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MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MAY 23, 1012 The Citizen TAFT REPUDIATED BY Knowledge ia power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. Vol. XIII. Ono Dollar a year. No. 47 HOME STATE 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 Tlio tho returns tiro by no means complete, an wo go to press tho Indications aro that Mr. Roosevelt hns carried Ohio by a largo majority. Gov. Wilson's majority over ilnnnon, tho other fnvoriie son, seonui to bo cqtinlly tolling. It was declared by tho Hoosevolt supportors a few weeks ago that Massachusetts would decide the Republican contest, if Mr. Taft should lose, nnd then Maryland, and, finally, Ohio; and tho President himself seems to havo been willing that his homo people-shoul- d bo tho arbiters. Of course ho is by no menns defeated jet, but owing to tho gains of tho a stronger enndidnto mny bo sought and the President's votes be switched to him in tho hopo of checking tho third torm tide. Hut then Teddy says, "I'll be tho compromise candidate," and Teddy "is a wIisoMiorso." FERTILIZERS Globe, Equity, Mt. Pleasant Now ready for delivery at the lowest prices at Weaves. DEATH IN THE CUP "DUTCHESS" Trousers Are Here includes Patterns and Colors to please all tastes, in sizes to fit all figures, at prices to suit every purse. Tim warranty on DUTCH ISSS 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 R. R. COYLE BEREA KENTUCKY mm The old Prophet dlscovored death in the pot a single instance. Tho now prophets of health havo discovered death in the cup in tho public drinking cup, nnd the cup, used In common, must go. Death is to bo outlawed. And who wonders nt tho discovery? The consumptive, with his hollow chest and deep guttural cough, drinks from tho gourd, tho cup or tho dipper that the othor members of the family uso, ho wanders to the crossroads storo and tho dipper provided for the customers is free to him, or, on his wny to the city for treatment, in the train, ho goes to the water-coole- r in tho car and uses tho common glass, and there, hs in tho home and the store, tin; lifo of everyone who touches tho glass with his lips is endangered by particles of sputum containing germs of the diseaso from his teeth, lips or mustache. And it is not only consumption, the white plague, that is to be gunrded against. Any one of a dozen diseases may bo communicated in the sumo manner. The doctors reporting to the State Board of Health last year listed 33,000 cases of venereal diseases in Kentucky alone. The Hlnck Pluguo is, therefore, in our midst, sometimes moro loathsome oven than consumption, and it is not impossible to communicate it in the same way. And then, to say nothing of the possibility of contracting disease, who relishes the thought of drinking after anyone nnd everyone ho chances to see and meet the foul breath, the unclean lips, tho dirty teeth, the drooping mustache, smeared with tobacco juice enough. Wo welcomeeveryone should welcome the banishing of the public drinking cup by the act of the Legislature which" is to be enforced nfter Juno 10th, 11)12. The text of tho law follows: AN ACT "THE FURNITURE UNITED STATES NEWS Winning tha Fight Against Consumption Four Great Religious Gatherings The Law Triumphs In Vir- CHRISMAN'S MAN" WORLD NEWS The King of Denmark dies aloneand Suddenly European War Flurry Decisive Battle Expected in Mexico. Prohibiting Public Drinking Cups. In force June 10, 1012 The uso of tho common drinking- cup on railroad trains, nnd In railroad stations, public hotels, hoarding houses, restaurants, or steamboats, in stores, or other publicly frequented plnees In Kentucky Is hereby prohibited. No person or corporation in charge of the aforesaid places, and no poro n or corporation shall permit on said railroad train, in railroad stations, public Ii.itoU, boarding houses, Procession Starts From Ladles Hall, 8:30 Berea Commencement, June 5 May 30, Thursday, Memorial Day Student Exercises - 9:30 a. m. Procession and Decoration of Graves 1 1:00 a. m. Orations, Maj. Herndon and Pres. Frost 2:30 p. m. 7:30 p. m. 31, Friday Foundation School Graduation ---7:30 p.m. June 1, Saturday -- Academy Graduation 2, Sunday Sermon to Graduates 10:30 a. m. Address to Religious Societies - - - 7:30 p. m. COMMENCEMENT ATTRACTIONS IN Hamilton W. Mabie OUR OWN STATE 3, 4, Monday and Tuesday Oral Examinations Programs Outlined. Large Various Crowds Expected 7:30 p. m. 3, Monday Harmonia Concert, "The Holy City" Canal's Governor Home for Vaca 4, Tuesday Reunion of Vocational Graduates 3:30 & 7:30 p. m. tion Dr. Craft's Speaking Tour-Br- yan Commencement promises very un5, Wednesda- y- Commencement at the Presbyterian General year. It is well usual attractions this Reward for Callihan's ---Assembly - 8:30 a. m. Procession for everybody to get in nilnd tho Assassins. Full Industrial Exhibits - 9:00 a. m. events of this happy season. 10:00 a. m. program apiiears on our front page. Normal Graduates GOVERNOR THATCHER HOME Tho Grand Army deserves greater - 1 ljOO a. m. College Graduates Hon. H. M. Thatcher, Kcntucky'a as its numberB grow fewer. honor - 12:00 m. Governor of the Canal Zone, accomDegrees and Diplomas We cherish our veteruu defenders of Speeches 1:30 p. m. Uio nutlon's lifo. Morutug exercises panied by ills wife, is In Kentucky on his vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Tin Hon. Augustus E. Willson, Louisville will bo largely In chargo of the young cher had an exciting experience people, und, after tho march to the Rev. Frank S. Brewer, Massachusetts tho Cincinnati Southern train cemetery, tho decoration of tho Rev. H. C. Coolcy, Michigan on their way from Now Orleans, when ... restaurants, steamboats, stores, oriiny publicly frequented place in Kentucky, tho uso of the drinking cup in common. Thorn must also be posted in a conspicuous place, by the Individual or corporation, by the drinking water contained In nnv of tho places mentioned in foregoing' paragraph, a warning cardboard with the above printed thereon In largo letters, so they can be ensily rend. Any person or corporation, violating the provisions of this net, shall, upon conviction, ho fined in any sum not less than one doflnr, and not more than ten dollars, mid each day's violation of any of the provisions of this net shall ho considered a separate offense, punishable by line In the amount mimed above. All laws inconsistent witli this net are hereby repealed. (l'nssod by Kentucky Legislature, Session 111115; Governor's signature, March 13, 1012.) -- ...... ... --- FEATURES THIS WEEK Wo call HANDWRITING ON THE WALL OF KING ALCOHOL uttt'iiUun to u special feature this week, uu article liy Dor- Summary of Dr. Craft's Addresses, Monday and Tuesday. othy Dlx, "Tho price wo jiay for tlio privilege of belonging to a famiAlarmed and, uroucsd by prohibily." Wo urgo every reader to pontso tion victories In 1007-lliiuor interthis article, feeling sure tliat it will ests organized five million voters in prove both Interesting und helpful tho "allied trades." Glass blowers to husbands and wives, fathers and havo been persuaded that unless men mothers, old bachelors and old ninldtt continue to "smash things" in saund even children. loons there will soon bo nothing to In our IMcubIvo farming series, we "blow" but tho prohibitionists. Coophavu u very Interesting contribution ers ha'o be'.'ii mailo to feel that if from tlio Statu Experiment Station fower beer barrels aro wanted they crops and tlio Nitrogen will lose, as It Micro would not bo on rupply. This article, it read, dlgest- - lu that case a demand for more flour cd nnd practiced, will enrich every barrels to feed tho drinker's famishfarmer in Eastern Kentucky and re- ed family, and more oil barrels to pay him a thousand-fol- d for IiIb l'ght up his darkened homo, liy tho to Tho Citizen. uid of these ullles and others, liquor On Uio subject of temperance, wo interests bao In tlio last two years not only present our usual temper won five state prohibition battles unco columu on page 3, but glvo In out of seven and almost captured tho other columns the substanco of threo capital of prohibition; and thoy havo addresses given by Or. Crafts on won back tho largest cities that went Dr. "No llcenso;" and with returning his visit this week to Herea. Crafts, llko lloprescntatlvo liobuon, iroaerIty tho per capita consumplias tho final and telling urgutueut tion of liquors Is again oti tho up- against the saloon. Tho editorial on Contluunl onrasc Five tho back pago is clipped from ono of tho pamphlets which ho distri- given up to a poem and an article butes. suitable to that day. Inasmuch as wo go to press next Finally, every ono should read our week on the 30th, Memorial or Decor- front pago editorial and noto tho ation Day, this is Id part our Memo- fact that tho public drinking cup rial Day Issue, and page C is largely must go after Juno 10th. 8, attraction at the Presbyterian assembly nt Loulsvlllo this week, giving one of his sot lectures, but injectsocieties. Monday and Tuesday are tho days ing much about politics. It is said for oral examinations. Each class that nearly nlno thousand people gives Its last two meetings to an heard tho Nebraskan. examination by question and answer, GOVEUNOU OFFERS REWARD spoken, not written, covering tho Governor McCroary has offered a work of tho preceding term or semes reward of four hunded dollars for ter. Theso oral examinations aro of tho arrest of the assassins of Ed interest to all Intelligent pooplo, and Callllmu lu Ureathltt County. It la wo anticipate many visitors. All class. thought that the amount may bo In- es aro open to visitors. prlvato sources creasod from or Monday night is tho usual concert from the county, and an experienced of tho Harmonia Society, which al ('elective may bo employed to run (Csntlnurd on l'i(t Fife down tho murderers. graves and luncheon, there will bo more formal addresses by Major Hern don of Lancaster and Pres. Frost. Tho graduating exercises of the roundntlou School on Friday night will certainly be very attractive. Tho graduation on Saturday Academy night always draws a largo crowd. Tho number of graduates this year nnd tho quality of their pieces will increase this crowd. Sunday Is a truly great day. Every-iKxI- y who lias feet or wheels for ten miles around should bo here. Tho bermou to graduates in the morning lb always one of tho great events. Tills year, tho most distinguished visitor to Herea Is Hamilton W. Mablo who is associated with Roosevelt as editor of "Tho Outlook." Mr. Mablo Is ono of tho great liter nry men of tho country and, what is more, ono of tho very first orators living. Ho will givo tho address Sunday night before the religious bandits stopped tho locomotive and robbed tho fjxpresa car of $150,000. Thoy soeincd to havo gotten about all they could carry and did not molest tho passengers. I)lt CRAFTS IX KENTUCKY Dr. Wilbur F. Crafts, Supt. of tho Bureau of Reform International Washington, has boon on a lecture tour in Kentucky this week, having visited Lexington, Georgetown, nnd other places. Tlio sub ject of his locturo la "Tho Hand Writ ing on tho Wall of King Alcohol." Dr. Craft3 arrived In Herea, Monday, addressing tho convocation at the President's house at 4:30 and a large nudlcuco in tho Chapel at 7:20 p. in. His address will bo found in other columns of this Issue. rg ginia and Mass. Anthracite strike Our Superdreadnaught Ended KING OF DENMARK DIES Debs to Try it Again Why not Raise Frederick, tho VIII, King ot DenGoats? mark, died In Hamburg, Germany, while taking a etrdl alone at night. CRUSADE FRUITS OF THE Ills death Is said to havo been dun Tho ten years from 1900 to IU10 to apoplexy. Ho was seen to fall by havo witnessed great activity In the persons who did not recognize, him fight upon tho whlto plaguo. It Is as a royal personage, and was token during this period that tho open air to a hospital where ho was found to nnd rest methods of cure havo been bo dead. 'Members ot tho King's And the va- party did not know advocated everywhere. for a long time rious workers have been taking stock, that anything had happened, but, to test the Instituting a search, simply as a mateo too speak, In ordtr Tho re- ter of precaution, when the King success of their mothods. sults are as follows: the death rate was lato In returning and, going to from consumption per ono hundred a hospital when they heard that an the unknown man had been taken there, thousand at tho beginning of decade was l'JC.9; at Its close 1C0.3. they found to their amv.ment, 'that There Is a decrease, therefore, of It was the King. EG.G per hundred thousand, or a Ills son, as King Christian the X, percentage decrease of 18.7. To fur- has been crowned his successor. ther show tho effectiveness of the , WAR FEARED crusade, It la only necessary to state Strained relations exist between general death rale has dethat tho Russia and France. 'The trouble clined only about half so fast or seemo to havo arisen over France's &.7 per conL hupposed Interference with Russia's GREAT RELIGIOUS GATHERINGS policy In tho matter of the Turko-Italla- n Four great religious gatherings war. The disagreement has genare being held this week: the dovelopod into the request for the of the Methodist recall of France's ambassador eral conference at St. Episcopal Church at Minneapolis in Petersburg. "Many European papers Us quadrennial session, the general prophesy a world war, but others assembly of tho Northern Presbyterore not so easily scared; they think ian Church In Its yearly meeting at that all differences will bo adjusted of by mutual agreement Louisville, the general assembly or at least by tho Southcfti Procbytcriou Church arbitration. at Urlstol, Tenn., and tho Southern IN MEXICO liaptlst Convention at Oklahoma The expected decisive battle has City. not yet occurred between the MexiTho matter of chief debate In the can rebels and federals, but tho reMethodist body has been tho amusebels are now on the defensive, havclause, of tho discipline. ment Tho ing retired to a place called Rellano movement for abolishing this clauso to await the Government advance. lost by a small majority. Tho disMUST PAY UP cussions In the Presbyterian gather-lu- g at Loulsvlllo havo been of a Tho Government of Ecuador, ono gcnoral nature, the chief pramlso of of the Andean Republics of South progross being In tho wide felt America, has long refused requests necessity, ns illustrated In the var- for payment on old claims against ious addresses, of a greater and more the railroad runnine from nnvnnnll in Quito, and representations (Amount unified missionary endeavor. Tho Southern Presbyterian assembly has ing almost to aw ultimatum havo been had to face some doctrinal disturb- recently made by our government. ances, tho "elect Infant" clauso in "Whichever way tho wind doth blow, tho confession of faith, as usual, some heart Is glad to have it so. So bobbing up to disturb 'tho peace. Tlio blow It cast or blow it west, tho Baptists havo had a great awakening wind that blows, that is the best." (Continued on Five) rce 20,000 LIVES $2,000,000,000 fire-invitin- g, fire-spreadi- That is 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 Berca 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- IlItYAN AN ATTRACTION William Jennings Uryan was an Roof May Save You Worry, Your House, Your Life Remember, a Metal Roof, properly put on, is the best known protection against lightning. We cover your house with plain old style Tin, or heavy, durable Galvanized Steel or artistic Metal Shingles. Berea School of Roofing HENRY LENGFELLNER, Manager Office Jackson St., rear of Main. Phone 7 or 181. 4 Page Two. THE CITIZEN FIGURES IN May 23, 1912. SE'ASON LATE IN The Citizen A GOVERNMENT'S SUIT AGAINST STEEL TRUST KENTUCKY family newspaper for all that la right true and Interesting. o. Unutusl Rains and Damp Weathe Interfere With Planting Corn and Oata-Whe- rublUhwl evtiy ThtiTKlny , at Demi, Ky, at Acreage Reduced. Is BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Incorporate!) Wilt Thou be Made Whole? Dy I. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. Subscription Rates Tnmt Months PATA.UI.U IN On TtAr Hit Month IMt-ofllc- o , ft) Send money by or TTxprraa Money Order, Draft, Iletrlatemt letter, or one ana two cent auunpa. on label Th dale aXltr your mm ahowa to what lat your mitwcrlptlmi la paid. If tt la not ctuutto! within liuve rrtrXt aJlrr renewal notify us. FVna pnemhims cheap, with new MrtpUona imri prom pt rvTicnnls. Send fur I'remium 14m. UbenU twrma irtven to any one who ob. ttJn new subscriptions for in. Any on if ilbwlnK mimbora will be Rhtdly mipplled ww am notlflnl. ending n four yearly sirtcrlptton reoel-The Cltlten free for one year. Advertising r&tca on application e hlmf can for MKMticn or KENTUCKY PR1JSS ASSOCIATION, Nobody will care how much the fly la kicked nrouni. this summer. You do not near hand musicians objecting seriously to political cam palgns. em large spot has been discovered the Bun. Draw ycur own political deduction. A of the leadtng tlgurcs in From left to right the; are: D. A. Heed; Henry U. Colton, assistant to Jacob M. Dickinson; Henry P. Drown, special master ap pointed by the United States circuit court to take testimony In tho sun; Jacob M. Dickinson, ol war, who appears for the government at a "trust buster," and It. V. Lltxlabury, chief counsel for the Steel ' corporation. on the steps York custom house, fhows several THIS photograph, taken government of the New the United States Utccl corporation. to dissolve suit of the federal When nn editor becomes Bloomy he rises to predict the revival of the hoopsklrt. HELPS MRS. DURAND TAR EMMA FOR REITMAN of Frankfort, Ky. Commissioner Agriculture Newman In giving out the crop report for tho yrnr up to May 1, wild The crop report for Mny, rcn dcred ns tho conditions existing Mny 1, shows n decreased acreage of wheat originally sown In Kentucky last fall 91.4 per cent of nverngo crop. This spring there has been nbnndnncd 7.6 per rent of this original ncronge, leav ing 83.8 per cent of nn nvorngo crop in acreage, the condition of which Is 71) per cent. Condition of ryo 85.2 per cent. Barley 72.5 per cent. Oats 88.C per cent. There has been but llttln corn plant cd nml only M 1 per cent of the plow' Ing, n gient deal of whlrh wiih dutiu last fall, Is reported. The unusual amount of rainfall hns Interfered nin terlally with tho sowing of oats anil with the plowing for corn. The Indl cated acreage of corn shows nn unii sunlly large crop to bn plnnted, hut whether weather conditions will permit this Is yet to bo determined. Tho Indlrnted ncrcage of dark tobacco Is 98.2 per cent, and tho hurley ncrengu is 96 per rent. Condition of tobacco bed In dark district Is given im 93.G per cent and of the beds for hurley tobacco 9.7 per cent. Practically nil fruit Is killed in somo portions of Kentucky, while in other portions above nn nverngo condition Is reported. Apples SCO per cnt, peaches ffi.l per cent, pears. 79 per cent, plums 83.5 per cent, cherries 81.1 per cent, grapes 89.1 per cent. Tho condition of the strawberry crop Is 90.3 per cent. Condition of live stock Is reported as hardly being up to tho average. Grass conditions nre unii Bually good. The loss from hog chol era for the last 12 months Is 7,3 per Rev. Pailey E. Zaritnann, D. D.f SmtUiy ol nifrMifln Drrtrtmrnt MooJf DUt tt. TliXT- - Wilt thou be made wholaT John de-tir- What else would bo the deepest o of a man who had been sick for .18 years and who had been waiting dally for a long tlmo to hnve somo friend put him Into the pool nt th time of tho moving of tho waters? but the aucstloa. Is an arousing ono which Jeaus nsk for tho purposo of fnaklng tho man Our notion of nn easy Job la to persuade a man to become a candl FORMER A8SISTANT INSPECTOR date for office. AT ARMOUR PLANT SUPPORTS HER STORY. The Incubator craze Is leading to numerous flres. This will not. how. ever, check the craze. New York, the worst crowded me tropolis In the world, always has room GOLDMAN AND MANAGER WAITED ON BY VIGILANTES. "I. W. W." Branded on Manager of Noted Anarchist Forced to Kneel and Kits American Flag. for easy mark visitors. The world certainly do move. It haB been lo! these many years since we read a folding bed Joke. Much more readily do some meD pay out hard cash to a baseball 1m presnrio than to a coal dealer. Now they are going to grow Turkish Why not as tobacco In California. well as Havana or Connecticut? A New York' woman wants a dl Torce becaurd her husband has an other wife. Isn't she the finicky thing! A Cleveland lawmaker Insists that male bathers on the beaches be forced to wear skirts. sies! The shameless hus The report that The Harvester was sold for $50,000 Is enough to make an automobile salesman green with envy. The Little theater In New York Is said to be for Intelligent people. Now wn know why It Is called the Little theater. 1 A license of hns been Imposed on cats In New Jersey, but n license on midnight would be prefrts understanding between the packers and the Inspectors, Ma rlon I). Adams of E08 East Forty-sixt- h place, Chicago, has filed a statement with Representative Nelson, who scrapers. Is pressing his resolution for an InThat Missouri man who Is batching vestigation of the meat inspection grasshoppers to feed bis chickens Bervlce. Adams was an Inspector's assistant should be careful that the supply does at the Armour plant. Although he was not exceed the demand. not present at the test of Mrs. cows, he was In a position to While those reformers are Investigating the baseball trust, we hope know of the consternation among the they will establish an age limit for Inspectors when it was learned that Mrs. Durand had secretly shinned the peanuts. condemned cattle to tho Armour plant, Just to prove that there is nothing and the Inspectors, not knowing tbey new under the sun a Harvard profes- were hers, found no disease and sor has discovered that women talk passed them for food. Furthermore, ho was told by a too much. friend of Dr. Bennett, Inspector In A Harvard professor says Oklahoma charge, that Bennett bad used abusive Is five years ahead of any other state. language In referring to Mrt. Durand It's a long way from Harvard to Ok- after she had trapped him Into a dem onstration of Incompetency. Adams lahoma, too. will be subpoenaed as a witness. A European Judge has declared that Bandits Hold Up Train. It Is not lawful to cheat American Hattlesburg, Miss.. Mar 17. Two tourists. Nor especially easy, we may men escaped with $140,000 early add. Wednesday morning after holding up York limited train Why does no one ever Intone a New Orleans-Nehymn to the vernal recrudescene ol on the Queen & Crescent railroad eight the chorus of the frogs? It 1b not so miles from this city and dynamiting the safj and express car. bad. Passengers wore not molester! Some alarmlBt now announces that no one was injured. The men essauerkraut Is a dangerous explosive, caped on horses, evidently toward the but we'd rather risk It than boiled Alabama state line. Posses starteri in pursuit after the train came to this cabbage. People who Insist on building near the Ohio and Mississippi rivers should get on the safe side by building sky's erable. San Diego, Cal., May 17. The free speech fight here took another serious turn when Emma Goldman, the "queen Head of Agricultural Department of the anarchists," was driven from the and Dr. Ben.Relt-man- . Charged With Using Frank to Stop city after a near-rioMiss Goldman's manager, was Beef Charges Very Abusive Lan tarred and feathered Wednesday. guage It Quoted In Statement. A vigilance committee of citizens Washington, May 16. Congress will played a large part In the affair, makreceive a resolution In which an In- ing such a demonstration that Miss vestigation will be demanded Into the Goldman had to be spirited away from allegation that Secretary Wllsoa., So- tho Grant hotel, where she had rooms, licitor McCabe and Dr. A. D. Meltln to a train waiting at the Santa Fe of the bureau of animal Industry, are station. She left Immediately for Lot Illegally employing the government Angeles. frank and government stenographers Reltman was taken to Las Penas-qulta- s In an attempt to stifle the Inquiry Into ranch, twenty miles north of the beef situation. Not only are these town, by a party of citizens In autoofficials conducting a campaign of per mobiles and tarred and feathered and sonal defense at government expense. branded with "I. W. W." but they are using department faciliReltman was forced to kneel and ties to frame personal attacks on kiss the American flag and to prom.members of congress and witnesses ise that he would not return to San summoned to testify before the com- Diego. mittee conducting the present InvestiBarred from the use of a hall, gation. warned by tho police and hooted and Many members of the house, among Jerred by crowds wherever she apthem members of the committee on peared, Emma Goldman canceled her rules, and Representative John M. Nel- speaking dates la San Diego and unson, whose resolution precipitated the der cover of darkness stole out of the present Inquiry, thoroughly city, going by automobile toOccanstde. are where tho boardal the owl train for aroused over the situation. In support of the charge of Mrs. Los Angeles. Scott Durand, society leader of Chi cago, that Arthur Meeker, general RUMORED THAW HAS AN HEIR manager of Armour & Co., made use of the government meat Inspectors at Story That His Wife Evelyn Is Moththe Chicago stock yards to' condemn er of Boy Baby Is Not certain of her prize cattle. Indicating Confirmed. a significant t, SECRETARY WILSON ACCUSED cent. The flood district of Kentucky has STATE brought down the general average of MONTANA REPUBLICAN all crops more or less, as many fields CONVENTION FAVORS TAFT of wheat and oats were reported at WITH 8 ADHERENTS. being entirely ruined as tho result of tne flood conditions. In ninny sec WEST VIRGINIA FOR COLONEL tions rain ha Interfered even with the planting of gardens, and some reports show no potatoes planted yet, Minnesota G. O. P. Indorses Roosevelt while the entire report for the state For President T. R. and La Fol s $2.7 vr cent for potato acreage. lette Men Wrangle Over Resolu tlont Former Win Out. J. L. DENT, NEW SECRETARY. Burlington, la., .May 18. On Thurs. day Iowa Joined the states In the Clark column when the Democratic stato convention sent 300 delegates to Haiti more Instructed to vote as a unit lor the nomination of Champ Clark as president of the United States. Eight delegates at large, each with half a vote, are bound by these Instructions, as also are the 22 district delegates. The Clark delegation from Iowa to Baltimore will consist of eight delegates at large, each with half a vote and 22 district delegates. Helena, Mont., May 18. The Repub lican state convention here on Thurs. day selected eight delegates to the no tional convention, which Is to be held In Chicago, and while the delegates are vosted with discretionary power In tne matter of voting on tho presidential nominee they are requested by res olutions adopted to use all honorable means to bring about tho rcnomlna tion of President Taft. Huntington, W. Vn., May 18. The Republican state convention, which met here Thursday, with scarcely a dissenting vote selected six delegates at large to tho Chicago national convention and Instructed them to vote for the nomination of Tbeodoro Roose velt. Gov. William E. Glasscock heads the list of delegates at large. Minneapolis, Minn., May 18. Tho Minnesota state Republican conven tion of Thursday Indorsed tho candidacy of Theodore Roosevelt for president. I. A. Caswell won the fight for national committeeman. Tho principal fight In the convention was over the report of the committee on resolutions. The Roosevelt people Insisted on bringing Roosevelt resolutions and La Kollette men insisted on recognition of their resolutions. The Roosevelt people were in tho majority and won out. Bay City, Mich., May 17. Champ Clark will have 22 of the 30 Michigan delegatea to tho Democratic national convention and Woodrow Wilson the other eight. It when the delegation reaches Baltimore It should decide to vote as a unit, Clark wilt have alL San Francisco, May 17. Returns from Tuesday's state presidential preference primary show champ Clark lead Woodrow Wilson by probably Theodore Roosevelt carried the state by from 60,000 to 65,000. Provo, Utah, May 17. Tho Repub lican state convention here named eight delegates to Chicago and In structed them for Taft, Tho conven tion gave tho Taft administration a warm Indorsement. Columbia, 8. C, May 17. The stato Democratic convention decided Wednesday to send Its 18 delegates to Baltitnoro uninstructcd. 20,000. IOWA IS FOR CLARK Kentucky State Fair Making Arrange ments For Fair to be Held at Louisville Sept. 9th to 14th Inclusive. porarily sojourning. In contradiction of tbcio statements representatives of ttio Thaw family denied tho paternity f the child and even questioned Its existence. DIRECT In Absence New York, May 18. Close friends of Mrs. Evelyn Nesblt Thaw announce that she Is the mothrr of a nineteen-month- s boy baby. The baby Is said to have been born near Hamburg, Germany, where the nvother was tem- VOTE BILL SIGNED Signa- of Chief Executive Sherman Affixed ture to Meature. Washington, May 16, In the absence of the president, Sherman signed the resolution submitting to the states an amendment to the Constitution providing for the election of United States senators by popular vote. It will nuw be sent to the state department, uryl from tbero notice of the resolution will be sent to all tho states. Confesses to Paris Police. 17. Mme. Vulllernln. the companion of Octavo Qarnlcr, made a complete confession to tho po lice and laid bare all of the secrets of the terriblo auto band which, within five months, has committed twenty-thre- e murders, secured t: fortune In money and Jewels and heU Paris and Its environs In a state of seral slego. Paris, May city. Leapt From Ferry to Death. New York, May 18. A well dressed man of foreign appearance Jumped to A woman In Philadelphia broko the his death Thursday from the upper record by obtaining a license to marry deck of a Uickawanna railroad ferrythree minutes after her dlvorco bad boat In tho North river. act been grnntod. Compared to this, Phil caused great excitement on His boat. tho Adelohla la even swifter than Jleno. statistician telle us that only ono song out of nlncty-tlvbecomes popular. Judging from the popular songs we bavo heard, tho worst song of the nlnety-flvis selected. A military authority tells us that Washington could be captured easily by a foreign foe. He docs not realize that myriads of ofllco seekers would arise to defend their chosen city. A o e Only 3,000,000 Bushels Left. Big Road Reform In Kansas. Italians Refuse Woman's Suffrage. Duluth, Minn., .May 18. Of the 15.- Junction City, Knn., May 17 Three Rome, May 18. Tho Italian cham000,000 bushelB of bonded Canadian ber of deputies defeated tha woman hundred citizens from every wulk of grain handled by local elevators this suffrage bill by nn overwhelming vote life, by working alt dny Wednesday, spring, tbvro are only 3,000,000 bush- here Thursday. Premier Glollttl op- turned 100 miles of bad hlghwuys Into els left. This meatiH that tho business posed tho measure, as did muny oth 100 miles of good roads. The women In Canadian grain Is well cleaned up. ers on tho floor. served dinner to tho workers. Butt's Name Off Army Roll, Washington. May 18. Tho name of MaJ, Archibald W. Dutf. President Tail's aid, who went down with tho Titanic, bh formally dropped from tho I'nltcd States army roll on last Thursday, Wednesday, notifying her that her husband wns dying. Mexico Rebel Leader Dying. El Paso, Tox., May 17. Mrs. Inex Sulazar, wlfo of General Halazar, with Orozco's army south of Chlhua hua, received n telegram from Jirnl-ne- t from all Infirmities. We need not describe eternal life; but It Is desirable, glorious and necessary. You cannot take a sln slck, ruined soul out of this world and Inhabit heaven with It In the next. You cannot. There Is no such thing after death as a spiritual revolution. God would have to shut you In. The gloBaaaaaaaW . ataaamwBaaaaaaaaa. ries of heaven would mean nothing to you, tho songs of heaven would bo torture to you, and heaven Itself a crpetual torment. So, berause eternal life Is so desirable and Is the free gift of God, through Jesus Christ our Lord, the question Is pertinent. "Wilt thou be made whole?" Tho conditions upon which you are mode whole, of passing from death unto life, are knowN-dce- , repentance, belief, obedience. They are so easy that we make them hard and miss the blessing because we do not accept them In their simplicity. Kternal life liatv JBaaaaaatvr BBBBBBBJbk?. In such a case Is not a gift that we Jtar KBBftujisaaaai cannot havo hut that we will not have. Let us nover forget two outstanding things about sin: 1. It defiles. Bin is not manly, nnd ever since the dny when tho devil beguiled Adam and Kvo tho trail of tho serpent has sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbIbbW. wound Its way through human nature bV'Ibbbbbb! nnd through human history, leaving defilement In Its wake. 2. Sin de stroys. This Is an doctrine but as truo as It Is old. In spltn of all that men may say, or hope, or BMttamfjMSjjSfaV"v. ttn. .taatatsm do, the wages of sin Is death. Therefore, again the question ia pertinent, J. L. DENT, Wilt thou be mado whole? Secretary Kentucky State Fair. This old tlmo story Is n parable nnd a promise, for Jesus Chrlot still waits Board of Agriculturo and Is eminent- to bo gracious. ly fitted to fill this position. Ho has Kvcry place of need may bo a Be-been In close touch with tho State thesda, and Just where you are Jesua Fair matters, having been a member stands opposite your need snylng, of the Statu Board for three years, Wilt thou be mado wholo?" By ev and was also Secretary of tho Gray, ery possible way he Is pleading. "O son County Fair for a number ol Israel, thou has destroyed thyself, but years. In me Is thy help." Thousands of Mr. Dent followed farming for somo pcoplo of every age and clime havo time, but for the past few years has found relief, healing and salvation Just been with tho Federal Chemical Com- as the man at the pool found It thut pany. With tho knowlcdgo of tho day by simple trust. farming Interests throughout tho Wilt thou bo mado wholof Thnt state and his largo circle of acquain- Is the question. How often Jesus hna tance, combined with his energy and had to Bay, "Ye will not como unto strong personality, ho assumes the du- me that ye might have life." What n ties of secretaryship of tho Kentucky tragedy when a soul turns away from Stato Fair with every promise of a him and goes out Into darkness, de very successful administration. spair and death. You enn refuse Bids on concessions for tho 1912 Christ, but how can you? Stato Fair nre coming In early. Somo Lot the story teach us throe things: of tho best free attractions tho coun- Tho need of prompt i response to try affords havo been secured, and at Christ's words, no thought of fnllura this tlmo tho prospects for a bigger In tho future, and continuous use of and better Fair than ever are tho very tho strength which Christ gives. "Seek best, for tho Kentucky State Fair ot ye tbo Lord wbllo ho may bo found; 1912. which will bn held Sept. 9th to call ye upon him while ho Is near; Hth Inclusive. let tho wicked forrako his way and the unrighteous mnn his thoughts: and let him return unto tho Lord nnd To Hold Over Until June 10. ho will bavo mercy upon Mm: and to Frankfort, Ky. Tho employes of our God for bo will abundantly par tho State Capitol, appointed by tho don." Capitol Commission of tho last ad ministration, will servo until June 10, Tho Clreot Physician now It near. when a new list of appointments will Tim sympathizing Jcaus." 'Man of florrnus. what a nnmo be mude. The Capitol Commission Bon of God vtlin met Tuekday, to oluct an euglueer for For the alnnrrs to reclulm.cum a. Ruined tbo Capitol Hulldlnj;. Uiillvlujahl What a fJavlort"' Louisville. Ky. Mr. J. U Dent, the recently elected Secretary of the Kentucky State Fair, Is a resident of I.eltchlleld, Ky. Ho was elected to the position In January by the State conscious of hit condition, arousing bis desire, calling forth tho . confession of need, nnd nssurlng him or (ho possibility of hcnllng. Thut the Great Physician constantly dealt with souls, to convince sinners of their need of healing and to teach Christians that thevr nro still defects In their own lives. In the one case fc!i-ur- n of faith prevents henllng; In lb other, lack of submission prevent wholeness. Tho study of the Impotent man It Interesting from every point of view; nnd the place at which the healing occurred Is significant Bcthetda, meaning house of mercy. The waters of the pool had certain curative properties, but the man of the atory wnt In such a plight that he had no friends to put him Into the pool when the water was troubled. It requires no strength of the Imagination to suppose that hit reply to Jesus not only was full of pathos, but also full of a great longing, for notice the quick response nnd the great result: "Jesus sutth unto him rise, take up thy bed, and walk. And Immediately the man was made whole, nml took up hip bed and walked." The main point of the atory Is In v. H: "Verily, verily, I say unto you, he that heurcth my word, and belleveth on him that sent me, hath everlasting life, and shall not come Into condemnation; but Is passed from death unto life." This It really the gospel In a sentence, for the supreme purpose of Jesus was to give Ufa and to heal us . rWl j May 23, 1912. THE CITIZEN. 'EACHERS I.oiilsvllIe. QET RAISCi. Page Three.DENMARK'S NEW RULER - LAWSON GETS FROM OLD KENTUCKY Lagrange. John Iluasell, 73, wti seriously Injured when ho fell down tho Htcpa at tho Lagrange drug store, Maryavllle. L. T, Gocbko Is con- DEATH SENTENCE NEGRO CHARGED WITH MURDER AT OHELDYVILLE 10 CONVICTED ON SHORT NOTICE. Children and teachers In the Ioulsvlllo public schools wilt benefit alike as the result ot decisions reached by tho board of educaTho tion nt Its monthly meeting. teachers will receive an Increase In salary, and tho children will bo enriched by coming Inio possession of a playground, properly equipped and su- templating 'he erection of a loose leaf tobacco warehouse on his property. LLLw VICE IS CAUSE OF INEBRIETY MISSIONARY SOCIETY SESSION Harrodsburg Entertain the Second Annual Meeting of the Women' Intereitlng Missionary Society Talks Are Delivered. Shelbyvllle. "in' ia h ' Within thirty minute after Commonwealth's Attorney 8an-for- d hnil concluded IiIh argument In the trial of Tom t.nwson, charged with the murder of llanlln Ingram, n young whltu man, at Waddy, the Jury I in poiieil On the it death sentence.. llrnt ballot till of the Jurors wero agreed for conviction, and on the to dcterinlno the degree of eleven voted for death and On the on for !lt Imprisonment. third ballot n unanimous verdict was renchrd. Luwoon's attorneys will appeal the case,, the principal ground tor their contention being that one of the Jurors, Hurry Gaines, had previously expressed an opinion that the defendant dcrervrd the death penalty. An nltlduvlt to thin effect wan filed at the conclusion of tho testimony, and n motion mado to discharge the Jury, which was overruled by the court. The trials of Tom Martin, alias "Hud I)lc!(erion," and Warren Wade, under Indictment for the same crime, wera set for henrlng recently, but tho probability Is that one or both will At this time It would be continued. be almost Impossible to secure a Jury a to try either without summoning Tho vrnlro from another county. precautious taken by Judge Marshall In placing guards at the Ja uverted the danger of a mob. which there was reason to apprehend, nod the night passed without disturbance, l.uwson and Marlln were both returned to the Louliuille Jail for safekeeping. sec-on- street and pervised, at Twonty-fourtUpon a recomPortland avenue. mendation of tho finance committee, presented by Victor Knglehard, chairman, tho board voted an Increase of $5 per month, 10 months In the year, on tho salaries of all teachers now receiving loss than $75 per month. This Increaso will affect C67 teachers and will represent a yearly expenditure of $28,000. In making the recommendation, Mr. Knglchnrd satd the teachers In Loulsvilla schools nro of great merit, and the average of tho teaching force Is well up to the general averngo In other cities, yet salaries In Louisville are tower thau In any other city of the sumo size. It was also announced that there has been no general rnle In tho salaries of teachers for soveral years, while the cost of living has materially increased. "The effect of this action can only be to reduce tho fund available next year for Improvements, but I know ot no other department of tho school moro In need of Improvement many of our teachers receive HO per month, whereas the huiiw grado of teacher In other cities Is well paid," said Mr. Knglehard. DREAD MUST BE WRAPPED. Harboursvllle. The controversy over Clay county's new Jail building has been settled, a SI, Louis firm having been awarded the contract One of Effect of Excettlv Uss of Alcohol I Los of Analogous to Insanity. Self-Contr- Horse Cave. Thero will bo a bounteous supply of fruit In Hart county this season, although previously fruit wait reported killed. Howling logs. Carllsle.--Thnow passenger depot & Nashville road of thn Louisville hern Is Hearing completion and will probably be ready to open to the public In two weeks. e Green. Vernon Marshall, of Greenwood, suffered it double frac-tur- n of his right leg while loading Lancaster. Dr. It. IL Crossfleld, president of tho Transylvania University, will preach tho baccalaureate sermon to the graduates of the Stanford high school. Lancaster. Garrard growers report their tobacco plants In excellent condition mid tho farmers believe that another fortnight will find them large enough to transplant. Howling Green. James Williams, county, while of Pagevllle, Harren bringing cattle to Howling Green, had two bones In the left leg broken Just below tho knee. West Point. Mrrf. Fannie Withers was stricken with paralyBls and Is unconscious. As this Is the second stroke site has had her physicians entertain no hope of her recovery. Howling Green. Mrs. Clara Eliza-belStiff who conducts a general merchandise store on Main street, mado an assignment to her brother-in-law- , J. Preston Stiff. li Plncvll e. In the future all ordinary loaves nnd bakers' bread offered for salo In Hell countv must bo separately wrapped In clean parafflne paper specially prepared for that purpose. Tho county board of health of Hell county In a recent order snys In part: "When the bread Is taken fresh from the oven each loaf of bread to be completely and securely wrapped and sealed in n clean para-fllno arW tBL H m. X Jmi evBc-ll2 'vBB3 KING CHRISTIAN X. paper prepared for that purpose, so that In the ufter handling thu hands or soil ot any kind will not come In direct contact with the bread. When bread Is to bo shipped, such bread must be packed In a nnd HUfliclently strong basket, box or barrel, must bo lined with a fresh, clean paper. Thlso will Insure the consumer (an Innocent child or babe) of having brend delivered to him as a clean, wholesome, sanitary food." STATE RED MEN'S COUNCIL. PRINCE CHRISTIAN PROCLAIMED KING parts of tho world poured In here Those that came after the departur of the Danish royal party were for warded to Copenhagen. The queen mother nnd her children will accompany tho remains to Copenhagen on the Dannebrog. Troops Act as Escort. Frederick's body was convoyed from the Hamburg Hot hotel to the railway station with full military honors. A company ot the Seventh Imperial German Infantry had been provided for an escort and the soldiers were accompanied by the regimental band. The troops carried cased colors of the regiment In honor of the dead. The streets were lined with solid masses of humanity. Many stood with bowed heads as the cortege passed. Flags upon all the buildings In the MISSIONARY SOCIETY. Harrodsburg. Interest was manifest! d In tho second annual meeting of the Women's Mlssoonury Society of tho Kentucky t'onference recently held here. Mrs. James II. tipllman, of llarrodsburg, president of tho organization, opened the session. Tho address of welcome was delivered by Mr. I). M. Hutton and tho response by Mrs. W. It. (larnutt, after which the communion was administered by Presiding Elder W, K. Arnold, by tho Hov. J. I'. Strother, of Danville. There were three sessions daily, the reports of the various secretaries having beou most encourag- Lawrenceburg. Lillian Thomas ha filed suit In the Anderson circuit court for $5,1)00 against J. II. Martin, alleging breach of promise. Doth Officially Made Ruler of Denmark parties are well known In the southBy Cabinet Council. ern end of the county. Minerva. The Minerva high school commencement exercises will be held lu the Haptlst church at Minerva, this county. Prof. T. J. Coates, of Frankfort, stnte supervisor ot rural schools, will deliver the address. Maysvllle. H. GREAT BRITAIN Flag IN MOURNING Half-Ma- tt Throughout Europe Are at Hamburg. i gating the circumstances surrounding the burning of a bam belonging to himself last February. One of the persons whom Lancaster Is alleged to havo threatened was Sidney Offutt, who carried the Insurance on tho burned barn. When Lancaster met Offutt ho Is alleged to havo slapped one band on hi hip pocket as if to draw u weapon. This led to tho of an order for Lancaster's arrest. When Deputy Sheriff Mllllgau Howling Green. The local Red Men royally entertained the Great Council of lied Men of the state, which held a three-dasession In this town. Resides a banquet the visitors were entertained with a steamboat trip down Harren HIver and on automobile drives to points of Interest In this county. A big crowd was in tho city for the occasion. The Knights of Pythias held a district ing. Mrs, Hume Steele, of Nashville, meeting In this city soon after the manager of the central division of tho lied Men, which was participated In Women's Missionary Council, spoke by all of tho lodges In this section Tho of the state. on "Our Forward Movement," A degree team from ltev, II. C Morrison, president of Oweusboro conferred thn amplified College, Wllmore, conducted the work on about 200 candidates. A last service. His address, "The World number of children from the K. and Tour of Kvangellsm," was forceful. In- P. Widows nnd Orphans' Homo at teresting and Instructing About 100 Lexington were entertained at the representative women from all over apera house. the dUtrlct covered by the Kentucky Conference are here as delegats mid PHYSICIANS IN SESSION. visitors. Th officers aro as follows: 1'resldent, Mrs. James II. Spilman, annual llarrodsburg; Paducah. Tho first vice president, Mrs. A. S. Host. Mlllersburg; second meeting of tho Southwestern Kenvice prekldent. Miss Maud Haiti, Lex- tucky Medical Association was held ington; third vice president, Mrs, II. In tho council chamber In Paducah. A II. lowry, Nlchnlasvllle; fourth vice line program was delivered and prospresident, Mrs. J. II. Slstrunk, Lexing- pects for a big attendance. Drs. Cur-raPope nnd Milton Hoard, of Louiston. ville read papers. Tho officers of the association are: President, Dr. W. G. PLACED UNDER BOND. Klnf&lvlng; first vice president, Dr. O. W. Payne; second vice president. Georgetown. Jeff Lancaster was Dr. Q. L. Shelton; secretary, Dr. II. placed under a peace bond of J10.000 G. Reynolds; treasurer, Dr. Vernon by Circuit Judge It. L. Stout. Lancas- Illythe; historian, Dr. II. T Mocker. ter Is alleged to have attempted to to Intimidate witnesses summoned CASHIER RESIGNS. appear before the grand Jury Investiy forty-second n In Memory of Danish Monarch, Who Succumb In granted a divorce from Emma Williams In the Mason circuit court. Ily order of the court all of their holdings were divided according to possession bvtoro marriage. Clovcrport. exerCommencement cises ot tho Cloverport high school will bo held at tho M. E. church May 1C. There are four graudates, Miss Dolly Hurke, Randall Woatherhalt, Mike Tucker and Addis Kramer. Georgetown. The Hev. O. M. Huey has accepted the pastorate of the Hap-tls- f church at Great Crossings, this county. Hcsldes his pastoral work, Mr. Huey will do field work for the Georgetown College, from which he was graduated several years ago. II. Williams was Copenhagen, May 17. Crown Prince Christian was officially proclaimby the cabed king of Denmark inet council at Copenhagen Wednesday upon the receipt of the news of the death ot his father. Frederick VIII. The body will lie In state in tne chapel of Cbrlstlanborg palace at Copenhagen. The funeral will take place on May 24, the services being conducted In the cathedral at lioskllde, white Is 19 miles from Copenhagen. The cathedral contains the tombs of moit of the Danish kings. Warship Escort Body. Hamburg, Germany, May 17. Accompanied by Dowager Queen Louise and three of her children, the body ot King Frederick VIII. of Denmark, who dropped dead In the street here Tuesday night, was shipped for Lubec on Tho bea special funeral train. reaved queen was prostrated with grief and was under tho care of two physicians. The entire royal suite was In mourning and showed evidences of deepest grief. The threo royal children who accompanied the queen were Prince Gus-laand Princesses Tagmar and Thyra. over the They were Inconsolable death of their father and Insisted that tho private coach In which the coffin was carried should be strewn with shite roses. Warship Acts a Escort. From Lubec the body was carried which Is nlno miles lo Travemundo. oorth of that city on Neustadt bay. Thero It was taken on board tho Danish ship Dannebrog, which, convoyed by a Danish warship, will carry the remains ot the late monarch to Copenhagen. The coffin containing tho royal body was carried from the Hamburger Hot hotel to tho railway station early In tbo day as the train was scheduled to leave at 9 o'clock. The hotel was Irapod In black and at a very early hour a crowd of curious bad gathered to see the cortege leave for the railway itatlon. The memborB of the royal family and tho suite were conveyed In closed carriages. Dowager Queen Louise was dressed entirely In black and held a handkerchief to her face. Telegrams of condolence from all v city "were Horse Cave. Commencement exercises nt the Horse Cave graded and country high school were held on May Professor Green, of the Western State Normal, delivered the address. Tho llev. J. M. Hruce ot this placo preached the baccalaureate sermon. 11-1- Corcult court convened vith Judge James M. Honton of Winchester presiding. Tho only homlcldo cases docketed are: Tyco Shelton, charged with killing Mrs. Pigs, and William Williams, a United States mnll carrier, of Uerea, charged with killing his boy, by whipping. Hlchmond. Horso Cave. Messrs C. Y, White, of Cave City ssd W. V. Hell and Henry Altshelc?. of Horso Cave, were appointed a committee by the Horse Cave Loose Leaf Warehouse to inspect the various loose leaf warehouses at Lexington, with n view to building the now warehouse here. Georgetown. MayBVtlle. than 15 years cashier ot the First National Hank ot this city, has resigned. J. K. Tholkold, assistant cashier, was mado temporary cashier. Through tho efforts ot Mr. Hall tho bank erected tho finest bank and office building In this part ot tho stato at n cost ot J 80.000. Ho Is still the secretary ot tho Union Trust company. W. W. Hall sr., for moro 3 h. .Fleming and Detective Quluco Stock-deattempted to make the arrest on ll 1 'r Courthouso Squaro Lancaster violently resisted, tho grand Jury and circuit Judge witnessing It. Tho wholo community Is wrought up over this Affair. Stuto Flro Marshall Itosworth Jb said to have had tho burning of Lancaster's barn under Investigation. FRENCH SYNDICATE BUYER. Tho May term of the court of Scott county cow vened with Judge Robert Lee Stout ACCEPTS MANAGERSHIP. on tho bench. Tho following grand Georgetown. F. J. Gorham, of Jury was chosen: Frank Nuunelley, Loulsvlllo, has accepted the manage- Lew Shirley, T. D. Morgan, W. M. Shelton, J. J. Latham, J. S. Wilmot, ment of the East Tennessee company In Georgetown, suc- Victor Force, Georgo Hreen, Joo L. ceeding 11. II. Floyd, who has beon Crenshaw, D. II. Oldham and W. It. Trowbridge. transferred to Paris. circuit Tele-phono r 8YNDICATE BUYS MINE. A French ayndlcato Madlsonville. has made a cash payment on 1,000 acres of coal land In tho Ileulah fields, (his county. It la stated that u deal has been closed and another jiaymeut will bo mado on 4,000 moro acres. It tho mine Is opened, It will this county. It Is stated that a deal has been closed and another pay. ment will bo mado on 4,000 moro acres at once. It tho rulno Is opnecessitate a railroad to tap the re- ened It will necessitate a railroad gion. The Midland railroad, It Is to tap tho region. The Midland railBald, may be extended from Central road, It is said, may bo extended City, passing through here to Provl-denc- from Central City, passing through Tho railroad hero to Providence aud Dawson. Tho and Dawson. proposition Is being canvassed. proposition Is bolus cauvassed. o A Fronch syndlcato Madlsonville. has mado u cash payment on 1,000 acres of land In tho Ileulah fields, Howling Green. The Warrea Hit by 11,000 Volts; Lives. county fiscal court made an approprit. New York, May 17. Samuol $1,500 for tho Jackson-Daviation of a porter connected with Huffalo highway, In tho ltocklleld neighborhood, en condition tho citizens would Bill's Wild West company, wob walkralso $900, making 12,4.00, to com- ing on top of one of tho animal cars n the Mount Vernon freight yard plete two miles ot road. when his head came In contact with Uarbour8vllle. Construction work ino of the toed wires which furnish was on Harbouravlllo'a new high school :ho electricity for trains. There hurl-tbuilding will begin within the next I blinding flash and Ehrhardt wa from the car to the road bod. Elevnonth. Tho building will be a three-storbrick and will bo completed by en thousand volts had struck him. He tho end of the present year at u cost was taken to tho Mount Vernon ot about $20,000. Ehr-Jards d .The king's body bad been Inclosed in a coffin of steel and oak, In keeping with the simplicity ot his life. King Frederick VIII., accompanied by Queen Louise and their aides and attendants, was on his way to the where physicians had advised him to go to recuporate from the effects ot a severe attack ot Influenza and Incipient pneumonia, of which he was recently the victim. A long motor ride through the damp air Is believed to have brought on a relapse, and his Insistence on walking through the streets In the chill night ot bis atair, despite tendants. Is thought to have aggravated his condition. Queen Louise Hysterical. When Queen Louise was Informed that tho body ot a man of rank, richly dressed, bad been found near the water front she became hysterical and, with a strange premonition of evil, declared that it was the king. No description of tho body had been given and members ot the suite ridiculed the Idea that the body found almost at the entrance ot the docks was that ot their sovereign. The body had been carried to a pub. 11c hospital ward, and after Mo was declared extinct a search revealed documents Identifying It as that of Count Kronberg. This, although the local authorities did not know It, was one of the king's titles and was adopted by him as an Incognito. Tho Instant that the queen entered tho barely furnished ward sho recognized the corpse as that ot her and In a paroxysm of grief threw herself across the cot on which the body lay. Physicians hastened to her side and she was led, sobbing, from the room. Restoratives wero applied and when she became more calm she ordered that the body be removed to tho Hamburg Hot hotel with all possible dis- tbe rnsult ot deliberate, Intentional patch. violation of law. They are partly the Great Britain In Mourning. bad result ot Ignorance, London, May 17. Flags on all pub- Inheritance and almost Irresistible solic buildings nnd government offices cial forces. Society has tried for In memory of the many years the experiment of curing t aro at king ot Denmark. This Is the second sin by punishing It. It Is high time time this year the Hrltlsh court has that society tried the experiment of been plunged Into mourning, and the curing crime by removing tho causes social season, now- - In full swing, will which produce It nnd by treating tbe bo seriously affected. criminal as a diseased or Insane person, to be sent to a hospital for remedial measures. Urge Woman Be Beatified. "We can put our whole philosophy St. Louis, May 17. Tho tnadames of on this subject In a sentence, thus: It comrals-sroue(icred Heart convent have should be the object of society, not Thvophlle Papln, Jr., of 37CS to fit' the punlohment to tho offense, LIudell boulevard to go to Rome (o but to the offender. Or, In another present tho testimony of certain mem- sentence, thus: Tho object of all punbers of old families here before tho ishment Bhould bo curative, not punicommission ot Kev. Mother Duchesne, tive; its object should bo to punish founder of the Sacred Heart order In crime only thut It may euro crime, America. first In tho Individual, next In society. This commission ot cardinals' con"Thore Is no offense to which thla sideration ot the beatification ot Moth- prlnciplo can ba and should be more er Duchesne Is tho second step In the Immediate.' and constantly applied long prccoss la canonization. a, bus-banhalf-masd at half-mas- t. In an article on "Inebriety," published In the Outlook, tbo writer has this to say: "Inebriety, though a disease, has been produced by vice and lead to crime. "The appetite and passions should be under tbo control of the will, and o guided and directed by tho reason as to promote physical, mental and morn) health. When they are not thus under tho control of tho will nnd are not thus guided by the reason, the result Is Intemperance. Thero may be an Intemperato eating, as well as an Intemporate drinking; an Intemperate use of coffee, as well as an Intemperate use of beer or wine. Such yielding to tho appetites, such allowing ot them to escape from the control of tbe will and the reason. Is a vice. Aluttony Is as truly a vice as drunkenness, though not a vice which produces anything like as seriously injurious results either to the Individual or to society. Gluttony Is a sin and the glutton Is a sinner. He Is not to pity himself as a victim, but to condemn himself as a sinner. This is the first step toward reform. So drunkenness Is a sin and tho drunkard Is a sinner. Ho also Is not to pity himself as a victim, but to condemn himself as a sinner. This In his cnno, as In the case of the glutton, Is tho first step, and an Indispensable step, toward real reform. "Hut while Intemperanco In all Its forms Is a sin, tbo disease which It produces la not a sin. Gluttony may produce dyspepsia; dyspepsia Is not a sin, though It may bo a result ot sin. Excessive drinking of tea may, and often does, produce serious nervous disease; nervous disease Is not a sin, though It may be a result of sin. Excessive drinking ot alcohol produces a disease known as Inebriety; that disease Is not a sin, although it Is always a result of sin. One of the effects of this disease Is a loss ot Ho who Is afflicted with this In Its most serious form Is as unable to control his appetites as a man at- -' dieted with locomotor ataxia Is to control bis muscles. To put a man aflltctcd with this disease In Jail until he has recovered from the Immediate Intoxication, and then send him out again Into temptations which bo Is powerless to resist, 1b Inexcusable folly. If a nan has brought Insanity upon himself by vice, we do not punish the Insanity. We set ourselves to cure It. Inebriety Is, In this respect, analogous to Insanity. It Is not t be punished; it Is to be cured. .This Is none the less true because Inebrl-c- y Is almost always, as Insanity is frequently, the result of vice. Society should distinguish betweon these) three vice, disease, crime which It often confounds. Tbe remedy for the vice of Intemperance Is largely moral and Intellectual, or, in the broad sense of the term, character building. The remedy for the disease which that vice produces Is partly moral and partly physical. For the crimes Into which tbe vice often leads the Intemperate person, society must. In provide somo form of punishment. "Hut. In our Judgment, punishment, whether for the vice which produce the disease or for the crime which follows, should always be reformatory, not vindictive. In Its character. Tbe distinction between sin and disease Is not easy to draw. Jesus Christ habitually treated sin as a disease which he had come to cure. When he waa condemned for associating with publicans and sinners, he replied that they which were whole needed not a physician, but they which were sick. It has been well said that. It drunkenness produces poverty. It 1b equally true that poverty produces drunkenHow far ho boy who has ness. grown up In a family where there I no control of the appetites, who ba inherited from tho father and mother a diseased appetite, who lives In an atmosphere which Intensifies the craving for stimulants, whose Inadequate or Improper food further Intensifies that craving how far he Is a guilty person to be punished, how far a diseased person to be cured. Is a question to which no definite and final answer can be given. "Wha. Is true ot drunkenness la true of other sins. They aro partly self-contr- Page Four. HIE CITIZEN. May 23, 1912. Prof. Lewis' bird study clnss en- at tho Truitco's of flee In Hyden. Aljoyed nn early morning trnmp last so further Information may bo securHnturdny to Hear Knob to form a ed from Mr. J. A. Burgess, of Berea, o better acquaintance with tho early Ky. Bidden will understand that o morning songsters. Tho wnlk out work must begin on construction as y o there furnished excellent nppetltes soon as decision Is mado by tho Trus NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A o for tho breakfast which was heartily tee. VARIETY OF SOURCES enjoyed. Dr. W. K. Ray, Trustee o Tho young ladles of Utile Dulco Lit t erary Society gladly accepted nn In- RECITAL BY MUSICJJEPARTMENT PKRFUMKRY, SOAP, SYRINGES, BRUSHES, COMBS, FOR SALE: A fine milk cow. Call vitation from Dr. nnd Mrs. II. II. WATCHES, CLOCKS AND The Public Recital given by tho nt Pres. Frost's residence. Roberts to meet nt their homo and 'Music Department, Tuesday evening, Handle The and Best Goods Prof, Scale talked upon tho "High glvo their program, Friday evening. was nn event which showed better Call" in tho Y. M. C. A. Sunday even- A part of tho program was given on ttinn words can express tho careful ing. He cmphnslred tho duty of a tho lawn which was beautifully dec OITV IMIONK IA3 nnd painstaking work done by thu orated for tho occasion but on ac- teachers of Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. man to Boclety as n wholo nnd showthat department. ed that one of tho best ways to fill count of tho chilliness of tho wenther Speclnl mention Is deserved by PHONE 64. this new rail to Hoclnl service Is it was finished within doors. those who performed on tho Cabinet DAN H. BRECK ns General Secretary of the Y, M. U. Mr. Elmer Gabbard returned, Thurs orgnti. Great credit Is due Miss ThurB-to- n Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock A. day, from Syracuse, N. Y wliero he for tho development of this lino INSUKANth The following students of the K. represented Kentucky In the Eastern of work. Many of tho piano students the Interstato Oratorical Contest, May 1 1. showed strength nnd fine artistic K. S. N. nt Richmond visited Will sign your bond. Richmond, Ky. various departments of the college Eight of tho nlno states wero repres- temperament. Tho vocal numbers Phone 505 Monday: Tho Misses Mulloy, Holmes ented and every man did well. Mr. wore nlso much appreciated. and Estridgo and the Messrs. Nnplcr Gnbbard tied with the man from If thego recitals could occur oftener, and Skinner. Pennsylvania for 6th place. On the It would be n benefit to the Music FOR House cleaning la now In full blast wny to SynicusQ he spent tho Sab- I apartment nnd would nlso bo apATTORNEY AT LAW and don't forget tho new furnishings bath with friends In Brooklyn, N. Y. preciated by tho public. Will practice in Madison and at Welch's. In addition to the advantages of getting the very best grade 01 Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Taylor nro adjoining counties. SENIOR GLASS ENTERTAINED visited this week by Mrs. WalMr. A. D. Greenlee of Philadelphia, goods in our line at a reasonable price, we are in a position to ter Beans and little son of Denver, I nflfiep in Berea National Bank Penn., brother to Miss Eolls Green Tho senior clnss of '12 were cnter-- 1 show you how to obtain a handsome set or "ROGERS' SIL. lee of the Collegiate Department, who Colo. 'Mrs. Beans is the wife of Mrs. tnlncd nt dinner, Tuesday evening, at giving lec Taylor's brother, who Is Treasurer has been thru the south the regular price. .'. .'. VERWARE" at about one-thirafter the homo of Prof. Robertson N. TIME TABLE. L. tures on Scientific Agriculture fur of tho Daniels Dept. Store nt Den- which tho entlro College department North Bound Local tho U. S. Government, entertained n ver. enjoyed nn hour on tho Professor's 7:00 a. m. 10:56 p. m. Knoiyllle AND breakfast The Citizen Is In receipt of a lawn. Prof. Itnlnn recited. Prnf. llnli. m. number of friends nt 3:62 a. 1:01 p. m. BEREA at Boono Tavern, Sunday, ihoas letter from the Cincinnati Commer-icrtso- n 7:45 a. m. read nn nt.l letter uhleh 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati present were tho Misses Sarah Cocks, clnt Association thanking tho people rius M. Clay hnd South Bound Local written Mr. Fee be- and Eolls Greeulee 8:15 p. m. Bessie DeBord 6:30 a- - m. Cincinnati Dwlght Scoles nnd the Messrs 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. in. BEREA E. C McDouglo, of Richmond, PresiProf. Calfeo . and R. F. Sellers. Mr. Greenlee 6:6 a. p. m. :65 Knoxvlll returned to Philadelphia, Monday. dent; Chns. D. Iewl, Berea, Mr. Taylor Express Train and J. W. Ireland, StanMiss Isabella Wilson of Illinois, Stop to take on and let off pawen-l- ri ford, Secrotnry. Both (As) clntlous Imrlo or from who has been teaching nt Saluda, N. from beyond Dayton, O., will meet nt the same tlmo In FrankMr. Liven good C, for the past year, Is visiting until Atlanta and beyond. fort, at the call of thu Stato SuperMr. Smith after Commencement with Miss Nina South Bound intendent during next May. Clork of Course Geo. Ilaldano King. 1:00 a. m. Cincinnati Such meetings ns this nro of great Announcer Waldo Davison 11M4 a. m. Mr. W. A. Adams who had an oper UEREA value to tho schools of our statu. Tho Recorder Cnrter H. Robinson appendicitis last week will ation for North Bound time tins passed when each school Scorer Grant Huff. soon be ablo to be out ngaln. 4:46 p. m. BEREA and each county goes It alone, with 8:37 p. m. MORNING KVKNTS Cincinnati Mr. Wni. Jones returned home from no thought of growing by associa9:0050 ynrd dash Cincinnati last Saturday night where tion with other schools aud school 9:00 High Jump employed for the past ho has been :: :: :: Seed com at Welch's. people. Cooicratlon ami progress aro 9:15 Ono 'Mile Hun a collego few months. Mr. Jones has been sick (Miss Martha Sproule, tno wntch words nil over the stato, 9:15 Polo Vault craduato of last year, arrived last since he returned but Is now aud It will not be flvo years until 9:30 Broad Jump week for a visit with her sister, Fran Kentucky will bo well out of her ynrd dash 9:45100 Mr. Itichard Howard entertained ces, and friends. place In tho rear of tho educational 10:00 Half Mile Run Quito a number of the students tho B. K. debating team at a birthnrmy . 10:00 Hammer Throw uf were in Richmond, Friday and Satur- day dinner given at the home 'When we cannot look forward or 10:15110 Yard Run day, taking the County examination. Presldont Frost last Friday evening. bnckword, wu can look upward." 10:30 Double Hop and Jump was The members of tho team are the Dr. G. 11. Sandlln of Richmond 10:30 Discus Throw Tho heights by great men reached Harrold brothers and Mr. Itltter. in Berea, Friday. 10: t5 220 Yard Dash Conway visited aud kept, Mr. Jim Hayes of The Academy baseball team won 11:00 Shot Put last over the Model Schools ID to 0 In a Wero not attained by sudden flight. his brother, Mr. Oscar Hayes, 11:20 Relay Race But they while their companions Saturday. game played oa tho Athletic field, 11:45220 Yard Hurdles slept Mr. Marshall Vaughn who has been Saturday afternoon. Thus far the 11:45 Standing llroad Jump Wero tolling upward In tho night. spending several weeks with his Academy team Is undefeated and AFTBRNOON Longfellow. parents near Berea left for Dyers-burhas beaten every team of the school. Ilaseball Game iietween tho College Tcun., Sunday. Mr. Vaughn "Overcome all things; first of all nnd Academy at 2:00 o'clock. Dock Gilbert, who has been work- at will attend the Summer School thywif," Itig at the Sanitarium at Battle Creek, Admission 15 cents Knoxvillo this summer. he will be employ R)TsALF Mr. William Hayes of Wlldlo na3 Mich., writes that summer and that visiting this week at the homes ed In Detroit this INSTITUTE WORKERS AND COUNwill be In Berea Sept 3rd to enOn Center Street a good lot kaowa of his daughter and son, Mrs. Frank he TY SUPERINTENDENTS MEET ter school. as the John Bales place. Houm antf Coyle and Mr. Oscar Hayes. barn on lot. Good reason for itlllnf. Tho only real up to date line of of Berea for tho cordial reception fore the war, refreshments wero servThe rnenibera of the Senior and The Institute Instructors of tho owe money. I). N. Welch. Junior classes with a part of the Col- buggies in Madison County, now at Kiven the Boosters on their recent ed, games wero played nnd College state wero called together for their visit. vo are sorry that space pro- songs wero sung. lego faculty enjoyed a very pleasant Welch's. annual session at Frankfort by Supt hibits the publication of their letevening at the hospitable home of Dr. t, County Tho Hamlett, May Mr. Ben Eubaaks, an old Berea ter. and Mrs. B. H. Roberts, Saturday "u(erlntendent8 wero Invited to now a stenographer for the BEREA SECOND Miss Maud Welch Is visiting her evening from 7:30 to 9:00. meet with them, aud such was thu Coca Cola Bottling works of Lexing- sister, Mrs. Edward on Fotherglll, at Nino buggies sold at Welch's The Intercollegiate track meet Interest on their art that almost busiton, was in town, Saturday, on bondon, this week. "Buggy Day" shows what the people which was held at Lexington. Wednes- - nnety were present. In fact they ness. Miss Anna Baugh most delightfully day, a week ago, resulted in a victhink of good buggies. so outnumbered thu Instructors that Mr. W. D. Logsdon and wife were entertained at her homo from Satur- tory for tho athletes of State UniQuite a number of students took tho meeting wns largely theirs. advantage of tho lovely weather Sat- visiting their many friends In Berea, day until Sunday afternoon tho fol- versity, who won C2 out of the 112 Great enthusiasm was evident on lowing friends: Tho Misses Easter points. Berea was Becond, making rtown tho throat of a "irapy" to Anglln Saturday. urday and made excursions thu part of nil, and It wus gratifychicken iletru)r the wormt Falls, Robes Mountain and other points and getting 2 firsts, two ing to note that thu Idea of a closof Richmond Gentry, Louis Robinson, Ora Carpen- 25 Miss Ncttlo Oldham nntf ave tho clilck' life. A ter, Jewel and Lillle Ogg, Mabel Blck-nel- l, seconds aud four thirds. places. Central er supervision of tho work of tho fsw drop In tho drinking- - water visited In town, Sunday. Bonny Honeycutt and Myrtle landed two firsts, two seconds daughMr. Morgan Evans and little and rural teachers is being planned by 11 CURES and Prof. T. A. Edwards Is being visit Kilbome. ter, Nettle, of Richmond visited Mr. two thirds, a total of nlnetecu ioluts. largo Superintendents number of brother-in-laPREVENTS GAPES LexMrs. E. B. Scrlvner, Saturday ed this week by his was reported In tho nnd Every teacher In Kentucky should Collins atwh!t diarrhoea, roup, cholera over tho state. Tho compulsory Mr. Frank 'Montgomery of Merldan, attend tho Louisville meeting nnd Sunday. of the ington papers as Berea's star. and other chick, di.eatei. tendance law, and tho now course .Miss. Mr. Montgomery has charge of Mrs. Thompson of I'aint Lick visKentucky Educational Association on of study camii In for a largo sliare One Iioltlc of the Weather Bureau at that place. ited her daughter. Miss Fannie Dow-deJune Don't stay at home and COMMENCEMENT CONCERT of discussion. this week. On her way to Battlo Creek, Mich., miss tho friction with other bruins A seiarato organization of County Miss Winnie Davis, who had an op. to visit her sister, "Mrs. D. S. Tho Commencement Concert this Superintendents was perfected which is so beneficial In rubbing off with Makes m Gallon of Mnllcluo. year will consist of a work of unus- Supt. Jaynes of Boyd County, Presioratlon for appendicitis last woek, is of Knoxvillc, Tetm., spent the angles and awkwardness. Hvery poultry thnuM keep a bottla of .Betting along nicely. her ual interest and merit. medicine latter part of last' woek with aample dent; Supt. McFarland of Dnvles thl Booklet onon hand, Write; f r frr Aildrvta, and "Dlieaica of fuwlt." Is in Society will slug County, The Harmonla MEMORIAL DAY ., Have you seen Welch's new fence brother, Luther Flclden, who and Miss' West SOURSOM REHEOT COMPART, tcila(tafl. I. "Tho Holy City" by A. R. Gnul. a Supt. of Christian County, Secretary. school here. at 25 cents per rod? Sold by PETTUS & PARKS, Berei, Ky. Tho Model Schools assisted by u sacred cantata, which Is so simple FOR SALE: 4 foot wire fencing at Tho Instructors Association elected Mr. and Mrs. John Creech of East fow students from other departments that it may bu easily understood Mrs. A. 25 cents per rod at Welch's. Bernstadt visited his sister, will glvo a program In tho Chaiel and appreciated by all who hear It, Mr. Ralph Saxton who has been in on J. Smith, Sunday, also Mrs. Charles Memorial Day. Exercises will be- and at tho samo time so sublime In Harnett of near Richmond visited Mrs. school hero thU year, left Saturday gin at 10 o'clock. Its power and beauty of composition Smith. afternoon, for his home in Jiaruy, as to provoke tho unqualified love Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dunn visited Mr. iliwn, for a fow days visit Ho will GRADUATION EXERCISES OF THE aud admiration of all cultivated and Mrs. Mason Dunn at Whites Sta- then go to South Dakota, where ho lovers of music. FOUNDATION SCHOOLS tion, Sunday. will bo employed for tho summer. Tho bolo parts will bo taken by Miss Olive Dunning of Jamestown, Mr. J. II. Early, after spending Walk-Ov- er Tho Graduating Exercises of the homo talent, which not only Insures Dakota, who has been teachNorth Boveral days with his family, left, Foundation Schools will be held In that they will be unusually well rening with Prof. Dlzney at Harlan, left Monday, for an extended trip thru Upper Chapel, Friday, May 31, at 2 dered, but also adds tho Interest of Tuesday, after spending several days South Carolina. o'clock. homo feelings and personal friendvisiting Mr. and Mrs. George Dick. ships. This will lusuro a largo and Tho Phllathea class of tho Union Hickory King and Boone County Sunday" School will give an ORDER OF CITY COUNCIL appreciative audience. FOR seed corn at Welch's. Strawberry and Cake Fote on the MonTho concert will bo given, Voted by the City Council that u day, lawn of the Pastor's residence, Sat Juno 3rd, at 7:30 p. in. urday evening,, May 25th, .from 0:30 man be secured by tho sanitary AND to Inspect all closets and out to 7:30. If stormy It will bo held FIELD DAY EXERCISES thu city limits. In the Parish House. Como and help houses within Said inspection to bo noticed by Officials for Field Day exercises to a good cause. Us Help You Decide publication In Tho Citizen and by day. Tho lobby of tho postofflco will bo posters spread over the town. Tho Referee Secretary 'Morton open all Sunday evenings until fur- person employed shall be at the disYou will find it so easy and satisfactory to make your decision Starter Prof. F. O. Clark ther notice. Tho General Delivery posal of tho ladles' clubs of the city from our Klegant New Spring Styles. Every one admires the Judges at Finish-Treas- urer window will be open from 1 to 2 p. for one week beginning Monday, Osborno beautiful styles and marvels at the attractive prices we are offering. in. May 27th, 1912. Prof. Cromer Your new suit will" surely come from here if you see "the elegant The students, and citizens of the W. C. Englo, Clerk. Prof. Seale MRS. EARLY garments and try them on. We are ready to show you the best town greatly appreciated the chapel Timers values you can get anywhere. Merchandise of quality at fair service, Sunday evening, when Pres. Prof. Rumold BID FOR SCHOOL HOUSE prices. Trost talked on the early history of Vrof, Marsh Berea College giving some of the Mr. Ltndsloy Bids will bo received at the Important services which ho has Measurers of Dr. W. E. Ray, Hyden, Ky., dono during his long connection with for tho construction of a four room Prof. Downing the Institution. Prof. Dlnsmoro school building at Hyden. Quality Store" Mr. Dick Welch's fertilizer has Just what Bids to bo closed at 12 o'clock on your soil needs, and saves you money Juno 1, 1912. Mr. Stcenrod Mr. Hunt at (20 per ton. Plans and specifications to bo seen oooooooooooooooooooooooooo LOCAL PAGE f I , PARKS PETTUS BEREA, KENTUCKY CHESTNUT STREET, ooooooooooooo DR. BEST, DENTIST oooaoaooaoaoaoaoaooo Druos, flfoebfdnes, Chemicals We Purest JEWELRY Chester Parks The Feed Man DOOLEY'S T. J. COYLE EVERYTHING TO EAT be-d- ig d I r. CALL INVESTIGATE nt House Cleaning CALLS FOR NEW RUGS, CURTAINS, FURNITURE, OIL STOVES, ETC. Don't forget the dollar saved is the easiest one made. g, len WELCH'S Btu-den- 5. if ' nwi: i)K0P n, 25-2- 7. 50c Ha-wor- th Bourbon Poultry Cure rlr Vlco-Pres- WHAT TO WEAR This Spring? ? Shoes for What Color? What Cloth? What Style? Buster Brown Shoes Boys com,-mltt- Men Girls Let THE RACKET STORE of-fl- atirfi.'i r HAYES '"c BEREA CS, GOTT KENTUCKY I May 23, 1912. THE CITIZEN. turn to their old hauntB. lloren, to thooo who have eyes and cars ojicn to nature, has been more 'lfcautiful than ever this spring; tho grass cocms cleaner nnd greener, tho winds laugh mora cheerfully thru tho leafy depths of tho trees, nnd tho birds know all this, nnd from dnwn to twilight regale thulr lovers with nlmost every lny of tho woods. Who hns eyes nnd sees not? Who tins cars nnd hears not? Who has n heart that responds not n heart to ctaso ono flitting point of color to still ono voice In nnturo's morning orchestra. Not many. Hut not all ot tho birds lcavo us during tho winter. Ono of tho most beautiful, ono of tho sweetest singers does not tho Cardinal. Often when tho snow is on tho ground and the Bun peeps through tha clouds, llko a blazo of flro ho can ho seen In tho tree tops and his liquid note may bo heard when, savo for tho moaning ot tho winds, tho rest of nature's voices aro silent. The cartho dinal is Kentucky's own bird Kentucky cardinal. And the cardlnnl loves tho haunts of man. He wants to trust man, and, when spring with tho mating and nesting time comes, ho ltkos to steal Into tho vines of tho porch or Into a shurb near tho houso nnd build his nest, nnd from tho trco tops near by ho loves to repay his protectors with song after song, not waiting for an encore. A pair of cardinals could be heard In the' trees about Ladles Hall often during tho winter season. A month ago they choso an evergreen a fow steps from tho building and opposite tho walk leading to tho Dining Hall aa a sultablo placo for their nest. It could bo reached by almost any student, but surely, so thought tho birds, no one would molost tho Hall's sweetest musicians, nnd the eggs were laid and soon tho girls and boys passing by could hear the chirping of tho taby blrdllngs and tho moro Joyous notes of tho mother bird nnd father bird between their busy moments of feeding. Tho pair of red birds and their nestlings were becoming tho eta of tho girls of tho Hall, and of tho young men, as well, who passed thero for their meals, every ono thought. i IJut tho confidence xof tho trusting birds was violated. Of tho hundreds of young men that passed there was ono not a lover of nature; not a lover of music ono with a heart Uiat was not tender; one that loved Buffering; ono that delighted In crudity; ono who found pleasure In tor-lutho torturo of trustful, unsuspecting creatures; and ono who must havo thought It manly and bravo not nly to destroy the helpless but to bring sorrow to all those who loved nature; who cherished the birds, and this ono ruthlessly dashed tho baby cardinals to tho ground and killed them, and tho mother bird and tho father bird aro heard no more. I Tho murderer was seen but not In tlmo to prevent tho deed. Those that know him Bhould watch him, for of such depraved natures comes even tually tho slayers of their own kind of women and children sometimes. I re Papc Five. Mr. Housekeeper: Why not let the Telephone do some of the work at home and save your wife from fret and worry? Bargains! Bargains! How many unnecessary steps it saves the housewife can only be realized by those who have the Telephone handy and would not do without it. It is ever ready for use when needed worst and does not cost you anything for repairs or maintenance. Your neighbor's wife has the advantage of a Telephone, why not yours? Clothing for Men Clothing for Boys ShoesThe Best Quality MEAL and FLOUR The Best at the Lowest Prices in Town BEREA TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED Bacon and Lard All Good Things to Eat Special Prices in Quantities Price We Pay for Privilege of Belonging to a Family By Dorothy Dix telling this story nt u ten the other day: "I llttVO tWO yotlllg SOUS," gilt) wild, "ono of whom lu very orderly, very A wlso woman was lit-tl- tho best houso and tho best clothes of nny woman In your set, but, heavens, how tired you get of trying to Berea, sidestep tho subjects that uro like a red flag to n mad hull to him and methodical In Ills ways, utul vory parTim chlldloas woman you would of taking flying leaps to keep from ticular about lila belongings. not havo to cook, and sew, nnd scrub rtepplng 011 the corns of his prejother boy la a Dr. Coolcy, of Detroit, Mich.,; and STRIKE TO END sort of u chap who scut-tur- n nnd mend aa you do, but would you udices. tho Rov. Frank S. Urewor, of Palmer, Tho disturbance In tho authracito quarchnngu plaons with thu woman whu hla i08iHonH tc thu four Just console yourself with the reMass. coal region of Pennsylvania which beters of thu rarth, and who leaves u has nothing to do nnd nobody and flection that when you havo to rub Let us all go to collego for ono gan as "a vacation" and doveloped Hnrdly. your Jiusband'o fur tho right way had nothing belonging to her? nu If u cyclono room looking day! until It resulted In riot nnd bloodWell, then, pay tho price for what you nro paying tho prlco for hav-lu- g passed through It. shed, camo to an end, Wednesday, occupy thu same you hnvo without grumbling. HANDWRITING ON THE WALL OF the mlno workers In convention hava husband, for having a strong "Tho two beys And you, mother. What n lata of nrm on which to lean, for somebody npartmunt, and tho disorderly hablla ing voted by a largo majority to acKIN6 ALCOHOL ot tho scatterer try tho very foul woo you havo to tell about being to stand between you and tho world. cept tho agreement entered Into Continued from First I'lge by a of hla methodical brother, and ho la lied down nt homo with your babies. Goodness knov.3, being married Is no with tho coal nnd cinch for a woman, but, all things coiiiplalnliiK to mu aliout it. You can't go out to theatres ward march it has maintained for operators. forever you," 1 Bay to parties and tho children aro always considered, matrimony is about tho century except In panic years half a "1 sympathUo with THE LARGEST AFLOAT proving that wo musf enlist tho lum, "I kuow Just haw aggravating tracking In dirt, and spilling things, best Job going, and It makes it an Tho Texas, technically called a churches moro actlvoly to win tho It la to havo to 11 vo with an untidy 11111I mussing up tho rooms, and you easier Job If tho wife. Instead of huiwrdreadiiaught, a new battleship uwj can't walk acrojs thu floor without magnifying her husband's peculiarities jkjiiiu ono battles. person, and to huvc to be tho largest aud most powerful Notwithstanding tho victories the In tho world, was launched at Now-po- rt your things nnd not put them hack, stumbling over n toy trnln, or doll will Just strlko a balance and rcallzo liquor traffic has recently won by and strew hla own thliiKa about In 'and thero len't flvo minutes In tho that enduring his crankiness la the News, Va., Saturday. Tho Now bribing voters and terrifying politi- York, a sister ship, Is to bo launched lorhlddcn places, but you must look day that there isn't a call for prlco sho pays for not being an old self-pit- y You aru filled with maid. cians, tho man of vision sees tho lu July. It .will bo noted that tho. nt another aldo of tho iiueatlon. Havaa you contemplate your lot. doom of King Alcohol written by a New York and tho Texas, for which ing to put up with thlH anuoyancu And you, .Mr. Husband! Oh, of dtvlno HanuS whoso flvo fingers aro theset two ntjw ships la part of the enalty that jcu must Hut what atout the feel of Uttlo course, your wlfo Isn't the Incarnato are( named, anna about your neck, what about perfection you took l.er to be before hygiene, heredity, business, patriot- covered themselves with glory In for belonging to 11 fumlly. iwy ism, humanity. to a family brings yen many thu nestling of downy heads against you mnrried her. Sho has lost her n tho war. The Tex1. Tho Finger of Hygiene. pleasures and prlvll'gta, but It also your breast, what about tho millions flguro and her complexion, nnd sho as Is 073 f&ct long, and has a beam Tho laws of nature nro really tho ot 93 feet 2 2 Inches. Sho will havo brings certain pains, amoiiR thorn of fresh Interests that children bring U'l't as bright and vivacious as sho oldest testament, hut ouly recently only fifteen feet to spare In passing used to be, and sho'a got no more logtho necessity of Btandlng other i'o-lilo- 'a into your'llfo? havo Its hieroglyphics, written In the tho Panama Canal locks. Sho will be ic than a hen, and she's got WORTH Till-- : COST peculiarities and ways. It's tho alt white and red of nerve cells and tho first ship In tho world to carry All of thu work and Uio worry Is sorts of focllsh ways that you have prlco you pay for belonging to a blood corpuscles, found a Daniel to fourteen Inch guns, of which she has family." Just tho price you pay for tho priv- to remember to respect to keep her Interpret them. It was at the feet ten distributed la five turrets. I wish that every household In tho ilege of having n family, and from going into hysterics. Matrl-mon- y or tho foremost medical experts, ot SOCIALISTS MAKE EASY SELECme. It Is worth what It costs. laud might havo the sapient words Isn't nil cakes and alo for u emGermany, France, Britain and tho You can't have your cake and eat It, man any more than It Is for a woof this TION United States that President C. W. on th" walla of every too. You can't havo tho freedom to man, but you know she'd dlo for blazoned in comparison with Uio bitter cons, you If it would do you any good, Eliot, of Harvard University, un- test of tho Republican party for the that go nnd come, tho leisure, or, room In It, for It would euro learned, at seventy, his life long presidential nomination and the unns line clothes as thu child-I'n- s und there Isn't a better kept houso disgruntled feeling that pervades bo theory that a gentleman might pro- certainty among tho Democratic woman who has nobody but her- than yours nor better looked after many homes. Head It agalu and let perly drink beer and wine in moderIts philosophy. Ha good, hard horse self to consider, but would you trndo children, aud that boy and girl of contestants, tho Socialists havo given off your nursery for a motor car or yours say, thjy aro wonders. ation. Ho now proclaims that in tho tho country a. splendid example of (wnso soak Into you: light of modern science it is "In- harmony, Eugene V. Debbs having a trip to Palm Beach? No, not If A GOOD MOITO WOULD YOU EXCHANGE? expedient" to drink at all. And It Is been chosen on tho first ballot at HAVING TO PUT UP WITH tho wholo United States Treasury was What would you tako to be a lovethrown In to boot. Then play square, less old bachelor, without a home, scientific experiments at Yale, with tho convention held In Indianapolis OTHER PEOPLES PECULIARITIES others, that have prompted President tho 18th, while Emll Soldel, former IS THE PRICE YOU PAY FOR THE nnd don't begrudge tho coat tag of without children, without any real Hadley to say that If tho American Mayor of Milwaukee, was chosen Vice I'ltlVlI.KOI-- OK IIEU)NG1NG TO A motherhood, iltal thing to work for? That's worth peoplo. were mado to know what al- President. This 13 tho third cr fourth And you, oh wife, how often do wo standing a good many feminine shortFAMILY. cohol really Is they would banish tlmo for Debbs, 3nd Bryan need not Stick that motto on your mirror, havo to listen to your grumbling comings for. Isn't It? Then scuta Why bo discouraged. every saloon from tho land. '.Mra. Housewife, nnd when you fivl nlxmt your husband! He's got funny, jour score with life wlthcut trying shouldn't the churches take up that WHY NOT RAISE GOATS Inclined to consider yourself n do- liiKsy ways. Ho'a cantankerous at to welch on tho bargain. word of President Hndley and make Five hundred million goat skins Wo should all bo happier If wo remestic Blavo, and to complain about times. He'd more Interested In the us familiar as "Sapollo" tho fact, have been Imported Into tho United tho monotony and drudgery of get- stock market than ho Is In Ibsen, membered that HAVING TO PUT UP as declared by Prof. Hodgo of Clark States during tho last decade, nnd tho ting up meala that aro eaten aa booh and ho Isn't a bit llko tho hero of WITH OTHER PEOPLE'S COMMENCEMENT ATTRACTIONS PECUUniversity and others, that alcohol money sent out of tho country in as cooked, of sweeping floors that lomauco that you thought you wero LIARITIES IS THE PUICE AVE PAY Continued from Hirst Pane Is tho "waste product" of a microbe. payment therefor amounts to 230 have to Ih swept over again tho marrying. It la truo that ho Is n good Toil THE P1UVILEGE OF UEI.ONG-INways attracts and satisfies a great Let us repudlato tho jiollcy ot tho million dollars. Tho number of goats i.ext day, ot darning hoc lis that get provider, TO A FAMILY. and I that you'vo got Another who wanted her daughter whose skins aro represented by this throng. Tuesday is a reunion of tho Voca- "taught history, with all tho painful 250 million dollars Is approximately last cultivation. When tho com is tional graduates. They will hold their parts left out," and tell tho truth, 500 million. Why not raise them in ... ... removed tho ieas aro disked In and first meeting In the Upper Chapel that alcohol Is liquid excrement. this country. tho ground sown to ryo for a cover at 3:30 p. 111., aud n public meeting To proclaim that unquestionable R1CHESON PAYS THE PENALTY. Legume Crops and the Nitrogen Supply ciop. Second year, tho crop Is turn- In tho Main Chapel at night. Rlcheson, tho Cambridge, Mass.. Tho fact by posters In every market placo There can bo no doubt that tho out In piles, two thirds ot thu nitro- ed under, followed by cow peas or Vocational classes aro attracting moro and by leaflets at every door would Baptist minister, who confessed tho greatest deficiency of Kentucky Bulla gen of thu solid manure la easily soy beans. When thoso aro removed nnd moro attention and already their bo to wrlto the doom of drink. Does murder of his tlnanceo by poisoning lu nitrogen. A deficiency of ono eleto U'laduatcs form a numerous nnd lm- - any one suppose a poet who knows on tho evening of his marrlago to lost by heating and leaching lu from tho ground is disked and sown ment of plant food limits crop four to six months. Ordinarily not wheat for tho third year crop. portant body In tho citizenship of that can rago lu praise of "ruby another, wns electrocuted lu tho Hon, although all the other elements moro than onu third to one sixth of Clover la sown in wheat for tho uiu Biuiu uuu surrounuing states, wo wluo?" Will refined ladles who know state prison at Charleston, Tuesday might bo present lu abundance. Hence thu nitrogen In tho feed consumed la fourth year crop. If the clover falls, may expect that tho night meeting that, ask gentlemen to tako the am- morning. Ho was guilty of ono of as It often does, tho ground is bro- will bo ono of very general interest. ber beer from their hands? tho most revolting crimes on record, tho greatest Blnglo factor In restor returned to thu soli lu tho immure. 2. Tho Finger of Heredity. nnd enlisted but Uttlo sympathy from Commencement ing our soils to fertility la Increns-Jk- g In order to keep up tho nitrogen ken as soon as the wheat Is removi.il day begins with And when It Is generally known any sourco, his father even refusing from Ladles' Hall tho nitrogen supply. No one, not supply thero must ho nu abundance and thoroughly prepared for clover, tho procession n tho fertilizer manufacturer, now of legumes In tho rotation, nnd oil which is seeded about August 20th, at 8:30 precisely. Tho first hour in that tho touch of wine or beer on for some tlmo to consent to the burcontends that nitrogen can bo pro- manure produced must bo carefully along with a llttlu timothy. This tho tabernacle, from nlno o'clock, Is tho lips ot husband and wlfo mako ial of his body by tho sldo of his thoso Hps to curso their unborn chil- mother. fitably bought In commercial fertili- saved nnd returned to tho soil. Tho gives a good crop of hay tho next devoted to exhibits of tho Vocationaud avoids breaking zers In quantities required by cropa. most practical way to handle Uiu year up al Schools, tho second hour to tho dren, does anyone suppose that husNUGGETS FROM DIFFERENT There la only 0110 source from whlcn manure Is to uso sufficient bedding tho regular rotation. Wu bollovo graduates of tho Normal Dopartment, bands and wives, though willing to MINES (Continued on Vugt High!) may bo economically obtain- to absorb thu urine, and then spread that It lays to seed tho clover at-t- tho last hour to tho graduates of tho nitrogen tho wheat la removed, although College, and at high noon Presldont ed In sufficient quantities, aud that tho manure na fast aa made. It Is gen"I never was ruined but twice," UNITED STATES NEWS ot erally spread on the ood to bo turn- It takes a Uttlo extra labor, as Uio Frost will announce tho degrees and Is from tho air by tho growing said a wit, "onco when I LOST a Continued from Pint Page cow ed for corn, but It may bo spread on stand Is much surer than when seed- present and confer tho sheepskins tho leguminous crops (clover, lawsuit and onco when I GAINED ing with tho wheat In tho spring. and diplomas. as to tho necessity ot strengthening oao." - lcas, etc.). Enough legumes must bo meadows n year before breaking for tgrown In the rotation to supply ni- corn. When it Is impossible to re- Tho manure produced is put on Uio As usual, thero will be a largo the missionary efforts of their body "Mr. Brown, I owo you a grudge, number of industrial school exhibits and a plan to raise a million for that remember that!" "I shall not trogen In tho soil for all tho crops move tho maiiuru It Is safest to al- clover sod. ho On many soils legumo crops In tho different buildings through tho purposo has beon endorsed. lrlghtened then, for I never know canthat cannot obtain It from tho air, low It to accumulate In tho stalls. you to pay anything you owe." (such as corn, wheat, etc.), nnd to In case it must bo piled outside tho not bo successfully grown until llmo forenoon, so that people who cannot THE LAW'S TItlUMPH Floyd Allen, ono of tho outlaws replace thnt which la constantly be- stalls, it Bhould bo closely compact- or Hinestono has been supplied A man who marries a widow to bo accommodated In tho tabernacle is ing loat In tho drnluago waters. Tho ed to exclude tho air, and protected correct sourness. Also many Ky. soils will bo entertained and Instructed who wiped out tho court at Hills-vlll- bound to glvo up smoking and chawing. If sho gives up her woods for nitrogen supply cannot bo kept up from rains, either by capping with nro too deficient lu phosphoric acid clsowhero on Uio Collego campus. Va., a fow weeks ago, killto Produce lnrmi nm.u. legumes - - "i'-- j ut illumes. At tho closo of each group of ex- ing tho Judgo and a number ot court him, ho should glvo up his weed for In straw or by a shelter. by merely growing This statement applies to nearly all ercises In tho tabernacle a gun will officers, was recently brought to her. tho rotation and harvesting them and It may bo necessary now and then not returning tho manure In good con- to turn under a legume crop in or- our sous outsldo tho Bluq Gmss bo fired. TI1I3 Is a signal tor persons trial at Wythevlllo Ono error brocds twenty moro. aud has been who wish to leavo tho tabernacle to sentenced by tho Jury to bo Ono fly a million moro. dition. Two thirds of the nitrogen of der to keep up' tho nitrogen supply. region. Any ono Interested In tho question do so und tor others to come In. It Ono of tho gang Is still at tho manure la excreted In tho urine. Tho following rotation Is used on Prayers and provender novcr hinThis Is generally lost. As manure tho Experiment Station Farm: First of soil fortuity may obtain lltoraturo Ik earnestly requested that persons largo, hut threo or four others will dered any man's Journey. upou 'tho subject by addressing la usually handled by throwing It year, corn with cow peas will not comd In and go out oxcept bo tried immediately. Ropovo others, but correct thyself. sown ot In tho Interval following thesa guns. Geo. Roberts", Argouomlst. Ky. Agriculturo Exiwrl-mcAfter tho firing of tho laBt gun Station. Lexington, Ky. before noon all the exhibits will bo closed so that every ono who can WHO KILLED THE CARDINALS? possibly stand In tho tabernacle and cured meats and lard, Fish and Oysters. may bo thero to witness tha conferrA COMPLETE LINE Tho sprlngtimo Is Joyous with llfo ing of tho degrees. Call for what you want and get what you call for. HARDWARE, PAINTS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES uud hard and hopeless Is tho heart The aftornoon in tho tabernaclo HIOHBST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR BUTTER, EGOS, CHICKENS. that is not quickened and cheered by vIU bo devoted to addresses from Leaf Lard, guaranteed pure. tho songs of tho birds, almost every threo great men: Will-soday being blessed with a new note Kidd Building, Corner Main and ot Louisville, who Is always B. MAIN STRUT, new Bonk Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. ,os last year's winged Inhabitants re- - ono of Kentucky's favorites; tho Rov, o In them within twenty-fou- r hours, just remember that ycur work Is tho prlco you pay 'for having a homo and a family. If you aro n lonely, homeless, holes Phone 60 R. J. ENGLE & SON, Kentucky happy-go-luck- vo J SpanUh-Amerlca- Solotiion-lu-l't'ttlroat- imt-hnp- : i G INTENSIVE FARMING . I er o, 1 d. ut PALACE MEAT MARKET BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE Fresh n, U. ROBERTS, Prop. pHcesRUht j. d CLARKST0N GlveU fade Six. THE CITIZEN. May 23, 1912. with flour, then wrap ench live tti a very thin slice of streaky bacon, skewer It on with a toothpick nnd clip off mm mmsx Thlt they have done (or us, who tlumber here-Aw-ake, alive, though now to dumbly deeping; Spreading the board, but tatting not Ita cheer; Sowing, but never reaping; Building, but never sitting In the shade Of the strong mansion they have made; Speaking their word of life with mighty tongue. But hearing not the echo, million-voiced- , Of brothers who rejoiced, From all our river vales and mountains flung. So, take them, heroes of the songful pattl Open your ranks, let every shining troop Its phantom banners droop. To hall earth's noblest martyrs, and her last. Take them, 0 Fatherlandl Who, dying, conquered In Thy name; And, with a grateful hand, Inscribe their deede who took away Thy Give, for their grandest all, Thine Intulficl Take them, O Godt our brave, The glad fulflllera of Thy dread de Who grasped the sword for peace and And, dying here for freedom, died auaqJQIauloF A l fmm the sharp endi after skewering. jy compactly but without crowding In a bng, add a tcaspoonful of water, a tnblespoonful of tomato catsup, or frosh tomatoes peeled nnd sliced, or elso half n gill of stock flavored with celery, seal and cook twentv-fivminutes In a fairly hot oven, (lll)let pnttles suit so.tie palates To mako them, parboil tho giblets, mash or mince fine, throwing wit nil string or lumps, nlso shreds of onion and a very little celery, with, If you like, a grnto of nutmeg or of lemon pool. Moisten with melted butter or rich stock, cut flvn Inch squared of good puff paste, cover half each diagonally with tho preparod liver, fold over lhn other half, pinch tight together mil SIMPLE SEASONING A MERIT. s bake In well greased bag fifteen In n fairly hot orcn. By Martha McCulloeh .Williams. Parboil a pound of calf's liver. When I'npor bag cookery conserves tho up natural Juices and savors of food stuffs tender, but not ragged, tk? thoy cool are and so requires but light seasoning. and cut In strips ns thick ns wldo. Wrap each strip In sllco of melted thin bacon, roll In flour, put In a b.ig Take tho caso of butter. Ordinarily, a mixture of but- with a tittle butter the bag must be ter, flour and wator, variously spiced well grensod and couk for ten minand seasoned and cooked to a pasty utes In n hot oven. consistency. It must give the stomachs linked heart Is much ap that receive it a mighty wrestle. Melt- proved bylamb's who those like that sort of ed butler, vlc!d and heavy, means thing, (let three heart, cut out the It potential dyspepsia. overwork for tops Far otherwise with real molted bu- cold and soak at least two hours in slightly salted to remote tterbutter pure and Blmple, mixed tho blood. Take out, water drain well, rinse, onl7 with the salts and savors of food stuff with bread crumbs or nny stufMuffs. WL mm- - Berea Printing School Department of Berea College (The Citizen ! a specimen of our work.) PRINT8 HAND-DILL- e LETTER. IlKPORTS, SBR HEADS. MON8 AND ROOKfl IN THE I1EST AMD MANNER, AT LOWEST PRICKS, CARDS, mlr-utc- patronago U ake4 to help students, and to Insure your getting your money's worth. Your CALL AT THE OFFICE OR SEND ORDERS IIY MAIL. YOU WILL OCT SATISFACTION. DRESS TERMS CASH. AD- d Berea Printing School BEREA. KY. AYS iKlk that there are stand heroic upon the calendar for nil time. These are days honored In common by races and nations. They are days that enlist the particular re- srtect of nations because they perpetuate the mem- Iconoclast will ever arise who will seek to tear down tbe monuments of the men who molded the world's destinies, using the blood of the battlefield ns the cement for their constructive efforts. Indeed, it is conceivable that the day may come when there can no more be alone In solitary grandeur, separated In the high flights of glory that It. Isolated, yet majestic. In the pathos which will ever attend Its celebration. That day Is Decoration day. In these times, when the peace pipes are as soundfnl as the pipes of Tan, when the bugle Is becoming hoarse, while the herald's trumpet announces general arbitration treaties to the ends of the earth. In these times, when the progress of mankind appears to he set toward tho fulfillf ment of the prophecy that swords shall bo turned Into plowshares and spears Into pruning hooks. It la well to lay emphasis upon the day that has the most distinctive Ktory of any peculiarly American far-of- famed ories of persons for what they have done In one or another walk of life. The tendency of mankind is to seek to have tho fame of the great ones equal In duration with their bestowing upon their fellow-men- . There is one day for the American people that stands The glory of Decoration day In national hallowing tho mighty deeds of brave men. Their deeds will he immortal, who fought not because they had spleen toward their brethren now united In the bonds of a common home, endeavor and destiny but because thoy saw n shattered nation wrecked upon the They will be shoals of sectionalism. Immortal because tbe tendency of mankind Is to have the fatno of the doors of great deeds conterminous with tbe benefits couferred. Tbe benefits will be everlasting and augmenting, so that Decoration day, far from daring diminished glory when tbe last of tho soldiers of the nation shall have passed away, will have even more honor paid It. The growth of tho nation, the working out of Its destiny, the recession of sectionalism, tho magnifying of the Incidents of national progress and national purpose these are all factor In tho march of progress that shall forever make hallowed the day sanctified by memories of tho blood of tho nation's defenders. Sad. Indeed, tho occasion for fratricidal strife, but tbe working out of tho national Issues from tho glorious battlefields of tho nation fn its great domestic contest make even the pathos of tbe warfare eloquent with brotherhood, unity and a common devotion. Tho time may come, when war will Ihs regarded as barbarism outright, when the closeness of the nations and the Identical Interests of the powers will be such as to obviate warfare, vhvn the tribunals w 111 exist for tbe mipport of all International causes Hut tbe without recourso to war time ran never come when the laurels of lUe warrior will be dimmed. No Is holiday. that It holds opportunity for military distinction, but this very fact will Increase the glory of the ages of heroism. Then the nation will look back to tbe deeds of the heroes who saved the Union, and they will be honored as living in an age. the majesty of which cannot be underrated by any change of Ideas as to tbe utility of warfare. Hence the tribute paid the dead heroes of the nation's strife will be a less tribute than any to follow for every year the meed of praise and the warmth of encomium will be Increased, as the widening vista of the past lends additional enchantment to the theme. The time will come when every part of the nation, without disparagement to the men who fought on the other side, will unite In acclaiming the men who preserved the nation and made It the mighty leader In all movements for the peace and honor of mankind. War may bo all that It has been painted and its horrors cannot be too gravely set forth, but there Is a profound religion In the warfare that reconstructs a nation, that Justice, that sets men free and liberates tho Intellect from shackles that fetter progressive thought and prohibit the full expression of progressive conduct. The south is blossoming today In Its national fervor and Industries teem throughout Its domain. Tho north Is clasping bands with nil other sections In the movement of tho American brotherhood toward the highest pinnacle of lofty ethics and serviceable achievement. Tbe organ roll of American sentiment Is heard with deep and resonant melody. All tho nations of the earth are learning from the united American state, the great federated people of the American republic, 'tho righteousness that exalteth a nation. American statesmen, American educators. Amertheologians all have done ican mightily toward giving this country Its position of prestige In the realm of world affairs. Its reputation for probity and honesty, nut the men who garo their lives for the nation made all this possible. They exalted nn ideal that has placed upon the American people tbe destiny of necessity to support every oppressed peoplo and to uplift tbe standard of freedom and moral right. Out from the furnace of tho war came the gold of American Ideals, out from the blood and strifo came the type of American statesmanship and the type of American sentlmont that have caused the republic (o be looked up to by tho people of Europe and Asia as the moral mentor and tbe efficient Ideal for all of them. The work of the men who are honored upon Decorntlon day Is not concluded, will never be. Their souls move majestically onward with the movement of the race, of tbo age. Some day there will of the universe. ored upon Decoration day will not miss the tribute of tho wider effects of their mission to preserve the American political tie unbroken. United, glorious and peaceful, with undlmmed vision and with unshaken faith In their primary principles, the American people are onu In heart and one in spirit in their purpose to have the Illustrious Ideals of tho nation made Increasingly glorious for the blessing of mankind.. It Is easy enough after n war has been fought to prove the iiselcssness of It. It has often been shown how the difference between tho north and tbe south might have been adjusted with such a terrible waste of life and treasure. Grant that within tho devices of political expediency these preventions were possible, the fact still remains that the wars wero fought, that great moral faults were purged, and the God of battles enforced his ancient law of eye for eye and drop of blood for drop of blood. Children are always bearing tbe faults of their fathers, and the mn and women of '60 to '65 poured out of their own veins and out of their own souls an equal portion of blood and misery that their fathers drow from the veins of an enslaved race. No moral debts long remain unpaid. What If tbe purging was drastic and the throes suffered by the warring elements brought It staggering to its knees, was not the cleansing complete? The nation stands today the stronger and tho sweeter for that conflict. For It wus not merely the quarrelsomo distemper of war that afflicted the people, but n score of diseases, not human slavery alono, but factional Jealousy, greed, selfishness, state mlsgovernmunt and federal abuses. How vastly these have been eliminated can bo appreciated only by a study of tbe Injustices of that period. The nation In that memorable strugglo was expected by cynical observers In Europe to crumble and fall. Hut those observers failed utterly to grasp the slgultlcance of the struggle that was being fought for national purity and national unity. Instead of perceiving a giant rending himself, as they thought, they were watching a giant wrestling with the evil that was within him. As the day of that conflict over recedes, and the din grows less strident to tho eur. Its better significance makes Itself felt Tbo broad page of history teaches a losion that participation in the actual war ltsolf might not have taught. If any soldiers stood In tho trenches unmindful of the significance of the struggles In which he was a part, he is not unmindful now as he measures his step to the beat ot tho muffled drum today. For time has shown all wherein lay the universal meaning of that conflict. The nation was being blud of Its distempers, evon through his veins. And It rdso up weakened and Raddoned, but with the courage of the victor and the rejolo tlon of the chastened. ante-bellu- be a general roll call, when those who have deierved well of mankind will pass In the review of the eternal ages, and the men who did tho deeds hon- wish you would try this sort of melted butter for either meats or vegetables. Put the butter In nn enamel sauce pan with salt, pepper, paprika, the least sprinkle of lino herbs and a very I'ttlo nutmeg. Add half tbe butter bulk of bolting water, cook together far live minutes, stirring woll, then put In either lemon Juice, claret or sherr equal In quantity to the boiling water, and lot stand over hot water until ready to serve. Since omelets aro postlblo to the paper bug, here follow directions for several orts, each n little out of the All must be cooked alike common In a veiy bag of proper size, so. In a very hot oven at llrtt. and the heat slacked a third or even a half, after three to live minutes. l'UIn Omelet: This plain omelet can be tho foundation of many other sorts. Ily doubling tho egg contents and reducing the milk It becomes richer nnd lighter. Hut Just as given It Is Hue for breakfast or luncheon Hgln by beating very light three eggs, ivhito aid y6lks separate. Add to the yolks n tublespoonful ot flour sifted with half a tcaspoontul of baking powder an! half as much salt. Melt a spoonful of butter In a pint of milk, beat It gradually Into the egg and flour mixture the milk must bo hot, but cot boiling then fold In lightly the stiffly beaten whites, pour Into your bag, seal, put on trivet and cook fifteen minutes. Chicken or Ham Omelet: To turn this 'nto chicken omelet, add a very little more flour to the mixture, then stir In well Just before putting It In the bag a cup of cold chicken ml need very fine and seasoned lightly with onion Juice or minced celery. For ham omelet leave out half the flour and scant the allowance of salt and baking powder. Water can be used Instead of milk In that case, put In mora molted butter. Mince or grind tho looked ham very fine and season it with onlijn Juice and the barest dusting of sugar, not enough to taste. only to throw up the piquancy ot the ham. Put In the minced ham before the beaten whites, mix lightly, put In a well buttered bag and bake fifteen I one-hal- fing approved--eve- n plain mnsheil po I tatoes or boiled rice will answer. Fntt ei the tops well over tho itutnng. Liy In a well buttered bag nnd cook for fifty minutes to an hour In n fairly hot oven. Ilcef heart can bo rooked tho came wny, but must sonk longer- - tliren hours nt least. It must also cook long er, the tluio depending on tho welrht Spilt and clean lamb kidneys, acald In lightly salted water very quickly, drop lu cold water a minute or two th?n cut In quarters. Take a spoonful of flour nnd season It well with salt, pepper nnd a very little grated nutmeg Itoll tbe quartered kidneys In It, then shako upon each a slnglo drop of tabasco, (let a tine skewer aud have ready thin sliced streaky bacon. Thread one end of a slice on the skewer, then put on - piece of kidney, double the free end of the bacon over the point, nnd skewer It fast. Add another piece of kidney, fold the ba con agalu. When tho slice gives out put on n fresh one. Iaiv the point of the skewer projecting almost nn Inch, then stick over tbe point a piece of white potato ho that It will not tear tho bag. Fill as many skewers ns needed, lay them polntr. foremost, that Is toward the mouth. In a well but tered bag. Add a lump ot butter rolled In flour and a spoonful of tomato or half a spoonful of Worcester sauce, and the unme amount o water Seal and rook in a hot oven fifteen to twenty-tivminutes, depending on how heavily the bng Is tended. Chicken livers, or those of squab, rnn be cooked In the same manner, leaving out the catsup and adding only tho butter lleef kidney, sliced rather thin, highly seasoned, and cooked between thin slices of bacon for twelve minutes In a hot oven. Is a near approach grilled kidney. Ulnnche sweetbreads by scalding them In a slightly tatted water then parboil, and put between plates to press. Trim neatly, put In u very well greased bag with a sauro of butter, cream, sherry wine and seasoningonly be careful to touch l'ght-lwith the tho herbs nnd cook forty minutes to an hour In an evon oven only moderately hot. Drains of any sort must be scalded In boiling salt water, peeled and dropped In cold water for at least ten minutes. Half an hour will not hurt The ways of cooking them are many For scrambled brains, parboil them until they Just begin to break, drnln out, and mix with beaten eggs, adding seasoning to taste. Four Into n well buttered bag with an extra lump ot butter at the bottom of it. lay anothor lump on top, seal and cook In - hot to fifty minutes, acoven twenty-fivcording to the size of the bag. mixture can' be The b served for breakfast or a late .nipper on toast thus: Havo rounds of ..rlsp buttered toast, cover neatly with th mixture, sprinkle with grated I'ur raesan and dot with bits ot butter Cook Inside - well greased bag ten t twelve minutes In n fairly hot oven, Drains scalded and peeled can bo cooked with strips of bacon laid over them, nddlns a very little stock ot milk and water, Season them to taste fairly hot oven twenty and cook In minutes. Serve with five to thirty-fivbaked apples or baked sweot potatoes. (Copyright, 1911, by the Associated rat-supe e Houses to Rent To those who have children to edu- cate and wish to reside a lit Derea for longer or snorter time to eiijcy Its educational advantages, the College has a number of houses, large and mall, tome of them partly furnished, to rent on reatonabla term. Address THE COLLEGE TREASURER BEREA, KY. THE Berea Hospital Nurie Training School of Berea College HAS nEST OPERATING ROOM AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES FOR CARE OF A LIMITED NUMDER OF PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREATMENT GREATLY INCREASES PROSPECTS OF RECOVERY. Rates One Dollar a day and up. Ilond for prompt payment required. For further particulars address THE BEREA HOSPITAL BEREA, KY. minutes. Spanish Omelet: Chop very flno a stalk of celery, a green pepper scalded In boiling salt water but not wilted. one very small onion, one largo peeled tomato, with salt and pepper to taste, and a baro dash of Worcester sauce Mix well, put In n saucepan, and cook until tender In a little butter say eight to ten minutes. The vegetables Make a should only simmer. omelet, but do not double the milk. Put 1,1 plenty of melted butter besides what the vegetables supply. Stir them In well before the beaten whites, put in tho bag as quickly as possible after tho whites are added, seal and bake fifteen to eighteen minutes. six-eg- ! THE INNER GROWING TIT-BIT- Qlvo Instant allegiance to paper bag cookery, all ye who dote upon Inner growing Livers, for cxamplo, tlt-blt- and hearts, brains, sweetbreads, ' There are livers and livers. Chicken livers are much In request. Take six, fresh nnd sound. Wash very clean In cold water, drain well, salt very lightly, but do not pepper. Rarely dust Literary Press.) Cutlets and Cutlets the Brooks' Club, London. Cutlets a la St. Cecils. Toko four own gravy over them and sorve at lamb cutlets, from half a pint to a pint once. Cutleta aux Navettes. Take half n of parboiled peas and a pound of par boiled now potatoes, urease two nags bunch of young French turnips, peel, thickly. Put tho peas nnd potatoes, to- and trim them as nearly as possible to gether with ono and a half ouncet of one size. Dust them with salt and butter. In one bag. Place on urouer popper. Tako a pound and a half of and put In a moderately hot oven. Let mutton cutlets. Trim as above dithem cook for twenty minutes uororo rected. Dust well with celery salt, a putting In tho bag with tho cutlets. very Ilttlo white, pepper and some Meanwhile trim the cutlets very neat- salted flour. Urease a bag well. Put ly, free them from superfluous fat, flat- In half the turnips, then the cutlets, ten them with a wooden mallet and then tho rest of tbe turnips. Add half spread thum on both sides with u a pint of chicken stock, fold, clip, layer of folo gras. Have roauy some place on broiler and cook slowly for freshly tried bread crumbs. Sprlnklo an hour and a half. Dish up on a hot dish, with tho turnips as a border. these lightly on each side of tho sauce, which will Take care not to overdo this. Pour thocreamy consistency bo of a and taste, I'luco gently in a Dslzu bag. ITold. delicate clip. Place on broiler In. tbe oven, and over, an( servo with asparagus, bandcook for twenty minutes. Dish up tbo ed separately. pvas and potatoes as, a border. Put (Copyright, 1911, by 8turl & Wallop the cutlets lu the middle,- Pour their By M. Soyer, Chef of cut-let- ad. is directed at the who has all the business in his line in this community. J Mr. Merchant You say you've got it alL You're selling them all they'll buy, any how. But at the same time you would like more business. J Make this community buy more. J Advertise strongly, consistently, judiciously. J Suppose you can buy a lot of washtubs cheap; advertise a big washtub sale in this paper. Put in an inviting picwashtub where ture of people can see it the minute they look at your ad. Talk And strong on washtubs. you'll find every woman in this vicinity who has been getting along with a rickety washtub for years and years will buy a new one from you. That's creative business power. f THIS OURj AD. RATES ARB RIOIIT CALL ON US Uijpjrlibl, law. ky W. n. U.t The Real Test. Diogenes was searching for the honest man. "Find a suburbanite who will tel) you his real opinion of country llfo In winter," ho advised. Herewith ho depart! to apply the greatest test of all. Harper's Hnzar A tnan cannot possess anything that is better than a good woman nor uny thing worse tbau a bail one. Nitaon ides TRADE MORAL The quality ot what you have to sell Is known to some people all of tho time and all of the people some ol the time, but advertise regularly with us and you'll reach all of the people all of tho Urn, i May 23, 1912. MANAGING A THE CITIZEN. MATURE BULL Animal Should Be Kept In Walt- Fenced Pasture Ration of Wheat and Ground Oata la Good. well-fence- Page Seven. MANIAC Mrmtional SOWSfflOOL Lesson RAVING DAIRY V-- Ttio service bull should be kept In a grass pasture with a shed OP to go under In stormy weather tlurlng tho grazing season. Oho a mixed Pursued Militant Tactics to Live Clote grain ration of wheat bran and ground 31y IS. O. HKt.LUilfl. Director of Even To Heaven Finally Captured ing Department, The Moody Bible In. oats. (live two or three quart of Through Subterfuge. mute of ChlcnRo.) grain night and morning If grnaii la What Are Your ",10,, nn nrmfnl of cornfoider should NEW STYLE OF MILK BOTTLE wo im IITHU it mi I What Are Your Aims? LESSON FOR MAY 26. lull VfW iir UU nilciRo. III. The dark attic In tho tower of St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Has Small Opening at About Spot served may fie turned Into the lot Berea Has the Training That is Best For YOU. with the bull; after tcrvlco, give a church, Vot Adams and South De TRUTHFULNESS. where Dotlom of Cream Line small feed of bran and while bull la plalnes streetR, was converted Into la Quite Apt to De. Are you aot far advanced? Than enter the eating, throw the stanchion lever, thus MCflSON TEXT Matt. James li fortress, from which an Insane woman securely fastening the bull; tho cow FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thoa. A. Edwards, Superintendent.' Hore yon succeeded In repulsing nn Invading Various devices have been Invented away fnlio- GOLDEN TE'AT-"I'utt-lng then will be placed with others' like yourself, under a special teacher, and maka .o Ret the cream out of a milk bottle may havingbo removed without danger. nood, ye truth rarli man with liU force of policemen for more than a Ily moat rapid progress. tho cows served so thnt neighbor; You will master Arithmetic and the common we aro members ono of hour. and a Michigan man has contrived a part of the herd will como fresh In mother." for 4:25. Epli. The g.irrlfon of one finally was cap branchea and be ready to use them. You will havo singing, drawing, farm war that Involves a new bottle. In . One year In th Fountured and taken to a place of safety and household management, and free this now bottle there Is a small open the fall and part in the spring, a reg In this lesson Jesus makes n still through subterfuge. Ily her removal dation School ccsta less than $90 and la worth $1,000. ing at about the spot where tho bot- - ular quantity of milk may bo had the year round, without the neccaslty of further application, or rather gives us Aro you aiming to bo a teacher? Then Join the the old sexton and his assistant were selling off hnlf-fa- t cows at ruinous another Illustration of the righteous-- ' relieved of fe.ar of ghosts that ha NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Here you lll be t prices and buying In fresh cows at ness of his new kingdom, which must been haunting them for half of the trained that you will fear no examination, and you will bo taught how ta high prlcca. When this method la fob bo greater than that taught by tho day. teach. The demand for Berea trained teachers far exceeds thu suyyly.- - . lowed, tho dalrymnn Is always In debt Pharisees. We havo studied the sa Mrs. Helena Itothkowsky Is the Are you Interested In earning money? to tho cow denier. cred relations of the righteous life, woman who pumued militant tactics I THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Milts E. Marsh, Dean. The bull should bo kept In good now wo are to consider the matter of as efforts Home Science. thrifty condition. A crosa bull may truth. Wo hnvo first a paragraph from her possible. to live was close to heaven Mountain Agriculture. as taken to Deten Woodwork and Carpentry. She Nursing. often lo tamed by turning one or two Jesus, then an ethical teaching and np. hospital. Printing and dry cons Into tho lot with him. Hulls plication from the writings of James tlon Dullness Course, Etc. The woman succeeded In entering should have dally exercise and bo tho apostle. Here you soon double yourarnlng power, and learn to enjoy doing the church, without being seen by elth things in a auperlor grain fed. If this la not dono, they manner. Under tho old law men swore by may becomo Impotent or slow In heaven which Is God's throne, by the er the sexton or his assistant, shortly Are you desiring the next beat thing to a College Course? Then take severa She climbed after noon. serving. The young bull should bo earth which is his footstool, by Jeru ladder two, years or three years In tho kept In a separate pasture and not Al salem which was his peculiar chosen flights of Ktalrs, a Two GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. crawled through a small opening In lowed to run with the heifers. city. They sworo by tho head and dilapidated door and found herself years, or three yeara, In such practical atudles as will fit you for an honorthey could not chance one hair In set able and useful lit. You select your studies from such as these: Physithe shadowy recess of the tower. or black. Jcfus contrasts, all PLAN OF SATISFACTORY BARN ology the science of health; Civics the science of government; Grammar or tnis witn nis new kingdom in ; the art of correct speech and Ethics the science or right Railroad Officials Held Responsible. Dulldlng With Cement Daaement and wncn nusoiuto Bimpio veracity in our and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence; Washington. The result of the In Botany necesiary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady; Physic Ieecn is an inni, is 10 oo require.!. Holding Twenty-Elgh- t Cows Is De- i ms maiica an oams prorane. wnen terstato Commerce Commission's In the science ot machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc. scribed and llluatrated. men nvo in these new relations, with qulry Into the explosion of a locomo Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start in the of God they tive boiler at San Antonio, Tex., on My barn has a cement basement, the this new consclousncsu BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Matheny, III speak the truth naturally and of March 18 last, when 2C persons were walls being eight feet In the clear, ex Dean. Best training In Mathemattca, Languages, Science and History. The reptlng where the driveway goes necessity. To such there will be no killed and 32 others Injured, was nn Academy has Ita own New Style Milk Dottle. and Men's Dormitory, and a large body through, writes W. J. Yarnall In tho need for any form of epcech or oath, nounced. Officials of the Galveston, of students ot high character and ability, able instructors, and use ot CoV torn cream line is apt to be. Normally Breeders' Gazette. The side walls aro for tho rlmplest, plainest speech will Ilarrlsburg Ac San Antonio railway lege Library and apparatus. this opening la plugged with a re- 16 Inches at the bottom and 12 Inches bo the only necessary and the nlto- - were held to have been at fault. movable pin, but when the cream Is at the top. tho end walla are It Inches Kp,bcr satisfactory medium of giving was found by the Inspectors that the to bo run oft this pin Ik taken out at tho bottom and tho same nt the and of creating nssuram-e- . How about explosion was due to excessive steam and tho cream allowed to flow through top. The driveway goes through on oaths in court? Jesus Is speaking to pressure caused by an Inexperienced DR. EDWARD C. DOWNING, DEAN. the hole. To do this, however, nlr the level of tho ground or about four the members of his uew kingdom, employe of the railway tightening the yea and nay Is sulltclcnt, adjusting screws of must be admitted to tho top of the inches above the ground level. It all them The College Itself stands apart from all the other schools under its manthe safety valves, buttle, so the plug is made with has a cement floor. The barn cost In but as between them and others wo Tests made, the report says, Indicated agement and has long maintained the highest standards known In tho South. aharp point which can bo Jobbed must adjust ourselves and therefore pressure on the boiler at the To conform to the Carnegie standards we have diminished our former re""through the pasteboard seal that Is In we do not read Into this any admoni that the time of the explosion was greatly in quirements! Ilequired and elective studlea with opportunity to concentrate tho top. It s Importnnt to keen each particular lines. tion not to take an oath in court. Latest college library In Kentucky. Laboratories excess of the allowed working press Inquipped a. plug with its particular bottle, for once for student practice. Courses leading to the degrees of A. B., B. Should Be Swift to Hear. ure. the plug Is lost the bottle is of no use B.. B. Lv, and B. Pad. He not many teachers." We now until another stopper can be found turn to a paragraph from the Kplstle MUSIC (Singing Free). Iloed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory, Armour Company Is Indicted. for IL Band, may be taken for special fcea in connection with work In any ot tn of James which has its peculiar valuo CM Chicago. Armour & Co. was indict above schools. and Interest as showing the dltllculty O race , I I MI PREVENTION OF ROPY MILK of mastering the tongue. In the ed by the federal grand Jury for crim church of Christ there must of neces innl violation of the United States sity be a great many more disciples meat Inspection law for alleged inter Caused by Certain Bacteria, One Type Berea College, with lta affiliated Berea, Friend of Working 8tudcnt. (learners) than teachers. Ktery man state shipment of meats without In of Which la Found In Dirty, institution. It requires certain tecs, but should be swift to hear, but the posi spectlon by government agents. The schooli, is not a Stagnant Water. each tion of teacher carries with it such Indictments were returned before It expends many thousands of dollars lowoat year for the benefit of Its stuI 5 'J am. coat, and arranging for student dents, giving highest advantages at a burden of responsibility that no one United States District Judge Landis A woman reader wishes help regard -every way. should audaciously asssume it, see The indictment, In four counts to earn and save in ing ropy milk, asking the cause asd It Hf,?.;;&.OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect 'Hf1 tTT Kph. 4:11, etc. With this responsibil charges that the packing Arm on the cure. Tho milk la strained at '11LL" ity Is also a correspondingly heavier Mnrch 13 shipped 40 calves to South the character and reputation ot the young people. ,Our students come from night ami tho next morning tho cream judgment if wo stumble. He that Bend, Ind., without the meat being In' the best families and are earnest to do well and improve. For any who may la ropy and must be thrown away. It Satisfactory Barn. stumbles not In teaching, In the use spected nnd stamped under federal be aick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. la not always easy to trace the cause of his tongue, Is Indeed a perfect man laws, and in evasion of the meat-shiAll except those with parents In Bare live In College buildings, and of ropy milk to its source. Without all about 13,000. The cement base and one that is able to bridle the going Into any lengthy explanation. It ment regulations. The maximum pen assist In work ot boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable trainmay be said that ropy or slimy milk ment con with the wall about $1,000 whole body; to guide the ship of life, nlty for such violations ns are charged ing, and getting pay according to the value ot their labor. Except In winof this. of state, and of tho church, amidst is Imprisonment for two years, a fine ter it la expected that all will have a chance to' earn ,a part of their exla caused by certain bacteria. One type penses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. may be found In dirty, stagnant water. a The barn holds 28 cows, 14 cows on tho fiercest storms. of $10,000, or both. side. It also holds eight horses. It 'Tho tongue Is a fire." It Is In If the rows wado In this water their has PERSONAL CXPEN6ES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary one ono doublo stall and deed for it inflames with anger the flanks and udders become the retting four slnglo with different people. Berea favors rlatn clothing. Our climate Is the best, a harness room. whole body, stalls, and place for this type. The bncteria are the family, society and CINCINNATI MARKETS but as students muct attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps easily transferred to the milk at milkthe nation. History is ablaze with the and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. The Keeping Milk 8weet. conflagrations that aro a consequence ing time. The stnble becomes infect 8tore furnishes books, tollot articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and ' Ono of our enterprising dairymen m minium, orun unu oi unufiuii-ed, as It were, and also the utensils Steady Friday. No. 2 red other necessary articles at cost. Wheat i v stfTi ?.v vn a it ififfli that como In contact with the milk. sent a bottle of milk to Paris nt tho tongues, rrov. jt:i. etc. ine tongue LIVING EXPEN8ES are really below cost. Tho College asks no rent The germs lodge In the crevices of the llmo of tho exposition. It made the giving utterance to tne tnougnts or tne red 96cy $1.13. for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room Corn Steady Friday. No. 2 white utensils and readily propagate In the Journey over ana back, a trip of 28 heart (for out of tho abundance of the rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and warm milk. The euro lies in nbsoluto days, and was still sweet. There was heart it speaks), will Inflame lust, 8CH5f87?4c. No. 3 white 84(ff8Gc, No, towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, tn the fall. All utensils should bo no preservatives used, and tho only wither purity and consume strength, 4 white 82084c, No. 2 yellow 82c. No. and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedcleanliness. thoroughly scalded. IJmc la an ex- - precaution wag to havo the dishes and It ilres Jealousy and burns tho sweet 3 yellow 79fr81c. No. 4 yellow 7C78c. ding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. 3 79ft) No. 2 oelicnt destroyer of all germ life. Tho bottle perfectly sterile, cooling tho bonds of friendship. It will sever the 80 c, mixed 4 81082c, No. mixed white No. mixed 77771ic, SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guaranteo for utensils may be given a coating of the milk at once and keeping it all tho ties of home, burn away tho founda ear SO0S3c, yellow ear 830 85c. mixed return of room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, and Is returned time at a low temperature. This seema tions of character, of commercial in ear S0 83c. slaked lime, then washed in boiling when tho student doparts. water. It may be neceasary to give a good while to keep milk sweet, but tegrity, social purity nnd destroy the Oats Easier Friday. No. 2 white Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care of school build the stable a thorough cleunlng with ft shows what cleanliness and a low bonds ot civic righteousness, it is 5'J(S59Uc, standard white 58'A0'59c, ings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of temperature can do with milk. Indeed "a world of Iniquity among our No. 3 white 58(T58Vc. No. 4 white llmo used as whitewash. Fee most members." Let us quote from Dr. It. 5CS57c, No. 2 mixed G70S7c. No. 3 teachera all our Instruction Is a free gift). The Incidental $7.09 for Collo- In Btudents Is $5.00 a term, $6.00 In Academy and Normal, and A. Torrey: "Tho tires of hell aro mixed 56Uf57c. No. 4 mixed 55f5Gc. HANDY DEVICE IN THE BARN Hay Steady Friday. No. 1 timothy glato courses. kindled by Idle words thnt set men 2 timothy $28.5029. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE. Incidental fee and room rent by thinking wrong about God and sin und $3030.50. No. No. 1 clover mixed to End Used for Open No. 3 $2CT2C50, Lever the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: Christ and the Bible. Men usually $2G.50n27. No. 2 clover mixed $25 ing and Closing Stanchions vocational careful In handling fire aro careless 25.50, No. 1 clover $20,50521, No. How It Is Made. Academy and Foundation Tho baby calf should havo hor ra about tho tonguo. Whenco como the clover $19f? 19.50. College. and Ncrmal. School. FALL TERM tions changed by degrees. Cattle Active and steady to strong words that inflamo the imagination I havo a handy device for opening $ 0.03 $ C.00 $ 7.09 Name the calves from tho first and and tho passions? yhence como the prices. Shippers $6.2507.75, choice to Incidental Fee and closing stanchions, says a writer their training will bo much easier. C.60 7.00 7.00 Room words that undermine faith and the extra $7.8508.25; butcher steers, ex' 9.45 tho Missouri Valley Farmer. When 9.45 9.45 Board, 7 weeks good to choice $CO cult should bo fed five times credibility ot tho IllbleT If nny man tra $7.50O"-"5- , it I took first a strip of one dnllji about threa pints at each meal .40, common to fair heif question James' words that 'tho tongue ers, extra $7.50, good $4.5005.75;$0.75O l,Uy four and bored f Inch boles to choice $20.0.1 Amount due Sept. 11, 1912 $23.45 $22.45 One of the greatest mistakes In IL were as far apart dairy farming is having too much can no man tamo' he has evidently 35, common to fair $400.50: cows. in Tbeso boles Hoard 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1912.. 9.45 9.45 9.45 never tried it himself." This does not extra $G.2uOC50. good to choice $5.G0 top. as tho stanchions were at the land. mean, howover, that tho tongue can OG.IO, common to fair $2.5005.50: Ko farmer can afford to have a not bo tamed, for what is Impossible canners $2.2503.25. $32.90 $31.90 $29.50 Total for term cheap. Inferior made silo on his with man is possible with God. James llologna nulls Kasy nnd slow. $32.40 S29.C0 $3t.O If paid In advance farm. draws a' frightful picture of the un $4.755.75, extra $5.85, fat bulls $5.75 WINTER TERM Itegularlty In feeding and milking tamed tonguo and of Us evil conse 0G.25. $ 6.00 $ 6.00 $ 7.00 Incidental Fee Calves Opened steady at yester will go a long ways toward making quences. 7.20 .00 7.20 day's decline, closing dull and lower. Room dairy work successful. 9.00 9.00 9.00 Profane Men Classified. Extra $7.5007.75, fair to good $GO Board, 6 wecka After a cow begins giving new milk .50, common nnd large $307. "Tbeso things ought not to be. i you will find that her udder is some No moro can a fountain yield Hogs Opened 5c higher on packers fresh $20.00 $23.2U $22.20 Amount duo Jan. 1, 1913 times "caked." Hub it gently. y.oo and salt water at ono and the same and butchers; closing slow with ad9.00 1.00 Hoard C weeks, due Feb. 14, 1913. ... A cold rain, fall or spring rain, time, or a llg trco yield olives, than vance lost; light shippers and pigs .. i will check the flow of milk as much for a Christian to bless God nnd with 10c higher and closed steady; heavy ag a snow storm If tho cows aro $31.20 $29.00 $32.20 The Lever Does It. the samo tongue curse, his fellow men. hogs $8.108.15, good to choice packTotal for ter ers and butchers $808.15, mixed pack$30.70 $31.70 S2C.50 Not only Is it unkind but it Is unIf paid In ad $7.75 8.10, Then 1 bored holes the samo slzo near lookout for tho gentle bull. Remem Chrlstlike. Sarcasm means literally ers choice 0heavy stags $4O0, common SPRING TERM- to fat sows $507.15, extho bottom of tho swinging sldo of tho ber thnt It is not usually tho roar$ 5.00 $ 7.00 to tear lleh like dogs," tho chari tra f C.00 light shippers $C.50O stanchion. I bolted tho strip to tho ing, bellowing, bluatorlng bull that does oteer's whip tore tho llesh, so we use 7.40, $7.2007.25, lbs. and less) J5OG.40. COO 4.00 5.0 pigs (110 stanchions, and at the end attached a tho killing. C.75 6.75 .71 isncep Slow nnd 10c to 15c ower: Board, 5 weeks the tougue as a lash, biting the sensi Do not feed the cows corn meal it lever by which tho stanchions could tive spirits of men; verily these things extra ?4.85OL90, good to choice $4.50 -. easily bo closed. The lock on tho end you aro feeding corn Bllage, for there "ought not to be." l'hllllps Ilrooks 0 4.7u, common to fair $204.25. $IH.7.$15.75 $17.75 Amount due March 0, 1913. of tho stanchion Is tho only one now Is as much corn In tho sllago as tho Lambs Slow und 50e lower: extra C.70 C.75 6.75 said, "Tell me tho words a man uses $7.50, good to choice $7,7.40. common that need bo closed, ns tho strip cows should have. and reproduce his tone of voice nnd to fair $50C.75; yearlings $5.25 0G.25, $22.50 $24.50 $25.50 keeps all the others closed. Total for term Butter from fresh and properly I'll tctt what sort ot man ho Is." spring lambs $tiO'll. $22.00 $24.00 $25.00 ripened cream not over ono day old It U a literal fact thut tho truthful keeps better than docs butter made man Is ho wlio usually exemplllles all Effect of Feed on Milk. Through Car Roof. Botno dairymen believe that if the from sweet cream. Now, other virtues and wo cannot em New York. A solid block of teira feed of their cows Is changed it will A sore teat (remember tho sore may phasise too strongly that bo gentle cotta coping foil from u holding tackle ouag man or younj woman can get an education at havo a bad effect upon tho milk flow, bo Inside) will causo a cow to kick, but man swears, riofano men aro of Anv roof of a hotel but repeated scientific experiments If hnndled gently shn will not tako on three classes; thoso who are thought near the flrondway 25toryThirty-fourt- struc- Berea If there Is the will to do so. ture at and show that changing from ono feed to tho kicking linblt. year of con- lens, those who aro ignorant of lan It H a great advantaKo to start In the Fall and have a full SCIIOO S The hclfor that is cared for and han guage and hnvo a paucity of expres- street and crushed through the roof of another, and frequently additions to ECIUK ....!.. .mini-- mi!il nnstn tlrr.fl In tUe DUDUC a pafsing street car on llroadway Ihu regular feed, helps tho milk flow. dled gently throughout her ontlre Ufa sions ut their command, and thoso might bo Improving much faster woman pasbeiigor, whoso identity over and over the samo things, when they ....i, , v. a .. .1. ... . will need a little breaking In when it wboMiso profanity to emphasize a Ho, One .u A va.o Is unknown, was htruek by a fragment by coming to Berea aim starting m on new t.uiuua mm Money In Dairying. comes ttmo to milk her. und generally tho greater the lie the of tho block. and probably will die from jouug rueti and women from other counties and States. Tho long, There is money in dairying In spite udder of the moro and stronger tho oaths. Wo must Make your plans to como hep:. 11. hor Injuries, Several other persons of a prevalent notion to tho contrary, Ayrthlro Is typical of tho brood, and not forget, howover, that by our were struek by splinters that were For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, but It needs a combination ot good no other breed is able to show such wo may bear false w'tnesa and ' rowg and good management to get wonderful development of tho fore ud that u positive obligation rnsta upon dashed Inside the car from the fprco. of the Imnact, but they were not der It out, us to speak words of praJjo. TOWER OF CATHOLIC EDIFICE CONVERTED INTO FORTRESS BY INSANE WOMAN. Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE THE MOUNTAINS Talent7 I 6:33-1- (Book-Bindin- letter-writing- class-room- s Berea College I :rrfWfflft ikroj x ?.rr. k"; Questions Answered g money-makin- '"i box-stal- DAIPY , NOTE'S Att.-Khe- flaking fln one-hal- Plan Como September 12th able-bodie- .... . V. herl-om- :y Uvrt. D, WALTER berea, kv Page Eight. out of THE CITIZEN. danger. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Tipton, ti Girl. Her namo The teachers of this Is Elizabeth. county nro very anxious to make certificates in tho examination which Is bo being held, ns no positions will kept open for them by tho board cf tiustees If they fall becatiso of tho delay It causes In tho opening of tho schools. J. It. Adnms hns been Rick but Is now able to bo out. bltlon Oratorical contest held thcro Inst Tuesday, 'May 14th, Mr. Gabbard wont to represent Kentucky, hnvlng won in tho etato contest nt Htchmo-nd- . n Post No. 90 O. A. Wotzel-Compto- May 23, 191a. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Ho corTetpesdtorc rot11bt4 It not (or jubllettlon, bit I(. will observo Memorial Day In aalf( ilgntl i n (vldeac I lull ly lie wtim. lie rire el rood iJlta. Write plainly. WVA Will Drew. Wo wish them a long and Viva, Way 18. Mrs. Nancy Strinhappy life. Irkln Abney of Brush JlrKI'.i: on ger of Pliievlllo was visiting her sisCreek was visiting his brother JtcKcc. May 20. '.Monday was Conn aro ter, Mrs. Jnno Bcatty, last Saturday not as Clear Creek, Friday. Prospects ty Court day hero. Thcro was good for a good apple crop around nnd Sunday. Tho "Misses Bertha nnd largo a crowd in town aa mere London wero tho C. Mttlo litre, but tho ponch crop Is almost K.thel Klnsor of dnyr-- U Is on Court guests of Miss Etta Jones, Satura failure. and wlfo aro visiting hero Uila week. day and Sunday. Mrs. Alice Lips atIIOOMK Several peoplo from this iluco who has been visiting her sister, .Mrs. Creek lam Boone, May 20. Born to Mr. and Dora Turner, tended church at Indian has returned to her tho 'Mrs. Messier, Mrs. Collier '.Mrs. II. T. Chasteon, a girl on Sunday. Hodney Million and attended tho Inter- Kith. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Lambert homo nt C'orbln. and Miss Koolkcr little granddaughter, Nancy, aro visitDaughnro visiting Mrs. Lambert's mother ing In Knox County. Born to Mr. national Convention of Kings Mrs. Mnttlo Coylo ters nnd Sons nt Loulsvillo from tho In Garrard Co. nnd Mrs. Tide Vance, tho tf.th, n flnu was vlBttlng relatives of Hockford 9th to tho HtU of thla mouth. boy. Ills name Is Oscar. Geo. Thck-c- t, ChrisIn and near Boone, Sunday. A. B. MUs (Jrnco Unfile attended the ono of tho boys who got hurt by tian Endeavor Convention at Owcns- Blair purchased a farm recently from tho train nt Pittsburg has been HANDWRITING ON THE WALL OF Shu visited rela G. Wren for $1.200. Miss Lyda Lev- KING ALCOHOL boro a few days ago. brought home. He is getting well but Conllmml from I'iflli rgc tives In IJcrea for a few days on her ett returned homo a few days ago tho others nro still In tho Infirmary way homo. T.10 Teachers' examina- nrtcr a pleasant visit with relatives at London not nblo to bo moved. risk their own health, will still contion was held here last Friday and and friends In Madison County. A. Keed died In n few days after tho sent to blight their children. Prof. Saturday. Thero were about forty who It. nnd Ben Blair visited tho homo of nccldent. Miss Nannie Beatty was Demme, of Berne, found In descendStanley J. Levctt la3t Sunday. Mrs. Wm. entered tho examination. In London, Monday, hnvlng some- den- ants of 10 alcoholic families only 17 last Illch of Hockford was In Boono onu Knglo made a trip to Berea tal work done. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joo per cent of tho children normal, Friday and staid till Sunday. Emma day last week. Mrs. Nora Wren who GUI wero visiting relatives nt this while In tenierato families It was Dan Gabbard has been quite sick la some bettor. Sparks, Grace Sparks, place tho 12th. Tho new school house Miss Miss Lllllo Vaughn visited and Leonard 'Medlock wcro visiting at this place Is now completed. It. 3. Tho Finger of Commerce. friends In Annvllte last Saturday and Talltha Coylo last Sunday. B. Hcynolds nnd Hoy Moore of Tyner Tho old argument for abstinence niovad Sunday. J. E. Holcomb has nnd Tom Lytlo of Moores Creek wero wns that ono who drinks may beconin ESTILL COUNTY his goods Into tho store house where hero ono day last week unloading a a drunkard; tho new argument Is WAOKKSVILI.K Hlgnlto formerly sold goods. J. M. Hock-castWagersvllle, May 18. One of the Mr. Bond, the president of the been Mining, Lumber and Oil Co., heaviest rains that has over Monday. The known In this vicinity fell last Satwas here on business, Boy Scouts of this place aro planning urday, May Uth. A family ljy the to celebrate Memorial Day this year, name of Perry living on Allen Pow"COME OUT FROM AMONG THEM" as It has not been celebrated for ell's farm was surrounded by water cevcral years. Wm. Morris will give hut rescued by Dr. E. E. Edwards, a few reminiscences of tho war and and W. B. Wilson of Wagersvllle. af"The curse of God Almighty is on your business. You L. C. Little will give a patriotic ad- They went to them on horses and know it. dress. Tho graves of tho old soldiers ter making several trips succeeded "Your coffers drip with human blood. will also be decorated. Ecryono Is In saving tho entire family. The "You know it. invited to be present and all tho Misses Kate Wagers and Nettle Nowere "You are barred from all decent society. old soldiers aro especially urged to land and Mrs. Cleona Collins "You know it. begin tho cucsta of Miss Fan Scrlvner last bo present. The exercises will "The Masonic fraternity has kicked you out. The Knights about two o 'clock in the afternoon. Sunday. Mr. and Sirs. Allen Powell of Pythias have kicked you out. The Odd Fellows have kicked ISAACS aro rejoicing over the arrival of a you out. Catholic Benevolent Societies have kicked you out. Isaacs, .May 17. We are still hav- f,irl, the 13th. Her name Is hdna. The great insurance companies have kicked you out. ing lots of rain and some very cool Mrs. Kate Wilson who has been con"The railroads of America, employing more men than the weather for May. Levi Turkey pur- fined to her bed since last Septemvast armies of England and Germany put together, won't employ chased a milk cow from H. C. Davis, ber Is not expected to live but a your patrons. D. U. Allen has started short time. Mihs Ella Parks visit recently. "The churches reject tnen for membership who rent your for Evansvllle, Ind., where ho will ed In Irvine a few days this week. property. next The Misses Fan Scrlvner and Nettli be a traveling salesman tho "Only a few places like the penitentiary, the poor house, year. Mr. and Mrs. G. It. Davis Noland and James Warford were In . and the potter's field arc open to your graduates. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Janiis Irvine, Thursday, on business. Tin; "Of all men you are regarded as the scum of the earth in 'Moore, Sunday F. Cornelius Is build- mud at the ford of Station Camp this world, and you face a fearful destiny in the next. ing a new over his steam Creek at E. T. Arrlue's place Is im "Are you blind to these facts? inlll. Mrs. Susan Pennington and her passable. "Are you dumb to all appeals? aro visiting relatives near mother LOCUST HllANCII "We implore you, for, your own sake, for your family's M. Turner made a call on hro. May 18. Next Sat iiiKt Branch. sake, for humanity's sake, quit the saloon business." Moores Creek yesterday. Messrs. Alregular urday and Sunday aro the C. N. Howard. fred and Berry Little aro buying church days at Beaver Pond. Thero cheep. Miss Suslo Watson and lira. n larco tide In the lied i.ien Tllllo York were tho guests of llrs. Creek labt Saturday. Airs. Sarah Sarah Davis, Monday. Mrs. Esther Cahipbell and family visited Mrs. bu- car of mowing machines. F. C. Jones that only by abstlmmco can ono Allen and Dan Allen and wife visit! nicknell last Tuesday. is having a nice cellar dug. It Is now reach tho highest efficiency. As John Mrs. Mary E. Iurkey, Monday. ed Oglesby was In our town last week on nearly completed. G. Woolcy says, the argument Is no Miss Way Langdon, who has had a o. business. Wo aro having lots longer falluro but fitness. Tho Unit- Hamilton, 0., Letter severe case of typhoid, Is reported In tho farmers are getting May 20. Vincent ed States Bureau of Labor, sums up better. Mart Combs has typhoid fe- a rush to plant corn. Sunday school Hamilton. O.. Aspects ver. of Owsley County, Ky., a rport on "Tho Economic Thomas la nroeresslnc nicely at Beaver partwhile on his way to Lebanon, Ohio, of tho Liquor Question," bas.nl GllAYUAWK church. It moets at 10 a. m. and haa ly on answer to questions sent to Gray Hawk, May 19. Bailey Guinn etopped here, for a sboft visit with a large attendance. Tho apple crop representative list of American emmado a business trip to 'McKee last Mr. and Mrs. M. Gabbard, last week. a Is going to bo only fairly good mis Brandenburg and family have ployers, In these words: "More than week. Kev. Joo Ward failed to fill n"rlg season and ieachcs are few except rehis appointment at the singing, Saturmoved to Hamilton where he has half tho establishments reporting on tho mountain tops. day and Sunday. Tho fourth Sunday las. It. Cah-ba- quire. In certain occupations and unsecured employment. emis tho Ilev. Johnson's time to preach of Hlcctowii, Owsley County, der certain circumstances, that MADISON COUNTY li' K1NOSTON at. Gray Hawk. There seems to be Kentucky, Is In Hamilton visiting ployees shall not use intoxicating quors." Business tnen and even laa good many of the boys in Jackson Misses Ora and and helping I1I3 brother, Meredith, Kingston. May 20. bor unions have liecn fooled Into the County entering the corn growing conivhni THnnnrv suent from Saturday paint his residence Tuesday Is tho belief that "prohibition hurts busitest from the amount of seed corn till Monday with their parents. About primary election In this County, whe.i ness," when In fact to transfer tho on exhibit at McKce. James Metcalf 65 young people were entertaineu .n. delegates will bo elected to tho Naand wife attended church at Gray ti. hninn of Mr. nnd Mrs. Willie tional convention to vote for candi- capital that employed a hundred men It, making shoes to making Ilquora Hawk, Sunday. Mrs. Loulso Tlncher Cornellson, Saturday night. Ico creum dates for presldont of the V. 8 Kim-e- r would put eleven twelfths of the Be-rIs visiting with her children for a .nd cake were served and all report E. Gabbard, who Is attending Willie thort time. College, stopied over for a short iiiun out of a job. . fi timp Mr. and "Mrs. Of each dollar spent In tho manui.rv Mr. and Mrs. Elton Abrams- lslt last Thursday with his brother ROCKCASTLE COUNTY here, whllo on his return from Syra- facture of liquors, labor's share Is Miss Clemmle Abrams of lltchand ORLANDO Mr. ami cuse, N. Y where ho had been to only 2 cents, but labor's share of Orlando, May 19. Farmers of this mond spont Sunday with Iartlclpato In the Inter-Stat- o Proht- - each dollar spent In tho manufac,0 n i. Parka and famlly.-io- nn place aro badly behind with their ture fit tho comforts of life, Is Hi. 2 Webb spent part of last week In Hlch work on account of the wet weather. Powell, Eva cents. Several attended church at Now innml Tho Misses Suda Lewis and MsssrB. Kit and Chester Hope, Sunday. Miss Halllo SingleIn "wet" territory tho cost of liquors averages about $12." jier family. ton of Cooksburg who has been btay-in- g orba lntm Wclib and Dr. K J with Miss M. T. Slngletim return-e- d Eaklu's wero delightfully entertained (It averages 171'J per person for ' wet" and "dry," and tho country t tho homo of tho MlBses Jesslo anu homo, Thursday. "Irs. Hettle Ma-vdn Youmi last Sunday. Mr. and lu almost halt "dry.") But proof was son was vlsitlug her daughter, .Mrs. spent given all through tho Maiuo campaign Jennie Adams, of 'Mt. Vernon, recent- 'Mrs. lnhn Hobliison of Dreyfus Sunday with the latter's brother, Mr. ly. Mr. and Mrs. James Procter visend unchallenged (for It was based .vo. of this place. .Mrs. ited relathes In Paris, Saturday and Cam on tho figures of tho Portland Argus, Sunday. II. L. Smith was called to MrmIv la EDendiiiB this week with her tho leading liquor crgan) that liquors parents, Mr. and Mrs. Noe of Paint Mt. Vernon, Saturday, on business. cost Malno only 17.40 per family, Miss 'Mary Helton, Miss Myrtle Ma- Lick. $1.18 ier capita, with all the defects THE MERR1AM WEBSTER? son and Miss Ethel Head spent Satlit law enforcement and tho ImporLAUEEL COUNTY urday afternoon with 'Miss M. tation under tho federal shield of InT. riTTHIIUHO NEW CltEA-"ecu" Singleton. terstate commerce About tho Kimo Miss Mattle Oweus of TION. covering every Pittsburg. May 17. Wo aro having field of the world' thought, Cove was In Orlando, Ky., Sat- somo very bad weather and plenty of relative consumption of drink was action and culture. The only phown urday, shopping. Miss Nerva Leg?r rain. new unabridced dictionary in for all prohibition states, Prof. J. L. Jones, principal many yean. namely, ono nnd ono fourth gallon had a cow badly hurt by u tralu, Graded bchool, can- Mm l'ltisbure this week. It. Gill's fine cow was of Intoxicating liquors against a naBecaus it define over 400,00a for I a faculty meeting last Monday Wnrtlitt mnmlhinaM, killed, Wednesday, by a train. W. tional average of that Is, six who Bhould I before appeared between two 10 nurnoso of deciding M. Nicely of Uerea was here, Saturcover. 700 I'ttgea. 6000 11' and ono fourth gallons per family In each department. Tho selec- - I teach luMlrmtlout. day, on a fishing trip. Hound Stone against at least 123 gals. er family tlons were as follows: For primary was on a boom and Mr. Nicely swam in "wef torritory, for It would bo Became " tn only dictionary and first grades, Mies Halllo Scoviuc, with tho new divided it from bank to bank twice. at least 25 gallons per capita, as tho Our fur second, third and fourth grades, page. A "Stroke of Qeniua." average of tho nation, half "dry," Is best wishes to The Citizen and its Miss Eliza McKarty; for fifth and Because " ' an. encyclopedia In many friends. 22.86. lino vnlnni. sixth grades, MUs Charlotte Colo. olghth grades and In this connection wo quote as of DItil'UTANTA It Tho seventh and aoflsntari hv tti D...H.. Court, bchool. and Dlsputanta, May 18. The farmers perhaps some high school work aro profound significance a statement of itcm aa tuo 000 supreme ui nro badly bohlnd with their work in to bo taught by tho principal. Tho tho Crown Prlnco of 8weden"at tho thortty. this vicinity. Unclo Garrett Bowles Commencement oxerclses of tho S. B, opening of the Good Templar Sumno wno know Wlam BtClBie Is planning to move to Berea soon. mer Festival, Hossllholm, l'JIO: "Tho M. 8. bogan yesterday. Tho class day NllM... T... ... ..II yon aooui uu new work. temperance movonient Is one of the Thero is talk of sovcral jeople go- exercises wero given In tho aftergreatest of our time, a movement by ing to Hamilton, 0 from this neigh- noon. Thero wero five graduates from w an ilL4 waits to -! . borhood. James Bowman has moved tho high school. Several children jf which tho people will gain C. k C.MUUUAM CO.. rOlkUn.SKWUI.lbM. have whooping to Garrett Bowles' furm. Married on tho neighborhood The final aim and Is nothing less than the most com tho ICth, Miss America Owens to Mr, cough, but nearly all of thcin aro now JACKSON COUNTY bu-cral- ly Hamilton by giving a pnrndo of city officials nnd uniformed societies, followed by decoration of tho graves. In tho evening thero will bo an address, by Judgo It. W. Ilaggott, of Dayton, O. Tho annual Htnto Convention of tho I. O. O. F. In Ohio will bo held hero Juno 18 to 21. Tho principal street of tho city will be decor-ntcand olaborato preparation is being mndo to entertain tho thousands of Odd Fellows In Ohio who will bo In nltendance.--T- o permit tho children of Hamilton to see President Tntt, upon his first visit to this city slnco ho hns been president, the public schools will not ojien today until 9 o'clock. Pres. Tnft will speak hero at tho High St. cntranco to tho Court Houm at 8 o'clock. d, BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Crape Cream of Tartar - ROYAL ing NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE plete posalhlo liberation of our pen-pl- o of from the destructive effects Thero aro, of tho ho of alcohol. course, differences of opinion ns to tho bent way of attaining this end. But thnt tho end ran and must bo icnched Is tho principal point iion which nil nro united. In our tlmo tho struggle for existence book on ntiumn tho people with Increasing sharpness because general development Is progressing with rciuarknblo nnd increas ing swiftness. It Is of great lnuor-tnnc- o to the State, as well as to th" Individual, to wm the utmost exertion not to bo left helpless In tho rear and erhaps to bo finally overcome by a nraru vigorous people or community. 1 bellevo thnt this sharp but at tho same tlmo stimulating struggle, promoting, as It does, tho physical, moral and mental powers, 11 lo SALOON KEEPERS mill-hou- . rd facilitates greater productlveiHs l tho muscle and ncno tuxlni; work powers of our modern times. Those lender tiosslblo great Intensity mid hy moro enjoyment In work, nnd thnt means Improve both the quality and tho quantity of labor. Hut what Is of yet greater significance, this physical and mental strength Is transmitted in n notably Increasing degree from generation to generation. All jit this will so obviously strengthen thu competitive power ol n people In tho world's markets thnt I do not hesltnto to make this assertion: That nation which is first to freo Itself from the Injurious effects of alcohol will thereby attain a marked advantage over other nations fn tho nnilcablo yet IntcnsltM Rtrugglo for existence. I hope that our country will be tho ono which will first understand and secure this ml vantage." 4. Tho Finger of Patriotism. Those wonts of tho Crown Prince represent tho fingers of hygiene and heredity and business and patriotism, and they chime with words of the German Emperor, In Feb. 1911. "Thu nation which takes tho smallest quantity of alcohol wilt win thu battles ot tho future." Americans who have depended mostly on tho argument of an Intelligent self love In fighting tho saloon ns tho foo of health and business prosperity should learn from tho lenders In other lauds tho greater force of tho arguments thnt bring In tho force of heredity, atrlotlsin and humanity. In France also th patriotic argument ts foremost. Because Franco Is a "dying' nation," tho government puts up posters warning even against tippling that fnlls short of drunkenness, "for tho future of U10 nation." C. Tho Finger of Humanity. Great Britain, too, takes up the patriotic argument, alarmed by the falluro of 80 per cent of thoso who offered themselves for tho Boer War to was tho examination, and puts up In a hundred British cities, "by order of tho city government," warn 1 Msters headed, "ALCOHOLISM AND PHYSICAL UKMK.N'KItACV." which adds to tho patriotic argument tho yet larger warning against' rncn degeneracy. As Congressman llnbson shows In his great Bpeoch on alcohol ns "Tho Great Destroyer," degener acy of tho humftti rnc tho world oyer' Is threatened In thu widening mar kets of alcohol. Thu chief piirKitu of tho Brcwero' World Congress recently laid lu Chicago Is to push tho mlo of r In China, Korea, Japan and other landn that have been lens cursed than tjio white races with this rnco k)Isoii. This beer extension movement, like tho movement to Extend slavery to iuv territories. liiould rcuso tho whole church of God to march In upon tho revels or Alcohol and slay thin defiant foo or God nnd mnn. I "Short Is thu triumph of evil, Ixuig Is tho reign of right; H10 men who win by the aid of sin. riio trickster, the ktiavo, tho thief. May thrive for a tlmo On the fruits of crime. But their seeming success Is brief. Wc know that tho truth shall lK-eI God-defyiI triumph, That evil shall rind Its doom; Thnt tho cr.uso of right, Though subdued by might, Shall break from tho strongest tomb; That wrong, though It seems to triumph, Lists only for a day; Whllo the cnuso of truth Has eternal youth. And shall rule o'er the world for a)." THE CITIZEN KNIFE ' I Tho only premium wo aro offering now with Tho Citizen Is Tho Citizen knife, a 75 cent knltu, which with a yearly, or $1.00 subscription, lrfM'a fur 11 'J.r. Heretofore, wo hnvo been giving this knlfo to subscribers when they pay tho S1.25, but that defeats tho purpose for which wo supply tho knife. And hereafter It will only bo given when tho cash accompanies tho subscription. And furthermore. If tho knlfo Is to bo scut by mall, an extra 10 cent must bo added, or $1.3G, to pay registration foo. Wo aro forced to make this change anil tills additional charge owing to tho fact that wo aro finding It Impossible now to gut n knlfo to a subscriber through the malls, recently having had to send as many as two and three to ono person owlni; to Uio fact Uiat they nro stolen Neither wo nor tho subscriber, of course, can afford this loss and tho only remedy that Is open to us Is to hnvo tho subscriber who wants tho knlfo sent by mall pay tho extra ten cents, wo aro already tho loser when it goes with Tho Citizen for 1.25. I wm WebsterS New Iie-wl- International Dictionary lc The Wife or Husband can work wonders with who takes pride in the beauty of the home "H ANNA'S LUSTRO FINISH" "The Made To Walk on Kind" Old floor can be rcfiniihcd in Mahogany, Antique Oak or any color no matter what surface you have, if you work according to direction!, which are simple and easily followed. " HANNA'S LUSTRO FINISH " is alio used on all kinds of Furniture and Woodwork in the home. This Finish does not fade and is absolutely durable, and on this you may depend. Many of the ladies derive pleasure in this work of beautifying their homes. "WHY PONT YOUr FOR BALE BY I B. 1 J. D. CLARKSTON, Berea, Kentucky !- self-contr-