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FAULKNER, Manager Knlirtd at t tfl-offit- UERE.A KY t at flrrm, Ky., u trcmd Hat Devoted to tlie Interests of tlcie Fivo cents a copy. $rm citizen !M!o-uuntQi- ii Knowledge Is power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge ii to read a good newspaper. People Ono Dollar a year. No. 20 Vol. XIV. BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 11, 1012 CASH BASIS For the Best Men's Shoes Men's Suits Men's Shirts Men's Underwear Men's Hats Men's Trousers AND Men's Overcoats SEE R. R. COYLE BEREA, GET READY KENTUCKY For somo limti the stockholders of Tho Citizen have been debnt. tho matter of adopting tho cash basis for subscriptions, nnd along with it tho policy of stopping nil subscriptions 1 tho end of tho time paid for whether notified by tho subscriber to do so or not. Ar in nn editorinl, n few weeks ago, tho arguments on both sides of tliis question wero being neighed, nnd tho result is that wo aro authorized to nnnounce that 110 more credit subscriptions will bo received, and Hint ns soon ns proper notification can bo made, or about December 1st, wo shnll begin to stop subscriptions on expiration. Thore nre four good reasons for this change in policy: 1. It is much less trouble to handle n cash subscription nnd less costly from tho standpoint of ollico or ngent's work. 2. Even if our subscription, list should bo somewhat smnller, thn receipts will no doubt be larger owing to tho fact that soino few people subscribe with 110 intention of paying, and others who aro at the time well intetilioned nnd perfectly honest, do not pay, tho cost to us, of tho endeavor to collect, iu many cases, being much more than tho price of tho paper. 3. On the credit basis it is necessary not to discontinue so 1110 subscriptions after expirntion, nnd, if some, then nil. Consequently the pnper often loses n year's subscription, tho subscriber failing to realize that hu is both legally nnd in honor bound to pay if he does not notify the ollico Mint ho wishes his subscription discontinued. 4. "I'ny oh you go" is the best policy in every line of business, mid it works as well for tho buyer as tho seller. Aud there is tho least reason of all why it should not apply to the newspaper business. In letters to all of our subscribers who nre in arrears we have recently urged that they get on the pnid up list, anticipntii)g.tho time when wo should adopt this new basis, and the responso to this has been generous, so that the number of our cash subscribnrs is constantly increasing, while the unpaill list is dwindling. We hope by the end of, tho month to have nn altogether pnid up list. Wo urge all subscribers, therefore, to look at the date on the of their Citizen to see if they nre on the pnid up list, nnd if not, to remit ns soon ns ponsihlo. The Citizen goes to press this week on Thursday morning, November 14th. Any subscription, therefore, with tho (Into previous to November lfJth, 11)12, is on the unpaid list, nnd there is due us one of two things n notice to stop or remittance for tho new year. JtiR 11 st ad-dre- SEE CHRISM AN FOR STOVES Exclusive and RANGES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS agent for "The Foster Line" Cut Rates on Comforts and All Wool Blankets "THE FURNITURE MAN" UNITED STATES NEWS IN Cruisers Dispatched to the DardanellesPoliticians Sugfeett Cabinet for President Elect Wilson "Uncle Joe's" Days are Numbered Four States Join the Woman Suffrage Column Hooper Has Made Good President Taft Rallies Defeated Forces. WILL PROTECT AMERICANS . So serious is tbo war situation In tho Balkan region that tho United States government Is hastening crui to sers Tennesseo and Montana Turkish waters to protect American OUR OWN STATE TAFT FOR WINTER TERM 8tu-don- ts A VICTIM Kentucky's Cabinet Timber Health Board Exonerated Miscreants Wreck L. & N. Train Kentucky's Republican Vote New Trial for Dolan Pellagra and Hook Worm Allied. KENTUCKY CABINET TIMBER Tho Winter Term of Heroa College opens .on Wednesday, Jon. 1. buouM bo on bend If posslblo on Monday or Tuesday, but It Is not advlsablo for them tc conio beforo FEW CHANGES IN ELECTORAL VOTE LAST that time. Tho attendance iu all departments lias been growing very rnpldly, and last winter a good many students had to bo turned away for lack of accommodations. This year Bomo new buildings aro under construction, and bo will houses several dwelling equipped for uso of students. It 's very Important, however, for all that nro Intending to bo hero to cngago rooms In ndanco. A momenfe tbouKht will show that It Is Impossible, to provide accommodations for an unlimited number of students on short notlco. All who' Intend to bo hero for tho Winter Term should wrlto Immediately, nnd send Ono Dollar for deposit for reservation of a room so that wo shall bo suro they aro really coming. I shall bo glad to correspond nnd answer questions. Cordially your. D. Walter Morton, RcCy. Berea. Ky. INTERESTING ITEMS WEEK'S FIGURES CALLY CORRECT PRACTI- - Wilson Gets Illinois snd Roosevelt will Probably get California. Tho electoral vote, according to returns lant wock, Wllccn 431, Roosevelt 85, and Toft 15. During tho week these figures havo changed Mlghtly, and two or three states aro In doubt. Xotnbla cbangee wcro that of Illinois from tho Roosevelt to the Wilnnd son column, and Minnesota tho Michigan from tho Wilson to Roosovclt column. In Tho Citizen's summary Taft was given Wyoming, the but later returns places It In Wilson column. Tho figures now as definitely ns can bo ascertained ore by states as follows: Revised Electoral College Table Roosevelt Wilson Taft. 12 .. Alabama 3 .. Arizona Stato Arkansas California Tblc week our columns aro full of Colorado tho latest news, Including Hint f Connecticut tho Electoral Vcte, nnd of tho War Delaware In tho East together with the various Editorials cu tho first and llorlda Georgia second pages. I'ago two rocordb u great movement now on foot for tho Improvement of conditions foi children all over tho .. (Doubtful) 9 C .. .. .. .. .. 4 7 3 6 . H Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa .. country, Tho article, Tho Knrtner-Teacbe- r. Jindcr Our Teachers Department on o pngo thrco Is of special Interest; tho article, Wash Day Mndo Easy, pointers on tho saino iago gives well worthy of notlco. Farmers should not fall to read pago seven, isioclnlly tho two articles, Holing up tho Vegetables, and Caring for tho Calvco, which deal with very Important topics In a very practical way. ul-b- Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Malno Maryland .. .. .. .. .. .. ,29 10 13 .. Massachusetts Mlchlgau MlunoBota Mississippi Missouri 'Montana .. .. .. 10 13 10 6 18 18 .. ., .. .. .. .. 10 IS 4 Nebraska Nevada X. Hamp'ro N. Jersey N. Moxlco New York N. Carolina N. Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE I'AQE FIRST Editorials Kentucky News World News United States Nows. PAGE TWO. ., .. .. .. .. .. .. ., ., .. .. .. '8 3 4 14 ... .. 3 45 12 6 24 being between flvo and Democrat SQUARE ten thousand. It Is thought that PatFor nearly fivo months Stato Instho pector Goodpaster terson will fall of election In has been giving United States Senate. tho Stato Board of Health a thorough CAD I NET MAKERS BUSY Investigation and announces that tho .. Gov. Wilson's .troubles havo begun, accounts balance to a penny. General European War Feared An- tho different factloca In his party Tho Inspector shows that the Europe other Mexican Revolt Dept. has cost the stato loss Likes Woodrow Wilson Ambassa- presenting a slato for his cabinet. Health Is than flvo thousand per year for iho The clamor for nn extra session dor Bryce Resigns. thlrty-thrc- o years of its existence. also pretty loud, but tho presidentEUROPE THREATENED WITH During tho Incumbency of Dr. J. N. elect so far maintains a discreet silALLIED ARMIES INVEST CONSTANGENERAL WAR ence., saying that his first word will McCormlck, who has bcen connected Tho situation In Europe Is becomTINOPLE years, Dopt for twenty-nln- o ing lntenso over tho Balkan War. Tho bo his official announcement, and with tho . that ho proposes to bo a good list- on nggregato of $138, 15h.U has been Salonika Captured by the Greeks-Diplom- atic six great powers aro In two camps, ener. Ho has declared now for a va- - expended. tho trlplo alliance (Germany, Circles Stirred. Contlnued on page five Continued on nge Five nnd Italy) being opposed Another week has passed, and by tho trlplo entente (Franoo, Great tho Turks havo met with noth- Brltlau and Russia.) Tho trlplo al15 ing but rovorses. Tho allied armies liance Is Inclined to favor Turkey, 12 havo back withtheir .. in tho pressed dofonsDufoeo Constantino- Iwhllo tbo trlplo cntento Is y more outer of to tho allies. Austria-Hungarple, thus cutting off Adrlnoplo and a leads on tho part of tho alli.. few other ganlsoued places from .. connection with tho Turkish capital, ance, her grievance being that she cannot allow Sorvia 'to havo an Adrand all means of succor. Repeated iatic port. dispatches havo been received, which . ANOTHER MEXICAN REVOLT stato that Adrlnoplo has fallen, but Mexico Is threatened with another to sec us about your Roof. Winter will be here havo not confirmed, soon. Orders are coming in fast. The price ot .. thesenot thought been tho garrison tho 'revolt, this tlmo Gen. Trevlno being It is can suggested for provisional president. that steel is advancing rapidly. Tlie Heat Time is hold out many days. Tho Zapatlst outlaws favor tho inRight Now. Drop us a card in order to get you Salonika, n Turkish stronghold In with Mr. Taft than History did the popular majority at tho polls, and its verdict will not be long delayed. Blameworthy as he has been in some respects, the fnte that has overtaken him was not deserved. There will be n revision of the popular judgment ns to him nnd it will be tempered by knowledge and sympathy. Somo revenges that appear to bo successful are dearly pnid for in time. As President, Mr. Taft will leave a record of many triumphs and He has been a constitutional n single conspicuous nnd fntnl blunder. mngistrnte, governing by law and not by caprice. He has given us tho grentest Supreme Court since the days of Marshall and Story. He was thn first President to enforce the criminal clauses of the Sherman law. Ho has urged the reform or judicial procedure. He has powerfully supported the cause of arbitration. He has worked for reciprocity, lie has suppressed jingoism. He has promoted e reform. He brought about the corporation tax. He has hnd regard for economy. Mr. Taft'g stumbling block has been the tariff. He signed the Pnyue-Aldricbill which he should have vetoed, and he vetoed the uou.partisau bills reducing tho cost of living which he should have signed. No doubt ho deserved punishment for these errors, but not at the hnnds of men calliug themselves high-tarif- f Republicans, not at the hands of States liko Pennsylvania, not at the hands of industrial oligarchies like Hhode Island. Judged either by his virtues or his mistakes, here is a President who has met unmerited humiliation. Defeat was necessary and inevitable, but only by treachery and ingratitude could it be made so overwhelming as to amount to a stigma. We believe that nn informed and charitable public opinion will presently transfer this reproach from the man to the system. The man will be remembered for the good that he has done. The system, of which he has been the most notable victim, will be destroyed. New York World. civil-servich will deal much more Hjmpathetically citizens. UNCLE JOE DEFEATED to Undo J0.0 Cannon succumbed being the landslide last Tuesday defeated by Frank T. O'Hatr. Uncle Joe Is called tho "old gray wolf" In Danville, 111., and It wa3 thought that ho had a lifelong job at Washington, but ho will probably never return to Congress after tho coming session. Former Gov. Beckham was mentioned at tho Baltimore convention as being worthy of cabinet honors. 01-James, who has bcen very active in tho campaign, Is also said to bo looked upon with much favor by tho President elect Urcy Woodson, Judgo Alex P. Humphrey, Judf Samuel Wilson and J. N. Camden aro tho other Kentucklans whoso names are mentioned in this connection. The L. & N. WRECK fast train known as tho "Florida Limited" crushed into a carload of steel standing on a switch at Bedford, two miles south of Paris, Ky., about 10:30 p. m. last Friday. WOMAN SUFFRAGE VICTORIES Tho engineer was killed outright, Whether women should bo given upon tho fireman badly scalded and severthe right to vote was passed Tuesday In five states with an affir- al passengers severely shaken up, mative vote in Michigan. Oregon, Ari- somo sustaining serious injuries. Investigations show that tho train zona and Kahras, and a negative vote Intentionally, as tho Wisconsin. Thero aro all told, ten was wrecked in states in which women have tho same switch light was gono and thero wcro evidences that tho switch lock bad tight at tho polls accorded to men. been broken with somo heavy instruHOOPER In Ten- ment. Gov. Hooper was nessee. His majority over MacMIUan, ACCOUNIS OF HEALTH BOARD. MORE LOSSES WORLDJEWS F0R TURKS NOW IS THE TIME I Editorials. Child Welfare Conference. PAOE THREE Our Teach oru Department. Homo Courso In Domestic Sclenco. 10 6 ,, 38 Pennsyl'Ja Rhodo l'nd S. Carolina S. Dakota TVnncssoo Toxas Utah Vermont .. G 9 Sermon. Sunday School Lesson. PACE FOUR Locals. PAOE FIVE Chlldrcns' Column. .. .. 4 4 .. 12 20 5 ., Kitchen Cabinet. Thanksgiving Proclamation. PAGE BIX Virginia Washington W. Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming .. .. ., 12 12 ., 8 13 7 .. .. 418 77 0 Serial Story. PAOE SEVEN Totnl Doubtful Wyoming 3 Intensive Farming PAOE EIOIIT Eastern Kentucky News. California 13... Continued on page five '.Macedonia, was captured by th' Greeks the 8th InBt., crown Prlnca Constantino receiving tho surrender of tho 25,000 Turks, and parol ing them until tho end of tho war. This Is tho most nctablo victory accredited to tho Greek contingent, and Is of as much Importance to them as tho capture at Uskntl to the Serb ians. Thero Is great rojclclng thmout tho nntlon. A Greek governor has bcen appointed, and tho king has gono to visit tho captured city. Early accounts contain reports of tho slaughter of tho Christians by tho Turks, but theso havo been dented. There havo also been persistent imports f n reign of terror In Constantinople, tho Turks being charged with tho massacre of foreign f Continued oil I'tgt Fire j troduction of tho gulllotln as a means of making way with their poli tical opponents, on'our list. EUROPE PLEASED Europo In general Is pleased with tho election of Woodrow Wilson la3t Tuesday. London papers speak in high terms of tho president elect, with expressing sympathy whllo Pres. Taft and In a measuro Justifying Col. Roosevelt's courso. In Ber lin the success of tho Democrats Is balled with delight Paris Is also pleased nnd predicts a successful ad- Berea School of Roofing HENRY LENGFELLNER, Mgr. ministration. AGED DIPLOMAT RETURNS tbo The British Ambassador to United States, tho Hon. Jas. Bryce, and has tendered his resignation, will soon return to England. Mr. Bryco Is held with high esteem in both countries. We have the goods the quality of workmanship and the right price. $5.00 per square for a roof worth $6.00 to $7.00 is cheaper than $4.oo for a roof worth only $3.99. Just like your Galvanized fence so your Galvanized Roofing will rust if you get the cheap kind PaRe Two. ... TTTTJ I flTnrV! I November, i. 19 12. Mi The Citizen A mm TO Will GET RID OF BLUES I fimlly newspaper (or all thit It flf ht, true and Interesting. rnblLhrd erery Thursday at flerea, Kjr. J, BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Incorporated) p. Fautknar, Editor and Manager. Subscription Ratoa rAYAM.lt IN ADVANCK One Year All Month Three Months . . 60 M e or lUpteas Money Send money by Order. Drift, Reglterel Letter, or one and two cent stamps. The dte alter our name on label shows to what date your subscription la paid. If It la not chained within three week after renewal notify ua. Missing number will be gladly supplied If we are notified. Liberal terms (riven to auy who obtain new subscriptions for us. Any one sending us four yearly subscriptions can receive The Citiien free far himself for one year Advertising rates on application, urusit or KRNTUCKY TRUSS ASSOCIATION. CHEWINGGUM A few weeks ago wo had an edi- WE ARE BEING MADE. In one of George Mncdonnld's books there Is this fragment of conversation: "I wonder why God made me," said Mrs. Fabur. bitterly. "I'm sure 1 don't know wliero Is the use of making me." "Perhaps not "much yet." replied Dorothy, "but then he Isn't done with you yet He Is making you now, nnd you don't like It" Dorothy's philosophy, could we get It deep Into our hearts, would greatly of November 21 at 8 o'clock and lasting ten days tho public will have an help us. spit. We must learn the lesson that the opportunity to Judge of the vastness problem of this life Is not in escaping of the undertaking. The exhibit will FIGHT DIRT! IF YOU WOULD BE hard and painful things, but rather In be held at the armory and will be open getting out of such experiences n res- dally from 10 o'clock In the morning SUCCESSFUL ignation which should make the heart until 10 o'clock at night with the exception of Sunday and Thanksgiving In the current Issue of Farm and gentle and the life sweet We. must learn that we are not made, day, when It will open at 2 o'clock In rireslde n contributor writes about but only in the process of making. , thn afternoon nnd remain open until the material value of cleanliness on Therefore we ought not to complain 10 o'clock at night a farm. Kollswlng Is an extract: at the strokes of tho chisel that Is fash-- . Scope Comprehensive. I "Tho clean pigsty oh, pigsties can lontng us. Everything that relates to the child, bo kept clean; my father raised Cain A recent writer tells the legend of and through tho child to the parent, Tho will be dealt with. To epitomize tho Diamond." If tho piggeries ou his farm were "Tho Complaining allowed to get dirty conduces to rough stone cries out under the blows exhibit It will consist of screens, movhealthy pig mothers and pig children. of the lapidary: "I cannot understand. ing pictures, live exhibits, model Why should I sutTer In this way?" Tho "Clean stalls for horses make lapidary replies, "Wait; what thou dairy, model tenement, free clinics, model dining-rooand kitchen, dirty horses look better and sell better. knowest not now tbou shalt know here- and clean barn, model playground, A clean stall makes u better horse. I after." demonstration of the work done at the "Go to tho Tho farmer And out of all this camo the famous School for the Dltnd and the Babies' get dirty which Koblnoor to sparkle In the monarch's Milk Fund will have a booth which who lets this placo above all others should be kept crown. will be In charge of a trained nurse, Tho Master of Life holds the mallet where mothers can leave their babies, clean, tho farmer who compels his own cows to wallow in filth, is a and bo clips nway what Is necessary to and where fresh pure milk will he prograro his own features on the stubborn failure. Ho has difficulty selling his stone. Wo feci only the sharp edge of vided. The conditions and needs of Kenmilk. Ills cows do not keep In conditho chisel. tucky children will be Bhown In the tion. Ills hired man, he himself be(let us say it reverently) following sections: Health, schools, the Even God comes slouchy and slovenly and carecannot raako character in a day. child and the law, settlements and eduWe complain of his slow making of cational movement recreation, Indusless In other worli. If he has to milk cows in a dirty, filthy stable' Dirt us because we forget It takes tlmo and trial conditions, moral and religious much fashioning for the finished work. life, country life and schools, philangets Into bis blood. The young man makes a failure. He thropy and homes. "Wo learned long ago that chicksee that it may be the making Five hundred volunteer "explainers" ens do fifty per cent better Jf the cannot of him. One may succeed too easily ' working In r shifts will be Is kept wholesome, if the and quickly. One may fall to learn bis ... . I. - . .1.1 am I , well drilled in the particular branch - it I. chickens are given half a chance to 11 ur lu suutT luu rvuuu MUlimiiUUB, they are to elucidate and will give any keep themselves as clean as they Is, or his work. Information desired. would do In their natural wild state. AH who have succeeded permanently The officers of the Kentucky Child are trying to cam have suffered tho blows, the grinding, Welfare Exhibit are: Mrs. Morris BelkThe chickens tho polishing which the Koblnoor had nap, president; Mrs. Alfred Drandlcs, money for us. first vice president; Mlis Elizabeth "Then tools. The plow thickly coat- to undergo. We aro being made. Walsh, second vice president; Mrs. L. ed with rust is a dirty plow. The And to all of us there Is the teaching mowing-machin- e permitted to stand of Dorothy's philosophy and the com- W. Thompson, secretary; Dr. Anna unprotected In the open or half plaining diamond. We who are older Louis Strong, director; Miss Adele protected in a shed which Is falling bear upon our cheeks and brows the i Brandies, assistant director. Various committees and subcommitdown, when not In use, gets rusty; marks of the chisel. Sometimes the' tees have been work Ing In their deand sometimes partments and tho results already acstrokes were delicate and no amount of oiling and greasus complished ing can put It back In as good con- sharp. They wero needed to make have been extremely gratifying to those In charge. dition for business as it would be It what wo are. It Is God's slow process. It were properly housed after mowMuch Detail Involved. What we may be doth not yet aping la done." The tremendous amount of detail pear, but we know that the band of the Artist and the pattern are Divine. work attached to such a stupendous undertaking can be grasped only faintMight Be flood Ida. ly by a visit to the headquarters In Kxtlnctf It li distressing to think of the the Armory. The only handicap thus What dm become of the waste of time and money, and someboy of whom It was claimed far encountered Is the very serious one time temper, which could be avoided ? There of money. The New York Child WelIf education In housekeeping were that be wm double-Jointerecognized as a part of the school bm4 to be one In every aolghborfcooa. fare Exhibit shows cost $100,000 and wero visited by 250,000. The screens Topak Capital. curriculum. Exchange. cow-barn. I I I hen-houfour-houd torial on ugly habits, but did not by any means exhaust the list. A habit that Is said to be pecular to Americans, and which lowers them In tho estimation of cultured people of other countries Is the chewing gum habit toolu habit, as It used to bo called. This habit has become so notorious with American women that It Is said Londoners pick them out as they go In small or large companies along each tho streets, and exclaim to other. "There go the gum chewers." In some portions ol tho country and In some towns this habit Is more prevalent than In others. It Is not an uncommon thing In tome places to see women, plrls, and little children coming Into church late, busily engaged chewing a cud, and they may somo times bo seen to catch tho gum between their teeth, and pull It out In thin strings In order to attract particular attention, or Is it to increaso tho flavor? On trains the cud chewing habit Is very common, no trip for a shorter or longer distance yielding Its due amount of pleasure, unless the mother and all tho children are well supplied with chewing gum. And the habit Is even known In schools, and prevalent In spite of all injunctions of to tho contrary, and regardless the composition of tho stuff chewed. It is an exceedingly ugly habit but, never of course, only a man who has befouled his mouth with tobacco, and soiled the floors, the hearth, the flro place; and tho sidewalks with to his besmcarchlngs, can afford squeal. Ono can bo more nearly detent chewing gum than tobacco, for the gum chewer docs not have to a Sure Oure to Drive Them Away How often do you open your cy-lu tho morning upon n day whose outlook seems really too discouraging to bo faced, when tho whole world and seems a mixture of lampblack bluing, when jour friends are viewyour ed with a Jaundiced cyo and lamlly seems sadly in need of reformation, when tho nlr you breathe seems laden with microbes and tho sunlight is filtered through n cloud of woo and your thoughts about things In general are unfit for publication? What is tho matter with )ou? between What is the difference yourself of yesterday and yourself of today? "Oh, well," you say, "I've got tho blues; that's what's tho matter with me." And you assume the air of ono who walks alone, shrouded lu your own excluslvo Individuality; tho laughter of the light hearted pounds nnd ribald In your ears, and doom are despair and canker and grief your portion. In such a state of mind how disgusting to be told that your blues aro only a poison generated by your emotions and highly Injurious to your tissues if you persist in them. "But you how can I help being blue?" whlno. "It's a condition of tho mind."' "Not at all." says the scientist; "K'h a condition of the body. You have eaten Imprudently, or you have missed your regular exercise, or your meals havo been Irregular. None of these? Then you havo been under the Influence of some emotion of angfr or worry. Don't you know that a continued Btato of hatred will profoundly modify tissue nnd all physiological functions? Don't you know that the ptomaine generated by hatred Is one of the deadliest poisons known to science and that on the ether hand, tho cheerful emotions are nutrltlvo and healthily stimulat' ing?" of To uso the actual langungo the science, "tho primary cause of Power DISPLAY TO COST MANY THOUSAND EXHIBIT AND CHILD WELFARE CONFERENCE AT LOUI8VILLE NOVEMBER 21-3- PROGRAM Child Welfare Conference I tmrn s WARREN MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. f f T3 BE HELD IN BIG ARMORY Far The Redemption of the Young of the Present Generation 'and Future Generation Great Meeting Will be Held. VI 1hc rcmrwn carmrot rjt drjcac. The Kentucky Child Wclfaro Conference and Exhibit designed for the ultimate redemption of tho children of Kentucky, even until tho third and fourth generations and primarily designed for tho reclamation of these children of the present generation, will be held In the commodious First Ilegl-merNovember The exhibit proper will bo In session ten days. The conference will bo In session three days, November and tho conference will be held In the Warren Memorial Presbyterian Church, corner Fourth and Uroadway, ono of the most convenient meeting places In Louisville. That the child Is father to the man Is the belief of those back of the Child Welfare Exhibit, and to give the child at least an even break for health, lib- 21-3- NlVvcr use it used there were used In Chicago, nnd In addition $50,000 was expended. Their efforts were awarded by an of 410,000. Exhibits have been held In Kansas City and Northampton, Mass., and are to bo held In St Louis and Montreal. Then Kentucky Child Welfare F.xhlblt has secured nearly $4,000 so far, but much more Is needed. Donations may be sent to the Kentucky Child Welfare Exhibit at the Armory. Tho Child Wclfaro Exhibit has been of accorded the hearty tho Hoard of Health, Hoard of Tuberculosis Hospital, various charity organizations and the churches. Statistics have bocn.looked up. Information of technical character furnished, reports on local conditions In various branches have been submitted and tab ulated nflcr being verified. Tho varl-ous committees totnl 230 men and j women. Hut, ns Is usually tho case where committees arc appointed, a few active spirits do the work and the others come strong on the suggestion end. That the workers, the real work-era, havo been unremitting In their ct-- j forts Is shown by the splendid results ' it Armory in Louisville, S BavaaVaVaVar. 1 7 I rfc ounvin t w&i kt ' I?" THIS LITTLE PIG ( to .' flu? tittle child ...I. Itl.lUV 111.311 !... MVW , tlhls i little erntel little thilct tlocrs achieved. blues may bo vested In somo weak or diseased organ of tho body which Ihis j cJyJ'. mMcntllowplamfS 'Tins one held CHILDREN TO ENTERTAIN of school children, and gymnastic exhibitions, kindergarten and drills and athletic contests by the Hoy Scouts. Y. M. C. A.. Y. M. H. A., the Turners, and many other organizations, will take place In tho Central Court every afternoon and evening except Sunday. Free moving pictures on Child Welfare will be given afterChoruses folk-game- manufacturing ptomaines." The mary cause may be In the mind from social, domectlc, financial or religious causes, but in the will alone may the euro for the blues be found. Since our bodies are under the control of our wills it is only necessary to direct the will to drive out of consciousness any disturbing emotion or conviction, and the bodily state corresponding to it will nt once bo driven from the body. Ex. Is prito Sg tj9W , tapv, for hours , - .r- - Monday Morning, November 25, 10 O'Cloek. Prof. II. ' lluntoon, presiding. In Ilolat on remarks by tho Chairman. "Foods and Discussion J. Itowan Morlson. to Infants' Mortnllty."-- Ur. opened by Mrs. Lctchworth Smith. Dr. J. A. Stucky, Blindness In Kentucky." Ky.; Miss Linda Novlllo. Lexington, Ky. Discussion opened by the Chajrman of tho meeting, Prof. II. IJ. lluntoon. Monday Afternoon, November 25th, 3 O'clock. . J. H. Marvin presiding. and Sex !yglone."--Dr. John (J. Trawlck. and Child Welfare."-- Dr. Discussion Education and Hygiene." Chas. O. Ulrtwcll. opened by Mrs, P. II. Semplc. 3. Monday Evening, November 25th, B O'Cloek. Mrs. Morris 11. Ilolknap, President of tho Exhibit and Conference, AdOpening Address by tho Presiding Omccr. presiding. dress, "The Community's Obligation to Its Children." Dr. E. T. Uevlne, New York, Morning, November 26th, 10 O'Cloek. 4. Tuesday "Education." Prof. T. Y. Coates, Frankfort, Ky., presiding. A "Problem of the Rural School." Subject presented by Presiding Omccr and Prof, llarksdalo Hamlet, Frankfort, Ky. Discussion to be opened by Mrs. Chas. P. Weaver, Louisville. Ky. Subject presented by II "The Wider Uso of the School Plan." Discussion opened by Mrs. Cora Miss Pauline Wlthcrspoon. Wilson Stewart, Morchead, Ky. 6. Tuesday Afternoon, November 28th, 3 O'Cloek. "Recreation." Her. Maxwell Savage, President of the Conference of Social Workers, presiding. A "Public Outdoor Play" Mr. Graham Homeyn Taylor, Chicago, Illinois. 11 "lAca Situation With Reference To Dance Halls." Miss Ruth Saplnsky; Mr. James Yunker. Ocneral discussion on "Recreation" orened by Mr. Graham 11, Taylor, Chicago. Evening, November 26th, S O'Cloek.. 6. Tuesday Rev. Anullla VTobb presiding. "Tho Public Health; How Wo Aroused the State of Louisiana." Dr. Oscar Dowllng. Stato Hoard of Health, Louisiana. Discussion (o be opened by I)r W. E. Grant, Health Officer of the City of Ix)ulsvllle; Dr. J. II. McCormack, .Secretary of the State Hoard of Health. 7. Wednesday Morning, November 27th, 10 O'clock. "The Child and tbo Law." Mr. Roger N. Ualdwln. 8t Louis, presiding, Measure, and What Probation X "Probation as a Reformatory Means." Hy presiding offlccr. Discussion opened by Mrs. Cora M. Ilaln. Night Chief Patrick Rldgo. H "The Street Child at Night" Judge S. J. C "The Work of the Hoard of Children's Guardian." lloldrlck. 8. Wednesday Afternoon, November 27th, 3 O'Cloek. "Dopendent and Neglected Child." Presiding. Dr. Hastings W. Hart. Russell Sage Foundation, New York. Opening Remarks by Presiding Ofllrer. Children's Home Society." Mr. A "The Work of the Kentucky Geo. L. Sebon, Louisville. "The Institutional Care of Children." Mr. O. E. PfouU, Miss Elizabeth Walsh, Mia Mattlo Priest. Mr. Chas. StrulL Discussion opened by Presiding Off1. Lex-Ingto- n H-- "Scx icer. 0. 4 ill all cf ll vm 'ci u J in j fxw !hr. lie 4vl rrjfhi k 'srxrKXiff. cuiMi ' crty and pursuit of happiness Its aim. The purpose of the exhibit will be shown "What we are doing for children; what wc are not doing for children; what we ought to do for children." The Kentucky Child Wclfaro Exhibit organization has been In existence since last January, but Its work has been so unostentatious, so quiet so unobtrusive that few realize its magnitude and scope. Hegtnnlng tho night noon and evening. On Friday evening and Saturday afternoon, November the Historical Pageant given in Central Park In May, 1911, will be lepeated. Tho directors and managers of the Ixmlsvllle Exhibit havo been preparing for their great task since the National Child Iibor Association held Its annual convention In Louisville last January. The enthusiasm and Inspiration aroused at that time has been productive of such excellent results that Dr. Strong unhesitatingly asserts that the Louisville Exhibit will bo the most enjoyable and successful In the history of tho cntlro movement. Mnc has secured the services of 600 young Louisville girls who are studying their various parts and will devote their full tlmo during tho week of tho exhibit to explaining tho various exhibits and giving Information and guidance to visitors. 22-2- Wednesday Evening, November 27th, 8 O'clock. "The Delinquent Ohlld and the Home." Mis Sophonlsba P. Breckinridge, of Chicago "The Modern as Compared With tbo Obsolete Institution for Children." Dr. Hasting H.Hart Russell Sage Foundation, New York. COMMITTEE MEMBERS It A. McDowell, Mra. IL A. McDowell. D F Murphy. Krmnet O'Neal, Mlsa Frances Hlinpsoii, Chesley Bwann. WmmWm 11 nit f llr 1 V H I' I THMfjOPIi. WILL KM' .v. B tfta1:'tlJt "HB-nutfnn- i' hvi.vuuivu ataaVtatt t GREAT SCHOOL CONVENTION. In connection with the Kentucky Child Welfare Conference and Exhibit, two other notable conventions will be held in Louisville: the Child Welfare Conference pro par will bo held November 25th and the Exhibit will conThe tinue until November 20th. Southern Educational Association will hold Its annual convention at Louisville, beginning November 28th and continuing three days. It Is expected that one thousand southern teacher Mrs. will attend this convention. Charles C. Weaver, of Louisville, hai taken advantage of t,he Southern Educational Association and of the Child Welfare Conference, which will be In progress at that time, to call a convo cation of school Improvement workers, the first ever held In the world. entertainments. Miss Pauline F. Wlthcrspoon, Chair- SOME OF THE PEOPLE WORKING II1HT1 Miss Caroline Allen. T. K. Illshop, Miss ON CHILD WELFARE EXHIBIT. Caroline II. ItourcnrJ. WV F. llradbury. Miss Klliabeth Itrrvkenrtdce. W. l llrown. Mra. Hluart It Cecil, U F. Dltt-mMiss Kmma DolllnKer, Mlaa Clara Well Known Kentucklans Enlisted In Kltrh. II Fratee. Mlaa Nannie 1'rayser, C Isaac, Powhattan W. James, Efforta for Betterment of CondiT I. Jefferson. Carl Joerachke, Carl J tions for the Child. Kroh. Clifford It, Martin. W. II. . Chester McDowell. II. K. Mlsa Madie Nate. Mrs. U. I" Phillips II llyon. Mlsa Jan 0 Pfouta. Tho following are a few of tho many Wyinond, Miss Kmma Woerner. committee working to make the great Homes. Child Wclfaro Conference and Exhibit Mrs. Harbour Mlnnls;erod. Chairman at Louisville, November a sucMra Alex llarrett. Dr. Leo liloch. Miss cess: Alrxlna Itmith. Mra. (irad.ly Cary. Mlas KUIe lleiner. Mra. Leonard Hewett, Mrs Hospitality. ...Mla Humphrey, Mrs. Howard Lee, Mlas Mrs. 8. Tlirustun llallanl. Chairman. Caroline llb, Mra. Fred Levy, Mlsa .MarMrs. (lllincr S Atlanta, 1'rtrr tee tini Mitrtln. Mlaa Busan Morton, Mra. Mrs. V. II. CHlI.ihan, Mrs. Attllia Clmrlia Wolfe. Cox, Jr.. (leortte Dunfnrth, Sirs. UrorKe Sub. Committee Housing Conditions. li.inforth. Mm Oscar Kenley, Mrs. Ham-m- l C HrnnlriK. Mra. J. II. Juilnh, Well-aMiss Amy Urandela, Bluart Chevalier, W Knott. .Mr. Hlchanl V. Knott. W J Gammon, Mra. Geo. Gray, Miss Miss I.ucle Norton. Mra. Mutt O'Dohrrty, Helen Itoblnson, F. A, Bampson. Mra. Frederic A. M.ickrtt, Mr. Jrflrraon 1). Stewurt, Moral and Rellfjlouo Life. It. c Dullard Thruston. Thomas C. TlmLerlake. Mra. Thomaa C. Huston Quln. Chairman. iiuiuFriAKe, aits, jumea uosa Tooa. JudL-Hamue.1 J. Itoldrlck. Itev. U. O Poote. Mlsa Nannie Frays er, Thoa. I' Prooram. Gordon, Georce Mays, Itev. GeorKe A llernnrd Flexnrx, Chairman. Joplln. Itev John Utile. II. K. Montague. Mian Jennie M. FUiner, II. II. Mackoy. Uoaalls p.irgny, Mlsa Madeline It J Mcllrjde. Dr. Maxwell Bavuce, Mra. Mlsa Grover Hales. l'atty 11, tiemple. Philanthropy. H Place. I'. II. Callahan, Chairman. Mlsa Frances Ingram, Chairman. llruce llalJeman, Dachtr. John Anderson, Mrs. Alex llarret. Ml' Lucy turret, Mra, C. Ferguson llrown, Installation. Mra. J. J. Caffrey, Mra. 11 K. M. MaxOeo. flray. Chairman. J. II. Alberta. Jr.. Alius lMna Dolflncer, well. Mrs. Will Newman, Miss Annie JumeH 11. Keller, Henry Klnuber, Cluude. Itlchnrdaon, Geo. L. Behon, Mr a. llernnrd Matlurk, C. C Uusley, Cha. tinted Wil- BrlllKman. Charles fitrull, Mra. K. 8. Ta chau, Jamea Yunker. liams. Publicity. Th Child and the Law. D. II. Good. Chairman. J. V. litckman, Desha Ilreckenrldse, Leon P. Lewis, Chairman. Jamea F, Iluckner, Jr., Father Ixiula Dep. Mrs. Cora Ilaln, Judge B. J. lloldrlck, pen. Louis Dltmar. H. J. Duncan-ClarMra. N. A. Courtright. Julius lllld. Judge A. It. DunUp. Miss llortense Kleiner. W. P. IJncoln. O. K. Pfouta, Mra. Kmma Miss Miriam Ualnes. A. II. Lipscomb, Mlsa (1. Btarr, Judge Mulr Welaslnger. Cleo Inir, Joseph Umtcatreet, A. T, Country Life and Schools. Charles Neumeytr, Mlsa Helen Itandolph, Fred Bchwenker, Harry HumProf. T. J. Coalea, Chairman. mers, f C. Underwood, Urey Woodson. Mr. C. V. Weaver. Vice Chairman. F C. Dutton, Versailles. Ky. Mra. Cora Ways and Mtane. Wilson Htewart, Morehead. Ky.: CommisChaa. W. Allen, Chairman. Ky.. Ueo. Ilabcock, Thruaton Dullard. Alfred sioner J, W Newman, Frankfort, Mlsa Fred Mutchler, Howling Green, Ky.; Urandela, Mr. Wm. Morgan. l.lrta Gardner. Carlisle, Ky.: Mlsa Jessie Health. O. Yancey, Maysville, Ky.; V. It. Jayne, Dr. It. E. Tuley. Chairman. Cutlettsburg. Ky.; N. U. Hummack, Dr. It. M. Allen, Dr. I'lillllp B. Harbour, Ky.; Mlaa Luclle Grogan, MurC. Ilenedlct, Dr. Florence ray, Ky.: President Henry Darker, LexMlas Jennl Urandela. Miss Lllla llreed. Dr. W. F.d ington. Ky.; Hupt. T. Ilarkadale Hamlstt. Grant, Dr. Delia Ilertsch. Mlsa Mary I rankfort. Ky.; Prof. Mcllenry Ilhoades. Luton, Dr. J. Itowan Morrison, Miss Linda hrankfort, Ky.; J. II. McFerran, LouisNeville, Mlsa Klliabeth Hh&ver. Dr. J. A. ville, Ky.j Mlsa May Btone, Illndman, Btucky. Dr. J. D. Trawlck, Dr. Ap Mor- Ky.; It. L. McFarland, Pres. K. U. A . gan Vance, Dr. Annla Veech, Dr. Dun- wwtnsooro. kv,; yy. D. DOda, Mayneia, ning B. Wilson. vy.i winery unite. Howling ureen, ny.i Mlsa N. O. Falconer. Lexington. Ky.: Jay 8choola. O'Danlel. Loulea. Ky.: Prof. J. L. Pllken- E. O. Holland, Chairman. J. M. Aatherton, Miss Klliabsth Ilreckenrldse, Principal l;. I. Chapln, Mlas Djirrfstnwn Uv ie l rtv1a WllMums. Louise Deltz. Mlas Mary D. Hill, J, It. burg, Ky.j Orvlll J. Stivers,' Loulavllle, McFerran, Principal D. L. Held. Mlsa Ida Itudolf, Jamea Bpeed, Principal B. II. Tlnsley, Mlsa Paulina F. Wltherspoon. Industrial Conditions. 8 SETTLEMENT WORK, Mr R P. Halleck, Chairman. Lafon Allen, Mia Harriet 12. Andtraon, Believing that boya and girl gain Mra. Harry Illshop, Albert B. Urandela. Mlsa Adele Urandela. Mrs. If. L. Hurt, new and broader views through social Mrs. Robert Horner, Dr. Julia A. Ingram, gatherings, working clubs and wholeDr. Georja A. Itohertaon. John Bchneldtr. Settlement and Educational Movement. some books, the directors of exhibit Mr. John Little, Chairman. doMiss Kllen D. Galney, Mlsa Mary Oatea, will show what the boy scouts are Mra. Krakauer. 11. C. McDowell, Mlsa ing, as well as activities of social set' Louise Marshall. Mis Fannie Itawaon. Moments, the work ot the travelling Mlsa Hutu Baplnsky. libraries and will provide a model Recreation. Fred Levy. Chairman. children' library room where children Arthur Allen. Fred J. Dreiler, V. II. Knlshard. Mlsa Victor Knglehard, Wil- visiting the exhibit may read and bare liam Jloas, Carl Gartner, Bum D. Jones, their "Story Hour." r. 1 Ie ' 21-3- ' Ath-rtu- e Ilea-gr- r, d. November 14, 1912. THE CITIZEN. Page Three. OUR TEACHERS' DEPARTMENT jgfoovt jglcrmoiu FOR A Conducted by Prof. Charles D. Lewis clothes In the holler. Kerosene Uled In small quantity In the cold water In (Coniliiclnl by (lis National Women's which clothes "nro soaked makes tho Last week I took a trip Into n lla- - school for farmers somo tlmo during ClirlatUn Ttmprrance Union ) washing The succens of launlOOOQOOOOUOOOOOOttOOC tnnt County to attend n Farmers' tlio winter. dering nl-- i depi-iiion the kind nnd Not knowing tho community,! wo need thnt young man dupll- Institute. Now amount of sniip nurd, For wool and THEME: CimtSTtANITY'8 CHAL- - ALCOHOL IS BANEFUL POISON and knowing tho attltudo of farmors, cntcd In about ten thousand comsilk nrtlelrs lite only a good white too often, In regard to meetings of munities throughout Kentucky. Tln-rLENOH. soap tontnlnhig very little nlknll or While It Furnlhei Temporary Heat ., u. d , . .. unCertnln nB to tho Is not pay enough In country school acid. Hot li theso chemicals have an and Energy It Eate and Destroys Injurious effect ou silk nnd wool. numher of pcoplo wo would meet on teaching at present to justify a good BY DR. JOHN H. WILLEY. Tltiuei and Organs By EDITH C. CHARLTON, makes woolen garments yellow, our arrival. A drive of 21 miles sopa- - man In giving his tlmo to tho work, In Charfe of Dome. tic Economy, lows mnkes Uio fiber harsh nnd less elastic. "A truo food will yield heat and rated our railway station from tho hut If tho teacher has a good small Text: St. John xlvMI. "Believe The fiber of wool Is composed of numany harm to tho or- - placo of meeting, so It was nrar- - farm, and knows how to run It upon State College. eneigy me that I am In the Father; or be- - ffftllfl nnAwithout berless sections, or sheath, each with . llftailpa nf flio limlv Atrnlinl. ' Inn hvalvn .trim, wn fn liln t.t blnltt n aAln.. , ft . t..nla llm . ..... na moro or less Jagged edges nnd each lleve me for the very works sake." while It yields heat and energy, acts tll0 vlllagn wlcro tho Incotlng was tho school and tho farm, will mako Copyright, 1310. by Amtrletn Pnu one growing out of the other. Thcso fit ri n nr,. ' ... hnlunt. Till of bo .1 him Allocution. " to held. Quito to our surprise, and ,. not merely a good living, but sheaths form a tube which, with Its . . ...u. .uuuno. jib is ma innco spokcii cun lenno hiuch iu uur juy, wu uw uukkii-b- , wnni is lar mora important, n ruunco I.Ui: .Monday" might loso somo ragged edges, explains the reason for of Jesus Christ to Ills own age. 11a Diluted nclds roughen tho wagons, norses nnu pcopio in plenty, to invest His nro In a way mat will of Its terror for the nvorago shrinking. is willing to roit Ills caso hero In and water nro mixed together In wool fiber; strong nclds disintegrate It. family If the weekly wnshlng tho church whero tho Besslons count for tho very most. succeeding agos. Ho makes Ills nbout equal parts, tho mlxturo will bo-all were changed to some other Chorldo of lime Injures tho fiber even Somo think that it Is not possibla appeal to tho facts; tho workman Is como very hbt. This acid will also wcro held wns woll filled within a day. Stcitni Indened rooms, odor of If cold; used hot, the fiber Is destroyed. corrodo and 'eat up' Iron. Suppose, few minutes after It was known that for n man to do two things nnd do to bo Judged by tho work dona boiling suds, an untidy house from Ammonia lms the least Injurious nonow. that an engineer should adopt dm sneakers hnd arrived AnMInq nf Ciw rim n .ir.l-each well, but I know that It is. A iin kitchen to attic nnd "pickup" meals tion on wool, therefore Is the most sat",nn with sulphuric ncld across tho wall of his neighbor's stu- - !!' out- - man can bo a farmer nil over whllo Bh0rt nd(Ircg8 Aftcr ft isfactory ngent for cleansing It. all day, combined with the accumuladlo nnd said (o nn attendant, "Show ' Silk Is n strong, elastic, lustrous doulining tho" work of Uio nfternoon, all on tho farm, nnd Just as Intenso n tion of duties nnd cures since SaturW" this to your master when ho asks .V? wero Invited to "Dinner on tho teacher when In tho schoolroom. day, niaku Monday n disagreeable day ble fiber.- - All nlkalles net upon It, ac. wuo nns oeen nern. rno sirnigui ground," mat Joy of tho country com- - Will ho carry tho spirit of tho farm for every one. hoover established cording to the kind, strength nnd temlino of Christianity across tho cen- person, this would seem to be n goodplan. It would soon bo found, how- munlty, nnd of all others who aro Into tho schoolroom, and possibly the custom, of setting Monday asldo perature of the solution nnd the length turies could bo drawn by tho hand of over, In the solution. tlmo the silk Is that the mnterlal of tho engine bo fortunnto as to bo Included. And tomo of tho odors of tho barn? Quite for n "wnsh day" made life Just n lit- of luster Is first left One only. lessened, nnd the, tle harder thim necessary In scores of Tho was being rapidly destroyed by the WMat ft dinner Not half bf It wns probably, nnd If so, nil tho bettT. Lot us meet this challenge homes. And yet so (Irmly established fiber Is finally dissolved. Dilute nclds get- touclicU, nnd yet nil, Including of tho olden tlmo by showing n world ncld. and either this method of tho Wo need tho fntm ntmosphero In tho has tho custom become Hint It takes roughen silk and strong acids ruin It. ting up energy would have to bo dis npenkcra, you may bo sure, did full school. Too long has tho ntmosphero without Christianity, and then a genuine courage to break nwny from Thus It will bo seen thnt nil garments bolter would soon world with Christianity. Perhaps. If continued or of silk nnd wool should be washed , , , Justlco to tho feast. of tho pedagog been thero, driving It and wash on Tuesday Instead. . n b Across tho road, in another church, nino boys out of ten from tho school When you think nbout It, how much with only tho mildest soap. This . work's sake. Alcohol corrodes and "ents up" tho thero was an exhibit of local products, before tho elementary course is finish- - more suitable Tuesday Is for tho work should be mado Into a sotutlou by cut 8uppono tho Christian faith should organs than Monday, which, following a day ting the soap Into thin slices, dlssolv-- ' and tissues; It Injures the dell- - Thero wcro chickens of good quality, cd, and making professional or bust fall! Stipposo wo should wake up of rest, finds tho whole house more or Ing In hot water and adding to tho cate machinery of tho body nnd finally and producto of tho garden, tho ncss men out of most of tho rest. and find that tho Bible suds In which the garments nro to bo less disarranged! decays charU( tho nclJ nnJ thQ MtcUcn tnnt It ,o Our schools need to become cenhad been put out of court, that tho Rn(I J',lntocrate'1- that the body washed. This method Is much better . It Is rnrcly possible nnd sometimes did tho soul of ono who loves coun- - ters of Information that will do tho quite unwise to attempt to outline any than rubbing the soap directly on tho Christian religion had been voted a try life good. But I must not go on most for tho producing power of tho housekeeper's work for her. Ono must garment. Both silk nnd wool arc In-- J fabrication, and .. world had. . ilecld tho . . . . . . . p . . lHrii-i- i L. eu to nuanuon u -- wnni wouiu nap- - ka n v ui.- nio Trihir-iiiiiimixuo u iuuuu vvltn Uio details of tho meeting, nor farm. They must measure their suc- know conditions nnd bo familiar with Jurcd by dry bent.. Silk first stiffens, . ., .1 I I 1. .......I.I uo MkhVi yvu ii uiun uuy in mn' ii nuuiu dwell i) mm tho fact that them wero cess, not In per cents upon grado the life of the family before being then breaks, so that tho water In tory. After tho first moments of bo- Young Man Given Ordinary Drink of , x Kn, farmcr8 cnro,Iea , cards, but In terms of tho bushels really competent to nrrange tho rou- which It Is wnshed should not be hot " Whisky Loses Control of Him- wlldrrment, tho days when everytine of domestic nffalrs. But for tho Flannels should be washed In water tho.mccU.nB. to say nothing of tho wc and pounds that they will help the thing would seem to stand still, tlion self and Talks Too Much. benefit of the woman who has everyof the samo temperature throughout I men nnd children. my farm produce, for tho boy and girl thing to I must get to when men began to get their beardo for her family and who the process and should be hung to dry for you may bo wondering what crop will keep pace In quality, with perhaps Is not wholly sntlstled with In a temperature tho same as the waSpeaking at a temperance meeting ings they would sny let us get rid In Kngland recently, Dr. W. A. Chap- - this meeting has to do with tho tho advanco of producing power of i her present plan let me present this ter. The expansion nnd contraction of of tho churches. Thpy nro expenprogram for at least Monday and tho wool fibers, caused by chango In sive even when considered necessary. pie, M. 1, said: "Let us supposo a teacher. tho soil. temperatures, make flannel thick. TepWhat good aro they now? Tho tho-te- r strong, healthy young man wcro to to Tuesday: So I wish to make an appeal well, It does not have so much to Monday. rut tho house In order, id wnter and a moderate temperature and tho lecturo platform can como Into this room, and wo were to Uo wUh ,ho teachor n3 a teacher had tho young men of the profession to rinn the meals for Tuesdny nnd do for drjtng nnd tho best white soap furnish bettor entertainment. The do what would bo a wrong thing s. to do with It. Ifftro was a neat four becomo You doubtt,Z extra baking for that day. Get tho added to the washing water are simple opera houso will supply better music. give him an ordinary doso of whisky room framo Bcho1 hoU8 on a hl" less know tho school teaching busilaundry ready for washing. That rules to observo In washing woolen And so take nwny the Illble with Its what would happen? Ho would como sure words, destroy all confidence In In, say, shy, diffident and reserved, as tack of tho church In which wo met, ness fnlrly well. Learn It better, so I menus look over the soiled clothing garments. in that you will always bo In demand, nnd do the necessary mending. Tears The vegctnblo fibers, such as cotton tho gospel of salvation from sin and becamo a young man. First of all. we nnd In that school, no, rather nnd broken beams Increaso In wash- - and linen, nro of n woody nature, sorrow, and who would enro to wnsto would notice that he lost his shyness, that community, thero wa3 a TEACU- - and then start In to learn Scientiper- - Kit. I nut that word In cnnltnls and bo- tough, strong nnd not so easily affic Farming. You can do It. If you Ing. Take out stains. It is much eas his tlmo In tho church service? Tho resorvn and word of the pulpit Is nccepted as the haps begin to talk. Ho would want to causo thero Is no way of writing tho do not bcllevo this wrlto me, nnd I ier to do this beforo washing than fected by chemicals. For this reason Is more tlmo the day cotton nnd linen materials are not so Ho would bo talk- real word of God, Not In the eloquence of do all tho talking. will tell you how. In tho next place, after, and there teacher too largo. Boon spoiled by careless washing as tho speaker, not In the beauty of tho ing all tho tlmo. Ho would begin to Wo found, In splto of tho fact that learn to be a lehder of men, for what either silk or wool, and yet too much music, but In tho authority of the talk about subjects ho would- - never soap, prolonged boiling In dirty water, message, lies the power of the mention If something very strange tho day wus Thursday, that tho our country needs moro than any and disturbing had not occurred. He teacher wa3 not only at tho meeting thing eiso is lenders. Indifferent rinsing nnd Inattention to Church. Then, whether you have a graded stains soon make tho best cotton or And dlvlno worship would cease. is, perhaps, a bank clerk, and talks of and his school with him; he was n private affairs of the bank. Why cry largo part of tho meeting. Not school of eight or nlno months, or Uncn dingy nnd unattractive. Ono of What a mighty voice for good would the lost tho commonest neglects In ordlnnry thus bo stilled. Note tho days when docs he talk? Decause ho hasbrain-cell- s that tho community lacked good men an ordinary term of six months, you wnshlng Is thnt tho water Is not tho city of Antloch was mad with his control over the layer of who wero capable of taking charge, will have a good living from school which preside over his changed often enough. Gnrment nfter revolution becauso tho Kmpornr had but becauso of Interest, knowledge and soil together. But never forget garment Is washed In wnter so satuImposed unjust taxes, and tho nnd push ho was tho natural lender, that iou'must bo tho best teaclur rated with dirt that It Is Impossible to was eager for vengeance on acWo found out later on that ho did nnd tlio best farmer In tho commit make It removo nny more. This washcount of the Insults oflored by the REMOVING BARS FROM BOATS ; ing Is followed by cnrcless rinsing In not merely tench tho schcot; !im ' nlty, nnd, In addition, a leader In the peoplo. V f only ono water, which docs not begin Several ways are there for locating Managers of Excursion Steamers on tnught tho community, Partly by meal I social, Industrial, political, and rellg : to take out all the soap. If the bluing of talking and school studies, more, lous Ufa of tho community. You cantho ship at sea. Dy dead reckoning, Banishing Sale of Great Lakes follows, as It too often does, this rinson any lino of ac I dare say by tho llttlo farm which not bo a half-ma- n for Instance, when the captain mereIntoxicating Liquor. ing In soapy water, the clothes are ly Judges by the speed of the ship ho owned and operated within loss tivity that Is for tho betterment 'if very liable to be stnlned with Iron Excurslon steamers ou the Oreat than half a mllo of tho school house. the pvple nnd amount to anything. and tho direction sailed; by lightrust. This will almost certainly be the houses along the shoro when not too Lakes nro banishing the salo of liquor. Ho was ono of those great cducatlon- But what aro tho opportunities for caso If Prussian blue Is used. This far from land, or by tho lead It the nnd women, you mny nskf.Iustnsgoodns .? substnncc is n salt of Iron, and with depth of tho soa bo not more than agers of these boat lines tho Detroit al factors, tho 1 brl"5 W an alkali such as thero Is In soap for tho men. Quit being n school teach 100 fathoms. Uut when far out on Journal says: "Ono company after an- - Ulat 's changes to Iron rust. A simple experiIn voyage tho only suro method Is other has removed tho bars and has work Into thin column. Ho wns, I er and becomo n Homo Teacher, the ment to determine whether or not you by observation of tho heavens. The adopted strict regulations against even feel suro, a good teacher tho poor cooperation with tho best Farmor-Teachare using Prussian 4luo Is to beat n extant for tho altltudo of the sun, allowing Intoxicated persons to board ones cannot bo community lenders that you can find. Now this llttlo of It In a strong solution of the cronomcter for Orccnwlch time, the boats. This action means that ns ho was, and I am equally suro that Is not a Joke. It Is tho most serious If Prussian blue tho mlxturo tho nautical almnnac for local tlmo, ono old theory of tho excursion bust- - h0 wa8 a gooJ farmcr for I gaw his stntemcnt that I have mado. The groat 1IANDT LAUNUnr STOVE. will turn yellowish red, nnd Iron rust ao tho chart Is marked and so tho ncss. that It must cater to the gay f t Ana t t0o. tiling that I wish to Impress Is that will settle In the bottom of tho vessel. helmsman gets his orders. In tho crowds, has been exploded. Tho first hla farmlnK lnt0 thu BC,1o1' and ln wo must mako out of. our Farmer- - beforo than when the washing is in Simple General Directions. ' a bar process. Soak soiled clothes. Seo that and on tho Sabbath day wo big boat that sailed without church vestcA uralns, supposed to bo tho Teacher and his activities, a home tubs and other things are ready It is make our observations. Vo are apt proved that whllo license and freedom for an things moro often .neglect of little o of tho teacher, In thu influenco that will count for than carelessness about big tho early start; ntsi be sure that soap, to drift through tho week. Wo can- attracted n few It repelled many. The main points that makes washing nn not always seo the stars from tho of general public is temperate and order- - coll. To mnke my statement clenr by very most In tho community, and bluing nnd other supplies arc on band. Tuetdny. The special work for this unsatisfactory task. Attention to these The sun cannot got ly by an overwhelming majority. It ft concrete oxamnle. ho influenced tho ' that cannot bo dono .without a wlfo fice windows. KOJ morality nnd good sense to ' ncloo t0 i,Uy a spraying outfit Ia3t who Is his equal In ability In train- - day will be tho wnshlng. but It should details may lighten the work for some down Into tho cold, yawning canons not bo curried on to the complete dis- women nnd bring them better results. into which wo hnvo turned our city spring, and when tho tlmo came he I,lug, and In ambition Itemember to make fresh suds whenarrangement of the family life. Good, Hut In tho cloar light of tho streets. and his pupils used it and taught So let us work earnestly for an ever necessary. It is a mlstako to Decrees Worth While. morning servlco wc get n glimpse of uso It. Tho fino apples and Increaso In tho number of teachers substantial meals should be served think you can make clothes clean In "How the church dealt with drunk- others to promptly, ns ou other days, and tho tho old beacons. Tho mists of aro lifted, the stealthy swish ards in tho third and fifth centuries pears that wero on display showed llko tho friend whom I described nt wlfo and mother should not bo so en- dirty wnter. Put the clothes to boll In cold water of tho currents of compromise and may bo learned from tho following tho results. In addition to this ho Is tho beginning. Do not, my young slaved by the washtub and wringer policy may bo heard and their power degrees: 'All Christians must guard tho Sec'y of tho Fnrmci's orgnnlzn- - friends, bo drawn into tho town and that she has no thought or attention and heat slowly. Tho best results are to swervo calculated, and when Mon- - j themselves by all means against the j tlon, nnd Is planning to hold, regular city schools. Stay by tho soil and you for husband nnd children. Thero Is no obtained when thero Is a largo quantidav mornltiK comes wo are bearing great evil of drunkenness, from moet'ncB durlnir tho venr at vnrlnus will flml thnt It him rtrh rownnls fnr reason why she should bo If the wash- ty of water and tho boiler Is but half away again toward tho seas that lie which all vices eralnate. Wherefore ; , ,n tho BurroumiltlB COmmunI- - you as teacher, as farmer, as home-umi- ing has not beyond all reason plied up full of clothes. Each bollorful ot w have decreed that ho who should , her work so that It requires almost clothes should be put on In clean, cold tho snilles of Cod lll'S. In mlilltlnn in Mlla hn hna n mnkoi" nnil na nitnttnlfv lanilni-w " superhuman effort to accomplish It. water. Ilut you say wo should keen our refuse to avoid the evil must be ex- - rcliomn on foot to get up a two weeks i C. D. Li. While preparing breakfast tho laundry Rinsing Is very Important. Tho he shall have morality oven though wo loso nro may no stnrteu ana tne wnter clothes must be free from soap beforo faith. Wo hnvo learned thnt two made satisfying amendment.' "Another decree reads thus: 'No heated. After breakfast and after tho bluing. Use soft water for first rinsand two mako four In straight busidining table tins been cleared tho ing, then hard water if color ot soft is ness; that honesty pays; that our so- one can be a competent master of his washing can bo commenced, and If It not good. cial creeds aro our social salvation. body and soul who shows himself, Hard water may bo softened by boilis performed In nn Intelligent way lint nnr mnmlltv la Mm ntl.irrn.wth nf whilst In tho captivity ot wine, a from start to finish It ought not to in ing, then cooling before using, or a elp'- - a"d . Rl.Ioi t0. nV religion. Men In tho Old Testament terfere to nny great exteut with tho solution ot salsoda mny bo added. ,thf e days mado themselves clean that ' lllm8.elf t0 ordlnnry comforts of tho day. Tho This ought not to be too strong or tho they might como beforo God. I'or- - Pistons whilst the mind Is defective, clothes were sorted and somo of them salsoda will Injure both tho fabric nnd haps they had never been clean bo- -' Such a n? wnerallr ru ns the risk committing sin or crime before ho put to soak the day before. That the hands. fore, and they said among them-- , ot means a long strldo toward an early In bluing shake out each article nnd trv m b knows It. but this Ignorance does "Ti.i. i. nn ! drop It Into the bluing water, rlnso completion. not MCU' from ullt-'clean 'on our own account and seo carefully through tho water, then The Order of the Wash. how It feels." Tho Sabbath day was Bad for the Nerves. Ono reason why (hero nro so many wring out nt once. Do not allow clothes observed In deference to the wishes Nerves are undermined by alcohol Indifferent laundresses and so much to stay In bluing water for any length of God and found to bo essential to endangered by tho use of alcohol inferior laundry work Is becauso little of tlmo or they will be streaked. the wants ot man. What grmind ot and youth up. Emperor William of Thick starch Is mado by mixing or no attention has been glvcti to difmorality is there except In tho fact from Germany. cup of laundry starch and ference In fabrics. Cotton, linen, silk Why should not tho man ot God? Listen, boys I If you aspire to run cup of cold water, then add and wool are practically treated in who Is strougor than other men take a motor car or an airship; if you tenspoonful of 'white wax tho same way. Tho same kind of soap what ha wants and so possess all? would be a captain ot Industry; If Is used for nil. They are washed In or lard and ono quart of boiling water. Your Kmpcror, your Cear, does he you would make good In any business water of the same tempivnture. Some- Put over tho tiro nnd boll for sercral doslro your farm or your vlnoyard; or profession, train your nerves to be times they are washed In tho samo, minutes, stirring constantly. Uncookdocs ho covot your wlfo or daughter; strong, steady, and obedient water. They are given tho same' ed or partly cooked starch will stick. does ho resent some Indignity? Then SITE SELECTING CEREMONIES OF HIS IMPERIAL JAPAamount ot nibbing and equally Indif- Thick starch may be diluted, or If a as pleases him. True, let him do An Eleotlon Day Hint. ferent rinsing. thin quality Is desired uso twlco as NESE MAJESTY'S COMMISSION TO THE PANAMA-PACIFI- C but there is a higher law, and Its InDollle gives a practical In sorting tho'clothes arrnngo them much water. terpreter Is Conscience and Its heads- suggestion for Christian voters who INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION. in flvo piles ns follows: Ironing is tho completion of good man la Itemorse, and all this couples have been praying lustily against the Tablo linen aud flue muslins. laundry work and the test of tho launback to the consciousness ot God saloon for "lot these many years," but Bed linen, towels and handkerchiefs dress. It requires a good thick Ironwns first of tho foreign nations to select n site at America's which lies deop and definite in tho hu- who never vote for the party which (previously soaked In ammonia and ing blanket tacked securely to an Ironrannina-l'aclflman heurL Exposition at San Francisco In 1015. Tho purposes to "smash the trap," because water If used for a cold). ing table or board, clean irons, an iron Discredit tho Christian religion they don't like to "throw away their area which has been dedicated to tho Jnpaneso governFlannels. stand, a pleco of beeswax tied In a ment display, five acres, will permit tho adornment of the grounds and some other form of faith will vote." Colored cottons nnd stockings. cloth on which to clean tho Irons, a bit surrounding tho I'ulnco of Exhibits with wonderful Japanese trees and take Its place. It is impossible to Soiled towels and cloths. "O Lord, do not let the birds get of old cloth on which to wlpo them keep our human nature unrelated to Into Robbie's trap Ot I know they shrubs, presenting tho landscnpo effects that In Japan have attracted No one questions that soaking the and a piece of paper folded several the divine. We must keep our win- can't Anient" the ntteutlon of tourists nnd nature lovers from all parts of the world. clothes loosens the dirt and makes the times on which to try the Irons. This dows open toward some sunrUlng. The Pataco of Exhibits will cover nn acre of ground in tho center of this washing easier, but only whtto clothes la the necessary outfit, but in addition "Dolly," said her mother, "what must And some staircase winding makes you so certain?" We Japanese garden. The Japanese government will spend $1,000,000. or fast colors can be treated In this there must bo practice, care and skill stars, even though upward toward the way, and It is not well to soak all" to losuro complete success. "'Cause I smashed the trap. It be a broken one. The Farmer-Teach- er Home Course In Domestic Science XIII. Washing Day Made Easy. kinds of white clothes In ono tub. After soaking In cold wnter to which a good naphtha soap or wnshlng now-chas been lidded little or no nibbing ry before putting tho will lie lr net-wi- Snl-sod- a , I ..! I ' ' B M ' '"ft J J Z lZZrlt 7,'.V T I iuiiuul ',, Ht, farmer-teacher- Bin-per- m, II ran,, .'ill ... er a. stock-ln-trad- ( .... nr I J1"" j " one-ha- lf JAPAN c Page Four. THE CITIZEN. L. deed book In Madison County Clerk's Tho Messrs, M. H. Urncr, M. McCarthy nnd R. P. Williams of Cinoffice. TERMS: Said properly will bo sold Berea Is booming with activities cinnati camo down with Rov. II. M. now In preparing for tho Winter Pennlmnn last Friday to study nioro on a credit of Six Months time, tho just Term. Mr. Burgess hns an army of closely tho workings of tho college. Purchaser being required to execute Mr. Frank Vose, the Collego brick bond with approved security pnynblo men engaged on tho new Ladles Halt bo located on tho north foreman, who has been In Boston for to tho Commissioner with n Hen rewhich will sold to seHeron tained on tho property Bldo of Big Hill Plko, Just west' of a fovv months returned to cure tho payment of the purchnso Br. Cowley's residence. last Thursday night. Dr. nnd Mrs. R. II. Cowley left on money; or tho purchaser may jay A now tool house nnd dressing tho fnst trnlu last Friday, Dr. Cow-ln- y cash If desired. room has been erected near tho II. C. Rico. M. C. M. C C to nttend tho U. S. Congress of Farm office. Tho boys, who do inanu-a- l labor, will havo n clianco to re- Surgeons to bo held r.t Now York. FOOTBALL move their clothing nnd havo showMrs. Cowley iiccompnnlcd him ns fnr er bath when they como from their as Washington. D. C, to visit with Tho second football gnme between work. friends until bis return. F. O. Clark nnd Mr. Wm. Jos-sl- o Collego nnd Academy was played last Considerable cnthuslnsin Is shown Prof. by tho students themselves to mako Balrd nro unending tho meeting Monday evening. From tho kick off arrangements to wclcomo nowcomcrs of tho American Association for tho until tho flnhh tho gnmo was n at tho beginning of tho Winter Tern advancement of Agricultural Teach- hotly conteslul one, characterized nnd by clean plnylng on both sides President nnd Mrs. Frost started ing In Atlnntn, fia., this wock. fow penalties. East, Moiulu.r, to nttend n meeting Neither sldt, was nhlo to score durof tho Berea College Trustees in A GOOD MAN GONE ing tho first half, nltho Collego got bo held on Wednes Nov, York City, to goal. 20 ynrrts of Academy's day, nnd to Nlslt somo of their Now Mr. Anderson Crawford, ono of tho within In tho third uunrtcr, Ko.ilnsoii scoron York friends. oldest residents of Berea, died ed for Collegj carrying the ball in lo tho Oth lust., uged 85 years,. nnd his a Professor Dluemoro started forward pass. Academy scored In the wero burled In tho Heron Chicago on Saturday to seek friends remains samo quarter, falling on the ball when funeral for Berea's work, particularly In view cemetery on tho Slh. Tho Collego fumblid. Onco more tho services woro held In tho Christian of tho needs of additional accommoiiass was worked for n touchchurch. Short addresses wero mado dations for tho Winter Term. down by College nnd tho gnmo closed Tho new bunkers for tho Power by Rev. II. Hudson, Mr. A. W. Titus, Collego 12 Acntlemy C. and Heat plant aro approaching com- Prof. J. S. llnthaway, Pres. Frost and Tho lino up was ns follows: Prof. Dodgo. Tho key r.uto wbh Mr. pletion. Academy Collego Integrity of character and Crawford's A small addition Is being inado Douglas J. Jones It. E. sympathy with all needed reforms. to tho Hospital so ns to provldo an Hatch R. T. slave himself, his own labor Chnmbcrs additional bath room nnd additional Never n R. O. Rlttor wlfo. Cromer Becurcd tho freedom of Jls storo room. Voglo C his Muntz As n preacher of tho gosel L. 0. Murrell Tho Collego has purchased tho propvoice always war. for cducntlon nnd Parker erty of tho Congregational Church at mnrnl iinllft. 'Wlml In rlcht." Beeill- - Anderson Click R. T. Phillips I.. E. tho head of Ellipse St.. nnd put tho ,. ,,0 c.rnod tuo Robinson Q parsonago In repair for rental. , ,,, Hlatt It r,t!. Hoffman MncGregor will bo occupied by Mrs. Porter from L. II. Ills Bowman zens without regard to race. .. a .1. "i rt 1. .1 l. MI...I Rltto- -, Saxton F. B. Bntson " ""' Wf0 nnd nvo of their children sur- C. Jones house Itself has not yet been deter- - (ylvo R. II. Hunter Mm Md ,mvo the 8V,Ilpa,liy of mined. THE LOCAL ELECTION An Interesting letter from former j Secretary Gamblo tells of the pleas- MEETING OF CLIO CLUB d Somo of our readers wero ant situation of himself nnd family last week owing to tho fact In their now homo at Montrose, Pa. . Tho Clio Club met with Mrs. Marsh local that wo failed to glvo tho Mr. Gamblo has purchased n fine on Thursday afternoon, Nov. 7th. book nnd stationery storo In town, Each member had jtnvlted saveral election returns. but This was not an oversight, In tho rush to get tho paper out a llttlo ahead of time, giving the latest Imllctln In tho presidential raco Wednesday evening, tho local re- turns wero crowded out. We nro trying to mako up for this oversight this week In giving a full account for Berea and Madlron Coun- i ty, as well as completo In returns November 14, 191a. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 8 NEWS COLLEGE ITEMS BEREA MARKETS 23c per pound. Eggs, 28o per dozen. VEGETABLES Irish olntocii, Coc and 70c per bu. Sweet potatoes SL per bu. Cnbbnge, icr pound. POULTRY: Chickens, fryers, 8c per pound. IIimis, 80 por pound. KoostorH! Co FRUITS: Apples, 7Cc per bu. Pears 1 por bu. FI.OUR, MEAL, ETC. Best grndo flour, $3.40 per cwt. Meal, ?1 por bu. Wheat bran, $1.40 per hundred. Wheat, $1 per bushel. Corn C5c per bu. Oats, 60c per bushel. Hay, COc lcr hundred. to Co por lb. Cattle, 3 Calves, C to Cc per pound. Hogs, 7 ft to 8c por pound. Sheep, 2 4 to 3, 3 2 per lb. I.anibB, 4 to Cc per pound. Hides, dry 15e per lb., green, 10c LOCAL PAGE OF HHREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A Butter, s o lo Tho McBsrs. W. B. Harris and J. J Blckncll hnvo opened a Ileal Estate oftlco nt Ruscill Springs, Ky. It's up to you, (or your purchases at Welch's during tho next four CITY PIIONK ins months will make thousands of votes Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. for soino ono. (adv.) Mr. J. Jt. Early left last week. Mrs. Xannlo Chaotccii nnd family DAN H. DRECK Live Stock havo moved !ack from Richmond and Fire, Life, Accident, and Uie Lydln Isaacs hnvo purchast-lNSUKANtb property back of School Tlaco St. Will sign your bond. Mr. Burt Harrison nnd family havo Richmond, Ky moved Into Mrs. J. Baker's property Phone 505 on Chxtnut Mtrect. Sooooooooooooo DR. BEST, DENTIST ooaoaooaooaoaooaoaoaoS 3-- FIRE, FIRE, Insure your property North Bound, Local against loss by tiro with II. C. Woolf, m. 10:55 p. in. 7:00 a. Knoxvlllo successor to W. H. Porter, Berea, Ky. 3:62 a. m 1:07 p. m BEREA Tho M. E. .Minister nnd wlfo havo 7MG a.m. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati over the Into tho rooms moved Bound, Local South 8:15 p. m National Bank C:30 a. m. Cincinnati Mr. Ell Corncllsou hai accepted a 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. tn BEREA 7:00 p. m. 6:60 a. ru position as cleik for tho Berea Drug Knoxvlllo Co. Express Train. No. 32 will stou at Berea to tako Highest Cash Prices paid for holion passcngerB for Dayton, O., Rich' day turkeys. J. S. Gott, Depot St. mond, Ind., Indianapolis, Ind., Coluuv (adv.) bus, O., and points beyond. Miss Lucille F. Bcchnian of Mlamlc-llt- e, South Bound. O., will vltlt with Mr. nnd 'Mrs. 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati J. B. Richardson next week. m. 11:55 a. BEREA Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Richardson visNo. 33 will stop to tako on pas ited with relatives at Goochland, Mon sengers for Atlanta and points b yond. CINCINNATI MARKETS POULTRY: for-wa- rd Springers (1 lound. Hcno, Turkeys, hens, 1G c, 1- lbs and over) 1C lCc 14c. Roosters, 7c, 12 c lb., toini, .., ,... ,., North Bound BEREA day. Mr. nnd 'Mrs Win, Hnlcy were B3- - gceso 8c lb., Ducks, 10c lb., Young guineas 4.0005.00 doz. CATTLE, HOGS, ETC. Cattle, 2.7507.76. Calves, 8.0010.25. , Hogs 4.0008.75. Pigs (110 lbs. and less) 4.0007X0. Sheep 2.8603.35. Imbs 4.2506.25. Corn 75c por bu. Wheat 05c per bu. Hay, 15.00 per ton. Cincinnati 4:46 p. m. 1:37 p. m. ica visitors last Sunday. It's no difference what kind of stove you want, you can get It lit Welch's. (adv.) PRISGILLA CLUB Messrs. Oscar Hayes and Achilles Webb of Red Lick wero In Berea, Sat urday and Sunday. cf Mr. and Mrs. Perry McCollum Horse Lick, Ky., niado a short bus! ness trip to Berea at the first of tho week. Tho largest line of stoves tver shewn in Borca now on exhibition at Welch's. (adv.) Miss Florenco Parker nrrlvcd, Fri day, from her homo In Flndley, Ohio, for an extended visit with her els ter, Hiss Ruby M. Parker. Dr. John Hays and family of McKeo have been spending several days ,ln Berea, Mr. Horbert Todd who has been In Battlo Creek, Mich., slnc last spring returned to Berea Inst Saturday, Who will win tho prizes at Welch's? (adv.) Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bender of Richmond carao and Mrs. Joe dtaap-pointe- East 20.': North 18 stouo In tho center of the road; then west 29 North with tl.o road 37 polos to tho bt ginning, containing to 11 stono; North 13 l'olcs to n 2, Htono and n stump; West 45.4 I 'oh a to a 1, 8.71 ncres. Mrs. W. H. Bower entertained the Priscllla Club, Thursday, Oct. 31st, In her usual charming manner. Mrs. Hook read a paper on the Early end Mrs. Calfce gave some selections from Anglo-Saxon- I Chaucer's "Canterbury Tales." A happy social hour was enjoyed over the tea cups, with tho hostess, In the candle lighted dining room which was beautiful In Its autumn Miss leaf decoration, designed by Mario Bower. Tho next Is meeting to be a 'Shakespeare evening" with quotations from the ''Bard of Avon.' STOVES STOVES : stoves STOVES : stoves stoves : STOVES stoves : STOVES STOVES : stoves STOVES : stoves stoves : STOVES stoves : STOVES STOVES : stoves STOVES : stoves stoves : STOVES stoves : STOVES STOVES : stoves STOVIS : stoves stoves : STOVES stoves : STOVIS tho stato and nation. COMMISSIONERVSALE TERMS. Said propnty will bo sold on a credit jf Six Mentha llmo, tho Purchawr being required to execute Commlslonor bond puynblo to tho security bearing C with approved per cent Interta! from day of Bato until nld with a lien retained on the property until nil tho purch&so money Is paid, or tho purchaser may pay cath If desired. H. C. Rice M. C. M C. 0. (jU EXPERIENCE YCAto WINTER HOURS At Union Church and the College Tho night services at tho Sunday night Chapel and the Union church Scrlvncrs', Siaday, for a visit. will bo at seven o'clock during tho Judgo Englo of McKeo was visit winter months. ing his daughter, Grace, who Is here Tho prayer meeting this week will In school at tho first of tho week. bo from seven to eight o'clock. II r. R. J. llnglo made a business trip to Cincinnati, Friday. ANOTHER FIRE Mr. James Hays, tho cashier of experienced Berea another fire, the bank at McKeo and Hon. W. Clark were In Berea at tho first of tho Saturday morning, about 3:4b, when n two story building, a dwelling and week. The big contest Is now on at shop, all owned by Burt Harrison burned to the ground. (adv.) Welch's. Tho flro was first discovered in The Misses Mary Tatum, Etta Gay tho store building by Mr. Harrison, and Lonway spent Saturday after but was already beyond control. The noon In Richmond. household goods wero all carried and Is doing a profitable business. Ho Mrs. C. B, holder who has been vis out before tho dwelling took fire, Is also secretary of tho Montrose Biiting her mother here, returned but nothing was recovered from tho ble Conference, and was recently homo, Monday. elected president of tho County Suntore. Mr. Lynn Lewis and Mr. Wilson Mr. Harrison's loss la estimated ct day School Association, and Is superintendent of tho Presbyterian Sunwho uro painting tho Court House f COO, not covered by Insurance. at Richmond, wore homo over Suntho day School. Mr. Henderson, who occupied Tho Gambles send regards to all day. store, carried no Insurance on his Berea friends, and are anticipating "Aladdin" Is the name of tho most stock of goods. excellent Patent Hour sold In Berea. The storo building, next door, own tho time when they may make BeOnly at Holllday's, at 75 cents per ed by Mr. W. F. Kldd and occupied b rea a visit. Rev. and Mrs. II. M. Pcnnlman aro sack, along with all their other good Coyle and Williams was saved, owtilings to eat. (adv.) ing to a metal covered roof, but was spending sovcral days lu Berea. Prof. Charles D. Lewis was, away Mrs. 'Mary E. Vaughn who has been badly damaged. for a few days last week attending visiting with her sister, Mrs. T. M. the Farmers' Institute in Monroe CounFOR RENT Ogg, returned to her homo at Boono, ty. Ho finds that farming interest Sunday. Mrs. Vaughn hay been qutto Desirable property, six acres of aro rovivlng throughout the country, 13 soino bettor. sick but land, houso, and all necessary out tho farmers at last beginning to Mr. O. M. Rader of Paris recently buildings Just outside the city limits awaken to tho Importance of the moved to Berea. of Richmond on the Big Hill Pike. study of their problems. At this gath8ALESMAN WANTED to look after Property will be rented for ono year, ering, which lasted two days, ninety, our Interest In Madison and adjacent and possession given the 20th of six farmers were enrolled, and from counties. Salary or Commission. AdDecembor. Address Mra, Rachel Cof- - 200 to 300 present. Thero wero flno dress The Victor Oil Co., Cleveland, fleld, 624 South Lime St, Lexington, exhibits of chickens, hogs, corn, (adv.) Ohio, Ky. (adv.) vegetables, fruits and household pro ducts. Good prizes were awarded for the best In each lino. Tho meeting was a result of local interest entirely. Fountain Run, whero the Insti tute was held, Is seventeen miles from the nearest railroad. Mr. II. E. Taylor, Purchasing agent for tho Collego was In Cincinnati tho first of tho week on business. WELCH'S COMMISSIONER'S Berea Bank & SALE guests, all mothers of boys, and pleasant company of forty ladl's gathered. ProL Marsh gave a very Interesting and helpful talk on tho subject, "What can bo done for tho boys." Ico cream and cako were served by tho club. Bingham, Plaintiff Alllo Fowler va John Chaatcen, Etc., Defendants Under and by virtue of a Judgment and order of Bale rendered nt the macl niAiina October Turm of Madlcon Circuit Designs Copyright Ac Court, In tho above ctjled action, Anront ndin a h?lrh nI tlwrtpttAn the undersigned Master CommissionMir !: "ti fraa lttlir o qulrklf tiiTfiUm ltif)hMf p4ititnhU er of said Court will, on Monday, IUN0&O0K rnl'tiroti injr lrnta. nt fraa. OMMt itcr for December 2, 1912, nt about 11 o'clock I'alarita Uhon tlinmvh Jtunn X Co. r Without CbTfO, lu tit a. m. In front of tho Ceurt Houso door in Richmond, Ky,, sell to the A tiftndcomtlf lltnttrtlM wt1f. tit highest and beet bidder nt Public rut Hot of any rieMlO J ttriL rrn. II Auction tho following descrllied proiirt four tuonttil, L tMl bfaJI Ttx)alarff, York MUNN&Cn.36"""'-Meperty or ns much thereof as will KniirOllfl'V. 3 Hl.WuMti"li II produce tho sum of $110.10. tho amount ordered to bo made. A certain tract 150.00 TO flOO.00 A MONTH For your ipars time dptrltnc not nt4-d- . of land sltuatod In Madison County, Want n active man In thli locatltr. Kontucky, on tho headwaters if To Introduce ua to your frlanda W'a par larfrat caah btnenta when licit. Injured, Brushy Fork or Silver Creek, beginfor amallrat coat. ning at a stono lu tho center of and at death,Cmh.Ilonua onr to nrat apand plicant from thla place. Write quick for the road from Berea to Slato Lick, particular. thenco South 71 East 10 Poles to 833. Covington, Ky. a stone; South 57, East 4C.C Poles THE u 1 nf am-ti- . Scientific jftttiiiCuti. 1ttt r rrta-Ia-ura- 2, ! We Want You TO READ THIS "AD" LIST TO VISIT OUR STORE TO BE ON OUR With Hundreds of Other Satisfied Customers YOUR SATISFACTION is the first consideration at our store. We want to make sure that every purchase you make here proves so satisfactory that you will be sure to come back and recommend us to Trust Co., Plaintiffs vs A. P. Ramsey, Etc., Bcfcndants. Under nnd by vlrtuo of a Judgment and order of salo rendered nt tho October Term of tho Madison Circuit Court, In tho abovo styled action, tho undersigned Master Commissioner of nald Court will, on Monday, Decembor 2nd, 19L In front cf tho Court Houso door In Richmond, Ky., at 11 o'clock a. m. soil to tho highest and bout bidder nt Public Auction tho' following described property or as much thereof as will produce tho sum of $223.75, I ho amount ordered to be mcdo: A lot or parcel of ground In Porter's on the corner of Depot and Railroad Sts., In tho town cf Berea, Ky known as lot No. 5, In tho said and being tho szmo property conveyed to A. P. Ramsoy by W. 11. Porter by deed dated Jan. 16, 1911, recorded in n your friends too. THE RACKET STORE PALACE MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY All kinds of fresh and cured meats and lard. Fish, Oysters and Poultry in Season. All kinds of Staple and Fancy Groceries. PROMPT DILIVERV OUR FALL 1912 STOCK will surpass all previous ones, not only as regards extensiveness of assortments, but as to the attractiveness of the values offered in men's and boys' suits, overcoats, shoes, hats and caps; ladies', misses' and Children's cloaks; ladies' suits and skirts, in fact any thing you want for man, woman or child, ready-madA trial is all we ask. e. Respectfully, U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. Coyle Building, Main SC. :t H t : Phone 57, BEREA, HAYES '"e 6$, Quality Store" GOTT KENTUCKY November t.j, 1912. '1 FEW CHANGES IN ELECTORAL HE CI 11 ZEN AMERICAN REO CROSS Appeal of President Taft and the In i 6 5 O OUR BOYS VOTES Conliniitit (rum I'lrnt rage Tho result In Kentucky In general Is pleasing to tho Republicans. Whllo tnoro thnn 100,000 abort, of Wllson'a vote, Tnft leads Roosevelt by nearly 10,000. In $ 4 and GIRLS ternational Relief Board To tho Editor: CABINET 000 000 00000 PROTECTIVE Dy Alice Van COLORINQ. Leer Carrlck. I'lrt Tho voto In Kentucky by districts an follows: DUttlct htm. Kfp. ji.441 30.10 . Emily despised her play frocka. "J list Krr.cn linens nnd lirown ginghams, old grnss color nnd dirt color. Muriel Wllloughby'a mother lota her wear bluo dresses nnd pink dresses, and lovely whlto ahoca nnd stockings," 'ahe complnlned, as alio ant on the piazza steps. "I'rotcctlvo coloring, llttlo girl," laughed her uncle, who was making her n willow whistle "Your tnothbr knows' tho wny you play." "What does 'protective coloring' mean, Uncle Ralph?" naked Emily, . slowly. "Onco upon ix time," began Unci nalpli, not answering her question, "onco upon n time thorn wna n green caterpillar, Just tho color of tho gross and leaves he crawled upon. And one day this caterpillar anld to himself, 'What n plain little thing I really ami No ono notices me. I might as well not bo nllvo at nil.' He was so cross fchnt ho didn't cat another bit of but Instead ho spun himself a nlco, white, webby cocoon hammock, and slept a long, long time. Ily and by, when ho woko up, he felt different. IIo Wasn't a crawly worm H2? Ho had wldo, downy wlnga. more. And then ho cried. In tho gladdest surprise, 'I'm n beautiful painted butNow people will look at me terfly! nnd pralso met' And they did. As he flow, zigzagging over the clover-flelds- , cried, a man with n butterfly-ne- t I must have spoclmenl k 'What n flno him!' Tho butterfly was ao pleased nt , this admiration that ho let himself be easily caught. Ho never got away ( again. Sometimes It's n good thing to bo Just quietly plain," I'nclo llalpb went on; nnd then, ns If to point his moral, wild screams nnd scoldings camo from round tho corner. Thoy j were followed by Muriel Wllloughby, j pulled nlong by an angry nurse, her dainty pink frock covered with mud- splashes, hnr whlto shoes dripping. ( "Uncle Ralph," asked Emily, sud-- , denly, "Muriel Wllloughby didn't have any protectivo coloring, did she?" t 8 Dolly and Alice. I I'm just a llttlo doll, you see. Bo you must not be harsh with me. roso-Ttft. I ,' ' Hnwnd Thltit I'omtli iff .? J.5S4 4 lo j i7vm l,61 . . II.OJJ S.ISI 1,1)40 "Hi Si I III J4J' iH.'yr.) M,91 J.9M 5 Stlfntll HlKhlli N111II1 . ... . . n.jj MAM .MM II.Joo S7 Mj M97J S.olj J.01J Truth Klrvttith . . . g.Hj lo.JM Total hi,jj6 '.814 A cartful analysis of tho returns Is far less reassuring to tho IXmiio-cnitthan was first thought, ntid thero Ik oven less comfort for tho Progressho party. It Is plain that Gov. Wilson will bo known as a president by nccldent, since, In practically no states, except tho Houthrrn states does ho win ever Tnft nnd Roosevelt combined. This means thnt ho could not hnvo won over a united Republican party. In confirmation of this view, take, for Instance the voto In New York: Wilson COS.SGI, Roosevelt and Tnft combined 815,349, Tnft leading the Progressive candidate by G2,4S1. Now York then may bo called a Republican' stato. Thu result In Now linmpshiro 's similar: Wilson 3 1,333, Tnft and Roost, leading volt combined 48,'J2G, Tnft H l.7 ? 9'7 ABRAHAM LINCOLN. The sixteenth president of the United State was Iwrn In Ijtnte county, Ky., In 1809 and waa nssasslnnted by John Wilkes Booth nt WnthlnRtoa April 14, 1805, shortly nfter beginning bin second term ns president. IIo practiced low for many years nt Springfield, III., mid served one term In congress. Ie was the first successful candidate of the new Republican party. Lincoln' freat work was tho preservation of the Union by defeating the Confederacy In n four years' war, an Incident of which wits his proclamation of emancipation for all alares and the final settlement of the slavery problem by Sir: It Is difficult to bring homo to the public In this country the appalling suffering Involved In n winter wnr In tho Balkans. Communication Is dlficult, tho cold Is Intense, and oven rudimentary transportation Is a matter of cxtrcmo difficulty. Moreover, tho fighting In this particular war Is likely to bo of an especially bitter and severe character, whllo on tho other hand tho mediquite cal organization uva liable Is inadequate to copa with tho lurgo numbers of wounded, Reports have been received both from our diplomatic representatives In Turkey, tho Balknn States nnd Greece, and from tho Red Cross Societies, of tho desperate conditions of tho thousands of sick and wounded and tho lnadequato medical servko. With thus reports havo come urgent appeals to tho American Red Cross for aid. Tho British Red Cross and those of Continental Europe are sending out medical detachments of doctors and nurses and hospital supllcs In order to mltlgato In some measuro tho terrible suffering entailed by such a winter campaign. Bccauso of tho distance, the American Red Cross will not send expediIt tions of trained pcrsoncl, but earnestly appeals to tho generosity of our peoplo to aid tho sick and wounded soldiers of all tho countries involved. flOVR all things, held fast to which Is good. that HELPFUL HINT8 FOR THE WIFE. HOUSE- Common wooden clothespins, with tho nnmo printed on them In Ink, make flno napkin holders for a few days' outing. Uso heavy manllla wrapping paper to roll out biscuits or plo crust on. A bottlo filled with Ico water makes a good rolling pin. y When one has many pieces of to wash, put them In a deep pall or bowl with a colander underneath. Pour hot water over them until clean, then thoy will dry very eaBlly. When drawing threads In table linen, wet tho strip to bo drawn with water, and keep It wet while pulling tho threads, nnd they will draw out much cut-lor- easier. RooHOvolt by I3,70ti. Ohio, Wilson 170,022, Roosevelt and Maustapha Pasha. Tnft combined 213,030, Tnft loading eases. Bulgarians Roosevelt by 42.C20. In Rhode Island, October 20 attack Tho announcement Is based upon Wilson 30,097, Taft nnd Roosevelt tho results of ovnmlnatlons nt the Adrlnople. combined 44,145, Tuft leading RooseEastern Stato Hospital and an off! - ; October 21 Turkish squadron bom . bards Bulgarian ports. velt 11,201. clnl ro(ort Is to bo mado at onco. ! Massachusetts: Wilson 170.9S3, Taft October 22 Servians tako Prls- Una. and Roosevelt combined 292,407, Taft FOR TURKS MORE LOSSES leading Roosevelt by 12,103. October 23 Servians tako Novl-paza- r. Continued from I'irvt rage Wilson 71,820, Tnft Connecticut: nnd Roosevelt 097,791. tho Tnft plural- Christian residents and native ChrisBulgarians capture October 24 ity over Roosevelt being 33,C''3. tians, but theco reports aro denied. town of Servla. tho siege. Almost driven out of Europe, tho Porto Is frantic, nnd Is making conowers, stant appeals to tho great Taft. tho that havo so long guaranteed It would B!cm that the Progres- status of tho Turks. Repeated visits sives could gnl but llttlo comfort out of tho Austro.llungnru:i ambassador of tho roault, since It Is plain that to the Turkish Foreign Office havo InIt 'Air. Roosevelt hail sought to given rlso to reports of Intervention bt on tho part of that country, and it fluence tho National Convention Biyan did tho Is thought thnt tho powers may seek Mr. ns Chlcngo llnltl-mornt Convention National to stay tho waning fortunes of tho and had used his Influence 'Sick Man" according to their long 1 to Ket n Progressive platform Instead standing promise. Were I to fall. I'd break In two; of to forward his own personal ambiTho following catalog of events (I Then what would llttlo Allco dot president, Mr. tho war will bo of tion to bo a third-terinterest: Dear llttlo Alice! Sho owns me; he Taft or tho nominee, whoever I think they say she Is but three. Montenegro October 8. declares might have been, would hnvo been war against Turkey. At least, I know she Isn't old, For they don't play with dolls, I'm an easy winner over Gov. Wilson. October 12 Montenegrins Invest told. Tho conclusion thnt cno can hardly Tarbosch. Dear Allco brings me candy sweet. help from drawing Is thnt tho counOctober 14 Montenegrins tnl:o She keeps mo dressed so very neat; try has not given tho Democratic Tushl.' imrty license to do anything revoluOctober 15 Turco-Ualla- n war ends. tionary, tho Democratic victory beOctober 17 Servla and Greece deing du solely to a split In tho clare wnr against Turkey; Turkey party, and Mr. Roosevelt declares war against Servla and BulDemocratic garia. being resonMblo for tho administration. If It Is successful October 19 Bulgarians capture somo of tho glory will bo lite, but I It Is not succersful ho must boar n fair shnro of tho burden nnd the people will turn to Ilesldent Taft tho and the Republican party In to And when Rhe walks out In tho air event of Its fnlluro Instead of Bhe tnkca mo with her everywhere. Mr. Roosevelt and tho Progressives. We-artho best of friends, you see; I lovo sweet Alice, sho loves me. EASTERN STAR BAZAAR Wore I to fall nnd break In two, What would dear llttlo Alice dot Washington Star. k Tho members of tho order of tho Eastern Stnr will hold their annual The "Wise" Jellyfish. Nov. Monday nnd Tuesday, Few marine animals seem at first bazaar. tho 25 and 26, In tho building of glance to botray less Intelligence than the Jellyfish. Up with the tide and Berea Rank and Trust Co. Eatables of all kinds will bo sold. down with tho tide, carried along by this or that current, moving with the Hot coffoo, nt all hours. Orders will eddy of a backwator hither and thithIf given on thoso bo filled for cakes er, the Jollyflsh has become almost a days. aynonvm for helplessness. Tho proceeds go for the benefit Scientifically, of course, tho popular of tho poor. Pntrouago kindly solicIdea of the Jellyfish Is wholly mistakC'lO en, but It Is perhaps only In tropical ited. waters that he Js found In the perIn the South IN OUR OWN STATE fection of Intelligence. Pacific, around tho islands of PolyContinual from Hint Fue NICHE IN THE COURT OF THE FOUR SEASONS, nesia, and as far south as the upper KENTUCKY REPUBLICAN VOTE New -PACIFIC portion of the North Island of INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION. Pres. Taft stands second In Zealand thero Is a Jellyfish who not tho roccnt election, hnvlni. In only knowH where he wants to go but Is won provided with a sail which uefented tho Colonel by about 10,000. of the four corners of tho Court of Four .Seasons will be ho can and does hoist or lower at with groups of stntuury symbolical of the NEW TRIAL. FOR DO LAN Summer. Autumn and Winter. The sculpture will be wll. Thomas F. Dolan who was found screened by colonnades nnd mural paintings, also set lu Tho sail, like the rest of this curi- guilty of voluutary manslaughter In suggestive of the seasons, will form the background for the setting. ous animal. Is nlmost transparent, but Court, Oct, 18th Fayctto Circuit miliku tho body of tho ilsh, which Is tho Tho Court of Four Seasons will be 340 feet so, tin re. Mr. Jules (Juerln, 'Mooney, has been of tho usual gelatinous construction, for killing Patrick tho noted artist, has charge of the color plan, nud tho designer of the now trial by Judgo Ken tho mil Is a mombrane almost as hard granted a court Is Mr Henry Bueou of New York. alleged prejudion tho ground of an ns ahull. Itoundabout tho Klllco group the cial statement by a Juror before tho navigating fish Is often found with a trial. snll measuring five Inches across, Dolan will faco tho Court for tho and ho navigates the shallow Island fifth tlmo, tho January term, with waters with the skill of a Hooghly pilot, steering In and out of snaggy only ono conviction. A COMPLETE LINE PELLAGRA AND HOOK-WORplaces and avoiding obstructions both Hardware, Paints, Mowing Mnchinei, Farming Implement, Gasoline and ALLIED above and below the surface with unOil Stoves, and Groceries erring skill. I.Ike his cousins In home Experts of tho Stair. Board of navigating Jellyfish has waters this Health havo announced that thero the power of stinging Its natural enesimilarity between pellagra and 11 such mies, and Its sting Is fatal to dsn MAIN STREET, new Bank and hookworm that thoy rccommmid dangerous to man. London Standard. both dla- aami treatment for j tho Eskl-Baba, e, o ! PANAMA- And so It goes tho combined Republican nnd Progressive vote In nearly every state north of MaBon nnd Dixon's Lino being mow than tho Democratic vote, tho difference beIowa, ing thai in Michigan, Illinois, Kansas, nnd some of tho Western stntes Roosevelt woh In tho lead of It seems to bo a fact, however, that cholera In a severe form has broken out among tha Turkish troops, nnd M!stllcnco Is added to tho horror of Though an armlstlco may. bo declared, tho great number of sick nnd wunded must bo cared for during a number of weeks and tho troops must remain under arms In tho field for months during tho scvero winter weather, with all tho suffering and sickness this will entail. Tho services of the Amcricau Hcd Cros3 will bo rendered Impartially to all tho combatants concerned, but It Is, of course, open to any subscriber to designate r. donation for tho special assistance of ono or tho other October 25 Servians tako Kuma-noy-- a of tho belligerent parties, nnd instrucand other Turkish cities. tions to that effect will bo strictly October JC Servians capture observed. Montenegrins lnv)3t Scutari. Contributions should bo sent to tho capture American Red Cross, Washington, D. Bulgarians October 27 near Adrlnople. C, to Mr. Jacob H. Schlff, Red Cross capture Offlco, United Charities Building, New October 30 Bulgarians Ked Lulo Burgas. York City, or any other local November 1 Bulgarians occupy Cross treasurer. beDemotlca, cutting communication (Signed) tween Adrlnople and Constantinople; Wm. H. Tnft, Greek torpedo sinks Turkish crulssr. President American lied Cross November 2 Turks driven back In three-da- y battle to Tchore. SALE COMMISSIONER'S November 3 Turks in full retreat on Constantinople, Porte asks E. T. Fish, Plaintiff for mediation by Powers. vs Nov. S Greeks capture Salonika. Annie Moran Maupln, Defendant Under and by virtue of a Judgment HARTS SETTLEMENT and order of sale rendered at the Next Sunday afternoon Mr. Hud- October Term, 1911, of the Madison son will preach at Harto Settlement Circuit Court, In the above styled nnd conduct a Communion service. A action, tho undersigned Master Comgood audlenco wau present last week missioner of said Court will, on to hear Pastor Roberts or tho Union Monday, December 2, 1912, In front cf tho Court Houso door In Richmond, church. Ky., at 11 o'clock a. m., sell to the SILVER CREEKliiAPEL highest and best bidder at Public Undo Joo Hopper will preach nt Auction the following described propproSliver Creek Chapel, near Whltoa erty or as much thereof as will Station next Sunday, tho 17th, it duce tho sum of IS2.25, tho amount ordered mado: Two village lots on 11 o'clock a. m. and C p. m. tho glade lu Berea, Ky., each lot and 100 feet front cn Ellipse St, 283 feet deep, and adjoining tho lot Ed Moran and Breck Blytho and being tho same land conveyed to defendant Ann Maupln and Samuel Moran by doed recorded In deed book 41 at page 541. bo TERMS: Said property will sold on a credit of Six 'Months time, tho Purchaser being required to execute bond with approved security for tho purchase money; with Hen retained on tho property until all tho purchase money Is, paid. II. C. nice, M. C. M. C. C. Us-ku- b; I I I Use a crochet hook to knit tho thread dropped in a drop stitch stocking, then when fastened there is no ugly strain. A most beautiful as well as a useful tray may be made by framing any rare laco or cholco embroidery In a wooden frame, cover tho back with felt to keep It from scratching tho table, put handles on the ends and your tray Is ready. When choice toilet Boap wears down to a tbln piece, place" It while wet en a new cake, and when dry It will be a part of It. Oil children's shoes with vasellno and they will wear better and bo wa terproof. Use a grater to remove a slight scorch from bread or cake. When cooling pies, place them on a raised surface bo that tho air may clr-- ; culate under them. It will save the crusts from being soggy many times. Mend veils with hair and tho rent will not be noticed. When leaving tubs for some time, put Into the bottom and well up on the sides several thicknesses of paper, then pour In several gallons of water. The paper will hold the moisture long after the water has evaporated from the tub. Darn table linen on the machine. Remove tho foot, place the linen In embroidery loops and darn back and ' I forth with stitching. , THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION LYCEUM NUMBER Tho Orphcans as a wholo wcro entertaining. Whllo not quite up to tho usual standard of tho Itedpath attractions, still tho ovenlng was enjoyed very much by thoso present. The program was not at all heavy cr was classical, and In somo parts even mediocre. Tho Saxaphono solo good, as was tho was especially work of tho big basso. UNITED STATES NEWS Continued from EACH iili-hc- iagt ouc BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE M PricesRUht J, D. CLARKSTON Q'vcUs "Call cation and rest, but 11 remains to bo seen whether his wish will bo rospect-od, Democratic hosts the country over ed. "Done nt tho City of Washington being pretty hungry, applicants already being In tho field for every this 7th day of November, in the year presidential jwatclflco In the land. of our Lord ono thousand rlno hundred and twclvo, and of the IndeTAFT TO RALLY FORCES of not discouraged, pendence of tho United States President Taft Is h. Amorlca tho ono hundred nnd and has held soveral Important conferences during the week with par(Signed) "WILLIAM H. TAFT. ty leaders looking to tho rallying of "By the President: tho defeated and scattered forces "ALVEY A. McADOO. and a plan of campaign to bo car"Acting Secretary of State." ried the succeeding four years. thirty-sevent- Washington, Nov. 7. Pres. Ta!t issued tho 'Thanksgiving proclamation setting asldo ,'ovember :8 for tho observance of that day. Tha proclamation follows: United "By the President of tho States of America: "A Proclamation: g nation like ours "A owes It to its Inborn and sincere senso of moral duty to testify Its devout gratitude to tho All Giver for the countless benefits it has enjoyed. For many years It has been customary at tho closo of the year for the national exccutlvo to call upon to offer pralso his and thanks to God for tho manifold blessings vouchsafed to them In tho past and to unlto In earnest supplication for their continuance. "Tho year now drawing to a closo has been notably favorable to our land. At peace within and without, free from tho perturbations and calamities that havo afflicted other peoples; rich In harvest so abundant and In Industries so productive that the overflow of our prosperity has advantaged tho whole world; strong In tho ctoadftst observation Of tho herltago of self government; bequeathed to us by our fathers and firm In the resolvo to transmit that horltago unimpaired but rather improved by good use, to our children and our children's children for all tlmo to conto, tho peoplo of this country have abounding causo for contented gratitude. "Whoreforo, I, William Howard Taft, lresldcnt of tho United States of America In pursuance of a usago and In rccponso to tho wish of tho American peoplo, Invite they my countrymen, wheresoever may sojourn, to Join on Thursday, the 28tb day of this month of November In appropriate ascription of praloo and thanks to God for tho good gifts that havo been our portion and In humblo prayer that His great mercies toward us may endure. "In witness whereof I have herethe unto set my hand and caused seal of the United States to bo affixtoday fellow-countrym- . Page Six. THE CITIZEN. Ihey aro well r.rovldd for. Will 700 omo?" , "Yep, I'll come," mid Billy. "Lct'a ' cat, llrst thing no do." "Como "All right," agreed Slnton. Into this restnurnnt." lie lifted Hilly to the Ititirli counter mid ordered tlio clerk to giro Mm 111 many glasses of milk ns ho wanted nnd n biscuit "I ttdnk there' going to lie fried chicken when wo pet home. Hilly," he unld, "so you Just take the edge olT now nnd Oil up Inter." Slnton missed the lines at tho first effort, but tho dragging post Impeded the horse, nnd ho soon caught them. Ho led them to the bnrn nnd ordered Hilly to renin In In tho cnrrlngo Then lending whllo ho unhitched. Billy nnd cnrrylng his packages ho tho yard. "You run piny n fow minutes, Hilly," ho snld. "I want to talk to tho nlco Indy." Tho nlco lady was looking rnther stupefied ns Slnton npproached her. "Whcro fn tho nnmo of sense did ' CHAPTER X. you get Hint nwful clrtld?" she Her husbnnd told her Billy's Wherein Dilly Createe a Sentatten In Btory. the Sinton Heme. "Ho's hnlf starved. I want to wash UII.I: Ittlly lunched Slnton call. deport-- ' him nnd put clean clothes on him nnd ed up the. different give him somo supper," ho said. inentH nnd uotltled tho proper "Havo you got anything to put on ' en-tcr; November 1.1,1912. no church going and Bible reidlng for thlr fnmlly. How do you reconcllo that 'sufunto mp' fer llttlo children to com Willi tho wny you nre treating Hilly?" Mnrgnret nrose. "I hnven't treated that child, I have only let him alone. Ho needs I can barely hold myself. the hide tnnned nbout off him." "If you'd enred to look nt his body you'd know that you couldn't find n placo to strlko without cutting Into a raw spot." said Slntmi. "Besides. Hilly lms not dono n Ihlng for which n child should ho punished, lie Is only full of life, no training and wlih n Isiy's lovo of mischief. Ho Is Just a bully llttlo chap, nnd I love him." "Oi. good heavens!" cried Mnrgnrct, going Into the house ns sho spoke. CHAPTER XI. Wherein Mrs. Comitoek and Mrs, Sin- ton Clath Over Dilly. TTTIINTON snt still. At Inst Hilly. tired of the swing, cmno to him and leaned his slight body against the big knee. "Am I going to Bleep here?" ho asked. 'Sure you nre." said Slnton. "Whcro can heslcepT' ho nsked Mar- ' wheel. a. .W '7 L nuthorltles, ending with tho Ho sent Women's llcllef association. o basket of food to Hello nnd Jimmy, bought Hilly n pair of trousers nnd n shirt nnd went to bring Elnora. -Why. Undo Wesley!" cried tho girl, "Where did you llnd Hilly?" "I've adopted him for tho tlmo being, w Copyright, 1909, by Doubleday, Page A. Company. - PROLOGUE. It was in tho wood3 itiat the girl of tho Limbcrlosl found her education, her love, her happiness and other good things, so, rightly, tho air of tho trees is in this story of her life. Hero is a tale for lovers of tho woods and for others who like a sinple story well told by one who knows the forest, can tell about "homo folks" and can find the interest tn evervdav lives. Through theso pa"es flutter tho brilliant butter- fly of tangled romance, the more sober butterjly no less beautiful, of noble, quiet lives, well lived, and the gray motn of sorrow borne needlessly for many years. And if you listen closely you may hear the buzz of the little, busy existence of Billy, a youngster worth your knowing. TTe hail gono tho limit nnd a little beyond. Ho was now facing eternity. Slnton went out nnd closed tho door. "Your father Is sick nnd needs help," he said. "You stay hero nnd I will send n man to sec him." "If you Just let him 'lone, ho'll sleep It off," volunteered Billy. "Ho's that way nil tho time, but ho wakes P nnd gets us something to cat after awhile. Only waltln' twists you up In- sldo pretty bad." Tho boy woro no nlr of complaint Uc was merely stating facts. I Wesley Slnton looked hard at BUIy. you twisted up Inside now?" ho . "Are him. I band on ft of llIg ,,tomach nml tuo luy Uttlo waist sank closo to the backbone. "Bet your life, boss," he said cheerfully. "How long have you been twisted?" nsked Slnton. Hilly appealed to tho others. "When was It we bad tho stuff on the bridge?' "Yesterday morning," said tho girl. act ar Elnora Although a eiQ'l "Is that all gone?" nsked Slnton. entering 1 Igh sctool. Is attained br "She went and told us to tako It her country diess. She needs 120 for books and tuition fees. Iter mother la home," said Billy ruefully, "and 'cause Wisympathetlc. .md Elnora telle her trou- she said to, wc took It. Pa had como ble to Weeley Mnton, an old neighbor. i back, ho was drinking some more, nnd When Elnora was born her father waa he ate a lot of It most the whole In a swamp, embittering her thing, and It made him sick as a dog, drowned Bsothera life. Klnora determines to ralaa money by gathering forest specimen. and he went and wasted all of It. Then be got drunk sotno more', and The Slntona buy clothes for her. "Elnora. gcttlne her books cheaply, flnda now he's asleep again. Wo didn't get hnnllv none" market with the Dlrd Woman for Indian lilies, etc Ynii rhil.iivn sit on tho stens until lira. Comstoc.Va devotion to her hus- the man comes," said Sinton. "I'll band'! memory will not permit her to send you some things to ent with him. ell trees or have oil wella dug on her What's your name, sonny?" land. The Simons bring Elnora new "Billy." said tho boy. clothing "Well. Billy, I guess you better Elnora Is delighted with her outfit Her mother says she must pay for It. Wescome with me. I'll take care of him," ley and Margaret Slnton discuss the gtrl'a Slnton promised the others. Ho reachaffairs. SYNOPSIS Com-Stoc- k, If not longer," replied Slnton. "Where did you get him" queried tho astonished Elnora. "Well, young womnn," Bald Slnton, "Mr. Ilrownlee told uio tho history of jour luneh box. It didn't Bccm bo funny to roe ns It does to tho rest of them, bo 1 went to look up the father of family nnd make him tnke enro of them or pllow the liiv to do It for him. It will have to bo tho law." "He's deader than nnythlngl" broko ' In Hilly, "lie enn't ever tako nil tho meat nny more." "Hilly!" gapped Klnora. "Never you mlndl" said Slnton. "A child don't say such things nbout a fa-- ' ther who loved nnd raised him right. When It happens the father alone Is to blnme. You won't hear Hilly talk llko that ubout uio when I cross over." "You don't mean you aro going to tako him to keen!" mimi s00n ,u,ca iicln." said Slnton. "Tjllly will come In Just nbout right ten yCaM frow noWi unij if i rniso him I'll navc nm the way I want him." ijut ,nnt Mnrgnrct dou't llko boys," objcctcil Elnorn, "Sho won't want hfra i ncr dome." i in our i,onie," corrected Slnton. ' ''What makes you want him?" mar- veled Klnora. "God only knows." said Slnton. "Bll. jy nn't so beautiful, nnd ho nln't no smart. i guess Its because no a so human. My heart goes out to him." "So did mine." snld Elnora. "I lovo him. I'd rather seo him cat my lunch than havo It myself nny time." "What makes you like him?" nsked Slnton. "Why, I don't know." pondered "He's so little, ho needs so much, he's got such splendid grit nnd ho's perfectly unselfish with bU brother and sister! But wo must wash him I before Aunt Margaret sees him. wonder If mother" "You needn't bother. I'm going to tako him homo the way ho Is,", said Slnton. "I want Magglo to see the worst of It" "I'm afraid" began Elnora. "So am I." said Slnton. "but I won't give him up. lie's taken a sort of grip on ray heart. I've always been crazy ' for a boy. Don't let him hear us." "Don't let him get killed!" cried El- During their talk Hilly had noru. II 1111 rcarti nna Irk f ltd ff CT I lift V II barely escaped tho wheels of a passing automobile In an effort to catch n Btray kitten that seemed In danger. Slnton drew Billy back to the walk mid held his hand closely. When they 's I , IC ed a band to Billy. Fete Corson, a Llmberlost frequenter, "I ain't no baby, I'm a boy," said warns Elnora not to visit the Llmberlost, at night or go far Into thai awamp at any Billy as he sbufllcd along beside Slnton, taking a kick at every movable Urn. Billy, a bright but untrained little chap, object without regard to his battered with a shiftless father and hungry broth- toes. er and sister, gets Elnora'a luncheon. Once they passed a Great Dane dog Wesley, troubled by Corson'a warning. In- lolling after Its master, nnd Billy asvestigates. cended Slnton ns If ho was n tree nnd "Slnton flnda some one has been spying clung to htm with trembling hot hands. on Elnora. The girl feeds Billy again. "I ain't afraid of that dog," scoffed She Is "taken up" by the high school Billy as he was again placed on tho girls. walk, "but onc't he took mo for a rat Ish. Tell me tho fun and let mo help or somepln and bis teeth cut Into my you." back. If I'd n dono right I'd n took Hrownleo wiped his eyes. tho law on him." "I supposed you knew, but I see she Slnton looked down Into tho Indighasn't told." nant little face. Tho child was bright tho three days' history of tho enough, bo had a good head, but, oh, Then lunch box was repeated with particu- such a body! lars which Included the dog. Wesley Slnton reached his hand. "Now laugh," coucluded Ilrownlee. They wero coming luto tho business "Blessed If I seo anything funny," part of Onabasha. nnd tho streets wero replied Slnton. "And If you had .1 .... ,.,1 I, ,n mnnn DIM.. bought that box and furnished one of liuwuiu. D1UJ uiiuaniwu lb iv mvan companion and thoso lunches yourself you wouldn t took a grin. That little hot band either. I call such a work a shame. clinging tight to bis. tho sore feet I'll have It stopped." recklessly scouring the walk, tho hun"Sorao ono must seo to that, all gry child panting for breath ns ho right They aro llttlo leeches. Their tried to keep even, caught Slnton In a father earns enough to support them. tender, empty spot. " ,,uc u,,,u "Say. Bon." ho said, "how would yon tTr " like to bo washed clean nnd have aH CWKltl 1UUU. UUb H OtUilUjiUUU ,1 supper your skin could bold nnd you think It over you will seo It If you the In good bed?" Bleep n don't now." "Aw. gee!" said Billy. "I nln't dead "About whcro would n body find yet. Them things Is In heaven. Poor that father?" Inquired Sluton grimly. folks can't havo them. Ta said so." mt. urown.eo to.u mm. uuu ue ..We cfln bavo tDom ,f yo locating tho bouso with llttlo difficulty. 'wnut t0 R0 wlth rao nm, gct tncm uouse wns mo prui:r wuiu, i rromlsed Slnton. homo there was no sign. Just a small "Kin I tako bo mo to Jimmy ana empty bouso with thrco unkempt llttlo tlello?" children racing through and around It "If you'll como with mo and bo my Tho girl and the elder boy bung back, Xy I'll seo that they havo plenty." but dirty llttlo Billy greeted Slnton "What will pa say?" you want hero?" with, "What "Your pa Is In that kind of sleep now "I want to seo your father," said where ho won't wako up, Billy," said Blnton. Blnton. "I nm pretty sure tho law "Well, ho'a asleep." said Billy. will glvo you to mo If you want to "Where?" asked Slnton. come." "In the house," answered Billy, "and "When pcoplo don't over wako up you can't wake him." they're dead," announced Billy. "Ia "Well, I'll try," said Wesley. my pa dead?" Billy led tho way. "Thero ho III" "Yes, bo Is." answered Slnton. be said. "Ho la drunk again." "And you'll take care of Jimmy and On a dirty mattress In a corner lay Belle, too?" sleeping man who appeared to be "I cau't adopt all three of you," (aid atrong and wcll. Blnton. "I'll take you and seo that DllIy was right. You could not awake ' l.t TFJ" I "See me make 'em gol" he shouted as the whip fell a second time. ir started homo BUly Bat on t lip front teat. Ho drove with tho hitching strap tied to tho railing of tho dashboard, flourished the whip nnd yelled with delight. At ilrst Sinton laughed with him, buf by the time ho left Elnora with several packages nt her gate ho away!" was looking serious enough, Margaret was at tho door as they drovo up the lane. Slnton left Billy In tho carriage, hitched the horses and went to explain to her. Ho had not reached her before sho cried, "Look, Wesley, that child! You'll havo a run- Wesley looked and ran. Billy waa standing In tho cnrrlago slashing the mettlesomo horses with tho whip. "Seo mo make 'cm got" ho shouted as tho whip fell a second time. Ho did mako tbem go. They took the bitching post and a few fenco pal Incs, which ncraped the paint from ft mended tho fence, with Billy hold-- . Ing tho nails nnd handing tho pickets. Then ho (Hied the old hole, digged n new ono nnd set tho hitching post Billy hopped' on ono foot at his task of holding the post steady ns tho earth wns packed round It. Thero was not tho shadow of troiiblo on his llttlo freckled fnee. Slnton threw In stones nnd pounded tho enrth solid nround tho post. Tho sound of n gulping sob attracted him to Hilly. Tho tenrs wero "If I'd n rolling down his checks. knowed you'd have to get down In n hole nnd work so hard I wouldn't V tilt the horses." ho said. "Never you mind. Hilly," wnld Slnton. "You will know next time, so you can think over It nnd mnko up your mind whether you really want to bo-' foro you strike." put away I Slnton went to tho barn to him?" tho tools. He thought Billy nt his "Yes." heels, but tho boy lagged on tho wny. "Where did jou get It?" "Bought It. It nln't much. All I got A big. snowy turkey gobbler resented tho small Intruder In his especial didn't cost n dollar." nnd with sprend tnll nnd drng-gln"A dollar Is n good deal when you wings enmo nt him threateningly. work for it tho way wo do." "Well, I don't know a better placo If that turkey gobbler had known tho ? sort of things with which Billy wns to put It. Have you got any hot I'll uso this tub lit tho cistern, accustomed to holding his own ho rieaso give me some soap nnd towels." never would havo Issued that chalInstead Margaret pushed by him lenge. Billy nccepled Instnntly. Ho with n shriek. Billy bml played by danced nround with stiff nrms nt his producing n cord from his pocket, nnd, sides nnd Imitated tho gobbler. Then hnvlng tied the tails of Margaret's eanio his opportunity nnd ho Jumped while kittens together, ho had climbed on tho big turkey's back. Wesley on a box nnd hung them across tho honrd Margaret's scream In tlmo to Wild with fright, tho kit- seo tho flying lenp nnd ndmlro Its dexclothesline. tens were clawing each other to death, terity. Tho turkey tucked Its tnl' nnd Billy slid from its back nnd the air won whlto with fur. Tho scampered. string had twIsteJ. nnd tho frightened and ns he fell ho clutched wildly, creatures could not recognize friends. caught '.ho folded tnll and Insilncthely Margaret stepped back with bleeding hung on for life. Tho turkey gavo .o hands. Slnton cut the cord with his scream nnd relaxed Its muscles. T ion knife, and the .poor llttlo eats raced it tied In disfigured defeat to the hayunder tho house, bleedlug and dlsflg-ure- stack. Billy scrambled to his feet Mnrgatet, whlto with wrath, holding tho tall, and his eyes wero bulging. faced Slnton. "If you don't hitch up nnd tako that "Why, tho blasted old thing camo animal back to town." sho said, "I off!" ho said to Slnton, holding out will." tho tall In amazed wonder. Billy threw himself on tho grass forgot cnught suddenly, Slnton, scream. nnd began to everything nnd ronrcd. Seeing which, chicken Billy thought n turkey tnll of no ac"You said I could have fried for supper," he walled. "You said she count and llung that ono high abovo was n nice lady." him, shouting with childish laughter Slnton lifted htm, nnd something In as the feathers scattered nnd fell. bis mnnner or handling tho child Infii-- i Mnrgnrct, watching, burst Into tears. rlated Margaret Ills touch was m Wesley had gono mad. For tho first gentle! She renched for Billy nnd grip- time In her married life sho wanted ped lilt shirt collar In the back. to tell her mother. When Wesley had hand closed over hers. waited until ho was so hungry ho "(leutly, girll" he said. "This llttlo could wait no longer ho Invaded tho body Is covered with sores." kitchen to And n cooked supper baking "Sores? on tho back of tho stove, whllo Marshe ejnculated. "Sores!" What kind of sores?" garet with red eyes nursed n ralr of "Oh, thoy might bo from b rubes demoralized white kittens. made by lists or boot toe, or they i "Is supper ready?" ho asked. might be bad blood from wrong entlug, "It has been for an hour," answered or they might bo pure tilth. Will you Margaret. I hntid me some towels?" "Why didn't you call us?" "No, 1 won't," Fald Mnrgnret too much comrade-shi- p ' That "us" had "Well, give me some rags, then." In It It Irritated Margaret. Margaret compromised on pieces of "I supposed It would tako you even old tablecloth. longer than that to fix things decent Slnton led Billy to tho cistern, pump- again. As for my turkey and my poor ed cold vnt-- luto the tub, poured In n llttlo kittens they don't matter." kcttlo of hot mid. beginning at the "I nm mighty sorry nbout them, Marhead, scoured him. The boy shut his garet, you know that Billy Is very word, bright, nnd ho will soon learn" llttlo teeth and said never a though ho twisted occasionally when "Soon learn!" cried Margaret "Westho soap struck n raw spot. Margaret ley Slnton, you don't mean to say that wiitcbed the process from tho window you think of keeping that creature In nmazed nnd ever Increasing anger. hero for some time?" , now , uero u.u wesiey .earn n of kcopnB tlccent. I could his blK hands be so gentle? bin - ; wcll hehaxvil , y" I1UU1. IUU U1I11U IU Margaret set the supper on tho table. "Have you got any peroxide?" Seeing the old red cloth, Wesley stared "A little," khe uuswered stlilly. In nmazement. Then ho understood. "Well, 1 need nbout n pint, but I'll Billy enpered nround In delight , begin on whnt you have." "Ain't that pretty?" ho exulted. "I Margaret handed him tho bottle. wish Jimmy nnd Bcllo could seo. We, Wesley took n cup, weakened tho drug why, we 1st ent out of our hands or off and said to Billy; "Man, theso sores on a old drygoods Itox, nnd when wo fix you must bo healed. Then you must up a lot wo havo newspaper. Wo nln't (eat the kind of food that's flt for llttlo ever had n nice red cloth llko this." , medlclno men. I nm going to put same Wesley looked straight nt Margaret, on you, nnd It Is going to sting like tire. so Intently that sho turned nway, her ' If It Just runs off I won't use any more. faco flushing. He stacked tho dictionIf it bolls there Is poison In theso ary and tho geography of tho world places, and they must bo tied up. dosed on a chair and lifted Billy beside him. every day, and you must be washed IIo heaped n pinto generously,. cut tho and kept mighty clean. Now, hold food, put a fork Into Billy's llttlo (1st I nm going to put It on." still, because and mndo him ent slowly and properly. "I think tho one on my leg Is tho Billy did his best. Occasionally greed holdworst," said tho undaunted Billy, overcame him, and ho used his left ing out n raw place. Slnton poured on hand to pop n blto Into his mouth with ' the drug. Billy's body twisted and his Angers. Theso lapses Wesley pa- ' run he ' reT'look a Tbo I " he cried. "I Benera nstruc Ions. guess they'a poison. You'll havo to do did not spill nnythlng on his clothing to all of them." It or the cloth. After supper Wesley took Shitou's teeth wero set ns ho watch. ' ed tho boy's fdce. Ho poured tho drug, him to tho barn until ho finished tho strong enough to do effective work, on night work. Then ho went nnd snt by Margaret on tho front porch. Billy n dozen places over that llttlo body tho hammock nnd swung by and bandaged nil ho could. Billys pulling a ropo tied around n tree. Tho lips quivered at times, nnd his chin very energy with which ho went nt Jumped, but ho did not shed a tear a sound other than to tako a the work of swinging himself appealed or utter to Wesley. deep Interest In tho boiling. "Mercy, but ho's nn nctlvo llttlo "Now nm I clean?" nsked Billy. "Yes. you are clean outside," said Slu- body!" bo sold. "Thero Isn't a lazy ton. "Thero Is somo dirty blood lu your bono In blm. See how ho works to pay body, and somo bad words In your for his fun." "Thero goes his foot through It!" mouth, that wo havo to get out, but If wo put right cried Margaret. "Wesley, ho shall uot tnkes time. that things to cat Into your Htomnch that ruin my hammock." "0f cours u shan'tl" said Wesley, will do awnv with tho sores, aud If Hilly; let mo show you, you know that I don't llko bad words Thereupon bo explained to Billy that you won't say them any oftencr than ladles wearing beautiful whlto dresses you can help, will you, Billy?" Billy leaned against Sluton In ap- sat In hammocks, so llttlo boys must not put their dusty feet In them. They parent Indifference. must Just sit In them and let their feet wunt to seo met" bo demanded. "I "How long uutll supper, Margaret?" hang down. Billy Immediately sat aud allowed his feet to awing. nsked Sinton. "Margaret," said Slnton after a long "You aro going to keep him for supatleuco on tho porch, "Isn't It truo that per?" sho asked. "Sure!" said Blnton. "That's wiiat If Billy had been a half starved soro dog or animal of nny sort that you I brought blm for. It's likely ho never cat, had a good squaro meal of decent would havo pitied nnd helped caro for food In hU life. Ho's starved to the It and been glad to seo mo get any pleasure out of It I could?" . bone." "Yes." said Margaret coldly. Margaret nroso deliberately, removed tlu uhltn ninth from tho sunner tablo i "But becauso I brought a child with and substituted an old red ono sho un Immortal soul thero Is no welcome" "iuat isu i n cmui. ira on animal." used to wrap tho bread. Sho put "Yol ius ald you would havo d away tho pretty dishes they commonly aud set the tablo with old plates corned un nnltnal." o. I meant a tame a WH for pies and kitchen utensils. But sbo fried the chicken and was generous be,a;" , nllly "ot a beast," said Wesley with milk and honey, auowy bread, ho,lv' "ne ' n vwy Httlo boy. gravy, potatoes and fruit. BIhtoa repainted the acritchedwhsel. Margaret, you'vo always done the I 1 g wn-tcrSin-ton- 's . r I garet. "I'm sure "Oh. I I don't know," sho can sleep 1st nny place," snld "ou'the lloor or nny where. Homo I sleep on pn'a coat on n storo box, and Jimmy nnd Hello they sleep on tho storo box too. I siren between them so's I don't roll off and crack my hen Ain't vou cot a store box nnd n o BUly, coatr ,,,. T' rT I I Slnton nroso and opened a folding lounge. Then he brought nn nrmlond of clean horse blankets from n closet Theso don't look like the nlco whlto bed n llttlo boy should hnve. Hilly," ho snld. "but we'll mnkc them do. This will beat n slore box nil hollow " Hilly took n long lenp for the lounge. When he found It bounced he proceeded to bounco until ho was tired. Hy that time the blnnkets hnd to bo refolded. Wesley had Billy take ono end nnd help, while both of them seemed to enjoy tho Job. Then Billy Iny dowu nnd curled up In his clothes like n llttlo dog. But sleep would nut como. Finally he Bat up. Ho stared nround restlessly Then he nroo. went lo Slnton nnd leaned ngnlnst his knee. 8lnton picked up tho boy nnd folded his arms nround him. Billy sighed lu lopturoua content. That bed feels so lost like." ho said. "Jimmy nlwnys Jabbed mo on ono aldo nnd Belle on tho other, and so I knew I was there." Billy slid from Sluton's arms and until ho wnlked toward Margnrct reached the middle of tho room. Then he stopped and nt last sat on the floor. Finally he lay down nnd closed his eyes. "This feels moro like my bed; If only Jimmy nd Belle wns here to crowd up n little so It wasn't so alono like." "Won't I do. Billy?" nsked Slnton lu a husky voice. "Seems like Billy moved restlessly. seems like toward night ns If n body got klud o' lonesome for n woman her." "You Billy ludlcated Margaret don't llko boys, do you?" he questioned. "I like good boys." said Margaret Billy was nt her knee Instantly, "Wcll, say, I'm a good boy." be announced Joyously. -- 1 do not think boys who hurt helpless kittens aud pull out turkeys' tails aro good loys." "Yes. but I didn't hurt tho kittens." explained Billy. 'They got mad 'bout 1st a llttlo fun nnd scratched encti other. I didn't s'pose they'd act llko that And I didn't pull tho turkey's tnll. I 1st held on to tho first thing I grabbed and the turkey pulled. Honest. It wns tho turkey pulled." no turned to Slnton. "You tell her. didn't know Didn't tho turkey pull? Its tnll was loose, did I?" "I don't thluk you did. Billy." said Slnton. Billy stared Into Margaret's cold face. "Sometimes at night Bcllo sit on the floor and I lay my bend In her lap. I could pull up n chair and lay my head In your lni llko this, I mean." Hilly pulled up n chair, climbed on It nnd laid his head on Margn-rct'- a In p. Then bo shut his eyijajj again. Mnrgnret could hnve lonktj llttlo more repulsed If bo bad been a snake. Billy was won up. "My, but your lap Is hard." ho said. "And you nro n good deal fatter 'an Belle, too." Ho slid from tho chair and camo back to tho mlddlo of tho room. "Oh, tut I wlsht ray pa wasn't dendl" bo cried. Tho flood broko and Billy "ncrcnmed In desperation. Out of tho night n sort, worm young flguro Unshed through tho door and with n swoop caught blm In her arms. Sho dropped Into a chair, nestled him closely nnd drooped her fragrant brown bead over his llttlo bullet eyed red ono and rocked softly as Bho crooned over him: "BUI), boy, .where havo you been? Oh, I have been to neck a wlfo. Bhe'a tho Joy of my life. But. then, slte'a a younir thing, and aha can't leavo her mammy I" Billy gripped her with a death grip. Elnora wiped his eyes, kissed bis faco, wayed aud sang. "Do you love mo tight as that?" bo questioned blissfully. "Yes, bushels nnd bushels," said Elnora. "Better than any llttlo boy In tho wbolo world." Billy looked nt Margaret "Shodon'tl" bo said. "Sho don't want mo hero 't 1 wet-use- "fr all." Elnora smothered bis faco against ber breast nnd rocked. "You lovo me. don't you?" ho said. "I will If you will go to sleep." "Every single day you will glvo mo your dinner for tho bologna, won't your said Billy. (Continued next week.) November 14, 1912. THE CITIZEN Page. Seven Ann nniinrnifi niiTu' TION IS A DUTY ! SHOULD RAISE MORE MULES INTENSIVE FARMING Conducted by FRANK S. MONTGOMERY, M.S. Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door FARMER OWE8 IT TO Hit. Holing Up The Vegetables lTHE p1FIT8 OF THE FARM AND CHILDREN FUTURE MAY DE GREATLY IN- ! GENERATION Threo things aro necessary In hoi and a half feet along tho rldgo. Now CREA8ED Ing up vegetables and apples. First, talco threo boards no long as your thoy must ba kept from frcezjng; liolo and about six Inches wide," Set Hit Farm Should B Left More Fertile Dy This Class of 8tock Raising Second, they must bo kept compara- two of them on edgo, lay tho third Than He Found It Proper Care United States Government Needs tively dry; Third, they need vontlla-tloalong on top and nail It to tho two Increases Soil Fertility. A very almplo methed of More Mules. on odgu, thuo making a trough. Place Our agricultural papen of the presall three of theso results this trough upsldo down along tho The South has been the homo of tho Is as follows: rldgo of your vegetables and then ent time and of the past have been A placo largo enough to hold all spread a good covering of straw or filled with mothods of how to farm American trotting nnd saddlo horso, but of lato years thcro has been a tho vegetables and apples you wish leaves over trough and all beforo better and tho money profits to be from the uso of better methods growing necessity for draft hoursos to put away rhould bo dug out about throwing up tho dirt. Cover over wth In farming until now almost every and mules, due to tho fact that tho n foot deep and tho bottom should enough dirt to leavo a trench deeper Ithan tho floor of tho, hole, nil around, farmer knows how to farm better than farmer needs a greater amount of bo covered with old boards, or flat llko rails. Then boards, then set short boards all around to he Is doing. Hundreds know how to power on tho farm to profitably conmaintain tholr soli and keep It In bet- duct his agricultural work. This can nay about six Inches wide, or rails drain off tho rain and snow. ter condition than they aro doing, nnd be dono In two ways, cither by a great- should bo. pet up odgowlso around tho Tho ventilator at tho top can be through neglect, Indlffcronco nnd caro-- , er numbor of horses or through tho sides so ns to be able to mako n closed at tho ends during extremely Icemen, are letting soil fertility go uso of larger horses. Tho horse-drawdeeper pllo of tho vegetables. Put n provent freezing. machinery on tho farm at tho present moderate covering of straw over this cold weather to to waste. each time Is gradually Increasing tho area floor and then begin at ono end to Do suro to remember whero Tho great majority of land owning Iklnd of vcgetablo was put, so as to of tho United States Intend to. which ono man farms. pllo up tho potatoes. Drlvo a couplu farmers bo ablo to get what you want at vnr-- 1 uih tho same farm tor agricultural j Tho uto of largo horses and ma- cf stakes lute tho ground along tho lous times without disturbing others. jurposes tho remainder of their life, chinery Is a large factor In determin- end of tho floor bo as to set shoit up during It over to their children, ing tho profits of tho farmer. Tho boards pn edgu to pllo tho potatoes , When tho holo Is opened then turn tho winter to get a supply it . .. .t. r.. m. Iff - II most profltnblo farms of have (.gainst. When you havo got mast very up again e same land. How many of theso more and better horses nnd aro also of tho potatoes in, you can tell about bliould bo covered carefully to keep out water and premen ever stopped to think what a how much spaco they will take, then vent freezing. Two or threo weeks' great handicap they would be placing uso moro short boards for a partisupply should bo taken out at once on the future prosperity .of a child by tion and pile in your turnips, My, as to disturb tho hole as llttlo ns bequeathing to him a farm worn out against tho other sldo to hold tho bo possible. In fertility; one on which taxes were the boards in place as you flit In high and tho producing capacity very Vegetables holed up In this way rest of tho potatoes. Proceed In this low, low In fertility becauto of years will como out in Uto spring as nice way partitioning off all your differof careless handling? Is It not the ent vegetables from each other, and and fresh aa when they wero put duty of every farmer to leavo tho land from the apples till all aro In place. In, nnd apples will keep much longer as rich as he found It, and In as good Thoy may bo heaped up two or two than it left in the open. tillable condition? Certainly; he owes that to his children and futuro Caring for Calves generations. If a few of tho farmers of the past generation or many moro In order. to obtain a beef animal of them from tho corn you are putting away in tho crib. Theso soft cars of the present generation could foro- tho right form and uuullty it is necessary to start with tho calf. Great and nubbins should bo chopped Into Inch changes have taken place in tho last thin slices not over half an These Mules Sold for 1600. few years in tho methods of feeding thick with tho corn cutter for calves raising more colts than the less profit- calves. Careful feeders now are agreed under six months old. Sprinkle able farms. Tho profits from each that tho best way to ralso calves about as much bran over farm could bo materially Increased If is to let them suck for a fow weeks tho chopped core as thcro is corn Itone team on tho farm consisted of a then tako them from tho cows and self nnd glvo tho calves all tho span of mares, preferably of heavy teach them to drink wholo milk first, der and clover hay they want to eat. type, and require each mare to pro- then begin to mix a little fresh skim Contlnuo this through tho winter and duce a draft colt or mule each year. milk with it and gradually increase In th& early spring after your sett If tho date of foaling Is properly tho skim milk until In a few weeks corn is gono tako car corn to the timed, the uso of tho pair of marcs no whole Calves mill and havo It ground up cob nnd milk Is needed. for farm work Is not Interfered with taught to cat some grain all for tho calves continuing to mix In tho least. Tho work can be done should bo A t West Virginia Farm. this with brood marcs on tho farm as with and bran when only a fow weeks old. bran with thlo feed. Contlnuo any horse power, and In addition a re- It Is a very good thing to havo some feeding until May, gradually diminishree their posterity eking a baro existtlaxsood meal to mix with the bran ing tho amount as tho grass gets betence on a wornout farm or trying to turn to tho farm products of a colt worth from $100 to J125. when one or otlier grain, or Just utlr it Into ter. If you havo a good patch of rye, put back In that soil some, of tho lost ypar old. The demand for heavy draft tho milk. Tkio meal is a good substias every farmer should have, tho fertility, thoy would doubtless be horses and mules Is greater tute for cream and Is very much calves can begin to get somo grac hocked. The country Is coming to than over before, but tho supply can ing early in March, and that will keep cheaper. thin 11 present practice are continued. not meet the demand, especially of the It calves aro to bo raised profit- them growing well till your orchard The farmor must prevent useless latter. grass comes on early in April. By ably they must never havo a .setTho United States government Is wasting "bf lands, leaching and loss of back In nny way, for It takes both tho mtddlo of April orchard grass will i i nun re because theyaro not stored raying out millions of dollars for draft timo and money to mako up what was be largo enough to begin to diminmid spread properly and uso a proper mules that aro produced throughout the different states of the union. This lost. Tho gcneial caro of tho calves ish tho grain food materially. rotation of crops, It can not pay to Good calves wintered In this way being true, the farmers can not afford ns regards chclter, good clean water waste plant food which will later need to produce a colt of the roadster or nnd pasture (clover pasture-ltho will grow right along during tho sumto bo replacod with commercial fortll-tier- taddle type, when he can produce a mer and should weigh COO to TOO lbs. best) Is of nearly ns treat ImporToo many farmers aro priding draft colt or mule that will demand a Do suro the by fall, and should bo worth $23 to tance as tho feeding. In tho vain glory of a bank higher price at tho ago of one to three themselves calves havo a shelter to go into when $33. But you now havo them in conaccount dollars placed In tho bank j ears. It Is cold or rainy. It thcro Is not dition to doublo your money on them C. A. I.UKDKIt, by robbing tho farm. Which Is tho barn room n cued should bo built, in a year, co don't sell them, but Instructor In Veterinary Science, place of deposit, a rich Hold or something after the order of tho one have enough corn and clover hay on Virginia University. West n commercial bank? Placing money' hand to keep them till tho next fall described In The Citizen, Oct. 24th. in the bank by raising ono kind of It takes much less feed to keep when they should weigh 1,000 to 1,100 Kraln crop continuously on n now field MOLTING IN THE HENS them In gocd condition' it they can pounds and bo worth- $G0 to $75 a nnd selling tho product off tho farm, get stay In a warm place, and it Is head. Every farmer that will returning nothing to tho soli, has but When winter eggs are desired it is oven moro important to shelter them good Bhorthora or hereford stock and me effect on tho land a short period very essential to havo tho hen shed now In tho fall beforo they are used inlso good crops can do this. of profltablo tillage. her feathers early In the fall, so that to cold weather than later on when A comparison can bo drown between on entire new coat covers the body Couldn't Be Poem. tho soil and a work animal. Work beforo the cold weather begins. If the their oy8teni3 have become adapted "I used to think she was a perfect t" tho cold. poem." "Well, Isn't she?" "No; she's h mule very hard for a short tlmo and molting Is delayed, the production of Ono of tho cheapest and best feeds not a poem at all." "Why not:" "She new feathers in cold weather Is bucIi rlvn It poor food and caro and Its on tho vitality of the fowl and for calves this tlmo of year Is the bas been snapped up and married by of usefulness Is short nnd tho a drain ' bo much of the elements of her food coft corn and nubbins ns you sort a magazine editor." Houston Post total amount of labor produced small. are needed for the plumago producWith good caro and feed tho animal tion that usually she Is not able to will do a normal amount of work ;rodiice eggs befoia tho spring every dny for many years nnd tho months. total amount of labor produced Is Tho proper months for molting nro kfarge. Take an aero of newly cleared August, .September and October, It "land and for a fow years it will pro- molting is completed during tho fall duce n largo crop of corn every year, months, tho hen begins winter In gocd if properly housed and but soon begins to fall, and not many-year- s condition, and fed, may produco eggs during tho enneed bo In tho series for Uio ' winter. early nvorago of production to be- tire Many methods have been tried to come small enough to make the crop hasten the molting season and thus f.n unprofitable one. With proper ro- sccuro more eggs In winter. All methtation of crops and care of the land ods are more or less injurious to tho n crop can be gotten which will bo fowls, and poultrymen who desire viprofitable nnd a series of years will tality as well as utility stand by Nanhow a profit for tho labor of the farm- ture's methods for tho molting hen. er. You can probably afford to wear Tho Van Dresser method of promotthe out the mule quickly and buy a new ing an early molt Is considered conto Nature's method. "It one, but the day of buying now land nearest withholding food, otther wholly sists In uid abandoning tho old Is over. An or in part, for a few days, which stopf HORTICULTURAL BUILDING, PANAMA-PACIFIINTERNA- animal will naturally die, but soil egg production, and reduces the TI0NAL EXPOSITION. properly cared for will lost forever. weight of the fowls, and then feeding The fertility is In the soil If properly heavily on a ration suitable for the. handled and made available. Look at formation of the feathers and general of the most notable buildings at the Panama-Pacifibuilding up of the system." the land In the old countrles-'Eng-la- nd, Exposition at San Francisco In 1015 will bo the great The fewls are kept In small yards admitted to have tho best farmof Horticulture, constructed of glass, covering over Ave whero nothing but green food and waers In the world, is sroductlng more acres, or two city squares In extent, and surmounted by a dome given them for two wcoks. per aero on her old land than the ter are 160 feet high. The Palace of Horticulture will be set In a great tropical American Is on his nower fields. The After this time thoy are liberally fed garden near the main entrance to the exposition grounds. It will be Chinese are farming lands which they a ration rich In protein or nltro 072 foot long aud Its greatest width will bo 320 feet. An Impressive nave rave tilled for hundreds of years, but genous food, which Is especially valeighty feet high will run the length of the building and paralleling the there farmers care proporty for their uable for tho growth of feathers. central nave on either side will be two side aisles fifty foot In height A mixture made of 4 parts wheat, soil. At the main entrance to tho bulldlug a huge arch will be adorned with C parts corn, 1 part beet scraps, and The man who knows he Is not propclassic uggestiro of tho purpose of the structure. The enmeal forms a very good erly caring for his land and does not J part linseed trance and Interior of tho Palace of Horticulture will bo decorated with should be do anything to remedy the evil, Is no molting ration. With this trellises upon which flowering vines will be trained. When tho exposibetter than any other man who Is fed plenty of green grass, clover or tion opens the Horticultural Palaco will appear as If set In the heart of robbing the people, whother by a alfalfa. marvelous garden. Although wood will bo used In connection with During the entire molting period I crime punishable by law or not. It Is glass the Palace of Horticulture will be in every sense a glass palace; great care should be exercised to keep a great wrong to waste the fertility of It will be the largest glass structure ever built During tho night Illumithe soil, for It Is the soil which Is to everything about the poultry house nations at the exposition the vast surface of the building will present Al' sanitary. furnish the food to this and all coming and yards clean and unusual and beautiful reflections. dropping and cast off feathers should generations. 8. D. NUCHOLS, College of Agriculture, West Virginia be removed dally. College of Agriculture, Morgantown, University. W. Va. A n. do-rivn I to-da- y ono-tcur- th Well-KepI Berea's Vocational Schools monoy-cnmi- n Training that adds to your general education. power, combined with FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Cnrpontry, Printing, Commercial. FOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Science', Dresbinaklng, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography nnd Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School Genornl Education for thoso not far advanced, combined with somo vocntlonnl training. No matter what your present advancement, wo can put you with others llko yourself and glvo chanco for most rapid progress, 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course For thoM who nro not expecting to teath and who aro not going through College, but dcslro more general education. This Is Just tho thing for thoso pro paring for medical studies or other professions without a college course. It also gives tho best general education for thoso who wish a good start In study nnd expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School g for thoso who expect to teach. young pooplo can teach through tho school through tho winter nnd spring, right on in their courso of study. "How to Teach a District School." This gives the very best tralnln Courses nro so arranged that summer nnd fall and attend thus catning money to keep Read Dinsmore'a great book, 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This Is tho straight road to Coiiego best training In Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tho Academy lc now Berea's largest department. 6th Door Berea College and provides standard This Is tho crown of tho wholo Institution, courses In all advanced subjects. Questions Answered BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea College with its affiliated schorls, is not a money- - making Institution. It requires certain fees, but It expends many thousands of dollars each year for tho benefit of Its student!!, giving highest ndvnnt ages at lowest cost, and arranging ns far as porslblo for students to earn and save In every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMI LY, with careful regulations to protect tho character nnd reputation of the young people. Our students como from tho best families and aro earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may bo sick tho College provides doctor and ' nurso without extra charge. All except thoso with parents In many assist In work of boarding hall, training, and getting pay according to winter it is expected that all will have Borea llvo in College buildings, and farm and shops, receiving valuable tho valuo of their labor. Except In a chance to earn a part of their expen- ses. Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment. PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc., vary with different people, Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate is tho best, but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather, warm wraps and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary. .THE STORE furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, aft umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost Tlt-- College asks no rent for tho fino buildings in which students llvo, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towels. For tablo board, without cofreo or extras, $1.35 a week. In tho fall, and $1.50 in winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bed" " ding, 40 to CO tents for each person. , SCHOOL FEES aro two. First n "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," ns guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc! This Is paid but once, and !s returned when tho student departs. Second an "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for caro of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction la a free gift). Tho Incidental Foa for most students Is $5.00 a term in Academy and Normal, and $7.00 In s Colleglato courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent by tho term, board by tho half term. Installments are as follows: HAM. TKRM Incidental Fee Room VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NOKUAL 6 00 COLLSOK 3 7.0a I po-no- d J 5.00 5.60 f Board, 7 weeka 1911 943 7.0a 9 43 9 45 7.0a 9 45 Amount due Spt. 11, 191 Board 7 weeks, due Oct. 30, Total for term If paid In KdTitnce Incidental Hee Room Hoard, 6 weeks Amount due January 1, 1913 Board for 6 weeks, due Feb. Total for term . ... jjooj 9 45 $4S 9 45 f 32.40 7.0a 7.30 9 00, ... 2V.00 WINTRR TKRM S t 50 S31.40 Jji 00 I1J.90 5.00 too 9.00 J 6.00 7. Jo 9 00 111. n, 1913 . f jo.oo 9.00 10 9.00 Ijj ao 31,70 S J If paid Insulmnce . ... S'ooa tSH.SO J 5 00 4.00 6.75 30.70 fjiao 6.00 900 Ija.ao SI'RINQ TKRM Incidental Fee Room Board, 5 weeks Amount due March a, 1913 Board 3 weeks, due Apr, 30, Totat for term If paid lu anlTunco 1913 7.00 500 6.73 6.73 500 i 73 (.73 .. . JfJ 73 - 6.73 Special S4.y tu 50 1S4.00 Mx.OO Expenses Business. tas.jo SS0.00 C c ONE fail Wiitr Siting Tela Stenography and Typewriting Ii 00 J10.00 fiseo f jo 00 Bookkeepinf (regular course) 11.00 1000 14.00 3000 Bookkeeping- I brie ( course) 6.00 1I.00 3 00 7.00 Business course studies for students In other departments: Stenogiaphy 10.50 17.00 7.50 900 Typewriting, with one hour's use of Instrument 6.00 1800 7.00 300 Com. Law. Cora. Ceog., Com., Arlth., or a. 10 Henmamhlp. each I. to 1.30 3 40 In no case will speciat Business Hees eiceed 1 15.00 per terra. This does not Include the dollar deposit, nor money for books or Isundry. young man or young woman can get an education nt Any Berea If there is tho will to do so. It Is a great advantage to start in tho fall and have a full year of continuous study. 'Many young peoplo waste time In the public school" going over and over tho samo things, whon they might bo Improving much faster by "coming to Berea and starting In ou utw studies with some of tho best young men and women from othor counties and states. Applicants must bring or 6end a testimonial showing that they aro above 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. This may bo signed by Boniw former Berea student or come reliablo teacher or neighbor, Tho use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden. Hurry! Fall Term began September 11. able-bodi- ed I s For Information or friendly advice wrlto to tho Secretary, . D. WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Page Eight. lo moving THE CITIZEN. No ember his family, left, Monday, for Whites burg, whero ho will rcsumo his posi tion as overoocr on tlu railroad. Tho Misses Kvn Lewis, Lydla Young, Fnlry Settle, Willie Sandlln, and Hugh Lowls spent Sunday with Smla and Green Powell 'Ml uses Tresslo Kiddle nnd Dertha Harp of tcxlngton spent 14, 191a. Free Dispensaries county dlsrcnsnrles for the cxnnilnntlon nml treatment hookworm ill.icnso hnvo been phenomenally successful. Though they were not estnbllalicd until the Iprloi? of 1011 and then tn only two For Treating Hookworm Disease More thnn 100 counties hare rand the smalt provision of money nccesonry to have the dispensary campaigns. Tho county authorities innko a small appropriation to defray tho local expenses for drugs, advertising and ex- - TUB on It. B. Nichols' land. Hughes, at Idamay, Saturday and Sun. Albert Powell has gono to idamay day. on a business trip. Mersrs. llunloy CLAY COUNTY nnd Pennington and son have moved IIUItNINO 8rillNIS mill to Pond Lick Ilrnncli near their Uurnlng Springs, Nov. 7. Tho pface. Mr. nnd 'Mrs. (1. W. Langdon's School Improvement Lcaguo continG. II. Davis wero tho guests of Mr. n.1 1ra .1 f ftfwfnn Rntiirilnv unit ues with Ita good work. They held Sundays-Elijani09,t ucl,f"ul bx 8Ucr, Cornet, and Henry h church Oabbard of Parrot nttended - ... " " at Green Hill, Sunday.- -A combined kn our popular shoo drummer,n,i n n. f t tr V T. J. Robinson, lo some of his busl7uS Z enham will P wcckMlM Mnlvory Hill church on Sunday, Dec. 22, by una Hnwllngs was called to I.ondon last ; Pro, James Hrowcr of Cornln Sea,, has Pro. O. ,..... il n.i,., ..,' w ,.... julla lllddlo , Maupln.-M- Iss nS IV,ackerWoh n.'L Gabbard has nr hXr.bo JRubo IM- ton fnrm near Beren Ton Brewer Is p nB house. 'hero I - X'S," , day with their parents at this place. nm Cam nmt Sunday with Mrs. Nnnnlo Hill. Tho " nnd Ilcrnlco from Saturday Vernn Robinson. the quality of your goods m secret is what KEEPINO until Mon- - you accomyou don't them. know thay'ra so do tm But th othrril general public at they Informed? Tell themt Don't key It dark secret. Yon plish when there are threo sick patients 7 ,1U"UHJ.' I " . Sundny.-- Mr. ..Mrs. Heed Hardwood will leave In and a has rented his farm of on Pond Lick to n Mr. Anderson Annville. fWL?.?. ()lsca80.T. c. W,,,t Station, Nov. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Twlgg' left for Florida I'lllVl.TT lust Wednesday whero they will spend Pr'vftt, N'ov. 8. Wo havo had Bom tho winter. '.Mrs. Jno. Wilds, vury pleasaiit weather nnd tho peofrom Richmond, spent last week with her ple aic Cofug 1 ustllng business haul mother, Mrs. Jno. C'ocluan, of this lng lops in this vicinity. Mr. Hurry place. llennlo Fortune visited Miss Brandenburg nnd family aro visiting L. J. Peters, this Ethel Drown, Sunday Rlniicho Smith his father-in-laj;nvo n party, Tuesday night, In honRobertson baB pur week. Emery or of her teacher, Mks GYrtrudo Todd chased a niulo for which ho paid n Those present wero tho Misses Jen-nl- u hundred dollars. Mnrcus Cook has (or Hitter, Gortrudo Todd nnd Ulnncho been very poorly with lugrlppo Smith, Messrs. Fnrrls nnd Luther tho past two vceks. J. J. Urumback Mnupln, Colonel Fortuno, Horace Uur-tosold two nlco mules to Dan Ward, 8TATE AND COUNTY FREE DISPENSARY FOR HOOKWORM DISEASE. William, Cecil, Jennings recently. John Morris, who has been and Veda Rltter and Harber Smith. They states, before the close of that year penscs occasioned by a laboratory man sick for somo time, Is slowly inl . Irtft t nil report n very nlco time. Mr. ami nlnu states had them In operation. En- to assist the physician In cbargo of proving. rait iis t i Crwl; 0ct tirely new as they were, 87,000 persons tho dispensary. M"' Uuck Wednesday, for" Cincinnati, Ohio. Krogt c business Usually five points in a county an? sewere treated through them during tho ,,.. Wwlnwrtny morning, m f'P to Richmond, Tuesday. ., where buo will bo employed for n Mr. Mfrn r.,,,,,,,,,,1 first few months of their establishment lected for the dispensaries, nnd each whlle.- -J. J. Brumbnck entertained n from 1)ul8vlll0( j,rltl!ly whcru ,1U ,m(, tester Pnrks, from Deren. visited In 1011. Twenty-threthousand were one Is open one day of each week for large crowd last Saturday night. j Gertrude Todd, Sutiday.-J- no. Ul0 .Mn8011c becn nttenJ, treated during tho Tory severe winter lire or lx weeks, glrlng an opportunity W. H. Amyx and Godfrey Isancs weru Ho reports a profitable and enjoy- - l o"""o r"illy spent humlay to people In all xectlons of the county months of January, February and buying 'lth frlonJa nt btown. Messrs. March of 1012. and tho work la gain- to receive successive treatments oacb In this vicinity this week Ellen llurch re- able sesslon.-M- rs. turkeys. They wero paying 11 tints turned from Gray Hawk. Thursday, llcn nllU CoIncl Fortuno visited week until completely cured. ing further headwiy. Let the light per pound. Tho MIsm-- May nnd So- - where she has been visiting Ikt I '" 'ls8P8 I,rown- - Thursdny.-T- om shine through of lnnl n,1uI wlf0 of lBenivo wero phla Madden were tho guests daughter, Mrs. Rhoda Edwards. Molllo Peters, Friday night. Silas Messrs. (J. W. Illshoi). Dan nnd lien- granupnrenis. .Mr. ami "' the columns new rv ri,.rk nil f r.,iif..rni.i nr., visit- - xlrs- - ,hlck Johnson, Saturday nnd Peters will soon havo his of thi3 paper. Sl,mIny- - Tho by ot Whites Station dwelling houso dono and will occupy ,ug frlelula Bllll relatives here. ICk.rrUU. MO. kf W W VJ . It. at an early date. 'Mrs. A. J. Ham- ,,',, Uh, "... fired several guns, Wednesday night. celebrating tho election of tho new Ilton gave n quilting, Saturday, und ,ng 'wth hcr brothcr lu,nry ' Presldent-M- Us people. hag Molllo Fortuno from Invited qulto n number of to Travi.jc'r8 KeBt to sta Bo concipcDdesce pctllibtd ncltn il(ifd Is full ty tit tltt. lit tint -- blames rianery, stave .Manager, tor , Klll ,.B Miciimonu spent last week with U not (or publication, but tn eTidenct ot rood faith. Write plainly. Leo Congleton, was In this vicinity B0,(, h,g farm ,0 T; A Ik.ckneU for "race Forture, attending to business, reecentiy. i,10o.- -A new baby was born to tho ESTILL COUNTY The groom Is tho youngest son of LAUREL COUNTY wlfo of Riley llurch, Wednesday. Her tho Widow Hunter of Hed Lick. We Nov. 4 Tho Muses namo is Vlrgle May. Sam King, ; Wagersvlllo, viva wish them a long and prosperous Viva, Nov. 2. Mrs. Addle Centers, 'formerly from the stato of Wash- - Molllo Arvluo and Annn Flynn were Department of Berea College llfo. Shlrd Baker, who has been In her daughter, Zelma, nnd niece, Ington, hns bought the farm of Robt. visiting In Irvine tho latter pnrt of ' (Tho Citizen is a specimen of tho west for several years, returned Maud Parsley, returned last week reters for $1,000, Peters reserving "at. week. Mr. nnd .Mrs. J. M. Ed- homo n few days ago. A. C. Blcknell from & visit nt Corbin. They wero nc- - tho timber from 10 Inches up. M. K. wards wero tho guests of "Mr. and our work.) is planning to movo away in a few companled homo by Mrs. Centers' Sandlln has returned from near Lex- - Mr8- - It J. Scrlvncr, Sunday night. A tenth of what Is tfolntf . PRINTS LETTERdays to Ohio. Edward Collinsworth brother, Mr. Brumitt Miss AiVa Py!o ington whero he had been working. Jos. Sparks and family visited on in Town, State, Naj Is planning to move Into the Kllsha of Corbin is visiting her sister, Mrs. Mrs. Jano Thompson has becn very tlves in Berea and Lexington laat HEADS, CARDS. REPORTS, SERtion and World If you i Isaacs property In a few days. Miss Vina Milter. Died, Oct. 31st, Little ill, but Is better now. Cam Hensloy week. Mrs. A. B. Kelley nnd Miss MONS AND BOOKS IN THE BEST fail to tike jBuford Engle Is visiting relntlvcs nt Nellie Tacket of membranous croup, and Farmer Woods are out of school Ella Park sicnt Wednesday ot last MANNER, AND LOWE8T AT Gray Hawk for a few days. Squire Her body was" tnken to Pittsburg for ( this week on account of sickness. week with Mies Lenn Kelley m Red PRICES. Englo will hold his regular court at burial. F. C. Jones is confined to his Rev. J. P. Metcalf goes to laurel Lick. Robert Flynn nttended County tho voting house In this 'District on room with grippe. Tho prlncljal nf Creek today to attend church. Monday. Mr. Joo i Court at Richmond, Your patrooago Is ssked to heir Wagers vlsIU'd his clctcr, .Mrs. Simp vi.nk Order It Jfobv I Order It Jfoto t the 16th, there being a number nf tho school, Mr. Fnrrls, was absent last students, and to Insure, Important cases for trial on that day. week on account of a cold.. Vine, Nov. 9. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Warford, at Drip Hock a few days Mm. your getting your money's worth. IIL'CIII. Clark aro all smiles over tho ar- - last week. Tho Misses Maggie Hinds, James Thompson of Drokesboro, who TO THE" GIRLS IN THE MOUNTAINS Hugh, Nov. 11. Mrs. Mary Hale Is has becn visiting at this place nnd rival of n fine girl. 'Mr. and Mrs. Anna "M. Wagers and Anna M. Flynn, CALL AT THE OFFICE OR 8 END Berea Is building a new hall. Per- quite sick with lagrippc. Emma Hur- East Bernstndt, returned home nc- - Fred Creech who havo been visit- - and tho .Messrs. Earnest Cm tern. u """" luu haps wo shall call it "Faith Hair' ley Is some better. The doctor says companled by her little granddaugh- - lug relatives at this placo havo re- - nnd Elliott Rogers wero tho guests nf j' s r.knu in. Tho singing nt tho "Miss Kato Wagers, Saturday night s ATiSPAfiTinM. ter, Tevls Thompson, who will visit turned home. being started without any there Is somo chance for her recovfor It is er'- Mrs. Lena Powell and son visit- her until Christmas. DRESS Silver 'Mlno School Is progressing and Sunday. money in tho expectation that we nicely with Felix nnd Mutt Penning- - j thall find friends who will pay 'few ed relntlves nt Conway, recently. OWSLEYCOUNTY Mrs. Mallssa Azblll gave tho young Henry Pen- - , GET READY FOR WINTER TERM ton as teae.hers.-M- rs. School tho lumber nnd tho labpr necessary COW CUKKK folks a singing last Wednesday night nlngton Is very poorly. Miss Bertha ' for its construction. rho W1,lt" Cow Creek, Nov. 0. The election Bowles ot nn Co BEREA, KY. friends Farlston visited This building Is especially for those In honor of her brother who Is vis passed off peaceably at this place. 1)U"8 ediicsday, Jan. 1st t thi nin i in.t w.i(jui girls who ought to be In Derea the iting her from Mlddletown, Ohio. Tho total vote cost at Cow Creek was ata 8"oulJ oa ,la"J " P08' n n whQ ,s WclchburB cmlng winter. Last yenr we were Miss Vlrgle Powell is sick. Martin 215, of this number Taft received 1GJ, M Klhln .111 M.imlnv tr Tiim:i1t.v Imr It la Abrams has returned from Ohio. Geo. ""'""J " visited homo folks last Saturday obliged to discourage and send away Roosevelt 23, nnd Wilsmi 21. Taft cur. nt- " mvui uj tuuiu ue- - , ri,rin rr. a considerable number. This year wo Bengo is building a stone chimney ried Owsley County by 'iol majority, la l"ttt tlmi- nro going to provldo for nt least one to his residence. 'Mr. and Mrs. Tom -- Mrs. Lucy Cabbard of Boonevllle, of London vlsIU'd tho latter's parents, , , inu unuuuuucu in an ueparnuents ,M w Click visited relatives at Kerby Knob llttlu j wcekTll0 hundred moro than ever before. Is visiting hor daughter, Mrs. R. W. u.,. u.m your chnnce. last Sunday. John Henry visited at Mlnter. Bro. Iko Gabbard preached daughter of G. W. Browning Is very Now girls, this is au W. H. Benge's last Sunday. Miss Tho protracted meeting con- sick. To thois who have children to adi Plan at onco and let us know that to 1x1 urucU awa for lack ut oc" Anna Powell visited tho school at tho funeral of Mrs. Llzzlo Moore nt ducted by tho Rev. Hlley close.l yu aro coming so that wo can have couimodatlons. This year somo new cate and wish to reside In Beraa foi Esau last Sunday. Leo Clark who your room ready. Every young lady this place last Thursday nnd gave an is teaching at Prestonburg. Ky.. was Thursday night. Ho will como again bullulnK'' aro under construction, nnd a longer or ahorter time to enjoy Ita Saturday.-Fe- llx Interesting talk. Burns and Mlt Vincent Fowler 1. ! Tft fl...nll(b .11 who wishes to improve nnd m t.n..n. k.v mako j ......I.. i. l..f J 1. l'l'i- - educational advantages, the College Bophla Campbell spent Tueaday with homo with his teacher last i uume uj V''" U8 r "progress the coming winter should went l(cU for diuuviuo. n. ia very Creek.-EverviTiday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Benge turned homo from Leslie County. lay her plans now. for all that aro hM Edna, tho little girl of Mr. and Mrs., . ,nI'ortant. however, number of houses, large ana-gathorlng corn and digging Tho entire expenses for the Win- visited Mr. Joe Alexander, Sunday. S, A. Gabbard, has typhoid fever. w "lv " ' lU6U6.,uu' XKKItV KN'Oll coal. Dlliard Whlttymoro mado a . ter Term in Dorea, twelve weekB, are lu udvauco. A moment's thought will email, some of them partly furnished,! Somo of our citizens wero at Boone- - bulsnoes trip to Gooso Creek today Kerby Knob, Nov. 9. Rev. Hacker $29 and tiny girl can earn from $6 n t i f. .i .... .i ttr nni,. ,.. Cuuu,.-U- v. jj8B rjego Neely who has boeh show that it Is Impossible to provide to rant on reaaonabla terms. Addresa o to $10 without Interfering with her assisted by Rev. Childress of age 83 and blind was out to . vote, accommodations (or an unlimited num, , Uurnl County held n very intereststudies. Dring $21 to start with nnd Tuesday -- Ed Eversolo .pent Wednes. ber on short notice. All who intend Wc(lncg(lay ing meeting at tho Baptist church havo $3 moro In reach as needed. to bo hero for tho Winter day and Wednesday night nt H. W. Term OBITUARY last woek were Thoro nlno Mlnter's. And you don't need to prepare should wrlto Immediately, 'and s?nd THE COLLEGE TREASURER Tho death angel visited tho homo Ouo Dollar oxpensivo clothing. Come to Beria additions to tho church. Henry Click 8Tl!ItVi:)N. for deposit for reservaBEREA, KY. and you will find hero somo of the and family visited Mrs. Click's parSturgeon, Nov. to tho wlfo of Will Calllhan last Sunday night tion of n room so that wo shall bo and took from It their son, Charlie. Burotnat ,Ucy nr0 roally comInB , Myrvery bc6t young people from all ents at Dreyfus last week. of Harlan Brewer, a flno girl. Hnr , tn , , u iuui, iuviuvi, ,,. parts of Kentucky and from many tle and Bessie Click who aro attend- namo is Mario. tun, Hcv. J. S. Ward nu ivn. nP..nnii other states. You may bo a stranger ing school at Berea visited home folks preached hero, Saturday and Sunday. brothers and tbrco sisters and a wer questions. nnd Milalmost at tho start, but by the end a fow dnys Inst week.-Io- hn Cordially yours, Ho is also conducting a ten days host ot friends to mourn his loss. of tho month you will havo more dred Lano of Berea visited relatives Singing Sschocl at Big Springs an Ills 'remains were laid to rest In D. Walter Morton, Secretary, friends in Berea, nnd good ones too, , at this placo from Saturday until Saturdays and Sundays when his tlnio tho family burying ground near his Dercn. Ky homo. Wo extend our heartfelt symTuesday. Walter- Williams Is all is not taken up In church service. than anywhero else In the world. to tho bereaved family. Let us havo Faith Hall full of the cmllcs over tho arrival of a boy at Jas. Smith bus moved into his new pathy his home, Oct. 23th. Born to right kind of girls, January first. Jlr. dwelling. Jno. Margraves of Hlal;o MADISON COUNTY Nurse Training School f and Mrs. Dueh Isaacs, Oct. 25th, a and J. S. Land ot Island City, are KINflHTON boy. Bertha Pokwcll was tho guest erecting a now dwelling for W. JACKSON COUNTY 11. Mss Anna RobG. Kingston, Nov. Berea College of Flossie Click, Sunday Mrs. G. W. Brower. .Harvey Biggs ami son, erts is spending this week with her ci.ovi:n iiottosi Johnson visited her little daughfr Wllllo, erected a chimney for It. S. sister, Mrs. J. Clark. Wllllo Sandlln Clover Bottom, Nov. 10. Tho elec"Written So Yon Can Understand It HAS DEBT OPERATING ROOM tion passed off quietly, tho Progres- at tho Danvillo School last week. Wilson tho past week. J. II. Brower of Winchester who Is now In school AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCES sive Party carrying this precinct twe Ho found her getting along nicely. has moved from property belonging at Berea sient from Saturday until to ono. Altho J. W. Langluy, tho to D. L. Brewer to property belonging Monday with his uncle, John C. Pow-t- o T IHAACS FOR OARE OF A LIMITED NUMBER nominee for Congress led It. B, Brewer. W. M. Napier and ell and family. Evan Adams who has Isaacs, Nov. S. Wo aro having some OF" PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TREAT by 3 to ono over tho Progressive J. I. becn spending tho past woek with A wonderful Itorv of the Proirrrta nf f hi. Mrh.n. real nlco weather. Oatherlng corn is wlfo visited her brother-in-laAge. Instructive, but moie (urinating than MENT QREATLT INCREASES PRO leal Married, tho 7th. Miss Han- - all tho go now. Lovl Purkey has any hcllon. A magulne (or llnnkeri. Doctor, da Atrlo VanWInklo to Mr. Owen moved to Moores Creek where ho Lawyer. Teacher. Farmer. Ilutinru Men. Man- PECTS OV RECOVERY. GO TO ufacturer. Mechanic. I la 1.201. OX) reader every Blcknell. The bride is theonl) daugh- - will mako bis futuro homo. Died, month. Interest everybody. When you ee on you understand why. Ask the man whu reads it. tor of J. F. VanWInkle. The groom recently, Mrs. Clara Dcnham of this Rate Ono Dollar a dar and up. i our newsdealer will show you one; or write It publisher (or a free (ample copy. Is ono of tho four orphan children of place. Mrs. Dcnham was a. faithful Bond for prompt payment required. The "Shop Notes" Dept. W. O. Blcknell. Wo wish them well member of the Green Hill Mlslonnry For further particular! addreaa things Jlow to make repairs, and article (or at Big Hill, Ky. Miss Olllo Hatfield, our Baptist church and well beloved by in life. home and shop, etc . a ,a ..ii fcchool teacher visited homo folks all who knew her. Wo wish to- - exjiinaieuT nieciianics ;r".v.r,""Tn,ow See It Jam Full of Nice Dry Goods, Notions, to make mlsskn ; nt Kcrby Knob, tho flth and 10th. tend our heartfelt sympathy to oil furniture, wireless, boats, engine, magic, and aJJ THE BEREA HOSPITAL the thing a boy love. Hardware, Tinware, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Married on tho 2Cth of Oct., Miss her friends nnd relatives and espeft. SO ptr ft or. ttiiflt ccpttt IS ctrtt Aimer Smith of Shirley to Mr. Gro-v- cially her husband and children. BEREA, KY. ASK YOUK NEWSDEALKK Or Add. Caps, Flour, Meal, Lard and All Kinds of Hunter of Duluth. Tho hrldo 'e Grant Nichols has sold his farm to POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE Groceries. See their Very Low Prices! 223 WsdJaiUs 9(,CUuis the youngest daughter of John Smith. our County Judgo, J. W. Mulllns, and ' S.-- IBIIHkw1 wbbi Daniel moved his fam.ly to the homo lately purchased from Allen Hurst, . l.nn,!,,M. ,. h Wm. llnivllr, a,1 fnmlW nf MimrheRler last their relatives hero visited week. We nro very sorry to hear of tho serious Illness of 'Mr. Kll Jarrett. Green Allen Is about to ocupy his built benutlful new homo which ho hlmseir. Peter Jarrett and family who hnvo been living In Illinois nro visiting his father. Mrs. Dr. Horns-b- y nnd somo of her children visited her son nml his wlfo tn McKeo tho early part of tho week. She reports a very pleasant trip. A. J. Neely of East Uernstndt moved Into tho vacant houso of Chns. Thompson. few days for MI.ldl.town. O., whero they will mako their home.-M- ir w"8 8"""",p ' ""'" txit; ,v,l WIIITIW STATION n, e - ,.., sng o6,B J"s0 jg... - East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else - ., ,,. ,,, u0.tt Berea Printing School YOU WfLL NEVER KNOW I HAND-MLUS- j THIS PAFER. i -- Berea Printing I ( Houses to Rent I - I ,'" I 1 VUU.-.-U- I - bodv " r . T Rock-castl- rf:M ,i THE - Berea Hospital iVIEXDHANICS an enn-dlda- 300 Pictures Every 400 Articles m 250 Pages Month Settle's and Haley's Big Store m er