Hubort Wilson to mi offenders alike; to show no pnr- is Mlss Beulah Hammons. They loft j tlnlity for or toward any ono; to do Immediately for Lexington and Louis- - Pvcrythlng I can for tho advancement any vlllo whero they will spend several KOO,i roads without favoring In Doojey had a phono put particular section of tho County; to In his houso ono day tills week. treat overyono having business In my and kindly; to ! Tho farmers aro taking advantngo !nffiM courteously nlco weather and aro get- wclcomo you In tno ornco ai an and black alike. Much has been said of tho ting their corn planted. Robert times, and to seo that tho tax payers about tho horrors of an unnamablo left yesterday for Rock-cast- get full valuo for every cent of mon- crlmo perpetrated by negro men. Tho Malnous County. Ho will roturn In a ey expended by the County. Hoping negro race, as a whole, condemns this, few weeks after his family and they to havo ft favorablo consideration at and all tho better classes aro help i their (your hands, I nra yours very truly, will go to Conwny to mako ing in ill" ueivcuuu uuu 11. u. nice. of tho criminals. But 1 havo had futuro home. Mrs. Martha Rowland at died tho 19th, and was burled more than ono honest and worthy neON gro man tell mo that wo would ncv.'r tho family burying ground tho 21st. FROST ANFWEATHERFORD tho Tho Rov. Willis, pastor of put a stop to this crime until whlto THE WHITE MAN'S BURDEN Baptist church, filled his regular apmen ceased their ravages of colored tContTnie.llfrom Fifth I'lte) pointment at Boonevlllo last Sungirls. Of course, it cannot bo denied nt tho negro race. Wo must change pub- that many colored girls court tho day, Rev. Combs, also preached tho Christian Church. Mr. and Mrs. lic opinion. Wo niUBt seo to It that favor of whlto men, but tho whlto Albert Fowler and llttlo son, Roy, lin u nn loncor thought of simply man Is tho stronger, and should lo spent ono night" this week "with Mrs. as a brute, but as ft human being. hold most responsible. Hut this Is Fowler's sister, Mrs. Sophia Nelly. Hero thcro needs to bo dlscrlmlna- I only ono sldo of tho question. Thero A In another and a blacker side. nAllAi... roivnt I V tnlil tlin of a case which was enough to mako NO EQUALITY BEFORE THE LAW 1. A negro drayman, 'toiio's blood bo If a man gets drunk nud reels about tho streets, if ho yell anil after giving h la daughter , ckjiii. i 11, swears or otherwise ndvertises himself as a bully and a blackguard ' iruiIUUK lu&8iuiu ill. uuim-a fool, it does not make any difference whether he lives in the town away to tho Pralrlo Vlow Normal, In vhnrn ahn nrmlimfpil hnvtlll? or in the country, whether'he is rich or poor, whether he is young or TlltlN . Royal the only Baking Powder made Royal Grape Cream of Tartar from daya.-Melv- lo ruai-vuiiui- . foro him tho records of high endeavor. No boy has ever grown great by believing that tits llfo was worthless and his ability below tho aver-ngNo race will over bocorao useful and Industrious by being Howovcr and discouraged. difficult tho task, wo must bring tho negro to bellovo In lilnutlf. Wo must mako him feel that ho Is capablo of Idling a trua man. Wo must help hlm to Ix'como sufficient unto himself. Any other course on our part Is tho mniltn'88 of ft alow suicide for wo rlso or fall with tho moral power of our o. brow-Ix-aten section. COMING EVENTS 'w I V ... m ,,,,,' ..!, Tho Southern Sociological Congress 11 bo hold In Nashvlllo, Tcnn., May 7th to 10th. Tho work of this confer- cnCo s s m ar to that of tho Natl- onal Conference held In Cleveland In June. Tho topics on tho program. however. aro such as relato more tho particularly, to conditions In itncKroui) Rockford, April 29. Rev. Geo. E. ChlldrcEs filled his regular appointment at Macedonia, Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Murrcl preached at Scaffold Cano Methodist church Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. If. E. Ilullen nnd family visited J. M. Hullen, Sunday. Born to Mr. and '.Mrs. Clint Northren, a girl. Mrs. Myrtle Waddh visited her aunt, Mrs. Nancy Rich, Thursday. J. M. Hullen had a log rolling, Tuesday, April 23rd. There w-about 40 present. ro OWSLEY COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENT I am a candldato for Assessor of Owsloy County. I am one of tho family of six boys each of whom has always supported tho Republican party and this Is tho first tlmo in llfo that cither of us ever asked tho pcoplo of our county for office, I havo always stood for morality and for nearly twenty years I havo been pleading for cleanliness and hon-ebin elections and I am In favor of strict enforcement of tho laws. ty CLIMAX Robert F. Wilson. STI'IKIHON. Abney Climax, April 27. Undo Dal linger died, Tuebday, and was laid to rest in tho Johnetta cemetery on Sturgeon, April 29 Slurried on tho 27th, Bud Thomas of Sturgeon South. wealthy whlto man The second Cost Congress of tho by her looks and followed her back' Printers of tho Southeastern States to her small Mississippi town In tho j May nttcmpt to pcrsuado her to return will bo held at Nashvlllo, Tenn., Hth, 15th and ICth. Tho Congress with him as his penwnal slavo. Tho was held last year at Atlanta and 1 fatnor of this girl went to my friend, proved very beneficial to printers Incollego president, and ask- tho whlto asmuch aa It was a call for the a- . . uu. .u ..... ,optlon of orinary business methods n.il.u ....ill D ..a.i.,i(i uuuub ujiuh f tho printing busincE. my uaugnier or nrr puniy. 11 kio roo I kill him, I will bo mobbed In an j' hour, and It I let him alone, I may loso tho hopo nnd prldo of a lifetime.''. No wondor tho colored man .rebels at such an unjust situation. Negro Testimony meeting held In Atlanta, to a I havo referred In tho of this book, tho hardest dnwn the Ihroat o( a "caty" clmrgo brought against tho white man cMckrn clcitroyi the worm! A ami ave !! ch!"V" llle ? by tho negro delegates present was l.w drop In the drinking wait t tho fact that many negro girls who tlon and tho crowd rarely ever dla- CLAY COUNTY CURES and rtHtnlnnf pa Ttornnfin ono nccro. or a would withstand tho appeals of negro IIUKNIM1 hl'IIIKlis PREVENTS GAPES men wcro helpless, and lost their dozen, or two score, or several while rilarthoea, roup, cholira Springs, April 27.-- vlrtuo to whlto men who employed awl other chick tlliratet, corn DUUU ti'UJ w w aro planting of tho farmers them or who might havo enough mindbrutal crimes, It Is neither fair money to turn their slmplo heads. these beautiful spring days. Dr. W. ed nor One 50c Uotdc of Just to accuse tho wholo race B. Hornsby and wlfo havo returned Negro Needs Encouragement as being without souls. Thero aro from a visit with friends at many brutal whlto men. Many of Let us encourage tho negro raco and Gray Hawk. Ellas Smith Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. them aro as low In sin and stiamo to advanco as rapidly as i0Kslble; b't has been doing Jury service at tho as a Ererr pi""nr thought can Imagine, and ' us give lilm all tho chance wo can. thli medicine 01 rnUer thnnM keep frvobottle ol human sample haml. Writ. I ir recent Bession 01 mo .aiancnesier , yet wo assert tho essential dignity ' back and Booklet on"Dlit'aei cl Fowlt," AJJreil, Ho does not need to bo held Circuit court. Some of our boys B3URB0H MVfOr COHPMT, llila1ta, I,. sacrcdness of tho Individual. If or discouraged; ho needs to be cheerwere summoned to court to answer and wo aro to bo fair to tho negro, wo ed on. Ho needs to have held be- - Sold by PETTUS & PARKS, Berea, Ky. playfor disorderly conduct whllo must rccognlzo that thero aro various ing ball on Sunday. Mrs. Stephen stratas within that race, and that Clarkston of Rader was a wclcomo many of them aro working hard to visitor hero last week. Her husband acquire Wo culturo and character. Is now drumming for a Drug company glvo tho raco a great Impetus prosperous shall of Knoxvllle, Tvnn. Our when wo help tho world to recognlzo merchant, J. L. Rawllngs, has returnthat they must havo a fair chance ed from a trip to Florida, whero ho that they must bo treated aa human has been looking after eomo real personalities. j Obligation to Know the Negro Another aim wo need to set for ourselves Is a moro thorough know- ledgo of tho negro's condition. Our attention was called, in tho first chapter, to tho Ignorance of our whlto pcoplo concerning, negro llfo. It should bo tho dellberato purposo of every collego man to know moro THE MERRIAM WEBSTER about this problem. This book claims Tho Only Xew unabridged dicto do nothing but point tho wny. tionary In many yoars. Each man must Investigate for hlm- - . Contains tho pith and essence self. Wo must go to their homes Just of an nuthoritativo library, to boo how thoy live, wo must vlBlt Refinishing Floors and Furniture will bring you more finvnrs ovorv Hold of know'l. cd;o. An Encyclopedia in a their schools to find how they think, pleasure and abiding happiness ; your home lhan anything to know single book. f wo must visit their churches you can do about the home for which you will pend any such wnall how they worship. Tho uniy uictionnry v:;a mo amount in time and money at will be the expenditure in this work. AVir Dlvlihil l'iific Negro Sunday Schools 2700 Panoa. 400,000 Words. In this connection, ono Is reminded "DO YOU REALIZE WHAT YOU CAN ACCOMPLISH?" GOOOJllustrations. Cost noarly of tho largo opportunity for half a million dollars. thru tho negro Sunday School. Lot us toll you about this most Thero is hardly a negro church romarkablo singlo volumo. that would not wclcomo tho services Write fortJiurlo picci, full parof a collego man to teach its Blblo ticular, eta. class for older pcoplo, or to teach a Nrao this group of younger men, or a class of paper and Is permanent in iti color, never fades, positively durable because it is made boys. we will of best materials. Old painted floors made to look like new in all beautiful end free Famous Examples shades, such as Mahogany, Antique Oak, etc. Makes old woodwoik and a let of For this kind of work wo havo Pocket old furniture as good as new. "IS THIS CLEAR TO YOUr tho very best of precedent In tho llaps FOR SALE BY Jackwork of such men as Stonewall son and Robert E. Leo. Racial Integrity Ono cannot refrain from saying a Berea, Kentucky word hero about that other crying evil which la tho plague of whlto J old, big or little, he should feel the penalty of the law for his acts. The Editor has lived iu the country and he has lived in the town. He has heard the complaint of tho man from the country that he would be "jerked up" by the town niarnbal for an offense which, on the part of the city dweller the man who stands in with the' mar. Aud shal and the city authorities would not even be questioned. he has not only heard the complniut; he has seen it verified. How busy, for instance, some town marshals get if a man from the country has a little too much whiskey nnd rides a little too rapid-lthru the town; waves his hands occasionally aud yells n few times! The city fathers become very much outraged. If tho man escajws, a wnrrant is issued and he is followed to his homo or nnbbed tho next time he comes to town. Hut there is no such feeling of outrage and chagrin at the equally questionable conduct of the nicely dress, ed citizen of the town. There is no warrant issued for him nnd no policeman drags him from his home. Ho is of the inner circle aud is immune from arrest. This should not be. The laws should be enforced without fear or favor. Whether they are in Uerea ice do uot presume to say, but there are those that are talking above n whisper, Hnd wo ave heard it. A little louder, please. y 1itii . ' ! , ..mi ... 'ed i 1. .i becamo attract- - .. ONE !At ' Many Mc-K- eo Bourbon Poultry Cure I INTERNATIONAL. DICTIONARY NEW ( LUSTRO T1N1SH' J Ber-vl- "Hanna's Lustro Finish" "Made To Walk On" J. D. CLARKSTON,