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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): September 21, 1911 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1911 cit1911092101_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): September 21, 1911 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. PRESIDENTS OFFICE 13 ERE A KY MtlUtA PUBLISHING CO. J. f. Knltnt at iNceHroBATKn rAULKNCA, Manager rnl-oje- t tt at lirttd, A'y., doM mnUtxilttt. u neond 3DvotecL The Citizen to til Interests of tlie DEREA, MADISONI COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Mo-uxi.tan- Knowledge Ii power way to keep knowledge newspaper. Hp k and the with modwa to read a good, . People Ono Dollar a year. No. 12 Tel. XIII. Fire cents a copy. SEPTEMBER 21, 1911 GOOD SHOES GOOD SERVICE Once you get an idea of DOUGLAS SHOES quality and' service we confidently count on your return for more. DOUGLAS SHOES are better because they are better made. There is polish and refinement to them. When a customer wants real character in his shoes it is a satisfaction to show him DOUGLAS SHOES. We have opened up our fall line and have them in all the newest styles. . STOP AND LOOK A few1 days ago a subscriber, aftes receiving a notice of the expiration of his subscription, came into the office and apologized for his neglect by saying that he was always so anxious to read the paper that ho did not think to look at tho label on the xcrapper, or on the upper left hand margin of the first page, to see when his time was out. That was a most pleasing excuse so interested in the contents that he forgot the label. We forgave him, of course, and will as readily forgive all others that have the same or as good an excuse, but this issue we are trying to make the LABEL so conspicuous that it will be the first thing seen. So we are asking every subscriber to stop just here and look up as directed by the 9SF to see how he or she stands with us. We keep open books with every one either on the margin above or, in case there are too few subscribers at' a place to make a bundle, on the wrapper; but this woek we are stamping all alike as indicated by the large Now what is your standing? Suppose that after your name you find this date, ID SEP. '11. That means that your subscription was out last week, and that we are due from you one of three things the money for the renewal of your subscription, a letter telling us when we may expect it, or a letter saying that we may stop sending the paper to you. We have heard from only two or three people in the last year who do not like The Citizen and that leads us to believe that our are our friends, but of course we know who our best friends are those who do not put us to the trouble of writing them two or three Utters in order to get their renewal, or those who do not wait still longer till "Honest Ned" comes around. And that reminds us. We have recently heard of a number of persons who paid no attention to the COIN CARDS sent them, saying, "What Ib the usef I'll just wait till the agent comes along and pay him." These people forget that our agents have enough to do hunting new subscribers, and they forget something else very important when they force us to send an agent to them, a good portion of the DOLLAR they mean to give us to make The Citizen better has to go to the AGENT. Are we not justified then is making this plea this plea for friendship, a friendship that is willing to help a little willing its part, willing to save ua trouble and expense, willing to liberate us for the larger duties that the paper requires? Then will not our readers Stop and Look and then Help t If the date is 15 SEP. '11 or before, something is due us. If it is later than that the Subscription is paid up. What is the record? sub-scrlbe- STUDENTS Company for safe keeping. It is not safe to keep money in your rooms. All students with a Bank Account at home will find it much more convenient to transfer it to this bank while in school. We can not cash strangers' checks without identification. Besides it means cost and trouble for the bank to collect so many foreign checks. For further advice call at the bank. ' We arc your friends and will welcome your, acquaintance. AH students with $10.00 or more surplus money are invited to bring it to the Berea Bank and Trust Berea Bank & Trust Co. JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier. IN OUR Republican Organization for the Election on In Canada The PresiMountains Beatty's Slayer to Die dent Pleading for Support of Hit A Gift to Kentucky University Policies Wiley to Stay at Post Better Crop Reports State Fair Representative Madison Diss A The Court of Appeals. Dastardy Deed "Wet or Dry" O'REAR IN MOUNTAINS J! STATE HEWS OF THE WEEK R. R. COYLE FALL TERM A BOOMER. All Departmenta Still Receiving Unusual Numbera of New Students Several Brilliant Eventa Mark the New Term. Tho excess, of students over the enrollment of previous years has been steadily gaining since tho first day, and now amounts to about ISO. The Normal and Vocational Departments are proving moro popular than ever, though all departments show a good Increase. I to-d- The Literary Societies met on Friday night, and while students who graduated last spring were missed, the attendance was large and tho programs wero well carried out. Tho first Saturday was marked by a reception id the .men's dormitories. Though tho time for preparation was short the dormitories were in good condition and the occasion highly en- -, Joyed. In rearsons Hall there was a briof and bright literary program. Tho new arrangement of divided chapel Sunday night has not bceu thoroughly understood by citizens. Ilrothcr Roberta preached In the Upiier Clin io I to tho College students and tho advanced members of tho Normal and Academy Departments, his subjoct being "What It means to bo a Christian." l'ror. Italno preached on "Tho Call of Abraham" In the Main Chapel, which was fairly full except tho sldo galleries, the citizens entirely filling the west banks of seats. New students and others were much entertained by a number of moving CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE picture exhibits, Tuesday and Wednes day nights. The work squads, under the vigilant generalship of Dean Maruh, havo started out vigorously, aud it seems certain that a good deal of money will bo earned by the students who wero hero to get tho first positions for manual tabor. Tho first Monday lectures of tho term were delivered in the Upper Chapel by Dr. Thomson, on "Language and Thought," and in the Main Chapel by President Frost, on "The Uso of Time." This locture was made unusually striking by the exhibition hour clock on which of a twenty-fou- r tho successivo duties of a student's day wero "pictured In different colors. The new rooms and equipments for Science are highly satisfactory, tho Is tho basement room for physics not yet qulto ready for occupancy. gymnastic teachers Well qualified for both men and women havo been employed, and their work will begin as soon as tho present .hot weather "lets up." Tho new equipments In tho Boarding Hall aro greatly enjoyed, and tho Acadomy dining room starts out with brilliant prospects. Correspondence indicates that a largo number of students are sttU on their way of plan io bo hero early In tho torm. IT PAID SAM THE ILIGHT OF SELFISHNESS I" "Why, Dr.- "Doctor, let me introduce you to my brother, John." about whom I have been telling you, "John, this is Dr. and about whom there has been bo much in the papers of late." "I am very glad to meet you, Doctor, and I want to commend you for the great work you are 'doing. Indeed, I think there is no one that is putting the Btate so greatly in his debt." Now wo knew the Doctor, and were walking with him when the above dialogue occurred. Of course, we hardly need to say that he was not a Doctor in reality. That is only the name that we give him But we, too, were crediting him with doing a great for convenience. worV until, a few momenta later, becoming confidential, he gave himself away. "Do you know, I don't care a blamed thing for this whole business What do I care for Kentucky ? It is only a meat and bread problem with me meat and bread after a while. There isn't much tho adverin it now. I am doing this work solely for the notoriety tising it gives me, and I am getting it. I have worked the thing pretty well. I am getting offers already from other states, and I shall Boon leave this job." What an alarming confession! We soon separated from the "Doctor," and there was a feeling that it would not be a cause of grief never to meet him again. And then we began to muse: How far are the actions of men and women controlled by selfishness? The politician offers himself for office because he is burning with a desire to serve hia county, his district, his state his fellow men. Does he, or is it bread and meat, graft, advertisement of self that he Books? The teacher is it meat and bread, a stepping stone with him? The minister, the missionary is it the name and fame the better church, the fearof punishment, the hope of reward that impels? But surely tbo soldier will escape. There can be no selfishuess in the unknown grave. Maybe not, and yet the ambitious might be willing io risk the unknown grave, The blight of selfishness how far reaching it i"b ono may never -- Judge O'Rear spoke in London, This Monday, to a large audience. was tho beginning of his campaign in the mountain district. After his to spoech ho went on horse-bac- k Manchester where he was to address the voters, Tuesday. The London meeting meant more than a mere gathering of the voters to hear a political speech. It was a meeting of the leaders to perfect an organization for the remainder of the campaign. Langloy, Powers and Edwards wero present and It was agreed to open headquarters for tho mountains at Barbourville. An nouncement was also made that Brad ley would make bis first speech in the campaign at Ashland, Sept. 27th. It la expected that tho mountains will give O'Rear from 30,000 to 35,- "000 majority. ELLIS CONVICTED James Ellis was convicted in the Pulaski Circuit Court for the murder of Magistrate A. J. Beatty at Burnsldo some weeks ago, and sentenced to death. Fount Helton who was Indicted along with Ellis will probably be tried also at this term of tho court. Ellis and Helton are also charged with the murder of Constable W. F. Heath at the same time. GIFT TO STATE UNIVERSITY Tho Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky, last Saturday, decided to accept the gift from tho Peabody Fund of 40,000, on tho condition demanded by tho directors of the fund that not only the Income bo used to advance the department of education of tho University, but that an additional sum from tho revenues of tho board, which would make tho entire expenditure for that purpose $10,000 per year, be appropriated. CROPS NOT SO BAD CANADA VOTES TODAY Aftor weeks of campaigning and speech making, the vote which shall decide whether the reciprocity agreement over which our Congress fought so long will be adopted by the Canadians Is being taken today. Sir Wilfrid Laurler, tho Premier, like President Taft, has been the chief advocate of the measure, and the Indications are that tho liberal majority will bo sufficient to make tho pass-ag- o of the agreement an easy mat- y ter In the new parliament. FIGHTING FOR HIS POLICIES President Taft has entered 'strenuously upon his "great campaign a fifteen thousand mile trip through the west the purpose of which Is to create public sentiment In favor of his policies. He has already madi a number of 'speeches. The first cf importance at the state fair In New York, the next before the Chamber of Commerce, Detroit The New York being a speech was plea for better farming methods, con servation, etc. At Detroit he launched Into a defense of the Sherman Anti-trulaw and the trust decisions of tho Supreme Court, answering tho court's crltlcs'as well as his own and declaring against any revision of the law. In ono of tho speeches he also pled for the adoplton of the arbitration treaties by tho Senate, and suggested a concession to the Senate which may be valuable In securing their support- WILEY VINDICATED ' know) Notoriety, self advertisement for mercenary reasons; not work FIRST PAGE Editorials. News of Week. In Our Own Stato. Fall Terra a Boomer. It Paid Sam. SECOND PAGE. Stato News. Temperance Notes. THIRD PAOB Tho Dairy. General News. for the love of It, for the good of it; not the hand of relief for pity's Sam was brought up in the country; sake; not helpfulness moved by a tenderness of heart. means ho was brought up to that Let every one examine his own heart first and then cry out for work. Not a bad thing for Sam the rocks and the mountains to fall upon him if the "Doctor's" coneither, Dut his father would drink fession expresses his own guilt. and that was not a good .thing for Sam, as his father kopt him at work when ho should have been at school. Sam never forgot that there was good, good to his mother, good to all. However, his father taught him much that ho needed to know. So. at Ho did not havo much money but years of ago ho came to ho had some, enough to carry him thru tho carpenter's trade, and at twenty twenty-on- e Sam hod built a very respectable school. Strong, hearty, tipping th two years by working around the house and was caring for his mother scales at 175 pounds. Sam was good school, out of school hours, Satur- Coatlnucd oa Ut page. to look upon. Best of all ho was after bis father's death. The favorablo weather of tho last month has led to a revision of the crop estimate for Kentucky. It was reported before tho breaking up of tho drought that the crops would be cut short 60 per cent. But It is believed now that they will be at least 1 as good as last year and they may be even better than that. STATE FAIR A SUCCESS Notwithstanding tho rain during the week, tho State Fair closed Saturday evening with tho Secretary declaring that the attendance had been (Continued on tlgblh Tag) 3-- Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, pure food ex pert of tho Bureau of Chemistry in the Department of Agriculture, who was recommended for dismissal by after reviewing tho Attorney-Genercommittee of tho tho action of-tDepartment, was exonerated by President Taft in a letter to the Department Just before he began his western tour. Tho President has no word of criticism for Dr. Wiley but much of pralso tor his stand against the food adulterators. A sentence In his letter on the other hand Is ominous for tho Department as It indicates as tho result of Investigations now In progress that there mar be a complete reorganization. It Is thought that Secrotary Wilson himself will have to step down and out. al he INSURGENT LEADER DEAD Markets. FOURTH PAQB FIFTH PAOB Tribute to Mr. Dliney. Sunday School Convention. Dig Lot Sale, 8tudents' Manual. A Breathitt Product. SIXTH PAOB Judge O'Rear's Hartford Address. SEVENTH PAOB MILLINERY FALL OPENING Friday and Saturday, September 22 - 23" CesUaaed Story. ' Sunday School Lesson. EIOHTH PAOB Hatters Kentucky News. Vital Statistics. IMPO RTS OF OOTTO N It seems strange to boo tbo greatest cotton produclug country of the .world bringing raw cotton halt way around tho globe and Importing it for use In her own manufacturing Industries. It la novcrtheless a fact that tho United States, which s practically of the world's eotton, Imported during the last fiscal year 1910 and 19U two-third- pro-duc- es WELCH'S "and Save the Difference" pounds, valued at 124,770,330. Representative Madison of Kansas, ono of the strongest personalities among tbo Insurgents who figured tn the last two sessions of Congress, died suddenly at his home at Dodge City, Kan., the 18th. Ho was stricken with heart failure at breakfast and dlod without being able to speak. It will bo remembered that ho figured prominently In the Balllnger case, having voted with the Democrats to Unseat the Secretary. At the time of his death he was preparing to meet President Taft on bis western tour. RUSSIAN PREMIER BHOT Premier Stolypln was shot by an assassin, Thursday night, tho 14th, while In company with the Csar and a gala many nobles attending performance at a theatre. Tho deed was an unusually treacherous one, since the assassin bad gained entrance on tho pretext of frloudshlp, declaring that it was his purpose to protect the Premier Inasmuch as ho knew personally many of those from whom mischief might be expected. For a few days It was thought the Premier would live, but peritonitis set in and IContlawd ou tlf hth Vtl THE CITIZEN UfUmhtr 21, 1911 The Citizen A family newspaper for all that la right O N BRIGADE MINISTERIAL APPOINTMENTS Episcopal Mln NEW Location of Methodist M BRUCE IS OPINED TO TRAFFIC Stream on the Entire lubllhcd every Thursday a (Incorporated) Ben. Ky, REUNION latere In Eattern Kentucky for the Coming Year. The Highest Structure Which Spans a Navigable American Continent. Anderson Brass banda mil a.Miiia tnnta Hardin Helm, widow of a hero of U. W. Howes; Palntsville,. O. J. Can have failed to draw worshipers to a thlckamauga, and two daughters alsolder; Pikevllle, D. Wendle Brown; Chicago church. Why not try rt I wcre bonored suests, as well as Adjt FikeTlIIe circuit, E. F. Burnsldes; uen. i i Johnston and uen. w. j. iticnarason, tu k. Hmitn; nusseii, J, IlrJonT Stone, of Mayncld, commander of the I a. Lewis; Russell circuit, J. A. Wll Hams; Salt Lick. George C. Mlddaugh; We mm by the capers that a airl la Second Kentucky brigade. Long Branch dancad herself to death. I CoL Osborne read the names of the I Saylcravllle, Thomas M. Greene; She. bad probably remarked: --I could I memhers who had been taken away I Toiiesooro, n. u. cooper; vanceburg. by death since the 1910 reunion at W. G. Bradford; Vanceburg circuit, W, Just die walUlngl- rTanklln. There were 35 who did not H. Morris; Walllngford, W. H. Mun Isey; Van Lears. W. M. Walker. A maa la Cincinnati offers to sell I answer the roll calL Louisville District P. L. Creech. To Write War History. himself to the highest bidder, thereby Arlington, placing himself on a level with Eu At Col. Osborne's suggestion Gen. I District Superintendent ropean nobility. Buckner was requested to write a his-- 1 Chas. Mitchell; Beaver Dam, R. T. tory of tho civil war, of which. It was I Harper; Bowling Green, Ben Helm; Speaking oaee again of the flight of 'aid, ho knew more than any ljvlng Bowling Green circuit, supplied by R. . Huntsman; Deer Lick, N. Q. Guile; An Invitation was extended time, is there anything that flies more the bricade to hold Its next meeting Earllngton Q. W Dame; Grayhamp- slowly than the week Immediately at Bardstown, but the selection of I ton, J, T. McCoy; Hardlnaburg, E. L. following your vacation? time and place was referred to tbeShepard; Hickory Grove, J. B. Jones; I Leltchneld, W. R. Hunt; Louisville, J. There a one born every minute. A executive committee. Elections of the various brigades W.Cantrell; Louisville, Trinity, George aeveland girl complains to the police were held and Gen. Rogers was chosen I McAdams; Louisville, Wesley, P. T. tnat she was persuaded to hand to head the First brigade; Gen. George Kelly; Marlon circuit, Thos. Walters; gypsy fortune teller f 1S8. IB. Taylor, of Nlcholasvllle, was elect- - Morgantown, W. M. Ragdn; Munford I "The forehead - says Lillian Russell, ed commander of the Fourth, and Gen. t Tllle. Lloyd Logs ton; No Creek, Ell -snooid not be too high." Great Scott! I. P. Barnard, of Louisville, was re- - Wesley; Outon. I. N. Rcld; Owcns- Are they going to awltch the forehead I elected commander ot the Third I horo, D. P. Hoitsclaw; Paducah, I. N. brigade. Gen. Stone commander of I Reid; Pattons Creek, A. G. Mullln; about like the waist line? the Second brigade, announced that I 8acxamento, John Rich; Scottsvllle, S. . If " ,uo a I wu' a neiu at aiaynem. I - t.u.a. T uip 1. mv lt m c There Is nothlnr new i ih- ar ion; vino urove circuit, j. n. r;raDry; Bnnual meeting. the lha, human .nr. a Zion circuit, S. B. Wardrip. u nas onen Deen used as a DATE OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSO- costume by our classical dancers. BOTTLERS HEAR ADDRESS ON CIATION MEETING 1 Newport. At tho session of th DURING PAST YEAR DEATH HA8 Kentucky State M. K. conference hero REMOVED THIRTY-FIVOLD Olshop Mooro mmlo tho following ap 4. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. pointments of ministers: SOLDIERS. Covington District J, 0. Dover, Subscription Rates Dcllevue, District Superintendent; As rAYABLB IN ADVANCE. GEN, BUCKNER MAKES ADDRESS bury and Southgnte, On rear ,.tl.M J. P. Hopkins Blx Months M Augusta, A. P, Kelts; Dcllevue, 0. O, a tiro Month! ar i Colleges and Schools Open Poultry Hagan; California and Eggleston, Wal ' "augnn; uovington, .Main street e tend money by Building Appropriation Will Be Ask- or Express Money Order, Draft, Itftfatered Letter, or ed of Leolslature Tax Funds Reach church, a. N. Jolly; Shlnklo church, em and two cent Stamps. u- Mosncr; Trinity church, uanici Mark. The rtite after your nam en Vibol hows to wh.lt date your ubocrlptton li Onstntt; Union church, O. W. Dunton paid. If it Is not dhtocwl wtlhta three Covington, Rngan; Day weeaii after renewal notlfr ua. . a 1 '",v' "u,u .t,.n iK " a v I WestI..I.L rit. . J. 0. at-- .. IUsMs numbers will be gladly supplied Oi ' the Orphan brigade, famed for their V tf jws are notlncd. Conroy; Uenport; roster. T. V, A FkM DfnmluRU ehean. mii nrm services In tho civil war. gathered at B fertpUOfu and prompt renewals. Send for tho Confederate homo at Pewco Val- - V V ..... ' U rnraun terms Irtrm to any on who ob- Icy for tho 28th annual reunion of tho iohn ?,nd J',M" Ky Ldbeisl uh. tain pew shacrtptione for ui. Any on hrtPnrt nn,i th m.tin f th. w.n. Porter; Harrison, J. R. Hones; Headendint us four yearly stfbserlpUons can tucky division. Ludlow, 11. M; Cra,,1,rc: United Confederate I W. Dun ton; reoelTe 01m Cltlxen fm for himself fot It. Overly; .. , as year. Mt- - 0''Tct' N- Asyertlstng- rates on appMoattony 0Un: Newport. 200 the Ornhnn 0. SChalblyj SardlS. B. D. Hill. In hrlnrto mmW.-l,- n " I i ' aiMi(AH Ainnin nf. mmKR and speech tho spirit of tho confed- District Superintendent, Darbourvllle, Conspicuous among the old soldiers "f," Barbour- P. W. Harrop; Simon Dollrar Duckncr, 89 years of age, former governor of Ken vllle circuit, P. M. Lanham and W. T. tucky, and organlxer of the Orphan Hayne; Daxtcr (to be supplied); Deth el Ridge, Charles Moore; Boontllle, brigade CO years ago. E. E. Young and R. T. Moore; Burning Honored Quests-AMOCIATXOIf. SfHlULU PRBM College Hill, Col. Otbo llaydcn, of Franklin, Springs, Harrey Johnson; Many a ec an boasts that be la "self- - Simpson county, who fought at the S. P. Kelly; Carbon, W. C. Stewart; Gradyvllle, L. P. C. P. made-- when to do his best aide of Oen. Haldeman during the war. Stump; Harlan, S. M. rVriTr- - Holly , I..(nnrti ihn . nH w.. .v.-.- .. Kings Moun guest of his old comrade. Mrs. Ben "J11 bl DUlard Couch; Lexington, J. M, About the only strings on the human Mclear; London, John Cheap; Mid kltos are the pull of gravity and the dlesboro, J. T. Martin; Mlddleburg. J. rules of the aviation meet. B. Perryman; Monica and Breathitt, Joseph Helronymous; Nlcholaavillc, L. The new way of proposing Is tbls: "1 R. Godbcy; Riley. C. R. Davidson; Sci don't tike your last name." If the girl enco Hill, Madison Combs; Somerset, agrees to this it la all settled. A. If. Davis; Wayne, .Martin Shelley; West Bend, Harvey Parsons; West American men should prevent wom London, Geo. Earley; Williamsburg, J. en from entering business life, says a T. Thockerr Woodbine, A. K. Perkins; doctor. Just let them try ttl Oil Center, J. H. Bell; Plnevllle, A. S. Godbey, A highbrow tells cs that there Is poAshland District J. M. Ackman, etry in a bean. But the chunk of pork District Superintendent, Ashland, Ky, that goes with It Is quite prosy. Ashland, J. D. McCIay; Ashland, Sec ond church, J. D. Hitchcock; Blaine, Eating corn on the cob may not be ' sbsbsbsbBHbbsbsbsbsbsbH supplied by J. H. Howes; Catlcttsburg, tbo most dignified pastime In the O. O. Ragan; sbsbsbsbF 'SSBSBSBSBSBSBSbI East Point. A. Wade world, but, by crlmlny, it's real sportl Rowc; Elkborn City, S. A. Steclo; Pul lerton, Cyrus Riffle; Grayson, If. C. . Big liners and tall skyscrapers are Snapp; Grconup, C. B. Pluramer; Inez, soon outdone,, and then they fall back W. W. Cooper; Jenkins, C. H. Caswell; and are forgotten in the rank and Louisa, Thomas Hanford; Louisa cir flle. GEN. S. B. BUCKNER. cult, Harvey; Olive Jones, Poet-oflloHigh-Wat- BEREA PUBLISHING CO. E5H OUTPUT OF BEER ON DECLINE Vienna Journal Estimates Decrease at Nearly Million and Half Hectolitres Important Data. The world's output ot beor during the year 1909 amounted, according to tho estimates annually compiled by a Vienna Journal, to 300,892,000 hectoli- T.,i.rin, n-,-,' 1 v v ri. " ,., A"1 vet-ra- n-. of rvlrt . .nnj "" T ..nl T t "a,u' The New High Bridge Across the Kentucky Klver. Danville. High bridge, which spans tbo Kentucky river on tho Queen & Crescent route, was thoroughly tested out last week and formally opened to traffic. It Is tho highest bridge span ning a navigable stream on the Amer ican continent and Is said to be the most raasilve structure of Its length ht rrri. American skill and genius. From the top ot tho rails of tho new bridge lo tho water In the river below the dis tance is 320 fecL In laying the double (rack across tl brldgo 140,000 pounds of steel rails and 2,000 cross ties were used, tho span being 1,223 feet la length. Plctur PPf tres, as against 304,330,000 In 1908 a decrease of nearly three and a half millions. The hectolitre equals 22 galons, so that, stated In Bngllsh measure, the 1909 output was rather more than 183,000,000 barrels. When this total cornea to be divided araonr tbe different nations, America Is credited with the largest output namely, 101,000,000 one-thihectolitres, of the whole America being; taken to Include the whole continent of North and South America. The. output ot the United States alone Is under 70,000,000 hectolitres. The figures for the German empire are hectolitres, and therefore, occupy first place. The United Kingdom comes third on the list, with 55,887,000 hectolitres. No other country approaches these three. The rourth Is taken by Austria-Hungarwith 22.009.000 hectolitres. Behrlutn coming fifth with 16.485.000. and France taking sixth plsee with 11.228.- 000 hectolitres. Russia's output Is estimated at 8,000,000, Sweden's at 3.- or-o- ver rd y 160,000, Picturesque Scene Where Dlx River Empties Into ths Kentucky Just Nortl of High Bridge. and breadth known to the civilized world. The sustaining capacity Is 7,200 tons. In tho erection of the wonderful span more than two million and two hundred thousand rivets were required. Over two years were spent In the manufacture ot tho various gTeat steel sections that were combined to produce this marvelous product of TYPICAL WELCOME FOR SPEAKER Out When He Place of His Birth. CLARK. Visited esqne Kentucky river, with Its towei Ing cliffs, lifting themselves more than three hundred feet above the water lino, are In full view from the train while passing over the bridge. Thd old bridge, which has attracted sight seers ot all nations, is thirty feet be low the new one and will be ton. down at once. It la just at massive as the new structure. one-fift- h LOST A HAND. Boy Badly Injured By Explosion of t. Bomb at the Stats Fair. Pn. Lalchstrinf 1S aa T h. wi. " SET. iuq in n wvar B QfBU bird on on'. hn. in m- .- i w. the milliners may be depended upon to concoct something ,ust a. cosUy. I T "u1..i.-iX. i .1 111 - n8 ... mmwinter meeting f . . PURE FOOD LAWS. A T." Members of State Association Also Decembe'; ,28,aud 29' th,a Attend Fair. . 'o uvviuvu usvu at ( . J LUU1UIIIILU. .."C Chinese authorities - nave snent II. qi.aiu - .n. - a . -- . Louisville. Although the Kentucky uwnw it oiuuv;,w r.. Siou.ooo m furnishing a class room I , k sint. nniiim1 Muviminn h Im.'- ?..'raf.!ro' l,,u, Pf?- - to.sendouttboofflclalcalltothomem - ucrshlp of only two score, tho open lcluun.. loorimie oen of the association. Those who I luR session of tho ... annual convention ,U . a a w.s t S.J me meeting OI me commit awlil. lul luo urKainzuiiuu wub uiicnut'U vy fai-1.1 f I .m an n IT. rn llm.A n,tA TT lf aA I i tMf h,Cr I n.T t- 'f ...L..... . . 14 u i uiiL-ime- JJ At- T 1u. Zl wlviS It Thi. 1.-- ,, wverallmow mCn m" more ' ,e.8t n,k' 3oh Shelby vllle; ti, o J. G. AlcocU. Jeffer-flh- o delegates and Invited them to John B. Ir" 0a,ne8- - BowllnK Qreen. Stearns, Nlcholusvllle. and Nevertheless, we refuse to believe CORNER STONE LAID. that the man who wont over Niagara raus in a carrel could drop 1,000 feet L. Pi "J? a.nd efcape de"tn' the Mt. Sterling public building was noted by tno Tho manufacturers. "v i.m on Thursday. Sentemhor 9i with money will be used to defray the ox " oarrei. nnnmnrlHtn pTArplaa, Th. i.n.nHiH I liAnaei nf thn rnnvpnlfnn nml fnr tlin r .iiiii iu a fnrlliornnrn' nf lh imrtwiiAi nf (ha nm. uicsco newSDSDar lnHcra tin I rVa.fn f tl, 1?,Temak,D8 Mr. Robert R. Burnam, state grand soclatlon. mm t,.. it m h. T1".VS dMCrlb- - master, of Richmond, laid, tho stone. uuve"l The principal address wns delivered Somerset, After deliberating for rf..77it.. It as 7. should be. by Congressman John W, Langley. three houra the Jury vhlch has been who Is credited with the erection of trying James Ellis, charged with the A New York woman thinks she Is the building. murder of Magistrate A. J, Beatty, re 10 sous me servant problem by going turned a vordlct of kuIHv In (he first Importing Filipino girls. Probably sli Louisville.- -J. S. Woods, president degree and fixed ot tho will And before long that she has or the defunct Franklin bank, Died suit I prisoner at death. merely added another side lo It against William M. Duffy, attorney for Ellis was also charged with the mur ine depositor who caused Woods' ar- - der of Constable W. P. Heath. The A shoe merchant tells us that vnm rest, asking $25,000 damage of the law- - shooting took place In the court room becoolli Jer and alleging libel, f.n,'!..'ei, ".i. brulnf at Burnslde- uq is inisiea oy the v.. i u.iui7 me. uiBi women Dave devalnnert Shelbyvllle. Ferguson. Tom Pulley, a farmer. Rev, Dr. Frank M. rnuusn urains to ouy shoes that fit Thomas, presiding elder of the Louis- - was loading a pistol when vllle district ot tbe M. E. church, It was accidentally discharged, the bull In the war against the fly the raos daughter In qulto hopes to etcspo unnoticed. Hut uouin, uourered tbe address at the I striking nis success In the extermination of the opening of tho 87th annual session of the right shoulder and coming out un Science Hill. derneath tbe breast bone. Tbo child iuw win Biifuuiaie ids flgbt against I The boarding department ot the Is not expected to recover. tha nfhr an , l .11. . 7 , Whcb tea to CO, I. full a anil and the attendance nf day ihipIIs Carlisle. Fire, originating from a clpated safety. larger than for several years. defective kitchen flue, completely destroyed tbe residence ot D. M. Plum- A legitimate outlet has at length Loulaville. Sam McMeekln, who mer, a leading business man here, to- been found for the surplus vscatloa won wergy or me small toy. J j( fly, race tbe Ohio championship half-mil- Ken-loo- I gether with .almost all ot bis house- goous. Tie loss is partially cov- .V. "l. tne state- fair, won the wattlM. and the commond. luCK cnampionsuip. Time 61 seconds, erea uy insursnce. Juhbs elicit ar. 4Suw7mi?iA -T r rr".af f ' Dr. Vernon Roberta delivered an ad- dress on the Importance ot keeping bottles clean, and on pure food laws. Tho sum of about ICOO was realized uy too auctioning ore 01 a large qunn ...... 1 I ir. e 1 "T- Loulsvlllcr-Th- e first serious-acc- l dent to mar state fair week occurred when George, 10, son of W. J. Harga don, an engineer, was probably fatally Injured by the explosion ot a dynamite bomb, which he and a- - comsalon had taken only a short time before front the steTeaeuee of the company which held the contract for the fireworks dls ENGLISH WATER WAGON NEAR play at the fair. The boy held the bomb In his right Consumption of Wet Goods Shows Re- mark-amDecline Gratifying to hand, which was frightfully mangled Temperance Lovers, and had to be amputated. His right leg was fractured In three places and The statistics of beer and mirii con he was terribly bruised all over tin sumption .contained In tha latest an. body. The lad became- - unconscious, bu nual report of the customa and excise must be gratifying revived, exhibiting sameness, which eommlsslonera hospital attendanta say outstripped reading to lovers of temperance. Although dnrlnr 1Sna.in lb.niiiiim.11.1, anything tbey ever witnessed. The accident happened on the race of beer was only 412000 barrels less track, and was witnessed by thousand man in tne previous year a decline of approximately 1W per cent. 11 who wero watching the fireworks. makes a total decrease of 3.663.000 barrels In tbe last dwsdt. WANTS POULTRY BUILDING AT of which shows a fall In tha Der ran. THE STATE FAIR. Ita consumDtlon. For glasses of beer drunK by John Bull In Kentucky Association Decides to Ap 1900-0ho consumed only forlv-on- . peal to Legislature Tor Aplast year. HON CHAMP CLARK. propriation. Tho annual drop in' the consumntinn an absenco ot 35 years, and tbe larg Loulsvlllo, Officers wero elected at of sptrlta Is much more remarkable, est and most representative crowd amounting In 1909-1to aa nmrh ne ever sees in tins section greeted him a meeting ot the Kentucky Poultry as- 33 per one glass sociation, hold at the state fair three. In cent ten years out of every with true Kentucky hospitality. the the quantity One hundred ot bis former pupils grounds and It was voted that tbe or ot spirits drunk at home has fallen' acted as an escort of honor In tbe pa ganlzatlon request tho legislature al from 45.402,600 to 26,008,200 gallons, a rade from the city to the fair grounds. rtho next ksesiIon for an appropriation decline of 43 per cenL; while tbo conwhere the exercises were held. tor tne construction or a permanent sumption per head had fallen over 47 poultry building at the grounds. An per cent. one glass of spirits In appropriation for a poultry department MULES BRING OOOD PRICES. approximately taking the place ol at tho stato agricultural college also two In 1900-01- . Carlisle. Tho mule market has will be asked. The officers chosen nro as follows: been brisker than In years. Hundreds Effects of Education. were offered and tho larger part of President, Roger V. Haup, of Lexing An encamnment of citizen miiii.r. them changed hands at prices rang ton; vice president, Harris Lehman, ol n ing from $50 tq $100 a head for com Midway; secretary, P. M. Shy.: 0I was recently held-l- n Wales ing yearllugs. Several turge pur Louisville; treasurer, Mrs. II. F. Jack- close tho following encouraging report was made: "Not a aineii.a chases were made for Pennsylvania son, of Eminence. An executive committee, conslstlnK ot drunkenness was reported, not a buyers at prices ranging about $100 ot one inomber from each appellate single roan was brought before the per head. officers, and not a single man was aistrict in the state, was appointed. Augusta. W. J- - Boughner, 76, farm The resignation of former Secretary seen to be under tbe Influence ot er was badly injured by an infuriated John H. Good, who has moved from drink. It is notable also that, judging by tbe proportion ot men who pre- Louisville to Chicago, was accepted. bull, . ... a erreu to aoe supplied 'with mineral wsters to beer or other latnxlcante nt RAT SAVED WOMAN'S LIFE. BUYS COUNTY FARM. meals, more than 60 per cent of the Georgetown. uertaialy the Williamsburg. After a two days' Mrs. J. N. Walladi men are BDsiainors." session tho fiscal court decided to buy has come to the conclusion that no education of the Deonle revmu-Hni- r a farm, to be used as a home for the matter what piay be fashion's edicts, tbe Injurious effects ot aleohol Is beginning to tell. dependent poor, and baa closed a deal she, will never discard the hair rat. While riding to town tho horse be for tbe .purchase of 100 acres ot land one mile soulh ot town from Wllllsm came frightened. Mrs. Wallace jumpStop Whisky Business. Smith. The price la $0,000, which In ed out, falling on her head. With thg Edison, the great Inventor. rat's protection she received n scalp 'Art will be Increased and distributed cludes crops and tennis, wouna insteaa or a iractured skull. aa we emerge mere and mere from ALL OFFICERS. tbe dog state. Society will have n Lexington. The board ot directors Hazard. A large number ot the cit stop this whisky buslsess. which Is ot the Lexington Union Station Co. re- izens of this place met In mass meet' like throwing sand in the besrlnjs ol lag and formed a law and order league. elected all officers. seaia engine." Lawrenceburg. Arrangements were perfect for the reception and enter tainment of the Hon. Champ Clark, Anderson county's distinguished son, g This was his first after home-comin- about 2.400,000, Canada about 1,148.-90and Natal and Cape Colony together about 138,000 hectolitres. The last named Is Just hslf the quantity now brewed In Japan. . The number of broweriesMs sreatest In Germsny (14.870). the United Kingdom possessing 4,6(2, Belgium llrance 2,77, Austria-Hungar- y Denmark 387. Sweden 222, Norway 43, Holland, 462. Switzerland. 160. Russia, 320, and the United States about 2,000. In Germany, Bavaria takes first place In regard to consumption pr head of the population. men stands at 283 litres, thoush Baliberg is a good second with 231 II- tree. Belgium stands third with 223. tbe United Kingdom following with 133. Denmark with 106. the United States, with about 80. Sweden with 61 and Franco with 36 litres. These facts Indicating the sower and extent of the world traffic In beer furnish Important data for atudy by temperance reformers and students ot economics everywhere, but may by bo means be regarded as ground for dta- sourageraent In the world-wide- , campaign against the liquor evil since the whole trend of modern times among in nations is set steadfast and overwhelmingly against the tide of in- temperance. 9, 9, and Holland's at 1.508,000 hectolitres. Italy. Norway. Spain, Roumanla, Bulgaria; Greece. Servla and Portugal among European countries follow In tbe order named with quantltlea ranging from 460.000 down to 24,000 hectolitres. Australia and New Zealand together produced 2,510.000. 0, erland st Denmark. 2.790.000. Bwlts- - e 1 0 S 1909-191- 0 a IM Sepleaber 21, 1911 VALUE THE CITIZEN OF PURE-SRED Page Three KILLS TEN PERSONS SlRES Hflk H Hsk" sB Pref.' E. H. Fraser of Illinois Experi ment Station Explains This Feature of Dairying. SENATOR .CARTER'S CAREER IS ENDED AUTO BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL DEPARTMENT OF BEREA COLLEGE (The hand-bill- Accident to Motor Boat Dixie Bring Death to Boy. HANDY ANTI-KICKIN- Q DEVICE Cow't Las Strapptd to Strong Stick Wilt Keep Animal Quilt While filing Milked. device shown in In breaking one the use ot tha the cut wo succeeded of our cows o( the while being milked, Iljr habit ot kicking says a writer In g Device. the Homestead. We put a strap through each end of a strong stick and buckled this around the cow's leg Just before mtlklsg. DAIRY RECORDS ARE IT5FUL They Serve as Tab on Mllkere and Make Excellent Barometer of Cow's Con-Htlo- The valiie ot a good bull In tbe dairy herd Is something that dairy farmers aro now giving more attention to. Prof. K. II, Fraser of tbe Illinois experiment-statldt- i has roado this feature ot farm dairying a study, and Its benefits in this way: "If, for example, the good pure-bresire Im proves the milking capacity ot his t daughters by only one and pounds of milk at a milking; above the production of their dams, this would moan an Increase ot 800 pounds ot milk for the ten months or 300 days during which tba ordinary cows should give milk; they would also be much more persistent milkers; that la, would give milk for a longer time In tbe year. and would regain their flow ot milk better after an unavoidable shortage of feed aa In a summer drought Such daughters may certainly be credited on the average with 1,000 pound more) milk per year than their dams produced. At,the low estimate of one dollar per 100 pounds this extra amount of milk would be worth f 10 per year. The average cow la a good producer for at leaat six years, or until she gets eight years old. Bach daughter having. a pure-breaire will, therefore, earn 160 more monar In her lifetime be cause of the good qualities ot her aire. It will on the average be four' years after purchasing the aire before his first daaghters will have finished their first laetatloa period and brought In the first extra 10. Eight dollars and twenty-threcents kept at compound Interest tor these four years at fivo per cent wtU equal ftO, so a daughter's Improvement or Increase oc income the first year U worth 8.xJ at the time her aire Is purchased." d one-hald e Buffalo. Dixie IV Frederick K, Bumham's speedy hydroplane, which defended the Hannsworth cup at SUCCUMBED TO LUNG TROUBLES Huntington, L. I., and Won tha cham AFTER COMBATTINQ IT FOR pionship ot the United States, ties a MONTHS. wreck on a narrow ridge of rock tho Niagara river and Brio ca SERVED HIS NATION MANY WAYS nal. Tho Dixie was leading In a race for the Great Lakes championship, and Montana Sent Him as Her First Rep was speeding at the rate ot 39 miles resentative was an ADie executive an hour when tho accident occurred. Had Places on Many Comand Something went wrong with her steermissions. ing gear. She careened tor a moment, then headed directly for shore. Washington. Former United States boy, Harold Bell, a thirteen-year-olSenator Thomas Henry Carter, of sustained a fractured skull and will Montana, for many years a notable die. and picturesque character In national politics, once chairman ot the RepubPAYMASTER KILLED. lican national committee, 'and since year chairman ot the American last Highwayman Failed to Capture the $5,060. Gtkes is a tp edcaea of ear work.) lettcr-head- curds, reportr, s'crmons, aud Prints bocks in the best manner, and at lowest prices, students, Your patronage is asked to help and to insure your Retting your money's worth. Call at the office, or send orders by mail. You will get - Terms cash. Address BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL, Berea, Ky. HOUSES TO RENT - ln'the Buggy. To those who have children to educate and wish to reside in Berea for a longer or shorter time to enjoy its educational advantages, the College has a number of houses, large and small, some of them partly furnished, to rent on reasonable' terms. Address asaaaaaaawBBBjRejlrgessflLeaaaasssh T tTyBJvT Pittsburg, Pa. A highwayman In- Btantlykllled David Steen, paymaster of the Steen Coal Co. Steen, accompanied by his father, William J., owner of the mines, was driving to Rosevale to pay off the minors. He had J 5,000 In a bag under tho seat ot the buggy and both were well armed. Father Identifies Suspect. The first reports of the hold-uand murder had It that the highwayman had sucoeded In getting 15,000 In the possession of the .Steens, but this Is denied. Two Italians were arrested on suspicion Jn connection with the shoot ing and ono was Identified by the fa ther as tho man who shot his son. p THE COLLEGE TREASURER., Berea, Ky. THE BEREA HOSPITAL NURSE. TRAINING SCHOOL OF BEREA COLLEGE Has best operating room and all modern appliances for earn of a limited number of patients. Hospital treatment greatly increases prospects of recovery. Rates One Dollar a day and up. Bond for prompt payment required. For further particulars address BHfrftkLvBBBBauPI CHICAGO WIND-SWEP- n. THE HOSPITAL, Berea, Ky. JERSEY COW'S "GOOD (Br J. BAILKT BRUCE.) Accurate records of each cow's milk Pedro's Estella, Bred by Mlseeurl Ag yield enables us to weed out the herd ricultural College, Produces and retain only the money-makerMuoh Butter. They serve as a tab on the milkers. It the cows are not milked clean the (By O. If. ECKt.ES.) Poor milking by fact Is discovered. This Jerser cow, Pedro's Estella hired help Is discouraged and the dry- lfiTHS hrort br (ha Missouri ing off from Imperfect milking re- Agricultural college. Her record tor duced to a minimum. The cow's dally record Is an excellent barometer of her physical condition. Derangements are more quickly discovered and checked and better methods of feeding are encouraged. Iloth owners and help are stimulated to increase the product and'. It educates them In the matter or dairy economy. They Induce better business In tho management ot the business. A place where business methods have been too long Ignored. They aerrevas an excellent guldo In be raised to., replace the cows we annually discard from the herd. selectlsg'hltars that are to CONVENIENT TRUCK IN BARN Caey of Construction and Will Laseen Dairyman's Labors to a Consid- erable Extent. No dairyman can afford to Ignore that which will lighten his labor In any way whatever. De bis stable ever o conveniently constructed, be has A Convenient Barn Truck. enough to do. Honce the Importance of his considering the truck or car presented in the cut, for which we are Indebted to an exchange. Made of good lumber, tho only iron about it Is tho handle at each end by which to draw or push It, and the straps which aro screwed against the ends, engage the ends of the axlo outside the wheels and are screwed flat agatnsth the bot torn ot the truck. section ot the International commission, died ot Infection of the lungs. He was 67 years old. Mr. Carter had a remarkable career. It extended over 22 years of congressional nnd official life at Washington. This. embraced service as the first representative elected from Montana, two terms In the senato nnd executive posk tlons as commissioner of the general land office; chairman ot tho Republican national committee In the second campaign ot Benjamin Harrison, pres- Iden ot tho board ot united States commissioners for the Louisiana purchase exposition at St Louis, and slnco last March chairman of the newly created "International Joint commission, American section," especially charged with Canadian boundary mat ters. He was an Ohloan by blrtb, an Io- Pedro's Estella. wan by adoption and a Montanan long Is as fol before that territory was admitted to IS months as a lows: Milk. 11,068 pounds: fat In milk, statehood. 60S pounds. The average per cent ot fat for the DIXIE JUMPED FROM THE WATER entire year was 5.476 pounds. Computing tbe yield of butter on basis ot Lee Oldfleld's Tire Bursts and Ma85 per cent according to tho rule of chine Crashes Into Crowd. the Jersey Cattle club, this cow produced 711.12 pounds ot butter In the Syracuse, N. Y. Ten persons are 13 months. seriously hurt aa and Her weight was 880 pounds at the deadresult fourteen ot an accident during tha tho beginslng of the test and increased to flfty-mtlautomobile race at the fair 960 pounds at the end ot the year. racing car, driven by previous authentlcal year's grounds when a The best Leo Oldfleld, a brother ot Barney, leap record for an animal ot this age is ed from the track and plunged Into 518 pounds fat, which la exceeded 87.8 throng of spectators: The racers pounds by the record of Pedro's Es tbe mile had just completed the forty-thirtella. race, and De Palma was leading. The average amount ot grain fed of the c!6se behind. A tiro, blew up. per day waa about fourteen pounds, or Oldfleld His machine flow from the track, a total ot 6,110 pounds during the year, crashed through the fence, nnd plunged mostly ot corn, oats, which consisted into the mas ot people on the other bran and oil meat tde. The track was not In good condition. Qreen Food for Cows. President Taft had gone over the event Aa in tbe case ot cows, swine also track Just before tho fltty-mllTho track had been should be fed plenty ot green food In was called. order to keep thetr digestive tracts In sprinkled for his trip. Afterward De the best condition. They should be Palma and Burman refused supplied with plenty of pure, cold wa ln'the race because ot tho wet track. ter and an abundance ot shade and sanitary wallowing place. three-year-ol- d o d er RECORD THOMAS H. CARTER. Windows Wrecked Craft Damaged Lou of Life Feared. Chicago. by air seemed to be suddenly exhausted by some gigantic suction force, and tha result was that the air within buildings burst out to All the void. smashing numerous windows. Awnings, chimneys and signs were torn from their fastenings and hurled through windows. Small craft in the harbors wero torn from their moorings and. dashed to splinters or swept out Into the lake. The storm came without warning with the exception ot an electrical dis play and was followed by .blinding. rain. It waa feared there was loss oi life. CORONER'S INQUEST a terrific Oreat damages was done wind and hall storm. Tho Into Shaker's Death May Do Away With Grand Jury Probe. If Mrs. Jones buys her coffee at Smith's each week If the coffee in your 6tore is bet ter than Smith's and cheaper Why, TELL MRS. JONES I Don't dash wildly across tha street to tell her, though; she'd laugh at you. Insert a sane, force ful advertisement In this paper about your coffee. We'll catch her eye by makm your ad. attractive. Then all that is left for you to. do is to take in the money for the coffee Mrs. Jones buys. Find the Man fu0 ' (Ooprrtihl, UU, br W. M. no Every man andwoaaa is anxious to buy some article necessity or luxury every day of hi or her life. Single handed It would take you months to seek out those Interested in year line of business. Ab advertisement la this paper does the work iastaataaeoasly. It corrals the purchaser brines him to yoar stere makes him buy things you advertised. Klssimmee, Fla. The coronePs In quest over the body ot Sister Sadie L. Marchant, member of the Shaker colony, who was treated to euthanasia by Sister Elisabeth Sears and Bro. Egbert Gillette, will be held, and It Is declared the Inquest probably will do away with the necessity tor an investigation by a grand Jury. At her urgent request Sister Sadie, who was In the last stages ot tuber culosis, was given chloroform by her fellow Shakers. Fire Flghtera,"(n Milwaukee. 40ori. uw, br w. a. v.i Enlarging Your Business If you are in business andyou HffR want to make B more money you will read every word we have to - THE Cincinnati MARKETS" ucating and Their Various Duties," "Fire Proven-tloby Education Rather Than Legislation," "Motor Fire Apparatus Elec trically and Gas Engine Propelled." The Caliber of Fire Streams, and a New Method ot Determining Their Value." These were among the prln clpal subjects discussed by members ot the National Fire Chiefs' association, which held a tour days' meeting here. The ablest Are fighters In Amer ica were here. n Wla.A College Perfecting Convention. for Ed Firemen In eV VH mm m' say. Are you spending your We Import Cotton. The Silo for Dairymen. This is tba time ot year when the dairyman or dairy fanner who owns a alio likes to talk about silage. Oood allege comes as near being Juno pas ture In January' as any feed with which the dairyman Is familiar. Its ucculent or juicy nature especially tits It for stimulating the milk flow and keeping the cow In vigorous health. Probably the most Important rule in the proiltable dairy Is to keep the cow's milk flowing as freely as pos sible alter the flow has once Loan To ntarted by parturition or do this demands right feeding and good care. Bllage Is also necessary to right feeding. Silage Is a cheap feed to cut up and valuable to uso. It is grown on the arm. This fact Is of Importance In tfils day ot mill feeds. calf-birtbigh-prlco- d Clean Milk. certtMttd milk, and head of a company which owns 800 cows, knot for this Durnosa at u sanitary plant, asserts that milk producing every dairyman can get cloan milk In anv barn If he takes proper care. This statement should prove interesting td thota who lay so much stress on changes In the barn equipment, rathor than upon the one all important Item. A maker of oi care. A Valuable Cow. At tho cattle sale ot II. W. Woods ot Kastervllle,"Ta.. a black Galloway cow, called Gentle Annie brought f , 100. Milk clean, but do not "tug" to No-white 45HaCc, standard white Jjeop up the milk flow. 45a45&c, No. 3 white 44VSa45c. Never forget the Importance of cool Cincinnati Live fto;k. tag milk In a clean place. Cattle ShlDDers J5.7Ea7. butcher 'Dairying Is one ot the profitable steers, extra J6.25a0.40, good to choice lines In which a farmer can engage. Churning Is soon out ot tbe way J5.25a6.lG, heifers, extra I5.7&ae, S4.60aS.76, cows, extra when tho cream Is In proper condl good to choice good to choice J3.6Pa4.C0. J4.C5a5, tlon. Bulls Bologna Sla2.60. Notlco the cream once or twice the rnnnera 3.65a4.10, extra J4.lCa4.25. Calves-E- xtra first ten minutes after starting the S8. fair to Rood S6.60a7.76, churn. Hogs To do good work the croam separa common and large J3a7. butchers tor must bo level and on a good solid Oood to choice packers and J7.30a7.45, $7.45a7.50, mixed packers foundation. Stop tho churn as soon as tbe butter common to choice heavy fat sows, granulates If you want to work out JtaC.EO, pigs (110 lbs nnd less) S3 aneop Extra i.io&a.io, gooa 66.25. nil tho buttormllk. iarnuu extra Veal calves In hot weather will to Choice ..oraa.iu. grow better It kept during the day In J6.10a0.25. Cincinnati Miscellaneous. a dark, cool stable. Bomo dairymen make It a practice Poultry Hens 12c, spring chick- to give some mild purgative to cows ana ducks lie. turkers i3Uc. at the time ot parturition. 17c. Kocse 6o8c. Eggs Prime flrsta In tho stall will get lazy anue. firsts 17c. Butter Creamery A bull tied and useless, besides making extra extra 28ttc. firsts 24c, dairy, fancy work in bis care and feed. oucness jzai ddi, nome 18o, Apples It you have not a good cellar, nor grown Carrots Home la2 bbl. gooa but' Ice. nor cold water, making crown 10 and 16c doxen. Celery New ter in hot weather Is out of the ques Grain Market Flour Winter patent J3.90a4.15, S2.70a2.80, low grade '12.40a family S5aC.45, do fancy :.G0. hard patent 4.25a4.C0. Wheat No. 2 red 93a 95c. No. 3 red 89a93c. No. 4 red 76a 86c, Corn No. 2 white 71a71c. No. 3 whttn 70U&71C. No. 2 vellow 71a71Hc. No. 3 yellow 70Ha71c No. 2 mixed 71n71V.c. No. 2 mixed 70Ua71c. Oats Washington. The United States, s which produces practically ot the world's cotton, brought from China during the last fiscal year more than 9,000,000 pounds ot raw cotton, at a cost In that country ot more than Jl.000,000, and from India In 1910 about 5,500,000 pounds, at a valuation ot more than J500.000. two-third- Food and Drink" Through a Pipe. Leadvllle, Col. If no further dlffl cutties are experienced by tbe res cucrs at work ln'the Morning Star shaft the three miners imprisoned In tho drift below will bo released. An iron pipe was driven from, the top ot the cave to within 30 feet ot the drift and food and hot coffee lowered to tbe men. Twenty-one money for ad vertising in hap- Ma hazard fashion Isb as if intended SW for charity, or do you advertise for direct results? Did you evcr stop to think how your advertising can be made a source of profit to you, and how its value can be measured in dollars and cents. If you have not, you are throwing money away. Advertising is a modern business necessity, but must be conducted on business principles. If you are not satisfied with your advertising you should set asido a certain amount of money to be spent V mm MM MM -- annually, and then carefully note. the effect it has in increasing your volume of business;, whether a io, ao or 30 per cent increase. "If you watch this gain from year to you will become intensely interested in your advertising, and how you can make it enlarge your business. If you try this method we believe you will not want to let a single issue of this paper go to press without something from your store. We will be pleased to have you call on us, and we will take pleasure io explaining our annual contract for so many inches, and how it can be used in whatever amount that seems necessary to you. If you can sell goods over the counter we can also show you why this paper will best serve your interests when you want to .reach the people of this community. persons, were Brooklyn.- - Twenty-on- e injured whon a Smith street trolley oar crashed Into tbe rear end ot a Hurt. Reading Matt or Tho Right Kind of The homo news; the doings of the people In this town; the gossip of our own community, that's the first kind of reading matter you want. It is more important, more interesting to you than that given by the paper or magazine from tha outside world. It is the first reading matter you should buy. Each Issue of this paper gives to you just what you will consider Franklin avenue car. The lnjureo wore left lying about the street fot some minutes. Thero was such a de monstratton among the uninjured pas sengers that tho police reserves were called out. Saved By a Roomer. Washington. Fire endangered the life of Mrs, Belva A. Lockwood, the noted suffragist leader. The blaze bad uls made good headway when It v qovered by a roomer. Mrs. Lockwood and "eight other sleepers were assist- ad to the street. Eggplants a buueh. tOaSCo tion. Honoy llal3c a lb. Lem The cream separator, the silo and 26a40e do. Onions ons California, J4a4.50. tbe manure spreader should And a bu. Or- the equipment of every dairy Home grown white J1.35 place In ngcs J3a4.C0 box. Potatoes Houe farm. a;riwu J4a4.25 bbL betrothal Is Rnfln .Thn annrnni-hlni- r announced of Prjuco. Bora ot Bulga ria, the beir aprcrcnt ci me uuigarian throne, to flrand Duchess Olf.a. the old f 5t daughter ot Emperor Nicholas, Will Wed Prince Boris of Bulgaria. Tho Right Kind ot Roadlng Matter. t. r THE CITI&RN. : i : September at, 191 1. W. B. CORSET eafleleLLLLLeBLVw EeVeaMHevlV yie Guaranteed Not To Rust This latest B. accomplishment again emphasizes the superiority of the W. B. product. W- - L I .r BT I lBBBi. R. H. CHRISMAN Undertaking and Embalming; A Complete Line of Modern' Funeral Supplies. Nliht 46 8 room E. F. COYLE You pay less, ft' o SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. Day rhono 26 JOHNSO- N- HENRY havo ben recol-e- d Announcements In Berea of the marriage of .Mlm LLInna Johnson, who took tho Nurses' Training courso in tho Hospital last year, to Mr. John D. Henry of Tear Academy, dais tho Third Tho wedding took place of 1910. In Donrer, Colorado, tho 17th, Rov. 1. E. Hudson, a cousin to our M. Hudson, officiating. A note from Mr. Henry states that will be spent In the honeymoon Miss Doth climbing tho Rockies. Johnson and Mr. Honry aro mvII and pleasantly remembered In Berea, each having left only last year for tho west. It Is needless to nay that all their friends are wishing them unalloyed happiness. houso. .or get more dwelling, largo framed store Good barn, will shelter 18 horses. This property lies on tho proposed Government plko, 8 miles from Berea, partly in Rockcastle and partly in Jackson Counties. Price $1,500.00 oaoaoooaoaoaoooooooaoaooaooaooaoK)ooo If sold at once. Tho o o NEWS LOCAL PAGE OF BEREA Tho Alpha Zota Literary Society hold their anniversary In tho Collage Chapel, Friday night at 7:30. Attrac- Mr. H. M. Washburn was In town for a short tlmo at the first of tho week. NEW PASTOR i AND VIQNITY; GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Mrs. R H. Boulwcr, a former resl dent of Berea, now living In Texas, has been visiting friends In Berea. Rev. II . M. Racer of LaFollette, Tcnn., has been In Berea for several days. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Jackson of aoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoao6aoaoaoaoaoaoBoaoaoaoaoaoi UK. BUM, DENTIST crrr raoxis OVER OFFICE t--iT ir-i-T is RACKET STORE DAN H. BRECK Fire, Life an Accident. Insurance Richmond, Ky. Phone 505 U & N. TIME TABLE. North Bound Local 6:15 a. m. 10:55 p. m. Knoxvllle 1:03 p. m 3:57 a. m. BEREA 7:45. a. m. 6:10 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound Local 8:15 p. in. 6:40 a. m. Cincinnati 12:39 p. m 12:29 a..m. BEREA 6:55 p. m. 6:59 a. va. Knoxvllle Express Train Stop to take on and let off passengers from beyond ClnclnnaU or from Atlanta and beyond. South Bound 8:00 a. m. ClnclnnaU 11:44 a. m. BEREA ' Richmond, Ky., have Just returned from a trln down in Texas, where they went to look at the country. Mr. Will Dalton of Indianapolis was here for a brief visit with his parents a few days ago. Miss Hoy Blazor Is visiting her sister. Miss Hazel, at the home of their aunt, Mrs. Bert Coddlngton. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Isaacs of Valley View spont a part of last week at the home of their daughter, Mrs. J K. Baker. Miss Ruby Smith was at home over Sunday. Mr. J. H. Gabbard was in Richmond at the first of the week on business. Mrs. Ellis Bongo, little parents, Mr. of Hamilton. tive music and a varied program, Everybody Invited. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Browning are happy over an addition to tho family clrclo, Monday morning an eight pound boy. Tho Teachers' Association of district No. 3 will meet Sept. 23rd nt Miss Fox's school house on Cow Bell. A good jirogram has been planned. Supt, Noland will bo present, nnd Prof. Edwards and others of tho College will tako part. Emll D. Bracker, lately Superintendent of tho Borea Garden, was recently Injured by a motorcycle and taken to the Sanitarium at Hinsdale, HI. buildings aro worth twice tho money. This is a flno opening for a country sioro ucaiucs Doing a goou larm. i no land lies well, halt of It can be plowed both ways. W. B. Harris, Berea, Ky. BEST BARGAINS Hamilton E. Robinson, formor Berea student, sends best wishes to Berea and Tho Citizen. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson are In Marble, Colo., where they have gained good health and enjoy tho climate. Hev."V. T. Willis Is tho new pastor of the M. E. church. Mr. Willis was stationed at London last year but comes to Ucrea this year to tako tho place of Rev. Isaiah Cllno who was moved to Dayton by tho Bishop at tho recent conference In Newport Mr. Cllne and family ,have and already gono to their tho new pastor and his family aro MILLINERY expected before tho end of tho week. Mr. Willis was In Berea last Sunday We aro now ready to supply you and preached his first sermon, return- with "advanced styles In fall and wining to London for bis wife and two ter hats. grandchildren, his family. Ho will Our stock and color lines are compreach each Sunday In the month plete. except the second. Opening, Friday and Saturday, Sept. 22 and 23. Fresh Air and Milk. Mrs. Jennie B. Fish. If a child Is narrow-chesteho should live In the open air as much as FOR SALE Light dumbbells should be possible. used for exercise and he should be 20 Farms In Llncojn and Garrard Riven a generous milk diet. counties. 50 to 1,100 acres. Price $10 to $S0 iter aero. J. R. Edmlston, Crab Orchard, Ky. o Best Bargains that have ever been offered In farms, beautiful building lots, houses and lots, and first class business lots. We can suit tho purchaser in almost any kind of properly he wants, as tho above have been carefully selected In tho roost desirWe able parts of tho town. can sell you a farm of a few acres near town for a small amount of money, or, anything from this up to a first class Blue Gross form. If you have any notion of becoming Interested In a beautiful location at, or near Berea, It will certainly be to your Interest to call and see or write to Wyatt and Cornelius, Real Estate Rooms No 1, 2 and 10. Berea Bank and Trust Co, Building, Derea, Ky. CALIFORNIA Laughlln (nee) "Llzzto son, Leroy, and grand nnd Mrs. James Burns, O.. were visiting rela tives and friends In Berea tho latter ' part of last week. ft, Messrs. Mat Benge, Richard Moore NorUi Bound and Wallace Adams left, Monday, 'for 4:56 p. m. BEREA Harlan, where they will do carpentry 8:45 p. m.- ClnclnnaU work on a number of new' buildings which are being erected. Mr. Seebre, of Carrolton, was In Mr. and Mrs'. Will Fugett of Brod-heaSaturday, to enter his son lu were tho guests of their daugh'school. a part Bodkins of London Is In towm- - ter, Mrs. Charles Preston, for Dr. vlslUng her of last week. Mrs. Salilo Baker Is FOR SALE Schulz piano good ai daughter In Jackson County. In use flvo 300 Instrument for new. BuckBton left, Monday, Rev. years. Will sell for U"C. Llda Why-lanto attend the annual State Be-re- a, d, d. FURNITURE Everybody who buys new Furniture should get the best and latest, and most of all "Save the Difference" FOR SALE acres of land bordorlng Herca, on the Richmond pike, Bvn and dwelling. A good homo for nny ono wishing to educato his chilmllo dren. Only about throe-fourtfrom college. I will also sell my home placo on Chestnut Street consisting of 2& acres of land, good dwelling, bam and other building, water and orchard. D. N. Welch, Berea, Ky. Thirty-si- x hs If you are thinking of coming or wont to know why ceae to California, write to and I shall take delight In UUlBg yoa wky, and giving you any InformaUoa you may desire. I am a Kentucilas.and take a special Interest la Kentucky people. I have been In California tea years, on the form and thoroughly understand the soli and eondlUoaa. It you think of coming to California drop me a line. Yours truly, H. L. Bishop, Klnxiburg. Frtnsn County, Cat. yon-shoul- k, BARGAIN ON FARM oTsaIT" Frankfort convention. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Holder of Roanoke, Ala., are visiting Mrs. Holder's mother, Mrs. J. M. Early. Mr. Holder has taken the pastorato of the Christian church at London, Ky., and they expect to move there soon. Mr. Henry McClanahan enjoyed a visit from his mother, the first of tho week. Mrs. Soxton who has been 111 with typhoid fever Is Improving rapidly and expects to return home soon. Miss Stella Adams was homo over Sunday. Miss Amanda Evorsole, a student of last year, was In town a few days the first of tho week. Miss Gertrudo Tartar, who Is a student of Kentucky State College, over Sunday with was visiting friends In town-Rev- . W. P. Wllks Is holding a series of revival meetings at Albany, Ky. Mrs. Wllks and little son aro visiting with her mother, Mrs. W. 1). Powell, In Louisville. Mr. Clyde Stllwell, of Jhe class of '09, la spending a couple of days of his vacation in Berea, He is working In j Chicago as private secretary to tho president of the International Harvester Company, of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McCollum Chicago were the guests, this week, of Mrs. Lou Hanson. In the absence of the pastor, Rev. Wllks, was filled by the Rev. Mr. Allen of Texas. Mr. Allen was a boyhood friend of Mr. W. II. Porter. Mrs. J. H. Jackson Joined her husband on the 9th at Irvine, Ky., and spent two days there. They also visited tholr son, John C. Jackson, at Idamay. and made trips to Heldel- bore. Willow and Old Landing. Mr Jackson Is with a Lexington Dry Goods Company. The pulpit at tho Baptist church, W ELC H'S Is Lot on Depot Street Joining tho A bargain If taken In next sixty skaUng rink on the west, 74 feet days. On account of health, I will front by 143 feet back. For particusell my farm consisting of 105 acres, lars coll upon or phone, A. p. getUe, Mtuated 4 miles from Point Lick In Kingston, Madlsoa County, Ky. Garrard County, Kentucky, on turnpike, near good school and church. This farm la well Improved, has good new house, 2 tobacco barns that hold 25 acres, good young orchard, and Is well watered. For further Information address, O. P. Terrtll, Lancaster, Ky. Red Cross Flour. 65 cents. Every Sack Guaranteed FOR SALE My Poplar Spring farm of 140 acres, acres in clover and tlmo'nthy, some timber, best water in country. Good 25 TATUM'S WEDDING PRESENTS The Finest Line of Wedding Rings Ever Shown in Berea in SterlGold, Gold-filleing Silve, Cut Glass d, Xbe IRachet Store ENGRAVING FREE Dorothea Burdette It the name ct tho little girl who came, Sunday morning, the 10th, to brighten tho homo of the Mayor and Mrs. Gay. Tho editor apologizes to tho "little dear" for not chronicling her advent last week. The notice was written and in type but, thru his oversight, was cut out. First class and up to date .Restaurant, on corner of Main and Center Streets. Fresh cakes, pies, bread, caudles .and fruits of all kinds, every day. Call and get your money's worth. J. S.'ti.ott. Preaching services every Sunday night in both the Upper and Lowsr Chapels. ClUzens wishing to attend will find seattT6serveiD Tor them in either place west side of tho lower and west end of upper Chapel. Dr. Roberts preaches In upper Chapel and Prof. Raine in the lower. Prof. Percy L. Ports, of Union College, Uarbourvllle, was In Berea over Sunday, to be with Mrs. Ports who has been in the hospital for two "weeks. Been, Monday morning, the Professor was in an unusually happy frame of mind tho family circle had been Increased to as to number three, Sunday night, and a name had already been found, tor the boy Donald Wood. nt SEE THAT YOUR CHILDREN'S SHOES FIT! Your Boy Ready For School If not now is the time and this is the place to buy his outfit. Get him a new Fall Style Suit from the Quality Store and he will be well dressed in a way" to make him. proud of his clothes.. We have everything you want forthe Boy's wear Suits, Shoes, Hats, Caps and Underwear. Call and let us show you. We have all sizes. Their growing feet are easily injured! There'll be no trouble in getting tbaai fitted correctly ilyou ask for BUSTER BROWN RIBBON SHOES The world's mot popular shoe for boys ad gixls. J'Doublt near la CTeryik,, x RHODUS C& HAYES THE QUALITt STORE Berea, Kentucky Main Street September at, i$n. THES CITIZEN. Page Five. TALK IS CHEAP you have to see them to appreciate the excellence of quality, variety and quantity as for the prices they tell WE SELL But when it is put into newspaper space it costs money". So we will save our talk about the details of these goods Zaring's Flour 45c The up. Made Why Buy Inferior Flou!rs? JUST RECEIVED AN ORIGINAL STORY Solid oak dresser $5.00, $6.00, $7.50 and up to $20.00. n Solid oak bed room suits (not imitation) $15.00, $18.00 to $40.00. Quartered oak velour covered couches $8.50, $10.00 and $12.00. Roll seat quartered OAK or mahogany rockers $3.00 each. '. Stand tables 20x20 OAK, $1.00, others $1.50 to $6.00. Library tables 26x44 OAK $3.50 to $10.00. Brass beds with 2 "Then post, $10.00. With a 45 lb. felt mattress to fit it at ' , $5.00 each. $325.00 Pianos at agent's price for $200.00 on liberal terms. 9x12 Axminster rugs $15.00, 9x12 Brussels rug $10.00. 9x12 seamless velvets $20.00, 36x72 velvets $3.00. All 25c. A Large Line of New Clothing FALL AND WINTER STYLES You Can Buy the Same Quality SHOES for Less Money than Sold by Others All Welcome! A Country Store in Town! Come in! RANGES $15.00, $17.50, $20.ooand $25.00. I'm $5.00 under on each in price and $5.00 over on each in Quality. BUGGIES steel tire, rubber top, $40.00. Rubber tire, leather top, $65.00. Best American Steel at id Wire Go's, field fence 25c. per rod. . ROOFING, heaviest quality v crimp 28 guage painted, $2.00 per square. H rrolimnS-rnrl II U II II II t 1 r II Fertilizer for wheat, good, 90c. per hundred." Best, $1.30 per hundred. Other bargains by the score. l mattings 20c. All 30c. mattings 25c. Phone 60 tobacco or having tobacco, pipes or clgaretto paper In their poscsslon. long standing reputation Derea's as a place for serious minded students will bo well maintained, and the young people who are hero this fall show a decided loyalty to tho highest Ideals of conduct and character. R. J. ENGLE, Berea, Ky. do his best, ho cannot do all there la to bo done: bo ho finds himself reduced to his ono last, supremo effort which llko tho wino at tho mar riage feast Is tho best ho can encourage and Inspire tho older boys and girls of his school and community to go whero opportunities aro larger. Not many years ago a humble, teacher In a llttlo whlto school houso out on the western prairie, far away. from any town, gavo a talk at tho closo of school In which he said, after naming seven of his students, that they should go away to school tho next fall where they could make strong and useful men and women out of themselves. This teacher Is not teaching today, but he has the reverence and love of at least the six, who, but for him might never have gono to college add graduated as they did. A largo number of boys and girls will go to college next month for their first time because of some wiso teacher. See R. H. CHRISMAN. 'THE FURNITURE MAN" TRIBUTE TO MR. DIZNEY bo In charge of lrof. K. O. Kxcell of Chicago, tho famous choir leader and musical author. Her will bo assisted by Mr. A. W. Itoper as pianist. Thcso two had charge of tho music at tho World's Sunday School Convention In Washington last year and at the International Sunday School in Ban Francisco last Convention Juno. Thcro aro nono belter in tho world, and Kentucky is to bo congratulated upon getting such a muslclal attraction for its convention. Itev. Geo. A. Joptln, General Secretary of tho Kentucky Sunday School. Association, writes that tho people of Louisville aro making preparation for at least ono thousand delegates at tho State Convention, Oct. Wrlto to tho Stata Office, 7122 Louisville Trust Building, for full Information. Every Sunday School In tho stato Is ontltled to a dolegate. Wo want oufcounty to have a largo 19-2- THE STUDENTS' MANUAL The Students' Manual, familiar :o all Bercans, comes out In a now edition somewhat more attractive and useful than ever before. It is mainly occupied by "general Information" on such subjects as "permissions and excuses," "the College, bell and use of time," "class work and conditions of promotion," "manual labor conditions and pay," "business arrangements," "general conduct," "religion," "student organizations," "sports and recreation," "dlsclpllno," "vacations," nnd 'Heaving school graduation." Tho rules aro so brief that we. can quote them In full: Four Definite Itules. Tho ono rule Is that each student shall earnestly promote. Improvement In himself and others. This ono rulo Is made moro practical by being expanded under the following heads: I. Attention to School Duties, (a) Attendance Each student shall bo punctually present forvevery lesson, or public exercise announced as required, Including dally chapel exercises, College Sunday School, and Family Worship whero ho boards, and shall not leavo town without permission except to return homo at tho end of terms, (b) Studious Habits Students shall give the best part of each day to study, and refrain from disturbing fellow students In study hours. II. Social Relations. Young men and young women aro prohibited on pain of Immediate dlsmlsslou from meeting togothor In any prlvato place. Young women must guard their reputation, aud young men must guard their own reputo and that of their lady friends by observing the proprieties mentioned in tho chapter on general conduct In this manual. III. Forbidden Places. (a) Places of liquor saloons, gambling rooms, eta, should such over exist at Dorea or bo found elsewhere, must not bo ontered by students. (b) Eating houses and places of amusement In Uerea, not controlled by tho College, must not bo entered by students on pain of Immediate dismission. Tho Institution provides for tho recreation of Its students, and amplo accommodation for meals nnd refreshment, aud cannot permit o parties to solicit student patron, age tor gain. IV. Forbidden Practices. (a) Students may not engage in (b) Students may not burn gunpow-do- r, nor keep weapons on their persons or In tholr rooms. Any weapons brought must bo deposited with tho student's advising offlcler. (c) Students aro prohibited on pain of Immediate dismissal from using work-perioout-sidcard.-payln- g. At tho regular faculty meeting, Monday night, tho following resolutions respecting Mr. Dlznoy wore adopted: a Kosolvcd, that tho workers of Col lego havo greatly enjoyed tho fellowship and admired the ability,' devotion and Christian spirit of Mr. Klljah K. Ulxney during tho nine years of his service in Berea, and somo of us remember him most pleasantly as a student (n former days. It Is not a surprise to us that tho people of tho county of his fornior labors, Harlan, In taking new and decided stops for advancement and education, should look to him for leadership, and .wo congratulato him and them upon his entrance upon work In that county. Their gain Is our loss. Wo shall follow him with And our affection and wo shall continue to cherish his friendship, and to profit by his of almplo and sincere piety and loving interest In all his fellow mon. Bo-re' Ood-spoc- d. who falls In ono district and moves on each year to another, where he is a stranger, to bo fed out of tho Stato's school funds again. There Is another type of teacher who takes his business seriously. Ho regards his school district as his parish; his best Is none too good for hlB peoplo; ho loves them and they love A BREATHITT PRODUCT him. Ho, first of all, realizes that he has a responsibility toward tho school President Frost and Prof. Itlgby, and the stato. He, owes It to tho in returning from Breathitt County stato to mako good citizens out of Just beforo tho opening of tho term, tho boys and girls under his charge. brought an exceedingly interesting He toaches respect for law and order. trophy In tho shape of an enormous He realizes how dependent tho commelon, weighing over sixty pounds, munity Is upon tho efficiency, skill, presented to them by Malcolm Holll-daand health of each Individual for Its Esq., of Jackson. Tho melon was prosperity and happiness. He has on exhibition at tho President's houao some valuable lessons to teach In sanfor a number of days and finally itation and hygiene. Pity wells up in oaten by tho nearest neighbors to his breast every tlmo ho sees a man, not that the poor fellow the President, supplying ample refreshment to about twenty people. It has the one arm left, but that he does was not only remarkable for Its size. not havo the two; the same feeling of but for Its quality, and the seeds, sympathy moves him for the undevelwhich havo been carefully saved, glvo oped man who works from daylight promise of good times for a thou- till dark without ever really doing his best through lack of skill and sand people another summer. mental training. This wide awake DIFFERENT TYPES OF TEACHERS teacher Is a teacher or leader In the Sunday school. He gives of htmsrlf Highest Privilege, and all ho knows unstintedly; but, The, Teacher's Meeting Which, Ho Can Never Fall. y, one-arm- ed f' Every day that Is bom Into tho world comes like a burst of music, and rings Itself all tho day through; and thou shalt make of It a dance, a dirge or a life march, as thou wilt Carlyle. Life Is as One Makes It BIO LOT SALE SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION ' Plans aro being made to have tho Annual Convention of tho Kentucky Sunday School Association tho largest and greatest over held In tho state Tho murlc will Forty-sixt- h PUBLIC SALE I will offer for sale publicly my farm of ly tho Auctioneer, Colonel Cowherd situated eight miles from Rich- of Sholhyvllle, offered tho first lot in tho Prospect addition to tho mond, Ky., and one mile cast highest bidder. It was promptly disof Kingston, in Madiposed of, and from the sale of tho son County, on ' first lot tho bidding was spirited until tho last was sold in this addition. From tho Prospect addition tho band, followed by tho crowd, made to O'clock, A. M. way to the grovo near tho DeI his larm is good, productive, their pot whero a freo barbecuo was serv Ulue Grass land, well watered. pro It has on it two good dwellings, ed. After dlnnor was finished-tha good tobacco barn and stock perty belonging to W. II. Porter, conlots barns and all necessary outbuild- sisting of 31 was on Hallroad and quickly disposed of. Streets ings. Land all in grass. In fact theso lots sold faster than tho I will also sell 20 good yearling proiicrty which had been advertised. steers, 36 two year old heifers At tho' closo of tho sale tho buggy and a first class saddle horse. was given ayay as advertised. Mrs. in 12 J. W. Bratcher of Berea held tho TERMS: down? months; yi in 3 years with 6 per lucky number and got the buggy. cent interest from day of sale. Tho crowd in attendance at the Anyone desiring to look over salo and barbecuo was variously estithe land and notifying me at mated at from ten to fifteen hundred. Berea will be meet at Richmond Klghtyflvo lots were sold to about or Berea. seventy-fiv- e different Individuals who GEO, W. YOUNG will probably Improve tho property. 200 ACRES OF LAND ment day In Berea on last Saturday morning, when tho crowds began com ing early from all directions to tit tend tho lot salo which had been advertised by tho Loulsvlllo Heal JJstato Company to tako placo on that date. There was In attendance at tho salo people from Garrard, Itockcastlo and Estill Counties, and uulto a fow were over from Richmond. Tho crowd assembled In front of Boono Tavern at about ten o'clock and wcro escorted to tho new addition south of Prospect Street by the Do rea Hand. At ten o'clock prompt-- It looked very much llko Commence far from being sages yet. They never have been a dull class of people, still thoy have done some very foolish things; perhaps It would bo better to say they have neglected to do a great many wlso things which should bo expected of them. Jlhny teachers do not attempt to make their schools social, religious, and educational centers. Tho solu-ttof tho country problem must csme thru tho awakonlng of the rural teat It jr. Country life Is monotoi vise' as thoy are today and they are Teachers havo not always been as PALACE MEAT MARKET price paid for butter, eggs and chickens Kidd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you want and get what you call for. Highest market U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. onous OD'l dull whero It should bo satlafylLg and a delight, and yet fow sem to reullro that the real caiue of the iiLiest lies In the unsightly, regluted little school house with Its nenl;, unlmaginatlvo teacher, void of tho qualities of leadership. Parents aro unconsciously responsible, for much of this deplorable condition when they urge their children to become teachers bocause It seems such an easy war to draw thirty or Do You Want to Buy a Good Blue Grass Farm ? Do you want to buy a good building lot in Berea and do as others have done, build you a comfortable horn 6, educate Tuesday. Oct. 3, 1911 forty dollars each month. This ad- vice is given without a serious thot of the responsibility of tho teacher to the school and how dependent the community Is upon the ono person the teacher for Us Instruction and Do-p- ot i inspiration. The teacher, it he accepts this narrow view of "dead beating" the state out of a few dollars, makes no moro preparation for teaching than will barely meet the require-monof getting a certificate by passing a lenient examination. The laborer who constantly watches tho clock for quitting time does Inferior work and receives no promotion; so tho teacher who plana only to meet the .requirements of his examination Is found by his pupils to be dull and uninspiring, This teacher is no more nor loss than a "professional bum" your children and U living? make a Or is it a common to medium farm you want at a moderate price for either cash or terms with easy payments, close around and convenient to Berea College ? ' It may be more convenient for you to buy some of the beautiful homes already built that I have for sale for my clients in Berea. Good enough Tor anybody. have plenty of Real Estate in Madison, and ad' joining Counties for sale at a price to suit any one, from $10per acre to $150 per acre owing to the quality and location of the land. Think it over and write me what you want or call at my office and we will talk it over. REMEMBER WHAT I SAY, you willalwaya get a square deal with holiday If interested. 1 NOW IS THE TIME TO GET BUSY I have Lrro farms, small farms. Kood farms and poor farms, costly farms and cheap farms fur.na.lo. I havo a special farm for the man who wants to send his children to school at Uoroa.Ky. It contains sixty acres Just outside the corporation, Kood house, good barn, lino, cool, soft, sulphur water In yard fenced with wiro. This farm is worth M.000 but I can sell the same to you now for 13.000 on terms to suit. 1 also navo a small farm containing 60 acres, level, fairly good cottage, house, splendid stock. bariLjrood orchard fenoed with wiro fence, in a good community, good mile. If you want a good school, Christian and Baptist Church in hnnin now Is tha time. I can sell vou this nlacu for 11.600 cash. you may want in farm lands or I feel sure I can suit you In any thing town property in fierea. ivy. I also have some beautiful town property. on North sldo ex I will sell you mr resident propertytwo story frame Chestnut St. els house good tending to High St. with an eight room, tern'12xia ft. barn and plenty of fruit trees. Come and ass, call on or write I 1, The Best Qualities of Staple and Fancy Groceries t That the market can afford. Try a sack of our Lexington Cream Flour or Zarings Patent Flour, two of the best on the market. If we i CALL UPON OR ADDRESS, please you tell others; if not tell us. G. D. Room 4, J. P. MCKNKLL ftlft St w. OLEY aM.Ky. Bra Bank Tiust Building BEREA, KY. C&. HOLLIDAY Iwm, Ky. Tufr Six THE CITIZEN G. Sf4tr 21, 1911 Judge O'Keari Yes. or an atitmMlf, If that we are against the system of eontltt of one thing or another thing.' a middle groundr and that Is the one I turns with longing eyes to the city? Why labor. Kentucky now has which the people had to buy or had to want to talk to you about Is It that the lights flickering from the you want It It represents the difference contract penitentiaries reform her and srtl, snd the monopolies paid the toll to Itut before I come to that, let US talk towns beckon him from the quietude, between barely getting along and thriv- In schools, t will roughly say; somethe government. In that way they main about these farmers. After the discovery from the pence snd contentment of home ing. Hut some one will suggest that thing (Ike men thousand three talned an arlitocratlo class of society of steam power,, the Invention of the In the country ? Because there are op- when you do that there will be rrore tohave been Incarcerated there for Bo bacco raised all over the country, nnd aho called government, while those who la steam engine, the application pf that portunities. Here Is little or none. a breach of the laws, or In the reform ON LABOR bored, those who toilet!, those who cre power to machinery and particularly aft- these farmers said, ws will get together, when you raise more tobacco, the price school In some Instances' because they ated, then as now, were the people who er the discovery .of the existence of the that Is what the other fellows did. has got to rome down under the law of are Incorrigible youths. Society has to constituted the productivity of the conn power and utility of. electricity, the work You got together. You formed a Farm supply and demand. Now I think I am restrsln these men for Us own protection. TO try, and without whose toll famine would of the artisan, the laborer In the shops era' Guild, 1 don't know how many you talking to men of sense. I am assum- It la Well that their sIiamM ha etnnlAVed. VITAL DISCUSSES ISSUES have come to all alike). and the mills nnd the factories, hss In- have formed. The trouble Is you never ing that these people In Kentucky have tt woukt be cruel punishment to keep' FARMERS AND LABORING Hut people will learn, Thank God creased enormously. Their number Is stuck together long enough. Tou did not enough sense to know what their Interest them confined without employment The MEN. provides to hire them out, for that. They learn slowly sometimes likewise Increasing enormously. They know how very well. You had not been Is. The fellow nn tho other side won't Present system to the highest bidder, subsell their labor and they forget east) sometimes, but as made wealth, tremendous wealth, Ton working at that business so long, but you huy any more tobacco than he needs. ject to the approval of the prison com Why do you want to raise any more than missioners. They win bring, say nrty or THE HISTORY OF ORGANIZATION we look back down tho dim vistas of the might take the employes of one of these got together past and read Its history, we find thut modern factories In rcnnsylvanla, and cents a day. The money deThs first thing you did was to study the you can sell? But you will say that these seventy-fiv- e the fAce of mankind has been set to the they have In a decade created more law. That M commendable; that Is to fellows out here will raise this tobacco rived from the sale Is applied to paying .Address Delivered at Hartford Pres-en- t front and up working up, pulling up. Oc wraith, these nameless men of labor and your credIL You went to the books of the anyhow, we can not regulate the matter their expenses,, that Is, the cost of keepLaws of Kentucky Sufficient for casionally they stumble and fall, they get of toll, than Croesus dreamed of, and statutes of your statu, and you said, what Maybe you can't If they raise more to- ing them In the penitentiary, of guards and clothing and food and doctors und a always but thousand Protection PrUon Labor Progres down, do, they get up get up, nnd when put It to agrown up times better use. Is there In the statutes that will allow us bacco than the market requires, undoubt- little bit for a prrncher. You know we they they with their faces There has In the Employer to get together, and there you found the edly It will result In a reduction In the pay the preacher less than anybody else. sive Policies Would Help State. pointing to the front. class an enormously wealthy class of law. Thus salth the statutes of ths peo price, and when It gets down to where It He gets his reward In Heaven, (laughmen, who are rich enough for all prac- ple; You may organise yourselves Into cesses to pay, pome of them will quit iL ter.) First Organisation. The laboring people on the outside of tical purposes. I should thlfilc, yet who lawful associations, get a better price, Rut you are not raising any more now Judge E. C. O'Uear delivered a Rreat these penitentiaries object to this system, The people who first learned to throw are no more satisfied than you or I "who reasonable price, for the products of your than you can dlspos'e of, Day" speech at Hartford. K.y. "I.abor You tried to put In a monstrous crop and Justly so. They object upon ths off the power of the military, the abso spend half of our time thinking about the oil and your hands. That Is the limit these men In which ho trncwf the" origin and lute swordsmen of the centuries back. butcher and the baker. But they want That Is all you are entitled to. last year and a monstrowTcrop this year. ground thst manufactureemploying- convict labor In the of ahoes or furDid your adversaries tske It kindly? How did you get along? You have not an niture or whatever It Is, put their product growth of all kinds of organizations were tho merchants. Merchants gather more. The curse of the day Isn't the love among laboring men, farmers and mer ed In stores and bought and sold their of money. It Is the fust of power. And They never haver they never will. They average crop this year, You ore talking In competition with free labor on the outIs free tho as It to plunder the man who has ten million wants a said no, we will break thst down. We about raising more tobacco. chants In a most Interesting way, as wares. It was easier therefore enticing to hundred million. He doesn't want any can't break It down by law, because they a thing that you can't get the Tobacco oft side. The has tolabor on Itself outsidepretty Is callej. In a house worms then, that Is, It was more good house, hss to feed Itself under the follows: the soldiers to plunder then, than the more money for money's sake; he wants are operating under the law, but wo will of except with these farm fellows. You hlghttist to clothe single Individual's separated articles out It for the sake of the power thst It gives break It down contrary to the law, In do know. It kind of regulates Itself, about and has a of living, ahas of children,Itself, I'ellow Cltlxens! wife r.nd lot (f It a This day has been set apart W statute yonder. So they preyed upon the mer him. "The sword has been beaten Into (lance of the law, Hqueexe It to death. three acres to the man In the patch, not Is doing Its full duty In the world, to your spear Into j smother It not burn It that makes too much more. It will regulate Itself. What cloth and to educate. These children nd ly custom in most of the stales of chants. The merchants then for self pro the pruning hook, and the plowshare," If I haven t got my bur a light Somebody might see. Not we are working for now, Isn't the quan- must be put In schools-anmust be given the union as Labor day. A day commem tection, got together. Mark the Initial scripture and-tway they exert shoot It that causes too much noise. tity of tobacco raised nor the quality of a' fair chance, and alt that take money. orated to labor. A day set apart upon point, they "got together." Whether than power In mixed, government nowadays Is not In They might cstch us. Merely smother It It, it Is the marketing of or The mar You can't do that on seventy-fiv- e Is good grammar or not It Is good sense. which the people will reflect upon the or starve It What difference does It ket conditions have been contracted un- eighty cents a day, not In this' day. Now rights and the responsibilities of labor, They called themselres a "Merchants' using the sword, It Is In using wealth. they have to go Into competition with make, so It It dead. Or corrupt It, al naturally so far as the buyer Is concern 'Does It not strike you as singular that a" Guild." tor moral delectation, do you Wealth Is Power. ways by Insidious means." Ho they went ed, and the result of It Is that the la- this prison convict labor, and the state question like this matter of labor should suppose? No; for business protection nnd Hack yonder about the birth of our re to work and they came to the man who borer who produces It Is an underpaid Is actually using Its convicts to depress the wage of Its laborers on the outside be In such a formative state yet as to Its advancement, for safety. How did they public, two mighty figures appeared on walls; The e Is to of political rights, that It Is necessary that do It? By fighting? No' there were not the continent destined to affect all his- did not have the courage to say, "Get man, whether he produces on his own of thedissatisfaction result hardIt times, and thee behind me, Satan," but vwho said. land or as a tenant. You say, some of the state gets no and should be set apart at least one day enough merchants to fight the soldiers, there benefit from It Who tory. One was rcter, afterwards called "Come along. Satan, we will weigh up them make money. Yes, there are some does? Why, som three or four conout of the year, when business shall be but that they might make their power Peter the Great of Russia, and the other .snunended, when the people shall be gath felt In government, and by the multipli- was Charles XII of Sweden. Charles was this tobacco." (Applause and 'laughter.) men who csn make money on an Island tractors. to cite to you this Instance. I I want In thlt way and that and the other they with nothing but a goat and an ash hopIn unity, they could ered In public assemblies, to study the cation of their forces had a clerk of one of those contractors Impress tipon the government arguments a- mightier soldier than Peter, but Peter discouraged, and then they said to the per, but I am talking about the average say to me last fall, speaking In very uncproblems of labor? Peter, went farmers' unions, we will not buy from man. You say they make a living. I omplimentary terms of the present govl to them, which no one knew better than Charles. We speak of the constructive genius of that Into the shipyards of thr Dutch and the you. Not because they did not need your claim that the man who works In this ernor of Kentuckyt "Whet do you think the times that lias inrented machinery man s argument would. Why. he la that fellow did only factories of the and The government outlawed them pass produce things, toKngllsh things,learned to products? Hut because you are organ country la entitled to more than a living. Just ruining our business. He pardoned arm has .by which the capacity of man's to create make multiplied by a thousand, and In ed statutes to punish them, confiscated wealth. What was he going to do with Ixed. What crime Is there In that? Do He is entitled to make that, and to make out of that penitentiary two oflhe very been best 'workmen we had. They were a which the arts have been multiplied, un their property. Merchants were the first It? He had foresight and brains tq .know not the statutes of my state und the con a more comfortable home for his growing couple of young fellows, who were put In stitution of my commonwealth to and til those t hi net which were at one time organisation outlaws. They were not that In wealth lay all ultimate power, and permit tt? Is It not true authorise family conditions surround willIt with there when about eighteen- - years old, for which that every those make manslaughter. They were bright young regarded as the rarest luxuries, have called "Night lUders." but It means the Charles relied upon his ranks and col They other class of people from sign painters It un attractive place during tho fellows and smart. years, had been In same thing, because the purpose was to become of the commonest enjoyment there seven or eight and they umns of fearless swords, upon their to rnagnites In Wsll street have, alt com- childhood during and ths lives become skilled workmen, aa cuttershad In And we are apt, I am afraid, to attri annihilate and scatter ths concentration prowess and courage, and Intrepidity, e ths shoe department. bined to better their conditions, and what of these children. He has a right to They were actually of their power. The merchants did not "bute this In the main. If not entirely, to leisure enough for those children worth seven or eight doHam a day apiece quit. They continued to contend and to and upon his own daring and skill. For Is there Est prevents my ddlng It? They what we .call genius, the exceptional In to us. but do you know organise, and so history records It that years he drove Peter of Russia, but Peter said you must not. We will not buy that they may be kept oat of the tobacco pardoned both of thoso that y feHows t nces, where men like Edison or FulI" patch and put In the schools where their daughter,) The Idea Is they were getaway back yonder before Edward IV, finally overcame him. You say, "by force from you. We will starve you. ton or Franklin have, out of their brains of arms?" No, by force of money, by ting them at eighty cents aplere, where minds and their hands and their hearts they their assiduity, they wero powerful enough to go to 'their corrupting his troops and his subjects, and of their toll and of could not strike and could hardly Reason of Violence. msy be trained to make of them the best sick, If they did not do a produced these marvels of mechanism, by king and say to him. "If you want to nnd sowing dissension In his ranks, by Then It was that these reckless, law possible rltlsens of the state, and to 7et day's and where. work, they had a gteat big which the labors of the world have been carry on your wars, we will contribute a severing the ties that bound his allies to less spirits, feeling that the law was Im make of them fit competitors of thT gen- strapping fellow with a lessened and at the same time multiplied. part of our stores In the way of taxts. him precisely the tactics used In Hit potent as to them, forsaken by the power to cut their blood. That Is the system In by which toll has been softened and the As a gift? No; as payment for corre IMS by the American Tobacco Co. In of government, having nothing else eration north toof yonder Ohio river. He Kentucky, ine uoor or tnose two boys has a right lay up a competence for was worth seven or eight dollars a day In fruits of labor have been expanded. Out sponding benefits to be received from Kentucky. to do, as they said It that time which should all the market, and here It was smtd sla- a What benefits? Is to give to the sold it one not Justnor even, praise altogether to you." Merchants' Guild. The recognition People don't learn many new tricks. to strike blindly as their ancestorsexcept lay up, theagainst day, andwefor old age. pittance, It were..contractors,a right Infor had rslny very, What are you though they Tou have to punmen, I dare say. In the of the tli good many ways of done In the centuries bsck, strike Ignor-antl- and for decrepit members of the family. ish a as learn a man for crime, but you haw mt going to do? We will congregate In largest part to them. Capital, It Is true, playing old ones. The artisans had form aye, strike criminally. They He hss a right to lay by something In right to rob him. You have the 'rlrht la - towns and you give us charters under ibas Its Just sliare In the ereat achievetake a man's life for certain capital ofed their guilds successfully, had main struck, and the law was broken, and the rnents which have been wrought Just be ths royal hand by which we will have the tained and manipulated them la a way, press was Inflamed by the outraged law. the bank. He has a right to expands he fences, hut If be had not been convicted has a right to grow, he has a right to of that capital offense, you have no tight y us and are being-worked In lawful authority, to exercise prerogatives until finally, although for a long time Society was shocked. They iblnd condemned have hope, fair and Just hope. He has to break his life. of government In tills locality. The king our midst. So also the geniuses have punished, fined, bsyoneted, them. They said, "Hang them. the same right that these other people Would Abolish System. bargain, and that Is the foun- outlawed, they from their brains, the marvels to struclr-th- e scourged, survived. The president They asked me what I thought about It I which wo have alluded, but the applies dation of the town charter, under which of the United States, In a public address t am going to repeat to you what I said, have to Improve conditions at home. AU tern. propose to abolish that contract eye. 1 propose, so far as the free laboi that the laws give him. all that the Con It not long since, commended tlon of these things, the execution of you people of Hartford live on the outside Is concerned, to remove the labor because I have not changed my mind. 1 ithem has fallen to the lot of labor in the has grown. It has developed, but tt was unions as Instruments of public benefac said that lawlessness should be repress stitution of Kentucky guarantees him Is thai competition which It now haa to bear fair, reasonable price for what he so unjustly. Do you ask, are you going upon the experience thst I recite founded main. distinguished predecessor ed by the power of the law. There raises. His to permit these fellows to remain Idler to you, and was developed out of the ne tion. No, that Is not good for them nor the also declared that the should be no compromise with crime. Man a Creator. I Arbltrste Disputes. cessities which I have stated. From that state. I propose to keep them at work hud unions been boon a to Is where tho trouble came. There It Is proposed in the platform upon at the best work they can do and I proDid you ever stop to reflect that when has sprung the whole system of munici They had Improved the If I had stopped there, I would have been was said thut man was, created in the pal government which we enjoy In Amer- mankind. which I am running for the office pose to pay them for It. In other words, conditions of the laborers. Mode a a good fetlow, but I put In that "but" I let theirs what flmfi(f ett find, thai It meant that man ica. governor, and which I propose to exe to will that work or a fair be sold for combring upon It market In better employed, better contented, better believe It Is not only the privilege but the of was .created a creator; and no man (ufllls cute, If elected, among other things, that petition with the work outside, at the The merchants were traders. There paid set of people, ensbled them to do of to go outside aell the purpose of his creation who Is not a were no manufacturers, save those who better work In a better wsy, aye, eha' duty andthe government cause to the bot In disputes arising between capital and same price (hat the laborershave tom theirs for. Then creator? He must make things. He must worked with their hands. There were but bled them to build the great fabric which this great discover the which underlying labor, between employer and employed, case for complaint they will a disturbance has aroused there shsll be provided a tribunal under crime, he ought to bIt a. man commitshis something to the world's stock of few and crude Implements by which tuii punished, but we' now call modem commercialism, the a peaceful-peopl- e to acts of violence, this the law for their wife and his children have committed no wealth, to what the world needs, to what things could be made. Hut these man great settlement mechanical age In which ws live. cause that has made criminals of these crime, and why should the state punish There the world wants. Not the man alone who ufacturers In time came to band together. praise them, the statutes of the Kentucklans, and whatever that cause Is, common was a time In the history of the them? If he commits a crime, he Is In.exchanges it, who carries It from place and the men who employed them, who They Including law under which we lire, when carcerated In the penitentiary perhaps for states, the statutes of Ken to dig It out by the roots and destroy It men had a right to settle their disputes a term of years, maybe for his Ufa, That tt place, who swaps It one for the .other, furnished the capital. Joined the Mer tucky; In .explicit terms commend, ap Now, then; was tho trouble. I said too or property or any does not absolve him from his obligation ttut the man who takes the raw product chants' Guild, and Joined the class of prove, and make lawful those organlza other matter, by support that wife and those children. much to please the people who wanted to was called "waxea of battle"; that what to Is still his duty morally Is to It and out of that erects, builds, creates governing authority, while the men who lions. So they have lived through the let things stay as they were. My legally. point say, that the two disputants would state Instead of selling his tabor to and oontrsctora something that the world must have. worked, who tolled, who made things, centuries and survived to a time when Is, I do not wartt to drive an Idea through their differences, and the Judge for a pittance, my Idea Is to cash his laWe are In the habit, however, of called the artisans, were still unorganwould bor at Its fair value, pay the expenses of they have 'ceased to be scourged and out their heads with a bayonet I want to get say, this subject of Labor day .as a ised, with the Guild of the employers tell which one of you is keeping him In that Institution, and regovernment un the Idea In there by peaceful means, and right "I I can't propose the mit the balance to that wife and. to those apart for those who labor as or upon the one hand and the power of the tawed as are enemies ofas will day set this way to the friend of to prevent crime rather than to have to whose horse It is. You two fellowssettle children that they may live. (Applause.1. til they crowned get tlsans In the shops and mines and mills government upon the other, until they mankind. There Is one other feature that I want punish crime after It Is committed. Not out in the square field and flxht. and factories and upon the railroads and had a sorry enough lot Indeed. and the lo call attention to aa affecting the During all these years the we will not punish the crime already on of Kentucky, This Is entirely too narrow an ap These laborers were necessarily con plodded along and plowed. farmer has that that licks, it Is his horse." In those laboring people laboring people and parHe has committer, but that It Is better for so days It paid to be a stout man. ticularly those who are tpllcallon of the sentiment of the hour. It gregated also about the towns and vil- reaped Of not un organised people. We lire under his harvests and taken them ciety that it be not committed, rather course, soon cams to be government of law, not of men, not of da for all who honorably labor. Those I lages where the merchants were, thst Is, to got When to than to have tt committed and then have but you that be amased to discarded, a he market will have named. Included? Yes. Dut to the manufacturers, and they saw what know that majorities. The law Is the government ha stood around and said to tt punished In this wise was once the law. I want to submit to lust, socountry. If the laws bebut If and those who labor upon the farm as well. their employers had achieved by the for- market Is your government, the the man to whom he wanted to sell. Now, for that, there were some people you my hearers here Vrom the humble plowboy to the landlord, mation of these guilds; therefore, they that this Is laws be unequal and unjust, so Is your What will you give me?" And me a "Night Hlder," because. government because no executive, no such an Incorrect and such an unworthy Judge from the maid In the kitchen to the mis undertook to and did form the laborers' set the price. He took his moneythe man who called can give you other relief than the and he as a Kentucklan, I wanted to see a con mviiiuu tu cimiijk r, treju of the home. All who contribute by gtulds, called Labor Unions. They went across the street to uispuics o( inai laws of the land afford. Who store, to peace restored In Kentucky, and that It Is unbecoming this enlight laws? We popularly suppose makes the toll to the amelioration of the world's were formed upon the same principle pre- man who wanted to sell the which the Uitlon of who created the wealth In Ken It Is the the the men ened age. Therefore. I take advantage of people. That Is not true. The laws nr condition, to making It happier and bet cisely. It was In this way that they farmer wanted to buy, that and the who department We cr. to making it more serviceable to wanted to get a better share of the What will you take?" And he said. tucky,were men very were the very basis, this opportunity to commend and to con made by the legislative genrrul assembly. cull It In Kentucky the man who the themelves and dedicating It In a broader1 fruits of their labor from their employ- set the price. The farmer didn't the It at state, In supporting itfoundutlon of the gratulate the president of the United The people elect the general assembly and set and maintaining It, your Frankfort to field to their progeny, this day Is set ers. They said, In substance: 'Tour all. He paid for It. The matter has gone should ha made prosperous and happy. States for his efforts In behalf of the you send them tonever adjourn make what but cause of peace throughout the world, laws, and they apart to all such. wealth and your wisdom are entitled to along thut way through all these centuKentucky the That Is what I wanted to see, and what and In having entered Into the treaties say, people of thank God. heave a sigh and "Well, be paid for, but Isn't our toll, our sweat, that bunch lias great painter put upon the I want to see yet There are eighty thou- with France Past Was Different. gone home at last" (Applause.) What N the- giving of our lives, also entitled to ries, until a canvas and In verse that nightmare In sand of these men In Kentucky engaged It la providedand Great Hrltaln, In which Is the matter? You were hopeful when that International disputes you sent them there. You are Invariably it has not always been thus, my coun- be paid for?" The employer said: "Don't trymen. Strange to say, singular to note, we pay you enough for you to live upon, poetry, "The Man With the Hoe?" with in the culture of this product, a product shall be submitted to a court of arbitra disappointed when they oome bck. the receding brow, with the stooped form. peculiar to Kentucky's soil, In which tion, where the differences may be set Why, i do not mean to Imply tliat every for centuries upon centuries the man who to keep your soul and body together?" his whole sky overcast with clouds, soli Kentucky has practically a monopoly of the tled upon Intelligent grounds and not by genllemnu who has been tohopes leglslu-tur- e labored wus despised. There was a mark Dut the artisan answered, "I am a man. tary, helpless, benighted. or Is now going or to go. The picture of the world's supply, a market that Is force of arms. et between him and those who ruled. It Is my duty to raise man. I am entiwould fall In his measure of responsl. God forbid It should ever be growing day by day and extending year the farmer. Not only ought thst to be so Interna blllty. What I do mean to suy- and You would think that he only who had tled to the opportunities of a man, to more than fancy. He has worked all by year all over the world; a product that tionally, but It ought to be so here. A charge Is that a majority of them have committed the crime of fratlclde should grow, to expand, to become broader, more failed, dismally fulled, Ignomlnlously tiiiye placed upon his forehead a mark to useful, and to have at least some pleas- these years, and Anally he woke up and draws heavily also upon the muscles and tribunal created by the law, sustained failed, aye, fatally failed, to the n by the people, In which, arbitrators, that of popular government In Kendistinguish him from his fellows, but so- ure In tills world." Ho the laborers form- said; "Didn't the merchants combine endurance of the men who produce It for their mutual protection and advanceIt has come down to this. You tried Is to say, Impartial triers of the fact, are tucky ciety put a brand upon the man who la- ed their guilds, so that the multiplication When they left here they left with you bored, the man with the calloused hand by their numbers of their Individual ment of their Interests us a class? Yes. It for years and years. You found tliat selected, and where they enter Judgment seal of approval und endorsement, undka Were they successful? Eminently so, for the high cost of living tliat we hear so according to the rights and upon the con- refer to all of the districts of KentuM trength would be strong enough to with have .they not now mid. the stooped form and the sun-bebecome the princes of much about In the papers and at the sciences of enlightened men. In these nnd not Ohio county. What caused Ktiiow brjow, he who wore the wooden shoes, stand the oppression of the consciencefortune? Have they not become Napo- stores Is a fact Everything else has conflicts between cspltsl and Hut as we to miscarry In executing the commission tu bo dubbed labor, who less men who employed them. I do not leons of finance? Have they not corns to gone up except what you that they bore? They met folks up there have to selL call It, In which there Is a lock-owho are caricatured In mean to say that even then, much less on who were not "flttln " company for unpeople ithV'su-calle- d funny papers of the country now, all employers were conscienceless. be those who hold the scepter of power What Is the matter? I think there Is a one side or u strike on the other. In which sophisticated country always lo associate In the world?" The farmer to get to the cause the rights of labor or the rights of the with. They, were said: cause. My y as a ildiculous old fellow with or hard gentlemen, always polite, always courteWhat I do mean "Mia'X the artisan also pursue also same and removeIdeaIt Is with Judgments the of employer are supposed to have ous, always kindly, and ulways corrupt. iboot too Urge, baggy breeches and an to say Is that some of them were, and tactics as his employer? What has been the courts of the people, by executing breached by one side or the other, been u.nughter and applause.) They ar old shirt without a collar und long goat-chi- n some of them are so the laborers. and his success? Ho had a long fight and. a the laws of the people under the oaths In which there Is a third party concern- known as professional lobbilits. We call whiskers and a straw In his mouth, that Is, the artisans, followed In the foot You know the "Third House.' fight, but hard still sum and upon the consciences of ths people. ed, that Is to say, the whole community, them are two houses to the legislature, the there lie Is the type of laboring man upon the steps of their employers. First, they got of It, all Is he has succeeded. Not by violence, but here In your courts the senate and the lower house. This Is there Is no tribunal now for the furm, in tho eyes of the funny people, together. What they achieved since Is until the statute books of the coun where the people rule. I said there were ment of that kind of a dispute, settle- the "Third House." It you would speak who do not labor. I speak of that only largely because of the fact tliat they did try approve' him, and until and so of them right In many Instances, you In- this state and enough vir the president they fight It out Strikers have no re would say "The House.' to point you to this truth: That there re- get together, and were able to stick to of the greatest Christian country In the enough laws tue and power In those laws to punish They except to appeal to the employer secretly. always work slyly, clandestinely, mains now a remnant et the Idea prevail- gether. They never nude a speech, but applauds him, and until society those whoroppriMsed the people, and to dress world Of course, the man who hss already bro they are powerful tn whispering-- . (Lauch-ter.- ) ing away back yonder, that the men spurt a day and write It In red let- relieve the people of oppression. sets Stumbled st First They may not get up early tn the who labored, who worked, were of a difken bis contract Isn't going to give Judg 1 DECLAKED ters and christens It "Labor Day" TO YOU THEN, AND ment ugalnst they elf un late at night himself. Or the employer morning, labutthe baneful poisoning inferent claw from the men who ruled. The They were an Ignorant people. Ignorant I IIKPEAT TO YOU That TJIAT who locks the laborers out has no re Farmers Organise Last. men who ruled claimed as a matter of so fur us education went, Illiterate, un fluence has for THEUB IS ENOUQII POWEIt AND dress except to appeal to them, and they dominatedthat legislature twenty peura right, us a matter of auttiorlty, as a mu- taught, the of Kentucky, Now, where, do we come In? Trailing They were unchrlstlunlsed. tter of rightful power, Ibe privilege of rough people. They were tt coara peo- along behind, but nevertheless there, they KNOUaii VIHTUE, IN THKLAWS OF will probably decide their own cases In has suspended section after section of the KENTUCKY TO KEDttKSS BVEItY their own favor. No man Is a fit man to constitution for twenty years, many of working these other men and of taking ple away back yonder. It wus notlilug said we will try this organisation busiy them unexecuted and no attempt the fruits of their labor and applying It but natural that they should resort to ness ourselves. For what purpose? Tho WItONQ COMMITTED AGAINST YOU. try his own controversy. The two forces made to execute them standing there THERE IS NO OCCASION TO ItKSOltT being unable to agree, they must stsrveout, empty and meaningless to the peopls of to their liumediate necessities, even to the Implement ut their hunds to get what most peaceful people that the world has TO VIOLENCE. THE ONLY THINii IS . 1. I ...... t..nl... XVSMkUvnj, h..t.L,l,l..t..n.ll.M mil U iiviniuiiiaiiuiua their luxuries. freeze out, force out or fight It out When Is, couched In the languujte of Deity, inII they regarded were their rights. The ever known In all of its history, are those say. Ilefoie the time of Christ and ever since luws gave- them none. To whom could who touch the soil with their hands. It TO GET HOLD OF THE' LAWS AND there comes a fight, thcro is a breach of Ing lo each member, "Thou shall tin so the name and so." the rul'u whs thut the man with the they go for protection? To the masters was so In thiTdays of AbeL It Is so In APPLY Til EM, AND APPLY THEM IN the laws of the state, property Is de and of theIn sovereign people by the authorstrongest arm und the boldest heart, who of the town who already" owned their la- this year of our Lord, 1911, It has never THE HiailT SPiUIT, TOO. NOT OP- - stroyed, lives' are sacrificed, blood Is shed. ity for fear they won't doofIt.Kentucky. And fur feur NOT TO MAKE THE the peace and quiet wielded most skilfully the sharpest sword, bor? To the king and his council, who been otherwise. They are ths peopls of PHESHIVELY, is disturbed. What the promises which thy made will not wus the most Important man In the com- got their revenues from the masters of peace. They are the people of docility. THUST PAY YOU TWELVE CENTS Is the remedy? Let them fight It out, you bind them sufficiently, they are required to take la the presence of munity, and when enough of them would the town? That was hopeless. Bo they, They are the most patient, longsulferlnK KOlt YOUH SIX CENT TOI1ACCO. say. No. There ought to be some bet lieuvrn an oath taking their seats, high that THAT WOULD NOT HE JUST. HUT ter remedy than that In this enlightened they will before and exeoute the constituobey band together In adventure, In exploits In blind fury, striking out Instinctively, people, of all of (ho peoples of the world. TO PIIKVENT THE TIIUBT GETTING uge, so we propose thlst To provide a tion and luws of1 Kentucky. N'otwlth upon the Held of battle, they would run used force, brute force, cruel force, de- Ho they saw where the markets for their standing the oath, TOBACCO FOH cuurt of arbitration, to which there down und run over this other class, must mo uuiiauiuuon aim and notwithstanding vastating force, wicked force, the kind of products have been restricted by their YOUH TWBLYE CENT ouiwiinstnnmng ine them singly, ridding them of their force, that Is always used In war. What business competitors getting together In SIX CENTS. be submitted compulsorlly, as you ore re- publlo demand and the public good, they property. And these with swords estab- wus the result? The centuries have gone, closer union, until competition Is finally The Tobarco Crop. quired to submit for settlement your dis- have failed In their duty. Now, the power that can do that is Indeed power, and lished authority over those with the plow gradually the race has grown In wisdom extinguished, so that those to whom they What Is the difference to the people of putes as to property or contracts to the, It Is a dangerous power. nnd tho hoe, und those with the swords and goodness and Christianity. Kentucky hss set before It the same Occasell esro combined Into one or two or three Kentucky? You raise four hundred mil courts, ull disputed between capital and progressive policies which having thus established uuthorlty, d sionally you will seo bud men, wicked purchaser", and those from whom they lion pounds of tobacco In this state ev- labor, where they will be Impartially adopted. In every stale In the have been union, to It by force, and that they called men, untaught men In these tried; where, when the Judgment hi ren which they have been presented, from buy are likewise combined into one or ery year. At six cents a pound. It Is Koveriiment, and that they willed to their guilds that use force, use It because they two or threo sellers, and here we stand, it At twelve cents you would gtt dered, It will be enforced, as the sheriff New Jersey to California. In no Instance them, whether chlldien and to Iht-l- children's children. do not know there. Is any other wuy great, Inert, unorganised mass. IM.OOO.OOO more. Where? In the treas- now enforces the Judgments of this court hhve the people rejected espoused It was a Democrat who To make It binding, they Invented the They haven't any better Judgment The What do you say to him. und what does ury ut Frankfort? No, Uelonglng to the by tho execution of the law, and In this Ilk Wood row Wilson of New Jersey, them, or a fiction that it wus derived from Heaven. result Is these tabor strikes und upheav- he ssy to himself? Let us lirfilate what bunks and merchants? No, Uelonglng way breaks up this striking and locking Kopubllcsu Ilka Johnson in California. The people have In nearly every instance You have heard of the divine right of als that throw the country Into turmoil, others uro doing under our noses snd do- to the farmers, $ (4,000,000 made by these out and frevtlng out business. udoptrd the progressiva policy, and If lilngs: thut they hud a tight to rule their bring confusion and distress, work de ing so successfully What Is It in ur tobacco funner In a lifetime? No, in a Kentucky falls, she will be the first one Convict Labor, fellows, lu enact a toll, uud they did It struction, uye, commit rrutltles. to stick in go culling thut should commit us, to ever- year every year. Tho difference repreThere Is one other feature of our plat- - ward. And the mud and refuse lostht forif Kentucky falls, will In this way iiioio frequently thun not, in represents the differ form to which 1 want especially to call What are we to Uo? Disband and sj lasting drudgery und our children to a sented Is what? It fall alone because of party bias, a bias ia of sucu a legime. thut It buck to ths old conditions or endure hopeless, future If they should follow in ence between tt mortgage and a new your attention ins iuuw as bearing upon the that would obscure her Judgment as4 labit proposition, that is, our declaration blind her yUJpb, (AyplauaeJ these oulbteaks? Neither one,. Thw Is our steps! Why it U that the youth buggy. A voice; "Or an automobile?" Ks by the Emnllng of JUDGE L OH monopoly SPEAKS I d he it pre-duc- would-appea- pro-vic- it but. to-d- tio-iu- to-d- to-d- cnar-ucte- - destruc-structlo- s, hay-sred- s, d to-da- TO-DA- tal-1- main-saine- r to-d- e tfUmUr 21, 1911 tenched his horsw with a whip, ass tbe vehleis fell Itto the endless, but lag line. CHAPTER XXI. A Silo of Paner. the light of returnlnr ceasclousnesa finally pierced the blaek lethargy that enshrouded hlra. Mr. Qrlmm'a mind was a chaos of vagrant, absurd fantasies; then slowly, slowly, realisation struggled back to Its own. and he came to know things. First was the knowledge that be was lying flat on his back, on a couch, It seamed; then, that ho was (n the dark an utter, abject darkness. And finally came an overwhelming sense of si THE CITIZEN crackle ef psptr. At frst he aMdal understand, then he. knew tbat the woman had pinned a paper to the lapel of his coat. Finally she straight ened np. aad took two steps' away from him, after whleh came a pause. His keenly attuned ears .caught her faint breathing, tbea the rustle of her skirts as she turned back. Bho was leaning over him again her lips touched his forehead, barely; again there was a quick rustling of skirts, the door croaked, and silence, deep, oppressive, overwhelming alienee. Isabel) Was he dreaming? And Iben be ceased wondering and fell to remembering her kiss light as air and tbe softly spoken "Tbnnk Qodl" Bho did enre, then) She. had understood, that day! The kiss of a woman beloved 'Is a splendid heart tonic. Mr. Qrlmm straightened up suddenly on tho couch, himself again. He. touched tho slip of paper which she bad pinned to his coat to mako sure it war not all a dream, after which he recalled tbe fact that whllo he had heard the door creak beforo she went out he had" not heard It creak afterward. Therefore, (ho door was open. She bad left It open. Purposely? That waa beside the question at the moment. And why how waa she In Washington? Pondering, that question. Mr. Qrlmm'a excellent teeth clicked sharply together and he rose. He knew tho answer. The compact was to be signed the alliance which would array the civilized world in arms. He had failed to clock tbat, aa he thought It Miss Thorne had returned, then Prince Denedetto d'Abrunl, who held absolute power to sign the compact for Italy, Franco and Spain, bad also returned. Stealthily feeling- his way as he went Mr. Qrlmm moved toward the door leading to freedom, guided by the fresh draft of air. He reached the door It was standing open and a moment later stepped out Into the star-li- t night. It was open country here, with a thread of white road Just ahead, and farther along a frlngo oi shrubbery. Mr. "Orlmm reached ths road,. Far down it a pin point In tbe night, a light flickered' through interlacing branches. Tbe tall lamp of oa automobile, of coursel Mr. Qrlmm left the road and skirted a sparse hedge In the direction of tbo light. After a moment bo heard the engine of an automobile, and saw a woman barely discernible step Into the car. As It started forward he staked everything on one bold move, and won, his reward being a narrow sitting space la .the rear of the car, hidden from its occupants by the tonneau. One mile, two miles, three miles they charged through the night and still he clung on. At laat there came relief. "That's the place, where tbe lights are Just ahead." Them' waa no mistaking that voice raised above the clamor of the engine. Tbe car slackened speed, and Mr. Orlmm dropped oft and darted behind some convenient bushes., And the first thing be did there was to light a match, and read what waa written or the slip of paper pinned to his coat It was, simply: "Mr Dear Mr. Orlmm: "By the time jrou read this the compact will have been aigned, and your efforts to prevent It, splendid as tbey were, futile. It Is a tribute to you that It was unanimously agreed tbat you must be accounted for at tbo time of the signing, hence the drugging la the restaurant; It was only an act ot kindness that I should come here to see that all waa well with you, and leave the door open behind mo. "Delleve me when I say that you are one man In whom I have never been disappointed. Accept this as my farewell,, for now I assume, again the name and position rightfully mine. And know, too, that I shall alwaya cherish the belief that you will re member me aa 'Tour friend. - Ptgc Stm SERIAL 8T0RY Prophet Ezekiel a Watchman Saefcy for Oct. 1, SptelaBf Arranfd lor Tbk BEREfl Five Great Schools Under One ManageMtat FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE THE MOUNTAINS What Arc Year Talents T What Are Your Alms? Berea Has the Training That Is Best Por YOU. When Se! La VEItBES-lT-TEXT-"II--ar rpr Hit ELUSIVE M. MEMOItr GOLDEN the word at my mouth, and give them warning from LKHON TKXT Eteklel I. PP ISABEL By lence. JACQUES FUTRELLE ItfmjtrmHiu kr M. IIIIHJt I. SYNOPSIS. Italian ambaa- ToubI ffl ftodnt. th aader. la at dinner with diplomat writn summon mm to in em y. whfrt a beautiful youna woman ball, alia for a Uektt to th to nidi out In th nam of Th alias Isatxt Thorn. Chlf CampUII of th crt rvlc. and Mr. Orlmm. hi head dttacUT. ar warnd that a plot la lira wins in waaMBSton, ana (irimm so to th tat bail (or Information. Ill at- ttntwn m calixl to mi Isabel Thorn, who with h eemnanlon. dlaaDDeara. A hot I hoard and Bnor Alvares of th Mexican location. It found wounded. Qrlmm I aaurd Ml Thorn did It! h Tim nr. ucmano-manowiear oi in affair, and um!i Metro Petrounnl. Mil Thorn vMt an old and they rtlaoua a wonderful experiment. Fifty thousand dollar I dolrn from th office cf Banor llodrtgucz, th minister from Veneiuela, and whll detective ar In- vwia-atmaMl tn Thorn ap para as a curstrcbtxrr legation. Orlmm of th aecua of th thft: th money u myilery rtoTd. but a nw Monaleur occur In Holti'irur tb dlaappearanc of Mia th French ambaeaador. Wualv Thorn rappar. bearing a letter which in amnaMaaor na lain inai detnandlna ransom. Deen aiu narxd aad Th am baasador return and a rain tranceljr tater h I rracunl from an old houa In th suburb. It la dUcorered that Metro I'atroilunl ahot Scnor Alvares and that h Is 1'rlnc d'Abrunl. arlmni Ixures In a mysterious Jail delivery. It order both Ml Thorn and d'Abrunl io Irar th country: they r corrreyed to Nw Tork and placed on a ateauxr mtnxf ttkt rnty bomb-make- r, hr wui nrrrn. CHAPTER XX "Your (Continued.) ously. pspert" be Inquired courte Mr. Grimm was still gaxlng dream Jly oat of the window. "I beg pardon," Insisted tho newcomer pleasantly. He folded the pa-er one and replaced It oa the table. One band lingered for just tbe fraction of a moment above Mr. Qrlmm'a iofee-cu-p. Aroused by the remark, Mr. Qrlmm glanced amBd. "Ob, tkaak you," be apologise hastily. "I didn't bear you at first Thank you." r sodded, smiled and Tho passed on, taking a seat two or three tablet dawn. Apparently this txUHng courtesy had broken the apetl ef reverie, for Mr, Orlmm secured around to the table again, draw his coffee-cu- p toward blm. and dropped la the single lump of sugar, lie 14.1 y stirred It for a as his eyes turned again toward tbe opes window, then he lifted" the tlajr cup and emptied It A fain be aat moUoaless for a long only time, aad thrice tbe a few feet away, glanced at him narrowly. And bow, It seemed, a peculiar drewslaeea. was overtaking Mr. Orlmm. Once he caught himself nod ding aad raised bla head with a Jerk. Thea ho noticed tbat tbe arc lights in tbe street were wobbling curiously. and he fell to wondering wby that sin glo flame sparkled at the apex of the capitol dome. Thugs around him grew hasy, yague, unreal, and then, aa if realising tbat something waa the matter with blm, he came to his reet .Ue took one step forward Into tbe pace between tbe tables, reeled, at tempted to, steady himself by holding on to a chair, then everything grew clack about blm, and he pitched for ward on tbe floor. Ilia faco was dead white; bla Angers moved a little, nerr-- eusly, weakly, then they were still Several people roso at the sound r or the falling body, aad tbe hurried forward. His coat sleeve as he caught tho empty deml-ts'se- , stooped, aad swept It to the floor, where It waa shattered. The bead waiter and another came, and those diners who had risen came new-comebo-mea- t, -new-come-new-comepell-insl- For a while he lay motionless, with not even the movement of an to Indicate consciousness, wrapped In a delicious languor. Gradually this passed and the feeble flutter of his heart grew Into a steady, rhythmic beat. The keen brain was awaken lng; he was beginning to remember. What bad happened! He knew only that In some manner a drug had been administered to 4ilm, a bitter dose tasting of opium; that speechlessly. ne bad fought against It. that he bnd risen from the table In the restaurant, and that be bad fallen. Alt tbe rest was blank. With eyes still cloaed. and nerve less hands Inert at hla aldea he listen ed, the while be turned the situation over In speculative mood. The waiter bad"admlnlitered the drug, of course, unless unless It had been tbe courte ous stranger who had replaced tbe newspaper on tbe tablet That thought opened new fields of conjecture. Mr, Qrlmm bad no recollection of ever having seen him before; and he bad paid only the enforced attention of politeness to him. And why had tbe drug been administered? Vaguely, Incoherently, Mr. Qrlmm Imagined that In some Way It bad to, do with the great International plot of war In which Miss Thorao was so delicate and vital an Instrument. Where was bet Conjecture stopped there. Evidently he was where the courteous' gentleman In the restaurant wanted him to be. A prisoner? Prob ably. In danger? Long, careful at tention to detail work In the Secret Service had convinced Mr. Qrlmm that he was always In danger. That was one reason and tho best why he bad lain motionless, without so, much as lifting a finger, slnco that first glimmer of consciousness hsd his brain. He was probably under scrutiny, even In the darkness, and for the present It was desirable to accommodate any chanco watcher by remaining apparently unconscious. And so for a long time he lay, list ening. Waa there another person In the room?' Mr. Qrlmm'a ears were keenly alive for the Inadvertent shuf fling of a foot; or the sound of breath lag. Nothing. Eves the night roar of the city was missing; the silence eye-las- h was carried Into axil n. C. (97, In tho econl deportation by Nebuchadnezzar from Jerusalem; when lc.MO were carried to Babylon with Kins Jeholarhln. The prophecy of this leieon was written B. C. 602, five years later. The first 24 chapters of Ezekiel, concern-tt- e tha destruction of, Jerusalem wer II. C. written during tha 4 years IH wa the beginning ot th last sleeo ot Jerusalem which ended In its complete destruction. PLACD-T- he Book of Bzeklel was writ-te- n ( h Cornhlll) on the river at Cliebar, one ot the large canal of Babylonia, running acros the plain between the Euphrates and the Tigris. TIMK-'-EzcklS. Tl-abl- m." Etk. HIT. "I Imagine It's Nothing More Serious Than Indigestion." was oppressive. At last he opened his eyes. A pall of gloom encompassed blm a pall without one rift of light His Angers, moving slowly, explored the limits of the couch whereon be lay. Confident, at last, tbat wherever he was, he was unwatched, Mr. Orlmm was on tbe point of concluding tbat further Inaction waa useless, when his "ISABEL THORNE. "P. S. The prince and I left the steamer at Montauk Point, on a tug boat" Mr. Qrlmm kissed the uoto twice. (TO DH CONTINUED.) then burned It mora slowly. "What's the matter?" asked the bead waiter anxiously. was supportAlready the ing Mr. Qrlmm oa his knee, and flicking, water in his (ace. "Nothing serious, I fancy." he answered shortly. "Ho's. subject to these little attacks." -What are theyt Who Is hsf The stranger tore at Mr. Orimm's cellar until It came loose, then he fell to baling the still hands. "11a Is a Mr. arlmni, a government employee I know him," be answered again "1 Imagine It's notblag more aerioua than Indigestion." A little knot bad gathered about , them, with offers of assistance. "Walter, hadn't you better send for a physlelaaT" some one .suggested. "I'm a Baysiolan." tbe atracger put immUwtly. "Have some one calL a cak aad I'll see that he's taken fcesa. M bappeaa that ws lire in tbe aaast atftrtmeat house, juet a few Moeka firem here." , Obedient to the erUply-apekea tah waa 4aUed.,aad flva talattUe later Mr, Qrlmm. EtUl Insea-Wel- knew, The hands were fumbling at hM was MM lata K. The granger Mk a seat beaUa kim, the eahby breast again, and there, waa the sharp now-coma e, straining cars caught the faint grating of metal against metal perhaps tbe Insertion of a key In the lock. Ills bands grew still; his eyes closed. And after a moment n door creaked slight-on Its hinges, and a breath of cool air Informed Mr. Qrlmm that tbat open door, wherever It was, led to tbe outside, and freedom. There was another faint creaking aa tbe door was shut Mr. Orimm's nerveless bands closed Involuntarily, and his. Hps were set together tightly. Waa It to be a knlfo thrust In the dark? If not then what? He expected the flare of a match; Instead there was a soft thread, and the rustle of skirts. A woman I Mr. Qrlmm'a caution waa all but forgotten In his surprise. As tbe steps drew nearer bla clenched Angers loosened; he waited. Two hands stretched forward la the dark, touched him simultaneously one oa the face, one oa tbe breast. A singular thrill shot through him, but there waa not the flicker of an eye or the twitching of a finger. The woman It waa a woman seemed now to be bending over him, then he heard her drop on her kneea beside him, and ahe pressed an inquiring ear to bla left side. U waa the heart test "Thank Oodl" she breathed softly. It waa only by a masterful effort tbat Mr. Orlmm held himself limp and Inert, fer a atrange fragrance was en veloping him a fragrance he well 1 up before the scholars, she asked "Now, children, how many ot you know what Nearly every little one this Is?" shook his head, to Indicate Ignorance. One small boy and a couple ot little girls piped out, with great importance, "It's a poile, please, ma'am." nut no ono bad ever heard of a rosa. Most of the children had never seen one before. The teacher .put it In a, glass of water to preservo Jt and when school was dismissed each child was rendered supremely blissful bA the gift of a tiny petal. As they filed out ot tbe door, each little wnlf clutched his treasure tightly In hit small hand, while he murmured softly pie to himself tho name, "Pltty ty wose." the "Posle." A pathetlo incident occurred In the Waifs' school In Pittsburg. One of the teachers brought a beautiful red roso Appreciated to school, which, holding wo, Yasnaya Polyana. "Physicians.' be said, bitterly, look ing up from a plate of lentils, 'may be divided into two classes th radicals. who kin you. and the conservatives. who let you die.' " Expert Chefs en Vessels. The term, "sen of a sea cook" is no longer a tltie of reproach. The highly paid speeiallst who. presides ovsr tb kiteheas is a chef with an intsruttas al mutation. Our Doctors. 'The late Count Tolstoi loathed phy slelans." said, at a dinner In Washing ton, a Ilusalan diplomat 'You remember how Tolstoi ridlcalod physicians In 'War and Peace?' Well, I heard him ridicule three of them to their faces over a vegetarian dinner at "Qod name Excklel's means strengthens." He waa a priest, the son ot Hull, probably a family name. He was also one of the greatest of the prophets. He waa probably 10 years old when he began to prophesy In D. C. (97, which would put the date of his birth In Joslah's reign, about the time Jeremiah began to prophesy, and five years before Joslah's great reformation and the finding ot tbe book of the lav. He waa a married man; and the sudden death ot his wife was made by divine Instruction a lesson to tho people. Ho went on with his work "with n broken heart, but an unbroken purpose." He was a man of power and courage, hsldlug his face as adamant against wrong; but attractive and persuasive In encouraging tbo people to prepare for their return from exile. He wan a man of great Imagination, using simile, allegory, parables In action, symbols, symbolic actions. Ho saw visions, and dreamed dreams. He had spiritual experiences. Dut he was also the most practical of men. Ezeklefs model heroes were Noah, Job, Daniel. They all had lost their world, but "Noah Inaugurated: a new world; Job- - ended by seeing Qod in tho whirlwind." Daniel did great things for hla native country in his sew country. Ezekiel was an exile, but in tbat exile waa a mighty force In tho renewal of his native land. The Qod of Israel was an Invisible Qod, without any representation to the senses. It was hard for the peo ple to realize hla existence and his presence. It Is hard for us, but much harder for them. Tbe temple aad Us ritual were aa' aid. Qod'a works In nature were his manifestation. The visible effects of obedience, and dis obedience, were revelations of God's nature. But times of trial and dis aster at first hid his face from them aa atom clouds bide the sun. Hence la this dam period Ezekiel waa taught to express Qod'a presence, power, glory, goodness, providence, by apocalyptic symbols, I. e., by symbols which expressed ideas, but could sot be-- pat into any pictorial form which might lead to idolatry. The first chapter la a vision to these symbols, to make Ood real to the people; as to Job God made himself knowa la the whirlwind and the storm. Nothing is more suitable than that the voice of God should come from the whirlwind. For air, wind, la one of the chosen symbols of Qod working through his holy spirit, as at Pentecost. It Is Invisible, aa are the great natural forces of the earth. The prophet waa presented with a Hebrew roll, tho form In which their books were made, and was bidden to cat it Tho roll represented the word of Qod, bis message to Israel. Tbe prophet's eating tbe roll meant that ho was'to become so saturated with aod'8 message that it would become a part of his Terr being. This gives us "some guidance In forming a proper estimate of what is Involved in in spiration. The prophet la to absorb Into himself what is given him from above, and then give It out with bis own lips and In bis own language. "It was In my mouth as honoy fot sweetness," that is It was good In It self. Dut afterwards It became bitter, for It was a terrible message to give to bis people, so tbat Qod made his face as adamant harder than flint, for all tbe house ot Israel were Impudent and hard hearted. Ezekiel welcomed tbe watchman on tbe walls. Ho went from trance to action, coming out of tbe trance, like Peter on the housetop when he went down to the messengers' of Cornelius. "And I went in bltternesa of my spirit" sharing with Qod his righteous indignation against Israel. or the bitterness of having io deliver such an awful message,, as he uttered it the following chapters; to bis friends and neighbors and. country men. So that when he camo to thenC ne remained there astonished, In a stupor of grief, seven days. Tbe watchman's duty Is clearly sc . forth. He must warn tho people ot their danger, aa by tbe voice of Qod. While his business waa to warn, tbe results wore with Ood and tbe free will he has given bla children. Qod warns us la lore In various waya tbat we may not go heedlessly oa to our ruin. He gives warnings la our bodies, by sicknesses, pains and weakness, against courses tbat will ruin (be body, and to teach us to prepare for death. Ood glrea warnings to the soul, by the pangs ot conscience, by troubles and afflictions, to keep from losing our souls. He warn our country, by discontent, internal eeacsotloBs, by strikes, outbreaks, anarchies, war, agaht the oppressions. Inequalities, luxury, lnjatlee, whlch'wlll bring fisa) ruin unless wa turn from tbeai. -- Are you not tar advanced? Then enter the FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Here yt will be placed with others llko yourself, under a special teacher, aad mak moat rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and tha commea branches and be ready to use them. You will have singing, drawing, tarn aad household management and free One year la the foua-datiSchool costs less than $90 and is worth $1,000. Are you aiming to be a teacher? Then Join tho NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmote, Dean. Hera you will be a trained that you will fear no examination, and you wjll be taught hew t tsach, Tbo demand for Derea trained teachers far exceeds the supply. Are you interested In earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Mile E. Marsh, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Business Course, Eta. Here you soon double yonr earning power, and learn to enjoy dot things In a superior manner. Are you desiring the next beat thing to a College Course? Thea tak text-bookBook-Bindin- on two years or three years in the GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francla I. Matheny, Dean. Tw years, or three years, in each practical studies aa wilt' fit you "fer aa aoaor-ab- le and useful life). You select your studies from such aa these: Physiologythe science of health; Civics the science ot government; Oraatasar tho art ot correct speech and letter-writinEthics tho. science ot right-an- d wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence; Botany necessary for the doctor aad Interesting to every lady; Physics-thscience ot machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start ha the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Matheny,. y Dean. Best training in Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. s has its own and Men's Dormitory, and a large body; of atudenta ot high character and ability, able Instructors, aad' use ef College Library and apparatua. class-room- e. Berea College The College Itself stands apart from all the other schools aader Ms atas agement and has long maintained tho highest standards known la the South. To conform, to tho Carnegie standards we have diminished' our former requirements! - Required and elective studies wkh opportunity to ccmcesj.ra,ta) tn particular lines. Largest college, library tn Kentucky. LaBorapries) equipped for student practice. Courses leading to the degree of L. B. BL B, B. L, and B. Fed. MU8IC (Singing Free)." Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory. Band, may be taken for special fees in connection with work la aay ef the above-achools. Questions Answered Bsres, Friend of Working Students. Beres. College, with Ha afllllatesT. schools, Is not a money-makinInstitution. It requires certain fees, bat: It expends, many thousands of dollars eaca-- year for the benefit et Its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for stadsat to earn and save In every way. OUR 8CHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protest the character and reputation 'of the, young people. Our'stadests eosae frosa the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who majr, he sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents Berea live in College Jtalldtesjs, and assist la work ot boarding hall,Jarm aad shops, receiving Yafuabl training, and getting pay according" to the value of" their labor. Except in wla-- i ter.lt is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part ot their esw J aesses. Writs to the Secretary before coming to secure emplojsseat PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, .etc., vary, with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our' climate is ths .best, hut as atudents must attend classes! regardless ot the weather, warm wraps g Co-epr- a and underclothing, umbrellaa and overshoes are necessary. The tlve Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas and! ether necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rest for the ane 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, $1.35 a week. In tbe fall, and $1.60 in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," aa guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc This Is paid but once, and Is returned, when the student departs. Becond an "Incidental Pee" to help on expenses for care ot school buildings, hospital, library, etc (Students pay nothing for tuition or services ot teachers all our instruction is a tree gift). Tbe Incidental Fee for most students fs $5.00 a term, $8.00 In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 In Colle-gtaf- e courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the halt term.. Installments are as follows: Vocational FALL TERM . Incidental Fee Room and Foundation Academy School. and Normal. College. I Board. 7 weeka i , 1911.-- . 5.00 5.60 9.45 $ 6.00 7.00 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 $31.40 ? .oo 7.20 9.00 f 7.0 7.09 .45 - . Amount duo Sept 13, 1911 Soard 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, ... $20.05 9.45 $29.50 $29.0O $ 6.00 6.00 ; 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $23.00 $Z3.45, 9.4a 32.441 Total for term If .paid In advanc WINTER TERM- " .1 $3?.9 $ 7.09 Incidental Fee Room J 7.10 9.00 ... ud,' 6 weeka Amount due Jan. 3, 1912 Board 6 weeks, due Feb. 14, 1912 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $23.20 9.00 $32.20 $31.70 $ 7.00 COO Total for term... If paid In advance SPRING TERM $28.60 $30.70 ' $ 6.Q0 Incidental Fee Room , Board, 6 weeka .....'. 4. ...... $ 6.00 4.00 6.75 $15.76 6.75 $22.50 $22.00 6.00 6.75 $17.75 6.75 $24.50 $24:00 6.7S Amount due March 27. 1912 Board 6 weeks, due May 1, 1912 ' $18.75 6.7ft $25.50 I25.CB a Total for term If paid In advance,..., ,. Plan Now, (Some September 13th young man or young woman can f.ot an education at Any Berea if there Is the will to do so. It I a great advantage to atari In the Fall and have a full year, of study. Many young people waste time In the publlo schools going ever sad over the same things, when they might t Improving much faster by coming, to Berea and starting In on new studies with some ot ths best young men and women from other unUs and States. Make your plans to come September 13th. For Information or friendly advlco write to tbe Secretary. able-bodiecoa-tlauo- us lrre-liCio- n, D. Walter Morton, bereh, ky. T V Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. o 4eptembsr r East Kentucky Correspondence I KOKoitoHoieiloionoitoKoiteitoKeteKOKeitoitotoitonoKoKoi 21, 1911. ESTILL COUNTY WAOHRHVILI.K re I Wagorsvllle, Sept. qulto a lot of sickness in this vicinity. Four of Jas. Spark's family havo typhoid fevor. A. E. Scrlvner is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arch Wager tills week. Tho Misses Ilosa and Mattlo Arvlfio entertained a number of friends, Sunday, Tho Misses Bruco Moores and Salllo Arvlno were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. n. Wagers, Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Wilson and daughter, Mary, aro visiting relatives at- Clays Ferry, this wcek Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Wagers aro visiting relatives In Berea. Mrs. Jeff Wagers spent Thursday of last week with her daughtor, Mrs. Simp Warford Allen Powell of Bcrca has purchased tho property of J. M. Edwards and will niovo his family to It soon. J. M. and Dr. Edwards camo home from Louisville, Friday, where they havo been on business for a few Mr-The- f $ News You Get Nowhere Else Ho cortnponaetc l not ft publication, ptUlih! anlcii lifted la (si) ty tit writer. Tfet sunt a ttHtnc of tori faltft. Witto pUtahr. bit eooootowoiowoooitoitoit.oisooooooiojoootoiaj nnu Thomas Atom have gono to Ohio to cut corn. Mrs. Elizabeth McKKK McKco, Sept. 18. On Sunday, tho Halo Is visiting Mr. It. I. Halo but expects to visit Kingston, soon. O 10th Inst, Mr. J. It. Hays residence caught fire from tho kitchen fluo. M. Bongo and wlfo and llttlo boy Tho fire was discovered soon after it wcro visiting at Cooksvlllo and Drey caught and was Boon extinguished. fus, Saturday and Sunday. Curtis The damago was slight, but it creat- tParks and wife visited Mr. Parks' Sunday. All tho corn is not ed quite a lot of excitement for a father, rlpo enough to cut In this vicinity, Lufew minutes. Last Monday Miss cy Brewer and Miss Emma Neeley whllo some is ready for grinding, wont to Berea for surgical operations. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Burns camo over We are informed that Miss Neeley after their baby which had been vis went on to. Cincinnati for IrcaCmcnt, Itlng its grandmother from Thursday till Saturday. Several from this accompanied by Miss Hill, a professional nurse. W. Morris started this place aro planning to go to Bed Lick morning to Manchester to help hold Association, the last of the week. tho farmers' institute at that place. There are several cattle buyers tv Mr. Morris is employed by the Depart- round here, but tho farmers say their ment of .Agrlculturo to lecture on cattle aro worth 5 cents and aro hold JACKSON COUNTY aiuui passed through town this afternoon. They havo been visiting schools and looking after other school matters Mrs. A. J. Creech who has been ill tho past week Is convalescent Clydo Botncr visited relatives at Wild DoR, this weok. Jcsso Wagoner who has been doing business at Uoonovlllo for tho rast tow weeks has returned homor-Qlv- o us tho Cltlxcn to read and Judgo O'Rear for governor and wo will bo contented. WANTED BAKING POWDER Abmoluimty Purm ROYAL The only Baking PowcUr made from Royal G rape Cream ofTartar B Natural black and also whlto wool NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE bought by Flrcsldo Industries,, Berea College, Berea. Ky. Offlco Clover Bottom Cabin, Jackson Street. partment in a Stato University, and Mr. James Short Is preparing to afterwards ho secured a position as wove near Berea so as to get his WANTED: Three (3) good milch cows, averaging five (C) gallons each Manual training teacher In tho New children In school. C. T. Rlckotts, M. D. per day. Call or wrlto Berea College York City w.hooIs at a salary of 1, 400 to begin with, a ralso each year or Wm. L. Flanery. for several years and a jcnslon at' Tulsa, Okla., Sept 16, 1011. ter twcntyflvo years service In the Dear Editor: IN olllt OWN STATE Now York schools. days. Elder Durbln filled bis regu( Continued from Arttpift) I havo been reading Tho Cltlxcn, It paid Sam, didn't It? Certainly tor the past eight or tea years, und . lar appointment at Grocnhall, Satur- sucn mat mo books would snow a day and Sunday. Mrs. Chas. Mur profit This was tho 0th session of it did. i believe It Is the best paper ofafl. It more than doubled his wage kind ever printed, and its klnd'W phy visited her brother and wife, Mr. tho fair and it Is said to havo been earning power, and ho did not havo hard to and Mrs. Elbert Collins, last week. beat. anead or Its predecessors in many Beulah, tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. respects. Tho exhibits wcro unusu to work as hard. He bad work of a There Is a text In tho Bible tint Ing them at that price. higher grado, and, too, he had the instiElbert Collins, Is real sick at this ally good and the only complaints farming at tho various farmers' lays, "Do part from evil, do good, writing. Mr. Bid WagcEB is visiting that wore heard wcro as to tho char-act- privilege of living with an educated soek peace and pursue tutes in this district Tho Hon. C. SAND OAI. It" Now, I man tho rest of his life. This I think believe this Is tho greatest S. Wilson, candidate for clerk of tho Sand Cap, Sept. 16. We are having his daughter, Mrs. J. M. Edwards. of some of tho displays by text M was worth oven more. largo plenty of rain, which Is very helpful LOCUST BRANCH Court of Appeals, addressed a thoso who were granted privileges tho Bible, and the Bible was writ Locutf Branch, Sept. 15. Wo had along "tho pike" and elsewhere. Tho number of votors at the Court house, to pastures and stocks Tho llttlo ten for tho good of mankind the VITAL STATISTICS last Monday. Also Hon. Wm. Lewis son of Mrs. Thomas Durham world over. Tho mission ot all Ihi who a good rain hero on tho 10th. It was great event which was to close tho advospoke on the political Issues Last Saturday and day, Saturday Tho Head on Colls-sio- n Prophets antTother men of God was Is visiting here from Lynn, Indiana, greatly needed Bureau of the Census, cated by the Republican party of tho Is very eick Tho llttlo son of Mr. Sunday wcro our regular meeting to get people to depart from evil and was a general disappointment. Washington, State. Both were given tho closest and Mrs. James Johnson has a very days hero. Aunt LIddle Collins movUo good, to seek peace and pursuo It. APPELLATE COURT IN SESSION attention throughout their speeches. bad rising on his face. Tho Need ed to Jinks, last Friday, to live. Tho whole mission of Jesus In th't Tho fall term of tho Court of Ap Editor Cltlien: Dear Sir: Dr. .Hays was called to Welchburg, More, or True Christian Association, Wick Kindred has returned from Illiworld was to do good to men an I peals of Kentucky convened at Frank Tho Federal Government has author. bring peace Saturday, to see Earl Goodman who convened at Evergreen, the latter nois, where he has been for some fort, Monday. All the Judges were presand good will. And not has diphtheria. H. F. Mlntcr part of lost week. Circuit Court at time. Thft Tn pn hern nrn tinvlnf. ent with tho exception of Judgo Izcd the Stato Registrar of tho Bureau only to do good, but that man himed the Teachers' Association at Con- McKoo is in session, this week. ) logs cut and hauled to the saw mill O'Rear who was busy with bis cam- of Vital Statistics ot Kentucky to ro' self might become good. Tho very turn each month copies ot the certif- night that Jesus was born way church last Saturday, O. Durham Is very poorly at this and sawed into ties. John Blckncll paign. The docket was called a host of and icates of death received from certlan angels appeared to soma shepherds writing from the effects of a fight Is having a nice buggy house built showed 38 cases. KEitnr knoii cities ot the state, which returns will and shouted a message ot peace. Kcrby Knob, Sept. 16. Grandmother ho has had with a largo and ferocious this week. Weed Gentry who has Bag. form a part of the annual compila That samo messago has been herald- Gayhart who has been sick all sum- brute. Mr. Durham was at tho spring been sick Is better at this writing. Do not throw your wornout Qeorgo Gentry and his family aro tion on vital statistics published by d down tho centuries until today bag away, but cut It In round mer Is slowly Improving. May Wil- near his school house when attacked it the Bureau of tho Census, Is ringing around the world. liams has boon ill for the past two by tho brute and had It not been visiting friends and relatives here or oval pieces and use them as mats In order to meet tho requirements I prtzo The Citizen because it Is weoks with typhoid feverAaron Wil for a pen that was built around tho this week before they go away. Mr. to put under flower pots. ot tho Government it Is necessary living up to the text above quoted. Hams has fever but is ablo to be spring ho would havo probably been that certificates should bo filled out Its whole purpose seems to be to out again James Click has bought killed Fiorenco and.Magglo Durham completely wun an information re- mako Its readers hotter. And by Ms a new cane mill ana is making sor visited Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Durham of quired by law and the returns of principles It It a ghum for Jamos Isaacs. Myrtle Click Happy Heights, Sunday, and report all births and deaths that occur In great worker towards peaco "As aaedacated men sad wnki we live little, and harentered school at Berea, Wednesday. la most delightful time Several of registration district should be mony whore each a arrow lives: aad wily as edacated bekgs da we ester A scries of meetings was held at this place attended tho Need More It circulates. forwarded promptly to tho state I wish there were thousands moro Grassy Spring church last week con' Association at Evergreen, last week, iate the We experience of the eatke Iraaaa race." offlco. This Is necessary In order of and report a nice time Frank and Just such papers in circulation. ducted by tho Revs. Powell and that full efficiency be obtained so I wish there were millions moro Saturday and Sunday will McKlnley Hobbs, of, Hobbs Territory, wai uie returns rrotn tno state as ot Just such men as President Frost, bo our regular meeting days. G. W. were here this week, buying hogs. a whole can be accepted and Kentucky men who aro trying to get Johnson has had his houses recovered Fiorenco Durham bought a nice mill; tho risthus admitted to area. ing generation to depart from evil and an addition of three rooms built. cow from Mr. David Durham for $25. and Mrs. Walter Richardson and their NEWS OF THE WEEK The earnest of all Rev. Lunsford of Dreyfus Is here two daughters were the guests of and do good. PARROT undertakers, local registrars, Continued from Cnt pact holding services at night and work- Mr. and Mrs. John Blckncll, Sunday. I wish that every rural school Parrot, Sept 16. There has been a ing on the new Reform church house Sammlo Denny and his wife visit ho died In great agony, Monday. The and others concerned Is necessary to teacher In the mountains of Kenheavy down pour of rain here this during the day Mr. and Mrs. E. E. ed Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Denney, Thura assassin Is a Jew and great fears of bring about this result tucky bad the Interest of his lltlh week. David Gabbard and Lawrence Tho Bureau of the Census is co- school as deeply at heart as President riots havo been expressed Cornctt aro visiting in Clay County Durham havo returned from Wind day night. School was dismissed at operating In every way posslblo with Frost hais tho whole mountain peopla. Cavo whew they were visiting rela the Blckncll school from Thursday but tho Government has token unu with Elijah Hart. Mr. Cress, our tives Mr. I am a very plain country school ual precautions, and, although many the State Registrar, Dr. W. L. Holier, and Mrs. Sid Chrlsman till Tuesday. new merchant from Clay County, is Jews are fleeing, it is thought that to secure full compliance with tho in teacher In a very neat llttlo school have returned from Panola and Rich- doing a good business. We aro ha CLAY COUNTY and a complete return ot births and In Osage County, Oklahoma, there will bo no outbreak. with ,they viei. wlth 5e IlUltNINCI NI'UINCIH ing the best school at Letter Box thai m0nd deaths. I deslreto ask your actlvo Lardly education enough to writn a u.uu iouk. in ujo snow, STILL IN DOUBT iney Burning Springs, Sept. 15. A largo we have had for quite a while. Geo, " During the week there have been Interest In securing thorough enforce- logical letter but still I am truly Sparks is our teacher. Alvle Tussey were accompanied by their brother-in-la- crowd gathered lost Monday night ment of tho law, violations of which Mr. Thomas Bowen and fami Kentucky mountaineer and believe to hear Mr. Wilson, tho Republican varying reports as to tho result of bhould be reported of Madison County, preached at this promptly becaura ly, who will spend some time visit- candidate tho' prohibition election in Maine, am from among tho truest hearts I, place, Thursday and Friday nights. for clerk of tho Court of ing with Mrs. Bowen's parents, Mr. Appeals, Ho gave many reasons why There have been claims and counter they may entail personal Injury to biggest hearted pooplo in the world. of last week. Dan Cunagln is drill cltlzons as well as vltiato tho vital and Mrs. Henry Cook, of this place, Jerome Hellard. his party should win In tho Novem- claims but It would seem now that statistics of the state. ing a well for Dan Ford, this week an official majority of 26 stands on ber election It took eight United Miss Minnie Price stayed all night 8heT.C2emin?M Very respectfully, tho side of tho repeal of tho prohibi UID auiYt III JWVUUIUUU, I III tj States Mrashals to break up a moonwith her sister, Mrs. Mary Cornelius, Crcssy L. Wilbur, M. D. week. tion laws. There remain yet 20 days shine still on Red Bird and capture Thursday night Phee Hillard of Chief Statistician. during which the vote will be can Isaacs was visiting friends at Letter HOCKCASTLE COUNTY Its reputed business manager, Tom vassed, and there may bo anothji Baker, who was taken to London to Box, Sunday. Apple canning and sor . Oil LAN DO LETTERS TO THE EDITOR that ghum making are the orders of the Orlando, Sept 16. Several attend be tried in the Federal Court. Mar- change In the figures before tlmo expires. day. Mrs. Nancy Wyatt visited ed tho association at Humble Grove tha, tho bright young daughter of Laton, Col., Sept 11, 1911. friends and relatives on Terrils Creek, which began tho 5th. Fodder pulling Ellsha Rader Is suffering from a parDear Editor: IT PAID SAM Thursday. She returned, Friday, ac-- I and sorghum making are all the go tial paralytic stroke. She Is in a very I am sending you herewith post- (Continued from firat pc'.) companied by her mother. Stephen here. Died, Sept 0th, Mrs. Martha critical condition Carlo Cornett had offlco monoy order for subscription Gabbard la working on Lewis Cuna- Townsen, of dropsy. She was laid to tho misfortune of having his arm badly days and vacations. He did all man- for your paier for ono year. Thru glm's house this week. He will soon rest in tho old Fiat Rock cemetery. hurt while wrestling with a playmate ner of Jobs, laid floors, put in glass, a frlond of nilno In Clay County, Ken She leaves seven children and many on his way homo from school Dr. built a porch. Wherever carjentiT tucky, I received a copy and there was Jbave It completed. Owing to tho of Mr. Sparks, this week. Miss friends Several are attending tho Robert Webb was a welcome visitor work was needod. Sam got in sonv so much news from places In Ken Minnie Price is teaching in his stead. protracted meeting held nt Wenthope last Monday night Lindsay Murray good work. tucky that It was like getting a letter His teacher talked to him about from my old homo. I There will bo preaching at Shlloah this week. Robert Childress of Mt. who went to visit his father Is now left Kentucky church, Saturday and Sunday Mr. Vernon spent Tuosday night at Mr, a studcut In the Covlncton HI eh going to college but Sam said, "You last October, for California, and arrlv must bo Joking." Next vacation l.o od In Robert and Bert McDowell are haul p. M. Singleton's. Mr. nnd Mrs. F, School of Indiana. He is a bright aBBBBV California on tho 6th of OctoBBBv Ing staves from Terrils Creek, this Singleton, formerly of this place but promising boy and his many friends took a position as foreman in a ocr jyiu, ana round myself among shop at good wages; there ho stayed strangors week Mrs. Emma Robinson The school chilof all nationalities. Of wh6 now living' at Fort Estill Junction, are wish him success nas ueen confined to her bed with all smiles over tho arrival of a bouno- - dren are much Interested In playing a yoar. After tho year was up, Sam course California Is a tlno country I!o and bo Is Kentucky. typnoid fever Is ablo to go about ,nB boy named Arthur Loo. Mother croquet Messrs. Jewell and Downey, camo back to visit the school. Davidson and Hayes have been very and Httle one are doing nicely. Sat-bu- the well drillers, aro In town drill- said, "Professor, when I was hero When I toll tho people of Califor inspecting staves jhis. week near urday and Sunday were Regular ing new wells and fixing old on3s. you talked with mo about going to nia Uiat I am from Kentucky, they Mackinaw There is" church at the cnurch days at Maple Grove. Servi- They are expert in tho business and college. I laughed at it, but I have say, 'Tho stato noted for fast horses Tfc.Pirtiaiiar Holiness church houso every Wednes ces were conducted by Rov. Parker. have met with much success thus far. been thinking the matter over and and pretty women' day and Sunday night Success to Ulysses Durham is in the L. & N. Luther McCollum and wife of Crane 1 have come to talk with you about Well, I am very thankful for tho I Drf Tho Citizen and its many readers. office at Hyattsvllle at a salary of havo been In Louisville this week It. Were you la earnest?" copy of your paper and hope its The teacher replied, "Yes, I was In 135 per month FRITKTT I may extend from Maine to Fr P. Robinson of laying in a fall and winter stock of .WU it is true tU iou can uo it as well as California. Privett, Sept 16. A clycone passed Johnetta was here recently on bust suuub. en waiter, uuiiuer and con cMiMt 4m et soake 6m I wrougn a part of our vicinity on tho ness. Jesse Simpson of Livingston tractor of Berea, Is building Mr. not If you want to. You havo to wor;t Very truly yours, wdraw sua Clark's new house. John Clarkston uuyuuw,. xnow it you, win work na iotn and did a great deal of damage was visiting friends here, Monday. A. B. Baker. of SIdcll has sold his store and farm hard at going to college at you will to corn, i ne floods swept away fenc- boons have to work at the carpenter's bench, Bright Shade, Ky., Sept. 11, '11. 6 iu many places James Flanery .. and will soon opon a store in Berea. you can go to college, pay your way Boone. Sent 18 A mvivni Dear Editor: from Kingston visited his uncle, L. Ing closed at Fairvlow, Sunday night, The primary election to nominate J. Peters, last Friday Willie Jones with twenty additions to tho church, a candidate for County Judge is be In good part and at the end of four It has been some time since I have had an apple cutting lost Thursday Tho meeting was conducted by ing held here now. We expect T. J. years you will have a college educa- seen anything in your paicr from tho Mtuwauuu juua nas gono to Rich- - Hov. Geo. Childress, assisted by the Rawllngs, tho present Incumbent, to tion. You will then have the privllego Bright Shade. of living with an educated man the Most of the talk hero is In regard muua iu uuve an operation performed. Rev. J. W. I yM sm ceitsia to get a car- LambertMrs. Nora receive the nomination. Ho Is a very it. i- weisn nas nought J. D, 8pur- - Wren who has boon quite sick is popular man and has done much to rest of your life and you will havo to who will be Judge of Clay County. II rcrt t,splesqttftfay ia lock's store The Misses Nora Jones, much betterA. D. Levctt made a make our county better A merry doubled your wage earning power," Either ot the men Is capable of fillBut Sam asked, "Can I get work?" ing the office, but have wo a man Eva Peters and tho Messrs. Chester business trip to Madison County. Mot.- - crowd gathered at Baker'a last night to shell cow peas. Sir. Baker has "Certainly. There aro always odd Jobs that will do the people Justice while. ,wisn. juu vwiveu me Misses aay Mrs. Mattle Gadd-o- f Rockford to bo done; you can get work all In the officer I LOWEST Maggie and Cynthia Flanery last visited relatives $1I.M near Boone, Sunday found that they are a very profit- - right" Pulling fodder Is tho order of tho Saturday night and attended church and Monday. Farmers of IH.MTrK HCHEST - ablo crop and makes a specialty in this secAfter a few days 8am said, "Well; lay. Stave making Is In fine progress, opnngs on HunaayWalk- - tlon aro busy cutting corn Crops that line of intensive farming. Professor, I have decided to take be I Cm w a Iris er Wright? has been very ill with have been much improved by vcrybody Beeins to be happy. OWSLEY COUNTY the your advice." Born to Mrs. Goodman Lawson. fever but Is Improving some cent showers The Rov. W. M. Bry- Travelers Rest, Sept. 14. Fodder He spent two years in getting ready U-weoks ago, four babies. -- UUu This AHutirson ana i,ucy ani attended church at Fnlrviow Sun saving is in full blast Mr. and Mrs. for college and four happy years In statement may bo doubted by many Peters vlnltprt tlmir tiuto t nf.. , I.i.. u,BUt, uapusmai services were James young nwa .uujr ,iV,f R. W. Bicknell visited friends and rela college. Ho did not stand at tho head rtaders, but 1 t'un,e8"r"l. it is true as the writer week, hold near W. H. Lambert's. Sunday, tives at Boonevillo last vw L week. The of hlB class. His early- - disadvantages was the attending physician, The phone line from East Bern- - In which 14 were baptized by BeeaevtMe, Ky. Thty the Joint school social given by Mr. S. precluded this, but he took a respect- nre dead now. Two died at time of w ua ueen completed uev. J. W. Lambert Nuto King Caudlll and Miss Mattle Ray was able position. Tho last two years he I birth and tho other two an hour tutand everybody Is busy talking. I who has been sick is some bctte- r.- much enjoyed by those present K. got a position as teacher of carpentry or. They weighed from 1 naK coin I four to flvo Mrs' Dave Mart,n l" lo Richmond- .- L. Grlffoy of tho Brashey "' . Mountain in a Manual training school and fit pounds. 4.U8U, aepi. loMisB Ella Pow.)U Mrs. Carol Martlu is much better, region was In town Sunday shaking ted himself more fully to teach manMr. has been sick for some time with -- Dr. Cornolius of Berea was in this hands with1 old acquaintances and ual training, giving an extra year ot Green William Broughtoa and It M. ne have set a new grist mill at rucuimuisin.-'imiant of Sherman section one day last week. Wish Hat soliciting new ones Robert Price. preparation for this after ho was the mouth of Asher Fork on Uoom uas oeen in ior several days, tie Poynter is attending school si John Wilson and Bessie Young havo through with college, Then bo got Creek. Mrs. Susan Williams gavo an applo Richmond Mr. Dave Martin return- - gone to Berea to enter school ut a position to go to a distant stato Mr. poeung MBi inursday nightr-Sale- n ed from Richmond a few days ago. that place. Mr. and Mrs. P. M, Frye and opened a manual training de- - now Woodson Mills Is erecting a house. or Hot-Wahot-wat- or Bal-leng- er. i phy-Blcla- anti-Jewi- " V w, 1 ?"d - - II Britr I U Partial II ll gj II "SkkWBBd" II Ootlusg II -. ll US II ui o ll I His! 0Umry 15