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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1L 7 i rEN1IIEI2 x I i iI BEEA PUBLISHING CO INOOniUUATKD J P FAULKNER Manager EnHrttt aHit Pod u ke at IStrta Ay a second I din Umartero I I Vol XII rive cents a copy BEKEA MADISON COUNTY 15 1010 One Dollar a I 25 I for I t Ji New Altitude Eddy Give All to ChurchHook Worm- S Nearly Exterminated In Porto Rico Uncle Samf Family and two Problems He Has to Solve Eng Elections NEW ALTITUDE RECORD Records nro broken rapidly In tho aviation world A row weeks ago Ralph Johnston held the altitude record having climbed In his bypiano to a height of 0714 root Johnstoua roll and was killed at Denver and u tow days later Droxol iivar Philadel phia broke Johnstons record reach- Ing on altitude of 0897 loot Now a Frenchman named Legagnoux has climbed a littlo higher having passed tho 10000 feet mark and proved i false tho opinion that the air at that height is too rare to support a heavier than air machine MRS EDDYS WILL Tho will of Mrs Eddy tho head of the Christian Sclonco Church who died last week has been made public Tho document shows that she has an estate valued at a million five hundred thousand dollars and as was I expected tho ontlro amount Is IdtIto tho directors of tho church she established for tho purpose propagating her teachings Not a dolitI lar was left to her son George II Glover nor to hot adopted sun E J e FosterEddyI a disease peculiar to the bouthorn states and some adjacent Islands has Ce only been known as such for three or four years tho malady hitherto I having been called anaemia About three years ago u Unltod States army surgeon attributed much of tho industrial inactivity of tho south to tho hook worm and announced a remedy for tho disease lids statements wore not tukun Bjnously for sumo tlmo and whero taken sod ously as In some places in tho south wore bitterly resented Resentment was widely felt when Mr Rockefeller I announced his gift to bo used In tho I extermination of tho disease Now wo havo a practical demonstration of tho extent of tho dlseaso and tho sibility of euro in tho report of anI In Porto Rico Doctor SItabllshedrhea In tho Island and tho report states that three hundred thousand out of the total population of a million havo I boon cured with tho result that there Is greater Industrial activity avid a great Increase In wages duo to great er efficiency of workmen UNCLE SAMS FAMILY At last tho census bureau has completed its task and announces that the stars and stripes float over 101100000 souls This estimate in cludes our Idland possessions tho Philippines Samoa Hawaii Guam Alaska and tho Panama Canal Zone Tho population within tho borders of tho union that Is excluding Alaska is 91972266 This is an Increase of 21 per cent ovor tho last census Tho first census was taken In 1790 Tho population was then nearly four I Continued on fifth page v rrlClEA KY i THE CITIZEN Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People yearNo II The Eternal Question What Shall Buy Xmas NEWS LEMWEEK tfish MAKE YOUR GIFTS MEAN SOMETHING Buy Him- Something Useful Come in and look over our stock We have the Largest and Most Com plete Line of GENTS- FURNISHINGS in the City Everything for Man or Boy R Re COYLE Berea Kentucky CONFERENCE OF CHARATIES Meeting In Louisville Last WeekIn teresting Program Tho Kentucky conference of Charl Itloa and Correction met In Louis vlllo Dec Oth and 7th The conference was a union gathering of tho confer ence of charities tho association for tho study and prevention of tuberculosis tho association for tho prevpn tlon of blindness the consumers league and tho babies milk fund asI aoclllUonITho opening program was hold in tho assembly room of tho Louisville Public Library on Tuesday tho 6th nt 230 Tho general subject in the afternoon was Families and Neigh borhoods Several Interesting papers and addresses wore listened to on such subjects as Organized Charities Tho Enforcement of tho Child Labor Laws In Kentucky Tho Conditions of Working Women and Infant Wl tare These subjects were handled by Miss Mary Bryson of Covlngtoi Lafon Allen Mrs R P Halleck and Mrs Lctchnorth Smith of Louisville Tho evening lirogrum was on tho general subject of public health and tho following topics wore discuss cd Medical Inspection of School Children by Doctor Caroline Hedg r ChicagoIAuatlon for tho study and prevention of tuberculosis and Tho Scourge of Fnllnor Doctor hedgers address was a mast erly presentation of the need of rueJl inl inspection of tho children in both tho city and rural schools and a plea for tho prevention of diseases thereby Tho other two addresses of tho even ing wore on tho subject of tuberculo sis In tho stato at largo and In tho mountains hnd In them a strong plea toIcombat tho dreadful disease Mr Faulkner also urged upon tho audlenco tho necessity of a proper Interpre tatlon and of tho moun talc people and sympathy rather than Continued on fifth page Can You Give a Single i Fancy Muir per lb lOc Lenox Soap3 for lOc Soap 6 for 25c Ideal Soap 6 for 25c Soap 6 for 25c I I Put a seal with bright On all the mail yu send Every penny helps the fight The dread White Plague to end r SOME IMPROVEMENTS We think our readers will agree that we have made two im provements in the mechanics of TIlE CITIZEN recently One is tho new arrangement of the heads in the too news columns on the first pogo pageThopage more attractive but the other while tie same object was kept in mind was for the convenience of TUB QITIZEV family Wo had long been aware of the fact that the pages some times get separated and ne knew from experience how impossible it is to tell to what issue they belong br where in the issue when they are neither numbered nor dated and we bad contemplated this change for quite a while Now we have tho satisfaction of its accomplishment We trust that both of these efforts to plenfp will reret with the approval of our friends A CLEAN SHEET And we have made another far more significant improvement We would liko to know to what extent it has been noted the drop ping of nil patent medicine advertisements The editor has been for years an enemy of the business and lor- an equal length of time ban watched the mischief it has wrought and wherever he has lectured he has tried to uncover the fraud He has denounced it far and wide as tho curse of the mountains and that is what it in It is not the only curse and perhaps not the but it is a serious hindrance to the health and prosperity of the entire district But why a hindrance to health f Because many diseases are bard to diagnose the skilled physician sometimes bejngputto his wits to determine the nature of the malady and the patent medicine business depends upon its ability to induce every one to prescribe for himself the result being that he as often gets the wrong thing as the right and great injury is thereby done Again a chief ingredient of nearly all the stuff is alcoholand an appetite for strong drink is often encouraged if not satisfied The business is an enemy to prosperity because it seems at first to present an easy and cheap road to recovery and the continuous failure that follows invites continuous outlay for that or some other nostrum sometimes the entire income of the family being used in that wayKnowing these things and wishing to be able tovouch forevery thing advertised in the columns of TilE CITIZEN tho a three year contract was in the way the editor entered into negotiations with the and arrangements were madewhereby the obnoxious ads could bo dropped TilE CITIZEN would never advise the buying or taking of any medicine except at the direction of a competent physician THE VITAL STATISTICS LAW January 1st 1011 will mark tho beginning of a now era in Kentucky We have reference simply to tho going into effect on that date of the law concerning the gathering of vitalstatistics We gave a column two weeks ago to a description of this law CONTINUED ON FIFTH rAGE PALACE MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured meats Call for what you want and get what you call for Highest market price paid for hides furs butter eggs and chickens Kldd Building Corner Main and Richmond Streets Open for Business Dec 19th Jt M ROBERTS Prop The Week in Washington Politics LocalizedInterest in the Lame Ducks No Despondency The MessageCongress Down to BusinessAppropriat- ions and WhitewashingsProspects for Permanent Tariff BoardThe Gridiron Club Eyes Fixed on Congress The last session of tho Gist Cou gross convened In Washington Mon day Dec 6th and tho Presidents message was received and read the following day With tho meet ing of Congress tho great matters of political Interest become localized Gold ColumbiaEldean Marguerite Flour 65c and tho press of the country begins to look to Washington for most of tho nows of a political nature Tha of Congress also has a ten dency to check in same measure political and speculation and tho nows becomes moro or less definite This Congress is of Interest CEREALS 1Cream Grape Rice Nuts j Post Toasties Large 2 for 25c Is r The Usual Christmas I Problem 11theapproach brings to many along with joyful anticipa J fcahcustom which in recent years has become most popu lar that of giving bank books which that ac counts have been opened in this bank for and friends We invite you to open 100 or as much more as you wish to relativesIbooks enclosed in special envelopes rmailed out in the names you give v t t 4O INTEREST ON SAVINGS x t Berea Bank Trust CoI i I Ii as marking the last appearance on tho stage of a number of figures that havo attracted a great deal of atten tion for a number of years And the opening days were looked forward to in order that tho measure of theso men might be taken from a new an gle Tho country has been anxious to know their attitude after their repudiation at tho polls Lame Ducks Tho most conspicuous of these fig ures are Aldrlch Cannon Burrows Tawny and Hale Theso are the men upon whom the country places tho responsibility of Republican re verse at the last election and they with some thirty or forty others who failed or will fall of reelection are now being dubbed as lame ducks Cigars at Same Angle Those who are expecting to sea any great chango In manner or In attitude from these how ever have had to face a grievous disappointment Tho angle of Mr Cannons cigar and he may be ta ken as a fair of the entire bodybetokens anything else than a spirit of despondency Of course Mr Cannons predicament is not as bad as some of the rest since ho will bo a member of the next house and will only experience defeat In tho matter of the speaker ship TheSe men have been In poll tics long enough and havo sufficient of tho fortunes of war us well aa of politics to look upon their reverse philosophicallyMessage Receivedi Tho Presidents message was of unusual length and of a little moro than usual Interest There Is lit tlo In It that would meet with pop ular disapproval Possibly It might bo said that his advocacy of a ship subsidy Is tho only question that bo would bo taken seriously to task about A few recommendations that will meet with pretty general approv al are revision of tho tariff by a permanent board tho merit system for diplomatic and consular service general economy In government do government ownership if ombasslcs and legations recognition of Pearys achievement In reaching tho north polo authority to appall to tho courts from tho decision of tho secretary of tho Interior in conservation cases putting all postmast i ra out of politics and under civil I on fifth Page REASONWhy you shouldnt trade at Welchs Here are a few of the many thousand reasons why you should Its our Christmas gift to you Lcck for enother big list next week Peaches Ivory message greatest thereby Medal convening legislative Puffed holiday gentlemen knowledge partments CANNED GOODS Pink Salmon lO- cApples2 for 15c Corn 2 for lSc Peas 2 for IS- cTomatoes2 for 15c Hominy 3 lb 2 for 15c 16 Ounces to Every Pound 10O Cents to Every Dollar WELCHSand Save the Difference I t Knowledge powerand the way to keep up with modern knowledge Is to read a good I newspaper KENTUCKY DECEMBER understanding Naptha companies show r us representative Continued IN OUR OWN STAnI t Pike County Election Invalid Con Igress on Good Roads to Meet In i IiKvllle Wets In Powell CountyKen tuckIan HonoredDavidson et al on Trial ELECTION SET ASIDE Tho Court of Appeals on Dec UUl affirmed tho decision of the Pike County Court In the election contest cases Ther contest was over the No vember election of 1909 there having been two tickets in tho field the Ito publican and Fuslonlbt The Republi cans were declared tho tho Fusionists instituted a consist The circuit Judge held that the irregularities hall been such on both sides that It was Impossible to tell who had won and set aside the elec tion Tho court of appeals In affirm ing tho decision of tho lower court declared that nearly every one con corned in tho election should bo serv ing tho state in some otter capacity since according to tho evidence theyIIare convicted of bribery I fThoevery section of the state appoint thoILouisville tho lost week lu ocembcrJfIt is likely that new given to tho discussions owing to tho recent census figures for thero can bo no doubt in the minds of tho intelligent at least that tho want orIproper transportation facilities is serious drawback to tho advance I ment of tho state commercially and tho want of commercial advancement 1 In modern times indicates a lack of I growth in population KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Tho Kentucky Press Association will hold Its midwinter meeting in Louisville Dec lath and 20th Added Interest is given to this meeting ow- Ing to tho fact that tho good roads congress convenes there at tho same time Asldo from their Interest in tho discussions of this congress tho mem bers of the press association will havo an excellent program of their own as Chief Justice Barker who is soon to become President of tho University of Kentucky and ProfI k C J Norwood tho status greatest geologist havo been secured to ad dress tho association The subject of Judge Barkers address will bo Ken Protesoor WETS AND DRYS Tho Court of Appeals on Dec 8th c reversed tho judgment of the Jessa jJ mine Court and held that tho local op tion election in that county was In valid Tho reversal was made on tho ground that tho registration laws wore not complied with At tho same time tho court declar ed that tho Bible should not bo us ed as an emblem in elections and because it bad been so used in a lo cal option election In Powell County reversed tho decision of tho Circuit Court of that county and thereby I gave tho wets the victoryITHE TOBACCO POOL Tho failure of the 1910 tobacco pool Is beginning to be looked upon almost as a disaster by the growers through out tho state Tho pool failed owing to its inability to Induco a sufficient number of the growers to subscribe and the result has been individual Continued on fifth page I- Jlii- e Page Two THE CITIZEN December 15 1910 The Citizen family newspaper for all that Is right true and Inttreitlnf rubllthcd every Tboitdiy it lien Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated Ie P Faulkner Editor and Manager Subscription Ratos fAYABUt IN ADVANCX w tatU Month M Tara Months S3 wend mosey Portcmc or Ksprtu Monty RcfUttred Letter or ODe and two sent dmpi The date titer name en label shows to- what date nblCriplloa le paid U It L not feinrrd witblo three weekj altar renewal tlfytuMUtlnr nnmtxn will be gladly supplied If were aotlfira Tint pramtcmi cheap with now gntwcrlptlon sad prompt renewals Send for PremIum flat LIberal terms ft en to any who obtain new for ua one Itlldlo u foul rl7 sulxuripttoonntedevcThuCitueulra- arbleuelf for ont AdTcnlalat rate on application IIIMBM or KBMTOCKY PRESS AS3OCXATIOH Pockets to womens skirts are com Ing back says an exchange it ever they can find tho place where thoy used to be a Dirigible balloons are dirigible only when they movo with the wind They cannot buck the wind as a teal man blyd does Tho statement is mado by a Swiss doctor that drunkards live longer than total abstainers But even if they do i whats the nsoT The population of the Philippines has decreased 25 per cent since wo took them over Does raco suicide also follow tho flag r That fringe of puppy dogs at a New York wedding has become almost as famous as ttyo monkeys that dlno with tho 400 at Newport Canada levied no duty on tho bal loons that started from St Louis and went northward across tho border It did not know how to do it A New York judgo has decided that Nevada divorces are no good Just lIke a New Yorker discarding things because theyre Inexpensive Acroplanlng to Europe Is the latent upon tho aviators schedule it would 4 bo well to put off tho attempt till after wintertoy about flytime 1Every little while somebody wIn championship at typewrit ing but for some reason champion typewriters never get splendid offers to go on the stags Tho man who never sees a = 100 bill has no reason to worry because of that very dangerous counterfeit which the Washington authorities say is in circulation According to statistics there are 10000000 telephone stations in the world and yet somehow or other you cant always get tho ono you want when you want It Thirtyfour aviators have met with fatal accidents during tho past year Still some of them might have stepped on rusty nails If they had remained on the ground Somebody says that the way to eoVre tho transatlantic aviation piob lam Is t6manufacture hydrogen gas en route If ho had only said hot air now it would bo simple Another aviator baa broken the highflight record for aeroplanes It happens even moro frequently than tho launching of tho largest ship or the death of the oldest Mason Horace Fletcher says that If one is to pet hIs moneys worth out of a glass of milk ho should chew It It might be asked what kind of milk Horace is in the habit of eating Somehow we find it almost impossi ble to get rid of tho feeling that the il man who married the lady who was attended by three dogs as bridesmaids I ought to bo sympathized with even If he did go into it with his eyes open IAHarvard professor declares that f late and loveless marriages arp re n onslble for the disappearance of real I Yankee blood Most persons have thought this was duo to tho wholesale importation of other blood A Los Angeles woman used n stick of dynamite on her washboard sup posing it to be soap The fact thai there was no explosion indicates thai the wretched makers of dynamite arp adulterating It Cant we have any thing pure any more A Chwago professor has discovered that omen gossip because gossiping gives a pleasing shock to their vaso motor systems Having discovered so much it ought to bo possible to din cover a substitute and thua save many Innocent reputation perfectingpected to solve all tho difficulties of aerial travel shortly But when we remember how many have been at work 011 perpetual motion wo are not ao hopeful a t CENSUS RETURNS FULLY COMPLETED Stars and Stripes Protect More Than One Hundred Millions FIGURES EXCEED ALL ESTIMATES West Shows Greatest Growth Basis of Representation Will Have to Be DecreasedDirector Durand Submits Statement Washington Completed count of the 13th national census places tho total population of tho United States at93402151This including Porto Rico gad Hawaii but not including tho ihlllpplna islands which at the cen sus of 1903 was 7635426 shows that more than 101100000 persons are liv- Ing in territory owned by the United StatesTho gain in the last decade is 16 145521 or 209 per cent somewhat larger than was estimated The population of continental United States Is 91972266 an Increase of 15977691 or 211 per cent In 1900 tho Increaso was 13046861 or 207 per cent It will bo necessary to alter the basis of representation in congress At the present ratio of 194000 people to each member of the house of representatives the house would contain about 474 members as against 392 at present It is tho general bullet that the number would bo unwieldy Even at tho rate of 220000 as a basis the house would contain 418 members In a statement Director Durand at tributes tho growth largely to great er additions through immigration Mr Durand expresses the opinion that later statistics probably will show that 45 per tent of the population of the country is urban that Is In places of 2500 inhabitants or more Tho pop ulation living in cities of 25000 or more inhabitants has Increased much more rapidly than that In the rest of tho country The decline in rural population has been substantially general throughout the great northern mlddlo section of the country The director closes by sayingThe decrease in rural population In the middle states Is by no means due to lack of prosperity as agricultural statistics show an extraordinary In crease in the value of farm lands and farm property throughout this section and will indicate a groat increase In the income of the farmers when tho statistics arc compiled NEW SUPREME JUDGE Associate Justice White Named By the President Washington Edw Douglass White associate justice of the supremo court EDWARD D WHITE Associate Justice U S Supreme Court of the United States wilt be named by President Taft as chief justice of that tribunal to succeed tho late Chief Justice Fuller Justice White is a native of Lous lana a Democrat and an oxconfed erato general Mr While left a seat in the United States senate when he assumed his judicial duties CYCLONES IN SPAIN Property and Lives Lost and Great Suffering Follows Madrid Spain has been visited by a second cyclone oven moro severe than that which swept over the west ern portion of the country a few days goMany pcoplo have been killed or in jured and tho low lying districts ara flooded everywhere The lower part of Seville Is submerged and it Is feared that the entire city will be under water shortly- TelegraPhlc communication with tho provinces Is almost entirely suspended and reports come of shipwrecks along tho coast ENGINEERS REFUSE Western Railroads Offer Overwhelm Ingly Rejected Chicago Tbo canvass of tho strike vote taken by tho locomotive engi peers of 61 western railroads dhows p7y per cent against accepting the of fer of tho railroad officials The engineers had asked for a flat Increase of wages of 18 per cent and were offered about 9 per gent A re ference will bo held between officials at once IFAMILI RITY BREEDS CONTEMPT nnn KilL IOU CHRISTIANS MANY ARE SLAIN IN ADDITION TO TURKISH GARRISON AT KE RAK SYRIA REVENGE MOTIVE OF RAID Life of Chief of Tribe Forfeited and Blood of People Exacted In Return Scene of Carnage It Within Sight of Jerusalem- ConstantinopleMoro than 100 Christian inhabitants of the town of Kcrak in the Turkish vilayet of Syria together with tho Turkish garrison at that place were massacred by Bed ouins in revenge for the execution of one of their chiefs according to a dispatch from Jerusalem Friday Tho Bedouins tho dispatch adds hold the fortress in tho vicinity of which there has been desultory fight ing between tho tribesmen and the government troops for the last year and a half Kerak formerly the capital of Moab has a population of 8000 of whom 6000 are Moslems The town Is the last on the road from Damascus to Mecca where Christians may reside It stands on the mountains of Moab and may be seen from Jeru salem CO miles away i There are no American mission cries there the only missionary sta lion being that of the British Church Missionary Society for Africa and the East This Is a branch of the organ I ization at Es Salt and is composed of one missionary his wife and one na tive worker Frequent atrocities and massacres against Christians In Asiatic Turkey have occurred within the past year the most serious of which was In April 1910 when COOO were slain near Alexandrctta Two Christian vII ages on the Palau coast were burned and hundreds of persons murdered The United States sent warships to Turkish waters to protect American missionaries BANDITS TUNNEL UNDER BANK Centennial National of Virginia III Is Blown by Five Masked Robbers Who Escape Jacksonville ntTho Centennial National bank of Virginia was blown by five masked bandits who made their escape by automobile Patrick Kinney tho night watchman was bound and gagged and locked up In the presidents office j The burglars had tunneled under the bank It is claimed Little funds were secured No clue to perpetra tors Striking Tailors In Riots Chicago Five men were arrested n policeman was struck on the bead with a brick and made unconscious and residents were thrown Into ex cltement In a series of outbreaks Fri day by striking garment workers who are declared to have surrounded and stoned homes of nonunion tailor shop employes All sorts of missiles were hurled at the houses windows were shattered and the families of the non union men In some Instances fled into the street IPolice Chief Asked to Quit Mayor Emil Seidel Fri day asked for the resignation of Chief of Police John T Janssoa on the alleged ground that tho chief will not work In harmony wlta the city admin istration Newspaper Man Is a Suicide Milwaukee John W Schaum for merly part owner of the Milwaukee Journal committed suicide Friday by shooting himself through the head Business trouble Is Assigned as the cause CKARLTON GOES BACK TO ITALY U S SURRENDERS ALLEGED WIFE MURDERER v State Department Decides That Treaty Must Be Interpreted Literally Until It Is Abrogated Washington Tbo state department Friday decided that Italy Is entitled to the extradition of Porter Charlton which was demanded on a charge of murder and who confessed to the murder of his wife near Lake Como ItalyIt Is held by the department that the treaty under which Italy made the demand must be Interpreted literally until it shall have been abrogated The department holds that treaties are not reciprocal which means that a treaty may bo binding even plough one nation has the advantage over the other In some of Its details Such a treaty is undoubtedly the one now VattedStatessays that It will abide by the conven tlon as a principle of national faith The decision of the department does not mean that Cbarlton will Immediately have to go to Italy and stand trial The matter may be carried to the courts where the prisoners sanity will be determined In such event Charlton would be held hero for al most two years JURY ACQUITS MENLO MOORE Indiana Theatrical Manager Freed In Trial Carried from Court by Cheering Thousands Vlncennes IndNot guilty WM the verdict of the Jury Friday In tho caso of Menlo Moore manager of a circuit of theaters who was charged with murder In the killing of Charles E Gibson a wealthy operator In the Indiana Illlnois oil fields When the verdict was read the crowd in the courtroom broke Into a cheer and men rushed to the pint form and carried Moore romtht court room The court made no ef fort to stop the demonstration The trial had been in progress for about ten days and was one of the most sensational ever held In south ern Indiana Moore shot Gibson on the railway station platform here several months ago Gibsons conduct toward Mrs Mooro was given as the cause of the tragedy USE CAT CARCASS FOR FOOD Crew of Bark Mantanzas Suffer Great HardshipsShip Given Up for Lost- PhiladelphiaTbo bark Mantanzas hailing from Brunswick Me 35 days overdue arrived here after having been given up for lost even by her owners The crew of eleven men suffered terrible hardships once hav ing been driven to the extremity of butchering the ships cat and using the carcass for food Five times ves seta were spoken during the voyage and each time the Mantanzas was sup piled with provisions but each lime the bark was within hailing distance of the Delaware breakwater and It was thought ono days provisions would suffice The bark was driven out to sea five times Many Sail for Old Homes New YorkEager to reach their na tine homes In time to celebrate the Christmas holidays moro than 10000 steerage passengers left this city Bat urday on the various transAtlantic liners Brerks Worlds High Mark Pau FranceA new aeroplane altl tude record was made Friday by M Le Oasneaux who reached the height ol 10449 feet at the aviation lb land ed half frozen after a remarkable do scent TORONTO MOB WRECKS CARS WILD RIOT FOLLOWS MEETING OF PROTEST Eighteen Men Are Injured Elev Coaches DestroyedPolice Powerless to Keep Order Toronto OnIn a riot of citizens 18 men wero Injured 11 street cars demolished and the windows in 200 more were smashed and quiet was restored only when the street car sere leo in tho downtown district was stoppedincited by fiery speeches an audl enco of several thousand persons at amass meeting called by Mayor Geary to protest against tho Installation of payasyouenter cars was swept beyond control and became a mob whose carnival of destruction continued unchecked for over an hour Except when motormen ran at high speed through the mob every car that came within roach was demolished Two weeks ago the Toronto street railway Installed payu you ontcr cars on the principal car lines Much dls satisfaction developed over the Innovation It was claimed that antiqua ted cars not adapted to that kind ol service were used In addition It was said people getting on have been subjected to rough talk from conductors and crowding which In tho case ol women almost amounted to Indecency 111 fooling on tho part of cltl tons has been growing steadily Much popular Indignation has been aroused by the companys orders pro hlbltlng smoking on the rear platform and requiring persons to leave by the forward exit The company asserted tho right to fine persons infringing these rules and tho provincial railway board affirmed this claim DUVEEN BROS OWE 5500000 Collector Loeb Announce Art Firm Has Defrauded Government Out of Vast Sum New York Duveen lime the groat eat art and antique dealers and con noIssQum In America owe the United States government 000000 accord- Ing to an announcement made by Col lector Loeb Tuesday This vast sum represents the customs duties out of which the govern mont has been defrauded by the Du vcens since they established their fa mous house twenty years ago The amount was arrived at by tho govern ment experts who have been compar Ing tho book values of the firm with Invoiced values sworn to on articles entered at tho New York custom house The amount claimed docs not represent tho value of the Imports but tho ncual amount out of which It Is alleged the wealthy Englishmen have swindled this government in tariff dutiesJohn D Stanchfleld attorney for the Duveens both In the civil and criminal actions pending against them has In stltuted negotiations with officials of the treasury department and depart ment of justice at Washington to com promise tho cases against his clients ono condition of which Is that the criminal proceedings against them shall bo stopped upon the payment ut a largo sum of money by them r JACKPOT STORY IS DENIED Robert E Wilson Testifies Before Senate Committee at Washington- In Lorimer Case Washington Tho Issue of whether or not William Lorlmer Is entitled to his seat In tho United States senate will be submitted to that body before tho Christmas recess of congress according to tbo present plans of tho subcommittee that Is taking tbo ovl denco in the case That was the program announced Wednesday by Sen ator Burrows chairman of the com mittee on privileges and elections The announcement was mado at the conclusion of the testimony of Robert E Wilson of Illinois the alleged dis tributor of the jackpot of the last Illinois legislature Wilson after bo lag much sought after followed the footsteps of his predecessor on the witness standLee ONell Browne by entering a general denial to all the charges that he personally profited by tho election of Lorimer to tho senate or that he gave out tho jackpot money In 900 packages to White Link Beckemcycr and the other southern Illinois jack potters PATTEN PLEADS NOT GUILTY Second Cotton Pool Indictment Returned Last August Is Opened at New York City New York The second cotton pool Indictment which was returned by tho federal jury In August under seal was opened and Jarnen A Pat ten Eugene Scales and William P Drown who were named in this pa per appeared beloro Justice Hough In the criminal branch of tho United States circuit court and entered tenta tive pleas of not guilty U S Loses Coal Trust Suit Philadelphia Tho United States circuit court hero dismissed tbo suit tiled by tho government to dissolve the anthracite coal trust Thursday but declared tho Temple Iron com pany to be a combination In violation- of the Sherman antitrust law Lasker Retains Chess Title Berlin Dr Emanuel Lasker of New York Thursday retained the worlds chess championship by de eating tho challenger D Janowski ot Paris with a score of 9 r neB to 0 VIINTERTRADEG000Holiday r and Spring Buying Has Com menced to Open In Fabrics 11 O Dun COB Weekly Review of Trade said Tho year now drawing to n close will bo notAblo for Its harvest tho money value of Its farm products be ing computed at close to 9000000000 a record figure This fact forms tho brat possible basis for Industrial ads vanco next year There Is however little chango In financial and business t sentiment which remains conserva tive and cautious Tho holiday trade Is nevertheless opening well and in certain important centers the jobbing trade in staple merchandise la report i ed as Improving The colder weather has been beneficial to most merchants and tho heavy fall of snow Is most seaS sonablo Iron and SteertoContinued restriction of output has not prevented steady accumulation of pig Iron stocks and the movement to curtail operations Is expected to bo carried still further Existing condi tions In the pig Iron markot reflect In I creased dullness and sellers are offer ing concessions in some Instances In Ituralwork will call for a nago of material especially at the west Rail orders constantly appear yet purchases aro usually in moderato amounts Demand In Fabrics Tho cotton goods and cotton yarn markets are hampered by tho difficulty of getting prices commensurate with high cotton costs and curtailment therefore continuos Mens wear la In a fair demand for Immediate use amt reorders for spring are not accepted generally unless slight advances aro paid Some small oxport business has been done in cotton goods Silks con tinue to show Improvement but the yarn markets rule steady and qulot Shoes and Leather While thore hoe been some Impravo mont In tho shoo trade business btconsiderably below normal for thto soo on of tho year Tho leather trade continues dull and prleoa on most vasarletieH ore easy nradetrceU weekly report said Snow or rain followed Iy cold weatller throughout considerable areas have tended to stimulate retail sales of winter goods and wearing np I parti while the approach of tho boll days has helped business In specialties adopted to that season Jobbers and wholesalers catering to this elMs of business have apparently done well as- a whoo replenishing of broken stockssgiving a slight Impetus to trade In sea sonablo goods In regular wholesale trade the approach of tbo inventory i season mado for quietness anal spring buying In general la reported of rather light volume with eonorvallam still ruling trado for Instant sales Calico lions as a whole will not class ironer = than fairIIndustries Quiet Si IIerreports as to active current and fu turn demand canto from manufacture of fertilizers agricultural Impemouts and confectionery Iron and steel nraJquitter and pig Iron Is weaker JI railways are still out of the market Low water at Minneapolis restricts flour mill operation and drought Is complained of In Maine and Texas Dullness failures In the United Status for tho week ending December 8 wore 2C7 against 217 last week 259 In tho like week of 1909 298 in 190R 284 In 1907 and 220 In 1906 lUmlneaa failures In Canada for the week number 32 which compares with 32 last week and 30 for tho corm spending week In 1909 + e Wheat including flour exports from the United States and Canada for tbo week ending December 8 aggregate 3408468 bushels against 3C98193 lasttweek and 3990457 this week last year For tho 23 weeks ending Dc cember 3 exports are G3226G90 bush els against 76425447 In the corre exportsofl against 280360 last week and B09924 in 1909 For tho 23 wcoka end ing December 8 corn exports are 8373 067 bushels against 4615813 last year THE MARKETS I Cincinnati Grain MarketIFlour Winter patents 420a4fir do family 31Ua330 low grade 24 Oa 260 spring patent JfifjnaBfiG lo fancy 475a510 WheatNo 2 red 98ca 101 No3 red 95a97Kc No4 SOaSSo CornNo 2 while 47a48o No3 white 46Hc No 2 yellow 47a48V4c No 3 yellow 47a17 c No 3 mixed 47a47c No3 mixed 46 6a47c Oats N6 2 white 30n37c standard white 3Ca36c No 2 mixed 34a34 Ac Cincinnati Live Stock CattleShippers 4GOaDG5 butcher steers extra G6Cm5f good to choice J4fiOa640 heifers extra fG10aC2C good to choice 43GaS cows extra 4COa47C good to choice 4a4CO cannora 176a275 Hulls Bologna + I386a465 extra 47Ca485 Calves Extra 59 fair to good 750a875r common and largo 3GOa7CO Hogs Hood to choice packers anti butcbero 765a770 mixed packers 7GOa7G5 common to choice heavy tat SOWN JC2571 2fi pigs 110 lbs and less fC2fi R770 Sliooo Extra 3CRn37G good to cholco 810a3CO Lambs Extr ISSSaO yearlings 37Ga4C I F December 15 1910 THE CITIZEN Page Three 1 I Ru m1ha1Thy RnninbMnre c I Ili HE MorrlsMoores bad Just had their firstno not quarreltiff- harry was now In his study pulling down books bo did not want and piling them up on his table Ha selected a row of notebooks bearing title Tbo Orisons and tho Italian Valleys Ho got out extensive white blotched Swiss survey maps and flies of tho little Ladln paper printed at Samaodcn Ho had got all thin up thoroughly i on lus last Journey and now was tho time to J dip deep into tho pile of printed and annotated stuff It would help him to forget anything no absolutely silly as a llttlo wife upstairs in ncr room the tears of temper still wet on her checks and employing her small white teeth In reducing to tattered waste a soaked laco pocket handkerchief Henry Morris Mooro felt himself very supe rior 110 was calm cold judicial and above I what ho called infantile tempers Upstairs Clara wept and fretted To think only to think scarcely ton months married and It had coma to this Ah Ie only she bad known Wero all men ao cruel 10 bitter Did nobody care for her Sho would go to her mother No Claras reflection came refreshingly cool like a splash of cold water well not qulto that For ono thing she know her mother and Mrs Mur rayLlnklalcr would pack her back to her jiusband Clara heard her mother speak these very words OutIt was over So much was fixed Novel never would it bo glad confident log again Henry bath settled that mornItpoko those words those cruel dividing He had said hod said well Clara wasIthat yes about dear Aunt Lactltla Oh yes she remembered that ho could never get her I a single night to himself without some stalking old Bhopatrlarch with a rotlculo coming in toe poll everything Clara would not have her family spoken against not by a score of henry Mooroa Sho had been educated carefully in tho Murray r Linklater cult and no Para do Vero could be prouder ot her name O Clara in her bolted bedroom was getting out her blotting book and pad to write to her poor wronged aunt She was going to ask a I rcfugo for tho few remaining days of a blasted I life Yes that was tho adjective sho was using and strange coincidence the villain below stairs was also using It though perhaps In a moro colloquial sense Ho had just knocked I over a whole pile of tho neat notebooks In which ho stored away his literary material and was passing oil his own clumsiness In Invec tive against Inanimate things This was his mans way of biting his handkerchief nut tho strong arm of coincidence reached yet further JStumbling and grumbling Harry gathered of his travel experiences and began restoring them in the llttlo threecornered shelves whcro ho kept such things for refer once Work would not go tonight somehow Ono remained In his handa small pocket note book with rounded corners which nerved to I carry about him for tho shortest personal Jot tings Usually It lay among his keys on tho t dressing table and when ho shaved ho was In the habit of rutting down a word or twooh is brief and bald as possible Hut tills particular stubby volume happened to bo his diary of two years ago and ho stood thetnotebooks places ayes on tangled by what ho read transported him tot tho ragged carpet tbo peremptorily furnished lodgings tho solitary walks hands deep In pockets overcoat collar up rnp pulled low of the days when first Out stay what was Clara doing She had got out her blotting book from un der Tho Songs of the North The now maid very hard on the temper of young wives nrq now maids na a class had Jniuned it into tho rack bending the corners sham fully And so when at last darn had released tho folio lot a cascade of solidly built volunvs In red basil clattered tc the ground She had just time to spring back for tho volumes had solid brass locks all opened with tho same little gold key 8he wore it about her neck and no one In the r e s AChritm s S ory 5 RCrocKelt r A GIPt v11ND1qvW FY777A3 UPfI o- ANP 6P FAiJrUAP world not oven Harry bad over been allowed to peep within Indeed since she was married she had not often dono BO herself But now now that tho happiness of her life had found ored beneath her she would go backIt might bo all tho pleasure sob that was left her thus to llvo over a happy past A time Watklns tho Moores new mold expert enced some surprise and not unnaturally when in tho exercise of her vocation she was carrying a copper jug of hot water to Mrs Moores dressing room before sounding tho first gong sho observed her master and mis tress approach each other from opposite ends ot tho corridor both Intently reading like people on a stage ho in a small black book she in ono largo fat and rod A sllll poorer opinion had Sarah Watkins of her new placo when she saw the readers look up simultaneously suddenly and guiltily close their books turn on their several heels and so exeunt And them sez as what they has only been married ten months sho meditated Well well see whats to come of this Tho family dinner that night was distin guished by extreme correctltudo of demeanor nnd an etiquette almost Spanish In Its st tell nes They wcro nothing If not politethat Is when Watkins was In tho room But Watkins know nnd stayed a moment on tho mat listen Ing to the silence that dropped llko a pall Sho entered smiling to herself knowing oh Oxpo rienced Watkins that she find Clara looking sideways nt the pattern of the carpet as though she had never seen It before while at his end of tho tablo Harry was molding bread pellets as if for a wager Theso things do not vary But oven Wntklns the wlso did not know everything Penny fiction docs not Inform its readers what real people do So as soon as Clara had escaped out of the dining room before ho had tlmo to open tho door for her Harry sulkily sat down and felt for his cigar ette case Ho was sure ho had loft It In the draMlng room Yet ho would not go for it He could hoar Clara playing a noisy jig the wriggle and stamp of which he particularly loathed Tho little wretch he said laughing in spite of himself she knows qulto well Good evening Mr Moore said his wife and ho roso and wont Your cigarette caso Is in tho smoking room But this tlmo Harry had It all his own way Sir feet of blonde colossus made short work of mere pinpricks of the tongue Clara found 7irr CZARA UUc1 cOOKHv cTPeIfAYc- 14rnve FNiTRPH OP iHi trjcjv herself swept off the piano stool and Installed where on tho rounded arm of a big easy chair she had little moro liberty of movement than that of swinging her feet naughtily and rebelliously while her husband questioned her What book were you reading so Intently tills afternoon when I came upon you in the corridor Let mo see itr- Shant A tlmo Oh you coward Be cause you aro strong I shall go totoWhero To whom said Harry easily To myto Aunt Laotltla She wouldnt havo you child laughed her husband and besides she would charge you board which I should have to pay Well I would pay It out ot my own mon ey thcro What own money My house money You forgot Mrs MorrisMoore said her husband gravely If you run away you wouldnt have any houso money Then in a burst as ho shook her Oh you great baby ho cried make up Bring the book It was a volume of your diary I know by tho lock Ill show you mine Fair ex change Off with you Well como with mo then said Clara holding out her hand but dont you think Im giving in Its only yielding to brute force My spirit is unconquered Never mind your spirit said her lord fetch the bookI And in these books tho greater and the lesser they read late into the night And this was what they found Christmas ova said Clara begin thereAnd she paused waiting with her finger In its placo Oh said her husband I dont think there is much And you call yourself a writer Well shall I begin Clara was all on pins and needles now Sho could hardly keep still The quarrel was forgotten Christmas eve sho road A dull day Paid calls In the lone Went to Margarets Baby Is adorable and Tom begins to Ipvo mo and calls me Aunty dee ar Came homo by Grants and brought back fruit for dinner There is a man coming a friend of fathers It Is a horrid nuisance Hero Clara Moore broke ort suddenly Oh I wrote everything fresh you see I wanted to remember Youvo no idea how bad my memory used to be in those days Being married holds Ono has to remember onos husbands iniquities Set in a notebook learned and conned by rote murmured Harry Ills wife stopped and looked severely at him Well site sold I did write a lot I know and yours Is no fair exchange 1 did It partly as an exercise you see for I was considered very good at composition at uchool whatever you may think Besides I dont believe you havo anything In that book at all Oh yesI have and ho flourished a closely written page of memoranda before her eyes Well she said with a sigh and her oyes were dim and distant I will read though I never thought to let anyone soenot even you But since you have been so horrid to me I willIt seemed an odd reason but Harry wisely nodded Clara fluttered some leaves thought fully Whore shall I go ou Fho asked knit ting her brows You did begin from tho beginning ha smiled as ho spoke why not continuo She glanced up with sudden shyness almost as ho spoke why not continue Sho glanced up with sudden shyness al most like a surprised Eve You were saying that It was a horrid nut sance having mo como to dinner raid Harry Moore did you chango your mind Hero it is said his wife running her eye down the columns of ciosc knit writing 1100 p m Ho Is gone It was not so horrid after all But I thin ho likes Edith best Ho Is big and badly dressed Why cant writers and artistic people dress humanly Ho bad on tho funniest tie I ever saw and a beard and ho came in a big gray cloak llko one ot Millets shepherds But ho filked yN It was worth I 1 Q NY whllo hearing him talk Not much to me though but bo looked at mo a lot and somehow seemed to be conscious of everything I was doing Dr Stonor Came in after and wanted mo to look out music for him We went into tho corner together and got out the folios and though ho was talking to father I knew very well ho was watching us That all Clara concluded She had been reading very rapidly as if anxious to get to the and Now for yours Mine oh mines no great thing said lIar ry opening his little black pocketbook jot tlngs merely Go on please cried Clara stamping hoi foot and mind dont alter a word or put in more I shall know- Chrlstmt eve began Harry worked at Guardian article took it round saw proof ot yesterdays Chief wants mo to go to Ar menia about the atrocities Shant To club In afternoon Clifton McCosh Moxcn and soy oral of the fellows there who wanted me to stop Told them I couldnt Had to go out to old Llnklaters to dInnergirls music bore but r should look In later Oh Interjected Clara with her head sud denly haughty a bore was Itf You said a horrid nuisance remarked her husband and continued his reading with out troubling to defend himself further tol got there earlylong way out ot town several false trails At last found the placo a big house under trees From tho doorwa I could see In the ball a girl standing on stops putting up holly and green stuff Presently old Linklater camo and Introduced me This is Clara I became conscious of two great dark steady grayishhazel oyes Tho dinner went all right after that Prettywell I dont know a fascinating and glamorous person cer thinly There was also a sister Nonsense said Clara You are making up as you go along I know you Her husband silently handed her tho book Decidedly it was so written Clara did not apologize for her unbelief She only remarked Oh but you are a dear And rubbing her cheek against his coat sleeve sho purred Go on I she sold Dinner qulto informal Harry continued Talked too much but got led on somehow Everything went well Doctor fellow there who put on a lot ot frlcndoftbefamlly sidesat in a corner and talked to the girl with the eyesIAh ha You seeyou wero jealous al ready cried Clara clapping her hands joy ouslyNonsense 1 said Harry Moore Of little Stonor I think I see myself Read the next daygo ongo onI No the day you camo to Elton again Tooksomelady Think I made a conquest But tho Lady of the Eyes did not show up Waited an hour and a half but dont think I wasted my tlras entirely Dear old lady Harry you are a coldblooded wretch Very much the contrary Mrs Moore Now shall I read 1 And without giving him tlmo to answer Clara opened tho solid basil boards and continued Dec 28th Went out all the afternoon with Miss Grlorson Down the lane soup kitchen girls club and went homo with her to tea When I got home I saw mother had a secret You always knelt by the satisfied way sho has of looking myste rlous She would bo disappointed if you didnt ask her at once So I teased her to tell Do you know whom Ive been entertain- Ing all afternoon sho said her shoulders shaking with repressed laughter I understood well enough Oh tho curate I said as carelessly ai I could I saw him going dqwn tho lane like a pair ot compasses let loose Do you think tho curate would bring me those eald mother triumphantly And she showed mo a loVcly bunch of roses a wagon load nearly which she had set well back In the dusk of tho piano so that I should not see them before mother had her little triumph My they must have cost heaps of money this time of year They are all mine said mother but If you are good you can havo just one bud for yourself You see what one gets by staying quietly at homo She was teasing me ot course this dear old sweethearted mother II You see what one gets for doing works of charity and mercy I Bald He would have given thorn to me If Id been here Ill never do u good action again Now turn on to Four Seas Cottage and read about that cried Clara Her oyes wero not gray now nor yet hazel Tho dark pupils had swallowed up all tho rest overflowing everything with the soft blackness ot a misty night of few stars Lets see Easter wasnt Itr said her husband But why skip Much water had flowed under bridges during thesu months of springOh I want to get to tho endtrio end Clara whispered excitedly Quick qulckI waitWell here It Is April 8th We went a want along tho bane sho and I Wo talked I told her that unless something was going to come of this I must go away What sho said for altogether And I said Yes Then sho walked n good while silent nnd when I looked I could goo No you didnt said Clara I could novel have been so HIIIITear after big tear rolling slowly down liar cheek Harry continued Imperturbably I needed no more than thatwho would You doat want me to cor I cried She shook her head still weeping and not caring now whether I saw or not So I stayed They sat ICUR silent that night In their own home near each other and happy Harrys heart was softened Ho was In the niv J for concession Dear he said If you would like Aunt Iadtltln to corns and stay with ua a month Oh bother Aunt Lnotltla exclaimed Mrs ifenry 1IIooICtOl only want you And thus did Clara MurrayLlnklater deny her fathers houco and cleave tc her husband 1 The Surprise of the Spiritual By REV I1UCU T KERR Putcr Fd PnaLterSaacJaurcJa TEXTThe kingdom of heaven Is tike unto treasure hid In a geld the which when a man hath found he hldoth and for joy thereof goeth and lelleth all that he hath and knoweth that Held Mat thew xra 44 Tbo discovery of hidden treasures was ono of the expectant surprises ot the past said the Roy Mr Kerr The secrecy of the soil was onco the saf tf est security Nero became the laugh lug stock of his because was induced to Investigate a hefous treasuretrove In a distant part r his dominions said to be waiting finder Men of our day too have be t como the laughing stock of their fel 1 I lows by selling their all to invest In t mountains of rock said to containiiiM1N acres of gold and stratas of shale and to secrete rivers of oil But this man of the parable was no laughing stock t but the wonder of his ago and the r envy of many men Without searching for it he dlscovIered a treasure Tho glittering shone before his very eyes gotdIing to the law of the land It was ills heart danced for very Joy his joy he parted with everything he i4 bad and possessed himself of that t miracleworking field God is better far than mountains of gold said Jesus To find God to r possess him is worth tho of every other thing God j greatest discovery a man sncriOceJ J Job cried out for God after the father Tennyson greatest desire of his life was to have a new vision of God Let us follow tile path of this unnamed discoverer 1Iand if we can learn his He was surprised into secretlIt was all so unexpected ing and so wonderful that he could rI not believe his eyes when tho gUtterIing gold and the shining silver lay spread out In a heap at his foot t So does God sometimes surprise the souls of men Wo would not be seek ing him had we not already beenefound of him Our search for has been so long and so patient has his search for us Sometimes asIdiscovers himself to us and ere know it we are in his presence Livingston in tho African wilderness suddenly facing his discoverer so I does God discover us NIcodcmus may lsearch for God In tno secrecy t Jesusrove- als night but in the broad daylight himself to the surprised Sa maritan woman Zacchaous may climb the tree to see the Christ but Jesus unexpectedly calls Matthew from his customary place- Bo do men stumble upon God In life rMen are surprised into tho spiritual by the very act of the eternal spirit they are not looking fpr God they aretfound of him Paul went with slaugh ter in his heart to Damascus and lot ho found not tho Christians but the Christians God Verily said the J prophet thou art a God that chat thyself Tho spiritual life from beginning to end is ono long series of discovery Tho hidden treasure of Gods all pervasive presence is ever revealing new wonders to our souls He was surprised into a new tal temperament The very menIdances with Joy The words as fell from tho lips of Jesus are bling over with a new found delight t The man walks as It were on air and lives his life In gladness of a present possession So rejoiced is ho in his new found treasure that he again hides It away as something too precious to exploit and holds his secret w for a little while at least in selfish monopolyThe life must over sur prise men into a very intoxication ot delight The early church was one groat merry making community Tho people of that age did not understand the abounding joy and the overwhelm i ing gladness that possessed the Christians who sang In the midst ot defeat and who rejoiced In tribulation When Gods surprises the soul there Is abounding llghthoartednoss nnd a burst of melody Every revival of true religion has boon accompanied with a burst of song The miners or Wales went down in to the darkness with gospel songs up on their lips In tho prlsonhouso of PhllHupt Paul and Silos sang songs of Joy until the very prison was smH I ton as with an earthquake God pity I us for our dryasduat religion There lIs no gospel in the religion of many our people and the mitnlug note le our modern Christianity Ktiio note of abounding Joy and spiritual cheerful news Our missionary meetings are too often places of tears and trage dies Our prayer services are tort often s rendetvou for dlapirittd fol lowers Awake awake put on th7 i beautiful cannenu Our Christ IB a I conqueror and car treasure Is two I sold He vas surprise Into a new inter I I protaton of sacrilc IB his Joy hoItooth and wlleth all that he bas and I buyeth that field There it nothing I to weep over in that transaction Ttioro is EC uro to slml tears over tbat sacrirco IndeML thorb la no pao riflco Men telk abon acrtfiroe sail the Immortal llvlufono Cod I never OUIJa a lecrltVe This tilt roan wto wore Mt life urn to rromIf o open sine of V ui v 4 sftJfdculals alii junt 1 farrlrcefIf fro with te rrl rhea ircaeJr- wo must pay Lie price I IIUI r Pate Four THE CITIZEN December 15 1910 sl e o of S o- o I DR BEST DENTISTCITY nioNK Iftt OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE DAN H BRECK Fire Life and Accident Insurance Phone 505 Richmond Ky L N TIMETABLE North Bound Local Knoxville U3U m 1100 p m BEREA 129 p m 367 am Cincinnati 610 p m 745 a ui South Bound Local Cincinnati n m 825 p m BEREA 1169 n ra 1229 p in Knoxvlllo 7CO p m 660 a in Express Trains Stop to lit off and take on passon gers from beyond Cincinnati or from Atlanta and beyond South Bound Cincinnati 816 n m BEREA 1144 11 m North Bound BEREA 466 p m Cincinnati 835 p m Buy your CELERY and LETTUCE at College garden Phone 122 J n Mullett Supt Mtsa Laura Spenco of Ionia Is visiting friends in town Word has been received hero that Mr and Mrs Harry Kinnard aro the proud parents of a llttlo daughter Mr Kinnard Is a Berea graduate of the class of 07 Seo tho ad on front page the now meat marketer W B Roberts Prop Miss Maggio Rutherford who has been making her home in Cincinnati for the past tote years Is visiting re latives in town STOCKINGS ANGANDTOW 1U1E have the largest and mos complete line of Christmas anb Ifooliba Boobs ever shown in Berea We will take pleasure in showing you thru and will pack away your early selections Our collection of Cu Glass and imported Chinaware complete fftre J6nr j t When you select your gifts this year get something useful The most accepta ble gift is always the useful one ISuggestionsFurs Scarfs Neckwear BeltsHandkerchiefs Hand Bags- Umbrellas E Fla COYLE BEREA KY You pay less or get more UUOUUUUUOOOOUOUOOUUUUUUUV Vicinitys jlSI sosososososososososasosoeososososososososososososoalos a is Ask Canfleld about tho DISCOUNT proposition Tho members of Miss Lillle Mooroa Sunday School class wore pleasantly entertained at the home of Miss Ethel Duncan last Saturday evening Miss Duncan Is a member of the class All jewelory and silverware bougut of us will be engraved free EarlyMessiah MrsI I concert Tuesday evening the 20thI Mr E M Sponco who underwent a- very serious operation at the hospit al last week Is not expected 10 liveMiss Nina King Is expected home soon to spend the Christmas holi days Sho la teaching at Pleasant Hill Tenn Have you seen Spink about those magazines Do It now Mr James Combs preached at the Methodist Church last Sunday morn- Ing and night Are you buying your groceries CunfleldR atI Mr James Baker and sou Rev W H Baker who Is a pastor of a Congregational Church at Chagrin Falls Ohio were visiting in town last Fri dayWhat Is going on in Congress See The Week in Washington- Mr Ned McHone The Citizens agent was In town yesterday Just what you want for Christ inns presents at tho Prlscilla Bazaar at Mrs Bakers store Prices very I reasonableFor Clothing and Heavy Un derwear go to R J Engle Berea Ky Prof Lewis lost a aplindld Jersey cow last week from overeating A nice now and clean meat market In town Kidd building junction of Main Street and Richmond Pike WANTED All good fat geese 7 cents per pound Eggs 23 cents per dozen- J S Gott on Depot Street Mr and Mrs Lengfellner are re joicing over tho birth of a ten pound girlOysters big and plenty at Can Holds What do you think about tho eight headed dragon 13837 victims in Kentucky last year Will you help to reduce the number this year Bill tonal last week Mr Charles Adams who was brak ing on tho L N railroad had his foot crushed ono day last week by a freight near Wlldlo Ho was taken to Richmond and tho foot amputated back to the ankle FOR RENTWest sldo of our housefive rooms or moro cellar cis tern well bath room wood shed etc M K Pasco A cheap lamp oil Is expensive at any price Try Canflelds guaranteed Magic Safety Oil and A M Canflold of Bereatyesterday for a visit with their son Mr Clare Canfield A friend of the family Mrs Crowo accompanied themMr Woodson Wootou who has been living with his brotherinlaw Hyjfort and Paint Lick before returning homoAro you with us on the cutting of Patent Medicine ads Then dont buy any more of tho stuff Sweater Coats Doilies Lunch Cloths Dresser Scarfs TowelsTable Linens Lace Curtains Bootees Mittens FURNITURE We wish to call your attention especially this week to our ROCKERS AND BEDROOM SUITES We are conceited enough to believe we have the most up to date line of these articles ever offered in Berea Ask to see the leather upholstered rockers at 275 each and the Bedroom Suites at 1900 2150 and 2250 SEEING IS BELIEVING and we are always glad to SHOW YOU for we know wecan SAVE THE DIF FERENCE for you WELCHS Miss Rosolla Roberts entertained a largo number of her friends at her Fri day ocnlngIMoline Wagon Best In town Sold by n J Engle Berea K7IMr Clare Canfleld was in Winches ter yesterday morning and purchased a gasoline engine which Is to bo used on tho Lincoln Institute farm BUSTER BROWNAND H TIGE will hold a Grand Receptionf- or Children under fifteen years of aye and their par ents to which admission will be FREE CapsIYarn CoatsShoes Read the Christmas story page 2 Mr and Mrs Geo Dick camo bade MrIDicksNow moat market opens for busi nose Monday tho 19th Public Schools and Sunday Schools should get Con fields prices on Christmas candles and fruits h 1 COMING We take pleasure in announcing thatB3 BROWN ij AND DOG ISTIGE Will be here to entertain the parents and children of this town and vicinity Dont Fail To See Them Theyre the real live characters the very ones you want to see and the children should not be allowed to miss them I Mr Bponco of Owsloy County 1sI visiting his brother who la very In Berea Hospital I Ah old tlmo festival will bo held at the Glades Christian church next Saturday night Dec 17 All arc most cordially Invited to attoud I Mr So well Combs Is being visited by his father this week- A square Inch of good will for a contu Christmas seal i Mrs J W Evnnn who has been nursing at tho homo of Mr Henry Longfollnor for the past week or two returned homo Sunday I Make two people happy with ono gift by purchasing your Xmas present ut tho Priscilla Bazaar al Mrs link ors Proceeds to be used lor spread ling Christmas cheer around Borea I Mr Will Todd and family OJlPrctI to move to their now homo just beyond Mr DUucya house this week I tell Cross Seals will not carry any kind of mall but any kind of mall will carry them i Captain and Mrs R J Cowloy of Loraln Ohio are visiting their son Dr n H CowleyIIIThe outward seal of Inward Christmas joytho Christmas seal Mr and Mrs S B Bcuuu of Harts vlllo Pa who have been visiting tholr daughter Mrs H E Taylor loft Monday They will visit In Wash ington a few days before returning home The entertainment at the College Chapel on Saturday night as given by tho Music Makers was pronounc od a great success by tho audience Prof John W Dlnsmoro returned Monday night from Connecticut Mrs Dlnsmoro went to Cincinnati on Saturday and returned wish him i The best bargains at tho Prlscilla Bazaar Good aervlcuble hand made Christmas presents at ono price to all Como early as the supply Is limited Your money will make moro people happy If you spend It here Rev Gilbert E Chandler of Okla homa preached at tho Christian Church Dec 11 i A square Inch of clear conscience I for a cont tho Red rocs Christmas Seal1 Holllday Co are much delighted with the promptness of a great por tion of their fall coal customers In paying their bills since December 1st There are still a fw others whoso bills aro due We hope theo will fall In line this week and pay their coal bills so as to enjoy a merry Christmas Wo have many obligations to meet and are In greet need of money IFOR SALE Twenty town lots In west end of deepjforbuy lots on the 111008 at such prices Also ono new 6 room dwell andtallIin good state of cultivation Will separately or as a whole Terms reasonable For full Information call on or address I C E Cleft Berea Ky I Come and see and talk to these famous characters in i reaMife Buster Brown and Tige will be at our store and Masonic Hall Thursday December 22 at 300 Oclock Come Monday Tuesday and Wednesday and get Free Tickets t RHODUS HAYE- SI I I QUALITY STORE i Main Stre trenI Ky 1 r 1 GO TO W Je TATUMfor FRESH GROCERIES 3 Ibs Prunes 25c 4 Ibs Dried Apples 2Sc 3 Ibs Dried Peaches best 25c Salmon 12c 3 cans Tomatoes 25cl 3 cans Good Corn 25c Table Talk Flour best 70c snsosososososososososoros0 i College Items i s eOi C 0wososoI The members of tho Registrars force were delightfully entertained i Tuesday evening at the homo of Miss Ethel E Todd who Is tho Assistant RegistrarMr Honry from Vlrglnln has returned to Boron Cora Milton a former Beroa stu dent la teaching In tho graded srhool In Barbourvllle Ky I J 0 Bowman who Is principal of schools at Elk Park North Carolina writes that several of Ills BtudcntsI will bo In school at Borca thla win ter Henry Short of Hector will bo In school hero this winter A letter ncelvcd from Miss Lillian Ambrose of Moody Institute Chicago states that she Is enjoying her work thoro greatly altho she find It not easy She saw Dr Chapman when ho waa In Chicago recently conducting tho great revival campaign Mr Andrew Bowman will be In school here this winter Tho Olin Club will bold a concert at tho Christian Church at Paint Lick next Saturday night Thc Presidents offlco In tho LI brary building Is being extended Prof 0 N Ellis who has been rather seriously sick this weak la reported much better Dr Katherine Jackson of London Kentucky lecturer In English Liter aturo In Bryn Mawr College at Bryn Mawr la returned to her homo Mon day Miss Jackson addrtMfd the women In Industrial on Irlilay and that night spoke to tho intinb ra of Convocation at the Pra dents House Her description of life In dif ferent colleges in tho North Mt Holyoke Columbia and Bryn Mawr was especially Interesting Ballard and John BtgUy students bore went homo for a vacation this wcok j Mr John Flanory Is sick In the hospital Mr Prank Maupln bas moved In from Indian Fort Mountain to his placo In town Daniel Payne takes his place on Uio mountain A treat In Dr Johnsons sermon last week Did you road It BUSTER AND TIGE in customary attitude 3 rV k W rk I December 15 1910 THE CITIZENPafJPFive This is the chief requisite makingPerfect DayFoods ROYAl PowderAbsolutely BakingPowder from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar made from grapes No Alum No Lima Phosphate Mr Harry Wado Hicks who is gonoral secretary of the Young Poo plos Missionary Movement for the U S and Canada and who IB much in t demand us a speaker at colleges and t conferences Is to bo In Berta over r noxt Sunday and preach at tba Col lege Chapel at night and at the Ua Ion Church at tho morning oirvlc Roy William Ili linker pastor of tho Congregational Church In Cha rlu Falls Ohio was the speaker at United Chapel last Friday morning Mr Baker graduated from Dtrea College twentyfive years ago ProC Ilaluo preached at Chapel laet Sunday on What shall I dp with 1 Christy Tho bazaar which the Y W C A girls hold last Friday night and Saturday i afternoon was very successful THE WEEK IN WASHINGTON Continued from first page torvlco regulations and tho parcels post on all rural delivery routes Down to Real Business Judging from the records of achlvo mont of the short sessions of pro ilous congresses hot much could o expected of this atsslon and tint was tho thought uppermost in the minds of tho people previous to tlu assembling of Congress On tho other hand It has boon urged that the President and the Republican party would have to look to this ass olon of Congress for the further ful filment of tho promises In the party platform If they are to bo fulfilled since tho latter halt of tho present administration will bo handcappd by a Democratlo houso and what over may bo accomplished under that condition of affairs could hardly bo Attributed to tho administration With tills thought in mind tho Presidents message was looked forward to with a good deal of anxiety and his i friends pretty generally acknowledge I that It cornea up to their expecta done It Is certainly evident that tho President docs not moan to let up just because his party has been re versed and on the whole It may be said that tho action of Congress during its first week Is somewhat ro assuring The fact Is It has Loan n record breaking Congress so far and it looks now very much as if the only matters which are usually passed in a short session will soon bo put out of the way and tho boards cleared for some real Republican leg islation Tho rivers and harbors appropriation bill and the Indian appropriation hill have already been Passed In tbo house These aro mat tors that usually take up weeks Tho other appropriation bills are said to bo ready for reporting and it is likely that they will bo passed almost as they como from tho com mittees Administrative Pruning And It Is just at this point that tho Taft administration is likely to win Its laurels When thess matters of appropriation came before tho President before thu convening of Congress ho went at them with his pruning knlfo with the result that many millions havo been saved tho government and it is predicted now that we aro not to havo a bil lion dollar Congress The President has plead for a curtailing of expenaas In all departments from tho tlmo of- his Inauguration and his success has been sufficient now fur the people to begin to realize that ho is perfect ly sincere Tho reducing of tho de ficit In the postofflce department from seventeen million to about five In a years tlmo Is a matter that should not be overlooked Executive Appointments These have been very busy days for the President and among the other matters of great concern has been the filling of the vacancies in tho Supremo Court It has been Know that tho President has had a number of names uuder consider ation for a good many months and the prose had consluered tho matter practically settled but after the opening of Congress tho slate was almost entirely changed and the President sent his appointments to tho Senate on tho 12th Justice White was made chief justice and Judges Vandovcntir and Lamar were appointed associate justices Country Pleased- It had been generally expected that Justice Hughes would bo mode chief justice and his appointment would havo met with grout popular tavor but tho President decided that the services of Justice White as a mem her of the court should be recognized and that It would bo the wisest volley to mako some one chlot justice who had lad a longer experience in supreme court procedure and it is generally conceded that his decision Is a wise ono Goodat Whitewashing- On ono lino at least thero is no evidence that the project nrBS hs learned anything fiom the fctitude of tho public at the last election It is tho matter of its use of white washing materials There can ba uo doubt that the partys r verses wero duo In large measure to the Hal liugorPlucbot controversy and thwr Is just as little ddubt that the soon try had judged Mr Ballinger until for the position But the Investigating committee has not omy whUfwastiOu1 Mr Balllnger but scored his accusers and made them out tho criminals If thero was any criminality anywhoro- In the same way the committee ap pointed by the house of roprtsjua lives to investigate tho charges made by Senator Uoru In reference to Oklahoma and Indlau Territory matters has turned in a complete white wash while the senatorial committee appointed for the same purpose did not act Inasmuch as the cammltUo was appointed without upproprlatlou to cover its expenses And finally tho Lorimer investigation committee finds tho blonde senator truth Illi nois to bo Immaculately spotless Ou tho whole it looks as If tho Cist Congress might bo known In tho fu turo as tho whitewashing Congress Possibly this is good for It would seem too bad that the members of this Congress should meet with ap proval nowhere The country will possibly allow them to nao judgment upon themselves and say wo are all right Tariff Legislation But what of tho tariff This is the most serious question that confronts tho administration Tho President is committed to revision by scheduls at the direction of a tariff board and In his message ho insists that the board be made permanent It has been claimed that nothing could J a done In this session and tho President himself said tint the present tariff boards findings cannot bo submitted until tho noxt Congress con venes This would seem to ba a mistake and It Is much to bo re gretted that tho Republicans could not glvo the country an example of scientific revision of ono schedule at least However it tho board can be mado permanent a long step In tho right direction will have been taken and It seems now that it may be slnco Mr Boverdgo has a promise from Aldrich tho chairman of committee that has the bill In theI that his bill providing for tile psrImanont commission will bo satisfactorily before tho end of tho session I Out of the Routine I Two matters out of tho routine that havo excited considerable Interest in Washington aro the refusal cf Senator LaFolletto to call upon the President and tho burlesque perform ance of the Gridiron Club i Laughedat Themselves Official Washington was present at tho performance of tho club and each saw his foibles and follies caricatur ed and ridiculed The President camo in for his sham and somo of tho newly elected governors as well Ono of tho most interesting travesties was that which pictured Harmon Dlx Baldwin FOBS Folk ahd Wilson as trying to get Into Miss Democracys bandwagon Each tried in turn to got in and failed being told to watt further consideration Dlx camo with Murphys 0 K and claimed versatil ity but was told that tho Democratic party was already too versatile The climax was reached however when Wall Street succeeded lu climbing in to the wagon unopposedI At this rather serious for it will bo remembered that tho Republican party sufI fared In New York because of its Wallo A BRIGHT SPOT IN BEREA I I NO SECRET EverybodyKnows MOREGOODS HERE SLAUGHTER SALE Beginning Saturday Dec DAYS 60 20 Sugar bars bars pounds ENGLE Place Where THE VITAL STATISTICS LAW CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE the pen of Dr McCormack the secretary of the State Board of lioiillli we thiuk the work this Bureau is designed to do is of sufficient importance to have further mention and emphasis Those who failed to real Dr MoCormackH article and care now T8 refer to it will Rut it ou the last page of TUB CITIZEN of December 1st Tim law provides for u state registrar with offices at Frankfort and local registrars in every precinct or other registration district Each local registrar must record all and deaths iu his district anti report the to the state registrar monthly Every physician or other 1u case of a birth required report the tame to local registrar and iu like manner all deutlifaud the disease or other cause of death aud no corpse can be removed or un til the lentil and its cause have been properly report d and the registrars permit Heavy penalties are to insure com pliance with the various demands of the law We have heard of a protests against the law It has been unnecessary and foolish Some people are unable to see why the stale wants to know so Witch about the births and deaths Sure ly these complaints must com from the uuthiukiug or from the ignorant and Iu one year from the going into effect of the we shall know definitely the character of the to the public hlalthu knowledge indispensable to a warfare on disease And sluice the law provides for the reporting of contagious and prtvmlnblc dis eases even where death does not result it becomes a kind of invoice of orilitions prep tratory to tho work of prevention that now the first word in medical circles The registrar for precinct Jfi 4Pi and 17 iu Madison which include flares is Mr C C Rhodus ub better selection possible These precincts are to be congratulated on his appointment TilE CITIZEN hopes all will bj as fortunate former alliance with Wall Street It is generally conceded that Wall Street cannot walk or wall not walk nail that It is ready and willing to climb Into any baudwagon stands ready Undoubtedly the fact that it succeeded in getting into tho Democratic wagon before the last election had much to do with tho success of that party and It remains to bo seen I Street holding tho reins CONFERENCE OF CHARATIES Continued from ant page malicious criticism as a requisite for those who either work at a distance liy supplying lunus or those who actively engaged in the work In the mountains He also plead for a benevolent and charitable consorsUp of tile press and showed tho mlschiif done to the of the workers by the publication of outlandish stories about tho mountains Tho program lor tho forenoon of tho 7th was on tho general of tho blind In Kentucky Dr L 8 MacMurtry of Louisville presded and spoke of preventable blindness An address followed by Dr J A fatucky of Lexington on institutional Caw of tho Blind In his address Dr Stucky I paid a very high triuute to tho work being dono by Baron College and JS poclally to tho work of Doctor Cowley in tho study and treatment of eye dis eases among tho students The college hospital was given great praise Dr Stuckys address also included an account of his visit to the school at Buckhorn Ono of tug most interesting fea tures of tho conference was the visit on Wednesday to tho Waverly Hills Tuberculosis Sunltorlum This sanltorium Is eleven miles southwest of Louisville and members of tho conference were taken out on the tho hill through tho snow and were served lunch In the largo dining hail of tho ndmlnslratltn building After lunch the visitors were taken through tho wards and Inspected tho plant There aro lorry I patients In tho mens ward alone and during the cold nnd time for that mattar they aro compelled to remain outdoors lying In reclining chairs on the long veranda wrapped In blankets and furs during tho day tlmo with nothing but thin wlro screens to 63puruto them from tho cold blasts At night their sani tary beds aro rolled through the huge kV- I Can Buy I 3 CONTINUING 30 Best Patent Flour 65 cents Best Meal cents 20c Coffee 15c 35c Coffee 25c pounds 100 4 Toilet Soap Sc 2 Tub Soap Sc 4 Candy 25c I J em Everybody f I from but births same attenduut is to the buried issued affixed few called foolish law foes successful great is County others that cause subject trolloy climbed weather doors and they sleep in tho same places Marked Improvement Is evi dent In every patient In tho hospi tal and though still a comparatively young Institution It has numbers of cures to Its credit This eanltorlum Is supported by Louisville and Jeffer son County and Is a good example to tho state of what can and should be dono In ovary county for the stamping out of tho white plague to the inclemency of tho lOwing tho conference was not us largely attended as was expected but the discussions wore all of a very high order of excellence and all of tho workers and visitors scent to havo gotten great inspiration from the meeting Tho work of these associa tions In tho state Is a much needed one and it Is hoped that it wont be long until all parts of the state are aroused to tho great possibilities tf these organizations and will fall in lino for sympathetic cooperation NEWS OF THE WEEK- I continued from tint tgel millions or a little more than the present population of Texas Now there aro about twentyfive Umes that number ENGLISH ELECTIONS Tho battle of tho ballots is nearly over In England so near that there Is now no doubt of the result The Liberals will continuo iu power but their majorities havo not been in creased as they hoped The voting in England is altogether different from America Hero our elections occur throughout the country iu ono day but there tho polling s spread out over nearly threo weeks and it is possible for tho leaders to figure In the elections throughout tho entire country During tho first week of tho polling it was thought that the Unionists or opposition would mako substantial gains but all hopo in that direction was soon blasted Tho great question al issue la tho new parliament as in the last par liament Is tho right of the houso of Lords to exercise the veto power The Liberals claim that the last two elec tions which have gone In their favor show the countrys repudiation of the claim of the house of Lords and they will now press their advantage Just what tho result is to bo no one Is ablo to say In any ovent It will likely amount to a constitutional re volutionA PROBLEM FOR CONGRESS- A problem for congress growing i l4 gal Buckets lOc 2 gal Bucket given free with SOc sale 1 Boker Knives SOc 15 Suits Clothes 9 2 Pants 125 2 Fur Hats 1 Heavy Underwear 39c out of the census returns is a now ap portionment of represintaton Shall the opportlonmen stand OB it is and tho number of representatives be in creased or shall the number of re presentatives stand and thE appor tionment bo rulsed There is wide spread objection to increasing the number of rsprsentutvJs beyond fur hundred It is nearly that now And there will be greater antipathy from some sections to any attempt to In crease the apportionment for In the states where there has been but lit tlo or no gain in population this would mean a less of one or more re presentative which would be a bitter pill to swallow What will congress do about it It goes without saying that Kentucky will not want to be represented by fewer than eleven congressmenA FOR THE PEOPLE Another problem pressed home by the census figures Is tho support f tho enlarged family This is not a problem for congress but for tho people and in a way the problem f f tho soil of the cow and the hen An ingenious calculator has shown that In order to give all the newcomers us many eggs as tho rest of us have had during the previous ten years twenty two million more eggs will bo necessary and that they may have their quota of milk the cows will have to produco l2428WOuO gallons more milK and ninny millions of pounds more butter as well And as to other food Btufis bread and vagetabls tho earth will havo to lncreas3 her yield as it is claimed that it will be necessary to have fiftytwo million moro bushels of potatoes alone PARALYSIS GERM Physicians throughout the country havo been making determined effort to the disease known as in fantile paralysis which has become so prevalent during the last time or four years It was at first thought that tho epidemictor such It has proved to be lu some quarters was duo to impure milk but it was later discovered that tho cause was a germ Up to the presant tlmo It is said that the germ has not been seen with thoI most powerful microscope but notwithstanding it la now claimed that Dr Flexnor of the Rockefeller Instl tuto has succeeded In Isolating It and also has propagated it It Is to be conIquarlnsnounced tho discovery of a serum to overcome the effects of the virus IN OUR OWN STATE Continued from first page BClUug at varying prices which havo sometimes gone as low as rive and six cents per pound If the pool had i been successful the entire crop might- have boon disposed of for certainly not less than fifteen cents Kentucky has learned a lesson and tho result will likely be no tobacco grown or a now pool which shall take in all tho growers The former would doubt state bo tho better thing for noI Made by All Calicos ScJ25c Suiting ISc Dolls Toys and Nice Presents for the children father n mother and sweetheart at a half price tA1 R SONThe TradesI combat TRIAL IN PROGRESS The trial of Thomas Davidson Ja i son Deaton and Hacker Combs charged with tho murder of John Abner 18Iin progress at Paris Judge W Halbert of Vaneeburg presiding AbIner was killed at Jackson sometmonths and theago case was ferred to Bourbon Co owing to the lclaim that justice could not be gotten I in the Breathltt Circuit Court KENTUCKIAN HONORED Mr C C McChord who has won some prominence in the state owing to his work on tho Kentucky Railroad Commission has been selected by President Taft for a position on the Interstate commerce board Mr Mc Chord is a Democrat and was voted out of office in tho landslide that carried Governor Wlllsoa and his party Into power President Taft is making for himself many friends by his nonpartisan selection of mem bers of the Supremo Court tho new Commerce court and the interstate commerce commission i MOVING PICTURE DRAMA Films In Fight Against Tuberculosis I lilJi1enlisted RedICross Christmas Seals and on Dec ember Ititn In all parts of the Unted States a rum entitled lU3 Red Cross Seal will bo exhibited for the first time according to an announcement of the National Association for the Study and Prevention of TUberculos- Is The picture drama has been pro duced by tho Edison Manufacturing Company in cooperation with tho ay National Association for the fatudy land Prevention of Tuberculosis and the American National Red Cross It portrays an Interesting story of New i York life and is besides filled with I educational scenes that show how 1 tuberculosis is contracted and how It may be prevented and cured The i film is 1000 feet long The tubercu losls workers in every stats of the United States are using their local theatres to exhibit the picture Tho plot of the story centers about tho winning of the prize of 1tO fori tho best design for the Red Cross Seal for 1910 by Ellen Williams a poor herI jto tho art school whore she longs 10 take a course of study but finds that the cost 100 Is too much for herIpurse As she turns to leave thoIschool a young man of wealth sets her In the office and is struck byItho pathos of her beauty and disap pointment Tied of his purpoaleb3 life Jordan resolves to see for him self how the other half lives Dress od as an ordinary day laborer there fore ho rents a room in the same tenement with Ellen and ama bevcomes greatly attached to her lIe sees her strugglo to win tho 100 prlzo for tho Red Cross Seal design and Continued on last page e VV t THE FLOUR THAT MOTHER USED couldnt begin to compare with ISAACS Flour Well not say makes bread like mother made itIit makes a whole lot better thusbandabout mother and her baking He will eat your bread and thank his stars he is married to such a fineh bakerlBEREA ROLLER MILLS ANDREW ISAACS Prop IBeRI J K- f 1 wj 1 u- f j 1 I I SixTHECITIZEN December IS 1910 1Paie J SERIALr STORYI t Archibalds Agatha- IHUNTINGTON MASON Autbor 01 Agathat1 ICopCopjrl bnnjOr OCkatxuB I SYNOPSIS Archibald Terhune a ppjujar and Inv dolent young bachelor of London re ceives news that he boa been made heir to the estate pf his Aunt with an Income of 0000 a year on condition that he become engaged to be married within ten days 4o do 80 the legacy will go to a third cousin In Amer- Ica The at Castle Wyckoff where Lord Vincent and his wife friend of Terhuno to rind him a wife within the prescribed limo Itneem that lady Vincent Is one of seven puma named film ltcdefl Agatha to Inv close two of them to the castle and Iiava AVchle there as ono of the ueata Slxthlrlkos AgathaFirstApthaSIxthfrom Agatha Sixth tho admission that she cares for Mm but will require a months time fully to mako up her mind Agatha First by needselves FreerFour DusedIl i trip planned h the Vincent see Pint nicking Cowers with a trance man The VlnCCUltll dlsCUSII Agathas neemlng duplicity Tho follow ing day the party visits ruins of an old convent Terhune continues his at I ddentyheFirsts Vincent ecoros him for his appar ent flcklentiui The last evening time allotted In which to become engaged arrives Tho following day Solicitor Burns will arrive from London and the Yin cents are anxious to consummate the en A1tbaFlnther waist Vincent decides that the man must be Terhune The next Ter I e AjtathaSixthhune and Agatha First arc very friendly tor Burns arrives Tho Vlncenw aro anxious In an Interview of Vincent and his wife the latter cries In desecration over the puzzling condition of affairs t I CHAPTER X Continued Then dont you understand ehe t Raid Dont you soot Well really Dearest I dont I had to acknowledge UX dont see what all that baa to do with But her quickly bent bead and low choked cry of Wilfred Interrupted iJUOand then tho oddest thing of all There was my Own wife t yf crying nnd there was f her own hus I j band unable to comfort her because she pushed mo away every time I came near her It was too much And bang it all JTho cause of all tho friendships in i I the world wasnt worth that moments f 2 pain I was disgusted with tho whole 1 Justness and In my agltaUon I went n 1 down to the stables and flung myself I on a horse to try and rlda tho rancour1 Y omy first taste ot Dearests displeas 1 ere out of my volns Out I didnt j make very good work of It and I am Firsti and even r huno himself all the way out and all f the way back When I returned It was twelve I oclock and the footman told me at the door that Solicitor Barnes had ar rived and was in tho library As I t have said In accordance with Tor tunes aunts wishes Dearest had In vited Mrs James solicitor Mr Barnes of Barnes Wlltoughby Sons up from London to take luncheon with t us that ho might bo present at tho time when the sUpulatod ten days ex pired and be witness to tho fact that j I the time wan not overstepped by co much as a minute They had sont the station wagon to meet him as per t Dearests arrangements and he had reached the castle not ton minutes be taro my own arrival I was glad of that for I remembered with a now and troubled sonse that I was no r longer In her good graces that my wife had Instructed me to meet him myself Impelled by this thought I hurried Into the library without changing my riding things and found Solicitor Barnes pacing restlessly up and down the apartment and glancing at his watch from tlmo to time tOAh Lord Vincent he asked we bail not yet metand as I assented I shook his thin impassive hand as cor dially as I could He was llko most hookingfmiring the look of omniscience about Mm as If never so much at home And bow In Lady Vincent he In quire politely whon I had finished apologialsg for my attlro and for my neglect to meet him at the station Conversation was certainly flagging I had no heart for It with all I had on my mind and had begun to fool t pretty well talked out when a footman appeared In tho doorway and wanted to know If bo was to show the gentleman upstairs I didnt answer his question It seemed too much trouble to have to to William that tho barrister not a guest overnight and Instead 1W3 where Lady Vincent was It rather odd that she did sot ccraa lon and welcome Mr I t I t Hames and was almost annoyed bon the man Informed me that tier Lady ship was In her room and by her ex press orders was not to be Interrupted But does she know that Mr Barnes is hero I asked rather Impatient of all this mystery Mr Barnes himself answered mo before William could speak My dear Lord Vincent ho said Dont I pray trouble about It I have been welcomed by your lordship and shall await Lady Vincents pleas ore In regard to meeting her which will bo soon no doubt for wo lunch at one do we notT He took out his big oponfnccd watch What tlmo is ItT I asked anxious ly as a sudden remembrance of the Importance of that snmo luncheon rushed over me Would Terhuno sit down to It an affianced or a free man CHAPTER XI Tho noon hour exactly said he Great Scotland I I exclaimed aloud Then the deed I thought must be done I had been two hours riding Terhuno must have decided his fate ono way or the other during that time It was qulto exciting I rang for a footman and when William had appeared again I asked him where Mr Terhune was realizing at tho same tlmo that It was just as much Archs duty to entertain old Barnes since the solicitor had come upon his business after all Dont know your lordship Will try to find him said William leaving tho room Just In tlmo to escape col tiding with Terhune who burst In upon us in a manner so unceremonious and excitable as to be quite unlike himselfUpon my word Vincent ho exclaimed qulto ignoring Solicitor Barnes Im glad Ive found you I I thought I never should I say where havo you been r Riding I replied for an hour or two and talking to Mr Barnes which you should havo been doing also I dont think youve spoken to him yet havo you But far from attending to my hint he hardly let me finish before ho grasped my shoulder and was shaking It nervously rye made a mess of it Vincent he said and his voice stirred me to real feeling It was so genuinely distressed Upon my word I have I wouldnt have believed It if youd told mo yesterday but shes refused me UDy Jove I expostulated for of course I knew that Agatha Sixth was the she referred to You dont say so And somehow I felt just as sur prised and disappointed as If r had not known of my friends rash es capado of the night before I had felt so sure that it would all come right Refused me he wont on distractedly Just as If Id been tho dirt under her feet my dear boy As if I were insulting her by asking her Moa Terhuno As If I were Insult- Ing her Ills face flushed again at the thought and ho ran an agitated Yea I Did Ask the Girl to Marry Me band through his thick slightly gray hair careless of the disorder It left nits wakePoor old chap I said pityingly I felt thunderingly sorry for him for It was uncommonly hard lines but some how I couldnt think of a thing to say that made matters any better Where was It I asked him with a natural curiosity to loam tho scone of the disaster In the west garden he replied Id been sticking in tho house all morning waiting for her to come down stairs You know she went up right after breakfast but hadnt succeeded In seeing her So I thought Id take a turn in tho garden to braco me up and there she was herself Finn I ejaculated as Interested In his recital of the catastrophe as If I woro at a play or watching tho- races Wo had both of us forgotten Solicitor Barnes who had retired discreetly to the hearthrug and was pacing it with mathematical precision Not so floe went on Terhuno because she made as if to escape me directly which of course wasnt very encouraging Decidedly not I exclaimed But you asked her I did I blocked her way as she started up the path put my cane right across In front of her and asked her why she wanted to run away from me when all I wanted In tho world was to stay by her all the rest of my life UravolHI cried Played indeed And then Th And then ho said polishing his eyeglass furiously as ho spoke and then If she didnt go and pretend to misunderstand me But I didnt let that hinder me I simply said It again as plain as man can put it Will you marry me He stopped and I could see that pain and anger resentment and humiliation for the moment had mastered his power of speech And then I prompted him again s+ Why then she refused me ho said She toll mo If I were the last man qs earth she wouldnt marry mul It wa very crust and I cant Imagine why she should speak so harshly I I thought I could I fancied I understood Agatha Sixths reasons for behaving as she did perfectly well In tho light of her suit ors performance the previous evening Rut of course Terhuno was at1 It the dark as to our knowledge of that epl lode Gad Wilfred I he went on in de apalrlng tones Think what Ive lost Yes I agreed Dash It nil I thought we bad you all fixed for a for tune Arch But he didnt appear to hear mo for ho dropped despondently into nn armchair repeating as If to himself Think what Ive lost There was a momentary sllenco In tho room broken only by tho dry clearing of Mr Barnes legal throat Then I went over and put my hand on Archs shoulder I felt eorry for him and I couldnt bear to see all my bright plans for his future end so I wouldnt havo It Jn fact Come come I expostulated Dont glvo upl You must make another tryl Surely youro not going to throw rway your only chance of Inheriting a property that will make you rich for life and which should be yours by right of your aunts promise for tho lack of a little spirit Or if you do its not like you thats all v But my words did not succeed It arousing him Oh as to that ho said speaking from tho depths of his misery and the arm chair as to having another try look at the clock I looked It was half after twelve Times up at one isnt It Barnes ho asked taking notice of that worthy barrister for tho first time- I bellevo It Is Mr Terhune re plied Mr Barnes as Indifferently as it It were only a question of boiling breakfast eggs You see sold Arch looking at me despairingly theres no use talking ol urging her again I could do nothing at all with her In that short time oven if I wero inclined to Its a pity of course I rather fancied that property of my aunts An Income of 20000 a year Is a good deal to lose at ono blow Especially when the blow is unexpect ed By Jove you know she did half way promise to marry me after all Cant think why she changed her mind But of course I could think and I didnt quito see how Terhunu could call tho blow unexpected You know I warned you that you were paying far too much attention to Agatha First I said but you would indulge your fondness for flirtation and you see tho result an upset kettle offish It was all tho reference to the scene in tho drawing room of the night before that I intended to make After all as In tho case of my discovery of the rod automobile In the wood we had seen what wo wero not meant to have seen And until Arch came to me and spoke of that event himself and asked my advice my hurt friendship made me resolve not to demand his confi dence or thrust advice upon him Let him koep his secret if that was bi wish I would not intrude upon It though his reticence pained me over so muchI couldnt very well help It ho replied Upon my word I couldnt The girls very fetching you know and she Boomed to take such an extraordinary fancy to mo that I couldnt help re sponding Agatha Sixth on the othot hand had hardly a word to say tome Of course not I said hotly The more attention you paid to Agatha First the less Miss Lawrence paid to you That was quite natural Youd asked the girl to marry you you know and she couldnt understand why you should want to havo anything to do with anyone else Yes I did ask the girl to marry me and she chose to keep me walling for an answer replied Arch impatiently which kept everything at a standstill I couldnt go ahead till she said the word and aa tlmo hung heavy on my handsYou mado love to some ono else Doucod clever I interposed sarcasti cally Well 1 couldnt mako love to her very well could I when sho wouldnt say positively whether sho wanted ma to or not She kept me at arms length all the time TO BK CONTINUED Shines of Pioneer Days A file of bootblacks now loes duty In front of tho California exchange and the man with dirty boots who passes thom and la no customer must run the gantlot Capital enters the field with tho armchairs and cushions and to the armchairs and cushions newspapers are added Close to the customers eyes Is this placard Boots blaokod not wot or greased 25 cents Boots blacked when wet or greased GO cents Boots blacked all over legs etc 50 coats Whittle sticks Wldo West A paper published In San Francisco fifty years ago Lights on Baby Carriage- I was puzzled the other night by two lights which kept approaching me on the sidewalk said a wayfarer I flnplly made out that they were on a baby carriage It struck mo as a pretty good Idea for tbe lights didnt seem to bother the baby at all and they certainly kept people from run ping Into tho carriage In the dark The lanterns were made like small carriage lamps and were fastened In sockets 1 Listen to This Llttlo Phyllis was at a concert The leader rapped and tune buza of con creation ceased Oh mamma ox claimed Vhyllu Just listen to the bush REVIEW AND- CHRISTMAS Saaihy School Lessee for Dee 25 1910 Specially Arranged for ThIs Paper LESSON TEXTLuke 168X Memory verses IX liGOLDEN TEXT REVIFWWheref- ore God also hath highly exalted hIm and given him a name which is above every namePhil S9- GOLDKN TEXT Cimi8TMA8Fo unto you Is born this day In the city of David a Savior which Is Christ the LordLuke I1L Jesus Christ brought Into the world for every person two Ideals or goals ot life but these two are so Interwor en together that no one can realize either ideal or reach either goal with out the other Ono is personal the other social The personal Ideal is perfection of character and of the whole being in heavenly beauty and power and this going on forever In an unending development It la to bring Into our lives the highest and best In order that wo may use them for the service of man or God Potor wished to abide on tho moun tain of Transfiguration but Jesus sent him down Into tho sinful and suffering world carrying his vision with him In order to do his common duties with tho highest motives and to light his battles with tho assurance of victory Now Just hero lies tho blessing of Christmas It Is good to dwell on what tho coming of Jesus moans to us nnd to give many gifts of love but tho full blessing comes only as we carry tho same vision tho sarao spirit of giving Into all the following year The second blessing of Christmas Is the social transformation of this world into the kingdom of heaven whore all tho inhabitants live accord Ing to the laws that make heaven what it is whore all social arrangements are for tho best good and hap plnoss of every citizen where all busl ness is done according to tho Golden Rulo of love where all havo the com forts tho wealth the education the enjoyments the power of service which ho can use In a word it U tho answer to our dally prayer Thy Jngdom come Thy will bo done Tho noble ten Is the wellearned title which ton Chinese men gained for themselves by passing an examina tion which made very evident their knowledge of tho Bible This Ulble knowledge examination was held in Hunan China somo time ago Tbo syllabus of the examination which Is given herewith was long and compre hensive and it meant the hardest kind of work for the competing Chinese who Just a very few years ago seemed uterly Incapable of spiritual aspira tion They worked strenuously for six months and tho outcome was absolut ely amazing Today It Is a question how many churches In the entire Christendom could be found with ten men who know the Bible as those men doThrough the generosity of an Eng lish gentleman and some Austrian friends a very attractive prize was offered to each successful competitor consisting of a handsomely morocco bound giltedged Mandarin Bible Eight secured OS per cent or over of the syllabus and two 92 per cent Tho Bibles were presented by Mrs din ton a daughter of one of the Man darin translators The effect of this Dlblo study Is most marked In prayer It Is said that rarely do maturo Christians of andlatherIt is suggested that our readers test their of the word by these quesUonsIOld Testament Repeat names of Old Testament books Repeat Gene ills I Repeat origin of Sabbath Gen 212 Names tho 12 Patriarchs Genesis 49 Repeat tho Ten Command meats Ex 20317 Repeat Solo mons Prayer 1 Kings 822Cl Re 1031ItopentIn Proverbs Repeat Isaiah 53 Give summary of the Hook of Jonah lie peat Mal 31018 Now Testament Repeat names of Now Testament books Repeat tho Beatitudes Matt 5311 Repeat tho Lords Prayer Matt 6913 Namo the 12 Apostles Matt 1021 Repeat The Great Commission and Inv stitution of Baptism Matt 28 1820 Give summary of Marks Gospel Re peat tho Magnificat Luke 14CG5 Repeat the Golden Rule Luko 631 Repeat the Institution of Lords Sup per Luko 221520 Report John 1118 Give an account of the trial death resurrection and ascension of our Lord from the four Gospels Pentecost Repeat Acts 217 Choosing of the Deacons Acts 65 Repeat Pauls discourse on Mars Hill Acts Repeat koy verso from each chapter In Romans Repeat 1 Corinthians 13 Give summary ot Pauls second letter to Timothy Repeat Hebrews 1 Repeat 1 John 1 Name tho seven churches In Revela Liam Repeat Rov 7917 Repeat Rev elation 2L To locate Bethlehem 1 asued hon 1 could get there from Now York They told me quite accurately Whc was Herod Was ho a Jew Why king Whit dues Wise men meant What was meant by the cast Tho star might It have beau a comet or two stars In conjunction l What does that mean 7 What was Herod troubled l Why were chief priests and scribes called Whero can we find tho passage quoted in v 61 I had to supply MIc 52 Ana every boy satisfied himself that It was right bj looking It up And In like fashion through tho lessonE C Foster 1 f I 7 GOOD HOTBED MANAGEMENT Valuable Assistant to Gardener and I Thorough Knowledge of Same Leads to Success U 0 FATTEN The hotbed Is a valuablo assistant to the gardener and a thorough knowl edge of the same loads to success My method after the first year la to clean out each spring and mix thoroughly tho soil and old manure from the beds and return It upon new fresh manure adding now soil aa needed After tho beds become heated up and the temperature drops to 90 Ito gross tho seed Is sown In drills tout Inches apart and covered according to tho kind of seed used Water liberally and never lot tho soil got real dry Insert a thermometer Into tho soil at tbo beginning and hold the heat around 60 to 70 degrees by opening or closing the sash as necessary In early spring old strips of carpeting laid over tho sash at night koep the frost away and help to hold tho temperature even When tho plants begin to show the third leaf remove to boxes three Inches deep holding the same kind of soil as that in tho bed This soil Is tamped down smooth and solid Then use a small stick like a leadpencil to make the holes for the plants making thorn at least two Inches apart Drop tho plants In firm the soil and then water well and return to hotbod box and all and proceed In tho cart of them as though you had not dill turbed them at all When they get to bo four Inches high proceed to harden them off by removing tho sash during tho day but return it at night until tho nights be come warm This hardening process Is very es sential before setting Into open ground In transplanting always use care not to Injure tho roots and a very Important thing to do Is to firm the soil about the plant Whoa sot ting Into open ground do BO on N showery day or at evening and sue hoes Is almost sure METCALFE ENDBAR HOLDER Handy Little Device for Beekeepers- In Putting Up Section Holders and Shipping Gates The drawing Illustrates a contriv ance which will hold the ondploooa of Kcctlonholdera In exact position while the slotted or bottom piece la being nailed to them writes O B Mctcalfa In Gleanings In Dee Culture Without any alteration it will also hold the two ends of n combhoney sblp pingcnso In exact position while the back board Is being nailed on A nnd b aro small wooden fingers fastened to f by screws g and h They EndBar Holder arc loft Just loose enough to turn cos fly on the screw Tho contrivance may be made to stand up on tho bench by nailing to Its back two blocks which taper off to tho bench and In turn nailing these to tho bench To uio It pick up two endpieces of a secllonholdor or shippingcase one in each hand and thrust them down between tho cleats d nnd o and the ends of the fingers a nnd b Tills will stretch tho spring e and Its re coil force will by means of the fin gore hold tho two pieces firmly In ex act position for nailing Only a few dimensions are given because the other dimensions may be varied to suit the material at hand It Is important that the cleats d and e be exactly 4H inches for putting up standardsize sectionholders so they will hold the bottom piece exactly In place nnd yet will not stick up far enough to hinder In nailing I bought a low sectionholders taut spring with thin endpieces which were evidently Intended to be nailed slightly back from tho ends of tho bottom piece To use tho above con trivance for putting up such section holders It Is only necessary to nail to the cleats d and c two thin slats of tho thlcknoss It Is desired to have the end pieces sot back and not high enough to Interfere with nailing on the bottom piece A Mans Suggestion Potatoes will balm moro quickly If there Is a fire in tho stovo To keep lettuce frosh and crisp place It In tho Icechest and dont eat it To toll when a pie is done hold It upside down over the sink If baked sum ciently It will fall out of the tin To keep the soup from boiling over re move tho kettlo from tho stove But ter will last longer If sprayed with kerosene before serving To keep the dusc from flying dont disturb It with broom or cloth Mom man says It Farm Journal Early Celery Tbo demand for early celery Is in creasing Most people prefer fall celery but a highgrade article should sell well during the entire summer Golden Rolfblanching Is by far tho most popular early colery It stands for quallly White Plumo Is moro vigorous but less palatable WELL BUILT MICHIGAN BARN Main Floor May Be Used for Thrih Ing and Hat Accommodation for HayAnimals In Basement A most convenient barn has Just been built for a Michigan farmer It Is 40x72 foot and the arrangement U excellentThe floor may bo used for A Well Planned Sam threshing nail has ample accommoda 1bolts for hay Tho basement has accommodations for 14 cows Main with FloorIthere are stalls for Is also a large The Basement with five windows giving ample light and ventilation Tho bridge li water tight and af fords a good wagon shed for both summer and winter Manure Conserves Moisture Hamyard manure Increases the waterholding capacity of the sell and Instead of dumping tbe manure In some convenient outoftheway place or leaving In the yard to deteriorate or to rot tho structures against which It Is aa frequently plied the farmer cannot only save money but at the snow time con serve tho moisture of his non by Immediately spreading It upon his fields To get manure onto the fields quickly and effectively n manure spreader lit very useful Building An Icehouse It in nono too early to think about building an icehouse Ice 15 a greet luxury In summer and aa much or even more so than In tho cities or towns An icehouse should bo so constructed aa to have a double wall or air apace surrounding that por lion abovo ground and tho cost of such will be but llttlo compared with the protection afforded There should also bo double doors It la not din cult to keep Ice In a building abovo ground If the double willis are used and the Ice securely packed a it OTBS I Look after the tools Cooperate with your hired man aa much as you can Why not build a farm tool house It you have not one Beware of the traveling agent no matter what ho sells Tllo draining must bo done right or it Is worse than useless Not near enough farmers have acquired tho habit of keeping books Treasure every potato turnip boot head of cabbage etc for the winter feed A man who Intends to tile drain his field should study the subject care fullyParsnips aro improved by freezing and many prefer to leave them out all winterThe total crops of tho United States this year will probably total up 9000 millions of dollars In value Look after tho manuro and use your manuro spreader freely while the roads are In good condition Farming to bo successful must be conducted with as much method and system as any other business Those days can bo put to good use in getting tho grindstone Inlo sorvico and sharpening up things generally Farm labor Is high and some of tho hours of winter months can be spent to no better advantngo than planning economy of farm labor for next son sonFarm labor economy consists in roJmuch tlmo in certainserving as season for things that must be done andI I can bo dono only thenlTho cowpeas moved In sufficient time for thorough Ipreparation before tho seed ot the I next CDP aro to bo sowny December 15 1910 THE CITIZEN Page Seven I N448 +84441fi4864 ROUND ABOUT tl THE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY I ++++1o+44 fi44444 N + 1 GOVERNORS LIKED KENTUCKY One Offers Suggestion Relatives to Secretary to Governors FrankfortTwo governors lludley of Missouri and ONeal of Alabama bavo communicated their appreciation of the hospitality which was extended whllo In Frankfort and Louisville Gov HadIe was Interviewed in 8t Louis and said he and his wife had P found real Kentucky hospitality dur- Ing their visit Gov ONeal wroto to Gov Wlllson asking for copies of his message to the legislature He saya ho hoes to send a message to the legis laturo after ho goes into office and wants on much information as ho con get on tho subject of recommenda tins that bavo been made in other states Oov ONeal says ho thinks tho governors should have a perma font secretary who can furnish such Information showing what is being done in other states- KENTUCKYS SHARE Amounts That May Be Spent In Na tional Improvements FrankfortAccordIng to tho esti mates of the various departments of tho govormnont complied by Secre tary of tho Treasury MaeVoagh U will cost Just 74841486081 o run the Unite States for tho fiscal year ending Jtrao 30 1912 ThU Is 3347 G03GO more than tho estimate sub mitted laal year In tho estimates items In which Kentucky Is intoroatod wholly or In part roach a total of f 47SS000 Tbeso are divided as follows Internal revnnuo SIG7CflO Public Dulldlngfl for purchase ot antes and completing buildisgaIlowl tot Omen 15000 CatloUabnrg MO MO and Winchester J68000 Rivers and Harbors contract work Cumberland river below Nashville Tonn 1260000 looks 18 and 14 in the Kentucky river S6SOOO TaniiM tee river below Chattanooga Tonn 180000Continuing Improvement and Main unanee Kentucky river locks 1 = and 14 = 100000 Ohio river below PIttsbtjrg lock 7 9101219 20 39 41 aDd 48 1150000 for improving antI opening Ohio rlvor channels 2I100 for drudging and keeping nine foot stage Ohio river 2000000 for operating snagboaU on the Ohio river fSG009 REPORT ON ASYLUMS Frankfort State Inspector and Ex aminer McKenzie R Todd has filed his report with Oov Wlllson on an Inspection made of tho Kastorn Con tral and Western Kentucky asylums Tho work of Inspecting those Instltu tlono commenced in July The report as flied with the governor com prises about ninety typewritten pages and is said to bo one of tho most thorough Investigations ever made of theso Institutions The inspector praises tlio work of the bipartisan board of control In tho management of tho Institutions and states that tho excellent work done is noticeable and bcnotlclat Frankfort Tho United States su promo court approved tho Kentucky t court of appeals In tho case of tho Illinois Central vs Kentucky The unto Mil obtained judgment against the railroad for tho amount of tho tax In 1897 upon tho franchise formerly belonging to the Chesapeake Ohio fi Southwestern railroad of more than 1000 Tho recovery was based on tho fact that the Illinois Central was in possession and operating under a power of attorney Tho railroad declared a violation of the Fourteenth amendment KENTUCKY CADET BREAKS RECORD Frankfort Midshipman Ernost J Harbor of this city aJ the Naval end cmy Annapolis Md was awarded the first prize for small arms practice at tho academy Ho mado GIG points out of a possible G40 The honor carried with it n gold medal Ho broke the academy record by two points Darbonrsvllle Tho country home of Wattm Oliluni farmer threo miles from this city burned tho loss being several thousand dollars with no in surance A purse containing 800 in currency was thrown out of a window but could not bo found Frankfort Two Kentucky midship men have been taken 111 with typhoid at tho United States Naval academy at Anapolts They are UMY W Con way of Covln ton and Allan W Ash brook of Lexington Tho former is a member of the first or graduating class and the latter is a member of tho third elas- sWilliamsburgMrs Mary Collins was shot and killed hero by her son t Harvey So tar as known no one wit 1utseed tho tragedy which the young was accidental 1 I I KENTUCKYS POPULATION Gov Wlllson Assigns His Reasons Fol States Slow Growth Frankfort Cheap lands in the west Intolerance of opposition in I opinions and the recent tobacco trou fries in my opinion are in part the reason that Kentucky hasnt Increased In population at a greater rate during tho lust ten years This Is what Gov A E Willson said when asked about his ideas nI to why Kentucky hud made such a poor showing in the census returns Ho said ho was inclined to thins that there might bo a mistake but had his own Ideas on tho cause of Ken tacky not Increasing in population fasterKentucky has furnished to other states lOG governors and I believe that If Kentucky had all the people who had moved away from hero with their families wo would have a popu lation of G000000 and be the greatest state in tho union The governor said that for several generations there had been a drift from Kentucky to tho west and tin this would In part account for the poor showing Dut the most Important rea ton the people leave Kentucky the governor thinks Is tho general Intel erance of opposition In opinion this lot being confined to any party or set lie said tho j coplo woro too ready tc denounce anybody who hold a differ ent opinion on any subject from them He said tho tax laws of the state In a measure drive out people who want to avoid tho exactions of these laws and these same laws also prevent oth ers from coming to Kentucky The governor sold tbo condition of some of tho schools also had its effect j PAIR OF DEVILS Ixsxlngton Mrs Mary Baker O Eddy would not accept tho finest pair of carriage horses in America Sho sold when sho looked tho pair over Thoy ate allalr of devils sent to kill me The team oho referred to had been selected by J M Ostoorno of Paris a horseman of long experience who had been Instructed to buy the best team of oarriagu horses in the United States to bo presented to hor Tho horses wore bought in Lexing ton and wore the noted blue ribbon winnors Tattersall anti Kckonsalli aometlmos caled during theIr career of exhibitions as Tattersall and mate WILL STAY ON THE MAP Washington Ft Thomas Is to remain on the war map hut the assur ance of that fact Is about all the sat isfaction which tho big delegation headed by Cincinnatis Mayor was able to get either from Secretary of War Dickinson or President Taft when thoy presented their appeals to both officials urging that tho govern mont do not abandon the military ros ervation SUES RAILROAD FOR TAXES Frankfort By direction of tho aud Itor and aftor Investigation by Inspec tor Noel Gaines and information fur nlshed by him suit was filed In the Franklin circuit court against tho Illinois Central railroad for back taxes for the past five years amounting to 611719 KENTUCKY WHEAT Frankfort Kentucky has 8000 few er acres sown in winter wheat this fall than It had in tho fall of 1909 Figures announced by tho department of agriculture show 792000 acres sown in Kentucky as against 500000 acres in 1909 Tho Indicated total winter wheat area of the United States is 34 485000 acres or 82800 acres moro than in 190- 9FrnnktortStanding in tho Ken tucky river at tho foot ot tbo custom house wharf with tho water up to her chin Sarah Maywoll aged 55 was found with a thin skin of Ice fanning around her She was so numbed with the cold that her appeals for help wero only mutterings Frangfort Stato officers are in Flor- Ida whore they will opend about ten days hunting and fishing The party is composed of Judge James Dreathltt attorney general Frank P James stato auditor and Leo Hampton deputy Insurance commissioner and Sam J Shackclford They expect to spend their limo fishing except for an oc- casIonal hunting trip atter ducks Morgan field J W Proctor who escaped from tho ITopklnsvlllo asylum with Arthur Miles of Louisville slay er of Bcssl + Stith arrived hero from Memphis Ho telegraphed his father from Memphis for money signing the message oa J W Johnson Iris father mado ready a registered letter and answered the message saying tho money had been sent But before tho letter reached him young Proctor landed horn- STOCK INSPECTORS POWERS Frankforton request of M C Rankin commissioner of agriculture tho attorney general has given an opinion regarding the powers of the county livestock inspectors The question was whether the inspector had to wait for notice from the owner of stock before making examination whore it was suspected that thor ex- Isted a communicable or contagious disease Tho opinion holds that the inspector mav enter promises and in spect stoat if ho has information that there Is disease there EXCELLENT METHOD FOR SUITABLE CONCRETE MIXTURE Some Brand of Portland Cement Should Be Used That Is Guaranteed to Meet Standard Speclflca lions ot Government Excellent Con On account of Its cheapness uni formity and quick development of strength the only cement practically used at present is the kind called Portland There ore almost as many brands of Portland cement as there are of wheat flour For farm work chooso some brand guaranteed by the local dealer to meet tbo stand ard specifications of the American Society for Testing Materials which standards are approved by the nation al government Cement takes water so easily that care must be exercised in storing ft says Kimballs Dairy Farmer Upon the regular floor at a good building placo timbers close together as a support for a false floor upon which tho sacks may bo plied Cement is heavy do not overload the floor of the building by piling it too high and do not store It against tho aide walls Keep it covered with canvas or roofing paper If onco wet It sets up and Is unfit for use How ever lumps duo to pressure In tho storo house must not be mistaken for setup cement Such lumps are easily crumbled and may then be used Concrete Is a mixture of Portland cement and particles of stone The stono should vary in sIze from pieces lone Inch In diameter to sand grains I By so grading tho stone tho smaller particles fit In tho spaces between the larger pieces thereby producing the j most compact and tho strongest mix turoThe best stone for crushed rock is ono which Is clean hard and breaks with sharp angles Trap granite and hard limestone arc among the best the use of shale slato and soft lime stones and sandstones should be avoided Tho crushed rock should bo screened on n quarterinch screen to remove the fine particles Thoso small particles should be considered as sand and if In sufficient In quantity to make the proper proportion of the concrete as Is described later enough sand should be added to produce the required amount Gravel well graded in sizes Is at least equally as good for concrete cs crushed stone Bankrun gravol Just as dug from tho pit seldom runs oven and rarely has the right proportion of sand and pebbles for making the best concrete The mixture most sultabo has ono part sand to two parts gravel measured by volume in which all sizes passing through a oneInch mesh screen and retained on a quarterInch screen are considered gravel As there is usually too much sand for the gravel It Is both advisable and profit able to screen tho material and to re mix them in tho proper proportions gravel should have no rotten stone and should bo clean so that tho cement may adhere to it lightly If It Is dirty no amount of cement will make strong concrete Generally sand is clean but If not It can easily bo washed by playing a hose or flush Ing water upon thin layers of sand placed on IL tightpointed Inclined wooden board In size of grain It should vary uniformly from fine to coarse All particles passing n quar erlnch screen may be considered sandAny goodtasting drinking water is suitable for concrete The tools and equipment necessary for making concrete in moderate quan ttllcs aro already at hand on a well conducted farm or will be useful after ward for other purposes The list follows Two square pointed paddy shovels No3 Ono round pointed tiling shovel or one garden spade Ono heavy garden rake One sprinkling can or bucket or one spray nozzle for hose Ono water barrel or ono length of hosoOno sidewalk tamper or homemade wooden tamper Ono sand screen mado of a section of onequnrtorlnch wire mesh nailed to a wooden frame An agricultural automobile with a peculiar typo of soil pulverizer mounted in somewhat tbo same way as the stern padtlo wheel of a river steamboat has been built by a firm In Switzerland for the preparation of I light and dry soils which havo been crete Mixture One measuring box or frame See description further along In article Ono mixing board Two wheelbarrows with steel trays For farm work the following propor tins are most suitable For concrete necessarily waterproof 124 or 14 For all other ordinary purposes 126 or 15 Such proportions of three parts ot 124 indicate that the concrete Is to be mixes 1 part cement to 2 partq sand to 4 parts screened gravel or crushed rock and 14 that it is to be mixed 1 part cement to 4 parts bank run gravel Measurements by counting shovel fuls is poor and uncertain practice To avoid splitting of bags of cement make us the unit of measurement 1 cubic foot the amount of loose cement contained in one cement bag Such measurements are mode a very easy matter by gauging the wheel barrows For this purpose use a bottomless box holding ono cubic Soot A shallow bottomless frame Is uleo a convenient means of measur ing Such a frame when set on the mixing board and filled should con tain the full amount of sand or one half the quantity of gravel or crushed rock required for one batch of concreteThe of the batch Is dependent upon the amount of help and tho di mensions of the mixing board or platform SAVING GOOD CORN STALKS Vutliorltlca on Agriculture Urac Importance otStorinjr Fodder to Accompany Straw oa Roughage oijr n a WEATHBUSTONK Besides pointing out to farmers tho importance of saving their straw authorities on agriculture aro also urging the importance of saving all cornstalks to accompany the straw as a winter roughage thus making n saving In hay the scarcity of which necessitates the greatest economy In Its use It is believed that tho 1910 hay crop all over the west is much behind tho usual tenyear average and that next winter will develop prices at which farmers will think they can better afford to sell tbelr hay and feed the cheaper roughage than to feed bay to stock On this point however it will be well for tho farmer to bo very suro that he has a sufficiency of other fodder before parting with his hay to the detriment of his stock With the use of corn binders tho saving of fodder is not a difficult matter If the farmer has not enough stock to consume his entire acreage of fodder ho will find other farmers who are without enough and who have stock which It will be prof Itablo to bur to use what surplus fodder Is stored from the corn fields Save the corn fodder Value r f Oats Thoro fero several good reasons for feeding oats all authorities agree that they are easily digested and contain tho necessary amount of protein to supply food for tho muscles That even the hull has Its value In furnIsh- Ing a sufficient amount of roughness to aid In exciting the saliva and gas trio juice dnd thus aids tho digestion Many careful and experienced feeders prefer corn as the principal grain nnd oats only as a change Thero can be no question as to tho value of corn In fattening a horse and It Is certainly a much cheaper feed than oatR but after careful Inquiry I am firmly of the opinion that cornfed horses aro more susceptible to dis ease and oven though they present a pleasing appearance have not the muscular strength tho endurance or tho power to resist disease of horses fed on oats MOTOR CAR SOIL PULVERIZER worked extensively says Popular Ma chancs It is also used ahead of the plow when tho suit is bardj The machine Is of the threewheeled type tho single forward wheel being used for steering Tbo two roar whetls are very wldo 1855 Berea College 1910 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reachof all Over 64 instructors 1365 students fron 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS- A special teacher for each grade and for each mala subject So many classes that each student can bo placed with others like himself where he can make moat rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter 1 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those lout advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for moro advanced students Arithmetic and tho common branches taught in tho right way Drawing Singing table Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management etc Free tat booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork I Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACDEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 yearn for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered In this course so that a young man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady la Homo Selene ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Eves a port of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Gee man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses watt use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables ono to get a firstclaw 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 need Organ Volco Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Derea College is not a moneymolting institution All the money re colved from students is paid out for tholr benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays in This great deficit is mado up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea in order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of tho young people Our students come fromItho best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who may bo sick the College provides doctor and nurso without extra All except thoso with parents in Doroa live in College chargetassist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving tag and getting pay according to the value of their labor tor it is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their ez penses Write to tho Secretary btforo coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Bore favors plain clothing Our climate is tho best but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather worm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books tollot articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost The College asks no rontIfor tho fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week in the fall and 150 in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash- Ing of bedding 40 cents a Reek In fall and spring 50 cents in winter SCHOOL FEES aro two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for II return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and is returned i when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for taro of school build ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a freo gift Tho Incidental Feo for most students Is 500 a term C in Academy and Normal and 700 in Colic t giato courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent bj thl term board by tho halt term Installments aro as follows I Model FALL School Incidental Fee 600 Room 560 Board 7 weeks 913 Amount due Sept 14 1010 2005 hoard for 7 weeks duo Nov 2 1910 945 Total for term 2950 If paid In advance 2900 WINTER Incidental Fee 5 500 Room V 000 3oard C weeks WO Amount duo Jan 4191120Q0Bo- ard for C weeks due Feb 15 1911 900 Total for term 2900 If paid In advance 2850 SPRING Incidental Fee 500 Room 400 Board 5 weeks C75 Amount due March 29 1911 1575 Board for 5 weeks due May 3 1911 075 Total for terra 2350 If paid In advance 2300 VocationalNormal academy 600 5CO 945 2106 945 3050 3000 600 1i00IOO 2100 990 3000 2950 600 400 675 16i5S7 2350 2300 I College 700 668 945 2205 9411 3150 3t01 70560e 900 2200 901 I 31of 3050 lO0 4 Oij 1 675M246t 2400 t REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a I term receive back for money advances as follows No alowauce for frao I tlon of a week On board refund in fulliOn room and sioned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refuneIonly one balt of tho amount which the student has pad for the remaining I weeks of tho term On Incidental Fee students excused before tbo mddlo of a term will re cclvo n certificate for onehalf the incidental too paid which certificate wit be received as cash by Boron College on payment of term bills by the st J dent In person or a brother or sister if presented within four terms rThe first day of Foil term Is September 14 1910 I The first day of Winter term is January 4 10J1 The first day of Spring term Is March 29 1311 j For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEh BEREA KENTUCKY l J k Pace Eieht THE CITIZEN December 15 IQIO To Educate Your Children This ceiled cottage of four rooms with table chairs and bedstead may be rented for 10 a Term Renter mist give reference Other dwellings of various sizes and for very reasonable prices Address T J OSBORNE Berea Ky- oetoetorootototoRoltolSokotostaI o stoatostoatostoRokokoalokoKorolio 0 I East Kentucky Correspondence i I News You Get Nowhere Else tto 0 r Ho coneircnitnc tulliitid Btlcii sttetd In Ml ly 1tefilm lie line c o tt but I an evidence of good faith Write plainlyo oI 0 foSlo7toleokohoSloiecko oilotioltxcitoso oieoakoitoiloaoiloilo5to5s r FOR REPRESENTATIVEIWe aro candidacy t + jSturgeon Ky for Representative of I the list district subject to tho notion of the Republican party JACKSON COUNTY e ahUOnht Evergreen Dec 9Groen Lako I made a bushes trip to McKee thU week Whlttleld Rose Is sick this weekMrs Salllo Hellard died Nov 23rd after a months Illness Mrs Hellard was 65 years old and has liv od a ChrlsUan life for several years Sho leaves a husband and six chl dren to mourn her loss The bereav ed family have the sympathy of tho dwholecommunity Mrs Jennlo Mar Un died Nov 26th alter being sick With consumption more than a year Mrs Martin was loved by all who know her She leaves a husband and four little children to mourn her loss 1 The community is grieved to give up such a friend On Dec 8th John KatesrCommlUod suicide by hanging himself Mr Kates was thought to 1fbea little Insane at the Umu ho did deed He has been a good citiz r en and a Christian man all leis life He leaves a wife and several chit dren to weep after him The family I 1 havo the deepest sympathy of all tho 4peopleMiss Cleo Campball vlditid Halllo Lake last weekWalter Mar ro IUnand family have moved to Okla t homa whero they expect to llvo in marlItheir Journey thru meMrs Juan Azblll will leave for Red Houso tho t 10th where she joins her husband From thero they will go to Chicago IIlCupt W T Short and his depu I ties mado a raid In this country and destroyed several moonshine stills We welcome them back to give us a little peaceT C hose who been sick is able to be out basI Edward Lako went to Withers business this weekD J Carpenter and Stephen Fields of Loam will move their saw mill to our town next week IIOOII Hugh Die12Next Saturday and Sunday will beheld at Hugh Everybody is invited to come Mrs Allco Benge and I Johnnlo Bengo visited at Luther J Klmberlalns lust week John Halo went to Illinois recently seeking aI location for a home Mrs J C Crow ley has moved to Joe Crowleys place on tho mountain Delburt Settle I has moved over to Enoch Taylors place near DIg 1111lMrs Beatrice Drew who has been sick seems to do getting somo better W T Powell l has moved his tobacco from here Jack Hose is going to movo on W T Powells Miss Ethel Drew broIjI ed through here on his way to Bo rea last WedneadayGeorgo Bongo made a business trip to Hatchers Run last ThursdayMAULUKN MAulden Dec l2Mrs H B Bur ris who had been In very poor health for somo time died Dec 2nd Mrs Burrls was a Christian woman and tho bereaved family havo the sym pathy of allW S Farmers school at Fall Rock will close Dec 24th They will have a Christmas treo and give an entertainment at 10 oclock In the morning Everybody is invited to comeMr and Mrs A G Ward were the guests of Mr and Mrs J E Short last Sunday Tho Burlt rls of Nathanton died last Thurs day from tho effects of burns re ceived when her clothes caught fire Sho had been tanning the flro when they suddenly caught and altho her eleven year old sister Quckiy wrap ped her in a piece of carpet she had been burned so badly that she only lived four hours Toe parents have our heartfelt sympathy Bent Peters of Island City spent Friday nght with Mr I S McGeorse fclephta Farmer is expecting his son Hugh ot Cincinnati Onio to spend Christ mas at home Mr and Mrs Green Amyx of Egypt visited relatives utI Maulden last Sunday attui noon OAlllCU Castle Dec 10The infant of Mr and Mrs John Couch dleu last week of croupArthur McDaulel tell the other day and sprained his angle very badly Born to Mr and iirs Stephen Gabbard a tine glrlold aunt Martha Lear Is improving slow lyMrs Wadale has been in very poor health but Is some bettor now James Cole visited hdr daugh IIMrs Llzza Lear Sunuay R N passed turougu hero en routo to his old place last Saturday S R Roberts has not been well this Williams the flour drumI IweckMr was hero lust haturuay hunting for his horse which got away from him Messrs P M Dees and John Seaborn of Livingston visited Mr and Mrs G W Johnson last weokW lL Roberts has gone to Rockcastle County on business F Cornelius has 6uO cross ties rafted tldellioIEOCKCASTLE COUNTY uouutllAM Goochland Dec 2 Several from hero attended the I O O F exert elms at Red lUll last Thanksgiving Iycamorllislhllllps visited at J B Richardson Friday and Saturday Fi auk Morris was hero the last of the weoaJ e Dooley has about completed his new barn Wiley Coifey has bold his pro perty in Goochlaud and in going to Tennessee to make his future hotnJ Geo Parks of Eglon Jackson Co and Ella Martin of Withers Rock casllo County were quietly married Friday at tho homo of the brd s Grandson Clark of Dispulanta was In Goochland last week Simon Hamp ton is in tho fur business this wln torMat and Bud Grcoei ot Mad son County were in Goochland a tow days agoWork has started up at Big Hill coal mines at Jolmolta W A Phillips was in Madison County last week Mlilard llbln Is pian ning to movo to Horse Lick soon Gilbert Holllnswurths houso burned last Friday night UltLANUO Orlando Dec 9Mrs EWe Bal lard of Goochland is very sick nt her fathers David Laswell Miss Ida Mullins and Miss Etlie Abney of Johnetta visited Miss Martisha Sing leton Saturday Miss Ruth Reppoit of Gap was In Orlando last Wednes day on business UlyEses Durham was in Mt Vernon last Wednesday on bust ness Regular church services wore hId at Maple Grove last Sunday Mr David Laswoll who has boon slcc for somo time Is slowly improving Diego Wood of Conway called on friends hero last SundayDr Capps and family who havo been visiting in this vicinity for somo time havo returned to Jclllco Tenn IIOONK Boono Doc HMrs Jesslo Smith end atlas Hattio Poynter were Beret visitors last SaturdayWm Gadcl of Rockford was in Boone last Satur dayW B Poynter had u cow kill ed on the railroad a few days ago Mrs Mattlo Gadd was visiting hoer daughter Mrs Daisy Lambert last Sunday Mr and Mrs D B Chas teen visited the lamily of J Luvutt on SundayHarry T Chasteen viII lied his parents in Borva last Satur dllyMr Joa Wren is arranging to movo to tho property of W H Lam bert near Boone tho first ot tho year Public school here closes Dec 16th Harry and W S Grant went to Illinois a fow days ago where tiny will probably remain for somo tunn Mary Wren returned homo a tow nays ago after a visit with her daughter at Corbln James Oldhatn and B T Poynter were In Richmond ono day last woekE Wren and Marlon Pcyn ter visited home folks hero a taw days last wee- kMADISON COUNTY KINGSTON Kingston Dec 12Mr Rolllo RM die went to Lexington last Thursday with a load of tobacco Mr and Mrs Lewis Sandlln spent Sunday with J C Powell Mr and Mrs Jim Bales moved to Winchester last Tuesday whero they will make thulr homo Mr and Mrs I A Bowman and SkU Bowman have returned from a visit to Mt Vernon Mr and Mrs Davis Munday are receiving congratulations over the arrival of a boy Albert Sandlin of Richmond was the gujst of Charley Powell from Monday un til Friday Sheridan Bowman of Con way has moved hero Into tho house just vacated by Jim DalesG Young and May Lain havo returned from a business trip to Lexington Miss Suda Powell and Green Clay Powell spent Saturday night with their bro ther at Big lllllTho Rev Mrs Crouso who has spent three weeks with Mr and Mrs Clabo Blevcns of Mote is now visiting Mr and Mn Ben Boon Mrs C C Lamb wile wont to Richmond four weeks ago to havo an operation performed is Lack homo again and is very much im proved Robert tha little son of Mr and Mrs L C Powell Is visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs J C Powell this week Mlsa Martha Powell and Roy Hudson were the guests of Miss Gussle Ruckcr lust Sunday evening The Ladles Aid Society will meet with Mrs Joo Tcrrlll next Thursday ovenlngrThero will bo a school entertainment and Christmas tree at tho Masonic Hall next Friday afternoon Dec 23 Everybody is In vited to como and take part Char ley Powell mado a business trip to Richmond last Monday Ira Roberta went to Jackson last week Janvu Murray will leave In a few days fur Clay County to spend Christmas Wo havo prayer meeting ovary Wednesday night KIlVKIl OIIEKK Silver Creek Dee 13Tho Rev Mr Pearsons filled his regular ap pointment at this place last Saturday and Sunday MUa Ora Lako of Evergreen is staying with Mr and Mrs W B Lake this week Brad Iqy Lake and wife are rejoicing over tho arrival of an eight pound girl Nov 2The M183JS Lcuu and Eva Albright of Brodheud were the pleas ant guests of tho Mimes Johnson re centlyold Aunt Kitty Harris ago eightyseven died recently and the remains wore laid to rest In the Bob I lowlnjIsJones was the pleasant guest of Bradley Lake last Sunday Undo Dick Cliff died last Saturday night and was burled at tho Sliver Crook cemetery Sunday I Fun of Victory Theres a heap of satisfaction Its in overcoming trouble In a trouble if 7011 grin That a fellow gets hla fun If you keep your nerve In action Its haltering the bubble I And you wear a lifted chin Thtft is labeled cant be done Theres a Joy In doing something Its Instriving night and day time That youve never done before When the problem hopeleui So dont be a deaf and dumb seems thing Man appreciates his playing Chance Is knockinG your door When hes realized his dream Down and out there fun In rU There a heap satisfaction lng In a trouble If you grin Fun in facing heavy odds Difficulties have attraction Doing deed that are surprising If you keep lifted chin And the happy fellow plods And the harder that our fight is Plods along and hums a ditty Then the greater Is your fun I As he journeys down the street And the finer your delight Is- o the buy goldmad city As you view the things youve Till hes back upon his feet doneDetrolt Free Tress CLAY COUNTY- VI NK Vino Doc 9 Fanners are not through gathering corn etTho granddaughter of John Ponntngto was badly burned a few flays ago but Is Improving nicely now Miss Ethel Rulo of Richmond Is visiting Miss Mattlo Clark of Malcolm Sho ex pects to return homo BoonTho houso of Jlmmlo Clark of Malcolm was burnod down last Wednesday evening It caught up stairs and everything up there was destroyed but things down btalrs Were all Eavol Fred and Arthur Etrldgo left hero for Texas last Thursday where thoy expect to stay a whlo Chas Ferguson Is visiting homo folks again nniINIL1u tllJUloOIh Burning Springs Dec UJl1clc Hnw lings spent last Sunday with friends In Manchester Bob Rawlings and sister Daisy wore visiting their grand parents Mr and Mrs Alex Clarko ton recently The former has r c mt ly returned from the army where ho has served as a private for tho post six years Mrs James McUanlcl of Dorea loft for her homo this morn- Ing after visiting her daughters Mrs Drown and Mrs Maggard W Camp bell and family oC Btirea have return ed to live on Laurel Creek Mr Camp bell a successful jeweler will lo cato his business at Hazard Perry County Tho many friends of Mr and Mrs James Clark express their sympathy for the recent loss of their beautiful house by fire Only a few things were saved and there was no Insurance Our entcrprsmg shtol trustee Luther Webb visited the schools this week and was very much pleased with tho work doneThero will bo n winter school here just as soon as tho public school closes An announcement of tho teach ors and character of work to be done will be mad laUr Epbraim Penning ton Is thinking of soiling out and locating In the Bluegrass region The cold weather of the past week found many people unprepared for winter Much corn and ioddtr arts Ill In tho fields and runny wood piles empty Many of our school boys had to bo out to get an extra supply of wood Tho Rev Mr Thoman anti wlfo of Livingston are holding a protracted meeting at the Hollnius church with great success The meet ings will continue for two or mor- eweeksStovo Clarkston the popular drummer will locate with his store in Perry County soo- nOWSLEY COUNTY UIOKTOWN Rlcetown Dec 9 Farmers are not yet done gathering corn Ewall Wilder tell over a cliff and hurt himself very badly while out hunt Ing recently Mrs B J Moyora of Boonevlllo visited her brother It W MInter last week Mr Minter got his hip hurt last spring by a runaway team and can not walk yet Mrs p BEREA COLLEGE Collegiate Department Courses in Languages Mathematics HiS- tory Academic Department Gives thoro preparation for entrance to Berea College and all other leading col leges of the country Normal Department Offers County Certificate Course State Certificate Course State Diploma Course and Bachelor of Pedagogy Course Vocational Schools Business Printing Carpentry Bricklay ing Farming Nursing Home Science Music etc Model Schools Offers instruction in all the common J school branches preparing for the Acad emy Normal and Vocational Schools WINTKIl TKKSI BEGINS JAN 4 1011 EX1FNSI1VOCATIONAL ADD ACADEMY AMD HOKUAL COLLKOK I Z90KoomHoard 6 week 900 9ao 900 Amount due January 4 1911 f2000 n00 aaco Hoard for 6 w Feb x31911 9 900 90- 0IfpaldInudvanceIANaO 11 00 20700 S30BO SPICING TKim BEGINS MAB 20 1011 Total for term luW 1150 IMS- OSS300II paid In advance aa00 2OO Write for catalog and advice to WILL C GAMBLE Secretary Berea Kentucky No students should come to Bereaforthe winter term except those who have engag ed boarding accommodations through the College Secretary Mr Will C Gamble Write to him at once sending one dollar as a deposit to secure room 1 Joseph Wilder died lost Kook She leaves a husband and six small chit relativeshand I was burled by tho O P order There I will bo preaching at Grassy Branch next Saturday and Sunday by tho Rev Messrs Roberts Mason and I Helton Mrs Carter Cowman of Uoonovlllo tiled last Tuesday of ty phoid Thoro was a fino mast in this part of tho country which has been a great help to the people Hogs have almost become fat enough to Kill without feeding any corn at all TUAVKLLUUS UKM Travelers Rest Doc 1The schools In this part of tho county are nearing an end They have born very successful under tho new system of plallnlugI awill enter tho E K S N S at Richmond this winter and complete tho Klomontaty State Ccrtlilcato course Miss Ella Uotnor and Mrs S I Caudill WON in Boattyvillo lout Tuesday and Wednesday on business W H Vonoblo has rttlgncd his position with the Dig Deal Soap Co and accepted a position with same roller mill Ito gave us a business call last Saturday ESTILL COUNTY UHlUaTIIUANUII Locust Urauuh Dec 12 Mies lies ale DIcknoll who baa been sick for some tlmo died nt her home near this placo Monday Dec 6 buo was burled In the family grave yard hero last Tuesday A father stepmother and several brothers and sUra neo left to mourn her loosMrs Maggie Vise who bus been visiting with the families of Messrs F Campbell and 11 Q Illcknull has ixturtud to her homo at Richmond Mha Maitl Campbell Is vUltlng with her aunt Mrs Maggie Vise of Richmond Undo David Gentry aged eeventy flvo years died Dec 10 Ills retains were laid to ret in tho Garrett grave yard Ho leaves a widow and several children all married to mourn his loss A largo crowd attended tho funeral which shows to the bereaved family our deepest sympathy John Collins of Uerea has moved to Locust Branch and Is clerking lu tho store of 11 O DIcknoll Henry Calvin iIvisiting friends and relatives in cosllo Countyour school will Dec 23 nookIGARRARD COUNTY TAINT II 0 1C Paint Llok Doc UTho Her Bryant filled his regular appointment ut Wallacoton Baptist church last Sunday Tobacco stripping Is the chief occupation hero now Most pimple aro done gathering cornCorn U selling delivered 210 Irish pota toes at GO cents Walhur Blaton van tho guest of his slater Mrs Gabbard last Saturday night and ofiMr Conlty Jennings on Sunday It U Gabbard of big 11111 was the guest of his father G U Gabbard last Saturday nlghtRobert Dun can and family were the guests of 1 O L Gabbard anti family last Sunday LESLIE COUNTY TIUIIIIrUN Tcmpleton Dec 10 Dr G M Cook passed hero a few days ago to see It M Wilsons wife who has boon sick for somo Umo Peter Pen nlngton and wife passed hero on their way to Harlan County to visit rela tives Jako Same Is on his way back from tho now railroad to Lea lie County Tobo Spilhlns tame back a few days ago from tho now railroad where ho has been at work 1 for some tlmelI L Henslay who Is postmaster at Temploton has nlovtod Ieter Wilson has moved to Beach Fork to his old home Mrs Wilson has been sick for three months and under tho doctors treat mont LAUREL COUNTY IIONIIASII- Bonham Doc 3 William Hamil ton has gone to Beattyvillo on bust nessA protracted meeting will commence at Old Pluoy Grove the second Saturday In Dccmcbor Every body Is Invited to come William Seater has gonu to Jackson County on business this week Tho Citizen U taking tho lead in this vicinity MOVING PICTURE DRAMA Continued front Mils page finally sees her win It Then ho sees her glvo up all tho ambition of her life when she turns over tho 100 to a neighbor so that her consumptive boy might have a chanco to bo cured i at a sanatorium Struck by tho noblo sacrifice Jor dan unknown to Ellen buys tho tone t ment renovates the neighboring apartment enlists the co o oration of a district nurse and helps thus to re store tho consumptive to health and remove from his family tha danger l of further Thus in InfectionI j veals to ll In his proposal that SIlO share him his palatial Fifth Avenue wltbJ slon she has gained a great homo and tho satisfaction of her amI i I bltlon all because of the Red I IK Seal II 4 1 I t