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PRESIDENT'S OFFICE
"n?fA COLLEGE
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The Citizen
MtRJt A PUiLISHmG CO.
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J. P. FAULKNER, Manager
Knowledge is power and the
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Devoted, to tlxe Interests of the JotrritetirL TPeople
Vol. XIV.
Five cents a copy.
DEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY., DECEMBER 5, 1012
One Dollar a year.
No. 23
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R. R. COYLE
BEREA,
KENTUCKY
A THIN6 OF THE PAST
Only Uioso get Tho Citizen thin
week vho3o subscriptions aro paid
up. Our credit list la a thing of tlio
last.
. As announced last week, letters
wero sent to all who wcro In arreatu
and tboso who havo responded aro
now on tho paid up list. A good many,
as wo go to press, aro mill unheard
from, but tlio letters aro coming In
and wo hopo to hear from many moro
beforo tho Isauo It. exhausted so that
they won't miss a slnglo number.
Somo, In remitting, havo taken tlnio
to say that they llko tho paid up
Idea, nnd wo llko It and aro suro It
Is going to work.
Hereafter, every subscriber will
get a notice n month beforo tho dato
of expiration of his subscription, call
ing his nttentlon to tlio fact nnd
soliciting his renewal. And wo shall
also forward, when ho remits, a re
ceipt giving tho dato to which pay
ment Is made
THIS WEEK'S ISSUE
It has boon n year, nearly, since wo
ran a series of article setting forth
tho ovlls of Mormoulsm too long an
lutermlHslon no doubt, for tho Mor
mon hierarchy Is ever awako and
pushing Its Iniquitous practices to
tho front. Wo therefore call atten
tion to tho artlclo on tho subject
tills week.
On our SUi pugo wo havo been
running boiiio articles on tho hook
worm disease, tho dreadful Mature
of which can bo secu from tho Illus
tration In this lssuo.
Mr. Montgomery has a timely artl
clo on our agricultural pago on "Prac
tical Forestry." For our educational
page, In llr. Lewis' absence, wo
havo selected two Items of Interest,
"Tho Doctor In Tho School" and
"Opening tho Schoolhouso to Wider
Use."
Wo havo resumed tho domestic
science articles ufter two or threo
weeks Intermission. Tlio subject this
week Is Home Decoration.
MARKING TIME IN THE
CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE
PAGE ONE
Editorials
Nows of tho Wock.
CruBado Against Mormoulsm.
PAGE TWO.
Editorials.
"Who Ordained lllm?'- 1'antor Itussel,
Temperance Notes.
PAGE THREE
Our Teachers Department.
Sunday School Lesson.
Sermon.
Homo Courso In Domestic Science.
PAOB FOUR
Locals.
PAGE FIVE
For tho Llttlo Folks.
Coming Musical Treat.
PAOB 8IX
Serial Story.
PAOB SEVEN
Intensive Farming
Tlio Valuo of Straw.
Device for Housowlfe.
PAOB EIGHT
Boston Kentucky News.
How Hookworm Is Contracted.
News la Bcarco from tho Dalkans.
A week has passed with varying re
iwrt8 promising peaco and threaten
ing a general European war, In tho
midst of which a few definite facts
stand out:
1. IX-legates of the four allied states
and Turkey havo met to discuss
terms of peaco, nnd havo declared
their Intention of signing a peace
protocol, but Uio signing has been
postponed owing to a quetsion uixjii
tho part of Greece.
2. Servla, In defianco of Austria,
has made good her Intention of
occupying an Adriatic iort, having
HCizcd Durnzzo In Albania, having be
gun Its fortification, nnd announced
her Intention of holding It In perpe
tuity. 3. Itoumanla, the Balkan state that
refused to Join the four allied states
In making war uiion Turkey, has an
nounced herself Austria's ally, and
has begun to prepare fon hostilities.
I 4. Austria has summoned her reser
vists from tho Balkan provinces.
5. Germany, through n speech by
her chancellor In tho IUchhtag haB
warned Russia that bIio will fight
side by sldo with Austria )n tho
event of a conflict.
0. Tho cholera situation at Constan
tinople, with threatened outbreaks of
tho disease among tho allied troops.
Is a strong factor for peace so far
as Turkey and tho allies aro concern
ed. 7. France, Great Ilrltlan, nnd Rus
sia aro friendly to tho allies, and
aro deslrou3 of peace, but aro com
mitted to tho proposition that tho
four stntea shall hold what they
havd conquered with tho possible
exception of tho Adriatic port for
Sorvla.
8. Another factor favoring peace
Is tho fear on Austria's part that
her Serb and Slav population will not
remain loynl In tho event of hostili
ties, and tho weakness of her claim
iiK)ii Italy's help.
PROTOCOL SIGNED
Tho peaco protocol was signed by
threo of tho allies and Turkey lato
Tuesday evening. It seems that tho
Greek delcgato did not sign nnd that
fact gives rlso to rumors of a realign
ment In which Roumanla may tako
tho placo of Greece.
Tho terms of tho cessation of
hostilities have not been divulged.
AN INTERESTING SUGGESTION
President elect Wilson is Raid to favor the postoneincnt of tho
festivities usually following the inauguration on March 4th, owing to
tho likelihood of inclement weather at that dato. His plan contem
plates simply tho President's taking tho oath on the -Itli. arrangem- i
being mndo for the festivities to occur ou and following April 30th,
tho (Into on which Washington was inaugurated.
It will be remembered that President Taft was sworn into office
in tho Senate Chamber owing to the severity of the weather. And
one President, William Henry Harrison, lost his life owing to a cold
contracted during the inaugural ceremonies. In view of these fads
tho President elect's suggestion will possibly meet with approval.
It would bo better, however, to havo the election earlier in tho
year, say in September, let tho inauguration occur about tho time of tho
election now, nnd the new Congress convene tho first week in Decem
ber or when the last session of tho old now convenes. From tho elec
tion in Novomber until tho inauguration, March 4th, is four months,
too long n time, as the country learned at the close of tho administra
tion of President Biiclmnnan, sud tho convening of the new Congress,
unless an extrn session is called, does not occur until thirteen months
after tho election.
If thvso changes could bo made, the will of tho people expressed
at tho polls would be more quickly carried out and no doubt the best
interests of the country better served.
Gain Control and Supervision
Over Your Habits
By WILLIAM H. MAXWELL. Superintendent of School of
New York City
IN THE CHILD INSTINCT PREDOMINATES) IN THE ADULT
HABIT RULES 8UPREME. UP TO A LATE PERIOD IN LIFE
WE ARE CONTINUALLY FORMING HABITS. HABITS ARK
EITHER SPONTANEOUS OR ARTIFICIAL. IF WE DO NOT
CONTROL AND 8UPERVISE OUR HABITS THEY WILL FORM THEM
SELVES SPONTANEOUSLY THROUGH THE MERE REPETITION OF
ACT8 AND EMOTIONS.
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On tho other hand, nothing 5a moro certain than that by going
systematically to work WITH SUFFICIENT WILL POWER WE
MAY ESTABLISH GOOD HABITS and even substituto good hab
its for bad ones. Arnold Bennett, tho novelist, has put this matter
better than any ono clso I know of. "Thero is not a man," ho says,
"who reads theso lines but has in this detail or that proved in himself
that tho will forcing tho brain to repeat tho samo action again and
again can MODIFY THE SHAPE OF niS CHARACTER as
a sculptor modifies tho shape of damp clay."
n A BITS UNRESTRAINED QLOW WASTEFULLY like
weeds in an untended garden or underbrush in a neglected forest.
Now, asks Mr. Bennett, if nine-tenths of a man's development is
duo to unconscious action and if tho ono-tenth conscious is tho most
satisfactory part of tho total result, why in tho nntno of common sense
honceforward should not nine-tenths instead of one-tenth bo duo to
conscious action ?
REMEMBER
When about to conclude not lo
renew fo." the paper, remember thit
3 1-3 dozen egga, 3 or 4 hens, 1-2
of a turkey, less than a day's work
and a llttlo moro than 1 bushel of
corn at present market prices, will
Bocuro It for a year aud brighten your
homo 62 times.
Can any ono afford to bo with
out Tho Citizen's cheer, Its help
fulness, Its news?
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HARRIS A. CWINQ WASHINGTON, D. C
JAMES S. SHERMAN.
The Dead Vice-President, Whose Vacant Seat Cast Qloom Over the Senate
at Its Opening
JOIN CRUSADE AGAINST MOR
ONISM
Tho International Council of Pa
triotic service Is nn organization of
women who aro devoting their entlro
energy to sokliig legislation against
Mormon evils. "For years now, very
subtly tho Mormon Church has slowly
but nevertheless surely broadened its
sphere of activity, extended tho
practice of polygamy and quietly sec
ured a hold on our political machin
ery which threatens tlio disintegration
l our nation's fundamental institu
tions." No ono in possession of the
facta will dare to dispute this state
ment of the council.
In addition to the above general
statement, tho Council publishes the
Continued on rage Five
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OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Exclusive agent for "The Foster Line
Cut Rates on Comforts and All Wool Blankets
THE FURNITURE MAN
UNITED STATES NEWS
Taft Will not Run Again Wilson to
Confer With Bryan Rayner's Suc
cess, a Republican Trial of Dyna
miters Making; Slow Progress
strike Leaders Acquitted Will
Congress Pension Ex-Presidents?
TAFT WILL NOT BE A CANDI
DATE President Taft has let It bo em
phatically known that he must not
bo expected to lead tho Republicans
in the battle four years hence.
Ho Is anxious to assist In the re
organization of the party and is out
lining plans for publicity during the
next four years looking to tho
strengthening of the forces and to
taking advantage of any mistakes of
tho Democratic party, but ho will
Jiot countenance any suggestion that
he be a candidato for tho Presidency
In 1916.
TO CONFER WITH BRYAN
President-elect Wilson has Invited
W. J. Bryan to a conference soon af
ter Mr. Wilson's return from Ber
muda. The reports that Mr. Bryan had
been invited to meet tho President
elect In Bermuda and that ho had
accepted aro declared to bo false.
Tho Wilsons aro having a delight
ful time In Bermuda and are getting
tho rest so much needed following
the strenuous lite of tho campaign
and preparatory to tho more strenu
ous lifo In Washington after March
4th.
RAYNER'S SUCCESSOR
Gov. Goldsborough of Maryland has
appointed Wm. P. Jackson, Republi
can National Committeeman to tho
United States Senate to succeed
Senator Rayner, who died two weeks
ago.
Tho Maryland Legislature Is Demo
cratic but tho Governor Is a Republi
can and Senator Jackson will servo
until Jan. 1911 when tho Legislature
Continued on page rive
IN OUBJWN STATE
Celebrates His Victory by Getting
Married -Western Kentucky Min
ers In Want New Bridge Opened
over the Ohio Trains Run into
McRoberts Noted Woman Dies
Former Govenor Taylor Marries
More About the Election.
CONGRESSMAN POWERS MARRIES
Congressman Caleb Powers of Bar
bourville, ono of tho two Republi
can Congressmen re-elected at tho
recent election, was married, tho
28th, at Newport, Ky to Miss Anna
Dorothy Kaufman of that city.
The ceremony was performed by
Judge Harry M. Hawkins nnd was
only attended by tho relatives of
Mr. Powers and Miss Kaufman. Tho
bride and groom left Immediately
for Washington.
Miss Kaufman made Mr. Powers
acquaintance while ho was in prison
In Newport during his long confine
ment, charged with tho assassina
tion of Senator Goebel.
MINERS IN WANT
Tho mine situation In Ohio County,
Is becoming serious, fourteen hund
red miners and their families being
practically at tho point of starvation
owing to the want of work which Is
said to be duo not to tho coal com
panies at all but to the fact that
tho Illinois Central Railroad does
not furnish sufficient cars to ship
tho output of tho mines. Theso miners
havo worked but two days per week
for months.
NEW BRIDGE OVER THE OHIO
The new K. and I. bridge over the
Ohio at Louisville was opened for
traffic the latter part of last week,
tho first train, loaded to Its capa
city with tho celebrating crowds,
rasstng over the structure.
Tho bridge has a length between
piers of 1,800 feet, width 70 feet,
height above low water 112 feet,
height top of span from water 225
fContlnurdon Tage Fix
NOW IS THE TIME
to see us about your Roof. Winter will be here
soon. Orders are coming in fast. The price ol
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 56.00 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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