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THIS WEEK'S ISSUE
Our readers should not Uegloct
tho articles which aro apiearinK
weekly under tho title "Homo Course
In Domestic Science." This week tho
subject l "llrcAkfast Suggestions.
Whllo not evcryono can havo tho
menu given, nor would every ouo
want It, tho uugccstlona will bo
helpful to every ono. La3t week's
nrtlclo woa even moro valuable If
that could bo pocslblo, and others
aro to follow.
An aitlclo beginning on tho front
pago should not bo neglected be
cause Its heading Ir becoming famil
iar to Citizen roadcro "Tho Preven
tion of Consumption." Its sussc
tlons and directions aro moro need
ed now than over, and ho Is guilty
of criminal negligence and deserv
ing of less and less pity, who, when
tho knowleOgo of how to prevent or
euro tho dreadful dlseaso Is pressed
tieforo him, will pars It by and later
suffer tho consequences.
WHAT DOES YOUR
DATE LABEL SAY?
CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE
United Stages News.
Prevention of Consumption.
Tho Expected iris Happened.
Tries t Smoko Powers Out.
Heart to Heart Talks.
Our Teachers Department.
Homo Course In Domestic Science.
Sunday School Lesson,
Homo Town Helps.
Shall Women Vote?
Improved Educational Conditions.
Fruit Trco Notes.
Degln Early to Train the Colt.
PACUC EI OUT
Eastern Kentucky News.
New Story. - -
You In It
World Follows Dead Emperor to the
Tomb Mexicans are Taking No
tlce Peace Near between Turkey
and Italy Outbreak In Santo Do
mingo. WOULD HONORS DCAD JAPAN
Tho second part of tho ceremonies
counected with tho funeral of the
lato Japanese Emperor, began in
Tokio, the 13th, tho body of tho
Into ruler being started from the
capltol on its Journey to Monoyama
for final burial. Tho ceremony was
an Imposing one, the dignitaries of
tho naUon being present as well
as representatives from all tho great
powers and many other nations. On
all sides were evidences of mourn
ing for tho nation loved MutsuhlP
as a father.
A gruesomo evidence of that lovo
was the sulcldo of Gen. Nogl and his
wlfo at tho end of tho day's cere
monies when tho cannon boomed
announcing tho departure of tho
Gen. Nogl shared with Field Mar
shal Oyama Uio highest honors In tho
great victory over tho Russians. It
was ho that besieged and raptured
Port Arthur and later won tho vie
tory of Mukden.
Tho suicide of tho General and the
Countess, his wife, was in accord
ance with tho ancient religious cus
tom of tho Japanese, It being con
sidered just and holy to die in tho
memory of a friend.
Tho tragic event, h'owover, but
emphasizes tho fact that an advance
In material respects is easier than
to make progress morally and relig
iously. "MEXICANS HEED WARNINGS
The Mexican Revolutionists, as well
as tho Federal Government, havo
begun to rtallzo that Uncle Sam's
Vatlcnco is about exhausted, and
thero aro ovldcncea that recent warn
ings havo been heeded, tho Revolu
tionists having struck camp along
tho border and disappeared toward
tho South. Orders had been given
tho border patrol to Interfere If
tho contemplated attack on Augua
Prletn, which would havo endanger
ed American Citizens across the in
ternational boundary, had been made.
It Is reported, however, that out
breaks oven moro serious against tho
Government aro growing thruout tho
country, and tho end cannot be fore
seen. Madaro, tho Revolutionist, made
himself President, and it is not to
be wondered at that ho Is bcst
with revolutions, nor will It bo sur
prising If bis Government is over
thrown. PEACE COMING DETWEEN
TURKEY AND ITALY
It Is reported that the) i pcaco
negotiations botwcefi Turkey aud
Italy aro progressing favorably. So
far as tho terms aro known, It is
stated lhat Turkey will assent to
tho occupation by Italy of the Trl
pclltan Coast and oven refrain from
Opposing tho annexation of the Inte
rior. Italy, on tho other band. Is to
(Coatlnurd on ri t Two)
A COMMON FIRE-BRAND
Out of tho West comes Gov. Johnson, third party VlcePresiden.
tlal candidate out of the West to convert the slow and effete East.
And the Governor can teach the East much much as to cam.
palgn methods, much that had bettor remain untaught, if some of his
utterances are to bo taken as oxamples of his spirit aud tho spirit of
the party that he represents.
Addressing tho Progressive convention in tho president's home
state, he is said to havo characterized Mr. Tnfl as "the most humiliat.
ing spectacle in American History,"
Gov. Johnson is a fire-brand, lie is not a progressive nor docs
he seek progress. lie is a fomentor of revolution. His purpose is
to infiamo the passions of the volatile and irresponsible, of tho ignor
ant and the prejudiced. He is the kind that schools anarchists and
encourages men of ungoreruod passions to assassinate presidents.
Cautious criticism in not to be condemned, but when criticism is
lowered to the plane of vulgar abuse it i not criticism. It serves no
wotlhy purpose. Not only is Governor Johnson doing great injustice
to a great man, but ho is bringing into disrepute the highest office in
The Governor haa been too neighborly with Mexico. He has im
bibed Mexican methods and Mexican ideals. And his campaigning
and the campaigning of those like him, if successful, can have nothing
but Mexican results.
How long will it be until wo shall not be electing presidents but
shall witness the spectacle of the highest effice in the land going to
the most ambitious the ono who, though defeated, can rally around
him a largp.coterio of the disaffected and other reckless adventurers.
One of Governor Johnson's own followers characterizes his
onslaught on the President as "the utterance of a man utterly disti
tute of the attributes of a gentleman."
It is consoling to remember that our worst abused havo been our
"It thirats and burnt for distinction! and. If possible, It will have It, Is It
unreasonable, then, to expect that tome men, possessed of the loftiest gonlut,
coupled with ambition tufficient to puth to the utmost etretoh, will at tome
time spring up among utT And whtn tuch a one does. It will require the peo
ple to be united with etch other, atttchtd to the government and laws, and
generally Intelligent, to tuecettfully frustrate hit design.
"Distinction will be hit paramount object, and although he would aa will
ingly acquire it by doing good at harm, yet nothing left In the way of building
up he would eit down boldly to the task of pulling down. Here, then, la a
probable cate, highly dangerous." From Mr. Lin col n't 8peeoh Before the
Young Men'e Lyceum, Springfield, IIL
From The Omaha Dally Bee, March It. 113.
Directions Issued by the
To tho Health Officials, Physicians
and Peoplo of Kentucky:
Consumption is tho most common
and fatal dlseaso with which the peo
plo of Kentucky are afflicted. It pro
duces moro than twice as many deaths
as any other disease, causing ono
death out of every ctx, as shown by
tho oflctal certificates returned to
tho Bureau of Vital Statistics for
tho first seven months of tho year
1911. Our reports show that thore
havo been 0,085 ca3cs of tuberculosis
under treatment by tho doctors of
Kentucky slnco January 1, 1911, and
that '3,225 have died In seven months
since, tho death rate being C3 per
Ab it Is now definitely known to
bo a communlcablo germ dlseaso, a
largo part of this sickness and mort
ality can and ought to bo prevent
ed. Careful and extended investi
gation and observation has demon
strated that tho chief source of
danger Is from tho sputum or ex
pectorated matter of consumptives,
which contains tho germs or seed of
tho dlseaso In countless numbers, and
that such sputum Is cspecallly dan
gerous after it has dried. Tho germs
may be constantly found In tho air
and dust from the carpets walls and
furnishings of rooms, occupied by con
sumptives, whero every precaution
Is not taken to collect and disinfect
such Bputum as fast as It is expector
ated. Most patients constantly re-
Infect themselves by falling to de
stroy their Ownsputum, and other'
suscoptiblo persons inhaling the air
of such rooms are exposed to con
State Board of Health
stant and serious danger. This is
nono tho less true because the dis
ease may not develop so that It can
bo recognized tor months or even
je.irs. These dangers exist to a less
extent also In public buildings and
rooms frequented and infected by
Being confident that consumption
could bo practically exterminated If
tho medical profession and pcopla
could be made to realize tho import
ance of destroying tho sputum from
every ono afflicted with the disease,
tho following rules have been prepar
ed with caro, and should be dissem
inated, and aa occasion requires, ob
served by all afflicted persons and
families, and all others interested In
1. Every person who has an habi
tual cough and expectoration should
havo a microscopical examination of
the sputum made to ascertain It It
contains tho germs cf consumption.
Until this can bo done, or it the germa
are formed, all of the sputum should
bo carefully and systematically, col
lected and destroyed or disinfected
for bis own protection, as well as
that of bthors.
2. Every partlclo of tho sputum
should be received upon soft paper
and promptly burned, or Into cuspi
dors containing a solution of chloride
of Mmo? four ounces to a gallon of
water, or of equivalent strength,
aadattch cuspidors should bo washed.
daleyVia boiling water. Cuspidors In
heieUeas and-other public places,
ueidjfey consumptives, should have
Two Car Loads of Globe and Equity
For Fall sowing, just arrived.
Trices interesting and terms liberal.
See them before you buy.
"THE FURNITURE MAN"
UNITED STATES NEWS
Virginia Outlaws Caught South Car
olina's Governor an Undesirable
Citizen Round up of New York
Assassins Another Airman Claim
ed Canal to Open In 1013 Navy
Grows New Library for Harvard
Pugilist's Wife Suicides.
ALLEN AND EDWARDS CAUGHT
Sidney Allen and Leslie Edwards,
tho last of the outlaws sought for
tho shooting up cf tho Circuit Court
room at Hillsvllle, Va., tho 14th cf
March, and tho killing of Judge Mas
sle, were captured In Iowa last Sat
urday and are now on their way,
guarded by detectives, to Virginia
for trial. Two of the Allen gang
havo already been tried and are
coon to bo electrocuted. The arrest
was effected owing to tho dropping
of a letter by the sweetheart of
SOUTH CAROLINA'S GOVERNOR
Governor Bleaso of South Carolina
who recently camo Into undesirable
prominence owing to accusations
against him for malfeasance in of
fice, has Just passed thru a cam
paign for ro-nomlnatlon for Gover
nor, and on tho faco of tho returns
was successful over all opponents.
But slnco the election charges of
gross frauds havo been made and it
Is likely that In the Impending con
test tho Governor will lose out and
the state bo rid of ita abnoxlous head.
NEW YORK ASSASSINS CAUGHT
Gyp, tho Blood and Lefty Louie,
accused of having been connected
with tho assassination of Rosenthal,
tho gambler, some weeks ago, and
whoeo whereabouts have been sought
over since, were captured In Brook
lyn, Saturday. They aro thought to
be tho real assassins and it is claim
ed that they were employed by tho
police authorities. Tho assassination
Is supposed to havo been due to tho
threatened expoauie of Police Graft
DEATH TOLL OF THE AIR-SHIP
Week after wock announcement Is
mado of tho death cf one airman af-
Continiwd on Tmgt Two
NOW IS THE TIME
to see us about your Roof. Winter will be here
soon. Orders are coming in fast. The price oi
steel is advancing rapidly. The Best Time is
Right Now. TJrop us a card in order to get you
on our list.
Berea School of Roofing
HENRY LENGFELLNER, Mgr.
We have the goods the quality of workman
ship and the right price. $5.00 per square for a
roof worth $6,00 to $7.00 is cheaper than $4.00
for a roof worth only $3.99. Jus like your Gal
vanized fence so your Galvanized Roofing will
rust if you get the cheap kind.
IN OUR OWN STATE
Cantrill has Opposition Endorsed
forlcovell's Place Health Exhibit
at State Fair Not yet Settled the
County Seat Muddle Former Pris
on Commissioner Diet,
TO OPPOSE CANTRILL
Tho Progressive Committee of tho
7th Congressional District has nomin
ated Henry T. Duncan, a young law
yer of Lexington and defeated can
didate for Mayor of tho city, to op
pose J. Campbell Cantrill for Con
gress. Tho Republicans have not put out '
a candidate and If Mr. Duncan could
get tho combined Republican Prog
ressive voto, Inasmuch as there (s
considerable opposition to Cantrill,
ho might stand some show for elec
tion. He has not, as yet, however,
announced his acceptance.
FOR SCOVELL'S PLACE
Tho recent death of Dr. M. A.
Scovell, director of the Agricultural
Experiment Station at Lexlngon, has
left a vacancy bard to fill. The read
ers of The Citizen will remember Dr.
Scovell, ho himself and his depart
ment having been frequent contribu
tors to our agricultural department.
Dr. Joseph H. Castle, now head
of the Chemical Research Depart
ment of the station, has been unani
mously endorsed by the alumni cf
the State University to succeed Dr.
A CREDITABLE EXHIBIT
An Interesting exhibit at the state
fair was that of tho health boards
of tho state, Jefferson County and
city of Louisville. Much of the ex
hibit was of an educational nature,
much literature In the form of pam
phlets showing tho nature of the
various diseases that can bo avoided
by proper caro and salntary measures,
being distributed. A moving picture
entertainment on health subjects, ac
companied by lectures, was a great
attraction to the crowds.
The exhibit was provided for by
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