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Digital page images are linked to the text file. dEREA PUBLISHING co INOOnloUATlml J P FAULKNER Manager Enleml at the Pod opke of lierea Ay a second cfaa InUmattcr II XII Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON KENTUCKY 24 1010 One Dollar a year No 22 S I WE are ready to show you the newest in Nobby Suits and Overcoats Good prac tical Clothes that are up to your expectations in every requirement FINE QUALITY Suits and Overcoats H High Grader HATSSHOES t I ETC At Prices Moody Retires Cooper Taft In Cuba Fall to Death Roosevelt In Wash Ington Cost of Seine Governor Methods of Trusts JUSTICE MOODY RESIGNS Justice William II Moody of tho Supremo Court of the United States has resigned his ofdco 111 health bJ ing tho cause OF NAVAL GUNS A serious of four naval r guns at Indian lead on the Potomac River killed four and fatally Injured several others An inquest to Investi gate the matter will bo held ROBIN COOPER Robin J Cooper charged with the murder of Edward Ward Carmack of Nashville Tunn United States Senator on V 1908 has boon This has boon ono of the most cases in tho annals tho courts of Tennessee and great was state TART VISITS CUBA President Tuft tho first President of tho United Status to visit Cuba is on his return to Roads At ho wade an inspec tion of tho rifle range and other works of tho United States NavalI Station AT WHITE HOUSE For the first time slnco his pros dency Mr Roosevelt visited tho White House Ho called at tho Executive of flee the office and Institute to so the ho had sent from Africa Ho noted with interest tho additions and chan t gee I GOV tile to meet at Oklahoma City on Nov 28th to enact tho leg l lation nocesasry to change tho location of tho state capitol Efforts arc being made to resist this call on tho ground that a two third vote of tho is necessary to remove the soot of the State tram Guthrlo MEETS Ralph Johnson worlds high flight record was instant ly killed at Denver Colorado by the of his machine tailing to work When about eight hundred I foot from the ground tho middle spur of tho lower plane gave way and f the machine with a crash Every bone In Johnsons body was broken und his mangled form was born from tho field by Hoxcy and Brooklns who had boon In tho air When tho accident occurred Johnson broke the worlds greatest record at Belmont Park in a flight of 971 i RIOTS THEN Tho riots in Mexico which we reported In Tho Citizen last week have almost assumed the of an rebellion against the Dlaz Fierce fighting has been reported in vari ous places and many deaths have re sulted It is now thought that tho hoe the situation fairly Continued ou fifth ate II I THE CITIZEN Devoted to the People IiVol COUNTY NOVEMBER Mens Wear IOto20FO- R SHIRTSHOSIERY Popular the R R COYLE 1p L Sena Kentucky NEWS Of THE WEEK Acquitted Oklahomas Wrangle EXPLOSION explosion ACQUITTED November pardoned celebrated manifested throughout 1of Hampton Guantanamo R003EVBLT Presidents Smithsonian specimens HASJCELLS 1ROCLAMATION GutbtlttILegislature Legislature Government AVIATOR DEATHI apparatus descended footFIRST REBELLION antijingo proportions organized government government Interests Mountain PRESIDENT FROSTS LETTER Writes Interestingly of New York Compares with London and Paris Notes Changes Size Beauty Business Headquarters Many Good PeopleNot Desirable for a Home I So many people oxprcsstd pleasure in reading our letters from London that I havo thought I would write ono or two from Now York I am very much Impressed with the resemblance between Now York and the two other chief clUes of the world London and Paris In each of those cities you see a great many I of tho same things There are thi same pictures In the art stores the same advertisements on the street and tho same throngs and fashions on tho sidewalk Yesterday I went into an optical store to buy a self registering thermometer for tho Col lego ono that will toll you in the morning how cold it was at the coldest hour in tho night and thru tell you how hot it was at the warm oat moment In the day I saw that the firm which was conducting this store had stores also in London and Paris in streets that are very faint liar to mo now Every one speaks about tho rapidity with which Now York Is changing Whole streets of good houses that I was familiar with five years ago have boon destroyed in order that now and taller buildings might take their places And there Is a regular mov ing of residences northward as tho business blocks take their places tn all tho southern part of tho city j Many single buildings are so full of offices and so many stories high that they contain In tho middle of tho day sovoral thousand people Dur ing tho first hours of tho morning tho streets are filled with a great throng of people all coming one way towards tho business offices In tho heart of the city Towards tho close of tho afternoon these same people pour out of tho offices and factories and stores and fill all the sidewalks street cars subways ferry boats and railway trains leading away to tho suburbs and nearby towns and vll lagos whore they have their homesI Really New York is not ono city but a dozen or twenty clues each belonging to Its own nationality re ligion and trade There aro more Jews hero than in Jerusalem and they are rapidly increasing Now York is a great Catholic centre with Its cathedral and hundreds of priests and nuns mostly supported by tho great foreign populations that are pouring in In many parts of thp city you can hear several languages spoken on the street The public schools and churches aro doing a great deal to Americanize tho for eigners Tho Catholics in America have become very different from tho Catholics In Italy and Spain Ard of course Now York is tho hfadiiartors of a great deal of the buHutBt of tho country Hero are the lead offices of tho Standard Oil Co and a thousand other great com panics Tho great missionary socie ties havo their headquarters tore And the number of newspapers pub lished Js incredibly largo r THANKSGIVING The President in his proclamation has summarized the reasons for the spirit of thankfulness on the part of the nation and the Governor following him has set forth the States debt of gratitude The reasons given in both cases are the abundance of our crops the absence of pestilence peace within our borders and the amicable re lotions existing between our government and all foreign powers Sullicent causes these for the outpouring of the national heart in thanksgiving and praise but they leave untouched of necessity the many individual calls for expressions of gratitude Christmas and Easter our great national holiday andsome other special yearly occasions are halting places in our rapid pace for the rebaptism and reconsecratiou O four lives by the spirit of the day and we are always much tike better by their influence if we en tor into and partake of that spirit But there la no better day than Jj18nksghing Day for taking an inventory of our individual spiritim assets and liabilities In fact wo cau notdo other than make such an inventory if we call up on ourselves to give thanks and in mosT cases we will find that there ia a great disparity between the blesslu s we have received nod our deserts jJ And by an individual spiritual inventory we mean that our thoughts should be turned away largely from the material That we have prospered in business and that we have experienced poll ing calamitous are of course groat causes for rejoicing and thank fulness but it is much more to the point if we have been enabled to keep our spirits pure have not lost self control have not sold ourselves to vice under whatever vicissitudes of fortune or whatever temptations Here is the real testof our life and our worth and if we have kept ourselves in tuna with the Great Spirit altho great material losses may have been ours we shall not have to be called upon to give thanks but oil r gratitude will pour forth spon taneously But if we have failed in this respect whatever may have been our material blessing and successes we have but little cause for thanksgiving except that we are still spared to mend our ways and that it is not yet too late WHAT DOES THE EDITOR THINK ABOUT IT In this issue will be found a letter from n mountain man now in Delaware in reference to a recent publication in the New York World derogatory to the mountain people Dr Frost mentions and deprecates the same article in his This article within the last week und others of a like nature within the last two or three months have had rather wide currency in Becea and the mountains and the editor has been asked time and again to declare his attitude toward this continual drubbing of the mountain people- A certain young man from the mountains went to live in Boston and attended Harvard College Oity life and New England customs and conditiuns were now to him He took the morning papers and was shocked and horrified daily by the accounts of the diabolical crimes that were a part of the program of every nights orgies in the great metropolitan district mostly crimes against women too horrible for description He learned a new vocabulary- of crime unknown to his mountain fastnesses and his boyhood days Contrasting these conditions with the religious atmosphere that surrounded lira childhoodthe undisturbed peace as against the constant shock to his seiisibilitieHrilio was accosted one lily by one of his professors who in an effort to get acquainted with his pupil asked where he was from Quick was tho reply I was born and raised in tho home of the Puritansthe Kentucky mountains This is the editors answer to the scurrilous articles that issue from the presses of the venders of slander in some of the great cen tore of criminality Making full acknowledgement of many motes in our eyes ho would ask that a few beams bplucked from those of our detractors The editor has a friend who recently traveled thru a certain mountain district and on returning to his home wrote for some pic tures illustrating mountain conditions to accompany an article he was asked to prepare The pictures were sent but they were repre sentative There were pictures of good and substantial homes as well as trio poorer there wore neat and attractive churches as well as the uninviting there was a beautiful school house and an intelli gent looking teacher and pupils as well as the unattractive a bad roadwas pictured but n good and shady ono such as may be seen in many mountain localities was placed alongside of it This is what the editor thinks of illustrating mountain condi tions Any other method is to him down right dishonesty and its only motive mercenary The editor has had long acquaintance with a certain schoolop erating in tho mountains This school has sometimes found it necessary to send its representatives out into the state and beyond the state to secure funds for its bettor operation These represent atives in making their plea for help have magnified the virtues of the mountain people instead of their vices They have shown that they are of good ancestry not the descendants of the white slaves of tho tidewater section of Revolutionary times They have pro tested that theyaro not allclay eaters and criminals but that a small minority of the vicio have stamped their reputation upon the whole owing to irresponsible reporters and they have plead with their audiences to invest some of their savings in character for their less fortunate but worthy kinsmen in the Kentucky mountains This is what the editor thinks about the method of obtaining money for our Mountain Schools Several years ago the editor knew a splendid young Presbyter ian minister one of the best men he ever met This man traveled goodNaturallymany with whom he came in contact and with eyes different for this very reason he saw much that was ludicrous some things that were pathetic and not a little that he thought was rather outlandish Fi unlly this man went to Ohio and when it was learned that he had spent several years in the Kentucky mountains he was asked to write out his experiences for publication His reply was that those peo ple had trusted him and loved him and to tell his experiences with them either for sport or for gain would be to betray the trust im posed by their hospitality and most ofall if they should hear of it all the good he had accomplished in years would be blasted in a mo mon tAs to the attitude of those who have been taken into our homes and trusted by us this is what the editor thinks and if they fail to come up to this ideal they are worse than those whom they profess to want to help w in all tblH throng and babel I am trying to make my way and find the patriotic Christian people who believe In education and wish to make of America tho model republic and a realization of all we pray for when wo say Thy will bo done on earth as In heaven And there aro a groat many good people here people who are using their whole time and fortuno In strenuous efforts to make I tho world better Of courso as It is interesting to tho readers of The Citizen to know something about what is going on Now York so it Is Interesting to here to know something about Iin is going on In Kentucky I it is really true that Kentucky is less known than almost anyI other State There aro a great many t Continued on fifth pate knowledge good T When You Come Into the City either on business or to make a deposit we cordially invite you to stop a moment and get better acquainted with our officers By telling us of your needs or plans for developing your business or improving your farm we may be able to point out to you the manner in which you can de rive greater benefit from our large mod ern equipment and facilities A SPLENDID LECTURE So many good things bad been said of Dr Greens lecture before its delivery that his hearers expectations wero surely pretty high but it is certain that no one was disappointed It was interesting entertaining in structive inspiring educative It was even more than that for Dr Green possesses to an almost perfect degree all the elements that go to make up the perfect oratorpersonalityv- oice thought and the speakers art Taking for his subject The Key to the Twentieth Century he spoke first of the Incomprehensibleness of time that it could only be Judged from the records of the past but that In looking backward we could see that there had been no accidents in history and could trace the plan Then rapidly sketching the west ward course of empire ho came to America And showed how Arnolds prophecy that America holds the yerltied Oxford student had written What America will do in twenty sears will determine the next five hundred years This Dr Green said Is n paraphrase of my theme After speaking of the nineteenth as the century of invention and the twentieth as the century of realization ho enlarged upon tho size of the United States its nnterlul prosperity tho wonderful power possessed by no other nation in the history of the world of assimilation of foreigners In this connection his figure of the grist mill was very striking His closing thought was that tho yellow peril threatening America was that of greed and selfishness LETTER FROM DELAWARE Del City Del Nov 17 1910 Editor of Tho Citizen Berea Ky SirYou will find enclosed a clipping of tho New York World in regard to Berea College which I know is a false statement and a disgrace to Berea and tho entire Eastern Ken tuckyI suggest that tho attention of the President of Berea College be called to this matter- I am a citizen of Eastern Kentucky and I desire to enter my protest I knoll that these Now Yorkers think they can print anything that comes to their minds and no ono will haw the nerve to say anything about it either to deny or admit Having thus expressed my feelings in this matter I shall leave It In your hands to use youf judgment how much to print and what to leave out- I also give you permission to pub lish this letterVery respectfully Chas C Farmer Ed NoteWo do not publish any of the clipping but reference is made to it both in an editorial and in Pres Frosts letter ACT OF A MISCREANT Last Saturday night tho town WAS aroused by an alarm of fire The bell rang and students citizens and the fire company were soon on the streets running from place to place as directed by different signals but no fire was found This Is the second time this fall that some miscreant ban turned in false alarms The Citizen knows no language sufficiently se vere for such acts and hopes that tho criminal will bo hunted out and dealt with according to his deserts JiwayIs to read a I Ii newspaper ow- A IN OUR OWN STATE Program for Governors Conference Tardy Justice In Wendling Case Tho Boy Scout MovementFor Secretary of AgricultureMine on FireiNOT A PLEASURE JAUNT The Governors Conference which convenes in Frankfort next week is not to bo a mere pleasure jaunt It Is to bo a great representative as sembly where public questions burning importance are to be IIfIcussed Not onjy are the Governors I tho 46 states expected to be present but tho 24 Governorselect have been invited and many of them will oC course be there Such subjects as the direct election of United States Son ators conservation of our National Resources a method of securing nn Income tax law a corrupt practices i act uniform divorce laws and ft toithemore expeditiously will bo discussed t POPULATIONfThonounco the population of the state I and fears are being expressed based upon the poor showing of increase made by some of tho cities whose population has already been announc ed that the state may lose a con I gressman owing to the want of I growth TARDY JUSTICE Or Joseph Wendling accused of the murder of Alma Kellner nearly a year ago and who has been in jail t- In Louisville for throe months is to r 1boI over legal subtleties and technicalities and the chances are that after the state has spent thousands of dollars l f- I rhasof motions by the attorneys for the defense which ware only made In an effort to delay or trip tho Judge and get ground for a new trial in case of k conviction Wendling and Dr Crlp pen were apprehended about thoIsame time Crippen was tried nnllIconvicted in three days his appeal has been heard and rejected andfhis execution took place The Citizen asked its readers totwatch the proceedings In each case Crlppen In England Wendling in America FOR RANK NS PLACE ExState Senator Newman of Ver thoI fofw of AgrlcnltureIBOY SCOUTS During tho Boer War In South Afri I ca General BadenPowell in thp de sire to help boys to become useful I citizens organized what ho called tho Boy Scouts Tho organization I has spread rapidly and now has bran tt ifIriotism to whatever flag one may live under Four patrols of eight young men LorIington It MINE ON FIRE Z I State Mine Inspector Norwood re calved information from Stearns Pulaski County lato last Saturday that one of the mines was on fire v asslsItantwith the rescue apparatus authorizedfby the last legislature This Is the Continued on fifth page A ij J H pale TwoTCITIZEN The Citizen1a family newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting Published net Thut d y at Befit Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated I P Faulkner Editor and Manager Subscription Rates rXYABUJ IN ADVANCS he tnr L- ma Months a Thre Months S3 tttrd money Pottoffice or Bxpreu Money Order Draft Keflilered Letter or ont and two ttct stamp Ttee date after your same en label show t- oit date suberiptlon Is paid It It ta not cbanged within three weekj alter renewal notify ua- Mbs1annmbenwill Ix Udly supplied If w Ire notified Tine pmnlnmi cheap with new sabecrlpdoaa MId prompt renewals Bend for Premium LIe Liberal terms given to any who obtain new for ua n one coding ui four rl aubaerlpttonacan redeeTbuCIUuFm IIIlmaclf for one ear AdvcnUlnr rates on application aatraa OJ UMTCCXY PRESS ASSOdATIOK Even a perfect climate has Its off days Any garb that Is waterproof Is the fall style In raincoats Where Is tho use in carrying a hob bled woman to a dance Cholera like Its undesirable citizens Europe may keep at home Sunshine IK all right but the hunt ers moon has its excellencies also King Manuel thinks of coming to the United States which Is a very nice country Eight womens clubs at Panama Between clubs and spades the big job will go through How much easier aeroplane would be to pronounce if we could only call It areoplane There are times when the I told you so man Is more of a nuisance than ever before Cuba hopes some day to get Its terms trained to pick bananas but not to damage shipping It is proposed that all the concealed weapons and their bearers be sent to the Panama canal to fortify it A professor calls for a Supreme Court of Science Would any two experts agree An any proposition Persons of slender means will be glad to learn that they can purchase radium now for only 2100000 an ounce In the present stage of aviation It Is much easier to effect Insurance on a flying machine than on the man who flies It- Any remote corner of the world may wake up some morning soon to find a badly damaged balloon In Its back yard- Decision that the exaggerated ego does not imply actual insanity doubt less will cause many people to breathe sighs of relief Dogfish Is all right as food says the United States fish commission We shall all have a chance to try Itas halibut probably Evidently the Japanese minister who wants to build sixteen dreadnoughts is not afraid of what the airship Is going to drop on them Only once writes a correspondent of the New York Sun havo I met a woman who stuttered Women have no time to stutter Uptodate aviators like the rain be cause it kills the wind and not because 4t makes the plowing easier when they alight unexpectedly Never pin your faith to a woman who says she will be ready in five min utes and is I says Life Are there any women like that- Thoremarkable persistency of wom en of wealth in trying to bring Jewels Into this country Illegally suggests that sntugglcmanla is but a fash ionable variation of kleptomania A man In New York was burled under tonsot granulated sugar lie was dug out in time but few men have had his experience of facing a death o0 sweet Autumn sunshine is an excellent thing to store up before the semi hiber nation which winter forces upon many persona who shrink from cold weath er- A Si Louts man stood up for three hours In ont of the busiest streets after being dead Evidently the St Louts policemen are not In the habit of compelling people to move on millionaire has married a Jchorus girl It looks as if the million aired had funned a combination to put the musical comed hoire out of bus pess REVOLT IN MEXICO FORTY ARE KILLED IN RATTLE AGAINST DIAZS SOL DIERS WOMAN SLAYS POLICE CHIEF Pueblo Seething With Rebellion le Scene of the ClashFrancisco Ma dero Head of Revolutionary Party Claims the Presidency Mexico City Mex Revolution broke out Friday In tho city of Pueblo between the anti re electionista and the federal forces and It Is reported that 40 persons were killed and three wounded The federal soldiers have gotten the upper hand of the at fairA woman killed the chief of police and another wounded a major of in Pantry Many arrests of supporters of Fran darn I Madero the revolutionary leader are being mode all over Mex leo Eleven Mexicans were arrested at Buena Vista and lodged In Jail at Cananea charged with attempting to foment a revolution At Orizaba numerous arrests were made and the police captured a large quantity of arms and ammunition Details of the antiDiaz conspiracy have come to light Tho conspirators had extended their operations to the state of Vera Cruz Hidalgo Coahuila San Luis Potosi Nuevo Leon Pueblo Jalisco Guanajuato Yucatan and Zacatecas Circulars sent out bj Madero or his agents from San An tonlo Tex outline his campaign and announce Madero as constitutional president of Mexico The manifesto readsI Francisco I Madero will place myself at the head of a revolutionary party against the government of Mexico Between the 20th and 30th of November I shall lead my followers against the government of Mexico Of the men arrested here for com pllclty in the conspiracy one Cosir Robelo carried a commission from Madero naming him as governor of the state of Hidalgo No anti Amerlcan talk is being heard now It is true a conspiracy against the administration has been unearthed but it is a mistake to suppono that the participants who have been arrested are of any Importance- So said one of tho highest officials of the government The official whose name Is withheld continued The men under arrest are pelty agitators and malcontents who have affiliated themselves with every group which In the last year or so has or ganized opposition to President Diazs administration These men were first Reyists then Democrats then anti ro electionists more recently they have been supporters of Francisco I Ma dero who is suspected of supplying them with money They are incapable and have no prestige or any quality necessary to successful leadership The present conspiracy had ramifications The police seized arms and ammunition worth perhaps 6000 or 8000 In this city at Pachuca and elsewhere Francisco Madero was a candidate against Diaz at the late presidential election in Mexico Madero was are rested then for a political offense and Jailed He was released last month on condition that he leave Mexico He hurried to Texas COMMONS RAIDED BY WOMEN Militant Suffragettes Storm British Parliament and 116 Are Arrested After Lively rIght LondonOne hundred and sixteen of the 1000 militant suffragettes who marched on the parliament building were arrested after a lively fight with the police Led by Mrs Emmeline Pankhurst the women made a determined attempt to force the police cordon about the house of commons and reaching Premier Asquith to Insist upon the introduction of a womans suffrage bill The women made every effort with in their power to break the lines bringing into play some rare military strategy and football tactics Fighters In the front ranks retired many times to make way for fresh reserves but the police were too strongly In trenched Orders had been given the officers to make as few arrests as possible but It soon became neces sary to jail as many of the women as could be captured After Parliament Square had been cleared the three leaders of the demonstration led bj Mrs Paakhurst were permitted to en ter the lobby of the house of com none where they were met by Mr Asqultbs secretary and informed that the premier would not see them and said that there was no chance for a suffrage bill at the present session Vanderbilt Girls Are Hurt New YorkBarbara and Margaret Rutherford daughters of Mrs WIlliam- K Vanderbilt were slightly injured Friday when their automobile smashed Into a fence Just outside the entrance to the Vanderbilt estate Idle Hour Oakdale L I- Seine In StateOfflcw Paris The River Seine is again rising Friday the water that had al ready flooded the lower section pf the theIJ I AVIATOR IS KILLED RALPH JOHNSTONE MEETS HOR RIBLE DEATH IN FLIGHT AT DENVER COL EVERY BONE IN BODY BROKEN Aeroplane Wing Crumples at Height of 800 Feet and Airman la Dashed to Ground In Presence of Thou sands Struggled to Save Life Denver ColFrom ten to fifteen thousand persons saw Ralph John stone the holder of the worlds avla tlon altitude record plunge In his Wright biplane at Overland Park Thursday from a height of 800 feet to a terrible death nearly every bone In his body being fractured His tragic flight was not without a thrilling struggle with the grim messenger for when the daring bird man realized that the art8ward dive might mean the loss of his life he tried to climb swiftly to the top of his aeroplane lest the heavy machin ery crush out his lIfo The tragedy was apparently due In great measure to an accident on Tues day when on alighting In front of tho grand stand a screw gave way and his biplane crashed into a fence and stopped with a crushed wing It was this wing probably not properly repaired that gave way and sent the machine and Its driver to tho ground Johnstono got away perfectly when he started his last flight Once or twice he circled above the admiring throng then rose to a height of 900 feet Johnstone gave some exhibitions of aerial rough riding making his plane dip and rise dip and rise as though it were borne by some huge Invisible wave After seventeen minutes of flight Johnstono decided to come down He was making a fancy descent known to aviators as the aerial spin When at a distance of about 800 feet from the ground his machine was noticed to wobble several times Suddenly it swerved and the right wing crum pled The part that had been in lured gave way entirely and like a huge bird crippled by a shot It began to flutter to the ground Apparently Jobnstone realized Instantly that death was reaching out for him for he hurled off his heavy headgear and seizing the rods sought to clamber to the top of the aeroplane evi dently trying to escape being caught under the heavy machinery The machine fell outside Overland Park at the corner of Iowa and South Delaware streets where a crowd had gathered on a knoll overlooking the park All scampered to safety save one man who seemed not to realize tho weight of the machine that was coming down upon him but stood with uplifted arms as if to catch the bird like monster Suddenly he darted from under and Johnstono crashed to the ground the machinery all above him parts of it however driven clear through his body in which no bone remained unbroken Youthful Football Player Dies Brooklyn N YAI a result of tho Injuries suffered a week ago while playing football thirteen year old John Fisher died in his home Thursday He was a member of the football team of a public school- Roosevelts Classmate Drops Dead Cincinnati N H Davis president of the Central Trust and Safe Deposit company dropped dead of heart dis ease flees Thursday He was fiftytwo years old opd u classmate of Theodore Roosevelt WOOLEN DUTY LEAK IMMENSE IT IS ASSERTED FRAUDS WILL EXCEED 10000000 Government Attorneys Declare Losses Are Far Greater Than Those In Sugar Swindle New York Assistant United States Attorney Whitney declares that the woolen duties frauds against which Collector William Loeb Jr has begun a campaign will prove the most stupendous swindle yet disclosed at this port since the government began Its Investigation Into customs leaksIt said that the losses in duties claimed by the government will amount to upward of 10000000 In the sugar cases which previous ly held first place in tho amount of money involved the full extent of tho frauds was never ascertained but the government obtained restitution of more than 2000000 from tho Import era The government seeks to recover all the money claimed to bo lost in the last five years by alleged false In voices for importations made by Joseph Brooks do Co manufacturers of woolens worsteds and linings of Bradford England and this city As sistant Attorney Whitney said This Is the biggest case of tho kind the government has ever had The frauds involve several woolen manufacturing firms in England Tho total amount of the duties which tho government has lost through these im portation frauds Is much greater than in the sugar underwelgblag cases AMERICAN FLEET IN ENGLAND British Warships Salute United State Battleships and Latter Reply In Kind Portland EnglandThe first division of the American battleship cruising fleet which Includes Rear Admiral Schroeders flagship the Connecticut arrived hero Wednesday While coming from Tor bay the American warships passed the second division of tbo British home fleet which was passing out Salutes were exchanged Tho visiting vessels also made the customary salutes when they entered Portland harbor ViceAdmiral Sir William Henry May commander of the home fleet entertained the American admiral and captains on his flagship the Dreadnought Wednesday evening The mayor and tho corporation will give a banquet to the American om cars while a fancy ball and other en tertainments for the American and British bluejackets have been are rangedThe men of the visiting fleet will have all tho privileges of tho naval canteen at Portland and of the sailors home in Weymouth harbor This is a courtesy never before granted to men of foreign ships The naval recrea tion grounds have been placed at lire disposal of the Americans and rowing and sailing matches between crews of American and British seamen have been planned Fear Ocean Steamship la Lost Baltimore MdAnxiety for the safety of the British steamship Tron gate was expressed Friday by the agents of tho vessel here The Tron gate sailed from Boston for Baltimore November 10 Five Seamen Are Drowned San Franclsfco Five seamen lost their lives Friday when a British tramp steamer the Oraytows Castle ran Into and sank the tug Sea Prince Inside tho entrance to the Godef Gate CANAL COMPLETED IN 1913 PRESIDENT IS SO INFORMED AT PANAMA Official Opening However Remains January 1 1915Taft GratrHed at Progress Panama President Taft wearing a white flannel suit and flap pang Panama hat spent several hours watching the work on tho famous Gatun dam and was informed that the canal would be completed December 1 1913 The official dato of tho opening remains January 1 1915 Lieutenant Colonel Coethals desiring one year In which to train tho canal tenders and to get tho machinery working smoothly Ships meantime will be granted the privilege of tho canal but at their own risk of delay Incl dent to Inexperienced operation- In addition it was announced by the colonel that tho report that Pres ident Tafts visit was the forerunner of a request of another 1100000000 from congress was unfounded The canal will be completed In 1913 he said within tho 375000000 already authorizedColonel Goothala has recommended to President Taft that the canal be fortified by the military government of tho Canal zone tho army and navy to be represented on the forti Qcatlona board each branch of tho service to have control of matter appertaining to It Tho president was pleased at the outlook for tho early completion of the great work and congratulated Colonel Goethals Ho expressed amazement at the amount of work accomplished slnco nls visit to the isthmus In February 1909 President Taft Is gratified over the results of his three days Inspection Wednesday he went deep down In the Culebra cut giving especial attention to this tho most difficult part of the constructionTho heard delegations of mechanics and laborers who are ask ing Increased wages based on In creases In tho United States Conditions hero differ from those in tho United States ns government com mlscary has been successful In pro venting tho Increased cost in living that has been general elsewhere It in doubtful that larger wages will be paid in the tone- STANDARD OIL WINS CASE Indiana Concern la Declared Not Guilty by Jury Through In struction of Judge Jackson TennJudge John E Mo Call of the United States district court Thursday Instructed tho jury In the case of the government against tho I Standard Oil company of Indiana to return a verdict of not guilty Judge McCall sustained tho contention of counsel for the dcfandant that the United States had failed to prove the allegations set forth In the Indict ment The oil company has been on trial for a week charged with recely ing freight rate concessions In viola lion of the socalled Elkins law The Tennessee suit against the Standard 011 company of Indiana was one of a number of federal attacks based on anti rebate laws to be In augurated by the department of ins tlco under the Roosevelt administra tion and the line of prosecution Poi lowed In n number of significant details the case In which a 29000000 fine was imposed by Judge Kcneaaw M Lundla in Chicago only to bo set aside by the federal court of appeals TAFT REPLIES TO PINCHOT President Gives Ex Forester Permis lion to File Briefs In Connection With Alaska Claims Washington President Taft responding to the request of Gifford Plnchot former forester of tho United States and his brother Amos Pin chot for permission to submit a brief on tho question of Issuing patents In the Cunningham Alaskan coal land claims has Informed Mr Plnchot that he may submit such a brief and ad vised him to send it to tho executive office before December 1 Mr Plnchot Is thus Informed in a letter authorized by President Taft and written by tho secretary to the president Charles D Norton which was mado public Tuesday Tho letter Is In reply to a recent communication to the president from Mr Pinchot and his brother expressing fear that the interior department will recommend the patenting of tho Cunningham claims Robin Cow- open Freed Nashville Tcnn Robin J Cooper charged with the murder of Senator Edward Ward Carmack November 9 1908 was Tuesday acquitted In the criminal court on recommendation of Attorney General A B Anderson Thus was brought to a close the final chapter in one of the most celebrated cases In tho court annals of Tonnes see Mother Held for Child Murder Philadelphia Mrs Anna Kelly thirty five years old but the mother of 19 children was Friday geld for further hearing on n charge of killing her youngest child through neglect Four teen of her children aro dead and five have been adopted Dlx Campaign Bill 4372 Albany N Y GovElect John A Dlx spent 437232 in aid of his campaign according to a statement of election expenses filed with the secre tart of state Friday LIQUORS WILL EXCITE RIOT Unique Advertisement of Tombstone Arizona Saloon Keeper Is Ex tremely Frank Tho Medical Journal prints tho fol lowing and credits It to an unidenti fled lay exchange Tombstone Ariz claims to havo the frankest saloon keeper In the United States Ho keeps tho Tcmplo Bar saloon and advertises his business In a remarkable manner Ho has had curds printed bearing tho following wordsFriends and Neighbors I am grate ful for past favors and having sup plied my store with a flno lino ot choice liquors allow mo to Inform you that I shall continue to mako drunkards paupers and beggars for tho sober Industrious respectable part of the community to support My liquors will exclto riot robbery and bloodshedThey will diminish your comforts Increase your expenses and shorten life I shall confidently recommend thorn as suro to multiply fatal acci diseasesI life oth and all of peace They will make fathers fined wives widows children or phans and all poor I will train your sons In Infidelity dissipation Ignorance lewdncss and every other vice I will corrupt tho ministers of re Ifglon obstruct tho gospel defile the church and cause as much temporal and eternal death as I can I will thus accommodate tho publlcIt may bo at tbo loss of my neverdying soul But I have a family to support the business pays and the public eucour egos It I havo paid my license and tho traffic is lawful and If i dont sell It somebody will I know tho Blblo says Thou shalt not kill no drunkard shall enter tho kingdom of heaven and I do not expect tho drunkard maker to faro any better but I want an easy living and I have resolved to gather tho wages of Iniquity and fatten tho ruin of my species onII shall therefore carry on business with energy and do my best to diminish tho wealth of tho nation and endanger the safety of tho state As my business flourishes In proper tlon to your sensibility and Ignorance I will do my best to prevent moralLpurity and intellectual growth Should you doubt my ability I poorhousethe penitentiary and the gallows where you will fled many of my bost customers have gone A sight of them will convince you that I dot what I sayAllow mo to inform you that you ore fools and that I am an honest saloonkeeper ABSTINENCE AIDS LONG LIFE In Practice and as Principle Is Bens diction In Its Effect Upon Life and Character Wo can point with prldo to the lifework of many men as proof that total abstinence In practice and as a principle is a benediction direct and Indirect in Its effects upon life and character Thousands of men who began life under favorable auspices have fallen In tho prime of their manhood without having accomplished their al lotted work Total abstinence would drinkingledexchangeA statistician of England aft or long and careful Investigations comparisons and observations has cs lnbllshcd the following facts Between the ages of fifteen and twenty where ton total abstainers die eighteen moderato drinkers dlo Be thirtytontho latter Between thirty and forty years forty moderate drinkers to ten abstainers die That Is A total abstainer twenty lIyJngfortyfour onlynttcen abstainerhas mOlleratodrinkerand onehalf years longer At forty n total abstainer has R chance of living twentyeight years more and a moderate drinker only eleven and twothirds Wo may talk and wrlto as elo teenhundred lIquorsunless wo add tho actual money value of tho wasted mental and physical to noblomoderato drinking A Great Peril offorcomuch greater for the son of that man who inherits high power without self control and tho capacity to enduro DayCongregation THE CITIZEN Page Three ROUND rlTHE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL KENTUCKYt++ c+++ +So +oH THE RECENT ELECTION State Commission Will Canvass Votes Next Week Frankfort A meeting of the etato election commission hue been called rot Monday November 28 1o canvass the returns and dssuo certificates to too successful candidates for congress appellate Judge In tho recent dice tntion Tho law requires Ibo commts to most on tho third Monday nit er tho election and the 28th will be the third Monday- PRESBYTERIAN MINISTERS Entertained at Former Home of Thoroughbreds Frankfort Twontyflvo Prcsbyte rlnn minister members of the West Lexington Presbytery wero entertain td by Dr J A Alexander this week at Woodbum farm near this city the homo of AbdaUah Mambrlno Chief Ifnrold Almost Maud S JayByeSee and otter Doted tornow horses Wants His Share Frankfort W MoC Johnston filed Rpk In circuit court agulnst ll J Thompson Floyd Day and the New nell Jollloo Oowl Co Incorporated and asks that the defendants Thompson and Day bo required to driver lo the plaintiff 1180 shores of atock In the corporation worth tho par value ot 118000 or In oso Hio tock can not be delivered that bo bo awarded Judg moot for tho suns of 17700 the differ face In the price at which ho con traded for tho stock and Its proient market valuo and that tho corporation bo required o pay to hint all dlvl leads ilwt may bo pall In the future on such stock Court cf Appeals Frankfort The court of appeals re versed tho eaee or Stonowall J Ituford acNlnat UeMto Hopewoll and others from Joffuion county and ordered a now trial She was hurt by being struck by Bufords automobile and tht jury bavo hor a vordlat for 2600 and UK court says that tho amount award ed tsar was xcose ve and the reversal t was on that ground alono as the de otalott tmytt Mist tho cteuff ttr was very negHptmt Tho case of Asher against the City of Ptnovtllo won affirmed tho court holding that Asher mutt pay tho taxes OMMMd by tbo city on his t 0i onal property at something like 100000 llState Warrants to be Paid Frankfort Tho fit oaU for Inter ottboarlng rranta to bo proatnted for payment will bo made by Oapt Hd Parity MAto treasurer sometime dur ing December when It Is hoped to payoff a lane number of line warrants On account of tile collection of state and county taxes during the latter part ot tills month and ibo first of Docom bur tho agate It la sold win have a large sum of money on land and will bo able to pay off a portion of the floating U4 t now outstanding FranWortIltlsouglt the blue gees Motion of the stale toasts of tho richest soil In the world Puloakl county In the hoar of tho mountains oonioe to tho front as the producer of corn at the rate of 121 buehels an acre TJIIs report has been received by Com mJMtonw lUnkln and tbo corn WM iJJgrown front seed furnished by him to s fOO1 children of the county for the corngrowing con lost SALARY LAW UPHELD Frankfort That section of the state constitution which fixes the salary of state county and city officials before thay are elected to office and provid ing that tho salaries shall not be low ered or Increased during their term of offlao was uphold by the court ot appeals In the case of Frank P Damns auditor against John C Dugy after nay for Christian county- DELEGATES NAMED Frankfort Oov VIllson appointed delegates to the Lakes to lhe Gulf Deep Waterway association to ho held in St Louis November 25 and 26 They are the congressmen and congressmen elect mid Crept Max Seobolt Pink Varble Charles H Oohmor Isadoro Forst A II 1ppncomb G Wilbur Rubloy OHmor S Adams and James E Doreland all of Louisville Frankfort As a result of the opln ion delivered by Appellate Judge Hob ron In the case of the Commonwealth against Owen Qlass of Lexington It rests absolutely with tho people of Kentucky whether or not bribery in elections Is permitted prevented or stopped The court of appeals decides that tho buying of an elec lion certificate Is brlbory and that any person guilty of buying an elec lion certificate for any purpose what soovor Is liable for an Indictment on tho charge of bribery and should bo tried accordingly t I REPORT FROM HOSPITAL Frankfort McKenrle IL Todd state inspector and examiner has flied his report with tho governor on the annual Inspection of tho Association sanatorium at Hazelwood Tho report as made by Mr Todd covers 20 typewritten pages and Is thorough as to the condition of the Institution tho expenditures ot all moneys and the general business man ugoment of the sanatorium The cost of tho maintenance of tho Institution is necessarily large owing to tho fact that there is not sufficient room to care for a number of patients who apply for admission which makes the average cost of a small number of patients much larger than it would be if an additional number could be cared for STATUE OF LINCOLN Speed Gift to Occupy Place In Corridor of Capitol Frankfort A replica of tho Lincoln statue which Is being modeled by A A Welnmann of New York was put up In tho rotunda of the capitol so that the sculptor could see whether or not ho has the right height of base and figure for tho statue Tho statue Is to be placed in tho rotunda and as It can be viewed from tho first and second floors It roust look wen from either place The statue Is to bo tho gift of J D Speed of Louisville It shows Lincoln standing and the figure of the man is about seven feet tall on a base four feet high HORSES BURNED Frankfort Two yearlings brothers to Cherryola and Lalurcolla wore burned almost to death hero In a horso car The colts with eight others belonging to Catosby Woodford and J T Ireland were being shipped to Mex ico City A lantern In tho car was knocked down when the freight pulled cut and before the trait had gone a half mile tho end of tho car was a mass of fumes The yearlings were in charge of Chester rakes who was painfully burned trying to rescue the horses FARMERS MEETINGS Frankfort F armors week at State College ot Agriculture will be Jan nary 3 to January G 1011 and tho main features ot the week will be tho annual corn show of tho State Corn Growers association farmers corn school and the meetings of the Kern tucky Swine Breeders Kentucky Sheep Breeders Kentucky Beef Cattle associations the Kentucky Dairy Cattle club and tho Kentucky Horse Breeders association I News in Kentucky 1 OphlrJohn M Cantrlll baa been appointed postmaster at Ophi- rLoulsvIlleSubscriptions to the Castloman statue fund Imo reached a total of S347 Mt Sterling The residence of W P Apporson caught fire and was de stroyed Loss 1000 Partially in curedNieolasvtlle Tho 30000 damage suit of George Logan against tho Kentucky Barytos Co has loon compro mined for 3BOO and costs Frankfort Gov Willson will spend Thanksgiving In Louisville and then attend a meeting of the Gulf Deep Wa tar Ways association in St Louis Paris Fire originating from un Imown sourer destroyed tho country homo of W W Palmer occupied by James W Wade Tho loss Is 400- 0LoulsvliloTire first direct Importa lion of tea to LoulfiVlllo from China was received when two carloads 567 cases ot tho oriental loaf reached bore from Shanghai China- Frankfort Kelly Berry a negro boy 19 years oM had his right arm pulled out by machinery at tho Kentucky river mills and ho may die from the effects ot tho shock Cynthlana Paducah was selected as tho convention city In 1911 by this General Association of Kentucky flap tists Dr J W Porter of Lexington will preach the annual sermon Paris Tho three year ald daughter of Andrew Ponco was burned to death when its clothing caught fire from an open grate Mrs Pence was badly burned about tho taco and neck in trying to extinguish the flames Frankfort Lloyd H Lewis and F F Hall two Kentucky midshipmen atI the United States Naval academy at Annapolis tire included among thoso sick with typhoid feve- riholpsFollowing the assassination of II F Blankcnablp here Blanken ships young wlfo and n man known as Hyereca Collins are undor arrest Ulaukcnshlp was shot to death as ho slept in his bed- MEDICAL AUXILIARY MEETS Maysvllle The Eastern auxiliary of the Kentucky Medical association met hero in annual session They wero welcomed with an address by Mayor J Wesley Lee Physicians wero present from Louisville Vanceburg Fuller ton Covington Maysvlllo and Man theater O After transacting routine business and reading papers officers were elected as follows D E Mor gan Maysvlllo president J W Wells Vancoburg vlco president M S Meadows Fullerton secretary and treasurer WASHINGTON lOSES PROMINENT FIGURE Attorney in Department of State Dies WAS KNOXS RIGHT HAND MAN Has Proved His Worth and Might Have Reached Higher PlacesAp pointed by President McKinley and Handled Important Cases Washington Henry Martin Hoyt counselor for the department of state and a classmate of President Taft at Yale died at his homo hero from per tonitis Mr Hoyt was taken ill in Canada while there in connection with reciprocity negotiations between tho United States and that country Since his return to Washington he had been confined to his homo The body of Mr Hoyt will be taken to his homo city Wllkesbarre Pa for burial which will bo private Hoyt was the strong right arm of Philander C Knox when the latter was attorney general In fact he made himself so indispensable to his chief that when Mr Knox became sec rotary of state ho lost no time in ob taming the transfer of Judge Hoyt from the department of justice to his own field of action Mr Hoyt came Into the department as an assistant attorneygeneral in 1879 Ho was appointed by President McKinley and served In that position until March 31 1093 when ho was ap pointed solicitorgeneral by President Roosevelt to succeed John K Rich orda WhUo ho solicitorgeneral Mr Hoyt prepared and argued several noted cases with success Many of these woro of a constitutional charac tcand the trace of his work is left in the law of tho land MEXICO STILL UNSETTLED I Uprising Noted In Several Places But Troops Now In Control Zacatlcas A pitched battle took place In tho streets between troops and revolutionists and from 100 to COO persons wore slain Guerrero Fighting between revolutionists and troops waged here The troops now are in control About a scoro are reported killed including tome women and children Martial I law has been declared This place Is about 50 miles from Cotulla Texas and is tho city which Francisco I Mad oro tho alleged revolutionary leader calls home Ho was making his way hero when he was last seen In Texas The Madero estates Ho In this part of Mexico No further word has been hoard of Madero himself here but it Is believed ho is in the neighborhood Mexico CityThe Insurrection which was said to have been planned against to government failed to ma tcrlallzo throughout tho republic though much fighting Is reported In various places In Vera Cruz Puebla Pachulca and Orizaba everything is quiet CHURCH DOORS CLOSED Count Tolstoy Remains Will Not Receive the Rites of the Church St Petersburg Tho church In tho persons of Metropolitans of St Peters burg Moscow and Kiev and Louanoff chief procurator of tho Holy Synod decided to leave things as they were In respect to Tolstoy Tho plenary synod has not been called and tele graphic Instructions havo been dls patched to tho bishops informing them that requiems were not permissible Burial according to the rites of the orthodox church is considered out of tho question Tho government intends according to announcement to cooperate with tho church In the enforcement of its decision although both the emperor und Premier Stolypln havo Indicted their desire that the great Russian 1e burled with tho Russian rite Four Drowned Sault Oto Marie Mich Four per sona wero drowned near hero when a rowboat capsized la tho St Mary rlv ereThor were Fred Parker Cecil Drown and Reginald Lovl all prom nent young men of Sault Sto Marie Ontario end John Shorward night ferryman who used tho rowboat after tho steam ferry had ceased for the day Three passengers aboard the boat were rescued when tho little craft capsized Rome Tho Consistory will not take placo until tho beginning of thee com ing year owing to tho still unsettled conditions of politics in Portugal and Spain An official statement may bo Issued regarding relations with the republic of Portugal Muncie Ind Jesso Clarkson 21 and Leo Branson 17 are charged with entering too homo of George Oarml ohaol and at tho point of a revolver compelling a daughter to give up II email awn of money and Jewelry Ar rested on suspicion they confessed e asas I THE MARKETS j Cincinnati Miscellaneous Poultry Hens lOc Ib spring chickens 12c Ib ducks 14c turkeys 16c geese flallc lb Butter Cream ery extra 33c firsts 32c fancy dairy 22c Eggs Prime firsts 36c firsts 33c ApplesFancy 560 a brl choice 450 a brl Carrots Ga20c dozen Eggplants Home grown 3a350 a crate Grapes California 160alCO Malaga 5a550 a keg OrangesValencia 4ao- 41i0 Onions Yellow C0a75c white 90al per bu PotatoesEarly Ohio UBO a brl Michigan and homegrown 160al5 a brl sweet potatoes Vir ginia yellow l75a2 brl Jersey 335 a bbl Pineapples 350 a crate To matoesHome grown Jlal25 brl Cincinnati Grain Market FlourWinter patents 420a4Cfi do family 310a330 low grade 240a 2CO spring patent 550a565 do fancy 475 a510 WheatNo 2 red 94a 98c No 3 red 92a94c No 4 80a86c COrnNo 2 white 52a54c No 3 white 53a534c No2 yellow 5Ca55Hc No 3 yellow G4a55c No2 mixed 544 a55c No3 mixed 54a544c Oats No 2 white 35a36c standard white 34a35c No2 mixed 33a34c Hay No1 timothy 1850al9 No2 17a 1760 No 1 clover mixed 1660al6 No 1 clover 12al250 No 2 clover llall25 MaltSpring barley 93a 94c Barley No 2 spring 86a88c No3 spring 80a84c RyeNo2 81a82c bu No 3 78a30c bu- Cincinnati Live Stock CattleShippers 460a575 butcher steers extra 535a5CO good to choice 425a525 heifers extra 4COa575 good to choice 375a440 cows extra 42Ea440 good to choice 3C5a415 canners 17Co250 Bulls Bologna 365a425 extra 436a450 Calves Extra 9CO fair to good 775a925 HogsGood to choice packers and butchers 71Ca720 mixed packers 7 a735 common to choice heavy fat sows 460a675 pigs 110 Ibs and Ifts 450 720 SheepExtra 375a4 good to choice 325a3G6 LambsExtra 6 yearlings 375a- 5PRICES ARE LOWER Trade Has Been Stimulated Although Profits Have Not Been So Large Good Weather Helped New York =R G Dun Cos week ly review will say The volumo of transactions is still below highwater mark but a fair de greo of activity exists throughout the country and this is reflected in the re ports from tho principal Industries and the leading cities This measure of activity is more in evidence than is the profit of business narrowed as it is by tho high cost ot labor and ma terial Tho actual movement of trade is helped by the tendency to declining prices Iron and Steel Definite signs of improvement appear in iron and steel although busy ness from tho railroads has not developed as quickly as usual at this season of tho year Further rail pur chases Involving a substantial ton nage have been made for 1911 deliv cry however and other announce ments are expected Better reports are received from leading pig iron cen ters where some Important contracts have been placed and prices aro de veloping firmness in certain districts Cotton Goods Progress is noted in special lines of cotton goods offered for spring and two 9r three instances are cited of full offerings being sold up and with drawn On the other hand the do mand for print cloths convertibles has fJllon oft and prices are easier Shoes and Leather New business In footwear IE limited and most New England plants are run ning on short time Reserve contracts are meager Sole leather sells In a steady way for small quantities and rules firm and some buyers report prices stronger for Inferior foreign hide tannages but unsatisfactory con ditions continue to bo reported in up per stock New York Bradstreets will say Favorable central features in this weeks trade reports comprehend bet ter distribution at retail duo to cool weather somewhat larger fllllngIn orders for which tho advance of the sea son and light buying by retailers earlier In tho year are responsible tho realization of cheaper meat supplies at least as regards wholesale prices firmer feeling In pig iron and Increased business in holiday goods Groceries seasonable lines of hard ware and winter wearing apparel show most activity Preparing for Spring There Is more doing on spring ae count but business In this respect Is still marked by conservatism and buyers in many lines seem disposed to hold off because prices are not to their liking Salutary changes in the situation are reflected in tho quieting down on speculation especially fn securities and cotton from which tho public seems comparatively absent vnd in the recession of many commodity prices Business Failures Business failures in tho United States for tho week ending November 17 were 248 against 207 last week 232 In the like week of 1900 273 in 190H 265 in 1907 and 212 in 1906 Business failures InCanada for the Week number 16 which compares with 31 last week and 26 in like week 1900 j l Where my Aunt Lizzies is Is where We flo Thankstflvin Day an she Wears tortle shell combs In her bllrrAn s Just as nice as she can be I An its th country there an aint No street cars nor policemen O An if you ever scratch the paint She lets on like she doesnt know J An where Aunt Lizzies Is Is trees c- An once we went in summer time An I got qualntcd with th bees An she dont care how much I climb j But now th bees Is gone to sleep But my Aunt Lizzie she can get Th honey at th bees all keep Out where their funny houses set An my Aunt Lizzie she makes pies s- An she has jelly too an jam An pickles tooth bltfffest elzel An quince pcserves an cake an bam An apple butteryes an lots 4IOf other butter I An she cooks More things in tfrea big pans an potsfAn talks about how hot she looks An my Aunt Lizzie says at IIJust ought to stay right there wit hexv An says shell warrant byanby My cheeks d both be redyes sir ri An my Aunt Lizzie cooks more things i1 An you could buy in any store An calls her pickle peaches clings An asts us all to take some morecf d r An my Aunt Lizzie when we go To her house on Thankstflvin Day K Shes got her yard filled full of snow f She says just so at I can play An she makes pa an ma keep still An let me have four kinds of cake An I eat full as I can fill + An then I have th stomach achelI r AS 11 4 HANKSGFIN is the time when turkeys go up to thirty cents a pound and errybody begins to think that before long they will hafto go broko buyln Christmas presents Thare aro lots of peoIpie in the world too poor to be able to let tho market man skin them out of thirty cents a pound for turkeys so they otto be vary thankfuL Thanksglvln started away long ago when tharo wasent but a few people in this country and they lived away down east and tharo wasent any rale rodes so thay couldnt go home for Thanksglvln dinner so thay concluded to havo there own Thanksglvln Thay was colonists and they colonlsted on Fllmuth Rock wlch is on the edge of the ocean and costs you twenty five cents to see unless your ancestors como over on the Mayflower The Mayflower was a boat that come from England once with a lot of people In it and a lot of clocks and spinnln wheels and things Unkel Bill sea thane must have been a whole fleet of Mayflowers bccos ho has seen enough clocks alone to fill 2 ships hlssclf If your ancestors come over in the Mayflower your ma has got tho right to sniff at somebody else that only got Into this country by waltln till that could come over in seven days and play poker all the wayTharo Is also the dotters of the revolution and some more dotters of tho revolution and thay have conven Lions every year and tharo pictures is In the papers thay almost have fltcs with each other electln presdents and things Unkel Bill sea hay are like a sewln society accordln to Hoyle but the people that got up Thanks llvln was here before the revolution and they dldent have enough to cat all one year Thay rote home for tnunney but dldnent get any and so thay had to go to work and rase crops std animals to eat TJnfcol BUI sea they vaa oo DOOI for a while that evry faraly had from tea to forty dogs The Igrotes wlch live In the Phlll 77 peen lands eat dogs they have BO many also people huntln tho northipole eet dogs Unkel Bill sez he dont see why they cant find the north pole I if they will only take a lot of saint II burnard dogs along Instead of poodles In the north pole the nltes Is C months long when people go out to spend the evenln they hot to pack thara trunks for a long visit We should all be vary thankful that wo dont live in the Phlllpecn Hands or hunt the north pole In the Phil Unkel Bill Sea peen stands Is tho revoluUon of in natives In the north pole is the rev olutlon of the erth on its axes but tbay dont have dotters of the revolu tion anywhere but rite here Turkeys u good eqtln so Is mints pie so Is slum pudlng so Is cram berry sons eo I think w can all bo thankful at at least mulch obUa 4 F Page FotirTHE CITIZEN I I H QoSSShO Women with the tenderest feet can wear this dress shoe It bends with your foot follows every move ment just as a glove moves with your hand You wouldnt believe a shoe could be so comfortable Try ite- eI how different a fashionable style like this feels in the Red Cross Shoe High Shoes 4 450 and 5 Ox TnoIe INt fords 350 and 4 EUFRCOYLEIBEREA KY You pay less or get more dP ososososososoeososososososoeosoeopoeososoeososoYOe eo s i Berea and Vicinity s e0- o 0- o o GATHERED FROM A VARrETY OF SOURCES j e oS 0s eoeoaosososoeosoiosofioaoSoaolioteoeoso5osososotososo s DR BEST DENTISTCITY PHONE lea OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE DAN H BRECK Fire Life and Accident Insurance Phone 505 Richmond Ky Buy your CELERY and LETTUCE at College garden Phone 122 tIJn Mullctt Supt Mr W R Gabbard ot Wallaceton f was In town Saturday Mrs Will Duncan and little son Rus sot who have been making on ex tended visit with Mrs ents Mr and Mrs James JacksonII left last week for their homo cinnati Mr Samuel Robinson being called away to the mountains did not get to flU his regular appointment Wednesday evening Miss Mollle Gulnn is sick this week I Mr Robert Case was culled to his on of the serious 111 of his sisterI1home Laura Jones is having her I Millinery Great reduction in Ida Lewis is spending a few weeks in Richmond She Is receiving treatment at the Gibson l WANTEDAll good InUrmalI cents per pound Eggs 20 cents per dozeng J S Gott on Depot Street The Lodge of the Grand Army of the Republic and the Womans Ref lief Corps met Saturday at the Union Church for their regular monthly meeting I For Shoes Clothing and Heavy Un derwear go to R J Engle Berea Ky I The members of the College Freshman I class wont to the Caves Saturday Ladles I have as good a trimmer as you will find in any city if want your hat made to order by anyI t picture or style that suits you with satisfaction guaranteed Come at once as I shall only keep her two weeks longer this season Mrs Laura Jones Mrs Elnora Simpson of Monticello has been vlsltug at the homo of her parents Mr and Mrs T A Robin sonMr Frank Jones has opened a gro cery store In the little shop on Main Street where Mrs Coddlugton has I been selling millinery Mr and Mrs S R Baker went to Garrard County last week to see f Mrs Bakers father Mr Ben Gay I who is very ill with pneumonia fever Mrs Roberts and children of Okla homa are visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Tom Gulnn Mrs Roberts Is a sister ot Mrs Gulnn Born to Mr und Mrs Ebon Handy a son Raymond Abner Tuesday morning The mother and child are both doing well Prof Ralno preached at the Union church last Sunday the third of his sermons on Heaven Dont fail to see the bargains in laces embroideries braids trim mings dress fabrics and the very best and latest in linens shantungs anddont forget the chinaware at Moline WagonBest In town Sold by R J Engle Berea Ky Rev Isaac Messier of McKee ww in Berca for a short time Wednes day have reduced the prices on every II in my store to cost All now nnd I latest styles Mrs S n Baker Will Gulnn a nephew of J Bur dutto who will be remembered by many of our older citizens Is Meow makZingI yearsEd Hamilton now of Louisville is on a visit with friends and rela tives in and about Boron Mr and Mrs J L Gay arrived home Tuesday after a pleasant trip through the South Mrs Scrivner of Station Camp Vis ited over Sunday with her daughters who are In school Mrs W H BIcknell of Prospect Street Is seriously ill A delightful trip was taken to Robes Mountain Saturday by a crowd of young people in honor of Mlas Edith Endel- I have a special bargain line of childrens hats fine soft felts good styles at 150 down to 60 cents Also schoolgirls readytowear felt bats for 1 down to 60 cents Mrs Laura Jones Lost on Nov 1 between Boone Tavern and Railroad Street a purse containing a sum of money Melissa Ballard will be very grateful if find er will pleaso return same to her or leave it at Tho Citizen office A box supper is to be given Saturday night Nov 26 at the Hayti school house Proceeds to be used for Christmas LOSTA black folding purse con taining f52 in cash Finder return to E E Wyatt Berea Ky and receive liberal reward Miss Edith Endel daughter of Mrs Mary Endel is visiting here for a week Miss Endol is in school In CincinnatiMrs It Robinson has moved in to her house on Chestnut Street rc cently vacated by It B Rutherford Please remember it is Laura Jones that keeps the pest style hats at the lowest prices She gives you good material and you can trust her to toll you when a hat suits you Her maxim is It is better to lose a sale than a customer Mr and Mrs U B Roberts arriv ed last week from Wagoner Oklahoma They expect to make this their homo for the purpose of send ing their children to school They are living in the Parsonage ot the Christian Church until they find a locationHoward Dlzney left the 16th to resume his work at Mlddlosboro The Womans Christian Association of tho Union church are to meet with the Industrial Friday afternoon Miss Robinson and the officers of the Association are to serve tea- WANTEDOrganizers for attract lye sick accident life certificates on liberal contract Write Kentucky Manager 10301041 Drexl Building pennaMRS EARLYS u Dr and Mrs 0 Plnney ot tho Spanish Guinea Mission iu West Afrl latteridressed the congregation of tho Union church Thursday evening Dapple Ogg the daughter of Mr and Mrs C I Ogg tho photographer underwent a serious operation at the adenoidsLand I fully but for five or six hours the little patients life hung in the ball ance owing to tho difficulty of stop ping the bleeding That the Doctor was finally successful was duo to the little girls calmness und im plicit obedience to every direction I given her The parents and friends are rejoiced I that the danger is passed Ive got too many hats since I put two stores together I am too crowd ed cant get my breath good come quick and buy my hats Youll save half your money and Ill live longer Dont fool around any longer this Is the place Mrs Laura Jones Fleming Griffith Is Spending Thanks giving jit his home at Ford Ky I Miss Tillie Daniels of Williams burg whom many will remember as a student last year was married u few weeks ago theIII County visited Berea last Friday ISAVE THE WATER IThe users of College water are- I that the supply is low in the reservoirs and they aro requested to make as sparing use as possible certainly none should be wasted at this time Another thing that should bo guard I ed against ot course atall times butt especially now is fire Tho water I pressure Is not now sufficient to give much protection and for that reason a fire easily controlled under ordinary circumstances might now prove most disastrousProperty holders should have all flues carefully examined and all occupants of property should take every precaution possible I I ICI ESIDES representing the highest type ofLadies and Gentlemens fashionable Footwear the American Lady and American Gentleman repuI I I These shoes look as well when worn as they do in the Store their details of fine workman ship and style are plainly in evidence The millions of wear ers of these splendid shoes is your guarantee that they willt please you Let us fit you out in some of the many beautiful new styles that we have just received Respectfully 1800080800000808000o 0- o isHERE AND THERE s 0 0 loeoeoooe08000oeoo City Michigan preaches the Thanks giving Day sermon in tho College cloOI toIThe Rev Williams is also to preach at Chapel next Sunday night and at Union Church in the morning Mr William Hopkins who graduat ed from tho Second Year Normal in SlateII tho Jiay from Mobile Since 190C he has taught In Georgia LoulsanaI and Alabama and now holds a manont position as Instructor Inj Inductive Science He was married to I a Georgia girl In BIOS Mr and Mrx Hopkins expect to visit Berea fur the Normal Reunion next comment I montMiss Katherine S Bowersox and Miss Mary E Welsh gave the first their teas on last Thursday afternoon of They give those on the first r I and third Thursdays ot each month I William Bowman tho porter at i Ladles Hall was called home Saturday i night by the serious Illness of I his sister who it Is reported later I Is dead Coltonmather of Colorado was i IMrslast week In the interest of the Homo Board of Missions She went from hero to Barbourville She is a friend of Miss Harriet Kyler and Miss7 Myrtle Hatcher i Mrs Frost gave a delightful talk to tho girls of the Young Womens Christian Association Sunday even- Ing on the topic Fear Messrs Ned Ellis Donald Edwards and a cousin of his Mr Saxton were romping at Robes Mountain from Fri day until Sunday ImpressiveIlast Sunday night 0 I j Once W C Engles now C M Canflelds GO TO CA FIELDS FOR FINE AND NEW STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES AND w CONFECTIONERY Right by the Postofficc Everything clean and up to date 0 i Prompt service Miss Morrow and Miss Spoor enter tained the members of tho homo science course at the Model House nightIMllllgan pastor of tho First United Presbyterian Church of Cleveland Ohio spoko to the stu dent body In United Chapel on Tues day morning Ho stopped off in Bo rea on his way homo from Knoxville Tonn The members of Prof Ellis Llvy class have just presented some very fine theses on tho syntax of pronouns in Latin The friends of Mahala Day who last year graduated from tho home science course will be Interested to learn that she was recently married to Mr Jesse Gray and is now liv ing In Dallas Texas They say that one of the young men students In Prof Robertsons class In English history was very Insistent tho other day that the first Hen ry was Henry IV Last week was observed by the Y M C A and the Y W C A ns week of prayer for missions Dally meetings wore held and on Raturday a union meeting of the two orgfinlB atlons Thursday was Worlds Nickel Day and the money from the tap sold goes to the support of some this sloq The Y W C A girls took In about six dollars from the sale of tagsMr H J LaiiKlols the govern ment road engineer has returned to Borea to complete the rood from the square to IJlllpso Street i Prof llalna goes to Montreal the last of the week to give a series of five addresses to the Congrega tional College of Canada on The Preachers Use of Literature Prof Hills was able to eome out At tho first of tho weak and meet hit classes In their respective classrooms Mr Vorgll Stoenrod has gone to his home In Ohio to stay until atIter Thanksgiving When he he will take up the work that Mr C ML Canfleld has boon doing for the College for the last few years Mr Canflold has gone Into the grocery business NOTICE oren Ky October 3 1910 All creditors of W C Parks nON deceased are hereby notified to bring their claims properly proven before me the Administrator of tho said V C Parks deceased for settlement J A Parks Administrator LAND FOR SALE I have for sale privately about 200 acres of fine land 3 12 miles north or Berca on Richmond nnd Bona pike Title Is ono of the best improved tarns In Madison County It has on It a nice brick house with 8 or 10 rooms Tenant houses barns cribs wagon shed poultry house Ice house and many other buildings Two large cIsterns and abundance of stock water Price 85 per acre 13 cash hal nnce to suit purchaser possession The Most Popular Shoes in America JnehkS- dm cm attIinaSHOE upycsrwoa IF YOU WANT- A NEW STOVE LOOK o4T OUR LINE BE FORE YOU BUY JII1 I have just received a new line of Stoves and Stovepipes tAT A VERY LOW PRICE W J TATUMM- AIN STREET given Jan 1 1911 This farm II suo ceptlblo of division but one piece will not be sold without tho other I also have a place containing 12 acres all in grass No improvements except now wire fence Prlco llOOQ 13 cash balance to suit purchaser Besides this property I havo an Interest In some land adjoining tho town f of Berea which can be bought worth tho money If Interested address J W Herndon Berea Ky iI have no agents SaleIA t- VS ORDER OF SALE ra Frank Gay and etc Defendants Under and by virtue of Judgment land order of vale rendered at the Oitr ober Term of the Madison Clrault Court In the above styled action the undersigned Master Commissioner of said court will on Monday Docdnv ber 6 1010 County Court Day at U oclook IL m in front of the Courthouse door In Richmond Ky sell to the highest and beat bidder the tot lowing described property or so mush thereof as will produce the sum of w 297 and the cost of this action A tract of land in Madison County Kentucky beginning at A stono on tho north bank of Brushy Fork of Silver Creek a hickory and two pop as pointers corner to P B lIars N CO W 100 poles to a stake In the Brushy Pork and on tho old lino near a white oak pointer thence I N 55 E SO poles to beginning con taming CO acres more ot less nUll being tho same land convoyed to the defendants by the Richmond Cooperage Co Deed book 08 at page 200 Terms Said property will bo sold on six months time the purchaser being required to execute bond with approved security bearing six per cent Interest from dale until paid to have tho force and effect of a Judgment and a lion retained on tho property until all the purchase mon ey is paid II C Rice M a M a a FOR SALE OR RENT Our farm ot 88 acres two mills north of Baron on the Bcrca and Richmond turnpike This is ono of tho host homes in this part of the county We will either rent or sell as wo have decided to make our homo In Colorado For particulars call on O B Anderson Boron Ky or write to Joo E Adams It R No 2 Bquldor Colo Corallo J Adams Joe E Adams t RHODUS C HAYES HCr 15 ifIyIAIN1 f I THE CITIZEN Page Five RoyRING POWDER MAKES THE PERFECT HOT BISCUITA- lso Rolls and Muffins 4 Crusts and CakesAISend for Royal Cook Book PRESIDENT FROSTS LETTER iContlnunl from arM INge peoplo In New York who have been to Ohio and nil the western States and a great many who havo been to Virginia and nil the States of the South and the Southwest but somehow that mountain barrier at the eastern end of Kentutcky has kept people from visiting us I am sorry to say that the things thoy hoar about concerning us In the newspa porn aro not all of them very fair or complimentary Kentucky has not had recently many men In public life who have been widely known though Governor Wllleou is now counted one 135 William St New York of tho great Governors of our times The papers tell about the Night Riders and tho feuds and the killings and toll too little besides It Booms ns though whenever they wanted to print something sensation al they would find some tale from I Kentucky I was very much annoyed last week ut an article In a New I York paper which told a great many untruo things about the Southern mountains and brought In the name of Beroa They published a picture of Berea College which only showed Lincoln Hall and till wooden chapel that was burned seven years ago Fortunately It was in a newspaper THE Berea National BankNn 1S435Ir Itepnrt of Ihnroiiillllmmf Ilin llrrrn Nnllunnl llnnknl Hrrm In tlii lnl i f Kxtittickj at III Irliulnr Nur Ill IIIIO RESOURCES Loans nud Discounts 10940809 Overdrafts secured aud unsecured 225 73 U S Bonds to secure circulation 25000 00 Banking house furniture and futures 8000 00 Other real estate owned 3100 00 Due from approved reserve agents M 500 04 Checks and other cash items 451 10 Notes of other National Banks 1 105 00 Fractional Paper Currency Nickels mud Cents 5700 LAWFUL MONEY HKSEKVE IN BANK viz Specie 19007 85 Legaltender notes 920 00 10227 8ii Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 1260 00 j TOTAL 178471 00 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 25000 00 Surplus fund 10000 00 Undivided Pro lII less Expenses and Taxes paid 1141 OO National Hank nfites outstanding 25000 00 Individual dossils subject to check 112054 14 Certified Checks 275 00 TOTAL 173471 00 State of Kentucky County of Mndison sa r I Amy Todd Asst Cashier of the above niinied bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to tho best of my knowledge and belief Amy Todd Asst Cashier Correct Attest S R Bilker Wright Kelly Jim W Welch Directors Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 17th day of Nov 1910 J M Early Notary Public I that very tow important people read New York Is a beautiful citymore beautiful I think than any other of the great cities which I have soon It is an island with great rivers sweeping down on both sides of to It has Its Central Park and many other parks along tho margin And although it is sadly misgoverned it is now kept cleaner than most otherI cities and it is full of very beauti ful and wonderful buildings Bereas friend and trustee Dr Cady tho architect has designed some of tho best of these as tho Metropolitan Museum of Natural Science the Metro politan Opera louse and tho Presby terian Hospital Just now two very fine buildings are approaching com pletiontho now Pennsylvania railway station which occupies two en I tire blocks and tho new city library which occupies an entire block Those are all stone which seems I as solid as tho architecture of Egypt and yet has much of tho grace of tho architecture of Greece Tho art musoum which I visited I with Wesley tho other day contains many of tho finest pictures in tho world and the Metropolitan Museum of Natural Science is I suppose the best of its kind By the way when tho Japanese fleet was here a few years ago the sailors all came ashore TheyIthey visit a foreign city seldom go to the art museums preferring the theatres and saloons A city seems to mo like a groat factory or machlno something that Is very useful something that we cannot get along without but not a place where I should with to live always I All the rich people hero have country homos also and many are staying in those homes until after I Thanksgiving time If I were to choose my homo it would not be in a great city Faithfully your friend Wm Goodoil Frost IN OUR OWN STATE CoHllmird from IIIJC pAge first opportunity the Inspectors have had to try the apparatus Later roiwrts state that tho flames wore checked and no one injured TO REDISTRICT STATE Tho committee appointed by the last legislature to present a plan for redistricting the state has been call ed by tho chairman George S Wil son to meet In the Seelbach Hotel November 30th Mr Wilson has a plan which ho proposes to submit to the committee NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from first IWRC 1 under control Later Tho rebellion Is growing and United States troops havo been sent to the frontier FOOTBALL CASUALTIES Tho football season is just clos ing and the time is at hand for counting up the dead and the wound I ed Tho season closing in tho fall of 1903 had to Its credit 23 killed and Ci injured Of tho injured 8 died before tho opening of the games this year The record for tho pro sent season so far shows an improve mont since the deaths havo fallen oft nearly halt being 14 The list of injured is also smaller being 13 Tho decline in casualties Is attribu ted to tho now rules of tho gumo AHEAD OF TIME President Taft has had his outing ut Panama and is reported well pleased with the progress of tho work When the canal was undertaken it was estimated that it would not be completed before 1915 Now it Is said that tho work on the locks is soon to begin and that tho Big Ditch will bo open to tho commerce of the world In 1U13 two years ahead of time Thlii sounds good It is the greatest achievement of all time FIRE FIRE FIRE j N the last two issues of the Citizen we have taken the stand that sound common sense should make every property owner pro tect himself against loss by fire by insuring his property To fail to do so when the cost is so trifling is criminal neglect as many a man has realized after he has been burned out Dont1 risk the loss of property that represents the accumulations of years of toil You owe it to your familyas well as to yourself to secureIFprotection if Come in and see us about it and let us tell you exactly what t insurance will cost you If you decide that you dont want to in sure you will be under no obligations whatsoever Our offices 1 are in the Berea Bank c Trust Co Our telephone is No 184 PORTERHOWELL CO W H POSTER H R HOWELL It will revolutionize the worlds com merce It is reported also that tho cost will bo less than tho estimates HARVARDYALE Tho end of tho football season come Saturday with the great game between Harvard and Yale at Yale field In New Haven The game was a tie 0 to 0 Before the gamo Harvard was suro of winning as sho had her best team in years and had not lost a gamo this season but Yale as usual made remarkable progress in the last two or three weeks and was glad of tho tie In the last ten years Harvard has only won twice from Yale 1901 and 1908 KEEP ON KEEPIN ON Postmaster General Hitchcock head ed a raid Nov 21st on some big concerns in New York Burr Brothers ensconed in the Flat Iron Building for ono and made several arrests This company Is charged with using tho malls to defraud aud tho claim is that they have swindled their sub scribers out of forty or fifty million dollars by selling worthless mine and ell stocks Another arrest was that of Charles L Vaughn a director in a wireless telegraph corporation Ills I ball was fixed at ten thousand dol lars and his company charged with selling a million dollars worth of worthless stock The Postofflce de partment is going at it right FRENCH PREMIER ASSAULTED Standing by President Fallleres In a great public gathering In Paris Sun day the French Premier M Dr land was attacked by a Royalist and severely beaten in the face His assail ant was arrested after being nearly killed by bystanders FIGHT ON LODGE Eugene Foss Governorelect of Massachusetts demands that Senator Lodge the reputed Republican Logs of tho state retire from tho Sen ate fight and declares that if he does not ho will stump tho stato against him Foss claim Is that tho Senator Is not in touch with the new order of things LORDS ON THEm KNEES The Commons seem to havo the Lords on the go in England The Lords have asked that they be given a chance to reform themselves and It seems that they have about decided that it is better to glvo up the hereditary principle themselves than have it taken from thorn An interesting occurrence at the session of the two chambers Saturday was the attack upon tho Parliament by an army of women In our great West tho mon have generously voted tho women equal suffrage but a hard struggle seems to confront their English cousins before they shall gain the privilege It can not bo said that tho English women are conduct Ing the fight with much thought of dignity COUNT TOLSTOI DIES I Count Leo Tolstol tho great Rue sian writer and philosopher whose self imposed exile was reported in The Citizen last week died from the results of exposure At Astapova Russia Sunday morning His wife whom ho had deserted was at his bedside He has been called a preacher of Now Christianity and Return not eyll Id the watchword of his teaching SPEAKS 1N WASHINGTON Colonel Roosevelt for tho tint tlmo since his official departure from the White House returned to Wash ington and was greeted by the Nation al Geographic Society In his first speech since tho election ho describ ed his hunting experiences in Africa and the things that led up to his bo Ing asked by the Smithsonian Insti tution to go In search of scientific specimens Ho excited much interest After the lecture Col Roosevelt held a reception and many officials greeted him DECLINE IN PRICES Reports from various parts of the country say that there has been a considerable slump in the prices of meats The reports seem to come chiefly from tho packers and if not tram them from others interested In showing tho quick effects of tho elec tion So far as tho consumer has been hoard from ho persists in say ing I have only seen it in the papas IT COSTS TO BE GOVERNOR Eugene N Foss tho successful Democratic candidate for Governor of Massachustetts in a sworn state ment says that his campaign cost him 37000 This was 20000 more than his opponent spent The Gover nor in Massachusetts only holds of fico for two years at a salary of 8 000 Tho office has thus already cost him 21000 more than ho will get out of it There are probably plenty of men in the state that could fill tho office as well or better but some of them could not pay that much for the office The poor man no longer has any show for office in this countryPINCHOT CONTINUES FIGHT Former Forester Gifford Plnchot fearing that tho Interior Department would recommend tho patenting of tho Cunningham claims in Alaska asked permission of President Taft ThoI ot i INTENSIVE FARMING J WHY WE NEED FORESTS ByFOCLARK ExPresident Roosevelt has said Tho object of forestry is not to pre serve tho forests because they are beautiful tho that is good in itself nor because they give refuge to wild creatures of the wilderness though that too is good in Itself but the pri mary object is tho making of prosper ous homes You can start a prosperous homo by destroying the forests but you can not keep it prosperous by con tinuing tho same policy Tho ring of the saw and tho sound of the ax were music to the ears of the old set tlers but to continue them means our death knell Wo need our forests not only for the lumber but aa a means of preserving our soil regulat ing our rainfall climate and stream flow Prosperous farming demands good soil sufficient rainfall a moderate climate and no floods We must therefore conclude that forests aro necessary for the making of pros perous homes A third of the land surface of our country was originally covered with tho most magnificent forests of the world Only fifty years ago more than one third of Kentucky was in beautiful forests today about one twentieth is classed as forest land and a large part of that is of very little value But some one may say that wo need to cut these forests to supply lumber for our homos as well as to develop tho natural resources of the section In tho United States we use an average of 600 cubic feet of lum ber for each person in Germany this amount drops to 75 cubic feet In this country wo waste more than ve use in Germany tho waste is absol utely nothing Every stump twig is used as tuel or else anlIinto small pieces and plowed to make the soil rich i Wo need Improved forestry and by that I do not mean that we must Improv1edforests by wise use A tree gets ripe just the same as grain corn and any ono ought to orI until it is ripe it should not be But how Is it with our trees As I watch the loads of cross ties that come into Berea I believe that fully two thirds aro cut from young thrif ty trees that are not ripe and should never have been cut Many young trees are cut for ties that do not bring a profit of twenty cents when if the owner would let them stand just a few years longer he would make a profit of two or three dol lars a piece Tho man who cuts a chestnut oak just for the bark should bo made to break stone on the county road for a week Our country is full of old chestnut trees that are losing in value every year Why not cut these down I and haul them to market One can and the brief will bo filed before Dec 1stTHE PROGRESSIVE WEST Colorado Utah Wyoming and Idaho glvo equal suffrage to women and men and that right has been extended to tho Women of tho state of Washington by tho vote in tho last election Oregon which joins Washington on the south defeated the proposition however Oregon has hitherto been called tho more pro gresslvo and of course It would still claim to be TRUST METHODS The Imperial Window Glass Trust make wages at It and that Is aboutIall any one is making with his tier I Let tho farmer take a stroll over j his timber lot and seo how many I old trees should be removed to room for the young onessee howimany weed trees are growing that are of no value and ho will soon con S clude that tho young and useful trees 1 must be cared for like the corn crop Ji Corn Raising in the South Two hundred and thirtyseven bu shels of shelled corn to the acre nnd that in a Southern State But there aro not many farms even in i the state of North Carolina thatswill produce such a crop Usually twentyfive bushels is considered a good crop and many fields will not make over fifteen How can this be done is the question to be consider ed by the Southern farmers Not with purchased fertilizers Only has it been done by planting legumes feeding thorn and returning the manure to the land In this way only can tho soil be brought up and this is what is being done by many hundreds of progress ive men in the Southern States One farmer in North Carolina who is rich because his land is rich keeps fourfifths of his 240 acres in a leguminous crop all the time Corn fields can grow peas or crimson clover while time crop is maluringTheso can be sown together at the last cul 4 t tlvatlon of tho corn crop the peas dying down in the fall and the clo vcr growing all winter furnishing a green crop to turn under tho next 1 spring both of them adding humus and nitrogen to the soil the latter being gathered from tho airi The silo has not made much head way in tho South as yet but is desitined to become a great producing brief and mutton and fur nishing from the feed lot vast quan i titles of valuable manure Rich corn silage fed in connection with cow pea hay in the warm Southern climate will mako cheaper beef than can be dono in tho North or West Our Southern farmers havo much toilearn before they cease depending on cotton year after year and purchasing Western corn and hay to feed their work stock There is not a cotton if plantation in tho South that should l not raise all tho corn necded on tho placo with some to sell or to feed j to fattening anmials With the proper building up of tho land should go tho selection and breeding of seed corn little practised In the South In a certain section of Virginia the breeding of a proli fic species of seed corn is made a specialty Illinois has forged ahead of most states in breeding seed and I now that state leads all others in tho yearly yield In the South where tho climate is all that can be de sired this should bo dono to perfection and is being done by a few men who realize their possibilities Er recently fined by tho Federal Government I is retaliating by cutting the wages of its employees that is it will make them pay the fine To meet such methods as this Attorney General Wickersham Announces that jail sentences will havo to be Im posed Instead of fines CLAYS SUCCESSOR Gov Brown of Georgia who is soon to be succeeded by Hoke Smith has appointed Joseph M Terrell to suc ceed the late Sen Clay Terrel is known as a standpatter Democrat and tll not expected to be in sympathy with the progressives in his or the Republican partyV w WHEN THE HUSBAND GOES MARKETING- he y always wants the best and thats why they all carry home a sack of CREAM OF WHEAT flour Why not make one a part of your next weeks supplies It costs no more than any other oxbrandmore after yoii have tried it tA Mad BEREA ROLLER MILLS 1 J ANDREW ISAACS Prop I e If 1so t t 7 For the above sum we offer a fourroom dwelling with one and a half acres of land in the WestEnd on Chestnut St Y 1 The dwelling is good the lot high and dry and in a good neighborhood Terms 500 cash balance in twelve months Here is a Chance to Get a Good Home Cheap tjj x PorterHowell Co t jT Page Six THE C I T I Z E P1in SERIALSTORY I Archibalds =Agatha = ByIEDITH HUNTINGTONMASON Author ol ullto Real Agalhi1 I CoM Ore tilerl ra SYNOPSIS Archibald Terhune a popular and In dolent young bachelor of London re ceives news that he has been made heir to the estate of his Aunt Georgians with an Income of 33000 a year on condition that he becomes engaged to be married within ten days Falling to do so the legacy will go to a third cousin In Amer tea The story opens at Castle Wyckoff where Lord Vincent and his wife friends of Terhune are discussing plans to find hIm a wife within the prescribed time It deems that Lady Vincent la one of seven Aersons named Agatha all close girlhood thums She decides to InvIte two of them I to the castle and have Archie there aa one of the guests Agatha filxth strikes ArchIe ass fiandpalnted beauty Agatha I JFlrst Is a breezy American girL Lady Vincent tells her husband that Agatha Blxth already cares for Archie He gains from Agatha Sixth the admission that for him but will require a 91months time fully to make up her mind Agatha First neglected by Terhune receive a attentions from Leslie Freer Four I days of the precious time have passed when Terhune 1s called to London on business Agatha First on the plea of sickness excuses herself from a motor trip planned by the Vincents Later they see Agatha First picking flowers with a strange man The Vincents discuss Agathas seeming duplicity CHAPTER VI Continued Our marriage I corrected Naturally sho said Indulgently nd laughed But I vo always ad mIred her Bho went on shes so big and strong and has such tro mendous vital force Im a little Bur priced that any one of such an open jcharacter could develop Into such n plotter Its ell so frightfully under nand somehow Why cant she come J and tell mo frankly all about It j J whatever it lilT j Perhaps Mrs Chlltorn could throw somo light on tho subject I sug gested v I shouldnt wonder at all exclaimed Dearest Agatha First toyed much longer with her than Agatha Sixth did I shall telephone her In the morning What a smart lltUo boy It Is to bo euro to think of that And I was moro than paid for my happy thought by a pair of exquisite arms about my neck d I wonder what theyll have to say for themselves when they como Int I said as wo were going down to the drawing room a little later O they wont come In together Raid my wife that would be too much of a give away And Just then we perceived Agatha First standing at tho foot of the Btalrcaso waiting for us She was alone as Dearest bad prophesied she would be l Hello she greeted us composed y ly Was It a nlco party Did you miss met And although I couldnt help thinking thero was a now beau ty about tho girl In the unusual bill liance of her dark eyes and tho deeper glow of her color as sho stood there I thought such cheek deserved j a cropperRlppln I said before Dearest could answer nut whore havo you been I thought you wero supposed to be on the sick list today But fiho didnt seem a bit embarransed I was sbo replied I didnt really feel like going way over to North bury with you but I thought a little outing would do my head good so I Went for a stroll- I see I said and thought with Indignation of the scene In the woods even as I noticed that the young lady did not wear tho pongee auto coat lIhe had worn then Left It in the machine probably to prevent sus J picion I thought to myself whllo Dearest said sweetly Thats nice dear Im glad you felt like going Run along now and get ready for dinner Its almost eight It was what we called between ourselves The Incident of tho Chocked Coat that really decided my wife to consult Mrs Chlltern about Aga tha Firsts strange behavior The morning was fine and wo had planned to tako our guests to seo some Interesting ruins not quite 12 miles away whore an automobile was to meet un at noontime with lunchcoi Dearest had been delayed with arrangements for our picnic 1andthe others the Inevitable Freer Arch and the two Agathas had started slowly on ahead We could hear tholr volcoa in the gardens below our windows as sho hurriedly got Into some walking things I had or course waited for far I I dont know but Ill go up Into Terhunes rpom I sall when I had finished lacing her long boots and soo If I cant tlnd that old fishing hat of nine I tisod to sport last summer 1 think I saw Imp there 1 bate to be tut dry on o teutnu llko thin And I threw siy paaama ea a chair in die gust Its la the closet she replied third shelf I put It there myself Though what you want with that old thing when you have boxes and boxes full of good hata I cant to aglne Nothing like being comfortable shouted as I ran up the broad stairs outside the door three stops at a time Dearest was all ready and waiting whon I came down again but I didnt need to speak to Inform her that something had happened She saw it by my face What Is It Wilfred sho asked You look as If youd seen a ghost I have I answered or something quite as startling I say Agatha what do you think I found U old Archs closet Your bat Just as I told you you would I What else But I know she know I didnt mean that Why nothing moro nor less than a loud chocked automobile coat or duster I replied in measured tones Now what do you think of thatNot llko the coat you saw hang ing over tho back of the machlno in tho woods expostulated Dearest aghast Not that coat Wilfred Tho very same or Its twin broth I told her Como now Isnt that lorgel But my wlfo was out of the and half way up to tho third floor by that time Ive got to soo I she cried back to me and I went up after her al though I knew it wouldnt be any use her seeing It since she had not seen tho ono In the automobile IIstood Content te Gaze Apathetically Upon It mobile coat Did you ever Freddy did you ovor And she held it up and looked It over from collar to coat tall as If It were enchanted and could tell us moro than our own eyes could gather Yes I said the very same Then It must have been Terhuno Beyond a doubt I answered thoughtfully But Isnt It too queerl In tho first placo I didnt know ho could handle a machine and In the second where did bo get It from By Jovo And why docs ho have to meet Agatha First In secret that way wondered my wife as we loft the cas tlo and started for the scene of the picnic by a series of short cuts the others did not know But all our marvelling brought us no enllghtmcnt only the conclusion on Dearest part that she would consult Mrs Chlltern on the subject as soon RS an opportunity presented Itsolf CHAPTER VII We arrived at the group of ruins which formed the goal of our walk in good time although the others wore thero ahead of us and were Jant spreading a cloth and taking thing out of the automobile which had mot them there as we came up Hurry up slow coaches called Agatha First cheerily or wo wont leave you anything to eat Lend me a hand with this cloth Vincent was Torhunos request and I foil to with a will and had tho thing right in a Jiffy And maybe it wasnt good fun sit ting there on a lot of Jolly boulders and clumps of rock that I had col lected with great pains and arranged at Intervals about the cloth grinning at each other across Its goodly away of picnic dainties Dearost is a famous hand at plan ning that sort of thing We had camped upon a small rise in the mid dlo of an open spaco whore great oak trees cut us off from sight of the road on the one hand and broad meadows and wooded slopes fell away toward Hartsmoro stream on the other tho latter streaking the green of it all with silver a field or two away Close at band the ruined chapel or convent which we had como to see piled itself In picturesque confusion and wo had reached that point In our morrymakIng when wo wore simply content to gazo apathetically upon It and listen uncomprehendingly to Freer reclto Its history with never flagging accuracy and zeal Ho knows everything that chap And Is disgustingly ready to givp everybody else the benefit of his learning at all times Agatha First was sitting near him tho not making any attempt to dls guise her Indifference to his pedantic discourse while Arch and Agatha Sixth 1 nm glad to say woro carry ing on a whispered conversation to gather on the other side of the cloth Dearest and 1 sat together of course at one end of the square and as I said to her In a low tone so that the others could not hear I thought Arch was claying up to the part sho and I had selected for him that of Agrth Sixths lover a little better than us nal Ho was certainly all attehtioi to the girl at his side and listened to her every word with the eager Intel est of tho most devoted suitor And the delicate face of Miss Lawrence was alive with feeling aid gloved pink even without the aid of the rose colored parasol she carried 0 what do you think she cried in her soft cultivated voice Mr Ton huno says that the ruins are haunted I By tho ghost of a nun that was shut up In tho wall oncol Her really won dcrful black eyes wore bright with Interest and I thought she made n rather dazzling picture in her white frock and the fictitious aureole of pink sunshade about her But 1 couldnt swallow a barefaced whop per like that for tnat nun story le so old So I had Just begun to explain that Arch was chaffing her and the ghost racket his own invention entirely when I caught his expres slon and my wifes oyo Tho former was embarrassed and the latter BO yore and I stopped in tho middle of a sentence as I fathomed tho com blned significance of eyo and look So thats it is IU I thought to myself Poor old boy I Hos sc much in love be doesnt know what hos saying Anything will do as long as sho will listen I And Im deuced glad to see it tool But Freer showed loss perspicacity though of course theres this to bo said ho didnt have tho key to tho situation as I did and challenged poor old Archs story of tho nun and Ut five minutes had him showed up proper the old fellow at last having to tako refuge In tho statement that it must havo been somo other ruins he had In mind Strange to say however for all his learning Freer did not win a smile from Agatha Sixth who only turned to Terhune with moro Interest than over as a result of his efforts It was then that Dearest made her remark about motoring ovor to seo Mrs Chlltern on the following day It was an Innocent enough remark and very casually said but It seem ed to havo an electrifying effect upon Agatha First Sho Jumped up and came over to my wife Dont do that she said low and earnestly please dont Agatha dear Dearest was surprised and by Jove so was I or puzzled at least Tho girl seemed so awfully earnest about not wishing us to see Mrs Chlltern out of all proportion to tho importance of her request it seemed to mo But why noUN my wife couldnt help asking Because we have such a little time left to bo together you and Lord Vincent and Mr Torhuno and Agatha Sixth and myself sho said Mr Terhuno tells mo he has to go back to London in a day or two and 1 think its a shame to waste a whole day by going over to Chlltorn house Besides you said they owed you a call Sho had lowered her voice during this last statement but it was not necessary Freer had strolled off to the ruins and Archibald and Agatha Sixth wero too absorbed in each oth ers company to notice us Her reasons were specious and II logical enough but Dearest to my surprise seemed inclined to accept them and I had to Interfere They do owo us a call I said but that wouldnt prevent us from having a Jolly time of It if wo all chose to go over togetherI On tho contrary It would bo something to doThen Agatha First evidently goad ed Into a corner set her young face In a fashion that was almost desper ate But Agatha FourthMrs Chll ternIsnt there I she declared She told me she was going down to London for a wook or two Dearest stared at her but sho did not ask her as I wanted to do why sho hadnt said so In the first place Instead sho took pity on Agjtha Firsts white face for tho had actually turned pale and assured her charitably that sho had entirely given up all thought of an expedition to Chlltern house though as I told her afterward obviously tho young lady was cramming her But Dearest has the kindest heart in the world TO DE CONTINUED The Flshhawks Warning The flahhawk tells us when the shad begin to run up the river said a Gloucester fisherman We have earn ed that It Isnt much use to cast nets no matter how mild tho weather may be until Mr Flshhawk swoops down on usWhen he comes sailing up the bay we know its time to get to work Lots of farmers down Jersey would never think to start planting until the Qsbbawks come I dont believe they have over been later than April 12 though They work their way up the coast from Florida and the other southern waters early In March when the fish begin to come north They follow the big schools of herring ai a rule because the herring swim close together and the hawk has easy pick- Ing The shad follow the herring and when the flsbbnwk comes we know the shad aro not far behind Fishing Ga zette It Sounded Hopeful A young man who was not particu larly entertaining was monopolizing the attention of a pretty debutante with a lot of uninteresting convent lion Now my brother ho remarked in the course of a dissertation on his family Is Just the opposite of me In every respect Do you know my brother demurelyLife SERIALSTORY ArchibaldsAgatha By EDITHHUNTINGTON MASON Anlhor el The Real Agatha CoParwoCTpmaCoyrrlgL f SYNOPSIS Archibald Terhune a popular and In dolent young bachelor of London rec- eIves news that ha has been made heir to the estate of his Aunt Georgian with an Income of 30000 a year on condition that he becomes engaged to be married within ten days Falling to do 10 the legacy will go to a third cousin In Amer ica Tho story opens at Castle VyckofT where Lord Vincent and his wife friends I of Terhune are discussing plans to find him a wife within the prescribed time It seems that Lady Vincent Is one of seven persons named Agatha alt close girlhood themItoono of the guests Agatha Sixth strikes Archie as a htnJpalntcd beauty Agatha First Is a breezy American girl Lady Vincent tells her husband that Agatha Sixth already cares for Archie lie gains from Agatha Sixth the admission that she cares for him but will require a months time fully to make up her mind Agatha First neglected by Terhune re ceives attentions from Leslie Freer Four days of the precious time have passed when Terhune Is Mile to London on business Agatha First on the plea of sickness excuses herself from a motor trip planned by the Vincent Later they see Agatha First picking flowers with a strange man The Vincents discuss Agathas seeming duplicity The follow ing day the party visits the ruins of an old convent Terhune continues his at tendons to Agatha Sixth CHAPTER VII Continued Freer had returned from his visit to tho ruins and was endeavoring to interest tho rest of us Arch and Agatha Sixth and Dearest and my salt In a dissertation upon rosowln dows whoa Agatha First Interrupted us by running up and exclaiming Do como and see the waterfall Poderson says thoros a beauty over thoro in those woods Sho had been down to the road with something or other from the spread where tho au tomobllo and the chauffeur awaited our return A waterfall said Archibald Dear mel How jolly Lets go and see It Como onthencried Agatha First pausing and looking at him expectantly lie rose obediently but before ho could more than utter the words Delighted Im sure Agatha Sixth had risen also and was now confronting him as she coldly and haughtily reminded him that ho had promised to go and look for wild flowers with her It was putting tho old boy In an awkward position I ad mit but thats no excuse for his sub sequent behavior A tactful speech would havo saved tho day but that something perverso about him which ho has in common with most men made him want most at that moment tho girl who wanted him least And- that girl was certainly Agatha First for without waiting to soo whether ho camo or not she had run off by her self all eagerness to see tho water fallWithout considering tho rashness of such a speech Archibald replied to Agatha Sixths rebuke by remarking casually So I did promise to go And look for wild flowers but f didnt know about tho waterfall then wouldnt you rather como and see that first We shuddered to hear him Dearest and I It was pretty bad you know Yet as I say I thought I understood Just how hp camo to say tho fatal words Just what spirit prompted him nut Dearest thinks not Sho says that hos far too cal culating far too much on the lookout for his own interests to run the risk of losing Agatha Sixth deliberately She thinks ho was only embarrassed But we both thought that the most peculiar thing about tho wholo affair was tho fact that Agatha First having left the group immedi ately her unfortunate Invitation was given must have been Quito Ignorant of the trouble It had caused She seemed indeed tho wholo tlmo to bo absolutely oblivious to the situation in regard to Agatha Sixth and Ten bunt And this wan tho more ex traordinary because any ono elso any impartial observer with his eyes open must It seemed have been n aro of en affair of some kind or other between the two But Miss Endicott It appeared walked with her eyes shut llko a person In a dream her thoughts upon some other world or scheme of things removed from ours As matters stood bowqvor the re suit of the waterfall proposition and Torhunos mismanagement of tho crisis It brought about was u flat re fusal or the part of Agatha Sixth co accompany him anywhere and hiD frightened and tardy pursuit of Agatha First who was beckoning him to follow from the edge of the woods By Jove It made mo reel Inclined to go after hHi and tell him what I thought of him then and there Miss Lawrence looked so forlorn and wretched as she watched them disap pear Into the woods together The beast I began he ought to be But Dearest Interrupted me and I realltod It was because the young lady was still standing within earshot Dont Wilfred she said Agatha doesnt mind a bltdo you denrf And she smiled confidently and encouragingly into tho other womans taco It was tho required tonic evidently for Miss Agatha Law rence sometimes called Agatha Sixth at once controlled her quiver lug Up with a display of selt com mand upon which I Inwardly compli mented her Its a trait of the Amer- Ican girl I think that fine self con trol and something that I admire greatly In my wife Of course not she replied stead ly and turning upon tho bewildered Freer who was standing by with the sweetest possible smile asked him If ho would mind hunting wild flow era with her The Invitation I need not say was accepted with servile gratltudo by that undls criminating and Impressionable young man Llko tho little dog under tho table Freer was never too proud to partake of the crumbs My wife and I left alone she broke at once into lamentation liar plans wore all going astray sho declared Matchmaking was perfectly horrid and sho would never no never un dertake It again As for Archibald she gavo him up She couldnt understand It at all Why couldnt ho make up his mind which girl ho wanted and stick to It T A man who only had ten days in which to choose a wife had no business to go on as ho did Why shod never get him married anti hod lose his fortune But that wasnt tho most Important point to bo considered by any means What bothered her most was that poor Agatha Lawrenco had fallen In Here Youve Gone and Asked Us to Help You love with tho marplot and so far ns she could sco and this In spite of her best efforts the poor girl was des tined to lose him after alii 0 It was really too bad Torhuno was too too trying I must really speak to him and find out what ho meant by playing fast and looso like that I give you my word Ive seldom hoard her go on so about anything Sho really felt distressed by the unaccount able and rather mysterious color our matrimonial project bad assumed and was much concerned for Agatha Sixths happiness The other Agatha wo did not seem to bo as Interested In somehow as she had neither a bus band or a fortune at stake with which to enlist our special sympathies After all Wilfred sho said hear ing a deep sigh the course of true lovo never did run smooth Nor yot the course of truo matchmaking I answered and we strolled down tho side of tho little bill where the picnic land been to go and look for wild flowers ourselves CHAPTER VIII It was on the return trip to the cas tie that I found an opportunity to talk confidentially with Torhuno lie and I wore walking home as seven was rather a crowd In tho machine and we wanted the exorcise What In thunder do you mean by Its I demanded when I had finished setting his erratic and Inconsiderate conduct before him In Its truo light excepting of course tho details of the Incident of the nutomobllp In the wood and our later discovery of the checked coat In his closet All reference to this little episode and the suspicions of Dearest and myself In regard to his connection with It I had felt obliged to omit Wo had do cldod not to mention tho subject to him as wo had after all only circum stantial evidence upon which to base our belief that Tcrhuno had been Agatha Firsts companion that day For after nil the cheeked coat wo found in his closet might only have resembled the one I saw in tho car and ho might easily have owned ono of the kind without our over having seen It Our friendship with Arch was too dearly prized by us to risk falsely accusing him And then I couldnt help fooling that after all I had rather surprised them when I had come upon them In tho woods and In seeing what I was not meant to have seen had rather played the spy how ever Inadvertently It might have been done And I did not relish making uso of Information so obtained It was hotter much fairer to Arch we decided to act simply as If my dis covert had never been Hero youve gone and asked uo to help you I went on In the matter of getting a fortune not to mention a wife and when its made no plain as It could well bo that Agatha Sixth Is the girl for you and you admit fancy lag her yourself why then what you dot I stopped and faced We were crossing Hartsmere tieIand tho castle was already In and his eyes fell before my Just dignation Ho didnt seem anxious to tell me so I sot to and toM him myself Why you go and emit U all by flirting with Agatha First BOW dont you Spoil it all f he asked without looking up Yes I affirmed impa tiently thats Just what youre doing I should think you could see youre Jeopardizing your chances with Agatha Sixth overy tlmo you so much as glance at Agatha First and really when you consider that youvo asked the girl to marry you and are sup posed to be awaiting her answer with all a lovers Impatience It doesnt look well It doesnt really I What do you want to do It for anyway I paused In my tirade but he made no motion to answer Why its plain loony of you I exploded in my Irritation For a man In your position its posi tively suicidal to fool tho doing I shouldnt wonder Miss Lawrence refused you eventualIIndeedWhat ly and then the game gamer said you please Just ns It he didnt know what I was talking about Why your aunts property In Au stralia I bellowed In his ear You cant Inherit It If Agatha Sixth wont marry you can you 7 Cant IT he said simply as It It didnt matter at all and I nearly lost my patience How could ouT I returned The times up In two days Is it likely you could got anyone clio to marry you In that length of timer Ho looked up I shouldnt care to marry anyone else he said I happen to care about her and his ex pression was so earnest and sincere I had to believe him Well then for heavens sake mako a little more effort to convince her that you carol I advised but more gently and wo walked on In silence I broke It first as he didnt seem In rimed to talk Honest old man I said I wish youd tell a fellow what youro up to I hate to see you ma king a mess of this thing for no good reason It you didnt like Miss Law rence It would bo different nut youre selfconfessed as to that and Its es pecially hard to bear when Dearest and I have been doing our very best to help you Toll mo what Its nil about cant you Why will you per slat In running after Agatha Kndlcott Just at this critical stage of the gameIMy dear follow ho replied Id tell you everything In a minute If there were anything to toll nut there Isnt not a blooming blessed thing I deny your last statement however I can do that much for you I am not running after Miss Bndlcott not the least bit In the world I give you my word Im not For a moment I felt a curious sense of positions reversed as If some time not long ago I bad been the one to speak so to Terhune and ho to lee lure mo Ho Is older than I and has always been the ono to look after me not I otter him And this feeling almost Impelled mo to drop my In quisitorial loan nut I thought of the automobile In the woods and the scone I had stumbled upon awl grow firm Really It was too much 1 couldnt let him string roe like that I dont know what you call It I retorted indignantly but whether you think so or not youre with Agatha First all tho time lately Why cant you let her alone and tend strictly to business TO IiI CONTINUED A Chinese Wedding A Chinese marriage Is all ceremony no talk no levity and much crying The solemnity of a funeral prevails Alter the exchange of presents tho bride Is dressed with much tare A feast Is spread upon a table to which the blushing brldo If led by five of her best female friends They are seated at the table but no ono eats The utmost silence prevails when finally the mother leads off In a cry the maids follow and the bride echoes In the chorus Thou all the brides maids leave tho table and tho discon solate mother takes a seat beside the chair of state whore the bride sits The bridegroom now enters with four of blr best men The men pick up the thiopc on which the bride slU and preceded by the bridegroom form In procession and walk around tho room or Into on adjoining parlor sig nifying that ho Is carrying her away to his own homo The guests then throw rice at the happy couple A Fat Reducer Before starting to starve ot drug off your extra layers of fat try tho effect of this simple exercise whlSh Is n great reducer of adipose tissue Standing with knees elm together rise on the tips of tho toes ni d at Ilio same time elevate tho chest slid foico down the palms of the bands as If pushing bard on a board Bend fho hands up slightly so tho muscurtr strain comes on tho fleshy part of tlio hand close to the wrist Do this whenever you happen Iti think of It during the day and JIMJ dlrterenloInfont abdomen The Important Personage Are you the owner of this placer asked the book agent- I am replied Farmer Corntos L Anything I can do for your No The chances are that you an too bard worked to hove time to road anything and that you havent any sparo change anyhow Lot nit Wlsic tho hired maw I J i THE CITIZEN 0 Page Seven r The Call to Preach I IIBy REV HENRY A AttiRE Pastor of First MlhodUt Church WhithalUU TEXTHow shall they hear without as preacherT noitmna X 14 Ecclesiastes Is the first user of tho term preacher God always spoko of bis Messenger Hut Paul our au thor repeatedly uses tho word preacher Preaching Is not a pro fceslon unless wo make It that It Is purely and simply a calling If a calling there must bo a caller Who Is thQ caller and what constitutes tho calif Somo say the chruch calls men to preach But men have founded churches And men havo been cv communicated from churches because thoy answered their call to preach So John Wesley Martin Luther And S II Hadloy had hard work to get a church to ordain him Some Great Power seemed to set apart these men before tho church had taken any no tico of thorn In ovangellstlcal Pro testantism we call that power dl vine How can wo determine God has called a man to preach T Uy their fruits yo shall know them Gods Word will not return unto him void How can a man know that God has called him T In theological lore wo soy tho man has a conviction What produces tho conviction I did not know of anything that will send this conviction deeper toto a saved soul Wan to look around upon tho fields wblto unto tho harvest and behold the fewness of tho reapers Seeing tho need Is feeling the burden Once In sympathy with Gods cause wo will want to mako others ceo their need of God and that will load us to go forth to remove the obstacles In tho sinners way And I am sure that it is only God that opens our eyes to all thisGoing out to spend our lives breakS ing down barriers In other peoples lives Implies consecration So the weather is surrendered to tbo one work The church declare that tbo min liter Is called to let other things alone Her messengers must practl tally bring themselves to three great things Ono book tho Ulble prayer service means the worldFor ftoldtheI a century wo ed that a man could jump from plow to pulpit If God called him And we insisted that our preachers should go whoro they were sent and bo sent Into now Holds every year And 50 for the preacher with 2G for tho wife was considered ample remuneration for fording swollen streams fighting wild beasts and frontier ruffians and riding a circuit covering scores ol miles with a dozen sermons a week thrown In j What a mctamorpnosts And what produced It First tho pow became educated That demanded an edu cated pulpit I Then tho country became thickly settled and the people demanded a settled ministry The pillar to post Idea had litho permanency Tho pee plo themselves have created the pros ent conditions Tho common schools wonderfully developed and the doctor and the lawyer smelled of the col lege The church demanded that Its ministers should bo equipped for lead ership So today tho preacher must not only smell of the college but the divinity schools and postgraduate de green All this equipment costs money and tho church has Gad to open her coffers generously to hold the young man who has had moro ambi lion than consecration Formerly tho pulpit bad no compe titian but Satan Today it must com Pete with tho press lecture and Chau tauqua platform and political stump This is the ago of tho specialist but tho preacher must bo a generalist True ho must know about everything In religion but something about ly everything else nentIIf tho preacher is a citizen terested ho is a sentinel Ho must hold his band on the helm of reform Ho must keep his finger on the pulse of industrial conditions He must be a patriot and keep his heart throbbing warm for his own land He must keep his car close to the politi cat rail and bo ready to back the heroes of a growing government He must mako bin pulpit a throno for ad vanced education and culture He must bo tho center of the moral and social life of his field Woll you say what has that to do with tho call to preach T I answer In tho greatest day of tho worlds growth everything The preacher that falls In any of theso points Is doomed to sooner or later Jail utterly What then is his real and specific duty Ho must keep his heart young that ho may warn the young not to loiter along the path to strong manhood and womanhood lie must know how to cheer tho aged who arc eo near the other world that they have lost all Interest in this Ho must know how to keep close to the man of affairs who has such tremondodus temptations or heavy responsibilities- In short the present day preacher must be a friend to poverty a foe to wrong a champion of truth a defender of human rights a declarer of thus lalth God and a KuMo to heaven 1 GREAT CONVENIENCE IN HANDY FARM WORKSHOP Having Necessary Equipment for Repair of Farm Implements Close at Hand Is Great Saving Little Training Needed ByW U BEATTIB The successful management of a modern farm depends largely upon tho efficiency of tbo equipment with which tho work is performed The equipment of tho average farm can bo divided Into about three more or less distinct classes as follows First and most important are tho build ings fences Implements machinery wagons and all appliances used In tho moro Important farming opera lions second utensils and machinery used In connection with tho dairy garden tools butchering outfit and tho numerous small things for general use about the place third tho tools materials and facilities for keeping the first two classes of equipment In repair and in good working order In order to secure tho greatest ef ficiency all Implements and machln Cross Section of Work Bench cry should bo properly housed when not In actual service so as to be In good working condition when re quired for use Alterations and repairs on buildings and fences are re qulred from time to time to accom modate them to changed conditions and to protect tho crops Farm ma chlnery and equipment generally are subject to wear and breakage and constant attention to repair Is neces sary Breakdowns ore most frequent during the busy season and much val uablo time may bo lost in going to somo distant shop for repairs or In waiting until a now part of some ma chine can bo secured In ninny cases an accident to one of tho farm Imple meats will cause tho loss of not only a portion of tho crop but also tho time or a number of farm hands until nec essary repairs can be made and work resumed Permanent repairs can fro quently be made at once and under most circumstances temporary re pairs at least can be made provided the necessary supplies are at hand Uy tho aid of a little training to gather with tho necessary tools and supplies tho farmer can repair nil ordinary injuries to the farm equipment and as a rule he can do this In a shorter time than would be re qulred to go to a distant shop On most farms there Is n deficiency of suitable repair tools and supplies and an Increased Investment along this line Is strongly recommended Somo farmers however need to bo caution ad against hasty Indiscriminate pur The uso of this machine In the corn field In Invaluable as It easily dou bles tho amount of work possible to accomplish as well as at tho same time doing It much easier The writer has seen several of these home made machines In operation and knows how emclent they are two men and a horse being able to cut and onehalf acres of corn In Press It can be but as two rows of corn aro cut at a time In heavy corn two men can work much easier and faster The shock rows arc started by hand cutting two corn rows and making the starters for tho shocks across the field then tho machine is started between two rows next to the lino of shocks and the men ride on seats erected on tho platform catching the corn and pull it the platform as tho knives are left or set up row Is completed it Is surprising the rapidity and ease with which this ma shine completes a row of shocks- A platform Is built with the one side resting upon an chases A small well selected outfit used to tho best advantage and well cared for will prove moro satisfactory than a miscellaneous assortment Im properly kept and used Where ape cialized farming Is pursued only tho tools and supplies with which to repair the special farm equipment will be required A workbench of somo kind is essential Illustrations of a workshop and bench aro herewith shown These will prove of great as sistance to farmers In planning these conveniencesIn what tools and materials to purchase always glvo preference to those most frequently and urgent ly needed passing over those that will bo rarely used Keeping a machine or vehicle In good repair and well oiled not only Increases its efficiency but lessens the power required in using it The proper maintenance of farm machinery not only saves money but avoids dangers to thoso who operato them Keeping tho harness and ve hides In repair may prevent a dan gerous runaway So tar as let tbo repair whenwork bo done tho regular farm work is not pressing as on rainy days and during the winter season Pur sue the repair work as n kind of recreation or rest from tho regular farm operations- Do not have several places for tho storage of repair tools and supplies Have ono convenient place and see that all tools faro kept there when not In useTools and materials should be kept in their proper places Do not keep all sizes of bolts or screws mixed together in a single receptacle but fit up suitable boxes or bins so that the supplies may bo accessible on short notice Keep all tools clean and free from rust and all edge tools sharp Tho system of storing the tools should conform to the needs of thoso using them and to the work to bo per Floor Plan of Work Shop formed In many Instances it may be desirable to keep tho tools in a port able chest in which they may bo car nod to any part of tho farm or plan tation on tho other hand If the work Is done almost entirely at tho shop the tools will be more accessible when supported on the wallsor upon shelves above the bench In climates whore the atmosphere Is moist the greater part of the tlmo It Is not wise to keep tho tools ex posed by hanging them on the walls or laying them upon open shelves but a wall cabinet or a tool chest should bo provided U should bo the aim to have a place for every tool and then cultivate the practice of returning It to Its proper place Immediately upon tho completion of the work In hand MACHFOR CORN CUTTING I Farmone bundlescut threecornered axle to which two small widetire I wheels are fitted the trucks from tho grain binder are excellent while the front end of tho machine rests on n small boat or block of wood that Is i bolted to tho front end of platform and ns this slides on the ground in the i manner of n stoneboat the machine is held more steadily than If a wheel wore used at tho front end Tbo whlflletreo Is attached with a short piece of chain in the manner Illus rated while tho knives attached to each side are easily made from two old saw bindes ground down to an edge on the back and bolted to the platform The expense of this ma chine Is but a few dollars And hence It should pay for Itself In ono days use ID tho Increased amount of work that can bo done with It with less effort than when cutting the corn by I hand Fall Work Never put off spring work that nIght be done in the fall Spring is always too short for tho tabor It brings oven when not wet and late PETERS DENIAL Saaitf School Lesson for Dee 4 1910 Specially Arranged for This Paper LESSON TKXTMatthow IGi33 O7B Memory verse 7476 GOLDEN TEXTLet him that think cth ho itandeth take heed lest he fall 1 Cor 10i2- TIMEThe denials were early Friday morning April 7 A D 30 PLACK In tho court of the Palace of the High Priest Calaphaa In the louth west part of Jerusalem The first thing Jesus did for Peter was to set before him In his first In tervlow the goal and Ideal of his life He was to bo changed from the Simon we have Just been viewing Into Peter the Rock His incoheslve qualities were to be unified into one beautiful whole tho separate and sometimes discordant notes of his character were to bo formed into the exquisite bar monies of a Hallelujah chorus Ho was like tbo soft stone in some quarries easily cut and shaped when first taken from tho quarry but soon hardening into rock Peter expresses the penal bilities Jesus saw in tho nature of Simon an ideal which God would mako divinely reuL For three years Peter was an ear nest pupil in Christs school lIe made many mistakes he fought many bat ties on tho battlefield of his heart he had some severe reproofs but he had a wise encouraging patient teacher After a time he was advanc ed to the highest grade with James and John Tho first essential for success is a soul an awakened soul One of the most Interesting studies for a teacher is to go carefully through the Gospels and study Christs method of teaching and train Ing such an unruly but earnest scholar1 as Peter was Thou shalt deny me thrice disown mo as your Lord and Master Peter was sure that he would not tall In the hour of temptation No one knows what he will do in unexpected circum stances But Jesus did all ho could to put Peter on his guard An interval of some hours Goth nemono Peter wearied sleeps on guard The arrest Peter and all the apostles desert Jesus Dut Peter and John follow afar off Tho trial before tho Sandhcdrln In some room of Cala phaa palace opening into a court Peter was sitting with the servants and others around a fire and ho denied Christ before thorn all who wero gathered around tho fire The main charge was prominently made by one a kinsman of Malchus who had seen Peter In the garden and was known to St John from his acquaintance with the high priests household For thy speech betrayeth thee betrayeth shows that thou art a Galilean and therefore one Of his disciples or why else art thou here Then began he to curse call down curses on himself if he did not spook the truth And to swear to call God to witness that it was true It is more than probable that Peter in his earlier life as a fisherman before his conversion had been in the habit of using profane language and now In the sudden surprise of temptation the old habit broke forth anew as tho lan guage of youth long unused Is almost certain to be employed In times of great excitement It Is a long and bard discipline that entirely conquers the sins or youth- I know not the man And this In tho very presence of Jesus The ways down which the bad ship Wick edness slides to a shoreless ocean must bo greased with lies A lie is put out to interest end the interest Is compoundIt now that Peter was sifted as wheat Part of what ho thought was wheat was really chaff and this terrible sitting under temptation blew away In the roughest manner most of the chaffhis inconstancy his fiery temper his selfconfidence but preserved all the good in his character purified and perfected We can be good in spite of falls God can bring good out of evil That In his glory and our hope Dut he can do far more with our victories than by our failures Then Jesus looked upon Peter The Greek word for looked occurs but In one other place In the Gospels It means that ho looked into him Into his very heart with eyes went like lightning to tHe quick thntI conscience Peter remembered warning and went out and wept the bitterest tears of repentance From this time on Peter was a new man The charcoal had become din mond Ho describes tho effect in his first Epistle 17 That the trial of your faith being much more precious than of gold that porslsteth though It bo tried with fire might bo found un to praise and honor and glory at the ap pearing of Jesus Christ Peter rejoiced when ho could express bin love to Jesus by suffering in his cause Ho wroto a letter which has been a com fort and n power all down thu ages His victory not his tllllin tho great crisis gave him power over men to the endIn the pain and the repentance and in the acquaintance with the as pects of folly and sin says Ruskin you have learned something how much less than you would have learned In right paths can never be told but that It Is less Is certain Your liberty of choice has simply destroyed you so much of life and strength never regainable It is true you know the habits of swine now and the taste for husks Do you think that your Heavenly Father would not have taught you to know better habits and ploasantor tastes If you had stayed Iii his house 1855 Berea College 1910 1 I FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE Oj THE MOUNTAINS i I Places the BEST EDUCATION in reachof all- Over r i 64 instructors 1365 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter 1 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for moro advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In tho right way Drawing Singing Bible I Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and j compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for thoso who have largely finished common branches The most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young man may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady in Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 yoars to fit for business Even Ii a part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees f ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Cter man Algebra History Science otc fitting for college I COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with uso of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods Tha highest educational standards 1 NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for tho profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables ono to get a firstclass I 1 certificate Following years winter1 And spring terms give tho informationaculture and training necessary for a trao teacher and cover neces sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Rood Organ Voice Culture Piano TheorytBand may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees r I Expenses Regulations Opening DaysTBerca College Is not a moneymaking Institution All tho money rev ceived from students Is paid out for their benefit and tho School expend on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year moro than he pays In This great deficit Is made up by tho gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berca in order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of tho young people Our students come from tho best families and aro earnest to do well and improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except thoso with parents In Berea live In College buildings and assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train- Ing and getting pay according to tho value of their labor Except In win ter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their expenses Write to the Secretary before coming to aecuro employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our cllmato is the boat but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for tho fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week In I the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash I Ing of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring GO rents in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for yi return of room key library books etc This Is paid but onceand Is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build i ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction a tree gift Tho Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 6 in Academy and Normal and 700 In Collo elato courses 1 i PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental too and room rent bj the term board by tho half term Installments aro as follows Vocational Model Normal and FALL School academy College i Incidental Fee 500 600 700 Room 660 660 668 r Hoard 7 weeks 943 945 945 I Amount due Sept 14 191pc 12005 210G 2205 I Hoard for 7 weeks due Nov 2 1910 945 945 941ITotal for term 2950 3060 3Ug If paid In advance 3900 3000 3101 WINTER y Incidental Fee 600 70t Room 600 000 GOt 3oard 6 weeks 900 900 90t Amount due Jan 4 1911 2000 2100 2201 Board for 6 weeks due Feb 15 1911 900 990 901 Total for term 2900 3000 3108 If paid In advance 28502950 3050 SPRING Incidental Fee 500 600 700 Room 400 400 400 Board C weeks 675 675 675N Amount due March 29 1911 1675 i67Gl7EiBoard for 6 weeks due May 3 1941 675 S75 675 j Total for term 2350 2350 2458 r If paid In advance 2300 2300 2400 i REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of aeterm receive back for money advanced as follows No alownnce for rae lion of a week On board refund in full On room and Special Expenses there is a largo loss occasioned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refund j only onehalt of tho amount which tbo student has paid for the remaining weeks of the term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term will receive a certificate for onehalf tho Incidental fee paid which certificate will be received as cash by Berea College on payment of term bills by the ttf dent in person or a brother or sister It presented within four terms The first day of Fall term Is September 14 1910 The first day of Winter form isJanuary 4 191 The first day of Sprint term IB March 29 1911 For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary t- t 1 r WILL C GAMBLEJ BEREA KENTUCKY i I I 7- t Pale Eight THE CITIZEN ookckokokokorokokokckckckokakokokokorokckokokokoKakooEast I News You Get Nowhere Else I ff o a K No correipondence publlihed nnlm ilrned in full ty ate urilir lie raceaS If ct for publication but a an evidence of toad faith Write Jtoilo7eo11oito7toito5toi1o1ao3toSto toKo5to5tokoko7soieo7eokokokoStoko7s STUDENTS MUST ENGAGE ROOMS AT ONCE FOR WINTER TERM Every effort Is being made to pro vide boarding accommodations for the young people who wish to at tend Bcrea the coming winterTerm opening Jan 4 1911 Tho great number hero this fall and the unusual number of applicants for the winter show that we shall not be able to provide for all We therefore give notice that no students should come to Berea I for the winter term except those who have engaged boarding accom modations through the College Secretary Mr Will C Gamble Write to him at once sending ono dollar as a deposit to be returned when you leave If you return your key books etc all right and tell him what department you wish to entert cannot board outside Col I lego buildings except with kinsfolk and by special permission FOR REPRESENTATIVE i We are authorized to announce the I candidacy of Dr J A Mahuffey of Sturgeon Ky for Representative of the 71st district subject to the ac of the Republican party TIlion JACKSON COUNTY CLOVER IIOTTOM Clover Bottom Nov 21Dled the 14th Inst W D Lee of this place with consumption being sick for over a year He leaves a wife and three small children and a host of friends to mourn his loss Sirs Jas Cruise visited her father Jas Asbury last week Miss Nora Powell visited home folks Saturday and Sunday W A Hammond of Rockcastle Co attended S A Engles court last Saturday The suit between J A- Lain and others vs James and W A Abrams resulted in a verdict for the Lalns for 8037 and costs Mrs Ida Abrams Is very low with a relapse of mumpsS A Engle and J R Engle are doing a good work with their saw and grist mlllII N Dean found a turkeys nest Sunday with eleven eggs In it Everyone is gathering corn now in this section of the country and there seems to be a good cropS A Englo went to town today to have a constable ap pointed for Coyle district uounLELicut Doublellck Nov 12W J Dough erty of Valley View has been here on 1business recently Mrs James Baker of Little Rock Lick left yesterday for Hamilton Ohio to join her husband who has been there for the past two months Hardln Mallcoat Is about ready to move into his new house There seems to be a third moro corn this year than there was lastJames Williams was in Madi son County on business the first of the weekThere will be Thanksglv giving services at Sycamore church house Thanksgiving dayMrs Bob Abrams is in poor health OKIKN HALL Greenhall Nov 27W N Hughes Son and C D Smith merchants of Greenhall are having a good trade W N Hughes will move his saw mill to the new stand near Meredith Gab bards in the near futureJas Bow les who has been at Hamilton Ohio t for a month has returned home Born to the wife of J P Wilson a girl Mary Payne and mother have moved into the house vacated by I Sarah Morris Henry Dees has rented and moved to the property vacated i by Chas Venablo near Rock Spring Church HousoJ D Pierson and family who went from hero to Nor man Oklahoma report that they are doing flneJ R Cook who went from hero to Redlands Cal writes that times are hard there Dale Min ter who has been at work for Lee Congleton at the Old Orchard has returned to his home near Greenhall Walker Flanery who wont to Hamll ilton Ohio sometime ago has returned homo Crops arc reported good in this vicinity MIIInxu Mildred Nov 21 Dunagln Bros are doing a hustling business making and hauling staves Miss Boblo Bow les was married to Mr Lewis Ward last Saturday Harvey Moore is in the fur business this fallMrs Mary Fox visited Mrs Maggie Morris Saturday nlghtJ G Morris is plan ning to visit in Lincoln County soon Uncle Jason Fields Is in Perry Co on business F L Jones attended church at Oak Grove Sunday Cross ties are selling at 25 per hundred on the banks of Laurel JorkJ P Moore and family were visiting Mr Moores mother at Mildred Sunday SAM GAP Sand Gap Nov 11Corn is turn ing out well and selling at fifty cents per bushelJ W Williams and daughter Mallle and daughter h law Mrs William Williams are visiting friends and relatives at Red House Mrs J R Durham re cently visited her son Charles and wife of Happy Heights Jas John son and wife have been visiting Dave Durham and family of Crooked Lane and Sherman Durham and family of Fair View Newton Tuttle who is teaching school at Panola visited his family here last week and attended the Teachers Association at Durham school house Saturday Cora Davis and Robert Akeman teachers from the upper part of the County were also visitors at Association Dave Durham and family and Sher man Durham and family visited with Jas Johnson and Thos Dur ham SundayJesse McGuIre and brother Master Charles visited their grandparents Mr and Mrs J R Dur ham Saturday and SundayHenry Cook our late merchant is doing a progressive business Tho now baby at Thomas Durhams is called San ford Franklin rAllHOT Parrot Nov 21A largo crowd attended church at Letter Dox Satur day night and Sunday Mies Eliza Hellard visited at tile home of Adam Price Saturday night and Sunday Mr and Mrs Bud Matthews visited her parents Mr and Mrs Clark Cor nett Saturday night and Sunday Prayer meeting at Letter Box every Wednesday night Adam Price will soon have his new dwelling house completedold Uncle Billie Adkins who has been ill so long is able to be out again Mrs LevI Gabbard visited her sister Mrs John Martin at Horse Lick School Is progressing nicely at the Mouth of Pond Creek with Charlie Davidson as teacher Isaac Cornett a merchant of this County is on a business trip to Clay Died Thursday morning the two months old baby of Mr and Mrs SoJ Nelson of croup It was laid to rest Thursday evening In the Cunagln graveyard The family have our deepest sympathy II Dlt LEY Hurley Nov 20Dan Alcorn was in this vicinity last week measuring logs for the Livingston Lumber Co David Gabbard and family visited Mr and Mrs Jerry York at Annville r To Educate Your Children This ceiled cottage of four rooms with table chairs and bedstead may be rented for 10 a Term Renter must give reference Other dwellings of various sizes and for very reasonable prices Address T J OSBORNE Berea Ky Friday and Saturday Married at this place Nov 12 Mr Robert An derson from Clay County to Mrs Lelia Moore We wish them a long and happy llfoMllt Johnson gave all the young folks a candy party Saturday night All reported a fine time Johnnie Wilson Leo Wilson Sidney Harrison and Laura Howard visited friends and relatives hero last weekW K McCollum has moved to his placo on Hooten CreekMr and Mrs George McCollum visited the latters mother Saturday and Sun day David Gabbard purchased a fine saddle mare from Harden Slono for GOAfter a few days illness Miss Parish Stephens suddenly fell dead from her chair last Tuesday evening Mr arid Mrs Riley Gab bard aro planning to visit friends In Clay County next weeltJ D Wilson of South Fork visited his daugli ter Mrs John McCollum Saturday night CLAY COUNTY Met O11TSIIt UE Brlghtshadc Nov 12Ellen Raw lings has returned from a weeks va cation at home Misses Mattie and Pearl Lewis were the guests of Oli ver Wagers Thursday Hunting is good and every ono seems to bo hav ing good success at it Wootson Mills will soon have completed assessing propertyG G Wagers and Oliver Wagers visited in Manchester recently ONUI I1A Onedla Nov 18 Everybody Is gathering com In this community this week The infant baby of Mr Meredith Hensloy died last Wednesday This Is the third of that family that has died in less than a year The bereaved parents have our deepest sympathy Ono of G W Camp bells fine mules died Tuesday caus ed by lock jawD11l Cobbs fino Jersey cow died last Wednesday School is progressing well Tester Doyle returned from the army af A IN A A trade on A at A on at strife tor seven Prof Is out on this A game last between the The score was 11 to 11 also Hell Bird In score Qt to In of Red Bird Is able to walk utter long and of and has very bad case of DIM Nov 7Tho corn crop very and everyone hauling and family who boon visiting at this returned to in Jackson Bud of died few ago typhoid fever Lcdlngton who has contract on the new railroad was at for few the have been hunting wild turkeys and that several have been caught Nov to Mr land Mrs tine boy was also born to Mr and Mrs Huff tho same day Mr Mr Huff are In of each ner of and Rebecca Mlnlard of this were married havo gone to expect to their who has been very low beacuso of an Injury received by from is ting Jlles Johnson I from Plnevlllo Monday Tho are about through gathering corn that corn be over fifty cents bushel this yearSun day school is progressing well TON Templeton Nov 12lIenry D Sill con of Plnevlllo passed thru hero few ago looking the bust ness of the Kentucky Coal Lands Co Burt and Lumber Co beat R in damage suit Jttko Sims has gone to on the new M Tomplcton has Just returned from Hydcn ho has been attending OWSLEY COUNTY VINCHKT Vincent Nov and the farmers aro busily engaged gathering in their corn and from the various reports crops thru out this section are fairly I School is progressing fine the ablo management of Prof honey IsaacsS P Caudell has purchased the factory from and and Is now in the busi nessJ M Tackott has new saw and grist mill and will soon have tho same In full operation of was the of T B Vonablo last Tues day W H Venable was In on business last has Just returned from Clay has been for tho past week in interest of tho and Tie Co of Winchester MADISON IyIma HILL SIIIn Knob Friday at I oclock a husband and an to her loss A of is hold at Narrow Gap house con ducted by Mrs and others Everybody Is invited to attend Mrs Little More and a Little Less By Stephen Abbot Northrop PEARSONS MAGAZINE A more deed and a little less creedIA little more giving and a little less greed I A little bearing other peoples loadIA little Godspeeds on lust little more rose and a little less thorn To sweeten air the sick and forlornIlittle more song and a little less And coins of gold for the uplift of the slum I A little less kicking man thatis down I A little more smile and a little less frown i A little more Golden Rule in marts of A little more sunshine and a little less shadeIA little more respect for fathers and A little less stepping of othersIA little knocking and a little more cheer struggling hero thaiis left in the rear A little of love a little less hate of neighborly the gate little more of the helping hand and me- A little less of this graveyard sentimentalityIIA little of flowers in A little coffins the of years service J A Burns business week fine baseball was played week Onedla and Goose brook teams Onedla played resulting a 7 5 fayor Alice Sparks around again a painful illness typhoid pneumonia feverLeo Doyle a typhoid fever LESLIE COUNTY Dims Is reported good Is busy J M Howard have place their home County Lewis Sidney a days from Albert a home a daysSeveral- of boys report XAlICU Napier 16Born Lewis a fine boyA and brothersinlaw living sight other Willie Tur Virginia place recently Virginia where they make homer Louisa Minlard being thrown a horse get better returned people They think wont a TIIIlLl a days after Bauff L Wilson a work railroad where circuit court 2Nlco frosty weather good under broom Minter Wilson broom purchased a David Bowman Blake guest night Beattyvlllo Friday J B Scott Sextons Creek County where hoI Leslie Drako Pilot cemetery 2 She leaves infant baby mourn series meetings being school Crouso little more more the the for the the toes less For the more and little more chat more the less end the Lewis They Irll1Mbetter Mrs Jerry Richardson gave a social Saturday night to the young folks in honor of her cousin Mr Philips of Frankfort All enjoy i od themselves A mad dog was killed near Mallory Springs school house last Thursday Rlloy Steward while on his way to Bcrca with his wagon and team was accidentally shot by somo bird hunters but not seriously hurtMrs Blcknell the school teacher at this place Is sick and school was dismissed last week IIAHTS Harts Nov 20Mr and Mrs J F Hawkins visited the latters par ents Friday until Saturday Rlley Powell who has been sick so long is improving Lovl McClure who has been working in Indiana has returned home Miss Minnie Lake visited Mrs J E Hammond Saturday and Sunday Jacob Lake of Evergreen passed thru here enrouto for Boron Mr and Mrs B Williams visited Mr Richard Davis Saturday Leslie McQueen who has been working near Paint Lick has returned homo Tho Misses Katherine Lake and Elizabeth McClure Wore in Brcea Saturday on business KOCKCASTLE COUNTY WILl IK Wild Ie Nov 22Mr and Mrs J E Hughes of Paris visited Mr and I Mrs T G Reynolds last weelMr and Mrs Harry Chasteen were the guests of Mr and Mrs W H Brana man SundayMrs Mary Graves of Paris visited Mr and Mrs W 71 Jones a few days last wookG C Hayes was In this vicinity last week Mrs Mila Aldrich visited her sister Mrs A E Reynolds at Livingston last week nOOKfrOKD Rockford Nov 21Mr and Mrs James Guinn went to Berea Satur dayMrs Nora Wren who has been visiting her mother Mrs Matthew Coylo now Gadd has returned to her home at Winchester Birds and rab bits aro very scarce tills fnl1lrand Mrs Robert Bowman and little daughter Mary are going to Kings ton this week to visit Isaac Bowman Don Northern visited relatives at Kingston Saturday and Sunday- YNANKSGINING DAY By J M Jackson A tribute to Thanksgiving Day A royal theme for poets lay A time for meditative song To laud the right decry tho wrong A time to seek tile Fathers throne A pardon ask our sins to own A time to pray that Heavenly grace rnceIlowering I And tear away the ominous ahrouda Which wrap in wailing woe tho earth dearthIHis tottering stop and countenance wan By vice ensnared enslaved by rum Proclaim his like his progeny to comeTis for zeal and hope and love To manifest Gods heaven above Tis time to offer incense rare Humility penitence and prayer Tho fruitful fields and garners laden Do show Gods lovo and typo of heaven lONE ON THE EDITOR There was a man In our town fightIAnd scratched with all his might tooisoopIHo told tho farmer all about Just how to pile Up wealth Ho fairly scorched the paper Advising to keep clean Ho blew up dust and weeds and bugs The like was never aeon That all disease WM caused by filth At top of pen he cried That microbes germs and pack of air Was why the people died Ho wrote of politics and greed Stung grafters to the lone And vowed that Teddy Koosevalt Was the greatest statesman known Ho discoursed upon the weather The time to sow and reap Of driving hogs to market And just when to shear the sheep IWhen It came to social Items Ho would give hue pen a whirl ITell how Jonas Nlinbloflngur Was a courting of his girl And a thousand other fancies This great editor will spin Till his desk is piled with copy And his devils all grow thin This paper is The Citizen As fine as Drains can make It The price Is almost nothing And Its up to you to tako it Prof J W Dliismoru MADISON COUNTY BIBLE SCHOOL INSTITUTE Madison County Bible School Institute to bo hold at tho Christian Church Borea Ky Thursday and Friday December 12 December 1- 200P MIralse and Prayer 230330 The Graded Bible School ShopI 330400 Our State AlmsW 13 Frazoo 730 Tho Place of tho Bible School in tho Evangelization of tho World It P Shepherd December 2 9301000 A M Devotional 10001100 Conference The 1911 Front Rank Bible SchoolW E Frazee1100120olrollarllll and Teaching the Lesson R P Shepherd Noon Intermission 130200 P MrProblems of our County firganizationEverybod- y200300Bible School Symposium Led by R P Shepherd- a The Building and Equipment- b Organization c Program 300330 Promoting Missionary Education in the Bible SchoolW E FrazooA Invitation is extended to the various religious organizations and the public In general to be pro sent and take part in and enjoy tho program 4 LIBRARY NOTES Continued from the iuue of November 10 Tho following aro some of the arti cles found in tho November mag azines Is Socialism Becoming Opportunist Edward Blade Twentieth Century What Women havo actually done where they Veto Richard hairydies Homo Journal SCIENCE AND INVENTION Recent Developments in Physical ScienceA L Foley Popular Science MonthlyMathematical Definitions In Text Books and Dictionaries J V Collins Popular Science Monthly Martyrs of ScienceA II Reeve Technical World Wireless Aerial Destroyer J IK KnightTechnical World Saving a Citys Sewage II H DunnTechnical World- AGRICULTURE To Rid Apples of Llvo Scn1eR ItSanbornTechnical World pr Growing Hay in Dixieland A L FrenchAmerican Agriculturist Oct 29 Uneven Distribution of tho Apple CropA W Fulton American Agri culturist Oct 29- ANIMALS I Much Misunderstood Fur Seals oC Boring Sea G A Chirk Poputa Science Monthly 1 Land Gift to Wild Anlraala 0 Li Mitchell Technical World i Dlo In Torture for a lnd11 Whlnf W L InloyTlcbnlcal World MonthlyThe Mind John Burroughs Atlantic MonthlyATHLETICS Football at Harvard and at Yale L F Doland Atlantic Monthly How the Scouts of tho Major Leagues found tho Now Stars of the Baseball Season of 1910 Hugh S Fullerton American Magazine MEDICINE Tho Great Modern Hospital W U Thompson Century First Complete City Plan for Care of TuberculosisF R Swing Survey Oct 29 ART Petrified Emotion the Wonder Work of George Gruy Barnard C II MeltzerCoamopolitan In Praise of IJrhlgesArchlba10- 1lIondersonlIarpers Monthly THE DANGEROUS STUDENT When Garfield was at Williams College he noticed that his class rival sat up late at night for himself ho determined to keep his light burning a little longer and work a little harder then through hU persistence he began to get ahead says Ortxm bwott Harden In Success Magazine In college tho studeuta who am working for class honors for Ivadurbblp al ways keep their eyes upon the clang orous man This la not tho student who makes a brilliant show at recitation nor the bust talker nor the most popular man socially It is not the follow who wakes a brilliant speech in college debates or who takes a prize In oratory It is tho pluggor tile fellow who keeps ever lastingly at it grinding away when tho others aro asleep or at play It Is not the man who makes tho ton talent Impression but the fellow who docs not show any special ability except tho gilt of hanging on of continuous persistency It Is the fellow who does a little better this term than he did last who is al ways trying to butter his beat It is the man who has the staying power which enables him to come up on the last heat Tho star graduate Is often the last man of his class who would have been selected for class honors during his freshmen year 1 have in mind a young man who was regarded aa such a gonlus and Awho was so very much more bril Vliant than any ono elso in his class during his freshman year that if a prediction voto had been tukenos to what man would be likely to lead his class ho would probably havo been an unanimous choice but as a matter of fact ho did not take a single class honor Ho was like a meteor flashed up in the clouds eclips lug for a time all other stars but ho lacked the gift of continuity Ho thought that he was so far ahead of his class that he did not need to study much that he could get off and have I a good tlmo whenever ho felt like it could stay away from lectures and recitations a great deal of the time and still pass brilliant examinations lie very soon found however that the tortlso in his class were gaining on the hare The result Was that many of tho men whom he looked down upon with disdain as freshmen wero way ahead of him on gradua tion In fact ha came very near los ing his diploma- It is the man who has the staying power the pluck persistency and grit which never lets go which keeps eternally at it who wins in the end veryi I there are other men around you to much more brilliant than yourself Brilliancy has not accomplished as much In the world as halfIability with staying power tency stlcktoitlveness I I I