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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): January 11, 1912 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1912 cit1912011101_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): January 11, 1912 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I DENTS UEUEA OFF KY ll.E Knowledge BER.1A PUBLISHING CO. J. (INOORrOHATKD P. FAULKNER, Manege rt-pe- t tiiiwu Mnitrtd at IKs at Btrea, ., at tetnd Um Mil nutter. IDovo-becVol. The Citizen L it power r4 tfcf way to keep up with awtfen knowledge it to read a fod newspaper. to til Interests of the Mo"ULiitan. People DEItEA. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 11, 1912 XIII. Five cents a copy. One Dollar a year. No. 28 PREVENTION OF CRIME Tbo first slop SECOND STEP "If we pic ase you tell others, if not, tell us." One Pleasant Thing about OURj business is the SATISFACTION WE GET from the SATISFACTION WE GIVE. OUR customers go away satisfied; if the satisfaction doesn't last we want them to come back and tell us so. , r Clothing, Shoes For C& Furnishings Man or Boy R. R. COYLE, Berea, Ky. POLITICS SIDETRACKS IN WASKIN6T0N BUSINESS AT STATE CAPITAL President Out For Second Term-Stor- my Meeting of Democratic Committee Followed by "Harmony" Dinner. Ni-tlon- al Good Organization Finally Effected Speaker, Lieutenant Governor and Qovornor Work I n Spirit.' o f O'Rear's Policies. It bodes well thut the Legislature has been slow In perfecting Its organization, for hasto In LcgtBlattvo matters as well as other tilings. makes waste. Though some might not think so, It Is a good Indication to very boo both houses adjourn after short sessions cacti day during tho first week, it means real preparation for ttio tabor that Is before tho body. And there arc other good Indications. Speaker TVrrcll In tho Houso Irs announced that ha Is and will continue to bo his own master, and a resolution has been offered In that body providing that all visitors shall be excluded from tho hall during sessions. This Is a part of the drastic schema on tho part of tho House to emancipate Itself from tho so- called "Third House." And tho Senate Is no less deter mined In Its fight upon tho "third house," tho Lieutenant Governor having already shown himself master of tho nltuatlon, and tho rules, u dopted, Tuesday, calling for tho exclu sion of all lersonH from tho Senate Chamber during sessions, In lino with tho resolution In tho House. Tho principal event of tho present session so far wus tho separate bal lot taken for United States Senator, Tuesday, which resulted In 31 votes in tho Sunato being cast for James, and tho four Republican votes for Morrow. In tho Houao James recelv ed 71 Democratic votes and Morrow tho 21 Republican. A Joint ballot was taken Wednesday and u second Joint ballot .will bo taken Tuesday, tho ICtli. Tho Lexington Leader fac tluusly remarks that It looks as i Jamea will bo elected. Tho spirit of Judgo O'llenr lives, thoro being abundant evidences of tho effect of his campaign upon his opponents. It Is hardly wldo of tho mark to say that so far Governor Mc- Creary hoo acted llko a Progressive, CHEERFUL WINTER TERM There Is nothing of any lmiortanco being done In ConKrcss this week, that body marking tlmo, the members of both House and Scnato in both parties apparently being more Interested In tho coming presidential contest than anything else. Tho talk on the Republican side Is all about LaFollctte, and Itoosevclt and Toft, tho President having definitely announced that ho will stand for and reelection. LaFolletto has been on a ramingo in Ohio and elsewhere In tho north during tho holidays seeking to forward his can dldacy, but luia returned to Washington fooling rather frosty. Mr. Roosevelt, as usual, has nothing to say and everybody Is speculating. Matters hato been oven moro lively among tho Democrats, tho national committee having met In Washington, Monday, their dellKratlons being followed by tho Jackson Day Banquet that evening. Tho meeting of tho committee, was a stormy one, Mr. Bryan, as usual, being tho storm 11 center. Although ho was Is plain that ho Is too powerful and Is too much feared to bo Ignored. At tho dinner speeches wero tnado by all tho notables which of courso included tho presidential aspirants. It Is difficult to say whether Wilson, Clark or Dryan carted off tho laurels. It Is said to have been a harout-vot- mony meeting. CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE - FIRST ington. At tho Stata Capitol. In Our Own State. News of tho Woek. FACIE ' Kdltorlal. l'olltlcH Sidetracks Iluslness In Wash- l'leasant Wlntor Term. Coming Evonts. Wow Story. second page: Gouoral Nows Homo Town Helps. THIRD PAGE Sclonco and Invention. Stato Nows. Sunday School Lesson. Markets. FOimTH PAGE Locals. FIFTH PAOE Intouslvo Farming. I'lioumonln In Swluo, I'otato Growers. Children's Pulpit. SIXTH PAGE Tho Children. Sermon. Temporanco Notes. 8EVENTH PAGE I.lvo Stock and Farm Notes. EIGHTH PAGE ' There uro 200 more students In Bo-rthan over before, but so careful Jlias been tho planning, and so perfect Is tho organization that there Is but Uttlu confusion. You havo to attend tho United Chapel to reullzo that thero aro actually moro than 1,200 students In attendance. Tho receptions at tho Men's Dormitories, on Saturday, wero much nnd showed much good housekeeping on tho part of tho boys. Tho Vesper Receptions in tho Chapel for new students, with pictures, band music and other features, following tho "Jam" hoclal, havo keut now students cheer-tu- l. stere-optlc- Tho first word, the word eugenics. These we discussed last week, We nre now to take up the second step and the second word the process word. And what are thoy ? rarental influence, tho step; and training, the word. Can any ono see it otherwise? Hardly. And every one can readily see that the parents' problem of training is more than half solved, if the first step was a true step if the prenatal influence was what it should be more than half solved for two reasons: In the first place parents with sufficient wisdom and forethought to have a care for the prenatal influences on their offspring nre equipped by the same wisdom for the later work of training; and in the second place their task is rendered less difficult by the fnct that the dispositions with which they are to work have to a large extent already been givon right direction. A most significant argument, this, in behalf of the science of eugenics. So it follows that the problom of parental training, difficult in every case, is a problem, harder by many fold, to the very persons the least competent to attempt a solution. Hence the fact that tho homes that breed the criminal disposition usually aro the trainers, Ilenco the wholesale turning willingly or unwillingly, of criminals. over to tho s:hool and the church of the functions of the home by the parents. Hence the more than pound of cure that so often does not cure, and the less than ounce of prevention that rarely prevents. Hence our increasing criminal rrcorS our appalling criminal record. It will be seen from the foregoing that there are three classes of parents those who wilfully both breed and train criminals, those wno unwillingly do so thru ignorance ncd those who both have a care for the principle of eugenics and really train for righteousness. For the first class tho only remedies are some regenerating processes or the invoking of some legal restraint. The second class invites instruction and direction. While the third class already has its problems practically solved. It is to the second class, therefore, the class that both invites and needs that our appeal is made. We call it an appeal because we think we are laying bare the sources of crime, we think we see the remedy and we want to enlist thought thought on the prevention of crime parental influence that will prevent crime. Coming directly to the point training the training in the home that ubviates crime. And the first suggestion we have to make is that it takes the trained to train. Discouraging isu't it? Yes. But tho future of our children ought to be worth the price. Children are easily led but are hard to drive over a more difficult road while we the driversare going in an easier and opposite way. It is neither precept It requires both example nor example alone that tells effectively. nnd precept to tr'ain. Parents should lure to better things and lead the way. In the second place it takes the wise, the just, the good anoVthe to make punishment dither an instrument of cure or If inflicted in anger or inspired by a feeling of personal prevention. hurt or revenge by parents their guilt is greater than that of tho one punished and the "venting of their spleen" is their only reward, for the child will harbor resentment and in its turn get revenge by further outbreaks. Punishment to be effective foe good must be inflicted not in impatience and anger but in 6almuesB aud in love. Whipping is never in place except in cases of rebellion, and scolding never. Scolds ought to be in the insane asylum. They should be kept as far away from children as possible. The only punishment that the wise parent will use will be such as can be found in the imposition of extra tasks or in certain deprivations natural punishment. And there are several principles that the world is gradually learning that all parents who are interested in the training of their children should begiu to put into practice. The first is the value of positives as against negatives. There is certainly too much of the "don't" and not enough of the "do" in parents' directions to their children. The best way to keep them from the things that call for the "don'ts" is to enlist their activity right directions. Much of vice aud crime are iu other directions tho result of indolence the want of something worth while to do. Indeed in the future it will be known that "vice must be fought by welfare not by restraint," and that our pleasures are stronger than our temptations. Another principle tlmt demands attention is that of indirection. Tho direct way to get children to be good is to constantly urge them to be good, but that is not the wisest oor the surest way. The best way and the surest way is the indirect way letting goodness follow usefulness aud happiness. Children, just like their parents, resent all efforts to mnke them good but they like to be shown the way to happiness and usefulness; and the pursuit of these brings the goodness by the way. All this iu reference to training parental training to prevent It is in reference crime. And we have just one mora suggestion. to parents' conception of the part religion plays in the process. Tho popular notion is that all good and goodness come from religion and we think tlmt is about true, but the great failure of the home and the parents in the matter of training to prevent crime is of what religion is. They mistake due to n misconception for religion and say, of course, that they cau't Doctrine teach it. The fnct is that no two churches can teach it alike nnd parents are justified iu their determination not to try. But doctrine is not religion and parents nre the best teachers of religion when they know just what it is that its best definition is cinrocfer. The home can train in gentleness, kindness purity, courtesy, or it can neglect these and allow tho children to become uucouth, hardhearted, impure, liars and theives the parents expecting all these virtues to bo supplied by conversion religion when they get old enough to tlecide for themselves. They may be but they most ofteu are not; and, if these should bo supplied, that would bo to invite vice crime in order to enjoy the privilege of hnviug it cured. The better way is for the parents to teach these things, thus anticipating conversion thus teaching religiou thus PHEVENT-IN- G CHIME. Heprinted from Citizen of March 23, 1911. Prenatal influence. thai decribeti the process Don't Buy your Roofing until You See Us WHY? It EC A USE we are the only fro fie that matte tt sfecialty of the Hoofing llusinrss, 3. IIECA USE we tell more good roofing than alt the other dealers . tombined. 5. 1IECAUSE wehnowhow. We guarantee our work to be satis- factory and the best in every res feet. 4. JIECAUSE if you want to fat on your own roofing we mate it according to any specifications wanted 6ft., 7 ft., 60 ft., or any convenient length desired, so as lo afford the least waste. We give von initructions, show you the f refer use of the tools anilfurnish a heifer if you so desire. 6. 11ECA USE we bought three carloads of Hoofing at t-- 2 rock-botto- 6. UECA USE we are in a position least money. f rices. to sell you the best roofing for the JSerea School Office ot IRoof (no Phone 7 or HENRY LENQFELLNER, Manager Jackson St., llerca, A'y. Wanted several young men iSt. to learn the roofing business. HEWS OF THE WEEK IN OURJWN STATE Rear Admiral Evans Dies In Washing Bradley Appoints Danville Collector Spectacular Fire in Louisville Stuton Lincoln and Davis May Stand dent Government at State UniverSide by Side in National Hall of sity Banner Corn Grower Hog; Fame In the Grip of the North and pow vs. Human Being; IncendRicheson Confesses andis Condem-e- d iary Fire in Clay Co. to Death The Future of China. BOD" is DEAD Admiral Robley D. Evans, commonly known as "Fighting Dob,' probably tho most noted of tho na- al officers ot the United States, died suddenly at his home In Wash ington, Jan. 3rd. Ho was C5 years of ago and had been a noted figure In naval circles for many years, coming most prominently Into view at tho battle of Santiago when In com mand ot tho Indiana ho played such an Important part In the destruction of Cervcra's fleet. He had tho dis tinction also of commanding tho Atlantic fleet In Its memorable crulso around the world. "FIGHTING Rear BRADLEY AGAIN RULES Tho Danville collectorthlp seems to havo been settled at lost, and settled as every one believed it would be, who knows the power of Senator Bradley at the White House. Langloy and Powers, finding that they could not land their man, Jack-to- n Morris, concentrated upon Cooper the Incumbent, but It was announced Monday evening that tho President had decided to glvo tho post to Brad--ley- 's man, Winston Wiseman. . BIG FIRE IN LOUISVILLE A flro entailing a loss of two hun- LINCOLN AND DAVIS Sonio comment Is being excited over a statement issued from Washington that statues of Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis will be placed sldo by side In the old hall of tho Houso of Representatives ta tbo Capitol which Is now known as tho Nation's Holt of Fame. Inasmuch as tho states aro to decldo which of their noted names shall havo tho distinction thero seems to bo nothing In the way of the proposal. RICHESON CONFESSES Rev. C. V. T. Richeson, pastor of a Baptist Church in Cambridge. Mass., arrested, Oct. 20th, charged with killing Avis Llnell, a young girl with whom ho had been Intimate for some time and whom ho had promised to marry, confessed tho murder Jan. Cth. At tho tlmo of tho murder his marriage to another young woman In Doston was but a week off and presents1 were being received. This is ono of the blackest crimes on record. The minister claims th.it 1 ho was driven to tho confession penitence and remorse aud hopes tor an opportunity to redeem his sinful past bohjnd prison walls. However, ho vlll bo tent to tho electric chair and In tho Library and Laboratories; but no ono can pass through tho streets of llorca without feeling tho thrill of tho presence or this great regiment of young men and young women, each bent upon this or her particular task, and all together working for tho good of stato, nation and world. class-room- COMING EVENTS' Jath I' li Iter' Chapel. 14, Chapel. Sunday, 7 p. in Italno In Roberts In Main Pad Prayers. Utters to tho Editor. Eastoru Kentucky Nows. Does your date label If Hot, ay New equipments for boys rooms, Printing School, Agriculture, Millinery, Music, etc., havo beon hurried on, aud everything now 1912? seems well settled. Of courso tho really great work of ttio school is out of sight In students rooms, In class-rooms, Jan. 15, Monday, 0:40 College, lecture Downing. Normal Lecture Dlnsmore. Academy Lecture Mathcny. Vocational Lecture Marsh. ? Fouudatjon Lecture Tuesday, 9:40 United Men's Con unless the governor Intervenes. IN THE GRIP OF THE NORTH Tho entire country from tho Cana dian border to Southern Florida lias been In tho grip of a blizzard, the coldest slnco 1901, and while thoio was soiuo relief Monday, all hop-iwero dashed by a sudden plunge downward of tho thermometer Monday night, and now tho Weather Lureau announces that thero Is no ilnmediato relief In sight. Great is reported throughout tho country and a good many deaths. THE FUTURE OF CHINA A big question mark is about tho best characterization ot tho Chinese situation. As stated last week, a Republic has been formed by delegates from eighteen provinces and ference. Dr. Sun Yat Son chosen President. Unltod Women's Conference. Jan, 19, Friday, 7 'p. in. Annual Tho now government seems to havo taken hold of tho situation with a Debate. tho Jan. 21, Sunday, 7 p. m Ralne und great deal of ability, but on other hand tho Impcrallsts just no'-Roberts. seem to bo realizing tho serious9:40, United Lccturo Monday, ness of tho situation, tho reigning "Iluslness Is Business." Taylor. Jan. 27, Saturday, 7 p. m. Schcld-kret- 's Princes for tho flrtt tlmo having opetied their purses to tho support Hungarian Orchestra. ot tho government, nnd It Is feared that tho now government may havo NEW STORY u serlqus contest beforo It Is thorWo havo selected as our next oughly established. serial story to bo run In tho Citizen "Tho Skyman," a most interentlng In Northern Alaska, whero tho "Skynovei by Henry Kctchell Wubbtr. man" finds tho heroine of tho story who has becomo stranded from her This Is a talo of a remarkable told with much skill by tho father's yacht but better read tho author. As tho tlllo of tho story In- story which starts lu next week's dicates It has to do with an "Air- - Citizen and enjoy this rcmarkaulo Ship" and tho localo of tho story Is I narratlvo for yourself. s su!-ferl- dred and eighty thousand dollars occurred In Loulsvlllo last Thursday night destroying the business houses ot Gutman, Levi and Swartz, and damaging tho Baldwin Company. Tho Flro Department had great difficulty lu fighting tho flames owing to tho ' extremo cold, tho clothing of tho firemen being frozen and tho flro ladders encased in Ice. The fire was very spectacular, tho flames being driven by a strong gala and thousands thronged tho streets to witness it. SELF GOVERNMENT IN K. U. A good movement has been on foot at the State University for somo weeks looking to better moral conditions among the student body. Lectures havo been given by distinguished personages and a great majority of tho young men havo signed pledges obligating themselves to a higher Ufo and promising to help tho school authorities In maintaining higher Ideals. Tho movement has resulted In a system of self government among tho student body. Of the organization W. C. Harrison was elected President, D. D. Felix, and Miss Jessie M. Jones, Secretary. OTHER BOYS CAN DO IT 1. V. Hooper, a old boy, was awarded the prize by tho Kentucky Corn Show, held at Lexington last week, for raising tho greatest number of bushels of corn per acre. Tho prlzo was a fifty dollar silver pitcher given by tho Lexington ComHooper lives near mercial Club. Vico-Presld- Morganfleld in Union County. Ho Is a member of the Boys' Corn Club und brought tho County Superintendent's record, duly substantiated, that ho raised 145 bushels on ouo ucre. This Is equivalent to 29 barrels. Counting his corn at bu cents a bar-tho cleared $00.51 abovo all expenses, llils Is tho best showing over made In Kentucky, 12 or 15 barrels being un averago yield for eveu good bluograss land. el WHICH IS MORE VALUABLE? Tho fight Is on again beforo tho Kentucky Legislature. The hog breeders ot tho stato aro asking for an appropriation of eighteen thousand dollars for serum to prevent hogs from dying of cholera; tho dairymen want tun thousand dollars to protect cows. The Stato Tuberculosis Association Is asking for a moderate sum to combat tho whtto plaguo among hitman beings. Will It bo as It wus two years ago? It will bo remembered that tho lovers of tho hog got an appropriation of several thousand dollars but thut nothing was done to relievo suffering humanity. Tho Legislature, now In session is given an opportunity to show which is tho moro valuable In Its estimation, tbo hog and tho cow on tho ouo side or liti- -' man beings on the other. (Continued 011 ragel'ltc) t Page Two. THE CITIZEN. CHARGE SWINDLE Ky Jaaatry SPEECH 11, 1912 The Citizen A family PuotMiewl THE CONGRESSMAN'S FIRST FIGHT ON INCREASE Higher Rates newt piper for all that trat and Interesting. la right mirrj ThurfiUy at Bcrra, UMorporatxt) IN MINE STOCKS Julian Hawthorne, And Ex-May- or rr BEREA PUBLISHING CO. 4. P. CfF I flOME tn Second-Class-Ks- M Opptscd. BULlETIfJ FROM Faulkner, Editor ana Manager Novelist, PUBLISHERS A. Subtcriplion Rate 'On Bis Tkm U.uikc Fv-- Me.-.- t nr 4 rATAHt.K IN ADVA.NUK. Jt.M 14 Quincy of Boston, Arc Arrested TOW to HELP5 BEAUTY OUTSIDE OF CITIES X e neary hr or JEirrM OeOr. tJmft. letter, ee in oinl titins. U tUlrt your name on fcw The Is shnwt to wliui tin' 'or If It in imh ch.uitrwt wtllrta larea JxeM wrvki ft.t iiuiify us. SAY PROMOTERS POCKET GASH I MftrK-- nr eulwH.-rtpete- tlwtp, with eillv aM imvaiix rrnewnln Bv4 fat IJV-ra- l clrpn to any one whe V tain Mtlirtptlon fir iw Any ea-tnr;nerttl-tear eaa reoreee T- -n frve for blomtf fat eoe year Advertlsta ruAcs on application. Fln rw-- n Mb. nine mjml--rwill be ickully If ww aiv it. lft.t riHl Government CharQet Conspiracy an Use of Malls to Defraud Invesors Nearly $3,50O,C0O In Stock Sold to Innocent Inveitors. Now York. Fire raen, two of whom bear family names that h.iT been famous thnour.hout tlio world for a feneration, wero held to answor to lndlctmonts by tho federal GOornnicnt ch.irulus conspiracy and use of tho malls to defraud innocont luToaturs by the snlo of mlnlne slocks. Tho defendants vho am &rrali;nod kef ore United States ConimlssUinor :m M I rssliflJ ' ' f LePi Postal CemmRtce af tee A. NL P. CaJla the Peat Office a Badly Mon.gjd BusViess. Rural Districts Have Opportunltlea Whlsh They Too Often Havo Neglected. KrtHn M fr lm Hle-a- tte Nearly a tnlk w hear, either from Tfafhligtati. The rrokirt psblUhars Msnlrrt Uo prapcattiaa to private Individual' or from public IscroAie cetcsc-rhief- l ninll. ratea as If It be ell tbe question of otflcc canimla-dothe cocKrcr4lanaI of cur fair land, pertalnn to It is strange that dcslrca In srrawlng Mromavr dally. clllec and town The llllnoh) Daily Newnpancr Pub'lsh-eno thought Is given tho rural district assaaintlea rtHlrtorcd Ms cbjuo-tlor- In tl Is rcspeU. It may bo that the roaaalry, aad saw the Aiuvrlcan conntry whero rami homes were flrnt nsaskiliou's built was so beoutlful t at the neod Kewerarcr I'nhDnkmrB it n mem nr:n OF ' eatal caaisaJttoa, of which the chairman hi Don C. Salts of the K'ew Turk World, sua kea.-th toBowUs V TJ V 'IT Shields, aro: Julian Hawthorne, journalist, promo ter, son of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Uia famous American noTollat, residence vi' it ly ciu, eii wit u the wrong twin, and tho mlstahe can aot well he recti!. ci i breach-of-prowlse iiriTrrn rr - i am VrX. wm h i r poit "The extant ha which afflee dcrartanent dee net enrr? nsnttcr m well rcvcaUd In tbo fotlowiij; abslraet ai tnqalry of e aabllsbors condaatcd hf koase na cxaeadltares kc tho post com-aaltte- Alee A Mia CHti!l!i formerly assistant secretary of statu ndcr President Cleveland and at present ft momber of the transit com-DrorAlyn citizen SO years old hns H mUslon of l!oston. it REAiiT HK rntnngVd In a U APPEARED Allort I'reoman, stock promoter. snH. Hays will be boys. all roc tor of Hawtbcrnu silver und lroa mines, Itamsey, N. J. i Tfco nreslflenl of Amherst rayR a " John UcKlnnon, Iircoklyn. man's :rntal Rrtlvlty cnd at 68 years Dr. Wra. J. .Morton, nervo specialist. . Dr. Osier In the house? with apartments In ftlrcrslde DrWo. i Released on Call. It la estimate.! that there nro lit. REFUSE ft PLEDGE MonOO swine In the world, but the Pendlnn a hearlns uext Wednesday nr.tnbcr of hogs Ib tatirli greater. Freoman was held lu ball of 525,000 by Judge Hough. He released tho OHIO REPUDL'CAN INSURGENTS Some omrn seem to live charmed quartet tinder bonds of f on oroM i irinM t" i j lives. We heard of one tho other day $10,00J each. DORSE LA FOLLETTH. who has survixed four husbands Tho government charges that hundreds of Investors gavo up about Henrrk Stenk'cwlcz. the Polish $3,500,000 and received no Luigiblo DEFEAT OF TAFT IS ASKED whlls hnrtrag, value. wlie rhct probably tcrk Mnue'f for n boar For months since June last tlio fod-rautborlticj have been Investigat- Pmchot and GarSeld Speak Against Smir nllk may he good for Indorsement cf Any Candidate-Platf- orm ing tho Hawtbcrnn mining enterprises but n mouthful of sour milk because of complaints from Investors. Principles Adopted Folhas n tendency to snur one's temper low These of Chicago Conference. The Indictments charge that by thu e Mt. Vernon. Joslah Quincy, of Boston, rhairsnan) rancerntng the welsUt and boadllng at tho of nchHonliaM entored matter af the racad-elnt- departrt (TTIITais A. Ash-broovol-nmout-an- t ns mall for tbo n y&y , ?Z Z;t- - tvH I fcca year eudVng Jane AO, tail: " Inquiry was nndn af all publlsli-rrs- , approximating tklrly thrracnad, of which nearly srventoca UkoaiAnd aro weekly pcbllwUlawH. 'Mure tkan tdiaarnod rvtnrns were reeolved, e.mbrurrng uixly-sl- t pies r"r acjil. of nil ttuinage aX W-- ' ASSERTS MORGAN FLED CONGRESSMAN SAYS H. LEFT TO AVOID 6UDPOENA. Plnartaler's sent an aaaaat lt irrr pwbilcorloan rtportsac; repreSMttpnt of more than six and sne-hnHUlon cotiles, tho vefght cf which wn cue imd threc-ecart- " The Testimony Is Desired By Stanley Steel Committee Concora-lo- g Tennessee Coal Deal. TTafhlngton. D Itln-Fc- 'f nalo of tho atock la tho Tcmagamt-CobaOala progTcyt-slvCoJuuibus. O. Td JJlncs, Ltd., tho Klk UikoO Kapntallaaa ranferenco hore by bait Mines, Ltd., tho Montreal-Jame- s Mines, Ltd, and tho Hawthorne Silver a vote of t2 to .ta refused to Indorse and Iron Mines, Ltd., the defendants Senator Hobrt U. La Kollotto as a casdldate ubcd whaai the progresnetted nearly $3,503,000. A medical rerson haB discovered sives could anile tor tho aouilnatlon Mints Yielded No Ore. tt;at wenten rlothcs rauso Indigestion. (or presiiet ut t Chicaso convenIt Is chargad that the defendants tion. Probably food hay something to wltb represented that tho money derived It. too. After rcifKitng the lad or wi mint of from stock Bales was placed in tbe the league, the delegates voted. St to A ntaa was given a decTee because treasury of tho companies und usod 11. la fuvvr af a rebalHtioa, as a perhis wife drawn three plnto of whisky for development of tho properties. sonal cxtreitJaa af tbe delegates, dally, which fact should giro her a This, tho Indictments assert Is untruo u.imlrj; Sanatar La Follette as "the degree and that, instead of being proCtublo living embodiment af tbe principles tho mines never yielded any oro and of tho progri-oiiivmovement, and tho Wooden rH'owe are nFed tn Japan. the money was pocketed by tho logical caadldatn to carry thorn to who had elaborate headqu.tr-ter- s successful fruKlcq" Nevertheless we will bark the American boarding pillow agalnrt Ucm. at 334 Fifth avenue. Glfford PlnchM, wha declared that nny time Most of the :tock sold at 30 and SO he fpotc aoly for UliriFelf and In no r way for Theodore Roosevelt, and cents a share. California Is very prond cf her proTho Indictments aver that the frc Seorot:uy af the Interior ductions, but pre Is not Ravins a so of the Hawthorne namo brought were tbe leaders la tho debate word about lcr fleas tlmt weigh an In a large clientele of s In- against givlc; auy caadldnte an Ineunrc apieto vestors who took blocks of the low dorsement. priced stock. Senator Works ef California and o The man wha put $259 lute a titer Sanator Claps af Minnesota and went ta sleep (a n railroad were vigorous tn argta)- - that the Ohio gallon might better havo eagaged a GOVERNMENT DRAWS NET progressives caaaeatrate tbslr efforts tnfte of rooms. af La In worklag for the election Those who have paid tnxleab fees In New York arc reluctant In bellev lug that enr cf the corapairiccs has failed lt for-maOar-field blgh-clasmlt-oas- statement made by an eminent saeta Lar of cesRrevs. J. Pierpont Utvrgun made a hurried Mlp abroad to avoid unifying telarc the Stanley steel committee ecaceraleg tho purctia-- e of the Tennessee Ccml & Iron company by the United Stateu Steel corpura-tioa- . It has Jort became known that tor month or more the most the p. prominent Ucsnacratle corporation lawyer la New York has been aork-laqnletly Id behalf af the Stanley as coinailttee gathering Information to this da.il. It Is declared that Mr. Morgan learned al the activities of this lawyer Investigator, cod slartea. as ba himself expressed It. lor "h,'gypl as fast an he could ga." The Stanley committee ts panleorar- ly anxtons no ascertain at Unit band tha exact plan el piirchare, bow the money was paid and baw the praperty af the Tennessee Cnal ft Iran was delivered Tbese nolnts can enly he made clear by tbe books af J. PUrpeBt Morgan and company, ttacal ageata ef tho Slcoi conoratiOA. C According Hi a it g livered by express, Z&ZJISM pounds, and by other ran rtitcmcnte. 1 2 3 748 pounds. The rate by rxiross and rail varies frota U ta 1 cent per ponnd, bot the bulk nf there ship ments went at a rata at cent ta per pound. " Tbe rcet aSco for the yccir ending Juno 30, 191, Kindled 9S1.091 Cta. and rxcladlBg million IH)und free fas swuaty BMUter, U re ceived ate cent per poand.' "All this r.cvs to odd to Ike nt snrdlty of the prwaosvd Ilitckaock legislation dashllig the eeond clans rule 1 1 eno-has- f " These pnhlhoaWoas defivvrrd by CO3,01-ttmail ha seek pcrted rounds. " They dcllvervd by ttirr awn carriers, newubayit, and news eempanlc TREES HURT BY ELECTRICITY S18,40,Ji7t pans rtn, of wfclcb an i; ascertained percentage wae cutI.nJ to Attention to dcstinatlcn ky cxpreex other rail English Pwbtlcatlon Calls Possible the Danger snd Its shlptnouta autiHi'o the mull. They dewtdj-Jied S bltlea powa-t- . of such (Iniprovenuest H not nreii ini our Iwnen It Is -- any to linnglno a or leinns u settlor pitching nw prlmllve dwefluiR amid the most liaau-tlfu- l surrousdlngs la bp found Hut even no. a sufllclcul Uvo of tho beautiful Is manifest. All this, towever, has chnngnl. for todsy tnau may not ohooio his among tbe beauties of nature wild snd frees, yet be mny el ooso to h.nn them about bli dwel'lng plnr t nnd will uot Sud tlwi renl'rntlon rnforiunnto-lof iiccouiplisbHu.nl man has dtstruyed without rebuildl ing, tnkeu away without rela- ing now mueh U bsrron that formerly was benutlful It would spent that t!u so manl'est In natural lovo of our flrnt Innaers U now dormant or we have developed what the breeder calls a "atrtilir who have It not, and tlelr name is loglen Mnny land owners plant out benntlful Heidi, and orchards that rprend n roft yet green mantle over tho that they do not sua It In such n light Is manifest by tke lack of hnm.t ndorn-menIf such conditions obtain In the city It Is oftca through lack of means, tbn reeldvuta being but tenant: tn rural dUtrMs It Is too ntten dim to lack of taste. H-ImM-tatlodim-culy im-tivine-ynrds laiid-xapt Prevention. cam-psn- limiting tho 'privilege' tn pablluitlons that carry im mach reiKBiig nuUtcr as they do ndvrrllsrtg. The preyovltlaa won Htsvpkl caoush when the pontal deficit resieked two yearn age. It becomes prcpostereas la face of a r.nrplas. "What bowtneea ban a transportation corporal Ion. which kt all tk potf oClce Is, to prescribe how a balaiwM saall be eondnetrd? 'ewrrsyers etinnut affard to expand their cetamrvA beyond the aall af the day's newn, par aan Uiey be expected ta control be requirements af their advertisers whei kwive a rluht to reach tbo pahUc nil ooplaufly as they care ta. "It cannot bn aniimud So at saeh legislation will ever get tv cangrers. lint pnblltieru nro, reetnested ta ight tbe theory that the tight to seud tbnlr ontput by mall tn a "arlvtkc." The hK it res khaw U i not. "The cHce Is n tactr buslnesn. That ts all. We Khoald fight its dictation, ks censo slip and lie Isefflclency." 1 SAYS MORSE OFFERED BRIBE Banker Accused By Prison Warden af Attempting to Influence Him by Money Tender. Atlanta. Tlmt Charles W. Morse, J ! I Follette. A deelaratiaa of principles adopted TlRlt shoes are the bote of tbe Former Armour Protege Closes Gap American army. Wut still there Is bepc. nanlmously was sabstantlalty tbe Necessary To Prove Control of Tho men are iat addicted katplns one prvpnred by a ratnmlttec apPrices By Packers. and hebMr skirts. pointed at a tuutftlag af arogresslvra On the qucs af Chicago. Jerome II. Pratt, for tloathe western reserve. Luther Rurhanh has evelvod a 25 years manager of catlun.il policies, tt followed and assistant the line af tbe alntfertn adopted hy thomlesB blackVerry bush, but be has not as yet cucrecdcd la developing a manager of Armour's dressed beef de- tbe aragrcAAlfe iaufercace to partment, gave testimony on which. punctarelers tire. will rest the entire case of the government In an effort to convict the ten United States army aviators at-TO GO EMPLOYES Chicago packers of controlling prices CENSUS IM.Tltticiitlns with filgntH by night. Just ns If It Is Hot easy enough ta take a and restraining trade. This former protege of J. Odgen Ar- Owing to Lack of Funds I.COU Men j tumble In daylight. Will be Dismissed During mour was tho first witness to testify Jana-try- , that the packers had met and posiRflntcrn dnrtnrs nay hableu nre tively fixed prices, and to support his lilfised ten mnrh. It Is true, and tbe Aboat 1.IM WaGhlBHtoii. worst rnrt of It Is the babies can't tettlmony Identified the handwriting burean employs aro expected to reof Armour, Arthur lfeeior and ceive notices of dlnnlseul befora tho d;fend themsMve s. Thomas J. Connors on contracts und end of January as the result of the Tho Now Jerfoy man whn tried to orders regulating shlpaonta of beet refusal of the bosec of representatives eat soup with his fingers Is prnbnslr and fixing prices. to sanction the $1,000,010 appropriaThese documents wero presented to tion asked for by Director Durand for one of thnje fellows wha can either . provo that a combination existed up the maintenance of the bureau. Mr. drink or let it alone. j to July 30, 1106, three years after the Durand was iiincuainr.lttal as to the An KtigMsh critic lolls Amertcum 'ormatloa of the National Packing exact date af the dismissals, but adcompany, callej tho present Instru mitted tltat snh notion was contemwomen hnt the linoptkt-- t wwild wllh ynnr rush and buBtle" ment of tho conyplracy, and threo plated. years after tho packers' attorneys Why drag In the "rushr uave sworn mat all arrangements and GOVERNOR P0THIER noston's rnhllr library has hired a csreomcnU wero discontinued. profefFlonal story teller We presume Last Instance In Which State Official) tltat the most nnrtilar story ts that af Dies of Injuries In Prize Ring. of Rhode Island Will Be Sworn Jack and the hentiKtalk. In for One Year. .Spooner, Minn. "Piko" Anderson, of HpoonVr, died from Injurlea reA mlnlrter refers to Adam und Evo Provlde-aoe,- ' IL 1. rur tli fourth as models Kut who was tho artist T ceived In u fight hero New Ytvus enceosslvo tivrm Gov. Aram J, Pnthlcr with "nud" Ferrlcr, also of Spoonor. U the II mt Anderson wae In a groggy condition look the oath af oBlae. It Grape seeds should bo chewed adoption of tho state when tho fight ended In the tenth tlmo since tbe ncecrdlng to n tcler.tist. Onr a governor grew worso conutltutloa U 1W3 that and nation of nn way to cnjiiy one'a slf lound death he gradually tns been Inuagurutod for four until came. County Attorney Is to f!P1cerIze grarc Feeds. terms, and tt In thu last time MIddlctoo bou ordered an Investigatho state ikftlcialn will bo Bworn In tion. Tho troth of man who Is nipponed for oiw year. to have lived C0O.O09 yearn sgo have Meningitis Kills Hundred. been fonnd Iti New Jnrs'.'y. ?ouronot 8eeka Divorce from Statlo. Houston, Texas. An epidemic at liberty t dlvnlgu tho nnmo of his Cleveland, O, Mrs. Muy Harrington spinal meningitis 1h sweeping of It, llnuna deotlst form.'rly Texas. The dUoauo has caused 100 Btallo, suit fur wlfo of Don Kdmund divorcu I mm has filed The beauty of that enormotm spot deaths ond the total caeea reixirted K. Stallo. fonunriy a Cincinnati attoron tho hiii is that you don't have to runs Into tbe hundred!. Tho public ney, but bow of New York. Cruelty get out of jour wnrtn bed at the un- bchools at Pallas, Waco, and other and gross ncgltuU are charged In tho earthly hour ut 4:30 n. tu. In order to cities havo been clofwl and thlu city bill. has dlarcd u quarantine. tee It. Chi-cago ) I I 1 o ther-oughlu When a wire carrying a high alternating current cornea In conts-- t with a limb tbe current at ence comracnc to run to ground through the toolsj turo In tbe tree, nnd If It Is not check ed (rent beat l gtnarstcd and tho wood tor eeuui dLetanre nhnvo and below tbo wire U charred and In a When short tlmo burned through there Is a leakam? and grounding through street tree- - there Is dangnr of people receiving severe shocks, nn hy putting their bands on the trees. tho current may rau to ground through , tho body, eays Gardeners' Chronicle (Eng.). It Is durlug wet neither that there ts danger of tl la grounding. n tho best I a nn In tors ure powerless to check entirely the escmi" durlntt eer- tain ntmospnenc rononicns wuni is tbo remedy Tbe obvious one Is thn prevention of wire lonthlng tho trees. Where there nre high ten'lon wlron I neur a tree there should not bo nny other wires nttaclrd to the latter, nn there ta always a danger of tho live wlro touching tbo tree wire, and no causing the current to escape Tlio custom of guying electric wires to street and other trees Is twinning more prevalent among municipal engineers. Automoblie Street Sweepers. One more additional use has been found for the nuteroebllc this tlmo tn the stree cleaning department of big cities, Tbe new motor whlclo is n combination sprluktcr nnd sweeper which gets owr tbe groui d at a good, steady pace, Icatltig a trail of well BKept and watered highways behind IL Tbe uutumobtle auccrcr has been found to do as touch work In a given time na ten horso-drawsweeirs orj a hundred could do. Tbe new sweeper furnishes an Interesting llluitrutlon of the evolution of EtreeitclciiiilEft from I lie days of the humble crossing sweeper of today When the uutomohtle was first tested tlte dust ((ulckly clogged the geaiiug and motor and put (he machine out of business. This has been remedied by Inclosing nil tbe motor p;irts In u casing. n s ulrcet-Buccper dust-proof nooc after commencing his prison term offered him $1,010, which he construes us an attempt ta brlnury. In the charge made in a formal trtnte-mcby Warden W. M. Moytr of the nt federal priroa at Atlanta. Moyer said he gave Morse permission to send a cipher telegram buying soma eaa etnek and that a few days later Merge rame Into his office and ret tuon-age- d said: "Warden, deal and IL- - I I want mmto $3,000 on that yem .In have half of Thc warden Bald he promptly told Morse never to offer him tuoney agiiln and advised Attorney General Wick An Invest!' erstinra af the Incident. gatlun by thi department of justice. the rcsalt ef which has never bten jiade knomi, wan mnde Immediately. the Tcrklsk ncwiaarn psb'.kk the followlnr rwirki.Hi! pleeo af news (pny.i the linden GVoImj). A brigand chief, one ftilln, win hsw been carrying on ep ratio nH for romo tlino In the moantnins of Camhkjk, In Ulthy-uia- , not a great distinre from ConARREST STOPS POISON DEATHS stantinople, nnd for whew the TurkUb Since Berlin Liquor Dealer Was Taken Into Custody Fatalities Among Chcltcr House Inmates Cease. Dorria. Ah ne deaths from poisonings have ocenrred among the Inmates of the Municipal Shelter house since the arrest of tho dealer who had been selling cheap grocerlen, wood alcohol und adulterated whlxkey to the vagrants, tho authnrltleH believe the cause of tbe Illness han been found. There have been 1C2 easoi and 72 deaths reported bIiich December 26 nnd there are 20 persons still nerlniie-ly Brigand Alse a Patriot. Gravely, fe'etnuly, with cnthui.la.ia) aid a large mixture of naUenul pride, HI- - rcndurmeiiej have tnr long songht In vain, alive er dead, line placed his talentr. and nervlctm n tho dbio1tlon of tte Turkish aetlioritie. The letter Is a cnrlons document He says It In vgalnst tho wlehew of his heart to glvo ap Mil eallng. bat "tho aidaclty of tbe.ro Italian hrlgands" an exprenclon which frcqncally uecura In iho letter m waging war upou the Ottoman einpko nnd brutally seizing an Islamic province, Impel him ta offer his nervlrvs, with thorn of hit) land, consisting of a hundred muii, to avenge the national honor aud to chantihe tbn.-vInfidel brlguniUi, brlg-und'n Atwood Falls Into Ocean. Uoston. Harry N, Atwood, tho aviator, foil In the ocean off tlio Point of Hnen In his hydroplane Ho was rescued nnd recovered afler n few hours. PhyslclniiB. after a earefuj examination, nald that be would suffer mi III ctTects from his cold plunge Altered the Case. Mrs. do Mowir "Good grucKmst This Is tho noisiest neighborhood I ever got Into. Junt hear tboso children Bcroechl" Mahl 'They're your own chlldern, mum." Mrs. de Jlover "Are (bey? How thn little darling ure ihe.mnelvoi!!" TitlilU. Called. With tree, us wltb all other living things both mituiiHv and Inanimate, It' Is far easier to fom than to reform. "As tho twig la bent so thu tree Inclines" U nil of truth tnd mini) of or-rToo little uttctitlnn Is paid to tho training of street trew; liefaro thu winter rets lu they should bo deprived of so that when the soli becomes softened by winter rains the excessive top will not catch enough wind to blow tho trees over. tops that receive lie full force of the winds nre apt to lui torn or surfer kctIouh splits, aside from the danger or blowing uver, und nil these evils may be vuitrd upon a ningle Over-heav- Training Street Trees. f tree Stove Explodes; Woman Dying. Tutts Colleije Junior a Suicide. Dr. Dlue Gets Plum. Dixon, 111- .- Mm. Thomas flurkhart that Mrriford. Mnss. Albert I) Pecker, Wanhlngton. Announcoment that a dying from burna received here it member of the Junior cIhsu aeroplane flights lu tho vicinity of his t rhurcu disturb Rnnday services. High Dr. Hupert liluu will o appointed from the exploslou of a korosene Tuftn eolltge, committed biilmde In flying and rcli&fos sever did (o wll to succeed tho lata Rurgeou(JAnoral rtove. Her hubtuid was also tererciy his room hero by Inhaling; gas. No Wf man woa inado ut tho White House. lajurcd together. motive la known for (be suicide. An Ku-llkli pastor complains the audience tn lend mo Ihtir ram," raid tbo verbose Bptaker. u "Hut in of nn hour ihey wero doling." "I see," replied the pxancler. "They called (bo loan." "I -- fckit! three-uunrier- Stopped. Visitor Ijtst tlmo I was tmre onr board of trade was booming the Inwn. Didn't they keep It up! Undo Kheu None! We cnlleil Ihem off pretty quick, hirst thing wo Knew inure was n lot or people "online luto town that we Utdn'l kooat nil Puck. - JHary 11, 1912 FARMERS' WEEK AT LEXINGTON 18 8UINQ TUB CITIZEN RAILROAD. Re- - Page Them, JUSTICE WILLIAM R. DAY State Revenue Agent Will Try T cover Taxes From C A Q KinMnoM SUNIWSCIIOOL tt bt. ix. rx wimm RrkiM.liuuiam, fr (Jblmco. MuuOr UlbM Frenkfort tialt was tloa in (he Franklin County Court by tho Commonwealth of Kontuoky, by J. W. Huntsman. Mate Iteveasn Agent, Great interest Manifested At against Iho Chosapenko Ohio Railway Company for Uxen oa $li7,000,-00State University At Meetof allogcd omlttod franchise Taxing Of Agriculturists. ations for thu IIto year from 1107 to 1911, Incluxlvu, the taxes oa this sura amounting to $J5.0I for tbo are PROGRAM OF GOOD FEATURES years. The petition, which Is filed by 0 S(MdM AND ' Sure-Foote- WHY ARE WE RIGHT HANOE17" Recent EKBtanarlon of PayatiotegM Caaais Much Merriment Amoaf Same Medical Man. The aaoet mdt Lesson a FOR TKXT Lukn VKH8ia-47-itt-- mcent eaplaaathra at ni omkm DEVICE SAVES FALL ON ICE LESSON JANUARY 14 Prize Awarded By Prof. Christie of Purdue College, Who Alto Makes Address on Corn Raising. 1'xlnutuii. Kormeni' week at thu Agricultural collude ot Kentucky State university began Tuesday morning when thu doom of Armory ball wero thrown open for thu Kentucky corn how, While tjio nttendnnco wan by no menus iih largo or iho onirics an numerous a s lit tho show last year, (ben? were a number of (armors, corn ntudenta und exhibitors preoont from uot only Central Kontucky, but from tii! other parts uf thn stain. Tbo falling lift, both la ths nnmbcr and quul-Itof tlio entries, Is ntirlbutcd by the o!!Wdnln to the drouth of Unt summer, whloli maUu Uie corn crops comparatively n, failure tbroaghout tho slate. Thn Judging was dons by I'rof. U. I. Christie, ot l'urduo college, lodlona, and tho awards wore as follows: y Hnzelrlgg & Ilar.olrlgg. I W. Morris nud Scott ilanilltoa, attoraeys, of this city, allogea Uot the C. tt O. made Improper reports to the State Auditor iih to ILh act earnings for tho ycara mo:itlonnd, and thereby secured a franrlvlso valuation lawer than the n entitled to. road If tho courts should dooldo tbnt frnnchlso taxon worn duo on this amount thn Htato woald rccofcr $985,000 In taxes, usd each county through which the roads run or opcr-at- e lonsn would get Its pro rati part according to Its tax rate la force each year, so tha attorney says, and Franklin county would also get a part, nlthough the C ft O. owns no property In tills county. A similar suit wa Mod some months ago against the U ft N. railroad and against tha Ullnolc Central railroad, but tho mnltor haj not bcun passed on by tha courts. u-- BIRTH OF JOHN THE BAPTIST. "or 7, 7T. J, OOLDCN TEXT "Hkiwod the fywd God of Israel, for He hath Ttalted and todeemed his people." Luke Steel Creeper en the Heel of a Shoe d Makes Wearer on Slipperiest Sidewalk. Assiduous devotion to hl dying wife, who expired last evening, has kept the 8upreme court Juttlea from duties on tha high court far several months. JUDGE DAY'S WIFE Her All DIES Supreme Court Justice Had Been Near Winter Cate Hopolcts. of Awards. u Ten ears white drnt cor: first, llron., VersaiHc; second, J. T. Ilendcrhon & Buns. Shelbyville; third, J. II. Stanhope, Lexington. Ten ars jcllo (lout corn: First and HwecpHtakoi., McKeo Bros., second, Stevens Bros.. Burling-ton- ; third, T. (1. Hedges, Taylorsvlllo. Ton turn dent corn other than whlto or yellow: First T. O. HodgeM, second, J. II. Allen, Ocorge-towthird, U. 1). Drnkn, Lexington. Single car while dost corn: First ind sw ucpst.tki'8, it. M. Squire, lx Mc-ICcs; n; Llt I'leaauieviiiu; J. T, itobcrtson, Squires, third. Jnli Mingle car yellow dnt corn: First JtoveuL Bros., Kurlingloa; second, W. 0. DruKi', Lexiligloa; third, T. G. Hodges, Tuylortvillo. Kuiglo car dent cent other than white, or yellow Fin. J. II. Allen, Georgetown; second, T. U. Hedges, Tiiylorrvillo; Ui.'id, T. 1. Drake, Lex- ington. One-hiil-f bushel (IS oars) whllo und swcepslnk.es, llrcs., Versailles; second, J. T. (Jtnikr.on & Sous. Saolbyvllle; third, J. Jl. K.anhtpe, Lexington. OmvliMlf I ilk lit! yellow drnt corn: First, .McKjo Hros., Versailles; Stetctig Bros., Barllagton; th.nl, A'. I). Drake, I.jxingloa. During thu morulas taoro were lectures on cum mid earn raising by I'rof. G. I. Christie, of l'urduo; I'rof. OcorKc UutertK und ft. J. Kinney, of tlm State UnlverMty Callcgo of Agriculture I'rof. Christie lectured In the 4tmt wrn: First JIc-Ke- o ee-n- Atu-.tr.uo- Clinton. O, Jan. f.. Mrs. Win, It Day, wife, of Justice Day of tho United States Supremo court, dlod at her INSTITUTE IN FEBRUARY home here lust orentng from cancer Sh had boen 111 for Called Dy Board f Agriculture and of tho splno. more than a yiar and her csjo was Commissioner Niwmin. long ago considered hopoless. Her husband hat been at bor bedsldo Frankfort Kentucky farmers will hold their stato Institute In Frankfort all winter, refusing to leavo her to aton February 27, 28 and 29. The cull tend the nonslon.1 of tbo supreme court. Sha was thn mother of United fur tlio meotlng wan Issued by the board ot agriculture, forestry and Im- States Judgo Wra. U Day, of Clevemigration, which held a tension pur- land, and nlso ot Attorneys Rufun and suant to n call Issued by J. W. New- Luther Day, of Cloveland. The fourth man, commissioner ot agriculture. Tho Hon, Stephen, Is an attorney ot Chiboard uUo elocted Jos. Dent, of Allen cago. Thn four sons woro at her bedcouuty, decretary of th Stato fair, side when death enmo. and Ij. n. Shropshire, of Lexington, Society Bans Erotic Dances. Tho bo.nrt abolished the position of custodlaji of the State fair Now York, Jan. 6. New York sogrounds, the posltlaa sow held by Km-er- ciety's O. 1C. upoa the "grlxsly bear," Wollo. "turkey trot" "tango," "Apache," and The following appointments by Ur. other oxotlc and orotic dances Is about Nowmaa were by the to be severely withdrawn. confirmed It got board: Harry McCarty, ot Nicholas-'llle- , tho oc!al Imprimatur at the first to bo clerk of tba board; Wade Junior cotillon that event which Hampton, of Versailles, to be rlcrk every "bud" must get Invited to or conof tho department; Hta Bands, oi sider herself outside of tho city's IxiuIstIIIc, to be state labor Inspector, elect Mrs. Arthur Murray Dodge, mid Mike Moloney, of Corlnglnn, la of tho Junior cotillon, admit-te- d be nsslstint Inspector Mrs. Christlu that thore had tesn a rounding up I'arks, of IxiuITille, will he stenogra- of nintrona who serve as patronesses pher to the coiamlssloat-rof tho Junior, and tbnt In a day or two there will be a pronunebmento which will doom In Fifth nvenue, the dances BAIN TAKES SHOUSE'8 PLACE. prohibited In How cry halls. Lexington. John W. Ilala, whoso Introduce Suffr.nne Resolution. term aa alty treasurer expired with the year, us bttn elected ecret-irWashington, Jan. H. Koprerentitlve of the Il'iuegrasa ralr, to suecrinl Jou-et- t linker (Dom., Cal.) Introduced a resoRhousr, and the fair dales were lution providing fcr a .constitutional fixed at August IX to 17. The other nmcndtr.cnt extendius the right to tilllcera wore reelected as follows: vote to women. I'resldent, James L. Watklns; first vico president, Abram Itenlck; fecond vice prerldcat J- - H. Hush; treasurer, MARKET QUOTATIONS y Election A of OMcers. J. W. I'orter. (ho following olllcera wore i'rosldcnt. F. M. McKen, VcrKaillcs; 7lrn prcfeldent, A. I Ihiacan, Eminence; secretary, Georgo Roberts, fexlngtan; treasurer, A. II. Gilbert, Lnslngton; d'.strlct vice presidents, tlrst illstrlct, W. 11. Tnrolkeld; vecond district, J. C Duncan, Ixibanon; thlnl dttftriot, rt. M. Squires, Lexington. No .lleotlonH wotc made la the fourth nnd meeting of Uo Kentucky Corn nrowrrs' naboclatios wsa held und TO LIMIT SALOONS. Mayavlllc. The new Mnysvlllo city council, at IUi first regular meeting, ndopted an ordlnanco limiting the number of saloons to ten and placing tho license nt $1,000 per year, tho to go Into effect In 191;! Thu jelty now has 20 saloons, nnd the lie cense Is J600 per yenr. Another adopted provides for the elec tion ot all city otlicerB, except tho mayor, by the council, which also will ordi-'nanc- ifdi districts. SNAKE AMONQ BANANAS. fix salaries. RUN Sterling. Whllo walking In street hero Hlco Thomas was attnc'iid by a vicious dog, tho brute biting him twice before he could help himself. GOVERNMENT WAR HORSES. Thomas then grabbed tho nnlmal by tho throat nnd held on with Loxlngton. I'rof. J. J, Hooper, of deathlike grip until Mayor Samuels tho department of unlmal husbandry secured n hammer nnd brained the Thomas' wounds were only Of Statu University, has received n brute. telegram from tlio United States War slight Department notifying him that Cnpt. C. H. Conrad, ot ha Quartermaster BUCKINGHAM APPOINTED. Doparlnient uf tho Government, has ticeu designated to address tho KenFrankfort The appointment of W. tucky horsemen nt their meeting horo T, Ducklnglinm, nf Graven county, to on January C. Capt. Conrad, who will ho stuto Immigration agent, In tho 4omn on thu Important mission to tell placo of Klljah Grceu, was announced Hio liorso broedors exactly what kind by J. W. Newman, commissioner ol war Mr. Buckingham horse thn Government doslrcA foi ngrlculturo. ofllcors' mounts, nnd artillery pur- elected to tlio position by tho board poses, Ib In chnrgo ot the icmoiint of agriculture. The board will hold dirpot nt Front Iloynl, Ya. a meeting here. ML Lexington. A live rattlesnake, two nnd a halt feet lung, was found colled up In n bunch ot banaass which were hanging up for sale at the grocery of O. T. Pollard In K.ist High street. Tho tmakc wan discovered by thu litof Jiidgo O. II. Pollard. Tho tle hoy was standing In thn grocery, when do saw tlio tall of the snake. Ho notified .Mr. l'ollard and Ms oltirk, Knievt The snake was then pulled nut from his hiding place ith n p.ilr of tongn nnd dispatched Mr. I'ollnrd does with n brooiiist!rk ool know-- where the bsaanns nnd the enako enmo from, but supposes from fiomo part of Central America. OVER BY FIRE ENGINE. Joo Kenncy, of tills Owonton. place, Jailer ot Owen county, was knocked down and run over by the flro engine here when the englna was Mr. Kenney on tho way to a flro, received a tprulncd wrist and a broken finger. The flro wna In tho house owned and occupied by Judge J. W. Cnmmnck, but was extinguished before doing any great damage. BITTEN Court BY DOG, FARMER Carlisle, A INJURED. ROAD ALMOST IMPASSABLE. compound fracture of one collar bone, a badly crushed eaouldcr nnd bad bruises over the body and about tho head, wcro tho Injuries sustained by CIisb. S. Kwcll, a prominent farmer of Nicholas county, when on his wav homo after delivering bis tobacco here. When Mr. K'vull, with his team, reached a bridge oast of this olty, the aorso lie was riding fell nud Mr. 15 well vas thrown Boder thn horse. Whltcsbarg. Owing to the recunt heavy rains tho county roadway lead ing ucross Cumberland Mountain through round Gap to ItouKy llrunch, tho nearest ruilrond shipping point, Is 'in an almost linpaasnblu condition, und merchants nnd coiuHructiuii com. panlcB uro experiencing much In gutting goods und supplies. Teams for hauling cannot bo hnd. In many places the mud Is threo and County Judgo J. D, four feet docp. I FlUpntr ' been appealed to. dltll-cult- gj'tfOSc, No. 4 red S4 7f92c. Corn No. 2 whlto 055; 6Sc, No. 3 white C2(t C4c, No, 4 whl'e CO0G1c. No. 2 yellow C5ff CSc. No. 3 yellow (!2C5c, ecy. No. 4 yellow fj9f?G2c, No. 2 mixed car The advent of this child brought Joy, COffCSc. not only to Zacharlas and his wife, Onts No. 2 whlto file, standard but to their neighbors. white COffSOKc No. 3 wh'to Tbo birth ot this child brought forth No. 4 white 4Sf?10c. No. 2 mixed G0fl this hymn of praise' to God for bis BOHc No. 3 mixed '.(HififiOe. Hay No. tiirotb $218:21.50, No. goodness. Did you ever thank God Vho gave them to 2 timothy ?238)23.r,0. No. 3 timothy for your children? Children are tbo heritage of $21.500122. No. 1 clover mixed $23 i you? 23.50. No. 2 clover r.lxcd the Lord. How much would you take No. 1 clover $2222 50, No. 3 cloier for them? All the wealth In tbo world ?2O.2rCl20.7... could not buy them. Nor nro you askCattle Opened fteady, closing slov. ed to sell them; but yon aro asked to weak to 10c lower. Shippers WiJ'. tbtnk of tho Ono who gave them to and extra $7.10(i7.25; butcher steers, exfn you. There are your children: Can $a.3RCr(!.nO, geed to choice $5.25a.2r, they ceo, when so many have been enmmuii to fair ?4.r.0j)fi; heifers, extra born blind; can they bear, when so $5.75aC, good to choice 550r.or, common to fair $.1.257B1.83; cows, extra many have been bcrn deaf; can they romp, when so many have been born $5.25, good to choice $I.&0i."i.1O, common to fair $1.75(?4.2&; ennners $1.50 lair.e; can they speak, when so many fj)2.75. Oh ye partinvo been boru dumb! Hulls Steady to strong. Bologna ents who have sweet children on earth $IL75, fat bulls $4.75Cf.". and It may bo In heaven docs not Calves Steady nt yosterday'B prices. presence causo you to burst out lCxtia $D(i .s.25, fair In good $7.50' 9, their In prslso to God! and large $tp8.2r. co'i'inon Another thing that led to this song Hogs (leneraliy 10c higher. Selected heavy shippers $i.30ffC35, good to of praise was tho fact that Zacharlas choice packers and butchers (G.Vp was filled with tbo Spirit. Joy and (i.:!5, mixed packeri tf.20fffi.30, itn-rgladness aro always associated with $3(5, coiiuncii to choice heavy fill the Srlrit: "Bo tilled with the Spirit; $5.S5, aowa $L2Gtjfi.7r, nMin ll?ht speaking to yourselves In spiritual shippers $5.90fpG.25, pigs (110 lbs anl songs, singing and making melody in loss) $5f'ti.85. your heart to tho Lord." Tho Spirit-OileSheep- - Strong. Kxtrn $3.50, good to man la tho happy man. Aro you comon to fair $1.2.'U' choke $3i3.4(, a happy Christian? If no, why not? 2.8S. What a description wo bavo In the Lambs Active ami strong; SWSfic higher. ICxtra $ti.;t3, good to choico song ot Zacharlas of tho deliverance $ii.7r(('G.25, com'iihui to fair $1.25ir'.50, which Christ brings to every soul that stock oweii S303.50, yearlings $3.50(P trusts him: Deliverance from Satan, 4.50. from death, frou Bin, from tho world, from every enemy; a protection and Buffalo, Jan. 5, covering from tho righteous vengeance Spring Whont No. 1 northern, nf God; freedom from tho conse$L15'4; wlutcr wheat. No. 2 rod, quences of sin; the wonderful promise $1.01; No. 2 white. $1.01. that somo day oven now In a measure Corn No. 3 yellow, C5',ic; No. we shall servo God with true holiyellow, G:ic. Oats No. 2 while, 52c; No. 3 whlto, ness and righteousness In Joy and 5l'.ic; No. 4 white, COic; standard, bucsslng for evermore. r.Hic. Tho song of Zacharlas glres us a Barley $LlSrfl .30. model for our hymns nnd spiritual Hyo No. 1, USc; No. 2. 97a songs, Tho most prominent note In this Kubt liiiflnlo, Jan. G, Cattle ..Market active nnd strong, song Is salvation: From our enemies, prlmu steers, $7.25fr8.25: butcher that we may be enabled to llvo In peace and qutotnebk; from oln, that wo grades, $3.50 fp7. Calves Market f.Oc higher; cull to choice, $G may bo able to be constantly (PU 50. to Clod; from rtavlsh fear in Sheep and Lambs .Market active our service to God, In order that wo and llrm ; choice lambs, $7.15i'7.30: may render servlco as sons, and not cull to fair, $5ff7: yearling. 9B.2GCP as servants or slaves; unto holiness, $5.75; sheep, $2$) 1.50, Hogs Market active; 10c hlgliHr; that our llfo may be ono that Is spent, yorkcrs. pigs, $8 2571"0; not merely In overoomlug tha sins of our nt uro, but also In Iho cultivation mixed, IC.fiOJf (J sr,: heavy, $G50vG55; rougbe, I5.6U6G.85; stags, $I.80(T5. of Cu i Union grucea. ml Cincinnati. Jan. fi, 1912. Wheat No. 2 red Sipnsuc. No. 3 With the daya of Icy pavements here the creeper designed by a Philadelphia man leaps Into the limelight, tt Is said that a person wearing a pair Another fulfilled prophecy added to of theeo devices on Ms shoes iced not bxst week's lesson. "Hath God said, fear tho slipperiest ttdewalk or street. and shall ho not do It? Heaven and 1 bo creeper la made of sprlag steel earth shall pass a'sor, bnt one Jot or tlttlo of bis promUos shall sever fall. Btrango that God should romcmber hla promise to a slnglo Individual amidst the infinite multitudo ot the sons ot men! Yet he docs. He marks the fall ot a sparrow. And so according to God'tt promise, tha child was born. At the proper time, the child was dedicated to God Li tbo temple. These righteous parents recogntxed that the child was God's gift. All Godly parents should. Do wo? Have we presented our children In dedication to the Lord In tho church! The first placo those patents took their child was to church. Is this truo of os? The naming of tho child, Is Interesting. John means, "gracious gift ot Zacharloa thought of God In God." naming tho child. What did you think of when you named your child? Did you give It a Christian name, or colled it after some heathen, godless novSteel Creeper. elist? Does tho namo stand for any. thing? Ia It an Inspiration to the child? and the Illustration shows the deslga. Docs It ctprcES your hopo and failli The ends terminate In books which engage the heel of the shoe on the Etdea. la God? There nro times when, In order to There ore no screws or straps to please God, we mast differ with our hold the device In position, and It refriends. So It happened In the naming quires only a few seconds to put U of John. Out of respect for Zacharlas, on or tnkc It off. So easy is this operand because ot bis advanced age, and ation. In fact, that a person may conknowing that ho had no other child, veniently carry a pair of the creepers bis friends proposed naming the child In his pocket and put them on when after blm, probably to perpetuate the he approaches a particularly daigcr-0- 3 rtretch of pavement, taking them family name. But already God had announced the name. The angel said off again as soon as this Is passed. that tho child's namo should be John. The corrugations on the steel spring Theso godly parents stood fast by the keep it free from accumulations ot lco Word of God, Irrespective of the opin- or bard snow. friends. ion of even PIPE A striking question was asked: REST FOR A TOBACCO "What manner of child shall this bor What Btrango thoughtn must have been To Overcome Disadvantages of Bowl passing through tho minds of those That la Liable to Tip and Spill parents at this time as they recalled Ashes Clip Is Invented. tbo angel's message and the predicted Ae Zazharia3 future of this child! One of the disadvantages ot the orlooked Into tho unconscious face ot dinary tobacco pipes Is the fact that his child he saw tbo prophet ot tbo it cannot be laid down without danger Most High. nshes, and of spilling tho tobacco Parents, what possibilities do you there is even the possibility of acciyou look into Its dentally setting fire to material comsee In your child face? That little life Is for you to ing In contact with glowing embers of mold. To sumo extend you can tell tobacco. To prevent such conditions, what manner of child be Ib to be. a Canadian Inventor has designed a Teacher, what do you sec in tho child? clip adapted to grarp tho stem of the Just a bundle of nerves to bo kept pipe and provided with legs which will quiet, or tbo possibilities of a great support the bowl of the pipe In aa life? upright position, says the Sclcntlllc Zacharlas' song is full of victorious American. These legs may bo folded and prophetic hope; It Is Itself a fulfillment of a prophecy; God hath visited his people. For over 2,030 years the righteous In Israel bed looked forward to the fulfillment ot this proph- ItKJtonY LKSSON U exciting same merritnest amesg medical mea. Ho supposes the annua body ta kavo unexplained polar prop erties, somewhat like those af a nag. net, tho right side being always pl-tlvo- " the left "aegatlve." Tfce most ratloaal cxplaaatloa would sees to be that which accounts far right and left handedness by the posltloa at Ihe heart Tha shield woald naturally be held la the left hand ta protect lata vital orgaa, to thai the active work would fall ta the right amid. Tbaso who aaalaula that acquired character Istles cannot bo Inherited will deslre to have this expressed somewhat differently, According to theaa the petitions of spear and shield wero at Irat a matter af ladlvldual choice, but those who hold the shield In the right hand, leaving the heart exposed, wero more frequeatly killed, aa that by natural selection the right hand spear by a ptyeaolaghit, a4 holders attlmately survived aad propagated their peculiarity. In this case, It will bo noticed, the lakcrlted char aeterlatlc Is not acquired, but existed In the warrior at birth. The difference may cot seem worth quarreling nbout but It measures the whole distance between the followers of Darwin and those of Lamarck. At any rate, the hypothesis, ta whleh ever form U hi put. soeaaa eaaitKmlty rea- sonable, whereas talk ahoat "polarity" would appear to bo aratly verbiage. PICTURES ON FINGER NAILS One of Latest Fads tm Germany, Growing Out of WWm of Couata of the Kalsar. Oao af the Inteat fads la Germany Is the mounting af paetcarrapbi an the tiager aalls, the Idea gvawing aut of the wklat ot a eomta of tile Kaiser, g li Latest German Fad. j1 cures ie rendering the photograph waterproof, which Is1 done by coating It substanco over with a shellac-likburned upoa the nail. It Ja said that, e who bad aa oaaaoied portrait of her llanco worked on the nnH of her little linger, says the Popular Mechanics. This portrait was a work of art and cost $'J0, but now the fashionable man leures of Berlin have taken up the Idea la the photogrsph form. The featnrc of this work by mani- 494r.0, Rest Holds Bowl Upright with careful handling, a photograph so mounted will last about four months without renewal. 1 against the stem when desired. InNarcotic Cartridge Invented. stead ot employing a clip, be also proKarl Burgsmuller 01 Krelenscn, Gervides a ferrule or sleeve, equipped many has devised a means for temwith supporting legs, which may be L e., used to connect the stem with tho porarily aarcotlzlng anitcals rendering them lutensiblc lie fills a mouth-piece- . cartridge with a mixture composed of sjbbtaiices containing rapeicloe In an OBSERVE FIVE MEW COMETS Immediately gasifiable form, and of an I easily innammaoic suosianre 10 acand celerate the gasification Two In Southern Hemisphere This Is comEngaging Three In Northern bined with a smalt quantity of an exof Astronomers. plosive ngent bctueea the mixture and an explosive cap with which the There are now five comets engaging cartridge is provided Possibly Ibis la the attention of obcervers two In tho the explosive of the plfitais sold for foutlicrn bemlepherc, three' In the reuderlng burglars Insensible northern Of these three, the most conspicuous Is Brooks', situated beAt-tla- n s d tween Ureae Majoris and Lyrae. Its position cauEes the tall of the Oreat Bear to appear to have four stars In It. Instead of the usual three. The fourth Is, of course. Brooks' comet; it Is now between tbo second and third magnitude In brtghtrcss. It baa been well photographed at Greenwich, and shows a tall 15 degrees long. The tecond comet of our hemisphere the first discoverer Its Is QuenlsEct's position on September 28 was right ascension. IE hours. I minute, 23V4 seconds, und declination CI degrees, 52 minutes. 8 secoud. It Is of the seventh magnitude, and can be easily seen In a small telescope The third comet Is the new one dlscoverod by Bcljawskl at Slmles, Russia, at 3 a. ra. on September 29. Its right ascension was 10 bours, and declination N. 8 degrees. It Is moving eastward, and was visible low down In the Bky to tho east from 4:30 to 5:30 a. m. A "Halr'a Breadth." "hair's breadth ' la a phrase of definite meahurelng a toolmoker's workshop, where delicate scientific lustra-meat- s are constructed Divide an luch into 10,000 equal parts. Seventeen of these parts measure a "halr'a breadth." A NOTE5 OF (SCIENCE INVENTION Airship propellers the tlrst attempt to engrave oa glass. Some doctors say a regular diet of beet makes people and cross. anlversity prefeanar An IlaHaa claims ta have found radium to ordinary dew. In their chcaolcal composition Ihe wood built sp In layers. In Europe they dust the pnlmlag In art galleries by means of air syrtagea. May I. 1757, Is jlven as the date of are carved from banana aad potate are alsaest ne-th- g 11 Moving Pictures In Germany. Few American Ulrus are popular at (be moving picture shows in Nureiit-bur- g Geruiau cities. and adjoining Consul George N Ifft states that the only ones of Interest ore those depleting cowboy and Indian life. '.Centlcul. The light af one candle stay be seen a mile and that of three aandles la visible two alien. It has been estimated that the eye ot a fly cua discern an object one of as Inch In diameter U la told of a clock In Urusaela n that It has never been wound by hands. It Is kept gulag by the wind. Crude oil to the extenl af 24,000 gallons Is used every month In tha Panama canal sone to destroy mosquitoes. According to a French Investigator tho chance of mistake In Idenlllleatioa by means of linger prist U about on lu 17,0O.QUO,QQO. Pajf Four. THE CITIZEN. TWO FIRES Monday at G:'J0 and again nt 11:30 a. m. tho flro gong was heard. Tho caiiRo of tho first alarm was a small blazo at tho now Dairy Barn, ed by nn overheated stovo, tho fluo of which passes thru tho floor of tho second story. What would have been a very serious conflagration was checked by tho prompt aud efficient work of three of tho men employed about tho barn. Although the alarm was sent In, tho Collego fire department did not put In nn nppenriino. Tho only damage was a smnll hote In the foor and tho flooding of an employee's room. The second cause of alarm was smoko Issuing from tho smnll cottngo In tho rear of tho Dinsruoro place, occupied by several school girls. Tho fire seemed to hnvo started In the second story from a stove which had no protection from fulling coals botweon It and tho wooden floor. Tho proierty was not seriously damaged. ANXIOUS FOR BEREA January Day Phone 26 1 1, 1913. Nlrfht 46 COMPLETE STOCK DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, LADIES9 and CHILDREN'S SHOES R. H. CHRISMAN Undertaking and Embnlmlnrf E. F. COYLE You pay less or get more ; It's the easiest way to make money, Berea honors the students Who A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies. come to It with greatest effort. There o "Savo tho Difference." SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. decidAir. J. E. Barlow, manager of the have been numerous cases of a m ed heroism connected with the open- o o mines at Logan, V, Va., spent Friday at Dorca helping to enter his lug of the winter term students o coming long distances In wagons and j son, J. K. Barlow, Jr. NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A o on foot, some of them who board The Universe Is the Higher Power; First Keep nccounts. ' VARIETY OF SOURCES o Mrs. B. H. Roberts, wife of tho themselves, and nil of them full of Second Gi t the books and other It has produced India, pastor of tho Union Church, spoke to courage and determination. We cr- - (things replies: you really need ns a student, j Chrlxtliuilty The Higher 3 , a number of girls at tho report divipett such students to get the lar;r ' Do not spend money for travel and Powers are revealed to man In man, McKee, a Bophomore in sion on Tuesday morning. Austin benefit from their studies here uoar,i nn,j then fall to get tho full for (Jod has mudn man in his own our collego department last year, i A letter from Rev. W. D. Smith, und to show the greatest ower in 'benefit of your schooling for lack of j Image. This has produced Europe 4th, nt pastor died of tuberculosis, Jan. of tho M. E. church at Cody afterlife. to and America. in tnctonury, or allow yourself his home nt Elk Falls, Kansas. Two young mcn,,M. E. Colson and cntcr, coh for lack of nn umbrella. and Ell, Neb., Is published In part Christianity appears In two forms Miss Maggie Rutherford of CinC1TT PIIONK 1S on page 8. Mr. Smith was born in W. S. Todd, both of Pulaski County, Third Help take good aire of all autocratic and democratic, that la tho visiting home folks cinnati has been Jackson County and graduated In the wero so anxious to return to Deren college properties. These are held high government form and tho free Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. In town for some time. Normal Department of Berea, 1101. tlmt they walked from their homos trust for the benefit of students form; that Is, Roman Catholic and Mr. Fred Cummlngs who had been He sends greetings to his teachers at Woodstock, Ky., 32 miles, to ho f0r j0U ow anj for other students Protestant. Roman Catholic ChristiBRECK DAN visiting with Mr. and .Mrs. Hardin and friends and would be glad to present at tho opening of the wlu-- , tth0 will come after you. anity has produced tho Latin counGolden since Christmas returned to -hear from any of them. His address tcr term. Life and Fourth Bo faithful to your labor tries, Italy, Spain, France," Bouth his homo In Blnghampton, N. Y., last Is Box 22, Ell Nebraska. nicy bcth are teachers In their assignments. If you make n contract America; Protestant Christianity has week. Mrs. Cummlngs will remain Insurance Adventure, romance and love are County and taught the past fall term. t Hweep n room, or build a fire, or produced Germany, Great Britain, and Richmond, Ky. in town for a couple of weeks longer. some They hold certificates and did not Ka any other piecu of work, let that North America. Phone 505 of tho salient features of HenThe little baby of Mr. and Mrs. D. ry Kctchcll Webster's story, "The have to come In order to teach but t your first business until It Is 111 at the F. VanWtnkle was quite N. TIME TABLE. L. Skyman," which will bo started !n came in order that they may lo faithfully informed. Make a roimtnLOST first of tho week. able to teach with more efficiency. Local North Bound ton and establish the habit of buil- next week's Issue of Tho Citizen. Mrs. L. K. Flanery Is visiting - uosa fidelity Pair of half lense stiver rlniuid 10:65 p. m. unicrvu uvrvu i" tun wiu7:00 a. m. imy Knoxvllle Prof. J. L. Shawver, of Bcllcfon-talnIn caMj with Dr. Cowley's ter term of Ut09. Mr. Colson had then 3:52 a. m. nt Elmwood and Cincinnati, Ohio, 1:04 p. m. BEREA Fifth Get classed where you can Ohio, one of that state's most taught one term at a salary of $32.17 this week. 6:30 p. m. 7:5 a. Cincinnati shine. It Is better to be a leading name on back of cose. Finder plcaso Rev. Paul Derthlck, who will be Important extension lecturers In agri pur month. Since that tlmo he has South Bound Local In a lower clnbs than to bo return to Cltlteu office and receive Beculture, will spend a week In Berea raised his salary to $G9.9 V-- scholar along at the tall of a high- reward. 8:15 p. m. remembered by many friends in 6:30 a-- m. dragged Cincinnati was Martha sometime this month, and address month. (Mrs. Derthlck 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. in. rea. BEREA er class. They say that it lays to go to (:65 p. m. &:& a. m. Washburn), Is now in Stanton, Ky., our agriculture students. FOR SALE Knoiville Sixth Learn to study alone. Aftho distinction of organizing and has Express Trains ter all, one of tho greatest things e Sunday Schools eighty-fivnew On Center Street a good lot known Stop to take on and let off passen- about we got In, school life Is the ability upon that Import as the John Bales place. Houao and gers from beyond Dayton, O., or from since he nitered to study by ourselves and get inbarn on lot. Good reason for selling, ant work. Atlanta and beyond. struction directly from the books. owe money. I). N. Welch, Mrs. Jennie Gay, wife of Mr. U. F. South Bound Seventh Be good to strangers. Gay, former residents of Berea, who 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati Eighth. Keep the rules. In com"boy missing" has been an Invalid for over two 11:44 a. m. UKREA ing to Berea you voto for Berea's years from a stroke of paralysis, died North Bound regulations. You come hero because Son of J. T. Durham, Kerby Knob, at her home In Lowell, Ky., Tuesday. 4:46 p. m. BEREA has been mndo Into n very Jackson County, 15 years old, red The burial took place In Berea. ceme8:37 p. m. Cincinnati famous school by tho observance of 'hair with cow lick on right aide of tery, Thursday. Short bervices were these rules. forhead, blue eyes, weighs about 130 cemetery by Rev. conducted at the Ninth Keep cheerful. of J. P. BIcknell. Mr. Gus. Shanks and family xunds, stands straight and square have moved Into rooms shouldered. He Is supposed to t WANTED: All your turkeys and MAN INCURABLY RELIGIOUS crazy und should be put In custody In the Fowler House on Chestnut chickens at a good price. J. S. Gott, Street, They will spend the winter of officers and W. A. Johnson, Deputy y Depot Street. Says Sabatler: "Man Is lncurah-lSheriff, Berea. Ky., notified. here. religious." This Is true. Religion Rev. David Bowman will preach at Mr. A. E. Hart who has been workthe for Is the Methodist Episcoplal church next universal. Reverence ing hero this fall returned to his Higher Powers exist wherever affec-Ho- 2 cans Tomatoes and 1 Corn, 25c Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock. The ' heme In Cleveland, last week. public Is cordially Invited. of men for wife, children and 3 cans Corn 25c Rev. Henry Kelch and family of friends exist. Wherever men form Mr. L. L. Summers, who is lu .25c Illinois, accompanied by Mrs. Kelch's barsB of tho manual tralnlng families and build homes, they wor- - 3 cans Peas ork !3 cans Pie Peaches sister, arrived in Berca last week. lu the Oshkosh, Wisconsin State 25c ship und build temples. Rev. Kelch has taken the pastorate Normal School, spent Monday evenTo the iiuestlon, What are the i Heavy Syrup Table Peaches, 20c of the Christian Church. TTiey have ing In Berea looking over the IndusHigher Powers? different religions 2 cans Waldorf Corn .25c moved Into the parsonage. give different answers. trial feature of our work. Mr. Sum2 cans Waldorf Peas 25c Confucianism Miss Estolla BIcknell was homo mers has been on a tour of the Inreplies; We cannot a iumuiocs iac over Sunday. know the Higher Powers; wo dustrial colleges and Institutions of 5c per pound only know our duties to each other. (Navy Beans "The Skyman" a serial story of tho country, and particularly of the This Is Agnosticism; It has produced Choice Dried Peaches, 12,'4c " more than ordinary Interest will be bouth, with the view of getting sugChina . 99 started in next week's issue of The gestions of a practical nature for AT Mohuuimedanlsm replies: Law, in the industrial work In his departCitizen. evitable, Irrcslstble, (tcrsonatcd In by his ment. Ho was accompanied Mr. L. L. Shadoln was In town Allah. Is tho Higher Power. Tills li, from Saturday until Monday on busi- wife. Fatalism; It has produced Turkey. s. 10 cents per gallon at Coal oil ness. DrahmnnlBtu und Buddhism reply: Delivers Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dick wero In Richmond, Friday. At tho beginning of tho New Year 'echool nnd cspeclnlly does It pay P. 0, HOURS CHANGED It looks like everybody trades at the firm of Rhodus and Hayes was to get a higher education. Their edudissolved, D. M. Gott, of Richmond, Welch's. On aud after Jan. 14th, tho iost- - cation has been secured by their Miss Grace Parker und Mr. Hullett formerly associated with Hamilton oiflco will bo open on Suudays from own efforts, their parents being too SUCOKSSOIt TO Johnson were quietly married at the Bros., of that place entering Into 12:30 p. m. to 2 p. m. Instead of as rfor to send them to college partnership with Mr. Hayes and formThey urgo every boy and girl to The Porter Drug Co. homo of Mr. Vlars near the Gladu heretofore. ing the now firm, Hayes and Gott. D. N. Welch, P. M. j.o to school, und, as to tho place to Christian Church, Tuesday evening. J, B. Richardson, formerly of Big go, they strongly recommend Berea. by J. The ceremony was conducted Extends New Year's Greetings to All, and solicits a con- 111, has opened up an attractive groFOR SALE J'. Blckuell. tinuance of your patronage for the ensuing year. cery storo in tho property recently Mr. Ed Porter returned from Louisoccupied by the Racket Store. GOOD ADVICE FROM PRES. FROST Kldd uud Robinson will sell their DR. N. CRJUG, Pharmacist ville, Saturday. I .Miss Helen Uleffenderfer of Phlln-- ! business, consisting of of sixteen years experience will be in charge of the store and guaranMr. Bun Gabbard was in town Sat- dulphla, Pa., who spent the Christ entlro livery Several have asked us to record 10 head of horses and two mules, C urday aud Sunday. tees prompt and efficient service to all patrons. inas holidays with Secretary and Mrs. rubber und four steel tiro buggies, 3 the nine pieces of advice which Pros. Mc. Bob Ricl.ardbon was lu town Morton, returned, Friday, last, to her drummor wagons, 2 surreys, Kino farm Frost gave at tho opening day of tho THOMAS LOGSDON, Assistant home. last week. wagon, etc The barn has ample room winter torm. They are these: Tho number of students who have to tako care of 25 head of horses and Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Thomason of Holcomb, Mo spent a few days with j passed through tho Treasurer's office equally as many vehicles. This barn Prof, and Mrs. C. D. Lewis, Mrs. Tho- - and paid their bills up to Tuesday has an oxcellent business, Is Ideally noon was 1,233. mason is Mrs. Lewis' sister. located, being noar tho center of town, -Former Secretary Gamble writes Is covered with metal aud practically from Montrcsu, Pu., that ho has had now. It has every necessary convena vory successful Chrlstmno business ience. A very deMrable business for In his now book und stationery storo. tho right man. Will sell stock, etc., and lease the Mr. Gamble reports success In all to announce to our patrons and prospective customers barn, or will sell both. Terms made in the stock of Merchan-dis- e sold his C. Rhodus From now, henceforth and ever after Hues. Tho brother of Clinton Jones, who to suit purchaser. Write or call on, owned by Rhodus C& Hayes to D. M. Gott. change has boon spending a few days in Kldd and Robinson, Berea, Ky. being made I, the new firm is now open and ready for business jtown, returned to his homo on Mon prices merchandise with a full line will interest you. Cautious In His Answer. day. Mr. Jones was called to Berea comIn the most attractive, Uncle George Snow, an old anteinvite you to come and see us before you buy. In behalf of the on uccount of tho operation informbuilding in ed on his modious, old firm we wish to thank you for brothor, .Clinton, who is bellum negro, was giving testimony. past patronage and, assuring The counsel usked Berea. With a line of merUncle Gwrge reiwrted to bo doing nicely. you honest dealings and courteous in the future, we are which side of Eouchutouchee Creek chandise that will please every Onu of tho features of tho opeu-iti- g :: :: be lived on, to which he replied: :: :: :: yours for :: one. days of tho winter term was a "Which side of the creek do I live on, Come in and See Us skating party last Suturduy ufter-noo- boss?" "Yes." "Gwlne up or down Tho brick yard pond furnish-t-- d the creek, boss?" The New Brick Building with enjoyment for a large number of the Handsome Plate young folks. Wife's Duty. Glass Windows Mr. J. 1). Clarkbton, manager of A wife U not doing her duty If snt "Qfe Quality Store" Maiafct. Hotel Block Hie hardware btoro on Main Street, loves ber husband more than ah loves herself. Father Donnelly. visited lexlngtou, Monday. ' oooooooooooooooooooooooooo j LOCAL PAGE ' ooooaoooooaoooo oooooooaooooaooS j DR. BEST, DENTIST H. nl Fire. Accident , J e, nri a. FENCE Special Sale now on at Welch's for Ameri- i can Royal Fencing 26c per rod Can't beat "the price or goods. n itir.u..r wimmuun I t "Save the Difference TATUM'S Any Time - THE BEREA DRUG CO. 11 W. - At Home NEW FIRM has interest at that your treatment IrtrT 111 WISH tnat XEbe IRachet Stove We January of winter The quality. n. HAYES c& GOTT January 1 1, 1912. THE CITIZEN. 1,716 million bushels, against 1,173 million In European Kussla, C13 million In France, 4S0 million In Aus tria, 184 million in Hungary, 137 million In Great Iirltnln, 120 million In Ireland, 09 million In Canada, and u77 million In tho United States. Now York Is tho largest potato pro- Page Five being 200 TELEPHONES IN THE BEREA EXCHANGE Big Sale on at Engle's 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 January 1, 1912 Which is tit say that each subscriber in the Ilerea Exchange can get into instant communication, day or night, with 1000 people in ilerea and vicinity, and with over 4000 people in Madison County, at a cost of less than 5 cents per day 24 hours for a residence phone. YOUR. NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION should call for a Telephone in your home. We have the phone?. Our operators are anxious to give you good service. Go to your neighbor's phone today and call 184 and we will get your phone in quick. ducing Stato In tho United States, milhor product In 1!U0 being 44 In lion bushels, against 35 million Michigan, 28 million In Maine, 2& million In Pennsylvania, 25 million In Wisconsin, 15 million In Ohio, 12 million In Illinois, 12 million In Iowa, and about 10 million bushels ench In Minnesota and Now Jersey, 2-- 3 2 BEREA TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED vhllo practically all the remaining States aro represented with totals ranging from ona million to 8 million bushels each. Tho largest liniwtatlon of potatoes during tho past decado occurred In 1M)9, being 8 million bushels; the largest exports of tho decade occurred 1- 111 tfe .. . INTENSIVE FARMING PNEUMONIA IN SWINE when forced 1911, being 2 1- . . . Just at HiIb hcukoii of tho year, Kentucky Ih thickly scattered with u futul dlseuwi In Iiuks. TIiIh disease In a majority of cusos 1m Iiok cholera, l.ut there huvo been many applicacholera twrmn tions for nntl-howu havo where, upon lhvustlKutlon, found It was not lifts; cholera but pneumonia. Pneumonia In swlno Is ;i very common disease, ami during tho winter months uanvclally Is very prevalent, anil 0110 should bo able to distinguish between the primary Inflammation In tho lobes, lobules slid connective ttssuus of the luiiKs pneumonia and hog cholera, which pneushows a secondary monia In combination with A well Indicative of lion cholera. differential dlnsnosls of these two diseases In swine Is not always possible before death, and a post morIt Is tem Is therefore necessary. truo that In uok cholera pneumonia olton exists, but ulways as solidary pneumonia; however, pneumonia may occur alono as a primary Infection. In pneumonia congested areas aro found In tho Iuiiks, sometimes of a bright red ting" but often of a dark Kraylbh red. In boiuo caes they nro black with K)cl;rts of pus (.(langre-nous- ). This latter condition Is found In secondary pneumonia, consequent ujion cholera, as well as In primary pneumonia. Where cholera exists the lung hemorrhages are present also In the form of small pin point hemorrhages. Also In this com) tho choleru lesions are prominently developed In the alimentary tract. Theso iKilnts wrve to dlHtintsiilfh tho two conditions, whether existing alone or When tho two exist together the pneumonia Is secondary ami contracted after the cholera has lowered the vitality. I'neumcnla In swlnn parses thru the Kiinn stage as In other domestic animals and In man, aceompanled by symptoms practically tho tame, If correctly Interpreted. Mechanical l'lieumoiila Is frequent In hogs and Ik caused by direct Irritation, buch us medicinal liquids In tho form of drenches which lodge in the lung by dust and dirt constantly Inhaled from dusty sleeping quarters; by external wounds or iortlons of fractured ribs penetrating tho luiirf tissue; from housing in 4ll ventilated stables, necessitating the constant tabulation of foul ulr which is insufficient In oxygeu to nourish the I oily and results In pulmonary and congestion. The animal exhibits a rhlll, often passing unnoticed, followed by fever, which Is Indicated by dullness and drowsiness; In creased breathing mid dry cough, s; htn-nati- with almost coiiiplotu Joss of apetlte. The animal shows conslderablo puln to move, ami movlm? generally stimulates coughing and respiration. Tho cough Is dry nt first and In caso of recovery gradually softer and eusier. In fatal cases death Is preceded by uneasiness, dullness, loss of apotlte, persistent fever (temperature 101 degrees to 108 degrees), Increased pulse rate er minute), and In(as high as K-creased respiration. Tho duration ot tho disease Is variable, but generally lasts from S to 14 days. There Is no disease which It Is more Important to prevent, as a diagnosis Is not always made In tlmo to avoid or cheel: the disease when otico started. .Mpny lie cuses In tho early stages can checked by the uso of cpsom salts, 1 gr. Aconlto tine oi., and calomel m nnd vcrutrum vlrldo fluid ext gr. nro good for their fever re ducing property and their effect up on tho vascular system and should with stimulants and bo combined tonics, such as whiskey, ginger, al 4 ilr. cohol and brandy, Lnudaum, bhould bo given to keep aconltu and veratrum from producing vomiting. period ammoniIn tho convalosccnt um enrbonato, 0 gr., or turpentine are used as expectorants. for pnuenionla treament The should In tho first place bo preventthe cause which ed by removing and Is frequently duo to exposure rhnucenblo climatic conditions. Dur ing the early spring or" late fall when housed nnd hogs nro Improperly t.heltered, It Is not uncommon for them to die from this trouble. It Is wometlmes contracted when they are allowed to llo around haystacks where they pile up, become heuted and then are severely chilled, or when they g nr nllowed to be out lu a cold, rnln.H occurs morn frequently In tho winter thnn lu tho summer; under sudden variations of temperature, especially If It Is damp. It Is tho result ot catarrh sometimes to biought on by slight exposure cold. Itobert firaham, D. V. M. Division Animal Husbandry, Kentucky Experiment Station. 0 iu-3- 0 drU-zlln- Slates Is usually sufficient to meet tile requirements of Its population, there have been a number of occasions following short crops In tho United Stntes on which considerable quantities were Imported. On other occasions, when there wero shortages abroad and largo crops In tho United States, considerable quantities were exported. Tho total Imports nf potatoes Into the United States In the lost ten years aggregated 22,815,-C'bushels, valued at $10,985,770, or about 4S cents per bushel, this valuation bolng based uon tho wholesale market price In the countries from JI million bushels. IN OUR OWN STATE (Continual fratn 6rttpi(f) FIRE IN CLAY COUNTY Fires said to have caused the loss of five thousand dollars and believed to havo been of Incendiary origin destroyed tho storo of J. II. Walker near Manchester, Clay Co., last Thursday night; alBo the Tost Office at IMank, Clay Co. lllood hounds wero taken from Lexington to run down tho crietrators of tho outrage but no trace was found. Phone 60 R. J. ENGLE, Ky. Ho The Children's Pulpit A BOY ON A BRIDGE IIV RKV. FRANK T. IIAYI.ICV, IN KXCIIANI1K Ono evening several years ago, a brilliant company was gathered In un elegant mansion In London. While It was yet early In tho evening, ono of tho guests, a distinguished nobleman, begged his hosts to excuse him, as he must hasten away. "I loft my son, Henry, on London Bridge at noon, bidding hi m wait until my return. 1 have been very busy ever since, and have forgotten him until now. Poor fellow, I must go and bring him homo." His friends urged him not to go. "Tho pleasure of tho evening Is Just beginning," they said, "and no doubt the boy has gono home long nro. He would take It for granted that his futher had forgotten him, or wns too busy to como for him." "Ah," said the father, "you don't know my Henry' 1 told lilm to Btay until I cuinu; and he will." So ho left tho charming company. And on tho Urldgo, Just where ho lift him, ho found Henry hungry, a bit cold and wondering, uut iauniui. 1 am sure his father was proud of him. And ho may well have been proud of his father's confidence. It jour father can trust you llko that, ho Is a happy man. Henry grew to be a man, as boys havo a way of doing. And U10 man was llko tho boy; ho could bo trusted. Ho became ono of the great Christian soldiers ot England. The Queen sent him once to rescuo a company of people who were cooped up In n city men, women nnd little chll-- I dren, surrounded by a great army of I cruel enemies. Ho had but a few .soldiers, but they would follow where I he ledr If you want a splendid story, nsk your father to tell you how Sir Henry- - Havolock camo to Lucknow just In tlmo to save tho city from massacre or starvation. ! I culosis"" sanatorium esTabllsTTed 6y any city, by any county or group of counties combined, or by private subscriptions if the charter of the Institution prohibits Its making any profits from Its operation. It la understood WAR ON PLAGUE that there will be practically no opposition to the bill when It la presented Any tuberculosis sanltorlum In the to the present assembly. state, provided that It Is not operated for profit, will be assisted annually COL, ELLIS COMMISSIONED by state funds If a bill which has just been prepared by John Marshall The Governor Issued a commiiaioa ind W. W. Crawford Is made Into a to J. Tandy Ellis, of Carroll oounty, law by the present legislature. This as Assistant Adjutant General with bill, which Is to be presented as an the rank of Colons), under Adjt, tmendment to the existing act "for W. M. Haldeman. Col. Ellis willDen. bethe encouragement of the establish- gin his work at once. ment and maintenance of sanatorium! In the commonwealth of Kentucky for Good Idea for Hot Weather. the care and treatment ot persons It Is a Kansas woman who has a suffering from pulmonary tuberculo- patent on a fan provided with a sheet sis," will provide an appropriation and ot absorbent material to hold water make eligible, for. state, aid. any. tuber to cool the air which It agitates. jest did what they told him, and that's the reason why I'd llko to be like Daddy, and I'm really goln' to try. BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE A COMPLETE LINE HARDWARE, PAINTS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES PricesRUht J. D. CLARKST0N Give" "Call MAIN STRICT, near Bonk OF INTEREST T0P0TAT0 GROWERS The recent announcement that large quantities of potatoes uro being Imported Into tho United States lends Interest to u statement prepared by tho llureau of Statistics, Department of Commerce mid Ijibor, showing tho Imports and exports of potatoes during a term of yenrs. While tho production of potatoes lu the United Ahlch ImiHirtcd and does not, thereI'M GOIN' TO BE LIKE DADDY fore, luchido the cost of transiorta-tlo- u or duties paid, tho into of duly being 25 cents per bushel of GO lbs. When I grow up to bo a great bis man both under tho present law and Its I'm golu' to bo llko Daddy so 1 predecessor. Immediate The export am. oi potatoes from the United States during tho mmiq decade amounted to He's great, big, tall, and handsome, too, lO.'JOO.OGC bushels valued at $S,413,-ii"- 5, And ain't afraid of nothlu'. Says, an nverage of 77 cents per bu. "shu!" Potatoes Imported Into the United States come chiefly from Canada. To cows and geese and things that make 1110 scared Mexico, and Bermuda In America, And they just scamper way. They'r and Scotland, England, Ireland, Gercoward! many and Franco In Europe, w hile lu recent years small quantities have alfuz-sso been "brought from China, Aus- Ho told 1110 yesterday That worm, tralia, and tho Canary Islands. The That crawls and has a wlggly potatoes exported go chiefly to tho squirm, West Indies, Central America and , Is called a caterpillar. Ain't It Canada, the largest quantities usualqueer? ly to Cuba, Canada and Pnnuma nnd Ho knows all 'bout tho things 1 lesser quantities to other Central American States and the West Indian Islands. Small quantities have also been sent In recent )onrs to China, Hongkong, British Guiana, the I'hllllpplue IsHmds, French Oceania, and certain of tho South American countries, but practically none to Europe which, although n large consumer of pot'.toes, Is also a largo producer. Tho world's potato crop, so tar ns It can bo measured statistically, runs between 5 and C billion bushels per annum, but theso figures do not Include tho production of China, North Africa, and most ot South America, tho original homo of tho potuto, which wus found under cultivation In South America by tho Spanish discoverers and transplanted to Spain nnd thenco to other parts of Kurope. (!rnmny Is by far tho largest slnglo producer of potatoes, her total crop lor 1!H!), tho latest available figures, Some day it'll bo a butterfly And wear gay painted wings fly up high. PALACE MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you want and get what you call for. Highest market price paid for butter, eggs and chickens Leaf Lard, guaranteed pure. Kidd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. Fish and Oysters every Thursday. U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. Do You Want to Buy a Good Blue Grass Farm ? Do you want to buy a good building lot in Berea and do as others have done, build you a fear. nnd ft He says sonio day that I'll have Wings It I am good And never say bad words or tell n fatso-hooAnd say my prayers to (lod, Yes, And never let a boy tempt jno to fight. Hut foro I get my wings I'd ruther grow To .bo llko Daddy Daddy , The New Drug Store PETTUS (2b eory night, PARKS, comfortable home, educate your children and make a living? Or is it a common to medium farm you Cause I know Chestnut St., Berea, Ky. PHONE 54 LOOK AT THIS! A Splendid Haguln in 11 .118 acres Stock and Fruit Farm. This land Is real K"d lllliestono liluo thhh niolinliiln laiid, well watered. About (10 ncrori In liluo Kruxs; about 100,000 ft. of saw timber; a rent deal of tlo timber ami n (treat number of Inriint poHts. Finest stono for makinjr limit any where. Hlieei llvo 011 blue KrtiNH all winter. This Is ono of tho best of sheep ranches, iiIko a vplendld fruit farm. It has growing- on It now about 2,000 budded bearing pencil trees; IN) finely assorted budded ami In trees, besides all kinds of small fruit, irrupew, cherries, iilums, etc. Tills ld cellar and tract ban 011 It two good farm residences. One with nil necessary outbuildings, and one splendid Htock barn, water In yard il tenumout limiHeH, and Is In irood neighborhood, within 2 miles of church, school and post olllco, 6 miles from Hull Komi. I will sell Haiiio as a whole or In two tracts cuunly road dividing lias a whole for J&'l.OO per aero on good terms, Town lots and Imnroved nronertr In Heron. IC.v. liluecriiHH farms In Madison and (Inrrard Cos., 6,000 aen s In 1 block. Timber and coal lauds In Southeastern Kentucky nil for sale nt prices nnd terms to suit purchaser. Let 1110 hear from any ono Interested. spl-iul- must havo been tho very test boy. Ho never got a whlppln' or never broko a toy, llo novcr ran away, or scared Ms mother, so! Or told ubout his sister's faults beforher Sunday beaux. lies want at a moderate price for either cash or terms with easy payments, close around and convenient to Berea College ? It may be more convenient for you to buy some of the beautiful homes already built that I have for sale for my clients in Berea. Good enough for anybody. I have plenty of Real Estate in Madison and adjoining Counties for sale at a price to suit any one, from $10 per acre to $150 per acre owing to the quality and location of the land. Think it over and v. rite me what you want or call at my office and we will talk it over. REMEMBER WHAT I SAY, you will always get a square deal with Holiday If interested. CALL'UPON OR ADDRESS, Dooley's For Everything To Eat In addition to our regular 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. te G. D. Room 4, Berea Bank (& Trust Building HOLLIDAY KY. x BEREA, J. P. BICKNELL Berea, Ky. HE . CITIZEN. . . January 11, 19t2 THE CHILDREN CLIMBING TREE MADE EASY MOTHER'S TROUBLE Close Fellowship BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL DEPARTMENT OF BEREA COLLEGE Is Christian Life WELSH DOCTORS BAR LIQUOR By Rev. Waihinglon Claddea Columbus, Ohio (Tic Citizen is a pcd4 hanil-billlettex-hcad- of our work.) Pledge Themselves Net te Sanction Its Use In Case of Disease Un- necessary for Good Health. k1 rt If, 1 At n meeting of tho North Waloa tTi'tnnprnnm ffldurntlnn It was an TKXT tlehold Han.! nt th door antf -j iCjictsllent Method for Poys to Know lha, lho fojfrntlon had ob, snock. If any man near My vole. a4 Who Are Going Into Country Where open the door I will come In to aka ad lolncd tho signatures of 108 doctors practicing In North Wales to the fed- Thar li Least Danger. b. with i:t. temperance Icratlon's manifesto Tho companionship here suggested Among those who Indorse the man! Somctlmm a oy Is caught In a pre--, between the dlvlno and tho human Ih fce,0 nrc 3I miclii 0mcora of hrntlh will .dlcauicnt where climbing a trco Intlmafo and ramlllar. The figure l nnrt lt haro ,ho diploma of inspector Uut Jbelp blra out ot his difficulty. few boys show who llvo ki cllr and Muddpr busy washing, rubbing whIH she tbnt of a social meal together. And I 0f public health, the great friend represents himself an town know how to cilrab a treo. The nines. ,he pre8)dcnU nat Tbe brlclHly. to dry tlia HW taking tho Initiative. He does not'ioj mwUca mcB ln North Wnc8 had tr ill nary method of climbing a brec-i- San lines. force his companionship upon ua. Tbe 8lRncd the ,nnnfeg,0 was e by grasping bUI of the lowor Dolly In her Mttlo bed. with not a dr$a reverence tor tbo kumaa per-- (lon of tbo Krcnl Strtncbcs with firm hands, placing tho ot pubnc lo wear. loss nbout tho troo's trunk nod pull- Ticking- up an awfull fus Just becauM sonnllty Is one of the great truths opOB on ,ho que8ton and It waa ahe a dere. which It has taken tho world a long bound t0 TOake ing up with tbo former ami (mailing dM(p mprc(,g)oo uy with tbo tatlcr. It's nntwro way Pettlcoata and nighties, hanelnc on tha time to learn, but we are beginning upon tno 8cntmont of thc country la lo understand It "We force no doors Ul0 npar ru,nrc Th) OTldonco whch of going up. Uut to climb tie talt. line. atrnlght tree which has no low Droaaei tana and aprona, dainty, sheet in friendship." says t)r King, "bst, Ulof oow ,lad af ,emperiu,cil ref0nn. must-- i and flnr. like the Christ ln Revelation, we tranches nor rough bark, one ,he (IIrect relntloo between tho Dolly In an awful atcw. Hum ah tant stand reverently at the door without. tra ustf nnothcr and mora scientific nictli m9t of gpfli nd he 0Bmln, lt)n. co out. cd. Take a rag or two handkerchiefs, O. ha troubtf Mudders hae when to knock. And only If the door bo ln,od Bnd ,be offect of ,be 0nanclaj opened from within may wo come In ?roWglonil of ho budce, lpon th0 nsuidilr chlt rrn pout! tJod together, or a tawol any nuch to sup with our friend, and be with cotuumptlon of spirits In thc country hluR that may bo availablo and at -t- liisamond M. Tent la Philadelphia IteooriL us." Hut It Is only the most tntl- - wa TefJp ,mporUn,t ag ach end t(0 Eocurely a loop largo ,ho proof mate or our friends who venture to In-- , tno ,, t enough to admit ot tba foot, and thc ,,0 mora,coiunjmp-Tlt- e themselves to supper. enough to prevent tho foot from DOMINOES TO TELL FORTUNES tight Uon of quor and tho Is It not n beautiful relation be-allpplns through. Then sdaco tho tbe plop1a and pubiIc grderi 0 Jmoslcd-tagcthc- r According tween tho divine and tho human that hopcd tho federation wwld u tbo kerchiefs Answers May Be Regulated towel or In thus advocated? But what we have ncllr futtiro be able to do a great desU round the trco and pat your feet Into lo Pieces Turned Up Much Amuse, ment Can Be Derived. h loans. Thfl towols or ras used learned of (Jod from Jesus Christ moro for ,he uplifting o tho people makes It easy to accept this SUgROS. in North Wale thrrm.h (h mrnna of KlioulJ be long enough, to go balfi If tlon. We are sure that If Jesus should umnm.Pl 1. h h.i ,n,i wi,tr. Have you a game of dominoes? round tho lody of tbo trco. and must so. you can have lots ot fun when your come to Columbus tbe people who 8cnso & tnat word, not merely mat be baggy or too long. come to see you. Shuffle tha loved blm might expect to haro him flnng themselves to total abstinence, Now, haying tho towol rotmd Mid trcu and your feel In tho loops, you cmfcraco dominoes well and lay them face down drop In any evening to sapper, and but tajHnn ndvantaco of evcrv Influ- wkcIi mndn for thu anhrirtv of the trunk with your arms, raise roar on a smooth tabic Tell your friends , they would not be at all embarrassed at bearing bis familiar knock at tbo tBo natfon legs, and, pressing the towel against! . door. No formalities would be callwJ Sbo trunk with your feet, stand in tbo Tbo fon'ownR ta tho tclt of tho for In his case. He would know how manifesto: loops as though ther wore stirrups -- KocoRn'ijing to make himself at homo. "And ho Then raise tho body and eotzo the YPry wrlon8 1, that hath seen me." he said, "hath to ,he Mtlonsil hcalth trunk higher up with the bands. Then, by tbo seen the father." That Is the kind of l)r..ont-dakoldlng tost with the hands, you ratec- flxtmslvn s rlendshlp that the great frload wtab-- , ,be varloU8 form8 of aicohon,. legs again, drawing the jour cs to maintain with all of us. upwards, repeating tho process over drinks; recognizing also the habit of and over tin you have gono as far op uui me iei is a iiui.iuiu. ua n .uj Is soldom, If ever, par- - suddenly acquired, but grows gradn-taksupper of which wo nre sooa to the treo as you desire. What Is the deeper fact to xliy ollt If tbo boys aro going Into tbe woods-tthat ,s considered to bo which these symbols bear witness? , Dl0derato use. and goncrally In tho whero there Is danger of wild animals, It is a communion, a sharing of the taeltcT that such moderate uso o or even domestic ones with horns. It Is lire by tbo human life. We are motpfl icatri. Increases tho power of well lo practice this method of climb Telling Fortunes With Dominoes. partakers. Paul says, of tho dlvlno work nm proonKg lfo. convinced, ing before rcnturlng to danger's I no .And It wl be well to carry along to turn tho dominoes and tho follow. nature. In some way he Uvea la us. morcovcr. that this belief Is a dnngcr-an- d wo In him. . ..either a good Btroag towcL or aa old Ing arc what tho points denote. oua delusion, ard one which the pro-LDoublc-sdenotes receipt ot money: us not conceive that this la a longed observation and exact cxperl-mcr- o very rich. will bo mystical Impressionism. Hut mcnts of scientific men bavo denotes success and pleas-e- . Is clear? When the great rrlcnd cluslvcly proved to be so; we. tbe comes In to sup with us bow we shall undersigned, appeal to all our raedl-br early marriage; happiness awaro of his presence? It will bo brethren In North Wales to Join affection, constancy. something more than a pleasurable wm, U8 n an endeavor to dlscountc-thrl- ll Industrious, economical. of spiritual excitement. Tho nance tho various popular errors that twice married. guosts that he brings with blm will eiiil largely prevail upon the subject sorrow, trouble. be good thoughts, generous wishes, we appeal to them especially not to very lucky. r definite direction of IUe toward or evcn seem to give, tho sanc-nlt- e Flvo-fou- r will marry poor. objects. Now all theee move- - tlon ot their professional authority to e wealth. eventual ments of mind are rca'ltles. A thought KCneral emplormcnt of alcoholic Five-twlove. Is Just as roal as a stone or a treo drinks In case of dlscaso. Wo btllcvo Five-onengagement; Invitations. or n breeze. So Is a wish or a pur-- that these drlnka are not necessary If you know these. ou can regulate pose. 'for the promotion of health; they do your nnswers accordingly; no mauer I Thcso aro nil realities. Wo aro not Increase, but, on tbe contrary. Im- ulmt points turn up. and much fua can moro s'ire or them than of anything pair physical and mental efficiency: bo had. elso. The fact that you cannot wolgn that thoy do not prolong life " them in Fcales or measure thera wltu MAKING HAND SLED OF PIPE a yard stick Is no prcor that thoy aro ALCOHOL HURTS THE MEMORY Climbing Made Easy, n(H real. Il In ill lucau tuumma umi Can Be Constructed In Few Hours and Rod comes Into our lives. He desires Degree of Deterioration Varies Great piece of tracking In the event of need to share our thoughts, to enoblo our When Complete Is Much Better All Ehow Dimily in Individuals log It Anil even when not needed. It And wishes, to guide our purposes. Than Wooden Article. nution In Their Judgment. 'la well to havo tho necessary loops to can do this for us. Tbe humai bo cractlco wKh. One may Imaglno a TI10 accompanying sketch shows mind is mado to bo irradiated wltb Every persqn who drinks alcohol to or c wild bull coming after one, how an ordinary hand sled can be tbe dlvlno thought, as the diamond la bear excess, pays Dr. Alexander Lambert a bit of cllirblag to get used to made of .and do pipe ami made for the light. The central rorces It. Again ono may wish to go to tbo nrfinnii rnrh riinnor la mndff Ctt ona of our lives are these thoughts and tn an artlclo In Success of Magazine, will every form mental (or tbo fun of (op of somo tall tree just What not show piece of plpo bent to the proper shape. wlfhcs and purposes of ours that may be produced by at. by filling tne we habitually think about, what we This can bo accompllnhcd Indulgence, and thc degrco of plpo with melted rosin or load, then habitually wish for. what we habitual- deterioration In Intelligence which ly choose and prefer, that are we. And HOME-MAD- E SLEIGHT OF HAND goes to make up the sum total of the man who wants to havo tho truth mentality varies greatly In different In his mind and the purity of God All who drink alcohol to Individuals. Nuts and Raisins Are Emptied Into and love of God In bis purpose cau excess, however, show some diminuDlih by Coy by Means of Clever havo the Inspiration that wU aaako tion In their Judgment Judgment Uttle Trick. bis life dllvnn mtons the power of recalling various This, I suppote. Is the kind of com- memories of perceptions through the go me Try this trick when you bavo munion that the text offers us. ud It senses, which have come In from thu friends to dine uitli you: Is the substance of this thai we oegftt A boy, Tom by name, tried It, and outside world, memories of Ideas, Parts Made of Pipe Fittings. to be thinking or as we sit bere be- metnorles ot (motions, and all tbo Jbls friends thought blm vory clover, It was lo bring mec complicated association or Ideas that Junt when dinner was nearly over bonding In the shapo desired, and aft. fore .this table ...tatu tk. . I .c -fJn4 recalling Ilrldget quietly announced that tbo crward removing the rosin or lead by imo n.a rcMuuu la thB bring up. andone the ,nootner lived and taught and d ed. them wu(.h cacn wtb crorer must havo forgotten to bring heat. Each Joint Is turned up tightly that Jesus man has learned to realize When any judgo of the value between them. tbo nutfl uad raisins. Tbe company and well pinned or brazed. Ono of lho friendship It Is well for and were all more or less disappointed, but top crosspieces will need to have this groat things nre his life, doatb. Ttls also means reasoning and deciblm. All sion for action. This power of reaTom, tbe boat, seemed very augry at rigbt-hanand threads or to things to como. soning and Judging Is weakened In this omlsrUon. impatiently ho said to bo fitted with a union. Also, one of things present, Ilrldget, "Fetch mo the dish in wbicb tbo top pieces connecting the rear part tic alcoholic, and In any brnln long poisoned by alcohol It Is an Impossitbe nuta end raisins sbouJd nave beon to the front part of cacti runner must Love and Marriage. nerved." be fitted In the samo way Tho top Is destroys the love faculty, bility to exercise It Memory Itself Whatever weakened. Thero Is excessive Pretending to bo very much an fastened to tho two crosspieces. which Is tbo most divine part of our la also Such a band sled can be made In a being. ourM lo be corrected as soon forgttfulness of tho recent past, and noyed, bo tlourlsbed bis napkin vigor ouely over Uio empty dish. Thon care- few hours' tlmo and when complete la as possible. It Is better to enter Inte tn some cases of advanced alcoholism Is absolute forgelfulncss of wldo fully llltiog tbo napkin, tntica to tbe much better than a wood sled. life single or divorced than lo be de- there of years; a man may bo unahle eurprlao of alt, tbe dish was revealed stroyed by the married state. It is gaps anything from lho last His Grammar Was Good. full of mitt and raisins for tho child life to be without to remember back for twenty years, minutes "That old man walking along there better 'f bis Is bow Tom managed tbo trick pnrentnl Influcnco than to have Its five then remember back to childhood lie bad gotten Ilrldget to sow two nap. lives over tbo river." said a boy. no morals and love destroyed by parents. and kins tocelber all around tho edges and had taken tho prize for excellence in 'fifiportant and sacrod as marriage is, Tbe memories of childhood are more easily stamped on the brain than aro to ollt ono across tbo uilddlo. Tbo grammar . moral nnd love nature of man are tho father. thn "What?" exclaimed those of adult life, both because II pace between ibe napkins mado more sacred, os they are tho eternal bag. Into wbtcb Tom bad bilpted tbe "Havo you forgotton your grammar so qualities. The marr'ase Institution takes less to impicss a child, and there Is not the complexity of nut and raisins. Ho held tbo bag be- soon? You can say that be Uvea on like the moral commandments. Is subtween bis knees, wltb another napkin tho other side of tho river, but 'over jected to the condition sncrjudgmrtit Ideas crowding Into tho brain, nor tbe complexity of association of Ideas ever bbi lop. Wbllo bu was gesticulat tbe river" Is incorrect." Rev W P Brush, EpiscoTherefore memories to be recorded. "I beg your pardon, father; but ha of moii.Jersey City. Mo. tnx In apparent disappointment, be, palian. of childhood make a .deeper Impress fcad quickly changed napkins Tbo trick does live over tho river." "Why" and last longer, and so tho complex atclgbt was a cluYcr bit of bomu-madnever Far From God. memories of Ibe adult are the first to "Ho lives oyer tbe river, because of band, and all snouted at Tota'i be live on that little bouso on the And Christ has said. "La, I am with be forgotten In the alcoholic, and those cleverness. bridge.' you always;" and that Is enough, yw of childhood remain a Christian to "feel far away from Conundrums. Cigarette Bane of Youth. God" Is lo feel what Is not so. Such No One Clse to Do It. t. Why ebouid a Binder appear to Excessive smoking of cheap ctgnr- "And now," euld Ibe teacher of tbe a feeling Is Indeed human, as so assay wings? Have .i,r misleading emotions and untrue 4tes Is ruining the health of Shef- AusA-fiecaube ottcn fakes a Uy luvonllo Suuday school class, "why did thoughts are human; but tbe blessed field's (England) young men and fore-fac-t God crcato this beautllul world?" A IMw 2. Why Is tbo letter is la that God never leaves us. errs ng them on the rotes, according to "1 don't know," replied a bright little .o'clock medical officer tcilow, "unless there was no one else when we think be has done so or the repbrt of the patients Ans. JifccauBo It Is In the oildoio ot suffering "Some of tbe ought to do so. ills love Is greater -- day." could do It." who (bun our sin. Ho never deserts evea from disease of tbe heart und blood 3. Why Is a pig la a parlor Hko a tiro us gladly enter lute vessels sdmltted smoking as many as us derertcrs. Make Her Spanking Easy. In a bouoT to cheap cigarettes dally," says lho .he full consciousness of bis gkrio Tbo small daughter of a physician Ans. llccauso they both need put presence. Iet Satan doctor, adding- - "Nicotine, when rala- was told by bor lather that ue would and undefeatable out. ting tipvpr ucain cinse our cco iw uvvihui iu uia. 4. What Is Ibo dlaVrenco between and decomposed, granted 1 oiatlllxed u"r ,Ddwe"10 "XiVwp.-- . a trolley carT alricwnlk and '.."pK M The Sunday School Time. water vapor Is present. m ... civu uiu uuju luiurviuiiri urou Ad. Five cents dlfferunce. I a ndlcA-divin- cntds, nportr, bctmomt, Print books in the best mnnner, avad at low cut price!;. stsdeate, Your patronage is askcsl to holp ik! to iu6iirc your netting your money's worth. Call nt tho office, or rns! orders by mail. You will get Tctms cash. Address BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL, Bcrca. Ky. HOUSES TO RENT To those who have children to educate and wish f resale In Herea for a lonper or shorter time to enjoy Its educational advantages, the ColleRe has a number of houses, Inrpc f rd Nnali, some of them partly furnished, to rent on reasonable tcrsuc. Address nj THE COLLEGE TREASURER, Berca, Ky. THE BEREA HOSPITAL NURSE TRAINING SCHOOL OF BEREA COLLEGE Haa I est ocrnting room aat all modern iptliiocK lor I a limited nuiuLcr ot patitals. Hospital ttc.miBt uaily creases prospects of rtcovtry. Rat os One Dollar a day tuid ap. Bond for prompt payment required. For further particulars address m con-frien- THE HOSPITAL, Fcrwj. If. v foot-loop- e e. 4 et con-wb- at Slx-flv- e If Mrs. Jones buys her cofioe at Smith's each wock If the coffee In your store is better than Smith's and cheaper Every man and woman fsrinxtaas Why. TELL MRS. JONES I Don't dash wildly acrocs th to buy some article necessity or street to tell her. thouch; eho'd kxury every day of bb or her Ufa. Single handed I: would take ym Uuchatyou. Insert a 6ano, forceful advertisement in this pa par months to seek cut ihoio interested Find thc Man o Six-fou- Slx-tlircSix-tw- Slx-cn- e Six-blan- Five-doubl- e dctl-'gv- In your line of business. about your coffee. ia this paper We'll catch her eyo by rnakirhz Aa advertiscm-n- t your ad. attractive. Then all that docs the work instantaneously. is left for you to do is to ta&e In It corrals the purchaser brine? lho money for the coffee Mrs. b!ra to your store mukea him Uty things you advertised. Jones buys. j FIvc-tlirc- it7riui. iui. tr W ft. U.I L.JIII IlilL IJIlt o e Enlarging Your Business If you are lo I annually, and the business and von want to make more money you will read every word we have to say. Are you ( do'o-rUiratl- I spending your money lor advertising in haphazard lashion as if intended lor charity, or do you advertise (or direct results? Did you ever stop to think how your advertising can b made a source o( profit to you, and how Its Vulue can bo measured in dollars and cents. If you have not, you are throwing money away. Advertising is a modern business necessity, but must be conducted on business principles. If you are not satisfied with your advertising you should set aside a certain amount of money to be spent left-han- anrefidly note the effect it ans in increasing your volume of anilines; whether a lo, so r jo If you pet cent increase. watch this gain (rooa year to yon will become intensely interested in your advertising, and how you cau inuke it your business. If you try this method we believe you will want to let a single issue of this piper go to press without something from your store. We will be pleased to have you call on us, and we will take pleasure ia explaining our annual contract (or so many inches, and how it can be used ia whatever amount that seems necessary to you. If you can sell goods over the counter we can al-- o show you why this paper will best serve your interests when you want to reach the people of this community. en-tar- at m Reading IVSatSeir Tho Right Kind o2 The homo news; tho dolnga of tho people ln this town; tho gossip of our own community, that's tho first kind of reading matter you want. It is moro important, more interesting to you than that given by thp paper or magazine from tho outside world. It is tho first reading matter you should buy. Each issue of this paper gives to you just what you will consider o so J It I ThQ Right Reading and ot ftSaSSon LI aiwiwr- - faaMry 11, 1912 SANITARY THE CITIZEN. BARNS FOR SHEEP Need Not Be Dullt for Warmth, but Most De Dry and Well Ventilated Drafu Aro FataU Page Sevea. ORPINGTON BREED POPUUR AS GENERAL PURPOSE FOWL Is an Knallali Bird, Doslrablo Alike for Ess: Production and Talila Fowl All Four Varieties nrc Rated an Good Sitters nnd Mothers Gray Fletih of Olucltn detracts. BEREA Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING VOTING THE MO UN Live Stock 3t PORTABLE STOCK FEED RACK Fouwd f Ore at Convenience for Ue During Cold Months of Fall and WULr Who Mu) Saves Waste. It I dcsirblo to food rtoek let or yard, ns Ir. often the tao daHae lb fall and early wlntor, a OTtniW food ruck may bo ami similar U this shown In Iho nrcon-patiyianiHlralloii, ntul will b, fun ml to nave raotiKi feed to pay for tho Material ita labor nf making In a very lAort Bays n writer In the Kor framework ptoses Vtomeetnnd. af 3 by raasber urn best, while feneo hoimtn six Inthe wide are tlir brt A siweo of mntrrlat for boarding. h Hfoni ix kacho nbould bo left ia flhoo barns are not as expenalve Ct OA thosei for cnttlo. horsea, or hogi for the rlmplo roanon that tboy nood aot bo built for warmth. Ixt them bo dry and well vontilaUa and tho will thrlvo In tbe coldest of winter weather. That dnmpneea Is fatal waa amply dunionstratnd on a farm tar UadlMin, Wla. Tho owner to the university that hla nhoep woro djlnc, and that an ox nor I akould bo vent out to dotrmlno the Tjo Inatructor no sooner eaoiio. trtepped Into tho barn and Rot hla nhoen Qllod with water than ho Jumped back nnd Raid, "I know already, Tv'n lok lINS PEOPLE OPf What Are Yoar Totems? Ar yen not far advanced f Then enter the FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Her will be placed with ilbvrs llko yourself, under a special teacher, and maX most rapid pregreu. You will miitir Arithmetic and the comnca branches and bu ready to use them. You wilt have slnclns, drawing, fans aad household management, and free One year In tha Fotu dallon School costs less than V)0 and Is worth. J 1,000. Are you alnilug to bo a tcachct? Then Join the NORMAL 6CH00L, John Wirt .Dlnsmore, Dean. Here you will b mr trained that you wl fear no examination, and you will bs tausht how tsacti. Tho demand for Uerca trained leathers far exceeds tho supply. Ara 7m Interested la earning money? THE VOCATIONAL 6CHOOL3, Mile E. Marsh, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Business Course, Etc Here you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy clots? text-beck- telo-ihcio- berca lias the Traii.lny That What Arc Your Aims? Is Hcst For TOO. !, at thn men. board, up thn Hides nml Thin rack ran to cither planed un nm&erM or If rollers are Tho bam had boon hutU nainst a aldehlll nnd no nttentlon aid to tho dralnaKo. An n rrault, tho heavy thaw-Inof aprlni; cauaod thn molstnro to Jatit stx'p through ono of thn foanda tkm walla In stroama, cornrtt th Coor four Inchon deep. I'neMionla tiirm wiped nut tho flock In a vory nlwtrt lime. Khwp barns shimld not bo built on low or marshy tracts, hut on high clnvatod areas no that tbe water may drain nwny. They should bo not. In such n rranncr rut to form a windbreak nKnlnst tho prevailing cold wlnda from tho northwest. A yard rhotild alwnyn bn connectod with this windbreak, as nhecp should ho driven omI of doors every tlmo tho weather ff tur." t Dook-Dlndln- things In a auperlor manner. permit. Portable Stock Teed Rack. avnlltiMo they are better. In fnct, I bnvu tmmd tho wheels to lio tho most romvn'cst, nud Uiu wheels from J td blndvY truck uro very sultnblo lor thn purposo, bat ary kind of very eld becln will to all right. However, If thero arc no wheels iivulluMe, Jest maho It on matters and It ran be dntun from pluee to ptaeo wltboat mach trouble. Do not food nu tho gruead. Thin fall thoco racks will bo ottpvclally valuable, for thn fee' may Im Hhort auii thn need of anylng rrt'.ii. In muny placed. COMMON DISEASE AMONG PIGS Thuvnpa la Caused by Overfeeding aed Lack of Exercise Best Plan h to Prevent Disorder. ruv w. II. UNDIIIIWOOP.) Is a, common Tlimnpu illcwo ftnimiK rtw and la caused by over- ffKillcn and lack of exercise. Tbe la easily prevented by cnrefsl focdhiR aaai sese; that tho plpi get of excrela. Unless promptly itan.lt with wbeu pica aro flrrt hcIkiI, Hio dlfcoxo li pretty certain to barm thnn seriously. In qulto n number of hjstniwes thy die. Tho most prominent Indication of thumpH Im n jerky aiotlon at tho flanks In eonneetloc with te4r breathing, The nerve of tho dlphnigin aro affected, henro tbn fcrowWo la sometimes called spasms of Wio diaphragm. In some instances thero hi wheftlng. Tho affected animal uom loc thrift, nud even though tboy rpcover they aro morn ur lean stunted for a good lone time, McdlrlDcs cannot do iiinoli or arty pood for pigs nffected with Chumpo. Tbe belt plan la to prevent tho disorder, and Ihla can bu Jono by feeding uo mora than tho pips wlU rat op clean, and neo Hint they Ret oxorcW. In wlatcr pigs nro Inclined to remain In bed, ond In such canon It la vrcll to compel them to eiercl.Mi by otrwant; thoai about with n switch. dls-ttw- o pk-ntrfwbue-qncatl- medium brown. Tho blood that commingles in each variety Is Indeed of wldo range. In the production of the ll!ar.ks, Jlr. Cook, tho celebrated Knglish breeder and creator, U3ed lllack MInorcas, DInck Hocks and Langshans, from which by selection nnd careful breeding be claims to have o.volved the FEED BAGS FOR THE HORSE modem lllack Orpington. Tho ancesn try of the Huffs Is composed of Spangled Ilamburgs, Huff Cochins Adjustable Contrivance Shown In Illusand Colored or Dark lurking. In tho tration Is Easily Operated by process of selection nnu carefully matAnimal White EatlnQ. of tho abovo ing of tho progeny When tho feed In tho ordinary feed crosses wo may attribute the Huff bag gota too low for tho horuo to reach Orpington of today. An English auonaily, he cither throws bis baud nn thority Is responsible for tho stater mIi the hag on the ground to get ment that tho Whites are tho result of crosses between Whlto Leghorn, Wblto Dorking nnd lllack Hamburg, and that thu Spangled represent Old nngltsh (In mo nnd Dorking ancestry. considerations tho In economic Orpington fowl stands well. Where tho Btraln has been bred for egg production, tho hens hav "made good; ven-tilntlOol-de- Tbn ventilation intuit bo perfect. The fCliiK Kyatem hi probably tho most eoareiilfint yet dorlmtd, although many of tho homc-maddevices aro ttod. Them Is Junt tills about tho King system; It (alien noino men a lKUo lime before they aro able to rrssp Ita prlnclplca nnd get it to working Bucressfully. Windows are swedod fur proper lighting, n sheep ntli aot thrlvo In tho dark any moro thaa any other animal. In fact, will not thrlvo under lighting oondltlona found tolerablo by cattle Agnln, windows nro excellent na part of tha KytKcni If caro Is taken not to open them In such a manner that n draft in formed on windy days. DraJta are fatal to nlicep. o Jubilee Orplno'.on Cock and Blcslt Hen. As brcedr. go, tho Orpington classes easily aa "new," since Its hls'.ory dates only from 1890, or thcreaLouts. It Is an Kngllsh bird rated in Hint country ns n general purpose fowl, do olrablo nllko for egs as well na The four varieties arc Illaclrs, Huns, Whites, and Spangled. Color of flesh and nkln, In Illackc, fray; In all u other vnrlotlcs, whlto. Color of car-nascag-shnll- and Indeed, In instances individual flocks slnglo have made splendid records. Ily this is not meant that they exccll all other hen-fru- a breeds and varieties In this respect: aa a matter of fact, thoy rank with tho nocks nnd Wyandottcs la production. As a table fowl, however, they aro somewhat heavier, being of larger frame. The Black It a big, bulky bird, tho largest of tho varieties, and nlso the most typical of thn breed. Ita great depth of body, full breast, short legs nnd general blotky nppcaranco give a good Idea of Ita market value, though somewhat heavy In bono. The gray fie3h of tho Hindis somewhat detracts In American markets, where yellow and whlto carcasses aro prrfirrcd, a fault from which the other varieties are free. All fcir sorts aro rated as good sitters and mothers. No breed In the English class has bo lnrgo a vogue In the iar west au the Orpington, with tho nuffs, In th earlier development of Its popularity, decidedly In tho lead, with tho Dlacks a close second. Of later years, however, tho Wlikcs havo become decidedly popular, due to their exploitation by a few wealthy eastern breeders, who have strengthened tho Whites b7 careful handling, tbuo mak ing them moro productive, nnd also by popularizing them along cduca a Collego Course? Than tak two years or threo years In the GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francla E. Matheny, Dean. Tw years, or three years. In such practical studies as will fit you for an honoc able end useful lifo. You select your studies from such as these: Physiology the science of health; Civics tho science of government; Gramma' tho art of oorrect speech and Ethics the sclonco of rljha politics, law and general IntelllieDca; and wrong; Hlrtery necessary-fo- r Botany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady; rhyalc the science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc. Do you wish to prepare to enter Collcgo? Start In the SEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Franel E. Msthonjv-Dean- . Host training In Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. has Us own and Men's Dormitory, and a large body of students of high character and ability, able Instructors, and use at CollAro you desiring the next best thing to letter-writing; class-rooms ege Library and apparatus. Berea College The College ft self stands apart from all tho other school under Ita bx fieosier.l and has long maintained the highest standards known ui the South. 1o conform to tho Carncfjle standards we havo diminished c4ir former requirements! Required and electee studies with opportunity to conoentrsvtt) fcn particular L&boratorU Largest collcgo library tn Kentucky. lines. equipped for student practice. Courses leading to the degrees of A. B, JBV B, O. L, and D. Ped. MUSIC (Sinning Free). P.ecd Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, TheorjV Band, may bo taken for special feca in connection with work tn any of tha above schools. Questions Answered Ita afflllataeT Cerea, Friend of Working Students. Berea ColIege,-w1- th schools, la not a Institution. It requires certain foe, baft It expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit ot Its at dents, giving highest advantages at loweat cost, and arranging for student to earn and save In every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to the character and reputation of tho young people. Our students Come fro-thbest lainlllcs and are earnest to do well and improve. For atfy wh max be alck the College provides doctor and nurso without extra charge. All except those with parents In Uerca live la College building. baC assist In work of boarding hail, farm and shops, receiving valuable' trailing, and getting pay according to tho value of 'tholr labor. Except la vru ter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their tv penses. Write to (he Secretary before coming to securo employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc, vary with different people. Ilerea favors plain clothing. Our climate la the beaV but as students must attend classes regardless of the woather, warm Wrap and underclothing, umbrella and overshoes aro necessary. Ths tive Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrella other necessary articles at cosL LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost. Tho College ask no live, charging only enough room for tho fine buildings In nhlch rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding ao a week. Id the fall, towels. For table board, without coffco or extras, . and J 1.60 in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing ot 40 to 60 cents for each person. rn SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as Euarantee of room key. library .books, etc This Is paid but once, and 'la returnaa) when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care of school traUaV Ings, hospital, library, etc (Students pay nothing for tuition or service of teachers all our Instruction is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for meat students Is (5.00 a term, J COO In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 In Collegiate courses. PAYMENT MUST DE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by tho halt term. Installments are aa follows: Vocational Academy and Foundation School. Collec- and Normal. FALL TERM 3 COO 6.00 Incldental Feo f 7.00 E.60 IX Room 9.45 MS- MS Board, 7 week money-making prota' e tlonal lines In tho poultry pass. POST ANCHORED MANY CASES OF IN CONCRETE RABIES IN WEST Feed Big Hung on a Rein. the groin, sayn a wrllor In tho Popular In either case, much of Mechanics. tho food Is wasted. The Illustration Mhows n food-baboldor on the principle of a rein, which Quickly adjusts tho level of tho grain to the mouth of tho homo by a slight movement of bis hwul downward, Tbe sketch fully tbe construction of lac head- root nj'd iho ruin connection. s Much Looa ITuo Been Cauned to May too Satisfactorily Dono by Uvo Stock und in Sevcrul ScUtxux Ons.IIuUof Heavy Loculttica Pwopla Have Ilinao in Cement Bean BllU'ti. WlilloWct. Wood posts may be attached to conof n past year thero hnvo crete floors by setting one-hnbeen many cases of rabies In Kansas heavy hinge In tho wet concrete, al-- a and other western states which havo lowing sufficient length above tbo Eur caused much loss of Uvo Block and In faro to admit two of the screw holes, several localities peoplo havo becu Kays a writer In the Popular Mechanics. When the cement Is dry tho post bitten by rabid dogs. This is ono of the oldest diseases W. CAES. Kansas.) lf a lr t During tbo 5 besV-dtng- foe-retu- t ' SELF-FEE-D RACK AND SHED Ltvd -- Can De Filled With Hay, Straw or Fodder ao It la Eaten Can De Refilled When Desired. good tnan'a horro will not un- Cerrtand when he Is sworn at. Three or more vtottt poU uro ret 0 rowing pigs should rolTo. where long ti each oldo (us finnly as you with to It Ifi posalblo, ponio iHittcrmllk. In tho ground, maio Urn rhoa). TCoep tho young pigs out of the About alx feel rroru tno ground ooora 01 thorn a, clean, dry placo Ilk nny other bulldlnfr. drafts. j) nnd roof. to tleop. owlns a larso window to each end. In feoc'ng fnrm Htock variety la of ltilea Mnko tho feodJn;rack kyop tho hrofg1 tb center llko a V, tho npptr necei'eary, for this will keen. oimI of tho polcu rating on tho outfldo Shoop neud plenty of fresh air, and they eertalnly uro moro warmly clad Blied can bo filled with hay, Thk tlum wo uro. t rtrnur r fodder na fast aa It U Atl animals need plenty of oxerclco In tho winter to keep thoin In condition for tho sprlnf. Tho horses should be hitched up oc, casionally and put to Home !f only fur nn hour or two. Although hogs aro p'ovcrblally dirty nnliaa'.a, tboy enjoy clean drinking water us much us tho other stock. Uldd'lngs Is n vory good feed for r.wlno, but It should not form tho enRack and Shed. tire grain portion of their ration. Just bocauso a hog teems filthy, rrotn bolow. It settles down una tan U no sign that he likes to drink water bu rdfflod wheacver nucci.ary. Thin nurU l adaptablo to tho needa frcta n dirty, gonnlnfocUd trough. Lack of nttentlon to tho teeth of tho f fhei oattte aid other stock, us It provtdort ffood abeltur and makea, too, borroa often causo largo holes to apa covetvd ianur shod, for tho wmto pear In tho oat bin without visible repuflod ou will be trampled under foot turn. I'lenty of lieddlng' for tho horse and and lijr tlw tampvrlMS converted Into Iho cow Is na miro of a good return as inimuro. any other labor performed on tha farm. Profitable Farmlno-BtovOlvo tho colt plenty of cxerclso duryour farm with ull tho BfocR it wfll carry, aad feed well nnd you ing tho cold weulbor, und it will repay by steady wlU Imd that year by year It wilt jret you for your kindness A wi-rkg k CZJ Stock JMOTirS known nnd It wan described by Aristo- tle In season of tho year makes very little difference, as tho dteeaso Is Just as prevalent In tho winter ns In summer. This Is contrary to the Ideas of many persons who think that July nnd August, known as "dog days," Is tho only tlmo that doga are subject to tbo fourth century, 11. C. The 7V morti firM, will produco more, and, of cemreo, will carry moro utock, und year ly year your Incomo will In- crease, lu Fiuh the Plot-I- t u rnlFtiditt not to grow tho p!.'0 srapldly from birth to market. They should gain every pound possible ou tuo Anchoring a Poet to Concrete. 8.00 I 1J I C.00 7.20 6.00 can bo fastened to Its support with nhcrwlBO Inoculated. V.OO 9.00 J Hot weather, lack of water, or ill screws. Tjo lilnco can bo reinforced treatment will never In themselves by Inserting n pleco of rod Iron Into 23 J 122.20 (20.00 Amount due Jan. 3, 1912 tho bolo before tho ccmeut Is tnmped produce rabies. 9.00 9.00 M Board 6 weeks, due Fob. 14, 1912 in around It. Thn symptoms seldom develop in lees than 14 days after tho animal was 131.20 529.00 $31.3 Total for term Knowlcdflo In Dairying. bitten most commonly three to six $30.70 UUT T28.50 If paid In advance Tho dairy business callB for a grea weeks but they may not show from 6PRINQ TERM six months to a yenr. Not all unlmnls deal of technical knowledge, moro 6j 7 I 6.00 I 5.00 Incidental Fee than uny other system of farming. To bitten develop tho disease. It 00 M Iloom 60 uoinowhat on tho part of tho bo a good dairy mnu ono mudt II rat be 6.75 6.75 Board, 5 weeks a successful farmer. Ho must know body which was bitten. preserve them In man thero Is less danger if bit- how to harvest and 117.75 J15.75 lt.7 Amount due March 27. 1912 ten through thn clothing than upon properly. In addition to this hi) must (.75 6.75 Board S weeks, due May 1, 1912. tho bare parts of thebody, tbo faco know how to get tho greatest valuo being tho most dangerous. It is not out of tbuso crops. Hero Is whero ad124.68 522.50 IZSJM Total for term uncommon for tho symptoms to dcvel-o- n ditional knowledge In required In dairy124.00 MB If paid In advance f 22.C0 ing us compared with any other branch In lesn than two weeks when bitof agriculture. upon tho head. ten Plan Now, Come January 3d In cattle, they are prone to chaso Germany Loses Potatoes. chickens und dogs and occasionally ruu at iran, often falling down, with young man or young woman can get an education af lJiet year (ierniany lost 0.000.000 Any a t Itching of muscles, but ueldom tons of potatooH by decay and dUeuse, Berca If thero Is tbo will to do so. biting. nud tbo government has now oft-rU is a great advantage to start lu the Fall and have a full year ot conHorses nre moro vlctouo than cat- a largo money prtto for u method of tinuous study. Many young people waste tlmo In tho public school growth. tle, biting tbe manger, himself or any- prwrvlug ixitatnoa during the wlntur. largo over and over tho samo things, when thoy might bo improving aoeto to proveut hna by decay Choice bcovos nro extraordinarily thing within reach. t high and bid fair to reach record lis Treatment consists of the Pasteur and from disease. faster by coming to Ueroa and starting in on now studies with some f urcs tbe coming winter and sprluj process which must be taken before youi.t; men and women from other counties and Btatea. Mare With Colt the symptoms han developed. In month. Make your plans to come January (lit. Tho maro with the fa'l co:t intict order to be effeetlvo it must be taken In ynrdliiK' sheep, dont forgot For Inlormation or friendly advice write to the Secretary. very few dava after being havo. a good Oats, ration. constant supply of good fresh water wlthta a with n little lluseed-meal- , and ruck salt aro u noccesBity; also, bitten by a rabid animal. The "mad wiicat-brnn- . plenty of good fresh bedding, and al ton" Is of no use as a prevention bright hwuoI clover or o'tatfa bay, Ir of nrttlea. a good mlui uialslug ouu. ways e, dry lair. able-bodie- d ed g-Itlst-besmilk-makin- g rabies. Tho 'Jscasn is caused In nearly all casca by tho blto of n rabid animal, but It Is posslblo to contract rabies front tho saliva, tho tears from tbe eyes or tbo milk of a rabid animal. Tho rabid dog Is a eoureo of danger a few days before the symptoms of tho ill sea ao appear, hut In no cao before ho was hltton by a rabid animal or Amount duo Sept. 13, 1911 Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911 , ... 120.05 8.45 529.50 122.45 9.45 131.90 2J.4aV .4S 1Z. Total for term If paid In advanco WINTER TERM Incidental Feo Room ird, 6 weeks '$23.00 :1.40 D. WALTER MORTON, berea, k, PaRC Eight. THE CITIZEN. Msb Ly-dweeks, Is Blowly Improving Young left, Tuesday, for Heron, whero sho will bo in school for tho next six months. Miss Suda Powell mado a business trip to Richmond, Thursday. J. T. Corncllson Is very sick. Miss Stella Kindred of Panola Is visiting hex Bister, Mrs. Douglas Young. Mrs. Cotflold of Lexington spent tho first of tho week with her mother. Mrs. Boen. Mr. and Mrs. Curt Parks, spent Wednesday, with their son, Willie, at Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lain Hudson loft, Monday, for Mlddlctown, Ohio, where they will mako their future home. Mr. and Mrs. May Lain wcro tho guests of tho lattcr's parents, Saturday and Sunday. Green C. Powell made a business trip to Berea, Saturday. Miss Ethel Law no n is spending tills wock with her aunt, Mrs. Geo. Moody. Mr. and. Mrs. Chas. Azblll of Richmond aro spending this week with .Mr. and Mrs. Alex Axblll. la January n, 1912. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else B temipn4 piMUhta tltMd 11 la fall It not tor publicities, bit tMbc Ij tit until. Uitt. Ike Mirt ! toed Write plainly. DON'T FORGET YOUR. NAME nnn would think that tho last thing a person would forget would be his nnmo and possibly few do really forget their namo but thoy aro not lew that forget to attach their sig nature to letters, correspondence, etc, Wo havo thrco pages of good cor respondence this week from SOMEBODY and from SOME WHERE, but no name was signed and tho post mark on tho envelope was Indistinct. Of course this SOMEBODY will bo very much disappointed when hla news Items fall to appear, but tho only placo we have for them Is tho wasto basket. And wo havp other moro serious Last examples of this negligence. week wo received an urgent order to havo a subscription discontinued, but whoso it was wo haven't tho slightest Idea for there was no namo not infrequent signed. Another occurrence Is to rcccUe letters with money In payment of subscriptions. In most of these cases letters havo como later Identifying the money and we havo been able to glvo credit. These Instances are given In order to show the Importance of signing one's name to all letters or other matter sent thru the malls. Pleaso Bee our directions to correspondents at top of this page. Wo can't accept corrcsiondenco signed, "A Header," as we havo many readers and It would bo hard to discover that particular one. OARICO Jan. 8. Wo aro having colder weather at present than wo havo experienced for setcral years. Carlco, Tho snow Is 10 Inches deep Mr. Mat Woods' cow ato Ivy tho other day and was very badly poisoned Hugh Hurley, James Hurley and Ilollto Shelton were tho guests of Chas. Lear last Sunday. Tho wlfo of Dan Shelton died, tho fourth of this month. She leaves, a husband and babo who hnvo our deepest sympathy. W. F. Colo is In very poor health at S. It. Roberts has returned from Livingston where ho has been having tics taken. Mrs. Angelina Cunagln is very poorly lately. Mr. Boston Durham killed a largo wild turkey last week. Undo John Shelton is In very poor health. Dan Lucas, K. E. Nichols and John Burnani took a nlco drove of cattlo to Richmond last week. David Lear is planning to movo to his new residence an soon as tho weather will permit. Is great talk In this community about a new railroad that Is expected through Jackson County. Success to the Citizen and Its many pro-Bi- Ho was burled on his own land at n family burying ground. Ho leaves a wlfo and several children and a host of friends to mourn his death. Tho shooting rwns near whero Mr. Gabbard accidentally shot and instantly killed himself some, years ngo with a doublo barrel bot gun. Pcoplo should reallzo that pistols are dangerous and should not bo carried. Bornlco K. Todd visited Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Stephens, Saturday and Sunday. Bculah Vlara has purchased d threo calves from Garfield for T2J. Garfield says ho Is going to Illinois. Dink Thomason and famlty of Ohio are visiting Mrs. Jano Thomas of this place. C. Thomas has gono back on the railroad to work after trying tobacco work a few days. Mrs. Vcrglo Hamilton and son of Illinois who havo been Cab-bar- COURIER - JOURNAL FOR 1912 COURIKK-JOURN'A- You cm not keep posted on current political events unless you read the I. Henry Watter.on, Editor) ( Louisville, Ky. - THIS PRESIDENTIAL YEAR TIIK TARIFF You can get will be the issue and the battle will be a hard-foug- one. Weekly on J Courier-Journ- al THP TITI7FN al f Both al 1 , vcar tor t 50 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY weather still continues and roads aro very bad. Mrs. M. Lcfcr sold her property to Dock Clark for $300. Miss Ida Mulllns of Mulllns Station was here, Tuesday, on her way to Mt. Vernon. Several are attending court at Mt. Vernon, this week. Mr. Willie Scott called on friends at Cooksburg, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Clark visited D. M, Singleton, Sunday. Grandpa Smith who has been ill with pneumonia Is ablo to bo out again. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Singleton, of Sidney, 111., wcro among tho visitors here, Christmas. Mrs. Flora Bales of Etaway, Tenncssoo, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Hcttlo Mason. Jonas Proctor moved to the Mrs. William Saturday Wednesday. property, and Sunday are regular church days at Maplo Grovo and baptizing will be held at 9 a. m. near tho County bridge. Miss Martlsha Singleton has been Blck for the past two weeks. Miss Pearl Durham, who has been staying with Miss M. T. Singleton started for Illinois, Monday, to make her future home. Orlando, OllLAMIO Jan. C Cold visiting tholr friends and for the past two weeks started to their homo last Saturday. II. E. Bullcn of Scaffold Cano has his new barn almost completed. II. E. Northern and son, Ben, of Rock-forwho havo been to seo Joo Northern, who has been very sick, havo returned homo and report him some better. Mr. and Mrs. P. Lln-vllMartin havo recently moved on J. F. Sims' farm, vacated by Mr. EgniiB. J, W. McCollum nnd family havo moved back to their old homo near Rockford Mr. and Mrs. Jas. hnvVS recently Gulnri of Rockford moved to J. W. McCollum's farm on of Rockford d, lo is $1.00. We can also The regular price ol the Weekly Courier-Journin combination with TIIK make a special rate on Daily Courier-JournCITICKN of $4.00. If the Sunday Hdition is wanted $2.00 must be relatives added. To get advantage of this cut rate, orders rauit be seat to The Citizen, Berea, Ky., not to the Courier-Journa- l. readers. PRtTETT Scaffold Cane. Mrs. J. R. McCollum of Scaffold Cane was lu Rockford, Tho Editor. sure to read "Tho Skyman" which starts in Tho Citizen next week, Bo JACKSON COUNTY ISAACS. Isaacs, Jan. 5. We have been having plenty of rain and tho creeks havo been very high. Everybody seemed to enjoy Christmas and very little whiskey was used In this vicinity. Mrs. Mary E. Purkey spent the past week with relatives at Pig-to- n Hoost. Tho neighbors met at 0, P, Davis's, Sunday, at II, q, Davis's, Monday and at Dan Allen's, Tuesday, holding a series of prayer meetings, which were much enjoyed. The meetings were conducted by Itov. J. G. Allen. Mr. and Mrs. David York were called to Berea to attend the funeral of Mrs. York's father. All were sorry indeed. to hear Privctt, Jan. 0. J. D. Spurlock is doing a hustling business with his saw mill. Isaac Bowles' school closed, last Friday, with a nlco program with music and also a nice dinner served on tho ground. Win. Dunl-gan- 's school closed, last Saturday with a nlco program. Victor Madden, who has been at Lexington for qulto a whllo, is visiting homo folks. Dave Carr has moved to Sand Gap. We aro sorry to glvo them up. Luther and Isaac Bowles left tho first for Berea and Frankfort, whero they will attend school. Nora, Chester and Ever ett Jones and Sherman Spurlock vis IlISrUTANTA ited at L. J. Peters, last Saturday Dlsputanta, Jan. C A very sad ac- night. Miss Mabel Hill made a busi- cidont occurred hero New Ycar'B ness trip to Burning Springs, last day, Sebee Croucher shot himself week. Old Granny Simpson Is very accidentally and died Wednesday. poorly at this writing. Henry Gray left, tho first, for McKee whero ho will attend school. KKKHY Thursday. CLAY COUNTY IIUIINIMI HI'KIMiN Burning Springs, Jan. C Mrs. J. U Rawllngs gavo her son, William Frost, a most delightful Christmas party. There was a tree and all th'i gicd things that go with bucIi Joy- f occasions. Thoso In attendance vrro Sylvia and Marcus Maggard, Al Lucy, bert and Lewis Robinson, Neva Besslo and Ora Jones, Lela, and Elva Webb. Fannie McCrcary, Everett Murray and Gladys Rowlings. A largo number of our young folk left for Berea last week. Wo all wish them much success. Dr. Wm. II. Hornsby nnd Miss Hill, a trained nurso of McKce, ore spending their Kcrby Knob, Jan. KNOH 7. Grandma BAD PRAYERS By BRANSON ALCOTT Gay-har- t, I hate the prayer o loud and long 1 da not like to hear him pray Knob cemetery. Marco Combs died That's offered for the orphan's weal, On bended knee about an hour, By him who ier him crushed by wrong, Jan. 1st, from tuberculosis of tho For grace to spend aright the day, And only with his lipt doth feel. Who knows bli neighbor has no flour. lungs. We extend our deepest symI do not like to hear her pray cf Robt. Johnson's death, as he onw pathy to friends and relatives of the I'd rather see him go to mill With Jeweled ear and silken dress, Oran and Besslo Click lived near here. We extend our sym- deceased. And buy the luckless brother bread, washerwoman tolls all dav, pathy to his bereaved family. Tho went to Berea, Tuesday, to enter And see his children eat their fill shed. Whose then is asked to work for (ess. And And laugh beneath their humble entertainment given by the O. E. S. school Hiram Williams and family Such pious shavers I despise; f at tho Masonic Hall at Annvllle, was have returned from Illinois to make I do not like to hear him pray, With folded hands and face demure, "Let blessings on the widow be," enjoyed very much. A nice dinner their homo In Kentucky again. FlosThey lift to heaven their "angel eyes," home, to say, was served In the Hall. There was sie Click found a screech owl In tho Who never seeks her And sleal the earnings of the poor. "If want o'ertake you, come to me' tree at the K. P. Hall parlor stovo yesterday. Sho said it a Christmas I do nut like such soulless prayers; on Moores Creek, Christmas at 1:00 was the first black owl she had ever If wrong, I hope to be forgiven o'clock p. in. Mrs. Angellne Truett seen. It had come from tho roof down No angel wing them upward bears; been visiting friend through tho piping. M. M. Brough of Berea has They're lost a million miles from (heaen.) and relatives here, Mrs, Tlllle York j ton was In this part last week on returned to business, and Miss Susie Watsoh GKAYIIAWK their respective schools, Monday even and Gray Hawk, Jan. 7. Last night holiday vacation by visiting friends ing, Dec. 25th. A. J. Casteel, Our school closed yesterday with a Mr. and Airs. R. E. Taylor were tha there was a snow fall of i Inches. Yesterday was about here. They went to Oneida last treat for tho children. guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Davis, It Is tho biggest snow In ten years tho coldest day of tho winter so far. Wednesday and were much pleased meeting with some of the coldest weather for night. The Wednesday tho school there. Tho K. P. Wlll Obastocn has been sick for with at J. W. Davis's, New Year's nlgh.t 20 years. J. B. Hall of Lexington somo time. Undo Garrett Bowles Lodge of this place has sold the old conducted by Rev. G. W. Johnson, was in town one day last week on Lorlmer College building and grounds Is building a new barn, W. S. Shearbusiness. Tho Christmas tree was well attended. at er Is preparing to begin work on to tho County. Thoy will build a Gray Hawk went off nicely with no ANNVILLK commodious homo soon for his new house. Lewis Gadd caught neat and Annvlllo, Jan. 0. Wo aro having drinking. Thero were many llttlo headquarters. Mr. Hurley, who a fox tno oiner uay. iuo itsuuu their Smith on some very cold weather this week. hearts mado glad by tho nlco pre- - meeting at Clear Creek church lias has been a tenant histho family out a sents given out by Mr. and Mrs. De- homestead, has moved Frank W. King has accepted been changed from tho third to the position with a railroad company al Young. Charley Robinson, who shot near London. Samuel Hacker will Sunday. hie foot so badly is improving very first Paris, whero bo will remain this iiiovo to Dr. Webb's farm soon. uocKroiiD entered the Harrison Thompson winter. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Rader slowly. It id thought that his big have been visiting their friends and toe will havo to bo amputated beRockford, Jan. 8. Wo are having army recently. Mr. D. B. Robinrelatives horo for a few days. They fore ho gets well. Circuit Court very cold woathor at this placo with son, Prlnclpul of schools, visited friends In Manchester last week. will go from hero to Louisville whero begins at McKcc, quite a lot of snow. Sebron Crouch1XUBLKY er, of Scaffold Cano, accidentally shot Klbert Hubbard now occupies his near Mr. Rader will enter school and finish Hurloy, Jan. 7. A ton days' meet a business courr.e. Miss Fannie Cashimself, Monday. Jan. 1st, and lived ly built cottago In tho grove. Mrs. very sick with ing closed at Indian Creek last Sun- uutll Wednesday. His 38 special fell Joseph Rawllngs has been suffering teel, who has Icon typhoid fever, a veil enough to be day, with six additions to tho church. from the scabbard and discharged, much from an attack of tuberculosa. Wm. Lowls of Hydcn, who died reThere is much sickness in and tho load going through tho arm and out again. Wo are all pleased to around this neighborhood Winter passing through the liver lodging cently, had mnny friends about here havo Miss Tracy back with us again sympathize with the deeply and hopo sho will soon bo entirely has begun at last with a snow from somo where near his left shoulder Alfred Truett and family, U to 8 inches deep. W. M. Bailey recovered. from Berea, havo been visiting their sold 100 bushels of corn to a Mr. many friends and relatives during Cornet of McKco for $100. Jesslo uud Christmas. Those who took supper Link Farmer are building a chimney at the home of Miss Mattio Medlock, for Joo Williams thin week Mr. Tuesday night, were Mr. and Mrs. W. and Mrs. Gcorgo Hlllard will return A. Worthlngton, Miss Marie Zwemer, to their homo at Wyatt, Mo., next Mr. and Miss Allen who have been Sunday, after a thirty days visit at visiting at tho Worthlngton home, this place. Mr. and Mrs. Jako GabIt may cost you just a little more to have TIIK LEXINGTON fur the lubt week. Mr. and Mrs. J. bard, Jr., aro planning on going homo with Mr. Hlllard to stay until next HKRALD visit you each day than it would for some other A. DoHollauder, who have been VisW. M. McCollum traded iting their relatives during vacation, summer. daily papers, but would you not rather have your own home horses with I. R. Hays at McKce news in addition to what you get from the other daily and pay mado their return today accompanied by a lady teacher for the Primary and got U to boot. Circuit Court that small added cost. will begin at McKee, Monday, Jan. room In Lincoln Halt Academy. TI I K 1 LKXI NGTON HKRALD is the leading daily ol the Lincoln Acadmey opeiiB, Jan. ith, 8th. Amos McCollum of Double Lick Uluk Grass. It gives an accurate market report, covers the with uu enrollment of at least 15Q lsitcd his brother, George, last Suntobacco market,, sales, etc., keeps the farmer posted on the Ben Gabbard is visiting his to begin with. Mrs. O. I. Rader and day. condition ol crops in his own and surrounding counties, gives sister, Mrs. T. L. .Morris, at Fogger-towchildren were visiting relatives ut full reports of races, base ball and all other sporting events Clay County. Mrs. W. Isaacs Egypt last week Dau Gabbard from and the general news of the world local and foreign. of Birch Lick visited her parents, McKee will attend school here, this Mr. and Mrs. "Pal Gabbard, Tuesday winter. The Christmas trco and enFor ONE YEAR A Special Rate Is Now tertainment at Lincoln Hall was night. The Dickson brothers are doFrom Date : : On for THE HERALD :: very nice tho decorations being beau- ing somo work for J. W. Hurley, tiful and old Santa remembering this winter. ovory one with a nlco present. MADISON COUNTY L. G. Eversole und R. L. Rawllngs, Kingston, Jen. 8. Charlie Powell, G, P. Johnson and Steve Clarkston KENTUCKY were calling on the inerchauts here, who has been In tho P. A. C. Infir-mu:: :: LEXINGTON at Richmond for tho past two this week. age 93, died at tho home of her daughter, Mrs. Lafe Williams, Dec. 21, and was laid to rest in tho Kcrby f:imlly for the loss of such an In- FROM ARKANSAS kluentlal man. James Dings of Tcg'-Hartford, Ark, Jan. 1, 131'.' shot and killed his neighbor, Perry Dear Citizen nnd Readers: I have been reading a fow J.'ombs, while tho latter woa apologletters ising for shooting near tho former's from others who havo In tho past house during the holidays, It Is boon In school at Ilerua and who Mr. Combs was a very would enjoy a fow more years in farmer and will bo missed. bchool there. Itlsxs and his accomplice uro lu Berea Is certainly a splendid school the County Jail. Ijist Sunday lh as all who go there are willing to Lnlon S. S. of this placo had an elec- testify. tion of officers. Tho following were I hnvo been hero two weeks with elected: Supt., J. S. Rawllngs; Asst. my brother-in-laand sister, Mr. Supt., Miss Haagen; Sec'y., S. II. aud Mrs. F. L. Hacker, who havo The bovn and aro dear lovers Webb; Treas., Carl Rawllngs. of Berea, teachers nro, Mr. J. L. Rawllngs, Mr and who Intend to return lu tho fall Sara Rawllngs, Mm, D. II. Robinson. term of 1113 to finish Normal. Mrs. Lucy Rawllngs, Mrs. Llndy Rlc, Arkansas has a milder climate for Mary Miss Clarkston nnd Miss winter than Kentucky, at least this Haagen. The attendance Is very urt has. However, 1 cxect to get good. Tho Y. P. prayer meetings lire very anxious to bo in Kentucky and lull of Interest and well attended. hear one moro sermon In my homo church by Rev. Hugh Bowling. When GARRARD COUNTY he preaches all who hear htm would PAINT I.ICK. be glad to hear tho very Paint Lick, Jan ".Mr. nud Mrs. mon In thu very same way. same serf Ellas Wallace were tho guests Wishing much success, Mr. and Mrs. R. 11. Sopor last week I remain, Gabfrom Friday till Sunday. O. L L. P. Hcnsley. bard, who has been sick with rheuIs able FROM NEBRASKA matism for thu iit month. to bo out again. Tom Eden, who Ell, Nebraska, Jau. 3, 1912. sprained his kneu some time ago, Is Lvar Editor Faulkner: My subscription expired about well. Gib Gaffney and daughJuly, j, ter, Maggie, of Villa Grovo, 111., were 1111. I am enclosing check on Tho visiting friends and relatives here Farmers Bank of Estill County, Irlast week. Mrs. Sophia Nunn is vine, Ky., for 3.iu to renew und very sick at this writing. Thomas my subscription to Jau. 1st, Crutchvr Is very sick at this writing. 1.H3. Hubert, the llttlo son of Mr. and I am reading with deep interest and Mrs. Calo (Julnn was operated on admiration jour editorials on vital topics iiertaltilug to Kentucky conul-tlonlast week to have his feet straighten ed. Ho Is doing nicely. Justus PonYour fairness to both sides ut der and family who have been In u question aud yuur boldncb for the Illinois for the past two years have truth ou such questions aro moved back to Kentucky to make I hoo these truths will their homo. Sunday School at burn luto tho conscience of the peoBaptist church at 2:30 p. in. ple and "bring forth fruit, meat for Everybody welcome. We havo a )ho Master's use." snow ubout 7 Inches deep. Luck to Sincerely, Tho Citizen. W. D. Smith. a pros-Iierulk-n-ex-Us. y. Wal-lacct- ESTILL COUNTY Thurs Locust day, Jan. tth, tho wedding between Rice Winkler and Denia Logsdnn took place. Tho bride and groom will they go at oncu to Kansas where will make their luturo home. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. lllckucll guve a very delightful turkey dinner to a number their frleiids, last Sunday. Jack , of Lunsford has returned from Hamilton, Ohio. Miss Huttle Juhmon aud Mrs. Warford visited Mrs. Campbell, last Friday night. WAOKHNVILI.K LOCCST 1IUANCH Branch, Jan. 5. On EN EMI ESl rj T H E ll AT Wagersvllle, Jan. 8. Mrs. A. E. Scrlvnor Is ery sick at prcbent. Wo iiiu having somo very cold weather. Farmers aro fllllug their Ice houses, tho Ice being threo Inches thick. Miss Anna M. Wagers Is tho pleasant guest of Miss Katherlno Wagers this week. Flnley Peters was tho guest of Messrs. Robert and Joo Wugers, Miss Sunday and Sunday night. Kuto Wagers enteitalned a number of friends Saturday night and Sunday. -- Mioses Winnie and Kato Moons were tho guests of Miss Mary Wilson, Saturday night aud Sunday. Gentry Spivey was tho guest of Robt. Flynn, Sunday. A. B. Kelly Is on tho blex list. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR The Best Is Always THE CHEAPEST : FROM ILLINOIS Tho editor la lu receipt of a letter from Mrs. Martha McGulro of Green Valley, 111. Mrs. McGulro wub former- n, $5.00 THE LEXINGTON HERALD CO. ry ly Miss Martha Durham of Sand Gap, Jackson County. Sho Is tho daughter ol J. R. Durham nnd sister of Mr. James Durham, former student of L'erea und teacher In the Foundation School last winter. to Illinois, Mrs. Botoro moving McGulro was Tho Citizen's correspondent from Sand Gap for u number of years. Shu now writes that sho has been without tho paper lonn enough. Sho writes Interestingly of tholr now homo and soveral community matters. A neighbor of theirs, Mr. J. D. Phillips, u largo stucl. holder In tho Green Valloy Bank, Is a candidate for tho Democratic nomination for Governor. Sho also announces tho marriage of Miss Hesslo L'arton who was formerly a teacher In tho High School at Richmond, Ky., to Mr. P. T. Thomas, "Various authorities working for our government have reported as minimum estimate that tho pit causes an annual loss In this country of no less than 1100.000,000," Is tho startling statement of W. F. Cooper In Technical World Mugazlno for December. Surely those who read Ibis timely arllclo will agree that there Is one animal, at least, which ought to be exterminated. Let thoso who are waging war on tho cat as a possible dlseaso breeder turn their attention to tho rat which Is tun thousand times more dangerous tn our health as well as a direct enemy of our wealth. Says Mr. Cooper: "Of natural enemies of tho rat, tho best known terriers, and the common nlley cat too often a disturber of siuuiucrs ucscrvo tho highest conu. mendation. The better this use jttft? the often despised cat is undcrstsjp tho sooner will efforts be mado To conserve lilm, Instead of efforts being made through legal measures for his destruction. Persons ulso seeking new and profitable fields of endeavor could not do better than take to thu breeding of tho fox, Scotch and Irish terriers, for as soon as tho valuo of these animals Is learned, no one who has tho best Interest of his community at heart would think of owning any other dog. If people will havo dogs, here Is a suggebtlou for thu best uud most useful Kind to have. They uro worth their keep. Tlio 'flying cat,' as somo Frenchman has named tho owl, Is one of the chief destroyers of the rat in tho rural districts, but too often tho farmer has put forth tho utmost effort In trying to exterminate, this useful creature. From a money point alone, ho lu far more of an asset than a liability. Our Dumb Animals, To Break a Dottle Evenly. Soak a pleco of Mrlng In turpentine and tie It around the glass Just whera you wish the break to come. Thon All tho glass or bottle up to tho point with cold Water, and set tiro to the string. The glass will map all along the heated line. All Must Share Burdens. Tho whole community must bear with common resources and sacrifices tbe common burdous, not the least being tho burdens of the moat poor and most weak.