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People BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MAY 0, 1012 The Citizen WILL THE DAY EVER COME (Editorial in fxington Herald, March HI, 11)12.) Somo tlmo sinco we published an oxcerpt from n letter wa had recolved from a young friend at Harvard, Riving an Recount of the nnnual dinner of the Kentucky Club, at which no alcoholic drinks woro sorved. We" liavo received n letter from Mr. J. V. Faulkner, the editor and manager of the Bcrea, Citizen, commenting on that editorial, which no publish. Wo do not doubt that Mr. Faulkner expresses tho views of many men, and more women, who object to Mho smoko of tobacco an they do to tho fumes of whiskey. Wo wonder if the day will come during tho lives of any who are now old enough to use either tobacco or whiskey when neither will bo used nt a gathering of KentucklatiR. As one who uses both, contrary to tho advice of physicians, we are inclined to believe it will be several generations before Kentucky's two chief products are entirely tabooed. During the infrequent intervals, however, when we do not ourselves use tobacco or drink any alcoholic liquors, we wonder nt the patience und power of endbranco of those who never uso either, and yet nsfociBte, apparently with pleasure, with those who use both. The only protection ve baveever been able to find against tho odors of tobacco in to uso it ourselves. is there for those who feel as does What other method of Mr. Faulkner, who writes: e Knowledge ii power and the keep up with modem knowledge is to read a good newspaper. wy to Vol. XIII. Five centn a copy. One Dollar a year. No. 45 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 Weaves. and "DUTCHESS" Trousers Are Here Patterns and Colors to please all tastes, in sizes to fit all figures, at prices to suit every purse. The warranty on' DUTCHESS Trousers Lose a insures you against mishaps. button or have them rip and we pay you the indemnity: io cents a button, $i a rip. Our assortment includes R. R. COYLE BEREA KENTUCKY WORLDJEWS POLITICAL NEWS Great Irahman Dies Famine In China Neck and Neck How it Happened British Begin Inquiry Mexican Texas Other Primaries and Con Revolution. ventions. Justin McCarthy, a long tiino member of tho House of Commons, Of homo rulo for Ireland, statesman and novelist, but known In America chiefly for his contributions to magazines, notably Tho Independent, died last week In London at an advanced ago. Ho a known tho world over a3 "Tho Cultured Irishman." to justin McCarthy MARYLAND PRIMARY. Tho Presidential Preference Primary held In Maryland, Monday, ramo as near Uelng between Taft and Roose-vo- lt as ioselble, 64 of tho delegates for to the Stato Convention being tho President and 65 for Roosevelt. This convention selects and Instructs tho 16 delegates to tho Chicago convention. "With Nowhampshiro going nearly two to ono for Taft, MassaFAMINE IN CHINA chusetts giving him a majority of nearly Tho long continued fomlno In China nearly 4,000, and Maryland Is now rcportod to bo In its acutcst equnlly divided tho tiopular clamor In for tho Third Term candidate does tago. Two million pcoplo aro direst want, many thousands already "ot seem to bo tho sure thing It having died and thousands more aro waa HUPo&ed to be. Clark was tho Democratic winner doomed unless relief la forthcoming. Tho American Red Cross has for- In Maryland but Wilson offset his warded JIM.OOO slnco Jan. 1st, but victory by getting tho Texas deleganing ae follows: It Is pleading for $200,000 more Tho tion. "The most noteworthy thing about the affair, wbb tho HOW IT HAPPENED Red Cross has administered practical , entlro ahsenco from tho 'meet' not only of alcoholic charity, tho money being used In tho Just how it was that while Presi liquors, but Kentucky's other great staple. I hope you employment of men on public works, dent Taft carried Mass., In the prefer don't think that the new generation of Kentucklans is thereby providing for the worker's ence primary, last week, tho Roosedeteriorating on this account. A Kontucky dinner nnd were chosen. velt di'legates-at-largfamilies. nothing to drink, nothing to smoke! Itsounds liken con Is now coming to light. Tho fact that DRITISH BEGIN INQUIRY tradiction on the face of it, but It was a fact, ami, as I Tho Ilrltlsh Hoard of Trado has tho Tuft alternate delegates-at-larghavo said, we all enjoyed ourselves". Inquiry Into tho loss of were chosen, as well as tho Presibegun Its will have When thnt day comes the tho steamer Titanic. It Is thought dent's majority, proves conclusively rights. tho Investigation will bo moro thor- Unit tho iHiopio meant to Bond a Very truly yours, ough thnn that of our United States Taft delegation and not a Roosevelt JAS. P. FAULKNER. delegation. Tho troublo seems to Senate Hut llttlo hed will bo given to tho American Inquiry. Tho proced- havo arisen partly from tho fact ure will bo that of a court of law that a ninth delegate, who Insisted AND PLEASANT PROFITABLE LETTER FROM PRES. FROST that ho was for tho President, got and not a legislative investigation. his name on tho ballot and tho votes Dp. REVOLUTION CONTINUES MEETING OF PRESBYTERIAL Pearions' Funeral Sights and were cast for this man, along Tho Mexican Revolution continues that Thoughts In Four Cities. tho other eight, wero counted MISSIONARY SOCIETY apace. Reports aro conflicting as to with I Continued oil page Dear Readers of Tho Citizen: tho advantago gained by tho oppos- Tho Women's Presbyterlal MisHlr Conllnuedun I havo seen four cities this week. 1 SPECIAL FEATURES begau with Youngstown, which is an sionary Society of tho Transylvania lion city. Tho ore comes from Lako Prsebytery held Its annual sessions CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE Wo call attention to an Interesting Superior, and tho coal from PennsylIn Ucrea, as tho guest ot tho Union In Church, on May 1 and 2. There wero artlclo on pago 5 by a former contrib- vania, and tho work Is dono FIRST PAGE utor on fanning Objects, Mr. S. L. Youngstown. I saw kettles of melted present twelvo delegates and officers Editorial. Clark. Mr. Clark will bo remembered Iron weighing several tons lifted from tho towns Included In tho Tran- In Our Own Slate. as tho Supt. of tho llerea farm for by machinery nnd tho metal poured sjivania Presbytery. Nows of tho Week. Danvlllo was represented by 'Mrs. several yours, and for his advocacy out llko cream from a pitcher. And World and Political Nows. Ingot of mo-t- J. Q. A. McDowell, Miss Mary Helm through Tho Citizen ot crop rotation then I saw tho red-hletter from I"ren. Frost. weighing two tong and a half, and Mrs. Jno. Qulssenberry; Harrods-burand tho luuoculatlon of tho soil. Tho Prosbyterlal Missionary Society. by Mrs. Letcher Rlker, Mrs. present urtlclo emphasizes much thnt about tho Blzo and Bhapo of a cot-fiho has said before and gives tho redriven under rollers, and press- F. D. Curry and Mrs. G. A. Curry; SECOND PAGK sults of his recent experiences and ed out thinner nnd longer, until it Lancaster, by Mrs. C. C. IJrown; Mt. General Nowb. Vornon, by Mrs. J. A. Landrum, Mlsa study. Mr. Clark went from Uorea to was cut up Into bars. Sunday School Lesson. Allegheny ColieBo, West Vtrglula, but Tuesday I waa iu Chicago, moot- Roso McCord and 'Mrs. Watson; by Mrs. Nowbolt, and bo now has chargo of tho farms of ing for a brief hour a dozen College THIRD PAGE. tho Ohio Wesleyan University at Dela- prertdents, and representatives of ParliBville, by Mrs. H. M. Marsh and Kentucky Nows. ware. homo nnd foreign missionary socie- Miss Klmbcrlln. Miss Scott ot tho Sermon. Asldo from tho splendid news fea- ties, who canio to pay their tributes Homo department of tho Kentucky Markets. tures of this Issuo, wo cull special to tho memory of Dr. Pearsons. It ( Synod and Mrs. Porter of tho LouisTcmpcranco Notes. attention to pago 7 with Us articles was a crowded hour, and when eight ville, Presbytery' wore also present. on forests, tho managing ot tho lima had spoken wo had to cloao without Sovoral of tho ladles wero accompanl- FOURTH PAGE. bean crop, etc. Another article, even reading tho resolutions, letters, od by their husbands. Local Nowb. woithy of noto Is to bo found on telegrams, from fifty or more friends All ot tho sosslons whether of a pago 6. It Is entitled "Paper Dag at a distance. Tho old man's faco business or devotional nature were FIFTH PAGE. Cooking." Our roadors remomber looked natural and peaceful, and tho characterized by deep earnestness. Iutcnstvo Farming. Reco mo contributions on this subjject piercing eyes were closed. Wo laid Tho work was well organized. buveral months ago. his body In a flno decked gravo and ports wero given by tho various ofSIXTH PAGE. Ho was ficers and delegates On tho first pago will bo found covered It with flowers. from tho auxTaft Anaworn Col Roosevelt. tho last ot President Frost's letters tho man who had helicd us to ac- iliary societies, and plans for future Paper Rag Cook inc. and work made. A special effort Is to on his rocent trip. His views on wo- complish tho most unselfish bo heaven-sen- t ambitions of our lives. bo mado this coming year to man's suffrago will no doubt 8EVKNTH PAGE tho membership and widen I laid on his coffin three wreaths In read with Interest. Horticulture NotcB. Wo aro sorry not to present a uow Lebalf of tho college students ho bad the Influence of societies now In exLima Beans. story this week but It is helped, one for gratitude, ono for istence; to establish missionary soeerlal cieties whoro there are none; to keep EIGHTH PAGE really hard to get Just what wo want, admiration, and ono for love. Wednesday I was In Pittsburg, a before tho societies tbo Idea of the and It will bo two or three weeks News. Eastern Kentucky (Continued from Fifth Pgt Fhe) (Cou'.lnutd u before wo shall begin another. Poem Glvo us Men. bo-eo'o non-binok- altogether encouraging. During my throo years membership In the Club the subject of tho uso of liquors at our banquets and feasts canio up tbreo times, and each time there was a small minority In favor of "lowering our standard," as some of us called It. Most of tho men had found, on going Into New England, that their stato was best known for Its whlnky ami Um feudists. T remember on ono occasion, when a delegate to tho Jf. K. A. and wearing a Kentucky badge, I wan nccoHted by a gentleman in Koston with, "Hello From Kentucky What do you bring us got any bourbon or six shooters?" Though I stood for neither of these things, I held on to my badgo, We had lolly times in the club, and I am sure now that no member thinks that we would have been any better oir or had any bettor tlmo If we had substituted "good old bourbon" for Ginger ale. For, If the whisky was lack-h- it and our feaxtH wero less like Kentucky for that reason, Kentucky hospitality was not wanting. It was not an uncommon thing for one of the members to get a huge box from homo with cakes and Jellies nnd turkey and all good things that only tho home table can furnish, but there was never a selfish man in the lot. These boxes were brought to the Club and one man was Just as free to help himself as another. There was one thing In the Kentucky Club, however, that marred my pleasure, and yet I nover mentioned It to single member. It was the excessive use of tobacco by a the mwmberH. I never used tobacco In any form never had any inclination to do so, and, If I had, I am sun; I could not, owing to the fact that the fumes are Irritating to my throat. Hut the Kentucky follows nearly all smoked; sometimes a pipe, sometimes n cigar, very often cigarettes, and I frequently stayed with them until midnight and after, and laughed and talked and nto and Was it a want of courage that kept mo from protesting? I think not. I could not doprlve myself of the pleasure of being with my follow Kentucklans, and at tho saiiio time I dared not protest against a thing that seemed to give them so much pleasure, so I remained silent, though for two orthreo dnysnfter one of our "meets" inyclotlilng held tho offensive fumes with which lthad saturated. I am writing this wondering how long It will bu until another change has come until some Kentucky editor will receive a letter from the Kentucky Club at Harvard, runIs 1 1 suf-fert- Herca, Kentucky, March 26, 1012. Mr. Desha Breckinridge, Lexington, Ky. our editorial In The My Dear Mr. BreeklnrlclRe: Herald a fow days ago, "A Contradiction In Terms," stirs up old memories. From 11)05 to 1008 I was a member of the Kentucky Club at Harvard University, and I recall the surprise In University circlet caused by the statement that Intoxicating drinks went barred from the Kentucky club. I agree with you that this Is Indicative of tho great change that has come over us In recent years, and that it CHRISMAN'S MAN" "THE FURNITURE NEWS OFJtt WEEK IN OURJDWN STATE tt Blame Fixed Tributes to Major Butt Feud Echoes Prohibition Convention Called Two Towns Revert to Drink "Woman's Tribute to Man" State Track Meet Good Decrease Confederate Reunion Flood Situain Illiteracy Making Facet at each tion Worse No better than South. other. BLAME FIXED Tho Chairman ot tho Senate Com ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION mittee, Senator Smith, Investigating e, Formor Sheriff Callahan of tho Titanic disaster, says that tho Breathitt County, was shot eyldonco shows conclusively that Capt- - from ambush last Saturday morning, Smlth received ample warning of tho ono bullet passing through his left dangerous Ico conditions, and that lung and another shattering his right he was to blamo for the disaster In- knee. Tho first reports were that asmuch as ho did not heed tho warn- tho wounds were fatal, but tho woundings, check tho spee'd at which tho ed man was taken over the mounvessel was going or post careful look- tain to the llttlo hospital ot the outs. Wltherspoon College at Buckhorn where two Lexington physicians hapTRIBUTE TO MAJOR BUTT A memorial service was held In pened to bo, and ho Is now report"Washington Saturday In honor of ed to bo resting well, with prospects Major Butt, the President's Aid, who of recovery. Bloodhounds from Lex lost his life on the Titanic The Presi ington, after following tho trail for a Sen- - soveral miles, failed to locate tho dent,, the Secretary-of-Wa- r, ator of his native state, the Masonic assassins. Mr. Callahan was In his store and fraternity and a newspaper man, offered their tributes to his character was shot through a window from tho and worth. President Taft spoke ten- mountain sldo three or four hundred derly and feelingly of his former com- yards away. This Is tho second tlmo panion, his speech being Interrupted he has been shot from ambush, supposedly by tho opposing faction of by sobs and tears. tho famous Breathitt feud in which WOMAN'S TRIBUTE TO MAN An organization Is being perfected he Is reported to havo figured some at Washington for tho purpose of years ago. PROHIBITION1 CONVENTION securing funds to erect a memorial A call has been Issued by the exec-utlarch to commemorate tho heroism committee of tho prohibition of tho men on tho Titanic who gallantly sacrificed their lives for iho pr.rty In the stato for a stato conwomen. It Is to bo erected by funds vention to bo held in Louisville, May given by tho womon of tho nation 2Sth, to nomlnato dolegates to tho and to bo known as "Woman's Tri- national prohibition convention which Continued on Page Five bute to Man." Crock-ettsvillvo CONFEDERATE REUNION YOUR DATE 1911 The Confederato veterans aro holding their annual reunion at Macon, Georgia, this week. Ono 72 year old voteran walked from Dallas, Tex., to bo present. Ho was C5 days In making tho trip. A feature of tho gathering Is tho furnishing ot ono thousand largo army tents by tho United States Government for tho accommodation of tho old soldiers. FLOOD SITUATION WORSE Is again Tho lower Mississippi rising, and tho valley south of Vlcks-hur- g Is in great danger of being flooded, tho water bolng from a half to two and a half foot above any previous record. Tho vast volumo of water Is flowing at tho rate of nearly a mtlo a minute, or a mllo Continued on Page I'lrt LABEL A few of our subscribers will find following their address, either on tho wrapper of their paper or tho top ot tho left hand margin, first page. And "1911" means that tho subscriber Is at least four months in arrears, tlmo and It might mean a longer l'r I than that. It means something more that wo aro In need of the money. And any date previous to May 1, 1912, calls for attention also. In tho first placo IT IS AN INVITATION TO RENEW. Our friends can greatly obllgo us by saving us tho troublo of writing to request remlttanco and renowal. al g, n, WHY YOU SHOULD USE o, 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. HENRY LENGFELLNER Office Jackson St., rear of Main. Phone 7 or 181. ri Page Two. THE CITIZEN; GIVES May 9, 1912. KILL The Citizen A VOTES WON HEIR TO THE AST0R MILLIONS REBEL LEADER MffiMTI0NAL family newspaper for all that It right true and Interesting. ROOSEVELT DECLINES TO ACCEPT EIGHT MASSACHUSETTS DELE. OATES-AT-LARG- MEXICANS ROUTED FROM RANCH DY FIVE WOMEN. Published every ThurmUy at Bfiro, Ky, Taft Informs No BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Incorporated) J. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager, 8enate That There Evidence of Alleged Jap Acof Magdalena Land. la MSCflOOL Lesson quisition PRESIDENT WINS BY Subscription Rates On FH 3,955 rATAHLE IN ADVANCE. , year Month II CO Thro Monthi Swid money by IV"t-ofnc- o a TO Taft and Colonel Make an Even Dreak In Dlitrlct Elections 19,719 Is Champ Clark's Majority Over Governor Wilson. Mny Boston, to 4. "Presented" President Taft by the colonel, those dclegntcs-nt-largeight Itejmbllcnn who were elected at the primaries for Iloosovelt, have most emphatically refused to voto for tho president After two conferences the delegates announced that they had decided not to take any Joint action on tho attitude of Colonel Itoosevelt In releasing them from the obligation to voto for milMCrtrtton to wh.xt lat It I not dvuiirtM within thro t aiier renewal notiry u. Mjpplled itHMnfr numbers will be gladly If ww ara notified. Fin premiums ejienp, with neir ub- fenpuftns and prompt renewni. Kena tor I'remium liM. Liberal terms irtven to uny rmo who new mtoerlDtlnns for tn. Anv nm endltur u four yearly sirtscr1ntlon run reorive. The ClUuni frvn for hlmsertf for one year. Advertising- - rate on application. or TTinrrn Mony Order, Dmft, Itofflsteml Ietter, or on" ana two cinl nuimps. Th data alter your tum on labl I your paid. wM-K- how IX blm. But In individual Interviews each declared ihnt tho voters' instruc tions were paramount and binding. While President Taft's managers and leading supporters made no official statement, they made clear that tbey would demand the seating of They their eight delegates-at-largepresented figures and assertions to KENTUCKY PlUiSS ASSOCIATION. prove that tho "confusion" of the priA Philadelphia citizen pays he lives mary ballot cost tho president 18,000 on $1 it week, but he does not mt votes. These figures are doubtless exwho feeds and clothes him In the aggerated. However, tho appearance MKMI1KR OP . ' LH LbbbbbbbbbbbbbLH iiiikiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiViB meantime. Tho druggist who boasts that he has accumulated 17B.O00 prescriptions hns no statistics to show how many of them cured. in Nyack. which Is In New York, tho not Tasmania or beet elective offices are seeking men to fill them. of k A London specialist proposes lo cure baldness by grafting hair on the delegates. dome. This will create a demand for The Taft supporters declare, they Ivory experts. will Insist on tho seating of their own "chosen eight" Instead of tho double A health expert avers that standing quartette of rough riders offered by on the head will clear the brain, but Colonel Itoosevelt And as tho first too much of It Is likely to develop a step to prove their assertions of an ua race of flatheads. fair election tho Taft league deter mined to demand a recount of the Tho average baseball fan cares not state vote. Each side also demanded a wblt about the malefactions of tht a recount of one district. baseball trust as long as tho home Boston, 4. May Massachusetts team wins a pennant emerged from Its first presidential preferential primary election to find A Baltimore man has Just under that tbo Republican voters had ex gone his twenty-fourtsurgiral npr pressed n preference for the ntlon. In one way he is qualified to nation of President Taft, but had glv . be the village en Colonel Roosevelt tbo eight dele to tbo national convon An astronomer In that dear Paris tlon. To these eight votes Colonel Informs us that the earth Is 100.0UO, Roosevelt renounced all claim. The 000 years old. What are a few cl Democratic voters of the state ex pbers more or less? pressed a preference for Speaker Champ Clark, although the delegates' Modern court procedure Is said to be to Baltimore will go pledged a Joke, but the Joke Is on the poor to Governor Foss. wretch who has not enough money to Returns from 1,07 out of 1.0SO elec hire a flock of lawyers. tion precincts give: Republican (presidential prefer With both poles discovered and Taft, 74,808; Roosevelt, public Interest on the wane. It looks ence): LaFolIette, 1,756. as If our professional discoverers way Delegates-at-large- : Baxter (heading be forced to go to work. Roosevelt group). 74,121; Crane (head The Arctic explorer says dog meat ing Taft group), 65,876. Democratic (presidential prefer Is delicious. In spite of which expert opinion It seems cannibalistic to be ence): Clark, 19,903; Wilson. 9,206; delegates-at-large- , Coughlln (pledged rating man's best friends. to Foss). 17.050; Williams (for prefer A preacher man tells ns that the ence primary), 8,256. On the Democratic ticket, although saddest hour of the day comes after unset, hut our saddest hour comes ten of, the fifteen candidates for dele to Baltimore were either when the alarm clock rings. pledged to or indicated to be "for' Governor Foss, there was no Foss It took a woman to run down New name In the presidential preference York's taxicab bandits. Next thing column. Speaker Clark, whose name we know we shall hear of the Adven appeared in the preference ballot and tures of Mrs. Sherlock Holmes. who defeated Governor Wilson by a vote of 2 to 1, did not bavo a single A fln'ancler Informs us that the man pledged delegate on tbo list Many who earns $19.25 a week is worth of the Democratic district delegates $25,000. The only trouble is that some were also elected pledged to Fobs. financier has charge of tho $25,000. Republican delegates-at-largThe elected are Charles S. Baxter, George A Chicago man Is being tried for W. Coleman, Frederick Fosdlck, A. R having married seven women, but Hart. O. A. La Riviere. Arthur U Na there are those who believe that be son, Alvln G. Weeks, James P. Ma gen should bo examined by a flock of s; all for Roosevelt but renounced to alienists. Taft. By districts: First. C. C. Chesney, E. B. Blake, A Maryland cltlrcn committed suiTaft: Second. E. P. Clark, William H, cide rather thau submit to an opera- Rciker, Taft; Third. Matthew J. Whit tion for appendicitis. Evidently he tall, Lawrence P. Kilty, Taft; Fourth, preferred an undertaker's bill to a John M. Keyes, F. P. Glazier, Roose doctor's bll. velt; Fifth, L. S. Chapman. S. M. Deck er, Roosevelt: Sixth, J. P. Ingraham, A dispatch from England tells us Jr., Isaac Patch, Taft; Seventh, that schoolboys of Eton are now al- Charles N. Cox, Lynn M. Ranger, wear soft shirts. Verily, the Roosevelt; Eighth, John Read, George lowed to British monarchy Is falling to pieces. S. Lovcjoy, Taft: Ninth, A. Towks-burL. L. Jenkins, Roosevelt; Tenth, A New York woman sent her conH. Clifford Gallagher, Guy A, Ham, gratulations to her divorced husband Taft; Eleventh, Ornfton D. Cushlng. when bo married again. She should W. Prentiss Parker. Taft; have sent her regrets to the now wife. J. Sterns Cushlng, George L. Twelfth. Barnes, Taft; Thirteenth, John Wcstall, A. P. Our damsels wear rings on their fin- Smith. Taft; Fourteenth, E. B. Keith, gers and feathers on their shoes, but W. A. Swift, Roosevelt. there Is no danger that they willwear bells on their toes not In this cliGerman Dirigible Wreck, mate. May 4. Germany's Berlin. "last Chicago's pollco forco lately devel- word" In dirigibles, the Siemensballoon, which was Intended oped tho fact that it had a member Schuckert flagship of the modern aerial who Indulged the eccentricity of al- as the ways paying for his drinks and cigars. lleot being formed by the government, was wrecked near Blesdorf Thursday. He was permitted to resign, as such unprofessional conduct is not likely New York Death Rate Drops. to spread. New York, May 3. A report issued by tho New York health department A lecturer in Philadelphia has been death rate in the metadvising mothers to teach their girls shows that the half Is Just what It was in how to flirt This is the sort of tho-- ropolis 1866, when tho tlrut municipal board yoriBt who wants to paint tho Illy, of health was organized. show a uuck how to swim and perform other work Illustrative of the Commission Suspends Rate. of energy. h cut-upgates-at-large ; gates-at-large e y, - for Taft." It Is admitted, aided In confusing some of the voters. Many men voted for nlno Instead of eight delegates, as tho primary law directed. There was much telegraphing here nnd Oyster Bay after the colonel publicly "presented" tho eight delegates to President Taft He knew by that time that both he and Taft had won 14 district delegates. With the eight delegates-at-largRoosevelt would have had 22 of the total or 36 an Independent candidate "pledged m m JbbbH LLLLHP' bbV The photograph shows Vincent Astor walking with Miss Kalberlne Force, sister of his stepmother, the former Miss Madeline Force, on Madison avenue. New York. Miss Forco bad been to the Astor mansion at S40 Fifth avenue, to Inquire Into the bealth of her sister, one of the Titanic survivors. This Is the first photograph taken of Vincent Astor, since the tragic death of his father. Col. John Jacob Astor. TRUST SUIT FILED CASE COM- THOMAS DAWSON DIES WELL KNOWN DIPLOMAT CUMBS AT CAPITAL. SUC- STARTS GOVERNMENT AGAINST HARVESTER PANY IN ST. PAUL. Resident Officer of State Department Famous for Skill In Handling In South America. Prob-Probled Washington. May 3. Thomas Clove-lanDawson, resident diplomatic ofMany Charges Are Set Forth Among ficer of the state department, died Which Aro Restraint of Trada and here; Wednesday after nn Illness of Monopoly of Business In Which several weeks from a complication of diseases. He was forty-siyears of Company Is Engaged. age and a native of Hudson, Wis. Mr. Dawson was famous for bis skill St. Paul. Minn.. May 2. The governIn handling difficult ment on Tuesday Instituted a suit problems. against the International Harvester Ho began bis diplomatic career In company under the provisions of the 1897, t law, by filing a pe- tary when be was appointed secreSherman of the legation In tition in equity in the federal district serving with marked Brazil. After distinction as court here. minister to several of the The government asks: countries he ramo That tho $140,000,000 corporation be as resident diplomatic to Washington officer in 1507. dissolved on the ground that it is a Since then ho had been sent to Cenmonopoly in restraint of trade. tral America on various Important That injunctions be Issued to bar missions. from Interstate commerce the products of tbo International Harvester company or of the International Harvester CLARK VICTOR IN COLORADO Company of America, its selling agency. Democratic InState Convention That receivers be appointed to take structs Delegate Gov. Wilson Is up charge of tho property and wind Badly Beaten In Meet the business of tho defendant. If the court finds such action compatible 1 Colorado Knrtnirx. fntn ll with public interest The Colorado state Democratic con Mr. Dickey received word that At vention adopted a resolution Monday torney General Wickersham would instructing Colorado's delegation to probably file a certificate of expedition the national Democratic convention to In order that as little time as possible support Speaker Champ Clark until will be lost in bringing the suit to such time as bo no longer should be a trial. The case by this means will be candldato or until released by him. removed from the district court of An effort to have Gov. Woodrow Minnesota to the United States cir Wilson of New Jersey named as seccuit court of appeals for the Eighth ond cholco was defeated on roll call. district, thus hastening the issue to 676 to 372. the Supreme court of the United States. The charges by the government TEXAS SUNK BY TURK SHELL against tho Harvester company are: That the company is monopolizing tho manufacture and sale of harvest Report From Smyrna 8y Steamer Was Fired On Deliberately From ing machinery, has advanced prices Ottoman Forts. to the grave injury of tho farmer and the general public." Smyrna, May 3. It Is now alleged That tho company controls at least that the steamer Texas, which sank SO per cent of the trade In tho United States in harvesters or grain blndcra, with considerable loss or llfo In the 75 per cent, of tho mowers, and mora Dardanelles Tuesday, was shruck by a than CO per cent of the binder twins. shell Instead of hitting a submerged That tb defendants have resorted mine, as at first roportcd. This shell, to unfair trade methods by attempt- it is said, was fired from ono of the ing to lnduco agents to handlo only Turkish forts after tbo Texas had Ignored two blank shots which had been their products. That they have bought up patents fired as a warning. The Texas had deviated from the proper channel. to perpetuate the monopoly. x Latin-Americaanti-trusLatin-America- n HITS AT INTERSTATE TRADE Detroit, Mich.. May 4. The body of Leslie Butterileld, the Belfast (N. Y.) student who escaped from University hospital while delirious from typhoid pneumonia, was found In the Huron river Thursday In two feet of water. Police Chief Is Ousted. Student' Body Is Found. , Clears District Attorney. Madison, Wis.. May 3. John K. Hooper, district attorney or county, against whom removal charges wero nrougnt, wbb exonerated on every charge. Malfeasance in olllco und official misconduct wero charged. Duryea's Sweeper II. Wins Big Race. Newmarket, May 3. The 2,000 gut neas stakes of 100 sovereigns each was won Wednesday by II, fl. Duryea's Sweeper II., with Danny Mahor, tho American Jockey, riding. The Letting was 6 to 1 agulnst the winner. And now they say that Hobert Louis Stevenson's genius was tho result of bacteria in his blood. A good many of the present day authors nbould hasten to get inoculated. Washington. May 3. Tho lnterHtn commerce commission has suspended advances over tho .Norfolk & Western from Cincinnati, North and South Car. ollna points on class and commnriit. rates until November 24. Decatur. 111., May 4. Police Chief Herman Koeppe was removed from office Thursday after an up: leal against vice conditions, and K. G, Allen, for a short time chief under the former administration, was named successor. lllsbcc, Arts., May 3. Five Amerl ny E. O. PRt.t.EItH. Hire tor nf Kven-t- n Depa Imrnt, Tho Moody llll'lo In can men and five women on tho Com! Mltuto of Chicago.) chl ranch, tho largest In the territory of Teplc, Mexico, armed with sawed Te1ss1)n7o off shotguns, repulsed rebel In two attacks, April 14 nnd 15, killing the rebel leader In the second engagement THE LAV OF LOVE. Washington, May 3. President Tait Informed tho rennte Wednesday that ,; Horn. Ill I.UPPON TEXT I.uke tho department of stato has no cvld no. denco to show any acquisition of land UOI.DBN TI3CT 'Tlioti shnlt love thy or any Intention or doslro to acquire nelshbor a thy elf." Horn. :!. land, whether directly or Indirectly, In Mexico by or on the part of tho im Jesua set forth whllo seated upon, pcrlal Japanese government tho mountain delhcrlnfr what Is usualon tho The president's message, wns In re- ly termed ns the Sermon sponse to a senate resolution calling Mount, thoso principles tho working for Information regarding nn alleged out of which liavo changed tho hispurchase of land at Magdalena bay tory of mankind. I.nst week nnd tlio by the Japanese government or by a wefk beforo there, wero presented Japanese company principles that In their application With his brief message the pros! are tho very opposlto to tho natural dent transmitted a full report from desires of tho human heart In this Secretary of State Knox. lesson wo have the summary, tho con"Thero Is nothing on filo In the de- clusion of tho whole mutter, and next partment of slnte," said the secretary. we shall study some of tho applica"that has Justified any Inference that tions of Iheso new principles. the Mexican government, or tho Imper "I say unto nil you who hear." Not lal Japanese government lias been oc nil who listened that tKiy. oven nmong cuplcd with any disposition of land tho disciples, really heard what Jesus near Mngdalent bay by which tbo lat was saying. As for Illustration theso tcr government would acquire land truths did not grip the heart and llf there for nny purpose" of Judas. So It Is today, having ears Secretary Knox In his statement to hear they hpar not. Jesus comsays that the Amerlcnn syndicate mands those having cars to hear but which wns negotiating with the Jap millions them to tako heed what wo anese for tho disposal of tho Magda hear nnd ndds that to ua who do hear, lena bay tract tried to ascertain the hhall yet moro bo given. (Mk 4:24). attitude of tho United States govern Things It Teaches and Why. ment. "T.OVO your enemies' Is not nlono a Secretary Knox declared: i no department cannot assume teaching of the Christian faith. It thero Is any project on foot calling for may bo found under the old Jewish nctlon on the part of tho United dispensation nnd 'Ven nmong heathen philosophers but In each of these InStates." Senator Raytier said that If Japan stances It does not convey tho Imestablished a base of supply or coal pression nor carry with It the comlng station In Mexico, ho would re mand It does when Jenus utters theso gard tho act as a declaration of war words. The life of Jesus Ih a wonderful exemplification of the truth he la TEN DEAD IN TEXAS STORM seeking to teach. In his case tha words aro a command nnd tho execuScore Are Injured, Much Property tion of that command he promises, later, to make possible to nil of his Damage Done in Cyclone and followers by tho old of the Holy Cloudburst. Spirit. Wo are to pay for curses with San Antonio, Tex., May 3. Ten per blessings, and for Insults by prayers, rons are known to have been killed, a nnd the man who so conducts his Ufa score Injured and farm buildings over shall be happy. "Oh," but eomeona u wide area destroyed by a cyclone exclaims, "have I not certain Inallen. and a cloudburst which swept over nblo rights? Does not the other felthe Rio Grande river country near low's liberty end where my noso beNorth Laredo Wednesday. Telegraph gins?" Certainly wo have rights but and telephone wires were leveled be the right to suffer for Christ's sako in far greater than our right to defend tween Laredo and Green. God will attend to our Among the known killed Is Grover ourselves. Nye, a wealthy planter of North La- rights provided we obey Ids word. redo. Three women and children. True thoso who nsk may be unworthy, names unknown, wero killed In the but God Is kind to tho unworthy as house adjoining Nye's property. The well as to thoso who aro worthy. It extensive ranch property of J. J. Da- is notlrrahlo that Jesus does not tell vis, tho. millionaire onion king of us to give to every ono who asks Texas, was completely swept away, that particular thing that Is asked for; and several of his employes were God does not thus answer our petiOfttlmes requests come the tions. killed or Injured. literal granting of which we know LEAVES ALL TO MRS. GRANT would bo detrimental to the best in terests of tho petitioner or perhaps work hardship upon thoso dependent Will of Late Commander of th East upon us. For illustration, the grant, la Filed for Probata In New ing of whisky to a drinking man; giv York. ing money to n street beggar when Is needed by tho children or New Tork. May 1. Mrs. Ida bread Qod has intrusted to our widow of Gen. Fredcr others whom Honoro Grant care. Many foolish nnd fanrlful inIck Dent Grant will receive all the general s property, both Dersonal and terpretations and applications have real, according to the terms of the been mado of theso words. Application Is Definite. general's will, which waa filed for pro bate. The petition accompanying the The simple application of the Gold will states that tbo property left br en Rulo la however a very definite, General Grant Is worth "In excess ot positive and comprehensive matter, $10,000." vastly different from tho negative proposition of Confucius. OFFICERS HELD AS SLAYERS "As yo would, so do ye." Do you want friends? Bo friendly. Do you Brlggs and Hyers Mut Answer for want others to Bell goods to you? You must buy of them. Do you wish Killing of Blunt In Nebraska to hnvo others talk about you at your Bandit Hunt. backs7 Then you begin nt onco to talk Papllllon, Neb., Mny 3. Chief of Po- nbout others at their backs. Lovo exlice John E. lirlggs of South Omaha pressed merely for thoso who love us and Sheriff A, A. Hyers of Ijincastor will soon dry up, tho circle constantly county wero held to tho grand Jury growing smaller. That Is simply reWednesday on chaiges of killing Roy fined selfishnesn. See verses 32 to Blunt In tho battle with bandits near 34. It Is In theso opposlto traits wo Sarpy county, March 18. John are to set tho distinguishing marks of Gretna, C. Trouton was exonerated. a Christian. Wo should retail tho contrasts Je INDICTED ON BRIBE CHARGE sus gavo In this whole passage Tho rich and tho poor, tho woes and tho Joys, tho well spoken of nnd thoso of i Member of Maryland Legislature his kingdom who shall bo hated. Tol of Attempting to Buy lovo those who love us not, to do good Votes on Option Issue. to thoso who dcspltefully uso us, to I Annnpolls, Md., May 2. Thomas L. lend not expecting any return. Who is sufflrlent for theso things? Park, member of the legislaturo lrom Baltimore, was Indicted on tbo charge Thoso who are In deed niW In truth of attempted bribery In connection citizens of this new kingdom. Tnul with tho state-wid- e local option tight sets not only a strong emphasis upon at the last session or tho general as- the teaching of Jesus, but ho expresssembly. Ho was released on $loouu ly refers to tho Mosaic commandments, enumerating four of them, nnd ball. adds that, If thono do not Include tho Mgr. Mooney Badly Hurt. others -'- If there bo any other com New York. May 8. Mgr. Joseph mandment" it can be kept when a Mooney. vicar general or the Catholic man obeys this obligation to lore bla dloceso or New York, was Injured sort, neighbor. Indeod, how can wo say ously In an automobile accident wo lovo God, whom wo bavo not seen on Wednesday, and his condition is If wo love not our brothers, whom w bavo seen? declared gravo. raul's picture of heathenism in tha 200 Are Killed by Tidal Wave. first chnpter of Romans Is a striking Victoria. II. C. Mar 4 Nwa f Illustration of the lack of this redeemthe destruction or tho Fijian town of ing trait of love. Well may wo pauso Funa Point bv an Hdnl and ask this question, "What have I was brought hero last Thursday by the done today that only a Christian steamer .Marania irora Australia. Two would do?" Thero Is absolutely no hundred wero killed. fixed standard of morals, they are dependent upon many modifications ot Well Known Cartoonlit Is Dead. Umo, surroundings, culture, etc., but New York, May 4. Homer Daven- the Christian has hero an absolutely port, ono of the most famous of Amer fixed standard whereby to govern hu ican cartoonists, died at tbo ago of llfo nnd actions. Ho is to lovo thosn forty flvo In this city on last Thursday. who lovo him not; to bo kind and lie naa ueea hi oniy five days and bis merciful; not In word only but deedg of klcdnesa. end camo suddenly. 6.77-3-1 hr n. May 9, 1912. THE CITIZEN. GAS TO PROMOTE STATE'S WELFARE. Louisville. Inaugurating a campaign for a moro progressive state, tho Kentucky Manufacturers' association has been organized for tho purpose of choosing remedies for alleged Industrial provincialism In Kentucky. The organization was perfected at a banquet at which tho manufacturers gathered. John V. Illblo of Hopkins-vlllwas chosen president. It Is prob- Page STUDENTS SHOVEL MOD Three.-- 1 NATURAL , ' FROM OLD KENTUCKY Darns, fences and towere damaged consider ably recontly by tho heavy wind and ML FOR LEXINGTON Sterling. The Man Who Disappeared bacco beds rainstorm. Glasgow. While covcrlnc a barn, Valentine Bryant, of A'nlr county. By Rev, J. H. Ralilon, slipped and fell to the ground. Ho Smntur ef Cmcnhn Dtpailmsl W able that the association, In order to was badly bruised but will recover. carry on more effective work, will RELEASED UNDER 0L0 DECISION employ a secretary at a salary of not Mt. Sterling. Mrs. Cora Wilson less than $3,000 a year. This was the sense of the meeting, and also at a Stewart, president of tho Kentucky TKXT Enoch The Finding of the Court of Apptals meeting of the board of Educational Association, will lecture lie was not; for walked with Ood: and God took him. aeani directors, held following the regular at the Baptist church on the subject, 1:21 Many Year Ago Liberates Man session. To provide for this arrange- "Educating Kentucklans, Young and .Held on Charga of In tho patriarchal days a very promment, the annual dues of thn organi- OldBigamy. inent man, a preacher who gave the were fixed at $25. Members zation Unable to obtain Us us Hickman. startling; mosnago declared they expected tho organizaual supply of print paper becanse o that the Lord Lexington. Thero will be plenty of tion would have In tho neighborhood I,ake County flood would coma with natural Ran for Lexington next win of 300 members. Desldcs Mr. Iilble, Nowm conditions the Tenn., came of Tlptonvllle, out ten thousand of trr, nnd no danger' whatever of officers elected wero as follows: First printed on various r'zci and stylos u his saints to another shortage simitar to that dur vice president. I'hlllp 8. Turloy of of wrapping paper. to Judgment ing the cold wuather last season Is Louisville; second vlco president, J upon all, W. Allen of Owensboro: third vice tho emphatic fiauuranco of Capt. John president, James E. Kankln of Hen Maysvllle. Miss Aubyn Chlnn, ot What Tonkin, general manager of the Ccn dcrson, nnd treasurer, K. I. Toof of Lexington, chief ot the Home Eco commotion nomics Department of State Univer -- year tral Kentucky Natural Gas company, Paducah. (three Directors we caused who arrived here recently for tho terms): F. A. Ames, Owensboro; F, sity, addrossed the meeting ot the aro told. not purpoxo of hurrying along the surveys D. Delker, Henderson; Ilobort A Women's Club here recently, giving a general Introduction ot heme eco There was no which are belnc made for the now Cochran, Maysvlllc, and 8. Thurston record ot tho fact, terms) nomics. pipe linos to the Wont Virginia gas Ilallard, Loulsvlllo; (two-yea- r as far as we fields, dipt. Tonkin said that tho William T. Hardy. Paducah; G. T. Henderson. Work on the Henderknow, for nearly Sherman, Carcompleted to Lex Herr, Owensboro; II. nvi' line would ba two thousand rollton, and William II. Hardy, Louis son dam No. 48 will be delayed, ac Ington before cold weather noxt full vllle: (one-yea-r terms). Chorion D. cording to Elchel & Co., who have the years, and then It was merely said, and that there would be an ample sup Gates, loulsvllle; James Smalt, Cen contract, because of the Inability of "Ood took hlra." Then another period ply for light and fuel In all emergen tral City; I). G. Dickinson, Glasgow, thn saw mills to deliver the lumber of about two thousand years passed, cli'ii. The new pipe lino Is to bo laid and Allen Zarlng, Richmond. At tho as agreed upon. This Inability Is due when the mystery wns further cleared from tho gas field In Menlfeo county, meeting of tho directors It was de to flood conditions and the wet spring. up, the record showing that tho man which Is tliu presciit Hource of supply, cided that meetings nt which all man had been translated that he should to Martin county, Kentucky, on the ufacturers would be asked to bo pros Carlisle. Mrs. Kthel Hamilton has not sco doatb. He was tbo only man Went Virginia bordur, a distance of ent woutd bo held within the near fu filed Bult In tho Nicholas circuit of tho patriarchal era, as Moses was sixty-fivmiles. Tim mains to Martin ture nt Louisville. I'aducah, Owens court ngnlnst Clarence S. Hamilton of tho Jowlsh era, and Christ was of county are to be ten Inches In diame- boro, Covington, New a farmer, asking for a dlvorco and tho Christian era, to be taken to heavHenderson, ter, anil will connect with tho mains port nnd Maysvllle, for the purpose of alleging cruel and Inhuman behavior, en by translation. now extending from this city to Men forming local organizations. Sho asks that sho bo restored to her ProHl tin walkrth with God ir- county, and the gas supply will dent Iliblo nnd other officers and maiden name ot Ethel Coons. ltlKti In salvation and tbe climes of bliss. thus be piped directly from tho gas members of tho directorate will de bxempt rrom death. wells to this city. Capt. Tonkin said liver addresses at theso meetings. Nlcholasvlllo. Isaac Chrlstiuan, a possibly the same queries were the surveys for the new pipe line. William li Morrow, secretary of tho farmer living near Wllmore, commit which has boon under way for some Commercial club, Is acting an tempor ted suicide at his home by shooting &4de raea that would be mode now. to tho time, wero not progressing rnpldly ary secretary of tho association. himself through the head. The deed &s person, mysterious disappearance of and among others this qucs enough to suit him, ;.nd that ho had Is supposed to have been prompted come from his homo In Oil City, I 'a. by 111 health. He was a bachelor and tlon would be asked, "In whose com pany was ho last seen?" Our text INTERESTING VILL CASE. for tho purpono of hurrying up this lived with his brother. tells us, and the answer presents to us work. He sent out from Mt. Sterling In 1 fact that Is of practical Interest and Ixjulsvllle. Developments the engineer to take n experienced Itussclvlllc. The stock barn ot J. i7hlch wo will consider. of He was last charge of tins rurvey nnd press It to settlement of the estnte died the late II. Marshall, near this city, was de seen walking with Feb. 18 Crump, who God. a rapid conclusion, As soon ns the Mrs. Salllo stroyed by lire. He lost eight head Can a Man Walk With Godf survey In completed and tho route Inst, followed the nppearance ofInMiss of stock, 75 barrels of corn and Why not? Is not a man created In re In county court fixed tho work of laying the pipe, will Mamie Dillon about a ton ot hay, as well as many the Image and llkcncis ot God, In citing her to show be begun, Tho Menifee wells will sponse to n rule Thero wan no righteousness and true holiness? Al- should not produce farming Implements. supply n largo volume of gas, and cause why sho .hough tho features of this common Crump's will for tho purpose of Insurance. with the almost unlimited yield from Mrs. likeness are battered out of recognl-Mobeing probuted. The will, as pro wolls of the West Virginia bor the GroenvlllH. Frank Frel, merchant yet tho purpose ot man's Crea was pronounced Invalid by tho der. Capt. Tonkin declares that there duccd, on the ground that It was not of this place was working on his don that ho should hold the closest court can ! not tho slightest danger of two witnesses In the lawn when ho accidentally stuck a fellowship wjth God remains, and If, nnother shortage here fur many years signed byoftho testatrix. After rome pitchfork in his foot. Symptoms of recognizing bis marred condition ho presence tho to come. blood poisoning developed later, and discussion on the motion of Robert his condition became so alarming that comes in penitence to God as David came, ho will bo received as one after W. ningham, attorney for Thomas IL Maysllle, Ky. Terry llradley. of Crump of New York, son of the dead the antitoxin treatment was given God's own heart and walk close with nlm. this city, was i rested hero recently woman, for the appointment of an ml him. Ills condition is critical. As to tho fact of walking with God, charged with bigamy. He was glvn mlnlstrator to take charge of tho n prcllmlncry trial before l'ollco estate. Judge Wolsslnger decided to Maysvllle linker Wood, repre- wo have, first, tho caso In question. Judge Whltaker. nnd after the prose appoint the Loulsvillo Trust com senting a syndicate, has bounght the Then wo havo the clear statement cution had shown, as it believed, that nn n y curator for the present, it is property at the corner of Third and that Noah walked with God. Near lie had two living wives, from neither estimated that the estato or .Mrs. Commerce streets and secured op tho end of tho Old Testament wo have of whom he had over been divorced, Crump. Including the stock In a Mexl tions on the remaining lots through tho statement that certain priests walked with God In peace and equity. hu was reloahed under unusually can company, Is worth $100,000. It to Poplar, opposite the rite of the Tho Psalmist said, "Though I walk It .8 re circumstances. The testi- was stated that the Mexican stock, new tobacco warehouse. mony showed that llradley had mar which Is placed at $181,000, that another large tobacco through the valley of tbo shadow of Is not ported ried Miss Mary Lou Hanks In Fleming worth over $C0,000. It was declared warehouse will bo erected on this death, 1 will fear no evil . . . thou art with me." If wo believo that tho county, Ky., In November, 1902, and by Attorney Wnghnm that the stock now site, making nln; altogether. fourth person in the furnace Into that severul years later, and without Is on n paying basis. Tho will, as having been dlxorred, ns alleged, he presented In court by Miss Dillon, is Maysvllle. Robert A. Cochran, of which tho three Hebrew children were married Miss .Vary Allco Turner, of dntod Nov. 4, 1911, and provides mat this city, at n recent meeting of tho cast wns tho Son of God, again do wo this city, nt West Ui I n, O. His at George W. Crump. on of the testa Ebenozer Presbytery at Ludlow, Ky., have men walking with God. for the torney, John T. CJinmberlaln, after trlx. shnll bo given $1,000 and that was elected as elder commissioner to king said, "I sco four men loose, walk All through the cen these alleged facts had been set forth Thomas It. Crump shall be charged tho General Assembly of tho Presby- ing In the fire. by the prosecution, sprang a surprise with $1,200, sho having advanced htm terinn church, which meets at Louis turies men nnd women have walked with God, and no plcturo of touching upon the courut In the form of n Ju that sum. Tim remainder of tho es ville during the coming summer. J, dlciul decision rendered by the Ken tatu Is to be divided among her three E. Hassett, of the Second Presbyter- - elbows or linking arms is too strong tucky Court of Appeals, In which It sons. It is stipulated In the will that Ian Church, of Lexington, was electod to express tho contact. Walking with God Is the Christian's goal, and ha wns should any son contest the will, the alternate. was held, that where a person tings: married In this stato and then later property shnll go to the other sono. went to nnother state nnd mnrrlod Judge Wolsslnger said the slgna So shall my walk ba closj with God, Shelbyville. The balary ordinance again without being divorced from his tures were not made according to law, case, which was decided against the Calm and serene my frame. So purer light (hall mnrk the road first wife, the violator was not nmen that Is, In the presence of the testa- city In tho county court, will bo car That leads ma to the Lamb. able to the Kentucky laws, and tho trix and, therefore, tho Instrument ried to tho higher courts on Injunc state courts had no Jurisdiction there- was not valid. Walking with God Involves separa proceedings filed in the circuit tion in. The decision nlso hold that though court by William Curdwell and C. W. tion from the world, a negative ro- FREAKS OF STORM. the person wns guilty of bigamy, ho Ilallard. In their petition, they ask suit. It then Involves congeniality in was only amenable to the laws of the that the city treasurer be enjoined personal qualities. "Can two walk Henderson. Lightning nnd wind from paying the Increased salaries or together unless they bo agreed?" In state In which the offense was committed. When this decision was read played some freaks hero during a the beneficiaries from receiving them the caso ot man walking with God, the windstorm, which was accom qualities In God must Indicate the the prosecution's case collapsed and until further orders of the court. mutual qualities, and those which man the alleged bigamist was allowed to panied by rain. Lightning struck a dairy farm of W. S. may possess aro holiness, tarn at tho CQ-mercifulCarlisle. Tho Licking river Is re ness, tho spirit ot n fine Jersey cow and killed and In tho ported to be very high today as a re- lovo. valued at $85. Tho other cows KILLS HIS OWN BROTHER. sult ot heavy ruins, lttver men re Enoch Walked With God 300 Years. same barn were not hurt. Tho wind Mew down several small smokestacks port that many ot the bottoms have Walking with God implies prolong Georgetown. Unfortunately mis- and hall broke a window nt the Jef- beeu overflowed where plowing had ed and constant companionship with been done and tho ground made ready him, and In tho caso beforo us, tho taking his brother. Inane, for a bur- ferson school. All walk continued for 300 years. When for planting com and tobacco. glar, Georgii Southwnrth blow the will havo to bo propared anuw after Jesus called his disciples he said, "FolEARN PROMOTION. top of tho former'H head off with a double-barre- l tho water recedes. In some sections low me." meaning thnt bo would havo shotgun. This tragedy occurred at their homo at Lytlo's Mt. Sterling. -- nJames Porter, city of tho county the ground was torn lit- his disciples attach themselves closeFork, Scott county, when Itaac, the ticket ngrnt nt local depot, 1ms been erally to pieces and mush fencing ly to his person, and at tho end ot his youngest, boy of tho family returning promoted to n similar position at Lex washed awuy. ministry ho commended thoso who wero then with him. from n fox hunt, sought to reach the ington, uud Chnrles Eskrldge has been key which usually hangs over tho made ticket agent here, Lrmlno Wo cannot ask unselfishly, Is this Carlisle. Newell Campbell, a farmer front door when either brother Is out French, who haB been baggago mas obtained Judgment against the city ot walk for man's benefit? It implies a brother, ter, has been promoted to tho place Carlisle for $350 at the last term ot mutual conferring of benefits. late. George, tho had returned homo at 10 o'clock and made vacant by Mr. Kskrldge, nnd the Nicholas Circuit Court tor alleged A natural consequence of walking bad several times been disturbed by Walter Cllnkcnbenrd of Hothel. has Injuries which ho sustained by being with God will be closo Intimacy with unusual noises which had made him been given tho potiMon of baggage thrown from his buggy in the street out any suggestion of offensive familnervous. Hearing tho fumbling above master. hero when tho buggy hit n pile of iarity. God holds trysts with his peo-tho door, ho reached for his gun, and rock. Now the city asks that the ver- pie. Christ and bis peoplo havo com 11 red through tho unralsed window Maysvllle. Two negro preachers, dict and Judgment bo set asldo and mon secrets; all that Is Christ's beblind. With sorrow, ho soon discover- the llev. A. C. Nelson nnd the Rev. IL that a new trial be granted. The city longs to his followers. How weet It ed It was his own brother he had Jackson, became engaged In heated alleges that It has discovered since is to have God take us into bis conkilled. Ho has almost lost his mind Maputo over religious matters hero the trial that one ot the Junors trying fidence, and reveal to us tho depths ns a result, lloth brothers were and blows woro passod. Doth wore the caso was rotated to Mr, Campbell ot his love for usl In the case ot Enoch we havo a sug arrested. farmers. by marriage. gestion that a prolonged walk with MILL FOREMAN KILLED. WANTS NOTE CONSTRUED. Carlisle. Mrs. Pearl Feeback, wife God will result in something better of Green Feeback a prominent farmer than any communion to bo realized on A note In an unsealed earth. Enoch was translated, and Hodgenvlllo. Olive IIIU. Mntlon P. Slmer, night ot this county, whoso arm was envelope addressed to Mary- - J.attle foreman at the Ollvo Hill Fire llrlck by a vicious doj whllo sho God took him to himself and redeemed , Cogle, hla little was company's clay mines hore, was In- was ou her way to a neighbor's houso as lis was by tho blood of Christ yet found among the papers of J. G. stantly killod In the mines by falling has gone to Chicago for treatment. to bo shod for him, ho had blessings in Mllby, decensed. The writing was a nluto. 11 was eating his lunch when, Mrs. Feeback sustained several cuts God's presence greater than thoso ot nolo for $"00 and bearing compound without warning, tho slate fell upon to tho bono of her arm from tho dog's angels. Walking with God Is a prophecy of heavenly translation. Interest from tho dnt. Nov. 2, 1907, him. tooth. Dr. J. Gray Martin, who was to be paid tho granddaughter on her called, bad the dog killed and the Do Not Require Alcohol. twenty-flrs- t birthday or ou tho date of Madlsonvlllo. After a search of brain oxamlned. Tho examination Peoplo ln ordinary health do not her marriage. Tho note to bo void, four days and nights In tho wrecked shows that tho dog was afllcted with however, should sho dlo before reach- coal mine, tho bodies of Lcsllo CombB rabies, nnd Mrs. Feeback left Immed- require alcohol In any form, and ara not benefited by it even In very smal years and and Herschel I'ctrle, negroes, have iately for Chicago to undergo ing the uge of twuuty-ouQiwntltk's.'r-Burg.-MajII. Cnyley. unmarried. been (ouud. o nowly-electeex-ecdlnap-pearcd. CITY WILL BE AMPLY SUPPLIED BY PRODUCT FROM GROUND ACCORDING TO OFFICIAL. WORK LOUI8IANA CADETS SAVE LEVEES AT DATON ROUGE. TO ONE Governor of State Personally Conducts Work of Fighting Ravages of High Water. New Orleans, Ln, A new and seri ous break In the Mississippi river at Ilayou Sara, 100 miles above Now Or leans, and tho Inundation of the town to a depth ranging from a few feet up ward of forty foet, with every houso In Itayou 8ara washed away and many thousands of people In tho affected area homeless, U the latest flood de velopment. All railroads operating between Now Orleans and Hnton Rouge and beyond announced a suspension of t raffle west of Ilaton Rouge, owing to the high water that has resulted from the breaks nt Torras and Ilayou Sara. Flvo hundred cadets of the Louis! ana State university responded to the call and Joined with schoolboys, hoy scouts and soldiers working eagerly to do their part ln saving the levees, PHYSICIAN HAS REMEDY Advocates Campaign Against Uat of Alcohol Similar to On Uatd Against Tuberculosis. this under the personal direction ot tbe governor of Louisiana. BRITISH INQUIRY BEGINS Attorney General Declares Titanic Dis regarded Warnings of Ice Bergs. London. Tho attorney general, Sir Rufus Isaacs, addressed the wreck commission which Is Investigating the loss of the White Star liner Titanic, e Hoi-lowa- v good to cholco $5.5006.25, common to fair $2.7304.75; cannera $2.25 03.25. Hulls Steady. Bologna $1.S55.90, extra $6, fat bulls $5.75 0 6.25, Calvos Slow and 25 0 50c lower. Kxtra $7.5007.75, fair to good $606.75, common and large $307. Hogs UuloL Packers and butchers generally 10c lower. Light shippers and pigs steady. Heavy hogs $7,700 7.75, good to cholco packers and butchers. $7.70 0 7.75, mixed packers $7,500 7.70, stags $4i5.6j, common to heavy fat sows $506.90, extra $7. light shippers $6.3507.30, pigs, 110 lbs. and less, Sheep Steady. Extra $3.00, good to cholco $505.40, common to fair $40 5.75. $5 0 6.30. tigation. The facts which have been borne In upon medical men by such studies aro overwhelming, nnd physicians ore Just beginning to understand how much re sponsibility rests upon tbem for tbe collision. ovli. President Lewis, of tho Seamen's abatement of thisare familiar with the All physicians Union, nnd an attorney for the Im- large cataloguo physical disorders perial Mercantile Guild, are to partici- directly due to of alcohol, such as cirpate in the proceedings. rhosis of the liver, dropsy, multiple The union is a new organization neuritis, heart disease, Rrlgbt's dis composed of 4,000 Southampton sail- ease. Inflammation of the stomach. ors. The Inquiry Is likely to extend arteriosclerosis, tremens, delirium over several weeks and will he de- wet brain, and the like. The number voted largely to technical details. of these cases Is constantly Increasing. Detwen 20 and 25 per cent of Sheriff Eshbaugh Dies. nil the Insano owe their Insanity to Dayton, O. Sheriff Henry Eshbaugh alcohol. died of bronchial pneumonia. The In answer to tho question what had coroner will act ns sheriff until tho best be done tor the prevention of vacancy Is filled by the appointment alcoholism. Dr. Peterson of Columbia to be made by the county commission University thought that a campaign ot ers. A peculiar feature Is that the ap education such as was being carried pointment will probably be made out on In the fight against tuberculosis side the offlco, all of the deputy sher- was the only efllclcnt method of ward- iffs being candidates for the olfice In Ing off tho evils of drink. Ho advised tho primaries. having printed ln brief form all tho facts on this question which the medSilk Operatives Strike. ical profession now has at hand. In Easton. Pa. One thousand of the Paris they have statements regarding operatives In tho mills of It. & H. Si- the dangers of heavy drinking, printed mon, one of the largest silk manufac- on posters and put up ln every ward turing plants in this section, went on and waiting room of every public hosstrike for nu Increase of 15 per cent pital nnd. printed on every prescription in pay nnd a reduction In working blank of tho Paris hospitals and dis pensaries. hours from C9 to 54 a week. Dr. Peterson asked why our public- spirited citizens should not Join In crusado. should ho CINCINNATI MARKETS such a theso facts Childrenschools. Evln the taught ery hospital and dispensary In the country should begin a similar method Wheat No. 2 red $1.20(01.22. No. 3 of disseminating them. Otn asylums red $1.1501.18, No. 4 red 93c$1.10. Com No. 2 white 86 87c. No. 3 for the Insane and epileptic ought to white 83!4085VjC, .'0. 4 white 81 083c. print the statistics of alcohol as a No. 2 yellow 85 0 86c, No. 3 yellow S2 cause of Insanity and epilepsy on ev81c, No. 4 yellow 80082c. No. 2 mix- ery letter sent out There are many ed 84085c, No. 3 mixed Sli083c. lhopkeepers, owners of department No. 4 mixed 78081c. mixed ear 80 ttores. druggists and others who 83c, yellow ear 820S3c, mixed ear 80 would be willing to have instructions 83c. printed on their wrapping paper. In Oats No. 2 white 5906pc. stand- deed, such facts should be kept a ard white 59c. No. 3 white 59c. No. standing advertisement In manyas of 4 white SC'l&aSc, No. 2 mixed 59c. No. 3 mixed 584j 59c. No. 4 mixed 56 our newspapers with wide circulation. He had himself tried the experiment 58c. Hay No 1 timothy $2929.50, No. of printing them ln briefer form on 2 timothy 27.502S, No. 3 timothy his own prescription blanks and wish$260 26.50, No. 1 clover mixed $27 ed that the 132.000 other physicians In 27.50. No. 2 clover mixed $25.50 26, the United States might be- Induced to No. 1 clover $24.50 0 25, No. 2 clover aid tbe movement to this extent, for $23 23.50. they know better than anyone else Cattle Steady on good and choice ravages of alcohol. prudes; slow and 10015c lower on me- the fearful dium and common. Shippers $6.25 7.C5. choice to extra $7.758; butcher WHAT PHYSICIAN MOST FEARS steers, extra $7.50 07.63, good to choice $5.75 7.25, common to fair Alcohol Is Chief Injury to Nervous I4.7C05.75; holfers, extra $7.3507.65, System and Intellectual Powers-Ben- efit good to choice $6.73 07.25, common to Societies. fair $406; cows, extra $6.2506.60, In Great Britain a number of benefit societies keep abstainers and moderate drinkers In separate sections, and even tho moderate drinkers must bo temperate or they are not admitted to membership. Theso societies are obliged to render reports to tho gov ernment, and such reports show an nvcrage of 19 days of sickness per or moderyear for the ate drinkers, against II days or less for the abstainers. Dr. William L. Held of Scotland, who cites tho statistics of theso benefit societies, quotes this significant passage from Dr. Iiuchncr, professor of medicine ln Munich university: "Alcohol kills tho largest number ot victims by ambush, as It were, in that It undermines the powers ot resist ance to sickness, so that tbe apparently quiet, temperate drinker suc cumbs to a lung Inflammation or to an Infectious disease which the sound, Hut normal body easily overcomes. whut the physician most fears in Is chiefly the Injury to tho nerv ous system and tho Intellectual pow- ers." ReDutatlon Is Llnht. setting forth the facts as understood by the government and laying special emphasis upon tho evidence that a speed ot 21 knots was maintained aft er the warnings of Ice ahead hadoieen received, right up to the moment of ago. Closo historical study shows that drinking was not so widespread In ancient days as now. Tho liquor contained less alcohol, and having no Ice machines they could not brew beer all tho year around. Tbe strong drinks, whiskies, brandies, cocktails, bitters and absinthe hnd not been Invented. Without railroads and without bottles there was less distribution. With the wider diffusion of the Idea that alcohol was a food, drinking more gcnernl and alcoholism more noticeable. With the tremendous awakening of science In tho latter part nf the nineteenth century, and with the extraordinary progress of the science of medicine, It was natural that alcohol should have Its share of Invesbe-ca- Thirty years ago physicians wers rather promoters of the use ot alcohol both aa a stimulant and as a remedial scent. Now everywhere on both side of the Atlantic medical men are foremost oppoters of the use ot spirituous liquors as a beverage or oven as an agent in the treatment of disease. They have been living rather securely In the tradition that alcohol bad always been with them and that most peoples who had reached the crest of development had been free users of wine and beers, and that if alcohot carried with It any peril to the race, mankind would have degenerated lone Lambs 15023c higher. Extra $8.40 08.50. good to choice $808.35. com mon to fair $60 7.75. yearlings $5,750 6.75. Spring lambs lower, $7.50011.50. Found Guilty of Perjury. New York. James O. llrzezlnskl, former secret service man nnd spe cial treasury agent, who was Indicted for giving false testimony before tho federal grnnd Jury In Its Investigation of the sugar underwelghlng frauds, was found guilty of perjury after a trial lasting three days. llrzezlnskl swore at the Inquiry that when Richard Parr discovered the false weighing ot sugar at tho docks of the American Sugar Refining Co., Oliver Spit-zesuperintendent ot the docks, did not attempt to bribe him. lac-orat- grand-daughter- r, e or 'Reputation Is In itself only a farth-- : lag randle. ot a wavering and uncer tain flame, and ensly blown out, but It is the light by which tbo world looks for and finds merit" Lowell 1 Page Four. IHE CITIZEN. May 9, 19' 3 gsooaoooaooooaooosooaofloosoooaoos&aooo I NEWS LOCAL PAGE OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A f 8ooooooooooooo TOR SALE: 4 foot wire fencing at 25 cents por rod at Welch's, Mr. F. C. Maupln's family attended tho funeral services of Mrs. Emma Smith of Frankfort, formerly MIbs CITT mONK IBS Emma Hurst of Richmond, last TuesOffice over Berea Bank & Trust Co. day, April 30th. Mr. Langley Rico of Ford, who now DAN H. BRECK has a position at Memphis, Ttenn., Fire, life, Accident, and live Stock visited Mr. Fleming Griffith last oooooao6aoaoaooo DR. BEST, DENTIST Rev. O. M, Huey of Somerset, who was called a short tlmo ago to tako Phone 505 tho pnstorato of tho Berea Baptist church, has decllnod to accept the call. Mr. Allen L. Wilson, pastor of tho ATTORNEY AT LAW Wyoming Presbyterian church of Cin cinnati, accompanied by his wife and Will practice in Madison and child, Is visiting Berea this week. adjoining counties. Mr. Edwin A. Stearns, chairman of Office in Berea National Bank the investment commltce of Berea College, is a member of this church. In a hotly contested baseball game U N. TIMI TABLX. last Saturday tho Academy team Norta Btraaa Lewsal 10:65 p. m. won over tho College team by a 7:00 a. m. Knozrlll I:M a. m. scoro of 5 to 3 . 3 seconds. 1:04 p. tn. BEREA Kcltch, S. W. Hoggs, H. C. Woolf, Mrs. Anna Fay who has been in TM6 a. (:30 p. m. Milo run, Fleming, C. U., 5 mln. 8 Jaa. A. Burgess, J, F. Dean, Prof. Cincinnati tho hospital for several weeks, has SottU Bound Loot! seconds. Rlgby, Dr. W. Craig. J. P. Faulkner, S:30 a-- m. I: IS p. m. now returned to her homo on ChestCincinnati nut street, 12:34 p. m. 13:11 a. m. BKRSU :SS p. m. t:M a. at. ty Juno Fowler left for Jackson CounKaezTlUt last week to work up a largo tract Express TralM top to taks on and 1st off paaaaa-gr- fl of timber recently bought by him nnd his father. from beyond Dayton, O., or from Mr. and '.Mrs. W. O. Smith of Atlanta and beyond. Richmond are visiting Mr. and Mrs. oata Boaad J. W. Fowler this week. 1:0 a. Cinelamatl LOST: A Bible between Berea 11:44 a. at. and Farrlston, Sunday night, May C. Norta Bomnd Finder please return to Howard Hud4:48 p.m. BEREA son, Berea, Ky. 1:37 p. so. ClnclnnaU .Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fotherglll of London, Ky. are visiting their Seed com at Welch'B. parent, Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Welch. Mrs. Judge Lewis Is very ill at Martha Sproule writes from ML Cory, O., telling of the close of a her home on Chestuut St. 'Mr. J. P. Blcknell returned from iloasant school year. Her address Russell Springs, Saturday, and went for the future Is 234 yf. Lincoln Ave. on a business trip to Cincinnati, Mon Delaware, O. Welch's fertilizer has Just What day. your soli, needs, and saves you money been teachMiss Dora Ely who INoUKAnLfc Will sign your bond. Saturday and Sunday. Richmond, Ky. T. J. COYLE On Saturday night a group of representative men ot Berea met at Boono Tavern for tho purposo of tho problem of what shall bo done for tho Iwys of Berea nnd to definitely orgnnlzo in their behalf. After a good and well served supper Rev, II. F. Kcltch and Dr. Craig who havo been connected with tho Institute. Boy Scout Movement in their former homes told of the great work which BEREA WINS OVER CENTRAL Is being dono olBowhcro by means The Central University athletic ot tho organization. Mr. H. C. Woolt field was the Bccno of somo good and Mr. 8. W. Hoggs who havo for athletic stunt last Saturday after- some tlmo" been carrying on Boy noon although the weather was un- Scout work In Berea told what It Is favorable and Uio track tn bad con- doing for tho boys, hero. It was decided that nil present dition. The events were scheduled to begin at 2:30 but the tlmo was at this mooting should constitute tho Boy Scout Council of Berea, Which changed to 1:30 for tho accommodation of tho Berea team, making it council shall consist ot not over 30 losslblo for them to reach Berea members, others up to that number to bo addod by election. For thi sovoral hours earlier. The crowd was small, consisting present tho council adopted tho Naof tho Boy Scout moftly of students and members of tional Councils. tho faculty, and showod no great The purposo of this council Is to of cnthuslaBQ, further and organlzo this splendid Tho results wero as follows: work among tho boys of tho town. 100 yards dash, Clark, C. U., 10 5 It Is hoped thnt alt citizens will lend seconds. 220 yard dash, Jones, Berea, 25 4 C hearty support to tho movement. seconds. Thoso present at tho meeting wero: 440 yard dash, Slier, Berea, 64 sec. Dr. R. H. Cowley, Dr. P. Cornelius, mile run, Fleming, C. U., 2 mln. Rov. B. II. Roberts, Rev. H. F. by-la1- well acquainted with Berca's work this lino and had high respect for It, They received Invitations to visit many museums and art collections In the city ns well ns Institutions for Instruction In these lines of work. Among those wero tho Chas. P. Toft collection of paintings, representing tho work of 33 old masters. Tho Art Museum, and the Ohio Mechanic's In I0Y SCOUT ORGANIZATION PARKS PETTUS BEREA, KENTUCKY CHESTNUT STREET, 2uiG8, flDefcfdnes, Chemicals WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY Wc Handle The Purest and Best Goods PERFUMERY, SOAP, SYRINOKS, BRUSHES, COMBS, Chester Parks The Feed ManPHONE 64. - DOOLEY'S FOR EVERYTHING TO EAT In addition to the advantages of getting the very best grade ot goods in our line at a reasonable price, we are in a position to show you how to obtain a handsome set of "ROGERS' SIL. the regular price. VERWARE" at about one-third CALL AND INVESTIGATE a. BUGGY DAY URIi Saturday is the day we give harness away. has ing is now at home. An outing for the little folks of the Christian church was held in the VanWlnklo Grove, Saturday. House cleaning is now In full blast and don't forget the new furnishings Welch's. Mr. J. W. Dooley was home tho first of the week. Mrs. Jennie Daker of Paint Lick was in Berea, Monday. Mrs. Will Klanery was badly burned, Thursday, while preparing to fill a gasoline Iron. There was thought to be no fire about tho iron but tho High Jump, Collins, Berea, C feet cork va3 out of the gasoline bottle 2 inches. nnd an explosion occurred which Hammer throw, Saxton, Berea, Flanery'a Mrs. to set fire 106 feot. 'clothing. Miss Susie Flancry was the Discus, Saxton, Berea, 107 feet. only one in tho house, and she suc, C. U. 35 feet. Shot put, putting out the flames, her ceeded in The meet closed with a relay race hands being burned. Mrs. Flancry was in which Berea won, the time being taken to the hospital and is recoverless than 5 minutes. The scoro was ing. 56 to 37 In favor of Berea. Hickory King and Boone County Coaches from several of the largo seed corn at Welch'B. Institutions of the state are predictinMr. W. H. Porter has sold his ing a great victory for Berea In tho Co. terest in the Berea Telephone State meet, '.May 15th. Others havo to Mr. J. W. Creech of East Berns-tad- t, expressed themselves more fully , Ky. by saying that with a coach Berea day. Sunday one of tho large plno The students and faculty were high would soon be nblo to win tho chamtrees in Mr. Samuel Hanson's yard ly favored at the lecture hour Mon- pionship of tho South. was almost completely destroyed by day morning by tho two orators lightning. GILLIGAN, THEWINNER who have won such great distincF. O. Clark was In Knoxvtlle Prof. T7ie Kentucky State tho first of the week visiting the tion for themselves and tho college in the recent contests. Mr. Leo Gil- Oratorical Association hold its Agricultural Experiment Station. llgan gave his oration on "Tho Amerl- -' 25th annual contest In Winchester Lewis attended tho Prof. Chas. D. Supt's Convocation at Richmond last can City,' which won the first place last Friday night. Representatives In the State oratorical contest in . from Korea College, Georgetown ColTuesday to Thursday. Winchester last Friday and Mr. Gab- lege, Central University, Kentucky Mrs. Elmer Gabbard left last week gavo his on "Tho Problem of ' Wesloyan College, Transylvania Unifor Hazard to visit with her parents, bard Problems," which also won first place versity and Kentucky State Univer'Mr. and Mrs. Ward, until June. As soon as school is out Mr. Gabbard in tho Prohibition contest which was sity participated. Mr. Leo. Gllllgan, i representing ago at Richmond, Borca " College, easily will Join her thero and they will held a short time carried off the gold medal, the others then go to Crockettsvlllo, where Mr. TALKS BY CAMERON JOHNSON ranking in tho order named. Gabbard will have charge of the PresIt was the first tlmo that Berea Three Illustrated lectures "China, byterian church during tho summer. Mr. Lewis Rupert of Winchester, a tho greatest nation," Saturday, the College has had a representative nt former student of Berea, visited his 11th; "Korea, a miracle," Monday, tho Stnto contest and the victory Js tho 13th; "Japan, tub key to East significant as indlcutlvo ot what Bo-rmany friends here over Sunday. can do when she has tho Have yon seen Welch's new fence ern Asia,' Tuesday, tho 14th. Pro May tho tlmo speedily arrlvo gram begins nt 7 p. in. Admission, at 25 cents per rod? when she will bo represented also In Mr. Win. Isaacs, the well known 16 cents for the throo lectures. debate with her sishardware salesman, spent tho latORDER CARNATIONS ter colleges and demonstrate to hor ter part of last week with his family. Carnations should be worn in tho critics that sho Is no longer a recluso celebration of Mothers' Day, Sunday. but second to none among tho educaThey can be secured at tho green tional factors ot tho state. The subject of Mr. Glltlgan's orahouso, Saturday, tho 11th. Orders will be taken at tho Coop Store dally tion was "Tho American City," n from 3:30 to 5:30, or at tho green- - subject which he handled tn an entirely original and characteristic way, bouso from 10 to 12 a. m. resulting largely from his own obserA. F. Mitchell. vations. Tho Citizen extends to him BEREA VISITORS IN CINCINNATI most hoarty congratulations, Tho grades follow: Prof. May and Prof. T. A. Edwards Composition Deliver returned Friday, May 3rd, and Mr. Here . . . 75 90 K4 MRS. EARLY 91 90 92 Hook, Tuesday, May 7th, from Cin TrantrWanla 73 70 85 90 90 94 Georgetown - Ko 8o Hi cinnati, where they had attended tho 91 80 99 . - 74 75 8o Central 96 95 9 annual convention of the Western Weileyan 88 Ho 90 7 8s r Manual Training and Drawing teach State 7 75 W 91 80 89 ers Association, which met there .Ranks May 1 to 4th. Here iVz Yi 3 15 3 i Although Berca's Manual Train Georgetown! lYt 5 I !8i 3 ing Department had no exhibit on Central In? I I M 30 Wetleyan 4 display, thoy soon discovered that Transjrlv. 6 5 aHj -1- SYt many ot tho delegates present were State 5 5 Intcr-coltegl-aJ ea y. opor-tunltInter-collegla- te at per ton. H. Jackson, tho well known salesman, whilo on a trip thru the mountains last week got badly bruis ed, having to Jump from a wagon which overturned. 'Mr. Jackson "was able to get home but has been un der the care of a physician. He is now able to be out again. Miss Etta Mooro who has been teaching at Brodhead, Ky., has finished her school and Is at home for the summer. Jack Creech and little brother of London spent several days of last week at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Smith. Mr. G. E. Porter who has been in the West for some time is back in Berea, and it is probable that he will locate some place in the state, Jf not here. Mr. Chester Lewis has a position as a clerk with tho Berea Drug Co. Sir. James Wagers father of Wagersvllle, Ky., .has been spending several days with his son nnd family. Tho Academy graduating class of 1912 greatly enjoyed an all day out ing at Robes Mountain last Thurs$20 at Mr. J: Everybody interested in buggies should be there. WELCH'S I Its at tho time the first Impulses tho local scout council, Is going to como to him, tho chances are thnt help In work for boys In every thing It that they will llko and that will do ho never will, and If ho does them good. It will pay to help tho will be very much harder to do. Is movement along. All over tho country attention being directed to work for boys that will consorvo tho good that Is In them, form good habits early, and The Annual Meeting of tho Kenbring thorn hopefully Into tho cstato tucky Stato Dental Association to bo of manhood. Young Men's Christian held In Louisville, May 27, 28, 29, Associations havo been working for 1912, promises to bo of more than loys for many years now, nnd lately usual Interest to tho dentists ot this there has been created a now organiz- nnd adjacent Stairs on account ot ation just for boys which has hun- tho numerous now methods and apdreds of thousands ot mcmbors all pliances which will bo exhibited over tho United States and In many there. foreign countries. It Is tho Boy Dentistry, unlike many professions, Scouts. can not bo learned altogether from There aro already a few boy scouts books nnd magazines and, consequentot ly, It Is almost obligatory for tho In Borea and they want more them. So do wc. An organization has progressive dentist to attend these found that will try meetings. Several dentUta from Ohio, Just been to roach every boy of the right Indiana, and Illinois will give clinics ago In town. A scout council has nnd papers; In fact every thing Inbeen selected; nnd this month a dicates that this will be tho largest visit Is expected from tho Stato nnd best meeting ever held tn KenSecretary of tho boys work depart- tucky. ment of tho Y. M. C. A. and ho will Alt ethical members of tho profeshelp make tho work efficient. sion nro cordially Invited. Tho boy scouts aro boys orer twelvo years of ago who bellevo in " laws of honor nnd nro doing their best to become tho right kind of men. aaBaBaaBaO Here Is tho scout law. Let your boy bo learning It because ho wilt havo to know It beforo ho can becomo n Prof. C. D. Lewis, W. B. Davison, II. , member. And lot htm ask a scout just H. Mchtwardt. what these laws mean. down lha throat ot a "sap?" Tuesday night a second meeting ot 1. A scout Is trustworthy. chicken deitrora th wortni was held and tho the local council aal eare tho chlck'i Hie, A 2. A scout Is loyal. lew ttropt la the drinking water following officers elected: Chairman, 3. A scout Is helpful. John F. Dean; CURES and Prof. 4. A scout is friendly, C. D. Lewl3; Sec, H. H. Llchtwardt; PREVENTS GAPES f. A scout Is courteous. vrhlto tlUrrhora. roup, cbolrra Trcas., U. B. Roberts. Six other 6. A scout Is kind. ekI other chick dftcfttet. men woro elected to tho council. 7. A scout is obedient. One OOc Bottle of 8. A scout Is cheerful. CHRISMAN WASHBURN 9. A scout Is thrifty. 10. A scout Is brave. i 'Miss Utile C. Chrlsman and Mr. 11. Makes 12 Gallon of Medicine. 11. A scout is clean. M. Washburn wero married WednesEvery poultry ralier thnuM kerp a bottle ol 12. A scout Is reverent. thle medicine on hantl. Write (or lrc aample day, May 1, at tho homo ot tho Tho working cu uooaiei on uiieaaee Ol rowia." Audreaa, Council Scout bride, by tho Rov. DuBose, pastor of I3UII0I REUEOT COMfW, Uilartsi, I;. through tho churches and Sunday tho Versailles Presbyterian church ( Sold by PETTUS & PARKS, Berea, Ky. Schools of tho town nnd through of which tho brldo and groom wero both members. Miss Chrlsman Is a graduate of Borea College, 1310. Mr. Washburn Is a former student of Berea and a graduate ot tho Presby- have tried the rest, now the best. Quality os terlan Theological Seminary of Louis well as orice should influence J rrn " vou when v vnu O to huv a J ville. After a tour of the stato tn shoes. Cheap, shoes always costly, no tho Interest of missions under tho t.il-in- f . . x T. Al 1 a1 Cw I, Board Mr. nnd Mrs. prices which they sold kceDS our business Washburn will leavo for tho foreign the field, AfrlcaJuly 27th. jmN steadily" increasing. de"ntiststomeet I ONE R0P I Bourbon Poultry Cure I 1tOU Hi try are matter ti 1 at are that COOK WANTED v Apply Competent to fry ham and eggs. at the Postofflco. D. N. Welch. WORK FOR BOYS WalkOver Shoes (or men in nil the ' Krippendorf Dittauo (or Ladies and Misses Evory boy when ho has becomo a man has cost tho stato you and mo, one thousand dollars. Somo boys go wrong. When a boy goeB wrong wo not only joso our thousand dollars but wo havo to spend newest style oxfords $3.50 to $5.00 and canvas shoes and pumps, tan, Kiinmetal, kid and velvet pumps and oxfords $1.50 to $4.00 in white liuckskin THE RACKET STORE v. ' 4 another thousand to protect ourselves against him. Tho right ones help to keep others right. Can you suggest anything that will pay moro than evory effort to keep tho boy on tho right track? Tho boy Is father of tho man. What the boy Is, tho man will becomo. Tho boy Is forming habits. It a pllo of bones Is given to a pup, truo to his ha Instinct, ho will clean off all wants and go and scratch in tho earth and bury the rest. But if ho Is so unfortunato ns to bo confined In a houso tho first few times when he receives his mess ot bones ko will go off behind a door, scratch a fow times, and finally leavo his surplus on the floor. A fow such experiences and ho will quit trying to bury tho bones and will novcr after form the habit no matter bow easy It Is for him. If a boy doesn't form good hab- - W&YTMAKEAHfT iurn K-- El vm Di hp ULIY1DBUN Shoes roR BOYS rOH tilFUaS HA YES BEREA "S C& "ay Leatber, Style or She "W: Quality Store" GOTT KENTUCKY. ON SALB AT 1912. THE CITIZEN. life was devoted to his homo and family. In Oct. 1882 ho was married to IIbs 8. C. Todd. To this union was born ono daughter, now Mrs. A. L. Suits of Greenfield, Ind. Tho burial took placo in the Borca Cemetery, Feb. 24th. POLITICAL NEWS Page Five. Mr. Housekeeper: Bargains! Bargains! Why not let the Telephone do some of the work at home and save your wife from fret and worry? How many unnecessary steps it saves the housewife can only be realized by those who have the Telephone handy and would not do without it. It is ever ready for use when needed worst and does not cost you anything for repairs or maintenance. Your neighbor's wife has the advantage of a Telephone, why not yours? Continued f ron I'lrit l'ge BEREA TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED out, thus reducing tho majority of tho Taft delegates. A llttlo more light Is thrown upon tho election by the meagre Democratic voto. It Is known that tho Roosevelt forces sought aid from the Democratic ranks, and It Is now believed and claimed by tho Taft supporters that Mr. Roosevelt's voto was largely secured from tho Democratic ranks . Clothing for Men Clothing for Boys Shoes The Best Quality MEAL and FLOUR The Best at the Lowest Prices in Town AH Good Things to Eat Bacon and Lard Special Prices in Quantities INTENSIVE FARMING terestlng and Instructive Observations as to Soil Inoculation, Crop Rotation, etc, by S. L. Clark, Formerly of tha Berea Farm, ' whose many Articles in The Citizen will be Remembered. During a brief stay at Morgantown for tho short course In Agriculture points regarding .some important tho growing of legumes was mado very iear to mo that many farmers may bo Interested In. Tho first was that tho fact that a farmer may, on fairly good rail, pro duco a good crop of vetch, alfalfa or other legumes does not provo that on that particular soil Inoculation is unnecessary. Tho vital question Is whothcr or not nodules aro bolng thus formed freely on tho roots, showing that tho plants aro drawing nitrogen from tho air and storing It In tho soli. It this Is not tho casn tho legumo la taking tho necessary n!trog:n for Us growth from tho soli tho samo as a crop of corn or oats. Second, It has recently been plainly demonstrated that, oven on soil having tho accessary bacteria for tho particular legumo, tho nddlng of now fresh bacteria to tho soil will provo a decldod benefit to tho crop. Third, tho plowing of any legumo ctubblo, such (is cow peas or vetch, and leaving tha root- - upturned and expoaed to tho sun is a scrlcus mistake, as tho sun destroys a very largo ier cunt of tho bacteria on the roots and In tho soil, when, If tho plowed land had boon Immediately rolled and disced and rolled tho loss In this way would have been but little. Fourth, wi to tho method of Inoculating land, a good way Is to uso flno dry soli In tho grain drill, putting In as much soil as tho drill will handle. Thero wm present at tho moct-In- g tho usnal croaker who insistently nuked what per cent tho average farmer Is making on his Investment, citing In comparison tho village machinist who only works eight or ten hours per day, has no capital Invested, gets big pay Satur day night, and has no risk of los- Ing a horsa or a row occasionally. This brought to his feet a young man, about 28 years of nge, with a flushed faco and eyes flashing with Intense, feeling who could no longer bo held down who replied as follows; "Gentlemen, I have worked in I tho I). nnd 0. shops for years. had chargo of ono of tho shops and my work was dono when tho last detail in every department was known to bo Just right. Sometimes I work- ed eight hours and sometimes eightho teen with no extra pay. As yfars passed my family increased, expenses of living grow larger nnd many n night I lay awnko consider- big what my family would do If I IjPSouId ! Injured or bo taken away $vlth tho meager amount I had saved In tho beet years of my life. About this tlmn tho general Stipt, of tho shops camo nlong and said, 'Charllo, How Is old Peto making It?' 'All PLEASANT AND don't need to I said, 'you watch old I'eto. Ho Is old reliability Itself.' 'Well Charlie,' ho said, 'Old ho IVto Is getting old, aeo that Keeps up his end.'" "Tho next visit of tho SupU about tho samo thing was go no over but I did not yet boo his point. A month later as 1 camo to tho shop In tho morning old I'eto was sitting on tho steps with head bowed on his hand. 'good inornlns' I said, cheerfully quickly flno morning' and passed on. 1 soon found tho Supt In tho shop, and ho said, 'Well, Charlie, 'I let old rote out this morning but 1 I let him down easy. I told him I had to cut down the forco and would havo to lay him off. You know, over Charlie, old Polo has worked 24 years In tha company's servlco and ns soon as ho has worked 25 ears ho can draw his ponslon.'" "At this I stood speechless for an Instant when I said, old I'eto has not Baved enough to keep him and ho knows nothing else. How about myself when that tlmo comes? Mr. Supt. you havo my resignation.' " After his resignation Charllo had gotten In touch with J. II. Arnold of tho Bureau of Farm 'Management, Department of Agriculture, Washington, who kindly helped him locate on soma West Virginia mountain land adapted to fruit culture, nnd with determination ho started on that llttlo farm badly In debt. That was two years ago. Now s?o tho prldo as of this noblo young American ho shows you this field that has been cleared and another that has been set to tho b;st variety of apmaster ples and on evory hand a hand has been planning for a beautiful homo with a regular harvest of apples thnt will mean no small salary for tho happy possessor. And for present demnmls tho annual payments must bo met ho can hay rnlso good crops of corn and t which will sell for enough to make tho payments, but how about tho loss of fertility of his farm? I seo how this man drinks In every word of Prof. Atkinson's lecturo on feeding steers for market. How eagerly ho notes what must bo added to his crop to mnke a balanced ration for steers and the value In fertility left on tho farm which, If ho sold his crops, would bo lost. ' After this Mr. Arnold brought this young man to mo to talk about plans for a suitable barn for feeding steers and various things. His faco j was worth seeing as ho quietly said, "I havo been offered $2,000 moro for my farm than I am to pay for right,' ! OTHKR PREFERENCE PRIMARIES Tho preference primary was held In Maryland, Tuesday. Tho primary folIn California, Is tho next to low, on May 14th; tho Ohio primary In addition to tho program thero Is to bo held tho 21st; the Now wcro also drives Into tho hills, a Jersey, tho 28th. Tho following states are yet to visit to tho different departments of Berea College and a luncheon at hold conventions; Arlzonla, ArkanBoone Tavern whero the delegates sas, Idaho, Kansas, Minnesota, Nevwero Joined by several members of ada, North Carolina, South Dakota, the local woman's missionary society, Tennessee, Utah, Washington, West making It a very pleasant social oc- Virginia nnd Wyoming. Tho statej that will hold separate casion. aro Utah, Tho following officers wero elected Democratic Convnotlons Michigan, Maryland, Iowa, South Carfor the coming year: President, Mrs. Letcher Illkcr, olina, Virginia, Texas, Georgia, West Virginia, Minnesota, South Dakota. Harrodsburg. ., Mrs. Charles Connor There Is not as much kicking about 1st conventions among tho Dfynocrata Drown, Lancaster. ., 2nd Mrs. Louie Rue, as among Republicans. Danville. RESULT IN TEXAS , Recording Secretary, Mrs. N. L. held Its precinct convenTexas Curry, Harrodsburg. tions last Saturday and the result Corresponding Secretary, Miss Mary as botwoen tho President and tha Helm, Danville. 3rd term candidate seems to bo a Treasurer, Mrs. John Qutscnberry, tie, but Govornor Wilson gets tho Danvlllo. delegation to tho Baltimore convenSec. of Literature, Mrs. F. P. Frlsby tion . VIco-PrcsVlce-Pres- R. J. ENGLE & SON, Phone 60 Berea, Kentucky eral progress of the world. If wo men should undertako political duties they would do that much loss for homo and Its comforts, and politics would bo none the bettor hut rather tho worse for It. All tho women of the lower classes would bo sure to voto, the number of votes would bo doubled, and no result changed. At the samo tlmo tho ex citement of politics would bo enor mously Increased by doubling the number of voters, having everybody excited, and adding woman's emo tional element, and woman's cersonal ambition to tho heat of the fray. ' And it would be a deadly blow at tho family to make for nothing and have the Individual count for everything. To me the family Is a very precious Institution. It Is a responsibility to a man to do his part, and for a woman 'o do her part, and the making of a home. But the votes for women idea Is that tho woman shall simply bo another man a partner but not a wife. And really thoy do not leave any chance for a woman to bo married. Women are to work in all tho occupations of men, and have the same wages or men, so that no man can support a wife. Tho end Is tho destruction of the home. Some of the suffragettes see this and glory In it, but more are blinded to the results before them. Tho increasing selfishness, immodesty and essential rudeness of a largo class of women Is one of tho bad signs of the times. There however, signs that point the other way. Tho leading suffragettes mocked at tho chivalry of tho men on the Titanic in giving women preference In the but another large class of women are honoring; this nobility on the part of the men. Of courso when women get to bo in all respects like men they will no longer receive nor desorvo tho special respect that Is now paid to NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from Pint rige per hour faster than ever before known. Largo portions of fifteen parishes on the west side of tho river In Loulsana nre under water and a hundred thousand people aro reported homeless, while the death list Is Increasing almost dally. Iincastcr. Sec. of Young People, 'Mrs. Pres ton Cornelius, Beren. Sec. of Frecdmen, Mrs. N. B. Thomas, Danvlllo. Tho following resolutions wero pass. ed nt tho closo of the session of tho Presbytery on Thursday evening. .Madam President: PROFITABLE MEETING Continued (rout I'iril rife Parish Abroad and to ralso tho apportionment for IU support and also to work for a larger representation from tho auxiliary societies at, tho noxt I'resbytcrlal meeting. Tho program Included also sovoral services of a dovotlonal nature Itov. and Mrs. Roborts and Mrs. Cornelius of Borca gave tho scripture readings. Ilrs. Morton and Miss Lillian Amsang. "Mrs. Frost brose each BILLINGSGATE Beckham has been before the footlights during tho past week owing to his fearful arraignment of Colonel Watterson. Mr. Beckham has succeeded In showing that ho is a master in tho uso of vllo epithets nnd has studied well denunciatory composition. Incid ntally ho has also shown that he Is neither a master of good temper, tho courtesies duo to those of greater age, nor the Important faculty of common sense. Mr. Watterson's reply was awaited with real expectations, but It camo in piecemeal and with more restraint than Bo It therefore resolved that It Is might havo been expected. Neither tho unanimous sentiment of this gentleman has gained anything and body that our meeting hero has been both have lost much. a most delightful experience made so ILLITERACY DECREASING by tho dear peoplo of Berea nnd wo Statistics, Issued , by tho Census hereby tender them our heartfelt Bureau last Saturday, show that Illithanks for all they havo dono for teracy In Kentucky decreased during us. tho last ten years from 1G.G per cent It." Bo It further resolved that special or 202,954 among 1,5S9,683, to 12.1 per Think of tho good this young man thanks bo given Mrs. Robertson for cent or 20S.044 out of a population of will do preaching tho gospel of good so graciously accepting the nlaco of 1,722,014; that Is there wero B4.910 Agriculture and hard work. Men of our absent recording secretary nnd fewer Illiterates In tho stato In 1910 tho mountains, catch tho spirit of faithfully and efficiently performing than In 1900. this young man and do llkwclse. tho arduous duties pertaining to tho Illiteracy among tho colored peooffice; also to Mr. Dager and Mr. plo fell from 41.1 per cent to 27.G gave tho address of welqomo and Smith for adding to tho inspiration per cent. Thero wno a nlno thousand pleasure of tho meeting by decrease In the negro population of Mrs. Charles Connor Drown of Lan- and the stato during the ten years. caster tho responso. Wednesday even- thoir splendid addresses. Respectfully submitted, Tho Christian Endeavors of Kening, Itov. Wo. Dagor, a missionary Com- - Resolutions. tucky meet In Owensboro, today, In under tho Presbyterian Hoard, gavo their Annual Convention and will an Interesting address on tho work CREDITORS TAKE NOTICE continue In session until Sunday even In Western Africa whero ho and ing. The usual list of good speakers 'Mrs. Dagcr aro stationed. Thursday That on Monday, May J7th, 1912, will bo there. Ono of them will bo o Mrs, Qutscnberry of afternoon, In tho law office of T. J. Coyle in gavo nn able paper on China Berea, Ky., I will sit to receive and Secretary Shaw from tho United Sonnd In tho' evening Mr. J. F. Smith hear proof of claims against W. J. ciety. Juno 2.', 2G, and 27 should bo red of Berea gavo a carefully prepared Tntutu assignor and will continue and thoughtful address on tho sub- from day to day till through. All letter days In tho educational life of ject: Our Mountains, tho work and persons having claims against said tho Stato. Tho Louisville meeting of tho people Mrs. Letcher Hiker, as W. J. Tatum will present same to tho Kentucky Educaltonal Association presldont, presided over the sessions. mo on that dato properly verified or will bo held on theso dates with many of tho most notable educators of tho samo will be barred. land on tho program. Ex-Go- v. Dan-vlll- Wo aro glad to havo mado this visit to Hcrea, for. hereafter, when asked, "Hnvo you seen Mammoth Cavo; havo you been to Berea?" wo shall bo proud to say, "yes, wo havo been to Berea and consider it ono of the most delightful places in Kentucky, located, as It is, high In tho foothills with a glorious view of tho balanco of tho world." This vlow alono would tend to make ordinary people sufficient unto themselves, but tho people, of Berea are not ordinary, as ono visiting In their midst soon finds out. You no sooner arrive than you aro mado to feel that you aro moro than welcome and that this glorious view, magnificent atmosphero, and tho beautiful homes are yours to have and to hold. Your commltteo feels grateful to have been given a duty so pleasant as that of expressing to tho peoplo of Berea their dollght In having tho privilege of being hero and partaking of tho most delightful hospitality shown by the cltlzons. Wo feel it almost Impossible to specialize from tho beautiful hospitality in tho homes. tho charming drlvoB, tho elaborate luncheon nt Boono Tavern, the sne- clal music prepared for our entertain ment and tho hundred and ono little things dono for our comfort and plensuro which havo mado our stay so Ideal. NO BETTER THAN THE SOUTH Tho readers of The Citizen will re call some of the details of tho terrible lynching of a negro by the n&mo Pa., of Zack Walker at Coatsvllle, last August. Tho crime was denounc IN OUR OWN STATE ed throughout tho stato and In tho Continued from page one North, and a great show was mado 13 to asscmblo In Atlantic City, July for come time which conveyed tho 10th. Women are eligible to partic- Impression that tho lynchers would ipate in tho convention and a num- be brought to trial and Justice moot ber of women may bo chosen as dele-gal- ed out to them. But, after nearly a to tho national convention. year and several Juries have brought In verdicts of acquittal In the faco REVERT TO DRINK convincing evidence of After a hard fight, Lebanon voted of the most to reinstate the saloon In her midst guilt, tho cases are dismissed. Let Pennsylvania accept the blot last week. Tho town has been dry as Illinois and Ohio have, and let for five yoars. Ashland has also reus all acknowledge that there Is no instated the saloons. North and no South no dividing line when It comes to criminality. STATE TRACK MEET es The state Intercollegiate track and field meet Is scheduled for the fair grounds at Lexington, May 15th. Business firms of Lexington have provided modals costing $200, ono medal for each event. Tho contesting teams will bo from State University, Transylvania, Berea College, Central University, Georgetown College and Kentucky Wesleyan. It Is reported that tho State athletes expect to win but are nfrald of Berea and Central. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Pres. Taft's proposal some months ago for a federal chamber of commerce has been brought to a realization, an organization having been affected at the gathering of business men In Washington last week, of which Harry A. Wheeler of Chicago was chosen President. FEDERAL METHODIST CONFERENCE CONVENES The general .Conferenco of tho Methodist Eplscoplal Church conven ed In Its quadrennial session, a week ago at Minneapolis. Tho General Con body of ference Is the tho church and Is probably tho most influential religious gathering In the world. At this session a number of bishops will be elected and somo radical changes In tho Discipline aro forecasted . law-maki- a, life-beat- s, them as women. You seo LETTER FROM PRES'T FROST (Continued from first page) larger Youngstown, and lunched with a man who remembers all tho his tory of Mr. Carnegie. Hero too I was saddened by hearing of the death of another friend of Berea, Mr. Wm. Wade. And here I found in a great office, surrounded by clerks nnd door-keoper- s, ono of Mr. Os- borne's boyhood friends, Mr. Henry L. Austin. And Thursday I was btck In New York. Already people are forgetting tho Titanic and getting Interested In the great game of politics. Today I was In tho great public library, and went to tho window to see the Woman Suffrago Parade. Many of my friends wero In it, but I could not but feci that they were making a great mistake. I feel as much as any ono that women are tho full equals of men In capacity and worth. But It docs not at all follow that they ought to do everything that men do. There Is a division In tho work of life, part falling to men and part, equally honorable and Important, falling to women. Just becauso women do not run for office and go Into the part of politics they are moro Influential and helpful In tho gen self-seeki- ing number of women who refuse to thank a man for giving her a scat in a public conveyance, and an increasing number who smoke and put on mannish airs. All this is but tho temporary excess to be expected from tho Increasing opportunities which havo been vory rightly opened to women. All new powers aro likely to bo at first abused. Things will be better by and by, and we must be patient during this transition tlmo. Wo may even havo to try the experiment of giving up family lifo and going It each Independently for himself or herself In some states for n whllo until people realize how a thing the reverence of man and women for each other Is whero recognized Is each as having a special dignity and duty, tho ono as a man and the otlier as a woman. This evening 1 have had a visit with Dr. and Mrs. Luther Gullck, two peoplo who aro full of Ideas for making pro-clo- us an Increas- tho world better. Many of us havo read Dr. Gullck's books on health of body and mind. Just now ho and hl3 wlfo are absorbed In devising better ways for people to find social lifo and amusoment which they noed but which too often aro now connected with dissipation. For one thing they are organizing a girls "Society of tho Caulp RJro," which I hopo will bring Joy and benefit to many a lonely girl. But I must wrlto of that somo other tlmo. Goodbye. Wm. O. Frost PALACE MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured meats and lard, Fish and Oysters. HIGHEST Call for what you want and get what you call for. MARKET PRICE PAID FOR BUTTER, EQQS, CHICKENS. Leaf Laid, guaranteed pure. Kidd BulUUnc. Corner Main ni RiahawtU 8trta, Berea, Ky. This April IN 23, 1912. D. S. Terrlll, assignee. WORLD NEWS Continued from I'lrit Page U. B. HOftERTS, Prop. lng forces. The rebel leader, howMr. B. F. Amos died Feb. 23, 1912, ever, has designated Gomez Preslago C5 years 6 months and 28 days. dont of the Republic, and Is pressHo was born at Threo Forks, Kening his suit for American recognition. tucky River, 1847, and moved to MadU On the other hand, the Government boii County In 1872. Ho bad been an Is endeavoring to cultivate the good active member of tho Baptist Church will of Uncle Sam. Thero seems to be for moro than thirty years and his no call for our Interference. MEMMORIAM BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE A COMPLETE LINE HARDWARE, PAINTS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES PriceaRUht J. D. CLARKSTON MAIN STREET, near Bank GtveUs .Call Page Six. THE CITIZEN. against Senator Lorlmer was not giv ing me a square deal." lican platform" Subsequently Mr. Taft Interviewed th Republican members of the houso committee on ways and means to the same end. Mr, Roosevelt also approved of this step, Reviewing tbo passage of tho Payne law, the president then aald: "Has Mr. Roosovolt over condomned the Payne bill? Does he say he would not have signed It If It had been presented to him under the conditions that I had to moot? Ha has never said that as far as t know, and the New York platform of 1910, adopted by the convention of which he was part. Indorsed tho Payne bill and ap proved Its passage." The prosldent Inquired If this was a squaro deal? He then reviewed some of the progressive achievements of his administration, and went over the amendments to the Interstate commcrco law In detail, pointing out In each Instance that practically every single objection Mr. Roosevelt now made to that law, ho has himself recommended. Including the commerce court. Repudiates Trust Record. 9. Repudiates His Own Trust Record. Stating tbqt he has taken fre quent pleasure In upholding President Roosevelt's prosecution of Illegal trusts, the president snld: "Now I find Mr. Roosevelt coming the other way, denouncing the t law and denouncing prosecutions under it. He enys thnt the decree In the Stan' dard Oil case Is Ineffective, that the price of stock has gone up and that my administration Is to bo condemned because tho decree was confirmed by tho Supreme court. The truth Is that tho decree as finally entered and enforced was drawn exactly as Mr. In tho bill Roosevelt's attorney-genera- l which by direction of Mr. Roosevelt he filed ngalnst tho Standard Oil Jiad nsked that It be drawn." The president then declared that both the decision against the Standard Oll.compnny and the Tobacco trust hair been more effective than Mr. Roosevelt would admit and that competitive condition had been restored and better prices were ' now Imln? paid than ever beforo. to the tobacco growers and the producers of crude anti-trusccm-pan- May 9. 1912. and test the cakes boforo taking thorn up by thrusting In a cloan straw or Switches en Reciprocity, thin knife blade. If the thing thrust "4. Change of Front on Recipro In comes out with no stickiness cling' city." "Mr. Roosevelt," said the presl Ing to It, tho enke la done. Hag cook dent, "now seeks to take advantage of Ing; prevents crusting over, and there tho supposed feeling among the farm by facilitates rising. It also saves crs of tho country against the reel from burning and avoids the risk of proclty agreement with Canada which Jarring by too much opening of tho Department of Berea College linking powdor can bn oven door. Duplicity of I made and Induced congress to adopt, President Exposes hut which Canada finally rejected. I used In place of soda and cream of (The Citizen is a specimen of His Old Friend. would not object to this as a legit! tartar, but to my thinking the old way our work.) mato argument In a political controIs the best. versy against me and In his favor If Raisin cako Is mado almost the same PRINTS HANtt-ntLI.LETTER. aa pound cake, but takes a llttio longer REPLIES TO EVERY CHARGE the fact were not thnt I consulted him MEADS, CARDS, REPORTS, SERten days before t made tho agreement. and slower baking. stated the arguments pro and con. Every houaohold almost has It own MONS AND DOOKS IN THE P.EST especially the effect of It on agrlcul gingerbread and favorlto Product Proof That Roosevelt Delib tural products, and Hiked him to c n AND AT LOWEST Make them In your own way, but re- MANNER, Him In Misrepresented erately fer with his colleagues on the Outlook member to raaka thorn festive. You PRICES. This Campalan Declares Him as to Its wisdom and public benefit can do this easily by cutting them Menace to Republic and and let me know his and their Judg out In all manner of fancy shapes beYour patronage Is utkt4 to btl COOKING CHILDREN'S GOODIES. sides those already auggosted, from ment. He replied approving the agree to Prosperity. itudonts, and to Insure ment In the most enthusiastic terras many colors white, frosting them In Dy Martha McCulloeh Williams. me for having pink, green, yellow nnd brown, and your getting your money's worth. President Tuft. In threo speeches In and complimenting Lives there a child with nppetlte so sprinkling theai before tho trotting Massachusetts on April 25, person brought It forward." dead that hla month never waters hardens, with tiny colored candles, or CALL AT THE OFFICE OR 8END nlly answered lUe misrepresentations The president then made public a when the word "Ooody" Is mentioned? chopped nuts, or candled peel, or ORDERS nY MAIL. YOU WILL OET cfTheodore Roosevelt of the position letter of his own to Mr. Roosovelt, Goodie of alt sorts are tho especial citron very finely shredded. of the president with respect to the dated Jan. 11, 1011, and a reply from gastronomic delight of all children, Pound cako and raisin cako baked In SATISFACTION. TERMS CASH. AD- -j Issues of this campaign, with respect Mr. Roosevelt the following day. In nnd let me add that goodies of all paper bags can bn cut In cubes, rounds, DRESS m to his administration and to himself Ms letter the president declared he sorts can be made more digestible fingers, or any shape desired, frosted personally Tho president said he re signed the Payne tariff bill not only nnd more dollcloua ay being cooked all over, and be more than ornamental. gretted the necessity of speaking bocause It was a better law than the In paper bags. A eentorplece for a child's party can plainly about his "old frlond" to whom Dlndlcy law, but because It was tic It was an acute social observer who be built In the shape of a log cabin, best he could get. io frankly admitted a personal obligaBEREA, KY. wrote: "Housekeepers Instinctively using alternately long strips frosted Admitting that while a reciprocity tion. The president said, however, add grease and sweetening when cook white and other strips of chocolato (hat tbo situation created by Mr. treaty with Canada might tcmporar Ing for company." The same rule brown. Or It may be whlto and pink, Iloosevelt's personal attacks on him lly have a tendency to reduce the ought to prevaU In cooking for chll or all white, with a roof of frosting and his administration, made further cost of fooJ products tho president dren. hanging along rood cannot bo too rich for snow and Mimes Intolerable, and he answered said ho believed It would. In the end young, thriving creatures, provided It the eaves. Vegetable coloring, which attack, charge by tend to a stability of food prices. Tho Mr. Roosevelt's Is properly proportioned. Perfect Is cheap and perfectly wholesome, can charge. president said also: "Wo shall got a pound cake Is a meal In Itself, ginger- be bought from any first clan grocer. The basis of the president's reply to rovtslon not as heavy a ono as I bread ns perfect, but little less satis Mr. Roosevelt was the well known would like, but n substantial one, To those who have children to edu fying, while as for tea cakes of the NOURISHING BEEF DISHES. "squnro deal" maxim of Mr Roose-relt- . and equivalent certainly to the French right sort, crisp, sugary, melting, an As ho answered each Rcosevolt reciprocity treaty (between Canada and cate and wish to reside in Derea for active healthy child may eat all It I wonder how ninny careful housecharge, the president Inquired: "Have France) and nrobablv more on manu chooses of them, and be better for mothers know stuffed roast beef? To a longer or snorter time to enjoy Its I had a square deal?" In order, these factures." He "also pointed out that tho eating. raako It get two flunk steaks of generubjects were treated by the presl-len- t Canada's entire business, after the Make all theso not merely good, but ous slie, sew them together with clean educational advantaaes. the Cclleae ndoptlon of the treaty, would then be aB follows: attractive to tho eye. Mnke also strong cotton and stuff bag thu "1 Misrepresentation of the Presl-lent'- s conducted through the United States ha a number of houses, lirae and sponge cake, raisin cako and many formed In any way you llko. Tie up Speeches." Under this heading To this letter Mr. Roosevelt replied manners of fancy tartlet. Make them tho steaks. Iluttor them wnll over the small, some of them partly furnished, "It seems to me that what you prothat Mr. President Taft decla-e- d Individual In that will He the su cutslde. pose to do with Canada Ir. admirable Slip Into a well buttered Roosevelt had dellberntetly misreprepremo charm. paper bag plenty Inrge enough to hold to rent on reasonable terms. Address sented him when he said: "Mr Taft from every standpoint. I firmly be Hcgln by cutting a big bag length them, add a tablespoonful of water, defines the Issue when ho says that lieve In free trade with Canada for Is and should be n both economic and political reasons. Diir government wise into strips two Inchos wide. cook In a hot oven three minutes, then As you say. labor cost Is substantially government of all the people by a Orcaso each strip half an Inch from turn off the heat more than half and the same In the two countries, so that oil. ono edge, and cut blunt notche Into cook for forty minutes more. Very THE COLLEGE TREASURER part of tho people?" 10. Who Represents the Interests tho creae, s of an Inch heavy steaks may tako longer, and "The excerpt which Mr. Roosevelt you are amply Justified by the plat BEREA, KY. Whether In This Contest? lti reply to the part. From another bag. split opun. light ones a shorter timo. Sliced uses Is taken from my ispeech at To- form. (Republican, 190S). charge that he represents the Inter cut round or ovals, four to five Inches onions laid around the steak will flavor "It Is gar- Canada will accept such reciprocity ledo." said tho president. Fasten tho notched strip to the meat and the gravy. This dish bled. I did not say this 'should bo' a do not know, but It Is greatly to your ests In this contest, the president said across. government of all the peoplo by a rep- credit to make the effort It may dam the record of his administration af- these with small clips, letting the can be left standing In tho bag quite resentative part of the people I said age the Republican party for a while, forded the best answer His long rec totches stand outside and clipping the n while after cooking. Heating It up It Ms a government of all tho people but It will surely benefit the party In ord of pmbccutlons, without fear or nds where they come together. Thus makes It as good ns ever. the end, especially If you tackle wool, favor, he said, "must show to a fair foil have a tiy a representative part of the peoIndividual Take four pounds of round beef the minded public that this administration --- v. ple.' and It Is. I pointed out that this cottoa, etc., as you propose. to be filled, aftor buttering, best cut. Rub over liberally with buthas no favorites nmong the law yours. "Ever government of ours Is a government ita aaythlrs yoa like. Filled, the ter or clarified drippings, hut do not breakers, or those seeking special mould are slid Insi-J"THEODORE ROOSEVELT. by the adult voting males In order to a large lightly salt, and put Into n bag, which has I privileges." submit that Mr. Roosevelt's greased bag, the bag set on u trivet, been thickly buttered, along with half show tho necessity for constitutional course on reciprocity Is not In accord restrictions to protect the and after scaling, baked In the oven. a can of tomatoes or three large fresh Menace to Business. Nurse Training School of among the people against the possible with the square deal." said the presl' Let the cakes cool In tho moulds, ones, peeled and chopped, one minced 11. A Menace to the Whole Rust- Injustice and aggression of a major- dent. then tear away tho paper and frost onion, ono small red pepper, three ness Community. "One of the real Berea College Answers Fraud Charges. ity of the voters. Was It honest? Wan reasons why Mr- - Rposevclt ought net them or decorate them with candy or cloves and six grains of alsplco. Score It fair In Theodore Roosevelt to seize 5. Charges of Fraud. Concerning tho beef lightly on top so aa to press ; to be selected as a candidate of nnv cut. HAS REST OPERATING ROOM one sentence from a sreech. to garble tho chorge that he "had received sto party Is the natural distrust tho nhole Hero Is Mamm's Pound Cake and the spices Into It, Cover It with the It and then give It a meaning which len goods," the president characterized business community will liave In better never went In anybody's mouth. tomatoes, onion, etc.. and lay on them AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES he knew from the context It could not the charge of Mr. Roosevelt and Sen to the measures which Mr Take ten eggs, a pound of flour, sifted a lump of butter or dripping roltcd In bear? Do the people of Massarhti-rett- s atnr Dixon as "Insulting" and "hyster Roosevelt will propose In order to f. with two teaspoonfuls of cream tartar salted flour. Add n tablespoonful of FOR CARE OF A LIMITED NU.MRER think that this Is a square deal?" Ira!" Ho pointed out that the charge feet a revolution In the Interest of o-- nnd ono of soda, a imund of sifted vinegar and water mixed, Seal bag OF PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREATwith reference to Kentucky had bwn clai Justice which he advocates so fcugar, Charge 33 to Cosies. of a pound of tight, and cook very slowly for three "2 Unfair Charge as to Mosses " shown to be untrue In tho Kentucky strongly and defines so vaguely." rtt best butter, a wineglass of brandy or hours. A gas Jet turned half down MENT fSREATLY INCREASES PROSconvention Itself where tho charges In reply to the charge that "bosses' dared the president Stntlug that Mr. sherry, n tablespoonful lemon extract. gives about tho right heat. Take from PECTS OF RECOVERY. wore withdrawn; that In New York Koosevelt s pronouncement were supporting his ondldncy Presl with re Cream tho butter very light with half tho bug. pour out the gravy In dent Taft pointed out that William tho Roosevelt committee hnd a re. spect tn the control of brslness at firs the sugar, add tho other half to the saucepan If you want It thickened Rate One Dollar a day and up. Tllnn of Pittsburgh. Pa., "one of tho courso to tho courts but did not take met with favor nmong certain bulres: ;olks of the eggs after beating them with browned flour; otherwise. In tho Hand for prompt payment required. worst municipal bosses that the his It and that In Indianapolis the charge Interests, the president paid the pro foamy light, and then beat ngaln. Put boat. The meat will bo ery tender tnry of that state knows." Walter of fraud was made "before the polls enm outlined by his Columbus speech In the butter nnd sugar, mix well, add and delicious. For further particulars address Yorkshlro pudding does not abso flrown of Ohio, "the only bo?R In full were opened. had so greatly nlarnvod business tint tho liquor noxt, then half tbo flour, "Tho truth Is." said the preside!!' lutely demand cooking underneath It "rould only contemplate the danger putting in a cupful nt a time. commission In the state." and William Fold In evident to the security of nil business bv tilt next part of tho egg whites which roast To go with this round roast. Ward of New York were supporting "thnt It has been perfectly from the llrst that the deliberate plan threatened undermln'ng of our consti should be beaten so stiff that they you can make It thus. Heat two eggs Mr. Roosevelt Senator Crane of Massachusetts, whom Mr Roosevelt of Senator Dixon has been to claim tutional government and his attach will stick to the Inverted dish. Add separately very light, then ndd to BEREA, KY. has mentioned. President Taft said. everything exultlngly and with the ut upon tho Independence of the Judi tho est of tho flour, then the last of them alternately a cup of sweet milk the had "three times been Invited by Mr most confidence and to meet tho re ciary. Stir In the lemon ex- and two cups of flour, sifted with half Roosevelt Into his cabinet and that ports of the election of adverse dele. I affirm that the nomination of Mr. tract last of oil. Pour Into thickly a teaspoonful salt, nnd a tenspoonful gates by directing In advance the Roosevelt would extend through the buttered bags or very thin tin mould baking powder Mix smoothly, pour Mr. Roosevelt had Invited him to man ago bis presidential campaign contests. It Is business community a feeling of such thickly buttered. Seal the loaded bag Into a very well greased bag, seal, al In bringing of trumped-uhardly necessary to say that this Is distrust as to the future ns to Inter- - and set on a trivet In tho oven. Put lowing room for riling, lay Hat ou a 1901." "when i consider the engernes.i not in accordance with the square fere with the good times which. If moulds Inside greased bags, soil and wire mat and cook for twonty-f- l deal. with which Mr. Roosevelt has acceptbusiness Is let alone and rrsent con put on tho grid shelf. Have tho oven minutes In a fairly hot oven. 6. The Unfounded Charge as to th ed In his various campaigns the asMeat roll Is a good end for cold lean ditions continue, will expand Into tho hot enough to turn white paper yollow sistance of Mr. Aldrlcu. Mr. Cannon, Use of Patronage. "I do not deny." most encouraging prosperity: and this In (lve minutes, if the paper scorches roast beef. Mlnco or grind It lino, sea' said the president, "that under the will bring happiness to wago earners, It Is too hot cool It by setting n very son with salt, pepper, tiny blta of but' Mr. Penrose. Mr. Quay. Mr. Piatt. Mr Foraker and many other men." said present system of appointments Fed "rho are more Injuriously affected by shallow pan of cold water upon tho tcr, a little lemon Julco and a pinch of the president. "I do not hesitate to cral office holders will be Interested disturbance of business than any oth- Door Just beforo putting in tho cako. powdered herb, Roll out puff paste In politics and tako part therein and er members of the community." say that it Involves the moat auda Tako out the pan after a fow minute, to less than a quarter Inch thickness ad. is directed at the of course, first turning down the gas Make It In long strips. Spread tbo .clous effrontery on his part to attack will support those to whoso appoint President on Third Term. who has all the ment they attribute their preferment. flame, or pushing In the damper to meat thinly upon them, roll up, pinch me because men he characterizes a In conclusion tho president took up business in his line in Ijosrcb are now supporting me This Under present conditions, howover the "third term" Issue. Quoting Mr. rcduco heat. Cook at moderate heat the ends together tight, put lti a but this community. Is peculiarly unfair on his part In view and under the policy which has been done Roosevelt's announcement that he until to an through. It will tako an tered bag with a little stock or water I Mr. Merchant political history pursued In this administration, there wojld You say of his hour and a half, accord- or left over gravy, also a small lump no circumstances" bo a hour "under ing to the thickness of tho cakes. of butter, seal and cook till the pastry you've Rot it alL You're selland Is another Instance of his depart- are In office today at least 70 per cent candidate again, the president said: of tboue who were In office by appoint Midway tho baking thoy should bo Is brown the time depending someing from the rule of n square deal." ing them all they'll buy, any. "If ho had frankly announced thnt ment under Theodore Roosovelt. In no shifted from tho grid shelf set what ou tho slzo and number of the "3 False Statements In IorImer how. But at the same time nad ciiangea inn mind no one low on these the broiler, those from the rolls. Vase to People of Illinois." In this view of his candidacy. It Is naturat would be disposed to hold him tn a you would like more business. connection President Taft said Mr that a great number of theso office- promise of that sort merely because broiler put high, so that thoy will cook (Copyright, 1911, by the Assoclttod Make this community buy Koosevelt had made It appear that a holders should favor him rather than .he had raado It, The promise and his evenly. Make holes in tho bag tops Uterary Press.) more. In Illinois would be me. and such Is tho fact, and Mr. treatment of It only throw an Informvote cast for Taft I Advertise strongly, consistji vote for Lorlmer "I have not seen Roosevelt cannot be Ignorant of It. ing light on the value that ought to ently, judiciously. In spite of the very great activity of a Mr. Lorinier for two years and have bo attached to any promise of this J Suppose you can buy a lot liad no communication with or from number of such officers against mo. kind ho may make for the future Tho not n single man of them has been reof washtubs cheap; advertise Mm." he said. "I did not ask his Oy Nicolas Soyer, Chef of Brooks Club, London. Important fart Is that his declaration a big washtub sale in this paHe did not tender It to mo. Any moved." Tho President then cited the fact waB the statement of a principle es Duckling with Turnips: Thoroughly per. Put in an inviting picInfluence he may have given In my sential to tho welfare of thu rerubllr." butter a paper bag, place tho duckling excellent cooked after this recipe. ifavor was not bocause he liked me. that Federal referees In control of Lima Beans: Take a quart of Lima ture of a washtub where The president then reviewed Mr. but because he felt moro bitter tO' patr?nago In Alabama, Louisiana and Roosevelt's various claims for support Inside, cut a few, slice of carrot and beans, ndd two ounces of butter, four people can sec it the minuto Texas, besides seven governors of turnip into fancy shapos. cut up a ouncus of diced ham, a llttio sugar ward Mr. Roo3ovelt." The president they look at your ad. Talk on the ground of merit and concluded then quoted In full a letter be had states supporting Mr. Roosevelt, all that ho had offered no substantial, few blanched spring onions, nnd ndd nnd salt, a teaspoonful of flour and strong on washtubs. And sweet herbs to tnstti. himself written to Mr. Roosevelt on had their office holders opposing the constructive remedy for any evil of a bouquet garni. Pour In threo Put lu n you'll find every woman in president. In view of his extreme of tomato sauco and a grcasod bag with half a pint of wator Jan. 6, 1911. In which ho outlined the which ho complained. "We are left wineglassful this vicinity who has been of Madeira. Season with and cook for sixty minutes In a modfttops bo wan taking to tin to Lorlmer fairness In the matter tho president to Infer, therefore, that 'the Job' which salt and pepper according to taste. getting along with a rickety said: "The Influenro of Federal officeerate oven. unseated In the senate and stating Mr Roosevelt Is to perform Is ono washtub for years and years to fifty-fivminSpinach: Pick over and thoroughthat Senators Root. Burton. Nelson holders In the Chicago convention will that may take a long time." said the Cook for forty-fivwill buy a new one from you. utes, according to tho slzo of the bird. ly wash two pounds of spinach, loavo und others had bocomo Interested nt bo less effective for any one candi president, "perhaps tho rest of his J That's creative business Chicken a la Rolne: Tako a fowl the vegctablo as wet oh you can, and his suggestion. He pointed out to date than ever beforo In tho history natural life. There Is not the slighta trussed as for boiling, and rub It well put In n bag. Mr. Roosevelt bow they could best of tho party." The president then In- est reason why, If ho secures a power. of third over with a spilt onion. Place It In and It title salt. Add pinch bagsugar work together on the case and quoted quired If his treatment on this Issue term, and tho limitation of Seal tho a and the Wash- a bug and add to It a gill thlrty-flvKcnator Ilorah of Idaho as ono of the by Mr. Roosovelt was a sample of the ington, Jefferson minute. Then OURj AD. RATES ARE RIGHT and tradi of good stock. Add also a sprig of cook for men 'he bad consulted before writing squaro deal, stand the broiler bearing thu bag over tion Is broken down, ho should not CALL ON US parsley, a bay loaf, a sprig of sweet a large plate, and prick the bottom Mr. Roosevelt. Roosevelt and Cannon. have as many more terms as his nnd, If obtainable, two or of the bag In such a wuy as to allow "I make this letter public only to Roosovelt and Cannon. llluptlbt,UM.Ii W N.U.) Presl. natural llfn will permit. If lie Is herbs, spring onions, all tied together. nil tho water to run out. show that of all the people In the dent Taft said Mr. Roosevelt had ncccstary now to the government, why three world Theodore Roosovolt ought to charged that "I deserted the progres- not lator? rlco Take four ounces of Fruit Salad: Take four peolcd and liave known, and did know, that I was sives and became a reactionary." Ho add It to the, fowl. Place the thinly sliced bananas, half a pound of Th,o president then concluded by and not a partisan of Lorlmer, did not told how. with tho approval of Mr. saying: "One who so lightly rugards bag on the broiler, simmer very slow-l- well washed and dried Hambum TRADE MORAL Tho quality l sympathize with him, and never gave Rosevelt. lie hud bad a meeting with the constitutional principle, In a moderate oven until unJ espe- Is cooked, then dish up tbo the fowl grapes, ditto strawberries, an npplo, Mr. Roosevelt or any one else the Joseph 0. Cannon, the then speaker cially the Independent of tho fowl on and two large oranges. Pinch oacb Judi a what you have to sell Is known slightest reason to suppose I bad of tho house, with a view to bringing ciary, ono who Is so naturally Impa hot dish, remove thu herbs and grape slightly.- - Hull thu strawberchanged my mind. I submit to tho empty tho rice Into a fresh bag. Add ries, peel and sllco the apple and oruout a revision of tho tar'ff. This tient of legal restraints, and of due to some peoplo all of the tlmo Kople tii Massachusetts that, with his occurred beforo his own Inauguration Mix all well tolegal procedure, and wh'j- - nas so mis to It a tablespoonful of stock, a gill anges very thinly. knowledge of the facts. Mr and after he had ascertained that Mr. a tittle grated lomon peel, gether In a deep bowl. Pour ovor a Intlmuit and all of the people some of understood what liberty regulated by of cream, nutmeg, and pepper Hoosoi-'jiflinking of my name with Cannon could not bo dufeated and salt small bottli of raspberry syrup and for, law Is, could not safe!) bo Intrusted a dust of the time, but advertiso reguLorlmer's was for the purpose of In speaker In the houpe. At that meeting' with successive presidential terms. I to taste. Mix thoroughly, add thu a tablosponnful of brandy. Mix well. duclng the people of Illinois to vol yolk of an egg, make hot Lcuve on tpe till needed. Mr. Cannon promised to help Mr. Taft suy this sorrowfully, but I say It wltt' again on larly with us and you'll roach ngnlnst me n account of their felln tbo broiler and serve at once. (Copyright 1311, by tho Bturgla A redeem tho promise of the Repub the full conviction of Ita truth." Turkey and fillet of veal are both all of the people all of tho time. II ANSWERS COL ROOSEVELT mm m Berea Printing School 9, teo-cak- o. Berea Printing School candy-Icicle- s Houses to Rent three-quarter- 1 THE Berea Hospital non-vote- three-quarte- THE BEREA HOSPITAL egg-whit- p THIS well-know- A Paper Bag Dinner sup-lior- L e e d y wolt-beatc- May 9, 1912. TIPS FOR Plant Sweet LOVER OF FLOWERS In THE CITIZEN. Trenches Six Peas Inches Deep Chrysanthemums Qrow From 8eed or Cuttings. Page Seven. GOOD MANAGEMENT OF LIMA BEAN CROP FOR FAIR RETURNS Plant la Easy to Grow nnd Not Hard to Cultivate Farmer Sliould Grow Them no n Specialty and Sell on Lara;o Market or Direct to Consumer-Experie- nce of Growers. rd a year or two than nn frnli land. Manuro woll nnd mark out rows rour feet apart and put hen mnnuro In tho furrow, covering It three or four inches C. II. V Conn. "1 prefer role bcanB for home use, &R thev nre tnnri nrn1lfln nn nmflt. nblo, but grown on a Icrge scale tho poies nre too hard to get and nro too cxnenrlve." O. W. K.. Kv. "Where poles are easily gotten, polo inning are the most profllable. They navo much larger vines and benp bet tor than the dwarf " M. A. a C. "A pole Lima will outbear a bush bran and will not rot so badly In wot na-nr- Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OP THE MOUNTAINS What Are Your Talents? What Are Your Aims? Berca Has the Training That is Best For YOU. Are you not far advanced 7 Then enter tbe FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Horn you will bo placed with others like yourself, under a speclnl teacher, and mike most rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and the common branches and be ready to use them. You will havo Blnglng, drawing, farm and household management, nnd free One year In the Foundation School costs less than $1)0 and Is worth $1,000. Aro you aiming to bo n teacher? Then Join the NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Here you will bo that you will fear no examination, nnd you will bo taught how to teach. The demand for Ilorea trained teachers far exceeds the supply. Are you interested In earning moneyT THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. Marsh, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Business Course, Etc. Here you soon double your earning power, nnd learn to enjoy doing things In a superior manner. Arc you desiring the next best thing to a College Course? Then take two years or three years In the GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. or threo years, In such practical studies as will fit you for an honorable nnd useful life. You select your studies from such ns those: Physiology the science of health; Civics the science of government; Grammar EUhlcs tho science of right tho art of correct speech nnd and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence; Dotany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady; Physics the science of machinery; Drawing, Ilookkeeplng, etc, etc. Do you wish to preparo to enter College? Start In the EREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. Best training In Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. Tho s Academy has Its own and Men's Dormitory, and a large body of students of high character and ability, able instructors, and use of Col-leLibrary and apparatus. text-bookDook-DlndlnTwo-yearletter-writinclass-room- roots by which This will give TREES to withstanding hotter heat by And tho dry ns Plant as thiy Mutt Have Abundance of Sun by.Hoot room soonfair possible all tbo poll Is In light and Air to Produce Dett beautiful white Day Lily asks. It Is Results How to Cut. perfectly hardy, likes moist situations, but will do with llttlo water. A plant If wo want strong, hrnllhy trees In for tho busy housewife. Do woodlot It la Just db Important Chrysanthemums may be raised thai wo thin out the trees n It Is to from seeds or from cuttings and Ihln out the young fruit. Tho pictures sprouts from old roots. If tho seeds liow what may bo nccompllshcil by nro sown early In boxes and trans planted tbo plants will bloom tho first year. There may bo many poor onos THINNING ill Plant tho sweot peas early in trenches fully tlx Inches deep, cover ing but lightly at first, drawing tho soli around tho plants as they reach tip. OF FOREST 'mBm my C. M. CLINTON.) To mnke money with Lima beans ono should grow them as n specialty and sell on tho large mnrkct or direct to consumors, If possible. If this Is not desirable, It Is best to mako an arrangement with one commission house which makes a specialty of this clsss of vegetables and ship to him dally as long as the season lasts. Tho dwarf Lima beans nro sports of tho climbing variety. Thero nro three types of oach, tho most popular of the from seed. climbing beans being the truo Llmas, Do not forget tho hardy evcrblootn large, with hrond Ing ryes when ordering. Include pods. flat and slender, are comparaTho dwarf Llmas some hardy flowering vines for tively new and possess all the denim-hlscreens for the porches, back fences table qualities of tbe pole Llmas, nnd summer arbors. Pralrlo roses xhllo tholr low stature makes cultivaevergreen honeysuckles, woodbines tion canler. clematis In variety, wistarias, bitter Thn ground for Lima beans should sweet, trumpet vino and tho harmless bo plowed early, but not until tho soil wood Ivies aro all (Inc. o ATTENTION FOR YOUNG TREES Qround Should Oe Forked Up and Well Mellowed and Then Covered Two Inches with Manure. Spring-plantefruit and ornamental trees and bushes should havo tho d 'fillip Strong and Straight. thinning. They are from photographs inken by A. V llnwoa, Unto forester of Connecticut. In Fig. 1 tbo trees In tbo center of tho tfroup nre strong and straight, but Ian smaller ones form a mars of foil mo, the removal of which helped tbo 51 tiers. 1 bis Is shown by tbo trees In Fig. 2. Tho trees left standing are now exposed to tbo light and free from .he supping by tho mass of foliage and imall trees which havo been removed md wilt grow Into strong, tnll trees. In cutting maturo timber tho chief :onccrn Is to sccuro satisfactory repro duction as soon na possible. Tbo group method Is generally tho best idoptcd for farm woodlots. Select n ipot, or several spots, If one will not upply what Is wanted, whero tho for- fst crop Is rlp'st possibly overripe ind clear, with duo care for young trowtb, a hole In the forest, taking care that tho diameter of this bole Is aot mora than' two or three times tbo bclgbt of tho surrounding trees. Gradually widen theso boles by cut ting In concentric rings about them until tho whole area has been cut aver. It should bo borno In mind, however. that If In any ono year mare wood Is ground forked up and well mollowcd and then covered two Inches deep with long manure, strnw, corn stalks rotted leaves, weeds or ireshly cut grabs. This mulch will keep tho soil cool nnd moist. If tho summer Is hot and dry give to each tree ono or two of wnter. ipply tho water lato In the evening, spread It slowly nround the trunk of treo so It can reach tho roots. If the water Is dnshed against tho stem most of It will run off the hard ground nnd It will be of little benctlt to tbo treo, bur-kef- s Garden Cart and Wheelbarrow. On nn nvcrago fully ono-lial- f of tho trees that dto the first summer could have been saved had they been prop erly mulched and given a llttlo water whon needed. Young trees planted In exposed po sitions, where they are liable to heavy wind and rainstorms, should be staked and tho trees tied to tbo stakes wltb a rye straw or canvas band. An old sail cut into strips makes excellent bands. To keep the roots from being loosened, whero ground Is soft, placo four or vo largo stones on top of tho mulch close up to the stem of tree, Two of tbo most bandy implements on the farm for general, work, are tbe wheel barrow nnd cart. 11 three-wheele- d A Mass of Foliage. cut than grows on tho whole woodlot In that jenr tho necessary wood capital Is diminished. 'horo tbo whole nrea Is cut over co the part cut first had tlmo to tjfc-- to maturity a period will havo to follow during which the woodlot will stop paying dividends. Ready for Young Trees. Whllo tbe stock Is coming, prepare tho ground. It will not bo necessary to add new soli as tbo trees bavo been selected wltb reference to tho kind found whero tbey aro to bo planted. Dig very large holes nnd fill them In, Tho trees always do better in tilled ground than tbey do in that which has not been broken up. If tbo land la sod. It wouKl bo well to plow the en tiro strip, ns grass Is n great enemy to newly planted things. When the trees arrive, tako them at onco to soma frlablo land near whero tbey aro to be planted and heel them In. Nursery stock 13 often injured by being kept too long In boxes. After tbo plants aro heeled In It will be safe to trans, plant them to permanent places any time within a week or ten days from tbo umo of their arrival. weather. The bush Limn Is early, and means a great deal In the mar ket, and tbe paving of poles makes them cheaper to grow." L. U., Texas "Hut few Llmas aro grown here on account of the short season. Hush varieties nro therefore best, as they mature earlier. A. A. It., Minn. "Wo have planted bush Lima beans for the past threo seasons. This year shall plant no other kind. Planted alongside pole Llmas they have borno right along during tbe dry season, while tbe pole Llmas did very little good. The beans arc smaller, but tbe quality fine. I. 13. M., Ind. Tho dwarf varieties have not proved as reliable as tbo pole kinds In wet seasons the pods nre too near tho ground nnd they mildew. In very dry seasons tbey do not do a well as tbo polo varieties." G. O., Pa. "I havo ceased to crow polo Llmas, as the bush beans have proved more profitable with me." J. J. K., Ohio. "Llmas grow to perfection here. Push them In the soil, eye down. In enrly May. Can plant about four times as ninny bush beans on same area as of the pole sorts; but with same treatment a pole wilt make eight times ns many, and thus give twice the crop that the bush beans docs. The Large White Lima Beans. bush gets In market first and comof course, and If cheap labor can bo mands n better price, but the pods bod, this Is the proper way to dlsposo are scarce." J. J., Ky. of them. "With me the pole beans have done Tbe Lima bean Is a favorite vege best, but my neighbor has beet suctable everywhere and Is grown In all cess with busb Llmas." M. A. P., sections of tho country. Tho experi- Mich. ence or rather, opinions, of growers "Bush beans have been a failure In various parts of the United States wltb me, while polo Llmas havo been ns to tho merits of polo or bush beans Just tho reverse. I havo grown thera will be of Interest. at tbo rate of over sixty bushels to the in this latitude Lima beans should acre. I plant from May 20th to Juno not bo planted before May 20th. They 10th, In drills tbreo feet apart nnd do better on land that has been work- - six Inches In tbo drill." A. It. I., Neb. Is In good condition. Beano should be dropped In rows four feet apart every eighteen Inches and covered, lightly. Deep planting Is fatal. It the weather is wet the least possible Boll tay a quarter of on Inch, Is enough to draw over tho bean. It requires about on- bnlf bushel of seed per acre. Tho IJma bean docs not need for tlllzers containing nitrogen, because It gets all It needs from the nlr, but should have plenty of phosphorus, Fertilizers should bo put on nftcr the plants nro up nnd growing nicely. Tho plants should bo well hoed before tho vines commence to run, and as soon as the ground dries off after rain, they should be lightly boed and the surface kept loose. It Is Important to study tbo demand of tbe market, because some consumers require tbe plump potato-beawhile others will bavo nothing but tho large, flat variety. When grown on a largo scalo, the beans nro sold In bags, and bring from $1,50 to $3.00 per bag, tho low prlco being nt tho close of tho season. When shelled and packed Into neat boxes, they bring much better prices, ge Dwarf Lima Beans, Rather Late. that Berea College DR. EDWARD C. DOWNING, DEAN. , The College Iticlf stands apart from all the other schools under Its management and has long maintained the highest standards known In the South. To conform to the Carnegie standards we have diminished our former requirements! Required and elective studies with opportunity to concentrate In particular lines. Latest college library In Keutucky. Laboratories equipped for student practice. Courses leading to tho degrees of A. B., B. S U. L., and B. Ped. MUSIC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory, Band, may be taken for special fees In connection with work in any of tne above schools. Questions Answered Berea College, with Its affiliated), Berea, Friend of Working Students. It requires certain fees, but schools, Is not a money-makininstitution. it expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of Its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for students to earn nnd save In every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, wltb careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. ,Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and ImpVove. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents in Berea live In College buildings, ana assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except In winter It is expected that all will havo a chance to earn a part of their expenses. Write to Uie Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothlns. laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate la tho best, but as students must attend classes regardless of tho woather, warm wr.vu nnd underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary. The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. 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 ana towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, In the fall, and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to CO cents for each person. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for SCHOOL FEES are two. return of room key, library books, etc. This Is 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 teachprs all our Instruction Is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students Is 55.00 a term. $0.00 lu Academy nnd Normal, and $7.00 in Collo-giat- e courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE. Incidental fee nnd room rent by the term, board by tbo bait term. Installments are as follows: Vocational Academy and Foundation College. School. and Normal. FALL TERM $ COO $ 7.00 $ COO Incidental Fee 7.00 6.60 7.00 Boom 9.45 9.45 9.45 Board, 7 weeks Amount due Sept. 13. 1911 Beard 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 $29.C0 $ E.OO COO FIGHT AGAINST INSECT NUISANCE Never Falling Remedy Asainot Aphta, Onion Tliripo and Other Socking Oardtn Peats. EGG TESTER IS QUITE USEFUL With Very Llttlo Tlmo and Labor and Practically No Expcnou Ilamly Device Can le Made. MULCHING FOR FRUIT VINES Practice Prevents Growth cf Weeds, Retains Moisture and Adds Needed Humus to Soli. successful West Virginia raspberry grower gives tbo following reasons A for mulching: It prevents the growth of weeds. It retains molsturo In tho toll. It adds humus, one of tbo necessary elements. It kcopa the fruit clean and mud at picking tlmo. It saves labor, tbo cost of mulching an acre with forest leave or straw not exceodlng $16. It provents deep freezing. raoro solid for It makes the cultivation and better for shipping purposes. It prevents the bsklng of the soil caused by tramping at picking time. It has the disadvantage of encouraging mice and establishing a surface root system. However, we have not noticed any serious damage from either of these effects. The cost of growing' raspberries by nature's method, as I like to call It, Is not very great. Picking Is a nice job where thor is no mud, no weeds and where the canes bavo been properly pruned. Don't tear any old canes standing pa'lha Hold pro-ven- ts Kvcrgrcens ought to be planted as early as possible. when buds begin to swell tbo tlmo Is right to Pruno sparingly and a little every year, is tho best plan. Just as soon now as frost Is out, the ground will bo ready for treo planting. In that order for fruit trees, you can't go wrong by putting In a few Jonathan applos. Tho era of tho haphazard and care- Ices horticulturist and agriculturist has passed away. s For orchard spraying a boso Is best, and In or balf-lnclengths of CO feet. Soil for strawberries should bo a deop, rich loam, capable of holding a good deal of molsturo. It Is not a good plan to plant trees whllo tbo ground is wet and soggy. Let it dry out a little. Don't get tho Idea that you cannot obtain satisfactory results from spraying Just because your neighbor failed. He euro that nil of your hose coup lings aro of tho same size so that any two longths may be coupled together. Any tendency to fancy. bhaped flower beds and fancy flower stands and such KTtmcracks should be firmly suppressed. Do not, expect satisfaction from bordeaux mixture that baa stood for as much m 24 hours. It deteriorates top-grafthree-eighthh ny e. w. anuss.) Keroseno emulsion Is ono of tho standard remedies In tho combat against Insect pests. It Is mado by boiling one pound of wbalo oil, or caustic potash soap, or one quart of soft soap In two gallons of soft water. When the soap Is dissolved pour the solution Into tho sprayer, adding two gallons of kerosene. Then pump Into Itself until the compound has the consistency of buttermilk and its bulk has Increased to nearly flvo gallons. This Is tho stock solution. For spraying two parts of tho stock with 9 or 10 parts of soft water. I cannot rec ommend a stronger solution. This Is a nover falling remedy against the aphis, onion tbrlps, and other sucking Insect?. lilting Insects, too, will suc cumb if fho spray touches them. For best results the spraying must be four or Ave times In Intervals of Ave to seven days. It must not bo used on vegetables of which tho leaves are eaten. o neighbors With a very llttlo time and labor and practically no expense whatever tho farmer can make an egg tester with which ho can tell tho fertile from tbo Infertile eggs. Uy testing the eggs before, placing them under the lieu In the incubator, tho farmer ran Increase tho percentage of eggs batched In many cases this percentage can al most be doubled. To mako tbo tester take a cracker box and placo in it an ordinary band lam)). In ono side cut n small bole Just tho size of tho efg when It In hold with tbo largo end up. Mako this opoulug nbout on a lercl with the lamp. It It: best to test thuja ut night lu u dark room. Perhaps tho most pronounced of fertility of an eg Is the clearly defined air space nt the largo er.d of the cgtf nt.d a cloudy appearance, densest at thu upper part of the egg. An absolutely Infertile tug or ono whoso germs will not develop sufllciently Is ono which is clear or near so throughout Heavy icd dots In tbo egg Indicate dead genu. When tho farmer begins to nave eggs for batching purposes, ho naturally wonders bow many of them nro fertile and how many aro worthless for hatching. A great many make tbo ben the tester. That Is, they set tho eggs, and If they hatch they attribute It to good luck, and it tbey nro all sterile, tbey charge the result to bad luck and wonder why they cannot hrve as pronounced success as their $22.45 9.45 $31.90 $31.40 $ 6.00 $23.45 9.45 $32.90 Total for term If paid In advanc WINTER TERM Incidental Fee $32.40 8 7.00 7.20 9.00 $23.20- 9.0O $32.20 $31.70 $ 7.00 6.00 6.75 $18.75 C.75 $25.50 noom Board, C weeks 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $28.50 $ 5.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $30.70 $ COO Amount duo Jan. 3, 1912 Board C weeks, due Feb. 14, 1912 Total for term If paid In advance SPRING TERM Incident!! Fee Koom Hoard, 5 4.00 5.00 C.75 weeks C.75 Amount due March 27. 1912 Board, 5 weeks, due May 1, 1912 $15.75 C76 $22.50 $22.00 $17.75 6.75 $24.50 $24.00 Total for term If paid In advanc $25.00 Teach Dairy 8ecreta. The University of Missouri Is pre paring to establish dairy demonstra tion farms In different parts of tho state. A traveling Instructor will teach farmers tbo use of tho Habcock test, selection of animals and other dairy secrets. Plan Now, Come March 27th Any able bodied young man or young woman can get an education at Herea If thero !s tho "ill to do so. It It h great ndvuntuge to start in the Fall and have a full yoar of Many young peoplo wnsto tlmo In tho public schools gcliifc study. over mid over tho same things, when they might be Improving mueh fastor by coming to Korea and Btnrting In on new studies with some of the best young men and women, from other counties und States. Mako your plans to come March 27th. Fur Information or friendly advice write to tbe Secretary, Ostrich Raising. when done spraying each day, run Some farmers in southeastern Mis some clean wator through tbe pump, to wash out tho spray mixture and souri are expsrimecUng with ostrich avoid corrosion of tbe working parts. talslnjf. quickly. D. WALTER MORTON, berea, ky Page Eight. J. Pittsburg. Ho THE CITIZEN. L. Jonea has moved to has boon elected prln- clpnl for the Pittsburg Qradcd School tho coming term. There aro 376 In tho census enrollment. pu-T- May 9, 1913. I East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Ho corttipeadmrt pofcltihf aaVis il(Bd la full tjr tie w rim, tsirt li not (or pakllcitlos, but is aa tTldsoct of rood falta. Wilts pUlol, VIVA Itt JACKSON COUNTY Melt V.r. was McKee, May C A convention held hero last Saturday to elect precinct committeemen for tho two McKeo precincts. Kdward Gabbard was elected for ono precinct and J. K. Sparks for tho other. Dr. Hornsby nnd wlfo have lccn visiting at Burn-In- g A Springs for several days. school picnic was held last Wednesday In I. It. HaycB Hold. A largo number of students nnd their friends Hev. I. T. Messier wrro present. preached In the chapel last Sunday morning. Hoy Mulllns went to Ann-vlllast Tuesday. School closed hero on May 3. Tho commencement wcro held Friday night. exercises Mary Thoso who graduated were: Tarmer, Vcrna Engle, Fairy Ileynolds, Henry Gray, sanrord iainnan, win Hays and Leonard Farmer. Dan Gab bard and Leonard Wedlock went on a fishing trip to Laurel Fork last Saturday. J. F. Englo bought a flno saddle nnd buggy horso last week. J. It. Llewellyn and wlfo left hero for a visit to North Carolina last week. Stanley Englo mado n trip to Drassflcld last week. J. W. Mulllns mado a trip to Livingston last Saturday. Miss Myrtle Ulack, of Clay County, has been visiting Sudlo Baker hero for several days. lo OWSLEY COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENT I am a candldato for Assessor of Owsloy County. I am ono of tho each of whom has always supported tho Republican party and this Is tho first tlmo In llfo that cither of us over asked tho peoplo ot our county for office. I havo nlways stood for morality and for noarly twenty years I havo been pleading for cleanliness and hon esty In elections and I am In favor of strict enforcement of tho laws. Robert F. Wilson. TIIHIN Turin, May 1. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilson, n girl, on the 2Sth. Elkanah Winn and family left today for Hamilton, Ohio, where ho expects to find employment. Mar ried at tho bride's home, Mr. Algin Cecil to Miss Lucy Price. Tho brido Is a daughter of Judge Prlco of this County; tho groom, a son of Iao County's Jailer. Lllllo Estep Is visiting "Mrs. Ellen Malnous this week. Mrs. Molllo Malnous and Mrs. Martha Hall of Posey visited Rebecca Young. Tuesday, of this week. Jeff Hnmmons and family leavo this week for Lexington, where they will mako their future home. Mr. LUt Hogg will movo Jnto tho property vacatMrs. Racner, ed by '.Mr. Hammons. widow ot the Into Lewis Racner, has moved down tho river to tho John Rose farm. Frank Avery moved Into the property vncated by Mrs. Racner. cirTho pastor ot tho Boonevllle cuit requests us to glvo his preaching appointments ns follows: Boone-vlll- o, first Sunday morning and night; Cow Creek, Sunday morning, (Satur 's day before nt 2 p. m. near Isaac at night;) White Oak, third Sunday morning, (Doo Creek, Satur day night before) at South Boonovillo in p. m.; Cllfty, 4th Sunday morning and Saturday night before at Pleasant Grove in p. ra. Gab-bard- family of six boys TVNKU Tyncr, May C There Is a tldo In tho Laurel Fork Creek this evening. Mr. nnd Mrs. It. D. Jones and family and Chas. Jones and two llttlo sisters wero vlBltlng In this vicinity from Saturday until Tuesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Hammock of 'McWhorter aro visiting tho brothers, Messrs. W. It. nnd R. D. Reynolds. Eugeno Glpson's house caught flro last week but tho flro was put out before much dam-ag- o was done. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore visited tho latter's parents, Sir. nnd Mrs. Alec Ramsey of Brad-shaSaturday and Sunday. Barnes Uowman and Dill Necly of lloncomb were hero buying seed corn a fow days ago. Miss Daisy Bullock has returned from Burning Springs. lat-te- r's ESTILL COUNTY LOCUST 11KANCII namo Is Sunday. Hugh, May C Tho farmers aro very badly behind with their work in this vicinity. Miss Ella Powell Is sick. Bern to tho wlfo of Tom Click, a flno girl, on tho 4th. Her neon. ' ited her sick daughter at Big Hill, Miss Alma Ora.7.Irs. Cella Bengo Blcknell vis- staying with Mrs. Burns who Is sick. Mrs. Virginia Azblll visited her daughter. Saturday night. There will bo a dedication of tho new church house at this placD tho fourth Sunday in June. W. R. Bengo has Just completed n half mllo wire fence. Corn Is selling here for $1.10 per bushel. is KKitnv KNOII Kcrby Knob. May 5. Elijah Hat-Hewho has been seriously ill for flvo weeks at .tho homo ot his brother, J. D. Hatfield, Is very low and Is not expected to live Fred Turner nnd Miss Laura Click wero united in o at the homo of Rev. W. I. Powell, May 2nd. Stanley Englo of Mcld mar-riag- Locust Branch, May 3. Tho Rev, James Lunsford of Dreyfus preached at tho Christian church last Sun day. There will be preaching at the Beaver Pond church, Sunday night nice Elbert Hymer purchased a for milk cow from II. G. Blcknell $40. Several men from here attend ed court at Irvine, last weckMrs, Lula Oliver visited Mrs. Lllllo Blck nell, last Thursday. Miss Florence Richardson was the guest of Mrs. Suslo Blcknell, last Wednesday and Thursday. Tho warm weather for tho post few days brought smiles and gladness to every one. seed corn is very scarce, here and Is selling at $1.50 to $2 per bushel. H. D. Blcknell Is having lots ot tan bark peeled. There was a largo tide In Red Lick Creek last Saturday. WAnKUSVILl.K Wagersvllle, 'Slay C Wo aro hav ing a lot of rain and farmers are greatly behind with their work. Mrs. Cleona Collins came home, Friday, after a two weeks' visit with relatives In Lexington and Irvine. Tho Misses Anna M. Flynn, Fan Saturday and Sunday night. Tho two boys visited tho homo of their uncle, M. M. Brougltton ot Brassfleld, Sunday. J. A. Lano of near Dreyfus visited relatives hare last week. J. R. Click had a log rolling, Friday. 1IIKKN HA I.I. . Kee was tho guest of Oran Click, Scrlvner and Kate Wagers and Greenhall, May 6. Jesse Clark Is sick and Is not expected to live. Bent Piorsoa lost a flno mulo colt this week. Leonard Cook cut his big too nearly off while clearing this week. M. C. Hughes is very closo to a deal on selling his homo place where ho now lives, and he will move to Greenhall In the old store building if tho deal goes through. M. T. Robinson is nil smiles today und what is it but another boy. Tills makes olx boys for M. T. Wo had a flno meeting nt Cannons Chapel nnd Big Spring, yesterday Edward Mln, ter fell from tho fenco yesterday nnd dislocated his arm ut tho elbow. Richard Whicker and Miss Effio Stivers wore quietly married at tho homo of Mrs. Jack Gabbard, Saturday evening. Tho Rev. Harvey John-so- u Messrs. Lnbon Park, Arch Peters and Jim Warford wero tho guests of tho Misses Florence and May Cox, night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Kelley visited relatives In Berea a fow days tho first of the week. D. C. Wagers visited Mr. and .Mrs. Simp Warford at Drip Rock, Sunday. Jeff Wagers who has been very sick Is able to bo out again. Mies Bess Flynn was tho guest of Mlos Geneva Scrlvner last Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Ambroso Wilson and llttlo son, Louis, wero tho guests of Mrs. Wilson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wagers a few days last week. Sat-uid- this placo are very busy planting The only Baking Powder mado corn. Several attended tho social from Royal Grape Cream of at Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Egan's, Saturday made from grapes night and reported a flno tlmo. Hnrrlson Griffin of Cooksbure spent ,,r(, night at U. M. Slnglcton's- -nt Miss Ella Proctor was visiting friends Mrs. Jcnnlo here, Saturday night. Ho Is survived by a wlfo and six to nil people. After Inventing tho Ball of Wlldlo Is visiting her father children. Uabcock milk test, which lb used Baker. mother, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY nnd M. Head Mr. and Mrs. J. by dairymen nil over tho world, ho MADISON COUNTY was visiting near Gap, W. declined to patent It and to reap a CLIMAX Sunday School at Maplo IIKI HIM. j Sunday. fortuno from It, which would havo Climax, May G. D. G. Rector mado Urovo is progressing mcciy. inu Dig Hill, ?.lay 6. R. L. Ambrose amounted, without doubt, to miln business trip to KIrksvlllo hut Holiness people will hold services at i,,nii ,,i n,lwliim,i . week. Circuit Court has been In Cano School house, Sunday. Miss M. .nl, i.,,m ninhL svt Hnt. lions of dollars. Following Is an extract: progress for tho last two weeks at :T. Singleton Is doing flno In tho mil- niny nmi Sunday Is J. W. Parsons Miss n.cliiar Nfcuiolntrncnt at "l'llot Knob Mt. Vernon.-Th- o enso of 'Moso Gat- - llncry business at this place. "Ho Invented In 1S90 tho famous llff for killing Robert Rlgsby was Hattlo Singleton Is stnylng with her church. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. (I. Hnrrl-trle- d milk test which benrs his name a last week nnd Gatllff was aunt, Jadie Cnno of Ft. Estill June- - B wero ovcr t0 eo jjrg- - Harrlson'a discovery which marks him cmlnont found not guilty. Mrs. Emma Gat- - tlon Is here visiting his mnny friends, i ,,Jri'nts, Mr. nnd 'Mrs. Philip Hayes, In every land where modern dairymi soiu ncr rnrm a row days ago to 'Miss 'Martlsiia bWgieton was visit- - ;lgt weok. Sweet iotnto slips ot ing Is known. nix and co. ror $joo. Leo and Dan Ing Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Ilader, ami Philip Hayes for sale. Quito a num"Comes now tho key to tils charBalllngcr returned homo a few days day evening. ber of people from this placo went acter humanltarlnnlsm. Greed and to Richmond, Monday, to attend sordldness cannot sully him. Ho belonged Wo are having plenty of claimed that his services court. rain here, nnd fnrmcrs nro getting to tho State. So ho rcfusod to toko behind with their crops.' Wllllo out a (latent; gnvo It frco to tho Hayes 13 getting so ho can walk fnrmcrs ot tho world. Meantime Do a little. Ho has sciatic rheumLavnl ot Denmark patented tho Give us Menl Give u Menl Strong and stalwart onei; atism. L. C. Powell has been nt cream separator, a no more Important Men from every rank; Men whom highest hope Inspire, Richmond for tho past few days. invention, nnd hasbecomenmultl.mil. Men whom purest honor fire, Freth and free and Irani ; Llttlo Ella M. Powell Is very sick llonalro. What a colossal fortuno Dr. Men who trample self beneath them, Men of thought and reading, Ut this writing. Mrs. Dr. Settlo Is Habcock put nslde. Before this Invcn- Men who make their country Men of light and leading, wreathe them Improving very fast from a Bcvero tlon, milk poor milk, watered milk, Men of loyal breeding, As her noble son, attack of measles. nnd rich milk wns sold by moasuro Worthy of their sire I The Nation't welfare speeding : at a uniform price. And there was Men whoneer shame their mothHamilton, 0., Letter Men ol faith and not of fiction, tho proverbial well and pump of ers, Men of lofty aim In action: Hamilton, 0. May i. Tho continu- adulteration. Now milk Is purchased Men who never fall their brothers, I say again, Give ua Men True, however false are others; ed wet weather has delayed tho farm-ei- s on merit, tho richer tho product tho Ghe us Men I say again, Give us Men I and gardeners. Enoch Johnston higher tho prlco. Tho 'highbrow' us Men I Ghe has moved Into his now residence, milker Is becoming supremo. Also recently built by his father, Mr. 0. tho Bnbcock test has made tho Im Gic us Menl U. Johnston. There nro numerous provement of dairy machinery possiMen who, when the tempest gathers, cases of measles In Hamilton Just ble, eliminating previous wastes and Grasp the standard of their fathers now. IVsslo and Haiel Gabbard are j losses, when ratios are based on tho In the thickest fight: both out ot school on that account. dairy Industry of Wisconsin alono, of Men who strike for home and altar, Mr. nnd Mrs. K. E. Flanery nnd approximately $900,000 annually, (Let the crowd cringe and falter,) God defend the right; son, of Elmwood Place. Cincinnati.) -- slowly Uio greatness of tho dlscov-O- .. True as truth, though lorn and visited Meredith Gabbard and dawnPtl on c,v,UlaUon. aratltudo lonely, family. Saturday and Sunday. , , Tender as the brne are only; ,aly bchni, pr0RrcM. i no uuu oi iiuKii noian, wuo wns In 1&99 tho Wisconsin Legislature Men who tread where saints liaxe trod, found dead In bed In tho Barnhorn Llgnally honored him, conferring a Men for Country, Home and God: boarding houso latt Monday morn-- i modal In recognition of 'the great Give us men ! I say again lug, was taken to his old homo at vnliin In Ihn fmsinln nt ihn flfnfn nHil again Paint Lick. Garrard County, Kentucky , (n(J who,u wor,d ,n tho ,nvenUons Give us such men ! -- MIisiiop ok Exf.tsjj. for burial. On tho nfternoon of Apr. of Professor Stephen Moulton Bab-co2Sth, tho Death Angel enmo and callof tho University of Wisconsin, ed llttlo Ethel 'M. Baker, the three and his unselfish dedication of theso year and 7 months old daughter of Inventions to tho public service.' A OBITUARY ago from Ohio, where they havo Jas. W. Baker,' of 701 Cleveland Ave., year later tho French government somo time. There been employed for At six o'clock, Sunday morning, Hamilton, O., to that Homo in Glory. awarded him tho grand prlzo ot tho Is preaching at tho Iron Clad Baptist April 14th, at his home in GoochSho had measles but had seemingly national exhibition. South Australia church at Climax with Rev. Culton land, Dr. J. M. Jones died. Ho had gotten out of danger. Tho funeral sent him n raro painting and from tho as Moderator every first Saturday been In 111 health for several yearB j 8.rvic,B Wcro held at tho homo and rtnlrymen Now Zeland camo of far-of- f and Sunday In each month, and nnd nil hopes of his recovery wero conducted by Mr. G. B. Johnston and n volumo of "Island Scenes," tho preaching at New Hope every third abandoned twelve months ago, " j Rov. Geo. W. Phillips, pastor of tho Saturday and Sunday. had practiced medicine for forty First Baptist church. Tho father and cover thoughtfully Inscribed: "Th IIOOKK years , twenty.flve of which wero mnlhor. accomimnled by Mr. Couch. Babcock test is now In universal uso In this country, nnd your natno has Boone, May C Next Saturday and sjicnt In Knox County. jt.ft( Thursday morning, with tho re- nB(.mlcntly 0, a household Sunday nro regular church days at Dr. Jones was nlso nn ordained mn.ns, ror low Owsley coun- - wor(, nmonK Now Ztllam, Atxirymcn. Fairview. Geo. Lamb of Duluth was minister of tho Baptist church for ty. Kentucky, creoK, where Interment fol- ,.0nu oommercla, flrm ln tho Kagt visiting his mother at this' placo last twenty-flv- o years but on moving to lowed In tho family grave yard. W ,)ffpm ,,,, a falmIou, M,nry t0 joln passenger trains werej... Moiylay.-T- ho ,, , extend our deepest sympathy to the j,g tafft . delayed ono day last week by tho ' ,hrlliHnn ,.,, ,, sadly bereaved father and mother. . near turning over of a fright car "'I am working on a couploofun- Snider.-C- eo. Wren has a saw mill jackfion Co finished experiments nnd cannot ac- A,a MADE A 6REAT INVENTION 11ntwrJ IMaii1 at Snider, and Is doing well-Ste- phen - n, wsJ a fu.iiiiuii una IW a muv'ij rparf d ,n mvWl County, Tenn.. ,. .,ll, l.lnru, lw nni ill I',... Refused to Patent It, and Gave It to latest nnmver." i nuau iivu uu JV" The Public. Tnr-enc- Viva, May 5, Mrs. Addlo Centers visited her father and mother. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bremlt of Corbln, last week, F. C. Jones went to McWhorter tho 4th on business. Mr. and Sirs. Mny Abrams will start tho 7tli for Clov er Bottom to bco Mr. Abram's grandfather who Is not expected to llvo but n short time. Mrs. McCarty and daughter, Maggie, visited our Sunday BChool last Sunday. Robert D. Jones nnd family and Chaa. Jones and sisters, Molllo and Ethel, visited relatives nt Tyncr last week. Mrs. Jnno Beatty und daughter, Nannie, nnd Miss Kttn Jones wore In London shopping Inst week. Charllo Pnyno, Tldo Vnnco nnd Edgar Quln- Inn returned from a fishing trip, tho 4th. Tom Gentry nnd famllv will movo to Ruo Hill tho 6th where they will make their future home. Andrew Gill, Geo. Tncket and o Centers of this plnco nnd John Reed and wlfo of East Bcrnstadt wore seriously Injured by a freight train Pittsburg May 5th. They are In it.. inibm. j fit, tUVIUUU( JIVT. U 19 iinnii not expected to live. , Wren and Geo. Poyntcr, railroad em ployecs, were visiting their parent near Boone, Saturday and Sunday. Tho Iter. J. W. Lambert was In Iloono, Sunday. Geo. Poynter visited tho home of J. Lcvctt, Sunday J. II. Lnmbcrt recently purchased n M'orso from Geo. Wren for ono hun- ''"'d dollars. Mrs. II. D. Chastccn was visiting her son, Calvin, near Snider last Sunday John Johnson who has been located In Illinois for 801,10 t,mo expected homo omo tlmo Boon. Lydla Lcvctt Is visiting relatives In Madison County, this weck.-Jnnd Mrs. J. II. Lambert wero visiting tho family of J. W. Lambert nenr Berea, Saturday night. Mrs. Mattlo Coylo nnd daughter, Talltha, wero visiting Norn Wren last Sunday. Sunday, School nt this placo is doing nicely with II. T. Chastoen as supt.. OIll.ANDO ' Mr. . Royal BAKING POWDER Aksolutmly Purm Used and praised by the most competent and careful pas I try cooks the world over Tartar Orlando, Way 5. Tho ixoplo of un.v i, eini GIVE US MEN! I ! I - i ck . ,, .,..., ,,,, ,.. I 1 v ft 1 WinHir -- Ifll WebsterS New Dictionary FOR SALE In tho March Amerlcnn Mngnzlnt. Dr. Jones lived a useful llfo and there Is an Interesting account of Dr. his loss will bo felt by many, Ho 0 CenUr strcet a food ,ot kn0WB l.r.iii.ury was an Odd Fellow and Mnson am, (C .... ......co. .... tho Joh Da,cg plae1 IJouB, M- eiiuhi cKiiuecieu wmi inn uuivursuy barn on lot. Good reason for selling;. 111 by tho latter was laid to rest I of Wisconsin, who Aleves that tho Berea ccmetory, April ICth. e money.n. N. Welch results of his Investigations belong' , International THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? LAUREL COUNTY riTT.lll!IUI Pittsburg, Muy 1. There was a nhow at Pittsburg, 'Monday night. John McCoy Is ncciifjod of throwing a stone and hitting a colored boy who Is ono of tho leaders In tho show. The Up of tho colored boy was cut, very badly and ono tooth knocked out. Rev. Blevlns Asher preached at tho East Pittsburg Baptist church, Saturday night and Sunday. Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Luther Warren, a flno boy. Tho llttlo Infant ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Adams hni been very 111 with whooping cough, but is improving. Mrs. Lula Clontz has moved back to her old homo after being away for somo time. Several from Pittsburg went ou tho excursion with officiating. GARRARD COUNTY PAINT I4CK. Pnlnt Lick, May C Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stowa aro rejoicing over tho arrival of a baby girl, born May 1st, D. N. Welch nnd family of Bo-renjoyed a trip out to their farm last Sunday. Nannlo Soper and two daughters wero tho guests of Mrs. Addlo Gentry last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tout Eden wcro the guests of tho latter's mother, 'Mrs. Hornsby, last Sunday. Arthur Kldd left hut week to work for a picture company. ' pitEA. Because Held of the world's thought, action and culture The only new unabridged dictionary In many year. over 400,00a UIl""c it define more than ever mrJ between two before appeared coven, tjoo Vagea. 0000 II' lUMtratloat. Ri-an- t It i th only dictionary with the new divided pae. A "Stroke of Oeniua." Became " ' an enoyolopedia In amnio tujujuv. it Is accepted br the Courts, Bchoola and Preaa tho one Mupreme an- - Hanna's Green Seal "The rd Made-to-We- ar Paint" I If you expect to do any painting, yo are intcreitcd you should be in the quality of the paint to be uted. In any given job of painting, labor repreicnti practically one-thithe cost. It ttands ha reason that with so much expente in labor, the enduring quality of the paint ia all important Why have the painting done unlcsa the protection and durability of the job u sought? How U one to determine the true value and obtain paint that maybe depended upon for durability? HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT IS NOT A SECRET. u thottty. the printed formula on every package. ThU paint hat Becaue "hoknTow" "V0.4! tho S. B. M. S. to Cumberland Gap. All enjoyed tho beautiful scenery and tho baseball game between tho R. H. M. S. and tho Lincoln Memor ial university. The 8. B. M. 8 won.1 you about thia new work. The maker have confidence and take prido in the quality and tell the public the composition of the paint IS T1US OF ANY VALUE TO YOU ? IT OUGHT TO BE. rOR SAL BY C.kQ.WUUAMCQTMAin,ldVU,1bm. warn urn i"i iit4 pf-- J. D. CURKSTON, - - Berea, Ky.