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F AULKNM, Manager ttUtrM al tkt rot-oflc- nt Brrtn, Htm fwi(J matin. t A'y., at Htmd fCTHE A XDovobocL to tlie Interests of til PAID UP LIST Citizen iMIoixnteLiii 21, 1012 n Knowledge is power and the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper. People Ono Dollar a year. No. 21 Vol. XIV. Fivo cents a copy. BERKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER For the Best Men's Shoes Men's Suits Men's Shirts Men's Underwear Men's Hats Men's Trousers AND Last week wo announced our determination to put our mibscriii-liolist on a cash basin. Anil already letters are coming in commending that movement, Tho date fixod upon which we shall begin to stop nil papers at expiration, and drop those that aro in arrears, is Dec. 1st, and until that dato, both by letters and by solicitation through the columns of the paper, we shall urgo all of our renders to favor us by allowing us to put them on the paid up list. We nro sure it is going to work and that both wo and our subscribers will be happier, nnd thoso who like The Citizen will like it oven bettor in tho future. An stated Inst week, the paid up list is growing and has boon for some timo, while tho unpaid list is constantly diminishing. And within the next ten days we hopo to be able to transfer practically all of those whose subscriptions aro overdue, to the paid up lint. Don't wait for a Utter.' .SEE CHRISM AN FOR STOVES Exclusive a RANGES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS SPECIAL OFFER five more issues of The Citizen beforo Jan. 1st, and every new subscriber between this dato and tho 1st of Jan. may have There aro agent for "The Foster Line" Men's Overcoats SEE the paper for the remainder of this year and tho year 1013, for the prico for ono year $1.00. This applies to lx)th thoso who subscribe by letter and tho subscriptions soiit In by agents. Last year a good many of our readers sent The Citizen to friends ns a Christmas present. We hope they will do it again and that many others may follow their example. liemtmber that any ont sending the paper to four perton and paying s in full for it gets his ami Subscription free for a year. Cat Rates on Comforts and" AU Wool Blankets "THE FURNITURE MAN" UNITED STATES NEWS IN Prelident Elect KEEPING HOUSE FOR US The President-elect- , Gov. Woodrow Wilson, has a new idea of government, or rather he has a new form of expression for the old idea. He says that the government should "keep house" for the wliolo people. We like tho idea, and for the next four years shall look upon him as our chief house-keepeThe following extract from an article in the November Woman's Home Companion is an amplification of the idea and is worthy the attention of every patriotic American. "Every dollar that tho government spends ought to bo spent us carefully as if tho resources of tho country wero limited. Every dollar of expenditure ought to menn something tlono or provided for the people. Wasto is also weakness. Inetliclency brings confusion. "It Is part of the new meaning of government, therefore, that Its resources aro not to be put at the disposal of a governing class or of any limited set of governing Influences, but that thono who exercise Its authority must 'keen house" for the whole people; must use the money raised by taxes as if it were expended in trust to produce tho best possible results in the ordering nnd Humiliation of our life. "It is an Interesting circumstnnce that government Is becoming less and less a business for politicians; tlmt minds and onergles of every kind are turning toward It ns part of tho general enterprlhe of life. The reason wo want our government to bo freo from every kind of private or nnrrow control Is that wo want to have Usee iihhv things than itwould seeif 1 served only nfow. T1ioh who conduct It ought to havo a vision of a nation itself ought to bo sensitive lo Impulses from every quarter. The statesman should sltdown with tho philanthropist, with thennglneer.wltli the forest expert, with the student of soils and agricultural method, with masters of technical and vocational education as well as with financiers and lawyersnnd mnniifacturorHnnd merchants nnd those whoso Interests have usunlly been at the center of policy. Though be cannot himself keep the life of a nation ns a wliolo In his mind, ho can nt least make sure that ho is taking counsel with those who know, that his sympathies may be open upon overy side, and that ho may seek to servo civilization nnd "humnnitv, not a party or any selfish program." 1 R. R. COYLE BEREA, KENTUCKY OUR OWN STATE Wilson Announce "Uncle Joe" DownedbyaKentuckian for Extra Session President Taft The New Appellate Court Judge-Ex- tra Contented Roosevelt Qets Cat. Session of Legislature PrePanama Canal Soon to be Comdicted -- Dolan and Maupln Admitted pletedCanal Rates are Fixed Mt. to Bair Arrested, Charged with McKlnley Scaled Fatal Railroad Train Wrecking State Arboretum Wreck. Courier in New Quarter. CANNON BEATEN BY A N ARMISHCEJ SIGHT WORjJJEWS TURKS PLEA GRANTED BY ALLIES o Spantth Premier Assassinated Home of Commons In Riot New Peace Terms to Da Discussed Russia Ambasssdor Pact with Bryce's Successor Chinese Want Tbo Turks' cries for ieaco have War. heard by tho victorious at least allies, but not until all European TurSPANISH PREMIER SHOT key with tho exception of ConstantiTho Spanlsti Premier, Jose Cana nople and Its environs had (alien In lajas, was ossaxslnatcd at Madrid, to their hand. last Tuesday, while on his way to AlmoHt from tho first tho case of a cabinet meeting. Canalojas was the tho Turks had boen hopeless, and most prominent Spaniard of tho they recognlud It so, and sought in- day and very popular among all class tervention of tho powers, but were es. At his funeral on tho following that their day. It Is said that 250,000 people sat given to understand ciy could only bo heard If directed with uncovered heads as a tribute to their vlctorlouo opponents. of respect. n Lost wook tho Greeks won the Tho deed was committed by great victory over tho Moslems In young anarchist who tried to kill tho capture of Salonika. This week himself nnd was thought to bo dead tho chief succcsa has fallen to the until he was taken to a hospital and lot of Sorvla In tho conquest of Mon-ast- lr slims of life wero found. In Macedonia with C0.000 prison-er- s Tho Liberia! Ministry will continue of war and 47 guns. Kach of the In power under the temiorary lead allies now can discuss tho terms of ership of Maifluls l'rleto. RIOT IN THE HOUSE OK lcaco feeling that tho other cannot boast of unctiualled success. Tho main forco of tho Ilulgarlun Stormy, scenes are being witnessed army has beer, battling ngnlnzt the in tho English House of Commons, Con-,.- ,. last lines of defense nround tho Home Uulo Hill being tho cnuse, uut, inasnuteh as It Is Premier proposal last i.-i-, Asqullli's said that tho allies tio not ci.rc for Wedncdsny to rescind tho action of that city, now that tho Interior towns tho body on Monday, which defeated havo fallen, they nre froo to discuss tho most Important flnanclnl fea tho tonns of peoco. ture of tho Homo Uulo Hill, brought Unionists Tho cost of tho nalknn War to on tho disturbance. Tho dato Is ostlmalul, In killed, to I refused to permit debato, and the Tho Seakor was compelled to adjourn the. 100.000 and wr.unded 120,000. monetary loss Is $28,000,000 This cession on account, of disorder. Tho day of tho wnr. Is tho forty-fiftcabinet was Jeered and cnlled traitors nnd nnos and books were thrown, INTERESTING ARTICLES Lo of which struck Winston Church- On igo two will bo found tho ad- Ill, u cabinet member. It was thought for n whllo that, dress of Mr. Jubtus Goebel before tho being County Judgoa at Frankfort last week, owing to tho Government's Every citizen should read this ad- outvoted, tho cabinet would resign, dress as It relates to tho financial but tho Premier has announced his condition of tho stato and tho tnx Intention to romaln In officco. At tho suggestion of tho King, problem. a compromise was effected, apolPresident Frest. as usual during his wrlte3 an Interesting letter ogies being offered. absenco, AMBASSADOR TO SUCCEED for this wook'a issue. DRYCB Our Agricultural Page is teeming Tho successor of tho Hon James with good things; also tho' Tcnchcr' tho Uryco, British Ambassador to I"ago. aro reading tho con- United States, who recently resigned, Thoso that Springtinued story, and overy ono should Is to bo Sir Cecil Arthur like. it, will find tho chapters of road Mr. Bryco has announced hla Ininterest in this Issue. What of a splendid thing it would bo for tho tention to devoto tho remainder story in week-l- y his years to literature. Ho will likely teachers to rend this revise hla great work, Tho American Installmcnta to their children! ba AN EXTRA SESSION OF CONGRESS President Elect Wilson, on tho eve of his departure for a month's vacation in Bermuda, last Friday, set nt rest tho clamor among tho Democrats for an extra session by acceding to tho demands of the leaders. His statement Is as follows: "I shall call Congress together In extraordinary session not later than April 15." CALIFORNIA IN ROOSEVELT COLUMN of tho California The canvaw-Induring vote, which has progressed the week, gives tho Colonel sufficient gains to land tho state in his column by something less than one hundred votes. Tho electoral vote now seems to stand, Wilson 429; Roosevelt 90; Tart 12. Thero has been much comment about tho fact that Uncle Joo Can non, former speaker of tho House ot Representative!:, was defeated in his race fop to tho United States House ot Representatives, but not so much has been said relative to another fact, that Is, that Hon. Frank T. O'Halr, his successful opponent, Is a natlvo Kentuckton and a Kentucky mountaineer, having been born In Wolfe County. NEW JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS Tho successful candidate for judgo of tho Court of Appeals In the 7th district Is tbo Hon C. C. Turner ot Mt. Sterling. Judge Turner is 49 years of ago and a Democrat. Ho was admitted to the bar beforo he years of ago, and was twenty-on- o has been a very successful lawyer. Like many other Democratic candidates in the recent election, Judgo Turner's success Is due to the diviHon. sion of Republican strength, John D. White, the Progressive reducing Judgo Klrk'a vote. ACCUSED OF WRECKING TRAIN John Blackwell was arrested several days ago at Paris, charged with causing the derailment of a northbound express train, Friday night, the ah, at Bedford, In which Engineer, Jas. Lemon, was killed, tho fire- h ln-t- al CONTENTS OF .THIS PAGE FIRST ISSUE Edltoriala .Vows of tho Week. PAGE TWO. Editorials. Ooebel's Loiter !AOB THREE Our Teachers Department. PAOB FOUR Locals. PAQB FIVE Sunday School Lesson. PAQB SIX Commonwealth. . NEW TREATY WITH RUSSIA It was announced from Washington on tho 14th, that nn agreement between tho United Stntes nnd Rusof sia, which Is to tako tho placo tho Commorclal Treaty of 1882, tho abrogation of which will becomo effective Jan. 21st, has been reached. Tho exact naturo of tho agreement has not yet been divulged. WANT WAR WITH THE CZAR A telegram from Peking, Nov. 10th, Serial 8tory. PAGE SEVEN Intensive Farming PAOE EIOHT Eastern Kentucky News. declares that a popular uprising In China demands that the President doclaro war with Russia. So strong Is tho Bontlment that It Is feared tho Government will be overthrown if tho President refuses to yield. tnan tno number required for a quorum, tub business of such a Through Winchester and Washington Board, with tho caro of a College, to New York Berea College Trus- a Normal School, practically two International Y. M. C. A. Academics, tees a group of Vocational Banquet. Schools, and a Foundation School, Is Dear Readers of Tbo Citizen: very complicated. I seldom leovo Berea without reThursday night 1 attended the an gret, and tho thought of neighborly nual supper cf Uie International "t calls which I had hoped to make. M. C. A. and met many old friends, And I never have pleasant experien- Including, "Mr. McMillan who Is ces away from homo without longing great admirer of our Dr. Raine, and man seriously injured, and several to share tliem with homo friends. passengers badly shaken up and Mr. Noah Rogers, a kinsman cf Mrs. Frost and I started on our Father Rogers of Berea. The Y. M. frightened. Eastern trip, Monday noon, 3lr. Tay- C. A. Is organizing for more attfn ON THE ROAD TO FREEDOM lor belug a fellow passenger ns far as tlon to Homo Mission work. Thos. F. Doluu, convicted of man Winchester. As usual wo found numslaughter in tho Fayette Circuit Friday I spent with Dr. Cady over erous former students of Berea on tho plans of "Faith Hall," tho new tion treaties. Court affcr three trials, which result- tho train. Continued oil pge fire Cootliiuf J on rage Five dormitory for tho Vocational Girls In Winchester wo wrote letters who can only bo In Berea for tho back to Berea to have things we had Winter mid Spring Terms. Giving forgotten sent after us, and I finished jthem a hall by themselves may enwriting tho main points In my report able us to set apart Gilbert Cottago for tho Trustees. At night wo visit- as a headquarters for young ladles cf ed tho moving picture show, nnd tool' tho Normal Department, a few of tho train East at i): 10 p. m. It Is them, Just as scmo of tho Foundaa short night as one travels eastward, tion School glrlo have headquarters as tho sun rises earlier at tho place nt Boono Cottngo. whero wo aro in tho morning. We had Friday night I came to Boston a long day on tho train finding sever- whero 1 am to sioalc Sunday mornto see us about your Rool. Winter will be here, al pleasant traveling companions, In- ing with Dr. Ccnrad, and at night W. G. Hun- bo with Dr. Johnson, botli of whom cluding soon. Orders are coming in fast. The price ol ter, and U. 8. Sonator. Paynter, Wash- aro well known in Bere.a steel is advancing rapidly. The Best Time is ington was reached an hour late, My great impression on this trip Right Now. Drop us a card in order to get you wo found a convenient but train is that tho world is filling up, Thcro on our list. and reached Now York at 9 p. m. ar- wero nover such crowded trains, riving at tho New Pennsylvania sta- streets and hotels. It Is all beautition, a marvel of stone and Iran con- ful and exciting, but I prefer a small struction. Wo went directly to the town or tbo country. Now York Central station nnd Mrs. Yours for tho Mountains, Mgr. Frost was sent on tor a second night's Wm. Goodell Frost. travel to Boston, whllo I found a room nt the Hotel Manhattan, No, 538 on tho tenth story, Wedneeday was appointed for a We have the goods the quality of workmanmeeting of tho Berea College Trustees at the rocms of tho Aldlne ship and the right price. $5.00 per square for a Club. There wero present tho Now roof worth $6.00 to $7.00 is cheaper than $4.00 York trustees, Dr. J. Cleveland Cady, for a roof worth only $3.99. Just like your GalJ. R. ROgors, Wm. D. Embree, Esq., vanized fence so your Galvanized Roofing will Are right here in the dvcrtUag Harvey E. Flsk, and Rov. Percy S. column of this paper. rust if you get the cheap kind rant, I). D., together with Mallon If what you're selling hu merit, from Cincinnati, Barton from ChicaIT. Aa id. will sell it for you. Johngo, Thomson from Louisville, son from Boston, Burnam from Richmond, and tho President, two more LETTER FROM PRES. FROST Numerous Irregularities are claimed for Los Aujeles County. A contest is threatened, and, If the claims aro substantiated, tho state may yet go to Wilson. TAFT HAPPY At the dinner of tho Lotus Club In New York City, President Taft, the Saturday night, mado one of happiest speeches of his career, laughing at the outcome of tho election and toasting his successor. Incidentally ho declared for a six year term with no for the Presidency, and suggested that the cabinet ought to be admitted to the floor of the Senato and House. His chief regret for his administration, he says. Is that ho failed to secure tho ratification of tho arbitra- NOW IS THE TIME Berea School of Roofing HENRY LENGFELLNER, Foundations $ forFortunesIP ADVERTISE Page Two. the law provides severe penal-Ilea for him who I guilty of legal usury. Should there not nlso lie pcnnl-tie- s fjmllf newspaper for all that li right, for the prnctlco of mornl iteury? Interesting . trua and There nrel They nrc not written In Inw tonka, fuMlitmt ery Thurlay l nerea, Ky but In your mornl constitution. And tinlike the written laws of men. hound BEREA PUBLISHING CO. In sheep or buckram, those laws are (tnrnrHrnti!) Kovr 1 THE CITIZEN November, ai 191a. a a franchise valuation The Citizen FIGHT On j A I Tax-Dodgi- ng J. P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. nlwnys. enforced I Subscription Rates PAVAlll.K IN AllVANCH One Yat . . Hli Months . Three Months 1 1. 00 mnn soweth whether greed, or Ingrntltnde. or stttlilmrtt lack of kind ness thnt nlso alinll he renp. 11 Whatsoever It lie of selflhnp, or Ag Corporations Begins. -' 60 15 s 81 Btf Oil tir WC On In trt mc Mi Ini O, jl- TO liai for 1110 J Llia tho fo? 1 Elrl cn obi! a ore hue N yu you wh" Pla pro, lay T terl 29 Everything points, It nppenrs to me, to the essential correctness of the ..l," or HiprtM Money view which holds Send montyby nee mid death o be C0Unly JudgeS and At- Order, Drift, KegUtereil Letter, or one anil two the result of the greatly Increased cent timpt. ' The ilsle after your name on Isliel shows to ferentlstlon of Inrgnr organisms, whit date your sufxcriptlon Is palil. If It Is not J! torneys Meet and Urge chansol within three weeks after renewal there, then, nny prolinblllty thnt we w ""v. notify us. hall some time find thnt In the higher M Inning numlters will I gladly supplied If we (if Sill - ', a,gr! animals, ns In tho lower ones, death rtJjpUlUUIieill are notified. Ope Evidently not. If Liberal tetms given to any who obtain new need not occur? subscriptions for us. Any one sending us four death Is the price of differentiation, I Cial tOUnSel 1 0 ASSlSt ' early subscriptions can rccche-ThCititen free 7de,,hf Prment ?or himself for one ear then after the goods hnvo been de-- j llvered the price must be nald. To . AdtertisinK rates on application, - General '".they prevent a higher organism from tin-- ! ,.l or mkmhk dcrgolng denth would at the same tlrao prevent him from becoming a Tax Suits Involving higher organism. And the cell which remains In the embryonic condition Millions. the cell of the germ glands Is even now ns Immortal ns the cell of tho Death, ns Ml not nnys. Is the j )riiu no im.v wr mir imire complex life. Arc and denth, though not In- - JUStllS boebel Makes Strong KHNTCCKY TRUSS ASSOCIATION herent In life Itself, arc inherent In the , Speech at Meeting, differentiation that makes life worth TOO MANY FIRES llvlnc Professor II. S. Jennings In Popular Sclenco Monthly. October Sth was Bet aside by thu At a meeting of tho county Judgos governor of tho state as Klro Preand county attorneys of the State hold LETTER TO THE CITIZEN vention Day, and Tho Citizen and at the House of Hcpresentatlves. iirtiptlnnllv overv other rjaDer In tho Decatur, 111., Nov. 12th, 11)12. Frankfort. Ky., on Nov. 8. tho follow". state made mention of tho governor's .Mr. Faulkner: ing resolution was adopted: proclamation, and called attention to t W look forward to receiving a things "Resolved, the necessity of doing tho That we, the county tur UJ"C wltn &nal anxiety ludaea and countv Mm envfirnnr Insisted unon .'j iltnrn.ii,- ni, th. " , .IV ,, .i I a thoro examination of flues, stoves, rnD1ca, nean- ""m,on celvlng a letter from home. they and furnaces to see If 'PPve and Indorae the action of this d read tho dally papers ot were out of repair before ctartlng city, which give mo tho dally events tho 8tate Bo" of Valuation and As- tho fires in the fall, and the cleanament In placing upon the great ing up all rubbish about the prem of tho world, but The Citizen, besides giving tho homo news (not eorporatlona of the State", enjoying ises. Harlan my natUo valuable public franchisee and prlvl- In this t.roclamatlon the mayors of directly from Col- - legea, their Just share of the burdens tho cities and towns werecaJleU up- - ll0i out t1"01'4 'ar 'd Uerea which Is like home to me), of taxation and we commend their acts on to enforca tho observance of the leeJ. day, and all tho clUzens were naked slvcs somo ot the best thoughts of to the people of the State aa constl- uerg to cooperate In tho matter ot pre-- Area's teachers and officers. 1 won- tutlng the greatest tax reform of many venting the terrlblo flro loss that der if they urc realizing the fact yMr( and wh(j we enterU,n ,he tho state and nation aro subjected that they arc- teaching and lecturing hghMt reflard and rc fQf "LIm"".'! to every year- -a loss, which though to thousands cf students and learn- - b of In many cases covered by insurance, K'rs although many miles away. " a"d tho Hon' John . tli.i 1 call Tho Citizen tho homo paper is for the wholo people as much a small Increases was made In the ten amount of the total value ot all prop - Rleh' of Covington, employed a. as- loss as If tho valuo of property In because It was around the "hearthbest years for earnings thnt the rail erty equnllzcd for taxation In the en counsel, we are unwilling that was roads of this country over saw. money were sunk In the middle of Placo" of Uerea College that 1 tire First Congressional District, em "ny lack of counael on behalf of the Inadequate Taxation of Railroads. tho ocean, where it never can be re- - inspired and awakened to the bracing thirteen counties, and, In ad In tho world. 8tate should endanger the Just and of greater usefulness claimed. "The picture here presented Of the dltlon thereto, ot all the counties of previous inadequate franchise assess the Second District, with the eicr Notwlthstnndlag this proclamation U was the dally devotional exercises, patriotic action of the State Board of JUSTUS GOKHKI.. and Valuation and Assessment, and we inents Is nstoundlng, but when one Hon ot Henderson and Davles. "Kquallty Is all I want " nnd tho Insistence on the part of tho Sunday evening Biruions, "Cnmtinrlnc the Increase of one hun examines Into the sltuatlou resardlnt:' k dormitory prayer-meet- recommend to the Attorney General the press, so far as The Citizen Is tho Some of you may think this Is mere thu tangible assessments made by rail dred million dollars with the Central ,,. , able to discover, nothing whatever Ings and UibU study that spurred mo . ,hlnk TUBU commissions of the properties ol portion of the State, It equals th the Governor of th state that an whn was done, at least In Berea, nnd since on toward batter things. Many stn- - emeraencv exi,tl and tmt h. mn.. I say I know whereof I sneak, and . . . I .i..... i mti ut inr tutni fv iuo j .n ' vi luui i iuo vvi yvt nituito nwn ruins, fl 111UU opposed some of these require- that time about seven buildings have , dents emnent counie, be emp0yed ,0 de. believe the railroads well understood th8 statei tne word nMoundlng' Is In erty dualized for taxation In the burned within tlio city limits, the ments, but they were and are rounds fend the action of the State Board of perrniueu adequate and here must be supplanted Eighth Congressional District, ombrar to live. origin of tho fire In each case being hy which wo did and may ascend to bv the word 'dumbfounding' to state Inc ten counties, and In nddltlon there Valuation and Aasessment In the William Goebel'a Way. more or less mysterious, but presum- - J a higher and nobler plane of life, more correctly what the tangible ps to tho county of Fayette, which In United States Court." Had William Ooebel been per sessment nlature nctunllv tiresents. Many aro wondering what I nm eludes the cltv of l.eilncton. ably from flues, a thorough over- Justus Goebel, of Covington, made a mitted to live, ono of his first acts asj "Toko tho caso of the C. & O. It. It "Comparing the ono hundred mllllo-- i hauling of which might not only have doing out hcio. If they could see thu Governor would have been a demand Bn,t th hnw that th tnrlMi. dollar increase with the, Eastern see caved tho buildings, but have saved j hoys and girls as they flock to the peech before tho assemblage, nlead. nn Iha Clala .. ...... .i . k. . tin. ,l tn .IaK-.-. property or tbls company In lt2. ru non oi tne mme h --.iimm ui nmu.... . .A .. l.ln, the occupants a good deal of dls rural school house and church each ing for tho employment of additional, " . . ... ...... u year. ago. was as.es.eo ai ,.Ula,t.,. ui 7 tress, and the local population con- - Sunday, they would know. I am counsel for the State. .Mr. Ooebel ;j ernes 0f the neaiiuy puuue scrvicj ng m l"- equallxed for taxation In nil the coun N0tw I girls .aid: sidorablo nervo strain. Certainly this trying to sav.. the boys and corporations of the Bute, and further' '"cklng oi vast tie. embrnced In the old Ninth and 0 'roadi care would have been appreciated by through tho Sunday Schools. Mr President. Oontlemen and My that thoso properties be adequately ayStem( acquiring much now real Tenth Cotign sslonnl District, with During tho hummer, under the aua- Brother Kentucklaua: assessed. If the Railroad Comralssloa tat6( proUab!y more than doubling thu1 the exception of tho county of Fleming the Insurance companies. American Sunday There is some complaint about icies of the "i am moBt happy to meet with tho or Uoanl of Valuation and Assess 0qUpmcnt 0f and cars, and or. in nil twenty six counties, mont8 had declined to make meantime Increasing by earnings tho rates, now, but we need not be sur- - School Union I organized county Judges and county attorney, of ft8geBBe"tB ,nl,ed Crisis In Kentucky's Affairs ccorUlnf lo w''at w1' valuo of its stock 650 per -- cent, this prised, precautions new Sunday Schools, nnd now 1 am unless grcat-- r 1 am urateful ,nnlbI are taken, if it soon becomes imnos- - l.eeping watch over them during the ZterTot expression for an , Is a brought lit of''.h. LuiV , m, . t on, ,6,570,270. or ii.i.t slble to cct lnsuranco In nerta at winter season. If tho world is ever ,. ... - - -- -. . .. . ... r,UJi,i... ...i,ii. wiuiiiD turn anil hml It rninn n n mmm iiiM -- rr - -w - mrtwr.ii. ,tir-- i per cent less man in :u v ...uou nu.vu - won for Chrlr.t, we must first win all. Fires will occur sometimes, howagainst the. more than 2.000.Km my presence here, and asks some ox- - wllh dlrccllon8 t0 thoroughly Investl Kurther comment to show arB aRO ever careful and cautious people may the rural youth for Him, and I know n ate. t "n anJ rcPrt th lruo ra'r thnt n..r stnto ho. t.en rohhl l. .... souls who live in th.i 98 counties of vu " "um be, but It is a fact that ordinary pre- - no better mtrhod than establishing value of the property of such corpora- this State, traersed by their lines "You, the gentlemen of the respect- - tlons. Tho facts thus obtained aud jeople'8 "This Is n tight of wrong agalns' cautions would reduce them at least Sunday Schoola and young The other railroad, have been Him right: Inequality against equality, ti: he counties of tho State, who have presented by that committee and Its seventy-fiv- e per cent. organizations j p,r,BVU Ull lUfll would have given to the ,.a.J fulrness against fairness, nnd lujunuWishing you well In th- - great work been elected to office and charged by" public and simultaneous therewith ",fc'u" pro u.rtfor lnay year. ngalnst Justice MORAL USURY you aro doing and awaiting eagerly law to protect the interests of widows would have gone forth .his demand Corporations Prevent Honest Valua- "Those last words of my brother It you lend money mid collect monI and orphan- s- estate. In he hands of good things In Thu Citizen, upon tho80 stat0 hoaT lo asgel(ll tlons. lie brnve nnd feurless and loyal to the dial the legal rate of IntereM yun the . ... ., . irusiee. me every citizen and taxpay. those properties for taxation In nc nre guilty of prnctlcinu imury. II tlW am, "In fact, until this year the Hoard of gren.t common people.' have never Very cordially, covered, you must miffcr the penalty erwbo voted for you or against you, as cordanco with tho truth; If then the Valuation and Assessment has been censed burning In my brain, and 1.1 Wolfctd It. Johnson, In the Interest of the1 my heart, and when In August Inst i well as those who did not vote at all- - stat0 DoRra naa 8tl" rallea or rt,ri""'" controlltxl Missionary. you know there is such n tiling Igiil to agree to a reductlo i you' all of you ' In your'omcial caoaeltv ' to do thelr BWorn dutle" to tho ',eol'lei wealthy corporations by somo hook of was b i he would have impeached them and CTdoi. cither friendship, political favor of many millions on the new 1912 iih as moral usury? : have sworn duties to perform, aud out , arven them from offlce. If the present rendered or to be rendered, bribery or sessments, I gave th exact fcell... llloomlngton, ill., When you collect from tlm-- e nlmul gratitude to those who have hou- - Hoard of aluatlon and Assessment Intimidation, but never before has thu that you more of service, or ntteutUin. or Dear Editor: me then nnd It Is th ,u" wor luty bj state, counties or cities beeu given same todu) l would rather loso nn syuiiathy, or Ihnii you are i'leaso change tho address of my ored you. you must have great desire tad not a0,le lD0 ucPl0- - tUat ls J"1 whal Bhu,,l,i i hat hey were rightfully entitled to. j life than be n party to a shameful properly entitled to you ure guilty of paper from Green Valley to this place, to perform thoso duties well With ' practicing mornl usury. W example, of compromise of what I know rlghtfulh 5 i!-1... ' I have Just received last week's r,terence to tho business of thi. da- y'.t'.ilN - "Ano.,,,e.r of ih ".! To Illustrate: " "aKra,u "0"", 'M,"uc ,rUBl' ",,l0,,K ' l"e Stute and tne people in,. I Citizen, . which contained tho last In- - t th .Ui.M.i.m.it.r hr to -- You are a husband nnd you require oi me ueupie, wun coiuo leave out of my ' ntn opposed to making a political "am wrry It cussed your sworn duty Is to protect , icresi "Necessity for action In tho Interest remarks what I am about to aay, but of your wife more thnn the uinrrlaKc atallment of treckles.' I a,Bt.t of the matter of employment cr couiiact provides. You demund of her ls ended. 1 havo read" every word ot the interests of every taxpayer of the 0 the people ha. grown a. years have that la Impossible under present elr- - j niltllttnnal counsel to pay debts or pur paaied. until It ha. developed luto cumstances. Until now, I have said patience, or for- it with the greatest delight, and 1 county you represent. moro of self denial, or t Corporations Deny People Rights, j what ls today a crying shamo from very little about the L. & N, Railroad. ciaBt. a fnvor What I have donecm giveness, or affection. Hum you are wish It could go on and on. I road assist the board, nny other private willing to extend to tier. Or you nre every lino of the paper,and my chll"You are here to consider a matter which relief must come, Some may say that I have an old anl irn could have done. If some of tho. E wife and you nxk of your htislmnd dren do also. Furthermore, I loan the ,B voiy evldent that In Kentucky, moslty to the L. & N. Railroad Com- - who were so quick and prompt wh" 0f infinite Interest to your people as I more of labor, of nnxlety, of economy paper to my neighbors, and have big corporations pany, because of the assassination of there was a Job In sight, to Intcrced n, Tn bJ t an j , ai In other States, than you aro willing to give. many questions from them concern. i."0" f ,8"9 my brother. I say, gentlemen, that Is .for certain attorneys, bnd In year which , ,w'" "6!e.r .?ay ,UBUO mi and couatltutlona, You nre a umirer! 10 " a mistake. In my state of health and past turned their attention to rellev ul Inir Flnren. hun lnnt? Iipn Hnnlari thorn )iMnimA nf ' Or you are n win, or daughter, nnd nave nothing but love ' ing the sufferings of the State mi "Gentlemen, am going to prove It ai my age, who corporate avarice and greed and tho I do not often meet people you exact more from your parents a tvaabnauD tf tint flluVtnnaalv sko ine ease 01 iwr lew minuies. i..u men, wniner tney agree people from unequal taxntlon. t of some in your father' Irnntu miiiti nltniil1 IIapod Thpm should-- of than you would at this hour bo rightfully en "all""d; Were ' Mr' .T mo or "ot' Nx, ,he money or assistance, your mother's) ono lady in Green Valley, my former In whom the people in the paat have ,h,C' wou,d llko for hlm t0 hear that my dear brother spoke were titled to somo consideration In the si fWallT 'placed their trust. homo ' however. Mrs. Dr. Kelley. who caro or kindness. .., . l. I inc.s. iney no not understand. I lection of sneclal counsel. That thft i?rent rnmtnnr. nonnla m' l You are usurious. naa u uear intuu cuuuecicu wnu iui r of c- - A o - H"way. 10W forgive them.' here may be some who should bear only their fair and Just Or you ask of your friends or nc- - BCI1UU1, .innl Corporations Again Show Hand. .. .. .To1n v., " r.UoA nf h u C I.. l 11.11 now do not understand me. GentleoroDornon oi 1110 uuraen oi taxation , ,v quailltunces more ...e aim i.u.,..w 3, la8t willing and rca I jnti 7hat road on Its oiitlrn men, the men elected to office did not "I charge, and .. Is one of tho greater blesslnes to our roaa. in Hum vim nr. uIIHiil' to extend to ' yatem in KentucKy paid taxes on a , uo tneir outy. " l" " hate to say so, but I to prove If necessary, that omlss-.Wn(i for whlch my brother, William. them. You expect more than U your uuu tt" due nnd complain If they do not freely curslonlsts to Cincinnati, since he jal)0relj uud praycd and becauso of totaI valuation of only J9.313.270, , am here to speak the truth, and all I of these 4'iirporatlniiH, who, by dar was at one ",no a Qcrea student. IJo j wlalcli bo was dually assassinated. whereas, the street railway company have fought for In the past seven and damnnlilii mcUiods, tried their In Klvc. tno c"y P LouiBvllle wbb made to month. Is Justice and fairness for the to prevent the Hoard of Valuation was delighted with the trip. "i8 it surprising then that I am hero That Is mornl usury. AsscHBmi-n- l 10,800,000. , people. from making propor a valuation of Pay on Wishing tho noDcr groat success. I nllod with n nrofoundlv earnnat dYour friend, for Itixtituce. without of their property, are tod Anotner ot the many examples of Intending to do so, offends you. Ho lam, Ire that the people of my 8tate, of Think of It, gentlemenl u- - u ,n 1901 l'al(l "aBrant f public trust Is to be meddling in thu matter of the empl "T"8 Cl & shows by his mnuner tnut lie is sorry the Stato of my martyred brother, Very truly yours, he hurt you. You refuse to meet him come luto the enjoyment of n tMeB on a franchise valuation of only I found In tho records of our Stute per ment of speciul counsel to assist tu hall Martha Durham McQulre. t In Genera! theso half way, requiring n formal apology right to which In all law and In com- - $2,171,183, and In 1911 on a valuation. I talnlng to tho a frauchlso assessments Attorney l. atnawan arA. wuercas. me ooaru uy At uoaru 01 a aiuuuon aud Assess th i Statu, and If they enn 01 om' nud cherish your grievance. iue mon honesty they are entitled? Editor Waxes Sarcastic. found that their 1912 assessment ment of tho I,. & N It, It. In 1901 this trol the selection they may bo i; Hank usury A Kansas editor sarcastically Unjust Taxation Upon People. should be $18,798,630. The C, N. O. & company's franchise assessment wh Or you refuse to exercise charity to pended upon to pay 'any man of strit that he wants to buy n sack "Too long, altogether too long, ha T. P. H. II. In 1901 paid taxes on a 16,601,879. In 1902 the your friend who tins his shortcomings. of was morn than the Statu will agree to p flour, a pair of unjust discrimination franchise valuation of only 13,110.197. inoreased to $10,774,899.assessment I,. & there been Or you require of hlm more of self "Ther. are men who have said m and tho and '1 straw hat, and denial than you would suffer for hlm, trousers, to receive bids on thothat he against the people, unjust and burden- and In 1911 on a valuation of only N. brought suit to enjoin the State places to our Attorney llenernl tin' ls ready earn. some taxation upon the people as com- 13,659,320, whereas, the board found He will do all that may become a man. Ho snys that Is the wuy the merchants pared with what has been required to their 1912 assessment should be $10, from collecting on the Incieaso ol In tho niiplojment of Attorney Jo You want hlm to go farther. $4,270,020, I.. Itloh, the State lutd gone far onou do when they want two dollars' wortt tie paid by the big corporation, of our 674,200. The I. C. In 1901 paid taxes Usurer.! "I said a whllt ago that the corpoi but to rich men I would say; 'Is yool Job work. Atchison Oloba I 111 I I'mt-offi- and Daath. e Attorney ' lar ... kt-thn- fn Ct. ",,tnU cent more Hone will never pay of only they are made to pay, and you 1,89,870, and In 1911 on a valuation than ,, will eea that proven, of only 14,610,320, whereas, the board "In 1903 with tho validity of the found their 1911 assessment should he pending In the United 114,746.857. The Is. A N. It. It. In 1901 1902 Increaio tho Hoard for some Inpaid taxes on a franchise valuation ol States Ccut, reason fixed tho franchise oul (6,604,879 and In 1911 on a valua conceivable of this compnny at $2,588,' assessment tlon of only $11,899,200, whereas, the 694 less than the 1902 assessment. In board found tholr 1912 assessment 1(04, with the validity of the 1902 In should be 146,428,074, creased assessment still pending In Flaht Must Be to a Finish. the court, the Hoard fixed tho fran "I want to tall you gentlemen, that People Are Awakening ' .1..4 .nH lust, and chise assessment of thla company at 1. "A hundred million dollar Increase In in the courts wa will H.H0.269 lesa than tho 1903 assess- " Wt 8" ,n March, 1905, tho suit of the tho valuo of corporation property for w,n Bu, JU'S" no ,eii man than the Hon. N. Company against Auditor taxation opens a new era In the Stato'i yVlll'lam j Bryan the great champion I affairs and has awakened the people! f th stated that courts Coulter was decided In fuvor of the . pt0pt 11 11U uiuusui l.tmil iu li I Va IZII I II Ul . luatlCa tO the peo- DUlir, III" iuuu iiwh.im ..." W.VB ri wnat has been done to them through chlie assessment or xio.774.899 to e ,h.: ThYodor. Zsevel. tho year, of the past. Ascertain., lld: but, notwithstanding the fact v,lll ""I" Mllrt P'M( the i"il recently a" lruth' thdU8h crughld 10 ,ar,1. w' ,ld lhN b8 of "ho u- na"ro"d' In ,r,B? J"al "0tC0ulnly,Wb" charged th.t .ome 0 the judge, he this com , on ,h4 bench proved dlinonent ". " assessment against tho equal no time, C,"a VW ,U"T" Qnllemen, I want you to go Into this1 of thedid. nt assessmentreach $10,774,89:1 . of 1902 taxation, and Its will that, , den, hMft ,nd w,th n w mm hub, in rim.ui luomci UB'";c'orl" " ",a( loval lawyers, and flaht to a flnlah and, unui ' of the people must n'eceii,ry. Now. I want tc that Milton II, Hmlth. prealdent of the ?mco by Xj. L N. It. n testified In the United ' I am no corporation hater. l"u" oy to you l",em,cr i ;m buame.. m.n. i know we hav States Court at Frankfort, In 1906 thnt will sweep asldo and Into ob tho tanglbln property value alone ot hi llvlon as old chaff any man who hesiN. Itallrond In Kentucky In but we don't have to have them to the the h. & tates or dares to stand In the way disadvantage of the people. I want wm .w.uy,wu. of Improvement and betterment ol ,'flcntlemen, I nm quoting from pub- them to have dlvldenda. Out I do not I conditions tor tho whole people. reap them at the expense. c recorda, want them to "No ono doubts, had William doobcl "Thla Is more proof of how our Btate people and the other taxpayera. been permitted to live, that that which of the Let them pay what the other taxpayers hit been robbed. Accurate Information was recently dono by tho Hoard ol cables me to any for Hon. C. C. Mc pay. Equality la all I want. Valuation and Assessment would have .11 ihos, mm I Chord and Auditor Henry M. Ilosworth, iVnkn. been dono moro than a decado ago, ,g Rnd ,ho ,wo othetB now eulnR' two gentlemen who served on Statu In years past, that they and today, Inatead of tho large public anted ,no BRlno a,,ossment for 1912 Taxing Hoardsmercy aervlco corporations fighting In the , of a majority ad ,n ,011 Th Hoard nfi wore at the courts and by slnlstor methods oil VaIimtIon nm, AB,flanient based theli verse to their views and Inclined ' dcavorlng to perpetuate unjust and un nggp8,n)cntg 0n convincing prool against the Interests of tho people equal taxation; attempting to throttle accA before them, and the. What the Increased Valuation Means, of TJllllM tho action of tho present State taxing "What docs the hundred million dol aMeMrncnts nro uniformly Just and '""""d' the flr8t t0 act tM m t,,e ,n fair and of tho more than four bun- lar Increase made by the present tcrC?i ?f tho pt"?Ie' s,Uch corPrn,'on" dred corporations assessed by fl..-- ' Hoard of Valuation and Assessment on long ago been paying Into . , .. . franchisee mean to the pro corporation ' only clcht have .' .,r. ,ti rfnrnnt aetlnna nf Him . .,i the Stnto. countv and cltv treasuries mu lestea in mo court, nnu wit-stheir Just proportion of tho taxes among those that have always pro- - State ami to tne wnoio mniei The ono hundred million dollar In portlonatcly paid tho least. crease means half ns much as tin State Robbed of Millions. amnnni tit Ihn tntnl vnllIM Af hII (Iim In the last twelve yean, since the tor taxation In the .1 death of William Ooebel the State c of j,!fr,.rM1tl whlcn ,nclllll counties and cities have been robbed th c, of oul,nft (and the word robbed Is the only word ..CompnrlnK thp ncrenB0 with the that fits the case) of more than ten thllt c,mtnln lho (hrM aTKVltt million dollars In taxes. gfCom, c,aM cUm of 8tato th). , ; am going to prove It. "I ,aU 10 ammlnl ot the total crMIlp "In tho years from 1S02 to 1911. In va,uc of n prIl()rty Hiun,tcd for ,af elusive, a period of ten years then. , , colintpg of Campbell. Ka nan uet-- nu ,,.trra. .u i... Ktnton and Frnnklln. which in franchise assessments of tho four cludo tin cities of Newport. Lexlne largest railroads n tho State of only Cov,n(.toII anJ rrankfort Comparing tho Incrensoof one hut and this almost tin "Think he Wwtrra m.on Btate. Corporation lawyers have, boast Ingly said 'Tho death of William doe-be- l was a benefit to tho corporations.' If this were truo, the question Is, how much longer ahall the people be held In bondage becauso of his denth? "God knows the corporations' now suing tho State have been able to procuro (and tho word procure la used advisedly) Immunity long enough from paying their Just sharo of tho taxes. '.I. I , g; Z.Hor triime ' ii .- j'" ' iu. , ";""" ". . ..j ..tinn h, - ... n.. ' , id-.'- mid-wee- ,,, ,,. ,. 1 k ...i i ) " ... ... : ,r ,u. . 1 ' tl lul Xd , """"" .. rrZtl P"" V ",m I ' .(...i.i-iju.iii-.- - pot.M-t.M-- nmd-dnnc- J J 1 I J ! 1Z - 1 1 1 1 . I , I v,ul" V, "" " 14 111 c 1111 -' m 1 aa 1 a 1 '' n (Continued on Pago C) November 21, 1912. THE CITIZEN. Page Three. jgjfjort jgfermontf FOR A. JQQOOOOC PHBMR OUR TEACHERS' DEPARTMENT Conducted by Prof. Charles D. Lewis WOMAN IS TO BE THE DIRECTOR DR. ANNA LOUISE STRONG, EXPERIENCED WORKER, TO HAVE CHARGE OF EXHIBIT. will have photographs and chart ihowlng how thpy aro romblnlng religious, physical and mental training. Schools. Hoys nnd girls learn more quickly when education Is varied to meet their Individual nceds-nn- d capacities. Ono o. the largest exhibits will be that ot the Louisville public schools, composed of photographs, charts and class rooms, where the parents may seo tho dilldren actively cngnccd In kindergarten nnd primary and other grade work, as well ns domestic science, drnwlng, music, mnnunl training, nnd other modem school room activities. Photographs of schools In otlwr cities, with charts giving facts as to :ost, equipment and organization, will Indicate some of tho lines along which tho Loulsvlllo schools hope to develop. A room will Im devoted to an Kxhlblt sf tho Wider Uso of tho School Plant, Including Sodnl Centers, School Oar-deand Vacation Schools and Associations. The Kentucky School for the Blind will mnko an exhibit ot Its Interesting nnd Important work. Parent-Teachers' The Abundant Life conversation with a friend They c.omc only rarely In tho world. ovcnlng that has given mo In tho third place he grew "In (Omiilurtril liy the Nntlunnl Women'! something which I wish to give to favor with Cod." Too often thl ClirlnlUn Tfiiiliuiice Union.) tny tencher friends through tho growth la all that we think of when week considering ltm life and In Teacher's I)cirtment. many WHERE IS THE BEER M0NEY7 you may think that I wroto n letter nses wo fall to remember that Ho that was for tho farmer rather thuti did OUOW In favor with (lod, Just as Characteristic Reply of Reformed tho teacher, and again this wek you nnd I must, It wo wish to get Painter When Questioned by you may think that I should bo ad- such favor. That, ot course, means the Mis Drinking Mates. dressing; Homo other clns-- of Indivi- l;reatcHt of nil growth, tho growth of duals, for I nm going to tnko ri text what wo call I ho "spiritual life," but A contributor to Tho Century Mogn-from tho lllbln. which I liko to call tho C13NTIIAL I ztno tells tho following Incident: Will you not turn to John was Introduced 'a Tew months ago to LIKK, for mound It all real Ilf-- i a painter by trade, an and read tho verso very cnrefull 7 grows. It Is not so much n thing f man, an an Then print upon tho pages ol your Itself, but rather tho bringing of all Religion has restored his soul, given memory In IcttcrH that will never tho other parts ot our llfo under tho him new birth, and made him a useful fndo tho word that you have rend laws ot tho Creator, at tho right citizen. He told mo how his mates "get at him" for being a teetotaler, "I am como that you might linve Life, bodily Ufa means tho bringing of every organ t our bodies under tho and how they ara continually asking nnd havo It abundantly." What waB tho "llfo" to which ne law of llfo for ur animal bodies. Tho him, "Don't your missus never give you any beer money 7' 'To which I rcf erred? Head Luke nnd you ruling of our llfo, In other words, by answered them,' tin said, grinning, will find out. All that wo know of the tho Croat Life. 'Hoh, yuss; my old lady gives .me llfo of Jesus lrom tho ago of twelve Fourth, He grew "In favor with plenty of beor money shillings and began his public man." That la to say, ho stood wU shillings. And where do you think I to Uio tlmo ho keep It? In my gardenl Ain't that work l that "Ho grow In wisdom, among his neighbors, mid wob Ui?Ir artful of me? And some of my beor nnd Btnturo, and In favor with (!od LEADER, not merely, 1 feel sure, money has got feathers and lays eggs, nnd rnun." Iln'i, what does this state-meon tho Sabbatl. In tho synagogue, but and some has got fur and makes cover. at work, at play, and In social gatherlovely pie, and some has got flowers I!t us bop, "drew." Thnt means ings. and smells a bit of all right. Yuss,-I- f that ho Incrciined In slzo nnd power you'd llko to see my beer money drop This Is whiat Ho would have us according to tho laws of nnttire, I. o. In some Saturday afternoon and take remember when wo read that we aro a walk round my garden. I'll show ho must havo had food nnd exerclao to have n moro abundant life thrj ho you last week's beer money, the along alt of iho lines In which having lived. Not merely a llfo grew. And whnt were theso lines? his week's before yuss, and last year's gf religious Joy-- to bo at some tlmo hopping and clucking and crowing and Let us go over them one by ono: extended Into eternity tut a full, smelling beautiful. By the way, old First, ho grew "In wisdom," that d llfo like Ills, Including tho friend, where's your beer money? Is, In true mental power, tho power physical, tho mental and tho social Where Is It? Con you show It me, or reason along Is tho publican keeping It for you till to think nnd will nnd lite, as well at- - that of tho spirit. right lines. In n way that would fit Christmas?' " Last week 1 wroto cf tho his Ufa to tho condition and prob- her, and tho need there Is for All lems which he had to meet. COMPARISON OF TWO TOWNS him In tho community but I wish through Ills llfo wo find that Ho now to go futther and' ask you to tho Fargo, N. D., With No License, Far was ono of clearest thinkers, field of your work htrohgegt rensoners and the best think of tho full Outstrips Moorhead, Minnesota as being LEADERS In tho fourfold City, With Many Saloons. talkers thnt tho world Iiok ever way, that I havo pointed out, mado known. If you do not bellevo thlB When North Dakota adopted constl read with care tho entire story cf posslblo tho great leadership of tutlonal prohibition the prediction was Ill's llfo ob found In tho four Gospels Jeeus. freely made by leading newspapers I want to ml: It you aro living nnd you will be convinced thnt what that the towns In the state would de- and teaching In Mch a way as to bo ' say Is right. cline for lack of revenue from the satlio second place Lo grew "In nble to say of yourself, "I have como In loons, and that Minnesota towns Just across the lied river, which divides stature," that Is In physical strength. to this district that all may havo llfo tbe two states, would profit by North Ho was n strong man In bodily power, and havo It abundantly." Dakota's loss. energetic, athletic, brave. You can J Tills subject must bo left at this After ten years of no saloons, Far- learn this, too, from tho story of point and finished next week, but go had one miles of paved streets for 1ib life A weak man or woman, weak In tho meantlmo think of Luke each 676 population, one mile water In addition think one In body, I mean, can not bo a leadsr and John mains for each 270 population, mile sewers for each 338 population, of a school, a community, or a state. whether I nm right In saying that to tho work of tho teacher Is really to city debt or 119.60 per capita, ratio Of course there aro exceptions city debt to assessed valuation, 7.8 per this, but you had not host think that bring "tho abundant llfo to tho cent, city tax ratio, 15.98 miles. More-hea- you can Iw ono of tin exceptions. community. Minnesota, Just across tbe river, with 48 licensed saloons, bad one mile workers that lasting results can bo of paved streets for each .1,862 popula- EDUCATION IN JACKSON COUNTY accomplished. Mr. Webb does not tion, one mile water mains for each I Observations of a Berea Visitor claim that ho has "arrived'' In his 702 population, one mile sewers for In certainly working In each 858 population, city debt $44.79 In Jackson County, as In nil other . work but ho per capita, city debt to assessed valu- counties In Kentucky, tho public tho right direction. ation, 20.5 per cent, city tax ratio, John F, Smith. schools must In tho future have tha 21 SJmllls. lion's share of credit for the work of GET READY FJri WINTER TERM country communiANOTHER QUESTION OF VALUE regenerating tho ties, I uso tlrs word regenerating not o Tho Winter Term of Berea sense, but tho opens on Wednesday, Jan, 1st. While Cojrt Sets Price of $500 on Full In tho ecclesiastical meaning I havo In mind Is very llko Grown Tree Nothing Is Said Students should bo on hand It posthat. Tho rural communities must bo slblo on Monday or Tuesday but It Is About Man. led into, n now life. They must Lo not advisable for them to como beA New York court hns declared that born again. fore that tlmo. a fullgrown tree Is worth $600, and This work of regeneration is milkTho attendanco In all departments that amount of damage for the wanton ing considerable progress here. Tho In front of a has been growing very rapidly, nnd destruction of tho same city residence has been collected. Ho spirit of a now education, n moro last winter a good many students had who plants a tren not only mnkes a practical and serviceable education. to "bo turned away for lack of acmnl H till! tnn fn Itin rnmfnpl nt man la nlimnil nnmilfr tllCKCl hills mill :t commodations. This year some new and tho beauty of tho world, but a is being fostertd tn tho public schools, buildings aro under construction, and valuable contribution to the wealth of (u mauy of lUcg0 schools Important several dwelling houses will bo equipI the community aro being obtained. ped tor uso of students. It Is very What about tho destruction of a results , ,v Whatever other wlso. things tho Important, however, for all that nro .. W , . Vfl I I1UIIIV, Ut IMU IMUtIM tl.l. community or a nation? DNoIHono County Board of Education may havo intending to be hero engage rooms of-- n to boy or dono recently. It has certainly taken In advance. A moment's thought will will deny that tho girl Js a vslunble contribution to the no wiser step than tho reelection ot show thai It Is Imposstblo to provide ruco'and to the world, or1 that tho eco- Mr. Leo Webb as supervisor of Counan unlimited num manly ty Schools. .Mr. Webb Is tho right accommodations for nomic worth of a ber on short notice. All who Intend man, or womanly woman, Is at least Ho knows tho to bo hero for tho Winter man for Uio place. Term 500. What then of tho policy which permits not merely tho destruction of fcchoolB, whero they aro strong and should wrlto Immediately, and sand such, but the making of him, or of her, whero they nro weak; ho knows tho Ono Dollar for deposit for reservatheir tion ot a room so that wo shall be an actual burden to the community teachers, knows his people, and a menaco to the social traditions nml their noods. Ho ' suro that they aro really coming. I lamlllar with tho general economic shall bo glad to correspond and ansWhere Able Men Fall Down. conditions ot his county mid Is a snno wer questions. "Some men ot the very highest talprogressive thinker on educationCordially yours, ents and successful In nnd n. Walter Morton, Secretary, their chosen vocation seem to make al work. Ho lv working nt his Job. I am not turo tho people reallzo a sad muddle of tholr matrimonial afBerea, Ky fairs," said Judge W. M. Christopher fully tho- - Importanco of tho valuablo of Chicago recently. work ho Is doing for tho children of Why Walt for an Occasion T "One of the ablest lawyers I ever his county, but I know many renllso There la nothing too good for knew, a man who had an absolute ge- It, for I havo heard expressions of day use. nius for handling big cases, had two tho confidence in tho man and In nuptial experiences, both ot which were failures. In both cases, how- work ho Is doing. School houses havo been cleaned ever, the blame was almost wholly on blm. To tell the truth, he was about up; pictures, and mottoes, maps and drunk when the marriage other suoclmenc of student work aro vows were uttered on eac! occasion, displayed on walls. Play grounds hnVc Tho number of men who fortify them-AlA-GLAZnSTIia8 cloftrcJ cf rubblsh leBCl selves with whisky to a degree of near ttn1 'JuribccOm0 moro lntcn8lv Intoxication whon about to get mar-- ! "Written So Yob Can Understand It" Is bigger than the public dreams ntc. children havo been enlisted In pa- of, and this has a direct Bearing on tho new educational work and the vast number ot unhappy unions trotiB havo been stirred to put new and the consequent evil of divorce." aluos on tho work of tho schools. Things aro moving forward. A wonderful ttorv of the Proffmta tj this Mef han Abounding In Hope, I should llko to say many things leal Age. luuructive. but mote fascinating than St. raul'a prayer for the Roman any fiction. A maguine for Hanker. Doctor. church that thav mlsht Im flllH nbout tho excellent work nt Gray La vryere. Teachers, Farmer. MuslncM Men, Manry err "with all Joy and peace In believing.- - ,,awk. Tyor. Koruv Knou- - Annvllle. ufacturer. Mechanic. IUj 1.200,000 readersee on Interest everybody. When you spaco month. you understand why. Atk the man who read it. other coin m unities, but that they might "abound in hope." Can will show faith which has none of tbsse blessed wilt not permit. Whorovcr I wont Your newtdealerfree sampleyou one: or writs the publiaheni for a copy. fruits be rightly called faith at all? In the county I was Impressed with The "Shop Moles" Dept. Who should be so filled with "peace." , the efforts of tho superintendent and thing How to make repair, and article for and so abound In "hope," and be so . w.iiww th emotion. homo and ahop. etc "Amateur Mechanics" moved by "Joy," as those who know In ola0C8 1 Wa0 wfk am nt whom th.r have believed? Sorrow. fumitur. wireleas, boats, engines, magic, and all tha thutgs a boy loves. may compass them about; misfortunes . I'lwiseil with tho reesults. SO ptr yr, tlneU cvfit IS mfi may surround and dog tbem; but Much has been dono, much remains ASK it YOUR NEWSDEALER Or AJJrax by within they have a fount of Joy that Is to bo accomplished. It Is only rOPULAR MECHANICS MACAZ1NI a perennial strength. I tho persistent efforts of real cnpablo 233 WuUmIm 91, OImm I had n thin WIIHN TUB SOt'I, I.KT8 ao. iBY THE REV. HARRY L. EVERETT lot TO PORTRAY CONDITIONS Text: Proverb! xlv:14: "The iplrlt man will sustain hli Infirmity, Eof wounded spirit who can beart" There In only one way to iiiensiiro the futuro history of civilization, and that Is by scanning tlio past history of civilization. We hnvn no Instm- merits with ub In our Journey that are more powerful than tho Instruments that the prophets of civiliza tion have used, and they have always bated their calculations for the futuro on the htntory of the past. Now the history of the past Is the story of tho soul of tho past. Wherever r rnco, a nation or an Individual has succeeded In history the reason for tho success Is found In the kind of soul the race, the nation, or the Individual has accomplished. Tho reason that tho little nation, that was bid In thnt strip of land between the Taurus mountains and Egypt, climbed past the Bloater nations of Assyria, Hubylonla and Persia, Is because the descendants of the man, Abraham, had a greater soul than the nations that were neighbors. So as one scans the past, with aJl Its mystery and problem, there Is no one thing of which lie may be more sure than that It was the soul that girded tho moving bands. See It as you look down the vista. Now see the on sweep of the nations of great souls. The fragrance of tropical gardens entice, but the souls of great nations move through the gardens, drink the fragrant air and, leaping the walls, rush on to their destiny. Prejudice weaves a wob of threads 10-1- 0, Many Deaths Among Kentucky Children Could be Prevented This will be an Important Subject Before the Conference. Tho scope of tho Kentucky Child and Exhibit at is limited .Louisville, November only by the conditions surrounding child, life. Dr. Anna Louise Strong, a young woman In her early twenties, Is tho Director of the Exhibit. Dr. Strong Is a Ph. D. from the University of Chicago and has directed the Child Welfare Exhibits In New York, Chicago, Kansas City and Montreal and is the most notable figure In America In this work. Under her supervision nearly $100,000 was spent In preparing for the New York exhibit. The great bulk ot this money was spent In securing views nnd screens of child life In the school, In Its home, whether In tenements or palaces, In settlement and educational movements, recreation grounds and Industrial conditions, ns Well ns to show Its moral and religious life and to show the operation ot phi- - Welfare Conference 21-3- Recreation. nt Play time can teach children how to pull together and to "toto fair." A model Playground, fully equipped, will open to the children under the direction of regular supervisors. Photographs and chnrts showing what Louisville Is furnishing the children In the way ot recreation, can be seen here, also some of the future plans ot the Board of Park Commissioners. Striking features of moving picture shows, dance halls, and other commercial amusements will form part ot this section. Country Life and Schols. four-side- Farmer-Teac- f Dmi tow of Iron; conservatism uproots trees and leaves then root and branch- -to obstruct tho way; Ignorance digs foul holes In the path of nations going, but the souls of great nations have broken the web of prejudice, climbed tho fallen trunks of conservatism and tilled the holes of Ignorance with fresh waters. Weeding bruited and wounded they have risen and trod the heights again. Now, this fact Is particularly Interesting when we apply It to tho life of the .Individual. Hero Is a young man who has decided that an education Is a worthy object. He has talked to hit pastor and his pastor has told htm that with an education be can better his physical conditions. A lawyer has pointed out that there Is a worthy position In law for him at the end of his collegiate education. A business friend has told him that there are places In tho great world of politics for a young man with an education. The young man decides to get the education, lie succeeds In finding an Institution trial will give him a scholarship. He lcavos home and enters on the new life. The first week opens well. The next week tbe Instructors call for results In the class room. Tho man In geometry tells him that he must do better work In geometry. Tho English Instructor that as a matter of fact tells hi the moat Important work In tho school Is English and that ho must do hotter work In Kngllsh, The Intolls htm that for structor In mind development null his future vocabulary there Is nothing like Latin and that he really should give bolter results In Latin. In each room that ho enters on this particular second Thursduy of tils education ho Is met by remarks. Kach department requires Its pound of flesh. At tho end" of tho day he goes to his room. Ho has tried to do his work. He certainly wants an education. He will work as hard as he can, but ho can work no harder than Perhaps It ho has been working. Isn't In him. Perhaps his family are of thoso who never could bo educated. He has read' of that somewhere He remembers that In a magazine. bis father never got an education, and surely his grandfather never was educated. I ask you, as this young man Is making his decision In this room, "What do you consider that his answer will rest upont" The answer comes back with a thrill, "It will depend upon tho soul tho young man has." If the lad can say, "Yes, In geoIt Is true that I failed metry, yesterday In Latin, the day before In Kngllsh, but I know I can win, that there Is an education before me If 1 try. I shall do better tomorrow and the next day, I Bhall do still better, and some day I shait have It all. I know I can win, I feci It In mo somewhere." If that Is hli answer he will win. Hut what really, then, does his answer defend upon? It depends upon the slzo and tho quality of his soul. It thero Is something swelling up within him that makes him stay, It he has a great soul that will not let him go, be wins. If bis soul tells him that becauso of heritage or environment or absence from school for a period of years, If his soul tells hlin these things and says them loud enough the youth will go down In defeat You ask me bow far bis defeat will go. I tell you that he may be aa a whipped dog through all his life. He will be defeated until be gets a soul, a great soul, a aoul big enough to 111 y I I dClmrlooti fleaer Dt'iws: ru5f the aims and Vnte a erfas ht UcU fV)t (tons Uti. tnst qrew tottpti. I I I Kentucky farms, forests and streams aro waiting for the boy and girl who Is learning to use them. The child In the country needs as fine a school as the child In the city. Conditions that nffect child life In the sountry ns distinguished from the city will here be made clear. The valuable lessons country boys and girls are learning from the Corn and Tomato Clubs will be shown and rural schools and housing conditions explained by photographs nnd models. This Exhibit will be the first of its kind ever made In a Child Welfare Exhibit. The Child and the Law. The law is to protect, not to oppress, the child. 2-- 10-1- This section will show tbe work and tho needs ot Institutions established by law for thecare of neglected, dependent and delinquent children. It will also present the laws now existing for the protection ot children, with tuggestlons for further legislation. Industrial Conditions. The wages In a family and the kind ot work dono decide largely the child's manner ot life. Figures nnd charts will give the wages of men nnd women, the accidents to Industrial workers, the cost of living, nnd the result ot these wages and accidents upon the child's life. Pictures and stories will show the harm done n child by selling' papers, dillverlng messages and working In- 'H Col-leg- I I ,,, ,i .,.,. i well-bor- well-being- lanthroplc movements and the management of philanthropic homes. To this invaluable collections of screens was added nbout $50,000 worth of screens prepared for the Chicago Child Welfare tixhiblt and subsequently valuable additions were made on account of the Kansas City and Montreal exhibits. All the screens used in the doors Homes. previous exhibits, as well as hundreds of views of Louisville nnd Kentuck The Ideal place for the child should conditions, will be shown at the Ken- be Its own home. tucky Exhibit and Conference this This section will be one ot the most month. attractive ot the whole exhibit. Here apartment The officers of the exhibit, who have will be shown a three-roogiven generously of their time, money furnished for n hundred dollars, a nnd energy to further tho enterprise model playground with toys that aro for the sake of the Kentucky boy and playable and durable and games and girl, havo endeavored to enlist tho ac- home occupations for children, practiof phllanthroplr cal outfits of children's clothes made tive workers throughout Kentucky,J)ut ow- of materials that will wear well. A ing to the newness ot the venture havo met without a great deal ot success. However, they have secured reduced railroad rates Into Louisville for the occasion and Mrs. Morris D. 5MALC- - POX Ilelknap, president ot tho association and chief worker In preparing tor tho YOU Louisville Exhibit, expresses the hope every county and community In that Kentucky will be largely represented. Miss Adele Dramlles, a notable setKHf,lk4 W WlAtV MuUstfX MVvA pC tlement worker of Louisville, Is tho assistant director ot the Louisville exhibit. . three-fourth- s 2V1ECHLANICS B POPULAR 1 ed 300 Pictures 400 Articles 250 Pages Every r, Month ii Ud a,rlanr ""V HW win. aMWMtti MMawpjlIPl lM M tJW I Then Kentucky officers have comV A C CINATIONUS&tt I plied statistics showing that a large number of deaths among children cair be prevented by proper feeding nnd care, as well as showing tho startling fact that ono child died for every tour that nro born. sllgH ' .' PJtPHTjJCOlA gBBSgmuM In tho health exhibit will bo shown DON T DCLAY a milk station, babies' hospital room, pure food show, antl dental clinic, tuberculosis exhibit and n model dairy. This exhibit will be under tho supervision of the Kentucky State Board of with the Health, which Is delay, jHCCuetr KiU. IHt ChUbiJaJ I officers of tho Kentucky Child Welfare Association to Its fullest extent In an endeavor to exhibit tho causo and prevention ot and Numerous photographs d'silay of wholesome food will be oa blindness. and charts have been collected along view. Features ot ?ood and bad hous ing conditions in Loulsvlllo will form this line. a striking feature ot this section. Moral Life. Philanthropy. Tbe larger part now taken by the A dependent child Is one who by In tho child's weekday amusechurch ments makes religion mere real to him poverty, the illness or death ot than It was to his grandfathers and parents, or bad homo surroundings Is grandmothers In they boyhood and deprived of a fair chance In life. Phi girlhood days. Under this heading tho lanthropy consists largely In caring for Institutional church will show what this child. Striking drawings, photographs and they aro doing for the reclamation ot tho children, as well as itatements will show bow this child Is for tha reclamation ot the young men tupported In its own home, placed In and young women. Thero will bo a another home or cared for In an Insti School room with tution. This section will ulso touch on model Sunday classes going on at stated hours. The tho work with dent and dumb mid Y. M. C. A., tho V. W. C. A., tho Y. M. rippled children nnd those unfor II. A. and the Girls' Friendly Society tunate In other vaB. V Health. 'V s Iage Four. THE CITIZEN. HEAR DR. MC CORMACK'S LECTURE MR, WOOLEY'S Efficiency LECTURE November 21, 1912. S 2 iooooooooooooooooooooooo LOCAL PAGE NETS OF BEREA. AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Saturday Evening Dr. J. N. McCormack of the State Bereft Board of Health will bo in Saturday evening, and will Rive in Tha Strongs! Plea For A Tsmpsrance Sans and Impas- DO YOU NEED A ooooo9ooooooo oooooooaoooaoooX your purchasrs It'a next four at Welch's during DR. BEST, months thousands up to you, for Illustrated health lecture to students, faculty, and citizens at night. DENTIST CITT efficient health Not only Is Dr. McCormack prom- FIRE, FIRE, Insure your property Jncnt In Kentucky, but he Is one lecturers on health of the DAN H. BRICK uccossor to W, II. Porter, Berea. Ky. topics In the Union, and Berea is jirs. sam jsaacs o vaucy view, very fortunate In securing his presFire. Life, Acddeit, and Lire Stock Ky., visited at tho home of her daugh ence, and every citizen of the town INSURANCE ter, Mrs. J. K. Baker, the first ff Is Invited to hear him. Will sln your bond. the week. His lecturo will be Illustrated, at- ing In life. Richmond, Ky. Phone 505 The most noticeable thing about Highest Cash Prices paid for holi- tention blng given to tuberculosis, day turkeys. J. S. Cott, Depot St. hook Mr. Wooley's address was the temespecially to typhoid, and perate language used, no exaggera(adv.) worm. North Bound, Local plain statement of facts !n tion Mica Mien C. Stone who made an a. m. 10:66 p. m. 7:00 Knoxvllle comImissionersale an appealing way. And tho large 2:52 a. m. extended visit here eight years ago 1:07 p. m BEREA atwas held In rapt audience 7:46 a.m. stopped off In Berea last week for 6:30 p. m. ClnclnntU City of Berea. Ky., Plaintiff tention, declaring to an lndlvlduil Local South Bound, a short time. She was on her way vs 8:16 p. m. to her home In Lexington, Mass., from almost, when put to the test by ft 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati rising vote, that they desired above 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. Hlndman, Ky., where she has been Mrs. J. W. Hall, Defendant BEREA Under and by lrtue of a judgment all things to bo efficient, to make 7:00 p. m. 6:60 a. ra. spending the past six weeks. Knoxvllle and order of sale rendreed at the Ezpreat TYaln. There will bo a "basket social" at October Term, 1511, of the Jtadlson the most of life. 32 will stop at Berea to take No. At tho conclusion of the address tho West End Sunday School, Fri Circuit Court, In the alwve styled d, on passengers for Dayton, O., pledges were circulated, and a large day night, to obtain funds for the action, the undersigned Master ComInd.. Indianapolis, Ind., Colum- Christmas majority of those present signed the entertainment. missioner of cald Court will, on Mon- - duplicate slip agreeing to abstain points beyond. bus, O., and The revival services which have day, December 2nd. 1U12. at 11 o'clock from nlcoholIc South Bound. aor8 ln ftny ,orm been going on at the Baptist church a. m. ln from of the Court House as a beverage. 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati for several days, conducted by Rev. door In Richmond. Ky.. sell to the j 11: 55 a. m. BEREA Mr Woo,ey has ,,one ug great g00lli No. 33 will stop to take on pas- - , EHIs, closed last Sunday night with mgncsi anu oese oiuuer ai nnJ wj ftre gurc thftt ,,, ' five additions to the church. Auction the life Interest of Defend- - wlll never bo" forgotten, nnd aengers for Atlanta and points ba- that ant, Mrs. J. W. Hall. In a certain ,e cfpct of h,, ft(jdres8 wl lm ast. ,ond' j MISS AMBROSE ENTERTAINS house and lo; of ground located on ,nR upon the nun(te(i9 of formative North Bound 4:46 p. m. South Center Street, In Borra, Ky., minds thnt listened to him. URSA Miss Lillian Ambrose entertained 1:37 p. m. Cincinnati and being the hame property a number of her frlend3 last Satur- I by Defendant, or bo much FOR RENT day evening at the home of Prof, (thereof as will produce the sum of G. E. Porter moved his Drug and Mrs. Seale on Jackson St. Dr. of be Desirable property, six acres $119.15 the amount ordered to store from Chestnut Street to the Tho evenlnc which was filled with (land, house, and all necessary mado. building on tho corner of Main nnd ve, ani pleaBant convex , buildings TERMS: Sa'd property will Just outside tho city limits Center Streets one day last week. a too QuIcV,y and thft ton It's no difference what kind of i Iiarty wcre oblIge(j to depart ,n a stove you wnt, you can get It r.t Iiaste ,n ord(T t0 gaJ the,r rooms j (adv.) Welch's. beforo the ringng of curfew. An en- Mr. M. L. Phillips and son, Wm., joyable feature of the evening was the of Frankfort and Mr. Joe Phillips of serving of delicious cako and cocoa. LaGrange, on their way to Rock- Those present were ' the Misses castle County to visit relatives, spent Steger, Johnson, Spangler, Beem, Saturday and Sunday with their Greenlee and Ambrose and the Messrs. niece, Mrs. J. B. Richardson and Robinson, Batson, Single, Peck, and " family of Berea. the Davison brothers. The largest line of stoves ever shown ln Bcrca now on exhibition at DUNN BIGKNELL best-knew- n i Rich-mond j j PIIONK 151 Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co. her parents. the of votes wilt make (adv.) for somo one. of the filth and preventable diseases, over Miss EstclU Bicknell was and that wj now have a reasonably from nichmor.il to spend Sunday with service. of health In Kentucky for the lait thirty years, and It Is due to him, more than to anyone else, that the state has awakened to the dangers sioned Argument. Derm students, faculty and citizens were given a greet treat, Tuesday evening. In the privilege of hearing the Mr. John O. Wooley. one of greatest temperance lecturer on the Platform today. Many were reminded of the grvat address of Congressman llobson two ago. and the similarity of the was appeal made by the two men One could hear nelln.--r notlceablo. Mr. Hobson nor Mr. Wooley without realizing that entirely new tactics are now being used by tho pleadors for temperance. Now the argument to the necessity of total abstinence, If one wishes to be efficient If one expects to make the most In any call- Drug The Berea Incorporated, Company, THE REXALL STORE, TRUSS? Has a complete line and Guarantee! Fit and Satisfaction. )rs BEREA MARKETS on a credit of Six Months time, tho Purchaser being required to execute bond with approved security payable Butter, 20c per jwund. Eggs, 30c ier dozen. to tho Commissioner with a lien retained on tho property sold to se- VEGETABLES Irish K)tatocs, 70c per bu. cure tho payment of the purchaso money; or tho purchaser may pay Sweet potatoes $1 per bu. per pound. Cabbage, cash If desired. II. C. Illco. M. C, M. C. C. POULTRY: Chickens, fryers, Sc per pound. Hens, 7c xv pound. Roosters, Cc. PIE SUPPER l'.-J- the There was n pie siipixr nt Apples, 7Co per bu. Pears l per Mallory Springs School house last bu. ' Saturday night. Speeches were given KIXUR. MEAL, ETC. by the teacher of tho school, 'Mr. Best grado flour, 13.40 per cwt. Achilles Webb, and Mr. Oncnr Hays, Meal, M per bu. and Miss Oooch, nil former Berea Wheat bran, (1.40 per hundred. per bushel. students, The house was well fill-o- il Wheat, Corn 55c per bu. and the beautifully decorated and good well filled boxes sold nt a Oats, 60c per bushel. price. The purpose of tho nipper was Hay, COc per hundred. Cattle, 3 to Cc por lb. to start a school library- Calvi, 6 to 6c per pound. Hogs, C; to 6ic ier pound. SALE-COMMISSIONER'S Sheep, 2 4 to 3, 3 per lb. Ilingham, Plaintiff Iirabs, 4 to 6c per pound. , Allle Fowler Hides, dry 15c per lb., green, 10c. T John Chastecn, Etc., Defendants Under and by virtue, of a Judgment CINCINNATI MARKETS and order of sale rendered at the Circuit POULTRY: October TVrm of Madleon Springers (1 2 lbs and over) 16c Court, ln tho nbovo ctjlod action, 14c. Roosters, 7c, undersigned Master Commission- pound. Hens, the e lb., tomi, (Turkeys, hens, 16 er of said Court will, on Monday, ' 16 gvrso Sc lb., Ducks, 10c December 2. 1912, at about 11 o'clock lb., Young guineas 4.OO05.OO doz. House a. in. In front of tho Court CATTLE. HOGS, ETC. door In Richmond, Ky., cell to the Cattle. 3.2507.75. t highest and txxt bidder at Public S 1 12 c, FRUITS: Auction tho following described pro-lrt- y 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 STOV ES : stoves stoves : STOVIiS stoves : STOVES or as much thereof ns will produce tho sum of Jl 16.10. tho amount ordered to be made. A certain trnct of land situated ln Madison County, Kentucky, on tho headwaters f Brushy Fork of Silver Creok, beginning at a stono In tho center of tho road from Berea to Slatu Lick, thence South 71 East 10 Poles to a stone; South 57, East 46.C Poles 2, Calves, 00010.25. Hogs, 3.50ff7.50. Pigs (110 lbs. and less) Sheep 2.S5G3.35. Lambs 4.25Q6.25. Corn 75c per bu. Wheat 95c per bu. Hay, 15.00 per ton. 4.00Q7X0. (adv.) Welch's. visited Dr. and Mrs. P. Cornelius at Whltesburg, Ky., from last Thursday until Monday. Mr. J. E. Farsons of Alcorn, Ky., accepted a position with the Berea Drug Co., the first of this week. Mrs. Cbas B. Llndsley who underwent a serious operation at the college hospital a few weeks ago was uble to return home the past week. Miss Emma Necly, who makes homo with Dr. and Mrs. Cowley 's vUlting ln McKee, this week f will win the prizes at Welch's! i who, P"'" A nn.1 LTCOl, lllllil, n 111 'Win-- . WJtntn UIUIU tUU lrS mnn tiln MSS iUHU (adv.) Davis. Miss Nannie Johnson who recent Immediately following the ceremony ly underwent an operation for appen- - ianQ tne serving of refreshments the . . . (Ileitis Is almost well uriuu anu giwrai uruvu 10 iticiimonu from there went to Lexington for The Ladles IHsslonary Society of and the Baptist church will hold a bazaar, a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. Dunn will mako Wednesday, November 27th, In the and their home at Mr. Dunn's place near front part" of Tho Berea Bank TruBt Co. Eatcbles of all kinds will Klrksvllle. be on sale, and, everything that KENTUCKIANS IN CALIFORNIA goes to make a Thanksgiving dln- - hr Miss Vola Bicknell of this place and "Mr. Richard White Dunn of Klrksvllle, both young people who are well known to all Berea people, were married latt Thursday night. Tho wedding was a very quiet one and came as a surprise to many. It took place at tho home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Ed Scrlvner ttt 10 o'clock, Thursday night. The Rew Keltch of tho Christian church officiated. In addition to the Intimate family there were present only Miss Bess Smith and Mr. Chas. Dunn, Sanitary Bakery Haing purchased the "OoWtn llaVerv," and moved it to my home on Center Street, I am to furnlib the cltlrens of llerea ulth FIRST CLASS BREAD Will be pleaded to h.ne mj friends, and all who can appreciate COOD BREAD, to come nnd trr broad from my oven. tho property until all tho purchase money Is paid, or tho purchaser may pay cash If desired. II. C. Rice. M. C. M. C. C. to a stono; North 13 Kait 20.': Poles to a, mono and a stump; North 4S West 45.4 Poles to a' stono In the center of tho road; then west 29 North with tho road 37 poles to the beginning, containing 8.71 acres. TERMS; Said proptrty will be sold on a credit of Six Mcnths time, tho Purchaser being required to cxecuto ayablo to Uio Commtsloncr bond with approved security bearing 6 per cent Interest from day of salo until iad with a lien retained on 4, mo Pt WELCH'S sold on a credit of Six Months time, 'of Richmond on the Big Hill Pike. Purchasers being required to execute Property will bo rented for one year, security with land possession given the 20th bond with approved of Hen retained on the property told December. Address Mrs. Rachel Cof- untll the purchase money Is paid. field, 624 South Llmo St, Lexington, Ky- H. C. Rice, M. C. M. C. C. (adv.) ' i Loaf Bread, Fresh and Fine, Hot from the Oven Every Day PIES AND CAKES OF ALL KINDS MADE TO ORDER MRS. BERT C0DDINGTON $30.00 TO $100.00 A MONTH For your pr tlmeKiptrlenc not ftJ-ed- . Want an aetlv man In this locality. V par To Introduce ut to your friends. larctst cash txnrMa when sick. Injured, and at death, (or smallest cost and Cash.Ilonua offer to first applicant from this plae. Writs quick far frea-Ia-sura- particulars. THE 833, Covlntfton. Ky. ner can bo purchased there. The big contest Is now on at (adv.) Welch's. Miss Llndsley delightfully entertained tho 'Misses Betha King, Henrietta Beecher, Kathcrlne Waterbury and Frances Cameron at a four o'clock tea, Monday afternoon, at the homo of Rev. and Mrs. B. H. Roberts. Dr. and Mrs. Cowley returned from a ten days visit ln New York and' Washington, Wednesday noon. Mrs. J. T. Scrlvner of I!xlngton Is visiting, this week, at tho home of her fcon, Mr. Ed Scrlvner. Mr. Edwin Tatum was visiting ln town over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hunt are Mr. an extended visit from Hunt's mother. BEREAVED A letter to The Citizen from -- Mr. and '.Mrs. Jnc. Lakes, who formerly lived near Buea, and whose homo Is now at Rcdlands, California, announces tho death of their little twenty months old daughter, Georgia. Mr. and 'iln Lakes, while having been ln California less than a year, found many friends to comfort them In their sorrow, and they are also comforted by tho thought that death TWIN APPLES i J COMMISSIONER'S Berea Bank & SALE We Want You TO READ THIS "AD" LIST TO VISIT OUR STORE TO BE ON OUR Trust Co., Plaintiffs last week, Tho Editor received from Mr. D. S. Fowler, Paint Lick, It a very fine lien Davis apple. be mom nearly correct to say two large apples In one, for the two were grown together so perfectly as to be entirely one. But away from line of union each maintained Is not an eternal separation but that form. The twins wero tho ks perfect there will be a meeting beyond of very fine flavor. grave ln tho home of tho blest. Mr. Fowler is noted for tho fact CHESTNUJSpGLES thnt h knows how to inako feorchum gallons, delivered Wrlto mo for prices on the famous molasses. Two best the timo tho gift of tho twin apples "Waddle" maVo of shtngles, was made, for which ho charged 00 on tho market. cents a gallon, aro very fine nlmost H. II, Wood,. Wildle, Ky. as good as honey. vs i A. P. Ramsey, Etc., Defendants, Under and by virtue of a ment and order of salo rendered nt the October Term of the Madison Circuit Court, In tho abovo styled Judg-would 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 tt FOR'SALE house I havo for sale a six room and two acres of land at Kingston, Ky. Must bo sold beforo Jan 1st, '13. Call on, or wrlto J. A. Rlddejl, Kingsoffice. (adv.) ton, Ky. TERMS: action, the undersigned Master Com-th- o mlssloner of cald Court will, on Monday, December 2nd, 1913, In front cf j tho Court House door In Richmond, Ky.. at 11 o'clock a. m. sell to tho highest and boot bidder at Public Auction tho following described property or as much thereof as will produce the sum of $223.75, Uio amount ordered to bo made: A lot or parcel on of ground ln Porter's tho corner of Depot and Railroad Sts., In tho town cf Berea, Ky., known as lot No. 5, In tho said and being tho soma property conveyed to A. P. Ramsoy by W. II. Porter by deed dated Jan. 16, 1911, recorded ln deed book In Madison County Clerk's n your friends too. OUR FALL 1912 STOCK will sur- Said property will bo sold 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 D1LIVBRV ;i pass all previous ones, not only os.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. CoyU BuUding, Main St.. H HAYES '"e BEREA, Quality Store" GOTT KENTUCKY it H Phone 57, November 21, i yi j. CORN 1I1E Cll lZliN SHOW AND.SCHOOL MMAnONAL rural SUNMTSOIOOL cultural and many thrilling experiences ed. FATAL endur- Lesson nr B. O. HKIXEIIH, Dlrctor ef ixptrtmtnt The Moody IllbU In tltutt of Chtcaco.) Kr-ntnK LESSON FOR NOVEMBER 24 THE TBAN8FIQURATI0N. I.K8HON TKXT Mark OOt.DKN TBXT "A volc cm out of th cloud, laying. This It my bvlovtd Son; ye Illra."-I-- uk l: It V. 2 6. Peter's 1. On tho Mountain, confession li conneetod closely with the lesson for today. There Is no record of the Intervening "six days." We are left to surmlso what of fear and perplexity Oiled tho mlndi of the after listening to tho words of Jesus found In Mark 8:34 and 9:1. Theie words must certainly hare filled them with doubt and dismay. Aa If to meet this condition of mind Jesus takes Peter, James and John, dls-clpl- tt. home of Walrus, and later went with blm Into iftLo garden, and withdrew to a moun-'TOlprobably ML Hermon. Hero ho waa transformed, l.o., metamorphosed, were also prosent In the completely changed In appearanco; read carefully tho parnllol accounts. IJetter days aro surely ahead for Kentucky, Judging from the widespread Interest In better ngrl- condltlonn. This was forcibly brought to tho mind of every ono ho fortunnte as to Ikj r visitor at tho Corn Show nnd School Kxblblt .of Narrow Onp, Pllver Creek nnd IMlot Knob 8chools, Wednesday, Nov 13th, held at tho Narrow Onp School. The little Lutldlng with Its clean floor, whlto scrubbed desks and npnrkllng window panes, was filled to Its capacity with eager nnd Interested spectator, who assembled nt 10 n. m. Th'i program was varied and suitable nnd waa Interspersed wjth music by a quartet led by Prof. T. A. Kdwards of Ueren'a Foundation Schools. Tho devotional pnrt of the exercises was In charge of Rev. Roberts, Hev. Amhroso and Itev. IVnnlman. Mr. Klanery, Supt. of tho Ucn-Collego Farm, inndo nn nddress on "Fruit Culturo" with demonstrations and blackboard diagram. Prof. M. E. Marsh explained tlm ,H;st mcthtM' cf ,mtt" naming and Mr. J. S. Degmnn, Supt of Bereft Collego Daltv, made a practical demonstration of tho proper handling of butter, drawing off tho milk, vnshlng tho butter, nailing and work ing It, putting It Into tho brick mold a RAILROAD WRECK A fast C. II. & D. train was wrecked, tho 13th, In tho suburbs of by running Into n heavy Fifteen persons . freight on a siding. woro killed outright ' r.nd as many moro ccrlously Injured. A Kentucky family of five- mcmbsrs, by the ' name of Choney from Rrcnthltt. Coun-ty- , was wiped out with the exception of ono member, tho father. Tho wreck was due to the failure of the brnkeman to close the switch. IN OUR OWN STATE Continued from Plrtt Figc Moses tho lawgiver and Elijah tho great reform prophet. What a commentary aa to tho Interest of hoaven In a dying Messiah and In the glory of that death. Wo need to read Paul's Inspired words (Phil. 2:0,7) In this connec tion, ilo who thought It not a prlte to bo grasped after to be oqual with God. yet took upon himself tho form of a slavo and was mado In tho habit fashion of a man. Upon tho moun- Jesus reversed tho flguro and tlm , er. r for h A bountiful arkct. dinner was served nnd ft clplcs there caught a faint glimpse of NoIan' Co,,ntv Sl"'1 cf Schools, was commending tho energy cf that glory which ho had with tho Father boforo tho world was (John this school nnd congratulating Miss 17:B). Hut tho work of redemption Fox, tho fnlthful, tireless worker ut was not yet accomplished, and so Narrow (3np. on obtaining the help onco moro ho turns back upon that nm, ,,rC8enc( rf Mr Montgomery, the glory. Small wonder, though, that as , fh Governm-! they beheld theso heavenly visitors Co,,,,Kc-gooPeter should exclaim: "Rabbi, It lsiaml of U"r Mr. Montgomery nmde the final for us to bo hero; let us raako tabernacles (booths), one for uTh giving directions for tho Selec-thcono for Moses and ono for Ell-- ' tlon of Sued Corn and the mulnten-Jih.- " Notice, however, that Peter 'unco of fertility In soils. pane -- ror no wist not wnai to say ullHprlll. Tho four (v. 6). Mark nlono records theso tlon to Tho Citizen, given by Pres. words, and Mark largely received his Frobt of Uorva, were awarded ns fol- gospel from Peter. lows; Three Heavenly Voices Heard. 1. Tho best ten ears of com, any Wo have only to read 2 Peter, 1:16-- ' clioo, II Irani Halter. 18 to answer any Question as to this 2. Tho best can of fruit, any school, being a vision In tho modern accept-ance of that term. We nro also told Julia Hays. mat tno word -- vision - round in verso i 3, rI10 best pound of butter. nny or tno lesson can do translated, Bchool, Vernlo Carrier. "things seen." Indeed tho disciples Tho best needlework, any school. wero "fully awake" (Luko 9:32 R. V.). Tho question as to how tho disciples Myrtle Powell Thu prizes offered by 'Miss Fox to could recognlio Moses and "Elijah, whom they had never socn. Is not at pupils of Narrow Oap school we.v all difficult for tho believer. They ap-- ' awarded as follows: peared "In glory" and when tho glory Host 10 ea-of corn, 1st, Hiram was withdrawn thoy saw "no man Raker; 2nd, Charley Maker; 3rd, savo Jesus." Willard Parker. This also servos to help answer tha Dost 10 ear pocorn, 1st Charley question, "Shall wo recognize In glory Roily Raker; 2nd, Roy Settle; 3rd. thoso whom wo hnvo lost nwkllo?" Three heavenly voices wero heard. Settle. Jesus' volco In prayer, ltu companRest loaf of brend, 1st, Ellen ions conversing of that great event Shupe; 2nd, Zylphla PgK; Jrd, Myrtle yet to bo accomplished (Luko 9:31) Mr! lone. nnd tho volco of God, "TIiIb is my Rest pound of butter, 1st. Vernle (only begotten) Son; hear him." What matters tho opinions of earth's Carrier; 2nd, 0,al SlmpRon; 3rd. Myr. greatest lawyers and prophets, or the tie Mcllone. Rest needlowork, aprons, 1st 5Iyr- suggestions of our dearest friends Fear fell upon them and thoy fell ' tie Powell; 2r.d, Matilda Viars; 3rd. upon their faces In humiliation, but i(.nr- - pjgg, w ith tender compassion Jojub said . ,ust u,vu,,.wrk puto-.- cases, Jut. 2nd, 'ylplia soma llkn ft rrhiikc in Voter , who hnd ...'" froely protested against tho sugges- r,nen duui-- , of tbo manner of his death. ''Bi canneu trim. Jesus transfiguration nnd tho words 2nd, Myrtlo Powell; 3rd, E. Shupe. of his companion, as well as tho conv mand of the Father, wero a vlndtca UNITED STATES NEWS tlon of hla authority and a rovelatton Cuntlmird from uge one in advance of tho supromo wonder of the cross. Arising thoy "saw no man CANAL SOON TO RE COMPLETED savo Jesus." It la far better to "see Announcement was made at Washhim" than to seo, hold converse with, or havo communion with, the great- ington, tho 17th, that tho opening of tho Panama Canal la only 11 few est of earth, past or present. S. Tho descent, v. 9:13. As they months Id the future, though the deicondcd from tho mountain Jesus formal opening will bo sevcrnl charged them to toll no man. Vory months Inter, Landslides, that nrres-sltat- o dlfforont from our modern method. tho moving of a vast amount Rut the need Is clearly shown as wa e unxpd-- ' "eiiB, uuiuiuurtii read Peter's words (3 Peter, 1:16-21)- . tho date. Poter places great emphasis upon tho Importanco of this experience, declarCANAL RATES FIXED ing himself as an eyewltnoss of his President Tatt Issued a proclama"roajosty" aa well as the "honor and glory." Peter and tho others could tion, Nor. 13th, fixing' I ho rates the not talk intelligently of this export-enc- e foreign shipping of tho world shall until after Christ's work waa pay for passago thru tho Panama "finished" upon Calvary, vindicated at Canal. Tho rato for merchant vesthe tomb and glorified on tho day of sels Is 1.20 per net ton; for naval Pentecost. Honco they "kept that vessels CO centb per displacement ton; saying with themselves," obeying his for trnusporln, colliers, etc., $1.20 injunction of silence. The transfiguration is a glorious per net ton. shipping Is American coast-wlsfact; It Is a wondrous light upon tho of from toll, tho protest "scandal of tho cross;" a wonderful rovolatlon of tho glory which "ha had Great Rrltaln notwithstanding. beforo tho world;" and It Is a ASCENDS MT. MCKINLEY propbocy of tho glory yet to be reProf. H. C. Parker has Just revealed. It sorved to help tho disciples during thoso days of darkness turned to his Drooklyn homo from and doubt through which thoy wero tho exploration of Mt. McKlnlcy, about to pass and It has boon an In- famous for tho claims of Dr. Cook. spiration to the Christian church Prof. Parker announces that ho reach, throughout tho subsequent ages. It 300 feet of tho highest is also a most significant warning. ed within his laut camp, on Juno 29th, Is- my son, my chosen; bear ye point, '"This sea blm;" and a pronouncement upon his being placed 17,000 foct above work and offlco. lovel. Now glaciers wero discovered nS every ono mndo welcome. Miss Morrow, Supt. of the Domestic Science Dept . after proving that It Is only by ghing ourselves tho most nourishing foods obtainable, that wo bocomo nblo to rarry on our vnrlous occupations n the legt possible way, men explained tho value and econo-o- r my of cerenls, properly cooked, dudlng bread making, nnd the tho Son of Man revealed," ntlK ((f fruits ln Slotl Z ! n1 nt o, ..,. ,... -- I cd In hung juries, having been granted a new trial by Judgo Kerr, was admitted to bail tho l!Hli. Tho bond was fixed nt 10,000. THE UNWRITTEN LAW llrnck Mauln, who killed James Farts of Richmond a few weeks ago, was arraigned beforo Judgo Denton, tho ICth, to determine whether ball should bo granted. Sufficient evidence was heard to show that Mau-pin- 's plea will be tho unwritten law. being Rail was allowed, the bond $5,000, which Maupln filled. EXTRA SESSION OF LEGISLATURE "Argus," tho reporter of the Ijoulsvllle Herald, assures the readers of that paper that Gov. McCrenry will Issue a call for an extra session of the Legislature before the end of tho month. This call Is said to bo absolutely necessary owing to tho financial conditions of tho state, nnd In order that tho administration may fulfill Its obligation. NEW HOME Tho Courier-Journand Evening Times wero 1110 ml, Sundny night, from Fourth and Green Streets to n now building on Third and Orecn. Tho chnnge was mado so expeditiously that tho papers came out on tlmn. Tho Courier upeaks of the feat ns nn eleventh hour scoop. STATE ARRORETUM With npproprlato ceremonies oighty-flv- o trees, representing ns many counties, wero set out In the rear of tho Capitol at Frankfort last Wednesday. Tho w ether was bad, but tlm ardor of tho crowd and the sivenkcrs was not Interfered with, representatives being present from many parts of tho state. Tills la tho fifth arboretum of tho kind In the country and tho only one paid for by popular subCOURIER-JOURNAL'S al scription. TROUBLE NOT WITHLAND BUT WITH FARMERS Jutlsou C. Wclllver, Washington corresK)ndent of Farm nnd Fireside, writes In tho current issue of that Iierlodlcnl nn Interesting account of tho United States Rureau of Soils. He says In part: "Dr. Milton Whitney, chief of the soils bureau, insists that proiior cultivation nnd lotatlon will make run 1 B ' down soils produce again as well ,v A BEREA PIONEER over.' Tho troublo Is not with tho Tho Citizen Is In receipt of a letland, but with tho peoplo farming It, of nnd their methods,' stoutly declare ter from Mr. Andrew J. Elder Rcdlands, Cat., who was born and Dr. Whitney. "Tho Rurenu of Soils Is trying to raised In Rerca. Its contents will no doubt bo of Interest, to many of tho find out all I'bout tho changes In soils that aro wrought as a result of older residents of tho town as It cultivation. It declares that tho min- most Burcly will to tho Collego. Tho eral and metal basis changes very, letter follows: Redl-md- , Cnl., Nov. 12, 1012. very little. The products of vegetable Editor of Thu Citizen, and animal growth, on tho other Dear Sir: hand, chango greatly and modify I was born In Derea, tho 1.1th day soli qualities very much. One will of Nov., 1830. In tho year MS, Prinbo useful and benevolent, another cipal J, A. R. Rogers taught me my vicious and harmful. a, b, c's In tho little old humble o "A certain toll, onco producing exwhero stands tho district cellent crops of wheat, had becomo school In Rerca. Principal Rogers "exhausted." Cow-peground very was not only n good teacher but a flno wero applied and It was found good man. I have known him to they had restored tho soil; it produ deprive hlrasolf of tho comforts cf ced a good crop, and did tho thing llfo to supply tho wants of his neigh-)orthroo times In succession; then tho I do not know whether Mrs. soil lapsed back Into Its first condiRogers is still living but I want to tion of pay her this tribute sha was a kind, "Why did the cow-pehave that good woman. effect? Tho Rureau took Ilka proiwr-tlon- s Thero Is no placo dearer to my of iratash. Phosphoric acid nnd heart than Rerca, tho spot where 1 nitrates tho plant food elements f was born and raised. Not even Calicow-peand put them Into tho d mounsoil; nnd It didn't produce tho effect fornia with her tains In summer and her geraniums of restoring Its fertility. Tho point blooming In can surpass, seemed to bo that theso various ele In my estimation, tho dark gro-ments, mixed together nnd applied lo mountains that slope off to tho bluo tho ground, didn't have tho genulno grass regions of Kentucky. Memory a effect. brings back now thoso sweet scenes "Doctor Whitney In a recent nd of tho days of my childhood. dress gave this explanation of tho Tho Principals of ncrea College operations within tho soil of various that I can remember were, John (J. agents Introduced through rotation uf Fee, J. A. R. Rogers, John Hanson, crops. Ho Bco:n8 to have a consld r- E. Lincoln and John F. Drlghten. nblo backing of authority and ex I romember that Father Fee's motperience In favor of his theory that to was "God hath mado" all nations fertilization Is, at least, much less of men of one blood." How I wish necessary. If scientific rotation !s ho could hava lived In San Diego durproblem Is, to followed. His bureau's ing the freo speech trouble there. develop the correct scientific rotaI shall nevor ceaso to thank tho tion for various soils and climates.' northern people, nnd capeclally President Frost, for tho good work that GET READY FOR WINTER TERM has been done for the mountain peoplo of Kentucky thru Derea College. Tho Winter Term of Derea College Andrew J. Elder. opens on Wednesday, Jan. 1. StuED. NOTE: Readers will find refdents should be on hand If possible erence to Mrs. Rogers In Prof. Dodge's 011 Monday or Tuesday, but It Is not letter In Tho Citizen, Nov. 7th, on advisable, for them tc come before page 4. that tlmo. LETTER TO CITIZEN Tho attendance lu all departments been growing very rapidly, nnd has C3J? Garfield Avenue, last winter a good many students had Mlddlctown, Ohio, Nov. S, 1912. to bo turned away for lack of ac Derea Citizen, commodations. This year some new Derea, Ky. buildings aro under construction, and I want to say Tho Citizen Is ono houses be of tho best papers 1 ever read and will several dwelling equipped for use of students. It 's wo would not do without It In our vory Important, however, for all that home. I was correspondent for four are Intending to ba hero to engage I years nt Klngrton but, having moved rooms In ndanco. A moment'c thought here gave my placa to another. will show that It Is Impossible) to We would be glad to hear from any provido accommodations for an un- of our Kentucky friends. limited number of students on short I remain, notice. All who intend to bo hero Mrs. 'Martha Powell Hudson. for tho Winter Torm should wrlto COMMISSIONER'SlALE Immediately, and send Ono Dollar for deposit for reservation of a room ho E. T. Fish, Plaintiff that wo shall bo sure they aro really V8 coming. I shall bo glad to correspond Annlo Moran Maupin, Defendant and answer questions. Under nnd by virtue of a judgment Cordially yours, and order of sate rendered at tho D. Walter Morton, ReCy, Rerca, Ky. October Torm, 1911, of tho Madison Circuit Court, In tho above styled action, tho undersigned Master Com missioner of said Court will, on Monday, December 2, 1912, In front cf tho Court House door in Richmond, Ky., at 11. o'clock a. 111., sell to tho highest and best bidder at Public cot-tags. as snow-peakemid-wint- er ow-ie- "Ability, known loyalty to tho cause and assured freedom from corporation taint, should bo the gauge to govern In the selection of an attorney to assist In the defense of the State's, and tht counties' Interest. , J I ii and If the counties rather than the State employ and pay, It Is only taking pocket money out of the Instead of the right the people, In the end, have to pay all the expense any way. I turned to this plan only when i found or there seemed to be no other way to satisfy the Attorney General and to get for the people the needed special counsel. The Attorney General himself proposed to me the 20 per cent as a fee to be paid by the counties to Mr. Rich, and said that he would secure the making of such a contract with Mr. Rich by five counties, and named them. When this matter was first proposed to me I said I would have nothing to do with the matter unless there was a clause In the contract which would give absolute pro tectlon to the people to prevent any lawyer from being paid an excessive fee for the services rendered. I have labored for months .and years to bring about the assessment made In 1912. and that without compensation, and It III becomes any man to say that hs has a greater desire to economize In the Interests of the people than have I. In the form of contract, I shall submit, I have safeguarded the people by providing a committee of honorabl: men to see to It that no man havj Auction tho following described propmore than a reasonable fee and that, erty or as much thereof as will pro- together with all other expenses to duce tho sum of $82.25, tho amount the counties, to be within the limit of ordered mado: Two ..village lots on the 20 per cent suggested by the tho glade In Derea, Ky., each lot General. 100 feet front cn Elllpso St nnd "The eight suits that have bce.i 283 fcot deep, and adjoining tbo lot brought against the State and conn Ed Moran nnd Dreck Rlythe and be- ties must be fought through all Fed ing tho same land conveyed to defen- eral and State courts and are ot vital They Involve for the State dant Ann Maupin and Samuel Moran Importance. 382,389 and for the counties, cltlej by doed recorded in deed book 41 at and taxing districts 2823,396, or a total page S41. annualy of $1,205,786. bo TERMS: Said property will "I feel that your approval of the sold on a credit of Six Months time, form of contract which I have subtho Purchaser being required to exe- mitted will prove your loyalty to your cute bond with approved security for constituents and In the end will actho purchase money; with lien re- complish great and everlasting good tained on tho property until all tho for your home county people and all left-han- d "When 'first I determined to givo myself to this work of compelling adequate taxation of corporations, I knew they would Invoke every power of the world, the flesh and the devil that oould possibly, by fair means or foul, ba commanded to aid them to prevent the carrying out of my designs, which were already a part of tho just law )? the land, and I have not been disappointed. Committee To Assist Lawyers. "For years I have known the public men of the State and from many eligible to be chosen for such service I have thought of some who have studied these questions and wbo know who can be trusted to assist In the effort to have your counties enjoy what the law Intended, and what the presont State Board of Valuation anil Assessment by Its 1912 assessments has made possible ot realization. These men I am not afraid to trust to act In an advisory capacity In the premises, they are and have been prominent In the affairs of the State. I refer to Governor James D. McCreary, Attorney-s General 'ames Garnett, Hon. M. Clu., of Bourbon County, and Hon. James Richardson ot Barren County. I would like to be honored by being on that? committee, because of my Infinite Interest In this matter. I have drawn a form ot contract which I shall read and hand to your Secretary and submit for your consideration. I feel that its fairness will at once address Itself to your honest Intelligence, and I beg that you return to your home county and urge upon the Individual members ot your county fiscal court that It be promptly executed, so that our forces may be enlisted and organized for this legal battle, tho nrst skirmish of which must be fought on the 20th day of tho present month in tho Federal Court hero In Frankfort. Plan for Securing Counsel. "This, of course, only with the understanding that your fiscal court will want to make any contract at all for special counsel. I have never thought much of this plan for securing the employment of the needed special counsel In these cases because, at best, when special counsel are employed and paid, the people bear the expense Can-slu- STUDY OF THE COURT OF THE FOUR SEASONS, INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION. the west of tho great Court of Honor nt tbo ranama-Paclfl- c International Exposition will come tbo Court of Four Seasons, one of the most elaborate nnd beautiful of the great Interior courts that will Ilo between tho huge exhibit palaces of the mnln group. The walls of tbo court will be partly formed by the palaces of Liberal Arts nnd of Education and by the two great wings of the Palace of Agriculture and partly by the classic colonnades and that will connect these buildings. The Court of Four Seasons, In classic Italian architecture. Is designed by Mr. Henry Rncon of' New York, (leslguer of tho Lincoln Memorial. In harmony with the tltlo of the court thero will, In each of Its four corners, bo set groups of statuary symbolical of the seasons Spring, Summer, Autumn nnd Winter. Tho sculpture will bo set In niches screened by colonnades. Mural paintings, nlso suggestive of the Kensons. will form tho background for the setting. Mc. Jules Gucrln. the noted artist, has charge of tho color plan. Tho Court of Four Seasons will bo 310 feet square. purchaso money Is paid. II. C. IUce, M. C. M. C. C. C0RP0-RATION- Kentucky. FIGHT ON BEGINS S i'up.-pon- TO perl-styl- o BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE t STORE Gasoline and A COMPLETE LINE Hardware, Painti, Mowing Machine, Farming Implemcnti, Oil Stovei, and Groceries PricesRig ht J J). CLARKSTON GiveUs nCall MAIN STREET, near Bonk ' Contiuutd from page two only Interest the welfare of the people, and have you proven that there Is no other Interest that Is greater with you than the people's Interest?' "I would Ilka to see these men trotted out', so we all may know what they look like and what their connections are. "It was determined add partly ar. ranged to employ Louis D. Drandeis, 'The People's Lawyer,' of Boston, as published on April 12, 1912, In the making of tho tentative and final assessments by the Roard, It necessary, but wo did without his services, and now that tho assessments have been made and tho eight big corporations have Instituted suit against the State it is hoped that It Mr. Drandeis, who is now spoken of as likely to bo a mem ber of President Wilson's cabinet, I unable to accept employment In de fenso of tho State's Interest, there wll' be employed ono or two other counsel, tbo best to be had In tbo United Stated whom Mr. Rraiidols to the Attorney-Genera- l may recommend to assist In representing the State. Picture. the scenes there Is a picture that Is saddening to me In conOur nection with all this matter. State, the treat State of Kentucky, li rendered Impotent, because the Governor, the chief executive of our8taie, and the Attorney General cannot agree as to the need of the people. The Governor Is In favor of additional says counsel, and the Attorney-Genera- l he has enough, and Is willing to accept the responsibility of this fight, and carry on these suits with the forces he now hai. I. say the responsibility Is too much to ask him to assume. "We are fighting a monster, we are fighting a demon that will resort to anything and they tried everything but murder to prevent the board from making these assessments. "They have attempted to corrupt the Board of Valuation and Assessment, and they will go further to attain their end. If they can, they will corrupt the courts, as they have don; ere this. And that Is what I want to convince , cu of and warn you against. Protect yourselves and others In theee cases and have lawyers who will maka the facts so clear that there can be but one cou'se open to the courts, and then they will follow It" A Saddening "Behind r Page Six. ""Do ydTT loTe 1110 THk CITIZEN. now)" questioned 11 November 2 1, 1912. ley mailt' me ITiH Don'ril, and Teati hull In wurE on her .her mfiul wns aC TEhf" was" flic tliiTsTiThg stroke. big pile while tin- - old squirrel does .studies. Dill;. "Yes. I'll lake care of you," prom- only one with bis teeth." As she approached boiuo that night "I'll try to lore you It you are a Ised Pelo Corson. i:innra Her "Hilly, picked hi in up mid kissed him. the girl paused In ninnrement. "fioodyl" said Klnorn. "l.et' start good Iwy." Mid Margaret. aro you hnppy?" sho asked. mother compniiy. and she was I "Yes, nnd so'h Snap," tinswcred Billy. "Then I guess I'll MnyV said Hilly. quick t And Pete, you look at theso laughing. hnd Horn P.l eitercd the kitchen "You might to set him mnkc I walking over closely, and when yon nre hunting or to tier the dirt loflly nnd peoHil Into the sitting room. My Out In the night Klnorn and her going along the road If one dangles when he gets after n chipmunk." Mrs Comstoek sat In her clmlr holdmother went down (ho rend In the tinder your nose roil rut off tho llttlo He espied Wesley and ran to show ing a book and every few seconds n twig and save It fur mu. will you?" him n wnlnut tun big In go through tht 10ft chuckle broke Into it rent laugh. moonlight, and every few rods all I see," prom"Tcs, I'll save holes, and Hlnorn and Mnrgnret went Mark Twnln was doing his work, while Comstock laughed Blood. luto the homo. ised Pete. ITa pushed back ht hat "Mother. I don't understand you," and followed Klnorn. Sho plunged Mrs, Comstock was not lacking In a They talked of many things for a sobbed Kluorn. senso of humor. Klnora entered tbo time, and then Hlnorn said suddenly, "Well, mnybe when you have gone fearlessly through bushes, over underroom before her mother saw her. Mrs. "Aunt Margaret, I like music." to high school lone you will," said Mrs. brush and across (lend logs. One mlnComstock looked up with Hushed face. "I'vo noticed that In you all your Comstock. "Anyway, you saw mo uto sho was crying wildly that hero "Wliero did you set this?" sbo de- life," nuswered .Margaret. bring Mas Slnton to her tenses, didn't was n big one. the next she was reachmanded. ing for a limb nhovo her bend or on "1 ran niako a violin talk'," announcyou?" her knees overturning dond leaves un- I "I bought It," tald Hlnorn. ed Klnorn, and then In amazement "nought It! Wltli all tho taxes duel" watched the fnre of Margaret Slnton On Sunday, while Mri. Comstock was der a hickory or oak tree or pushing , "I paid for It out of my Indian mongrow palo. In town with the Slntons, Klnorn, al- - aside black muck with her baro hands ey, mother," Bald Klnora. "I couldn't "A violin!" she wavered. "Wliero did though repeatedly cautioned not to en- as sho searched for burled pupae bear to spend so much on myself nnd ,. Ret violin?' ter the Llmberlost alone, went after cases. Por the tlrst hour Pcto tcnt notning at nil on you. I was atrnia to , ,hpv .Ccmed to snoak to mo specimens and was soon carrying lira back bushes and followed, carrying buy tho dres I should havo liked to, In tho orchestra. Ono day tho conThen ho flno cocoons of different sicclcs as what Klnora discovered. and I thought the book would bo com- ductor left his lu tbe auditorium, and ber reward. SI10 pushed Trnck ber found one. "Is this the kind of thing you aro pany whllo I was gone. I haven't 1 took It, uud Aunt Margaret I can hair and gazed around longingly. A ( read It, but I do hope It's good." tnalo It do tho wind In tho swamp, few rods Inside sho thought slio saw looking for?" ho asked bashfully as ( "Good! It's tho biggest piece of tho birds and tho animals. I can cocoons on a bush, to wblcb sbo he presented a wild cherry twig. foolishness I havo rend In nil my life. make any souud 1 ever heard on It. "Oh, Pete, that's a promcthea! I Trent and found several Senso of cauI've laughed all day ever slnco I found If I hnd n chance to practlco a llttlo tion wns rnnlillv rnnUliInf ih mtm didn't even Iiok? to find one. It I had a uotlon to go out and read I could niako It do the orchestra music "What's the bird like?" asked Pete, i n 'in n tvnr ... 4 ' 'V n nun some of It to the cows nnd see If tbey too. I dou't know how 1 know, but I "Almost black wings." sold Elnora, plunge Into tho swamp when she wouldn't laugh." ' thought do." she heard footsteps coming "with clay colored edges nud tho most "If It made you Isugh, It's a wise "Did did you ever mention It to down tho trail. She went back and wonderful wine colored flush over tho book," said Elnora. tinder side If It's a male and stronger your mother?" faltered Margaret. came out almost facing Pete Corson. "Wise!" cried Mrs, Conutock. "You "Yes, and sho seems prejudiced That ended her difficulty. She had wine nbove and Mow If It's n fe- can stake your life It's a wise book. It agnlnst them; but, oh, Aunt MargnrSW known him since childhood. When she male. Oh, aren't I hnppy!" "How would It do to nmko what takes tho smartest man tbcro Is to do I never felt so about anything, sat on tho front bench of the Brush-woofooling." And sho began even going to school. I Just feel as this kind schoolhouse Pete had been one of you havo Into a bunch that wo could laughing of again. leavo hero and conic back for them?" If I'd die If I didn't have one. I could Elnora, highly satisfied with her pur- keep It at school and practice at noon "That would le alt right." , Hollered of his load. Peto began chase, went to her room and put ou a wholo hour. Soon they'd ask mo to tepyrlght, 1909, by Doubled work. . First he narrowly examined ber working clothes. Thereafter the play In tho orchestra. I could keep Page A Company. the cocoons Klnora had found. Ho made a point of getting a book that It In tho caso and practice In tho sbo thought would interest her mother woods In summer. You'd let mo play questioned her as to what other kinds would lo like. Ho began to uso tho from tho library every week nnd leav- hero over Hnnday. Ob, Aunt MargaPROLOGUE. eyes of n trained woodman and hunter ing it on tho sitting room table. Every ret, what does ono cost? Would It bo Usually cold face that was nttrnctlvo night she carried home at least two wicked for me tn tako of my own In her liohalf. IIo saw several so easiwas in the woods that the jMt tncn nnd Bmjr .a8 )n senrch of ly and moved through tho forest so schoolbooks and studied until she had money and buy a very chuop ono? 1 her attractions. ftrl of the Llmberlost found softly thnt Klnorn forgot the moths In mastered tho points of each lesson. could play on the least expcnslvo ono "Do you llko boys?" be questioned. education, her love, her happi' watching him. Presently sho was car- She did her share of tho work faith- made." "ir fully, and every avnllablo mlnuto she rying the seclniens nnd he wns mako neas and other good things, so, boy," mere is anything I love It Is a "Oh, no, you couldn't. A cheap said Comstock nssurlngly. ing the trips of Investigation to seo was In the fields searching for cocoons, You got makes cheap mnslc. rightly, the air of the trees is in Billy was onMrs. floor. the for the moths promised to becomo her to havo n fine fiddle to make It sing. which wns a cocoon and which a curlher life. Here is a "Do you like dogs?" this story best source of Income. ed leaf, or ho was down ou his knees But there's no sense In your buying "Yes, almost as well as boys. I am lovers of the woods and tale for She gathered largo baskets of nests, one. Tbero Isn't n decent reason on digging around stumps. As ho worked ho kept asking questions. for otherswho like a simple story going to nbuy a dog Just as soon as I What kind flowers, mosses. Insects and all sorts earth why you shouldn't have your of logs were best to look beside, what of natural history specimens nnd sold fa- "well told by one who knows the can And good ono." swept toward her with a whoop. trees were pupae cases most likely to tbem to the grade, teachers. At first Sho "My father's!" cried Klnora. forest, can tell about "home Billy you want a boy?" bo shouted. "Do bo under, on what bushes did cater-- I she tried to tell theso Instructors what caught Margaret Slnton by tho arm. folks" and can find the interest Katharine Comstock stretched out to teach their pupils about tbo speci- "My father bad n. violin! Ho played pillars spin mint frequently? Time in everyday lives. Through theso her arms and gathered him In. 'passed, ns It always does when one's mens, but, recognizing how much It? That's why I cant Where Is It7 more sho knew than they, one after Is It In our house? Is It In mother's "Of course I want a boy!" she repages flutter the brilliant batter' occupation Is absorbing. When the Slntons had taken Mrs. another begged her to study at homo room?" fly of tangled romance, the more joiced. "Maybe you'd llko to have me?" of- Comstock home tbey stopped to seo If and uso ber spare hours In school to "Elnoral" panted Margaret "Your sober butterfly, no less beautiful, Elnorn was safo. Sho was not at exhibit and explain naturo subjects to mother will kill mo! Sho always s' lives, well lived, of noble, quiet borne, and they hnd not seen her along their pupils. Elnora loved tbe work, hated It!" Sure I would." triumphed Mrs. Com- sorrow atock. "Any one would llko to have and the gray moth the way. Mrs. Comstock called about and she needed tho money, for every ".Mother dearly loves music." said borne needlessly for many years. yoa You nre Just n real boy. Billy." the edge of her woods and received no few days somo matter of expense arose Elnora. 'reply. Then Slnton turned nnd drovo that she bad not expected. "Will you take Snap?" you listen closely you And "Not when It took the man she When tbo mnslc swelled from tho loved away from her to make It" back to tbo Llmberlost He left "I'd like to bnvo Snap almost as well may hear the buzz of the little, you." and Mrs. Comstock holding tbo school orchestra Klnorn's heart almost "Where Is my father's, vlollnV busy existence of Billy, a young-tie- r as"Mother!" breathed team and entertaining Billy and en- broke with throbbing Joy, for music Elnora Implor"Elnora!" worth your knowing. always had affected ber strangely, and, ingly. "Don't! Oh. don't! He thinks tered tbo swamp. "I've never feen a picture of my fa you mean It!" since sbo hnd been comfortable enough ther. I'vo never heard his name men Elnora nnd Pete had left a wide trail SYNOPMS In her surroundings to notice things, tloncd. behind them. Heforo Slnton bad "And so I do mean It," said! Mrs. I've never had a scrap that k, Although a good echr ar, Elnora Came Out Almost Facing Pete Corseru thought of calling ho beard voices and sho hnd listened to every note to And Comstock. tQ him. Was be my father entering high sctool. Is abashed by throw away"I'll tako blni In n Jiffy. I her some caution. Soon what It was that literally to She kT country dress. fees. needs 129 for tyke like him enough day. feed a little the big boys at the back of the room. approached withher Hushed faco beam- heart, and at last sho knew. hurt wns or am I a charity child llko Billy, and It every Her mother ts so she bates" moT' Books and tuition nis chatter Ho hud been rough nud wild, but she he saw Elnora. sympatheUo. nnd Elnora telle her trou- - ; would bo great company "while you are never bad been afraid of him, and of- ing as she bent with an armload of tho talking of tho violins. Tbey wero "She's got good pictures of blm. . ... , m to WMl.r flnton. an old neighbor. soon pfln ten be bad given her pretty things twigs and branches and talked to a human voices, and they spoko a lan- Seems she Just rnn't Iwar to hear blm guage Elnorn understood. It seemed talked alxtut Of courso. he was your , , kneeling nan. When Elnora was born her father was right food and baths, and as for Snap from tho swump. Crowned in a swamp, embittering her I meant to get a bulldog, "Now go cautiously," she was saying to her that sho must climb up on tbe father. They lived right tbero when but possibly "What luck!" she cried. "I promised another's life. Elnora determines to relae Snap will serve Just as well. All I ask mother I would not go lnsldo the 1 am Just sure we will find an Im stage, take tbo Instruments from tbe you were txini. She don't dislike you. Saonoy by gathering forest specimen. of a dog Is to bark at tbo right time. swamp alone, aud will you look at the Iperlalls hero. It's their very kind of n fingers of tho players and mako tbem She Just trtc- - to make herself think The Stntona buy clothes for her. lilac- U'lint did I There! von! apeak what was In her heart She sho doe-t- . There's no senso In tho Elnora, getting her books cheaply, finds I'll do the rest. Would you llko to cocoons I ve found! There are morn fairly prayed get hold of one. If only world In you not baring bis violin. come nnd bo my boy, Billy?" Just screaming for mo to come get 'isn't that splendid? Oh, I am so glad for n second. to a market with the Bird Woman for Indian relics, etc Billy leaned against Mrs. Comstock, them, because tho leaves will fall with you rnme with me!" I'vo a great notion" That night sho said to her mother: Slnton stood and stared In speechreached his arms around ber neck and tbo first frost, and then the Jays and Mrs, Comstock's devotion to ber "Una sho got It?" "I am perfectly crazy for n violin. I memory will not permit her to gripped her with all his puny might crows will begiu to tear them open. I less astonishment, for tho man bad "No. I've never beard her mention trees or have oil wells dug on her "You can whip me all you want to," be haven't much time, since I'm going to risen, brushed the dirt from bis hands am sure I could play ono; suro as I It It was not at homo when bo sell land. The Slnlona bring Elnora new said. "1 live. Did any quo" Elnora never wheu he died." won't make a sound." school. You will go with me. Pete! and held out to Klnora n small shining slothing- dark pupa case. As his face swung completed that sentence. I Mrs. Comstock held blm closely nnd Please say yes! Just n little way!" "Do you know where It Is?" delighted with her outnt Her Elnora "Hush!" thundered Mrs. Comstock. mother says the must pay for It. Wes"Yes. I'm tho only person on earth her hard fnce was softening. Of that "Wbut are those thlugs?" usked the Into view Slnton almost cried out. for Never ley and Margaret Slnton discuss the girl's there could not bo a doubt. man. his keen black eyes fast uikiu her. he was the man of all others Wesley "Be quiet ngnln-ne- mention those things who does, except tho ono who has It" affairs. as long as you "Who Is that?" "They are the cases theso big cater- - knew with whom he most fenred for before I mo "You like boys!" exulted Billy, and loatho tbem. Tbey Pete Corson, a Llmberlost frequenter. his head dropped against Mrs. Compillars spin fur winter, aud In the i Klnorn's safety She bad him on tils live. very devil himself. nron snaro "I can't tell you. hut I will seo It warns Elnora not to visit the Llmberlost, They were they have- - It "Y"" of tbo spring they come out great night , knees digging pupae cnes for her from made to luro men and women n unspeakable content jet and get It If I can. at nhrht or co far into tho awaran at am? "to from I "Yes, and If I don't have to.carry you moths, and I can sell them Ob. Pete, the loose swump lonni. ttma. their homes and their honor, . If ever I jr"sarpr "Klnnm!" called Slnton. "Elnorul" I cau them for enough to take ma Billy, a bright but untrained little chap, the whole way borne we must start I see you with ono In your fingers I will "Oh. Uncle Wesley." cried tbo girl. right now," said Mrs. Comstock. "You through blsb school and dress mo so j with a shiftless father and hungry broth In pieces." I don't look differ- luck we've bad! I know we smash It "see what r and sister, gets Elnora'a luncheon. arc going to be nsleep before you know like tho rest that ' Naturally Elnorn bushed,!, but sho I Wesley, troubled by Corson's warntnr. n half cocoons, and I have very good luck I cut, and If have a dozen and It." I cases. It's much thought of nothing else after sho bad "Billy, ore you going to leavo with- can save Bouie for college. Pete, pleass we have three pup-itinnier to get the cases because you done Jii8tl"o to ber lessons. At last Slnton finds some one has been spying out oven saying goodby to me?" asked j go with me?" tbcro came n day when for somo reaon Elnora. The girl feeds Billy again. Slntou, "Why don't you go like you always have to dig for them, and you cant with a great gulp in his throat son tbe lender of the orchestra left bis She Is "taken up" by the high school ' where to look, Hut'Pute H fine at have?" Billy held tight to Mr. Comstock and girls. I violin on the grand piano. Thnt mornHe's found three, and he says ho "Well, tho truth Is, I had a little Elnora. ing Elnora mado ber first mlstaka In Billy's father dies, and the lad Is taken um mean iuiii seep wnicn uioug mu ruuus mm algebra. "I'll scare, said l.lnora. "i uever At noon, as soon as tho home by Slnton. who makes provision for I "Goodby!" he said casually. to go nlouo. Sometimes I sort of won- through the wood ns be bunts. Isn't great building was empty, sbo slipped his brother and sister. come nnd see you some time." ( Wesley, I iutended. thnt splendid of blm? Uncle Wesley Sluton gave n smothered sob dered Inside farther than Into the auditorium, found tbe sldo Margaret finds Billy mischievous, but chasing things. You know Duncan there la n college over there on the door which led to the stage, and, goner heart softens, and he Is adopted. and strode from the room. ' Look Pete helps Elnora to collect specimens. I Mrs. Comstock started for tho door. gnve me Preckles books, aud I bare western edge of the swamp. j, ' you can see tbo great domo ing through tho musicians' entrance, .dragging at Billy as Elnora pulled been gathering moths llko ho did. closely and sbo took tho violin. Sho carried It j mother. Lately I fouud could sell them. If up among the clbuils." I buck, back into tbe llttlo sldo room where but Mrs Slnton was before them, I can make a complete collection I can "I should say you have had luck," tho orchestra assembled, closed all tbo "Yes, I will," replied Elnora. "But her eyes flashing, voice you will have as good lunch as I do j .Kato comstock, you think you are get $300 for It Three such collections snld Slnton, striving to make bis doors, opened tho case and lifted out would tako mo almost through college natural. "But I thought you wero uot tho Instrument nilguty smart, don't you?' sho cried ' V i nnd I'vo four yours In the high school eouilng to the swnmp?" chicken, all kinds of good things, little She laid it on her breast, dropped ber "1 ain't In tho lunatic asylum, where yet. That's a long time. I might get "Well. I wasn't." said Elnora. "but cbln on It and drew tbo bow softly pies and cakes, maybe." you belong, nuywny," said Mrs. Com- I couldn't find many uny wliero else, nerods tho strings. Ono after another them." umy snoou bis bead, "i am going i Btock. "I am smart enough to tell a "Can every kind there Is bo found honest I couldn't, and Just ns soon as sho tested tha open notes. Tbey back home soon as It Is light," be said. ' dandy boy when I sco him. and I'm I tu mo to the edge I began to seo sue uou t wont me. sao minus i in good and glad to get him. I'll lore to here?" tided ber of things. Gradually her I kept my promise. "No; not .all of them, but when I get them here. a bad boy. She's going to whip me stroke ceased to tremblo nnd she drew have hlml" more than I ueed of ouu kind I can didn't como In nlone. Pete came with tbo bow firmly. Then her Angers beIf be lets her. She said so.' I beard "Well, you won't have him!" exber. Oh, wish be hadn't died! I claimed Margaret Slnton. "That boy triido them with collectors fartber me. He's so strung lie Isn't ufrald gan to fnll, and softly, slowly she want to go home." DUly shrieked la Wesley's. Ho got blm and brought north and west so I can cumplcto seta. of anythlug nud bo's perfectly splen- searched up and down those strings for It's tho only wuy I seo to earn tbe did tojocate cocoons. He's found half sounds she knew. Standing la tbe again. him here. You can't come In and tako money. Look what I have already. of theso. Como ou. Pete. It's getting mlddlo of the floor, sbo tried over and Mrs. Comstock had started to walk blm llko that. Let go of hlml" Big gray cccroplus come from this dork now, and we must go." over. It seemed scarcely n mlnuto beslowly and meet Elnora. The girl had Wesley Slnton appeared behind Mar They started for the trail, Pcto carfore, the hall was filled with tbo sound been SO late that her mother reached caret In th dnorwav. nnd sho turned kind, brown polyphemus from that and He the Slnton gate and came up tbo path to blm.' "Make Kate Comstock let go green lunas from these. You aren't rying tbo cocoons. Elnorn left them at of hurrying feet, aud sho was forced and Slnton to put uwuy tbo violin aud go to ber working on Sunduy. (Jo with mo Just the caso. while until the picture inside became visible, of our boy!" sho demanded. : 9. went on to tho carriage together. an hour. Peto!" classes. Of food she uever thought un,a ner aD0Ut Hlnton "'""'y. Bi wnta you now." said "Elnora Comstock. what docs this til she uotlced how heavy ber luuch "My fathsr1.!" cried Elnora. 8he The man looked at her narrowly. lng Billy borne. Mrs. Comstock had Weslev Slnton. "Sho won't whin vou. caught Margaret by the arm. somo curiosity to see bow Margaret and she won't let any one else. You Sbo was young, wholesome and beau- menu?'' demanded tier mother. box was on tbe way home, so bIio sat "It's all right One of tho neighbors ou tbe log by tbo swamp nnd remedied Hut If your mother finds bore tbe unexpected addition to ber can havo stacks of good things to eat, tiful. She was Innocent, Intensely In it out she money he was with her, nnd she got several dolearnest nnd sho needed tbe family. Billy's voice, raised with ex- ride lu tbit Tho next day sbo prayed that tbe carriage and havo a great knew that lars' worth of stuff," Interposed Sln- tho violin would bo left again, but her will never forglvo me." citement, was plainly audible. She time. Won't you stay with us?" "I can't help It," said Elnora. "I "You didn't tell mo what scared you," ton. petition was not answered. could see Elnora holding him and bear want that violin. I want It now." Billy drew away from Mrs. he said. bis excited wall. Slnton'a face was That night wbcu sbo returned from "I'll go tomorrow and get It if It has and Elnora. CHAPTER XII. "Ob, I thought I dldl Why. you tbo school she mado nn excuso to go not been destroyed." drawn and haggard and Margaret's Ho faced Margaret, bis eyes shrewd know, I bad Freckles' box packed full Wherein Elnora Discovers Violin and uown to sco umy. no was engngeti in aet and defiant A very Imp of per"Destroyed! Oh. Aunt Margaret, Necessity of moths and specimens, aud ono evenwith UDcblldUh wisdom. Billy Disciplines Margaret. bulling versity entered tbe breast of Mrs. waiuuts uy anving mora W0Uia uny ono dure?" had taught him to strlko the hot Iron, ing 1 sold some to tbe Bird Womaa I.NORA missed the little figuro luruugu uuies iu a iKmru. mu uautis and danced there. "I hardly think so. It was a good e to drive the bard bargain. Next morning I found a note telling "Hotty. tolty!" she said as she sudat the bridge the next morning. were protected by a pair of Margaret's Instrument He played It like a "Cau I baro Snap to llvo hero al- me It wasn't safe to go lnsldo tbe up the uld gloves, but be bad speckled his denly appeared in the door. "Blest If She slowly wulked ways?" be wamp. That sort of me. I street and turned lu lit the face generously. He looked well and (Continued next week.) I ever beard a man making sounds like "Yes, you demanded. all the dogs you think I'll go nlone rather scared miss the can havo than greeted Eluvra hllurlously. that before!" wide entrance to the school grounds. Pellucid English. want," said Margaret Slnton. chance, but I'd be so happy If you Sho scarcely could comprehend that "Mo ait' tho squirrels aro laying up Billy ceased suddenly. A sign la a tailor shop Mrs. attraots "Can I sleep closo enough so's I can would take care of me. Then I could only a week ago sbo bud guue there our winter stores!" bo shouted. '"Cos 'was tall, angular, and ber balr touch you?" go anywhere I chose, because If I friendless, alone, and so sick at heart Ihe cold Is coming, an tbo snow, an' If "Longfellow's" eye, and ha sends la was prematurely white, for she was a copy thereof as follows: "Notlosl "Yes. Tou can move your lounge mired you could pull mo out You will ODly tblrty-slx- , that she was physically III, Today she wo have any nuts.wo havo to tlx 'em Work that Is made hero when altered though she looked fifty. np so that you can bold my band," take care of.mj;, j'ctt?" nojv,. llut L'hi abend, 'cos Uncle Wos- - after ninety days Is got to be paid." and i had dctnLcJotbtiig1.l!ooksfcfrli'nds But .there was an expression, on .her i8jiLMajareti Newark Nfews. lt I i(n i ' I tnrr I fir fr.rf d It of of i I if Mar-'gar- Cosa-ttoc- I 1 hue-ban- d's ! ver - J ' ( I ' 1 r re-n- 1 1 f I Corn-stoc- k Corn-stoc- k E mas-te&- T Com-stoc- k , .AAA A A. A 4 A 1 Pace Seven COLOR SCHEMES FOR HOME LEARNED DEC-ORATI- NG INTENSIVE FARMING Conducted by FRANK S. MONTGOMERY, M.S. Instructor in Animal Husbandry, and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIR.ING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door FROM NATORE We Should Choose Soft, Restful Tones in Greens, Browns, Tans and Blues, Remembering That Darkest Tones Belong At Base and Grading Up (Dr Anna F. lllohm, College of Agriculture, Ohio State University.) Caring For The Bees Berea's Vocational Schools nioney-carnlnj Tho bco is ono of our best friends, for ho work with untiring energy nil through the long summer to lay up Ills storo of honey, nnd, when wo conio along nnd take it from Mm, no works all tho harder to tnako up thu loss. Such friends nro wortli taking caro of. They need proper housing and food to carry them through tho winter, when thoro Is nothing they can do to provide for themselves. ly water proof board covers will do; but tho bees must bo kept dry. Training that adds to your general education. power, combined with Wintering In Shed or Cellar The Hives A good swnrm of bees 1b worth 12.00 to $2X0 without the hive, nnd A room showing good taste In Its decorations. looks hot nnd uncomfortable In the summer nnd should be used carefully, especially In tho small Iioubs when It seems to advance and make tho room look smaller. Tho oed room vhould he dainty nnd guiltless of those huge bunches of gny flowers that seem to fairly stick out on tho surface. The eye becomes fascinated by these sc! spots of color nnd we mentally Jump from ono to another until we nro nervously tired out. Plain tinted papers, a pretty nnd all over design or n striped floral paper, tho stripes of which can be cut out and used ns n border are suitable and Inexpensive. Various brands of water color paints and calcimines can now be secured In good tints and are easily applied. It Is a great mistake to allow tho paper hanger to make a choice of paper for a certain room. He can not be expected to know tho particular needs of the room In question and, also, in mnny rases Is lacking In color training and a sense of tho approprwinter, Nature will tench us many vnluablo lessons ntiout colors. If wo hut observe. Notice tho many browns of tho earth, the dull and silvery greens of the trees ntul fields nnd tho soft light tints of the sky. 8ho uses very little aright! luminous color, the brilliant flowers nnd birds lire tho exception, nnd how wonderfully restful and beautiful Is the result. There Is no clashing of rotors with the field and wood beyond,' becnuso the whole great mans of colors sro harmonious nnd blend Into a pleasing whole. Why not observe, this tame harmony nnd gradation of color In decorating our houses? Lei us ehooae soft, rastful tones In greens, browns, tans nnd blues, nlways remem bering that the darkest tone belongs Ht the baso and grading up to tho celling which calls for tho lightest tone. Just ns wo find It In nature And let us not forget tho relation of ono room to another. One room, beautiful In Itself but unrelated to the others, destroys that effect of unity for which we nre striving. Thoro should bo no sudden Jump from tho bright green parlor Into n red living room nnd 'then Into n bluo dining room. It wo wish to have beautiful nnd restful homes wo must avoid using colors that are strongly red, bluo nnd green, nnd usn Instead soft tones nnd Inconspicuous designs, Consciously or otherwise we react to color Influence. Drowns nnd greens nre soothing nnd restful nnd nre therefore well suited to tho living room. Itcd, though very cheerful In it pays to protldo tbem with a good box hive. This hire should havo an upper nnd lower compartment. Tho lower compartment should' bo fitted can tip with from, l In which bees storo their tood and ralso their broods. Tho upper compartment should be tho right slzo to bold the M)und sections of honey to bo taken off for salo and for homo use. When winter comes on tho upper part should bo taken off from nil tho hives and stored one abovo another In a dry clean plnco where they will keep till spring when they can be put back on tho hives, nnd tho boos can go right on building nnd filling tho combs tiny started tho fall before. They t.hould not bo put on. however, until tho boea havo got the lower part of tho hlvo pretty wsll filled with honey again. By taking off nnd storing tho tops we not only keep tho foundations of comb and tho comb already mado In good condition, but wi compel tho bees to crowd closo together In cold weather to keep warm. If tho hives aro mado of boards at least 1 4 Inches thick boes will usually do very well out In tho yard but It a better to house them. If this is dotib a strip of mosquito netting must bo fastened over the opening to keep the bees from coming out, when tho hives can bo stacked up closo together llko so many boxes in a good warm outbuilding or In tho cellar, llut If this Is done, at on least twlco during tho winter warm days thj bees must Jjo taken out, each hlvo to tho placo It occupied In tho Mimmcr and tho mosquito netting removed so tho bees can coma out for a flight to cnablo them to ompty their bowels. Tills Is very necctary if tho bees are to live and como out healthy In tho spring. They should not be left out moro than a day or two, nnd then properly stored away again. Karly In April they should be put out for the summer. Feeding; the Bees hives with good upper and lower compartments, nil tho honey can bo taken from tho sections abovo and tho bcos fed during tho winter when necessary. This Is tho easiest thing ' In tho world nnd costs very little. AH hives should bo examined In October to seo that they havo plenty of honey to last till Christmas at least. If any nre found that havo not. they should bo fed. For each swarm to bo fed, take two quarts of granulated sugar dissolved In the 6amo amount of water. Drlng this to a boll jind then nl- ' low to get cold. In tho morning when It Is cool and the bees are sluggish take out the frames of empty comb ono at a time. Set tho frame In a pan nnd tip it enough so you can pour tho thin syrup out of n small pitcher onto the broadside of comb and every llttlo cell coji readily bo bco filled with tho best kind of food. Then tip tho other way and. fill tho other side. Each frame cf every hlvo nscessary can be filled this way. Again about January 1st, tho boes, should bo fed again for the rest of the winter, and the swarms the will all como out strong In spring, and an outlay of 25 cents to r.0 cents has saved $2.00 to $2.r0. Dy having FOR YOUNG MKN Agriculture, Carpentry. 1'rlntlng, Commercial. FOR "VOUNQ LADIES Home Sclcnco, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with somo vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wo can put you with others llko yourself and give chanco for most rapid progress. 3rd Door Berea's General Academy Course For those who aro not expecting to teach and who aro not going through College, but deelro 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 and expect to carry It on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the very best tralnln g for thoeo who expect to teach. Courses oro so arranged that young people, can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through tho winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on In their course of study. Read Dinsmoro'o great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door This Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Is tho straight road to College best training In Mathematics, Sciences, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tho Academy ic now Berea's largest department. 6th Door Berea College and provides This Is tho crown of tho wholo Institution, courses In all advanced subjects. standard Questions Answered ' Ventilation MOTHER NATURE'S SOIL FACTORY or If been havo plenty of honey ura properly fed, many more siuoth-e- r than freeze to death. It is therefore very Important to seo that they get fresh nlr Tho regulation Blzo opening Into tho hive In summer is 4 inch high clear acrobs tho front of tho hive. In winter this should bo covered with a strip of wood leaving an opening 8 Inch high which allows tho bees to go in and out on warm dayff nnd gives sufficient ventilation In wlcto.--. When a snow .storm iate comes tho snow should always bo Ciood colors nnd designs In wall pa- swept from owning, for bees can pers can bo secured for exactly tho Ikj smothered to death In this way same price ns poor ones. In wall paIf pers as In repeated de- In n very short time. Then, too, Is not closed mice aro mand will create supply nnd If the pur- the chaser Insists upon artistic wall paper most sure to get In In winter and for eight cents on up that demand will kill many If not nil tho bees. If you be met. In this way tho monstrosi- still havo the old stylo hollow log ties that have been upon the market gums, with holes bored through to for so long n tlmo will finally disap- let the bees In end out, bo sure these pear nnd Instead wo shall have good oienlngs nro closed sufficiently to colors and pleasing designs. keep tnlco out but still let tho bo?a go out nnd In. Keep the Bees Dry It Is Important to keep Uie bees warm, but much more so to keep them dry. Probably tho best cover which for hives Is rubber roofing should bo cut luto covers for each hlvo you havo sc tho projecting parts will bend down of their own weight nnd form an excellent protection to nil sides of the hive and keep bo should They out. water with flat stones. weighted down These co vera will cost about 10 its. each mid with proper care will last four or five years, if It Is not practical to get.thls kind of covers, thoro- other-things, oiK-nln- Profits of Bee Keeping Mr. C. I. Ogg of Berca started Into the winter a year ngo with SO swarms of bees. Ho cared for them as related above, feeding them about five dollars worth of sugar during last winter. Hi took $12:5 worth of honey this summer and mado 40 new swarms of bees besides keep-In- c all tho old ones. These 40 new swarms aro worth at least $S0, making tho scatons prollt from 29 swarms amount to $203 or $7.07 for each swarm. Probably not many men will try to keep so many bees, but every ono should havo a few swarms and with very llttlo Intelligent caro they will furnish til tho honoy ou need for Uio family and enough money to keep one or two of tho children In Ilcrea Collego during tho winter. BEREA, FRIEND OF WORKING STUDENTS. Berea Collego with :ts Institution. It requires certain affiliated schorls, is not a money-makin- g fees, but It expends many thousands of dollars each year for tho benefit of Its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging as far as porslblo for students to earn and save In every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMI LY, with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people. Our students como from the best families and aro earnest to do well and Improve. For any who may bo sick tho College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents in Berea ltvo In College buildings, and many assist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable training, and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except In winter it Is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their expen-se- s. 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, umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really bolow cost. Tin College asks no rent for tho fine buildings In which students live, charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding and towois. For table board, without coffeo or extras, $1.35 a week, In the fall, In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bedand ding, 40 to CO tents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First n "DOLLAR DEPOSIT," as guarantee for return of room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, and !s returned when tho student departs. Second nn "INCIDENTAL FEE" to help on expenses for care of school buildings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift) The Incidental Foa for most students Is $5.00 a term in Academy and Normal, and $7.00 in $l-fi- Collegiate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments ure as follows: HAM. TKRM Incidents! Hee Board, Room 7 AND VOCATIONAL FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADRMT AND VOKMAL 6 00 COLLEGK J 3.00 weeks 1911 . j. 60 I 7.00 7.0a liJ-4- 9 45 7.00 9 45 f 11.45 9 43 Amount due Spt. 11, 1)11 Board 7 weeks, due ect. 30, ToMl for term Incidental Hce ... f'005 94s 9 ti'-f 4) NEW GRASSES IN THE SOUTH Tho following Is taken from tho current Issuo of Farm nnd Fireside: "Every northern fanner, when ho goes south, is struck by tho scarcity ot grass and of good meadows nnd pastures. Hay is always high in tho Such a thing as tho tall, South. waving northern meadow, with thu dark clover In tho bottom is ulmoU unknown In Dlxlo, outside of certain favored locations. Hut last year, in South Carolina, a hundred farmers sowed grass In cooperation with tho Department of Agriculture, with good think that such a soft substance as water would do much grinding, but water running over stone grinds off the surface slowly, but surely. If the at ream la swift enough to carry along particles of sand or stone, the VARIETIES OF WHEAT. Tho first process In tho formation of a soil Is tho pulverization of the rocks. Nature uses sovoral methods to bring about tho grinding or pulverization of rocks, the most important of which Is running water. You would hardly grinding takes place more rapidly. A During the past thirteen years tho Ohio experiment station has bocn growing, side by side, a very large number of different varieties of wheat for tho purposo of comparing tho ylold and the quality of the grain. In ordor to check dlffercnco in soil, every third plot has been seeded with the same1 variety each year. This mnkes it pos-Bible, to compare each variety in tho test with a standard variety growing' in an adjacent plot. Of the old varieties w hlch havo been tested for tho entlro period of thirteen j yoars, tho ten standing highest in point of yield aro as follows: Dawson's Golden Chaff, Oypsy, Poole, Perfection, Valley, Nigger, Mealy, Harvest King, DelU, and Karly Hlpo. Tho dlt-- J University. J 1 rapid mountain Btream, for Instance, along, causing tumbles the boulders them to rub against each other until they aro ground to powder, and at the saino time the bed of the stream Itself Is worn nway, In this way deep valleys aro sometimes worn Into the surface of tho earth and the fine material bucccss. Tho seed sown was, in each Is carried away to form a soli at some caw, half a bushel of orchard-grass- , other place. Alfred Vivian, College half a bushel ot tall meadow of Agriculture, Ohio State University. half a bushel of Italian ryegrass and ten pounds of red clover po ferenco In yield between the highest ncro. This enormously hoavy seeding and tho lowest In this list Is less than was" thought necessary la order to two bushols. It should be remember- get a stand from tho start A ton ed, however, that wheat Is raised for pounds ot human food and that quality as well of llmo and four hundred as quantity should bo considered In commercial fertilizer wero applied to tho selection 6f varieties. With this oach aero. Tho crop this year will consideration In mind, a largo number vary from two and a half to four tons of high yielding varieties have been to tho acre. Tho movement promises subjected to milling nnd baking tests to spread until these, communities conducted under uniform, standard will produce hay not only for s, conditions. These, baking testa rovcal but tho fact that some of tho high yielding varieties aro low In bread making THE CROVUHeIaRMER'S FRIEND qualities. Taking into consideration both yield If I wero to say that tho crow is and quality, tho varieties standing highest In thu thirtccu-yeatest aro ns a helping hand about tho farm, many follows; Valley, Nfgger, Gypsy, Hick- farmers might think I lived In tho man and Perfection. A. G. McCall, city, writes William L. Finlcy in College of Agriculture, Ohio State "Success Magazine." Many might pre oat-grafarm-horsestock-raising." r The fer to bo without such help. crow has a reputation as black as his coat. Ho baa. been charged with corn causing great injury to tho crops. Bteallng fruit, robbing nests of poultry, and eating young birds. To determine tho real economic Ktnn of tho crow, tho scientists ot the Hiologlcal Survey examined nearly a thousand stomachs of crows Uliieu thru-oIn every month of the year and country. Tho crow was provtho en gutlty of theso charges, but H the was also shown that most of corn that ho had eaten was waste corn and the part destroyed while growing was only three per cent of of tho total food. Tho destruction fruit and eggs wa3 only trivial, while on tho other hand tho amount of harmful Insects nnd mice eaten rendered tho final verdict In favor of tho crow. It was proven beyond a doubt that ho was ot moro real economic valuo than harm. ut IttialdlnadTanrei. .. I9 5 I'JO.OO 131.40 S 111 33.40 f 7.0a 1 13 Uord, 6 weeki Room WINTHR TKRM I 5 00 .. 600 900 f 10.00 11, 1913 . 6.00 7.10 7.10 900 fu.10 9.00 fu-a- 900 10 Amount due January 1, 1913 Board for 6 weeks, due Het. Total for terra U paid In advance.. Incidental Hee Board, jweeka Amount due March 16, 1913 Board j weeks, due Apr. 39. Total for term If paid In advance Room 9.00 900 31.70 I .. . I28.S0 S I1900 30.70 t J17-7- fli.so 7 00 S 00 SPRING TKRM 5 400 7i f 1913 " 00 00 7S ?3 73 fu.fo .00 Special . Expenses 14.00 Business. ll'iniir A'-!- IS8.00 t$S , stenography and T rewriting . S1400 f.1100 fjtoo io.oo Bookkeeping (regular courc) 11.00 36.00 1400 1000 Bookkeeping (brief course) 6 00 18.00 7.00 5.00 Builneaa course itudlea for iludenta in other department,: . Stenogiaphy 1050 17.00 900 7.50 Typewriting, with one hour'a uie of initrument 6 00 7.00 3 00 il 00 Com. Law, Com, Geog., Com., Arith., or Penmanship, each 1.80 1.10 1.50 3 40 In no case will special Business Hees eicee--l $15 00 per term, This does not include the dollsr deposit, nor money for books or Isuudry ...... &U iftinf Tela The clarinet, or clarionet. Is su posed to havo been Invented in. 1690 by Joseph Christopher Denner, at Nuremberg, though some authorities trace Its existence to medieval times. Since Its Invention It has undergone many changes and Improvements, and the modorn clarinet, from the extent, quality and variety of Its tono, Is one of the most perfect of wind Instru mentK- - Invention ot the Clarinet, ' One Value of the Pipe. turns a fool Into a wise man' It keeps bis mouth shut A pipe young man or young woman can get an education at d Any Derca if there Is the will to do so. It is a great advantage to start In tho fall and havo a full year of continuous study. "Many young people waste time In tho public schools going over and over tho samo things, whon they might be Improving much faster by coming to Uorcti aud starting In on new studies with some rf tho best younj men and women from other counties and states. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they aro above 15 years old, In good health, and of good character. This may bo signed by B01116 former Derca student or como reliable teacher or neighbor. Tho use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. Hurry! Fall Term began September 11. able-bodie- For Information or friendly advice wrlto to tho Secretary, D. WALTER MORTON, Berca, Ky. Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. IMS3 Mlnnje McCollum who has bon MADISON COUNTY confined to her bed for no long Is KINGSTON no better. 1 Initio H. King visited Kingston, Nov. 18. Mr. and Airs. Roso Anderson, Tuesday night. John O. T, Carr, ut lanola, spent SaturChadwell, a teacher, of this Count', day nnd Sunday, with tho latter'a whllo on tho way, Friday evening, to lister, Mrs. Lewis Sandlln. Mlstws his homo at Utand City paid his res- Suda Powell and Bertlo Halo spent pects to friends at Conklinc Doctors Sunday night with Verna Parks. Anderson and Mnhaffcy passed thru 'Air. nnd Mrs. Sherman Scttlo of Big hero last week on their way to Road 111 epent Sumlcy with A. P. Scttlo they and family. MIes Lydla Young was Run to see u patient whom pronounced to havo gall stones. Mr. tho guest of Eva Lewis, Sunday. nnd ?.trs. Nathan Smith of Laurel Mr. and Mrs, Arch "Murray nre reCounty passed thru, tho 8th, enroute I joicing over the arrival of n boy on to lkv.ttyvllle, to visit their daughter, tho 14th. Mis. Wesley Webb nnd Mrs. Iloatty. Mr. and Mrs. James Mrs. Evan A'Ums were shopping In Klanery of Buck Creek visited Mr. Berea, Saturday. Mr. nnd firs. Wilnnd 'Mrs. Win. McCollum, Saturday ey Hurley tt McKoo aro visiting nlRht and Sunday. relatives In Oils vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. 'Mark Flunory spent Sunday with Posey, Nov. 11. Mrs. Charles tho former's brother, Tom Flanery, Weaver of Louisville gave a lecture near Berea. ChecterPnrks and Miss on "School Improvements," Friday, Amy Todd of Berea spent Friday Miss Elizabeth Scovllto night with the former's parents, Mr. Nov. 1st. visited her cousin, "Mrs. May Venablo and Mrs. Cult Parks at this place, of Vincent, Inst Saturday ulght. -nre 'Mr. nnd Mrs. Douglas Young Tho Halloween social at tho Graded rejoicing over tho arrival of a girl School was enjoyed by all, and many on tho 15th. Mrs. Will Morris who wero at a less to recognize their has lKen very sick Is Improving. best friend. Miss Effle llyden III.UK i.ick Wlmilo Flancry, Wednesday Blue Lick, Nov. 17. Mica Alberta night Some moro work s being done Norwcll made n buMncos trip b on tho now road on Buck Creek, but Richmond, Saturday. Win. Plgg left, thero Is little hopo of It over being Wednesday, for Charleston, Illinois, completed. Nnthati Martin nnd Terry whero ho cxpectc to make his future Malnous wero visitors at the Grad- home. Hon. It. It. Crook and Joo ed school, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ainu il a of Crcoksvlllo visited T. J. Smith Jackson visited relatives near Flanery last Friday night with their Jurlnh vnck of twenty-fiv- e Buck Crock, Sunday. 'Mrs. hounds and enHyden spent Sunday with Aunt Mar- joyed a most cxcltenbh fox chase. Mrs. Geo. Malnous, Tho Ir.fnht sun of Mr. and Mrs. 11. tha Malnous. who has been buffering with muscuLongfellner died, Tuesday morning, lar rheumatism, Is Improving slowly. and was burled In tho Ikrca cemeMr. and Mrs. John 5'cl'hcrson and tery, Wednesday. Miss Elizabeth lamlly attended tho wedding of Mr. Searcy and '.Mica Mary Erie Oldham Jas. Malnous last Saturday. Mr. nnd of Richmond visited Berea one day Mrs. Charley Judd gave tho young last week nnd sient the night with folks a bean hulling last Thursday tho former's nunt, Mrs. L. K. Finn-cr- y night. All reported a good time. at this placa. Hog killing and O. J. Judd and Fred 'Mclntlro wero corn husking nro tho chief occupaThe tions In this tlclnlty new. tho guests of Jas. Malnous. hoys of the Buck Creek Graded school NII.VKU CRKKK their aro very bu3y now getting Sliver Crock. Nov. 19. The Rev. preached new basket ball ground ready for Turner from Corhln st been Silver Creek, Saturday und Sunday. use. DUIard Bond, who has down for several weeks with typhoid, 'Mrs. Sant Bush from Richmond Tho literary spent Friday light with Mrs. W. A. is Improving tlowly. society of tho graded cchool Is doing Johnson. Bob Witt is visiting his good work. The debate last Friday clster, Mrs. Tobe Todd. Mr. and night was enjoyed by every one pres- Mrs. John W. Johuson nnd family spent Monday night with tho former's ent. IIOONKVII.I.K Mlsn mother, "Mrs. Sallie Johnson. Boonevlllo, Nov. 10. The flection Myrtlo spent Wednesday Kindred Its over, and v!i!lo everybody did not night with Mlsa Iva Anderson. Miss get their choice, business runs along Bettle Johnson epent Wedncbday with just tho samo. Parties from Berea, her sister, Mrs. Pat Gadd. Mrs. who havo been touring the MounBertha Broughtou took her school tain counties, giving lectures aided to Cow Bell, Wednesday, to tho by magic lantern shows, etc., are school fair. Miss Vlctora Mulllns are from Mulllns Station Ib visiting Miss now In Boontville. Tho people turning out In largo crowds to hear Eva and Miss Grace Johnson for a them. Typhoid fever has broken out few days. Sain Kellcy has gono to In our town, since my last writing, tho railroad to work. Mrs. Jim Gabresulting In the death of Lizzie Bell bard lu very sick. "Mr. and Mrs. Goodman aged about 1G and Lucille, Sears and Mr. Turner spent Suntho llttlo daughter or G. M. Hogg, day with Join Jones. Mrs. Tobo Charley Blcknell Todd and "Mrs. Mary Kindred spent 10. John and Jesso Bowman's baby aro now Monday with tho latter'a mother-in-lasuffering from a severe attack of Mrs. Todd. Msj Margaret Cno-te' It. On Oct. 30, Sidney Ham of Es- and llttlo sister spent Wednestill County and Delia Plgg of day with their grandmother, Mrs. called upon our County Court Harris. Mrs. Ida Sadler from Lovel Clerk and obtained marriage license. is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Sal-H- o They went at onco to the Combs II. Johnson. Mr. and 'Mrs. E. Hotel, whero Rev. S. K Ramey of Brook Eli I ro oi Berea spent Suntho M. E. church ixirfortned the day with tho latter's sister, MrB. G. ceremonies and they went on their E. Andersen. way rejoicing. Tho stork visited 1IUKVIT tho homo of our clever and obliging Dreyfus, Nov. 11. The Rev. Flght-mastCounty Court Clerk, H. Combs, one of Lexington, holds service night last wetli nnd left a ten pound in the Christian Church at this girl baby which they aro very proud place every Sunday. Mr. Hudson of of and which they havo named Berea preaclud, Sunday, at 11 a. m. Everybody Is at tho Baptist church, at 2 p. jii. In Catharlno Mir.ter. busy gathorlng corn. Thero Is a fine Christian Stanley Church. it. yield In this County and In fine con- - ' Bradley Is home for a while. Ho Two. has bocn spending tho summer In C'ln. dltlon now to store away. stores, ono at Travelers Rest nnd clnnatl, O. 'iho Rev. Childress of ono at Sturgeon, havo recently been Wlldlo closed a series of meetings dosed by involuntary bankruptcy jro-- 1 at tho Baptist church at this placo ccedng8, and aro now In the hands last Sunday. Thero was one addiof a rofereo in bankruptcy. Tho liabil tion. Dr. and Mrs. Aloon baker visities aro said to bo about $1,500, as- ited Mr. Raker's father at Panola, sets about J2 000. Our farmers havo Sunday. Mr. L. Jones has returned sown moro vth'at this fall than for to tho Marino Corps tor another term. fifteen years and It Is looking fine. He w on recruiting duty and is If our farmer would ralso their stationed at Hotel Rand, Cincinnati, own wheat and hogs to make, their Ohio. Paul Robinson was home, Sun-dacons- - j meat and lard and stop tho in fiom Burca where ho Is for school. Tho people of both churches tant drain upon our community thezo commodities, they would have will glvo an entertainment at this all tho money they need and some place, Thanksgiving Day. Beginning to sparo. Our townspeople are ad- Nov. 11, there will bo a night school ding somo valuable repairs to their at this place for tho patrons of tho property. Ed Campbell has .added a district for which thero will bo no new kitchen and dining rcom and a charge. It will bo taught by tho presconcrcto walk and newly painted his ent teacher asslcted by Dr. Baker. building. Turn Gabbard has put n Rev. James Luncford has Just returnmetal root on his building, the old ed homo from a three weeks stay In Gabbard Hotfcl, and added concrcto Jackson County. W. B. Baker 's walks. G, W. Garrett In adding a painting at Whites Station. People now kitchen and dining room to his aro taking advantage ot tho nlco dwclllug, all o'. which improve tho weather to leather their corn. Tho looks of our little town. Sunday schools at this placo aro 11 November 21, 1912. progressing nltcly with 7t. Ilurd as Supt. at tho Christian church and Mr. Davis, 8upt nt tho Baptist. Horn to Mr. nnd Mrs. J, L. Jones, last wcelt, a boy. Lutliei Ashcroft Is engineer nt tho now mill erected by Mr. Wm. blm in his work. Ho called to see his sister, "Mrs. Gabbard, at this placo, via his return to North Carolina. Much enthusiasm has existed in Hamilton during tho two weeks previous to tho election. Tho Democrats won a complete victory In this County and State. Cox was elected governor by a lnrgo majority. A great religious campaign is now on In Hamilton. Next week, Nov. 10th, Itov, Belderwolf will begin a six weeks revival. Ho will bo assisted by a band ot singers and who como with him. Never beforo In tho history ot Hamilton has so much Interest ' been manifested In a religious movement. Tho city was disdivided Into 21 districts, each trict to havo n Supt. and hold cot-taprayer services In as mnny different homes ns poslsblo in all 21 districts. Thero has been erected a tabernaclo mostly by volunteer laborers, which will sent about 0,000 lcoplo. All tho protestant churches aro giving up their regular services In order to mnko theso evangelistic services a blessing to tho town. Fighting Hookworm Disease Nearly a Quarter of a Million People Have Been Treated For This Scourge of All Warm Climates States and Counties fight against the ravages of disease In tho United la one of tho most Inspiring and hopeful events ever recorded In the ago long history of man's straggle against ailments that sap his strength and weaken him In body and mind. It is a light against an enemy of mankind that Infests every country In tho world that Is blessed with a warm climate, and therefore is found In this through tho skin of n person's feet and found their way Into his bowels, there to grow larger and to fasten themselves In tho wall of the bowels and suck the And blood of tho luckless victim. more, thero to lay eggs to polluto the suit that an endless chain of suffering might bo kept up. When the microscope found bow these worms were sucking people's blood, then the chemist found that a certain drug would kill them and not hurt the person who took It. Thus science laid tho foundation for this great tight Tho health agents started in to do their work, teaching the people not only how to be cured of the disease, but how to prevent it in the future. Soon they had obtained thcr hearty cooperation of county and school district governments, of physicians and of citizens generally not least to b mentioned that of tho victims of the disease, who came for miles and miles to tho dispensaries to be treated. That is bow the fight was organized. Here is how It has been carried on. Up until June 30, 1012, a total of 221,-30persons had been treated In the several states as follows: SJ Alabama 1.M4 Arkansas lt,6U Qeorfla M7 Kentucky U0 Louisiana tf.Ut Mlisliilppl TJ.SM North Carolina It.tXX South Carolina .?JS Tennetiea lM3t Virginia S Jones. CLAY COUNTY MKXTONH t'KKKK TIIR country in our southern states. It Is an Inspiring fight to tho victim of the disease, for It brings blm relief from pain and Illness, restores him to healthful vigor, makes life again worth living and lifts him to a higher plane of usefulness to himself and to his community. It is an Inspiring flight to the patriotic lover of America, for it shows how when philanthropist and scientist furnish the means and tho knowledge how quickly American people, through their state and county government and by their individual efforts, will help to solve certainly a problem that was for centuries deemed unsolvable. For so long n time that the memory of man runneth not to the contrary people living In warm climates have ufTered from thin bloodedness, from lassitude, from lnnblllty to work with either mind or body in a fashion bap- to people In the colder SHy unknowu these diseases and many cures were uggested, but the great majority of the sufferers never found relief in all their blighted lives. Then enmo the scientist and his microscope and found that tho trouble was that tiny worms, too small for the eyo to see, abounded in polluted soli, and that they worked their way In Many names were given to d How rapidly tho work Is going Is shown by the fact that of this number 80,000 were treated in the first six months of the current year. Ins deed, half the work In Louisiana, of that In South Carolina and all of that In Kentucky has been done since the first of last January. for-warthree-fourth- East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else pnMUt4 Ho coneipoaifac It not tor paMIcatloB, Vat Dli illt4 li tell ty tie mrlUr. an iTideace of too faita. Writ Ill ntrt plainly. JACKSON COUNTY McKEK Court McKee, Nov. 18. County was held hcra today and there was a large crowd of people In town L. C. Little was In Richmond a few 'Mls3 days last wek on business. Nccley Is visiting friends in Emma town this week. Mrs. John Fowler nnd Mr. I. It. Hays went to Berea last week to see their brother, Dr. J. D. Hays. Dr. Hays and his family went to Florida accompanied by Jno. Miss Rachel Howler of this place. Holcomb visited relatives In Richmond last week J. K. Sparks bought a farm near here from David Tlllery last week. 'Mrs. D. O. Collier went to see ler brother, C. A, Mlnter, last Sunday. V. Moore is Married on the slowly Improving. 26th, Mlsa Grace Anderson to Luclan Glpson. Wo wsh them a long and Miss Anna Powell prosperous life. his Gray Hawk farm of 42 acres to a man from North Carolina for 275 dollars. John Ward sold his farm to D. M. Ward for 430 dollars. Jno. Ward bought two young mules from D. II. Ward for two hundred dollars. Scott Evans was hauling staves for Austin Madden the past week. CAItICO Carlco, Nov. 11. We aro having flno weather st present and farmers are gathering com. Mrs. Angellno Cunagin died, tho 7th of this month. Sho was a devoted mother and n member of the Baptist church. She leaves five sons and three daughters to mourn hor loss. Wo are sorry '.o give up so good a friend. Mr. Ed Wathen has gono back to tint U, S. army after vlaltlng his relatives for thirty days. John Hurley has come homo from" the U. S. army. The election went rff quitcly In this precinct. Mrs. LUllu Smith Is reported to bo getting better. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Shelton, a fine boy. His name is Isaac Miss Ellen Roberts gave n bean hulling, Saturday night In honor uncle, Edward Evans, who Is here on a W of-h- st Rae-.'iicr- Mlddlctown, O., Nov. 16 Mr. Boyd Bandlln, who has been employed at tlto American Rolling mill for some time, will lei.vo In a few days for his homo In Richmond, Ky. ir Frank Woodward stent Frldny Mrs. Lewis. Mrs. Ed Scheek entertained n number of her friends from Llnclnnatl nt Mippcr, Sunday night. Mr. and .Mrs. Kenneth Hundley ROCKCASTLE COUNTY M'tit one day last week with J. K. IIOONB Sandlln. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Graham Boone, Nov. 11. Tho protrncfd lslted relaltvee In tho country last meeting begun at Falrvlew, Saturday, week. Mlsj Edith Price who has couducted by Rev. Geo. Chlldrcsa nnd had diphtheria Is able to be In Martha, tho twelve ihool again. 'Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rev. Ovwby. year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hudson nnd 'Ittlo son, Lester, spent B. J. Singleton, died at her home Sunday with .Vr. and Mrs. Jno. Sandono day last week and was laid to lln. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Graham rest at Fulrvluw. The bereaved fund-- ! wero tho gursts of Mrs. Grahain'a lly havo our deepest sympathy. Wm. parent!), Thursday nlRht. The little iCoyle, who has been In Indiana, for two year old sou of Mr. nnd Mrs. qulto a while, returned to his home, Henkel died last week ot diphtheria. recently. Tho Misses Ilnttlo Poynttr ind Lydla Leivctt visited tho MlHsen Bertha and Mny Lambert, Sunday. Our Sunday School Is progressing nicely with Mrs. W. II. Rich as Supt. Mr. and Mro. Alex Wren of Crab Orchard visited friends and relatives near this place last week. Tho Department of Berea Collegt exhibition was held at tlw Thursday night. school bouse last (The Citizen is a tpeciraea of All report a nlco time. MUs Thuira our work.) Klrby of thU place visited Tnlltha Coyle of RocMord, Saturday. A. D. HAND-niLl.PRINTS LETTKH. Leavett was tho guest ot Mr. Willie HEADS. CARDS, REPORTS. 8E Battle Coyle, Sunday. Tho 'Misses Poynter nnd Jesle Gulnn were shop-plu- g MONS AND BOOKS IN THE BEST In Berea, Saturday. Mrs. Nora MANNER, AND LOWEST AT Wren visited her mother, Mrs, Mat-tl- o PRICES. Coylo of near Rockford, Sunday. Mrs. James Vaughn, who has been Tour patronage Is asked to quite 111 for kome time, h uo better. studsats, and to lnsar Mrs. Minnie Earvln ot near Crab your (stUng your monys worth. Orchard visited her mother, Mrs. Geo. poynter last week Mrs. Lucy NorthCALL AT THE OFFICE OR BEND ern, who has been quite III, Is able ORDERS BT MAIL. TOU WILL OET Sextons Creek, Nov. 1C Mrs. Fryo who has been sick with pneumonia about a week died, Thursday night. nnd Sho lenves a host of friends t relatives to mourn her loss. remains wero laid to icst near homo son, whore her husband nnd her Jnmco, aro but led. Miss Juln Sparks Is very low with typhoid. Nathan Noo fell and broko his nrm a tow days ago whllo shooing a young Baylor and Esther Anna horso. Hurch nro silk with throat trouhl- -. Adcllno llurch has a very painful boll on hor hand. J. A. Hunter who has been In Cincinnati about two months Is nt home, but will return to Cincinnati In a lew days. McSherman Edwards and Nancy of Queen wero married, Thursday last week at thJ homo of tho bride. Mrs. J. P. McUalf has lagrlppe. Hugh Edwardi nnd family of Gray Hawk returned homo Monday from a weeks' vlrlt here. Jesso Snylor sold two yoke of log cattle hut week, ono yoke lor 13." dollars, thi Sarah other for 100 dollars- .- Mrs J. Hunter has been very lanm as tho result of n fall. H-- MHdletown Ohio Letter Berea Printing School el to bo out again. Earn-cstvll- lc Tyner, ' Nov. TVNKH 15. G. visited our sclu-o- l last Thursday and gave an interesting talk which was much appreciated. '.Mrs. Mat Hamilton has been perlously ijl but is a R. B. little better at this writing. Reynolds is doing Jury service In the Federal Court at Richmond. We were sorry to hear of John Spurlock, of Prlvctt, getting hlB band cut off in Ms saw mill IhBt week. J. S. Moore and wife moved into thir now home, today. John Pennington and son of Gray Hawk have completed two nice Mr. chimneys for W. K. Jones. and Mrs. W. M. Vaughn are visiting Glpson In Owsley County. Eugeno would bo groitly obliged If any one could advlso him of tho whereabouts of a shepherd dog ho lost et East Bernstadt last week. Tho dog Is red of color with white feet. T, P. llullock and wifo wero the guests of G. W. Mooro and family, Friday night. Thomas Dunagln will visit two In Missouri during the next weeks. UHATUAWK Gray Hawk, Nov. 11. The fine days furlough from the army. Thero were 16 girls and boyo present and all had a flno time. Tho little son of John Summers got his hand burned very badly last week. We sympathize with tho bereaved relatives and parents of the two brothers, Brack and Riley McCowan, who died recently. Mr. rnd Mrs. G. W. Johnson wero visiting S. R. Roberts and family last week. y, OWSLEYCOUNTY CONKI.t.NO weather continues and tho farmers aro busy gathering corn and hauling coal and getting ready lor winter. Died, Mrs. Rosy Doll Splvey, in tho jackson Cour.ty poor house. Interment In the McKoo cemetery. W. A. Hunter, our hustling merchant, la building a new storo house his old one. W. R. Euglo and 0. W. Hayes have laid In their fertilizer for r.ext spring. J. P. Tin-chhas begun building a new barn for J, n. Hlngham, with tho help of Win. Hayes aud othero. A. Q. Prlv-e- tt mado a business trip to Wm. Hayes', Saturday. N. W. Necly Bold beside er Conkllng, Nov. 0. Married, Nov. 2nd, Mr. Jim Malnous and Miss Etta Holcomb. A big dinner was given at tho home of the groom on Sunday. 'Mr. E. CainpbUl of Doonevlllu visited his mother-in-laMrs. Emily Sunday. Mr3. J. II. Jones of Jackson County, paid this place a visit last week. Mrs, Joo Peters has been In poor health for 83nio time. Undo Lloyd Day has moved to his new homo on Island Creek. Uncle Ueatty Day ts on the sick list. Tho passed off qultely at this election place, but wo aro sorry to say that while rcturnlnf tho ballot box to the County seat, Thursday, J. Wilson's flno carrlago was badly torn up by a frightened young niaro. Eld. J. W. Anderson left, Frlda- - for his regular appointment at Liberty In Estill County. Corn gathering is all tho go here. Medium crops aro related. Mrs. Emily McCollum had a yield of fourteen largo pumpkins on ono vino, tho smallest being as large an a halt burhcl. Who can beat this? lAfl.KY. Gauloy, No. 16, Ed Robertbon, who has had fever so long, Is getting Rev. C. G Murry of along nicely. Clay County Ic visiting his daughter, 'Mrs. Oanlel RobcrtsonDled, Mr. John Cummins. Hu leaves a wife and coveral children. W. E. Bullock and Clarence Howard havo gone to Paris very to work. Corn gathering Is popular this tlmo of year. Mrs. Martha Tilullens Is putting up a W. B. Mobley has hlo new Shirley Howhouso about completed ard, of Lovl, returned homo after n week's stay with his brother, Clarence. Mrs. Jake Ponder visited htr parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. .0 llullock, this woek. Georgo Robertcon Is on tho sick list this week. 'Mrs. Llda Hownrd nnd Alts. Nancy Bullock Mrs. Martha Mullens, this week. T. V. Bullock bought a cow of Geo. Wilson for $20. A. J. Sames Is sick, this week "Mrc. C. O. Murrey Is very Mrs. elck nt her daughter's home, Daniel Robertcon. IIOCKFOIUI "Misses Nov. ll.-T- ho Rockford, Edith Llnvlllo and Pearl Moore tf Boren were visiting friends and relatives of Scaffcld Cane a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stephens and Uernlco Todd visited Mr. W. P. Anderson and family of near Rich mond, Saturday nnd Sunday. Next new-barvis-lted SATISFACTION. DRESS TERMS CASH. AD- Berea Printing School BEREA, KY. Houses to Rent To thoss whs have children U tdi cats and wish to rttlds In BsrM tot longer r ahortsr tlms to enjoy lu educational advantages, the Celleft hte a number ef houses, large enl small, some ef them partly Turnip MPeee te rent en reasonable terms. THE COLLEGE TREASURER BEREA, KY. THE Berea Hospital Nurse Trainiig Schovl Berea College HAS Saturday and Sunday aro church days nt "Macedonia. regular EveryMrs. Annie Llnvlllo body Is Invited and children oro lBltln her mother, Mrs. Eddlo McGulre. near Richmond. Un-lJohn R. McCollum who Iiiih boon sick for co long Is still improvthis ing. Onhellu Anglln of near placo Is visiting her nutit, Mrs. Jane ijitnbort of Berfa. tf ROOM BEST OPERATTNO AND ALL MODERN FOR OARS APPLIANCE Or A LIMITED NTJMMB1 Or PATIENTS. GO TO Settle's and Haley's Big Store at Big Hill, Ky. See It Jam Full of Nice Dry Goods, Notions, Hardware, Tinware, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Flour, Meal, Lard and All Kinds of Groceries. See their Very Low Prices! HAMILTON, OHIO LETTER PEOT8 Or RECOVERT. Hamilton, O., Nov. S. About fifty Baptist women from Hamilton attendRaU One Dollar a day aad ed tho Miami Conference of MissionBond for prompt payment required Bapary Societies at tho Ninth St. for further particulars addreea church In Cincinnati, O., last tist A. M. Flanery, who Is Wednesday employed in Agricultural work In HOSPITAL Carolina has Just returned THE BEREA North from a trip to Washington, D. C, and BEREA, KY. Chicago whero bo was visiting and gathering facts which would help HOSPITAL TREAT' ME NT GREATLT INCREASES FROe