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IIES I IDENT ' S OFF I CE
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UERE.A KY
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$rm citizen
BERJtA PUBLISHING CO.
INOOKronATKtlJ
3. P. FAULKNER, Manager
Knlirtd at t tfl-offitt at flrrm, Ky., u trcmd
Hat maU-mntlrr.
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Vol. XIV.
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BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 11, 1012
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No. 20
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R. R. COYLE
BEREA,
KENTUCKY
GET READY FOR WINTER TERM
Tho Winter Term of Heroa College
opens .on Wednesday, Jon. 1. 8tu
donts buouM bo on bend If posslblo
on Monday or Tuesday, but It Is not
advlsablo for them tc conio beforo
that time.
Tho attendance iu all departments
lias been growing very rnpldly, and
last winter a good many students had
to bo turned away for lack of ac
commodations. This year Bomo new
buildings aro under construction, and
several dwelling houses will bo
equipped for uso of students. It 's
very Important, however, for all that
nro Intending to bo hero to cngago
rooms In ndanco. A momenfe tbouKht
will show that It Is Impossible, to
provide accommodations for an un
limited number of students on short
notlco. All who' Intend to bo hero
for tho Winter Term should wrlto
Immediately, nnd send Ono Dollar for
deposit for reservation of a room so
that wo shall bo suro they aro really
coming. I shall bo glad to correspond
nnd answer questions.
Cordially your.
D. Walter Morton, RcCy. Berea. Ky.
INTERESTING ITEMS
Tblc week our columns aro full of
tho latest news, Including Hint f
tho Electoral Vcte, nnd of tho War
In tho East together with the vari
ous Editorials cu tho first and
second pages.
I'ago two rocordb u great movement
now on foot for tho Improvement of
conditions foi children all over tho
country,
Tho article, Tho Knrtner-Teacber.
Jindcr Our Teachers Department on
pngo thrco Is of special Interest; ul
bo tho article, Wash Day Mndo Easy,
on tho saino iago gives pointers
well worthy of notlco.
Farmers should not fall to read
pago seven, isioclnlly tho two arti
cles, Holing up tho Vegetables, and
Caring for tho Calvco, which deal
with very Important topics In a very
practical way.
FEW CHANGES IN
ELECTORAL VOTE
LAST WEEK'S FIGURES PRACTI-
CALLY CORRECT
Wilson Gets Illinois snd Roosevelt will
Probably get California.
Tho electoral vote, according to
returns lant wock, Wllccn 431, Roose
velt 85, and Toft 15. During tho week
these figures havo changed Mlghtly,
and two or three states aro In doubt.
Xotnbla cbangee wcro that of Illi
nois from tho Roosevelt to the Wil
son column, and Minnesota nnd
Michigan from tho Wilson to tho
Roosovclt column. In Tho Citizen's
summary Taft was given Wyoming,
but later returns places It In the
Wilson column. Tho figures now as
definitely ns can bo ascertained ore
by states as follows:
Revised Electoral College Table
Stato Taft. Wilson Roosevelt
CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE
I'AQE FIRST
Editorials
Kentucky News
World News
United States Nows.
PAGE TWO.
Editorials.
Child Welfare Conference.
PAOE THREE
Our Teach oru Department.
Homo Courso In Domestic Sclenco.
Sermon.
Sunday School Lesson.
PACE FOUR
Locals.
PAOE FIVE
Chlldrcns' Column.
Kitchen Cabinet.
Thanksgiving Proclamation.
PAGE BIX
Serial Story.
PAOE SEVEN
Intensive Farming
PAOE EIOIIT
Eastern Kentucky News.
Alabama . . 12
Arizona .. 3
Arkansas .. 9
California (Doubtful)
Colorado .. C
Connecticut .. 7
Delaware .. 3 ..
llorlda .. 6
Georgia .. . H
Idaho 4 ..
Illinois .. ,29
Indiana .. 10
Iowa .. 13
Kansas .. 10
Kentucky .. 13 .
Louisiana .. 10
Malno .. 6
Maryland .. 18
Massachusetts .. -18
Mlchlgau .. .. 15
MlunoBota .. .. 12
Mississippi ., 10 ..
Missouri .. IS
'Montana .. 4 ..
Nebraska .. '8 ..
Nevada .. 3 ...
X. Hamp'ro .. 4
N. Jersey ., 14
N. Moxlco .. 3
New York .. 45 ..
N. Carolina .. 12
N. Dakota .. 6
Ohio N 24
Oklahoma .. 10 ,,
Oregon 6
Pennsyl'Ja .. .. 38
Rhodo l'nd .. G
S. Carolina ., 9
S. Dakota ., .. 5
TVnncssoo .. 12 .,
Toxas .. 20
Utah 4
Vermont 4
Virginia .. 12
Washington .. ., 7
W. Virginia .. 8
Wisconsin ., 13
Wyoming ..
Totnl 12 418 77
Doubtful
California 13... 0
Wyoming 3
Continued on page five
CASH BASIS
For somo limti the stockholders of Tho Citizen have been debnt.
JtiR tho matter of adopting tho cash basis for subscriptions, nnd along
with it tho policy of stopping nil subscriptions 11 1 tho end of tho time
paid for whether notified by tho subscriber to do so or not. Ar in
timnled in nn editorinl, n few weeks ago, tho arguments on both
sides of tliis question wero being neighed, nnd tho result is that wo
aro authorized to nnnounce that 110 more credit subscriptions will bo
received, and Hint ns soon ns proper notification can bo made, or
about December 1st, wo shnll begin to stop subscriptions on expi
ration. Thore nre four good reasons for this change in policy:
1. It is much less trouble to handle n cash subscription nnd less
costly from tho standpoint of ollico or ngent's work.
2. Even if our subscription, list should bo somewhat smnller,
thn receipts will no doubt be larger owing to tho fact that soino few
people subscribe with 110 intention of paying, and others who aro at
the time well intetilioned nnd perfectly honest, do not pay, tho cost
to us, of tho endeavor to collect, iu many cases, being much more
than tho price of tho paper.
3. On the credit basis it is necessary not to discontinue so 1110
subscriptions after expirntion, nnd, if some, then nil. Consequently
the pnper often loses n year's subscription, tho subscriber failing to
realize that hu is both legally nnd in honor bound to pay if he does
not notify the ollico Mint ho wishes his subscription discontinued.
4. "I'ny oh you go" is the best policy in every line of business,
mid it works as well for tho buyer as tho seller. Aud there is tho
least reason of all why it should not apply to the newspaper business.
In letters to all of our subscribers who nre in arrears we have
recently urged that they get on the pnid up list, anticipntii)g.tho time
when wo should adopt this new basis, and the responso to this re
quest has been generous, so that the number of our cash subscribnrs
is constantly increasing, while the unpaill list is dwindling. We
hope by the end of, tho month to have nn altogether pnid up list.
Wo urge all subscribers, therefore, to look at the date on the ad
dress of their Citizen to see if they nre on the pnid up list, nnd if not,
to remit ns soon ns ponsihlo. The Citizen goes to press this week on
Thursday morning, November 14th. Any subscription, therefore,
with tho (Into previous to November lfJth, 11)12, is on the unpaid list,
nnd there is due us one of two things n notice to stop or remittance
for tho new year.
TAFT A VICTIM
History will deal much more Hjmpathetically with Mr. Taft than
did the popular majority at tho polls, and its verdict will not be long
delayed. Blameworthy as he has been in some respects, the fnte that
has overtaken him was not deserved. There will be n revision of the
popular judgment ns to him nnd it will be tempered by knowledge
and sympathy. Somo revenges that appear to bo successful are dear
ly pnid for in time.
As President, Mr. Taft will leave a record of many triumphs and
n single conspicuous nnd fntnl blunder. He has been a constitutional
mngistrnte, governing by law and not by caprice. He has given us
tho grentest Supreme Court since the days of Marshall and Story.
He was thn first President to enforce the criminal clauses of the
Sherman law. Ho has urged the reform or judicial procedure. He
has powerfully supported the cause of arbitration. He has worked
for reciprocity, lie has suppressed jingoism. He has promoted
civil-service reform. He brought about the corporation tax. He has
hnd regard for economy.
Mr. Taft'g stumbling block has been the tariff. He signed the
Pnyue-Aldrich bill which he should have vetoed, and he vetoed the
uou.partisau bills reducing tho cost of living which he should have
signed. No doubt ho deserved punishment for these errors, but not
at the hnnds of men calliug themselves high-tariff Republicans, not at
the hands of States liko Pennsylvania, not at the hands of industrial
oligarchies like Hhode Island.
Judged either by his virtues or his mistakes, here is a President
who has met unmerited humiliation. Defeat was necessary and inevi
table, but only by treachery and ingratitude could it be made so over
whelming as to amount to a stigma.
We believe that nn informed and charitable public opinion will
presently transfer this reproach from the man to the system. The man
will be remembered for the good that he has done. The system, of
which he has been the most notable victim, will be destroyed.
New York World.
MORE LOSSES
F0R TURKS
ALLIED ARMIES INVEST CONSTAN
TINOPLE Salonika Captured by the Greeks
Diplomatic Circles Stirred.
Another week has passed, and a
galn tho Turks havo met with noth
ing but rovorses. Tho allied armies
havo pressed their foeo back with
in tho outer dofonsDu of Constantino
ple, thus cutting off Adrlnoplo and a
few other ganlsoued places from
connection with tho Turkish capital,
and all means of succor. Repeated
dispatches havo been received, which
stato that Adrlnoplo has fallen, but
these havo not been confirmed, tho
It is not thought that tho garrison can
hold out many days.
Salonika, n Turkish stronghold In
'.Macedonia, was captured by th'
Greeks the 8th InBt., crown Prlnca
Constantino receiving tho surren
der of tho 25,000 Turks, and parol
ing them until tho end of tho war.
This Is tho most nctablo victory
accredited to tho Greek contingent,
and Is of as much Importance to them
as tho capture at Uskntl to the Serb
ians. Thero Is great rojclclng thmout
tho nntlon. A Greek governor has bcen
appointed, and tho king has gono
to visit tho captured city.
Early accounts contain reports of
tho slaughter of tho Christians by
tho Turks, but theso havo been dent
ed. There havo also been persistent
imports f n reign of terror In Con
stantinople, tho Turks being charg
ed with tho massacre of foreign
f Continued oil I'tgt Fire
WORLDJEWS
General European War Feared An
other Mexican Revolt Europe
Likes Woodrow Wilson Ambassa
dor Bryce Resigns.
EUROPE THREATENED WITH
GENERAL WAR
Tho situation In Europe Is becom
ing lntenso over tho Balkan War. Tho
six great powers aro In two camps,
tho trlplo alliance (Germany, Aua-tro-Hungary
nnd Italy) being opposed
by tho trlplo entente (Franoo, Great
Brltlau and Russia.) Tho trlplo al
liance Is Inclined to favor Turkey,
Iwhllo tbo trlplo cntento Is more
friendly to tho allies. Austria-Hungary
leads on tho part of tho alli
ance, her grievance being that she
I cannot allow Sorvia 'to havo an Adri
atic port.
. ANOTHER MEXICAN REVOLT
Mexico Is threatened with another
'revolt, this tlmo Gen. Trevlno being
suggested for provisional president.
Tho Zapatlst outlaws favor tho in
troduction of tho gulllotln as a
j means of making way with their poli
tical opponents,
EUROPE PLEASED
Europo In general Is pleased with
tho election of Woodrow Wilson la3t
Tuesday. London papers speak in
high terms of tho president elect,
whllo expressing sympathy with
Pres. Taft and In a measuro Justify
ing Col. Roosevelt's courso. In Ber
lin the success of tho Democrats Is
balled with delight Paris Is also
pleased nnd predicts a successful ad
ministration. AGED DIPLOMAT RETURNS
The British Ambassador to tbo
United States, tho Hon. Jas. Bryce,
has tendered his resignation, and
will soon return to England. Mr.
Bryco Is held with high esteem in
both countries.
SEE
CHRISM AN
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OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Exclusive agent for "The Foster Line"
Cut Rates on Comforts and All Wool Blankets
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UNITED STATES NEWS
Cruisers Dispatched to the Dardan
ellesPoliticians Sugfeett Cabinet
for President Elect Wilson "Uncle
Joe's" Days are Numbered Four
States Join the Woman Suffrage
Column Hooper Has Made Good
President Taft Rallies Defeated
Forces.
WILL PROTECT AMERICANS .
So serious is tbo war situation In
tho Balkan region that tho United
States government Is hastening crui
sers Tennesseo and Montana to
Turkish waters to protect American
citizens.
UNCLE JOE DEFEATED
Undo J0.0 Cannon succumbed to
the landslide last Tuesday being
defeated by Frank T. O'Hatr. Uncle
Joe Is called tho "old gray wolf" In
Danville, 111., and It wa3 thought that
ho had a lifelong job at Washington,
but ho will probably never return to
Congress after tho coming session.
WOMAN SUFFRAGE VICTORIES
Whether women should bo given
the right to vote was passed upon
Tuesday In five states with an affir
mative vote in Michigan. Oregon, Ari
zona and Kahras, and a negative vote
in Wisconsin. Thero aro all told, ten
states in which women have tho same
tight at tho polls accorded to men.
HOOPER RE-ELECTED
Gov. Hooper was re-elected In Ten
nessee. His majority over MacMIUan,
Democrat being between flvo and
ten thousand. It Is thought that Pat
terson will fall of election In tho
United States Senate.
CAD I NET MAKERS BUSY
Gov. Wilson's .troubles havo begun,
tho different factloca In his party
presenting a slato for his cabinet.
The clamor for nn extra session Is
also pretty loud, but tho president
elect so far maintains a discreet sil
ence., saying that his first word will
bo his official announcement, and
that ho proposes to bo a good list
ener. Ho has declared now for a va-
Contlnued on page five
IN OUR OWN STATE
Kentucky's Cabinet Timber Health
Board Exonerated Miscreants
Wreck L. & N. Train Kentucky's
Republican Vote New Trial for
Dolan Pellagra and Hook Worm
Allied.
KENTUCKY CABINET TIMBER
Former Gov. Beckham was men
tioned at tho Baltimore convention as
being worthy of cabinet honors. 01
Ho James, who has bcen very active
in tho campaign, Is also said to bo
looked upon with much favor by tho
President elect
Urcy Woodson, Judgo Alex P. Hum
phrey, Judf Samuel Wilson and J. N.
Camden aro tho other Kentucklans
whoso names are mentioned in this
connection.
L. & N. WRECK
The fast train known as tho
"Florida Limited" crushed into a
carload of steel standing on a switch
at Bedford, two miles south of Paris,
Ky., about 10:30 p. m. last Friday.
Tho engineer was killed outright,
tho fireman badly scalded and sever
al passengers severely shaken up,
somo sustaining serious injuries.
Investigations show that tho train
was wrecked Intentionally, as tho
switch light was gono and thero wcro
evidences that tho switch lock bad
been broken with somo heavy instru
ment. ACCOUNIS OF HEALTH BOARD.
SQUARE
For nearly fivo months Stato Ins
pector Goodpaster has been giving
tho Stato Board of Health a thorough
Investigation and announces that tho
accounts balance to a penny.
Tho Inspector shows that the
Health Dept. has cost the stato loss
than flvo thousand per year for iho
thlrty-thrco years of its existence.
During tho Incumbency of Dr. J. N.
McCormlck, who has bcen connected
with tho Dopt for twenty-nlno years,
on nggregato of $138, 15h.U has been
expended.
Continued on nge Five
NOW IS THE TIME
to sec us about your Roof. Winter will be here
soon. Orders are coming in fast. The price ot
steel is advancing rapidly. Tlie Heat Time is
Right Now. Drop us a card in order to get you
on'our list.
Berea School of Roofing
HENRY LENGFELLNER, Mgr.
We have the goods the quality of workman
ship and the right price. $5.00 per square for a
roof worth $6.00 to $7.00 is cheaper than $4.oo
for a roof worth only $3.99. Just like your Gal
vanized fence so your Galvanized Roofing will
rust if you get the cheap kind

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