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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): December 14, 1911 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1911 cit1911121401_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): December 14, 1911 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I I3EUEA BER.EA PUMLISHING CO. iNoenpeRATBBj J. P. FAULMMUt, MtiMgw Mstirtd al th4 DENTS OFT ' KY I ( t Kiewledfe li power s4 tin way to kttp up witli Metera tawwltdje is to read a newspaper. i:omi' rH vfUt nl eta Btrta, Kf,, a, xrnd mali tnltfr. Vol. XIII. Devoted to title Interests of title :M!o3jatan People Five cents n copy, The citizen BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, DECEMBER 14, 1911 fd One Dollar a year. Uck h Uti la tk mtS If WnrM. Mtifr lU a Mr" oa la attnta1. S rarafal taaai itriac a Mnatar. Tali U ita tttm al auar Inmit tad raar aaak la ka ntraaMlr ciatlaaa. No. 24 Christmas Sale MEN'S SUITS AND MEANING OF CHRISTMAS uuuy. y The birthdny of Jesus Christ ought to mean something to every t' Ink tt tk la ava II la The Rreatest musician that ever lived com nosed an Oratorio about the birth of Christ, and its songs oro all in tho words of the Biblo. This Oratorio, called the Messiah, is to bo sung in Berea College Chapel, Tuesday night, Dec. 10th, by 100 voices. Those who can get to hear It and those who cannot, will nliko enjoy reading ineso nuojime words. Tbore is the prophesy of His coming, the story of His suffer, ings, and the picture of His final triumph. Small Accounts There are many persons in this county who feel, possibly, that their business does not warrant the keeping of a bank account, but who would, in reality, be greatly benefitted thereby. This is a mistaken Idea. A bank account is valuable to every person who transacts business. You are enabled to keep your money where it is safe yet it is available in part or whole at any time. You can pay all bills by check. This gives you a receipt for every dollar paid, for all checks are. returned to you after having been paid by your bank. The fact that you possess a bank account gives you a better standing among business men and enables you to establish a credit with your bank when you have need of it. We welcomejsmall accounts at this bank.. OVERCOATS I Instead of waiting until after Xmas to cut the prices on' Men's Clothing we do it now. God ao loved lb world that He gave Ilia onlv begotten son that whosoever brlleveth In II I m should not perish, bat have everlasting life. -J-ohn III. it. PART I. Comfort ye, comfort yc, my people, saitli your.God speak ye comfortably to Jerusalem; and cry unto her that her warfare is accomplished, that her iniquity is pardoned. The voice ol him that crieth in the wilderness, Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make Straight in the desert a highway for our Gbd. I..l.h,t.,.3. Aia (Tenor.) Every valley shall be exalted, and eveiy mountain and hill made low: the crooked straight, and the rough places plain : lMUh 4 Ciiokus. And the glory of the Lord shall be revealed, and all flesh shall see it together: for the mouth of the Lord hath spoken it. Kic (Bass.) Thusiaith the Lord of Hosts; Yet once, a little while, and I will shake the heavens, and the earth, the sea, and the dry land; and I will shake all nations, and the desire of all nations shall come. nggl h. t. j. The Lord, whom ye seek, shall suddenly come to' His temple, even the messenger of the covenant, whom ye delight in: behold, He shall come, saith the Lord ol Hosts. Recitativk. (Tenor.) Berea Bank & Trust Co. ANDREW 18AACS, Pres. J. W. STEPHENS, JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier. VIce-Pres. Every Man's Suit and Overcoat in our stock is included in this sale, including the world famous Hart, Schaffner tb Marx Suits. Get our prices before you buy your suit. IN STATE i NEWS Ex-Ma- OF THE WEEK iihi.j. Geo. W. Cable In Kentucky Lincoln Postoffice makes Money Mine DItas y Institute Kentucky Loses ter Taft sends another Message-Natio- nal or Woods of Richmond O'Rear's Politics Nations at War McCreary takes SuccessorChosen Chlne.se Revolution Tin Plate Office POST OFFICE PAYS EXPENSES R. R. COYLE LETTER EROM . FORMER STUDENT PROGRESS IN HARLAN I I MsUchllii. Casper, Wyoming, Nov. 19, 1911. The Special Correspondent of the Dear friends: Citizen Tells of Great Things Coins; Thcro Is not a student In Korea's on in Harlan County Berea Men Lulls today (bat loves tho collego and and Women at the Front. workers inoro than I do. I rcallio A delightful visit with our friends what It haa meant to me to bavo an In EvarU, Ky., and Harlan, Ky., was opportunity of attending Dorca made possible through tho courteous Wo boys of Eastern Kentucky, Invitation of .Miss Colletto and Rev. wta tho cxceiitlon of a very taw. would noverha e opened o r 10 ta Ptont,and part In a Sun . -- ,m: Col-leg- o. ...;..-- " J" agement and aid of Urn collet. T I will toll you something of my d'n, Mn,e5 1 location. ""TV0" latCorb,n' I. tho leaching p. jn. ,t r countv W l(WhCr is situated on the North Watt river. , VT J?"5" . . Misses " , . n .ia a very ueauiuui time town, a&v . ing the river on one side and tho ? Casper mountains, a rango of the I"" W 8pCnt , l ,lhIr ,hm0 Rockies on tho south. The mountain evening. have been covered with snow slnc Mnovlllo Is picturesquely located October. 11th. Tbo town haa about four thousand population, and la grow ,n a ncst ot n0"ntolns uch higher lng rapidly. Two hotels of tho town Umn our Uerca mountains. Tho moon tho silvery quiet water register weekly over ono hundred , ";"l'c'cd Cumberland river, winding strangers coming to mako this town lof ontlro length of the their homo. The causo of this la tho 'through Ul opening of a largo oil field near tho jt0wn mal0 a P'cturo nover to bo Saturday wo started New wells nro being opened fSllcn- - Eari each week, with wonderful results. UP 1110 now "no rauroau uuiu oy t. Many "gushers" oro now to bo boou. ,J' A8UCr toward Harlan town. Tbo wo u- - ana N A second reason for tho lucrcaso lu ' roau 18 now ea8ca population Is tho construction of a and w,u doubtless becomo tho main new railroad thru from Therniapolls "no through to Florida, via Appala- to Chcyouno. Tho IJurllngton road c"'a "u cutting on tnoionginan-oxtend- s Wo from Corbln to Knoxvllle. from Uio 1'aclflc coast thru to Thermapolis, Wyoming, Just rat I mot ou tho train many of our regular ... k . .... . .t ... nttitttta nf IIviTin Tnvnrn nml aivDrnl i . ,. men rrnm i.'ai- - o- ui iuo rtmionni vestou, Tuxas, to Cheyenne, so you former students at Uerca. Mr. Cam Lewis, a ono time student see a few hundred miles of road hero will connect tho 1'aclflc coast ot tho hero and now a prosperous banker Northwest with tho gulf coast at and merchant, Introduced us to many Galveston; Texas. This means a great Harlan friends on tho train and point ed out with prldo his beautiful now for the cltliens of CaBper. might furtbor say tho town has bungalow built on tho hillside overfour churches, a public library, elec- looking Harlan town. Hu told us of tric light plant, flro department, both Prof. DUney's great success as prlu- a gtaded and high school, and then clpal ot tho county high school at tho other side, a danclug hall, pool Harlan and how a now building was to bo erected next year at a cost ot halls and seven saloons. (ConUnud on HItli Tact) t.ivvu. ino nuu was an 100 suoru Just as wo stepped out a flno lookCONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE ing young fellow called out, "Howdy, Professor Taylor, how aro all tho KlllST l'AOB fellows down at BorcaT Tell them you Tho Messiah. Baw mo." And beforo I had tlmo to Letter from Former Student get his namo ho was gone. At tho Progress lu Harlan. depot we wero greeted by Prof. DU- In Our Own Stato, ncy and Mr. Campbell Ball, whose Newa of tho Week. wlfo was formerly Miss Laura Crooch SECOND PAOE Qenoral News. a Bore student for tlvo years. Wo calltd for a few minutes at their THIHD PAOE beautiful now home and afterwards Maglo of Mlstlotoo. ou our way homo wero kindly enter Tho Ulblo. tained thero over night. Mrs. Ball's Temperauco Notcg. brother, John Crooch, was also thcro. PAOE Ho was a student at Berea for two Locals. years and afterwards four years at Coming Events. Valparaiso, and Is now a prosperous FIFTH PAGE real estate man and civil engineer. Prldo ot Berea. Alter supper, accompanied by Mr. Cablo. and Mrs. Dltney, wo took a wagon SIXTH PAGE with easy springs and drovo to Ev- Serial Story Miles Standlsh. arts over a beautiful mountain road, Markets. scarcely surpassed la beauty by tho SEVENTH PAGE Canadlau Rockies. How famous for Horticulture. Its boauty will bo this section In a Dairy Calves. tew years when the railroad shall Novelty In Implements. bavo made theso rich valleys mora EIGHTH PAGE accessible) Eastern Kentucky News. Simon Kelly, Miss Colletto and Plan for January 3rd. others mot us at Evarts. The school NEXT WEEK (Ccnliaucd tt Fourth Fag) Address of Goo. W, Cable. ' ,d 1 Icft Ucrca W n a bcall,,U, vJ,,n nn.. CV Ti T' Int T' for-tow- n, f But who may abide the day ol his coming? and who shall stand when he appeared)? for He is like a refiner's fire. M.i.chi in. Kec. (Alto) Behold I a virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel, God with us- IUh vil. 14: M.tt. I. jj. Air. (Alto and Chorus,) O thou that tellcst good tidings to Zion, get thee up into the high mountain: O thou that tellest good tidings to Jerusalem, lift up thy voice with strength; lift it up, be not afraid; say unto tho cities of Judah, Behold your God I ,ttUh xU Arise,. shine, for thy light is come, and the glory ol the Lord is risen upon thee. JuUh Ix , Rec (Bass.) For, behold, darkness shall cover the earth, and gross darkness the people; but the Lord shall arise upon thee, and His glory shall be seen upon thee, and the Gentiles shall come to thy light, and kings to the brightness of thy rising. lMlah Ix , 3 Air. (Bass.) The people that walked in darkness have seen a great light: and they that dwell in the land of the shadow of death, upon them hath the light shined. Iulth lz. i. Chokus. For unto us a child is born, unto us a Son is given: and the government shall be upon His shoulder: and His name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, the Mighty God, the Everlasting Father, the Prince of Peace. lulah ix. 6. s- Air (Bass.) i. For tho first tlmo in twenty-eigyears the Postoffice nnnnrtmpnt. I shows a surplus instead of a deficit. Mr. Hitchcock's administration began two years ago with tho largest deficit on record, 117,479,770. This has all been wiped out and a small surplus is left. The postal savings bank haa proved a success and plans aro being mado to secure parcel post within a year. ht The Pastoral Rkc. (Soprano.) field, keeping watch over Symphony. There were shepherds abiding in the their flocks by night. Luke li. 8. f . 01 (Soprano.) And lol the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glory of the Lord shone round about them: and they were sore afraid. i.uVeii.9. Rc. (Soprano) And the angel said unto them, Fear not; for behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people; for unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, which is Christ the Lord. I.ukell. la, u. Rec (Soprano.) And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host, praising God and "J'in8: Luke 11. .j. Chokus. Glory to God in the highest, peace on earth, good will toward men. Luke lt ,4 Rec (Alto.) Then shall the eyes of the blind be opened and the cars of the deaf unstopped; then shall the lame man leap as an hart, and the tongue of the dumb shall sing. iUhxv.5.. Air. (Alto.) He shall leed his flock like a shepherd: and He shall gather the lambs with His arms, and carry them in his bosom, and gently lead those that are with yows- ii.h Ais. (Soprano.) Come unto him, all ye that labor and are heavy laden and He shall give you rest. Take His yoke upon' you, and learn of Him, for He is meek and lowly in heart; and ye shall find rest unto your soul. Witt. xl. S. . Ric. IuUhllll.j. Chorus. Surely He hath borne our griefs and carried our sorrows. He was wounded lor our transgressions, He was bruised for our iniquities, the chastisement of our peace was upon Him. ,Uh . 4i j. Rec (Tenor.) Thy rebuke hath broken hit heart; He is full of heaviness. He looked for some to have pity on him, but there was no man, neither found He any to comfort Him, Pulra Ixix. ao. PART II. Cnotvs. Behold the Lamb of God that taketh away the sin of the world. john Ata (Alto.) He was despised and rejected of men, a man of sorrow and acquainted with grief. t- - Au (Tenor.) Behold and see if there be any sorrow like unto His sorrow. umBtloui.u. Rec (Soprano.) He was cut off out of the land of the living; for the.transgresslons of Thy people was He stricken. iuih 1111. a. But thou didst not leave his soul in (Soprano.) hell; nor didst thou suffer Thy Holy One to see corruption. Air. rsalm xvl. lo. (Continued on eighth page) MINE DISASTER A coal mine explosion In the Cross Mountain mines at Brlcevllle, Tenn., CABLE VISITS KENTUCKY has entombed many men, and lt canGeo. W. Cable, the novelist and publicist, formerly of New Orleans, not bo told how many are killed. explosion occurred eight hunnow of Northampton, visited Ken- Tho tucky last week as guest of Mr. and dred feet underground and a couple of miles from the opening, and when Mrs. Camden, ot Versailles, and gave the mlno. became tilled with smoke two addresses at Berea College, Mo It was very difficult to rescue tho and Tuesday. helpless men. It Is supposed to leave LlNCOLN"fNSTITUTE fifty widows and three times as many Rev. A. E. Thomson, D. D., long orphans. pastor of the Union Church at Berea, TAFT'S SECOND MESSAGE and lately elected Principal of tho President Taft has sent a second new Lincoln Institute of Kentucky message to Congress, concerned largo- for colored youth which Is being ly with foreign relations, lt explains established near Slmp'sonvillo in Shel why troops, were sent to the border by County, has transferred his resiIn the recent Mexican revolution. dence to tho slto of the new Insti The President urges the adoption ot tution. tho pending arbitration treaties and Construction Is going forward on discusses our relations with several several buildings and the school will of tho world powers, England, China, open noxt fall. This enterprise of es- Japan and Russia. tablishing a school of PRESIDENTIAL POLITICS tho Booker Washington kind for col The Republican National Committee ored pcoplo of Kentucky Is ono of has met to mako arrangements for tho most Important things now going tho presidential nominating convenforward In our stato, and Dr. Thom tion next summer. Opposition to tho son is a man in all respects qualideveloped present administration fied to bo at tho head ot It, when tho administration candidate Mr. New, of Indiana, was proposed, WOODS LEAVES STATE for chairman of tho powerful subHon Clarence E. Woods, ot Rich on convention arrange--ment- s. committee mond, Ky., who has won such deserv Friends of Col. Roosevelt are mayor of that city. Is, ed honor as wo regret to say, leaving tho state urging his nomination. NATIONS AT WAR to accept an Important position jn Tho Turko-ltalla- n war Is provoking editorial work at DeLand, Fla. Mayor Woods is a typo of the enterpris- tho most awful atrocities of modern ing public man. No doubt Florida times, it being reported that tho It needs him, but so does Kentucky. Wo alians have burled Turks allvo up to must bavo more such men In all our tho neck, .afflicting them and leaving them to starve. Persia has appealed Istatca and towns. to England to protect her against tho WINN SUCCEEDS O'REAR. aggressions of Russia. Robert H. Winn, of Mt. Sterling, PROGRESS IN CHINA chairman ot the Republican State I Prince Chun, who has acted for tho Central Committee, has been appoint flvo year old emperor of China, has ed Judgo of tho Court of Appeals to regency. Tho vacancy caused by the resig bcon driven from his fill tho rebels captured Nanking, tho ancient nation ot O'Rear. capltol of tho empire, but tho ImperINAUGURATION OF GOVERNOR ialists recaptured Hankow, which tho In tho rain of Tuesday, Senator Mc- - revolutionists bavo long held and ICreary was for tho second tlmo Inau which bad many munitions of war. gurated as governor ot Kentucky. Thcro is a truco ot somo days. Frankfort, Kentucky, and tho countr Whether China will bo a limited mon havo greatly changed stneo ho was archy or a republic cannot yet bo Inaugurated tho first tlmo lh 1875. told. Ho outers upon his torm at tho ago IMPORTS AND EXPORTS ot 73, when a man may bo expected OF TIN PLATE to bo getting through with worldly Tin plato exports In October were ambition. Ills defeated opponent, twelvo times as much as the Im I Judgo O'Rear, may congratulate him ports of that article. Tho quantity self that ho has forced McCreary to exported In tho month ot October, conio out with a definite platform, so lfll, was 15,911,833 pounds valued that tho now administration Is pledg- at $533,997, and tho Imports for tho ed In advanco to somo measures for same month aggregated 1.2S6.877 lbs. public benefit. A fair districting ot valued at 118,284. tho stato Is not ono ot them, how ever. WORTH A DOLLAR? WUIson, tho retiring governor, has "Yes, slr-e- e, Tho Cltlren is worth a right to great Bausiaciion in hav- a dollar a month." That Is what ono ing carried tho state through a tryman said In our hearing last week. ing period, and brought it to a better Just look through this ono number position In tho sisterhood of states its news, ita pictures, its story, Its than has been occupied since tho poetry. Its advertisements. Its helps (civil war. for housowlfo, farmer and teacher. Wo wish Governor McCreary, health And "watch out'' for tho speech happiness, and strength to llvo up by Geo. W. Cablo next week. to his platform and to Improve up "Yes, slr-eits worth a dollar a on month." d J e, ' it 1 m .1V.T THE CITIZEN. DectMberl4,1911 dusky potentates were rsplndant In the magnificent Jewels for which tbey have long been famous. Indeed such a display of precious atones never before was seen In modern times. The The Citizen A family PEONAGE ADOPT NEW PLAN OF DISCIPLINE IS CHARGED newspaper for all thai la right true and Intercitlng. Against Contractor Negroes Said to Have Been Whipped and Shot When Attempting Eaeap. DURBAR AT DELHI 200 ENTOMBED TENNESSEE MINE BLASTS AND FIRE WHICH FOL-LOMAKE SUCCESSFUL RESCUE ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE. PublUhfd vry Thursday at Borr. Kf, BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Incorporated) P. Faulkner, Editor ana Manager. Subscription Rates Ona Ptz Months Tare Months a d yr TATADLB IN ADVANCE. , ... ...... tl.O M M or Express 8n3 mon7 by Pot-)tncMoney Order, Dmft, Letter, or n and two cent stamps. J Tbe date otter your name on howl to what data your utwertpti on Is paid. If it Is not cftuuurol within three us. Mrti after retnewal notify(bully supplied MJaatns numbers win bo at w era notMed. Pine premiums cheap, with ivw subscriptions tuid prompt renewals. Send for Prsmlum LUt. Liberal terms given to enr on who obtain new subscriptions for us. Any one endln us four yeuiy aubacrlpUom can rwoeivw The ClUien free for bitnaelf for net year. AdverUsfrur rvte on appUcatloa. Wib-r- m BiuxER or KENTUCKY PRESS AflaOCTATIOtf. If China develops a republic It will liavc to reform Its ipolllog ncd adopt civilized letters. Somo of these days n cold wao will romo along tbnt will live up 10 the advertisement. Pittsburgh Is now legally entitled to the h. If It will make Pittsburgh any tetter let us all be Joyful. The coal sellers and the clothiers are plaf?lly Betting Into the good graces of tb! leather man. The commercial travelers ore planning an abridgement of hotul tips and are Inuring themselves to hard looks. China was 2,000 years in waking up. but after sho got her eyes open she eertalnly did show energy and speed. New York's budget for 1912 will bo The city should be able to buy a lot of government for all that money. J1S7.200.000 of the 1912 team next February. President Henry S, Barker and Vice President James (3. White have both heartily indorsed the movement, which has been under consideration by the students for the past year. Thomas Karl, president of the senior class, presided at the meeting, and the constitution, which will form the basis of the new system, was read oy N. U. Rochester, chairman of the committee which had been selected to prepare It. The principal clauses of the constitution, which embody the objects of the system, are as follows: To create a sentiment against all forms of dishonesty in the institution; to report tp the executive committee all dishonorable conduct of any student in the Institution; to create a sentiment against all forms of cheating on tests and examinations by reporting same to the executive committee; to enforce all laws of the university that tend to uplift morally the student body. FAMILY DOC MuTHERS A PIG. London. Indictments were returned here by the federal grand Jury against nine men, rallrond contractors, for the UNIVERSITY-COMMITTE- E AT THE STATE alleged crime of peonage, said to hate Splendor of Ceremony Never BeTO PUNISH been committed by these men In buildDELINQUENTS. ing n branch road for the Stearns fore Equalled In India. e Lumber Co., on tho Kentucky & railroad, near Stearns, Ky. STUDENT RULE SATISFACTORY Those Indicted are; Allen M. Cook, GREAT DISPLAY OF JEWELS Mcrrltt n. Kvans, 8cott Keeton, Pitney Phillips, Charles Gardner, Joseph To Create t Sentiment Against All U, Klllot, Perry Dlrd, Charles Flynn en ImpeIn Forma of Dishonesty and Maxlne Lewis. They are Indicted George and Mary, Seated rial Thrones of Hindustan, the Institution la In fifty-sicounts and charged with Wltneaa a Wonderful the Plan. holding a large number of colored peoPageant. ple In a state of Involuntary slavery. Lexington. lly a vote of 368 to 1S3 The Indictment also charges that the studontn of Kentucky State Uni- when they attempted to escape, they Delhi, India, Dec. 12. Amid scenes versity In a mass meeting ndopted the were pursued, brought back, whipped of splendor never before- equalled system, by which all questions and In some cases shot. Judge Coch- even In India, the country of marvelhonor affecting college life are to be settled ran has called a special term of tho ous pageants, nor In any other land organization, of federal court, to convene at London. In modern times, George and Mary, by a which all students of the university Monday, February 5, 1912, to try these are uiemburs, and of which the funda- cases alone. There are a large nummental principle Is that the students ber of witnesses, and It Is estimated shall be put upon their honor to obey that It will take from ten days to two the regulations. Trials and penalties weeks to complete the trials. are prescribed for violations. The system is to go Into effect on the opening GARRARD COUNTY "HEAVIES." Tep-nesse-- MOST GORGEOUS rajahs, after making their obeles-ancegrouped themselves about tho throne, where alto stood the governors ot the Asiatic colonics of the crown, other distinguished government officials and Invited guosts. Quttn Wear the Kohlnoor. r The king was crowned at Westminster, so he look his throno already wearing a crown that had been made especially for this occasion, garbed In the royal robes ot state, wearing tho state jewels and carrying the scepter. By hla sldo tat Queen Mary, on her brow tho crown that was mado for her coronation and In the front of which biased the great supKohlnoor, tho Indian diamond posed to bring good fortune It worn by a woman. Her Jewels were even more magnificent than those ahe wore at tho coronation at Westminster, among her new ornaments being a s, GOVERNMENT GIVES QUICK AID Explosion of Dust Chokes the Shafts and Wreeka the Entire Workings-Vict- ims Believed to Be Miles Into .. Depths of the Mine. A muffled roar ft pillar of flame a,l the mouth of tho Crois Mountain coal tulno of tho Knoxvlllo Iron Co., and 207 men were Imprlsond, dead or nllve, over a mile deep In the bowels of the mountain. An explosion of "dust" shortly nftcr the miners bad ilec-ened .'or their day's work at 7:30 o'clock was rcxponxlble tor the disaster, Large Body of Inauguration. Will d Lancaster. Three hundred or more of Garrard's citizens are making ar rangements to attend the Inauguration of Gov. McCreary on December 12. I) C Sanders is recruiting what he terms the ".McCreary Heavies," a company to be composed of fifty men, not one of whom will weigh under 200 pounds. Hepresentative-elec- t John Farra hope to get a special coach to go through to Frankfort. Lincoln county will also send a largi delegation to be known as a Marcbln club. The Interior Journnl will print ribbon badges with "Lincoln Cotin'y Democracy, 291 Majority for Mc Creary.'' n big black letters for the local Democrats to wear In the"gr't parade. STATE ELEVEN'S NEW CAPTAIN LaaaaalMmnfJJ!'' RJSBMEeEBSBB jfaaan-ffBB- a NfussaiaaaaauaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH Brlcevllle, Tenn. Seven deal men were discovered sitting upright In a train of mlno ears In Cross Kntry No. 24, twq miles from tho mouth of the Cross .Mountain mine. Klght turn and mangled bodies were also removed. Nearly 200 men remain, alive or dead, to spur the force of heroes to further efforts. Hope ot finding any of th victims ot the explosion nllve has utmost entirely departed. Kveti the sorrow, stricken families, keeping a lonely vigil beside the mouth of the tomb tit their loved ones, nro despairing. The bodies ot the victims taken out clearly showed that the force of the explosion must havo been terrific, as they were battered ns If hurled against tho roof or sides of the working- Tolling Without Food. For more than 3C hours every surviving miner In this region had tolled with no thought of food, sleep or pny to rmove the debris nnd forco fresh air Into the Innneriuost rcccRe of the mine. ny migrating from one summer re sort to another a Los Angeles woman claims to have scored 212 offers of marriage. The approach of winter has ls drawbacks. Including early Christ mas shopping 'and the meeting of congress. A lost diamonds? "The d youny actor has married a wld ow said to be worth $16,000,000. How did he do It milk baths, divorce or country girl Is a myth." says Dr. Woods Hutchinson. Regarding the city girl be said nothing. Philadelphia's new popular song la entitled "Bending Over Bender's Headers." ever. A It la not In New York. popular, bow- - apple eaters In this country have 30,000,000 barrels of apples to cul this year, and every man Is expected to do hla duty. A "telephone snipe" is a man who habitually uses some other man's telephone at no other expense to him-tl- f than a "thank you." He flourishes, perhaps, because he Is not a same bird. close calculation shows that Lexington. William Coleman Harrl son. of Shelbyvlllc. who was the stni tackle of the State university football Unusual Occurrence Noted With Inter- team this season, was choicn by his est at Georgetown. teammates captain of tho team for 1912, his election being unanimous and Georgetown. The scientists In this bis nomination without opposition, section are "sitting up and taking no- Harrison became a member of the tice" of some very peculiar circum- team in 1910. He Is one of the most stances recently brought to light. Mrs. popular students at the university and Colby T. Jenkins, a lover of pets, bail besides being a star In football la also had an unusual one thrust upon her in one of the best basketball players at - the university. Although Harrison fill an uncommon manner. In season Mr. Jenkins, a graduate from tho college of agricul wealthy farmer, found that a Berk- ture next June he ;wlll return for a shire sow had been killed, leaving be- post graduate course, and as ho has hind her two tiny pigs. These lie been only two years on the football promptly brought to his wife, wonder- team he will bo eligible to play In all ing how to provide for them. gatnes. Mrs. Jenkins had successfully raised colts, calves and even pet rabbits o;i TEACHERS IN CONVENTION. milk administered through bottles, and served via nipples, and her hus- Conferences In Progress At Marlon band felt that she could surely help and Hopklnsvllle. him out of this dilemma. The pigs were put under an outbuildMarlon. The First District Teaching while the thrifty housekeeper was ers' association met In annual session trying "to And a way, when, to their here. The local teachers and citizens utter amazement, they, discovered that are lending their assistance to wet the family dog, who had a litter of come the strangers and make them pups, had already solved the problem feel at home. Nearly 600 teachers arfor them. She was fostering one of rived on a special train, and homes the sucklings, the other one dying. were obtained for all of tbetn. Superintendent James U. Snyder and Miss EDITOR FOR CLERK OF SENATE. Margaret Moore, of the Marlon city L. C. aaavBaaajiy The Great Durbar Procssslon. beautiful lotus flower of diamonds. She was garbed In the white and gold embroidered rnbe worn at the coronation. Close beside the Imperial thrones when the twenty-fou- r state trumpet-er- a with their silver trumpets heralded the durbar were, of course. Lord Hardlnge, viceroy of India, and Lady Hardinge. Most spectacular was the grand re view of troops, about 90,000 In numMost of these were native ber. troops, and they were garbed In the most gorgeous uniforms In the world. The rajahs and other native princes present brought their own elephants, the alio ot the animal depending on the rank of Its owner, and the huge brutes with their magnificent how dabs and other trappings added Llttrell, Editbr Owenton crat, a Likely Candidate. Leslie C. Demo- Frankfort. Fire fans men who always run aft-- r the fire apparatus have formed an organization. Xeit'should come a society of men who stand for hours watching workmen excavate for a new building. Having paid $35 for a machine guaranteed to make perfectly good greenbacks out of blank paper, a St. Louis GIRL MYSTERIOU8LY KILLED. man was Indignant at the outcome, or the kind that are born lie 1b one Rockport. Lying on tho floor In a every minute. pool of blood with a shotgun by her side, Gertrude Klrby, the daughter of The bridegroom who had bis wed- a coal miner at Williams, was found ding trousers niched on bla way to by neighbors, who were attracted lb? nuptials ran console himself with there by the shot that ended the girl's the thought that the wife Is now pre- life. A jagged wound In the girl's vented from wearing them. breast told Us own story. Tho death of Miss Klrby created a sensation lu women want the marriage tho little town, where she was well IJoston amended. The changes that known. No clue has been obtained to tbey are In favor of are not mention- the one who fired the fatal shot, but ed, but it la safe to presume that tbey the police are working on the case. want to uroend It In their favor. An eastern suffragette, defending trousers for women, suggests two auita of clothes a year as sensible. The old man probably would Ilka to see a proportionate reduction In hats. nomination of state superintendent cf public Instruction at the last Democratic primary. He also served In the last house of representatives, und has had the necessary experience In public life to makeblm one of the strongest avaliable'candldates for clerk nf tho senate. of the Owenton Democrat, is a candidate for clerk of the state senate at the coming session of the general assembly. Mr. Llttrell has been county superintendent of Owen county public schools and was a candidate for the Llttrell, editor king and queen of Great Britain, were recognized today aa emperor and empress of India. Up to their thrones marched the proudest chiefs of Hindustan and there did homage. The ceremony was without precedent, tor never before has a Hrltijh emperor ot India come to Delhi, the ancient seat of the king ot India, to assume hla title. The Durbar, for which elab orate preparatlnna had. been un der way for months, took place In a great camp to the north of the city, five miles square. The temposvtools. met the teachers' special at aomo population rary ot this camp Is about -. Paducah. a quarter of a million, and It Is furWILL SEVELOP COAL PROPERTY. nished with all tbo conveniences ot modern life. Including 31 post offices, Whltesburg. The Kentucky Hirer ten telegraph offices and even elecConsolidated Coal Co.. composed of tric . light, railways, motor cars and There the people gathered eastern capitalistic, owning some 60,000 acres of choice coal and timber lands In Southern Letcher and Perry counties, along the line of the Lexington & Eastern railroad, make tho announcement that they will soon take 'steps looking (o the development oi their property. Hundreds of men will be employed. It will be necessary to balld home spurs of railroad out from the L. & K. to leacii tho property taxi-cabs- They practically had penetrated to tho inalti etitry head, noarly threo miles In. They expect to be ready soon to work tho crons entries. In which the great mass of bodies were caught by tho force of the blasL Black damp developed and stopped progress for n time, but soon the silent forco pushed dnuntlessly on, some of them till they were carried out overcome by the noxious gases. Thousands of the morbidly curious flocked Into Hrlcrvlllo and crowded about the main entry of the mine. Tbey saw nothing but the pitiable grief of the stricken families. Every Family Affected, There Is hardly a family In the- entire Coal Creek Valley that has not felt tho touch of death. Tho problem of raring for widows and orphans will be a grave one, requiring Immediate Certainly Brlcevlllo will bn solution. unable to care for her living with most of her wage earners numbered anions the dead. Food la scarce, but plentiful supplies are promised from Kuoxvllle. So far there haa been little physical suffering among families of those who lost their lives. It has been Impossible to set any authentic figures on the exact number of men In tho mine when the slon occurred. Mine officers have given out no statement and It has been Impossible to get any check on tho men who went to tho work of rescuing. Work of Rescue Slow. Work of rescue moved slowly partly - lawsW . BIBLE IN EVERY HOME. Maysvllle. The Mason county auxiliary of the American Bible society will hold Its annual meeting at the First Presbyterian church on Sunday, lecause most ot the- entombed miners ure believed to be two miles from the opening und because of deadly blue): damp. The latter caused all work to bo stopped for a time, but It was resumed later. Klectrical devices for moving rats In the workings were shattered by the explosion and debris cleared awuy lu tho tunnels Is being hauled by mule, cars to tho surface. Mlno exH-rsaid It would bo days before each lateral had been penetrated, and stated when - all bodies would guesswork. 5bbbbbsbbbb6S!5bbbIbbbM tho laterals that tho most bodies' nro expected to be It Is in lo found was bit) December 10. The report of the secretary will show a copy of the Bible had been placed In every home whers they would accept It. SUNDAY-SCHOO- B3HHEassaul 'lSK9mJtolStSiA aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBafBBBBaMrTUBB WORKERS. their constitutional right for the pursuit of happiness on a practical working basis. new standard of marital happl-net- s haa been established by a Chicago couple who revised the usual promises. The husband agrees to give bla wife all bis earnings and to allow her to be boss of the family, while she promises to lut n.m buy bla own cigars and to feed him well. The promises are not romantic nor even picturesque, but this couple are proving A Lutber Burbank baa turned out a thornless blackberry bush. The completion of the square pea la the utility Jltat la eagerly await!. of tho Madison county Sunday-schoolmet here December 4 and G. President J. G. Crabbe planned ui Interesting program for tr.e occasion. General LEBUS BUY8 FARM. Secretary Joplln, of Louisville, and A deed to the Clalborn W, J. Vaughn, field agent, made adLexington. acres, which was pur dresses. farm of 347 chased from J, K. Newman, of New VERDICT FOR CROFT. Orleans, by Clarence Lebus, In October, waB filed with the county clerk. Marlon. The suit of H. II. Williams The farm Is Ave miles from Lexing ton and the consideration was $45,001. against I II. Croft for $30,000 damThis Is the third tract of land acquired ages which has been on trial hero all by Lebus In Fayette county. He also week, resulted In a verdict In favor ol owns about COO acres In Harrison Croft, who was represented by Congressman Ollle M. James and Alton county. neya Blue and Nunn. TO BE HORSE CENTER OF U. 8. MCCREARY'S HOME COUNTY. I.exlngton.-r- lt was reported here Arrangements have bses Richmond. that a number of eastern millionaires have formed a syndicate which will completed for a delegation of more buy sotftral great farms near Lexing- than J.000 persons from this count ton and will transform them Into trot-tin- to attend the Inauguration ot Gov. Mo larms, making Lexington the Creory ou December 12. The dtVfga trotting biikH ceuter of the United tton will march ar a bwly In Of s p nichinond. The annual convention found. At least 10,000 persons have visited this hamlet and willing workers were many. Georgo V. Chanler, president ot the Tennessee, Coal Co., Is lucluirgo ot tho f work. Ho divided the men Into gangs ot SO nnd sent .each shift into th workings for hours. Kven when tho air In tho mlno was at Its best they could not work long In Ihero "Billy the Kid" Arrested Abroad. Baltimore. Md. Will Burke. uIIhh "Billy tho Kid," one ot the most famous bank sneak thieves In the world, und who attempted to rob tho vault or the Baltimore Savings bank on September 9, 1881, Is under arrest 1c Stockholm, Sweden, according to letters from the Swedish police to Marshal Fa man. IssaaBafBaaanaa Native Prlncta on Blick Chargers. for the durbar have been amusing themselves for several day a with polo, hockey and military tournaments and other festivities. Display of Jtwala la Wondsrful. The durbar proper took place In amphithein Immense ater on the historic ridge where a few Englishmen once made a heroic atand agalnat the revolting natlvea. was In the center ot the a throne of gold and sliver surmount Taking bis ed by a copper dome. seat on this, George received the hom age ot the rulers ot the "dim mil lions" ot hla subjects, abou 150 prlncta of Hindustan. These (eml-clrcula- r seml-clrclrul-sag much acene. to the oriental aplendor of the Mtu rule. Presents for Indian Subjects. The king and queen brought from England a vast number of presents for their Indian subjects, Including a thousand plum puddings made In the Buckingham, palace kitchens, and a great number of rich cakes, York bams and Stlltca cheeses. Then there ar rolls ot English linen, plies of Buckinghamshire, honiton and point laces. Illustrated books, fancy leather goods, atlverware of all kinds, British alike and vtlvets, pictures and photograph and a great variety of other articles. Suspends Rule Against Xmas Stals. Washington. Postmaster General Hitchcock lias suspended until January 1 the postal regulation forbidding the transmission through the malls of matter bearing upon the address side Ited Cross Christmas seals or other charity stamps. This suspension was caused by protests from business men and bankers, through the lied. Cross, that Importune business mall hnd beta delayed with serious consequence. From now mull January 1 the Christmas keals may be placed anywhere ou letters vi pftcksita, if- - December 14, 1911 THE CITIZEN. Pe Three an open Bible. The open Bible has gone Into Chlnn, and she Is at this moment giving birth to a new republic. Laboring men, once but beasts of burden, under the Influence of an open Bible, have ceased to be beads of burden and have come to be men. The book. Bible is also a It revolntlonlzes the lives of both nations and men. When Titus took Jerusalem, 1,100,000 ot the Jewish people were put to the sword, many thousands were sold Into slavery, and thousands wero Bold to make sport by being butchered or torn Into pieces In tho arena. When America took Cuba and tho Philippines she banished yellow fever from tho Island and a republic for tho people, and in one ship she sent 600 teachers to the Philippines. Certainly a marvelous transformation. And It Is also true of tho individual; no man can habitually read the book with a roverent spirit without becoming a nobler, a truer and a better man. Is the Bible the word of God? Have the civilizations of earth ever produced a book that could compare with it; has any other hook ever exercised such an influence over the nations ot earth; has any other book ever transformed the lives of men as the Bible has; Is any other book a living book and Indestructible as the Bible is? If this book Is a book the ot like ot which the civilizations earth have not and cannot produce, then it was not produced by man alone, and thereforo It must be the word of God, given In earthen vessels, to be sure, but the word of God. and defeated Russia, a land without MISTLETOE GENEVIEVE C The Word ff God Dy Rv. Barry B. Hall, Pastor of Tatnpla Baptist Church, Min-: -l neapolis, Minnesota, W Bible ATTITUDE OF MEDICAL MEN HA-ZELWG- ever, at you wero God's first temples" la found in oa high the arches and vaulted roofa of Gothic prlcit or priestess church architecture, revered tokens of In the osculatory tho bending arches of Intertwined rites of yulctlde, boughs. The Yuletldo custom of deckdid you ever won- ing our churches and our homes with der what tradition, boughs, wreaths and garlands finds its myth or superstl-tlo- antoccdcnco In heathen sanctuaries. The spirit of Christmas Is most bad conferred upon you such de- tnagnnnlmously manifested In York, lectable privilege? England, where they carry mistletoe goddess and you erer boughs to tho high altar of tho cathe- "Hang up Love's mistletoe over the Did earth. atop. In your dral and proclaim "a public and uniceremonial, to versal liberty, pardon and freedom to And let us kiss under It all the year round." consider that you were perpetuating; all sorts of Inferior and wicked peoone of tho nioit hallowed and exalted ple." They suspend It under tho chanof religious ordinances handed down cel arch and bear It to the city gates, DISTRIBUTING CHRI8TMA8 GIFTS. through tho ages In rendering auch toward tho four quarters of heaven. In the varied nomenclature of the tender homage to this "orphan plant Last year wo bougbt a large. Hat word "mistletoe," according to the na- clothes basket, draped It with white of wondrous birth 7 And would It not surprise you to tionalities concerned, do wo discover cheese cloth, and trimmed It with learn that our very word "marry," the magical virtues with which the holly, and then Oiled it with our and that our most Impassioned of the weird plant la Invested. Dr. Johnson Christmas packages for the family. saya the word Is derived from mistlon, graces of Terpsichore tho waits Wo went into tho room one at a are traditionally enmeshed la the can- stnto of being mingled, tod or toe tlmo and deposited our gifts, and when mis- bush. In German It Is mlstel, mixed, the pile was completed, spread a large ny tendrils of tho pearly-berrieand Saxon tan (Danish tiene, Dutch sheot of holly crepe paper on top. tletoe? The mistletoe is a freak plant, a teene), twig, sprig. In Armorlcan, We sat around tho dining room parasite or excrescence. In Its em- Welsh and Irish it Is all yacb, or Its table with tho basket In the center; bryonic period It is said to defy the equivalent for all heal; and Pliny and the youngest member of tho famlaws of gravitation by pushing Its calla It omnia sanans, a term of simi- ily took the gifts from the basket. radicles In the opposite direction to lar import. Only one package was presented at a In upper Germany on Christmas tlmo and the recipient opened it and the generality of plants. Not only its grow In cluster! morning tbey go about knocking on all saw and admired it before passing berries but Its leaves each other's doors, shouting "Gut byL" on to the next. of three united on one stock, bene Its sacred place In religious rites as the synonym for the Druid name. In Wo bad original verses and apt quoIirlttany it is the herb do la Croix, a symbol of the Holy Trinity. tations written on many of the bunIt was believed by the Druids and which heals fevers and gives strength dles which tho distributor read aloud other ancient sects In northern and for wrestling. At the tlmo of George and alt enjoyed the tun. Housewestern Europe that any tree to I. It was called lignum aancta crucls keeper. which tho mistletoe attaches itself Is wood of tho holy cross so highly properties esby God himself for special wero Its medicinal selected One Kind of Emptiness. favor, and that all that grows on it la teemed. Two hunter bad "beaten" the trail Hung about tho neck it renders sent direct from heaven. It is used in along the marshes or Long Island for Contrary to the general belief, it is wltcbos powerless. unusually small found more raroly on the oak tree houses to drive out evil spirits. It Is tbreo daya with an supply had on tho apple, ash, elm. poplar, an amulet against poisons, and the in- bag, resulting. The food than of scheduled willow and hawthorn, and It is due to habitants of Elgin and Moray keep It run out much ahead as charms. Throughout Britannia It' tlmo; far worso, tho "liquid ammunithis scarcity that It waa rested with exceptional reverence when discovered had a place assigned to it in every tion" had been exhausted in the early clinging to the sacred tree of the kitchen, and a young man waa deem- stages of the hunt. After following the coast vainly for Druids n name derived from the ed to have the right to kiss any lassie Greek word drus, or druce, meaning caught beneath tho cherished branch, three hours, looking for some sign of plucking off a berry with each kiss. habitation, they spied an empty house an oak. Says rilny: "When It (mistletoe It a maid were not kissed under the on tho beach. "Go In and look it over, QUI' said growing upon an oak) la discovered It mistletoe It was a sign that she would not marry during the ensuing year, a one. Is treated with great ceremony. Tbey He did so, returning In a moment still prevailing. Mr. called It by a name (guthll, or gutheyl tradition availed himself of Evenpleas-a- empty-handetho good heal), which In their language Pickwick "Anything In there?" asked his privilege despite his Insignifies the curer of all Ills." After companion, expectantly. they have well and duly prepared junction. To dream of mlstletoo pre"Nope," replied his running mate, language of sages wealth, and in their festival cheor under tho tree, flowers it signifies: thesurmount all with a profound sigh "nothing but I tbey bring hither a cow difficulties. two empty bottles full of water." and H bullock, hitherto unyoked; then The Cymric. Celtic. Gactlc, Teutonto Everybody's Magazine. the priests in white vesturo climb Into the tree and prune off the sacred herb with a gold hook, bill or sickle, the branchea falling beneath Into a white sagum sheet. They must never touch tho ground. The common people remain at a dlstanco, formed In a circle, while the priests approach with trembling awo the bloody victims, which were carried nround thu omen fire. After this tho animals are slaughtered as a sacrifice doubtless to tho goddess of fecundity, for tho mistletoe Is EAIVT of the World, beat strongly m n symbol of tho prolific. Is the season of hope; In the myths of all nations we find the doubts that havo a "holy tree," a "world tree." Among wrongly tho Druids, as well as among other life's general scope. creeds, this tree was the oak; and It tho snow germs are stirring. it a very Interesting thing to know Fruits of tho summer long flown; that our word church from kirk Life has one purpose unerring: finds Its root In quervus. tho goncrlc Rlp'nlng tho seeds that aro sown. name for tho oak. This tree waa cherished aa the mother nnd nurse of Heart of tho World, boat gajly man, and was supposed to ho the This Is tho soason ot mirth, dwelling plnco of tho This is tho season when dally god. Tho ominous rustling of the Joy Is renewed in tho earth. leaves and tho mysterious notes of Shocked aro tho looms and the spindles, the feathered songsters signalized the While through the sllonco thore rings presenco of tho divinity to the aweLaughter ot children that kindles struck votaries who consulted the InEchoes In heavenly things. dwelling oracle, burning odoriferous Heart ot the World, beat kindly fumes In homage. The Dodonoan This Is tho season ot love; oak nnd Its oraclo nro celebrated In Men, tho' tbey tsecm to gropo blindly, epic, myth nnd story, Its mystic rl(na) Follow tho dictates thereof. being zealously perpetuated by the Learn from tha ages this lesson Druids. They danced circular dances Lqvo Is the treasury's key In consecrated groves, and tho remThey will thy labor bless tbeo and thy neighbor, nants of an old chant still preserved And life bo as deep aa tho sea. by tho Celta Hey Derry Down Dey, Harper's Weokly. "In a circle the oak moves around" reveala the arcbtypo of our modern ID you officiated n and Nora traditions all emphasize the exorcising, as well an the amatory propensities of the waxen spray. Tho Scandinavians have It consecrated to Freya, or Fteyja "from whom flows every blessing, the winning smile, the melting kiss." She is the Venus of tho Norse pantheon, the goddess of love, of peace, Joy, laughter, fruitful-nets- , bringing Increaao "to Held and stall." and alsa the tutelary deity presiding over nuptials and child birth. A popular myth relates how Daldur, the wisest and noblest of the gods. Is a victim of tho Inveterate hatred of Lokl, tho Satan of tho Eddas. The demon la bent on the destruction of good god, so he and the his emissaries begin their persecutions by throwing missiles of all descriptions at naldur, all of which prove harmless, since the deity Is under the protection of his mother, Frey-Ja- . In desperation Lokl, disguised as an old woman, Is admitted to the celestial abode of Freyja, who Innocently betrays tho fact that all things had taken an oath to protect Daldur excepting tho mistletoe, which, being n parasite, wns too fecblo to harm. In socret Joy the demon hastens back to Ilnldur. on the way fashioning an arrow of mistletoe, which soon pierces the heart of the divinity. After a sojourn In Hell or Hndes tho peaceful abode of the dead, tho Saviour Is restored to life, and on his resurrection he consecrates tho mlstletoo to Freyja nil of which enshrouds divine truths In Image and symbol. Astrologlcally Venue governs the mistletoe, as well as the Hps, and all the tender demonstrations of Love, so let us ever propitiate the benignant Use of Alcohol for Medicinal Purpose Rapidly Diminishing, Does Not All that comes from God must bo perfect, complete. No so. Both the world and man camo from God, and neither Is perfect or complete. So the Bible camo from God, although parts of It are crudn and Imperfect. The Bible, like all othor things, Is the result ot development and growth. The patriarchs were In God's school and their ethical code was not completed until Christ came and fulfilled (completed) It Certainly an ethical code allowing polygamy and 'an eye tor an eye and a tooth for a tooth,' Is crude Stimulate Heart. Dr. Richard C. Cabot contributes the following explanation as to tbo pres- ent day attitude ot physicians towards alcohol: Is and Imperfect. Out alnce Jesus completed that code no man has Seen ablo either to add to or take from It It Is the only code ot ethics man has ever known that stands unchanged and unchangeable throughout the ages. There aro but two things In the visible world that do not die an Immortal soul and God's word. The Bible Is a living thing. The spirit ot secession Is dead, but the spirit of union still lives. So all other ethical codes aro cither dead or dying, but the words of Jesus, which are Increasingly exercising a greater Influence over tho destiny of both men and nations. Unlike all other books, It never becomes obsolete. All other books but the Dlblo which are a few hundred years old aro obsolcto and out ot date. Tho Bible never grows old; It never dies. It Is a living, growing thing. It grows nr-de-nt d Wanted A Great Motive. Lack of definite moral purpose on tho part ot many of Its professors hinders the progress ot tho cause of Christ. Tho man who, like Gehai.1, is forced to say of himself, 'Thy servant went no whither," is a drawback to any association, church or otherwise, with which ho is connected. A Frenchwoman once sold: "I begin to on one; the rereading ot familiar write because 1 havo nothing to do; 1 gives now light and Impresses finish because I have nothing to say." one with the gTeatncss ot the book. Mnny people, if they wero frank, Tbo. moro ono studies it with a rever- would mako a similar confession ent spirit the more its greatness they begin Eomo task- because they looms up before him, and as bis capa- see no thing particular to do In any city to see more truth grows, the other direction, and they quickly demoro truth he finds in the word. Ev- sist because their resources of imery combination of social conditions agination and zeal run out What Is nly draws out of the Word new truth needed In American society is an admd moro light dition to the incentives of life. AmerAll other books flourish best in tho icans need to get a great motive language In which they were written, which will prove to be tho principle In their busy, often fussy but tho Bible flows freely into all molds and lends itself with freedom life and that motlvo Is to bo found !o every languago and dialect It alone in tho service of Jesus the Christ. Zlon's Herald. ilone Is adapted to all classes and of people. It is a discoverer , Christ's Words. at the human heart and reveals all men to themsolves. It reveals to all There Is a strange quality about races of men their motives, needs and words ot Christ that belongs to no ilns. An educated Hindu, on hearing other, words that ever wero spoken. i passage read from the word, said, They arrest the attention, tbey penethey abide In the " trate the heart, 'That Book exactly describes us memory as no other words do. They Tho Bible Is Indestructible, It sur- carry with them an authority that is vives all attempta to destroy it Yet lndescrlble, a finality that hushes arThey are living words. It Is hated as no other book because it gument :cndemns man and claims authority Planted in the heart thoy constantly iver him. Rome tried to burn It and exercise a restraining and transformtome of the greatest scholars ot all ing power. Issuing from the lips they the aged have tried to destroy It, but seem to bear with them the balms of both alike miserably tailed. Thomas paradise. Read in hours of sorrow or Paine thought his "Age of Reason" despondency they revive hope and would put the Bible out of print In dissolve doubts and tears. What wonIfty years, and thousands thought der that Mary sat at his feet to listen that Darwin's "Descent ot Man" bad and that the officers sent to arrest, pas-lag- es con-lltloIndl-ins.- . "The use of alcohol as a modlclne steadily and rapidly diminishing. It is true that the use of all drugs has also fallen off considerably, but this change is more striking aa regards alcohol. There are three main purposes for which alcohol has beon used as medicine: (1) As a quick stimulant for taint ing, exhaustion, and extremo cold. This .service doctors now generally agreo Is better performed by' hot cof-tohot tea or hot soup. The heat Is the main thing. (2) As a support to the heart In heart disease and In fevers. Here the use ot alcohol still continues, but it Is constantly and steadily diminishing. becauso research has shown that It does not stimulate a bad or good heart action, as was formerly supposed. Some physicians bellevo that alcohol helps the patient in his fight against tho germs, but tho weight of opinion is against this. By most physicians alcohol is still occasionally used In fevers and In diabetes for a purpose still to be mentioned. (3) As a food. Though alcohol Is undoubtedly a poison to tho nervous system this harmful effect Is neutral ized in some cases of illness by the fact that It does supply fuel and energy to tho body. When other foods are rejected (wholly or In part) by the stomach or when, as In diabetes. certain common foods cease to bene- -' fit the body, alcohol may bo valuable. but this Is comparatively raro." In a recent article In the Boston Medical and Surgical Journal Dr. Cabot contributed some Interesting figures showing the diminished use ot alcohol in the Massachusetts General hospital. The figures, showing also diminished use of other drugs as well, havo been arranged In both tabular and chart form and used as an exhibit at the Boston "1915" exposl-tloo, In 1898 the hospital expended a total tor alcohol drinks of $2,322, or 46 cents per patient These figures wero Increated the following year to $3,002, or 57 centB per patient. Since that time thore has been a steady de crease, and In 1907 the total cost ot alcoholic stimulants used was but $813, or 13 cents per patient Dur ing the same period the cost of other medicines administered also de creased, not becauso of lessened prices for drugs, but because fewer medicines of any sort are now administered. EFFECT OF SMALL QUANTITY nt d reported, were deceived. Darwin really "Never man spake llko this man." nothing new, for both Moses They are a comfort, a Joy, and deind Chris, were TbeUtlc evoluntlon-!sts- . fence to all who heed them. Evolution does not destroy the Live In the Spirit. Idea of a Creator; it only gives the Creator's method ot creation. The Inner life, the life of tho spirit, Tho Bible stands unapproached as and the outer lite ot action, of conbook. It awakens dead duct, continually act and react on i aatlons and gives them sew life. each other. The Inner life cannot conChristian nations, since the Bible was tinue to exist when the outer life beopened In the sixteenth century, havo comes Inconsistent; and the power become rcspdnslblo for all the world's of the outer llfo Is dependent upon the idvancement In science, literature, in- spiritual vitality of the inner. Tho eat-ln- g ot the hidden mnnna Is both the and discovery. vention, commerce vVhen the open Bible came into Japan secret and the reward of victory. ihe awoke, received new life, arose They that live In God live for him. lestroyed It at one stroke, but they returning empty-handed- , Backbone of Contention That Moder ate Drinking Is Harmless Has Been Thoroughly Broken. llfc-glvl- milk-whit- e w DThla Paul told the Roman Christians that they wore to present their bodies a 'living sacrifice" unto tho Lord. Many of the early Christians courted tho prlvllego ot martrydom, and even ran undue risks in order to suffer under iuch a condemnation at tho bands ot tho pagan power; but It is harder, and for some reasons moro praiseto llvo ns a confessor of worthy Christ to put one's martrydom. Into habitual practice nnd constant exercise. Tho small fidelities as well as the great occasions of llfo afford a severe test of tho reality and practicability of a man's religious profession. Facial Beauty. Yet this "living sacrifice" which all One In every two women wo seo In aro called upon to make is believers paints her cheaks to get but their "reasonable service" which New York who has so suffered for face beauty. This Is not so generally the redeemer truo In other sections of tho country, them has a full right to demand. but Now York sets the paco for tbo Let us rouse the church ot God by on tho light of knowledge, so ;hat all good men may unite In ways and means for saving tho Misguided and degraded at our own loors, Instead ot expending our time. de-Isl- Our Reasonable Service. The backbone of tho contention that moderate drinking is harmless has been now so thoroughly broken that physicians do not hesitate to express unequivocal convictions upon the subject Thus Dr. A. W. Ives, In tho Detroit Medical Journal, says: 'It is not pretended that thore are in these cases (moderate users) pathologic changes duo to alcohol, but even where thero la as yet no such demonstrable change, there Is a dis turbance In the cranial circulation and a drug effect causing defective cer ot power; will ebration, loss power to ot the thin, money and energy In trying to convert loss up to one's normal; there Vs heathen in foreign lands. and Judgo the a reduction ot Intellect There gen Rev. F. W. Miller. Unlversallst erally Is, howover, increased .gullibil Woodlawn, IlL ity, loquacity, and a inability to Judgo of Just the impresSentimental Christians. sion ono is creating, of the kind of an I bellevo the church should take an exhibition one Is making of himself. political, social, A drug that can bring a brain's funcactive Interest In the business and Intellectual life ot the tion to the point of coma cannot, even I'm tired ot hearing people In mild doses, add anything to tho nation. say: "I'm not ot tho cares of this power of that brnln. .. world I I'm a citizen ot another "It Is tho most subtle and God keep such sentimental world." It tends to of all poisons. Christians out of my flock. Rev. L. shorten life. . . Its Influences aro Houghton, Baptist, Atlanta. C. strongly hereditary." ... TOPERS IN LONDON ing SCHOOLS of Drink- Investigator Reports Habit Alcohol Among Children Widespread In English City White Slavery. Once tbo painted whole country. cheek was roro and did not mark respectability. Nov. C. F. Kelsner. waltz. AnoU'er reminder that "the groves alderman In the Fourth district was launching a campaign speech from tho tall end ot a cart in Columbia streot when a young man rushed up and pulled at his coat, relates the New The speaker resented York Herald. tho Interruption, but tbo Intruder was persistent Mr. Zeltner started to say something about Tammany Hall methods ot breaking up a meeting when the young roan Jumped on tho cart and whispered In tho perspiring can- - i Used to Be Stork. Louis Zltner, fusion nominee for "Do children drink alcohol?" The question was put to F. G. Mack-erot- h ot Loudon, who has beon making Inquiry Into the matter, and he How It must puzzlo angels to make mado answer at a meeting ot tbo out why wo kill snakes and tolerate Women's Temperance league which saloons. greatly horrified tho good women there. In one school ulono, ho said, bo I found that 10 per cent of tho were regular alcohol drinkers. dldato's left ear. The look oi wrath gave way to a broad smile as the In fact, from the Investigations ho had mado ho kad coma to the conclunominee asked: "Is It a boy or girl?' "Girl," said tho Informant, and Mr. sion that there must be something Zeltner left the cart without complet llko 300,000 child drinkers in London, ing the attack on Tammany, Later and probably 2,000,000 In tho large be Informed the fusion leaders that towns and districts. Parents, In shoer ho wns sure of winning, as luck bad Ignorance, often gave their children come with the eighth member ot his stroug drink because tbey thought it was good for tbcro, and a woman pros-eu- t family. at the meeting volunteered the Information that she know for a fact Criticism and Honor. In soma public schools beer was al Any fool can criticise, but only aa most compulsory. honorable nun can honor. chll-dren T it Patjc Four. THE CITIZEN. PROGRESS IN HARLAN Contiuuttl from Hni t December 14, 1 9 ' rf USEFUL CHRISTMAS PRESENTS For Women Folks J E. F. COYLE You pay less or get more tlicro la known as Uio Ulack Mountain Academy and was formorly a Congregational school but Is now controlled by tho county with Kelly as principal. Evarts is located In a rich valley In tho heart ot tho mountains much ot tho land being worth $100 an aero. Miss Collctto Is really doing a great work thoro. Sho not only teaches, but directs tho music, has orgnnlicd a Young Woman's Christian Association and a very enthusiastic Christian Endeavor Society. 1 gavo a musical on Saturday evening In connection with a box social, about two hundred peoplo enjoying tho evening together. On Sunday nt 10 o'clock it was my prlvllego to address a most thoughtful and appreciative audience. Mr. Dlzney spoke, nnd also Mr. Snodgrass gave a line talk on graded Sunday School work. Wo wero roynlly ontertalned nt tho Turner home. Thrco of tho brothers wore CIV R. H. CHRISM AN Undertaking nnd Embalming A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies. SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o o Day Phone 26 . Nlrfhl 46 LOCAL PAGE MM EVERYTHING USEFUL Pi rrj TO r 'J 1 Everybody-- Invited to Come, West Parlor, Ladies Hall NEWS OF BEREA. AND VICINITY, GATHERED TROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES U oaoooooooocoaoo 000O0OCHiOOO0OSol Mrs. Edith Holder ot London, Ky., has been visiting this week at tho homo ot her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. p Y. W. C. A. Christmas Bazaar g Saturday, Dec. 16, 2 to 7 p. m. Ui DR. BEST, DENTIST CITY a Early. o rilONK 1SS Office over Berea Bank & Trust I 1C DAN H. BRECK Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Richmond, Ky. Phone 505 U & N. Mrs. C. B. Holder of London is hero to stay over Christmas with her Co. mother, Mrs. J. M. Early. Mr. Albert Bic'knell visiter Mr. Ches Christmas Gifts of All Kinds for All Sorts of People O O EVERYTHING ORNAMENTAL IE, TIME TABLE. North Dound Local 10:65 p. m. 7:00 a. m. Knoxvllle 3:62 a. m. 1:04 p. m. BEREA 7:45 a. a. G:30 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound Local 8:15 p. m. G:30 a. m. Cincinnati BEREA Knoxvllle 4! r 1 12:31 p. m. 12:33 a. )n. 6:65 p. m. &:6t a. m. "Savo tho Difference." Express Trains Miss Flora Robinson Is taking Miss Stop to tako on and let off passen- Buttlo Hardin's place at the exchango gers from beyond Dayton, O., or from during her absonce. Atlanta and boyond. Mr. Oliver Maupln of Whites StaSouth Bound of tion and Miss Hallle Robinson 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati Berea were married in Jelllco, Tenn., 11:44 a. m. BlRBA last Thursday. North Bound Mr. and Mrs. Ward Waldron havo 4:46 p. m. BEREA moved Into tho house recently vacat8:37 p. m. Cincinnati ed by Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Haley. Mr. Ellis Hart who has been visMr. A. E. Bender who works at iting his family in Cloveland, returnKlcniiiond was at borne the first of ed to Berea, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bicknell visited tho week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Aides at Rogers-lll- e, Miss Edith Frost entertained a Saturday. number of her friends at a Vesper Don't forget Mrs. Laura Jones' night, hat sale Is still going on. Hats at evening. cost and a good assortment to select Mr. Dan Click of Kerby ICuob was from. Yon save money by buying ot iu town, Monday. her. By purchasing your Christinas preMiss Hazel Conwell entertained at sent from tho Prlscllla Club Bazaar the home ot Dean and Mrs. Matheny, jou help three yourself, your friend Friday evening, a number of friends. and "charltee." was Tho early part of tho evening Mrs. W. A. Todd and Mm. U. 3. delightfully spent In playing games. Roberts attinded tho Poultry show At eight-thirt- y tho party retired to iu Richmond, Thursday. tho dining room. Tho guests seated around a daintily arranged table Miss Lou Phillips has been spenda. lit with candles, presented n very ing soveral days with friends in morry sceno. Thoso present wero Smith, Roesche, Conwell, XMAS GIFTS Nothing hotter for Misses the money than a club of good maga- Donogan, Winfrey, Bicknell, Messrs. Curroy, LeMasters, Porter, Marlatt, zines. Spink's Agency, Berea, Ky. Mr. Harry Bendor who had been Saxton, and McClanabun. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. L. Shadoln, who visiting hero for some time returned havo been visiting In Pulaski Co., to his home, Sunday. Prof. Rlgby was In Cincinnati last returned homo last week. Mr. J. P. Bicknell preached at Wednesday. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Bonder have Level Green, It is economy to buy a hat at the juovod Into tho bouse on Center St., prices oftorcd at Laura Jones' millioccupied by Mrs. Cates. Bo-re- ter Parks at Kingston, Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Pettus have mov ed from tho Todd houso on Chest- uut Street to Boono St. Miss Lou Phillips is visiting Miss Ella Adams, this week. MIbs Fannlo Dowden and Miss Flora RoblnBon visited Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Haley at Big HUI, last week. Miss Buttle Hardin, operator for Berea Telephone Co., is spending a wcok with her sister, Mrs. Mooro at Mt. Vernon. It's the easiest way to mako money, I I PRESENTS Most appropriate for all now on sale at our NEW DRUG STORE Tho wholo trip was ono of rich former Berea students and spoko In lersonal privilege In thus meeting so tho highest terms of tho benefits remany who, whllo not directly ceived here. with us, nro truly so In symvery prosCora Kelly's father has a pathetic word and deed. Wo left Harperous farm and beautiful now houso lan nt two o'clock reaching Berea just nbovo Kvarts on a charming tho following day. river road with overhanging cliffs "If wo work upon marblo It will und graceful turns. It was gratifying pvrlsh. It wo work upon brass Umo lovo and everywhere to nolo tho will efface It. But It wo work upon of all toward Mr. and Mrs. tho Immortal mind and Itnbuo It with Dlmey, whoso one tlmo homo was I principles nnd fear of tho Holy ut Kvarts and who were In reality Just 'Oho wo Inxcrlbo upon thoso tablets Iho pioneers of that now splendid something which will brighten to all v.ork. eternity." Wo drove back to llarlau on SunHoward E. Taylor. In a blinding uuo.v day afternoon storm, which, however, only added COMING EVENTS beauty to tho landscape, reached HarItov. II. S. Murdock, Buckhorn, Ky., lan lu tlmo for tho meeting nt tho j "rssbyterlan church where I was preaches In Berra Union Church scheduled to speak at seven p. lit. House, Sunday morning, Dec. ISth, r ' It was hero at tho meeting that 1 met and nddrcsscs tho Y. M. C. A. at ves-!chour. Mr. Woolford Johnson, whom wo all Tho Messiah Oratorio by 100 voloes, remember as a fellow student last year and who Is developing, I nui Greatest Christmas festival, College tulcl, Into n forceful spcakt-r- . Also Mr. ChaK!l, Tuesday night, Doc. l'Jlh. Arch M. Clark, son of our Mr. ClatX Admission IS cents. six student Contest, Oratorical In tho woodwork department, now an elder In that church und cashier In speakers contesting for tho honor ot tho bank. Mr. Michel, tho pastor representing Berea nt tho Stato conthere, Is u most enthusiastic Chris- test, sioak In Chanel tho last night tian worker. Ho has greatly encour- of tho term, Wednesday, Dec. 20th. aged tho and raised tho mon- Admission free. ey to build a 112,000 brick church with gymnasium and other adjuncts 2 cans Tomatoes and 1 Corn, 25c In tho basement, which will bo ono 25c . ot tho finest churches In eastern 3 cans Corn ......... 3 cans Peas 25c Kentucky. 25c l'rof. Dlzney has something over 3 cans Pie Peaches '100 unrolled with four teachers. Ono Heavy Syrup Table Peaches, 20c meets evidences of Berea on every 2 cans 25c Waldorf Corn hand nnd our school seems a Mecca 2 cans Waldorf Peas 25c toward which all aro planning a pil15c Waldorf Tomntoc3 grimage. osso-clated ' WELCH'S .5c per pound After chapel services at tho High Navy Beans.. School, Monday, thrco boys camo for- Choice Dried Peaches, 124c " ward and shook hands, exprcsilng AT their Intention of coming to Borea ni'Xt year, and tunny of tho students In conversation njioko of students hero whom they knew or hnd known In years gone by. TATUM'S Delivers Any Time 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 doubly appreciated if you get him something he would buy for himself. Everything that is Newest and Best for Men or Boys, Women or Girls to wear is now here in elegant assortments for the holiday trade. recently Mr. and Mrs. John V. Dean UN the happy parents of a little son who was born last Wednesday. The young women of tho Fhllathea class of the Baptist church, with their gentlemen friends woro delightfully entertained last Saturday evening at a "tacky party" at tho home of MIbs Dooley Welch. It looks like everybody trades at Welch's. Mr. J. W. Masters of Corbln was in Borea, Saturday. nery store Her sale is going on. Tho Methodist Sunday School will hold their Christmas exercises on Friday night on account of tho quartorly meeting Saturday and day. Sun- At Home From now, henceforth nd ever after Zbc IRachet Stove In the most attractive, combuilding in modious, Berea. With a line of merchandise and Christmas goods that will please every one. Come in and See Ut The New Brick Building with the Handsome Plate Glass Windows te MakSt Hotel Block Leo Gllllgan, Letcher Gabbard, Robert Murphy, Charles Flanery, Roy Prlco and Dana Bailey attended the Inauguration at Frankfort, Tuesday. Miss Glenna Peterson who left Berea lu Juno, 1310, to teach in Wyoming, was married on Oct. 29, 1911, to .Mr. Ralph W. Mills. A clipping from u local paper sayB, "At tho ranch homo o'f tho bridegroom, Ralph Mills, near Stanley, two of tho most popular young people In tho valley wero united In matrimony. Mr. Mills is looked upon as one ot tho valley'B most desirable citizens and held In highest esteem by all the people here. Miss Glenna Peterson, Ho brldo than whom thoro is none fairer In tho vulley, was the favorite ot pupils and parents allko." WANTED: All your turkeys and chickens at a good price. J. S. Gott, Depot Street. FOR SALE On Center Street, two good lots, known as tho John Bales and Grant Hays places. House and barn on each lot. Good reason tor selling owo money. D. N. Welch. Why Not Give Him Sweater, 50c to $5.00 Shirt, 50c to $2.00 Suit, $10.00 to 20.00 Boy's Suit, $3.50 to 8.00 Necktie, 25c 1.60 Hat, $1.50 to 4.00 Muffler, 25c to 1.00 An Umbrella, $1.00 to 5.00 A A A' A A A A Why Not 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 Bag, 50c to 4.00 An Umbrella, 1.00 to 4.50 '4 A nice line of Jewelry, Cuff Buttons, Stick Pins, Lockets, Bracelets and Rings. Don't wait, start now. Only 18 Days to Xmas RHODUS MAIN ST. HAYES BEREA, KY. THE QUALITY STORE Christmas Offering of Harmonia Socitty, THE MESSIAH, X Tuesday, Dtctmbtr 19, 7:00 P. M. December 14, igit. THE CITIZEN. CAILE Korea was fortunato In capturing a visit from tlio great Southern author, (Jcorgo W Cablo, who was Visiting with family friends In Versatile and Jcamo over for a day's visit to Bo- - Page Five. 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 moneys So we will save our talk about the details rea. Mr. Cnblo was a natlvo ot Now Orleans and a young soldier of tho Confederacy. Ho was a man ot intelligence and realized even In thosa days that ho was contending for a causo that ought to bo lost. Already ho was a contributor to tho Now Orleans 1'lcayunc, and when his first book appeared ho sprang at onco to tho first rank of Amorlcan novelists. And ho Is ruoro than a story teller. Ills novels present profound studies In statesmanship, and his in- AN ORIGINAL STORY Solid oak dresser $5.00, $6.00, $7.50 and up to $20.00. Solid oak bed room suits (not imitation) $15.00, $18.00 to $40.00. Quartered oak velour covered couches $850, $10.00 and $12.00. Roll seat quartered OAK or mahogany rockers $3.00 each. Stand tables 20x20 OAK, $1.00, others $1.50 to $6.00. Library tables 26x44 OAK $3.50 to $10.00. Brass beds with 2 inch post, $10.00. With a 45 lb. felt mattress to fit it at $5.00 each. $325.00 Pianos at agent's price for $200.00 on liberal terms. 9x12 Axminster rugs $15.00, 9x12 Brussels rug $10.00. 9x12 seamless velvets $20.00, 36x72 velvets $3.00. All 25c. You will show sense, and save the c$nts that make the dollars if you trade at Engle's for the next thirty days Big Sales of Shoes and Clothing mattings 20c. All 30c. mattings 25c. RANGES$i5.oo, $17.50, $20.00 and $25.00. I'm $5.00 under on each in price and $5.06 over on each in Quality. BUGGIES steel tire, rubber top, $40.00. Rubber tire, leather top, $65.00. Best American Steel and Wire Co's. field fence 25c. per rod. ROOFING, heaviest quality v crimp 28 guage painted, $2.00 per square. " " " " """ galvanized, $3.25 per square. Fertilizer for wheat, good, 90c. per hundred. Best, $1.30 per hundred. Other bargains by the score. See "THE FURNITURE MAN" Wrecking Sale! The Old Hotel Building on Main St., adjoining the Berea Bank & Trust Co., will be sold to the highest bidder on Saturday, December 16, 2 p. m. The lot on which the building stands belongs to Berea College and they have asked for possession of the lot r mm . t. i ny January i, tyiz. i ue purcnaser ui .i... 1...M.1: uiu uuuuiu will be required to remove it from the lot by January i, 1912, unless they can arrange ' for a longer lease from the College. say that school is a success. I don't In front of tho house, that has acsay this myself, but tho good people cumulated now until it is five and of tho town aid me in saying so. I six feet deep. Tho folks have gono bavo a class at twentynlno boys and away to Omaha for tho winter and girls and wo are having a little worm the ltttlo hut is left alone. I guess Berea is resting still as and life of our own up In "The Cen tral School" building. I glvo them ever. Do you know why I say restR. H. CHRISMAN. week. lots ot work and they grind it out. ing? It is because tho wind and dust Wo have examinations any "old day, is so awful bad here that I havo coma LETTER FROM FORMER STUDENT thoy novor know what to expect. 1 to think of Berea as a resting place. Continued from Hirst rg e superintendent ot the Sunday But it was never so for me. I alYes, I am teaching again and can am a, school ot the First Baptist church ways had to work very hard in was tho main causo I suppose here. This morning I gavo a chalk PRIDE OF BEREA talk Hko thoso I'rof. Ralne gives. The that I paid most of my expenses by people wore so woll pleased with it work whllo in scohol. 1 get Just a One of the chief prides of our school and village is the Harmonia that they asked me to keep it up. little bit homo sick somo times but society, composed of more than a hundred musical people, students, I am sending you one ot tho pic I am lioro for tho year. teachers and citizens, who, under the training and direction of Prof. Well, I hope to bo able to coino tures wo bad taken while out on our Rigby, furnish some of the best entertainments of the year. The hunt. You may be able to recognUo back to Berea and finish my course crowning one of these is the Christmas concert. Tiic subject of this me on tho loft. Another Is Mr. Bow- some time, maybe next year. concert is most naturally and appropriately Handel's great work, the With all best wishes, I am, man from Berea. We were about oratorio of The Messiah. This oratorio, to be best rendered and best Yours sincerely, eight thousand feet above sea level appreciated, must be heard more than once. It has been given for two Sowell Combs. when this was taken. You. see snow or three years past and will be given this year under better auspices than ever. Distinguished soloists are to be present from Cincinnati, each one of them an artist who might give a full program alone. But BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE the great effect is the magnificent chorus, something rarely heard and never to be forgotten. The intention to make this a joy for every person in Berea, and I have just bought the Isaacs' Hardware Store the ad mission fee has been placed at the merely nominal sum of fifteen and in the future will carry a complete line oi cents. This will not cover the actual expenses unless a great pum-be- r are present. The persons who take, part, besides the soloists, are HARDWARE, PAINTS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES as follows: , Bo-re- terest In the Reconstruction problems ot tho South has boon continuous. 11a visited Uerca as long ago as 188!!, when Iloswcll Smith was hero and mailo tho great gift ot Lincoln Hall. And he has been a steady helper ot " President Frost. Thero was an informal reception at tho President's House, attended by mombcrs of tho convocation and a tow prominent citizens. Ho dined at tho Tavern with tho Collego faculty, and gave a reading from his own L works to a great audience, Monday night, tho chief selection being tbo story ot a Louisiana school teacher, Uonaventurc. The 'Creole songs which followed it were something wonderful. Tuesday morning in Chapel he delivered a mastorly and Impressive address on political Ideals, which wo Khali reproduce In Tho Citizen next Phone 60 R. J. ENGLE, Ky- - Ijarmonta Society SOI'IIANOS Atlsjns. Ella Engle, Eva AmbruM, ElTw Frost. With Ambrose, Lola Hannah, Nevada Ambrose, Lillian ltayter, Dorothy Ilrookshlrv, Ilattle HollUay, Lucy Itlattr. Hoy Holliday, Delia Davit, Gypsy Johnson, Mary Elliot. Jtnnla Kidder, Airnes Knevland, Helen Endl. With Everaole, Kllzabeth ALTOS PricesRight J. fl. CLARKST0N GivcUs aCall This building is two storys high, 75 feet long and about 20' Has 56 six light sash, 20 doors including feet wide. one large glass door and 2 large front windows, 4 brick flues. The front end of the building is ceiled, the rear plastered. Any one contemplating building will find a large amount of building material in the building. Marsh, Ellen Newton, Cora Oro. Lucy Parker. Ollie Roberts, Rosella Raymond, 'Ellen Shire man, Cora Turner, Florence Short, Golden PALACE MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you want and get what you call for. Highest market price paid for butter, eggs and chickens Leaf Lare, guaranteed pure. Kidd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. Fish and Oysters every Thursday. The sale will be conducted at the building at urday, December 16, 1911, and will the highest bidder for cash. 2 p. m., SatAmbrose, Luther lleecher, Henristta go to U. lVcher, CrtniJo Dunrrsi. S. A. Conwrll, Haul Cocks, Sarah Donrsan, Alice Couce, Nettie Gray, flossy Greenlee, Eolls Nlcolla, Dlanche I. R.OBERTS. Prop. Berea Real Estate 8b Improvement Co. W. H. PORTER, Pres. COMMISSIONERS SALE premises In tho city of Derca, Ky., at 11 o'clock a. m. boII to tho hlshcst and best bidder at public auction the following described property: Beginning at a stone on tho south sldo of Prospect St. in Uerca, Ky., corner of J. L. Dakcr, thenco eastward along south side ot Prospect St., 1,140 feet to land owned by Simpson McOuIro, thenco with lino ot same, southwest 825 foot to a Btono Cornelius, (Irate Houter, Ilene Marcum, Carrie Newcomer, Lillian TENOIIS Pearsons, Eunice Shulti. Elsie Smith, Lucy Taulbee, Maggie Wilson, Nora Jlattlo A Seal, etc.. va. rialntltfs. Defendants Llixie Hughes, etc. Under and by virtus, of a Judgment and ordor ot solo rendered at the Octobor Torm, 1311, of tho Madison Circuit Court, tho undersigned Master Commissioner ot said Court will on Wcdnodsay, Dec. 27, 1911, on tho Adams, W. A. Anderson. Jack HaUon, Carroll Crawford Claude Crawford, James Edwards, I'rof. Elrod. Ira Imrie, Gordon Farmer, James Jackson, Harry Lohrentx. Abraham McGulre, Arlle BASSES lilce, Samuel Turner, Fred Wilson, Clark Willett, Dwlght 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 Click. William Cromer, William Davidson, Waldo Dick, George Edwards, Donald Ellis, Ned Klanery, John Frost, Ernest llcckman, Walter Howard, Richard Marlatt. John Moore, Harold Porter. Glen Hoblnaon, Carter 1,1 Saxton, Ralph Smith, Verne Taylor, William Terry, Thomas Woodruff, Itobin There is only one way Honesty! PETTUS 2b PARKS, Druggists Chestnut St., Berea, Ky. Honest Drugs at Honest Prices. Your prescription filled accurately at living prices, any time, day or night. We have a nice line of Toilet Goods, etc. Also a nice line of Jewelry and Mr. T. A. Robinson, our expert jeweler, will have charge of same. And Orilientrn of 1'leres. corner to McGulre's, and in line to Jason Williams, thence with his line westward 840 feet to a point near center of creek, thenco with lino of P. B. Ambrose and J. It. Baker, 1,010 feet to the beginning, containing 22 acres more or less. Said tract has been subdivided Into 23 splendid building lots with streets fronting same, and will be sold In single and combinations ot lots to suit purchasers. After aU the lots are sold or offered for salt tha property will bo offrred as a whole and tbo bid or bids producing the most monoy will be accepted. Said plot Is on file In the Commissioner's office and can be seen at any time and on tho ground tho day ot sale. Terms: Said land will be sold on a credit ot six months or six and twelve months time, with the option ot purchaser paying tho purchase money at any time before maturity. If sold on time the purchaser will be required to exocuto bond with ap proved security, payable to the Com mlssloncr, bearing C per cent interest from day of sale until paid and to secure payment ot the purchase money a Hen will bo retained to have the full force and effect of a Judg ment. II. C. Rice, M. C. M. C. O. 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 write me what you want or call at my office and we will talk it aver. REMEMBER WHAT I SAY, you will always get a square dial with Holiday If interested. CALL UPON OR ADDRESS, LOOK AT THIS! A Splendid Itngitln in a 318 acres Stock mid Fruit Farm. TIiIh land Is real Rood limestone bluu grass mountain land, well watered. About 00 acres In blue gras; about 100,000 ft. of hhw timber; a Kront unl of tin timber ami a great number of locust posts. Finest stone for nmklnjr llmu any where. Hnutp live on blue ktiihs all winter. This In one of tho bust of Hhuup rnnclii's, also a tmlendUl fruit farm. It lias growing on it now about 2,000 budded bearing peach trees; 160 finely assorted budded apple trees, besides nil kinds of small fruit, grapoH, cherries, plums, etc. TIiIn tract has on it two irood farm residences. One witli splendid cellar and all nocessary outbuildings, and one splendid stock barn, water In yard il tenement houses, and Is In irood neighborhood, within 2 miles ot church, school and post olllce, 6 miles from Kail Hoad. I will sell same as whole or In two tracts county road dividing It ns n whole for 123.00 per ucre on good terms. Town lots and Improved property In lierea. Ky. Itluegrass farms In Madison and Garrard Cos., 6,000 acres In 1 block. Timber and coal lauds In Southeastern Kentucky all for sale at prices and terms to suit purchaser. Let lite hoar from any one Interested. Dooley's For Everything To Eat line of Staple anil Fancy Groceries, which we sell every day, we have made special arrangements to supply your every want for the holidays. Our fruit line is everything that could be expected. We call special attention to our stock of Candies, which has been carefuly selected. We feel sure that if you allow Us to take care of your candy orders you will be pleased. Prices are always- right. In addition to our regular G. D. Room 4, Btraa Bank HOLLIDAY Ct Trust Building BEREA, KY. - J. P. 1ICKNKLL Berea, Ky. v. Pafe Six. THE CITIZEN. "Welcom. KngllshP rhey satd, PREDICT NEW GOVERNMENT. writ In the day of tt father. these word they had learned But when he heard their deftanco, the! t ruder from the Details of the Persian Situation 01. boast, tho taunt, and tho Insult. Touching at timet on the conat, to All tho hot bood of his race, of Sir cuited By English. barter and chaffer for peltries Hugh and of Thurston do Stand Then In their natlro tongue they be ish, London. Details ns to the advance Kan to parley with Standish, Dolled and beat In hit heart, and of thn Ilusslan troops In Persia havo Through his guldo and Interpreter, swelled In tho volns of hla tenv been kept for several days completely Ifobomok, frlond of the white In the dark. How larso n force hna man, Headlong ho leaped on the boaster, been dispatched by tho Russian gov lagging for blankets and knlres, but and, snatching his knlfn from Its ernment, and particularly as to Its mostly for muskets and powder, movement, are unknown In London. scabbard, Kept by tho white man, they said, Plunged It Into his heart, and, reeling but ho public generally feels that tho concealed, with the plague, In hit end win be tho establishment of a backward, the savago cn with 'hit face to the eky. and a uuaslnn protectorate over tho best cellars. Heady to be let loose, and destroy his pans or Persia, Including tho two flendllko fierceness upon It. brother, the red man! Straight there arose from tho forest northern capitals, Tabrlr and Tehran. II lit when SUndlsh refuted, and said Newspapers and politicians generally the awful sound of the be would giro them the nible. And, like a flurry of snow on tbo regard It as unlikely that Russia, Suddenly changing their tone, they once Intrenched In l'erslu, will ever whistling wind of December. began to boast and to bluster. owm una suaaen ana Keen came a withdraw. The Tohe' n correspond Then Wattawamat advanced with a ent of tho Times predlctH a now form flight of feathery arrows. stride- In front of tho other. Then came a cloud of emoko, and out of government for that of tho national And, with a lofty demeanor, thus council. W. Morgnn Shutter, the of the cloud came tho lightning. Tauntingly tpako to tho Captain: Out of the lightning, thunder, and American trcasurcr-gonern- l In Persia, "Now Wattawamat can aoe, by the whose dismissal was demanded by death unseen ran before It fiery oyes of the Captain, Frightened the savages fled for shelter llussla. Is held responsible for bring ing the Persian troubles to a crisis. Angry U he la bis heart; but the In swamp and In thicket, heart of the brave Wattawamat Hotly pursued and beset; but tnelr A" oincla,f'. U8 "ell as the newtpa pern, credit him with elllclency and Is not afraid at the eight. He waa sachem, tho bravo Wattawamat. not born of a woman. nod not; he was dead. Untwerrlng good Intentions, but accuse him of lacking diplomatic tact Ilut on a mountain, at night, from an and swift bad a bullet oak-treriven by lightning. Passed through his brain, and he fell Forth he sprang at a bound, with all Sarah Bernhardt Denies Rumor. with both hands clutching tho his weapons about him. Paris. Two causes wero assigned greensward Shouting, 'Who Is there here to tight Seeming In death to hold back from why Sarah llernhardt will not marry with the brave Wattawamat?" Cadrane, the young (ireek actor. First, his foe the land of bis fathers. her son, Maurice llernhardt, has op Then he unsheathed his knife, and, whetting the blade on hit left There on tho flowers of the meadow posed the union most strenuously from band, the warriors lay, and above them. the flrat. The tragedienne has long Held It aloft and displayed a woman's Silent, with folded arms, stood Hobo- - been dominated by her son's wishes. face on the handle. and without his consent she will never tnok, friend of the white man. marry at all. All her spare time and spare money goes to her son. Mine. Ilarnhnrdt said: 'Please tell my American friends that I am not marrying a (Ireek, nor a barharlan, nor a Jew, nor a (ientlle. When next visit America my friends will rlnd me fancy free, as formerly. vny 1 am not to be murrled Is beat explained In the following letter. wtucu I have written to my friend. t.uitor caimctto, of the Figaro: "Will you kindly grant hosnltalltr to the.se lines: I deny energetically all m reports saying I am about to mar- it, miuii or laic, i am a mother, a grandmother and a three times, of which am proud, and which make further comment unneces sary " December 14, 1911 f SERIAL STORY BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL DEPARTMENT OF BEREA COLLEGE (The Citizen is a hand-hills, J ipeciaen el ev work.) Pl. Standish With Illustrations by- Howard Chandler Christy e Courtship .jf cvhles Print lettcr.heads, cards, reportr, sermons, mud bocks in the best manner, and at lowest prices. Your patronage is asked to help students, and to insure your (jetting your money's worth. Call at the office, or send orders by mail. You will get sat isfaction. Terms cash. Address war-whoo- BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL, Brea, Ky. - HOUSES TO RENT To those who have children to educate and wish to reside In Herea for a longer or shorter time to enjoy its educational advantages, the College has a number of houses, large and small, some of them partly furnished, to rent on reasonable terms. Address Coprrtfbt, Tb Bokbf Mtrtlll Cbapur) The March Miles Standish Meanwhile the stalwart Miles Stand ish was marching steadily north ward, 'Winding through forest and swamp. and along the trend of tho sea-shore, .Alt day long, with hardly a halt, the flro of his anger I turning and crackling within, and the sulphurous odor of powder Seeming more Bweet to his nostrils than all the scents of the forest Silent and moody be went, and much be revolvod hla discomfort; lie who waa used to success, and to of THE COLLEGE TREASURER., Berea, Ky. e THE BEREA HOSPITAL NURSE TRAINING SCHOOL OF BEREA COLLEGE of a limited number ot patients. creases prospects of recovery. I Has best operating room and all modern appliances for cart Hospital tttnlmtct greatly ir j easy victories always. Thus fo bo flouted, rejectod, and laughed to srorn by a maiden, Thus to bo mocked and betrayed by the friend whom most he bad trusted! Ah' 'twas too much to be borne, and he fretted and chafed In his armor! -- Rates One Dollar u day and up. Bond for prompt payment required. For further particulars address THE HOSPITAL, Bcrco, Ky. SMBHaBaBBaaaauadtBaMBaBtHaa alone am to blame," he muttered. "for mine was the folly. What has a rough old soldier, grown grim and gray In the harness. Ui-e-d to tho camp and Its ways, to do with tho wooing of maldena? Twas but a dream, let It pass, let It vanish like ao many others! What I thought waa a flower. Is only a weed, and la worthless; Plunged It Into His Heirt. ut of my heart will I pluck Itand throw It away, and henceforward expression and Smiling, at length he exclaimed to the lie but a fighter o! battles, a loverand Saying, with bitter meaning! look of sinister stalwart Captain of Plymouth: wooer or dangers!" Thus be revolved In his mind hla 'I have another at home, with the "Pecksuot bragged very loud, of bis courage, face of a man on the handle; bis strength and hla sorry defeat and discomfort. stature, While he waa marching by day or ly By and by they shall marry; and there wlll be plenty of children!" Mocked tho great Captain, and called ing at night In the forest. him a little man; but I see now looking up at the trees, and the con Dig enough have you been to lay hi in Then stood Pecksuot forth, stellations beyond them. speechloss before you!" Insulting Miles After a three days' march he came Thus the first battle was fought Whilo with his Angers he patted tho to an Indian encampment and won by tho stalwart Miles knife that hung at his bosom. Pitched on the edgo of a meadow, be Standish. Drawing it half from Its sheath, and tween tbo sea and the forest: plunging It back, as he muttered: When the tidings thereof were Women at work by the tents, and the brought to the village ot Ply Uy and by It shall see; It shall cat; warriors, horrid with warpaint mouth, ah, ah! but shall speak not! a fire, and smoking and Seated about This la the mighty Captain the white And oa a trophy of war tho bond of talking together; the brave Wattawamat men have sent to destroy us! Who, when they saw from afar the sudden approach of the white He is a little man; let him go and Scowled from the root ot the fort. which at once was a church and a work with the women!" men. fortress. All who beheld It rejoiced, and Meanwhile Standish had noted the praised the Lord, and took cour faces and figures of Indians age. Peeping and creeping about from Only Prlscllla averted her faco from to tree in the forest. bush this specter ot terror. game, with ar Feigning to look for Thanking God In her heart that she rows set on their had not married Miles Drawing about him still closer and Shrinking, fearing almost, Standish; lest com closer the net of their ambuab. ing home from bis battles, Dut undaunted he stood, and dissem He should lay claim to ber hand, aa bled and treated them smoothly; the prize and reward of his valor. So the old chronicles say, that were (TO DE CONTINUED.) I bow-string- 1 If Mrs. Jones buys her coffea at Smith's each week Fatalities of a Charivari Party. If the coffee In your storo is bat.u. iy. Krank Armstrong. aga --'0, was probably fata y hurt anil ter than Smith's and cheaper Why. TELL MRS. JONES I his father, Dudley Armstrong, and a companion. Amar Hlchardson, wero Don't dash wildly across th seriously Injured by an explosion of street to toll her, though: sho'd gunpowuer during the progress of a laugh at you. Insert a 6ano, forcecharivari party which followed the ful advertisement in this paper wedding of Frank Reynolds, of this about your coffee. country. One of the phases of tho We'll catch her eye by making charivari was the tiring of an anvil. your ad. attractive. Then all that The firing of tho Iron caused It to get hot. which resulted In young Is left for you to do is to take in Armstrong being horribly mangled the money for the coffee Mrs. wnen lie set about recharging tho an- - Jones buys. vll. A large package of powder which (Cosrttu. law. tr w. . u.) he carried In his hands let go when he stooped over the Iron. Itlchardson was landing near, and was fearfully burned about the head and face. Arm strong' father was Injured while try ing to beat out the flames when hla son's clothing became Ignited. too-rapi- 0 - Find the Man Every man and woman b anxious to buy ome article necessity or luxury every day of bis or her life. Single handed it would take you months to seek out those Interested in your line of business. An advertisement in this paper does the work instantaneously. It corrals the purchaser brings him to your store nukes him buy things you advertised. (Ourrw.uua.kr w.a.uj j Enlarging Your Business If you are la business and you want to make more money you will read every word we have to Bomb Cautet Terrible Panic. I.lege, Belgium. A dynamite bomb exploded during a crowded clnemeto-grap- h terrible panic persons were In jured, several of them mortally. The police believe that n discharged em ploye threw tho bomb for revenge. A exhibition. In which BO Protest Agalnr.t Reduction. conference of about twenty-fivmembers of tho Republican national committee was held In Washington to protest against tho old throat to re duce southern representation In Re publican national conventions. A e ft annually, and then carefully note the effect it has in increasing your volume of whether a io, 30 or 30 per cent increase. If you watch this gain from year to you will become intensely interested in your advertising, and how you can make it en- buti-nes- s; say. Are you spending your money for advertising in haphazard fashioa as if intended large your business. If you try this method w rersia is endeavoring to offect a compromise so that sho may be nblo to retain the services of W. Morgaa Shutter. BIGGEST CITIES OF WORLD WILD SCRAMBLE THE OF WOMEN MARKETS London Still Far In Lead, but New York Is Growing Fatttr Than Any Other. London, tho largest city in the world, has a population, as now offi cially announced, of 7,252,963, at against 6,581.402 in 1901 an Increase In ten years of 071.561, or only 10.2 per cent. The population of Now York Is 4.7CC.883. and with a gain in the ten years of 38.7 per cent, Is growing London Paper Telia of Scene In Cloakroom After the Racing at Ascot. At the end of the racing at Ascot yesterday It seems that tho cloakroom arrangemonta miscarried, and when tho womon went to got their wraps they wore not ready to hand. A wild report circulated that tbe thief who stole tbe gold cup four years ago bad been busy In tbo cloakroom and all the womon rushed to find for themselves If the dreadful thing wero truu. TT-horhn. tint Ilauti i i - li tin nut. turst of feminine excitement slnco tbe last suffragist raid on tbo house ot commons, and tho attendants grew so alarmed and were so afraid ot tho cloakroom being stormed by the angry owners of the precious wraps that thev sent for the nolle. Whan the constables camo several ladles fled Ignomlnously without their things. The police ultimately straightened out the tangle and the honor ot Ascot waa saved. The causo ot tbe commotion la said to have been the action of some women who left early and put everything in confusion In the search for tbelr cloaks. London Expreai. No. 3 red 91a96c, No. 4 red 90a 93c. Corn No. 2 whlto C3a63, No. .". whlto ClaC2c, No. 2 yellow G3aCr.c, No. 3 yellow 01aC2c, No. mixed 62aG3c, No. 3 mixed Clc. Cincinnati Grain Market Flour Winter patent Il.23a4.40. family 13.85a4.10, low grado I3a3.20, Imril patent 15.30a.r.75, do fancy, S.G5a4.90. Wheat No. 2 red 9Sall. (or charity, or do you advertise (or direct results? Did you ever stop to think how y6ur advertising can b made a source of profit to you, and how its value can be measured in dollars and cents. If you have not, you are throwing money away. Advertising is a modern busincas necessity, but must be conducted on business principles. If you are not satisfied with your advertising you should set aside a certain amount of money to be spent believe you will not want to let a single issue of this paper go to press without something from your store. We will be pleased to have you call on us, and we will take pleasure in explaining our annual contract for so many inches, and how it can be used in whatever amount that seems necessary to you. If you can sell goods over the counter we can also show you why this paper will best serve your interests when you want to reach the people of this community. faster than any other great city In the world. At the rate at which the two largest cltlet are growing it will take a long time for Now York to catch up with London; but It would be a great misfortune If It ever did catch up thero Is too much congestion In sew york already. The third city In forth He Sprang at a Bound. size Is Paris, whose population Is probSaw the flash ot the sun on breast- - ably 3.000,000. The fourth city Is perhaps Derlln, which had a little oyer plato and saber and musket, Strulghtway leaped to their feet, and 2.000,000 Ave years ago. Tokyo and two, from among them advancing, Chicago fall a little under the 2.500,-00mark, and St. Petersburg, Vienna, 'Camu to parley with Standish, and offer him furs an a present; canton. Peking. Motcow and Philadel .friendship was In their looks, but la phia are below 2,000,000. Hochester " Post.Exnrnsn their hearts there was hatred. of the tribe wero these, and Hravcs brothers gigantic In stature. Clothes, and the Man. Huge at Oollath of Oath, or tbo ter- "Tho better a person la dretsed the lets monoy he has as a rule." Thus llble Og. king of Dasban; Leaving a Pltno Open. (One was Pecksuot named, and the Judgo Parry, whose experience In tbe county court certainly gives hlra a other was called Wattawamat. It Is best to close tho piano as toon Jtoupd their necks were sutponded right to sneak on tbe subject Lon as you have finished playing, both 00 their knives In scabbards of wam- don Telegraph. account of tbe dust and tbo variations pum, Tho keyboard of the atmosphere. , trenchant knives, with clean. should bo kept scrupulously Women In Business World. points as sharp aa a needlo. Women aro now engaged In nil but Alcohol or diluted ammonia may lit with ad van Other arms had tuny none, for they two of tbo 303 gainful occupation of used for this Dur0G.' tho men of this country. were cunning and crafty. taae. 0 Two-edged- good to cholco I3.60a4.15, cunuers, xi.ZJaz.bu. Hulls llologna I3.76a4.25, fat I4.25a4.75. Calves Kxtra 17.25a7.C0, fair to good I5a7, common and largo 3aC23. Hogs Good to cholco packers and butchers 3C20a6.25, mixed packers $Ca6.20, common 10 cuoico neavy rat sows I4a5.65, pigs (110 lbs. ami lets) J4 a5. Sheep Kxtra S3.30a3.10, good to choice $2.75a3.25. Iiir.b- s- Kxtra $5.75. Cincinnati Mlacellaneoui. JI.2Ha4.G0, Cincinnati Live Stock. Cattle shippers i5.50aG.7G, butcher aiwrs, extra JG.SDaG. good to cholco !5a5.75, heifers, extra, I5.10a5.35. good to choice $4.40a5, cows, extra The Right Kind oi Reading Matter Tho home news; the doings of the people in this town; the gossip of our own community, that's the first kind of reading matter you want. It is more important, more interesting to you than that given by the paper or magazine from the outside world. It is the first reading matter I4a4.50 Egg case. nor 50a75o doi. Honey llal2c lb. I.omons !3.S0a4."5 per box. Onions Jlal 10 bu. Oranges 2.50a2."5 bar. rutnUus Kan; Ohio fial.50 bbl. Poultry Hens 9atOV4c, roasting (over 214 Ibs.l 10c, chickens fryeru (2V1 lbs and undori 10c, ducks lOallr, turkeys 14c, gceso 8a Kttgs Prime .firsts 33c. Ilutter Vc. Creamery, extra 38Hc, firsts 30i4c, AccondH 25He. Apples lieu Davis 12 B2.25 bbl, llaldwtns fl.76a2.25 bbl. Carrots On track ll.inni. 05 bbl. Colury I you should buy. Each issue of this paper gives to you just what you will consider plants The Right Kind ot . . Reading Matter DMtttfeer 14, ifli THE CITIZEN. CARE IN HANDLING i Page Seres'. im REMOVING A APPLES THREE HORSE EVENER FOR ROAD WAGON IS ILLUSTRATED Fw People Appreciate Importance of Preventing Bruins While Pick. Ing or Packing. (Hy fl. VAN HMITIt.) BEREA Five Great Schools Under Gne Managemeit PGR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE Of THE MOUNTAINS What Arc Year Talent T What nre Year Alms? Bcrca Has the Training That la Best Par TOO. ft LARGE BRANCH la Cut Should Be Made Parallel With Main Stam From Which On To Bo Rtmovad. (By VT. B. TIIOnKHKIl, Washington.) In tho removal of largo branches from old or bearing trees always mike the cut parallel with tho branch or main item from which tho one la removed. Thla frequently means a larger wound than It would make If (he cut la made at right angles to tho limb that la to bo removed, but such wounds will heal quicker and are leas Injurloua to tho tree than the much are bruised very easily, and cs pcclally those varieties having a ten dor flesh or skin, nrulsea mean not only an unattractive appoarance, but a real waste of fruit by having to cut out tho bruised tissue. Probably tho greatest damage from bruises however, results from tho fact that tho bruises furnish an entranco for fungus or rot spores. These spores, or - fungus seeds," are aa line as dust and float In tho air. If they happen to lodge on a bruised or broken spot on the apple, they" take root and grow and spread through tho apple, causing It to rot. Wrap ping or covering tho apple may not always protect It, as the spores may have lodged on tho apple before It was picked. However. If tho skin and flesh of the applo can be kept Intact and not bruised or broken there la not much danger of the fun gus or rot finding Its way Into the apple. To prevent bruising, apples should not be dropped or thrown Into bucket, box, or barrel, nnd In pour Ing from one vessel to another care should be taken that tho apples aro as closo as possible to the bottom of tho vessel In which you aro placIng them before the pouring begins Bl acksmith Furnishes Hitch Shown In Accompanying Illus Few peoplo ronllro tho Importance (.ration Which He litis Often Made and Will Answer or Handling apples with car while the Purpose For Which It Is Designed in picking, packing and marketing. Ap Satisfactory Manner. pics 'Are yen not far advanced? Then enter the WlU : Three-Horse Evener for Wagon. respectively. J Is the point of attach' mont for the ordlnnry wagon double tree. Instcod of having tho ordinary double-trehere, two pieces of flat Iron, D nnd K are used, K being twice as long as D. These two arms nrtl culate at J, the wagon hammer hold Ing them In place Instead of the dou e ble-tre- I 4 Ing. If b I 0 KILL THE PEACH BORER NOW Do Not Walt Until Spring, for Then Eggs Will Be Hatched and Inteetc. Scattered. !!) W. II. UNDHHWOOD.) Cutting Off Large Branches. 1. Proper method of removing a large branch. ?. Branch broken down from cut wrongly made. 3. Dead stub left to rot back. 4. Slump of branch left by bad pruning. 5. Same three years later. 6. Decay resulting from bad prun 7. Cemented cavity. 8. Tinned cavity. 9. Burlaped cavity. mailer ones that leave tho collar of tho branch to bo covered with healing tlssin. I)o not hcsltnto to remove largo useless or superfluous limbs from trees, but always make smooth rleun cuts with it saw, and If neces tary to prevent splitting the stem or peeling the bark, make two cuts tho first from six to twelve Inches out from where the limb is to be Anally cut off. Nothing can be applied to the wound to hasten the healing. PROPER GRADING OF APPLES One Excellent Method Is to Construct Wooden Trough With Different Sized Holes. An excellent method of grading ap ples Is described by Ray Malcolm In the Farm and Fireside as follows: Hake a trough, mounted on legs. lth ft receiving box as shown In Grad the Apples. drawing. Cut two holes, one larger than the other, In trough. These boles grnde the apples by letting small ones drop through first hole, second or medium ono through second hole. while largo onea roll out at end of trough. Tho trough must bo mounted high enough so aa not to tire the op- etntor, for ono person will lmvo to apkeep tho large and medium-sizeples out of tho small hole and tho large out of the medium hole. This can bo accomplished best by reach' tug band under trough and knocking apples up out of the boles. Food Value of Fruit. Here are a few facts worth consid ering. Uaked apples are more nutrl tlous than bakod potatoes, and will produce more work. Dates, prunes, tigs, nprlcola and raisins are dried Instead or fruits always avalluble. looking upon them aa merely supplemental to food like confectionery we should remember that they nre really umocg the most healthful, palatable and concentrated of vegetaMe foods. Among fresh fruits, bananas, apples, figs, grapes, blackberries, straw, berries and oranges have decided food value and may be used aa economical Krarrea of nourishment. Some Fruit Trees for Poultry, It seems that there Is no doubt that (be plum troe Is the fruit best suited others, hut about five quarts at a mess twice a day is enough for any calf If It Is supplied with hay, meal and water. Wo provide our calves with water after they liavoidrunk their milk nnd Youna Animals Need Milk for a Rive them nil they want. Skim milk Whllo an Much aa lloblco and should bo warmed to blood heat be to Keep Growing Must fore feeding to young calves. Have It. Fed to calves, tbo milk makes them grow faster nnd pays as wall as (By Z. W. 1NUHAM, Pennsylvania.) Fllo for Scraping Tree and Half In order to raise cattle in the east when fed to pigs. They are provided Diamond Hoe. with any profit, or without loss, we with a shelter In the pasture to go Instrument, scraping the bodtea of the must have one or the other of the under when It storms or the sun is trees at least two Inches from tho sur beef breeds. The 8horthorn8, Here- - hot nnd they nppreciate It highly. face of the ground. fords and Aberdeen Angus, ure all A small diamond good and each has Its admirers. or shaped hoe, with a handle not over prefer the Shorthorns because the LATEST NOVELTY two feet long, Is another tool you cows are generally the better milk IN IMPLEMENTS must havo to get over the trees ers.. rapidly. Whatever others may think they In the late fall, most all eggs have ran do, 'or havo done, I can't raise hatched out, and most of the little good calves on dishwater, milk bIoj AatomoToiIe Plow la Invented Toy Kansas Man Plowafaarea grubs will be between the earth and and hay tea. Young calves need milk Held Down to Worltby bark, within a few Inches of the top for a while ns much ns babies and to Weight TbereoC of the soil. In scraping the rough bark keep them growing right along they or outside of the bark of the tree. must have it. In describing a recent Invention ot you will get 95 per cent, of them. We prefer to havo our cows calve Oliver II. Lincoln and Edsou 0. Park' In the spring go over the trees In the fall, both on account of winter again. In three or four days after dairying and for raising tbe calves hurst ot Brownell, Kan., the Scientific American says: going over the trees tho second time. which If kept In a warm stable ilur This invention, the sectional view ot go over them a third time. Then Ing the winter and fed milk, hay and which Is Illustrated herewith, relates you can readily seo all you havo meal will sooner obtain the sizo most mtiscd the second going over. In the profitable for their disposal to the to automobile plows, and it has for its object to provide one, with traction third going over draw the soil back wheels disposed near tho front and at to the trees, leaving tho dirt a little butcher. Our calvoo, when taken from their the lowest at tho baso of the trees. mothers, are each provided with a separate pen for convenience In feed Ing so they need not fight for the food bucket, rob each other of their mess, or suck each others cars and navels when done drinking. The latter Is a vicious habit which I hoy goon ncqulro when two or more are penned together und unless pre vented It soon causes a blemish on to your blacksmith with a ten or tuelvo Inch flat fllo nnd have five or six Inches of tho small cud mado Into tho shapo of a knlfo blndo with one sldo of the blade flat and tho other half round. lloth edges of tho blado must bo sharp. Ilcnd this blado to a crescent shape. with the flat side on the Inside of the bend. Put a good handle on nnd you have an Instrument with which you can sit down to a tree and scrapo nIT sides of It without moving. Tho dl amctcr of this bend should be at least three Inches. ' After the first frosts, go through tho peach orchard with thla little (Jo sharp-pointed In reply to a query n dlngrnm of a evener Is given, the Idea being for two horses to wnlk In the road nnd ono on the outside. In the first place. If two horses arc to work on ono side of the tongue tlicro will be some side draft to be equalized, hence thcro must bo some way of doing this so that each horse will be drawing his proportionate sharo of the load. The accompanying cut Illustrates tho appearance of the evener, u portion of th tongue nnd nxlo of tho wagon viewed from beneath. II Is the axle. II Is' a block of wood fastened utjder tho. hole where the King pin conies through so that tho Iron bar A will bo allowed to move hack and forth under tho nxle, freo from tho obstruction of any nuts or bolts that nay bo there. Tho bar A is a flat piece of Irou to 3 (o f Inches wide and by means inches thick, fastened at-of tho King pin being lengthened sufficiently and having a key In Itft end to hold It in place. One arm of this bnr A la twice as long as the other, good lengths belcK twelve and six Inches, three-horse onc-hnl- The diagram shows these to 2i 1 bo fastened underneath the tonguo, This In for greater clearness In illus tration, lit practice they should rest .on top of the tongue Just tho same as Tho two tho ordlnnry doublc-trco- . rods, C, connect, D nnd B with the bnr A, under the axle as shown. Tho single-treF fnstenes onto tho end of O onto tho end D and tho double-treof E. Thus a hitch for three horaea Is provided, the draft Is equalized nnd there, are two horses on ono sldo of tho tongue and one on the other. A sickle bar from a cast' off mower Is good material for the bar A. Show this diagram to your blacksmith and If. he is any good he ran make an even er that will anawer the purpose splen dldly, where three horses aro required on the wngon. e e things la a superior manner. Are you desiring the next best thin to a College Course? The take two years or three years in the GENERAL ACAOEMY COURSE. Franole B. Matheny, Dean. Tw Tears, or three years, In such practical studies as will fit you for aa hones able and useful life. Tou select your studies from auch as these: PhyasV ology tho science ot health; Civics the science ot government; Oramnaa) ; the art ot correct speech and Ethics the science of tiga and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general Intelligence) Botany necessary for tho doctor and Interesting to every lady; Physios the science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc, etc. Do you wish to prepare to enter College? 8 tart tn the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COUR3E8, Francis E. Maths. Dean. Beat 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 use eC Cak-Ve-ge Library and apparatua letter-writingTact-Acadeclass-room- FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Her be placed with other llko yourself, under a special teacher, sad aaaa ssoet rapid progress. Tou will master Arlthmetio and the eomao branches and be ready to use them. You will have singing, drawing, tana and household management, and free textbooks. One year la Use reus elation School costs less than 190 and le worth $1,000. Are you aiming to be a teacher? Then Join the NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dl'nsmore, Dean. Hero you wtU be m trained that you will fear so examination, and you will be taught hew te teach. The demand for Oerea trained teachers tar exceeds the supply. Are you Interested in earning money! THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. Marsh, Dsarv MeunUIn Agriculture. Home Science. Woodwork and Carptntry. Nursing. Printing and Bualnste Course, Ete. Here you soon double your earning- - power, and learn to enjoy defeat Book-Bindin- Berea College The College Itself stands apart from all the other schools ander its and has long maintained the highest standards known in the Sou Us. To conform to tho Carnegie standards wc have diminished our former require mental Required and elective studies wrth opportunity to oonceatratev tn particular lines. Largest coll ego library hi Kentucky. Leboratorteev equipped for etudect practice. Courses leading to the degrees of A. B, Bu B, D. U, and D. Fed. MUSIC (Singing Free). Rood Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theoryi Band, may b taken for special tees In connection with work la any of the) nt above, schools. RAISING CALVES FOR THE DAIRY Questions Answered Berea, Friend of Working Students. Berea .College, with Its affiliate! Institution.' It requires certain fees, baaV schools, Is jnot a money-makinIt expends many thousands ot dollars each) year for the benefit ot Its giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for students' to earn and save In every way. OUR 8CH00L 18 LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protaea the character and reputation of tho young people. Our students come fr the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any who i be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge.-Al- l except those with parents la Berea live in College buIlcUngaV aaslst In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable traba-Inand getting pay according to tho value ot their labor. Except ta. wis, ter It le expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their aaaJ ' pensea 'Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employes eat. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, eta, vsrr with different people. Berea favors plain clothing-- . Our climate la the but. a students must attend classes regardless of the weather, wans Wraps, and underclothing, umbrellas, and overshoes are necessary. The live store rurniines Doom, toilet articles, work untrorme, umbrellas other necessary articles at cosL LIVING EXPENSE8 are really below coat The College asks m for the fine buildings In which students live, charging only enouga Kjllnv rant f n iu, for HMtilnr rnaJl-- a ffl1. ttvtita n vaiKIrr towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, 11.35 a week. In the fall, , and $1.60 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing ot g sttv-dent- a, g, 1 tct. rt seeV-dlng- cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee tear return of room key, library books, tc This is paid but once, and Is return) when the student departs.' Second an "Incidental Fe" to help on expenses for care ot school bulleV lngs. hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tdltlon or services of teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for most students Is 15.00 a term, $6.00 in Academy and Normal, and $7.00 la Collegiate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent trjr the term, board by the halt term. Installments are as follows: 40 to 10 FALL TERM Incidental Foe Room Board. 7 weeks Vocational and l'oundatton Academy School. and Normal $ B.00 B.60 $ 6.00 7.00 Collec$ 9.45 MS $22.46 9.45 $31.90 S31.40 7.' 7M .4 - tho belly. with a feed Ing bucket in a box which Is nailed fast to the aide of tho pen. This pre vents the bucket from being upset and the milk spilled by the calves' greedy butting, otherwise tbe feeder, for safety, would have to stand and hold It while the calves were drinking. As soon as Nvo begin feeding tbe calves Bklm milk, which Is about ten days after being taken from the cow, a handful of wheat middlings Is put Into the milk of each calf and the calves are fed twice a day. The quantity Is gradually Increased until a pint or more can be fed to advantago twice a day. After they have become fond of tho middlings it Is better to feed It to them dry Instead of putting It Into the milk- so that they will have to eat It slower Instead of gobbling It down. Oats, corn and rye ground together make good feed for calves In addition milk, but there Is more danger in edlng this kind of meal than mid dlings as It Is more likely to produce diarrhoea or scours, A little flaxseed meal will Improve tbe. ration and supply the place of other foods. llefore they are four weeks old tbey are fed a little bay, or rowen, In addition to their milk and meal. There Is more danger of feeding too much skint milk than too little, as too liberal feeding of It Is apt to bring on tbe scours. Com calves can (land, nwro tho? Amount due Sept. 13, 1911 ,...$20.05 9.45 Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911....... $X3.4. $32.M Each calf Is provided Automoble Plow, .4t When tho apples ore stored see that not a slnglo rotten one is Included. All our small fruits are benefited by some alight protection during the winter. Raspberries are best protected by covering with clean straw or marsh hay. Hum tho trash raked from tho gar den and orchard. Fire Is a sure remedy for bugs. It Is usually better to protect rasp berries over winter by burying In the soil In the mora northern localities. If you have not already done so you should go over the orchard and rake up every rotten apple on the ground, haul them away from tho orchard and destroy them. The secret of dwarfing Is to starve the trees. Tho Japanese produce oaks of great age but which are so amall that thoy can be held In one band like an ordinary houso plant. If dead and unsightly limbs have not been taken off the trees, now la a good time to do so. Paint with white lead the place from which the limb came. Cut close to the tree, and do a clean, smooth Job. In tbe northwest the state experi ment stations are working on tbe pro- verse members. all times times in the same position relatively to tho engine, whether the plow Is being driven in a straight lino or la being turned to one side or the s being dlsposod other, tbe under the engine and being held down to their work by the weight thereof. By a movement of a lever the plow shares may be moved up or down to a position where they will engage tbe earth and will do the general work de s being secured sired, these to the lower frame having the trans plow-shareplow-share- Total for term If psld In sdvance WINTER TERM $29.50 $29.0O $ E.00 I4Z4B' $ Incidental Fee Rosea JU-- (.00 6 weeks 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $28.60 f 6.00 7J0 9.00 TJ 9M $113 7.tv Amount due Jan. 3, 1912 Board 6 weeks, due Feb. 14, 1912 $12.20 9.0S $31.20 I. Total for term If paid In advance SPRING TERM $3M6 $30.70 $I1J $ sV Incidental Room Board. 6 weeks Amount due March VI. 1911 Board 6 weeks, due May L 1912 lee $ $.00 4.00 f 6.00 CjOQ Uf 6.7t $16.76 6.76 $.7$ $17.75 6.71 6.7 $1S.TS S.7B - duction of special dwarfed trees the prairie regions. trees for tbu poul- for Stand try yard should be pruned high. ard stock Is grafted on certaU roots Three or foor feet for the first limb ucb as very small growth n quince or wild apple. will bt about right for the poultry yard. Frequently the plum trees In the poultry yard are the only ones on tho place that bear crops. The benefit comes from the destruction of every Insect that gets on or tear lbs ground, either In fallen fruit or otherwise. Then the fertility distributed around tbe root furnishes abundant avaftable food for all or the daraaged.V trn course, pluv Of Necessary for Good Shelter, The birds must have access to shelter during the rainy weather. A thorough soaking when they are nearly bare of feathers, la apt to re sult In an attack of roup, or cause chill that may throw tbe bird back for weeks. Hut the ben that gets through tbe molt early and quickly will almost Invariably prove a good winter layer. Relief for Ingrowing Feather. Sometimes wlieu a fowl Is thick in tbe uiolt It will be seeu constantly pecking at one particular place on Its body. This may be caused by one or more of the new feathers falling to pais through the skin and cuuriuf! Total for Una Hssldlnsdvanee... $2SJ$ S2S.N II4.Se S24JM $MBB fJaBB. Plan Now, Come Jamtary 3d young man or young woman can get an educatlem air there is the will to do so. It is a great advantage to start In the Fall and have a full year of eeav tlnuous study. Many young people waste time In tbe public schools going over and over the same things, when tbey mlgbt be Improving asaeat faster by coming to Berea and. starting In on new studies with some of Ua best young men and women from other counties and States. Make your plans to come January 3d, For Information or friendly advice write tc the Secretary. Any able-bodie- d Berea If If a needle Ik passed under the cov ered end of the feather, It will t.able It ty be drawn above tbe skin. great Irritation. D. WALTER MORTON, erea, ky, Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. g horses, nlno hogs, three raddles, and many farming Implements wero burned. A. Bowman preached Sunday, to a largo crowd at Walnut Grove. Mr. Wm. MayB, sent from London to Mrs. Mays, a flno turkey for her Thanksgiving. G. J. Gentry and O. B. Palmor loft to day for Beattyvlllo on business. Martha Maya visited M. Saturday. There is a L Gontry, largo numbor of pcoplo preparing for tho winter term at Berca College. MTUIUIKON. December barn. will 14, 1911. 0teitettooitetee 1 East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else II (Continued from frit page) cortpBl(aM faMliatl iilti It net tor publication, bat I truea la fall tjr Ui wtltr. an rMtnet ol feed faith. Writ Tit urn plainly, X o jj 0 Weitoit0itoitoitoiioioiioioitoiteilotioltolioMoiioliotioMoliotio1oMeM Plan for January 3 Rooms Scarce Engage One Now Tho ycrjr unusual rush to Bcrca this (all has filled up tho rooms available! for students so that thoso who wish to como at tho opening of winter term, Jan. 3, must bo euro to send their dollar deposit and cngago a room right now. Wo hopo to be ablo to accommodate thoso who aro teaching and wish to pursue their Normal studies In tho winter and spring, and as many others as possl-blparticularly tho farm boys who Farm wish tho winter term In o, Management. Old students who havo dollar deposits here must all tho same wrlto to cngago rooms. Wrlto today to tho Secretary. Let us hear from you and wo will maUo you wolcomo and comfortable. .y. D. Walter Morton, Berca, JACKSON COUNTY McKKK McKco, Dec. 11. Mr. L. T. Medlook Saturday and Sunday. Annville, Hugh Collier visited his grandfather at Grecnliall, Friday and Saturday. Jas. Spurlock of Prlvctt was In town Sunday afternoon to get Dr. Hays to go to sco his lltUo girl who is very sick. Itcv. Lunsford preached at tho rMirUtinn Miiirrh last Saturday nlcht and Sunday morning. G. P. Perry of Alcorn was in town last Saturday on legal bulsness. Jas. Hamilton and Dr. Hay 8 visited Wesley Angel, Sunday. Foxtown, Doc 9. Everybody is busy corn gathering at present. Lon Johnson of Dry Fork, moved to the Harrison brothers property near Sand Gap. Jerry T. Abner called at W. P. Isaacs tho first of tho week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Crls. Lalnhart, a baby, uaoy is acaa uui muuier i doing well. Miss Allle Isaacs is as- slstlng in the work at Mrs. Lalnharts. Miss Mary L. Cain has returned to her uncle's, W. P. Isaacs to spend Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Christmas. Mooro visited home folks last week. Tho K. P. Lodge located at Wind Cave is busy hauling lumber to erect a hall. George McKinney Is erecting a dwelling on J. I. Rose's place. Tho Trustees of Educational Division No. 5, met, Friday, to put In a trustee for Blanton Flat. The old one had moved, away. T. G. Gay bought a.fino pair of mules at Richmond last week. visited his father and mother at Flancry of Grecnliall, thru Saturday and "Sunday, Mack Strong of Sturgeon was visiting at Orecnhall, Sunday. Our traveling salesman, It.- h. Rawllng of Manchester, with Bryan Goodwin and Hunt, passed through hero Saturday, and stayod over night with our worthy morchant, J, E. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Flancry and family visited Mrs. Flanery's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Holcoinb, recently. Thcro is a protracted meeting being held at Mauldcn School houso by llcv. Wm. Johnson and Itov. Pennington. Thore will bo a protract ed meeting held at Mt. G I lead beginning tho 23rd of Dec. by Itov. Our Hacker. Everybody welcome. worthy merchant, J. E. Holcomb, visited Now Hopo Iodgo No. C64 F. and A. M. Miss Laura Atnyx our school teacher at Mauldcn closes school Dec. school 22. Sho Is our most noted teacher and has tho best attendance. our hustling F. L. Montgomery, stono mason passed through town yesterday. Tho Misses Etta and Dora Amyx of Egypt nro attending school at Mauldcn. Andy Montgomery and Allen Holcomb attended church at Maulden, Saturday and Sunday. Let us hear from l'rlvctt again. llol-com- b. Chorus. Lift up your heads, 0 ye gates', and be je lilted up, ye everlasting doors, and the King ol Glory shall come in. Who is the King of Glory? The Lord strong and mighty, the Lord mighty in battle. Lift up your heads, O ye gates, and be ye lifted up, ye everlasting doors, and the King of Glory shall come in. Who is the King of Glory? The Lord of Hosts, He is the King of Glory. TMlm Air. (Hiss.) Why do the nations so furiously rage together, and why do the people imagine a vain thing? The kings of the earth rise up, and the rulers take counsel together against the Lord and against His Anointed. (Tenor.) He that dwclleth in heaven shall laugh them to scorn; the Lord shall have them in derision. rsalm II. ixl. 7,S, 9, lo. It ec rsalm II. I, i. 4. Ata. (Tenor.) Thou shalt break them with a rod of iron; Thou shalt dash them in pieces like a potter's vessel. l'ulm II. 9. Ciioaus. Hallelujah! for the Lord God Omnipotent reigneth. The kingdoms of this world are become the kingdom of our Lord, and His Christ; and He shall reign for ever and ever. King of Kings and Lord op Lords. Hallelujah! Kevclatlon xlx. 6,'6; xi. Ij. CLOVER BOTTOM roxioHN. Wm. Hurst and Joel Lakes have entered partnership in blacksmtthlng and are now dolnc all sorts of work from tho re- pairing of a watch or clock to that of ia steam boiler. Malon Baker has been working for H. N. Dean setting I up his steam and grist mill, for tho I last few days. Mr. and Mrs Grover Drew visited friends on Horse Lick, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Stalo Smith, her daughter, Aimer, and Grover Hunter of Shirley, visited friends and relatives at Clover Bottom, Sunday. Mrs. Lucy Dean who has been bedfast for three weeks is slowly re covering. Leo Barrett became speech' I icaa a eew nights ago, becamo scared ' ano; hid In the barn. Ho gavo his 'friends quite a fright. J, W. Abrams has gone to Louisville on business. Major Cruso went to Hamilton, O., last week on business pad met his cousin, Joo Purvis, there whom ho had not seen for a long time Tho postofflce of this place has been removed from J. W. Abrams to W. J. Hays. G. J. Wild broke his gasoline mill a few days ago but no one was hurt. School is progressing nicely at Long Branch. Grover Drew is teacher. Clover Bottom, Dec. 11. I Quartet. Since by man came death, by man came alsdlthc resurrection ol the dead. For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive. Rf.c (Hass.) Behold, I tell you a mystery: We shall not all sleep, but we shall all be changed, in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump. I Corinthians xr. ji, j. Air. (Ifass.) The trumpet shall sound, and the dead shalt be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed. For this corruptible must put on incorruption, and this mortal must put on immortality. I Corinthtsns Air (Soprano.) I know that my Redeemer livcth, and that He shall stand at the latter day upon the earth; and tho worms destroy this body, yet in my llesh shall I see God. For now is Christ risen from the dead, the first fruits of them that sleep. Job xU. ,u ,6. corithUn. xr. . Sturgeon, Dec. 11. Estll, tho llttlo son of Mclvln Price, Is very low with pnoumonla fever. Davo Baker, tho stavo man at this placo has sold his stave machinery to Leo Conglcton, and tho work will now bo continued by Jas. Flattery, who will pay J10 per thousand for half barrels, T2o per thousand for eighth barrels, dcllvcr-thousafor tlghth barrels delivered on tho yard Sheridan and Fred Peters who for some tlmo havo been In Ohio and Indiana, returned homo Saturday. Wm. Browor who bought property In Kingston has recently moved his family mid Is now back winding up bis business and will Icavo for home, Tuesday. Jan. Flan-er- y purchased a pair of fine mules on Tcrrll's Creek U10 jwst week. Several peoplo In and around Sturgeon nttended Court at Booncville, Monday. Deputy Sheriff, Will Gentry, has been vory busy for some tlmo summoning men on tho Grand Jury. Monroo Reynolds of Berea, who Is at this placo having his eyes treated Is planning to return borne, Tuesday. Ruv. MIm Annlo Powell's father arrlvo this week to bo hero for somo tlmo. He will preach In tho Chapel next Sunday morning. J. 0. llawllngs baa had a neat and commodious porch built around his house. With bo many Improvements our town presents a beautiful appearance. Our winter school will open tho first Monday of January. Tho work Will Include alt grades from tho primary to first year high school. Good board In pleasant homes can bo promised at moderato prices. Our largo well lighted and heated school rooms and well trained teachers should attract thoso desiring to pursuo studies during tho winter months In this placo. WAdKltSVII.I.K Wagersvlllo, Dec. 11 A. B.. Kelley Is on tho sick list. Misses Ella Park and Mary Wilson aro visiting relatives In Frankfort, this week. Miss Anna M. Wagers was tho pleasant gu6st of Miss Katherlno Wagors, Sat- ESTILL COUNTY Chorus. Worthy is the limb that was slain, and hath redeemed us to God by His blood, to receive power, and riches, and wisdom, and strength, and honor, and glory, and blessing. Blessing and honor, glory and power; be unto Him that sitteth upon the throne, and unto the Lamb, for ever and ever. Amen. Revelation v u. xv. 52, 53. i. The Audience Is requested to stand during the singing of the chorus. 29th. of Nov. at Snider, and was picked up early In the morning by tho section men. Ho was sent to his homo at Paris, for burial. Mrs. M. Sims continues quito ill. Mrs. E. C. Saylor who was visiting in this section last week, returned to her homo in Borea, Sunday. Tho Messrs. J. W. and J. H. Lambert and Willie Coyle attended Court at Mt. Vernon, last Monday.-- J. 11. Lambert recently purchased u farm from Mrs. Mary Wren for five hundred dollars. Mr. and Mrs. John Huff are planning to inovo to Richmond some time soon. Tho Rev. Childress was called as pastor to Fair view church for tho coming year. S. B. McCluro resigned as Sunday School Sunt. Mrs. Wm. Rich is acting supt., at present. Mrs. Jessie Smith and Talltha Coyle mado a business trip to Berea, Saturday. Mrs. MatUo Gadd of Rockford visited relatives near Boone, Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wren return ed home a few days ago after a pleas ant visit with friends at Winchester. T. Wren of Nina visited relatives and friends in and near Boone a few days last week. Geo. Poynter was visiting at Nina, a few days last woek. Tho Rev. J. W. Lambert and wife wero Berea visitors, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wren made a busi ness trip to Berea one day last week. Sam Lambert recently purchased a cow and calf from Mrs. Mary Woodall or Berea at the price of flftyflvo dol lars. Lyda Levett visited Miss Eth el Young, Sunday. A. D. Lovett made a business trip to Berea last Tuesday. Pal Owens, who has boen sick, Is ablo to be out again. Sunday, to see his son? Alford Calla-ba- n will leave in a few days for Jackson County. JOHN ETTA Isaacs, ISAACS. Dec. 7. We aro ROCKCASTLE COUNTY having lots VflLUIK Wildio, Dec. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Crawford of Brodhcad visited Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Brannaman last week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Itance Coffey, Nov. 22, a flno girl. Alfred Wood who is in school at Berca, visited home folks from Saturday until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Coffey ol freezing weather and wheat sown late looks very dry. It. E. Taylor has sold to F. Cornelius a piece of land. Miss Suslo Watson who Is leaching at Gray Hawk visited her sinor, Mrs. Sarah Davis, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Tillle York, teacher at Greenhall, visited homo folks, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Mattlo Den-haof Moores Creek, visited rela tives on Pigeon Roost, Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Purkey and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Allen visited at the homo of Mr. H. C. Davis, Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hacker were the guests of Mrs. Jano York, Sunday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Davis, a fine boy, recently. The debating society has broken up at Pigeon Roost John Moore has purchased part of Geo. Field's farm, and is fixing to move to it. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Denham are expecting to spend the winter at Ettowa, Tenn. Maulden, SIAULDKN Dec. 11. visited friends at Dlsputanta from Saturday until Sunday. Miss Clydo Lair of near Mt, Vernon visited friends at Wlldle last week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charllo Parsons, a girl, Nov. 30th. Mr. andMrs. Harry Huston of Hazel Patch visited Mr. Coloman Burdetto from Saturday unwho til Monday. J. H. Reynolds, has been sick for some time, is slowly improving. Ebb Burdette of Wlldle Is reported very sick at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Hamilton of Illinois arrived hero Dec. 7th for an extended vlBlt with their "many friends. , BOONE Boono, Dec. 10. Robert, tho little son of Mr .and Mrs. John Richmond, Is very low at this writing. Thero ie James little hope of bis recovery. Wadkins, a brakeman on arelght ' train, was killed on tho night of tho Johnetta, Dec 11. Mrs. Mary Shell Is suffering severely with a felon. Vornlo Gabney, who has been away for tho last two weeks, through Eastern Kentucky and V"6st Virginia, has returned to Johnetta. Mose Anglln of Clear Creek was at Johnetta, Fri day, on business. Miss Annlo Sexton of Climax visited at Johnetta last Saturday and Sunday Miss Alice Sexton was at Climax, shopping last woek. J. W. Chastoen was in Mt. Vernon last week on business. Mr. Bright Chasteen and wife, who havo been visiting at tho Ford, havo returned homo. Marlon Abney and wlfo of Richmond aro visiting relatives here. Henry Abney was at Clear Creek, Sunday. Llttlo Albert Shell who has had a very bad jaw Is somewhat better. Tho work at Johnetta is starting up rapidly, Bob Harnett, son of Jim Burnett, and Miss Vaughn, Nellie daughter of John Vaughn, wero married, Thursday. Miss Virginia Carpenter's Bcbool at this placo will close, Dec. 22, and sho will return to Berca where sho will enter school this winter. Frank Shell and family visited Jack Balanger, Sat urday night, OWSLEY COUNTY TKAVKLKKH ItKHT. Travelers ReBt, Dec. 7. Mr. S. I". Caudlll has moved to his farm In Powell County. D. 11. Wilson mado ecting a dwelling on tho property to II. C. Brewer and Is to movo soon. 11. A. Hughes LOCUST BRANCH who has been traveling over tho Locust Branch, Dec. 8. Thero will southeastern states for somo tlmo Is expected home about the 10th tt bo preaching services, tho third Saturday and Sunday, conducted by U10 this month. Rov. Lunsford. I am glad to say CLAY COUNTY our school Is progressing nicely with EDITORIAL NOTE largo attendance. Thanksgiving was Tho Citizen has correspondence this spent pleasantly. Hunting was all tho week from Vino, Clay County, which Ko with tho young men. Quite a wo cannot publish owing to tho fart heavy snow fell hero Sunday afterthat It la not signed by tho wrlt-- r. noon. Tho farmers are about dono Will thoso wishing news published gathering corn around here. Erby pleaso observo our regulations prlnt- - lllcknell and family visited Mrs. F. 11. Campbell, Sunday Thero was a od at tho top of these columns? reboot exhibition at tbo Blcknrll lUUlNINCi M'lllMlH tchool house Thanksgiving. All reMrs. ported a fine titne. Mrs. Sarah CampBurning Springs, Dec. 11 Mary Jones and sister, Sophia Clarka- - bell and family took dinner with Mr. ton, wore thrown from a mulo and Jeff Gontry, Thanksgiving. A turkey tho latter had a small bono In her dinner was served and all enjoyed tho arm broken. Both aro recovering day. rapidly. Mm. James. Clarkston left Bags. last week to Join her husband lu Do not throw your wornout ho la employed. Tho Hamilton, where bag away, but cut It In round many friends of Lloyd Beglcy aro In- or oval pieces and uio tbem as mats terested to learn of his rapid recov to put under flower pots. ery from tho severe gun shot wound received somo tlmo ago whllo out TitK hunting. Word has been received POPULAR from ElUha Thompson of Walsoto MECBAMCS r, that makra that his wifo is very sick. Her Nancy, has gono to bo with her. mora fnnclnntlntf Dr. 0. O. Maggard will return this wan week to resume his dental work. spend-in- c Lindsay Murray returned after somo tlmo with his father in "warrrrx so you can Covington, Ind. A Farmers' Institute VAOtmiAHO IT" A CHEAT Continue Story ! lUWcU'i under the auspices of tho Woman s "Proaress which y i may ltgin reading it Improvement club will bo hold hero any time, and vh' uiil liold your Interest forever, it runnk.g in holidays. All who aro in durlne tho terested In farming, fruit culture, gar dening and forestry can not afford Are you reading It? Two milllnn of your to Btay away. A lunch will bo served neighbor r c. l It li the favorite nijauw by tho ladies of the club. Thanks In tIiouirc.i ol the best American home. It appeals lo tJI chnrr old and young men giving was a red lottcr day for our and women those, who know and thoso who want to know. schools. Everyono and their friends SOO PICTURCS lao fCCS CH MONTH wero present to enjoy tho exercises SOO AKTICLCS OF OCNtaAl. INTUIKST In tho morning, the The "Shop Nottt" Department CO pa km) by tho scholars give eay wan to do thinga-bo- w lo make feast at noon and tho addresses uiciut article lor home and ahop, repaira, etc. "Amil.uf Meekanlca M (10 paet) tella how to by tho patrons In tho evening. Mrs. make Ma ion furniture, wlrelejaoutfita, boats, John Hcnsley of Laurel Creek con ensine. magic, and aU the thtnga a boy lovea. tt.ao rzn year, sinolc coma n ccnts tinues to bo very sick. Her many hopo for a sjiecdy waiTK roai rate saaapui copy today anxious friends T. C. McUanlcl has begun IOrULAR MECHANICS CO. ' tho erection of a largo well planned Hot-Wathot-wat- er J. O. Brown Is er- urday night and Sunday-rM- r. and Mrs. John M. Arvlne wero tho gtlests of tliu former's father, Mr. O. W, Arvlne, Saturday night and Sunday. gavo Mr. and Mrs. Ilnrvo Gabbard tho young folks a party Friday night of lost week. All report an enjoyable time. Flnley Peters camo home, Saturday after a week's visit In Owsloy Co. Mr. and Mrs. Simp Warford and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Wilson wore tbo guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wagers, Saturday nIBht and Sunday. U II. Flynn entertained a number of old folks, Saturday night. Pleas Noland and sister, Bottle, wero tho guests of Miss Florence Cox from Friday till Sunday. Magazine Fact ws-te- Fiction 1 Popular Mechanics Magazine " Thero was preaching at Wm. Melton's, Saturday night and Sunday, by Rev. EdMiss Rachel Holcomb and wards. Hobart Holcomb were the welcomo guests of Miss Maggie and Cynthia A Sale ;: :; foiMen disposal ;; ;: CLIMAX Baker Climax, Dec. U. Braddock of Climax Is very poorly with dropsy. Dr. Lewis is the attending "physician. Aunt Sophy Holllngsworth is still on the sick list. Thomas Dunn lost his houso and all his household goods last week by fire. Elijah Croutcher's wlfo dlod last weok and was laid to rest in the Climax cemetery. Mr. Croutcher and tho llttlo children havo the heartfelt sympathy of all. Old undo Abney Ballinger is still very poorly and 1 not expected to recover. CONWAY 100 Men's and Young Men's This Season's Winter Suits and Overcoats left for quick While they last buy $10.00 and $14.00 values for $5.00 to $8.50 SPECIAL PRICES ON SHOES, HATS, SHIRTS, MEN'S PANTS AND HOSIERY. Do not miss this sale for winter wearing apparel. 3 db. i dole Dec. 10. W. T. Dalton Conway, will soon havo bis new houso completed. J. H. Bowman went to Mt. Vornon on business, Saturday. Eld. J. N. Culton preached hero on tho first Sunday night of this month. Mrs. Sam McClure, who has been Very sick is somewhat better. John Wood spent a night with homo folks last week Misses Ida and Elizabeth Saylor took dinner with Mrs. Alice Bowman last Monday on their way back to school at Berea. Robert Dalton Is working at tho saw mill for Hurst and Mink. II. H. Dalley has rented a houso and lot la Conway. Harvey Bowman stayed all night with his brother, Henry, last Monday, on his way back from Richmond Court. J. A. Wood has completed a new barn. Wm. Hayes went to Berea, a business trip to Booncville, Wednesday. Clay Smith has a splendid display of Christmas goods and it seems that any one could content themselves with a cliolco at bis counters. S. P. Caudlll received a splen Nn.8438. did baseball uniform as a Christ-ma- s tlepurtof the condition of the llerea National Ilank.at llerea, In the state of Kentuekyc present from Robert G. Botner, Hi the close of business, Iee, O, 1011. RESOURCES. who Is at Fort Sheridan, 111. Millard $102,400.03 Botner has gono to Roaderfleld, W. Loans and Discounts . 1 1 1 oo I 1 oo Va., whore bo expecta to mako IiIm 1,001.0 J uveruruiis, secured uuu uunecureu homo. Miss Ethel Minter from 25,000.00 Bonds to securo circulation U. S. future 7,800.00 Banking house, furniture and iixtures Wblto Oak and Dudley Wilson visit 3,000.00 ed Miss Mattlo Ray's school at this Other real astute owned 33,027,40 placo, Thursday and Mr. Wilson deDue from approved reserve agents 1,080.32 Checks aud other cash items livered an Interesting discourse on 1,010.00 Notes of other National Banks tho subject, "Relation of parents and 180.03 Fractional Faper Currency, Nickels, and Cents. . . . Teacher Messrs. A. J. Creech, Mack Lawful Monet Reserve in Bank viz: Strong and S. P. Caudlll aro planning S7.070 15 Specie to enter school again this winter. Legal-tende- r 1,181 0,157.10 notes Mr. Creech will enter Berea College Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent of and Messrs. Strong and Caudlll will 1.260.00 circulation) onter tho State Normal at Richmond. 180,205.45 W. T. Cecil will uiovo to Wild Dog Total in a few days whero ho Is employed liabilities .125,000.00 Capital stock paid in by tho English Co Rev. Walter Tho 14,000.00 mas, a Jew, preached at the PresbySurplus fund Undivided Profits, less Expenses and Taxes paid.. 1,031.80 terian church hero. Saturday and Sua- .' 25,000.00 National Bank notes outstanding da. 120,1 13, DO Individual deposits subject to check INLAND CITY 250)0 Certified Checks Island City, Doc. 8. D. A. Camp bell has Just bought a now saw and 180,205.45 Total grist mill. O. J. Gentry and W. Maya State of Kentucky, Couuty of Madison, ft: havo Just returned from an extended I, J. L. Gay, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear Doc. that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. trip to Atlanta', Gu Married 1st, Henry Huff to Miss Emma Hud J. L. Qay, Cashier. son. Good luck to tbo young couple. Correct Attest: J. V. Fowler, W. A. Hammond, D. N, Welch Directors. E. Bell of Doo Creek, got bis barn Subscribed and sworn to before me this 0th day of December, 1011 turned a few ntghts ago. Two head II. C. Wolf, Notary Tublie. THE . Berea National Bank. "