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vThe Citizen
Devoted to tlie Interests of tibie INtoujatorn. People
BERJDA PUBLISHING CO.
Knowledge Is power and the
way to keep up with modern
knowledge Is to read a good
newspaper. .
(INCORPOHATICDJ
J. P. rAOLKNER, Manager
Kxltrft al th4 Pft-tfitt U llnrn, AY, iu trtond
Ham mntl mnllrt.
Vol. XIV.
Five conts a copy.
BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 28, 1012
One Dollnr a ycnr.
No. 22
i
For the Best
Men's Shoes
Men's Suits
Men's Shirts
Men's Underwear
Men's Hats
Men's Trousers
AND
Men's Overcoats
SEE
R. R. COYLE
BEREA,
KENTUCKY
OUR PAID UP LIST
letters aro going this week to ull '
of our subscriber who ani In arreurs, J
asking that wo bo permitted to placo The Powers
thorn on our paid up list, announce-
ment having boon made in the past ,
two or thrco issues Uiat we shall be- ,
gin a cosh business with our first
Issuo In December, which means that
all who aro la arrears at that timo
and who do not respond, will, by the
direction ot tho stockholders of Tho
Citizen Company, bu dropped from
tho list.
With tho letters goes tho hopo
WORLD NEWS
Mobilizing Forces-
Earthquake in Mexico Hurlcana
In Jamaica Panic In Spanish
Theater in Which Fifty are Kllle'd.
INTEREST CENTERED ON MOVE
MENTS OP rowEits -
The European situation -la tenso,
and It Is feared that war may break
Out at any moment between tho
great ower8 over tho Balkan situa
tion. Russia la mobilizing her forces
that they may meet a hearty response,' tQ n naij1:M.M for any CVCnt. and
and that wo shall havo to stop jAimrlft , .ady t0 cngage wIth th0
our vlslU to but few homes. loorvlanB if they ncnetrato to tho
When about to conclude not to
renow for tho paper, remember that
3-1-3 dozen eggs, 3 or 4 hens, 1-2
of a turkey, l?s3 than a day's work
and a llttlo mora than 1 bushel of
com at present market prices, will
secure It for a year and brighten your
homo 62 times.
Can any ono afford to bo with
out Tho Citizen's cheer. Its help
fulness, Its news?
ourIollegeIssue
Wo give considerable space this
week to articled and views setting
forth tho advantages offereed by Uc
rea Collcgo to thoso who expect to
enter school for tho winter months.
Tho parent who Is trying to decide
what to do for his boys and girls, or
tho prospectlvo student, thrown uon
his own resources, will do well to
teachers speak ot tho courses offer
ed which aro so varied as to meet
tho needs of ovtry Ono. In fact, on
January 1st. Six doora of opportunity
will swing open on tho Hcna campus.
For particulars, aco page 7.
Thanksgiving Number Alio
And this Is nlso our Thanksgiving
number. On pago 2 will bo found a
facsimile of parts of tho flrbt Thanks
giving proclamation, on pago 3 Tho
Pilgrims' Thankbglvlng. and on pago 7
a poem embodying tho best senti
ment of tho day.
Adriatic coast which they seem to
bo determined to do.
At present thero Is a lull in the
lighting hetweon tho allies and tho
Turks tho peace proposals, for a
whllo broken eff, being under discus
sion again.
EARTHQUAKE IN MEXICO
Mexico Is an Ill-starred land. Kent
by wars for tho last two years and
devastated by Insurrectionary bands
and outlaws, It was stricken last
Tuesday by" an earthquake, which is
said to havo destroyed more than a
thousand pcoplo and millions worth
of property In outlying portions of
tho country.
HimitlCANE IN JAMAICA
HOW TO GET THE MONEY
It costs 130.70 to pay a student's expenses in Bcrea for tbo
winter term of three months. This includes hoard, room rent and
incidental fee. This is a very small sum on the one side and insures
very large returns on tho other. But still the question, on tho part
of many fathors and mothers or boys nnd girls, in, "Where is the
money to come from?"
Hero are a few hints that may bo helpful.
The present market rates for bvef cattle average about lGc per
K)und. Let us suppose that the family can spare a beef, netting,
after butchoring and dressing, 400 or 200 pounds. In either case
tho question is nnswered. In tho one, the expenses of two can be
met, and in the other, one child can be sent away.
But possibly hogs are more plentiful than beeves. And fat
hogs too are bringing a very good price about 11c. per pound.
Two hogs, therefore, netting 1G0 pounds each, will yield $30,20
enough to meet tho winter term bills and with S-l.&O to sparo.
Again, the bills can be met by the sale of cross ties. At the
river or at the railroad they will bring at least 33 l-3c. each, and
an able bodied man can cut, on an average, ten ties a day, and nine
days work will give ono boy or girl the three months in Berea that
may chauge the entire fortunes of tho family.
It might be possible nlso to make the poultry yard pay the bill.
It is a poor hen that can't be sold for 25c. If 123 hens, therefore,
could be marketed, tho money for tbo term bill would be iu hand.
Or, with eggs at 30c. per dozen, 1234 eggs would suffice. But turkeys
bring even a better price, and 25 averaging ten pounds each, at
12 J o. per pound will produce the necessary amount.
Where there are beef cattle, and hogs, and ties, and chickens,
nnd turkeys, thero ought to be a nay, and there is a way. But, after
all; it takes a will to make a way. And those that have the will havo
found, or will find, the way and will enter Beren or somo other good
school at the beginning of the winter term.
TIGHTENING THE LINES ON CRIMINALS
New York City is redeeming herself in the public eje by tho
thorough fashion iu which she has dealt with the slayers of Rosenthal,
tho confessed gambler. Police Lieutenant Chas. Becker was convict
ed a few weeks ago and sentenced to the electric chair for instigating
the murder, while, on the lUtli, the four gunmen, known among their
pals as, "Oip tho blood", "Lefty Louie", "Dago Frank" and "Whit
ney" Lewis received a like sentence at the hands of tho jury after
twenty minutes deliberation.
In Virginia two of the Aliens are awaiting executiou of the death
sentence, while Sidney Allen is set) to need to fifteen yearn imprison,
meut. Audin Kentucky, last Saturday, a crime similar to the Vir
ginia crime, the killing of Mngistrato Beattyat BuruRide, was avenged
bytliH electrocution of the murderer at Eddyville.
If this method of dealing with criminals contiuues for a few
years, murder will become less popular, police officials will learn that
they are expected to be servants of the people and not abetters of the
criminal classes; and viciously inclined citizens, or those suffering
from tho exaggerated Ego, will begiu to respect the courts.
TO PENSION EX-PRESIDENTS
A news telegram from New Yprk, the 21st, announces that Mr.
Carnegie has set aside n large sum which is to be used "Tor the pur
pose of pensioning ex-l'residents, the amount to be allowed each is
said to be $25,000.
Mr. Carnegie's action has stirred up much comment throughout
the country, the conseusus of opinion generally being averse to
tho policy, Congressmen nud others stating that the Government
ought to bo able to take caro of its ex-Presidents if they need help.
It is likely that the agitation will result in bu annuity being fixed
upon retiring Presidents. Thero ure u good many, however, who
think that a man of the abilities usually possessed by a President
should bo able to take care of himself.
A GOOD INVESTMENT
Thero never was a better time la
all tho history ot this country for
boys and girls to start to school. Tho
past year has been a most prosperous
ono and now that tho harvest In
over and tho fruits of field and gar
den aro safely stored In houses and
I barus It Is Unto to tako advantage ot
tho opportunity to go to school. Tho
THE CHURCH AND THE NATION
Summary of a sermon by Rev.
B. H. Roberts, Union Church, Sun
day, Nov. 17th.
I harvests this year havo been very
A severe hurricane visited tho wes- uut
tern part of Jamaica last week produc w lP- ol "
" U. ...... n ImmlrAl . B'u" "U " i-"
sain theso pages. A number of the "B . - T ' , 1 left over to spend on tho education
small harbor ctaft were destroyed.
PANIC IN SPANISH THEATRE
A panic was caused In n moving
picture theatro In Itllbao, Spain, by
t cry of fire. A rush for tho exits
resulted In fifty pcoplo being cruimed
to death. Tho alarm was a falso one,
of their chlldten, and, with such a
' chanco as Is now offered them this
winter, when tho dcors of so many
1 schools aro being thrown open, tho
! children should receive their reward
In tho opportunity to attend school.
Surely thero Is no parecnt In tho
. mountalna that does not wish for hla
tho operator simply losing his nervo chllron bcttcr opportunities than ho
when a film Ignited. Ho himself, how- ha(, Am, ,f ha W0()1J t,ko Bomo .
over, recovered sufficiently from Ma t, oney thet waa mdo on tuIa
fright to put out tho flames.
Conlluucil on page fic
Tho church from tho first has re
garded tho welfare. o( the people. This
was truo under Moses and also In tho
primitive church.
Tho spiritual needs of tho com
munity is tho first consideration cf
tho church in this and all ages.
Today three mattcra of social wel
faro demand especial consideration.
The Liquor Question
Tho business employs only 1-100 of
tho workers, uses only 1-3 of tho
grain crop, has only 1-20 of tho cap
ital of tho country, yet Is allowed
to curso tho land, tho It pays only
$15,252,000 In wages whllo tho total
wages paid Is $3,427,038,000.
Tho drink bill amounted to J1.S00,
000,000. This amount spent In food
and clothes would employ eight times
as mauy at 5 1-2 times the wages.
Continued on Vter I'uc
CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE
PAOE K1RST
Editorials
Nuws of tho Week.
A Good Investment.
Sermon Dr. 11. II. Roberts.
PAOE TWO.
Editorials.
Science and Life.
I'AOE THREE
Our Teachers Department.
Sunday School Lesson.
Tcmperanco.
PAGE FOUR
Locals.
PAOB FIVE
Sunday School Lesson.
I'AOE SIX
Serial Story.
PAOE SEVEN
Intensive Farming
What Pcoplo Say of Horta College.
I'AOE EiailT
Eastern Kentucky News.
Aftor Christmas.
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STUDENT'S ROOM IN PEARSON'S HALL
SEE
CHRISM AN
FOR
STOVES nd RANGES
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Exclusive agent for "The Foster Line"
Cat Rates on Comforts and All Wool Blankets
THE FURNITURE MAN"
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LADIES HALL. CHIEF HOME OF BEIIEA'S GIRLS
UNITED STATES NEWS IN OUR OWN STATE
Congress to Convene in Short Ses
sionSenator Rayner Expires
Treasury House Cleaning End of
Coal Strike in Sight Post Office
Drag Net Schrank Insane -Harvard
Defeats Yale.
CONORESS TO CONVENE MONDAY
Congreca will convene, Monday, Dec.
2nd, for tho short session which will
explro March 4th. This will bo the
last Republican Congress for somo
years no doubt.
Several Important measures aro
pending, for Instance: the Shepherd
Kenyon Bill prohibiting the shipment
of liquor into prohibition states; Tho
Department of Labor Bill; An amend-'
ment to the Sherman Anti-Trust Law;
A bill to Limit Campaign Contribu
tions and Tho Repeal of Tho Reci
procity Agreement.
It Is generally conceded that the
tariff will bo shelved and left for tho
new Democratic Congress to handle,
which It is very desirous of doing.
SENATOR RAYNER DIES
Senator Rayner of Maryland, who
has been sick for somo t'me In Wash
ington, died, Monday. Ills successor
will bo a RepuMIcan, owing to tho
fact that tho Legislature, which Is
Democratic, does not meet this win
ter, and tho Governor, who will ap
point, Is a Republican.
REORGANIZING THE TREASURY
Secretary MaoVeagh of tho Treasury
Department, closely following tho res-
Contlnued on pag live
The Official Count Former Insurance
Commissioner's Accounts Short
Roepke Seeking Release Third Ar
rest for Wrecking Train Deputy
Sheriff Killed Local Option Elec
tion in Pulaski Post Office Primaries.
KENTUCKY'S VOTE
The official count of tho election
held Noveintxv Gth was completed
at Frankfort the 23rd. Wilson's plura
lity in Kentucky Is 104,072, his to
tal vote, 219.584; Taft's vote, 115,512;
Rooseyeit-s, 102,706; Debs' vote, 11,647,
and Chaffin's, 3,22:1. Wilson's majority
over Taft and Roosevelt is 1,306, a
great falling off In tho usual Demo
cratic vote, whllo It will bo seen
that ho failed ot getting a majority
over all by something over 13,000.
Tho voto in the seventh appellate
district Is aa follows: Turner 27,030,
Kirk 26,689, and White 15,097.
Langley was elected In tho tenth
district by a majority of 6,914.
Powers of tho eleventh district
received 6,771 mbro votes than Smith
and 9,487 moro than Seavy.
INSURANCE COMMISSIONER.
CALLED TO ACCOUNT
Tho Stato Examiner reported to
tho Governor, tho 19th, that tho books
of former Commissioner of Insurance,
C. W. Dell, aro lnjjad condition, nnd
that tho stato did not recelvo from,
his offlco what It should havo receiv
ed by J20.730.77. Tho Examiner does.
Continued on page 1'lve
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. The Best 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 $4.00
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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