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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): October 12, 1911 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1911 cit1911101201_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): October 12, 1911 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. MNUDA PUBLISHING CO. J. f. IMOOHrOKATKD FAULKNER, Manager at tU rctt vflet at Btttt, A., m frctnd 3Devotd to til Interests of tlie Moixn.tan. People Vol. JJlII. The Citizen BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 12, 1011 Knowledge it povrer aad Um ay to keep up with modem knowledge to to read a good newspaper. Fire cents a. copy. One Dollar a year. No. 15 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 shoe6 it is a satisfaction to show him DOUGLAS SHOES. We have opened up our fall line and have them in all the newest styles. WHERE TO SEND CHECKS Our editorial last week on "Tho One Man Campaign" seems to but our attention has been called to nn oversight in it. While pleading with tho moral forces to contribute to the campaign that is being waged in their behalf, we should have stated to whom contributions should be sent. Checks may bo forwarded to tho hnvo met with approval, RcroDUCAN Banking by Mail To The Public: "Banking by mail" Is quite satisfactory with those living nt 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 remfttanccs 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. , H. G. Oarrett, Chairman,' Oalt House, Louisville, Ky. Finance Committee, NO LONGER SHEEP R. R. COYLE CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE HARMONIOUS CONVENTION FinST PAGE Harmonious Convention. Editorials. News of Week. In Our Own State. Kontucky Library Association. SECOND I'AOE. General News. Temperance. Markets. THIRD PAOE Kentucky News. Homo Town Helps. , Sermon Functional Ethics. News for Young People. FOURTH PAOB Locals. FIFTH PAGE Sunday School Lesson. Continued Story. SIXTH PAGE Order for Election for Graded School. C. E. Convention. Mass Republican Convention Held In College Chapel to Select Ticket for City Council Agrees Upon Six of Berea's Most Representative Men ' Trl-Stat- o Announcements. SEVENTH PAGE Farm and Garden. EIGHTH PAGE Eastern Kentucky News. Poom "How Did You Diet" , Jutliic O'Rear spcuks In the Collciic Cluipclnt Bereu Monthly Nlilhi, Oct. 23rd. THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS Hospitals For Advanced Mf OR. yiI.LlAM Ciut XL WELCH. so easy to say exact becu responsible for ly Wbac tsiivr progressive diminution In tfes' amount of tuberculosis, but Xoch In Germany and Arthur Nowsholme. tlio best vital statistician in English speaking countries, came to the conclusion 'that the factor that has done the mcit is what Is called InstituThat means tional segregation. tbo isolation of patlcnta with tuberculosis, so far as Is possible, In Institutions. That should be emphasized today as the central fcaturo of the campaign against tuberculosis, and the gnat need In this country Is a supply of sultablo hospitals for these cases of advanced tuberculosis. H'l jt has ed, his honesty and sincerity questioned. It is not enough to say that ho Is a night-ride- r and that his election means an era of lawlessness, his opponent must try to connect him with tho assassination of Goebel and at tho same time must denominate him a Saint, dubbing him Saint Edward. May bo that kind of a campaign will win but It ought to mako for O'Rear. THE MACEDONIAN CRY No better evidence of tho straits into which tho Democratic Campaign Managers have fallen can bo found than their cry of uistress which has succeeded In bringing Into tho state numerous speakers of reputed prominence In National Democratic circles. This week has witnessed tho return LORIMER INQUIRY REOPENED of Speaker Clark, though ostensibly Tho Senato commlttco Investigatto deliver a lecturo in Lexington, and tho coming of the leader of tho ing tho election of William Lorimer, House, Mr. Underwood, who Is said to the Senate from Illinois resumed to have mado a powerful speech and its sessions at Chicago, Tuesday. of tho committee havo been at to havo pled for Democratic victory, Meetings of Association showing how disastrous it would !k work during tho summer recess nnd to tho interests of Democracy in it is said that much new and startA Goodly Number of Delegates from Many Parts of the State At- general it a Republican should be ling testimony will bo presented. Tho tend Berca Meeting Pleased With Their Entertainment. elected Governor who would havo tho committee will endeavor to havo Its report ready for tho opening of Conpower to appoint a Republican Sengress In December. Association lego. Wo have Invited you because, Tho State Library ator In caso thero should bo a vawhoso meetings wero held In He re a whilo wo aro somewhat strangers to cancy. GETTING AFTER STEPHENSON proved to each other, wo aro lovora of tho last Thursday and Friday The investigation of the election SENSATIONAL RAID bo a very Interesting gathering. Tho samo things and tho samo people; of fcnntor Stephonson by tho Wisconprogram as published In Tho Citizen you lovo books and quiet hours and A sensational story comes from sin Legislature is revealing somo aptwo weeks ago was followed almost so do wo. Wo praise God for Molvll London to tho effect that United palling things. Tho stamp bill alono Dewey and Andrew Carnegie, and so States revenue officers havo rounded was said to bo $11,000 and tho beer to tho letter. Probably tho inobt Interesting ses- do you. Can wo not lay down a new up a number of moonshlubrs operat- and tobacco bills wero mora than sion, at least to tho general public, axiom and say, folks that ore friends ing in Clay County who had formed twlco as much while tho total corrupwas that Thursday evening at which to the samo folks are friends to a regular company. Report has It that tion fund amounted to over $107,000. music was furnished by tho Collcgo each other. It Is a glorious thing the marshals wero led la their raid Lorimer In Illinois and Stephenson Rest, 103. W. G. orchestra. At tho request of tho Asso- to bo tho custodian of an arsenal of by Anso Bakor and George Hall who ia Wisconsin sister States In shame. J. Vf Stephens. 120. ciation President Frost's address of books. A library of 10,000 volumes is wero formerly enemies but havevnow NOT TOO STRINGENT R. J. Engle, 103. wolconio was given at that time In- moro poworful than a battleship. Wo Joined hands to help rid tho communThey aro going to enforce tho 8. R. Raker, 4S. stead of at tho afternoon session. aro glad to havo you hero and to ity of moonshiners. Though tho raid now law concerning owning and carryChas. Preston, 30. encourage you. This room will havo Is said to have been tho most successing pistols In Now York. Two young receiving tho highest Ho spoko In part as follows: Tho four easy and an honest moro precious memories becauso you ful ono In years, not a single- shot mon have boon sentenced to tho "Welcome Is an number of vptcs, J. K. Baker, W. G. was fired. Part of tho captured men penitentiary for terms of flvo years word In Kentucky. Wo are heartily havo met with us." Best, J. W. Stephons and R. J. En$-lworo taken to BeattyvlllO; and tho simply for carrying concealed weaTho address of welcome was C. glad to greet you In Berca. Wo glvo along with A. Isaacs and E. ponsnot having used them or at-to by tho Prcsldont of tho othors to London. Seulo woro thon. declared tho nominees you tho freedom of our little village (Continued on rc Five) (Continued on Fifth Pace) (Contlnuetl on fourth paga) and tho glad hospitality of tho col- tho convention adjourned. and o J nt. A'on-rcxisla- nt Iursuaut to a call by tho constituted party authorities a mass convention of the Republicans of Berca mot nt tho Public School building at evening, to Wednesday 7 o'clock, soloct a ticket for City Council. Owing to tho poor room accommodations and bod lights the meeting adjourned tor tho Chapel whero Judgo Gay called tho house to order and nominations for tementcrtalnwd porary chairman. Judge Holllday was nominated and chosen by acclamutlon. Treasurer was mado Secretary and tho temporary organization declared A commlttco on credentials was then appointed which consum-.- l ronie tlmo In making its rcjiort. Folu'l lowing tho report a commlttco nominations consisting of John W. Welch, John Dean and Prof. Marsh was appointed. Tho commlttco presented majority and minority reports. Tho majority presented tho following names: A. Isaacs, E. C. Seale, J. K. IJukor, W. G. Rest, J. W. Stephens and R. J. Enslo. Tho minority report Bubmltted tho names of A. Isaacs, E. C. Scale, S. It, Baker, W. II. Uower, Chas. Preston and Wright Kelley, alt E. F. Coylo. Uoth Mr. Kelley and Mr. Coylo withdrew their names. nominations wcro declared Tho closed and, In as much as tho names of Isaacs and Sealo were on both reports, on motion of Prof. Dodge, they woro declared elected. Six uamcs remaining on tho two tickets from which tho four remaining candidates wero to bo selected, bnllotB were then cast with tho following result: J. K. Raker, 130. An article in an exchange treats of the country church and school and the claim is made thnt they ore both going to decay. But the future of the school Is not considered so hopeless as that of the church. There are processes already at work for the regeneration of the school conutcting it with modern life, thought and methods, but not so of the church. Its face is to tbo past. It welcomes no suggestion from the present or the future. Bound in word, in thought and in activity by its dogmas, its oracles and its creeds even its hymns it alls iu the rear of the unbound world as It advances. It worships the past not altogether unlike China, one of its chief mission fields. "Tho country church is going to decay," we read, "not because the people in the country can't pay a preacher, but because their thoughts, ambitions and beliefs have changed, while tho preacher is just where ho always was he hns failed to keep pace with tho times and, consequently, the Pcoplo have lost interest lu his ministrations, are neglecting the church." Wo present these thoughts not as vouching for their truth but for tho purpose of calling attention to what the consensus of best opinion has chosen to consider a very grave problem. Possibly the country church was never much better than it is now. It may not, then, be actually losing ground, but simply failing to keep up with the times, and, candidly, we entertain somo doubts as to this criticism of the country school. It is not nt all what we would like to have it, but we think that instead of "going to decay" it is better than it ever was. But certainly ns to both thore is great room for improvement nnd, possibly, in case of the church, cause for serious alarm. What then is the remedy? The nrticlo quoted above says that the cause lies in the failure of the ministry to keep pace with tho times, and If that is tho caso the remedy lies in their becoming educated progressive; their ability to find nnd npply new truths or interpret tho old in terms of the recognition and advocacy of the worth of a salvatlou as respects this life as well as for a future life. But is it only the country church that comes in for criticismf We fear not. One only has to be in a conference of city ministers to hear their confession that the church is not accomplishing the work it Is designed to do their confession that it is failing to reach the mnRses. Yet few of them would acknowledge that the cause of that failure was iu themselves. , Some time ago we sat among a company of ministers coming both from tho city nnd from the country aud listened to the reports of the work of the past year. Occasionally we heard the word "increase" but "decrease" wbb very common decrease in membership, decrease in the amount paid for the support of the cause, decrease in interest, and there was n general tone of despondency. The church was putting up a losing fight. Thedespondoucy was contagious and while still under its wo glanced tip nt a stained glass window which n bright sun was kindling into n gaudy blaze of color. It was n picture of the GoodShepherd leading hissheep a picture we had always loved, but uow there was an impulsive protest. This was a poor representation of Jesus. It did. scant justice to his power, his knowledge, his wisdom nnd his forco of character his power over men. Sheep, hetj, unthinking sheep I And there was no power to check the thought, "Anybody could Possibly these men, in so far as they have been educalend sheep. ted at nil, have been educnted to lend sheep, but instead they hnvo come into contact with human beings obstreperous hutnau beings, contentious human beings they have been called upon to lead thinking men nnd women nnd they have failed because they were only trained to lend sheep, aud men are no longer sheep. It is to be doubted if they ever were sheep, tho according to modem theories they may have been monkoys." Berea Bank & Trust Co. ANDREW ISAACS, Pres. J. W. STEPHENS, JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier. Vlce-Pres. Ill JWN STATE NEWS OFJffi Anti-Pistol WEEK Turko-ltalla- n War Desperation of Democrats Shown by Progress of the Industrial War Still On Lorimer Mudslinging Macedonian Cry and Stephenson, Companions In After tho "Shiners" Fire PrevenLaw Guilt New York's tion Day L. & N. Big Showing Is Being Enforced -- President Still Dr. McGarvey Dies Arbor Day. Will Manage Cam- - ' Inthe West-W- ho FROM RIDICULE TO paign Edison an American all right. Tho high plane upon which Judgo O'Rear has conducted his campaign from first to lost osght to appeal to every ono, whether Republican or Democrat. Ho has stood for principle and advocated such measures and Ideals of government for the state as no true Democrat can gain-saand In fact no one, as far as we have boon able to learn, has questioned his platform. But ia tho eyes of Rourbonlsm O'Rear is daugorous and must bo defcatod at all hazards. And so tho Issues of the day must bo forgotten and his character besmirch- WAR Tho war between tho Turks and Italians has been going all ono way during tho week. In fact tho Turks havo offered but little resistance to their enemies, Tripoli having been seized and the army of occupation being on Its way to possess the Interior of tho country to provldo TURKO-ITALIA- tho Inroads of barbarian tribes. Sentiment has changed somewhat In favor of tho Italians since their contentions havo been mado public. It is only tho Jealousy of the different European powers that Is to blatno for tho Intolerable outrages committed by tho "Unspeakablo Turk," and It might not bo a had thing if Italy's precipitation should bo tho opening wedge to tho solution of tho Turkish problem. STRIKE STILL ON The great railroad strike on the Harrlman lines Is still on and thero is no Immediate prospect of settle ment. There has been serious rioting in a number of places and several havo been killed. Tho companies aro keeping up traffic by means of strlko I i breakers who aro guarded by U. S. Marshals, an injunction having been tgrantod tho roads, prohibiting the strikers from interfcrrlng with tho traffic or tho railroad property. Mnny ( trains havo been attacked, however. Kentucky Library o, Weight isa Difference is a Difference Price Quality is a Difference 'Tr Combine the three ( ' WELCH'S ?sJra J and "Save the Difference" - Xt e Two A family newspaper for all that la right THE CITIZEN CITY The Citizen true and Intereatlng. IS FLOODED SUGGESTION FOR THE SAFETY OF DAMS PREVENTION CELEBRATION TO BE MADE REALI8TIC BY THE RESCUE OF MR8. O'LEARY'8 COW IN CHICAQO. (PubltohrJ vcry Thuimlay a,t Ilerm, Ky. BLACK RIVER FALL8 HALF DE STROYED WHEN BIQ DAM femM KING WARNS AGAINST DRINK One of Most Powerful Rulers of South. Africa Cautions His People Agalntt Use of Alcohol. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. J. ( Incorporated) P. Faulkner, Editor ana Manager. 0VERFL0W8. MANY gg October 12, 1911 o BUILDINGS IN RUINS Subscription Rates One ymr cnx Aionuis Three Months Braid TATAUU3 IN ADVANCB. ,, Pwn-orfle- o Jt.Prt x go wtthtu three supplied FltM nranluma dmn. irilh now ih cr1pllons uij prompt rcnownls. Bend for lAni. i irnuum torma civn to nnv mm whn nK Liberal taJn new mibacrlntkma for us. Any ono ccnauiic us imir yeajMy stnwcrlptlona can reoctro Tho CtUzen frc-- for Mme4f for one year. Advertising rates on application. laJd. If It monr hy or Expren Money Order, Draft, rtfrfstered Ixtter, or Black River Falls, Wis. Half the wnf am iwo cnu Miunpa. The date astir your noma on kit business section of this city and a shows to what tn.t your milncrtjHlcm i aiuv renewal notiry in. JUsMnic numbers will bo gladly la not rtwuiewl Only Two Persons Are Reported Mist ing, But It Is Feared 8everal Have Perished Number of Villages In Valley In Peril. SHOW FOR 2,500,000 SPECTATORS o MBMnEIt OF KENTUCKY PIUiSB ASSOCIATION. Two-storbuildings some people like to nave a war Main street scare every once In a while Just aa o were nearly entirely submerged they collapsed. The power relaxation. RULE CITY house which furnishes the city's light PAPER TRUST TROOPS is entirely under water. Tho Omaha Still, if the katydid were Infallible it mould Incur the Jealousy of the pro railroad bridge is 40 feet above the M'COMB, MI8S-- , 18 PRACTICALLY water normally, and now the flood li fessors of tho weather bureau. UNDER MARTIAL LAW. 8. GRAND JURY AT CLEVELAND within ten feet of the rails. INDICT EIGHT MEN FOR Below Dlack River Falls. In tho val it sneezing means disaster In an aeroplane, we prefei to walk and ley, aro a number of villages. IncludCONSPIRACY. Evidence It Being Gathered by nil- ing Roaring Creek. Irving, North sneeze to our heart's content. nolt Central Agents to Prosecute Bend, Melrose, Holmen, Lytles, Mid Labor Men. Another mother has entered her lit way and Onalaska, which are directly GOV. DIX'S PARTNER NAMED tle' boy for "perfect child" honors. All Si the path of the flood. Chicago. The International offlcera The levee protecting the shore ot children are perfect to their mothers. and Manufacturers Art ot nine different crafta are threatened Black river at the west end or the Jobbers Charged With Violating Sherman with a costly legal suit following the A New YorK woman, attired in a Delia dam, flvo miles above Hatfield. Anti-TruInterruption in traffic on the Illinois Law and With Control! hobble skirt, took n kick at a dog. the property of the La Crosse Water Central railroad, tho rioting at Ing Country's Wall Paper Output We leavo tho reader to Imagine Power company, gave way. sending City, Mies., and the destruca huge column of water against the the resL Cleveland, O. Eight dam at Hatfield. indictments tion of valuable records by clerks The structure, unprior to going on strike. B7 able to stand the strain, opened at against four wall paper manufacturers A New York- hack driver ate Following the riot agents of the ears of corn in one sitting, which prob- the west side, and tho flood rushed on and our wall paper Jobbers, members ably accounts for the fact that be is a its way toward the city below. of tbe "wall paper trust' company began the collection of evihack driver. The water, flowing with resistless charging them with a conspiracy In dence to be used In the prosecutions current and In tremendous volume, restraint ot trade in violation of the of strikers under the 8herman antit r or me Dcncnt or tnose wno aDnor i unaermmcd one large building after oaerman Evidence it also being law. were re-- trust act dlctlonarlea be It explained that a another, and as they crumbled to turned by the federal grand jury here. tought against striking railway clerks who aro charged with destroying way Among the prominent men Indicted philatelist Is a boy stamp collector pieces the debris was carried away. after bo grows up. The residents, although they knew w. A. Huppuch. chairman ot the bills and shipping orders at the Memv of tho overflowing of the Hatfleld dam, New York state Democratic central phis and,, New Orleans offices ot the A New York woman spends $6,000 a showed little fear of its effects until committee, former manager of Cover company before they went on strike. s Six year for face massages. Off hand, the waters burst upon them. nor Dix's political campaign and are now known The company has been flghtlnir the preaident of tho state public aervlce to have been seriously hurt, one of without seeing the lady, we'd say her rising water during heavy rains for a commission. faco Isn't worth It He Is president of the them, named Haines, fatally, in the week, but the 300 men. who were National Association of Wall Paper riots at McComb City. The strikebreakers were passing through on a News that the 1912 automobiles are trying to save the dyke, gave up. The Manufacturers. train and 1,000 shots were fired Into on the market causes us to look with uuua waters Bwepc over tho core The indictments were brought on pity on those unfortunates who have wall at the west end of tho Upper complaint of a five and t store the cars. Lee Haley, a striker. wa no homes to mortgage. ueiis aam, emptying millions of gal- of Pittsburg. It is alleged that the also killed by a bullet which tho polons of water Into tho lower lake. men Indicted, forming the executive lice claim was fired by hta friends. Elevator Knocked Down. Dr. Fulton, Noted English Expert, To save the power-bous- e Delphi. Ind. Derailed by tho break- Boston Is In receipt of a strange and adja committee of the Jobbers' and manu About the time Haley was shot an ex on "Alcohol and Tuberculoand unidentified sea monster. The cent settlements the company dyna facturers' organizations, met In Cleve plosion occurred near the car shops. Ing ot a switch rail a heavily loaded sis" Drink Causes Poverty. thing came to the right port to get it mited the canal wall, permitting nart land May 30, 1910, and entered Into This was followed by a number ot westbound Wabash freight plunged of the flood to flow back into tho river an agreement not to sell to five and shots. The explosive tore a bole la into the grain elevator owned by Don- - At tho Tuberculosis exhibition, held self named scientifically. bed below the dam. Although this re- ten-cestores. This It was charged the ground, but no one was hurt tin & Ilysn, tearing It from Its foundn- - at Nottingham, England, Dr. Fulton, a Julius Kruttschnltt gave out a state tlons and totally demolishing It and noted expert, lectured to n A sldewbeel steamer that will carry leased some of the tension on the was in restraint of trade and contrary nn. 6,000 people Is being built for use on main dam the gravest fear Is ex- - to the word and spirit ot the Sherman ment that many strikers had returned Its contents. The loss to the ratlroad Utenre on "Alcohol and Tuberculosis." law. Thomas I Roche of to work on the Harrlman lines. Many and tho elevator men Is estimated at Dr. Fulton said that there was somethe Hudson river. Even It will doubt pressed lest It crack from the heavy less be overcrowded on Saturdays strain, ir there is no more rain it Philadelphia, secretary of the manu new men were also employed. Offi connection, direct and Indirect, be loo.uoo. and holidays unless the authorities may hold, but If rain continues offi- facturers association, and William L. cials ot the Illinois Central stated tween alcohol and consumption. An watch carefully. cials of the company fear a further Yotter of Omaha, secretary of the that 40 per cent of their usual force Austin Disaster. Indirect way In which the two wero Jobbers' organization, appeared before was at work and that no more men disaster. Austin. Tho death list due to tho connected was that alcohol wn tnaim. "Carry an onion In your pocket." When it became apparent the break the grand jury and for their testimony would be hired. flood la placed at 74. Of that number mental In placing people in unhealthy says the Memphis Commercial-Appeal- . waa inevitable Caretaker True of the were given an Immunity bath. CO bodies havo been recovered. surroundings, with insufficient food. and you will not have fits." We pass upper Dells dam mounted a horse and Tne 'allowing were indicted: Jay PLOT NEW MEXICAN REVOLT) Two thousand men aro now at work He would alto show that thcro was I warned D Pcarce. president of the Jobbers' tho advice along to the pcoplo who residents of tho vicinity to flee clearing away the debris. Every per- - scientific evidence that there was a are looking for a European war over for higher ground. It Is believed mnt association, Cleveland: C. C. Adlor. is Newspaper Declares the Followers oi sonno being taken care of, and there direct connection between the two. Althe Moroccan question. Columbus. O.; Norton B. Newcomb, of them had time to escane suffering. ls cohol was nn Indirect cause of con. Reyes and Diaz Already Havo When the flood struck niaek niver lows; Charles E. Maxwell, Chi sumption, mainly becauso It wan a a Junta. Established Blllle Burke, after having her ward- - Falls farmhouses, barns and other de- - cag0 aad New Yrk; W. A. Huppuch, Eight Are Injured. cause of poverty. Ito had lone alnrn robe soaked In the Carlton flro, ar- - bris were hurled against the wagon Hudson Falls, N. Y.: George Talt, Pittsburg, Pa. Eight persons were come to the conclusion that It waa not Mexico City. El Pals publishes a x otk Glens Falls. N. Y.; Robert F. Hobbs, n in to una mat her onage, carrying It out Injured when a street car Jumped tho poverty that caused drink, but drink trunks had been forwarded on the Hoboken. N. J.; John McCoy, York, sensational telegram from San An- track, cut down a telegraph pole The Green Bay and Western tracks and that caused poverty and dirt Peonln tonio. Tex- - to tho effect that the folwrong Eteamer. Some women have I aro washed out for a half mile near ia, lowers of General Reyes and tho de- leaped over an embankment In North who were poor did not live In such good The manufacturers and jobbors de wonucnui iuck in advertising. uatneid. rooms as others, and thev wern often uraaaocK. clare that they did not plan a war on posed president. General Diaz, have Hatfield's telephone overcrowded, and Infection waa the ,ne ema" 'rcs and that In the case established a Junta In that city and The New York milliner who went with Black Itiver Foils, 12 miles be- moro dangeroua under those condibroke rather than bother his custom- low. were cut off. The operators of of the Pittsburg company, which has await tho arrival ot Reyes. Tbo tions. Money, too, waa often spent on permits tbo Inference that a new ers with bills mado a fatal mistake both the Boll and the independent since failed, they refused to do bus! THE MARKETS alcohol which should be spent on food when lie allowed his business address companies notified their central of- ness with It aa the concern had no Insurrection Is to bo begun. Tho paand clothing. The difficulty of dealing per also publishes a dispatch from to be published. fices at North Bend that they were credit with a consumptive who was addicted Juarez saying that a revolt will bo leaving on account of the water. Cincinnati Grain Market. to alcoholism was Instanced by tie before December. General MaOne hundred and eighty feet of Just as in tho Austin flood, tele. WILEY FOES ARE RELIEVED dero Hour Winter attaches little Importanco to family 3J0a3.60, patent l4.2Ca4.45. lecturer, who snoko of th. ann..tii. pnono operators proved fclaclisnakes were killed by a Connecti heroines. low grade 2.90a being ruined by drinking bouts. Alco-cut fanner In seven minutes. Now With almost every resident In Black Solicitor McCabe Is Retired From these reports. hard patent JG.lGaG.CO. do fancy, hoi predisposed to consumption by , . . .. ... we ao not miea me sea serpent any Kiver Falls fleolng out of the town. j in.j rr lilowenng me vitality of- . body, Pure Food Board Chemist rc" tho and 'V"7"J r ; uri 1-I more. WIL&UN TO flTTFWn LUNGKcSS tne girl operators of hnth rnmmni.. Dunlan Givn lmu 99c. No. 3 red 94a97c. No. 4 red 8Ca thus lessening Its power of resistance there stuck to their boards, warning 93c. Corn No. 2 whlto 74a74c. No. 3 to disease germs. Experiments had Persons who attended wrestling iu ery oirecuon. wasnington. in a sadden sucoes- - Announces He Will Not Preside or white 73V4a74c. No. 2 yellow 73a73c, been mode on animals which proved They left only matches and other bouts In the Colos when the water started to flood the slon of orders, an Initial move In the Take Prominent Part at Brewer's No. 3 yellow 72a73c, No. 2 mixed that alcohol did reduce tho resistanceseum of old Homo did not have field loor where they were working. Meeting. expected reorganization of the do- 730730, No. 3 mixed 72J473C. Oats of the body to disease. Medical men glasses with which to combat the by Chippewa Falls, Wis. Two dams Partmcnt of agriculture. Solicitor No. 2 white 49a49c. standard admitted that It did no means inconsiderable distances of jrent out In this city and one nt Bloom. George P. McCab was retired from Washington. Secretary of Agricul. 49u50c, No. 3 whlto 48a49c. white monla, eryilpelaa. in cases of pneu- -and blood poisonthat historic lnclosure. So the world, ir, and the country Is flooded In every tbo Pure nd drug board, Assoc!- - ture James Wilson said he will atJDB: and ?et ,om8 wou'd not admit It Cincinnati Live etosk. after all, has made progress. tend the International Brewers' coni ne Chippewa at0 t'nemisi r. U Dunlap, closoly uirecuon. river is Cattle-Ship- pers oon,tumPl,01n' ""bough tbo 5.25a6.10. butcher its banks, and water It tlned wltn McCabo, was allowed leave gress In Chicago, but will not preside If New York city has the 6,000.000 running in tho streets as ' ' 1 "' r absence until the president's return, at any of the meetings or take a atecrs, extra 5.90a6.10, good to choice " "7" a result ot hi.lfi.rB ?4.C0aC75, ir.,t. mortem examination had also innaDitanta that the directory publish an prominent part In the proceedings. downpour of rain. and Chemist Harvey W. Wiley was era suggest. It follows that a good .10a4.90, cows, extra t0 cnolco Tbo secretary has been irritated by "VI " " left apparently la supreme command u.ru' '"co01 many of them are outside of the 400. good to choice 3.7Ba4.25, '" the criticisms which followed the an- of the board. .1". No Trace of Mining Ship, Bulls-Bolcom' canners 1.60a2.75. . .n. heaUh; Dr. It. E. Doollttle of New York. nouncemcnt ot bis election a. hono Houghton, Mich. Tho Boston Is shocked because a well U. 3.60a4.10. extra .2Ga.35. Calve-sh n friendly to Dr. Wiley, was temporarily ary president of the congress. '"yArf: . v. . ,.7bJeCt' known young man married his tiise, Amaranth, after petroling the course appointed to the board, . ." ...wuuruto KXira 19. fair to COOd 17nS7K ' ouu jounce. common and larrA 1 KOnS n Iloston la the city that Benjamin oi snips ceiween Duluth and Ke Rmtiln C. T,l.rf I1C.IUIIV, D..I... llWf- il- I I .I .. lUnaKIn irtnn Franklin moved away from when ho weenaw roint. arrived here and re- Tha flml r ihfifA .innlinr. hh.I 1. . 160 Killed In Mexico. started to grow up. Mexico City. One hundred and Capt. Frank A. Cook, recently court- - 0.90a6.95. mixed packers jioneu iuai no irace oi tne steamer .. 6.60a6.90. . r,..J A cent oyuney presa dispatch con . , nupKins, wnicn waa abandoned In a slxtv are reDorted dead h martiaiea at Han Francisco (or rnmmnn n .hoi Archdeacon Tho center of population always was waterlogged condition by Its crew, suit of four Ladles In widely unbecoming an officer, hat 4a5.85. pigs (110 lbs and less) $3 t. conduct f the amount of H7 a wobbly point, anyway, and Union-vllle- had been found. It la believed the tered localities In the south during the been accepted by the president It was a5.C5. Sheep-E- xtra .'mVf 3JSa3.40, drink . New South Wales for Hopkins went down In the heavy last tbreo days between the federal announced at the war department T Ind, should be glad to loso it. xne year 1909. The figures which he The town that baa an enterprising ttorm Monday night $C.10a6.25. forces and tbo opposition to Madero. The findings were not mado public gives are 6,317.682, which would be population In, not around it, is the one Cincinnati Miscellaneous. more than I2B.000.000. Thlt he Captain Cook, Tried, Resigns. that counts. Buffaloes Go to Emperor, Duke Sails for Canada. roultry Hen 12 He, sprint; chick- to be a reduction of about wasning:on. ino resignation of New York. The empocor of Austria London. The Duke ot Connaught ens UMiC. ducks 11c, turkeys JJ4C.897 from tho amount expended In Texas Is to forbid the shooting ol Capt. Frank A. Cook, recently court- - will make an effort to raian tho i. accompanied by the duchess, sailed on 17c, geeso 7nl0c. Eggs Prime firsts tho previous year. doves, as these gentle and beautiful martlaled at San Francisco for con- - most extinct buffalo. Two the steamer Empress ot Ireland from zone Butter Creamery birds have been found to bo destroy- duct unbecoming an officer, has been animals are part of tbo cargo ot the Liverpool to assume the office of gov-- Z2c, firsts firsts 0XtTa 30c, 25c, dairy, fane Intemperance and Poverty ers of pernicious weeds. The Audubou accepted by the president, It was an- Prlns Filedrich Wllbelm, consigned to It we could sweep Intemperance oul society is doing a useful missionary nounced at the war department the royal deer park at orated lOallo lb. Carrots Homo of the country, there would be bardl work in opening tho eyes of the pub , I .... . ffrnwn 12 nnd IKn Hn,an r-itvw i j'wiuiwr . cuuuku leu to Kirn linn I Mi i Copper Merger Is Dropptd. B.oi.jt.u i. marKcu. lm lie to tho great use of birds in tb j . . lrnqKit n iuviiaiu " " wmuraei, Alien. nans for the pro "c' destruction of weeds and Insects and .,nl.cnarl,ttb,e npule. , Fires Shot Into Cabinet Atlantic Clty.N. J.-- An Impo.lng . " a in, ucva. i lumps JJrUOKB. """'i-- "u h lo the consequent lolly and loss m posed gigantic Superior copper niergor Vienna. A Dalmatian workman . ,n..mt, m.rLln . uuavuinoruiu, ibao.ZS. Onlnnn . their slaughter. Thlt law In Toxas Is were definitely dropped when dlreo- - fired four shots at the minister of tu. battlofled at Chestnut Neck, ..- -. . ...cuiiuies InVltCS Fever. an example which other states win tors of several of the companies in- - tlce from tho gallery in the lowr .niinfw nnv.tl lout)Uoss toon follow In the local tormed atockholders of their decision bouse oT th relchtratn. No one was Pice. the Daughter, cf tbo to dote negotiations. preservation of uteful birds. - , - Ii - . injured. Tbo man wat arrested. iuV m B cat Revolution. 3 "01. favar. o o li portion of the residence section was destroyed when tho swollen waters of tho Dlack river overflowed the dam of the La Crosse Water and Power company at Hatfield in a deluge that did damage estimated at between $2,000,000 and f 3,000.000. Between flfty-Qvand sixty build ings were destroyed and the homes of a acoro of farmers were swept away In the deluge. A portion of the resi dence section Is under water and In habitants have been forced to flee to the high lands near the city for safety. Several are reported missing, and It is feared they have perished. The fate of many farmers, whom It was impossible to warn. It unknown. . There is betwoen twenty and thirty feet of water In Water street and Perhaps An Official Residence Suitably Placed Would Have a Good Effect o HI! st Mc-Co- - - I anu-true- 1 strike-breaker- ten-cen- Words of warning against nlcobollo drink formed part of the kingly ad dress of ono of tho most powerful na- tlve rulers of South Africa nt a great celebration lately hold to mark tho the Year 1871. fiftieth anniversary of tils acceptance of Christianity. This ruler is King Chicago. With a real cow and a Kama of the Dam&ngwnto, in Ilcchu- real burning barn to represent Mrs. analand, South Africa. Flfty-onyears O'Lcary's cow and bnrn In the ro of ago Kama enrao In touch with a Ger-1871, Chicago will tench a "flro pro- - man missionary preaching and teach- vcntlon lesson to Its 2,500.000 popula- - Ing among tho nntlvo llcchuanaa in tho tlon by enacting n realistic snoctncle old native capital of the Ilamnngwato. ot tho origin of tho groat conflagration I at Shothong, and accepted the new mat destroyed tho city 40 yearii ago. faith, a yoar later he came to hl At tho southwest corner of Grant own ns king and ruler of the Bamanc- Park, near Michigan nvenuo and Park wato, and became at once so active In row, n cow will bo housed In It From promoting tho spread of Christianity tho barn tho cow will bo "rescued." nraong bis people that at length tho It is supposed to havo set lire to tho whole gTeat territory over which tit ruled came under its sway. shack by kicking over a lamp. Kama, now an aged man, but still When tho (lames aro well undor way a nro alarm will bo turned in. and the hnppy ruler of hit Christian sub-undor tho leadership of Flro Marsha! Jects. has recently held at Sorowc. his Scyferllch, a battalion of tho city's capital, a week of festival for his flro fighters will dash to tho scene Christian jubilee, attended by multl- from tho house at Michigan tudes of bis native subjects and by nvenuo and Fourteenth street and put many mission workers and dlatln- gulsbed wblto visitors from all parts out tho symbolic conflagration. of oouth Africa. After a great intll- Mllltla Take Charge. tary parade of the king's troops, Kama La Crosse, Wis. Two companies of within n rotlnuo of eight thousand mllltla, from Mnuston and Eau chunnas. attended n great thankeelr- Claire, took possession at Black Illvcr Ing service, where a multltudo of 12,. palls and aro guarding tho stricken 000 assembled, where official fcllcita- clty against looters, who have begun tlons wero presented, and whero a their work. Tho soldiers bad difficulty younger brother of the king, speaking keeping thousands of sightseers, who for tho whole nation, reviewed the flocked to the sccno, out of danger, great transformation for good that has owing to the undermined banks, on taken place In the tribal llfo and cut which the crowds Insisted on going, toms under Kama'a rule. Chief among There will probably be no effort mado the Rood results noted was tho cxclu- to rebuild tho business portion of the tlon of alcoholic drink from the land, city on tho old site, becanso the land The drink evil bad been In has been washed away and the rock- - their land, and while It waa not yet bed of the river which remains In tho entirely suppressed, tho traffic could new channel la too low for safety, nn longer flourish and waa mado II- legal. Kama himself made a striking oven It the channel It successfully address and warned his people against drink as "the great enemy of their I happlnesa and progress." Thanking the Another Peace Appeal. London. A Constantinople dlsnatch I white people for their friendship and to tho Dally Telegraph says that Tur- - nelp, 1)8 begged them to guard their key has made another appeal to the darker brothers of tho native race powers for mediation. Circular In-- from 'be destruction wrought through structlons have been Issued to the Ot- - ,he traffic In strong drink. Alcoholfo toman nrabassador at the courts of drink constitutes a menace of utmost the great powers, directing them to danger to Its users In cold climates solicit mediation of the powers for anJ bolds decidedly a similar menace the opening of peace negotiations on ,or those of warm climates whether the basis of tho maintenance of nifo. wnno or Dlack, man rights and a guarantee of Italian Interests. TOTAL ABSTINENCE IS BEST The Burning Barn and the Rescue Will Be a Most Fitting Spectacle to Celebrate the Big Chicago Fire of 11 Ile-tta- to well-knowLeo-tures In, ntl-tru- - telo-gra- bo-gu- n 3, fd L ogna Li '""""'7 "T" -- . 1 !,.. . , .: n'" 'fou " eat!-mat- I ,,"" iij . ... - " -- ' " -- ...... Jmv 'rnini. ( . IU i October 12, 1911 CAUSES OF PELI.AQRA. THE CITIZEN Epidemic Page Hum INTERSTATE GOMM SSON KENTUCKY SHIPPERS WILL BE OIVEN A HEARING IN LOU ISVILLE 800N. RELATIVE TO COMPLAINTS MADE Prevailing Mertly tain Counties. In Mourv Home BEAUTIFY THE Public-Spirite- ftallways and Bridge Companies Are Accused of Charging Excessive Rates on Coal and Lumber Com plainants Are Kentucky Firms. Washington, D. C Special Exam-- I nor Doyle, representing tho United States lnterstato commcrco coramls-slowill at Loulsvillo, Ky., hear at torneys representing lumber, coal and cotton seed companies, which haro complalnod to tho lnterstato com morco commission about tho alleged unfairness of rates charged by railroads. Tho complainants, with tho exception of Edward T. 8lldcr, of New Albany, Ind., aro Kentucky Arms. FARMERS' Danville. INSTITUTE. n, Oct. 13 and On Friday and Saturday, 14, the annual farmers' culture. will bo hold here under tho direction of tho commissioner of agri- One or mora delegates wilt bo choson at this meeting to attend tho State Farmers' Institute, which will bo held In Frankfort in January or February, 1912. LARGE WAREHOUSE BUILDING. Lexington. The report of tho invcS' ligation of pcllsgrl, whL'h was conducted unJec tho orders of tho sur goon general of tho United States ma rine hospital servico, at tho rcquost of tho stnte board of health, has just been made public. Tho report concludes with tho following data and statements: "In the consideration of tho wbolo scrlos of 140 cases somo generalizations can be mado which may be of intorosL Practically every case occurred In families In poor oconomlc circumstances and living under rather unhygienic conditions. On account of tho topography of the country the most sultablo locations for homes aro along tho streams, consequently a large percentage of tho inhabitants llvo along water courses. In evory where I was able to visit tho pellagrins at their homes I found them living within r00 or 600 yards from a stream. The quostion of diet was not gone Into thoroughly, but in every Instance whero I was able to mako inquiry regarding tho diet of the pellagrin it was learned that corn products had been ono of tho main articles of diet. "I was ablo to find only sixteen pellagrins who wcro then living at the homes at which thoy wcro living when they first noted the symptoms of tho disease. Upon Inquiry as to tho water supply In theso Instances it was found, with only one exceptions, to bo either surface water from branchoi or creeks or water taken directly from neighboring mountain spring." EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION. Tow BACK YARDS d FUNCTIONAL ETHICS By Rev. Clarence Greeley their frulu ye shall know NEWS fortfie A Good'JRe.ASoi YOUNG PEOPLE PANORAMA IN A CIGAR BOX TKXT-rinem.-H-iii. tr 7130. Shelbyvllla. A looso leaf tobacco market will bo established here. Tho contract for a steel building 100x180 feet, which will coat 110,000 nnd will bo completed by December 1, has been awarded. It will bo built on a lot Immediately adjoining a largo rcdrylng plant at tho Blojmfleld branch of the U & N. Tho slto was bought by popular subscription and given to the company. two-aer- o COSTLY FIRE AT PARIS. - Martins Fork Col Co.. Pinoville; capital $40,000; Incorporators: W. G. Transylvania will bo raced for tho Chclf, Ben F. Unthunk nnd If. II. Fu g 23d time. Always a great race, it son. Tho Hood Oil and Gas fo., Dlalne; noinlses to bn better than ever this year, with such trotting stars as It. T. capital $6,000; incorporators: II. II. C.',JI06, Stroller 2;054,Anvli2:0SVi, aamblll, J. J, Gnmbllt and J. M. Cyrus. Turner Oil and Gas Co., Pulntsvllle; A"rot Hal 2:07"4. King Ilrook 2:07Vi. Dorothy Hansboro 2;06M. Chatty Di- capital $1,000; incorporators: James rect, Gordon Todd, Iledlac, Jr., and W. Turner, ft. A. Patrick and U. M. Lexington. In tho rear of Curtis Henry & Co 'a grocery, Mnln and Fourteenth streets, gutted tho building and spread to tho yards of tho Bourbon Lumber Co. adjoining. The flro department after a stubborn fight got tho flro under con- resented. trol. Tho lumber company's loss Is CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE. about 110,000, with very little Insur Henry &. Co.'s loss Is about mice. $ 6.000. Whltcsburg. On the farmofBur-din- e Webb can bo seen an arplo troo ACCUSED OF MURDER. of unusual Interest. The trco was planted nearly seventy years ago by Paducah. Miss Pearl Matlock was Jason Webb, and for tho pnst sixty fatally wounded and her tnotbor was years has been a steady and continuklllod by someone firing through their ous bearer. This season, whoa thoubedroom window. Joo Canaday, to sands of young, vigorous trees failed whom Miss Matlock had been married to bear fruit, this old tree was laden and from whom shu was divorced, Is with a bountiful croj of the finest accused by her as tho assassin. Threo fruit bullets entered her body ns she slept, and Mrs. Matlock was shot and inSecretary of State has Issued tho stantly killed as she went to tho aid following articles of Incorporation: of hor daughter. Loan nnd Build Ing association: Newport; amended A MISCALCULATION. articles Increasing capital from 5100,-00to $200,000. Louisville. Joseph Schiller, so tho Hrummctt Liquor Co., Mlddlesboro; police say, In an effort to ovado his wife's wrath, when he arrived homo capital $2,000; Incorporators: II. L. Max Moyses and Leo nt 2:30 o'clock in tho morning, tried Drummott, to get In tho back way. He climbed Dlum. Dixon Presbyterian church, Dixon; n stairway at the rear of tho house. When half way up tho steps ho trip-po- Incorporators: John O. Jenkins, Ben fell and broke bis neck. Ho died Watson an U. S. Womack. Dluo Spot Towlni; Co, Paducah; half an hour later. capital $20,000; Incorporators: W. L. Hcrry, Al Horry nnd J. E. Bugg. THE FAMOUS TRANSYLVANIA. CUfton-Southgat0 d, Paris. Flro originating In a stable Carlisle Arrangements arc being mado for the mooting of tho first annual convention of tho Educational Association of the Ninth Congressional district, which Is to bo held In this city November 24 and 25. Tho program la now being prepared by Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, of Morchead. Tho mooting villi be the greatest gathering of educators over held In tho Ninth district, and all county superintendents, city superintendents, high school principals as well ns many tcachors and many prominent educators from all over tho Ninth district. and somo from various sections of tho state, will bo in attendance. Tho cities of Mnysvllle, Augusts, FIcmlngsburg, Ashland, Otvlngsvlllc, Sharpsburg. ML Olivet, Morchead and others of tho district will bo rep- The famous $5,000 Cheney. BATH COUNTY CENTENNIAL. Carlisle. Hath county is experiencing tho greatest tlmo In her history closing tho celebration of her centonnlal. Owlngsvllle, the county seat, has been thronged with the greatest crowds of pcojilo ever known there. Tho celebration has been a g for the natives and former residents of tho county who have moved to other counties nnd states, many of thorn coming to the county from a great dlstanco for the flrst time in years. home-comin- Hoss. Tho Prince Oil nnd Gas Co., capital $12,000; Incorporators: II. F. Prince. Colbert Cecil and A. C. Smith. TEACHER IN JAPAN. Hopklnsvllle. The Ilev, Milton L. pastor of tho Cumberland Presbyterian church, has resigned his charge and, accompanied by Mrs, Clemens, will leave for Japan. Ho has accepted u portion as teacher of Eng-llsIn the JapauvHe public school ut Clemens, h Osaka. STATUE OF GEN. MORGAN. Dlack bass are taking tho bait In hungry stylo In tho Kentucky river, and tlno strings are being caught on tho Woodford side of tho stream near tho mouth of Craig's creek. Tho recent rains havo freshened up the water a bit in tho upper portion of Pool No. 4, which Is responsible for bringing about favorable conditions for angling. Tho large mouth black bass is ono of tho earnest flsb that swims, and when an angler lands tno that weighs three or four pounds vlth a rod and lltfo ho has accomplished n feat that gives him n good excusn. for boasting Just n little. Tho mouth of October, and up until the middle of November, Is tho banner tlmo of the year for tho newllte, tho bass and the mongrel, the acknowledged heudllners In their class. THE NEW P08TOFFICE. Lexington. Cntlettsburg. Tho llnal nnd finishTho bronze statue of Gen. John II. Morgan, which will be ing touches aro being given to tho erected In the courthouse yard, has now government building, at Main and arrived from Brooklyn, N. Y., whero Broadway, and there is an assurance it was cast, and will be placed In po- that tho postmaster will move tho sition as soon as the pedestal, which there not later than the 15th of is now being erected, Is llnlHhcd. The October. Tho boxes nro all In and statue Itself weighs 0,00.0 pounds. about evorybody In town who hud Work will be pushed to complete boxes rented at the present postoftlco the task before tho unveiling, which building have taken tholr boxes at will be held on October 18. Work has tho now place. Theio has bjen n real begun putting the granite base In place scramblo amoug the patrons of tho In readiness for the statue. for choice of tho boxes. of-llc- o of-llc-o As Schopenhauer thought, tho solu tion of life Is not for us In far off Well, boys, who wants to make a Isles of the blessed; we are born for Whoever does so, Just Tho residents of tho 2100 block of tho world of manly business, task, vo- panorama! empty cigar box and St Paul street have formed an asso- cation, function ethically known by get anthings, as stated below, a few other and ciation for tho purposo of creating our fruits. Right function is progressive ac start In. Cut a square hole in the Interest In tho bcautincatlon of back yards. The object Is a worthy one, tion. True moral life Is like the heart middle of the top of the box and with for a number of reasons, as the Sun pulsation; it ends one beat only to be muscllage and paper fasten a squaro ffm .in, &64ff? has often pointed out. The planting gin another. The twentieth century. piece of glass under IL From an old of flowers or the cultivation of grassy philosopher or preacher of ethics must curtain roller cut two rollers tho .iS'dt hA-- d --X spots In back yards not only beautifies be something of a naturalist to reallzo width of the cigar box, and Into ono them, but It Is the means of having that the functions of the yearning, end of each drive a wire crank. Into 1 'CelVJ them kept In a clean and sanitary con- struggling will are deacrlbable only in the opposite end of each drive a brad dition. As one roform leads to an terms of experience: and the human for an axle. From another round other, the conversion of the back yard mind, with Its moral truth or aver wooden rod cut two other rollers of -fffg Into a thing of beauty wjll. In its tarn ments, have grown through countless the saxne length, but of smaller diameter, and drlvo a small brad in the Dinrtev-0i- f carelessly kept garbage tgos. banish the The eighteenth century rationalism, center of each end for an axle. Those bucket, with Its dlsagreoable odors and swarms of files. The elimination like the melleval dogmatism, and the rollers project up through tho top of of the unsightly board fences will Greek Idealism, looked upon the moral the box with their brad axles resting BOY WITH A BUSINESS BUMP make not only for beauty, but In tho world, not as dynamic or functional, In small notches cut in the top edge end for economy and safety. The but static. The nineteenth centnry of the sides. Slots must bo cut crossboard fence, like our old friend, Char- thinkers since Darwin agreed on the wise In the top of tho box, of course, Minneapolis Lad Picks Up Neat Sum of Money by Establishing Profitity, covers a multitude of sins. The transformation of species which had to allow the rollers to project up able Bakery Route. time may come when we may be, in been regarded alnce Aristotle, as fixed through, as shown in the drawings. the present derogatory sense, a back- - and final In form onco for all. Men of Directly under the smaller rollers at Robert Stuart la a Minneapolis boy. s city, the rationalistic eighteenth century each end cut slots as shown, In which yardless and a or, at all events, when the back of had much to say of the dignity of the axles of the lower rollers run, be- Last summer he very much wanted to tho house shall be Its front In point changeless essential man from the ing allowed an upward and downward earn some money of bis own. He movement A strip of cloth tho width thought of all the schemes that he of beauty and attractiveness, and savage up to Shakespeare. But the nineteenth century proved of the rollers and of a length to suit ever had heard of and then he started when the householder will point with more pride to her little plot of ground that human nature is more like on the maker Is filled with pictures past- an entirely new one. He went to Mr. there than to her parlor overlooking organism, not permanent in its struc ed on one side, all tho samo side up. Townsend, who had Just opened a bakery In Hennepin avenue, and said ture, but capablo of progress or retro the street Baltimore Sun. that If he was supplied with a horse physical, gression, as the outcome-oand wagon he thought he could get up mental and moral growth of the raco BIRDS MUST BE PROTECTED for moro a profitable route of customers. Mr. than 10,000 years; and its Townsend was a little doubtful of Robmoral dignity Is that of untold ages of Evils That Have Followed In the Train suffering, ert's ability, but ho said that he would survival, failure, victory, give Robert a commission on all the of Promiscuous Slaughter of progress. customers ho could. get So Robert Feathered Creatures. Henco the twentieth century preach' started out and mado a thorough canor or teacher of ethics should know Tho reciprocal relations between our new physiology vass of the neighborhood and he soon the science of different departments of nature is a functions. found nearly thirty families that subject worthy of deep study, for agreed to take Mr. Townscnd's goods Our new psychology Is called func through such Involuntary if they were delivered promptly. So tional; our new logic U called func there come results of great economic tional; our new philosophy Is really Robert got up overy morning at flvo value to our race: Promiscuous kill functional; o'clock and, mounted on his wheel, he there Is even a functional Ing of birds allows Insect pests to de would take a big basket of bread and theology; tbclr truth not sicklied o'er stroy both forest and orchard, whllo with the pale cast of thought, but buns and deliver them to his customers. The basket was firmly fastened the slaughter of forests and trees in vital with the pulse beat of life. Theregeneral results In lessening the multi- fore, I venture, to tho handlebars of his machine. Ho somewhat timidly, on plication of birds becauso of lack of was so prompt and pleasant that his June C, before the Fellowship club customers increased to fifty and then Cigar-Boshelter zsi natural surroundings. Panorama. In this city, to speak on "Functional ho could not carry all of the bread In John Davey, now traveling over the Ethics, a term I had not soen in and this strip Is wound smoothly and a basket So ho bought a llttlo Iron country In the Interests of the Refor print, and Professor Tufts of the Unl evenly around one of tho large rollers, wagon nnd fitted a large basket insldo estation Band of America, says: verslty of Chicago gives assurance which Is then placed In position, with "Ono hundred million dollars yearly wheel. that no work has ever appeared, to the smaller rollers over it. The lower of it This be tied behind hisbe seen Is tho price wo pay for the activities Almost any morning he can his knowledge, under that title. rollers are always kept pressed spinning along tho streets with the of the tree butcher. The decrease In I do not seek, however, to corner against each other by two tin pieces bread wagon rattling along behind him. tho number of native song birds has functional ethics quite tho reverse-- but and a rubber band on each side, as resulted In the elimination of trees would deflno tho subject In part, shown In the middle figure, the tin from cities nnd towns, Tho band pur poses to Interest the children of Can as we follow the rough Bahnpfahl pieces being cut with a stout pair of ada and thlB country in tho culture of (new track) I am trying to blaze in scissors from a tin can. The rubber Tho ethics fastens over a hook on the tin piece. trees, and tho protection of useful na tho woods, as follows: tlve birds, In this wny wo are pre- that associates Itself with the func- The cloth band Is fastened to the rol paring a moro effective plan for the tions of the body growing ont of lers at either end with glue or small restoration of the forests than could those and of society and the Concep tacks, so that when tho crank Is turned It unwinds from ono onto the bo effected by tho setting asldo of 100 tions underlying. The Importance of this methcJ (not other, the pictures passing by the forest reservations." system) Is felt not only by conserva glass in order. tlvo Christians who, as over against Leaves Purify Air. mere rationalistic creeds, have a pre It has been calculated that a single sentiment that Christ's ethical way RAINBOW AN IDLE BOASTER trco is ablo through Its leaves to puri- was functional Instead- - of crcdal oi fy tho air from the carbonic acid methaphyslcal; but as a modo of Like Many Vain and Conceited Folks arising from tho perspiration of a con- thinking, functlonallsm was also tho It Had Forgotten by Whose Favor siderable number of men, perhaps It Was Possible. only ultimate defence of Protestant dozen or even more. Not only ism against the papacy. The volumo of carbonic acid ex conservative Christians, as contrasted was rainbow A most beautiful haled by a human being In tho course with rationalistic, feel this Influence lighting up the skies. Gold, crimson, of 24 hours Is put at about 100 gal- of the Zeitgeist, but Professor Fostor, purple, every lovely tint, was comlons; but by Bousslngault's estimate, o. g., a somowbat different type fa- prised In Its arch, from the deepest to a single square yard of the .most delicate hues. life sciences miliar with counting both the upper and under afflrma that one corner stone of twen Every one admired It most of al) Delivering Bread. can, under favor- tieth century morality Is In our hu It admired itself. sides of the leaves, way Robert, although he It at man struggle for able circumstances, decompose "I am handsome," It said, "more In this a least a gallon of carbonic acid In a principle Inexplicable In all activity beautiful, far handsomer, than the only thlrteenyears old, has worked up day. One hundred square yards of which we call life. The point we are sun, for bright as he Is he has but one a good business, he is making money and Mr. Townsend never would think then would suffice to making Is this: Tho ethics of. the color, and I have many." keep tho air pure for one man, but twentieth century will not be rational Tho monarch of the skies heard this of parting with his services. the leaves of a tree of moderate bIio istic but functional; and this fact Is boast and smiled a quiet smile. Then present a surfaco of many hundred largely tho fruit of our now or modern hiding his beams In a cloud, ho con- CATS AS CHILDREN'S PETS squaro yards. Scientific American. cealed himself for an Instant- biology. Where was the rainbow? The Importance of this fact Is ob Veterinarian Says There Are Almost It had disappeared. It had forgot vious when we reflect that even the Parks Lessen Fire Risks. as Many Intelligent Felines as with tho parks and rennnlssance largely Ignored common ten that only by the reflection of the In connection Dogs One to Select. growth it should lite (which Henry Drummond defines sun could t exist And so It Is with the city's prospective "cul- vain and conceited folks who forget a as functions); and the be pointed out that the parka have "Many claim that cats have no inflro Insurance value. This Is a fact ture" of that period denied to ordin by whoso favor they live, whoso band telligence, that they care as much for which, seldom taken Into account, Is ary human nature the capacity to de has made them prosperous and by one1' person as for another," said a nevertheless, apparent on a moment's velop organs and functions, not only whose graco alono they are permitted woman veterinarian, who has made reflection. No greater fire barrier can for Its own preservation but develop to enjoy those gifts, the possession of the care of cats a special study for which makes them conceited and number of years. be made, Invented .or built, than a ment. Under the gradual Influence of our proud. wide stretch of park land. The danger "I have found that there are almost of conflagration Is lessened. This was new biology there Is more and more a as many Intelligent cats as dogs, "ft great San tendency to look for true goods In the distinctly proven In the DIRECTION COUNTS. that they aro about a faithful as the Francisco fire where flames stopped normal development of the vital funcaverage human being. If one wants nature-men- tal, short nt the edge of parkways. In tions which constitute man's good house cits they must be brought moral and spiritual, as well Baltimore one or two parks would up from kittens. Never try to train have paid for themsolves during that as physical and economic. grown cats, and do not adopt tramp A basis of functional ethics in our city's unfortunate conflagration. cats, for they are Impossible, as far new biology may bo thus set forth: as training goes." When the organism modifies Its activAsked about the kind of cat that School Gardens In 8ummer. would make the best household pet, drawback to ufanaglng ity or its structure in response to Th modificaconditions, those the woman said: school gardens comes from the ab- changed functional adapata-rions- . "In choosing a kitten, choose one sence of the teacher and pupils during tions are called not press the analWe would with a wide, flat nose; eyes wide nart of the summer season. Some ogy of colonies of ants and bees to apart, and a wide fore'head and Jaw one will be needed near each school society too far. But we may the muzzle not too long. This will who will assumo the caro of tho gar- - human hjology of lower individuals be an Intelligent cat As soon as kit dim durine the vacation and who will learn from attempt to preserve tens have learned to lap milk they consult with the teacher when there that each should progress, and, if It promote may be taken from their mother. A Is a chaugo from one teacher to an itself, be a member of a higher community. healthy kitten should become a other. of others It should act in the Interests healthy cat, but if he should get sick group; that it Its funand the whole let him alone and especially do not Clean Vacant Lots Now. task, vocation, function. coax blm to eat" Weds are now Kolng to seed, and U damental Bathing a cat, when parasites exist. The practical application of biolog cut down and burned at this tlmo the ical fruits to the derivation or ethics, Uncle How far Is tho baseball should bo avoided, says this veterina seeds will be destroyed and a much not from Imaginary standards In by grounds from hero? rian, as wuter Is net natural for a cat less crop spring up next year, to say gone unscientific ages, but from lire Tommy About five minutes' walk "It Is a wise plan for children to nnthlm- - nf thit lessened amount of get tbore and fifteen to get back. tasks in laboratory, have pets to play with," she says, over the gardens functions and school and church us to weed seeds scattered shop, "home, "and ono of the most satisfactory pets of tho neighborhood. well urgent social topics of the time Is a kitten." Hymn (Him) Book. merely the teaching Is obvious, not Papa "Charley, please hand me Precautionary. of necenlary truth, too long fatally Freckles. Agent You want your house wired neglected, concerning race, sex, pro that book on the table there." Charley (aged nine) "There be Is, papa." Tiny Mamie, on seeing a coach dogr for burglars? creation, heredity cud all "the real Papa "No, my son; you should uot for the first time, called excitedly to Mrs. Knlckor Yes; and I don't earthly nature of body ana say. Thero he Is. but 'it Is.' " Charley her mother: "Mamma, mamma, comet want any woman to steal my husbaui' lOUl." troubled "Why, papa. It's a hymn book, Isn't see this big dog, all over thick whllo I am away. Citizens Have Formed an Organization for of Baltimore Any Handy Boy, With Few Odd Trlnk-ets, Can Easily Arrange Amusing Little Picture Show. the Purpose. If ich tftf fore trier? gev i" board-feanceles- f x e ur fl Page Four. THE CITIZEN. October la, 191 1. The new walking shoe In Tan or Dull Calf Nothing could be more appropriate with your new suit. Let us show you your $ht in one of these fashionable models. You will be as pleased with the appearance of your foot as you will with the wonderful Red Cross comfort. tan BfBBBBBBBBBBaBBW 'W r7 y I IT 1 W. 1 iaf R. H. CHRISM AN Undertaking and Embalming A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies. SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. E. F. COYLE You pay Day Hione 26 46TH STATE S, S. CONVENTION NEWS Nldbt 46 less. .or get more OF THE WEEK Contlnuol from firt pRf H. Fire, Life and Accident Mr. Levi Barron and wife, Mr. o William Kindred and wife and J. C. o Raker and wife visited their sister a and brother at Brodhead, last week. o The author of tho poem on our back Mr. FROM A a Is on page, Berea Edmund Vance Cook, NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED Lyceum course tho VARIETY OF SOURCES a year and will give readings from this o his own writings in tho College Chapel, SoaoaoaoaooaoeoaoaoaoaoaooaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoB Dec. 6th. Mr. Forrest Hill was In Berea la3t Born to tho wife of Tommlo allweek. ien, a daughter, Oct. 2nd. Tho Misses Stella and Mao CampMr. Levi Barron and wlfo left, bell, accompanied by Mrs. L. A Pet-tu- s, Wednesday, for their homo In Adriwent to Crab Orchard, Saturday, an, Missouri, after a pleasant CITT rjIONK 163 visit and returned, Monday. with brothers and sisters and a host OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE Mrs. A. E. Hart and little son, Ford, of other friends In Kentucky. of Cleveland, Ohio, came last week Mr. E. Frank Fowler, an old BeBRECK DAN to visit with Mrs. W. H. Blcknell. rea student who graduated from TranMr. J. P. Blcknell made a business sylvania University with the degree ooaoaooaooaoaooaoooaoooooooaoaoaoaoooo a LOCAL PAGE DR. BEST, DENTIST Insurance Richmond, Ky. Phone 505 10:C5 p. m. 7:00 a. m. 3:52 a. m. 1:01 p. m. BEREA 7:45 a. sx. C:30 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound Local C:30 a- - m. 8:15 p. m. Cincinnati I. & N. TIME TABLE. North Bound Local Knoxvlllo BEREA Knoxvillft 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. 6:55 p. m. 5:50 a. m. Express Trains Stop to take on and let off passengers from beyond Dayton, O., or from Atlanta and boyond. South Bound S:00 a. xn. Cincinnati BEREA. 11:41 a. m. North Bound 4:4G p. m. BEREA 8:37 p. m. Cincinnati Rogers, returned Missionary from India, under the Presbyterian Board, will speak at the Union Church prayer meeting, Thursday evening. Miss Etta Mooro, who is a teacher In the high school at Brodhead, was at home over Sunday. Mr. B. II. Gabbard was in Louisville at the first of the week. Rev. W. P. Wllks, who has been conducting a very successful revival meeting at Albany, Ky., come home last week. Mrs. Wllks and baby also returned after a visit with Dr. Powell In Louisville. Mrs. Hardin Golden who has been visiting at the homo of her son, Will, in Lexington for several days came home this week. We ore showing all the new styles in long coats. Prices on children's coats $1.75 up. Misses' coats $2.u0 up. Women's coats $4.00 up. Mrs. S. It. Baker. Mr. James Bales who llTes in South Dakota, spent a few days of last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Balos of this place. Nora, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Green Hill, was qulto sick last week with tonsllltis. Mrs. Sallle Isaacs and daughter from Jackson County have been visiting Mrs. L. C. Gabbard, a sister of Mrs. Isaacs. First class and up to data Restaurant, on corner of Main and Center Streets. Fresh cakes, pies, bread, can-dland fruits of all kinds, every day. Call and get your money's worth. J. 8. Gott. Miss trip to Harlan, Thursday, returning, Tuesday. Mrs. Will Duncan who has been away for the past few weeks returned, Friday. Mr. B. Harris is at home this week. Tho Misses Gauffon who aro hero In school aro being visited by their brother. Miss Anulo B. Murray's New York address is Neighborhood House, 221 Spring Street. Miss Martha J. Click, Head nurao at the Hospital, returned from a short trip in northern Ohio, a few days ago, where she visited Hosplt als In Oberlin, Lorain, Elyrla and Cleveland. She found the Hospitals much larger of course but sho thinks they aro giving no better ser vice than the Berea Hospital. We have just opened a complete suits. stock of Ladles' Tailor-mad- e Prices ranging from $5.25 to $18.00. Mrs. S. R. Baker. Dr. John Bascom, of Williams College, some time president of Wisconsin State University, a great original thinker on many important subfriend of Berea jects, and a College, died at his home In Williams- town, Mass., Oct. 3, at the age 0! life-lon- g Tho politicians are beginning to speculate as to who shall manago Mr. and securing credentials. Report at Taft's campaign for reelection next an ordinary hearer has great misgiv- onco to tho president or secretary, year. It Is said that Sceretary Hitchings over tho arguments advanced for cock does not want tho job. Mr. lintho undersigned. woman suffrage. J. G. Crabbe, County Prcstdeut. ks has been mentioned for tho place True to Its name, tho society preWalter Q. Park, Co. Secretary. but Collector Locb Is thought to bo d debate, which sented a the most suitable. great interest, though tho NOT ORTHODOX HUT ALLIUGHT of L L. B. iast June, Is Instructor attracted Y. M. 0. A, NOTES not heard In all parts Mr. Edison, arriving In Now YoriC In Grammar and Law and has charge speakers wero of tho houso. It deserved a better from his vacation tour of Europe, of the athletics at L. M. U. On Thursday night, Oct. 6th. twenty-ttald that ho was so glad to get homo Mrs. W. C. Hunt who has been ill hearing and a larger audience. The Ulblo Study Classes with a that he wanted to kiss tho Status tho past week was taken to the Hos- music was thoroughly good, and tho wo pital, Tuesday, to receive special other parts well sustained. Hurrah total enrollment of 213 men met In of Liberty In tho harbor. If he for Phi Delta! tho various dormitories during thi doesn't bellflvo as some of tho ortho treatment from the doctor. vesper hour. Four different courses dox would like to havo him, ho Is are offered the men of tho Institu- a good American. tion and every man already nut in FOR SALE u class should Join one and havo a part In this forward movement. From 20 Farms In Lincoln and Garrard comparison with former years the counties. CO to 1,100 acres. Prlco $10 total enrollment for tho year 1311-1- 2 to $S0 per acre. bids fair to reach U10 500 mark. J. R. Edmlston, Crab Orchard, Ky. Tho membership of tho Y. M. C. A. has gone beyond all previous reFOR SALE cords, 287 men being In tho organlt-atlo- n Barred Rock pullets and cocker on Sunday night, Oct. Sth. As day horao rai, els, 50 cents each. Crystal Whlto a result of tho 5 four-hande- For the honor of Madison bounty, It Is earnestly desired that a larqo delegation of Sunday School workers attend tho Annual State Convention of tho Kentucky Sunday School AssoPHI DELTA ANNIVERSARY ciation. Louisville, Oct. 10, 20, 21, 22. Evory school Is entitled to ono dclo-gaWo aro reminded of Berea's antifor each 100 of Its enrollment, quity, antedating tho Civil War, when and In addition to havo prlvllcgo of wo think of tho Phi Delta Society. bending Superintendent and Pastor. If What a long history It 1st any school desires more delegates, Tho young men representing tho so- special arrangements may bo ruado ciety at tho anniversary this year to send them. Each enrolled delegate themselves well. Tho lntrod-ic-ttrwill bo given entertainment for lodgaddress by tho presiding offlcir ing and breakfast. Reduced rates was Impressive, and Mr. Mayfleld'3 on all railroads. Let overy Superintenarticle on "Southern Education" em- dent, Pastor and Secretary attend inently sound. Mr. Elmer Gabbard to tho matter of selecting delegates spoko with his usual eloquence, though to to uso thera In any way. tempted When tho practlco Is put thus heavily under tho ban of tho law thcro must bo an awakening to tho foolishness and seriousness of tho wero custom. Would that the law In tho Kentucky ao well as tho N. Statutes. TAFT STILL I.V THE WEST President Taft is still on his west' crn trip and has now reached tho Pacific coast Ho seems not to find any lock of Interesting topics for discussion, nnd Is everywhere met with enthusiastic good wilt. Y. TO MANAGE CAMPAIGN SH3 13M ApoqjaAg; J9jv S3iui 2 wero added by Saturday night. Floyd Loggans covor-c- u by himself with undying glory bringing In 43 now men, while Samuel Rico was a close, second with I" men. Unless something close, akin to tho a flood or earthquake occurs membership will total 325 at tho closo of tho present week. Citizens of Berea and vicinity am 521 new members bo congratulated on their opportunity to see and hear many notable speakers at the- State Ulblo and Mission Institute of the V. M. C. A. which will bo held in Berea, October A three day program will bo tc- 21-2- Orpington cockerels, $1.00 each. Mrs. James W. Fowler, R. 1. Box 50, Ucrea, Ky. LAND FORSALE AT KINGSTON Nice little, farm, C2 2 acres, dwel ling and barn, overlastlng spring and fine water, 40 acres In grass, will bring good blue grass, well located. Prlco $2,400, cash or liberal terms. A. P. Settle, Jr.. Kingston, Ky. eighty-fou- r. Arthur M. Flanery, who is teaching agriculture at Brevard Institute, Brevard, N. C, finds the new position a useful and pleasant one, and is practicing the Berea methods with great success In that new and grow ing institution. One. student from Brevard Institute Is already in Berea, and others who are to graduate nest year are planning to come. Mr. J. D. Clarkston and wife from SIdell, Clay County, have moved into the house recently vacated by Mr. Hudson on Richmond Street Thsy have purchased Mr. Wm. Isaacs' stock of goods and will carry on the business at his old stand. Dr. J. A. Mahaffey of Sturgeon, Owsley County, was in town, Wednes day, visiting his son who Is a stu dent here in the Academy. Rev. Dr. J. F. Cheek, synodical given, composed of conferences, tak- Red Cross Flour, 65 cents. Every Sack Guaranteed Look Then up side down And you'll see why He lost his frown. at this right ing up vital problems, discussions and Inspiring platform addresses. A faculty 9 twelve men, experts in their lines and a delegation of fifty men from the various colleges In Kentucky will bo entertained. TATUM'S Yes, Sir, it's Time to Select Your New Fall Clothes With a magnificent stock of new Fall garments, plenty of room to show them, and the excellent service for our customers, that this clothing store offers, the selecting of new Fall bright clothes becomes a pleasure. up-to-da- te WEDDING PRESENTS The Finest Line of Wedding Rings Ever Shown in Berea in SterlGold, Gold-filleing Silvc, Cut Glass d, Ubc IRachet Store ENGRAVING FREE superintendent of the Presbyterian Churches of Kentucky, was a guest at Doone Tavern this week, being Interested u some of our students who are candidates for tho ministry. Miss Rogers, who is one of the lady secretaries of tho Presbyterian a Mission Foreign Board, is guest at tho Tavern, and addressed the Women's Missionary Society of the Union Church at the President's House on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Hudson and Mr. Morton report a pleasant visit with Dr. Hub-bel- l, President of tho Lincoln Memorial University, formorly VIco President of Berea College, on Saturday afternoon, last, when Dr. Ilubbell showed them over tho grounds of the school at Cumberland Gap. Mr. Elden. Baker and son, Dr. Baker, spent the night with J. C. Baker before they left for their home. We have In our warehouse five tons of Globe Fertilizer which we will sell at reduced price. RII0DUS & HAYES We are Showing an Especially Fine Line of Suits for Young Men Styles full of "Dash" and "Go" $8.50 to $20.00 The coming of Fall brings thoughts of various clothes needs. Permit us to suggest that it is an excellent plan to make your selections of shirts, underwear, shoes, hosiery, hats, caps, etc., for your Fall and Winter needs now. RHODUS Main C& HAYES , THE QUALITY S10RE Street Berea, Kentucky I October 12, ion. THE CITIZEN. Page Five. TALK IS CHEAP moneys. But when it you have to see them to appreciate the excellence of quality, variety and quantity as for the prices they tell So of these goods put into newspaper space it costs we will save our talk about the details is Ninety Pays Only WATCH THE BIG SALE A $35 Range Stove Free! WEIGHT is a Difference Three costly Ladies' Dresses Free! $20 SiuYFree! 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. Brass beds with 2 inch post, $10.00. With a 45 lb. felt mattress to fit it at $5.00 each. $325.00 Pianos at agent's price for $200.00 on liberal terms. 9x12 Axminster rugs $15.00, 9x12 Brussels rug $10.00. 9x12 seamless velvets $20.00, 36x72 velvets $3.00. All 25c. QUALITY is a Difference PRICE is a Difference We believe all give weight, but as to quality and price we ask you to examine all lines in Berea and when you examine ours we feel confident of a share of your businessi MENS' SUITS LATEST STYLES Ladiei Shoes 99 cts. hP. Mens' All Leather Shoes $1.25 up. $18 Suits $15; $15 Suits $12 - 40c Heavy Underwear $12 " $10; $10 " $7.50 - - - 39c OVERCOATS ALL GRADES Work Shirts Flour Best Patent Flow 50cb. 60, 65 cts. Cone, be good, take ia tie tow !. A COUNTRY STORE IN TOWN R. J. ENGLE, SERVICES IN OUR OWN STATE (Continued from first mattings 20c. RANGIiS $15.00, $1 7.50, $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 WireCo's. field fence 25c. per rod. ROOFING, heaviest quality v crimp 28 guage painted, $2.00 per square. " " """ " " galvanized, $3.25 per square. lor wneat, good, 90c. per nunureo. Best, $1.30 per hundred. Other bargains by the score. P All 30c. mattings 25c. Phone 60 EVANGELISTIC Berea, Ky. I. 1 1 See "THE FURNITURE MAN" Order for Election for Graded School talnlng a Graded Common School Dls- jtrlct on the lot now occupied by tho Madison County Court In ro pell- - present public school In IJerca, nnd tlon Q. D. Holllday and others to for erecting, purchasing, or repairing fix boundary of proposed CJraded sultablo buildings for said purpose School District.. In tho tonn 'therein, and for any and all otherg w ... ... of Hcroa, and certain adjoining tern necessary Incidental expenses to carry-luon and conducting a first class tory, for an election therein. Ordor for election as to Graded Graded Common School at Berea, Madison County, Kentucky. School District It Is further ordered that Bald clecbeing upon tho dock- U ct this' ""day and It appearing that ducting to flvo trustoes for the propos mnrn than ten local voters who aro School District, bald taxpayers In tho proposed district ud Common elected to bo divided trustoes when of Madison County, Kentucky, havo Into thrco classes in accordance with petitioned this Court to fix thi Kentucky Statutes, Section 4471 and boundary of tho proposed Graded HG3. Common School District, and to orTho sheriff of Madison County der an olectlou to ostabllsh a Graded Common School, and It further shall havu this order published In that said petition is ap Tho Citizen, a newspaper published l.roved by tho County Hoard of Edit In Ilorca, Kentucky, for at least tueir cation nnd the Superintendent oi , ly nays ucioro tno election ana Schools of Madison County, tlso tho name by printed hand bills, and It further appearing that no part posted In flvo conspicuous places In proposed Common Graded of tho boundary of said proiosod said Graded Common School District will School District, for tho same length ono halt miles of time, and shall havo tho advcrtlsu-frobo inoro than two and tho school house, tho Court bo- - I ment inserted and notices herein prolog udvlsed. It Is considered and ad- - vlded for tested within ten days and hereby ordered that tho tcr ho receives this order, and at least following boundaries shall bo spread twenty days before tho election. upon tho order book of this Court ( gald sheriff Bhall appoint a Judge as tho boundaries of tue proposed nnd a clerk of said election, who shall Graded Common School District uiko aim suuscnoe 10 an oaiu .or of their faithful performance DoKlnnlng at a poiut on tho Wnl- ltixoiim nikit where tno airi roau duties, ou tho day sot npart for tho to Possum Kingdom leaves tho plko- election, tho officers shall open a to each propound and about tho corner of tho old Hu- poll and shall vote, tho question, to who lett farm; thenco a straight lino road i voter you may against tho Graded "Aro for or a culvert In tho West Uulon - Common School taxi" and his vote In front of Laura Speuco's houso. Instraight lino shall bo recorded for or against tho eluding same, thouco a to tho point where tho Slato Lick samo as ho may direct, Said election officers shall also road runs under tho railroad brldgo so as to Includo J. M. Shell; thenco-- ' hold an election at tho samo tlnio and up a branch to tho head of Losllck place and by tho samo persons who Hollow, Including Judgo Lunsford's vote at the election for tho tax to olect a board of trustees of said pro-to- r houso; thenco a straight lino to Cenof a low gap a little south of oged Graded School District and tho Leo's Knob; thonco a straight lino five porsous receiving tho highest to tho brldgo In Scaffold Cano pike number of votes shall bo declared over tho waters of Silver Creek near I ejected trustees, y. shacklcford, tho fork of said creek at tho corner of J, F. Browning's nnd Thomas Dough- - 'judge. Madison County Court, Including J. F. Brown- - I erty's farms. I Blcltncll's farm; Sct. near thZnen down Sllvc? Creek and Its 1. U. B. Terrlll, cleric of tho Madimeanders to tho houso of Noel Mitchell.. oxeludlnK It; thonco a straight son Couuty Court, do hereby certify Mm tofthe houso of John Johnsou that the foregoing Is a truo and comIncluding It;' thenco a straight line plete copy of order of election ento! tlio reldouco of E. T. Fish In- tered In the case of 0. D. Holllday cluding 1U thonco a straight lino to and othors ou petition for Graded Including B. S. Terrlll School as Is filed In my offlco In 4fth .1 residences south of said line. tho papers In tho above styled action, And it Is further ordered that tho Witness my hand this 4th day of sheriff of Madison County do hold October. 1311. II. U. Torrui, uierK, on tho 18th day of November, 1311, By D. Tovls Huguoly, D. C. at tho school houso In Borea, Madison In obodienco to the foregoing or County, Kentucky, between tho hours of 6 a. m. and 4 p. m. an election for dor and judgment of tho Madison and tho purpose of taking tho sense of Couuty Court, I havo caused tho legal white, votors within tho directed tho publication of tho foregoing as therein directed, and I or abovo doscrlbed boundaries constituting tho proposed graded Common ono of my deputies will on tho ISth School District uion tho proposition day of November, 1311, open a poll at tho prosent Common School buildwhether or not Uiey aro for or tho annual Graded Common ing In tho city of Berea, Kentucky, School Ux In tho Bum of thirty between tho hours of G a. in. and 4 flvo cents ou each $100 of tho pro- p. m. so that tho legal whlto voperty assessed within tho abovo des- tors In tho territory described may cribed boundaries and belonging to voto on the question submitted and whtto voters or corporations and In I hereby appoint Len. Hoskins, Judge addition thereto an annual poll tax ami W, C. Kngle, clerk of laid election. of $1.50 per capita on each white Given under my hand this 6th malo inhabitant over twenty-ou- o day of October, 1911 years of ago residing In said proD. A. McCord, posed Graded Common School DisSheriff of Madison County. I npiM-arlnnuver-Common m Evangelists S. P. Martin and W. C. Hoof aro assisting Pastor Wilks in a sorlcs of revival services at tho Baptist church. Good interest Is being manifested in tho very beginning. Tho moeUngs begin at 10:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. every day. A cordial Invitation Is extended to all. A special servlco for young people will bo held noxt Sunday at 3:00 p. m. G, E. CONVENTION 3 Kev. V. P. Wilks reporls a good meeting with tho Baptist church In thlrty-on- o o Tho Christian Endeavor Albany, Ky. There were to tho Baptist church, while ConvcnUon was held this year at additions meeting unShawnee, Tenn., on Friday, Saturday several converted In the ited with tho other churches of tho and Sunday, October C, 7, and Sth. Each session was Interesting and In- town. spiring, and thoso who attended KY. LIBRARY ASSOCIATION that this convention was tho (Coiitlnucd from firil page. best Uiat has ever been held In tho , Libra twenty years durtsg which tho organlr-- j Association, Mr. Win. F. Yu-ithas been nctlvo in Virginia, rlan of tho Louisville Public Library, atlon Tennessee and Kentucky. Ono of who then Introduced Prof McHenry tho fcatlircs of tho program was a Bhodes, supervisor of High Schools of series of addresses on Saturday morn- tho State University, who spoko on ing on tho various phases of C. E. "The New Plans and Tendencies la work, particularly on tho work of Secondary Education." Ho emphasiztho Social and Outlook Committees ed the common effort of tho High nnd on tho Influence and effects of Schools and Libraries In developing tho Christian Endeavor Society on nnd Inspiring tho young people Mr. Rhodes was followed by Prof. tho home and tho community. On Sunday afternoon threo of tho mem- Ralne of the College, who spoko on bers of tho Faculty of tho Llncotn "Tho Librarian and tho Poet." Prof. University delivered ad- Balne's address was a masterpiece Memorial dresses, tho subjects of which were which had to bo heard to be fully gave several read"Tho Origin and History of sonio appreciated. He 0( our well , .Known Hymns," Tho ings, concerning one of which ho said hid.. Tho Chris-th- o that Its beauty would have been f ConsecratIon ' "an Endeavor as a factor in tho den from him had his attention not or i;uizcnsntp, anu been called to It by a friend this as uovoiopmom "Why Study tho Bible?" All of these Illustrating tho mission of the libraho Bald, "la addresses were thoughtfully and care- rian. "Tho Librarian," more than a custodian of books. Ho fully prepared and contained much great men and events of that was Interesting and Inspiring. knows tho all time, and it Is hU mission to Sunday morning tho Juniors from common property." Ho tho Orphan's Homo at Cumberland mako them reading Gap held one of their usual meetings, emphasized tho value of and suggested a new avenue of giving tho delegates a chanco to Carneglo that seo Just what tho Junior work is benevolenco for Mr. librawas one ho build assembly rooms to his doing tho This R. H. CHRISMAN. TR1-STA- Bible College as Professor or President for nearly half a century. Ills pjt) life has had a marked Influenco upon FIRE PREVENTION DAY tho educational and religious history Govornor Wlllson Issued a proclama- of the state. tion Oct. 7th designating Oct. Sth as ARBOR. DAY flro prevention day. Upon that day Governor Wlllson has designated all persons were called upon to take Friday, October 27th, as Arbor Day precautions against flro by tho re- and In his proclamation urges all moval of rubbish and tho examination citizens to take this opportunity of of flues, etc.. In preparation for win- beautifying their surroundings by ter fires. If they did not do It on the observing tho day. Every ono should Sth, It Is not too late, unless tho flro assist In Improving tho homo and tho town by the proper observance ot the has already occurred. PROSPEROUS YEAR FOR L. & N. day. FOR SALE Trl-Stat- At a rceent meeting of the stockholders of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company In Louisville, It was reported that tho gross revenues of the company were tho greatest In tho history of tho road, and the Increase over tho previous year was doclared to be moro than a million and a half. However, it was shown that tho net earnings had fallen' off owing to very heavy operating expen ses. NOTED EDUCATOR DIES Doctor J. W. M'Garvey, President of the Bible College of Lexington, Ky., died after a very sort Illness, Saturday, and was burled In the Lexington Cemetery, Monday. Doctor M'par-ve- y has been connected with the acres ot land bordorln? Berea, on the Richmond pike, Btrn and dwelling. A good home for iny one wishing to educate his chilmllo dren. Only about three-fourtfrom college. I will also sell my home plico on Chestnut Street consisting of 2tf acres of land, good dwelling, barn and other building, water and orchard. D. N. Welch, Berea, Ky. Thlrty-sl- x FOR SALE Lot on Depot Street Joining the skating rink on the west, 7i feet front by 143 feet back. For particulars call upon or phone, A. P. Settle, Kingston, Madison County, Ky. PALACE MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you want and get what you call for. Highest market price paid for butter, eggs and chickens Leaf Lare, guaranteed pure. Kidd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. Fish and Oysters every Thursday. j ' U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. for children. r. of tho real features of the Convention, and many of tho delogates realized moro forcibly than ever Just how "'h? - tho Junior work really is, many returned to their homes resolved to become moro Interested and active In this phaso of the work. After tho Juniors had been addressed by Miss Dunning of Harlan, a former Berea student, tho morning sermon was preached by tho Rev. Wm. I. Jones, a student at tho L. M. U. Tho sermon on Sunday evening was preached by the Itev. C. B. MIchell, Pastor of tho Presbyterian Church at Har- Ian, President of tho Union. This was a very Inspiring and helpful address, on tho subject of tho "Church." tho offlcors elected for tho coming year was Miss Margaret Dlzney who will sorvo as Socrotary and Treasurer. Mr. Hudson and Mr. Morton wore the other Berea delegates. Mr. Hudson conducted tho Prayer and Pralso Sorvlco on Sautrday and Sunday evenings, and Mr. Morton addressed tho Convention for fifteen minutes on Saturday ovcnlng, whllo both of these men Installed tho officers for tho coming yoar. All tho delogates roport a very ploasant tlmo. and readers to read hire and ries three hours a day as a means of Interesting the people In tho best Literature. After tho session, Thursday evening, tho members of the Association and other invited guests were entertained at a reception by Pres. and Mrs. Frost. Tho buslnoss moetlng of tho Association was held Friday afternoon and tho following officers were elected: Lillian Llndsey, President, , Miss Frankfort; first vlco president, Wil- Do You Want to Buy a Good Blue Grass Farm ? 1 liam F. Yust, Louisville, second vice prosldent, Miss Florenco Dlllard, LexMiss Fanington; secretary-treasure- r, nie C. Rawson, Frankfort. Later In tho afternoon an excursion was made to Indian Fort mountain, some of tho delegates going on horseback and others In carriages. They were conducted by Miss Corwln, the Librarian, who was really tho- - host- toss of tho Association, and other guiucs caosen iroui uiu meat cuuiiuii-te- e. Tho visitors were so entranced with tho view that they did not Icavo tho mountain until long after night Supper was served on tho mountain by Mrs. Ridgoway and the Do you want to buy a good building l'ot in Berea and do as others have done, build you a comfortable home, educate your children and make a living? j trict, all for tho purpose of main- Library staff. 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 willatways get a square deal with Holiday If interested. CALL UPON OR ADDRESS, NOW IS THE TIME TO GET BUSY I havo largo farm, small farms, good farm nml poor farms, costly farms anil cheap farms for sale. 1 havo a special farm for the man who wants to send his children to school at Borea, Ky. It contains sixty acrow Just outside tho corporation, good houso, good barn, lino, oool, toft, sulphur water In ynrtl foncod with wire. This farm Is worth Sl.000 hut I can sell tho samo to you now for sa.OOO on terms to suit. 1 also have a small farm containing 60 acres, Invol, fairly good cottage, house, splendid stock-bargood orchard fenced with wlro fence, In a good community, good school, Christian and Baptist Church In X mtlo. If you want a good homo now Is tho time. I can sell you thin place for $1,600 cash. I feel Hiiro I can suit you In any thing you may want In farm lands or town property in Jierea, Jvy. i also have some beautiful town pro I will mhII vim niv rusldunt nronurtv ou orth sldo Chestnut St. ox- tending to High Bt. with an eight room, two story frame house good cistern 12x12 ft. barn and plenty of fruit trees. Come and Hot, call ou or write The Best Qualities of 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 t please you tell others; if not tell us. n, G. D. Room 4, Bcrta Bank HOLLIDAY Trutt Building J. P. BICKNELL aw st. W. I. DOOLEY BEREA, KY. Bera, Ky. Berea, Ky. Page Six THE CITIZEN The secretary! llp curled down In bratn which brought this thing Into existenco Is still to bo rockoncd with. "Wasn't It rather unsual, to put It There may, some day, come a time mildly, to leavo your prisoners to when our submarines may be explodtheir own devices that wayT ke ed at will regardless of this percussion cap." asked. The sec rotary of war turned flatly "Well, yes," Mr. Qrlmm admitted. "Hut the clrcumstancos were unusual. upon Chief Campbell. "This woman who Is mlwd up In When I entered tho house I had locked a man In tho cellar. I had to go this affair?" he demanded. "This Miss Thorne. Who Is sho?" back to savo his life, otherwise" "Who U shor repeated the chief. "Oh, the guard at tho door, you raaanT" came the Interruption. "Who "She's a secret agent of Italy, one of tho most brilliant, perhaps, that has waa Mr. Grimm glanced at his chief, who over operatod In this or any other country. Sho Is the pivot around nodded. "It was Mr. Charles Wlnthrop Han-hl- which the Intrigue moved. We know of the German embassy," snld the her by a dozen names; any one of them may be correct" young man. The brows of the sccrotary ot war "Mr. Rankin of the German embas- wero drawn down In thought as ho sy was on guard at tho doorr deturned to the president manded tho president quickly. "Mr. Grimm was speaking ot tho "Yes. We got out safely." Germany personal equation," ho remarked pointmeans that "And that edly. "I think- - perhaps his meaning was Is clear when we know thore Is a Tho president paused and startled woman In the case. We know that lances passed around the table. Aft Mr. Grimm has done his duty to the er a moment ot deep abstraction tho last Inch In this matter; wo know secretary went on: that alone and unaided, practically, "So Miss Thorne and the prlnco es- ho has dono a thing that no living they still In this coun- man of his relative position has ever caped. Are try dono before prevented a world-war- . 'That I don't know," replied Mr. But there Is further danger ho himarlmm. He stood silent n moment, self has called out attention to It staring at the president Some subtle therefore, I would suggest that Mr. change crept Into the listless eyes, Grimm be relieved ot further duty In and his Hps were set "Perhaps I had this particular caso. This Is not a bettor explain here that tho personal moment when tho peace ot the world equation enters largely Into an affair may be Imperiled by personal feelings of this kind." he said at last, slowly. of of kindliness for an Individual." "It happens that It entered Into this. Mr. Grimm received tho blow withUnless I am ordered to pursue the out a tremor. His hands were still matter further I think It would be Idly clasped behind his back; tho best for all concerned to accept the eyos fastened upon the president's fact of Miss Thome's escape, and " face were still listless; the mouth abHo stopped. solutely without expression. 1 "Personal the equation.- - mused "As Mr. Grimm has potntod out," Drcsldent "Just how, Mr. Grimm, the secretary went on, "we have been does the personal equation enter into negotiating for this wlroless percussion cap. I have somewhere In my the affair?" The young man's lips closed tightly, office the namo and address of the Individual with whom these negotiaand then: "There aro some people, Mr. Presi tions havo been conducted. Through dent, whom we meet frankly as ene that It Is posslblo to reach tho Invenmies, and we deal with them accordtor, and then ! I suggest that wo ingly; and there are others who op- vote our thanks to Mr. Grimm and pose us and yet are not enemies. It relieve htm of this particular case." la merely that our paths of duty cross. Tho choleric eyes of tho president We may have tho greatest respect for softened a little, and grew gravo as them and they for us, but purposes they studied tho impasslvo face of the In other young man. aro unalterably different. words there Is a personal enmity and "It's a strange situation, Mr. ' " Mltlcal enmity. You, for Instance, Grimm," ho said evenly. "What do bo a closo personal friend ot you say to wlthdrawlngr tho man whom you defeated for pres"I am at your orders, Mr. Presiident Thero might" ho stopped sud- dent" was tho reply. denly. "No ono knows better what you "Oo on." urged tho president havo done than tho gentlemen here at "I think every man meets once in this table," the president went on his life an Individual with whom ho slowly. "No one questions that you would like to reckon personally," the havo done more than any other man could have done under tho circumstances. We understand, I think, that Indirectly you nre asking Immunity tor on Individual. I don't happen to know tho liability of that Individual under our law, but we can't make any mistake now, Mr. Grimm, and so and so " Ho stopped and was silent "I had hoped, Mr. President, that what I havo dono so far and I don't underestimate it would have, at least, earned for me tho privilege of remaining In this caso until Its conclusion," said Mr. Grimm steadily, "if it is to be otherwise, ot course I am disapproval. October 12, 1911 SERIALv in story csj ELUSIVE Second Temple's Foundation Laid Sasoay Stleel Leueo. for Ott 22, 1911 Specially Arranged f or This Paper LKSSON TEXT Kira MEMORY VKHSES-Sl- lL QOI.DE.V TEXT-"En- ter BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL DEPARTMENT OF BEREA COLLEGE (The Citizen is a ipccinacn of oar work.) , ISABEL By JACQUES FDTRELLE ltr n Into his gates with thanksgiving, and Into his courts 100:4. with pralse."-P- ia. TIME The arrival at Jerusalem, D. C B7. Foundation of the Temple, It. C. S3. Delays, D. C. Ilulldlng of Tempt begun, n. C. (20. Temple completed, I). C. 611 Period of the lesson, 20 years. Pf.ACE Jerusalem and vicinity. Pn0PIIETS.-Harg- al. n. C. K0. Zechar-laC. Daniel th aged (Dan. Ki-K- Prints lettcr.hcntls, cnrtls, reporlr, sermons, ard bocks in the best manner, and at lowest prices. students, Your patronage is asked to help and to insure your Retting your money's worth. Call nt the office, or send orders by mail. You will get satisfaction. Terms cash. Address hand-billi; BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL, Bcrea, Ky. 10:1). a h. W Illajfratonj ky OmlfH f I tis klnr till II. C. K. Cambyses king D. C. IX-IDarius king D. C. Zerubbabel governor of Judea, rtULErtS-Cyr- HOUSES TO RENT To those who have children to educate and wish to reside in Uerea for a longer or shorter time to enjoy its educational advantages, the College has a number of houses, large and small, some of them partly furnished, to rent on 'reasonable terms. Address M. KLI1MLR ltM.tT TIM AjwKtatal MU1M SYNOPSIS. r th Kalian ambaa-ado- r, U at dinner with diplomat when m. meutnger aummona him to the cm rtAKj. when a beautiful young-- woman Mka for a ticket to the In embauy ball. mado Tin ticket liThorne. out tha name of of Iaabel Kin secret aerrlea, andChief Campbell hie Mr. arlmm. the detective, ara warned that a plot la tiead Ibrtwlnj: In Waahlnston, and (Irlram goes to the state ball far Information. Kta la called to MJaa Iiabel Thorne. disappear. A iho with her companion, Alvxeot tba hot li heard and Benor Mexican legation, la found wounded. Orlrrun Is asiurod Mlaa Thorn did It: ha TlrtU her, demanding- knovrledeo of the affair, and arroaU Plctro,IatrosfnnL Mla and they. Thorn vUlta an old wonderful experiment. Fifty JJcui adollara I stolen from th office housand of Senor Ilodrlsuei, the minister from Venezuela, and while detective are the robbery Mlsa Thorne appears a a guest of the legation. Grimm accuse her of the theft: the money Is rcrtored, but a new mystery occurs In the dliappearanco of Monsieur Uoluecur the French ambassador. Etuslro Miss, Thorno reappears, bearing a letter nltlch tate that the ambaaaador ha been kidnaped and demanding ranaom. Tha returns and agnln atrangely dl- Later ho la Rppenra. the suburbs.rescued from an old It la dUcorered that rietrohePetmxlnnl ahot fienor Alvarei la Prince d'Abruztl. Oflmm ind that figures In a mysterious Jail delivery. Ite orders both Mlsa Thorne and d'Abruzsl to leave the country: they are conveyed to New York and placed on a steamer tout return. Grimm's coffee la drugged nod upon regaining consciousness he finds a sympathetic note from Isabel Thorne. TThe conspirators against the government sire located and their echemlng Is dearlmm orders d'AbruzzI to com-pestroy th unsigned compact. Isabel tratt-xe- li hire to obey and Is termed a by tha conspirators. bomb-maker- ,, or over-hoar- d, ss I Count dl Itoslnl, CHAPTER XXIV. (Continued.) tion "I personally caused tho destrucof the compact after several signatures had been attached," Mr. Grimm amended. "Throughout I have acted under tho direction ot Mr. Campbell, of course." "You were in very gravo personal danger?" tho president went on. "It wan of no consequence" said Mr. Grimm simply. The president glanced at Mr. Campbell and the chief shrugged bis shoul- representatives of the Latin countries tiave not met since and signed the compact T" "I am not certain no," replied Mr. Grimm promptly. "I am certain, however, that the backbono of tho alliance waa broken its only excuse for existence destroyed when tboy permitted me to learn ot tho wireless percussion cap which would have placed tho navies ot tho world at their xnercy. Bcllevo mo, gentlemen, it they had kept their secret it would tiave given them dominion ot the arth. Tboy made one mlatako," be tone. added in a most matter-of-faThey should have killed me; It was "You are certain, Mr. Grimm," and tho president spoke with great deliberation, "you are certain that the ders. "This Note, Mr. Qrlmm, Is Surprising." young man continued. "That reckoning may not bo a severe one; It may be less sevcro than tho law would provide; but It would be a personal reckoning. Thero is one individual in this affair with whom I should 11 ko to reckon, hence tho personal equation enters very largely Into the case." For a little while the silence ot the room was unbroken, save for the steady of a great clock In one corner. Mr. Grimm's eyes wero fixed unwaveringly upon those ot the chief executive. At last the secretary of war crumpled a sheet ot paper Im patiently and hitched his chair up to Uck-toc- their only chanco." The president seemed a little startled at the suggestion. "That would have been murder," be remarked. "True," Mr. Grimm asnulosced, "but ft seems an absurd thing that they should have permitted the life of ono man to stand between thorn and tho world power for which they bad so long planned and schemed. His Highness. Prince Denedctto d'AbruzzI believed as I do, and so expressed Ho paused a moment; there was a hint of surprise in his manner. "I expected to be killed, ot course. It socmed to me the only thing that could happen." "They must have known ot the far-- , reaching consequences which would follow upon' your escape, Mr. Grimm. Why didn't they kill your Mr. Grimm made a littlo gesture with both hands and was silent. "May they not yet attempt ltr the president Insisted. -It's too late now," Mr. Grimm explained. "Tboy had ovorything to Bain by killing mo there as I stood In tho room where I had Interrupted the signing ot the compact, because that him-iMlf- the table. this. Isn't ltr be demanded briskly. "Tho Latin countries by an Invention ot tbolr own which the United States and England were to be duped Into purchasing, would have had power to explode overy submarine mine attacking a portt Very well. This thing, ot course, would have given them the freedom ot the seas as long as we wero unable to explode their submarines as they were able to explode ours. And this Is the condition which made the Latin compact possible, Isn't it?" Ho looked straight at Mr. Qrlmm, who nodded. "Coming down to the facts it's like bo-fo- re would have been beforo I had placed In tho hands of my government. I was the only p'orson outside of their circle who knew all ot them. Only the basest motive could Inspire them to attempt my life now." ( There was a pause. Tho secretary of stato glanced from Mr. arlmm to Mr. Campbell with a question In bis deep-se- t eyes. i "Do I understand that you placed a Miss Tboruo and tho prince under that la. you detained thornf he uerled. "If so. whero aro they nowT" C' "I don't know," was the reply. "Just eforo tho explosion the throe of us treterod an automobile together, and then as we wore starting away I something wMch made It beoessnry for me to the (bouse. When I came out again, Just a explosion, the few seconds before the tVrlaoe oud Miss Thorne bad gone." the facts er "Therefore," ho went on, "If the Latin compact is not a reality on paper; It the United States and England do not purchase this this wireless percussion cap, we are right back where wo wero beforo It all happened, aren't wo? Every posslblo danger from that direction has passed, hasn't ot which wo have It? Tho world-wa- r been talking is rendered Impossible, Isn't itr "That's a question," answered Mr. arlmm. "It you will pardon me for suggesting It, I would venture to say that as long as there Is an Invontlon ot that Importance In tho hands of nations whom we now know have been cansplrlng against us for fifty years, there Is always danger. It seems to me. If you will pardon me again, that for tho sake of peace we must either get nomplote control ot that Invention or elso understand It so well that there can be no further danger. And again, please let mo call your attention to the fact that the tells us, Mr. Grimm." lntor. Irrelevantly, rupted tho president of a woman's skirt "that the frou-frohas changed tho map of tho world. Do you believe," he went on suddenly, "that a man can mete out justice fairly, severoly If necessary, to ono for whom he has a personal regard?" "I do. sir." "Perhaps even to one to a woman whom he might lover "I do,, sir." Tho president rose. "Please wait In tho anteroom for a few minutes," he directed. Mr. Grimm bowed himself out At the end of half an hour ho was again summoned Into the cabinet chamber. The president met him with outstretched hand. Thero was more than mero perfunctory thanks In this thero was the understanding of man and man. "You will proceed with tho case to the ond, Mr. Grimm," he Instructed abruptly. "It you need assistance ask for It; If not, proceed alone. You will rely upon your own Judgment entirely. It there aro circumstances which make It Inadvisable to move against an Individual by legal process, even If that Individual Is amenable to our laws, you are not constrained so to do It your Judgment Is against It There You will either Is one stipulation: securo the completo rights ot the wireless percussion cap to this government or learn the secret of tho Invention so that at no future tlmo can wo be endangered by It" "Thank you." said Mr. arlmm quietly. "I understand." "I may add that It Is a matter ot deep regrot to me," and tho president brought one vigorous hand down on the young man's shoulder, "that our government has so few men ot your typo In Its service. Cood day." u at" "History The exiles found Jerusalem In ruins, together with the surrounding cities of residence and their orchards and farms, much as they had been left by Nebuchadnezzar's armies fifty years beforo. Trees were growing wild on the Mountain ot the House, and the Jackals prowled among heaps of shattered masonry. Crumbling stone-worand charred timbers marked the site ot palaces and towers, and choked the streets. Tho city walls and gates wero leveled with the ground. The first business ot the returned exiles was, of course, to provide some kind ot dwellings for themselves and their families. They accordingly settled In the small cities surrounding Jerusalem, perhaps repairing the houses and walls that had been ruined by the besieging armies years before, or contenting themselves with huts or tents. Tho territory they controlled was of course small, and hemmed In on all sides, "including only Bethlehem on tho south, while on the north their territory measured no more than twenty-fiv- e miles In length by twenty In breadth," and even upon this encroached tho heathen or mongrel population. As soon as tho returned exiles bod becomo settled In their homes, and hdd planned for tho necessities of life, within three or four months of their arrival, they wisely arranged for tho religious life which was the very heart of tho nation's existence, and tho central motlvo and Inspiration of tho return. It would require years to build the temple. It was not wise to wait for that. It was essential that all needful holps to devotion and and righteousness should be provided Immediately, to sustain them In tho work to be dono amid opposition and temptations which were to try tbelr souls as gold Is tried in tho flro. When tho builders laid tho foundation of tbe temple, thero was a great celebration. Tbe chant of praise was responded to with a great burst of chorus, vocal and Instrumental, the substanco ot which was some sacred refrain. There Is a wonderful power in music and every atom of it should bo used In God's service. Tho church has scarcely to use this power In Its fulness. Somo object to responsive singing; somo have opposed putting an orchestra In tho Sunday school, as If these were modern novelties, Instead of years old. These old saints used every kind of Instrument, every method of singing solos, responses, choruses, marching songs, refrains, everything that would glvo wings and Inspiration to the service of song. Those who had known only tho exile conditions sang Hallelujahs, becauso it was an unspeakable Joy to havo a temple at all. It meant tbe saving of tho nation; It meant tbe returning favor ot God. It was no limit to the religious llfo and tho blessings which could grow out of It It made posslblo the greater glory, which fifteen years later tho prophet Haggat foretold, when it should bo fulfilled In the k 0 THE COLLEGE TREASURER., Berca, Ky. THE BEREA HOSPITAL NURSE TRAINING SCHOOL OF BEREA COLLEGE Has lest operating room and all modern applinnccs for cant of a limited number ol patients. creases prospects of recovery. 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Are you U mm Wm spending your money for ad-vertising in hap-hazard fashion as if intended V mf CHAPTER XXV. We Two. Mr. Grimm turned from PcnnsyV vanla Avenue Into a cross street, along halt a block or so, walked cllmbod a short flight of stairs and entered an office. "Is Mr. Howard In?" he qutricd ot i boy In attendance. "Name, please." Mr. arlmm handed over a sealed envolope which bore the official Imprint ot '.ho Department of War In the upper left hand corner; and the boy disappeared Into a room beyond. A moment later he emerged and held nnen the door for Mr. Grimm. A Ken. lueman Mr. Howard rose from hit seat and stared at him as be cntereA 'This note, Mr. arlmm. Is surprte log," be remarked. (TO UK CONTINUED) They planted vineyards and orchards, figs, pomegranates and olives. But all They their efforts were failures. "looked for much, and lo It came to little." For they cared moro for their own houses and farms than for tbe uouso ot God. Then arose tho wise, aged prophet-preacheHaggal, who had been watching the course of affairs, and In tht name of Ood, urged tho people to arlso and build tbe temple, for the time bad come. He mado our in tho autumn of G20, tho summaries ot which are recorded in his book. He began at tho religious festival of tbe new moon when crowds ot people were assembled, probably in the temple area Itself, whero tbe altar waa smoking with sacrifices, and tbo unfinished foundations and tbe desolation of tho city were in full view, while In tbe distance wero tbe homes and fields of the leaders. While aged Haggat was urging tbe people to rise up and build, a yuuhger prophet-preache- r was Inspired to tbe people, and to remove their difficulties and doubts, by a series of emblematical visions, or lessons. He urged all high motives for renewing tbo work, and enforced tbem by their own experiences. They had tried to gain prosperity, while religion was neglected. They bad sought tbe fruits of obedience to Ood, while tbey neglected tbe tree that alone They wanted could bear tbe fruit. rich crops In their fields, while they that alone stopped up the spring could mako tbem fertile. Hsggal said look at tho results of your to tb-Consider your ways. bsd policy. Change your plan, Put Ood, and religion first Seek first tbe kingdom ot God and Its righteousness ob-Jo- Messiah. Wo learn from Haggat that the people were busy with building beautiful houses, and cultivating their farms. for charity, or do you advertise for direct results? 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. r Advertising is a modern business necessity, but must be conducted on business principles. If you are not satisfied with your advertising you should set asido k certain amount of money to be spent The Right Kind ot Reading Matter The home news; the doings of the people In this town; the gossip of our own community, that's the first kind of reading matter you want. It is more important, more Interesting to you than that given by the paper or magazine from tho outside world. It is the first reading matter you should buy. Each issue of this paper gives to you just what you will consider The Right Kind ot Reading Matter October 12, 1911 PUT CONCRETE TOP ON TANK Stout Platform Should Be THE CITIZEN Pae Scym Juit Erected Level With Top to Hold Cover Until It Is Set. UNUSUAL DROUGHT CAUSES ROADS TO WEAR VERY SMOOTH Not Let The Rond Get Dnd Again, Snya D. Ward Kin- s- BEREA Five Great Schools Under Cne Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS What Are Yoar Talents T What lire Yoar Alms? Berea Has the Training That Is Best For YOD. Then enter the FOR STACKING CORN FODDER Ventilation It Necessary Heating and Spoiling to Prevent Two Msth-odi Illustrated. Corn fodder can bo Hacked, but It and remove the wooden platform. "This cover can be made on a plat form on tho ground and then placed on the tank. To do this It will be best to use a reinforcing of half-Incsteel rods placed 6 Inches on center Stack Around a Tree. each way and tied with wire at Inter gether at the top till tbo atack la com- sections and then make the thickness pleted. The rnlli are ao placed that only 3 Inches, Use a mixture of one, an opening la left on each ttdo when two and three. That Is, one of ce the atack la built, for the wind to ment, two of sand and three of crush blow through freely, aa ahown In the ed stone, none over half an Inch In llluatratlon. Arranged In this way, It diameter. Is nearly Impoaalblo for the aown foil der to become Injured by heating, if BRACKETS FOR CELLAR SHELF tho walla of the atack are not much Mew Method Described That thicker than tho length of the bundlea, Considerable Work Required In Mak A Quickly Recommends Itself Hut It often happens that auch trees ing Framework If Not Dona to All for Quickness of the right height are not at hand. and Cheapness. While Wall la Being Built. e h requires care, a ventilation of the rtack la necessary to prevent beating lay an Inch round rod and have some and spoiling. A cool war I to make stout wire fencing cut ready for rein sBrblmney In lh center of the stack. forcing. After placing nn Inch of concrete placing some rail upright In a aort place or oral round a tree chaining them to-- should tho bars and the fencing which be double and then Oil In the concrete to 4 Inches, If the cover la not to bo for austalnlng any weight but Its own. If It Is to be the floor of a building, then put In 6 Inches of concrete. As soon ns tbe concrete Is set, or after one day, take out the rsanholo box, line the hole with paper and fill this with concrete, cot for getting to put In aomo kind of ring by which to lift It. After a week or ten days lift out the cover of the manhole In reply to a query as to tbo best Do way of putting a concrete top on a circular stono supply tank, about 9 fsot In diameter, the breeder's Qa xctto makes the following reply: "Mako a atout platform In tho tank Just level with tho top to hold up the cover until It Is aet. As this platform ahould bo quite tight. It had best bo covered with building paper or other suck material. Aa one will want a manhole to take out the lumber, ho can cut out the boards where this Is to be and replace them by having dents nailed under them. Tho form for this manhole should be made tapering and out of boards, say 18 Inches at bottom and 22 Inches at the top. On each side of the manhole Farmer Should be Greedy to Grnsp Every Opportunity to Drag Rond When Surface la Softened Get a Drag Ready. Are you not far advanced? The 8pllt Loo Drag. - Tbe protracted drought has permitted the ordinary roada to wear amooth and hard. Not for many yeara has so large a mileage of wagon roads been so unusually fine. Qt courae, the dragged roada were amooth without wear, and whero they havo been dragged for a scries of years they are noticeably less dusty than undragged roads ot tho same soli. In fact, even the roada that have been dragged only a year or two ahow a marked decreaae In dust Now that tho roada are ao generally good It would be almoat criminal to toft, let them go back to their rutty, rough, mud-holslate, when ao little effort la required to keep them drag In fine condition. Oct n split-loready and accept the first rain aa an' Invitation to smooth the road and push a little dirt to tbe middle. Tho breaking of a long drought is usually a long process. I mean that moderate rains come at first, and 'that old-tim- e Keep tbo road good. (Dy D. WAItD KINO.) tbo parched earth drinks the moisture so greedily there Is not much mud or washing of tbe soil. A choice op portunity la thus provided for bring ing a neglected road into proper shape by dragging a Ilttlo frequently. So get n road drag ready. Use the drag when the soil is "moist but not sticky." Go after every good shower; be greedy to grasp every chance to drag tho road when tbe aurface Is softened. Do this and the road will remain good all winter. Hut the work must be continuous; if you fail once, then the rainwater will lodge In the road after the next shower. And water remain ing on tho road means soft spots and mudholca. Build a light ing", build It accord ing to tho dlrccttou, which may be had for tbo asking from the office ot public roads at Washington. It Is all very simple. Get a drag ready1 now. Do not let tho good road backslide. FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thoa. A. Edwards, Superintendent Here will bo placed with others llko yourself, under a special teacher,, andimak aaoai rapia progress, xou will maatar Arithmetic and tie comma branches and be ready to uae them. You will have singing, drawing, fans and household management, and tree Ono year la the Fous dation School costs Icsa than 90 and Is worth $1,000. Are you aiming to be a teacher? Then 'Join the NpRMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Hero you will be am trained that you will fear no examination, and you will Se taught how 4 teach. Tbo demand for Berca trained teachers tar xcoeda the supply.' Are you lntereated In earning' money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Mile E. Marsh, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. ' Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Business Course, Etc Here you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy dots things In a superior manner. Are you desiring the next beat thine to a College Course? Then taker two yeara or three yeara in the GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. Tw yeara, or three yean, In auch practical studies aa will ;flt yon for an and uaeful life. You select your studies from such as these: Physiologythe science of health; Civics the science tof government; Oramrttsr the art ot correct speech and letter-writinEthics tho sclonce .of right text-book- s. Book-Blndln- and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence; Botany necessary for the doctor and .'Interesting to every lady; Physics- -" the science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc, etc. Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start in the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Mathenyv-DeaBeat training In Mathematics, Languages. Science "and History. TIas-- " s Academy has Its own and Men's Dormitory, and a 'large body of studonts of high character and ability, able Instructors, ana 'ass e CeV lege Library and apparatus. class-room- n. MAKING GOOD SMOKING MEAT FOR FARM USE FARM CISTERN Round Ess-Shape- Berea ollege Tho College iteolf stands apart from all tho other schools nader Kb was agement and has long maintained the highest standardsTrnown'la'tho South. To conform to tho Carnegie standards we have diminished our, former requirements'. Required and elective studies) with opportunity to oosipentratei In particular lines. Largest college library an Kentucky. LaDoratoylssi equipped tor student practice. Courses leading to the decrees of A. B, sV 8, B. L, and B. Ped. MU8IC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Tbeem-Band- , may be taken for special fee la connection with work taT any of that above schools. d Heat to Build for Several Reasons Made of Concrete. Typo Is the Ualng Porkcd Sticks. and a much Improved modification la obtained by Inserting two forked atlcka In tbo ground, about ten feet up to 'the forka, and at a convenient dUtaoce apart, and placing a horitontu! pole on them. The length of thli pole will determine tholr dlatanca aaundar. Then aet a number of ralla nearly up right or slightly leaning, with tho upper enda against tbo horizontal pole. Agalnat these vertical ralla the oblong atack la built, open at the enda, which the wind freely blowa. A ae- rlea of forka will admit of the atock being made aa lung aa may be desired for any amount of fodder. REASONS FOR SAVING STRAW (lir If. COVEHDELU) The erecting of abelves agalnat a The old smoke house method ot cement or atone wall uaually requfrea considerable work In making the smoking meat is too slow and botherframework; this could bo replaced by some and many do not like the con placing Iron rods In densed smoke. The following method the mortar of the wail when It la readily recommends Itself to alt for built, aaya the Homestead. These quickness, cheapnesa and effective so the ness. We have kept meat treated by should project far enough boards used for shelves can lay on this process through tbe entire sea' same. In the manner shown In Illus son. 'bole in tbe bottom Iioro a tration. Where tho wall has been constructed the holes can be drilled of a barrel. Invert the barrel, hang' In same way by employing a miner's Ing a piece ot meat through tbo hole drill of the right alxe; It la then an by a looped wire, passing a small stick eaay matter to slip tbe roda Into through the loop, to hold the meat In h one-Inc- h Will Be Needed for Feed Owing to Sliottnesa of Hay Crop Kaepa Live Stock In Comfort. Owing to the ahortneaa of the bay croo. atraw will be valuable thta win ter for feed. It ahould be put Into the barn after threshing. If licked In the barnyard mnko one large, long, high rick. Keep tho middle full and well trodden down, and make a good steep roof. After tho rick settles, top out, rake off tbe loose atraw from all sides, then wlro down to prevent tbe top blowing; off. Tho tick ahould be fenced In to prevent tho atock eating Into the sides. Oat straw. If It Is not damaged by I rain, makes a better fodder than wheat gtraw. Mules, young cattle and ehtep cD.Oe carried through the win- a 4fGa fatofatrnw and Wesmall dallygive grain. alwaya our cows a good forkful of clean dry atraw after they have eaten (heir mixed feed, have bad an hour'a and been watered, says the Baltimore American. A large portion of the straw will be eaten and what la left Is uaed for bedding. A forkful of wheat straw la given to each cow In the morning and also In tbe evening. Cows, mules and young stock have all tbe atraw they warn 10 eat ana nave aiso a gooa. warm straw bed. Tbe straw from 30 acres of wheat and 10 acres of oats Is thus used every season; the atock la kept In comfort, and a largo quantity of rich manure la made, which Is hauled out and sproad over tbe grass as fast as made. A thick coat of manure makes a rich sod. and sod makes the corn to toed the atock. Sheep and Potato Vines. "If you want to get rid of the weeds In your potato field," said a central Illinois farmer the other day, "turn a flock of sheep in, and they will make a clean job of It and not harm a single vine." This la only one of many advantages of keeping a flock of sheep on the farm. Heating the Whey. Heating tbe whey to 1C5 degrees will Improve ltd feeding value and also eliminate many of the objectionable flavors found lu cheese. Mare With Colt. Is It fair to expect a mare to do a full day's work and suckle a vigorous and always hungry colt without extra allowances of teedt prefer the cobs). Now place the barrel and the meat over tbo fire, leaving a email opening ... . 'vs ,VV. at tbe ground to form a draught, and you can smoke your meat to perfection In a very tew minutes. If several pieces are to bo smoked any number of barrels may bo operated at the same time and with equal results. It Is advisable to keep a constant Handy Brackets for Cellar Shelves, watch during this process; in fact, it Is nocessary that ono do so, lest too theae holea. Aa the roda cau be r moved when dealrcd the ahelves can much draught be allowed and the be erected and taken down at will, meat get too warm, or the barrel thus making them a very handy catch fire and burn up both meat and feature In the cellar. The holes tbe barrel. should not project over six Inches In the wall, which would bo ample to Sires of Horses. hold the shelf and weight upon same. Among horses auch animals only as If the roda aro spaced three feet are from tho samo dam and different apart. half- Elres are known as sisters, etc This plan was adopted so as to enablo persons to distinguish readily and briefly or without explanation between animals by tho same aire and different dams and those from tho same dam but by different sires. Most ot tho popular stallions get from five to ten tlmos as many foals as aro produced on an average Hysryk'a by a single brood mare. Hambletonlau 10, for Instance, got The foul cistern spreads disease. upwards of 1,300 foals, ono ot which Dexter It .Is not advisable to add to silage wos the world's champion It the sexes were evenly Tbe nurse crop Is going out of bus! (2:17). divided there were upwards of 050 ness. of each sex. Without tho distinction up tbe grassbopper-egg-lnfest- Plow abovo named there would havo been ed fields this fall. not less thnn COO half brothers ot You can raise this amount on three Dexter (2:17Vt). acres of good land placo for every There should be a The Man and the Farm. thingbut not out of doors. Farming la, fortunately for Buckthorn makes a splendid hedge. world, one of thoso occupations the tbe It is hardy and, easily grown. satisfactions ot which do not depend Put the corn Into tho silo aa near on tbo amount ot money to be made stage. aa potalblo at the in a year. Tliero is, first, the satisfacNine millions a year are spent on tion which cornea from the ownership maintenance of roads In England. ot a tract ot land. It Is tho most sta-bi- o tbe It la encouraging to see bow quickly ot Investments, and n safeguard tbe pastures respond to frequent rains. against numberless anxieties. If, to soil Is best, but tbe skill ot the agriculturist, tho farmHigh, tbe grape will grow on most any kind er adds tbe taste of an artist he may find a Joy In eo directing tho forces of soil and exposure. Tbe general bay crop Is short, and ot nature along tho lines of beauty the careful farmer will save every pos aa to mako his farmstead and fields a series of pictures more alluring than sible bit of corn fodder. A silo ten feet In diameter and 28 can bo tound In any gallery. feot deep will hold 40 tons silage, or Fat Hogs.' enough to teed tea cows seven months. Fat bogs are extremely susceptible Fctuilon Is as necessary to the grow. Ing of profitable crops as variety of to sunstroke, as they cannot perspire food Is essential to tbe health ot the t.eely and have their body temperature reduced by the evaporation ot Individual. lire cut about the time It begins to tho perspiration Isastocan tbo borso. An frequently swab head and run through the cutter into excellent plan the rllo and well packed will make tbe bogs' bodies with water to keep cool. A bog prostrated by the tr ver good silage; Tliero are two kinds of wheat smut, heat should be convoyed to a shady loose smut and stinking or ball smut, place, where cool water should bo Both can be prevented by treating tbo potlred on tho head and neck, but not over the rest of tbe body. teed und rotating the crops. . place. Next, scoop out a shallow basin In tbo ground a little smaller than tbe barrel. In the depression build a smoldering fire of chips or cobs. whichever Is tbe more convenient (we '" '' .''- -' "9 In reply to a query as to what would be the best and cheapest way ot building a cistern for the farm, Prof, R. M. Dolve of the North Dakota Ag ricultural college makes tho following reply: "The round cistern Is tho best type to build for several reasons. It Is the strongest, requires the least amount of material for the vol umc contained, can be pumped en tlrely dry and is eaay to clean. Whether a cistern built of small rocks laid. In concrete la cheaper than a concrete cistern will depend upon bow readily tho materials are avail RDle, The concrete can cistern doubtless bo built with iess labor It suitable meana tor mixing tbo concrete are at hand. An cis tern can easily be made, of concrete. "To do this, tbe hole should be carefully excavated to size and a form made of lumber or lumber and sheet Iron about three feet In height. The concrete la then poured between the form and tbe earth. After ' the con' crete has set sufficiently, the form Is raised and supported in place above the concrete when a new section ot tbo wall may be completed. Each sec tion ot the concrete should be left rough and Irregular on top so as to form a good surface for the fresh concrete to adhere to. The bottom can be given tbe desired shapo with a spade and tho concrete put in place as when making a sidewalk or barn floor. If It Is desired to taper tho top, a lumber support may bo constructed and tho concrete laid on. The sup port Is removed when the concrete has bad proper time to set. Where tho Bolt is firm, a good concrete cistern can be made by plastering on tho boII with a trowel. Several coats may bo put on until the desired thickness la obtained. Each coat except the last should bo left rough so that the suc ceeding ono will adhere readily. Tho writer knows many claternB made in this way that have been in use for many years without hiking or requiring any repairs." d Questions Answered Bares, Friend of Working Students. Berea College, with Its affiliate a money-makinInstitution. It requires certain fees, bat It expends many thousands ot dollars each year for the benefit of Its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for students to earn and save In every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect tbe character and reputation ot tho young people. Our students come from the beat families and are earnest to do well and' Improve. For any wh may be alck the College' provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents in Berea live in College building, aadf assist In work ot boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving .valuable . trailing, and getting pay according to the value of tholr labor. Except In wlsyi ter It Is expected that all will have a chanco to earn a part of their jJ penses. Write to the Secretary before coming; to socuro employment. PERSONAL EXPENSE3 for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc, vary? with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate Is the besU but sa students must attend classes regardless of tho weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas, and overshoes aro necessary: The Cooperative Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas a other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSE8 are really below cost. Tho College asks no rest for tho fine buildings in which sti'dents llvo, charging only enough rooro rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding ansa towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, In the fall, and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing ot beading, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for return ot room key, library books, etc This is paid but once, and is returnee! when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for caro ot school buIleV Ings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services off teachers all our instruction la a free gift). Tho Incidental Fee for mos e students Is 5.00 a term, $6.00 In Academy aAd Normal, and $7.00 In courses. PAYMENT MUST DE IN ADVANCE, Incidental foe and room rent bar the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: schools, Is not g CoU-glat- Vocational FALL TERM Room Board, 7 weeks and Foundation Academy School. and Normal. $ COO Collegia. Incidental Fee C.60 9.45 $ 6.00 7.00 9.45 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 $31.40 f 1JM IS t.6 $23.45 MS- , ... $20.05 Amount due Sept. 13, 1911 9.45 Board 7,weeka. due Nov. 1, 1911....... QUICK HITCHER AND DETACHER The Horse May be Completely lteieasea rrom vemcis oy Movement, of the Driver's Foot. Tho arrangement shown in the lllua tratlon Is designated as a lightning hltchcr and detacher, says tbo Popular Tho tugs are of special Mechanics. design, carried along the shafts. At the outer ends ot tbe tugs are opeclal Total for term If paid In advance WINTER TERM $29.50 $29.00 $ COO 6.00 0.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $28.50 32J 32. $ 7-fl Incidental Fee Room , ju-d- I 6 weeks 6.00 7.20 9.00 tSB M $23.30 .M $32.20 Amount due Jan. 3, 1912 Board 6 weeka. due Feb. 14, 1912 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $30.70 $ 6.00 SjOO Total for term If paid In advance SPRING TERM $31J 7J ft.s hard-glazin- Incidental Bee Room $C00 4.00 6.75 Board, 6 week 6.75 $17.75 6i75 $24.60 $24.00 6.7S $18.7 6.7ft $25.E 2&JOB well-draine- d Amount due March 27, 1912 Board 6 weeka, due May 1, 1912 $IC76 6.75 $22.50 $22.00 Total for term If paid In advance Plan Now, (Some September 13th Quick Hltcher and Detacher. attachment meana, which are engaged with the harness by a simple move ment. The horse may bo completely detached from tbe vehicle by a movement ot the driver's foot. Care With New Grain. not let tbe stock get at new grain. Clon up after euch scttiug grain, &d keep giwln in bin tQcurv froo tue cattle and colU. Do young man or young woman con cot an education aft Any Berea It there is the will to do so. us It U a great advantage to start In the Fall and have a full year ot study. Many young people waato tlwo In tbe public schools goiac over and over tbe aamo things, when they might be improving much fasts by coming to Berca and starting In on new studies with aomo of the best young men and women from other counties and States, Make your plans to come September 13th. For Information or friendly advice wrlto to the Secretary. able-bodie- d cojs-tinuo- D. Walter Morton, bereh, ky. Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. How to Secure good Attendance I. Mrs. October ia, H. Alrldgo is visiting from 191 1, Htonoowoaoonononononoeoonooootononotononono o Ji o e East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else If l II. Long. Neglect of Parents to School Song-H- ow J. Livingston. 0. Drew Climax, CLIMAX 9. Charley Forsytho returned homo, yesterday, from Gooch land, whore ho has been at work. J, M. Rector returned homo from Jack ion County whore ho has been mak Ing sorghum. Mr. Stephens fall to got in Saturday with tho money to pay off his mill and log hands His train loft him in Brca. Tho Iron Clad Baptist church hold sor- vlces at old Brush Crook, Saturday m mrtiptBdioce psMlihel sot lot publlctUoo, bit snlm l(std erWene In fall erf lj ttc tlttr. He t"ci flth. Write pUlsljr. tint Willie Jones. What aro Our 8choola doing Today Supt. J. J. Davis. MtKKK to preach at this placo again in tho nilKKMIAI.t. McKee, Oct 9. Ino ncv. Mr. near future. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lata held a eorlcs of moctings at tho of Foxtown recently vlsltod Mr. and Grccnhall, Oct 9. Died, Sept. 2Glh, nnd Sunday. Rov. Culton was modul Christian church last week Tho Ro. Mrs. E. E. Durham, of this placo. Mrs. Emily Bowles, at tho ngo of 91. ator. Llgo Crutchcr is In poor health Geo. Thacker passed through with Mr. Wright of Dallas, Texas, began Rev. Jas. Lunsford Ib here again Sho leaves 8 children, C9 grandchilpreaching at tho Academy laBt Satur- working on tho now church houso dren and 78 great grandchildren, a a load of fertilizer. Ho seems to be going to farm. Geo. Parker was haul day night and will concludo with to- and holding services at night Sara, total of 153 children and grandchilnight's service Mrs. Allen, who was tho llttlo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. dren who survlvo her. Sho was laid tng meal and flour for G. S. Jones of to accompany Mr. Wright, failed to S. Durham, burned her hand very bad- to rest in tho old Rock Spring come Goochland, Saturday. Ho had to leuvo como on account of Illness. Sho Is ly on tho heating stove, a few days Ucry. There were about 300 peoplo In- - his wagon and goods on our slito now In tho hospital nt ' Borea. Mr. ago. Frank Hatfield of Kerby Knob I eluding about 60 of her children on account of rain until Monday. ABSOLUTELY PURE Wright addressed tho school chil- visited friends and attended Sunday and grandchildren present at tho Mrs. S. L. Rector was visiting, Sat dren at 10 a. ni., Monday. Tho Far- School nt this place, Sunday. Mr. burying. Sho had been a faithful urday and Sunday, at her son's, mers' Instltuto was held Friday and and Mrs. E. E. Durham aro visiting I Christian for nbout CO years and M. Rector's Wash McGulro's llttlo The only Baking Powder made infant is very poorly nnd under tho Saturday, last. In tho Court Room. with relatives at Foxtown and Wind 'dlod without on enemy and was Mrs. Jefferson, secretary of tho SoD. M. Click, tho wool dealer. ed by all who over know her. W. N. core of Dr. R. H. Lewis. We are glad tf ciety of King's Daughters, failed to was In this vicinity last week de Hughes was in Richmond last week to know that Wm. Cummlngs is well week, but sho Is expect- livering cloth. Tine again after having such a long slcJ get horo last Williams has on business. J. 1'. Wilson nnd W. N. ed to arrlvo next Thursday, and will bought a houso and lot of Mr. O. Hughes havo bought forty very nlco of fever. lecture at tho Academy, Thursday P. IUchardson, on Chestnut Street, cattlo. Anso Whlckor and Tom Hurst nnuNliii purchased a mulo from Bob Camp- Quito a number of men and boys night. aro about to trade farms. J. A. Bales and moved Into town. Orlando. Oct 7. Tho Infant of attended Court nt Irvine, Mondny. GUAYIIAWK and wife paid tho folks of Grecnhall Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lyges Is slowly bell, a fow days ago, for $1G0. CLOVICH BOTTOM. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charley Murphy of vini: Gray Hawk, Oct. 4. Pcoplo think Glpson has Improving. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Clover Bottom, Oct. 8. Boy Abney a flying visit. Jockey Vine, Oct. 3. Harvo Burns and attended church at Station Camp, their corn Is rotting In tho .shock whllo out hunting tho Bono to Beattyvlllc, to build a barn Ilador and Mr. and Mrs. W. Reams other day Mr. and Mrs. Jns. Kolley on account of tho wet weather. Mr. was accidentally for R. B. Flanory. Lizzie Hughes is are attending tho association at Pleas son mado a business trip to Man- Sundny. shot and perhaps fatGreen Moris and wife were visiting ally wounded by in Loulsvlllo this week to havo nn ant Run, this week. Jack Laswell chester, Monday. Nult King is very of Clays Ferry are visiting her Jack Azblll. Both at J. B. Bingham's over Friday night boys are only 13 years old. Mnlon oporatlon for Gall Stones. James and Floyd Mason attended tho social seriously sick with fovor, having suf pnrcnts, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Q. Wilson, fored n relapse. Tho Rovs. Williams this week.-- Ir. so poorand Mrs. J. B. WaitW. Motcalf who has been Baker, on last Friday, was bitten by Bowles and wlfo aro tho welcome at James Cummins', Saturday night, and Ell Estrldgo havo returned from ers, and Mrs. Suilo Wilson spoilt ly with his back Is somo better. Bill a mad dog. Dogs, visitors of J. Hughes and wife. II. and report a nice time. Mrs. Jos last Monday niglit, C. Hughes is figuring a deal with Hcnsley, Adklns Is hauling goods for W. R. killed for W. Hays, of near Conway, is visit Richmond whero they took their cal Sunday at Mr. Abner Wilson's. Tho four fino sheep. Englo this week. James MetcaU Tho appraisers his coal and mineral land. It looks ing friends and relatives here, tills tlo nnd mules and disposed of them Misses Rosa. and Mollio Arvlno and valued them at $20. now d weok-Bubought a niule colt from H. L. Brum-bac- k This County as though wo might have a d Williams will movo tho at a good price. Florence Burns en Fanulo Scrlvner wore tho guests of has lost, in tho last Knthcrlno Wagers, Sunday. Mulo colts como still closer to Grecnhall. first of tho week to tho James Me- - tertained tho Misses Alice Eany, Lucy Ml 8 for forty dollars. two years, sheep to value of $300 Bent PIcrson and James Evans got Ncw property. Mrs. F. Robinson, of and Manila Wilson, Mrs. Ursley Colli Tho Messrs. Wllllo Collins nnd Wllare selling for from forty to seventy-fiv- e by dogs. Wo long tho to see tho tlmo linn and tho Messrs. Charllo Hurley, llo Thomas are visiting In Lexington dolars. when this County shall bo rid of Chester Maupln and Andy Hacker, this week. October 4th to tho 7th tho shcop killing dogs. One From of Sid Van- SundayTho Mauldon Sunday School Bcv. Frank H. Wright, tho Indian Wlnlflft's hnira xvunt Tnml tnrlnw nti.l GARRARD CQUNTY Is doing well. It has n largo attend . .. . Evangelist and singer, conducted ser- - h , PAINT 1.1CK. VnnWlnIflo nnco. Mr. Blgo Burns nnd family, vices in any Hawk In the Reformed A h Abnoy, Jas Paint Lick, Oct 8. Llttlo Wllllo from Moorcs Creek, visited Harvc . , him were Mrs. J. With church . VoriWItlVI Did you tackle that trouble that came your way son of Mr. and Mrs. VanWInkle, Burns and family last week. S. Allen and Miss Anges Allen of VanWlnk,0 aro ,ann, , With a resolute heart and cheerful? Wesley VnnWInklo, was operated on to LAUREL COUNTY New York, who aro specially interest- a Or hide your face from the light of day for appendicitis and Is getting along VIVA ed in tho church and tho .work that I -With a craven soul and fearful? well. John McGuIro whoso houso Viva, Oct. 9. Mrs. Rachel Itogley on there. The meeting, were is carried . Oh, a trouble's a ton, or a trouble's an ounce, was burnod on Whlto Lick somo fof got her anklo thrown out of placo very well attended and many showed trlct, in Jackson County will bo held Or a trouble is what you make it, tlmo ngo has moved Into S. W. Hal- last weok and It is causing her great a very manifest Interest And it isn't the fact that you're hurt that counts, comb's proiierty. Jeff Davis and Sidat Kerby Knob on Oct. 21. Tho folialn. Pleasant Owens bad a leg SA.NI) GAP. But only how did you take it? ney Mahaffey left for Illinois lost lowing is tho program. brokon a fow days ngo while driving week. Their families will go soon. Sand Gap, Oct. 9. Everybody secroa Song Audience. You are beaten to earth? Well, well, what's that? tho train team at Wild Cat mines. John nnd William Weaver who hato to bo enjoying tho cool autumn Wolcomo Address Mrs. Smith. Come up with a smiling face. Kenneth Begley of Loulsvlllo is vis parents at this place. weather. Wm. Alumbaugb, who has Dovotlonal .Services. Miss Laura It's nothing against you to fall down flat, iting his mother, Mrs. Rachel Beg been with their havo returned to their homo in Illibeen very 111 with typhoid, is conClick. But to lie there that's disgrace. loy. Mrs. R. D. Jones nnd boys and nois. Mrs. Rhoda Wyllo is sick vtlth valescent Vlrgie, tho little daughThe harder you're thrown, why the higher you bounce, Miss Etta Jones, who havo been vister of Sherman Durham, has been Miss Stella Sparks. Be proud of your blackened eye I iting nt Tyner for a fow weeks, bato malarial fever. Mr. 8hcphcrd who has typhoid is Improving. Corn cut quite sick, but is somewhat improv- Address Geo. Sparks. It isn't the fact that you're licked that counts, returned homo. Miss Mollio Alien ting ed. Mrs. Henry Cook has been very Essay Mrs. Garrett. is about over and wheat sowIt's how did you fight and why? wno lias been visiting relatives nt ing Is all the go now. poorly for somo time. Mrs. David Recitation M Us Martha Durham. this placo has returned homo. Mr, And though you be done to death what then? Durham has been sick .with grlppo MADISON COUNTY nnd Mrs. I). B. Farrls of East t If you battled the best you could, for tho last two weeks. Mrs. J. R. Nannie Hatfield. K1M1NTON were visiting Ellas, 8unday. If you played your part in the world of men, Durham is at present on tho sick Relation of Home and School N. J. Why, the Critic will call it good. Kingston, Oct. 7. Miss Suda Pov- OWSLEY COUNTY list. Undo James Alumbaugb. was Tuttle. Death comes with a crawl, or comes witli a pounce, tll Bpeut Monday with Miss Jexslo sti!iuh:on. severely 111 a few weeks ago but with Address L. C. Little. And whether lie's slow or spry, Sturgeon, Oct. 3. We are having Young. Mrs. O. W. Moody and Mol tho careful attention of his nurse, Paper Olllo Hatfield. It isn't the fact that you're dead that counts, somo very wet weather here. Corn lio Spnrks mado a business trip to Mrs. Fannie Brumback, he is rapidly Song "Old Kentucky Home." But only how did you die? crops In this vicinity aro better than Richmond, Tuesday. Dan Maupln is improving. Uncle Jim says that there Our Schools Thirty Years ago. J. R. Edmund Vance Cook. tho people expected. Foddering Is a visiting his sltser, Mrs. Alox l'arrUli 1; more benefit derived, in having a Durham. Copyright, n04, by Dodge fmUahimg Comfany thing of tho past, molasses making it of Richmond. Edward and Nelllo good trained nurso than there is in Purposo of Teachers' Association Fiom "lmpfttlnett ftomi" who are attending Berea all tho go. David Baker, tho stavo having a doctor. Rev. Joseph Ward Geo. Rader. mnn, Is doing a hustling bunlness In College, visited their parents from this vicinity. XIrs. W. N. Hughes of Friday till Monday. Felix Bowman n letter from their brother in Okla Johnetta, visited relatives here, Sunof .Mt. Vernon, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Hen Grecnhall started for Loulsvlllo lo lioma. Ho likes Oklahoma fine and day. Mrs. Rhoda Evans, who hns havo an oporatlon jicrformed, tho Sth ry Bowman of Conway, spent tho boen visiting relatives in Clay Co. wants them to como out Inst Tho Sunday School at this first of tho week with Mr. I. A. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY tho past two weekB has returned loco is mnklng rapid progress. A Bowman and family. Wllllo Mundy homo. Dr. Loo Chestnut, formerly loft, Saturday, for California whero ho KlCKOIlI of this placo but now living at Mt. farmers club was organized here last will join his wlfo, who has beon Coyle has ridny night which will meet every Kockford, Oct. 9. Wllllo Vernon, was quietly married in tho thuro for tho past month. Mrs. Arch two weeks at CiUO p. in. Tho follow gone to Illinois to stay a while and afternoon, Sunday, to a Miss Hyatt 11. Hensley spen) ing pcrsous wero chosen ns lenders: L. Murray and Olllo his mother We wish Is oxpectlng to send for them great happiness in Friday with tho former's parcnUBrewer, president, Wllllo Spcnce, soon. Corn In this action is being llfo. Mrs. Mollio Williams and lltMr. nnd Mrs. Wllllo Todd of Speed BER.EA, KENTUCKY damaged on account of to much tlo son, Eddlo, are visiting MIfs Ida Mnrcuui, her secretary, well. Mrs. Julia Maupln was called SorCommittee, Arthur Welch, rain. Hogs are plentiful here. daughter, Mrs. Mary Chastoen of to Lexington, Saturday, to bo with S. Wilson. Grant Frye. ghum making Is nbout over. Mr. and Snider. Miss Verclla Mulllns, of her Blck slater, Mrs. Maud Settle IUCKTOWN Mrs. Robert Bowman and Mrs. Lamb Mulllus Station, is staying with Mrs. Mra. Hugh Mackauayn and daughter Rlcotown, Oct. 7. Most nil of our wero tho guests of J. W. Todd and LUUo Smith at this place. Mattlti, of Now York, aro visit citizens aro dono saving fodder. family, Saturday and Sunday. There ing Mrs. Joo Bales. AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. CLAY COUNTY Mrs. Lucy Gabbard has moved to was preaching nt Scaffold Cane, Sun Bonovlllo. James and Paul Gabbard Ho Is SKXTONB CKKKH day, by Bro. Geo. Childress. BEST BARGAINS n young man, a good Christian and SoxtonB Crook, Oct 0. Sorghum spent last Saturday night and Sunday I will sell to the highest bidder without reserve, earnest worker. J. T. Stephens and making Is on tho boom. Mr. Briggs In Cow Crock. Mrs. Roso Gabbard Best Bargains that have evor be Bertie Todd wero married, tho 27th has moved back to Island City. Jas. and two children, Helen and Lawoffered in farms, beautiful building of Sept. Saylor now occupies tho property ho rence, visited relatives at Boono-vlllSaturday and Sunday. Brother lots,, houses and lotB, and first class WII.IMK vacated. G. W. Hunter and Sam SayWlldie, Oct. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Gil lor returned from Gray Hawk, Jack John Mooro of Cow Creek was horo business lots. Wo can suit tho pur In almost any kind of proper bert Dally of Conwuy visited friends son County, Wednesday, where thy last Sunday and Monday. Wm. Moore chaser located.just outside the city limits on Prospect Street. of Island Crook visited relatives hero, ty bo wants, as tho above havo been Imro last week. Rov. Masters of had been on business. Jas. CampSaturday and Sunday. Henry Barrett, carefully selected in tho most dcslr- Every lot suitable for the location of a mansion or Corbln closed a revival at this place, bell and others returned from Richparts of tho town. ablo Ws mond, Tuesday, whero they had been who Is In school at Bcrea, Is homo Sept 27th, with several addltlolns.cottage. for a f;w days. John L. Gabbard was can sell you a farm of a few acres Miss Lou Phillips who has been ia with cattlo. J. T. and D. F. Slzo- near town for a small amount of school in Lexington is with homo moro havo put up a saw and grUt at Boonovlllo tho (lrst of tho wool:. monoy, or, anything from this up to Honry Gabbard sold Samuel Mur--( TWENTY-FIV- E folks for a while. James Proctor, sun mill at tho mouth of Anglin. DOLLARS IN GOLD a first class Bluo Orass farm. roll a fino cow for $30. Hurrah for of Mr. and Mrs. Z. Proctor, Is very Miss Nannie Speuce, who is teachIt you have any notion of becomWILL BE low with consumption. Mr. and Mm. ing at Spivy, will celebrate Columbus Tho Citizen and E. C. O'Rear for ing interested In a beautiful location AWAY ABSOGovernor. Sam Coffey of this place moved to Day, Uio 12th Inst. Sho has extend at, or near Borea, it will certainly be LUTELY FREE. Dlsputanta last week. Miss Annlo ed an Invitation to thrco other ESTILL COUNTY to your Interest to call and boo or Proctor who has boon sick for somo schools to share in tho celebration. Yt'AUKHNVILI.K writ to Wagers vllle. Oct. 0. W aro hav tlmo is rapidly Improving. Mlus Tho Judd brothers of Qroy Hawk Wyatt and Cornelius, In addition to these will sell a few business lots located Daisy Fish who is teaching school at will movo their saw mill hero about ing somo real cool weather at pro- - Real Estate Rooms No. 1, 2 and 10. Cedar Hill was with homefolks at the first of November for tho purpose sent. Applo peeling and bean hull- Borea Bank and Trust Co, Building, within city limits on Prospect St. of cutting railroad ties W. N. Burch ing are tho orders of tho day hero. Berea, Ky. Mt. Vernon, Saturday and Sunday. eHOltOltOltOltOKOltOltOKOItOKOKORSOttOMOMOilOMOttOHOkOMOMOttOMOM lof Now z,on conducted religious scr- n.'inVTV to Secure tho Interest of tho Trusteos H. N. Dean. What Effect havo good Roads on Schools Wllllo Dean. Recitation Ida Abncy. How to hold Children In School Oct 3 Royal has no substitute for jV t5 d making delicious home-bake- foods (Ay Tinrenw Baking Powder 'tt9 frmn - lor-Ca- Tirtj Ir-l- no rail-rea- How Did You Die? .,,ti, tww.. a. Bern-stnd- Big Lot Sale - Saturday, October 1411 41 BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS o, GIVEN All of these lots are located along the main water line leading to Berea. COME AND BRING YOUR :: : NEIGHBORS. FREE MUSIC. DINNER ON GROUND. J.L.BAKER. filling your clothes bill to tho loiter. v v r ay SHIELD BRAND CLOTHING. Ihtvte our way o" vS Ybu &-Me,&- u, nQhcrc isn't 'I 'V Suosfion which SHIELD CLOTHING 'V won answer. a. clothes iKflomc in. let us show you SHIELD BRAND" QuMi the clothes ! . R. W. BICKNELL, '' - - Booneville, Ky. i i you want to buy tt tha prico you want to pny. CLOTHING