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The Citizen BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 10, 1011 Knowledge it power tad the way to keep up with modern knowledge it to read a good newspaper. Vol. XIII. Qne Dollar a year. No. 20 GOOD SHOES GOOD SERVICE 1' 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 refinemcnt.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. COMPEL THE FAITHLESS TO BELIEVE We expressed a doubt last week as to the sincerity of the Demo cratio Platform pledges, and wo have been criticized for it. It has been said that we had no right or ground to make any such statement. Wo based our declaration upon past records, and these records give us little warrant for such a thing aa a faint hope. But we would ratber bo believing than faithless and are going to put ourselves at on co in tho spirit to be convinced and converted. The Governor elect will be our Governor and we shall support him in every way possible. Our faithlessness is not such as to make us blind to any good that he or his administration may do. Neither will it make it impossible for us to recognize the fact when the plat form pledges are met. With all our heart we hope that they may be fulfilled, and, when they are, we shall try to be the first to confess our sin. And we are willing to admit hero that Governor McCreary'a statement nfter the election sounds mighty gocd lo us. It has a better ring than anything we heard of him saying during the cam. paign. That it may do its part toward putting others over into the column of tho believing, we give his statement below: "I am very grateful to the voters of Kentucky for the large majority given me for the high office of Governor. I consider the large majority- given me and to the other Democrats on the State ticket ss an Indorsement of the time-trieand Democratic party and the principle! for which It has fought with courage and sincerity for so many year. "The platform on which I asked the support of the voters of Kentucky represents my views on public questions therein presented, and I will earnestly endeavor to carry out Its pledges with the assistance of the membera of the General Assembly. "I am In favor of progress, improvement and advancement', and it will be my ambition to make Kentucky the most progressive State in the Union, and I will endeavor to advance Its Interests In every line and try to bring prosperity to the State and happiness to the people. To the chairman and members of the Democratic Campaign Committees I present my sincere thanks for the successful management of the campaign, and I am thankful to mr associates on the ticket and to the Democratic press of Kentucky and to the speakers from this and other States for their aluable and splendid assistance. "I am ratified to know that this splendid victory was won without receiving contributions from any corporation, lobbyists or other persons who might desire or ask for any special privilege or favors. I am also pleas, ed to believe that the victory In Kentucky Is a forerunner of n great national Democratic victory to be achieved next year In the election of a Democratic President." Aud that no ono may bo in doubt as to what tho platform is or what ho pledges himself to do, we publish the platform also. Wecan and do indorse it, and wo shall endorse the Democratic Administration when it is reasonably successful in carrying it out. Its great weakness is thoomissiou of a promise to fairly redistrict the state. The seventeen planks follow: -- Bankmg bjr Mail To The Public- "Banking by mail" is quite satisfactory with those living at some distance from our bank. The advantages of banking by mail are saving of time and convenience. Our bank exredses the greatest care in handling your business with exactness and despatch, acknowledging all remittances on the day that they are received by us. You receive a statement of your receipts and expenditures whenever you ask for it, as this bank does your FINANCIAL bookkeeping, free of charge. Communicate with us and we will be glad to talk this over. . Berea Bank & Trust Co. ANDREW ISAACS, Pres. J. W. STEPHENS, JOHN P. DEAN, Cashier. Vice-Pres. IN OUR OWN STATE.NEWS OF THE WEEK Kentucky Win. In Tax Suit Against Southern Railway -- O'Rear Will Not Resign Lincoln Memorial Dedicated Taft In Kentucky Harvester Co. Leaves the State. KENTUCKY WINS TAX SUIT Tho U. S. Supremo Court decides that Kentucky has tho right to tax the Southern Railroad Company on Its steamers plying between Now York and various southern ports because ot tho fact that tho Company maintains headquarters In Kentucky. Since tho Company had offices, at Bcechmont, County, nnd had paid no tascs on their property, County Judgo Turk. Attack Italians; Great Slaught- er Follows Chinese Revolutionists Make Progress Preparing for Next Congress. ATTACK BY TURKS, Combined forces j)t Turks and Arabs attacked tho Italians between Hamldloh and Roumcliana- - Tho Turks displayed unusual courago hut were unablo to withstand tho flro from tho trenches, tho field artillery and tho R. R. COYLE LETTER FROM PRES. FROST BEREA COLLEGE AND TAXES cruiser. I ftalt-Jeffcrs- on Thin! Seen In the Weit Address to Student Body By Dr. Thomson This must bo a very brief legal address. 1 shall not havo tlmo to en large, nnd thcrcforo I must ask your very careful attention to every word J shall read or say. At first let mo say that Korea College, in regard to Its not paying taxes, stands with every church, religious and benevolent organization of tho State of Kentucky and with every Institution ot whatever kind which i!oos not exist for prlvato profit. Now I hope you already know what the constitution of tho stato means. It Is tho fundamental law; tho legislature Itself has no authority to puss a law which is in conflict with any provision of tho constitution and a great many laws which tho stato legislature enacts, llko tho Holla id Law enncted a couple of years ogs, thrown out' by tho Court of Appeals on tho ground that they conflict with some provision ot tho stritj constitution. Now I want to bring to you first, quoto to you, from tho rtato constitution. Tills Is tho provision upon which our exemption from taxation rests. I shall only read y.va just a sentence or so because that is nil that applies to our case: "Constitution of tho Stnto of Kentucky, Section 170. There shall bo exempt from taxation public property used for public purposes; places actually UBcd for religious worship, with tho grounds attached thereto and used nnd appurtenant to tho houso ot worship, not exceeding ono half aero In cities, or towns, and not exceeding two acres In tho country; places ot burial not held for prlvato or corporate profit, institutions (t purely public charity, and institutions of education not used or employed for gain by any person or corporation, and tho Incomo ot which is devoted solely to 'tho causo of education; public libraries, their endowments, and tho Incomo ot such property as Is used exclusively foi Its maintenance." . Dear Neighbors In Ilerca: Leaving Detroit I spent a day at Qrlnnell College, lown, where Edward A. Stolncr U Professor of Appllvd Chrlstlanlt. This tltlo Implies that to teaches thu wnys In which truo should bo applied In ihjIIUcb, social ll(o, business, and taw. Wo hopo to havo blm as a lecturer In I held a Berea at no distant confun-ncwith one of hs clafl.'s, and nddrccsed tho COO students In cliapcl. During tho Christmas vacation tho Grinned Co ego Y. M. C. A. sends teams of young men to neighboring towns to hold religious meetings nnd teach games to tho boys, a beautiful work which our llcrea V. M. C. A. might copy. Thcnco 1 went to Omaha, Null., wheru I found ninny friends of Dean Ono of Dlnsmoru uud Dean Marsh. Boroa's graduates, Mr. J. J Dodds, is at tho head of a great lumber concjrn luro, I was unablo to lslt his heme, but got his promUo that ho would visit Uorea. Tho Statu Teachers' Association hero was not as largo as In Detroit-o- nly about C.000 but It was a crowd, kind a crowd that mads ono hopeful for tho futuro of Nebraska. Thcnco 1 returned to D:a Moln, lown, whcio I spoko In tho Ccllscum. Harry Klnsard and his wlfa grocted mo at the closo of my addrces, and Dcron has no tnoro lcyal supporters than they. Hero also I met ono of my old Obcrlln collego classmates, and qulto a group of my Obcrlln pupils, and many friends of Prof. Rlghy. Anf' yro I heard I'rof. Storm toil tho.,uchcre hew to tach Agrlcul-turgiving a most Interesting on Increasing tho yield of law, First Second We are In favor of a direct primary election We favor the enactment of a corrupt practice da. act. 1 our common school system more efficient and more practical. Fourth We favor such laws as will destroy all rupt lobbying seeking to influence any legislative body in the Commonwealth on the subject of legislation or the election of officers. Fifth We faor thecreation of aState Utilities Com- Third We favor such additional laws as will maVe ' General Cancva, head of tho an forces, denies tho chargo that his soldiers havo been allowed to Peters hrsld that they should bo tax- practice crudities upon tho homes ed. This decision was reversed by of tho Turks at Tripoli. Ho says thero tho Circuit Court but was later up- Is no truth in It. held by tho Ccurt of Appeals and THE SITUATION IN CHINA finally confirmed by tho Supremo Tho mass aero of 30,000 men, women Court of tho U. S. Tho property Is and children in the' city of Nankin valued at 112,000,000 and means that marked tho rcddosl day in tho Revolutho Stato and Jefferson County will tion. Tho Manchus descended upon recclva about $350,000 in back taxes and $60,000 a year hereafter.. . termine whether spirituous, vinous or malt liquors may be sold. among Tenth We favor organization and mission. Sixth We favor a change in the method of selecting the prison commissioners, and the removal of all politics from the management of our penal institutions, placing i the appointments in the hands of the Governor. Seventh We favor a uniform system of accounting In all public offices charged with the collection and disburse, mentof public moneys. Eighth - We favor the submission to the people ot the constitutional amendment relating to taxation. Ninth -- We favor the extension of the present local option law so that the citizens of every county may de- farmers and laborers. Eleventh We favor wise and conservative laws encouraging road and bridge building. Twelfth -- Wu favor a Department of Ranking, removed from politics. Thirteenth We favor laws for the protection of all laborer engaged In hazardous employment and conservative laws regulating arbitration of labor strlke,and disWe favor laws prohibiting peonage and female slave traffic. Fifteenth We are opposed to all mobs and lynchlngs. We favor imposing the severest penalties upon all officers-whfall to protect prisoners. Sixteenth We favor the nomination of United States Senators, by a direct vote of the people. Seventeenth We are opposed to Cannonlsm or one-mpower In all representative assemblies. putes. Fourteenth an o, demo-Btmtl- corn. From D?s Moines I wenttto Milwhero I again waukee, Wisconsin, found many eld frlonds. Supt. 1'enrco of Mllwnukeo may bo a visitor at no-somotlmo beforo Christmas. There 1 heard Mr. OCorgo ten of the "Ocorgo Junior Ilopubllc" a school In which tho pupils carry on a government, with President, fudges, nnd officers i f their own election. I also heard a V ?ectro on Liquor nnd Tobacco, with .".founts of experiments llko thoio our I'rof, Rumold with mice. ) Copt. Ilobson was lecturing In Milwaukee about this ttmo as well. Uerea's former student, Joseph Suchy, Is working for tho V. M. C. A. In MHwnukoo. Hero 1 spoko twtco to tin IVachcra' Association, Booker Washington and Dr. mills being tho other spenkerfl, and preached Sunday morning, and spoko Sundry afternoon In tho "Men and Religion Campaign" which Is now swooping over tho country. Saturday noon tho tompcratur6 wrb 74 degrees and In seven hours it fell 61 dogroee. This morning, Monday, 1 enmo back to Chicago, attended the Ministers Meeting, looked at tho trial of Sorntor Lorlmcr, lunched with Dr. Ilarton and tho Apollos Club ot preachers and now wo uro ou the "20th Contury Limited" tralu which Contluurd ou eighth I'ngcJ applies directly to us. go to President Frost or any of tho Now lot mo supplement that board ot trustecs'tiut would bo turned with Just a noto from tho Derea Col- right Into tho work ot education tor which lego constitution. "Neither this InstiBerea College oxlsts. No at tution nor any ot Its departments cases began to como up whoro an atshall bo operated, managed cr used tempt was tnado to levy taxes on for private gain." If thcro should bo Institutions of learning, Soven cases (Coutlnucd on Fourth rage) any profit from tho hotel Jt would not This O'REAR WILL NOT RESIGN Sinco tho election, reports havo ( been circulated that Judgo. E. O'Rsar expects to resign hls position as Appcllato Judgo to tako effect o: Jan. 1, 1912. Ho is said to havo received some very flattering offers to form a law partnership in Louis vlllo and for this rcascn was considering tho resignation from lha Court of Appeals. However, since gone out statetho reports havo ments from Judgo O'Rear himself provo tho reports to bo falsa. Ho says, "The publication Is not truo. lam not going to resign. There is no rvat-owuy sue" a rvpun biiuuiu uuvj been glvon circulation." Ho further intimates that ho will probably spend a few days In Florida regaining tho Strength ho has lest in tho heat o! tho campaign. DEDICATION OP LINCOLN MEMORIAL HALL On Nov. 10th about 10.000 peop!o i (Bomblcd at Hodgenvlllo, Ky., fr a all ssctlons of tho country, to take part in tho dedication ot the Lincoln Memorial Hall. Tho largo grantto building contains tho log cabin In which Lincoln wns born and many historic relics. It was erected at a cost ot $112,000, tho gift ot tho patriotic citizens ot tho coua-trv y. tho city, Nor. 12, and carried on a wtiolcsaltf,slaughtcr which was followed by flro. Tho throno Is trying to terrorlzo tho Revolutionists and iho slaughter followed an order by tho government. Tho situation in Shan SI provlnoo la serious. Tho governor and family and thirty Mnnchus havo been be-headed. Tho revolution spreads thru J dis Szchucn province. Tho council cussed tho possibility of other foreign intervention besides Russia and Japan. Faralno Is expected. Tho government continues to collect forces about Pekln but Is unablo to pay them. Tho fall of Pekln Is constantly fcar- cd but th,nga B0CmCd to 0r,ghten whon Yuan Shi Kal tho last prop of tho thrcno reached Pokin. He was warmly greeted and made Commander of all tho forces about tho capltol by an edict. Ho urges upon tho revolutionists, tho acceptance of the constitution and limited monarchy and that they giro tho omporor tlmo to provo. tho sin: cerity of his promlso for roforms. PREPARATIONS AT WASHINGTON Activities aro now on In Washington preparatory to tho next meeting of Congress. Tho annual houso cleaning Is going on In tho capltol,- - tho rubbish and plunder In tho form of old chairs, desks and carpets aro beto tho curious ing sold at Former Governor Joseph W, Folk trcasuro seekers who livo on tho of Missouri, president ot tho Lincoln latrlol!c atmosphoro with which such Farm Association, presided, Introduc- old rellca aro supposed to bo ing President Tatt, who spoko tor tho nation; Governor Augustus Will-so- n ot Kontucky, who stoko for Lin- CONTENTS OFJHIS ISSUE nu-tl- (Continued on Fifth !) FIRST PAGB Editorials. Newa of Week. WARM CLOTHES ALL KINDS In Our Own State. Letter from Pres. Frost Berea College and Taxes. SECOND PAQE. Oenerol News. - t . Markets. Temperance. THIRD PAGB Kentucky News. Sornibn Jesus was Poet ot Soul. Cornor for tho Little Chaps. FOURTH PAQH Locals. ' Human MEN, WOMEN, and CHILDREN Farmer's Instltuto. FULL ASSORTMENT WELCH'S "and Save the Difference" Death of Mrs. Bender. SIXTH I'AOB New Story Miles Standlsh. S. S. Lesson. 8EVENTH PAOB i . 4 . Farm and Garden Notes. Cant In Silo Construction. ' EIGHTH PAGB (Eastern n.euiucy news. age Two. THE CITIZEN November 16, 1911 The Citizen A family newspaper for all that It right iruo ana interesting. r 055 IS RE-ELECTED REFORMER WINS PHILADELPHIA STORM BRINGS DESTRUCTION TO rubllshed every Thursday (Incorporated) at Dorm. Ky, BEREA PUBLISHING CO. MASSACHUSETTS RETURNS DEMOCRATIC GOVERNOR BUT BALANCE OP TICKET DEFEATED. PEOPLE t. P. Faulkner, Editor ana Manager. Subscription Rates PAYAOLB , One rnvr Blx Months NEW YORK GOES REPUBLICAN DONE TO LIFE AND PROPERTY. SUMMARY Enormous OF THE STORM IN DAMAGE WISCONSIN-GREA- T TWELVE That Sum DOLLARS A MINUTE IN ADVANCE. $L0 W Has Majority In Legislature a. O. P. Thrm Months ....I and Rhode Wins In Maryland Braid mony by I'ot-onior Express Island Democrats Carry Kentucky Money Order, Draft, Registered better, or Illinois Towns Vote "Dry." on and two crnt stamp. The data after your name on kibW your KUbncrlption Is hows to what data paM. If It In not duuimd within three Iloston, Mass. The Democrats won Weks after renewal notify us. and kept MassaMJsslns numbers will be gkully supplied the state election chusetts In the party column by conIf wvi are notified. Fine premiums clwi with rvir sub tinuing Gov. Eugene N, Fobs In office ertptfona and prompt renewals. Send for for a second term. Complete return Premium List. Uberal terms given to any one who ob- tor governor In tho state election give: tain new subscription for us. Any one Foss, Democrat, 210,622; Frothingham, ending us four yearly subscription can receive The ClUxen free for himself for Republican, 202,888; Foss' plurality, one year. 7,734. The margin or victory waa tho Advertising rates on application. narrowest In years and for hours after tho closo or tho polls tho result bung MCMJJEnt OF Republicans refused In tho balance. to conccdo the defeat of Frothingham and It was Intimated that a state wide recount might bo necessary. Tho next legislature will stand aa 27; follows: Senate Republicans, Democrats, 19. House Republicans. 146; Democrats. 92; socialist, 1; IndeKENTUCKY PIU3S3 ASSOCIATION. Too rortugucso revolutionists' use ontomoblles to get Manuel his throne, Klnadoms no longer aro traded (or In Good American Coin I Paid .Into the Coffers of Uncle 8am by Peoria Distilleries. Loss Throughout Kentucky Aa wo are seeking to proraoto temand Indiana Ohio Suffers perance nnd tho banishment of liquor From Cold. from our midst, and aro doing so (as territory far a adding Dig Storm In Brief. I concerned) It might be of Interest Janesvlllc, Wis., nnJ vicinity Eight by a persona dead, two dying, dozens In- to look over somo figures given o secular paper, In regard to tho jured and 11,000,000 damage. derived by tho government from Chicago Fifteen believed to havo past year; nnd from Michi- this traffic tho perished In city and on whero It came, writes H. H. McMillan "anil-saloon- " rov-enu- gan. Three or moro persons dead nnd oomo Injured at Easton, Virginia, I'eorla and other places; $1,000,000 property damage. Iowa Ono man frozen at Ottumwa; Central Illinois much suffering from cold. North Dakota Ono man frozen at Urank Forks. Omaha Ono man died of cold. Indiana Wholn stato swept by blizzard; millions of damage by wind. Ohio Much damago and suffering caused by cold wind nnd snow. 'Michigan Storm damago ot several places by wind nnd sleet Kentucky Widespread damago by wind. Alabama One man killed by wind near Montgomery. Oulf Coast Unusually seven) weather; much suffering. pendent 1. of Effingham, ill., In tho United Wo quote from the article at tho beginning. "Tho four lending distilleries of Peoria, according to n rough estimate, pay Into tho coffers of Undo Sam every minute of the day nnd night, tho year round, the aum of $12, In good, hnrd, American coin; according to figures made public by the commissioner ot Internal revenue. Illinois nnd Peoria still contlnuo to lead the list of states and cities In tho matPres-ertcrln- horses. A bite from a iclilcaginios has killed a Chicago boj.whofju5 w orth more 'than all the unmuzzled dogs In Chicago. fffir.il Since the 'duke or.he''Abruzzl has become such a porAlar hero In Italy they ought to let him many the clrl he wants. swatters should avoid disciplining thm Children un- keep11 In trim tor necessarily Just to next season. fly , Enthusiastic TUT That school for brides to be Is per- hnps the right Idea, but will it not deprive the dears of tho Joy of finding out for themselves? Tho Chicago man who offered 60 GIFT FOR PEOPLE substantial majority. cents to have a marriage engagement The city of Utlca elected a Repubbroken Is Just another one of those lican mayor by a majority ot 300. Windy City profligates. Cleveland, O. Cleveland, which two CARNEGIE GIVE8 125,000,000 FOR years ago went Republican, electing OF THE EDUCATION These new counterfeit $10 bills may Herman C. Baehr mayor over the AMERICA. drivo an exasperated populace Into ac- late Tom L. Johnson, and returned to cepting only twenties, fifties and hun- the Democratic fold, electing Newton dreds for their day'a work. D. Daker, Johnson's political betr. PRESENT IS MADE IN BONDS mayor over Frank O. Hogen, RepubA woman In New York hammered lican, by about 18,000 majority. The a nail In her shoo with a loaded shell, entire DemocraUc city ticket waa Iron Master Heada New Corporation and yet we, talk of tho accldenta which elected with the exception ot five That Will Have Charge of Distribuhappen to unfortunate people. cotrncllmen. tion of Fund Root to Aid In the Henry T. Hunt DemocraUc nominee Plan. A California woman burled a men for mayor of Cincinnati, was elected New York. To promote the adshe thought was bor husband, aLd by a majority estimated between 6.000 then her own old man came back. She and 6.000. vancement aad diffusion ot knowledge will be more careful next time. George J. Karb. Democrat, waa among the people of the United State. elected mayor of Columbus by a ma- Andrew Carnegie has given $25,000,-000. A New Jersey undertaker, who Is jority of 4,000. This latest bequest ot the Laird of running for office, uses his hearse In Drand Whltlock. independent, waa his campaign. He takes an odd way elected mayor ot Toledo for a fourth Bkibo was made at the organization meeting of the Carneglo .Corporation to show that ho Is not a dead one. term by a small plurality. ot New York which was Incorporated Returns show the election ot Ar by tho New York legislature June 9 The ancient device of blaming evthur Turnbull, Democrat as mayor ot last erything on the woman has. by the It Is intended that tho business of gallantry or modern times, been soft- Canton by a plurality ot 2. Eight Ohio cities elected Socialist founding and aiding libraries and eduened down to accusations of her bobmayors. These are Loralne, St Marys, cational Institutions which has been ble skirt Martins Ferry. Fostorla, Mount Ver carried on by Mr. Carnegie aa an inOne of our correspondents wants to non, Barberton. Salem and Cuyahoga dividual for many years will bo turned Falls, over to the corporation and carried on know if she Is too old at twenty-twto take up the study of music. She Is New Brunswick, N. J. The Demo by It years too old to at- crats elected all three members ot The Incorporators met at Mr. Carabout twenty-twtack somo or the popular songs with assembly from Middlesex county. This negie's residence, adopted a constttU' s satisfactory results. tlon and and elected the folIs a Democratic gain ot one. Albuquerque, N. M. Returns Indl lowing officers: President Andrew Carnegie; A Iloston woman of eighty-fou- r has cate a complete triumph for the Demo Ellhu Root; treasurer, Rob been winning prizes for both rarm and cratic ticket In New Mexico. There secretary, James Bert' a country fair. This seems little doubt that the new state ert A. Franks; art exhibits at xuows that energy and determination will enter the Union In the Demo ram. it was only after all the business of re among the Ingredients, at least, cratic column. meeting that W1 the draught producing perpetual Providence, R, I. Returns for gov the Carnegie had been transactedwould announced he Mr. youth. ernor give: Potbler, Republican, 13,. transfer to the corporation $25,000,000 627; Waterman, Democrat, 9,357. This In first mortgage bonds of the United The air serpent has been discovered rate will glvo Qov. Potbler more than States Steel corporation. 6,000 majority. by an aeronaut whom it attacked. It In a statement Issued It is set forth Philadelphia, Pa. Complete returns that the Carneglo Corporation ot New is described by Its terrified victim as a long, green monster, with huge show that Rudolph Dlankenburg. inde York will receive and maintain a fund wings. After this the sea serpent pendent Republican, who headed the or funds and apply the Income therewill seem but a mild domestic pet. fusion ticket, was elected mayor of of "to promote the advancement and Another suggestion of tho discovery Philadelphia by 4,364 plurality- diffusion of knowledge and underwill be for airships to have water Returns from the 14th congresslon' standing among the people of the wagon attachments by way of precaual district Indicate the election ot W. United States, by aiding technical tion. D. I). Alney ot Montrose. Republican, schools, Institutions of higher learning, libraries, aclentlflc research, hero over Dr. 0. 11. Rockwell. Democrat and such tola, Kan. tola gives Joseph A. funds, useful publications The American eagle has good cause to scream as he points with pride to Taggart. Democrat, for congress In the other agencies and mean aa shall one American young woman of wealth 2d Kansas district. 200 majority over from time to time be found appro13 y a priate therefor." who has refused to wed high and no- Ulysses S. Ouyer, Republican. ble titles, preferring to return from three to one vote Manhattan adopted the conquest of the European title the commission form or government CANAL COMMITTEE IS BACK Fremont, Neb. The returns from market to bring up her young son as a good and loyal American. Perhaps the 3d congressional district show that Member of Congress Who Visited her course may Induce other young Dan V. Stevens, Democrat was elected Panama Declare Big Ditch Will Open In 1013. American women to follow her sensi- over Elliott, Republican. ble and patriotic example. Everett. Wash. The Rev. B. U. Hat. New York. All but two members ot zell. Republican, formerly pastor of committee that A Pennsylvania raolder has invent- the First Congregational church, was the congressional went to the Isthmus ot Panama last ed a steel ot remarkable hardness elected mayor of Everett Springfield. Ill Local option elections month returned satisfied that President suitable among other things for a superior article of armorplate. Next we were held In a score ot towna In cen- Taft' prediction would be fulfilled, will bear of the projectile man who tral and southern Illinois. The "drys" and that the canal would be finished will Invent a shell to pierce It And won In a majority of the places. and open for business by 1913. no the war game ever goes on. Man Freed and Gets $25,000. Negro Stayer Oats Life Term. Pontlac, Mich. Released from Jack-ao- n Keokuk, la. John A. Roland, a There Is much medical wonder over prison, Walter Hudson ot Pootlac a man In Minnesota who survived hav-- . negro, waa given a life sentence for Ing a rut In his heart sewed up. Yet the murder of Lily Jones, a white wo- found himself betr to 125,000 left to by a broken heart, all know, Is such an man, on June 20. He shot her six hi in his a relative while be waa servsentence. Six months ago easy hurt to remedy that the medical times and twice attempted to commit ing Hudson was sentenced to nerve from , , profession science does not even re- suicide. lx month to Ave year tor larceny. gard It as worthy of attention. Taft 8avea Woman' Llf. Big Fish Show In Paris. Tenn. President Sewanee, Taft "Lightning," saya a modern philosp.rliUsnv enuntrlea ar nn. . .. " " reprieve to Mr granted a ninety-daopher, "never hesitates when It haa in the International nahrta Mattie E. Loraax, a colored woman ol . -- r. anything to do: It goes straight to the opened In Pari. Th which mark." Our observation Is that light- Washington sentenced to suffer th exhibition uuue-iu luuirui Ol iae ning doea nothing of the sort, hut It death penalty for murder of her hit eXBlOIUOu IP rrenco zntruuuai, boxtd. soake an atrociously crooked track. o y New York. Returns from all sections ot tho state on assemblymen show that the Republicans have regained control of the lower bouso of the state legislature by a sate majority. The present assembly Is Democratic by 24 majority. Herbert M. Merrill, Socialist, Is elected assembly-ma- n from. Schenectady county. of tho Returns from twenty-twthlrty-fou- r New York cities electing mayors show about an even division, eleven Republicans being elected, ten Democrats and one socialist The Republicans made practically a clean sweep In Buffalo. Mayor Edgor-to- n (Rep.) was mayor ot Rochester by moro than 6,000. Edward Schooncck (Rep.) was reelected mayor of Syracuse over (Dcm.) by 14.790 votes to a plurality of 4.212. Mayor James D. McEwan. Republican, of Albany, was. by a Lud-ingto- n 10.-67- RUDOLPH DLANKENBURG. Rudolph Dlankenburg, Philadelphia's "war horse of reform," haa been chosen mayor of that city over tho candldato of the long Intrenched machine. Mr. Dlankenburg Is a wealthy manufacturer who tor more than twenty years has been waging war on graft and corruption In Pennsylvania. SON ACCUSES MOTHER LAD 8AYS MR8. QUINN SLEW Jancsvlile, Wis. Splintered timbers, broken furniture, crumbled rock and plaster, (scattered farm produce and dead farm animals littering tho ground over nu nrca n quarter of a mile in width and 20 miles In length Indicate the tremendous force wltl which Southern Wisconsin's worst syclono swept n path through Rock county, killing eight persons, Injuring many moro and doing damago to the extent of 11,000,000. Of the Injured ones, Albert Schmidt 14 years old, near Hanover, will die. His father and two sisters aro dead. At least one moro may die. PLAN CAPTURE OF NANKING. HI8 FATHER. Police Begin Probe Into Mysterious constructive revolutionist step was Death of Three of Woman' taken In tho sending out of telegraph Husbands. 1c Invitations to tho 14 seceding prov' lnces to appoint delegates who shall establish Chicago. Following a dramatic sembly at a provisional National As Bhanbal. scene at the Kensington avenue police station. In which Charles Elmer at This is to supercede the assembly Peking, which at present Is coin Thorpe ot Jackson. Mich., accsted government nominee. Mrs. Jane Taylor Qulnn of the mur- prised ot The peoplo falling to attend to the of bis father, the police began der an Investigation Into the death of notice will not obtain the recognition three of the woman's husband wbo of Athe revolutionists. military conference was held at died under circumstances Indicating Boo Chow to plan tbo capture of Nun' murder. Since the woman was placed under king. In order to prevent unnecessary surveillance following the death of bloodshed and quickly restore peace, It $500,000 her huaband, John M. Qulnn, a third was decided to offer not to to Hen, make re husband, whom she repudiated early Chang Hsu's officers In the Investigation, waa found to have sistance, or $200,000 for Chang Hsu's bead. been shot and killed "by burglara.' With all tho inhabitants either dead Just a Qulnn met death while sleep or seeking safety In flight, and the reb ing in his home November 2. Mr. Qulnn denied that she had ever els Rtlll unprepared to give battle, been married to any but Qulnn and Nanking continues to be tho scene ol John McDonald, the Canadian who fighting and fire. Mutiny has broken died suddenly of "alcohol poisoning." oi:t In tho ranks ot (Jen. Chang Hsu Aa the Inquest drew to a close for the and the-- . Imperial army Is divided day she was suddenly confronted by against Itself. Chang la virtually waging an Inde Elmer Thorpe, whom she admitted having met before, and then swooned. pendent warfare. The Tartar general remains strongly guarded In Plcheko Temple, afraid to communicate with U. S. GETS M'NAMARA RECORD the rebel comirandcrs. The victory la helpless. He has repeatedly urged pol Evidence in Indianapolis Dynamite Chang to follow a more moderate Icy and to prevent a general massacre. Case In Hands of Government Indianapolis, Ind. The books and records ot the International Association of Bridge and Iron Worker were placed In the hands of the federal government by order of Judge Ander son. United Stales Marshal Schmidt Immediately took them to the federal grand Jury room. The action of Judge Anderson was taken following a report from the grand Jury that they were unable to get the evidence on Its subpoenas duces tecum. The federal grand Jury at once be gan the Investigation of tho charges against the McNamara brothers for alleged violation of the federal statute In transporting dynamite In common carrier through the states. Shanghai. The most Important to It being New York, but Is nine millions behind It, Thcro Is no other revenue district In tho world except New York that anywhere nearly npproachos Peoria on Import duties. Tho total collections for the United States for tho year ending Juno 30, 1911, was as ngalnst approximately $290,000,000 for tho preceding year. This Is tho greatest year In the history of tho government since tho Internal revenue law was passed. The previous mark being In 1SCC, when $310,000,000 wns collected, but this was In time of extraordinary needs, and resulted from extraordinary legislation. lly states the leaders stand ns follows: Illinois, $S53.0CO,000: New Nork, $444,000,000; Indiana. $331,000, Tcrre Haute being tho center of the distilling business In Indiana. Thore are four Internal revenue districts In Illinois, and tho revenue offices give the standing ns follows: Peoria, Chicago, $12,042,005; Pckln. $10,048,068, and tho district comprising the balanco ot tho state, $628,619. Tho detailed figures by collection districts Is as follows: First Illinois. $.'2,042,005; Fifth Illinois, $29,998,092; Eighth Illinois, $10,255,600; Thirteenth Illinois. $628,619; 8lxth Indiana, Seventh Indiana. $20,085,315; Third Iowa, $573,919; Fourth Iowa. $693,973; First Michigan. $6,033,491; Fourth Michigan. $974,091 ; First $10,624,713; Sixth Missouri, First Wisconsin. $8,383,128; Second Wisconsin, $1,199,325. Thcso states adjoining Illinois reported the following sums: Indiana. $31.133.. 328.24; Iowa. $1,267,893.29; Michigan. $7,007,585.96; Missouri. $12,470,680.53; Nebraska. $2.773,30S.6; Wisconsin, ter of Intornal revenue collection; the nearest compotltor $322,-626,26- "high-water- " 8; Mis-sour- t. $9,582,454.31. Theso figures from the government reports tell their own story and from them you may draw your own conclusions. The dovll'a business seems to prosper, notwithstanding tho persecution and tho prosecution that havo been brought against It. Physical Condition of Drunkards. As a rule male dnintnnl. nn. r uw ...ii-ethan female. Seventy-fivper rent of nil chronic "alcoholics" havo fatty degeneration of tho liver. Many have mropny uiun are npvnror mo Heart Tho a tinrmil ..... ....... i in iivr cent or the drunkard have gastritis, lly tho coating of tho tonguo nnd the character nf the t u, mif,!,, ui n spree can bo accurately determined. Tho drunkard often "sees things," but rarely has his sonso or amell Impair. ed. Patients who drink ntiinth nartlcularlr HnM in cording to tho report or Dr. Lambert, of Ilellcvue hospital, Cew York, who has made a special study of thoug Bands of Hrnnbnrrtau rfn.ln ki. WUUIJEBKBf ssssh ........ ti i a tlon with that famous Institution. e kid-ncv- THE Cincinnati MARKETS Grain Market. M.,i.i. .-- Flour Winter patent, $4.25a4.40, family $3.40a4.40. low grade $3a3.20, hard patent 15.30aTi.75, do fancy, $4.55a4.90. Wheat No. 2 red 97Ha 9914c, No. 3 red 95a97c, No. 4 red 85 a90c. Corn No. 2 white 7Sa75Hc, No. 3 whlto 74V4n7Sc, No. 2 yellow 74a No. 3 yellow 73a74c, No. 2 mixed 73a73M,c. No. 3 mixed 72Ua73c. Oats No. 2 white 48H49c, standard wbito 48a48c, No. 3 white 47Ha48c. Cincinnati Live 8tock. ' 74c. TOBACCO PLAN IS APPROVED Federal Court Gives It O. K. to Dissolution of American Company With Certain Modifications. The United 8tatea cir cuit court handed down a decision here approving the plan of dissolution of the American, Tobacco company with modifications. New York. i. Krla hav th ahnrAB of Marthed a crumbling; coffin containing the skeleton of a man believed to havo neen a memoer oi uommodore Perry's crew In the historic battle of n-- Erie, Pa. Workmen excavating on Find Body of Navy Hero. Ika Lake Erie. Stock Exchange Firm Fall. York. Announcement waa made oa the atock exchange ot the failure of the Arm of W. L. Stevens A Co. The present firm was 'foraged U April, 1910 7?.30a4 bbl. Nw . Cattle Shippers $5.f)0aC.6O. butcher steers, extra $6a6.15, good to choice extra S5a5.85, heifers, J5.25a5.00, good to choice $4.50a5.16, cow, extra S4.40a4.6S, good to choice $3.50a4.35, Bulls Bologna canners, $1.25a2.C0. I3.fj0a4.10, extra $4.15a4.25. Calvos Extra $8, fair to good $6a7.75, Hogs common and large $3a7. Qood to choice packers and butchers S6.4Oa6.S0, mixed packers, $6aC.40, common to choice heavy fat sows Lighthouse of Hell. S4aS.C5, pigs (110 Iba aud less) S3a 8ee where the l $5. Sheep Extra $3.25, good to choice Lambo Extra $G.40a5.S0. ehop appear, there where the red $2.7Sa3.1G. wave of wretchednea swell; it Cincinnati Miscellaneous. burns on the edge of temuestunua Poultry Hens 10c. spring chick years, the horrible lighthouse ot bell ens 11c, ducks 11c, turkeys lSc, McDonald Clarke. Eggs Prime first geese 7a9c. 81c. Butter Creamery, extra 34 He, Brings Out Weaknesses. "Alcohol haa the affect of firsts zshc, dairy, lancy zzc. Apples grown COcaSl.CO per bbl. out many other brain weakneaaea be-Home ..... . . . i. bbl. .1.. i Carrots On track $1.001.76 iua iumuiij, luai Wlinout It nUfbt per box. Celery 76c$l Kkks have lain dormant" Dr. T. h. nimia. plant 50a75c dozi Honey llalSc lb. ton. Lemons California $C.25a6. Onion- sHome groan flal.60 bu. Pineapple Makes th Heart Sore. Touch the cobltt no mnrai it lu 1.7Sa2.26 a crate. Oranges $4.59 at a box. Potatoes Homeirowa make thy heart ore. to It very cor "In All Thy Way a." "In all thy way acknowlfri him In all thy ways. In thy worahlp. In thy atudy of hie word. In th ini course with his peoplo. In thy traffic with the world. In thy business and In thy recreation. At thy meals. In thy correspondence. In thy wading. In thy dress. What! In theso petty matters T Yes: In all ih. Thlnkest thou that Ood will havo no word for thee on such (nnlr.t ti .... deceived. Thou shalt find a revels- tlon or tho will of Ood for every one of thy paths. There Is no need for thee ever to let go his hand. Not a lnglu hair of thy head receives Its ailment without him. whv men, ' -- v snouid a single sten bo taken with him? Rev. George Bowen. fl J ... wlld-blaz- Longfellow t November 16, 1911 80NS OF CONFEDERATE PICTURES THE .CITIZEN. ARE VIEWED Commandant of the Kentucky Division Makes Appointments. uwonsuoro. R. K. At Regular Meeting of Woman's Club of Central Kentucky. Page Three A DOG'S SOLILOQUY. DEMOCRATIC MAJORITY LARG E wntklnt. of tho Kontucky Division of REPUBLICAN CARRIES tho United Sons of Confederate vet TICKET ornns, mado tho announcement of his ELEVENTH DISTRICT ONLY. staff nppolntmcnts Saturday nt his of' flco in this city. Tho appointments nre: ELECTION OF JAMES ASSURED Division Adjutant John Kirk, Inauguration of New Governor Will Tike Place In Frankfort On December 12, 1911. Jesus Was Poet of Human Soul Uy Rev. Plilof of Frankfort.' Tho Democratic major- It y throughout tho state Is much larger McCrcary's than nt first supposed. majority will run closo to thirty-fou- r thousand. Tho eleventh congressional district was tho only ono to return a Republican majority, nnd It was to about 10,000. Tho election of Congressman Ollle James to tho senate is assured, as tho legislature will stand on Joint ballot nnd 27 Hepubllcans. Tho Inauguration of Honator will tako placo In tho now stato caultol December 12. This will be tho fifth Tuesday after election and Is tho dato fixed by stntute for the governor-elect'- s Induction Into ofilco. No doflnlto plans barn as yot been inado for this event, but It may bo 111 Democratic safely asserted that a great gathering will bo present In Frankfort wlion Governor McCreary takes hold. A public reception will bo ono of tho fratiircs of tho Inauguration nnd (lor. McCroary declared it to bo hln Intention to sco that tho function Is n day light affair, that ho may havo tho opportunity of shaking hands with every visitor. GAS EXPLOSION. Pipe From West Virginia Field plodes Near Mayavllle. Maysvlllc. An explosion on Ex- Lexington. Tho regular monthly meeting of tho Woman's Club of Control Kentucky was held In this city. Tho chief featuro was tho Traveling Art Exhibit of Pictures by Kentucky Artists. Thcso pictures, representing thirty-eigh- t of Kentucky's best nrtlsts, were described with something about each nrtlst by Miss Hnldon Hardin, of Hnrrodsburg, chairman of tho Sta'o Owcnsboro. Federation Art committee. Division Inspector Genernl S. W. Tho nrtlsts represented in tho exIlcdford, Ixulngton. hibit were: Miss Wllhelmlno Loos, V. D. Adcock, Lexington and California; Miss Dlxlo Division Commissary Soldon, Covington; Fordlnand Walker, South Carrqllton. Louisville; Charles Williams, Louts-vlllo- ; Division Judgo Advocnto General 1311 H. Drown, FrnnkforL Frank S. Robblt.s, c tellings, Enid Yandell, Louisville; PickDivision Surgeon General Dr. John ett AndcMon Timmlns, Kentucky nnd A. Lowls, Georgetown. Division Chaplain General Theo- - Chicago; Frances Wiley Falg, Lexington and Cincinnati; Miss Sophie Gray, doro Levy, Owcnsboro. Miss Nolllo Schangln-backc- i Commandant Wntklns has also dl Loulsvlllo; Loulsvlllo; W. T. Hunlclgh, vided tho stato Into four brigades, tho I divisions being mado by congressional Georgetown ; Robert Durns Wilson; I districts, nnd tho following districts Hnrvoy Joiner; Miss Patty Thum, Loulsvlllo; J. W. Westcrflcld, Louis, will mako up tho different divisions: WillFirst llrlgado First, Second and vlllo; Paul Sawylcr, Frankfort; Clove-laniam P. Welsh, Lexington and Third Congressional districts. Mrs. Maxwell Foster, Kentucky Second llrlgado Fourth and Fifth and Now York; Fontaine Fox; Mrs. Congressional districts. Rue, Third llrlgado Seventh, Eighth and din, Hnrrodsburg; Mrs. Magoffin HarHarrodsburg; Miss Kntherlno Elovcuth Congrcslonal districts. Fourth llrlgado Sixth, Ninth and Helm; Carl Drcnner; Mrs. Myra Carr, photographs of sculpture, Tenth Congressional districts. Kentucky and Now York. Lou-Isvlllr, d; Mus-selma- n rtrilti CoflrrrtittotutCttirth, Dm M.l.rt, lows J. EDWARD KIRDYE DIRECTORS OF BLUE GRASS LEAGUE MEET. Lexington. At n meeting of tho directors of tho Bluo Grass llaso Hall league, held here Friday, William Ncal, of Louisville, was reflected president, nnd wns designated as the representative of tho Icaguo to attend tho meeting of tho National association nt San Antonio, Tex., on Novem- NINTH DI8TRICT EDUCATORS WILL MEET IN CONVENTION. Carlisle. Tho first annual conven- tion of tho Educational Association of the Ninth Congressional District will bo hold In Carlisle November 24 and 2G. tho main gas lino of tho Cincinnati (las Transportation Co., which furnishes natural gas to Cincinnati, Covington und Maysvlllo from West Virginia Molds, occurred about 8 o'clock Friday morning near Hlbbott, Lowlg county, 1C miles east of hern. Workmen discovered n leak In tho pipe on Thursday afternoon, and intended to repair tho same, but before they could do so an explosion took place. Tho pipe crosses tho bed of tho creek, nnd It Is thought Hint this wolght caused tho pi IK? to sink below Ita usual lovel, separating tho Joints. When separation took place friction produced sparks, which Ignited tho gits, causing tho explosion. Tho report was heard soven miles nway, and tho blnzo could bo seen four miles off. Only ono Joint burst, nnd no other dnmugo wns dono. Whcro tho brenk occurred Is in n lonely spot, with no Inhabitants within a radius of thrco miles. No ono was hurt. A special train brought workmen near tho scene, who repaired tho plpo in eight hours, (ias is now running through tho lines. HISTORI 1 PLACE SOLO. Old Home of Gen. John H. Morgan In Lexington Sold At Auction. Lexington. Tho old homo of Gen John II. Morgan, tho famous Confederate commander, wns bought at pubo lic auction Saturday by Mrs. Johnson, of Brooklyn. N. Y formerly Miss llcrmlono (Iratz, of thU city. Sho will remove to this city nnd ronko It her homo. Upon tho death nt Gen. Morgan's mother, sixteen years ngo, tho property wns bought by Mrs. Kathcrlno E. Hold. Upon tho death of Mrs. Held, several weeks, ago, her adminisHer-mlon- offered tho placo for salo. Tho houso wns built In 1805, being built with brick mado In Philadelphia, and hauled a great part of tho way hero in wagons. Andrew Jackson, Clay aro Gon. Sam Houston among tho distinguished men who havo been guests In tho old mansion. and-Hcnr- trator WILL OPEN NEW MINES. Tho Illnck Mountain Darbourvllle. Coal Co. is ono of tho newest concerns to begin work In this new field. Jt Is headed by Dr. Samuel Dennett, ono of tho most extensive operators In this part of tho state, and Is preparing to opon a largo mlno In Harlan county. Dr. Dennett was In this city recently on buslnosa lu connection with his operations in Harlan and Doll counties. Dr. W. Godfrey Huntor, of Washington, D. C, was hero looking; over tho field preparatory to Investing heavily In coal landB. It is rumored that ho may tako over C.000 acres In llrush Creek, in this county. PASTOR ACCEPTS CALL. Sholbyvlllo. Tho Iter. T. II. Athoy, Columbia, Tonn., who was recently called to tho pastorate of tho Sholbyvlllo llaptlflt church, has notified tho pulpit committee that ho would accept. He will assume chargo of tho church of on January 1. Miss Llda K. Gardner, superintendent of Nicholas county schools, is at ber 14. tho head of tho local committees, and Tho pennant of 1011 was otTlcially has named Col. Green Koller, Mayor awarded to tho Paris club as tho win-no- r John II. Frey, County Judgo N. II. of tho champlonlshlp of tho DIuo and all local teachers on tho Grass Icaguo in tho season which has committee. Committees on Just ended. entertainment, decorations and music Tbo prospect of Covington and Nov-r-- t havo been appointed and aro now at underlying principles In this sermon. Ho had thought them out carefully, entering tho leaguo with clubs work. next year was not brought up. Garry Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, of More-hea- had seen them in their relations and Herrmann has told President Neil state president of tho Kentucky believed fully on their wisdom and that ho would consider tho matter nnd Educational association, is president practicability. Jesus Is not a scientist A scientist bring It up nt tho noxt meeting of tho of tho Ninth District association, and directors of tho Cincinnati club, which Is now preparing tho program. Many Is ono who amasses knowledge, seand systewill bo in tho first part of December, of tho lending educators of tho stato. verely tests It, nnd notify Mr. Ncnl as soon ns tho havo already accepted places on thi matizes it, until ho reduces it to an matter was determined. Tho Cincin- program and will bo present. Among accuracy, especially with reference nati Itcda management will dccldo tho thorn aro: President J. G. Ctabbo, of to tho lawB of nature. He Is not parcaw as Covington and Newport nro tbo Kentucky Stnto Normal school, ticularly Interested in humanity, exwithin tho limit. who will speak on "Tho Rolntlon of cepting as this humanity serves tils tho Normal School to tho Stato;" Prof. good. Jesus did not do that He bad H. S. Eubank, editor of tho Southern no laboratory, mado no experimental MEMORIAL HALL DEDICATED. School Journal, will speak on "Tho tests. His only logic was all Its Hodgenvlllc. Hundreds gathered Work of tho Reading Circle;" Prof. F relations, ns It loomed truth in large upon the hero Thursdny for tho formal dedica- C. liutton, president of tho Morchead Jesus was the tion of tho memorial hall to Abraham Normal school, wltl speak on "Tho ltu' horison of his soul. In God's The Lincoln. President Taft delivered tho ral Night School As a Factor In Edureladedicatory nddrons and received tho cation;" Stato Supervisor of Rural human heart and men in human atten- tions cmracod his thoucht nnd Schools T. J. Coatcs will deliver hall In tho nnnio of tho nation. I was al Is mado of granlto and great address on "Things Worth Hon. Tbo altruistic motive Tho hall While," and County Judgo John W ways uppermost. Aud yet, wbllo Jesus stands on tho spot whcro tho cabin was not distinctly a scientist, his stood In which Lincoln was born. Cut Riley, formerly of Nicholas, wilt speak on "Education and American Inde- psychology Is in harmony with the Into ono wall aro tho words: most modern interpretations of tho "Here, over tho spot whcro Abraham pendence." moods of tbo human mind, and somo Lincoln was born, destined to prcscrvo of tbo principles of modern pedagogy tho union and frco tho slave, n grateare very forcibly expressed In the JURY PANEL SELECTED ful people havo dedicated this memosermon on the mount. penco and brotherhood rial to unity, Jesus Is not a theologian In the ordinmong tho states." For Second Trial of Thos. F. Dolan, nary acccptanco of that term, nor In Who Killed Patrick Mooney. Within Is tho rudo cabin of logs tbo acceptance of tho term as It was tho samo that tho Lexington. Judge Charles Kerr, of known In Jerusalem in his day. Tho Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hanks drew theologian emphasized tho value of built when they took possession of tho tho Fayetto circuit court, names from tho Jury wheel law, the logic of tho law and the logic becomes a national thirty-sifarm that from which to select a petit Jury panel of theory. Jesus did not do that park. Tho memorial cost $112,000 nnd has to try Thomas F. Dolan, charged with Jesus said very emphatically that man been paid for by funds raised from tho tho murder of Patrick Mooney, next was much greater than the law, and gifts of loyal Americans. In ndditlon Monday. Dolan, who was formerly much moro important than theory; well known as a horseman, and who that law was mado for man and not to the first cost $50,000 has been o has In recent years been employed by man for law, and out of this value he in securities, tho Incomo to for tho maintenance of, tbo park. E. R. Dradlcy, tbo turfman, last spring placed upon tho human soul ho re-- 1 shot and killed Mr. Mooney, who was constructed a thought of tho father-a city alderman and partner of Repre- hood of God, tbo brotherhood of man SCHOOL FOR OFFICERS. sentative W. F. Klalr In tho owner- aud the essential value of his own personality, which makes his doctrine Lexington. Tho school for tbo In- ship of tho Leland hotol, In the lobby unique. But human interest was nevof which tho tragedy occurred. Tho struction of officers nnd noncommis- first trial of Dolan was held in July er sacrificed to tho Interest of a thesioned officers of the, stato militia will ory or an ecclesiastical proposition. Jury was unublo to agree. begin nt tho armory in this city, No- and tho It Is not of Christ, then, tbo philosvember 12, and contlnuo for two opher, the teacher, the scientist or the weeks. Kach of tho three regiment CLEVER JAIL DELIVERY. theologian, but tho Christ who was InIn tho stato will send ofllcers to nttond terested in tho multitude becauso ho courso of instruction, which will tho Nowport After cleverly locking believed that he had remedies for bo on tbo new drill regulations in tho their Jailer in their own cell, John their Ills, healing for their sicknesses, Infantry. About 100 officers will bo Plerson, 19, and William O'Drlen, 19, life Instead of death, hope Instead of hero nt tho eiponso of tho state, quar- prisoners In the county Jail nt Alex sorrow. I like this thought of Mattered at tho Leland botol, which has andria, escaped. Matthias Wagner, thew In Introducing Jesus to us In this made apodal arrangements to tako tho Jailer, was on his regular Inspec- wonderful sermon: "And seeing the care of them. Tho class will bo in tion. Tho two young men feigned multitude, he went up Into a mountain." chnrro of Capt. Charles H. Morrow, of sleep and watched their tlmo. With The multitude Interested him. Tbey tho United States army; Capt. Charles Wagner at tho other end of the cell wero upon his heart They had left Clay, of Fayetto county, a retired ofll- - they had slipped from tho bed, seized their cares, their tasks, their anxieccr at tho army, and Col. A. M. Moffat, their clothes and stolen barefoot ties, their bickerings and had come of the Kentucky Stato guard. through tho door tho Jailer had left to hear htm. , open nnd turned tho koy Just ns ho roturned. AGED NEGRO DEAD. Love's Magnetism. Love begets love. It is a process of Aunt Jane Thomas Reputed to Be INSURANCE COMPANIES TO PAY Induction. Put a piece of Iron In the 107 Years Old. presence of an electrified body, nnd TAX ON SECURITIES. Ellzabothtown. Aunt Jano Thomas, thnt piece of Iron for a time becomes , negn-KSdead at tho ago of 107 a is Frankfort. Tho court of appeals electrified. It Is changed Into a temyours. She wns tho oldest Inhabitant decided that Kentucky llfo In- porary magnet in the mere presence of tho city or county. Sho wns for- surance companies muBt pay taxes of a permanent magnet; and as long merly the slnvo of tho lato Sam Thom- on securities deposited by them ns vou leave the two side bv side as, who conducted a stago lino from with tho state treasurer for tha thoy are both magnets alike. Remain Louisville to Nashvillo moro than a protection of policy holders. The side by side with blm who loved, us half century ago. She enjoyed tho court's findings wero to tho effect that and gave himself for us, and you, too, veneration of tho negroes and the tbo securities are property of tbo com will becoma a permanent magnet, a of tho whlto residents of tbo panics and aro not owned by policy permanently attractive force; and. city. holders. like him you will draw all men unto Mc-Noflvo-mll- a post-thinknowly-wcddcd y to-da- y x pro-vid1 ! re-sp- Robert Drowning has sometimes been called tho poet of tho soul. This has been nald of him becauso ho analyzes, seos deeply, feels Intensely, lovos romantically and Interprets wisely; but I am suro that Jesus Christ Is a greater poet of tho human soul. I say poet, because there Is a distinct literary charm, an Intellectual height, an Imaginative quality, a wise Insight Into tho soul of man, in this messago which ho is speaking. Ho knew men, and that statement from ono of tho sacred writers has a great deal of meaning in 1L Ho knew God moro intensely than others. Ha may bavo lacked education. Ho may havo associated with tho schools In Jerusalem and imbibed tholr culture, but no ono over emphasized more deeply, felt moro intensely, inter prcted more wisely than did Jesus CbrlsL Jesus Christ is analyst of tho moods of tbo soul and offers a solution to its problems. Ho reveals to man tho heart of tho divine. Ho Is not a philosopher in tho ordinary acceptance of this term. A philosopher is ono who Is skilled in sophistry, In Bclcnco. ono who looks upon reason as tho Infallible guide, who schools himself to think and practice only at tho dictates of cool reason. That Is the meaning of the word philosophy. Jesus did not forsake his reason, but in the sense that wo understand philosophy. He did not aim at this achievement, but bo did believe that ho, saw tho moods of the soul of man and believed that there were highways of progress out and beyond tbo reaches of tho stole epicurean philosophy of his day and he challenged these to an intellectual combat. You cannot fall to sco his NEW KIND OF LETTER SCALES Interesting Experiment for Children Who Are of That Mind-W- orks Very Nicely. If you look at the picture you will sco a queer apparatus, and when you say heard folks learn It Is a contrivance for weighing Wo three that lotters you will say: "How foolish. Is not the best company. It would bo far easier to go to the I enn't help thinking they are wrong. postofflce and allow the man behind We're happy u the, day Is long. the window to weigh tho mall and tell you how many stamps to put on it" TELEPHONE IS EASILY MADE Hut thero aro many children who liko to experiment, and for theso I will Any Bright Boy or Girl Can Construct e Apparatus Suitable for d Short-Distanc- Talking. We aro so used to the electric tele phono that we sometimes forgot that quite a serviceable telephone for short dlstanco talking can bo operated with out the use of electricity. Any bright boy or girl can mako the telephone. This Is the way It may bo done: Melt off tho ends of two tomato cans by placing them in tho coals for a fow minutes. Then cover one end of each can with a plcco of soft Letter 8eale, describe tho illustration, says a writ er in tho Magical Experiments. Take broom. Saw off about ten a worn-ou- t or fifteen Inches of the handlq and plungo It into a deep vase of water, with tho lower end weighted In such s of It a way that about is under water. At tbo top of this stick nail a stout square of cardboard on which to rest tbo letters. Dorrow an ounce, a and a weight from a friendly druggist and, placing them one at a carefully tlmo upon your balance, mark tho exact water level. All Is ready now to weigh your letter. If the bromstlck goes Just be low tho ounce, you will know at once that you must pay a double postage and so on. For all ordinary purposes, If accurately gauged, your home-madbalance will give satisfaction. three-quartertwo-ounc- e half-ounc- e o parchment or rawhide, so that the covered can ends look ike drum-beadTho parchment can be bound In placo by lapping It over tho sides of th cans and tying it down that way with twine. After your drum-head- s aro wax enough twine to extend over the dlstanco between tho two places that you wish to establish connections between. Then puncture a small nolo In the center of each drumhead, slip an end of the waxed twine through each drum-heaand knot the twine so that It can't slip out You will find that your tolepbono Is complete. All you .111 have to do Is to put tno drum-head- s in place, so that tbo twine will draw tout For instance, put ono drum-heain ono houso and put tbo other in a neighboring houso and draw the twine tight You will And that when you tap upon the drum-heaIn one houso tho sound will be carried to tbo other house, and that if you talk into tho tomato can, or drum-head- , receiver In ono house, a person listening at tho other end of the line can hear you distinctly. d d d GREAT IMPORTANCE OF SALT Is One of In LOUD SIREN FOR A BICYCLE Production of World Louisiana Oldest Industries Apparatus Designed for Motorcycles and Produces Sound by Quite InExcels genious Method. Purity. Automobiles are not tho only vehicSalt production Is about tho oldest Industry In the world. In Italy, the les that can havo siren horns. A New cradle of the salt Industry, it has been York man has designed a similar apmanufactured commercially for 2,500 paratus for tbo production of sound years. Salt Is so necessary to existence that In some parts of the world tribes will sell the members of their families In exchange for salt Salt lias been the cause of wars, and so Important has It always been considered that In some places the passing of salt is established as a token of friendship, and women throw salt on a visitor as a frlenaly greeting. In some countries salt Is bo scarce that it Is obtained through the ashes of grasses and species of palm and other plants. While salt Is produced In almost every country of the world. It Is stated that nowhere can salt of such purity be obtained at anything like the cost for mining as In Louisiana. ALWAYS READY FOR A ROMP Ferret and Kitten Are Friends and Playmates Jumbo la Most Playful of the Pair. The Illustration shows a ferret and kitten that are friends and playmates. The ferret, which is named Jumbo, Is a most charming pet, being even more playful than Spitfire, the kitten, and together they havo great games, rolling ono another over, racing after a ball, etc. Jumbo Is quite as ready to play with anything else, Loud Bicycle Siren. by an ingenious method. The born la clapped to the front bar of the cycles and stands some Inches In front of It, over the front wheel. A light aluminum fan Is mounted In the bottom of the horn and runs on two sets of ball bearings, on the otber end of which Is a friction pulley, positioned closo to tho moving tlio. A wire runs from this pulley to tho handlebar of tbo cycle, where it is connected with a lever. By pressing this lever the pulley Is brought Into contact with the tire and rovolved, In turn revolving tho fan, which generates tho air currents and produces tho siren. The volume ot sound varies with the speed, tbo loud er notes being produced when the ma chine Is going at a rapid rate, a time when a piercing whistle Is most need ed. Amusing Magical Experiment. Soak a piece cf thread In strong salt water, dry It, and repeat two or three times. When thoroughly dry tlo oue end to a chandelier, end on tbo other tie a ring or somo small but not too heavy article. It Is now ready for the experiment Set flra to tho thread, and behold tho ring does not fall to the door, nor docs tho thread break. The explanation Is' The thread has In reality been burned, but the salt with which tho thread was saturated s forms a solid column, and that the ring. Varied experlmentr can be made, using several thread for one article, and in fact many others which may suggest themselves tsj sap-port- lHsfllEHkBKaBBBBBI Is Friends and Playmates. from human beings to tho dogs, though I do not allow the latter, for fear" they should blto blm. It Is very pretty to see the ferret come ruunlng sideways and Jumping off all four legs at once, and saying, "Vut, vut!" when be wants somebody to play with him. Ky., W. C. ArnotL a tho Plsgah neighborhood, boon organlicd under tho naino of tho In Wnoilfnril rmtntv. nnil who wnu nnn mombcra, 'of Morgan'B nion during tho war, died .Mountain club. Sovcnty-nvTopresctlng tnlrty-flrcounties, woru jat his home after an Illness of several enrolled, and tho following officers years. Ho was about 73 years old, elected : James S. aoldcn, of Darbour- .and Is survived by his wife, nnd four vllle, president; Miss Lucilo Gastlnan, 'daughters, Mrs. Kdtnond Taylor, of Mlddlusboro, vice president; Mlso Jos-sl- Tampa, Fla.; Mrs. William Watson, Jones, of Montlcollo, secretary; lot Woodward county, and, Miss Mar-- , Krnest Turner, of M'ddlesboro, treas- caret, who lived with her father. Ho urer, and Kdward Wesley, of MlddVa-ttoro- , I was a brother of State Senator lien corresponding secretary. M. Arnett, of Nlcbolasvlllc. A club of studonts at State university, who uro from EastLexington. ONE OF MORGAN'S MEN. Lexington, of CENTRAL ELECTRIC MEN. you; liko htm, you will be drawn unto ern and Southeastern Kentucky, has farmer e o I Louisville. The last regular meet ing of tbo Contral Electric Railway Association tor tho current year will bo held at tno Gait House, Loulsvlllo, on Thursday, November 23. ThU will bo th'i first time that Louisville has entertained tho members, aud tho Executive commltteo has sent out suggestions that members who live at a distance make the trip In Bpeclal cars. Tho Executive committee will meet the day befoto the mcctlnz. r all men. That Is tho Inevitable effect of lovo. Any man who fulfills that cause must have that effect produced in him. Henry Drummond. Real Things. Home Dall Playing. Wbat the world needs today Is less religion, nnd moro real right"Do you play ball?" asked a visitor "Yea'm," replied science and of small Tommy. eousness, less mora real conscience, less creed ami little fellow, "Mamma and me has had "How do you and a game occasionally," ritual and outward ceremonial more real Christianity. Itev. II, II. play lit" asked the visitor. "Oh,, Tommy, "she makes the base Chi. Van Meter. Congregationalism cago. the readers. bits and I furulah the bowl." Page Four. THE CITIZEN. DEATH November 16, 1911. Of MRS, SEMPER NEW STOCK BEST LINE OF LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS IN THE CITY We Can Save You Money. Come and We Will Prove It. You pay E. F. COYLE or less fit more Tho many frlonds of Mrs. Charles Bonder will bo pained to learn of her dcntlt which occurred at Berca, Nov, 15th, from Brlghts disease with other complications. Under her mnlilcn nnmo, Gcrtrudo Hulett, sho was widely known ns o she was n Ucrca girl, attended hero nnd In various business cngngcmoiits bcrnmo acquainted with n very wldo circle. Sho mado friends overywhero becnuso of her unusual qualities nnd friendly ways. Sho was married fourteen months ago to Charles Bender a former Berea student After their mnrringo they went to Richmond whero they mado their homo. Her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. James Hulett, of Estill St, two sisters, and her husband survive her. Sho was a .member of tho Union church, whero she was beloved. Tho funeral services wltl bo held In Berca, Saturday Col-lrg- R. H. CHRISMAN Undertaking! and Embalming A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies. SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. m oooooooooooooooeoooooooooooo o o NEWS afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. VanWInklo wero in Kicmnond, Saturday. FARMERS' INSTITUTE Mrs. Lou Hanson who broko her A Farmer's Instltuto will bo held anklo a week ago Is getting along nt Beroa College on Tuesday and nicely. Wednesday, Nov. 28th and 29lh. Tho Mrs. L. V. Dodge reports that sho farmers of this vicinity will bo glad has been nblo to secure $25 addition- to know that nn Interesting program al for tho Student Aid Fund from has boon prepared. There will bo Dr. Meda Hess Patchel of Charlotte, morning and evening sessions on both o Michigan. Tho students of tho days nnd on Tuesday night Professor will bo very sorry Indeed when Smith of Richmond will glvo nn illusProf, and Mrs. Dodgo Icavo Beroa trated lecturo on Luther Burbank and for their' new homo In Tennessee. his work. This will bo n rare treat They will not bo forgotten, however, nnd ought to bo attended by every by a number of students who will farmer within a rcasonablo dlstanco receive tho benefits of this additionof Berca. Some of tho men who have al fuud as well ns of the flOO fund been lecturing for tho Stato Board from tho National Woman's Relief of Agriculture will also bo on tho Corps which carao to tho Student Aid mem i program, as well as tho local Fund largely through tho work of bers of tho Faculty Interested In this Mrs. Dodgo and Mrs. Hook. work, such ns Prof. Clark, Mr. Flan-cr- y Miss Allco Henry tho editor of nnd Mr. Mullett, An opportunity "Llfo and Labor," a native of Aus- will bo given to nil those Interested tralia, who has been living In Chi- In dairy barns nnd silos to Inspect cago for tho past flvo years, was a the new dairy and silo which nro guest at Boone Tavern InBt Friday Just built. Tills silo Is tho only ono nnd Saturday and during her stay of Its kind In tho state of Kentucky she carefully investigated tho Collego nnd tho dairy bam Itself will bo of work, especially tho Industrial work. Interest becauso of Its modern construction. Do not forget the dato FOR SALE nnd begin to arrango now to como to Berca College students aro now mak tho Instltuto. ing flno cement tllo, diameter four BEREA COLLEGE AND TAXES Inches, ono foot long. Prlco J2.00 per Cnntiuunl from I'lt.t l'tc hundred. Less In quantity lots. Ju&t the thing for farm tiling. Address a wero decided In ono day by tho Court College, Berea, Ky. of Appeals nt Frankfort on Mny 23rd, Col-legBi-re- Day Pkone 26 1906. Those cases wore concerning tho Kontucky Fomalo Orphan School lo cated at Midway, This school had somo property at Loulsvlllo and tho rovonuo of tho property was applied to tho purpose of tho school. Another cose was tho Southern Baptist Theological Seminary located at Loulsvlllo. Tho city of Loulsvlllo attempted to tax tho property of tho Seminary. Four other cases wero Roman Catholic Institutions. Tho seventh was llkevlllo Colleglnto Institute. Tho Supremo Court went very thoroughly over tho caso of tho Midway school nnd then founded Its decision of the other cases upon that. In regnrd to this tho court quotes the decision of other states In similar cases. Let mo read hero ono which they quoto with their approval nnd make It part of their decision. "An Instructive definition of a 'purely public charity Is found In Eplscopnl Academy vs. Philadelphia, 150 Pa. St. CG5, and li Nlrfht constitutional convention wero afraid that tho tlmo might como when tho wording of this clauso would not bo construed In Kentucky as It had been In other states and to prevent' such failure Inserted tho words: "Institutions of education not used or employed for gain by any person or and tho Income of which Is n, S LOCAL PAGE OF BHREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o o week. Miss Addlo Bowling who is In Loulsvlllo taking music lessons exInsurance Richmond, Ky. pects to bo home for Christmas. lu Phone 505 Mr. H. H. Fowler who has been tho West for a few years will be with home folks for Thanksgiving. TIMES TABLE. Miss Kates, who Is operator at the North Bound Local 10:65 p. m. telephone office, has returned from 7:00 a. m. Knoivlllo 3:52 a. m. a visit to Texas. 1:04 p. m. BEREA 7:45 a. in. Prof. Cromor preached at tho M. h. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati church, Sunday. South Bound Local 8:15 p. m. Mr. Felix Estridgo made a business 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. trip to Mercer County this week. BEREA Mr. Matt Bongo has moved with 6:65 p. m. 5:69 a. m. KnozvlUa his family to Harlan, Harlan Co. Express Trains Miss Etta Gay Is able to be nt Stop to take on and let off passenboyond Dayton, O., orfrom school again. gers from Mr. and Mrs. C. A. VanWInklo of Atlanta and beyond. Vancoburg who have beecn visiting South Bound friends and relatives returned homo, 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati Thursday. 11:44 a. m. BEREA. Mr. Abel Gabbard of Conway has North Bound moved Into Mr. D. N. Welch's hou3o 4:46 p. m. BEREA In tho West End. 8:37 p. m. Cincinnati Mrs. Lakes of Chestnut St., has back to her former home, at Did you know Laura Jones has be- moved Wind Cave, Ky. gun her hat sale already. Goodness! Mrs. Cosby and Mrs. Moore of Rich Lot's hurry, sho always has the best Sunday to see Mrs. sales. It Just pays to mond were hero bargains at her Joo Bender. wait, and buy at her sale. Mr. John Bower was over Sunday Prof, and Mrs. E. C. Seale had a family cir- to see his little son. little son added to their Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs. R. II. cle last week. trip to Cincinnati, Hayes spent a part Chrisman mado a Mrs. Frank Sirs. Wednesday. of last week with her mother. Think of a sale this early and with Hudson, at Dreyfus. styles King's sister from Pan-ol- a a full lino of new hats and Mrs. Serllda to choose from and a city trimmer Is spending a few days with her. to mako any changes desired. At Mr. and Mrs. Ed Scrlvner have on Center St., Mrs. Laura Jones. moved to the house Mrs. Sallle Hanson who has a posirecently occupied by Mr. Scrlvner'a tion with Mr. Dan. Brcck, of Richfather. mond was homo over Sunday. Mr. S. L. Clark, the former foreW. C. Haloy and family moved Friman of tho College Farm was bero now homo at Big Hill. getting hands to work on day to their lost week Mr. Sexton and family of Chestcharge at the farm of which he has nut St. have moved Into tho house Bethany, W. Va. recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Alson Baker of Panola, was W. C. Haley. In town last week. Marshall E. Vaughn reporta good Mr. B. Woolwlne of Cartersvillo success in tho Insurance and real formerly a resident of Berca reports estate business at Newborn, Tenn. Mr. Win. Gabbard of Wallaceton the misfortune of having his homo burned while ho was in London n has moved to Berea. " wook ago, last Friday night. Tho Bon of Mr. Geo. French who Mr. John C. Jackson has resigned has been for sometime confined to his position with the S. English Lum- his homo with consumption died at ber Co., and accepted a position with his home pn JackBon St.Thursday. His Tho Big Hill Coal Co., at Idamay. Ho little child almost a year old died is visiting with his parents a few the day following, and both wero burl ed Friday. Tho friends extend sympadays before taking up his work. family. Yes, Miss Helen Jackson Is still thy to tho bereaved Mr. John Henry btopited off at Jones' store. trimming at Mrs. Laura Denver, Two weeks moro. Let's get our hats Berea on his return from way to on his in at once. She Is an artist in her Cole, Tuesday. Ho is guarantees Hazard, Perry Co., whero ho plans to lino. Why, Mrs. Jones satisfaction wllth every order she be associated In business with Mr. Ely Brashear, a classmate of his Jn makes. tho carpenters courso at Berea. Mrs. WANTED: All your turkeys and plan to come good price. J. S. Oott, Heary with her mother, chickens at a about throo wcoka later. Dopot Street. Mrs. Cbarllo Williams who had been 111 for several weeks with ty phoid toier at tho home of her father, Mr. Abraham Short, died last Thurs-- ! day and was burled Friday In Berea bereaved families jcemotery. Tho From now, henceforth ind ever after have tho doopest sympathy of their Mrs. J. H. Jackson was called to e the bedside of her little niece, Black, who was very low with diphtheria. Sho Is now very much better. Sho will be remembered as tho CITY PIIONK IBS daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE Black, former residents of Berca. Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Bingham aro visiting relatives In Richmond, this DAN H. BRECK I SiOfOtOfOtOWlOBOBWWxw- -- wW Ber-nic- DR. BEST, DENTIST davotcd solely to tho causo of educa- tion." Tho Supremo Court shows that it was tbo distinct nnd definite purpose I of tho members of that constitutional convention to mako educational Institutions that were not supported for private gain entirely exempt from taxation. Furthermore, In regard to this Institution In .Midway, tho Supremo Court said that It does not matter with such nn Institution where Its money Is Invested or how it is Invented. It mny lw Invested In hotels or railroad stock or nnywbere, provided that tho Incomo goes only for tho purpose for which that Institution exists. Tho Court twos the following; o: Fire. Life and Accident U4N. SPECIAL During the next week we are going to close out all the Rugs now on hand. First come, first served. WELCH'S f thus stated: 1. Whatever Is dono or given gratuitously In relief of tho public burdens or for tho advancement of tho public Rood Is n public charity. Where tho public Is tho beneficiary, the charity Is public, and w hero no prtvato or cunlary return Ib reserved to tho giver or to any particular person, but all tho benefit resulting from the gift "llJ or net goes to tho public. It Is pure-- i ly public charity, tho word 'purely' bflng equivalent to wholly." Tho reason for this Is thnt nny ftat counts. In a republic, with a democratic form of government, tint tho government rests upon tho Intelll- -' genco of Its people. Somebody has to educate tho people. If there are not private Institutions llko Ikrrn then tho stnto must tax Itself In order to support them. Therefore when private property Is devoted to tho of educational Institutions that property Is rcllovlng tho stato from n largo burden, and It becomes what tho stato calls a "public charity." Now I want to read further from this decision concerning this school. Tills offects us. "Perhaps a brief reference to tho origin of theso provisions In our Constitution may bo of assistance horo. As originally proposed tho section of tho point Involved only Included the clauso 'Institutions of purely public charity.' Thero was no roforenco to Institutions of education 'co nomine. And upon n suggestion that institutions of this character ought to bo provided for. It was argued at length by a distinguished dclo-gathat tho language already In the proposed section fully covered the quostlon." Tho Court of Apenls goes on to say that member of tho I sup-Itort to Now let me rend from tho decision regarding tho Southern Baptist Seminary bocnuso that applies hero. "Wo think, therefore, n pror construction of the langunge used In tho tho exemption of wctlon requires tho entire property of this Institution whorever situated, and In wliat-ovform Kb investments mny bo er ' found." (Ro. City of Louisville vs. Southern Thrologtcal Seminary.) "With reioct to its first contention It Is reaitonnbly clear that tho principles announced In tho Kentucky Fvmnlo Orphan School caso just decided aro conclusive, nnd need not be repented here. Tim work of tbo Institution Is confessedly n pure charity, and wo think it is no less a public ono. It la frco to nil, nnd whllo under donomlnntlonal control, so nro nearly nil successful grata of learning, and this fact has never been held to affect tho nature of tho chnrlty." That Bhould be held In mind because (Continual on fagr Five) Red Cross Flour, 65 cents. Every Sack Guaranteed TATUM S Men, We are Going to Pay You for Reading This "Ad" (For 15 Days) Every man who reads this "ad" and then cuts it out and brings" to our store can have any Suit or Overcoat in the store at 10 per cent discount. If you If If get a $10 Suit or Overcoat you SAVE $1.00 SAVE $1.50 SAVE $2.00 WW At Home you get a $15 Suit or Overcoat you you get a $20 Suit or Overcoat you Zbc IRachet Store In the most attractive, combuilding in modious, Berea. With a line of merchandise and Christmas goods that will please every one. Cose ia aad See Ui many friends. j R. W. Street writes from Hall, Cambrldgo, In 17 Dlvl-'nlt- y Mass., that he The New Brick Building with the Handsome Plate Gla83 pursuing a theological courso nt Harvard University. ' Rov. Mr. Tabcr of tho Trinity M. E. Church, loulsvlllo, spent Tuesday and Wednesday In Berca. Ho nccom- panted Mies Johnson of Rockford, 111., who registered in tho Acadomy .last week, and who will act us stenogra pher In the otflco of Dcau Matheny. We make this unusual offer in order to test the value of newspaper advertising. We know that an opportunity to save from $1 to $2.50 will look good to any man who reads this "ad" nnd we are willing to pay out the necessary amount to learn the value of newspaper advertising. Windows Hotel Block 600D COW CHEAP RHODUS A HAYES MAIN ST. MakSt. Will give milk all winter. Call once, with cash L. V. Dodgo. at THE QUALITY STORE November 16, gi. THE CITIZEN. Page Five. TALK IS CHEAP moneys. So But when it you have to see them to appreciate the excellence of quality, variety and quantity as for the prices they tell of these goods put into newspaper space it costs we will save our talk about the details is Ninety Days Only A $35 Range Stove WATCH THE BIG SALE Free ! Three costly Ladies1 Dresses Free! is a Difference $20 Suit Free! WEIGHT is a Difference QUALITY AN ORIGINAL STORY Solid oak dresser $5.00, $6.00, $7.50 and up to $20.00. Solid oak bed room suits (not imitation) $15.00, $18.00 to $40.00. Quartered oak vclour covered couches $8.50, $10.00 and $12.00. Roll seat quartered OAK or mahogany rockers $3.00 each. Stand tables 20x20 OAK, $1.00, others $1.50 to $6.00. Library tables 26x44 OAK $3.50 to $10.00. Brass beds with 2 inch post, $10.00. With a 45 lb. felt mattress to fit it at $5.00 each. $325.00 Pianos at agent's price for $200.00 on' liberal terms. 9x12 Axminster rugs $15.00, 9x12 Brussels rug $10.00. 9x12 seamless velvets $20.00, 36x72 velvets $3.00. All 25c. PRICE is a Difference We believe all give weight, but as to quality and price we ask you to examine all jlines in Berea and when you examine ours we feel confident of a share of your business, Ladies' LATEST STYLES Flow $ cts. Mem' All Leatker Skoei $1.25 tip. $18 Saiti $15; $15 Ssitt $12 Best Patent Flew 69, 65 cti. Heavy Underwear 40c $12 " $10; $19 " $7.50 OVERCOATS ALL GRADES Work Skirts - - - 39c Ceae, be good, Uke u tie tawi I .- SkeeiWcU. up. MENS' SUITS A COUNTRY STORE IN TOWN R. J. ENGLE, Berea, Ky. are not willing to Join in an unlawful son or corporation, and tho income of act . which Is dovoted to tho causo ot education." NOTE: Bcforo going to press we Tho state did not claim tho collego find that action has been taken by buildings and grounds can bo taxed, tho Circuit Court upon tho matter but insisted that tho water plant, a discussed abovo and wo glvo tho follaundry, a printing office, a store lowing from tho Lexington Herald: and a hotel operated by tho collego Winchester, Ky., Nor. 13. Circuit should bo taxed, becauso they come Judgo J. M. Benton has sent to the In competition with Individuals who Circuit Clerk at Richmond, his rul do pay taxes on similar business ening In the Berea College caso that terprises. . has been pending before him. Judgo Benton, following tho oplnon One of tho Stato Itcvenuo Agents of the Court of Appeals In tho MidInstituted a proceeding to havo cer- way Orphan School case, which held tain properties of Berea Collcgo as- that a proper construction of section sessed for taxation. Tho college claim- 170 ot tho constitution "requires tho ed an exemption under section 170 exemption of tho entire property ot of tho Constitution which exempts this Institution wherover situated and "Institutions ot purely public charity in whatever form its investments may and Institutions of education not us- be found," held that all theso aded or employed tor gain by any per juncts aro exempt. RANGES $15.00, $17.50, $20.odand $25.00. I'm $5.00 under on each in price and $5.00 over on each in Quality. BUGGIES steel tire, rubber top, $40.00. Rubber tire, leather top, $65.00. Best American Steel and Wire Co's. field fence 25c. per rod. ROOKING, heaviest quality v crimp 28 guage painted, $2.00 per square. " """ " galvanized, $3.25 per square. " " Fertilizer for wheat, good, 90c. per hundred. Best, $1.30 per hundred. Other bargains by the score. mattings 20c. All 30c. mattings 25c. Phone 60 Judges dissented from theso decisions In tho seven different cases. There was not an unanimous oplnon. Hut why did they dissent? Solely on tho ground that all seven ot theso Institutions wcro sectarian. Thus you soo wo would have had a unanimous decision In regard to Berea College. Now Just a few words In conclusion. First, because of this provision, to tax Berea Collcgo would bo an unlawful thing, forbidden by tho constitution. It Is very strango that so much ndo has been made of it. If the authorities could lawfully tax ncrea College It would have been done long ago. When pcoplo charge Berea College with not being willing to bo taxed, Is Is absolute folly. They aro not able to tax It, Berea Collego has nothing to say In this matter. But In tho next placo no assessor has any lawful right to assess tho property of Berea Collego for taxation. No public officer has any lawful right to recclvo any money from Berea Col lego paid In tho shapo ot taxes. If tho Collego should under tho present constitution ullow Itself to bo taxed wo trustees could bo sued by any ot tho donors or by any of tho future trustees to recover what was unlawfully paid, and as a trustee I am not rich enough to bo willing to stand suit for such recover)' of money. Tho College has no right to pay out money given for purposes taxes of education In payment of which aro themselves unlawful. And then, lastly, for this question may come up In your minds, tho College may bo required to mako and repair sldowalks on Its own frontage But even the council of Berea which could nroncrly order that, could not order tho Collego to pay Into the pub- lie treasury tho money for tho building ot those sidewalks and then build them themselves. Now right there Is where tho shoo pinches. Tho authorities of tho town want to havo tho monoy paid Into tho public treasury In order Utat they may spend It where they seo fit. Two or three years ago Mr. Stanley Frost made an investigation and printed the fact that In the provious ten years Berea College spent moro for public Improvement than It would have paid If it could hav9 been taxed, hut It had to bo as a donation. Tho money that has been given to Berea has been given for tho purposo of tho educational ends of tho Institution. The donors havo tho legal right to seo that the mon-jIs so used. "When a donation Is made by Berea Collcgo to the town In the shapo of public Improvements It must bo In suoh a way that at any time that It could bo shown that tho public Improvement was to tho ndvantago of Borcn Collego. Tho Collego has no right or authority to build a plcco of turnplko which would bo for tho of Wallacoton. Every such donation must bo In such a placo and of such a character that wo may ho ublo to show that It was done for tho ndvantago of Berea College. Now 1 think that this will glvo you a rcsum and outllno or skeleton of tho reasons Berea Is not taxed. It Is not because Berea Collego is fighting taxation but becauso no ono Is lawfully authorized to recclvo taxes and we that three See R. H. CHRISMAN. 'THE FURNITURE MAN" Order for EWctiea for Graded Sckool trlct. all taining a for tho purpose of mainIN OUR OWN STATE Graded Common School Dis(Continued from tint page) ro peti- trict on tho lot now occupied by the Madison County Court In Holllday and others to present public school In Dcrea, and coin's natlvo state; General John tion Q. D. for erecting, purchasing, or repairing fix boundary of proposed Graded suitable buildings for said purpose C Mack formor Commnndor-ln-chlCommon School District, In the town other of tho O. A. II., who spoke for the therein, of Uerca. and certain adjoining terri- 'necessary and for any and allto carryIncidental expenses soldiers of tho North, and General J. tory, for an election therein. conducting a first class H. Castlcman of Kentucky, who spoUo Ordor for election as to Graded ing on and Common School at Berea, Graded School District. for tho soldiers of tho South. SenaMadison County, Kentucky. This matter being upon tho dock-- I It Is furUicr ordered that said elec- tor W. E. Uornh of Idaho delivered day and It appearing that tion Is to bo held for the purpose ot an U1I1 address on "Lincoln tho Man." moro than ten logai voters wno aro electing flvo trustocs for tho propos- I'ltKS. TAFT IN KENTUCKY taxpayers In tho proposed district cd Common School District, said Klahornto preparations wcro made of Madison County, Kontucky, havo trustees when elected to be divided petitioned this Court to fix tho Into three classes in accordance with for tho reception of Pres. Taft In boundary of tho proposed Graded Kentucky Statutes, Section 4471 and Kentucky, Nov. 10, who camo to Common School District, and to or- 44C9. tho purpose of dedicating Tho Linder an election to establish a GradThe shorlff ot Madison County coln Memorial Hall at Uodgcnvllle, ed Common School, and It further In and tho Lincoln Statue at Frankfort. appcartnR that said petition Is ap- shall havo tills order published proved by the County Hoard of Edu- Tho Cltlicn, a newspaper published The most Important event was a cation and tho Superintendent of i in Dorca, Kentucky, for at least twen-- .o Common Schools of Madison County, ty days before tho election and adver-tls- dinner given by Tho Louisville Ir.ss the samo by printed band bills, Club nt tho Seclhach Hotel. Tho banand It further appearing that no part of the boundary of said proiosed posted In flvo conspicuous places in quet hall was never moro beautiful, proposed Grnded Common excellent tosto being used by tho deGraded Common School DUtrlct will said bo more than two and ono half miles scnooi uisinci, tor mo samo icngin corator, electrician and florist. beof time, and shall havo the advertisefrom tho school house, tho Court Many prominent men were present ment insorted and notices heroin proing advised, It Is considered and and hereby ordered that tho vided for lasted within ten days ot- and when tho guest ot honor orrlv-i- d following boundaries shall bo spread ter ho receives this order, and at least nbout nine o'clock ho was upon tho order book of this Court twenty days before tho election. Said sheriff shall appoint a judgo ed with prolonged applause. as the boundaries of the proposed Oradud Common School District: and a clerk of said election, who shall KENTUCKY LAWS KILL BUSINESS tako and subscribe to an oath for The International Harvester Co., Beginning at a point on tho pike whero the dirt road tho faithful performance, ot their of Loulsvlllo has recently announced to I'ossum Kingdom leaves tho plko duties, on tho day set apart for tho tho removal of Its headquarters to and about the corner of the old llu election, tho officers shall open a Indiana, giving as tho reason of Its lett farm: thence a straight line to poll and shall propound to each who a culvert In the West Union road voter you may vote, tho question, action, tho fact that they could not for or against the Graded remain In Kentucky without being In front of Laura Spenco'i bouse, In- "Aro cluding same, thence a straight lino Common School taxi" and his vote subject to a multiplicity of law to tho point where the Slate Lick shall bo recorded for or against the suits. Thoy mako tho complaint that road runs under tho railroad bridge same as he may direct. Said election officers shall also f.O per cent ot tho fines collected in ao as to Include J. M. Shell; thence up a branch to the head of Logllck bold an election at Uto same time and such cases goes to tho Commonwealth Hollow, Including Judgo Lunsford's placo and by the same persons who Attorney; 25 per cent to tho County house: thence a straight lino to Cen voto at tho eloctlon for tho tax to Attorney; 13 per cent to tho other tor of a low gap a lltUo south of elect a board of trustees ot said proLee's Knob: thonce a straight lino posed Graded School District and tho court officials leaving only 12 p?r to tho bridge In Scaffold Cano pike five persons receiving the highest cent for tho treasury of the Comover the watori of Silver Creek near numbor ot votes shall be declared monwealth. Thus It is a very profittho fork of said creek at the corner of olectcd trustees. able business for tho attorneys to DoughW. R. Shtckleford, J. V. Drowning' and Thomas Drownkeep a keen eye on tho big corporaerty's farms. Including J. F. Judge, Madison County Court. ing, and near Henry Ulckncll's farm; tions. Kentucky, tbenco down Silver Creek and 1U State of Tho company calls attention to a Madison, l"01-tnoanders to tho house of Noel Mit- County of County where Judg I, K. D. Tcrrlll. clerk of the Madi- casi In Ilullltt chell, oxcludlng It; thence a straight lino to the house of John Johnson son County Court, do hereby certify ment of J 5,000 was rendered ngalnst Including It; thence a straight lino that tho foregoing Is a truo and com- them and olntlng out tho fact that toS. 1. Clark's residence Including it; plete copy of order of election en- tho attorneys and other officials rethence a straight line to K. T. Fish's tered In the case of G. D. Holllday ceived $4,545 leaving tho stato only residence Including it and It. S. and othors on potliion for Graded residence; thence a straight line to School as Is filed In my otflco In $455 while the County received noththe beginning Including all residences the papers In tho above styled action. ing, and that In tho end tho farmer south ot said Vine. Witness my hand this 4th day ot must pay it all. This looks very unAnd It is further ordered that the October, 1911. just for tho Co.'s money to bo so It. D. Terrlll, Clerk. sheriff ot Madison County do hold distributed, indeed it is unjust to tho Dy D. Tevls Huguely, D. 0. on the 18th day of November, 1911, In obedience to tho foregoing or- Stato, to tho County and especially to at tho school house In Uerca, Madison County. Kentucky, between tho hours dor and Judgment of the Madison tho farmer. Then It BecniB that the and Company Is leaving Kentucky not beof 6 a. m. and 4 p. in. an election for County Court, 1 havo caused the purpose of taking tho sense ot dlroctod the publication ot the fore- cause It has violated tho law and been legal white votors within the going as therein directed, and I or tho ono ot my dopntles will on tho 18th forced to pay largo sums ot money, abovo doscrlhod boundaries constituting tho proposed graded Common day of November, 1911. open a poll hut simply because this money is School DUtrlct upon tho proposition at tho present Common School buildnet distributed as they would like whether or not they aro for or ing In tho city of Uerca, Kentucky, to boo It distributed. Is this sufficient tho annual Graded Common between the hours of 6 a, m. and 4 School tax In tho sum ot thirty-flv- o p. in. so that the legal white vo- causo for their nctton or Is there cents on each $100 of the pro- ters In the territory described may something elso wrongT perty assessed within the abovo des- vote on tho question submitted and cribed boundaries and belonging to I herebjr appoint I. en, lioskins, Judge BEREA COLLEGE AND TAXES white voters or corporations and In and W. C. Engle, clerk of said election. Continued from fourth Tige addlUon thereto an annual poll tax Given under my band this 6th of $1.00 per capita on each white day of October, 1911 I shall wish to come back to this in mala inhabitant over twentyoue a momont. Now I want you to know D. A. McCord, years ot ago residing In said proSheriff ot Madison County. posed Graded Common School Dls- af el I I BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE I have just bought the Isaacs' Hardware Store and in the future will carry a complete line of HARDWARE, PAINTS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES PricesRight J. fl. CLARKST0N GiveUs aCall grS PALACE MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you want and get what you call for. Highest market price paid for butter, eggs and chickens Leaf Lare, guaranteed pure. Kidd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. Fish and Oysters every Thursday. Wal-lacet- U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. l.( Do You Want to Buy a Good Blue Grass 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 v. rite me what you want or call at my office and we will talk it over. REMEMBER WHAT I SAY, you willalways get a square deal with Holiday If interested. CALL UPON OR ADDRESS, ; Ter-rill'- s, ANOTHER GOOD FARM FOR SALE mile from public noIiooI ntul two miles from Hurt' Thin farm Is good red hud, limo Htouo land, nil In grans nml In one of thu best grass furms near Huron, Is well watered, linn plenty of wood and timber to keep up nlneti nml fenced nil around with wire feiico. Ono good orchard and fairly good house, barn nud outbuildings on place. Tills farm of land for tho monoy in this without question Is the best 78 section and can bo bought nny time within the next thirty days for only $15 85 per acre. Anyone wanting a Karra Hargaln should make It known toJ.l'. llloknollat onco. most beautiful business lots right In tho busiI also havo fourof tho ness section ot Hereiv on Chestnut St., whero such lot uro worth one thousand dollars each. These lots aro ill ft.-- In. x 00 ft. Price 1800 each. I have other farms of various sizes with prices and terms to sult purchaser in ltoek castle, Oarrard and Madison Cos. Come, see and buy land and lots. pike. One-fourth Col-leg0 The Best Qualities of Containing 78 0 norm lying north of Heron on Korea and ltlchmnnd 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. Mate St. G. D. Room 4, Brta HOLLIDAY Bank C& Trust Building , BEREA, KY. J. P. BLCKNELL Btm, Ky. W. I. DOOLEY Bera,Ky. Page Six. Though THE CITIZEN. 0 very eager to wed me, the plow look backward; cut through Why does he not come himself, aa the plowshare take' the trouble to woo me? the flowers of life to Its fountains, PRAYER OF Though It pass o'er the graves of the It I am not worth tho wooing, I surely am not worth tho winning!" dead and ths hearths of the living, NEHEMIAH It Is the will of the Lord; and His Then John Alden began explaining mercy endureth for ever!" and smoothing tho matter, Sasdiy ScWsl Unos for JUv. 28, 111! Making It worse ns he went, by sny SrcJUy Amngtl for This Ptpor Ing tho Captain was busy-- Had 80 he entered the house: and the no time for suck things; such wheel and the singing hum of the lah L I.KSSON things! tho words grating lmrshly Suddenly ceased; for Prlicllla, nroused MKMOflT VKItSE-- J. Fell on the ear of Priscllla; and swift by his step on the threshold, (lOM)KN TRXT'Tho effectual, fer. ns a flash she innJo answer: ltoe as ho entered, and gave him her vent prayer of a righteous man avatloth hand, In signal of welcome, "Has ho no tlmo for such things, as much." Jim. S:l(. Tl Ml! Thirteen years after thi Return you call It, beforo he is married, Saying, "I knew It was you, when I Kxllcs under Kir (our Would ho bo likely to find It, or make of the Nehemlnh's prayer, II. C. Init No heard your step In the passage; Ui, It, after tho wedding? For I was thinking of you, as I cat Ho went to Jeru-cleember, December. tho next fprlnir. It. C. 411. singing nnd spinning." That Is tho way with you men; you there PLACE Shtiahan, or Hma, one of th Awkward and dumb with delight, that don't understand us, you can not. catiltnta of the Peralan Kmplre at a thought of him had been mingled When you havo made up your minds, thrrotime ot thla lesaun. It la now culled the Thus In the sacred psalm, that came after thinking of this ono and Bui, In aoutliweat l'crala. Tho ancient city has been excavated, and various In from the heart of the maiden, that one, remains Silent before her he stood, and gavo Choosing, selecting, rejecting, com scrlptlona and to IIrM. of building hava been brought paring one with another, her tho flowers for an answer, HUI.KIIS Artaxcrxea. called Lougirea began to relcn D. Finding no words for his thought. Ho Then you make known your dcslro, nus (or J. Athena C. 6S; relirned till Dee. 17, with nbrupt and sudden avownl. remombered that day in tho cams under ferlcloa (MO. Military tribAnd are offended nnd hurt, and Indig une In Homo (411). winter, , nant perhaps, that n woman JEWISH LEADnrtS-Neheml- ah. Aftor the first great snow, when he who Does not respond at once to a lovo became governor ot Judea. Eira tha broke a path from the village, acrlbn had returned to Ilabylon. Malachl. Reeling and plunging along through that she never suspected. the tait prophet of the Old Testament, tho drifts that encumbered the Does not attain at a bound tbo height muat have been living at thla time. doorway, to which you have been climbing. 's Ezra's homo was In Babylon, Stamping the snow from his feet as This is not right nor Just: for surely in Shushan, 250 miles further he entered the house, and Priscllla a woman's affection Laughed at his snowy locks, and gave Is not a thing to be asked for, and cast, with fower persons of his own nationality, and farther away from him a seat by the fireside. had for only the asking. Grateful and pleased to know he had When ono Is truly In love, one not nowa ot what was going oa In Jerusalem. It Is this separation of homes only says It. but shows IL thought of her in the snow-storHad ho but spoken then, porbaps not Had he but waited a while, bad he that explains why there was so little working together of these two men, only showed that ho loved mo. In vain bad he spoken; Now it was all too late; the golden mo Even this Captain of yours who till both had been at Jerusalem. Kchemlah was walking ono day out knows? at last might havo won ment bad vanished! Bide tho walls of Shushan, so Joss-phu- s So he stood there abashed, and gavo mo. Old and rough as ho Is; but now It her tho flowers for an answer. tells us, when "somo strangers, making for the city, travel-wornever can happen." as It by a long Journey, wero overheard by Then they sat down and talked of Still John Alden went on, unheeding him discoursing In his own languago, the birds and the beautiful springthe words of Priscllla, time. tho Hebrew. Nothing touches tho Talked of their friends at home, and Urging the suit ot his friend, explain heart In a strango land moro than ing, persuading, expanding; ono's mother tongue. He went up to the Mayflower that sailed on the Spoke of his courage nnd skill, and ol them, therefore, and, Introducing himmorrow. I havo been thinking all day," said self, found they were from Judah, and all bis battles In Flanders, gently tho Puritan maiden. How with the people ot God ho had one was his own brother, Hananl. "Dreaming all night, and thinking all Naturally Nchcmlah asked them chosen to suffer affliction. day, of tho bedgo-row- s of Eng- How, In return for his zeal, they had about tho state ot things In Judea. land, made him Captain ot Plymouth; He learned that Ezra's reforms in reThey aro In blossom now, and tbo Ho was a gcntlemnn born, could trace lation to marriages with the heathen, country Is all like a garden; his pedigree plainly mado tbo surrounding nations very Thinking of lanes and fields, and tho Back to Hugh Standish ot Duxbury bitter. Tho leaders on both sides song of the lark and the linnet. Hall, In Lancashire, Englnnd, wero many ot them allied by marSeeing tho village street, and familiar Who was tho son of Ralph, nnd the riage, and for tho Jews to repudiate faces ot neighbors the grandson of Thurston do their foreign wives, as if claiming to I Going about as of old. and stopping Standish; bo so much better than their neigh to gossip together. Heir unto vast estates, ot which bo bors, must havo infuriated them. It was basely defrauded, And, at the end ot tbo street, the vil struck tho divorced women as a cruel lage church, with tho ivy Still boro the family arms, and had nnd insulting outrage. Driven back Climbing the old gray tower, nnd the for his crest a cock argent to their paternal homes with their Combed and wattled gules, nnd all the burning wrongs, theso poor women quiet graves in tho churchyard. must havo aroused tho utmost Indig nation among their people. Thus tho reformer had stirred up a hornet's Nonmber 16, 1911 BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL DEPARTMENT OF BEREA COLLEGE (The Citizen is a specimen of our work.) STORY & J SMssMiaMsssssssM TRXT-Nfhom- Courtship if oMiles Standish With Illustrations Howard Chandler Christy let-ton- ). lcttcr.hcads, enrds, ruportr, sermons, nd Prints bocks In the bust manner, and nt lowest prices. students, Your patronage is askod to help and to insure your netting your money's worth. Call nt tho office, or send orders by mail. You will get satisfaction. Terms cash. Address hand-bills, g m BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL, Borea, Ky. by HOUSES TO RENT To those who have children to educate nnd wish to reside In Ueren for a longer or shorter time to enjoy its educational advantages, the College has a number of houses, large end small, some of them partly furnished, to rent; on reasonable terms. Address ), Giprr!l"iTh Bobb-M.rr- Oumptnf) The Lover's Errand So the strong will prevailed, and Al- den went on his errand, 'Out of tho street of the village, and Into the paths of tho forest. .Into the tranquil woods, where bluc-blrds and robins were building Towns In the populous trees, with banging gardens of verdure. JPoaceful, aerial cities of Joy and affection and freedom. All around him was calm, but within him commotion and conflict. Lots contending with friendship, and self with each generous Impulse. To and fro In bis breast his thoughts In a foundering ship, with every roll of the vessel, W&shos the bitter sea. the merciless surge of the ocoan! naust I relinquish It all," he cried with a wild lamentation. "Must I relinquish it all, the Joy, the hope, the Illusion? Was It tor this I have loved, and waited, and worshiped in silence? Waa It for this I havo followed tbo flying feet and the shadow Over the wintry sea, to tho desolate shores of New England? Truly the heart is deceitful, and out of its depths of corruption JUse, like an exhalation, the misty phantoms of passion; Angels of light they seem, but arc only delusions of Satan. All is clear to mo now; I feel It, I see THE COLLEGE TREASURER, Berca, Ky. Nche-mlah- THE BEREA HOSPITAL NURSE TRAINING SCHOOL OF BEREA COLLEGE Has Lest operating room and nil modern appliances for caw of a limited number ot patients. Hospital trcuinunt grimly prospects of recovery. Rates One Dollar a day and up. Bond for prompt payment required. For further particulars address were heaving and dashing, As THE HOSPITAL, Berea, Ky. It distinctly! trills is tbo band of tho Lord; it is laid upon mo in anger, For I have followed too much the heart's desires and devices. Worshiping Asbtoreth blindly, and Impious Idols of Baal. This is tho cross I must bear; tho sin and the swift retribution." So through tho Plymouth woods John Aldon went on his errand; Crossing the brook at tho ford, where It brawled over pobblo and shallow, HHmasmM?BimMJ BffffffffffffffffffffffSBffffffffffsfffffffffffesJsSBffBlnftsffBffSffffffffffffffffffffffH s9sSfffffWt3B&OT' Gathering still, as he went, the Mayflowers blooming around him, Vra grant, filling the air with a strange and wonderful sweetnoss, .Children lost in tho woods and covered with leaves In thoir slumber. ""Puritan flowers," bo said, "and tho type of Puritan maidens, Modest and clmplo and Bwoot, the very typo of Priscllla! So I will take them to her; to Priscllla r of Plymouth, tho .Modest and simplo and sweet, as a parting gift will I tako them; Breathing their silent farewells, as they fado and wither and perish. Soon to bo thrown away, as is the heart of the giver." 3o through the Plymouth woods John Alden went on his errand; Came to an open spaco, and saw tho disk of tho ocean, Soilless, somber and cold with tho comfortless breath of tbo east May-flowe- true to his convictions. Ho showed remarkablo wisdom and shrewdness. If any fault is recorded of Ncho-mlclIt is ono which be himself reveals, a fault that for a long time prevented Alexander Whyto from loving him "and, worst of nil, I thought him a man who was always well pleased with himself." Max Mullcr, In bis autobiography. says that tho story of a man, which leaves out his faults, is llko a ptcturo deficient In shadows, and falls to I bring out tho bright points of his character. "We want to know his faults tba.t Is probably tho most Interesting part of him," certainly often very helpful. Charles Rcado calls him: "Faithful courtier, yet true patriot; child of luxury, yet patient of hardship; in-- , ventlvo builder, Impromptu genera), gentle' ftstuto politician, man, Inspired orator, resoluto reform-- 1 cr; born leader of men yet bumblo i. 1 high-spirite- d bo-fo- If Mrs. Jones buys her coffeo at Smith's each woek If the coffee in your ctoro Is bolter than Smith's and cheaper Why. TELL MRS. JONES I Don't dash wildly across ths Etreot to tell her, though; cho'd laugh at you. Insert a sano, forceful advertisement In this paper about your coffee. test. We'll catch her oyo by making Nchcmlah was a truo patriot He was a deeply religious man, a man ot your ad. attractive. Then all that prayer and consecration, Is left for you to do is to tako in Find the Man Every man and woman Is anxious to buy some article necessity or luxury every day of his or her life. Single handed it would take yon months to seek out thoie interested in your line of business. An advertisement in this paper docs the work instantaneously. It corrals the purchaser brings tho money for tho coffeo Mrs. him to your store makes him buy Jones buys. things you advertised. (Coprrlfbt, IUV. t? W. .N. V.i io7rutu. uu.tr r.n, uj Enlarging Your Business Xr If you are in business and vou want to make more money you will read every word we have to say. Are you annually, nnd then carefully note the effect it has in increasing your volume of business; whether a 10, 30 or 30 per cent increase. If you watch this gain from year to you will become intensely interested in your advertising, and how you can make it en-lar- spending your money (or advertising in haphazard fashion as if intended for charity, or do you advertise (or direct results? Did you ever stop to think how your advertising can bo made a source of profit o you, and how its value can be measured in dollars and cents. If you have not, you are throwing money away. God." wind; Saw the Singing the hundredth Psalm, tho grand old Puritan anthem, Jtfuslc that Luther sang to the sacrod words of tho Psalmist, ITull of tho breath of the Lord, con- bouse, and peoplo work In a meadow; Heard, as ho drew near the door, the musical voice of Priscllla new-bui- at soling and comforting many. Tben, as be opened tho door, ho beheld the form of the maiden 'Seated beside her wheel, and the carded wool like a snow-drif- t Silled at her Itnoc, her whlto hands feeding tho ravenous spindle, While with her foot on tbo treadle she guided tho wheel in Its motion. Open wldo on her lap lay tho psalm-booof Alnsworth, Printed In Amsterdam, the words and lrutilc together, Rough-hewn- , angular notes, llkoetouos In the wall of a churchyard, Darkened and overhung by the running vino of the verses. Such wta the book from whose psges she sang tho old Puritan anthem, flfae, the Puritan girl, in tho solitude of the forest, JUsklng tho humble houso and the modest apparel of homespun XJeautlful with her beauty, and rich with tbo wealth of her being! Over him rushed, like a wind that Is keetvand cold and relentless, Thought of what might have been, And tbo weight and woo of bis erwell-worn rand; .kill the dreams that had faded, and all the bopea that had vanished, isUl his life henceforth and (enantless mansion, Haunted by vain regrets, and pallid, sorrowful faces. ha said to himself, and almost fiercely ho said It: "Let not him that putteth his band to teKJU Tho first thing, tho absolutely necessary thing, for Nchemlah was to find dlvlno help, wisdom, guldanco, for j himself, and tho sourco ot power over tho king's mind. For this ho prayed bvIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbK to the only being who could answer his prayer, and ho kept on praying for four months, wbllo tho double answer was being prepared In himself that he, by deep thought, and now light and dlvlno wisdom, might bo fitted to receive the answer, and in tho king that ho might bo inclined to do his part toward tho answer. That for which Nchcmlah prayed was llko tho first petitions In the "Why Don't You Speak for Yourself, Jchn.' Lord's prayer, "Thy kingdom come." rest of tho blazon. For his prayer was not Xor merely a Kind aro the people I live with, and lie was a man of honor, of noblo and few people and the city that were in dear to mo my religion; generous nature; danger, but for tho kingdom ot God Still my heart is so sad, that I wish Though ho was rough, he was kindly; on earth. The condition of things at myself back In Old England. she know how during the winter Jerusalem was a dishonor to Jehovah You will say it is wrong, but I can not He had attended tho sick, with a band and to his religion. help It: I almost as gentle as woman's: Wish myself back In Old England. I His prayer bad been so far answered Somewhat hasty and hot, ho could not that be knew what bo. bad to do, and feci so lonely and wretched." deny It, and headstrong, that tho tlmo had come for doing It. Stern as e soldier might be. but Ilia prayer now at tho end ot four Thereupon answered the youth: hearty, and placable always, , months, was for guldanco and help I do not condemn you; Stouter hearts than a woman's have tHui iu vv iuukucu m bui avunieu. uw and success In this crisis. cause bo was Uttlo of Btature; nuslled In this terrible winter. Tho answer came through and In Yours is tender and trusting, and For he was great of heart, magnani- tho man who prayed. So Jesus bado mous, courtly, courageous; his disciples to pray for moro laborneeds a stronger to lean on; So I have come to you now, with an Any woman in Plymouth, nay, any ers to gather In the spiritual harvest. woman In England, The twiswer came through their own an offer and proffer of marrlago Made by a good man and truo, Miles Might be happy and proud to bo called work in that harvest field. It came the wlfo of Miles Standish! also In their being bctttr laborers, 8tandlsh. the Captain or Plywiser, more earnest, more mouth!" moro skilful. In all slncero prayDut as be warmed and glowed. In Thus he delivered bis message, the his simple and eloquent language, er ono must be willing to do his part dexterous writer of letters-- Did Quito forgetful ot self, and, full of the toward the answer. not embellish tho theme, nor arThe answer was coming during all pralso of his rival, ray It In beautiful phrases, Archly the maiden smiled, and, with this tlmo of delay, Tho answers aro Dut came straight to tbo point, and often long preparing. As one prays eyes overrunning with laughter. blurted it out like a schoolboy; Said In a tremulous voice, "Why don't for fruit, and tho answer Is begun by Even tbo Captain himself could hardtho planting ot seed, followed by tho you speak for yourself, JcUaV ly havo said It more bluntly. nurture of sun and rain. Hut tho fruit (TO DB CONTINUED.) Muto with amazement and sorrow, must grow ard ripen before It can bu Priscllla, the Puritan maldon, eaten. Thus printing could not preThe Result. looked into Alden's faco, her eyes vail til) good, cheap paper waa discov"I suppose those garden seeds I ered, and eah Invention, as steam, dilated with wonder, Feeling his words like a blow, that sent saved you quite a little money," telephoue, telegraph, depended on our stunned her and rendered her aid tbo affable statesman, having other things to make them useMr Orowcber. "I ful. The battle must be fought, before "No," replied speechless; era and he victor can come, and tho victory Till at length sho exclaimed. Inter- hadn't the heart to waste the result Is that I'm In debt tor gar-do- would bo of small valua without ths rupting the ominous silence: Implements." "If the great Captain ot Plymouth U tattle. J "la-dee- d 1 n your business. II you try this method we believe you will not want to let a single issue of this paper go to press without something from your store. We will be pleased to have you call on us, and we will take pleasure in explaining our annual contract for so many inches, and how it can be used in whatever amount that teems necessary to you. If you can sell goods over the counter we can also show you why this paper will best serve your interests when you want to reach the people of this community. Advertising is a modern business necessity, but must be conducted on business principles. If you are not satisfied with your advertising you should set aside a certain amount of money to bo spent The Right Kind of Reading Matter The home news; the doings of the people in this town; the gossip of our own community, that's the first kind of reading matter you want. It is more important, more interesting to you than that given by the paper or magazine from tho outside world. It is the first reading matter you should buy. Each issue of this paper give to you just what you will consider 4. The Right Kind ot Reading Matter, Notember 16, 1911 SELECTING GOOD SEED CORN THE CITIZEN. Little Practice Will Enable One to Become Quick and Reliable Judge Points to Study. Page Seres. GREAT CARE SHOULD BE USED IN CONSTRUCTION OF A SILO Many of Failures That Hnvo Dlscournged Introduction of Hugo Tanks Are Duo to Faulty Building Alr Should bo Excluded to Prevent Decay of Silage. Con-sequent BEREA Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE Ol THE MOUNTAINS What Are Yoar Talents? What Are Yoar alms? Berea Has the Training That Is Best For YOD. Then enter the J, HANDY Plgson RACK FOR SEED CORN Hola It Provided for Every Ear and It Etty to Maka Mica Are Kept Off. A bandy typo of rack (or storing nerd corn, which It Tory almplo In construction, la shown In the lllustra tlon, tnyi tho Farm and Homo. It may bo mado any tlzo, but one that It tovon foct high ami four feet wldo It very convenient. Tho frnmo la made of Inch boards 12 Inchon wide, and at Intorvalt of three Inches two lathi aro placed crottwlso and wires aro strung R'""" r'irM'f 'iftptl Handy Corn Rack. Thla makca an Ideal pigeon holo for each ear. Two cross wires aro run throueh tho center nround tho lath, aa ahown, to prevent them from Bagging. Each division can bo numbered so that Individual testa can be mado of every car. LARGE 5i Inches to bottom. apart, running from top WHEELS ON TRACTOR Tho silo may be made an ornament to any group of farm bulldlnggs. Its form Is such that It may be niacl.i to add to tho appearance of any stylo of construction. Ono or more conical silo roofs when viewed from a dlstniice, or In the full height of the curved walls at n closer range, gives a very pleasing effect when placed In n setting of rectangular buildings. PLAN FOR STRETCHING WIRE It Is the purposo of any silo, regardless of Its construction, to exclude Method Shown In Illustration Will air as far as possible from the sllago, Enable One Man to Do as Much and In this way prevent decay. To preWork as Two. vent tho air from reaching the silage, nil etlox must have walls. The following method of stretching Theso must bo rigid enough not to bo wlro over rough ground Is n good one. sprung out of shapo by tho prcsnuro Get some big nntls nnd drlvo them of tho silage, permitting air to enter Into tho posts ns Illustrated, on top next to tho wall. Not only tbo walla but tho doors, also, must bo perfectly air tight. To accomplish this thoy alr-tlg- With a little practice one can become a quick and reliable Judgo of an ear of corn sullablo for seed. But It will bo necessary to study auch polnta aa trueness to type, shape of ears, color of kernels, tips and butts of cars, uniformity of kernels, shape of kernels, space between kernels and tho per cent, of grain to the cob. rjrlcfly It should be slutcd ihat tho rows of kernels should bo straight, running from , butt to tip; tho kernels thus Insuring a largo per cent, of tbo corn on tho cob. Tho furrows, or tha spneo between tbo kernels, should bo narrow; the' grains deep, the cob comparatively small. Tho color of tho kernels should bo uniform, having no Indication of a mixed variety. All ears that show Immaturity or rotted kernels should bo eliminated, and especial caro should bo taken to select cars with largo germs. Tbo fact should bo borno In mind that a largo yield requires cars that aro well filled and ns fow nubbins and barren stalks as possible It costs as much to produce nubbins ns It docs good cars, and or dlnarlly 20 bushels to the acre will cost aa much work and other expense as to, henco tho economy of Increas-Inthe yield. wedgo-shaped- I and M. L. KINO, Iowa.) The Importance and vnluo of tho silo In furnishing succulent food for dairy cows and other farm animals Is now being more generally appreciated. Only a trial Is necessary to convince stock raisers tbat sllago Is nn cconomlcnl feed for the production or beef as well ns for tbo production or milk. Sllago when Included in tbo ration for steers makes It more palatable, and In this manner Is nnactlvo agent In bringing nbout nioro rapid gains. Also In many cases well preserved sllago has been found a cheap and successful feed for sheep, twtno (Dy DAVIDSON J. n. n shoulder being mado whtre tho walls Join the foundation. The fr,un1atlon wall, and In fact tho walls of the vntlro silo, should bo aa smooth as possible. If due caro Is uccd In tamping the sllago during tho Kiting, doors wblcn extend Into the silo aro not a tcrlous objection, though perfectly flush doors aro certainly an advantage, a vertical wall Is tho onl satisfactory wall to use, as a wall Inclined out ward will support tho sllago to a certain extent and prevent It tottling Are you not far advanced? satisfactorily, and hones. Largest of Their Kind Manufactured oy English Firm for Experimental Purpottt. The largctt wheels ever used on an agricultural traction engine were built by it firm In Leeds, England, for ex pcrlmcntnj purposes, says the Popular Mechanics. Tho giant wheels are 13 Strttchlng Wire. or knolls, slanting tho nails downward. Lang the wire over them. In the low places drlvo them Into the post up ward, and hook the wire under them. Then stretch tho wlro as tight aa do- sired. Ono man can stretch nearly as much wire this way as two can without tho use of tho nails. Stock Crops. Q ft The Fundamental Principle In the Preservation of Green Forage When Placed In a Silo Is the Exclusion of Air. Olio 16 rn im i The farmer makes tho most money who devotes hla fields to tho growing of crops to feed stock, making use of all the raw products at homo, thereby not only saving much of tho cost of transportation, bpt also maintaining the fertility of the soil. Taking every thing Into consideration, corn wilt probably produce) more food per acre One of Large Wheels. Feet In Diameter. Four Feet Patssge From Feeding Stable to Olio. Convenient Arrangement for Feeding. diameter, with a bearing sur face It Inches wide. The wbcelt were designed for ute on toft toll. feet In ' Cottonteed Meal. If cottonteed meal cottt delivered 115 a ton. each pound of digestible protein will cost less than 414 cents If corn Is worth $25 a ton, each pound of protein will cost about 1C cents a pound. In other words, a pound of protein In corn will cost nearly four times as much as a pound of protoln In cottonseed men). This clearly Knows that tha dairy farmer will lose money It bo purchases corn to food bis cows, providing, of course, that cottonseed meal Is available. Hut If cottonseed meal Is not available other feeding stuffs can bo had. Tho buyer of grain feeds should consider his purchase In this ItgbL should bo well fitted and the Joints madu tnoro perfect by felt pads or gaskets. It Is a good practice wbero the alio door seta against a shoulder for domestic animals than any other to place clay worked Into tho conplant, and there are but few feeda sistency of putty In the Joint The which can be fed In a greater variety clay Is placed on the bearing surface of ways. and tho door placed over It, and when the pressure of the silage comes against tho door an air tight Joint Is World's Wool Crop. About of tbo wool crop obtained. Tar paper Is successfully of tbo entire world Is produced In used by somo silo owners, cither In Australasia, which 'Includes New Zeal- strips (o cover the cracks nround tbo and and Tasmania. Last year's crop doors or in widths sufficient to cover exceeding 800.000,000 pounds. The the cntlro door and lap a few Inches flocks of this section contain nearly on tbo silo walla. Not only should the walls be tight twice as many sheep as those of the and rigid, but they should also bo United States. perfectly smooth on the Insldo to permit the sllago to settle without forming air pockets, which cause a certain nniount of the adjoining silage to rot. Several failure have been caused by one-thir- d pockets. When tho wall Is lacllned Inward tbo stingo will settle nwny from It. In the caso or concrcto silos with tapered walla, these should bo vertical on tho Inside. Best results aro obtained whero the sllago Is uniformly distributed throughout tho silo and Is carefully packed near the walls and nround tho doors by tramping. Caro should bo taken that tho heavy and light portions shall be uniformly mixed. Some silo owners aro or tho opinion that a great amount of tramping It unnecessary, but tho Investigations ot the writers would Indicate that whero tamping was not followed there xwas always n certain amount of spoiled sltnge and that tho money spent lor labor used In thoroughly tramping tho silage in tho silo when filled brought good returns. In localities where freezing occurs, It Is necessary to construct tbo silo so as to prevent, as far as possible trccz-Iof tbo silage. It Is difficult to mako n comparison between tha merits of the various types or silos In this respect, owing to the inability to find them under llko conditions. Freezing or silage Is due to loss of heat, first through tho silo wall; second, to the air In contact with tho feeding surface. The first loss may bo reduced by using a wall In the silo, and the second by preventing tho circulation of air abovo the sling? In the cllo. Any kind ot nn air space will par tlally prevent freezing, depending up on how llttlo the air circulates In tbts. space and also upon bow much con ducting material Is required to tie the outer and Inner walls together. The King and Ouelcr silos were among tho first to make uso of an air space to prevent loss of heat through tho walls, but the nlr spaces were so deep tbat circulation ot air from the n thus creating air FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent Here win ne placed with others like yourself, under a special teacher, 'and soott rapid progrett. You will matter Arithmetic and the commas branches and be ready to use them. You will have singing, drawing, tans) and household management, and tree Ono yoar la the Foua elation School costs less than (90 and Is worth $1,000. Are you aiming to be a teacherf Then Join the NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlntmore, Dean. Here you will be as trained that you will fear no examination, and you will be taught how teach. Tho demand for Borca trained teachers tar exceeds the supply. Are you Interested in earning money? THE yocATIONAL 6CHOOL3, Miles E. Marth, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home 8clonco. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nuralng. Printing and Butlnets Course, Etc, Here you soon doublo your earning power, and learn to enjoy dafasj things In a superior manner. Are you desiring the next beat thing to a College Course? Then tak two years or three years In tho GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Matheny, Dean. Tw years, or three yoars, in such practical studies as will fit you for an hoaets-ab- le and useful life. You select your studies from such as these: Physiology tho science ot health; Civics the science ot government; Qrarmnssf- tho art ot correct speech and Ethics tbo science of right), and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence Botany necessary for the doctor and interesting to every lady; Phjslcat -the science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc etc Do you wlah to prepare to enter College? Start In the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSE8, Francis E. Mathenj. Oesn. Best training In Mathematics, Languages, Sclenco and History. s has its own and Men's Dormitory, and a large body, text-bookBook-Bindinletter-writinTst-Acadeclass-room- iM v, 1 J r M.1 1 (5 of atudonts of high character and ability, able Instructors, and um leg Library and apparatus. est CesV 't V Berea College The College ttielf stands apart from all the other schools) under Its mass agoment and has long maintained tho highest standards known la tho South. To conform to tho Cameglo standards wo have diminished our former x qulremcntsl Required and elective studies with opportunity to ooncen trass In particular lines. Largest college library m Kentucky. Laboratories) quipped for student practice. Courses leading to the degrees of A. B, Js B, B. L, and B. Ped.' MUSIC (8lnglng Free). Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory, Band, may be taken for special fee In connection with work tt any of tkt above schools. Questions Answered Berea, Friend of Working 8tudents. Berea College, with fta affiliates? Institution. It require certain fees, schools. Is not a It expends many thousands ot dollars each year for the benefit of it dents, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for etue'satsi to earn and save la every way. OUR 8CHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to roteeC the character and reputation of the young people. Our students cosae frets the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any whs money-making g A. mm r Incorrect Method of Constructing B. Correct Meth Silo Foundation. od. C. Ground Line. top to the bottom of tbo wall was qulto frco and readily transmitted heat from wall to wall in this man ner. SELECT BEST USEFUL KAFIR SEED POTATOES CORN TOPPER Spinach Is one of the best things to grow. Fifteen to 20 cars of corn will plant an aero. Don't uso barb wire If you can avoid It. Productive soli must contain a large amount of vegetable matter. There la no better fertilizer for grata than farmyard manure. Potatoes mako a fairly good crop with which to follow millet. Tl;ro la no more convenient place to haul tbo manure than to the grass land. Small patches of quack grass should bo dug out with forks and the roots burned. Putting a small gasoline engine on the grain or corn binder la a new wrinkle to save bone flesh. Tboso who have not already saved their seed corn, however, mutt do so from the product aa It Is husked. Seed corn must be sclocted early enough so that It may have plenty of time to dry beforo cold weather. Cover crops aro divided Into two classes, based upon whether or not they add any considerable amount of food. Cover crops, when plowed under. Im prove the physical condition of the sol), making It porous and of better Marketing Vegetables. The successful marketing of vegetables, beyond doubt, la the most serious question of all for commercial growers. In many Instances It Is apparently Impossible to make ship- Should be Taken From tho Hom- e- Handy Implement Can Be Madi Out of Two Blades From Grow n Crop and Bar led in Old Statu Cutter aa Pits-Yi1st Very eld be sick thellegTprdTideVdbctor and nurse without extra chare. All except those with parents la Berea live In College building, suseY assist In wprk of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable trab-- j lng, and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except la wt ter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their esW pen set. Write to the .Secretary beforo coming- to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc, rxy with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate la the bessU but at) students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. The tlve Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrella mmM other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. The College sales no rettC for the line buildings In which students live, charging only enough roosei rent to pay for cleaning,, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding aaet towels. For tablo board, without coffee or extras, 21.35 a week, in the IsJL. and. $1.60 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of beaV-dln40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEE8 are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee far return of room key, library books, etc This is paid but once, and la return when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care ot school buQtV Inge, hospital, library, etc. (Students, pay nothing for tuition or services T teachers all our instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for mot students is $5.00 a term, IG.00 In Academy and Normal, and 17.00 In Colls-gla- to courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent a the Una, board by the halt term. Installments are a follows: Vocational asc v Small. Illustrated. and Foundation FALL TERM Room .: Board, 7 weeks School. and ments to the city and realize a fair profit This condition la due to high freight or express charges, unscrupu lous dealers and too many middlemen. There la too much difference be- tweon tho price received by the producer and that paid by the consumer, und thla la tho primary cause of the high cost of living In tho largo cities. Winter Feed for Oeett. I never feed any special green feed except cabbago to my breeding geese during the wlntor. Hut I raise Held com and feed that, allowing tho geese tho range except when there Is snow on the ground, saya a writer in an exI have tried various feeds, change. but never hnvo found any advantage over corn. Tho pasture. Is, of course, test of all for geose, since the birds will care for themselves. large states, the crop .s very short and prices are Just double what they were this time hist year. commission men tay that seed potatoes will sell for $2 to $2.60 per bushel next spring, potato-growind Owing to the Irrg drought in the Profit In Alfalfa. One middle west seed company purchased recently 700 bushels of alfalfa seed. Tho seed, uncleaned, sold for tilth. Farmers operating on a large scale $8.60 the bushel, and waa sold by Bte-vekeep In telegraphic or telephonHeel of Shawnee, Okla., who re- often ic connection with the market to ceived 15,9(0 tor the 700 busbelr. which tbolr products are consigned. Millet Is rather hard on the fer Prevent Washing of Soils. tility of tbo land, but an ordinarily On hilly lands great difficulty la ex- rich corn belt soil should yield two perienced In preventing washing by good crops of millet In succession. heavy fall and winter rains. The use A piece of rubber hose about a wire of cover crops, therefore, becomes lm- - poll handle offers a splendid safe.. unratlif. in .il.h lamia If guard against cutting the band when Is to be practiced In the summer. carrying cement and lure other heavy stuff. Size of Farms. The manner In which the corn Is Our farms are decreasing In site, stored Is not so Important so lone the averago number of acrea In farms aa some method Is used which will having, decressed from 140 In 1900 te permit a free circulation of air all 131, la 110. about tb ears. n 1 $24.60 $22.60 laSJS Total for term The Value of Duck Eggs. $22.99 $24.09 3tJm If pal" In advance England Nearly all good caters In and on the continent rqllsh duck eggs, Plan Now, Com January even more (ban the benV eggs. Properly fed on sweet, clean grain, young man or young woman can get an education at Any green stuff with pure water the duck produces eggs that are delicious. Berea if there Is the will to do so. The Indian Runner duck lays hotter It is a great advantage to start In the Fall and bavo a full year of con eggs than tbo Pekln. although tho latstudy. Many young peoplo wasto time la the public schools goter Is in greater favor In the United tinuous because of Its pure white ing over and over tho same things, when tbey might bo Improving rauefe States faster by coming to Berea and stalling In on new studies with some ot the. color. best young men and women from other counties und tilates. Largest Butter Making City. Water for Ducks. Ht: Paul Is said to be the second' Hake your plans to come January 3d. The ducklings should always have largest butter making city In the For Information or friendly advice write Ic the Secretary. ; world, Omaha alone leading all others access to drluklng water, but water cr.n bo emitted I' U with a total output of about 10,000,000 pounds per year. sired. and will bo scarce. The better plan for truckers nnd market gordonera would be to select crop ns out from tho many bushels as thty-wl- ll need nnd bury them In pits dug In high, dry ground, Just before tho ground Make the pits 20 Inches freezes. deep, 12 Inches wide nnd as long as may bo needed. Select medium-sized- , potatoes, nil sound, smooth-skinnetho trench level full, cover top with six Inches of long straw, evenly laid on, then cover with one foot ot earth and plow a deep furrow two feet out from the pit on each sldo to carry off the surface water. Open the fur rows at each end so the water can run off quickly. Tho top of pit should be' covered with one root of strawr manure, leaves or rotted straw. Just beforo sovere weather sets In. Potatoes will keep sound and solid In pits so constructed. Tbo house cellar It not a good place to store seed potatoes, as It Is usually too warm or too Medium-sizeseed potatoes damp. of the early varieties may now be had at the produce yards In quantities of Oc 20 buthels for $1.25 per bushel. tober la the time to buy when win ter sets In railroad freights are ad vanced. homo-growd d Wo have a kaflr corn topper which we use to top cane and kaflr corn. In making it, two straight blades from an old stalk cutter were used, ono bolted onto a pleco ot 2x4, three feet long, and tho upper blado fastened to It at one end with a bolt, A, which allows the two knives to wort; like scissor Academy NormaL CoBec, 7.96 Incidental Fco I 6.00 6.60 9.45 I 6.00 7.00 9.45 22.45 9.4S 1J .4 $23.4 r 120.05 Amount due Sept. 13. 1911 9.45 Board 7 weeks, due Not. 1, 1911....... i.e 32Js U2.4S) A) ;- Total for term If paid In advanc $29.60 $29.00 $31.90 131.40 - WINTER TERM Incidental Fee Room xrd, 6 weeks I 6.00 6.00 9.00 20.00 9.00 I 8.00 $ 7J 9.00 9.0 TM TJM MB, CLEATS Handy Topper for Kaflr Corn. Amount due Jan. 8, 1912 Board 6 weeks, due Feb. 14. 1912 $22.20 $31.20 $30.70-$ 6.00 MJh 9m9V" 933JW Total for term If paid In advance SPRING TERM $29.00 128.60 $ 6.00 93U blades. Two cleats are nailed at each end ot the 2x4 to fit over the edgo ot tho wagon box. One man standB In the wagon and works the topper, while nnutber lifts tho bundles of corn and puts them In. The beads when rut fall Into the wagon. Incidental Room Board. 6 lee weeks 4.00 6.76 $16.76 6.75 640 6.75 $17.76 6.75 7J SU.16k. C.1-- Amount due March 27. 1912 Board 6 weeks, due May 1, 1912 . - 3d able-bodie- d swim-mint- D. WALTER MORTON, behea, ky. l P.1RC Eight. THE CITIZEN. threa children of Klrksvlllo were vis- - slon No. 3, Subdlttrlct No. 0, Owsley Ring Mrs. Koen's relatives at Climax Co., wish to announco thoy will cole- ,an week irfc Jajey nark ana chll- - brow "Kentucky Children's Home tlren wero visiting Mrs. S. L. Hoc- - Day," Friday, Nov. 24th. Kvcrybody's tor, last Sunday. Jno. M. Rector wns prcsonco Is requested. The. object Is visiting I. Hector and family, Bun- - to raise funds for Tho Kentucky Chll- i!nvllm Ynrlf Infl fnr hla hnmn In llrpn'n llomn nt Tllllnvllln. All Cfln- Laurel County, Sunday. Ho has been trlbutlons from persons unablo to bo visiting his brother, Grant York, for prcsont will bo gratefully received by tho past week. , tho school and personal acknowledgo-I November j 16, 1911. I News You Get Nowhere Else No rnononooonononoonoononoonotonononononononog 1k - - ,1 - H ri-- CT K. fltf fKV V Ottf,OOnClnC2 j J IftS s Royal has no substitute for making delicious home-bake- d foods toneireeietct Dot Mltktl ilt"4 tTldenc U y It It for pabllcstlon, bt u(.u1.(MnntanuuBi,n2 ot rood taltt. i1lft. IU Mire Wilts pUInly. Plan for January 3 Rooms Scarce-Enga- ge One Now Tho very unusual rush to Bcrca this fall has filled up tho rooms available for students 80 that thoso who wish to como at tho opening of winter term, Jan. 3, must bo suro to send their dollar deposit and engage room right now. We hope to bo ablo to accommodato thoso who aro teaching nnd wish to pursue their Normal studies In tho winter and spring, and as many others as possible, particularly tho farm boys who Farm wish tho winter term In Management. "Wrlto today to tho Secretary. Let us hear from you nnd wo will ma';o you welcome and comfortable. D. Walter Morton, Berea, Ky. mer. havo returned from n month's Nttnn, 8pcnc' Scx" ! lh I non('' v.sl with their relatives In Holland, Creek, Ky'. , Mr- - nnd Mrs. . nH i,.r M.rL mi. Zwe- uri.t. ISI.ANll CITY "1r Saturday morning and was laid mer 'is nt present tho teacher of . Island City, Nov. 9. Leo.rctcra nnd , to rest at tho Scaffold Cano cemetery Sunday evening. Tho bereaved wlfo of Kingston aro visiting friends AcadcmyJ-MI- ss Mario Muya- Hall T. Gentry family hayo our deepest syinpa th- y- and relatives hero.- -J. went to Berea last Friday to "TT" w, !,! ROYAL Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE The only Baking Powder made .i . ir,4 r1Ti l"t kens - a" Z 'Ta .... Clover Bottom, Nov. 13 Miss Lillian Abram Is very low with typhoid. Sho has been sick for fifteen days. Miss Emmer Axblll who has been on tho sick list for somo tlmo Is better. The llttlo child of H. X. and Lucy Dean Is very sick. H. N. Dean and Solomon Abrams made a businessy trip to McKce, tho 11th. Leonard and Owen BIcknell who havo beon In Harlan County to haul staves Dean and his havo roturncd-Ra- y grandmother havo been visiting Alex McDanlel's folks at Isaacs, for a few days. Wo nro having our first snow and It seems to bo pinching considerably. R. I. Hale, Grover Drew and Borice Drew passed thru hero today returning from a visit to Mr. Drow's parents on Horso Lick. Marl Abmms tho Independent candldnto In Coylo district beat Silas Powell the Republican nominee by 23 votes. Corn 13 very light and badly damaged In this part. Miss Aimer BIcknell Js 6taylng with Miss Lllllam Abrams while tho lntter Is sick. TTNEK Tyncr, Nov. 9. Mrs. E. F. Evans and Miss Salllo LuU of McWhorter wero visiting In this vicinity, Sunday. C. Vaughn of Frankfort was hero last week to seo his sister Mrs. Strong, who Is In very poor health. Frank Fox who has been a tenant on W. J. Jones' farm Is moving to Olln. G. A. Jones while out bird hunting a few days ago accidentally shot J. T. Moore. Fourteen shot hitting him in tho face, two In tho eye and literally cutting his hat to pieces. Tho Doctor thinks ho can save his eye Frank and Ford Jones were bird hunting on their way to the election and accidentally shot ono of 0. W. Davidson's llttlo boys, ono shot hitting him In tho faco causing a painful but not dangerous wound. M. F. Goodman was kicked in tho stomach and sldo by a horse a few days ago, breaking two ribs, but ho Is doing fairly well. Mrs. Margaret Hamilton will go to Livingston In a few days to see her dnughtcr, Mrs. K. Riggs, who Is reported very low iu M. the last stage of consumptlon.-- I. Moore Is hauling logs to tho mill for tho erection of a new house on R. B. Reynold's property L. C. Moore will move to his new homo on tho Devil's Den Branch, next week. Ed Vaughn went to East Bernstadt after a new wagon, today. Wo aro expecting an advanco In the price of poultry soon. Come on Viva, and glvo us your news. Wo aro disappointed when we fall to get It. PRIVETT Prlvctt, Nov. 10. Every one In this vicinity seems to bo surprised about tho election going off DemocraticDied on tho 8th of this month Mrs. Bcca Wright, wlfo of Hiram Wright. Sho was 111 for somo tlmo with consumption. Miss Lucy Bowles has beon visiting friends and relatives at Frankfort and Loulsvlllo for tho past week. Several from this place attended church at Canon Chapel last Sunday. The now public road down Blackwatcr Is complete and ready for traveling. W. B. Mctcalf James Bruinback, visand ited Mr. Metcalfs daughter Mrs. Ward at Borca, last week There will be a debato at Flat Lick School, Frithat tho day. Subject, nosolved scenes of nature aro more attractive than the art of man. Tho quarterly mooting will begin at Canon ChaoH tho third Saturday and hold until the mlddlo of tho week. The stavo men bavo boon lh our vicinity this week Ab-ne- JACKSON COUNTY clovkh noTTosi. W. A. Worthlngton ana sis- ter. Miss Zwemer. are visiting Mrs. DoYoung, at Gray Hawk. OKAYIIAWK Gray Hawk, Nov. 13. Last night was tho roughest night for 'years.Thomas Morris and family are visit- lng Aunt Jano Morris, over Sunday, --Our school at Gray Hawk Is get- tlng along flno with Miss Susan Wat- at school son as teacher.-Sun- day Gray Hawk Is getting along flno with Mr and Mrs. DeYoung as teachers, Preaching every Sunday by the Rov. tv.VnnnP.mio Klnc's Dauchters of Gray Hawk met last Wednesday with present and had a good tlmo D, -- Mrs. hcad WssaA thru noono, Sunday. Mrs. D. Martin who ha. been quite Coylo I" 8O,n0 bcttcr.-Tal- ltha was visiting relatives near noono Phlllpps of reccntly.-M- rs. Chnrles Breathitt Co.. has been visiting near S. Todd of nockford wns tloono.- -l. ,u - Boone SaturdayValter Wron ... . imgscd thru Boone. Sunday. J. II. . Umbert was visiting relatives at a' few days last week.J W. Miss Mattlo MedlockandMr. Wll- - Nina, sins, to Madl- his Lambert mado a business trip Ho Mcdlock Jcsso Tructt visited evm,, tin K.,n,i,ir. son County, Saturday. A. D. Lcvett i..t by a low had a nlco Jrsey heifer killed Is very Miss Fannv Castcel train on tho crossing near Snider n with typhoid fever. Miss Illll and U' Vhe case! ir frlcnaa in Mauiacn dormitory Is almost complete now and first week It a her home, Tuesday Vov 7th Miss Etta Med- lock to Mr II' L Pope of Laurel Co. fifty attended tho nodding and attor enicyed a very llin . g.ris touny.tno ... I. . I. - Una. . MTB. .MCIVII1 OiniB IB IUIU1 111 vUltlnir wrltlng-Thl- ctnrilAv olrZ .' nnr. -- section nlirlit liv a was sevens : "-- ,- u i .., . HI HUB UIIU WIIU ICII. visited wind day.-Sc- hool Noo , progressing nicely. Hacker and Miss Bach aro very Is . lur ITIBI TIIKIIllll, rir .. T voraS ni!i Iml. WMHI- IW J , J- - to CLAY COUNTY MtmXlNft Ml'IllNOH ,". B Tlio moonBhtn.'rs mend had oeUer quit -- The whiskey nt this placo Is almost a thing of tho past and wo think nftcr tho people mo and Mrs. Robert Hudson is very bick retained to secure tho payment tho great danger of whiskey around tvl)hold f..ver. Miss Bertha Hud- - all tho purchaso money. such a good school as wo havo here, gon who ,ms l)CCn H. C. Rice, M. C. M. C. C. ck Ior tno j,a8t they will help tho revenue men to tor. wccks ,8 Borao COMMISSIONER'S SALE Tliursday with n bunch of cattlo for m tho Richmond .Market -R- evenue Short, Mays, O. II. inimer nnd 0. J. Gentry, captured a moonshine distil-Abolery on tho waters of Sextons Creek. Wes Moore and Rill McQueen wero captured nnd tried Iwforo Judge Rent- - ' ty at Reattyvljlo and held to Rich-- ., ut r,, .,, u of T;. , ..... Saturday. Burning Springs, Nov. 10. Tho vo tcrs of this precinct turned out la full force last Tuesday to support tho O'Rear platform. Universal re- grct Is expressed because of the dc- feat of tho man who could havo dono so much for our state Tho contract- weok, ora are dubj-- inmuuK Elbert Hubbard and Miss Haagen. ESTILL COUNTY Tho latter ono Is of a bungalow sty.o vr.n:usrii.i,i: with all tho conveniences of a Wagorsvlllc, Nov. 13. Wo are havWebb went to dern house.-Lut- her ing somo cvry cold weather at pres Mnnrhester today on business. of Blchmond an-.;.-;. Wm n. Ilomsbv ot McKco came Klrke-... ........ an .u. ... . i in.u. in immn Inst Tuesday to vote. Mr. and vino are visiting ruiaiivi-- .uvru .. . i" B""" mi. iney invuo Havre join In and help them ln tho good Mrs. . Thomas fa.tr.nrT- - of Little u380 I wcok.xhe M88(8 Florence and May ... n hnra ni'fif Skit fl ..1.1.1 ox WPr0 tho njegta of Miss Fan work. Fat hogs, seven dollars p"r iruR ...tu en first snow fell hero Nov. 12th. Born to tho wlfo of John Hughes, a flno boy. Miss Mary Brewer who has been sick for somo time Is sUll very poorly. M. C. Hughes Is visiting his son, Isaac, In Madison Co., this week. J. Spenco has erected a flno bam. William Napier Is erecting a new dwelling. Grant Fryo, tho teacher at this placo, Is visiting among his scholars this Sturgeon, STUItOKO.N. Nov. 13. Tho SinBSPT:r r il LUI P?""." a i nor llllSHH. TlOiaiO'S I '" Irish. 1 (lnll.ir. hav 2 dollars per hund- CO cents, fodder redMiss Lola Bingham was visit- nt w. n. Mctcairs over Satur- day, branding staves for Cincinnati Cooperage Co. ANNVILI.K Annvlllo, Nov. 13. The farmers aro busy gathering corn In thU county and seem to bo very well plsaa;d with tho results of this year's crop, R. E. Rador who Is teaching at Mt. Vernon was homo for tho elec tion and IslU-- hU friends and relatives for a tow days. Mr. and Mrs, W. A. Worthlngton accompanied by Mrs. Worthlngton's Bister, Miss Zwo- - ims u All report a delightful time. Mr. contract of furnishing somo parties and Mrs. Tom Wilson were tho guests n of Oneida with lumber. Ths McDan-i- of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kelley, Saturlei brothers aro doing tho sawing. day night and Sunday. Mrs. Jess Wilson Sandlln and family left last McGeorgo Is sending a few days . lm Thn 10 iuvuiu In tlllnnla j luesuuy ISAACS. with her daughter, Mrs. John Arvln". are havlns b evangelist. S. C. Perry of London, Nov. ll.-- Wo Tho Misses Ella and Maude Park Isaacs, mect-vl- ll There held a very successful series of i.uiti.,1 rolntlvna In Irvine. Saturday lot of cloudy, rainy weather. church. His Sunday.-Le- wls. the lttle son tf bo a debato at Pigeon Roost lngs ln the Holiness by tho Rev. and 3 very Tuesday and Friday nlht. Sub- - work Is now taken up Mr. nnd Mrs. Ambrose Wilson, place. Dr. 'J. ct next Tuesday, Which causes tho j Thomas of tho same on the sick list. Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo, 'most grief war or Intemperance- !- G. Maggard was homo for a few das Ross arc hero from Ohlo.-- Sld Wagers to voto but has re-Mr. McHono. Tho Cltlicn agent. Is In this last week of Rico Station Is tho guest or ins Hydtn-Omidst soliciting subscription- .- sumed his dental work at daughter, Mrs. J. M. Edwards. Will, COMMISSIONERS SALE SALE OF BLUE GRASS FARM aro organizing Dr. King has ploved his mill to J. W. enterprising citlicns Jonah, Sid, and Arch Wagers wero An- - a company to build a trolley line to tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff WaWo wish to call your attention to I)uls Blytho, Plantlff. Davis' boundary of timbers-M- rs. interest has vs tho sale, Saturday, Nov. 18th, ot tho nlo Browcr was tho guest cf Mrs. East Bernstadt. Much Friday of last weok. and ters, W. li. JoneB farm, seven miles Llzxio Flndor, otc Defendants, X.OCB9T nitAKcn Sarah Davis Thursday p. m John D. been manifested ln tho projjet Under nnd by virtue of a Judgment Carroack and Miss Dora Gentry wero thousands of dollars havo been Locust Branch, Nov. It. A series north of Bcrca. three cast of Paint ed. Tho power houso which will bo of meetings were conducted at this Lick. 235 2 acres will bo offered in rendered at tho October term of tho married a few days ago . ... .. iv ma win bo located hero. A run MKin- - two irnriB Ono of tho best farms Madison Circuit Court In tho abov i. lUiy AKCUJUU uus iuuuu Ull uuui.iv. "J o - canning and furniture factory will ,ow n Coi,nty, well watered and well lm- - stylod action, tho undersigned Mas- Martha BaUto his store house-Mrswho ha8 becn y . ' 0 it. . tanilm linn la tcr Commlstloncr ot said Court will a BOmo better at proved. win who has been very bad with be locatcu ncro u iuu un- wth typhoj fcvcr . Stevo ciarKsxon am on Saturday, Nov. 18th, 1911, in front pneumonia Is almost well again. Tbo constructed. vrltlnc. Wo nro having very. 4 head work mules. ot tho Court Houso door In Richmond, In family visited his parent hero this rainy weather In this sectjon. Rev. S head of horses. election passed off very quietly Ky., at 11 o'clock a. m. sell to tho tho genial drum- Jas. Lunsford will fill his regulnr ap woelc Carmack 8 meat hogs, 200 lbs. up. precinct. this highest bidder at public auction th mer wa3 home to vote. Ho vlsltid pointment here. Saturday nnd Su30 light hogs. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY tho schools and was much pleased ndayJohn Collins, who following doscrlbcd property or so 1 stacks of hay. has been slclc thj nil LAN DO much thereof as will produce 150 barrels ot corn. with tho work done. Tho schools will for several days, Is ablo to sit up and dlnmr again. Rob Elliott who has becn In sum ot $3M and tho cost ot this acOrlando, Nov. 11. Most all of tho havo an Household nnd kitchen furniture. tion. farmers ln this vicinity aro very busy Thanksgiving1 day. Illinois, camo homo this week feelSALE COMMISSIONER'S A certain tract or parcel of land Catherine corn. Born to Mr. and 8KXTONHCIti:KK ing very 111. Ely BIcknell and wlfo A. B. SltiDhcr, etc, Plaintiffs, In Madison Co., Ky., on Hays Fork Mrs. Georgo Evans, Nov. 8th, a flno Soxtons Creek. Nov. 11 The Judd wero shopping In Richmond. Wednes vs. of 8llver Creek. boy. His namo Is Jack Lovell. Mother brothers ot Gray Hawk arrived ys- - day. Tho pcoplo of this section havo Beginning at a stono on Hays' old and baby aro doing well. Tho elec- - (tcr(iay wjth their saw mill to cut .i .i , Irish potatoes and report .Milliard Slusher. etc.. Defendants, ....... ,, i jr .i"u w u Juuo...v..k lino now a corner to Joe Glbb', nrr thm vo, tion went ort quicuy at mis piace. hnn election hero passed Collins of salo rendered at tho . tlienco with his lino S. 69 2 E. 119 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Singleton ot autiyi The Republican voto ln this teon wiin nis oroincr wnuo and order at .,rccnft was 100. Dsmocrats about Vi. ho was sick! but has returned homo. October Term of the Mad son Circuit Ilolos to a stono on sldo of Gibbs lino. Snyder wero visiting homo folks .ouu tnis place, aunaay. ansa uzzio uaii , A new arrived at the homo ot -- H. G. BIcknell Is having his corn tourt in u uuu " namo gathered In tho Garrett Hollow. It Is " Is visiting relatives in Mt Vernon, j Campbcll on Oct. 29th. Its "K 1Z ' 60 poles to a wild cherry tree, cornthin week. Saturday and Sunday aro Jg Em0iMBthan Sparks, his son, reported very fine-M- rs. Annie Gen- of er to Mary Whlto; thenco with her of December. 1911. In regular church days nt Maplo Grove. . , d others returned from try who has been sick several days Court House dor n RWimon l lino N. 64 W. 108.4 poles to a stono Ball of Flanagin is vs- - Rlchmond 8tock market, Wednesday. is no better-- Miss Mrs. Jcnnlo Dema Logsdon and tr., 11 n'iinAU n m anil in III A ou lino ot John McIIcnry, thenco with ltlng her parents, Mr. anu Mrs. jbck lFranci8 Roggs who Is visiting Z Nervlo visited Mrs. Fannie Barker.,"'; "fc 7 . . nignesi anu ' uubi umuer ui jiuui... said lino N. 19 E. 40 polos, and up to at this placo. Several people .. cnniB and Sunday. Blck wlth auction tho following boundary of tho beginning comer, containing S254 aro planning to go to Corinth, Sun- - fCVCrTjorn to tho wife ot James LAUREL COUNTY acres. land. day, to attend tho Holiness mcctlni;. Rrlme, boy, about tho 25th ot fln0 VIVA TVirms: Said property will bo sold Beginning at a stako In tho con-to- r G. Clark and Martin Clark wero 0ct n)a nam0 la ucnry. Corn gather- D. Viva, Nov. 12. There was a very of tho Bluo Lick Fork, on a lino on a credit ot six months tlmo, the called to London, tTiuay. uen Alien ,n(, ,g m th0 boom hero. Adeline bad wind storm In this part Nov. to Jeff Robinson," at A, thenco with purchaser bolng required to execute wno siarica to join mo u. o. .iia.jr uurcn wjl0 uaa been staying witn n0 s 9 w gs lK,i0B to a stono bond with approved security or the wock, saylns, Jier g,gtpr at aray nawk ms rcturn-Ther- e 12 doing somo damage. It carried returned homo this tho roof of R. D. Jones' new crib to M. Parker's at 2, thenco purchaser may pay cash- If ho desires. Is no place like homo." W. ed homo gg k. 132 poles to tf sold on time a Hen will be retain over the top of another houso about wltn jlno M. Mason got hia linger cut on ai. VINK 60 yards away, also tho roof of Ed tho Btnko at foot 0( hM, thenco N. 7C ed to secure tho payment of Brick tho Winchester Granite and ;Vine, Nov. 10. On account ot the t Phillip's dwelling .Mrs. liacnei . . UUULVJ. Mlflo t . I. KlnPlA whlto at 4, thenco M purchaso money. n, E 50 ...... ... cum I. .. . ., MHDB , J'lttllb. UL r....l1n. u. mo ley ,g Bt, con,nC(, t0 ncr room wim ic4 to a black gum at H. C. Rico, M. C. M. C. C. to Mt Vernon, wcl reamer Rico n Bpra!nPa nnkIoMrs. Mary Abrams cons.derably.-M- rs. rorncrTt c, thence down Owsley li was ho,. -Pennington , verjr Blck nt thla wr,tc.IIans- BEST BARGAINS BtlU mprovlnK.-Ja- mes Lturday. Fork N, 20 w. 4l pCes, thenco N. Ping in this p aw, made a business trip to Moore a Cre.. ford Tn.imn, was tho guest of C. 47 w 29 poles crossing raid Fork to Best Bargains that have ever been p. Alt . K.ltnr.l.lV. aCCOmtianled by hlS COUJln. n nn.t T W Ontnr.lnv nluht ' nn,.lnd nntl offered In farms, beautiful building R. Houinss Ml88 Jula FerBu8ou. Sho will spend Climax. Nov. lO.-CcrtcrB iogt n nco cow last .,, nnl LIck Fork nt 7, thence up Blue lots, bouses and lots, and first class n. lho noUday8 nt hB home.-M- lss Man- - weok.jIm worth Is not Improving much. Dr. w. 10 iolcs, thenco business lots. We can suit the purMller who has been con- - LIck Kork 8( II. Lewis cal s to seo her every other fly Poun,ngton entertained a largi flnod for BomQ Umo with his cy-- s w, 13 poles, thenco S. 75, W. chaser In almost any kind of properN day.-C-co. Thacker has a 1 lq boy (;rowd of folUgi sunday.-- Ml, fcbo've have been eW ,0 to ,lva but not 0B to aBtako at Water Gap at ty be wants, as the who Is very sick with typhoid fever. dme, VWUy,jonft who (eii nnd hurt da,..Lw, stavo mill . n m. SO. W. 106 poles to a carefully selected in the most desirConMeton's -, uo jones wn u. going about ,g Uolng flno work at thla place. We Mnisclf vory ba(1,y( parts of the town. ne, at 11. thenco S able Btako on oW nuw iu acres " . oiminW u. IVnnlneton of Mourns . 7fi. W. 146 poles to a whlto oak at can sell you a farm of a few fl. lug sold mortgaged property. Mr. small amount ot Cr(Jok vlsted roiutlves of th's plac, 12, thonco 8. id, E. 34 poles, thenco near town for a Illll T PI iu .... WOQl,Mr. and Mn. How 1 C . yd i York is uuuuing a now emmuey TB 62 ipolca to tho beginning, contain- - money, or, anything from thla up to lasi Rev . Bal Dreyfus, Nov. IL-- Tho Frank Baker has t bis UwelllDg.-M- r8. of an cU,lt a first dais Blue Grass farm. or less, I. Mononm preached a the Chris- been sick for several day..-- W. Si0tjs. SahlTand will be sold on a If you have any notion of becomurley and dauSh- d Uoy.AUc0 Pucknlght-- Ld Jonis of Wlldle la proraring to build t ng rolaUvPg near tlan church, Sunday 1 are .i n,nnih. time. ing Interested In a beautiful location are noV D9;ca.M'rB. mrV.y ot a now barn. Tho u t Is homo from lulred to exe- - at, or noar Berea, It will certainly be proud TZ'nurchaser SsSo each payable to your Interest to call and see or gatherlng corn. They f'nd It short , ?wo naV0 ot thla ,llaM Mrs. Thomas nor of n ond som. rotting badly, but wo think IK)or)y.Mr. Campboll Prents of a vfl .Aeh to the commissioner for tho benefit wrlto to homo. Her name Is OpaU-- Mr. ( It U turning out better than most Wyatt and Cornelius, bouso vacated ,ed , part ot ot mo two iuiu. craft of Irvlno has bought lwoplo thought It wou d. Our debat- - CbaS- - C,ark- D. Real Estate Rooms No. 1, 2 and 10. two equal amounts payable to A Mr. James Lunsford'. farm, for 11,500. nicely at. t n ere Berea Bank and Trust Co., Building, bearing 6 OWSLEY COUNTY Mr. Achcraft w... move In about two Wednesday night. paid wiui lion Berea, Ky. - months.-T- ho Mr. from date of salo llttlo daughter of -- Mr. and Mrs. Simpson Keen and Tho pupils of Splvy School, Dlvlen mniB t,t rt un . a n .w v. IVUU. uu.n unu .pok. t. u. .Mcuanii'i . liui entertained a party Saturday night. 1 -- - i ur Bcrca Bank nnd Trust Co., Plaintiff PAINT l.ICK. vs. Paint Lick, Nov. 12. Mrs. Jno. Wy-llSr.. who has been hick so Ions K. (J. Blazer, etc., Defendants. Under nnd by vlrtuo of a Judgment Saturday, Nov. 1 1th. She leavi-n nu8bandt two histcra nlld n host tf and order of salo rendorrd at tho rt,t.mU to mourn hcr oM, BUo wis October term of tho Madison Circuit al)0Ut ycan ot ng0 Tho remains Court In tho nbovo styled nctlon, tho undersigned Master Commissioner of ttCr0 ,al(, ,0 rC3t m Ul0 Mnng0 ctcry ,aat Sunjay.u0y Hudson of said Court will on Monday tho 1th day of Dec., 1911, at 11 o'clock a. 111. Urt,yfua wa ln this neighborhood ,Ml wCck cn uu9nCgg,Mr8t Halcomb In front on tho Court Houso door In ,a g,ck Rt thl8 wrmnB.Mrs. Fannto lllchinond, Ky., sell to tho highest Urockmaii nnd children visited In this and liest bidder at public auction tho following described property or to vicinity last week. tho much thereof as will produce sum of I3S0.T2 and tho cost of till action: Continued from I'lt.l Pf e A certain houso nnd lot In Berea, makes tho trip from Chicago to Now Madison County, Ky., on tho South ork In IS nours. sldo of Canter Street, and being tho How big tho world Is, and how East half of lot No. 2, In Elder addimany pt'oplo there nro In It. Is It tion, and bounded on the north by ,, , there Contor Street, on tho East by Mrs. ,.m1(,r King's, on tho nouth by Ambrosonlloy caro of us all at least as good care and on tho west by Robret Royston's ns wo will allow? fronting T.0 feet on Center Strtct and With good wishes to all Berea. running back 200 feet. Wm. Goodoll Frost. Terms: Said property will bo sold on a credit of six months tlmo or Cautious In His Answer. purchaser may pay caxh If d?slred. Uncle Gcorgo Snow, an old nnt If sold on tlmo tho purchaser will bo bcllum negro, was gtvlnR testimony execute bonds with apcounsel asked Undo Gnrgo required to The Creek proved wcurlty bearing C per cent Souchatouchco which sldo of Interest from dnto of salo until paid DO 1ITCU OQ, lO V.U1CI1 liu IOIM1U4. wnicn siuo oi uie crcc uo n un, with a lien retained to secure paybossT" "Yes." "Gwlno up or down ment ot same. lhe crefk H. O. Rice, M. C. M. C. C. o. GARRARD COUNTY letterromIresTfrost ur pledi;-nutct- ly . , teaThe Mr.Tr, ... wrmra ,.., i..,tnn unucuu t- ZT ..V rela-Bak- cr - -,- s Tony 2 S5 Il-n- ry " I ... Mrs. ,ln I 1 u. exlM J I pplo 1Mn . l"1;- .!'.,....., iarumX pj