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The Citizen BEHKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MAY 10, 1012 Knowledge ii powr and the to keep up with modem knowledge is to read a good newspaper. way Vol. XIII. Ono Dollnr a year. No. 40 HEAR BOTH SIDES No ono is informed on nny subject until lio hoars or roads both nil the information Hint can bo secured pro nnd con. And, fiilhormore, no iono is then informed unless ho lins nn unprejudiced mind; for tho prejudiced mind is incapable of weighing evidenco, nnd sometimes often dishonest in clinging to a iiosllion that the inner-- . self admits is untenable. These nro trulhs that apply to politics and roligion, and to the minor affairs of 11 fo ns 'Ipll. It is not vory uncommon to hear n man passionately advocating a candidate nnd party, when a fow pertinent qusestions would disarm him boforo all reasonable people. For instance, hundreds of people, nro denouncing Mr. Iloosovolt for his Charter of Democracy, who have not read all tho Columbus speech, nnd, what is worse, know nothing whatever of tho Carnegio Hall speech which followed and was really an interpretation of the Columbus, Ohio, address. And, on tho othor hnnd, many people nro condemning President l, Taft for injecting personalities into the Mans, campaign, and, in criticise what is known as his Boston speech, while a little inquiry on tho flido might show thnt thoy havo not read tho speech nnd certainly have not given heed to but nro only talking from hoar-say- , anything Mr. Rooevelt htm said which provoked tho President's utterances, The true citizen may bo a party man but ho should not bo a partisan, and the man who is worthy to bo called tho citizen must throw prejudice to the winds; must bo able to read and judge judge fairly. And ho must not only be able to read nnd judge but ho must discriminate. That is, in times of bitterly waged political contests, ho must bo nblo to weigh tho ovk'enco, ssparnte tho wheat from tho chaff, and even suspend judgement until nil the evidouco is in. In other words, ho must not believe everything that he reads nor everything that ho hears. He will prove himself the best citizen if he has been wido uwnke if he manifests some interest in politics, in current events, day after day and year after year; if he puts his own interpretation on things as thoy occur, nnd does not wait to have them reviewed in times of heated controversy by the partisaus of the one side or tho othor. We aro living in a progressive age, and wo need not expect less of politics but moro. It is necessary now that every man be more or less of a legislator. The problems of legislation nro brought to the for discussion nnd, moro than ever before, the individual voter is asked to assume the functions of a legislator. All this we think is well. It is progress in the right direction; it is advancement nnd not retrogression. But it all calls for oducation, intellectuality, onlightoumaut, fairness, unselfishness, patriotism. (tides gen-orafire-sid- FERTILIZERS Globe, Equity, Mt. Pleasant Now ready for delivery at the lowest prices at NEW ARRIVALS FOR MEN AND BOYS Our Spring Stock is fully assembled and ready for your inspection. The Styles are all advanced and exclusive. We have a large assortment of Suits for both Men and Boys in all the New Colors and Weaves. "DUTCHESS" Trousers Are Here includes Patterns and Colors to please all tastes, in sizes to fit all figures, at prices to suit every purse. The warranty on DUTCH ESS Trousers insures you against mishaps. A Lose a button or have them rip and we pay you the indemnity: io cents a button, $i a rip. Our assortment CHRISMAN'S "THE FURNITURE OUR MAN" R. R. COYLE BEREA KENTUCKY UNITED STATES NEWS IN OWN STATE IWt I i Commencement Scene at Berea aaiaalaiaW p. m. Berea Commencement, June 5 - - 9:30 a. m. and 2:30 May 30, Thursday Memorial Day 31, Friday Foundation School Graduation - - - 7:30 - - - - - 7:30 June 1, Saturday Academy Graduation 10:30 2, Sunday Sermon to Graduates 7:30 Address to Religious Societies Monday and Tuesday Oral Examinations 3, 4, 7:30 3, Monday Harmonia Concert 4, Tuesday Reunion of Vocational Graduates 3:30 & 7:30 Commencement 5, Wednesday ...... ... p. p. a. p. m, m, m, m, NO MORE ANAESTHETICS IN RELIGION Some time ago we discarded the doctor who bled his patients for every ill. A little later we put on the shelf him who would let the sufferer from fever die of thirst, and just now we are saying "stand aside" to the physician who pronounces the case pneumonia or consumption and does not order the doors thrown open, the windows raised and the blinds pulled back. And we shall soon be just as sensible and modern in our of the minister. We shall soon refuse to stand, like geese in the rain, with our heads up to swallow any theological dope he may choose tr sped out jiut because he puts the label "Bible" upon it. Soon we shall not fail to see the inconsistency when he tells us in one breath of the love of God and his willingness to forgive and in the next that he is an angry God and had to be paid by his son (in some mysterious way so much better than lie) to do the very thing any father would be glad to do. Soon he will not be so illogical as to tell us that to lie, to steal, to swear, to commit adultery are sins that will damn us and in the next instant consign those of us. who have never done these things to "the middle kittle," or, worse, "the bottomless pit," or no other reason than that we are unable to see, read, think, re as he does as he says we must. p. m p. m, FEATURES THIS WEEK Wo call special attention this week tho to an article contributed by statu ojperlment station on llmlm; tho soil. If this article were heed;d by our farmers, and If they kept an eye on our Intensive Fnriulng article on pago D, woek nfU'r week, tho coinplaluta bo cuminoiily heard of poor crops, and, ulwutthts tlmo of voar, of no food for cattle and horses, rould soon bo heard no longer. The poor crops and poor funning condiuro tions throughout tho country duo to tho fulluro to hoed tho Bug WORLD NEWS Cuban Finances A Decisive Battle Fought In Mexico Mohammedan Crusade. ' CUBAN FINANCES Asldo from difficulties resulting from Insurrectionary tendencies, Cula worso Is getting Into a worso and plight financially. Tho revenues oj tho Uland amount to nearly thlrty-flv- o fnllll.tn filinlirillv wlilt'll It la claim ed, would bo sufficient to run tho Government well If Intelligently aduro ministered, but tho Government debt gostlons mado by thoso who now has increased ) early until It ablo to help. amounts to fifty millions. And, whllo Another suggCBtlvo article nud oiq tho Interest on Uils debt has been which should creuto much sentiment paid punctually, It Is becoming more, for bolter conditions will bo found cud moro difficult to meet It, and on tho samo pugo. It Is untitled, tho financial outlook Is very gloomy. "Our Mountain Roads" uud was writ- It Is not Improbable that tho United ten by a young man who booms to States Government may have to tako know what ho Is talking about. Wo charge of her foster child's revencommend this article to nil of our ues. subscribers In Eastern Kentucky and A HEAL, IJATTLU especially thoso lu Owsley and I.eo At last tho contending forces lu Counties. Moxlco havo met In a real and what page tills week has many Bccms to havo been n decisive but-ti- e. Our 7th SunTho engagement occurred suggestions that ought to appeal to tho farmer and tho gardener, and, day, tho lL'th, three hundred miles on pago 0, wo present another In- south of tho border. Five thousand teresting uitldo on paper bag cook- rebels undtr Oroczo engaged un equal body of federal troops under lluer-t- a. ing, Tho fighting lusted for twelve A sldo from tho sermon and news hours and resulted In tho complete features, on pago 3 thero Is an art!-cl- o victory of the federals, tho rebels of Interest to tho young people, being practically surrounded but exwhile tho last pugo has a suggestion tricating themselves lu part as It for thoso who aro Interested lu tho by mlraclo. Tho causaltlcs aro raid betterment of our rural communities, to havo amounted to six thousand tho editorial In tho center of tho nnd Oroczo was reported to have pago being a quotation used by Dr. been killed by his own men, but tho Warrou II. Wilson in his book "The latter report socms to havo been false, Church of Tho Open Country." This, Tho federal troops aro In rapid puralong with tho editorial on lBt pago suit of tho retreating robels and la apropos to tho addresses of Dr. a final and dnclslvo clash In oxpect- Wilson given In Berea this week. (Continued n rgf Fiv) Already the treed is beginning to be considered of less value than the deed, as it was by Jesus see Matt. 25. With the physician the anaesthetic is comparatively new and of use only in surgery. In religion it is as old as the priesthood, but its days are numbered. It is possible to become a good Christian now without having all the thought processes put soundly to sleep. The end of anaesthetics in religion the preaching that our highest virtue lies in meek submission to a hard lot that we should not dare to question nor seek to avert; that the failure of our crops is a divine dispensation; that typhoid, consumption and the other filth diseases are God's invincible executioners, and that it is the inscrutable wisdom of God even tho one loses hjs life in .1 drunken brawl or falls by the hand of an assassin. No more chloroforming of effort and initiative the dawning of a new day; the day when the church has came to its own, enlarged its sphere of influence, become the social center, the forum for the discussion of living issues, the leader and inspircr of progress. THE CAMERON JOHNSON LECTURES DR, WILSON'S ADDRESSES. Tho Editor of Tho Citizen has Tho College and Bereans In genheard and seen each of tho splen eral havo been greatly favored durdid lectures given under tho auspi- ing tho last week by tho visit of ces of tho Y. M. C. A. by Mr. CamerDr. Warren II. Wilson who Is comon Johnson; tho first on Japan, the missioned by tho Presbyterian Church second Korea and tho third, China. to study the country church lu tho Tho lectures nro of Euch high char United States and sock a solution acter, tho views so unusual In their to tho ruraU problem. Dr. quality and tho spirit of the man Wilson published last year a book such as to glvo a new conception of on, tho subject which Is emtltlud tho work of tho missionaries in theso "Tho Church of tho Open Country," foreign fields. Ordinarily, tho missi- and ho Is In great demand throughonary address that wo hear makes out tho Union ns n speaker on tho but little appeal and Is scarcely of problems of country life. such a nature as to Incline ono to ouIlls first address lu Uerea was ter Into tho foreign work, but under given before tho Sunday night theso lectures one wished for youth In tho Chapel and was enthusagain nnd an opportunity to prepare iastically received. It will likely bo for tills sploudld service. published In full lu Tho Citizen in A notable feature of 'Mr. Johnson's early Issues. Monday morning ho lectured was tho absence of any- spoko boforo tho United Chapel and thing that could offend the most In tho Upper Chapel Monday evenceusatlvo Japaucso, Korean or China- ing. man, lu fact, tho views given were Dr. Wilson lays at the door of tho bucIi as to advertlso tho beauties of church and upon tho ministry tho that country and tho splendid worth tho blamo for much of tho of tho people. They aro on a paral-c- l which Is evident In rural comwith tho admirable views given munities nnd tho failure of farmers of Cincinnati by tho Boosters, whoso to keep paco with other professions oiily object was the advertising of In tho modern world. While ho holds tho city. that tho cultivation of tho spiritual This comparison at ouco suggests is tho chief function of tho Church, Itself, and a contrast, howover, was ho has llttlo but censure for thoso no less apparent. It Is this. Our churches and thoso ministers that own mountain region is considered havo taken no part in tho work of a missionary field by the most of this world, but havo supinely acqutho world and tho chief Protestant iesced in tho retrogression around ConlluurJ on page I'ivc Continued ou I'lgePite deca-donco Crest of Flood at New Orleans Riot- Recalling Judicial Decisions Callihan Dies McCreary for Clark New ing in Pennsylvania Coal Regions-Jo- int School Law Crop Conditions-Linc- oln Celebration by Blue and Institute to Open in Octoat Princeton Experiber The Tax Commission. enced Agriculturist for Every County Good Failures Senators to be RECALLING JUDICIAL DECISIONS Elected by Popular Vote. Tho PInovlllo Sun, In its editorial MISSISSIPPI FLOOD columns, commends the work of tho Tho crest of tho Mississippi Hood Circuit Court of Bell during tho last has now reached New Orleans, which year and points out that tho criminwas given a great scare at the end al docket is almost clear. Last year, of last week, tho city being flooded and for two or threo years provious, by a storm, many of tho people think tho county experienced an almost ing that tho leeves had broken. In weekly succession of murders, and eomo nlaces. in fact, tho winds blew llfo was hardly safo anywhere. Now tho water over tho lovees which aid- tho editorial says that peace and quiet ed In tho flooding from natural reign turnout the county; nnd that causes. Vast territories throughout the criminal, notwithstanding his tho stato of Loutsana and regions standing In the community, has been by brought to tho realization that to near New Orleans aro covered tho waters. Inasmuch, howover, as transgress a law means punishment. tho crest of the flood is ncaring tho Tho sinister noto in tho editorial, mouth of tho river, relief seems to however, Is the comment on tho fact bo near. that some of Bell's notorious criminals aro expecting to bo paroled IUOTING IN ANTHRACITE REby tho present commission, Frank GION Tho "vacation" of tho anthracite Ball and Nick Henderson for Inst miners in Pennsylvania has develop anco. In connection with this exof ed into a veritable striko with tho pected wiping out of tho work tho court comes the announcement accompanying riots and blood-Bhetho most serious outbreaks having that Curt Jett and Tom Whito of occurred at Mlner&villo on tho 8th and Breathitt County are hopeful of getat North Scranton, tho 10th, in ting out also. Thus it would seem that while clashes between the stato police on ono side and thousands of miners Kentucky is suffering In tho eyes on tho otner. A number or lives of the world by tho reopening of the have been lost, and tho end of tho Breathitt Feud and her dally killings throughout tho stato the few trouble is not yet In sight. criminals that havo been placed be- THE BLUE AND THE GRAY Continufd on Page Five Tho Confederate veterans, In their annual reunion at Macon, voted to accept tho invitation of the G. A. It. YOUR DATE LABEL to celebrate together the 50th anniA few of our subscribers will find versary of tho Battlo of Gettysburg In 1913. Gen. Bennet II. Young of 1911 following their address, either on tho wrapper of their paper or Louisville was elected Commander-in- Chief of the Confederate veterans the top of tho left hand margin, first pago. for tho coming year. And "1911" means that tho subscribTho Gettysburg gathering next year ought to eraso tho last vesti- er Is at least four months in arrears, ges of tho strife of the Sixties. and it might mean a longer tlmo than that. PRINCETON'S PRESIDENT It means something more that we Prof. John Grler Hlbbcn was inau gurated President of Princeton Uni- aro in need of the money. And any dato previous to May 1, versity last Saturday in tho presence 1912, calls for attention also. In tho of President Taft, Chief Justice Whlto placo IT IS AN INVITATION TO and a great assemblage of alumni, first RENEW. trustees, faculty Our friends can greatly oblige ns and guests. Prof. Hlbbcn Is tho successor of by saving us tho trouble of writing to request remlttanco and renewal. Continued on Page Five Gray-inaugur- ation I d, fonder-graduate'- s, 20,000 LIVES That is, $2,000,000,000 fire-ignitin- g, fire-spreadi- what Fire cost the people of the United States in the past fifteen years. And much of the blame can be laid directly to WOODEN SHINGLE ROOFS. Buildings in Berea are being erected closer and closer together. The danger of fire increases rapidly. It will pay you to stop and think before you decide that roofing question. A Fire-pro- Roof May Save You Worry, Your House, Your Life Remember, a Metal Roof, properly put on, is the best known protection against lightning. Wc cover your house with plain old style Tin, or heavy, durable Galvanized Steel or artistic Metal Shingles. Berea School of Roofing HENRY LENQFELLNER, Manager Office Jackson St., rear of Main. Phone 7 or 181. Page TVa the citizen; SEVEN LIVES I May TRACTION COLLISION ONE KILLED AND TWO 8CORE INJURED, TWO PERHAP8 FATALLY, IN THE WRECK When Two Traction Cars on the Ft Wayne A. Northern Indian,! Road Come Together. Kokomo, Intl. One person wns kill ed, two perhnps fatally Injured and 40 more or less seriously hurt, one mllo and a half south of Kokomo, when a south-bounlocal car was telescoped by a north-bounFt. Wayno & North ern Indiana limited. As to the cause of the wrick (hero arc- conflicting reports. Conductor Pe terson, on the local car, on which most people were Injured, says that ho had received orders to meet tho Wnh.ish Valley car at tho switch, north of the point whero the collision occurred, and that when ha learned that his motorman hud run the train past tho switch, lit which they were to meet, he gave Motorman lllack a signal to stop and back up, but that Hlnck paid no attention to this order. Tho crash camn ,i nilnuto later Trainmen on both car noted the danger and Jumped, south-boun- 16, 1912. A family The Citizen newspaper for all that true and Interesting, la flSTL I STATUE 0F J0HW CARROlL UNVE,lED right Ky, UUU rublUhrd vfiy ThursdAy at Dorm. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. NIPPERSINK LAKE SCENE OF AWFUL TRAGEDY WHEN LAUNCH 8INKS. h on (Incorporated) P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager, Subicription Rates BU Months MRS. HANSEN'S BODY FOUND mr PAYAULC IN ADVANCE. Ii.oo , Pot-omoo WOMEN innt aiontns aj 60 Quit All Dissipation. Bend money by or Monty Order. Draft, ItrntUtiTnl or wiiti kim mw inn iiuunK, Dr. Clarence K. Vllet, who for year The date after your nun on laM Chicago, Mny 11. Uy the sinking of TlOWf to What dn.1 Vinir tllhwHnHnn la has been making a study of the neusixteen-foo- t steel launch during a paid. If It In not chanRvil within three a rotic conditions of women suffering storm Wednesday night on Nlppcrslnk MMslng number will be gladly supplied nervous troubles, caused by artificial lake, near Fox Lake, seven persons tf tre tra notified. stimulation, hns Increased 76 per centFins premiums cheap, with ru-were drowned. The conviction that If women wish to keep their stand and prompt renewuli. Send for nil on board were lost was strengthIng In tho business world they must Llbrral tnrms irlvpn to any on who ob- - ened by tho finding of the body of Mrs. stop nplnjc mens dissipations, saia tun now subscriptions for in. Any on .Mabel Hansen of Chicago, one of tho endliut four ymu-lsulxcrlptiorM enn Dr. VlleL "They must stop working roedvt Tho Citizen free for hdmwilf for passengers. Her body was discovered on the artificial stimulation of nlcohof onr yew. by the scores of voluntary searchers. Advertlstn ratm on application. nnd tobacco. The victims: "Women have always been fascinated Mrs. Mabel Hansen, twenty-fivMR.UBEn OF" by the freedom men enjoy, nnd to n, yearB old; widow; daughter of Mr. certain extent copied their pleasure" and Mrs. Charles Colbura, 4t44 Austin and pastimes, but nover have they avenue, Chicago. participated In their dissipations an Herman Huhn, nineteen years old. they are doing. restaurant keeper, Inglesldc, 111. Tho danger In this does not lie so Ucorgo Russell, thlrty-Ilvyears much with the woman at home an old; liveryman nt Inglesldc, III. with the woman who goes Into n busi years old. Jacob Hoefer, twenty-fivKENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION ness and Is continually out In tho Desplalnes, III. world. The home woman Influences Michael Klunder. twenty-fou- r Tbe sociologist who estimates that rears KNOWN MANY YEARS certain restricted set; the one In the value or a baby Is J2.S00 clearly old, 1643 llrlgham street, Chicago. the business world Influences by her never bad a baby. unknown young man. twenty years example, hundreds of others. old; arrived at Lox Lake, supposedly Pilfering of Convict Fund In Ohio Pen Uy tho business woman I do not The destruction of the peach crop from Chicago. flr.o statue of Most Rev. Dr. John Carroll, founder of Georgetown Governor Plans Thorough mean the stenographer nnd tho small cap, iioerers pocket ivlll take place next July and many book, a THIS Clean-Up- . was unveiled recently with Impressive ceremonies. snlnrled person, These cannot afford book, an oil can and a number of will bnvo n band In It. the dissipations that undermine not empty bottles were found In the waColumbus, O. It was a convict who only tho physique but the mind. I Chinas republic Is going through ter near Mrs. Hansen's body. betrayed tho condition of affairs nt refer to the highly paid secretary, to many of the troubles that come to Tho party of merrymakers left the MARYLAND FOR CLARK the Ohio penitentiary. Some days ago tho woman who holds an executive Llpplncott hotel on Kox lake to atevery babe. he contrived secretly to send the Intel position, to the women In many protend an Informal dance at the Bay MISSOURIAN AND ROOSEVELT GET ligence to persons on the outside, and fessions who gained their positions by About once a year the Ohio river View hotel, on Nlppcrslnk lake, about POPULAR PLURALITY. proceeds to show that it could Boat two miles distant. As tho boat, loadthey set In motion the Investigating nblllty nnd good fight SIXTY PERSONS IN TORRAS RE"Theso women aro of Independent ed so heavily that the railings were tbe navies of the world. machinery that Is now In operation. GION DEAD AND OTHER SEConly a few Inches above the water, Both Will Control Their Respective Persons acquainted with the workings means. They no longer defer to tho TIONS TO HEAR FROM. State Party Conventions, Accord When one prices handbags be be quit tho dock every member of the of the state prison says that practical wishes of men as to their conduct, gins to think a Florida alligator farm party was In good spirits, all of them ing to the Returns. ly every inmate has known of the and, having taken a drink now nnd chatting and laughing. would bo a good investment. shortage In the "convict then for stimulation when tired, have Baltimore. Md.. May 8.--On Ten minutes later piercing cries for the ST. SOPHIA LEVEE GIVES WAY fund" for n quarter of a century and fallen Into the habit of drinking with tno returns Tuesday Col. Itoooe- A Washington woman says bcr help came out of the darkness that fnca longer. In this they seem to have had luncheon. "This means the women who do this clothes cost her 149,930 a year. Evi hung over the lake. Instantly boats velt will sot Maryland's IS votes the advantage of (he prison olllclals in the Republican national convention Thousands of Acres Are Added to the and of the stnlc examining depart also drink with their dinners, for It Is put out from three different points. dently marked down from SSO.uoo. not an Infrequent thing for women to Devastation Caused by Rushing ment Although the search was continued nt Chicago. With tho state and city Waters From the Mississippi Over Somnoody has written a poem about all night long, not a trace of the organizations against htm. ho defeat Instructions have been given the resort to tho morning 'bracer before breakfast 105,000 Homeless. The Llttlo Sod Shanty." Tbe little dance bound party or tho boat they ed them both by a close margin. board of administration by the "Smoking Is another hnblt women Speaker Champ Clark of the Nasod shanty Is very poetic in a poem. were in could be found, with the expersonally to dig Into the ception of a cap and later a few other tional house of representatives will books until every last miss are getting Into that Is bad for them. New Orleans, May 8. Thousands of If not from tho moral, at lenst from An cstronomer tells us that a year articles. After the first shrill calls have a majority of the Democratic acres were added to tho flooded ro-- ing penny has been located. the physical standpoint The combina on Mars has 730 days, but possibly for aid that startled persons on shore delegates to the Maryland state conof Louisiana when the levee at tion of sraok'ng and drinking among Mars Is married and the year only not a sound came from tho boat It vention and the delegation of 16 to ;on rty miles above New Or- Buried Under Debris women Is bound to result seriously. is believed that the moment the craft the Democratic national convention ?L sPbla; feels that long. oroKO "csaay. Iloston. A portion of n I believe absolutoly that If such habits reached rough water It filled raDldly will be Instructed to vote for the Tn0 country over which the water building under construction cm IMIn- - continued women will lose tbe high If there Is one thing more than any and sank before the passengers had speaker for tho Democratic comlna- - 18 BPrcadln'" has always beon regarded boro street, collapsed, burying five plnco they have attained. thing else that kills poetic fancy. It is opportunity to attempt to save their tlon for president. uoa"eiy safe from floods. The Italian laborers In tho riilim Hnn nt Colonel Roosevelt wll have 68 rotes Many business women do not mar- to see a motorcycle plugging along "ves by swimming. Although It was JcsPcnite fight for control of the situ- - them died as he was being taken to a ry because they cannot on account of not a large launch, It Is declared pos- - In the state convention. Just a bare BU0" the countryside e3 on. w' reports coming in hospital. The other four arc expected their hnblts. Men havo established one 0Ter tne 65 wnIcn constitutes a " slble that all of the Dassencera v, uw ana prop- - to recover. th their Ideals of womanhood, and when Massachusetts proposes to Impose a carried down to the" bottom ot e In their everyday association with u mt I 11CIU by auction tax on bachelors, and some ot the lake women they see such a disregard for . bachelors In that state claim the free . . . In tha TnM - I Ruined By Lightning. .1 "w 4U,OB ivbiub nioue, ana it ib the things J uaw mai oe xnaj nave I DV dom is worth it FIFTY It'll I en DI i;es .Moines, la nes .Moines was woman's. If they consider a womanly MLLtU UUAlNtol sufficient friends nmnnp thn 1o1tmtai feared that when reDOrtfl rnmn tn f mm that woman marries she to control the personnel of tha Mary- - lno remote sections that tho number visited by a severe rain and electrical must take a man who Is not mentally A Missouri girl wants $2,000 for sev . Mexican Cities Are Visited by Disas land delegation. This will be Impor- - w,,l e much larger. The total orea storm. Lightning struck tho flve siorv . en kisses. This Is a case where tbe .Tvi. has been much cry smone trous Tremors Volcano of Collma tant tf Roosevelt cannot be nominated ot devastation to date Is 4.D90 sauaro warehouse of the Davidson Furniture law ot supply and demand doesn't ap Becomes Active. on the first ballot, as the atate Re- - miles. One hundred and five thousand Co. and Bet fire to It, doing $100,000 women about a single standard ot ply In any sense. publican leaders will then be able to peoplo are homelex In thn .rtinn damages. morals. The attainment of this lies Mexico City, May 11. Thirty-fou- r throw them to Taft on subsequent from Rosedalo, Miss., to Natchez, and much In the woman's work. If she A Philadelphia official suggests that persons were killed and many build ballots. from Arkansas Citv demanJt a higher standard from the all married men be compelled to wear Inga In the city of Zapatalan. located Speaker Champ Clark was backed I and absolutely dependent upon tho CINCINNATI MARKETS she will In tlmo obtain It Ina label. How would a string, tied on the slope of the volcano of Collma. In his fight by tho entire cltr Uemo. I Kovernment for niinn. stead of doing that she Is coming on the finger, do? were destroyed there by an earth- - cratlc organization and he swept Dal- - exciuao tne greatest flood center down to his level." quako inursday. Sixteen persona "more ana gets its 24 votes in the that from Torras, La, South. Wheat Quiet steady Friday; No. 2 A European physician says he can were killed In the city of Cludad Gux- ta'i convention. Clark was also aup- PATHETIC CASE IN NEW YORK graft balr on a bald head, but It la man and ten others were seriously In- - Ported by tbe state organization and TfiDHpnn Mcoui8, Na 3 ,M801-M-No-r llcrn id nannr-- n red was an easy winner over Wilson and .wwr.wwv better and cheaper to conserve our Jured. woum torn Steady Friday. No. 2 wh!t Graduate of University of Dublin, Ar. In the city of Guadalajara twelve Harmon, and will have 80 votes In the natural resources. .NO. 3 wh to 83fffS5e. N'o rested for Drunkenness, li distinct shocks wore felt and consld- - Btat8 convention. Wilson, bis strong- - aiormy ueoate over question In Meth- wniie urs;c. .Vo. 2 yellow 82ft 83c, o. u yeuow Music, .o. 4 yellow 76 Now It is learned that the est opponent, captured 45, while Har by Magistrate. odlat Conference at Minne erablo damage was done. ic, No. 2 mixed 8282c. No. 3 "knew all about" appendicitis More than a half million dollars of mon received the four votes of Wor apolis, Minn. No. 4 mixed 76JI79c. mixed cester county, tho home of United When Owen H. McOulnness. fifty 7,000 years ago, and they went right damage. Including the total destruc ear 79ff82c. yellow ear S0S4c. white eight, of 219 West Minneapolis, at It with Incantations. tion of a Catholic church. Ib reported States Senator John Walter Smith, Minn.. May 10. A ear iu(siic. street, wns nrralgned beforo Magis from the town of Quartel. Following who Is a staunch supporter ot the stormy debate arose In tho Methodist uats htcady Friday. Ohio governor. general conference here Wednesday 6959Wc. standard whiteNo. 2 white trate Houso In thn night court, chargA dozen young women In a Pennsyl the quakes, the volcano became 58V4ffC9c, The total Democratic voto In llaiu- - over the use of tobacco by officials No. 3 white vania town nave organized a non- C858ic. So. 4 white ed with disorderly conduct whllo Inswearing club. This Is a good Idea U Tho observatory hero predicts that more city was 29,302. Clark received uia in omco. a resolution was pre &ty&!c. .No. 2 mixed B8'.t69c. No. 3 toxicated, tbe mngtstrnto recognized It s absolutely necessary. Mexico City will bo visited by a disas 19.277, Wilson 6,673 and Harmon 3, sented by Dr. Robert Stephens. Dan mixed 57fB8c. No. 4 mixed 65?57c. an old friend who, 20 years ago. was , Hay Steady Friday. No. 1 timothy one of the trous earthquake within twclvo hours. 293. There wero polled 164 rotes for ville. III., to tho effect. "That it Is the orators in an unlnstructed delegation. Koose- - senso of this general conference says tho New York Sun. Rubin "Millions for delense, but not 1 cent that -- 5';s.du, .no. 2 timothy 2G.50j?27. -- '""sj'-b. iNo. I clover mixed Breniesi sirengin was snown In no person should bo elected to any of IV . I.ane. a lawyer, appeared to press for tribute." American women nr Ci f P PflMMITTEC Tn UCCT -uauimore city, nis vote being 12.696 fice within the gift of tho conference mixed the charge, and whon McOulnness protesting against tbe importation of XV , clover to 7.283 for Taft, '. apologized tho lawyer refused to ao- who uses tobacco In any of Its forms. .'Mvn"elnvor' styles from that dear Paris. Republicans to Assemble at Chicago Walla Walla. Wash., May 9. The A vlpornua fipli.ifA .nati.,1 nv-Cattle-Sl- ow o to Decide ",ra,01 ,,0UI'0 ,ald: June and weak; 10tfl5c state Democratic convention In ses- - crt Watt ot Delaware, while faming Is one While a trial was In progress at Coun"er. Vm tho Shippers 16ffi7.E0. Vhni lower. . " Portland. Oregon, one attorney hurled was a extra JJ.CQQK; butcher steers, extra '" w ma city. I've. ",on' u.cc,ard hat V,. r an Ink well at another. A strong vu i4 w u fcv iui l uouKeruus ana unwise ining to try to 7.3&if 7.65. cood to chnlrn ir. ir.ti--: r. ...... president7 uccmring m open v f li argument for tbe fountain pen. regulato conduct ruIDoctor common to" fair $4.60ff5.eT hel feri! COurt '!mt ' wouW bo k mee Ing of the Repu Issued h 'CCc! ' ' m.UfcCh ' ilean nalnal commntee that yenr" ?! . passea on tne conduct oilI ,r a ban Francisco woman wants a on Thursday, June 6, to decide con-o mon can thereforn hn nlH Hudnltnlr i n. uin m uwon .ucwumncs iu iuu . ittu-"- ; towi, r. nr. ...... : . . i. ,.i It Tim ia intTi -- -. -- uu. divorce because her husband talks too tests among delegates to , uuu hid wuuicrenco uau l I I . no uau a " . hn iiTnn the Repub b :. can- - bright futuro UW before him. and h "u 2.25T3.50, ,u,r 'J ii!" ' much. In California the women are lican national convention. Motions to defor to ners . a 10 nl" 100 Bamo right in .anvi luunuuua wm oe other committees might have bold a high position It ho on an equal tooting with tbe men. It will bo tho earliest meeting In cast solidly for phamp Clark. Hulls steady. Rologna S4.SStfir,.7;. bad JtmeioT-- J rh left rum alone. many years, because of the many conextra o.Btiut, tat bulls X5.70jfC.25. I feel sorry for him. amUiempnt hv n mnllnn r. ArAs-- K Ho met men A woman physician Is telling her tests. The last day for tiling Calves Oood. steady to 2Cc hither: contests TEN IN aucr to the committee on education. other grades slow and weak; extra of power nnd Influenco and was led KILLED WRECK sex that big feet mean big brains, liut will be May 29. The motion was finally adopted by $7.76. fair to good $007.60. common ,nt0 'epatlon through his efforts to then the average woman doesn't par lo a good fellow. Ho cannot resist Confederate Veterans' 8peclal Enroute an overwhelming majority. ticularly wish to look Intellectual. and largo $307. CARDINAL TO BUY A YACHT Hogs Slow on packers nnd lmtrh. drink, nnd now he Is n wreck. Think to Reunion at Macon, Ga, In uecommendatlons wero adopted, un- tiplno. der the direction of Rev. w a rhinn era at 10c decline, nctlve and stroni? of a brain llko ho A Camden. N. J., rirl ha hen nf Accident ,. iu iuc nigiier on IIKJil stunners nml numbed with nlcohnl colored delerntn from r,,,lDl.. to Jail for 90 days for kicking a police- - 'ConneH of Boston Planning Sea DI- Ba KOoU ,0 version for the Summer Out of "Counsellor, this genius, for he was. Hattlesburg, Miss.. May 8. The tB homo missionary society provldo piK7 neaY man on the chin, thus furnishing an Marblehead, Mass. first section of the Texas Confederate "' t0 ministers "and their peoplo who mixed packers Mill UU.L'I l7UVfO. la genius, Is down, and why do you other argument for tall policemen. $7.707.95. stags 14l 0. want to kick him? Ho Is our reunion special, enrouto to Macon, (la, naa suffered by thousands In tho re-Peer In I'uininon to cnoice neavy rat sows Is Boston, May 11. Cardinal O'Connell was wrecked at Uunna Mill last Mon- - ccnl nooas in tne south. Pennsylvania Is to build a new penl 7.10. extra $7.16. light shippers $67 tho matter of learning. I respect him all lentlary with the labor of convicts. may tnke up yachting as a diversion day, on tho New Orleana & North i.i", pigH tuu jus anil less) $6(;ti.40. In bis misfortune Withpowerhis ability Woodtleks Kill Four Children. he has not tho will to flrht That seems like adding Insult to in this summer. Ho Is at present necotl- - eastern railroad, six miles north ot sneotf Hteadv: extra JGi cnni atlng for the purchase of a fine yacht, Hattleaburg, killing four trainmen and Moosejaw, Sask., May 11. Four cholco $4.75ffi 6. common to fair !2.7Kira the demon, rum. Oh, tho pity of It! jury. which la stored at Marblehead. If the six or more passengers, and Injuring children of John Cudmore. living have broad powors In a caso Ilka " eighteen miles east of here, have died twenty-fire- . cardinal buys tbe yacht it Is uunus aieauy; extra X7.40jp7.50, tnis, ana I'm going to exercise them. Justices of the peace can no longer stood that he will pass much under- at least The train was from New Orleans, within a few days from spinal menln. kuuu io of his iiwi'to, common to Sentence suspended. perform tbe marriage service in New tlmo In Marblehead waters .. . ., this sum and was occupied eutlrely by tbe vet- gins. The Illness Is declared to bo mir, 2u.iiiiuLii.vik . voiiriiniro xr. 'tr.r.fr. ir. i . IMIU, " ill .1 Jersey and tbe clergy are reaping a mer. BJiring inmus UMa.bU. u hnlre.l and unahav.n hnu-n,erans and wives and families. .due to woodtleks. ' win uva harvest I If. B,u ic.i. Banana Pe.l V'" No. U. 8. Vessel In Thames In a Year. Foxhounds for the Kaiser. i Bnu '"ere wuro wiHn.ii rniu. murucrcu woman, Co,,,muu8' A new malady Is attacking thetreas- Ufa saved by n n Los Angeles, Cal.. May 11. With Now York, May ll.- -A report by tbe London. Eng.. May ll.-- A pack of the courtroom as tho po-ury clerks who count money In Wash- - throat cut. ribs broken and clothing foxhounds was sent from England banana, pco, Harry NuB'e' hc four- - tical orator hufllcd out. on medical officer of tho port of London Ington It will not. however, become partly burned off. the body of an un- - last Thuraday to Potsdam Maglstrato House said later for the England, discloses tho fact that no fear"'d 8on of n Columbus man. enbest of health. Young Hurry, McOulnness was graduated from that ... German emperor, who baB made up vessel flying tho stars and stripes ar"-" Known woman, nnrarcntiv .in tha by his mother, loft a University of Dublin. old. was found hero Thursday In a his mind to Introduce fox hunting; Into rived in tho Thames In the whole of accompanied Pennsylvania train at tho Union depot j lie uay of shingles la passing and vacant houBo by a carpenter. year. domains. his last , . 1. mre. mi... mow er turneu. to watch for that of slate, tile or metal Is coming. l ie Treat Without Stimulants. A roof which fire cannot Ignite Is want- wero supposed to London Tailor Strike Grows. irienus tiiui Workmen Find Old Coins. Thrown From Horse; Killed. "Speaking generally, disease tn all towns. meet her and the tot Initiated an ex- - satisfactorily treated without is mor ed London. Kng.. May 11. Tbe tailor.' New York. May 11. A emu: of Jollet. 111., May 11. Frank Vlnra etlrau. plorlng expedition. He toddled to an- - lants. strike has extended to tho East End workmen at Corainack. L. I,, due un a horse and llverv tahi In tho caso of teetotal- A California woman who marries an worKrs, o.uuu or wnom ceased work hog of oiu coins last Thursday and a owner, of this city was Instantly killed o her track, on which a switching en- - era the action of medicines Is more alien loses her right to vote. Call- - Pn mursday; The men demand an ad- - tree for all fight ensued for their Thursday when thrown In front of an glno was backing Into the sUtlon. and certain, and tho Issuo of the caaW wages and better workshop lossesslon. Some of tbe coins aro electric car by a horso which bo was was about lo Jump la front ef tho en- - Is usually moro hopeful." Dr. A. KJ tornla girfs are becoming cautious as VRDC', ' 1 Bine when ho stepped on a banana peel. T. Longhurst i uatpu 1702. cwuuiuuaiions. inuing, Kell as alert. Iitr, Party Was on a Pleasure Trip and Were Only Fairly Started on Jour ney When Disaster Occurred List of the Victims. MUST STOP DRINKING Weaker Sisters Wish to Retain Standing In Duslntsa World Must - y e o e new-bor- FLOOD TOLL GROWS d gov-erno- five-stor- "J lJ " g1 Sn 1 unnntu ea'4Jb,c. Forty-sevent- h best-know- New-York- "" loriT,';;' v,u mi Ch; ";"" I,,. ' " li ..... TetM W'KVJiaiM: W ihi .'zJr"'" rrAl... " "ul' " ""'"""' Tn,y Z' POSSf-ssn- 1 l ""i ono-tlm- e n. -'- ...e ... well-know- ... 1 May 16, 1912. THE CITIZEN. RIDDLED BY FEUDISTS. Page Three. GAME FOR RECESS AT SCHOOL M COURT APPROVES ROGERS' STIPEND CIRCUIT JUDGE KCRR SANCTIONS RECEIVERS' FEES IN RAIL. ROAD AND BOND CASE. FROM OLD KENTUCKY Now Tho election for school trustee resulted In tho choice of D. F IlarcUy for tho full torm and M. Augusta. Last Chapter In Hargl Feud li NEWS fbrtfie Closed, A report from JackLovCavlllc. says that son, Kontucky, Callahan, former sheriff of Ilreathltt county and one of the loaders of tho famous Ilnrgls faction was Nassasslnated as he stood In front of his door at Crockntsvllle. Two years ago Callahan was shot by an assassin but recovered. This tlmo he was with bullets as ho stood at tho door by assassins who wore hidden on tho hillside In the same place where they shot him two years ago. The killing of Callahan Is another l feud tragedy In the which for more than ten years blood He had run In Ilreathltt county. Is one of the last leaders. All others havo met violent deaths, most of them under the assassins' guns. Callahan knew that he waa a "marked man" that sooner or later his enemies would get him. To avoid death he had made tho most elaborate precautions. Around his storo and his residence, ho. had built high walls that he might not be under tho ran go from the surrounding hills. Connecting his store and his home was a covered passageway that he might go from his store to his resldenco without exposing himself to bullets. l which The feud. has recently claimed its latest victim, broke out In 1901. It had Its origin In politics. James Hargls was county Judge of Hreathltt and Edward Callahan, sheriff. The Cockrell boys disputed the supremacy of tho Hargls. The feud that resulted Is a recital of bloodshed d rid-dlo- d Hargls-CockretHargls-Cockret- Hargott for the short term. CLOUDBURST IN GEORGETOWN Torrentt Swsep Through Streets and Wet and Rain Fall In Sheet Dry Forcee In Lebanon Contnst Local Option Election. Lexington. Circuit Judge Charles approved an atlowance of 126.000 to James C, ltogers. receiver of tho American Ilcsarve Ilond company and tlin Southern Mutual Investment company, and allowed attorney' foes aggregating 50,000, but referred to It. J. Colbert, muster commissioner of tho court, tho question to determine tho amount of feos already paid attorneys and to whom the fees wcro paid, which arc to bo deducted from this nllowance. The attorneys to whom the allowance will go aro John It. Allen, Henry T. Duncan, jr.. and T. T. and Don M. Forman, all of this city, nnd Homer W. tlatson and B. F. Washer, of Louisville. The affldavit filod by the receiver asking for tho allowance stated that the fees should ,ba fixed at from $100,000 to $126,000 .Minerva. The Minerva high achool commencement exercises will be held In tho Daptlst church at Minerva, this county. ?roi T, J, Coatea, of Frankfort, stato surr. lice of rural schools, will deliver the adrtipss. Mayavllle. II. II. Williams was granted a divorce from Emma Williams In the Mason circuit court. Hy order of the couit all of their holdings were divided according to possession before marriage. Newport. Thirty-onof thirty-sevemembors of the graduating class at the high school havo protested against the order directing them to wear cap and gown at the commencement exe n Kurr ha ercises. Newport. All of the unincorporated territory south of Newport and east to the Ohio river was annexed by of ficial order, and Is now a part of c Newport. It has boon deslinated t C, Fifth ward. pre-cln- Georgetown. Probably the youngest mother and grandmother In the stato lives in Georgetown. Mrs. Kate Fields, thirteen, became the mother of a daughter recently. Tho grandmother of the babe is hardly thirty. for the receiver and his various attorneys. The various suits brought by the receiver havo been ponding for several years and Receiver Roger Is working hard to wind up the affairs of tho Insolvent companies. He probably will distribute tho fees by next Baturday. TO CONSTRUCT Lexington. STEEL STADIUM, stretching over years. Dr. D. II. Cox, the Cockrell' guard-Ian- , was shot to death on the stroet of Jackson one night while answering a sick call. Jim Cockrell, town marshal of Jackson, was shot to death at noon on the main street by assassin concealed In the court house. Then J. n. Marcum, the Cockrell's was shot to death as he stood at the door of the court house In May, 1903. Somerset. Tho farmers of Pulaski have not In years been so far behind with their work as they are this year. Some of them have not yet turned the ground for their corn and the corn planting will be delayed until late In tho month. Goergetown. The body of James boy whose Lutes, tho disappearance at n recent date, caused searching parties all over the county, was lound In the water near Crockett's Island. A brother, Taylor Lutes, Is supposed to be In Louisville omployed as a plasterer. twelve-year-ol- l'lans are on foot for the construction of a mammoth steel nil concrete stadum on the athletic urcunds of Kentucky State University, the Rreat stand to extend In ovel ahspn around tho field to seat 20.000 to 30,000 people and to cost from $25,000 to $76,000. Professor F. l'aul Anderson, of the unUerslty. who Is chairman of the Faculty Athletic committee, haa charge of drawing up th plans, aided by Assistant Director of Athletics It. S. Webb, who made tho aurvey of the athletic field, Prof. Anderson also will present tho plana for the big stadium to the board of trustees of tho unlversdlty nt the annual session on Juno 4, when the trustees vs 111 be auked to make sufficient appropriations to begin tho work. It Is proposed that tho big stadium which, when completed, will s resemble 111 shape and alio tho Syracuse stadium, bo built In sections, probably requiring several years to complete and permitting the need of more space and tho appropriations for the work to grow with the constructloc. world-famou- TWO DEAD IN LONE "8HACK." Tompklnsvllle. Albert Stephens were found and W'lllion Mayberry dead In a "shack" on Kettle Creok this county both having died from pistol wounds. As far as Is now known no one witnessed the shooting. There was a bed In the shack and when the men wore found one was drossed only In his night clothes, whllo the other had his coat and shoes removed. Relatives were attracted by blood stains under the door. It was forced open and one of the men was found In a Bitting posture In ono corner, while the other was lying on the floor. Kach was pierced by four bullets, any one of which would havo been fatal, The shooting was heard by neighbors, v.'ho gave It no notice, as such sounds nre a common occurronce. About three weeks ago Stephens sold his whisky and the shuck to Mayberry, and some think the cause of the troublo grow out of tho settlement. Rut this Is doubted by Stephens' brother, who says they were good friends. He thinks both men the victims of other parties. Stephens had lived In Illinois until recently and Mayberry formerly lived In Tennessee. ELECT PRESIDENT. Cynthlana. The greater part of tho corn crop will be planted .within the Tobacco next eight or ten days. plants are making a rapid growth and notwithstanding the lateness of sowing, will be on hand for setting at tho usual time. This crop promlsos to be somewhat in excess of tho usual amount. Paducah. Judge J. W. Henson, of Dixon, was appointed special Judge over tho McCracken circuit court for the trial of the suits of tho Dank of I .a Center against Elizabeth and the Rank of Drookport, III., against John Sinnott. Tho regular Judge, W. M. Reed, was disqualified Sin-no- tt as he Is Interested In tho cases. Maysvllle. Walla Hummer was arrested here charged with gambling. At hl3 trial Police Judge Whltaker told him he would suspend sentence if he would Join the army. Plummer Immediately acceptyd tho offer and applied for enlistment papers. WILL CONTEST LOCAL CASE. League Lobanan. The has filed In tho county court formal notice of contest of the lo?al option election recently held In this city, at which the "wets" wcro victorious by n majority of U. The contest, according to the btatement filed In court, will bo based upon the following grounds: Thnt the question was not properly printed upon the ballot; that tho petition for tho election did not contain tho names of 25 per cent of the voters at each of the precincts In town and that In precinct No. 4 some of tho actlvo leaders of the "wets," Anti-Saloo- mattor of the election cannot be spread upou thu official records. .The contost will be tried before tho county contest board, composed of tho county Judge and two magistrates residing nearest the court house. GEORGETOWN CLOUDBURST. Including some of the officers of election, were guilty of "such fraud. Imbribery and position. Intimidation, other unlawful practices" that the result of the election was nffected. The contort sayn proceedings In I he 0 Ucorgctowii was visGeorgetown. ited recently by one of the most destructive cloudbursts over known In this section. Tho whole town was temrorarlly Inundated and In low sections wan nlmost kneo deep. In a moat peculiar manner tho water caused u lira at tho Georgetown gas house, which for a while seemed danOvergerous to the neighborhood. flowing tho tar box, It forced tar under tho boiler furnace, where It exploded. The damage was not groat to tho machinery. The plant Is owned by Colonol It. W. Nelson of Covington. The Incandescent electric street lighting also was put out of commission. ("ampton. The May term of the Wolfe circuit court recently convened here, with Judge D. R. Redwlno pre siding. The Judge's instructions to Richmond. The superintendents the grand Jury were strenuous. Tho held n recent convention here. The Judge called tho Jury's attention to round-tabltalks woro presided over thu Illegal sale of whisky and gam by State Superintendent T. J. Coatcs, bllng. There were about 250 cases, 20 of Frankfort, nnd topics discussed felonies, TO common law and 100 wore: First, consolidation; second, equity cases on tho docket. how to secure better trustees; third, loys' and girls' agricultural clubs as Maysvllle. W. W. Hall sr., for more an auxiliary to the schools; fourth, the Kentucky Education Association, than 15 yoars cashier of the First superintendents' relations and duty to National Hank of this city, has re J. E. Thulkcld, assistant It; fifth, how to arouse more senti- signed. ment and better effort In the good cashier, was made temporary cashier. roads movement; sixth, tho superin- Through the efforts of Mr. Hall the tendent's office- - Its appearance an In- bank erected the finest bank and ofdex to school conditions In the fice building In this part of the state county; Boventh, redeeming tho people at a cost of $80,000. He is still tho of eastern Kentucky to prosperity and secretary of the Union Trust com' educntlon through horticulture. Su- pany. perintendent Kdgar C. Relley, of lloone county, was electod president. Covington. An unidentified man fnshlonubly dressed walked beneath the C. & O. brldgo at Fifteenth Btreet, SEEKING BEST PAVING. placed a revolver to his head and Hopklnsvllln plans pulled tho trigger. Persous who heard Hopklnsvlllu. saw him stngger and fall to build six miles or more of new the report ground. He was taken to St. streets nnd proposes before building to tho Hospital and Is still alive, them to learn Just what sort Is tho Elizabeth's although the doctors say he cannot best and most durable With thnt recover. Ho had removed every mark end In view the Hopklnsvillo Ilusl-no- s that might lend to his Identification. a Men's Association Is with the city administration by holding meetings In the court house Whltesburg. Jenkins, a now city lu where tho different kinds of streets this county, now has a municipal go' Asphalt, brick and ornmeut of Its own. Tho board are discussed. block paving havo their advocates, trustees Is; M. A. Dunlap, W. S. l'errj and It Is hoped to have representa- and M. T. Duncan. J, H. Wright If tives from contractors In these differ- assessor; Harry Morgan, marshal!) ent Hues present at the meeting to O. L. Terrell, treasurer; Charles dlscusB with the citizens, the relative Paynter, city attorney; John D. W. merits of tho various kinds of pavings. Collins, pollco Judge and W. M. CrawThose who expect to appear before ford, city clerk. An ordinance was the meeting nre expected to notify passed extending tho city limits bov tho association. eral miles up and down Elkhoru. e 8UFFERER8 TAKEN CARE OF. government In windHickman.--Th- e ing up Its Hood relief depot turned over to the relief committee 1,000 pounds of coffee, 20,000 pounds of meal, 4,000 pounds of bacon, 14 barrels it molasses and three barrels of augar. Iti uddltlon to this, tho relief committee has $3,500 In cash for disbursement. With these supplies and Whltesburg. Tho Fiscal court of cash all tho remaining flood sufferers can bo well taken caro of until they Letcher county has irindo arrange have gotten back to work. Health ments for tho erection of n $1,200 iondltlor.it arc excellent. graded school building lu Whltesburg. Maysvllle.--Fo- r the first tlmo In 30 years members of tho Joseph Helscr Post, 0. A. A., will not generally observe memorial day on account of tho depletion of membership through death nnd Infirmity. This was decided nt ii meeting of surviving members of tho post, but thoy will hold memorial services on Sunday, May 20, at Reechwood Tnrk. Carlisle. Surveyors laying out th routu of the proposed railway from Cincinnati to Salt Lick have reached Plqua, Robertson county, whero they are now camped. Tho proposed rout It Is said, will follow the Licking rlvor valley with few diversions. Maysvllle. Charles Smith, former Louisville & Nashville baggage mas ter here, who several mouths ago at tempted to kill his wlfu and was placed in Jail, has been adjudgod of ordered seal unsound mind and whip mo. Isn't itT" to tho Lexington, hospital. This game may he played at recess with a many as twenty or twenty-flgirl and boys taking part In IL All except three clasp of the players By Edward A. Marshall, AMPLE MEAL FOR A PYTHON hands and form a circle. Inside tbe ring la the orchard where tbe fox, one Director ot Mmkuit Com of MoodV luttuM, Oacita Coat It Swallowed In Two of tho players, takes his place. The fanner, another one of the extra playEfforts, Time Occupying Spact of ring ers, stands on the outsldo of tho About IS Minute. and call to another player, who Is a Tl'XT And the angel answered and Probably the finest zoological speci outside the ring, saying: "Druno, fox Mil unto the women, go quickly and tell men creatures ever fox Is In tho orchard." Then tbeplay- Ids dteclples that He la risen from the of Romeo 28:S-dcd.-M- att. brought together In Sandakan are now runs from tho circle beneath the to be seen at the hotel, say the Ilrlt- - ers' uplifted bands. Druno chases him. folTho condition ot heathen women In lih North Rorneo Herald. They con first entering tho circle and then fox sist of a magnificent specimen of tbe lowing Just whero thogame runs. dog, foreign lands today domands that the through tho the All In this lies a sigtiger, four orang-utans- , all thoroughly Rruno. must Imitate everything thai nificant fact that In "follow tho fox doe Just as player It was In his purtheir leader" Imitate their leader. If pose to have the fox Jumps up to touch the branch womankind ever of a tree Rruno must Imitate. Sometelling tbo Gospel times tho fox docs many stunts which to tho women of amuse the ring players very much and the race. which mako It hard for the dog. If toe Ono of the readog does not follow ho cannot go on sons why tbe his part of tho game, but raut with Christian women ring. Then tho fox becomes Join tho of tbo world shall dog and a new fox la chosen, when be foremost In the dog captures tho fox he becomes their evangelizafox tho fox for the new game and tho tion. Christ made dog goes Into the ring. Then a new a woman tho first I When tho ring I very chosen. messenger of hla largo thcro may bo two foxes wlthlo resurrection and tho circle and two dog to chase them. evangelization of the women ot the world must bo dono by women who A Bulga In HI Middle. UNUSUAL RESOURCE OF BOY have acepted Christ Is because they can bo reached by women only. It la docile and healthy, and last but not unsaying python. This latter Lad With On Roller Skate Attaehel a common women. that men do not least a Evidences of this derstand It to Box and Secures Bigger Load had not required food for some have been presented In tho thousands of Wood Than Others. months and showed sign of wanting of divorce case and oft repeated famday. In con- something to eat the other Small boys were collecting firewood, ily troubles which are commonly re sequence a goat waa Intro ported In these days. If this be true duced. After the goat had tried an where it had been thrown out tot grace Ineffectual "butt" the python caught them, at the side door of a large gro- In civilized countries, where the huhim by the muzzle, and In one moment cery establishment on upper Uroad of Ood modifies tho harshness of life, how much more must It be had enveloped him In his colls, killing way. There was something of a rusn man among true the heathen, who have do him Instantly. The python then pro spiritual or moral standards such as ceeded to swallow htm whole, which we have, and no divine power to asoccupied. In two effort, about a quarsist them In living righteous lives. ter of an hour. When we saw the There aro no women In foreign python a few hours after his orgy, lands who will open their hearts to there was a sort of leery smile on hi men. Being very shy and suspicious, faco and a bulge In bis middle which they are often reluctant to do this must havo measured over four feet even to the missionary women who round. The animals are the property visit them. In fact, such a network taking them of Dr. HerzeJ, who of suspicious fears has been woven homo to Europe. around the lives of women In lands that they shrink from overy foreigner who would pry Into CAT HAS FONDNESS FOR EGGS the secrets of their Inner life. It would bo entirely Improper for a Big, Fat, Lazy Fellow Detected In Act man to visit the home of any native of Tearing Open Bag and woman in any land, even Stealing Hen Fruit. should she bo a member ot the church. Rolled It Away. Go rigid are tho customs that often In The owner of a clover cat write to Our Dumb Animals that the pet, "a to see who would get the most, and caso ot illness, tbo male doctor Is not great, fat, lazy, good natured fellow," tho proud possessor of ono roltci permitted to ceo tho female patient. has a fondness for eggs. Sir Tom was skate came out ahead In the scramble A missionary doctor In China was once asked to visit a Chinese home to detected In tho kitchen recently on a cava tho MnW York Sun. table watching an unopened bag of Seizing an orange crate, he BtrappeC prescribe for a sldk wife. When he eggs. "Stepping tmcK noiselessly, bis skate to ono of the bottom sian Insisted on seeing tho patlont, the huswrites tho owner, "wo saw him cau- nnrt filllne the crato with wood, rolled band remonstrated. However, when t Ion sir tear the bag with his teeth It nway on tho four wheels of th he found that no relief could bo given and claws, stopping every little bit to skate, whllo others were leit to arag without examination, such as the feeling of the pulse, ho hastened to her listen. Finally the opening was large or carry their smaller loads. room, tied a twined string around her enough for him to get out an egg by gentlo little pats. He held the egg wrist and passed tho end out of the window to the doctor, telling htm to In his mouth, Jumped to the floor, SECRET OF COLORED FLOWER rolled his prize about gently until be take hold of It and see It sbo had got it Into position, and then bumped Carnations and Pink Lillet fever. There are thousands of women In Asia who would rather die than Made So by Immersing Stems In let a man see their faces. Aniline Solutions. Over most of the territory from Ja At a recent flower show spectators pan through Korea, China, Slam, Bur were astonished at the sight of odd ninh, India and on to Palestine and carnations, Turkey, women aro shut apart In flowers green colored tho "woman's apartpink lilies of the valley, deep Bcarlet places called narcissi and other flowers just as re ment." In poor Indian homes, this markable. The coloring was beauti Bccluded portion ot tho house is mado fully delicate and soft, and for a time by hanging a sari ot coarse piece ot every one supposed that some clover cloth across one part of tho room, thus gardener would make his fortune from forming a retreat for the women when tho discovery of these new ana mar- men como to visit their husbands. velous varieties of flowers. As a mat The women of tho Orient are guard'I ter of fact, tho coloring of the flowers ed as though they were untrustworthy was so simply done that nearly any and as though they wero unworthy of clever boy or girl could do It with suc human privileges, or were In capable cess. The whole secret lies in im of exercising proper management ol mcrslng the stem of tho fresh cut tbe family affairs. This Cat Like Eggs. flowers la various kinds of aniline so Under such conditions as theso. It it against the table leg until It broke. lutions. can be easily Been to be imposslblo Tho Then ho enjoyed his feast" Anllluo tcartct dissolved In water to for tho men ot tho mission stations to writer wonders where Tom got the about tho transparency of claret haa preach tho gospel to tho quarter of a taate, ns he and "his ancestors for a very rapid action on flowers, color billion women living in the Orient; It generations back were city bred." ing them pink and scarlet, indigo must bo done by women. In tbo first place, tho women ot carmlue produces beautiful blue tints give various shades these lands need tbo TRADES OF LITTLE ANIMALS The two combined of ournle. with curious mottled effects gospel for their own sake. Tho soul some parts of tho flowers becoming of a Hindoo or Chtncse woman Is as Bees Are Geometricians, While Mole nink and other parts blue ana purple truly precious In tho sight of Ood as Is Meteorologist and Many Birds Greens ate produced by using the blue that ot any other woman, for he docs Are Musicians. dye with yellow. Lily of tho valley not look on tho outward appearance; beautifully tinged with are geometricians. Tho colls flowers became six hours; narclsM are whether tho person bo blackIn or white, Rees In a calico or whether she be dressed so that with tho least pink or blue pure re constructed changed from white to aeep scar sari or a sealskin cloak, whether she quantity of material they have the ot cats, rice with her Angers off a ba12 hours, and delicate shades largest spaces and least possible loss let In are Imparted to tbem in a verj pink nana leaf or dainty delicacies from of Interstice. Yellow daffodils nre beau ware Eols short time. The molo Is a moteorollglst. tlfully striped with dark scarlet In 12 Another reason why tho women of are electricians. The nautilus Is a tho Orient must be reached Is navigator; bo raises and lowers his hours It Is extremely Interesting they support and maintain the sails casts and weighs anchor, and to Moreover color creep Into tho pure watch the religious systems of tho countries In performs other nautical acts. flower petals one by one, which they live. of tbe Whole tribes o'. birds are musicians. white they becomo a rich blue or pink It must be readily Ecen that tho Tho beaver U an architect, builder until scarlet. hundreds of millions of women In and wood cutter; he cuts down trees or Asia must perish without tho gospel and erects bouses and dams. Jar or Jug. It tho women of Christian lands do The marmot Is a civil engineer; he Frances, aged four, accompanied not respond to the call ot Christ and not only builds bouses, but constructs aqueducts and drains to keep them her mother to church and hearing the carry his messago lntu their homes. hymn, "Drops of Mercy, Can It R Tho response which theso women dry. give to tho missionary lady who asks Tbe white ants maintain a regular tim Gates Were Lett Ajar for Me ulni It lifter returning home tA.i Wasps are paper for admission to their homes Is a army of soldiers. manufacturers. Caterpillars are silk She sang' "Drops of Mercy. Tnn It guarantee for untold usefulness for spinners. Tho squirrel is a ferryman; Ho 7.0 Dates Wns l.oft " then six any Christian woman who can find It with a chip or r. piece of bark for a otnnned. "Well, why don't you go on! In her heart to take them tho words landa ot life. In tho boat and his tall for a salt ho crosses asked her mother, '"rouse." wos th tbe stream. Dogs, wolvos. Jackals reply, "I fordet wevvor It was a Jar oi women aro often so anxious to hear the mossage concerning the "new and many othors aro hunters. Tho a Jug." way" that they will listen with Inmonkey Is a ropo dancer. Tho black tense cngcrnoss for a lontjor period Just HolUred. bear and the heron aro fishermen, and tbe busy ar.ta are regular day laborer. "Ma," remarked tne small boy than tbe missionary Is able to speak. "Isn't It tunny that everybody calls With such nn open door of blessing Same Old Spot. little brother n bouncing baby?" "Whj offered to tho women of America who Hcnpcck "Now, listen to mo, young do you think It funny. William?" re have como to know Christ can there man! If you ask unotbvr question I'll turned hlB mother, "Because when I bo nny trade or profession whlcb whip you whero you sit." Willie dropped him off the porch this room would prevent ono from entering the (brightly) "That's whero you always Ins ho didn't bounce a blL lit Just door v.ltU th truo message ol a1vj v YOUNG PEOPLE Tw,lty or Twenty.Flv Bjys and Girl May Participate In Pastlm Whll Clasping Hands. THE NEED OF WOMEN MISSIONARIES O-- i Full-Size- d full-size- 1 n fti-ee- n t.-- hollered." Uont rvi Page Four. THE CITIZEN. May id, 1912. On Saturday afternoon, May 11, & OR, CRAFTS NEXT MONDAY tho woman's missionary society gnvo N18HT a farewell reception for Mrs. Kills. Tho reception was to havo been held Waihlngton Orator snd Thinker CHESTNUT STREET, BEREA, KENTUCKY nt Mrs. Dlzuoy's.homo but Was changt Speaks In Ohapol on Living ed to Mrs. Nowcomer's on account and Dying- - Nations. NEWS OF BEREA. AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A of tho Inclemency of tho weather. Dr. Wither K. Crafts, tho famous VARIETY OF SOURCES Mrs. Kills carries with her tho esteem good wishes ot all her Heron lecturer nnd nuthor, will bo In Ucrca and on Monday, speaking to tho Collego aoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoao oaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoi aoaoi friends. PKRFUMKRY, SOAP, SYR1NOES, DRUSHKS, COMDS, faculty nnd Invited guests at tho 111 last Airs. A. J. Smith was quite Chin Wnh, a Chinaman1, who spent WATC1IKS, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY President's Houso at :30 nnd to week but is better now. several years in tho Foundation the students and citizens In tho Wc Hnndle The Purest nnd Best Goods Schools of Borca Collego writes Chnpol Mr. Den Gay and family lmvo movnt night. ed Into town from their farm lit from Columbus, Ohio, where ho is Dr. Cratts has boon addressing Junior In tho Agricultural Cow-sof great audiences Lowell, Ky. CITY 1'IIONK IBS nt Nashvitto this tho Stnto University. wu-k- . Mr. A. W. Williams nud family Ho Is a champion of tho Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. Holla Hoffman a member of tho chief reforms of our day, nnd ono of ri turned from Florida, recently. Thoy PHONE 64. Lrought with them some samples of class of 'OS, Is Junior In tho Modi-o- il tho great national inon. Ills lecturo DAN H. BRECK School In Cleveland, 0. Ho Florida fruit and vegetables which on Living nnd Dying Nations Is of won first placo In n competl-tlv- o thrilling interest to all. Admission Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Slock they shared with friends. INSURANCE examination which placed him frco. Hook and children Mrs. O. to leave this week for a visit as physician In chnrgo of tho MaWill sign your bond. ternity Homo of tho city. For his MOTHERS' DAY Richmond, Ky. with relatives In Ma&on County. 505 Phone returning Mrs. Hook will at- - work ho receives practically nil ex in iws, mo second Hunuay in '.May toud tho Deiiartnient Kucamiiment of fnBCS was set niart as Mothers' Day, Mrs. Allco Montgomery of Merldnn, tho Q. A. it., held In Louisville next . Churches and Sunday Schools nt FOR EVERYTHING TO EAT Mississippi, spent Inst week with on week. ATTORNEY AT LAW co grasptd tho vlKiilflcanco nud her brother, Supt. Kdnards. I value Mr. I'aul Bowersox, who has bocn of tint tirniipr nliscrinnm nf Mr. lorrest Dowden was called tll0 Will practice in Madison and In tho Collego department hero this In addition to the advantages of getting the very best grade ot SUxte nfler Swt0( country adjoining counties. year, loft last Thursday to spend u to Chicago, III., Monday, to the bed- - nflcr country responded until now goods in our line at a reasonable price, we are in a position to I few days with his parents at Wilkes sldo of his brother, James, who had tllo ohsorvancn of tho .lav lias be-' Office in Berea National Bank Larre, I'cnn. Ho will then go to tho undergono nn operation for nppendl- show you how to obtain a handsome set of "ROGERS' SIL. nnri.l.wi.le Adirondack mountains, whero ho will fcltls. Tho lntest reports nro that ho t Horea tho .day had ,full recognl-- i the regular price. .'. .'. VERWARE" at about one-thir.. N. TIME TABUS. L. , ''s doing nlcley. end tho summer. North Bound Local Mrs. A. n. Lee of Oakley, Cnl., for- - npproprlnto Tho only real up to dato lino of Sunday music In tho 10:66 p. m. buggies 7:00 a. m. Knoxvllle CALL AND INVESTIGATE in "Madison County, now at merly Miss Margaret Adams of White School and Church service. Tho 3:62 a. m. Welch's. 1:04 p. ni. BEREA. writes of her continued In- - tor spoko on "WIso Motherhood, tho 7:45 a. m. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati Mr. W. W. Long representing the tcrest In Berea and Madison County privilege, power and unluuo relation-newSouth Hound Local , ship to nil nges and races, nnd mado 8:15 p. m. Success Company's Branch office of 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati 111., Danville, and C. II. Mllkee, 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. in. UERRa manager of tho company gram, which was styled "Utllo Dul- - tho year before, pray n llttlo oftou- 6:65 p. m. 6:61 a. m. tho homo Knoxvlll were In town from last Tuesday uner, lovo a llttlo more, cling a llttlo co Review." Express Trains Saturday employing agents for After a rather unlquo roll call tho closer to tho Father's lovo; llfo Stop to take on and let off paasen-tor- s til tho ensuing summer. program began with u story by Miss below shall llker grow to tho llfo from beyond Dayton, O., or from Sarah Cox, followed by u solo by nbovo." Mr. Wm. Dooley, after spending Atlanta and beyond. Mlsa Helen Dlzney which was heartl- When tho fight logins several days with his parents, left, wlUiln South Hound ly encored. Tho comic section by himself, a man's worth fomcthlng. Monday, for an extended trip thru 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati Miss Nelllo Coo was true to ItM Hrownlng. the South representing a Cin 11:44 a. m. BERJBA name so much so that It was en- Tho eyes of tho ImtA nro In every cinnati Hardware firm. North Bound tho place, beholding tho ovll and cored. Next was a sermon of tho Mr. J. Q. Durham, a teacher In p. m. 4:46 BEREA dny by Miss Fny. It was full of good. Solomon, the Model Schools, returned to Be 8:37 p. m. Cincinnati thought nnd sound Instruction. The Thou earnest not to thy placo by rea last Thursday after having spent editorial of tho "Review" by Miss accident; It Is tho very placo Hod a mouth at his homo In Jackson Co. Welch's. Seed com at Lucy Holllday, entitled "Sprlug nnd meant for theo. :: :: :: Secretary and Mrs. Morton nro Spring Fever" wns very npproprlnto Mr. J. M. Early Is visiting with being Thero is no better bnllast for keep-t- o by Mrs. Morton's visited tho Beason. On tho last page of ng tho mind steady on Its keel than homo folks this week. Mrs. A. F. Moxey, and two tho "Review" appeared Aunt Iji- - business. Lowell. Itev. H. F. Kcltch was In Lexing- children ot ML Airy, Phlla, Penu. Wulas' Question Hox In which Miss ton, Monday, on business. Mrs. Moxey will probably spend tho CREDITORS TAKE NOTICE jTaulbeo carefully nnswercd a number Mr. J. P. Ulcknoll returned from summer in Berea. of tho most Krplexlng questions of Cincinnati, Saturday. That on Monday, May 27th, 131Z, FOR SALE: 4 foot wire fencing at 'young girls. The answers carried n In tho law offico of T. J. Coylo In Mr. and Mrs. Albert Scruggs ure 23 cents per rod at Welch's.. few words of advice, which was noted Herea, Ky., I will sit to receive and enjoying a visit from Mr. Scruggs' Mr. Cameron Johnson gave. an with interest by nil present. father and mother from Johnson excellent address to tho Y. W. C. A. Tho entire program was so succis-full- y hear proof 0f claims against W. J. Junction, Ky. girls, Sunday evening at tho regular carried out that tho Alpha Ze- - Tutu m assignor and will continue Mlsa Fern Currey who has been meeting on "Heroines of the Miswere b complete from day to day till through. All taos nn(i Ih in the hospital lor three weeks, hav- sion Held." ly surprised that when called ujion persons having claims against ta!d ing had an operation for uppendiclUs, Mrs. G. N Ellis left Wednesday for they wero unable to gho outward ex- W. J. Tntum will present same to Is able to be out again. Slmpsonville, pression to tho feeling within, how- mo on that dato properly verified or where she will take Mr. W. A, Adams, a student of tho up her duties as matron ever, no ono should have been sur- same will bo barred. of tho young Collego department, underwent an ladies of tho Tills April 23, 1312. prised for nothing but tho very txtit Lincoln Institute. operation for appendicitis this week. I). S. Terrlll, assignee. is ever expected from tho girls of Rev. A. L. Wilson and wife return- rflca T.tyvlo PllniTTioi U'lin Itna lin,n Utllo Dulco. Cincinnati last to, U,eIr.. homo FOR SALE here with Rev. and Mrs. Keltch left Saturday after spending a week vis for Cincinnati, Tuesday. BE BRITISH On Center Street a good lot know iting the College. Miss Ella Adams was visiting her as the John Hales placo. IIoum ana Mr. R. H. Porter of Caneyvllle Ho British! Men, Bo British! Bister, Mrs. Jack Laswell, of Orlando, barn on lot. Good reason for selling, was in town visiting his brothers, last week. Mr. John Fowler and wife of Mc- - mention of some of thu world's great- The giant ship Is sinking fast, owe money. I). N. Welch. Tho cruel wava hiss and swish, Little Elizabeth Ogg is 111 with Messrs. Q. E. and W. H. Porter last KcQ wero ln Saturday, on est mothers. week typhoid fever. In tho College Sunday School un Appallng fear Then Smith's voice business. Mr. and Mrs. Jones and ' little Miss Edith Hlnley, physical dlrec- clear, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hanson of Med- - effectho program was presented. son from Cincinnati are visiting tor of tho Y. W. C. A. of Dayton, ford, Oregon, recently of Berea, nu- "Ho British! Men, Bo British!" Thu following Is thu pledge- that their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel O., returned to Dayton last Friday, nounco tho addition to their family was used Butt, Strnus' pwrleas HanBon. after visiting with Mrs. V. O Steen- - of a 10 2 pound boy. Ho arrived "I pledgo to le truo to tho spirit Tho noble wife, Nino buggies sold at Welch's my life. O. of Mother-lovrod for a week. on To mako of April 27th and Is named Samuel Their memory angels cherish! "Huggy Day" shows what tho people House cleaning Is now In full blast n'U.-- his grandfather, .Mr. Samuel O. with God's help, tho answer to her think of good buggies. prayers, tho accomplishment of ner Thoso players bruvc, who tuned tho of Berea, 'nnd don't forget the now furnlshlnes 'Hanson gravo Miss Ruth Blcknell entertained nt at Welch's. the realization of her President Frosl will preach at thy desires, iliiwn the lhrot of Wero British, Men, wero British. "gipr" her home last Saturday evening a (ro. Ideals." i Unlon churcb' Suuday n'01" chicken Uvtlrnrt the wnrmi Dr. Craig was called to his home Following this each class presented Tho boys who hurled tho "S. O. Si." number of her friends. ,lobert8 on vacation,, and at United and iavp the rlilck't llfo, A ,D stanford Tuesday, on account of Across tho cruel Ico churlish; Mrs. Sallle Hanson Is spending a jUie few drops In the drlnklnir water an expression of appreciation orig atkMU of ono of ha chlIdren Chapel at night. Tho stoker baro, tho millionaire LOST: Pair of nose glasses ln case. inal or quoted of which a few follow: icw uaja ai uume, wis weeK. CURES and Messrs. 'G. E., W. H. and R. U. Wero British, .Men, wero British. Dean Downing of tho Collego de"A partnership with God Is Mother Finder return to Secretary's office PREVENTS GAPES partment conducted tho preaching Ber. Porter wero In Richmond on busi- and receive reward. hood; white diarrhoea, roup, cholera God help each heart that wept n vice at tho Baptist church, Sunday ness lust Friday. and other chick dUeaiet. "What strength, what purity what Mr. and Mrs. May were visited this tear 'Mrs. L. E. Steenrod of Sidney, O., week by Mr. May's father and mother morning. 1 One 50c Iiodlc of Eternally to nourish tho week with her son from Magoffin County. They left for Havo you seen Welch's new fence is "What lovo, what wisdom shall His Cnptaln's charge, when waves nnd his wife, Mr. and Mrs. V. O. their homo yesterday. belong to her at 25 cents per rod? loom large, Steenrod. Tho members "Who helpa God fashion an Im Mr. Oscar Clark Is to assume ediof tho Clio Club Makes 12 Gnllnni of Mrdlclne. Bo British! Men, Ho Urltlsh! with their husbands wero delightfully mortal soul." Mr Lcrace Beatty of Richmond torial direction of tho Harlan Enter-prls- o Hvenr nonltrr ralter shntiM kn k.i- - , "An ounco of mother Is worth n thlt medicine on hand. Write tor free aampla entertained at a May Muslcale last w.'u lntlng in Berea, Monday. of Harlan, Ky., aftor tho closo and Hooklet on Dlieaiet of 1'owla." Addraaa, Bo not overcomo of ovll hut over Friday evening at the homo of Mrs. of tho present school year. For tho pound of clergy." A Spanish l'rov , Mr. J. K. Englo of McKeo accomluuniui nmtur come ovll with good. Paul. uuititi, ij. Preston Cornelius. Thero was a largo panied hie daughter, who was on her last ten years the Enterprise has erb. "Speak a shado raoro kindly than Sold by PETTUS & PARKS, Berea, Ky. variety In tho musical selections and way to u . W. C. A. conference nt been under tho management of Mr. "Who ran to help mo when I fell, "Ana would somo pretty story they were all greatly enjoyed. Owensboro, as far as Herea last Sat- James II. Eads. tell The members of tho Normal gradu- urday. A law prohibiting tho use of pub ating class with a number of cups, passed by tho last 'Or Kiss tho placo to mako It tho A party of teachers and students lic drinking My mother!" well? Normal faculty wont to Mallory of tho E. K. S. N. of Richmond wero Legislature, will go into effect June Springs last Friday for an nil day visiting Jano Taylor. tho various departments of 10th. Next week Tho Citizen will "Tho debtlny of tho nation lies picnic nnd had a pleasant time. publish a full text of tho law, foltho College, Monday. Mr. J. O. Bowman of Frankfort, ICy lowed or preceded with some telling far more In tho hands of mothers Mr. Wright Kelly Is visiting In Harthan In tho hands ot thoso who has been visiting ln town with his comments. lan County, this week. Walk-Ov- er parents this week. The llttlo child of Mr. nnd Mrs. posses power." Froebel. Miss Anna Galllmoro of Ucllovue, Jas. Llnvlllo who "Tho hand that rocks tho cradlo Miss Wlnnlo Davis who had an optlvo on Walnut Ky., returned missionary from India, Brown Mendow plko died last Saturday of rules tho world." John Gray. eration last Saturday for nppendlcl-tl- s will ho In Herea next Sunday nnd spinal troublo, having Is doing very nlcley. been sick for Tho wlso mother, training her Shoes What Color? What Cloth? Shoes Hickory v King and Boone County will, nt tho M. L. Church, give two several monthB. The burial was ln daughter, not for the moment hut lectures on India and Its peoplo tho Scaffold Cano cemetery. seed corn at Welch's. for all time, realizes that thero aro FOR What Style? ono at 10:45 a. in., tho other at 7:30 no small things whero a child Is p. m. Tho public Is invited to bo pres Boys COOK WANTED k:oncernod." Mary Wood-Alleent. V. T. Willis. Pastor. AND "God made mothers heforo ho mado Welch's fertilizer has Just what Men Competent to fry ham and eggs. mlnsltcrs. Tho progress of Christ's your soil needs, and saves you money Apply Girls at tho Postofflco, D. N. Welch, kingdom depends more upon tho Inat 120 per ton. Let Us Help You Decide fluence ot faithful, wlso nnd pious Mr. Henry H. Long, former BID FOR SCHOOL HOUSE mothers than any other human student, now of tho eighth In agency." Theodore Cuyler. You will find it so easy and satisfactory to make your decision fantry at Manila, writes to friends Bids will be received at tho of Wlso Motherhood will mako a In Berea that ho finds tho army fico of Dr. W. E. nay, Hydeu, Ky., from our Klegant New Spring Styles, livery one admires the THE RACKET STORE rather a hard placo and remembers for tho construction of a four room happy nation. beautiful styles and marvels at the attractive prices we are offering. his Herea friends with pleasure. school building at Hyden. Your new suit will surely come from here if you see the elegant A ROYAL ENTERTAINMENT Mr. S. W. Grathwehl, formerly n MRS. EARLY Bids to bo closed at 12 o'clock on garments and try them on. We are ready to show you the best n student In Berea College. Juno 1, 1012. values you can get anywhere. Merchandise of quality at fair is this year engaged in organizing In respouso to a very kind Juvlta- Plans and specifications to bo seen tho Prohibition Party on thu Pacific at tno Trustee's offico In Hyden. Al- Hon from tho young ladles of Utllo prices. coast. His vigorous personality and so further Information may be securDulco LItorary Society, on Friday speaking ability make him well fit- ed from Mr. J. A. Burgess, of Berea, ovenlug, May 10th, thu young men ted for Buch work and Herea gives Ky. ladders will understand that of Alpha Ztta and Phi Delta Sociehim her best wishes. His address work must begin on construction as ties closed their doors and assembled Quality Store" Is Room 17, Breyman Building, Sa- soon as decision Is made by tho Trus- ln Utllo Dulco hall, whero they receivlem, Oregon. Rev. Perry Shrock Is tee. ed a hearty welcome and enjoyed tho pastor of a church In Salem, Ore. rendition of a very Interesltug pro-Dr. W. E. Ray, Trustee. oaoaooaoooaooeaosoooaoaooaoaooaoaooaoaoo LOCAL PAGE PETTUS C& PARKS 2Dui08, ilfocbfdnes, Chemicals DR. BEST, DENTIST o Chester Parks The Feed Man cx-le- ct Be-fo- ro ' DOOLEY'S T J. COYLE j., ,, d n, s. House Cleaning CALLS FOR NEW RUGS, CURTAINS, FURNITURE, OIL STOVES, ETC. Don't forget the dollar saved is the easiest one made. I s ( " WELCH'S ja, e. r ONE SaTD R0P self-contr- Bourbon Poultry Cure coh-rm- WHAT TO WEAR This!Spring? Buster for n. well-know- BEREA HAYES '"e C& G OTT KENTUCKY J May lb, 191 Jt. HIE U1IZLN. wo can mako a trip to tho station In tho worst kind of weather; then capitalists will appear; then wo shall havo good schools, and above all good homes. Lot ub wako up. The mountains havo a glorious futuro before them If wo only do our part. Raymond Davidson, lJac 1'ivc. 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? nugbetsTromjjfferent mines BEREA TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED some mud hole; even then ho may not bo successful. When onco tho pcoplo become to the conditions under which they aro living something will bo dono. Thero is no one that docs not know that a much larger load can bu pulled over a piko than thru a mud hole. As long as wo have only dirt roads wo shall never Beo much better times in tho mountains. As long as wo contlnun to pay four prices for hauling, and have no markets for our produce wo shall to bo poor. Tho roads of our mountain counties aro mainly dirt. they nro not graded; they aro not drained, nnd aro seldom ever mended. From statistics gathered from dif ferent counties, It has been deter mined that the avcrogo cost of trans porting ono ton over mud roads dur con-tln- Envy Is a robber. A decdlcsa day Is lost, "Wo Hvo In deeds, not years." Pcoplo who blow their own horns mako poor music for other folks. It Is hard to bcllevo that a sin will blto If It has gold In Its teeth. How much better a brewer's horso fares than a drunkard's child. If cleanliness Is next to godliness, who thnt man Is not a llttlo lota tho pigs llvo under his houso. Vnrlety Is tho cplco of life. Wo nro enjoying somo "cplcy" weather. B ETA Clothing for Men Clothing for Boys Shoes The Best Quality MEAL and FLOUR The Best at the Lowest Prices in Town Bacon and Lard KAPPXvsTTIn 0 N 1 All Good Things to Eat Special Prices in Quantities Q .. . INTENSIVE FARMING .. . The Hope in the Hoe for the City Man Tho typical man In U10 city who reaches tho ago of 40 years and finds himself behind a ledger, or twisting tho handle of a machine, or selling anoUier man's merchandise) on a salnrv. has usually nut aaldo tho hooo of going higher and faces n futuro of mediocrity juat being what ho Is. There nro hundreds of this class, who, (retted under tho restraint of their employment, havo been constantly In search of something else. Such men nro not of tho Inefficient typo which dallies, but of tho capable class who, falling to dovelop their Imaginations to tho point of producing bomothlng now and useful, nro novorUiclcss senrchlng tho future, not for great roward, but for peace, flnanclul happiness and contentment. For such men tin alluring prospect la found In tho farm, and it Is to them thnt Oardnor Muck, In tho May 1'opular Mechanics 'Magazine, addresses his plain Impartial consideration of their chances of success as farmers. Ho 1 not remunerative, that tho farms In tho United States do no average more thou four icr cent on tho Investment. Another has stated that tho beginner, oven with considerable capital, niUHt bo prepar uU to bear many hardships while ho of Is learning tho business. Both jwsl-tlvely ! says: "Tho man who Uu't a farmer at . U....1.M.. fnlln .... n .! I lUVUIIUUiy iUUO UM VUU .UIIU, no matter how much capital ha may havo or bow cheaply 1i1b experiment with tho soli may bo carried on. Na- turo will do absolutely nothing for tho man who cannot meet her halfway. Those, who do mora than that reap rich rowards for their labors. Tho cry, 'back to tho farm,' la now almost nullified by tho wall of tho bitter failures who havo sunk their all In a poorly planned and miserably executed attempt to wrest from tho earth Its riches. "Nevertheless, tha proinlso of pcaco and plenty that Is held out by tho farm Is a guuulno promlso. Farming Is a business. It must bo conducted an a business If much profit Is to bo has gained. An agricultural cxiiert estimated that as a business It Is LIME FOR theso men agree, however, that tho farm holds tho solution of llfo's problems for tho man who simply wants to Hvo with greater comfort and conwho tentmentprovided tho man takes It up has the soil Instinct. And that thero Is a profit for tho nmu who will work and plan and by Bchemo, Is abundantly proven hundreds of actual experiences. 'Therefore, tho man of forty, with a family, who has saved a little money and chafes under tho restrictions of city life, who is willing to adapt hlm-jse- lf to farm conditions, and to work with his hands aud his brain for tho of attainment and maintenance health, happiness nnd contentment, will find them on tho farm, provided ho has that Indefinable something that has been called tho soil Instinct, This means thnt tho chirp of tho cricket can roplaco tho clang of tho trolly car; tho light of tho moon and ' Uio stars con tako tho placo of tho flaring announcements of tho theaters nnd tho quiet of tho country lano nnd field can answer for tho hurry and turmoil, tho rush nnd clatter, tho hustlo and bustlo of tho city Btrcct." Mr. Mack discusses many of 610 practical problems Involved In Uio chnngo from city to rural life; fair prices for good land; sources of Information regarding soil quality, etc.; tho construction of tho necessary buildings nnd tho selecting of tho Tbo pqulpmont of tools and stock. artlclo Is profusely Illustrated, ono of tho pictures showing a plan for a I ; flvo-acr- o farm. AGRICULTURAL PUR- - Uio 0 Much Interest Is being manifested in tho uso of llmu uud limestone 011 Tho larger portion of oour soils. our cultivated coils uro olthcr acid or contain only a small amount of carbonato of llmo (limestone). For best results on bucu soils It Is necessary to uw llrao In sonio form. Tho nitrogen gathering plants (clover, alfalfa, etc) do not grow well on acid soils, henco It Is difficult to keep up tho nltrogcu supply of tho boll under BUch conditions. Tho organisms which render tho nitrogen of tho soli available do not work well In the absence of tho carbonato of lime, henco gathering plants do tho not mako their best growth. Thero an almost universal opinion that ment Station. rocK Us derived from llmestono contain sufficient carbonato of llmu. OUR MOUNTAIN ROADS This Is not Iruo. Such soils aro very apt to bo dcflclont In limestone "Wo shull havo to wait till tho tho rains dluolvo It out. Tho roods dry up," Is ono of tho compurer tho llmostono tho inoro readi- mon expressions lu Eastern Kentucky; sinkly It Is dissolved. Caves and aud thu question might bo asked, holes of llmostono regions aro duo When will tho roads b dry? Tho to water dissolving away tho rock. o.'ily auswer that can bo given Is Haw ground liuiestouo la tho best that, whoa warm weather comes, material to uso. liurnt llmo cor recta tho roada will necessarily dry out. sourness, but It Is also a powerful Hut shall this always bo .tho auswer? soil stimulant and causes a rapid Tho average mountain road In winloss of tbo organic matter and ni- ter Is fearful, cud iu summer It Is trogen of tho soil. not bo very much better, taking InTho best test to dctormlno whether to consideration ruts and "chHig" llmostono Is uoeded Is to prcparo holes, but onough time end labor two plots of equal stzo and coed to aro wasted on theso roads to build clover or alfalfa, using ground llmo- tho very best roads throughout tho stono on ono at tho rato of 4 or C country. It Is a very common occurtons per aero, and weighing tho rence to boo four horses fastened to yield of bay. Tho uso of llmostono a load that ono horso could easily at tho Experiment Station Increased pull over a solid road. 'Many times tho yield of alfalfa hay frcm 2,000 tho teamster U compelled to unload lba. per aero to 3,640 lbs. per aero his wagon In order to got out of so Ground llmestono should bo applied at tho rato of three or four toua 'per aero In tho beginning and ono ton per aero every four or five years thereafter. It is best to apply It after thu ground 1b broken and Uioro-- I ly disk or harrow It In. t I....... II..... I.. ta.i.l nlnt hnlf this amount of tho freshly burnt material should bo applied, but It should bo thoroughly slaked before .application. Under no circumstances would wo recommend burnt llmo If tho ground limestone can bo obtained. Where thero la a good demand for ground llmestono It Is usually on cam at plant for a delivered dollar or less per ton, In car load lots In bulk. Geo. Roberts, Agronomist, Ky. Agricultural Expert first cutting. PALACE MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured meats and lard, Fish and Oysters. HIQHEST Call for what you want and get what you call (or. MARKET PRICE PAID FOR BUTTER, EGGS, CHICKENS. Leaf Lard, guaranteed pure. Kkld Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. U. B. ROBERTS, Prj. the Tho annual dobato between Junior young men's literary Boclttlcs occurred on tho evening of May 15. Tho question for discussion was, Resolved, that tho Panama Canal should not bo fortified, disregarding tho deThe cision of Congress to fortify. Harold brothers and Mr. Hitter of Ucta Kappa upheld tho affirmative whllo 'Messrs. Ashor, Vaughn and for Whlttakcr of Union contonded tho negative. team had been Tho nfflrmnUvo working under very unfavorable circumstances for somo time, having lost two of its men recently, which placed tho wholo burden upon ono or two. On account of this they entered tho contest heavily handicapped and tho third speaker on account of over of work nnd Uio serious condition his throat was unable to deliver hl3 ing tho winter Is about C7 cents per speech, tho latter part being read by colleagues. Excellent argu mllo, but over good pikes a ton of ono of his was presented on both sides but merchandise may bo transported at ment a cost of 8 cents per mile. Let us tho doclsion of tho Judges was unan negative. tako for granted that a Piko extends imous for tho from Idaraay to noonovillc, a dis DR, WILSON'S ADDRESS tance of about six miles (this Is tho Continued from 1'lrst Page worst road In Kentucky). Wo can safely say that there aro on an nvcr-ag- o them, pleading a dispensation of twenty tons nor day hauled over Provldenco and Justifying It as a this road 312 days each year. It matter of divine discipline. Ho thinks, will cost J25.0S4.S0 to transport this If a farming community has exhaust-!e- d freight from Idaraay to Boonovlllo Its soli and knows not the prinnt tho nvcrago cost on dirt roads ciples of crop rotation and soil fertigiven above. What would thin lization, that It Is the business of amount of hauling cost over a pike? tho preacher to proclaim tho gos-'pOnly $2,933,20 or a saving of $22,0S9.- of agriculture. And, furthermore, Ku. over $22,000 therefore Is lost ho thinks, that, If epidemic prevail each year. and children and others die from Hut who3o Is this loss? The mer- 'filth disease, It Is p.lalnly tho duty chants? No. Tho over worked farm- of tho minister to announce the euro er and laborer must bear It. Why? through processes of preventive clean, Iiecnuso they consume the goods. A 'lliiess rather than In his funerals to sack of flour costs 80 cents. If a declare that God In His supreme wls- -' piko were thero so goods could bu dom has taken the deceased, hauled nt piko prices, this sack of j In other words, Dr. Wilson would flour could bo bought for 70 cents havo tho pulpit becomo a forum for and every thing else in proportion. the discussion of matters of life and Who gets tho extra 10 cents? Tho 'interest to tho community, and Idamny Itoad. Tho man who hauls tho duties of tho minister to his ties to Uio station finds eight his flock, making him something ties a heavy load. It will cost him Imoro than an agent through which $1 to havo theso hauled. Over a passports to a futuro life aro secur- piko it would bo an easy matter to cd ho would have him deal some haul twenty-fou- r and then tho tlo what with the problems of this lite. man would save $2 on each load. Tho Citizen halls the coming of Dr. Taking Uio road from Idamny to Wilson with delight, and Is glad to Dooucvlllo as nn example, let us find bo ablo an advocate of tho views find what It will cost to piko It It proclaims nearly every week. nnd how long It will tako to pay CAMERON JOHNSON LEGTURES for it. Crushed rock car. bo obtained for (Continued from first page) $9 tier cu. rd. (consisting of 223 cu. by denominations as Is evidenced ft.) This, spread over Uio surfneo of their activities in every county. Hut a fourteen foot road, will cover S It Is perfectly plain to ono who yards. Dividing 1.7C0 yards by S yd3. reads tho newspaiers and who has wo find it will tako about 219 cu. had an opportunity to hear the reprds. of stono to tho mllo. This nt resentatives of these causes outside 19 per cu rd. will amount to $1,078. gf tho mountains that tho same Tho next largest Item of cost will spirit that actuates Mr. Johnson in bo tho hauling of this stono to Its presentation of the foreign field proper placo. Ueginnlng at Idamny a his is not always found In the representeam will bo ablo to avcrago three tations of tho mountains and moun loads per day until tho road Is tain conditions. Tho complaint has finished. A team would bo nblo to always been made and Justly made hnul enough Btouo at ono load to that tho worst and thoreforo the least cover ono yard of tho road. At $1 characteristic Is that that is dwelt per yd. It will cost $1,760 per mile. most largely upon. Many of those Another cost v'ould bo tho grading. who accept the hospltalty of tho This may bo approximated at $300 mountain home In meekness and per mllo. Other expenditures, inseeming loving kindness becomo the cluding tho cost of rollinc with a sensationalist, Uio harsh critic and istcam roller, would bo about $300 ridlculcr, as soon as Uiey get among per mllo. Summing up tho total cost their own, and somo havo been known per mllo tho result Is as follows: to mako periodic visits Into tho Cost of crushed rock at mountain districts under tho guise deiot $1,978.00. ot Uio spirit of helpfulness, when afCost of hauling rock 1,760.00. terward it was apparent that tho Cost of grading 300.00. real purpose ot tho mission was to Cost of miscellaneous work get a now stock of stories to regale etc., D00.00. their gaping audiences or to illus-tiat- o their sensational contributions Total cost for a mllo $4,038.00 to tho dally pross and certain magaTho total cost of tho six miles of zines. road from Idamay to Uooucville Is These things should not be. At thereoro $27,228. least they should not be coupled Would this bo more than tho pcowith the namo of tho lowly, tender plo could afford to pay? I think not. and sympathetic Nazarene, And the Wo found at tho beginning that tlmo has como for tluV mountain over $22,000 was annually paid out pcoplo to discriminate between those and lost each year. It can bo seen that aro really his followers and from this that ono year's saving thoso who aro wolvou lu sWop's over tub road would almost pay clothing. for It. WORLD NEWS Surely wo can start this good work Continued from 1'irit rge In our mountain counties. Let ono road bo built and others will fol- ed soon. Tho federal victory low and In a short tlmo a network to havo been duo to effootlve workot of roads will cover our hills and tho artillery. valleys rivaling tho blue grass. Then SHUSTER PREDICTS MOHAMM. will tbo value of land lncrcaso; then DAN CRUSADE J will wo havo a ready market; then W. Morgan Shuster, former el J I cn-larI , R. J. ENGLE & SON, Phone 60 surer-General Berea, Kentucky of Persia, in a lecturo bo 83.8 per cent of the average crop, In Louisville, a few dayB ago, after corn 79 percent, ryo 85.2 per cent Recounting the wrongs perpetrated barley, 72.C per cent, oats 8S.G per by so called Christian nations against cent. Only CI per cent of the plowing for tho corn crop has been done, tho Persians and Uio Mohumrnedlans In general, prophesied that tho fol- tho unusual rain-fa- ll Interfering generally with farm work. lowers of tho Prophet, goaded Nearly all fruit Is said to bo killtho possibility of endurance, will reverso tho history of tho past ed In somo portions of Uio state, lu others a good crop is expected. nnd Inaugurate a new crusade overrunning or attempting to overrun Grass conditions are good. Christendom. TO OPEN THIS FALL. Tho annual meeting of tho trusIN OUR OWN STATE tees of Lincoln Institute was held Continued (ram page one at Slmpsonvllle, Monday. Tho work done under Uio Prudential Committee hind tho bars by a few conscientious during Uio past year was reviewed Juiles aro to bo let loose by a con- and given hearty approval. The budscienceless prison board at Frank- get for tho coming year was adoptfort to again engago In their ne- ed and a corps of workers appointed farious work. with tho expectation of the school's being opened in October. CALLIHAN DIES Ed Calllhan, who was shot from It was announced that $60,000 will ambush Saturday a week ago, died bo needed In order to open tho at the llttlo hospital of tho Buck-hor- n school without a, dubt. College, Saturday evening the THE TAX COMMISSION 12th. It Is thought that ho would The state tax commission, created Its havo recovered bad It not been that by tho last Legislature, held pneumonia developed in Uio lung first session at Frankfort, last woek. that was pierced by tho bullet of tho Tho membership Is as follows: Senassassin. Tho former sheriff and feu- ators Frost, Graves Co., and Moody of dist Is said to have died In great Henry Co., and Representatives Ather-to- n agony, but, la the Intermittent moof Louisville, Hamilton of Frankments of consciousness, to have an- lin and Davis of Woodford. Davis was nounced his forgiveness of all of his chosen Chairman and Hamilton Secretary. enemies, even those who treacherously shot him. It Is reported that e his first ho even called to his NEWS OF THE WEEK wife who had deserted him and Continued from First Fage be-obed-sidfor-ga- her. Thero aro rumors of the rallying to of friends and former clansmen avenge his death, and it is possible that tho county and state may yet suffer further disgrace, but thero aro those who hope that sufficient toll has been collected and that peace may ensue. McCREARY STANDS FOR CLARK. In a two Uiousand word statement Governor McCrcary, at the end of last week, boldly endorsed the candidacy of Champ Clark for the Democratic nomination for tho Presidency, and warned against party dissensions. It is understood that Uio organization, whllo playing for a delegation unlnstructcd, are WilIn reality In favor of Woodrow son, and tho Governor's statement is considered as an effort to counteract Uio no Instruction program and Uie Wllscn sentiment. Beckham-Haiey-Ma- NEW SCHOOL LAW A radical change will be made this fall in tho matter of the pay ot In teachers In Uio public schools fulfillment of tho school luw amended by tho last Legislature. Heretofore, teachers were paid a certain per capita regardless of tho attendance or ot the students, but the new law provides a minimum salary which will bo increased as tho percentage ot attendance increases. The qualifications ot a teacher has something to do with tho pay also. It is thought that under tho new law the-- attendance in tho school, will bo greatly increased, much of tho failure heretofore being attributed to tho Indifference of tho teachers Inasmuch as their pay was Buro whether anybody attended or not. Last year only one third ot tho pupils enrolled attended through- Woodrow Wilson, present Governor of New Jersey and candidate for President ot the United States. President Hlbben is the fourteenth president of Uio great University. A GOOD MOVE A gift of a million dollars from Sears, Roebuck and Company of Chicago has been mado to Inaugurate a movement to put an experienced t agriculturist In all the counties every state In the Union, tho purpose being to study local conditions and suggest plans for scientific farm management, having In view a larger crop yield. It is proposed to begin with a hundred counties, an appropriation of a thousand dollars each being made. FAILURES THAT ARE GOOD Ordinarily when wo hear of business failures wo think of hard times and goneral financial depression. But no such feelings accompany tho announcement from Chicago that nearly will not fivo hundred saloon-keeperenew their license owing to tho fact that thero is less drinking and tho business is becoming unprofitrs able. TO AMEND CONSTITUTION out the term, and the enrollment fell far short ot tho census figures. KENTUCKY CROP REPORT ' Tho crop report Issued by Secretary Monday, of Agriculture, Newman, for tho year ending May 1st, Is not very encouraging. Wheat Is said to Tho Houso of Representatives, Monday, passed tho proposed Brlstow amendment to tho Constitution providing for tho election of United States Senators by a direct vote of the peoplo ot tho states. This proposed amendment has already passed tho Senate and will now go before the state Legislatures, becoming a part ot tho Constitution when It is passed upon by three fourths ot tho states. There Is but llttlo doubt that It will meet with almost unanimous approval, so strong has becomo tho popular demand In recent years for a change in Uio manner' ot electing United States Senators. The agitation for a change began as far back as 1826, but within tho last two or threo years the sentiment for a chango has in its bean almost compelling strength. BEREA'S r LEADING HARDWARE STORE A COMPLETE LINE HARDWARE, PAINTS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES WJ ricc3Ri(1ht j d. CLARKSTON GiveU aC" MAIN, STREET, near Bank Page Six. THE CITIZEN. ELECTRICITY TO MOVE May 16, 1912. THE HILLS ilium WORLD MOTOR plicated DRIVES Use of High Water Pressure Found Mora Economical and Quicker Than Steam Shovels. In building both ScAttle and Portland It was necessary to remove from tho face of tho earth several sizable hills. This work was done for tho most part by hydraulic power. That Is, the hills, composed mostly of dirt, were washed away by powerful stream of water. At Portland, Ore., electrical power, driving huge centrifulgal pumps, lifted water from Oulld's lake 400 feet uphill and hurled It through nozzles against the great plies of dirt and gravel. In this way tho hills are nway much quicker and washed cheaper than they could bo cut up and enrted away with steam shovels and dirt trains. While the hills nt Seattle were be Ing washed away In this same man-noa workman slipped nnd fell directly in front of ono of tho streams of water. In a flash he was hurled against the embankment 30 feet away. When picked up he was unconscious and had sustained severe Internal Injuries besides hnvlng sevoral broken ribs. 4H-lncr Mimm (HMMMWl JiyiTMl TOOL GRINDER All Com-- lectrgat Device Eliminates Delta and Gears Currant Started by Switch. An electrical derlce for grinding tool In a. shop or factory is ehown In the illustration. In this grinder there aro no com plicated belts or gears, the emery Wheel being connected directly to the motor. Current Is consumed only when nctunl work Is bolng done, as the Blinder may be stopped or started by eowj EAO DINNERS FCfl THE WORKWOMAN. Chef of Brooks' CIuj, London. The era ot paper bag cooking, which I havo had tho honor of recently perfecting, 3cns up a happier prospect to tho wlfo of th worklngman, tho clerk or other employe on a small salary, not only In the quantity ot the dishes sho mny prepare, but In moro By M. Soyer, WAFTS PERFUME ON AUDIENCE Device Attached to Electric Fan vlth Reservoir for Fluid Patented by Chicago Man. -- Motor Drives Grinder. the turn of a switch. Pull speed will be attained In about one second after tlio current has been switched on. Any standard grinding wheel may be nttnehed to the machine. HAS LIGHT-RAYS LIKE SUN New Incandescent Lamp Attachment Ideal for Matching of Colors-Ma- zda Lamp Is Used. To overcome the difficulty of match' ing colors by artificial light, an an paratus has been designed which will fclvo the true white light of the north that perfume be The suggestion wafted over tho audience In a theater has been carried out crudoly by meant of a large atomizer in the bands ot an usher. An apparatus for doing this automatically when attached to an electric fan and for diffusing the vapor of any fluid is the subject of a patent Issued to Harry W. Forbes and Frederick Llntck. Chicago, tit. The device attached to the fan consists of a reservoir for the fluid over a perforated receptacle containing an absorbent material, says the Popular Electricity. Attached to a valve stem under tho reservoir is a wing against leisure for herself. Lest any frugal house mother may be appalled at the prospect ot having to use somo two or three- bags before she can produce a dinner, let me stato that all the following recipes, each of which I havo tested personally, can bo cooked In one bag, leaving only tho pudding, pie or tart to be considered. In drawing up these dinners for a week I have had In mind a household consisting of motbor, father and three or four children, ranging from twelve to fivo years ot age. It must be borne In mind that meat wastes practically not at all during the cooking procecs in the bag; tborefore. If you put four pounds Into the bag, - rn sun. An ordinary Mazda lamp Is used ond tho light therefrom is transmit ted through a number of strips of dif ferent colored glass, placed Bide by slilo. After the light has passed through these strips It goes through a mixer or dlffUFer The size of each one of these colored strips may be fixed according to the quality of the light, so that the result of all Is a perfectly white light. it Is said that this arangement has made tho resultant light so close to that of daylight that in cases w hero- colors oro to be matched by tho light of the sun they match equally well by this artificial light. Work where exact color matching Vapor Dlffuilng Device. is Involved can be carried on for long periods of cloudy weather with as which some of the air from tho (an It much satisfaction as in ordinary day directed. This crowds the wing over light and opens tho valve permitting the gradual escape of the fluid Into the ELECTRIC MAIL BOX ALARM receptacle below there to bo blown away. When tho fan stops a spring Opening Receptacle to Deposit Letter brings the wing to an upright position and closes the valve. Signals Fact Also Guards Against Any Thief. A mall box arranged to ring a bell when tho postman deposits a letter Is nn addition to the uses of electricity for signaling. Resides notifying that mall Is being dropped into tho box. four pounds will como out. Sunday. Allow a quarter of a pound ot meat per head for each child, and a halt a pound per head for tho two adults, rnd you will have two pounds left over, cither for Sunday night's supper or for next day's dinner. As to vegetables, get sorae carrots, onions and turnips, mixed, and two pounds of potatoes. Peel the potatoes, allco them very thinly, and leave In water till needed. Peel nnd slice tho onions and turnips and scrape the carrots. Cut all Into small squares. Wash well; leare on a plato till needed. Take a little suet or two good tablespoonfuls of dripping. Rub this Into halt a pound of flour, and salt to taste, being careful not to overdo this and a little pepper. Mix to tho ordinary dumpling consistency with cold water, and ahsp-- j Into dumplings about the size ot a big nlxht In cold water. At the same umi soak four ounces ot well washed cur rants In another dltn. Grease a bag welt, drain the currants, add them to tho oatmeal together with a bit ot butter the site of a walnut. Mix, place la the bag, closo, and cook far fifty minutes In a moderately hot oven. Wednesday, tat the dinner be roast and stuffed breast ot mutton. Tako a lean breast of mutton four pounds weight, getting the butcher to bono It for you. Make a stuffing with two ounces ot stale bread crumbs, a dust of salt and pepper, a finely chopped onion, and a heaped dessertspoonful of minced parsley, or, II pressed for time, a little finely powdered mixed sweet herbs. Add I good lump of dripping or cut a little fat from the thick part of tho breast, chop this finely, and uso Instead of dripping Illnd If possible with nn egg, or, falling this, uso a little cold milk. Lay this mixture on tho Inside of the meat. Roll as tightly as possible, tie Into place with clean tape or string. Grease tho bag well. Put In one pound of peeled and halved potatoes, choosing these all as nearly of a size ns possible Then put In the meat. Add the of the poother and put In tho tatoes. Put In bag In a very hot oven. Lower tho gas halt way (or push In the dampers), and cook for an hour and a quarter or an hour and a half, according as tho meat Is liked well, over or underdone. Turn out, serve with a tlttlo red currant Jam, If Jelly Is not possible. linked bread pudding will bo found very acceptable aftor this. To mako It, soak halt a pound or moro of stale broad over night In cold water. Then beat up with a fork till quite light. Now add to It an ounce of brown sugar, two ounces ot currants, two ounces, ditto ditto raisins, one ounce ot candled peel, and a good lump of dripping. Heat up the mixture thoroughly. Sprinkle it sugar. thickly on top with brown Urease a bag thickly, put In the mixture, and bake for forty minutes. Open the bag, slip out gently, dust with sifted sugar and servo. Berea SUNMrSCIIOOL Printing School IHlTOnOM Lesson Department of Berea College (The Citizen is a specimen of our work.) LETTER. REPORTS. SERMONS AND HOOKS IN THE I1EST MANNER, AND AT LOWE8T HAND-niLLS- (By R. O. BEM.EIta. Director of Even. Inn Pcpnrtmfnt. The Moody lllble In tltuta of Chicago.) LESSON FOR MAY 19. THE OLD LAW AND THE NEW LIFE. 5:1T-I.E830N THXT-Mn- tt. OOI.tJKN TKXT-"- IU ttit trtvth Ms neighbor hth fulnllrd th Inw.' Horn. PRINTS , HEADS, CARDS, PRICES. Your ret well-washe- Thursday. Chop the cold mutton left over from Wednesday finely. Oust It with pepper, salt, a little powdered sweet herbs, and add to It a largo finely chopped onion. Sprlnklo tho wholo well with seasoned flour. Add any cold gravy which may be over from tho day before, and n couple of slices of loan flank of bacon and a tablespoonful ot Worcester sauce, with the same amount ot water. Grease the bag. Put In the niltice. Cook gently for half an hour, turn out, and serve with baked potatoes. pudding will be a A Jam nice finish to this dinner. It Is toe well known to need a recipe. roly-poly llrazll nut. It. Mall Box Alarm. the bell will also ring should anyone attempt to open the box and removo the mall, says Popular Electricity. A battory in the box supplies tho current and the bell may be located where necessary In order to be beard. Opening the box closes the battery and bell circuit. I Pocket Telephones for the Police. A now and Interesting telephone has been Installed by tho po- By Bteni lice department of Ilerlln to facilitate tho calltiig of branch stations unil headquarters. All the mombers of the department, uniformed and service, are provided with pocket teluphouo sets so compact as to bo easily carried In tho pocket or In a email leather holder attached to a etrap, Contact stations are scattored over the city, on fence posts, on tho .walls of buildings and on trees In the jmrks. The connection la established iy merely plugging the contact station. bo-cr- Electric Driven Collier, The United States government has. given pvrutfsslon for the oqulpmert of collier Jupiter with elec tho SO.OOO-totric motors to drlvo tho pronellcrs. The installation Is now being put In tat tho Mare Island navy yard and will, It is hoped, answer many questions regarding direct motor drive for pro-pellers of largo vessels. Many Telephone Calls. The Now York Telephone company handled 'JS5.000.000 originating calls l'Jll. of which appioxlmatoly one-ial- f were trunlied to a second central office .... Wash tho beef well, but do not dry SprlnKlo it with scaJouetT tlmr that It, flour to which a little pepper and salt havo been added on both sides. Now greaso the large bag thickly with beef dripping. Take the potatoes out of their bowl. Do not dry them, but sprlnklo them lightly with 1. 10 seasoned .flour. Then take the pot .toes, carrots, turnips and o- - ons. and mix them all well together, sprlnK-Ilt.them with a very little salt. Tako a handful ot this mixture and some dumplings, :.nd put them Into tto bottom of the b.lg. Then put In the flank of beef. Press It In as tightly and as Electric Hoist. closely to the vegetables as possible. The electric hoist has almost comLight the oven gas beforehand. In .t pletely superseded other forms otserv. get as hot as It (an for olght minutes. Ice In mines, and collieries wncre Then place tho paper bug on the Tonelectric service can be obtained. Th er, put tho broiler on the shelf of advantages of the electric typo of hoist tho oven, and close tho door. Turn aro becoming mora widely appreciated tho gas down halt way, and leave by engineers of coal mining com- the bag In from an hour and a halt panies. to two hours. Monday. What Is left over from Sunday will make dinner for Monday. Grease a bag well as before. Cut up the remains of the stewed beef Into small square pieces. Dust them) with fresh seasoned flour Put two pounds ot potatoes, cut small and dustod with In Manchuria there aro thirteen tel valt. Into a greased bag as before. ephone exchanges. Sprinkle the meat with a little Uruguay has decided to take over sweet herbs put In the bag, and telephones as a state monopoly. add to It a handful of either rice, barPans Is now in direct telephone ley or oatmeal, which has huen soak with Madrid, 1,000 ing alt night in cold communication water. If the miles. water has not been qulto ell absorbed, A new electric soldering Iron Is sta add this also. Now add the remains tionary, articles to be soldered being of nny gravy which may bo over from held against it. the previous day. Close the hag, place The automatic telephone service Is It on broiler as before, and cook for 60 a success In Havana, whero there are minutes. 7,000 subscribers. A Jam turnover will be Just tho Peking, tho only capital In the wide rlght'sort of substantial dish to follow world without a street car system, tho beef. For this you uuut have a soon Is to have an electric line. bag. telcphono service between Through Hub four ounces of lard or good New York and Los Angeles will prob ably bo established Jiy noxt November. dripping Into half pound of flour salted Berlin employs moro than 100 stor to taett till It crumbles well, Add age battery driven electrical machines sufficient cold water to make to a stiff paste; roll out twice. Mark out a t literally to scrub Its streets. utilizing a current from a magneto square anil spread this thickly with j or batteries, an Inventor has brought any Kina or jam ukcu. ran over the out an electrically heated steering two sides first and pinch well together. Now feW over tho two sides In tho wheel for automobiles. rotary hoof parer satno way. Hrush over with water or A power-driveto take the place ot tho horseshoer's milk, and sprlnklo well with brown tongs, knife and rasp has been In- sugar. Put Into tbo greased bag and bako (or forty-fivMinutes. vented by a Nevada man. Tuesday. It Is thought that electric lights Tnko two pounds of pjld bolieq powill ultimately tako tho place of all them two wineglass,-fulothers In lighthouses. Tho difficulties tatoes, pour on toor of hotmilk water, add a good In thp way are gradually overcome. or cold bacon fat, On an nutomobllo wireless outfit big lump of dripping pulp, then beat up with n bnUt for tho.Austrlan army tho motor and mush to light, Take ono and a 'fork (ill lulte used to propel tho car may also be pounds of either sausages or utilised to drive tho electric generator. half meat (If! the former squeeze the A storage battery Illuminated elec meat our ot tho skins) and make Into tric sign has been Invented to be small caltr each sautage making two on the arm of a person selling worn Sprinkle a little finely chopped refreshments in theaters and otter jnlonVin top of each calto. Mako tho public places. Into thick round rakes, Primarily for the use of physicians, potato pulp and put a savage cako on top of each. a dyuamo transformer has been ingroujfd bag. Close It, vf-'vented in Franco which will turn out Place In a ill a ho' oven for Uftemi currents of various tensions and and rook ' strengths at tbo same time if do minutes. Irish plum porridge, , sired. loak bait :l Dound of oatmeal uvor g Friday. little fish once a week not only makes a nlco change In the monotony of the midday meal, but Is often a distinct saving both In health and pocket Stuffed and baked haddocks aro deA ELECIMCAL N0TIS pow-dere- d licious. Make a stuffing In exactly the same way as described for stuffed breast ot mutton. Wash tho flsh well and cut off the head; then put In tho stuffing. Sew up the flsh or secure tightly with white cotton. Greaso the outside of the flsh slightly, this to take the place ot the "bits of butter" put on flsh when the latter Is cooked In tho oven In the old way. Greaso the bag well. Put In the flsh and bako for from 20 to 30 minutes, according to whethor twe small flsh or ono large one Is used. Slip out gently and serve with baked potatoes. Dressed macaroni will servo :or t pudding. Tako half pound of rooked macaroni Add to It a little white peppor, from two ounces to four ounces of grated cheese, and a liberal two ounces ot nut margarine, which Is quite equal to butter In every respect, and contains no nnltnol fat whatever. Grease tbo bag well with tho nut margarine. Mix the macaroni well up with the cheese and nut butter, slip Into tho bag, and cook In a hot oven for ten minutes. Slip out onto a hot dish and serve at once. Saturday. Saturday tho housowlfe usually has a good deal ot cleaning up and On well-kep- mending to do for tho morrow, so she will need something which does not requlro much preparation beforehand. Liver and bacon, always a highly appreciated dish, will meet the difficulty, and there Is no fear of It "catching" In tho bag If she should chance to be called away for n minute or two. Sllco one pound of very fresh liver, dip each plcc Into flour nicely seasoned with salt and pepper. Put a piece of liver on top of each rashor of bacon. Grease tho bag slightly Put In the rashers and liver. Cook for twenty-llvOpen the bag, and slip minutes. out tho meat gently onto a very hot dish. Put boiled potatoes round as a border, and pour tho gravy over the o n e s potatoes. Jam buns are a tremendous saving of trouble when the housewife Is very busy on n Saturday. Got halt a dozen stalo buns. Split them opon. Pour a "ttlo boiling milk or water ovor them. Spread thickly with goldon syrup. Mako very hot In h bag (created). (Copyright, 1911, by the Sturgfs & Walton Company.) Artificial Ice. sun-sag- ll There urn 2,001 Ice making factories In tho country, muklng 12.017,915 tont In 1009. Tho number of factories Increased CSt In five years, or P2 per cent. Tho Ice mado does not represent the total, only that mado for sale In Ico factories only. Tho capital Invested In theio establishments Is 1118 C42.000, a gain of $S2.OS0.00O. Tho 1 average capital was ue nt tho ice total horse power was 'J17JSS. $50,000, The valTtU was $42,953,000. patronago Ik ukei to help students, and to Insura , If thcro Is any ono thing we as rour getting your monoy's worth. Americans delight In, It is in enacting laws. Wo seem to have nn Insane CALL AT THE OFFICE OR BEND Idea that all tho Ills of human life ORDERS I1V MAIL. YOU WILL GET by legislation. can bo cured There seems to bo ti correspondingly great- SATISFACTION. TERMS CASH. ADer carelessness In tho matter of law DRESS enforcement. Jesus did not found hla kingdom upon a multiplied number of School "Thou shall not's," of merely ncgatlvo enactments. Ho took tho old Divine BEREA, KY. law and "fulfilled" !. e.. filled it full with life. He put purpose, life and vitality Into that law. He transformed It from an outward formal observance to an Inward heart motive. At tbn outset of this lesson Jesus not only says that ho will obey tbo law of Moses and the admonitions of tbo prophets, but that those satno principles shall apply in the hearts of tho To those who have children to educitizens of his new kingdom. That cate and wish to reside in Berea for moral order which Is In accordanco with the Dlvlno standard Is still to bo a longer or snorter time to enjoy Its Christianity gives no liobserved. cense to Its followers. The righteous- educational advantages, the Collage ness which Is ot Christ does not lessen our moral obligations. Jesus eaya has a number of houses, large and that not the least "Jot or tittle," tho small, some of them partly furnished, smallest part of a. Hebrew letter, the "dotting of an I or tho crossing ot a to rent on reasonable terms. Address T" shall be set aside. They must all bo realized In the Uvea ot bis followers. Responsible 'nt Teachings. THE COLLEGE TREASURER In order to emphasize this still furand BEREA, KY. ther, bo tells thoso whom be calls appoints to his servlco that they shall bo held responsible for what they teach, as well as what they practice, To with regards theso commands. teach men to break ono of tho very least Is to become least In his new kingdom. To obey and to teach others to obey Is to become great In this new kingdom. Such Is tho importance ho places upon the Old Testament teachings nnd his statement as to Its Nurse Training School of us bewaro reading Into authors. his words any meaning that sbtlt set Berea College aside this portion of Holy Writ, or suggest any question ns tn that shall HAS BEST OPERATING ROOM their ncccpted authorship or authority. But Jesus was also aware of the AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES danger of outward obedience or mcro perfunctory fulfilment of that law to- FOR CARE OF A LIMITED NUMHER gether with tho myriads of traditions OF PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREATthat bad grown up with It. Hence it Is that he so specifically warns bU MENT GREATLY INCREASES PROSfollowers that their righteousness. I. PECTS OF RECOVERY. e., right relations, must exceed that of the Pharisees whose loyalty to the Rates Ono Dollar a day and up. law and to tradition Is so famous. His followers must keep not only tho form Hond for prompt payment required. but the spirit also, and so ho goes on For further particulars address to Illustrate, lleglnnlng with an old "Tbou shall not kill," commandment. he showa us that tho outward final THE BEREA HOSPITAL act of murder Is but an outgrowth of tho spirit ot a mati's heart, benco he BEREA, KY. who hates his brother man 1h In danger of, 1. e., already In the power of, thoc forces that In their culmination will bring him beforo the trlbunnl. "In danger of hell." Jesus clearly Indicates In all of his teaching a future, stato of punishment as well na one ot bliss, and granting that theso words are only symbolical, of which we are not convinced, we must pray to be delivered from tho reality. Theso words are of tho merest nonsense It they be not true, and certainly we cannot accuse Jesus ot Jesting nor ad. is directed at tho suggest him to bo ft fool (lacking In who has all the upon so seriknowledge) ns ho epcakB business in his line in ous a subject. this community. Jesus' Philosophy Simple. J Mr. Merchant You say thy brothor hath "llemembcrcst you've got it nlL You're sellphilosophy nught against thee." The ing them all they'll buy, any-hoIf anof Jesus Is perfectly simple. But at the same time ger Is criminal then ho who Is guilty you would like more business. must of necessity becomo reconciled Mako this community buy to that ono whom ho has offended. more. Not merely that wo are to forglvo J Advertise strongly, consist thoso who havo wronged us, for that Hut wo Is not such a hard matter. ently, judiciously. must got right with our brother who Suppose you can buy a lot has aught ngalnst us beforo our gifts of washtubs.cheap; advertise will bo ncceptnble unto God. fiomo a big washtub sale in this paono has suld, "It Is tar easier to glvo per. Put in an inviting picup a coin than to glvo up a quarrel. ture of a washtub where It Is easlor to lay down a generous people can see it the minute offering than to lay down n grudge." they look at your ad. Talk requires baste, wo must agree This strong on washtubs. And with our adversary quickly or olso ho you'll find every woman in will turn upon us and presenting lila this vicinity who has been righteous cause boforo tho tribunal bring upon us a Judgment for our angetting nlong with a rickety ger, our censorloustiess, or our conwashtub for years and years demnation. Onco thus brought beforo will buy a new one from you. the Judge, be It an earthly tribunal, J That's creative business opinion, or n loving God, our public power. past and we shall bo r opportunity Is obliged to pay to tho uttermost, even so small a part ns a farthing about I OUItj AD. RATES ARE RIGHT CALL ON US two. fifths of n cent. Truo reformation Is not wholly de- iMfiBBBSBOTT. llijpjriiibt.1Jul.b7 W Si, IM structive. 80 our Lord began hla new kingdom by grafting It as It were upon the strong root of tbn past lnw which was good, but this new applicaTRADE MORAL Tho quality ol tion lore a vastly different fruit than any thus far grown. Doth bad their what you have to sell Is known root In the love of God for fallen huto sonic people all of the tlmo manity, and tbo finest flower of both Is to bo tho application of tbo law of ond all of the people some ol love as shown In man's rotation to man. the time, but advertise reguSuch, then, Is Jesus' nttltudo tolarly with us and you'll roach ward!) tho Old Tcstaiuout law aud bis application of that lav. all ol the peoplo all of tho time, U.S. Berea Printing Houses to Rent THE Berea Hospital f THIS w. May 16, 1912. THE CITIZEN. FERTILITY MAY BE RESTORED Principal Factor In Restoration, cording to Prof. Alfred Vivian, la Organlo Matter. Ac Page Seres. artff QAKDEN PREPARING FARM T PREPARATION OF FIELD FOR BEETS OF MUCH CONSEQUENCE Five Great Schools Under One Management W5m mmmt 1 "Any soil which was nnco rich can bo made rich," 2s the declaration made by Prof. Alfrod Vivian, actlnrt dean of tho College of Agriculture Ohio State University, In a recent ad' dress. The principal factor concerned In tho restoration of tho aoll fertility, according to Prof. Vivian, Is organic It Is Important Thnt Sugar I'Innt Should Dc of Proper FOR Sizo unci Shape, but Also Grown In Such Manner aa to Secure Protection of All Its Parts Except Neck nnd Foliage. a general rule, any soil thnt will produce a good crop of wheat, oats or potatoes will produco good sugar beets. A heavy clay soil it one of the most unsatisfactory for tho culture of beets. It will pay well In growing beets any farm crop In fact to have tbo soil at seeding tlmo well pulverized; In such a soli tho seed germinates moro evenly and tho )oung plants are pushed moro rnpldly to maturity. Taking It for granted that tho land wan plowed In the fall or winter, a seed bed from 14 to 16 Inches In depth should be prepared. The soil should bo well loosened, as this permits the beet to grow down without obstruction for thirteen Inches or more; when the beet at seven to r.!np inches finds a compact soil tbo tendency Is to fork and grow largo side roots; the latter will carry sand Into the sllccr, and the rough beet has a less per cent of sugar than ono of symmctrlpal chape. Tho model beet called for by experts Is usually described as bolng An (Hy R. If. M'DOWELU) THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OP THE MOUNTAINS THE CORN FIELD Manure, Supplemented With Some Form of Fertilizer to Furnlth Phosphoric Acid, It Deit. (Hy W. U. KKM.KY.) On tho majority of stock nnd dairy arms llio corn field Is the Ideal placo to apply tho farm manure. A corn rop la nblo to make profltabto use of manuro for the reason that It mnkea Its principal growth late In tho season after tho fertilizing elements In tho manuro have been available to nour- lib tho growing plants, by the action of tho elcmenta. Too Ideal corn field Is prepared by applying manure to n clover fcod. A light dressing of stable manure on the clover sod will make an abund- - matter. "Tho destruction of organlo matter by cultivation and otherwise, it largely rosponslblo for tho depiction our our soils," said hot "This organto matter must bo restored if wo cxpct our farms to bo productive. What does organic matter dot It Increases tho (tower of tho soil to absorb and retain moisture; improves tho physl ral or mechanical condition of tho soil; helps to control soil temper' ture, and It a storehouse of plant food. How can organic matter bo re stored to the toll? "Hy tnvlng nil animal manures and putting them onto tho land; by mak ing uso of all crop roslducs, that Is, putting back Into tho soil everything not used for food; by turning under green manuring nnd catch crops." Prof Vivian pointed out the loss aus tnlncd by burning straw stacks and other crop residues nnd declared thnt the difference; between tho careful saving of this plant food and its wan ton destruction was "the dlfferenco between tho salvation and damnation of our tolls." HANDY Blacksmith FOR CHOPPING ROOTS symmetrical, about thirteen Iricbes In length, practically free from side roots and weighing from one to two pounds. A An eastern dealer said, with reference to tho size of beets: "We would not serted firmly in the chopper and fast- refuse a three-pounbeet, but two ened with screws. The edges of the pounds is the best paying size for the chopper should bn verr shnrn and th farmer to raise; this weight can be blade should bo strong'enough not to obtained by proper cultivation." bend under vigorous chopping. In all cases be suro to use seed sod potash. enough. This varies greatly by differThe phosphoric acid may be purchased In numerous forms, but In my REASONABLE WORK IN GARDEN ent authorities, some giving fifteen pounds per acre as tho right quantity, opinion the potash had best come In tho form of a high grade or n low As Rule for Most Things It It Safe to others twelve pounds, and still others claim that eight pounds per acre of Walt Until Around Corn Plant. trade sulphate. good seed 1b snfflclent. Ing Time for Start. It Is always desirable In a field of EARLIEST OF SWEET PEPPERS Wo aro alwaya eager to get the gar- sugar beett to havo a uniform stand; If every row upon n field of 500 acres den started in tho spring, but as Plants Require Rather Light, Well rule for tho most things It Is safe to has a solid stand of plants, the farmDrained Soil, and They Must De watt until around corn planting time er can thin to definite and uniform Kept Growing From Start. ., or a little, before. No use to put seed spaces. With pedigree seed I. Into cold damp ground only to rot. seed grown by reputable persons of Perhaps the earliest variety Is tho Pctter start the plants In the hot long experience the vitality tested In Neapolitan. If well grown plants are bed and taper off In tbo cold frame, advance, the ground and weather In let out early they will produce fine and then when Bet out In tho open prlmo condition, the question of seedfruit In Juco. The fruit first turns to they will bump themselves. ing can be conducted on a closer basis a light yellow and then to a brilliant It's n mighty mean man who will than where some of these factors are icarlet. permit his wlfo to spade up tho gar not well settled. With a few years of Tho Hub)' King, the Hull Nose, or den and do all tbo work on It the experience in growing beets farmers Rweet Hell nre fine peppers. They are wbolo eenson through. cannot only closely regulate tho blunt nosed, round and about two or Never drill strong fertilizer, like amount of seed per acre, but every tbreo Inches long. Tho Huby King Is sheep or poultry manure. In tho rows detail In connection with tho growing a little lnrgcr than the Hull Nose and next to the seed. Hotter plan Is to from tho first furrow till tho crop Is Its flesh Is very mild and sweet. work It Into tho ground beforo plant delivered at the factory. These plants grow about three feet ing or In tho rows Just after tho plants Start tho cultivator as soon as tho high and aro not easily blown down, appear and closo enough so It will Tho largest variety Is tho Chinese touch. Slant. The flesh Is thick nnd nwect Everybody grows rhubarb, but few IMPROVEMENT OF ind can be eaten raw. farmers know that they can grow as Peppers require rather light, well paragus just as easily. It is ono of tho GRASS PASTURES drained soil, and they must be kept most delicious vegetables grown and trowing from the start. If the growth requires no special care. Start with Is checked by cold weather or lack of ono or two year old plants. When Packed Hard Water Runs Off When It Raino Instead moisture they will not mature well. of Soaking; In How When the plants show two or threo to Handle. leaves In seed bed transplant In small cans or flower pots, nnd again transIt Pastures should be Improved. plant when nil danger of frost Is thcro was a good stand of grass, passed nnd. In fact, not until tho Ilcmove tho harnesses at noon, and weods would not grow. The trouble weather becomes quite warm. Placo le, tho pasture Is packed hard. Water s shovelful of well watered manuro in batbu tbo sweaty shoulders. Ensllago costs about two dollars per runs off when it rains instead of soakbill. rh ing In. In other words, tho pasture ton, the lack of It about six. Somo flax and somo potatoes Is bet Is DEVICE FOR RAKING STONES Hero Is the way to handle such a ter than nil flax or all potatoes. As soon as tho frost goes A Held of rnpo will mako excellent pasture: Home-MadAffair of 3trong No, 9 summer paaturo for the shoats. out of the ground this spring, and Wire, Will Be Found QuIto'Con-venlen- t When tho gophers first show them beforo wo get busy with the regular Implement. farm work, we should uso a dtsK selves Is tbo tlmo to poison them. Knsllngo will furnish a this year's drill and thoroughly cut up tbo pasAn Implement that will be found substitute for tho clover crop that ture, ' at fho same tlmo drilling in from eight to 10 pounds to the aero ?cry handy about tho farm la a home failed. made affair, made of strong No, 9 wire. Don't let tho rush of spring's work of red clover seed on the high lands In working stones, they are easily tnko the attention from tho breeding und nlslke clover seed on the low lands. stock. Hero Is the result: Tbo drill loosI'nlnt in timo saves weather-chock- s condition of the tho and ensures larger chocks In tho ovent ens pasturo old and lets tho air down to of sale. a moro vigorA llttio paint goes a long way to the roots, stimulating group ous growth and spreading tho plants ward making a homo out of a so thnt wbero one plant grew lost of buildings. year, two will grow this year and Tload dust will servo to hold tho ni Stone Remover. trogen in manure, using It In tho both of them wlll4 grow better. In addition, the' clover seods will fall on raked by moving tbo tool moderately, stable gutter. r wagon Is tboto bare spots where weeds grew and in handling vegetables potatoes Tho clover, And small garden truck It will largely used by farmers of tho New last year, and world, ono of the best will grow this feeds In the the soil from them nicely. The England States. year. Cows will be ablo to secure two may bo short or long, as ono Sowing uncleaned seed Is qulto as handle or threo times as much feed to tho prefers. sensible as to knowingly spread ncrc. They will get growing and among ono's stock. material protein says Improving Lettuce. Tho cost of clover and timothy soed Farm and Homo. Some gardeners greatly Improve must not bo reckoned; their valuo Is tbo lied clover grows best on the hilltheir lettuce, Swiss chard and spin- too great to let them go unsown. and high lands. Alslke clover Whllo planting your garden giro sides mighty good grass ach by growing them under a canopy is a for the low cloth, held about five feet due attention to tho color of the flow of checso lands, for on such land It will make ground by stakes or a light crs, to that they may harmonize. bore the a wonderful growth nnd provide reAshes are best applied In the spring, frame hay. Farm markable pasturage separately or In connection with phos and Homo also says and sorghum makes phate fertilizers as a top dressing. Csbbage Easy to 8tart. a good crop for summer feeding of Cabbage is ono of tho easiest vegeTobacco' dust worked Into tho sur cows. It Is o heavy ylolder and will tables to start from seed and to face of tho soil Just before setting the furnish feed when the pastures are transplant, and to bo znado to grow lettuco will help to keep tha aphji short. away. In tbogardonor field. d Fertilizer Distributer. ance of nitrogen for tho corn crop and at the proper time during Its growth lo Insure, a maximum yield. The bacteria In the manure will hasten the decomposition of tho organic matter rontalncd In the roots and stubblo of the clover sod and hasten them Into a condition avallablo to nourish tho trowing corn crop. All farmers know that excellent crops of mixed grass may be grown on a field that has produced a good crop of corn by the application of manuro alone the previous year but In my opinion better economical remits may be obtained If the manure Is applied at the rate of from & to 10 loads to the acre and supplemented with some form of fertilizer supplying an abundance of phosphoric acid Cxcellent Will Construct Device fot Preparing Feed for Stock Edges 8hould Be Sharp. It Is n slow nnd tedious job chop ping roots In large quantities, and If they are to bo fed to animals, a great deal of tlmo Is required. Your black smith will make a good by following tho suggestions in the Illustration herewith. Take to him an old handlo of some kind and have It In Toot-chopp- Position of Beet In Soil. rows show across the field sooner than this should tho weeds show In advance of the beets. Tho best time to kill weeds Is before they have fairly started; tho work can bo dono at this stage of growth for the least expense, and also keeps tho soil loose and line to hasten the growth cf tho crop early In the season. During the growing season beets should bo cultivated once In seven to ten days, leaving the soil practically level with the last cultivation. When the leaves cover the ground cultivation should stop. When the beets show the fourth leaf they should bo thinned to ono plant In a place and about eight Inches apart In the row; selecting, so for ns possible, tho best plants. The rows should be ns close together ns will permit of horse cultivation; some of tho experts say that tho rows should be eighteen Inches apart. Some farmers may doubt the necessity Of thinning to one plant In a place. Don't make any mistake at the outset; the sugar beet is a trifle particular on some points, and the manufacturers are sometimes more exacting than the beet. Right here has been one of the main collision points between manufacturers and fnrmers sugar content of the beet and the method of paying for the same. It Is Important not only thnt a sugar beet should be of a proper size and shape, but also that It be grown In such a manner ns to secure the protection of the soil for all Its parts except the neck and foliage. The proper position for n beet to occupy In tho soli at the end. of growth is one which necessitates careful management. This position can only be secured for the beet by growing it in a soil sum. clcntly pervious to permit of the penetration of the tap root to a great depth. It Is for this reason that In the preparation of a field for the growth of sugar beets Is of such great Importance. If the beet. In Its growth, should meet a practically Impervious soil at the depth of eight or ten Inches, the tap root will be deflected from Its natural course, lateral roots will develop, tho g What Are Your Talent? What Are Your Aims? Berea Ha the Training That i Best For YOU. Are you not far advanced? Then enter the FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thoe. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Here yon will be placed with others like yourself, undor a special teacher, and miko most rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and the common branches and be ready to use them. You will have singing, drawing, farra and household management, and free One year in the Potior datlon School costs less than (90 and is worth $1,000. Aro you aiming to bo a teacher! Then Join the NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Hero you will b so trained that you will fear no examination, and you will bo taught how ta teach. The demand for Ilerea trained teachers far oxcerds tbo supply. Are you Interested In earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. Marsh, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Business Course, Eto. Hore you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy doing text-bookBook-Bindin- things In a superior manner. Two-year- Aro you desiring the next best thing to a College CourpoT Then tak two yoars or three years in the GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Mathcny. Dean. or three years. In such practical studies as will fit )ou for an honorable and useful life. You select your studies from such an these: Physiology the science of health; Civics the science of government; Grammar Ethics the science of right the art of correct speech and and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general lnteillgance; Botany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to overy lady; Physics the science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc f Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start In the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Malheny, Dean. Best training In Mathematics, Languages, Science end History. Th s Academy has Its own and Men's Dormitory, nnd a largo body of students of high character and ability, able Instructors, and uso of College Library and apparatus. lottcr-wrltinclass-room- Berea College DR. EDWARD C. DOWNING, DEAN. The College Itself stands apart from all tho other schools under its man ngement and has long maintained tho highest standards known In the South. To conform to the Carnegie standards wo havo diminished our former requirements! Required and elective studies with opportunity to concentrat In particular lines. Latest college library In Kentucky. Laboratories equipped for student practice. Courses leading to tho degrees of. A. B ., B. L., and B. Ped. MUSIC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory, Band, may be taken for special feet In connection with work in any of tn above schools. Questions Answered Berea College, with Its afflllatcd; Berea, Friend of Working Students. Institution. It requires certain fees, but schools, Is not a money-makinit expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of Its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for students to earn and save In every way. OUR 8CHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with 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 nnd lmivovo. For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurso without extra charge. All except those with parents in Berea llvo in College buildings, and assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and gottlng pay according to the value of their labor. Except in winter it it expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their expenses. Write to the Secretary bofore coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is the bcBt, but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather, warm wra'is and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas anj g PPSsbbbbT "Vllmorin Improved." Thlt beet It yean of methe result of thirty-fiv- e thodical and persevering selection. beet will become disfigured and distorted In shape, and the upper portion of It will be pushed out of the ground. Experience has shown that tbo content of sugar in these portions of a beet which are pushed above tho soil is very greatly diminished. ALFALFA PLANT IN POULTRY RUN Furnishes Excellent Green Focd for Chickeno Soon Kills Out If It Is Over Pastured. Alfalfa is one of tbo best plants to furnish green food for chickens, but ordinarily It soon kills out If over-pasture- Garden Farm Notes other necessary articles at 'cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cosL The College asks no rent for the One buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1,35 a week, In the fall, and $1.5p 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, nnd Is returned when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction Is n free gift). The Incidental Fee for moJt students is $5.00 a term, $6.00 In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 In Collegiate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM Vocational Academy and Foundation and Normal. School. $ COO C.C0 $ 6.00 College. $ 7.00 Incidental Fee Room Board, 7 week Amount due Sept. 13. 1911 Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911 ' 9.45 7.00 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.00 $31.40 7.00 9.45 $23.45 9.45 $32.90 Alfalfa crowns off and ploughed e two-hors- low-gea- dls-eas- o under and that havo taken root again aro much harder to kill out, as many havo found by repeatedly grubbing out tho same stool that has taken root tbo second time, writes Phllo K. llllnn, alfalfa specialist of the Colorado Experiment Station. Such crowns seem to put out shoots from cacb piece of root that Is left in tho ground if tho soil Is in favorable condition. Those who desire to establish alfalfa In their poultry yards can succeed In this wny by ploughing or spading under alfalfa crowns that have been freshly ploughed out from somo field near by. Early In the spring Is tho best time, while the crowns aro still dormant. Tho crowns should be coveted from four to six Inches deep and ifec soil wet down and kept moist and the chlckemj kpt off until the" crowns have becomo established which will be much sooner than alfalfa from seed and will stand much harder . pasture. Charcoal for Fowls. Charcoal Is not a food for fowl. It Is simply an absorber of Ira pur o guses that might genernto In the crop or gizzard of the bird. Charcoal is a purl-tienot a food, and many make the mistake, of giving charcoal to the birds with their food. Have it poundeJ rather fine, about the size of peas, and keep it In a clean box near tho feoU trough, and when the fowls feel the need or It they will consume all that la necessary for tLelr use. r, that havo been cut $20.05 9.45 $29.50 $29.00 5 5.00 Total for term If paid In advance WINTER TERM Incidental Fee . Room Board, 6 weeks Amount due Jan. 3. 1912 Bosrd 6 weeks, due Feb. 14, 1912 $32.40 $ 7.00 7.20 9.00 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 $31.78 I 600 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $20.50 $ B 6.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $30.70 Total for term If paid In advance SPRING TERM Incidental Feo Room Board. 5 weeks Amount duo March 27. 1912 Board. 5 weeks, due May 1. 1912 OO I 00 8 75 $15.75 6.75 $22.50 $22.00 6.00 5.00 6.75 f 7.09 5.00 6.7 $17.75 6.75 $24.50 $24.00 $18.70 6.7 $25.5 $23.00 Total for term If paid In advanc Plan Now, Come September 11th oung man or younr woman can Kt an education at Any It there It tht will to do to. Berea con- year the It is a Tet advantate to ttart In waate Fall and have a full schoolsofEC I UK tlmo fnlhe Dubllc ever and over tho samo things, when they might be Improving much faster. .... Wnn by coming to Berea nna Burning in uu uu , young men nnd women from other counties and States. Make your plans to come March 27th. Fvr Information or friendly advice write to tbo Secretary, able-bodie- milk-formin- D, WALTER MORTON, berea, ky Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. weep for hor aa Bho would soon bo an angel. Her teachers, schoolmates, bereav ed parents, brothers and sisters wilt remember Martha as a sweet lovable and obedient child. Though only a llttlo moro than twelvo years old, I'OSKY each day of those years May 7. Wo havo been hav yet sho lived Posey. tho trying to do tho will of Him who ing somo very rainy weather for loeth nil tilings well. ast week. Farmers aro getting V1NK corn. (Miss Llslo rush to plant Mr. Wilson. Mr. Terry Estop and Vine, May 10. Tho recent heavy Tom H.ill wero tho guests of Mlssvo rains havo caused many of tho farm lUmnila nnd Lucy Malnous nnd Cnl- ers to fait behind with their farm Sunday llo Blake, Sunday night, ing Wllllo Hopper of Big Bexton y School Is progrtsslug nicely at Cllf-t- nnd Miss Kllno Garrett of Sextons church. It meets at 2:30 P m. and Creek wero married at tho bride's ha a largo attendance. Mr. Jim homo May 3rJ. Henry Fields of Wyatt and wlfo started yesterday for Perry County and Miss Dora Parker Kansas, Ohio, where thy will mako of Big Sexton wero married at mo their futuro homo. Bro. F. F. Hnle homo of tho bride's Bister, 'Mrs. Ioo ent to Buckhorn, Saturday, to hold Combs, April 30th. Levi Penningservices. Ho said bo had plenty of ton and tho Misses Julia Ferguson Wilson fish whilo tljcrc. Icrmon and Dora Pennington took dinner nado a flying trip to Mlddlctown, O. with Miss Helen Murray of Burning As ho was coming back homo ho fell Springs, Sunday. Sampson Ponder over a cliff and Injured his leg but of Radors Creek visited his sister getting along nicely. Qulntcn Wil of this placo this week. Miss llttlo son caught a big ground hog, Satur Mnupln who Is staying at Wctchburg day. It has been announced that visited homo folks tho third SaturBro. Abseneo will hold services nt day In last month. Bill Downey visCllfty every third Saturday night and ited hla brother. D. F. Downey, last Sunday. Everybody Is Invited to at- Saturday. Thcro will bo a Holiness tend. nicotine at tho Falling Timber school CLAY COUNTY" houso on tho fourth Saturday nnd lll'UNlN'd M'ltlMiS Rmiilnv. conducted by tho Rev. Ira Burning Springs, May 'J. Many of Wells. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mnu- tho friends of Martha Rader will bo p, spent cry sorry to learn of her serious Burning Springs, with roia es.--C Illness. Sho has been a holplcss vin ruuuwsiuu umuu sluco last fall., when sho re- to Manchester. 'Monday. Ben HrOtvll. ceived a seilous fall on tho school lng Is visiting friends and relatives play ground. Undo Wm. Baker of utre- Dlllard and Dan Whltty-mor- o Island Creok was laid away In tho wero called to tho bodsldo of family burying ground last Monday. their brother, Millard, of Lily, who Tho deceased had been a patient suf had typhoid fever. Ho died May 1st. a ferer for somo time. Ho leaves a Ho leaves a wife, two children, family of grown up children and an Mthor mother, flvo brothers nnd -t aged wlfo to mourn his loss. Robert two sisters to ' mourn his loss. Murray of Radtr's Creek announces Ing their ontlro stock of merchandise to Messrs. J. D. Scott nnd Drake. Wo regret to give up tho old firm, but feel llko Uio new oito will be equal- ns good, as both parties aro gentlemen lu every respect. iar-alyt- lc May 16, 1912. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Mltke4 Ko eotiHponaenrt Ii not tor puMlcttion, bat ) sll" n l U T Ite wrtttr. Ibt mdi Write pUlnly. t trUnfe o food faith. nt Mav 8. TUo singing Is progressing nicely Gray Hawk under tho management of Hov. Joo family Word. Wood Spurlock and Dog back from Wild bavo moved to tbeir old bomo near Prlvett. Dan Strong- - brought bis daughter, Pearl, to A. J. Hamilton to bavo sorno dental work done, this week. --Arch and Eva Peters attended tho singing at Gray Hawk last Sunday. Lula and Ella Simpson of Mauldcn Spur-locvisited their uncle, Silas marSaturday nlght.-T- ho last shals captured two moonshine stills glad near this place. Wo all will bo could get them all. Luther If they Is Bowles, our traveling salesman. The homo from a four weeks trip. corn. farmers aro all busy planting They all bavo had troublo In trying to get seed corn. It Is selling at ?2 and Mrs. Jim Mct-ca- lf per bushcl.-- Mr. latter's parents, Sir. visited tho irivptt. JACKSON COUNTY ritiTtrrr k, bought a tlno cow and calf for $40, last week. Thcro is Sunday school nt Flat Top church, Sunday at 2 p. m. Miss Lucy Cunagln Is very sick llh typhoid. Thcro have been three tides In tho Laurel Fork river within ton days, and tho citizens have been running their tics to market. Gabo McCowan and daughter, on their way tD James Lakes last week, stopped over nglht with S. It. Iloberts. Mrs. Elizabeth Hlmes fell, fcaturday, Joo and hurt herself very badly. Tussey and wlfo visited the former's brother, 'Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Tussoy, Sunday. W. H. llobcrts visited 0. W. Smith of Laurel County, Sunday. Tho Hev. D. Parker was present at Flat Top Sunday School and gavo talk-- to tho school that ought to bo appreciated by all. Married, tho Miss 4th Inst., Honry Suiners to Hachel Lear. Wo wish them much happiness In tho future. RoVal Baking Powder Absolutely Purs Makes Home Baking Easy With minimum trouble and cost biscuit, cake and pastry arc made fresh, clean and greatly superior to the ready-mad- e, variety, dry, and danger of alum food is avoided. found-in-the-shop I OWSLEY COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENT I am a candldato for Assessor of Owsloy County. I am ono of tho family of six boys each of whom has always supported tho Republican nartv and this Is tho first Umo In life that cither of us ever aiked tho peoplo of our county for office. I have always stood for rnoramy and for nearly twenty years I have non-csbeen pleading for cleanliness ana elections and I am In favor in of atrlct enforcement of tho laws. Robert F. Wilson. ty Stelin, Misses LIUIo II. Uerrymaii, I nnd Pearl Cawood. Cecil Wlllnby town, CbsB Brnndenburg wero lu . I -- t .... I...-- Saturday and Mrs. Jeff Strong last night. CL0vr.11 UOTTOM Wo exClover Bottom, May 13. tho worst floods perienced ouo of seclast week ever known In this in country. Tho water tion of tho 12 2 South Fork creek was at least creek feet deep In tho center of tho every swept fences, gardens and and thing before It, even tearing down oOO largo trees, washing away about J. W. Abrums most cioss ties for part of which wero recovered, a the II. N. Dean's mill, also of Paces and running Inporch of Jesse dwelling to J. W. Abrams store and bouse, doing oonslderablo damage. Van Winkle while returning homo from Berea last Monday night was caught In tho rain storm ana Bis mules and wagon were washed about 300 yards down tho creek tearing up his wagon and washing away n load of Groceries belonging to Wil liams and Johnson and almost drown ing tho mules. Mrs. Linda Baldwin and family are visiting relatives at this nlaco. A. C. Blcknell, Charllo Norvil and Leslie Bowling left this nlace a few days past and went west to find emuloyment. S. A. Englo has moved his place of holding court to tho voting house near J. W. ao- rams. Saturday is his law day. SANUGAi'. recent Sand Gap. May 12,-- Tho rains did much damage to property largo near tha creeks and other water courses in this vicinity Last Monday night, from tho result of a cloud burst, the water rose in to J. W. Abrams' store and dwell ing house. Tho damago done Is cstl mated to be $500. The old water mill belonging to Aaron Powell was mostly destroyed during tho same rain. Hov. Jas. Lunsford preached at this place, Saturday night and faun day, and at Oak Grove church. Sun dav nlcht Rev. Lunsford Is here church working on tho Christian house which is nearing completion. Mrs. Mary Kerby and children who have been visiting hero for some tlmo recently left for their home Wilson, at Bennett, Colo. George postmaster, at this placo has com pleted and moved Into his new home near his office. C. S. Durham has his new houses almost completed Albert Powell was tho cheerful guest of General Lunsford and faml ly, Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. J R. Durham visited their son, C. S. Durham and family, this week. Quito a number of young folks were entertained, Sunday, at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Durham in honor of their irranilaon. Arthur Mr Gulro, who left, Monday, for bis home at Delavan, 111. 111:1 ..s 1 ; Sturceon. May 13. We are having some very cool wet weather whlcn Is delaying farmers considerably in t,.ip wirn crons. Wheat crops nro ikin. vprv nromlslnc: the applo crop is going to be fairly good, also o prunes, neaches are few except tho mountain tops. Wright Cotigleton has purchased a new shaving .Messrs. blower for his stuvo mill. Flanery, Millard Botner and Thos roncloton's noted teamsters, are uo lne a splendid business hauling stavo Sherman Brewer bolts to tho mill. lost a good mare the past week Shprldan Peters of Island City vlslt- .,t stnriimi. Sundav. ansa Kate arrived homo lust Friday Wilson Intn llnriMI whom flllO ll03 bCCn 1" v.w li ISM School for some time. KICKTOWN ninotiiK. 'May 11. Farmers of Rlcetown, with this placo aro badly behind their work, owing to so much wet of James II. Gabbard weather. r.rctu left. Mav 2nd. for Ohio to snend tho summer. John L Gab bard was at Boonevlllo, Monday, on business. Matthew Behymer of this nlaco Is very low with typhoid. Misses Molllo and Lucy Wilson who have boeu attending school at lic- rea, returned home, Saturday. Misses May and Rebecca Gabbard spent bun-da- y with tho Misses Pearl and Lucy Gabbard. B. J. Ucyers of Boone last vlllo fell and broke his arm week. Ho lb doing well as could bo expected. W. B. Gabbard la very poorly at this writing. Miss Besslo been attending Eversolo who has school at Buckhorn this spring re turned homo last week. H. C. Gab bard of Conway camo, Wednesday, nftcr his daughter and her children Deeso, May, D. Wo aro having lots of rain. A Holiness meeting at G. W. Parrctt's today. Wo aro hav ing a splendid Sunday School at Pino Flat, this season. Elbert Lakes Is tho Supt G. W. Sealo had a log rolling last Thursday and got quite a fow logs rolled. A log rolled over G. W. Sealo and hurt him very badlv. Mav &ineletoii Is low with typhoid fever. Tho Ann-vlll- o Collego closed last Friday and all tho tearhera wont hnrU in W York Jasper Saylor returned homo today. Ho baa beonl at work all tho week in Laurel County. Carlos Carmack returned t wnrir last Tuesday whero ho 1ms been at work for soma time. Joo Johnston went to lSaat Bernstadt, Friday, and urougui uia uicyeio homo. vi-r- y CAIIICO Carlco, May C Farmers aro making slow progress with their work on account of so much rain. The Uov. Woods preached ut the Old uwna school iiouso, tunauy. joh bUelton lell and hurt h Ix nrm virv wv badly last Saturday. John Burners whom ho took homo wlUi him. Thero will lm church and bantizlne at Grassy Branch, Saturday and Sun day, by Revs. Wilder and Pcnniug- ton. Henry Gabbard of Cow Creek islted homo folks Saturday and Sun day. TKAVi:i.KKtf UKKT. TmvMsra Itpfet. Mav 8. Owing to tho continued rains farmers aro get ting behind with their work. Messrs Barker Honry Bowman and M. V. wcrn business callers in town wis Sluclng school began, Sun week. dav. at tho Presbyterlun church, con ducted by Prof. James Botner. Mar ried, May Cth, Mr. Couley Scott to to Miss Lizzie 'Moored. Wo extend them our wishes for a prosperous and happy future Henry Deeds, who has been 111 for somo time, is Im Mrs. proving very slowly. Mr. and Jas. Botner nnc'. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Cecil wero tho guosto of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Caudill. Sunday. Mrs. E. S. Mlntcr has been very 111 during tho past week, but Is convalescent. Andy J. Gabbard of Hamilton, O., on returning homo from Ashovlllo, unui-N. C. whore ho has boen medical treatment, stopped over for a fow days with his relatives and friends nt this place. Wo hope Mr Gabbard will recover as ho Is a use ful man with many friends. A. G. Cecil has been very 111 for a fow weeks, but Is recovering. lilts Del-l- a Oldham of Oklahoma Is vlsltiug relatives and friends In this vicinity this week. Alex Bond and Daglon Kay aro contemplating a business proposition In tho uear futuro. J. C Botner and son at Vincent are sell r and planting corn. J. O. Ponder 2b on tho sick list this week. Al Mi- - Vaughn and son hao gono to Jackspon. son County to attend court. F. B. Sam Lewis hnd a flno cow to dlo this week, supposed to bo poisoned. John Holcomb bought a ciulo of AlMI.VKK CHTKKK Slhor Creek, May 13. Rev. Brook-shlr- o bert Griffin for t0. filled his regular appointment Mr. Lincoln mndu no uso of either nt Silver Creek, Saturday nnd Sun whiskey or tobacco during nil tho day. 0. L. Johnson has gono to Cin years that I knuw him. John Hay. cinnati to work. Sam Kelly who has THE CITIZEN KNIFE been at work on tho railroad spent Saturday and Sunday with his mother Tho only premium wo nro offerNEW MISSION OF THE CHURCH nnd father. Mr. and Mrs. Curt Kelly. now with Tho Citizen Is Tho Miss Iva Anderson who has been In ing 76 O'lit knife, which a factor in building over a week Is ablo to bo out Citizen knife, a bed This ideal of n Church which mnkes itself ideal. spent Sun with a yenrly, or $1.00 subscription, acaln. Luther Kindred up a community, tren in material thiva, is not Binnjjwmblo B00 for U2'J- lho day night with W. M. Anderson. It has been realized in tho pas nnd it cau bo realized wo havo been giving "Inch affects to Todd and 'Mrs. Mary M- - i Heretofore, Mrs. Tobo ideal will, houever, never be realized by a Churcb this knife to subscrlibers when they dred spent Thursday In Borea with j pay despise this world aud the things of this world, which regards the tho $1.:, but that defeats tho conmhtiug in Mrs. Todd. Perry Katon lost n nicu world itself as lost, and conceives of its own mission oh tho purposo for which wo supply the wreck. ho had been offered maro for whlcn saving as many individual fouls us pomible from "knife. And hereafter It will only other $225. Mr. Jackson and two If the Church will assume that the world is not goingvviloI petiti be given when tho cash accompanies wen fellows from Richmond wero ditched tion, that it is going to last for a long time, and that it CbriMamR subscription. And furthermore. Mitchell's placo, Sunday tho world, accoidingas at K. D. ually be a Christain or a If tho knife, is to bo sent by mall, evening, nnd broke one of tho nuto'u prove theuiFelves more fit to potest it according or an extra 10 cent must lo added, or mechanics wheels, but no ono was hurt. Air. as they are better farmers, better business men, better more and pay registration feo. Wo and llttlo i'1.33, to and Mrs. Jesso Mooro the Church will turn its attention better politicians-th- en nro forced to mako this change and business daughter spent Sunday with her momore to the making of better and more progressive farmern, this nddttlonnl charge owing to tho ther and father, 'Mr. and Mrs. (5. K. fact that wo aro finding It Imposal- men, mechanics and politicians. two . Anderson. Mrs. Bill Davis and Thomas Nixon Carver. now to gvt a knlfo to a children Bpent Friday cvcnlnn with Iblo through the malls, '.Mrs. Hiram Powell. Jim Gabbard h.ivlnir hml li kaiiiI nM liinnv kr Kelly. spent Sunday with Curt MADISON COUNTY two nnd thrvo to ono person owing tho birth of a son. Mrs. minora cim.i:ik III 1.1. of tho samo plaw Is very Glarkston ROCKCASTLE COUNTY to tho fact that they aro stolen account U-College Hill. May Neither we nor tho subscrlb- Mrs. Bovcrly Thompson of IIIICKI'DIIII sick. being mado on tho M. K. II .o nf 'T. of course, can afford tills loss Laurel Creek continues tov Improve of repairs May 11 11rr Rockford, services wero held m after a serious illness. .Mrs. naiio church South, Cane unu uio oniy remruy that Is open by Conway preached at Scaffold again af- the II. E. church North, Saturday us Is to havo tho subscriber who White Is ablo to be about Sunday. Miss Emily Perry vis- to Mary Hyste and last ter an attack of rheumatism. Messrs. Iiro. Wyatt. Misses Saturday Sunday. T. wants tho knlfo sent by mall pay night ile,! 'Myrtlo McColluni, spent the extra ten cents, we aro already Robert and Cortez Tankersley havo Olllo Blunt d daughter, Boulali, and Sunday with Miss Carrlo Qlnter. C. Vlars and C. tho loser when It goes with Tho u., 10 worn. gone to Hamilton, Mrs. W. Vlars. Sunday. MilJohn Burton, wlfo and baby spent Messrs. Jcsso Maggard and Jcsso visiting his Citizen for 11.23. Thero was lard Lutes who lufs been left for Hydcn, wfcero they Sunday with W. Walden. Union father and mother Is now visiting a centennial held at the If your Date Label is any date building an havo tho contract of Wallace Lutes of lk'rea. City Baptist church with dinner on his brother, previous to IS May '12 you owe for tho foimcr's son, Dr. G. O. Miss Ellia Daltoa vlnited Bertha attendMaggard. Tho Rov. C. F. Chestnut, tho ground and a large crowd Bullcn, Sunday Bro. Hudson preach- us and we are watching the mails London, Is ed last week; also J. B. Cawood who a Methodist minister of ed at tho 'Methodist church, Sunday conducting a revival hero with great has been teaching a subscription evening. COMING EVENTS Sunday school at this samo week ani success. Ho will reorganlza a Me school closed tho nicely. Joo Bui-le- n Mm neonlo liked him as a teacher placo Is progressing meetTho National Confercnco of Charithodist church hero beforo the of Wlldlo visited Ely Bullon and bo well that they havo offered htm will hold its ing closes. - ties and Corrections besides tho pub-li- e family, Sunday. Miss Edith A. Llu- 39th annual session In Clovcland, O., a good consideration villo visited friends and relatives monev to teach tho fall school. IN MEMORIAM place from Saturday till ' 'Rl'inlng Wednesday evening, Juno Tho pooplo around Collego Hill are near this mo conrcrcnco win last aoout Monday. Mrs. Shocklcy of near Con tho contwo weeks. Tho program, which hu Last Friday night tho soul of Mar working very earnestly for way visited Nora Uullen, Sunday, tho arranged, provides for tho dls- tha Rader took Its flight to its hea struction of a turn plko from plko Tho llttlo child of Mr. and '.Mrs JaH cusslon of all topics of interest to venly homo. Sho had been a helpless mouth of Red River to Join tho gate. George Llnvlllo of Berea died and was burled social workers by Uio most eminent sufferer from paralysis for more than at "Mrs. B. Broadus' In tho Scaffold Cnno grave yard last tlmo Glntcr who has been playing bai speakers In this and somo foreign eight months but during that Richmond was hit by a foul Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Martin countries. kind friends did all they could to ball in of this placo attended tho wedding of ball near tho cyo and tho Tho meeting of tho Kentucky Edumako her comfortablo and happy. aro that ho has a very black Mrs. Martin's sister near Dlsputanta cational Association at Loulsvlllo on A fow weeks beforo sho died sho spent Fri- last Thursday. Myrtlo G. McOollum Juno will nfford an opportunity told thoso about her bedsldo not to eye. Miss Jennlo Mlnter day with her aunt, Mrs. Jano Hargls, visited her aunt, Mrs. Sarah Gulnn, for Uio teachers of this section Saturday night. i In Richmond, and Saturday went to It and Inspect tho Loulsvlllo edit (lAtll.RT. spo her brothor, J. S. Mlnter, near and to see tho best thcro Is In the ' Red Houso Him Gui.loy, May 11. W. II. Ponder has way who was kicked In of equipment, sanitation, heating, Robert- Daniel fovcr. stomach by u horse. Ho seems to bo typhoid otc. Thcro Is much to bo learned out-siLang - Kin lost his horso last week. J. W. 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