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MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 30, 1911 One Dollar a year. If a iU.1 h Urt la tU auil r attawb. aaMff tka lata al m pimti caa V. (.rW. B rarrfal aliai t tfrbt -- aar cStck to pf , Till It Im raaM af mnf fraWi M taa awa II la a atak la W tilraawlr ctitlaai. The Citizen THE POPULAR IDOL AGAIN Denounced as a disturber of business and a producer of panics, Roosevelt was seemingly laid oo the shelf wliou (ho New York-Statticket, which he supported, was defeated Inst year. But ho has pnliuntly bided his time, And now the great expounder of "the square deal" has proved his consistency and his trustworthiness. If the people must be Riven a square deal by "Big Business," so also must "Dig UiiRlnene'r bo given a square deal by tho people tho Government. Knowledge it poirer and the way to keep op with edeni kaowledge i to read a gee4 newspaper. Vol XIII. No. 22 GOOD SHOES GOOD SERVICE 3 Once you get an idea of DOUGLAS SHOES quality and service we confidently count on your return for more. DOUGLAS SHOES are better because they are better made. There is polish and refinement to them. When a customer wants real character in his shoes it is a satisfaction to show him DOUGLAS SHOES. We have opened up our fall line and have them in all the newest styles. an itrf jnr Small Accounts There are many persons in this county who feel, possibly, that their business does not warrant the keeping of n 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 check. 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. Taft ndministrntion tizc. This is tho substance of an cditornl In tlio Outlook in which tho is slightly takeu to task for not being tboro-go-in- g enough whore corporation arc immoral and pursuing a harsh and mischievous, course where the corporation is guilty of nothing but Mr. KooHevolt advocates the control, not the destruction, of Big Business, and not by the courts but by com missions, just as the Interstate- commerce commission controls railway tales. Following this pronunclnmeiito it Is said that Wall Street bus joined tho popular chorus fur "Teddy" again. Honry Clay Bonttio has been executed for the murder of his wife a crime at confessed. The reports are that this bloody crimiunl gloalwiflifcr-tlinotoriety llie crime had given Iiim till tho moment of his execution. This seems to be one of the motives for crime notoriety. Alany irbml boy breaks windows just to attract notice, nud many a man dips into politics just because he "feels big" in hindering the good government he hns not sense enough to tbj-jlasu Berea Bank & Trust Co. ANDREW ISAACS, Pres. J. W. STEPHENS, JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier. Vice-Pres. IN QUR OWN STATE NEWS i OF THE WEEK R. R. COYLE FARMERSMNSTITUTE dent Frost's morning. Col-Rg- Tho governor of South Carolina is out with a statement Hint he believes in lynching. His face chows him to be that kind of a mnn reckless anil dangerous. People who wish to enjoy the right of free speech and who care for the security of life n tit property are going to hesitate a long time before settling in South Carolina in the face of such a declaration from the Governor. There has been a great meeting at Madipon, Wis., led. by Dr. in Beren, to promote "social centers" in Joslah Strong, the open country, nnd in towns as well. The idea is that people would be happier and better if they met together more frequently in It is proposed to make more of the social element a frieqdly'vyay. in churchJlife, ouly that is apt to be clauuisli nnd sectarian. The opening of school houses for Sunday schools and literary societies and entertainments is favored The whole movement is for things for which Berea has always stood and it means much for the welfare of the country. well-know- n Inauguration Program Off to AuS' tin Wreck on the Q & C. Shelton Remanded for New Trial The Vote for Governor. New President Chosen address on Tuesday Tho President gavo ono of A Great Success, Judged by the his Inspiring talks to tho young men Speakers and Their Addresses, Tho of tho Vocational Schools who but Few Farmers Attend. Most In- arc about to graduato and become teresting Features Described. farmors. It Is his belief that theso Tho Farmers' lnitltuto which wan men could go back to the farm and by o employing scientific and modern meadvertised to bo held In Dorca Chajiel on Tuesday and Wcdnen-da- y thods effect tho llfo and Influence A GREAT MUSICAL TREAT was a successful and Interesting 100,000 pcoplo for good. event. Tho afternoon meeting was taken and anticipaPromise, prophecy Tho principal features of tho Tues- up by a round table discussion led by tion woro all fulfilled In tho concert day morning meeting wero two ad Prof. Francis Clark of Korea's Agrigiven Saturday night by the Bosto-nl- a dresses given by Prof. George Roberts cultural School la which many In Orchestra. That there was no of tho Stato Agricultural Experiment struct! vo points woq brought .forward. doubt" In anybody mind that tho Station on tho- subject of "Soil Fer- Tills was followed by a stirring talk program would, como up to tho protility." Prof. Roberts has been con- on "Education for tho Former" by phecies concerning It was evidenced ducting experiments at London, anil Carl S. Kirk, of Derea, Class 1910, by tho largo audience that hurried to both his addresses wero not only Assistant Commissioner of Agricul- tho Chapel so as not to miss a o but Instructive. Ho explain- ture. Mr. Kirk mado a strong plea number. It was tho largest and ed clearly and simply soil structure for practical Instruction In both pubbest audlonco that had greeted them and Its needs, stating that tho soli lic schools and colleges. Ho stated In Kentucky, wo wero told by Mr. hero at Derea and vicinity should bo that Uio avorngo collego man Is too King. treated with Umo, to counteract and Impractical, declaring that ofttlmes Of courso thn Lyceum Commlttco get rid or tho acidity, and phosphorus after years of study In tho classics to build up the soil. This latter pro- and mathematics the young man re- was delighted, for It means that they duct can shortly bo obtained In Ken- turns to tho farm unablo to saw a will meet with financial success this Hut their delight was of season. tucky nt a much reduced prlco board straight. another kind also. They can appreduo to tho largo phosphorus mines Tho last address of tho afternoon recently opened In ono of tho near- was by Prof Smith of Richmond on ciate music just as well as other by counties. 11:00 "Fruit Growing." This address was i poople. Prof. Robert's o'clock address dealt with crop rota- given enthusiastically and That every one was pleased was thot audition. Ho suggested to tho farmers ence caught somo of tho enthusiasm shown by tho Intense Interest mania rotation running through four years of tho speaker, for, after tho address fested, by tho profound silenco during tho various numbers and by tho tho first year corn, tho second row was concluded, a number of the young peas or soy boans, tho third wheat prolonged applauso which succeeded men were heard to remark that they and tho fourth clover. Prof Roberta woro going back to tho farm and In almost doubling tho length of tho program, tho company kindly respondbrought forward striking several start orchards. Prof. Smith also ing to the encores. facts,- ono of which was that soil on Tuesday evening to a largo treated with Umo and phosphorus audlcnco on "Luther Burhank" who Mrs. Renfrew displayed great skill would produco such a largo corn crop might bo called tho wizard of Agricul as a loader and tho thirteen memthat one-haof tho crop tho first Tho wonderful achievements of bers of her company showed themyear would pay for tho phosphorus ture man In the science of fruit grow- - j selves artists in tho uso of their rethis and Umo used on tho soil and would Ing woro clearly shown by tho stereo;)- - spective instruments. Indeed, It scentstill allow a good bIzcJ profit for tho tlcon and tho audlcnco showed Its ap ed to tho rather that tho farmer, dcsplto .tho fact that tho soli preciation of this splendid treat by j orchestra was ono wholo and that treatment would last for several years a generous handclapplng at the con- - tho leader with tho easy, graceful moaiyV'wouId bo tho causo of Increased elusion of tho address. We hopo that tion of tho baton was conjuring sweet Jaftor tho first year. cr others through Eastern Kentucky sounds from tho Instruments beforo Wo wish that every ono In Berea may both hear Prof. Smith and have and around her. Not slnco wo listened and vicinity might havo heard Prcsl- - tho privilege of seeing tho stcrcoptl-co- n to tho Boston Symphony Orchestra, pictures of what this great Agri- thrco years ago, havo wo been so CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE entranced with music, and It Is culturist has boon doing. Wednesday morning's mooting be- hardly going too far to say that, for FIRST PAOB gan with an address on "Stock and harmony of action, for rhythm, for Editorials. Stock Feeding" by Mr. Kirk wbo sweetness of to no and for real muslNews of Weak. (Conllnucdon rape I'our) (Contlnurtl on Page Five) Ia Our Own State. - THANKSGIVING SERVICES AT 10:30 IN COLLEGE CHAPEL Ten-thirt- V sln-gl- I After an interval in which tho new on Sunday. Governor, .In company with other offiThis "Elves a chance to be om) cials, will rccelvo tho people of the promptly and havo dinner and see state, tho final number on tho protho sports at 2 p. m., sharp. gram, tho Inaugural ball, will bo held Tho sermon by Rev. Knight of Bara In tho Capitol Hotel boo will do us good, and everyone will havo a chanco to speak at tho SOUTHERN EDUCATIONAL ASSOI'ralso Meeting following. This la CIATION ono of tho most wonderful things In A number of Kentucky educators Berea. Young and old take part, left, Monday, for the Southern Educaand wo hear from those who havo tional Association which meets at realized special blessings of all kinds Houston, Texas, today. Among the uurtng tno past twelve months. Wo numbor are Supt. Cassldy of the Lexhopo tho day will bo propitious co ington City Schools, who is the Presithat nil the old pcoplo can got out dent of the association this year, comfortably. Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, President No admission too Is to bo charged of the Kentucky Educational Associathis year at tho games and sports tion, Mrs. R. N. Roark, of the E. K. on tho Athletic Flold; everybody can S. N S. and Prof. McHenry Rhodes, como and look on. Supervlslor of Kentucky's High CIRLUIT JUDGETdIES Schools. SHELTON GETS NEW TRIAL Tho Court of Appeals last Friday reversed the Madison Circuit court in tho case of Tyco Shelton who was sentenced for life for tho murder of Martha Plgg near Wallacotoo some y which Noto tho hour hours. Is halt an hour earlier than services INAUGURATION PROGRAM COMPLETE Frankfort Is ready to Inaugurate PRACTICAL COLLEOE PRESIMcCreary. Tho governor elect will DENT arrlvo In that city, Dec, 11. At 11 In electing Dr. J. M. T. Finney, o'clock, Tuesday, tho. parado begins. It will consist of many marching of Johns Hopkins University, Princlubs, students from military schools, ceton has for tho second ttmo takstnto militia and citizens of tho com- en a radical step in the selection of monwealth. There will bo 500 citizens Collego Presidents. Until Woodrow in the parado from Madison County. ' Wilson's day tho Presbyterian clergyTho actual Inaugural ceremonies men held a monoply on all such eduwill bo held In front of tho new capi- - cational prizes. But In tho final anto), a large stand seating several hun- alysis it Is the personal equation dred having boon erected for tho pur- that counts. A man's training as an pose. After Governor Willson's vale- administrator may bo as practical in dictory and Mr. McCreary's address, n medical or technical school as In a public reception, held In the new an Acadomlc Institution. Doubtless cnpltol, will consume tho next two such views arc held by those choosI For Princeton Kansas Vindicates Herself RebA els Still Advancing in China "Get Acquainted" Train Yale and Harvard Tie Express Business Being; Investigated Secession in ing Dr. Finney. TARRING OUTRAGE Lincoln Center; Kansasover which hung a cloud of shame and disgrace, because of tho recent tarring of a woman in that community, has reestablished herself In tho good of the country. All perpetrators of the crime, somo of whom confessed, have been sentenced to terms In jail. The victory of tho host citizens over the bad element In tho community Is thus emphasized. SITUATION IN CHINA lf Judgo W. R. "Black, of Barbourvllle, whoso term as Judgo of tho 2Uh Judical district expired a few days ago, died yostcrday In Louisville. Ho was suffering from somo intestinal troublo which required an operation but was told by his physicians that ho had waited too long. The operation was performed, however, result- Farmer's Institute. Thanksgiving Services. Musical Treat, SECOND PAOK. general News. Markets. THIRD PAGB Devoted to Thanksgiving. FOURTH PAGE Locals. THANKSGIVING "Save the Difference." months ago. The court strangely says that, If a man In shooting at a per son with whom ho is in a difficulty, ac cidentally kills another person, he ing In his death. Judgo Black was appointed by Gov. should bo excused on the ground that Wlllson on tho establishment of tho it was an unavoldablo casualty. now 24th district composed of Knox WRECK ON Q. & C. and Whitley counties, and gavo tho Tho Quocn and Crescent flyer, train district a year of splendid service. Mr. Black la extensively related No. 1, was wrecked near Tatesvlllo, both In Knox and Madison counties, Ky., Sunday at 1:15 p. m. On accouut bo bolng a son of Mr. Sam Black of of Bplkcs found near the Bcene It la Richmond, and a nephew of Hon. Jas. thought to bo tho work of wreckers. John McFarland of Somerset, one of YALE VS. HARVARD U. and Banker Jno. A. Black of Fer tho third time In fourteen His wifo and thrco chil- tho onglnoers, was killed, four other years no scoring was done by either (Contlnuid on Fifth Tut) dren survlvo him. Yalo or Harvard In their annual i match game. EXPRESS BUSINESS TO BE INVESTIGATED With Tiger Hill and all other points of vantage in the hands of tho rebels. It Is only a question ot a few days or perhaps hours till Nanking tho last stronghold ot tho Manchus south ot tho Yangtle will either surrender or bo captured. Roports vary as to the treatment of foreigners. Somo murders aro said to have been committed In tho proThirvinces of Shen-S- l and Shan-S- i. ty foreigners, mostly Americans, arrived safo In Peking. Canton Is said to bo la the hands of Brigands, Gen. Lung being powerless to maintain order. GET ACQUAINTED Is tho policy of nlno western governors who will mako a tour ot tho east, leaving St. Paul, Nov. 27th, on a special train ot eleven cars, five ot which will bo dovotcd to exhibiting western products. This tour will bo returning the compliment of tho Eastern business men's organization which has been making 'Get Acquainted" excursions to tho west. Evangelistic Services. Another Troat. PAOB FIVE Dorca College Wins, SIXTH PAGE New Story Miles Blandish. 8. S. Lesson. SEVENTH PAOlfl 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 find a place in Berea that makes everybody happy. It's found in the weight, quality and prices at the home of Various criticisms of, and remedies for tho present Express management woro prosontod to tho interstate Commlttco at Us opening meeting In Now York. It Is goncrally conceded that tho present sorvlco la unsatisfactory. Congressman D. J. Lewis advocated government ownership, but also suggested that tho chief nocd was the Inaccessibility of rural districts which could bo remedied by proper Cora-mor- delivery agencies. It Is hopod that In tho subsequent Farm and Garden Notes. Religion and Fun. Tempera n co Notes. Typhoid Fever from Milk. EIGHTH PAGE Eastern Kentucky Nows. Plan for Jan. 3rd. Our Crood. WELCH'S , mootlngs the committee will clear up tho problem. IMPORTS AND EXPORTS OF FARMER'S MATERIALS Tho agricultural Interests ot foreign countries buy nearly J 100.000.- 100 worth of American manufactures and other products for uso In cultivating tho soli, while about $50,000, 000 worth of foreign products ColIaurU on aro Editorial Note. fourth I'aga) t Pkt A family Two. RAILWAY THE CITIZEN WANT RECALL 8YTEM. NoTember 30, It 11 The Citizen newspaper for all that It right true and Interesting. rublUhed every Thursday (Incorporated) MEN LOUISVILLE CUPID'S ARROW HITS JUDGES. Will y, Commission Government Man Ask Statute Amendment. Little Cod of Love Play Pranks and Defies Jurists, Cupid, being a Juvenile, naturally might bo expected to put In an appearance at a gathering of Judges, whoso business It la to try youthful offenders, but It was hardly to bo expected thnt whllo on trial such n young culprit would whllo away tbi tlmo by committing fresh offens-- s against tho grave and austere Jurists, who wero considering his case. Nevertheless, two of tho Judges who havo been considering youthful follies nt tho convention of Juvenile Court Judges nnd Officers of tho Mlddlo Western Stntes. which ndjourned here, havo fallen victims to Dan's arrows. Judge Hosroo C. Tarter, of Somerset, who presides over tho deliberations of the Juvenile court of that city, was married to Miss Maudo Craig, also n resident of Somerset, by tho Hov. Dr. K. L. Powell nt Dr. Powell's apartments In the WclsslngcrGaul-bcr- t building. Sheriff J. M. Weddle. of Pulaski county, acted as best man for Judgo Tarter nnd signed tho bond when tho license was secured at tho courthouse. The wedding of Judgo Tarter nnd Miss Crnlg was tho second nffnlr of tho kind to occur during tho convention of Juvenile court Judges In Tho first mnrrlago celebrated was t).U of County Judgo William A. Ilaskctt, of Meado county, and Miss mar-rlago Lou-Isvlll- o BEATTE CONFESSES SURROUNDING OF VIRGINIAN OOE8 TO ELECTRIC CHAIR LEAVES STATEMENT WITH MINISTERS. SORRY at Daren. Ky. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. I, P. Faulkner, Editor ana Manager. Subscription Rate One Bix Months Threw Months QUARTERLY ME ETING OF INTER URDAN OFFICIALS HELD RESULTS VERV SATISFYING. THE WIVES ARE ENTERTAINED rw PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. tl.W CO H one and two cent stamp. The data alter your noma on labet shows to what date your milncrtirtlon It paid. If It I not ohuicrd within Uvea weeks aftw renewal notify us. Ulastng numbers will be gladly supplied if ww axe notified. Fine premiums cheap, with new and prompt renewals. Bond fot Premium List. Liberal terms fctven to my on who obtain now subscriptions for us. Any on rending us four yearly subscription can reorjve Tha Cltlien frea for hlmsolf for one year. Advertlslne rata on application. MEMBER OF or Expreii Send money by Powt-ortl- co Money Order, Draft, Iteglstera letter, or By Louisville Convention and Pub licity League While the Male Vis Mors Are Shown Around Dy Railway Company. Louisville. With their wives and niebcrs of their families, 150 or more representatives of Intcrurban rail roads In the Central West, Invaded Louisville to hold tho Inst quarterly meeting of the Central Electric Hall way association for tho present year. Tho meeting was called to order at tho Unit house by President K. 11 Peck, of Indianapolis. Tho annual meeting of tho organization will be held nt Dayton In January. Three special electric cars brought most of the delegates to Louisville, Among those who came on the Inter- urban "Pullmans" wero men connect ed with the supply, operating, traffic nnd mechanical departments of varl ous interurban lines operating in Illinois, Ohio, Indiana, Southern Mich igan nnd Kentucky. More than CO traction lines wero represented. The wives of those In attendance were taken In chnrge by the Louis- vlllo Convention and Publicity Ieaguo nnd escorted to Iroquois park. Light refreshments were served at Sen nlng's park, nnd at noon, upon their return to tho city, they wero tho guests of tho league at a luncheon given nt Benedict's. During the afternoon they attended Keith's Theater. Tho male visitors were taken over tho city In four special cars ns guests of the Louisville Hallway Co., visiting the plant of tho American Tobacco Co., Eighteenth anil Main streets; tho Sunnybrook distillery, and tho Intcrurban freight station. CORONER'S KENTUCKY PIUJS3 ASSOCIATION. Those triumphant Chinese rebels fwlsh that Confucius could see them ow. Try to reconcile yourself to those fuzzy hats. They axe not so bad as 1bey fook Our notion of the "meanest man" Is the one who sues a girl for breach of promise. What Is If a doctor A city. ies which clcslro commission government. In urging tho passngo of an net by tho legislature Inserting a recall fenture In tho statuto providing for commission government. The recall, which Is ono of tho most Important features or commission government In cities outside of Kentucky, provides for the dismissal nt officials from of fice when their acts are objectionable to n majority of tho voters. When tho statutes providing for commission government for cities of tho second clnss In Kentucky wns passed tho re call feature was omitted on the ground that It would bo contrary to the constitution of Kentucky, which provides thnt an official can not bo during his term of office, removed Upon n further examination of tho question, however, It Is said by tho friends of commission government that lawyers are now generally agreed that this clnuso would not bo uncon stitutional and an effort will be mndo to have It Inserted by tho legislature this winter. Tho commission plan Is already In operation In Newport, and was adopted for this city at tho recent election. Mr. Horry stntes that the Initiative will probably be taken by Newport In asking for the Inser tion of tho recall feature, nnd would bo heartily supported by tho friends of commission government in ttls CLOSE SUCCESSFUL MEETING. Lexington. Attorney nlley D. Her-rono of tho lenders In tho campaign for tho adoption of tl n commission form of government In this city, stated thnt Icxlngton would with Newport nnd other second-clascits Louisville. GUY OF NANKING IS FORCED BY REBELS AND CAN- HE COMMITTED CRIME NONADE from 13 BEGUN. the Hills MANCHUS Walk to Chair Refusing Life Leas an Admission of 8laylng Earned Maintains Hla Nerve to End of Ordeal. Richmond, Va. Tho state ot Virginia took tho life ot Henry Clay Bonnie, Jr., In payment for tho wife's life he took last July and tho state Tho boy himself made no mistake. made that plain beforo bo went to KILL TWO THOUSAND Chinese Forces Also Suffer Heavy Losses Imperialists Flee From City Insurgent Into Fire Fleet Menaces District. Nanking.- - Tho bombardment ot Nnnklng by tho revolutionary forces linn begun nnd nil day long tho big guns from Mofashoti fort, ono nilln away, spent their fury on tho last stronghold of the Mnuchus south of tho Ynng Tsc. All inn inns overiiioKiiiK inn iiiicuni capital of China swarm with rrbelll fi, ltd nneiitint tf.tt .n ,.n ...to nnd It Is believed tho city will fall soon. From tho Tiger Hill fort for several big guns spoke repeatedly, hours while further up along the northeast ern range, from tho top of I'urplo overlooking Mountain, tho Ming Hcmlclrclo tombs, for n fifteen-mile the electric chair. Welcoming death ns a relief from tho torment ho declared he was suffering, be wnlked bravely to tho death reprieve chair, scorning tho thirty-daGovernor Mann had pro ml fed aa a reward for confessing his gullL Henttlc's confession was mndo public following a conference between tho ministers who counseled tho prisoner In his last hours and Henry Clay Henttle, Sr. Tho ministers and tho nged father decided thnt the confession should bo made public, and this was done. Tho confession wns as follows. "I, Henry Clay Henttle, Jr., desirous A. Earle Mclntyre, of Brandenburg, nl standing right before God and man. wag solemnized at the Wlllard do, on this, tho twenty-thirwhich day ot hotel. November, confess my guilt of the crime charged against me. Much that Shot By Wife Who Old Not Know Pis- was published concerning the details was not true, but tho awful fact, withtol Was Loaded. Corbln. Grativ.ile Powell was shot and fatally wounded by his wife, Lula Powell, at his home. Powell went in from his work at noon, nnd without spenklng, his wife picked up a revolver and fired nt him, strlkiuc hi in In tho breast. Mrs. Powell was badly frightened She says she did not know the pistol was loaded. Sho remarked that it was not loaded the day before and she though It was still unloaded. Tho pistol wns picked up by Powell's fa- tion of tho city. westward to tho Ynng-Tssmnller forts scattered shells Into every sec- the use of being president con keep you from eating Men nnd Religion Forward Movement Ended at Louisville. what you want? court finds that a woman who Is not necessarily Insane. But the may be rani. rwe-nr- s The army worm Is reported fretn bug Is Kentucky. s- - the kissing probably not far away. Aviation has one advantage over bnscb'all wet grounds do not It In tho least. JURY SAID SUICIDE. But Family of John Rasnlc Insist That He Was Assassinated. sheriff and his deputies, tho coroner Paris and the college students set and the Jury, together with tho coun the fashions for men, and Paris docs ty attorney and other officers, were on the, ground within a few hours aft some work on the side for women. er Jtasnlc was found In his bed In a Some women to their grief continue dying condition. A large crowd of to use the stocking bank despite the peoplo bad assembled at the Rasnlc fact that postal banks have been es- home on Turneyl Creek nnd the never succeeded In starting a tablished. trail. Fire broko out In a "bone-dryinThe body was left lying on the bed room" In the Chicago stockyards, but and was viewed by tho officers and tho loss Is only about 35,000 bone, members of tho Jury. His pistol was otherwise plunks. found by his side, ono chamber emp ty; there were powder burns on his Rats and pulls must go, according o left hand and also burns around the n fashion expert, but the dear ladles bullet wound, over his heart. Tho ball may be depended upon to wear some- passed through his body and on thing just as foolish. through the bed Into the lloor. The pistol was held against his body when """"Av Pittsburg rich jnan has gone to the shot was llfed. Not Ave minutes Jail rather than pay a $2 flno. Still beforo the shot was heard Mrs. Has r a martyr Isn't worth a nlc came into the. room and asked great deal of sympathy. her husband If he was ready for breakfast and he replied that he wantAn English highbrow announces ed to sleep. He had beep, confined to that ho hap discovered what causes his bed for several months with n tho human heart to beat. Wonder if broken leg. blood-boun. twn-dolla- Ilarbourvllle. The Jury that was The one surprising thing about tho nward of a Nobel prize to Edison Is summoned by tho coroner to Investigate the death of John Rasnlc disathat be wasn't given It beloro. greed, but five out of six Anally agreed Nobody loves a millionaire, accord-inon suicide as the cause of his death. to Eugeno Zimmerman, but most The members of the dead man's fam ily believe he was assassinated. Tho sell. millionaires love their millions. g The Men and Hellglon Forwaid Movement campaign In I.oulsvHlc closed with a mass meeting nt the new First Christian church. Fourth and Breckinridge streets, attended by nearly 1,000 men nnd boys, nt which team leaders told of tho worlt of the organization nlong different lines in short addresses. A delegation of hundred workers from New Al bany entered the church Just as tho exercises began and occupied a section that hnd been reserved for them. They marched to tho meeting from tho Intcrurban station to tho music or a cornet. The speakers were the Kev. Dr. Clarence A. Barbour, tho Kev. John - Alexander, the Her. William A. Brown, tho Hev. Charles D. Drum, tho Hev. David Iatshaw, the Hev. Dr. I. J. Lansing and the Hev. David Rusbev-erI- ther and contained one cjipty two loaded shell. and CHILDREN BURNEO. Of Fatal Fire Started By Explosion Oil Stove. Mlddlesboro.--Tw- o negro i hlldren, eight mouths and two years old, of Henry 1). Levins were burned In a building here. Fire started by an ex pbsion of nn oil stove. The building The Kev. Dr. Barbour' explained that the Men and Hellglon Forward Movement Is not an effort to add one more to tho already large number ot organizations and societies of the Christlnn church. The "Committee of Ninety-seven,- " which directs Its activities, he said, will go out of existence next May, when the organization will come to an end. 'It is not so much an organization or society," said Dr. narbour, "as it Is a movement. It Is a sane, rational, real effort to put Christian activity on a higher, more permanent and more efficient basis. As a movement It will live; as nn organization It will cease to live. It is based on n foundation of Inquiry Into facts. As a zurgeon must diagnose n, disorder beforo he can act, so we make a survey to learn the conditions that wo must light." DISCOVER OIL AND IRON ORE. was worth $1,000. TEACHERS HOLD CONVENTION. Schools of the Ninth District Closed For This Purpose. Carlisle.- - Delegntes from tho varl' ous counties of the Ninth congrcsslon' nl district arrived for the convention of the Ninth District Educational as sociation, which convened hero for a two days' session. Tho address ot welcome was delta cred by William Conley, of Carlisle, and the response by President Cora Wilson Stewart. The Rev. W. J. Vaughn, of Louisa; Supt. II. F. Stan ton, of Ashland; Judgo John W. Hlley, of Morehead; President J. O. Crabbe, of the State Normal; Supt. W. C. ot Grayson; McIIenry Rhoads, supervisor of state high schools, also ACCUSER OF ROOSEVELT HURT spoke. Ko-ze- The Imperialists claim a casualty list of only n few hundred, but tho most nuthentlc reports say that nt least 2 000 Mnnehus perished.. The Nanking batteries also did out the harrowing circumstance, remains. For this action 1 am truty dreadful work among the Chlnrse, sorry and, believing that I am at who suffered grenl losses, but they peace with God and am soon to pass finally routed the Imperialists, who Into his presence, this statement la were forced Into tho city for shelter made. Husband Uses Hand-Ax- , (Signed) Kenosha, Wis. Worn out nnd hag "HENRY CLAY HEATTIi:. JR." To tho confession wan appended a gnrd after a night ot evading tho o lice Pnsqualc Marrhesl, charged with note from tho clergymen: This statement was signed In the the double murder of hfs wife, Hosarla presence of tho two attending minis- Mnrchesl, and hM cousin, Charles Mar ters and Is the only statement that chesl, crept out ot the basement of the Holy Rosary Italian Cnthollr can and will bo mado public by them. "Mr Ileattle deslrca to thank the I church and went nt onro to the home many tor kind letters and expressions of Hnv August Handlzzone, pastor of of tnterest and the public for what- the church, nnd told tho story of the ever aympathy was full or expressed." i crlmo and sought to have his sou! According to Hev Dennis. Ileattle naved. On the ndvlco of tho pries! first confessed to him tho day after he surrendered to Sheriff Andrew ho wns received In tho death chamber Stahl, a id he Is now In the county of tho penitentiary, November 9. The Jail hero under n strong guard. Jin.! confession, however, was at that tlmo nftcr be reached tint J.ill he made n held ns a secret confidence by the statement of tho crlmo and seemed to ministers and neither felt at liberty to glory In tho details of tho horrible any anjtnmg about it. And lor that killing. He asserted that ho found reason tho final statement was pre- his wife unfaithful and was perfecll) pared and signed. Justified In killing her and the man Ileattle went to hla death calmly, who hnd broken up his home. Liter showing not u trace of a breakdown ho took the officials to tho home of In the Iron will which had sustained his brother, Frank Marches!, where him sinco ho wna arrested for the slay- he was allowed to see hla children. ing of his wife. He showed great tenderness toward He was executed at 7:23 a. m. in the ino cnimren. little house of the prison where were gathered only the necessary officials Ireland To Be Cardlnalate. Washington. A prlvnte dispatch and the 12 Jurors selected by loL Just one minute was required to from Homo Is said to contain an ansnuff out the life of the condemned nouncement thnt Archbishop John Ireman. Ueattle did not utter a sound land, of RU Paul, will be raised to as ho entered the chamber accompa- cnrdlnnlnte of the Catholic church. The dispatch was received by Hev. nied by two guarda and the two minisDr. Alexander P. Doyle, who Is recters. Hla great nerve did not desert tor of the Apostolic Mission House In blm even when he reached the InstruWashington, ment of death. l)r, Doyle, who is one of Archbishop The body was taken In chargo by an Ireland's Intlmnto friends, deundertaker and was taken away from clined to most public make tho wording ot the prison within an hour after the the dispatch. He said that such an execution. act would bo premature. J he has fallen In love? HUNTER BAGS A PRAIRIE HEN. At last a man has secured a divorce because his wife played solitaire. We nwalt the day when the motorcycle Carlisle. The bagging of a real nil! figure In a simitar suit western prairie hen by Charles Simon, whllo out hunting in tho Pleasant The Kansas Judge who rules that Springs neighborhood of this county there Ik no such thing as love at llrst has created much Interest here. This fright evidently was troubled with his Is the only one seen hero In many years and how It came here Is considyesight In his early youth. ered strange. Kansas City hospital authorities are looking for a plumber who has had FALLS UNDER TRAIN. tho smallpox. It would be easier to find Komo with the hookworm. Huhsellvllle. Claude L. Strange, an N. brakeman. was thrown under Mary Anderson says a happy home O. Ills right leg was t.catu success on the stage. Well, for n moving train. that matter, a happy home heats any- cut off, his left leg badly mashed, ono nrm broken and his body otherwlso inthing else that can bo mentioned. jured. He was taken to his homo, a few hours later. A fashion magazine says "a perfect dying tlicro lie nemo to this place At Is fatal to a stout woman." Still City live years ago, and from Central Is survived It would bo as well If she should by his wife and three children. from having fits of any kind. Pennsylvania preacher who told bis people that funeral sermons went out of place Is evidently a man of good senso, os well as good tasto. That Tho uso of the aoroplane in war Is actual. It has scared tho fight out of mwio Arabs that had never seen one. Pino business, unless tho aviators fall! TOBACCO BARN BURNED. o Tho 'labor for an season on 1G acres of tobacco went tip in smoke shortly after midnight, when the tobacco barn belong-Into S. K. Trlplett, near Stumping Ground, was burned to tho t,round. There wero 15,000 pounds of fit excellent grado of the wiel destroyed. No insurance was carrhd. en-tirg Georgetown. "What Is tho social standing of a husband whoso wife supports him?" ask Chicago charity authorities. Over in England they are known as gentlemen. A At the evening session addresser Mrs. Von Claussen Unable to Attend Georgetown. Is wero delivered by Harksdale Hamlett. That Kentucky Hearing as to Her 8anlty Becauso J. S. Dick In mineral products has long state superintendent-elect- ; rich of Broken Ankle. been a conceded fact, but untold rich- ey, of fowling Green, and V C. But ton, of .Morehead. es may bo tho lot or two millers in New York. Mrs. Von Claussen, Schools all over tho district wero Scott county, who run one ot tho piospectacular accusations of Theneer flour mills of tho DIuegrass re closed Friday that the teachers may whoso Itooeovelt and other prominent odore gion. When the waters of the Elkhorn attend tho convention. persons have brought her much noare low at the establishment of draco toriety In tho last few days, was un& Co., there Is so heavy n deposit of JURY DISAGREES IN MURDER able to attend the hearing of n comoil that the water can not bo seen, CASE. mission appointed to Inquire Into her the oil appearing to actually seep out sanity because sbo Is suffering from of the rocks. About the banks there Lexington. Tho Jury In the second has been found a black, powdery sub- trial of Thomas F. Dolan for the mur a broken ankle. Mrs. Von Claussen, stance of which the owners have taken der of Patrick Mooney, wus dismissed in trying to escape from the Blooming dalo Insane asylum, where she has n quart to state collego for analysis. by Judgo Kerr without having reach been confined for a fortnight, leaped This has proved to bj pure Iron. No ed a verdict. window, sustainfrom a second-storfurther developments havo as yet The Jury stood, It is said, nine for been made. AH about Georgetown conviction and three for acquittal, ing the Injury. Mrs. Von Claussgn large quantities of phosphates havo Foreman J. Hub Prather, C. L Hallcy was commlttced primarily becauso of been found. These aro largely used and A. J. Lovely being given us for a threatening telegram which sho sent as fertilizers. Ilarytes has been dis- acquittal. Of thoBo who wero for con- to a Supreme court justice from Chicovered In such largo quantities that viction seven werq for electrocutljn cago. capitalists have comu hero and leased and two wore for conlinemcnt In tho land from Harrison Smith, Al ( THIRTY KILLED IN PLUNGE penitentiary for 21 yenrs. Crumbaugh and other ndjacent farms. Dolan was returned to jull,xnnd argument for a renewal ot tho ball will Entire Passenger Train Falls With Bridge In France Into Flood be mndo. ACCEPTS NEW MAIL DEVICE. Swollen Stream, ) BOY'S SKULL FRACTURED. Cavrollton. Tho United Status department has adopted the Paris. Thirty pnsscugcrs lost their Soclroo mail exchanging device, In- Mule Kicks Lad In Forernd, Inflict lives by tho breaking down ot a ing Serious Injury. bridge over which a train was passvented by Wyatt T. Scebreo, of ing on tho State railway near Tho device bus been In pracSharpsburg. Robert, Min tical operation on tho C'arbomlalu division ot tho Illinois Central railroad of Mr. und Mrs. L. Croueh, of Odessa, The train, which was bound from for nbotit u year and bus on several this county, wr.s dangerously hurt Angers to Poitiers, carried nbout 100 While occasions delivered 100 pounds of mall here. Whllo trying to put a Hack ol passengers. crossing the from a train moving at the rato 'of corn on a mule tho uiilmal turned and brldgo over tbo Thouet river the seventy miles nil hour, the mall being kicked him in tho foreland, fracturing structure, which had been weakened Inclosed In six different sacks und his skull. Drs. Gllmore and Jones at- - by recent floods, gave way, sending the tended the lad. alt caught at the sumo time. entire train Into tho swollen stream. post-otllcSau-mui I Receives Honor. Home. Cardlnnl-deslgnatWilliam H. O'Connell wns received by Popo Plus here. About 10 persons, half of them ecclesiastics, accompanied him. forming n little pllgrlmnge, which Included representatives of the Boston newspapers. o Cardinal Designate THE Cincinnati MARKETS Grain UlarUet. Flour Winter family patent. bard $l.nSa-1.90- Wheat No. 2 red 09afl. No. 3 red 9ln97c. No. 4 red 8ia a93e. Corn No. 2 wjilto "6n"Cc. No. 3 whlto 7r.n"f.4c. No. 2 yellow 7riVia7fic, No. 3 yellow 7r.a754o, No. 2 mixed 7&a7G'.$e, No. 3 mixed "4Ha7Gc. Oats-N- o. 2 whlto GlaClc. standard white GOar.lc, No. 3 whlto 50a50!4c. Cincinnati Live Stock. Cattlfr-Shlpp- ers IC,25nC.2G, butcher steers, extru tG.HGaC, good to cholco JGaG.75, hclfors, extru. lJG.10aG.36, good to choice If.fOaG, cows, extra $4.2Sal.G0, good to choice 3.0ai.lG. , 1.2.rn2.r.O. canners, Hulls Holo-i3.GSn4.10, extru l.lGal.2G, Calves-E- xtra 1JS, fair to good G.50a7.7G. . l3.tUa3.Gi;, low grado patent $.1.30aS.TS, do J.Sf.at lf. f3n.B faiiPf comomn nnd largo 3a7. Hogs Good to cholcn packers and butchers) t3.35a0.4G, mixed packers $G.90aG.3J. common to cliolco heavy fat sows $4aG.7G, pigs (110 lbs and less) $3.S0a 5.00, Sheep-Exti53.1Gn3.2G, good to 12.C0a3.10. cholco Uimbs Extra ra G. FARMER KILLED BY TRAIN. FAVOR LOUISVILLE PLAN. MAY V down. A Philadelphia minister recently got ft check for a wedding ha performed 20 years ago. Most ministers, will continue to prefer the cash how-eve- r, Harrodsburg. Ilufus Thacker, 60 years old, was Instantly killed near Salvlsn by a Southern passenger Ho wns driving ucross tho tralu. wagou, which truck In n two-hors- e was loaded with cross-ties- . Tim wagon was completely demolished and ono of the horses wus killed. Mr, weather prophet predicts that the coming winter will be very warm, liut not bo warm. as the remarks be will make later If he falls to All bis peal bin. Thacker wn tobacco grower, and Is survived by his wife, one son und heveral daughter. The heavy loud of cross-tiemade i brd tmiiMh-up- . s a prominent farmer and Lexington. At a conference of representative ot tho eductlouul Interests ot Kentucky cities of tho second class It was decided to present to the IcglHlaturo practically tho sumo bill reorganization of the public for schools of second-clascities which was defeated beforo tho lust legislature. This bill provides n public school system similar to that recently ndnpt4 lu Ioulal!Ie. It is believed that this sjbtem will meet the te- of the local conditions. j qulrcnifiits s BUILD TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. Georgotowii.--Whctli- er hcy urn to huvit a loofco leaf tobucco warehouse In Oeorcetown In the near future, rests with tho tobacco' growers of Scott county. Tho Hurley Society of Kentucky are willing to convert tho old tobacco warehouse into u modem, Jutarc Komura la Dead. loose leuf tobacco Tokyo, Japan. Marqula Jutsto Ko warehouse, on I lie condition thut tht mura. of foreign affairs, 03 u Lox. peoplo tbit is, the poolers of Scott privy councillor Is diad Hi- mi born Vi.Vti bbl. cuurly n:e willing to support It. In 18SS. i - Two Trusties Escape Prison, Jeffcrsonvllle, Ind. After donning the citizens' clothing of two of the guards at the Jeffersoiivlllo reformatory, Hen Zelgler and Chester Brown, trusties at that Institution, made good their ctrape by lowering themwindow selves from a second-storwith a rope made of blankets. Cincinnati Miscellaneous. Hens 10c, tprlng chick-cn9u15c. ducks 10al3c, turkeyK lGtfc, geeso Salic. Eggs Prltno firsts 37c. Butter C'roatmery, oxtra 36Hc, firsts 28ic dairy, fancy 23c. Apples grown iiomo socail.GO per bbl. Carrots On track bbl. Celery 3,26u3,YG per caso. Eggplants 50a76c doz. Honev llnl"n lb. Lemons California f4.505. Onions White Jl.30ul.40 bu. Plneupplea ?u2.G0. u orute. 2.tO OrauueB Poultry B l'otaloes llomev"wu. NoTember 30, 1911 THE CITIZEN. It was the dim sight of the rlrl sad tho scream she uttered when bit, that sent the man who was clinging to tha roadside fence back Into tho highway. He bent over tho unconscious form and picked It up and staggerod back to the fence and followed It until he saw a light and found the gate of a Ills lusty calls for help soon brought out a man, and the senseless burden was carried into the house and re- Pg Three r ttmmmeMUbmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmammmtmmmmmmmmStem Again God' bounteous hand has spread The tables of the poor with bread-Ag- ain our grateful fervent songs Ascend to Whom all praise belongs Accept. O Cod. our thankful lay To Thee on this Thanksgiving Day. "For the sunshine and the rain. For the dew and for the shower. For the yellow, ripened grain. And the golden harvest hour. We bless Thee. oh. our Godt Tha husbandman has sown the seed. And Thou didst bless his tuork indeedt He trusted in Thy sacred Word. And harvest great was his reward: So on Tly promises we stay On this our blest Thanksgiving Day. The cattle on a thousand hltts. The wild bird uith his thrilling trills. Fish of the sea the Hon. bear. All yield to Thy protecting care; May all creation own Thy sway. Thou Cod of this Thanksgiving Day, We thank Thee for the sun's bright llghA The silvery moon, the stars of night. "For the heat and the shade. For the gadness and the grief. For the tender, sprouting blade. And for the nodding sheaf. We bless Thee, oh, our Godt "For the hope and for the fear. For the storm and for the peace. For tha trembling and the cheer. And for the glad Increase, We bless Thee, oh, our Godt "Our hands have tilled the sod. And the torpid seed have sown Dut the quickening was of God, And the praise be His alone. We bless Thee. oh. ceived by, a woman. "I don't know who she Is, but I found her In the road," explained her rescuer. "There Is blood on her hair, and I think she was struck down." "Wo'll do all wo can," replied the man and woman together, "but you mustn't look for much. We are mighty poor folks. We hain't got no cam phor nor whisky, and as for getting a doctor out from town It can't be done tonight" The girl was carried into the only bedroom and laid on the only bed, and when her wet clothing had been removed and she was between the sheets, the woman got a cloth and a basin ot water and washed away the blood and whispered to the stranger: I t I I our Godl" For water pure for fragrant air. And for Thy tender watchful care For blessings all that with us stay On this our blest Thanksgiving Day. Winmt's We thank Thee for the Gospel truth. For blest old age for hopeful youth. E'en troubles great for grief and car. Knowing they will our souls prepare. Straighten the path and clear the way For God's own blest Thanksgiving Day, Croat God. accept our thankful songs. While hymns of praise swell on our tongues t Guide Tliou our feet o'er Hfe's rough path Teach us In mercy, not In wrath t Grant we may ever with Thee stay And Join In heaven 's Thanksgiving Dap. John T. HVa. A DUTY AND A GRACE L lat ite C4 nW la raf twin. Mlbv vfckfc alio r ait cilM la OM Wln UuajJaL" Cat Ji IS. "U liiblll tn in said nn Inspired writing npostlc, to a company of early Chrlstlnni, to thankful!" of stormy time posslblo or actual were persecution, exhorted to bo of good cheer and to Paul's "count up their mercies." words arc not only hortatory, hut also mundatory. It Is the duty of tho Christian, amid all vicissitudes, to be thankful. A believer Is never Justified In forgetting God's benefits to him. Ho Is expected to figure out very now and then tho sum of the divine favors that havo been shown to him, or what might bo called tho statistics of salvation. It is true that dlvlno mercies havo been Innumerable and cannot bo tabulated with anything llko completeness; yet the Christian believer Is exhorted to dwelt upon these mercies In thought and to render vivid to bis mind, by frequent reflection, so many ot the visitations of divine favor as ho can discern providentially unfolded In his past life. There Is, then, a duty of thanksgiving, l'ralso Is the expected thing, gratltudo Is demanded. Qod Is disappointed, and even angered, when men recelvo his gifts without returning thanks. Tho Lord Is gracious, but that la no reason why tho children of men should be ungraciously thankless. Thanksgiving Is a part of tho code of duty of a Christian, It Is an Integral portion of tho of moral action. It Is not a kind of extra servtco, or superfluous activity added on to tho body of duty othorwlso complete, but Is of the warp and woof of the Christian's obligation. "Do thankful" was not tho Idle, cbanco remark of a sentimental npostlc, but Is tho New Testament ot the Old Testament burden ot blessing. Hut It thankfulness Is a duty, It Is none the less on that account a graco, If It Is not optional, It may certainly Tho fact that a bo ornamental, thins or a trait Is demanded by the moral law does not render. the sacrl flee of that thins or tho exhibition ot that trtlt any the less noblo or. lovely. Tbo graco ot gratttudo in particular Is a peculiarly lovoly virtue. There Is even, we may say, an aesthetic quality to tbankfulntss. "Pralso Is comely for tho upright," aald the Psalmist, who was an authority on the beauty of holiness. o Even tbo world appreciates the value of gratitude as well as Its earning power, acquisitive of favors, as a practical asset o. life and poets In all ages havo sung or the charm ot a grateful spirit, the nobility nt responsive natUTU Evaa deca-loguo aes-thetlo who oron In tho birds look up when they drink, sj If In tnuto recognition of the heav enly sourco of the bits of blessing which fall to them, and certainly man, much mora richly endowed and blessed, should do at least as much, and express his "Thank you!" both by tho testimony of tho lips and tho generous actions of the life. Thanksgiving day is a proper and convenient occasion for considering both tho duty1 and tbo graco of gratl tude to the great Giver ot all good. Hut Thanksgiving- day Is not simply for the abstract discussion ot general Ideas present In thought or stirring tbo emotions. This day docs or should havo a direct governing relation to tho ministries of tho band and tho unfolding ot tho wallet. . . . When It Is celebrated In tho spirit cl the scriptural exhortation to thankfulness, It becomes a tlmo of rejoicing In tbo truest, fullest sense, because It Joins praise to God with practical ministry to tho poor and unfor-tunntThanksgiving- should Issue in thanksgiving. Pralso should o a practice. Oratltudo must a temper and tendency ot the lire. So will God bo glorified and gratified, and men, by their cordial and constant recognition ot his goodness, bo lifted In tho scale of being and bo the better fitted to receive from heaven moro favors still. Iter. bo-co- e. C. A. S. Dn-lgb- For These Things We Give Thanks. Thanksgiving day we should all be nblo to give thanks to our parents for tbeso things: Vor a clean name, unsullied by questionable transactions, bonorablo In human relations. For an untainted birth, with such health as purity transmits, and for tho brooding tenderness that guarded and cherished us betoro birth and mado careful preparation for our coming. For wholesomo food, sufficient clothing, and comfortabla shelter until our coming ot age, or during tbo lifetime ot our parents. For education, according to tho best standards ot which thoy knew suited to our Individual needs and possibilities, and preparing- us to earn our - own livings. For such knowledgo ot our bodies nnd minds, nm such reverence for them ns makes Intemperance Forget Not His Benefits. Why not rejolco moret Count up your golden mercies; count up yout opportunities to do good; count up your "exceeding great and precious promises;" count up your Joys of heirship to an Incorruptible Inheritance, and then march on the road heavenward. "Forget not all bis bene fits." "Uless the Lord, O my soul, and holy all that Is within me, bless h name," Is the declaration of an appreciative heart Theodore L, Cur ler, D.D. Washington's Proclamation. Tho first Thanksgiving day proclamation ever Issued by a president was signed by Gcorg Washington In 1789. Tbo original is said to bo lu tbo possession ot Iter. J. W. Welltnan, who Inherited it from his grandfather, Wll Ham lllpley ot Cornish, N. II. This proclamation was Issued by request of both houses ot congress through then Joint coraralttea. F I was a girl, I wouldn't go walking too far," said old Uncle Robert, as a girl of twenty passed him on her way down to the gate ot tho farm house. "And why not?" she 'asked, as she almost camo to a pause. "Well, according to my Idea, It's go ing to rain and Bnow and blow and hall, and when tho storm docs break, she's going to be a buster." "I wanted to go to tho postofflco to mall a letter." "It's thrco mllM thero and back, and It I was you I'd put It off. Mcbbo Eomcbody'll be passing that you can send by. Tomorror's Thanksgiving, you know, and wo are going to havo tbo; nwfulest, biggest, nicest dinner anybody over sat down to. It's in your honor, you know. Thcro'll be a turkey, a duck nnd a chicken; theroll bo cranberry sass, pumpkin pics, cur rant Jell, sweet elder and applo dump- llns; thcro'll "I think I'll Just walk a Utile ways, nnyhow," said tho girl, as sho opened the gate and passed down the high way toward the village and tho rail road depot. "And If you como homo as wet as a hen don't say I didn't warn yo. It's going to come, and It's, going to be a buster." Half an hour later a middle-agewoman with a motherly face nnd voice came out on the steps and asked: "Pn. do you reckon it's goln' to storm?" "Sure as ducks." "Where's Minnie?" "O, she's gono for a Banter. I give her warning. What's sho wantin' to mall a letter for? I hain't mailed a letter nor got ono In twenty years, and I guess I'm about as well off as must folks. I was going to ask her but forgot It" "Don't you ask her a word about It," cautioned the wife as sho came down to him. "I guess Minnie's got something on her mind, but it hain't none o' your business." "Something on her mind, eh? That's funny. Didn't know that girls ever had anything on their minds except new clothes. Is that why she como visiting us all of a sudden?" "Nono o your business! I guess my own sister's daughter can como and see me any time sho takes a no tion, and that without writing ahead, "What's on her mind, as nigh as I can make out, is about a young man, They nro engaged, and they've had a falling out. and sho's sorter run away from him to find out If ho really cares for her." "And she's got scared about it and has written him a letter to tell whero she Is ?" queried the husband. "Go on! It's probably a letter to her ma, though I dldn t see it nor ask. hope she didn't start for town. It's sure, ana incro koing 10 siorm hain't but one house on the road whero she could And shelter. Look down the road and see It) you can sco tier. "Can't seo bldo nor hair ot any girl,' reported Uncle Robert after going out to the highway and taking a long look. An hour later, with both uncle and aunt fidgeting about tbclr girl visitor, tho gray afternoon had become twl light In 15 .minutes there was cold rain and lively hall, and Undo Rob ert was blown into the kitchen. Miss Minnie had reached town and mailed her letter and started back sgaln when tho storm broke. Before It camo sho thought sho could make out a human figure on tho road ahead ot her, but wasn't sure. The very first guat picked her up and turned her around and deposited her under a roadside tree. She remained thero until tho gale began to whip the branches off, and then let go her hold and ran for it She hadn't gone a quarter of a mile when, as she crouched and covered her face, she was struck by a falling limb and knew no more , "I don't think she's bad hurt She's Just fainted away with the scare ot it When she opens her eyes 1 11 tell her to go to sleep, and she'll be all right in the morning." "Do you think It's some young lady from the village?" asked tho stranger of the farmer as they talked In whis pers In the outer room. "No, I don't reckon so. I reckon It s that new girl that arrived at Turner's a few days ago. I saw her going towards the village two hours ago." "Arrived at Turner's! Say, man, are you sure? Is it a strango girl to the neighborhood?" "I've heard say It was Uncle Dob niece, and that she come from the city. What alls you. stranger? Does this storm upset you?" It wasn't the storm. Percy Klncald had quarreled with the girl he loved and had asked to be his wife. It was about nothing, almost, as most lovers' quarrels are, but pride on either side held off a reconciliation until tho lover finally learned that Miss Minnie had gono on a Journey and left no word for him. Sho was going to spend Thanksgiv ing week In the country. Within two days sho had relented; within three he was making every effort to locate her, that he might patch up a peace. He had succeeded. He was going to throw himself on her mercy and ask Uncle Robert for a placo at his Thanksgiving table. Tho tcrni"grew fiercer ns tho night advanced. When another day came even tbo cattle could not face tho storm nor man move from his door. It was Thanksgiving day. At Uncle Robert's there was a feast to be spread; i i 1 i O turk, you who strutted the summer away. Abundant attention you're getting today, We praise you beyond all the bird or fowl kind; Our feelings to you are with favor inclined. We thanks, too, give for you, O creature of pride, And alt the fruits of the season beside. Though slighted you were, in the days that are past. Attention long due you are getting at last. Arthur J. Burdlck, in Sunset Magazine, j be" d it an, In whoso village the missionary, passing through, bad left a few pages of the gospel In tho Indian tongue. Our Indian read and rejoiced. Measuring the missionary's footprint, he fitted It with magnificent moccasins, and traveled 200 miles to give them to the missionary as an expression of his grattltudo. Thus the missionary was enriched by the present, but tho Indian was enriched by the thanksgiving. Tbe best thanksgiving is a happy heart Blossoms mean nothing- on a dead stick. Once when the czar visited Paris the ingenious French, it being winter, fastened to the bare boughs of the trees Innumerable paper flowers, very pretty as a spectacle, but very unworthy as a symbol, since they were false. Our praise will bo quite valueless unless It Is rooted In tho dally life. Train yourself to be grateful for tbo common blessings. There had been a great cotton famine In Lancashire, England. For lack of material to work upon, the mills had been Idle "I don't believe they'd eat a slngli for months, and there was great dismouthful." tress among the operatives. At last of cotton, Dradloy's thero was hardly better camo the first wagon-loaat than poorhouse faro. Rut tho victim of the accident was no longer In bed, and tho rescuer no longer cared about the weather, and the farmer folks looked at each other and smiled and whispered: "Even It wo bad turkey and cran' berry sauce I don't believe they'd eat a single mouthful. They've Just sorter found each other and are tickled to death." And when at last they could make their way to Turner's, and Uncle Dob stuttored and Aunt Harriet cried for Joy, Miss Minnie asked in a way that was almost heartless: HANKSGIVING day stands "Why do you tako on so? I never out by Itself on tbe calen- had such a lovely Thanksgiving In all dar. There Is no other day my life!" wIthso many delightful associations and tender memories, no day upon which Honor Belongs to Pilgrim Fathers. Long before tbe advent of the Pll tho heart so spontaneously pours out grlms In Massachusetts all rituals con- its grateful tribute to tho Father tained expressions ot gratitude to above for all his goodness through the God for bis mercies. In that of the year. And this applies equally to as a nation, as communities Church of England special prayers were provided for the Sunday service. and as Individuals. For pcaco within This service, however, must bo care our borders, for generous harvests, fully distinguished from the Thanks. for tbe health and welfare of our comgiving day of tho Pilgrim fathers. Fail munities, we owe to God a debt ot ure to make this distinction has led love and gratitude which finds expresto the groundless claim that tho Pop- - sion In prayer, praise and tbo festiviham colonists were "the first to keep ties appropriate to tho annual festival Thanksgiving day" In America. The of Thanksgiving. Wo aro usually so servlco at Monbegan, on which this much engrosved with the active busiclaim is based, was tho regular Sun ness of life as a nation that we day servlco ot the Church of England: leave too little tlmo for reflection on and while-'I- t had an clement of thanks tb divine goodness; yet every day by blessings. Ktvlnir. tbe day can In nowise be re we are surroundod garded as a Thanksgiving day a hat Bleeping sua waking, on the farm, In term Is understood. Cotemporary the store, the Jfflce, tho workshop, s evldeoco refutes ail claim to the cow we aro still the objects of his bounty and are. Whatever re- txaxza d 2ff F YOU are grateful, say so. Thanksgiving Is only till it blossoms into ex- pression. Learn a lesson from tho Indi noble-heart- d e the earnest ot returning opportunity, labor. With what now eyes did the people look upon that commonplace material! They met tho wagon In an exultant procession. They hugged the bales. At last, moved by a common impulse, they broke out la tho noble hymn, "Pralso God, from whom all blessings flow." There aro in every llfo a thousand blessings, now little noticed at all, of which If wo were deprived, their return would bo welcomed with equal transports. But the, going docs not excuse ua from tho sending any more than sending excuses us from going. It giving still went by the rule of the tenth, as In tho scriptural days, then ten average Christians could anywhere constitute themselves Into a church and support a pastor; and twenty could support both a pastor and a missionary. No work is done at Us best until It Is done In an atmosphcro of thanksgiving. Beethoven understood this. He had his piano placed in tho middle of a field, and there, under tho smiling- sky, with birds singing around him, flowers shining and grain glistening In the sun, tho musician composed some of his great oratories. Few of us can take our work into the r fields, though all of us would hearts If we would llvo mora out of doors; but we can all of ua surround our work with cheery atmosphere which our Father has breathed Into all his works. to carry-lighte- CJrlje spirit of iLbljanfesstlitns verses we encounter, ho enables ua to overcome them. So, whllo the passing year has bad Its sorrows, we feel that tho Joys have outweighed them, and that wo aro still God's debtors In thanks for multitudinous blessings. Let us show our gratitude for all ot these mercies by reaching out a helping band to others who havo been less fortunate than ourselves. Remember tho poor at Thanksgiving tbo sick, tho destitute, tho Ijungry, the unemployed. In every community there are those to whom a kindly word or a generous hospitality would bring a real touch ot tho spirit ot the festival. Pass on your blessings. By so doing, you will make your own heart the lighter, your own homo tho brighter and your own Thanksgiving tablo more enjoyablo to all who sit around it Thank Him for All. "Giving thanks for all things unto God." Eph. v. 20. our-Bclv- won-trou- Thanksgiving Is tho mark of a truly religious man. If wo are always begging God for his" mercies without to him our sincere gratitude, wo become selfish in our demands. God delights to Impart his mercies to us, but be also takes pleasure In our gratitude to him for bis benefits. Only an appreciative heart Is able to fully; enjoy God's unfailing goodness. II Is certain that tho more we try to praise, the more wo will see bow our path and our dally way aro beset with mercies, and that the God ot Iots la vx watchlnx to do us gcod. Page Four. THE CITIZEN. EVANGELISTIC SERVICES November 30, 19 ' NEW STOCK BEST LINE OF 1 IWv. C. S. Knight of Baraboo, Wis., who Is to preach tho Thanksgiving sermon In tho Chnpcl In tho forenoon today, will remain over in Berca until Monday and conduct evangelistic services', preaching in tho Chnpcl, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS IN THE CITY Come and Wc Will Prove It. 1 , Wc Can Save You Money. Friday, Saturday and Sunday cvon-tnnt 7:00 p. m and in tho UnOn ion Church Sunday forenoon. Sunday afternoon ho will speak under tho auspices of tho Student's Religious A cordial InSociotles. vitation Is extended to all to bo lircscnt at theso meetings. STRAYED gs You pay E. F. COYLE more or get less S, S, CONVENTION Tho Annual Convocation of Madison o ioooaooaooooaoo0oooaooaoaoaooaoooaou a LOCAL PAGE o o NEWS f A largo black sow, with big cars, white whlto blazo in tho forehead, feet, long bushy tall and weighing from 125 to 150 pounds. Sho is marked with Binooth crop oft tho left ear and umfcr bit In tho right car. $2.00 reward for any ono who will bring her home, and $1.00 for information as to her whereabouts. Report to S. Hollandworth, tho Sam Davidson Farm, near Bluo Lick. R. H. CHRISMAN Undcrlnklnii nnd Embnlmlnd A Complete Line of Modern Funerul Supplies. Nidht SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. Day Phone 20 wo wanted 40 OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Fire. Phone 505 L. Se MAGAZINES AT NET PRICES, Ask for catalog. Spink's Agency, Mr. J. M, Early was nt homo lit tho first of tho week. Miss Emily Berger, a student of tho CITY rilONK 183 called to OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE Academy Department, was her homo In Ohio last week on account of tho death of her father. DAN H. BRECK Mr. Walter DIznoy has been spend- ing a few days with homo folks- Life and Hon. W. H. Clark of McKee was in Insurance Dr. town at tho first of tho week. a oaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoao rT--k oaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoS UK. DEOl, DENTIST Accident Richmond, Ky Mrs. E. P. Dlincy is spending tho .8 Mrs. C. M. Baker, a former student of Berca and whose husband, Mr. Milton Baker, Is a graduate of the Institution, has been tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Demmon for a short time. Sho left Thursday morning for her heme at Prairie Depot, Ohio, but expects to stop at Delaware, Ohio, for a visit with her son, Foster, who Is a student in Ohio Ror. Henry F. Kcltch, of Illinois, Woslcyan University. preached at tho Christian church it looks like everybody trades at several nlghU last week. There was Welch's. a large attendance and, everyone enCarl S. Kirk, Assistant Commisjoyed his sermons very much. sioner of Agriculture, arrived In town Mr. and Mrs. A. E. VanWlnkle Monday. Ho took part in the Farm-leave, Wednosday, for Portsmouth, ers's Instltuto, Tuesday and WednesOhio, where they will spend Thanksday. Carl has at last convinced his giving with Dr. Orln Robe. friends that he Is married. Ttoe wedding took place some weeks ago. Miss Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Early made a Cossldy, a former Berca stubusiness trip to Cincinnati, Monday. Stella dent, Is the bride. Mr. J. P. BIcknell was in ML Sewell Combs, one of our last year's Vernon, Sunday. men, reports success In his work at You can save money by trading at Casper, Wyoming. R. J. Englo'a. XMAS GIFTS Nothing better for Rally Day for Home Missions was tho money than a club of good magaobserved at the Christian church, zines' Spink's Agency, Bcrea, Ky. Sunday School with exercises by Mrs. Renfrew, conductor of the tho children last Sunday. Bostonla Orchestra who wero here Ladies, buy your Fall Coat from Saturday night, enjoyed a ride out Rhodus & Hayes. They have a big Into the surrounding country SaturPrice, $3.00 day afternoon. She was accompanied line to select from. by one of the other members of the to $20.00. Mr. Chester Parks was visited by orchestra. his sister, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Thomson, wlfo of Rev. Dr. A. Mr. Will Click who has been In tho E. Thomson, President of Lincoln hospital a fow days Is able to le Institute, left Monday for the winter to visit friends In California. out again. Baled straw 25 - m. Express Trains Stop to take on and let oft passengers fro ir1 boyond. Dayton, O., or from Atlanta and beyond. South Bound 8:00 a, m. Cincinnati 11:44 a. m. BEREA North Bound , 4:4C p. m. BEREA 8:37 p. m. Cincinnati a- N. TIME TABLE. North Bound Local 10:55 7:00 a. m. Knoxvlllo 3:62 1:01 p. m. BEREA 7:45 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound Local 8:15 6:30 a- - m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 BEREA 6:55 p. m. 5:60 Knoxvllle p. m. a. m. a. rn. p. m. a. m. Thanksgiving holidays with Prof. Dlzncy at Harlan, Ky. A fow Crystal White Orpington Cockerels, $1.00 each. E. L. Roberts. John L. Rogers who now has a good Dosltlon with Montcmcry Ward and recently sent Chicago, Company, greetings to Berca and Tho Citizen. It's the easiest way to mako money, "Savo tho Difference." fnm l'irl Pge the Bostonla Orchostra jcal effect, a closo second to tho famous Syin- Crabbo at tho Normal Camuus. Tucsday noon. Every Sunday School Phony. So perfect was tho performance In Madison County is urged to send a good delegation to this onnuil ol each Individual member of tho feast. Department officers will pre- orchestra that It would seem almost sent their annual reports, and op- - an Injustice to single, out any In1'OrtUnItV will hn riven fnr ntrnnl dividual. But tho fact that tho pro. gram Itself discriminated In putting dscuss,on Q, Sunday School work. Come nnd bring Miss Packard forward as tho violin your friends with you. soloist Justifies a word In common datlon of her Bklll. Her rendition of Polonaise No. 2 by Wlcnlowskl was BUGGY F0RSALE perfect and her mastery of the vio L. V. Dodgo's jump-sea- t, top buggy lin next to tho best. for salo on reasonable terms. Apply A delightful featuro of tho program early. For particulars seo T. J. was Mr. King's story telling. When or W. L. Flanery. we saw the program wo thought that Contmunl 1 County Sunday School Association is planned for Monday and Tuesday, December 4 and 5, at Richmond. Dr. J. G. Crabbc, President of tho Association, Is arranging for a rousing rally for tho ontlro county on this occasion. Dr. Joplln, General Secretary, of Louisville, and Mr. W. J. Vaughn, Field Agent, of Louisa, will bo present during tho convention and make addresses. Special music will bo given under tho direction of Prof. John C. Koch, of State Normal. Monday night's Rally will bo hold at tho Christian Church; tho program on Tuesday will bo held at First Pres byterian Church. Lunch will bo scrv ed to visiting delegates as guests of NEWS OF THE WEEK Continual from tint nnnually Imported Into tho United States for use upon American farms. SECESSION IN MEXICO Thru tho refusal of Iros. Madcro to assist In suppressing local insurrections, tho stato of Oaxnca has for- not tnnllv ileclnml thnt aha does recognlzo tho central government nnd is ready to defend her sovereignty. A GREAT MUSICAL TREAT all music and dldnt tako ' premises in tho city of Horca, Ky., very well to tho Idea of stories, but nt 11 o'clock n. m. soil to tho highest the first glance of Mr. King won our nnd best bidder at public auction tho hearts, and neither ono nor a doren following described property: Drglnnlng at a stono on tho south stories was enough. And wo saw that It was tho skill of tho psychologist alilo of Prospect St, in Uerca, Ky., that throw Mr. King Into tho midst corner of J. L. Baker, thenco cast- of the program, for Indeed It wns ward along south side of Prospect well to unbend and laugh heartily, St., 1,110 feet to land owned by after tho Intcnso con- - 80n McQulrc, thenco with lino of that the music had domaud-- nmo, southwest &25 feet to a stono Jccntratlon ed. 'corner to McGulro's. nnd In lino to It was a great program beyond ad- - Jason Williams, thenco with his crso criticism in every respect, and Hue westward 840 feet to a point Uerea enjoyed tho great treat. May noar center of crook, thenco with they come again. jHno of P. 11. Aniuroso and J. L. Bnk- ANOTHER TREAT Mr. Edmund Vance Cook, tho Ohio Poet, reading his own poems, will bo tho next number of tho Lyceum Courso for 1911-1- 2 and tho last number of tho fall section. Tho Commltteo says In announcing Mr. Cook, "If you lovo children, fun or great thoughts well expressed you must hear Mr. Cook read his own - l oms. Thoso who havo heard him pronounco him pleasing and lnipltlug. - ly, . feet to tho beginning, con- ncres moro or CM- Said tract hns been subdivided In- lo 23 .I)lt.ndll. building lot. with streets fronting same, and will be sold In single nnd combinations of (lots to suit purchasers. After all tho lots aro sold or offered for salo tho property will bo offered as a wholo and tho bid or bids producing tho .most monoy will bo accepted. Said plot Is on file In tho Cominlsiloucr'a (0fflco nnd Um( nt 1,010 I I 'cr. Mnin 22 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. Tho menu, otherwise the program. for Wednesday evening tho 6th 29 In brief as follows: First, Greeting; Second, Domestic j Dialects; Third, Foreign Poems; Fourth, Iniprcsslvo j phlcs; ji iiui, mo liiiiio toi; sum, Bons 'of Sentiment; Seventh, Tales Worth Telling. Under each of theso heads will be glvon a number of oems and stories; jsomo funny, some pathetic nnd all Inspiring and helpful. Tho Lyceum Commltteo has made (good long enough that wo may rest 'assured that their promise In this j particular case will bo fullfllled also. Revealing Character. There Is nothing In which people betray their character more than la what they And to laugh at Goethe. FOR nd 0 , Br0UnJ tho dny Qf Tvrms: Said land will bo Bold on u credit of six months or six and twelve months tlmo, with tho option of purchaser paying tho purcha monoy nt any tlmo beforo maturity. If sold on tlmo tho purchaser will bo required to oxocuto bond with approved security, payablo to the Commissioner, bearing C per cent interest from day of salo until paid and to secure payment of tho purchase money a lien will bo retained to have tho full force and effect of a Judgment H. C. Ulco, M. C. M. C. C. Depressing. We met the Early Illrd and were minted on glancing at our watches lo dlscovrr that the hour of seven had long since struck. "You're not so early, after all," we remarked, significantly. "No," assented the Early Bird, looking very conscious all at once. "The fact Is. I got the hook worm." Puck. SAlX" Bcrea College students are now making fine cement tile, diameter fo.ir Inches, one foot long. Prlco $2.00 per hundred. Less in quantity lots. Jutt the thing for farm tiling. Address Ba-rCollego, Berea, Ky. ea R.ed Cross Flour, commissioeersIale 65 cents. Every Sack Guaranteed W E L CH'S We Mattlo A Seal, etc.." Plaintiffs, vs. Llzzlo Hughes, etc Defendants. Under and by vlrtuo of a Judgment and ordor of salo rendered at the Octobor Term, 1311, of tho Madison Circuit Court, tho undersigned Master Commissioner of Mid Court will rn IWcdnodsay, Dec. 27, 1911, on tho TATUM'S cents per bale at Wolch's. Miss Amy Todd was visiting In Kingston, Sunday. this, Thursday, afternoon beginning FOR SALE: Ono eood 7 room house. at 2:00. One team will bo made Ono good 5 room house with moun- - up of players who are registered In tain water and two vacant lota all ! the Academy and tho other will be on Center St., near Main. A bargain composed entirely of College men. Tho rivalry between theso two if takon at once. S. B. Combs. Mildred Hudson delightfully 'partments of course is keen nnd in- entertained a number .of her friends terest in the game is running high. at hor homo on Jackson St, last Neither side Is willing to predict a victory and the outcome Is in doubt. Friday ovenlng. will also bo a tug of war bo- Miss Nettle Treadway of Paint Llok has boon vlsltlne at the homo twoei the halvos. The team With tho best "pull" will win. A largo crowd of hor sister, Mrs. Tom Logsdon. Is expected to bo present and no nd- mission will bo charged. Tho Womans Missionary Society of the Bcrea Baptist Church will be glad to take In fancy work, plain 'sowing, or tho tying of comforters. From now, henceforth and ever after Prices reasonable. Any ono wishing such work done may apply to Mrs. TEbe John Harrison or Mrs. U. B. Roberts. Mrs. Lucy Gordon of Lexington In the most attractive, comis spending several days with rela- building in UvcB in town. modious, Berca. With a line of merchMr. Arthur Hughes of Youngstown, andise and Christmas goods Ohio, dlod, tho 20th Inst. Mr. Hughes that will please every one. .married Miss Maude Lakes of Bcrea, Come ia tad See Us and a former Btudent of tho College. Mrs. The New Brick Building with him. Hughes and two children survive the Handsome Plate I WANTED: All your turkeys and Glass Windows chickens at a good price. J, S. Gott, St. Hotel Block Depot Street. I de-Mi- ss I I A very Interesting nnd what promises to bo a close football contest on tho Athletic Flold Is scheduled for Are Thankful If yon get your aext suit or overcoat kere, thea you'll be thankful toe, because everybody who wean one of our suits or overcoats is glad he does. They are such good values for the Boaey, you are sure to discover their superiority whea you have worn oae a while. That so many men in Berea are thankful that they bought their New Winter Clothes here. : : : At Home te IRachet Store I DROP IN AND LET US SHOW YOU HOW YOU WOULD LOOK IN ONE OF OUR NEWEST MODELS RHODUS MAIN ST. & HAYES BEREA, KY. THE QUALITY STORE r.,)Mim.Mat)1H1 r November 30, 191 1, THE CITIZEN. Pa c Five. TALK IS CHEAP But when it is put into newspaper space it costs moneys So we will save our talk about the details of these goods you have to see them to appreciate the excellence of quality, variety and quantity as for the prices they tell Big Sale On at Engle's 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. "f&X Brass beds with 2 inch post, $10.00. With a 45 lb. felt mattress to fitj.it at $5.00 each. $325.00 Pianos at agent's price for $200.00 on liberal terms. 9x12 Axminster rugs $15.00, 9x12 I3russels rug $10.00. 9x12 seamless velvets $20.00, 36x72 velvets $3.00. All 25c. mattings 20c. All 30c. mattings 25c. RANGES $15.00, $17.50, $20.00 and $25.00. I'm $5.00 under on each in price and $5.00 over on each in Quality. BUGGIES steel tire, rubber top, $40.00. Rubber tire, leather top, $65.00. Best American Steel and Wire Co's. field fence 25c. per rod. ROOFING, heaviest quality v crimp 28 guage painted, $2.00 per square. " " """ " " galvanized, $3.25 per square. fertilizer lor wheat, good, 90c. per hundred. Best, $1.30 per hundred. Other bargains by the score. You will show sense, and save the cents that make the dollars if you trade at Engle's for the next 30 days. J',. Big Sales of Shoes and Clothing R. J. ENGLE, Berea, Ky. BEST BARGAINS Phone 60 him as an authority on this See "THE FURNITURE MAN" BEREA COLLEGE WINS R. H. CHRISMAN. Judge Denton Decides that All Properties and Adjuncts of the Collego Full re Exempt from Taxation Text of the Opinion. Madison Circuit Court. The Commonwealth or Kentucky, Hy J. T. Fcrrlll. Auditor's l'lalntltf. ARcnt Judgment, vs. Defendant. Ucrca UoIIcko. In tlits proceeding certain !ro;x;r-tl- et College nro souKht to of Borca bo assitsed (or purposes of taxation. The defendant claims nu exemption undor Section 170 of Uio Constitution which specifies what properties shall be exempt, nnd uses this laiiguaRo: "Institutions of purvly public chorlty and Institutions of education not used or employed for Kiln by any person or corporation, and tho Incomo of which Is devoted solely to tho cause of education." Tho stato concedes that Herea Is such an educational Institution as that provision contemplates and no contention Is made that its buildings, grounds and other general property should bo taxed, but, at tho hearlnK of this caso, thu stato tin;-c- d that certain properties, designated by President Irost as utility adjuncts, should bo taxed because ths defendant. In tho uso of thoso adjuncts. Is conducting Hues of business which nro not educational or necessary to oducatlonal work, ami thereby competes with Individuals who do pay taxes on Ilka properties. Tho only adjuncts which tho representatives of tho state, at tho hearing, seriously Insisted should bo taxed are tbo Water riant, Boono PrlnUng Taern. the Laundry, thoexact conl'lant. and the Store Tho nection of each of these with Berea Collego as an educational Institution Is shown by tho testimony oM'resl-doFrost, tho only evidence presented, 'and transcript of that Is filed and nmdo a part of tho record In this caso. The Water Works was a gift to tho school to meet an urgent necessity, and tho sales of water have been Insignificant, not sufficient to defray an appreciable per cont of tho upkeep of tho Water Works. The Laundry Is educational and also a necessary utility adjunct. Tho Printing Plant, as used, la an educational adjunct. Tho Storo Is not conducted as a profit making enterprise, but for tbo accommodation and convenience of Uio students, and such an adjunct Is not an unusual ono In connection with an educational Institution. Patronage from tho public Is neither Invited nor desired. Tho Hotel, Boono Tavern, Is perhaps neither an oducatlonal ndjunu, nor an absolutely noc&sary utility adjunct, but as shown by President Frost, aonio of tho endowment fund of tho College was invested In this hotel block, to provide a placo where thet burden of furnishing hotel accommodations and entertainment to visitors of tho Institution could bo removed from the families of the members of tho faculty, and incidentally tho tavern Is open to tho general public. It Is not used or cmployod fqr gain by any person or corporation, and It a profit should result from Its operation, tho profit would pass Into tho treasury of Borea Collego, to Col-Ioro nt Protestant Kpiscopal Church. Section 10 of Its charter provides that in tho consideration of this caso "said University may hold and possess thu court has read numerous author- as much land as may bo necessary ities of this and other states, but lor tuo building, and such an ex only a few of them will bo cited. tent as may bo sufficient to protect Tho judicial minds of tho country said Institution and students thereof quite a variance when thiy from Intrusion of ovll minded persons show como to construe constitutions and' who may settle- near said institustatutes providing for tax exemp- tion: said land, however, not to tions, and It is not unusual to find ten thousand acres, ono thou members of tho samo court divided sand of which, including buildings on tho question. nnd other effects and property of During tho first ten years follow- said corporation, shall bo exempt ing tho adoption of Uio present Con- from taxation so long as said land stitution In this state, several cases oolongs to said university," calling for a construction of tho TJio ono thousand acres was laid lauguugo used in Section 170 of tho off and buildings ot tho University Constitution were presented to our erected on It. A part of tho ono thouCourt of Appeals. Tho leading caso sand acres along tho lino of a d, Is that of Trustees of Kentucky had been subdivided Into town Orphan School vs. City of Louis- lots, streets laid off and graded, and, ville, decided May 23rd, 1107. This along those, dwelling houses, store Orphan School Is located at Midway houses and a hotel have been erectIn Woodford County. Tho property ed, which bavo been by the sought to bo taxed was certain real .University to various rented under parties ostato and Improvements situated In leases extending from one to thlrty-- i tho City of Louisville, tho Incomo three y year b. An effort was mado to from which was used solely for tho tax this property, other than the purposo of educating femalo orphans University buildings proper and a at tho Midway School. Tho oplnon church. It was shown that all the In Uiat case, 100 Ky. 470, discusses emoluments and profits arising from all phases of tho Constitutional ex- ' emption which Is Involved In tho tho leases were used and devoted to and decision or this case, and tbo ma- I tho purposes of tbo University jority of tho court, as it was then 'not otherwise. The court held that constituted, reached the conclusion all this property was exempt. vs. CheIn Vanderbllt University that tho exemption of the Midway ney, 94 S. W. 90, tho Tennessee Court, Orphan Its enSchool "embraces property In In referring to other decisions in fund and dowment thvso assets are that stato said: form whatever "These decisions. It Will bo found," and tho doclslon of tho observed, adjudgo that in order court Is announced In this language: to onjoy tho exemption from taxa"We think, therefore, a protion It Is not necessary that the per construction of tho language property bo physically used for used in tho section (170) requires religious, charitable or educationtho exemption of the entire property of this Institution whor-eval purposes, that is to say, actually occupied, but that It the Insituated, and in whatever come and profits derived from form its investment may bo found.' Applying this rule, which 1b a such property are applied exclusively to the purposes aforesaid, broad one, to this case, It must mean property sought to be tho property Is entlUed to imthat all tho exempt, for it all simply taxed is munity from taxation." represents an investment of a porThe Legislature ot Tennessee, In tion of defendant's endowment fund. 1899. in order to limit the extent of Dissenting from the majority opin- , these tax exemptions, adopted this ion In that caso, Judges DuRoHo and amvnuiueui; Gutfy delivered a vigorous opinion "All property belonging to tho In which they present against such Institutions used in secular In tho majority .opinposition taken business competing with like busiion the samo arguments that tho reness that pays taxes to the state presentatives of tho stato forcibly shall bo taxed on, Its wbolo or urged In this caso, but tho Kentucky partial value. In proportion as tho Courts Bocni to bo irrevocably comsamo may be used in competition by mitted to tho viows announced with secular business." tho majority of tho court In tho MidAnd In Kentucky It tho framers way Orphan School caso. of tho Constitution mado too liberal Kentucky Is not alone In adoptprovision as to tax exemptions tho ing this view. In tho caso ot Stato a remedy must bo by an amendment vs. Mainline University, it is stated incorporating tho to tho Constitution, and not made by that the act University provided that "all corpor- tho Courts. It Is, In accordance with tho above ate property belonging to tho Institu- vIowb, adjudged that this proceeding tion, both real and personal, is and bo and it Is hereby dismissed, and shall bo free from taxation." Tho that tho defendant. Berea College, Minnesota Court, (48 N. W.) said: recover of J. T. Ferrlll Its costs hero"Tho languago of tho exemption in expended. Is so broad, and coming, as It J. M. DENTON. does, after numerous allusions to Judge. property which tho corporation might acqulro other than that by which would bo directly used FARMERS' INSTITUTE tho University, that thero can bo no doubt ot Its application to all Contluut.1 front l int rjc property of tho corporation which It might lawfully acqulro and spoko chiefly to tho students ot the hold." Tho Tennessee Court In University Vocational and Foundation Schools. of tho South vs. Skldmore, Trustee, Mr. Kirk's address was highly appre9 S. W. 892. takes tho same vlow. ciated by tho students who recognize Tho University of tho South Is under tho control and patronago ot tho cation. cx-'ce- cd ! rall-Iroalo er be used Bolely for tho causo of edu- Bluo Lick Fork at 7, thenco up Bluo Lick Fork S. 46, W. 10 poles, thenco Thero wcro talks also on poultry N. 10, W. 13 poles, thenco S. 75, W. raising and dairying, and Mr. Flan-cr- 10 poles to a stako at Water Gap ut Supt. ot tho Collego Farm, gavo 10, thenco N. 30, W. 106 poles to a a very Interesting address on somo of stako on old line, at 11, thenco S. tho work tho government Is undertak- 7fi, w. 146 pclcs to a white oak at ing and told how bulletins ot tho 12, thence S. 46, E. 34 poles, thenco various departments ot Agriculture S. 52 poles to tho beginning, containing 202 4 acres more or less. could bo obtained. This was ono of Terms; Said land will bo sold on a tho most Instructive and helpful adcredit of six and 12 months tlmo. ot tho Institute. dresses Tho purchaser being required to exe-cuSecretary Morton gavo two very two bonds of $500 each payable Interesting and helpful addresses to the Commissioner for tho benefit ono Wednesday morning, on Poultry of the two Infants and the residue In Raising, and tho second in the after- two equal amounts payable to A. B. noon on Bookkeeping for tho Farm- Slusher bearing 6 per cent, Interest er. from date of sale until paid with lien Another address of great Interest retained to secure the payment of was that by Clark Wilson on the all tho purchase money. 11. C. Rico, M. C. M. C. C. .Mountain Farmer. y, to g Tho feature ot tho afternoon moet-lncrop rotation was an address on and the soil by Prof. Francis Clark of tho Collego. Thoso who have heard Prof. Clark can rcallzo his ability to Impress, and his enthusiasm tor tho study of Agriculture, and ho was surely at his best when dealing with one of his favorite topics, Wednesday afternoon. While tho general object ot tho lastltuto was not a success In that tho farmors of this vicinity failed to attend in largo numbers, yet the Inspiration given to the students ot Uerea who are planning to return to the farms of tho state was well worth tho tlmo and energy spent planning for the Institute. Best Bargains that have ever been offered In farms, beautiful building lots, houses and lots, and first class business lots. We can suit the purchaser In almost any kind of property he wants, as the bbove have been carefully selected In the most desirable parti of the town. We can sell you a farm ot a few acres near town for a small amount ot money, or, anything from this up to a first class Blue Grass farm. If you have any notion ot becoming interested in a beautiful location at, or near Berea, It will certainly be to your Interest to call and see or write to Wyatt and Cornelius, Real Estate Rooms No. 1, 2 and 10. Berea Bank and Trust Co, Building, Berea, Ky. I. I BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE I have just bought the Isaacs' Hardware Store and in the future will carry a complete line ol HARDWARE, PAINTS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES PricesRight J. ft. CLARKSTON GiveUs aCall 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 Fish and Oysters every Thursday. IN OUR OWN STATE (Continued from (ritpi(e) persons being more or less seriously Injured. RESULTS OF ELECTION Out of tho 435,016 votes cost In the recent election McCroary received 226,771, O'Rcar 195,436, the other candidates for Governor together, plurality over McCreary's 13,309. O'Roar Is 31,335. COMMISSIONER'S A. B. VB. U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. SALE Slusher, eta, Plaintiffs. and order ot sala rendered at tho October Term of the Madison Circuit Court In tho above styled action the undersigned Master Commissioner ot said Court will on Monday, tho fourth day of Decombcr, 1911, In front of tho Court House door In Richmond, Ky., at 11 o'clock a. ni. sell to the highest and best bidder at public auction tho following boundary ft land. Boglnning at a stake in tho cen-to- r of tho Blue Lick Fork, on a line to Joff noblnson, at A, thence with said line S. 9 W. 85 poles to a stone corner to M. Parker's at 2, thence with said lino N. SC E. 132 poles to a stako at foot ot hill, thence N. 76 E. 50 poles to Whito at 4, thence N. at C4, E, 45 poles to a black gum old corner at 5, thence down Owsley Fork N. 20 W. 41 poles, thenco N. 47 W. 29 poles crossing said Fork to a stako at Junction ot Owsley's and Milliard Slusher, etc., Defendants. Under and hy virtue of a. Judgment Do You Want to Buy a Good Blue Grass Farm ? Do you want to buy a good building lot in Berea and do as others, have done, build .you a comfortable home, educate your children and make a living? Or is it a common to medium farm you want at a moderate price for either cash or terms with easy payments, close around and convenient to Berea College ? buy, It may be more convenient for-ou- o some of the beautiful homes already built that I have for sale for my clients in Berea. Good enough for anybody. I have plenty of Real Estate in Madison and adjoining Counties for sale at a price to suit any one, from $10 per acre to $150 per acre owing to the quality and location of the land. Think it over and v. rite me what you want or call at my office and we will talk it over. REMEMBER WHAT I SAY, you will always get a square deal with Holiday If interested. CALL UPON OR ADDRESS, i t ANOTHER GOOD FARM FOR SALE acres lying north of lloreuon Ilorea and Richmond nmu iroiu puuuo hciiooi nun iwu mutts iruui jiertm uui 1)lko, Untwouriii Is good retl bud, llmo atone land, nil in graHH and Ih one of Tlilrt farm tho best gran farms near Heron, Ih woll watered, linn plenty of wood and Umber to keep up place and fenced all around with wlro fence. Ono pood orchard and fairly good Iiouho, barn aud outbuildings on placo. This farm ocres of land for the money in this without ciuontlon is the boHt 78 section and can he bought any time within tho next thirty dayH for only $16 86 per acre. Anyone wanting a Farm Bargain should make it known , to J. P. illoknellatonce. I aNo have fourof tho most boautlful business Iota right In tho busiContaining 78 0 The Best Qualities of 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. 0 ness section of Uerea on GheHtnut Ht., where such loU nro worth one IH0O eaoh. In. x are thousand dollars each. Theso lots hIsob '21 ft.-- prices 00 ft. Priceto with and terms suit purof various I have other farms (larrartl and Madison Cos. chaser In Kock castle, Come, see and buy laud and lots. G. D. Room 4, Bcrta B.nk HOLLIDAY & Trust Building J. fc BICKNELL Mtta, Ky. MfeSt. W. I. DOOLEY BEREA, KY. a,Ky. h Ve Sir. THE CITIZEN. Turning and tossing about In the heat and unrest of his fever. lie had beheld Miles Standish, who came back late from the council Stalking Into the room, and heard blm mutter and murmur, Sometimes It seemed a prayer, and sometimes It sounded like swear and beckoning over the octan. Thero la another band, that la not so pectral and ghost-llke- . Holding me, drawing mo back, and clasping mine for protection. Float, O hand of cloud, and vanish away In tho etherl Roll thyself up llko a (1st, to threaten and daunt mo; I heed not Klthcr your warning or menace, or any omen of evil! Thero Is no land so sacred, no nlr so pure and so wholesome. As Is- tho air sho breathes, nnd the soil that Is pressed by her footsteps. Hero for her sake will I stay, nnd llko an Invisible presence Hover nround her for over, protecting, supporting her weakness; Yes! as my foot was tho first that stepped on this rock at tho land- NoTmfeer30, 111 SERIAL STORY NEHEMIAH AND HIS ENEMIES SmUy ScimI Uu.a SpaoUaj LKflBON BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL DEPARTMENT OF BEREA COLLEGE It Dm. 10, till Papr 1 (Tic Citizen is a specimen of ear work.) Prints letter.hcnds, cards, rcportr, sermons, n:id bocks in the bust mnnucr, and at lowest prices. Your patronage is asked to help students, and to insure your netting your money's worth. Call at the office, or send orders by mail. You will get sat Isfaction. Terms aash. Address band-hill- lng. Once he had como to the bed, and stood there a moment In sllcnco; Then he had turned away, and said "I will not wnko him; I ,ot him sleep on, It Is best; for what Is the use of more talking!" Then he extinguished tho light, and threw himself down on his pallot, Dressed as ho was, and ready to start at tho break of tho morning,-Covered himself with the cloak he had worn In his campaigns In With Illnitratlom Flanders, b- Slept ns a soldier sleeps In his ing, Howard Chandler Christy bivouac, ready for action. So, with tho blessing ot God. shall It Bat with tho dawn ho nroso; In the be the last at tho leaving!" twilight Alden beheld him Put on his corselet of steel, and all Mcanwhllo the Master alert, but (OnprrtiM, Tb Bobbr Marrtlt 0mpnji the rest of his armor, with dignified nlr nnd Important, llucklo about his wnlst his trusty Scanning with watchful eye the tide blado of Damascus, and the wind and the weather, Tako from tho corner his musket, and Walked about on tho sands; and tho so strtdo out of the chamber. people crowded nround him Often tho heart ot tho youth had burned and yearned to embrace him, J 11st In tlio gray of tho dawn, as the mists uprose from Inn meadows, Often his lips had essayed to speak. Imploring for pardon; There wan a stir and a Bound In the All the old friendship came back, slumbering village of Plymouth; with Its tender and grateful emo'Clanging and clicking of arms, and tions; the order Imperative, "Forward! tllvcn In tono suppressed, a tramp of Hut his pride overmastered tho nobler nature within him, foot, and then silence. Figures ten. In (ho mist, marched Pride, and tho sense of his wrong. and the burning fire of the Insult slowly out of the vlllago. Standish the stalwart It was, with So bo bebeld his friend departing In anger, but spake not eight of his valorous army. Xcd by their Indian guide, by Hobo- - Saw htm go forth to danger, perhaps to death, and ho spake not! mok, friend of tho white men, 'Northward marching to quell tho sud Then ho arose from his bed, and heard what the people were sayden revolt of tho savage. ing, Clanta they seemed In the mist, or the Joined In tho talk at the door, with mighty men of King David; Stephen and Richard and Gilbert, Clants In heart they were, who be lieved in God and the Bible. Joined In the morning prayer, and In Aye, who believed In tho smiting of the reading of Scripture, And, with the others, tn baste went Mldlanltcs and Philistines. hurrying down to the sea shore. Down to the Plymouth Rock, that had been (o their feet as a doorstep Into a world unknown, tho corner- stono of a nation! Arrant! for This lah We Courtship TfiXT-Nehem- Standish clliles StKMOIlT VUItHR-- U. OOMIKN TKXT "The Lord It strength of my lira; of whom shall rj.i. airni:i. TIMR-- n. The wall waa Mnlihul In U days In Au stin nnu BrptemiHtr. PLACIS Jerusalem and vicinity. ra. C. t th b 411. Sailing of the Mayflower was wholly bewildered. Nearer the boat stood Alden, with ono foot placed on tho gunwale, One still firm' on tho rock, and talking t at times with the sailors. Seated erect on the thwarts, all ready He, too, was eager to no. and thus put an end to his anguish, Thinking to fly from despair, that swifter than keel is or canvas. Thinking to drown In the sea tho ghost that would rlso and pursue him. Hut as he gazed on the crowd, ho be held the form ot Prlscllla There with bis boat was the Master, already a little Impatient Lest he should loso the tide, or the wind might shift to the eastward Square-built- , hearty, and strong, with an odor of ocean about him, Speaking with this one and that, and cramming letters and parcels Into his pockets capacious, and mes sages mingled together Into his narrow brain, till at last he and eager for starting. t Standing dejected among them, uncon- bcIous of all that was passing. Fixed wero her eyes upon his, as if she divined his Intention, Fixed with a look so Bad, so reproach ful. Imploring and patient, That with a sudden revulsion bis heart recoiled from its purpose. "Many a mllo had they marched, As from tho verge ot a crag, where when at length the village of one step more Is destruction. Strange la the heart ot man, with its 'Woke flora IU sleep, and arose, Inquick, mysterious instincts! tent on its manifold labors. Sweet was the air and soft; and slowly tho smoke from tho chimneys Hose over roofs of thatch, and pointed steadily eastward: 31cn came forth from the doors, and paused and talked of tho weather. Said that tho wind had changed, and was blowing fair for the Ply-mouMay-Bowe- r; Take His Musket, and So Stride Out. Over them gleamed far off the crim son banners of morning; Under them loud on the sands, the serried billows, advancing. Fired along tho line and In regular urder rctreatod. Talked of their Captain's departure, and all the dangers that menaced. TUe being gone, tho (own. and what should .bo done In his absence. Merrily sang the birds, and the tender voices of women Consecrated with hymns the common cares of the household. Out of the sea ro3 tho sun, and the billows rejoiced at his coming; Beautiful were his foot on the purple tops of tho mountains; Beautiful on tho sails of the Mayflower riding at anchor, Battered and blackened and worn by all the storms of tho wlnlor. Xoosely against her mast was .hanging and flapping her canvas. ltent by so in&tiygalas, and patched by tho hands of the sailors. Suddenly from her aide, as the sun rose over the ocean, Darted n puff of smoke, and floated seaward; anon rang over field aud forest the cannon's roar, and tho echoes Heard and repeated tho sound, the of departure! Ah! but with Iquder echoes replied the hearts ot tho people! "Meekly, In voices subdued, the chapter was read from the lllble, tho prayer was begun, but unded In fervent entreaty! Then from thrlr housos In haste came forth tho Pilgrims of I'lymouth, .Men and women and children, all bur- rjlug down to the sea shoro, ragiT, with tearful eyes, to say farewell to the Mayflower, "Homeward bound o'er the a.ea and lenvlng them here In tho desert n .Mi-ekl- Standing Dejocted, Unconscious of All. Strange Is tho life of man, and fatal or fated aro moments, Whereupon turn, as on hinges, the gates of the wall adamantine! Hero I remain!" be exclaimed, as ho looked at tho heavens above blm. Thanking tho Lord whose breath bad scuttered the mist and the madness. Wherein, blind and lost, to death be was staggering headlong. Foremost among them was Alden. Yonder cloud, that floats All night ho had lain without tu tho ether abovo me. J Bvcnis llko a band that Is pointing !UtlllHT. snow-whit- Thero wero enemies within tho Jewish church. Somo of tho nobles and richer men had been oppressing their poorer brethren who wero working a great sacriiice in rebuilding the walls. No wages were paid for this wort, so that many wore thus reduced to the direst straits to support thomielves and their families, and pay tho taxes exacted by tho Persian government. Their misfortunes were brought to a climax by tho condition or hostilities, which put an end to trade, and threatened town and country with ruin. It was Imposslblo to obtain regular em ployment, and prices bad gone up. Thoso who had a little property mortgaged their homes; and in this way a considerable portion of the property of tho poorer classes, their grain-field- s vineyards, and dwellings, passed into tho hands of wealthy moneylenders, who demanded high usury. Somo, having no means to pay their creditors, sold their children as staves. Tho hungry one wero threatening, if the grain was not given to keep them fro mstarvatlon, they would take It by violence, or surrender the city to Its enemies. Tho taxes for the Persian government wero very boavy and exacting. Tho chief nfllcers farmed out tho collection ot tho taxes, both In money and In tho fruits ot tho land. Thcso under odcers wero tho same as thoso called publican In the New Testament They wero required to pay over to their superior the exorbitant sum fixed by law, nnd depended for their profit on what they could make by fraud and extortion. They overcharged, brought falso charges ot smuggling to extort o seized upon property In case ot nnd held It until their levy was paid, forbado tho farmer to renp his Btandlng crops until they had wruns' ; Ca aJMsaswssw from him all that his penury could i yruuuce. mey were universally rearHow Good You Have Been to Me. ed, hated, and despised. No monoy Saying u few last words, and enforc- known to havo come from them wns received for religious uses. ing his careful remembrance. Now these, who professed religion Then, taking each by tho hand, as it and lived heathenism, wero tho great he were grasping a tiller. ' Into the boat ho sprang, and in hasto "V ,nJ.u7 '.tho Cau" for wh,cn I ichcmlah had come. It was against shoved off to his vessel. Glad In his heart to net rid of nil thU BUCh ns thcso that Jcaus launched the lightning of his "Woounto I sharpest worry and flurry, Glad to be gone from a land of sand yoiV nyPttcs." They aro traitors to their country, tholr church and tbclr and sickness and sorrow. Short allowance of victuals nnd plenty God. The church stands for tho highest expression of man's life. A church ot nothing but Gospel! Lost In the sound ot the oars was tho represents the permanent spiritual Ideals. It embodies tho loftiest human laBt farewell of the Pilgrims. O strong hearts and true! not ono aspirations; a nation's best expression of Its religious sentiment reprewent back in tho Mayflower! So, not ono looked back, who had set sents that nation at Its best. Now whosoever in the name of tho churcb, his hand to this plowing! as a member ot it, docs actions conSoon were heard on board tho trary to its wholo spirit. Is tho greatest enemy of tho kingdom ot God. shouts and songs of tho Bailors Nehomlah overcame these enemies. Heaving the windlass round, and He changed them from cnomlcs to hoisting tho .ponderous anchor. Then the yards were braced, and all friends. Ho rebuked them with burn-InIndignation. He told them to their sails set to tho west wind, Ulowlng steady and strong: 'and tho face the wrong they wero doing, lit Mayflower sailed from tho harbor. persuaded them to repent and undc Rounded the point ot the Gurnet, and the wrongs thoy had done: "I pray you, lot us leavo off this usury. leaving far to the southward I pray you, to them, oven thli Island and cape ot sand, and tho Flold day, their lands, their vineyards, their of the First 'Encounter, Took tho wind on her quarter, and ollveynrds, and their houses, also thi hundredth part of the money, and ot stood for tho open Atlantic, Home on the send of the sea, and the tho corn, the wine, and tho oil, that ye exact of them." Then said they, swelling hearts ot the Pilgrims. "We will restore them, and will reLong in sllenco they watched tho re- quire nothing of them; so will we do as thou sayest." He set them a good ceding sail of the vessel. Much endearod to them all, .as some example. He refused to tako tho usual salary of tho govornor. Ho bore all thing living nnd human; Then, as it filled with tho spirit, ant tho expenses ot bis retinuo. His noble conduct rnado tbe names of thcso oprapt In a vision prophetic. Daring bis boary bead, the excellent pressors show black as the smoke of the pit. Elder of Plymouth One of tho greatest powers for reSaid, "Let us pray!" and they prayed and thanked tho Lord and took forming abuses is publicity. Let every man's namo be on his deed, on th courage. Mournfully sobbed tho waves at tbtr work ho does, on everything he says, base of the rock, and abovo thorn on all that he owns. There is a continual temptation tonowed and whispered tho wheat on the hill ot death, and their kin- day for Christian workers to give up their time and strength to discussing dred Seemed to awake In their graves, aud tho many theories and unsottled questions which aro continually confront to join In the prayer that they ing them. All sorts of men say all and white, on the east sorts of things till it seems as if tbese clouds were obscuring tho whole conern verge ot tho ocean Gleamod the departing sail, llko a tinent of Truth. This is true of many other things besides religion. Now marble slab In a graveyard; Burled bcteath It lay for over nil hope the way to escape from thcso scares Is to attend to our duties, to go to of escaping. Lo! as they turned to depart, they work for tho Causo of Christ with all our hearts, to giro ourselves to helpsaw the form of an Indian, Watching them from tho hill; but ing save our fellow men, both body whllo thoy spako with each other, and soul. For then wo will use the Pointing with outstretched hands, aed essential things hr which our work la Buying. "Look!" ho had vanlshid. j accomplished. We thus test tho work- So they returned to their homes; but Ing theories by using them. Those Alden lingered a little, t principles that bring results arr the ai'd ones we want. Wo find out what they Musing alono on tho shoro, watching the wash ot tho blllovs are worth through testing them by Hound tbe base of tho rock, and Ue what thoy will do. Working for Christ sparklo and flash of the sun- and for his children is our safeguard. Nehemtah was asked to leave bis shine. Like tbe spirit of Ood, moving vlslbt work or personal safety. This was too baso an appeal. Nehemlah Indigover tho waters. (TO BB CONTINUED.) nantly exclaimed, "Should such a man as I flee?" Height of Fame. Tbe verj buneneiB of the appeal "And how It your son Henry go opened N'ehtmlah's eyes to tho ting on In literature T" asked tbu visi- that Shemaluh was not a prophet, fact but tor. a niero tool of Sanballat bribed to enOh, he's doing famously," said th snare him. That any ono could Im"His autotroph agine proud mother. that be could bo Influenced by other day." brought 110 the tear, touched Nehcmlab's heart to tb Really?" promissory not quick. It was an Insult that the gar Yes signed to a ernor could only put Into tho hands of I bought It u for three hundred Clod to wlpo out Hut in tbe end th salt." Harper's Weelit. all was built. hush-monedls-put, . BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL, Borca, Ky. HOUSES TO RENT To those who have children to educate nnd wish to reside in Uerea for a longer or shorter time to enjoy its educational advantages, the College has n number of houses, large nnd small, some of them partly furnished, to rent on reasonable terms. Address THE COLLEGE TR-EASUR- Bere'a, Ky. THE BEREA HOSPITAL NURSE TRAINING SCHOOL OF BEREA COLLEGE creases prospects of recovery. Rntcs Ono Dollar a day and up. Bond for prompt payment required. For further particulars address Has best operating room and all modern appliances for cart of a limited number ot patients. Hospital t remount gnatly h THE HOSPITAL, Boron, Ky. If Mrs. Jones buys her coffee at Smith's each week If tho codco in your store is hotter than Smith's and cheaper Why. TELL MRS. JONES ! Don't dash wildly across th street to tell her, though; she'd laugh at you. Insert a sane, forceful advertisement in this papor about vour coffeo. We'll catch her eyo by making vour - j attractive. Then all that is left for you to do is to take in the money for the collee Mrs. Jones buys. (Uup-rW- Find the Man I i I I Every man and woman is anxious to buy some article necessity or luxury every day of his or her life, Single handed it would take you months to seek out those interested in your line of business. An advertisement in this paper does the work instantaneously. It corrals the purchaser brings h!m to your store makes him buy things you advertised. (U(i rum, Vut, bt W. X. I ax. bt w. .v u.i V.l Enlarging Your Business H H If you are in businessand you want to make sHI VH Wt B more money you read every word we have to will say. Are you money (or ad- vertising in hap-hazard fashion as if intended sW for charity, or do you advertise for direct results? Did you ever stop to think how your advertising can be V mi spending your annually, and then carefully note the effect it has in your volume of business; whether a 10, ao or 30 per cent increase. If you watch this gain from year to you will become intensely interested in your advertising, and how you can make it en-lar- V your business. If you try this method wm made a source of profit to you, and how its value can be measured in dollars and cents. If you have not, you are throwing money away. Advertising is a modern business necessity, but must be conducted on business principles. If you are not satisfied with your advertising you should set aside a certain amount of money to be spent believe you will not want to let a single issue of this paper go to press without something from your store. We will be pleased to hav you call on us, and we will take pleasure in explaining our annual contract for so many inches, and how it can be used in whatever amount that seems necessary to you. If you can sell goods over the counter we can also show you why this paper will best serve your interests when you want to reach the people of this community. Reading Matter Tho Right Kind of The home news; the doings of the people In this town; the gossip of our own community, that's the first kind of reading matter you want. It is more important, more interesting to you than that given by the paper or magazine from tho outside world. It is the first reading matter you should buy. Each issue of this paper gives to you just what you will consider flight Kind of. Reading Matter. November 30, 1911 THE CITIZEN. TYPHOID Dr. Page Serea. D4IRY D FEVER FROM MILK Evant, Noted Authority en Pre ventive Medicine, Telia of Dan. gera In Bacteria. Dr. W. A. Kvans, the greatest au thority on preventive tncdlclno In ths RELIGION AND FUN By Dr. William S. Jacob PMor ( Flnt Pmtntrrbs Ckartk, Ilowioa. Tom BEREA Five Great Schools Under One Management The world generally respects long- - Day Is Rapidly Passing When Alcohol T Are Your faced Christiana, and some have tho Is Considered of Value In ProAre Your Idea that they aro more pious becnuso ducing Detter Work. TOO. of this. Hut I don't like that kind of .That Is Has the VALUE OF A PURE-BRESIRE a man. You remember tho poet w,as 'At you not far advanced? Then enter the It Is not generally known that tho nnco calling In his old classmates FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent Her vast majority of men of genius are after thoy were old men, and after ho itrong In their condemnation of In' Pedigree Dullt Get Calves Far Su Will be placed with others like yourself, under a special teacher, ana had enumerated nil, ho spoke of the loxlcatlng liquors, perior In Dairy Quality to Thoie saost rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and th commoa writes T. Darley laughing boy, the ono whom you of Local Animals. branches and be ready to uae them. You will have slnginr. drawing, farm In tho Cumberland Presbyte might think was all fun, but others Allen Ono yoar In th Toa and houaehold management, and fro rian. Thomas A. Edison Is n total ab laughed at his good deeds, and his (fly w. It. niLtlKHT.) daUon School costs less than 190 and Is worth 91,000. stainer. Mistral, the poet of Proven Although tho general run of dairy poor friend laughed loudest ot nil. Are you aiming to be a teacher? Then Join the cal, says that, although he Is In the believe It Is truo In the great poem rowii urn (if no ilnflnlln tiroodlnir. fhnv NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnemore, Dean. Her you will be as habit of drinking a small quantity of of life, said Dr. Jacobs, that tho best aro not necessarily tho worse tor that- trained that you will fear no examination, and you will be- taught how Ine with his meals, he Is convinced (lood dnlrv minlilv la a natural phr- life Is given to the man who can go teach. The demand for Derca trained teachers tar exceeda the supply. that tho use ot Intoxicating liquors In through It with a smile, acterlatlc which la hereditary to an Are you Interested In earning money? any form Is fatal to Intellectual ef degree. A long line of an- somo experience with I havo had eminent THE- - VOCATIONAL 6CHOOL8, Miles E. Marah, Dean. Jules Claretlc says be never In college, fort. ceatora of dairy character on both this matter. When I was Home Selene. Mountain Agriculture. encourage drinks nnythlng of on alcoholic nature side of tho family treo Is quite auf. when I needed help and Nursing. Woodwork and Carpentry. when he has Intellectual work to do. ment, 1 did not go to the nustero man. llclcnt to Insure good dairy auallty of Business Course, Eta. Printing and Pierre Ixitl Is a total abstainer, and A typhoid water supply on tho farm but to the man with tho smile. It tho offaprtng. Here you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy 4otsj) Dairy character has been developed would spread It, not through Infec- seemed 1 could approach him easier. Paul Ilourget declares alcohol In every things In a superior manner. cows dnnxlng the water, I havo had some cxperlcnco along form and In tho smallest quantities to by careful selection. It la not a qual- tion' of tho Aro you desiring tho next best thing to a College Course? The Ulss ity originally Inherent In any one but through washing tho cans with It. these lines since I havo been In tho be detrimental to creative labor. Jules two years or three years In the If milk Is properly pasteurized It la ministry. Many men with Borrows and Lcmaltrc gave up wine drinking be Dean. Twt GENERAL ACADEMY COUR8E, Francis E. Matheny, safo from Infection by any ono who trouble havo come to me for advlco cause he found It Interfered with his years, or tbre years, in such practical studies as will fit you for an hoaosv handles It prior to tho tlmo of Pas and assistance and 1 do not bellcvo work. George Hernard Shaw Is a total ab able and useful life. You select your studies from such as these: Phya teurization It was because of any profound In ology tho science of health; Civics tho science ot government; Qreunraavi-thHaw milk should never be used presslon I had made upon them by stainer, and the late George Meredith Ethics tho'sclence of rlgM was an abstainer and a strong advoart of correct speech and without hunting. profound exposition, but ,ccnu6c 1 had cate of total abstlnenco for others. Al To heat milk put the bottlo In a and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence e met them with a smile, Mid they felt fred HusEcll Wallace, J" if' Botany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady; Physic-thbolter of cold water and heat until the scientist; of 1 iB ti'j bubbles arc rising In the milk. I'ut they could como. If the little bitwas William llugglns, tho astronomer, and sclcnco of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc, etc good I can do Inside tho church Do you wish to prepare to enter Collogo? 8tart In tho tho milk In tho refrigerator or cool It all that I could do, I would resign John Gorst, the physician, nre eminent octogenarians who, gradually with faucet water. It should from their BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Msthenjrw-Deathe ministry and tnko up n secu- lives, have condemned through of albe kept below 55 degrees, the uso Best training in Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. Tm Is not sermons s Champion Holsteln. 'uttlng typhoid Infected milk Into Iar culling. Preaching meaningless of coholic drinks. and Men's Dormitory, and a larg boely Academy has Its own work. Tho Vincent d'Indy says: "1 have never hot co (Too wtll not kill the bacteria tho mainAny man ran say things; any of students of high character and ability, able Instructors, and um es! C4-te- gs breed, although some breeds prove and maku tho milk sate. Tho milk words. regarded alcohol as of the slightest Library and apparatus. themselves morn amendablo to the in cools tho coffee The aides of the cup man can preach. If had nothing to value In producing musical Ideas. I do but get up sermons I could get would even go fluence of selection than others. cool It more Ilctween thoso two tho further and add that Dairy farmers are fully allvo to tho temperature Is lowered to a point them up by the barrel. My opportunity If duo to artificial means. of heredity In this respect. work Is to go and meet peo creation. Irnportanco whero some of tho typhoid bacteria for real like alcohol, has every chance of beple with burdens on their hearts, nnd ing and although they favor cattlo of cer survive. vitiated. The College Itself stands apart from all tho other schools under Us of tain breed, they fight shy of cattle It Is much safer to drink hot milk to help them. Tho testimonies of many other men jrcment and has long maintained tho higheat standards known In the South. Wo find out a great many things thoso breeds from pedigree herds. In coffeo than It Is to use cream. Cor of genius should be added To conform to tho Carneglo standards' we ha70 diminished our former reThis Is because they have found that fee and hot milk Is somnwhat easier about tho world when wo get'out In It. going to show thnt the daytoIsthe forerapidly quirements'. Required and elective studies with opportunity to oonoeotratei pedigree buUs In many nstancc got Uj(j ugMHon h(m coltee Rnd After nfl. It was not the sermon on passing when nlcohol Is considered tn particular lines. Largest college library hn Kentucky. Laboratxtrleev the mount, but his Ufa In the valley as of value In helping one to produce equipped for student practice Courses leading to the degree of A. B, IV mo ernes 01 and on the seashore that gives us 7 lt w, Dot ,,e Mfo t0 drink com. better work than when In his normal 8, B. L., and B. Ped. .no inmience o. an tncrcia raw rallk for several years our conception of Christ. All the world condition. Alcohol Is not helpful to MUSIC (Singing Free). Ueed Organ. Voice- Culture, Piano, Theory.-Band- , very Jarreacblng for bis heifer . 0 get away from its sorrow Is , f,o Mt mcnh that omy man Is trying to men of genius or talent In the producmay bo taken for special tee la connection with work is any of tL of what they tiro capable grown more and moro not show t typnoW I think wo havo w)0 drnkg rnw m,k wl tion of their work, hut, on the con. above schools. Into Incorporating sorrowe Into our trary. Is urr uib iuvuu until inreo jc-na detriment. And this Is lion. faces, voices and mnnners. rapidly being recognized by thinking During these three years, that bull. Whnt kind of a memory do you wish people everywhere. If bo Is a wrong one, wtll have been to leave? Are you going to leave destroying tho dairy character that your friends a happy thought that probably took many years to estab will strengthen them and comfort ALCOHOL HURTS THE MEMORY Berea, Friend of Worklnjj 8tudents. Brea College, with, its affiliate lish. them after you are gone? This busl Institution. It requires certain tees, bat chools, is not a money-makinself- Physician Who Drinks Beer Regular Tho reason why pedlgreo bulls In Is one-haness ot It expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit ot Its atsv tho past have failed aa popular sires a He. If your ishness and one-hal-t ly Is Unable to Follow New Range dents, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for studeatai. In tho dairy herds la to do attributed soul is as sorrowful as your face ap of Ideas and Retain Facta. to earn and save In every way. to the cattle-showto a groat extent pears, you are not content. The moro OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to proUeT. naturally Ureedora of bulla for sale, piety, tho more I see ot A medical writer In a recent Issue the character, and reputation of the young people. Our students cease it publicity An Illinois stable where milk Is pro convinced I am thnt It Is not genuine look to the show yards for of the ''Journal of Inebriety" makes duced for sale In the neighboring the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve, tor any and aucceas to bring tbdr cattle un t always bad respect-fo- r iha. Methodist the following striking statement re village. be sick the College provides doctor andf nurso without extrachaigav der- - tbo notice of the buyers.amen." lt Is a sort ot applause al. garding the effect of alcoholic Indul All excent those with parents in Berea Uve In College building. g, ,ha. -Hulls. of dairy strains at ono year truo .here would lowed In church, which serves to en gence on the memory: assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable traha-Inold. thoi usual ego for exhibiting, do bo no ncei of lnl, arlCe. Tho wavs courage the speaker and help him "A physician who drinks beer reg getting pay according to tho value of thoir labor. Except la vrhai and not fill tho eye with tho samo effect wouj,j rg8 Bpontancously and the sit-a- s nlong. lt may not be as formal as ularly Is unable to follow any new ter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their- - s tho beef t)pe. so tncy do not ap- - U4lon WOuld bo cured. The condition the amen of the Episcopalian or as the range of Ideas and retain the facta. penses. Write to the Secretary beforo coming to secure employment pear In tho prize Hat ana are oranacu loeroted becauae most of those silence of the Presbyterian, but It The Impressions made at the time PERSONAL EXPEN8ES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, eta. vsry accordingly. as Inferior something. I wish cnougn seem to be very transient and quickwho aro endangered escape without with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate le the beet, Injury. Tboae who have the disease Methodists would Join my church to ly disappear. The men. one an abmust attend classes regardless of the weather, warm Wrap are In tho minority. Nevertheless furnish on amen corner. I like for stainer and the other a moderate but a students underclothing, umbrella and overshoes aro necessary. Tn CATCH FOR ANY SMALL DOOR and there Is a degree of hazard which no you to respond- - when I talk. Some drinker, were sent oh a commission tlv 8tore furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrella man la Justified In assuming. times I seo someone nod his bead and to examine and report on the waterWill other necessary articles at cost. Device Shown In the Illustration I have met with bis ap shed of a large lake. I seo that LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost The College ask no Be Found of Much Convenience I see another proval. And then again Cleaning the Separator. "The abstainer saw many things for thn fine bulldlnes In which students Uve, charging only enough 1 on Farm. head, and I know he docsn' and gave a minute, accurate report. In cleaning the separator be euro shake his n n mv fnr clKuilnr. renalrs. fuel. llEhts. and washing of bedding believe It. At any rate, whether you The moderate drlckor's report was An easily mado and very effective and aeo that tho parts aro dried rap- - like towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1 J5 a woek. In the fslL. lt or not. I like the response, as catch to bold any small door, as In a I idly so thoy will not rust; sun me 1 feel wo are talking and there Is very imperfect and omitted Important and $1.60 in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bearnMetxinrd. etc.. Is shown I drvlne Bhould not be dono with a facts and failed to put down several ding. 40 to 60 cents for each person. something between us. Both data that were necessary. In tho sketch. It Is simply a small cloth, as much lint will be left and on SCHOOL FEES aro two. First a "Dollar Depoalt," as guarantee tear Is as much religion In happl reports the day after the return of room key, library books, etc This is paid but once, and ie return tbla will be a largo number 01 bac as Thero 1 say there Is more wrote the sorrow. In teria. Dolling water will cause the There should be only ono kind of sor examination. The difference was the when the student departs. parte to dry rapidly and evenly and fault of memory. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care of school builaV many of the bacteria. row, and that Is godly sorrow. And will bo death to "It has been noted that moderate lngs, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services eC hapthero Is moro reason for godly more frequently carry noteteachers all our Instruction la a free gift). Tho Incidental Fee for piness than sorrow. After all. there drinkers put down Items of facts and books to Cream for Churning studonts is $5.00 a term, $6.00 In Academy and Normal, ana si.uu m Is not very much to worry about In Information which tbey fear may Only an expert la nblo to tell by the giato courses. this world. If we will but keep up their attention. Men who are smell Just when tho cream Is right for tralle. If wo only look at It in the PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent Bjr n clean, sour engaged In absorbing business rechurning. It then has Catch for a Small Door. the term, board by tho half term. Installments are as follows: way every sorrow has its mean ilsht quiring axact attention to details alnn.l Kmplls llkn nuts fresh from Ing. Vocational Tho bitterest sorrowB of my me ways depend on notes made at the screw eye aim uu ujuiunnuiius I Academy and Foundation the woods. have been my greatest opportunities. un suuwu ui uu iu- UMoencu, Colleces- and place, and this Is frequently and Normal School. FALL TERM They have enabled rae to find myself. time Indirect result ot spirits and a they hold the door, says ncr In which $ 6.00 the I 6.00 Incidental Fee to see whether 1 was right or wrong. damaged memory." It. l'oputar Mechanics, Is shown at Room Christians ought not to sorrow as Board, 7 week tboao with no hope, but they should Good Reason for'Condemlng. Have you over noticed how GOOD PLACE FOR SEPARATOR rejoice. 3S.4 $20.05 Amount due Sept. 13, 1911 "Tho Provident Savings Life Assurserious sin Is? who aro tho pcopi 9.48 t. 9.45 Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911 the people who ance Society of New York hns this They are who laugh Room With Cement Floor and Plas have down In their hearts tho con year Issued to Its policy holders 0 tered Walls In Some Part of $31.90 $29.50 Total for term sclousncss ot purity and right living, health bulletin for tho correction ol Darn Is Convenient. $31.40 $32.a $29.00 If paid In advance Tho happier sWo of life Is tho- trl popular fallacies In favor of drink by WINTER TERM umphnnt, tho other fatalistic. A long a plain statement of tho scientific where to place a cream separaJust mm 0 J-Incidental Fee face Is up Indlcntlon of defeat nnd facts. Tho Sunday School Times In tor for convenient use In sometimes a M0 Room despnlr. Tho Christian needs no long Its Inst tomicrance number published requires that question. Convenience 00 " on the way to Inherit nn article by tho medical director ol lu or near tho barn, ord.ewceks tho place No nmount of washing will rid over- - face. Tho man though It 1 sometimes placed In tho churned butter of milk. a great fortuno docs uot stop to grlevo tho snmo comnany setting forth some 122.20 US $20.00 facts which he de tho sand. Amount due Jan. 3. 1912 kitchen or some portion of tlio homo Excitement, noise nnd confusion arc over n illmo lost In ought to goSo with fof these scientific In addition to such 9.00 9.00 laughclared show "that building. Board 6 weeks, duo Feb. 14, 1912 tho Chrlstlnn. He milk producnot conduclvo to best floor and tion. ing as ho walks, even to tho tomb, moral objections as may exist to the A room with cement $32. $31.20 29.00 stopping stones of grnvo custom of alcoholic Indulgence, we Total for term plastered walls can be constructed In combination Is the mnklng A $31 $30.70 scientific and $28.50 part of the barn whero It will row and tho sow. Glvo tho latto? stones to higher things. If you are now "havo paid In advane some If on tho way to your Inheritance, you economic reasons for condemning It SPRING TERM bo convenient nnd moro sanitary than warm skim milk. Ihappy. Noxt to tho gift of In In tho kitchen or If placed Incidental Be. Tho only way to absolutely know n should bo M M , any open portion of the bnrn whero cow, Is to weigh nnd test the milk Immortality is the gift of the possiProper Living Room bility c. Joy. It Is likely to bo affected by dust and through tho entire year. Religion does not consist ot Jumping Board. 5 weeks Somo men ask, wnat nuoui uoa s nt hr.il tn act Into heaven. Somo odors. This room should have a water Dairying has crowded o sheep rais $l$OT $17.75 $15.75 yyntcm nnd proper drainage, so that ing In Australia, The Australian but house? Is It a place for laughter and . .. Amount due March 27. 1912 ,hat bolng B00d t0 tno Iam. MS 6.75 may bo kept clean and swept all the tor Is In good demand in r.uropo. 6 weeks, due May 1. 1912 merriment? What does tno cnurcn . v BQUaro i business .courteous In so-It Board morgue, or is It a time. clal Intercourse, la tho proper Ilfo. I Tho best tlmo to salt butter Is bo. stnnd for? Is It a $24.50 $3fM 122.50 nocessary In preparing foro It Is taken from tho churn, and plnco or resurrection? I will let you agree with them. 1 ngreo with all Tho work Total tor term W.OQ $2J 122.00 answer tho question. Tho Hlhlo says; socialistic movements that havo for this room Is not expensive, nor does just ub It 1h gathered In granules. If paid In advane unto the Lord." It require cxiert help, but such a It requires grain as well us rough "Make a Joyful noise their object tho bettormcnt of man. room In some locality Is absolutely ness to produce butter fat, and batter nut this doesn't mean snlckurlug In but they generally make the great Now, necessary for the production of clean fat at present prices Is what pays. church. mistake ot not taking tho right step Lot me Impress this thought upon first. Ye must bo born again. Sign milk products and In lessening the banking of sheds on tho A liberal young man or young woman can get nn education aJr Any work of tbo dairy. Caro In handling north sldo will prove u boon to the you. Go Into tho world and Bee how your name. Put yourselt on record, and plenty of hot water In cows when tbo cold weather comes happy you can be and mnko IL God's Salvation. That Is first and thon the Berea If thero Is the will to do so. tho milk year ot cleaning the vessels will romovo very Steady and persistent breeding In Idea waB to make us eternally happy coda of good and proper living comes, It is a great advantage to start In the Fall and ha,ye a full many ot the criticisms that are made one line and for a single purpose I tnd not eternally sorrowful. Hov. J. W. Chapman, Evangelist, wasto tlmo In the publlo schools costudy. Many young people against tho farm dairyman. the only safo rule for a dairyman to Improving max Buffalo. N. Y. ins over nnd over the same things, when the might ho with Pleasure. follow. Borne of tte now studies Milk utensils should bo mode of faster by coming to Berea and starting In on Poor Combinations. Pleasure, without responsibility, Is Cure Melancholy by Madneas. from other counties untl Stales. good cow In the hands of a poor metal and have all Joints perfectly and the greatest evil tn the social world A Wise men mingle mirth with tbeli best young men and "women dairyman Is n poorer proposition smoothly, soldered, Is a rule laid down today, ami Is filling our Jails with cares, as a help either to forget 01 Make your plans to como January 3d. Insane, of a in a dairy, test. criminals, our asylums with than a poor cow In the hands Secretary. resort to inFor Information or friendly advice wrlto to Ibo palls to use are the our homes with broken hearts, our overcome them; but to Ths heat milk good dairyman. Doth aro very poor toxication for the ease's of ono's mind combinations and a good dairyman common enameled onea which have dlvorve courts with shattered, men and Is to cure melancholy by madness. poor cow moro than become so cheap In tbo past few years women.Hev. W. H. Oelatvelt, Hap will not keep Charron. that they are within the roach of a4L tlst, San Diego. put season. country, writing; for Che Chicago Trlb--) uno on "How to Keep wen," amies thnt during August. September ba4 October thero la grcnter danger of contracting typhoid fercr than any other tlmo" of the year. 1 In says those who cacape until No vember 1st will bo fairly aafe. Typhoid la n bnctcrlal disease, tho bacteria being taken Into tho system with food and water. If theae are mado anto thero Is no danger from tho fever. The moat Important artlclo of food from tho typhoid atundpolnt la milk. Typhoid gets Into milk from the ha lid a of people who handle milk. Tn former or mllkcra. nny one who l" handled tho can. tho workers In tno factory, tho milkmen In town, or n wh handles milk In tbe houaehold where It la uaod can bo re "Ponsiuie lor us miecuon wuu 17 fOR THE HSPIR1NG STRONG DRINK IS CONDEMNED YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Talents Alms? Training Best For What What Berea toxt-book- t P"u Book-Bindin- letter-writin- n. class-room- 1 Berea College as I - - Questions Answered g s long-face- - - ,v. .r mo: o j. ,7' I v 13-e- - . 0 J 0 J 1 1 money-makin- g J 8 Plan Coma January 3d able-bodie- d cu-tlnuo- us D. WALTER MORTON, erea, ky A. J. Creech li progressing nicely o Hanery of Posey was visiting W. E. Mlntcr ovor Sunday night. We are n his school at Moorcs School houso. having qulto a lot of winter at this Miss Carrlo Oabbard has returned X ploco now. William Whlckcr's wlfo homo from Heidelberg, where sho If very low at this tlmo with bron- - has boon visiting tho past two weeks. Tllford and Arthur Creech aro lit 2 chltls Ludan Brewer, tho leadlniT e rin-- t wtltr. He contipMdMct BMlibea silrti sltaH l fill ty l o merchant and postmaster of Sturgotho hog business this year. English WrtU pULnir. 11 tMc U coM faltk. It Dot lor publication, bat on, has moved to Kingston. C. E. and Co. will start their now dinkey Vcnablo has taken the contract to this woek. CAMCO TIlAVKt.KIt UK ST. build W. K. Hughes' now side room. 3 uavia Travelers uost, Nov. w. Carlco. Nov. 27. Wo aro having to his store. Mr. ana Mrs. Jonn One Now somo of tho coldest weather, now, wo Hughes aro proud ovor tho arrival Flancry of Lotghton has recently Room Scarce-Eng- age season. Vcsslo Evans ot a llttlo son. Fclan Scalo purchas- moved Into nls property at tnis place,Tho very unusual rush to Berea liavo had this ed a flno nmro from Hllory Kin?, -- Hoy. It. T. Moorcs filled his reguwere visiting here, o this fall has filled up the rooms avail-abl- and Oscar Smith Tussey accident- paylng loU ror ner. .m. u, iiugnrs lar appointment, ai ino iTcsuyicnan Scott ty,n naWmn rnltAra Rll n il n V Knv. 1 h ! n TfVi liArA for students so that thoso who Saturday. Mr. through tho foot .h.i wish to como at tho opening of winter ally shot hlmsolf N. Hughes and wife, Thursday. A. E. Mlntor of Itoadcrfleld, W. Va., j tho other day but It Is not hurting of W. term, Jan. 3, must bo sum to scud dnvn n. Johnson Is very low with Is visiting relatives and friends In vorv mueh 3. It. Roberts Is their dollar deposit and cngago a him Travelers Rest, this T, W. Hurst sold his and around W. i tuberculosis. room right now. Wo hopo to be Tho Misses Alice Rasconer Lynch for $700. week. pasaro H. Evans of Ltto fell from tho top farm to Harrison ablo to accommodato thoso who Heidelberg ROCKCASTLE COUNTY and Suslo Kotchem ofElla Botncr, wish to pursue their of a ladder whllo building a bar.i teaching and wcro tho guests of Miss CLIMAX very badly. It Is Normal studies In tho winter and and hurt himself Nov. 26. Undo Abney Saturday nnd Sunday. Tho Misses Climax, somo of spring, and as many others as possi- feared that ho has broken Ray and Ella Ilotner visited Mr. and family L'alllnger Is very sick and being so ble, particularly tho farm boys who his ribs. Hardy Johnson nnd old Is not likely to recover. A. !. Mrs. Jncob Bowman of Endee, Isst Farm wcro up on a visit to seo their rela wish tho winter term In Ualltnger's Infant child died a few wook. Lato In tho afternoon on Nov. tives at Lite last week. Their home days ago. Leo Cash, sawyer at tho 7th Arthur Creech was shot from Management. Wrlto today to tho Secretary. Let Ir at Highland Park, Louisville. Tho band mill, was scalded pretty badly ambush by an unknown party. Tho . progressing us hear from you and wo will maUo postmaster at Carlco Is reported very l . 4 .... " a school nt New Hoiks Is .1.1 in, "i a" ..,BICk wuu you welcomo and comfortable. "b Mccracken was at John- - nicely with good attendance. ' , The people of this vicinity havo been otta, Saturday. Our debating bocIs- D. Walter Morton, Berca, Ky. nicrrnwN gathering corn and report that It is ty Is progressing nicely at Climax Nov. 2.1. Thanksgiving Rlcctown, EDITORIAL NOTE damaged by rot. All aro planning to with large attendance. It meets every greetings to Tho Citizen nnd Its read- young children about hero bo all tho go here at present. Mrs. Wo have received correspondence hnvo a flno time, Thanksgiving. era. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gabbard this week from Sand Gap, Jackson Thoso that attended the last day of Wednesday nleht. Como ouCTlnd help and ba'n-- Elsie of Cow Creek visit- have died with membranous croup. Suslo Halcomb Is very sick. Misses but U3. J. W. Jones camo' over to our County, In a Citizen onvclopo Lizzie, daughter ot Thos Maupln ha-- i i'earl and Magglo Ilotklns wcro tho ed John L. Gabbard and family lost not tinging at Moorcs Creek report a town to get his wagon, Saturday. a sevcro attack of typhoid. Somo of guests of Miss Maud Kldd at not on Citizen stationery and Paint nlco tlmo and plenty of dinner on tho Aunt Ilosy Holllncsworth Is still on veek. The Misses Hazel and Pearl signed by tho writer. ur boyu and girls am planning to Lick last Saturday night. A plo ground. on Cow tho sick list. Oeorgo Thacker's lit-1- e Cabbard visited relatives theso Items and all Tho writer of attend school at llerca this winter. nipper will bo held at Wallace ton FIUVETT . ,a linml ttinll Tim- - I son who has been sick so long with Crock, Saturday and Sunday Pwl Miss Mary ClarKston has purchas- school house on Saturday night, Dec. Nov. 25. Wo aro having Woods who has been afflicted for Is up again. W. H. Jones of i fever ' ed a piano. Miss Lucy Raw lings has 2nd. auctions puDiisnca or cmhkusvu some bad weather at present.-M- ra. .. ... . years with rhoumntlsm dld qulto UUIIl. somo by us will have to observe our regu- Hlllle Hamilton has gone to Llvlngs-in- n tlllUlU IB IIUW UUIIUIUH UtO an Interesting class of music tho last Sunday. John Hornsby has mov- pupils. Sho Is planning tor an Old COMMISSIONER'S SALE lations. Wo call their attonlton to Hmiffhter-ln-lawho J. C. Rlmal is superintending (n ovn hor County. Ewell Wilder ed to Jackson Folks concert In tho near future.--Ththe note following tho heading of our has CODgunlpUon and ,B not expected work. Our school at Climax Is Itorca Bank and Trust Co., Plaintiff progressing nicely with Maegle Doo- - nnd Dock Wilson went to Idamar, corrcspondenco pago which Is as fol- - tQ Improvement llveail0 js8(,g Mnoci nill and loy as teacher. Hogs In our town aro Thursday, after goods for Mr. Wild- - nioets Women's Ellalia Rider's Club vs. published No correspondence on 1". lows at Mrs. pelcrs w(Jr0 vIsIUng nt Annvlllo C 0. Blazer, etc., Defendants. cents per pound. Winter j eit Mrs. Rachel Reynolds was hro Saturday. Her daughter, Martha, Is In full by the writer. , . unless signed Mondav.Wra. Dunlgan Is rlan- - here with considerable snow Under nnd by vlrtuo of a Judgment and ice. from Cow Crcck ,n,t weok on(1 bought still a helpless paralytic. Much sym Tho namo Is not for publication but nine to have an entertainment the and order of sato rendered at tho stmo 8'ng from C. B. Gabbard. Miss pathy is expressed iioonk Is an evidence of good faith. for har. Mr. October term last day of his school. A terrible of Uio Madison Circuit Boone. Nov. 27. Mrs. Mel Sims Lucy Price, of Lovl. visited her sis- - Montgomery and sons aro building on last Court In tho abovo styled action, tho JACKSON COUNTY , accident happened Farmer Thursday, somo very good nnd neat chimneys who llwa Nov. 23rd. John undersigned Master Commissioner of In Miss Haagon's bungalow. Gcorgo PAitnoT near Stono Coal camo to visit his OUR CREED; IS IT YOURS? MrCreary's houso now presents an said Court will on Monday tho 4th Parrott, Nov. 27. We havo had brother at Prlvctt and to bird hunt day of Doc, 191, at 11 o'clock a. "I believe in thn service I am binding ouU in the firm I am attractive appearance with its porch.s In front of tho Court Houso door m. our s?cond snow hero, this year, and with him for a few days. On ThursIn j repaired and finished by volunteer Richmond, Ky., working for. and in my ability to get results. I bfliero honest sersomo very cold weather, with It. Tho day morning they went out and huntsell to tho highest vice can be passed out to honpst inn by honest methods. I believe j mechanics. Dr. W. B. Hornsby of llttlo Infant of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis ed for a whllo and stopped at Mrs. and best bidder at public auction the .MCftoo paiu ins parents a vitit iaii in working, not weeping; iu boosting, not knocking; nnd in the Cunagln was found dead In bed last Vlckers. As John was showing somi following described property or so veek. Mrs. Mapgnrd Is having her pleasure of my job. I believe Hint n man getH what he goes nfter, Tuesday morning. It was laid to rest, boys how bis gun worked, it went mifh th"reof as will produco tho t cottago painted by Jcsso Mc is worth two deeds to morrow, nnd that that one deed done Wednesday evening, at Peanllo near off and shot his brother, Charlie, sum of J3S0.72 and tho coat of this Danlcl. Sir. Montgomery, tho masno man is down and out until be has Inst faith in himself. I heliero Clark Cunagln's. Mr. Bill Cunagln through tho knee. Ho Just lived two mechanic In stono work, has mov- action: ter in and the work I am doing, in to morrow and the work I hope of Decs is clerking for Albert Pow- and half hours. It was supposed that A certain houso and lot In Berea, ed Into tho houso owned by Jam4 to do, and in the sure reward which the future holds. I believe in ell, at this place. Levi Gabbard has he bled to death. He leaves a wlfo, Madison County, Ky., on tho South Smith. Mrs. Sovada McDanlcl has courtesy, in kindnens, in generosity, in good cheer, in friendship, nnd and three children, father and moth'T, purchased a new organ, for forty-fiv- e sldo of Center Street, and being I ho had a neat barn built recently. I believe there is something doing somein honest competition dollars. There was preaching at A. fio sisters and three brothers to , Hast half of lot No. 2, In Elder addiVINK where for every man ready to do it. I am ready right now are H.' Gabbard's, Sunday, conducted by mourn his loss. He was taken to bounded on the north br Vino, Nov. 23. Winter has begun tion, and you?" Exchange. Miss people. Alfred Harris Travelers Rest for burial. tho Holiness HmrpA rtrnu'nlncr nml fll- - Center Street, on tho East by Mr. at 1nf. or this place Is very low with typhoid Sarah Gray visited home last SaturKing's, on tho south by Ambrose albert Ferguson mado a business trio loy and on the west by Robert Roy fever. Mat Cunagln, who has been day night. Sam Judd, wife and chil- who has been sick Is slowly recover- - Ur, Mrs. Lucas, at this placo lilt to Berca this week. Mr. and Mrs. ton's fronting 50 feet on Center St. confined to his bed with typhoid Is dren, visited his mother, Mrs. Judd, Ing. Saturday and Sunday Saturday and Sunday Mrs. Luthor j,Tames Pennington vls'ted tho sis Next ahiI runhlnn t.ftntf 9AA ttrtt able to bo out again. John McDow- from Saturday till Sunday. Mrs. am regular cnurcn aays ai folks at Thad Lewis' on TerrlH a I ... . rimew I licks Is still very poorly. ell Is erecting a new dwelling near Nancy Fields who has been sick so -' icrma: num propny wiu iw iuiu ,1, uin ESTILL COUNTY v w.i, itiia iwa .1.1. nvvs - r- inun tr.u long la Improving some. Sunday church. All aro cordially Invited to it on a credit of six months Ume or GabLetter Box school house. A. B. WAfJMUSVW.I.K Kansas, who has been vlitttng rela- purchaser may pay cash attend. A. D. Logsdon of Bcrea was If desired. bard has Just completed a chimney School at tho Huff School house vis"tlng relatives at Boone, Saturday Wagcrsvllle, Nov. 27. Mr. and Mrs. tives of tills placo for tho tast bs Tho llttlo every Sunday evening Is progressing for Andrew Cornelius. Lamtrrt J. M. Edwards spent Sunday with weeks, will bo married today to Miss If sold ontotlmo tho purchaser will apmanagement of Mr. night and Sunday. James oxecuto bonds with required child of Felix Parker fell Into tho nicely under tho and A. D. Lovett were visiting friends Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cox. Mr. and Mnrgarot Murray, and will lnve Mon- proved security bearing 6 per cut DeYoung. fire last week, and was burned very and relatives near Rockford. Sunday. Mrs. Jess McGeorge visited Mr. ami day for Kansas. Wo wish th"in a Interest from data of sale until paid ISAAC. n McQu-ebadly.-Tc- hn returned from James Lambert made a bulnejs Mrs. Wado Park, Sunday, Bowman long and happy life. Chostcr Downey with a lien retained to secure payIsaacs, Nov. 24. Hurrah for tho Indianapolis, Ind last Sunday, where win- trip to Brush Creek last Wednesday. McGeorgo and John P. Noland wero who hns had pneumonia Is Improv snow, boys; this reminds us that ment of tamo. ho has been for several months. ing. Bird hunting Is all tho go h?re. Geo Povntcr Is suffering from a In Irvine, Saturday and Sunday. ter Is almost here. Thanksslvln II. C. Rice. M. C. M. C. C. FOXTOWN. - Mrs. Elbert Collins ana Mrs. Clcoua Owel Hacker accluently shot Lloyd peoplo of sore throat at th's writing. Mrs. JesMary L. Day Is very near and the Foxtown, Nov. 24. Miss this vicinity havo much to bo thank- slo Smith and Mrs. Nora Wren wero Collins were visiting relatives In B"gey with a shot gun, while blr.1 Cain Is visiting her uncle, Mr. W. V. ful for; corn crops aro real good, and shopping In Berea, Saturday. J. W. Irvlno tho first of tho week. Mr, hunting, Monday. Tho shot enteral Isaacs, at Sand Snrlngs, this week. most everybody has killed a fat hoir. Lambert attended church at Mace- - Kate Wilson who has been sick for his hip. All aro hoplnt; that ho will at this place Is busy Everybody If not sold privately boforo A. H. Parrett's daughter has been donla, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Huff go long Is Improving. Tho Misses recoverIm Cloyd, the County Atkilling hogs and gathering corn. ery Blck with fever. Fred Brewer mado a business trip to Berea one da Ncttlo Noland, Lena and Anna Mao torncy, of Manchester accidentally Dec. Saturday and Sunday are church has been helping H. C. Davis gather last week. cn- and discharged a shot gun. Tho Mr. and Mrs. Pal piynn, Messrs. Robert Wagers days at Sand Springs Mr. nnd Mrs. corn. Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland An- Owons entertained a number of young piynn wcro tho guests of Miss Fan fred his foot and somo think It I will expom! to public sain on tho W. P. Isaacs, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander gel havo a flno boy. Robert Akemon, folks at their home. Saturday night. "Scrlvncr, Saturday night and Sun- - will have to bo taken off. Mirs Mln- - premiocH hI thn fork of the Mrnelaus nnd Paint Lick pikes, U miles from Blanton and daughter. Grace, tools our teacher at Pigeon Roost, Is planMr. L. D. Stewart of Tayiorsviuo, day. Misses Mary B. Moorcs and 8al- - nlo Matthews of Mnu'den will rnvi dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred ning for an entertainment, Dec. 22.rr III., Is visiting relatives and friends lie Arvlno wero tho guests of Mrs. Monday, for Kansas, where rho wl Iticlimoiiil mill 4 miles from Pulnt Moore, last Sunday. B. G. Harrison Born to Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Truett, near Boone. Last Monday was court Wado Park. Saturday night and Sun- married to Mr. Will Kelley goon Lick, at 10 o'clock it. m. is slowly Improving. The new road a fine boy. J. L. Davis has traded Hnv ni Rnulro Lambert's court. Mr. day. Mcsdamea A. B. and J. B. Kel after her arrival. Jack Roberts it 1- -4 My built up Dry Fork Is completed. bis stock of dry goods to Mr Albert audMrs. Jers Wren aro planning to jCy woro" tho pleasant guests of Mrs, Madison County who has been visitAlfred Isaacs and Miss Sarah Tlllery Powell for two young mules. George go to Winchester for a short time, charloy Click ono day last week. Thin f n rm is in a good Htiite of ing relatives of Uds placo roturnd by h's cousin, cultivation, ntul were quietly married at the homo ot Pennington has purchased a tract of ill ruino any kind Mr. and Mrs. John Wren made a willlo Thomas left, Sunday, for a homo accompanied tho bridegroom, Thursday, the 23rd. land from F. Cornelius and Is erect- business trip to Berea ono oay fCW dayg' On it is a ood live room wlth relatives at Lex- - Miss Julia Ferguson, who will spend of crop Wo wish them a lire of prosperity ing a house on It George and BUI last week. Mrs. Nora Wren visited inBton Mrs. W. G. Kldwcll, who has tho holidays In Madison County. cottage, new, with n "xl cistern mid is Denham of Ettowa, Tcnn., aro visitill iiecesxiiry oiillinililiiiH. and happiness. Tho bridegroom It is mother at Rockford ono day last keen with her mother hero for tho MADISOIT COUNTY her conveniently located close to school tho son of Mr. Lewis Isaacs, the ing frlonds nnd relatives h;ro. Mr. week. M. Keeler of Richmond was laBt week, loft tho first of the we-.'KINHWTON brldo tho daughter of Mr. Alfr.'d L. F. Edwards Is doing a good busiKingston, Nov. 24. Miss Gusalo and chn rein's. In Boono attending to bulsness, FrI- - for her homo In Jackson, Mich. Tlllery. Sho Is an Inspiring young ness with books and enlarged pic- day. Talltha Coylo and Lydla Levett cash, one-hal- f Tkrms: One-hal- f iiitANCii Ruckcr ana Mr. uccu iininuou, lady, and teacher at Pond district at tures. Call and seo him. attonded church at Macedonia, Sun Locust Branch, Nov. 24. There has both of this place, surprised tnjr in twelve moiitliH at legul interest, present. N. J. Coyle visited J. I. o dUKKMIAI.L. uy with lien ri'liiined until nil the daysCharles Smith who has been been qulto a lot of heavy winds many friends, Thursday, isov. Ilose, Monday night. Wm. Baker Grccnhall, Nov. '27. Mrs. LIkIo visiting at Norton, Tonn., for somo which blew down most all shock fod- - j netting married. They woro married moiiuy is paid. was In this vicinity, Tuesday. Andy Hughes has returned from Louisville tlmo returned homo a few days ago. This will nmko n very desirable der In this section and uncanDcd a at tho homo of tho bride's uncle, Harrison sold his farm at thU where she bad an operation performed Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Chasteen wcro few stacks of hay. No damago dono (Mr. W. L. Garret of Richmond wiin home for a hiiihII family. place to John Mooro- of Buck Lick. for gall stono and Is very much im- visiting In Berca, Sunday. to buildings. Hcg killing Is all tho tho Rov. J. W. Parsofs officiating WALTER HOCKADAY, Mr. Harrison moved to his new home proved. Charlie Farmer was accldent-l-y CONWAY go In this neighborhood. The first I Miss Suda Powell was maid of honor at Blanton Flat, and Mr. Moore movshot by his brother, John, ThursConway, Nov. 23. Alford Callahan snow of tho season fell horo, Sun- - and Mr. Kit Parks was best man. RicknoBd, Ky., R. R. 2. ed Into the ono just vacated. day, and died Sunday. Tho Green- - and Roy Dalton aro clearing for J. day. Nov. 12. H. G. BIckncll and I'. Miss Ruckcr Is tho highly accomplish-S- . Coylo havo Just returned H. Bowman, Mr. Dixon Cornett and from ed daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wlll'o TUB I). W Chappell ot Welchburg havo Loulsvlllo whoro they bought a Ituckor. Mr. Hazelwood is a young purchased a farm from tho Round full stock of merchandise. nay Jones farmer of this placo. They left Iil'- - b I POPULAR! that makes Stono Land Co. up the Harlcon camo and taught school hero. today mediately on tho 7:20 train on their Upph him m .plini imir. Thev will bo at thnlr rtranrh near Conwav. Mrs. Nancy for John I.imKfnrH 23 cents. Butter 20 cents. Mrs. Terry ; Dalton spent Sunday with Mrs. Troy home alter Dec. 1st. Miss Ora mora fuactnatlntf Dalley. Mr. John Dalton who has pot her ankle sprained very badly Flanery left, Monday, for Richmond been In tho army for three years tho oth?r day. Sho was coming down whore sho will attond tho E. K. S. 100 Men's and Young Men's has returned home. Ben Dalton who Locust Branch on a log wagon and K. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hudson (ont "WBtTTOI SO YOU CAN has been in Hamilton, u., ror thrco tho wagon ran over a stick which tho first of tho week wiin mo UNPtaSTANDIT" This Season's Suits Azblll Is returned home a few days hit her foot-M- Iss Llddlo Lalnheart ter's parents. Mrs. Alex World'a A GREAT Contlnurd Story of I'rocr.M which ) ou may bruin reading at ago. lie says mero is no piaco nice uf Drip Rock has boon with Mr. nnd very sick with la?rlppo. enss. i ow any time, and whir i will bold your interctt quick and Overcoats left pass?d Mrs. John Collins for tho past two CU Is In Jackson County mis woek old Conway. I. A. Bowman forever, is running1 in through hero, Saturday, with a drovn weoks Tlo school teacher at this buying furs. disposal of cattlo. Wm. Rico who purchas- placo has 23 and 24 scholars dally. GABBARD COUNTY ed H. II. Dalloy's farm Is expected There have been a good many PAINT T.IOK. Are you reading it ? Two militant of your manaiine ho here soon. quails killed hero since tho ISth. first neighbors a Ie. nI he it Is the favoritehomes. It While they hist buy $10.00 and $14.00 values for Paint Lick, Nov. In thousand of best American and young men appeals to t'l claucu-o- ui OWSLEY COUNTY CLAY COUNTY thing this week Is tho nows of Tom who kuow and thou ho $5.00 to $8.50 and largest HAUNKSTVII.LK IIUIININII 81'III.Nim want to kuow. 1'don catching two of tho soo mctusucs aso Ncu racu month Earnestvlllo, Nov. 20. M,rs. Fred nurnlng 8prlngs, Nov. 22. Hiram hawks over caught In this country. SPECIAL PRICKS ON SHOES, HATS, SHIRTS, 2O0 AntlCltS or OINCSUt inkmcst Cummlngs Is on tho sick list this McCrcary and family loft last Mon- Ho caught them In two stool traps The "Shop Not.," Dtputm.nl CO pjgea) MEN'S PANTS AND HOSIERY. to do thinvs liow to make give easy wa Quite a crowd went from day for London, wheYo they will at onco. tho traps being sot sldo by wpok. useful articles lor home and shop, repairs, eta. Wild Dog over to Corinth, Saturday retldo, Tho Fourth Division Educathey measured near"Atn.l-u- r Mhuiles " (10 paces) trtls how to de. Tom said Do not miss this sale for winter wearing apparel. make Mission furniture. wirr!s outfits, bolts, night to attend a box supper. All re- tional Board which met hero last ly five feet from tip to tip, Most engines, nuslc, and all the things a boy loves. Saturday mado a wlso choice In elect- oery farmer's wlfo has given him a Sl.tO PtN YEAR, f INOIS COMCS IS CENTS turned nnd reported a fine tlmo, A.k rwir NmJ.Ur s. )mv iw mm Mr Born to tho wlfo of J. 13. Creech, a ing Georgo Hall as their chairman. hen for his good luck. Tho Rev. n. C WHITS rO TREE COPY TODAY fine boy. Rov. R. Lakes held a rail Mr. Hall Is denutv sheriff nnrl hns ifntihard who left for Texas last POPULAU MECHANICS CO. service at Moorcs School House. Sat- - been ono of thn fnmmna in .n,im, hnn returned with bis fatnl' 130 W.WMkUstoa SC. CHICAGO ui day and Sunday. Quito a crowd was making raids on the moonshine stills. ly to London. Hog killing sooms to fu Pac;c Eight. THE CITIZEN. November 30, 191 1. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Plan for Jannary 5 J - - BAKING POWDER AbmolirtBly Purm Royal Used and praised by the most competent and careful try cooks the world over The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar made from grapes - .-- n,, 1 "i"'"" ' ..... o ( 1- I m-a- to-da- ( .... to PUBLIC SALE ad Saturday, 2, 1911, t Farm of 58 Acres. vst a, pur-chas- A Sale forMen Winter for Magazine Fact Fiction Popular Mechanics Magazine oc 28-T- rib. (Eole SAM-U- V