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MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, NOVEMDEK 0, 1011 Ono Dollar The Citizen INDEFINITELY from Tennyson: "Kinff out the old King In the now; KInir out the f also , King In tho truo." Of courso thin in a kind of first of January ode, but, If tho iii the election, Tuesday, had been as wo expected and hoped, they would have been quite appropriate. Hut nil tho good things that were promised in the Republican platform havo been indefinitely postponed. We were about to say, the millennium has been Indefinitely postponed, but we might bo taken to rolled too much upon the powers that be or are about to be, or we might be charged with assuming too much for the Republican platform and its eerleRS lender, Judge O'Rear. However that may be, we have not only boon defeated but overwhelmingly defeated, still we are sure that we shall voice the sentiment of all the best elements of tho Republican party when wo say that that defeat does not in any sense alter our conviction of the righteousness of our cause or our belief in the ultimate triumph of that cause, though, as we have said above, that triumph is indefinitely postponed. It is too early now to definitely analyze the cause of the Democratic landslide. One would think, and certainly we thought, that tho people of Kentucky would rally to the principles advoca-te- d by'Judge O'Rear. But while there is no consolation in it, it is but fair to state that he is not the only advocate of justice, fairness, morality and political righteousness in the world's history, American history, or even in the history of Kentucky, for that matter, that has had the sad experience of finding that the masses of the people were not up to his standard. Since his nomination it has frequently been said both by his friends and enemies that hia was a one man campaign and that has been very largely true. He has not had the distingtiisbedspeakersto back him in various parts of the state that McCreary has had. Neither has ho had the financial backing nor could he have had it owing to the advanced stand he has taken as to campaign integrity nnd political honesty in general. And then it is to be doubted if Kentucky wants or will want, for a long time, the things upon which the Republican platform laid most stress and the issues which will ever be stamped with Although the Democratic platform calls for O'Rear's personality "the county unit," nobody has thought it was sincere. Everybody knows it was simply a pronouncement to weaken O'Rear's contention, and of course the issue is dead at least during the present administration. As to fair legislative and senatorial apportionment or the proper districting of the state, it is well known that the Democratic platform ignored the subject altogether and consequently there Is not a ghost of n show for any relief from this unjust discrimination. So far as The Citizeu is concerned, it has no regrets. It espoused the cause of the Republican party because the platform advocated the principles for which it stands; it espoused the cause of Judge O'Rear not because he was a Republican, merely, but because it believed be would rnakii Kentucky a good governor would do more than nny other man to lift the state from the "slough of despond.1' "Right forever on the scaffold, Wrong forever on the throne; Yet thatscaflold sways the future, Aud, behind the dim unknown, Standeth God, within the shadow, Keeping watch above his own." ts Knowledge Is power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. Vol. XIII. Five cents a copy. 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 are better because they are better made. There is polish and refinement to them. When a customer wants real character in his shoes it is a satisfaction to show him DOUGLAS SHOES. We have opened up our fall line and have them in all the newest styles. POSTPONED Wo had hoped to preface our editorial this week by these lines Banking To The Public: Mail thosi living at some distance from our bank. "Banking by mail" is quite satisfactory with The advantages of banking by mail are saving of time and convenience. Our bank exrecises the greatest care in handling your business with exactness and despatch, acknowledging all remittances on the day that they are received by us. You receive a statement of your receipts and expenditures whenever you ask for it, as this bank does your FINANCIAL bookkeeping free of charge. Communicate with us and we will be glad to talk this over. Berea Bank & Trust Co. ANDREW ISAAC8, Prtt. J. W. STEPHENS, JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier. Vlce-Pres. STATE NEWS i OF THE WEEK R. R. COYLE LETTER FROM PRES. FROST Out- Berea People and Influences Far side Kentucky. Dear Friends In Borea: I left Borea, Monday, Oct. 31, and spent the next day with our trustees, Mallon, Strarns and Procter In Cincinnati. Tho noxt morning found mo In Detroit where tho largest Stato gathering of teachers over record-'was assembling, more than 8,000. My first address was to tho County Normal school teachers, on Wednesday night All day Thursday I listened to addresses and chatted with distinguished educators from various parts of the country. Friday was tho great day, and 'two assemblies were In session at tho samo time, I spoko first In tho Wnyno I'avllon to 4000 teachers, and then hastened In an outomohllo to tho Light Guard Armory to where I gave tho samo addrcGS 4000 more. Other speakers were Dr. Claxton whom many Berea peoplo will remember, nnd who Is now U. S. ls Commissioner of Education, Dr. of Columbia, tho Coverpor of Michigan whoso namo Is Osborne, and Dr. Wnrron II. Wilson of Now York, nn old Oberlln pupil of mlno whom wo hope to boo In Derca next March. Saturday I got In a llttlo visit with Stanley Frost, formerly uinnag- or of Tho Citizen and now Telegraph Editor of tho Detroit News, who assures mo ho Is not forgetting hlu Buz-rnl- of tho Forest Avcnuo Presbyterian church, whoso pastor Itev. Dr. Bark-le- y Is a natlro of North Carolina. At night I preached at tho North AVood-war- d Congregational church, where I was greeted by Boveral old Oberlln pupils, and by two Berea boys who were inrtcrs at Ladles Hall last year and are hero getting rich so that they may resume school next year. Lewis Frost, a former Berea student, Is also hero engaged In busl-ncr- s. This afternoon I start for tho long Journey west, covering Grinneii, Omaha, Dos Moines and Milwaukee. mo Everything shows that tho Berea and tho Berea teachers nro giving Chapel and Library our young pcoplo tho best things that aro "going" any where. Sincerely yours, Wm, Goodell Frost. LETTER TO JPRES. Pres. 'W. My The Old Time 'Majority Everything Goes Democratic but the Eleventh and it Loses its Grip McCreary's Majority May be 30,000. as to tho result in tho Tenth whoro an oven break is claimed between Mc Creary and O'Rear. Tho claims of Democratic disaffection seem to havo bcocn entirely groundless as tho ticket swept every District In tho Stato usually Democratic with tho old tlmo majorities, and mado Inroads upon the Tenth and Elovonth, tho Republican strongholds. Coming down to tho local situation. It appears that Welch, tho Republican candidate for Senator In tho Twenty-nintDistrict, Is elected, but Kelly, for tho Legislature from Madih FROST 19, 1911. Tllden. Nob., Oct. O. Frost. Borea, Ky. dear friend: You will not remember mo but 1 write you to agnln thank you for tho Inspiration that has coma to my llfo from knowing you. I see that you nro to bo In Omaha, Nob., Nov. 8th. I wish thnt It was so that you might enmo this way. If It were In my reach I would suro be In Omaha to hear you ngaln. I am to bo In Lln- c),n NcJ ( Qct and ,6th to at. tend our Conference of Nebraska .Methodism and will start In special meetings Nov. 5th here In Tllden. I havo a singer and will do my own preaching. Wish you could bo with mo for, ono tlmo In llfo, If only for a short stay. I loft Berea In tho spring of 1903, havo been In tho wor In this conference slnco and In tho samo District. My first chargo was for ono year then threo years caeh at Pago and Osmond, and I am starting my second year at thla place. The Lord and tho church havo been Doil to mo. I have a good church and parsonngo nnd am receiving a good (Continued on rlahth Page) Kentucky friends. By tho way, nt tho Wayne) i'avllon I was Introduced by tho dont of tho Michigan Teachers Association, Principal N. B. Slcan of Day City, who Is a former Uercn student. Sundny I preached In tho morning for ltov. A. II. Cameron, brother of our Miss Cameron, who Is pastor of ono of tho largest churches In tho city. Thenco I was taken In nn to address tho Sunday School Vlco-Prcalnuto-mobl- lo Tuesday looked llko nn O'ltcar day but there was somo doceptlon some where. It turned out to bo a McCreary day McCreary with a vengeance ( Four years ago Wilson carried tho Stnto by 18,000 plurality. Tuesday it swung back Into tho Democratic column to tho tuno of nearly doublo that number. Indeed, as wo go to press, tho extravagant claim of 40,-0majority Is made. Of courso tho entire Democratic ticket was elected, and tho Legislature Is oven moro hopelessly Democratic, as a Joint ballot will probably show 107 Democrats, 22 Hepubllcaus son, was defeated by a small major- and 9 doubtful. This will send James ity. to tho Senate with a whoop, and, Tho voto for Councilmcn In Bere for years to como make such a thing was as follows: as a fair districting measuro unthlnU-ablAndrow Isaacs, 167. o. CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE FIRST PAGE Editorials. News of Week. In Our Own State. Letter from Pros. Frost Tiki Old, Tlmo Majorities. General SECOND PAGE Nows. Tho great surprise of tho day was tho reduced majority given tho Republicans In tho Eleventh where it Is claimed It will go us low as 18,000 when It ought to havo boon 31,000, and llttlo loss surprise Is expressed B. C. Scalo. 152 J. K. Baker, 156. J. "W. Stephens, 153. W. O. Best, 130. R. J. Englo, 132. N. J. Coylo, 139. (Continued on Fourth I'mgt) Markets. 8. S, Lesson. THIIID PAOB Kentucky News. Bormon What It Is to bo a tian? Notes for tho Llttlo Ones. Temperance. FOUIITU PAOB Locals. Borea Cemetery Association. Odo to tho Brokon Boll. FIFTH PA0.B Chris- FURNITURE! Going Fast! Taft Our Guest Greater Kentucky Our Record of Shame High Prices Convention Saeond Annual Corn Fverywhere Italy "The UnspeakShow Madison Poultry Show A ' able" Has Peking; Been Captured? New Kind of Public School The Execration for Diaz; Flowers and School Matters' Club. Cheers for DeLaBarra and Madero King; and Queen off for India. CORN SHOW The preliminary premium list of OUR RECORD OP SHAME the Second Annual Corn Show of tho Moro beer Is consumed in the UnitKentucky Association ed States than In any other country has Just been Issued. The meetings of tho world, and more distilled 1912. it spirits than In any other are scheduled for Jan. country will bo remembered that the corn except Russia. Tho quantity per cad show last year attracted pita consumed In tho United States Interest, and that interest, coupled Is not, however. In the case of beer, with the liberal premiums granted, as great as in Belgium, United Klns-dowill Insure greater success for tho Germany, or Denmark; while show this year. A circular setting our per capita consumption of disforth tho rules of tho show and tho tilled spirits is less than that of Denpremium list can be obtained from mark, Hungary, Austria, France, Nethe College of Agriculture, Lexington, therlands, or Sweden. Of wines, the Ky. quantity consumed In tho United GREATER KY. CONVENTION States is below that of Portugal, Spain, The Federation of Commercial fiermnnv. Itntv. or FYnnriO! nnil tha Clubs of tho Stato and tho Stato Do- - per capita consumption Is less than velopment Association, through their that of Franco, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Presidents, havo called a conferenco Switzerland, Austria, or Hungary. of representative men from all pails HIGH PRICES EVERYWHERE of the state to consider present conThat prices have advanced In other ditions, desired reforms and feasible parts of the world as well as In tho methods of advancing the prosperity j United States Is evidenced by a stateof tho state. Tho conferenco will ho ment prepared by tho Bureau of Staheld in the Auditorium of tho Seel- - ' tistics, Department of Commerce and bach Hotel, Nov. 13, 14 and 15. Gov. Labor, comparing Import prices at Wlllson, the Governor elect, Senatora tho present time with those of cerPalntor and Bradley and the Presi- tain earlier years. The import figures dents of tho two organizations call- - of tho United States government re lng tho convention, presiding at tho present, under existing laws and ros- varlous sessions. An Interesting pro- - ulatlons, tho prices of tho articles gram covering tho various needs of m question In tho wholesale markets the stato will bo discussed by proml- - 0f tho country from which Imported, nent persons. Tho railroads will glvo nn(i a comparison, therefore, of tho ono faro plus 25 cents for round trip, average Import prices of tho princiand the Loulsvlllo Convention and pal articles Imported at tho present Publicity Leaguo are making elabor- time corresof with those ate preparations in tho way of lun- ponding periods In earlier years incheons and banquets which will bo dicates, In some degreo at least, a free to delegates. They aro to como riso In prices. from every Important city nnd town ITALY "THE UNSPEAKABLE" in the commonwealth by appointment Heretofore It has been "tho unof County Judges and Mayora. speakable Turk"; hereafter It will bo or ought to bo "tho unspcakaolo MADISON CO. POULTRY SHOW Tho first annual exhibition of tho Itnllan." In splto of carefully censorMadison County Poultry Show will ed dispatches, It has gradually leaked bo held in Richmond, Dec. 6, 7, 8, out that tho Turks havo been giving and 9, and tho premium list, which tho Italians unexpected troublo In will bo issued in a few days, Is said their occupation of Tripoli, and to to bo the most attractive over offer- get rovengo tho Invading army has ed by similar associations in tho resorted to the tactics of tho savage, stato of Kontucky. All persons desir- Innocent women and children by tho ous of tho advancement of tho poul- hundreds bolng mercilessly slaughtertry Interests of tho county and stato ed. Ono Is supposedly a Christian are expected to bo present. nation tho other a Mohammedan nation, and the civilized, or at least AN INNOVATION Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, County tho Christian world, might havo exSuperintendent of Rowan County, has pected such atrocities to bo committed Inaugurated something new In tho by tho Turks. But on tho contrary, way of public schools. Sho is estab- - they havo manifested a humanitarian pplrlt from tho first, Italian subjects (Contiuucil on rage )4ve) bolng protocted throughout tho Empire. Tho attitude of tho Italians Is neither humanitarian nor Christian. Tho history of other Cathollo countries Is recalled. Did not tho Italian troops havo tho blessing of tho Pope? Corn-Growe- rs 2-- 5, wide-sprea- - Big Assortment! Intensive Farming. SIXTH PAOB Now Story Milos Blandish. Homo Town Helps. SEVENTH PAOB Llvo Stock nnd Notos for tho Farm- Come While Our Stock Is Full! er. EIGHTH PAOB Eastern Kontucky Nows. Poem Limitations of Greatness. Telephone Dispatching on L. & N. WELCH'S "and Save the Difference" I PEKING CAPTURED Unconfirmed dispatches stato that tho tho Revolutionists captured Chinese Capitol, Sunday, and are now In possession of tho Government, tho Emperor fleeing northward. The dispatch also says that a Republic will bo Immediately established. Later advices, whllo showing the progress of tho revolutionists, say nothing of the capture of tho cap!-to- l; so the previous reports were doubtless untruo. A STRIKING CONTRAST. A low months ago tho aged presi dent of Mexico was driven from tho Capitol and almost mobbed on his way to tho sea coast where ho took shipping for Eurox Saturday tho Prosldent, Do I.aBarra, Provisional was groeted with cheers ou his way to and from tho Chamber of Deput (Continued on Fait Five) Page Two. THE CITIZEN. REBELS November 9, 1911 FOR MAYOR The Citizen A family IAKE CITY LOS ANGELES CANDIDATE ROGERS ARRIVES ON PACIFIC COAST GREATEST VICTORY IN OF AVIATION. ANNALS newspaper for all that true and Interesting. I right 8HANOHAI IS CAPTURED BY CHI NESE REV0tUTIONI3T8 WITH. OUT RESISTANCE. NEW CODE EZRA'S JOURNEY TO JERUSALEM Sseety Stkssl Utiea for H.v. SpteUny Amntsd lor This Psper l.RflRON TEXT-H- tra MKMOIIT VKflSKS-IU5-Zl. Published every Thumb? at Berca, Ky. I. lttt r BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Incorporated) i, P. Faulkner, Editor ana Manager. THRONE ACCEPTS Subscription Rate rATAULU IK ADVANCE. Ont rear tax Month Threw Months Bend -- Sl.W M Constitution Adopted Provides For Perpetuity of Minchu Dynasty But Curtails Power of Thron- eK Fall of Wasung Expected Soon. Honey ot.p and two cent stomps. The dnte oilw your tuune on to.be! hows to what date your subscription Is paid. If It Is not ahongrrf wtlhtn Ultra us. weks after renewal notifyckully supplied MlMslnr numbers will be tf wa mrm notified. cheap, wtth wif subFins premiums scriptions And prompt renewals. Bond for Fremlum List. UbernJ terms alTen to ny on who obtain new subscriptions for us. Any ona ending us four yearly subscription can reoetve The Citizen free for himself for on year. Advertising ravtas on application. motif by rwrt office or Express Onler, Draft, lleelMerrd Letter, or Shanghai. Tbo city of Shanghai was taken over by tbo rebels without a battle, the authorities offering no ing forces. resistance and tbo troops of tho Klangnan arsenal joining the Invad- A large force of robels bas set out for Wusung, ten miles up the river, and a report that the city bas fallen, together with alt the forts along the river. Is expected hourly. Other forces are advancing on Nan kin and, Chlng Klang. The province MEMBER OF of Yunnan seceded and declared Its Independence. The capture of this city was accomplished with astonishing ease. There haa been no fighting or disorder and tho sudden movement was unexpected. The police and native soldiers made inBNTOCKT association. no attempt to Interfere. All tho officials quietly gave up tbclr offices to Like beauty, crowsfeet are only the rebels and thousands of residents kin deep. swarmed Into the streets wearing a band of white about their arms, sigOne suro way to get warm weather; nifying their sympathy with tho new start your furnaco fire now. regime. An attempt was made to cap ture the taotal, but he had fled with Why doesn't Doc Wiley devise a the appearance of the first rebel flag. way to have all toadstools labeled? The rebel leaders have notified the foreign consuls that they have estab Stealing pictures from French gal- lished a republican government and leries seems to be easier than work-in- that all foreign concessions and sub jects will be amply protected. It is stated that the rebels are planA doctor says that large bats are ning to concentrate all their forces Injurious. So are big heads, for that at Wuchang, evacuating Hanyang for nuaa dOLDKN TEXT "The hand of eu Osd Is upon all thsm for f sod that aeek TRIP REQUIRES 4,924 MINUTES fetm."-i- ra 1:8. C. 4U, tha aavenU year ! TIMB-- II. Artaxcrxes. Ktra leaves rtabylon with his csmpanjr Crowd Cheers as Hero of the Air n tha 1st dar of the 1st saanth, March: Completes Long Cosst to Coast and reachaa Jerusalem on tha 1st dar ot Trip on Sunday. tha Ith month. 3ulr. The convocation was on the Stth sa ot (In Pasadena, Cat. At 3:63 o'clock Sun- tha Ith month were mads during tha win-ta- r, Ills reforms day Cnlbralth P. Kodgcrs was sights Deo. tit, to March. 457. by n small boy on tho top row of tho The nesrly sixty years between the bloachcrs nt Tournament park hero. "Thero ho comes!" yelled tho boy, sixth and seventh chapters of Ezra, ot thereby nnnounclng to tho world that which there Is almost no direct rectho greatest aviation feat of tho times ord, could scarcely be called ' 'tho Without had boon completed; that Kodgcrs had blank annals of crossed the continent wtth a record ot these happy porlods of dullness our more than 4,000 miles In 49 days in a lives would bo hell, and our hearts eternally bubbling and belling In a Wright biplane A world's record had been estab- huge pot made hot with thorns. But lished; Ilodgcrs was the first man to these wero years of slow progress, of do this wonder ot driving nn airship dullness, and neglect, Ilka a garden from ocean to ocean, and, together wherein the heavenly plants, while with tho howling of tho small boy on still growing, wero overrun with tho bleachers 12,000 persons went weeds, and the vines and olive trees, wild with the delirium ot tho rites ot untrlmmed and neglected, bore but small and scanty fruit hero worship. Nov.-Dec). " 8. VAST AREA LAID BARE By Fire In Hankow Hankow, Nov. 4, via American Wu-Hu- Pro- tests Against Executions. . Flro matter. that purpose. Another war cloud looms! Uncle Sara Is, threatening to annihilate the squirrels. completed a draft of tbe bases upon which It proposes to construct tbe new constitution of China. It was Peking. The national assembly 1 Immediately. The tentative plan pro One aviator landed on a barb wire for the perpetuity of tbe Manchu fence, but he didn't do It as grace- vides dynasty. The power of tbe emperor fully as a bird. Is closely restricted by tbe constitution, which Is to be written by the How easy It Is to exaggerate. You national assembly. often bear people Eay that they were The Imperial princes are made In "tlckjed to death." eligible to the offices of premier, members of the cabinet and administrators Burglars and robbers seem to be of the provinces. cultivating artistic Ideals. They nev-e- r Hongkong. Fighting Is still tn steal a poor picture. progress In Hankow, according to submitted to tbe throne and accepted ' Kansas City Judge baa decided that a woman has the right to scold tier husband. O wise Judge! A ed this year, and there are still a few weeks of good flying weather left WOMAN ACCUSED OF MURDER Thomas A. Edison says that Americans sleep too much. Perhaps that Arrest ef Mrs. toulse Vermllya, Charged With Poisoning Chicago Is why he Invented the phonograph. Policeman, Is Ordered. "Only actors and poets really live, Chicago. Following a report of the says a noted Parlsienne. But why overlook the coal dealer at this time experts who examined the viscera of Policeman Arthur F. Blssonette. wbo of year? died In the home of Mrs. Louise Vercircummllya under mysterious An eastern woman says that American husbands are bores. Still they stances, that tbey had found "arsenic make perfectly lovely waist hookers, In abundant quantities," a warrant charging Mrs. Vermllya with murder don't tbey? was Issued. Coroner Hoffman announced that he Professor Lowell has found a new sanal 1,000 miles long on Mars. Here's would exhume two bodies Immediately an opportunity for another canal Jun- in a fuTtbertnveatigatlon of eight fatalities among persons related to or keting trip. closely associated with Mrs. VerGermany Is importing mules. This mllya. For reasons best known to the auwould please Missouri, except that Germany is Importing its mules from thorities Interested In the case. Mrs. Vermllya bas not been taken to a poSouth America. lice cell. Tbe warrant cbnrging ber When thought photography is per- with murder was taken before Judge fected it may he possible to discover Walker by Archie Blssonette. a what a politician thinks. All we know brotber of tbe man whose death brought on the investigation. now Is what he says. Two policemen are constantly on Yaqul Indiana used bullets of gold guard over Mrs. Vermllya at her resiTwenty-nintstreet during the late Mexican war. in which dence, 415 East case we presume some of the war- to prevent her from escaping or from harming herself. In their hands the riors died at a profit. murder warrant bas been placed. h Sixty three aviators have been kill- late dispatches received here. The city is described as a pile of ruins with bodies strewn everywhere. The battle there between the royalists and the rebels Is believed to be the most vicious of the revolution. i le ft i Death has Just taken the man who invented French heels for women's TRIPOLI SHELLED BY TURKS shoes, it Is to be hoped that be did not die unrepentant Outer Forts Are Captured by Arab Allies After Two Hours' Ter. The University of Pennsylvania bas rifle Bombardment established a course In play writing. The result can't be any worse than Berlin. Tbe outer forts at Tripoli what we are getting now. have been captured by the allied Turkish and Arab forces following a "Learn to box. It will make your terrific bombardment The Italians husband respect you," says a lady who were driven back, according to rebas been married for a short time. A ports here. better way Is to learn to cook. The dispatches state that Itescbad Bey, the Turkish commander, sent a Newly manufactured lumber Is said note demanding the Immediate surto be made of per cent render of the city and that upon the waste paper. Who can tell? Some Italians replying In the negative a 'day, your old love letters may appear two hours' cannonade was opeued by as a board fence. the attacking force. The Turkish leader warned the forAn eastern clergyman says that eign consuls and unarmed citizens to wedding fees should be refused be- leave Tripoli. How many escaped because they are no more than a wait- fore tbe bombardment began la not er's tips. Yes. they are, too. Eight known. or nine dollars more. Fool Joker Kills Friend. One hundred Pennsylvania farmers Hoboken, N. J. "Didn't know It gone to New York to ascertain was loaded" was responsible have for the bow the cost of living can be reduced. death of George Snyder when JereThey have gone to the wrong place. miah Wilson in a Joking mood placed a revolver against Snyder's temple In order to get even with Italy, Tur- and pulled tbe trigger. Tbe men key threatens to swoop down on were close friends. Greece. Another case of the Innocent bystander getting the worst of It. "Ad." Costs a Jeweler $350. Kansas City, Mo. A Jury in tbe A Callfornlan claims to understand circuit court here bas Awarded $360 the language of bears. Ills services damsges to Orel Munden. a would be Invaluable in Wall street old boy, because a local jeweler during a sharp downward turn in the us picture In an advertisement used market fifty-seve- n nve-vea- during the last few days has devastated an area two miles long and half it mile. wide. It Is evident that tho Imperialists arc determined to destroy tho city. The total damage by flro JOB HARRIMAN. amounts to many millions. Job Harrlman, Socialist candidate lor mayor of Los Angeles, CM., got Some of tho British river boats. Inmoro votes than either of his opponents In the. primary election held here, cluding tho gunboat Woodcock, weru a majority, llcnco the Issue will not be settled un- struck by shots during tho fighting, but he did not receive til tho election In December. Under the city charter a majority in tho pri- but nobody was wounded. mary elects. Thousands of women worked for Harrlman. Tho Itcv. Mr. Huntington, of tho Amorlcan Church mission, entered a strong protest against tho execution HALT SENATE INQUIRY ot Manchu women .mil children at I Chang, declaring that such action ASKS BIGGER NAVY would alienate tbe sympathy of all STEPHENSON COMMITTEE ENDS civilized nations. Tho revolutionary WORK AT MltWAUKEE. leaders replied that they had been TAFT AFTER REVIEWING FLEET Senator, Who Is Last Witness. Denies compelled to authorize the executions IN NEW YORK HARBOR CALLS In order to plncate tho soldiers and Use of Money for His FOR MORE 8HIPS. rabble, but they promised that no Election. moro executions of tbe kind would Milwaukee. Tbe senatorial Investi- tnko place. ONE SEAMAN LOSES HIS LIFE Chao, a graduate of an American gating committee, which bas been probing tbe election of Senator Ste- university, has been appointed foreign Only Incident to Mar Mighty Pageant phenson has completed Its work in minister In tho Hunan provisional govFighting Forces Is Milwaukee. The committee finished ernment. of Marine Drowning of Msn From Battleship tbe taking of testimony and adjourned CASE OF PLAGUE to meet In Washington at the call ot New Jersey. , the chairman. New York. Fresh from bis cross In a Panama Hospital Ends In Death The last witness was Senator continent tour of 13.000 miles, Presl as he had been tbe first H of the Patient bridge denied ever bavlng any connection t dent Taft from the of tbe historic little cruiser yacht with either Htnes or Shields la regard Washington. A case of bubonla Mayflower, reviewed tho mightiest to his election, and denied ever hav- plaguo has appeared on the Ishthmus line of fighting craft ever assembled ing given Shields or anyone else a of Panama. Herman T. Bolton, who blank cheek. under tbe American Sag. sailed from n port In Ecuador, South Standing on tbe bridge of the MaySenator Stephenson sskl that he bad America, went by tho quarantine stano promises and bad paid no tion and was admitted to a hospital, flower, anchored off Twenty-thirmade money to any legislative candidate to where ho died. street tbe president braved a gale to receive the homage ef 22 great assist In his election, nor had be auTho case was not recognized as steel-claleviathans steaming down thorised anyone to do so in his be- plaguo until an autopsy bad been perthe river along the shore of New York half. formed. city. Edward Hlnes of Chicago took the According to a statement from the ships of stand again and denied that be had a canal commission tho danger Is that As the line of ninety-ninwar swept past the Mayflower, on conversation with It J. Shields. Hlnes fleas at some point whero the victim which stood Mr. Taft, and boomed the denied that he had ever had a talk bad been may have become Infected guns, with Senator Stephenson regarding presidential salute ef twenty-onand thus pass the disease onto other tbe three tiers of men manning the the election or In regard to money. human beings. port rail were In rigid salute. As the Senator Heyburn said, before anOn account of this case tho quarannouncing tbe adjournment, tha tbe Now Jersey, seventeenth vessel in tine period for passengers from plaguo 120 witline, swept by everyone on the presi- committer baa examined Infected ports has been extended from dent's yacht uncovered in silent re- nesses, and bad taken 30 affidavits. six to seven days. spect to the memory of Gnstave Frey, able seaman, who had lost bis life FIND CLUE TO KNABE DEATH Tripoli. A Turkish battery took up only an hour before. Tbe seaman lost his footing while assisting at tbe star- Police Search for Man 8ecn Near a position on tho eaiit front of Tripoli and shelled tho warships anchored in board gangway of the New Jersey and Woman Doctor's Apartment Night At the samo time tho roadstead. plunged Into the raging river. For an of Tragedy. Arabs, concealed In the palm groves, hour the vast armada was beld up opened fire on the Italian lines. Tbe while boats from various ships made Indianapolis. Ind. A mysterious, latter replied vigorously. a vain search for the unfortunate man Is being sought by sailor. the police as the possible slayer of Dr. After reviewing tbe fleet the presi Helena Knabe, who was killed In her dent left for Hot Springs, Va. apartment He was seen by H. W. THE Before bis departure the president Haskett, keeper of a cigar store In the Isrued tbe following statement: neighborhood, to emerge from a pas"Those wbo saw the fighting fleet sageway adjoining the first floor fiat Cincinnati Grain Market which was assembled In New York occupied by Dr. Knabe. Flour Winter patent $4.30a4.50, harbor could not fail to be struck with Haskett was passing tbe place on low grade $3a3.26, $3.45ao.70, Its preparedness and with Its high mil bis way home at 11:10 o'clock when family patent J5.lCa6.C0, do fancy, itary efficiency and must bavo been tbe stranger came hurriedly out ot the hard Wheat No. 2 red .97 4.40a4.76. proud of Its personnel. entrance and passed Haskett He was 4 "The demonstration has had an edu- tall, well dressed and had a dark mus- 99c, No. 3 red 95a96l&c, No. red 93a 96c. Corn No. 2 white 73c. No. 3 cational value In arousing parlotlsm, tache. whlto 73a73c, No. 2 yellow 73c, increasing tbe general knowledge of and Interest tn tbe navy, (Illustrating THANKSGIVING DAY IS SET No. 3 yellow 73a734c, No. 2 mixed $7.33, No. 3 mixed 72a7Bc. Oat- sthe ability to mobilize on short notice No. 2 white 48al8V4c. standard white and showing tbe skill of the officers. wbo turned tbe whole fleet In the nar- President Taft Issues Usual Procla- 48a48fto No. 3 white 47l&a48c mation at Chicago and Designates row river and aent it to sea at the Cincinnati Live Stock. November 30 ss Holiday. rate of 14 knots an bour. Cattle Shippers JC.26aC.lC, butcher "I am more than ever convinced of Chicago. Chicago as temporary steers, extra SG.8Sa6.10, good to choice the desirability of conferring upon capital of the nation during the four-day-s' $4.90a5.7G, helfors, extra S5.25aG.35, commanding officer of our fleet tbe tbe visit of the nation's chief execu- good to cholco S4.CGa5.10, cows, extra tltlo of admiral, or at least of vice-ative took on additional prestige when, S4.35a4.5u, good to choice S3.G0a4.26, miral. At present tbe ranking officer for the first time In history, a Thanks- cannors, S1.25a2.60. Bulls .Bologna Is rear admiral and thla title Is not giving day proclamation was Issued by Calves-Ex- tra S3.10a2.85, extra $3.90a4. commensurate with the Importance the president of the United Statea S7.76, fair to good $6a7.G0, of the fleet At the review of tbe Ger- while away from the White House. comon and largo $3atf.7G. Hogs man fleet at Kiel, a smaller number President Taft, from his temporary of ships were under tbe command o. executive seat at tbe Blackstone ho- Good to choice packers and butchers a full admiral; two squadrons were tel, made public the annual proclama- S6.30aC.40, mixed packers S5.85a6.25, heavy fat sows, commanded by and each tion which will make Thanksgiving common to choice of four divisions was commanded by this year fall on tbe fifth Thursday S4a5.60. pigs (110 lbs and less) S3 oG, Sheep Extra $3.25, good choice a rear admiral. ot tbe month, November 30. Lambs Extra $5.60. wind-swepd d e e well-dresse- MARKETS'" The temple bad been built, but the opposition had been so great that the walls had not been restored and tbe rubbish still aroao In mounds. The visions ef glory had faded. They had expected a vast Influx of their brethren, from Babylon and other lands, but had keen to a great extent disappointed. Ezra, no doubt knowing tho condition of things In Jerusalem, had not only prepared his heart to seek the law of tbe Lord, and to do It, but he planned to go up to Jerusalem and teach In Israel statutes and Judgments. Moved by religious zeal, and (Use, It would seem, with the statesmanlike view of making Jerusalem enco zeore the real spiritual metropolis ef Judaism, Ezra conceived tho Idea of Infusing new llfo and new Ideals Into tho Judcan community by leading a fresh band of zealously religious exiles back to Judea on a mission ot reform. They came to Jerusalem, after a Journey of four months, arriving thero tbe first day of the fifth month, or about tho middle of July. Tbe distance In a direct lino was about 600 miles, but tho rood followed by Ezra' caravan made a long detour to avoid the desert and could hardly have been less than 900 miles. Ezra brought $2,000,001 for the repair of the temple, and for all that was necessary to put the eutward forms of worship in perfect condition. He Infused the community wtth his own devoted and consecrated spiritual life and fervor. He brought with him the Book ot the Law and the Prophets, with Its strict morality, and made It known to the people. In contrast with this holy law the conduct ot tho people In adopting "the abominations" of the heathen appeared In all its glaring wickedness. Then Ezra entered upon his great reform. Some of the leaden pointed out to Ezra that the people, even tbo princes and rulors, were intermarrying wtth the idolaters, and there waa danger that the religion of Israel would bo destroyed, that all tho sins which caused tbo exile would be repeated, and all that tbe cxilo had done as a discipline would be lost Ezra first, by himself was astounded and stunned by tho report and. showed all tho signs of deepest sorrow and humiliation. Then thero was a meeting together with htm of "every one that trembled at tho words of the God ot Israel, because of the transgression of thoso that bad been carried away." They eat in bitter astonishment till the time of evening prayer. Then thcr bowed themselves before the Lord, and wept and prayed and confessed and entreated. Then followed a public meeting, a great congregation of men and women and children. Thero came tbo great moral reform. There waa a proclamation throughout all Judah and Jerusalem, that all should gather themselves unto Jerusalem, upon pain of having their property confiscated and themselves excomunlcated from tbe brotherhood of Israel. In a great rata tbey confessed, repented and reg formed. d S2.75a3.1G. Chinese Manila Is Burned. Manila. Tbe Chlneso district was swept by fire with a loss of over $1,000,000. Tbo Are threatened to destroy the commercial center of the city, and tbe Twentieth Infantry, with General Funston In charge, was called out to assist the fire fighters. Hens Slue, spring chick- en llul2c, ducks 13c, turkeys lCc, geese 7a9ttc. Eggs Prime firsts 39Hc Butter Creamery, extra 33&c, Oram 28Hc, dairy, fancy 22c. Apples-Ho- mo grown per bbl. GOcaSI.50 bbl. Carrots On track $1.60al.7G per Egg box. Celery GOa76o Leaves Prison. Indiana Banker Killed In Auto Wreck. c doz. ilonoy llalJc lb. Leavenworth, Kas. Frank II. Nlcolal, III. Moses Danville, Solomon, a Lomona California lo.zaao. unions-Ho- me a former Auburn (Ind.) banker, left wealthy business man of Elgin, 111., grown $1.05al.40 bu. Pineapples the federal prison here a free man. was instantly killed at Kith Ian, when Oranges $4.60 r He served two years of a an automobile In which It was riding 1.76a2.25 a crate. Potatoes Iloinegrow s6 a box. sentence for embezzlement overturned. Poultry plantfl-r-60a76five-rea- Colmsn Is Critically III. Lexington Junction, Mo. Norman J. Colmsn ot St Louis, first secretary of agriculture of the United States, was taken from a Wabash train here after having suffered a stroke cf apoplexy, which. It Is feared, may prove fatal. Cincinnati Miscellaneous. $3.G0a4 bbl. Those who are bribing and taktag bribes trying to get rich by graft and dishonesty, forging, cheating banks, committing all kinds of crime, although the sinners are rich, and officeholdersare now working In Jalla separated from their wives and children, and are learning honest trades. It Is sad, Indeed, but there is no other way of saving the nation. The suffering Involved by Ezra's course was not necessarily so great as It would seem, not so great as imprisonment of a family man causes today. The man could still support tbo discarded wire and children, and do all possible for her comfort But ho must not Join In her Idolatry, or be subject to a bad family atmosphere. The suffering caused by this course waa tbe fruit not of Ezra's work, but of the wrong doing. Tbe physician Is not to blame for the bitterness of hie medicine nor the surgeon for amputating tho limb. Abnb laid alt his sufferings to Elijah, saying: "Art thou ho thit troubleth Israeli" And he answered, "I bavo not troubled Israel;' but thou, and thy father's house, la that ye have forsaken tbo command-tneut- s of the Lord." This course is not narrow, It Is. simply wise statesmanship for the preservation of our country. Tber are things that must be shut out November 9, 1911 THE CITIZEN. MODEL INSTITUTION In Page Tkrtfc WOMAN'S CLUB VIEWS Oneida. With th oponlng of the He worked all mornlnir on III fall term at the Oneida Daptlst Insti He worked all afternoon: tute, In the heart of tho Kentucky He eald he wished tn finish By Dr. fL T. MVSSELLMAN, Ills wondrous airship soon. BARROOM SERMON BY TRAMP OF KENTUCKY ARTISTS AT LEX- mountain, 37 mile from the noarost of PNUdetpMa rnllwny, Ilov, James A. nurns, preal. When done, ha climbed aboard tt INGTON MEETINQ. dent and founder of tbejnstltuto, takes And cried to sitter, dear) Puthetlo Incident Occurs In New Orn long stop toward tho roalltatlon of leans Saloon Whan Poor Thirsty the purpose which ha been tho Hobo Is Given Drink. TEXT How often shall my brother sin WORK OF MANY ARTISTS SHOWN of his life, and which ho put Kilnat me and I torsive him T Matt. HOW TO MAKE A TELEPHONE n. Into word thus; XVIII. A tramp asked for a drink in a sa"I want some day to aoo this tho loon. Tbo request waa granted, when, t Regular Meeting of Woman' Club greatest Industrial Institution In tho What la It to be a Christian? It Is Detailed Dlrecttena Given With Illus of Central Kentucky Pictures of to possess tho spirit ot Jesus. Jesus In the act of drinking the proffered world." tration Showing Construction beverage, one ot the young men pres8tatt Artltte Are Studied. of Instrument Tho Institute this year ha moro was greater than the things ho did; ent exclaimed; Every Christian must be greater than than 500 students, ot both sexes, and "Stop, make us a speech. It Is Lexington. Tho regular monthly ranging In ages from tho toddler not the thing he doe. I am a Christian I wanted to build a telephono set rneotlng of tho Woman' Club of Con- yet arrived at word understanding, to In so far as I possess tho spirit ot poor liquor that doesn't loosen a tome tlmo ago, and made a transmitman's tongue." tra! Kentucky was bold In this, city. the man who tone since ho had hi ChrisL I do not possess It completeI found that If The tramp hastily swallowed down ter like the sketch. "took outl I think I'm rttlnc, Tho chief feature was tho Travoltng first vote. ly. It I did, I would be & second any part of a target it waa Tou mustn't coma too near." the drink, and a the liquor coursed room placed In whispers could .be Art Kxhlblt ot l'lcturra by Kentucky slightest They are all children of tho moun Christ I cannot possess the spirit ot through his veins be straightened the Artists. These picture, representing tains, ot puro Anglo-Saxonut not an Inch bodied alrahtp! Christ completely. Hut I am a Chrisplainly heard, a watch could be heard origin and thirty-eigh- t la vain young; Ilenrr tried; of Kentucky' beat artliti, ot a natlvo Intelligence excelled no tian In so far as I possess this spirit himself and stood before them with ticking, and If a fly walked upon the !! coaxed, he puahed, he" lifted! a grace and dignity that all hi rags box that forms the base every step wero described with something about where In tho United of Christ. vThen iprin he out and cried: State. each nrtlst by Ml Ilnldon Hardin, of What was the spirit of Christ! I and dirt could not obscure, says the sounded loud and plain. It la easy to "I wanted, especially, to reach the "Well, just star there, otd alnhlp I Harrodsburg. chairman ot tho Htato child rtn. whllo thay were vory young." must seek to have the mind of Jesus. New Orleans Picayune. make and very cheap, says a writer In I'd not aall, anyway. "Gentlemen," he said. "I look toFederation Art committee. Chicago Tribune. Ckt two pieces aid Iter. Burns. "I wanted to coun- In the first place, Jesus Christ pos- night I'd rather play with iliter; at you and myself, and It seems the Tho artist represented In tho ex- teract other Influences that seek to sessed tho spirit of trust. He never And on the safe earth stay." hibit Woro: Mrs Wllhelmlne Loo, glorify the foud and teach It a patri- was afraid. Then the first thing In to me I look upon the picture ot my waa Lexington and California; Ml Dixie otism Is taught in tho public schools. Christian spirit la trust. Thero were lost manhood.. This bloated face EXCELLENT AS A PLAYHOUSE and handsome as Holdcn, Covington; Ferdinand Walker, I wantod to ahow the feud to be tho nglita when lie wttit out under the once as young Louisville; Charles William, Louis- hldoous, needless thing that It Is. That eastern star and gazed up at the yours. This shambling figure once) Boxee-am- d Made of Old Cardboard ville; Frank H. Kobblr., etchings, Lou- I why we havo started a kindergarten cerulean bluo and talked to God In walked nsf proudly a yours, a man Folds Into Plat Surface Amus- isville; Knld Yandell, Louisville; Pick-t- t at the Institute. Forty of our children prayer. Yet oven In the garden of In the world of men, I, too, once 1 Ing for Girls. Anderson Timmlni, Kentucky and aro under five years cf age." Gethsemane a he prayed, "Father, fl had a home and friends and position. I had a wife a beautiful as an artist's Ins-toChicago; France Wiley Falg, Lei A large proportion of students livo It bo possible let this cup pass from A toy to help tbo little girls "play and Cincinnati; Miss Sophie Gray, at tho Institute. They are given board my lips," he was not afraid. It was dream, and I dropped the priceless bouso" has been devised by aa Illinois In LouUvlllo; Miss Nellto Schangln-backe- and room at SI a week It they are his heavenly Father's world. A man pearl ot her honor and man, but any bright boy can make one saw Laulivlllo; W. T. ilunlolgh, ablo.to pay. If they aren't ablo to pay, Is a Christian Insofar as ha possesses the wine cup, and, Cleopatra-tike- , for bis little sister. Take some old Georgetown; Kobcrt nurns Wilson; It make no difference. They are wel the spirit of trust Why should we tt dissolve and quaffed It down In the cardboard boxes that arojn good conHarvey Joiner; Mis Tatty Thum, comed, put upon tho same basis a tho be afraid In this world, when "the brimming draught I had children aa dition the heavier the cardboard the Lioulivllle; J. W. Weaterfleld, Louis-vlll- paying students, nnd thero is not the heavens declare the glory of Cod?' sweet and lovely as the flowers of better and cut them up till youhav sprtng, and saw them fade and die Will-laPaul Sawyler. Frankfort; faintest trace of charity In tho atti It is God's world. When calamities or fifteen Inches) under the blighting curso of a drunkClove-lanTHSV seven pieces a foot these) HOLE fir I am P. Welsh, Lexington and CC tude-- of tho school toward them. Tui- come tbey should not dismay. square. In one of cut a target ard father. I had a home where lore Mr. Maxwell Foster, Kentucky tion Is f 1 a month alao it you aro able not sure that even Cod could develop window, like those aeen In some par Home-Mad- o Telephone. and New York; Fontalno Fox; Mr. to pay. It you are not, no pay Is us Into tho kind ot characters he tit the flame upon the altar and minIn two of the pieces cut windows Hue, llarrodiburg; Mrs. Magoffin Har- expected. wants us to be without the aid of istered before It and I put out the ot carbon ono Inch long (carbon that lors; of ordinary size, and In two others cut holy fire, and darkness and desolaKathcrlne din. Harrodsburg; Mis trouble. the electrician throws away when he out sections for doors. The remaining Holm; Cnrl Ilrcnner; Mr. Myra Mus- Jesus Christ also possessed- the tion reigned In Its stead. I had as- fixes tho. corner arc light will be all two pieces are to bo used as inside WILL TRY AGAIN. pirations and ambitions that soared nnliann Carr, photographs ot sculpture, spirit of trust In men. He felt that right). Scrapo one end of each down partitions. Cut strips ot cloth an inch Kentucky und New York. people are worth while. "Let him who a high as the morning star and broke to a point with a file or a knife and Lexington To Vote on the Ccmmlssfon Ide and the length ot the house- and brushed their beautiful wings, has not sinned cast tho first stone." Government Proposition. and at last strangled them that I smooth It off with a pleco of cloth; walls, and by gluing these strips along THREE KILLED BY TRAIN. This petty Jealousy, this crooking tho It will rub Into a nice polish (c c). two edges ot two walls tbe whole sevLexington. A strong fight Is being finger of scorn, this lack of trust and might be tortured with their cries no Get two pieces of sprtng brass or cop- en can be hinged together with that 8ad Accident Near Lexington When rnado by tho ndvocatca ot tho commis- faith In men, is almost as bod as the more. Today I am a husband without per five Inches long, bend them up a wife, n father without a child, a straight one inch from the end and big window In tho center, the doorTrain Strikes Buggy. sion form ot government to secure Its lack of trust In God sections adjoining It the other winadoption by the people ot Lexington I Christ possessed the spirit ot In tramp with no borne to call his own, punch a hole In the short bend, as In Islington. Three peoplo were when the vote Is taken on November ' flnlto pity, and I, too, If I am to be s n man In whom every good Impulse tho sketch (s). Make two little clips killed and a fourth fntnlly Injured 7. Many prominent cltlicns. Including Christian, must possess the spirit of Is dead. And all swallowed up la the to clasp the carbon as In tbe sketch when tho northbound I. & N. train leaders In both tho Democratic nnd pity. Ho came to save the lost and maelstrom of drink." (c); theso are made ot spring brass Tho tramp ceased speaking. The from Islington to Cincinnati struck Republican partlos, havo been active his great heart Went out In yearning one Inch glass fell from his nerveless fingers 214 Inches long, straight, of each end n buggy In which were Mrs. Ilarton InMhelr cbamploshlp of tho commls- - pity for all humanity. Even as be, being bent up and solder C. Harp, Mir Icna Hughes and Mr. slon Idea. Tho proposition was voted sat and looked at Jerusalem, the city j and shivered Into a thousand fraglongest ends to the top of Harp's two children five months and on at tho election last fall and dec!- - which wns to crucify him, he said, i menst on the floor. The swinging them springs (s). the a piece of Get of the thrco yenr old at Mulr station, six slvcly defeated, but Its advocates be-- "O, Jerusalem, Jerusalem, how oft doors pushed open and abut again, brass three Inches long and bend up inllua north of Lexington, all but the llcvo that tho plan was llttlo under-- , would I havo gathered you as a hen and when tho little group about the one Inch from the end; this brass child being Instantly stood then, and that slnco then public gathereth her brood, but you would bar looked up the tramp was gone. thrco-- car-olf Inch wide and one- should be knied. sontlmcnt has materially changed. A j lot," even then overcome with eighth Inch thick. A hole Is drilled Harp, with her two children. Mr. ,of tho proposod schemo of gov- ,iasslon. Without pity Christianity Is MANY CHILDREN ARE KILLED In tho bottom big enough to let a bad been visiting her parents, near crnmcnt Is the absence of tho recall defective. You may get to heaven, I machine screw pass through. In the Mulr station, mid they were being provision. am not bothering so much about ma British House of Commons to Hold long end drill and tap for Interurtaken to tho A circumstance which may have heaven. It Is the no I am concerned cblne screw; this must be done, by a Punishable Parents Who Cause ban car by her sister, Mlsn Hughes, strong Influence) against tho adoption about Cod will take caro of heaven. machinist or blacksmith. It will be Death of Young Infants. when nil were killed. ot the now kind ot government Is tho I I am a Christian and you are a done for a few cents. A sounding Mrs. Harp's husband wa waiting fact that the mayor nnd other city Christian Insofar as we possess the So many case have been reported box Is needed. A cigar box will be to meet her and tho children at officials aro to be elected at tho samo spirit of forgiveness. Every man wbo hero Just right ,for this. Tear the Ud off, tho Intcrurban station when told that tlmo that the voto Is taken on tho Is worth anything makes some ene In Great Britain of bychildren being and on the bottom drill two holes two smothered to death drunken par family had been killed. Tho commission proposition. bl utlro As theso offi mies. We have ample opportunity to rolling over on them during the Inches apart, and screw the two bodies were taken to Paris on board cers would bo automatically removed display the spirit ot forgiveness. Look ents night that It was decided lately In brass springs to this by passing brass tho train. by the adoption ot tho commission . how Injustice come to Jesus. They the House of Commons to class these machine screws through the boles and government tho singular predicament said ho performed bis works because fatalities among punishable offenses using a small nut on the lnstdo of the Toy for Playing House. COMPROMISES EFFECTED. would bo prcsontcd If commission gov ho waa a devil, and see bow he met and to hold the drunken parents re box; these screws aro Inch. dow pieces on the ends and tbe partindoptcd, of a constitu- It With the great spirit ot forgiveOne-haernment were inch from one spring screw wero of- ency electing officers and at the samo ness, and when he bad "lost out" as sponsible. The member who reported the screw holder (h) by the short tions In between. This forms a three-rooPaducah. Compromises the bill said that In Great Britain evhouse, tbe Interior ot which can In tho Caldwell circuit court, at tlmo voting them out fectcd the world said, but bad succeeded in ery year there were 1.600 deaths of end to the box In the same way. Princeton, In three suit against of be decorated with paper, pictures and a greater manner, he offered up the babies caused In this way. curtains according to tbe taste and fleer of tho Kentucky tato' guards, prayer ot forgiveness on the cross, KENTUCKY CORN SHOW. In Germany a few years ago when VERY AMUSING ability ot tbe decorator. tho total amount paid tho plaintiffs saying. "Father, forgive them; they the attention ot the authorities had AEROPLANE IS totaling I6G0. All tho suit wero for Lexington. The Louisville Commer- know not what tbey do." Hi's great been called to the large death rate false arrest and Imprisonment during cial club has donated $100 tojtho pre- heart broke .with compassion and for- thero for the same cause, parents Imitation of Flight Given aa Closely BOYS ORGANIZE UNIQUE CLUB as Possible Without Attentho night rider trouble In Western mium list ot tho corn show ot the giveness. I Uon't care how much you were made responsible and the perdant Danger. Kentucky. Growers' association, to be held have been slnnod against you cannot centage of fatal cases began at once They, Thought They Would Follow In tho suit of S. II. Lester against In this city' January 2 to 5, nnd this, afford to have any other but the spirit to decrease. Example of Their Elder The aeroplane has not yet reached K. 11. Ilassett, CapL D. D. Oooch with othor contributions, will help to of forgiveness. Col. Under tbe now laws, when It can Methods Entirely Original. and Scrgt Illley II. Ilutler for $1,000 make the most valuable list of prizes If 1 am a Christian I possess the be proven that the person having a stage that would warrant Ita use aa damage, a compromise was agreed which have ever been offered at this spirit ot love. The very climax ot the charge of a child was drunk when he a means of thrills for the general pubDoys are Imitative creatures. They lic at amusement parks. Tbe next upon for JCiO nnd costs. In the suit ahow. Entries to the show will close acta that make up human life Is the or she went to bed and death or best thing, therefore, Is some device like to do what they see their elders) of A. Smith against Sergt Franks and on Saturday. December 23. touch of affection. Only as I love men came to tbe child, the drunken doing and sometimes tbey Improve on, tho suit of 11. Malono against Cnpt II For tho purpose-- of creating moro In can I have the power over men. It person can be brought up for trial that will give as close aa Imitation ot example set them. A club woman Q. Qans, Scrgt Kennedy and Col. Das terest In the corn show, tho state has a man finds that my heart beats atune upon tbe charge of criminal neglect flight as possible without the attend the nephew tells a sett tho total compromise was C00. been divided Into three divisions, In with him he opens his heart to me. Hitherto these cases have been re ant danger ot real flight and tbo ap and hisstory of how ber small organiza friends caught the paratus shown in the illustration has sued for $1,000 and Malono which premiums will bo offered. Smith As we possess the spirit ot love we garded as highly regrettable Inci tion fever and got up a club of their sought $1,800. Tho First Division comprises Lewis, are Christians. "Though I speak with dents; now, however, they compel tbe own. The methods ot the Junior Ath Ilowan, Monlfeo, Powell, Estill, Jack- the tongues ot men and of angels, drunkard to know that the helpless letic club were entirely original. Its son, Hockcastte, Laurel, Whitley and and havo not love, I have become as child must not be put In peril. THEIR GOLDEN WEDDING. business seemed to consist principally all counties lying to tho east. sounding brass or a tinkling cymbal." of electing and expelling members. Mr. nud Mrs. Duval P. Augusta. Third Division comprises Hardin, In my humble Judgment, much ot the the same member being taken In and Beer Guzzling. Iloude. ot this city, celebrated their Larue, Green, Metcalfe, Monroe and talk that comes from pulpits and plat put out again several times a week. When the kaiser condemned beer wedding anniversary at their all counties lying to the west golden forms falls to Inspire the hearers with guzzling bo did not "What did you do at your meeting!" enter the debatIlouilo Tho Second Division comprises all tba determination to live nobler be homo on Elizabeth street. Mr. the aunt Inquired one day. able field, where scientists and physiIs tho oldest natlvo born resident ot counties lying between tho First and cause there Is notthnt current 'ot love. "We 'lected some officers." cians disagree, but remained out Aucusts, having been born In May, Third Division. A Christian Is one who renders the "Why, you elected officers last where there can be no argument. Aeroplane Amusement Device. 1828. Doth husband and wife aro bumble service of Christ and possesses week." not a temperate use can good health. Tho nnnlvcrsary REGIMENTAL REUNION. spirit of Jesus. Are there per- Whether or beer by the "Yes. but they didn't act good, so be made ot adults without been evolved to this end. Tbe aerowus nttended by their children and fect Christians? No. If there were planes used ore provided with two thought we'd Meet somo new ones. grandchildren. Mr. A. II. nrooks, of anniversary (here would be so many Chrlsts. There physical Injury Is hnother matter. comfortable double Beats, and have we Ashland. The fiftieth "Tom can't come much," went on What the emperor said was that beer Is a daughter; Mr. S. H. of tho organization of tho Twenty-seconChatham, are no perfoct Christians. Wo are all university stu- bearing wheels which run on an ele- tbe clubman, "ao we mnde him a Hondo, of Augusta, is tho only son, nnd Ilcglment of Kentucky Volunteer simply partial Christians, and for this drinking by boys and to Guide rails aro lo premonitory membor." the German vated mono-rail- . dents was a menace) Mrs. Robert L. Green, of Frankfort, Infantry will bo celebrated hero De- reason we ought to be kindly disposed "A whnt? Do you mean honorary 7 nation, and that danger for Its de- cated three or four feet below tbe Ky., wife of "Hob" Green, nominee for cember 12, with npproprlnto ceremo- to the shortcomings of others. "Yes, I guess that's It He has to termination does not require any sci- bearing rail to keep tbo aeroplanes clerk of tho court of appeals, Is an- nies, and It Is expected that all tho entific study of tho effect of small from tipping over. To carry the de pay dues, but he dodsn't have to come other daughter. During tho fifty years members ot tho old regiment who aro Christ the Light and Life. quantities ot alcohol on the human ception of actual flying as far as pos unless he can." Tbls implied merely ot their wedded llfo thero has only now living will bo present. A splensible, each machine Is provided with a that Tom was exempt'- from being It Is said thnt the sweetest side of been otto death in tho family, a llttlo did dinner will bo served to all the any fruit la the side which grows machine. physicians prescribe Some bear and guiding or elevating plane and a con seized by the 'neck and brought Into daughter dying 47 years ngo. they will bo glveu n veterans, and tbe meeting without bis own volition. toward the sun. There Is no doubt others proscrlbo It or any drink con trolling wheel. royal wolcomo In every wny. "And, you sco. he's got to be honorthat the sun has a great deal to do talnlng alcohol, terming It a drug, AGED MOTHER Gen. I). W. Llndsey, of this city, was with able," added the small boy, severely. the beauty and flavor ot the poisonous to tho system In proportion A Big Bonfire. In command of thla regiment, and will "We'vo got a dollar," he contkiued. fruits which are the delight of man. to the quantity of alcohol It contains. One ot the largest bontites tbe Of United States Senator Paynter Is attend tho anniversary reunion and casual observation, as In so Tbe kaiser kept his hands out of that world ever saw was kindled nbout "In the treasurer! Has your club got Dead. shako bauds with all tho soldiers thnt In this many facts from nature, rests a beau- dispute. His lecture went to the stu- forty years ago on the Malveru hills any more than that?" ho served with during tho stirring spiritual lesson for us all. What dent corps which admires a great beer In Great flrltaln. It was seen at "A llttlo more," meekly replied the Mnysvlllo. Mrs. James T. Long, 78 UmoB of tho great civil Btrlfe. Invltn-Hon- s tiful sun Is to the natural world, that, capacity as a manly virtue. There distance of sixty or seventy miles aunt, whose club Is ono ot tbo largest year old, mother of United States havo been mailed to every mem- tho and much more. Is Christ to the world can be no debate over his admonition. The materials employed made a rtack In the country. Senator Thomas II. Paynter, of Frank- ber of tho old regiment whoso address of spiritual things. As the sun Influthirty feet high and thirty feet square. In Lewis 1h known, and It 1b believed that pracfort, Is dead nt her homo fruits of the earth, giving A Wonderful Cave of Ice. There wero used In building this pile Paralyzing Influence. county. Her husband died a month tically all tboso who can poHslbly do ho ences' the beauty and lusctousness, so No one knows how many wonderful s ago. Mr. Long leaves two sons "Alcohol has Invariably a paralyzing 460 fagots, twelvo poplar trees, two will accept tho hoBpltallty of the peo- them sheds an Influence over the Christ All the resulta which, on tons of coal, five cords of wood, four caves, more extensive, perhaps, than ple of ABhland, Influence. the senator. lives ot many and gives them beauty superficial observation, appear to loads of hoop poles, two loads of the vast mammoth cave of Kentucky, bo discovered. of character and purity of heart Not long ACCUCRD OF MURDER. show that alcohol possessea stimulant furze, two barrels of tar, twelve empty yet remain to INJURED WHEN AUTO SKIDS. And as the sweetest side or a fruit Is properties, can be explained on the tar barrols and a barrel of naphtha ago somo boys accidentally found the Mt. Sterling. While autoroobllo ridtoward the sun, so the best they are due to paraly- This mar.s of Inflammable material entrance to a marvelous cavern of Ice A news dispatch from ing near this city, tho machine skidded the side Louisville. man Is the aldo toward Christ ground that Q. was piled on a hilltop 1.000 feet high at tho foot ot Cow mountain In ColoA. Von Hunge, M. D. Miss., tell of the arrest In nnd bumped into h telophono post, and side ot Prof. Vlcksburg, sis." There have br?n much larger fires rado. Tbrco great chambers of It at that city on a charga ot murder of William Woodford, a prominent young ready have been opened, the walls In nearly every latee city, but tbl An Active Nothing. CharlcB Horn, better known as "Crip" farmer, was injured. His thumb was Common Duties. and celling of which are covered with holds tbo record for "fun fires." The origin ot sin la hid In mysHorn, a ono legged newsboy and shoe- caught la tho top and broken, while commonest duties of life are Tbe great masses ot Ice tn grotesque string peddler, who for year was a another young man suffered an Injury tery. Its home Is In the darkness. never well performed unless tbey Didn't Like It. forms. In tbe center of ono of the familiar character about tho street. to his right ami. The top of the ma- Nobody knows from whence It comes. have growth as their end. and thus A little country boy during a visit to rooms Is a lake nearly fifty feet Jesus never mentioned the subject. done we are prepared for something Ho Is alloged to havo struck floscoo chine waa badly damaged. apparent outlet. Shropshire, of Slur!, Miss., a bridge Woodford was taken to Loxlngtoa Somo affirm that there Is no such higher, and power and Inspiration will tint rlty wits obliged to drink con square. with no What an excellent refrigerator such.. of thu Yiuoo & Mississippi for treatment His thumb may have thing as Bin. It so. sin Is a very ac- come to us. llev. J. O. Hayes, True iieped milk. worker a cave would make! It would sipplx. "Mamma.'' he fold. "I'm glad w Vnllnv mllronil. u turriflc blow over to be amputated. The escapo from tive nothing. Rev. H. U. Purlnton, ' Life, Han Jose. tbe needs ot a whole city. 'o'i'i hct coadented cows at borne." the head several davit ngo und tho vie I more sellout! Injury to all tho occu Eplscopallau, Denver. win is wi a narrow one. Um uccuuiueu to un injuries. main-Rprlnn r, self-resped; 1 y d one-halcom-featur- e 2 2 J lf m Ken-tuck- y g d mm the Heart of the Mointalns. Kentucky What Is It to Be a Christian? fto-the- f HARRY AND HIS AIRSHIP. Harry built an alnhlp To anil up In the ky; lie told his llttlo sister He meant to sail "on tilth." iiritti . Page Four. THE CITIZEN. JONES STEENBOD Tbo niarrlngo of Miss Minnie Ellon Jones to Mr. Vlrgtl Orcn BteenroJ wns solcmnltod, Saturday; Oct. 28th nt tlio Forest Avonuo Irosbyterlan Church, Dayton, Ohio. Miss Jones is n graduato of Dcrea, Class 1910, and Mr. Stccnrod Is tho offlclent engineer in tho Ilcrea Power Plant Immediately after tho ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Stocnrod left for a short visit In Northorn Ohio. Thoy arrived In Derea, Nov. 2nd, whero they will bo at home to their many frlonds. Invention of tha Clarinet. Tha elarlnst, or clarionet, Is to have been Invented In 16)0 by Joseph Christopher Denner, at Nuremberg, though some authorities trace Its eilstence to medieval Umaa. Since Its Invention it has undergone many changes and Improvements, and the modem clarinet, from tha eitent, Quality and variety of Its tone. Is one of the most perfect of wind Instruments. sap-pose- November 9, 191 1. NEW STOCK BEST LINE OF LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS IN THE CITY Come and We Will Prove It. Wc Can Save You Money. You pay E. F. ' COYLE or less i o 9 O R. H. CHRISM AN Undertaking and Embalming A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies. SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. fat mora ooooosoocoooosooosooaooooeoaK)fooj A GOOD COUNCIL Day Phone 26 BEREA CEMETERY ASSOCIATION Arrnr.llnir n nnnnunrrment In The Cltlzen and otherwise, the Borea Cenr etery Association held a meeting In tho parlor of tho Parish Houso on Tuesday night, tho Drd Inst. Tho pre- sent condition of tho affairs of the was shown In a compre-henslvo report by Prof. L. V. Dodge, who for nlno years past has had tho chief handling of tho Association's Is a brief business. Tho following Judgo O'Rear Nltfht received 230' 46 votes LOCAL PAGE I o NETS OF BEREA. AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES a oacoooosoooocooei ooooo4loooKoocoa m o o o DR. BEST, DENTIST CITT PHONE 16S OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE DAN H. BRECK. Fire, Life anal Accteent Insurance Richmond, Ky. Phone 505 j N. TIME TABLE. I North Bound Local 10:65 p. m. 7:00 a. m. Knozvllle 3:52 a. m. 1:01 p. m. BEREA 7:45 a. in. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound Local 8:15 p. m. 6:30 a-- m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. BEREA (:55 p. m. 6:6 a. m. Knoivllle Express Trains Stop to Uke on and let off passengers from beyond Dayton, O., or from Atlanta and beyond. Then inspect our stock. We South Bound have just received two large shipm. 8:00 a. Cincinnati 11:44 a. m. BEREA ments of Women's, Misses' and North Bound Children's Long Coats. 4:46 p. m. BEREA MRS. S. R. BARER 8:37 p. m. ' Cincinnati Mr. T. B. Slier of LaFolIette, Tenn., stopped oyer in Berea, Tuesday night, The' C. E. of the Christian church for a short visit with his son and gave a social Saturday night In tho daughter, Arvld and Mary, who aro Parsonage. A large number were pre- In school. Mr. Slier Is a large mine sent and reported a pleasant time. owner and operator In West Virginia, Mr. and Sirs. Marcum of Miller's and expects to move with his family Creek were In Berea last week look- from LaFolletto to Charleston, W. Va., ing out a location. the first of the year. Arvld spends tho Mrs. A. E. Hart and little son, time not demanded by his studies In Ford, who have been visiting Mr. and The Citizen office and Is proving a Mrs. W. H. BIcknell, left for their very efficient helper. home In Cleveland, Monday. Miss Lura Faulkner, daughter of The Misses Stella and Mae Camp- Mr. T. F. Faulkner of Barbourvllle bell who aro here In school enjoyed and a student of Union College of a pleasant visit from their father, that place, was In Berea from Monday noon until Tuesday noon visiting Saturday and Sunday. hor Uncle and Aunt Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Crockett Ely who has been at She was returning work In Owsley Co. returned home J. P. Faulkner. from the meeting of the Y. W. C. A. last week. at Richmond to which sho was a delMAGAZINES AT NET PRICES. egate. M. L. Spink, Berea, Ky. Prof. Dlzney, who now has charge Miss Ida Lewis, of the Gibson In- of the High School In Harlan, and firmary In Richmond, was homo over who was for many years connected Sunday. with Berea, returned Tuesday mora? J Mrs. Joe Bender who has been 1)1 Ing In order to vote. Incidentally he nt the Gibson Infirmary is Improv- spent the day quite actively In calling and Is now with her parents, Mr. ing upon his many friends and visitand Mrs. Hulett. ing the school. Mr. and Mrs. Hulett are now living Prof. Cromer will preach at tho In tho Canfleld houso on Estill St. M. E. church next Sunday at 11 a. m. Mr. Valden Bowman, of Alabama, Tho public Is cordially Invited. who was In school here last year Mr. J. D. Clarkston returned, Wedhas returned. nesday, to his former homo at SIdell, Mr. and Mrs. Steenrod were ac- Clay County, where ho was called on companied back from Dayton by Mr. business. Steenrod's sister who Is to bo In Miss Etta Gay, one of tho teachers school. of tho Public School, whllo making a quick turn around tho building, TuesThe Rov. Pennlman, accompanied by Mrs. Pennlman, arrived In Berea day, suffered a rather serious sprain a few days ago. It Is Mrs. Pennlman's of tho anklo. For a whllo It was first visit to Berea and they aro ex- thought that a bone was broken but pected to remain for some little a surgical examination Bhowed that tho Injury was only a sprain. time. Mrs. Church was taken to the HosGOOD WINTER COW pital Sunday night suffering from ApFor salo cheap, it called for this She was operated upon pendicitis. Monday and Is reported to be on the week. L. V, Dodge. way to recovery. FOR SALE WANTED: All your turkeys and Two yoke of oxon. May be seen at chickens at a good price. J. S. Gott, College Farm. Apply to H. E. TayDopot Street. lor at Boone Tavern or Jas A. Burgess at tho Woodwork. Mrs. Fay Is still In tho hospital but will soon bo able to return to her homo on Chestnut St. Prof. Marsh was able to bo taken to his homo several days ago and will soon be well again. a Miss Helen Dlzney entertained number of young peoplo at her home last Friday night In honor of her birthday. Mr. Thomas Scrlvner andson. Arch, moved this week to Mr. Will Isaac's farm, near Foxtown, which they have rented. T Mr. and F. Dean of Clov.'r OYSTER STEW Bottom spent the latter part of laat week at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. The members of Alpha Zeta LiterF. Dean. ary Society gave their friends an Mr. George M. Treadway of Paint time last Saturday night. It Lick was In town over Sunday. was tho Intention to go to tho brickyard, north of tho city, for an OysDo you need a New Coat? Do you want the very latest ter Stow, but tho Inclemency of tho weather not permitting, tho new colstyle? lege barn was substituted and reDo you want to select it from a ceived a second warming such as Albig assortment of styles, colors pha Zeta alone knows how to give. and sizes? Tho guests numbered nearly one Victory slighted neither side, Tuesday, in the contest for City of. ficers in Berea and the advocates of both tickets aro spared both a deep feeling of the chagrin of defeat and any great sense of elation. And we are not so sure but that the better judgment of both the contesting aides will eventually say if they have not alrendy said it that this is precisely the best thing that could have happened. At least all will no doubt admit that good and representative men have been chosen, and that there is, in consequence, good promise that Berea will be well and fairly governed during the next two years. And that, after all, was the only element worthy of consideration in the contest. For our own pnrt, regretting tho strife, the feelings and animosities, personal or otherwise, that may have precipitated the contest or resulted from it, personally disavowing any such spirit, and hoping that hereafter only good will and harmony may prevail among all since the welfare of every one is dependent upon tho welfnre of all, and all upon each we are willing to juggle a little bit with the history of the case and admit and suggest that the honors are equally divided, innsmuch as two of the victors on tho Republican ticket were the choice of both parties in the original convention. hundred and wero served with a oyster stew, pickles, doughnuts and coffee. Following this, calls for speeches wero responded to by alumni, Interspersed with songs and Instrumental music, tho crowd at times bursting out with tho various coclety yolls. The orchestra furnished music during the evening and at the end of tho program all marched headed by tho fife and drums to the square, where, with a parting song nnd yell they bado their friends good night. dell-clofour-n-brco- st In Borea whllo McCrcary got only Kelly, 66. for Kepresoniauve, rc-, iclvcd 210. STOVES Everything in Stoves Special Sole NOW ON Uosworth shared tho benefits of the Democratic trend of things In District and beat he Seventeenth his Independent oponent, Dr. dron. Slnco Uosworth has been more of a Democrat than Republican, his at, success Is not to bo wondered as his Democratic friends would and savo him. j did. of course, "Watchman, what of tho nlghtT" summary: nut. 'pears iiko Until six years ago tho amount of "As Dlack as pitcn, hear a million roosters About I kin acres. land was about six twelve and a halt acres have be feu crowln'." added In such form as to make fie ODE TO THE BROKEN BELL shape of tho cemetery symmetrical up.d o Its alio sufficient to meet all proli-nblBorea's dear old College Bell More growth of tho town. Sieaks hoarsely her own funeral exwas at once than $400.00 knell; pended In Improving and enlarging But think of tho thousands hen house obtained with tho new pur- the and there other Improve chaso. Considerable 01 J ,K''1 ntt" ra',?1 to P ments havo been made. All of the Tnat cr. Is now paid for, and wo havo above over one hundred dollars on linnd. Think of the thousands called la there With all now accomplished, masses; ought to be means, soon, to largely Think of tho thousands called to increase tho attractions of tho cemeclasses; tery as tho placo for families In this Think of tho bells that n"ar It ring; part of the country to Becurc burial nut none with tho natno commandlets. Both doblt and credit sides of ing ding. the report presented showed totals None of them can the stories tell, of moro than two thousand dollars Llko tho chime of the old college bell. in tho business involved. Place U now In tho hands of care, Professor Dodge is soon to leave town for a protracted absence; and As ono who's lived a life that's rare. Mr. S. Q. Hanson also desired to be To many thousands, then, 'twill bo oxcused from further service on tho A reminder of Frost nnd Father Feo, Executive Committee. The Committee Twill recall their lives to many a tor tho ensuing year Is constituted soul. as follows: T. J. Osborne, iTesldent, J. A. Burgess, Secretary; W. F. Kldd, Years after they havo reached their goal. Treasurer; Mrs. E. L. Hanson; A, 'Twill tell of tho good they did on W. Titus. A fow now members were earth. admitted to tho Association. Tho membership fee Is two dol Inspire young souls to a second birth, And, llko freedom's bell, though lars. Tho membership has become so sitting dumb, small, by death and removal, that it Is highly desirable to havo additions ( T will bo dearly loved In years to come. of lot owners and others Interested cemetery. L. O. Phelps. In having an Tho'so wishing to Join aro Invited to communicate with somo of the officers. THE OLD TIME MAJORITY Contluuctl from I'lrit lge S. R. Baker. 133. W. B. Harris, 112. A. J. Smith, 133. W. O. Hajf-'s- , 13C. Chas. C. Preston, 137. Isaacs, J. K. Baker, Sealc, Stcph-wiCoylo and Preston, having tho largest number of votes were tho successful candidates. s, Red Cross Flour, 65 cents. Every Sack Guaranteed W E L CH'S Sjj' TATUM'S How We Built a Growing Business NOT BY MEANS OF SENSATIONAL ADVERTISING NOT BY MEANS OF PREMIUM SCHEMES BARGAIN SALES NOT BY MEANS OF SO-CALL- Simply by supplying, at all times, the best shoes at a reasonable the fairest treatment possible to all our customers. price and Our method simply verifies what "Emerson" wrote LADIES Wear one pair of our WEDDING PRESENTS The Finest Line of Wedding Rings Ever Shown in Berea in SterlGold, Gold-filled, FOR SALE Borea College students are now making flno cement tile, diameter foitr Inches, one foot long. Prlco $2.00 per hundred. Less In quantity lots. Jutt $3 & $3.50 Shoes Then you'll know iiow good they are "If a bmb does a tkiag better tkaa all tke rest evea if ke should lire is tke woods tkere will be a beatea path that leads to kin." This particular path leads to the thing for farm tiling. Address Collogo, Borea, Ky. Only Her Husband. Ua-r- ea ing Silver, Cut Glass Zbc IRachet Store ENGR A VI NG FREE with him than she Is to argue with minister or doctor. Atchison Oloba. A woman may believe In her husband, but she Is more Inclined to argue RHODUS MAIN ST. HAYES BEREA, KY. her THE QUALITY STORE November r), 1911. THE CITIlZEN. Page. Five. TALK IS CHEAP put into newspaper space it costs moneys. So we will save our talk about the details of these goods you have to see them to appreciate the excellence of quality, variety and quantity as for the prices they tell ' is But when it Ninety Pays Only WATCH THE BIG SALE A Free Three $35 Range Stove ! costly Ladies' Dresses Free! ! $20 Suit Free WEIGHT is a Difference AN ORIGINAL STORY i QUALITY is a Difference PRICE is a Difference Solid oak dresser $5.00, $6.00, $7.50 and up to $20.00. Solid oak bed room suits (not imitation) $15.00, $18.00 to $40.00. Quartered oak velour covered couches $8.50, $10.00 and $12.00. Roll scat quartered OAK or mahogany rockers $3.00 each. Stand tables 20x20 OAK, $r.oo, others $1.50 to $6.00. Library tables 26x44 OAK $3.50 to $10.00. Brass beds with 2 inch post, $10.00. With a 45 lb. felt mattress to fit it at $5.00 each. $325.00 Pianos at agent's price for $200.00 on liberal terms. 9x12 Axminster rugs $15.00, 9x12 Brussels rug $10.00. 9x12 seamless velvets $20.00, 36x72 velvets $3.00. All 25c. mattings 20c. All 30c. mattings 25c. RANGES $15.00, $1 7.50, $20.06 and $25.00. I'm $5.00 under on each in price and $5.do 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 lor wheat, good, 90c. per hundred. Best, $1.30 per hundred. Other bargains by the score. 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 business, Sheet 99 cts. up. Mew' All Leather Shoes $1.25 Heaty IMerwear - 49c Werk Shirts - - - 39c UtW LATEST STYLES $18 Saiti $15; $15 Suits $12 Hp. $12 " $19; $19 " $7.5 OVERCOATS ALL GRADES MENS' SUITS Flew Best - P.teat Flew ' 69, 65 ds. 59 di. I Ceae, he feed,"take ia the tewa A COUNTRY STORE IN TOWN R. J. ENGLE, ... Phone 60 ... Berea, Ky. stalks and straw on their fields. This should never bo dono, but Instead the straw and stalks should be cut and turned under. This process adds to tho organic matter In ( tho soli, Increases Its water holding power and Improves Its general condition. The three chief hindrances then to succesful mountain farming aro the washing away ot the land, the poor preparation of the soil for the crops and the waste of valuable fertilizing material. If tho mountain farmers will uso the methods that aro easily within their reach of overcoming these hindrances, they will not only mako mountain farming easier and more profitable, but will greatly Increase the happiness and welfare ot the D. D. Holmes. i INTENSIVE FARMING How to Improve Mountain Farms THE HINDRANCES that tho , See R. H. CHRISMAN. Tho two great mistakes 'THE FURNITURE MAN" trlct. all for the purpose ot mainNEWS OF THE WEEK taining a Graded Common School DisContinued from fir it pagt on the lot now occupied by tho trict present public school In Berea, and ies whero ho delivered his last mestlx boundary ot proposed Graded for erecting, purchasing, or repairing sage. Common 8chool District, In the town suitable buildings tor said purpose therein, and for any and all other Monday, Francisco I. Madero, tho of Here, and certain adjoining tcrrl-tornecessary Incidental expenses to carryfor an election therein. hero ot the Revolution, took tho oath Order (or eloctlon a to Graded ing on and conducting a first class of office. He was also greeted by the Graded Common School at Berea, School District. cheers of tho thousands and covered Madison County, Kentucky. This matter being upon tho docli-it Is further ordered tbat said elec- with flowors. On Nov. 12th Do ilav and It auoearlng that el purpose of tion Is to bo held for the sails for Europo from tho same more than ton legal voter who are electing five trustees for the propostaxpayer in tho proposed district ed Common School District, said port from which Diaz fled a fugitive, or Madison County, Kentucky, havo trustoes when elected to be divided tho Provisional President, on tho conpetitioned this Court to fix th into th re o clauses In accordance with trary, bearing with him tho gratitude boundary of tho proposed Graded Kentucky Statutes, Section 4471 and of tho nation. Common School District, and to or 4469. Gradan election to dr Common School,ostabllshIt a further Tho shoriff ot Madison County ENGLAND'S KING AND QUEEN and ed King Georgo and Queen Mary of appearing that said putlUon Is ap- shall havo this order published in England are to sail from South EduTho Citizen, a newspaper published proved by the County Hoard of cation and tho Superintendent ot In Ilorea, Kentucky, for ut least twen- Hampton today for India to atCommon Schools ot Madison County, ty days before the election and ndver-tls- o tend tho Indian coronation or Dur-bthe samo by printed hand bills, and It further appearing that no part at Delhi where they are to ot tho boundary ot said proposed !ostcd In flvo conspicuous places In crowned Krapcror and Empress of Inproposed Graded Graded Comtuou School District will said Common bo mor Uian two and ono half miles School District, for tho same length dia, Dec. 7th. from tho school house, tho Court be- i of time, and shall have the advertiseIN OUR OWN STATE ing advised, it Is considered and ad- ment Inserted and notices herein projudged and hereby ordered that the vided for posted within ten days af(Continued from first page) following boundaries shall bo spread ter ho receives this order, and at least llahlng night schools throughout the upon tho order book ot this Court twenty days before tho election. as the boundaries ot the proposed I Said sheriff shall appoint a judge county for pennons eighteen years School District: Graded Common and a clerk of said election, who shall ot ago and over and has enlisted, as n take and subscribe to an oath for teachers, tho regular teachers, lawBeginning at a point ou the of their plko whero the dirt road tho faithful performance pike duties, on the day set apart for tho yers doctors, ministers and business to Possum Kingdom leaves tho ot tho old Uu election, tho officers shall open a mon. Their motto Is "No let and about the corner Ictt farm; thence a straight line to poll and shall propound to each up Is not t.n until there a culvert In tho West Union road voter who may voto, the quostlon, illiterate person In the entire ot Laura Spunce's bouse, In- "Are you for or against tho Graded In front cluding name, thonco a straight lino Common School tax!' and hla vote county." No ono Is too old to learn. to the point where the Slate Lick shall be recorded for or against the . Why not organize such schools In road runs under tho railroad bridge same as ho may direct. overy county In tho commonwealth. so aa to Include J, M. Shell; thence , Said election officers shall also SCHOOLMASTERS' CLUB uu a branch to the head ot Logllck UUIU UU VfVVllUU lit IUU PiWU UU Tho Schoolmasters,' Club will meet Hollow, Including Judge Lunsford's place and by the aamo persons who house; thence a Btralght lino to Cen-to- r voto at tho election for the tax to at tho Seclbach Hotel in Louisville, ot a low gap a lltUe south ot elect a board ot trustees of said pro- Nov. 15th, at G p. m. Instead ot the Lee's Knob; thence a straight lino posed Gradod School District and tho usual program tho club will attend to tho brldgo In Scaffold Cano pike flvo persons receiving tho highest over the waters ot Silver Crook near number ot votes shall bo declared the session ot the Greater Kentucky Convention where the topics In which' tho fork of said creek at tho corner of elected trustees. DoughW. It. Sbackleford, tho Schoolmasters are Interested will J. V. Ilrownlng's and Thomas Drownerty's farms. Including. J. K. Judge. Madison County Court. bo discussed. ing, and near Henry Ulckncll's fsnn; . , KENTUCKY'S GUEST thenco down Sliver Creek and 1U Stato of Kentucky, J President Taft is Kentucky's guost meanders to the house ot Noel Mit- County of Madison. chell, excluding It; thonco a straight I 1, R. D. Terrlll, clerk of the Madi- for two days this week, Wednesday line to the house of John Johnson son County Court, do hereby certify and Thursday. Yesterday ho attend-o- d Including It; thenco a straight lino that tho foregoing Is a truo and comtho dedication of the Lincoln Sta-tu- o tnS. l "l.rk' rrnlilrnfr liu'lllillne it: plete, copy of order of election In tho Capitol Building at Frankthence s itrulnlit line to K. T. Milt's In tho case ot Q. D. Iiolllday TeMeMe including it and II. S Ter-nll'- and others on potlilon tor Graded fort. Today ho goes to Hodgenvlllo itral(-li- t line to School as Is filed In my orrico in 'Jence; thence a to bo present at the dedication of the rUfeilinlng Including all residences tho papers In the above styled action. tho Lincoln Memorial Hall on tho of said line. south Witness my nana tins tin aay ot Lincoln farm. Ho delivers an address the October, 1911. And It is further ordered that at both gatherings. It. B. Terrlll. Clerk. sheriff ot Madison County do hold By D. Tovls Huguely, D. C. on the 18th day ot November. 1911, It's Different In Life, In obedience to tho foregoing at tho school house In Uerea, Madison "In County, Kentucky, between tho hours and Judgment of the Madison waits novels tho virtuous hero ulways twenty years for the equally virand of 6 a. m. and 4 p. m. an election for County Court, 1 havo caused the purposo of taking tho sense of directed tho publication ot the tore- -i tuous heroine; In real life nolther Uie legal whlto voters within the going as therein directed, and I or waits for tho other moro than 20 minabovo doscrlbed boundaries constitut- one ot my deputies will on tho 18th utes, and sometimes not even that, If ing the proposed graded Common .day of November, 1911, opou a poll there Is anything moro exciting going School District upon tho proposition at tho present Common School build-lin- g on." "Diana of Dreams, by O. tt -Mother or uot they are for or la tho city ot Berea, Kentucky, Hurgln. Uio annual Gradod Common between tho hours of 6 a. in. and 4 chool tax In tho sum ot thirty p. m. so that the legal whlto voMight Be Good Idea. may flvo cents on each 100 of the pro- ters In tho torrltory doscrlbed It is distressing to think of the perty assessed within the abovo dos voto on tho question submitted and crlbed boundaries and belonging to I hereby appoint Len. Hoiklni, judge wnste of time nnd money, and some-tlmo-s temper, which could be avoided whlto voters or corporations and In ami W. C. Kngle, clerk of said election. addition thereto an annual poll tax Given under my hand this Cth If education In housekeeping were ot $1.50 per capita on each white day of October, 1911 recognized as a part of the school mao Inhabitant over twenty-oucurriculum. Exchange. D. A. McCord, years ot ago residing In said proSheriff of Madison County. posed Graded Common School DIs- - Order for Electiea for Graded Sckool Mftdlson County Court In re petition 0. U. Holllday and others to y. hi La-llar- ra mountain farmers are making today are that they are trying to cultivate farms which are too largo and are letting them wash away. In Kentucky many fanners are "land poor" because they do not havo tho capital with which to till a hundred or two hundred aero farm on which they have to pay higher taxes evory decade. If they were to sell off half of their land and spend that money cultivating tho rest of It, they would becomo prosperous. Tho finest farming In the world is In the northern section ot Belgium. Many farms contain only seven or eight acres. The land Is not naturally rich, but tho labor ot tho people has made a garden of It. They spend threo or four times as much on An ncre as the farmer does In Kentucky nnd keep more cattle. They feed 1800 peoplo to a square mllo and save money. They farm In a careful and buslnoss llko way. They economlzo their time well, waste no material and leave no corners In possession of weeds; and they study which are the best crops, the best Implements, tho best breeds of cattle and watch tho market to see what products are In tho greatest domand. More land in this country has been rendered unfit for corn growing by tho washing away of tho surface soli than by conBtant cropping. Soil washing must bo guarded against, if profltablo crops are to bo harvested from tho samo field for a number of years, and with proper attention In this respect the farms may bo made bettor year by year. The effects of heavy rains" are to wash out gullies and ditches nnd to carry away the soil and plant food as muddy water. One heavy rain will sometimes carry away from a field more soil than a man with a team and wagon could replace In a week. It Is to be re- As a rule tho mountain farmer bows his seed on poorly prepared ground. The soil must bo thoroughly .pulverized, well compacted and havo a good contact with tho subsoil. Tho compacting ot tho seed bed brings the soil particles closer together and allows the moisture to rise more freely from the subsoil Into tho seed bed, where the roots ot the plant can reach It. Another sourco of loss In mountain farming lies In the fact that many kinds ot valuable vegetable matter are 'allowed to go to waste. For ex- peoplo. ample many people burn the corn , BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE I have just bought the Isaacs' Hardware Store and in the future will carry a complete line oi HARDWARE, PAINTS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES ar PricesRight J. D. CLARKSTQN GlvUs aCall PALACE MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you want and get what you call for. Highest market price paid for butter, eggs and chickens Leaf Lare, guaranteed pure. Kldd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. Pish and Oysters every Thursday. Wal-laceto- U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. I 1 en-tor- cd tf o gretted that farmers In the newer and more fertile sections of tho country are not as wide awako to the destructive effects of soil washing as they are in older sections whero tho fnrms have already been injured by tho rains of past centuries. No matter In what sections of the state one may travel, he may see during the winter many corn and tobacco fields lying bare. To leave cultivated fields In this condition means a great loss. Cultivation of tho previous season always develbps available plant food that the crop did not uso. Much of this may bo lost by leaching. A cover crop will bind the soil and prevent washing. H will uso up the available plant food left by tho preceding crop. This will bo returned to tho soil whether the crop Is turned under or cover pastured. Winter oats and ryo aro crops two of tho best for winter cover. Thoy will develop a root system which will materially prevent washing during tho winter and tho roots will greatly improve tho physical condition ot tho soil. 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? 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 u rite me what you want or call at my office and we will talk it over. REMEMBER WHAT I SAY, you will always get a square deal with Holiday If interested. CALL UPON OR ADDRE8S, ANOTHER GOOD FARM FOR SALE mile from puhlio hoIiooI and two miles from Berea Thin fftrtn Is good rod bud, llmo Htono land, all lu Brans nnd Is one of the best uraim farms near Hornn, If well wittered, liiwt plenty of wood and timber to keep tin place and fenced all around with wlro fence. Ono good orchard and fairly flood houso, barn atid outbitlldlnpa on place. Th h farm without question is the bent 78 l0 acred of land for the money In this section nnd can bo bought any time within the next thirty days for only $45 85 porncro. Anyone wanting u Farm Bargain should inako It known to J. 1. Hlcknollntonco, I alno havttfourof the most beautiful btislnoHS lots right In tho business section of Berea on Chestnut St., where such loU are worth one 1800 each. thousand dollars each. Tlieso lots nre 'M ft.-- in. x 00 ft. Triceto suit I havo other farms of various sizes with prices nnd tonus Hookcastlo, (iarrard and Madison Cos. Come, sso mid buy lauds and lots. pike. Ono-fourCol-logtli -pur-uhaso- V The Best Qualities of Containing 78 0 nercH lying north of Heron on Heron and Ulolimond 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. Mala St. G, D. Room 4, Berea Bank HOLLIDAY C& . Trust Building J. P. BICKNELL W. I. DOOLEY BEREA, KY. Ber.a, Ky. Berea, Ky. Page Six. THE CITIZEN maker of phrases. am always ready to lists. Always ready to hear wbntoyer pet- - I emn march up to a fortress aad sum1 mon the place to surrender. tains to Miles 8tandlsh." Thereupon answered tho Captain, em- But march up to a woman with such t proposal, I dare not. barrassed, and culling bis phrasea: " Tls not good for a man to bo alono, I'm not afraid of bullets, nor shot say the Scriptures. from the mouth of n cannon, This I hftTo said bctoro, and again But of n thundering 'No!' point-blanfrom tho mouth of a woman, and again I repeat It: Kvery hour In tho day, I think It, and That I confess I'm afraid of, nor am I ashamed to confess It! feel It, and say It Slnco Itose Standish died, my life has been weary and drcwy; Sick at heart have I been, beyond the healing of friendship. Oft In my lonely hours have I thought of tho maiden Prlscllla, She Is alono In the world; her father and mother and 'brother Died In the winter together; I saw her BaBBsli!BBSBB9Sisl going and coming. J Now to the grare of the dead, and now to the bed of tho dying. Patient, courageous, and strong, and said to myself, that if ever There were angels on earth, as there are angels In heaven, Two have I seen and known; and the angel whose namo Is Prlscllla Holds In my desolate life the place which the other abandoned. Long have I cherished tho thought, but never have dared to reveal It. Delng a coward In this, though valiant enough for the most-part- . do to the damsel Prlscllla, the lovo- llcst maiden of Plymouth, Bay that a blunt old Captain, a man not of words but of actions, Offers his hand and his heart, tho hand and heart of a soldlor. New to the Grave of the Dead. Not In these words, you know, but this In short Is my meaning; So you must grant my roquost, for I am a maker of war, and not a maker you are an elegant scholar. of phrases. Having the graces of speech, and skill You, who are bred as a scholar, can In tbo turning of phrases." say It In elegant language, Taking the hand of his friend, who Such as you read In your books of the still was reluctant and doubtful, pleadings and woolngs of lovers. Holding It long In his own, and press Such as you think best adapted to win ing It kindly, be added: the heart of a maiden." Though t have spoken thus lightly, yet deep Is tho fooling that When he had spoken, John Alden, prompts mo; stripling. Surely you can not refuse what I ask taciturn the in the nnme of our friendship!" Then made answer John Alden: "The name of friendship Is sacred; What you demand in that name, I have not tho power to deny you!" So the strong will prevailed, subduing and molding tho gentler. Friendship prevailed over love, and Alden went no his errand. (TO DE CONTINUED.) fair-haire- November 9, 191 1 jTsERIALv I STORY J BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL DEPARTMENT OF BEREA COLLEGE k a speciaea ef ear werk.) Prints hand-billletterheads, cards, rcporti, sermons, aud bocks la the best manner, and at lowest prices. (The Cttkea s, Courtship Standish With Illustrations Howard Chandler Christ cWiles SCIENCE OF CITY BUILDING Your patronngu is asked to help students, and to insure your Retting your money's worth. Call at the office, or send orders-b-y mail. You will get cat isfaction. Terms cash. Address Many Cities Dtstrt the Topsy Method of Expansion and Begin to Raich Out. BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL, Berea, ky. lOoprichl. Tha BobMM.rria O"porl Love and Friendship Nothing was heard In the room but the hurrylnc pen of tho stripling. Or an occasional sigh from tho laboring heart of the CspUIn, Heading the raarrelous word anl nchleyomonU of Julius Caesar. .After a while he exclaimed, oa he mote with his hand, palm down ward, Lflearllr on the page: "A wonderful man was this Caesar! Tou are a writer, and t am a fighter, but here Is a fcllew Who could both wrlto and fight, and In both was equally skilful!" Straightway answered aad spake John Alden, tho comely, the youthful: Tea. be was equally skilled, as yousay, with bis pen aad his weanons. I Somewhere hare read, but where I forget, ho could dictate eSBBBBBBBBslsjeBSSSMSSBBBBBBl-SSTt-hlayff- sWBsSSSSSSSSSSSl &iaSBHSBmeBSSBBBBBBBBu HflflflflLflK&flflHHHHflflHHHsln flflH1' vflflHHHHBflfll Every 8entenco Began or Closed With "Prlscllla." Seven letters at once, at the same time writing his memoirs." "Truly." continued the Captain, not heeding or hearing the other, "Truly a wonderful raaa was Calus Julius Caesar! Better be first, he said. In a little Iberian village, Than be second in Rome; and I think he was right when be said it. Twice was he married before he was twenty, and many times after; Battles five hundred ho fought, and a thousand cites he conquered; He, too, fought In Flanders, as he himself has recorded; Finally ho was stabbed by his friend, the orator Brutus! Now, do you know what he did on a certain occasion in Flanders, of his army reWhen the treated, the front giving war. too. And the Immortal Twelfth Legion was crowded so closely togother Th,ere was no room for their swords? Why. bo seized a shield from a rear-guar- at his words, surprised, embarrassed, bewildered. Trying to mask his dismay by treating the subject with lightness, Trying to smile, and yet feeling his heart stand still In his bosom. stops In a house Just as a that Is stricken by lightning, ' Thus made answer and spake, or rather stammered than answered: "Such a message as that. I am sure I should mangle ami mar It; If you would have It well done I am only repeating your maxim You must do It yourself, you must not leave It to others!" But with the air of a man whom nothing can turn from his purpose. Gravely shaking his bead, made answer tho Captain of Plymouth: "Truly the maxim Is good, and I do not mean to gainsay It; But we must use It discreetly, and not waste powder for nothing. Now, as I tald before, I was never n All aghast time-ploce Put ' captains, Calling each by his name, to order forward the ensigns; Then to widen tho ranks, and give moro room for their weapons; T3o be won the day. the battle of some- thlng-or-othe- r. soldier, himself straight at the head or his troops, and commanded tue That's what I always say: If you wish a thing to well done. You must do It yourself, you must not leave It to others!" All was silent again; tho Captain Trior are certain cities, big and small, that are deserting the Topsy method of Just growing, says Harper's Weekly. They are being gently and To those who have children to educate and wish to reside In persistently pushed along toward greatness. To use an Invidious meta Berea for a longer or shorter time to enjoy its educational ad. phor, they are picking factories from vantages, the College has a number of houses, large and small, their leas wakeful neighbors and some of them partly furnished, to rent on reasonable terms. planting them In their own towns; Address they are causing the transfer of hundreds of millions of dollars' worth of THE COLLEGE TREASURER, Berea, Ky. business from the somnolent cities and. In Uils time of reforms, are boasting f their remarkable progress in population. The way the thing is done may be aptly Illustrated by the manner In which Pougbkeepsle obtained an automobile factory. The secretary read NURSE TRAINING SCHOOL OF BEREA COLLEGE In a newspaper that an Italian company was thinking of locating a fac Has best operating room and all modern appliances for cam tory in this country. Without waiting of a limited number of patients. Hospital treatment greatly infor tbo owners to have a chance to creases prospects of recovery. look the country over and decide for themselves, the secretary' pounced Rates One Dollar a day and up. upon them and talked Poughkeepsle, talked it hard and convincingly. He Bond for prompt payment required. invited them to come up and see the place, and when he got them took For further particulars address them all over the town and showed THE HOSPITAL, Berea, Ky. tbm the schools and churches, the porks and worklngmen's houses, told them about the railroad fncllltlesnnd rates. Tnen ne took tbcm to the very spot that he had picked out In advance where they could build. He pictured the factory to them, pointed to the homes their men would live In, told them how low the taxes were and how healthful was the air. When they went awsy tho visitors had every good point about Poughkeepsle If Mrs. Jones buys her coffee at throbbing In their heads in 100 differ- Smith's each week ent forms, nnd consequently they If the coffoo in your store Is batstraightway came back and built ter than Smith's and cheaper their factory In Poughkeepsle Why. TELL MRS. JONES I Every maa and woman Is anxious The Finishing Touch. Don't dash wildly across the to bay some article necessity or "No," says the eminent actress earnestly. "I cannot approve of the fash-Io- MAKE WASTE PLACES BLOOM street to toll her, though; sho'd luxury every day of his ot her life. laugh at you. Insert a sane, forceSingle handed it would take you that so many members of my profession have of being photographed Railway Station Garden la Latest ful advertisement In this paper months to seek out those Interested continually." about your coffee. in your line of business. Move Toward the City The reporter makes some fovcrlsb We'll catch hor eye by making An advertisement in this paper Beautiful. notes and she continues: your ad. attractive. Then all that does the work instantaneously. "It seems to me that because one During tho last few years a new Is left for you to do is to tako in It corrals the purchaser brings Is on the stage Is no reason why he or kind of garden has come Into being In the money for the coffoo Mrs. him to your store mokes him buy she should consider his or her face tho shape of the railway station gar- Jones buys. things you advertised. of absorbing Interest to the public" den. It Is tended by members of tho She continues for bait a column and staff, and Is usually a picture of neatlOoprtvt. iah. br vf. it. u.) (UiprrtaiM, uu. bt w. h. II j as the reporter Is stowing away bis ness, and often of beauty as well. The notebook she smiles sweetly and says: small, tidy beds, or long narrow bor"Here Is one of my latest photo- ders edged with whlto stones, are graphs for you to use with the Inter- often glorious mnsses of color, withview. I sat for It only yesterday, so out one jarring note. At some country you may be sure It has never before stations tho name of the placi Is been reproduced." Judge. worked out In flowers or small shrubs, and should the traveler by chance fall There Was a Difference. Into conversation with the presiding If you are in A local Protestant clergyman has genius ot tho garden he will find that annually, and then carefully decided, much to the disappointment a remark on the natttness and prettt-nes- s note "the effect it has in inbusiness and you of bis congregation, to accept a call of the schema of decoration will creasing your volume of busiAfljF VA. want to make to another pulpit in an eastern city. A bo much appreciated. In their season, few days ago. one of the neighbors roses usually red or white or yellow flflj vflV more money you ness; whether a xo, ao or o met the little son of this minister, Ramblers bloom luxuriantly at many per cent increase. If you Wl" red every and said: a wayside stopping place and transsflftMHP word we have to watch this gain from year to "So your father Is going to work In form the station Itself Into a "thing you will become intensely inBlanktown, Is he?" HTVfl say. Are you of beauty." London Globe. Tho little boy looked up In surprise. flB spending your terested in your advertising, fly "Ob, no," be said. "Only to preach and how you can make it en8outh America's Worst Brigands. money for ad- Af there." I made many expeditions from Polarge your business. vertising in hap-'B- F test Into the surrounding country, His Wonderful Memory. If you try this method we flj hazard fashion In tbe Wide writes W. "Excuse me." said tbe absent-mindebelieve you will not want to Va at if intended sW professor, "but haven't we met be-- World. The Indians here are tbe nolikewise descendants I torious Almara, for charity, or do you adverlet a single Issue of this paper fore?" "Why, yes." replied the beautiful of the Incas, and the worst brigands go to press without something tise for direct results? girl. "Our hostess Introduced us just i In South America. Tbelr principal ocfrom your store. Did you ever stop to think I cupation is murder and theft, and unbefore dinner tonight" We will be pleased to have "Ah, I remember! I never forget til qulto recently they sacrificed tbelr how your advertising can be prisoners to the gods, and then parface!" Stray Stories. you call on us, and we will made a source o( profit to took of their flesh. As regards savtake pleasure in explaining agery, they easily excel all other you, and how its value can be tribes. Tbe sacrificial victim was not our annual contract for so measured in dollars and merely butchered, as happens In most many inches, and how it can ber cents. If you have not, you similar cases; he was bound, and then U5d in whatever amount that" are throwing money away. the flesh wns torn oft bis living body and eaten by men, women and chilseems necessary to you. Advertising is a modern dren. If, In the process of being tor business necessity, but must If you can sell goods over turcd, as much as a moan escaped bis be conducted on business the counter we can also show lips, tho bones ot the victim were thrown away; but tf, on tbe contrary, principles. If you are not you why this paper will best be was stole enough to bo silent, the satisfied with your advertising serve your interests when you ( up on a bones were collected and set you should set aside a certain want te reach the people of pile ot rocks to be worshiped. It is amount of money to be spent still within tbe memory of living mar this community. that human meat was sold among the HOUSES TO RENT 7 THE BEREA HOSPITAL Find the Man N Enlarging Your Business LagB J flj Hllton-Slmpso- n 1 I Almara. contluucd his reading. Nothing was heard In the room but ihn hurrvlnr nen of the stripling. Writing epistles Important to go next day by the Mayflower, Filled with tho namo and the tame of of the Puritan maiden Prlscllla; Every sentenco began or closed with the name of Prisctlta, Till the treacherous 'pen, to which he confided the secret. Strove to betray It by singing and shouting the name of Prlscllla! finally closing his book, with a bang of the ponderous cover, Sudden and loud as the sound t a soldier grounding his musket, Thus to the young maa spake Miles Standish, the Captain of Plymouth: "When vou have finished your work. 1 have something Important to tell you. De sol. however. In haste; 1 can wait; I shall not bo Impatient!" Straightway Alden replied, as ho fnld1 Ihn lost of his letters. Pushing his papers aside, and giving respectful attention: "Speak; for whenever you speak. I Plant Street Trees. Plant a tree. Tbe expense Is small. The subsequent attention Is not large. Once started, tbe tree helps Itself as scarcely anything else ot moment to us ever doeB. It grows while we sleep. It drinks the sunshine and compounds Its own food out of tbe refuse gases of the air and the watery solutions of tbe soil. Out of these Inert, Inattrac-tlve- , barely recognizable substances by a miracle of transformation there comes forth that thing of life and beauty, which Is also a thing of tangible money value a tree. Improving. The Right Kind of Reading Matter The home news; the doings of the people la this town; the gossip of our own community, that's the first kind of reading matter you want. It is more important, more interesting to you than that given by the paper or magazine from the eutalde world. It is the first reading matter you should buy. Each issue of this paper gives to you just what you will consider "Illlgglns like to bear himself talk." "Is that all you have against hlmr "Could anything be worse?" "Certainly. Bllgglns used to like to near himself sing." Umpire's Joy. y be claims to be tbe only Impartial umpire In tbe game? Oa what does he base tbe claim?" "He says he's' always abused by both sides Instead of by only ons," "Ho per-;ectl- A Wonderful Man Was Calus Julius i.c.ar." The Right Kind ot Reading Matter. November 9, 1911 THE CITIZEN. STORAGE OF THE ROOT CROPS Concrete Cellar la Economical and Easy of Construction Pit Alts Found Satisfactory. B. J, DKI.WICIirj, WUconitn.) Hoot crops aro valuable for stock feeding, both for their content or nutrients ana In supplying succulent feed for tho winter months. Under good conditions a large amount of feed per ncre can be grown from roots, for this reason tbey are useful on small forma where the amount of land under cultivation Is email. Hoots can probably bo grown for less than $2 per ton undor favorable conditions. Tho coat of production per aero Is approximately $35 per (Xly Page Sevea. STOCK ESSENTIALS Among LIVE MANY ADVANTAGES GAINED BY PERSISTENT USE OF LOG DRAG Device BEREA Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OP THE MOUNTAINS What Are Your Talents? What Are Year Alms? Berea Has the Training That Is Best Per TOO. Then enter the for Kooplnp; Roads Smooth and Firm nnd Level Described by Government Expert Two Mistakes are Commonly Mnde In Construction of Implement Dry Cedar "Log Best. FOR IDEAL RAM Ho Mutt Othtr Important Features Are you not far advanced? Pontti a. Bold, Strong and Masculine Face. WBATIIKIIRTONK.) acre. (fly It. There arc many essentials ,for an Ideal ram. First, of course, la that h. mint bo a good tiro. A breeder, If 'II will. ranted this condition, thorn r army other Important features. ll must poieeaa character, as Indicated hy bold carriage, strong front and n "slrey" look, ilia face should be bold, strong and masculine. Tbrso charncterlittcs are to bo rniim as Indicative of ability to produce these characteristics In his offspring However, thele characteristics must " good ones; for a aire that possesses Young Shropshire Ram. masculinity and character, strong ability to produce bis characteristics, inuat bare good ones to produce, or his mnuence Is bad. A masculine ram of bad conforms Hon Is worse thnn ono lacking In mas. cullnlty. of tba same quality other wise; becauso he Is more apt to repro duce bla faulty qualities. O ran ted, that we desire the good qualities, what are they? We must have a broad munle and nose, giving plenty of breathing room and lota of room for tbe mill, the teeth. The neck should be abort, strong and muscular. Tbe cheat should bo deep, broad and capacious, giving to the vital organs plenty of room. The back should be broad, murcular and strong a bridge ns It were, to carry all the middle of tbe body. The loins abouM b broad and deep. Tbe most valuable meat Is produced hero. Tho rump sbould be long and wide at the tall. Supporting all this sbould be good, strong legs, nblo to carry the body, and paaterns and toea that are atrong, The legs should be as short at pos-slble- . METAL COLLAR FOR A HORSE Meets Much Favor With Horssmtn Because It Hardens Flsth and Is Always Cool, It is a mlalako to use a very soft collar on a horse. Tbe collar sbould be an firm aa It con possibly be made, and if of leather, the surface should be smooth, bard, and tbe collar Knelt evenly stuffed with tbe belt of hair. or other fine resisting material. Tbe man who works bard with bla hands covered with soft gloves, usually finds at tho end of a day or two that his bands are soft, and often blistered. A horso'a flesh is no different from a man's. In tbts respect, and whenever Metal Horse Collar. it cornea In contact with a bard sub stance it will. In time, become galled, tougb and able to resist continued pressure without injury. Tbe metal borae collar is in great favor with many horsemen for this reason. They claim that It Is alwaya cool; the draft is adjusted to tbe whole neck Instead of pulling most where the tugs are attached, and the horse's shoulders never become galled. Give Colts Grain. Farmers, don't forget that your draft colta need some grain this fall. When pastures are abort, a little grain will effect wonders In a colt's development. They may be left to eat with the maret, but It la better to provide a place of tbelr own when tbey get tbe amount Intended for tbem. There Is no feed better than oats for young stock, but it Is also a good Idea to give a llttlo com. A little feed at this time will do much to make big drafters out of tbem. winter is tbe best reason why our hog bouses should bo so constructed hogs every ray as to give Just because sunshine is scnre Sunshine In Hog Houses. in te pos-.albl- Milk for Pigs. For feeding to calves or pigs the tiilllc Is better fresh and warm from en thick, tour tbe separator, but poultry milk. thrive Tbe many useful advantages to be from tbo persistent use of a road-draon earth roads are very clearly set forth In a pamphlet Issued by tho United States department ot agriculture. The subject. "The Use of Drng on Earth Koads," the Split-LoIs treated In "Farmers' bulletin 321," by D. Ward King, an expert in the ofbuilt most economically of concrote. fice of public roads. In opening bll Ordinarily cement Is the only material description of the drag, Mr. King exthat has to be purchased. The gravel plains tbat there ore at present In and sand are usually available at no this country about 2,000,000 miles of great distance on most farms. While earth roads, most of wblcb must be the tcmperaturo In a root houso should maintained by some meins more or drag la never fall to tho freezing point. It less Inexpensive. Tbe split-loshould be at a low point for best re- of great service on roads of this class. The author of tbe pamphlet baa expersults In keeping roots. When no cellar is available, roota imented with a great variety of devices may bo stored In pits. For fall and for road dragging, but has found tbe log, or plank drag, with lib eariy winter feeding, they need not be l covered to any great depth. The roots eral setback, the most satisfactory. are put in n conlo.il pile, about four Double drags for working both sides simultaneously have been reel in diameter on a bed of clean of the road straw, then covered with a layer of tried with only limited success. The two Inches of long straw. Clean rye reason for this lies In tho fact that strnw Is preferred for this purpose. both sides ot an earth road are never Tho straw at the apex of tbe pile Is exactly allko. This causes tho two unevenly mndo to form a chimney five or tlx parts ot the drag to work Inches In diameter for ventilation. and to Intcrfcro with each other. It Is also Imopsslble for one roan to operate both parts successfully. Continuing, the author says In part: Two mistakes are commonly mado in constructing a drng. The first lies In making It too heavy. It sbould be fo light that one man can easily lift It. Besides, a light drag responds more readily to various methods ot Croaa Section of Pit. hitching and to tbo shifting of the po Dirt Is thrown on the pile to a depth sition and weight of tbe operator. The of alx Inchest The roots are piled as other mistake Is In the uso of squared high, as possible so as to abed water, timbers Instead of those with sharp For early winter feeding tbe layer edges, whereby tho cutting effect ot of dirt should be thicker, and in ad sharp edges Is lost and tbe drng Is per dition a covering of atraw or horse mitted to glide over Instead ot to manure should be placed over tbe equalize tbe irregularities In the sur face ot the road. A dry cedar log Is whole pile. A concrete root house which is nc tho best material for a drag. Red elm cesslble at all times Is much more and walnut when thorougbly sea satisfactory and moro economical In soned, are excellent, and boxelder. soft maple, or even willow are prefertbe long run. able to oak, hickory or ash. The log should be seven or eight feet long and from ten to twelve Inches In diameter, and carefully split down tho middle. The heaviest and best slab should be selected for tbo front. At a point on this front slab foar Inches from tho end that Is to be at tbe middle of the road locate tbe center of the bole to receive a cross stake and 22 Inches from tbe other end of the front slab locate the center for anothor cross stake. The hole for tbo middle stake will He on a line connectlng and half-wabetween tho Corn Bllage It not considered a very other two. The back slab should now good feed for hogs nor horses. be placed In position behind the other. Poorly fed sheep will not produce From tho end which is to be at mid very good wool, nor good mutton. dle ot the road measure 20 Inches for In tbe feeding of live stock there Is the center of tbe cross stake and six n chance for a large leak and yet inches from tbe other end locate the have It unknown. center of tho outside stake. Find tbe A runaway horse Is only safe In tbo center ot tbo middle hole as before. stable with a good halter and the When theso holes are brought opposite each other, one end of tbo back stable door latched. Skimp your sheep on good pasture slab will lie 16 Inches nearer the center and they wilt skimp you on mutton. of the roadway than the front one. giving what Is known as "set back." Works both ways. lly tbe time the pigs are eight Tbo holes should be two inches in diwceka old they will be ready to wean ameter. Caro must bo taken to hold the auger plumb In boring these holes. without any check In their growth. In order that tho stakes shall lit prop Oct tho bogs on to new corn careerly. Tho hole to receive tbe forward fully. It Is bard stuff to digest You end of tho chain should be bored at know that from personal experience. same time. Carry your good care of the owea tbe Tho two slabs should be held 30 thts fall as far aa feeding plenty ot Inchos apart by tbe stakes. Straight-grainenice bright oats to keep them In con timber should be selected for dition. tbe stakes, so tbat each stake shall tit Don't "so a grade sire to Improve snugly Into the bole when your herd If there la any possibility the two slabs are In tbe proper posiof your securing tbo service ot a tion. Tbe stakes sbould taper gradupure-breally toward the ends. There should Don't push the fat borae on hot be no shoulder at the point where days, either In the fields or on the tbe stakes enter the slab. The stakes road. Once overheated ho loses bait should bo fastened In place by bis value. wedges only. Too much grass weakens all teams tho stakes have been placed at hard, stesdy work. A run in tbe In.When position and tightly wedged, a grass lot or fields Sundays or rainy, brace two Inches thick and four Inches days is sufficient wldo should be placed diagonally to You will be getting your inalo sheep them at tbe ditch eud, as shown in for the fall's breeding soon. Pay figure 1. Tho brace should be dropped enough to get a good one. There la ou tho Iront slab, so tbat Its lower money in better stock. edge shall He wlthlu an Inch of tbe IUessed be the man who will Intent ground, wbllo the other end should a floor for-- a bog house that will rest in tbe angle between tbe slab and drain easily and keep cleau without tbe end stake. n man having to set up nights to do A strip ot iron about 3 Mi feet long. it. or four Inches wldo and Animals need food to build up bone three ot an Inch thick may be used and muscle and repair the wear and for tho blade. This should be attear on their bodies, and tbey need tached to the front slab, to tbat It will food to furnish beat and energy and Inch below tbe lower edge be store up fat. of the slab at tbe ditch end, while the Teams at steady work, whether on end of tho Iron toward the middle ot the farm or on tho road, tf turned out the road should be flush with the edge' to graze at night, soon lose flesh and ot the alab. The bolts holding the become dull. It Is too much of tbe blade In place ahould have Oat heads strenuous life at once. and the boles to receive tbem sbould Fodder that la somewhat green be countersunk. when cut should be left very lightly It tbe face of the log stands plumb tied In tho shock for a day or two In It Is well to wedge out the lower edge order that It may cure out before of tha blade with a tied and bound tightly together. gained g two-slad two-Incone-quartone-half be-Lathree-cornere- d Mangels give the heaviest yield per acre, with rutabagas and turnips a close second, and carrots third. Carrots and rutabagas are about equal In per cent, of digestible nutrients, and aro higher in tbts respect than either mangels or turnips. Turnips and rutabagas do not keep so well as some other roots. They sbould be fed In tbe fall and early winter In tbe order named. Mangels and carrots keep well over winter when properly stored. The best place to store roots is in a root cellar near where they are to be fed. Such a cellar may be a part of a barn, basement, or it may be built conveniently near to tho stock born. In most places the root house can be Split-Lo- Drag, strip of wood to give It a set like the ' bit ot a plane. A platform of Inch boards held together by three cleats should be placed on tho stakes between tbe slabs. These boards Bhould be spaced nt least an Inch apart to allow any earth that may heap up nnd fall over tho front slab to sift through upon the road again, Tbo end cleats sbould be placed so tbat they will not rest upon the cross stakes, but drop Inside them, while the mlddlo cleat can be shifted to either side of the mlddlo stake. These cleats should extend about an Inch beyond tbo finished width ot the platform. An ordinary trace chain Is strong enough to draw the Implement,, provided tbe clevis Is not fastened through a link. Tho chain should be wrapped around tbe rear stako, then passed over the front slab. liaising tho chain nt this end ot the slab allows the earth to drift past tho face ot tbe drag. The other end ot the chain should bo passed through the hole In tbe end ot tho slab and is held by a pin passed through a link. One arid f trace chains are sufficient one-hal- FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent Hen yM Will be placed with others like yourself, under a special teacher.-anteak BBoat rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and the oomeaesi breaches and b ready to us them. You will have singing, drawing, firm year la th Fossa On tad household management and free elation School costs less than 180 and is worth $1,000. Are you aiming to be a teacher? Then, Join the NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlntmore, Dean. Her Jon will be mm trained that you will fear no examination, and you will be taught hew tat tatch. Tbe demand for. Berea trained teachers far exceeds the supply. Are you interested in earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. Marsh, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Buelness Course, Etc Her you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy dots things In a superior manner. Are you desiring the next best thing to a College Course T The tako two years or three years in the GENERAL ACADEMY CQLIR8E, Francis K. Matheny, Dean. Two years, or three years, In such practical studies as will fit you for as honor-abl- e and useful life. You select your studies from such as these: Phyat-log-y the science of health; Civics the science of government; Srsiesiar ; the art ot correct speech and Ethics the science ot rlgaa and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general intelligence Botany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady; Phytlca the science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, eta, etc. Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start ta the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis K. Mtthewty. y Dean. Best training in Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. s has its own and Men's Dormitory, and a large body test-bookBook-Bindinletter-writingTat-Academclass-room- ' of students ot high character and ability, able Instructors, ana Library and apparatus. ue al OoV-tag- Berea College The College) Itself stands apart from all the other schools tastier Ks zaaav agement and has long maintained tho highest standards known )st the South. To conform to the Carnegie standards we have diminished our former requirements! Required and elective studies wrth opportunity to ooacaetrats) tn particular lines. Largest college library to Kentucky. Laberaletrlee quipped for student practice. Courses leading to the degree erf A. By, Bw B B. L, and B. Fed. MUSIC (Singing Free). Iteod Organ. Voice Culture, Piano, Theem Band, may be taken for special fees In connection with work to amy of tat) above schools. GUARD AGAINST UNSIGHTLY FOWL The Loss of Feathers on Cockerel's KecU In neutrally Due to Pnlltna Good Cure for Scurf. The loss of feathers on tbo front of tbo raalo bird's neck Is generally due to some feather pulling. If the wattles are long, bo Is apt to get some ot the morning mash on tbem, as well as on somo of tbo feathers on the neck. A hen noticing anything on tbe wattles of a male bird generally picks It oft, and It there should be anything on the feathers near tbe wattles, it would be natural for her to also pick at them, and In this way may gradually get the neck bare. In cases where tbe head and back of tbe neck are bare, and upon which la found a substance like dust. It la due to scurf. For this trouble nothing 1b better than to first glvo a teaapoonful of castor oil, after which give, dally, a little condition powder in tbe food. Anoint the parts with vaseline or petroleum Jelly. The loss of feathers on the backs of hens Is usually caused by sharp claws of the male bird. File the nails a little blunt, and remove the afflicted hens to separate quarters, feeding a little sulphur In the soft food and anoint the skin with vaseline or petroleum Jelly. Questions Answered Berts, Frltnd of Working Students. Berea College, with its aSliateeY schools, it not a money-makininstitution. It requires certain fees, it expends many thousands of dollars each year for tho benefit t Its dents, giving highest advantages at lowest coat, and arranging for students . to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to atwtae the character and reputation ot the young people. Our students count fret the bett families, and are earnest to do well and improve. For any wat i be tick the College provides doctor and nurse "without, extra charge. All except those with parents la Berea live in College, building. assist In work ot boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable trafctr, log, and getting pay according to tho value ot their labor. Except la wlsn ter it la expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their stM pen sea. Write to the Secretary beforo coming to secure emtloyzeest PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, pottage, books, tw yaryi with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate la tho fceatj g HANDY BARREL IS DIVISIBLE Made ta Two Parts and Can b Used Several TimB Economical in tbe LoosT but ta ttudentt mutt attend clasaea regardless of the weather, want wraps and underclothing, umbrellon and overshoes aro necessary. The tive Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, ambrsllas ther necessary article! at coat LIVING EXPEN8E8 are really below cott The College aska no for the fine buildings In which sti'dentt live, charging only enough roost rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing ot bedding ana towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, 11.35 a week, in the .tall, and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of beading, 40 to CO cents for each person. 8CHOOL FEE3 aro two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee tar return of room key, library books, etc This is paid but onco, and Is returns when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses fqr care of school bulleV Inge, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services ot teachers all our instruction it a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most ttudentt it $5.00 a term, 6.00 in Academy and Normal, and llOO In Colle, giate courses. PAYMENT MU8T BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments aro as follows: ra Vocational Run. and Foundation FALL TERM School. Academy After the head has been knocked out ot an barrel Its usefulness, except as "a receptacle for ashes. Is about over. A Nebraska man, however, has Invented a cask tbat la made in two parts and can be used over and over again for any goods which can be transported In a carrier Obviously some of this conception. things, like flour, could not The barrel Is cut transversely through tbe middle and the outer edges ot the old-styl- e Incidental Fee Room Board, T t and Normal 9 Collect. E.00 B.0 9.45 7.00 9 AS $22.49 9.45 $31.90 f ?. wecka 7.0tV . $20.05 Amount due Sept 13, 1911 9.45 Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911....... I2J.4B Mf SS.tO Total for term If paid In advanc $29.50 '$25.00 $ 5.00 931.40 92.4 WINTER TERM Incidental Fee Room I 8.00 ard 8 weekt $.00 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $23.50 1$ 6.00 1 4.00 6.75 $15.75 8.75 $22.50 $22.00 7.20 9.00 f w TJ .M Amount due Jan. 3, 1912 Board 6 weekt, due Feb. 14, 1912 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $30.70 $23 Jf Total for term If paid In advance SPRING TERM $32J4r 131.7 9 7.0 Incidental Bee Room Board, 5 I .00 BOO week , $.76 $17.75 M 9,7 919.7S Amount due March 27. 1912 Board 6 weekt. due May 1, 1912 (.76 $24.50 9,71 92S.M 92&M Total for term If paid In advance...., 924.00 Plan Now, Come January 3d young man or young woman can get an education at Any Berea If there Is the will to do so. It it a great advantage to start in the Fall and have a full yoar ot contwo parts have rings, whlcb fit closely together' and prevent tbe egress ot tinuous study. Many young people waste tlmo la the public schools goany substance. Threaded bolts, tun- ing over and over tbe tamo things, when they might bo Improving mocb ning through small rings and fastened coming to Berea and starting in on new atudlet with some of tha then-Il- l with nuts help keep tbe parts faster by together. Of course, a cask of this best young men and women from other counties and Statet. e type costs much more than tbe Make your plant to come January 3d. barrel, but it is claimed that It For Information or friendly advice write tc the Secretary. Is even less expensive In tbe long run, owing to the number of times It caa able-bodie- d New Divisible Barrel. old-styl- be used. D. WALTER MORTON, urea, ky. Page Eight. jjonononooononononononoiwnononotononotonoioonoionoj qulto THE CITIZEN. a lot of" rain hero Mr. Robert Bowman and family of Kings ton aro visiting friends at Rockford. Born to tho wlfo of Tom Egan, n J November o, 1 9 1, i . East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else connpocdmt rHlibt4 etlfM ilfita1 Infill tjr ttt niltir, 1U nitre It not lot pabllcitfcn, bat in trMenc of rood faith. Wtltt Wo I n o o flno boy. Rov. A. Cornelius filled his regular appointment at Scaffold WAIKIlMVIM.i: Wagcrsvlllo, Oct. 30, Mr. and Mr. V. Clemmons, who has been moderaJACKSON COUNTY A. B. Kelly nro vlsltlnc relatives In tor, gavo his farowoll sermon, Sunkoxtown. Borea, ths week. Mr. and Mrs. Simp Foxtown, Nov. 4. Ncnrly everyboJy day. Ho has served as moderator hero and children visited tho I Warfor lu town attended speaking at McKce, for tho lost four years, and wo aro family of Joo Warford, Sunday. Mrs. laBt Tuesday. Mrs. Sarah Bennett is sorry to loso him, and feel that, as n. ......... - , ii ti. i i. ..!., visiting her daughter, Mrs. Alfred a faithful Christian worker, his place this week, Mr. 1B rolatlvos hero "'"7UU Mooro, this week. The- citizens or cannot easily bo filled. Tho causo of and Mrs. Luther Yibung of Loxlnrr- Dry Fork 'aro at Work oil a now his resignation Is unknown, Mrs. J, ton aro visiting tho lattcr's parents, road which when completed will Ik R. Durham Is still on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Sparks. Irvlno The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. out of tho crook. Mr. John Mooro JOIINKTTA Charley Knap of Lot- of Tyner visited his brother, Alfred Newton Tuttlo has been qulto sick. - Scrlvncr nnd Johncttn, Oct. 29. Tho Rev. Cor- Inirtnn nro nmnni? frtpnilN hprt Mr. Anna Powell, who is teaching at of this place, last week. O. P. Ben ncllus is holding a few days' meeting M Cong o ,rv,n0 WM hero ,ho nett was in this vicinity this weoli Burning Sprlugs, Clay Co., visited at Corlnth.-Mes- srs. John Walker, n, ft numbor levying o'n ties. Ho stopped over her folks from Saturday until Mon- Chastoon and Henry Abney wero If. flrgt of tho fo,k T,8ltcd th MMM of day. Sho,was accompanied by throo night with his sister, Mrs. Moore v. ucrea, saiuruay, on uus.ness-- u. ,lcd Lck nd Mftm(J mc0 of hor Clay Co., friendsAlbert Pow Bob Harrison Is slowly Improving.-- was at Johnctta, Sunday. Mr. j Rnfnr-HnOwens nlnrir find Gnnflatr Thn Mrs. John Sandlln and son were vis' ell was the guest of J, R. Durham and i Frank Shell's baby Is very sick 'A11SS Mnnil nnil Kiln Vnrlr vlaltpil itlng at Mr. Harrison's, Wednesday family, Sunday afternoon. Judge uriinn vis ieu nomo io.ks, ,m gnm c M(m on C, O'Uear, our next governor, spoko aingg.o Cnck muni. Sunday-- Wm Forsy ho and wlfo VI,- - SundajPMri aIld Mr8. j. M. K(lwftrj8 Hugh, Nov. 6. Wo have been ha?' nt McKco, the 21th Inst, to a largo lted Mr. and .Mrs. Eliza Sexton, Sat wero tho guests of their daughter. lng somo very nice weather for tho nnd enthusiastic audience. Rev. Jul. urday night Several pooplo attend' Mrs. Frank Conglcton, Saturday night two weeks. Wo had rain and Lunsford of Dreyfus Is expected hero past .od. church at Corinth last Sundaynnd Sunday. Miss Kato Wagers who snow hero. Saturday. Born to Mr. this woek to superintend the work of John Rooso and wife of St. Louis, l ,ftgt wco,. glck ft f(JW d and Mrs. Shorman Powell, Oct. nth tbo Reformed church. Tho church Is Mo., are visiting friends and relative, ab, tQ out a8ft,n.McMr8 ,,0, Baptist church. A largo crowd attend- - rundored at the October term a boy. People are busy in this neigh' oxpectod to bo ready for dedication of this place.-- Mr. of tho and Mrs. 8parks were tho ed tho service. I. A. Hunter has his Madison Circuit Court In the auovo (Wagers and Robert .,, borhood making sorghum, gathering by tho third Sunday of next month. i ,.. Shell visited Mr. and .Mrs. Jack Hal- - I corn and working for tho Itusscl Tho Misses Florence and Magglo anger huw aioro aimosi comiueiea. Mrs. styled action, tho undersigned Mas ,c last Sa urday n KhL-- Mrs. , fct gnturd and Sund Kato Tatum who visited relatives tcr Commissioner of said Court will Stave Co. W. It. Bcngo bought two Durham attended the speaking at lco Cook of Blanche visited Mrs. Ite- Tuesday, and report an enjoy- flno milk cows, rocently. Tom Click here, has gono to spend a week with on Saturday, Nov. l$th, 1911, In front becca Abnoy and Mrs. Leo last week. Wagersvllle, Nov. 6 Aunt Ed.i nnd family have moved to the Parks ablo time. vory low with Fowler died nt the homo of her her sister, Mrs. Will Clltncr, In Tcnn. of tho Court House door in Richmond, Mrs. Ica Van Is property at this place. Mr. and Mrs Eastern Star met Saturday evening. Ky at 11 o'clock a. m. sell to tho KEItnY KMOll dropsy. JImmlo McGuIro of Johnetta daughter, Mrs. Moto Lhirbln, Nov. 4th. W. R. Bcngo made a business trip II A HTM highest bidder at publlo auction tho Korby Knob, Nov. 3. A series of to Bcrea, Saturday. Mrs. Emily J. meetings wero held at this place last Harts, Oct. 30. Thero Is qulto na following doscribod property or so Garlan, who has been visiting her week, conducted by Ret. Hacker, with epidemic of bad colds In this com much thereof as will produce tho son, Alex Perry, at this place, has re- five additions to the church. Elbert munity. Llttlo Nellie Lake is visit- sum of 35t and the cost of this acO. Sheriff L. C. Hymen turned to Hamilton, ing her grandfather, today. Married, tion. and Miss Nannie Williams Llttlo and others spoko hero last were quietly married at the homo of A certain tract or parcel of land at tho homo of tho bride, Miss AdJIo Friday In behalf of the Republican tho bride's sister, Mrs. Henry Click, Coylo to Wilson VanWlnkle. The in Madison Co., Ky., on Hays Fork party. Hurrah for O'near. By tho Oct 2oth. May their future be one cf Misses Besslo and Orn Lake of of 8Ilver Creek. time we receive our next Citizen he prosperity and happiness. The lit Beginning at a stono on Hays' old Youngstown, Ohio, visited relatives will be elected we hope. Mr. Isaac tlo son of Allen Clemmons has been' here from Friday till Tuesday. Klx-rl- o line now a corner to Joo Glbbi", "No man really knows enough Burns and Geo. Bishop were in this quite 111 for tho past week. Jackson is In Richmond to stay thenco wtth his Una S. 69 M E. 119 Lottlo To be hateful to his brother; vicinity gathering chestnuts, Sunday, Powell who was 111 last week Is able a while. B. Johnson of Richmond polos to a stone on side of Glbbs' line. None is rich enough to cuff Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Benge visited to attend school again. A ten pound passed thru here today. T. J. Lake and comer to R. Munday's line" And be cruel to another. at Hatchers Run, Sunday. Mrs. Mary baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. has bought tho property belonging to thenco up tho branch 8. 36 4 W. None so clever that he can Halo is not vory well. Eterctt Bengo and Mrs. Elmer Click, Oct 29th, namLyman Burnett. I'rof. Lewis and 60 poles to a wild cherry tree, corn Justlywrong his fellow man. and Tllman Todd visited tho letter's ed Edna Bernlce. Mr. and Mrs. Gor-fnmlly of Bcrea spent Sunday with er to Mnry Whlto; thenco with her mother at Red Lick, Sunday. clo Dean, aro tho proud parents of a Mrs. McCluro. Kote Lako and Mrs lloe N. 64 W. 108.4 poles to a stouo No one is so strong that he CARICO Henry Combs attended tho wedding ou "ne ot John HcHcnry, thenco with fine girl. Has the right to curb the weak, ,,no N. 13 E. 40 poles, and up to Carlco, Nov. 6. We are having of Gilbert Combs which took place In j None so great that properly NATIIANTON ' very rainy weather in this section at tho Second Methodist church In Rich- - tno beginning corner, containing 52;j He can trample down the meek: Nathanton, Nov. 4, 1911. present. Aunt Sallio Adklsson sold niond. Miss Stella Swinford of Dts- - I ncrc" There is nothing. in success The several cases of typhoid fever her farm to Grant Parker for $100. putanta visited Ella Lako, Saturday T""8: Said property will bo sold That excuses selfishness. Tho Infant of Mr. and Mrs. Orbln in this vicinity are said to bo night. Mrs. J. M. Baker mado a on a crcdlt of ,,x months time, tho Climb unto the topmost heights, Smith which, was burned last week, trip to Scaffold Cane, Friday. Jim purchaser bolng required to execute Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Cissell and died, the 2nd Inst, and was burled, the Win yourself an honored name, Dowden of Chicago has been visiting , 1,011(1 w,th approved security or tho family from Oklahoma havo Just re3rd, on Moorcs Creek at the Smith But respect another's rights, mny pay cash If ho desires. his brother. Forest. Sunday School grave yard. Tho father and mother turned from a two weckB' visit Willi Raise the weak and help the lame. Hn will bo rolatn- is being held in the log church. Rhv. I lf 8old on tltu havo our heartfelt sympathy. Perry the lattcr's father, A. B. Holcorau, Strength of muscle or of mind Roborts preached last Sunday. J. F. cu 10 "wuro tho payment of tho Waddle is soiling his property and of this place. Gives no right to be unkind." Hawkins and family havo been visit- purchaso money. Miss Linda Caudlll is paying friends is going to East Bernstadt to dig II. C. Rice, M. C. M. C. C. ing at Climax for a fow days. Ben coal. Mrs. John Howard of this place and relatives of Leslie Co. an extendDavis, Forest Dowden, Wm. AnderLETTER TO PRES. FROST died, tho 4th, and will bo buried at ed visit son and sister, Ina, visited at J. W. Tho first Saturday and Sunday Is Continued from I'lnt fag r the River Hill grave yard In Laurel Lake's, Sunday, living. County. R. N. Robinson was In our the regular church time at Union. A to Sho leaves several children and grandILLINOIS LETTER I often think of Bcrea and tho o vicinity last week on business. Mr. series of meetings will be held next and Miss Wlnnlo l'rultt of Wild were married last Thursday. Deo children to mourn her loss Mr. and Carlnck, 111., Nov. 4. Wo aro havand of tho time that I first atand Mrs. Arter McDaniel took their week by Rev. Hacker. B. II. Holcomb's school of Union Hlmes who has been sick for tho Mrs. S. M. Warford and children ing vory cold weather and tho farmtended tho Commencement baby to tho Doctor last week. It la la 1802 spent Suuday with Mrs. Warford's ers arc. busy husking corn. Corn is nnd each succeeding commencement somo better at present. Jno. Wathen, reported a most pleasant visit, Fri past throo or four months Is Improvnot as good as usual, this year, so until I camo to Nebraska. It was your son of James Wathen, has been visit- day, with Monroe King's school of ing rapidly. Mr. and Mrs. Milton imrents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wagers. ing relatives here. Ho lives in Hamil- Bethlehem, nnd a com pie to victory Abnoy and Mrs. Fanny Abney visit- Mr. and Mrs. Charley Wilson visit- the farmers say. Miss Chatmon, words and presenco at that commoncc-ed at Clear Creek last woek. Work ed Mr. and Mrs. Abner Wilson, Sat- daughtcr of D. R. Chatmon,dlod, Oct. nnt that gavo mo inspiration to ton, Ohio. John Sumers is planning for Union In tho spelling match. Mrs. A. U. 2Sth. Funeral services wcro held at Mrs. E. B. Flancry of Maulden vis is still going on at Johnctta mines. urday night nnd Sunday k something better than I had to movo his saw mill to W. Angel's James Gadd, of near Wlldlo, has and Mrs. J. B. Kelly wore shopping in tho homo. Mr. J. Blcknell and wlfo before any hopo would over bo mlns. to saw tics. Robert Sumers has ited at A. B. Holcomb's, Friday. Irvlno, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joss visited J. S. Blcknell, Sunday. J. W. i only wish that 11 might havo Iwen Corn crops In this vicinity are moved to Johnetta. moved to Mlddlefork to haul cross McGeorgo wero tho guests of their Burnell tie logs for a saw mill. The people damaged from recent rains. OWSLEY COUNTY and family visited William tlmt I could havo finished somo daughter, Mrs. John Arvlno, Sunday. Whlto, Saturday nnd Sunday, S. W. courso of study. Pray for mo and the Wo are hoping for a full vote in of this section havo dug their Irish TKAVKLKItS HK.sT. J. M. Edwards attended Court nt Blcknell has returned to his home In Tuesday's election and Judgo E. C. potatoes and report them very scarc that I may do for tho Kingdom. Travelers Rest, Nov. 3. Mrs. Richmond, Monday. Sunday School Jackson County, Ky., O'Uear at tho head of tho column. after a short My prayers will follow you wherever Deeds is erecting a new dwell8ANI OAF. We, as readers, appreciate tho ing on Plum St. Messrs. W. I Mln-te- r nt this placo is progressing nicely. stay here. Hog cholera Is very pre-- you may bo that God may grant to Snnd Hnn tn nil . I... Tho llttlo son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim ,,, rn,l.,rnl,m.I1 many. good things afforded us by Tho you many years of sorvlco for tho nnd S. B. Caudill are tho confarmers of this vicinity are gather-iroparKs is very sick. Mrs. a. is, bill has a very 8oro hand and has upbuilding of his Kingdom. Associalng corn. Tho crop Is a llttlo better lwuzon- tractors. The Teachers' Scrlvncr Is visiting on Red Lick, this Yours for tho Master' cause, J than was oxpected.-Satur- day ROCKCASTLE COUNTY tion held nt Vincent, Saturday, Oct. week. Mr. John Noland spent Sun had to stop his corn husking. and W. C. Kelly. Sunday, last, wero regular church 2Sth, was quite a success. Dr. Jno. uocKtonh day night with Mr. Brown McGeorgo. L. & hVPLEASED WITH TELEPHONE days at the Baptist church. Rev. O. Rockford, Nov. C Wo aro having 1). Herd of Boonevlllo has been dolnt; Mrs. Kato Wilson continues very BESTBARGAINS dental work hero during the past sick. Telephone Displacing; System for L. Several people went few days. &E. Division. ik's i uargains uai nave ever been I MADISON COUNTY from tills place to Boouovlllo, MonTho Loulsvlllo nnd Nashvlllo Rail offered in farms, beautiful building day, Oct. 30th, to hear Hon. Caleb KINGSTON lots, bouses and lots, and first class road, which about a year ago equip Towers and others speak. Tho flecKingston, Nov. 4. Miss Rbo-lot- We can suit tbjjyr- Us main lino from Cincinnati, O.. b"8lDCBf tion day Is drawing near and every Bowman spent Wednesday night win w T raw to Norton, Virginia, with telephone ono seems to bo enthusiastic. I Miss Esther Spurlock. Wesley Woli!) ,jr h.e ,waDls M tn9 fcbovc have the people in this precinct will and family of Whltesburg, Lcslio Co.. apparatus for handling Its train dls- tel tbe most w latching, Ms found this method voto cleaner and moro conscientiousnb, have moved to tho fnrm which h town- of ParU We that It recently ordered ly than over before. Hurrah, for bought from I. A. Bowman and W. G of tho Western Electric Company for- - jcan ,e" ou. farm of 'ow crf Not being able to get a business u near. uio .New oio jjunjyi jjb8 Verua I'arks spnt juugo e,u town for ma" oaat of house for the next uy jhuuw Sunday with Suda Powell. Mr. and tytwo additional telephone selector ,ncar r ..Uu, ix,utullu ,,uU. I am from UP equipment to bo Installed on a new ' m?,ne? or' a"fu,, lng two nlco maples nnd dplng con- - fMr(I Sandlln of Onedla aro Grass farm. cl"s . i.atu lv i u f) L..H. t i umiiv iiviii iAAiit) slderable school ground improvement. visiting relatives at this placo.-- Mr. If you have any notion of becomton, Kentucky, to Quicksand, Ky. -- Miss E. Botner was a business cal- - and Mrg- ing Interested in a beautiful location aro rJolcng ovor tolophonu A selector equipment at, or near ai luamay, inursuay.rani. rryo lne arrlval of ft glrl on Ule 30th Berea, It will certainly be makes It possible for tho train disvas mo guest oi a. r. wauaw, tamr- JcsgIo Youn ...... lnother .u juui luwini uj tail uuu SCO 0T patcher located at headquarters, In day night. write to shopping in Boica, Wednesday. Mrs. this caso at Lexington, to signal any HICKTOU'N Crato Maupln of LaFolIette, Tenn., Is Wyatt and Cornelius, My entire stock of merchandise conway stations without calling Real Estate Booms No. 1, 2 lutdVlt, Klcotown, Nov. 3. Hon. Caleb Uniting Mrs. Joo Bales and other of tho tho others. When the dispatcher at I Uorcm Dank ---sisting Powers addressed a large crowd of relatives at this placo. Misses Ora DulWta Loxlugton wishes to converse with Berea, Ky. citizens at the Court Ilouso at ljoono-vlll- q nnd Kllznbeth Flanery made a busioperator at Jackson tho seleclast Monday at 10 o'clock a. m. ness trip to Richmond, Friday. Mrs. the The Philosopher of Folly. tor makes It possible for him to ring In the Interest of tho Republican par- Leo Peters Is visiting relatives "In "When a girl goes gunning for ty. His speech was ono among tho Owsloy Co. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sheridan tho tulophono bull ot thu operator at husband." says tho Philosopher a of signalling nny of Folly, "she should Bee thnt her pow. best political speeches delivered nt Bowman havo moved to Mt. Vernon, Jackson without tho other operators nlong tho line. dpr Is dry" this place In tha campaign. We aro Miss Gusslo Rucker and mothnr Tho now- lino will cover n total having somo real cold weather. Rov. vcro shopping in Richmond, Satur of ninety-similes, and twenty 00 YEARS' J. B, Lowls of Porry Co. prvached at day. EXPERIENCE ono stations will bo equipped on It Grassy Branch last Sunday, and advomoit n.i- to handlo the train movements. A Blg Hill, Oct. 23. Tho plo supper nt cated unlvcrsallsm. Mr. Wm. Huff to handlo other CLOTHING AND SHOES TO who has been absent from his family Narrow Gap last Saturday night went mcBsago circuit equipped with railroad CLOSED summer and fall Is back from off with a nice time and a largo twenty-on- o business, also all ABOUT stations, will parallol this Leslie County. Meredith Reynolds of crowd. Oscar Hayes and Ray Farmer PRICE. train circuit. Eversole was here last Sunday. Miss spent Saturday and Sunday with TRAOC MARKS This Is another Instance where a DCSIQNS Edwards of Island Crcok has Ho Hayes at Big Hill. Mrs. Lucy Copyrights Ac railroad has found that tho telephone been staying with her sister, Mrs. Gordon of Loxlugton Is visiting her AnronttMiitlns a (bitch and (Inert nt Inn nT Is nn efficient and reliable means of qulcklr wnrlMin our iliil'i ftw olittUsr an Luthor Hicks, who is not well. Miss brother, Phillip Hayes. Mrs. W. M. llifffillon U prubablf itMtriitntilA, CnnimunlM. handling Its various communications. tlcHKiirictlr conUUditUI. HANOIISWon f.l.uu ! Rachel Robinson Is visiting relatives Abrams spent a few days with frlenJs (i)J,t uoiirr fur cutinc iwtmla. nt I'iiiuii Uion tbrougli llumi lUimlri at Oneida, Clay Co. Geo. Edwards ot here; and has now gone to Berea to WIIMVHI IU IU rplM. COMMISSIONERS SALE Island Crook spent last Saturday nnd spend a few days with hor daughtor, Sunday with relatives at this place. Louis Blythe, Plantiff. Mrs. W. M. Simpson. Eighteen peo-. Ijirrett rlr. Ahuidaomtlrlllantrklxl A. Gabbard visited relatives oulatloii ut Bitf trlontlda f'mrtii.1, 0mi, 14 a t, plo wero Immersed at Silver Creek v Between Coyle'i and Bank Building Wild Dog last wook. Wm. and J. M. Bridge, Sunday, tho 23th. All of Lizzie Finder, etc., Defendants. hew York MUNM & Co Helton visited relatives In Breathitt th.on will bo members of tho Borea Under and by vlrtuo of a Judgment ft IT 0L Wuhlittflon, U, C. BfUich Office tr-.- ... oitooitoKoitoi(OKoottoKOoKcmo ofcoMotaofcotaoMoiiouotaotaoMoMoM Saturday and Sunday-T- ho first Saturday In Doc. Is a special meeting nt tho Baptist church. All members Interested should attend. J. W. Todd nnd family vlRlted Daddl3 nnd Mnmtnlo Todd, Sunday evening. II. E. Mullen and others wcro at Rockford, Sunday. T. F. Gulnn of Bcrea Is gathering his corn raised on W. II, Stephen's farm. J. W. McCol- lum has rented his farm near Scat- . it tv.ii.. i,..,-.!- . n... ., . ti i. place. his old homo Cams, County, Saturday and Sunday.-Alb- crt Callahan has moved from Cow Creek to tho farm that ho purchased from ftolit. Atiiln nn thn nf Tmll'iii Creek. Hon. Eugcno A slier spoko ' at Boonovillo last Monday at 1 p. m. in tho Interest of tho Republican par- ty. His speech was well delivered. hr-n- ESTILL COUNTY ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Purm Economizes .., " i.t, ' Batter. Hoar, Eggs; makes the food more appetizing and wholesome I The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Al-jL- Me-Ke- o, Limitations of Greatness col-leg- Lou-vlc- io wk nt ,,'., i m tvin, ... FIRE SALE! year of ld cre'uy "r Forced to Close Out lr ,.. j,, SJ W Men's and Boy's Clothing, Shoes and Notions AT x DON'T MISS IT. BE ONE HALF Wjl-Nell- 1 J. M. Coyle , (r. Main Street Berea, Kentucky flr. 3ei8.d,.