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HItES I DENT 5 OFFICE I3EKEA KY X BEREA PUBLISHING CO INCOItlOllATKD J P FAULKNER Manager Rhterrd al tAe pod oplee at Jltrta Ay at ittvnd clau mattnwffr I Vol XII rive cents a MADISON COUNTY 1010 One Dollar a year No 21II Mens Wear IwEare ready to show you the newest in Nobby Suits and Overcoats Good prac tical Clothes that are up to your expectations in every requirement 10 to 20 QUALITYft i High Grade HATS 1SHOESETC At Popular Prices Berea OF Mutiny in Brazil Ended Working o Corporation Law Tennessee Ru mers Extent of our Folly Parcels Post on way Congress toConven High Flight Record MUTINY BNDBD A mutiny In the Unullllun Navy which became quite general and seri ously thrwUenid the stability of UK Government has just come to Ion end by mutual coaoowlonB There It now great roJololtiK In Rio Janolru which for several days was thwaUn ed with bombardment Amnesty was granted tho mutineers KXTMNT 01 OUR FOLLY Tho prc 4nt year the high water mark has been reached In the amount of Income by the Government from taxes on tobaccoes and liquors and consequently this U the year or greatest production of thuso articles Tho figures arc as follows x Distilled Spirits 103000000 gallons t Fermented liquors 694S5111 bbls Cigars 7600000000 Smoking tobacco 402000HH lbs Those figures show a vast Increase over last year Food for svloiia thought IfUW 11 IS WORKING Tho corporation tax law that has been In operation now for about a year has produced 27000000 in Ro venue Rut tho money received by tho government Is not the greatest benefit to be derived from the law t The matter of protection to tho 1r plo thru publicity Is perhaps the thing that will commend tho law tho most Recently tho people have bbcan swindled out of millions by Irre sponsible corporations but hereafter that may be avoided by simply writ ing to tho Treasury department to find out tho standing oy tho particu lar corporation DYING HARD Rumors ore still afloat that time Pattorson forces In Tennessee will not permit Governorelect Hooper to take his scat According to tho Ton nessee code the legislature must meet In joint session to canvass tho vote for governor and declare an elec tlon Tho rumored plan Is that the Patterson forces are to stay away from this session thus breaking tho quorum and making it Impossible for 9 Mj Hooper to take his seat legally In that event It Is claimed that Governor Patterson will continue TO hold office and turn it over at his pleasure to time speaker of tho Senate This begins to smack of South nail Central America SUPREME COURT VACANCIES Washington reports aro to tho ef fect that President Taft on tho open ing of Congress next Monday will I nominate Charles Evans Hughes now an associate justice to succeed tho lato Chief Justice Fuller Senator Southorland of Utah to succeed Justice Hughes and William S Gum mere of New Jersey to succeed JusticeI Moody There is but little doubt that tho first appointment will bo made I tho sonata of course concurring with out objection or question Out a I It THE CITIZEN Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People copyt BEUEA ReR COYLEKentucky NEWS THE WEEK ClgarottoBCSJOOOOOOO nn change as to tho other two vacancies may possibly occur PARCELS POST OX THE WAY mmfcon gross will recommend a limited Par cols Post for the rural routes of the country Eleven pounds will bo the maximum package The department desires In this way to tent tho sys torn before recommending a general Parcels Post for tho country There have never been but four objections t the Parcels Post the four oxpres companies This was the torso gum mlng up of tho opposition by former Postmaster General John WananmUe CONGRESS TO CONV1SNK Tho short session or third session of tho GIst Congress will convene Monday December Rth ThU will La tho last opportunity PrmUdent Taft will have to suggest legislation to a Republican congress and his mos mgo Is looked forward to with a I Continued fifth lalte1 WEEKS MAKE UP I1huro aro a jor features of Time Citizen that we deslro to call wOkI tho vows as scattered thru out the paper but page second Is given up entirely to itI Wo are particularly anxious that ovary ono who read tho editorial last week on What does tho Editor think about It shall read tho one on tho other side of time subject this week and wo shouldnt object to knowing what Is thought about It I On the first page will also be found tho beginning of an article by one of our contributors that should not bo ignored by thoso who arc In terested In politics ITho Now News of Yesterday on lutcrestluKIliud VitalISalo I And in this issue we have special pride In our ads Look them over There is money In ItI I OUR DEBT OUR INDICTMENT haveiI not felt tho influence of one or more of the many schools that have been established within the last thirty years There is nut a single county in all the mountain district that bas not been blessed with one such school mjd some of them have had and two or three IAnd these same denominations Lave done great thjngs in other I ways some places they have established and maintained churches in other places they have tided and encouragedchurches already established or again they have simply supported Sunday schoolsEverywhere are the evidences of this work It is manifest to the casual observer who travels through the country in any direction Here are school buildings structures of wood or of brick Baptist Methodist Presbyterian Congregational Disciple and Episcopal Sometimes they are found county seats sometimes they are in smaller villages nod sometimes they stand out alone on the heads of tho creeks Aud tvhere tho schools are not found the churches may be seen seldom a log structure more often framed and painted white with piro pointed heavenward sentinels all of uplift of progress But the chief evidence of this work of the churches is not oneIcompare aesthetic or by one who must call himself a product of these schools and churches tit good way for those of us who have been born and raised in the mountains to estimate tho magn tide of the influence for good exerted upon us and our homes by these two forces the schools and churches since this movement of uplift began is to imagine its ab sencoto picture our lives and communities unblessed by these two agencies Where wouldwe be tlTll would lie our condition O It is not anything to boast of as it is but the thought of what it would have been is one that we do not wantto entertain very long We are face to face then with a great obligation Our debt is greatBut the significant thing is not that the schools and churches were established and have been doing their work The significant thing is that they were established in nearly every instance by oulsiders t that they have been officered chiefly by outsiders have drawn their chief support from beyond our borders quite largely from without tho state And the most significant thing of all is that we have ac quiesced iu all this We have done morewe have invited it Gladly have we received tho gifts and the help We have plead and still plead for them We have almost had our feelings hurt because our cries were not heard more quickly und our demands more fully met But the response has been most generous and why ptcuuse thousands ofJeoplc believed what the papers said about usbelief- lx i7 no strongly that they were willing to open their purse strings for tfllIfere willing to spend their lives with us and for us And not only did they believe what they heard about us they thought our cry was sincere they took it for our confession of need o And it was sincere but wo were slow to see that the plea and the acceptance of help were a confession and later on thai our great debt WHS anti is our indictment Every plea for assistance for an individual frr a churchor for a school by us or acquiesced in by us is a confession and every ben eficiary every church erected or maintained in whole or in part by outside Moneyand every Fchcol estab Ii libOll supported or endowed by the benevolent beyond our borders is our indictment It is nobodys shame that the work bus been done It is to tho eternal credit of all the good The shame and the disgrace are ours not that it has been done but that we did not do it ourselves Fora hundred years our common schools and our High Schools ought to have done all the work that the Denominational Schools have found it necessary to do for us and much more We ought to have been selfsupportingand selfgoverning and we ought to be so now But until we are able to help ourselves or as long as we un willingly confess and the indictment stands as a true bill against us for the sake of consistency we shall have to be rather meek under criticism unless it is plainly mercenary and malicious This is what the editor thinks on the other side of the question RESULTS OF THE RECENT ELECTION Cause of Defeat and VictoryFuture of Both Parties I Special Correspondence Hill Top Ky- November 26 1910 To the Editor ot The Citizen To those of your readers who toko an Interest In politics and those who do trotTine Rover has a word to say anent the result of the recent election The First Question Ono question seems uppermost In time thought of every mind What ef feet will the great democratic vieI tory have on tho course and future political prospects of Theodore Roos volt 1- I General Answer This question is usually answered according to time preconceived opin ton and prejudices of the listener apparently without much thought and consequently without much judg mont It is assumed by all the Democratic press and most of that party as well as by all that part of the Republican Party known as Stan patters that tho vote In Now Continued fifth page modern is to Your Boy 9 Two dollars deposited at per cent inter est every week in our Savings from the your boy born until he is 18 years of age would amount to over 250000 This would pay his way through college or Buy him home when marries or Enable him to seize some good business opportunity when he is of age And you wouldnt miss the money Fig ure it yourself PLAN TO SPEND 10000 Work of State Association for Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis What Ten Thousand Dollars from Red Cross Seals will do in tho check Ing of consumption In Kentucky Is explained In a bulletin Issued by the Kentucky Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis Counting every available bed for consumptives in Kentucky there are at the present time accommodations for hardly 125 tuberculosis patients This Is just about one bed for every 160 consumptives In the State If sufficient hospital accommodations aro provided for only those who are too poor to pay the full price for their treatment fully 10000 more beds in special insttltutlons for tuber culosis would be needed at once Tho immense outlay necessary to provide and maintain so many beds In hospitals makes It imperative the Ken tucky Asosciatlon for the Study nail Prevention of Tuberculosis declares that such Institutions be erected from public money either municipal county or state In order to get ap propriations for public hospitals for tuberculosis agitation is accessary and in order to create a campaign of agitation organization is demanded But In order that an organization ma carryon an effective campaign funds are needed These funds it Is proposed to secure in as many communities as pos sible from tho sale of Red Cross Seals The State Association cites one Illustration of the way In which a small sum spent In education has secured large approplatlons The New York State Charities Aid Association in the three years 1008 1009 and 1910 has spent in the upstate por- tlon of New York about 55000 In arousing the people to the dangers of tuberculosis As a direct result of the public sentiment produced by this outla the state county nnllI- I11unlcll1l11 authorities have already Continued last Pigs I t ARE YOU ON YOUR WAY TO WELCHS If You are and Dont Go We Will Both Lose7 Money f You Should Always go to 1 WELCHS and Save the Difference Knowledge is powerand the way to keep up with knowledge read a good newspaper KENTUCKY DECEMBER 1 on contributions Missionary on 4 Department time is a he out for y on IIOUR OWN STATE i Mine Disaster Contest In 7th Dis trictKentucky Corn ShowSupt Promotion Enters for Gov ICoats Den Johnson of the f i District opened his campaign for Governor In a speech at Bowling Green Monday Ho paid his respects to I McCreary and others In characteristic Kentucky Democratic fashion which Is an Indication of what may be ex i pected for the next year possibly the reenacting of the scenes and the wrangle of 1599- WENDLING ON TRIAL Joseph Wendllng was brought to trial In the Criminal court In Louis IYllle Monday Some time was con sumed in securing a jury and it 1st expected that all the delay tactics pos slblo will bo used by the defense I GERRYMANDER STANDS j I The Supremo Court of tho UniaJ- Stales on Monday dismissed tho cuss of Charles Richardson against former Secretary of State McChesney Tho j purpose ot this case was to test theuI constitutionality of the so called Gerrymander of 1900 by which thK I legislature rearranged and put to gether Democratic counties so as to representativescan counties as to make as few Repub Bean representatives as possible the chief complaint being as to tho 11th Congressional District The court slid not pass upon the merits of tho case but dismissed It because the thins it sought to remedythe election of November 8th had already occurred MINE DISASTER IKY explosion in n mine near Providence Ky entombed ten mln ore last Friday Nothing could be t dono toward their rescue all night owing to the escaping black damp Tho Government rescue car arrived early Saturday morning and all the ten were taken out dead + Tht rescue officials will remain nt tho scene of the disaster for some l days to give Instruction to the min I ers and operators in the use of v= I helmets and other rescue apparatus RANKIN TO CONTEST- Itl Is reported that Secretary of i Agriculture Rankln will contest the j seat of congressman Cantrlll In the C2d congress Rankin Was defeated by Cantrlll In tho Into election The ground of contest Is said to bo the old charge of bribery in connection with the location of tho capitol when Cantrlll was a member of the State I Senate ANNUAL CORN snow I Tho First annual corn show will beheld at the College of Agriculture I In Lexington on Jan 3 to G Thero will be good premiums for various classes of corn and special premiumsI will be provided for members of boys clubs that bring exhibits During betthe breeding and cultivation ot cornI FOR GOOD ROADS committee appointed by tho ITho Roads Association to outline tl a bill to bo submitted to the Legis lature met In Louisville last week and drew up1a tentative bill The proposed bill provides for the appoint anent of a highway commissioner and two assistants who shall have super vision and direction of tho construc tion of all metal roads In the state Time bill also provides for the levy of a tax not to exceed G coats on flOO for tho purpose of aiding tho several counties In building roads The Good Roads Association will meet In Louisville Dec 28 and 29th Continued l on firth page t Pane TwaTHECITIZEN The Citizen 1 family newspaporfor all that It rich true and Interesting Published every Thursday at Beret Kjr BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated I P Faulkner Editor and Manager Subscription Rates PAYABLE IN ADVANCE- Sat Year ta Hz loath M Three Month S send money by roilofflce or Biprcit Mosey Order Draft RetUtered Letter or oat and two tent tlmpa date after our name en label above to IThedate our iuWrlptlon It paid If It U Dot i changed within three week after renewal ftotlfy ua- iUuIDIt nnmbera will be gladly tupplled U we In notlned Tin premium cheap with new tnbtertptlon and prompt renewal Bend for Fremlun Un Liberal terma glen to any who obtain new wbacriptloDi for ua Any one tending u four CIa redeft fm Ur hlmielf for one Advertising rates on application b IfBUBBK or KBNTUCJtY PRESS ASSOCIATION 4 Tho sky man is the man or the no tury dangerousiTim freak hat Is doomed we are told Ah but which freak hat Dont keep your mouth open when looking at airships It Is a bad habit Ballooning Is somewhat Hko tobogganing but tho walk back Is more fatiguing It is just as fatal to be killed in a football game as in an aeroplane I catastrophe Perhaps tho hobble skllt Is the cause for tho new fashion of large pedal extremities I The manbird should not attempt at this stage of the gamo too many shines in tho air When a man lives in a boardinghouse ho lots somebody else worry about tho prlco of coaL Aerial wonders top one another un til the general public is beginning to bo surprised by nothing According to reports tho govern ment will soon have to set aside res ervations to prevent the Yankees from becoming extinct I The Chinese may adopt a compromise When they stop pinching the feet of their girls they mad put on them hobble skirts A German banker spent eight months In America and did not marry Ho is rich so there must be somo other reason Dunning by postal card has been forbidden by the post office depart ment Hereafter tire dunners must use twocent stamps A Russian military balloon went up over 20000 feet tho other day That is enough to get out of range of any ordinary Japanese fleet 1Wo havo grown as a people this year 5275000000 bushels of corn oats wheat barley and potatoes and hungryIOne woman of Ute 400 paid 111 000 In duties on her gowns recently The 400 has ceased to practise smug gling except at odd times Everything seems to Indicate that It will be several years yet before the science of aviating can be considered entirely out of Its infancy One of Yales professors Is afraid America is soon to become a mon iarchy Ho probably has nothing else at this time to be afraid of j A trick horse that had been stolen shook hands with the rightful owner to the undoing of the thief Wo defy a trick automobile to do that prune supply at a Now York 1Tho was short and boarding guests will be surprised to hoar is quite a fuss about It Tho police have discovered a man leaning against a corner building who Lad been dead throe hours All things come to him who waits As to the consequences there does pot seem to bo much to chooso be tween a woman automoblllst turning thief and her machine turning turtle People hooted at a woman In Colum bus Ga bocauso sho wore a hobblo skirt in the streets Can It be possible that the ago of southern chivalry is past Six billion cigarettes wero consumed in the United States last year yet l there are in this country a good many men whoso fingers are not 1youngCranford N J a thief stole a watch from tho pocket of sergeant while that official In the pollee station Whatd 1 that policeman needs is a chaperon liVES LOST IN- FACTORY FIRE Twenty eight Girls known Dead More In Ruins BUILDING WAS A FIRE TRAP Authorities Both Municipal and State Preparing to Probe to the Fnlsh and Punish If Necessary Newark N J Twontyolght girls known to bo dead burned suffocated or crushed In leaping from tho win dows eight dying at hospitals at least 15 missing their bodies supposed to be lying now under tons of smoking debris nnd CO moro seriously Injured is tho tragic toll of a SIre in an antl quated fourstory brick factory Inadequato fire escapes a narrow winding wooden stairway tho only other exit and panic blind wild un reasoning panic forced by a riot of smoko and flame through flooring and walls soaked In tho oil drippings of EO years sums up the story Municipal authorities of Newark and tho Essex county officials are prepar- Ing an Investigation designed to bring to punishment any individual In prl vate or In official life to whose neglect may be attributed tho calamity STREET CAR OVERTURNED One filled and Eight InjuredBroken- Glass Cut Several Cincinnati Running at a high rate of speed ono of the heavy cars of the Glendalo lino split a switch and thol big car was thrown off the trucks on- Us side in the gutter- A moment Inter a pandemonium of shrieks and cries issued from the car followed by breaking glass as Ute fran tic men and women iwissengers crawl ed over each other nnd essayed to climb out of the broken windows Chas Roscho had his hip crushed and skull fractured and eight others mostly women were injured more or less Cotton Crop Now Orleans A total of 1141500 bales is the final ostlmatn of the Times Domoerat for tho cotton crop of 1910 as based on reports from correspondents throughout tho belt This forecast relates to the actual growth of the year and is exclusive of linters repacks etc Correspondents say that farmers have hitherto sold freely as- a rule but are Inclined to hold the remnant Drove Revolutionists Back Chihuahua MexIn nn cngaRfimenl near this city which lasted five hours GOO federal troops routed a force of 400 Maderolsts driving them repeat cdly from strong positions and com polling them to take to tho wooded mountains The revolutionists lost 15 killed and many wounded There wore no fatalities on tho federal side but several Including three officers were wounded Express Robbery Muskogee Okla Threo employes of the WellsFargo Express Co are bold pending an investigation Into the mysterious disappearance of an Iron chest containing 5000 In silver and J11000 unsigned currency The chest was removed fromthe express office here Tho padlock on the door had been broken tho employes saying they wero all absent at the time of tho robbery All Creeds United New YorkThree days services In connection with tho dedication of tho 2500000 Union Theloglcal seminary were held In tho memorial chapel Be tween 125 and 150 universities colleges and theological seminaries rep resented at the formal dedication and at the dinner for 500 guests in trio WaldorfAstoria Youngest on Record Cambridge MassA wisp of a girl just past her 17Ui year Hattie Lo DIane is on trial charged with murder of her employer Clarence F Glo ver Tho little French Canndlan girl is the youngest of her sex to be tried for first degree murder In the annals of New England courts Died of Rabies Newark N J August Sillier GO died in the city hospital ot rabies Mil lor is tho second member of his fam fly to meet death in this way Michael Cudahy Deed Chicago Mldiaod Cudahy founder of the packing firm bearing his name died of pneumonia Arizonas Constitution Phoenix Ariz Arizonas constitution will bo thu briefest written In re cent years by any state According to estimates It will contain less titan 30000 words as npalns 25000 for Now Mexicos constitution and 100 000 in that of Oklahoma Sailors Entertained Brest Tho municipality gave a anquot to 500 of the sailors of the American and French isrshlpn now In port Tho men men fraternized most cordially Q I WITCHERY OLD AND NEW I WANTS A BIG ARMY GRANT FAVORS SYSTEM OF CON v SCRIPTION TO RAISE MILITARY EFFICIENCY I SEES BENEFIT TO NATION General Declares Trained Reserve Force of 1000000 Men II Needed Cltel Germany as ProofWould Curb Mob Spirit New YorkIn order to bring this country up to the military standard of the European powers MaJ Gen Frederick D Grant commander of the department of tho east is in favor of Inaugurating a system of con scription In the United States lie thinks tho plan would not In crease the army expense more than CO percent as there are sufficient barracks and equipment now on hand to accommodate the new forces and ho believes the respect engendered for law would put an end to mob out rages and lessen crime In America By Increasing our army to 250 000 General Grant said we could in a few years have among the pea ple engaged in peaceful and gainful occupations lOOOOOP men trained to the military service The present authorized strength of our army Is 100 000 but we have actually In tho serve ice only about 85000 men because congress has refused to make the appropriations needed In the execution of his scheme Gen eral Grant would divide tho country into military districts and require each district to provide the enlarged army every year with a quota of recruits to be determined by the mill tary authorities based upon popula UonAs I estimate it such an increase fa the size of the army would not tae crease Its cost 50 per cent In round figures the present cost of tho army Is 123000000 The addition of 160 000 men probably would not run the cost up to more than 7200000000 he said- QUIET RESTORED IN MEXICO One American Is Killed Another Wounded During Fighting at Par ral Iniurrecto Wreck Train El Paso Tex Passengers on a train from Mexico Friday brought the report that an American named Storey was wounded in tho Parral fighting at the same time that Thomas Lawson an American was accidentally killed All was quiet between El Paso and Mexico City when the train came through according to passengers All the telegraph wires were in operation and there was no fighting Passengers from Parral declared there was no fighting there and the troops reported as passing through Torreon to quell rioting at Parral were merely reinforcements and were not for maintaining otder at Parral Jack Johnson Arrested New York Jack Johnson the negro champion heavyweight pugilist of the world was arrested Friday charged with assault upon Emily Cooper awhile girl who Is a member of a the atrical company in which the prize fighter Is appearing Women Get Prison Termu London Twenty Suffragettes who were arrested for smashing windows In the government offices were Friday sentenced In the Bow street police court to two mouths each NAB BRAINS OF STOCK FRAUDS ALL MEMBERS BURR BROTHERS CONCERN UNDER ARREST Fourth Man Is Found In Michigan and Fifth In Portland Ore Hitchcock Elated New YorkAU members of the stock brokerage firm of Burr Brothers Inc whoso offices were raided by postofflce Inspectors are now In custody C Harry Tobey being placed under arrest at Bloomlngdale MichFrank H Tobey tho vicepresident of Burr Brothers Is a brother of C Harry Tobey With Shelton C Burr the president and Eugene H Burr the secretary and treasurer ho Is still In the Tombs charged with using the malls to defraud The fifth prig oner E W Preston Is under arrest at Portland Ore None of the prisoners has been able to secure ball Tobey and Preston will be brought here for trial C Harry Tobey it is alleged by the post office officials Is the head and brains of the Burr company Every move made by the concern they say was by his direction Jill Interests here were looked after by his brother and between It Is said they have Invested over a million dollars of their profits in western lands Many pathetic scones wore witnessed In and around the offices of the Burrs Tho publicity given to the raid brought some fifty dupes many of them women hurrying to tho Flat iron building to see If they could save anything for themselves out of the wreck Few of these were Investors In Buick 011IPostmaster General Hitchcock was greatly elated over the success of the raid and said that It was only the beginning of thingsISAYS NEW RATES NOT NEEDED Branded Declares Road Can Add to Their Income by Scientific Management Washington Tbe shippers had their innings In th e contest be fore the Interstate commerce commis sion over the suspended proposed Increases In freight rates on tho east ern lines Their contention is that the advances are not Justified and that the real solution of the problem lies In the Introduction of scientific principles In management Louis Brandels counsel for the traffic committee of tho commercial organization of the Atlantic Seaboard opened for the shippers by asserting that tho proposed increase wero neith er reasonable nor Just Ho declawd that If tho railroads need additional net Income it should be secured through greater efficiency and econ omy of operation Instead of resorting to the dangerous expedient of raising freight rates In instances where such- need may appear it resulted be said not because rates are too low but that tho management hu by reckless expansion waste and Inefficiency Impaired the financial condition of the roads Two Hurt In Hotel Fire Dostonln a wild scramble to es cape from flame which destroyed Youngs hotel at Winthrop Beach Fri day a mother and her son leaped from the windows and wore so frightfully Injured that probably neither can re cover The 35 remaining occupants escaped uninjured Spain Alarmed by Quake MadrldA series of earthquake were felt Friday at Corunna Vlgo and Ferrol The people wore greatly alarmed but no dam 030 was reported TARS WIN DEMANDS BRAZILIAN CONGRESS GRANTS AM NESTY AND NEW CONCESSIONS- TO REBELLIOUS SAILORS VESSELS PUT PUT TO SEt Before Decision Is Reached Mutinous Ships Disappear City of Rio Janeiro Resumes Normal ActivIties and Excitement Subsides Rio Janeiro The mutiny among tho sailors of the Brazilian navy was ended Friday Congress meeting In extraordinary deIthe sailors Including general nmncs ty for the men who after murdering as many of their superior officers ai was necessary to place them in com plete control trained the guns of the warships on the capital What effect the outcome will have eventually on tho discipline In the navy Is a matter of some concern The Immediate effect is to give the sailors Increased pay shorter hours of service and less work through the recruiting of additions to the crews and to abolish corporal punishment tile fleet Iin During the debate in congress the vessels put to sea nnd dls appeared Their destination Is un knownFollowing the action of congress the city resumed Its normal activities and the publc excitement subsided Tho dispatch which was sent bj tho muuneers by witalcss to Prosl dent Fonseca offering to surrender read as follows Repentant of the action we com mlttcd in our defense and for th sake of order justice and liberty we lay down our arms trusting that amnesty will bo granted to us We will remain obedient to your excel lency In whom wo have all confl dance While the revolt lasted the pcopli of tho city were kept In a state of suspense fearing that tho mutineer would mako good their threat to blow up tho capitol unless their wishes were met It is doubtful however that they would have taken this stop In any event because of the likeli hood of complications with Great BritainThere Is no attempt to give a p0 lineal color to the revolt as only petty navy officers participated with the sailors but the mutinous ships constituted a controlling proportion of the fleet TAFT FOR MORE PUBLICITY Approves Treasury Rules Making Returns Under Corporation Tax Available for Publlo Inspection Washington President Taft struck an effectual blow In favor of public- Ity of the affairs of corporations when on Friday he approved the rules of the secretary of the treasury under which all returns mado under the corpora lion tax law shall be available to the publicTho corporation Income tax law was framed for tho purpose of Insuring under heavy penalties Including Imprls I onracnt an accurate yearly return of the operations of all corporations Fol lowing this the publicity feature was added and now the rules under which this publicity is to be insured have been framed by Secretary MacVeagti and approved by the president These rules will insure publicity ai widespread as any reasonable man can expect- It is the belief of the president that the regulations marl the final step toward securing tho needed publicity o the affairs of corporations The rules will co into effect Immediately CRIPPEN DIES ON GALLOWS American Dentist Goes to His Death ln London Prison Yard for Killing Wif- eLoa6onDoctor Hawloy II Crip pen was hanged at 820 a m Wednes day for the murder of his wife Belle Elmore Crippen Tbe execution took place In the court yard ot tho Pcnton VTHo prison The official hangman ol England pulled the trap that sent Crlp pen into eternity The prisoner to all outward appearances seemed resigned to his fate and walked bravely to his doom Eighteen minutes after the trap fell the jury of four physicians pro nounced him dead His neck had been broken The death march started from his cell at 815 a m and proceeded through the prison corridors to the gallow which had been erected As Crlppen was led upon the scaffold the hangmans aids removed tho prisoners collar Before the noose was adjusted the chaplain of tho prison administered tho last rites ot tho church at the conclusion of which the attendants adjusted tho black cap and dropped the noose over the pris oners head Counte Tolstoi Stricken St PetersburgA dispatch from Tula Friday stated that Countess Tols tol Is 111 having a temperature of 1029 The will ot the late Count Tols tot makes his daughter the legatee of his unpublished works Eleven Trapped In Mine Providence KyAs the result of an explosion In Mine No 3 of the Provl enco Coal Mining company Friday 11- men were Imprisoned 100 feet under ground and It la believed that aH of them were ktlteJ GOVERNORS IN fRANKFORT I Socond Session of State Ex ecutives Now In Session= Debating Matters of Moment SESSIONS DEVOTED TO BUSINESS Victors In Recent Elections Present to Help Settle Topics That Puzzle Commonwealths Frankfort Tlw louse of Governors cloned its soMton at the state capitol Wednesday The governors of thirty state wero present and also tho governors oieot of several Htntts This in tho first conference hold outside ot Washington It meets In Kentucky In AUGUSTUS E WILLSON I lGovernor of Kentucky honor of Gov Augustua B Wilton chairman of too oxeeutiv eommlttoo and hence the virtual head of tho body The following Is iko list of ovornoro present and others on oxpeett boferu tho beealaes close AtabMna Ifenmot ONeal and wife Arizona Hloteard B Sloan and wife ColoradoJohn V Stefroth aw wifeConnecticutlhrenk IJ Weeks anti wifeGeorgiaJoseph M Drown and wlfJ Idaho James 11 Hawley acvornerl elect ImUcna Thomas It MarabAil awl wife JanWaltcrr n swhMu use uueette1lbon S Drapor and wife MId daughter MlMlMripirt B F Noel and wife Mlwouri Herbert S Htulktf I Montana Kdwln U Norris and will New JeryJohn Franklin Fort Now Jortey Woodrow Wilson gov ernoreloct North Carolina W W Kltchln t Ohio Judion Harmon and wife Oklahoma Leo Oruoo governor t elect Ilkod Island Adam J Polluter and wife South Carolina Martin F Anaol and wifeSouth Dakotan S Vts jy anti wife Utah WIltkHn Spry Virginia Wm 11 Mann and wife West Virginia WlJHwn R GIuAs cock and wife IeconuJrnncl B McGovcrn povornoraleotAll governors of ICon lucky wile are now living anti tholr wlvw were Invited to the reception given Tuesday evening by Governor and Mrs WllUon In honor of Uio gov ernors of other atatee I eWednesday morning the governors went to Louisville whore tho remain Ing sessions of the conference are tu bo held It la understood that among the chief subjocte to bo dlsciteeed Is con Ecnntlon from Uio standpoint of the state legislation agalnet pdlutlon of Uonw wMoli may bo claweat as con serration of human life and the goy ernor powers nnd reeponslbiUUoe Under the last wimod head the power of removal of county and other offi cll will be considered likewise the short ballot and appointment of the minor atnto officiate or governors oabl netOn the subject of conservation it is said that Coy Norris of Montana will bo asked to speak for the northwest urn governors who got such short shrift at tie St Paul conservation convention nnd that some ono olio will represent the other view of the quos tlon Tho Importance of conservation by the states may bo realized when It la stated that fourfifthu of our natural resources aro already under iirivwto ownership Over title tho Mates nlono can exorcise control- Governorelect Woodrow Wilson of Xow Jersey will spook on The Possi bilities of the House of Governors Gov John Burke of North pakotu and Herbert S Hodloy of Missouri will discuss Tho Governors Powers and Responsibilities and tho Short Hal lot followed by Governorelect Dlx of Now York Gov Fort of Now Jet Icy will talk on Direct Primaries Gov Richard Sloan of Arizona on the work for tho following year and all will take part In discussions on popu lar elections ot senators tho corrupt I practices net the Income tax amend jncnt lid conservation of human lifts t THE CITIZEN 0 Page Three HHo t+jtC ROUND ABOUT I iTHE STATE 1 MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL i PARTS OF KENTUCKY + t+++++ Mr +V+ ++ OFFICIAL SCORE CARD Department of Agriculture Issues In structions Frankfonf M C Rankin commIs- sioner of agriculture las ternicd the score card to bo used by tho Ken tucky Corn Growers association la judging exhibits at the coming state corn show to bo held at tho college of agriculture in Lexington January 36 along with Instructions pertaining to exhibits as follows Corn for exhibit ehouitf bo selected as soon as it is thoroughly matured It should bo bunked and hung up In a dry well ventilated place where it will bo safe from mice and weevil Kach exhibit will consist of ten ears unless otherwise specified The torn should bo selected to conform aa nearly as possible to the points on the score card Every exhibitor Is required to take membership In tho association The membership fee la CO cents per year and will entitle the member to exhibit In all classes However boys under IS years of ago may exhibit free of charge Tho flvo best samples in the various classes will bo eligible for exhibit at the National Corn show No corn will bo admitted to tho National Corn enow that has not boon exhibited at the state show Kentucky did not nave enough corn at tho national show last year to take all tho premiums of fered 1ot every farmer who is Inter eased in Kontuckys corn crop become n member of tho Kentucky Corn Grow on association and make an exhibit The premium list will be Issued soon I Jf you arc Interested save your best t corn and pond your name to George Roberto secretary lx xlngion Ky tend receive a premium list when they come out FARMERS INSTITUTE Commissioner of Agriculture Announces Dates Frankfort Dates for county farm err Institutes in the second appellate district wore announced as follows by M C Rankin commissioner of ngrl culture First District MahlonborK Green ivJlic Ky November 2626 Hopkins iMadteonvlllo Ky November 2829 iWebstor DIxon Ky November 30Do comber 1 Union Morgnnflold Ky December 23 C 8 Kirk director T J Perkins director F 0 Odoll lecturer W I Proctor Second District Edmonson Browns vllle December 6C Warren Bowling Green December 78 Duller Morgan town December 910 Grayson Loltch Hold December 1314 W T Kane director George P Rogers lecturer Amos Hall I Third District louIe Brandon burg December 50 nreckenrldge Hardlnnburg December 78 Hancock Hawosvllle December 910 Davless Owennboro December 1213 W H Strange director W H Clayton lecturer J C Baldwin lecturer Fourth DistrictOhio Hartford De comber GG McLean Livermore Do comber 78 Henderson Henderson December 910 John G Blair dimtor W D Nichols lecturer John Hulsy organizer f NINE DEAD IN A MINE Providence As a result of an ox plosion of gas In tune No 3 of Tho Providence Mining Co 11 mIners two fhltos and nine negroes aro dead No effort has yet been mado to recover the bodies as foul stases are issuing from tho shaft and there Is no possi nlheIFrankfort L It Bain was accldon tally shot nnd killed by P J Sponco at Lawton Okln while the men were t examining a stock of firearms Mr Spenco noticed a gun on tho end of the counter and remarked to Mr Damn that such things wore dangerous and should not be lying around Mr Bain leaves a widow who Is a daughter oft James E atone clerk of Kentuckys house of representatives Lexington Collections of internal revenue amounting to fully half a mil lion dollars will be tho record for November 1910 according to tho way tho collections have been made so far during tho month Taxes etc already taken In at tho local revenue office aro far in excess of those re calved during tho first half of November of 1909 and there is every Indica lion of this month ring a record breaker In omoun of taxes collected Frankfort Holding that Leo Reed of WhItley county who had been con victed of manslaughter and sentenced to three years in the penitentiary far killing James Cain had probe My com mitted the act in selfdofr ao the court of appeals reversed the ease and ordered a now trial Louisville Alfred Stengel 16 climbed over a looso board frco and tho hammer of his rifle was aught end discharged a bullet that slowed its way through the front of LJ coat and throuGh Hta left hand r CAPITAL AIR The Now Building Is Supplied With Filtered Atmosphere Frankfort Filtered air rid of all Impurities such as dust and smoke te all that Is breathed by tho state officials and employee and visitors to tho capitol Ordinary air Is not good enough so the air Is taken from the outsldo and drawn through a curtain of runnings water Irorore it Is heated nnd admitted to the building This fact is known to only those who havo Investigated the new capitol thorough ly for the apparatus which cleanses tho air is hidden in the top and basement of tho big building By an arrangement of the big tans driven by electric colors the air is drawn from the outside Into a small room where It can be slightly tem pered If tho weather Is very cold from which It is forced through a double apray of running water The water catches dust and other III purities and tho air after vslng through tho wa ter Is said to be as pure as It can bo made Back of the spray aro the heat ing coils where the air is heated in winter before admission to the build ing One of these cleaning plants is located on the fourth floor of the building Tho air is forced down a chimney to the first floor and distrib uted through ventilators Another air cleaner Is in the baBe moat This is much larger than the other and supplies a larger number of offices with clean warm air Few visitors are allowed to see the Inside workings of tho air cleaning plants as they are hard to reach and It takes too much time to show people throughIn basement one can eee how tho beatcontrolling Instruments call ed thermostats work They pro con trolled by compressed air and when tho heat In any room roaches a cert- AIn point tho steam Is cut off and tho supply of warm air teases automat ically The compressed air also opens a ventilator and lets in cool air if the heat gets too high in any room A pump which goes off automatically and starts to work when the air pressure In a tank falls to a certain point is also an Interesting part of tho machinery in the basement NO RIGHT TO THE PROPERTY Frankfort In cities of the first class In Kentucky the commonwealth has no Interest In tho property that escheats to tho school board for school purposes Tho court of appeals arrived at this decision in deciding the case of tho Commonwealth against Em ma Thomas administrator Emma Thomas died without heirs and her property was escheated to tho school board but Auditor James appointed A W Dorsey to make n claim for the unto as ho held that tho sovereign rights of the state could not bo sur rendered by an act of tho legislature I News in Kentucky11 Lebanon Clarence Hill 12 died ot injuries received during a school foot ball game Louisville Ralph Campbell the young railroad man accused of murdering Page lllnog on July 4 was ac qultledMlddlesboroRer J G Browning was seriously injured by a falling shed Ho has preached in tho moun tale districts for 25 years Frankfort The military department has accepted tho resignation of Capt James T Hurley of Company I First Kentucky Infantry Van Burcn Edward Sweazy WAS Instantly killed in a runaway Ills horse became frightened at an object on tho roadside and dashed tho young man Into a rock fence Ills head was crushed and both legs fractured Morohcad Archie Frances 40 of Kings Mountain was thrown from a freight train here and falling across tho track had both logs and one arm cut off Two hours later ho died from his Injuries Ho was a brotherinlaw of Sheriff McCarty of Lincoln coun ty and leaves a wife and seven chil drenIatonlaTho big Jacksonville special of sixteen horsecars and the ape dal for Pensacola have gone With tho departure of the latter train tow horses ard left at the Mllldalo track Most of these will bo shipped to Tam pa when that track opens January 2 pen Mgr John Haokmclstor will remain a few days Jo settle up tho af fairs of the association before going south for tho winter The season has been a satisfactory one for tho asso elationIlopkinsvilleArthur Miles slayer of Bessie Stith on the streets of Lou isville and William Proctor escaped from the Western Kentucky asylum for tho insane Miles had been sent to the asylum after being sentenced to death When all patients wore out for exercise the two overpowered tho attendant on duty bound and gagged him with tho bed clothing and tool his keys making their escape FrankfortN L Hart of Living ton county wo pardoned by CTOT Willson Ho was serving a 20yeai sentence In the penitentiary on tho chargo of attacking a young girl Tho pardon was recommended by Judge W A Berry who tried the case and 11 jurymen who convicted Hart Shelby vllle William TroutwIne 60 retired farmer and business man was shot and fatally wounded Tho kilt ing was done with n shotgun it is alleged in tho hands of Goo W Moore It Is said the two men hall a dlspnto over COWIoI WILL OF GOD IN OUR LIVES BT REV iWLOVING Patter of ChurchIlowtoe TEXTFor that ye ought to say If tho Lord will we shall live and do this or thafJamci IV 15 The central thought of this chapter Is that the root of all worldliness Is prldOj arrogance of heart towards God and that tho only remedy Is to submit ones self to God to humble onos self In tho sight of God The spirit of worldliness hero takes tho specific form of presumptuous confi denco In the feature calculating on time to como without reference to tho providence of God as If the future were In our hands The writer lolls us that wo ought tc sat that if it be God s will we shall do so and so He Is pleading that Gods will shall have the right of way even in our planning One can not but recall tho subject of one of Hor ace Bushnolls great sermons on Every mans life a plan of God It has not been my privilege to read that particular sermon nor do I know Just tho text of it Thero aro three groat sayings coming from three sev oral men that will furnish our dlvl slois for this mornings discourse 1 Prince Albert consort of the late Queen Victoria used to say Find out the plan of God in your generation and then beware lest you cross that plan or fall to find your own place In It All true llfo has a divine plan It Is not in man that walketh to direct his steps For a moment lot your thoughts run- back over your life Many ot us will go back to tho quiet country place far from the maddening crowd It seemed at tbo tIme very uneventful and commonplace Often you caught visions and grew a bit restless for a larger life At length the time como when you started forth Now It may not be that you have seriously longed to go back and bury yourself as you used to say In that retired sphere again But havo not the disappoint ments dlsenchantmcnts revelations of life caused you to appreciate more highly the carefree exemptions ot that earlier life 1 Oh thrice happy you were when you had others to decide for you when It was yours just to obey them that had authority over you Do you think It a more accident or even in cident that your lot was thus cast Nay was It not rather Gods good pro vidence Ills great plan In your life Ills own hand has guided you Ills power kept you lie has been yourI shield and buckler your def tho right hand and on the left your reward and your all conquering lead cr Dont you believe that had you ear lier recognized tho good hand ot your God upon you and submitted your life and all to Him your life had not only been more fruitful of good but in comparably happier to01 Let us catch up the words of Prince Albert and try to flnd out tho plan of God In our generation True there Is no variableness In God lie Is ever the same And yet we know that the work of this generation Is not just that of the Apostolic ego not just that of Luthers day We are living In an ago of unrest of new adjust meats and alignments Men are straining to adopt things More than one man even In this land ot ours are trying to evolve a new roll glon Some of tho features of these new religions call on us to find Gods plan for He His plan all miraculous pow er all authority all restraint is elimi nated So we need to ask for the old parts and to raise the warning voice to try to lead others Into tho plain which is yet tho narrow but living way the only way More and more Is thero a call to stand for God and to illustrate In Individual lives what God docs In through and with tho life surrendered to Him In tho face of the widespread feeling of unrest and uncertainty let us exhibit that rest which Jesus gives and which we find in obedlenco to Him by taking Ills yoke nnd teaming from Him 2 Pastor Monod used to say Our work is but a segment In the great sphere of Gods eternal work and If we have eyes to see we may read in that portion of his work which be longs to us our name and the date of tho present year This Is another way of saying that tho work of tho Christian is to do Gods work and that each worker as an individual Is known to God and has a particular place In Gods plan Doesnt this give groat dignity and value to our work It must partake of tho priceless value the high quality of God himself for It is a part of his own work which he assigned to us as Individuals to do 3 Constantine when marking out the bounds of Constantinople being told that the city would never fill out so vast an area replied I am fol lowing him who Is leading me Wo may not hero pause to discuss the Christianity of the great emperor save only to say that he was astute and sagacious enough to adopt It as a plank In his political platform But the point before us Is submission to Cods leading Again and again does the call of the master bid us follow him Only God led lives tell most for humanity Too often with us itls not a question of knowing so much aa onu of doing tho Lords will with many of us the trouble Is that we followIngJesusppreclntion of him SUFFRAGETTES GO TO PRISOI WOMEN ARRESTED FOR RIOTING ARE ALL FOUND GUILTY Sentences Vary From Small Fines to Imprisonment Most Prisoners Choose Jail Terms London While 300 suffragettes leered and hooted without the building and battled with the police In an attempt to get In and release their comrades 1C of tho more mill tant members of the organization seeking votes for women wore fined in the Bow street police court having been declared of assault and malicious destruction of property The sentences varied from fines of 10 to 25 and Imprisonment of from two weeks to a month Most of the prisoners chose to go to jail lion Mrs Havertord was one of those found guilty of assaulting police officersThe fear of the government against the argument of the women In prison was shown when the prosecution acting under orders apparently from the home office Insisted that no woman should be found guilty who was not shown actually to have taken part Militant Suffragette Leader In the violence In spite of this plea on the part of tho governments prosecutor Magistrate Derutzen Insisted on Imposing fines declaring that mercy merely encouraged the women to fresh riots The home office has not forgotten the last batch of suffragettes sent to jail and tho scandal that was caused The women refused to eat and tho prison officials used stomach pumps sand other mechanical means to force food into them to keep them alive Several women nearly died All had to be pardoned by the homo secretary before their terms explred London England Premier Asquith has yielded to the importunities of tho suffragettes and In the house of commons announced that if ho was still In power at the next ses- sIon of parliament the government would give facilities for the consid eration of a womans franchise bill so framed as to admit of free amend ment Premier Asquith was later as saulted by suffragettes In the precincts of the house of commons and was saved from rough handling only by the prompt arrival of a strong body of policemen It seems that tho premiers promise made In the house instead of placating only Inflamed the womenSoon after the premiers announcement concerning woman suffrage a meeting of the suffragettes was held at Caxton ball when Miss Christabol Pankhurst characterized the minis ters statement as wholly unsatisfactory and nothing more nor less than an insult to tbe cause Tho women sho shouted considered the attitude of the premier a declaration ot war and they would answer tho challenge ImmediatelyWith several hundred of the women started for Downing street Here they encountered Mr Asqulth en route and in a moment ho was surrounded by the Irate mob With out any preliminaries Miss Henrietta Williams struck the premier in the face at the same time screaming You tax women as heavily as men yet women are not represented in parliamentThe had just begun to close In on the premier when police whistles brought a squad of officers and the premier was bustled into a taxicab PASTOR DANCES IN PULPIT Minister Takes Unique Way to Demonstrate to Congregation Neces city for Physical Culture Wllkcsbarre Pa Nov 23Rey George R Flinn pastor ot the Protest ant Episcopal church here did a song and dance In his pulpit for the edification of the congregation To the tune of In the Good Old Sum mer Time the minister danced and congregation to their physical as well as their spiritual welfare Upholds Sentence of Ruef San Francisco The district court of appeals Wednesday sustained the conviction ot Abraham Ruef former political boss charged with having bribed supervisors and denied him a new trial Ruef had been sentenced to 14 years Imprisonment Widely Known Mason Dies Columbus ODr H M Kinsman a thlrtylhlrd degree Mason and one of the best known members ot the fraternity In the United States died of heart disease Thursdays I THE- CRUCIFIXION Suulir School Lctioa for Dec 11 1910 L Specially Arranged for This Paper LESSON TEXTMatthew 271550 Mem ory verses 4 4142 GOLDEN TEXT He was wounded fJr our tranngresalons He was bruised for our InlquHlei Iia 53B TIMEFriday morning April 7 A D from six oclock A M till three orlock P Jr- PLACE1 Pllatei hall elthjudgmenter In Herods Palace part of the city or In Castle Antonla adjoin ing the Temple urea ort the north The Roman trial before Pilate was In tho palace of Pilate opening into a large court Sea place In tho Jewish court the charge brought against Jesus was blasphemy that Is treason against God and the Jewish commonwealth The penalty was deathWhen the leaders brought Jesus before Pilate they hoped that the governor would accept their verdict and simply countersign their sentence without inquiring further taking for granted that they would not have con demned a man to death unless he de served It But Pilate asked What accusation bring ye against this manThe verdict of Pilate was I find no fault in this man From tho mockeries In Pilates court Jesus was led away to be cruel fledJesus was so weak from his long and intense sufferings that an African from Cyreno was compelled to help him bear the cross Tho distance was from halt a mile to a mile according to the place of starting the tower of AntonIa or Herods palace and tho location of Calvary In advance was a soldier carrying a white wooden board on which was written the nature of the crime Next carne four soldiers un der a centurion with the hammer and the nails guarding Jesus who bore as always in such cases the cross on which ho was to suffer John 1917 r v Then carne two robbers each bearing his cross and guarded by four soldiers As they went forth Into tho- street they were followed by a great multitudemany with eager curiosity priests exulting over their en emy Mary with other women weep- Ing Luko 2327 This scone Is vividly described In Ben Hurt He was nearly dead Every few steps he staggered as If he would fall A stained gown badly torn hung from his shoulders over a seamless undertunlc An Inscription on a board was tied to hIs neck A crown of thorns had been crushed hard down upon his head The mob sometimes broke through the guard and struck him with sticks and spit upon him Yet no sound escaped him Tho seven words from the cross 1 Father forgive them for they know not what they do was probably spoken in the height of tho agony when the cross with the victim upon it was dropped with a sudden wrench Into its place in the ground 2 Today shalt thou be with mo In paradise To the penitent rcbber toward noop 3 Woman behold thy son Behold thy mother Toward noon when committing his mother to the loving care of John 4 Elo I Elo I la ma sabach thanl Aramaic for My God my God why hast thou forsaken me Spoken In the darkness and depression of spirit near his death about three oclock In the afternoon The solo expression of spiritual suffering 5 I thirst in the Intense thirst of his dying hour The sole expression of bodily suffering 6 It is finished The Workerss Cry of Achievement the Sufferers Cry of Relief 7 Father Into thy hands I com mend my spirit His dying cry tho triumphant note of a conqueror Redemption through his blood so frequently referred to In the New Testament gives the highest possible expression of love Blood is life the life ho gave to save us But this Includes tho whole life of Christ his coming his life work his death on tho cross and his resurrection It was this Christ who expressed his su promo lovo and his Fathers love by giving his lire that we might live The sacrifice on tho cross was the highest proof and the strongest expression of the love of God to man Christ proved the greatness of his lovo by what he was willing to suffer for those he loved Ruskin says that tho fountain In which sins are Indeed washed away is that of love not of agony But the agony was the measure and the proof of love It declares Gods love to man in letters that can bo read from tho stars Tho fact Is that there Is no other way to express in language that all can understand tho highest degrees of heroism courage selfsac rifice and love It is these qualities wo see rather than the agony as wo do not see tho particles of matter in the air by which tho sunlight is dif fused but we see the light Every power and every motive that can touch the heart of man to lift him out of sin Into the kingdom of heaven radiates from the cross as tho completion of the sacrifice of Christ It shows to us the evil of sin since redemption from sin demanded such a cost It reveals to us the loving heart of God It shows that we cannot en ter heaven unless wo are cleansed from sin It teaches us the value of salvation great beyond our concep tlon It shows tho value of our soula of character of a right Jlfo It set us an example of doing right at any oat even of our lives I DRINK BILL OF BIG CITIES Over 41000000 Paid for License Fees in United StatesWide Extent of Traffic A report recently Issued from Wash Ington shows an enormous drink bill for the great cities of tho United States where the liquor traffic main talus Its firmest hold Over fortyone million dollars la paid In the large cities of the United States for Jlcenso fees Tho extent to which tho drinking men help to pay the expense of government in these cities is indica ted by a census report covering the finances of tho country for the year 1908 In the cities having a population of 30000 or more There were at that time 158 of such cities but the com plete figures were available for only 151 of them and these figures showed that In those cities the licensed drink Ing places paid an aggregate of 41 almost year and of about 11000000 over the year 1905 The Increase was due to tho large fees exacted by most of the cities Whllo licenses decreased the license fees were increased to more than cover tho difference Of tho drinking places sanctioned by law there are no fewer than 07131 and this la a decrease within three years of about 4000 Tho falling off was due largely to the fact that a number of cities went dry Of the 158 places 24 had become no license cities when tho canvass was made The change was most marked in tho South Atlantic states and least In tho Rocky mountain region The states claiming the largest number of saloons to tho population were Texas Wisconsin and New York while Pennsylvania Massachusetts and Nebraska claimed the smallest number In proportion to the people to be supplied Galveston had ono II peopleMilwaukee boken one to every 175 In Philadel phia the freest of large cities there was only one drinking place to every 758 persons Lincoln Neb had ono to every 2038 Liquor licenses and taxes formed more than 13 per cent of the general revenue In the cities of Ohio and f more than ten per cent In the cities of California New York city received 7927300 Chicago 7252687 and Philadelphia 1969590 from this source The only other cities deriving more than 1000000 from liquor li censes were St Louis Boston Cleve land San Francisco and Cincinnati BAN ON ALCOHOL IN TURKEY Importation of Wines and Beers Con talnlng More Than Certain Amount Is Barred i prohlbltbeers containing moro than a certain proportion of alcohol and the Importation manufacture and consumption of all beverages containing alcohol not made from grape or grape products Only at two or threo special ports on the Medlterranen is the importation of alcohol for scientific purposes permitted and special plants for the operation of denaturing It are there located and are under strict official regulation Tho total abstinence from alcoholic drink enjoined upon Mohammedans is rocked in the principles of religion Mahomet Is said to have been led to put the prohibition of intoxicants In tho Koran by an incident which occurred C to himself Passing through a village ono day ho was delighted at tho merriment of a crowd of persons enjoying themselves with drinking at a wedding party but being obliged to return by the same way tho next morning ho was shocked to see the ground drenched with blood Asking tho cause ho was told that the company having drunk to excess fell to quarrelling and slaughtered one an other From that tlmo his mind was made up tho mandate went forth from Allah that no child of tho faith ful should touch wino on pain ot being shut out from the joys of Para disc The simple truth was of course that Mahomet foresaw there would bo- no stability to tho religion and em fibre ho was building up if the use of ardent spirits was permitted to his followerss Temperance Teaching As a result of communicating with several education authorities the British Womens Temperance association find from over a hundred replies that temperance is moro or less taught in tho elementary schools ot England and Wales In about CO cases the tem perance syllabus of tho board of edu cation has either been adopted or rfiecommended and In about 30 oth ers temperance is being taught in conectlon with hygiene Seven of tho big centers have sent replies Lon don Leeds Birmingham Bristol Liv erpool Manchester and Newcastle It is not however considered that tho answers are typical of the country as a whole Moro than 200 local author ties have not replied It is not im probable that the association will aP1 proach teachers on the subject I j Page FourTHECITIZEN l edCoss5hoWomen tenderest feet can wear this dress shoe It bends with your foot follows every move ment just as a r handmoves with your You wouldnt believe a shoe could be so comfortable Try itSee different a fashionable style like ehow feels in the Red Cross Shoe Shoes 4 450 and 5 Ox TrWo Mit fords 350 and 4 I 5 E F COYLE BEREA KYrYou pay less or get more I p oooooooooofohooooo1SooSoSoIoooo o o toiS I o- o IGATHERED FROM A VARETY OF SOURCES S 0 ooooooooocoOO08000oo ooooooo jlDR BEST DENTISTCITY F1IONK bas OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE DAN H BRECK Fire Life and InsuranceAccidentI Phone 505 L N TIME TABLE North Bound Knoxville G3U a inLocalIBEREA 129 p p Cincinnati 610 p m 745 a m1 South Bound Local Cincinnati C40 a m 825 p m i BEREA 1109 a m 1229 p m1Knoxvllle 700 p in 550 a Express TrainsI Stop to let off and take on passengers from beyond Cincinnati or from Atlanta and beyond South Bound Cincinnati 815 a m BEREA 1144 a m North Bound BEREA 45C p m Cincinnati 835 p m I Buy your CELERY and LETTUCE at College garden Phone 122 J R Mullett Supt f W D Logsdon and wife of Brass field were In Berea taking Thanks giving dinner with their son Tom IIhave ten nlco moat for salI weighing about 300 poundsIML Ernest Jones Paint Lick Ky 1PhoneMothers 4L Club will meet next Dec 7 at 3 oclock p in at the home of Mrs E L RobertsV All mothers aro cordially Invited to I attend Articles found on pages 293 298 300 311 and 314 In the November number of American Motherhood will f bo discussed at this meeting Mrs Laura Jones Is having her sale of Millinery Great reduction In prices Mrs TayIorB father and mother Mr and Mrs Beans of Hartsville Pa are visiting at Boone Tavern Miss Ethel C Peters who Is teaclP Ing In the Misses Scotts school In Frankfort was the guest of Mrs H r B Taylor from Thursday until Sun dayHave you seen the new line of furniture at Welchs Mrs JOG E Adams of Boulder 1Colo arrived Tuesday to make a weeks visit with her parents Mr and Mrs G E Anderson WANTEDAll good fat geese 7 I cents per pound Eggs 29 cents per dozen- J S Gott on Depot Street Miss Ruth Dietrich spent Thanksgiving at her homo in I sri II WlE have the largest and most complete line of Christmas anb Ibolfbag Boobs ever shown in Berea We will I take pleasure in showing you thru and will pack away your early selections Our collection of Cut Glass and imported Chinaware is complete y Ire Earl Moline WagonBest in town Sold I by It J Engle Berea Ky When Helen Kellnr was In Boston she called It The City of Kind Hearts She should have said A city of Kind Hearts for Borea is another of that kind Our generous merchants and citizens lately con tributed supplies ample to fill twenty five large baskets with good things for their less favored neighbors und so twentyfive families were made happy on Thanksgiving Day by their generosity Deeds and Mortages accurately drawn J M Early Notary Public Miss Ophelia S Carr of Lexington was tho guest of Miss Annie B Murray from Friday until Sunday noonFor Shoes Clothing and Heavy Un derwear go to R J Engle Berea Ky Miss Sarah Ely who has been away nursing Mr Benjamin Gay who has had a severe case of fever has rev turned Mr Gay was formerly of Borea The Union meeting of the Christian Endeavor was held In the Christian I Church Sunday afternoon An In I I terestlng meeting was reported Dont fail to see the new line ladles cloaks and suits at Welchs ufI You will have to hurry They going fast- Ladles I have as good a trimmer as you will find In any city if you want your hat made to order by any picture or style that suits you with satisfaction guaranteed Come at onco as I shall only keep her two weeks longer this I seasonMrs Laura Jones Mrs A H Watkins visited her son Chester over Thanksgiving- A j new lino of solid gold set and plain rings engraved tree Mrs Early Another car load of Old Hickory wagons for this year just in at Welch s Mr Cam J Lewis VJcoPrcsldent I of the Harlan County Bank and re presenting the Jelllco Grocery Co was In Berea on business over Thanks giving He has many friends who remember him as a faithful student in Berea College and they were allI glad to shake his hand WANTEDOrganizers againIIvo sick accident life liberal contract Write Kentucky Manager 10301041 Drexel Building Philadelphia penna Mr W D Jones of Richmond was in town Monday calling on the gro cers Mr Robert Case who was called home at Thanksgiving by the serious illness of his sister returned Monday Ills sister Is still very sick A car load of new buggies at VVjchs Remember you can Sae the Difference Mr Fleming Griffith went to Win chester and from there to Lexington by automobile Thanksgiving Day to I be best man at the wedding of a dear friend Womans Christian Association met with tho Industrial Friday afternoon Mrs Dodge was In charge of thQ programme which was of a Thanksgiving nature Mrs Geo N Ellis read a poem written by Mrs Thomson Refreshments were servedI I have a special bargain ihlldrens hats fine soft felts good styles at 150 down to 50 cents Also schoolgirls readytowear felt hats for 1 down to CO cents MrsLaura Jones u FURNITURE IARE YOU going to buy in this line If you are we only ask you to take a look at our line WE ARE NOW OPEN and in full blast with Furniture Carpets and Stoves of all descriptions Remember it is youSave the On this the same as you can on your Groceries Dry Goods Hardware Drugs and Undert- akingWELCHS Ive got too many hats since I put two stores together I am too crowded cant get my breath good come quick and buy my hats Youll save holt your money and Ill live longer Dont fool around any longer this lis the place Mrs Laura Jones Many Bureaus will be surprised to learn of the marriage of two old stu dents Helen Frenger and Horace Ensign recently They expect to male Roseland La their home Another remnant sale at Welch this week Mr Albert C Hopper a student of last year Is working in Chicago Ills address Is 214 N Hamlln Ave Dr Murlson Dunn of Richmond was In town Saturday assisting Dr Cow ley in tonsil operations slhdrI lri anything WelchsCln Difference ESIDES representing the highest type of Ladies and Gentlemens fashionable Footwear the American Lady and American Gentleman Shoes have a worldwide repu tation for being the most com fortable and best wearing Shoe These shoes look as well when worn as they dp 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 will please you Let us fit you out in some of the many beautiful new styles that we have just received Respectfully Dr Price a noted specialist of Philadelphia hold a clinic at Rich mond Tuesday at the Pattlo Clay Infirmary to which the physicians of the county were invited Dr Cow Icy was among those attending from Bereft Professor Edwards was sick tho first of the week with grippe Those who are Indebted to 110111 day and Co for coal are urged to make early settlement of their ac counts G D Holllday and Co Mrn Dick Cliff was taken to the Pattlo Clay Infirmary Saturday for treatment I Mr and Mrs Taylor Mr and Mrs Deans Miss Morrow Mary Pickering Miss Peters and Willard Bozarth wont to East Pinnacle Saturday afternoon All jowolery nnd silverware bought of us will bo engraved free Mrs- Early IOnceW C Engles now C M Canfields I GO TO CANFIELDSFINE AND NEW STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES AND CONFECTIONERY Right by the Postoffice Everything clean and uptodate I Prompt service 1IJersons living In Berea who wish Ito tako students for room and board or for room only or board only will plcaso send notice to Mr Gamble at once stating number they can ac commodate price per week for board and room or either and tho prefer once for girls or boys as both will not bo allowed in tho sumo houso I1IIss Mumlo Johns Is enjoying D her father and mother from Wakeman Ohio I Mr John Jackson who Is a stu dent at Smith Business College t t Lexington was in town last week for a visit with homo folks I Mr Ralph Patin of the class oflO who Is having good success as a teacher In Gallon 0 spent Thanks giving with friends how i Tho opening services of tho new M E Church will bo hold next Sun day at 11 a m and 630 p m conducted by tho pastor the Rev Isaiah dine Aro your sox Insured If not why Riot You can buy Iloleproot Host at Welchs Six pair for 180 and they guarantee thorn to wear six months If you dont believe It como and seeMiss Annie Powell who Is tORching In Jackson County was in town Sat i urdayLOSTPair of gold bowed nose glasses Finder will be suitably rewarded on leaving same at The Citizen office I Miss Etta Lewis who has boon visiting for several weeks with her sister Mrs Everett Todd at Good Hold 111 returned to Borea last Wednesday I Mr Edwin Tatum who Is taking a course in Tolograpby at Lexington was In Berea for Thanksgiving Miss Stella Isaacs and brother of Valley View were ale guests last j week of their sister Mrs J K Maker I Mr Morgan Kvans and little daugh tar of Richmond spent several days of last week with Mr and Mrs T J Sorlvnor i Mrs Sarah Blcknoll who has Lain teaching at Big Hill has been unable to go to her school for tho past two or three weeks on account of III neat I Mr Will holder who Is attending tho Bible School at Lexington was I tho guest of Mr and Mrs J M Early from Thursday until Saturday Mr J W VauWlnkle of lit Vernon was visiting In Borea tho latter part of last week Miss Mao Dochtorman tile trimmer of Mrs S R Baker loft Wednesday for her home In Ohio Mr Waller Knglo and Miss Molllo Stowe wore married at the home of the bride on Chestnut Street Novem ber 23 Thoy are now living at tho home of R J Engle but expect 10 go to a home of their own after Christmas Tho Rov Wllks performed tho ceremony The Madison County Bible Insti lute Is to be hold at the Christian Church Friday and Saturday Everybody Is Invited to cooperate and I help make It a success Mr Lewis Rupard and Miss Emma Buy of Winchester wore tho plea sant guests pf Mss Estolla Adams Saturday nnd Sunday The Most Popular i7 Shoes in America JmeJUcant II11Wdcan tntimaiiSHOE GO TO w J TATUMfor FRESH GROCERIES I 3 Ibs Prunes 25c 4 lbs Dried Apples r 25c 3 Ibs Dried Peaches best 125c Salmon 12c 3 cans Tomatoes 25c 3 cans Good Corn 25c I Table Talk Flour best 70c Miss Ella Adams who Is teaching at Wlldlo spent Thanksgiving with her mother Rov Theodore C Williams oflm lay City Michigan was tho preacher at Sunday night Chapel on NovclIIlHrI Ho also gave a Monday lecture In next day In which ho expressed appreciation and enjoyment of his visit to Boron und thou talked on tho Mountains His closing Bontoncu was a good summing up of the whole talk Among the moun tains Is the finest and greatest plow In which to build the structure of your lives The open mooting of the Phi Delta Literary Society takes place In the College Chapel on Friday night at I 710 p m A rally of the Bible Htudy loaders was held In learsons Hall last Saturday night Mr S W Boggu ami Prof Kills C Seals gave short In formal talks I It In probable that Prof flame will be the preacher nt Chapel Sunday I nightA crowd of young people enjoyed a drive last Saturday afternoon almost around tho Big Horn I The football gismo scheduled for Thanksgiving afternoon between the regular loams of the Blues and Whiten did not come off but to navo thorn I who were present from total dN nppolntmont a game was played IItweon the second teams Claudo Townsend who was In school four years ago Is visiting Borea tills week and has decided to ba lit school during the winter taring rv Mr S W Boggs joined President Frost In New York this week NOTICE Berea Ky October 3 1910 All creditors of W C Parks nON deceased are hereby notified to bring their claims properly proven before mo tho Administrator of the Bald V C Parks deceased for settlement J A Parks Administrator FOR SALE Twenty town lots In west end of Borea 70 foot front nnd 240 foot deep for 12G each Last opportunity to buy lots on the III DOB at such prices Also one now 6 room dwell ing house with everlasting well and all necessary out buildings Thirty iioros of land under good fence and In good state of cultivation Will tall separately or as a whole Terms reasonable For full Information call an or addressC Cllft heron Ky RHODUS C HAYESTHE QUALITY STOREJMAIN STREET BEREA KY J V 5 I v r THE CITIZEN I Page Five Important properties of I the Grape are- transmitted L by 2 ROYAL BakingPowder P Absolutely Pure to the food The food is therebymade l tasty and digestible CHRISTMAS CONCERT Tho Harmonic Society of the col logo has been working during the Fall term on Tho Messiah and these who know tho work and havo heard the Harmonla sing It say that Uiey wero never In better condition to Sender this great oratorio Tho concert will be given Decem her 20th and the sale of seats will 110 doubt bo larger than over before IIiTho soloists who come from Cin cinnati aro by far tho best ever hoard hero and they alone aro worth many times tho prlco of admission 1 I Joseph Schcnkc of Cincinnati who comes to sing the tenor solos fs said to bo tho best tenor In Cincinnati The Enquirer says Of all Cincinn alls tenors no tine Is morn popular than Mr Schenke Mr Stanley Baughman the Basso for tho same concert also conies highly recommended The New York Muslclal Courier says of him Ho IB a most noble singer who has a large resonant bass vulco of wide compass and oven scale Ho holds the position of Bass in the quartet choir of the First Presbyterian church of CincinnatiMrs WernerWest was for cloven years soprano soloist in tho Avondale Grace Episcopal church Her work as soloist for the Muslclal Art Society and Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra has been most acceptable and at each appearance she has been received with enthusiasm Miss Maull the contralto Is a singer of enviable reputation and those who enjoy The Messiah will bo pleased with her when she renders Ho shall feed His flock IN MEMORIAMI Those who were In Ucroa from 1001 i to 1003 will remember Miss Lathen Alexander and will regret to hear of her death on the 11 lust If one were asked to express Miss Alexanders charatcer In one word that word would be dependable Kind and sympathetic toward her associates enthusiastic nod faithful In the discharge of doty helpful and hopeful under discouragement loyal and true in every service she was a friend not soon forgotten- No one can recall Lathea without a pleasing recollection of her rich contralto voice so powerful yet BO sweet and sympathetic After tho enforcement of tho Day Law Miss Alexander attended Flak University Later she accepted tho prlnclpalshlp of tho Mountain Street r graded school at Asheville N C which position she hold at the time of her death Tha history of hor life Is tho history of a joyous earnest loyal spirit I who loft tho world the bettor for hor sojourn In It THE ART OF READING Never como to any author preju diced says Anno Bryan McCall In Womans Homo Companion of Novom I ber Wo do many a book tho Injus j tice of condemning It from hearsay Such and such a person tells you I they have found this or that writer dull Yet to you he may bo Just the friend you need just the one who can most minister to you Do not follow blindly the teaching of any book The chief end of all good books Is to teach you to think for yourself Ono other thing I would like to urge on all of you who love books and have or mean to have a collection I of dear book friends Novur lose sight of tho obligation these friends lay on you Live to bo worthy of them No matter how great a book it can only be great to you It you have some answering greatness in you To tho potty and small and selfish and ignoble these silent friends have noth ing to say Tho eye may read the written page but the soul Is not spoken to by the great and noble un less that souls effort Is day by day toward greatness and nobleness Any pno who can pay tho price of their printing and binding may possess facslmlllcs If these book friends of yours but neither their strength nor loveliness nor their friendship nor j I their virtue is to be had for so cheap a price For these must be won dally as such things must bo won from other friends from an answering strength and virtue In ourselves Thoso of us who have been lIB jtient under repeated trial will best love and understand tho Odyssey Those of us who have suffered loss and patiently conquered despair will best know Tennysons In Memoriam and only those of us who have loved nobly and well without thought of self will bo able to share intimately tho Drowning letters The wear and tear of lIfo show their cffectK most evidently not in those who work hard and sacrifice themselves for the sake of others but In those who worry about thou own afflictions diseases and misfortunes NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from Gnt page- great deal of Interest and some anxiety As to every proposition suggested It is said that ho will recom mend and that ho will not and that ho has this opinion and that ho has i that This may nil bo true but ono would think that with only this ses sion to look forward to for the enact ment of his program ho would sub mit such a message as would show meal it up with such Insistency that the pledges of tho party might bo In a largo measure fulfilled oven yet BREAKING RECORDS AND NECKS Johnston broko the worlds high arterwarllIJohnstons record andwe waltItI wont bo long That was pretty high to fly though 1070 feet and even higher for at that point his baro- graph struck and wouldnt write any more PERISH IN FLAMES Twentyfive girls lost their lives In a terrible fire in Newark N J last Saturday The building In which they wore working was a four story brick and was occupied by several paiwr box manufacturers The fire completely enveloped the various floors In ten minutes Several lost their lives by Jumping from windows Those that escaped but are now In hospitals seriously Injured number more than fifty- REVOLT QUELLED Tho Mexican revolt that was thought to have reached such pro portions as to threaten the adminis tration of President Diaz Is charac terized by the U S Counsel as most ly hot air TIll leader of the revolu tionists Is thought to be wounded hand tho Government forces are rapidly getting control of the disaffected districts I IN OUR OWN STATE lint page 1 IColltluucdrom SUPERVISOR Supt T J Coats of tho Richmond City Schools line been appointed Sup r visor of tho Rural Schools orKen tucky Supt Coates Is a native of Plko County and one of tho most popular Institute Instructors In the State Ho has been in his present position In Richmond a little more than three years His selection to fill tho now office of supervisor created by tho last Legislature Is a most fortunate one for the schools of tho state- RESULTS OF RECENT ELECTION Continued from Hint rage York Ohio New Jersey Massachusetts and Indiana isjx direct rejection of tho Rooseveli Policies and that ho Is politically dead Strange from Democrats This Is strange especially as com ing from tho Democrats for one would think that they at least would claim some merit for their own policies FIRE FIRE FIRE IIsoundtect himself against loss by fire by insuring his property I 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 Dont risk the loss ofproperty that represents the accumulations of years of toil You owe ifto your family as well as to yourself to secure II protection Come in and see us about it and let us tell you exactly what insurance will cost you If you decide that you dont want to insure t you will be under no obligations whatsoever Our offices are in the Berea Bank C Trust Co Our telephone is No 184 PORTERHOWELL CO I W H PORTER HIl HOWELL 1ar I A BRIGHT SPOT IN BEREA I I NO SECRET IEverybody Knows You Can Buy MOREGOODS HERE SLAUGHTER SALEBeginning Saturday Dec 3ICONTINUING 30 DAYS Best Patent Flour 65 cents Best Meal 60 cents 20c Coffee ISc 35c Coffee 25c 20 pounds Sugar 100 4 bars Toilet Soap Sc 2 bars Tub Soap Sc 4 pounds Candy 25c IIR J ENGLE SONThe Place Everybody ra esI Iand tho men advocating them It is less strange as coming from Roose velts enemies In tho Republican party It Is nothing but natural that tho discredited wing of the Republi can party should be willing enough to divert attention front Its own fa tal mistakes and such Is human nature Result Explained The simple fact Is that tho Republi can Party had become topheavy with rottenness It had in the last six I teen years and more drawn to itself alone all that was evil In American I Political Life except Tammany Hall and tho SchmldtReufCalhoun gang I of grafters In San Francisco and it hind caught a good part of Tam many Hall viz Wall Street Every ovll smelling business every corporation evfcry grafter every Interest engaged In plundering the Ilea pIe except those above named had In some way or other attached it self to tho Republican party and ex cept for the fight made by Roosevelt and a few of his followers and the attack made by tho Insurgents from tho Middle West It found safe har bor therein Thre Paths Before Roosevelt When Roosevelt returned from Africa ho was confronted with three paths leading down tho futureand only three Ho could Join tho Stand patters and try to win victory fort lost cause he could retire to pri vale life and be a very nice respect able figurehead an onlooker while the great battle of political strife raged around him for the next twen ty or thirty years or he could enter tho fray and put himself at the mead of that part of tho battlelino which most nearly agreed with the ideas he had been advancing for the last twentyfive years He chooso the littler He Chose Well It Is surprising that any one could have supposed that ho would choose otherwise And with all duo respect to tho majorities obtained especially In New York and Ohio 1 for one do not doubt that ho choose well both for himself and for tho Republican party He was right in tho main in all his previous career ho Is more than right today Ho is still the most val uablo asset of the party and It will bo well for tho party If It shall recognize that fact Effect of Choice upon Parties It Is truo that as soon as his choice was made and bccamoknown all the evil element of the party hasten ed to take shelter within the Demo cratic party and that party welcomed them with alacrity It hall tasted de feat so often that it would have wel comed them had they been tenfold more dangerous than they are Dusl ness evil smelling business has no politics It is out for tho Almighty dollar and it will go to that party that will let It alone The crim inal wealth of the country and tho criminals associated with that crim- Inal wealth have now largely gone over to tho Democratic party and the Republican party Is all the better I for It It will bo all the better for It If It shall stay there It remains to be seen what that party will doI with It With Bryan dead Is not fair to presume that It will find sate lodgement there Hope for Republican Party If so can we not once again build up a Republican party which will bo a party of the people I think co Look at tho Insurgents of the west Cummins in Iowa Lafollette in Wis consin Stubbs and Murdock and tho rest In Kansas and all the Insur gent Congressmen reelected with one or two exceptions And these ex la gal Buckets lOc 2 gal Bucket given free with 50c sale 1 Baker Knives SOc 15 Suits Clothes 9 2 Pants 125 2 Fur Hats 1 Heavy Underwear 39c Where ceptlons only show the truth of whet I am trying to say Serious Loss and Great Gain The one distinct loss among tho In surgents Is Bevorldgo of Indiana and it is certain that he lost not because ho was wrong but because evil business threw Its lot with the Demo cratic party On the other hand loot at the cohorts of the Interests that have gone down in defeat or were driven out of the fight by stress of public opinion Tho list is too long to same in this article but among others are Tawney of Minn esota Carter of Montana Burrows of Michigan Dick of Ohio Halo of Maine Aldrich of Rhode Island Do pew of New York and a host of les ser lights to say nothing of tho score or more of men who had defend ed tho Special Interests for half a lifetime and who fell by the wayside before the storm came Of the Insurgents only one of Na tional prominence has fallen Bever Idge and ho is stronger In defeat than in victory and Is young enough to bo heard from again Analysis of Result Let us stop for a moment to fur ther analylzo the result In conservative New York the Re publican party under the leadership of Roosevelt threw off the leadership of The Old Guard which meant the domination of everything that was against tho Interest of the peo ple before the final fight at the polls and nominated a progressive ticket op a progressive platform That ticket was defeated by a little over 50000 out of nearly a million voters In Ohio tho Republican party re jected the Insurgent candidates and the Insurgent platform and nominated a ticket of the Standpat variety on a Standpat platform and It was beaten 100000 In a total vote of less than half a million Tho people of Ohio distrusted Boss Cox and they would have none of his candidate Harding Gar field will be heard from In that state yet again while the policies of Marie Hanna are as dead as they ought to be and the people of tho rural districts will have none of Foraker or any of that crowd not that Harmon and his crowd are much better but they say they can deal with them when they get Judy Fair Presumption What would have been the resultIhad the situation been wOUldlhavo250000 Democratic I have no doubt of it Or If perchance with such a ticket as I have indicated Ohio had still gone for Harmon it would have been better than It Is Forcasts for Democracy But you say what of the Democratic party What will It do Andes peclally what will it do with the acquired Interests Why bless youI Made by All Calicos Sc 2Sc Suiting 15c Dolls Toys and Nice Presents for the children father mother and sweetheart at half price Come one come all A Happy New Year gh misdoings Is not that a party largely of Inter ests They talk of the tariff and what they will do with It They will do nothing absolutely nothing of value to the country Wot you not that every outrageous schedule put In tho PaynoAldrlch tariff bill was placed there by the help of Demo I cratic votes In the Senate and could have been placed and kept there only by tho help of Democratic Senators And does any one suppose that I those Democratic Senators are going to experience a change of heart af I ter a Democratic victory Well hard ly If any relief Is to como to the people from the burden of taxations brought about by tho tariff it must come about through tho agency of tho Progressive Element of the Republican party Let No Man Waver No Republican defeat was not the result of the Roosevelt Policies but In spite of them Ho would have saved the Republican party if he could from Its more than fatal leader ship He and the men who believe and act with him will yet save it If It can be saved Let no man who believed in Theodore Roosevelt last summer waver this winter The hearts of the people are with him The Dosses and tho Interests and the money devils are generally againstI him and who cares They are never for the people Further House Cleaning Tho Republican party must give up some more of Its old time favorites lor If not favorites then some of its latter acquisitions as for instance Ballluger Lorlmet Guggenheim and I Sunny JIm otherwise J S Sherman President Taft has a chance a slim chance to save to yet save his admin istration from utter failure but he must give up Balllnger and perhaps others and begin all over again and he must do this with a Democratic House on his hands a very difficult thing to doHow Democrats Won The Democrats won this fight with tho aid of Republicans men who will train with tho Republicans two years hence If given half a chance In New York mauy of tho Stand patters tho Old Guard voted with tho Democrats In Ohlo many who were Insurgents voted the same way In the city of Cincinnati the business interests especially those connected with tho great Trusts voted for Har mon as a rebuke to Roosevelt Parting of Ways All these claim still to be Republi cans but tho Republican party has como to the parting of the ways and It must chooso between tho In surgent and the Trust It must take one or tho other It cannot have both It has fostered tho Trust nt tho expense of the people and now in the day of its need tho Trusts aro ready to flee to tho Democratic party Let them go say the Insur gents Lot them go says Roosevelt d WHEN THE HUSBAND GOES MARKETING he 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 brand but youll say its worth more after you have tried it BEREA ROLLER MILLS ANDREW ISAACS Prop Berea Ky Page Six THE CITIZEN r L SERIALSTORY Archibalds r AgalhaBy =j EDITH HUNTINGTONMASON Aalhor ol The Real Agatha C- ooir11gbhre6 BAI faa s SYNOPSIS Archibald Terhune a popular end In dolent young bachelor of London re ceives news that he has been made heir to the estate of his Aunt Oeornlana with an Income of 20000 a year on condition that he becomes engaged to be married within ten days Falling to do eo the legacy Will go to a third cousin In Amer lea The story opena at Castle Wyckoft where Lord Vincent and his wife friends of Terhune are discussing plans to find him a wife within the prescribed time It- seems that Lady Vincent is one of seen persons named Agatha all close girlhood thuma She decides to Invite two of them to the castle and have Archie there ns- Gno of the guests Agatha Sixth strikes Archie as a handpalnted beauty Agatha lInt 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 he cares for him but will require a months time fully to make up her mind Agatha Pint neglected by Terhune re ceives attentions from Leslie Freer Four days of tho precious time have passed when Terhune Is called to London on business Agatha First on the plea of sickness excuses herself from a motor trip planned by the Vincent Later they ec Agatha First picking flowers with a strange man The Vincents dlscusa Agathas seeming duplicity The following day the party visits the ruins of an old convent Terhune continues his attentions to Agatha filxth Then suddenly lie transfers his attentions to Agatha First Vincent scores him for his appar I ant fickleness v CHAPTER VIII Continued lie glanced at me in a half embarrassed half triumphant way much as ho used to do In the first Castle Wyckhoft house party days when he was about to tell me of his latest clue In regard to the Identity of the real Agatha Well to be quite frank with you lie sold the truth of the matter Is that Agatha First wont let me alone Meaning I said that shes In love with you Well of course ho replied re moving his eyeglass and polishing It desperately as Is his custom when he pretends to be embarrassed I wouldnt like to say that exactly I couldnt say positively that Is butt to a man of my experience In such J matters and knowledge of the fair sex the Indications areO rot I Interrupted rudely I quitetage its an old falling of his What makes you think sol I asked alter a moments consideration AI though I couldnt quite believe that Asatba First was actually In love with him still I wanted to hear his reasons for the conclusion I didnt want to believe It that was certain 1 thought we had trouble enough on our hands as It was without having to reckon with a broken heart on tho part of Miss Endicott And as this contingency assumed an air of prob ability to my mind I Inwardly vowed t again never to undertake another matchmaking project Gad no Let people marry themselves hereafter without any Interference from me I had had all I wanted of the thing this time What makes you think sor I repeated Arch shrugged his shoulders Cant help It Shes after me the whole time I suppose she cant help fancy tug aID of myerif I may somy attractions I daresay Im a revela tlon to her In comparison with the American college youths she has probably been used to Experience and Intellect does count you know Wilfred Besides the results show But I cut him short again Tho results show I said sternly that youre just enough of a chump to heed her mania for amusing her Belf with youfor I cant think she Is In earnest I bad to tell him that for his own good though I could have wished I felt surer this was the fact nor fondness for flirting with you flatters you so much that youd run the risk of losing the girl you care for just for the sako pf having that cgrejlous tnclty of yours pleasantly tickled as her apparent fancy for our society undoubtedly tickles Itl Tour old falling again Ton my word old chap I thought better of you Bettor of your prudence and foresight Why I couldnt have had loss of an 4 eye out for my own Interests myself In the days when you and I were con tending suitors for the hand of one of Ilio Agathas and you Insisted that It kbould be tho heiress and no other I And bullied me so because I didnt tiikn tho same view And the Lord knows you made enough fuss about Wail But when I reported the result of any remonstrance to Dearest she uald it hadnt been half severe enough with him and it was with difficulty that I I persuaded her that speaking to him herself would only make matters worso and Torhuno more obstinate CHAPTER IX it was the very last evening of the time that had been alloted Terhune In which to select a wife The fol lowing day was to see Solicitor Barnes at luncheon with us at one oclock precisely Dearest having Invited him In accordance with Mrs James request that ho should be the referee present at the house when the last minute of Terhunes ten days of grace should expire and his expected pres enco at the meal brought It home to us what a decisive one it must of necessity bo Decisive was indeed the right word to use In connection with that meal For It old Arch was still free and unafflanced when he sat down to it he might as well never have been nephew of his aunt as far as in heriting that aunts property was con cernedDearest was inclined being optimis tic enough to hope for a consumma tion of his engagement to Agatha Sixth before that timeto make of the luncheon a sort of marriagefeast In honor of that event and was already planning famous ices and cakes of a hymeneal nature But Arch seemed nQt to view the approach of the cru cial day with such a light heart Ills thoughts at dinner that night were so absent in fact as to force one to con clude that the spectre of his aunts third cousin seated upon the veranda of the house in Australia with pos sessive feet on the railing had become his familiar spirit It was this apparent anxiety of his and his feverish devotion to Agatha Sixth that utterly unprepared me for the unfortunate denouement later The evening had ended at last and Dearest and I had succeeded in start Ing a general move toward retiring for the night We had been playing bridgethat is the two Agathas had with Terhune and the inevitable Freer while my wife and I stood by We Turned to the Folding Doors Again and cut In now and then We had observed with pleasure that the party of four had divided itself exactly as we would have arranged It ourselves Terhune and Agatha Sixth were part ners as were Agatha First and Freer Better still Agatha Sixth seemed quite to have forgotten the unhappy epl sode of the waterfall when Arch had so obviously missed his cue and was openly basking in the return of her admirers devotion And Agatha First too seemed quite contented not n whit disturbed by this attitude on my friends part and mildly amused by the attempted gallantries of the rectors son from Wye It was In fact a thoroughly happy little foursome and as a spectator of Its content I felt particularly pleased when I thought of what Arch had confided to me just before dinner That he Intended to obtain a definite and what he seemed to consider a favorable answer from Agatha Sixth on the morrow We had all gone to bed and the night was well advanced when I was awakened from the rlpplngest kind of a sleep by the loudest kind of a bang you ever heard In your life It came from the big drawing room which wo did not often use directly below my room and woke me at once It sound ed for all the world as If some one or something had knocked over one of the endless number of statuettes heavy vases or little tables that make a regular auction shop of the place and I struggled into my bath robe In a minute to go and see what It was Dear sts room adjoined mine and I listened atthe door to find out if sho had been awakened and hearing noth ing from her went on my way down stairsI much believe It could be a burglar I had a hazy notion that It might be one of the dogs who had gotten in there somehow There are no end of the big brutes about the place and sometimes one gets Into the house for tho night in spite of Dearest So I wasnt in the least alarmed or apprehensive and was just about to lay my hand on the drawing room folding doors which were at the foot of the stairs when I heard tho lightest possible tread en the stairs behind me and a soft hand clutched my arm It was Doarost of course 0 Fred dy she gasped what Is It One of the dogs I expect I told her What made you come Why she said In an Indignant lit tlo whisper I came after you of course Do you think Id let you go all ntyno Why not I whispered Im a man Besides theres nothing to be afrnlil of 0 but there Is she assured me Its burglars I know It Is Theyve come tojiteal the Wyckhoff emeralds I know they have I Burglars nothing I answered- Its ono of the dogs I say Besides If It were a burglar thats all the more reason why ybu should go back And leave you to be killed all alone Never Sometimes I admit It with a sort of fond regret my wife Is unreasonable It wouldnt help any If you wore killed tool I told her Besides youll catch cold Its chilly down here and I want you to go back She caught the tone of authority In my voice a tone I seldom use toward her and foil to pleading with me 0 Freddy cant I ethyl she begged Its so exciting I See Ivo brought you a pistol and heros an um brella for met She came close up toli me as she spoke and tho gleam ofI otarllght from to hall windows upon her supplicating face and the old blunderbuss Moe bad taken down from somo wall as S carried In her right hand and the ottar weapon of defense she had mentlorrtxA In the otherI ghed If one map be said to laugh In a whisper anti hugged her for her spirit armament and all Then wo turned to the folding doors again Beneath them and through the crack between a faint light showed Making himself pretty much at home for a burglar to light the lamp I remember thinking And I slowly and cautiously widened the aforesaid crack until a space of some two or three Inches wide was obtained the doors rolling back softly on each side without any noise at all Then wo looked In my wife making It possible for us to do this at one and the samo time by kneeling on the floor at my side and thus obtaining a chink to look through all to herself It was lucky she was so near the floor I thought afterward or she would certainly have fallen upon II with surprise when she behold the thing our eyes asked of us to believe For thcrp at the far end of the draw thllightlow was Agatha First We recog nlzcd her oven in that light without fall dressed as she had been that eve ning for dinner and standing with his back toward us and his arm around her was a man In an attitude unmis takably loverlike and possessive And through the hush of that late hour the low murmur of their absorbed voices penetrated the Inmost recess of our staggered consciousness Agatha First and a man meeting In secret at that hour What could It mean Who could It be The surprise of my discovery In the woods the day of our trip to North bury was as nothing to this But alas We knew only too well this time who the man was and without requiring any further proof such ai we had had on the other occasion when we had waited until tho discov cry of the checked coat before wo felt sure In this Instance we neither of us doubted for a moment the Identity of Miss Endlcotts companion In hoi equivocal position Freer had sold good night and gone on down to the village at ten oclockI when the party had broken could not be he Then It must ofI necessity be Terhune Indeed whaI other man would have tho elllliwasArt Leads Language and The fact is that art Is working ttr ahead of language as well as of sCh once realizing for us by all manner of suggestions and exaggerations effects for which as yet we have no name nay for which we may never perhaps have a direct name for the reason that these effects do not enter very largely Into the necessities of life Hence alone Is that suspicion of vagueness that often hags about the purpose of a romance it Is clear enough to UII In thought but we are not used to con sider anything clear until we are able to formulate It In words and analytical language has not been sufficiently shaped to that end It Is not that there is anything blurred or Indefinite In the impression left with us It Is just because the impression Is so very definite after its own kind that Wit find it bard to fit it exactly with the expressions of our philosophical spechRobert Louis StevensonI A Sparkling NoveliitIA New York editor at the Century club told a story about Robert W Chambers tho wellknown young novelist Chambers went one summer ha said to Sunapeo with his brother At the Ben Nero Inn tho nrlstlcratlo old ladles In rocking chairs seated on the cool piazza that overlooks the lake were very much stirred up by Mr Chambers arrival Whenever ho ap peared they gathered about him and talked books- Chambers was always ready for them Ho had always on his lips some witty saying to double them up Oh Mr Chambers cried an old lady one day I admlro Lorraine so much Ive read It eight times Madam answered Chambers with a bow I would rather hoar you say youd bought eight copies AnswerHis Literal In all policies of Insurance these among a host of other questions oc cur Ago of father If living Age of mother living A man In the country who filled up an application made his fathers age If living one hundred and twelvo years and his mothers ono hundred and two The agent was amazed at this and fancied ho had secured an excellent customer bet feeling somewhat dubious he re marked that tho applicant came of a- very long Ilved family Oh you see sir replied he my patents died many years ago but If living would be aged as there put down Exactly I understand said the went SERVICEABLE HOUSE FOR- PRESERVATION OF ICE Good Drainage Is Necessary and Walls Must be Constructed- So as to Allow Free Circulation of Air Over Top Serviceable Farm Ice H oute With Cement Finish A house for Ice storage must have proper drainage to keep the lea out of the water the foundation and walls must be BO constructed that air cannot get to the Ice from below and you must have a free circulation of air over the top of the Ice at all times writes J E Brldgeman In the Na tlonal Stockman and Farmer The roof must of course be tight to keep out the rain Such n house will keep the Ice fairly well regardless of Its construction Hut Icehouses like everything else will give butter results If built with Ice House Floor Plan some care The studding should be 2xSinch timbers and tho spaces between walls filled with sawdust or other Insulating material Tho In tenor walls may be covered with any lumber or material that will keep the sawdust In place The exterior walls mny bo covered with boxing and the cracks battened or drop siding may be used and the roof may be cov ered with any roofing material that will keep out the rain and snow To Insure proper drainage excavate the trenches two feet below tho founda tion and flll the excavation with broken stone Build the foundation on the stone A house 10x12 or 12x14 feet square and eight or ten feet In height rrMANY SMALLFARM TOOLS Experiments Show Amount Fur Exceeds Guess of FarmerAdvantage of Syotomatlc Arrangement Apparent If tho average farmer were asked How much money have you Invested In the small tools on this farm It Is probable that after a moment of thought during which he would havq a mental picture of an axe a hand saw a grindstone and rather a con fused Idea that thoro was a tot of stuff of one sort or another somewhere about tho farm would reply that from 25 to 50 would cover tho cost A recent investigation conducted by the Ohio experiment station In coop oration with the U S department of agriculture discloses that this Is far short of tho mark In order to arrive regard to thisat some conclusion In matter careful Inventories were ta ken on thirtythree Ohio farms and In every Instance tho total amount was many times what tho owner had guewied The fact that those small tools are bought one at n time as needed and are not cared for systematically leads of their valueto a very erroneous idea summarizing the Inventories of those thirtythree farms It Is estimated that to completely equip a general farm of ICO ncroa In Ohio with small tools will probably cost from 200 to 300 or In excess of the farmers guess by more than GOO per cent An error in judgment of this amount particularly when the error Is against tho farm is serious enough to challenge our atto tlon liven on farms where Inventories nro habitually taken theso tools of minor equipment are usually Included as other small tools and given a guessed at value somewhat after the stereotyped expression appearing on sale Mils other articles too numer ous to mention Farm requirements differ very greatly tho highly specialized farm not needing nearly so runny tools as the general farm The necessity of a fair ly complete outfit Is apparent If the farmer would avoid expensive trips to town or to the neighbors to meet some Immediate need thereby stopping will be ample In size for the ordinary family Perhaps tho best construction for an Ico houso Is ono with a stucco finish as shown in the accompanying Illustration This stucco Is simply two coats of Portland cement plaster over wood or metal lath Native lum ber may be used and the studding covered with rough lumber over which Is placed the stucco finish Tho sand and gravel for cement work are usually found on the farm or close at hand which makes the ce mont work cheaper than wood This house has a composition roof and n ventilator built of boards one by two hot square The spaces between the rafters are left open for ventilation and the walls are plastered down to grade line The dirt should be so graded that all watur will drain away from the house FOR DAISIESAND VIOLETS Cold Frames Should IIuvo Gluoa Iut on Ilcforo Severe Cold Weather Seta in Air on Mild Days Tho cold frames In which are plant ed those flowers should have the glass put on before cold weather cover the sash frosty nights with strRwI belbankedAir the frames In the middle of every mild day Daisies and violets will sur vivo tho winter In a warm border covered with a light coat of clean rye straw which should be taken off In mild weather to harden the plants When weather is severe put on the straw and cover with a little light brush to bold the straw In place Plants that are to flower must be given an extra covering In severe weather a light covering of leaves may be spread over the plants In the frames In severe weather r teams and laborers until the repair Is affected The advantage of some sys tematic arrangement Is also apparent In order that the exact tool may be at hand when wanted and thus avoid loss and delay by reason of mislaid bor rowed stolen or lost tools The Inventories of the thirtythree farms Investigated are summarized and discussed In Circular 98 of the Ohio experiment station and tho arti cles are so classified and arranged as to make It easy for any farmer to compare the list with those found on his own farm This circular will be sent free upon request CORN CONTESTSFOR Knowledge und ExperienceGained of Fur Greater Importance Than Any Prize Offered or Won The corn contests which havo been carried on In tho many states have proven of groat educational value to tho boys The prizes offered have added zest to the endeavor to make the best showing and produce the best corn but tho knowledgo and experi once gained are of far greater Import ante than any prize Last year there was Issued In Arkansas a circular on the effect of the corn contests upon tho boy participating It says The boy who has engaged In n contest of this kind whether success fully or not has gained practical training of far reaehing valuo and lasting significance Ho has been brought In touch with the great nat ural laws on one hand and with mod ern science on the other lie has by his own efforts demonstrated the rein tlon between tho two Ho has been led to work and think to apply knowl edge to the most practical affairs of life By his own efforts ho has made a crop and dignified himself by accomplishment lie line established In his own mind for all tlmo tho relation of theory and practice Help for Farmers Wife If there Is need of a new rlfilnt plow end washing raaohSno Ant atcannot afford both lot tho utow oral until next season PROFIT IN MUNICIPAL FARM Indianapolis It Now Doing Urged to Follow the Example of Kansas City In view of tho fact that tho develop ment of tho northwestern portion of the city must soon compel the aban donment of tho present workhouse Kansas Citys first years experiment with a municipal farm Is of interest Tho farm was undertaken as an lm provement over an expensive work house Tho results havo Just been Issued in tho form of a summary by the board at public welfare A workhouse prisoner used to cost Kansas City 220 a year a julsonor on the farm has been earning 100 an nually for the city Tho figures given as averages ahow that the city has turned a loss of 60 cents a day for each prisoner Into a gala of 30 cents for each prisoner The report says that this Is not all tho gain however that has accrued to the municipality The reformatory Influence of the farm has been marked It is asserted that tho prisoners take an unloked for Interest In tho farm work an Interest never mot with in workhouse tasks and as a result the desire to escape In minimized and but tow guards are nee essary Tho prisoners plant and cultivate and harvest crops caro for live stock build roads and fences and repair them in all of which there Is a variety of toll suitable to different kinds of ability The city sells the products of tho farm not needed and the fund derived Is applied to the maintenance of the prisoners Now the electors of the city are soon to vote on a proposi lion to issue bonds In 50000 to pay for tho material and superintendence In the construction of a 125000 build leg tho manual labor to bo dono by the prisoners The slto of the Marlon county workhouse Is valuable for residence lots and could be sold for an amount sum ciently large to purchase a good sized farm as well as to provide for the erection of necessary buildings If the workhouso farm experiment Is as successful as It Is reported to bo In Kansas City Cleveland and other cities it Is hoped that the county council and commissioners will make an Investigation of tho subject before final action Is taken as to the erection cf a new prison Indianapolis Star Decorating Cities The triennial conclave of Knights Templar In Chicago was made the occasion for the most lavish decora tion of a city ever seen In tbo United States with the exception of the Hud sonFulton celebration In New York It Is estimated that 200000 was ex pended on this feature of the enter tainment of the knights This work was done In sections by three of the largest companies In the business each being called upon to look after the branch of the business in which It was most proficient Ten carloads of material In addition to the mass of bunting flags etc obtained locally were used The general scheme followed tho line of the big Templar parade winding through the streets over which the route was laid and beginning on Michigan avenue and ending on La Salle street with man vivo arches while the central portion of tho plan Included a long straight Templar Way along State street lined with stately pillars festooned end connected with ropes of laurel Popular Mechanics Municipal Fruit Trees There Is no need for an ordinance In St Paul providing for tho planting I of fruit trees In parks as proposed by VJohn It Hmorson tho Chicago alder man according to Superintendent Nussbaunor of the St Paul park sys tem For five years over 00 fruit trees havo been flourishing In Oak land park Those wero planted years ago by tho children of that neighborhood but tho park board cares for them Thoro are plots In the other parks for the planting of fruit trees when tho park board deems It advis able to sot the trees out It Is urged by the Chicago alderman that fruit trees are hardy and might well fO place shade truesSt Paul Pioneer Press Big Advertising for a Texas City The business men of Houston Tex have some big plans for advertising that city this coming season The Business league has announced that ono of the largest publicity campaigns so far Inaugurated by a city tho size of Holston will bo launched shortly Between 50000 and 100000 will be expended In advertising A very com plete press and Information bureau Is an Important part of their plan This will be equipped with everything that has been tried out with success In other cities and will be In charge of a man experienced In newspaper and publicity work All Along the Line Our grocer Isnt logical When Ico coos up ho raises the price of meat Thats all right Ho has to use ico to keep his meat chilled Uut ho also gives the price ol kindling wood a substantial boost THE CITIZEN Page Seven Leo I I Ntttt NtUt1 I F ot 1frrerllJuyras I Vanderbilts 11 Lost Opportunity For Which a Vanderbilt Grieved William H Was Sorry He Did Not Let New York Central Show It Could Beat Pennsylvania Fait Mall It hna always been my Impression that William II Vanderbilt grieved more over au opportunity which ciuno to him and which ho lost and felt moro greatly humiliated thereby by tho senso that ho bad mado a mis take than over any other event in Ma experience as tho successor of his father the Commodore at tho head of the Vandorbllt railways So said tome tho late George C Hangs who In the seventies became to all intents and purposes the creator of the coun trys fast railway mall service and who had afehls assistant In tho work Theodore N Vail now head of the great Hell tolophono by tom of tho countyAs tho superintendent of tho rail way mall eorvlce and especially tho fast mall feature of It which had been established practically under my direction continued Mr Bangs 1 was brought In very close touch with the managers of the Important railway lines running from the At lantic coast to Chicago I know bet tor than tho public did how Intense was the competition between tho Now York Central and tho Ionnsylvonla The fast railway mall service was os tabllshcd at about tho time rato cut ting was at Its height the very time when as It was afterwards proved tho Standard 011 company was getting very largo rebate from the rail road companies Now ono of tho thing which might sorvo to advertise these rail roads and to aid them in their com petitive struggle was tho ability they showed to maintain what In those days wore very fast railway mall services between Now York or Phila dolphin and Chicago- In tho spring of 1S7S I happened to learn tbat tho famous theatrical managers Jarrett and Palmer bad mado contracts with tho Pennsyl vania tho Union Pacific and tho Cen tral Pacific by which those railroad companies pledged tbemsolvoa to haul a special theatrical train from New York to San Francisco in three and ono hnlf days time It also camo tom knowledge that tho attempt was to be made to deliver by the same train a mall which loft tho Now York postolllco In tho early morning in Chicago on tho evening of tho same day Immediately I made an appoint ment by telegraph with William H Vanderbilt and ran over from Wash 1 Man Who Refused to Associate With Jay Gould John Duff of Ooiton Declined to Serve At Official of the Union Pacific After the Little Wizard Got Control of It One of tho great bankers and finan ciers of Boston Indeed of the entire Acountry a generation ago was John Duff who as I told recently saved the credit and solvency of the Union Pa clfic railroad during tho panic of 1873 by pledging over 800000 worth of his ownvrivnto glitcdgo securities for n like amount of money with which to pay tho coupons of the roads land grant bonds then due That was n hardy act on Mr Duffs part coming as it did when tho country was In great financial turmoil yet It was not Mr Duffs only hardy deed as to days anecdoto will prove It was about 18CO that Mr Duff bo nme a director or the Union Pacific and for about seven years thereafter ho was a power In the affairs of that company Towards the end of that period he began to suspect that Jay Gould was attempting to sccuro con trol of the Union Pacific Mr Duff had very vivid recollections of the manner In which Mr Gould had so cured control of the Erie railroad some years before and of Mr Goulds part In bringing about the famour Black Friday panic and ho was greatly concerned over tho Little Wizards apparent desire to get tho Union Pacific under his wing With n man of that character sold Mr Duff with all tbo positiveness if his nature to his uoninlaw Dr Wil liam H Dullard who had personal knowledge of many ot his Jathorin laws business transactions I will have no business dealings whatsoever I have had nono In the past and I will keep clear of any In the future no matter what comes to pass I should bo afraid of my own reputation if I were with a man who tried railIrandIto method of obtaining control of a railroad property was to depress the Lost Chance lIngton to Now York to see him Mr Vanderbilt I said to him when wo mot do yobknow that tho Pennsyl vania Is a mall at Jersey City at one oclock In tho morning on the special theatrical train under con tract to deliver that mall In Chicago by nine oclock in tho evening of that day Thoy cant do It said Mr Van dorbllt Yes I think they can and will Mr Vanderbilt I replied Of course Its going to toko somo very fast running Itll be a magnificent feath er In the Philadelphia railroads cap I MW that Mr Vanderbilt was In tensely interested and that ho rea lized how great a card it would bo for his powerful rivals If they were able to fulfil tho contract Now Mr Vanderbilt I wont on to say you can boat them by three hours I will see to It that a special mall is made up and delivered to you It you will have a train ready at four oclock In the morning and will prom Iso mo that you will deliver that mall In Chicago at nine oclock In tbo evening The thing Is Impossible Mr Vanderbilt exclaimed I beg to differ with you I replied If tho Pennsylvania with Its heavy grades is ablo to make the Astounded Grover Cleveland Democrat Who Astounded Presi dent Cleveland How Frank Brooks Refused to Ac cept Places In the American Di plomatic Service Offered Him ai Election Reward In tho presidential campaign of 1884 the Democratic party received some very excellent assistance from a corps of comparatively young men who had been trained thoroughly In newspaper work Daniel S Lamont himself had been a newspaper man before becoming privato secretary to Grover Cleveland and It was doubt less because Col Lamont had receiv ed a thorough training ot this sort that ho was able accurately to judge of tho quality of tho service rendered by the various newspaper men who woro associated with tho Democratic national committee throughout the campaign Among this class of as sistants was Frank 11 Brooks whoso work Col lamont camo speedily to take note of Duo either to a suggestion from Col I Wouldn tAssociate withGouldr value of Its stock and acquire the property during tho period of depres sion and Mr Duff In common with many other men of his time looked upon this method of doing business as railroad wrecking Gradually the signs became more and moro certain to Mr Duff that Mr Gould was doing all ho could to se cure control ot tho Union Pacific Finally there camo a day whoa Mr Duff felt fairly well satisfied so fur as his personal and unofficial knowl edgo wont that Mr Gould had ac complished hla object that a majority of tho stock of tho Union Pacific rest ed In his hands And ono morning not long thereafter Mr Duff received from the banking house of Morton Bliss Co In New York a telegram which send practically as follows Will you accept the presidency of tho Union Pacific railroad or will you accept the vlceprosldoncy with full power to act I Mr Duff did not doubt the authority of the banking house to make these oft fers it was the official banking house of tho Union Pacific But befcro an swering tho telegram ho determined to learn authoritatively whether or not Jay Gould had secured a majority of tho roads stock This within the courso of n few hours he lamed to be tho tact and then as Dr Dullard recalls his fatherinlaw sent this an swerI decline to accept either proposi tion because I refuse to stretch hands across a directors tablo to take the hand of a man whom I believe to bo n thiefMr Duffs next act was to resign as director of the Union Pacific as he seImore to do with tho property whose credit and solvency he had once saved by pledging a good part of his own personal fortune Copyright 1910 by K J Edward All Right Reserved OppollteI with their opposites Well Im in lovo with tho girl across tho road run between New York and Chicago In twenty hours you could certainly do It In three hours better time Wo will keep It a perfect secret nobody shall know anything about it until wo deliver a mall by your road in Chicago at nine oclock in the even ing Then we gill announce that our train left Now York three hours later than the Pennsylvanias Mr Vnnderbllt got up and paced nervously back and forth once ho went and looked at tho map Then ho mado computation of tho run ning lime For an Instant he seemed about to bo ready to accept my propo- sItion but at last shook his head It would be a great thing but I dont quite feel like taking tho responsibility ho said No I wont do It and I dont believe tho Pennsylvania will make Chicago in twen ty hours time either But when Mr Vanderbilt learned that tho Pennsylvania did do and after he had talked with somo of his operating force and found that they had no question but that tho New York Central could have made tho run In three hours less tlmo ho felt deeply chagrined and humiliated And long after ho said to me tho thought of tho lost opportunity still rankling in his breast Bangs I am sorry I did not ac copt your proposition It I had wo would have taken n feather from tho Pennsylvanias cap and put it in our ownCopyright 1110 by K J Kdwahls All IUahtll Reserved u u u If H It it Lamont then secretary to the presi dent or to other friends ot Mr Brooks who knew of his Important PresidonSCleveland should be official recognition of what Mr Brooks had done especially as ho seemed fitted to become a valuable public servant So In duo course Mr Brooks was offered the appoInt- ment of consul to Trlest I appreciate tho honor said Mr Brooks but I cannot accept tbo ap pointment for reasons that aro entirely personalBut was told the United Statos Is to have largely increased commerce with Trlost tho only Austrian seaport and there will bo fine opportunities for good work there such as will surely lead to promotion in our diplomatic service Still Mr Brooks declined and when President Cleveland was told that tho offer would not be accepted ho in ferred that It might be that Mr Brooks felt that the salary was in sufficientI appoint him consulgeneral at St Petersburg the president said So once more the offer of a placo in tho diplomatic service so important as consulgeneral at tho Russian capi tal was made to Mr Brooks yet ho felt compelled to decline for reasons which seemed to him imperative In tho president campaign of 1892 when Cleveland was again a candidate ho appeared at a public meeting In Now York City After tho great throng which had assembled to hear tho former president had departed and while Mr Cleveland was waiting on the platform for his car riage Mr Brooks who was present approached him Mr President ho said I am very glad to see you again I recall your face very well but I cannot recall your narno Mr Cleveland said looking qulzzlngly earnest ly at tho man who had greeted him My name Is Frank II Brooks and you may remember me as ono who was associated In an humble way with the presidential campaign of 1884For on instant Mr Cleveland con tinued to look with Intense inquiry and question at Mr Brooks and then of a sudden recollection coming to him ho seized both of Mr Brooks hands with his own Of course I recollect you now exclaimed Mr Cleveland and I have never forgotten tho unprecedented and unequalled and astounding ox perience I had with yoif after I be came president Mr Brooks I have known many Democrats who have refused tho otter of ono office but I havo not known with the exception of yourself any Democrat who de dined an offer of two Important offices I shall never target that cir cumstance as long as I live I havo had no other like It In all my ox penance I am very glad to have mct you and I want again to congratulate you as the only Democrat of whom I havo knowledge who declined two political offices one after the other Copyright 1910 by K J Edwards All night Reserved The Truth Comes Out According to tho little French clock on the mantel midnight was only twenty minutes away What queried the young man who was holding down a rocker In the par lor scene was tho longest day you over experienced Too Tho fair maid on do sofa tried to suppress a yawn but fail- edWhyerts one I think she replied HOliDAY TRflDE Markets Would Be Dull Except For Trade In Holiday Goods Pros pects For New Year Are Bright New orkn G Dun Cos weekly review says- Business moves along lines of safety tim absence of speculation Waking the situation appear duller than it actually is Tho volume of transactions although by no means as large as it might bo if expanded to full speed llm Its is nevertheless sufficiently large to keep tho body of workmen occu pied so that the avorago of prosperity la fair Holiday Trade That the mass of the people still have spending power Is evidenced by tho hopeful anticipations concerning tho holiday trado now opening There Is still as for some time past a wido difference of conditions In the various sections and tho various trades some being moro active than others and this makes tho situation appear somewhat mixed Railroads Buying Buying of equipment by tho rail roads develops slowly yet conaldera ble new business is in sight and a moot hopeful feeling prevails in iron and steel Advises from tho Plttaburg district Indicate a slightly better demand for pig and prices are firmer Further Incrooics In stock aro noted as production is still being reduced In structural lines prospects aro COO sId Bred bettor as certain railroads aro planning now brldgo work while pro lewd municipal subways construction will result In a considerable demand for material Mills at Plttsburs are maintaining the 140c basis on shapes as a rule although in special instances same ctmcofr ions have been granted Now business is received in steady volume in the tin plato division and firmly held Cotton Goods Tho primary cotton goods markets are as a rule steady but the high cost of production tends to hold prices firm A few inquiries from China aro still in the market for throoyard shootings on the basis of 7c Mills ask 7cwhich is the highest in four years Staple prints are fair bleached goods are quiet and firm ginghams hold steady and the leading duck mills have secured moro business than fa- a year past New business In footwoai Is jimall and trade continues quiet but a good indication for tho future Is the greater activity of wholesalers in most parts of tho country Tho leather market continues steady sides show loss activity for domestic and foreign varieties New York Bmdatrcots weekly re view says- Demand for holiday goods Is becom ing more prominent and developments In this respect aro responsible for whatever expansion has occurred In trade this week Novelties jowelry and such articles as are appropriate to the season aro in good request and tho consensus of reports indicate that trade Is In excess of last years But on the other hand trade in general has become moro irregular thus reorder ing tom jobbers tends to wane as the season for inventorying approaches and conservation still acts as a check rein on purchasing for spring account Moreover retail trade reports seem to have toe t some of the relative activity dBywl last week For instance tho South as a whole reports a certain degree of betterment due probably to tho good movement of cotton at high prices while warm weather hampers llstrlbution of seasonable merchandise in the Southwest but In the Northwest trado is quito active save in North Dakota where tho crops were short In the West In tho Central West trade shows a slight increase but In the East tho turnover is disappointing Collections tho country over range fron slow to Rood Incidentally tho improvement noticed In tho Iron and steel trade last week has boon replaced by less opti mistic views For ono thing consider able disappointment is expressed at tho slowness with which tho railways are coming into tho market for sup plies and pig Iron lams turned somewhat quieter Production Is still be ing curtailed but stocks continuo to Increase L THE MARKETS JCincinnati Grain Market FlourWinter patents 420a4G5 do family 310a330 low grade 240a 2GO spring patent JBRflanG6 do fancy 47GaG10 Wheat No 2 red 94a 37c No 3 red 90 05c No 4 SOafiGc CornNo 2 white 52a52c No1 white 5ma52c No 2 yellow 62t a53c No 3 yellow G2a52c No2 mixed S2aG2 3 mixed 51aG2 Oat No2 white 3414a35c standard white 34a34c No2 mixed 33a33 c Cincinnati Live Stock CattleShippers 450a575 butcher Bteora extra G35a5GO good to choice 42BaD26 heifers extra Ii50a575 good to choice 375a440 cows extra H2Ba440 good to choice 3G5a415 canners 175a2GO Bulls Bologna 4a47G extra 485 Cl1lves Extra 10 fair to good 850a975 Hogs Good to choice packoro and butchers 715a720 mixed packers 7 n71C common to choice heavy fat sows J450aGCO plfis 110 lbs and loss 450 720 SheepExtra 365a375 good to choice 310a350 LambsExtra 585 a6 jcarlings 375a475 i2i5 Berea College 1212 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reachof all Over 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 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lecture library and general advantages ns for more advanced students Arithmetic and tho common branches taught In tho right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons In Farm and Houschol1 Management etc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions ana compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Loom and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches Tho most practical and Interesting studios to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered In this course so that a young mss may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady in Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Brea a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Oer1 man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modorn methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4 year courses fit for the profession of teaching LYret year parallel to Sth grade Model Schools enables ono to get a first clau certificate Following years winter And spring terms give tho Information culture and training necessary for a truo teacher and cover branches neces sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Volco Culture Piano Theory Dand may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking Institution AH the money re- ceIved from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expend on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year moro than ho pay in This great deficit is made up by tho gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea In order that it may train young man and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come trams tho best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who max bo sick the College provides doctor and nurso without extra charge All except those with parents In Borea live in College buildings anff assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuablo train ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In winter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their too penses Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Borea favors plain clothing Our climate is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the 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 the 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 the fall and 160 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash Ing of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring 50 cents in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and Is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for caro of school build Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services ot teachers all our Instruction is a free gift Tho Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 a term G In Academy and Normal and 700 In Colle giate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental foe and room rent bj the term board by tho halt term Installments are as follows Model FALL School Incidental Fee to to 500 Room to to 560 Board 7 eeksto 945 Amount due Sept 14 1910 200G Board for 7 weeks duo Nov 2 1910 945 Total for termto 2050 If paid In advance 2900 WINTER Incidental Fee 500 Room 600 bard 6 weeks 900 Amount due Jan 4 1911 2000 Board for 6 weeks due Feb 15 1911 900 Total for term 2900 If paid In advance 2850 SPRING Incidental Fee o I 500 Room 00 400 Board 5 weeksto 675 Amount due March 29 1911 1575 Board for 5 weeks due May 3 1941 675 Total for term 23GO If paid In advance 2300 VocationalNormal academy S600 560 945 12105 945 3050 3000 600tiOO 900 2100 900 3000 2950 GOO 400 675 16i5 875 2350 2300 College I 700 6M94C 2605 947 3150 3108 706 601 901 2205 1 901 310 30511 700 40a 675 1775 675 2458240C REFUNDING Students who leave by permission bcfoio the end of a tern receive back for money advanced as follows No alowance for frac lion of a week On board refund in full On room and Special Expenses there is a largo loss occa sloned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refund only onehalf of tho amount which the student has paid for the remaining weeks of the term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term will re celve a certificate for onehalt the incidental fee paid which certificate win be received as cash by Beren College on payment of term bills by the sty dent in person or a brother or sister If presented within four terms The first day of Fall term Is Septojnber 14 1910 The first day of Winter erm is January 4 1911 The first day of Spring torm 1s March 23 1911 For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEBEREA q I Pale Eight THE CITIZENtkakokokokokoKokokokokokoKoROkokokokol okokokokokorakooo I East Kentucky Correspondence 1 News You Get Nowhere Else s oo0 XollokokokoSloi1o71o11okoitoho to7soko olroko5tailoyto oitotloitoKo STUDENTS MUST ENGAGE ROOMS AT ONCE FOR WINTER TERM Every effort Is bolng made to pro vide boarding accommodations for tho young people who wish to at tend Derea the coming winterTerm opening Jan 4 1U11 The great number hero this fall and tho unusual number of applicants for the winter show that we shall not bo able to provide for all We therefore give notice that no students should come to Bere for the winter term except those who have engaged boarding accom modations through the College Secretary Mr Will C Gamble j Write to him at once sending one 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 enterct Students cannot board outside Col lege buildings except with kinsfolk and by special permission FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce the candidacy of Dr J A Mahuffey of 4 Sturgeon Ky for Representative of the 71st district subject to the ac lion of the Republican party JACKSON COUNTY a Ji111L1EN Maulden Nov 2STho Rev Pourl Hacker filled his regular appointment r at Mt Gllead church Saturday and Sunday last On the fourth Sat urday In December Bro Hacker and Bro Allen will be here to conduct a weeks meeting Boyd Farmer Is at home after several months stay in- LexingtonTho1 family of p Mont meiy will leave next Monday tot- Iadlson Ig County to make their futur- ehomeMiss Ella Cook of Gray Hawk visited her cousin Rebecca Farmer Saturday night Miss Cora Amyx was at Egypt on business Friday afternoon The Rev James Ander son and daughter Miss Maud of Conk ling passed thru Mauldun Friday enrouto to Laurel Co Misses Lucy Moore Ehtel Davis Cora Amyx Mes srs Boyd Farmer J R Amyx and Sam Farmer visited Mr and Mrs I S McGeorge Thanksgiving night and report a delightful tlmeE B Flan cry our County live stock Inspector wall out last week Inspecting stock t Douglas and Green Woods Were lit Maulden Thursday on business J J Davis our County Supt movud his family to McKee last week to the house vacated by Mr Bailey Jimmie Davis the little son of Mrs Belle Overboy is now making his home with his aunt Mrs Jane Ward e Dr J M Morris and Ella Chest nut of Clay County visited J II Short during Thanksgiving H C Ward is repairing his dwelling house V Mrs Willie Flanery and daughter Miss Maggie visited Mrs E B Flan ery Saturday night and Sunday PIUYKTT y Privett Nov 27All are busy stave I making and tie hackingIn this vici nity Miss Mattle Tlncher was the of Miss Lucy Judd lust week iguest Emma and Maggie Sparks attended church at Oak Grove last SundayLucy Peters visited hir cousin Mrs Dr Goodman Wednes l dayMr and Mrs W M Bowles and family spent Thanksgiving with Green Jones Died on the 18th the IwlCe of Mr Green Bowles She had typhoid fever and had only been sick eleven days She leaves a husband and one little Infant and a host of relatives and friends to mourn her loss Austin Maddens family who have had pneumonia are all Improv Ingour County Judge Bishop Mul llns Is moving to McKee Miss Llzxli Isaacs Is planning to have an enter tainment on the last day of her school ANNVIMK- Annvlllo Nov 28Mr mid Mrs W A Worthington hud Miss Tracy spent Thanksgiving at McKee and report a pleasant visit Berry Little who Is teaching school at McKee visited SundayaMr and Mrs Frank W King gave a splendid Thanksgiving dinner to sonic of their friends Those present were Mr and Mrs E Ponnlngton Mr and Mrs Ire H King and Mr George McDnntel Miss Sallie Lutz of Mc Whorter visited Miss Mattie Medlook last Thursday and Friday Miss Etta Medlock has been very sick for the last week but is Improving nowThe Rev G W Johnston has been Very sick for tho last week but is now well enough to be out again Misses Nora Moore and Maud Pearl from East Bernstadt and Messrs Clyde Pearl and Charley Davidson vlsltd Miss Mattio Medlock from Wednea day till Sunday Miss Mattio gave a turkey dinner Thanksgiving and those who enjoyed the dinner were Misses Lizzie Johnson Lizzie Ingram Maud Pearl Nora Moore and Messrs Charley Davidson and Ciydo Pearl All reported a delightful tlmcllr Frank W King Is going to Florida to spend the winter TVNEIl Tyner Nov 2iTho formers are all buying their fertilizer for spring use Misses Beatrice and Lillian Mor ris of Gray Hawk were visiting the pisses Pearl gill Luna Moore Satur I lay and Sunday R D Jones of Viva has been visiting his sister Mrs Attolla MooreW J Jones was summoned on the grand jury of the Federal court to bo hold In London this week Chester Jones is complet ing the terms work of Jake Isaacs school Mr Isaacs had to give it up on account of ill health W M Bowles and family took Thanksgiving dinner with Mr and Mrs G A Jones of Mildred Vaughan Town coal is soiling at ten cents per bushel and they cant fill all their orders George Miller has got two dozen fine opossums In his barn George E Moore is In poor health OAIIICO Carico Nov 2SBorn to Mr and Mrs Jerry Roberts of Withers a flue boy There are a great many fur buyers In this vicinity The Holiness People are building a nice church house at Letter BoxMr Howard hns moved to R N Robinsons old rest dence Aunt Martha Lear is In very poor healthThere Is a big tide in the river and the men are hurrying to get their cross ties to market- S R Roberts is planning to go to Breathltt County to see his mother The house of Isaac Illmcs caught fire recently and came very near burn IngMrs Levi Gabbard Is In very poor health John Sumers had a working last week and got his house rocovered Sam Hurley lost a fine cow last weekMr and Mrs Thomas Faubush visited Mr and Mrs Isaac Hlmes last Saturday and Sunday John Hurley cut his foot very badly the other dayJoe Shelton purchased a farm from Jeff Hurley Mrs Mary J Faubush and Chas Shelton have returned from Oklahoma and say it Is u fine country W H Roberts via ited relatives In Rockcastle County last week i To Educate Your Children Ij This ceiled cottage of four rooms with table chairs and i bedstead may be rented for 10 a Term Renter I must give reference Other dwellings of various sizes and for very reasonable prices Address T J OSBORNE Berea Ky hush Hugh Nov llThe Rev Mr Mobloy filled his regular appoint ment at the Housoly Fork church Saturday antI Sunday Mrs Elizabeth Hale Is visiting here John Hale has gone to Illinois to runt a farmAn derson Crowloy has moved down on tho Creek George linker and family of Dreyfus visited Mr Moye Bakers last Saturday and Sunday Chester Park made n business trip to It I Halos Saturday Everett Bengo tins been working for his brother Curtis Bongo at Dreyfus the past week Corn crops are very good much bet ter than expected KVKUGREKN Evergreen Nov JL Miss Bessie Lake has returned to her homo In Youngstown Ohio Alex Drew is working for the Big Hill Coal Co H P Barclay of Red House was visiting T J Lake last weukEd ward Lake who has been sick Is able to be out again Juan Azbill made a flying trip to Richmond lust week on business G M Ballard was here this week on business He tins declared himself a candidate for Repre sentative of Rockcastlu and Laurel Counties Mr Ballard Is highly es teemed In this county Green Lake Is visiting In MIddloforU this week Born to Mr and Mrs T J Lake tho 16th Inst a ton pound girl Both mother and child are doing well Mrs Ur Eugene Gray being present Mrs Salllo Hellard Is very sink nntS It Is fared that she will not live but a few days She has been sick for some timeMrs Jennie Martin is no bettor Walter Martin and family have moved to Oklahoma to llv This Is Mr Martins third trip to tha wostT M Rose has bought out Richardson and Co and will sell dry goods and groceries at the same old stand Mrs Joslo Philips visited Hnlllo Lake this wcekA thief broke Into T M Roses storu the other night and took several hundred dollars worth of property sympathy Vernon Lincoln teacher Thursday CLAY Thomia with tuberculosis Thompson Manchester Mnggards severe Tankersley weck Interesting Our Subscribers Citizens returned a long Clay Leslie nail Owaley counties bringing good hall long list renewals and splendid subscribers should keeping them this or upper that have properly and not below the which subscription But good news only Something us more that everybody The tell him everywhere that the heat paper sawthat getting better they could afford do without- it How it helps worked harder this very We hope all readers this will say same Vrit sometime telling what if something you like take pleasantly write pleasantly trery citizen and wmcJlluuuO OBITUARY Mrs Effle May of Taylor died at their home Nov 17 1910 leaving two weeks old Effle Pearl Tile burial was In the Pilot Knob cemetery Tay lor was not quite years of age but had married June 4 190S She was a daughter of Mr and Wilson Settle a granddaughter of Mr D Settlo of Hill of Mr and Mrs Harvey Moore WelchburgShe In firm faith of a Christian having been a short time she was sick Many friends and grieve over her departur- eROCKCASTLE COUNTY OIIIAMK Orlando Nov GUnc1o David Laswell who has been sick for quite Is no bettor Married at the of Miss M T Singleton Nov 22 Mr Singleton to Miss LIllIo We wish a long and happy life Several of Mulllns children have mumps Marred the of Mr Wallace Las Nov 24 Mr Barnett to Miss Carpenter We wish them the greatest of JoyDr family of Jacksonville Fla spent Tuesday night D M Singletons The protracted meeting closed Monday Maple with addi to the Leslie Clifford family visiting J L Ball this week Major Ball of Flanigan with home folks Several of the young have re turned homo to work tho Short runs to Johnetta in en BOONS Boone Nov 2SMlss Ellen Poyn tor her home place Friday was burled Falrvlew late Saturday evening leaves a father and mother several sis ters brothers to mourn her loss bereaved family have our deepest sympathyDora small of Mr John Northern died Wednesday after a lingering and was burled at Cano I Thursday The family our heartfelt J II Lambert made I business trip to Mt ono day last weokMr and Mrs W M Gadd Rockford were In Boone Sunday 10fNext Sunday arc re Church days at Fulrviow Miss I Bertha quite slelt111II- i Minnie Arvin of County visiting her parents Boone Miss Bettlo Poyntor school near Clear Creek visiting home- I folksA D was a Berea visitor II B Chasteon was In Mt Vernon Monday Kate Greet of Big lull was visit Mr Mrs II T Chasteen Sat urday and Sunday Mr and Mm fi Alcom of Langford were Boone Sunday COUNTY 1IUKN1NO SIIlINyS Burning Springs 25 I Jones of Beech Creek who has for lug located for the winter In rho home of Charles Mrs Marshall I Webb who has sick for some time is better Lydia Brown and Bessie have gone to Dr G O house presents a appearance with a porch at Its Tho work has been done i principally by his father who line come skillful workman Mr Marl ole has been suffering for some time from the effects a cold Eversole the London hardware thrum miter who sells goods for a Louisville firm called our merchants this weok Mrs Mary Hornsby of Laurel Crook Spout last Sunday with her mother Mrs Jack likeMr j Sirs James son of Little Goose visited at the homes uf Dr Hornsby Webb this Tho Rev Mr Jones of hinder wow Is the Baptist Moderator of Buriilnt j Springs Is able to fill his regular np polntmonts after serious accident In a coal mine The schools a I very exhibition on Thank To New and Old Tliu agent has from trip Jackson news He a of a list of nan All these study our book week on the wrapper the margin of the first page see ve them entered if write IIH at once The date just the name JH date to the ill paid the did not consist in lists of mimes that cheered even was the statement of Mr Mctloue likes Citizen std that people it is they over is mid that not to Atid we have week for that reason that our new week the good things Mis H letter us you like best or you find dont tell tin about Unit We shall it if you it Floras to good The Citizen nn Taylor wlfo Enoch a child Mrs 18 been since Mrs and Mrs M Big and at the converted before taken relatives n while home Frank Riddle them W M at homo well Ben Eva Capps and at at Grove one tion church and are has been recently neon on line which In died at near this and at She and and The the child and Mrs Illness Scaffold have a Saturday and Lambert Is Is I Is near Lovett Mrs ing and in Nov been ill some time been no Mrs fine neat front be a of on and amid antI a gave thru with it giving morning to a largo nudlonoe I They afterwards partook of a bountiful dinner ou the lawnTile Young- i Peoples prayer meetings are well attended They hind a very Interest i ing praise and Thanksgiving servl o last Sunday night Thu church of the Holiness people Is nearly finished and It presents u fine view They will soon have revival services by puts tore from London and other places IOWSLEY COUNTY Rlcetown Nov 26The farmers are very busy gathering corn Bollard Huff returned homo from Leslie Coun ty a few days ago He was accompanied by his brother Elmer Gabbard has i returned to Danville to enter college Sam Combs line moved to this place from Cow Creek Thomas Gab bard and family loft Wednesday for McIntosh Florida He will work In n bank at that place Godfrey Isaacs and James Mead of Egypt Jackson County are hero buying KCISSO Jas R Gabbard was at Buckhorn recently visiting his brother and friends Carrie Gilbert spent Saturday and Sunday with friends at this place The Rev Messrs Isaac Gabbard and Bill Mcintosh preached hero Sunday to a largo crowd Prayer meeting at the Lower school house on Indian Creek every Thursday night Mm Mattie Gabbard Is almost well from an attack of typhoid also Mrs Luoy Reynolds Alfred Evcrsole Is sick with an attack of typhoid John R Abshlro spent last Saturday and Sunday In this vicinity There wasj i preaching at Grassy Branch thin second Saturday and Sunday In this month by tho Rev Messrs Cordoll Roberts and Arnold Helton Thirteen received the ordinance of Baptism Fourteen others joined and will be baptized the second Saturday In Dec MADISON COUNTY PANOLA Panola Nov 26Mr and Mrs M A Logsdon returned home last Sung day after a tow days visit In Berea The Rev J W Parsons filled his regular appointment at this place on the third Saturday and Sunday tf NovErnest Covington the railroad agent at this place and Miss Zora ltevIMr and Mrs Hugh Fain of Bcatty vine are visiting Mrs Fnlns parents Mr nnd Mrs W R Woolery Mrs Cora Whlto of Richmond was hero Thanksgiving and attended tho mar riage of Ernest Covlngton N P Brown of Richmond Is staying at tho railroad depot this week while Mr Covington the agent Is enjoying his first days of married life Corn leathering and tie hauling are tho principle occupations at this place Time Sunday School at Thomas nlctlIat are and rein tives In Richmond cntamI Johnson Is out again after a serious Ill Kelleyj price 2800 Mrs Georgo Anderson and daughter Iva visited Mrs Caleb Johnson YednoedayNed Lake If- Evergreen was In this vicinity pros KittyIlarris 81UlImind Sunday Dec 31 the regular monthly InIof Ike Johnson have boon sick with CIthis winter KINGSTON Kingston Nov SMr Farris Mar I cum of Columbus 0 mind Miss Ponrl Lain were married In Richmond the 14th Mr Mnrcum has been In tho army for eight years and MM Lain U the daughter of Mr and Mrs B W Lain and a sIster of Mrs Lawrence I Powell They are making thalr home at present with Mrs MarcumH parents Wo wish them BUCOM und happlnww In their llre1Irs John Powell unit Miss Martha Powell have returned from a visit to Perry McCollums and W M Sparks In Jackson County spentSaturdayat Richmond The Rev Mr Vnndr pool filled his appointment at the Hall Saturday and SundAyJeseI antI Llda Young spent Thanksgiving With tholr aunt Mrs champ nt Paint Ltck1 A Bowman and Mire Rho la Bowman made n business trip to Con way FridayMies Kthel Asblll of Richmond was the guest uf Mr sal Mrs Alex Abslll lout weuk Karris Marcum and L C Powell went to Jackson County last w ok to wo J W Mnrcum who was thrown from a mule and seriously hurtHor Hud son went to Heron on business Satur day evening Mlw Laura Murray spent Friday with relatives at Silver Creek Bob Bowman and wife of Conway visited 1 A Bowman Friday and SaturdayMr John Yates and Lillian Cox were married at the homo of the bride on tho Spotfdwcll pike the 23rd by K C McDouslo Irvine Roberta and James Murray have returned from n trip In the mountains Chester Parks wont to Richmond cm business Saturday Dr and MM Cook wore tho guests of H Baker near Dreyfus Sunday J C Powell has the grippe Charley Powell tins returned from a business trip to tho mountains Mrs John Quinn who has been sick for some time Is Improving Mrs Robert Hudxon anti InIIs sick Tho Rev Mr Taylor of lId rca passed through hero Friday oi his way to Dreyfus to till his ap pointment ther- eLAUREL COUNTY IIONIIAM- Bonham Nov 11The farmers an rellOrtIJohnson who tins been sick BO long Is slowly Improving The scarlet fever which has beau raging through this neighborhood for soihe time line about died outJames Rend who tins beon at Hamilton Ohio for some time returned homo recently OATS FOR THE SOUTHI The South should grow all thu oats needed on time farms and a grout deal Is needed Work animals do much better wheu fed oats than till corn Oats can be fed either threshed or a chop made by cutting the sheaf moistening It and mixing a little wheat bran and cottonseed meal- and some corn meal This entails considerable work but It pays On rainy days or during tho winter a power cutter can be run and a largo quantity cut up Mules and horses coming from a hard days work en joy such a chop feed and when used very little hay Is needed Oats are good for hogs anti chickens also If I oats are sown on well prepared land nfter cowpeas or soy beans they make I a fine yield They conserve many 11Icut next summer the land can be again planted In peas or hay or crimson plover Our Country VITAL STATISTICS BUREAU Puts State in Front RankRegIstrars being Appointed In every Voting PrecinctWork Begins Jan I 1011 Bowling Green Ky Active prepar ations aro being made huro for the operation of the Bureau of Vital Sta tistics law which goes into effect Jan 1 1911 This law provides for tho reporting nnd recording of ell births anti deaths and the collection of morbidity statistics It Is a depart ment of tho State Board of Health and Is one farreaching In its Impor tance to the welfare nnd lives of the people of Kentucky Kentucky has placed herself In tho front rank of states doing most for tho preservation of health and In tho establishment of a Bureau of VI I al Statistics she Is tho first of th entire south to take this long neglect ed stop Ohio Massachusetts Indiana Ienn sylvania Wisconsin Maryland Miss ourl California and nIne other states have In successful operation such a department for tho permanent main tenance of records of births and for A more successful fight against th ravages of disease by means of th i certificates of deaths returned to Hi State Office Tho State lURUtrnr Dr W L Ilci ztr who will Inaugurate nnd rnana f the Bureau of Vital Statistics Inns i just rotiirnid from an extended visit In Ohio Michigan Pennsylvania nail Washington D C where studied the operation of the law III thoso states which aro declared b Dr Crossy U Wilbur chief statis tician of the Federal Government to IK tho best In operation In tho United States Kentuckys Bureau will bo a com bination of the best features of thoe + states with somo suggestions of th Census Department added Under this law bjrfoni n body Is burled the undertaker must procure a burial or removal peril which shall bo Issued only by the Local Regis trar who will be placed at conven lent localities This permit can bo re cured only when a certificate of death has been filled out by the physician any In the event thus person has dM t of an Infectious or communicable die ease smallpox cholera diphtheria scarlet foyer erysipelas before a bur ial promlt Is issued the body must IM prepared for burial that there may H no danger of a spread of the tlla tI- n the community This not only safe guards the public but by means uCIthese reports of deaths coming frohall over the state properly tabllIhated nnd classified the State Board of Health Is able to learn the Infected districts nnd spots that need cleaning up Through Its sanitary Inspectors anti jmtdneor tho cause of such prevalence of disease IN learned and proper regulations enfor cell to stop this needless daugh tor of tho citizens of the Common woolthIappointing suitable nun at distances of a few miles over tho entire state Those are the Local Registrars who not only will report births and deaths Out arrangements are being perfected so that they will report time cases of Infectious and dangerous diseases that occur In their district and which do not necessarily die When this ays torn Is In operation Kentucky will bo on an equal footing for procuring these vltnl facts as tho state of Pennsylvania which spends the sum of 3000000 cinch year for health 0asLocal Registrar will cover In his reports Whim two or moro units can be combined to advantage resulting in no inoonvenlenco to tho peo ple this arrangement Is made Already hundreds of acceptances have been received from men all over the stato and Include bankers lawyers teachers farmers clerks and in nearly nil Instances people who are Interested In promoting public health work It Is mainly the work of sending the proper blanks and instruc tions that will occupy the time till the operation of tho taw on Jan 1 1911 PLAN TO SPEND 10000 Continued from first JMgel appropriated for tuberculosis work 1500000 and appropriations tor hun dreds of thousands of dollars are pen ding Hundreds of hospital beds have been provided and tine Association already alms for No Uncared for Tuberculosis In 1JIG Thug the State Association says itITen Thousand Dollars Is from tho sale of Red Cross Seals thousands moro will bo added to It from the public treasuries Last year 87807 stamps wore sold outside of Louisville It Is aimed this year to sell n million of the Seals for tho State Campaign The Kentucky Federation of Wo mens Clubs will have charge of the sale of tho Seals in nil cities where they have Clubs Address nil communications to the Secretary Eugene Kerner at Headquarters 215 F Walnut Street Louisville I 1