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FAULKNUt, MaMfw Mlmd at IU rod ofet at Ptrta, rlajt JTf , at ttctnd Pe-voted- THE CITIZEN tlie Intereste to BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, DECEMBER 21, 1911 KaewlHte way to ke kaowledce k pcwer aal tktt k up wltk rMfera to rea4a (Mi of ttiip iMIoujataLiri People aeyisaper. Vol. XIII. Fire cents a cop. .One Dollar's year. No. 25 " HURRAH FOR TAFT Christmas Sale MEN'S SUITS . AND. About the third year of eaeh president's term a crop of rival candidates spring up, and it seems for a time as though bo never could be elected to a second term. Here is' President Taft, who has managed the affairs of his great office with signal ability, and with, out a taint of selfishness. And he is being abused on the one side by the high-tarif- f man and the "stand-patters,- " and on the other hand by the low" tariff men and the "Insurgents." Does not that show that be has kept the middle course which is really beat for the No Matter What Your Occupation This -- Bank Can Serve You may be that time you will IT the assistancesome bank can render.need 'this If you are depositing your money here and transacting your business with us, you may be assured of our friendly consideration at all times. Evcry man, today, has a good chance to a competance in twenty-fiv- e years or less If he saves. An account with this bank will provide an excellent plan of layingaside that portion of your earnings not needed for immediate use. We pay 4 interest on time deposits. t country? OVERCOATS Q Instead of waiting until after Xmas to cut the prices on Men's Clothing we do it now. And when we think of it few administrations have left more last, ing benefits to the world. lie has established the principle of pub. licity for corporations, and expert commissions for revision of ,tho tariff, and these are foundations on which all future progress must rest. He has advanced the cause of peace, he has maintained tho honor of our country abroad, and prosperity at home. Hurrah for Tnft. larp ' 'i THE REFORM AGAINST NATURE is the name Dr. Holland gave to the effort to make women We are all so much "in favor of the ladles" that we don't quite know what to say when we are asked if women ought to be classed wHh children and idiots and denied the right of suffrage, and yet wo feel, deep down, thai there is something wrong with such This vote. Berea Bank & Trust Co. ANDREW ISAACS, Pres. J. W. STEPHENS, JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier. Vlce-Pre- i. Every Man's Suit and Overcoat in our stock , is included in this sale, including the world famous Hart, Schafther (Dj Marx Suits. Get our prices before you buy your suit K7 R R. COYLE liavo no objection to laughter, even If you havo to laugh at mo, for I havo been laughed at beforo many times and 1 can stand It. Loyalty to Government Weill I want to take my cuo this morning from ono or two facta and one or two texts. Tho first fact is s POLITICAL IDEALS GEO. W. CABLE ADDRESSES BEREA STUDENTS Mr. President, Ladles and Gentlemen of tho Faculty, and young men and young women and follow boys: .1 i) ington, and many governors, senators Inaugurating her governor, and naturand citizens paid him high tribute. Mr. Harlan is said to have participatally since wo aro trying to bo up ed In tho consideration of more cast with tho times tho. Impulse will bo to sneak of tho date, to speak to than any other man ever a member of the Supremo court) over seven huni too fact of today; to spoalc concern log our relations to government. dred cases In all. And so I fall back to tho text Just BRADLEY AND TAFT At the same time nmong prosperous Americans there are probaread, which, to bo perfectly frank Senator Bradley la rccognlfd as bly more idle, extravagant and selfish women than anywhere else in with you, was siggostcd by myself; u the Taft leader of Kentucky. He Is MAINE RECOVERED the world. busy organizing the State for perfect-ln- g Uxt that Ucrca particularly needs to Portions of the wrecked battleship bear In mlud, and a text in obedience details to send a sfrong delega- Maine are? to be donated to cities, to which IJerca has furnished a tion to tho noxt national convention. Lsocletles and survivors of the wreck YOU CAN-Y- OU MUST eupcrb, a shining example: "Header, With tho Administration working of tho 'great calamity. Careful InYou can get one child into school at Berea this winter. unto Caesar tho things that aro Caethrough him and tho stato organiza- vestigation of the ship as it was reYou have been prospered enough so you can do it. And the child is sar's" let mo modcrlnzo that a llt- tion prospering under his hand Sen- covered seem to finally prove that to go. tlo - Hondor unto government tho ator Uradley is tho. dominant Republi- the Maine was destroped by an exthings which aro government's and can figure of Kentucky. plosion outside the vessel. Thero has. unto Cod tho things that aro God'. RED1STIUCT1NG STARTED long been a question as to whether NOW OR NEVER The redisricting committee appoint- It had been sunk by an accidental Free Speech You can get a term of school at Berea thir winter, Do it; for ed during last legislature to report to j explosion Inside or whether ltv had. Keep tho law. Know tho scheme of you will never be younger. we next nas noa several sessions ana ' been blown up by tho Spanish. The your government. Know that you Mvo reached Bomo conclusions. The present Republic ot'Cuba Is to, have part of. by tho consent of tho minority in report, against which many protests the wreck to be placed In a monu-wl- ll tho will of tho majority provided bo mado, affects nearly forty j ment to be erected In Havana. FOR WINTER TERM' that It shall bo frequently reconsider- ably as Christ, but always indomita counties. ed and that thcro shall bo free bly, aa indomitably as Christ, Insist .CONGRESS WILL REST POULTRY EXHIBIT speech, free prcis, free discussion, ing on truth and Justice, God's truth Extensive Preparations, to Receive The two houses of Congress adjourn and Cod's Justlco and God's lovo to The first' annual exhibition of the Large Numbers In all Departments froo conviction from ono end of tho Contral Kentucky Poultry Association this week Thursday for a two weeks v of the Institution. land to tho other, so that truth mny all men. waa "held In Winchester last week. recess. The service pension bill, tho .grow and that tho truth though Government Worth Something peo-pl- o Secretary Morton has received iuoro Mr. Porry M. Shy, Its secretary. Is urgent deficiency bill, the question listen to Prcsidunt Frost telling Crushed to earth may rise again. As Now I havo got quite away from working hard for a stato poultry of tho Russian treaty, and various am; who and what I am. 1 feel as If a great Bcholar over in Talo has lato-i- y what I lntoodcd to say first and I am dollar deposits than ever bofcro, congress-me- n tho Collcgo authorities aro making board and a poultry building on the investigations will keep the ho had made, mo as big and fat aa a said in print: "While It Is very going back to it. I am going to speak busy until tlmo toigo home for , all posslblo efforts to accommodate stato fair grounds. hippopotamus, as big and fat as ono truo that truth crushed to earth will of tho bcncflccnco of government. I students Christmas. LINCOLN INSTITUTE and classes 'for tho winter, of thoso mlrrors makes you when you riso again, yet wo havo a duty to am going to modwell on that for MEXICAN EARTHQUAKE bpcclal attractions of tho Normal Saturday Uo cornerstones of two walk up to It and you find that your fulfil to truth, a duty of upholding It ment for It will lead mo back to Department seem likely to cause great dormitories for tho Lincoln Insti A widespread head la about tho slzo of an, ordinary because, whllo truth crushed to earth whoro I pauso now. I doubt It ono earthquake shook of great overflow there, and tho class- tute wcro laid, near Shelbyvllle. Tho Mexico last Saturday. Tremors were ' flour barrel. will rise-- again, says Lounsbury so you men has ever sufficiently realized Well now, last night wo were- to- - will falsehood." Think of It a mo how much llko God a good govern es in agriculture, by Prof. Clark, are cornerstone for one was laid by Mr. felt throughout tho country, though er for mirth. This morning I ment. It will amuso you, but it will ment Is; how nearly next to our duty being understood, so that a largo num Eckstein Norton, of Now York, a no great loss of life has been reber of farmers' boys aro coming for trustee; whllo Principal Thomson ported. President Madero watched tho you to Indulge mo In a good impress you. Truth crushed to earth tn find ntir fllltv tn irnvnmmnnf la- laid that of tho other building. A terrified crowds with laughter, apmore earnestness of mind than win nso again, but so will falsehood, how vastly benign aro lta influences. tho winter term. you wcro aaked to show last night. And falsehood Is doing It, and you To begin with, the great cast baso- - party of representative people from parently enjoying tho spectacle. You have aostofflco in Ucrca. You Loulsvlllo and other parts of tho If I happen accidentally and by mis- - know It is doing It, all tho tlmo. fio sco tho PENSION AND POLITICS letters como by bagsful and tnont dining room at tho boarding .. . )nl. , .nH nn ... n U I u.u uj auiuvuiuiji nuiuiuu i intro aro groat places, great men, go by bagsful. Multiply that by every nan is ready, so that 140 more pooplo state attended tho excrclees. Ono of tho pending bills now In OAS ACCIDENT great women, great Institutions that town tho slzo of Ucrca and larger can oo seated thcro. Tho great dairy tho hands of tho Sonate is the A landslide near ML Sterling dis stand for tho maintenance of truth than Ucrca, and by every village of barn, which has been built with bor jointed tbo ten Inch gas main that Sherwood "Dollar a day" pension bill. whljo falsehood crushed to oarth rises this stato and then by every stato rowed money, Is now In use. CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE It would add to tho expense of tho This was again but rises to do with Itself of tho union. Multiply thoso bags by vrecieu principally to make certain fuppllcs Winchester and Lexington government from 130,000,000 to 50,- FIRST PAGE and left hundreds of pcoplo without what truth nover does that is gradu the number of letters In those bags, that tho good and cheap board, for COO.000. Tho bill Is a political sop Political Ideals-Ca- ble. ally, littlo by Uttlo, aa tho wheels of multiply tho number of lotters in which Boroa is famous, could bo light and heat for sevoral hours. Peo-j.- le for votos. It is understood that PresiEditorials. rushed to restaurants and hotels, progress movo on, gradually to com thoso bags by tho words 'of love, luawiainca m splto of tho rlso in to find that thoy wcro alsoaffected, dent Toft is not In. favor of the InFor Winter Term. mit suicide. That is what falsehood counsel and .help and stimulation and toot 01 provisions, creased expenditure and will veto In Our Own Stato. and many peoplo bad to retire for tho docs. And ono of thoso Institutions, truth and courago that aro In thoso For school rooms tho rear norttnnn tho night bill If it reaches hjja fn tho shapo News of tho Week. hungry and cold. aud ono of thoso spots of earth that letters and consider what a blessing of Ttttum's grocery storo and tn which the House. It la Robert's SECOND PAGSS stands llko a llghthouso on a cliff, It Is to you, to you, becauso to so uieai Bnop have boon fitted up, and all expect a lively tlmo January third, generally believed that a pension bill News. Conoral , testifying to tho truth, holding it many millions upon millions, what a two more very spacious brings votes for the administration. rooms will It would bo woll for everybody Christinas Homo Song. to as high as llborty holds tho torch In blessing It Is to you that thcro is lw mado out of tho UNCLE SAM'S' FOREIGN TRADE brick building read tho announcement of the Col THIRD PAGE New York harbor, is Ucrca College such a thing lu tho United States u uio itienmond plko which The foreign commerce of the Unithas lego on paga seven. A Christmas Alias. and Berea town. as tho Unltod States postoffico dopart- - been occupied as a hardware storo, ed States in tho year about to end. FOUHT1I PAGE To provldo for tho hardware stnro liicnt, which has boon doing your bid Will Berea be True. will show an'lncreaso of over 200. Vacation Socials. Do not supposo that I havo come ding at a loss every year from 1833 tho "old hotel building1' next the Stamp Out. CoisumptioM million dollars when compared with, Tho Messiah. bore to speak soft words to throw to 11)10, and this year, (according to bank, long occupied by Mr. Porter, tho Immediately preceding year and: By Buying Missions Mado Interesting. bouquets to you. I am speaking what yesterday's report,) for the first tlmo la being thoroughly modernlted and a larger total than In any earlier.- Locals. 1 say In praise, of IJerca Cross Christmas Seals year of our commerce. Imports, whllo Collcgo and since 18S3 has covered expenses. covorod with Iron as a protection FIFTH PAGE flro. Mr. Porter has moved tbo Dorea Idea bocauso, I was going Think of it! falling below those of 1910 in tho. History of Rod Cross Seals. I might sit down and glvo you a hla office to the building Immediate to say I, but no, bocauso tho world, earlier months, have, In tho closing, ly south. SIXTH PACE Is afraid that you will forgot IL Tho half hour to think of tho beneficence, period of the year shown a marked . Christmas Trocs. Additional dormitory rooms for world Is afraid that Berea will not tho dlvino bcnovolcnce, of tho post increase, indicating "that. Ihe total) Poem Christmas In Old Times. reallzo her Importance in tho world office department to a great nation. young men will bo fitted up In the for the year will differ but littlo from . and hor linportanco to human truth Thou add to this thought of tho post two business places on tho Richmond SEVENTH PAGB that of. 1910, which made tho highest and Justlco, God'a Justice. How como offico department a like thought of Pike and tho old hotel building on record In the history of tho Import Serial Story lilies Staudlsh. you to bo tho superb and growing every other department of this vast Main Street, and two good donriltor-l- s trade. Exports aru larger than in any Markets. for young women will bo providand thriving institution you are? It government earlier year, aud manufactures exEIGHTH PAOB RED CROSS SEALS FOR SALE ed In tho Dodge and Duncan houses. Base to Wrong Government is bocauso of tho idea ou which you Eastern Kentucky News. At Berea Drug Co., The Racket Store ported also make their highest re In all dopartnieuta minor ropalrs And yet, and yet, am I telling the started. It is tho idea on which you cord, reaching approximately l ballon i anq Mrs. Dakar's The VlUago Blacksmith. ly, peaceably, always peaceably, poaeo- aro In actlvo progress, and wo may (Continual on Fifth Pgt) Hurry Up. dollars in the calendar year 1911, EACH Preparing for Citizenship that tho Stato of Kentucky is today la a moving Bight to mo to stand beforo this solid bank of mascullno faces preparing for citizenship, my mind and my heart nro full of auci- Uon Who and What tho sanid question you aro asking yourselves. Who and what aro theso to beT Whcro and which Is tho Lincoln of tho futuro among theso Kentucky boys? Wboro and which is tho Jack son or tho Clay or any other great Southerner of tho times forever gone? Whcro 'U tho Washington or tho Jefferson of this solid bank of boys and young men from Southern states? Wo do not know, I am not before you aS a prophet. I can foretell you nothing, and I feel only inado smaller by tho superb and overstated praises that havo been spoken for mo by tho President of Ucrca. Thoro Is a ludicrous sldo to 1L Did you over soo in tho museum or anywhere clso, ono of thoso comical full longth mirrors up to which you walk and suddenly find yourself growing fat as Daniel Lambert or the President of tho United States? Well, that is tbo way 1 foci when 1 havo to It is that women are good enough to vote, and smart enough to vote, but they don't need to vole and don't want to vote. Voting is man's business, and he votes to represent his "women folks" as much as himself. Manhood suffrage means that every family is represented, the rich and the poor. Manhood suffrage gives a result that will be sure to stand because it has force behind it. We don't want any temperance law till it has a majority of men behind it. Women have influence in politics whenever they see reason for using it, and influence is greater than the ballot. The greatest man baa only one vole the same as the most ignorant but he. has more influence. And thousands votes. And this influence Is all the'greater because it Is nn unself.nh Influence she Becks no office for herself. If woman had to vote all bad woman would vote, the total Vote would bo doubled, tho labor and excitement of election would be doubled and the result seldom changed. But the deep objection is that woman suffrage would diminish tho importance of the family and iucrease the importance of the individual. Now the family is the unit in the state. Many things tend to diminish the life of the family in our times. We believe that the family is the most fundamental thing in human happiness. And the family it quires the cooperation of man and woman, each bearing a part. To make woman into man is truly a reform against nature. ' All the same there are some men too mean to be entrusted with the rights of a husband .aud head of a family. We know men who have borrowed money to go to school on from the the girl they were engaged to, and then jilted her. We know men that gave pigs and calves to their wives to raise, promising them the animals when sold, and then disappointed them. We know men that marry jromen wilh property. Now women's voting would not cure such tyranny, but better laws and better public sentiment will cure It, and it is going to be cured. arguments. The fact IN OUR OWN STATE NEWS OFJE WEEK Russian Treaty Will End The BatRace for Spealrer Justice Harlan tleship Maine Christmas for Condistricting Senator B r ad I e gress Earthquake In Mexico Poultry Exhibition Committee Sherwoop Pension Bill Our ForLincoln Institute Growing Gas eign Trade. .Main Broken. yRt CONTEST FOR SPEAKER two leading candidates for speakership In tho next Legislature aro Claud Tcrrill, of Oldham County, and Harry A Schobtrth, of Woodford County. Mr. Terrlll is reckoned the administration candidate, whllo Mr. to Schobcrth. heads tho opposition tho stato organization. Tho race will become oven warmer as tho tlmo for the nominating caucus In Frankfort approaches. Tho HARLAN HONORED Recently a memorial to the, lato Justice Harlan was observed In Wash- TO CANCEL TREATY WITH RUSSIA In 1S32 a treaty was agreed to by tho United States and Russia which established between, tho two nations, "a reciprocal liberty of commerce and navigation." For forty years no question arose; then Russia began to discriminate against admitting Into Russia American Jews, Roman Catholics and Protestant missionaries. Hus-slhas the right to exclude such classes as may be undesirable, but the question Is whether she has the right to so construe this commercial treaty as to secure tho result. Presl-- . dent Taft has served a carefully worded notlco on Russia of the intention to abrogate or cancel tho treaty, by giving the necessary, one year's notice, and has asked tho Sonata to ratify too action. This has been done, the Lodgo resolution being unanimously sustained. af ea-g- er - 1 Y ' ' Kti , OM CUT 'i V Pf Two. THE CITIZEN. FOUR McCreary Governor For Second Time Augustus K. 'ceased Wlllson to be governor nt noon Tuc any ana .inmcn 11. Mccreary was sworn In as his successor In ofllco few minutes later. The ertmony took ptaco in the cnpltol In thn presence of thousands of person", representing or "action of Kentucky. Chief Jus i "Jtice j. r. itonson, 01 mo Kentucky Court of Appeals, administered the oath of office, after which (lor Mo Crenry turned nnd shook hands warm December 21, 1911 The Citizen family newspaper for all that la right true and interetting. aftibllahed every Thursday Brm, Kr. COMMISSIONED FIRST ACT OF OOV. McCREARY OSCAR OOZEMAN TO BE HIS ISYENOGRAPHER. COL.THOS. SMITH IS SECRETARY BEREA PUBLISHING CO. I. (Incorporated) P. Faulkner, Editor ana Manager. Subscription Rates PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. One year Rlx Months Thro Month! Ilrg-ltore- ...ttN S 84 Sand money by Poet onion or Express Honey Order, Draft. Letter, or one and two cml stamps. Th dale oiler your nuns on Vlbe4 (hows to what date your suUrcrtptlon Is pid. If It Is not etuuigrd within three week .ttar,retwal notify us. Mtaalnir numbers will ho (hull? eupplled we are notified. tf Fin premiums cheap, with sub rerlpUons And prompt roaawnis. Send for rremlum UsU Liberal terms given to any one who obtain new subscription for us. Any on ending us four yearly sutcrlptkni can receive Tb Cttlxen free for bJmoalf for one year. Adverttstna rata on application. n-- ir . Was the First of the Newly Elected Officera to Take. Oath Was In the Governor's n -- i . . . i . imr.. ruv.ic wiiivc Tho first net of tho now! he? had taken tho oath"" of office, was to appoint four Colonels on his personal staff. Me appointed Chns. II. Norton. Wllllntn Tholhelnier and lludy fugl. of Louisville, nnd John McXnbb, of Lexington. The com- missions hnd been made out by Dr. lien I nrunncr, Secretory of State, nnd were lying on tho Governor's desk when he went to hls'offlco, after shaking hands with thousands of people. take The first of tho new officers-tthe outh of office was Col. Thomas Smith, of Richmond, the Governor's prlvnte secretary. Col. Smith wns sworn In ns secretary by Miss Minnie Lee McDnnlcls, of the Secretary of State's office. The oath was admin Krankfprt. Gorernor after KallKZix - vM nrfnln 1p MEMBER OF hnArt . U LlnWlArf A fmt nerevw ud and dovm tno worla tno rGslltsss fedt mav rod m. of fellowshlb o'nd When comes tha'time ofholly-leave- s, rtn. , j j mams mar giory oi mo any ine c.nmtrcnua camo to o arm n all about and all around on mountain, plain,! and foam, tii i ini - i The hearty singinghomo aaln tlWhoart Is'slnglng hoine., KBNTOCKT PRESS ASSOCIATION. Tbc lire (lend loves an overheated I Governor James 8. McCreary. ono-tlm- c furnace. Manchus nnd pigtails are going out of fashion In China. In feminine istered lies. In the Governor's private of- - The rubber gown Is the latest thine tpparcl Rubber! Buffalo steaks that go uneaten are utilized as hinges ou barn doors. trade . The cold wave Is n stimulus to particularly trie coal trade If tho pen Is mightier than tio tword where does the typewriter come In: nowadays. Gov. Wlllson. also appointed Roy Wllholt, of Ashland and Ioulsyllle. a ed: Colonel on his staff and the title that he now wears of Colonel. Col. .Minneapolis, which has Invented the Is n coal magnate having a newhobble whisker, may keep it and.wel ly developed mine In Harlan county. come. He has been secretary. t the Railroad Commission for four yiars but It now ' The baby emperor must wonder engaged In developing Eastern Kenwhat is the matter with bis nursery tucky oal mines. Wll-holt Doesn't It beat, anything how mer oury can go down when It set3 start ... JL Last Act of Gov. Wlllson. The last official nit of Gov. Wlllson vnn' to certify to the Rational Congress that tho Kentucky Legislature had npproved the Income tax amendment to the National Constitution. This certificate has been made twice before but there was souiethlng irregular about It each time, llefore he went out of office, however. Gov. Wlllson made two. appointments. He appointed Harrison Simpson a Justice of the peace In Casey.county and Win. Hell, Jr., police Judge of Slmffsnn-vllle- . ly with (icn. Simon Ilollvar Iltiukner, gov confederate veteran and j crnor of Kentucky. Judge Ilobson then t administered the oath to Kdwnrd J McDermott, of Umlsvllle, lieutenant governor, nnd tho latter was warmly congratulated by scores or friends. Thq ceremony throughout wns mnrked by simplicity, but the enthusiasm with which the new governor and lleuten ant governor Were received by tho great throng that packed the stair ways and corridors of the capltol has never been excelled. Mayor Master It the wandervfove! It leads us on bnnonlh tho dreamfnrf Alar. MtbecKonsyus with terriptlng haAds frolrn mny lands afari t lures us where the jlotos drrAm is filled with rlaro dollrfht. jUNfiuides us where theSilent snows gleam through the endless nighti r..L nr. n.U X.. iiu an ...u .L ii n i. ..L uv nvvi wuu yvaiiuur iu iuumjofJi ii. J any a iuiuuui uuiuu. uiif if, tnoxneaxj is sincing home again the. heart' is singing homo.. -- j of' Ceremonies. picture of the past a picture fair arid free old home wherever It may boi , . .. X I run vne waveSvii sings to usi across mo 1.111 anaI piaini TMiaoer .X N.- t.VLlll IT l t brim sf theXfjood A I This weather tempts a man who has broken himself of the whisker habit to start something. Toe dancing Is advised for flat-focd children, whereas a flat (pot Is an excellent help In buck dancing. Astronomers tell us that there Is frost on Mars, but we need not be told that th?re la frost, on this little old earth. An exchange tells us that a noise less typewriter has been brought to light The poor girl must be deaf and dumb. People who have a family of small boys and girls do not need a calendar tn remind them that Christmas la coming. New York, Judge decides that an American's house- - Is bis castle and he has a right to fortify It with a bandy revolver. A Judge says there Is no such thing as old age and proves tt by marrying at the age of 73. Boys will be boys. An Omaha i . Farmer in Connecticut found a lump of gold In a chicken's crop. The nugget Is said to be almost as valuable as a fresh egg. It has been decided the campaign cigars are not Included In New York' new law prohibiting the carriage of weapons. It Medicine Hat has resumed. stands ready to forward all sorts of disagreeable weather to any address, (barges all prepaid. The smugglers who were caught In New York with Jl.000 worth "of glass ryes evidently were blind to the Iniquity of their ways. deadly Street car conductors are to announce the names of streets through horns to save opening the door. They'll be singing tbem next aeronaut committed by Jumping Into tho. English channel a dismal paraphrase' of the prlnclplo. An American suicide It may be possible to catch flsb with noise, as n Harvard professor claims, but most anglers conserve their noise until they have relumed from the aching trip. A (I business man In Toronto baa an stenographer. From Garnett Said To Be Chosen. the point of view of a business, man's An Intimate personal friend of Jas. I proppr age for stewife, that the Garnett, attorney general-elect- , who nographers. was In Frankfort, sold that the ap pointment of a first assistant attorney Connecticut cab iuirsq which was general has been made, but will not by an automobile became destruck spondent aud deliberately committed bo made public for the present. The muu who hns been appointed, it Is -filicide Evidently be figured that fate said, is known widely for his legal was rubbing It In. attainments. Two men could havo had thn appointment had they wanted The price of opium hag dropped as It. Uno or these was Charles it. .Ma result of tho Chinese revolution cDowell, of Danville. The other is EdNow wo know why tho war corre- ward Hlnex of Louisville. Tho truth spondents are slaughtering so many of the report Is coon to be knowa. thousands every day elgbty-ycar-old fort Presbyterian church, to dclltcr Tip Haldeman For Adjutant General. the Invocation. This was followed by music furnished by the Frankfort Col. D. W. Haldeman, Itary band, after which Mayor mil That editor of the Louisville Times,, Introduced Gov. Wlllson. will be offered and will accept the apAdjutant-Genera- l Mayor Introduces New Governor. pointment as of Kentucky In a few weeks, Is the belief of Gov. McCreary was tho next speak those best posted politicians In Frank- er. In Introducing him. Mayor Pols fort. It Is said that Gov. McCreary grove said: will offer the place to Col. Haldeman "'An attempt at flattery or the use of and ,that the Louisville newspaper extravagant words of praise go for man aud former colonel of tho First naught with a mind too great to he Kentucky infantry will accept. Noth- moved by tbc spirit of vanity. Hut be ing has been said to Col. Haldeman llevlng that simple words of truth about the appointment and he has re- should not be omitted always for the fused to discuss the matter, saying he mere sake of modesty, let me say that knew nothing of bis appointment and the people of Frankfort delight to would cross that bridge when he receive, and their servant deems reached it. it the highest privilege of his. life Col. Haldeman is one of the best to present the man In Old known and most popular men in Ken- Kentucky: he, who for the next four great military years Is to be governor, not of any tucky and he has had Experience. He 1h a veteran of the race or clan nor favored classes, but southern confederacy, having served of all the people, of all classes, of this through the civil war with distinction. blessed commonwealth. He was at the head of the Louisville Back to th Good Old Days. regiment of the Kentucky national guard for several xears and built up "And now he has como back to us that organization to, a high state of In 1911, still abreast with the progress efficiency. of civilization, that same measure of fidelity to principle, still true to evenGood Place Yet Astray. , trust and faithful to every friend, has It Is said that tho appointee has not brought together all contending facbeen agreed upon and that an effort tions, led a reunited party to glorious Is belng made to find a man who will victory and consented to glvo tho ben batlsfy Henry Rosworth,tate auditor-elec- t, efit of wise counsel and broad expert who wilt make the appoint- enco in order that Kentucky may rement, and the other lenders or the turn to the good old days of sweet party hnd a prominent part In the tranquillity that existed under his for recent campaign. It Is said that Mrl mer reign, that she may be restored lloaworth Is willing' to appoint a man to tio rightful position of honor In the who helped In the recent Democratic constellation of states nnd become n victory, but the man must be one wb6 still better place to live In. Is acceptable to Mr. Bosworth. "May God bless him and glvo him With nearly, all of tho good places guidance In this, tho crowning achieve under the next administration already ment of his remarkable career." parceled out there yet remains one Applause For New Governor. good position that has not been filled; at least, If It has been tilled, nobody Deafening upplauso greeted Gov, Mcseems to be uble to discover who tho Creary when he arose to bis feet and lucky mnn Is. That place Is Insurance stepped to the front of thn platform, commissioner, one of the best Jobs following Mayor Polsgrove s Introduc at tho capltol. It not only pays well, tlon. but it also offers a man a fine chance "When I was hero before as your to land In a good business position governor," he began, "I loved the peo after tho four years' work for the ple of Frankfort and Kentucky, and state is finished, now that I bavu come back 1 love you possibly more." A burst of music followed the last Reception Held By Governor. After tho inaugural ceremonies ed beside him, announced that he was were over and the now Governor had .ready to take the oath o' office. taken the oath of office, Gov. Mc- Croary and Lieut. Gov. McDermott Signal Honor for Wlllson. held u public reception in the handAugustus K. Wlllson went to Washsome state reception room In the Capington City to attend it memorial itol. Gov. Wlllson, the retlrlug meeting In honor of the lato Justlco received with Gov, McCreary M, Harlan, which was Satand they wero assisted by Col. Thos. John In the Capltol and Gov.held urday Wlllson Smith, Gov, McCreary's secretary and was selected to preside over the meetthe state officials. ing. Pols-grovbest-loveGov-emo- r, James H. Polsgrove, mayor of Frank fort, ncted ns master of ceremonies in the capltol building. After (Sov. Will- son, Governor-elec- t McCreary, Lleuten McDermott and oth ers of distinction had mounted to the flag covered platform that had been erected immediately under the dome on the second floor of the capltol, 'Mayor Polsgrove called on the Rev. Dr. J. R. Zelgler, pastor of tie Frank Wherever upand downthe world the restless feet may roarn kl. nUn IUn nr.nln W man in cvcrV place there comes thoL hauntlnrf sonrft a glory chftint. in cadence full and strong. ,whosleeps upon nis arms, Before tho UrelessMbo, io bends above his desK. tho coaxing strains mustKnow.' For, sweeter n the clQYer-tangt)drips from" honey comb. The heart Is singmg homoogatn yhcart is singing homer llK at u Pulling For Brother. Senator Josh It. Catlett, of Princeton, who Is u holdover Democratic member of tho upper brunch at the coming session of the leglHluture, Is Interested In the race of his brother, Sam O. Catlett, who i i. cundldute Sam for doorkeeper of the Muate. was cloakroom "keeper or the senate nt tho last session and made many friends by his uniform courtesy and iiccoinmodutlng manners. He Is opmy alge. posed by Jumen McDonald, of Henry 12 noon. It wuz too bad about county, aud Dave Haley, o' lluona trammn, but I cuddent help It. I wuz county. to-li- playln Injun on the tralc and Missus Perkins frum nex doro wuz here and she wuz talkln with grnmma nn 1 run up behlne tbem an tommyhawkeU gramma an Misses Perkins an then Btarted to scalp Missus Perkins, but Man-Shorjpe- r Jest her hare. cum off an she looked so funny slttln tnaro bollhedded that gramma fainted an choaked on her false teeth when I hit her with the tommybawk an Missus Perkins went It Is a pallid, weary l0ir6urnMes6it hoam an gramma had to go to bed man; Ofi II SlOPIM-tl- l an the dokter cum and glv her tncdsln. , Of 3 p. m. H Is a loahsum Crlamas "Ily thy whit 6 a. m. Got up an went downstares Indcde to punnlsh me thay mndo mo thek nnd blsx. in my nite close an was plckln things stay upstares an wuddent let me har Inf eye. of the Crismns tree wen pa an ma Now, whrrefur stopprit nieT" cum down an sed for gudncss salk boy yule catch yure deth of coled; go bak "Oh. tlrfllio worrW to bed until It Is tlmo to get up. man vxcuimrd, 6:15 a. m. Put my close on an. "I fain woud ha went down stares agen an et ten stlka Where"! 'may nnd j of candy an' two ornges befoar pa I .h.,n lh cum down an sed he wud whip me It I dldent "go bak to bed an let him The thins thj hayi to srtl." get sum slepe after belu up so late the nite befoar, but ma sed Jon any Crlsmas dinner but 1 had four ror tt wan In a doant destroy the Crismns Joy for our pounds of candy an har et moast of It fliristmasstor That alt of thlt boy; let blm aloan. an my torpeder bote Is sallln grato In took pUrr. 6:30 a. in. bar got a rnlerode tho bath tub. 'Tw thrre the frenilnt man wu een track an trnne an a hookln ladder an With hopeleM, troubled fare. p. m. went to tho winder to HA a set of dum bets, an Injun cluba an look out on fcrgot the bath tub an n air guu an a pistol that shutes ar the wotter run over an tho ceelln or The Mranrer man woidd fain hecon From him of haggard rye; the parlor fell axdently nn grandpa Ilraldts, tli alala was crowded with Tti folks whu would ao by. au pa nn unkel Joe an ma was axdently hurt so the doktor Is bak agen an "I pray thr," aald the atrangtr man. the plumraer Is, comln It thay cun "3o rhaaa Ihywlf from me." "All, tlr." the othrr man Implorn- lfined hi in. A woeful wlglit waa he. 7 p. in. Gramma nnd grampa nnd unkel Joe has gone boam an pa Is "A torlolm comb, a pair of skate. . settln down stares with his arm In a A wnoiB iutloa.1 of toya. I sling wharo the plastcrln broak it an Borne thing beside for nil my ' And for their girts and boys. he sez when it gets well he will tend a target an a blstry book an to my case o It Is a sad world for "And here I urn; nnd I im here; ret at a pare of mittens an scvrul sacks an llttel boys that Is full of happiness Tho thlnga ub, where nro they? boxes of candy an hav et sum moar. one moment an filled with greer the For male and feinnle clerk conplr To hide from ina the way. 7:30 a. m, Pa an ma kep nstln me nex an our cook hag quit becnuso I "Hut thl I know, atut this alone; why I dldent eat no brckfust an pa Three nlale urron, then back. sed he bet Ido ben ettn candy nlreddy Four runnier down, one counter up. In splto of his orders that I shuddent, Then double on your track. but ma sed no doubt the xcltement "The elevator take you next. of Crlsmau was euuf to take away my To land you otherwheres,. appetite. And whrn you weary of It crowd. K a. m. Grandpa an gramma-an- You amble down tha stair. unkcl Joe Is here, Thay brot me sum "Hut allll-b- iit tllt, my honeat friend. moar candy an a indjun suto wltb a You do not reach th goaL tommybawk an a torpeder bote, that 'Tl.lwaya nt the othr ide,' wlnda up and sales In the wotter. It I, upon iyy soul! axdently shot a nrrer frum my pistol 9 a. ra. Pa showed me how to run Into her ear an senret her so ah "So here am I, and I am here. the trano on tho track an broke the dropped a pan u" dishes that wui nins And you are atandlng by, ngln, but be scz It can be fixed. best cblny nn broak tbem all up nn I rare not where the thing may be. Hut where the deur am If" Unklo Joo glv me a doller an I went sho has quit an tho lire engines cum out an bot sum burd shot to shute In because i tried to lire up my broaken They led Mm to an nmbulane, my air gun an sum candy. ralerode engine an tbuy got the lire Althouuli he Bid realit, 10 a. ra. It Isent cold if you don't out but tharo Is a whole In tho side And now in imdded cell he eons Ills Christmas shopping; HiL sit rite beside the parlor winder whare of the house an pa sworo dredful on I broke It nxdentty abutln with my so 1 ask why do thay glv a little boy He shriek upon the midnight cltar, ck me, things that cause them so mutch trub-And on the noonday air! air gun. Pa threttened "Three ulalea across, two counter baefts but grampa sed boys will be boys an bio. Then up and down the slalrf be was wors than me when he was Cfiristmas Journal o.o.o.o.o.o r 3k Wilbur D.flesbii-lllt-M- 1 Ami r 1 1 fri-n- d. rrvs.jiwv: MSj I I ll I Oh, foolish men, take heed uf this, llefore you go to shop. And when you teach the outer tluor, Tear up jour list aud step. December 21, 1911 THE CITIZEN. Pagt TkrM. SHOOTING SHOW I A Christmas Al V CN.ANDA.M WILLIAMSON vc GIRLS ARE FREE Jury Acquits Lillian Graham and Ethel Conrad in Stokes Case. PROSECUTOR SEARS PARTIES UT81D15 the little sta-tlo- n Tlr-ren- nt Cava dol t, O 0 0 ahd call the syndic." After Triumphant Reception In CourtFar nbove him Belever could see room Actresses are Given Ovation many persons had come out of that By Crowd Broadway Celebrates; tho Hotel Cappucclnl and wcro asJudge's Charge Favors Girls- sembled on the terrace looking toward tho overhanging part of tho mountain. He recognized tho flowing New York. Tho brightness of 'the whiskers, of old SIgnor VozzI, the Great White Way took en an added landlord, and could see tho white luster and many a bottle of wlno aprons and tho bright dresses of the was drank In celebration hero soon servants mingling with tho darker after tho word wont down tho costumes of the hotel guests. Then, lino that Lillian Graham and Ethel on the terrace to the left of the house, Conrad wero acquitted ef 'the charge beyond the cloisters, just under the of attempting toTklll W. U D. Stokes, grotto, he detected a glenm of poppy tho millionaire hotel owner, after the color, nnd, staring hard, be recog- soft dusk, the pence, the faint aus jury deliberated an hoitr. nized Lesley Fleetwood, walking slow-ly'u- p geotlon of Incense, When the verdict waa announced the lighted candles tnd down, all unconscious of the In honor of the Christmas seaso- n- the girls became hysterical. Miss danger that threatened her. on tho altar, and dotted about among Graham fell into the arms ot Miss With a shout, Belever started for tho quaint little oriental figures ot Conrad and they were locked in a tho grotto, It was approached by aVho "crib," or "presclplo," all seemed tearful embrace when friends rushed lonfe flight of steps which turned two unreal, a mirage of peace In the pres- to tbclr aid. After holding a triumphor threo times until they reached the ence of great danger. The rushing ant reception Mn the courtroom they terrace of the grottd. noise, like an advancing tidal wave, were escorted from the ) Criminal Tbo girl looked up suddenly, and grew louder. From the doorwaj Courts building by a cheering crowd. . ican. In his charge to the Jury Judge Marher faco flushed. She turned from through which he had just come Bele A driver bent down from the box ver could see what was happening. cus eliminated the attempted murder him Impatiently. of his carriage, and, In nnswer to a "Miss Fleetwood, there - is great He saw a huge flying boulder strlks charge from thp Indictment, restrictquestion from tho young lady,1n danger; the mountnln will fall," he the roof of the hotel, crush It in. and ing the Jury to the charges of assault Italian, demanded U francs cried excitedly. "You must como at brenk away the "wall beneath, as 11 with Intent to kill and assault with for tho drive to Amain. tha solid, ancient structure, which had Intent to do bodtly harm. His contenonce. "But Ilacdekcr' snys the tariff Is flvo or six," expostulated the girl. Her "Must!" repeated the girl, Ith a weathered the 'storms ot 800 years, tion was that the shooting in the naa Deen a nouse 01 cards, set up dj Varuna apartment on tko night ot surprised lifting ofthe eyebrows. Italian was fluent. If tho grammar Juno 7 was not premeditated. wiih a llttlo shaky. "This Is no time for ceremony," be tho bands ot a child. Iird Ilelover, , For a moment he believed that tha The closing plea of Assistant Disfrom his high beard every answered; "the peril Is near. Your word mother and everyone has 'run uu whole building would go, and the girl trict Attorney Becknor was a vicious ho loved with It. But he heard the attack on the girls and a denunciation rinedekcrl' The Italian driver from "the hotel." ot the landslide as It swept ot Stokes. snapped his flngera with a gesture of "Aro you afraid?" 8he looked at thunder down to the sea, engulfing the Santa contempt. "Fourteen francs Is the The prosecutor frequently referred him half mocklifgly, half disdainfully. fare." "I am afraid for you. I entreat you Caterlna ns It went and throwing a to 8tokes as an "ol(T codger" or an towering wall of water that rushed old cove." The girl bit her Hp. She thought to como at onco!" In upon tho Then great si tin wan being cheated and that mado "Thank you. I prefer to stay where lence fell, beach. only bya broken the farher angry. I am, and to be alone." away shouting of human voices BRANDIES ATTACKS, GARY Terhaps we hod hotter take hlsi With thls'thero camo from above a sounding e strangely small and and havo done with It, dear," suggestshower of looso stone and dust that after nature's suvago uproar. feeble ed tbo elder lady. "It doesn't matter Noth poured from the edge of the cliff over ing moro happened. They were saved, 8ays Workers Are Arousing and Com much, you know. There ore not It Was She! their heads. many carriages left. If wo bargain pares Pretent to Era of French Lesley had clung, to him speechless, "You see!" he cried. "My witness." from tho hotel porter that they were to know him?" too long wc may get none." Revolution. "Nonsense!" said Lesley, sharply. almost Dreamless, ana ueiever naa ".Mamma," exclaimed the beauty, going, and whither he had already clasped her tightly, hardly knowing Lesley bad glanced curiously as she purposed driving In his coach, which spoke along tho row of diners linger "A servant told me those stalactites how tightly. But, now he gently re"I hato to bo chentcd!" nnd things always Washington. Louis D. Brandels, She looked around, nnd catching had lately won honors In the coaching ing over tholr nuts, and now she Pray lose no time In fall after rain. leased her. "As he did sd, she fell expert saving yourself away from him, sight nf Helevcr's pawing, glossy bays, meet nt Naples. fainting, and he economy on political and financial half turned full to her companion. In and authority on great Theso desperate reflections drove spite 91 himself he Mushed scarjet. Ho from the terrible danger!" her plenned eyes traveled In one caught her again, with his arm Down came another stono. corporate combinations, startled the There round her wnlst. tho hitherto loquacious glance up to tho coachman was Beginning a stammering reply, was where the strange sound, mysterious, Ina Senate Committee on Interstate Comyoung man sat looking eagerly down Into an abstracted silence. He an- woen me iook on ino gin s lace "For heaven's sake, tell me that merce, Investigating the trnsts with from the swered raguely tho questions with checked his words. Tho truth had describable, that came on her. you're not hurt that no stone struck tho fojlowlng remarkable fitatcment: mountain. It was as If a giant Im"Why, mnmma," exclaimed tho viitfh Lesley did not ccaso to ply the (lashed into her understanding llko a prisoned Inside were stirring cau- you as we came," he stammered. "The' papers yesterday published a girl, "If there Isn't n perfectly lovely "porfectly lovely coachman with the lightning stroto nnd sho was endu-in"No," whispered, for all sfory that Judge E. H. GaVy Intends sho tiously. coach, and I bcllovu tbo mnn wants to bronio profllc." He was actually rebitter mortlQcatlon when ehe re- The man and tho girl looked Into strength' was gono from 'her, and she presenting Mrs. Gary with a $500,000 lieved when he stopped his horses at memberedfhow freely she had spoken drive us!" you pearl necklace as a Christmas present. speak aloud. "No-b"It's suro to bo moro than the cab, tho foot of the long flight of steps of him in his own hearing. Her face fluch other's eyes, defiance In hers, could not a there's streak of blood on your This Illustrates the sham of profit that wound up the cliff to the Hotel first nrlmaoned, then froze- into Icy pWadlng In" his. But suddenly a hot flear." wave seemed to rush through Bele-ver'- a forehead. Oh, how can I ever forgive sharing as practiced by trusts. "How much to drive us to Amain?" Cappucclnl. haughtiness. Delever looked at her veins. With a wild shout from myself? You might have been killed. 'Such things as thin muSt have a His mind was In a tumult. He, too, beseechingly and would have spokon cried tho girl. my fault. I was 'a "Kits francs each, Indies," was the was duo at tho Cappucclnl, where his had she not stopped him with a ges below ringing In his ears, be caught It was all all serious effect upon existing conditions You ought to have gone and prompt nnswer In good Italian, the room was engaged; but now ho hesi- ture. Sho murmured somothing to the girl In bis arms as' If she had wretch. and create still greater social unrest. language In which the coachman bad tated to go and claim It and to ap- her mother, both ladles rose, and, been, a child. The mountain groaned. left me." This magnificent gift should suggest pear In his own person before the turning tholr backs on Delever, with Belever sprang from under the arch ,1 "I'd rather have been killed than do to us the Queens necklace of the been addressed. ,.. . 1,1 tt. 1uuu lurgui. French revolution and the great social of tho grotto and, as If that fettered luai, aiu xjcitjtcr. iiu "Bene." came the quick reply, nnd American ladles. Tho craven thought out a word or sign, they joined the giant grudged the Moss of his prey, ten to let her go. She had forgotten unrest ot the people of that day. This the girl signed to tho porters to put came Into his mind that he should crowd moving from the room, away, and so they gift ts a there came a great roaring, which to the bags nnd wraps Inside the coach. run away; then be half resolved to remarkable example of the lamps In tho long, white house filled the air and confused the young stilldraw herself The stood together, these two ene unearned wealth ot those enjoying The groom, hiding a grin, ran with declare himself at once. lie bad been were nearly all extinguished when at It man's senses. With a tremendous mies, she leaning slightly against and which Is taken out of a ladder; tho elder Indy mounted to unable to decldo upon a course of ac- last Belover went to bed, but not to the lives of a place behind the driver, tho beauty tion when the ladles prepared to de- sleep. As soon as It was light next crash, a huge mass of rock plunged him, be with his arnt 'round her waist. those who work to produce It." "Oh, why do you say that?" ah climbing to the With a scend from the coach. Thou he over- morning, be was dressed and out, down from the foot ot the grotto upon Judge Gary issued a statement "I was so obstinate so flick of the long whip the bays dashed heard Lesley whisper to her mother: and, taking a small boat on the beach, the very spot where, an Instant ago, faltered. the two had stood, smashing Into wicked. I deserved anything. I won- denying Mr. Brandels story of the forward. "He's been so nice and Intelligent, he pulled out beyond the tiny pier gift to bis wife and defending "I call this too glorious for words!" don't you think we might give him a that forms tho harbor of Amain. Best- fragments tho concreto pavement of der you cared." the schejne of the Steel tho platform. The ground shook unThe beauty's cheeks were tinged with couple of francs for himself?" Be- ing on his oars, he looked up to the "But, you see, I loved you," said der Belever's feet; the earth seemed Belever, quite simply. "If the end Corporation. carmine, brought there by the ting- fore he could speak, tho girl had quaint, white hotel. to quake as If It were turned to a had to come I wanted It to coma for ling sca nlr that blew up the ravine; placed 12 franca In his band, wishing Suddenly a window was thrown her eyes sparkled. "Aren't we in luck, him a smiling goodby. me, too." It did not seem In the least GET FEDERAL BUILDINGS figure, dressed open and a graceful mamma, to havo got seats In this strange that he should be telling her Belever hesitated. To speak, or not In some loose, white morning wrapsplendid coach, and with such a .o speak which was wiser In the per, stepped out on tho balcony. It this, though she had nevemeen him Ohloentucky and Indiana Cities To driver, too? See how well he handles mind of man? Dut ha found himself was she! Bolevcr's heart beat fast until yesterday and had refused to Benefit From New BIN the reins! And his profile looks as maintaining bis part by uttering a as he looked up at the girl be had speak to him this morning. They fed In House. If he wcro cast In bronze. known each other always, now, read deferential "Molto grazlo, slgnorlnm.' loved at first sight standing with one "Take care, Lesley! Aro you suro they could never go 'back, to being Belever turned bis smoking team, little band shading hr eyes from the 1 Washington. strangers again. he doesn't understand you, dear?" Public butkltngs in and walkod them back to their stable sun, drinking In tho beauty ot the "Ob, that's all right! Very few of in the tovyn, whero be left coach and scene. Presently alw looked down, as She did not answer, or even appear many cities In Ohio, Indiana and these Italian drivers know moro than horses In tbo hands of his groom it seemed. Into hln very eyes. He surprised; put. when her eyes left hla Kentucky are to bo provided for two or three words of English." Strolling slowly back to the Cappuc thought she recognized htm, for with they wandered all about the chapel, in a "moderate" public buildings bill thinking how beautiful It looked and to bo reported to the Houso ot RepreThen tho girl began to talk Italian clnl steps, bis courage suddenly re an impatient movement ahe hastily how sacred It seemed and how good sentatives by tho committee In charge. to tho conchman and bo answered her turned to him. He would face the went In, closing thij window after her. Dejectedly Dehiver rowed ashore It was to be there. In tho samo tonguo, fluently and cour- music, brave out tho situation and The Ohio cltlesMlkelr to .benefit are .. Couhocton, Mlddletown, "I hope " sho began; butftwhat she Wilmington, teously. Ilelover could speak Italian trust to his own tact and tho ladles' and mounted tho long flights of steps hoped Belever was" not to know, fpr Washington, C. H., Sidney, Fostoria, nearly as well as his own language sense of humor to save the position. to the hotel. He 'thought of packing to up his things t once and finding ana pale woman appeared at the door Martins Ferry, Akron, Van Wert, and Lesley's knowledge was not deep One thing only was impossible vnough to detect his few slips. He give up the adventuro and see the other lodging Until his own place leading Into tho chapel from the. ho- Elyrla, Cambridge, Gallon and New tel opposite the entrance from th Philadelphia. In Kentucky buildings felt guilty, but dnred not botray his girl no more. He raountod the many should be ready for habitation; but a nationality, lest tho ladles should in- steps, received a warm welcome certain obstluncy in bis noturo held cloisters, and, at the sight of the two are proposed for Glasgow, Eminence, figures standing together In tho jew- Madlsonvllle, sist on being put down at tho next from the handsome and effusive Ital- him from hi course. After all, waa Falmouth, Lancaster, ian landlord, and In tho visitors' book he so much to blame? Had be done village eled twilight broke Into sobs. Ashland. Mt. Sterling and Elizabeth-tow- n ' "Lesley thank heaven!" she ejacusot a firm, clear "Ilelover, England," a thing too bad for forgiveness? If "Well, mamma," cried Lesley, turnor Hodgensvllle. For Indiana, ing In ber place, "we've had a splen- immediately under tho clover, charac- he frankly apologised to the ladles, lated. "I've searched everywhere for EVansvIllo and Linton are mentioned. you. They tried to keep me from comdid time In Europe, haven't we? teristic writing In which Lesley had ought they not to forget hla Impulsive ing back to tho house, but I would." We've seen and done such a lot of Inscribed the names of "Mrs. and Miss error of taste and receive him again Britain Bars Beef Combine. Lesley ran to ber mother. "H on a footing ot friendship? He deterthings, nut I believe I like Italy best Fleetwood. Now York. U. 8. A." Chicago. Tho1 hardest blow that Until the gong clashed out the hour mined to seize the first opportunity saved my lite." she said. of all. Of course, Egypt wail gorof dinner Belever kept his room, writgeous and dreece was lovely" Tho elder woman held out both hut has yet beetr delivered to any of Cried to Him to Come Back. the great combines of capital prose bauds to him. prompted the ing letters, slowly changing Into his England" "And lie naa noi ionic 10 wan. tor aa ne evening clothes, stopping every now was passing down the long corridor ! Jolly. Deafened, half blind, unable to "How can I thank you J" she cried. cuted by the Taft Administration was. mother. "By forgiving roe If you will." Hi delivered by the British Government "England was sweet Dut It was and then to lean upon bis window-ledg- e on h! way to tho for think, ho still ran on, Lesley quiet aa and gaze out upon the Incom- breakfast a door opened In front of death against his shoulder. spoke to her, but be looked at Lesley. to tho Chicago meat paakera. Tho disappointing In one way. Only fancy Running down tho tew stops toward He waa htm and Lesley herself appeared. "Wo start newly from this mo- British army authorities issued a forour not meeting one single, solitary, parable beauty of Amain. "Miss Fleetwood" He haC begun the hotel, which' lay below the grotto ment" said tho girl. Her eyes were mal order barring the Indloted packers real, live lord. I shall be ashamed to among the earliest , persons in the once the appeallngly, when she turned op htm In the rock, he reached the cloisters. wonderfully soft and sweet In thi rfrom bidding on British army, meat go homo. My country expected It of long, vaulted dtntng-roomSuch n shame refectory of the Capuchins, and a a lock so full ot resentment that the Something seemed compelling him to chapel's dusk, Jeweled by the candli contracts ponuing me ouicome'or tne mo. And I failed. trial that Is now under prosecution by we should havo missed Lord Belever! word In the ear, and a coin in the word) died on his lips. Bhe passed look up. Thd whole mountain ap- lights. procured him him with a hardening of the dainty peared to be falling. In the midst ot "Come away quickly," Implored het tho Taft Administration. I brought three new dresses on band of the When a place next to Miss Fleetwood. Thla features and her pretty chin in the a rjuihlng masa from above three hu- mother. "Who knows yet It It is safe purposo, tool" Cha.igfu Foreigners Terrorized. Ilelover stsrted. This was a nice arranged, be retired a little and air, Belever fell back, biting hla Up. man figures detached themselves, even bore? It has all teen so sud' Amor, Foreigners at Changfu are scrape he had got himself Into. Dut mingled with the throng of Germans, For the next two or three hours he shooting downward, limp as dolls den, so horrible. I saw everything wretchedly about the made ot rags, yet dlgnlQod into to from the terrace the peasants fall- In a stato of terror owing ho didn't see any way out of It now. English, French and Americans who wandered were trooping in to dinner. In a mo- ancient town end presently found himtragedy. ing over the cliff from "above, the Ash- the feeling which has He could not suddenly exclaim, two he saw Mrs. Fleetwood self again at the little port, whera he "A few seconds and we shall be ing boats crushed ok, I shall Jrearr broken out. Placards threatening Ho bad ment or I am Lord Deleverl" ignore VozzI says, foreigners have been posted in all seldom been more uncomfortable; and ber, daughter coming in from tbo began to talk with one ot the Italian like that," wore the words that of It always, reading-roomLesley In a simple but masona employed on the works for tlanhed through Belever's brain. Still, even if all Is well after this, tvtn parts of town. Natives In ugly mood. but the worst of It was that he found himself base enough to snatch a fear- charming white evening dress, shin- strengthening the' pier. Suddenly though he was hopeless now, lnstlnot one must leave the hotel as soon ai ing, in his eyes, among the other wo- this man broke off In an explanation made him run on on for dear life. we can, get our things togothar. D Jury Not Complete In Beef Case. ful Joy from the situation. ot what cornel" Hardly had the tho-g- ht he waa giving of the means by which Chicago. Once more the trial "I dare say he would have been men, like a flower among weeds. Bhe turned toward the door again ot the ten Chicago meat packers When tho two ladlea were seated they transported and sunk the heavy might como printed itself before his most uninteresting when you came to great, over- drawing Lesley with her. Belever fo has been postponed, by the exhaustion grasped hla courage in both blocks of concrete and raised a warn- eyes, when" the whol Belever know him," the girl's mother proceedbands and, with a thumping heart, ing finger. With startled eyes be was hanging mass of cliff broke away and lowed and at the door Lesley turned of the second panel of vonlremen, and ed to console her, back. He hardly dared to bellev said be was took the vacant place by Lesley's looking up at the great cliff that rot f fell headlong. "Uut the Derlng-Lacywill again come up before District Now tbey were in the chapel. It that he bad wed what bsr tyoi Judge Carpenter 5Ionay morning. don't side. The girl looked up. Her eves above the harbor. awfully clever and "Did you hear that, Slgdors?" fee waa like a dream to be thftre. The 'vou rciueribsr? I was so looking for widened with wonder as she gtv hua tho Derlng-Lacys- . Babel of volcct. Through Inquiries he had learned nmong tho vehicles In waiting was a at the Drlstol that tho ladles were Mrs. nnd Miss Flcotwood, but somesmart English-lookindriven by how he bad failed to assoclato tho aqutllne-facohandMnne, young name with that of the American heir had man, so lark of skin that ho might ess with whom tho Derlng-Lacy- s well have passed for an Italian. At tried to tempt him a few weeks ago, the heads of the Impatient horses And In his blindness he had rejoiced In the thought of meeting the girl at ttnoA an lmpasslro Kngllsh groom.' Young l,ord Belover, who was driv- Amain, whither ho had ascertained ing hln own coach, scanned eagerly, from undor the brim of his smart bovtlf r, tbo persons who camo crowding out of the station. Ills eyes lighted with ploasure as n girl appeared e dcorway, followed by an older lady, nnd two porters, carrying o nnd wraps. A dash of Parisian smartness In the lines of the well-cu- t traveling dress and the perfectly fitting boots, a moro than Anglo-Saxofrankness nnd Indcpondenco of carriage, announced tho girl as an Amerfour-in-hand lug-gngbox-scatbox-sca- t, g 1 box-sea- t. profit-sharing thrco days before Christmas, a crowd of Interpreters, porters, ho tel tout nhd cabmen were awaiting tho arrival of the quick train from Naples. At It drew up In the station Mid tho first travelers mado their appearance nt tho exit there roso n ward to our one country-housvisit in England; nnd, of course. It was very nice, but It did seom an anti climax when the very man I'd been Invited to flirt with never turned up at all. Oh, what he missed!" and sho laughed. Ilelover could cheerfully have kicked hlmiulf. To think that ho might havo mot this divine creature In a decent, manner, If only he hadn't sent an unworthy ex cuso to those good but dull pooplo. e across her daughter. "Is It possible ?" sha had begun. "I'm afraid It Is, mamma," Lesley cut In mischievously. "Somewhere there's been a very big mistake. Whether It's our fault or this gentleman's, I don't know." "Let me take all the blame," said Belever, hastily, "If blamo thorobo. for letting myself appear to be what I am not. It was hard to withstand the tomptatlon of having two ladles as companions on the drlvo." "And I mado personal remarks, and gave you two francs for yourself!" Lesley threw up her two little hands in horror. "It was the slncorest compliment I ever rocelvcd," said Belever. "I shall always keep the coin In recollection of tho pleasantcst drive of ray life." Ho waa 'wonderfully happy again by this time. "And tnat wat, really your own coach and you nro not an Italian?" "I am as llttlo Italian as you are. I drive my coach for my own pleasure about this coast, I have rented one of those old watch towors which we passed on tho way and am having It furnished nnd fitted up for me now. It would give me great pleasuro If you and your mother wltl take tea with me there one afternoon." 'That would be delightful," Lesley exclaimed; but her forehead bad a little, thoughtful pucker nnd she spoke abstractedly. Belover feared that sho was trying to recall the thing! she had said. In English to her mother In the courso of the drive, nnd to keep ber from a reflection that might be dangerous to himself, he dashed Into conversation "By the way." Lesley was saying, "wo saw In tho visitors' book that Lord Belever is In tbobotol. Ho acorns to have arrived for bis name Is Just under ours. Do you happen mirprUed glance; then a gleam of merriment flashed Into her face, nnd a rich, warm blush reddonod her cheeks, tinging even tho shell-lik- e car, Belever aaw, with Infinite relief, that tho first encountor was to bo decided In his favor. Ho smiled and bowed, looking very handsome In hln evening dress. "I hope." ho vontarcd, "that you are not tired after your drlvo." Mrs. Fleetwood was looking at him a quick, asked in an awed whlapcr. "It Is the mountnln working. Tnnt Is tho third lime since breakfast I havo heard It crack and strain. At six this morning tho Hotel Santa Cntcrlna cracked." "(lood heavens! Do you mean that tho fllff will fall?" "I think there Is event danger, algnoro. We havo had a fortnight's rain, and the building of tho Hotel Snnta Caterlna there has weakened tho bao of the mountain. I shall go j 13 salle-a-mang- head-waite- "De-hol- d, antl-forelg- n s good-lookin- J V Pa an T?nnr. THE CITIZEN. l " December 21. MESSIAH 191 1. 1 THE KUlLILy USEFUL CHRISTMAS PRESENTS for Women Folks The Messiah was given before the Isrgest audlcnco which ever gathered for such a purposo in Berea, and was enjoyed by a larger number than over before, tho religious feeling bo Ing specially evident throughout. Tho solo singers gave their parts Impressively, especially the bass, though many ot us remembered the moving voices of some of Berca's singers who are very eftcctlvo In theso parts, Tho delay In beginning was unfor- E. F. COYLE You pay less or fat, mors ooobiibaoo6ooooooooooooooooo 2 o VACATIOH SOCIALS tunate bocauso It Is difficult to give sustained attention for so long a program. And we think tho effect would bo improved It tho chorus could follow tho solo parts more promptly so as to prevent any disjointed offect. The music is of great difficulty but by rendering the same piece year after year our chorus will becouio Increasingly freo and unconscious In the rendition. Prof. Illgby and his assistants havo a right to great satisfaction in the success at tained and tho service rendered. R. H. CHRISM AN Undertaking and Embalming A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies, SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIQHT. y Day Phone 26 Refreshments wcro then served consisting ot Kaffco and Festkuchcn folpicture of tho lowed by a flash-ligh- t company, after which all departed expressing their appreciation ot tho pleasant ovchlng and wishing tho hostess a Merry Christmas and a Happy Now Year. MISSIONS MADE INTERESTING Nldht Liquor Miss 1,600,000,000 46 22 General social Jn GERMAN SOCIAL Houso, 7 to 9 p. m. Monday, Doc 25 General social lu One of tho most plcaunt social Chapel, 7 to 9 p. m. functions incident to the closing term Wednesday, Dec. 27 Department so and the nearuess of Christmas time NETS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES cials: occurred at the homo of President nnd 2 College Prof. Ralnc's homo. Mrs. Frost ou last Saturday night Normal Parish House. when Miss Welsh cleverly entertainMiss Bcttle Hardin has returned Academy President Frost's ed tho members of her German class from Mt. Vernon. borne. es by giving them a social so German-- , VocationalAnnex dining room. llko that a casual visitor would havo. During vacation the Library will lo Foundation Gymnasium. thought himself In Der Vaterland itopen every day froin 1:30 to 4:30 p. Saturday, Dec. 30 Gcnoral social In self. ' in., oxcopt Christmas and New Year's ' CITT PMONK IBS Gymnasium, 7 to 9 p. m. Tho Christmas tree sparkled with Day. ' Office over'Berea Bank A Trust Co Its many lighted candles and decoraCoal oil 10 cents per gallon at FOR SALE tions, and by the candle light tho One good 8 room house: 'lot 60x175 assembled guests ludulgcd in a soBRECK DAN Miss Merrow, not being able to foct; good cistern, on High Street, cial halt hour ot German conserva, and write a personal letter to all her )B rl)argaln ,f li at once. tion, wise and otherwise. Address, F.S. Mulllns, Conway, Ky. At the call ot tho hostess all wcro InfiuroBce her Berea friends. Farm of 23 acres at Snider, Ky., Richmond, Ky. It's the easiest way to make money, miles north of Conway. Good dwell- seated and sang together several GerPhone SOS man Christmas songs. Then followed "Save tho Difference." ing; all Improved; under good fence; "Der Chrlstbaum 1st dcr schousto Granville Miller, of Dlsputanta, good well, storehouse and stock of Uaum," rendered by a mixed quartette U k. N. TIMES TABLE. passed a counterfeit ten dollar bill groceries. Address F. S. Mulllns," North Bound Local' from the Sophomore class; a reading Ky. 10:65 p. m. at Tatum's lately which was discover7:00 a. m. KnoxjUle by Mr. A. D. Todd; "Eln festo Burs" 352 a. m. ed tho next morning. He was locat1:04 p. m. BEREA Ly a quartotto from tho Junior clasn; FOR SALE ed and has given a two hundred dol6:30 p. m. '7:45 a. Cincinnati LucyHolU-dagood lot known a German story by Miss On Center Street a lar bond to appear before Federal South Bound Local "Reminiscences of our stay lu as the John Bales place. House and 8:15 p. m. Grand Jury In February. 6:30 a-- m. Cincinnati closbarn on lot. Good reason for Belling. Germany" by President Frost; 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. in. BEREA WANTED: All your turkeys and ing with "Stlllo Nacht" sung by all. owo money. D. N. Welch. :65 p. m. 5:5 a. m. chickens at a good price. J. S. Gott, KnoirlUe LOCAL PAGE Friday, Dec larlsh Taulbeo showed what an enemy modern missions has In Mohammedanism. "Ono-sovent- Margaret h ct 'm tho world aro followers ot Mohammed. The numbers aro Increasing. It Is oo DR. BEST, DENTIST H. ooo9oooooooo oooooooaooooooi 1 , Fire, Life Accident Coa-wa- y, a. y; Express Trains Stop to take on and let otf passengers from beyond Dayton, O., or. from Atlanta and beyond. South Bound 4s. 00 a. sa. Cincinnati 11:44 a. mt ' BEREA North Bound . 4:46 p. m. BEREA 8:37 p. m. Cincinnati hardware store to tho building where Mr. Porter has had his. office. Mr. Porter moves to the building next door, recently vacated by J. M. Coyle. day. 9 Mr. Chester Engle has moved his Mrs. D. G. Martin of Conway, was goods into tho building of J. L. in Berea, Monday. store Gay on Chestnut Street. Miss Winifred Jones, a former BeMr. and Mrs. J. M. Coyle left Mon rea student, who has been teaching day for Hamilton to make their home.(at pleasant Mlu Acadonry, Tenn for Mr. Albert Bicknoll is visiting Uf a fow years, camo to Berea Saturday Red Lick this week. to spend a week with friends. Tho littlo grandchild ot Mrs. Robert Misses Maggie Taulbee and lleno Glllon was brought here from Indiana Housor left at tho first of the week for burial, Friday. for Florida, where they will spend Mr. Win! Doolcy was in town last the Christmas holidays with relatives uf Miss Taulbeo. Bogle, who has hecn doMr. Harry Prather was homo at the ing brick laying In Plnovlllo, is back first of the week. , ,w' In Berea. Mrs. Chas. Cllft Is spending the Mr. Alvin Azblll of KlrksvUle wasl Christmas holidays with friends lu in Berea, Monday. town. , Prof. Ralno will read at ills home Miss Sarah Cocks left last Friday noxt Tuesday night at 7 p.'m., per- for her bins in Dallas, Tex., to haps one ot Geo. W. Cablo's stories. spend tho Christmas vacation. College Workers aro welcome to Prof." Downing left Tuesday for At"drop In." lantic City where he expects to be Miss Bettle Azblll who has been lu Joined by his sister and go to the Alabama for a 'few months returned southern part of Florida to spend a few Ays among the fruit and flowers. homo Friday. Mr. IIofmaA Adams left Modnay It looks like everybody trades at Mr.-AHe- Mr.J. D. Clarkston is to move his Depot Street. Mr. Estridge of Level Green was In Bcrea, Sunday. Mr. Burt Holder of London, Is here to spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Early. Mr. Crawford and family of Laurel Count havo moved Into Mr. Kelley's house on West Chestnut Street. Mrs. L. A. Davis and Miss Martha Click maMe a business trip to Cincinnati, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Duncan returned to Berea from Cincinnati, Satur- PRESENTS ' ! A prof ram of unusual Interest was presented in an exceptional manner at by the Student Volunteer Band in tho Chatho Yt M. C. pel, DccJtrtbor 10th. That tho speakers reached tholr hearers, was maniand fested by tho close attention tho note books brought In uso to catch tho valuablo items ot Information brought out in tho presentation of each subject. A novel feature was tho use of largo placards, each of which presented in graphic manner tho especial facts omphoslted by tho Individual speaker. Boiled down to tho very csjonco tho subject in hand was truoly, con- clscly, dearly presented with thi emphasis ot crystallzcd fact. There was rauvonc, iuu rucvuwu uiuucuuuu- rried figures, then) was appeal, tho appeal of tho clearly designated noed. Multiplicity of words there was not. But the appeal was powerful. Berea has reason to bo proud that sho can put on tho platform a band ot young peoplo who, so far from being amateurish, can use the ot speech and fact to very good purposo. Below 'is given a short extract from each address. Miss Mary Pickering presented In a striking manner tho need and great ' Most appropriate for all now on sale at our NEW DRUG STORE opportunity for medical missionaries. "Do you know tho actual noed for medical missionaries today? In non- christian lands there is ono medical missionary to every 2,500.000 popula- tlon. According to that opportlonmcnt Kentucky ought to have one physi cian, tho U. S. forty. Actually, however, tho ij. S. has 160,000 physicians, one to every 625. In n week. ono to 2.500,000!" Mr. Horace Caldwfill showed how Bpend our monsy. we Americana "Tbtt. money spent for ono year on whlskcy would pay an army ot time for Christians to awake and work it the world Is saved from Mohammedanism. Which shall It bo, the Cross or Crescent!" Mr. Francis Clark told us how would bo tor America to send enough missionaries to evangelize "All tho world in this generation. tho men required to evangellzo the world In this generation would bt one In every eight hundred church inciuWu. In tho Civil War Georgia sent Into tho army ono man out ot every 5J ot tho whlto population; Florida one In 4.3; North Carolina sent out 10,000 more than tho total number of voters; Kentucky sent a larger proportion into tho two arm- ' les than any stato in tho Union.1 I Mr. Whlttcmoro Boggs showed what a largo jwrt ot tho world had not I been touched by Christian missions. ( "Ono missionary with his native-- helpera can evangellzo 25,000 people in a geaoration; there are zt.oqo flu Itrlcts of 25,000 peoplo each without a single missionary. There aro groat areas oven in the lands partially occupied without ono Christian work- er. Tho great strategic battle ground ot missions is Africa, whero Moham- mcdanlsm Is rapidly gaining ground, s Onco this ground Is lost to j mcdanlim tho battlo for Christian missions Is ono hundred times as hard." , Mr Mv(la TcdJ look Korfa M cxampIo ot what Christianity will do for a naUon if wo ; mcct our opportunity. "There-- has nn nvcrng0 ot ono cohort an hour ovcry uour , th0 ,jar aa lght ,nco tho ilnt mMlonarr foot , orea twonty.fTo years ago. Thoro K aro now more 2(ooo,000 bcllovers nnd thcro are not mora than 15,000,-00- 0 souls In tho whole empire. Chris tianity has becomo tho national en- thuasm In Korea somowhat as base-lan. , Jn Ul,g country" lit-tlo- tlt Moham-weaponf ds n WEL C H'S of modern missions and cavo call to service, "it took modern on0 i,undrC(1 ycarB to win 200,000 missionaries a salary of $500 tho Unt mljon converts out ot h pa- each and put ono missionary to every ithealsm; .the next million was won 37 heathen In tho wholo world." Wo tiu lwei venr- -. ,ho mminn spend yearly, being won In six years. Tho day is Foreign missions, $11,000,000. coming when we will win millions 250,000,000 Candy every year we measure up to our COO.000,000 Tobacco opportunities." jM Marah mlowcd .... i- Uod-glvc- n Give A Man What He Wants, Welch's. Mr. Campbell of Danville was visit- ing bis two daughters, Saturday, whb are hero In school. Professor S. C. Mason is expected In Berea tho last of the week and will remain perhaps four or flvo days renowlug friendship hero. , Big auction said of lots on Prospect Street, Wednesday Doc. 27th. seo the Master Commissioner's announcement on page 5. A splendid opportunity" to buy a tine residence lot. At Home' From now, henceforth and ever after Gbe "Racket Store In the most attractive, combuilding in modious, Berea. With a line of merchandise and Christmas goods that will please every one. Cmk ia tad See Us The New Brick Building with the Handsome Plate Glass Windows Hotel Mock MakSL' te for Texas, where his parents are making tholr now home. He will not return to school this year. Mr. John Allen and brother, Charlie, who havo been In Oklahoma for some time havo returned to Berea. A family by tho namo ot Crawford havo moved from Rockcastle County, occupying tho Cliff premises at the nest end, and intend to put so vera, children In school. Judge Lewis has returned to Bo-rwith his family and is spending a fow days lu town after completing his fall circuit. Mrs. Lewis has been sick sovoral days slnco coming to Berea. Sovoral children aro studying In tho institution. I Attorney Unltod States District Field of Whltcsburg, Letcher Coua-- i ty, whoso daughter is In school, spent a fow days In Berea this week. Mr. Field is ono of tho men ot whom ' eastern Kentucky is justly proud. I Jtov, II. tL Murdock, President ot WltherepooB? Collcgo of Buckhorn, Perry County, Ky., was lu town over Sunday, preaching in tho Union Church In tho morning and addressing tho Young Men's Christian Association at night Both tho sermon and tho address wcro highly appreciated. His picture ot tho noed tor Christian work on tho part of caster Kentucky men in behalf of their own section was very appealing. ea That's The Way to Please Him else Here are the things he will like better than any thing and the prices are exceedingly attractive: A New Suit, A New Overcoat, A New Pair Shoes, A New Hat, ' . gi A New Shirt, Dcz. Prs. Hoes, A A New Sweater, A Pr. Gloves, A Necktie A Handkerchief, Suspenders, CufI Buttous,' Stick Pin, and lots of other thing we have to show you when you come in. You will find it easy to decide what to buy when you get here RHODUS , . HAYES BEREA, KY. THE QUALITY STORE MAIN ST. December 21, 1911, THE CITIZEN. Jsnry differences of treatment accordingly, but I will gtvo you a quality-- I Ins clauso which makes tho rulo entirely and forovor practicable. "Do un(o others as you would that they isMNild do unto you" It tho caso ! wcro reversed. That Is tho whole of it. Do unto others as you would that they should do unto you If they were you and you were they. That rulo me, you can carry ngnt uigougn and that Is Berea's rulo. What docs It moan in politics, what docs It mean In cltUensiilp, in all community relations?' It means tho treatment ot tho Individual, according to his Individual worth. Now forget ovorythlng clso I havo said but remember that; that BEREA 8TANDS FOR T11B TREATMENT Of THE IN DIVIDUAL ACCORDING! TO HIS INDIVIDUAL WORTH. Class, national ity, race, let tnem all pass. Christianity itself never sold to you that any nation1, any class, had a dlvlno right to rulo or to lost forever, but Christianity docs tell you, and all tho world's best philosophy does tell you, that tho individual man has a right to his life, liberty and happiness while ho lives that he has a right to be treated for what ho Is and does and Is likely to bo and to da. Thoro aro Qualifications. I admit. but that Is tho supremo fact amH all other facts aro mere qualifying clauses. I am going to como over hero, young ladles, becauso I find myself talking to tho young men all tho tlmo. (Applauso) YouKsoo I am be- Page Five. Gifts Appropriate Gifts that may be used and enjoyed to the comfort of one or the entire family three hundred and sixty-fiv- e and days during the year end the iext year and the next year and so on for ten possibly twenty yeare. To get the one-fourth Big Sale on at Engle's above results make it , v A substantial Quartered Oak Rocker, $3.50 to 6.50 A nice Quartered Oak Parlor Table, $5.00 to 10.00 A fine Axminister Rug for the Parlor, $2.50 to 10.00 A Globe Werneke Elastic Book Case, $10.00 to 20.00 A fine big plain Poster's Range, one . that stands upon legs A You will show sense, and save the cents that make the dollars if you trade at Engle's for the next thirty days Big Sales of Shoes and Clothing A A A with or without a warming closet, 16 or 18 inch oven, fully guaranteed, $18.00 to 25.00 Roll Top family compartment Desk, $10.00 to 20.00 fine white felt Mattress, $6.50 to 10.00 pair all wool Blanket?, $3.00 to 4.00 Mirror, A Picture, A Couch or Davenport, A Sideboard, Buffet, or A Kitchen Cabinet Phone 60 R. J. ENGLE, Berea, Ky. THE FURNITURE STORE Where all the above and hundreds of other articles may be found is the place to select your gift. traying a little unprogresslvcness becauso I am talking to these young FURNITURE MAN" Imon as prospective citizens, forgetting what may como over on this side. Phone 26 (Laughter) Now 1 havo got to offer ono quall- flcaUoa of this principle ot indivi dual treatment on the basis ot indl' onal Hod Cross Tuberculosis Stamp. Individual treatment, Individual sta- vldual worth and then, 1 think, ! Jason Williams, thence with his HISTORY OF RED GROSS SEALS $ 135,000 was realized, tho law; but Bcrca stands tus beforo iTom this sale, qualification is line westward 840 feet to a' point dato that amount being almost doubled In also, In a manner not surpassed by shall bo dono. The Hod Cross Christmas Seals that such treatment can never bo near center of creok, thence 'with back In their origin to "charity 1W)3. Last year, for tho first time, any Institution cf tho United States'. Now, if line ot P. B. Ambrose and J. L. Bakstamps," In lloston In 1&62, during tho solo was organized on a compro-honslv- o for obedience to tho law. Bcrca habi absolute, nover bo perfect. confession er, 1,010 feet to the beginning, conwe should stop with this the Civil War. After tho war, this basis, taking In all parts ot tually appeals to tho namo of Lincoln, would strike taining 22 acres more or less. light method of raising money was discon- tho Unltod States, and $310,000 worth. and well It may I in this caso, for what Joy and manyit Said tract has been subdivided ina of tinued In UiIh country (or a genera- were sold. In 1911, tho slogan for U10 It was Lincoln who said with regard In tho heart am to 23 splendid building lots With Southerner! But I tion, although It found voguo In campaign Is, "A Million for Tuborcu- even to tho fugltlvo slavo law, "It streets fronting same; and will be ment. cot going to stop there. Render to 1'ortugnl, Austria, Franco, Spain, losls from Red Cross Seals." Is ungodly. It is ungodly, no doubt H. C. Rico, M. C. M. C. C. every Individual tho treatment duo sold in single and combinations of Switzerland, Denmark, Norway, Hus-uIt Is ungodly, but it Is tho law, and to his Individual worth. It cannot wo must obey It whllo It stands." So Swodon and other Kuropcau counA Valuable Holding. absolutely bo dono. but for allthat now several hundred big dividend payer Is Sense spoke Abraham Lincoln. Let mo trust tries. There are Another BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE tho, thing to strive for,- as mor thnt It Is tho heart's voice of every It is different types of charity stamps eommbn. Wsll Street Journal. al duty, as political policy, as human young citizen and every prospective used In nil parts of tho world, as tho world over. It Is the thing I have just bought the Isaacs' Hardware Store many as forty being used In Austria mother of citizens that hears my JusUco POLITICAL IDEALS to strlvo for supremely, and it is ' and in the future will carry a complete line of tolce today. tor children's hospitals alone. Contluucd from I'lrtt rice the, thing that the world's progress Stamps or seals were first used to Your Debt to Berea HARDWARE, PAINTS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES is striving for. It cannot bo dono get money for tho antMubercutools truth or am I not? Can It bo tho Rcndor unto government tho things absolutely. All our InsUtuUons aro crusado In Norway and Sweden In truth, that a man who would not that aro government's, and unto Ood Lhufnan and all human institutions aro CLARKST0N GiveUs aCall 101. Attar being used In Uicse coun- steal from bts mother will steal from tho things that aro God's. Thore, importect, and It often happens mat tries for three years, as a direct re- tho government, that a man who onco for all, tho Savior ot mankind the individual has to waive .his rights sult of tho Interest of Jacob litis In would not trick his father will trick proclaimed that tho two allegiances lor the good of tho mass ot society. tho government? Ono might almost vtero not Irroconcllablo and that they That is not becauso his rights aro this movement, the Delaware Association, headed ly nay tlmt It a man stopped to think must not bo treated as It they wore wrong; It is because human instituMiss Emily I. Mssell, uud tho Red what government Is to him lio could lrrcconclablo. Hero aro young boys, tions aro imported and all human reCross Society of Delaware, combined not nuy more rob It, ho could not yonder nro young men. It I may Jud- lations aro imperfect and they must Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you In Issuing a Tuborculosls Stamp. 80 any moro offend It, than ho could ge you by ordinary human probabili- accommodato themselves to ono anwant and get what you call for. Highest market buccessful was this campaign that rob or offend tho mother that boro ties wauy of you aro not as clear ni other's Imperfections. But tho watchprice paid for butter, eggs and chickens nearly 3,000 was realized, and tho him. No wonder wo say "Our mother you might bo as to what theso Ideas word, tho first word, tho last word of preach aro upon which Bcrca was founded Fish and Oysters every Thursday. Leaf Lare, guaranteed pure. next yoar, In 1908, tho American Ked country." No wonder wo It all, is tho word I havo given you: Induced to Isauo a Natl- - patriotism! Uut alas, alas, how llttlo and tor which Ucrca Is known and RENDER UNTO EVERY INDIVIDCross was Kldd Building, Corner Main and wo do toward dorinlng patriotism praised and loved and approved not U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. UAL THE TREATMENT DUE TO Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. clenrly and largely as It ought to only throughout tho United States HIS WORTH AS AN INDIVIDUAL. every but throughout 2 cans Tomatoes and 1 Corn, 25c bo defined In tho heart of tho English-speakinLet him walvo his rights In the In25c man who proposes to bo a citizen of world. Well, It Is not right that I terests ot society, but when Boclety 3 cans Corn 25c Kentucky or of tho United States. I fchould go Into all that, but It Is your itsM naa to abridge his rights for 3 cans Peas swell with prldo when business to find It out. Do you feel ner 0WQ safety society there incurs 25c It Is not to 3 cans Pie Peaches jou seo tho Star Spangled Manner that you owo anything to government, tuo BOiomn moral responsibility ot Syrup Table Peaches, 20c lloatlng upon tho brcezo nnd stop tbat protect8 you trom invaslon. that doing Heavy that as llttlo as sho must as 25c swelling wim pnuo wuvu . 2 cans Waldorf Corn protects you from famine, that cstab- - Infrequently as sho may and ceasing 25c down in tho ovonlng; It Is not to llnlina Mm mmlltlnnn nf llfn thnt hnvn to do It as soon as sho can. 2 cans Waldorf Peas 15c sing "My Country 'tis of Thee ana na(lo tho vaBt wcaitu 0f our nation? Now I say that Berea stands for Waldorf Tomatoes. your duty, your supremo pound thon forgetto Gq.d. to tho government ,n you thnk tlmt you owe anythlug that. Borva stands for that as no 5c per Navy Beans gratItuJo to th(j government ot other spot in tho state ot Kentucky " duty, noxt you llvo. Choice Dried Peaches, j thl8 United States, and think you do under which stands for It. A few such spots aro But 1 cannot pauso bore, 1 could not owo anything to tho government sprinkled nil over the South and they AT talk to you for half nn hour or you aml j,gtory ot Ucrea? You owe ot aro every one ot them lighthouses, could talk to mo for nan an nour, least this much, to know tho founda- beacons of progress that stands for on this point. What I want to como tion Idea of Bcrca, and If your con- It as tho regions round about them to Is this; that Berea stands for In- victions do not contradict It, to stand do not stand for It. I say that as a Any Time dividual convictions, Individual rights, by it through thick and thin. I am Southerner, I soy that as an Delivers going to touch on It, and I am going soldler,I say that as a man to trust you to acquaint yourself with who has In his own mind and heart it more thoroughly. and convictions made every mlstako The Berea Idea tho South has over mado. Tho Ucrca Idoa, is the Golden Prove All Things v Rulo, tho Golden Rulo In politics, tho Now Borca stands for another Idea, lioldcn Rulo In human rights. Now, and It Is embodied In tho Scripture thoro Is a stumbllne block connected toxt: "Provo," that means, try, as- Chtstnut St.. Berea, Ky. I with tho Golden Rulo. Tho word is: Contlaucd on eighth fagc uo unio oiuers as you wouia mat Honest Drugs at Honest Prices. Or is it a common to medium farm you they. should do uuto you," but when COMMISSIONERS SALE Your prescription filled accurately at living prices, you go out In Ufo you do not go far want at a moderate price for either cash beforo suddenly you find you cannot MatUo A Seal, etc., PlalnUffs. . any time, day or night. terms with easy payments, close around and i quite mauago this rulo. If you are vs. Defendant going to bo colonel ot a regiment cr Llzxle Hughes, etc. convenient to Berea College ? We have a nice line of Toilet Goods, etc. Also a nice line of gcnoral ot a brigado you find tbat Under and by virtue of a Judgment It may be more convenient for you to buy expert jeweler, Jewelry and Mr.T. A. Robinson, our you cannot do unto tho prlvato sol- and order ot salo rendered at the charge of same. some of the beautiful homes already built that will have dier as you want that private soldier October Term, 1911, of the Madison to do unto you; that there aro differ- Circuit Court, tho undersigned Master I have for sale for my clients in Berea. Good ences ot rank and orders and nccos- - Commissioner of said Court will on anybody. 'THE Wednodssy, Dec. 27, 1911, on the premises in the city of Berea, Ky., at 11 o'clock a. zn. soil to the highest and best bidder at public auction the following described property: Beginning at a stone on tho south side of Prospect St, in Berea, Ky., corner of J. L. Baker, thence east ward along south side ot Prospect St., 1,140 feet to land owned by Simp son McQulro, thence with line of same, southwest 825 feet to a stone corner to McQuire's, and in line to moss-backe- d, lots to suit purchasers. After si. the lots are sold or offered for sale the property will be offered aa a whole and the bid or bids producing the most money will be accepted. Said plot Is on file In the Commissioner's office and can be seen at any time and on tho ground the day of sale. Terms: Said land will be sold oa a credit 01 six montns or six ana twelve months time, with the option ot purchaser paying the purchase money at any tlmo before maturity. It sold on time the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security, payable to the Commissioner, bearing 6 per cent Interest fromday of sale until paid and to secure payment ot the purchase money a lien will be retained to have tho full force and effect of a Judg- T - PricesRUht J. J). PALACE MEAT' MARKET g 12c Do You Want to Buy a Good Blue Grass Farm ? TATUM'S There is only one wayHonesty! PETTUS fb PARKS, Druggists . Do you want to buy a good building lot in Berea ,and do as others have done, build you a comfortable home, educate your children and make a living? or , I LOOK AT THIS! enough for , ' Is A Splendid Hniruln In ft 31B acres Stock and Fruit Fnrm. This land 00 watered. About real good llniestonu )luo grass mountain Innd, well great deal of tlo timncrodln blue Kra.tt; about 100,000 ft. of saw timber; for making mo any ber nnd a great number of locunt posts. Finest stono one of tho host of llvo on blue gross nil winter. This Is whore. now snoop ranch.', also a splendid fruit farm. It 1ms growing on Itanplo about 2.000 budded boarlng peach trees; 1DO finely assorted budded This trees, besides nil kinds of small fruit, grapes, cherries, plums, etc. tract lift on It two good farm residences. Ono with splendid cellar and allneceHsaryoutbulldlnK8,ftndono Pj endld stock barn, water In yird- -a tenement houses, and Is In uood neighborhood, within 2 miles of church, school and post olllce, 6 miles from Rail Road. county road dividing It-- as or In I will sill samo as a wholeon goodtwo tracts a whole for 23.00 per acreproperty terms. In tteren. Ky. Hluegrays farms In Town lots and Improved coa lands Madison and Garrard Cos., 6,000 acres in 1 block. In Southeastern Kentucky all for sale at prices and terms to suit purchaser. Let ine hear from any one Interested. 11 Dooley's For Everything To Eat line of Staple and 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 carefulv selected. We feel sure that if you allow us to take care o your candy orders you will be pleased. Prices are always right. In addition to our regular te I have plenty of Real Estate in Madison and adjoining Counties for sale at a price to suit any one, from $0 per acre to $150 per acre owing to the quality and location of the land. Think it over and w, rite me what you want or call at my office and we will talk it over. REMEMBER WHAT I SAY, you will always get a square deal with Holiday If interested. CALL UPON OR ADDRESS, G. D. Room 4, Dra Bank A Trust Building BEREA, KY. HOLLIDAY J. P. 11CKNELL rec, Ky. Pa Six. THE CITIZEN. Decbr BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL v DEPARTMENT OF BEREA COLLEGE KM 1 the children la hare Christmas trees? Tbli question is being asked bjr thousands of pcopl throughout the United States. Indi cations point to the opposition that within tho next IS years the supply ot tho crcrgreon trees with which we deck our Urine rooms annually at tho feast ot St. Nicholas will be so Bmall that folk In the ordinary walks ot llfo will not Zn ablo to afford a treo. Year after year tho forests hare been denuded. New England, a generation ago, was thought to hare an Today Usaost Inexhaustible supply. fcer hills are bare. Nearly all her forests of spruce and fir have been sacrificed to tho sentiment ot JXAj , a species cn of oar work.) Prim report, sermons, tucf ' lcttcr.licads, cards, bocks in the bust manner, nnd nt lowest prices. students, Your patronngu is asked to help and to insure your getting your money's worth. Call at thu office, or sc:id orders by mail. You will get satisfaction. Terms cash. Address (Tic Citizen U hand-bill- 1925 BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL, Dcrca, Ky. HOUSES TO RENT' llerea for a longer or shorter time to enjoy its educational ad vantages, the College has a number of houses, large omi small, some of them partly furnished, to rent on reasonable terms. Address To those who have children to,cducnte and wish to reside In C THE COLLEGE TREASURER, Berca, Ky. "JTuletlde. ITae middle states havo been for their treasures. The farm-r- , although he recelrcs but two. cents apiece for the trees. Is afraid to look the futuro In the face and wait until tho tree Is full grown. Neither does ho Rhow any discretion In cutting, but ery year lie rushes to the woods .nd cuts everything that ha can lay Ma bands on In order that some one THE BEREA HOSPITAL Has of 1 NURSE TRAINING SCHOOL OF BEREA COLLEGE may bare a night's pleasure by defacing nature's what ff MGttrj they &LejJUf?Cpracticed - work with cheap tinsel and candles. After that. would hare been the forest ot the future Is discarded forever, beyond the power of man to restore and the work of nature tor years to ro-- era from coming again such deception. t rAmWmTl to the spot where had Yet It never does. Year after year they practice the most dishonest tricks upon One their patrons. man last year got a high price for 20 ot the finest trees ever seen In Philadelphia. He told tbo buyer that the rest of the car on which the 20 wero loaded was Just like them, but when they were unloaded and placed for sale, they proved to be small and scrubby, many ot them 'being utterly unflt for use. Dealers such as these ore rare. It Is truo; the majority of them are honest. To tho dealers, whom the railroads designate as tho consignees, como tbo little fellows, th9 traders. These also represent almost every phase of human character. Many save up a few hundred dollars and visit the freight yards with their teams, buying the trees in less than carload lots. In this way they can see Just what they aro getting. Most of them are shrewd fellows, and drive a hard bargain. Your upcountryman la ofttlmes as shrewd, however, as tho "piker" dealer, and many amusing hours may be spent frequenting the freight yards .in tho railroads where tho trees are Btacked or exhibited for sale. Each year there are many new additions to tho company of dealers. The luro of the adventure, the chance to realize money upon an Investment that Is practically certain to bring a 50 per cent, return, attracts many to tho business. Trees can be purchased In half carload lots, or even in hundred lots for about 60 cents apiece. It they can be sold for a dollar, or perhaps more, the chance to make money quickly Is Irresistible to many Investors. Not always does tho Investor succeed. Ills Angers are sometimes pretty badly burned. The market may be glutted, he may havo a rival on the next corner, or perhaps bis trees are not sufficiently attractive to cause the public to patronize him. Perhaps be has held off, waiting for better prices, till the last moment, and finds himself with half a hundred spruce on his hands, which he must dispose of as best he may. Usually, however, the business Is lucrative. The wise dealer buys trees In hundred lots, peddles them out quickly, and comes back for more. lie does not wait tor high prices, but sells his trees for what he can get room and all modern appliances far cart Hospital trcaiiutnt greatly increases prospects of recovery. Rates One Dollar a day and up. Bond (or prompt payment required. For further particulars address a limited number ot patients. lst operating THE HOSPITAL, Bcrcc, Ky. Jtface. 1 The bulk of the trees now come from Canada. More than 300.000 are used annually In Philadelphia alone. Now York, Chicago, Baltimore and a hundred towns between them use three times that number erery year. In the wild hills of the Canadian prorlncestbe trees are still plentiful. But It Is only a question of a few years' time, with the increased for them, when their price will soar. No .Attempt Is made, apparently, to rejurenato tho forests. In a few scattered places throughout tho country, it Is true, one or two men hare started nurseries in ChTlstmas trees. Intelligent planting and sotting within thrco generations nay make them fistful patches from which to glean hardy trees. But elsewhere, in spite of the talk of conserra-4- 1 on which wa bear so much about nowadays., the trees are stripped ruthlessly from the hills and valleys and no attempt Is mado by tho greedy marketer to replace them. This has resulted In the present dearth of the spruco trees. Vermont already charges an additional stumpage ot fire cents, upon trees which ore shipped out ot the state. Let us consider tho Christmas tree situation In Philadelphia. Each year more than 1,000 flat freight cars, loaded with the trees, which are piled In double tiers,-roathe city. The capacity f the flat car arcrages 300 trees. Therefore, approximately 300,000 trees are used fa Philadelphia annually. Sentimentality apart, this Is an enormous wasto of material, when It fa recalled that the trees serve no economic purpose, and the majority of them furnish fuel for konflrea on vacant lota two weeks after the hoV de-namuch-desired ch If Mrs. Jones buys her coffco at Smith s each week- If tho coffee in your store is batDon't dash wildly across the street to tell her, though: sho'd laugh at you. Insert a sane, forcewin do rof? rwo ful advertisement In this paDor As you pass some windy corner one ot these . blustery nights before Christmas Evo and sea about your coffee. We 11 catch her oye by making the long rows ot evergreens laid against the wall, or Ignob'ly lying prone upon tho ground, bothlnk your ad. attractive. Then all that you ot the place In which they first saw the light. Is loft for you to do is to take in engirdling valUrs the money for tho coffee Mrs. Tho kindly hills, fragrant with spicy odor; picture them bare. U- Jones bujs. unsightly fU0 Find the Man Every man and woman is anxious to buy some article necessity or luxury every day of hla or her life. Single handed it would titice yon months to seek out those inteested in your lino of business. ( An advertisement in this paper doe3 the work instantaneously. It corrals the purchaser ibrlnga him to your store makes hint' buy things you advertised. iueiribi, iau, br w. a. u. ter than Smith's and cheaper Why. TELL MRS. JONES I wwr wti cmr$ snow-covere- ttered with tho waste of cuttings, and tho stumps of trees. Picture tho brooding ot those trees as they grew. It took them 20 years to reach an ago and No size whero they might prove marketable. mora will tho wind moan and sough through their branches. Tho hills are bare. The snow will melt' in tho spring, and the soil will not absorb it. Water will run into the streams and the streams become floods, and the floods breed IVbprrifM. lauu, br w, K. U.I Enlarging Your Business Ii you are in business and you want to make more money you will read every word we have to say. Are you hauling and shipping to destination. After is mainly a matter for the retail dealers, mho buy trees either as they stand In the forests, or at the freight yards In the olties to which xhey are consigned. The email doaler must make bis profit. Ha tacks on an extra price' which the consumer must sy. Then comes the expense ot decorating the greenwood with tinsel and glistening ornaments. This costs a little fortune in Itself. Finally. It 1a nasi to pay the ashman to cart the tree away, after the holidays are orer. It baa .been estimated that from first to last, from the time that the seedling la plant ed la the soft, friable soil, to the moment it returns to Its primal element, the dust, as a handful ot embers on the city lot, a Christmas treo represents a money valuation ot $25. This Is a total expenditure ot annually. Ot course, this tgam is purely Imaginary, The trees 4m oot actually cause that amount at snoncy to change hands in a aim-'t- e buying and selling transaction. Sm! there is actually that much loss to the regions which supply trees. U all tho trees In an average load-eflat car were to be stood upon tbelr butts, in the natural way in which they would grow, they would lot. Multiply this cover a by 1,000 and the amount Ot timber tripped annually from the bills will become apparent at once. Just at this time ot the year the Cfartattnas tree Industry Is In Its most flourishing condition. All ot the trees ar this year's market havo been st. .Many of them are In transit, butg ateane ot them are even now stand-.tuIn (he freight yards of tho waiting for the retail dealers Heap on more woodt the wind U chill. Jjo purchase them, But let It whistle as it will. We'll keep our Christmas merry stllL "Sealers are gradually awakening lie fact, that It Is better to .ship Cach age ha deem'd the newborn year Cfcclr trees early, sell them all at a The fittest time for festal cheer: old And sire trouble ler price, and save the long and Loved well our Christian courseothad roll'd when expense of remaining a time In And brought the year It blithe Christmas back again. Ibe city bartering their wares. With all 1U hospitable train. .Tlte dealers In Chrlstnas trees are , Domestlo and religious rite Clave honor to the holy night; jprs. They are all queer characters, f run; Yea cannot pick out one that ha not On Christinas ere the belt were sung; On Christmas eve the mas wa trmne peculiarity. As In all trades, That only night In all the year Saw the stoled priest tftere are tricks to tho business of The damsel donn'daherthe cliallo rear. klrtle sheen. buylRfT and selling Christmas trees. The hall wa dressed with holly grveni You would think that the disposal merry men re I'orth to the wood did To gather In the mistletoe. a, car load t railroad ties, with a Then open'd wide the baron's hall top, to an un-trlayer ot trees piled on To vassal, tenant, and all; customer, would bar the deal- - Power laid hi rod serftule aalil ot Tt la an expenslre proposition considered In any light. First comes the cortyj of .pending men into regions whero the trees grow. They are experts. Tfcey are able to size up the marketable ralue ot m patch of woods after a day's (ramp through SJaeca. Thea comes the cost ot cutting, stump-Age- . that, it calamities. The trees, noble fellows all ot them, will have their tops hacked off to accommodate tbein to As homes. the stuffiness ot our llttlo tho heat ot our rooms dries up their sap, tbelr lives will go out, slowly, day by day. They will end on the bonfire. Yes, buy a tree. Buy one and take It borne to your children. When It Is bravely decked out In all Its gala finery, gather your family about Its spreading branches, which are exhaling their last breaths for you, and tell them the story of ths life and death of the tree. box-like spending your money (or advertising in haphazard laahioa as i( intended (or charity, or do you advertise (or direct results? Did you ever stop to think how your advertising caa be made a source of profit to you, and bow its ralue can be annually, and then carefully note the effect it has in your volume ol business; whether a 10, 30 or 30 I( you pet cent increase. watch this gain from year to you will become intensely interested in your advertising, and how you can make it en-lar- THE SPIRIT OF THE DAY. d cn-acr- rati-raad- s, Have you time for a little sermon? It will take but a few minutes, and today. If wver, our thoughts should be turned toward Inward to the heart ot things. To you, whose bands rock the cradles ot humanity and Indirectly rule the world, let us ask a question: Aro you forgetting the real spirit ot the day? Gift giving on this anni versary ot the Nativity Is tn danger ot losing Its loving purpose. It has degenerated In many cases to a mercenary exchange a gift for a gift. Tho spirit Is frequently absent. This should not be. Women represent the greater number of Let us then revert to the underlying lore and reverence that And Ceremony dofTd his pride. prompted the Wise Men to lay their The heir, with rosea In hi shots. offerings at the feet ot the Holy That nlsrht might villas partner choos; Baby. Lot us give a little ot our The lord, underogatlnc. share hearts with each present, nnd If we The vulsar same of "post and pair.' All hall'd, with uncontrolled delight cannot, give a tangible expression of And general voice, the happy night. our love, let us give a heart's wish That to the cottage aa the crown instead. , Drought tiding of salvation down. log supplied. In prour hands lies great power for The fire, with up the chimney wide; "Went roaring good or for evil. A woman Influences The huge hall table' oaken face, thought and action. It Is your duty, Scrubb'd till It shone, the day to grace. then, to discountenance the heartless Ilore then upon Ita maaalve board No mark to part the aqulro and lord. offer and to smile your approval of Then wa brought tn the lusty brawn the spirit of the day. serving manr By old Then, Indeed, Christmas will mean Then the grlrh boar head grown'd on all that he would approve. Tbt high. bay and rosemary. Created with guiding star ot love and good rl0 ranger tell d Well can the that shone fio clearly tn the blui How, when and where the monster fell. nlgbt long ago should never be losl What doga before tils death he tore And all the baiting of J he boar. la our minds, and the love to which The wassail round. In good brown bowls It pointed should epitomize our e Qarnlsh'd with ribbon, blltherly trowls. forts to honor this great day. well-drie- d blue-coatgreen-garb'- gift-giver- s. measured in dollars and cents. If you have not you are throwing money away. Advertising is a modern business necessity, but must ba conducted on business principles. If you are' not satisfied with your advertising you should set aside n certain amount of money to be spent your business. If you try this method wa 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 (or so many inches, and how it can b used in whatever amount that seems necessary to you. If you can sell goods over the counter we can also show you wby this paper wilt best serve your interests when you want to reach the people of this community. The Right Kind of Reading Matter Th homo newt; tho doings of tho people In this town; the gossip of our own community, that's tho first kind of reading matter you want. It is more Important, more Interesting to you than that given by the paper or magazine from tho outside , world. It is the first reading matter you should buy. Each issue of this paper gives to you just what you will consider y There the huge, lrloln reek'd: "hard by Plum porridge stood and Christmas pie; Nor fall'd old Scotland to produce At such high tide her savory goose. Then cam the merry masker In, And carol roard with blithesome din; If unmelodlou wa the song, It wa a hearty note and strong, Who list may In their mumming see Trace of ancient mystery. White shirts supplied the masquerade And smutted cheeks the visor mad:-Bu- t. Ol what masker, richly dlght. Can boast ot bosom half so tight! England wa merry England, when Old Christmas brought hla sport again. Twas Christmas bruach'd the mightiest ale: Two Christmas told thu merriest tale; A Christmas gambol oft could cheer The poor man's heart through half the year. --Wt Walter Boott. A SURPRISE BOX. Something which would dellgh any little Invalid Is a "surprise box." This may be planned to last a week or any length of time one wlshe and should contain a package for each day, with the date on which It Is to b opened written plainly on each one. Dolls, toys, books ant many other things dear to the child-Isheart may be put In tnese packages and the little one will surety re Jole to have bis "Merry Cbilsuaaa last so many daa The Right Kind ot Reading Matter. 4 tfecMrfxr 21, 1911 THE CITIZEN. LOUIS D. BRANDEIS. Page Seres. ,SERIAL STORY (&e flax nnd worketh with gladness. a pattern for hmisewjTei. How the layoth hor hand to the spin- Show yourself equally worthy of bedle nnd hnldcth the distaff, ing the model of husbands. How sho Is not afraid of tho snow for Hold this akeln on your hands, waits herself or her household, L t wind It, ready for knitting; Knowing her household nre clothed Then who knowa but hereafter, when with tho scarlet cloth of her fashions hays changed and the wesvlngl manners, Fathera may tnlk to their sons of the So, as aho ant at her wheel one aftgood old timet of John Aldcnl" ernoon In tho autumn, Thus, with a jest and a laugh, the Alden, who opposite ant, and waa skein on his hands the adjusted, watching her dex(eroua fingers. Ho sitting awkwardly there, with his As If tho thread sho waa spinning his arms extended before him, wero that ot his life and hit for- Shtondlng graceful, erect, and windtune. ing the thread from his Angers, After a pause In their talk, thus tpako Sometimes chiding n little his clumsy to the sound of tho spindle. manner of holding. "Truly, Prlscllls," ho said, "when f Sometimes touching his bands, ns sho ace you spinning nnd spinning, disentangled expertly Never Idlo a moment, but thrifty nna Twist or knot In tho yarn, unawares With lllnmationa thoughtful of others, for how could she help It T Suddenly you arc transformed, are Sending electrical thrills through Mowaiil Chandler Christy visibly chnnged In a momont; every nerve In his body. You nro no longer I'rlscllla, but Herthu, tho Honutlftil Spinner." Lo! In tho midst of this scene, a Here the light foot on tho treadlo breathless mcssepger cntered,- grew swifter and swifter; tho Ilrlnglng In hurry nnd heat tho tersplndlo rible news from the village. Uttered an angry snarl, and the thread Yes; Miles Htandlsh was dead! nn snapped short In her fingers; Indian had brought tbcm tbo tidWhllo tho Impetuous speaker, not ings. heeding the mischief, continued: Slain by n poisoned nrrow. shot down Month nttnr month passed away, anil "You are tho beautiful Ilerthn, the In the front ot tbo tattle. In mihinin the ships of the spinner, the queen ot Helvetia; Into oil ambush beguiled, cut oft with monJlinnU Hbo whoso story I read at a vtall In the wholo of his forces; Caroti wJth kindred and friends, with the at recta of Southampton, All tho town would be burned, and all cMirtln and corn for the Pilgrims. Who. a sho rode on her palfrey, o'er tho people be murdered x All In the vinace was pacc, the men wcro totem en ihelr Inborn, lluay wllh howlng am bulldlnK. with ganlc'n-phi- t and with raercatead, llasy with breaking the glebe, nnd mowing tho gra In tho meadows, Rearchtnj: Iho sea for Its null, nnd hunrlra; the deer In tho forest. All In (ho rtHafiQ wan pence; but at BEREA Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE Ol THE MOUNTAINS What Are Yoor Talents? What Hre Yoor 711ms? Berea Has the Training Thnt Is Best For TOO. T J Standish Courtship cTWiles Are you not far advanced Then enter the hit testimony against the steel trust before the Interstate Commerce of Commission. He It attracting attention because The Spinning Wheel $100,000 LOSS BY FIRE, i Blaze Destroys Block and Fve Re- - tall Business Places At Mount Vernon. Mt. Vernon, O., Dec. 16. Fire hero AWroycd n business block ntid"the stocks of five retail concerns, causing n totnl loss of $100,000. Tho flro started from u small stove In the window of the Low s Clothing Co, used to keep frost off tho windows. Tho building, belonging to tho Kogers estate, was wiped out, together with tho Joel Levy Shoo stock, Lewis clothing stock, millinery stock; Kilkenny cigar nnd .tobacco stock and the McCormlck furniture stock. Tho loss on tho building Is estimated at $G0,000 and that on the various retail stocks at $40,000. Mc-Hn- times the. Filled tbo atr with alarm, nnd tho apprehension sf dangor Pravely tho stalwart Miles Htnndlsn was aanjrlnR tho land with Ills rumor ot warfaro Till hla mimo kad become n ainmd of foor tn tho nation. Anger wira atlll In his heart, but at times fho roracm; and contrition Which In all noble nature succeed forces. Waxing valiant In fight and defeating (hu nflen armies. $Bxk ssssMssaaasaaaa I vf yy,3aoJBB FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Her will be placed with others like yourself, under a tpecial teacher, and snoat rapid progress. You will masttr Arithmetic and the cos branches and ba ready to use them. You will have tinging, drawing, fa and household management, and free textbooks. One year In the F dxLion School costs lest than $90 and It worth $1,000. Are you aiming to be a teacher? Then Join the NORMAL 8CHOOL, John Wirt Dlntmore, Dean. .Hero you will bm mm trained that you will fear no culmination, and you will bo taught how tsaeh. Tho demand for Berca. trained teacher far exceeds the supply. Are you Interested In earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. Marsh, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Business Course, Eta. Here you toon doublo your earning power, and learn to enjoy things In a superior manner. Are you desiring the noxt beat thing to a College Course T The tassi ' two year or three year In tho GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Franclt E. Matheny, Dean. T years, or three years. In such practical studies at will fit you for as lumoe-abl- e and useful life. You aelcct your studies from such at these: PkyasV-ologtho science of health; Civics tho science of government; OnunsMW Ethic tho science of rlga1 tho, art of correct speech and and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general lbtclllgeaoot Botany necessary for tho doctor and Interesting to every lady1; Piysttat the science ot machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start tn the E. Mathttij. BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francl Dean. Dcat training tn Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. s has Its own and Men's Dormitory, and a large bodr of students ot high' character and ability, able Instructors, and use ot CoV-le-g Book-Bindin- ca y letter-writin- class-room- Library and apparatus. Berca College The College Itself stands apart from all tho other school under ta sntri agement and has long maintained the highest standards known tn theSoutio. To conform to the Carnegio standards wc have diminished our former requirements! Required and oloctivo studies with opportunity to conoesUiaats ta' particular lines. Largost collcgo library tn Kentucky. laboratories equlpp'e-for studect practice Courses leading to the degrees of A. K aV B, D. U, and B. Ped. MUSIC (8lnglng Free). Heed Organ. Voice Culture, Piano, Theory Bandi may be taken for special fee in connection with work la any et tkt d Tollers Wilf Organize 'Store, Akron, O., Deo. 1C. South Akron worklngmen have raised $2,000 toward n cooperative storo with which they, will tight tho middlemen ana lower tho Ceorgc P. Smith, cost ot living. Socialist candidato for Mayor at the last election, heads u committee that Is boosting the plan. tho p.mlonat6 outbreak, Cnma tfko n rlslnjc tide, tbnt encount-er- a I bo auih of a river, Hlsylng Ira current a whllo, but making-It Miter nnd brarkUh. Meanwhile Alden at home .had built him n now habitation, Holld, substantial, of timber rough- hewn from the flrr'of tun forcat. Vooden4arred waa tho door, and the roof waa coiercd with ruahei: Latticed the windows wtrc, and the window-pane- s were of paper. Oiled to admit the light, while wind and rdla Hire excluded. There, too, he dug a well, and around It planted an tbard: HUH rosy be seen to thla day some trace-- of the well and tho orchard. Cloae fa the house waa tho atoll, where, safe and aecure from an- - abov schools. '. - MARKET QUOTATIONS Cincinnati, December IS. Cattle About steady nn good to choico quality nnd weak to 10c lower grades. on inedluirt and common Shippers $.'.7!!fi7, extra $".25".K0; sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbTbp jsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbHbbbbbbbbsI ?Wbbbbh 'm I fiats jJTaSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBasl BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSfP butcher steers, extra $6.2306.50, good Tl fl aBBBBar to choico $o.2.riftC, common to fnlr $4 ((: heifers, extra 5.1.50. good ta cholqo $4.65a5.40, common to falr,$3itjf .bu; cows, exira ?t.uuut.iu, gooauw choice $3.T54.40, common U Twr canners, $1.2302.75. , $1.2Sfi'3.C0, Hulls Steady, llologna $3.75a42r, , fat bulls $4.2..e4.7r. Milch Cows Steady and slow. Calves Good light steady to a shade higher; other grades slow and Pressing Htr Close to His Htart. weak: Extra 5'Jfj.2.", fair to good rge $3.i067. $G..r0R9, common and Such were the tldlqgs ot evil that valley and meadow and moun Hogs generally steady at yesterof the hear- day's prices. Heavy hogs $C.106.3.r, burst on the hearts tain. Kver was spinning her thread (ram ers. good packers and butchers stood Priscllla. $C30p6.3:. mixed packers $6.10&G.30, Silent and statue-llka distaff flxod to ber saddle. . stags 3&r, common to choico heavy She was so thrifty and good, that her her face looking backward named passed Into a proverb. Still at the face of tbo speaker, her fat sows $4aXi.7r, extra $.pi.80ai.8.", light shippers $5.2.) 5.70, pigs (110 lbs and arms uplifted In horror; So shall It bo with jour own. when shall no louger Hut John Alden, upstarting, us If the less) $4fr5.in. tho splnnlng-wheo- l Kxtrn $3.50, good Sheep Stead)'. Hum In the house of tho fanner, and barb ot the arrow fill Its chambers with music. Piercing the heart of his friend had to choico $33.40, common to fair Then shall tho mothers, reproving, struck his own, nnd hnd sundered $I.252.75.Steady; extra $6.10d6.2.r, how It was In their child- Once und forever the bonds that held good to choice $5.50QG. common to hood. him bound as n captive. fair $3.25a5.25; stock owes $33.50, Praising the good old times, and the Wild with excess of consatlon. the yearlings days of I'rlscllla, the spinner!" awful delight of bis freedom, Wheat Tho market ruled ltrni on Straight uprose from her wheel tne Mingled with pain and regret, uncon- nil grades. No. 2 red 97fla84c No. 3 beautiful Puritan maiden. red Hip 97c, No. 4 red 84093c. Sales: scious of what ho wnti doing. Pleased with the pratso ot her thrift Clasped, almost with 11 groan, the 1 cor No. 2 red (track) at J8c. was the from him whose praise Corn Doth shell and ear corn dismotionless form of Priscllla, sweetest, Pressing her close to his heart, as for played a tinner tone. No. 2 whlto 63 C67c, No. 3 white 610630, No. 4 white Drew from the reel on the table a ever his own, and exclaiming: 5860c, No. 2 snowy skein ot ber spinning. 6067c. No. 3 united, yellow 61063c, yellow yellow 58060c, "Those whom the Lord hath No. 4 Thus making answer, meanwhile, to let no man put them nsunder!" .No. 2 mixed 62 0 66c, No. 3 mixed 610 t.ho flattering phrases of Alden: 63c. No. 4 mixed 58060c. whlto ear 62 "Come, you must not be Idle; It I am Kven as rivulets twain, from distant 065c. Sales: 1 car No. 4 mixed (track) at 58&o. and separate source. Seeing each other afar, as they leap Oats The market ruled firmer. No. 2 white CI05Ic, standard white from the rocks, and pursuing Each one Its devious path, but draw- 5OH0B1C. No. 3 white GlHc. No. 4 white 47049c, No. 2 mixed C0j51v, ing nearer and nearer, tlush together ut last, at their tryst- - No. 3 mixed 5O05Oc, No. 4 mixed 47049c. In the forost; liny Market So these lives that had run thus far No. 1 timothy showed no changes, $23023.50, No. 2 timoIn separate cbannols. thy $1.50022, No. 3 timothy $19,500 Coming In sight ot each other, then 20.50, No. 1 clover mixed $22 022.50. swerving and flowing 'asunder, No. 2 clover mixed $20.50021. No. 1 Parted by barriers strong, but draw- clover $21.50022. No. 2 clover $200 20,50. ing nearer and nearer, Sales: 15 tons No. 1 timothy Rushed together at last, and oge waa (track) at $23.50; 10 tons No. 2 timothy (truck) at $22. lost In tho other. c o lng-plnc- e Questions Answered Berea, Friend of Working Students. Berca College, with tta affiliate" chools, it not a money-makinInstitution. It require certain fee. It expends many thousands of dollars each year tor the benefit ot it dents, giving highest advantage at lowest cost, and arranging for stu4 to earn and save In every way. OUR 8CH0OL (8 LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to , the character and reputation of the young people. Our students come the best famllle and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any whs aaair be tick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All exoept those with parent la Berea live In College building, assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable) lag, and getting pay according to the value ot tbelrMabor. Except la trfe) tar It is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of tMr a penae. Writ to the Secretary before coming to secure employmeat. PERSONAL EXPENSE8 for clothing, laundry, postage., books, eat, vary; with different people- - Berea favors plain clotBing. Our climate It the heat, but a student must attend classes regardless of the weather, warns wraps g nojance. ateer, that the had fallen to Aklen'a allotruenl In the drvlstoa of cattle, might ruminate In the nighttime Over the posture bo cropped, made fragrant by eweet pennyroyal. Haghorn, anow-wblte bin labor waa finished, with eager feet would the dreamer Follow the pathway that ran through the woods to the house of Prls-cili- Oft when Led by fflutloni romantic nnd aubtllo deceptions of fancy, I'leaaurn disguised an duty, and love In the fombtonce of friendship. Kter of her he thought, when ho fashioned the walla of hla dwelling; Ker of ber he thought, when be delved In tho aoll of hit gnrden; Kver ot her h thought, when hu read In hla Itfblo on Sunday Praise of the virtuous woman, a she Is described In tho Proverbs, How tho heart of her husband doth anfely irast In htr always. How all the days ot hor life the will do hlrn good, and not evil, How sho secketh tho wool and the aad underclothing, umbrellaa and overshoes are necessary. The tlve Store furniabes hooka, toilet article, work uniforms, umbrellas other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPEN8E8 are really below cost. The College asks xu for the fine buildings in which students live, charging only enough rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding aaot towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, $1.35 a week. In the faU. and $1.50 In winter. For furnished room, with .fuel, lights, washing ot ding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEE8 are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee tear return ot room key, library books, etc. This is paid but once, and ia returnatl when tho student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on. expenses for care of school fcailtV T ings, hospital, library, elc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or service teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for moat tudents Is $5.00 a term, $6.00 In Academy and Normal, and 17.00 In CoIls-glacourses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rest sjr the term, board br tho half term. Installments are a follow: aV te FALL TERM Vocational Academy and Foundation School. and Normal, $ 5.00 Incidental Fee Room Board, 7 week Amount due Sept. 13. 1911 Board 7 weeks, due Nor. 1, 1911 I f 5.60 9.45 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 $29.00 8.00 7.00 4nav Urn Tjs LA MS Total for term If paid In advance 131.90 131.40 BXJ- - WINTER TERM Ht4V xatr Incidental Fee Room jtfd, weeks I E.00 00 9.00 I fl.oo 1J29 9.00 Amount due Jail. 3, 1912 Board t weeks, due. Feb. 14, 1912 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $28.50 131.20 wJm (TO UK COKTINUKIM daughter marry that little bandy- Muy 64c, July 654c. Oats Cash 50c, December 49?ic, legged sport Mr. Monk "Why, he'a tho best climber !n the Jungle, and May Blo, July 47c. ltye No. 2 93c. that's quite Important when food Is so high." Luffalo, Dec. 15. Sprlhg wheat No. 1 Northern, $1.10; No. 2 Northern. Luke 19:3, $1.06; winter, No. 2 red. 99c; No. 2 Deacon "I fear It's the Sunday pa- whlto. 98c. Corn No. 3 yellow, GIc; No. 4 yelper we must blame for our small morning congregations, pastor." Pas- low, 63c, Oats No. 2 white, 52c; No. 3 white, tor "Yes, many of our people are like Zaccbeus, prevented from getting GlVic; No. 4 white, 50ic, standard, 51 c. near our Lord by the press." Doston llnrley. $I.1S01.25. Transcript Hye-- No. 1, $1; No. 2. 98c. He Had One Mr. Leo "Why did you let your 15, 1911. 9554c, December 34c, May 99?ic July 9G&C Corn Cash 64c, December Toledo, December Wheat Cash. Total for term If paid In advance SPRING TERM 130.70 .00 5X8 8.71 117.75 8.75 124.60 63c; Incidental Bee Room Board. r ...t..... 6 weeks I 6.00 4.00 6.75 15.75 1.75 Amount due March 27, 1912 Board 6 weeks, due Ma 1, 1912 lsVf Total for term If said In advance....-- , $22.50 122.00 124.00 Plan Now, Come January 3d young man or young woman can get an educatUa mt Any Bereu If there Is the will to do so. It is a grcat'advantage to start In the Fall and have a full year ot study. Many young people waste time hi tbo public school going over and over the same things, when tboy might bo Improving asaast faster by coming to Uerea and starting In on' d;w studies with some et ts-bes- t young men and women from other counties und States. Make your plaus to come January 3d. able-bodie- The Light Foot on th e Treadlt Grew Kwlfttr. The Vfsktt Man. Knst.llulTulo, Dee. 15. Cattflo MarOur notion et the me'ekest man la ket dull and steady; prime kteers, one who Is afraid to attempt borrow$7.5008.50; butcher grades. $307.25. Calves Market active. Cull to ing a part ot hla salary from bis wife. choice, $609v5O. Atchison Globe. Sheep and lumltK Murket uittlve. Choico lambs, $6.5006.70; mill to fair, What We Live For, $506.25; yearlings, $4.5005; sheep, What do we live for If not to make $1.7504.5.0. world less difficult for oca other J Hogs Market slow, the ,0c lower George Eliot. Yorkers, $6.2006.30; plgn, $5.90; mixed, $tUO0O.35; heavy, .:i.106.4O; rough, $3.25fri.C.'i; atat, $55.25. 1 For Infermntlon or friendly advice write tc ihe Secretary. D. WALTER MORTON, berea, kV. Page Eight yHHeeimtoHonononeHBmoonaHonanenonoHotoHotoW THE CITIZEN. o o M o o o o M December ai, 1911. POLITICAL IDEALS Continued from f.East Kentucky Correspondence I News You Get Nowhere Else n li Mt nnriuH (or 0 tiieiioiioitoiioitoitoNOitoitoitoitoitvotioiioMoMotioliolioMoMolioMoMaM I J. H. Oabbard (or $100 and will movo Hurry Up soon. Wrn. llallcy went to Clay Co. Inst week and traded a horso for n And Engage Your R.ooms bunch of cattle. Tbcro Is Sunday School at this placo every Sunday at As told elsewhere In this paper, Bc- - two o'clock. Miss Lucy I'rlco la very la vnnlrlnir iVtrV tttfTt ill linJslck' with pneumonia. Dr. Goodman 7, accommodations for tho provldo of Wclchburg was called there, Sat' pcoplo who ought to bo In Dcrea tho urday. Gcorgo Griffith, from Rook coming winter. Several stores and castlo Co. has been visiting relatives residences havo bocn purchased and hero tho past week. Tho infant ut nro being fitted up for Collego use necessary that Hlgo Gabbard is Improving nicely. but It is absolutely Mrs, Ford is visiting relatives In tho authorities should know before Owsley Co. at present lohn Burnam, how many nro coming, hand who and it, E. Nichols and Dan Lucas wero Kooms aro engaged as fast as letters In this vicinity buying cattle last como with tho dollar deposit. Jf you week. F. Cornelius is hero running hnvo not written wrlto today to 1), tics during tho tldo. Orbln Smith Walter Morton, Secy., Borca Ky. and Willie Roberts ha?o gono to Livingston on a tlo raft. writer. Tba MB aaaltihrl sakia ilfMl l tall ly sabllcaUoi, bat ai it tTMestt tt tod faita. Writ plainly. X X " ' Born to James Lodford and wife, a flno largo girl. Miss Jano Roberts, daughtor of John Roberts, died, Dec. 7. Sho Is survived by many friends and relatives Mr. Oscar Bowllnir, son of Wm Bowling and Cloyd Vance, son of Mr. A. Vanco both havo pneumonia fever. Mrs. Ballle Mnrciim, Sr., has been bleeding at tho lungs somo for a fow days Thero was church at this placo Bun-da- y night by Rev. A. J. Merrill. Flvo Joined tho church Two doputy sheriffs shot and killed Will Hollon last Wednesday. Tho sheriffs' names aro James Prof fit and Isaac Miller. Tho shooting was dono In Owsley Co. across tho Clay lino G. A. Mitchell inado a business trip to Laurel Creek last Saturday. O. lV Lajnbcrt last Saturday. a. L. Langdon of Bear Crook was in our town buying furs ono day last week. Abo Cdlllna mov- a c.l tn Eiit niwv h was a box suppor at Bethany Academy iec. lain Thero will bo a Christmas tree hcro Saturday, Dec. 23 School is progressing nicely here. Nearly all tho schools will closo about Dec. 20th. n-- u Callhan a fow days ago Grant York lost a good cow the other day. It fell In a ditch. Bud Clark passed through our placo Sunday Doctor Jones of Goochland is (aid to be In bad health again Oranlson Clark has moved from his old homo on Clear Creek to Dr. R. II. Lewis' farm on Scaffold Cano.-Gr- ant York sold his pony to .. .. . a a .11 n .nr. aiivq oi r rooKcu urccK ior liny dollars, tho other day. 1 pg j OWSLEY COUNTY INLAND CITY JACKSON COUNTY MeKKK Foxtown, Dec. 16 Mrs. Lourinda is very ill at present with pneumonia. Dr. Hornsby Is In attendance. J. W. Miller of Rockcastle Is visiting his friends at Foxtown for a few days this week. Thero has been a largo tlo and log tldo In South Fork yester day and today. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred their first birthday anniversary at Mooro visited Mr. and Mrs Wllllb Cox the homo of Mrs. D. O. Collier. Tho last Sunday. Alfred Isaacs Ms erect members Invited their husbands, ing a new dwelling house at Poud sweethearts, or best friends so there J. i. koso caugnt a line coon in a was a goodly number present dcsplto trap one morning this week, weighed tho heavy down pour of rain. After 10 pounds. Mrs. Laura Johnson and an original poem read by Miss Hoek- boys visited Mrs. J. C. Isaacs, Fri je, the president, a brief report of day. Miss Roslo Isaacs visited her tho past year's work was read by aunt, Mrs. J. F. Rose, last week and Miss Colker, tho secretary. Then fol attended church at Chestnut Flat, lowed refreshments and games. Tho Saturday and Sunday Jerry Abner LONGFELLOW party broke up at about 12 o'clock. called on W. P. Isaacs again this All were delighted and wished tho week. We wish tho Citizen and Its Under a spreading chestnut tree Ho goes on Sunday to the church, King's Daughters might have another readers a Merry Christmas and a Tho vlllago smithy stands; And sits among his boys; birthday soon. The Rev. Arthur 1! Happy New Year. The smith, a mighty man Is he, He hears the parson pray and preach. A TYNKK Allen will preach at the Academy WltH large and sinewy hands: He hears his daushter'a volco. Tyner, Dec. 17. Owing to hlgtf I Audfthe muscles of his brawny arms Singing In the village choir. next Sunday. water wo have had no mall slnco rfA strong as iron bands. And it makes his heart rejoice. rUITKTT prlvott, Dec. 16. Wo havo been hav Thursday. Messrs. L. C. and J. T. His hair Is crisp, and black, and Ions. it sounds to him like her' mother's lng somo rainy weather for tho past Mooro have gone to Livingston on a His face is like the tan; voice, drift of cross ties. Mr. and Mrs. week. J. D. Spurlock has moved his lUs brow is wet with honest sweat, Singing In Paradise saw mill on the old Culton farm and Thomas Morris of Gray Hawk wero He earns wbate'er he can, is now ready for work. Wm. Dun! visiting in the homo of E. C. Mooro And looks tho whole world in the He needs must think of her onco more. from Friday until Sunday. Mr. and gan and Isaac Bowles are practicing face. How tn tho grave she lies. on their pieces for tho last day of Mrs. M. F. Goodman aro visiting in For ho owes not any man. And with his hard, rough hand ho their schools, tho 29 and 30th of this Fayette County Mr. and Mrs. Amos wipes Metcalf of Nathanton, Mrs. Mary Week In, week out, from morn till month. Old uncle Marcus Cook Is night, A tear out of his eyes. very 111. Ho has a stroke of paralysis Dougherty of Titus, Mr. Matt Mrs You can hear his bellows blow; on one side. Charlie Cook has gone of Garrard County and Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Bullock wero the guests of O. You can hear him swing his heavy Tolling, fejolclng, sorrowing. to Lexington to spend Christmas. Onward through life he goes; sledge Marlon Smith and family will move W. Moore and family Monday night Each morning Bees some task begun, Mr. JJm Brewer was in this viciWith measured beat and slow. in this vicinity in a few days. Died, Each evening sees it closo; ' on tho 13th Inst., tho ltttlo daugh- nity branding staves for Leo Congle-to- n Llko a sexton ringing; tho village boll, Something attempted, something done. thovpast week Roy and Clay When the evening sun Is low. Spurlock, ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Has earned a night's repose. ago nlno years. She was 111 for about Moore who havo been working on And children coming home from fifteen days. Her remains wero laid Quicksand for tho past three months Thanks, thanks to thee my worthy school to rest In tho Spurlock cemetery. Tho havo returned homo R. B. Reynolds Look in at the open door; friend. fell from tho roof of his granery. funeral service was conducted by Rev. For the lesson thou hast taught! They lovo to see the flaming forge. Wm. Anderson Charlie Robertson Monday, fracturing his ankle which Thus at the flaming forge ot life And hear the bellows roar, who got his foot shot Is getting has given him much trouble. J. S. And Our fortunes must be wrought; catch tho burning sparks that Moore is in tho fur business again along finely. Thus on its sounding anvil shaped this season W. R. Roynolds killed ailATUAWK Each burning deed and thought! Like chaff from a threshing floor. hawk last week that measured 45 Grayhawk, Dec. IS. This has been tho wottcst week in this year. Many Inches from tip to tip. Mrs. Claud in very bad condition W. B. Lake Miss Edith Fowler and father spent a of tho boys havo gone down tho river Rader has been very sick with mus passed thru here buying furs, today; tfew days last woek with tho former's on cross tics, and report tho ties cular rheumatism but is improving. Sill Shearer caught a very .largo Bister, Mrs. Evejetto Alexander. Mr. H. Moore had J. M. Morgan arrest aro going slowly. A. I. Prlvett has fox recently. Tho Misses Mary and Harry Edwards spent Sunday with sold part of his land to Mr. Isaac ed on two charges, ono for assault and Verdle Shearer visited at Robert Mc his Bister, Mrs. Frank Congleton. Messier. J. B. Bingham and Joab battery, the other for moving lumber Queen's, Sunday. Frank Swlntord of Charley Wilson vUltcd his parents, Begloy have swapped land and both off his property. Both cases are Bet Berea visited his parents this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Wilson, Sunday. parties havo moved. R. P. Welch for Tuesday before Judge Mulllns. With best wishes for a Merry ChristWillie Mulllns took his crop of tohas sold his farm to Bob Turner for Next Saturday and Sunday aro re bacco to Richmond, Monday. Next mas and a Happy Now Year to all, eight hundred dollars and is in the gular meeting times at old Flat Lick. Saturday and Sunday Is tho next reMADISON COUNTY ' Chester Jones will close his school dry goods buslnoss. W. H. Tlncher gular meeting at Clear Crock church. K1NOHTON a Everybody Invited There will" be a of Longman is visiting at Bingham on Friday after Christma&wlth Kingston, Doc. 18 Miss Vcrna nice exhibition. There Is moro corn and Louis Hamilton's this week. school exhibition at tho Hammond Parks lcfiast Saturday to be tho Silas Bingham of London is visiting In this vicinity than thero has been School houso, Christmas. Services guest of her uncle, Mr. Louis Parks, home folks this week. D. Young is for several years, although it Is wero conducted at tho Davis Branch ot Cincinnati for tho next threo planning to havo an entertainment selling at a dollar per bushel. school houso last Saturday night by weeks Miss Lydla Young and father ,and Christmas troe. Wo hope to havo PERRY COUNTY tho Rov. James Hardin and Wllllo mado a business trip to Berea, Weda nice time Moonshlno seems to be Granlson Clark of Perry County is having qui to an Mulllns. nesday. John Webb and Dan Maupln plentiful In this part at present. has moved to Scaffold Cane. attended the inauguration at Franklaudation of disorder. Tho County con UUULKY Our school on Davis Branch is pro fort,, Tuesday Chas. Powell visited tains as many good people as ever, Hurley, Dec. 17. Tho Rev. Bowut the coming in of the railroad and gressing nicely with Mrs. Daisy 8wn-for- d rclatjlui in Jackson County last man failed to fill his regular appoint- tho overflow of whiskey in soveral as teacher. Here's wishing a week The Misses Ethel and Mabel ment at this place Saturday and Sun- localities swelled tho court docket at happy Christmas to Tho Citizen and Flanery wore shopping In Richmond, day. Tho mall carrier from Livings- tho lust session to nearly six hundred Its many .readers. Saturday. There will bo a Christton has failed to connect with the cases. This is a great contrast to Owsmas tree and entertainment at this CLIMAX McKee mall carrier three days this ley County, whero the cases of tho Climax, Dec. 18. G. V. Holllngs-wort- h placo, Saturday night, Dec. 23rd Mr. week on account of high water. Ben corresponding session numbered less passed through our town, Sun and Mrs. Robert Bowman of Conway Gabbard, who has been working in than forty. We take comfort, however. day, with Dr. R. H. Lewis' enrouto spent Wednesday and Thursday with Illinois, is at homo again. Rev. W. in tho tact that the officers aro sot Mrs. for Jackson County to seo Jonah Wild Mr. and. Mrs. Will Cornellson M. Johnson of Annvllle preached at letting wrong doing go unpunished. Maud Settle, of Lexington was tho who Is very poorly with rheumatism. this placo Saturday and Sunday. Iiy taking hold of things in tlmo wo Aunt-RoHolllngsworth, who has guest ot her parents from Thursday Wiley Roberts is homo from Wyatt, shall restore good order and good re- been sick bo long, is now getting bet- till Monday. Missouri, accompanied by his cousin, puto In old Perry. ter. Undo Abnoy Ballngcr is no betSoil Best at Eatter and Christmas. W. M. Hlllard, of that place. Robt. A Brooklynlto who has been visit tor at this writing. Ho Is old and feeCLAY COUNTY Baker and son, Cloyd, were in this ble, bosldo sick, and is not very apt lng In England stopped at a picture part last week measuring, logs for ma CltKUK to get up Garrett Sparks bought shop In a small town and glancing the Livingston Lumber Co. W. M. Idle admiration at an engraving Big .Creek, Dec. 12 Marriages: Frank Baker's farm the other day Prosperlne rising out of Hades reMcCollum traded houses with J. R. Mr. Tlldcn Bowling to Miss Orleua at 300. Joe Hampton sold his farm marked to the proprietor that tt was Callahan of Double lick and got 250 Spurlock: Mr. Ashcr Bowling to Miss a few days ago to WUDurn uatilff kqutte pretty. "Yes. madam." he re to boot David Oabbard is building a Mary Bowling: Mr. Beverly Baksr for six hundred dollars We are Inplied, "so It Is, but I always And these chimney to his dwelling house. Mr. to Miss Addle Bowling Born to Mr. formed that Em Bowls, better known j religious subjects sell best aUEaster Orover Gabbard bought a farm from C. B. Hosklns and wlfo, a big girl as Em Hendy was married to John , and Christmas." Brooklyn Eagle. . Am-bro- mall McKee, Doc. 18. Tho dally to Livingston has been delayed slnco Thursday on account of high water. -- slohn Nantz of Wolchburg camo in town Sunday afternoon and stayed over for County Court today. Most of tho Co. officials will renew their Mrs. bonds today for next year. Isaac Messier, who has been In Now York and other points In tho East for tho past month In the Interest of tho Reformed Church Schools cs' tabllshed In tho County, returned last Friday. Miss Emma Jones of Mildred will visit with her sister, Mrs. C. 1 Mooro, till ofter Christmas. Leonard Medlock was in Mildred, Sunday. Roy Mulllns, son of Judge J. W. Mul 11ns, received a very painful injury last Saturday by jumping off a wa gon. On lost Friday evening Tho King's Daughters of McKco held aro having Carico, somo very rainy weather the' past week. Owing to tho big tide In tho river a great many ties wero run to market John Burners sold his saw mill, bought a now ono and will bo ready to do good work at once, Undo Frank Colo Is In veny poor health at present. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Shclton, a flno boy. David Lear Bold his farm to John Sumers and has bought Cap Wilson's farm. Clark Cornett Is very poorly at this writing. FdXTOWN, III CO Dec. 18. We OA ROCKCASTLE. COUNTY WIMIIK Orlando, Dec! 16. Wo aro having lots of rain and a big tldo in Round-ston- e Mrs. Nanio Isaacs of Norton, Va., was viBltlng relatives near Morris Valley, reccnly. Misses Victoria and of Mulllns Station attended church at Maplo Grovo, SundayRobert Childress of Jit. Vernon was among friends hcro Saturday. Ben Ballard of Goochland took dinner with D. M. Singleton, Wednesday Mr. Daniel, who Is selling tho Spring lino of ladles' hats was calling on the merchants hero this week. nicely. r A protracted meeting Is being held ESTILL COUNTY at Mnplo Grovo this week, conducted WAfir.UHVILLK by Roy. Parker, M0biey and 1'ond.T. WagcrBvlllo, Deo. 18 Thero was Grandpa Smith Is very ill with quite a little rise In Station Camp pneumonia. Jerry Laecflcld Is Very 'Creek last week Mr. and Mrs. F. Ill at this writing Tip Tiler of Jel Congleton aro rejoicing ovor tho arllco, Tonn. and Ab Cohal of Cinrival of a flno boy, tho 16th Mr. cinnati aro hcro to spend Christ- Robert Wagers was among friends in mas with tho boys Chas. Rader Irvine, Saturday and Sunday James who starred for 'Oklahoma Tuesday SVarford camo home last week from arrived thero all right and writes Bloomtngton, 111. Mr. and Mrs. that he likes that country fine. Wagers wero tho guests of Mr. WHl'lJTANTA and Mrs. A. J. Scrivner, Sunday. Dlsputanto, Dec. I"5 Tho rainy Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sparks vUtted Mr. weather continues and the roads are and Mrs. Wade Fowler, Sunday. s so Isjand City, Dec. 14 O, W. Scalo of Major, got his houso, coal house, smoke house and all Insldo furniture burned to tho ground, Sunday. Lobs estimated at two thousand dollars. H. W. Brlggs left a fow days ago for Indiana W. A. Hosklns is seriously III Luctan Gentry who has been bo poorly has recovered and Is planning' to start to Borca In a 'few1 days It Is ronortcd that Wm. Mays, U. S. Marshal, will bo the lead- lng candidate for Sheriff of Owsley County Sheridan and Fred Peters, who havo boon at Franklin, O., for threo years returned homo a few days ago O. J. Oentry returned from London today where ho has been attending Commissioners Court against Bovo Hosklns for operating a moonshine distillery-- D. A. Campbell has purchased a new saw and grist mill nd will locate near Walnut Grovo. William Helton was shot and In- itantlv killed n. fnw ilnvp nrr nonr Buffalo, Owsley Co.. by officers from Clay County. John Chadwell. Era Cbadwcll and Otlo Mays aro planning to start to Berca in a few days to attend school this winter Born to tho wlfo ot Mack Moore, a bouncing boy. Tho mother and baby aro doing My ..prov0 M tnlnW( boU that whlch is good." Last night I mado hcro somo attompt at elocution. If woro y0UP elocution teacher today I would ask, How would you read that, 'inv0 an things, hold fast that whl3 Is good?" Is that tho way you would read ltT Let mo try It again. "Pro if o ALL things, hold fast that which Is 'good." Is that tho right wuyT Let mo try tt again. My friends, as long as wo aro In tho world, girls and boys, men and womon, as long as wo are in this world wo aro inn storm. "In tho tompcit of llfo," says tho old poem tho boys used to got up on tho platform and recite when I was a boy, "In tho tempest of llfo, midst tho wavo and tho gale." That Is whoro wo aro, and that Is where you will be when you aro grayer than 1 am. you to read that Is PROVE all things, HOLD FAST." with an em- phasls as It you wero tho captain of a ship, "HOLD FAST that which U good." If you do not do that in Do- rea you will low your hold. In stand- Inir for human rlcht. hero vou aro ntntiUntr fnr vnnr wfinln ntntn nml In a degree you aro standing for tho whole South, and In a degrco you aro standing for tho wholo United States. "Prove all things." Do not accept even tho liorrn. Idea until you havo 'tried it in tho light ot God's book. But do not como to his book and read anything In It by any light but t tho light ot the spirit ot tho wholo book. That, sort of blblo reading Is I what produced tho Bcrea Idea. Men havo got all sorts ot wicked schemes out ot that book by coming to it in their own spirit, or tho spirit ot Satan, Instead ot tho spirit ot tho book Itself, from cover to cover. But if you never find your faith anchored In this book, and It you never propose to bo "a follower of Jesus Christ, this much you can do any you how as an American citizen; can ask yourself when you aro testing any Question and especially when you aro testing tho Berea Idea: "Is this what Abraham Lincoln would have dono in tho easel" J ft We aro clt Irons, wo are cltltens of tho united f (From gallery, "world.") That is tho right word. Wo aro cltltens of tho United World,, and Tho Haguo is tho capital. Let Your Light Shins When you leavo Derca you go out Into your various communities, far and wldo, Georgia, North Carolina,. Kontucky, Tonnosaoo, and so on. You go from Borca and aro dropped like a grain of salt Into a Jar of water. What aro you going to do then and there? What aro you going to do with tho Borca idea? Aro you going to tuck It away and hldo UT Aro you never going to advanco it as a theory worth discussing! Aro you going to say to yourself that you afo a citU-e- n of Kontucky, Georgia, Tennessee or whatever it may bo, and that you aro going morcly to conform for conformity's sako with tho principles i nn.i iuih(iIj.iiluu ucrea sianaaro. ino hy Kover- a,ncnt and obc 11 ,lko ood cltltens, God's government I""1 to 8tAni luu ttuu lo worK ,or lno betterment :of WT law on 010 ahituto books, nHd ot ovory relation In llfo. You Will go homo and you will find In all our Southern lands that tho majority aro tending ono way which is not tho Borcan way. Will you follow, or will you lead? Is tho old maxim Is, will you follow a bad fashion or will J0" ,oad Bood one? Will you bo a crCa ,dea 18 10 tUin,x yr I '"" ssce, Citizens of the World Well, one word moro. I havo called you citizens ot tho United States. Is It not a superb thing, to bo a The Village Blacksmith 1 citizen ot a state like Kentucky, with all her splendid traditions and not have to be a citizen of tho stato of Kontucky only, but to be, In a measure, a citizen ot forty-seve- n other states? Is It not a superb thing, is not that ono of tho things which makes It magnificent to bo an American citizen? When 1 first stood beforo a Borcan audience that was all thero TIIK was of It. At least that was all thero POPULAR was ot It In sight. Now It is (OtherMECHANICS that make wise. What Is thero besides? I tfcant to ask you a question. You aro citizmoro nvrinaUntf ens ot the United States, and ono Berea Idea which will enablo you to hold onto all Borcan Ideas that wo aro "MMtTTTN SO VOU CAN citizens of something else besides UHDCatTAMD IT " Kentucky and besides tho United A CHEAT Continued Story of tlx Wo, U'. States, States. What Is It? Tho United ProfT whlcn m may hrcta rradliw t any time, and rH I wlil bold your latum something proportionately and as tar lorrrrr. running ui beyond tho United States as tho United States Is beyond Kentucky, in every direction. United what? Glvo Are you naMng it t Two mlllbiii of your it to me, the man or woman or tho ncisnoora rrr. ia it n ina larontr magazine intnouund of the best American homra. It girl that can, give it to mo. Tho unitappeal to c. I cUafaokl and youn men ? Ohl you havo got it In your ed and wanfT thota who know and tnoM who want to know. t going to wait for It. You I am SOO BICTUatS 2S0 PABC3 EACH MONTH 20O ANTICITS Or blNCKAJ. INTIH(T are a citizen ot the united The "Shop Notai" Department CO pafrt) (From tho audience, "Kingdom ot urn wri to do thing- - how to make tueiul fiir article lor home and ahop, rcuira,eic. God.") That is very good but that "AmiLur Mhnl " (10 pi Era) tf ll how to" Is not practical politics. That Is too make Miation furniture, wireleaa outfit a, boata. ensinea, magic, and all the thing a boy lores. high up for us for a whllo yet. Wo IM9 PCM YEAR. alNUt COPIES IS CSNTS can get to that, but I am speaking, WHITE PON PRE! (AMPUt COPY TODAY 1 am confiding myself and I want you to confldo your consideration Just I POPULAR MECHANICS CO. JOT w. IVhUiim It. CHICAGO , uuw vuiirviy, iu uijmuu iubuiuiiuub. ( . ' uvorsin, maoama, uenno Kentucky oniyi or win you, bo a citizen ot tho United States oven and NOT a citizen ot tho wholo world! Tho Borcan Idea Is that let opular conviction round about you be what It may, It is for you to bo a citizen of the wholo world. Stand up for the Right. You must study tho wholo world's progress. And tt tho United World's progress demands, as assuredly It docs, that as far and as fast as the general good ot human society will permit tt every Individual on tho faco ot God's earth shall be treated according to hs Individual worth then let that bo your peaceful but persistent declaration and abiding principle. That may not bo tho practlco ot tho majority of tho pcoplo ot tho South or ot the people ot Kentucky, but it la tho volco of tho united world In Its hymn Of progress, and that is tho word that I leavo with you. Storo It in your hrarts, but do not keep it as a secret; tell it, maintain It, work for it; brave dangers for it; bravo rldlculo for It; bravo contumely for It; and stand by it la tho natno ot God's kingdom. Magazine Fact Fiction Popular Mechanics Magazine In-ar- .... BEREA 1911. BANK & TRUST "CO.-t- n Report of the Condition of THE BEREA BANK CB. TRUST CO., Bank doing business at the town of Berea, county of Madison, the State of Kentucky, at the close of business on the 5th day of Dec., RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts JJuo from lianks Actual Cash on hand Checks, cash items and exchange for clearing. Overdrafts Current Expenses and taxes paid , Real Estate Furniture and Fixtures ! .. ta J113.318.07 0,234 20 4,131.00 r 805.74 4,220.00 8,458.21 17,158.52 1153,832.70 $25,000.00 a 13,320.40 3,820.12 Total LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in, iu Cash Surplus Undivided Profits Dopoaits on which interest is paid Deposits on which iuteret is not paid Total Deposits Cashier's. Checks outstanding Due Id Bunks Notes and Bills rediscounted , STATU ' $ 0,000.00 0,332.77 42,305.10 65,138.20 ,.. .. 15,832.77 07,443.42 50 00 1,00000 15,000.00 $153,832.70 sa OF KENTUCKV.l, . luumyoi Nimioil, J I, John P. Dean, Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief JOHN P. DEAN, Caahler. Subscribed and sworn to before mr by John P. Dean this 18th day of Dec 1911. My Commission expires January 29, 1912. O. D. HOLL1DAY, Notary Public Correct Atteit: Total A.ISAACS, J. W. STEPHENS, R. H. CHRISMAN, "Directors.