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MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, The Citizen SEPTEMBER 28, 1011 Knowledge is power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge to to read a good newspaper. Vol. XIII. Five cents a copy. Ono Dollar a year. No. 13 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. SHUT YOUR MOUTH! "Shut your mouth!" To many of us this command recalls our childhood. How often wo havo heard it always in moro or less harsh tones. And it usually hurt our feelings wounded our pride. It meant the snmo as, "Hold your tongue." But why should wo hold our tonguo shut our mouth f Well, wo didn't know, and it wan a long tlmo before we did know. Some people never know. At least they never learn tho art. It is an art. Is it not a science? However that may be whether keeping one's mouth shut is an art or science thero is no doubt about one thing our fathers and mothers gave us good advico. We will all agree to that whether or not we profited by it. It is good advice, whichever way wo take it, Of course it only had one meaning when we heard it an children. It meant tlint we "should be seon and not heard" that wo should not dispute the word of our elders and betters, and that we should not become tat tiers. That was its figurative meaning. It was given in tho Interest of our manners and our character. Good advice; and if wo had hooded it If everybody had heeded it the millenium would already be hero. But it would have been well if it had been taken literally then, and it is excellent advice when practiced literally now. "Shut your mouth" close the door and keep tho door closed on disease; affections of tho throat nnd lungs. It has a physiological meaning. It is a command given in the interest of Hygiene in the interest of health, and further in tho interest of ono's looks. If that fellow could only havo seen himself the other day as we saw him standing with wide open mouth gazing at some passers-bas if figuring on the possibility of swallowing them! And that other follow coming down the nisle of a railroad car not a pleasant Bight to behold, to saythe least. "Keep your mouth shut." Do it in the interest of character. Do it in the interest of health. Do it in the interest of "looks." You can't? Well, see the Doctor. y Banking bjr Mail To The Public "Banking by mail" is quite satisfactory with those living at some distance from our bank. The advantages of banking by mail are saving of time and convenience. Our bank exercises the greatest care in handling your business with exactness and despatch, acknowledging all remittances on the day that they are received by us. You receive a statement of your receipts and expenditures whenever you ask for it, as this bank does your FINANCIAL bookkeeping free of charge. Communicate with us and we will be glad to talk this over. ' Berea Bank & Trust Co. ANDREW ISAACS, Pres. J. W. STEPHENS, JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier. Vice-Ptes. IN OUR OWN STATE NEWS, OF TIE WEEK R. R. COYLE CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE HOW IS A THIS? nnflT page Editorials. Newt of Week. In Our Own SUto. Fall Term Surpasses Expectation. Kentucky Library Association Meet-InSECOND PAGE. General Nows. MarkcU. s. Temperance Notes. THIRD PAOB General News (continued). Sunday School Lesson. English Langungo and Literature, Bo-rCollege These two addresses will be of popular interest, and everyono Is cordially invited to attend. The Union church has changed tho hour of its weekly prayer meeting on that night to 0:30 p. m in order to glvo an opportunity to lta members to bear theso two addresses. At tho close, tho conference Is Invited to a reception at tho home of President Frost. Third Session, Oct 6, 8:45 a. m.. oa Corner for Locals. the. Juniors. FOURTH PAOB ' FIFTH PAGB Intensive- - Farming. Hog Cholera. Union Church Rally Day. Y. SI. C. A. Program. SIXTH PAGB Continued Story. Weekly Sermon Tho Social Crisis. SEVENTH PAGB Discussion and Notes on Llvo Stock. A Big factor In tho Truck Garden. EIGHTH PAGE Poem Freedom. Death of John D. Atkinson. Letter to the Editor. - KENTUCKY LIBRARY ASSOCIATION Meets In Beres, Oct. 6 and 0 Program of Unusual Interest. On Oct. C and C, there will bo a Interest In of unusual conefrenco Berca. The Kentucky Library Association Is to hold Its fifth annual meeting hero, with tho following program: First Session, Oct. 5, 3:00 p. m., if:. (fl; ' Upper Chattel, Aids for Librarians, Fannlo C. Raw--' son, Sec. Ky. Library Commlslson. Discussion, led by Celeste Lucas, Librarian, Fubllo Library, Paris. Creed of the Children's Librarian, Adeline D. Zachcrt, Loulsvillo Pub- lic Library. Discussion, led by Florcnco Dlllard, Librarian, Public Library, Loxlngtoa. P Second Session, Oct. G, 7:30 p. in.. Main Chapel. Music Derea College Orchestra. Address Mcllonry Rhoads, Supervisor of High Schools, SUto Univ. Solo Ralph RIgby, Muslo Director. Address "Tho Librarian and tho Poet," James W. Ralno, Professor of thief story." Upper Chapel. Rook Selection Julia A. Robinson, Ky. Library Commlslson. Discussion led by, Lillian "Llndsoy, Librarian, Public Library, Frankfort. To tills session each librarian has been requested to bring a list of not moro than 20 books, fiction, or New Interest in all Lines of Work More Students Ccming and which sho uses most. Doors Still Open. At 9:40 there will bo an Intermission of 20 minutes to attend tho Tho fall attendance of students in comed tho hew students and already chapel exorcises, to which memheld "monster meetings" on the bers of tho conference have been all departments shows itself in man ways, nnd still they are pouring In. Athletic Field, In the Mens dormi cordially invited. The fourth session will be a busi- Tho two chapels are thronged by tories, and Sunday night In the Upness meeting and will bo held on great audiences with services going per chapel. Tho play port of school Friday p. m. or evening, according on at the same time. Brother Roberts llfo Is not forgotten the two Athletto tho tlmo chosen by tho associa- preached Sunday night in tho Upper ic Fields are scenes of great activo ity, while new tennis courts, basket tion to havo an outing on Indian Chapel on Daniel, and Dean In the Main Chapel on Courage. ball courts, and croquet grounds Fort Mountain. aro being laid out in various places. be emphasized Tho principle to On Monday the young men were Tho opening literary event of the throughout tho conference is tho In tho Main Chapel to hear a most librarian's equipment for service. original atjd convincing lecture on term, tho Anniversary of tho Alpha Each iterson on tho program is ex- tobacco poison by Prof. Rumold, while Zeta Socloty, passed off with great pected to treat tho subject assigned tho young women wero In tho Upper credit, though ono of the speakers with special rofcrenco to helping li- Chapel for a helpful talk by Mrs. was unfortunately 111, and his place brarians to do better work. Frost on the absorbing subject ct taken by a ready substitute. Tho sessions aro all open to .he sensible dress. Both theso lectures Tho Btudent labor, too. Is better public and a special Invitation is wo hope to give tho readers of Tho managed than ever, tho several "work extondod to tho faculty and students Citizen In full or in outline at an squads" moving forward like so of Derea Collego and tho residents of early day. many classes. Tho girls In tho launtho town to attend the conference. And tho classes aro starting out dry, with Its enlarged floor space, are The officers of tho Association am with splendid enthusiasm. "It seems a merry set of workers. William F. Yust, Louisville, Pro So the Collego doors aro still as though I had learned a whole term's worth of good things already" open, new students registering In Lillian Llndsey, Frankfort, FIrjt said ono student, while another re- each department every day, and marked, "I am really glad I did not tho only question Is as to what Is to Celesta Lucas, Paris, Second gut a school to teach this summer, bo dono for those who wait till the becauso I am learning how to man-ag- o last rooms are filled. Many enlargeHarriet B. Gooch, Louisville, a school so much better next ments of accommodation havo been made, and more are planned. "The year." organizations, too, more, tho merrier." Tho student An Ideal of Fiction. "I want my son to be a polished man aro taking hold of their work with of the world, prepossessing In appear- unwonted vigor. Tho Christian Enance, tactful and skilled In the accom- deavor has nover been so actlvo; tho By aa effort yea coald get to plishments of a gentleman." "I'm Young Women's Christian Associa afraid you have been reading novels, tion Is looking after tho now girls Beret for lie Fall Tern yet Betthe description tallies exactly with the with ttno heartiness, and tho Young description of tho hero of the latest Men's Christian Association has wel ter aake tkat effort! S. S. Quarterly for Junior Classes, published by the "Christian Publishing Company," St. Xouis, Mo., has on its Inside front cover, alongside a plea for Heathen Missions, the advertisement of a Patent Medicine Headache Cure and the intiro inside of the back cover devoted to a description of the merits of "a safe and powerful remedy" for all ills of the stomach. It is bad enough to find these things in the secular press, but what shall we say when a publication, that only exsists for the purpose of throwing light upon the Bible by quoting certain parts of it and giving an exposition of them, devotes its most courpicious space to "patent nostrums?" It looks to us a good deal like profaning the temple, and one would expect Jesus, if ho were here, to arm himself with a whip of cords and cry, "Take these things hence." But a church aud a religion that has po scruples about deriving its revenues thru cheap ice cream suppers, socials, bazaars and box suppers, which tho public is compelled to patronize thru fear of a boy cot, may not be expected to be over conscientious when a little relf is in the balance against the health and physical happiness ol its members the readers of its publications. The cause of Jesus, the great healer, sold out tb fake medicine makers aud venders that is the way it lookB to us. Fall Term Surpasses Expectation non-fictio- col-le- Dlns-mor- O' Rear Urges Mountains to PollThelr Canada Rejects Reciprocity Taft Dis appointed but Game Coatsville Strength. Helton Also Convicted Lynchers Indicted Crisis at Hand Kentucky Welcomes Distinguished over Tripoli-Frenc- h Warship Blown May be Son Governor Wlllson Up Russian Assassin Hanged. Drawn Into the Campaign Hazzard Malt Robbed Bad Fire In Louisville. WAR THREATENED Germany, Tho dispute between O'RBAR IN THE MOUNTAINS England over their resof Franco and we mad mention .Last week pective rights In Morocco, which has Judgo O'ltear'B speech, and the planbeen brewing for' somo months has ning of tho mountain campaign at eclipsed within tho last few Re been Leaving London the London. days owing to the attitude of Italy publican candidate mado his way to Turkey. On Monday, the 25th, Manchester, thenco to Boonovllle, and predicted that the conflict It was Dcattyvlllo and Irvine," at each of between theso two powers would bewhich places ho was greeted by large gin In less than twenty-fohours. crowds, to all of whom ho demonsTurkey Is strengthening her forces trated his power as'' an orator and while Italy Is mobilizing her armies. o campaigner. Ho struck the Later advices suggest that the cricampaign at Boonevlllo when of tho sis may have bocn postponed owing ho urged his hearers to get after tho to the purpose oh" the part of the man at tho head of tho hollow "BeItalian Socialists to call a general head of the gin with tho men at the strike as a pretest against tho crook and como down bringing) them Government's occupation of Tripoli. all to tho polls with you." Although FRENCH WARSHIP, BLOWN UP overwhelmingly tho mountains are A firo which, for a while seemed Republican and can bo' relied upon to glvo good majorities, It Is well to be t rival, reached tho magazines known that they do not poll their of the French warship Llberte, Monstrength by from ten to fifteen thou- day, and caused a series of explossand. It is theso ten or fifteen thou- ions which completely wrecked and sand that Judgo O'Rcar and the sank the ship and resulted In a other campaigners are urging the par doath list, among officers and men, variously ostlmated at from three ty organization to bring out. to five hundred. The vessel was in ANOTHER CONVICTION as an the harbor of Toulon and tho fire, Fount Helton, Indicted starting before flvo o'clock, caught accomplice of James Ellis, convicted and sentenced to death last week many not yet out of thler bunks. for the murder of Magistrate Beatty The disaster Is spoken of as one of at Burnslde, a few months ago, was the greatest catastropnles that ever tried this week and also convicted, befell a war vessel In , tho time receiving a life sentonce to tho of pcaco. RETRIEVING THEIR SHAME ponltentlary. It Is said that ten of Four men have been indicted at tho Jury voted on the first ballot for tho death penalty. Ellis, who Coatesvllle, Pa., charged with inIs still confined In the Somerset voluntary manslaughter, being held responsible for the burning of the Jail, was discovered on the 24th .endeavoring to escape. Ho had two saws negro, Zack Walker, Aug. 13th. One and a" bottle of acid and had succeed- of the accused Is the Chief of Police; ed In sawing through two bars of tho socond Is also a policeman and his cell. Give ua a few moro such the third an insurance agent. The Juries and thero will be less crime two policemen were admitted to ball but the other men were sent to priIn Kentucky. son without ball. POOL BURLEY PAYS FOR HIS CRIME Tho Burloy Tobacco Society met Lexington and Bogrotf, the Jewish assassin, who In on the 22nd adopted the 1911 ten year pool plan, bhot tho Russian Premier on tho 14th, which also provides for a Mamouth the wound resulting In his death Tobacco Factory to tho following Monday, was hanged at manufacture tho pooled tobacco. An Kiev, Russia, the 25th. RECIPROCITY FAILS effort will bo made at once to g3t growers to pledge themselves to tho The election held In Canada last Thursday to determine the fate of plan. the reciprocity measure which had MAIL ROBBERY The mall from Hazard to Jackson been negotiated betweeeen tho Unitwas robbed on tho 19th within a ed States and Canada and ratified short distance of tho latter place. by our Congress at tho extra session, Tho mall bags were found close to owing to the persistency of President the road and all the lotteru broken Taft for the measure, resulted In tho registered pack- overwhelming defeat of tho liberal open and thirty-tw- o ages missing. Ono registered letter party, tho sponsors of the measure 0. From tho best advices that can be contained checks amounting to Tho checks wero found near tho gained It would seem that the Canamall bags. Suspicion was fixed upon dian people never wont far enough tho mall cnrrlor, William Marshall, to think seriously of tho merits of ur key-not$3G,-00- (Continued on Fifth page) Continued on Fifth Fage Weight Price Quality is a is a is a Difference Difference Difference WELCH'S Combine the three and you have the meaning of and "Save the Difference" Page Two THE CITIZEN ! September 28, 1911 HAYRACK PARTY JP. A family newspaper for all that It right true and Interesting- - The Citizen every Thurmkiy FRENCH COAST N L THE REASON WHY Jubllhnl J. at llenn, Ky. DISASTER STRUCK BY TRAIN TWELVE PERSON8 KILLED OUT. RIGHT BODIES HURLED OVER BUILDINGS INTO LAKE. RETURNING FROM A BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (tiworponitrd) P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager, Subscription Rates ont Hlx Months , ON FIRE LIBERTE SENDS 500 SOULS TO WATERY CRAVES RIVAL OF THE MAINE. HINT FOR THOUGHTFUL MEN yenr 1'ATAIIMS IN ADVAKCB. ................ Tlirro Months 1i-ttc- $I.M W SANK Officer IN NINETEEN MINUTES WEDDING English Physician, by Simple Experiment, Convinces Scholar of Injurious Effect of Alcohol. Dr. Richardson, an eminent English physician, by a very simple experiment onre convinced on intelligent scholar of the injurious effect of alcohol. The scholar, an Intelligent young man, was singing tho praises of what he called tho "Ruddy Bumper," say- Ing be could not get through the day without It, and that It gave him strength and health, as well as exhilaration, when Dr. Richardson said lo him, "Be good enough to feel my pulse as I am standing here!" did so, counting Its The young-mabests carefully, and saying, "Its beats 74." The doctor then sat down In a choir and asked him to count It again. He did so, and snld, "It has gone down to 70." The doctor then lay down on tbe lounge, and said, "Now count It again." This the young man did, and in surprise said, "Why. It Is only 64; what n 3 Bend money by l)rt-o(Tl- r or Kxpncxn Money Order, Dmft, Itrrfstereil r ono and two cmt rtnmp. The duto after your nnmn on label shows to what rtnte your mrtworlpttim taJd. If It Is not chnwrwl wltbtn thir weeks after renewal notify ua. 1 and Crew Worked Heroically In Futile Attempt to Save the Fight er Only a Few Jack Tars Were Saved. Billboard of "Dead Man's Crtslng Hides View Authorities Investigating Serious Injuries to Others May Result Fatally. . Finn premiums chenp, with new uid ironipt renewal. Send .Premium List. Liberal term dvMi to tny ono who tnJn now mibcrlptkn for us. Any rending us four yearly sirtwcrlntlons foortvo The Cilirm frro for Mm.flf one year. Advertising rmtes ortnppllcatton. MISMHKTl OF Mkwtnff mimbni will bo If we ore notified. mipplled for ob. one can for Msrsclllos, Franco. Another terrl disaster has occurred in the French navy. A flro that started In the nmmunltlon hold of tho big battle- ahlp Liberie, nt anchor here spread with frightful results and officers and crew were nt work In a futllo attempt to save tho vessel. Tho battleship sank within 19 mln tiles, and It Is known that at least 500 of tho crow lost their lives. Only few wcro saved by tho tugs that ran to tho assistance of tho burning war bio ship. CIVIL KENTUCKY TIIKSS. ASSOCIATION. Reading a barograph seems to be much like reading an Egyptian obelisk, only more so. Ask the man who la doing the other vacaman's work what he thinks-o- f tions aa an Institution. Walking Is one of tbe best possible moans of exercise, but most pcoplo are content with knowing It. WAR THREATENED bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbBBebsbV Nonnh, Wis. A passenger train party, killing crashed Into a 12 persons outright, injuring ono more, who diod shortly afterward, and wounding eight others, four of thorn perhaps fatally. . persons Nino of the thlrty-onaboard tho wngon escaped without a scratch and so did both horsos. Returning From Celebration. Tho victims were returning from the celebration of n wedding anniversary. All but two, who woro Chicago men, wero residents of Mcnasha. Armless, legless and headless bodies covered tho right of way as (ho train, nlno coaches In longth, was brought to a stop fiOO fret from tho scene of tho crash. Several of tho bodies wero so badly mutilated that Identification was possible only by fragments of clothing. Six of tho victims, all dead, wcro discovered on tho cnglno pilot, where mnittorou jovk. The Sugar Trust, after squaring up with the government for Its custom they lay until removed by tho train house scales steals, and getting on an honest basis once more, rose to crew and passengers. Two of tho persons killed were so high a moral plane that It raised the price of sugar. hurled through a liouie 150 feet away with such force as to overturn tho hny-racn , Water la growing scarcer In Manhattan and the Bronx. New Yorkers wllj have to cut oat the chaser. Man can now fly higher than tbe birds do. The birds, however, take no thought of tbe price of gasoline. EsTon have been misinformed. meralda, Very few aviators have been Injured by the breaking of the hangar BOGROFF 10 COURT-MARTIAL LINER IS RAMMED IN structure AS8ASSIN OF RUSSIAN PREMIER IS TRIED BY A AT KIEV. OLYMPIC BADLY DAMAGED COLLISION WITH CRUISER. FOUNDER OF RED CROSS FACES bBIBEBIBBBSlBBBBBBBBBiA!MLbl HIS FATE CALMLY Largest Passenger Vessel Afloat Turns Back to Port With Large Hole Near Stern. Southampton, England. The steam- Young Revolutionist Hears Death Sen ship Olympic of the Whlto Star line. graces of Alphonso XIII. of Spain, v. ho retence Pronounced Without Flinch the largest vessel afloat which left falsa teeth that they never almost luctantly signed the order practically ingThousands Attend 8tolypln'a here with a large crowd of returning legs do. drown anybody tho way cork American tourists, lies off Calshot placing his country under military Funeral. Castle badly damaged as a result of rule. Opposition Is not directed so We know a man who will beat much against him being rammed by the British cruiser as against his mln Beachey's altitude record when bo Kiev. Tbe which Hawke. gets the bill for hU wife's fall mill! Istry. tried Dmitry Bogroff for slaying Pre The collision occurred off tho north nery. mier Stolypln sentenced htm to death side of the Isle of Wight A great FLYER IN COLLISION on the gallows. Bogroff heard his hole was stovo In the starboard quarThat the governors of twenty-thre- e doom without a tremor. ter of the Olympic, but the 2,000 pas states favor uniform divorce laws may Freight Train Sends Cars Into Ditch was attended by sengers escaped unharmed. Captain The court-martiIn a. strait- result In putting divorce 20 officials, six of them having been Smith Immediately signaled Three Men Fatally Miss Clara Barton, now ever 80, for Ports Jacket witnesses of the shooting, among them mouth to send him tugs, then drove at Injured. Minister of Justice Chtcheglovltoff. In full speed for the mud banks off who la reported very III. As a matter of fact, flying Is still Larimer, Pa. Tho Pennsylvania 18 view of Borgroffa plea of guilty, how Osborne bay. dangerous; but the danger will never WAS EXTERNAL EXPLOSION hour flyer between Chicago and New ever, none of them was called to tho There was great excitement, but no be eliminated without practice and cx stand and only Colonel Kullabko, chief" panic, on board the liner, the passenYork crashed Into a freight train. peri 09 eat The engineer and' fireman of the of the secret police, was examined. It gers of which were reassured by the Battfeshlp Maine Was Wrecked from was through the Instrumentality of Outside According to In Missouri the sunflower has been passenger train and a freight train Kullabko that Bogroff gained admit officers. The weather was somewhat officially declared to be a weed, and brnkeman wero so seriously hurt they tone to the theater to assassinate M. thick and there was a squall at tbe Experts. time of the accident, but the base Kansas Is defiantly Invited to make will die. Stolypln. was not sufficient to obscuro either the most of It. Havana. The cofferdam about tho Bogroff declined counsel. Every one vessel from the other. TWENTY-SIINJURED. was amazed at his calmness and the Tbe Olympic sailed from Southamp- wreck of the United States battleship A mule that Is not to be ridden Maine, sunk In this harbor the night firmness of bis voice as be related the nights or worked days becomes tbe Atlanta Car Overruns Switch and history of his life. He also described ton, bound for New York by way of of February 15, 1898, has been pumped Cherbourg and Qucenstown. The first Turns Turtle. property of a Tennesseean. by will. how he had deceived the police In get cabin passengers numbered 724. out more than eVcr before, and tho What Is he to do with It? persons ting the opportunity to assassinate Among them were between twenty cutting away of tho wrcckago reveals Atlanta, ,Oa. Twenty-sithe premier, but did not betray any of and thirty American millionaires. tho double bottom of the ship, with New York reports the meanest thief were injured, four seriously, when a his accomplices. All told there were nearly 3,000 peo part of tbe keel standing In a perpen we have beard of recently. He has street car, crowded with churchgoers. The sentence must be confirmed by ple on board. dlcular position, some 18 feet higher been stealing electric fans out of the overran a switch and turned over. than the natural position, suggesting The cause of the accident Is not the commander of tbe military district offices of overheated millionaires. that thcro was an explosion at a mine known, although witnesses say that before Bogroff con be hanged. The funeral of Premier Solypln was MADISON OF KANSAS IS DEAD under that part of tho ship. the motormun did not slow up for the Pet snakes are recommended as ex held In the Pccbersky monastery and Tbe explosion there broke tbo ship terminators of mice, but the practice turn, and the car plunged over the was the occasion for universal mourn In two, throwing part of tho ship. In will never become popular among tracks and, crashing Into the opposite ing. Deputations came to Kiev from Insurgent Kansas Congressman Is eluding tbe conning tower, toward the Stricken Suddenly In His those who are Inclined to be con- curbing, turned over on its side. all parts of the empire to attend the stern. It Is a confirmed belief that Home. vivial ceremony and laid over 200 wreaths nuch a tearing of a ship's bottom Strength of Madero. on tbe catafalque. Dodgo City, Kan. Edmond 11. Madi could not have been produced by on Mexico City. What may be regard One man gets a divorce because his son, representative from tbe Sevonth Interior explosion. wife will not kiss him and another ed as an Indication of tho strength of leaves home becauso bis wife kisses the Maderlats In tho chamber of dopu CELEBRATE TAKING OF ROME Kansas district and one of tbe most Influential "Insurgents" In congress. him too often. Men are bard to ties was tho result of the vote taken to detremlno whether Minister of In' Parade Features Anniversary of Fall died at the breakfast table at home satisfy. here. THE MARKETS terlor Garcia Oranados should be call of Temporal Power of Papacy-M- any Pontlac. Mich. President Toft was Denominations Present A Los Angeles man was fined 10 ed before tho house to answer charges shocked to learn of the death of Rep rents for assault and battery. Los of undue Interference In the rights of Cincinnati Grain Market Rome. The forty-firs- t annivers resentative Madison. He was to Angelea Is a great place to live If one the stato of Chiapas. Tho motion was lost by 219 to 41. ary of the taking of Home by havo been a guest of the congressman Flour Winter patent $3.90a4TiT Is a heavyweight and In good physithe Italian troops and the fall of the during his visit In Kansas next week family J2.70a2.S0, low grado $2.40a cal condition. Pottery Plant Destroyed. temporal power of the papacy was and In Syracuse last Saturday de 2.50, bard patent f5a5.45, do fancy Zanesvllle, O. Fire destroyed tho celebrated here. One of the featurea clared that Judge Madison was In a $4.25a4.60. Wheat No. 2 red 93Ho A French scientist announces that there never was any such person as plant of the Ohio Pottery Co., with a was a great parade participated In by large degree responsible for tbe In 94 He. No. 3 red 90V4a93c. No. 4 rod 80a Julius Caesar. If the French scientist 06s estimated at $75,000. Twelve peo hundreds of societies, most prominent auguratlon of tbe present tour across 90c. Corn No. 2 whlto 71a71V4c, No. 3 Is right Mark Antony made a Ine ora- ple were slightly hurt by flying bricks being tbe Free Masons; many for-- the continent whlto 70a71c, No. 2 yellow 70a70,.4c. when the south wing of the pottery Ign delegations were present Many tion over nothing. No. 3 yellow 0914a70e, No. 2 mixed collapsed. delegates to the European Methodist ROBBER C9c, No. 3 mixed 69V4a70c. Oats now In session here also SAYS HE IS TRAIN conference That wealthy New Yorker who No. 2 while 46Ha47c, standard whlto Fire Horror In Wlndy-C(ty- . took port In the celebration. seeks privacy by building a fence ICO Man at Nsenah, Wis Qlvsa Up to 46a46V4c, No. 3 white 45V4a46c. Chicago. In a fire that destroyed feet high around his house will have Cincinnati Live Fto:k. Police for Hold-Uat Bufthe satisfaction of knowing that tbt two small flat buildings two men. a THREE IN CANOE DROWNED falo, N. D. Cattle Shippers S5.65aC.7C, butcher exclusive frog at the bottom of a well woman and a baby were killed and steers, extra J6.15a6.25, good to choice .even people were hurt. has no advantage of him. Young Women of Houghton, Wis, Ncenab, Wis. Tbe local po $5.25a6, heifers, extra $5.50o5.85, Swim Nearly to Shore,, When lice took into custody a stranger good to cbolco J4.10a4.65, cows, extra Canada'a Fifth Census. From Paris comes as the newtst Strength Falls. who says be Is ono of tbe three train $4.75a5, good to cbolco J4.10a4.C5, Ottawa, Ont. The completion of thing In woman's fashions the aero robbers who held up the Northern Pa- cunners I1.50a2.C5. Bulls Bologna plane sleeve, tbe armbole of which Canada's fifth census, begun In June, Houghton, Mary Hender cific fast passenger train at Buffalo, $3.65a4.25, extra Wis. $4.25. Calves extends from toe shoulder to tbe will show a total population consider son, Rose Feurten ago. He goes by Extra $8.50, fair to good $6a8.25, and Ellen waist It Is tbe beholder Instead ol ably under 8,000,000, according to an Lumber, between the ages of sixteen N. D., several weeks the names of Pat Crowe and John common and largo $3a6.50. Hogs tbe wearer who Is sent up In the air official calculation. and nineteen, were drowned while Young, ho says. Tbe sum of f 12,000 Good to choice packers and butchers by this weird creation. canoeing. Annie Henderson reached was stolen from tbe express car at $7.10a7.20, mixed packers J6.90a7.lS, Deposed Shah Killed. shore, tbe only one to escape when tbe time of the robbery and the en common to choice heavy fat sows, One of the weather experts explains Teheran. Iteports aro current that the party's craft capslxcd. The bodies gineer was A reward of 110,000 that a stagnant streak of air near tbe the deposed shah, Mehammed All of the three were found about twelve was offered shotthe arrest of the men. $4a6, pigs (110 lbs and less) J3 for a5.75. Sheep Extra J3.35a3.50, good equator baa been responsible for the Mini, whose forces were recently feet from shore. They bad awom alIs expected an officer will arrive to choice J2.75a3.25. Lambs Extra hot weather of the present summer routed by tbe loyal troops, has been most to safety when their strength It here from Buffalo to Identify tbe man JC We are busy hoping tbe streak of captured or killed. gave out. If possible. stagnant air will keep on being t Cincinnati Miscellaneous. through tbe coming winter. Twenty Buildings Damaged. Poultry Hens 12c, spring chick Odd Fellows Bar Hotel Men. Twenty Dead In Hurricane. Philadelphia. A largo brick factory 12 Vic. 12c, ducks turkeys Indianapolis, Jnd. Hotel keepers Naples. A hurricane swept over ens An eoatern lady ruined a valuable building at Eighth street and Snyder licensed to sell Intoxicating liquors tbe province of Naples, killing twenty 17c, gcrse 6a8c. Eggs Prime firsts antique clock by throwing It at ber avenue was badly damaged by fire. will hereafter be barred from admis persons damage 2 Vic, firsts 21c. Butter Creamery and husband. Her aim probably was so Twenty dwellings also were damaged sion to tho Odd Fellows order. This to property. doing enormous missing extra 28 Vic, firsts 'tie, dairy, fancy Hundreds are poor that she hit tbe sink or the baby by the blaiu. The entire loss is estias tbe decision of tbo sovereign and It Is believed that the list of dead 18 Vic. Apples Duchess $2.50a3 bbl. grand ptano Instead of ber husband mated at about 1150,000. grand lodge, which adoptod an amend- will be greatly Increased. grown Carrots Home Jla2 bbl. Women should always be careful ment to the constitution to this effect grown 10 and 15c dozen. Celery New Smoke Responsible For Sickness. about throwing things which are Eggplants buncb. a 0a25c France Launches Sea Fighter. Pittsburg, Pcnn. That most of Pitts by a vote of 189 to 15. 25a40o dot. Honey llal3c a lb. LemBrest The new French burg's sickness Is due to smoke Typhoons Kill Many. Onions-ho- me Jean Bart, was launched onsCalifornia, $4a4.50. Imagine the genius who sits In a Is the opinion of Ur. Amend Itavold, Victoria. B. C Much loss of life here. The new sea fighter Is one of Kiown Jlo2 bbl. Carrots Horn chairman of the board of scientific rehot office In a city engaged In writproperty was caused search of tbe medical department of andFormosa, according by typhoons six battleships projected last yoar. anges J3a4.50 box. Potatoes JUme ing about tbe Inducements of tbe r in In arivleea She Is expected to have a speed of 20 grou J3.rPa3.75 bbl. American life convention. the orU on his line of railroad! brought by the steamer Panama Maru.' knots ac hour. It Is one of tbe saving court-marti- ' an extraordinary thing!" The doctor then said: "When you Ho down at night that Is tbe way nature takes to give your heart rest. You know nothing about It, but your heart, that forever beating organ, Is taking a rest, and If you will hut reckon It up, you will find that It Is a great deal of rest, for In lying down, the heart Is doing ten strokes less a minute than before. Multiply that by 60. and It Is 600, and multiply that by eight hours, and within a fraction, It Is 6,000 strokes different; and at the heart throws some six ounces of blood at every stroke, It makes a difference of some 30,000 ounces of lilting In a single night, or over 84,000 pounds every year! When I lie down at night without any alcohol, then my heart gets rest, and my strength Is renewed. But when you tako your wine or grog, you do get the rest for tho effect of the alcohol Is to Increase tho number of strokes, and Instead of getting the Is Intended to give, rest which you force the heart to some 15,000 extra strokes In a single night, and the result Is, that you rise up In the morning compsratlvely weak, and unfit for the next day's work till you have taken another drink of the 'ruddy bumper,' which you seem to think Is a source of strength and tbe life of sl-e- man below." The young man acknowledged that this must be so. He began to reckon Jp the figures and found what It was to bo lifting up to many ounces so many thousand times, and tbe result was that he became a total abstinence roan, with the greatest benefit to his health, and as bo admits, to his enjoyment of llfo and happiness. EVIL X EFFECTS OF DRINKING e For the Want of Little the Moderate Drinker Imposes Tax on His Fellow Men. A recent address given by 8Ir Victor Homely, the eminent English physician, contains some remarks on the subject of alcoholic drinking which are worthy of general consideration: "The moral conduct of future citizens," nn states, "begins In tbe borne. If we consider tbe things that are done lo degrade human life we are brought back to tbe question of alcohol. In regard to the luxuries of lite begins, as a "Self-sacrific- x -- rule, with a man giving up alcohol. Ho 1 am concerned. It seem an Incredibly small sacrifice to make, but It Is not so to marry people. Tbe Individual who considers honestly what Is his duty toward bis fellow countrymen must consider this matter from two totally different potnts of view. He must consider the duty to make himself aa fit as possible for his work In the country. He must consider the children. Tbe very question or sick Insurance now being dealt with by tbe government, however remote It may seem to you. Is governed by the question of for It has clearly been shown that the proportion of sickness among moderate drinkers Is greater than among abstainers. For the want of a little far as d p e poses taxes on his fellow men. Only a few days ago an old, much-loveteacher of my own. Sir A. Pearce Gould, showed that cancer wss a dis ease which attacked those who took alcohol twice as frequently as those who do not. Every dsy we have evi dence of this sort brought before us. showing that total abstinence stand first as a salient element In the mak ing of the nation." tbe moderate drinker Im stag-rian- Plat Not 8mooth. To encourage temperance the Brit ish admiralty allows 36 cents a month to sailors who forego their dally ration of rum. nut, as a sailor who does not wish to drink rum can draw his rations and selt them to other sailors at 80 cents or even more a mouth, the temperance plan is not so success ful as was hoped. Intemperance Debasing. There Is no vice In nature more de basing and destructive to men than Intemperance. It robs them of their reason, reputation, and Interest It ren ders them unfit for human society. It degrades them below the beasts that perish, and justly exposes them to universal odium and contempt Earaons. September 29, 1911 WHERE 9 THE CITIZEN THEY WILL PREACH A LODGE WORKER OF ABILITY Kentucky IN FALLS CITY Conference Appointments For Next Year Announced By Blihop Candler. The Life-Givin- g Stream StacV? ScM Lmmb Ott S, Mil IpMlaSy Amacsd for This Paper I.ESBOK TEXT-Eiek- lcl -- VALUABLE PROPERTY IN WHOLE8ALE DISTRICT DESTROYED. THREE BRAVE FIREMEN . . Curious Freak Produced rt-rf by Two Ears Ift O. A. VaughL or corn potato Has Fact Like prosldlng cider; Alexandra, 3. It. Nel- Bloated Old Loafer. TIB-Th- ls prophecy of the tjf rtr-tn- ff Tone of Brick From the Burnlnn ,on Augusta, J. II. Noland: Brookn- stream was written U. C. STt "In tha Dclnnlni; of tha year" It w Of course wo all know that corn has Buildings Crashed Adjoining Prop- - Vllle, I'rlco T. Smith; Ilutlor, U. F, ih. middle of the 70 years' captivity erty Firemen and Clerk plcturo Were Cosby; California, It. D. Wilson: V. The earlier prophecies of thla second part ears, but tho accompanying Caught A. Savage, supernumerary; Covington, LsllllllllLslllllH of Esektel were written U or 1J years be- - win convlnco you that a stalk of corn ' aasLkW 4tfsl may bo gifted with a hand as well. turo in Scott street, T. W. F. Tay. rLACE It was written at on The plcturo was taken from a photo Loulavilto. An aTalanche of bricks lor, supernumerary; Watts; W. the. river Chebar m Babylonia, to tha 8L I.uko's, A. W, graph made of two cars of corn, each from upper walla of a burning six- -xlles scattered throughout that retlon. GplJ- of which closely rcsomblcd a human PLACK IN IIIBTORT-- It belonn In lh iory milldlng In tho wholesale dls Hrooks; Cynthlana, A. T. O'lloar; Krnn part of Eieklel'a prophecies, tha hand. The one shown In the Illustra second - Martin; G. nlt0D. J he-trlct crashed through three floors of object of which waa to prepare the people tion was tho moro """ingion; supernumerary; Fnl- - LaLaLaLaLaLm an adjoining building;, killing; three perfect of the two WLaLaLaLaLaLaLaH for their return. It waa like leaven work-Inmouth, E. K. Arnold! Highland, J. It. LaLaLaLaLaLat. firemen and Injuring several others. durlnr the M years before the people specimens, and you can readily see Were fitted to berln anew In toat most of the proportions resem The dead: Lieut. Virgil Ferguson. Savage; Kolat, F. II, Jones; Newport, Nebuchadneixar, klnt of Babylonia! ble those of a hand with amusing corOOWfl fhaW WcWFireman Itlchard HardJman, Fireman W. S. Maxwell; Oddvlllc, W. S. Van- - LbLbLbLbLbLbLb sLbLbLbLbLbLbLbI Daniel itlll llvlns aa a atatesman. rectness. Hands of corn are not un Richard Dial, all of tho salvage corps, dorpool; Vlsatla, W. T. Eklar; WII- common, a certain variety of the veg tu lujurou.-- jbcod atcegei and lamstown. w. it r,..,,.,i,ii. mi.in. In our last lesson wo studied the etable having been named "band Armiir Aiontanus, employes of the ary to Korea, W. O. Cran; student In J. D. HUNTER. warnings by which Ood, through his the Indians owing to Its wall paper company. prophet Ezeklel, would persuade Is- corn" by to produce hand-likCblcago university, J. E. Savage. tendency cars. Tho firemen nnd clerks were on tho Newly-electeChaplain of Orand rael to so repent and return to Ood, Danville District W. K. Arnold, pro- produces some curious freaks. street floor of tho plant wetting stock Council of the Jr. O. U. A. M. of Ken that It would not be necessary to tvnr. Nature sraing eiuor; Hurgln, J. W. Simpson particularly among potatoes. Often against possible Ignition from tho tucky. turn up a great, LT.P' toJl? biasing adjoining building of David Ilurnslde, J. V. (lardncr; Corbln. It, r. Jordon; Danville. tuber looking for all the world . .ft . iuo M ... llalrd & Son. wholesale jmilliners. East Berusteadt, K. II. J. I. Strother: LOST BY ONE MINUTE. iempie was nk0 the faco ot a bloated old loafer. """v""Armltage; Har Upper walls of the Ualrd building, uurucu, BDa iu treasures Dome away i- .Th rrhin... weakened from names snd tons of rodsburg, M. T. Chandler; Lancaster, I MflkTP by tho Chaldeans. YDIIR nUIM nni I unncc Tho best of the nn.ri.. r Matter of Allowing Women to Serve -it I water hurled against them, .fell with- E. H. I'earco; London. W. 8. .uiufuus uuiiusiuva ui tinnnltt Ihn.. I. .Vl.l. uuul. IIUUuU as Church Delegates Mentioned stead; Mackvllle. J. A. Sawyer: Mca. rr. V ' r... " "'to lUBreal" the vegetable kingdom. At the out warning. Too Late. of. g,ood' and lh8 u& World's dow Creek, to be supplied by Ocorgo Fair of 1893 some Chlrfbse Directions for Making One That Any They struck the roof of tho rat wero i inntd nin roung; Mlddlesboro. II. F. Cha ..i,ii,ii.j mf uoiuk Little Qlrl Can Put Under Her building of the Kentucky Wall a. I sent Into far dlitftnt. exile, for their II IOUlavilln. ArrnrHl nnu s tgn iUt,UVB UlfiU, UU(, WCIQ fAnr Arm and Carry Away. .iu wvat- vmi Paper Co. Smashing through the roof tham; Moreland. F. D. ratmotcr; Pert mn.tr..mtm - hundrods of yeara old. ucu s ineir ancessuiution These curious as If It wore so much paper, the bricks ryvllle. W. K. McClure: Plnovllle and soclatlon, or tno Long nun Baptist as- disciplined and trained In little dwarfs had all the character!- which concluded Its 108th ,lr Darbourvllle, W. D. Qlbbs; Preachers- You have probably heard of the man continued through three floors, land- vllle, iuai uiey mignt do who took up his bed and walked, but J. E. Roberta; Pulaski circuit, annual meeting at tho Little Flock ab,d ing In tho basement. The firemen and t0 uko PO"esslon of the church, no amendment to the W. E. Coleman; Hlchmond, here is a bedroom that any girl can 0. W, clerks working In the rear of the Crutchfleld; may bo mado after 12 "Land-o'cloccarry under her arm without the least Somerset, C. K. Dickey store wore caught In the bricks' fall. Stanford, Tnor wero aheep without ashep-nua- l on tho second day of an an- difficulty. The best of It Is that the J. J. Dlckoy; Wllmoro, W, Tho two clerks wero dug out Imme- I young housewife can moke the whole meeting. Consequently, Clark;, field editor, Central Meth tbo Derd- - Their former rulers, whom Ood diately, but It was more than an hour n shepherds over his peo- thing by a careful use of glue and nmondment providing women 08(1 P'0 Advocate, Oroon V. before rescuers got to the bodies of odlat Asbury College, M. Todd; prcsl may serve as messcneorathat thn aaan-- J P'e n their own land, had Droved part ot some old book. This Is tho o dent C. Morrison the firemen. They were dead when fa,8e and '"stead of leading them to way to go about It: Frankfort District E. I. South elation from tho different churches did found. gato, presiding elder; Carrollton, E. T. not become effective, as it was brought tne Breen pastures and still waters of uet your father to give yoa soma old. Tho llalrd losa I 1300,000. while volume with sound covers and a strong Mclntlre; Corinth, S. I. Moore; Frank. up for discussion at 12:01 o'clock by ohedlcnce aad righteousness, had done stores suffered dsmage. d back. Then carefully cut the pages-ou- t fort, O. T. Turner, T. F. Taliaferro, su Thomas D. Osborne, and tho modern- - none ot tD things a pornumerary; (Jcorgetown.W.M.Hrltt tor at onco advised Mr. Osborno that ou6nt to da They killed th flock la-- it of the book and stiffen tho back SUNDAY-SCHOO,tead ot feeding IL They neglected was barred by limitation. WORKER3 TO (Iratz. W. U. Hall; Hlnton, A. Head with a pleco of strong cardboard, Although tho nmondment waa "lost lne B,CIt- - T"8 MEET. the flock to be which must be glued into place. Then, Hughes Chapel. C. 1 Pillow; Hutchl by a minute," Mr. Osborno announced tora bjr ""ttA beasts. They let them be. cut two pieces of cardboard of equal son and Oxford. 8. A. ArnnM- - Mmi-a- . scauerea upon the face of tho earth,1 Greatest Convention In State Antlel- - burg. W. A. Swift; Mount Hope. A. P. that he will endeavor to secure Us length for your end walls and cot an and none did search or seek after pated Tho Speakers other piece sufficiently long to make Jones; Now Columbus. J. H. Williams; passage nt the next annual meeting. me ceiling. These strips should be as j. a. Hams; Petersburg. S. J, About 300 i elegates were tn attend them." Now God promised them a true shepherd. lxjulavllle. Plans are being made Bradley; Polsgrove, William Wood; ance at the two days' sessions. wide as the space formerly occunled. Ereklol becamo ono of "tho Society to bavo tho forty-sixtby the leaves. (Hue the throe strips to Ilcv. W. IL Powers, who was re nnnual conven- Port Royal, IL A. Selby; Rudders tion or the Kentucky Sunday-schoo- l ono of the book covers to correspond Mills, W. A. Ponu; Warsaw, T. W. Ba elected moderator, preached a sermon of Encouragers." Tho new day was yet nearly B0 years in tho future, but association the largest and greatest Iter; Worthvlllc, C H. Orcer; presl in tho tonU with the end walls and celling of the over held In the state. Tho music will dent Mlllcrsburg Female College. C. C. bedroom In the picture. This Dart A motion to conBolldato tho Lone I tno Promise and the hopo and tho Koal be In charge of Prof. E. O. Excoll, of Fisher; chaplain state rrlson. Frank Hun association with tho Shelhv conn. I were from this time before tholr eres. of the bedroom can bo mado stronger ty, tho Nelson county and the Marlon The possibility of redemption, of a by pasting bracing pieces at the Joints. mcago. mo inmous cnoir leader nnd fort, W. O. Vrceland. it is a simple matter to cut out a musical aumor, ixmiavuio is rank- Jackson District C. F. Oney, pro- - county associations was mado by Mr. new 1,f0 of blessing, of a glorious and wg preparation ror one thousand dole- - swing cldor; Campton, J. R. Peeples; Osborno, but no second was received. I Prrect neaven, Is one of the first es- window similar to the one In the picVegetable Hands and Faces. ture, and any bright girl can shape Tho Itev. E. O. VIck. of Louisville. cntials for escaping from a life of sin. t,cs unics, uciooer nazzard and Porry mission. W. V. Three hundred pastors, threo hun- - Cropper; Hozol (Ireeti, W. II. Itagan; who was appointed superintendent of Tho assurance ot a perfect earth, of Rnsf'ed o,d trees, and It was the necessary bedroom furniture from Dao ueen iamiiy pretty colored cardboard. urea supcnnienaenis ana nvo Hundred iiinuman and Knott mission, J. A. uiBtrtct missions n year ago, was re me transformation of this world Into An Open the kingdom of heaven. Is strength, ne,r,0ms for,over 1.000 years in some Window club button will complete the tencners in our Sunday-school- s are Wright; Hydcn and Italic mission, 0 elected to the ofllce. courage, success for those laboring for cae8- - Tha trees Krow'ln pots, and furnishing after the window has boen expected. R. Combs; Jackson. T. U. Cook: Man somo o 'he smaller ones could be Miss Mary Wilson, of Mayavllle, will Chester and Clay mission, to bo EDUCATORS ANNOUNCE DATES. this object In order to attain this hope, and ,ea',"r niddcn under a lnc tho story of tho San Francisco piled by C. F. Chostnut; West Liberty, this promise. It waa W. II. Fryman; convention. Whltesburg and Ninth District Association Wilt Meet lutely necessary that they should MOST DURABLE KIND OF DOLL Among tbo many who will make ad- mission, E. C. Watts. at Carlisle, November nave a cnange of beart. The heart in dresses am take part lu the confer-Islington District John R. Deer- enccs may bo mentioned J. Shrovo Ing. presiding older; Camargo, W. F. Lexington. At a meeting of tho ex- - Scripture denotes the center of man's American Concern Hn Brouaht Out uurnam, of Cblcago; Rev. Wm. Dro- - Wyatt; Clay City, to bo supplied by L. ACUttvn rnnimlltoA nf lh. Ml nil. nl.. iiciBuuai acu vines, ii is tno organ or Toy. Said to Ba Wonderful Ad. sol, of Evansvllle, Ind.; C. D. Meigs, A. Fryman; College Hill, P. C. Ever- - trict Educational association tho de- - 1 ,ousnt' hf eat of the affections, and vance In Construction. of Indianapolis; President E. Y. Mul- - solo; Prcncbburg and Olympla. J. W, tails Wore arranced for the first moot. ?" moral Impulses, of choice, and TOm a r,gnl ne,rt nows a r,8ht llns, UaptUt theological seminary, and (llbert; Irvlno and Ueattyvllle, J. W. ing of tho association, which will bo !,7 Although dermany has for many m a wronr heart flows wrong years been credited with the newest President C. IL Hemphill, Presby- Jackson; Lexington, First church, O, held at Carlisle on November 24 and ,,. ' na De8t ,aeas n children's toys, an terian theological seminary. J. Chandler; Epworth, J. I). Harris; 15. Among those who attended tho park aven-ie- , O. H. Crocket; C. F. Ev nicotine were: A Home of worship, a temple or American concern has designed and f'nm wn.nn ans, Hupornumerary; Morehcad. R. D. 8towart. sunerlntpmlnnt nf h PLANS FOR LINCOLN WAY. nnn church, hours of BIblo atudy and wor-- brought out a doll which 1b said to be Ualrd; Mt. Sterling. IJ. C. Horton; ML county schools, president of tho asso- - Bn,p' 8acre(1 dayt somoforms of serv- wonderful advance In doll construe-elatio"a'- - Persons set apart for re-- tlon. In the first place, the now type Mrs. W. L. James, of tho Boyd ,co or Will Consider Louisville Committee Zlon circuit. II. C. Wright; Nlcholas- Vllle, J. W. Crates; F. W. Noland. su county schools, vice president; Miss ,Ik1ous teaching are essential to the dH is all wood, the head being Alternative Plan. pornumernry; A Pocket Bedroom. religion nna me prog- - ouu. me neaa. arms ana legs are Owlngsvllle, E. E. Jessie O. Yancey, superintendent ot lu"u ress ot the truth. These forms and Joined to the trunk by means of steelKllxabclhtown. The reconstruction Holmes; Spears. O. W. Hoffman; Ver- - the Mason county schonla draped with a curtain. Perhaps" a' betIndeed bo filled with the spring swivel and hinge Joints, which of tho Louisville nnd Ximhvllln nlUn sallies, J. M. Fuqua; Winchester. I and Miss Llda Rardnir. nf Niohnin. ter way would be to get your boy Into tho Lincoln and Jackson Way Is ,toul",ln; Winchester. Mt. Abbott, to county, treasurer. Tho program fot epirii. i ney mat worsnip uod Tnust completely eliminate me use or rubber friends to whittle you out a dainty worship him In spirit and in truth." cord. Tho face, being of solid wood y I. T. Spencer, SUPP"?(1 the moetlng of tho association will being delayed on account of lack of an be Missionary to Japan. T. W. H. De- - soon bo nnnounced by tho president, Hence these visions of Ezeklel. And Instead of composition, is artistically bedroom set agreement as to plans and sDeclfica- One of the advantages of the book In fact, there grew up among tho extlons between tho Loulsvlllo and (ho maree' Kentucky Wesleynn College, J. Mrs. stowart. room Is that a thrifty housewife can iles, religious organizations, synaClark, president, and W. S. Ander-Hardin county committees. add to the number of her apartments gogues, schools, Sabbath keeping Tho Lincoln Way comralttef ot on' Profe88"": conference missionary STATE W. C. T. U. CONVENTION. as rapldly-ashe may make the rooms. which prepared tbem for their return secretary, P. C. Eversole. Loulsvlllo mibmlttcd plans and syeclfl- In this way a girl might have a veriMayBVllIo District E. a. n. Mann, Meeting at Hopklnsville and their restoration as the visible cations to the Hardin county commit- Will Be Ad table mansion of rooms that, when people of God. The temple was the Carlisle, W. F. leo providing for a fifteen-foo- t high- - Pre4ld,K dressed By CapL Hobson. placed up on a shelf, side by side, symbol of God's permanent presence. way at a cost of 7f,000. but as tho Vnu8hni Falrvlow mission, supplied would look as dignified as a set or One thing only was wanting, the wacounty has only $40,000 to build tho I uy KU0S "nKBner; r lemlngsburg, C. IIODklnsvlUo. Tho lhlrtv.Hrl nn. books. ... ... t, eternal life, the Holy Spirit, ruau, .1. county committeo A. Tngue, W. W. Spates, supernumernual convention of tho Kentucky Stato ter" uiu niirum submitted plans and specifications to ary; Germautown, W. II. Carrlott; Women'B Temperance Union will be ln cacn 000 who receives, a well of WHY DO WE COUNT BY TENS? Loulsvlllo Lincoln Way committee Hlllsboro. S. H. Pollott; Llttlo Rock. hold, beginning Friday, Sept. 29. Mrs. water springing up into everlasting tho life. It is the stream of salvation. for a less costly highway, providing T. M. Humphrey; Mayavllle, First Frances Bcauchamn. the Easily Seen How Much Easter and for a twelve-foo-t road &t a cost of church, M. 8. Clark; Second. J. T. J. dent, will preside and an Interesting 'widening Into tbo gospel, flowing Fixer, J. W. Word, supernumerary: program has boon arranged. Better It Would Be to Reckon by 152,000. luxuugu mo centuries. Moorclleld, It. M. Leo; Mount Carmel. Dozens Fingers to Blame. un tne east side of the Jerusalem A "cclal fcaturo will bo two ad- O. W. Iloawell: Mount Olivet. Edward dresses Uy CapL Hlchmond P. Hobson. temple there is a valley which leads. GETS LIFE IMPRISONMENT. Why do we count by tens and not Allen; Salt Well, to bo supplied by E, Another event will be an . oratorical to the Dead sea. Tho healing waters, by twelves? It Is unfortunate that our contest by high school pupils for a "a BOtt flowing stream, regarded as a 8nnon. n,,d Somorsat. . "We. tho Jury, find tho system of numbers has not two moro symbol of the silent and unobtrusive gold modal. defendant, Ktaunt Helton, guilty of will. A' " " , , signs so that the first number of two lnfluenco of tho divine presence in Is- '" V ful murder and fix his punishment InUV"... V .."k figures would be the number we now i" raol came from Cod, through his sanc hi, wiiiiams: luiicBuuiu, REGIMENTAL REUNION. tho penitentiary for llfo Vancoburg. J. W. Harris; Washington. represent by "12." Twelve can bo di tuary, the sourco of all good, all now-Such waa the finding of the 12 men I. IL Hoi Ion. vided by two. three, four and Blx. and So slz C6nturlei Irvlno. Celebratlnc the nnnl rprsnrv I " for Mlvatlon. who tried Helton for the killing of New American Doll. Shelbyvllle District C. L. Uohon, of their orcanliatlon at Estill Snrinira. later the powers which have chttXLKed ten can be divided by only two and .Magistrate A. J. Ileatty at llurnsld". presiding five. You can see how much better It lu thought that Helton's lawyers N. IhiBh; elder; Anderson circuit, It. Bedford, James E. Wright; ngo, votornns of tho Eighth Kentucky a"on. came from tho risen Saviour, will not appeal the case. Helton will that U can bo washed. Tho nicely and eastor It would be to reckon sums Blooinfleld. P. C. Walker; Campbells- - Koglment. Volunteer Infnntry, of the It cannot bo useless to Insist upon shaped hands and feet aro cut from by dozens when you must divide tbo bo tried nt tbo next terra of court for burg. W. 11. Johnson; Chaplin, E. L. Union array, mfct In reunion here. 01 a clear understanding of tho relative solid hardwood. numbers every once ln awhile, and In the whole makethe murder of Constable Heath. (Irlffy; Chrlstlnusburg, J. 8. Hagan; the 600 men who composed the regl positions ot the threshold from be up ot tho new dolls there Is nothing to you might think that the people that Crestwood, Andrew C. Johnson; I Invented numbers would have seen ment only 160 survive Fifty-threot low which tho waters proceed forth. easily wear or get out of order. FELL FROM BRIDGE. W. D. Wclburn; Lawronco- - the survivors were present and this. Hut nobody did invent numbers. and tho Dead sea which is to be heal burg, P, F. Adams; Milton, Joslah Ood- Numbers were already Invented beed thereby. , Lexington. Spiders Store No Food. P. C. Iiernace of Cincinbey; Now Castle, C. J. Nugent; Old fore people knew that there could be The river brings life, wherever its It Is said that spiders, store away-nnati, un employe of tho American ham circuit, C. W. Williams: Ploas such a thing as counting. MINISTERS IN CONVENTION. waters flow. The Dead sea; wherein fnnt In Ivtnf., niin.1... .1.1 Ilrldgo (,?., fell from the new tHlgh urovlllo, D. W. Look at your hands, and you will llobortson; Shelbyvllle, conference of 7d and clreVully sh e" Dt bridge on tho Cincinnati Southern, a w. u. sauier; tsaivisa, J. M. Mothows; South, convenes tho Methodist church. I'?. see why peoplo count by tens, Every horo the 493 church-ced ,n Te,vety C0Dwe0 Mclts ba, de, ffm fifth distance or 27G fect, and was Instant- Himpsonviiio, P. F. Jones; Taylors ono counts on bis fingers somotlmes, It of the seven districts of tho conferfish as many and great the weather. The.o ly killed Ho was riding a pleoe of vllle, E. K. Pike; Woodlawn. i.tk. may i, J. E ence wore represented by 16C pastors. ns In the Mediterranean itself. It found swinging by silken ropes from and there was once a time when not Iron, swung by a derrick, and In somo Moss; president Kings every one could do even that. Some wood College, Bishop J. H. McCoy, of Birmingham, heals the heavy sulphurous waters the goldeorod and corners wuy lost his bold. of J. v. i luges. presided. and they are fllted with living things. fences and stone walls. Tho board savage tribes In Africa aro so stupid little that they cannot count above five. So tbo now life that Ood was bringplders creep from their cozy Bleeping SALE OF JERSEY COWS. JACK STRAW TO GO WEST. DIES LAUGHING AT JOKE. ing to tbo exiles, would change all bags which the wise mother has pro- When thoy have got that far they say their discourageUents mm hardntts vided for them, and If they escape they have counted a "hand," and two Shelbyvllle, J. F. MIddleton. o! Ma- "hands" are a "man." If men had Buechel. Laughing nt a Joke told of heart, their tendenclo-- i to sin and inciiesicr. Announcement was their cunnlbnl brothers and sisters plcgrovo stock farm, held a sale of made by William Shropshire, of tho by her husband caused tho death of Idolatry, all their heathen surround- thoy enter at once on a career of trap been born with 12 figures Instead ot Jorsey rattle and Durco-Jcrsehogs. nrra of Matlack & Shropshire, that Mrs. Joo Dalraer. Among tho 10, we should have counted by doz stories ings and Influences which had dead- ping and hunting. Tho Jorsey cattle, which Included four Jack Straw, champion goldlng of tho told by hlni was ono that struck his ened their consciences ens almost from the beginning. and darkened head of ugod cows and sixty-threblue grass, Will bo shown at tho wiro us particularly humorous. She their hopes Into despair all this dead-nes- s Meaning of Death, head ot heifers, brought a total ot Quits Changed. began laughing and could not atom and Kansas City horse shows. Into life and. love and hopo and Small Itobert did not know tbo an avcrago of 8177 a head, Tho Why, papa," catd Frances, who In n fow moments she fell over dead, obedience, Into new eaergy and activmeaning ot death, so when be was was looking at the album; "surely this top price was for Majesty's Oxfcnl Versailles. Tho West Loxlnitton ity ot all the fruits of the Spirit. told a man across the street was dead Isn't a picture of youf" "Yes Presbytery has acceded to the reoueat Lass, for whU'h 11,050 was paid. reJackson. In a feud battle In Breath So me Gospel of tho Lord Jesus bo asked his ot tho church at Troy that the Ho v. II. itt county John Alkmnn, u sister what plied papa; "that Is a picture cf me noted old- - Christ transforms the deadness ot the It meant to b dead, After a I Lexington. Tbo board ot dlroctors L. Cockersham, recently called by the tune feudist, was moment's was quite young." "Well," instaut y killed and sinful human heart into th f uilncvt of hesitation she nnsworrd: "Why, to when of the Lexington Union Station Co. re- presbytery to evangelistic work ln the his son Martin ami u man commented the little girl, "It doesn't spirit blessing and activity In riehV bo dead nunied nierus that that you are look as much like you as you look elected all olllcers. mountains bo allowed to remain there. nam Amy were latauy injured. oousncss, all in," now." Richmond. Bishop W. A. Candler THE read tlio following appointments nt tho concluiilon of tlio Kentucky con ference of tho Methodist Episcopal church, South; Covington Dlstrlct-- fr . Cornerjofa (uunwrj 7 HAND AND KILLED J. MESonr vsnsE- -. ... "llUBWTir Will, i nnr.nrM r him take tha water at lira rr.iw ' U:IT. 47, VEGETABLE FACE ' nr KK&rF' Tel-abl- b Uteres tie 4 1 8r ililililililB s- And SttTev JVe beeif Uink. & - a. Puin -- e d Sttle "1 i P!t '- an ecaeriT Tear t.. ,!.,.,.. .... four-stor- y r.rit"6 - ua i I "e"eii3 k n ruler-shepher- L h iw-z- "r'lcu ah.-uv- " hat-reali- 24-2- M. io.i.Pr un nut s ' e o s tlt8H.rSlb fr nVT y e 12,-80- Page Four. HIE CITIZEN. September 28, 191 1. W. B. CORSET Guaranteed Not To Rust 1 11111111111111 jHIEt This latest W B. accomplishment again emphasizes the superiority of J the W. B. product. R. H. CHRISMAN Undertaking and Embnlmlnrf A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies. SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. E. F. COYLE You pay Day Phone 26 with Miss Hill who Is connected tho McKoro Academy has been spending soveral days In Berea, nnd, last Wednesday morning In connection with Miss Gray ot tho Atlanta University, inado a tour of the Col lego buildings. Miss Mary E. Adking, Western Secretary of tho Baptist Foreign Mission Society, with headquarters fit Chicago, is spondlng her month's vacation with Prof, and Mrs. L. V. Dodge. Miss Adklns will bo pleasantly remembered by many Borcans, from her stay here, somo two years ago. .Miss Helen JackBon of Cincinnati Is trimming for Mrs. Laura Jones this season. Sho is tho only city trimmer In town. Her work Is beautiful, and sho will make any hat Just as you order it made. It is such a satisfaction to know you can get your hat Just right for your particular stylo. This is guaranteed nt Mrs. Laura Jones'. Tho Athletics of the Col lego are becoming at Interest to many stu dents and each afternoon It Is a familiar sight to seo tho tennis courts occupied and a number of students waiting their turn to play. Department football practice has also begun nnd In a taw weeks a scries ot games will be started in which tho various departments will bo rep New tennis courts aro resented. ' being erected In various places, four having been started on Lincoln Field which is now given over to tho Foun-- j datlon and Model Schools, another Is being constructed north ot Lincoln Hall to bo used by tho men workers, Tho women workers of the Facul-- 1 ty will havo the use ot tho court In front ot tho Dlnsmoro homo which s being renovated and BaBkotball Interest Is growing apaco and tho Gymnasium was crowded last Saturday evening with students were' enthusiastic over tho who threo basketball games which wero played that evonlng. The colors of tho Faculty team were lowered by tho Academy. ho Gymnasium classes will soon begun. The gymnasium will bo open from 6:30 to 9:30 each evening and an opportunity will bo given nt tho end of each period for fifteen minutes of basketball for those who attend the various classes. Tho C. E. Society of tho Union church has decided to send a dela-gato tho Convention to bo held next week, beginning, Oct. 7th, at Harrogato, Teen. Tho Kentucky Stato Library Association will hold its annual meeting at Uerca, Oct 5 and 6. j j to Nlrfht 40 less. .or get more Fire, Miss Mary Wilson of Maysvllle will toll tho story of tho San Francisco Convention o at tho Stato Sunday School Convention in Louisville, Oct o Miss Wilson told the story ot tho World's Convention at tho Stato VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A NEWS OF BEREA AND o Convontlon last year and all who VARIETY OF SOURCES o heard it pronounced it tho finest description of a convention they had evor heard. This ono will bo equally Mr. Wallace Adams was in Richas good. mond last Monday. Mr. J. L. Baker was in Lancaster nro Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burdetto tho first ot tho week on business. the proud parents of a son, John Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Welch had a Campbell, born Friday, Sept 22. pleasant addition to their family when CITY rilONK 183 Three hundred pastors, three hun- a nine pound son arrived at their OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE dred ot Sunday Superintendents homo last Friday. Schools and five hundred teachers In Miss Ruth TcrrlU left recently for BRECK our Sunday Schools are expected at Col lego DAN Hill, Ohio, whero sho has tho Stato Sunday- - School Convention employment. Life in Louisville, October Dr. D. It. Botklns from London, Ky, We have In our warehouse five is opening up an offlco in tho Berea Insurance JUchmond, Ky. tons of Globe Fertilizer which we National Bank Building. The Doctor Phone 505 ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o LOCAL PAGE 19-2- oooooooooooooooooooooooooo DR. BEST, DENTIST H. and Accident. Fresh cow for salo. Prlco reasonable. Call at Citizen offlco. Mr. Jas. A. Burgess, Supt. of Construction and wood work, returned, Monday, from a week's viBlt to KnoxvlUo and Chattanooga. At KnoxvlUo ho visited tho Appalachian Exposition and, at Chattanooga, spent somo looking tlmo over tho historic battlo flold. Dr. and Mrs. Cowley havo been visited this week by Mrs. Cowley's 'brother-in-laMr. John BIymcr Prof. Dodgo has Just returned from a trip ot soveral days devoted to the Inspection ot Grand Army posts in some of the mountain counties. Mrs. Putnam of tho Academy Faculty has been compelled to leavo town for a few weeks on tho ad v loo of her physician. Wo trust sho will havo a speedy recovery. Certainly, go see nil tho hats, but tho best place to buy your hat is at Mrs. Laura Jones', Chestnut St., Ky, Uorea, Rest material, best styles, best city trimmer. And It Is a pleasure to buy there. You feel thi$ you nro going to get Just tho right bat. Tho price Is always satisfactory. You save money, hrartach'o and worry by coming to her Jor your hat, for satisfaction Is guaranteed with each order. SAVE THE WATER rs Jones, ot Passadenn, California. Miss Taylor, a graduates of our hospital, has gono to West Vlrgtna 10-2- will sell at reduced price. has also rented L. & N. TIME TABLE. Nbrth Bound Local 10:E5 7:00 a. m. Knoxvllle 3:G2 1:04 p. m. BEREA. 7:45 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound Local 8:15 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 BEREA 6:55 p. m. 5:5a Knozrllle p. m. a. m. a. rn. p. zn. a. in. a. m. Express Trains Stop to tako on and let ol( passengers from beyond Dayton, O., or from Atlanta and beyond. South Bound 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati 11:44 a. nr. BEREA North Bound 4:4(i p. ra. BEREA 8:37 p. m., Cincinnati Mr. J. M. Early is at homo this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Holder left, Saturday, for their new home in Lon' don.- Rev.' Buckston Jeft, Monday, his homo in Colorado, ffe will for, re- turn with his family. Miss Mary Pickering, who underwent an operation at tho hospital two weeks ago, Is able to bo out a Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Englo, boy, Sunday. Mr. L. L. Shadoln was in town the first of tho week. Mr. Gilbert Combs was visiting frionds in Berca, last week. Mr. Howard Dlznoy who has been working in Mlddlesboro, tho last year, returned, Sunday, to bo in school. Mr. John Bower was over Sunday to boo bis little son. Miss Merry who has been in Oklahoma since tho first ot Sept. has returned, to assist in the hospital. Miss Martha Click left, Friday, for cupancy. hor vacation. Sho will visit hospitals Dr. S. McGuIre Is in town for a in Clovehind, Chicago and other largo few days. while away. cities Mrs. S. E. Welch Is visiting in Mr. Theodoro Pasco is at home to RHODUS & HAYES Mrs. John A. Wyatt was able to be taken from. tho hospital to her homo last week. Mrs. C. II. Burdette's mother, Mrs. Camnbell. is spending a few weeks wjth her. Tho members of the Y. W. C. A. gavo a party to tho new girls on tho lawn at Ladles' Hall, Saturday afternoon. Tho girls, both new and old, had a delightful time. Walter Holllday and wife of near Mt Sterling spent the latter part of last week with Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Holllday at their home on Richmond Street. Miss Daisy Spence who has been staying in Richmond' for sotno tlmo is at home again. Mrs. Jonnlo Lester Hill and son, Loster, havo been visiting for several Lester days with friends in town. is on his way to Oregon where ho will bo in school. B. H. Gabbard, T. A. Robinson and J. R. Jackson were In Richmond last Friday. Mrs. H. C. Kinnard who has been visiting her son ot Omaha, Nebraska, has returned home. Master Robert Howard, the bright little son of prultte Smith, who has been at the hospital the past week, suffering from a uovero caso of acuto bronchitis, returned home Thursday, much lmprovod. His little friends aud neighbors celebrated his return and also bis first birthday anniversary, Sept. 21st, with a delightful surprlso party and many birthday remembrances. Mr. Rico French continues 111 et his homo on Elm Street. Mr. Henry Jones will soon havo his handsome new house ready for oc- Mayor Gay which tho mayor having property to which few weeks. whero sho exacts employment. Mrs. Voglcr of Cynthlana, mother of one of our students In the Academy, and an aunt of Mr. George Florcnco, visited the College last wcok. the residence ot Mr. and Mrs, Deathcrago of Winadjoins tho Bank, chester spent soveral days this week bought the Pasco in Borea looking over tho College he will move in a and entering their ward, Mr. Henry Billings. Tho water Is lower In tho reacr-rolthan for a long time nnd every ono Is urgel to uso It as sparingly as possible. Until thcro Is an Incrcoso in tho supply it will lo cut off at 9:30 p. ni. DRESSMAKING Miss Floy lllaxer, of Cincinnati, a nloco ot Mrs. Bert Coddlngton, will remain In Berea this year and do dressmaking. Sho can bo consultod at Mrs. Coddlngton's lesldenco on Center Street. FOR FURNITURE Everybody who new Furniture should get the best and latest, and most of all "Save the Difference" buys4 SALE A cook stove that is a good one, threo small wood hentrrs, lawn mower, cultivators, turning plow, table, chairs, etc. Somo goods already sold. Como at once. Mrs. M. K. 1'asco. LAND FOrIaLEAT KINGSTON Nice little farm, 62 2 acres, dwelling and barn, everlasting spring and flno water, HO acres in grass, will bring good blue grass, well located. Prlco J2.100, cash or liberal terms. A. P. Settle, Jr., Kingston, Ky. R.ed Cross Flour, 65 cents. Every Sack Guaranteed WELCH'S MEN'S SHOES TATUM'S There's a Big Demand for Tans and We're Well Prepared to Meet It WOMEN'S SHOES help his mother make arrangements Jackson County. for loavlng for, their now homo in Tho Public school teachers ot this Georgia. , place took a trip to KnoxvlUo, SatFirst class and up to date Restaur- urday night. ant, on corner ot Main and Center havo A. H. Williams and family Streets. Fresh cakes, pies, bread, can- gone to Alcorn to spend tho week. dles and fruits ot all kinds, overy J. E. Parsons and family visited day. Call and get your money's worth. Lero, Saturday and Sunday. S. Gott. J. who Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wallaco, Mr. C. M. Rawllngs ot Panola was are visiting in Oklahoma, received a In town lost week. telegram that their daughter, Margare Logan, of Belgrado, Montana, was operated on, the 14th for appendlcl- -' tls. Hor many friends In Berca wilt bo glad to know that she Is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Barren, from The Finest Line of Wedding western Missouri, are visiting relaRings Ever Shown in Berea in tives and friends in and around Madison, Estill and other counties. They SterlGold, Gold-fillehaven't been here for 34 years. Mr. ing Silve, Cut Glass Barren was Judge In Jackson County during Lincoln's second term as PresiTLbe dent. Mrs. Barron is a sister to Er-vlTom and the rest of the 8. R. ENGRAVING Baker family, Price, $2.50 to $5.00 Price, $2.00 to $3.50 CHILDREN'S SHOES Price, $1.00 to $3.00 We have just received a new lot of exceptionally smart styles for both women and men. We figured that this season would be a big one for Tans, and made extensive preparation for it. We hit the nail right on the head as usual, and we are now able to offer yem these clever styles at tempting prices. Glance into our windo,w as you pass by you will find a few of them there they can't help but catch your fancy. At the prices marked, they are the strongest values in the city, and we back every pair with a liberal WEDDING PRESENTS d, guarantee. , MAIN ST. HAYES RHODUS STORE THE QUALITY Where The New Styles Are Always Shown First BEREA, KY. IRachet Store FREE n, September 28, 1011. THE CITIZEN. Page Five. TALK IS CHEAP moneys. So of these goods 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 put into newspaper space it costs we will save our talk about the details is Zaring's Flour 45c The Best Made up Why Buy Inferior Flours?" JUST RECEIVED AN ORIGINAL STORY Solid oak dresser $5.00, $6.00, $7.50 and up to $20.00. 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. L'rass beds with 2 inch post, $10.00. With a 45 lb. felt mattress $5.00 each. $325.00 Pianos at agent's price for $200.00 on liberal terms. 9x12 Axminster rugs $15.00, 9x12 Hrussels rug $10.00. 9x12 seamless velvets $20.00, 36x72 velvets $3.00. All 25c. ' A Large Line of New Clothing ' FALL AND WINTER STYLES itat You Can Buy the Same Quality SHOES for Less Money than Sold by Others Co fit All Welcome! A Country Store in Town! Come in! mattings 20c. All 30c. mattings 25c. RANGIS$i5.oo, $17.50, $20.00 and $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 and Wire Co's. field fence 25c. per rod. ROOFING, heaviest quality v crimp 28 guage painted, $2.00 per square. " " " " "" " " galvanized, $3.25 " for wheat, good, 90c. per hundred. Best, $1.30 per hundred. fertilizer Other bargains by the score. Phone 60 In Anderson Co. nearly forty years ago, accompanied him from tho Tho object of tho speaker's visit was to lend a hand to the Democrats and do what ho could to facus attention upon national Issues Instead of state dssues, which, In the hands of Judgo O'Rear, aro giving them so much trouble. DISASTROUS FIRE . A fire which destroyed tho wholo-sal- o of millinery establishment David Balrd and Co, Louisvlllo, last Saturday, resulted also In tho death of three firemen who were caught by tho falling walls. Tho financial loss was estimated at nearly a half a million. WILL W1LLSON HELP? returned to Governor Wilson Frankfort at tho end of tho weok after a month's trip in Michigan and tho tho East, It Is reported that Qovornor, owing to tho attacks mado upon his administration, will make a speeches for Judgo of number O'Rear. do-p- R. J. ENGLE, Berea, Ky. See "THE FURNITURE MAN" R. H. CHRISMAN. gives moro regular Serum Alone, tho for tho dlseaso has often mado conHog Cholera siderable progress .before the owner Is aware of It. If treated shortly after losses from tho ravages of this appropriation was too small to being exposed, Tho all loss can bo elimibeing carried on exbog cholora In Kentucky ore enormous permit tho work nated by tho Serum Alono method. and In fact sorvo as a serious handi- tensively, tho Experiment Station experienced posslblo Whcnovor cap to the swlno Industry. Jlunjr pco-pi- e began the mauufacturo of tho serum, men aro sont out br tho Kioorlment preprofor not to attempt to ralsa und up to tho present tlmo has Station to vaccinato hogs without Tho hogs rather Uian Incur tho danger pared upward of G.O00 doses. same condition work done has been highly satisfac- charge for services. from cholera. Tho For Information address has for many years prevailed through tory. All Borum Is tested before leavItobort Graham, D. V. M., cntlro country. As a result tho ing tbo laboratory and Is sold at tho Kentucky Kxperlment Station. production, which price tho cost of U. S. Bureau of Animal Industry soma years ago to experiment Is fixed by law at two cents per cubic RALLY DAY AT UNION CHURCH with the view of producing a vaccin- centimeter. Kxperleuco Is required to adminisation process for tho prevention of Noxt Sunday tho Union church this disease. Tho treatment has been ter tho serum properly. Tho dosago holds a special Itally Day Service. Improved from tlmo to time- until of serum Is as follows: Tho Sunday school has a flno pro1 cc, per pouud wolght up to 10 It may now bo said to havo passed gram for the usual Sunday School pounds. U10 experimental stage. prepared under tho careful oyo 10 cc. for all sizes between 10 to hour, Many of tho states havo taken up of Mrs. Taylor. You will need to 20 pounds. this work on their own account and early to get a seat. 20 cc. for all sizes between 20 and conio have special laboratories for tho proe Addrossos by Prof. Robertson, DO pounds. duction of tho serum, appropriating in and Pres. Frost will tako tho to 30 cc for 75 pounds or moro than placo soino caves as much as 2o,000 of the-- morning session. Siwclal CO pounds. maintain tho work. Tho methods outmusic will be a feature AH tho mom-bor- a 40 co. for 100 pounds or mora than lined by tho Bureau of animal Induswill surely bo there. 75 pounds. try havo, in tho main, been followed. The Christian Endeavor will hold CO cc for 150 pounds or more than DeTho lat Legislature gavo tho Its Rally Scrvlco at 6:30 under ths 100 pounds, partment of Animal Husbandry nt leadership of tho pastor. Kxperlment Statlou CO cc for 200 pounds or more than tho Kentucky 1C0 pounds. 12.000 with which to erect a laboraY. M. C, A, PROGRAM FOR OCT. tory and buildings, secure equipment 70 cc for 200 pounds or moro than 200 pounds. compotcnt supervision for Program of Y. M. C. A. meetings and employ tho manufacture of this serum. Whllo SO cc. for 300 pounds or moro than for October, 1911. Upper Chapel, 6 ... INTENSIVE FARMING ... properly used results than bo-K- au - Dins-mor- 2C0 pounds. PUBLIC SALE I will offer 90 cc, for 400 pounds or moro than 300 pounds. 100 cc. for moro than 400 pounds. for sale publicly my farm of 200 ACRES OF LAND situated ctRht miles from Richmond, Ky., and one mile cast of Kingston, in Madison County, on Tuesday, Oct. 3, 1911 Jt and a fust class saddle horse. in 12 down; TERMS: months; i in a years with 6 per cent interest from day of sale. Anyone desiring to look over the land and notifying me at Berea will be met at Richmond or Berea. GEO. W. YOUNG 10 O'clock, A. M. farm is good, productive, This Blue Grass land, well watered. It has on it two good dwellings, a good tobacco barn and stock barns and all necessary outbuildings. Land all in grass. I will also sell 20 good yearling steers, 26 two year old heifers ' i Thero are two methods of Immunising an.aulmal, tho Serum Alono and tho Scrum Simultaneous. Tho former Is used whoa the dlseaso has already entered a herd, and nlso when cholera oxlsts on adjoining farms or fields, and consists, as tho name suggests, of inoculating tho animal with serum alono. In the Serum Simultaneous method a small amount of blood drawn from a hog sick with cholera Is Injected at tho samo tlmo as tho protoctlvo serum. Tho two Injections are mado In tho opposite thighs. Tho Infection thus artltlcally Induced results In Im munity for nt least C months and per haps for llfo. This method Is used when cholera does not oxlst In tho herd or In tho Immediate vicinity. Tho results of both methods arc tho samo, though It tho Scrum Alono luethod were used without a subsequent cxposuro to the dlseaso, tho immunity would not last longer than two months In tho majority of cases, whllo on the other hand If Infection is present the Scrum Alone method causes moro lasting immunity, generally being considered permanent. Tho Scrum Simultaneous Method Is attendod with somo dangor, but when p. m. overy Sunday. Oct. 1. "Paramount Issuo of tho Day." Manager S. M. Mayfleld. Discussion Prof. Smith, Henry LIchwardt and Jas. Farmer. Oct, 8. Students Meeting." Presiding officer J. N. Farmer. 'Homesick and Kicking" Luther Drown. "Student Scole8. Collins. Temptations" D. L. "Short Personal Exporlenco" "Tho Y. M. C. J. S. M. A. a Holp"--J. Fahrenheit" Thermometer Prof. K. C. Seale. fortunes. Oct. 22. "Bible Institute" Conductor International DIblo Study SecreFOR SALE tary from New York. Oct, 29 "A Man's Purposo In Lite" A six room house and lot In Berea. Loader-Jo- hn W. Welch. Also a ten aero farm one tnllo north of Berea on a good plko. Just ten IN OUR OWN .STATE minutes drive from town. H. K. (Continued from firt page) Berea,. Ky." as ho bad disappeared. Ho was later ;roportcd to have been captured nt FOR SALE .Miamoiown, Ohio. SPEAKER CLARK WELCOMED Imrle. Oct. 15 "2C0 Dogreos acres of land, good dwelling, barn money, or, anything from this up to and other building, water and orch a first class Blue Grassxfarm,' If you have any notion of becomard. D. N. Welch, Berea, Ky. ing Interested In a beautiful location FOR SALE at, or near Berea, It will certainly be to your Interest to call and see or My Poplar Spring farm of 140 acres, write to somo 25 acres in clover and tlmonthy, Wyatt and Cornelius, timber, best water In country. Good Real Estate Rooms No. 1, 2 and 10. 8 room dwelling, large framed store Berea Bank and Trust Co., Building, 6 house. Good barn, will shelter Berea, Ky. horses. This property lies on the proposed Government pike, 8 miles CALIFORNIA from Berea, partly In Rockcastle and If you are thinking of coming r partly In Jackson Counties. Price want to know why yon should eena Tho to California, write to $1,500.00 it sold at onco. He, tad I buildings aro worth twice the money. shall take delight In telling yo why, This Is a fine oponlng for a country and giving you any Information store besides bolng a good farm. Tho may desire. I am a Kentuckiaa fern aad land lies well, half of It can be plow- take a special Interest la Keataeby ed both ways. W. B. Harris, Berea, people. I hare been la California taa Ky. years, on the farm and thoroughly understand the soil and eoadlttoB. BEST BARGAINS It you think of coming to California Best Bargains that have ever been drop m a line. Yours truly, H. L Bishop, offered In farms, beautiful building lots, houses and lots, and first class Klngsburg, Frensn County, Cel.- business lots. Wo can suit tho purFOR SALE chaser In almost any kind of properNEWS, OF THE WEEK ty he wants, as the above havo been Lot on Depot Street Joining the Continued from firat page carefully selected in tho most desir- skating rink on the west, 74 feet We front by 143 feet back. For particuable parts of tho town. the proposition. They only listened can sell you a farm of a few acres lars call upon or phone, A. P. Settle, jingoes tho near town for a small amount of Kingston, Madison County, Ky. to tho harangues of tho purveyors of annexation bogles of numerous brands. Canada does not Uko us and did not want reciprocity because sho was afraid that thereby sho might bo led to Uko us. As soon as It Is poslsblo to fix tho blaino for Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you her attltudo It may bo discovered want and get what you call for. Highest market that it will Ho at the door of Speaker price paid for butter, eggs and chickens Clark for his ridiculous speech. THE PRESIDENT DISAPPOINTED Of course President Taft was disKldd Building, Corner Main and ROBERTS, U. appointed at tho result of tho CanaRichmond Streets, Brrca, Ky. surprise, was dian election and his as great as his disappointment, it seems. When he received tho news ho was, as ho Is now, on his western speaking tour, but ho has not allowed this blow to ono of his pet measures to affect his good humor. Tbo only concession he mado to it was a declaration that ho was not cut out for a politician and that tho Presidency was not In tho lino After that ho of his ambition. rallied and has gone through Illinois, Missouri and Kansas receiving an ovation ovorywhero such as no other President, with the possible exception of Rooseveelt, has received. And it may turn out that tho defeat of the mcausuro will enhance his political PALACE MEAT MARKET I. Pro. Do You Want to Buy a Good Blue Grass Farm ? Do you want to buy a good building lot in Berea anJ do as others have done, build you a Rlch-cardso- n, comfortable home, educate your children and make a living? 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 for anybody. I have plenty of Real Estate in Madison and adjoining Counties for sale at a price to suit any one, from $10 per 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 will always get a square deal with Holiday If interested; CALL. UPON OR ADDRESS, Speaker Clark of tho National nouso of Representatives vlsltod his old Kentucky Homo at Lawrenccburg last weok whoro ho received a real Kentucky welcome. An escort of one hundred mon who wero pupils of Mr. Clark's when he was a teacher Thlrty-sl- x acres of land bordering Berea, on the Richmond plko, Barn and dwelling. A good home for my his chilono wishing 'to educate mlto dren. Only about three-fourtfrom college. I will also sell "my home placo on Chestnut Street consisting of 2 NOW IS THE TIME TO GET BUSY The Best Qualities of ' v I have large farms, smull farms, good farms nnd poor farms, costly farms and cheap farms for sale. I have a special farm for tho man who want to send his children lo school at Huron, Ky. It contains sixty acres lust outsldo tho corporation, irooci nouso, noou barn, lino, cool, bolt, sulphur water In yard fenced with wlro. This farm Is worth $1,000 but I can sell the samo to you now for M.000 on terms to suit. I ulso have a small farm containing CO aonm, level, fairly good cottage, house, splendid stock- barn, good orchard fenced with wire rence, in n good community, good mile. If you want a good school, Christian and llaptlst Church in home now Is the time. I can sell you this place for 11.600 cash. can suit you In, any thing you may want In farm lands or I feel sure I town property jiorea, Ky, 1 also have Home beautiful town property. I will sell you inr resident property on North side Chestnut St. extending to High tit. with an eight room, two story frame house good cls tern 12x12 ft. barn and plenty. of fruit trees. Come and see, call on or write 111 Staple and Fancy Groceries 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 please you tell others; if not tell us. 1 G. D. Room .4, Bcr HOLLIDAY A Twtt Bank Building J. P. BICKNELL Main St. W. I. DOOLEY lr,Ky. BEREA, KY. Berea, Ky. THE CITIZEN September 21, 1911 SERIAL STORY ELUSIVE ISABEL By JACQUES FDTRELLE Mualrattems la at. KETTHER Onrrlfkl IM.lv TM AjaocliUal taUr miUm lna, aa m pMam u www, wmiiia 8YN0P3IS. Count dl Healnl. tha Italian ambaa-Ao- t, la at dinner with rilplomata when maaaencer aammona Mm to Oia where a beautiful younr woman aks for a tickat to (he ombaaajr ball. Tha Ucktt la mads out In tha nana of 2 Ilia Isabel Thorns. Chief Campbell of tha aacret service. uH Mr. Urtmm. hla haad datactlre. ara trarn4 that a plot ta 'k rawing In Waahlnrton. and art mm aoa to tha atata ball tor Information. Hla la called to Mlaa laabel Thorn, who with har companion, dumppeara. A liot la heard and 8 nor Alrares of tha Mexican laUon. la found wounded. Grimm la aaaured Mlaa Thorn did It: ha vlilta har. demanding- knowledge of tha affair, ana irrMU Fletro Pelroalnnl. Mlaa Thorn vltlta an old and they dlacue a wonderful experiment. Flftr thousand dollars la atolen from tha office of Senor Bodrlcuea, the mlnlater from Vaneauala, and while detectlrea are the robbery Mlaa Thome ap pear aa a KM oat of the legation. Orlmm aceutea har of tha theft: the moner la reatored. but a new mratery occur In tha disappearance of Monsieur Itotsaearur tha French ambassador. Btuslre Mlaa Thorn reappeara. oearlrur a letter which atates that the ambaaaador has been kidnaped and demanding' ransom. Tha ambaaaador return and again atranrelr disappear. Later h la rescued from an old house In the euburba. It la dlscorered that Pletro Fetrotlnnl shot Benor Alvarez and that h la Prince d'Abruzxl. Orlmm flrurta In a myaterlou Jail delivery. He nrdtra both Mlaa Thome and d'Abruxxl to leave the country: they are conveyed to New York and placed on a ateamer but return. Qrlmm'a coffee la drurged and upon rrralnlnr concclotianeaa he finds aympathatlc noto from laabel Thoroa. CHAPTER XXII. bomb-make- r; country, fire ywsrs age a fsfloir- countryman of miss happened te be present at an electrical exhlbltloa in New York City, and there he wit' nessed an Interesting experiment a practical demonstration ot the fact that a submarine mine may be OX' ploded by the use ot the Marconi wireless system. Ho was a practical electrician himself, and the Idea lln gcrcd In his mind. For two years he experimented, and finally this resulted." He picked up the metal spheroid and held It out for their Inspection. "As it stands it Is absolutely perfect and gives a world's supremacy to the Latin countries becauso It places all tho navies ot the world at our mercy. It Is a variation of the percussion cap or fuse by which mines and torpedoes are exploded. "The theory ot It Is simple, as are the theories ot all great Inventions; the secret ot Its construction Is known only to Its Inventor a man of whom you never heard. It Is merely that the mechanism of the cap Is so delicate that the Marconi wireless waves and only those wilf Ore tha cap. In other words, thla cap is tuned. If I may use the word, to a certain number of vibrations and a wireless Instrument of high power, with modifying addition which the inventor has added, has only to be set In motion to dlschargo It at any distance up to twenty-fivmiles. High power wireless wares recognise no obstacle, so tho explosion ot a sub marine mine is as easily brought about as would be the explosion ot a mine on dry land. You will readily see Its ralue as a protective agency for our seaports." He replaced the spheroid on the table. -Dut Its chief ralue la not In that," he resumed. "Its chief ralue to the Latin compact, gentlemen. Is that the United States and England aro now concluding negotiations, unknown to each other, by which they will protect their seaports by means of mines primed with this cap. The tuning ot the caps which we will use Is known only to us; the tuning of the caps which they will use Is also known to well-know- n s; e are fa rery grav, Hit. Ortaa, danger.' "That Is beside the question," was tue reply. "De good enough to glr me that document." He backed away as he spoke, kicked the door closed with one heol. then leaned agatnst it, facing them. "Or bottef yet," he went on after a moment, "burn it There Is a Ismp In front of you." He pausod for an answer. "It would be absurd of me to attempt to take it by force," he added. CHAPTER XXIII. rn SOCIAL CRISIS By Rev Dr. George W. Andenoa Fitter at Valoa MttkatfUr tftupfl Ckarca, Si. Laws. v BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL DEPARTMENT OF BEREA COLLEGE TEXT Jacob wai a plain man dwelllnr among the tenia; and aa a plain man halt thou prevailed. A room, Tio Compact dim, gloomy, jaction." He stopped and drew from his pocket a folded parchmont. lie tapped the tips of hla Angers with It from lime to tlmo as he talked. "The Latin compact, gcntlomen, la vet the dream ot a night, nor ot a decade. As long as fifty years ago It was suggested, and whatever differences the Latin countries ot tho world 1 Sinister as an Inquisition chamber; a (ingle largo table In the center, holding a koroscne lamp, writing materials and a metal spheroid a shndo larger than a shell; and around It a semicircle of silent, Basked and cowled figures. There were twelve of them, eleren men and a woman. In the shadows, which grew danger at the far end of the room, was a squat, globular object, a massive, smooth-sideblack, threatening thing of Iron. One of the men glanced at his watch It was Just two o'clock thon roso and took a position beside tha table, facing the semicircle. He placed the timepiece on the table In front of him. "Clentlf men," ho 6a! d. and there was the faintest trace of a foreign accent, "1 shall speak English because I know that whatever your nationality all of 70U are familiar with that tongue. And now an apology for the theatric aspect of all this the masks, the tine and place of meeting, and the Test of It" IIo paused a moment. "There Is only one person living who knows the name and position of all of you," and by a swoop of his hand he Indicated the motionless figure ot the woman. "It was by her decision that masks are worn, for. while we all know the dotalls ot the Latin compact, there is a bare chance that somo one will not sign, and It Is not desirable, that the Identity ot that person be known to all of us. The reason for the selection ot this time and place Is obvious, for an Inkling ot the proposed signing has reached the Secret Service. I will add the United States was choson as the birthplace ot this new epoch In history for several reasons, one being U10 proximity to Central and South America; and another tha Inadequate pollcti system which enables greater freedom ot ono-poun-d "The Latin Compact, Gentlemen, Is Not the Dream of A Night, Nor of a Decade." The addition to the wireless apparatus which they will use' Is such that they can not, even by accident, explode a mine guarding our, seaports: but, on the other hand, tho addition to the wireless apparatus which we will use permits of the extreme high charge which will explode their mines. To mako it clearer, we could send a naTy agalnsf such a city as New York or Liverpool, and explode every mine in front ot us aa wo went; and meanwhile our mines are Impervius! ous. have had amoag themselves, they havo always ma lied that ultimately I hoy must stand together against against the other nations of the world. This Idea germinated Into action three years ago, and since that time agents have covered the world In Its interest. This meeting Is the fruition of all that work, and this." ho held tbu parchment aloft, "Is the Instrument that will unite us. Never has a diplomatic secret been kept aa this has been kept; never has a greater reprisal been sJannod. It means, the domination ot the world socially, spiritualty, commercially and artistically; It means that Kngland and the United States, whoso sphere of Influence has extended around the globe, will be beaten baqk, and that the flag ot the Latin countries will wave again ovor lost possessions. It Means all ot that, and more," Ills voice had risen as he talked wMU.' it bad grown vibrant with and his bands pointed his remarks with quick, sharp gestures. "AH this," be went on, "was never Mr Grimm quietly. possible until three years sgo, when For half a minute the masked man the navies of the world were given stared straight Into the listless eyes avu lulr. the hands of one nation say ot tho Intruder, and then. geo-tleme- "Another word, and I have finished. Flvo gentlemen, whom I imagine are present now, have witnessed a test of this cap, by direct command of their homo governments. For the, benefit ot the others of you a simple test has This cap been arranged for on the table Is charged; Its Inventor is at his wireless instrument, fifteen miles away. At three o'clock ho will turn on the current that will explode It." Four ot the eleven men looked at tholr watches. "It Is now seventeen minutes past two. I am Instructed, for the purposes ot the test, to place this cap anywhere you may selectIn this house or outside ot It, In n box. sealed, or under water. Tbo purpose Is merely to demonstrate Ita efficacy; to prove to your complete satisfaction that it can be exploded under practically any conditions." His entire manner underwent a change; he drew a chair up to the table, and stood for an Instant with his hand resting on the back. "The compact is written In three languages English, French and Italian. I shall ask you to sign, after reading either or all, precisely as the directions you havo received from your home government Instruct. On behalf ot the three greatest Latin countries, as special envoy ot each, I will sign first." He dropped Into the rbalr, signed each ot the three parchment pages three times, then roso and ottered the pen to the cowled figure at ono end ot tho semicircle. Tho man came forward, read tho Kngllsh transcript, studied the tbreo signatures already there with a certain air ot surprise, thon signed. The second man slgnod, tho third man, and the fourth. The fifth had Just risen to go forward whon tho door opened silently and Mr, Grimm entered. Without a glance either to right or left, be went straight toward the tablo, and extended a band to take the compact. For an Instant there had come amazement, a dumb astonishment, at the Intrusion. It passed, and the hand ot the man who had done tho talking darted out, seized the compact, and held it behind him. "It you will be good enough to give that to me, yoor Highness," suggested t. As men do not pick diamonds from BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL, Berea, Ky. trees, hut rather search for them The Percussion Cap. There was a long, tense sllmca. among the barren stones and soil, so od seeks for great leaders, not among Tho cowled figures bad. risen omin the exalted, but from tho great mass ously; Miss Thome paled behind mask, and her fingers gripped har ot common folk. Desiring to start a realms florcely, still sbo sat motion- - now race preparatory to Christ's com Ing, ho searched among tho common Icne. Ho seemed perfectly cslm snd ones ot Chaldea until ho found Abra To those who have children to educate and wish to reside In s ham, a worshiper of Idols, and sent sed. Uerea for a longer or shorter time to enjoy its educational ad him forth not only to be the father ot "How did you get he demand vantages, the College has a number of houses, large and small, the Jowlih race, but ot the three great ed. some of them partly furnished, to rent on reasonable terms. est forms of monotheistic religion tho "Throttled youruard at the front Address door, took htm down cellar and locked world has ever known. God search him !n the coalbin," replied Mr. ed for an emancipator and he found Qrimm tersely. "I am wal'Jng tor Moses, an alien, born In servitude, and Berea, Ky. sent-hiyou to burn It." forth to lay the foundatolns of civilization. "And how did you escape itom Desiring to reveal the power of the from the other placet" Mr. orlmm shrugged his sheldrs. strong will and the Indomitable arnbl "The lamp Is In front of yMi." he lion, ho searched among the open fields until he found Jacob, a plain said. "And find your way herT" the man, dwelling among tents, and sent NURSE TRAINING SCHOOL OF BEREA COLLEGE htm forth aa a prince ot God, prince pursued. The story ot Jacob Is tho story ot Again Mr. Grimm shrunhd til Has best operating room and all modern appliances for car; shoulders. For an instant longer tha ambition, bad and good, laying bold of a limited number of patients. Hospital treatment greatly inprince gaxed straight Into Ms tn - ju every means to meet Its end; fill- scrutable face, then turned attusing ed with mingled pathos and Joy. As creases prospects of recovery. eyes on the masked figures about a ML the bad ambition It sends Its hsrvest "Is there a traitor?" he deraaatJed of sorrow, and as a holy ambition Ita Kates One Dollar a day and up. suddenly. His gaze Bottled on Mlsa harbesb of Joy. In no life Is the fail Bond for prompt payment required. ure ot ungodly ambition and the suc1 Thorne and lingered there. I can relieve your mind on that cess of righteous ambition more For further particulars address point there Is not," Mr. GrlmW as- marked. Jacob desired to rule, to lift hlmsclt sured him. "Just a final wont, your THE HOSPITAL, Boreo, Ky. it out ot the common place, to become a Highness, If you me. have heard everything that haa Been prince among men, and falling to real said here for the last fifteen minutes. ize the difference between right and The details ot your percussion cap are wrong, brought dismal failure. He beInteresting. I shall lay them before lieved that birthright gave the power my government and my government to rule, and unjustly sought to secure may take It upon Itself to lay them one not his own. At the doorway ot a weather-beatebefore the Drltlsh government You yourself said a few minutes ago that tent he sat ono evening, a mcro lad this compact was not possible before Tho lengthening shadows were silent this cap was Invented and perfected. ly wrapping the landscape with haze. If Mrs. Jones buys her coffea at It Isn't possible the minute my gov riofore blm burned a blazing fire that Smith's each week ernment., Is warned against Its use. laughed at the thickening shadow If the coffee in your store is bet with defiance, cast Us rich glow on That will be my first duty, You are giving somo very excelleut hla clear-cu- t features and caused the ter than Smith' 8 and cheaper Why, TELL MRS. JONES I reasons, Mr. Grimm," was tho delib- tent folds to stand out distinct against Every rata and woman Is anxious erate reply, "why you should hot bs the dull background. Don't dash wildly across tha to buy some article necessity or permitted to leave this room alive." The atmospfcere Is fragrant with the street to tell her, though; she'd luxury every day of bis or her life. "Further," Mr. Grimm resumed in stream of cooking porridge, which he laugh at you. Insert & eano, forceSingle handed it would take yoa the same tone, "I havo been ordored Idly stirred. He was dreaming of ful advertisement In this paper months to seek out those Interested to prevent the signing of that com- leadership, when out from tho shad about your coffee. in your line of business. pact at feast in this country. It seems ows came one stsggerlng with weak we 11 catch hor eye by making An advertisement la this paper I am barely In time. If it la ness and hunger and crying out for that signed and It will bo useless now on tood. Here was tho problem your ad. attractive. Then all that docs the work instantaneously. Is left for you to do is to tako in your own statement unless you- - mur of supply and demand It corrals the purchaser brings the money for the cofioe Mrs. him to your store makes him buy der me every man who signs tt will Jacob, being careful, shrewd, have to reckon with the 'highest powthings you advertised. hsd provided for a tlmo ot Jones buys. er of this country. Will you destroy need. Esau, careless. Indifferent, wan It? I don't want to know what coun- derlng In disposition bad mado no (UbpjnaM, uw. w w. . u. (Ooj.jrtni, US.br W.M.UJ tries already stand committed by tha such provision. It was strength pitted signatures there" Strength said against weakness. "I will not," was the steady rt "What I have is mine, and f any sponse. And then, after a little: "Mr. would seek It, let him pay my price. Grimm, tho inventor ot this Uttlo cap. There Is only one thing that Esau Insignificant as it aeema, will receive had, bis birthright, the very thing that Your silence would b Jacob seeks. And In that hour tho millions for ssya: "Put your worth Just how much?" volco of ambition Mr. Grimm's face turned red, thea price high, young man. Get all you If you are in annually, and then carefully white again. can." And Jacob, looking at his starv note the effect it has in business and you you prefer? An Itv ing brother, said: "I will give you to "Which would your volume of busidependence by virtue of a great for- eat It you will glvo mo your birth want to make right" Faint with wearlnea and hun tune or or the other thing?" ness; whether a 10, ao or 30 more money you Wm' Suddenly Mlsa Thorne tore the ger, Esau made tho bargain. per cent increase. will read every If you gives to mask from her face and came ton V vvitn upiincQ lianas watch this gain from year to word we have to ward. Her cheeks wore scarlet, and Jacob that which Jacob had no right eyes. anger flamed In the blue-grato own, but possessed solely through you will become intensely insay. Are you "Mr. Orlmm haa no price I bap the power of capital. Now, Jacob Is a MM terested in your advertising, spending your pen to know that," she declared hotly. shrewd and rich man In .the sight of and how you can make it en mm money nor a consideration the world. Ho has deceived his brothmoney for ad-"Neither for his own personal safety will make er, has gotten bis brother's blessing largo your business. vertising in hap. him turn traitor." She stared coldly and be Is tho priest ot the commuIf you try this method we hazard fashion Into the prince's eyes. "And we are nity. believe you will not want to mw as if intended Heboid him several daya after flee not assassins here," she added. tTO BE CONTINUED.) ing In the darkness from his broth for charity, or do you adverlet a single issue of this paper er, an exllo and empty handed. Why? go to press without something tise for direct results? YES, THERE ARE FLATHEAD9 Decause money and power gotten by a p eenca of oar work.) Prints hand-billcrtrtls, reportf, sermons, aud bocks in the best mnnncr, and at lowest prices. Your patronage is asked to help students, And to insure your Retting your money's worth. Call at the office, or scud orders by mail. You will get sat isfaction. Ttirms cash. Address (The Ckizea ictter-headi; ttr HOUSES TO RENT self-posse- lnr THE COLLEGE TREASURER, THE BEREA HOSPITAL will-perm- n Find the Man ago-lon- g it Enlarging Your Business HF au y VH 'L HP B V V V Babies' Heads Are Bandaged In AV Minor to Produce the Approved Shape. unrighteous methods never enrich, Jacob In the open fields., with no bed save sand, no pillow save stones, no covering save the open sky, the picture of a thousand characters no-hol-d People who are markedly bmad beaded are more or less flattenod at the back of tho bead. Some ot tha flattest headed people of the worlf are among tho Armenians and tht tribesmen In the highlands of Atl Minor and soma of them practice th custom of bandaging tho babies' bsadi tn order to get them tke approved shape. It Is Just the opposite is Crete. With the exception of the better ed ucated people In the towns and la tb( village In the mountains all Crt-tamotbers bind the heads of their chlV dren when tiny to make them of a nice round form. In fact when I wat pressing home my questtons in oriet to make quite aure of the object tht mothers had In view One of tbem told me that I had a "rery bad head," an that my bumps and ridges ought t have been smoothed away in my in fancy. Yet, after a fairly exbautttrt Inquiry, I come to the conclusion that the bandage In Crete la never tight, and lasts tor so short a time thai nothing la effected. C. H. Ifawet, In the Wide World "Magazine. s Then comes the vision ot Jacob, the ladder reaching up to heaven and tho angola ascending and descending. Jacob gees that while ungodly ambi tion brought failure, godly ambition could lift him up to God. The angels ascend and descend; they go up only that they might come down. Ambi tion should lead a man up, only that In tho heights, be may gain power and strength to come back into the lowly fields and serve his fellow man. He must climb the ladder to God only that ho may come back to serve those a prince, not through birthright, but through serv ice. Esau came with bis armies to catch the fleeing Jacob, but Jacob, having wrestled with the angel, comes to meet his brother with arms extended, not to rule but to serve. And Esau, beholding the change In his brother, leaps from his horse and embraces Jathe cob. Jacob haa now become prince of his own people, not through ambition to rule, but to serve. Courage. who need help. A man becomes ot history, Did you ever 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 bo principles. conducted on business If you are not satisfied with your advertising you should set aside a certain amount of money to be spent from your store. We will be pleased to have you call on us, and we will take pleasure in explaining our annual contract for so many inches, and how it can be used in whatever amount that seems necessary to you. If you caq sell goods over the counter wo can also show you why this paper will best serve your interests when you want to reach the people of this community. The Right Kind of Reading Matter The home news; the doings of the people In this town; tho 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 tho outside world. you should buy. Tclitoy's Intensity. otbtr day an loter estlng description ot 'ho count by aa eminent Ilusslan wrlMr. Everything In Tolstoy'a character, he said, attain! Titanic proportions. "As a drlnkei be absorbed fantastic quantities ot liquor. Aa a gambler he terrified hl partners by the boldness of his' play. As a soldier he advanced gayly to baa tton four, the bastion ot death, at Sabastopol, and there be made' dinf mn laugh at his witty sayings. H surpassed everyone by his prodlgtoui activity In sport aa well aa la literature." Londaa Tlaasss We quoted the not moral courage that inakei a man face the gallows without s quiver; It is the callousness ot aln. This false Idea of bravado and courage la leading multitudes of youni men to the pit Iter. W. H. Oolst-welt- , It Is It is the first reading matter Uaptlst San Diego. Helping. Each issue of this paper gives to you just what you will consider When you give help to him who li down and out you project your life If you cannot help another your lift la not worth much. Rev. W. I), lllm-SOBaptist, Portland, Ore The Right Kind! 0 Reading Matter aaaaaaaaauma wit i SeptMibtr 21, 1911 a I THE CITIZEN ii Page Serca . in i , ... a LIVE n , aa keep brood sows spahate Should Be Kept Away From Pork Msk era and Moit of Corn Removed From Their Ration. FRAMES ARE RHJ FAI.IT1R IN GROWING TRUCK GARDEN STUFF BEREA Five Great Schools Under One Management THE MOUNTAINS FOR THE PEOPLE OP ) Breeding sows should be separated Keen Competition and Constantly Increasing Demand for from the porkmakera and most of the High-Grad- e Frodttcts Out of Season Makes It NeASPIRING YOUNG orn removed from tbelr ration. Fatcessary to Provide Special Facilities ty tissues and padded Internal organs for Securing Vegetables. work disaster to the breeding sow, for as she fatten sho becomes liur and takes very little exercise. This tardy task Is costly to the breeder of swine, What Are Yoar Talents T for Instead of vigorous, active pigs, he What Are Yoar Alms? will have uneven, puny squealers, that Bcrea Has the Trainlag That Is Beat For YOU. persist In crawling under the bedding BULL NEEDS SOME EXERCIS Are you not far advanced? Then enter tho and around tho place where tho mothFOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent Hers yew er usually settles, and then ho Is done Animal Should Not Bs Allowed to nun for. will be placed with others llko yourself, under s special teacher, sad ssaka Exercise above all else Is conWith Cow or Helferi Exercismost rapid progress. You will matter Arithmetic and ths common ductive to strong litters, whllo the ing polt l Excellent branches snd bo ready to use them. You will have singing, dntwlsf, fans sow's ration should bo made up largeand household management, snd free One year la the Foua ly of muscle and feeds, After tho bull Is old elation School cost less than ISO snd Is worth $1,000. such as oats, bran, skim milk, short Ice ho should not bo Allowed to run Are yon aiming to be a teacher? Then Join the cut clover or alfalfa. It Is not tho with young heifer or cow, but hou!d, NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Here you will be ss nor the biggest pig at birth that n of a Bed. ia suuauie weather, bo exerclied dally make tho trained that you will fear no examination, snd you will be taught how te heaviest hog, but rather the An exercising cola with rfcnin hi teach, tho demand for Berea. trained teachers far excoeds the supply. n. BEATTIE. Untied Elites De cow pons a a summer crop and crimanced by awlvel joint (a ono and one-ha-lf one that has the ability to move about (Dr W.partment of Agriculture.) Are you Interested In earning money? freely and fight for his special plattei son clover as a winter crop. The or whel axle with box) THE VOCATIONAL 8CHO0L8, Miles E. Mareh, Dean. Intensive gardening under sash or crimson clover should be turned un ATO the top of a stout post, which at the nurse table. cloth covers has becomo one of the Meuntsln Agriculture. Home Science. do about the time It comes Into full wwiub soven or eight Iot abore roost popular and. in certain localities Woodwork snd Carpentry. Nursing. bloom In tho spring, the land planted round, la atlifoctory. Make tho polo HORS"E FEED IS NOT WASTED whore tho conditions are suitable,, ono to cowpeas, and tbe resulting crop Printing snd Business Course, Etc of tho moit profitable line of outHere you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy dots Bag Invented by Massachusetts Mir door work. The trucker and tho mar- plowed under or mowed for hay durfl ft"?" things in a superior manner. ing tbe month of August in nmplo ket gardener of the present day bavo Suppllee Osts Only as Fait as AniAre 70U desiring the next beat thing to a College Courso? Then take-twprepare the land for frame been compelled by keen competition time to mals Can Eat Them. years or three year In the When work during the autumn. nnd a constantly Increasing demand GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. Tws heavy crops of green manure are Any person who has watched horsei for products out of season yesrs, or three yean, in such practical studies aa will fit 'yon far an honor-sbl-e eating their noonday meals along the to provldo special facilities for In- turned under it is essential that lime snd useful life. You select your studies from such as these: Physistreet cannot fall to have noticed bow creasing and Improving the product, bo used to Improve tho mechanical ology the science ot health; Civics tho science of government; Grammar condition and to sweeten tho soli; a much of the feod was wasted when th as well as to tnko advantage of every ; the art of correct spoech and Ethics the sclance of right dressing of 1,000 pounds to tbe aero animals tossed their heads to get at fnvorablo natural condition. snd wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general 'Intelligence; should be sufficient. faMany localities are especially too oats In tbo bottom of the bigs. A Botany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to very lady; Physics Wood ashes constitute an excellent s vored with an abundance of sunshine oiuaaociiuBcua man aa designed the science ot machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc, etc source of both potash and lime, espefeed bag which saves all this waste at all seasons of the year, nnd nt the Exercltlng Do you wish to prcparo to enter College? Btart 1b the and In addition makes the horse eal same time tbelr climate, due to tbe cially if they have resulted from tbo BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Matheny,. aa long a requisite strength and con slower, so that he gets all the ben Influence of large stream or near- burning of hardwood. Ashes from pine Dean. Best training In Mathematics, Languages, Science snd History. Thev venience win permit, that tho bull tnny ent of the food. The bag la made by bodies of water. Is mild and free and other soft woods are of little Academy has its own claso-rcoand Men's Dormitory, snd s large body cut a circle about tho pot, In two sections, ono for the anlmal'i from extremes of temperature. In value. Much of the valuo of wood says tho Country Gentleman. On tho head and tbo other for the feed. such localities It woule be possible ashes may be lost by leaching, and of students of Sigh character snd ability, able Instructors, isd'os at OeV-te- g Library and spparatus. top or inn small end of tho pole fasten An opening at tho bottom allowi to grow lettuce, rndlihcs and similar while a ton of strictly fresh hardwood crops during the entire winter with- ashes would bo sufficient to nppl," on a sash pulley, and. at a colnt luit far. out protection were it not for tho an acre, na much as Ave tons of ward of tho Una of tho post, a corre-t few cold day and nights. A very lenched ashes could be used on tbe punuinc puiiey; also, at Interrals be slight covering or the application of a same area without fear of burning tween mo pulleys, put two or three The screw-eye- s small amount of heat will, as a rule, tho plants. Whero ashes ore used agement College Itself stands apart from all the other school under Its nrr to guldo tho chain from and has long maintained tho highest standards knows 1b the South. carry tho plants through In good con- less lime la needed, although tbe perpulley to pulley. To conform to tho Carnegie standards we hays diminished oar former recentage of lime In tbe ash Is comdition. Iloro holea vertically through tho Required snd elcotlvo studies with opportunity to ocecenirate) el ulro meats! Tho greater portion of the work paratively small. polejor tho ends of tho chain to fall an Kentucky, Laberalsrlea Largo quantifier of stable manure so. particular lines. Largest college-librawith frames Is conducted on light or through. At tho outer end of tho sandy loam soils which are naturally aro used In growing crops In frames, equipped for student practice. Courses leading to the degrees ot A, chain attach a strong swivel simp 8., B. L, snd B. Pod. well drained nnd adapted to Intensive sometimes as much as thirty to sixty book, and at the other end bang a MU8IC (Singing Free). Reed Organ. Vole Culture, Piano, Theory trucking. Tbe original soil Is usually cartloads to the acre. Tho manure weight Just heavy enough to take up Band, may be taken for special fees in connection with work te aar employed, but when necessary rich Is generally spread In a broad, flat me siacs chain as the bull raises bis soil is hauled and placed In tbe beds. pllo to compost before tt Is applied to above school. head. The chain should be. when thn The first essential Is good drainage, the soil on which frames aro to be weight Is raised up against tho pole. and if tbo land Is not naturally well located. Where manurd Is employed oniy long enough to permit the bull to drained it should be tiled or provided for heating the beds it may after-ward-s no aown comroruDiy. When the bull be mixed with the soil for tbe with numerous open ditches .to carry is old enough for service ho should oil tbe water. Tbo surface of tho soil growing of subsequent crops. In the thereafter never be allowed to have Berea, Friend of Working Students. Berts College, with Us afflllateaV should be graded and all depressions work with frames around Norfolk. his liberty; but dally exercise should schools, is not a money-oaklnInstitution. It requires certain tees, bat. Ya., the manure Is placed In long, nartilled in and loveled. For best result not be omitted. The exercising polo ts, the land should be subjected to two row plies and turned two or three it expends many thousands ot dollars each year for the benefit ot Its might bo placed under a roof or hulld. giving highest advantages at lowest cost, aad arranging for, students or three years of preparation by ma- times before It Is used In the beds. ing, bnt In winter it should be under nuring and planting to leguminous Care should be exercised to avoid the to earn and save In every way. cover and in the shade In summer. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protset-thcrops. use of manure In which there ore character and reputation ot tho young people. Ourstudents ease tress The presence of plenty of organic shaving; or. sawdust, as these have an Horse Feed Bag. PURE WATER FOR THE STOCK matter In the soli Is very important, Injurious effect upon the growth oi the belt families snd are earnest to do well snd Improve. For anywk may?" the oats to flow Into the compart- especially where large quantities of plants. Poultry and sheep manure he sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charges ' All except .those with parent la Berea Jive In College building. and for framo Receptacle Shown In Illustration Over ment In which the horso has his commercial fertilisers are to be used. are excellent fertilizers bead, but only aa fast as ho eats This organic matter may be added In work, but the quantity obtainable la assist in work of boarding hall, farm and steps, receiving valuable trala-tncome One of Oreatett Difficuand getting pay according to the valse fit their labor. Except lr. wla- -t them. He does not have to toss tb form of stable manure, but more very small. In tbe application of lties of Farmer. bla head about and even If he does satisfactory results will be obtained natural manure of all kinds it 1 ester tt Is expected that all will hare chance- - to esra- - a part, ot their esW One of the greatest difficulties that tbere Is no waste aa tho compart where leguminous crops are Included sential that the manure should be yenses. Writs to the Secretary before ccalag to secure gssjitsjaissU. For One; that It be what Is termed "short" PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing; laundry, postage books, etc, vary confronts tho stock raiser during dry ment containing tho feed la closed In the preparatory treatment with different people. Berea. facers .plate clothing. Our climate .is tli best, summer weather is that of keeping at the top. Dy eating slowly, too, be green manure nothing 1 better than manure. Is satisfied with less feed than but as students must attend classes regardless ot the weather, warm Wraps If ho bolted It When not In use sad underclothing, umbrellas snd or en hoe are necessary. Tfre the bag can be folded up and car- KEEP PULLETS Store furnishes books, toilet srtlcles; work uniforms, umbrellas 'ssd ried In the tool box under the ether necessary articles at cost. seat. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The College asks no res BY THEMSELVES for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room- Hog Forage. Experiments at Geneva Station German Invention ot Much Inter rent to pay lor cleaning, repairs, met. lights, and washing- or beddlar an u towels. For table board, Without coffee or extras. 11.36 a week, la the. tall. . Experiments at ono of the' state sta Show Better Results Where est to the Farmers and and $1.60 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedtions showed that red clover ranked Cockerels are ElimGrata Men or This among tbq first as bog forage, because ding, 40 to 40 cents for each, person.. inated. Country. of the food of the palatablcneR SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for Some of the very early batched pulthroughout the season, and also bereturn ot room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but onco, and is returned cause of Its adaptability to rotations. lets will bo laying In a short, time, and ot From Germany comes an Invention when the studett departs. The average amount of pork produced those poultrymen who are In the busi- In interest, to farmers and grain men Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care ot school buildthl country- - It I a machine for per acre wo 673.3 pound. Corn fed ness to produce eggs for the market ings, hospital, library, etc (Students pay nothing tor tuition or services' ot stitching grain bags shut and sew bogs on clover was worth will be Interested In some of the ex to teachers all our Instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most periments conducted by the Geneva them np after they have been filled. students is 5.00 a term, 6.00 In Academy, sud Normal, and 7.00 In Colle98 cent per bushel. Water Trough for Stock. Tho filled bag, with the top open, of (New York) station. giate courses. Is placed on a wheeled plat pure water for the stock. The lllui These experiments were for the pur- course. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rest by form which runs back and forth past pose of finding out what effect tratlon shows a method employed by tbe the sewing mechanism, which can be the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: an Illinois farmer for soveral years, keeping of males with tbe pullets bad Vocational raised or lowered to suit tbe height sya the Homestead. Uury an old sine Many poultry ot on the egg production. snd Foundation Academy the bag. A plate over which the tank or aomo other construction that ralsors, and certainly most farmers, FALL TERM School. and Normal. Colleges. will hold at least CO gallons of water, believe It is best to permit the cocker Incidental Fee $ E.00 $ 7.0 I 6.00 ' In this place n large site water barrel els to run with the pullets at all Room 6.60 7.00 7.0- bore some three or four holes In the times, but these experiments show that 9.45 Board, 7 weeks 9.45 9.46bottom end of this just below tho top thl is not true. (flSffn outside tank, in these holes Several pena of bird were made 23.4C-- ; Amount due Sept. 13. 1911 $20.05 122.45 P an Iron tube aa much aa an Inch upr In some of them tbe males were 9.45 Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911....... 9.43 a.4t- In diameter and tho enclosure tank kept with the pullets and In others will always be full of water and there the pullets were kept by themselves. 129.60 Total for term $31.90 fJI.H Many of us could Increase the is no waste. The net results show that the pen I3&4S $29.00 $31.40 It paid In advsnce hog we carry and do It number of pullets kept without a male pro of WINTER TERM at a profit duced egga at about 30 per cent, less Market Hogs Early. Incidental Fee $ S.00 $ 8.00 $ 7.M At the first sign of trouble In a cost than an exactly almtlar pen where manage the bog How should wo Rossi $.00 7.20 bors Immediate attention should be the cockerels were entered. marketing proposition? It is a simple Ard, C weeks 9.00 t.00 t.Ofr proposition, but tew farmers have given to remedying' it In the pen without a male the The housing of the horse should be during the first three months hem, backbone to carry tt out. Wo would laid $22.20 $20.00 Amount due Jan. 8, 1J12..., $33.1 more carefully looked after much about 30 per cent, more egg than the 9.00 9.00 Board. I weeks, due Feb. 14, 1812 9.t purchase) corn during the summer than la generally the case. pen from the same hatching and Study over your situation carefully months, if It does seem high, and $29.00 Total for term. . $31.20 you cannot handle under exactly similar conditions ex $3. crowd his bogs on the market at the and figure whether a profit cept that they were kept with a If psld In advance $28.50 31.7 $30.74 few more hogs at moment, Aa, to tbo earliest possible cockerel SPRINQ TERM Root crop are almost too expensive exactiilate of profitable marketing we to pie on any considerable scale In In nil tb experiments tbe pena of i $ 6.00 Incidental lee $ S.00 f.7..' would., suggest,. sArfys September a pullets without the male bird beCOO Room .,. 4,00 sheep for market e.o the most propitious season, the weath- fatteningof u who give every care to gan to lay from one to two months Many 6.75 Board, 6 weeks .7 drain Bag Stitcher. e.75 er being about tho proper tempera- our cow, sheep and other animals, earlier than In any of the correspondture to promote tbo fattening process. give ing pen In which the male birds were needle works presses down one side llttlo care to our horses. $15.75 $17.75 Amount due March 27, 1912 Simply begin to push the fatteners at of the mouth or tbe sack while anram lambs make fine, kept Board 6 weeks, due May 1, 1912 6.75 8.75 onco and about the tlmo farmers beNo attempts were made to force layother plate, presses against the other when they are yeargin to bog down their corn or to feed strong fellow ing and broody fowls were allowed to side where It is held by an arm that go Into service. to $24.60 Total for term $22.50 $25.5. it to tbelr hogs in various ways you lings and ready a distinguished vefr It at will there being plenty of nest extends over the top. The machine According to $22.00 If paid In advance $24.00 $25.0 dispose of yours, avoiding the drop makes s peculiar seam ot stitches i filth that cause most boxes In each pen. that Invariably follows tb fall ship- erinarlan. It About the same number became that Interlock snd finally tangle, so at of tbo diseases of domestic animals. ment of fat hogs. Practical breeders claim that tbe broody In tbe pena having the males the end of tbo run that there la no Now, Gome 13th necessity for tying a hand knot to aa in those without best sheep develop from Rye for Orating. keep them from unraveling. At the are dropped In September young man or young woman can net an education at la pretty conclusive evidence lambs that Any This Ilye'makea good winter and early Cement floors should always be that the young cockerels should be same time, tbe aeam can be quickly Berea If there I tbe will to do so. spring grating and liberal acreage well covered with Utter, and If this separated from the pullet Just as soon opened by cutting one ot tbe loops It U a great advantage to start In tho Fall and have a full year of conshould be planted In this crop. It Is is dono tbere Is little to be said aa tlioy are old enough to be dis- of the thread snd pulling it out tinuous study. Many young people waits time In tbe public schools going also a good cover crop and affords against them. tinguished. It would be better If over and over tbe same things, when they might be Improving much faster ample protection against the loss of Hogs are not expensive to buy, and tbey could be kept In an enby coming to Berea snd starting in on new studies with some ot the best Reforestation In Northwest rye for tbey will make meat from many of closure not far from the pullets, parnitrate in the soil. Plant young men snd women from other counties and States. The first attempt at reforestation on .crating and for winter cover. tbe waste product of the farm, while ticularly at the beginning of each layMske your plans to come September 13th. large scale In the Puget sound at the ame time maturing rapidly. ing season. country Is now going on in tbe Olym-plFor Information or friendly advlco write to the Secretary. Ewe must be kept In excellent con Beit Paying Cow. Every cockerel that Is not kept National Forest reserve, where The cow that is paying the best dition during the fall and winter. tor breeding purposes ought to bs burned over lands' are being planted profit nino time out of ten Is the cow Tbey must have access to good rape caponlxed. with Douglas fir. and grass pasture as long as It lasts. that milks tho year around. SISS two-Inc- bone-growin- g text-book- fat-te- Cross-8ectlo- Pipe-Heate- Book-Bindin- o hlgh-grad- letter-writing- Merry-Go-Roun- good-size- j Berea College cr . et-th- Questions Answered g sta-den- s g, MACHINE FOR SEWING BAGS - six-ce- - OTES . . ' . Fall-bor- fall-bor- Plan September able-bodie- d o D. Walter Morton, bereh, kyv r f I Pae Eight nonoionoioenoonoononoitonononoonononotononononoj o H o H o M o M o o ff THE CITIZEN. ncy has returned to Corbln Our Sunday School Is progressing nicely. Good attendance and splendid con duct Miss Klnlo Jackson visited homo folks, Monday Elijah Williams got his foot cut Tory badly but Is Improving. Thoro will bo preaching at Jan. Barrett's nest Sunday by Iter. Hudson. Kverybody come out and show him how much wo enjoy his interest In our people. Itov. II. V. Jones and daughter, Dottlo, attended tho association at Hod Lick from Wednesday till Friday. Mlsa Daisy Lako has Just returned from a Visit near Now Hope. There will bo prayer meeting nt Harts Chapel every Wednesday night. you good. Chalton Bullcn and fami ly nro expecting to start for Illinois, soon. CLIMAX, September 28, 1911. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else K MnMpealenct puMUhrt ikM ta Ifstd (TMtBc In foil lj tb wrltir. It not lor puMlcstlos, but ot tool talu. Writ tit turn pUInly. dShi,Tn, Annvllle, Sept. nut as attending physician It may get up again Robert Leger of Orlando, Annvlllo, Sun-t- o Mond Sunday was has Just had a new shlnglo root put McKco. Sept. 25.-- Last afternoon,-Alb- ort Powc from V on his house, Tho work was dono by havo been Sunday School Rally Berea has moved to Annvlllo NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE Wo Isaao Hector Horn to tho wlfo of D. the material ordered cspcbut to have hlm-- Mr. Wright. dafly Q. Hector, a flno boy. Mother and did not arrive that occasion Lo. so the rally will be held tlm great evangelist and singer from baby, both doing well, Grant York fs III. John Fortncy purchased a flno Powell, of Chicago, will contlnuo actOklahoma will bo here to hold now working for Elklns and Stephens mo time in the near tuture.-T- ho mare and colt from James Hodge ing p&stor until Jan. 1912. Dean It vices at The Annvlllo Academy from from'E. Bernstadt Band mill. Misses Nora and telephone line Dig 11111, Sept. 23. J. D. Richard- - at tho last week. Tho school at this place, M. Hughes addressed Miami UniversiZ McKcc, Ma Peoples, Tyner and Sunday. Oct. 1. till Thursday. Oct. 5. sou has sold to Mr, Jacob Haloy. t May Clark wcro visiting Miss Ellar taught by J. M. Harrison, and several ty at Oxford, O., preparatory to Hope all will come lind hear him. tho . was completed lasi wcek Mauldcn. Those who havo heard him are real Mr. Ilichardson expects to move to i - M. Ilcc,or nd family attended of tho patrons visited tho Wild Cat opening of tho University. Ills chief Court Is still in sesslon.-J- oel A. Hunter hasJBerea soon-- Mr. I. ndy agaln-Moschool, taught by R. O. Cornelius, plea was for SUmier was English in tho of shooting anxious to hear him bought Mr. J. I Van place on Dig . cuuren 01 "oocnianu, ounuay.-H- lll Friday, Sept. 22, and report a flno University, ho better S iTrvo Young doprecatlng tho fact ambush and night, Sept. 25th. a surprise party folks of Wlldlo attended Green svral and Richmond plko-- Mnt cq MUg 1Jcftrl Mcdlock for jrum yea In the wm by that students ns a rulo fall to master tlmo. Tho Shell school, taught 8cn enced to who has been gono to the mountains church at Goochland last Sunday. Miss Leila M. Cornelius, were also EnglUh.-- A frco kindergarten rjjm to buy cattle has returned with tie Mcd.ock and Mollle Johnston. visitors. Thcro were nbout 150 chil been opened In Hamilton under (LX SSStto WANTED at several head. Tho Teachers' Asso- . dren present and each school had a Auspices of tho Federated Clubs. OTO t.n. freshmcnts consist hk of lemonado elation met at Narrow Cap last Sat-o- r a large number ot all enjoyed Natural black and also whtto wool nlco programmo and tho morning fifty children wcro registered on tho says he has about twenty Bnd cako WCre served, and Dr. Horns-Sy- Morris Supt Noland of Uichmond, bought by Flresldo Industries, Bcrea was spent listening to tho various first day. Uecauso of flro 8urDrlse.MiBS 11111 and -a at Ion-donrlsoners in his cusiouy nu,-j- i.. MrtCpfl wero vlsltlnc Mr. nnd Pres. Frost from Berea and other College, Berea, Ky. Offlco Clover Bot- - songs and recitations which showed ;,. O.. tho big natural gas main of n,1 Wm. Heclev from T from ' '.Mrs. jftCkson Street. Worth.ngton one night last excellent speakers were how carefully they had been trained. tho Ohio Fuel Supply Co. which from Irvine WRlddle.his inrt I and Mrslings ruin mm wiuaiu uwu Fox of Narrow Gap Is sick. Tho .M. t0m cahin. . ... Ever' onu seemed to enjoy tho noon brings gas to Hamilton, was broken wcuk. -- .. have been out of school a B. A. meets tho first Saturday night hour looking over tho old Wild Cat last Sunday night aUmt 7 o'clock and GARRARD COUNTY ble tTreTat t'hTAcademy !1 week on account of the sickness nf In Oct. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Abrams i ittlo ground. One of tho most In . t. tho gns supply In Hamilton failed. r ifn nf . -PAINT LICK. nro tho proud parents of a baby .f. . Mon. their brother. Karl, came back this Paint Lick, Sept. 21. Aunt Rachel teresting features of tho day was Thoro wero many dark homes and a girl, whom they named Mamie. Mr. Tl.ilr la llvlnir tho spelling match In tho afternoon. few uncooked meals. Howuvcr, Alml Vllrnhnth - morning tho thester last week on business. Verand Mrs". Willis Scttlo havo a baby ' X iMcColIum at prcsent-- A very success Thoro was great interest manifest damage to tho main was repaired and oukkniiali. of Jno. Fowler, is non. tho llttlo son girl in their homo. Mr. Ben Boon i Greenhall, Sept. 23. Married, Thurs- - and wifo visited M. D. Settle's, Sun- ful Ice cream supper was held at ed by tho patrons of each district, tho supply of gas camo on again at sick. The "Boy Scouts" went out who wore anxious for their school C o'clock next morning, just In tlmo Saturday ovening for a "Hiko" u- - day, Sept. 21st, Miss Mary Mlnter of day. Mrs. Cam I'igg who has recent- Wallaceton, Sept ICth Mr. and Mn. Ad Souders and Mr. nnd Mrs. Oscar to win. At four o'clock thero'wero to cook breakfast country, in charge of a nrecnhall to Mr. James Bailey of ly gone through an operation rrnRH the at tho pupils on the floor Mls Dora Scout Master and ratrol xaaer. Bradshaw. Tho writer wisnes mem a Gibson Infirmary is getting along Gabbard spent last Sunday with I). four DEATH OF JOHN B, ATKINSON William J. Taylor, representing tho Shell school, They marched out 3 or four miles and long and happy life togother. Sirs nicely. Mrs. Baty I'igg who was op- L. Gabbard and family Old LIzilo Hughos is very sick. Fodder Ralston died Sept 22 at his homo at Edwin Fortncy nnd Wllllo Mllbura, Tho death of Mr. John 11. Atkinson, camped for the night near the erated on nt the Berea Hospital by 74 years of ago. He left n widow and tho Wild Cat school and Miss Ruth of Earllugton, KyH Is reported ns. Dixon place. All report a dellgnttui saving is all the go arouud Ureenhail Dr. Cowley for appendlctls Is alc. s. Robinson and wlfo of Caxtero- - most ready to return home. Mr. J. children to mourn his death. Funeral Painter, tho Hazelpatch school. The having occurred at his summer homo tlmo.-- J. M. Bailey and wifo of Brad- program was ended by talks from near Wrlghtstovin, N. shaw visited in town, Saturday after- yllle, are welcome visitors at Green-noo- n II. Wilson who had his house burned services were held, Saturday, In tho J. Mr. Atkin--J. It. Hays and Leonard Med- - ball, this week. Miss Efflo Stivers a few weeks ago Is going to build Presbyterian church at Manse by the trustees, who complimented tho son was born In New Jersey, but has tho Rev. C. C. Brown. Interment in teachors on the' gnat progress that spent his life In Kentucky since 1871, lock went to Gray Hawk, Saturday has been visiting her father and each school had made In tho last being connected through mother at Fogertown, tho past week, all that time afternoon. threo months. with tho St Bernard Mining ComAs sho returned her horse fell and tyner OWSLEY COUNTY pany, which he brought to great Tvncr Sent 24. Fodder saving and hurt her arm very badly. Tho Greeno power and prominence, and of which tltCKTOWN are tho issues c.f nail scnooi is progressing niceiy sorghum making Freedom Rlcctown, Sept. 22. Farmers aro ho was President at tho time of his day. Miss Lucy Vaughn Is con- - dor the management of Mrs. TU'.lo very busy saving fodder. Svcral of death. valesccnt,-M- rs. Strong Is very low York. Green Strong and wife o: Mt.sl whose boast it is that yc Ho was Interested In many lines of our citizens wero at uoonevmo, not expected to llvo long. Mr. and Hamilton, Ohio, are calling on homo Come of fathers brave and free, Wednesday, to hear Judge E. C. public usefulness, especially In edu t' it. Jonea have been visiting" folks, this week. W. N. Hughes sold rr If there breathe on earth a slave, O'Rear speak. Jamos It Gabbard and cational matters, being a member of in Knnxville and other points tho John Hughes two very fine mule Are ye truly free and brave? C. .,,- W. colU last week for $121. M. Miss Hattie V. Mlnter attended (ho tho Board of Trustees of Kentucky nrn tn Mr. nnd Sirs. "If ye do not feel the chain, attended the speaking at Buckhorn fair last Saturday. Rev. Stato University. Tho welfare of tho Reynolds, a bouncing boyn the 21st. Hughes When it works a brother's pain, Isaac Gabbard filled his regular Ap colored peoplo was very dear to him, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones, Miss Boonevillo last week. There was a Are ye not base slaves indeed, pointment at Esau last Sunday Mar- and took much of his attention. Tho Etta' Jones and her brother. Charlie, large crowd and Judge O Rear maao Slaves unworthy to be freed? lon Bailey caught a flno cat fish that largo number of colored employees nf vim nro vUlUnir in this vicinity, la fine speech. It looks like Judge weighed 20 pounds, a few days ago. of tho St. Barnard Mining Company this O'Rcar is a sure winner because he Mr. Pat Brewer has been in Is true freedom hut to break Miss Lucy Gabbard spent last Sat bad tho fullest confldcnco In him. vicinity branding staves for the Cin- - Is standing for the right. Hurran !or Fetters for our own dear sake, urday" night with relatives on Cow and wlillo ho was at Uio head of clnnatl C. C. the nasi week. W. M. O'Rear, dur next governor of Ken And, with leathern heart.', forget Crock Bony Callahan is in the lta affairs tho company never had n,t. knro. fn with him. hniis- - tucky. Jesse Hereon Is all smiles That wc owe mankind a debt? logging business this fall. Wm. Huff a strike among its laborers. ing his arm and leg very badly and today. It is a fine boy. Mr. Felln Nol true freedom is to share Mr. Atkinson wns the founder of who has been In Lesllo County was inflicting a very oalnful wound on Sealo bought the Levi Couch farm All the chains our brothers wear, horo a few days ago. R. W. Mlnter Atkinson College, a school fur colorthe horse's breast. Mrs. Blle Welch (this week and paid the sum of J900 And, with heart and hand, to be is at Jackson, as a juror in tho Fed ed youth at Madlsonvlllo, Ky. of Berea ls'vlsIUnz friends and rela-- for it. Ho is expecting to move to it Earnest to make others free! Ho took great interest in Lincoln buyers eral Court Several stock W. M. Vaughn soon. Our wall paper man, u. M. Uvea In this Tldalty They are slaves who fear to speak havo been In our vicinity within tho institute, contributing personally a Cook, is having a nice trade, lost a good horse last week. For the fallen and the weak; past fow weeks. Ewcll Wilder and thousand dollars to tho Berea Col- GRAY HAWK ISAACS. t They are slaves who will not choose' Mr. Dock Wilson wcro at tho depot, I Igo Adjustment Fund, and raising Most every Isaacs. Sept 22. We are having I Gray Hawk, Sept. 24. ., la 1.1 . Hatred, scoffing, and abuse, Monday, after a load ot merchandise. another thousand among bis emiim are very one is aone iouucnug uuu lots of rain now. Farmers ployes. ou-aRather than in silence shrink Ho was . of busy saving fodder, making molasses getting ready to make molasses. WHITLEY COUNTY tho Board of Trustees ot tho, InstiFrom the truth they needs must think; sowing wheat. Born to Mr. and der was damaged greatly with dry WII.LIAMMIU'IHI ' tute from Its organization till his They are slaves who dare not be rot. Thomas Morris who has bean An nornellus. a fine baby. Williamsburg, Sept 23. Mr. and death, 'aad Ida counsel waa a great In the right with two or three. - in the employ of W. R. Englo has Mr. and Mrs. Dan Allen returned revisGolding Mrs. Wm. aro value. Tho, Institute Buffers a heavy cenUy from a two weeks visit at Be- - moved back to the C. F. Robinson Jamtt Kutsell .owe. iting friends in Knoxvllle, Tenn., this loss In his removal. Mr. James Bailey and property. TUlie York rea and vlclnlty.-M- rs. week and taking In tho sights nt tho Mr. Atkinson was one of tho pioand Miss Susie Watson visited home Miss Mary Mlnter were marrlod, Appalachian Exposition. Mr. and neers In Forestry in this State, and Sunday, and at-- Thursday, at the homo of the bride, folks, Saturday and Meadows, Miss was frequently called Roscoe Mrs. upon Wo for .bCUUCU .t. n v M. rh.niD. at. -Ann. the Rev. Johnson officiating. aa UiO V. a t, VanWInkle, Miss Bertha Fo- nddrosses on that subject Hester viiin Mr. T, v. Edwards. Mrs. Sim wish them a happy and quiet life of again. Mrs. Julia and Lucy Hayes Manso cometery. G. B. Gabbard and ley, Mr. Henry Rentro and Claude Mr. and Mrs. Pnrrett and MIbs Pearl. Barrett are . sunshine and cheer., FOR SALT" called on Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson, James Plckard attended meeting at Lay are having a delightful time at i visiting In London. George Fields eux unapej were' iu Buio Cumberland Falls, this week. Sunday. I'rcachorsvllle, last Sunday. 20 Farms in Lincoln and Garrard is moving back to his place on Hog A. I. Prlvett, Sunday. Tbe only mule counties. CO to 1,100 acres. Prico $10 Hamilton, Ohio, Ltttar. LAUREL COUNTY liranrJiJohn Seal and Mr. Rube uncle Dick Hayes had fell dead tho WANTED: Three (3) good milch to ISO per acre. The cows, averaging flvo (C) gallons each luthor dar. cause unknown. VIVA Hamilton, O., Sept 22. Tho rain J. It. Edmlston, Crab Orchard, Ky. M. Rev. Harvey Johnson preached at per day. Call or write Berea College Viva, Sept. 21 Miss Nannlo Bcotty fall has been greater In this part or houso near Seven Pines. Rev. by her cousins. Misses the state during tho past two weekB accompanied G. Riley preached at Pigeon Roost, Gray Hawk, Sunday, on his first or Wm. L. Flanery. LETTERTo THEEDITOR Sunday Mrs. Mary E. Purkey Is round for this Conference year. His Lula and Mltta Beatty, has returned than any tlmo during the Spring or Korby Knob, Sept 22, 1311. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY homo from a two week's visit with Summer. The Butler County Fair will visiting her daughter. Mrs. Vina Mc- - text was, "As Moses liueo. up me serpent in tho wilderness, even ro nnnon ROCKkOBD relatives at Beattyvllle. Mrs. Carrie bo held hero during the first week ,'n Dear Editor: .. i . . Seeing that my subscription for must the son of man oe liitea up. waa Cloyd and children are visiting her October Rockford, Sept. 25. There A. J. Gabbard has returncxovkh bottom. we haa a goou meeting, ine epirii- - preaching at Scaffold Cane Union father at Idamay. The llttlo infant ed from an extended visit at Travel- Tho Citizen haa expired, I am mailSept. 21. The Clover Bottom. Christian church at Svcamoro was of God and the power of tho iiojy church, Sunday morning, by Rev. Mr. son ot Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Newman ers Rest, Owsley County, Kentucky. ing you ono dollar for next year. Wo dadlcated today. Tho Rev. Jas. Luns- - Ghost were felt in the congregation, Roberts and Sunday ovening by llov. is very sick. Mr. and Mrs. Ellas Mr. Gabbard bos been unablo to work can't do without Tho Citizen. Wo Thomson. The two Brethern were ac Simpson and Mr. and Mrs. Mary Ab- since June, owing to declining health. are alwaya anxious for Thursday,' ford preached tho dedicatory sermon. COUNTY MADISON companied by Rev. Hudson. Emory rama were visiting at tho homo of He Is thinking ot going to Denver, como so wo can get It They laeked fifty dollars of having DBKYFUS Tho lato rains havo holpcd every Mr. F. C. Jones, Sunday. Mr. J. II. Colo. Mrs. Granvll Johnston's mother the church houso paid for and the Sept, 22. Tho Rev. E. Egan and Joycle Dalton were marri Dreyfus, amount was raised by donation in Winkler of Estill County who has ed at tho homo ot the groom, Sunday Jonea and wife and Miss Lucy Bow- from High Bridge, Ky., has been thing very much. I fear wo are never as thankful as we should bo tor our less than IS minutes, many donating here miernlng at 11. Wo wish them a les of Tyner spent the day with rel- visiting relatives In Hamilton during blessings. heen holding revival services flvo dollars. There were about six Thursday long, prosperous and happy life. Mr. atives at Viva, the 25th, on their tho past week Mrs. Grig Maupln for the past week, closed, Tho winter fruit la a fourth larger hundred persons in attendance. Tho night. Everett Jones, who has been and Mrs. I, L. Martin are the proud way homo from Knoxvllle, Tenn. and son, Will, are attending tho parents of, a fine boy. J. J. Martin Mr. and Mrs. A. Slzemoro ot London Street fair at Oxford, O., for a fow than before tho rains camo. law suit between Hard Mallcoat and homo for tho last week from tho Among tho many good things that Solomon Abrama to secure title to and wife wero tho guests of Mrs. wero tho guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Roi days. Supt Joyce has reported tho turn , a ,ew day8f wl . . . . . .1 . I anm. Tnml .km n Jano Vaughn, Sunday. Corn and mil- ly Beatty last week. Mr. R. D. Joilts enrollment of tho Central High Berea haa given to the peoplo, I Mrs. Leonard Riddel and Mrs. Clargo now. Pota- bought a nlco team of mules last School so largo that the erection of a don't think anything much hotter than Lewis in favor of Mallcoat Byrd ence Thorpe left last Friday to visit let cutting aro all tho Rogers who has been at McKeo on toes are very scarce In this part. week and will take a Job of logging new building before tho next school tho flno watering place In the Bquaro with friends in Indiana. Zculah and buslnesa a fow days returned home, Hamilton passed Rockford on near Weaver. year Is absolutely necossary. Tho to that Pros. Frost and other kind heartDenny J. J. Florence Davis and Candis Saturday. Tho Infant child of Lucy visited IIAZKU'ATCU his way to Berea, Monday. Miss Bou-la- h tal enrollment of the Hamilton pub ed liooplo placed there for tho joor Speedat James Gentry's at Dean Is very sick at this writing. Hazelpatch, Sept 25. Rev. Iasac lics schools Is now 4,244 pupils. Sun- dust choked horses. I am sure they Vlars Is still Improving and Is from well. Saturday night Several will reap a rownrd,for such kindness. Mrs Welch of Berea, waa the guest Lcre atten(leil ot Ro(1 able to be out again. Mr. and Mrs. Clouse preached to a good crowd nt day, Sept. 24. la Rally Day at tho the Wishing Tho Citizen groat success. of Mrs. Hallo Abrama recently Alice Lick, Thursday. Lonlo Glllon and James Vaughn are the proud parents thla place, Saturday night. Ho also First Baptist and First Reformed I am, respectfully, Cruise ot this place has been visiting of a tine girl. There will be preach- preached at Shell and Wild Cat school churches. Rev. S. B. .Hlley, former family will movo to Lexington soon D. M. Click. her mothor, Mrs. Harris, ot Silver where they will mako their future ing at Scaffold Cane at the Baptist houses, Sunday. Mr. J. M. Harrison pastor of tho First Baptist church, Crook for a few days. All tho Rechurch tho first Saturday and Sunday visited homo folks at Titus, Saturday but now pastor of a church in BrookVfduabls Holding. A home. Miss Viola Baker Is visiting publicans and most of tho Democrats by Rev. George Childress. Let every and Sunday. The llttlo daughter of lyn, N. Y., will preach at both tho Another big dlvldond payor la Stnso rolatives hore R. A. Hudson and of thia sect on are for O'Rear for ,ann, to movo to Mu. body como and hear him. It will do Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Robinson Is very morning and evening services. Dr. eommon. Wall Street Journal. governor. We have fifteen Demo- - fam ,nro about Blx W00ks.-Lu- ther g. JE v O ""V ,K'berlaln Is erecting a new dwell- Rear will get of them.-- H. hou8Q for UaTilUe, 8aHle b m leaned torn ,.owe nnd chlldren vUUetl her school for two weeks on business onU Mr. ana Mr8, Dlrd tho WOrYh025 h,I? SS latter part ot the week.-- Our school Sin?. g 18 isn't --& clothes Nsrvv SHIELD aC ome in. let ua ahow nleely with Miss Oer-1 HonoKoHoonononooHotonoW otaootaofcotaoovioioioMoooM Dn KlnB a Slrl. Mother and JACKSON fCOUN 1 Uby arc olBg nne.EltIcn Davidson Sept. 23. Tho Christian church at Goochland held services tho 2Uh. A frco dinner was served, tho church was decorated and visited by a largo audience, all of whom had a .good time. Frank Logor'a llttlo child is very low, but with Dr. Chest Climax, BAKING POWDER Absolutely Purm Tho only Baking Powder made from Royal C rape Cream of Tartar ROYAL lo sor-Te- w ........ con-Ice- rdalt 'reed Z S """r"' 'r n, ti,o ra.ur 7 II un-th- J ," M m. w I T 0, S??? ,, ' . "You Ssvy- thsita V anxviluc 25. aro quito busy saving fodder nnd re- port corn crops very good Frank W. King has gone to Paris to visit bis brother-in-laO. M. Rader, for a fow days. Edward Strong mado a business trip to Moores Creek, Sun- day afternoon. Born to the wife of The farmers Tod(,. M tMthWdJ-t- e wU, be a revival meeting, Monday night, at tho Baptist church, conducted by Rev. James Parsons. Everybody come, Pn"S M Harts, Sept. 25. Sidney VanWInkle and family aro selling out to go to Hamilton, Ohio, to Hvo-C- has. Davis of Red House visited tho homo of J. W. Lako, Saturday ulght Robt. Ken- - iiakts bill to the latter. T of tiling your clotnea our way T INDXLOTHING. 4hcre auosuon v;i- cIfe, qM , Qualify wnicn oiiiiwui 41 'wonlt answer. - BRAND" CLOTHING CLOTHING tho clothes you wrvnt to buy ftt the prico you want to pay. .. '.j. .j. you SHIELD BRAND R. W. BICKNELL, Booneville, Ky. 02'