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CO MP at Btrea, JTy., u tfctnd IDevoted to til Interests of tlie Mountain Fecrple Vol. The Citizen BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, DECEMBER LAST MONTH OF COUNTRY SCHOOL Tho country schools aro for tho most part entering on tho last month, and everybody should tako hold and make that Inst month tho best of the season. Trustees should see to it thnt the school house is comfortable and fuel provided, Parents should Ben to it that pupils hnve sufficient clothing and are kept 'faithful in attendance. Do not let your boy or girl miss the best part of tho term of schooling for this year just for tho lack of shoeB or mittens. And above nil, the teachers must redouble their efforts to make tho school so interesting that no boy or girl will stay awny. A good teacher is known by the iuterest that is kept up through tho Inst month of school. 7, 1011 Zltl. Fire cents a copy. One Dollar a year, No. 23 GETREADY FOR WINTER BEREA COLLEGE CHAPEL TOWER PRESIDENT'S LETTER TO PARENTS PROCLAMATION TO SGHOOL TEACHERS I tho education of their children. suggestion. every shull hope to do It next summer. First of all, wo suggest that Hut meanwhile what about sending teacher should tako a quiet hour to our sons and daughters to school this to put down think over and perhaps wlntcrT on paper tho successes and failures of Let mo try In a briof letter to say work thus far. Bome of this term's Uio things which I would pupils and pa- soino of your moro thoughtful say If I could sit at your flrcsldo and trons are doing this, no doubt, and answer your questions. each ono of you ought to "alio up" To begin with, we wish you to thor your own work and put an estimate oughly understand that Berca College upon 1L How docs my work comparo Is tho friend of parents. This Instiwith that of last yearT How does my tution Is carried on for the ono purwork comparo with that of other poso of holplng fathers and mothers tcachors? And there Is a much moro bring up their children to bo good Important question than cither of men and women. Wo do not succeed these How docs my work compare with all tho young peoplo who come with tho highest standards of excel- to us, but wo aro proud of tho great lence! majority of our students who show When you havo mado these compari- how much they havo been Improved sons we suggest that you doublo up in mind and heart by their longer or your fist and pound on tho desk and shorter stay In Dcrea. inako a stout resolution that you will Our first care and desire Is to bring up tho average of your work mako them good. Wo havo careful by extra diligence, wUdom and skill rules to shield them from temptation during tho closing weeks. You will and reproach. Young men and young last wumcn are not allowed to moot or havo extra difficulties theso weeks, but do not surrender to them. visit In any prlvnto place. They aro Make a new canvass of your district not allowed to bo out lato at night. and urgo the parents to provide such Thoy aro not allowed to uso liquor clothing that tho children can continue or tobacco or to carry fire nrras or 's In school. And then get Prof. to visit restaurants or places of book on "TVachlng a District amusement except thoso which aro School" and read tho chapter on provided by tho College. 'Keeping up tho Interest." But our great reliance Is not in You ought to bo now well started keeping them awny from bad tilings In plaiiB for your closing exhibition. but In getting them Interested In good Iiy no means think .of such a thing things. Our teachers are all people as cudlng tho school without an of unusunl ability In this lino. We exhibition. Don't "flzzlo out" but have so many students that wo can end your work In a cloud of glory. classify them carefully, putting each Nothing will hold tho Interest so ono with a group of others llko himwell as an exhibition. Don't let anyself where ho can study to tho best body discourage- you. People will say advantage and keep up and be encour'"It Is dangerous to hold an exhibition, aged and mako tho most rapid prorude men and boys will break it up." gress. Don't you bcllovo thorn. There are And wo have different courses to plenty of good law and order people moet tho Ustcs and talents and life your district and it will do them plans of different students. You will to show their power to keep theso different departments deorder, I'coplo will tell you that tho bco scribed ou pago seven, and I wish you Continued on Third l"ge would read that full description of Urrca's organization. CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE And then wo havo countless devices for making good things attractive. paob There Is tho music of our col lego Editorials. brass band, and Instruction In singProclamation to Teachers. ing froo for ovcry student. There aro President Frost's Letter to Parents. In Our Own Stato the groat exhibitions of stcroptlcon views and moving plcturse In the Nwa of Week. , chapel, besides lectures and socials Family Records. and ontortalnnicnts. Thoro aro the, SECOND PAOK gymnasium and tho athlotlo field, Oenoral News. tho walking parties, tho reading Temperance Notes. rooms, tho gamo room In tho atTHIRD PAGE tic of Ladles' Hall. All these things Intonslvo Farming. mako life pleasant to tho young peoTho Minister's Son. plo who como to Dcrea, and they are FOURTH PAOB so full of their school duties and their Locals. Innocent and elovatlng pleasures that Visitor's Day. thoy aro for tho most part delivered PAGE FIVE from toniptatlons to things harmful. Athletics. A lady In Frankfort who had como Gospel Meetings Orcat. from Owsley county said to a group of gentlemen thoro: "I don't know SIXTH PAOB what thoy do to mako boys good at MadlBon County S. S. Association. Horca, but I know that heaps of our Southorn Poets. boys that went to Uerca with revolvPoems Worth While. ers catno back with testaments." Health Notes. And this leads mo to speak about SEVENTH PAOB , tho religious llfo at Dcrea. Wo teach Serial Story Miles Standish, tho Dlblo to all our students. Wo Sormon Light of tho World. don't say anything horo about tho matters on which Christian peoplo EIOIITH PAGE differ. Wo get tho most spiritual men Eastern Kentucky News. wo can find from tho dlfforent church-Plan for Jan. 3rd. DIna-more- This year's work of tho rural school teacher Is now drawing to a close. As special frlonds of tho rural teacher wo are glad to send a fow words of good chocr and congratulations and I have been disappointed in my hope of making a trip through Kentucky this fall. I greatly desired to do this, especially for tho purposo of holding conferences with tho fathers and mothers who aro interested In The farmers' summer campaign in over. All in all, it hns been n success good crops nnd good prices. Now comes the winter siege. We are nil of us attacked in our homes and houses by the forces of cold, disease, nnd isolation. Sunday Schools dwindle or stop and visits aro hard to 'make. Too often the winter is a time of misery Here are some things which will help to make the nnd backsliding. winter the best part of the year for each botihehold. First, subscribe for The Citizen so you will have one fnitliful visitor bringing nil the news nnd cheer from the great world, np matter what winds may blow. Second, get n supply of dry firewood in a dry place, so that wife and daughter will not be exposed in stormy times. Third, provide good shelter for the stock and farm implements. Shelter is cheaper than fodder nnd repnirs. Fourth, send one sou or dnuuhter to Beren for the winter term. Such an investment will at oncu lift the whole family towards'all better things. Fifth, mend the rond, the church house nnd the winter overcoats so thnt you can go out with the whole family to every Sunday School or preaching service that is maintained in your neighborhood. Sixth, get tho loom set up in n good place so that there shull be some fireside industries going on all winter. Seventh, make a plan for the farmer himself to hnve some work on hand during the winter, something every day beyond just feeding the stock nnd getting the firewood. There is enough idle time wasted in the winter to build all our fences, repair all our tools and harness and make a lot of good money by shaving shingles, whittling ax handles and other thitigs which a thrifty farmer knoushow to plan. The Citizen woidd like to have suggestions from all its readers as to other points in this matter of getting ready for the winter. HOWARD HALL BEREA COLLEGE III STATE NEWS OF THE WEEK Impure Flour Discovered Early Bap- 02nd Congress Begins President's Message about Trusts McNamara tists Honored Conditions in LexBrothers Guilty American Involves ington O'Rear Boomed for SuPersia and Russia Peace Wanted preme Court Scots Meet In Honor Oil King Abdicates. of St. Andrew. I ULEACHED FLOUR Lexington Pure food Inspectors lately discovered a quantity of flour wliicn nail been bieacncu witn ammonia. Kontucky statutes do not permit seizures of such goods and It was returned to the shippers In Ohio who p.cad that It was not intended 'or the Kentucky market. MONUMENT TO BAPTIST PION- Roosevelt is out in h powerful article on lynching nnd the miscarriage of justice. So far as the lynching of Negroes is concerned there can be no excuse for a Negro offender is absolutely defenceless before the law which is executed from first to last by the white men. Hut In the case of white offenders lynchers are often incited by the fact that the criminal is likely to escape justice if leftto the ordinary course of law. EERS The Kentucky Baptists have decid ed to remove the bodies of tho four men, who first brought tho faith across tho Allegheny mountains from their neglected graves to a cemetery In Frankfort, there to share a common monument. All of theso men, John Gano, Wni. Hickman, John Tny-lo- r and Lewis Craig, played an important part In the early history of Kentucky. LEXINGTON WORSE THAN CHICAGO Tho country has been startled by CONGRESS CONVENES Tho regular session of the Sixty-secoCongress convened at noon Monday. A long and very Interesting session Is expected. They will probably not adjourn until next summer or fall. Tho tariff and trusts will bo the great Issues and tho actions of this Democratic House will largely determine the next presidential campaign. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE President Taft sent a six thousand word message to Congress at its first sossion. It Is entirely concerned with the trust question. Tho message, has been rocclvcd kindly by both houses and parties. He has lately traveled fifteen thousand miles and addressed fivo million people, but in this terse message ho will reach a much larger audience. DYNAMITERS SENTENCED James B. McNamara, charged with tho dynamiting of the Los Angeles Times Building, killing 1 persons, has been brought to time, lie has confessed and received a life sentence, and his brother, J. J., guilty of a similar crime, gets' nd IkLbbbbbsL BBVraYBBBBBBHLSflMBlBl IbbbbbbKbbI bBBbBbj BBnBBKfflMKKdSQwiraBBBH BEBVBVBVAwSCSvBvvBBuBVBVBVBBi't J aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVaftaaaaaaaaaaaavlfaaaHlaaaaaaaaaaaaal BBTWf 9BBBW MbLLH REVOLUTION" BEREA GIRLS WHO ARE "DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN FAMILY RECORDS Tho above picture shows but a few of tho Berea girls who aro descended from men who sorved under Washington In tho revolutionary war. Tho valuo of a family record Is very great A few years ago, in defending tho character of the mountain peoplo from calumniators In tho oth?r parts of tho stato, Presldont Frost took occasion to Investigate tho Question of ancestry and found that a largo proportion of tho people of the mountain counties of Kentucky may Revolutionary claim descent from soldiers. Soma years ago The Citizen published the namo of over four hundred families that wero drawing pen sions on account of Revolutionary uer- vlco as lato as 1831. helps to A family record often ' first ' Continued on Third l"age traco property; and It always helps towards things moro precious than property, llko affection, a good namo and tho famo of public service. Tho record jo f each family ought to bo Inscribed in tho blank leaves of tho family Bible, tho namo of tho husband, with tho date and jdaeo of his birth and tho namo and rcsldcnco of his father, and tho maiden name and early homo of his mother. Then should follow tho samo facts regarding tho wife, and then a list of tho names of their children, with tho placo and dato of each birth, and later, somo account of tho mar riages of tho children. tho revelations of vice and crime, StIl further records ought to b.i particularly sins In which women are kept, going back as many generations concerned. In the great city of ns possible. It Is Important that Chicago. But such sins are also possithese records bo mado out while the ble In smaller cities. Tho recent lu cid peoplo nro still living who can tell vestlgatlon of tho grand Jury show facts which will bo forover lost when that Lexington Is far worso than they aro dead unless recorded now. the great city of Illinois. Its saloons Tho Citizen has prepared a con- - are numerous, and do- venlcnt sheet for recording one's an- (cmtinud,on ruth cestry nnd keeping track of ono's rel- - I ntlvos which wo will be glad to mall If tUcl b Ih( la taa mtlt ar atWwUa. aatifr taa aaak at aaca to any address on receipt of six cents aar caackta aa tUana1. Ba cartfal aaaatjifia t m MF Tkia U tit uin af tua- - frtaaa w awa it ta a itnat-- r. postage stamps. This Is not a pro In aar kaak ta at aitrtawlr caatiaaa. ject for making money but simply to mako It convenient for our friends to look up the Important matters connected with family records. There are many persons in this county who feel, posMr. Edmund Vanco Cooke, Ohio edisibly, that their business does not warrant the tor nnd poet, gavo tho concluding enkeeping of a bank account, but who would, in realtertainment of the fall lycoum couno ity, be greatly benefitted thereby. last night. His poetry has variety, This is a mistaken idea. A bank account is valuable philosophy, humor, life. And Mr. to every person who transacts business. Cooko is just tho roan to read his You 'are enabled to keep your money where it is safe own writings. Wo know a Cooke who' yet it is available in part or whole at any time. Is not a hoax. You can pay all bills by chtck. This gives you a reAro you reading our continued story ceipt for every dollar paid, for all checks are reof tho Courtship of Miles Standish? turned to you after having been paid by your bank. If you havo overlooked It, start la The fact that you possess a bank account gives you a this week, page seven. better standing among businessmen and enables Countless letters from all parts you to establish a credit with your bank when you tell us that Tho Citizen Is being read have need of it. and appreciated by young and old. Wo We welcome small accounts at this bank. love to get such letters, and wo shall strlvo moro and more to deserve. thorn. Certainly ovcry page this week j Is crowded with value. And "still ,' J. W. STEPHENS, ANDREW ISAACS, Pus. ' JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier. there's moro to follow." g, !) fifteen years. Murder is murder, and that they aro prominent labor lead ers makes no difference In their sentence. California and the Federal Government have united In running down this awful conspiracy. PERSIA IN TROUBLE In 1907 Russia and Great Britain agreed that their sphere of influence in Persia should be, for Russia the north, and for England the south. May Mr. Morgan Shuster, an American citizen, accepted the call of Persia to become Its Treasurer General. Persia has already established a Mojllss or Parliament and this financial reform was Its second great step forward. Mr. Shuster has interfered with Russia's unfounded Interest and trouble has begun. CARNEGIE WANTS PEACE . .. . .1 ... r AT. .i. auuiuw luiucgiu U1UKCB IUS statement that the late warlike proceedings In Europo aro a flash or tho past, a revival of Bavago practices, and urges that a treaty between the United States, Germany, Great Britain and Franco bo obtained. Ho calls tho Emperor of Germany's title, "war lord," a slander. ROCKEFELLER RESIGNS' John D. Rockcfollcr lately severed his connection with the Standard Oil Co. and J. D. Archbold becomes its new Pres. Mr. Rockefeller has had only a nominal connection with tho OU Trust for a decade, but his resignation was probably hastened by tho recent decision of the Supremo Court. The company will maintain Its capitalization of J100.000.000. A i- - -- Small Accounts I 1 Berea Bank & Trust Co. Vlce-Pres- ' ' TELL YOUR FORTUNE See Berea's Announcement, page seven I Pafc TV. THE CITIZEN. OFFICERS SCHOOL CLOSES. To NEW MODEL CITY. December 7, 1911 The Citizen A SECOND DISTRICT TEACHERS MEET family newspaper for all that true and Interfiling. U rlgM Officers To Impart Information Men of Their Companies. Hundreds of Men at Work at Town of McRoberts. MARCH PiSIA Fobtlshed erery Thursday ax Derm, Kjr, BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Incorporated) J. P. Faulkner, Editor ana Manager. Subscription Rates On BU Usntha rw rATABLB IN ADVAJWH3. tlM H Poat-offlc- M Tnroa Months o or Express Bn4 money by Money Order, Dmft, norlsiered Letter, or n and two crnl Bt&iwx. TIm da,ta after your mum on VabN hows lo what data your ubncrtption Is paid. If tt la not otuLneml wMMn Uvea wrrks iflw reiaawsj notify iu. Miming numbers will be gladly supplied tt ww ara notMed. FItm premiums chmp, with iww nnd prompt ronewals. Send (or Premium List. irtvwn to any ona who obLiberal tain new (ubscrlpUont for us. Any one twndlrvft ua four yearly sirtwcrlpttoni can reoHvn TIm ClUxen froo for Mniaotf r woe year. Advertlstnf rates on ppUoattoa. tn-m- s WEMDnn OP saBirrocKT open-fac- press association. applebutter pie? What has becumo of the Tbe autumnal colors are much doer than thoso of tbe gaudy billboards Tbe Chlncso revolution seems to have got beyond tbo control of tbe yollco. Tbe effort to render hating safe and sane continues at various educational Institutions. China's Infnnt emperor writes mar "volous compositions for one who has Just begun his schooling No true lover of nature ever goes nround declaring. In sepulchral tones, that life Is nT.ilc of tears Japan's population the rato of GOO.000 surplus must go somewhere. is Increasing nt a year, and the Islington. Tho school for stato guard. officers, which hns been In ses- . . .. i. iii. ' u mon ncro lor two woeKS, ciooeui final examination. Col. A. McLean IMPORTANT 8E8SION ON AT MoffAtt, ot tho Kentucky national WHICH IS AN guards, who had general chnrgo ot tbo ANNUAL AFFAIR. school, stated that ho was well pleased with tho progress mndo by tho pupils, and that it was his opinion that these GOOD ATTENDANCE IS REPORTED officers wcro now capablo ot placing their companies nnd tho entlro Kenr tucky guard on a footing with tbo army. It will bo tho duty ot the The Program is Said to De One of the Very Best In the History of officers, who havo been attending tho school, to return to their respective the Organization. companies nnd impart the Informa Ken- tion to their men that they have re Second Hopklnsvillc; Tbo tucky District Teachers' association Is ceived here. Col. Moffntt, CnpL Dnnn Merrill, In session In Hopkins vllle at Uio courtUnited States Infantry; house nnd tbo program is said to bo Twcn,ty-clghtono ot tho very best In tho history of CapL Charles II. Morrow, Eighteenth the organization. Following nro tho United States Infantry; SergL J. C. President, II. O. Drowncll, Barnes, First United States Infantry, officers: president of ltctliel Fcmalo Collego; and SergL l.ouls Dotcknian, Fourth sccrtHary, 11 Ua Jcnnlo West, superin- United States Infantry, were tho tendent of Christian county schools; This la the second school of the chairman ot reception committee, II. kind ever held in Kentucky, tho first A. Robinson, of Hopklnsvllle. Tho delegates wcro formally wol having been In session for about a corned by Mayor C VI. Mencham. Prln month In Ixjulavfllo Inst spring. clpal Davis A. Clark greeted tho teach ers on behalf of the local schools. C. TEACHERS OF NINTH DISTRICT H. Glfford, principal ot the Guthrlo high school, responded. Some special Effect Permanent Organization at Carlisle Meeting. addresses arc nnnouncod as follows: "Itcccnt Tendencies In Secondary Carlisle. Tho first annual oonven McHcnry Ithoads, of Frankfort, supervisor of Kentucky rural tlon ot tbe Educational Association of district high schools; "Rural Schools," Super tho Ninth Congressional visor T. J. Coates, of Frnnkfort; "Con- proved ono of tho greatest meetings solidation and Transportation In Ken- of tho kind in tho history ot Kentucky tucky," T. W. Vinson, of Paducah; and tbo educators who gathered here. "Some Modern Movements," SupL J. under tho leadership of Mrs. Cora II. RIscly, of Owensboro; "Language Wilson Stewart, stato president, nnd Subjects," J. II. Bentley. ot Hender- retiring president of this district, ef son; "Car- - ot Iuplls," K. A. Selglcr, fected n permanent organization, as of 13owllu irccn, and "Tho Hoy Scout follows: W. L. Jnyne, Iloyd county, Movement," U. F. Brown, of Pembroke. president; T. A. Hendricks, vlco president; Miss Llda E. Among the other speakers will bo( Mrs. Charles P. weaver, of Louisville; Gardner, Nicholas county, secretary; N. C Hammack, Union county; Eliza T. Sanford William, Augusta, treas beth Henry, Crofton; Elizabeth Ros-co- urer; Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, of Christian county; C. K. Ilcson, Morchead; Miss Jesslo O. Yancey, of Hawcsvlllo; W. M. Aton, Morganflold; Maysvillc, and Jny O'D.inlcl, ot Ralph 13. Kublns, Madlsonvillc, and R. lsa, directors. Tho second annual convention of L. McFarland, Daviess couuty. tho district association will lo held In Ashland tbo third Friday and SaturSEPULCHER UNEARTHED . rcg-ulnh Cyu-thlanc. Whltesburg. A great transformation Is taking placo in tho Wright's Fork, ot Boono section, In this county, ns well ns nn Elk horn, whero tho Consolidation Coal Co. has wrought wonders within tho past tow months In the wny of building and development, n hitherto almost unbroken forest. On Wright's Fork a model town, christened McRoberts, Is going np by leaps and bounds. Tho Nicola Building Co., REJECTION OF RUS8IAN ULTIMAACTION TUM PRECIPITATES AGAINST TEHERAN. DEATH RATE IN PNEUMONIA! SHUSTER WILL BE RETAINED Treasurer of American Dismissal General on Advice of England li Refused and War May Follow Is That Among Persons Addicted to Alcohol Is Extremely High Patlenta Lack Resisting Power. A physician trcntlng a mnn suffering from acuto pneumonia fears and lights against two things: Ono. thw actunl poisoning of tho patient by tho' toxins of tho pneumonia germs; thc--i other, falluro of tho heart If tho patient dlca one alone, or both, of tho above factors aro responsible. Tbo) JKJlsonlng. ns indicated by tho fever, the delirium,' tbo frequent putsc, nnd the rapid breathing, rcsutta from tho. rrowth nnd activity of Ihcse germs, ot the nnd the recovery nnd patient depends on thn counter-no-- ' tlvlty of tho leucocytes nnd tho plasms of the blood by which aro producl tho autlbodlos, which. In their trutf nullify nnd counteract tho virulent, poison. When this Is accomplished! tho crisis occurs and tho danger Is practically over. The development of' tho crisis Is, therefore, dependent oni the about protective mechanism, which we, havo been srenkliy;, andl which Is rendered less efficient by alcohol. Tho denth rato among alcoholics nti Is eitromety' tacked by pneumonia high, ranging between CO per cc.nL and! 70 per cent., nnd tt Is probablo that ono cause of this terrible mortality Is. the lack of resisting power which characterizes such patients, "Tho second possibility dreaded by' the doctor In a enso of pneumonia iT" heart failure. Picture to yourselves) what Is happening one lung solid,, entailing greatly Increased work on tho heart, tho fever damaging the; muscular fibers, and tho defective' respiration augmenting thn difficulties agnlntt which tho heart Is struggling. In such a fight every handicap l serious, for sometimes oven tho healthiest heart Is unoaunl to tho task; much moro likely to glvo way Is a heart whose muscle llhors havo been deteriorating slowly nnd Insidiously for years. Such a heart, hcn compelled to copo with tho stntfs of nn ncute pncumonln, dllaloa and fulls, nnd death occurs, because tho heart was Insufficient to the strain. I'rof. liltlnrn Scientific- Tcmpernnco Journal. woll-bcln- ot Pittsburg, started tho building ot McRoberts n fow weeks ngo, nnd already hns telephones, electric lights, a store, warehouses, bonrdlngbouacs, barns, residences, sawmills, band mills, planing mills, dry kilns, etc. with which to prepare the building material necessary for tho rapid construction. Tho postofuco department has Just sent n representative to tho town, who will ndvlso tho Immcdlnto establishment of a postofTlcc. Thn hundreds ot men employed thcra anxiously nwnlt tho establishment of mall facilities, as they are now flvo miles from a HOR8EMEN GO TO NEW YORK 8laln. prob- post-offic- e. To Attend Old Glory Sale Held At Madison Square Garden. Islington. A special train of flvo horso cars and passenger conch went from hero to Now York, conveying a valuables collection of trotters and pacers nnd their present owners, trainers and somo prospective buyers to tho Old Glory sale that was held during thb week at Mndlson Square garden. Among the trotters on tho train was brown colt Alabama tho Bond, by Tho Bondsman, dam FrenWilkes, zied Finance, by Ashland which was sold by Henry lloriuo to Julius Paloncck, ot Denmark, for d $3,000. SUPERINTENDENT FOR HOME. Containing If goat's milk Is a cure for Inebriety, one would never guess tit by studying bock beer signs. the Skeletons of Prehlt toric Giants. as is asserted, to return Hoopsklrts are announced as due Out fashion, like politics, lias its rumors that never come true. The Kings county. New York. Jail Is characterized ns a "disgrace.'' Most Jails nro open to the same criticism has been killed by a hot tag. This comes from departing from the established and recognized cold bottle. Football fatalltltes have been less frequent this year than usual. Tbe game Is in danger of losing its popularity. A baby A New York Janitor laughed so bard at n Joke which bis daughter told that 'lie fell dead. As usual tbe Joke Is sup pressed. finds. Pino drove. Evidences of a prehistoric race have been uncovered by Hugh Yates, a prosperous land owner of this county, on bis farm, n few mflcs west of here. Whllo excavating beneath a sigh cliff on bis plnco Mr. Yates came upon an Immense gravo containing a human skeleton. Tho frame was of giant proportions. His curiosity aroused. Mr. Yates called in some neighbors, and, armed with picks, they burrowed tbclr way Into the side of the cliff nnd found an ancient sepulcbcr crowded with human skeletons, some of them larger than tbo ono first found. Ono of the frames measured 12 feet. Along with tho skeletons wcro founl curiously wrought Jewels and strange ornaments, whllo cooking vessels and musical Instruments of queer design were unearthed in great profusion. The diggers arc still at work and expect to make even inoro Important SEEDING COMPANY. tween Turkey purposes. And the worst of It Is, the war beand Italy doesn't seem to be good even for kincmatograph The man who killed himself after fix hours of married life apparently was satisfied that a llttlo often goes a great wny Magazines that r.ro shipped by freight are at least congratulating themselves on not being completely tldetracked. A young actor has married a widow worth $15,000,000. It was about time that the male sex of stageland was Glasgow. A $5,000 damago suit has been filed in the Darren circuit court against tbe American Seeding Co., alleging that the company entered Into u pool, trust, or combine with other companies, for tho purpose of controlling and fixing the prlco ot fertilizer, corn drills, disc harrows, potato diggers and a number of other prod-ut- s ot several companies, together with repairs. Tbe companies named In tbe petition are tho Hoosicr Drill Co.. Superior Drill Co., Kentucky Drill Co., Dig Ford & Huffman Co., and the Buckeye Drill Co, that Is the P. P. Mast Co. STANDARD OIL TO MOVE OFFICES Covington. Reporta that the Stan dard Oil Co. of Kentucky, which has maintained general offices in Coving' ton for a number of years would re move tho general olflcea to Louisville, Ky., on January 1, were confirmed by First Vice President C. T. Colllngs. Mr. Colllngs stated that tho re moval was iu Hno with thu recent order of the supreme court that tbe va rlous companies affiliated wltb tho Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey bo se recognized. Violinist Kubellk hns fled from Chicago because It was too noisy here for him Need It be said that he hns gone to St Louis? Football Is not all wasted effort. of the ordinary students get excellent exercise In giving Ihe college ydll. Iits d It's our notion that everybody will have to have his liver regulated and In good working order beforo tbo mil lennium can come. A Seattle clergyman preached from a coffin In the streets and was "pall-wared" home. Seattle must be a hard town to wake up. 1 gregated and maintain separate or conizations In the future. Thu dl vorce ot the Standard Oil Co. from tbe New Jersey corporation, will bo completed by December 1. Lexington. George M. Moore, of Louisville, has been appointed by tho board of control of tho Pythian Widows nnd Orphans' Homo to bo superintendent of tho home, to succeed R. S. tawery, resigned. Mrs. Monro will day in November, 1912. Mason coun also succeed Mrs. ns matron ty had the largest delegation, aside of the homo. Tho changes will tnko from Nicholas, attondlng the conven cffict January 1. Mr. Moore Is a tion, aid was on that account award member of Iloono Ixdgo No. 2, cd the library offered by the A trior I Knights of Pythias, of IxiulMvIlle. Ho con Hock Co. Is 4 'J years old nnd was born in Henry county. Ho has recently been engaged In thu furniture business nnd DUTCH METHOD had been previously connected with Of Refining Oil Will Be Tried By the the Ijoulsvlllo Dispatch, tho lakeland TRUST ENDED Asylum for tbo Insane, nnd thu Illi STANDARD OIL Indian. nois Central Hospital for tbo Insnna Separate Bodies Begin Georgetown. silence nt Jacksonville, III. Tho number ot Thlrty-Thre- a Tho dead Life Shift at New York that has surrounded tho acuto situa- Inmates of tho homo has Increased In Main Office SrnalL tion at the Indian Refinery, tho larg tho past four jvars from nine (o titty- est Independent oil rcflnory lu the two". New York. Standard Oil as a bad United States, has been broken uy a trust has technically ended. It hns nport that 25 Hungarians bad been SERIOUS TRAIN WRECK. completed tho splitting of Itself Into imported to Georgetown for tho purthirty-fou- r parts. Under tho decision pose or erecting a now form ot still nurnsidc. Tho Queen d. Crescent in which tho experiment upon refining Flyer No. 1. bound for New Orleans, of tho 8uprcmo conrt none of tho certain oils In a llko manner to that was wrecked thrco miles south ot parts Is to be Interrelated with the conducted in tho old country by the Burnsldo at Alcorn's spur, killing tho others hcrenfter. Each Is to conduct Us own business, Rothschilds at their Dutch plant. It engineer and Injuring flvo of the crew declnro and diswas rumored some timo ngo that the Tho train was n double-heade- r, run keep Its own records, to Its own Dutch plan had allied Itself with tbe ning 50 miles nn hour. pony tribute Its own earnings The Shares of the trust Indian Refinery, and that If this ex- trucks ot tho front engine Jumped tho stockholders. of periment is successful It will entirely track on n curvo and the front cnglno havo been exchanged for shaW subsidiaries. change tho face and energies of the was thrown from the rait, crashing the thlrty-threYet this seeming toppling of the local plant. Into a rock ledge and turning com no produced pletcly around. Tho second cnglnn templo of Rockefeller physical effect at !6 Broadway except HEAD CUT OFF BY ENGINE. was also derailed and both turned thnt a few rooms were made vacant over on their sides. housed thcro the Thcro CIovcrporL One of tho most pecuEngineer John McFarland, of Som- Standard will still bo of New Jersey, Oil company liar acldents ever known of hern oc- erset, was burled beneath tho second tho Buckeye Pipeline, the Colonial curred when Will Sanders met In- englno nnd killed. No passengers Oil. the Now York Transit company, stant death. Sandera was driving a were injured beyond a shaking up. tho Northern Plpo Lino compnny, tho wagon on which was a portablo engine, loosing bis balance Sanders fell BOYS RAISE GOOD CORN CROP. Standard Oil Company of New York snd tho Union Tnnk Une company. back Into the wagon and his head became entangled In the ny wheel and Franklin. Tho Boys' was severed from his body. His body, Club MARY met hero to recelvo SEASICK IS tho QUEEN which was horribly mutilated, was awards offered by tbe business men brought to this place for burial.- Ho of Franklin. Thcro were soventy-flvConsort of English Ruler Is Overcome 1b survived by a wife. boys In tbe contest. The first prlzo by Rough Weather on Trip was given to Roy Hnrrlgan, who to India Durbar. MIODLESBORO HAS "WHITE WAY." raised 108 bushels to tho ncre; tbo second to Owen Attwood, who proLondon. King George nnd Queen Mlddlesboro. bushels, nnd tho Mary, on their way to tho Indian dur In n very few weeks duced eighty-ninavenue, Cumberland tho business third to Ixin Swearlngen, whoso rec bar on tho steamship Medina, had n thoroughfnro ot Mlddlesboro, will bo ord was clghty-flvbushels to acre. rough passage through tho Bay of looming up as the great white way. Dr. Fred Mullcher, of Bowling Biscay, according to repo-t- s which up a Green, was selected as judge. The board ot trade has taken queen's Tho have reached hero. subscription nnd largo arc lights will cabin was flooded nnd Queen Mary bo placed along tho avenue for sevCONVICTS HAVE MIXUP. was forced to vacate hastily and take eral blocks. up her quarters In the special room Eddyvllle. Patrick Collins, a con- with a swinging cot. The king, who FIRST SICKNESS AT 85, FATAL. vict In tte Eddyvlllo penitentiary, who Is a coed sailor and apparently Im would have completed his term In mune from seasickness, continued to Falmouth. Mr. William Colvln (Un-d- eight months, Is now In solitary con- occupy his usual cabin. Will), as ho was known, died at his finement, chnrged with tho murder home near Falmouth after an Illness of James Jones, a fellow prisof a few months. Ho was 85 years oner. Angered at a retort of JoneH, HAITI IN FEAR OF UPRISING old nnd 'had never been sick except Collins leaped upon him and Inflicted with tbo diseases of childhood until a mortal wound with a harness knife Embargo Put on Business Men Leav his last Illness. He leaves a wife and before ho could be overpowered ing Port au Prince for by K two sons. on. other convicts.- - lu ably precipitated a clash with Russia that may result In war In refusing to comply with tho czar's dcniands for tho dismissal of her American treasurer gonral, W. Morgan Shustor, thus Ignoring Great Britain's dvlcc. Russia's reply to tho declslvo action of the Natlonnl Council of 1'crsla was an order to tho troops sbe had massed at Enzoll. a Caspian Sea port, to march on this city. Mr. Shustcr, who Is tho storm center In tho international row, was consulted beforo the final vote and he advised tho members of the council to consider only tho Interests of their country and disregard him. Then tbo council In open session voted unanimously to reject the ultimatum, tho majority of tho members declaring that yielding to tho demand would mean nntlonnl suicide Tho Persian minister of foreign affairs has resigned. Ala-E- I DowIeh, former governor of n Persian province, who has shown sympathies, was assassinated In tho street near his home In this city by thrco men. who fired seven shots into bis body. riots aro now In progress In various parts of tbo city. had been promoting an accord with the government nnd which Is reported to bo tho desired by Russia. Ills brother was involved In the controversy concerning Shustcr. Tho present crime Is a sign of the growing bitterness among tho people. A cablegram from Sir Edward Grey. British foreign minister, was presentThe dlipntch ed to the asuftnbly. compliance urgently recommended with tho Russian demands, but somo of tho members pointed out that England's advice hitherto had led only to They believed Persian humiliation. misinthat Sir Edward Grey had formed and emphatically asserted thnt Russian Injustice had become Intolerable. CHINAMAN n Anti-Russia- n Teheran, Persia. Persia bos IN SHARP REBUKE .Mongolian Was Quick to Observe the inconsistencies of a Woman Professing Christianity. Thoso who rcmo tn our shores from) heathen lands nro quick to sco the! of professing Christians, a story Is told of a Chinaman who applied for n position as bouse1 servant with a family which belonged to a fashlonabto church. Among the' Inquiries proposed by tho mistress of! the house wcro tbo following: "Do you drink whisky "No, I Cllstlan man." "Do you play cards?" "No. I Cllstlan man," Ho was given the position, and ho proved to be n very capablo servant., After a time tho lady gavo a brldgo party, with wlno accompaniments. Tho Chinaman did his part during ncccptably. but the neat' morning ho said to bla mlatrei: "I want qulL" "W'byT What Is tho matter?" "I Cllstlan man. told you ao beI no uork fore. for 'Mcllcan heathen!" It Is useless to pray for Ihe heathen at our doors, so long as wo do tho things that are Inconsistent with the: Christian profession. Onward. Inconsistencies r Corn-growln- c ALCOHOL THE GREAT ENEMY "True-Temperan- e o o AGED SCHOOL TEACHER MANGLED BY TRAIN. Georgetown. Maysville. Peter Auaton, 2B years old, from Virginia, employed by Car- mon & Frazler, C. & O. contractors, was killed hero whllo attempting to hoard. a freight train. His body was mangled, his right leg cut and his skull Win. DIE8. tho Statistics show that In nearly all cases the college girl, when she marries, stays married. I'robably sbe starts out by giving her husband a vivid description of the hazing stunts sbe has participated In. McDonald, A song writer has been ordered to pay J2 a week toward tbe support 01 fractured. his child. Now we may expect on PET CAT 8AVES LIFE. Indefinite number of new "rag-spas- oldest school teacher In point of service In Scott county, died nt his homo hero. Deceased was 75 years of age, and had Veen steadily declining In health for several years. Ho Is survived by his wiro and ono daughter, Mrs. Thomas ItasL of Clark county. ATTEMPTED TO HOLD UP TRAIN. Rock port. A pet blacx cat proved to bo an omen of good luck when It A Chicago paper suggests that only life ot Mrs. J. H. Lydell and light reading should be carried by the saved the children from burning. her two aeroplane, postmen. It Is grimly apMrs. Lydell and propriate, however, that a lot of It asleep and unawaretho children were that tholr homo sloes to tbe dead letter office those was bu.ulng when thu cat sprang days. upon the bed and by repeatedly scratching IU mistress on tbe face A Now York young man baa entersucceeded la awakening her just in ed Harvard with six trunks, 20 suits time for ber to seize tbe children In And 10 pair of aboes. Nobody, how-fr- , her arms and escape before tbo burs-lo- g baa gono to the trouble of hwio fell la. dieting a brilliant future for him. jr A bold bold-uKussellvllle. nnd at tempted robbery of an express car occurred near this placo between and Hadensvlllo on Passenger Train No. 109. Between Olmstead and masked robber entered Allensvllltt the express car and demanded of Mes senger R. D. Stanley a $30,000 pack-agthen In tho car. A fight ensued, in which the messenger won. Tho man was ejected from tho car nnd made bis escape. Detectives are now on tbe ground and an arrest will occur. Olm-steao d Kingston. Jamaica.- - Tbo llaltlen government Is declining lo permit Shnrpsburg. Michael Rooney, a sad- business people to cminric at 1'ort nu dler nnd harness mnker, of thin sec- Prlneo for Klncstntl on the rround advocates of "true" toraper-nnc- e, tion, has n record ho is very proud of that they bring revolutionary com who would have children taught nnd ono that perhaps is without par- munications to tho new lender of the "to drink strong drink ly allel 'i tho United States, having com- national progressive party ami. his here. Haiti charcea that arald refined suroundlngs." pleted, ns ho says, thirty-flv- c years nt his trado without missing a slnislu these progressives ore working for Beer Drinking Decreases. the downfall of President Leconte, dny's work. Tho consumntion nt i. i. ..... ..... decreasing In Germany, for the num- Doom Reno Divorce Joke, CHILDREN BURN TO DEATH. Cleveland, O. Governor Oddle nf per oi uicrnane, which In 1900 had gone up to C.035. had lu 1909 diminMlddlesboro. Tho homo of Henry Nevada Is quoted In an Interview here ished to 4.7GH. . per .i Th ,.; was destroyed by as saying that the Reno divorce jokr Blevlns, colored, each Inhabitant la calculated at about Are, and two of his children, aged 8 has becomo obnoxious and that be a inontliB und 2 years, respectively, wero will attempt the coming winter to se- iour inren aim naif euch year. Much less malt being also employed law In burned to death, Tbe Aro was started cure a more rigid divorce ... In the manufactum nt n,,. Nevada. hy the explosion of an oil stove. favorite beverage. It becomes lighter, biiu iwiiaeijuumiy more hsrinloss. This Iowa Editor Dlcr. DIES WITH BROKEN SKULL. Mason City, la. 8am 0. Sloane. change In the national huhw doubtlesa Clovcrcrt. Wm. Sanders, of this former editor of the Charles City iiuuuiiai produce Its effect on tbe city, was killed by falling on some ma- Intelligencer and at one flint ptesldenl ably gain cnarccter, wnicb will probIn DPlfl unit aMIvltv- chinery at the raw mill berr. His head of tbo Northeast Iowa Editorial as The Quen soclatlon, tiled at Adcl. d. nwis crurli RECORD OUT OF THE ORDINARY. -mis-guideniod--atc- Word of Warning Worth Heeding by, Misguided Advocates of ce Among Children. Noting the attempts of somu silv-cu. mi, unnn uaiiic in EurJjljM to establish there tho German W9 garden nnd continental cafe, as a bet- i environment lor social nnd family drinking. Dr. Ilerecd of Lausanne tho eminent Swiss statistician, has to say of continental ulcohollsm: this seems dllllcult for ono who knows "It to pretend that the German beer garden la tho temple of peace which some of its advocates In England believe It to be. . . . a would bo a. very foolish policy for England to try to Import tho drinking customs which all social rcformcra on tho are earnestly endeavoring tocontinentdlscourajto. . All who know tho sltua- tlon, not only In Switzerland, but on tho continent as n whole, can only sayr "It la only too truo; alcoholism Is our great enemy." This warning is worth heeding by word ofd the the-fact- M fl t.. December 7, 10 ti. .. . THE CITIZEN. Pace Three. tho children ot clergymen. Bo wore tho late E. II, Ilarriinan, tho genius who standardized the American railroads and "Bob" Ingersoll, who, soured by tho hardships endured by Ids mother, through tho fickleness cf country congregations In shitting his fathor from pltlor to post In search of d meagre living, bocaino with Voltaire and Palno, ono of tho world's greatest free thinkers nnd tho principal apostto of tho new "show mo"' philosophy. K. M. Turner, tho brilliant contemporary of Thomas A. Edition and Alexander Graham, In electrical research, Inventor of tho tho dictograph, the Interior tclcphono and other useful that mako for present day efficiency, lays It to his father, Par-to- n "Jim" Turner, a quiet, thought ful Baptist preacher ot Indiana, that ho Is what ho Is. Another conspicuous son of a Baptist clergyman who credits tho helpful Influence of his fathor with being a potential fap-tin his climb to famd Is Charles Evans Hughes, former Governor of New York and now Associate Jus- tlco ot tho United States Supremo es or Do not attempt to raise too many. Ilathor bond your enorglcs to succeed with thoso you attempt to raise. 3320 llrldgo Are., flpokano, Wash. FORESTRY FOR THE SCHOOL AND FARM Rarer trees or shurbs sorvo nicely as Nov. 1C, 1911. At this season of tho year thj tho seeds of forest trees can bo best prizes to bo awarded for scholarship, Prof. J. P. Faulkner: forest or wood lot is porhaps tho cathcred. An excursion by tho teach- attendance, etc. Dear Sin-Th- ank Wo wish to encourage tho observayou for tho plcnant notlco most attractive placo that can bo er and hor pupils to some, neighborIn Tho Citizen, such things mako found and a visit thero will remind ing timber land for tho purposo of tion of Arbor Day, and suggest in gathorlng seeds will provo most this connection tho setting out In a II fo worth living and trying worth us of tho utility and boauty of such on tho farm. whllo. jttrcstlng nnd Instructive. Tho hick- - Bultablc placo ot ono tree for each rd, osage orong. pupil, tho troo to be selected and nu' wajnu,l Wo nro finding that It takes faith, In nn article on forestry hy tho Cot- - lihtinM Antninn n n1 In brought to tho school by tho pupil, ho io and charity; thesis three, to lego of Agriculture a few weeks ago numerable, other species natlvo to each to bo assisted In tho planting movo. Faith that tho Transportation attention was called to tho fact that Kentucky may bo secured. An extra ot his troo by his companions, Company will ovcntunlly run out cf dependence can not much longer be supply should bo obtained (o bo ex- Each? of courso, s especially Interest- tho poods and metises and deliver Placed upon tho lavish suply of tim- changed unfor seeds of rarer species. od In his own treo nnd the number of hopo that your charity will last ber that nature placed In this country til they coma. If any of our friends for us to draw upon. Vast and valu- - This oxchango may bo accomplished varieties brought In will bo surprisForestry, at ing. nro planning to move, toll them not hI.I a fnAA. ......on I In if I tin ilnmnntl through tho Durenu of " " ""' cco- In tho nursery tho evergreens reto, but If they MUST and aro m - .Washington, D. C. Tho greatest has Increased beyond pro- nomlc vnluo mar bo . from quire so much attention during tho any hurry about It, for speed com- for timber of tho suo- portion. Consideration t I. !,. Buuiuiur ua lu .HiiiiitJ.. meiu In,. mend them to a mulo team. Our ivaa mob Joct convinces us that we must pro- - (MM , ncrcascd by nddlng th0 cnmmendablo than broad leaf1 tree. goods left Uerea In August. . vldo ourselves by our own thought Howovcr, they have a peculiar valuo. rcr BPCCICS- 8pokano Is a beautiful city. Tho nnd labor with tho timber which na- view from our south window Is not T,' Bccds 8UOuId bo wo11 orlod for It has been said that a bedgo ot 1r. turo has favored us with thus far. evergreens about a stable lot, as a ,tt C0UI'10 f wool(8 and thcn uurled unliko tho view ' looking south In tho limited areas of European couu- windbreak, will havo the effect of Daren oxcopt that tho nearer hills condition has long slnco n uo in dry sand or chaff or Bomo moving tho farm COO miles southtries, this nro built up with pretty homes. Tho material, and tho box lowered been reached, and tho care of forests :BUch ward. This should commend itself offoct at night with tho cIectrlo lights leaving ,br tho governments or prlvato cor- -, Into tho ground,earth, thisabout six d to farmers and encourage tho setting twinkling Is particularly tlno. to bo cover-lenbvo tho proven to be successful. has Tho sun hero puzzles mo. It docs and mounded over with earth. ot evergreens about tho homo proTho high prlco of railroad tics has jjUch a provl8on wln not sprout tho mises. tint hnw tin osiioclnllv earlv and It Tho CoIIcgo of Agriculture invites drops behind tho western hills at led raiiroaa companies to uunzo many gecdgi nnd the othcr hand wn on tho subject cf 4 p. m. Whether It has Joined the wosto areas along their reads for trco not allow them to dry out too much. correspondence forestry, and will give personal asI nlon and is working for an eight planting, rather than dopend entire- Tho seeds can bo most advantageoushour day, or whether It has bojn ly upon tho vanishing supply hereto- ly planted in tho spring. Alternate sistance to any contemplating a nurbought up by tho Electric Light fore drawn upon. All thoso who tra- froozlpg and thawing will destroy sery. o vel are familiar with tho beautiful Co., I can not say. T. R. Bryant, soods, but with the treatment menwood lots with catalpas, black lo- tioned , Injury may not bo feared in Superintendent ot Extension DiviTho river behaves In a different fashion. It scorns to lovo tho town . custs, etc., set rather thickly In rows this latitude. Walnuts, hickory nuts sion, Kentucky Agrlculutral Experiand winds and loops Itself around It ' or othcrwlso, making their growth to and acorns must bo kept in tho ment Station. In a big, Irregular capital "8." Start- be ready a few years hence when ground over winter to facillato their THE MINISTER'S SON ing from our cottogo In cither oi tho forest supply of tics or posts Is sprouting in tho spring. Such seeds tho four directions wo como to tho eton more nearly exhausted than now. as black locust that have very hard They say that tho minister's boy fivor. That kind of a Btrcam glvus Railroad officials aro business men coats should bo put Into a canvas baJ Is wild and wicked and bad, that jou a great deal moro scenery than and see things from a business stand- and Immersed In water nearly boil- ho Is shiftless, lazy and thriftless, tho straight kind. Besides that It point, and tho farmer and 4 school ing hot and allowed to cool In it, and short on ambition, long on straw furnishes power for our lights ami teacher must realize Uiat their suc- stand for about twenty-fou- r hours, rldos, pool and poker, shy on useful y cess lies In their taking a similar but llko tho hickory and walnut must work, churlish, boorish, a ninny and eticet cars, which benefits wo by paying trlbuto to thoso who low of nil affairs of life. The school bo planted Immediately on taking a nance. I Compared with other boys, wo are can best of all tako tho lead In such out to prevent their drying, which Pit at tho receipt of custom. Wo had a pleasant call this morntold by those who pretend to know, work, It to do nothing moro than loi- would bo fatal. ing from Hubert Felmy. Berca, '0i. ter the spirit of forest conservation Tho ground should bo thoroughly he is everything that they aro not Ho has staked a claim two hundred among tho boys and girls. An air ot prepared and manured at this sea- and nothing that they are. The ons novelty In tho routine of a school son. A square rod will accommodate builds and enriches tho world by his miles north, and was In town buyln his team, wagon and equipment. Ho enhances tho valuo of tho school to over five hundred seedlings, which industry they say and tho other, started today to drlvo them, bsln tho child and ot tho teacher to tho should bo planted In rows as we sow contributing nothing In helpful efmo thero, Nov. 21. Thoso who havj whole community. With this In view, peas. Tho seedlings will require cul- fort to tho civilization of which he watched Mr. Felmy do tho mllo run a few words regarding a school for- tivation nnd watering next summer is a part, lives by the brawn, and on Uerea Athletic Field will trust est nursery may not be amiss hero. ! and a llttlo hilling up ot the dirt to tho brnln of his brother. One wins htm to pass under tho tapo on time. tho big prizes of llfo and tho other, This Is tho season when most ot j prepare for next winter. Ooorgo A. Forbes who championed Alpha Zcta In tho first dobato between tho societies In '9C or '97 Is associated with Mr. McLaren In his work here. Also Mr. Potter who had Departcharge of tho Commercial ment at that time. Tho Citizen out Wo approclato hero moro than ever, nnd consider that you aro doing excellent work on It. I'leaso rcmombcr us to our friends thero, say that wo nro well and that we will bo glad to hear from any .V" - "S'm of them. LETTER TO THE EDITOR INTENSIVE FARMING . . . i es i ( ", lit-tl- en-Jo- Yours slnccroly, Grace Barton McLaren. DODGE LETTERlROMPROF. LflillligH and indiflook at them carefully you will 60J Inert, lnopt, muscle-boun- d PLANT BABIES THAT STEAL RIDES that thoy havo little barbs llko thoso ferent, though alike in origin and on a fish hook pointing back toward destiny to tho other boy, is a straggler in tho procession, Just so much In your last story you learned ot Uio. Wo hold on to mother's dead on the sea ot progress. If tho Plant babies that Ball and fly. I body until some animal comes along tlotsom would you ot thoso that steal and pushes against us, as you did it wore true but It isn't this will now tell morning. Then wo hang on un- be a Bovero indictment ot that vast this rides from placo to placo. wo aro scraped off. In this way nrmy of hard working, honest, sinDid you over walk through a flld til we are carried out Into a field whore cere, wholo soulcd and whole heartand get your clothes full of burrs, or grow last year, ed men who for a comparatively "stlcktlgbU" or Spanish needles? 1 our peoplo did not not small plttanco work night and day mo for any animal knows enough am vory sure that you have. Let to keep us on tho straight path and U. stoo in tho "burr field" to pick 'tell you ot what I learnod one time way, you see we out of Jail, and to whom we havo repicking theso llttlo "pests'' off tho burrs. In that 'as I Bat wo 'nro scattered everywhere. Tills looks course as a faithful friend, when clr-H.oft my clothes. I was hunting, and a good placo for mo to sloop want to placo that llttlo gold I like I had to cross a corn field which the nn the fineer of the clrl we during tho winter and grow next sunr farmer had lot grow up to woods. mcr, !lovo, or need some one to christen bo I will bo very glad 11 you Aftor getting out of It I Bat down scrapo mo oft and let mo go to tho baby, bring cheer and comfort to to scrapo them off. As I took out my will sleep. All ot my brothers and friend tho sick and send tho dead proporly hateknlfo I said to myself, "You npfirlv nro asleep and I only happened to n.w.imnrl tn tiMetr at thn ful llttlo pests, I wonder why you up and speak to you. I am gato. were ever made." Very much to my tako When tho fellow with a grlovanco going back to sleep now, so good surprlso, for It was ono of tho first byo, I will sco you again next sum- against tho minister's boy hikes a' times that tho Plant peoplo had spok- mer If nothing happens to mo and 1 long with his bile, remind Mm that en to mo, a' volco from my pant ox Samuel Flnley Breeso Morse, the get waked up." said, "Do you really not know why of tho telegraph, which broke supposo that ho really With this I wo stick to you? If you do not, I down tho toudal walls ot tho old did not will toll you." "Who are you, and did go to sleep. At least ho on and ' world and made the universe akin, where ore you?' I said, as I look-o- d talk to mo any moro. I went remy clothes ot tho "llttlo by bringing tho most isolated and down. "I am a Spanish nocdlo ba- cleaned mote corner of tho habitable gloue 1 was no longer angry by," was tho answer. "1 am hero on posts" but into Instant touch with the centers your leg and want you to scrapo mo with thorn. I looked at them care- of civilization, was a minister's son wonderful was off if you will, pleaso." "Uut why fully, howover, nnd It Ed' hookB each and tho grandson ot Jonathan did you got on mo at all," I asked, what llttlo Bpcars and groatt preachers ono had on its coat, put thero by tho wards, ono ot tho "if you want mo to scrapo you oft baby might who ever lived. Toll him that Grov go badly now. I did not want you mother plant bo that tho Ar ' steal a rldo to a better placo to grow. cr Cleveland and Chester Alan ou mo." twenty-seve- n Presl ' Do you thluk tho Plant mothors thur, two of tho that "I will tell you." ho said, "it you I who do so much to help their babies dents of the United States were tnln' care to listen. sons and regarded it as au do well In tho world, lovo their chil- '.Istor's asset and a help rather than a handi "My mother grows iu tho field, yon- dren as your mothers do? cap. der, but sho can ouly llvo through j I am sure that I do not know, but 1 And that General Nathaniel Green", the summer. Sho Is dead now as believe you will be glad td know that the trustod friend and ally of Wash you can boo. During the summer sho tho "mean b urrs, stlcktlghts, and lugton, at tho battles ot Trenton, mo and wrapped mo up in formed noodles," aro really wonderful Plant Princeton, Gcrmantown and Brandy- my brown coat to sleep through tho bablos which aro catching rides oa winter, with food enough to glvo uio your clothes and the animals ot tho wlno, was tho Qod fearlug ton of n patriotic Quaker domlneo and was spring. Sho mado thou- woods a start in tho and fields to places where sands ot other babies too, bo that 'thoy can grow into strong, healthy nono tho less useful as a citizen he- causo he was valorous as a soldier. her life would bo sure to llvo on next plants next year. 'Also Joseph Addison, the English auytar, evon though many ot us were They may bo harmful to us, but thor and master word painter; Wilkilled. There were bo many ot ns struggling with all ot their liam Cowpor, the poet; Charlotte sho know we would crowd and they aro that power to bear plants each year, Just Uronto and John Fletcher, disciples kill each other If wo all fell down struggle to .ot Parnassus, whose muse and writI near her, so she made these two as you and should each given us to do. tings set the world a thinking, were sharp poinU on my coat. If you will do hotter all that Is I of or I I - Unicoi, Tonn., Doc. 2, 1911. Dear Borea friends: Mrs. Dodgo and I found ourselves so pressed for time, when on thj point of leaving Bcrca, that wo could not obsorvo tho ordinary amenities of life. It seemod much llko what is called a "French leave.". Wo desire to thank tho friends who gavo us tho delightful reception and tho flno souvonlr, .as well as all who won so helpful In expediting our departure and who showed their friendship In various ways. Our trip was without unusual Incident excopt considerable delay from a wrockod freight car being upon the track. This shortened our tlmo fjr night's rest at Knoxvlllo to between four nnd flvo hcurs. Hut, with all tho lack of close connection both at Knoxvlllo and Johnson City, wo were groctod by tho brother-in-law- 's folks hero with a bountiful Thanks-givin- g dinner, amid boautlful decorahours from tions, within twenty-thre- e our leaving Dcrca. With a flno day yestorday for moving our goods from tho station to the houso, and tho forgotten parcel received by express, we are In a happy frame of mind. Many who aoo this note will bo unable to rcallzo how deeply wo regret that wo had not tho tlmo for goln around to bid good byo. It is not practlcablo to wrlto now to every ono of thorn. Hut there Is a warm love for a multitude of pooplo in Uerea thoso hasty lines. It is not as If wo plannod our doparturo to bo final. Wo hope to mako Uorea a good visit, about Commencement tlmo. Wo shall be most glnd to hear from individuals through tho malls, and will try to send' individual replies. Wo aro not hero to bo ldto, but to find tlmo for unfinished business bo-hl- and for taking an inventory as it wore of life's exigences. "God bo with you till wo meet again." Lo Vant Dodgo. Providing for the Future. "Why do you Insist on taking that youngster's photograph every few weeksr "After he has plunged Into the hardships and responsibilities of mature life he can tako the pictures out and look at 'em. When he sees bow bis mother used to dress htm and cut bis hair he'll feel more resigned to being grown up." Washington Star. as much as you owe something to tho children. It is your business to give a lot ot inspiration to tho fa titers and mothors of tho district, and you can do it through this exhibition. Havo ono boy wrlto an essay on "Corn and pigs." Prof. Low-- Is will send you material for tho getting up of such an essay If you will send him a postal card, (Prof, Chaa. P. Lowls, Berca, Ky.) Havo ono girl wrlto an essay on "Managing a household." Mrs. Dlnsruoro will send you somo material tor getting up such an essay If you will only drop her a postal card, (Mrs. John W. Dlnsmore, Uerea, Ky.) Havo another boy glvo an essay on "Tho school law of Kentucky." You can glvo him tho material yourself. These thrco essays will bo worth tho wholo exhibition. But thoro nro two other things, cither ono ot which pays for all the troublo that an exhibition costs. One of them Is tho speaking of pieces. Wo publish this week on page six four school pieces which ought to bo spoken la every district In Kentucky. Thoso not only pive information but stir tho heart Each ono of those I pieces g Court. will bo a inspiration So when the fellow with tho grouoh to tho boy or girl who learns It, and on tho Minister's boy comes around, they will bo remembered and quoted and begins to hammer. Just rcmembsr Ly tho old folks all winter. these things. Pass 'em out to him But tho biggest thing of all is to and it'll wako him up. If he's made havo somo real school exercises which of the right stuff ho'll feel llko a tho old people can listen to and boob for talking the way ho does and Of course, tho most popular of maybe he'll wish that he too was a theso is a spelling down. You canminister's boy. not glvo too much time to this but lhavo tho older scholars chooso side RESIDENT'S LETTER TO PARENTS and stand up In two rows facing each i other continued from First vage and you pronounce to them es to preach to our students. When words out of the spelling book, first they aro converted wo urgo them to to the loader on ono side and then Join tho church of their parents at to tho leader on tho other, and then home. Thoro aro thousands of former to tho second ono on the first side Bore a students who aro now the best and then to tho second ono on tho church workers in all tho dcnoml- - . other side, and so on. Whenever a student misses a word he sits down, nations. Wo think it is a great advantago and that side beats which has the for any young person to llvo in Be- largest number standing at tho end Begin with cosy rca even for a fow months. Ho gets of ten minutes. acquainted with somo of tho best words and then crowd in harder ones. young peoplo from other counties and but do not tako any that are not In from othcr states. He sees and hears tho spelling book, so that the two a great many important things out-sl- sides will havo a perfectly fair chance. Then havo a class excrclso in arithot what ho is learning in the classroom. If ho Is going to eomo metic. Have three or four examples Northern or Western region this is on tho blackboard and make up these tho best preparation. But we advlso 'examples from things which will ln- all our students to go back to the .tercst tho parents. Let ono boy cal- communitlcs from which they come, culate how many feet ot lumber are Thoy will bo able to do better on j required for celling tho schoolhouse. their homo farms and in tho business Let another calculate what It coats of their own counties after having 'a man to use tobacco at flvo cents seen something outside. Of courso 'a day, allowing compound interest you know what great care wo take .(ion tho tlmo ho is twenty till h fo'r tho health of our young people. dies at coventy. Let ono girl calculate Tho board Is plain and simple, but how much it will cost to spend ji thoy grow fat on It Tho rooms aro winter term at school, supposing that not elegant, but they aro comfortablo. tho incidental fee is five dollars and Thoro cannot be found a thousand board and room for twelve weeks at young peoplo anywhere cast or west two dollars a week, tho laundry who havo as good health on tho twelvo weeks at fifteen cents a week, as tho students ot Berca. To tho cost ot postage stamps and expenses five cents a week, make them sick you have to expose them to the moaslcs or somo contag tho cost of going and coming a dolious dlseaso! But If they aro sick wo lar and a half each way, and the have hospital and a nurso and doctor girl earns five cents an hour for an who tako care ot them without extra hour and a halt's work each day durchargo except for medicine. ing tho twelve weeks. Now I sincerely bcllove that any Then have another class exercise parents who wish to make the best elthor In geography or history. Got men and women possible out of their a list of questions which you know children will find great help in Bend will Interest tho parents and have ing at least somo of those children the children well drilled on that list to Bcrca for a longer or shorter ot questions. The object is not to courso. If you cannot send all tho examine tho pupils again on geograchildren send one. That boy or girl phy or history but simply to show will bring back ideas and informa- the parents what geography and histion and improved ways that will tory aro for and what they are like. Another thing which you should benefit all tho others. And very likely that ono child who has been at do in theso closing weeks ot the Borea will pull the youngor broth school' is lo wrlto out an essay of your own on tho saino subject which ers and Bisters through also. Iu Iho matter of expenses we think gives tltlo to Dlnsmore's book, wo are aoing remarKumy wen. n "Teaching a district school." Put inshould bo understood that wo glvo to this essay the things which you tho students everything which we would tell a younger brother or BiThoy do not ster who Is Just getting ready to consider first-clas- s. havo as stylish things as they might, teach a first school. It will do you a but they havo the things which wo great deal of good to put your think aro good and sensible. Somo thoughts in ordor. Whenover you rich people send their sons and have a bright thought put it down daughters hero becauso they prefer to and koep it, and then put theso have the plain and simple stylo of j thoughts all together In, tho right and tho arrangements by which der with a tew lllustratins and ex-a- ll students work moro or less. Wo i uraplcs and you will havo a bcllove that this is best for did paper to present next summer nil vnnnir nnnnln. Nn mnttcr how rich 'nt mmo trnrhers Instltntn nr nSBOcln- fathor and mother may be tho child- tlon. And finally, study over tho matter rcn ought to bo taught to live plainly and simply, to tako care of their of your further oducatlon. You will own rooms and to save money in all feci a good deal llko lotting down and giving up and having a big rest honest ways. In conclusion, I wish most sincere- whon your school is finished. Thero ly to ask that all Christian peoplo Is danger that you will give way to will pray for us In Borea. Wo havo this feeling ot weariness and so fall an enormous responsibility with so to mako tho plans you ought to mako many hundreds of young peoplo from for your own further Improvement. And In thinking about your own furalt parts of tho country In our charge. We tromblo and rejoice. ther Improvement do not forget your Faithfully yours, pupils. Perhaps tho biggest thing you will do this year will be the Wm. Goodcll Frost, starting of two or three young people PROCLAMATION TO TEACHERS In your district on the road towards Coutinuril from Pint l'agc further education. You will havo a wenther is too bad: but that Is lust right to a great feeling ot eatlstae- tho reason tor having an exhibition. ' tlon when this school is triumphant' Peoplo aro stagnating at homo, and ly finished. Wo congratulate you on It would do them a world ot good being a member ot the great and to buudlo up and como out, meet glorious army ot teachers. Our teachtheir neighbors, see what their chil- ers are really tho hope of the coundren have been doing in school, and try. Without their faithfulness many have some new thoughts given them a child will grow up and never have before settling down tor the long a chance. But the faithful teacher has a right to large satisfaction and winter months. Really, this is the great reason for honor. Cordially your friends, an exhibition. You owe something Borea Normal Faculty. to tho old folks in your district Just life-lonen-Jo- y. do us ng eplen-earucst- ly V i I Parc Four. THE CITIZEN. December 7, 191 1. N EW STOCK BEST LINE OF J groat thing Is tho wonderful chorus, ed tickets. Wo aro and tho glad tho Chapel IB bg. Prof. Rumold was la Lexington tho latter part of tho woek. Mr. Gcorgo Dick's father and mother aro horo from Hamilton, Ohio, for an extended visit. low-pric- LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS IN THE CITY Come and We Will Prove It. FOR SALE On Center Street, two good lots, known as tho John Dales and Grant Hays places. Houso and barn on each lot. Good reason for selling owo monojr. D. N. Welch. V3 R. H. CHRISMAN ' We Can Save You Money. VISITOR'S DAY You pay E. F. COYLE or lass - fat mora ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo I o NEWS Tho annual visitors day will be obsorved by tho Foundation Schools, Friday afternoon, December 8th. All classes will wolcomo visitors from 1.30 to 3:30 o'clock, except tho 7th Grado Sr., which will bo In session from 3 to 4:30 o'clock. All parents and friends of the Kchools aro earnestly Invited to vis- Undertaking and Embalming! A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies. Nliht 46 CARD OF THANKS Wo wish to express our heartfelt thanks to our relatives, frlonds and' 'neighbors for their help and sympa thy shown us In tho loss of our dear son, Marshall; also for tho beautiful floral offering. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Parks. SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. LOCAL PAGE OF BEREA. AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES was Monday, of I a In Soooooooooooocoooooooooooooti Prof. James Watt Ralne .1 Lexington, to attend the UK. anniversary tho DENTIST DAN H. BRECK C1TT rHONK 1S3 program for Office over Berea Bank A Trust Co. Concerning 113th Caledonian Society, tho oldest social organization In Kentucky. He was on tho a toast. Fire, Life ant Accident tho Evangelization of tho World in this Generation. Joint meeting of Y. W. C. A., Y. M. C. A. and C. E., in charge of Student Volunteer Band. Main chapel, Sunday, Dec. 10th, 5:45 P. M. sharp. You Insurance Richmond, Ky. Phoae 505 L. ft N. TIME TABLE. North Bound Local 10:65 p. m. 7:00 a. m. 3:62 a. m. 1:01 p. m. 7:45 a. m. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati "South Bound Local 8:15 p. m. 6:30 a- - m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. BEREA 5:60 a. m. Knoxvllle 6:65 p. m. Knoxvllle BEREA. are Invited. Mr. Egbert Davis is visiting with it us at this time. Supt and Teachers of homo folks In Berea. Foundation Schools. I It's the easiest way to make money, "Savo tho Difference." IN MEMORY OF OUR DEAR AND , Miss Mary Adams was in Richmond the latter part of tho week. BEAUTIFUL GERTRUDE j Miss Etta Mooro who is teaching Friend, do you know at Brodhcad, camo homo to spend Our girl has gone Thanksgiving. A way 7 Mr. J. H. Browne, representing And stands, today. R. D. Kimliall mid Co., the engineers Among tho throng, who laid out the College Heat and Who pralso tho King Power Plant, Is here to make a test With heads bowed low of tho efficiency of tho plant and And sing adjust rates for heat and light. Their "Thanks" To Him? Tho best thing Christmas In Berea, In the Holiday concert by our, grvat Yes, Tho King, Harmonla Socioty of 100 Voices, train- To her, sent .word ed by Prof. Rlgby. The finest oratorio His voice had gentle ring In the world, Tho Messiah, will bo And so given, Dec. l'Jth. There will bo famTo Him, sho answered low, ous soloists from Cincinnati, but tho l"l coino." Day Phone 26 And tho, It stirred Our hearts with grief To say, "Good by" Tho partings brief, Woll not complain E'en tho tho pain Bo hard to bear, And friends will share, And wo will try, To sing, With hor Today Our "Thanks" Tu Him. 3 " II. M. Racer. November 27, 1911. FOR SALE Bcrea College students are now making fine cement Ule, diameter four Inches, ono foot long. Prlco flOO per hundred. Less In quantity lots. Just the thing for farm tiling. Address Daren College, Berea, Ky. BBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBBBSSSSSBSk LbVih 'SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSfl ti BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSB I" sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssisssssssssssssssssssV HER 33 SBBBBBBBIBBBBBBBSBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBbS ' J' BT. ,T Express Trains Stop to take on and let off passengers from beyond Dayton, O., or from Atlanta and beyond. South Bound 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati BEREA BEREA 11:44 a. m. TTlrJJ ''vjij.';1 IK BBSSSSSSSSSSHaVBlSSSSSSSsfl BissssssssssssBissssssssHIBl&vHfe' Gifts for "Her," whether "She" is Mother, Wife, Sister or Sweet- North Bound 4:40 p. m. 8:37 p. m. L bbsbbssssssssssssssssssssssssbSbbs Cincinnati heart, you will find the fitting gift for her at OUR NEW DRUG STORE. ABs.BBBsHsBKfHaKsssssssssssssssssV 'SSSSSSBSSz Miss Estclla Blckncll was in London, from Wednesday until Friday visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Holder. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. VanWlnklo and family returned, Tuesday, from mBSSSSSSSW BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSsT ' S t A XJdW ssssssssWfessssBssssfifi.! SSSSSSSSSSSSSSBS SBBBBBBF BBBBBBJS! SBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBSSSSSSSSSSsI their visit to Portsmouth. at Miss Etta Mooro who is teaching Broadhead was home over ThanksMiss Blanche Stercns of Williams-Lur- g was visiting friends In Berea mU BSSM giving. AT THE CHAPEL DOOR from Thursday until Saturday. Mr. Clinton and Wendell Early visited their sister, Mrs. Holder, in London, Thanksgiving. Miss Stella Adams was home over Thanksgiving. It looks like everybody trades at Welch's. The cold weather has decreased the flow of water from many of the springs on tho Forest Reserve. Will all thoso using Cow Bell water be as careful as possible not to waste it. Mr. and Mrs. J. Jones of Dreyfus were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Blckncll, Thanksgiving. Miss Emily Bcrgor who was cal-- n led to her home In Ohio, Is back WELCH'S Don't forget Mrs. Laura Jones' hat sale is still going on. Hats at cost and a good assortment to select from. You save money by buying of her. Prof. Jno. F. Smith returned, Tues day noon, from Clay County, whero ho haB been doing soma work under tho direction of tho National Commissioner of Education, Mr. Claxton. President Frost and Professors Downing and Rumold wcro in Lex- legton last Saturday to attond the meeting of tho Kentucky Association of Colleges. President Frost gave an address and tho other two delegates wero sarvlng on important committees. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Taylor left for at school. Evarts, Ky., last Friday to visit a Mr. Will Campbell of Danville wa3 Sunday School Convention there. Mr. here, Thursday, visiting his sisters, Taylor lumped In the music. He who aro In school. brings best wishes from Simon KelLadies, buy your Fall Coat from ly and Miss Colletto and reports it Rhodus & Hayes. They have a big glorious time. Price, $5.00 line to select from. It is economy to buy a hat at tlw I to S20.O0. prices offorcd at Laura Jones' milliHomo mado candy, every variety, nery storo. Her sale is going on. to be sold at the Prlscllla Club's Mr. James P. Faulkner Is under I Bazaar, Dec. 15 and 16th. tho woather this week. Over work FOR SALE: Ono good 7 room house, and Under play is tho cause. Ono good 5 room house with moun- In Dr. Best is now to be found tain water and two vacant lots all on Center St., near Main. A bargain his now office over Tho Bcrea Bank and Trust Co. If taken at once. S. B. Combs. WANTED: All your turkeys and chickens at a good price. J. S. Gott, Depot Street. The Prlscllla Club holds it's annual bazaar at Mrs. S. R. Baker's storo Dec. 15 and lGth. The proceeds takFrom now, henceforth and ever after en In aro used for charity purposes, for Xmas. Any one knowing worthy tumllles or persons In need, pluiso leave names at Mrs. Baker's store, In the most attractive, comor with Mrs. J. I. Faulkner. building in modious, Many beautiful hand mado ChristBerea. With a line of merinas presents will bo ou sale at tho chandise and Christmas goods Prlscllla Club's Bazaar, ,Dcc 15 and that will please every one. 16th, such as embroidered towels, pillow-casedollies, Cose in and See Us laundryfancy aprons, fancy work-bag- s, Building with -bags The New Brick and various othor things-pri- ces the Handsome Plate roasonablo ranging from ten Glass Windows cents up to three dollars. of Hotel Block Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Burgess Mai St. Paint Lick were In town, Monday. XMAS GIFT ' When Puzzled About What To Get for Him or Her Remember that of all things men and women like best, "SOMETHING TO WEAR" heads the list. Something he can wear will be douoly appreciated if you get him something he would buy" for himself. is Newest and Best for Men or Boys, Women or Girls to wear is now here in elegant assortments for the holiday" trade. Everything that Why Not Give Him A Sweater, 50c to $5.00 A Shirt, 50c to $2.00 A Suit, $10.00 to $20.00 A Boy's Suit, $3.50 to 8.00 A Necktie, 25c $1.00 A Hat, $1.50 to 4.00 A Mufller, 25c to $1.00 An Umbrella, $1.00 to .5.00 Why Nob Give Her A Coat, $5.00 to 20.00 A Skirt, $3.00 to 12.00 A Silk Waist, $3.50 to 5.00 A Scarf, 50c to $4.00 A Set of Furs, 3.00 to 10.00 A Pair of Gloves, 50c to 2.00 A Hand Hag, 50c to 4.00 An Umbrella, 1.00 to 4.50 At Home Zbc IRachet Store A nice line of Jewelry, Cuff Buttons, Stick Pins, Lockets, Bracelets ( It y?? and Rings. Don't wait, start now. Only 18 Days to Xmas ' j i s, RHODUS MAIN ST. HAYES BEREA, KY. THE QUALITY STORE Dcccmber 7, 19 m. THE CITIZEN. of men at tho Y. Mr. and Mrs. E, Klanory and baby of Elmwood I'loco, spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs, Meredith Gabbard. Miss Jennlo Bowman, teacher In tho school of Expression at Ada, 0., will locturo in tho Church of Christ, Dec. pastor ot tho First Baptist church of Mlddlctown, 0., exchanged pulpits with Dr. Powell, acting pastor of tho First BaptlBt church hero last Sunday. Tho Ohio Presbytery meets in Hamilton, Dec. 4th, to give Impetus to tho Men and Religion Forward Movement, which Is now sweeping over tho United States and Canada. Many noted speakers aro billed to speak. William Parks, aged !J years, of Borca, Ky who It Is stated camo to Hamilton last Juno and secured employment at the Mosler Safe works took a fatal doso of carbolic acid Monday, Nov. 27 and died from tho effects at Mercy Hospital an hour lator. Tho remains wcro sent to his homo at Berea, Ky., for burial. It was reported that Mr. Parks had been drinking soma and was desponlargo audlenco M. C. A., Sunday. Yr-It- cv. Page Five. a TALK IS CHEAP prices they tell of these goods you have to see them to appreciate the excellence of quality, variety and quantity as for the Big Sale on at Engle's But when it is put into newspaper space it costs money. So we will saye our talk about the details AN ORIGINAL STORY Solid oak dresser $5.00, $6.oo, $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. C7C-" Library tables 26x44 OAK $3.50 to $10.00. Brass beds with 2 inch post, $10.00. With a 45 lb. felt mattress to fit it at $5.00 each. $325.00 Pianos at agent's price for $200.00 on liberal terms. 9x12 Axminster rugs $15.00, 9x12 Brussels rug $10.00. 9x12 seamless velvets $20.00, 36x72 velvets $3.00. All 30c. mattings 25c. RANGES $15.00, $1 7.50, $20.00 and $25.00. I'm $5.00 and $5.00 over on each in Quality. All 25c. You will show sense, and save the cents that make the dollars if you trade at Engle's for the next thirty days Big Sales of Shoes and Clothing J i ' dent. 60SPEL MEETIH6SGREAT Rev. C. S. Knight, pastor ot the First Baptist Church of Bamboo, Wisconsin, who came to preach tho Thanksgiving sermon for tho College, has stayed over to hold Gospel meetings in tho Chapel and his efforts havo won a great response. Full audiences have turned out and wldo spread Interest has been shown. Ho has preached tho Gospel In a plain, mattings 20c. under on each in price Phon.60 R. J. ENGLE, erea. Ky. t BUGGIES steel tire, rubber top, $40.00. Rubber tire, leather top, $65.00. Best American .Steel and WireCo's. field fence 25c. per rod. ROOFING, heaviest quality v crimp 28 guage painted, $2.00 per square. ' " """ " galvanized, $3.25 per square " Fertilizer for wheat, good, 90c. per hundred. Best, $1.30 per hundred Other bargains by the score. See "TjHE FURNITURE MAN" stylo of play. ATHLETICS Football. Basketball. On Thanksgiving Day a most InTho second of tho ponnant series teresting and spectacular gamo of ot tiro games between Collcgo anil football was played between Collcgo Acadomy will bo ptayod In tho Gymand Academy. Altho tho athletic nasium on Saturday, Decerning 9. at field was heavy with mud, tho gamo 2:00 1'. M. This promises to bo a wns fast and never lacked In Interfast and boUy contested game and est. Uoth Bides put up a clean game, enthusiasm In both departments la tho playing being alternately offenat Its height. Academy scored sive and defensive. Tho following men represent thi In tho first quarter, Saxton carrying teams: Academy Lowson, II. Bow- tho tho red and green. Hoffman, Uush, Kerr (forwards); Ed- man ball for scored for tho College In the last Do Craw, wards, Marlatt (centers); quarter. Uoth sides failed to Met C. Uowman, Saxton (guards). Col-l'game ended with tio goal, Eastman, Jones, GllllKan (for- - . .... . and tho n r" t K I i earnest and convincing manner, and hundreds of Christians havo been cheered and over 100 students havo entered most joyfully upon a Chris tian lifo. Rev. and Mrs. Knight (for Mrs. Knight has been hero, as well, Hamilton, Ohio, Lottar. and taken an active part in tho SCOTCHMEN CELEBRATE meetings) have a right to feel that The Caledonian Socloty of KenHamilton, O., Dec. 2. According to they havo dono a great work In Botho United States census report, the rca, and that all Berea students and tucky, tho oldest social organization of tho state, met Monday night In death rnto in Hamilton is 14.5 a thou- citizens aro their friends. Lexington to celebrate tho anniversand. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stowo sary of tho patron Saint of Scots, aro rejoicing over tho arrival ot a IN OUR OWN STATE nlno pound girl at tholr homo, Nor. Saint Andrew. The large number of (Continued from firtpage) Mr. and Mrs. Grig Maupin Ing a great business, and its haunts Kentucky Scotchmen and the ago r.f 30th. spent Thanksgiving with relatives In of, vlco entice every passer-b- y and the Socloty helped to mako the oc Oxford, O. Stanley Dowdk, a Jaw rnnturn nil but thoso of d er, orator and writer of Cincinnati, ,rtu0 The ragn,on among the young loetured on thn "Modern Outlook" to sets the wrong way. A careful wrlt-BEREA'S LEADING rock-ribbe- R. H. CHRISMAN. er, himself Is a resident of Lexington is authority for tho statement that considering Its population Lexington Is eight times aa bad as Chicago. , O'ltEAR TOIt SUPREME COUItT President Tatt has received many recommendations from all over the country for tho successor 'to tho Into Justlco Harlan. Among tho fifty nominations is that ot Judgo Edward C. O'ltear. Senator Borah of Idaho is a candidate. casion very Interesting. Prof. Ralne of Berea is a prominent member. Kentucky State University arranges for Its students to havo a dance In tho University buildings every week. Red Cross Flour, 65 cents. Every Seek Guaranteed TATUM'S HARDWARE STORE IstKbitf&slBiskvBfJBjs JVlk'TaVLmavlLLLmJBLH I have just bought the Isaacs' Hardware Store and in the future will carry a complete line of I. LIchtwardt; Terry, D. son, Muiitx, Parker, Hoffman (guards, uciercc, itoi. Cromer; umpire, ji. Click acahrmv POSITION i.. i: Timekeepers, T. J. Waller Morton. Collogo-Acadcm- Alt come. Admission 5 cents. y Following the gamo, tho basket-bal- l teams ot tho Normal and Vocational departments will play. Tbcso teams aro evenly matched and aro developing a brisk AmlcrNin I'ljrnn. T. Wilaou l'.lllot Crntrr K. (.. R. T. . I.T - 1'arktr COI.I.KCK Kolilntun HARDWARE, PAINTS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES . K It. l.tMaittr Kllligan 11111 -- IMwanla r.-,Hoffman llr.Jy p. Kaaton Jonra lanery. Chan. Ilrckman John Welch, Referee; Officials: Prof. Cromer, Umpire. Dlmrr Uchtwar.lt Cromer nanety J CaMwcll DariMiti PricesRight J. . KINTUCstT CLARKST0N GiveUs aCall WIT ViffAwit MONTH CADOiM TINtM(t1 V Glrla at Berea from Seven Mountain States PALACE MEAT MARKET Fresh, and cured meats and lard. Call for what you want and get what you call for. Highest market rice paid for butter, eggs and chickens Leaf Larc, guaranteed pure. Kldd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. a GOOD SHOES ; Fish and Oysters every Thursday. v! U. B. R.01ERTS, Prop. v GOOD SERVICE . AtMANA VI.Q'MIA TINMaail BO. CAHOLMA OflOMIA NO. CAftOttNA Boys at Berea from Mountain Ends of Eight States Stamp Out Consumption Once you get an idea of DOUGLAS SHOES quality and service we confidently count on your return for more. DOUGLAS SHOES arc better because they are better made. There is polish and refinement to them. When a customer wants real character in his shoes it is a satisfaction to show him DOUGLAS SHOES. We have opened up our fall line and have them in all the newest styles. BY BUYING Red Cross Christmas Seals 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 if 0 (HI Why You Should Join the Fight BECAUSE one death In every ten In your locality Is caused by tuberculosis. BECAUSE every seal you buy will be used to fight consumption in your com' munity. comfortable home, educate your "children and make a living? Or is it a common to medium farm you want at a moderate price for either cash or terms with easy payments, close around and convenient to Berea College ? . It may be more convenient for you to buy some of the beautiful homes already built that I have for sale for my clients in Berea. Good enough for anybody. I have plenty of Real Estate in Madison and adjoining Counties for sale at a price to suit any one, from $10 per acre to $150 per acre owing to the quality and location of the land. Think it over and v. rite me what you want or call at my office and we will talk it over. REMEMBER WHAT I SAY, you will always get a square deal with Holiday If interested. CALL UPON OR ADDRESS, R. R. COYLE LOOK 4.T THIS! It A Bplomlld HnKtiln In n 818 acres Stock iiiitl Fruit Farm. TIiIm land Is riml good limestone hluo grass inouiitiiln Iniul, wall watered. About 00 nores in blue Krw, about 100,000 ft. of saw timber; n grent ileal of tie tlin-butiil a grout number of locust pouts. Fluent stone for making lime uny where. Sheep live on blue gritss all winter. This Ih one of tho best of sheep ranches, also a wpieiuilu truit iurin. it litis growing on it now about 2,000 budded bearing peach trees; 160 llnoly Assorted liudded Apple trees, liesldeB all kliuls of Hiuall fruit, grnpes, cherrlen, plums, eta. This tract has on t two good farm residence. One with splendid cellar ami all necessary oiithtilUllngH, and one splendid stock barn, water In yard tf tenement houses, ami In in good neighborhood, within 2 miles of oliurch, school and pout olllce, 5 miles from Hull Road. I will sell Hiimo as a whole or In two traetH county road dividing litis a whole for 123.00 per acre on good terms. Town lots and Improved property in Horoa, Ky. Hluegrass farms In Madison and (larrard Counties, 6,000 acres In one. Timber and coal lauds in Southeastern Kentucky alt for sale at prices and terms to suit purchaser. Let me hoar from any one interested. or BECAUSE tuberculosis cannot be stamped out unless you do your psrt. RED CROSS SEALS FOR SALE At Berea Drag Co., Tke Racket Store and Mrs. Baker' ONE CENT EACH The Best Qualities of Staple and Fancy Groceries That the market can afford. Try a sack of our Lexington CreanYFlour or Zarings Patent Flour, two of the best on the market. If we please you tell others; if not tell us. G. D. Room 4, Berea Bank & Trust Building HOLLIDAY BEREA, KY. Main St. J. . P. llC KNELL W. I. DOOLEY ler.a, Ky. Bvrea, Ky. Page Six. MADISON COUNTY S, S, POEMS THE CITIZEN. December y, 1911. WOP WHILE bought his land." whoro ono docs not at present exist. -f Third, That tho County Association And thar was Jones, standin' out at ;h jr?trT r pay tho expenses of the President and die, no, nev-e- r die. can nev--r tho fence. r die. Kin! die. nu r nev-e- r dio. ChlM'ioo'l can nev-e-r die, no, nev-- r die, die, school do the samo And he hadn't no waggln, nor mules. and that each dio, no, nev-e- r r dio Sweet 'M ran dje. r dit, ner-- r for ono delegate. nor tents. r die, no, nev-- r die. Oar inl can nertsT din, nev-e- r Fourth, That during tho coming year Fur he bad left Texas afoot and cum each school In tho County bo visited To Gcorgy to see It he couldn't by a county or district officer, and git sum that at tho tlmo of such a visit an Employment, and ho was lookln' as hum- effort be made to hold a Sunday School Rally; nnd that a district ral- Ulo as cf ho had never owned any Week in, week out, from morn till at 11 o'clock a. m. soil to tho highest night, and best bidder at public auction the ly bo held In each district beforo tlin land. You can hear his bellows blow; following described property: time of tho County Meeting. Hut Brown he ax him In, and he You can hear him swing his heavy Beginning at a stone on the south Fifth, That in view of the fact sot slodgo side of Prospect St. in Berea, Ky., that the success of tho Sunday school 111m down to his vlttles smokln corner of J. L. Bakor, thence cast-war-d With measured beat and slow. very largely dopends upon tho power hot. along south side of Prospect tho teacher, and that tho effici- And when ho had filled hlsself and Like a sextan ringing the village bell, of St., 1,140 feet to land owned by SimpWhen tbo evening sun Is low. ency of tho teachers may be largely the floor son McGulro, thence with lino ot Increased by a courso In Teacher's Brown looked at blm sharp and rU And children coming homo from same, southwest 825 feet to a stone Training, wo rccoramond that a corschool and swore corner to McGulre's, and in lino to in Teacher's respondence courso That, "whether, men's land was rich Look In at the open door; Jason Williams, thence with his Training bo established under the or poor They love to see the flaming forge, line westward 810 feet to a point direction of tho Supt, of Education was moro in tho man than thar roar, Thar And hear the bellows near center of creek, thence with of the County Association, who will was In tho land." And catch tho burning; sparks that lino-oP. B. Ambrose and J. L. Bakhave general oversight of the work, Sidney Lanier. fly er, 1,010 to the beginning, conand arrango for a Teacher's Instithreshing floor. taining 22feet Georgia, 18C9. Macon, Like chaff from a tute to bo held at a tlmo and place acres more or less. to bo arranged later. Said tract has been subdivided InTHE PLANTING OF THE APPLE Ho goes on Sunday to the church, Chas. D. Lewis, to 23 splendid building lots with TREE And sits among bis boys; W. J. Vaughn, Ho hears the parson pray and preach, streets fronting samo, and will Le Lucy Flancry, Co mo, let us plant tho apple tree. sold In single and combinations of Ho hears his daughter's volco, Committee. Cleavo the tough greensward with Singing in the village choir. lots to suit purchasers. After all the lots aro sold or offered for salo tho the spade; makes his heart rojolco. And it MRS, PICKETT AND SOUTHERN property will bo offered as a whole Wide let Its hollow bed bo made; POETS There gently lay tho roots, and then) It sounds to him like hor mother's and tho bid or bids producing the volco, most monoy will bo accepted. Said Sift tha dark mold with kindly caro. Tho South is developing many new plot Is on tile In tho Commissioner's Singing In Paradise I And press It o'er them tonderly, writers thete days, but tho old ones As, round tho stooping infant's feet He needs must think of hor ouco offlco and can bo soen at any time ore not forgotten, and all magazine Wo softly fold tho moro, and on tho ground tho day ot sale. cradle sheet; readers below Mason and Dixon's How In the grave sho lies. Terms: Said land will bo sold on So plant we the applo tree, lino and above It too will welcome And with his bard, rough hand he a credit ot six months or six and What plant wo in this applo tree? Mrs. La Salle Corbell Pickett's new wipes twelve months time, with tho option series of articles on famous literary Buds, which tbo breath of summer of purchaser paying the purchase A tear out of his eyes. days and places of the South, now money at any tlmo beforo maturity. Tolling, rejoicing, Borrowing, appoaring In MPIUNCOTTS. Tho Shall lengthen Into leafy sprays; If sold on time tho purchaser will goes; Boughs where the thrush, with crimOnward through life ho first papor, "Tho Sunrise Poet" be required to execute bond with apson breast, Each morning sees some task begun, whom every Southerner will recogproved security, payable to tho Com ovenlng Bees It close; Each nize as Sidney Lanier Is In tho Dec- Shall haunt and sing and hide her Something attempted, something done, missioner, bearing 6 per cent Internost; ember issuo. "Corn," ono of Lanier's est from day of sale until paid and We plant upon the sunny lea, lias earned a night's repose. most famous works, Is reprinted from to socuro payment ot the purchaso an early number of LIPl'INCOTT'S, A shadow for tho noon tide hour, Thanks, thanks to thoe my worthy money a lien will bo rotalnod to hive A shelter from the summer shower, In which It originally appeared. friend, the full force and effect of a JudgWhon wo plant the applo treo. Paiers on Edgar Allen Poo and For the lesson thou hast taught! ment. What plant wo in this apple treeT Thus at tho flaming forgo ot life Hoary Tltnrod will follow. H. C. Rice, M. C. M. O. 0, Sweets for a hundrod flowery springs -- with tho grapo of Clntra's vino Pcrtcstln' that folks was mighty And golden orango of tho lino, big fools Tho fruit of tho applo treo. That 'ud stay In Gcorgy their llfo-William Cullen Bryant. timo out, Jest scratchln' a llvin' when all of THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH 'em mought Clt places in Texas whar cotton would Under a spreading chestnut treo ing attendance in the upper grades. sprout Tlio villago smithy stands; Tho different departments of tha Dy tho time you could plant It In Tho smith, a mighty man is ho. school wcro also discussed and conWith largo and sinewy hands; tho land. crete examples of what tho Sunday Aud tho muscles of his brawny arms And ho drlv by a houso whar a man Schools of Madison County were acAro strong as Iron bands. named Brown complishing in their communities, were given. Tho ultimate aim of tho Was a llvin', not fur from tho edge His hair is crisp, and black, and long. o' town. His faco is llko the tan; school in holding forth high ideals and in soul winning was strongly And ho bantered Brown fur to buy His brow is wet with houcst sweat, Ho earns whato'er ho can, his place, brought out. Tho program as a whole was unusually strong and tho sinceri- And said that bcln' as money was And looks tho whole world In tho skoce, face, ty and earnestness manifested by thJ For ho owes not any man. delegates presaged better things for And bcln' as sheriffs was hard to faco, tho Sunday Schools of Madison Co. Dcsldo tho officers and delegates Two dollars an acre would git tlio Kind Words Can Never Dio. land. from tho County, State Secretary Goo. AtMI 11)11 lllIN Kit A. Joplin of Louisville was present Thoy closed at a dollar and fifty I' Im.uiw .1 M.l. and gavo two ablo addresses. cents, W. J. Vaughn of Louisa, one of tlio And Jones ho bought him a waggln L J' '- y v field workers, gave a report of the $, ?7 and tents, m Miwt, God 1. Kind wonts can neverdie, great Sunday School Convention at And loaded his corn, and his wlmmin, tfj lie. 2. st Float o'er the can never die; Wrwli of the San Francisco and soma of his ex truck, and 3. Sweet iW'U can neverdie, Tho', like the C"tIk,r Injltfttlin may fly periences in tho field. 4. Our soul can never die, Tho in tho tomli We may all have to lie, And moved to Texas, which it tuck One of tho pleasant social features His ontiro pile, with the best of of tho convention was the luncheon luck, given at Sullivan Hall to the dele- To elt thar and git him a little gates by President Crabbo of tho land. Kail Trmpfl. Itlchmond Normal. moved out on tho old Tno oruccrs elected lor tho com But Brown Jones' farm, ing year wcro as follows: And ho rolled up his breeches and G. Crabbo, Richmond, Ky, Fres.J. KM 1 o'er a thousand times. bared his arm, Lodge i in the Lreaot ; Like rWJ W iwple rit w. Herudon, Berea, Ky, J. Bright to toe lut, jtun-- y itn-a dal-pring, a And ho picked all tho rocks from Sec Walter Q, Parks, Richmond. In win try oeura. Hat whan the f etlelw Giirt tki tktir charms anew, ofl'n tho groun', B Ui tho" the flesh decay, SouU p.w in peace away, Tho different committees were ap Wrapt la iU glaom. And ho rooted it up and he plowed pointed from tho counties at large, It down. RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY THE Then ho sowed his corn and his whea In tho land. MADISON COUNTY S. S. CllOIU'ft. ASSOCIATION I'ive years gild by, and Brown, ono day Richmond, Ky., Dec. 6th, 1911. First. That wo approve of tho es- (Which ho'd, got so fat that ho Oo thro all nanul tlsn. The heart to cheer, lui tk can nev-e- r die. wouldn't weight). tablishment of a Department of Floats on tiai'i n&vlrn wit;, Far, far a way. Childhood can nev-e- r die. down, sorter lazily. Sweet tWi can With many an added hue, They kU and Purity by tho State As- Was a scttln' Our son's can nev-e- r die, day With flrit Live thro' sociation, and pledge, our support to To tno bulllost dinner you ever SCO, the President of the Department Socond, That we recommend to When one o' the children jumped on bis knee every school In Madison County tho establishment of an adult Bible class And Bays, "Yan's Jones, which you v i Tho Sunday School Association cf Madison County held Ita annual condition on Dec 4 nnd 6th at Ky. Tho party attending from tho Col logo Included Prof, ijowts, l'rnf. Hob' crtson, Mr. Hunt, Prof, llalno nn.l. several students. Tho Union Church Sunday School sent Its Superintendent, Mr. Burgess, Secretary Morton, Dr. Best and savcral teachers. Tho topics wore of a practical nature, taking up tho different means cf making a Sunday School a power for good to tho Individual, to tlio church nnd to tho community. Th3 power of tho Superintendent to hold tho teachers together, to maintain the organization by punctuality and busing methods wns touched upon. Tho problems of tho teacher wow discussed In tho topics, Teaching Power, Teacher Training and Definite Purpose in teaching. Special em phasis was given' to the 'Teacher Training classes," which aro now hcli, lug to provide a moro efficient corps of teachers. The organization of tho Sunday School was also treated In the topics. Graded Schools and Graded Lessons. Thcso woro urged as a means of reaching and holding all classes from tho Primary to the Adult and of solving the problem of diminishHlch-mond, THAR'S MORE IN THE MAN THAN THERE MS IN THE LAND 1 To load tho May wind's restless wings, Whon, from tho orchard row, ho pours Our fortunes must bo wrought; Thus on Its sounding anvil shapod Each burning dcod and thought! Longfellow. knowod a man, which ho lived la Jonos, Which Jones Is a county of red hills and stones, Anil ho lived nrottv much bv cltttn' i . or loans, And his mules was nuthln' but skin and bones, And his hogs was flat as bis corn bread pones, And ho bad 'bout a thousand acres Itr fragrnnco through our open doors; A world of blossoms for tho bee, Flowers for tho sick girl's silent room, Tor tho glad Infant sprigs of bloom, Wo plant with tho applo tree. What plant wo In this applo tree? Fruits that shall swoli In sunny Jun. And redden In tho August noon, And drop, when gcntlo airs cotno by. That fan tho blue September sky, Whilo children come, with cries of glee, And seek them whero tho fragrant Home Course In Health Culture XII. Home Care of the THE SPACIOUS FIRMAMENT ON HIGH Tho spacious firmament on high, With nil tho blue ethereal sky, And spangled heavens, a shining o' land. This man which his namo it was also Jones Ho sworo that ho'd leavo them old red hills aud stones, Pur ho couldn't make nuthln' but yallcrlsh cotton, And little o that, and his fences was rotten, And what littlo corn he bad, hit was boughton And dinged cf grass Defrays their bed to, those who pass, At tho foot of tho applo tree. And whon abovo thtspplo tree, Tho winter stars aro quivering bright, And winds go howling through tho night, Olrls, a llvin' was In land. So him and Tom tho mules, whoso young eyes o'erflow with mirth, tho Shall peel its fruit by cottago hearth, And guests In prouder homes shall sco, they hitched up Heaped framo, Eyes Their great Original proclaim. Tho unwearied sun from day to day By EUGENE L FISK, M. D. Does his Creator's power display, Copyright, 1910, by American I'reaa And publishes to every land Association. The work of an Almighty hand. St ...If Soon na tho ovcnlng shades prevail, We credit mot our alghtj one eye doth plena Tho moon takes up tho wondrous Our truit far mora than ten ear tnlo, And nightly to tho listening earth -- Merrick. Repeats tho story of her birth; F wo ngreo with tho hard bended. "grossly materialistic" philosopher Whilst all tho stars that round her who contended that "tho bruin burn, secretin thought Just an the liver And all tho planets in tholr turn, secretes bile." then Indeed the eye Is Confirm tho tidings as they roll, -And spread tho truth from polo to mo winuow or tua soui." However, the eyo Is nt lenst the window of the polo. brnln nnd in most lntinmto rein I Ion What though In solemn sllonco, all with that organ as well as with tlx Movo round this dark, terrestrial general nervous system. In tho sense that the eye reflects the emotions of ball? What though nor real volco nor the Individual It Is not so much the Window of tho soul" ns somo people sound Imagine. If the muscular tissue stir Amidst their radiant orbs bo foundT rounding tho eye were parnlyxed the In Reason's ear they all rejoice, eyo Itself would have little power of glorious volco, And utter forth a expression. Forever singing as thoy shine: Proper Illumination. "Tho hand that mado us is dlvlno!" Tho bumnn eyo was originally adapt- Joseph Addison. ed to daylight, nnd until tho Invention of printing the demands upon tho eyes COMMISSIONERS SALE of the average man were mostly for distant vldlou In tha sunlight and setMattlo A Seal, etc., Plaintiffs. dom for reading, especially by ortiuclul vs. Defendants light. Lizzie Uughos, etc. Under modern conditions both light Under nnd by vlrtuo of a Judgment end literature nre at tho command of and order of salo rendered at tho tho humblest citizen, although the litOctober Term, 1011, of tho Madison erature. Ilk the light. Is uot always Circuit Court, tho undersigned Master of the Commissioner of said Court will on rrobnbly tho best quality of light for Wedncdsay, Dec. 27, 1911, on tho the eye Is that of the coal oil lamp, pro premises In tho city of Berea, Ky., vlded a proper burner and shade are - I ' Injury. The eyo communicates with the brain through tho optic nerve, which passes through n hole In the back of tha bony eye socket and spreads out oa the Inner surface of the cnvlty of tha eyeball to form the retlnn. Tho crystalline ten mid II Hutments dlrldo the eye Into two chambers, the anterior snd the posterior. The nnterlor chamber la very smnll nnd lien between the cornea, or outer surface of tho eyo, and the lem. It It filled Willi n fluid similar to tears, the nqueous humor. The posterior chamber In large and constitutes the cnvlty of tho eyeball behind tin cryxtallliin lens It is flilc-Willi n transparent. Jellylike the vllreous humor The Iris I n circular, mtisculnr curtnin. an extension of one of the coats of tho eyeball, which by diluting or contract. Ing control the amount of IIkIiW ad mitted to the Interior of the eye. The glinno of tin. irrstiilllne lent is nlaa controlled by the little clllnry muscles. sub-stanc- e, socket wttb an overhanging ridge, which well protects It from external Varieties of Defective- Sight. .ho In such cases convex. Astigmatism l.i roused by an Inequality In tho curvature of the cor nea. This may occur In any meridian of the eye and requires glasses that will so bend the rays as to correct tha deflection canned by the Irregular surface Nearsightedness, This Is caused by an unduly long eyeball from before backwanl. Tll0 ot ,Rnt mcct be. ,i. Is usually abnormally r.,.n. th - tr I - -- y ' Child-hoo- mem-o-r- Vlco-Prc- s. y y Teni-peran- co ner-erdi- ' nev-e- - 'i cev-e- nev-e- nev-onev-e- 'H-- f vision. Importance of Proptr Qtasita. The degree of Injury that results from errors of re'frnrtlon iletwmN tnwin the tenuwrnment nnd constitution of the individual as well as tho extent of the error. Just ns n little tobacco or employed. Tho only objection to thl alcohol will In some subjects produce light Is the Inconvenience of looking cbnos In the nervous system so will a after It and the beat from Its proxlin slight refractive error In a person of uy. unstable tiervous organization cause a The worst form of light Is the flick- profound disturbance of tho general ering gas flame, which contains many iical I li. yellow. Irritating rays and Is very When a refractive error exists Ntlie on account of Its unslendl ciliary muscles endeavor to correct It ness. Tho Welsbach attachment over by altering the shape of the lens. Uncomes these objections, but unless the less tho error Is extreme tbo effort Is usually successful, and the patient thinks he has good eyesight But a condition of tension exists In tho mechanism of accommodation which will be reflected In n long train of nervous symptoms, especially headaches, unless the subject Is of nn especially ro- fcBBSSSaTSTSSP , bust and resistant type. If tlio eye were n lifeless optical instrument any shopkeeper would bo qualified to test It aud with a littlo training could prescribe correct glasses. As the eye Is a living orpin It should be tested with due regard to that fact and by n physician who can study tho eye conditions as n whole aud not VsaL"sV alone the optical conditions which have been created by a combination of tbo refractive error nnd the patient's effort to correct It lly certain drugs tbo accommodation of the patient Is overcome, and the full degree of the error Is revealed. The moral Is not to trifle with tho "window of your brnln" by letting some man on the street fit you with glasses. You will save money THIS ETB IS ATLIiflTTIIH WINDOW Or Til r nd health by going to tho "man who MUM AND IN MOOT INTIMATK HALATION knows," a physician trained to tho WITU TUAT OIIUAH. ayes are shielded from this light Its work. When glasses are required they daxzllng whiteness will prora lrrltat should be worn the earlier the betlag. The incandescent electric light Is ter. Somo people keep away from the also trying to tho eye, although it gives oculist Just as they keep away from an excellent quality of Illumination, if tho dentist, paying dearly in the end. Bathing tha Eyas. the bulbs are shaded from tbo eyo nnd Ordinarily the eyes are kept clean by made of ground glass, as they shou'd bo in dwelling rooms-- , the electric light tho secretion of the lachrymal glands. Is sn ideal method of Illumination, ii which is a weak saline fluid. When It does not consumo or vitiate tho air the eyes are Irritated by dust or slightas is the caso with the gas flame or oil ly Inflamed n solutlnu of boraclc acid, ten grains to the ounce of distilled lamp. ter, Is a useful preparation. Pure wa- Correct Reading Position. Tho position of the body while rend ,cr u Irritating ond should not bo or aosncu into the eyes. Ing Is almost as Important as the qual I There "re nu mysterious or magic Ity of the light The habit that some 7 wa'"r or cures for cntaract The people have of reading in bed is usual ly Injurious, not slmnlv because nliv. I l&ttcr trouble Is for the surgeon. All1 slclans "do not believe In It." but for ,ucn nostrums either contnln simple very definite rensous. The body Is astringents, In which case they are often held In a Btrnlned position, with harmless, but unduly expensive, or the head bent forward, causiug con I they contain powerful drugs, which gestlon of the eyes. If the book be- - mask disease, but do not cure It. and placed upon a pillow or rest and th are dangerous when self ndmlulstered. bead fixed In a natural position little In using eye lotions the eyo dropper Injury will result. I'robably adult Is preferable to the eyo cup. The latbookworms will continue to read In ter washes the margin of the lids and bed nnd "scrooch" themselves up In may carry Infectious matter to the delall kinds of strained positions In ttieli icate membrane covering tho eyeball. library chairs, notwithstanding nl In acute Inllammntlon Ice cold coin, wernlugs, nnd eye strain, with Its presses made of gnuze and wrung out train of Ills, will continue to distres." In hornclc acid solutlun should be used. them. Later on hot compresses may prove But with children a correct position more serviceable und soothing. When any member of the house and light supply whllo writing or rend ing Is really of vital importance Cur hold has Inflamed eyes he should ex- vnture of tho spine tuny result from rrclse great euro not to Infect others.' constant malposition nt tho school .Separate towels should be used and desk or while rending at home. Kye subsequently sterilized, nnd compress strain In the child may retard mental es or handkerchiefs should bo burned development and leave n lasting Im- or sterilized. pression on both mind and physique. Care of Children's Eyas. The child should be trained to sit The eyes of school children should erect, with tlio nLouldcrs squured. A bo examined from time to tlmo and desk that Is too low or too high will errors of refraction corrected. Those compel an awkward position, especial with Inflamed eyes should be sent ly when writing. Detiks should never homo ond treated until cured. be placed so that tho light shines In The eyes of the new baby should be the pupils' faces. carefully cleansed with boric acid soStructurs of ths Eye. Any signs of Inflammation lution. Without entering Into tho minute de- should call for Immediate medical tails of the anatomy or physics of the or serious results, even blind-- , eye, a word regarding Its structure and ness, may follow. refractive elements will assist lu a The caro of the eyes should begin proper understanding of the Injury In childhood. When errors of refrac that may result from neglect or abuse tlon are found glasses should be worn of this delicate yet long suffering and regardless of prejudice. Long life and resistant organ. good health may depend upon two Tha eyeball is Imbedded In a bonj small disks of glass. Ih-h" i Farsightedness. This Is caused by a short eyeball from before backward, Tbo rays of light fall to meet before they reach the retlnn. In both of the nbovo conditions a dis torted Image Is formed, and glasses tro required either for near or distant December 7, 1911 Straightway you take up my words, that are plain and direct and In earnest. Turn them away from their meaning, and flattering answer, with phrases. This U not right. Is not just. Is not trno to tho best that Is In you; For I know and esteem you, and feel that your naturo Is noble. Lifting mlno up to n higher, a more ethereal lovel. Therefore I vnluo your friendship, and fool It porhapn tho more keenly If you say aught that Implies I am only as ono among many, tf you mnko uso of thoso common and Ounipllmnntary phrases Mont men think so Arte, In dealing and speaking with women. Hut which women reject as Insipid, If not as Insulting." THE CITIZEN. "Yes, we must ever be friends; and of all who offer you friendship Lot me be ever the first, the truest, Page Serea. SERIAL STORY the nearest and dearest!" Casting a farewoll look at the glimmering sail of tho Mayflower. Distant, but still In sight, and sinking below tho horizon, Homeward together they walked, with a strange. Indefinite feeling. That alt tho rest had departed and left them alono In the desert. Hut, as they went through tho fields In the blessing and smllo of the The Light BEREA Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE Ql THE MOUNTAINS What Are Yoar Talents? What Are Your Aims? Berea Has the Training That Is Best For TOO. We Courtship The World By Standish With Illustrations Howard Chandler Christy sfcTlliles Rcr. Stephen Paulion tCupfriM,TtMlkbt-MrrrlllCuDiir- i Priscilla by tno sboro or tho ocean Thinking of many things, and most of all of PrUclllii! And as If thought had the power to dnw In lln!r tlbn thn ln.1n.lnnn Whatsoever 11 touches, by subtile laws oi its nature, Lo! as ho turned to depart, Priscilla ' waa standing bcsldo htm. "Art) you so much offended, you will not speak to mo?" said she. "Am I so much to blamo. that yesterday, when you wero pleading Warmly tho causo of another, my brnrt, Impulslvo and wayward, ncaded your owu, und spako out, for gctful perhaps of decorum? Certainly you can forglvo mo for speaking so frankly, for saying What I ought not to have said, yet now I can never unsay It; For thoro aro moments In life, when tho heart Is so full of emotion. That If by chance It bo shaken, or Into Its depths llko n pebble Drops somo careless word. It ovcrQowu, nnd Its secret. Split on tho ground like water, can nover bo gathered together. Yesterday I was shocked, when I heard you spenk of .Miles Bland ish. Praising his virtues, transforming his very defects Into virtues. Praising his courage nnd strength, and even his fighting In Handera, As If by fighting alono you could win tho henrt of a woman. Quite overlooking yourself and the rest. In cxnltlng your hero. Therefore I spake as I did, by nu lrresistible Impulse. ' Ton will forgive me. I hope, for tho rako of the friendship between us. Which Is too true and too sacred to bo ro easily broken!" Thereupon answered John Aldcn, tho scholar, tho friend of Miles Stand Ish: "I was not angry with you, with my self alono wan angry. Seeing how badly I managed tho matter I had In ray keeping." 1 Thus for n whllo ho stood, and mused sunshine. Lighter grow tholr hearts, and Priscilla said very archly: "Now that our tcrrlblo Captain has gono In pursuit of the Indians, Whcro ho Is happier far than he would bo commanding a household, You may speak boldly, nnd toll nit llutc and amazed was Aldcn; and of all that happened between you. listened nnd looked nt Priscilla, When you returned last night, and Thmklng ho never had seen her more said how ungrateful you found fair, moro divine In her benuty. mo." Ho who but yesterday pleaded so glibThereupon answered John Alden, nnd ly tho causn of another, told her tho wholo of the atory, Stood thero embarrassed and silent, and seeking In vain for an answer. Told ber his own despair, nnd the direful wrath of Miles Standish. So tho maiden went on, and llttlo diWhereat tho raaldn smiled, nnd said vined or tmnglned between laughing and earnest, What was at work In his henrt, that him so awkward made nnd "Ho Is a llttlo chimney, and heated hot In a moment!" speechless. "ICt us, then, he what we arc. nnd Hut as he gently rebuked her, and TKXT And the Iird went before them ny day In a pillar of cloud to lend them tho way; and by night In a pillar of nre to give them light-Exo- dus 13:12. First I want yon to sco tho connection these two widely separated texts. The ono is from the account of the Journey or Israel through tbo trackless wilderness; the second,, Jesus speko centuries later, as he was present nt tho feast of tabernacles In Jerusalem. The first verso describes the customary way In olden between times, of leading largo bodies of men on iff:" 'htsVT w ".Vol" Interrupted tbo maiden, with nnswer prompt and decisive; "You Will Forgive, I Hope." "No; you were angry with mo for told her how much be had sufspeak what we tblnk, and In all speaking so frankly and freely. fered, things It was wrong, I acknowledge; for It Keep ourselves loyal to truth, and tho How he had even determined to sail Is the fate of n woman that day In the Mayflower, Long to bo patient and silent, to wnlt sacred professions of friendship. It Ih no secret I tell you, nor am I And had remained for her sake, on llko a ghost that la speechless. hearing tho dangers that threatashamed to declare It: Till romo questioning voice dissolves ened, I havo liked to be with T0U t0 co the spell of Its silence. AH her manner was changed, and sho you, to speak with you always. llcn.ee la tho Inner life of so many said with a faltering accent, Bo I was hurt at your words, and a suffering women "Truly I thank you for this: how good little affronted to hear you Sunless and silent nnd deep, llko subyou have been to mc always!" Urgo mo to marry your friend, though terranean rivers be were tho Captain Mllea Stand- Itunnlng through caverns of darkness, Thus as a pilgrim devout, who toIsh. unheard, umecn. and unfruitful. ward Jerusalem journeys. For I must tell you tho truth: much Taking thrco steps In advance, and moro to mo is our friendship one reluctantly backward, Than nil tho lovo ho could give, wero Urged by Importunate zeal, and with ho twlco the hero you think him. held by pangs of contrition; Then she extended bur band, nnd Al Slowly but steadily onward, receding den, who eagerly grasped It, yet ever advancing. Felt all tho wounds In bis heart, that were aching and bleeding so Journeyed this Puritan youth to the Holy Land of his longings, sorely, Healed by tho touch of that hand, and Urged by tho fervor of love, and withheld by remorseful misgivings. he said, with a voice full of feeling: (TO UB CONTINUED.) "'i rawwr SM. a. T faction of telling the keeper of the The Porto Rlcan's Arsenal. "I have been visiting one of our out- "real old country boarding farmhouse" said E. Stanley Just what be thought of thing lying possoslons." "There Is ono thing on youi tacit." Fnversham, "I wanted a new sensation In the said the lawyer, "which Is not to be way of travel, and thought It would excelled by the best hotels of Now be worth while to take a look at York or Philadelphia." Homeward Togother They Walked. "What ts It?" asked the farmer. Porto fllco. "The salt." answered the attorney Chafing their channels of stone, with "Tbo Spanish Inhabitant-- cling to endless and profitless murmurs." their old customs to a great extent, with a fine display of biting sarcasm "Well. I'm glad ye liked It." reThereupon answered John Aldcn, tho nnd a stranger Is Impressed by the res young mau, tho lover of women: markable devotion to canes. Men. turned the farmer. "It's tbo best keep, an' I ain't pertlcklfr "Heaven forbtd it, I'rUcllla; nnutruly young and old, and even boys, carry some sort of a walking stick, and the about tho price." Philadelphia Tim en they seem to mo always Mure llko tho beautiful rivers that Porto Ittco dandles are very proud of Qlrl Fire Chief. the way they can twirl a cane and watered the Garden of Eden, Port Tampa, Fla.. ts to bo protected More llko the river Euphrates, through make passes with It as with n sword deserts of Hallah flowing, 'The dude of the Porto Illco coun from Are by a brigade organized nnl tilling tbo land with delight, and try Is very proud of bis collection of trained by the daughter of tho lata memories sweet of tbo gulden!" canes and refers to,lt as his arsenal." chief of the Tampa Fire Department Washington Post This girl, Msggle Harris. Is said to "Ah, by theso words, I can see," again bo the first girl In the United State, Interrupted the maiden. and probably In the world, to organize "How very little you prize me, or caro Without Regard to Expense. for what I am raying. After a week In the country, up In n fire department About 40 met When from the depths of my heart. Montgomer county, a prominent law have agreed to serve under her d In puln and with secret misgiving, yer returned to town determined lo rectlon. Shv Is drilling them accord l'rankly I speak to you, asking for stay here during the summer Hut Ing to the rules snd methods of tiff ryracathy only And kiudoeis, beforo coming homo ht had the satis late father. Popular Mechanics. Jim-son'- armies. A tail pole was erected nt the bead of the marching column, on which was hung a basket of fire. The glare of the flro was vlslblo from every part of the camp at night, and In tho daytlmo the column or pillar of smoke guided the movements of ttio host. Tho only difference In tbo case of tbo Israelites was that the Lord was In the fire, nnd that he controlled and guided the movements of the people. In the time of Jesus the Jews were wont to commemorato at tho feast of tho tabernacles, tho time when they were wanderers In tho desert, and (lod rnmlo provision for their sustenance nnd safety. They lit large lamps or torches around tho tcmplo to tho pillar of fire, and then gave themselves up to dancing and revelry. Ah Jesus stood In the tcmplo nrea and looked over tho people, ho saw that they needed guidance even more thnn they did In tho desert, and that they needed light now Just as much as they needed tho pillar of flro of old. Thrftp nhntit lhn fpmntn j wort! merely reminders of past mercy. and possibly many of the people had even forgotten their significance; but hero was he, tbo Guide of nil lives. Here was ho, tho Light of all ages. So ho speaks, "I nm tho Light of tho world." Theso words come down to us out of the old Hebrew temple, and they plcrco tho center of our modern life. "I am the "Light of the wpTld." When the sun rose this morning, it found tho world hero In darkness. It was torpid, heavy with sleep, Its powers were all wrapped up in sluggishness. The sun found the great world sleeping nnd woke It. It called to the dull birds and they sang their matins; It sent Its light over the fields and painted them in colors beyond tho power of any artist to Imltato; It touched the flowers, nnd they opened their petals to tbo glory of a new morning; its rays entered tho houses, and men awoke and began to move about their dally duties. It was an awakening, an energizing, a renewal of life, this morning's sunrise. Even so it was when the Light of the world rose upon mankind. It meant an awakening, new energy, a renewal of life. No ono can tell all that It meant when Jesus came Into the world, for bis coming had a thousand meanings. It had ten thousand Influences which we are too dull to appreciate nnd too to observe. Hut we know that when tho Light of tho world came it meant a new era In history, and we know that when Jesus comes Into the human heart It means a new era in that man's life. Let us noto one or two applications which these texts point out to us; God's people of old were not led by a road already mapped out. The route was not chosen before they started. But step by step and day by day they were led, and God chose the route. Is not Jesus the great Leader of his people, and wo have learnt a chief article of human wisdom If wo have learnt to leave tomorrow to him. Step by step he leads us. The way may bo dark and hidden from us, but it Is all light and plain to him, for he Is the light. As the pillar of flro was given to guldo the host of Istael of old, so is Jesus the pillar of light which guides tho church today. Yes, he stands today In tho midst of tho host, majestic, dominating tbo centuries, leading tbo church as the great army of God. One evidence that the Light of the world Is directing the movements is that tho whole church is becoming awake to Its duties nnd opportunities. Tho light of the morning wakes not only one class of men, but all far and near. So tbo Light of the world is I seeding his rays today Into all hearts. J Great movements are sweeping over America today among the men of the churches. They are realizing tho folly of their own lethargy and Indifference, and aro waking to the new morning and a new day's work. The housewives have been astir long since. Woman's devotion to her Lord, and her self sacrificing labors, have been one of the glories of the Christian church from the beginning. And now the Master Is marshaling the men to sym-bollz- o n short-sighted the march, whether caravans or Aro you not far advanced? Then enter the FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Suprlntsndsnt, Here Will be placed with others llko yourself, under a special teacher, and make nost rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and the common branches and be ready to use them. You will have singing, drawing, Cam and household management, and freo One year In the Foua tatlon School costs less than $90 and is worth $1,000. Are you aiming to be a teacher? Then Join tho NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmoro, Dean. Here you will be tm trained that you will fear no examination, and you will be taught how t tsach. The demand for Dcrca trained teachers tar exceeds the supply. Are you Interested in earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. Marsh, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. Woodwork and Carpentry, Nursing. Printing and Business Course, Etc Here you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy 4oaf r text-book- Book-Bindin- things In Are you desiring the next best thing to a College Course T Then take) two years or thrco years In tho , GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis K. Mstheny, Dean. or three years, In such practical studies as will fit you for an honot able and useful life). You select your studies from such as these: Physt ology tho science of health; CIvIcb the science of government; Qrsmmsf the art of correct speech and Ethics tho science of rlgai and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelltgencot Botany nocessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady; Physlco the science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc, etc Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start tn the SEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Mathtirjv Dean. Best training In Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. s has Its own and Men's Dormitory, and a large body of students of high character and ability, able Instructors, and uao of CoV Two-yearsletter-writinclass-room- a superior manner. y lege Library and apparatus. Berea College The College Itself stands apart from all the other schools under Rs l turcment and has long maintained tho highest standards known In the South. To conform to the Carnegie standards we havo diminished our former rv qulrcmcntsl Required and elective otudlcs with opportunity to concentratei ka particular lines. Largest collcgo library in Kentucky. Laboratories equipped for student practice. Courses leading to tho degree of A. B, B B. L and B. Pod. MUSIC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Voice Culture. Piano, Theory. Band, may be taken for special foes in connection with work in any of ths above) schools. , Questions Answered money-makin- ' Berea, Friend cf. Working Students. Berea College, with its adllateC chools, is not a Institution. It requires certain fees, but ts, it expends many thousands of dollars each year for tho benefit of Its giving highest advantages at- lowest cost, and arranging for student to earn and save In every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protest-thcharacter and reputation of tho young people. Our students como front-thbest families and are earnest to dn well and Improve. For any wh may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except thoso with parents In IJerea live In College building, ancl assist In work of boarding hall, farm apd shops, receiving- valuable train Ing, and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except In wis) ter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their a penses. Write to the Secretary beforo coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc, vary wlh different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate la the best, hut m students must attend classes regardless of tho weather, warm Wrap and underclothing, umbrella and overshoes are necessary. The Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas an other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College ask no real for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding an towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week, in the falL and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES aro two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, and la retumesX when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care of school bullsV lngs, hospital, library, etc (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students ts $5.00 a term, $6.00 In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 In Colle-giatsta-dene e e PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by tho half term. Installments aro as follows: FALL TERM Vocational Academy and Foundation School. and NormaL $ 5.00 courses. College. 9 7.0 Incidental Feo Room Board. 7 weeks 6.0 9.45 $ 6.00 7.00 9.45 V MS l.4 Board mount due Sept. 13, 1911 ,...$20.05 7 weeks, duo Nov. 1, 1911....... 9.45 (22.45 9.45 $31.90 931.40 2S.4 Total for term If paid In advanco WINTER TERM $29.50 $29.00 IS2.t 932.4 Incidental Fee Room Ard, f ( weeks 5.00 00 9.00 9 6.00 7.20 9.00 $22 JO 9.00 $31.20 930.70 9 .00 9 7.M TJ 9.0 92$ Amount due Jan. 8. 1912 Board 6 weeks, due Feb. 14, 1912 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 128.50 9 5.00 4.00 6.75 $15.75 9.75 $22X0 922.00 J J Total for term If paid In advance SPRING TERM $S2.H 93L7 97 1.0 C7 91 1.7 6.7S 926-- Incidental See Room Board, 6 5)0 6.75 917.75 6.75 weeks Amount due March 27, 1912 Board 6 weeks, due May 1, 1912 Total tor term If paid In advance...., 924.60 924.00 26JB Plan Now, Coma January 3d able-bodie- d a us young man or young woman can get an education Any if there Is tbo will to do so. It is a great advantage to start In the SnlTVnd havo a full year ot'eoa-tlnuoWhite Slavery. rouse the church of God by Let us study. Many" young people was to time In tho public schools goturning on the light of knowledge, so ing over and over the same things, when thejr might be improving much that all good men may unlto In de- faster by coming to Berea and Btartlng In on new studies with some of the, vising ways and means for saving the misguided and degraded at our own best youuG men and women from other counties unt States. doors, instead or expending our time, Mnko your plans to come January 3d. SBoney and energy In trying to convert For information or friendly advice write tc tho Secretary. heathen in foreign lands. the nev. V. W. Miller. Universalis Wood lawn, III, the front. d D. WALTER MORTON, berea, ky. Page Eight THE CITIZEN. December 7, 1911, Combs, Johnson Moore, and Cornelt- - I vlstUn his two daughters, Mollle non of Bcrca, were here bird hunting and Lucy, who aro In school at Boron. tho past week. Ewcn Dunlgan of 8. A. Gabbard and brother, the Rov, Ivbworth, Ky., will preach at Wm. Isaac Gabbard, of Cow Crock return Vaughn's tonight. Owing to 111 cd homo from Henry, 111., whoro thoy health the Ror. James Anderson dls - had been to see their mother. Some o appointed tho gathering for tho meet- - . of our cltlxcns wero at Boonerllb n errMjlene pHlihf4 ! i ilfwa la (ill Ij tkt writer. Tit mm Jt Ing at Flat Lick, Sunday. Mr. an I last Saturday on business Ballard irMtset ot rood filth. Writ pUlaly. Mrs. George Helton of near Richmond Huff returned homo from Lcslto Co. It aot for pMlctUon, kt ti will rnovo Into J. It. Moore's proper- laBt wook, Miss Prosscova Price, OMoK0M0MoM0MOIO)0)IOMO)l0ll9M HOHOHOHOHoHonoMlOHOHOHOHOK ty as soon as It Is vacated by J. M. daughter of Judgo Price, of Levi, Is weeks. Morgan. Jake Anderson and family hero staying with her sister, Mn. friends and relations for a fow Plan Albert Johnson who has been work- of Bcrca havo moved on Elgin and Lucas and going to school. H. II. Now Room Scarce Engage One ing at Dovll's Slide, Utah, camo homo Luclan Glpson's farm. Goorgo Miller Gabbard and Tandy Frost went to Tho very unusual rush to Bcrca Dec. lBt. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Powell t killed two gray foxes last week. . Oneida, Tuesday, to work for tho ' t Ia Mlntnr nnil hmthis fait has flllod up tho rooms avall-rtbl- o and daughter took dinner with Mr. Miss Minnie Moore c6ntemnlntr rn- - ri11nirn .Mian for students so that those who G. I. Rador, Thanksgiving L. T. jng to East BernsUdt Uils week to thor, Brown, spent last Saturday ' wish to como at tho opening of winter Medlock from McKeo and Chas. Da ; Btay tho rest of tho winter with a night tnd Sunday with relatives nt Aksolutmly Purm suro to send vldson of Peoplos spent ThanksglT- - Mrs. Croucher.-- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boonovlll-N- ed Wilder Is doing a term, Jan. 3, must bo Ing at tho homo of Miss Maud Pearls. Mooro wlu niovo ,nto tll0 propor,y hustling business In soiling goods. their dollar deposit and cngago a Frank King has gono to Bristol on on his mothor's farm vacated, Sun- - Success to Tho Cltlicn. room right now. Wo hopo to be ... L.wy ' a n raa tin .aay, Dy u. u. .Moore ansa ablo to accommodato thoso who aro It Rlcotown, Nov. 22. To whom HDBLKT (Vaughn Is going to Frankfort In a teaching and wish to pursuo their Iuw days to visit her cousin, Carter may concern. Tho ictltIonor, Huram ' studies In the winter and Hurloy, Doc. 1. Dan Word and Normal minimum trouble and cost bisEd Vaughn Is laid off Brandenburg, who was charged with I spring, and as many others as possi- family havo moved to Indian Creek. Vaughn tho murder ot Henry Llfich, and was cuit, cake and pastry made fresh, ble, particularly the farm boys who Mrs. J( W. Hurley visited her par- - trom work with a pain In his am Farm ents at Horso Lick, last week. Mr. nnI shoulder Master Coleman Rey- - sentenced to tho statu penitentiary j wish tho winter term In clean and greatly superior to the ready-mad- e, won tho prlzo In tho boys tor tho period ot eighteen years at Management. dry, found-in-the-shvariety, hard labor, has tnado application tor Old students who have dollar de- n iiAnl dnnl Thuredn w Avntilnrr Vena Com crowlnir conti'ftt. enthcrlnir and danger must all the samo wrlto seriously Injured by a cave In, his M! bushels from his acre.-- T. P. Bui- - ,ardon' AUho"Bh alum food is avoided. posits here cd ho doC8 that 'a -- i, 1.1 Ao.f. lock and Mrs. no.iahorfv hnv i 1,.1 .nn to engago rooms. U, .ot ,,a"fhtBr, Doonovlllo to see their brother W. todny to tho Secretary. Let ured. Dr. Hayes dressed the wounda. Wrlto you and wo will mal;o v us hear from Villt 1IU U11U 1AUUOIU UUUUUi u Now, If anyono objects to said oiiatiiawk tended church at Bethel, Sunday. jrou welcome and comfortable. letltlon, you nro now at liberty to Gray Hawk, Dec. 3. Charity Robin-thi- s D. Walter Morton, Berca, Ky. A protracted meeting Is scheduled for fllo your objections. day. Klmo Flanory of Berra wns Thanksgiving Wm. Mason was in place, beginning the third Satur- - ton who has been In California has Very respectfully, JACKSON COUNTY tho guest of his unclo, Mark Flanory, Mt. Vernon, Friday, having his band day in this month. It. B. Anderson returned to his old homo nt Gray HUGH. Huram Brandenburg. Sunday. Miss Lydla Young was treated. Tho Coal and Lumber family moved to their new hou-je- . Hawk and whllo out hunting accl- -' Co. and In Bcrca, Friday. Mr. and has started tho Big Hill mines i:.ltNKsTVII.LK j (.hopping Hugh, Dec. 4 Preaching eorvlcos Goorgo Gabbard and family now occu-- , dentally lot his gun go off and shot at place Sunday. Brewer havo moved Into their Johnctta and has a largo commission woro hold at this py tho placo vacated by Mr. Ander-- . cne ot his feet. Ho had to havo on.) Earncstvllle, Nov. 27. Rev. O. Jl. 'Mrs. auof tho wind and snow the son. W. M. Hurley ot Egypt will of his toes amputated but Is getting nowman preached at Moorcs school new homo which they recently bought to feed thclp hands.. dience was small. Martin Abrahams niovo to tho placo vacated by Mr. along fine now. Born to Mr. and houso, Sunday morning. Rev. M. trom Dr. Martin. Curt Parks spent IIIRrUTANTA mm A la IaoiVi is now constaoio ucre, nlul wll n Bon. wimo Djsputanta, Dec. 1. Peoplo aro welt Gabbard. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hlllard Mrs D. Young, a flno boy to Abston preached In tho afternoon. A Monua who has recently moved to lng a sharp lookout for tho whls of ?i cood crowd was out to hrnr fhRin. i nnj oxpectcd to to Mr. and Mrs. .Morris Saudlln. nn .beys from hero , key dealers-Sev- eral "'enmonu. air. ami airs. jas. 'lur- In this vicinity Robert McQueen conGabbard pound boy. Mother and baby are gett- - Mrs. Fred Cummlngs Is Improving. i templates moving saw mill on supper at tho Baker p attended tho box BorngtaJt t a Ioad ing along fine, Married, Mr. Louis The Brandenburg Brothers aro bav- - k'y ,oft Tu08jy to o tho guest of Davis Branch, soon bis Clear Creek . The 'tlmlr unpin. .tr. fliWri Cntllff i school house, Saterday "'gh'.... ot ti of goods, for W. M. Hurley, Monday, iiai-- oi uray iiawK, Bon oi u. v. "'8 u kuou irauo ai moir sioro. Tno near Barbourvlllo, for tho next two Church Is being newly covered and Mrs. Hardin Azblll visited at O. Js Hayes, to Miss Rachel Addison, of "ttlo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hous TuscoIa n Thero was a school exhibition at Sunday M.Bcnges. bomg Chri8tnms. Owsley County. We hopo them a Ufo 'on Farmer and Mr. C. Farmer from weeks. Mrs. Ben Boon and llttio daughter, Dorothy Bales are visiting tho Boiling Springs school house. bill has secured a Job making ; staves ( ,oga fop ,s oi sunshine and cheer. W. R. Englo Jackson County who was shot nccl- Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Settlo ot Big Thanksgiving. Joo Wilson has been for Bongo and Co.. for tho next M- Moore ot Richmond in this vicinity this week running out heavy snow fell months-Q- uito a two Hill. y somo land for W. 8. Shearer Tho Halo . Self-Relianhero, Sunday afternoon.-Ll- oyd II A UTS ce a chrlgtmas M Then farmers aro about dono gathering corn , Dira nunung was u0l while out Harts, Dec. G I am glad to say ,ndIan Cn)ek somo unknown hunters but not unlay night before Christmas. Corn A child is not satisfied when his father shows him how that our Sunday school Is progressing around hero.a J. L. Jones of Goochto do a IT V i land made hnnn'.- nhnnl i business call In Davis certain thing. But watch the exultant expression on his face when by Bmuuw1.. I. "- -" nicely with largo attendance Wilis worth a dollar per bushel, kweot Branch, Monday. place has been closed oa ac- at this actually doing it he lias conquered the thing himself. G0 Ir,gh ton VnnWInklo has moved Into the a ' count oi mo lunoss This new sense of conquest is an added power which increases KOCKKORll property Just vacated by Jim Ballcn-ge- r dollar, eggs 20 conU per dox., apples L Frank Campbell made a business f.O cents per bu. Wm. Gabbard ha t. and W. B. Lako has Just returned Rockford, Dec. 3 Wo aro having trlp to Berca, Tuesday. The stavo been out buying fur hides, the past Henry Ward JJeechcr used to tell the following story of how he from a visit with his sister, Mrs. J. EL qulto a lot ot cold weather The mill at this placo will start up In a week, was taught, wheyi a boy, to depend on himself: Hammond Thomas and Lesllo Mc- - llttio son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Camcr- y short time. Green BIcknell of Chest"I was sent to the blackboard, and went uncertain, full of Quoon attended tho plo supper at Sil- on, who has been very sick for some MeKKK nut Rldgo visited friends In Happy whimpering. ver Creek, Saturday night Samuel tlmo, Is improving Miss Bessie McKeo, Dec. 4. C. A. Mlntcr and Hollow, Friday. Bcula Fowler spent " 'That lesson must be learned,' said my teacher, in a quiet Davidson of Walnut Meadow plko Culro is visiting her sister, i'lrsAn,- -' family, of Greenball, visited relatives Thanksgiving In Berca. tone, but with terrible intensity. All explanations and excuses he took dinner at J. W. Lake's, Thanks- nlo Llnvllle. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. DsJ-to- n and friends In McKeo last Saturday roxxowjf. trod under foot with utter scornfulness. giving T. J. Lako was at Richmond, 'I want that problem- - I t and daughter, Lola, of Bcrca, and Sunday. A. W, Baker returned ' don't want any reason why you haven't it', he would say. Foxtown, Dec. 1. B. G. Harrison is last week from a business trip to Monday, on business Unclo Jack visited hor father, T. C. Vlars, from " ' I did study two hours,' slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Lexington. Logsdon Is vory sick at this writing Friday till Monday. Mrs. Jas. Gulnn W. Clark was In Louts-vlll- o " 'That's nothing to me; I want the lesson. Vou need not ry Isaacs are visiting Mrs. Isaacs A. C. Hart of Dlsputanta visited T. visited hor futher, Mr. John R. Mc on business a few days last study it at all, or you may study it ten hours, juft to suit yourielf. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyra Roso, this week. J. Lake, Saturday night. Miss Pearl Collum, Sunday II. E. Bulien Is A Thanksgiving entertain I want the lessons.' weok. D. I. Powell, deputy sheriff ment was given by McCluro Is planning for an entertainbuilding a new barn where tho old the pupils ot tho was calling on tho people at this Academy "It was tough lor a green boy, but it seasoned me. In less ment and Christmas tree at tho lost 0110 was burned, a fow days ago Wednesday afternoon last than a month, I had the most intense sense of intellectual independplaco this week. Ham Farmer 'visitday ot her school, Dec. 23rd. Hog killing and corn gathering nro Mr. Messier preached the Thanks ence and courage to defend my recitations. ed Alfred Moore, last Saturday J. K. giving 1 will try to soo tho beauty, tho chief occupations now. Mrs. J. sermon at the Academy last "One day his cold, calm voice fell upon me in the midst of a deBaker, Ue Inspector, has been inspect- Wednesday night. Tho regular quarSpread beforo me, rnln, or shino. W. Todd is slightly better at present. ing in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. monstration, 'N'of I will ccaso to preach your duty, Myrtlo McCollum visited Bertha terly communion service was held a. Bud Isaacs visited Mr. Isaac's uncle, "I hesitated, and then went back to the beginning; and, on And bo moro concerned with mine, Bullun, Saturday night Tho thirteen the Academy chapel, Sunday morn reaching the same point sgain, 'No!' uttered in a tone ol conviction last Sunday. Tho Rev. Cox failed ing. Tho Sunday School months old child of Wm. McCollum ma HILL. is prepar ' to fill his appointment at Sand ing barred my progress. last Big Hill, Dec 4 Mr. G. W. Lucas camo very near being drowned for a Christmas entertainment. Springs, the 4th. Wo trust Brother " 'The next!' I sat down in red confusion. has moved to his brother Barn's Sunday week, by falling in a large can . Attorneys A, W. Baker and J. R. can be with us at our next meetCox "He, too, was stopped with 'No' but went right on, and finish-eplace M. J. Carrier, Jr., has rented of water, and was found Just in tlmo Llewellyn wore on Moores Creek thj ing. Miss Mary Cain, who has been and, as he sat down, was rewarded with 'Very well.' ttio placo vacated by G. W. Lucas, to savo Its life. li tter part of last week taking devisiting her unclo, W. P. Isaacs last positions. " 'Why,' whimpered I, 'I recited it just as he did, and you said which belongs to Berea College Mr. Tho deputy sheriffs In LAUREL COUNTY ueck, returned homo, Monday. Quil-le- r the 'No!'" and Mrs. M. J. Carrier are tho proud various precincts were In towi, . VIVA Baker of Cavanaugh moved to Friday "Why didn't you say 'Yes,' and stick to it? It is not enough j.arcnts of a baby girl Aunt Jano and Saturday, settling lau Berea last week. Mr. and Mrs. AlViva, Nov. 20. Miss Maud Qulnlan to know your lesson; you must know that you know it. You have Martin and Mrs. Bid Abrams sjicnt fred Moore aro visiting homo folks month's collection of taxes with of Chicago, was visiting her brother, . learned nothing until you are sure. II all the world says 'No,' your Saturday with Mrs. Lydia Abrams. Sheriff Little. J. R, Hayes, Jr., tho at McKeo and Maulden. business is to say 'Yes,' and prove Mr. Stevo Qulnlan, ot this placo last week. and Abrams Miss Stella export bird hunter of McKee, nevr Dr. Goodman of Wolchburg and W. One of the greatest delusions that a human being could ever hac ANNVILLK Budy McKeehan were united In mar to bring In a good number of lls is that he is permanently benefited by continued assistance from others. homo of Grant Abrams R. Reynolds ot Tyner, passed thru riage at tho Annvlllo, Dec. 2 . Tho Mission quail every tlmo he goes into the Viva, tho 2Cth on their way to LonOrison Swett Marden in Success Magazine. on Thanksgiving. Tho brldo Is teachMisses Kolker, Hoekje, Dcnnlo Frost field. The County Board of Educaer at Mallory Springs school. Thoy don to attend court Mr. and Mrs. and Charlott Messier spent Thanks- tion meets next Saturday at tho supwill mako their homo at this place. Ellas Simpson visited Mr. Simpson's giving at tho Girls' Dormitory, with erintendent's office for the consider Is In the stavo trade for a whllo and dontally by his brother wero buried W. C. Neal has bought somo land sister, Mrs. Robert Gaines and Mrs. tho Mission workers ot this place. ation ot such matters as may properly is doing good business. Mrs. Mary at Stono Colo graveyard last SaturDan Farris oC East Bcrnstadt, tho A turkey dinner was served, all en- como before it. from Moso Estes and is building him Bingham thinks there Is nothing like day. self a houso upon It uscar nayes IS and 19th. Frankle, tho llttio son joying tho day. The school at' LinTYNEB Tho King's Daughter Circle Tho HTCIUIKO.N. and Berlin Rlvonburg spent Saturday of Mr. Simpson, slipped and tell Incoln Hall Academy gave a Thanks-givinTyner, Dec. 3. Wo aro having work on the foundation ot the hos Sturgeon, Dec. 4 Married, on Dec. and Sunday at .Philip Hayes. Mm. to a scalding pan receiving a very entertainment, Wednesday af- somo very bad winter weather here. pital Is progressing nicely at Gray ind, Jeff Catchln, of noar London, Lyda ABbury who has been residing bad burn on tho leg. He is doing ternoon, tho program, which consisted Stave hauling is about done for the Hawk We hopo to havo a nice lit- to Rachel Hartsock, tho daughter ot In Brownsburg. Indiana, has arriv very well. Andro Mao, Mr. Simpchiefly of dialogues, recitations .and winter on account tle town In the near future. of bad roads. Sam Hartsock Prof. J. A. Hunter ed. Her husband. James Asbury, and son's llttio daughter, Is very sick at songs was enjoyod and appreciated Mrs, America Tlncher is very sick CLAY COUNTY of Sextons Creek is couductlng a family will bo hero in about two this writing R. D. Jones, who has by all attending. Tho school here is Mrs. Mary with typhoid fever. been logging noar Weaver Is at Dr. C. C. Creech of Manchester, singing school at Walnut Grove ou weeks. very good, about 100 being enrolled. Dougherty ot Tibus Is visiting In Clay Co., well known tbruout East- - Saturdays and Sundays Mrs. John homo gathering corn Miss Nora HILVKR CBKKK A hunting party composed of L. T. this vicinity Died ot tuberculosis, orn Kentucky, died recently in Ohio. Hudson is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Sllvor Creek. Dec. 4 Rov. Parsons Bruntt of Corbln spent a fow days Medlock Frank King, Chas. DavidDec. 2nd, Mrs. Matilda Strong. She o Will Short, at West Irvine, this week. filled his regular apointment at Silver last week with her sister, Mrs. Ho was burled at bis old home. son, of this place, J. E. Coons and leaves a husband, one daughter and Centers- -F. C. Jonea returned Miss Miss Mattlo Peters of Island City, Creek. Saturday and Sunday Guy Overby from Paris, killed S3 a host ot friends to mourn her loss. LIpps, Dec. 6. Miss Lillian Man- - was tho guest ot Miss Mary Brewer, nrneo Johnson is visiting relatives the 25th, from a short business trli quail, Saturday, Nov. ISth. L. T. Her remains will bo laid to rest In pin, daughter of F. C. Maupin, ot Saturday and Sunday. C. K. Venable in Ohio David C. rultlna passed thra to London. Jean Gibson of Tyner Medlock klllod 33 and Chas. Davidthe Tyncr burying ground, Monday. was at this place, the 26th on busison killed 31 ot the 83 quails killed. W. R, Roynolds is attending Federal Bcrca, who is teaching on Otter will begin erecting a new dwelling onrouto for Jackson County, Hunuay. ness. Creek, In Clay County, gavo Quito for R. S. Wilson, soon. J. R, Peters Thero was a plo supper at Silver M. Rader of Paris Is visiting his Court at London, as Juror 0. H. C. an interesting program at her school, has been doing boiuo painting for 13. Creek school house, Dec. 2nd. All reJBSTILL COUNTY Nov. 30th, Thanksgiving. All report 1 1. Brewer, tho past week J. II. port a nlco tlmo. W. B. Lako visited WAUKHflVILLK Spcnco has Just lately discovered a his brother and sister In Rockcastlo a pleasant time. Wagcrsvillo, Doc. 4 Misses Nettle HKXTONH Clti:KK a kerosene barrel missing from off County, Saturday and Sunday. Marmid Bertha Noland wero tho guests of Creek, Dec. 2. Born to ills premises and says that the moon- lon McQueen and family visited Lis Ml Soxtons uses Anna and Ida Flynn, Sunday, tho wlto ot Chas. Gross, a fine girl. shiners must bo doing a pretty sorry brothor, James McQueen, of Harts, Mrs. Ambroso Wilson and Miss Ma-r- v namo is Martha A new baby business that they havo to steal their Sunday. Her Wilson wero shopping in Irvine, Her distilling outfit. at tho homo of John Baker. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Saturday Mss Kato Wagors was tho namo Is Edna PearlMiss Nannlo MADISON COUNTY Oltl.ANUO guost of hor sister, Mrs. 8lmp War-for- d, Sponco had a box supper, Friday, Oct. 100 Men's and Young Men's K1NC1NTON Orlando, Doc. 2- -3. L. Ball Is vis Friday night of last week. Mrs. 4th. Part ot tho funds went to tho Kingston, Doc. 4 Earnest Pvttus iting relatives In Clay Co. Thanks Knto Wilson, who has boon sick bo This Season's Suits Children's Aid Society of Louisville, of Borea has been visiting Earnest giving was spent pleasantly. Hunt- long, Is slowly improving Dudley Nancy Hunter who has Parks. Miss Ethel Flanery was tho Ky. Mrs. ing was all tho go with tho young Roberts was among friends hero, Satand Overcoats left quick been vory 111 Is better. W. H. Hunter guest ot Miss Hilda Powell, Thurs- men Miss Ellen Hall of Norton, Va., urday night Sunday Mrs. Nan has moved to Splvy on tho property day night. John Wobb, who is at- whn (inn liccn vlsltlns her sister. Mrs- - Cox wnn thn and ;: :: disposal runul nf Mln Ttncn Ar. Charley tending Eastern Kontucky State Nor- Brady Davidson, roturncd homo, Wed cf Miss Mary Spence. fvlno a fow days last week Miss Fan tilzemoro and wlfo of London, havo mal School, at Richmond, was tho nesday U. S. Moycrs, tho hustling Scrlvnor entertained friends with a been visiting relatives hero for tho guest of his parents from Saturday tobacco drummer, called on tho merWhile they last buy $10.00 and $14.09 values- - for party Thanksgiving night. All report past week, Jas. Hunter of this placo till Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Peters chants hero, Tuosday. Mrs. Magste a delightful tlmo Miss Rosa Arvlne $5.00 to $8.50 Is moving to Coal Spring near Alger. spent Sunday with Mrs. Elizabeth Laswoll was In Mt. Vernon, Friday, was tho ploasant guest ot Miss Kato D. A. Campbell has purchased a Murray Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Powell, shopping Miss Kizzlo Ponder dos Wagors, Thursday night SHOES," HATS, SHIRTS, SPECIAL PRICES ON of last week. now saw mill and set up tor tho Mr. and Mrs. Wesloy Wobb, Mrs. Will ed her school, Wednesday, on account Mr. and Mrs. Ambroso Wilson an 1 MEN'S PANTS AND HOSIERY. ' present on tho Holly Fork, Young and of entering tho winter torni of school llttio son Lewis wero Cornellson, Mrs. Douglas the guests of tho Misses Lcona Webb, Mollla and at Richmond T. J. Ball, who has Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wagers, Saturday OWSLEY COUNTY Do not miss this sale for winter wearing apparel. ll MCKTOWN Suda Powell wero entertained at tho boon visiting tho family of Dr. night and Sunday Mrs. Jas. Sparks Rlcotown, Dec. 2 Henry Gabbard homo ot Mr. and Mrs. Mark Flanery at Kings Mountain, returned visited her sister Miss Edith Fowjer, Tho lagrlppo Is Sunday. D. ,0. Wagers was tho guest of Cow Crook, was hero, Frida- y- for Thanksgiving dinner. Miss Rbo-d- a homo, Wednesday Revs. Mason and Roberts preached at Bowman, who has been visiting visiting several homes in this part. ot Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Kelly, Satur Opplo Owens and Bill Auglln cal- day night and Sunday. Aunt Mary Gabbard', Monday night. relatives lu Rockcastle Co., for .tho --rSamuel Wilson of Cow Creek is past six weeks will return homo, Frl- - led on tbolr friends at Climax, East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else for January 3 i i RoVal are op ltf Baking Powder Makes Home Baking Easy With J I T' fm, T cf I . ( 1 ' Born 25thalw !'''". jBen ..... .... , I "r ' 1 ' d; it.'" f-- g ' fK Ad-dl- A Sale for" Men Winter for Las-we- 3-- . lb. Gole