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The CITIZEN People 10, 1011 Kawle4g0 it jeirer a4 tlw way te keep up wMk k te read a tee" Fire cents a copy. BEIiEA. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER One Dollar a year. No. 10 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 arc better because they are better made There is polish and refinement to them. When a customer wants real character in his shoes it is a satisfaction to show him DOUGLAS SHOES. We have opened up our fall line and have them in all the newest styles. OF THE GREATEST IMPORTANCE' practically powerless to put Into effect tho declarations of his platform without the backing of the Legislature. Advocacy of tho platform, therefore, and a vote for O'Rear is only half support, and a half vote unless it bo recorded as well for a Republican Senator and Representative that are known to bo in ac cord with the platform. But even thnt is not enough. O'Rear may bo elected and every Senator and Representative in tho districts he carries be elected also and still (ho Legislature bo lost, so unfairly has the state been districted, It is up to those who stand for good government, progress, and equal representation all over the slate regardless of former party to make Judge 0'Rearrs victory so complete, so overwhelming thai the Legislature may come in also. Is elected he will be It is not enough that O'Rear bo elected Governor this fall. If he Banking by Mail To The Public; "Banking by mail" is quite satisfactory with those living at some distance from our bank. The advantages of banking by mail are saving; of time and convenience. Our bank exercises the greatest care in handling" your business with exactness and despatch, acknowledging all remittance 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. VOTES HIS VOTE AWAY Will any man vote for his own disfranchisement? Ono could R. R. COYLE CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE hardly expect it, and, if It were discovered that any one bad done it, it would still be almost unbelievable. K But what elso'does ho do who votes to keep a party in power that has declared that seven men in the 03rd Representative District (Bell, Harlan, Leslie nnd Perry) shall havo only the voting strength of one man in the 20th Representative District (Hancock County)? The 03rd District has a population of 50,144 and has one representative. The 20tb has a population of 8,112 and one Representative. Let every man count' it for himself, and say whether it is fair see if he can find any justification for it. The Constitution of Kentucky says the Stato shall be equitably districted. The Republican platform promises to do it, while the Democratic platform ignores the matter altogether. The mountain man, even though he be n Democrat, who supports the Democratic ticket this fall votes his vote auay votes to disfranchise himself, to deprive himself of representation in tho Legislature, agrees that be is not as much of a man as the Bluegrass man, or the. "I'ennyrile" man. Surely we may expect fewer to do it than ever before. Will not of the mountain people assert itself, casting the inherent party loyalty to tho winds f self-respe- Berea Bank & Trust Go. J. W. STEPHENS, ANDREW ISAACS, Pres. JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier. Vice-Pres. Ill OUR JM STATE NEWS OFJME WEEK New Attempt to Dynamite Presidential O'Rear In the Mountalns-- A Train Insurgents Endorse LaFol-lett- e Kind of Campaign Great Woman's Walsh Out on Parole A SavSuffrage Convention Meeting of ing In Panslons Labor OrganizaState Medical Association Tree FIRST PAGB Editorial, News of Week. In Our Own State. 01 ft resolutions Library Asoclation. to Student Aid Fund. SECOND VXOK. General Newa. Temperance THIRD PAOB Kentucky Newt. Homo Town Helps. . Market. Scrnion filzo of the World. FOURTH PAOB A. Ulblo Local. Y. If. C. Institute. FIFTH PAOB Order for Election (or Graded School. Red Cross Stamps Again. SIXTH PAOB Sunday School Lesson. Continued Story. SEVENTH PAOB Farm and Garden. Dairy. EIGHTH PAOB Eastern Kentucky Nowb. Poom. RESOLUTIONS OF LIBRARY ASSOCIATION Bo It resolved by the Kentucky Library Association In convention assembled at Beroa, Kentucky, October 6, 1911: 1. That wo thank x Dorca Collego for Its kind Invitation to meet In Berca and the local commlttco for tholr careful planning and thoughtful arrangement for our comfort and cises, tho making posslblo of visits to tho buildings and Industries of tho. college, and tho courteous attention to our comfort which was manifested by all during our entire stay among them, all of which contributed so greatly to make tho gathering an enjoyable one. 3. That we thank Professor Ralno and Professor Rhoades for their helpful and Inspiring addresses, also Prof. Itlgby and tho Berca Collego orchestra for music so kindly furnished on Thursday evening. 4. That In tho death of Miss Mary K. Bullett, Librarian, and of Mr. J. M. Duff, Ot the Board of Trustees of Lexington Library, both of whom contributed so much to tho pleasure of last year's moctlng, tho Kentucky Library Association and library work In the State have lost two valued and earnest workers. C. That wo regret the removal from tho State of Miss Harriet Gooch who has so faithfully served the Association in the capacity of Secretary-Treasure- r, and that wo extend to her our wishes for her success and happiness In her now field of labor. Julia A. Robinson, Anna M. Spears, Mlldrod Dearlng Miller, Committee on Resolutions. GIFT TO STUDENTS' Word was received AID FUND LET. HIM HAVE HIS DESERTS Bosworth deserves a rebuke, aid there is but one kind sufficiently emphatic his utter repudiation at the polls. Why? Has ho not openly declared himself opposed to tho County Unit measure, and did he not ally himself with the Democrats in both sessions of the Legislature during his present term? Was he not also the tool of the Liquor Lobby and was it not his fault more than any other man's that the Couuty Unit Bill was never reported from the Committee his committee of Jieligion and Momlst Bosworth has never represented the 17th District. He has only represented the whiskey ring of Middlesboro. Shall Middlesboro dominate the District, or will the counties of Rockcastle, Jackson, Laurel, Whitley, Pulaski, Bell and Knox, take the matter in their own hands and elect a man to represent them who is in line with the party who can stand with Judge O'Rear on the Party Platform f Tde Citizen could not be other than for Dr. Hendren, seeking as it does, to advance the interests of the entire state. Let the voters in this district read what The Evening Post has to say about Bosworth as quoted on page 8 from an Editoral in that paper. "It is not whether this nation shall become rich and powerful, conquering abroad and extending its world-wid- e influence by force of arms or commercial greatness, it is not the tariff that we are interested in this year, but whether 'the Old Kentucky Home' shall be made stronger and the aggregate of these homes more powerful for good and for clean politics. This year is the season for attending to the politics of Kentucky. Next year we will attend to national politics." Judge O'Hear't Brooksville Speech. -- from another. , WHAT DOES IT MEAN? While President Taft Is on his Western tour ready to make his turn toward home, two hundred Insurgent Republican leaders met In Chicago and promulgated a platform endorsing MOVING PICTURES Something new in political cam- Senator LaFollette as a candidate for paigning is planned by the Republican the presidency next year. Garfield was In tho company and Committee for the last fifteen days of tho campaign. Flvo moving pic- is said to have consulted with Roosevelt before going to ture outfits will be sont Into various sections of tho state accompanied Chicago. OUT AT LAST by an orator. Pictures of Judge John R. Walsh, sentenced for flvo O'Rear, Senator Bradley, Judge Brls-tocandidate for Lieut. Governor, years, nearly two of which he has contest? Chairman Langley and others will served for be shown, as well as certain planks ing every Inch during the long process In the platform, accompauled by state that led to his conviction and later ments defending the present Republi- trying every method to secure a can administration. One of the chief releaso from the sentence. Is now features of the films-- will bo that de- out on parole. .That means If he conducts himself properly under the picting the unfair legislative and sensponsorship of his son, that ho will atorial districting of tho Btato. not have to return to prison; 18 w, bank-wreckin- g, and Bird Book. O'REAR IN THE MOUNTAINS Judgo O'Rear will spend the last two weeks of the campaign In tho mountains. He will be at Berea the 23rd, McKeo tho 24th, Corbln tho 25th. Prom Corbln ho takes a special train to Williamsburg and back and up tho C V. Branch to Harlan. At Harlan he leaves tho train going overland to Poor Fork, tho 27th, Whitcsburg the 28th. On tho 30th, accompanied by Bradley, Attorney General Breathitt and others, ho boards a special at Helller for a trip down the Big Sandy. tions' Foolish Move China. Revolution In CLOSE CALL FOR PRES. TAFT An attempt was made to wreck Prcsldont Taft's spoclal train early Monday morning near Santa Barbara by placing dynamite under a trestle which It was to cross. Discovery was mado In tlmo, 21 sticks of dynamite being taken from under ono pier and WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE VENTION CON- rJ convenience wmcn auueu so maien- AnjAio mo pleasure anu success oi itbAsfmnntlne. Wn wnnlil raneclnllv ' ' mord our thanks to tbu local com-'mltt- and the library staff for tho mountain trip on Friday afternoon with its beautiful views, appetizing luncheon and return rldo In tho moon light which will long remain a mountain top experience In tho memory of thoso privileged to enjoy It. 2. That wo thank President Frost, the faculty and students of Berea Collcgo for their cordial welcome and extended to hospitality genoroua the Association In the delightful reception of President and Mrs. Frost, the placing of classrooms at our disposal for meetings, the provision for our attendance at tho Chapel exer this summer from the National Woman's Relief Corps that 1100 hnd boon voted to tho Student Aid Fund of Berca College upon tho motion of Mrs. Kato Sher wood of Toledo, O., wlfo of Congressn man Sherwood, Chairman of tho Committee In the National HouiO of Representatives, seconded by Mrs. Hook of Berca. Upon the motion of Mrs. Dlnsmore of Berea, who was nl- this bo present at this Convention, money w.a given over to the student Aid Fund to bo used for the benefit of the boys and girls of tho mountains of Kentucky. Recently tho check for 100, In accordance with theso motions, has como to the Col- lego and the Student Aid Fund Is over this help given by these friends. Many of the student are from Revolutionary 'stock and tho National Woman's Relief Corps thus recognizes tho great field of opportunity open to them where a dollar spent In educating these boys and girls brings manifold returns in education- Pen-blo- Berea College Chapel, October 23 BRADLEY 7 O'clock At The CCth annual meeting of the Kentucky Medical Association will Voices that Stir the Heartl convene in Paducah for Its two days' Band Music! session, Oct. 24 and 25. The program, Torckligkt Parade for O'Rear Horseback Parade for Bradley which fills up noarly every hour of tho two days as well as a good portion of the night, Is almost entirely at acquirements and general future BARN WARMING practical and shows that the Docgood. President Frost and others vt tors of Kentucky are studying medl- tho College rejoice greatly at this The now Dairy Barn will bo warm- cino together and keeping in touch manifestation of Interest on tho part Corps ed by Music, Speeches, Coffeo and with tho rapid advances in the cure of tho National Woman's Relief and It Is hoped that Berea will some handshaking, Saturday evening from and prevention of disease. Excursion 2 to 4, Oct. 28, and all the houserates of 1 3 have been made for day have the privilege of a visit holders of Berea are Invited. This is tho trip on the certificate, plan. from these kind friends. an occasion not for students but for INTERESTING BROCHURE citizens. Mothers can bring their baTho State Board of Education has Cultivate Decision. bies and find tiro and milk In the Issued an attractive booklet containIndecision soon grows to be a vice. Dairy Room. Biggest social slnco the ing much valuable Information about Sometimes It Is tho mark of a weak trees and birds and giving a history It develops a weak Industrial Building was opened. character oftener tho day, Oct. 28. character. (Continued oijjtge Fire) 1-- O'REAR i eft Tho National Woman's Suffrage As sociation holds Us 43rd annual convention In Louisville this week. The sessions will last from Friday morning until Tuesday night. More than two hundred delegates are expected, thirty-seve- n representing states. Some of the officers Jiavo already arrived, among whom are the Secre tary and Treasurer of the national organization. They are reported as saying that Kentucky is now ready to give women the right to vote. STATE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION PENSION SAVING Tho Commissioner of Pensions has Inaugurated a system which provides for a saving estimated at a million dollars annually to pensioners In tho United States and nearly two hundred thousand a year to the Government. Tho plan Is to do away with the voucher system. There were 55,185 names dropped from the pension roll during the year, 26,000 added, leaving a net loss of 28,995. A MAD PROTEST IcNamara brothers are being tried in Los Angeles for alleged dynamiting outrages. As a protest against, tholr trial a vast army of laboring men on tho Pacific Coast are reported to havo quit work. This seems to mean that labor organizations are for their comrades right or wrong-t- hat they will endeavor to shield them from trial and from punishment regardless of their guilt or Innocence. Tho REVOLUTION IN CHINA China la experiencing a real revolution, and, as it seems, not of tho Boxer kind. It Is a well planned, thoroughly manned and abundantly financed effort to overthrow 'tho Manchu Dynasty and set up In Its stead a Republican form of .Government. The revolution Is already wide spread and Peking itself threatened. Just what China would do under (Continual on i'lfth . l'u) Weight a ' Difference! Difference Difference " ; Combine the three . f Pnce Quality " ' ' a is a J - r "Save ,, , WELCH'S and the Difference" . f , . ; - 4. " ' , TV rnt p.rmiM if-- OcWWr-l,.lW- l , The Citizen A family newspaper for all that true and Interesting. la TREASON III PEKING Ky. REBELLION SPREADS OVER ALL CHINA REPUBLIC REPORTED PROCLAIMED. right 3ubllhl every Thursday at Bert. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. t. (Incorporntrd) P. Faulkner, Editor ana Manager. FOREIGN MARINES LANDED DRINK Subscription Rates PAYABLE W ADVANCE. One rear eix Months Three Months Powt-on.e- HABIT AMONG WOMEN Consume Mor Liquor Than Much , f of It Is Don Openly. Ttrrer Rtlgns and tl-- Hankow M Rags Fire Rsbels Fall to Maintain In Do American or Exdtcm 8id mtmy by Money Order, Draft, letter, or one and two cimt atamr-a-. TIk date aJltr your name on iadt chews to what date your irubscrlptton It paid. If it la not uuiird within Uirt-- s wrfki after renewal notify us. supplied MJaslna- - numbers will be gladly tf wtt are notified. choir, with tu-- sub Fine procnJums rcrlptfons and prompt renewals. Bend for Frrmlum List. , Liberal terms irtven to nay one who obtain new subscriptions for us. Any one ending us four yearly subscriptions win reotlvo The Cltlien tma for MmecSf for one year. AdTertlring rates on application. e w Order Prisoners Set Frtt Pillage and Loot Seem Killed. The rebellion It spreading rumor says rapidly. A that a rVpubllo has been declared at and that the rebel leader at Hankow has notified tbe foreign consuls thst a new government baa been established. Teklng, 1,000 miles- - awsy from the rebel stronghold, in tbe center of the province Is threatened with the fate ot Hankow, a large part ot which has been destroyed by lira and where hundreds of Ma'nchus have been reklng. g well-define- d Their English Sisters 5Sk American women drink at tnueh It not more than. English women, according to Dr. John D. Quackenbot, who has made a study of the question. Unlike Dr. Murray Leslie, a London physician, who asserted that there. Is far more secret drtnklng among women than his generally known, Dr. says that In America Uuackenbos women make no effort to conceal their drinking, but proclaim tbelr overfond-nes- s -- aJ . MHMDEIl OF Buildings From Left to Right: Fannny 8peed UNION COLLEGE, BARBOURVILLE, KY. Hall (Girls' Dormitory), AdmlMstratlon Building and REV. JOHN W. McGARVEY DEAD. STATE NEED8 DISCUSSED. At a Greater Kentucky Convention! to Be Held Nov. 14-1- CHEAPER TURKEY KENTUCKY PRESS ABSOCIATI0N. Able Scholar, Writer and Authorltytjn Religious Subjects. Rev. John W. McGar-vepresident ot the Collego ot thej Bible ot Trannylvanla university, died Buddenly. Hi bad been suffering from hardening of the arteries fur two years. President McGarvey was, born in Hopklnsvllle, Ky., March 1, 1829. He graduated from Bethany college, Virginia in 1950, removed to Missouri and was ordained to preach in 1851. In 1862 he returned to Lexington to and the cost ot flro Insurance was $4,856,440.88, and all of this property and all of this money was destroyed by flro loss forever, and It it has not been destroyed, the stato would be Just that much further ahead, deducting a reasonable cost of Insurance for unavoidable Arcs. "There are hundreds of thousands ot dollars ot Insurance carried In this state by unauthorized companies. which do not report at all to tho In surance department of Kentucky, and therefore are not included In the foregoing figures. Lexington. The aeroplane gun. It appears. Is surer than the aavoplano Itself. AT THANKSGIVING County Judges, mayors Louisville. of Kentucky towns and cities, representatives ot commercial organiza- An aeroplane motor Is like a mule: THE TURKEY CROP 18 LARGER generally balky when you want It to THIS 8EASON THAN FOR so. MANY YEARS. Our ancestors gofrtd of bears and catamounts Instead of fleas and mosquitoes. BE THANKFUL FOR SOMETHING Seattle Is going to have a scraper 42 stories high, but only attle knows what for. skySe- New Tork state's hobo farm ts showing good rcsultB. It Is driving the hoboes out of the state. If the Present High Prices of Provisions Continue the Turkey Wilt Probably Be the Cheapest of All Thanksgiving Menu. a cure for hay fever. A man In Pittsburgh baa discovered Moreover, he declares It la not to be sneezed at. An aviator Is called a blrdman, but there la many a gay old bird who sever haa flown In an aeroplane. The wife of the prize model husband has committed suicide. It Is a warning to wives who expect too much. California reports that a single ranch there produced $6,000 sacks of beans. Business of rejoicing in Boston. 1 Itr-- s. I aa editor to a sist on fighting X Tmve The French lady who has challenged duel will probably with a fatal hatpin. In- statue of Liberty needa a new sown, but we hope they will not go so far as to dress the lady in a bobble skirt. A new comet la coming. As If this poor old world haa not already trouble enough without this herald of more to cornel Our notion of the height of Incongruity la the national laundrymen'a association holding their convention In Pittsburg. Feed your husband tf he drinks j don't nag him," says a woman lecturer. But what If be persists In coming name full? ft. -- Los Angeles Is to have a squad of They policemen on roller skates. ought to bo funny, If they are not very effective. ior aeroplanes. a In spite of the fact that an aeroplane sun has been Invented our sportsmen are not clamoring for an open season on hay fever aa Some people Joke, but the Texas man who sneezed himself tq death probably falls to see the point. And some of the American heiresses want to know what they have done that King George should reconsider his intention to create a bunch of new English peers. !k Few women ever do learn anything about tbo proper use of weapons. A girl in New York laid down a copy of the Congressional Record to bit a burglar with a rolling pin. A Chicago man has discovered that cows like to hear music while they are being milked. This opens a field of useful and harmless occupations for some of the singers on the vaudeville stage. A In Chicago says providence never Intended children to live In flats. Neither, It may be added, do land- that nature and health expert lords. A citizen of Hoston, seventy years old, announces that bis health Is due to a diet of oatmeal and crackers. He does not even mention the sacred Dean. Glasgow. The turkey crop In Southern Kentucky la said to be larger this year than for many years, and unless all signs fall the humblest homes can enjoy the Thanksgiving turkey. One reason is the continued dry weather this summer, which Is especially fitting for the growing of these fowls, and the second is they have been well fed and cared for by the farmers. many of whom had disposed of their PENITENTIARY SENTENCE stock on account of the scarcity of feed In the spring. If the present high prices of meat, potatoes, etc., continue Is Given Hopklnsvllle Merchant for Embezzlement. the turkey will probably be the cheapest it alt the Thanksgiving menu. Hopklnsvllle. The trial ot IL II. Detrevllle, former president and genREUNION OF CONFEDERATES. eral manager oL.the Acme Mills Co., Mayfleld- - The Second brigade of on a charge ot embezzlement, ended the Kentucky division ot the United when the Jury returned a verdict ot Confederates held a reunion here. It guilty and fixed the punishment at two was largely attended by old confed and a halt years in the penitentiary. erates from both Kentucky and Ten A new trial will be asked. Pending denessee, their number being more than cision, Detrevllle will remain in Jail. He was charged with having unlaw it 200. The entire crowd was estimated at over 6,000. The Commercial club, fully received dividends from tho mills city and county officials and the Uni- when he knew the concern to be InNOTED KENTUCKIAN DEAD. solvent. The firm failed two years ted Daughters of the Confederacy vet ago, with liabilities amounting to In the entertainment of the Lexington. Jacob 8. Kaiser died ol about $200,000. erans. heart failure In Washington Asylum hospital. Ho was taken to the hosSUNDAY-SCHOONEW LUMBER COMBINATION. CONVENTION. pital in an unconscious state and no hope was held out for bis recovery. Louisville. The 46th annual state Say That Lumbering on the River Has He was 65 years old. . Seen Its Best Days. convention meets here October Twenty years ago "Jake" Kaiser woo known front one end ot Kentucky Fifteen hundred delegates are expectIrvine. The lumber circles of this to tho other. He was always on hand ed. The International committee will bo represented by Mr. J. Sbreve Dur- place are much interested in a report when tho legislature met at Frankham, now superintendent of visitation that a combination is being formed for fort and never missed a political conand home department. Mrs. Cora Wil- the sawmills along the Kentucky river vention. son Stewart, ot Morehead, Ky., presi- between hero and Frankfort. There He accumulated a considerable for dent of the Kentucky Educational as- are a dozen mills In this district, and tune, spent it, and ten years ago came sociation, will give an address on "The the report is that the new combination here, where ho bas sinco lived. He will have a capital of $5,000,000. Dlblo in the Public Schools." leaves a wife and sister, who live In Lumbering on the Kentucky river Lexington. "has seen its best days," as a lumberA VALUABLE BOOK. s man said, and ot the big FACE STITCHED UP, Georgetown. A book, carried In the mills on that river are closed, many Inside breast pocket, probably saved of them for good. Railroads will be Olive Hill. J. A. Howard is being the life of John Tllford, who was shot built and extended to suit their pur- commiserated because bis face and pose. In fact, several properties are &y Barber Williams, a troublesome Ecalp have much the appearance of an character ot Boston Station. The con- now offered for sale In circulars, one patchwork quilt. He tents ot the shotgun went into the being offered for $20,000 that original- was set upon by highwaymen, victim's left arm, taking off his little ly cost $150,000 to build and equip. of (50, and hs head and face sorobbed badly finger, and the breast above tbe heart There are two mills here, two at Valbeaten that surgeons had to take 102 srafi mangled, hut the book protected ley View, one at Tyrone, one at High Bridge, two at Ford and four at Frank- stitches to draw edges of the wounds the heart together. fort. These mills are said to represent an original Investment of approxBOAT WA8 RESCUED. POLICE 8TUDY BIBLE. imately $2,000,000. Louisville. The steamer Lena May, Louisville. Policemen are enlisting BLUE AND GRAY. caught on the dam In the Indiana In tbe newest organization ot the city chute here, was pulled clear by tbe the Police Bible class. The class Lexington. The veterans who wore harbor boat Transit and started for Stephenspcrt Tho damage was slight. the blue during the civil war will bas been organized as an adjunct to Ten negro roustabouts refused to re- march shoulder to shoulder with those the Highland Police substation. Lieut Edward McEllIott bas charge ot eno turn, and a new crew wilt bo picked who woro the gray in the grand which will be held In this city listing members. A Biblo has been up at New Albany for down-rive- r points. Tbo boat came near going next Wednesday, when the equestrian donated by Miss Fannie Slaughter. statue of Gen. John II. Morgan, which over the dam. has been erected by tho Kentucky PLEADED GUILTY Daughters of the Confederacy, will be PEARL WORTH W0. unveiled and tbe annual meeting ot Georgetown. Will Frailer, who B. J. Mathews, a con- tho Kentucky U. D. C. will be held. Louisville. about a year ago attacked Rora Reed tractor for the L. & N. railroad, mudo and threw her over a cliff at Sadlevllle 149.70 by giving a order for a BROTHER8 GET LIFE TERMS. and narrowly escaped mob violence dozen oysters on tbe half shell. In Plneville. Dick Hendrlckson, on through a plea of guilty, emerges from scooping out one of the bivalves ho trial for the murder of "Mexican Joe" the third trial with tbe light Indeternoticed something embedded in the Morgan, was given a life sentence. El- minate sentence of from 10 to 20 flesh and scraping it out found it was bert Hendrlckson, his brother, was years. On the second trial he was a pearl of remarkable size and bril- given a like sentence last week. An given the electric chair, from which liancy. He took tho stone to a Jewel other brother Is awaiting trial for the he scaped through a technicality, the er and found It was worth 50. saine crime. Jury being separated during one night -L 19-2two-third- tions, farm development societies, tax reform leagues, members of tho legislature, state officials and business and professional men will meet in Louisville November 14 and 15 to discuss the making of a "Greater Kentucky," voicing their belief that "tbe best ot all that modern civilization affords in industries, education, Improvements and laws is none too good for Kentucky." Tho convention, which will be known as "The Greater Kentucky Convention." will represent tbe culmination ot many weeks' effort on tho part ot tho men- - at the head ot such organizations as the Federation ot Kentucky clubs, the Louisville Convention and Publicity league, and tbo State Development association. The call for the big meeting Is as follows: - "So many questions ot vital importance to the future of Kentucky are pressing upon tho people ot the atatt. for discussion and wise solution that It seems Important again to call together In conference representative men from all parts ot tho state to consider present conditions and desired reforms and feasible methods of advancing the prosperity ot the state. Such conferences heretofore held have resulted In great good, developing a better understanding ot tho needs of the state and a closer among Its progressive citizens, and promoting a clearer understanding of what can be done and bow best to do to concentrate 'Its efforts to save reklng and unprecedented military activity within tbe walls of tbe great city Is the result Thirty thousand troops, who were to have departed for the military maneuvers at Kaitong. are on the more In the streets and several other divisions of tbe army are entraining for the suburbs. That Peking can 'be saved Is Tbe gsrrlson Is deemed impossible. known to be partially disloyal and It It feared the first uprising will be the signal for a wholesale desertion, which can mean nothing lets than the destruction of tbe city. have been I Chang and taken and hundreds of their Mancba residents slain. A dispatch reports a predicts and battle at Chungking the early fall of that city. The troops at the great military posts at Paotlngfu and Tientsin, a few miles outside ot this city, are reported-t- o be ready to Join the in It Is reported that mrrectlonlets. Chansba, the capital ot Hunan, baa been captured and that the amen of the viceroy and the Tartar general have been burned. Wild disorder prevails at Hankow. The revolutionists are making every effort to restore order In the city. Great numbers of criminals who were liberated from the prisons and tbe Hooligan element are pillaging and foraging what few buildings remain standing. Tbe loss of life cannot be estimated. The etrtets In the native quarter are filled with dead. Aa fast as the rioters are captured .they are executed. Scores have met death la tbls manar. All tbe province ot Ssechueiu west of the Mlu river, It In the ha4a of the rebels. The revolutionists have telzed the provincial treasury and saint at Stechuan. which contained about 1.000.000 taels. Fifteen thousand regular Chinese troops In the province of Stechuan have Joined tbe rebels, leaving the province with practically no govern meat protection. Mo Tbe foreigners have not lested at yet A division of allied for eign marines have landed to protect the foreign con cessions. Thty are commanded by the Japaaes admiral, Kewashlma. The women and children were taken aboard the warships, ot which there are two American!, two Japsnese. three British and one German. Standing a short distance from tbese ships It a Chinese squadron of tlx battleships. Several other foreign vessels are en route. killed. , Tho government decided pagne by Indulging to excess la public cafes, restaurants and tbe big hotels. Smoking, too, h says. It a vice coupled with the drink habit that la working havoc amfcflg women aa welt for highballs, cocktails and cham- as gtrlt. "There ts not to much secret drinking here at la England." Dr. Quackenbot said, "because women can be seen any night drinking what they fancy, and without trying to keep any one from knowing what they are drinking. American women lu doing anything good or bad generally go to extremes, and my experience In New York show It Is very difficult to control the drink bablt among them because ot their unwillingness to make any social sacri- "For Instance, they keep going to social functions where punch and other alcoholic drinks are served, and they give wine dinners themselves. They will play with fire and tempt Providence continually. There Is on woman now who Is a patient of mine who will take as many as ten glasses ot brandy at a sitting. And the most thing about It la that the habit Is developing among young girls, and debutantes at their luncheons and dinners couple It with smoking cigarettes and playing games ot chance for money. "The, women ot the middle classea In America drink beer, but not to excess, as a rule. It It a custom to have beer with dinners, and tf the stuff were pure tbe harm would be lesa than It la. "But tobacco Is doing Just as muds' barm at alcohol, for the two go together. And I know that too much tobacco leads to too much alcohol, because the tobacco habit depresses the nerve centers and causes a demand In the system for an antidote, and tea antidote for. tobacco poison la whisky. fice. ba "I can safely say that 75 per cent,' ot the drtnk trouble among men, endl women, too. It due to tobacco. Where women are not .so particular about concealing the fact that they drink they are careful to conceal the fact that they tmoke. "I know that many raise the question as to whether a woman hasn't aa much right to tmoke at a man. It doetn't turn on the question of moral right The antwer tarna on tb effect smoking baa on the woman's character. It destroys womanliness." Drunkenness Not Found Alone. Drunkenness It never to be found alone, never untccompanled by some horrid crime. If not by a wicked crowd of tbem. Go to tbe house of tbe drunkard, consider his family, look on his affairs, listen to the sound that proceeds from the houto of drunkenness as you pass, survey the Insecurity ot the public ways and of the night streets. Go to the hospital, to the house of charity and the bed of wretchedness. Enter the courts of Justice, tbe prison and tho condemned cell. Look at the hsggard features ot the Ironed criminal. Ask all these why they exist to distress you, and you will everywhere be answered by talcs and recitals ot drunkenness. And tho miseries and tho vices and the sorrow, and scenes of suffering that have harrowed up your tout were, almott without exception, either prepared by drinking or were undergone for procuring the means for satisfying this vlco which sprang from It Archbishop Ullatbrope. Qorman Social Life. WILEY GETS QUEER QUERY Florida Association Asks "Is It Legal to Offer Officials Money Under Nam of Reward!" Washington. aprpove offering public officials money under the name of a reward T Pleaso answer." This was tbe unusual ending ot a telegram received by Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, the government's chief chemist, from the Florida Citrus and Vegetable Shippers' Protective association In re lation to the unripe orange controv crsy that has come before the depart "It It legal and do yon ment Dr. Wiley took under advisement this question ot public morals until he finds out, as be says, "what they are driving at" NATHAN ALLEN IS SUED Mrs. Jenkins Seeks to Recover $200,- 000 Action la Also Brought by Government New York. Papers were served on Nathan Allen, founder of the leather trust in a suit for more than $200,000 brought by Mrs. Helen Dwelle Jen kino, with whom Allen toured Europe In 1909 and upon whom be showered a fortune in Jewels. Only last week Allen pleaded guilty to Indictments for smuggling and was fined $12,000 by Judge Hough. TWO VIGOROU8 WARS DIPHTHERIA EPIDEMIC. nine-year-o- ld Rome. Cyntblana. Oracle Hill, the Cadi. "Italy Declares War on Turkey," read headlines In all tbe papers daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ducks In a Massachusetts post office last week, but In Greenville tbo Meth- John Hill, died with diphtheria. This saved the place from burglary, but odist conference "declared war on is tbe first fatality to result from the diphtheria epidemic that Is prevalent taey never will get as much advertis- chicken." bero. ing out of It as the geese that saved OUQHT TO ROTATE SOME. Flats may be bad things, but bouses county, was here attending the fair. Pinevllle, Ky. Riley Jennings was which the maldless housekeeper tells upstairs with a baby on one arm He bad on exhibition some corn grown killed and three other diners badly been hurt when tho motor of tbe xellow and a bucket of coal on the other are on a Held on his farm which has100. In ccrn 85 years out of tbe last Boat Co. tipple broke. fwers. aiasgow. J. S. Splllman, KILLED BY ACCIDENT. of Allen -- la Whltesbnrg. In an alleged effort tc rid the section ot tho foreign element, dynamite was placed under the "shanty" where 12 Italian laborert were camping near Jenkins, and al were more or less Injured, two o them perhaps fatally, In the explostot which followed. All would have bee; killed instantly, but tbe explosive wero placed about tbe middle of tb, building, while the Italians slept la each end. The building wca torn ta shreds, and It is miraculous tiat tatf escaped Instant death. DASTARDLY ATTEMPT. Post Office Robbed of $10,000. Pittsburg, Kan. Robber who e& tered the pott office at Mulberry, IB miles cast of here, escaped with tevCauss of Misfortune. eral packaiei of registered mall. One When a man says that mitfortun packtge It tald to have contained drove htm to drink the chance ar $10,000 being test to tb Sheridan that drink first drove him to misforCoal company to pay Itt miners. tune. - Writing on German social life In tbe English press recently, 8lr Henry Johnston says: "I am told by to many thoughtful Germans that the abuse of alcohol still strangles the mental and physical efficiency ot a large proportion of German men In the upper and lower classes, that I am compelled to believe In an evil which Is only Just lessening Its hold over our own people, and which Is being fiercely chased out ot the United States. Yet I am pleased to state that I never encountered a drunken person In Germany throughout my recent tour, though I was aware from the newspapers and reviews that a growing Indignation was making Itself felt among tbe bourgeosle and professional classes against the tradisenseless eighteenth-centurtions ot Qerman itudenthood." Nashville Elects Negro. Btneful Effects of Alcohol. Nashville, Tcnn. For the first Mm A recent convention of Uacbert la In 25 years Nashville elected a negro Indiana adopted resolutions favoring Dr. 8. P. Harris. a course of education .concerning th city councilman. Harris ran In opposition to tb Demo baneful effects of aleobollsm. c ratio primary PorniM T3T , jTHS! CITIZEN BOT, FOUR n MAY SETTLE IT! 1 m THE SIZE OF THE WORLD Br YCSSUM ; MARATHON. TMMrtoPYUC, Rv. William Spiegel l lk Ml Flrrt Ciarca, UMUML m jjg 1 ps- 8ALAMI3, WATERLOO. AW NAMC seven' DECISIVE I BATTLES IN THE WORLDS I 1 EDCAROO: . M9T0 t$Mr m r WHY PLANT STREET trv n HIGH TRIBUTE NOBLEMAN PASSES TO U S JUSTICE JOHN STREW RD MARSHALL HARLAN SUMMONED DY HIGHER COURT. HIGHEST TRIBUNAL In the cathedral, where ago. ho was ordained priest, then successively consecrated a bishop. Invested with the pallium of an archbishop, and, twenty-Ovyears after his ordination, received Baltimore. fifty years a NATION'S Acuta Bronchitis Endtd Career of Celebrated Jurlit Associate Justice United Statet Supremo Court Yeara. for Thirty-Fou- r Washington. Assoclato Justlco John M. Harlan, of the supremo court of tbo United States, died nt hi homo here of acute bronchitis. Juitlco Harlan was in much more acrloua condition than hla colleague la the court realized. Despite his advanced nice, he was rarely absent from tho bench, nn attack of laflu-ni- a a few yeara ago being almost tho only illness from which he had suffered for a Ions period. Tho sudden death of Associate- Justlco Brewer, of tho supreme court, very much otfectod Justlco Harlan. Chief Justlco Fuller's death In the summer of 1910 also was a great shock to tho venerable jurist Justice Harlan's great ambition was to servo until next June, when bo would havo exceeded the servlco of any other man who ever sat on thai bench. Ills service was longer than that of any other Justlco except Cblof Justice Marshall and Asso-clat- e Justice Stephen J. Held. Field's was tho longest servlco 31 years, 6 months and 10 days; Marshall's, 31 years, S months and 5 days; Harlan's, 33 years 10 months and 25 days. Ills service did tiot exceed that of Justlco Story, who was on tho bench 33 years 9 months and 22 days. Ho becamo one of the strongest and most highly respectful members of the nation's highest tribunal Mr. Harlan was married Dcccmbor 1.1, 1866, to Miss Malvlna V., daughter of John Shankln, of Evnnsvllle, Ind., and upon the occasion of their golden wedding In 1906 tho Justice and his wtfo were overwhelmed with tokens of esteem from all parts of the country. . . - tho red beretto of a cardinal, James Cardinal Gibbons, archbishop of Is receiving homago from il lustrious prelates and laymen from all parts of tho country and forelga lands. The ecclesiastical celebration of the cardinal's dual Jubilee began with pontifical high mass, celebrated by tho cardinal, with tho Ilov. Dr. Wlll- A. Fletcher, rector of the cathedral. as deacon, and the flev. P. C. Gavan, the chancellor of the archldloccse, subdeason. e. THE MARKETS Cincinnati Grain Market. Flour Winter patent. 31.25a4.1S, family I3.30a3.60, low grade 12.90a 3, bard patent f5.16a5.C0, do fancy, Wheat No. 2 red 98tfa Sl.lOalJS. 99Wc No. 3 red 94a97c, No. 4 red 85a 93c Corn No. 2 white 75a76c,No.3 white 75a76Hc. No. 2 yellow 71a74Hc. 71a71lic. No. No. 2 mixed No. 3 yellow 734ti74c, 3 mixed 73fta74c Oata No. 2 white 1954c, standard white 49a9Mc, No. 3 white 19c. Cincinnati Live fto:k. RAILWAY AND WIRES Are Monopolized By the Chinese Gov- ernment. Ga6. butcher Cattle 8hlppcrs steers, extra J5.7Ga6, good to choice 5a5.25, il.10al.65, heifers, extra good to choice $ta4.90, cows, extra HG0a4.75, Kood to choice S3.75a4.10, Hulls Bologna $1.60a3. canners. Peking. The Chlneso government 3.65a4.2S, extra 1.30a4.35. Calves-E- xtra placed severe restrictions on tho has 8, fair to gpod J6.50a7.75. telegraph lines, evidently for the pur- common and large 3a7. Hogs-G- ood bepose of preventing communication to choice packers and butchers adtween tbo rebels. The telegraph $6.7SaC80, mixed packers ftflOatf.75, ministration refuses to transmit mes- common to choice heavy tat sows, sages either to or from the provinces 146.90, pigs (110 lbs and less) S3 of HuPah, Hunan. Klang-HI- , Sheep Extra 13.96, good Kwel-CboOn aS.50. and Yunan. Lambs Kxtra Hankow, where the revo- to choice 2,15a3.35. this account I5.90a0. lution Is at its height, Is cut off. Sze-Chua-n, The Absent Ons. Dloomtngton. The disappearance of Judce Q. L. Miller, a promluent polltleian of Fulton; county, Illinois, baa causey a mass meeting oi nis creditors- - to decide to force him Into bankruptcy, a petition being died In the federal district court at 1'eorla, 111. Miller's known liabilities are 176,000, Attached to. the petition in bankruptcy In the case In a list of creditors and approximate amounts of ''their claims. Regarding Miller's nothing been has whereabouts learned. Farmers Urged to Units. O. Closer organization of the farmers of this country for the purpose of regulating unearned profits and putting' the producer and the consumer nearer together was advanced Apples Cholco TttasHc lb, 20c. si the only solution of toe high cost New Carrots evaporated lOallc. tf living problem at the session of the Celery New grown 10 and 16c dozen. farmers' national congress here. Pool Self. Bggplants 15a25o a bunch. Of the We Judge others by our own Ideal Ing of tbe agriculture interests a lb. Lem26a40o doz. Honcy-'llal- Sa toStandards,, and iu our Hilsjudgruenl nstloa to the end of cementing S5a5.36. Onions onsCalifornia, the depths of our own shallow gether the farmers for the welding of sound. Home grown $1.36 bu. Pineapples Isrger Influences for legislation .more S3.50at.S0 a ness, ltev. C. J. Harris. Unlrtrlan In 2a2.76 a cratf. Oranges accord with tbelr Uterista ' was ' Potatoes Home grown flf.GOa Ban Francisco. box. strongly advocated. Poultry Hens 12Hc, spring chick11c, lie, turkeys ducks ens 17c, geese 7al0c. Eggs prime firsts 22ttc, firsts 20c. Mutter Creamery extra 31'.4c firsts 25,,4 dairy, fancy Columbus. $3 Bbl. Cincinnati Miscellaneous. are truly great: but greater than these wonderful foats of engineering skill which can tunnel the Hudson or dam the Ohio are those other deeds by mas ter minds who-eb- y this world is made tho better tho more nearly perfecL It is this aspect of Increasing the size of our world, the moral snd spiritual, to which I would draw attention. Obviously, then, our world varies tn size according to our knowledge. Anything that lies outsldo of our knowledge is evidently no part of our conscious world. Wo have widened the boundaries of the little world of the ancients and have accurately measured and weighed It We have found something of the msgnttude of the other worlds of the universe arid compute distances In Interstellar space In yeara of light ve locity. And this Inconceivably big world of ours has a vait Influence upon our thoughts and life. The greater our knowledge the bigger our world; and the Christian especially should keep his mind alert snd alive to thla growing world and ever strive to build It on a larger scale and fill It vlth greater meaning. Then, too, our- - world grows with our Interests. This Is even a closer relation than knowledge, Implying care, concern, participation. There are necessarily large areas of knowledge which lie outside of our Interest, but as Interest lays hold of us and controls thought, motive and conduct our world Is large or small according to tho area of our Interest In this respect people differ tremendously. The Interest of a great many people In the material .things la so great that It absorbs their whole thought, ambl tlon and action; and a world whose absorbing Interests are In material things, however great Its business and however Immense Its wealth. Is essentially smill and Insignificant. The man In the big world Is the one who Is ttoroughly interested in his business or profession, but whose Interests also reach out Into the worlds of science, literature, art, politics, social progress, education and religion. Then again our world enlarges with our sympathies. Sympathy is closer still than Interest, as It Involves our hearts. People who lack sympathy live tn a small barren world, but those who have wide and warm sympathies melt easily Into the lives of others and thus enlarge and enrich their own And In our sympathies we world. ought to be bigger than the mere circle of our own friends, our church or our country. Whoever cuts another human being out of his sympathy by to much narrows and Impoverishes his own world, and by as much as wo make our sympathies broad and tender we enlarge our world and make It rich. Finally let us ever remember with the psalmist, "The enrth Is the lord's snd the fullness thereof." That lilts It Into divine relations and worth. From this point of view we see the world falling fresh from the creative hand of God, developing under his providence, redeemed by his grace and being rebuilt even In our day, Into brotherhood of universal kingdom with nnd love. Wo are him and are- now building thla new ami betlcr world, however Insignificant or dark, In the light of his plan and presence, and Ibis fills our world with dlvlno purpose and grace. Our world thus widens out until It Is los In the full splendor of God and Is great with his greatness. Thus our world Is little or big", according to our knowledge, interest, sympathy and faith, and by Increasing these we enlarge and enrich our A big soul will build a big world. world. One of large vision and wide interests, or tender sympathies and a masterful faith cannot be shut up with In tho narrow confines of personal and Httleiless of spirit, but will ever build a large and richer world. Then, too, a big world helps tremendously t make a big soal Our environment calls us out, as It were, to so that we stretch our powers match Its appeals Soul and world thus work together to widen each other oul Into larger relations. We should work at both ends of the problem, strlvlnj: to build a bigger world and grow- n Isrger souL - Just as the moon appears to different people to be of various sizes, from that of a dime to that of a' washlub, even physical qualities and quantities of this world and the other material worlds of tho universe vary. In their apparent dimensions with the varying capacities of physical, mental and Imaginative eyesight. A given Individual's world and all there therein Is will always vary In accordance with that Individual's subjective proportions. In a very real and deep senso every one builds bis own world. Some build It exceedingly small and others, with a better grasp of tho meaning of life. build It big. And I would that we might all have that broad conception which not only means a big world for us, but the doing of big things In It by ourselves. Wo all delight In the master minds that are doing the big things In the material world, and they TREES Ornament, Health, Comfort and Pro tectlon Are Four Good and Sufficient sons why we Reasons. SATURDAY. MONOAV TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 'TWEEN THE (HANTS AND ATHLETICS, YCS30M: COWARD NAME SEVEN TMg PCClSlVC. BATTLES IM WORLD? j PEACE OFFER MADE ITALY'S MAY ACCEPT TURKEY PROPOSAL TO ANNEX TRIPOLI AND PAY LARGE FUND. BIG L0R1MER PROBE IS ON NEW TESTIMONY INVOLVES ILLINOIS LEQI8LAOR3. Former Senstor Hopkins' Private retary Names Men Whom He Suspected of Being Bribed. Sec- BATTLE IS REPORTED 1,600 Constantinople Paper 8aya Invading Army Are Slain of Itsllan Newspaper Correspondents Are Barred From Ottoman Capital. Pour aeroplanes havo here from France. They will be sent to Tripoli, where It Is proposed to make the first experiments In the use of flying machines In actual warfare. They will be piloted by Italian officers, who wilt undertake to drop bombs Into the enemy's encampments. SL Petersburg, Itussla. The text of a Russian note to Tarkey regarding the free export of Russian corn was Rome, Italy. arrived made public. In reply to a verbal remonstrance Turkey bad said that she Intended to act according to the declaration of London of 1900. As this was considered unsatisfactory to Russia, this government presented a written demand wherein It was pointed out that Russia, basing her position upon the declaration of Paris of 1856 and articles 21 and 33 of the declaration of London, considered cargoes of corn subject neither to arrest nor 'to confiscation when addressed to Russian ports In the Black sea or to Italian ports. If the cargoes were not destined for the Italian field forces or Italian official consignees. Italy has msdo Constantinople. propositions that ore expected to bring peace. It proposes to annex Tripoli Italy Is to conand pay indemnity. trol all civil and military affairs, while the caliph Is o be uupreme in all religious affairs. ing The Sabah publishes a dispatch statthat a large Italian force attacked a detachment of Turks entrenched In the hills outside of Tripoli and were repluied after a long and severe battle. The Italian casualties ore given as 1,(00 killed and wounded. Notice has been given to all Italian newspaper men In Turkey that they will be expelled In 24 hours. A society has. been organized to wage an economic war against Italy. All Ottomans are asked to sign a declaration undertaking an oath to cease all dealings with Italians. Newspapers Indorsing this campaign advise Ottomans to Inculcate the young with a hatred for Italy and Italians. Owen Wlster Denies Illness. Rlgby, Idaho. Owen Wlster, the author, left hla ranch la Jackson's Hole, Wyo.,, for a bunting trip. Ileforo leaving he said that rumors of his ill health were unfounded and that be expected to leave for New York October 16. Chicago, Tbe committee of the United States kenate which is Investigating the election of William Lorimer, senator from Illinois, resumed Its hearings In this city after a recess of eight weeks. A sensation was created when Petfers, who was intimate with Hop- walks. kins' affairs and practically man1. Protection. Every one will readaged his campaign against Lo ri- ily concede that street trees afford mer, tolled off tho names of five Re- protection from both wind and sun. publicans deserters from the Hop- but as a protection against fire tboy kins camp whom he suspected of be- are not so well known. The chief ot ing bribed in one way or another to the San Francisco Ore department cast their votes for Lorimer. writes that shade trees on sidewalks These men are: Senator B. F. are beneficial In checking the spread Downing, Dixon, HI.; Senator George of fire. First, they are good as windM. McCormlck, Alton, 111.; Representabreaks, keeping sparks and cinders tive Carl S. Durgett, Newman. 111.; from near-bbuildings. Second, they Representative Johnson Lawrence. Polo, I1L; Representative Charles L. shield the houses, preventing them from catching fire from the heat. He Fleldstack. Irving Park, 111. The names were obtained from Pet- tells ot a fire where a single large by Attorney tree prevented the destruction of a fers on flat adjoining. In this Elbrldge Hanecy, counsel for Lori- three-storcase there was considerable delay In mer. On direct examination Petfers said getting water, so that the flro gained be had a conversation with McCor- great headway. . mlck about a week before the election' of Lorimer. Worst of It "McCormlck told me he had been of"Splendid trout fishing." tho adverfered money to change his vote from tisement said, and Slithers, who fanHopkins to Lorimer," said Petfers. cied himself as a fisherman, went "He specified tbe amount as 12,600. down for a day's sport-- Ho hired a He said he had refused the money, villager to accompany him, and toand bad then been asked to" name the gether they walked along the banks amount for which he would change ot tho stream. his vote. He didn't ssy who made "Tho midges are troublesome," comthe otter." plained Mr. Slithers. "Aye, sir," remarked the man; "but of HARLAN DIES AT CAPITAL that ain't the worstveryIt." "The bushes are thick; I can't get a clear cast." Noted Supreme Court Justice Expires "Aye, sir; but that ain't the worst ot of Attack of Bronchitis at t." ' Washington. "It strikes mo I was 'an Idiot to pay two guineas for this Ashing." ' Washington. Associate Justice) "Aye. sir; but that ain't the worst, John Marshall Harlan of the United ot 1L" States Supreme court, died at his "I don't believe there are any flsh home "pere. here." Justice Harlan was stricken with an "Aye, sir; but that ain't the worst attack of bronchitis. At his advanced ot It." age the family was alarmed, and all "Hang It all, man', then what is the the Jurist's children wero summoned. worst ot it?" With the exception of tho son, Rich"If you want to know ,the worst ot ard, they were all at the bedside when It, there never were any fish here, sir." he died, as was Mrs. Harlan. London Justice Harlan attended the opening session of the Supreme court last The Goed Mayor. Monday. He was also present on Mayor Gay&w, praising the street Tuesday, when the arguments in tbe cleaning department of New York, utanthracite coal case were begun. the other dsy an epigram There was no member of the Su-- . tered advantageously be framed that might and preme court more widely known than hung tn every mayor's office in tho Justice Harlan. lie has been called land. the most Independent of the Justices. "A good mayor," he said, "should be He was noted for bis dissenting opin- as ashuned of a dirty city as he would ions, In the Standard Oil and To- be of a dirty shirt," bacco trust cases, recently decided, blat dissenting opinion was as widely quoted as the opinion ot the majorFrom Nslohbor's View Point. Looking at the bsck of our bouse ity of the court. from a neighbor's window cr yard will be beneficial to you. To se.yourseU Throw Bomb at Liquor Fee. Oalesburg, 111. A bomb was throws as others see you Is often a surprise. at the home ot W. P. Drew, a profes- Window curtaina may need straightensor at Knox college Tbe bomb missed ing, back windows to be washed, a window that' bad been opened to brooms and mops to be put In place, receive It and fell upon the side porch, and tbe yard generally cleared up. tearing a largo bole and breaking Ladles' Home Journal. seven windows. Tbe family was sleeping upstairs and escaped Injury. ProNot Up to the Press Notices. fessor Drew had been Instrumental la "Is that measly little notch up thereu Illegal liquor selling; In the sky the new comet I've beea tbe prosecution of here and It Is believed by bearing so much about!'' ras throws the bomb worker "Yes; that's IL" with a view of checking trs "Oh, left go and look at the mavy y Tit-Bitanti-saloo- There are at least four good reaplant . street should trees: First, for ornament; second, for health; third, for comfort: fourth, for protection. 1. Ornamentation. That street ornamentation pays In many ways no one will deny, but It pays directly In dollars and cents. Beautifying a neighborhood is not a mere fad. It cost but little more to make It attractive than to leave It or make It unsightly, district and a will not only attract, but command residents desirable In every way. It Is not mere sentiment that prompts the railroads to advertise the attracBeauty to tions along their lines. ihem represents cash, and each year they spend Immense Bums calling attention to the attractions ot tbo sections through which they pass. If people choose a line of travel because ot its natural and acquired beauties, how much more eagerly will they seek Buch a place for a residence. That both are eagerly sought for is undisputed. Landscape beauty is capital. Again, not one of us would be satisfied to spend bis life in a desert, though surrounded with the necessities of life In plenty. Our natures crave better and more beautiful surroundings, and we ottlmes travel far seeking the most beautiful location obtainable. 2. Health. Trees add greatly to the healthfulness ot any district by cooling and purifying the air, the foliage evaporates large quantities of water and the reduction ot temperature in this way is greatest during the hottest and dryest weather. The foliage also absorbs impure and therefore harmful gases. Trees also promote circulation ot air (due principally to unequal temperature.) 3. Comfort. Trees add materially to comfort either in city or country, not alone to shade tbe passer-by- , and the idler who rests beneath theb branches, but In a climate like ours with perpetual sunshine, they soften the glare and heat ot the sun on sidewell-kept, well-plante- d i -I- is I plcmrsx." Y. M, C. A, STATE IIILE AND " sbW , HISSIOH INSTITUTE Berea to be the host of this splendid company of men The Program sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbst On Saturday, Oct. 21st, fifty delegates from ten colleges In Kentucky and a faculty of fifteen tnon, experts il In Blblo and Mission study, wilt bo sEsflMsaMsBMaaeaVMrB In Berea In attendanco on tho State Nothing could be more appropriate with your new suit. 1 fJW-fcsasst- .M Institute. Tho evening sessions will Let us show you ytur titt in one of these fashionable models. bo hold In tho Main Chapel and for You will be as pleased with the these meetings tho orchestra will furappearance of your foot as you will nish tho music. All persons who with the wonderful Red Cross comlort. are Interested In Church or Sunday School work nnd In any problems relating to Blblo and Mission study, nro cordially Invited to be present. It Is seldom that Berea pcoplo havo tho opportunity of returning tho hospital E. F. COYLE ity so generously accorded them in or Cat More Undertaking and Embalming You Pay Lsss other cities and it Is Indeed a rare privilege to bo tho hosts of such a A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies. representative body of men. SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. General Theme: The Men of our aoaoaoaoeoaoaoaooaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoao Is too well known nbout Borca to re- Colleges for Christ and tho Kingdom. Nlrfht 46 Day Phone 20 Presiding officer P. C. Dix, Stato quire comment. In no lino of work is Socrctary. he finer than In presenting tho Saturday Forenoon Alpha Zcta masterpieces of Shakespeare. o If you hart 'any notion of becomdress by John C. Acheson, President Room. a Nov. 25, Tho Bostonla Orchestra. o ing Interested' In a beautiful location Caldwoll College, Chairman Stato Ex9:00 Devotional Service. a Slnglo admission 50 cents. at, or near Berea, It will certainly be ecutive Cotnmlttao Y. M. C. A. o BEREA. AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A 9:15 Welcome. Pros. Frost of Berea. This famous of fourteen a NEWS OF to your Interest to call and see or Sunday Evening Main Chapel. VARIETY OF SOURCES a pieces has filledOrchestra engagements 9:30 Hello Meeting. o long o a write to 9:45 Itesumo of Fall work and tho 7:30 Devotional Service. larger Wyatt and Cornelius, oaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaooaoa In tho year cities of tho cast and year's plans Five minute talk by 7:45 Address "Bible Study and IU6 t oaoaoaoaoeoaoaoaoaoaoaoao making a Students of America." II. a Elliott Real Bstate Rooms No. 1, 8 and 10. Mrs. A. E. Van Winkle was In nich-mon- is this each Association President tour. Nothing so flno of its kind Berea Bank and Trust Co., Bafldlax, of the World. Saturday. Saturday Afternoon Alpha Zcta has over been secured for Berea. Can . 8:15 Address "The Bible and tho Berea, Ky. Miss Fannlo Dowdcn of Paint Lick Room. you afford to miss ItT Men of tho World." H. W. Worloy, visited her sister, Mrs. V. C. Haley, 2:00 Devotional Service. P.E N I S Dec. 6, Edmund Vanco Cooke. Singi last week. 2:15 Blblo and Mission Study Com- Traveling Secretary of tho 8tudent 35 cents. oirr monk 13 1rI tinvrt le admission Krnit Rnaa nnrf fnmllv Volunteer Movement you lovo children, fun, or great mittees Their organization and work. If OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE move'd from Hlgh st to toe houso Morning Alpha Zcta Monday General discussion led by II. S. Elthoughts well expressed, you must Boom. vacated by Mr. Ebcn Handy on Proa liott of tho Blblo Study Department hear Mr, Cooke read his own poems. 8: 40 Devotional Service. poet St. tho International Committee, DAN H. BRECK Those who have heard him pronounco of C. Haley Intend Mr. and Mrs. W. 2:00 "Loaders, and How to Choose 9:00 "Tho Bible Class and Its Lead Fire, Life antl AccMent to move tho latter part of tho week, him pleasing and Inspiring. Every Sack GHaramteetf Them." General discussion led by 3. er." H. S. Elliott. Three Numbers, singly, $1.20. to Big Hill. Mr. Haley is to sell B. Parker, Stato Student Secretary 9:40 Address "Ileasons Why a Col-leInsurance Season Ticket 05 cents. Student should be Interested In of Tennessee. Richmond, Ky. goods at that place. For Family ticket inquire at Phone 505 Main H. W. Worley Missions. Saturday Evening Main Chapel. Miss Mattle McQulre of Paint Lick tho Portor Drug Store. Chapel. 6:30 Devotional Service. is visiting friends here this week. Very truly yours, Monday Afternoon Alpha Zeta CMS Address "Social Conditions in Mr. Walter Engle is to move his L. N. TIME TABLE. Tho Berea Lyceum Committee. Room. stock .of goods Into the new brick South." A M. Trawlck, 8oclal SecNorth Bound Local Nevsl Reading and Intellect. retary Student Department Inter- 2:3b Devotional Son-Ice- . 10:65 p. m. Btoro building of J. L. Gay on Chest 7:00 a. m. Knoxvllle "One who reads all the new novels 45 Topic "What Itesults may wo can't be said to have literary CARD OF THANKS 3:S2 a. m. nut Street national Committee. 1:01 p. m. BEREA taste," expeet from Association Blblo StuJy says the Philosopher of Folly. "Too 8:15 Social Hour. 7:45 a. ta. Mr. Estrldgo and family are to 6:30 p-- m. Cincinnati and Mission Study In our Colleges!" might as well boast that you had aa Wo wish to thank our frlonds and Sunday Morning Upper Chapel move into the property recently va South Bound Local Intellectual feast when you had calves S. B. Parkor. neighbors who so kindly assisted us 9:30 Devotional Service. 8:15 p. m. cated by Mr. Gay. 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati BEREA 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. in. of the Madl' during the sickness and death of 9:45 "Personal Evangelism." S. B. 3:30 Bible Class Hour lrof. J. Watt brains for supper." At tho recent term Ralno Upper Chapel. 6:55 p. m. 6:5 a. m. son Circuit Court E. Dooley Welch our beloved daughter and Bister, Parker. Knoxvllle Ntw Us for Buttons. Monday Evening Alpha Zeta Express Trains Little Mayme, aged four, and her granted a divorce from G rover Jennie B. Burdotto, and for the many 11:00 Address Prof. Jams Watt Ralus was Room. or Berea, Union Church. older sister were sitting near the winStop to take on and let off passen- Fish, given tho custody of their child beautiful flowers. 7:00 Dorotloual Service Mrs. Mary M. Burdette and Childow one day when suddenly her slstar Sunday Afternoon Main Chapel. gers from beyond Dayton, O., or from and restored to her maiden name. 7:15 Address "Tho Dynamtc Power dropped a button out of the window, 3:00 Men's Meeting Evangelistic ad Atlanta and beyond. same term of the court Mrs, dren. At the of tho JJlblo." lie v. C. S. Gardner, D. which an old hen swallowed at onoe. South Bound Salllo Fowler was also granted a Then the silence was broken by little D., of tho Southern Baptist Theologi8:00 a. m. Cincinnati divorce and Riven the custody, of Mayme saying very earnestly; "Now cal Seminary, Louisville. BEREA 11:44 a. m. her children. Owing to tho speech of Judso there'll be a button In the egg." DeNorth Bound lineator. Mayor Gay and family moved to O'Kcar which has been announced BEREA 4:46 p. m. Queer Medical Treatment the Pasco place this week which they this address will bo for this hour, 8:37 p. m. Cincinnati "Spotted (over" recelted ome queer have purchased. glvon some tlmo in the afternoon. treatment In John Wesley's day, acTho foolish injunction of Mr. Gott Closing Exercises. cording to Wesley's Journal of SepThe Woman's Industrial will hold against tho enforcemcht of College Monday at 7: 40 Faculty Conference tember, 1746. A man named John Its first meeting of the year, Fri- rules has been dissolved by the court. a. m. there will bo a conferenco of Trombath had tho fever and Wesley day, Oct. 20th, in the Parish Houso. STRAYED: A young hog a gelding all local and visiting faculty memwrote: "It was the second relapse Miss Eva Lewis of Kingston has weighing about 35 pounds. Camo to, Into the spotted fever. In the height of bers In Alpha Zeta Rooms. been visiting this week at the home my home about Aug. 1st. owner which they gave him sack, cold milk of her cousin, Miss Bettle Lewis. and apples, plums, as much as he pleaso call at John Balllnger's on PROF. MARSH SICK Miss LlUle Chrisman who is could swallow, I can see no way to the Jas. L. Cornellson place. ing at Combs, visited at the home of Prof. Marsh has not been very well account for his recovery, but that ho Tho Now York World thus announ Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Best last Satur- ces the elcetlon to the senate of Vard- for moro than a week, but ho becamo had not yet finished his work." day. rathor seriously sick, Sunday and was man of Mississippi: "Vardeman Is to taken to the Hospital, Monday. His Mrs. Cates who has been at tho go to the senate from Mississippi as 60 YEARS trouble has not been definitely diag Hospital for soveral weeks with ty- an exponent of 'white supremacy'. EXPERIENCE nosed yet, but ho Is reported to Iks phoid fever was able to be taken to This recalls Bob Ingersoll's declara resting comfortably. her homo last week and is gaining tion: 'If I had nothing to say for 'rapidly. myself except that I was white I BEST BARGAINS Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bingham have believe I should turn red for shame." moved Into their new home on ChestTho College Library is being con I HADE NiaiWSI nut Street. Best Bargains that have ever been OISIQNS stantly enriched by new accessions. Copyrights Ac. beautiful building offered In farms, Miss Jane Witt who attended school Notablo recent things are tho new Anronaaandlnf a.k.frh and daaertptlm nar lots, houses and lots, and first class qateklr aacariaiit cir ownktn fra wkvthar ao here last year was visiting friends, edition of tho great Encyclopedia Qjmmanl.a. Intention it probably tlMhl business lots. We can suit the purvolumes, Saturday and Sunday. uoniiirietirconDMiitui. hububw oari Brltannlca, In twenty-nin- e aant frM. Oldest aa.nrr fur awuria ritata any kind of properchaser In almost rai.uu lawn uroiin llano, a Mrs. J. M. Early and daughter, undoubtedly tho most Important work tpttutnuttct, wllhout clir, lulba UkraaaiT ty he wants, as the above have been Carol, visited Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hol- published In the world. There have carefully selected In the most desirLook at this right Scientific Jfrncricaiia der in London from Saturday until also beon received the first volumes We Abandaomalrlllnalralait aiaaklr. Jaraaat rtr. able parts of the town. Then up side down of tho Photographic History of tho Monday. eolation of an? ri.ntlflo 'urnal, Tarnta, SI can sell you a farm of a few acres raar i f wr montha, U SoMkall naaedaalara. And you'll see why Wait for my new Civil War, a work which will fill MAGAZINES near town for a small amount of He lost his frown. prices that ten volumes and be of the highest catalog. I make the best money, or, anything from this up to can bo secured. M. L. SPINK, at lntorest and value. a first class Bluo Grass farm. Printing office, Berea, Ky. Why Walt for an Occasion! Mr. Nathan Day of Cartersvllle callThere la nothing too good for every. Wednesday, and looked thru The day use. ed, Citizen office. He expresses himself as being delighted with the paper LYCEUM COURSE and would not do without it. of the Berea Lyceum Course, Mr. Urmston H. Lewis who has Patrons Berea and vicinity. been In Kansas the past five months, Dear Friends: returned to Berea, this week. He "The Best is hardly good enough" Berea will probably work for the With a magnificent stock of new Fall garments, plenty of roonrto has boen our ideal in the past in Drug Co. securing talent for our Lyceum show them, and the excellent service, for our customers, that this First class and up to date Restaur- Courso, and we expect to follow It clothing store offers, the selecting of new Fall bright ant, on corner of Main and Center in the future. In order to keep on Streets. Fresh cakes, pies, bread, can- Improving, however, wo must have clothes becomes a pleasure. dles and fruits of all kinds, every your help, bo wo aro confiding to day. Call and get your money's worth. you some of the secrets of our busiWe are Showing an Especially Fine Line of Suits J. 8. Gott. ness to let you know what we havo Dr. B. H. Roberts and Prof. Lewis secured for you this fall. and Overcoats for Young Men Styles full of BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVVaFaASa are Berea's representatives to the Two thipgs we wish you to know. "Dash" "Go" $8.50 $20.00 State S. S. Convenlton, which con- First, all the money received for venes today at Louisville. Dr. Roberts tickets goes into the Improvement of represents Union Church and Prof. the course. Second, Wo make a price Lewis, the College Sunday School. which puts It In the reach of all. The coming of Fall brings thoughts of various clothes From this you boo that we must by increasing tho number of needs. Permit us to suggest that it is an excellent plan to our supporters and not by Increasing make your selections of shirts, underwear, shoes, hosiery, the price of our tickets. We havo taken a great risk this year in puthats, caps, etc., for your Fall and Winter needs now. ting $150 more money Into the course than ever before, but we feel euro The Finest Line of Weeding that we shall pay out and be able to Rings Ever Shown in Berea in still improvo next year if you understand the high quality of the talent SterlGold, Gold-fille- d, C& which we have secured. ing Silve, Cut Glass We present the following course lor THE QUALI1 Y S10RE the Fall: Oct. 28, Jas. Watt Ralne, Merchant Main Street Berea, Kentucky of Venice. Single admission 35 costs. ENGRAVING Prof. IUtlne's power as a speaker The new walking shoe In Tan or Dull Calf slHpHHHK BSR R. H. CHRISMAN TmL . LOCAL PAGE trans-continent- al DR. BEST, T T d, R.ed Cross Flour, 65 cents. TATUM'S SHO 1 3 M Yes, Sir, it's Time to Select Your New Fall Clothes up-to-da- te art to JsrNsBBsH fiem vo WEDDING PRESENTS RHODUS HAYES Zbc IRachet Store FREE October 19, 1911. THE CITIZEN. Page FiVc. ! TALK IS CHEAP you have to see them to appreciate the excellence of quality, variety and quantity as for the prices they tell But when it is put into newspaper space it costs money. So we will save our talk about the details of these goods Ninety Pays Only A $35 Range Stove Free! WEIGHT is a Difference WATCH THE BIG SALE $20 Suit Free! Three costly Ladies' Dresses Free! AN ORIGINAL STORY Solid onk 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 vclour covered couches $8.50, $10.00 and $12.00. Roll scat quartered OAK or mahogany rockers $3.00 each. Stand tables 20x20 OAK, $1.00, others $1.50 to $G.oo. 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 itat $5.00 each. $325.00 Pianos at agent's price for $200.00 on liberal terms. 9x12 Axminster nigs $15.00, 9x12 Brussels rug $10.00. 9x12 seamless velvets $20.00, 36x72 velvets $3.00. AH 25c. mattings 20c, All 30c. mattings 25c. RANGES $15.00, $17.50, $20.00 and $25.00. I'm $5.00 under on each in price and $5.00 over on each in Quality. BUGGIES steel tire, rubber top, $40.00. Rubber tire, leather top, $65.00. Best American Steel and Wire Co's. field fence 25c. per rod. ROOFING, heaviest' quality v crimp 28 guage painted, $2.00 per square. galvanized, $3.25 per square. Fertilizer for wheat, good, 90c. per hundred. Best, $1.30 per hundred. Other bargains by the score. 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 businessf STYLES MENS' SUITS-LAT- EST Ladies' Shoes 99 cts. up. Mcbs' All Leather Shoes $1.25 tip. $18 Sails $15; $15 Suits $12 - 49c Heavy Underwear $12 " $19; $19 " $7.59 - - - 39c OVERCOATS ALL GRADES Work Skirts Flow 59 cts. Bert Patent Flow 60, 65 cts. Coae, be good, take is the tewa I A COUNTRY STORE IN TOWN R. J. ENGLE, Farming Machinery of cription, including Falrbanks-Morso Phone 60 EASTERN KENTUCKY Continued from lot ptgt Berea, Ky. colored plates .of birds, tho Capitol at Frankfort every des power a picture ot See R. H. CHRISMAN. 'THE FURNITURE MAN" Graded Common School DisOrder for Ekcferc fw Graded Scbeel talnlng athe lot now occupied by tho trict on present public school In Uerca, and Madison County Court In re petiRED GROSS STAMPS AGAIN THIS YEAR and othera to tion O. D. liollldayproposed Graded fit boundary ot Common School District, In the town of IJoroa. and certain adjoining territory, for an election therein. Ordor for election a to Graded School Thla mattor being upon tho docket thla day and It appearing that more than ten legal voters who are taxpayers in the proposed district of Madison County, Kentucky, havo petitioned thla Court to fix the boundary of the propoacd Graded Common School District, and to order an election to establish a Graded Common School, and It further appearing that aald petition Is approved by the County Board of education and U10 Superintendent of Common Schools ot Madison County, and it further appearing that no part of the boundary of aald proposed Gradod Common School District will bo mow than two and ono half miles be-from the school house, tho Court ad- i Inn advised. It la considered and judged and hereby ordered that tho following boundarlea shall bo spread upon the order book of thla Court as tho boundarlea of the proposed Graded Common School District: Beginning at a point on the pike where tho dirt road to I'ossum Kingdom leaves tho plko and about the corner of the old Hu-lefarm: thence a straight line to West Union a culvert In tho Spcnco'a house, road inIn front of Laura cluding same, thonco a straight lino to tho point where the Slato Lick road runs under the railroad bridge bo as to Includo J. M. Shell; thenco up a branch to the head of Logllck Hollow, Including Judgo Lunsforda houso; thonco a straight line to Con-to- r of a low gap ft little south of straight lino Loo's Knob: thonco to tho bridge In Scaffold Caue pike over tho waters of Silver Crcok near tho fork of said crook at tho corner ot J. V. Browning's and Thomas Dougherty's farms. Including J. K. Browning, and near Henry UlcUnell'a farm; thenco down Silver Creek and lta meanders to tho bouse of Noel excluding it; thenco a straight lino to tho houso ot John Johnson Including it; thenco a straight lino to tho residence ot E. T. Fish including thenco a straight lino to Ovbglar.lng Including B. S. Terrlll moal)ldenccs south of said lino. turther ordered that tho natMMadison County do hold i, oa.ine" i.lh day of November, 1911, at tho school house in Uerca, Madison County, Kentucky, between the hours ot G a. in. and 4 p. m. an'electlon for tho purpose ot taking the senso ot the legal white voters within tho abovo descrlbod boundarlea constituting the proposed graded Common School District upon tho proposition whether or not they aro for or tho annual Graded Common School tax In the sum ot thlrty-flv- o cents on each $100 ot the property assessed within the above described boundarlea and belonging to white voters or corporations and In addition thereto an annual poll tax of 1.D0 per capita on each white male inhabitant over twenty-on- e years of age residing In aald proWal-lacoltt Mlt-cho- ll. Dlttrlct trict, all for tho purpose posed Gradod Common School Disof main-- for erecting, purchasing, or repairing Not 'only will tho sale of tho Red suitable buildings for said purpose therein, and for any and all other Cross Christmas Souls bo continued oxpenscs to carrynecessary Incidental year In Kentucky, but It will ing on and conducting a first class this Graded Common School at Berea, bo carried along on broader lines than over before, says Mr. Eugene Madison County, Kentucky. It is further ordered that aald elec- Korncr, Secy, of tho Kentucky Assotion Is to be held for the purpose ot electing five trustees for tho propoa- ciation for the Study and Prevention District, said ot Tuberculosis, In a statement isSchool cd Common trustees when elected to be divided sued recently. into three classes In accordance with Mr. Kernor denies absolutely tho Kentucky Statutes, Section 4471 and statements which havo appeared re4469. The shorlff ot Madison County cently to the effect that the Poat ahall havo this order published in office authorities at Washington had The Cltlien, a newspaper published forbidden the sale ot tho Red Cross In Borca, Kentucky, for at least twenSeals, and has letters In his possessty days before the election and adver-tls- o the eamo by printed hand bills, ion In which It la stated that the posted In five conspicuous places in Post Otflco Department baa approvproposed Common ed of tho design for the hew Seal Graded said School District, tor the samo length of thla year. tho advertiseof ttmo, and shall have Every effort has been made In dement Inserted and notices herein provided for posted within ten days af- signing tho new Seal to get away ter ho receives this order, and at leant from tho convcnUonal design used twenty days beforo the election. Stamp and Seal of former Sold sheriff shall appoint a judgo In the and a clerk of said election, who shall years. Tho new Seal will depict a take and subscribe to an oath for very pretty winter scene. In tho ot their lower right hand corner will appear tho faithful performance duties, on the day set apart for tho a snow covorod house with a pine election, tho officers shall open a to each tree, also snow covered. In tho forepoll and shall propound voter who may vote, Uie question, ground. Tllo scene la at night and "Aro you tor or against tho Graded tho windows aro lighted. In tho back Common School tax?" and his vote ground aro trees and snow capped shall be recorded for or against tho hills. In tho lower lett hand corner same as ho may direct. Said election officers shall also will appear a small red cross. Tho hold an election at the same time and entire design la enclosed In a heavy placo and by tho aamo persons who red circle. Tho only wording on tho voto at tho election tor tho tax to bo "American Red Cross, elect a board ot trustees ot said pro- soal will posed Gradod School District and tho Merry Christmas, Happy New Year." five persons receiving tho highest It la very Important, however, that number ot votes shall bo declared every ono beur in mind that tho elected trustees. Post otflco Department will not W. It. Shackleford, Judgo, Madison County Court. . carry moll having the Seal or any othor non postage stamps on tho face , Stato of Kentucky, I DCU of tho letters. Tho Soals should be County of Madison. Terrlll, clerk of tho Madi- placed on tho back ot letters and I, R. B. son County Court, do hereby certify packages. that the foregoing Is a truo and comAgents will soon be appointed in plete copy ot order ot election In the caso ot G. D. liolllday evory city, town and Ylllagd In Kenand othora on petition for Graded tucky, and tho proceeds of tho salo School as is filed in my otflco in In our state will go largely to suptho papers in the abovo styled action. port the Free Traveling Health Car Witness my hand thla 4th day ot which Is now traveling thru the stato October, 1911. and Instructing thousands of people R. B. Terrlll. Clerk. By D. TovU Huguely, D. C. as to tho dangers of Tuberculosa anil foregoing or- other lnfoctlous diseases. Iu obedience to tho dor and Judgment ot the Madison and County Court, I havo caused Tho Kentucky Federation ot Wodirected the publication ot the fore- men's Cluba will again assumo charge going as therein directed, and I or ono of my deputies will on tho 18th of tho salo or the Seals In cities day ot November, 1911, open a poll where they havo local cluba. In other at tho present Common School build- cities merchants and other persons ing In tho city of Berea, Kentucky, will bo appointed to act as agents between the houra of 6 a. m. and 4 p. m. so that the legal white vo- for tho Association. ters in the territory described may All persons Interested in helping veto on tho question submitted and along this great causo for tho welI hereby appoint Len. Hosklm, judge ml W. C. Kngle, clerk ot laid election. fare of all our peoplo can get full under my hand thla 6th Information by writing to tho SecreGiven day of October, 1911 tary, Eugene Kerner, 215 East Walnut D. A. McCord, Street, Loulsvlllo, Ky. County, Sheriff ot Madison cn-tor- ed and Gover Engine, nor Wlllson. It reflects credit upon SILVKR CRKKR also Ensllago Cutter and Crusher. tho department . Madison Silver Crock. Household GOOD FOR and Kitchen Furniture CALEB Silver Creek, Oct 16. Wo aro hav- and other articles too numerous to The Hon Caleb Powers recently ing plenty ot rain in this sectfon at mention. Terms made known on day spoke In Washington and showed tho present Hiram Powell had a nlco of sale. Dinner on grounds. courago for which ho Is noted) Baymilk cow to die Bomo few days o. Farm will be sold promptly at 10 ing, "I am not afraid of Negro dominTho causo waa unknown. Will o'clock. ation. If I can't match my intellect visited Marshal Swlnford Sallle F. Pence and Son, Marksburg, against that ot my neighbor I wish Anderson of DIsputanta, Friday Corn to John Kentucky. him good luck, and success. So far Jones and wife a baby girl. Grace la I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. as, I am concerned tho colored man her namo. James Anderson of Faint shall havo equal rights with the IN OUR OWN STATE Lick visited Caleb Johnson last week. white man." (Continued from Sntpife) ESTILL COUNTY NEWS OF THE WEEK ot Arbor Day and programs with WAGKR8V1IXE Continued from firit pace selections that will be welcomed by Waiters vllle. Oct. 16. Sanford Hobs schools and organizations that are a Republican form of Government is died at his home near here, Friday planning to celebrate the d&y, Oct. hard to say, but most anything would mornlDK. Oct 13th. of heart trouble. 27th. Tho booklet la beautifully Illus- be better than the unspeakable reign Mrs. Kate Wilson who has been trated, containing several full page of tho Manchus. sick for several weeks Is no better. Mr. and Mra. Jeff Wagers wero tho guesta ot Mr. and Mrs. It J. BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE Sunday Robert Wagers Scrlvner, fine colt to die, Sunday. The had a I have just bought the Isaacs' Hardware Store Misses Kate Wagers and Fan 8crlvnor, the Messrs. Joe Wagers ana and in the future will carry a complete line oi Flnley Peters wero the guesta of tko HARDWARE, PAINTS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES Mlssea Itosa and Molllo Arvlne, Sunday. Tho Mlasea Ella and Maude CLARKST0N GiveUs aCall Park and Fan Scrivner and Mra. Rfctha Wagora wero ahopplng In Irwaa vine, Saturday Dud Roberta tho welcome guest of Robert Flynn from, Tuesday till Sunday. Mr. and guesta Mrs. J. M. Kdwards were the Mrs. Frank Consle-toof their daughter, Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you Sunday. Gasoline PricesRight J. fl. n, PALACE MEAT MARKET PUBLIC SALE OF LAND, STOCK want "and get what you call for. Highest market price paid for butter, eggs and chickens Leaf Lare, guaranteed pure. Kldd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. Fish and Oysters every Thursday. AND CROPS Having decided to go West, wo will offer for salo to tho highest and ivest bidder on THURSDAY, NOVEM BER 2, 1311, at 10 a. rn., tho follow ing property, consisting of 375 acres of fine Bluegrasa land, situated In the famous Camp Dick Robinson section ot Garrard County, Kentucky, C miles from Danville, 8 miles from Lancaster, 1 mile off Lexington turn-plk- o on good county road, 10 room dwelling, 3 porches, 2 good cisterns at door, dwellnlg Illuminated with acetyleno gas, all necessary outbuildings, 2 large tobacco barns, 1 good stock barn, 1 largo silo, 200 young fruit trees Just beginning to bear, farm well watered and In good stato of cultivation, will bo sold In two tracts and as a whole, then taking tho boat bid. Terms on down, balanco in 1, Farm Ono-ha2 and 3 years at 6 per cent per anlt U. I. ROBERTS. Pro. Do You Want to Buy a Good Blue Grass Farm ? Do you want to buy a good building lot in Berea and do as others have done, build you a comfortable home, educate your children and make a living? ' num. 40 head ot fat cattle, will weigh 1,300 pounds. 4 head milk cowa and 3 calves. 7 brood sowa and 1 boar. . CATTLE hands, 8 pair Mare Mulea 15 years old. 1 pair Maro Mulea 15 2 hands, 3 years old. 1 pair Mara Mules 15 4 hands, 5 years old. 1 Horse 2 hands, 2 years ol- d- 5 Mulo 15 yearling Maro Mules, good ones. 3 suckling Maro Mulo Colta. 3 good Iirood Mares in foal to Jack, 5 to 10 old harness mare, a yoars. 1 old Gelding. X dandy. 1 old goldlng, good driver and 1 old family maro. COO bales ot good Timothy Hay. 1 4 1-3-1-- MULES AND HORSES 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 taUc it over. REMEMBER WHAT I SAY, you will al way a get a square deal with Holiday If interested. CALL UPON OR ADDRESS, ANOTHER GOOD FARM FOR SALE acros lying north of Herea on Berea and Richmond mils from public, school and two miles from lterea Thla farm Is good red bud, llino atone land, all in grass and Is one of tho best grass farina nenr Berea, Is woll watered, linn plenty of wood and timber to keep up placo and fenced all around with wlrd fence. One good orchard and fairly good Iioubo, barn aud outbuildings on place. This farm acres of land for the money In thla without nueatlon is the best 78 seotlon and can be bought any time within the next thirty days for only 45.86 pernore. Anyone wanting a Farm Bargain should make it known to J. I. Bloknell at oneo. right in tho busiI alno havo four of the most beautiful business-lotness seotlon ot lterea on Chestnut St., where such lota are worth one 21ft.-- in. x 00 ft. Prlee WOO each. thousand dollar each. These lota are I have other farms of varloua sires with prices and terms to ault purchaser in Koak castle, Garrard and Madison Cos, Couae, see and buy lands and lota. plko. Containing Oae-fourih 78 0 The Best Qualities of Col-leg- o. Staple and Fancy Groceries That the market can afford. Try a sack of our Lexington Cream Flour or Zarings Patent Flour, two of the best on the market. If we please you tell others; if not tell us. 0-- a G. D. Room 4, 0 Bma Buk A Trust HOLLIDAY Building . . BBREA, KY. ! I, J. P. MCKNELL HOC I4DY .Ky. BrM, Ky. SIX Mr, Howard quickly. "flood day," said Mr. Orlmm. The door opened and closed) he was gone. Three minutes later he stepped Into a telephone booth at a nuar-bcorner and took down the y THE CITIZEN Tut fnrt a moment latarpoieJ sion. I Mi glad ft4, ywt understand; glad that you were not" Shi stopped and fought back her emotion then went en: "But you must not como In: you must go away at one. Your your life Is In danger hrre." "How did you know I was coming? October 19, 1911 11 SERIAL 7 n STORY 9J ELUSIVE APtalmof Deliverance SUy Seaeel Uttm l I.EffSOM TKXT-Psa- BEREA PRINTING SCH( DEPARTMENT OF BEREA COLLEGE 2t, Oct, "Hello, then: 'This Is Mr. Qrlmm of tho Secret Bcrrlco. What numbor was Mr. Howard talking tot" "Kloron double-noug- contra!!" he called, and six, Alexan- ISABEL By JACQUES FDTRELLE dria," was tho reply. "Where Is the connection? In whose name?" "The connection Is five miles out on from Alexandria In a tho old Ilaltlmoro Road," came tho crisp, buslness-llkanswer. "The namo farm-hous- l:tajtrallnj Mrltkl, int. ' hjr M. UJ.I I HER tr T. IwtliM SYNOPSIS. MaaiUr UK.! Italian ambai-osxlo- r. Iloslnt. th la at dinner with diplomat whn messenirer summons him t tha em ft Tbassy, where a baautlful rounx woman Emit for a Uckrt to the embassy ball. la mado out In the name of h jflss ticket Thome. Chief Campbell of Isabel tha secret swyIch, and Mr. Orlmm.plothis la Acad dstectlre, ara warned that a In Waalilntion. and Grimm iroea Hla ball io the atatscalled, for Information. Tr.ftrne. la to Mlaa Iaabel who wtth her companion, disappear. A. 4hot la heard and Beuor Alvarea of the Mexican legation, la found wounded. Grimm li assured Mlaa Thome did It; ha fcrtsltx her, demanding knowledge ot the tfttlr. and arrest Metro r, rtroInnl. Mlaa and they Thome visit, an eld tilacuss a wonderful experiment. Fitly thousand dollara la atolen from the office of Stnor llodrlguec, tlw mlnlater front' TVeneiuela, and whllo detective are Investigating the robbery Mlaa Thome appears aa a curat of the legation. Orlmrn accuse her of tha theft: the money la vratored. but a new myalcry occur In the dlsnppearanm o( Monaleur Dolsaepur (he French ambassador. Blualva Mlaa Thorn reappear, bearing a letter1 which tales that the tunhaasador haa been and demanding ranaom. The return and again strangely he la rescued from an old ho ue lit lh suburbs. It la discovered that Pletro I'etroitnnl ahot Senor Atvarei knd that ha la Prince d'AbrunL Qrlmm Srurea In a mvaterloua Jail delivery. lie brders both Mlaa Thome and d'Abrusil the country: tney are conreyea a steamer i New York and placed on st return. (Irimiti'i coffee la drugged nd upon regaining conadouaneaa ho find aympathetlo note from Iaabel Thome. tie conspirator against ine goremmcni are located and their acheming la Qrlmm ordera d'Abruatl to do-troy the unsigned compact. Iaabel com. peia mm to ooey ana is termea a iru- the The detective ress by htati conspirators. officers of the envcrnment .scheme. ', Count OX fn-wln- g bomb-make- "Ooodby." A moment later he was standing by the curb waiting for a car, when Howard, still angry, and with an expression of deep chagrin on his face, camo bustling up. "If you can give me until afternoon, then" he began. Mr. Orlmm glanced around at him. and with a slight motion of his bead summoned two men who had been chatting near by. One of them was Dlalr, and tho other Hastings. "Take this man In charge," he di rected. "Hold him In solitary con finement until you hear from me. Don't talk to him. don't let any one else talk to him, and don't lot him talk. If any person speaks to him he Is locked up, take that person In charge also. Ho la guilty of no crime, but n single word from him now will endanger my life." That was all. It was said and done so quickly that Howard, dazed, and utterly unablo to account bo-focon-fuso- d Murdock Williams." "Thank you," said Mr. Orlmm. td s. la orer-hear- d. ; CHAPTER XXV. (Continued.) ""As I say, however. It Is absolutoly de- meet the- Inventor of the wireless percussion cap," Mr. Grimm explained (carelessly. "Tho negotiations have reached a point where the War De- bartment must hare one or two questions answered directly by tho Inventor. Simple enough, you see." "But It has been understood, and I fcavo personally Impressed It upon tho secretary of war, that such a mooting Impossible," objected Mr. Howard. fi negotiations haro been, conducted through me, and I haro, as attorney jfor the Inventor, the right to answer properly tny question that may' a request bo a for This now Is .personal lntervlow with tho Inventor." , "The necessity for such an Interview has risen unexpectedly, because pf a pressing need of elthor closing tho deal or allowing It to drop," Mr. Grimm stated. "I may add that the success of the doal depends entirely on this Interview." Mr. Howard was leaning forward In tils chair with wrinkled brow Intently studying tho calm face of the young man. Innocent himself of all the and International chicanery back of tho affair, representing only an Individual In theso secret negotiations, ho saw In tho statement, as Mr. Qrlmm Intended that he should, the possible climax of a great bust was His grocd ness contract. aroused; It might mean hundreds of thousands of dollars to him. "Do you think the deal can bo made?"' ho asked at last "I have no doubt there will be some sort of a deal," replied Mr. drlmm. "It Is onlr a request from the secretary of war that I be permitted to "I Have Been Cast Off by That Government, Stripped of My Rank, and Branded a a Traltorl" for anything, was led away without a protest. Mr. Grimm, musing gently on the stupidity of mankind In genera! and the ease wtth which It Is possible to lead even a clover Individual Into a trap. It the bait appeals to greed, took a car and went up briskly along a narrow path strewn with pine needles, which led tortuously up to an old colonial Outwardly the place seemed to be deserted. The blinds, battered and stripped of paint by wind and rain, were all closed and one corner of the small veranda bad crumbled away from age and neglect. In tho rear of the house, rising from an old barn,, a attachment thin pole with a cup-likat tho apex, thrust Its point Into the open above the denso, odorous pines. Mr. Qrlmm noted these things as he farm-house town. Some threo hours later he walked camo along. Ho stepped up quietly on tho ver- pendent on on Interview between the Inventor and myself at once this Afternoon." Mr. Howard thoughtfully drummed n bis desk for a little whllo. From the first, Bavo In so far as tho patent rights were concerned, he bad seen no reasons for tlio obligations of utter secrecy which had been enforced upon klra. Perhaps, if he laid It before lbs Inventor In this new llglit, with tho deal practically closed, the interview -- anda and bad Just extended one hand to rap on tho door when It was opened from within, and Miss Thorn stood before him. He was not surprised; Intuition had told him be would meet her again, perhaps hero In hiding. A sudden quick tenderness lighted the llstloss eyes. For an Instant she stood staring, her face pallid against the gloom of the hallway beyond, and she drew a long breath of relief, aa she pressed one hand to her eyes ivere breast. The blue-grarelied by drooping lids, then she recovered herself and tboy opened Into bis. In them he saw anxiety, apprehension, fear even. "Miss Thome!" be greeted, and he bowed low over the whlto band which the Impulsively thrust toward him. "I I know some one was coming," she stammered In a half whisper. "I dlda't know It was you; I hadn't definitely until 'this toitaat known that yeu were .afe from the explo y a would be posslblo! "I have no choice In the matter, Mr, Grimm," ho said at last. "I shall have to put It to my client, of course. Can you give me. say, half an hour, to communicate- with him DICKENS "Certainly," and Mr. Orlmm rose obligingly. "Shall I wall outsldo here For Forty-fiv- f MADE A COLONIST , At Ills side was a young fellow of 20, his face flushed with emotion. "Cood-by- , my boy, and Qod bless head. you," spoke the older man. "Do your "J can't do anything with Itlai," be duty and keep up your pluck." Metered savagely. "Ho sa simply The young man thought of all tb thit negotiations must be conducted good times be, bad bad, with hla father through me or BOt at atL of all tho wonderful talks, and Mr. Orlmrn bad risen; he bowed games, and Journeys they bad enjoyed ewrteously. together be and the best, the kindest "Very well." be said placidly. "You father In all the world the tears ajBdsrsUad, of course, as the note sprang to hi eyvs. The two gripped says, this refusal of big terrain-jate- a band again and tho train steamed away, Aid thai sight England w tho negotjtUoa. so "You may wait, If you don't mind" aid Mr. Howard. "I'll be able to let you know In a tew minutes, I hope," Mr. Orlmm bowed and paused out. At the end of twenty five minutes the door of Mr, Howard's private office opened aud he appeared. HU race was violently red. evidently from anger, aad perspiration stood on his fore- or call again?" e In Years His Bon Tolled 'ho Australian Bush. Forty-fivyears ago a keen, pleasant faced man In a green velvet waistcoat might have been seen on the platform at Waterloo Station, London. e tht ot battlo. They were tempted to say to the prophets that Pllablo in tb Slough ot Despond, angrily said to Christian who had urged blm to go on tho pllgrlmago to the Celestial because" He stopped; hope flamed up In her City: "Is this tbo happiness you have eyes and sho leaned forward eagerly told me all this whllo of?" Hut song of deliverance keep the celestial hope studying tho Impasslvo face. ever In view. They point out the "necauic ?" sho repeated. "It can only be because I am kill way to tho thlnga hoped for, and show ed," he added quietly. Suddenly his tho evidence of things not seen." whole manner changed. "I should llks "Thou haa been favorable unto thy to see land," shown by bringing back the Inventor?" "Dut don't you see don't' you see captivity of Jacob. Tbls was a most you will bo killed If V sho began marvolous event and not oven to be hoped for In tho natural course of tensely. "May I see the Inventor, please?" Ihlngs. Mr Orlmm Interrupted. "When the Lord turned again the For n llttlo tlmo sho stood, white captivity of Zlon." caused tho stream aud rigid, Blaring at him. Then her of captives that flowed to Babylon to lids fluttered down wearily, ns If to turn back and flow to Zlon; "like the veil somo crushing agony within her, streams In the south," In suddenness and she stepped aside. Mr. Qrlmm and overflowing fullness. entered and the door closed nolsolcss. The loving kindness of Qod provos ly behind him. After a, moment ber that he has forgiven their past transhand rested lightly on bis arm, and gressions. "Thou hast forgiven the ho was led Into a room to his left. Iniquity of thy people." Canceled It, This door, too, she closed. Immediate- aa an nccount of debt Is canceled, ly turning to face him. or taken away as a heavy, crushing "We may talk here a few minutes burden. Covered all their sin. Dlot- without Interruption," she said in a ted out of sight, covered It with a low tone. Her rolco was quite calm mantle, so that they wero la Qod's now. "If you will bo?" sight as those who had never sinned. "Pleaso understand. Mitt Thome," We need forgiveness as wide as the ho Interposed mercilessly, "that I sin. And we find In tbo Bible as many must see the Inventor, whoever bo Is. terms expressing' forgiveness as we What assurance have I that this It found for expreslng sin Forgive, Renot fcomo ruso to permit him to es- mit, Send away, Cover up, Blot out. cape?" Destroy, Wash away. Cleanse. "You have my word o. honor," sh The returned oxtles gained a new said quite simply. knowledge of Ood's Word, a new "Please go on." He sat down. world experlcnco, they lost Inde"You will see him t';o soon, I fenr," pendent nation, but gained the Indetbo sho continued, slowly. "If you had rol pendent church, from which blossomcome to him he would have gone ti ed the Messiah, the Saviour of the you." She swayed a little and pressed world. The old. eternal law ot sin ono hand to her eyes. "I would tc and death was Irrevocable, never God It wcro In my power to prevent ceased; but the changed character that meeting!" she exclaimed desper- permits a new law to override the ately. Then, with an effort: "There consequences. In tho words of Dr. are somo thlngu I want to oxplaln ' John Thomas of Liverpool: "Every you. It may be that you will bo will- roan who knows anything knows that ing to go then of your own freo will one law can be neutralized by anoth If I lay baro to you every step I turn er. ot gravitation There Is a taken since I have been In Washing which keeps this law hero upon the Bible ton; If I make clear to you every oh desk. That law cannot bo altered, U scure point In this hideous Intrigue; cannot be stopped; It will draw, and If I confess to you that the Latin com draw, pact has been given up for all time, J say or and draw, whatever you may do, It neutralized won't that bo enough? Won't you gs oy tue law butmy can bo I can of win. lirt the then?" book and mako the law of gravitation Mr. Orlmm's teeth closed with to appear as though It wero not That snap. la exactly what we say about the par you," hi "I won't want that from don ot sin and the arrest ot Its consedeclared. quences." "Dut If I should tell It all to your Qod has done much for them, but sho pleaded. "I won't listen. Miss Thorno. Yov they longed for more. So many evlli was one paid mo the compliment of say- remained, tho nationwhat Ityet so Immight be. ing that I was one man you knew to perfect, bo far from whom you had never been disappoint- Illustration from Dr. Chapman's aded." The listless eyes were blazing dress to tho Harvard students. "Refriends, that It Is Qod'a 'nto her own now. "I havo never member,, your life and mine must been disappointed In you. I will not standard permit you to disappoint me now. The coma up against, A friend of mine secrets of your government are mine went to see an old washerwoman, and If I can get them but I won't allow as ho entered tho houso tho sheets hanging on tho line In front of the you to tell them to me." "My government," Miss Thorne re- houso Impressed blm as especially peated, and her lips curled sadly, 1 white, spotlessly white. He went Into I havo no government. I have been tho house, and was there for soma cast off by that government, stripped time. It had commenced to snow In of my rank, and branded as a tral the meantime. When be came out, ho noticed that the snowflakes had tor!" "Traitor!" Mr. Qrlmm's Hps formed been falling on tho clothes, and that tho sheets did not seem white at all, the word silently. "I failed, don't you see?" she rushed but yellow rather. He spoke to the on. "Ignominy Is the reward" of fail- old washerwoman. 'Why, what's the ure. Prince d'AbruzzI went on tc matter? 'They looked so rery white New York that night, cabled a full when I came In, and now they don't account of tho destruction of tho com- look wblto at all.' The old woman pact to my government, and sailed said: 'What can stand against, Qod home on tbo following day. I was the Almighty's white. " There Is a charming llttlo booklet responsible one, and now It all come back on me." For a moment she was called "Expectation Corner," an allesilent. "It's so singular, Mr. Qrlmm. gory on prayer almost as good aa "PilA poor man In Tho fight from tho first was betwocn grim's Progress." Redeemed lead mourned over hla povuii we two; and you won." erty, and was taken at last to see (TO DK CONTINUED.) the Lord's treasure bouses. There be found a room called the Missed Blessings Ofuco, full of blessings marked for him which bis weak faith would not expect, so that hla door was London and Rochester and Oad's closed when they wero brought. He another storehouse, called the De Hill wcro shut out for fortflT-- i years while the young man worked layed Blessings Office, full of good and dreamed and hoped In the Aus- things for which the receivers were tralian bush. The elder msn was not prepared, or which were not fully Charles Dickens the younger was his ripened for their best use. They wero son, Alfred Tennyson Dickens, god son growing and would be isiit In fullness of time. of the poet laureate. Truth shall spring out ef tho earth, Forty-fivyears passed. And then one morning Alfred Tennyson Dick- from men oa earth, as Blasts grow ens, no longer young, but with white from the ground. They seel. Qod "la sincerity and In truth," and such prayhair, arrived In his native London. ers recelvo the answer of righteousness from hearea, a right heart, a Ansae) of Optlmlit. The man who accepts calamity right life, Inspiration to righteousness, when It hits him aa so much necessary sad guidance la the right way, "They UWllclne administered for his ows that tow la tears" of sUictre repeat good, and makes no ,ugly faco whrm ftavre and toll, "shall reap la joy." Aa Haggat tsU them that drought, swallowing defeat, even 'I he admits li, la net to be olassed as a rnulmlil aad mildew, aad meager crops were Such a man Is far ahead of the optlsa, the Bualsbmeat fertbelr sins and !rr listen, so bow the blessing of pre 1st who laslsts he never had auythtEf handed him and foots huino'f, aa U ssrlty are promised at the risible re fiaj-aad else of Ood's favor. does others. of tho-r-t- ho e Inquired Mr. Qrlmm. "From the moment Mr. Howard telephoned," she replied, still hastily, stilt In tho mysterious hajf whisper. "I know that It could only bo soma ono from your bureau, and I hoped that It was you. I saw how you forcod him to call us up here, and that was all you needed. It was simple, of course, to traco tho telephone call." Doth of her hands closed over ono of his desperately. "Now, go, pleaso. Tho Latin compact Is at an end; you merely Invite death hero. Now, go!" Her eyes wcro searching (he listless face with entreaty In them; tho slender fingers wero fiercely gripping ono of Mr. Orlmm's nerveless hands. For an Instant somo strange, softening light flickered In the young man's eyes, then It passed. "1 have no choice. Miss Thorno," he said gravely nt laat. "I am honor bound by my government to do one of two things. If I fall In the first of those the greater It can only be ltll SpeelaSf Arrantrd f w TMl Paper lm MKMOIir VKR8&S-10-- 1I. GOLDEN TBXT-'T- hs Lord hath don great thing for us; whereof we are glad." -- Iaa. 1H:J. rt.ACB IN HIBTOnT-J- Uit when this waa written I unknown, but In II plrlt It belong to the return from th exile, tha time of our laat two leisons. Psalms 1!L IS, 124. 130 ara among th Pilgrim Ptatm. K. rlm a tf ecksea el ovr wsrk.) leUer.hcads, cards, report, sermons, and Print hand-billbocks In the best manner, and at lowest prices. Your patronngu is asked to help sclfsupportin( students, and to insure your (fctting your money's worth. Call at the office, or send orders by mail. You will get satisfaction. Terms cash. Address (The Ckiua m EREA PRINTING SCHOOL, lerea, Ky. vivifying power Into tho hearts of tho returned exiles, who In the midst ot their Joy wore overwhelmed with difficulties, and hardships and discouragements. The reality was far different from tbo Idea! pictures In their minds. They had soon Victory glori ous In tbo distance, but were not plunged Into the turmoil and smoke "Psalms of Deliverance" came as a 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 the College has a number of houses, large and small, some of them partly furnished, to rent on reasonable terms. Address THE COLLEGE TREASURER, Berea, Ky. THE BEREA HOSPITAL NURSE TRAINING SCHOOL OF REREA COLLEGE Has of a limited number of patients. creases prospects of recovery. operating room and nil modern appliances for can Hospital treatment gnatly Rates One Dollar a day and up. Bond for prompt payment required. For further particulars address THE HOSPITAL, Berco, Ky. ' If Mrs. Jones buys her coffee at Smith's each week If the coffee in your store is better than Smith's and cheaper Why. TELL MRS. JONES I Don't dash wildly across the street to tell her, though; she'd laugh at you. Insert a sane, forceful advertisement in this paper about your coffee. We'll catch her eye by making your ad. attractive. Then all that Is left for you to do is to take in the money for the coffee Mrs. Jones buys. Find the Man Every ma a aadwossaa teaaxlena bay some article necessity or luxury svery day of his or ber life. Single handed it would take yoa months to seek out those interested in your Line of business. Aa advertisement ia this paper does the work lastaataaeously. It corrals the purchaser brings hita to your store makes him buy things you advertised. to (Cbctf ai, uat, r w. m. uj cotrtt. . r w. m. u.) Enlarging Your Business If you are in business and you want to make more money you will read every word we have to annually, and then carefully note the effect it has ia increasing your volume of business; whether a to, ao or 30 per cent increase. If you watch this gain from year to you will become intensely and bow you can make it in- say. Are you spending your money for advertising in haphazard fashion as if intended 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 terested in your advertising, en- large your business. If you try this method we measured in dollars and cents. If you have not, you are throwing money away. Advertising is a modern business necessity, but must be conducted on business principles. If you are not satisfied with your advertising you should set aside a certain amount of money to be spent believe you will not want to let a single issue of this paper go to press without something from your store. We will be pleased to have you call on us, and we will take pleasure in explaining our annual contract for so many inches, and how it can be used in wRatever amount that seems necessary to you. If you can sell goods over the counter we can also show you why this paper will best serve your interests when you want to reach the people of this community. The Right Kind of Rending Matter The home newe ; the doing i of tha people In this town; the goetip of our ewn community, that's the first kin of reading matter you want. It is more important, more interesting to you than that given by the paper or magazine from the eutside world. It is the first reading matter you should buy. Each luue of this paper gives to yeu just what you will consider tb d Tho Right Kind ot Remdlng Matter. T " "IT dUbir if, 1911 NEW TREATMENT OF SCOURS Mysterious Awong Calves ueeestfully Treated by Prof. Wll-se- n of Canadian College. Disease THE CITIZEN FREQUENT FAILURES MADE IN CONSTRUCTION OF THE SILO KisttaJt Meat Cemnonly Encountered Is That of Not Pre - parlna; (ev Outward Pressure et Silas Walla Should Be As Nearly Perpendicular As It Is Possible to Malta Them. BEREA Five Great Schools Under One Managemeir FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE Of THE MOUNTHINS What Arc Year Talent T What Arc Year Aims? Berea Has the Training That Ia Best Par YOO. ycra i assjrsaaVWWWaM REAL PRODUCT Of THE COW to Amount of Butttr Fat Statement Produced Made tnetead of Quantity of Butttr. correspondent asks why we say a cow produced a certain quantity of butter fat instead of butter, lie tayi ho wants to know bow much butter the cow gave and not bow much fat Tbo amount of butter fat la given be- cauio It la tbe real product of tbe cow and because It can be accurately determined, wbereaa tbe amount of A milk tint still continuing the lactio acid bacilli unui tne ninth day, when ordinary Important step In vet-v i uni ueeu mans oj Professor Wilson of the Harper-Aams Agricultural collego, says the Canadian Farm. Some farmers in Salop had Buffered heavy loss by a mysterious disease among their calves which was so deadly that not one escaped. They showed signs of Illness at about two days old and got worse until they died about a weekater. The farmer who appealed to the college for aaslstanco had never been able to rear a single cnlf of his own breeding. Those bought at a fortnight old did quite well. Professor Wilson after post mortem examinations diagnosed It as a form of septicaemia or blood poleonlng, and after an ineffectual attempt to shut out tbe malignant germs by ligation and dlslnfoctlon'of the naval cords, hit upon the Idea of giving lactic acid bacilli in skimmed milk during tbe first day and gradual-i- y . irtmn nAii- j uiiumutj -d A somewhat Are TlaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBr 'SSSSsVt!' BSBSBSBSBSBSBSaPiBSBsff eaaaaaaaaaaataaaK TpBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBK SSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBS WBmWKSPSKtSKKtM A 'JsBSBttSSKsEaqBSBSBSBSBBSBSBSBW SBvBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBfl Introducing 'JBHlBBBBBk:'' SSSafBBBBBBBBBHsaSBSBSBSBSBSM.' BBBBBBBBBBK. th Aim' jsMsBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBC? P and Farmer. LIKES effeetWn In Ihn tnitMi mnrn "prevalent disease, white scours In caives, ana me principle may not stop here. Bettlnr bacilli In kill hnrllll may yet prove a fundamental principle Babcock Tetter. in animal medicine and It is possible that ireat dovelonmenta mar arim out butter made from a cow'a milk la not of Investigations along these lines. , Jl i .l I a production. If tbe butter-make- r leaves 20 per cent of water In hta butter the MILK STOOL WITH A HANDLE cow'a record will ahow up much better than If bo kecpa tbe water down Not 8o Liable to Be Thrown In Corto 16 per cent It wo giro cow'a ner or Dropped Behind Cow to In teraa of butter tbe amount of Accumulate Dirt molature in tbe butter muat also be atated, whereas If siren in terms of If a milk stool bas no handle on It. butter fat tbe record Is absolute, and one Is liable to throw It in tbe corner no analysts to determine molature in or drop It behind the cow, and with butter la necessary. Tbe cow pro thla careless treatment it soon gets duces butter fat; man makea butter out of It It ia the cow'a product and not what somebody makea out of It that should be credited to tbe cow. Dut our correspondent wanta to know how much butttr a cow circa. If the butter la properly made the amount of of the fat will be about quantity et butter. Some calculate s of tho butter, that the fat ia Handy Stool. IruUbutter only 80 per cent fat cannot be legally sold. National Stockman very dirty, and from It la DrOYlnc . rations were reached. This treatment baa been slngula'rly successful and not a single calf has been lost since. What is of more general Importance, however. Is that this treatment la ''kHH BSSaSB?aSBSSBBVSBSBSBSBSBSBSBral FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thoe. A. Edwards, Superintendent Hera yvef will ba placed with others like yourself, under a special teacher, aad maaaj oat. rapid progress. You wilt master Arithmetic and the commas branches aad be ready to as them. You will have singing, drawing, fans aad household management and free On year la tbe Foun ' dation School coats less than $90 and Is worth 11.000. Are you aiming to be a teacher! Then join the NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Here you wlU be trained that you will fear no examination, and you will be taught how ta teach. The demand for Here trained teachers far exceeds the supply. Are you Interested In earning money! THE VOCATIONAL- - SCHOOLS, Mile E. Marsh, Dean. . Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. ' Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. .Printing, and Business Course, Ete. Hera you soon double your earning' power, and learn te enjoy dotasY rl text-bookBook-Bindin- not far advanced? Then eater the vSQKBiKSbbHbbbbbbbbbbbbI . . ... fBBBBBBBBBBBBnBmBMB&aSuHsBBBBBBBB taBBBBBBBJBRllBPK'BVBYJ tdBBBBBBBBBBBBBmr v z vH"i', ve4M2cP'lHlaaaJaaaaaaaaa1 '"IBbVsIBBBBBBbVbBVBfJ Modern Cement Silo on Fernwood Some of the failures of silos have been due to carelessness In filling, but more often to faulty construction of the silo. Formerly many silos were mado by sheathing one of the bays In tbe barn. With these alios and other forms of wooden square alios a lining must be Dairy Farm, Royersford, Pa. rec-or- da five-sixt- four-fifth- GUERNSEY COW BEST Choice Calve Secured and They Grow Large at Early Age Corn Silage la Indispensable. chief attention la tbe cattle line Tbe calves run with their mother until perfectly nor mal. Thla gtvea me choice calves, and they grow large at an early age. The calvca are 'allowed to eat what they My la with the Guernsey. WerererJsBrererererereV!arHr8I ..SBBBBBBBBBBBBL?BHBBBBBBBBBal ASBBBK Excellent Type of Guernsey. will on algbt. After they have reached the proper ago they are fed whole corn and wheat bran and all the, good hay they will eat. Even on grata I give tbe calves some grain. I prefer to keep the cattle tied In separate stalls except the cow that calves. These are placed In box stalls. The cows are turned out dally in the winter time. An open ahed haa been provided, bow. vcr, ao that In rough weather .they have good shelter. Tbe cows are fed twice eaeb day, says a writer in an exalio very ptennlng to jLib ao aa to havebuild a for future allage wtly, change Jafrs. I am satisfied that corn silage la Indispensable in feeding beef cattle, and that It la one of tbe most economical means of providing roughage food yet devised. Caring for Cream. The dairy bureau of the department of agriculture at Washington recently received letters from nearly 300 creameries, located in 27 states. In which thoy report the amount of sour cream received to be or from 2 to 100 per cent, of tho total receipts, and the average abowa 60 per cent of the cream to ba of inferior quality. In order to overcome tbe great losi necessarily sustained from tbe aale of tho butter made, from poor cream, a large number of creameries are now buying cream and paying for It according to quality, and they are a premium for the finest butter. Importance of Water. The dairy farmer who has any re- gard at all for his reputation ought to be especially careful about bla water supply, for it ia a matter of record that aerlous outbreaks of typhoid are very often traceable to the Impure water supply where the milk is made. I Price of Butter. When farmers can get 25 cents or more far a fair quality of butter, as at present, there Is money la it for them and they can afford to give that branch of husbandry a great deal more attention than tbey do. built across the corners and tbe silage well tramped down slong tbe edges or there will be conciderable loss of what would otherwise be valuable stock feed. This aty(e ot silo, however, has become less common, and but few square silos of any kind are built at the present time. Even when silos sre built Inside of a barn tbey are often circular. The octagon silo' Is an improvement over tho square form, but aa a rule the walls of this the dirt a made carried on the banda to the teats, from form of silo have not whence It drops Into the pall, says rigid enough. Too often the walls of silos are not a writer in the Farm ana Home. Tne Unless tbe walls of illustration shows how I make my made with milk stools with a handle on them. It wooden silos sre made is easy to grab this handle and one tar paper, felt pads, or clay worked la generally careful to set the stool Into the joints, much silage will be wasted. Ninety per cent of ataye silos down upon Us legs. are not at tbo foundation. Tbe shrinkage and swelling of staves CARE OF CREAM breaks the cement, which must be PROPER frequently mended. Some losses have Excellent Plan la to Have Shotgun occurred because the ends of the staves have been decayed. Can for Each Milking and deliver Good, Clean Product The iron bands of a stave silo must be examined frequently, or they will It Is useless to ask your butter- fall down as the staves shrink. Somemaker to 'turn out a first class product times the Iron splices rust Unless a with cream that haa been abused be stave silo la well anchored It may be moved from' Its foundations or even fore it la delivered. Of course, the cream must be kept blown down. cool all tbe time. You cannot make The walls ot a silo must be rigid a good product by keeping it in a or they cannot stand the pressure. warm room. When the sides begin to bulge, air A better way to take caro of the can get between the silage and the cream ia to have a shotgun can for walla. Dont Burn Off Pasture. each milking. Just beforo going to Brick slloa without reinforcement In tho opinion ot Professor Ten the factory, empty ail this into tbe have been failures because ot the Eyck, It Is a poor practice to burn off shipping can and deliver a good, clean pressure from the inside. product The modern silo Is a structure with the paaturo in late fall or early If you must keep tbe separator In airtight walls and a height usually spring. the barn, have a good, tight partition making a clean, sanitary separator Through my milk house I have a room. line abaft and by means of small belts Harmful bacteria may bo harbored pulleys I can attach my cream in the filth upon the walls and floor FARM MACHINE and separator, my pump and a grindstone. of tbo separator, room. Bee that there Dy means ot tight and loose pulleys la no filth tbcro. Portable Gasoline Engine Can be 1 can run one or all of them at the . same time. Uaed for Shreddlns Cora, Sawino Wood and This lino shaft extends through tbe OUier Jobs. milk house and six feet Into tbe shed. To this end of the shaft I connect my (By U a. JOI1NBON.) engine by means ot a clutch coupling Thoso who have never used a gaso- and when I want to use any of tbe line engine c!5 hardly reallzo what a above-namemachinery all I have to labor saving and profltablo machine do Is to turn on the oil and let It go. Is on the farm. li Ot course to do several kinds of To do any and all kinds of work work with the same engine It Is nee- the farmer wants at least a as 'tho purchase price and the cost of running one Is but very llttlo one a more than the cost It Is well known that milk nbsorbs and with the larger of smaller can engine you impurities. do a great deal more work than with Don't shut tbe cows from tbo stable tbe smaller one. or shed too early. With my englno I can drlvo a Bpray each cow Just before milk Just aa easily as a steam ening night and morning. Don t breed heifers too young unless gine would and with much less cost as the engineer's wages are saved, ycu wish a dwarfed breed. Milkers should wash their hands besides the cost of fuel for steam power, which Is greater than tbe cost Power Portable Engine. thoroughly beforo milking. of milk stand In the of gasoline tor the same power. Never let caul essary to have tbe machine on portFor ten hours' running of my ensun awaiting transportation. power, It able aklds so ns to be able to. move Milk should be left In the bottle in gine, which Is takes ten gallons ot oil per day. This It from one place to another. which It haa been delivered, until and The at eleven cents per gallon, makes the enough skids should be largeand long used. to place, tho engine tanks A cow that is a small eater will bear cost ot running for ten hours $1.10 on tbe same baso by having one end "watching. She is pretty sure to be a that Is when running up to Its full of tho aklds slanting like a sled runcapacity. small producer, ner. Dut, when the work Is not so heavy warmer tne milk tbe quicker The It Is an easy matter to move tbe enthe bacteria multiply and tbe quicker you can run on less oil. This depends gine from one place to another with altogether on what you are doing, or a pair of will sour. tbe milk horses. A herd of good dairy cows is tbe tbe power necessary to do It best Insurance against hard times or a This same engine may be uaed for Outbreak of Cholera. All you need la slump In prosperity. driving a wood-saw- , When an outbreak ot bog cholera circular The pails used for reeding tbe a saw frame, a occurs on a farm the berd should ba h saw and about 40 feet'of calves should be scalded regularly cut-of- t every time they are uaed. belt and you are well equipped quarantined and all possible precau-tlon- s taken against tbe spread ot tbe One man aays tbe first year ot for milking Is tbe proper time in which With this outfit two mm will saw infection In tho neighborhood. to make the foundation for a persist- as much wood la five hours as four ent milker. Avoid Close firaxlng. men will saw In ten hours with tbe It is quite customary among dairy common cross-cu- t Close or late erazlnc should ba ear saw and do It so feeding calves skim milk much easier and cheaper, men to quit fully avoided because the young plants when they attain tbe age of eight to I also use my engine for pumping need tbelr green leaves In order te nine months. water and running a cream separator. produce a vigorous root growth. air-tigalr-tlgh- t, alr-tlg- twice its diameter, and Is strong enough to withstand the natural pressure ot Its contents when full. This pressure Is greatest from two to six dsys after filling. Tho silage at this time begins to heat and settle, and, it the walls arc not sufficiently rigid to prevent any bulging, a cactJderablo loss of silage will result. Tbe walla should be as nearly perpendicular aa possible, and the diameter rfbould be tbe samo from the bottom to the top. A mistake sometimes made was In building the silo of too largo a dlam eter for tbe Bite of the herd ao that the sllago spoiled by too long exposure of the surface. In one case a man with a small herd built a silo In his barn IS feet square and 16 feet high. After two years trial he gave up the use of the silo In disgust because the sllsge did not keep. A year or so later be sold his farm to a more progressive man, who built partitions across the same silo, mak' Ing four small silos out of the large one, and had no difficulty In obtaining good allage for hla stock. The alio snouia be deep. Tne deeper me suo the better tbe silage. The diameter should conform to the size of the herd, and If two Inches of silage are fed each day there will be no- loss from surface exposure. It Is desirable to prevent silage from freezing. Tbe double wall concrete silo and those built ot rectangular building tile accomplish thla object as well as any. Stone silos pre vent freezing, but many owners of stone slloa do not like them because moisture collects on the Inside ot the walls and rota silage along the edge. A roof helps to keep out tho frost, snow and rain. things in a superior manner. Are you desiring the next beat thing to a College Courser Than take two years or three years in the QKNERALvACADEMY COURSE, Francis K. Matheny, Dean. Twa ears, or three years, in such practical studies as will fit you for an honor-abl- e and useful life. You select your studies from such aa these: Phys- -: ology the science ot health; Clvics-t- he science ot government; Grammaa the art of correct speech and letter-writinEthics tho science of right, and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence it Botany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady; Physics tae science ot machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, ate etc Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start an the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis B. Matheny. Dean. Dest training In Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. s haa Ha own and Men's Dormitory, and a large body; CoV of students of high character and ability, aata instructors, and usa-a- f lega Library and apparatus. class-room- -- Tha-Acade- my Berea College The Collego Itself stands apart from all tho other schools oader Its maa stgement and haa long maintained tho highest standards knows la the Sou taw To conform to the Carnegie standards we have diminished our former ra quirementsl Required and elective studies wka opportunity to conoentratss-s- a particular lines. Largest college library an Kentucky. laboratories equipped for student practice. Conrsea leading to the degrees of A. R, BL 8, B. L, and B. Ped. MUSIC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory Band, may be' taken for special fees la connection with work Ja any of tha above schools). Questions Answered Berea, Friend of Working Students. Berea College, with Ha aSWateCk schools, is not a Instltatiea. It requires certain fees, bat: , It expends many thousands of dollars each year for tho benefit of its giving highest advantages at lowest east, and arranging for student to earn and save In every way. OUR SCHOOL 18 LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations te sroteoC the character and reputation ot the young people. Our students come froas-thbest families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any whs may be alck the College provides doctor and .nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents la Berea live ta College building, aadf aaaUt is work of boarding hall, farm and ahoDs, recelvlag valuable traiai money-making ata-dents- e labor saving leg, and getting pay according to the' value of thetr labor. Except is wla4 ter it is expected that alLwlll have a chance te- - ears a. part er their eoai penees. Write to the Secretary before cemtog.ta' aeewre easleyHient PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, ete, varyj with different people. Berea favors plain, clothing. Our climate la the bestj but aa students must attend classes regardless of the weathor, worm W rapes' and underclothing, umbrellas aad overshoes' are necessary, The tlve Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas ana other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPEN8E8 are really betow cost The College asks bo rem for the fine buildings in which sti'dents live, charging only enough roonti rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding anai towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, fl.35 a week, In the fall,. and Il.EO in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing ot bedding, 40 to (0 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEE8 are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," aa guarantee for return ot room key, library books, etc This is paid but once, and ts returned a ben the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for core of school bulla Ings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services ot teachers all our instruction is a free gift). Tho, Incidental Fee for most' students is 15.00 a term, 16.00 In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 in Colle- -' giate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent bjr the term, board by tho half term. Installments are as follows: Co-per- Vocational FALL TERM and Foundation Academy School. and Normal. $ 6.00 6.60 9.46 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 1 6.00 7.00 9.46 College- Incidental Fee Room Board, 7 weeks Amount due Sept 13, 1911 Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911 - 7.0- 7.08V 9.4S 23.4K 9.4K ' (22.46 9.46 $31.90 31.40 $ 6.00 7.20 9.00 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $30.70 $ 6.00 Total for term If paid In sdvance VVINTER'TERM $32." ft32.4 $ 7.0a 7.26V '$29.00 $ 6.00 6.00 9.00 $20.00 9.00 Incidental Fee noom , 6 weeks ju-d- , .0 $23 Amount due Jan. 3, 1912 Board 0 weeks, due Feb. 14, 1912 9.09 Ja corn-ahredd- Total for term If paid In advance SPRING TERM ...,.$29.00 $28.50 $ 6.00 $32.29 . $31J f 7.0 Incidental Fee Room Board, S Ten-Hors- e weeks 4.00 6.75 $15.75 6.75 $22.60 $22.00 67)0 6.75 $17.75 6.75 $24.60 124.00 6.09 6.7 e Amount due March 27. 1912 Beard 6 weeks, due May 1, 1912 $18.78 6.78 $25.69 $25.09 Total for term...' If paid In advance Plan .Now, Come January 3d young man or young woman can got an education aC Any Berea It there Is the wlll.to do so. N It u a great advantage to start In tbo Fall and have a full yenr of continuous study. Many young people waste tlmo In tho public schools going over and over the same things, when they might bo Improving niucb faster by coming to Derea and starting In on new studies with Home ot tha beat j'ouug men and women from other counties and States. ' Make your plans to come January 3d, m For Information or friendly advice wrlto to the Secretary. able-bodie- d -- good-size- six-Inc- wood-makin- D. WALTER MORTON, berea, ky. Tam Eight. THE CITIZEN. stotxeoitott.oitoiiji October I9 191 etooNeaeitoo0oltMli f txJ flt. Writ ?Ulaly. It f SOHOHOHOHOHOlOOilOHOHOl001OjOHOiOJOlOj0IOKOOXOHoS 5 9 East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Mn,.Mf...M tmkllihrt Mint Uttti in TMt not lot pitUrttloi, bit foil g g o ty tU wrltir. Ite titt f v. Second half of Fall Trm bcglnf, Indian Creek. Mr. W. M. McColltim Wednesday, Nov. 1st. Only half tho lost hla bucgy horse last week. building a houso Incidental foo will bo charged for Mr. J. W. Hurloy is entering then. Every day is near tho mouth of Hooten whero ho those loxpocta to movo Boon. Almla Tussey bringing new students. Messrs. Alfred Mooro Cavo cemetery. of Madison Cc preaciieu ai inuian bslnesg trip Mr. and Ham Farmer mado a Crook throo nights last week. to McKco, today. Miss Sarah Till-erLeonard Gabbard attended church at teachor In Pond District, passed Sand Gap last Sunday. Prayer meet to thru today enrouto to Gray Hawk ing every Saturday night Born to visit her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Grovcr Gabbard, n ba parents COUNTY aro tho proud JACKSON 6th. U. M. Hurley, Jr., Kllhu Roso by girl, tho Mooro of a fine baby girl. Alfred McKKE of Egypt, bought the place of l.d f Mess-lkilled a couplo of large copperheads McKco, Oct, 1C Rev. Isaac Gabbard, near the mouth of llooten day. Mrs. W. T. Poff vismade a business trip to Derea last for $300 and will movo soon, air. tho other ited homo folks In Madison County, Bradshaw vis- till V. u rinlihnril visited lu . Thursday. Miss Ellen ' llllOi titinv Daniel Ga')- - - last week. Allen Pow)l, Inspector ited at Berea and Livingston last Isiuy uuuv locfCompany, was in our week. Mrs. Jeffcreon, State Secre- bard is building a chimney for J. 'W . ' for Russell Mrs. Mary this wook. vicinity Daughters, lectured Hurley. Ed. Gabbard went to tary of tho ICIng's daughter visited Mrs. W. Friday, on business. Wil- Mooro and nt tho Academy last Thursday night. progress King's Daughters met at Mri. ey Roberta bought a fine yoko of T. Poff, Saturday. School is ing nicely at Dry Fork under uio on Friday afternoon. Mcsslcr's oxen from Davo Hcllard for $125. Instruction cf Alfred Moore Mr. J. 'County Attorney, C. P. Moore, Is makTVNKIl n. Mooro mado a business trip to repairs nnd additions ing extensive Oct. 15, Tho warm rainy McKoo, tho 11th. L. 0. Tyner, to his dwelling house. Sheriff dam-og- o AN APPEAL TO THE I7TH Llttlo Is haying a new roof put on weather Is doing considerable Mooro to shocked corn. C. P. osworth Not the Man Monroo Bowles, his dwelling house. hero at his oil (From the Evening Post) who has resided In Loulsvlllo for the if McKeo has been past weak. Tho Seventeenth Senatorial district past two years, Is visiting his fathnr Lome gathering apples, the Mr. and Mrs. Riley Mooro of St. Is composed of tho counties of Jack Hamilton of Rockmothcn-Jo- hn and vicinity, son, Rockcastle, Pulaski, Laurel, castle Co. visited his mother last Fri- Helens havo moved to this Saturday. Dr. J. Harry Hen-dre- on the property known as tho An it Whitley, Knox and Bell. day and Independent candidate for State Mirry Patton place. Mrs. McVey of It Is largely Republican and it visiting should send to Frankfort a Senator Senator, spoke to a crowd of voters i.ear London, who has been Magpie Dunlin, heartily in accord with tho Republican Frank Baker has Just returned In tho Court room, Saturday after- her daughtor, Mrs. homo from Richmond whero ho has C. OTtear will speak tor the past two weeks, has returned platform, and ono who would noon. Hon. E. Cart-- r ato in the legislative program of been for a few days on' business. at McKco on tho 24th. Everybody home. Mr. and Mrs. John In L A. McCrackcn, our hustling busiJudge O'Rear. urged to como and hear him. It Is write that they aro settled Is and are well satisfied. L. 0 who has recclv ness man of Climax, la filling up hla largest crowd ever Mr. Joe Bosworth. predicted that the seen In McKeo will be here on that Mooro purchased a nlco horso from W. J. Jonis day. D. O. Collier started to Atlanta, Levi Pennington for $63. returned from Ga.. last Sunday. Ho was summoned tnd son, Everett, have as witness In the Federal Court there. Richmond where thoy bought six A Mr. Fulton, representing tho Rlt-t- nice mules. Mr. and Mrs. Mlddleln 'Be strong, wc arc not here to play, to dream, to drift; Lumber Co., of Huntington, W. Freemon of Garrard Co., were In this We have hard work to do and loads to lift. vicinity tho past week looking for a Va., was In town last Saturday takJoin in the struggle; face it, 'tis God's gift. ing options on right of ways for soino new home. J. M. Morgan and J. H. for tho X oore engaged In a wrestle, Saturday, kind of tralnway or railroad Be strongLsay not "The days are evil; who's to blame?" falling and smashing W. K. Jon"a' transportation of timber. And fold hands and acquiesce; oh, shame! fchow case and cutting Morgan's hand llL'OII. took eight stitches Stand up, step out, and bravely, in God's name. Hugh, Oct. 16. Born to Mr. and to badly that it on tho 6th. to closo tho wound. Mrs. Sheams, a boy, Be strongl it matters not how deep intrenched the wrong, CAItICO Mother and baby are doing well. How hard the battle'goes, the day how long. J. A. Park Is moving to Whites StaCarico, Oct. 16. Mrs. Charley Lear Tom gives the song." Taint not, fight on; tion to make his future homer Is very poorly, yet. Died, tho 13th, Parks' stand. Mrs. Sallle Fowler uf tho wlfo of Buck Cunagln. She was Berea Is going to sell goods and keep buried the 14th at the Cunagln gra 'e postofflco in the store house. ard. She loaves a husband, and seve Protracted meeting begins here, Sun- ul children and a host of friends to day night, with Rev, Parsons and mourn her loss. W. F. Cole injured ed the republican nomination, does store. Ho seems to bo doing a good others, as preachers. Mr. and Mrs. his crippled knee very badly tho not meet the demands of the hour. business. Jno. Young was visiting G. Drew, were the guests of their other day. Married last week, Mr. Mr. Bosworth has openly declared friends at Climax, Saturday. Arthur ll night. Francis parents, Sunday Ben Tusscy of this place to Miss his opposition to tho county unit law Clark was visiting J. M. Rector, Sun was the guest of her sister, Sat- Jaloy Durham of Loam. Wo wish and when in tho Legislature did oil day. Tho Misses Jane, Susie and Ef" urday night. All tho ladles in our them a happy future. Mrs. Jack he could to prevent the passage of fie Rector wero visiting their grandneighborhood are trying for the new Lakes moved last week to Mrs. such a law. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Rector, Eng-le- 's stove to bo given away at R, J. residence to make her fuHImes' If tho voters In tho Seventeenth Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Philip" to tho lady that brings tho most ture home. S. R. Roberta has 105 Senatorial district are Republicans of Goochland wero visiting Jas, Sox-to- n ll eggs In 90 days Salem and Tom logs on the river bank ready to brand and stand for the Republican platand family at Climax. Sunday. have returned from Hamilton for tho Livingston Lumber Co. Mr. form, thoy do not want Mr. Bosworth S. A. Holt was visiting I. R. McCrack- and Mlddletown, Ohio, where they John Fowler passed through hero as their representative. en. Sunday. There wero church servi have been the past month. If on the record of Mr. Bosworth ces at Johnetta. Sunday, the Rev. last week taking options for a and Mrs. S. R. Roberts ono. doubts his unfitness for tho posi- Green Fish preaching. Walter Baker HUBLKT making aro planning to start to Breathitt tion to which ho aspires, consider was visiting friends in Madison Co., Hurloy, Sept. 29. Sorghum to see rela-- ' this fact: Saturday and Sunday. A debating is tho. leading occupation In this County, tho 20th lnst, The Democrats have refused to Society has been organized at Climax. present. Hot and wet tlves. Mrs. LUlle Smith fell and community at very badly last offer any candldato to opposo Mr. It will meet at tho School house and weather are causing much damage sprained her ankle .Mr. Bosworth. and the Louisville Evening debato some subject each succeeding corn this season. Mr. and Mrs. week. Charley Carpenter visiicu to Times chiefly responsible for tno Wednesday night. We bopo tho boys at Sand W. H. Roberts, Saturday night. Jake Gabbard visited friends to this refusal of the Democratic iwrty in will all como out and have a good Gap Saturday and Sunday. W. M. Rev. Alvle Tussey returned in having this district refusing to time. of Clay County was in this vicinity, Sunday. Wo are Baker judical ticket, Colo rainy weather at present. People aro n nlan for part last week Mrs. L. J. OWSLEY COUNTY . present In this arranged by Democrats says Mr. Bos returned to her home at Pittsburg making molasses at STUIIGEON. himself a good citiworth has shown after a week's visit with friends at section. Sturgeon. Oct. 16. Chas. Shepherd zen and a useful Kontucklan and of Annvillo made a business trip to adds: M ninra tho lBth. There ia a "The Democrats, In refusing to oppose him, havo given proof that in series of meetings being held at New and patriotic Hope this week, conducted by Rov. Kentucky unselfish IV service does not always fail of re- Joo Ward and G. B. Bowman. Brewer, a nromlnent young gentle' ward." The Evening Times is a whisky or- man of this place, la expected to gan. It opposed tho nomination of marry the daughter of Mr. John iane Mr. Beckham and his election by a of Island City, Thursday. We wish Legislature, it rarely them a long and happy life. Quito a Democratic commends n man who cannot serve number of tho boys from this vlcln or has not served the liquor trade. It ltv. whllo encaged In a game of Is tho bitterest of tho Bourbons, and baseball at Island City, were suddenly wants the bench made tho siiolls of irrcsted by the Justice of tho partlslan politics. II. P. Hurst, tho charge being the Let the voters of tho Seventeenth breaking of the Sabbath Andy Huff, Senatorial district bo warned in time. umnloved at the Baker Stave mill Mr. Bosworth wins pralBe from tho at this place, accidentally caught his enemies of the mountain counties; arm in a belt and was seriously lu from newspapers which havo malign-o- d Jurod. Arthur Welch and Ruimrd tho mountaineers and which havo strone. of this place. left for Hanm opposed a fair apportionment, and ton, Ohio, the 14th. Wm. Brewsr, which Judge a politician by bis ser- one of tho leading merchants or tins vice to tho liquor trade. vicinity, left for Richmond the 16lh of Dr. J. H. Hendren, an Independent on business. Miss Mary Brewer Republican candldato opposes Mr. this place haB been very ill for tho He Is In a position to sorve nast weelc but is convalescent. Mrs. the State and his own district far M. C. Hughes of Greonhall visited better than Mr. Bosworth. He ia an her daughter, Mrs. Maud Brewer, at advocate of a county unit law, and this nlace the past week. The school ho Is making a fight for his avowed nt thin nlace la progreHslng nicely prluclples. The men of the mountains, with a large attendance. Wm. Napier If they expect Justice from tho Legiswhile hunting his cattlo on Travis, and got lost. lature this winter must send to the became bowlldcred Legislature men who aro Just to the Aftor wandering for some few miles State and to their party associates. he happened upou a friend who Let the opponents of tho county unit directed him out. L. U. urewer nas law find their supporters In Democra- recently purchased a farm from his d tic districts and not in a brother, Wm. Brewer. Republican district like the SevenTBAVELLKKS RKST teenth Senatorial. Travelers Rest, Oct. 10. The con The Evening Post appeals to the , tinued rain seems to be doing con voters of Pulaski, Jackson, RockcastBetweea Ceyle'i Baak fkiMtsf damage to the harvest, caus le, Laurel, Whitley, Knox and Bell slderable ing the era and foddsr to rot Mrs to send to Frankfort, Dr. Hendren; Foxtown, Oct, 14. People of this vicinity aro busy' making molasses and saving fodder. Andy Anderson was ktcked by a mare of Anderson Isaacs, tho 7lh Inst, knocking Ills shoulder out of place and hurting him very badly. He is a llttlo better at this writing Lewis Isaacs was married to Miss Sparks, tho 12th. V. T. Poff mndo a business trip to Wagersvlllo last week Tho mill on Hopper Cavo, Owned by Russell Co., Ron, !b now In operation. Santford hn old soldier, died tho 12th. IIU remains will bo placed In tho Wlud y, foxtoww. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONS Boose, Oct. ld Mrs. Nora Wnm was visiting her mother, Mrs. Mattio Gadd, near Rockford, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Jessie Smith mado a business trip to Scaffold Cane, Saturdays-Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Gadd art thinking of moving to Indiana somo time soon. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Chas-teo- n visited tho home of J. Lovett, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Wren woro In Borca a fow days ago. Mr. Nuto King will movo to tho property of Mr. Davo Martin somo tlmo sooi. J. H, Lambert mado a business trip to Berea ono day last week. Mr. nnJ Mrs. James Grant wero In Boono ona day last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. S. Chasteon wero In Berea, Sunday. -Robert Cook of Berea was In Boon?, Sunday. James Morgan who has been In Boono for somo tlmo returned to his homo at Brlndcll Rldeo, Satur day. Sunday School Is getting along Dlcolv with S. B. McCluro as Bult. Mrs. Mattio Gadd bought from Mr. Carrol Martin a cow for 23 dollars. Moss Snider bought from Gcorgo Wren a cow and calf, at tho reduced price of 45 dollars. Colo Richmond of Wlldlo was In Boono, Sunday .Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lambort wero Berea visitors, Saturday. Miss Hattlo Poyn-te- r who Is attending school in Richmond visited homo folks near Boone, Saturday and Sunday. John Lovett was In Boono ono day last week. Talltha Coylo visited homo folks near Rockford, Saturday nnd Sunday. CLIMAX Climax, Oct. 16. We aro having n lot of rain at present, damaging corn in shock. Mr. and Mrs. Rola Roso were visiting Mrs. Gatllffs, Sunday. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Akmmtuimiy form Akmmttrtmty hmm mm Bummtltuim Judfie O'Rcar speaks in McKcc Tuesday, October 24th. Many mixtures are offered as substitutes for Royal. No other baking: powder is the same In composition or effectiveness, or so wholesome and economical, nor will make such fine food. Royal Is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar er ait-oV tog-gertow-n, Tho Sarah Botner has moved Inlo her pro- ierty, recently vacated by Mr. 8. B. Caudlll, who will move to his farm in Powell County In a fow weeks. A Tho cauo and apples aro abovo larty composed of Messrs. Jas. Bot n, r- 1111-ii- er Az-bl- Az-bl- FIRE SALE NOW $2500 Worth of ON t. SHOES, CLOTHING & DRY GOODS TO BE SOLD ner and Alex Bond, Misses Ella Dottier, Klla and Edna Price and Rebecca Bond mado a business trip to Beatty-vlll- o last week. Whllo in town thay called at Jones' Art gallery and had no mo pictures made. Miss Mattio Hay Is having good sitecets with her bchool at this place. 8ho is boiiij-tlmassisted by Mr. Fred Evans. Rev. Harvo Johnson is conducting a revival meeting hero and vi ninth family will follow soon. Tho pcoplo cood Is being accomplished, Wc. tho who left to seek their fortunes In citizens of Travelers Rust, tender our Hamilton, Ohlc, last spring have rethanks to the Order of Odd Fellows turned and report vory dull times. Clarkston visited for tho loan of their organ during Mrs. Stephen Robert Botner, who friends hero last Sunday. Reuben these services has boon 111 so long, hoa undergone McDanlel was married last Wednesday night, by Mr. Marshall Webb, to tho a surgical operation anil Is Improving vory rapidly, Messm. J. Bpence, widow, Mrs. Llzzlo Hubbard. Their Ieto Evens and James Spcnco wero many friends with them happiness. visitors of tho Now Hope School dur Circuit Court convened last Moning the past week. Mr. Evens compll- - day In Manchester with a full dockmontod tho efficient work of tho et of cases to try. Miss Anna school and Mr. James 8pcnce deliver Powell attended the K. P. march at cd an Interesting lecture on Agricul Laurel last Saturday and also visitture Wo welcome all persons interest- ed friends there-T- ho McDanlel ed in school work and invito them to I brothers of Malrom havo located es. L. their saw mill hero and they will call at any future Wilson Is in attendance at tho Grand soon bo ready to do work. Dr. Wobb Lodgo of ho 1. O. O. K. in Loulsvlllo U having a neat dining room and kitchen built to his house. Messrs. this week. Tho Teachers' Association in Educational District No. 4 Allen and Tankerslcy are doing tho ill be held at Vincent, Saturday, (work. Miss Lucy Rawllngs announOct. 21st. Wo hope to spend a Joyful ces her fall opening of rallllnory day with tho citizens and teachers goods. Sho has n full lino of tho latreest styles at low prices.-M- rs. of this county. Alfred Caudlll d has moved into her neat little ceived a wound from a stick of stove cottage on Hillside. Much crodlt is wood flying up from his ax and landduo Messrs. Allen, Rico and McDau-'le- i, ing on bis forehead. tho carpenters, for such neat MIHTI.KTOK aro work, J, X, Rawllng's new store Oct. "3. Farmers Mlstlotoo, about done making molasses and presents a fine appearance at tho ut-pend of town. Cora Hart, one of foddering. Sherman Bales, a citizen of Clay Co., is reported to have been tho grammar grade pupils, Is subshot by Wm. Barrett, Saturday, Oct. stituting In her brother Elijah's school at Letter Box. Ell Baker has T. It is said that Bales shot at him twlco boforo ho returned fire. He returncdIrom Berea to finish Mr. the James Clark's bouse. abovo was shot Just heart and out nbout the spln- VINK column with an automatic -- 3. Vine, Oct. H. Sorghum making Is thought to bo a fatal wound.-- D. It is B. Dean and wlfo visited relatives all tho go now. Mrs. Henry Rl in Clay County, Saturday and 8uu-da- la very poorly at this writing. Mr. Arthur and Charley Ncaco are William Pennington Is In the stao visiting their sister, Mrs. D. B. Dean, business this fall.AIlco Morgan at Mistletoe. Rev. Buck Fox gave a who baa tho fovcr Is slowly Improvlecturo nt Miss Hattlo Neaco's school ing. Mrs. Rebecca Browning Is planning to movo to Berea where sho houso. Friday afternoon, Oct. Cth. expects to oducato her son, Ben. James Mcintosh and family attend Maupln had a bean tho annual meeting held at Rhode, Mrs. Andrew stringing, Wednesday night. All re Saturday and Sunday. a nlco time. Matt 'Pennington CLAY COUNTY end Miss Llzzlo Ferguson wero quiet 8KXTONS CKKKH ly married, Wednesday evening, Soxtons Creek, Oct. 13. Miss Nan- tbo homo of tho bride, by Uu nie Spcnco celebrated tho four hunDan Morgan, wo wish thorn a dred and nineteenth anniversary or and happy llfo. Mr. and Mrs. Davo the discovery of America, Thursday Hurley and Mrs. M. L. Ferguson Oct. 12th, by giving tho following nnd son, Gilbert, aro all planning to program at her school: visit relatives In Garrard Co., next cs time-JamMas-Jgarcr 1 y. tho average, Several stock buyers visited Ibis region from Madison County and purchased cattle' at a good price. Luther Webb sold somo good calves to them. Fayette Rawllncs mado a vory successful business trip to Loulsvlllo to lay in a stock of fall goods. Mr. and Mrs. McDanlel and May Howard attended the Odd Fellow's reunion and visited other points also In nnd about Louisville. They purchased a full lino of merchandise whllo nwny. Nelson Jarrctt has gono to Illinois whero ho will locate. His 0 Irt Song Ky. Schools School. Pea, Many Items Bringing Less than Half Price Don't miss it, come early and get first choice GREATEST Boa-wort- h. OPPORTUNITY goods OF LIFE Sale lasts until are all sold TERMS CASH TO ALL J. M. Coyle tai rock-ribbe- Afain Street Berea, Kentucky Reading about Columbus Joo Fields. The South Leonard Mooro. MADISON COUNTY Flags Frank Clark. KINGSTON Dying Soldiers Rhoda Becknell A Golden World Lottie Beckncll. Kingston, Oct. 17. Tom Ballard Song America School spont Saturday night with Chester Lifo of Columbus Stanley Hudson. Parks. Mr. and Mrr. J C. Powell spent Sunday Llfo of Washington Martha Camp- and two daughters bell. with Mr. Lawrence Powell of Rig Llfo of Lincoln Hubert Edwards. Hill. Miss Opal Lucas, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Alox Azblll, I Lovo the Name Johnnlo Edwards. for the past four months, will return Battle Hymn Bchool. to her homo In Cincinnati, next MonBlue and Gray Ethel Styvers. day, There will bo an entertainMy Country Four Olrls. ment and fruit festival at tho Mason Once I had a Sweetheart Song, Hall, Oct. 27th. The Misses Jesslo Young Soldiers Five Boys. Young Columbus A Girl and A Boy. Young and Suda Powell woro the guests of Mrs. Roy Hudson of DreySong Columbia School. fus last Wednesday. Miss Rhoda Song Kentucky Home School. James Hunter came from the blue Bowmun nnd Mrs. Wllllo Cornell-to- n wero shopping In Berea. Wednesgrass a few days ago, where he has working for two months. Tho day. Mrs. Whit Moody spont Monday been Judd brothers of Gray Hawk, Jack- with hor mother, Mrs. Ballard. Mr. Curt Parks mado a business trip son County, have been hero locating a place to erect their saw mill. to Richmond, Thursday. Miss Pearl Rev. J. P. Metcalf and others wont Lucas of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Mrs. Will Mooro of Berea aro visiting to Manchester, Monday, on business. Mrs. Alox Azblll, Mrs. James HVHNINCI KlMlIN(w' Is visiting her parents at DreyBurning Springs, Oct 13. People fus. J, C Powell made a business are making use of the flno weather (rip to Jackson County last week, away crops. The corn In putting Htv) . (Continued en here la the pooret ever known. ut . week, I,? Oil-mo- re rtf