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The Citizen BENE A, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 23, 1011 Knowledge It power and the way to keep op with modern knowledge li to read a good newspaper. Vol. XIII. Fire cents Ono Dollar a year. If m No. 21 n GOOD SHOES GOOD SERVICE OnceNyou get an idea of DOUGLAS SHOES quality and service we - confidently count on your return for more. DOUGLAS SHOES ore better because they are better made. There is polish and refinement to them. When a customer wants real character in his shoes it is a satisfaction to show him DOUGLAS SHOES. We have opened up our fall line and have them in all the newest styles. COURTESY AND KINDNESS IEGIN AT HOME Thoso who know us best ought to have tho greatest reason to respect us nnd lovo us. This is as much as to say t lint waoughttowear well. Familiarity ought neither to breed contempt nor cist the slight-es- t shadow upon our virtues or graces, Our courtesy, our kindness, our gentleness, our helpfulness, our goodness ought to issue from an unfailing fountain and be constant in their flow. Then it would bo ns it should bo thoso that aro most constantly nnd for the longest time with us and not the chance ncqunintanco would bo the greatest belief icinrics of our graces. But is it not ofton otherwise ? Wo hnve known children who always had a hoatty wolcomo for tho family guest because of the feast which was n sure accompaniment, but wo have known others whoso wolcomo sprang from a quite different motive father and mother, older brothers nnd sisters were gentler, kinder and more considerate when the guest tho strnnger was In the home. We have heard a young man toll of how in his boyhood home where, to say tho leant, there was no excess of harmony and good will, he liked to have the circuit rider stop and slay overnight. Ho had tho effect of quieting the discordant notes. The family would put its best food foremost nnd the boy found rest. To kill the fatted calf may be tho thing to do, for it is allowable thnt the bill of faro Uncinate. The larder .might not bo able to stand nconstnnt feast. But farotherwitie with that that gives relish to the feast the grHces of manner and sjiirit. These are dependent upon constnncy of usage. They cau not be worn with ease if worn UtiNir, TUililU itMil mmrnj frtWi tttt kuk I. U ntrtaxlr caatkM. wm Wk UUtf btW V itW. nt B r mmtwIm, Mtifr im until ink i(t rM.i m twt a r..r ckck h4 t I H U Small Accounts There are many persons in this county who feel, possibly, that their business does not warrant the keeping of a bank account, but who would, in reality, be greatly benefitted thereby. This is a mistaken idea. A bank account is valuable to every person who transacts business. You are enabled to keep your money where it is safe yet it is available in part or whole at any time. You can pay all bills by ch:ck. This gives you a receipt for every dollar paid, for all checks are returned to you after having been paid by your bank. The fact that you possess a bank account gives you a better standing among business men and enables you to establish a credit with your bank when you have need of it. We welcome small accounts at this bank. , Berea Bank & Trust Co. ANDREW ISAACS, Pres. J. W. STEPHENS, JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier. Vice-Pres. intermittently. , "The choicest garb, tho sweetest grace, Aro oft to strangers shown; Tho careless mien, the frowning face, Are given to our own. Wo flatter those we scarcely know, STATENEWS Committee BusyEx-stav- e OFJE WEEK R. R. COYLE FARMERS' INSTITUTE LETTER FROM PRES. FROST We please the fleeting guest, And deal full many n thoughtless blow To those who love us best." on Redisricting Gets Pres't Taft Recovers From Cold-Cr- isis In Chinese Revolution Leaves Fortune to An Qov. Wlllson Explains Charity Assassination Severe Earthquake .. .ii In Europe New Railroad Route to a I upal biivii j i wbdiiii Gulf. for the Inauguration of McCreary. Two Days' Program of Great Interest Karniors Institute Is announced for tho Coltogo Chapel, Berea, Nov. JSth and 29U. An Interesting program baa been aranged with speakers from the Stato Agricultural Corps, Including Commissioner Rankin, members of tho Faculty of the Stato University, the Eastern Kentucky Normal School and the Faculty of Do re a. Everybody Interested In Agriculture In Derca and vicinity Is Invited to bo pressnt. The new silo and Dairy Barn will bo open for Inspection. Prof. Smith of Richmond will glvo a Bt?rcoptlcon lecture, subject "Luther Burbank, tho Oreat Farmer." A Things Seen In the East Cen- tury Limited" train. That was my fastest day; I bad breakfast In Milwaukee, lunch In Chicago, supper on tho train near Cleveland, and breakfast next day on tho train aa It was speeding down the Ifudson river near New York. Dear Friends In Here: I wrote you last on tho "20th Tuesday night. Trot, Goo. Roberts, of Kentucky Stato University, Dept. of Agriculture, lias Just written that ho wltl bo present on Tuesday morning, Nov. 28th, and will a hirers tho Farmers Institute. Tho addition of Prof. Ilobcrts to tho list cf speakers for this occasion, which promises to bo tho best Farmers Institute Berea lias over had, a viry Interesting and helpful 1 nu. Tho program follows: TUFSOAY. NOV. 28 Morning Session 9:00 0:10 Dcotlonal Exercises. At 'rers of Welcome Presi- dent Frost 9:20 I'urposo of thi Institute 11. . Soc'y Ilcrea College. W. Carl Kirk 9:2.'. Stock Assistant Commissioner of Agriculture 10:00 llecrentlon. 10:10 Atdrers I'rof. o. Roberts, Kentucky S'nto University. Mr. Kane Stato 11; 00 Hlren Agricultural Corps. Men-tonFe-d'- ng O-- Af'rrn"on Seloi Dls-u'sl- nn Led Hound Tnbln by Prof. F. O. Clark. Korea College Comim fl ilshth I'afcl v.IO CONTENTS UF TnTTlSSUE PAUJO FlUST Editorials. Newa of Week. In Our Uwu dlate. Dr. Barton and 1 took a room at the Manhattan Hotel, on the nth floor with one windowMobkln'g' south., Since I was thero last several tall buildings have boon erected, which somewhat Interrupt tho view. Hero wo met President Main of Grlnncll College, Iowa, which I had visited two weeks ago. President King of Oberlln who had come on to attend tho annual meeting of tho Carneglo Foundation, nnd two other college presidents. My business was to attend tho meet ing of tho Trustees of B?rca Colleen; U t mo tell you about them. They servo without pay, giving their tlmo nnd wisdom to tho Interests of tho Institution, and soma of them contributing considerable sums of money. Dr. Ilnrton, who Is a grndunto of Uorea, and who comes back onto or twice ocry year, you alt know, though yoi may not rcnllza how great a man ho Is In the world outsldo of Derca. Ills church nt Oak Park numbers mora tlian 1000 mombers, and his sermons and writings nro known and prised from Boston to San Francisco. Our oldest trusteo In New York is J. Cleveland Cndy, a grnduato of Trinity Collcgo, which gavo him tho honorary degrco of doctor of laws(LU V.) tin years ago. Ho Is known In Uervn liv his architectural nlnnx for tho I.lli- rary nnd IVarsons Hall nnd the Prcsl- llouso, nnd tho Boono Tavern, Ho la an elder In tho Brick church, Superintendent of tho Cdnvcnant Sunday School, and connected with very many religious, and charltaulo nnd literary enterprises of New York. It was by his kindness that wo met In tho rooms of tho Aldlno Club. Tho other Now York trustees aro Fanner's Institute. Letter from Pres. Frost. rifcXUND 1'AUE. General Newa. Marketa. Tuuipurauce. TH1IID PAOB Kontucky News. Sermon Puro Ideals would Ellmln- ato Divorce. Corner for tho Llttlo Chaps. THANKSGIVING "Save the Difference." li REDISTRICTINQ COMMITTEE TAFT SUFFERS SEVERE COLD President Taft has almost recoverA mooting of the State Legislative THE WORST KIND OF MORTGAGE Redisricting Committee, appointed ed from the sovcro cold which caussomo tlmo ago by Gov. Wlllson, is ed tho cancelling of a speech and soon to be held In Louisville. Geo. A. which was feared would develop inIs it not a disheartening thing to go through life under the harWilson, chairman of the committee, to pneumonia. row of debt, struggling to get release under circumstances that give saya tho meeting will be a very lm- - i CRISIS HANGS ABOUT RANKING no hope of relief f Is it not unfortunate to feel that we can never lift portant one as tho various iubcom- the mortgage from the home, that in spite of all our efforts it must ' Interest In China ia now centered nilttces which have been actively around Nanking where victory may Anally be sold over the heads of those dearer to us than life itself ? engaged will submit a full report But all this is nothing compared with the mortgage of vice upon the mean either tho end of the Manchu character which blights the life. It la expected that the action of dynasty or a serious set back to the tho comralttco will hare great weight revolutionary cause. Rebel forces Many a man has died without being able to lift the mortgage from bis home, yet has been a real success, for be kept bin manhood with the next General Assembly in the city evidently Intending to clean, his integerity unstained, and, although he left no material redlstricttng tho state. Jt ia almost annihilate tho government forces. too good to bo oxpectod that anything wealth, he bad enriched the lives of all who knew him. Various reports come from differIn tho way of relief will be forth- ent sections. According to an unoffiThe nicotine mortgage upon your vitality, the alcohol mortgage which hardens your nerve fibre, benumbs the brain cells, paralyzes coming when nothing was aaid of cial statement tho rebel army suffer the power to achieve, and makes you a slave Instead of a king, are tho matter in tho platform. ed a crushing defeat at Hangkow, No. encumbrances compared with which the mere mortgage upon your Abuiuisu suavu on n&HKi cuk? jgu,. A massacre of missionaries is home is a blessing. LEAVES FORTUNE reported to have occurred after tho Investigation! made bV jresMcapturo. of Hsiaafer. in tho provlaaa of If you are mortgaged to the cigarette habit which demoralizes your ambition, poisons your blood, beutimbs your nerves and vitiates members, of tho Clay family disclose shen-8h- l. A reign or terror is swee;i-u- o your aim; If you have a whisky mortgage, an immorality mortgage connection between any of Henry jng southern China where robbers on your character which you have been trying for years to lift, this is Clay's slaves and Ann Maria Fisher, j)l(cct the country and people aro infinitely worse than your chattel mortgage or wealthy colored woman, who recently exocuted by the hundred. mortgage. The mortgage on your home may not touch your real self. In spite died in New York, ana wno was said ANOTHER ROUTE TO GULF of it you may b a man, respected, looked up to, admired. If your to havo been a slave of the "Great Arrangements havo been mado belife has beeif clean, you may have made every acre of land in your vi$70,000 Commoner." Her fortune of tween tho Frisco aud Louisville nnd cinity worth more. But if your character is mortgaged to a demoraliwas bequeathed chiefly to phllantbro- N.'ishvlllo Interests so tr.atvby their zing habit; if you are the victim of a degrading vice that holds you phy, bcquost8 being mado to Hampton cooperation and tho Joint condown, cripples your advance, this is a thousand times worse. It los. and Tuskcgoo Institutes, also to other trol of tho Now Orleans, Mobile and es you not only your respect, but also the respect of those who know. organizations for tho colored people. Chlrngo lino, a new route, thru the Orison Suelt Martlen in "Succestt Magazine.'' GOVERNOR MAKES HIMSELF I.Msslssippl valley, will bo opened up CLEAR i mm tho ureal l&kcs to mo uuit Thero socnia to be somo misunder- port. Harvey E. Flsk, tho well known fin- burdened that I could not enjoy tho standing In tho caso of certain parTho only construction n"ys3ar ancier, a grnduato of Princeton, Rev. beautiful and Interesting things that ties aa to the impression Governor will ba tho building of a short out Percy S. Grant, D, D., of tho church aro to bo seen thero. j Wlllson glvo in his reIntended to oft from" Boaumont, Miss..' to the of tho Ascension, and John It. RogNew York is now tho foremost cent address at Louisville. N at a point east of Now ers, our graduate, and tho Inventor of city of tho world, and it is made up of I Tho Governor's idea was to show li and vo Orleans. This lino will enter Into tho Rogers all kinds of peoplo. It contains many that tho legislative branch of tho machlno. Mr. competition with tho Illinois grow up in Uerca and remembers tho of tho best and somo of tho worst. government of most of our states Central lines which now have a monomob which drovo tho Uerca peoplo All languages aro spoken there. I jj has failed to moct tho hopes of tho poly of tho trade from Chicago to Nciw out of tho stato In 1859. ww nowspancrs on tho street cars foundors of our government In that Orleans. From Cincinnati camo Hon. Guy V printed In Gorman, Italian, Greek and tho best men aro not chossn and PRESIDENT OF SANTO DOMINj In tho unwillingness of tho best men Mallon, who Is also a rcgont of Ohio Hebrew. GO ASSASSINATED My first visit waa In 18C2 when I to act as representatives. Stato University. From Louisville, or Ramon Cacorcs, president of Santo Ho says that while making tho Lincoln, camo Dr. Thora- - wna only eight years old. Thero wero rather from son. From Boston camo H. A. Wildor, then no telephones, tho street cars address ho bad in mind nono of thoso Domingo, was assassinated, Nov. 19, who Is ono of the directors o! wero drawn by hcrscs, and tho women elected to tho present Assembly hut by political malcontents or a private tho American Board of Coinmttslonrrs noro hoop skirts that made their tcgarded tho representatives of both enemy. Serious complications may for Foreign Missions, and Rev. II. gowns stand out two .or threo feet parties as among tho best tho stato nrlso It ambitious politicians silM S. Johnson, D. D Boston's great all around. That was In "war tlmo" has ever had. Ho hopes tho new Geu- - upon tho present disturbed condition Baptist preacher, whoso sermon to Bq- - and paper money waa depreciated. 1 oral Assembly will mako a magnlfi-dont'- s of tho country to further their own rea graduatos in 1910 Is well rcmem- - sold a gold dollar which somo ono had cont record for good legislation and ends. Tho cabinet will dlschargo the, du' given mo for $2.50. good government for tho stato. v bored. ties of tho president till nnothcr can I bad no tlmo for any stay in Now I was thero again In 1878, and, of NEW CAPITOL'S FIRST INAUbo elected. York, but managed to call upon Miss courso, nil tho fashions had changed. GURAL EARTHQUAKE IN CENTRAL-EUROPcharqo having Murray nnd threo or four of Berea's 1 was a young man recently out of Tho commltteo Bpcclal friends, and I really felt j college. I then saw tho beautiful of tho arrangements for tho InauguraA sovcro earthquako effected a nioro at leisure than on any visit status of Wm. II. Seward, and climb-t- o tion of Gov. McCreary had a contho great city for many years. ! ed tho stceplo of Trinity church. ference with him, Friday. Governor wide area In Central Europe, Nov. 17. Among tho historic buildings damag(Continued on fifth (Continued on Tg lrt) Usually I havo boon so busy and so I ed was tho famous castle of Hohen-rolleQuito a panic was caused la tho theatre at Heidelberg. It Is also reported that a rather cur-rou, real-estate ae-titypo-scttin- g ' I r) n. 'Continued on eighth Page) PRES. FROST ADDRESSES TEACHERS MANY rUUllTU Locals. Dodgo. PAUM Farewell Rocoptlon to Prof, and Mrs.' PAGE FIVE Intenslvo Farming. Dofoat of tho Oradc h Bchool. , , Library Notes. Tho Now College Dqll j, ' t . ( ( ", Is now at hand and we should be thankful for large and small blessings. Some of us have turkey and some of us must seek other things for our thanks. But all of us can-fin- d a place in Berea that makes ever'body happy. It's found in the weight, quality and prices at the home of ! . . MX I H l'AOBlt New Story Mile Bt&ndlsh. 8. S. Lesson. SEVENTH PAOB Farm and Garden Notes.'' '' A letter from Dr. Lyman of the Stato Normal Collcgo to Prof. Cal-festates that President Frost in oddrosslrg tho 8,288 teachers at the great Michigan Teachers' Institute mado tho hit of tho meeting. He was even called back to tho platform after ho had left. Dr. Lyman regrets that he bad so little time to spend with Dr. Frost. However, ho secured a placo for htm to preach on Sunday and roporti that tho congregation waa carried away with tho sermon. o, ', ' "' tniivrt " 11 Poultry llouso Construction. ElUliTHPAUB!,J ' h'ibi'-4- ' Eastern Kentuoi.y Qov. Wlllson's Proclamation. i ll'lillji ' li WELCH'S ' REVIVAL SERVICES Revival services are being conducted this week in the M. E. Church, beginning at 7:00 each evening, A cordial Invitation is extended to ail.. A I" t r; VVUUU, 1'BJSLUr. 4 k . , 1 Page Two. THE CITIZEN. DUAKESHAKESGIT1ES Ky. AND CASTLE HOHENZOLLERN OTHER PLACES IN EUROPE DAMAGED BY TREMORS. November 23, 1911 The Citizen A family PUTTING IT OVER HIS REYE S AR R EST DISCUSSED BY DETENTION UNITED STATES' OFFICIAL. HAVELOCK IN newspaper for all that la right true and interesting. every Thurviay TPubtlofced at Brr. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. I. (Incorporated) P. Faulkner, Editor ana Manager. PEOPLE ARE PANIC-STRICKE- N Secretary Knox Declares That Gov ernment Is Determined to Stamp Out Revolutionary Activities. Washington. Tbe arrest of (Sen. Bernardo Reyes by United 8tates authorities at San Antonio for violation of tbe neutrality laws Is exactly In line with the policy of this government to stamp out revolutionary activities against Mexico In United States territory, according to Secretary ot State Knox. "The arrest of Gen. Reyes was not requested by the Mexican government." said Secretary Knox. "Tho policy or this government has not changed one Iota since the Inauguration ot Madcro as president follow tig tbe revolution he led. "So far as the United States Is concerned, the situation Is Identical with that existing last spring when agents were being arrested fur violating the neutrality laws." MORGAN-SCATTER- GRAPHIC STORY Subscription Rates One BIX Month Thro Month! .. n rw FAYABL-- IN ADVANCE. J1.C4 a Stampeded VioTheater Audience lent Earth Shccics, Followed by Several Lesser Ones Spread Alarm Among Folks on Mountain Sides. Berlin, Germany. An earthquake which waa felt over a wide area ot Oencral Sir Henry Tells of Generous Deeds of Soldiers Who Were Without Alcoholic Drink. Tho following extract, which Is taken from the "Narratlvo of the War In Afghanistan," by General Sir Henry Havclock, that gallant and gtorloas soldier of whom one of bis contemporaries said that ho wns "ovcry Inch n soldier nnd every Inch a Christian." nnd enprovides very comforting couraging rending to those wbo have read tho excesses of British nnd other troops of war In the old drinking day beforo tha Army Temperance association waa existent or even thought of. Send mtw.f by Poi-or Express Money Order, Draft, ReglMend Letter, or one and two cent Th date after your uma on label cw, to what date your utmcrttlni li pJd. If it U not chawd wtthtn tare wveki after renewal notify ua. UmMr.t numb-- n will b gladly supplied L? w are notified. Fin premiums cheap, wttii new uid prompt renewal. Send foi Premium List Liberal terra rtren to any or whs ob-tnew subscription tor us. Anr on Mndlinc n four yearly autcrlptlon can receirv Tbe Cttlxen free for nimaelf far oct year. Advertising rot on appMcatton. Ja ! XTEUBCR Of KOmJCKT PRESS ASSOCIATION. ..n fceireis bas married an acrobat :Maklng him "Jump through tbould be simple. Ed lion li to win a Nobel prize He will probably teach It to talk In a week. Women should at leait refrain from wearing the hoopsklrt and the hobble at the same time Blessed be the man who tinkers with an obstinate furnace and blasphemes not. While the boy emperor of China Is busy learning history bis subjects are quite ac busy making It Daylight wireless records hare been broken. Can the wireless find Its war borne better In the dark? "Never fear water. In any form." says a beauty, writer. 'Still men have been killed by a falling Icicle. Thus, far we bare been unable to determine whether the Chinese republic Is a reality or a pipe dream. "The very latest In the Intuitive Nothing new; It's the old kind .that often gets a fellow into trouble. central Europe, damaged tbe caatle of Hobenzollern, on the steep Zollenbeg, Statues near Hecbicgen. Prussia. on tbe beautiful structure were and great cracks appeared to the towers. In Eblngen, In tbe kingdom ot tbe entire populace fled to an open field at the first shock and spent tbe nlgbt In a state of terror. At Constance. In tbe grand duchy of Baden, a colossal statue of'Qermanla tumbled from tbe top ot tbe post office building Into tbe street and tbe sptre ot tbe cathedral fell Into the church ' yard. Several buildings were cracked in Frankfort, where tbe residents rushed A railInto tbe streets way viaduct collapsed near Laublln-geand a panic took place In tbe theater at Heidelberg. St. Stephen's church was one of several buildings damaged at Malbausen, Severe tremors were also felt at Strassburg, Munich and Mayence. and" less violent shocks are reported from Vienna. Austria. Berne. A Tlolent earth tremor, vibrating from north to south, was felt throughout Switzerland, the strongest bocks-bein- g felt at Derne and Zurich In tbe Alps range and tbe Interlakea district Sharp shocks were also felt at Geneva and Chamounlx, the vibrations sending great avalanches rushing down Mount Blanc. No loss of life was caused, but the resldenta of the affected area were Tbey rushed from their bouses and the theaters and remained In the streets all night. Many fainted from fear. Much damage to property waa caused and several tree cars were derailed at Geneva. Wur-temberpanic-stricken Alsace-Lorrainpanic-stricke- Commenting on tbe forbearance ol tho troop at the taking of Ohuz In 1839, Sir Henry wrote: "Though Ohuznee was carried by MONEY Con- When He Falls in Church With tribution Plate. HAS TRUST ROOSEVELT TAKES REMEDY IS8UE WITH TAFT ON ADMINISTRATION COMBINE POLICY. SAYS HE WAS NOT MISLED Former President Denies That Thar Was Deception In Tennessee Coal Merger Asserts Present Law la Useless. Anti-Trust kiss.'" A Connecticut woman Is said in have read the Bible through sixty 'times. Hut did sbn love her neighbors? Statisticians tell us that there Is a birth In New York every four minutesbut not In the vicinity of Fllta avenue. It Is predicted that Chicago will roon lead the world In the production French bulldogs. It Is New York's rrxt move. d A New York woman Is being sued for JIO worth of monogrammed cigarettes. If they smoke 'em they ought to pay for 'em. Last year Russia exported 2.338.000- ergs It Is evident that the Rns clan ben doesn't spend her time studying explosives. 000 A man In New York has brought suit for damages for breach of promise of marrlsge Some men would do anything rather than work. 5 Prof. Lowell's new canal on Mars Is a thousand miles long. Provided, of rourre. that he has not made a mis tike In the measurement. " An Atlantic City clergyman tells us that hobble skirts nre worse than No sensible Oulte true beer man ever wears a bobble skirt. Vaccination for typbold Is doubtless all right, but at the same time It Is Just as well to continue to swat the fly and to refrain from drinking taint ed water. Severe criticism of the policy of the present administration is made by Theodore Roosevelt In an editorial In FEAR ANOTHER MEXICAN WAR the Outlook. He advocates complete governmental supervision ot Industrial corporations as a remedy for tbe evils Danger of Uprising Prevents Recall of business combines. or united State Troops From Before taking up bis general theme Border Lin. Mr. Roosevelt pauses to deny that the Washington. Danger of another representative of the Steel corpora and formidable revolu- tion aisled him while he waa presiw tionary movement In Mexico has dent. Returning to the main subject, air caused tbe suspension of the return to their borne stations of tbe Ainerl Roosevelt continued: can troops sent Into tbe border coun "To attempt to meet tbe whose prob lem, not by administrative govern try during the Madera revolution. The attitude of tbe United States Is mental action but by a succession of one of apprehension of further trou lawsuits. Is hopeless from the stand ble, against which every precaution point of working out a permanently la to be taken to Insure tbe strictest satisfactory solution. Moreover, tbe results sought to be achieved are neutrality. of achieved only In extremely Insufficient Auatln, Tex. Two companies Texas Rangers Here ordered to tbe and fragmentary measure by breaking border, with Instructions to prevent up all big corporations, whether they any activity la Texas toward start- hare behaved well or 111, Into a numing a revolution in Mexico. ber ot little corporations, wblcb It Is These movements were made after perfectly certain will be largely and a conference between Governor Col perhaps altogether under tbe same qultt and Ranger Captain Hughes, control. who claims to have evidence that part "Such action Is barsh and mischiev of the preparations for a Mexican ous If tbe corporation Is guilty of revolution are under way In this state. nothing except Its size; and where, as Mexico City. Preparations are be In tbe case of the Standard Oil, and ing mado by tbe Madero admlnlutra especially tbe tobacco trust, the .cor Hon to meet a possible revolutionary poratlon baa been guilty of Immoral movement In the north. In aplto of and antisocial practices, there Is need declarations made by the president for far more drastic and thoroughgothat General Reyes could not com ing action than tany that baa been mand a formidable following, tbe war taken under the recent decree of tbe department has ordered tbe force of Supreme court Gen. Juvenclo Rebles, 1,000 men ot all "In the case of tne tobacco trust, to for Instance, the settlement In tbe cirarms, to proceed from Torreon Lampaseos, In Nuevo Leon. Likewise cuit court. In which tbe representatbe ninth batlalllon Is being moved tives of tbe government seem Inclined from Rosales, Chihuahua, to Monterey. to concur, practically leaves all of tbe guns left here companies still substantially under A battery of rapid-firfor tbe latter capital, tbe control of 29 original defendants A report Is current that Reyes' bad Sucb a result Is lamentable from the negotiated a loan of 16,000,000 pesos standpoint of Justice. Tbe decision 08.000,000 gold) In San Antonio to of the circuit court. If allowed to finance a new revolution. stand, means that tbe tobacco trust trust dismemberment New York. WALSH'S WIDOW GIVEN has merely been obliged to change Its clothes and that none of the real ALL offenders have received any real pun- Postal savings banks of be country already contain four million dollars For purposes of safety thcr are better than the old stocking with a hole In the toe. Dr. Eliot says that a classical education helps a man to solve every problem of life, and yet In spite of tbe classical educations that abound what a lot of problems solved! still, remain un- Chinese revolutionists want a republic, but we fear the time will not be ripe until Chinese spelling la simplified. Think of trying to mark a Chinese ballot! A New Yorker beard other day and laughed himself to death, but It Is not likely that Joke-ster-s will be arrested for caxryln-- j concealed weapons. a Joke the ishment. Late Banker's Will Filed for Probate "Surely miscarriage of Justice Is not Disposes of Estate Valued too strong a term to apply to sucb s at 9800,000. result when considered In connection with what tbe Supreme court said of Chicago. The will of John R. Ibis trust" Walsh was filed for probate. The entire estate Is left to tbe widow, Mrs. Mary L. Walsh, who Is named as RICHES0N PLEADS NOT GUILTY tbe sole executrix. The estate consists of $800,000 In stocks and bonds Trial of Preacher Accused of Slaying and a single parcel of real estate, tbe Avla Llnnell Is Set for homestead. January 15 Hair of the 8800.000 In stocks and bonds now is In tbe possession of the Boston. Rev. Ciarewe V. T. Rlche-toestate; the rest Is pledged as security will be placed on trial January 15, for a loan, but will be redeemed In 1912, on the charge of murdering Mlas full. Arts LInncll. This date was set when The will was made by tbe banker Rlcbeson was arraigned. Oct. 23, 1909. eighteen days after bis Without emotion and In a clear conviction on a charge of violating tbe1 preacher pleaded banking laws had been affirmed by the voice tbe was then returned to "not guilty." He tbe United 8tates circuit court of appeals. Charles street Jail to await the trial. n New York. J. Plerpont Morgan tripped In church and, falling to the floor, spilled the contribution plate, NAME YUAN PREMIER which was piled high with money. Tbe banker was uninjured. Mr. MorREFORMER8 ABDICA gan, who Is, senior warden ot St. DEMAND George's Protestant Episcopal church, TION OF CHINESE THRONE. was about to pass tbe plato to Bishop U. 8. Troops Stationed at Manila to Greer for the offertory benediction when he stubbed his toe over a misCo to Chlnwlngtao Within placed new cushion on tbe floor Just 'Reach of Pekln. behind the chancel rail and fell on his uous liquors had been discovered In hands and knees. Peking. Nanking baa been cap the Afghan depots. Since, then. It has tured by the revolutionists, accordbeen proved that the troops can make FEDERATION AT WORK. ing to dispatches received here. forced marches of 40 miles, and The fall ot tbe city marks tbe end Labor Delegates Will Probably See storm a fortress In 25 minutes withof one of tbe most desperately fought out the aid of rum, behaving after Beginning of Fight Against battles of tbe war, lasting ten days. success with a forbearance and huGompers. Following two days and nights of mas manity unparalleled In history, let It sacre In which 2,000 Manchus and Chi Atlanta. Oc Tbo American Fedcr-atlo- not henceforth be aigued that distilled nese were butchered, tbe loyal troops, of Labor has got down to tbo spirits are nn Indispensable portion or firmly Intrenched In Purple Hill, real work ot tbo annual convention, a soldiers' ration." fought off the rebels. Several at- now In seslon here. Several of the This sane deduction of an expertempts to dislodge the Imperial garri more important nro ready ienced leader of troops In Is sons were repulsed with heavy losa of to report. One committees Jurisdic- quite In keeping with tbe the field or findings of the first Ufa. tional contests to coma before tbe fed- tbo present day, which amply witness Yuan Shi Kal has accepted the eration will be the electrical workers' the truth that troops right better, conpremiership. Tbe Official Gazette tight ot several years' standing. Tbe march better, endkre better, and are tained an expreaalon ot thanks from Reld faction, which claims about 85 healthier, happier, and stronger withYuan Shi Kal to the throne for bis per workers ot out alchollc beverages. appointment, but tbe truth Is that the cent of the electrical against the country, is fighting be did not undertake tbe task without recognition by the convention of tbe receiving guarantees that be would McNuIty faction. It is declared that BEER HABIT SHORTENS LIFE have practically a free band In conthe Socialist delegates will tako adducting affairs while be retained his vantage of this opportunity of start- No Man Who Drinks Much of th official position. Malt Beverage Is th Equal of development la ing their fight against President GomAnother Important the Man Who Lets It Alone. ot an pers, the present regime, on tbo floor the capital was the Issuance formerly ot tbe convention. edict ordering Dr, 8. S. Iingren. one of tbe lead-n- g viceroy of Manchuria, to aaaume homeopathic physicians and surNAVY COMMANDER DIE8 IN NEW command at Jehol. where the sumgeons In tho country, wbo has been YORK. mer residence of tbe emperor la situpracticing In Toledo for a quarter ot ated In place of the Tartar "Ileer drinking Now York. Commander Edward a century, says: general. shortens life. Physicians decide Washington. The atate department Llnxee Amory. U. 8. N. (retired), died the heart's action la Increaaed 13 tbst per has virtually decided to send a regi- In his apartment in the St. Regis ho- cent In Its effort to throw off alcoot troops from Manila to Chln- tel from asthma. Commander Amorv, holic ment stimulants Introduced Into the wlngtao, a seaport In China, about who was in his 67th year, was a nad 260 miles from Peking on tbe Gulf or tive of Boston, entered tho nnval serv- circulation. The reault la easily out Tho natural pulse Is, say, ice Oct. 1, 1862, and was retired on FecbllL 76 per minute. Multiply this by six-tTbe purpose Is to perform an Inter- June 29, 1SS5. number of minutes In an hour, nnd national duty under tbe Boxer treaty PRESIDENT TAFT HAS A COLD. by 24 for tbe hours of tbe day. and In keeping open tbe line of communiadd 12 per cent to the sum total, wo cation between Peking and the sea. Washington. President Tnft Is suf- will find that tho heart has been compelled to do extra work from a which S0L0NS OF ILLINOIS QUIT fering him to severe cold, bouse. con- time In throwing off tho during that fined burden or His the while condition, although not at all alarm- a rew drinks (4 8 ounces of nlcohol) Two Houses Adjourn Sine Die Just Be- ing, is such that his physician has or- equal to lifting 154 tons lifted one fore Governor's Message Prodered him to take care of himself. As foot high. The alcohol In the beer Session Arrives. roguing a result tbo president canceled his en causes n dilation of tbe superficial gagement for Richmond, Vn., where blood vessels, as It does In all of Springfield. With the governor's them. This gives secretary waiting at the door to pre- bo waa to have addressed tho natlonnl which Is really an tho ruddy look, good roads congress. unhealthy conges-Hosent a mcsage proroguing the general thero and everywhere heart, assembly, tbe house adopted a sine die brain, stomach, lungs, liver, kidneys adjournment resolution. Tbe resoluIt breaks down, weakens, enfeebles. tion was rushed to the senate, where Invites nttacks of disease, nnd makes It was concurred In. THE MARKETS recovery from any attack or Injury When tbe call for a apeclal session precarious nnd difficult Everywhere will go out baa not been determined It Is degeneration. No man who It may be predicted tbo date will not Cincinnati Grain Market. drinks much beer Is the r, .yslcalnnd bo fixed until after tbe adjournment Flour Winter patent, St.25al.10, ot the December term of tbo supreme family S3.40a4.40. low grade 83a3.20. nientni equal or tbe man ursTsV- court, about December 20. Several' bard patent S5.20a5.75, do fancy, staln. suits are pending In tbe court which If 4.55a4.70. Wheat No. 2 red 97a decided against tbe etato. will create 99c, No. 3 red 9a97c, No. 4 red 84 Love's Open Vision. ot chaos sucb as never a90c CornNo. 2 white 76c, No. a condition A loving soul Is superior to circumgovernor 3 whlto 74V4a75c, No. 2 yellow 74 stances and gets gain from adversities existed In Illinois. The therefore will await tbe court'a action a74Hc, No. 3 yellow 75a75c, No. 2 nnd disappointments. Wo nro famimixed 74a74c, No. 2 mixed 73a73Sc, liar with Paul's saying that "all things THREE ADMIT TARRING GIRL Oats No. 2 white C2, standard white work together for good to them that lovo God;" but perhaps we do not 51ia52c. No. 3 white 51a51Jc. realize as we should that this result Pleas of Guilty by Kanaaa Assailants Cincinnati' Live Stock. Is not an arbitrary reward, but la conof School Teacher Cauas Senea-satloCattle Shippers J5 25a6.25. butcher ditioned upon the characters of our In Court. Eteers, extra $5.85a6.10, good to choice hearts. 1 he love of Qod cannot I.lr-'olCenter, Kan. Pleas ol S5a5.75, heifers, extra, J5.10a5.35, all events bleased for ua till It dwol - suddenly In the good to cbolco S4.60a5, announced guilt)cows, extra within ua. God loves everybody: b court here by three of the moat prom- J4.25a4.60, good to choice J3.50al.15, tho blessedness of being served by nil inent men accused In connection with canncrs. S1.25a2.50. Bulls Ilolo&o. events can be apprehended only by tbe tarring ot Miss Mary Chamberlain, J3.60a4.10, extra S4.15a4.25. Calves-Ex- tra those wbo love him. Love llnds the tbe Shady Bend school teacher, carJS, fair to good SQ.50a7.75, combination that unlocks every trearied tbe state's attorneys almost off common sury of good. To be spiritually mindand large J3a7. Hogs witb surprise. Those who Good to cMIco packers and butcher ed Is both llfo and penco tbelr feet We need nnnttnef1 nlena of rulltv weraM Fer. SC.45a6.60, mixed packers SCaG.4Q not be the slaves ot circumstances, ett O. Clark, president of a Shady common to cbolco heavy fat sow but mnke them what wo will. Tholr Iiend mining company; waison scran-ton- , J4a5.7f--. pigs (110 lbs and less) S3a results dopend on whnt we nre. In farmer, and Jay Fltxwater, 15.10. Slieep Extra 13.25, good tc every world the loving heart will find farmer. choice S2.T6a3.16. Lambs Extra J 5.3 5 heaven. Judge Grover reserved aentence. n Hal-Liann n storm after a resistance stout enough to have roused tbo angry passions ot Afghans were the assailants, ( tb everywhere sparedwhen tbey reaaed to fight Let me not bo accused ot foisting In unfairly a favorite topic, or attempting to detract from the merit of the troops, when 1 remark how great a degree the mercy and generosity of the hour may be attributed to the fact that the European soldiers had received no spirits since July 8, and had found no liquor among the plunder of (Ihuznee. No candid man of any mil itary experience will deny that the character of tho scene In tho fortress I nnd citadel would have been far dif ferent If the soldiers had entered tbe town primed with arrack, or If spirit- f Preacher person telta ua that there are more temptations In America than Europe, but up to date there has been to movement for the conservation ot our national temptations. New Jersey mule drank a gallon nf whisky and then kicked himself to Evidently he realized that he death 'wd lowered himself to the level of a Human being and decided that b srould bo batter off dead. Handa Gibbons 1 50 WO. Students Heroes at Fire. Baltimore. Md. Handing 850,000 In . Mass. Harvard stuCambridge, $1,000 bills to Cardinal Gibbons a man dents were tbe heroes of a fire In tbe asked that a cbalr be founded In tbe big building of tbe Bay State Fuel new. Gibbons memorial Institution and company here, when tbey rescued 20 cxaeed from the church officials a horses and saved tn company many pledge of secrecy concerning hi thousands of dollar. came. Cincinnati Miscellaneous. . Tell of Wedding Five Year Ago. Pontlac, Mich. "We Just did It for explanation n oddity," la the only given by Sarah Whitfield and John A. Green for keeping their marriage u secret for nearly Are years. iliiehoe. Fifteen of a crew of elan. Jersey Bank Closes Doors. teen men lost tbelr lives when tbe k'nr.(rli u hark Antlmi waa driven New York. A dispatch from East- knra at Martin river The Intlrua ok. Pa., received here states that the was loading it Martin river, below Waablngton National bank of Washington, N. , has' closed Its doors. Quebec J-- Fifteen Perish In Wreck. Dead. Philadelphia. Dr. Eugene Waadln, aureeon In the United a States marine hospital service, who nnerated on President McKlnley when the late chief executive was shot in fl.ifTali AeA In a aanltafittm at filar!. wynne, a suburb of Ibis city. He was years old. well-knowfifty-three MeKlnley's 8urgon Poultry Hens 10c. tnrlne chirk ens 9c, ducks lla!3, turkeys 14 He, geese ,aioc. hggs Prime firsts 33c Butter Creamery, extra 34 Uo firsts 28c. dairy, fancy 22c. Apple- sbbL oOcall.50 llome grown Der I Car-o- ts On S1.50a2 Lbl track Celery 3a3.50 Egg case. pUiiU Ma7Cc doz. Honey llallc lb. 6. Can't Afford to Drink. never drink. I cannot do It on equal terms with others. It rnat 1 thorn only one day, but It cosla me mree; mo tirst is sinning, tbe second Is suffering, and the third Is repenting Pterne. i Dangerous Prescription. Lemons Callforula-J5.25a"In prescribing, alcohol for the cure Onions Home grown Slal.40 bu. Pineapple of a disease, you set up one a thoua Ornngea S4.50 sand tiroes more dangerous than tbe $2a2.60 crate. (5 a box. Potatoes Homegrown one for which alcohol Is prescribed." ur C. J. Itutaell. f 3.C0a 4 bll. November 23, 1911 THE CITIZEN. FOR GREATER KENTUCKY. KENTUCKY CHARTERS. Page Three BEST ONE STATE HAS EVER HAD GREATER CONVEN-TIOKENTUCKY COMPLETE8 SUCCESSFUL MEETINQ. EXTRACT FROM PROCEEDINGS Ooods Roads and Education Themes at Assembly Tax Commission Wants to Consider Amend- ment to Constitution. -- Louisville Good roads, education and (bo morals of tho gcnernl assembly wero tho themes discussed at tho Greater Kentucky convention bore. Tho advisability of tho project launched some months ago to make a nallonnl park of Mammoth Cavo was irged by Major M. II. of Howl- aK urcen. uoou roaas, especially in Southwestern Kentucky, wero advo cated In nn extended discussion led by C. W. Metcalfo. of Plnevlllo.. fho date's system of taxation was severely arraigned. Tho lost day of tho convention, held in tho assembly hall of the (lalt House, possessed mare of a variety of subjects than previous days. Tho school question, which caused earnest speeches, hum? over In the shspo of a discussion of consolidated schools. Theaa bobbed up several times during tho consideration of remedies of rural school defects. Another topic that aroused intercut was good roads. That Kentucky form-- ' era are taking a keen interest in the construction of bettor roads was hown by the widespread enthusiasm during (lood Roads Week held In Kentucky this summer. Governor-elec- t James It. McCrcary presided over tho gathering of delegates. Mr. T. J. Coates, In discussing the rural schools, urged that they be luudtt vocational ns well as cultural. Better Teachers Urged. According to tho educators, the dldlculty with chief Kentucky's schools aro Inefficient teachers and Inadequate cqtMptuenL Thrco radical remedies were suggested by J. A. Sha-ro- s In his address. Ono was to secure tralLcd men to tako chargo of tho expenditure of Kontucky'n 3,500,000 school fund each year. Another was to hovo tho legislature pass an enabling act by which any county might vote bonds upon Itself at any tlmo for tho purpose of erecting habltablo fhools or mnko improvements. Tho last suggestion was that trained teachers, not Irresponsible girls and boys, bo employed to guldo tho youth. It was also shown that salaries would havo to bo Increased to secure tho best training timber. Plans For the Schools. Thai tho legislature, at Its next meetings, will bo asked for free school lauds, and moro teachers, scorns now certain, after the remarks mado by J. A. Sharon. Mr. Sharon told of a committee of educators of tho stato who wcro drawing up amendments to bo presented to the next legislature. Mr. Gcargo I. Knorr, of tho Department of Agriculture of Washington, emphasized Mr. Coates' statement that schools should teach tho uso of hands, and explained the consolidated school. This is a merging of six or eight Isolated district grades, the children that attend this school from n distance ar carried to the school In wagons t tho expenso of the county. Tardliu., is thus eliminated and regularity is assured. In discussing "Stato Aid In Itoad Building," Mr. II. A. Sommcrs, of Kllzabcthtown, said that tho party In power was obligated to carry out its election promises of stato help for good roads. If they vlolnto this promise he said, they would bo guilty of a broach of trust and obtaining goods tinder falso pretenses. Mr. Sommers howed that state help would be inefficient if counties that received aid .wcro not required to ralio amounts Ho lenual to thoso nnnronrlatod. Kenpainted out that scvonty-fhtucky counties do not levy a cent for tho building nnd maintenance of their .oads. Discussion of Taxes. At this session the tax question was all Important. After papers on that subject bad been road by W. O. Davis, of Versailles, and William A. Robinson a spirited discussion ensued. Most of tho speakers took tho ground that tho question was practical, and tho old Idea of uniform taxationthat Is, charging tho samo rata on personal property ns on real estate,, which can not bo conceded leads td concealment and evasion on tho part of the owner of personal properly nnd leaves tho burden of taxation on the realty owner. They contended that a lower rate on personalty than is assessed ngftlnst realty would not ouly secure a larger revenue from stocks and bonds, but would also attract outside floating capital. SELF-RIGHTIN- Frankfort. Secretary of 8tate Rru-nc- r has Issued tho following article of Incorporation: Louisville. Pursuant to a call from Tho. A. M. Domb Co., Paris; capital tho Federation of Commercial Clubs 110,000; Incorporators, A. M. Domb, nnd tho Stato Development Associa- Genevieve Mnhaney nnd P. A. Thomption there was held In !oulsvllle on son. Tuosday and Wednesday n convention Sebreo Mining and Development Co., of representatives from all over tho Sobreo; capital, 7f,000; Incorporastate. Delegates wcro appointed by tors, W. F Hanby, W. H. IJcatty and county Judges, mayors and commer- William II. Ileatty. cial and agricultural associations wcro Tho Jenkins Coal Co., Providence: In attendance. Tho ptirposo of tho capital, 13.G00; Incorporators, C. II. ennferenco was to consider questions Jenkins, James T. Stlmar and N. II. of vital Importance to the futtiro of Hunt. Kentucky: to study presont condltlonn Manrlng Heal Estate at.d Insuranco and desired reforms nnd fcaslblo Agency, Hell county; changing namo methods of advancing tho prosperity to Manrlng Ileal Kstato Co. of tho state. It Is to bo reasonably Tolosboro Mutual Insuranco Co., expected that great good will result Tolesboro; capital, $330; incorporafrom this conference. tors, T. A. Owens, L. D. Hill and A. D. Tho attondanco was good and con- Keith. sisted of tho most public spirited men Vincent & Woodward Mercantile of the state. Tho entertainment of tho Co.; capital, $2,000; incorporators, convention was In tho hands of tho Daniel VIncont, John Woodward and Convention and Publicity Jesse Woodward. League Kubanks Farmers' Telephone Co, Pulaski county; amended articles. TWO HOUSES' DE8TROYEO. Maryland Oil nud (la Co., Monti-cellcapital, $7,000; incorporators, Walton. Fire destroyed two houses Hoo C. Carpenter, George W. Pylo.and ' owned by JoMph Cobb, about one mile flohn C. Miller., , from Walton. Ono of tho homes wns Tioystonw Cel Co., Wonord; copi-ta- l, occuplod by Tbomas Fahoy, $1,000; Incorporators, Goorgo of Mr. Cobb, while the other was n Ilcrt Kldd and Dave Mpadors. now Iioubo under construction and alLouisville Boat Club Realty Co., occupancy. most ready for LouIbvIHo; capital, $10,000; IncorporWhllo tho family of Mr. Fahey woro ators, T. Smith Milton, H. W. Embry, looking about the new JjulIdJwrBmoko I Ii. Warren and W. A. Colston. was discovered Issuing from the roof Anderson Voaeer and Sawmill Co., of tho old structure. Ilefore assist- Louisville; capital. $60,000; Incorporance could bo called the entire upper ators, Olof Anderson, K. M. CunningDoor was .in flames and work was di- ham and W. V. Shcphcrdson. rected toward saving the household Hall Seed Co., Louisville; capital, goods,, but only a small portion of $50,000; Incorporators, E. C. Foltz, W. these were takon out Tho high wind P. Hall and W. P. Uuntoiu which was blowing at the tlmo carried tho sparks to the new building, FARMER KILLED. which was soon In flames. Owing to n lack of fire protection tho buildings burned rapidly and wero soon reduced Well Known Resident of Jefferson County'Meets Death. to ruins. Tho loss on tho two buildings is estimated at $6,000, which Is Louisville. Tho .funeral sorvlces of covered by Insurance. No ono was John Thomas Thurman, aged TO, a Injured. farmer, living at Fern Lcn, who was !.'fpd by an I'flnols Central passenger CONVENES IN LOUISVILLE. train No. lOi on the Eighteenth street Ixulsvllle. Kentucky's needs and road about two miles north of tho city, plans for tho stato's developments was conducted at Crallc'3 undertaking was discussed at the Greater Kentucky establishment. Sixth nnd Chestnut convention, which was held at the Gait streets, and tho interment took place Houso hero. Hundreds of delegates In Cavo Hill cemetery. Mr. Thurman was on his way to the were In attendanco when George H. Cox, president of the Kentucky Feder- city to visit his nephew, Burrell H. ation of Commercial Clubs, convened Farnsley, on whoso farm Mr. Thurman mado his home. Tho train ',3 Bald the initial session. Tho conference settled down to ac- to havo been fifty minutes late and tual work, following tho address of was attempting to make up lost time. When Mr. Thurman started '.) cross welcome by Mnyor Head, of loulavlllo, and responses mndo by J. W. Porter, the tracks the engine crashed into the of Lexington, president of tho Ken- huggy, throng tho occupant a distucky Stnto Development Association. tance of 100 feet, Instantly killing him. Prof. K. U Hatch, of tho University Tho horso was killed and the buggy of Wisconsin, discussed "Agricultural wrecked. Mr. Thurman was ono of the oldest Extension Work of Stato Universiresidents of Jefferson county. He was ties." CnpL Charles F. Hupcleln, of Louis- born In Loulsvlllo and most of his llfo was spent In tho county. Ho Is surville, also spoke ori "Tho Fire Tax." vived by four nephews, Alexander T. Ilurroll, H. Perry nnd J. Thomas FAVOR LOUISVILLE PLAN. Farnsley, all of Louisville. Lexington. At a conferenco of representatives of the eductlonal inter-est- n MANY ENTRIES. of Kentucky cities of tho second clans It was decided to present to the legislature practically the samo bill Expected For Covington Y. M. C. A.'S Marathon Race Thanksgiving Day. reorganization of tho public for second-classchools of cities which havo Covington. Arrangements was defeated beforo the last legislature. This bill provides a public practically been completed for tho Kentucky Championship school system similar to that recently Northern to bo held under Marathon adopted In It Is boliovcd auspices ofRun, Covington Y. M. C. tho A. the that this system will meet tho re- Thanksgiving day. Tho run Is to bo quirements of tho local conditions. o post on flva miles, from tho tho Lexington plko to tho Y. M. C. A. MYSTERY OF A SOFA PILLOW. building, and Is open for all. All of clubs of Covington and Cynthlana. There has been a curi- tho athletic expected to enter a numare osity hero in tho naturo of what was Newport of runners. Tho athletic commit-te- o onco a sofa pillow. The pillow was ber of the Y. M. C. A. has arranged to mado some ten or fifteen years ago, offer verysultablo prizes, and tho winwith wild duck and partridge foath-era- . ner of this event will be well rewardOn opening the pillow the Insldo ed for his services. Any one who deof tho covor resembled a very exquisires to enter can notify tho athletle site piece of chnngvnble plush or vel- committee of tho Covington Y. M. C. vet, and as perfect in texturo as tho A., and a supply of entry blanks, which finest pieco of woven cloth. It Is will bo distributed in a few days, will durable, al leffqrtH to pull it apart bo sent him or tho club under whoso with one's fingers failed. Hundreds namo he wishes to enter. This is tho havo viewed it, many advancing the annual run given by tho Y, M. thoory that it was woven by some in- fourth C. A. Thero will also bo an open-to-asect life In tho feathers. run for boys between tho ages of 13 and 16, with several good prlzos ofo; Conference Held In Louisville to Consider Conditions and Reforms. I Pure Ideals Would Eliminate Divorce By Rev. HERBERT McCONNELL Tutor of Sltih Mmorlil Cacrcs, Crtsd RjdMi, Mick. CHILDREN MEGAPHONE HAS FOUR TUNES Instrument Can Da Heard Direction, Even In Back Like a Lobster. In Every TKXT And the aald unfn Mow, "Wherefore thou crleat unto me? Speak to the children of liral that titer ao forward." In the Christian llfo thero Is little promised that is easy. Men aro continually being put to tho tost Often men are placod in hard places, whore tho burden la found to bo heavy. Moses was now carrying a heavy burden. Ho bad led the children of Israel from bondage to freedom. Now It looked as though they would bo taken' back to bondage again. The 'thought of this was weighing heavily on Moses, and ho cried unto God. The answer was: '''Speak thou unto the children of. Israel that they go for- M1 WAliTT AND the BEAST A awet-faeed Looks .V son-in-la- Ba-kc- r, s flve-mll- STATE PRESIDENT TALKS TO WOMEN. fered. KEEP ON YOUR FLANNELSI A touch of winter will be felt over week and there will bo many sudden changes In tho weather, according to tho weather forecast. "Tho coming week," says tho bulletin, "will be ono of pronounced weather changes and low temperature over practically tho ontlre country." FALL OF NINE STORIES. Georgetown. Tho State President of tho Fedorntlon of Women's Clubs, Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Smith, of Richmond, addressed tho women of tho Gcorgotown Civic Icagua here. Tho speaker outlined tho plans of the federation for tho coming year, declaring that if school suffrage for women Is carried through their influence, nnd It Mammoth Cave is mado a national park, tho efforts of tho stato club will not havo been In vain. SERIOUSLY BURNED. the entire country this Covington Whllo trying to rescue his wife and threo children from burlng home, Stephen - Ulakely, lawyer, editor. Democratic politician, was seriously burned. His wife was so badly burned that she may die, the doctors say. I- HEN EGG. Cynthlana. Josoph Edwards fell nine stories from n warehouse that is being constructed by tho A. Keller Distilling Co. at their plant near this and tho Held Is wide. city. He sustained severe bruises and broken arm and Is Intornally injured. Harmony. Edwards was working on tho building. Eloquence, poetry, painting, sculpHo Is tho son of Hlcbard Edwards, of ture and architecture are like the five Lair. Angers of the human band. Each Is harmonized and vitalized by music which is the blood of all the branches. Every technlo of these arts is toned Two Negroes Baptized In Jail Bathtub. and timed in tones of music Rev, Dr. Clayton Day and ThomLexington. Uaptlst, Chicago. as Rogers, two negroes who, with ten F. W. Gunaaulus, other men convicted by tho Fayetto No Victory Without Struggle. circuit court will bo taken by Sheriff Daniel W. Scott and several deputies Thero is no victor,, without a strugto the Frankfort penitentiary to begin gle. There Is no painless holiness. their terms, were baptized In a bath- The Insipid, effortless lire Is not ot tub in the corridor of the county Jail. God. That man is poor Indeed who The ceremony was performed by ne- would be saved by grace and have gro ministers, one of them the pastor nothing himself to do. Rev. R. G of a Christian church, and tto other Stone, Presbyterian, Denver. the oastor of a Uautlst church. BEFORE GOING TO PEN Anyone who, has ever snt on a grandstand during a football gamo or track and field sports knows how limited Is the radius of sound that Issues from a megaphone. The announcer must turn three different directions successfully to one section. A Maine woman has apparently solved this problem In the megaphone she has designed. Itjooks like a big lobster more than anything ward." Because of the passing years else, but It ts credited with doing tho the words have not lost their mean- work. The usual trunk tube baa two ing. Out in a larger senso thoy are intermediate branches near the mid- being applied today. The message of God to men Is "Forward." It would be a shame for the present generation to be In the same degree of enlightenment as the generation that has Just passed. Wo today have the accumulated thought which has led to the degree of enlighten-menAs we have found so much the responsibility Is laid upon us to move forward so that we by our lives will not retard the march of civilization. TbeChrlstlan should ever bare his or her face forward ready to march at any and aitrtlmes. We are placed Into auea a beautiful world one would think It would be hard for the children of men not to think of God. But we are forced to believe that there are many people who think very little of him who has given so much for us to enjoy. The great, broad fields bearing their precious fruits, the precious stones found in the bowels of tho earth, the great New Megaphone Idea. forests furnishing tho timbers for our great buildings and ships, tho great die and consisting .of short tubes directed at an angle of about 45 "degrees. mountain peaks. All these things should remind us Two other longer tubes extend backof God and his goodness and causo us ward from Just below tho mouthto think much of him. The beauty of piece. These long branches rest on tho sunrise and tho glory of tho set- the shoulders of the announcer and ting thereof, the beauty of tho stars, aro rotatably Joined so the mouth may tho songs of tho birds, the lightning be adjusted to different angles. flash, all rovcal to us tho greatness of AVhen a man shouts anything through God. How strange that men can pass this megaphone It can b- - heard on all on with so little thought of God, who sides, and even In back of him. has been so kind and good. The question we hear often is, "How DOG much will you glvo7" ny that ques- FORGET NAPOLEON'S PET tion wo mean how much will I get. Wo arc very anxious about how much Citizen of Chateauroux Narrowly Escape Arrest When Pleading wo will gcL Ought It not be how for Stuffed Animal. much can I give? In this way seo how much we can help tho world onM. Augustln Fllon tells an amusing ward. Supposo that the Apostle Paul had asked bow much he was to havo story In tbo Dobats about a Btuffed for each Journey ho under- dog that once belonged to Napoleon. took. Would wo havo tho" privilege of This dog when alive accompanied the reading of the church at Phllllppt, emperor to St. Helena, and was Corinth and many other places? It brought back to France by Marshal Martin Luther had asked bow much Bertrand, who died at tho chateau of ho was to receive for the work ho Tout Vent, near Chateauroux. Tho chateau, with all Its posseswas doing would wo bo honoring him today? The fact Is this, that the men sions. Including somo relics of Napoand women who accomplished most leon, was left by Its pious owner, for the world havo been most unsel- Mme. Amedee, to the Archbishop of fish. They havo put themselves Into BourgeB, and became tho property of tho great work and their Influence has tho government when tho church refused to accept the provisions of the lived. Too many people ate not familiar separation act The relics of Napoleon wero moved with tho Blblo. This will apply to peoboth those who belong to our to a museum at Bourgcs, but tho sechurches and thoso who have not yet ple- of Chateauroux wero able to and identified themselves with the church. cure possession of these treasures There is a great lack In our knowl- to houso them in their own museum. edge of the Bible. If the' Bible is our The stuffed dog, however, was forgotguide through this life, surely we ten and remained behind at the chaought to become familiar with that teau. At this there was a great outcry at which we depend upon. Mr. Moody say, "look out in nature and Chateauroux, for the people wanted used to grievIn see the hand of Good. Look Into the the dogweretheir museum. Theirgovernlaid before the Bible and see God face to face." Some ances prose and verse. However, time ought to be given each day to ment In was done until a citizen of reading the Bible, not that we ought nothing Paris and laid to see bow much we can cover at a Chateauroux went tobefore three cabglance, but how much we can under- bis claim to the dog inet ministers. stand of its contents. He did so at considerable peril to Wo are reminded every day how lm-- ' himself, for when he said that he had portant It Is to llvo pure. If the pure come to see the ministers apropos of life was tho ideal, how much wrongdog of Napoleon's that bad been doing would bo corrected. If the cou-pi- e a other possessions of standing at the marriage altar seized with the of Rourges, ha was Archbishop would have the pure life as their Ideal tho nearly arrested as n lunatic. would It not lessen the number of diWho would have thought, as M. FlWould we not have better vorces? lon says, that Napoleon's dog, who bo fewer Would there not homes? lived happily under the Concordat, children to caro for in the homes of could have got so woefully entangled charity? If the pure life was tho with the separation law ot a hundred Ideal would we not havo better so- years later? ciety? How our churches would bo filled with devoted men and women God-- men who aro anxious to worship CAN YOU FIND THEM and women who would be anxious to take a class In the Sunday school and faithfully each Sunday o stand before their classes teaching the things of purity and Godt Realizing that the greatest of all things are the things which can bo given for the sake of those who are here by our side, tho opportunity for labor la great With bright, golden hair, Was put In a couch With a big Teddr bear. doll dolly. ''Dear me!" thought the To her little self, "It will eat ma up Out The mean, horrid elf." aha couldn't talk, fiho juat aat and a tared: She misfit try to walk. If aha only dared. u "Beauty and the beast," A little boy aald. And dolly was ao allocked She looked as If dead. "LOOK INDIAN" FOR OBJECT! Best Way to Find Lost Article I Successfully Worked by Youngster Who Found Stickpin. When you drop a small object obj the floor, "look Indian," and you're sure-tfind 1L Here Is the modus operandi:. A certain ydung lady dropped av stickpin in tho hall the other day and! hod hard work to find it She hunted high and low, and on her hands and. knees, and with a candle specially procured for the purpose, but it was no use; the pin was very tiny and Its value being that ot association rather than size or brilliancy. The young lady, after a final shake ot tho rug, was Just about to give It up. when ono ot tho children chanced to come along. "Why don't you look 'Indian' tor It?" he asked. Before tho young- lady realized what was meant, down dropepd tho youngster on tho Boor, his. head and hlswhole body lying sldewlse, and Just ns close to tho dzi.& level as poslble. In this position his byes moved rapidly over the floor. "I havo It," ho shouted presently, and sure enough, right In the middle ot tho floor. In so plain a place that It bad escaped notice, was the missing stickpin. The youngster then explained that "looking Indian" meant putting the head to the ground in order to catch sight ot tho smallest object between oneself and the horizon. "They do it on the plains all the time," he said. "That's why they con always tell who's comlng4 But it works in houses Just as well, as on the plains. Why, we never lose nnythlng In tho nursery nowadays; We Just 'look Indian' and And It right off." TRICK WITH COINS IS NOVEL With Glass Full of Water Several Pieces May Be Dropped In Without Overflow. Take n glass and All It to tho brim with water, taking caro that the surface of the water Is raised a little above the edge of the gloss, but not Dropping Coins In Water. running over. Place a number of nickels or dimes on the table near tho glass and ask your spectators bow many coins can- be put In the water without making it overflow, eays tho Popular Mechanics. No doubt the reply will be that the water will run over before two coins are dropped In. But it Is possible to put in ten or twelve of them. With a great deal of care) the coins may be made te fall without disturbing the water, the surface of which will become more and more convex before tbo water overflows. - t. AEK M j.jh jejm'j ROLLING 8AVES LIFE. Lexington. Clem Moran, a messenger boy, saved bis life by outrol-lina street car. Moran was coasting down Hroadway bill. Ills bicycle skidded and threw him into tho street car tracks. A car, speeding down hill, was within a lew feet of him. There waB no time to rise. Moran took the long chance and began to roll and by the time the boy reached the bottom of the hill tbey motormaa had topped the car within a foot of him. He got up nnd wont away whistling. g Harrodsburg. Mr. T. 8. Hoper brought to tho Herald offlco recently a freak lion egg. When placed on a table, or any smooth surface, tho egg ctands on end and continually vibrates, It always adjusts Itself to that position Immediately after being laid down. If placed on an incline not, excbcdlng 45 degrees it will not oil fcwn, but will quickly adjust itself to a standing position and save for vibration, will remain stationary. It Is much of a curiosity. Niiy There are 12 names beginning with Move up, down and slanting, "E." You can use the but do not skip. same letter any aumber of times. d Flth From a Bottle of Ink. A simple and pretty little trick that almost anybody might do, Is tbo changing of a glass full of ink Into an aquarium. Tho glass ot ink ts exhibited to the audience, then a handkerchief Is placed over It and Immediately removed, showing a glass ot water with a fish In it. Of course tbo water and the flib aro there at first. The Ink ts perfectly represented by a piece ot black rubber clotb, laid against tho Inside of the glass. A bit or thread is fastened to the cloth and hongs over tbo side or the glass away from the audience, with a little cork at the end ot It When the magician places tho handkerchief over the glass he takes bold ot the cork and brings away cork, thread and all, hidden in tho handkerchief, leaving the water and tbe fish disclosed. Soup for Swimming. "Mamma." queried little Silent Watchers. Gladys Wbauare tbe silent watchNellie at the dinner table the other evening, "What makes people cat ers ot the night, Ethel? Ethel I don't oup first and then Ash? la It so the know, unless those they've forgot tea to wind up. flh can go in swimming?" THE CITIZEN. November 2, Iqi 1. NEW STOCK BEST LINE OF FOR RENT Nlco flvo room cottngo on Parkway and Chestnut Sts. Mrs. Laura Jones. Y, M, CAJEPORT' LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS IN there were 231 men enVolunteer Dlblo Study classes with an attendance (or that night or 19C. rolled On Nov. 16, In 21 THE CITY Come and We Will Prove It. CARD OF THANKS In this hour of our greatest bereave ment, .wo wish to thank our friends nnd neighbors for their kindness and sympathy during tho sickness- - and death of our dear Gertrude. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hulctt, Mr. Chas F. Bender. THE BOSTONIA ORCHESTRA We Can Save You Money. You pay less - E. F. COYLEat more or f o R. H. CHRISMAN Lfndertaklnrf and Embalming A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies. SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. e ooooaoooooooooeooooaooooooooou S LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA 8 e AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES gogoaotocovoeoftoaoaoeoooaoe ooooooeoooeoooao 3- - Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bender of Edcnburg, 0., were In Bcrca tho past week, called hero by tho death of tho wlfo of their son, C. F. Bender. Lillian Bowers, tho lfttlo daughter CITT rilONK IBS of Mr. and Mrs. Bowers, wns operatOFFICE OVER RACKET STORE ed on last week for appendicitis. A largo pin was taken from tho npen-dl- x DAN H. BRECK by Dr. Cowley. She Is getting nicely. end Accident, Fire, Life Baled straw 23 cents per balo nt Insurance Welch's. RichmoH, Ky. Bettor engage scats early for 505 Phone Thanksgiving dinner at Boone Tavern, N. TIME TABLE. L. Miss Carrio Marcum was visited by North Bound Local her fnthcr, Friday nnd Saturday. 10:55 p. m. 7:00 a. m. Knoxvllle Miss Elizabeth Bertram of Richmond 3:52 a. m. was tho guest of Miss Isabello Clino 1:04 p. m. BEREA 7:45 a. a. from Thursday until Monday. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound Local Miss Eva Engle, a well known flo- 8:15 p. m. 6:30 a-- m. Cincinnati rea girl, stole a march on her friends 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. t BEREA mar6:65 p. m. 6:6 a. m. and was married, Nov. 11. Sho KbozvIU ried a Mr. Ward Waldron. They left Express Trains Stop to take on and let oft passen- Monday and aro now in Mlddlcsboro. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ellis of Dal- gers from beyond Dayton, O., or from Ias, Texas, who wero called to Berea beyond. Atlanta, and r, on account of tho death of their Soath Bound returned, Monday. 8:00 a. sa. Cincinnati 11:44 a. m. BEREA Yes, Miss Helen Jackson Is still trimming at Mrs. Laura Jones' store. North Bound 4:46 p.m. BEREA Two weeks more. Let's get our hats 8:37 p. m. In nt once. She is an artist in her Cincinnati line. Why, Mrs. Jones guarantees with every order sho Did you know Laura Jones has be- satisfaction, gun her hat sale already. Goodness! makes. Let's hurry, sho always has tho best Mr. Truo- - Ccylo is confined at tho bargains at hcr sales. It just pays to hospital on account of an operation wait, and buy at hcr sale. for a grpwth on his knee. Mr. Will Swono was a visitor Mr. Jcsso Rogers of Frankfort was visiting friends in town at the first town last week. It looks like everybody trades at of tho week. Welch's. Miss Mamie Gulnn, who Is studyPhysician In attendance at Thanksing at Eastern Kentucky State Normal at Richmond, this year, was at giving dinner at Boone Tavern. home over Sunday. Prof. J. M. Coleman, of Beaver Mrs. W. O. Hayes was called to rails. Pa., lectured to the College Richmond a few days ago on account and Academy students Tuesday mornof tho death of hcr brother who had ing In the Upper Chapel. Prof. Coleman Is sent out by the Scotch Prtsby-torla-n been ill for some time. church of America. He Is also spell : the author of a volume on Social Good Thanksgiving dinner with gravy Ethics. Mr. Coleman Is a very inand squashy pumpkin pie at Boono teresting speaker, experienced nnd Tavern. . versatile, adapting himself quickly Mr. Thomas Robinson of Louisto his audience. ville was in town a fow 4ays of this WANTED: All your turkeys and . week visiting his brother and sister,-Mr- chickens at a good price. J. S. Gott, E. L. Robinson and Mrs. W. r". Depot 8treet. Kldd. S. B. Francis writes that he Is conMiss Virginia Winchester enjoyed a nected with tho U. S. Infantry Corps vlult from her mother from Williams- at Fort Monroe, Vn. He wishes to burg last week. be remembered to all Berea friends. Scc'y Morton has been busy this money, It's the easiest way to make his goods Into the week, moving "Savo the Difference." Cowley built ror Mason Is delighting her house which Dr. Mrs. S. C. him on Prospect St-many friends In Berea by spending Cheapcr than at home and lots soveral weeks with them. It will be .Thanksgiving dinner at was a more fun remembered that Prof. Mason Boone Tavern. member of the College Faculty a few Former Scc'y Will C. Gamble writes years ago. that ho has Just bocn to New Yorl: FOR SALE: One good 7 room house, Christmas stock for hi, One good 5 room house with moun I Book and Stationary Store, wiucn tain water and two vacant lots all lie has just opened at Montrose, Pa. on Center St., near Main. A bargain While In New York ho had dinner If takon at once. S. B. Combs. Frost, Wednesday p. m., are vlth Pres. Mr. and Mrs. Honry Bingham and with Dr. Thomson, Thursday Waiting Mrs. Bingham's sister, Mrs. night. Smith, In Richmond. Dig. Fat, Juicy Turkeys, "All white meat" will bo served at Boone Tav-or- n with trimmings Thanksgiving ' day. DR. BEST, DENTIST Tho Bostonla Orchestra of fourteen pieces, famous tho country over and now making a transcontinental tour, will bo In Bcrca, Saturday evening, Last Friday night the Interior of Nov. 25th. A musical treat awaits us. dining room of Boono Wo aro assured that nothing so fine , tho prlvato Tavern prcsontcd a striking contrast of Its kind has ever visited tho city. to tho rain without Within tho bright Don't miss It. Single admission M) lights gloomed upon a merry crowd cents. Season Ticket 63 cents. feasting upon a sumptuous dinner. Thruout tho evening thero was no BASKETBALL lack of wit and mirth and tho brilTho first garao In the College, Acaliant toasts wero enjoyed by all. Tho hosts were, Messrs. Smith, Pock I D- demy basketball scries of five games ido, Clark, Cromer, Gabbard, Boggs, for pennant was played on Saturand tho guests Misses Evans, Am- day afternoon. Tho gamo was a clean, fast nrtlclo brose, Hatcher, Todd, Eyler, Pitts of basket ball, and bolng ono departand Raymond. Day Phone 26 OBITUARY Tho funeral services of Mrs. Chas. P. Bonder woro held laBt Saturday afternoon at two o'clock In tho Collcgo Chapel In tho presenco of a largo company of friends. Rev. W. P. Wllks, tho lato pastor of tho Baptist church, assisted by Dr. Roberts and Mr. Howard Hudson of tho Union church conducted tho services and beautiful music was furnished by a quartctto consisting of Prof. Ralph Rigby, Miss Lillian Nlrfhl 46 sis-to- i ly contested and was Interesting from tho spectator's point of view. Neither tenm was in tho best of Ambrose, Miss Grace Cornelius and condition for this game, and not nil Mr. W. W. Heckman. the regular players ablo to partlcl Mrs. Bender, who had lived la in Now York. late. On tho College side Fagan. East- - crca ... hcr 1fo her m.rrl.,0 - . mtIo ovor I an and Batson did most of tho flgur . c .a- nco kno. ti whU or tho ,07L nd loved by a wide circle of friends, Eastern Star will give an eatable nB' Bowman and her death camo with greut sorrow bazaar on Tuosday and Wednesday, Lawson, H. the scoring. to all of them. Tho profusion of October 2Sth and 29th, In tho front The Collego boys appeared to sur- beautiful flowers which were sent parts of Bcrca National Bank and acpass In general team work nnd to tho sorrowing family showed tho tho Ccrca nni Trust Co. They curacy In handling tho ball. Tho next lovo and rsepect In which Bho was win navo evcrytning good for a two weeks hence. held. Thanksgiving dinner, such as dressed game will bo played Among tho relatives nnd friends ducks and fowls, cakes of all kinds, FOR SALE who enmo from somo distance were, pies, beaten biscuits, salads, etc. T Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Cnnflcld of Bo-you havo any particular kind of calco Berea College students are now makjou would llko made, notify one of ing fine comont tile, diameter foiir thany, W. Vn.; Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter the committee consisting of Mrs. L. inches, ono foot long. Price J2.00 per C. Ellis of Dallas, Tex.; Mr. Bender's A. Pottus. Mrs. W. H. Bower. Mrs. hundred. Less in Quantity lots. Just fnthcr nnd mother from Ada, Ohio; Jake Hcrndon, M8s Hilda Welch, Mrs. j the thing for farm tiling. Address Ba- - Mr. Harry Bender from Minnesota; Mr. and Mrs. Roso, Mrs. Cosby, MIbs ers. I Leon Lewis and Mrs. Nash. rca Collego, Berea, Ky. As they stood before tho speaker Ncttlo Wagers and a number of oth er friends from Richmond. Tho burial Tuesday evening they looked more llko a happy brldo and groom than was In the Berea comctcrr. two elderly peoplo about to sover of ninny InFAREWELL RECEPTION TO PROF. tho ties nnd connections teresting years tor n now homo and AND MRS, DODGE new labors In another fctate. They nru soon 16 lcavo Berea for Unicoi, A number of the friends of Prof. Tenn., from which place they hopo and Mrs. Dodgo, consisting of most to do tho work so dear to their hearts of the members of tho convocation Kinniig the old soldiers. Tho hopes and prayers of all their mid othors connected with the school, friends will go with them for met nt Boono Tnvcrn, Tuesday evening at 7:00, to Informally bid them many more years of usefulness. farewell. Tho Catherine was eiven "Selling the farm and moving into nrf.le.l Intercut bv tho fnct thnt xthvv club Is a had been maintained un until the time towt ,0 Jln 1,10 tore-bothat tho Prof, and Mrs. Dodgo were good deal llko trading off tho best lrDoa't j0 ready to leave the dining room of Mw tor yellow tho Tavern where they were bolni thcr, as long as you can plot President Frost returned Tuesday noon after thrco weeks absence, having spoken to the Stnto Teachers' associations of four states and attending a meeting of tho Berca trustees n-- ment pitted against another was hot- ... ,s,mn J Prof. Rnlne, portraying, as he did, tho long and useful career of Prof. g conDodgo and his almost Collge. So intinection with Berea mately had he been connected with tho Institution, said Prof Ralno, that ono might almost expect the Collego to go with him when ho Ho referred to him as tho most respected cltlrcn of Borea and said that If n poll had txen taken nt tho last election ho would havo been elected to that honored place unanimously. In concluding, tho speaker presented to Mrs. Dodge a beautiful portlcr, a splendid exnmplo of tho handiwork of Mrs. Ernbcrg. the now Superintendent of Ilerea's Flresldo Industries. Prof. Dodge, In a very fcllctous vln, accepted tho gift and thanked tho many friends for their good will nnd good wishes. Ho spoke at somo length of his connection with Berea I nnd pointed to tho progress that has since bis coming. , been made Pror. Dodge, alnco his retirement from active work as n teacher in tho College, has nlmost found youth again. jit seems. In tho work which ho has l,f n doing for tho G.A. R. Ho Is wide ly and favorably known In G. A. R. circles throughout tho country as Is Mrs. Dodge among the W. It. C. worklife-lonts. TURKEY Is in Tripoli and Italy isn't thankful. But everybody in Berea feels better since Welch makes the prices and all the rest have to follow. a x onteitalnod at dinner by Mrs. S. C. straight furrow." Mason, who is visiting Berea. Th) other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Os- M-i-s- -8 WELCH'S (For 15 borne, Mrs. Todd, Miss Douglass, Mis Corwln and Mrs. Rldgoway. As they left dinner they wero directed to the parlors up stairs where they were surrounded by their many friends. Several minutes wero spent in pleasant conversation, the friends freely mingling with each other, until at a given signal the purpose of the gathering was announced In a short address by Prof. Ralno. Seldom havo more sparkling, pleasing and fittingly complimentary words been beard by tho writer than those spoken by Red Cross Flour, 65 cents. Every Sack Guarantee TATUM'S Men, We are Going to Pay You for Reading This "Ad" Days) ... Every man who reads this "ad" and then cuts it out and brings it to our store can have any Suit or Overcoat in the store at 10 per cent discount. If I sB you get a $10 Suit or Overcoat you SAVE $1.00 SAVE $1.50 SAVE $2.00 A aH At Home te If you If you 'in 'From now, henceforth and ever after TEbe IRachet Store com! Miss Abble S. Morrow sonds word that hor address Is Talbert Apartment N. Clinton Avo., Trcntor, N. J. Sho will bo glad to hear from any of her Berea friends. get a $15 Suit or Overcoat you get a $20 Suit or Overcoat you building in modious, Berea. With a line of merchandise and Christmas goods that will please every one. Cove ia tad See U The New Brick Building with the Handsome Plate Glass Windows Hotel Heck MakSt. In the most attractive, Think of a sale tills early and with a full Una of now bats and styles to chooso from and a city trimmer to make any changes desired. At Mrs. Laura Jones. Mr. C. H. Deltrlch, representing tho American Book Company, was In Berea Tuesday and Wednesday. Ho was accompanied by Mrs. Deltrlch who Is a State organizer under the Associated Women's Clubs, of Junior Clvto Leagues, While In Berca Mrs. Deltrlch took steps looking to tho organization of one or two leagues. 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" and we are willing to pay out the necessary amount to learn the value of, newspaper advertising. RHODUS MAIN ST. & HAYES BEREA, KY. THE QUALITY STORE t November 23, (911 THE CITIZEN. Pace Five. TALK IS CHEAP you have to see them to appreciate the excellence of quality, variety and quantity as for the prices they tell of these goods But when it is put into newspaper space it costs money. So we will save pur talk about the details Ninety Days Only A $35 Range Stove WATCH THE BIG SALE Free ! II Thre costly Ladies' Dresses Free! $20 Suit Free! WEIGHT is a Difference QUALITY is a Difference PRICE is a Difference We believe all give weight, but as to quality and price we ask you to examine all lines in Berea and when you examine ours we feel confident of a share of your business, Ladiei' Shoes 99 cti. up. Mem.' All Leather Sheet $1.25 Heavy MENS' Hp. AN ORIGINAL STORY Solid oak dresser $5.00, $6.00, $7.50 and up to $20,00. Solid oak bed room suits (not imitation) $15.00, $18.00 to $40.00. Quartered oak velour covered couches $8.50, $10.00 and $12.00. ". Roll seat quartered OAK or mahogany rockers $3.00 each:'" Stand tables 20x20 OAK, $1.00, others $1.50 to $6.00. ' Library tables 26x44 OAK $3.50 to $10.00. Brass beds with 2 inch post, $10.00. With a 45 lb. felt mattress to fit $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. SUITS LATEST STYLES S18 Suits $15; $15 SaiU $12 Flow Best Patent Flow Uderwear - 4 m itjat WorkShirU 40c 39c $12 " $10; $16 " $7.50 OVERCOATS ALL GRADES 50 cti. 60, 65 cti. ! Cope, be feed, take ia the fowl A COUNTRY STORE IN TOWN R. J. ENGLE, other times, grandparents, father and mother, now in Heaven, my son, Stan ley, now in Detroit, my wife and children now asleep In Berea. And I saw tho changed city, now All so full of tall buildings that tho old church spires aro hidden; It would do no good to climb tho spire of Trinity Church now. Two new towers stand out against tho sky, tho "Metropolitan" and tho "Singer," and I won-dIf they will always bo tho tallest. And tho harbor blazes with electric light. Great signs flash in brilliance and aro reflected on the water, "National Biscuit Company," "Butterlc'is Patterns "Cunard Line," and a hundred others. So tho city stands and changes, and tho pooplo como and go. It Is nil like a picture or a "tale that is told." or 1 RANGES $15.00, $1 7.50, $20.00 and $25.00. I'm $5.00 under on each in price and $5.00 over on each in Quality. BUGGIES steel tire, rubber top, $40.00. Rubber tire, leather top, $65.00. Best American Steel and Wire Co's. field fence 25c. per rod. ROOFING, heaviest quality v crimp 28 guage painted, $2.00 per square. " " " " """ galvanized, $3.25 per square. Fertilizer for wheat, good, 90c. per hundred. Best, $1.30 per hundred. Other bargains by the score. mattings 20c. All 30c. mattings 25c. Phone 60 TO THE HEW Berea, Ky. Soon I shall make my last trip on that ferry, perhaps I havo made It already. For each ono, the greatest city, the moat substantial building, is only like a tavern whero wo cat and sleep, and tarry for a llttlo while, C0LLE6E BELL See "THE FURNITURE MAN" R. H. CHRISMAN. All ball, Thou clanking mandate We welcome thy beginning. With power of ancient prelate Our friendship you are winning. Tho voice that preceded you Had mandatory power; So send out, as wo bid you, Tho tnessago from your tower. and then take tho train. IN OUR OWN STATE (Continued from firtt page) INTENSIVE FARMING HINTS TO THE FARMER paint the ladders and not them In tha barn. Only the wealthy man can afford to keep a poor cow. A chill brought on by the uulor coming In contact with the frosty ground may ruin your best cow. Shrinkage In milk, lumps In tho udder, starting cPo, can nil bo brought on by one night on the frosty grouud. All this means loss of hard cash. It doesn't pay. Kep the stables dry and clean. No to animal can thrho If compelled vtand and sleep on a reeking Iks I of manure. Many n good man Is In such hasto to let tho world know whe.ro In xtands on tho tariff, reciprocity, nnd DEFEAT OF THE GRADED tho direct election of Senators, that patient wlfo can not find out , his it hero he stands ou tho Important Domestic questions of water in tho house and a now carpet for tho parlor. Savo tho country, brethren; that Is right; but don't forget to save tho wife, for after nil what Is the country to you when you have lo.it a good helpmeet; If your houso was on fire would you throw more fire on It to extinguish It? Foolish, you say? But I've seen pcoplo calling themselves men who would try to drlvo fear out of a frlghtoncd horso by beating him. Isn't that much, tho same thin,;? Seems so to me. From Oct. Farm Stelnor's "Immigrant Tido" Is a book written with a keen understanding of the stranger within our gates. It shows tho Influences of Uio immigrant who returns to his natlvo land and tho rotation of tho various races to our own Institutions. It lends Interest to tho book to remember that Dr. Stclncr Is of foreign birth and was of Jewish faith but has become, a loynl American and a Christian teachor of largo usefulness. Dalloy's "Outlook to Nature,'' "Country Llfo Movemeent," "The Farmer and tho State," and "Tho Naturo Study Idea" form a set of books helpful In their suggestion of ways for tho betterment of rural conditions. Brlgham's "Box Furnlturo" is full of practical plans for making useful attractive furnlturo from ordinary wooden boxes. Whlio living In an Isolated region tho author worked out theso plans and furnished her home by Your call will o'er be heeded At start and closo of day, And surely you'll bo needed To teach tho better way. To bo always bright and smiling, And over to be on time; N'over Wlllson has written to the governor-ele- ct any hour beguilin- gFriendly, faithful, collego chime. In tho first faint gleam of morning, asking an expression of his wlBhes as to having soldiers figure In the Inaugural parade, but Mr. has not yet replied. Col. James A. Scott will glvea public reception to Mr. McCreary either the night before or after the Inauguration, as may best suit the convenience of tho general. ry In the shadows of tho night, Wo shall hear thy waking warning, As a harbinger of light. When thy tonguo shall tiro of toll- BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE ing, And suppressed thy powerful might, Thero shall bo another knotting, Ringing out thy tale of right. Still maintain thy grand endeavor, Many hearts you then will reach, Thru eternity for over, This great message you may teach. Randolph Sellers. LETTER FROM PRES. FROST Continued from First rage I was there again In 18S7 to represent Oberllnl College at the reunion of Its graduates and to speak to the on "College Congregational Club Training for Business Success." The name of Andrew Carnegie was Just beginning to bo heard of, and wo wore trying to find out how; it' should bo pronounced. Tho first two or three tall buildings wero just going up. In 1893 I first went to. New York to find friends for Berea College and Mountain people. It was a chilling experience, Just at the beginning t f the "hard times." I cannot tell how many times I have been thero since, but It has always been with a feeling of tcrribio anxiety and responsibili- I have just bought the Isaacs' Hardware Store and in the future will carry a complete line of HARDWARE, PAINTS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES &4 PricesRight J, CLARKST0N GiveUs aCall Journal. 1 SCHOOL ter equipped with schools than any other town In the south, referring As tho election Saturday to deter- of course to tho College. Thoso who mine whether tho llcrea I'ublic 8chool made this argument were evidently Kt'hould be changed Into a graded forgetful of tho fact that thero are rany of the poorer pcoplo who do school progressed, and It becamo evident that the proposal was defeated, not and possibly somo who cannot ami was tasde to wonder what had send their children to tho foundation become of the splendid enthusiasm schools. For ono In Dcrea, who U manifested n fow months ago at tho able and who does send his children mass meetings that encouraged tho to tho College, to vote against a betmovement. It seemed then that there ter public school for thoso who arc would bo scarcely a dissenting voice, most In jeod of help, as a fow did, but when tho poll was declared Sat- seems to us to show bad grace urday evening only 242 votes bad been and worso citizenship. Wo hopo to soo tho tlmo como when cast, and of theso 155 were against 1ho graded school and 87 for It Tho the matter will bo taken hold of defeated and thon not bo allowed to die proposition was therefore out In the enthusiasm of tho beginby a majority of C8. What and who defeated this splen- ning but pushed to a successful terdid proposition? That la not for Tho mination. Neither tho College nor tho Cltlicn to say but for every one to town can ever oxpoct to bo favorably condetermine to his own satisfaction. advertised by Buch public school of the voting was, ditions as we now have. Tho saddest fcaturo tho fact that tho people who should LIBRARY NOTES havo been most Interested In an efficient public school by reason of tho Among the new books added to fact that thoy had many children to ilucato and wero least ablo to pay tho Library this fall are a number r that education wero us mom which aro worthy of close acquainta Somo men ance. Kropotkln's "Memoirs of determined opponents. when asked by tho clerk whether revolutionist" is an autobiography thoy woro for or against tho graded both Informing and Interesting. Tho pchool announced with a good deal of author moved In all classes of society and lived an unusually eventful gusto, "I am agin It." On tho other hand, It Is pleasant Itfo. lie was a scientist and a reformto bo able to record that many of er, and his autobiography forms a the people who would havo borne tho dramatic account of ono of Russia's brunt of tho matter In the way of tax- great men and also presents a clear ation. If taxation can ever be called picture of Russian llfo and people. a burden, were for It; and stilt mow Tho "Life of Allco Freeman by her husband Is a finely pleasing Is It to know that nearly o written biography of a woman who all thoso In connection with the stood for high things in the education who voted wero for It. S Ono argument that was mado against of her box and who, by the of hor mind and tho beauty of public school, that Is thj a hotter grading of tho public school and tho her spirit, has becomo an ideal of orectlon of new and commodious build-llig- s, womanhood with which every girl was that Here was already bet should bo acquainted. Tal-mo- r" Col-legflnii-no8- means of boxes which sho her-- 1 self mado Into furniture. Scton's "Doy Scouts of America" contains not only plans relating to that organization but Is full of suggestions for ony boy who likes outdoor llfo and fun. "Rolf In tho woods" by the sanio author Is an Interesting story about Indian llfo and woodcraft for boys. Other now books full of Interest t's uorn aro uogulo's "Twice "Peasantry of Palestine," "Vocational Education," Druces "Daniel Hoono and the Wilderness Road," Sorvlss' "Astronomy with tho naked cyo," Sabatlcr's Llfo of St. Francis of Assist," Addams' ''NewDyko's er Ideals of peace," Van "White Dees" and "Tho Builders," "Rcorganliatlon of Our Blrdsoye's "Country Colleges," Buttcrflclds Church and tho Rural Problem," Fallen's "Meaning of the Idylls of tho King," Herrlck's "Master of the Inn." Tlssofs "Llfo of Christ," Thl last named work Is a gift (rom Mm. Peterson of Chicago and contains very beautiful reproductions of Tlssot's famous paintings of the Christ life. Besides theso books of general Interest a largo number have been added which relato to tho work of tho students In Blblo study, Literature, Biology, Sociology, and Agriculture. All now books, as soon as cataloged, aro placed on the loan desk or on tho rescrvo shelves where they are easily ncceslblo. wen-GranGil-let- fs PALACE MEAT MARKET price paid for butter, eggs and chickens Leaf Lare, guaranteed pure. Kidd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you want and get what you call for. Highest market Pish and Oysters every Thursday. U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. "Don't wait for success to come In your yard. Grab It by the collar and yank It Insldo tho gate." "People who do not llko the country Locauso there Is so little going on, nro thoso In whoso heads thero is less going on than even lu the ty. Never In all these years have I turned aside from my work for Berea, to visit a friend or to see any of the beautiful sights or the city. Sometimes I have been entertained In the elegant homos of tho rich, and sometimes I havo stayed for days and weeks in I stuffy lltUo chambers at hotels. have eaten fifteen cent meals near the docks, and five dollar meals at tho banquets of tho "Southern Socle- - , ty." The outside of New York Is very ! familiar to me, and I could no more be lost In It than I could be lost on Bear Knob. And among tho 5,000,000 Inhabitants thero aro probably 500 that may be counted as my friends and friends of Berea. Last night I crossed the old ferry from 23rd Street to the Erie Rail road station, though I might nave gone more quickly through the tun-noor "tubo" as they call It, under tho Hudson river. And I thought of those who ha.d crossed with me at ll, Do You Want to Buy a Good Blue Grass Form ? 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 4 enough for anybody. I have plenty of Real Estate in Madison and adjoining Counties for Bale 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 will always get a square deal with Holiday If interested. CALL, UPON OR ADDRESS, ANOTHER GOOD FARM FOR SALE and Richmond pike. in la from jmtillo ohool nnd two miles from Korea Colstone land, all In grass an,i g one 0f lege. This farm Is good rod hud, llmo tho buHtKrftHH farms near litwa. Is well wittered, linn plenty of w ood nnd timber to keen up placo nnd fenced nil around with wlro fence. Ono good orelinrd and falrlv irood limine, barn nml outbuildings on place. This farm aoreii of land for the money In this without question Is the bent 78 section and can be bought any tlmo within the u.ext thirty days for only 145 86 nor acre. Ativono wanting a Farm llargaln should make it known ti.T. P. Illnlf iimII At. niinii. ' I also havo fourof the most beautiful business lots right in the business section of liorea on Chestnut St., where such lota are worth one MOO each. thousand dollars each. These lots are SJlft.-- In x 00 ft. Priceto I havo other farms of various slsos with prices and terms suit purchaser in Rockcastle, Garrard and Madison Cos. Come, see and buy lanus anu iota, Containing 78 (MOaoros lying north of One-fourt- Huron on Heron The Best Qualities of h I 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. MafcSt. G. D. Room 4, Berea Bank HOLLIDAY Ofc Trust Building i J. P. MCKNELL i, W. I. DOOLEY BEREA, KY. BM.Ky. 'Ky."- - . II 111 'I III III III II III fsERIALT L STORY J Je Courtship gf Standish With rtlastratlont Chandler Christy cVliles (Cop jflf bt, T IJobb lUrrtll Omx0J John Alden Inlo the open air John Alden, perplexed and bcwlldored, Hushed like a man Insane, and wan; dered alone by (bo Tnced up and down (he sands, and bared hla head to the east wind. Cooling his heated brow, and tho lire and (ever within him. Slowly aa out ot the heavens, with apocalyptical splendor. Sank the City ot God. In the Tlslon ot John tho Apostle, So. with Its cloudy walla ot chrysolite, Jasper, and sapphire. Sank the broad red aun, and over Its turrets uplifted Glimmered the golden rcod of the angel who measured tho city. sos-sldo- 4 IV was nearest to heaven. Fighting some great campaign la Halnaut or Drabant or Flanders. Covered with snow, but erect, th cellent Elder ot Plymouth. "Long have you bcon on your errand," he said with a cheery demeanor. God had sifted threo kingdoms to And tho wheat for this planting. Even as one who la waiting an an Then bad sifted the wheat, as the swer, and fears not the Issue. living seed of a nation; "Not far off la tho house, although the So say the- chronicles old, and such woods are between us; Is the faith of tho people! Hut you have lingered so long, that whllo you were going and coming Near them was standing an Indian, In attltudo stem and defiant. I have fought ten battlos and sacked Naked down to the waist, and grim and dcmollsbod a city. and ferocious In aspect; Come, sit down,jnnd In order relate Whllo on the table before them was to me an inai nas nappeneu. lying unopened a Blblu, Then John Alden spake, and related Ponderous, bound In leathor, brass- studlod, printed In Holland, tho wondrous adventure. From beginning to end, minutely, Just And beside It outstretched the skin of a rattlesnake glittered, as It happened; How bo had seen PrlscUla, and bow Filled, llko a quiver, with arrows; a signal and challongo of wnrfare, he had spod In his courtship, Only smoothing a llttlo, and softening Drought by tho Indian, and speaking down her refusal. with nrrowy tongues of defiance. Hut when he came at length to the This Mllos Standish beheld, as he enwords Prlscllln had spoken, tered, and heard them debating Words so tender and cruel: "Why What were an answer befitting the don't you speak for yourself, hostllo message and. menace, John?" Talking ot this and ot that, contriving. Up leaped tho Captain ot Plymouth, suggesting, objecting; and stamped on tho floor, till his One voice only for peace, and that armor the voice ot the Elder, Clanged on the wall, where It hung. Judging It wise and well that some at with a sound of sinister omen. least were converted, wrath burst forth In a Rather than any were slain, for this All his pent-usudden explosion, was but Christian behavior! that scat Then outspoke MUcs Standish. the Even as a ters destruction around It. stalwart Captain ot Plymouth, Wildly he shouted, and loud: "John Muttering deep In his throat, tor his Alden! you nave betrayed me! voice was husky with anger: Me, Miles Standish, your friend! have "What! do you mean to make war supplanted, defrauded, betrayed with milk and the water ot roses? Is It to shoot red squirrels you have me! your howitzer planted One ot my ancestors ran his sword through the heart of Wat Tyler; There on the root ot the church, or Is It to shoot red devils? Who shall prevent me from running my own through the heart of a Truly the only tonguo that Is understood by a savage traitor? Yours Is the greater treason, for Must be the tongue ot fire that speaks from the mouth ot the canncn'" yours Is a treason to friendship' band-grenad- ''' THE CITIZEN. I I November 23, 1911 . Nehemiah Builds the Wall of Jerusalem SsaJif ScimI Umm far Dm. 3, 1111 SpadaUr Amngkl tor Thlt Papar , 4. I.KBBON TEXT-NVhrm- lah IT. MKMOHT VRKSE8-- 1. UOLDKN TBXT "Watch ya. stand faat In the faith, quit you like men, bo strong-.-" -- 1 Cor. IMS. TIMB Kehvmfath heard the bad news irom Jerusalem early In December, II. C BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL DEPARTMENT OF BEREA COLLEGE (The Citizen is a specimen of our work.) Prints hand-bill- lettcr-hcnd- s, cards, reportr, sermons, ntid g bocks in the best manner, and nt lowest prices. students, Your patronage is asked to help . and to insure your getting your money's worth. Call at tho office, or send orders by mail. You will get sat, isfaction. Terms cash. Address BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL, Bcrca, Ky. For four months he prayed, thought and waited. The following April (Ml) he obtained permission to go to Jerusalem. The Journer occupied rour monins ana ho arrived nt Jerusalem In the first day (In of tha Hfth month, Ab Juty-Au1911 the first day of Ab was August I; In l( It will bo July 12.) I'r.ACK-Shiish- nn and Jerusalem. IltTI.F.nS Artnxerxea. Emperor of Persian Kmplre; Nehemiah, governor of Judea; Ksra, tho scribe, the religious leader of the people In Ilabjrlon. g. m. ' HOUSES TO RENT To those who have children to educate and wish to reside in Uerea for n longer or shorter time to enjoy its cducutionnl advantages, the College has a number of houses, large and small, some of them partly furnished, to rent on reasonable terms. Address "Welcome, O wind of the East!" he exclaimed In his wild exultation. -Welcomo, O wind ot the. East, from tb caves ot the misty Atlantic) Blowing o'er fields of duUe, and measureless meadows ot sea-gras- s, I-a- mowing o'er rocky wastes, and the grottos and gardens of ocenn! y thy cold, moist hand on my burning forehead, and wrap mo Close In thy garments of mist, to allay the fever within mo!" Like an awakened conscience, the sea was moaning and. tossing. Dealing remorseful and loud tho mutable sands of the Tierce In his soul was tho struggle and tumult of passions contendsea-shor- ing: Lore triumphant and crowned, and friendship wounded and bleeding, Passionate cries of desire, and Ira portunato pleadings of dutyl -- In it bit faults be eald, "that the maiden has choson between us? Is It my fault that he failed, my fault , that I am tho victor!" Then within him thero thundered a voice, llko the voice of the prophet: "It hath displeased tho Lord!" ana he thought of David's transgres Bathsheba's beautiful face, and his friend In the front ot. tho battle! .Shame and confusion ot guilt, and abasement and Overwhelmed him at once; and he cried In the deepest contrition: lt hath displeased tho Lord! It Is lhe temptation of Satan!" Then uplifting hU head, he looked at the sea, and beheld there Dimly the shadowy form of tho May flower riding nt anchor. Hocked on the rising tide, and ready to sail on the morrow; Hoard the voices ot men through the mist, tho rattle ot cordage Thrown on tho deck, the shouts of the mate, and the sailors' "Aye, aye, Clear and distinct, but not loud, In the dripping air of the twilight. Still for a moment bo stood, and listened, and stared at the vessel. Then went hurriedly on, as one who, seeing a phantom, Stops, then quickens his pace, and follows the beckoning shadow. "Yes, It Is plain to mo now," he murmured; "the band ot the Lord Is Xeadlng mo out of tho land of dark-nesthe bondage ot error, Through tho sea, that shall lift the walls of Its waters around me, Hiding me, cutting me off, from tho cruel thoughts that pursue me. Hack will I go o'or the ocean, this dreary land will abandon. Her whom I may not love, and him whom my heart has offended. Better to bo In my grave In the green old churchyard In England, Close by my mother's stde, and among the dust ot my kindred; Hotter be dead and forgotten, than living lu shamo and dishonor! Sacred and safo and unseen. In the dark of the narrow cnamber With mo my secret shalU'dlo, like a burled Jewel that glimmers flrlght on the hand that Is dust, In the chambers ot Kllence and aarK sion. slrl" yes, as ness, tlio marriage ring ot the great espousal hereafter!" Thus as he spake, ho turned, In the strength of bis strong resolution, Leafing behind him the shore, and burned along In the twiiignt, Through the congenial gloom ot the forest silent and somber. Till he beheld the lights In the seven bouses of Plymouth, Shining like seven stars In tho dusk and mist ot the evening. goon he entered his door, and found the redoubtable Captain rttlnir alone, and absorbed In the r. rtlal pages of Caesar, When the right time came, nnd Ne hemlah's heart was burning with sorrow and desire, ho found "opportuniTHE COLLEGE TF.EASURXR., Bcrea, Ky. ties concealed In apparent hindrances." It was dangerous to show sorrow In the presence ot tho king. Even a modern autocrat llko Louis XIV. expected everybody's face to shlno It. he did but appear, and how much thoro an Artax-erxes- ? What, 'wear a sorrowful face when he was presiding over Joy and NURSE TRAINING SCHOOL OF BEREA COLLEGE ,, gaycty, gilding them with his presHas best operating room and all modern appliances for car ence? It he had ordered this melancholy visage away to prison or death. Hospital treatment grtnlly inof a limited number ot patients. It would have been Justified by prececreases prospects of recovery. dent. A gloomy faco might mean disaffection against tho king. Tho light Rates One Dollar a day and up. of hts favor ought to be enough to away. drive all sadness Bond for prompt payment required. Nehemiah had hitherto been able For further particulars address to keep a smiling faco when bofors the king; but ono day at a superb THE HOSPITAL, Eercc, Ky. banquet, when tho queen was dining with hor husband, amid gold plate, gorgeous silk dresses of every hue, marble pillars, fountains, music, lights, sultanas, courtiers resplendent as tho sun. and all worshiping their sun smiling when he smiled, hla sorrow shone through hts face In Bptto ot himself, so that tho king no ticed It and said: "Why Is thy countcnanco sad, seeIf Mrs. Jones buys her coffee at ing thou art not sick? this Is nothing else but sorrow of heart." Then he Smith's each week If tha coffee in vour store Is bet was very sore afraid, nnd eald unto the jBilllHmsnnmBB king, "Let tho king live for ever: why tor than Smith's and cheapor Every man and woman Js anxious Why. TELL, MKb. JUNfcb I should not my countenanco bo sad, when tho city, the plnco of my fa Don't dash wildly across tht to buy some article necessity or thcrs' sepulchres, lloth waste, and the street to tell her, though; Ehod luxury every day of his or her life. gates thereof aro consumed of flro? laugh at you. Insert a sano, forceSingle handed it would take you It It plsase tho king, nnd If thy serf. ful advertisement in this paper months to seek out those interested ant have found favor In thy sight, that about your coffee. in your Line of business. thou wouldest send mo unto Judab, An advertisement in this paper We II eaten nor eye Dy maKing unto tho city ot my fathers' sepulchres, your ad. attractive. Then all that does the work instantaneously. may build It." that I Is left for you to do is to take in It corrals the purchaser brings Tho kind was pleased to grant his tho money for the coffee Mrs. him to your store makes him buy request, made him tho TIrshatha, or things you advertised. coventor of Judca, "royal agent" or Jones buys. "plenipotentiary," with full powers, (Uprlbt,U, bf VV.S. II.) (Oopjrljbt. I AM, tit W. M, V.i Ho traveled to Judea In state, with a wllltnry guard ot cavalry, and with let ters to tho rulers o tthe neighboring provinces to clvo him whatever he Wmt) i jSRBflavBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlBBB needed for his work. Nehemiah was very wl3e. He lay quiet for threo days, doing nothing, but BBBBBBBBBBSBMB&" Vt9LBkBBS learning cvnrythlng. Ho showed no credentials, he proposed no plans, ho SBBBBBBBBBBBBBftBMKSBBBBBBBBBBBBEBBBSBBBBEBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB ' annually, and then carefully If you are in told no one what he hoped to do. Hla flrat hiiRlneas wan tn lnarn tho whola note the effect it has in inbusiness and you situation, the feelings of tho people, want to make creasing your volume of busiwho would oppose, nnd who would ness; whether a to, io or 30 ' help, how nblo the peoplo were, what more money you obstacles must bo overcome. per cent increase. If you will read every Nehemiah met tho rulers, nobles, watch this gain from year to word we have to priests and people, nnd told them ot you will become intensely insay. Are you his purpose In coming, how he had terested in your advertising, learned ot their need, how bo had spending your wept and fasted and prayed, and bow and how you can make it enmoney for adGod bad heard his prayer and caused large your business. Winding His Sinuous, Way.' hapvertising in tho great emperor to favor his plans, If you try this method we ex glvo blci permission to como, and au hazard fashion You, who lived under my roof, whom Thereupon answered nnd eald the thorlty. with orders for the surround believe you will not want to cellent Elder ot Plymouth, as if intended as a I cherished and loved help. Ho Somewhat amazed and alarmed at Ing rulers to glvo the needed investiga let a single issue of this paper brother: for charity, or do you advertold them of hla midnight this Irreverent language: my board, and You, who have fed at go to press without something tise for direct results? "Not bo thought Saint Paul, nor yet tions. drunk nt my cup. to whose keepTlfe business side of religion should from your store. other Apostles; the Did you ever stop to think ing were be dono as did it In tbe We will be pleased to have I have intrusted my honor, my Not from tho cannon'B mouth epake most skillfulNehemiah business man how your advertising can be and ideal tho tongues of Are they thoughts the most sacred and seyou call on us, and we will naa a inymans gooq made a source of profit to ner. Nenemian with!" cret, take pleasure in explaining renuite sense In religion. Walls wero neces you, and how its vwlue can be You. too, Brutus! ah, woe to the name Dut unheeded fell this mild sary to the safoty of tno city. They on the Captain. our annual contract for so ot friendship heroatter! measured in dollars and to the table, and wero also necessary to true religion. Brutus was Caesar's friend, and you Who had advanced discoursing: many inches, and how it can be cents. If you have not, you Tho division ot labor, tho noblo com' thus continued were mine, but henceforward used in whatever amount that Leavo this matter to me. for to me petition, tho interest in tbelr work that are throwing money away. Let there be nothing between us save kept them from taking time to even by right it pertalneth. seems necessary to you. Advertising is a modern war, and Implacable hatred! War is a terrible trade; but In we put off tbeir clothes, tho giving each If you can sell goods over business necessity, but must bis own work, and over against hla cause that Is righteous. So spake the Captain ot Plymouth, the counter we can also show be conducted on business Sweet is tho smell of powder; and own house, the union ot watching and In the chamas he strode about praying and working, tho working to thus I answer the challenge! you why this paper will best principles. If you are not ber. gether of old and young, rich and poor, rage; like Chafing and choking with serve your interests when you satisfied with your advertising skin, korm a real master-strokof genius, Then .from tho rattlesnake's cords were the veins on bis temwant to reach the people of you should set aside a certain with a sudden, contemptuous geswas parceled out among 41 The wall ples. ture. working parties. It was llko the re this community. amount of money to be spent But in the midst of his auger a man Jerking the Indian arrows, ho filled building ot tho walls ot Athens alter appeared at the doorway, with Dowder and bullets it tho invasion of Xerxes, llko the build Bringing in uttermost hasto a mes Full to the very Jaws, and handed It lng ot tho walls of Edinburgh after tbe sage of urgent importance, savage. back to the battlo ot Flodden. This plan made each Humors ot danger and war and hos Saying, Here, one more earnest and faithful as ha In thundering tones: tllo Incursions of Indians! Is your answers take It! Straightway the Captain paused, and. Silently out thisthe room then glided law what others wero doing. It an! of mated tbe work with a noblo emula without further question or parthe glistening savage. personal pride. See how ley. - tion, and a Bearing the serpent's skin, and soem- fast my work goes on! See how well Took from the nail on the wall his tne himself like a serpent, sword with Its scabbard of Iron, Winding his sinuous way In the dark my piece Is donel Now, my sons, gird up your tunic, or Rephalah the son round bis waist, and, Uuckled the belt to the depths ot the roresu of Hur will get ahead of us. True frowning fiercely, departed. The homo news; tho doings of the. people In this (TO DB CONTINUED.) emulation Is to do better than we Alden was left alone. He heard the have done; to seek, not to get beyond tovro; the gossip of our own community, that's clank ot the scabbard Too Much Ceremony. to tbe best possi Growing fainter and talnter, and dy A Cincinnati drummer happened to others, but to rlso ing away In the distance. be put at a tablo at Columbus with a bio for us; and to be Inspired to Ibis the first kind of reading matter you want. It is Ti.in h nrnan from his seat, and number of legislators, and tbs courtly by seeing what others have done. Besides the hostility ot tbo Samar more important, more interesting to you than way In which they addressed each looked forth Into the darkness, Felt the cool air blow on his check. other greatly bored the commercial ttana tbo Jews themselves were becom that given by the paper or magazine from tho that was hot with tho insult, travelor. It was: "Will the gentleman Ing worn out with tho fatigue ot such i.ifBit hla eves to the heavens, and, from Hardin do this?" and "the gen strenuous work. is the first reading matter No good goes on to success without outside world. folding his hands as In childhood, tleman from Franklin do that?" Tbey Prayed In tho sllenco of night to tho Invariably spoke to each other as the meeting obstacles. Evil does not fall you should buy. Each issue of this paper gives gentleman from whatever county they without a battlo. It throws slander, Father who seetn in secret. rldlrulo, treachory, consplrayjloa, lnllU' baooenod to hall from. to you just what you will consider the choleric Captain For 10 or 16 minutes the drummer ence, discouragements, every posslbl Meanwhile hindrance. In tho way of reform. Even strode wrathful away to the coun bore It In silence. Then be suddenly crushed the states- somo of the Jews were arrayed against ell, Found It already assembled, luipa men by singing out In stentorian tones their brethren. They planned to take to the, waiter; "Will the genileihan Nehemiah and tbe city by surprise, tlently waiting bis coming; Men In the middle of life, austere and from Ethiopia please pass tbe butterl" slay the workers, and thus put a stop grave In deportment. That ended tbe "gentleman, from to tbe work, but tb answer was watca lag and prayer, Only one ot them old, the bill that business. Ueboboth Sunday Herald, THE BEREA HOSPITAL Find the Man Enlarging Your Business o The Right Kind of Reading Matter It The Right Kind ot 'Reading Matter. 1. - November 23, 1911 FEED FOR INCREASED WEIGHT Where It It Intended to Place 8hep en Market Following Spring Oram 8hould Be Corn and Oata. THE CITIZEN. DESIGN FOR POULTRY HOUSE TO ACCOMMODATE 125 FOWLS c Page Scvcb. BEREA Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE THE MOUNTAINS What lire Your Talent? What Arc Your Aims? Berea Has the Training That is Best For YCD. Live Stock RATION FOR THE BROOD Hog Breeder Tell SOW li Satisfactory Retulte Feed Increased In Winter. How He Obtains The tallowing rntlon for brood owe has given ns Rood remits na I rotild ntk for, says a writer In the Breeders (laactte. Wlillo It might not provo to bo tlio beat under nil condition. It haa given vcrr results undr my condlUona. Four of my iowi were purchased when acven month of nge, then weighing ISO pound apleco. They were kept another month, then bred. Now they are, 17 month old, have farrowed tbelr accond llttcra And will weigh from 300 to 400 pound In Rood, thrifty breeding condition. They hare been fed somewhat near the following each dny per head In addition to whatever they pick tip In IS acre of woods pnsture, n portion of which contalna a good Hand of bluegrasa nnd whlto clover: Shelled rorn. four pounda; abort, ono pound; bran, tlx pounds; pound. During tho winter month, when the weather Is cold and the ground bare, tbo amount of feed I Increased a it Is alio when the litters become largo enough ,lo take nil of the milk that the sow can upply. Jut a few day before tho sows are duo to farrow 1 ndd n handful of oil meal rer sow to their ench day. which relieves any tern uency towaru conatipntfon nnd causes the pigs to arrive In good shape. Cracklings would answer tho same purpose. tankage, one-fourt- h fpt OLD TANK FOR FEED TROUGH Abandoned Kitchen Boiler Put to Practical Use by Texas Farmer Cost Is Merely Nominal. The writer lately saw the two feed' Ing devices herewith Illustrated on the farm of n Texan onion grower, and MSI upon Investigating found thnt they were two old abandoned kitchen range boilers, bought for twenty-fivcents each from an old scrap Iron pile, say a writer la tho Homestead. Many farmers have ono of the old boilers on tho farm and In caso you do not e If the sheep keeper Is fcedlnz to Will be Found Ideal for Incrcnso weight, that Is, feeding to Arrangement Shown in Protection Fowls During Most Sovero Weather piaco the sheep on tho market the fol Ezst Production Should he Plentiful lowing iprlng. writes an Iowa breed , During Winter Months. er In an oxebange, tho grain ration should bo corn and onts, when at faita, or clover nro provided as the roughness. If tho roughness Is corn fodder and straw, considerable bran should bo added to tho supply of ra. tlons. Uusually about n month or o after harvest, If there Is a good crop of wheat, tho prlco of bran I lower than nt any other time of tho year, and It I then that I lay In my supply. If the breeder ha nono but breed Ing ewe, then the rntlon should be Elevation of Poultry House 30 Feet Long, 10 Wide. Window Openings oats and bran, or bran, oats nnd (m)Are Four Feet High and Five Long; This Is Divided, Each Frame pets at tho rato of two part oats, f Being Two by Two and Feet. one part bran and ono part pons. If In rcsponso to a query for n design are raised from tbo floor, and have a fodder Is to be the principal part of slanting lid turned down at night to tno lorago a small supply of oil meal for a poultry bouso to nccommodatc 125 fowls, the Country should be laid In. Gentleman prevent tho hens from roosting In or makes tho following reply; on the neitfl. The loosts aro elevated For 125 fowls, the arrangement or 30 Inches above tho floor. This allows FORM FOR A CONCRETE TANK tho homo Illustrated Is Ideal. It can tho iiens to get beneath tho dropping-boarbe built on any farm; it will shelter and under tbo nests as well. One 8hown In Illustration That Will and protect poultry In the coldest Tho dropping bonrd beneath the roost Not Break and Will Come cllmato; and egg production should bo should bo tnado of Out Easily. plentiful In such a house during tbo flooring, with the grain of tbo wood I havo found an Inside form for coldest winter weather, providing the toward the front. This Is moro easily cleaned than If laid lengthwise. Tho building roncreto tanks that Is a great poultry aro properly fed. The building is 10 feet wide and 30 dropplng-boarIs supported by feet Improvement on anything thnt I havo yet seen. You ennnot possibly break long; the elevation In front Is ten which rest on tho floor, and the roost are set In grooves In the It, nnd tt comes out easily 24 hours feet and five In the rear. This give after tho tank Is poured, says a writer a good fall for the roof and provide A building llko thli Is easily kept Tho floor should be of In Farm and Home. The form Is made, sufficient height for tho roosting of clean. tho fowls. The window In the front A good cement floor Is always of the house have 18 panes of eight dry and clean. It should be well cov by ten glass In each. Ilotween the crcd fn winter with dry straw, in sum windows aro four openings four feet mer with sand or earth from the high and two and wide. fields. Tbese openings aro closed with In caring for a building of this kind, frames covered with heavy muilm tho entire Interior can bo swept out cloth. Tho outside of these, as well with the broom. There are no crevices aa the glass window, are covered with to harbor Insects. The rooat poles may half-Incmesh poultry netting. This bo carried out for cleaning, and the Is to prevent the poultry getting out entire dropping board sprayed with " Tank Form. and sparrows from flying through tbo tho spray pump. The nest boxes be During window. the summer the ing hung against tho wall, are quick In four .pieces, but Instead of being cut at tho corners, the cut Is made frames, which arc hinged at tho top ly removed for cleaning. With every on Inside, are turned up against thing removed and the entire Interior Just around the corner In each case, the the roof, permitting free circulation swept out clean, tho building Is ready as shown In the Illustration. I required, the win- for spraying. The advantage of the The best way to mako It la to build of air. When air tt of the required slxe, then take a dows can be lowered from the top. cement floor Is cleanliness and protec- saw and cut down the sides a few Inches from each corner, ns at a. Make these cuts diagonal, so the form will pull apnrt easily. Then nail a board, b, securely over each cut, and allow the nail heads to project slightly, so that they can easily be pulled with a hammer. of Illustration Of One-Hal- d tonguc-and-groov- e cross-piece- L Are you not far advanced! Then enter the ' FOUNDATION 8CH00L, Tho. A. Edwards, Superintending Her jresj will be placed with others like yourself, under a special teacher, and make) most rapid progress. You will matter Arithmetic and the common branches and be ready to use them. You will have singing, drawing, and household management, and free textbook. One year in the Fdua. station School costs less than $90 and is worth $1,000 Are you aiming to be a tc&cuor? Then join the NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlntmore, Dean. Hero you wlU be M trained that you will fear no examination, and you will bo taught hew teach. Tho demand tor Dcrca. trained teacher far exceed thesupply. Are you Interested In earning money! THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Mile E. Marsh, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home 8clence. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Business Course, Eto. Here you soon double your Mining power, and learn to enjoy deAsst thlngs In a superior manner. Are you desiring the next best thing to a College Course? Then two years or three year In the GENERAL ACADEMY COUR8E, Francis E. Mstheny, Dean. years, or three years, In such practical studies as will fit you for an honor able and useful life. You select your studies from such as these: Physiology tho science of health; Civics tho science of government; a ram mar ; the art of correct spoech and Ethics the science of right and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligences Botany necessary for the doctor and Interesting; to every lady; Physlcs)--th- e science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc, etc, (Do you wish to prepare to enter Collogo? Btart in the fn Book-Bindin- letter-writing- one-hal- f BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Franols E. Ma then. Dean. Best training In Mathematics, Language, Science and History. Tbo s Academy ha it own and Men's Dormitory, and a large body of students of high character and ability, ablet instructors. and as of OaV leg Library and apparatus. class-room- Berea College The College ft self stands apart from all the other schools under It ssa syrcment and has long maintained the highest standard known ha the South, To conform to the Carnegie standards wo have diminished our former requirements! Required and elective studies with opportunity to eoaosatxase) an particular lines. Largest college library In Kentucky. Laboratories quipped for student practice. Court ea leading to the degrees of A. B B. B, B. L, and B. Ped. MUSIC (Singing Free). Reed Organ. Vole Culture, Piano, Theory, Band, may be taken for special fees In connection with work hi any of tao abova schools. Questions Answered Berea, Friend or Working Students. Berea College, with Its atSltate4t Institution. It requires certain fees. bsaV is not a money-makintt expend many thousands of dollar each, year for the benefit ot its ts, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for stud eater to earn and save in every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect .the character and reputation of the young people. Our students cob fress ue nest families and are earnest to do well and improve. For any whs l be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents la Berea live In College buildings. assist In work of boarding ball, farm and shop, receiving valuable trabv log; and getting pay according to the value ot their' labor. Except la wis, ter It 1 expected that all will have a chance to earn a part ot their eaW ' pense. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, eto, vary with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate la the best, but aa students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrella and overshoe are necessary. Ths Cooperative Store furnishes book, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas anal 1 other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below coat. The College asks no real for the fine buildings in which sti'denta live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing ot bedding an towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week. In the fsJL, and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of beading, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEE8 are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but onco, and la returaeel when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care ot school bulleV ings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services ot teachers all our Instruction la a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students Is $5.00 a term, $C.00 In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 la courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental tee and room rent by (he term, board by the halt term. Installments are aa follows: schools, g ata-cenColl-glato Good Rack While fodder wben given out of doors should be fed In feed racks and not on the ground, It Is Imperative for the ground surrounding the racks to slope away In all directions, and often It would bo better still If tile drained. Dry Shed for 8heep. Sheep should have a good dry shod to sleep and rest In during tho fall of the year and preferably should be shut In In such shed over night to as sure against their not straying out during rains, as they often do If thoy are not shut In. Hog's Thin Covering. It should be remembered that a hog's coat of hair Is not heavy nor of the kind to keep out extreme cold. Con sequently It feels tho change In temperature most keenly. for Fodder. . Interior View, Showing Roosts and Dropping Board (r), Water Pans (w). Nests (n), Muslin Front Window (m). The fowls can go in and out either through tho main door at tho end or opening may be cut through tho front or renr of the building. In the rear are roosts sufficient tor 125 fowls. Tho four roosts occupy 115 feet each, or 100 running feet of roost tlon from vermin. The feed hopper can be tilled with dry mash or other grain, which Is one of the most successful methods of feeding. The muslin covered windows cannot have ono tbey wilt be found In the scrap pile nt any blacksmiths. The manner of using thnni Is so clearly defined In tho drawings that further elaboration Is unnecessary. Fig. 1 shows how tho old boiler was used for mnklng a feed manger and Fig, 2 xbows how a scond boiler was used for making a bog trough. Selecting the Deit Heifers. In fall nnd winter an tho cows come fresh In milk will bo Just tbo tlnio to select the most promising heifer calf to raise for tho dnlry. With good feeding, comfortable quarters and proper raro tbey should do finely through the winter, and bo ready to turn to pasture another spring. Runty Males. There little bop for the farmer who prefers to buy runty males, and considers thnt breeders of purebred stock nro robbing their customers. If he succeeds It will be In spite of his methods, not because of them. In la. bo too highly recommended. No matter how cold tho weather may be, the poles, allowing tho proper proportion ventilation through the muslin cur of spaco for each hen; this would pro tains Is beneficial to the poultry. The Kindness Is Best. build- muslin shields from wind currents or Kindness Is one of the cheapest and vide for 125. At each end of the best rations you can feed to your ing Is ii food hopper with three apart- drafts, but permits a tree circulation building and stock. They relish It more than the ments. In tho middle of tho floor are of air throughout the most succulent thing you can put be three largo crocks for water. Water prevents dampness gathering on the fountains or pans can be used. In the walls. fore them. front of tbo building, underneath tho Oregon Hop Output. muslin covered window, aro the nest boxes, 12 InclieB wide and IS deep, proTbo output of the Oregon hop fields viding ono nest for every eight hens. Is estimated this year nt from 35,000 If needed, moro nests of the same to 105,000 bales. Taking 100.000 kind can be built against the sldo bales as a fair figure, the Oregon bop crop will bring Into the state, figuring wnlls. The Interior view shows plainly the on tho probable price, no less tban construction of tho nest boxes, which $5,500,000. Is not a strong reason for letting It remain. Tho condition of the pasture only can bo tnkcn ns Indicative of whether It should remain or be demolished. Some fields are so foul that a summer fallow Is urgently needed In their redemption. I am not adverse to this course, though It means delay and If tho fields are not actually overrun with tenacious weeds, they may be broken up In the fall, cleaned as much as possible In the spring and persevere with In the succeeding year. If land Is plowed In the fall, harrowed In the spring, cleaned as much as possible and a gTaln crop with rather thick seeding Introduced, tho weeds will have experienced a severe setback by the fall and If care? fully prepared for rooja to follow; qulto a new state of things will be FALL TERM Incidental Fee Room Board, 7 week Vocational Academy and Foundation School. and Normal. $ 6.00 6.60 9.45 $ COO 7,00 9.46 $22.45 9.45 '1 Collect, f 7.0 1 9.4 PLOW UP WORN Hurley sprouts aro a good feed, but not very palatable. The conrso bog, llko the elephantine steer, la n relic of tho past. Amount due Sept. 13, 1911 , ... $20.05 Board 7 week, duo Nor. 1, 1911....... 9.45 2J.4B l.4 IS2J4) 32.49J 1J Nothing 0UJJPASTURES Fields Total for term If paid In advance WINTER TERM $29.50 S29.0O $ 5.00 COO $31.90 31.40 Get Blankets for Horsee. Don't forget to purchase horse blanket bctoro cold weather begins. Uso them when horses nro bitched outside In the cold nnd wet. The price for a horse blanket may save the price of a horse. Attention to Cot's Feet. horse with four absolutely sound lgs Is worth Id the murket almost whatever tbo owner chooses to ask for blm. This being the case, attention to the colt's feet and to the shoeing later Is well worth while. A To Secure Good Results. Unless you are willing to give time and attention to valuable stock, don't be too nnxlous to acquire such. Remember, however, that any animal must have rational treatment to give good result. Feeding Too Much Corn, Hogs will make from 10 to 12 pounds of in est lwe weight for each bushel of corn eaten, but because of this too many farmers feed too much corn. Coarseness Indicates low, vitality. slow feeding qualities nnd sluggish ness. It Is surprising bow fast n pig can bo made to grow when It Is properly fed and cared for. There Is now more hog cholera In tho country. If reports are to be relied upon, than ever before. Lack of exercise and too much car bonaceous food will necessitate an early market for the young porkora. A good boar to head tho herd le used to a great disadvantage It the breeding sowa be not well selected. purga- a Linseed oil tlyo and flaxseed fed In any consider able quantity would be extremely laxative. The humane man la comfortable when his stock is comfortable, and when they are III nt ease he Is In the same condition. Flaxseed meal may be fed to all kluds of stock, but owing to Its large content of oil, It must be used In very limited amount. In giving any kind of live stock water In the winter that causes them to shiver. Is a loss. A little shivering prevent a day's growth. Charcoal, ashes and salt help to keep the hoga digestive system In good condition and should be kept within the reach of the animals at all timet. 1 well-know- That Summer Fallow is Required for Their Redemption. C. are Frequently so Foul Incidental Fee Room Ard, 6 week I COO 1.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $28.50 $ 6.00 4.00 4.76 $15.75 4.75 7.29 9.00 22.20 9.00) TJ4 9.9 (Ily S. MILLER.) It Is well to have a good reason for everything and the main reason for plowing up pastures Is when tbo forage plants become scarce and thin and weeds and moss are plentiful. Many such fields are found and tbey are allowed to remain so a most profitless proceeding, tor while we Amount due Jan. 3, 1912 Board 6 weeks, due Fob. 14, 1912 Total tor term If paid In advance SPRING TERM $31.20 $30.70 $ COO 6.00 $.75 t. i Incidental have many light And poor crops on pastures are arable land, worn-ou- t quite as common. It may be the argument Is that there Is not the expense of cultivation that thero Is with arable. This Is true, but unremuneratlvo grass land Is aa undeslrnble as any other. The durability of pastures depends to a great extent to tho clean stato and good heart of the land wben the seed Is sown and also on the quality of the seed. Some are really perennial nnd permanent, others contain a great many weeds and all such pastures fall away In a fw years. Renovating may be attempted and Is often successful If begun In time, but as a rule nothing short of plowing up and recultlyatlng make really satisfactory permanent pasture.' To say that a Held has only been laid down a tew years and cannot need renewal Room Beard, 6 weeks Amount due March 27, 1912 Board 6 weeks, due May 1.1912 lee 117.71 C7S 124.69 $21.50 Total for term 24.0 122.09 If paid. In advance Hog Feeding. Hog feeders are coming to understand that skim milk from the separator Is worth much more than that obtained by deep setting, open setting young man or young woman can get an education at. Any or the .common skim milk of the Berea If thero Is the will to do so. creamery You will get better results It ib n great advantage to start In the Fall and havo a full year of confrom feeding skim milk wben It is tinuous study. Many young people waste time in the public scbjools gowarm and fresh than If It Is allowed ing over and over the same things, when they mlgbt bo Improving much to stand over night. faster by coming to Berea and starting in on new studies with some ot (he-bes-t young men and women from other counties und States. Deit. Poultry Showing. The United plates makes the best Mako your plans to come January 3d. poultry wlioulng In the world. Its For Information or friendly advice write tc the Hecietary. flocks number 8r.0OO.00O. und the Is now more than yearly egg output experienced. Plan Now, Come January 3d able-bodie- d 6,000,000.001 D. WALTER MORTON, erea, ky. Page tight. THE GITIZEN. November 33, 1911. riononooononononoonoenoonoonomoonoonooono Hast fventucKy correspondence I News You Get Nowhere Else Ka U .ij,-o o o ' (all iy lie Mtrt romMict tMltbt4 .nidi slfsH la ot tood filth. H1r. pUUIy. Writ! stMsscs not for pabttcitlss, but lit o 31 HOHOHonononDnonBiiuiiuii Plan for January 3 Rooms Scarce-Engage i One Now Tho very unusual rush to Dcrca this fall has filled up tho rooms available for students so that thoso who wish to como at tho opening of winter terra, Jan. 3, must bo suro to tend their dollar deposit and engage a tho ISth Inst, on business. room right now. Wo hopo to bo ablo to accommodate thoso who aro teaching and wish to pursue their Normal studies In tho winter and occasionally. Sarah and Der- tha Hurst aro on tho sick list. Mrs. Sarah being bed-fnwith something llko tho grip. Almcda Kvans visited homo folks on Red Lick Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Lucy Dean and her Infant child aro very sick. J ml so J. R. Llewellyn and C. I. Moore, o. McKoc, wero in S. A. Englo's Court called day. Mr. J, II, Orannaman was In Conwny, hunting, a fow days last wcclc, Mr, and Mrs. Richard Karly visited friends In Jackson last week, Mr. I majority. Preparations aro being and Mrs. J. N. Reynolds and Mr. and ' mado to build a church houso at Mrs. J. K. Hughes of Paris visited Grassy Dranch (or tho Daptlst and at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Methodists Tho people aro busy ga- Roynolds last week. Arthur Frankthering their corn and say It Is dam- - lin, con of Mm. Ella Franklin, Is very sick at this writing. I vcrj, gCArco lhg part ot lho coun. try owing to tho drouth last fall and FARMERS' INSTITUTE Is worth $1 per bushel. Eggs 20 cents, Continued from I'lrtt race sweet potatoes CO cents, Irish $1, mo2:00 Education for tho Farmer lasses CO cents. Hoso Gabbard has M. C. Rankin, Stato Commissioner of boon sick for a fow days. cd at Aunt Mary Gabbard's, 8aturda7 nd Sunday night. Tlio Cow Creek - ROYAL BAKING POWDER Akmmtulily Abmmttrtmty ham nm mukmUiuim ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ItOGKrOltlt Rockford, Nov. 20. There has been qulto a lot of heavy winds which blow down most all shock fodder In this section nnd uncapped Bevcrnl stacks of hay. No damago dono to buildings. Tho barn of II. E. Uullcn was cd last wook with Its contents Includ- ling qulto a lot of fertilizer, only $100 Insurance. No duo is yet known. J The Httlo son of Dan on Is low at this writing. Twelve days ago It drank somo lamp oil. After this other diseases set In and tho Httlo follow Is not expected to live. Henry Downinn of Conwny was In Rockford, Saturday, ou business. Daddlo and Mamma Todd aro well as usual at this writing. Next Saturday Is tho day set for tho ordination of liro. James Hardin ot Macedonia eh a minister ot tho gcspcl. T. C. Vlars and daughter, Dulah, wero In Derea last week. J. W. Todd Is selling qulto a lot ot sawed shingles. J. S. Wnddlo and M. D. McUulro are manufacturers of same. Wm. Qadd was at Rockford today on business. Robert Dowman and family are visiting home- folks at Rockford and Robert is taking full benefit of tho game- law as ho Is a good marksman. Mrs. M. J. ! burn-arrival ' Camor-Jncksonvll- Agriculture. 3:00 Fruit Growing Prof. Smith, Richmond Normal. 4:00 Excursion to Collego Cardcn "nd Fnrm' Evening Session Lecturo on Lu 7:30 Stereoptlcon ther Durbank, tho Groat Farmer Pro fessor Smith, Richmond Normal. MADISON COUNTY K1NCJ8TON Nov. 18. Mr, Kingston, and Mrs. spring, and as many others as possi- Whit Moody are rejoicing over 'ho of a boy on tho 12th Mr. and ble, particularly tho farm boys who WEDNESDAY, NOV. 29 Farm Mrs. Roy Hudson wero tho gu sts wish tho winter term In Morning Session tho lattcr's parents, Wednesday night. Management. 9:00 Devotional Exercises. Secretary. Let Young left, Friday, for Miss Jessie Wrlto today to tho 9:15 Grasses Mr. Patrick, Stato Fla., whero tho will )0 us hear from you and wo will mal.o Agricultural Corps. tho guest of her uncle, Mr. Thomas you wclcomo and comfortable. 10:00 Recreation. Coyle, for tho next six months, MUs D. Walter Morton, Dcrca. Ky. 10:10 Poultry liaising D. W. MorOra Flancry and mother wro shopton, Scc'y Ucrea College. JACKSON COUNTY ping in Richmond, Tuo.'day. Mrs. 10:45 The Mountain Fanner Clark MrKKK Lowls Sandlln is visiting r latlvrs in Wilson, Derea College. McKeo, Nov. 20. There was sous Lancaster, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Dairying Wm. Flancry, 11:00 service at tho Academy last Sunday John C. Powell left, Saturday, for a Supt. Derea Collego Farm. W. visit with relatives In Ohio nnd othT beginning at 7 p. m. Judge J. Afternoon Session Mulllns had a now chimney built to plnces, Wesley Webb mado a busi1:30 Fertilizers Carl S. Kirk. Ashis dwelling last week. Work on C. ness trip to Richmond, Wcdnetd y. Mrs. Rose Turlcy Is spndlng this P. Moore's houso has been delayed sistant Commissioner of Agriculture. 2:00 Round Table Led by Comfor lack of lumber. L. V. Morris and week with her sister, Mrs. Ella Moody. family returned last Tuesday from a Miss Suda Powell mado a busln ss missioner Rankin. 2:45 Crop Rotation and Tho Soil-P- rof. visit to Dcrca and Richmond. James trip to Richmond. Saturday. John e Hayes and Hugh Collier wero bird Webb and Wilscn Fields '.hi F. O. Clark, Derea Collego. hunting near Wclchburg tho latter guests of tho former's parents from 3:30 Recreation. part of last week. Mrs. Isaac Mess-ler- 's Saturday till Monday. 3:45 Dookkoeplng for tho Farme- rMr. Morton, Sec'y Derea College. mother and sister returned homo man ill. If, 4:15 Vegetablo Gardening J. last week. Mrs. Mossier has gono to Dig Hill, Nov. 20. W. C. Haley has Mullett, Supt. Dorea Collego Garden. New York on business. It Is rumor- moved to his property Just vacated ed that Dan Ward of Gray Hawk has by J. D. Richardson, who was post purchased a farm from J. It. Hayes master hero for several years. Mr. near McKee. J. H. Reynolds was In Richardson has moved to his properGray Hawk, Sunday. ty at Derca. I. A. Hunter has mov Governor Willson Ismes Thaaksgivug Proc Unities FOXTOWN. , ed Into his new store on Dig Hill Foxtown, Nov. 18. Tho teacher at and Richmond Plko. Mrs. Luy By the custom of our fathers from all of the years since 1639, Pond School, Miss Sarah Tlllery, pass- Gordon of Lexington Is spending a and following the proclamation of the United States, I appoint and set ed yesterday enrouto to Gray Hawk few weeks with her brother, Philip aside Thursday, the thirtieth day of November, lyil, as a day of to visit home folks, accompanied Hayes. Mrs. P. Hayes fell, Monday, Thanksgiving to our God for His bounty and His blessings. Our by her brother. G. G. Steel is erectcountry has been spared the trials of war and burdens of sorrow and and sprained her knee, but Is some suffering. We have enjoyed the blessings of peace and of a high deing a nlco dwelling houso on his better. P. Hayes has something like gree of happiness and generous gifts. No civil disorders have brought farm on Cavanaugh. Nearly every- lagrippe. Wllllo and Lucy Hayes sorrow or shame to our Commonwealth. body has lagrlppe at this place. n. wero shopping In Richmond, SaturWe have kept the covenant of the law with each other and with G. Harrison who has been sick somo day. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Neoly went our Maker. We have maintained peace, neighborly good will and Improving. Mr. J. C. visiting friendship throughout the boundaries ot the Commonwealth without time Is slowly with their daughter, Sunday. reproach. We have enjoyed the blessing of liberty and complete freeIsaacs purchased a horse from PatMrs, Llda and Artlo Abrams went dom under the law. The public peace and the fair name of the State Recco of Dry Fork, last week. rick visiting on Big Hill, Saturday and have not been marred by feuds or lawless bands. Our people have The Misses Rosle and Nancy Isaacs Sunday. Reo Abrams and Lucy Hayes worked together with mutual good will and honest respect for each other's opinions, faith and feelings, as they never did before. visited their aunt, Mrs. Katie Rose, called on Will Abrams and family The solid foundation ofVife government by our fathers has up.last Saturday night and Sunday. The last week. Henry Roberts, son of held our institutions and fulfilled the just expectations of our forewidow Russell had a working (corn Mrs. Joe Recce, Is married. A fruit fathers. Our crops have given rich returns for the labor of the fanngathering) yesterday, but reports poor supper was held at Dobtown School er. Our factories have produced a great output. All our business Moore of Nathaa-to- n Houso last Saturday night Interests have prospered, and for all these gifts and blessings to our attendance. Will for the country and old Kentucky, I cat! upon our people to gather In their visited his brother, Alfred, ono purposo of having a Christmas tree. homes and churches to render prnle and thanks to our Lord. night last week. Tho Magistrate, Mr. T. J. Robinson was in Richmond, Given under my hand and seal of the State at the Capitol at John A. Fowler, died the first of this Saturday. Quito a large crowd atFrankfort this thirteenth day of November, 1911, and of ihe IndependGreen Harri- tended ence of the United States the one hundred and thirty-sixtweek, from tuberculosis. church at Narrow Gap, Sun son of Gray Hawk was visiting at J. daysMr. and Mrs. Salllo Wilson sold l$y the Governor, AUGUSTUS K. WILLSON. I. Roso's, Friday night. Dr. Hill, their farm and have gone to Drowns-burSecretary of State, trained nurso from New York, who Ind. Manse Rector, a brother II EN L. 11RUNER, Is at McKeo passed thru Wednesday ot Mrs. James Asbury, Is dead. He -' to sco D. G. Harrison. Assistant Secretary of State. died of consumption and was laid UO II. K. A. COOK. to rest In tho Silver Creek burying child ground. Hugh, Nov. 20. The Httlo of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Perry died, SILVER CREEK Nov. 16th, a?o ono year and nineteen Silver Creek, Nov. 21. Hog killing days. Tho bereaved ones havo our Todd, postmaster at Rockford, his NEWS OF THE WEEK heartfelt sympathy. Several people Is all tho go In this neighborhood. hauling staves at present at this Mr. A. D. Evcrsolo of Whitehall U boon very sick for tho past few days are Continued from fir it pKr place. Mrs. Salllo Fowler has moved visiting relatives at this place. Mr. but is better at this time. Sbo bad to tho J. A. Parks stand and has a Tobo Todd Is building a now barn. D. symptoms of fcvcr.I M. Dullcn Is sevcro quake was felt In Switzerland E C Pulllns passed thru enrouto for building a largo tool houso whtch will about 10:20 a. m. Nov. 17. full stock of merchandise. M. Dengo, M. T. Todd, Miss Frankie Pow-- Jackson Co. to buy fur. Mr. and Mrs. 1 qulto a resting place for his EXPORTS OF RAISINS FROM THE UNITED STATES. oil and Miss Estclla Sparks visited Alfred Johnson aro tho proud parenta tools which have so long stood tho friends at Eglon last Saturday and cf a Httlo boy. John Kindred's lit weather. Moro than ono million dollars worth CLIMAX Sunday. Egga aro 24 cents per doz. lu baby died, Friday and was burifd of raisins wero exported from tho Saturday, at tho Kindred cemetery. 20. Nov. Aunt Rosy United States In tho. last fiscal year, at this place and butter 20 cents. Climax, Next Saturday and Sunday aro our Tho bereaved family have our deepest Holl'nsasvorth Is not Improving much. tho quantity, 18 2 million pounds, a regular meetings. Hopo everybody tymnathy. Mrs. M. L. Spink of Sho has boon sick a long whllo and being far In oxcers of the total exvisited Mrs. J. W. Johnson, Mo.v ,wo f'ar sho will rot recover. Dr. R. ported In any earlier year. Tho imout. will be t ay. IIUIU.KT III. Liwls ot Wlldlo purchased a nlco ports during tho year amounted to ! Hurley, Nov. 17. There Is much saddle horse tho other day to rldo to only 2 2 million pounds, against 13 ESTILL COUNTY see tho sick folks. Ho paid $200 for million pounds In I'jOO and as high cs sickness in this communnlty among WAnr.Ksvii.t.r: children. Tho Rev. Flynn preached at Wagorsvillo, Nov. 20. Corn gathT- - him. Willie Joucs of Goochland who CO million pounds In certain years this place, Sunday and Sunday night. Ing Is tho order of tho day hero. The was arrested and charged with fraud prior to tho development of production Wm. and Frank Lakes ot Loam at- Misses Fan Scrlvnor, Anna M. and Ida lias gained his liberty by tho plaintiff In tho United States. Canada Is by tended church at Indian Creek, Sun- Flynn, and Florence Cox and Mr. Jno. not producing sufficient proof to far tho largest market for American day. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert woro tho guests of Ms3 Nettle tnbllsh his guilt. Isaac Rcctcr Is Just raisins exported, s. Anderson, a fine ten pound girl, Nov. Noland, Saturday night and Sunday. out from an nttack of pneu-MrJOSEPH PULITZER AIDS. EDU1st. Win. Isaacs and Jako Gabbard W. G. Kldwcll of Jackson, Mich., monla. G. V. Holllngsworth rnssed CATION went to Letter Box, Saturday. Pal aud Mrs. Jltn Kelly ot Clays Ferry thru our town going to Wlldle, Bun- Tho will of Josoph Pulltzor, tho Gabbard went to see his sister, Mrs. wcro called homo, Friday, to oco day, attor medicine for h's mother. very tholr mother, Mrs. Kato Wilson, who Wm. Morris, who Is roported was visiting his nunt, millionaire Now Ycrk newspaper pub-Arthur Clark poorly. Leonard Johnson of Sand Is dangerously 111. Mr and Mrs, Simp Sarah Roctor, Sunday. J. M. Rec- lishor, shown something of a philanGap attended church at this place, Warfcrd and children spent Sunday tor was visiting h's parents. Mr. and thropic spirit. Ono million gofs to Sunday night. Wiley Roberts of this with Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Scrlvner. tho Columbia university for tho establish-moMrs. I. Rector, Sunday. Well of a school of Journalism which Saturplaco and Jcsso Gabbard left Tho Misses Maudo Park and Katheriro Republicans of our town aro cn lho day for tho U. S. Army. It has been Wagers were shopping In Irvlno, Sat- droop now and Democrats wear a ought to provo offoctlvo in tho upreported slnco that they are la urday. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Flynn aro smile slnco the election but wo will lift and advancomont of the profesMissouri. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Gabplanning to go to Florida to spend turn their pleasant smllo a year from sion. Many other big universities and institutions ot prominence rccelvo a bard visited at Sand Gap, Saturday tli a winter. Mrs. Suslo Wilson and now In tho National ticket. share. and Sunday. James Ramsey of Gray children, Emma and Willie, were tin W! 1.111 K Hawk visited his sister, Mrs. George guests ot Mrs. Jas. Flynn last week. Wlldlo, Nov. 20. Earner Hayes left McCollum, at this placo, Sunday. CALLS ON THE GITIZEN Miss Myrtlo Alcorn and brother, last week for Iowa where ho Is ex- Ned Gabbard and G?orgo McCo'lum Mlllard wero tho guests of Miss Nettle pcctlng a Job as telegraph operator. went to Derea last week with a load Noland a fow days last week! MUs Ellen Wild of Langford visited Mr. O. J. Gentry, Tho Citizen's friends" hero Mrs. correspondent from Island City, Ows- of Bwoet potatoos. Prayer meeting last week. OWSLEY COUNTY Goorgo U:thurum who has been cn Icy County, was In Dorea, Monday, at Indian Crook every Saturday night, 1UCKTOWN and Sunday School every Sunday tho sick list for some time la rapid- coming over from Richmond where Rtcetown, Nov. 18. Tho first snow ly Improving. at two o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Samu-- l ho had boen attending tho Federal ot the season fell hero, Sunday, Nov. Coffey ot Dlsputanta wero tho guests Court. Mr. Gentry is an assistant to CLOVER BOTTOM Clover Dottom, Nov. 20 On the 12th. J. O. Rowlett of Travelers Rst o Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Coffoy a United States Marshal Mays and has ICth Inst tho infant child ot Alex was hero lost week selling mcdlclng. portion cf last week. Mr. and Mrs. mado many raids In his and adjoining A Ray Wilson of Cow Creek spent laU Allen Durdctto wero lu Mt, Vernon, counties and destroyed many moonPerry was found dead In bed. coroner's inquest resulted In a ver- Saturday night and Sunday with Jas. Monday, to s?e their niece, Mrs. Bob shine distilleries and captured thlr dict that tho child bad been sick R. Gabbard. D. G. Reynolds of Cow Langfcrd, who Is not expected to ownora and operators. He Is In tho from latency and that It died with Creek was here last week buying fur. Hvo but a short time. There has bern business not only for the money therfl MUs Lillian Ab- 1 Abel Gabbard has moved from Cow several quail killed in this part since Is In It but for tho good he can do spinal disease. rams, who has bad typhoid for 21 Creek to this place. Mrs. Luther the 16th. Mr. and Mrs. Geo Carton his county, he being a strong tcmper- days, la very low. Dr. Settle Is there Hicks Is very poorly at this writing. of Scaffold Cano visited frlends anco man. Accompanied by Mr. Dov-Mo.man, an old citizen of Owsley who all tho time and Dr. Hayes has been Tho Revs. Roberts and Helton preach- - hero from Saturday until . . w-rg, . 11 j I Ite-:cnt n- Many mixtures arc offered as substitutes for Royal. No other baking powder is the same In composition or effectiveness, or so wholesome and economical, nor will make such fine food. Royal Is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar E. M poles to Whlto nt 4, thenco N. E. 45 poles to a black gum at old corner nt C, thenco down Owsley Fork N. 20 W. 41 poles, thenco N. 47 W. 29 poles crossing raid Fork 10 a stnko at Junction ot Owsley's and tlluo Lick Fork at 7, thence up Blue Lick Fork S. 4C, W. 10 poles, thenco LETTER TO THE EDITOR N. 10. W. 13 poles, thenco 8. 75, W. 10 poles to astako at Water Gap ut Mind, P. I., Sept. 20, 1911. 10, thenco N. 30, W. IOC poles to a Tho Cltlzeh, take on old line, at 11, thenco fi. Derea, Ky. 7fs W. 14C poles to a whlto oak at Dear Editor: 12, thonco S. 4C, E. 34 poles, thenco I am sending these fow lines from 3. 52 poles to tho beginning, containtho far off Philippines and hope that ing 202 acres moro or less. they will find space In your paper. I Terms; Said land will bo sold on & suppose that tho teachers ot Derea credit ot six and 12 months time. havo almost forgotten mo by now but Tho purchaser being required to exeI can say that I shall never forgot cute two bonds of 500 each payablo them. I was In Derea College for four to tho Commissioner for tho benefit years, beginning with the 7th grade of tho two Infants and tho reel duo In and completing tho 2nd year Normal two equal amounts payablo to A. 13. which would have mado mo a graduBlusher bearing 6 per cent Interest ate this year If I had staid. I often from date ot salo until paid with lien think of tho happy hours which wero retained to secure tho payment of vpent in Prof, and Mrs. Dlnsmore'a all tho purchase money. classes and also of tho ones which Rice, M. C. M. C. C. II. woro spent at work with Miss Corwln COMMISSIONER'S SALE her staff In tho library. and I Joined tho army in Dec. and was sent almost direct from Columbus Bar Derca Dank and Trust Co., Plaintiff vs. racks to tho 6th Infantry which was stationed at Camp Kelthley, Mind, F. G. Blazer, etc., Defendants. Under and by vlrtuo ot a Judgment P. L, and havo been In "G" Co. ev;r pretty and order of salo rendered at tho since. At first things looked bluo but I suppose that they do to October term of the Madison Circuit In the above styled action, tho all recruits. Thero happened to be Court uudorslgnrd Master Commissioner ot about ten In the Co. from Kentucky Monday tho 4th nnd we would all fim? our "Old Ken- said Court will on tucky Home' and tho rain and clouds day ot Doc., 1911, at 11 o'clock a, m. would disappear ne if by magic. A In front of tho Court Houso door In highest soldier from Kentucky will almost Richmond, Ky., soil to tho to "atten- and best bidder nt public auction the forget himself and stand property or so tion" when ho hears tho "Old Ken- following described lho much thereof as will produco tucky Homo" played. sum ot 3S0."2 and tho cost ot this cerTho scones of tho Island aro 01, 1- lives In Derea, ho visited tho office of tho Citizen and also several depart- ments ot tho school In which ho Is especially Interested. Ho Is to make a trip this week to Atlanta, Ga., In chargo of several prisoners convicted at tho present term of tho Court. a tainly very Interesting. I spent ssver-- al days whllo In Manila In looking over tho city. Tho streets nro very narrow but aro kept clran. The houses Aro built of stono and are of ancient architecture, tho windows having heavy Iron bars put In which wero for tho safety of tho Spanish against tho natives. Our Co. Is now at Camp Momungan duty. This makes flvo on out-pomonths slnco wo left headquarters but If nothing hnppens will go back to Kclthtoy about Nov. 1st, Nearly all tho rest of tho Companies aro now Tho out In tho field after Mercs. Moros aro a pretty tough set of Malays. They think, If they kill a Christian, they are certain of Heaven and when they get to fooling around (ho sentry at night they get n trip thero or somewhere clso. st action: A certain houso nnd lot In B"rea, Madison County, Ky., on tho South aldo of Conter Street, and being the East halt of lot No. 2, In Elder addition, nnd bounded on tho north by Center Street, on tho East by Mrs. King's, on tho south by Atnbroso alloy and on tho west by Robert Hoy ston's fronting 50 feet on Center St. and running back 2C0 feet. Terms: Said property will bo sold on n crcdlt of six months tlmo or purchaser mny pay cash It d?alred. If sold on tlmo tho purchaser will rfiulrcd to oxecuto bonds with approved security bearing; C per Interest from date of salo until palJ with a Hen retained to securo payment of same. 1 -.t H. C. Rico, M. C. M. C. C. BEST BARGAINS Dest Bargains that have ever been getting along flno. It certainly Is bet- offered In farms, beautiful building ter than walking post In tho rain lots, houses and lots, and first class and mud, for this tho beginning cf business lots. We can suit the purtho W9t season and tho rains nro chaser In almost any kind ot propervery severe. ty ho wants, as the above have been I would llko very much to got a carefully selected In the most deslr-abl- o my teachers good long letter from all We parts of the town. and classmates and will bo very thank- can sell you a farm of a fow acres ful to get tho opportunity to answr. near town for a small amount of With best wishes for Derea College, money, or, anything from this up to Its teachers and studonts. I remain, a first class Dluo Grass farra. Andrew H. Dowma u' If you have any notion ofbecom-ln- g Co. O. Cth Infantry, Camp Kclthtoy, interested In a beautiful location Mind. P. I. at, or near Derea, It will certaluly be to your Interest to call aud Bee or I nm now Company Clerk nnd am cqmmissionerTsale write to Wyatt and Cornelius, Real Estate Rooms No. 1, 2 and 10. vs. Derea Dank and Trust Co., Building, Milliard Slushcr. etc., Defendants. Derea, Ky. Under nnd by virtue of a Judgment and order of salo renderod at tho 60 YGAHS' EXPERIENCE October Term of the Madison Circuit Court In tho nbovo styled action the undorslgncd Master Commlrs'onor of said Court will on Monday, tho fourth day or December, 1011, In front of the Court House door In Richmond, insni manna Ky., at 11 o'clock a. m. sell to the DcSIONa highest and best bidder at public ConmiaHTS Ac Anron Mitln( a tkilrh and Ancrtpilrm nT auction tho following boundary rt oleklr axcrmlii our oHiiIiui H keilw m ntblj tuiiaiilnhlvCninBiunlm. fin hiVwi land. Uoiu trlctlr eonilileiil UU HaWbaM on Vml uiU frM. Beginning at a stake in tho cenMt lnl tiMMt $ filer rvr rraiiiia, ttktn tnruuth Iluuii a t Kwui wAUt, nit houS cLr, lu lim ter ot tho Dluo Lick Fork, on a line to Jeff Robinson, at A, thenco with SckNtific said lino S. 9 W. 85 poles to a stouo lr. fart Mt olr. A i4oiualrlllartrkll ol int arlti'Ullo (irnl, Triua, S) corner to M. Parkar'a at 2, thence t r roar iohUu SL Bvklbf kUMsMna". with said line N. 8q E. 132 poles to Mllra4Mf, VrSaLolSM?1! a stake at foot of hill, thenco N. 76 A. D. Slushcr, etc., Plaintiffs, ! flHKrim BIB