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I uo e e e eeeo eleMNer- S i BnEREAiINCOItNUtATICUI I ISTANLEY FROST M nar o iEnltrrd IIIht odnu RENT THE CITIZENI ioooo oooo Devoted to the Interests of tiie Mountain People i unnnoooooo Vol IX Five cents n copyDElmA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 7 1007 One Dollar a year No 21 PEOPLE DOWN THE RINOl ELECT WILLSON BY BIG MAJORITYI Many Democrats Join in Rebuking MisGovernment Corruption and Election Frauds Republicans Carry Louisville Paducah Covington and Many Other Former Democratic Strongholds May Control Legislature and Elect a United States Senator The election of Augustus B Wllteon 1to bo governor of Kentucky scorns tot I x assured Tbo Democratic papora concede tlmt his majority will be about 13000 and there arc good chances that It will be larger With hIm tho Wbolo state ticket Is elected Tho victory 1 s everywhere admitted to bo due largo Iy to Democrats who have finally be come too dlsguitod with tho ring meth ods to voto for Ita candidates and have either voted for Willson or l stayed at home The Republican ticket showed groat1 strength thruout tho state Grin stead defeated Tyler tho opensaloon Democrat In ouUvllIo by about 5 000 WlllsonB majority there Is 3000 more In Paducah Covlugton and other Democratic stronghold the Re publican ticket won In Lexington the returns nhow a Democratic major itT of only about COO and this will be contested because of the frauds practiced there The majorities In ti almost all the Democratic counties were cut down Somo counties changed from Democratic to Republi can notably Madison which gave VIHson a majority of 7C In many placas there wero evidences that the Democrats wero hoping to have Mr Willson counted out and rauds were committed or tried In many places It Is fortunate that the majority seems too big to get rid of I that way In other states tho results are mixed In Cleveland Tom Johnson Democrat has defeated Burton Re publican by about 8000 tho tho city i is usually Republican Johnson has boon mayor for three terms already and has mado a good reputation Ho haa been much criticized for a susplc I ious connection with a street car coot pany that has been stealing from the city but tho people have evidently de- cIded to tako him on his general rec ordIn Cincinnati tho machine defeated by Secretary Taft two years ago came Into power again not bccauso the pco plo have regained confidence In It but because tho reformers who aro fighting It havo been too selfish to ge together and tho opposition was up Into four parts In New York tho shameful deal of the Republicans with tho Hearst men met with tho defeat It deserved I The Citizen gives tho returns for tho results In tho state as n wholo so far as they were received up to tho time we go to prTENTH DISTRICTMAJORITY nrM Rar Breathltt 212 Clark 629 Betlll 356 Floyd 350 Leo I 130 MagoftlnMonlfeo Montgomery 275I 319 PikeI 622 Powell 81Total a i93 1538 ELEVENTH DISTRICT I Adair 301- Bell 1210i 23Casey Clayi90SClinton j Cumberland 3cG Harlan 1000 LetcherdG 1056 1 Leslie 1144 Laurel 1262 Monroe 876 Owsley 907 i 1800I3 III ES I S I3EHEA X I n AUGUSTUS E WILLSON Russell 398 Whitley tSi Jackson 1499 Wayne 195 iTotal 875 17132 SUMMARY First 4984 Strand 1727 Third district 2310 Fourth district 502 Fifth district 7409 Sixth district Seventh district 1118IEighth district Ninth district c55 Tenth district 391 Eleventh district 17133- I Total UTJ3 2730G Majority 12513 LoulsvUlo Ky Nov 6S W Ha gers complete voto la tho Fifth dis Wet wars 19046 as against 27492 for Willson giving tho district W tho re publican nominee by 7840 Owen Ty Jor for mayor polled 17936 votes and James F drinstoad 22619 Qrlmstoad carrying thocity by 4053 While Ha gor an behind his associate on tho tato ticket tho difference Is not groat bytat least 6000 It doVelopoa that Christ Mueller don In tho 46th Legislative district la Louisville defeated Charles A Brock for alate representative by 24 votes Mueller will be tho only democrat In tho legislature from Louts villa and lib coat may bo contested A complete roversal of tho usual orIE WlllsoB republican candidate for governor was the situation at 11 oclock after one of the moat hoUy contested elections in the history of I KentuckyAt hour 24 of the 119 counties in Kentucky exclusive of Louisville and Jefferson county had been heard from These counties gave Samuel linger demoeratlc candidate for gov ernor a total majority of 624 over Wlllson These counties in 1903 gave nocktwn den a total majority of 4378 a republican gala at this elec vtlon of 3754 The same ratio of gain In 4ba remaining counties would tn sure Willsoaa lection fry a safe ma jority The republicans have oleo gateed a large number of eeats In the next legis lature The Indications however are that the democrats will leave a elate majority on joist ballot and that Qor Beckfeam will be elected United States senator la tie teat JegMatar the democrats had a majority of 71 on Joint ballot U la expected tot tide will be reduced to majority of aleut elXaarge BIHB berGfue rtreraRraa4 MIafCX tdagtafe sf8k lss49u t Id I 1100VleStlrflUbNcnn being Invariably the last to bo hoard from These conditions kayo boon responsi bIt for a skidoos turn of the lido at the last niompnt and the probabilities aro that complete returns and decisive ro suits If Uio race proves close will not be received before Wednesday night No dcflnlto figures as to tho contests for lieutenant governor and minor state offices aro obtainable Tuesday night Tho vote in IxJirtsvlllo and elsewhere In tho state shows that a surprising number of voters had It In for Coy Borkhain Marion county although giving over 100 for Judge linger elect cd a republican representatives for the first time In Its history McLean coun ty gave a majority of 80 for linger but TcproscntaUveIwas that Napier Adams republican noml nee for clerk of tho court of appeals who was said to bo BO unpopular In Mm home Pulaski county that he would Injure the republican ticket throughout the Eleventh district ran shard of hU ticket In that county riOOEVELTS CHOICE Betted By Mayor TomRepublicans- Win Back State Clpltal Columbus 0 Nov 6 Standing out ppmlcently amid the hurlyburly of the mixed municipal election returns from the cities and villages of Ohio are two Important results Congress man Theodore Burton has talked In oils bold dash for the throno of power in Northern Ohio and the organiza lion that followed the leadertfclp of George B Cox In the southern rotten of tho Mate has been restored to post of advantage which it lost two years ago- Mayor Tom U Johnson huts caroled Cleveland for the fourth time and has raised over the metropolis the banner of a fixed Democratic stronghold That Is the third great result of the Atv of contention at the polls Henceforth the victor must be reckoned as prac tically Invincible having defeated the admittedly strongest candidate of the republican party even when backed by President Roosevelt Sxretary of War William H Taft and tho gigantic business Interests of tho greatest city In tho state From Toledo comes another impressive message Chairman Walter F Drown of the republican state central committee and dictator In the county of Lucas and the Ninth congressional district Outs bjen once again defeated That his leadership line been given a tremendous blow Is fairly accepted in political circles His great victory In tho defeat of former Congressman James H Southard for the control of the party organization is hollow and bitter now Next to Mayor Johnsons the per Banal star of Brand Whitlock Is hIgh- est In ka ascendency The dreamer as they called him In derision not only increased the majority given htm two years ago but ite carried with him 4o victory theeatire Independent ticket defeating all other candidates Elsewhere in the state there was a different ending to the contests waked with Oho lid as the calef feature In the main It can bn aald tint the liberate made greater headway than was expected the day before jfotton This Important matter of sumptuary regulation was tonemOt In this city in Dayton Springfield Canton Marl etta Zanesvallo and in Manafleld to say nothing of the smaller places In the capital city Where the solo issue was the enforcement of the Sunday laws against the saloons the vote was decisively ln favor of u open town policy There can be no confusion or clouding of this verdict The contest WM the bitterest ever fought in the capital and the recruit was Just aa decisive The democratic withered and went to be oppoeHlon1JheGeMlHBfl be eltyr heretofore democratic left thelrjollUcal moonlBca and went Continued on lut page 1- L i AFTER THE FIGHT IThe corrupt ring which for several years has stolen the name of Democracy has found that it cannot fool the majority of the people all the time and hasgone down welldeserved defeat The best men of the Democratic party have joined with the Republicans and have overthrown the machine The attempt of the ring candidates to ride two horses temperance and liquor has failed and they have fallen into the mud The sins of the men who worked for themselves and not for the people that trusted them have been found out and the wrath of the people they betrayed has fallen on them Their defeat is disgrace and they cannot claim the honor which goes with an honest fight well fought and lost The credit of this victory is not dub to any man or to the party Willson made a fine campaign Bradley and a dozen others helped Roosevelt who has been drawing all the best men of the nation into the Republican party helped too But the Republicans have also i made mistakes The attack on the ring was too Slow in startingthe leaders were afraid to appeal to the people I on a moral issue The campaign was not well managed the State committee did not see that the organization was good proper efforts were not made to stop fraud all in all the party did not win It is the people that has punished the sins ofthe ring And so the Republcans are in power It seems at this writing as if they would control the legislature as realchauceforlreRepublicans they have never been before On the results of the next few years will depend whether the Republican party will be one to which Kentucky will turn for good government and honesty or whether it will be a thing whichshe will fear corruptionThe stock of the things which have put them in office and of the things they must do to keep themselves there They must remember now and so long as they are in office that they were elected by the help of thous andsof the best of the Democrats ando are not to peoPleTheythe people of this state want good government honest officials and fair elections They must remember that the office they hold is more a duty than an honor more for service than for profit and more a trust than a dis tinction The people the whole people have elected them to redeem this state from the mess ofcorruption and filth into which it has fallen and on their doing this on their fulfilling the trust which the people have partyinAndaboveall those of the party who are embit tered by the wrongs which it has suffered in stolen elec theyhavetion and that they must not attempt to use the power which has been put into their hands to keep themselves in office by stolen votes The people will rise against such acts by whomever they are committedand the surest way to defeat the Republican party in state is to try to rule as the Democratic party has ruledand not to trust to good government to keep the votes that were cast for it at this election It is fortunate that the party has named suchmen as it has for the state offices They are all wen who will realize their duty and who have the courage and the ability to do it and to do it well The Citizen has no doubt that they will fulfill their trust that theywill give the state a better government than it has ever had before that they will remember the Democrats without whose help they could never have been elected and that they will serve the people in sucha way that there will never be any danger getbackthe Republican party and all Kentuckians on the first of a long series of Republican victories bringing good officials good government and good times to us all THINGS TO THINK OF There la nothing so kingly as kind I nest There Is nothing so royal an truth ISJnce Cumberland Cap was given a cleaning in the spring there has been no sickness In the corporate limits of eke nature that could be put at the door Bhouldlbeginhas proven a healthful tonic to us daring the past summer Cumberland Oap News IBe who would be wise must dally eamvals wUdomrDr D Starr Jon ldaJ1 I fc FFICE KY S oeoo uw a noo rosoA 1 The Citizen Is Growing Rap c 2 idly Let Your Business o i Keep Pace With it Dy Adver ot8 Usingo i i r t l t t x After man In his savage way h done his damage he sees his mleta and tries to repair it A movement 8 on foot to restore tho forests at the headwaters of the Ohio which have been destroyed by greedy lumbermen and wasteful settlers to the great In- Jury of a vast section of country treads millions of people Two million are to be planted during the next year and still more In subsequent seasons It Is hoped thus to check or minimize the destructive floods which have so injured he Ohio valley and thous the projectors are on tho right trac It win take a long time to restore t magnificent forests that natu planted In this region It is well how ever to plant as many trees as pos sable American Farmer No life is fruitful without frost NEWS OFTHE WEEK Financial Trouble Not Over Utes r Still Want Fight Landslide Wipes Out Town The financial situation In this country has continued to get better but there is still danger that there willrbo serious trouble Several things have beep suggested as curer and there Is a movement to havo tho Pres ident call a special session of Con gross to pass laws which will relieve the banks but this is not expected to happen It is believed that the spec ulators who caused the recent panic by their operations with banks will not try the same tricks soon again be caused of tho opposition they aroused but it Is feared that when the trouble has blown over they will be back at the same work For this reason it Is expected that tho associations of banks will make rules which will make speculation by bankers much more difficult so that there will bo less chance for profit by such men Tho fart that many of the biggest business concerns In the country havevbeen sued by the government has had something to do with the panic because people have not known which concern was safe and the President has been blamed by some men for al lowing the suits The better business men however know that he Yetnot responsible for the trouble but t 1 f tho men who broke the laws and tiiu J made such suits necessary are really Jo the men to be condemned The danger of trouble with tho Ute Indians in the west grew greater and J there were grave fears that there would be a fight soon An army office-r who was sent out there reported that the Indians had not been well treated and It Is probable that some 1ii thing will bo done which will 1 them Navajo Indians also thettrouble a small band taking to woods as desperadoes They wbrn chased by troops and three of themt killed In a battle Nine others were taken captive Raymond Hitchcock a well known actor who was accused of several serI- ous crimes disappeared from New York His enemies Say that he feared the trial but his friends say that hn was Innocent and has been killed A strike of 100000 employes of tho 1trailroads In England Is almost certain to be called within a few weeks anTi It will probably stop all business in that country and If It lasts long It is likely to make the prices ot food go up and many people may almost n starve to death for England does not i ralso enough to live on and has to have great quantities shipped In and iirailroadsIt was beloved In New York that tho big sailing ship Arthur Sewall which has not been heard of for months and which sailed for the Phil i llpplnes with coal for the American fleet there has been wrecked near the t southern end of South America and I that her crew had been eaten by tho cannibal savages who live in that part of the country t A trust to control tho business ofrmaking and selling crackers was i t formed in Baltimore It was atlrangedtthat xho new company could havoI330000000 capital If it wanted it eo that It could buy up all the smaller cracker manufacturers but only 30 t 000000 of the capital stock has been t 1 sold so far I r asThe crow of a Russian torpedo boat keat Vladivostok became dissatisfied andr J rebelled They threw out cers and started away with thelrornI r i Other boats and the torts lbor shot at them and there II fight In the harbor Several men fr I were killed It was reported that E II Harriman had bought the Georgia Central rail tl road and would make It part of the 1 Illinois CentralLt iThothe men have lost Many of them are 1 going back to work when they can get t their places bask The strike was pun t- t Coal on Sixth ageItl 1 Y J I I F 0 i BYY1R17Il1R JI5EY d rli4tar a J 4 CHAPTER X Continued Looked at iu this manner tho ghast ly portent was vividly suggested The nostrils of tho two heads together formed the eyes of the deathmask Uia mustache of the father made the eyebrows and tho brow and the eyes of the boy prince formed tho nose and mouth And moro horrible than the deathmask Itself was a wound In the temple from which flowed a streak of bloodThis wound I asked shuddering is It merely a coincidence Tim look of ngony tho staring eyesIs that meant to be a menace a threat of a violent death Can you doubt IU demanded Locke replacing the envelope carefully in his pocketbook That death mask Is regarded by a largo portion at Ferdinands dissatisfied subjects as a heavenly sign That little stamp I venture to say Is a deathknell for Ferdinand It Introduces into Bul garlan politics an awful and solemn noteA heavenly sign T I asked shud dering again But ho still lives rYes at present he Is In Paris I suppose he is safe there But when he returns to his capital at Sofia And the womanthis Countess Sarahoff is she one of tho revolution aries who regard that stamp as a heavenly slgnT You told me that she was supposed to be the friend of Prince Ferdinand- I did But Is shot She Is a wom an of mystery Is she really in earn est In seeking to entrap Sir Mortimer Into Influencing England to stand behind Bulgaria In her Invasion of Turk ish Macedonia Is she Ignorant of the existence or at least tho significance of this stamp Or posing as a friend ot Ferdinand having ready access to him at any hour will hers be the dag ger plunged Into his breast at tho fatal hour Perhaps Sir Mortimer is not the guileless victim wo think him to be Perhaps tho kings messenger does not have two sets of dispatches to bo presented at his discretion Perhaps this deathmask Is a ghastly ac cadent and not a menace Perhaps Countess Sarahoff alias Sophie de Varnler la a lamb of innocence Per haps But my dear chap dont trust that perhaps Locko rose and pulled on his gloves I stared at him in sudden comprehen sion I understand now You had more than ono object in coming to see me soberlyIdown at me in deep thought e In America the game of politics Is a fair game and above board We show our cards they are on the table for all the world to see Tho very frankness of our methods puzzles the diplomats of Europe Hero In Europe things are managed dlffcVently There are wheels within wheels No pawns too Insignificant to bo made use of This pawn may be a slmplo citizenV even a tourist I shook tho hand he hold toward me and retained It bewildered But that Is absurd on the faco of It In what possible way could I be of use to this Countess Sarahoff Locke shrugged his shoulders care lessly and blew a ring of smoke with precision at the chandelier Nothing Is quite absurd he returned calmly Two days ago I read of an unfortunate accident of a fel lowcountryman and an old college ac quaintance Today I am surprised to find this countryman of mine on ex collent terms with a woman whom I have every reason to believe Is a dan gerous adventuress I como to see my feiltiw countryman to offer him my sympathy I remain to warn him But why I demanded still skep tical There are three facts that should make you think Haddon First ot all you have matte tho acquaintance of the mother and the sister of Sir Mortimer Brett Secondly Countess Rarahoff has made your acquaintance ThlrdlyiTOontradlct me if I am wrong Bho has already Interested you moro than that I venture to say that you have made an appointment with herHo looked at me keenly I was silent These my dear Haddon are slur pro facts Perhaps there Is no rela ton between them AgalnI say per But dont let the mysteriou- sInach1ncrot Intrigue catch you in Its meshes Its wheels may crush you You have had enough trouble and look out tat Countess arahoff I shall try to remember your ad Vice 1 said struggling to control my expltcrndnt ana placed his visiting IUd in my pocket Yes I shall see you again before I leavuI uccrnp HOb suit yourself about that said Locked coldly 1 Not until aforwardrg djfl It occurto pie that 1bacl treated hUn rather oppEal l lr vV X CHAPTER XI Ir 1 b CcjntessSaffaTioff Gives anjuvltatlor I tlftor Locke baq WJ trio lost In thouelrt JI t A life for a life Helena bad said But Is not honor sometimes dearer than life itself At least the honor of a loved brother That I could exert any influence over the mind and actions of a man as famous In affairs u Sir Mortimer Brett was absurd Even had that been possible Helena would have been tho last to intrust his honor in my hands And yet as Locke had said what If I were a pawn lathe tame of Countess Sarahoff Then why not be aa intelligent pawn to bo moved If you will carelessly here and there in the same of intrigue but to be moved with my eyes open No pawn is too Inslgnlficent to bo made use of those were Lockes words He had believed that sho would attempt to make uso of me Heaven grant It I thought with a thrill of hope We should then see what we should see Yes I would look out for Countess Sarahotf But scarcely In the manner Locke had IUggestedIcame from her as I bad felt confident It would A cousin was with her they were to leave Lucerne that evening en route to a little village in the Bernese Alps where she had taken a chateau for the summer She would DInner be charmed If I would dine with them In her apartment at the Hotel Na tlonalc And would I pardon the absurd hour of 6307 I was to come In my morning clothes since neither she nor her cousin to dress- I accepted the Invitation with alacrity That meant privacy a cer tain intimacy A cousin was to be there it was true But the presence of the cousin was of course a sop carelessly thrown at Mrs Grundy The cousin had not arrived when I presented myself that evening I struggled against a sense of shame I was accepting her hospitality and 1 had coma to spy her But I reassured myself with the conviction that It was to be a game of Utfortat Tho apartment do luxo into which I was ushered was dimly lighted and the air was heavy with tho perfume of flowers In the center of the room the whltedamask and silver of a tablo set for dinner gleamed under the soft light of candles In somo vague way this room one of a hundred others In the hotel had lost something of Us stilt formalism It had charm Charml That was tho word that best de scribed this mystetioua woman Well I must steel myself against that charm She had bpon iKuttful tho evening before this evening she was radiant Her eyes burned with afire that at once orld and orbited She wets the incarnation ot what one calls the joy of Novas for an Instant shestillwas Now it was gUnco critically the admirably set fievprlresenuyaid grew back the heavy brocade hanging looking atiao aver hershcml fler Why does ray cousin not cotrieT 6no demanded potoiantly At 11 to nlcbtwe Vltznau by thQ boat 4I mu TaOl SHJVti Jril tip r Before the birds awake tomorrow we must be ortup up up the mountains to my chateau It will break my heart It we are delayed Your chateau has great attraction for you I said smiling She came toward mo Impulsively her bands clasped Oh you would like my chateau monsieur It Is strong and rugged and so high that to see Its towers through the branches of the pine trees as you climb the hillside It seems a dream a fantasy And below very far below there Is the noisy little river that rushes around its bate and an adorable village that crouches close to It for protection And within there are great shadowy rooms with gleaming bare floors and tapestries Oh yes and there Is my beloved piano When the thunder rolls terribly over tho lonely mountains and the storm beats against the curtained windows and the fire of huge logs In the hearth does not reach the somber corners oh It Is then that I live I am In spired In the night tho passionate soul of Chopin speaks to me And In the morning when tho sun is shining again and the little river is gay and turbulent there aro my flowers and my books and my poor And there Is peace My cause Is a Castle of Indolence and it Is a Castle of Happiness That Is the oastlo we are all look- Ing for I said wistfully She moved restlessly to the piano She struck the opening chords of that prelude of Chopin which is at once a suggestion of a funoral march and a procession In a cathedral I watched her fascinated though I had sworn I would not bo fascinated by her Sho stopped abruptly in tho midst of a phrase Her whlto arms dropped to her lap She looked over toward me Then she leaned her elbows on the keys she nodded to mo half In entreaty half In command I stood opposite her leaning toward her across tho piano But sometimes I am lonely In my The at the Hotel Nationals expected on to ut to chateau she said In 1a low voice Come with Dr Starva and myself Do our guest Mr Haddon I started A man I I bad not count ed on that I had known this was to be an evening of surprises I had schooled myself to meet them without wonder But this Invitation so strange ly and so unexpectedly given 9om pletely nstonfahed me Who was this convenient cousin this Dr Starva Tho chanco I lad expected bad come To accept such an Invitation as a matter of course however would bo too absurd You gigo Invitations to all the world I asked ungraciously N v monsieur only to those who In tcrest etc and whoA Aro of use to you 1 I asked Indis creetly She looked aC me with cool Jevel 1 iAbsoluraeattrAnd f of use to Hadae de She smiled mysteriously shaking her head That Is a secret I detests secrets I said Irritably But if the secret were a condi tlon Then I should probably I do not accept invitations when jjhere arr conditions attached to thorn Then 1ft say that It Is becajjie I like you T I should not t1- aiThen perhaps 61imsorry tofyiYou are unhappy take auto my chateau to flnd happiness j Varnleltpkhaatop endtothatou ask duo an utteratTd otinv- tsrt your chateau Do yotr romffmVcr my story of yesterday Arn I to think do you wish mo to think r l4i1I list lips were trembling net JNK cto smileda smile mysterious trtjU pitifulMonsieur I am not a elute fltle I am a woman of tho world Fate hat called to me I must follow I must meet my destiny sometimes I must walk ta the dark places Tbo world your world let it think what It will Bb It Is not my concern what It thinks ot me Perhaps last night this morning I wished you to fall In love with me Perhaps now I am asking you to give mo a little respect a very little monsieur But what does II matterI at this strange woman la astonishment It was a curious plea Petbaps she had wished to make mi fall In love with her Sho made the frank confession with a chlldlal nalvcto And In tho same breath she asked for my respect You speak In riddles I reclaimed petulantly Tell me your purpose She looked up at mo swiftly half la defiance Tell mo yours My purpose I cried T have noneA moment she scanned my tans keenly Apparently sho was satisfied that I spoke tho truth But that she should have oven a glimmer of a suspicion was startling Look my friend I speak no more in riddles but very frankly Como tc my chateau because there you can dc mo a service n groat service Voile I have told you ovorythlng Not quite everything I replied quietly You have not told ra j for instance the nature of tho service that you ask of the first stranger you meetWhen you are my guest I shall tell you the promised ably Sho plunged Into a stormy mazurka to drown my protestations I wMcbcd her Irritated and yet halt yielding at she played with tho brilliancy and elan of a virtuoso Then I walked to the window To reach It I passed a pierglass paneled fn the wall A mans face was dimly reflected there Though I did not look I linew that be must be standing behind a door leading Into another apartment Ho bad been lis toning of course I did not betray my surprise I stepped out on the balcony looklni down on the street below This Incident banished my last shred of reluctance These don turers spied on me It was equally fall that I play tholr game Yes I doter mined to meet them with their own weaponsThe reached a stormy climax Thero was silence I did not go back Into the room I waited curiously Would she again Insist If so I doter mined to no longer refute The heavy curtains at the window were parted She stood beside ms Again I noticed the feverish light It her eyes her iosom rose end tall tumultuously her color came and wentThen you have no liking for an ad venture sho demanded In a tJflrM of desperate gayctr Even when Lava adventure Is to bo erred with a wore anyes a beautiful toman T Not when advonMris are thrust oe mo I replied coldly Her emotion repelled mo Ah you persist in tJCag ungra cious Then say this adventure bring happiness for yourself I should require proof of that She saw that I was not to M wot over by coquetry She became seri ous almost anxious Instinctively I felt that she was shout to play bet last card Had ebo known It I waial ready decided But aho rns Ignorant of that and risked ovorythfcx to golf herpurposeYou sot yourself a task What If I can help you fulfill Itr Again you speak In rlddlf madamIf said I wore listening lalll- nlghU I frowned on her furious but I aW not answer She felt no shame In making tilts confession One hand rested on athip with the other she snapped flngti andthumbMy monsieur you are not at tractlvo when you look like that Eros I have heard the English proverb Alt is fafr In love and In war And since this Is not love you wish me to Infer that It Is war And yes ask the enemy deliberately Into tars campIt Is neither lovo nor war It la i truce Does that satisfy you Until you tell mo the service I ta to do you it must bo an armed truce- I interposed cautiously I emphasized the adjective Bionl At Altorhoffon you shell know all Theo It will be for you U decIde it we are to bo allies Vrtry well I assented briskly twill go to your chateau WIth ycr When doweatsrt1 Now that I hall made my decision ahe grasped the ralllag of the balcony exhausted Presently I noticed that liar Ups were moving and allllooked at liar In wonder T saw her furUvelr make jhqsign ofPio jfOJ8WJ1eo ehf spoke oganJlt was languidly as will aQ etrwt r Starva and myself are tp gato- night tcTVltznau a I lttotown oaLak4 lucerne aa ourqfytfc w here Tomorrow tnanlpg atfbe daWH wl drlrocq dlilgert4a to Alterhpffen IsJt Mccsjwry that L go to Vita paua7 J Vesf she sra hoeitatingfy avert log her cyssvTht Lucc di a 1L r luggapfgje p 1mJi r1 e h UrL p I 4To BBtONTWURU aj1T Ho may hove for the beat teaif ci pared for the wwt- t BEFORE THE KINO OF KINGS Pious Man Could Not Suffer Inttrrup tlon to Playr A pious man was engaged tn prayer while traveling on tho highway Ono of tho nobles ot tho land who know him was passing by and saluted him but the pious man did not mind the salutation and continued his prayer Tho nobleman became voiod and with a great effort ho waited till the man had finished his prayers whereupon he in an excited manner said to him Thou art a stupid follow for thou hast sinned against thine own lawIwhich commands man to take life But thou liftS just risked thy life unnecessarily Why did you not re spond to my salutation It I had split your head open with my sword who could have called me to account Sir I pray suppress your wrath I hope to quiet you It you will allow mo only a tow words In reply Think for Instance that whllo you were standing In conversation with your king a friend In passing by saluted you Should you like to be Interrupt ed In your conversation with the king In order lo answer that Salutation Woe unto mo If 1 were to do so Now I pray dear sir consider only tho respect you thus pay to man A mortal man who Is hero today and tomorrow Iu the grave while I my self who stood facing the King of Kings the Immortal King what should I Imvo donor The nobleman assuaged his wrath and tile plow mnn continued his journey In peace Students Practical Test You wont got fat on crackers and milkFour days dieting under direction of tho medical department ot the Unl varsity ot Minnesota has reduced the weight ot five men engaged In tbo ex periment from onequarter of a pound to three and onehalf pound The sophomore medical class In physiolo gy was given practice In tho dstormln ntlon of food values by haying some of their number detailed as a food test squad Tho men were given three meals each day each meal consisting of about three and onehalf ounces of crackers onehalf ounce of butter and ono and twofifth pints of milk The comparatively great loss of weight of soma of the men all of whom started In In tho boat physical condition Is bellowed to havo demon strated that the roatrlotlona ptaeed upon them wound kill the ordinary roan In a short lima MMta were served at regular hours and all the food given was the bOlt to be had of Its kind Nono of the son ate any think outside of what mi served up by the modloal department Mtnite apolla Journal A Caddy Joke James Anderson ef tho Soottlab American Golf club smiled at a poor player on tho Van Courtlandt Park links In Now York He reminds me of a chap 1 used to know said Mr Anderson Thlstfsbap played so badly that oven hU caddie made a butt of him He get a ball badly hunkered one day andldo what ho would he couldnt get again Whack whack whack he wont miss Ing it ovory time After half an hours work ho wiped his wet faco with his handkerchief and turned despairing ly to the caddy hang If ho said I havo tried all my clubs on this confounded ball What on earth am I to do now The caddy laughed hantfcly Glvo it a swat with yor bag ho said An Everyday Word The things some people do not know are astonishing observed tho pedant To every man ypu meet tho word penknife is funiyar yet plenty of them would glvo it up you asked them how tho name originated Tho odd part is that they never atop to wonder Of course readers know that not so long ago before steel pops were In general use tho clerks Instrument was a quill Sharpening ono end of this was all that was necessary to make a pen and every man was his own penmaker and small knives were kept for this purpose Yes of course you knew all this before but thero are a good many folks who do not Force or a Cyclone Careful estimate ot force of a cy clone and tho energy required to keep a hurricane In active oporatjn reveals the presence of a power that makes the mightiest efforts pt a man appear as nothing In conipariiqd A force equal to more than 4OOOQaborae- tpower was estimated as a West Indian cyclone This greatly exceeds the power that cptild be developed by all rthe canl thtn tb4f range of mans cRpaflltics Wcrp steam Water wludmills and the strength octal afIodahaals qaJ timed they could w t PPrtJar thin tremenut fprce of ate mighty power 04 r d Revtvlnil Itn AnclentGaamE- One i of tbo rcccat toyfviU l pthe ancient garao uf bowls which of 1114nKtllflI01amOfjtlc As jrigt ea good l g 1fIitifQP sf It waIJI thtqUiaoI o Ihe CmD SRfUp1hJ1 i nPilIC1I tito wo hdvqreuthLEltitlpraledfor- lhtkJncal IIC cres- tltfiteYdetat 1U1yYjbo STRONQ FOR TEMPERANCE Catholic Society Adopts Strong Reio lutlona Against Drink Evils1 Tho Catholic Total Abstlncmco union hold In Cleveland a convention that brought together 400 delegates who manlfoatcd tho strongest tokens of militant earnestness In the cause of temperance Tho resolution adopted by tho convention were of tho most virile and ponltlvo tenor and In racylvoral places designedly phrased to re buke practices which the majority Catholic laymen and priests otIThe convention said Wo Insist public duty Is a part ol every Chris thaws duty Ho who maintains n thief In offloo Is a thief and bo whojupholds by his ballot drunkenness licentiousness Is a sharer of both Catholic In their social ns well ns their political life must bo shining ex ample ot temperance Some socalled Catholic clubs have helped to hurry men to drunkards graves Catholic foctaUloa and oven church basnars by advertising liquor dealers on their programs have made decent Catholics hold down their beads In shame When withsobrietyafter Christian virtue then win tho kingdom of God cone quickly No man can promote the interests of that mastersitStill more remarkable than these strong words was the resolution adopt od Indorsing the AntiSaloon league which has of course been by form of circumstances not by Intentional ex cluslvonesa largely a Protestant organization This resolution read as follows Our blessed Matter rebuked his apostles beoatuo they complained of the Rood done by those who were not with them Tho Lord said lie that la not against us Is with us Wo must obey Christ and work with all tlrcmo who verve the cause of Christ Therefore do we concraltilAta tho IIAntiSaloon league for Iu many splen did triumphs over tho rum tower J Stringent Regulations Among the riles aid romkuion ot- a promlHOflt Aworloon dreg firm are the following honesty tompornco courtesy en argjr cleanliness and nuns Ideas are exported of eaeh otnployo 4aoat notice Title only olle of many Indication showing how buiinaes mon regard the liquor menace aa touching flluobt1INrotheir abstaining aid nonabsUlotng om ployos and to doal acconllnBly to tbo general disadvantage of the latter Not Lady Someneta Idea A correspondent writes ua that the late Dr Sarah J A Drown an American woman and not Lady Somerset was the pioneer who first proposed tho establishment ot Industrial homes for Inebriate women She suggested tin Idea ot Uio Duxhurst homo which wad afterwards carried out by lady Somer sot Dr Brown established C 110394 Urnmblo hall an Inebriate womansfhomo In HMex Kuglnnd the first institution of the kind was a most gifted woman an idyocate Obristlau and an ardent 111J Opium Dens Closed All of tile opium dons of bavo been closed on the rccfcnt law to suppress lug of tho drug Opium is SbanhIIlJbeing openly sold In defiance Imperial edict and is being retly It has been suggested that local authorities have been guilty accepting money to allow the pale atIcontinue despite tho Imperial and a commission will be appointed put a stop to nil of theso provided It Is possible to dp IJraoUcee Evil Active At a meeting of tho Gideon a tellrt Itrllyollngspecified time he had 500 InvltMloan toRambletJliIIlt the Christian or the ttivldi ling + Lt J r Reform Movement In Alabamlas y Alabama saloons will IIdcpcndlnP c a at the- next I session of the leBlslnture Pro plblton of tho liquor traltlo is no c In AlabamaIAn UptoC te Temperance A movchienl has rckiillyvboen fltnrted Iy interested rbforwciV Mtt3G Louts Mo to cbtpWiabt cotleohOyparj in the city to take tho place of lo Rfx uplloron 1fUVW i rpvlded or passing clip Uml W i A qi1JI t v9r Temperate Employe uvftThcronro iOOOO eniipyesotjjj v Clcas a J fitotalablltllnaT4eit re Ul nvt= 1 r t I I il 1 40 t tJ buying Olivo Oil it pays to gt1w host I Italian Olive OilThat is Pure t 4r4 You need be troubled by no clunhnsti I of doubt regarding the Olive Oil that 4ttcsell Yap tan crime to this store I with every assurance tint you will on a ly be offered the purest and the best + This is important in view of the 1 I many adulterations of Olive Oil on i f 1thea market food tonic and medicine there 4I i few preparations for many cases of illness and exhaustion that ap proach Pure Olive OIL Halfpint bottle 250 Plot bottle soc 1 o 1 The Porter Drug Co 4IaararoRATo j4 osooeoaoeoYOeooeoeoeoooeoooioooeoeoeceoegooeolosortBerea C G j co c d GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES oe eoer+ enaeenneosamavasnea- Dr Preston Oontelhi ycrfofmeU major Bf ratton Monday Ml the the year ok boy of Mr Kntrotte X VMI Winkle The operation which was tar- a eriow hernia eras swet saoaeMftil awl the boy te doing well He hM ben a sufferer Prow this trouble from hie birth Miss Ida Kindred end DUlard Orif flth were married a werh ago Muadajr in Richmond and are living orsr I Haoeoaw tome Many congratulations an intruded to theta I J Mrs W C Gamble wife of the lie reur of the onlhw rtturn d Wed nrmlay from an xtmtrd trip north largely for her health Mr Gamble went U Cincinnati to m et her About four hundNd people atteodnl i the bait1lns of thce coawrted at the ream revival at the colored bap tlntoharrh last San4 y The CMMOO njr took place at the silver Creek bridge un the Richmond pike and i olaliteeti pereons were Immersed The Ian Mr Maker condoMed the eaten l t11s 1 t TIM Cltlion wtehea to call the atten lion ol the ladlea of Iterm and vfatnI Hj tide week to the nw tho price reports It gives a list of thoeo arUolos of country produce most bought hy tho stores In town and the prate being paid for thorn U door not promlso of ooureo that thoeo prltos will be the samo thruout tho week I bit only tells what they were on the day before publication As thoro Is I tOJdoytrack of tho prices will be most profitable and for tho wo men who buy to find what Is a fair price Tho list will be published over rt + week I W A Row let has bought n fine alto from D P Ambroso and on Fountain St and will begin fson soon I second entertainment of the Lyceum Course will bo given in College Chapel next Saturday night at 7 oclock Mrs A A V Johnston gives her very popular lecture on Nor I i1way and the Midnight Sun TIIII lec We has been enjoyed by many differ ont audiences and has never tailed tot please Single Admission Adults 35 cents Children 20 cents t IIOF Hanson was In Cincinnati last k on business I Is It Your Own Hair Do you pin your hat to your own hair Cant do It I Havent enough hair It must be you do not know Hair Vigor 1 Heres an IntroI r duction I May the acquaint ance result In I heavy IrowthI ofrich thick flossyhairl And fIC know youll neverbe gray I think thttirtriHilr Vlnrtlbmostwondtrful hewer hu WM ter hlldl I HIT need U for soma time and I on troth fully iir that I urn 11 plmod with It I chMrfnllr rrntmnirnit It ratio HIM Y BKOCK WyaudMIch ni or t aMae ky JO Am 00 LoU 11MIAlt B W uh111N r leTS Q- J IAIIAPAIILU rely PlCJ8Il1r L to eeenenooeoeoeeoosoeoeoeoeoeMtr Joldng oar the arrtml of a tjn boy ookIHnyw spent Mr hays rtaat Widta Will Ofg moved kM family to Uwlr host la the ooautrylMt week lied Btngbam wu in town laltl1ItMin Chvpstt left Tuesday for a weeks etay with her huiUtnd wbo tit In Chicago studying medlciue Mrs iMtm Gabbard and children areat Sunday with Mr and 3trs Jee Baker Frank Uarolta with his wife and n Itarty from Welllncjton 0 were In- duwu K few day last week They were traveling In an automobile to the South where they will attend the winter Will Duncan and Edftwr Wyatt were In town n few dl1I last week S1rn Kate Cook of Whltowator Ian1 s visiting WIth relatives here Chester Treadway teas a roller IN kIlot of B P Ambrose nnd son last week The lot Is situated on tho now street opened up and running south from Prospect strcot John Anderson has recently moved Into tho now property of Miss Kato IItllCtI of K vnrts ICy wero the guests ot Wright weokI Margaret Wallace ntcndcd tho wqddlng of Miss Sopers nlcco Miss Cora Ward to Ernest West at Lancaster Tuesday Mr nnd Mrs James Early wore In Richmond Monday Mrs Ktdd ot Wallaccton was tho guest ot her son Mr Floyd KIdd of weekICreech of Harlin are visiting W H Creech at Carters vlllo Mrs A P Settle who Clad her arm broken a short time ago is able to be out again and will soon resume her work at dressmaking over Mr Moyos store Mrs McFerron of Plnevlllo is vis iting with her children hero In school Lillian Howard of Combs Ky Is the guest of Dr and Mrs Wm Best Mr and Mrs J W Johnson and twc children wero tho guests of J O Harrison Monday and Tuesday NEW BANK BUILDING The Berea National Bank of which S E Welch is president and John L Gay cashier has bought tho property next to Welchs stores formerly owned by the Lester estate and will put up aflno new building Construction work In expected to begin early In the spring and thq building will ba one of the finest in town It will be es peel ally equipped for carrrylng on a banking business with fire proof vaults tine safes and all the other safeguards necessary to protect the funds of tho bank and make the depositors sate against loss thru fire or theft Hard times have evidently not hit flares yet and The Citizen con gratulates the town on the new addl ttea it will have and the men who are Vble and enterprising enough to Wild it ecSeoedaoieeoeoeoedeoeoaoe4 eoI College Items 1 G eo 0 HHRR AND THERE o- osneneoeneoeoenenenensno e o 0 President Frost left town yesterday noon for tho Pall nnd wii go nl moat direct to tile east whero ho will thsItills term Ho will go to Boston whore ho will Join Mrs Frost Both have boon greatly worried for tho last few days by tho Illness of their daugh ter Edith who line been at tho Misers lilys sellout at Greenwich Conn and aIIMrs A A P Johnston of Obcrlln who Is to deliver the Lyceum lee turo hero Saturday night arrived Tuesday noon accompanied by liar sister Mrs Woodworth They are the guests of Proto and Mrs Ilalno Wed iiosday night a company of tho Obor lln people gave a dinner In their honor at the presidents house Those pros out wore Prof and Mrs imams Prof and Mrs Marsh Mlles Iloblnson Prof and Mrs Rigby Dr Bond Muss Ray mond Dr and Ira Cowley and Mr and Mrs Stanley Prost Several short aud pleasant specchw were made and nil reported a delightful time Prof Dtnsmore left town TiiosUay for an extended trip thru Tennetweo and West Virginia He will be gone till nearly Christine Several of the student went home to vote Tuesday Tho duettton for UM annual debate between Alpha Zeta and Phi Delta Ill ovary soeMlM te ResolveU that a progreMtve Inheritance tax should be levied by the Federal government CoMUtutlolMllty conceded Phi Delta chore thft negative of the question Haltowbn was celebrated by all the school each department laving a w cUl which semrd to be enjoyed by alt This was an exceptional Hal loween in Berea an nothing was torn up or damaged by the lays James U Loath of Hyden Ky has obtained a State certificate with the following grades Spelling 100 Read lag 96 Writing M Arithmetic 85 English Orammar M Composition 95 Geography 100 History 1W ITiyslol ogy N Civil Government 100 Theory and Practice 100 Algehra 80 Literature 100 general average 95 4U This eentflcate Is good for eight year NEW FIRE DEPARTMENT rho college fire deportment hM been reorganised under the manage ment of Howard Hudson pad as It is expected to furnish protection for the town KB woll as tho college buildings tho citizens will be Interested In the new nrrnngamonts The flro cabinet consists of Hudson Lewis and McLa ren Howard Hudson is fire chief with Carl Kirk as assistant The rap lAin of tho hoso cart division Is K Hoffman tho lieutenant In charge of the first hose being P 0 Clark add of tho second Mccsc Pelmy IsCap thin of the ladder men with L Frost lieutenant at Lincoln Hall and Nick ell at Howard Hall Boodle Thomp son Is captain of the men with flro ex tinguishers and they arc ns follows DOOM Cottage May Chapel Morton Lincoln Hall Barlow Howard Hall Wheeler Hospital McGulnn Music Hall Stlckncy Ladles Hall Logan Prospect Cottage Early Industrial buildings W Johnson Science Hall Lampo Williams Cottage Haldane Library Combs presidents house Ross Rustic Cottage Kelly Whltt Boggs Is captain of the ax brigade with Jewell Main as llouteu nnt The fire signals follow The numbers are indicated by slow taps of tho bell after the general alarm hits been sounded and will bo followed at ter they have beep tapped off by rap IdringingNo Buildings on the main cam pusNo 3 Houses on tho Richmond Plkojind Mt Vernon Street including the college barns tho Industrial buildings the hospital etc No 4Houses on the Big Hill and Scaffold Cane Pike- sNo6lIoues In the Ladles Hall en closures Including the presidents house tho Rogers house and the buildings occupied by Prof Marsha No 6The West end of town No7The East end including Cen ter and Jackson Streeet the business block etc HOUSEKEEPERS My uptodate grocery store will be in an uptodate building after next Monday I wll move Into the fine new brick block next door on that day and will be ready for all my old customers and a lot of new ones with a firstclass line of clean fresh goods of all kinds My prices have not gone up as far as oth ers My wagon will leave store at tine oclock A M Instead of ten as heretofore and at three In the afternoon W D LOGSDON a I J I GEORGETOWN 6BEREA 0 Team Defeated In Football Because of Lack of Training Some Good Work Done j Tho Berca College football team lost a fast game to Georgetown College at Georgetown Saturday by a score of GtoOThe Varsity reached Georgetown at 11 It in There was no one on hand tc direct them as the Georgetown manager bad entirely neglected his duty Titus an hour was waited waiting for the manager Mr Weakly to be found ntgotlatlonswas given a room on the third floor ol the Hotel Lancaster which was no credit either to the team which was I thohotelI After dinner while on the way to the same the members of tho team CniellIowersIng trial This v a an opportunity which was certainly appreciated all the team and apparently by llr Vow ere his oepoelal Interest heaving been aroused by tho fuel that the captain of the heron team IB a Mr Powers Georgetown kicked off to Bernes 20yard line from whero tho ball was advanced over half tho length of the floJd and lost on account of some bad fumbling From this time on the jjnmo was quite evenly fought althoug Heron apparently had the advantageI having the ballover twothirds ot territoryrho nroundIoldencoIoutplayed Boron on tho forward PMS but Berca made the most ground with It Probably this cntohIlog reaOhjUOundoubtedly the lung end mi around left end by Powers on a forward pass from UWMB J5yard line to George totvfft 19yard line j The point in which Georgetown was to Berea was in he better nilfEr The team showed the effect teaching while Berea played j workofbolndlvldual ltowh8 nod if they had been thorough lyjji Y1I Lkva been a wftTIWvaTBr ifcrea As it was she watt than once In reach of a touelidthti1 but lost her chance thru ragged play Tho backfield played well except that Eastman evidently was I not at homo at half where he played for the first time Parts of the line I showed a tendency to play too high j while others wore ragged Swope Wheeler had Flanery deserve especialI mention for tho way they broke thru the lino and tackled behind it I The defeat lunged on tho superior training of the Georgetown players their touchdown being u buck thru right tackle when the whole team picked tho man up and carried him over It our men had trained harder and more consistently the game would have been 1 The line oursIlkrta POSITION GeorgetownI Whetlcr C Weakley Kirk 1 G Murphy Caldwell RO Peak Mnt LT Turtou Gaplble RT Allen ClelhLhnsford RK Baker Swopc IIt Baniett HaleIliaitinon kIIn Brock While Mere Q B Carpenter RefereeCheekmoreUmpireIulkeron Time keeperKelner and Marsh Wntmcn ItngQn and A Flanery A HUNDRED MATRONS MEET The Matrons Meeting held last Saturday pm at Ladles Hall was a ouccesa in every way There were present fully ono hundred mothers of students and friends of the college t The following program was given Hymn Blessed Assurance sung by all- Prayer by Mrs Mason Song by Lillian Ambrose Recitation Papas Little Boy by Leona Evans Several Songs by Miss Boatrighta Pupils An Excellent Paper on Dormitory Life by Mrs Dlzney Reminiscences by Mrs Hanson In which she reviewed tho work of all DereaIDuet by Grace Cornelius and Jessie NewmanI Thomson in her usual happy manner after a short speech introduced the new Dean Miss Bow ersox whose response was earnest and appreciative and showed that her heart Is In the work she has taken up After the singing of another hymn refreshments were served The occasion was greatly enjoyed by all Several of the students attended the convention of the Mission Band held at Lexington last week r I G D HOLLIDAY BLDGr 1 Real EstateHOUSES and LANDS BOUGHTand SOLD Fair Prices POLICIES forALL ISNT 1 OK Mutual Bef Life Tisurance Co NEWARK N J iBEST I OVSHU1H K Sin hnlrlnee1845tuunleonl O olio zoo = oaoc iio jj the of o have with feet for yearso nothurtIfhoc for women nrormingOso simple that there is beauty and V comfort in every pair II Thousands of women have theirnj kjp foot conforming lines U Thats why the U Society o shoe was necessary The necessity for a nice dress shoe that wont pinch jk and hurt is making the U Society shoe n nndnseller at the U price we have ever foundo i t o STAB ARC O o 00 and I IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY It warms the and largest room in busyhousewifefrom rolls to a Thanksgiving or Christmas turkey Still it looks iust as neat as any made It is airtight and a fuel saver Thousands are be ing sold Thousands of housekeepers are Fine Cast Iron tops and bottoms making it last for years without repairs Made only by UNION STOVE CO Inc Box 2745 RICHMOND VA S R BAKER DENTIST KYInlOMc hour frut te 4 CUr Phn lea Teeth without pain Scamafomc SEE ME YOU- REYES GUui to Salt AM Condition JT M EARLY Jewbler EngraverOver Kentucky Dr W G BEST I cITr 103 trrici OUR POST UFFICB i In surance i TERMS toeSUIT Ladies Policies from 10005000 CHEAPEST i r 1 Necessity is mother invention Women suffered their 15Dsrlaaros 0 I 30gBBAND SHOES nETTER IieJoeo ocoz Cosby Patent AirTight Baker Heater coldest light heater great enthusiastic extracted ABOUT Berea DENTIST rolOC IT JANDCOOKS TOO U The Most Convenient Useful land hf A Economical Stove for the Home Ever Made C F HANSOMiLICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKERtSuccessor to B R Robinson All calla prataptly attended U night and day lelphn X 4 sr Ey L A DAVIS M D OFFICE AT RESIDENCE PHONE 51 CENTER ST WANTED Local representative for t Berea and vicinity to look after re newals and increase subscription listlot a prominent monthly magazine a salary and commission basis Experience desirable but not necessaryfGood opportunity for right person Address Publisher Box 69 Station 0 New York l 4 I i J t4 The Citizen A family newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting o PubUitwd ertry Thursday at Beret Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated Stanley Frost Editor and Manager Subscription Ratos TAVAB1K IN ADVANCE One YearttaSix Months ib Three Month a NonryOrrcent tampa The date after your name on Ulxl fhowt to what date your rtlptlon l paid 111110 not thinned wlttilB ttitee weak alter teoewal notify ua- Mlulnc inrobtn will be gladly tupplled It ec- are potted Vine Premium given for new mtactlpttoii mod prompt renewals send tar Piftulutu LUI Liberal terns liven to any who obtain new Rubftcriptioos fur us Any one nneli us four tedeveTheCltueafreeforAdvertising fates on application yT HrMhcR or KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION t When might la master right IB ierr ant Dr Osier says soup is bad to eat but neglects to suggest a souperlor article of diet A Texas girl killed herself because eho couldnt go to school She was just dying for an education Thero is a shortage of the prune crop but people who are full of them will bo as full of them as ever A Plttsburg man baa bought a Mill court mulo eight feet high and weigh ing 19CO pounds Make your own joke Mars may think that our great and friendly telescopes are 48Inch guns pointed Its way and that we are try ing to bold It up Forty cocktails remarks a New York contemporary cannot put a Good man down Out a good man can put 40 cocktails down Tho new ragpickers union will be a public benefactor if It will take steps to prevent unauthorized per sons from chewing the rag After his coast has been shelled the sultan of Morocco will begin to shell out from the royal treasury Tnis target practice costs money A dispatch says that English golf ers walk 250000000 miles a year St Louis shoe manufacturers should give Great Britain the sole kiss Always build a fire in the shade for it will not burn sa well If the sun plays upon It What have the scientific sharps to say to this When Peary reaches the chilly slab known as the north polo will he find WellmantAcked Ramcscs II overlooked point by not setting up a monument at the S mouth of the River Nile with an lu cription to the effect that he dug the stream Indiana widow accepted the un jAn at her husbands funeral and him the next day Wo are It r leading the strenuous life I these days I Who cares how soon the coal supply Is exhausted if the water courses I of the earth are capable of furnish ing heat light and power for the in habitants thereof Scotch whisky is not Scotch whisky unless Jt is made in Scotland accord fag to a British court which has never been in this country and ordered a Scotch whisky at an American bar Tho last stage coach in New York has passed away with the sale of the Fifth Avenue Coach companys horses omnibuses stages and harnesses Fifth avenue was the last stronghold of the oldfashioned stage coach and its passing will doubtless make many an oldtime New Yorker feel a touch of melancholia for there is an clement of conservatism in us all which dislikes a rude break with the past Tho future sponsors of American ItTJrecodentetc might take a lesson In English from Princess Henry of Battenberg who when she broke the garlanded bottle of wine the gift of the Aus tralian commonwealth QU the largest British battleship exclaimed J name this ship Bellerophon and I wish success to her and to all who sail In her- Naturalized citizens residing abroad wero the loudest objectors to the law which weht Into effect July 1 requir ing Americans in foreign countries to register at Oio nearest consulate Or lose their citizenship The law was not passed to please foreigners whoI como here long enough to establish citizenship and then return home where they eacapA the obligation of their original alleglauce and enjoy tlio protectlonrof the United States It they set into lroubloIa t v drat of tip Stows in jEmptgUtg tIlt Qt111trt11rE By Dr T JOHN HUNTER Eminent Divine CUifow Scotland n A It is the spirit of tho limes that is slowly but surely emptying the churches of Europe and America t The people of today have all but given up tho traditions of their forefathers In the years that have passed every one attended church because the traditions of their families said it was right they should go to church It was not altogether principle that took them there And then within the present decade there cam a change People no longer looked down on the man or woman that did not go to church on Sunday morning And the result has been an appreci able lessening of the number of church attendants But I do not believe the loss is on altogether vital ono for tho church The people that do go to church go because they mean it Whether the people in America care as much about churchgoing as they did at home I shall have to wait and sec though I confess I have already heard stories that lead me to believe that they do not This tendency and whether it docs exist here as strongly as abroad makes no material difference for it does exist to a certain extent to stay away from church and in general disregard church influence is ba for the government itself The influence of the church on the govern ment is stronger than people today are willing to admit A churchless country is bound to be a poorly governed one ffuhltr 2ftttwit0it Bast fflrtftr Dy RICHARD STRAUSS pirituul urt ttltlt- 3fts 31ullubitaut The critic without any creative ability and with a monger knowledge o the musical technique of an antiquated epoch s ho u 1 be dethroned The publics healthy matter of fact apprecia tion of a musical composition should be the only criterion by which such productions are to be judged Critics arc too often anxious to decry the vitally now tho unprecedented originality of a musical production for fear that tho old stand ards will be overthrown andwith it their own shallow authority and es tablished reputations as critics Progress has never been made by partisans The most decisive factor the great power which always recognized the work of genius and enthroned it above all others as it did also in tho case of Wagner is tho great mass of the unprejudiced and enjoying public With its intuitive respectability the public as a rule nover fails to appreciate every im portant artistic production In fact the chief characteristic of a great work of art is the affinity between the creative genius and the 1Wtf nutsa of the progressive public which sweeps before it all retarding factious and partisans The voice of the people is the voice of Godsonic one once said and it is as true as ever The soul of tho thousand hooded audience which throngs the concert hall or theater will instinctively have the right fooling and proper appreciation of the value of tho work which is offered them unless some busy critic or business competitor of the artist will BOW the seeds of prejudice and will seek to influence the natural fooling of the masses I would not however call one a reactionary because he prefers a well known work of Beethoven to a weak modern production In this sense I myself am a reactionary Reactionary in the most offensive sense of the word are those who claim that because Richard Wagner took hi i material from Germanic mythology it should therefore be forbidden for any composer to take his material from the bible I speak here of course with reference to myself Those are reactionaries who armed with the legal code of an accepted technique seek to hinder and prevent all original creation Away therefore with the pedantic esthetics and time worn standards They cannot be the criteria for works which are themselves to be models for new standards Away with all technical codes and dogmas which have long been broken by the greatest mas tern Away with this high priesthood which would hinder all originality progress and develop ment ay Rev A P KURTZ Baltimore d groat The great spiritual world is in space and not in place or locality It i- to this space that man goes after death It is known to man in this natural world that man Jives utter death Many deny this fact but stop and think Is not man made in Gods image Do not the sacred Scriptures confirm this P But mans life beyond the gloomy portal hue not been known to man especially thcchurchman who should be posted but instead he has con ceived the idea that he is then a soul resembling air or ether end in short without a form or spiritual organism But such a conception of man as a spiritual being is absurd since the spiritual man sees been speaks walks runs sits cats and drinks aa he did in this world Man after death therefore is a man still in general and in particular and the truth remains undisturbed that death if your conscience is clear will not be an unwelcome guest since death is the gate of life That man remains a man after death is also seen by the angelio via ions of Abraham Gideon Daniel and other distinguished prophets of old and the angels of the sepulcher of our Lord and to John in tho Apocalypse Did not pur blessed Lord open the spiritual eyes of his disciples by Touch and eating The difference between a man in the spiritual world and tilt of the natural world is that ono has n natural and the other a spiritual body This was demonstrated in the body of our Lord after the resurrection from the dead Though trio spiritual world is lit spa and not in any locality it is nevertheless a real world the same as the natural since thcro arc hills valleys mountain plains fountains rivBrslflkcs ftjaa gardenflwcods groves houses palaces books and writings precious stones gold and silver therefore a real world in0 general andin erwy particojar c IJ 1 A w t J tI li LLED tt ONE TWO THREE THEN PURSUED NEGRO JUMPED TO HIS DEATH Had Slain His Wife and Another NegroTold Crowd That His Record Was TwentyNine IKnOJtl1Io Tonn Nov 4Flrlng hte platol and throwing looso cartridges into a crowd for souvenirs ma ho said then yelling out a confes Ion of tho recent murder of two women his 28th and 29th victims Will Davis a negro committed solclda most dramatically The uccno of his end was tho bis bridge across the Tennessee river hero At tho time about 330 In tho afternoon tho brldgo was crowded lae teN wore pursuing him tor early In tho morning after quarreling with bit wife shot and killed her and another nrffross who had tried to pacify him Going to the mlddlo of tho bridge which is 100 feet above the surface otf tho water which at that point is about 15 foot deep no mounted tho rail then climbed up a light pole Five times he fired his pistol to attract at tendon then addressed tho crowd which thought there was going to bed acrobatic stunts attempted Throwing a handful of loose cartridges among vied 29 that his namo was lUll and with a yell of One two and three ho Jumped Into tho river Ho struck tho water on his back and disappeared from sight Several boats started at once to rescue him but as be arose to tho surface their occupants did not roach him appar themfHo himself with the natural In stnlct of solfproscrvallon tried to ewlm to shore but the force with which ho struck the water evidently paralyzed his muscles Seven times ho wont down And came up again and finally J II Fox grabbed him by Ma tap and hair and towed him to tho shore Physicians tried In vain to resuscitate him Just as ho made his fatal leap Deputy Sheriffs Suffrldgo and Burtthardt reached the bridge with a warrant for his arrest As they appeared a young man In the crowd ordered him to come down from tho polo and ha replied that ho would get down but it would bo for the last time Davis bad been employed by the Knoxvllle Railway It Light Co as a track greaser It Is thought that ho- I wanted In various cities of tho south for different orimea- OFFICERS MURDER Caused the Shooting of a Negro Dy an Alabama Posse Talladega Ala Nov 4As a result of the murder of Tom Thompson as elstent chief of police here Ford Singleton a negro was riddled with bullets by a posse In tho shooting Po lIc man Otwell who was a member of the posse was shot In the leg Single tons body was brought to Talladgo and there was the most Intense ex cltement Two other negroes Impli cated In the killing of Thompson were caught and placed In jail at Sylaeauga for safekeeping Thompsons murder was peculiarly atrocious Ho had arrested three crap shooters who told him they knew where a big crap game was In prog ress and directed the of leer to the chemical plant When the officer arrived there be was fired upon simul taneously from several directions It is feared that the intense feeling aroused may result in further trouble Shot Herself Twice In the Head Kelly La Nov 4Miss Emma Zlcsler aged 22 locked herself In a room In the MeDaniel hotel and while tho strains of the wedding march of her successful rival floated to her from a nearby church shot herself twice In the head The report WaS heard In the church and almost caused a panic Miss Mary LaSalle 19 years of age the bride for whom Robert Hallowell 24 years of age deserted Miss Ziegler is prostrated Miss Ziegler left a note sayIng she learned of the faithless ness of Hallowell only two days ago He denied he Intended to desert her but still suspicious she drove here alone through a wild section 20 miles from her fathers plantation the waited until the last moment but lInt lowell did not return to her Miss Zleglor and Miss La Salle were chums in boarding school Enough Poison In Stomach To Kill Kansas City Nov4That there was enough morphine In the stomach of L II Perkins of Lawrence Kan to kill a man was the statement of Dr Walter M Cross city chemist a member of the expert commission appointed by the federal court to aster thin whether Perkins had taken poison Perklns life was insured for 600000 and some of the companies protested the payment of their policies on the ground that Perkins committed suicide I IFrisco Tries It San Francisco Nov 4Tho local bankers have decided that for a time clearing house certificates in small denominations would bo Issued to mool demands for pay rolls This stop was taken to provide a small nogoUable currency in lieu of cash Blown TO Pieces UolIlwCOstructlon camp on the Portland So attic railway near Lyle The dead IandI 1 THE BOY AND THE HORNETS A band of gay hornets HullJpJ a nt t- High up In a trco illftti up In a tree They said to Ihemselvc fly dwelling no high Weve got araty- Wev got safety nut a boy passing by With a long riaMnR rod Looked up In the tree Looked Up In the tree r And seeing the neat Ahanctne tQ high Said Ah hully gee 1 Ah bully gee Ill Rive you a tap With my long tolling rod Just for fun Jt for tun Then after tve butted Yeu to imlthcrrenii Ill Jwt break and run Ill fttl break and tan And the trey did tilt Mb That Ite M lie weald do net alas and aUvkl Jle was Ii strange eight WkMi nt lat IM reached tome lied been time try the paikl l1Ad b4entung br ttw elA- NV1B JAMltl6 AN INTERESTING TRICK t ls Witha Piece of String and a Ring One of the mat Interesting stria mystorls Is the marvelous ring trlek w Having tied the ends of your string together paM It double through a flu K rring awl uk some one to hold the ends upon their two foroflnKors You may now pro to remove tho ring without cutting the string or releasing tho fingers which seem to hold K se curelyFirst pose tho string a second Urns around one of the fingers which hold It then drawing the loop thus formed toward tho opposite hand as shown In the figure pans It over tho string on the other finger until It lies In the po sition of dotted line b then with your two forefingers catch up at a and a one of the strings holding the ring and sliding your fingers from each other quickly slip from the ends of your companions fingers the part of the How Trick Is Done string holding the ring which being thus released will tall Into the hand with which you can quickly cover it before It leaves the string to add to the mystery The surprise of your atrlngholder will now bo doubted says Philadelphia Ledger if you proceed to return tho ring to tho string without removing the ends from his fingers Pass tho string as in the first trick around one of his fingers and drawing tho loops before toward tho other hand slip It through tho ring as shown at di then pass the loop over the finger this time leaving it near the end as oj with your two forefingers catch up the string which was first upon the fingers and slip it from them over the part holding tho ring and you will find tho ring In place as at the begin ning of the first trick A Passing Thought- A polite little girl was dining one day with her grandmother Everything at the table was usually dainty and unexceptionable but on this particu lar occasion tho little girl found a hair In her flshv- Orandmamn she said sweetly what kind of fish Is this Halibut my dearaOh replied tho child I thought pel haps it was mermaid 0 To Tell Your Fortune Tile following directions if careful ly observed will tell tho fortune of your friends young or old Ho euro to try this First write tho year of birth Add ago Add 4 Multlyly by 1000 fljb tract 696423 Substitute tho letters of pitI TOTO THE WICKED PRINCE How He Wu Finally Cured of His Naughty Ways Prlnco Toto was probably the naughtiest little prince there ovor was Ho kicked and scratched and bit most 0 every one who came near and boonmo a terror to his nurse and others who waited upop him Of course ho was given nearly everything he wished When ho could nt have what ho desired ho Clime unusually vicious and dlwmnwaliln During bad weather ho was nt tile very worst Then hw would BO up to the roof of the castle whtiro nan al ways stationed n royal uatruuuiner and command that official to wigood weather sent Immediately Wli n the dignified geutlcmnn would explain- that that was impossible the naughty prince would pull the ostroiiouwr board or throw away his cap Things came to such n lutst how ever that complaints began to reach the king himself Tbo king war very much shocked at theta rctxvJ Ol Ibe princes misbehavior Ho at onto Issued a proctanJMloo Offering a great reward to tiny oue who would rid his BOO of such evil traits For a time no one appoArod but at last there cntiio tu thu kips mi un couth giant with great king nulls tusks for teeth and lung pointed vMra 1 am a genie sent by tho too fairy who watches over your king dom be explained In nnswnr to the look of wonderment upon Ibo klnEn taco Hnvo no fear I rimU lake Rooil care of your son and return him to you completely cured So tho king finally permitted the slant to take tho prince with him 6Thu prlnco wasnt the least bit wll ling to KO but whether hit wiwiKI or no ho was totted to seat hlnmoir iijwn the buck of n grout Kooue the giant bestrode another Htul in n sec onds time they were Hying awttllr through tho air Into bung uii tot dear life fearful every nioiitotU tint hit would lake a brit tumble Dont feel so teeth like kkklnff and biting and scratching now ohs- asked tlio genie After a while they landed near n great lake StrnHgo to say aerotu this Inka there stretched a very narrow plank felt was mode to walk acres the Sake the genie walking on tau watoc Flylrg Swiftly Through the AIrIbeside him and pricking him tarp nails when ho didnt mow fruit enough To poor Tolo that bftilgo I teemed like a nioro thread mud tbu distance hu had to go wore than miles IOiIWhen his feat was accomplished I the giant announced Now we shall pay the ojti maEUlao a visit Hell cut off your brad und put another ono on Prince Toto pleaded and cried null promised but all In vain When they reached the cave of tho mngjolnn the old rants came out In fct4 4 fponso to the genies call Yes Indeed said he I have tot IIttJooorIII verybadDown on his knees Toto begged to be allowed to keep his own head promising that nover moro would he I be naughty At last the magician listened to his entreaties and let him go Tho genie led Toto back to his Lath ers cattle As they approached It lawwhispered Into tho princes car Now remember It you should be rotaand A j Voff 6bI t change which had taken place In the prlnco who was onco so wicked 1A Boys Dlscevery While a boy near Charlovolx AlUb motborlfow a In tho log and an oyster can In tM silverdollarswith glee for about an hour or TO Thep tho money was taken down U tho bank and found to bo counterfeit hMtbeenIons years boforo and as tho tree re grew they wero sealed tin 01 tight at a drum The boy Is now looking ten an oyster can with good money in IU A Otubtful Compliment r A cyclist In France overtook a pea ant Itha donkey cart Tho patitjnt 0beast was making but little progress so tho benevolent cyclist putting his left hand against the back of tho out and feulldlng his machine with the other hand pUshud so hard that the donkey taking fresh courage pulled tho load nuccessfully up to tho top When the summit was reached the pennant burst Into thanks to hla bone indeedmaasleurnever in the would have got 09 ikeehill wti only ono donkey 1L a- Lrl5 r eaf 1 1- E9 4 J L r J J r t 11 GATE LATCH AND SUPPORT One Which Can De Easily and Cheaply Constructed by the Farmer This latch and support may bo nt tnehcd to any stylo of gate Tho latch awing on loo wires and tho end altpa Into notch cut in tho post Tho bravo Vlre Tuna tram the top ot the Gate Latch and Support gate aa sbowa In cut to the buildings or a toll pout may ho used Instead If tho Rflto U U a fence away from any buildings Tlio higher the braco wire aas rumors Kovlew is on tho build lag tba less strain there will bo orlQt TAKING CARE OF HARNESS Do Not Let It Get Dirty and Dry as It Will Oa Sure to Break Micro to nothing like leather Hut Ihcro Is nothing like knowing how to keep your leather gooda In Ono con dition too oaUior is composed ot amass ot floe tendrils Intimately Interlocked Iud entwined When in good I pliable condition each tendril Is oa pauta ot roach stretching If allowed to beoomo and hard when Iho leather U subjected to a covora pull the tendrils break instead moaniLe toojit liooktd with oil or dressing Klbow croaeo applied In quantity Is toiler All droning should be applied I sparingly la the sound advice of a saddlery concern Hack oil should p always ba wad on Meek harness and not owtafoot all as tho latter will draw eut the blade dyo and leave the hnrnellIII Jala now on make excellent farm harnoss dressing They contain the nourishment necessary for keep tag the harness in good order Out flat aH dirt should bo washed off vdUi mice warm water and ordinary soup TUo blade tat should then bo Bpprfcfl with II doth glvon a short Ulna to pcnotrato tho leather and then rubbed dry with another cloth Some make tho mistake of oiling without aabunkllng tho harness The arts Utat need nourishment most are under tho buckles whore tho racial canes hardness and brittlonoss If woUJd vary the holes of the 1hArnCl occasionally it would last TMInwuw rAn objection to noatsfoot oil Is that it inclines to wash off the beeswax from the stltohca leaving the bare threat which then coon breaks LOW DOWN WAGONS c thefi10I irauld not bo without my low arm wagon tor three Limos Ita cents n correspondent of Or a1e fadd Farmer I aia using mina nasty cvwsp day hauling food of all khufe toe MUle Thojr aro handy about laadraa handy la turning at you can fo s tare murk shorter than can bo done ettllfP with A standard wagon Pbava a stool whorl wood axle and caupMeg Tills combination makes a wagon that should lost lor 1C or 20 47easw Ot eouriia a low whoa wagon 1 Is sot the thing for heavy hauling on + i bad roads Thor ar lutondod for farm purposes only f Pwould adrisa anyon a on tho farm 4 to a low wagon with 4inch tires 8aId 8ttUch skolu Mine In a 3e 1 lath e4toln but that Is too heavy This HIftfttl of wagon will not cut up the it field The draft Is bound to be heavier wMhe standard wagon 1 ji Hogs In Confinement Jf Whom beget aro kept In confine nient it Jo noticed that they crave foods like charcoal ashes rotten j wood etc It would loom on though r such food worn of llttlu value for 1 when analyzed they show but slight qoHtiUtieu of nutrition Yet these foOds am found to ba excellent cor r tlv fOr tho hogs system espo clan whore large QUMillUoW of coru are fed i pIt judging tho radio of land for- farmpntpoaesI which judgment would ybiiralUer takethat of sa old farm 1 eror an agsioulturat cketaUtT U r 11 hiap Ilt etuateMkllNrtMhrMaPq QUALITY OF MANURE It Is Greatly Affected by the Manner In Which It Is HandledIOno Important factor is the care apPllodltoho tramped in the mud by the stock and leached away by tho rains is pro ductive of great loss of plant food Besides the fermentation In such a pllo Is destructive of nitrogen and hu mus Tho Cornell station showed that horse manure thrown In an unshel tered 11110 lost in six summer months 42 per cent of Its fertilizing elements The Now Jersey station showed that solid and liquid manure mixed lost by exposure in 109 days 61 per coat of its nitrogen and phosphoric acid each and 61 per cent of its potash Such caro Is certainly wasteful and manure kept under such conditions connot give very large Increased yields At tho same tlmo as tho above experi ment tho Cornell station plied some mixed manure so that fermentation wont on slowly but the pile was not sheltered from rain Under such con dillon tho loss ot constituents was 93 parr cent Another pile handled so that It dried without fermentation lost practically nothing Prof Krear of the Pennsylvania station showed that it was more economical by 2CO per hood In a period ot six months to al low the manure from fattening steers to accumulate under them for two months at a time than It was to clean tho stables dally and deposit lit the ordinary way This saving done not consider tho labor involved In haul lug the manure The practice ct al lowing tho manure to accumulate for a time Is a practicable ono for loose stock It thoro bo plenty ot bedding to keep them clean and absorb tho liquids Tho constant tramping keeps the manuro solid and fermentation goes on slowly However whoa tbo stock Is taken off the stable should be cleaned at once and the manuro scattered for there Is soon a big loss of nitrogen In the form of ammonia The Ideal way of handling manure Is to remove it to tho field every day and spread on tho land says the Farm en Hovlew In this way there Is little loss by fermentation and what substance is leached out by rain Is washed Into tho soil where It Is taken up by the roots or Is chemically combined with other minerals In tho soil lot this purpose there is no bettor way than tho using of a manure spreader It will hold usually all tho cleanings for D day and In some cases the cleanings ot two or three days i may be thrown Into the spreader and then hauled out Farmers everywhere have found the spreader an almost In dispensable tool However It la not always convon lent to haul out and spread every day The ground is frequently too soft to go I on with a team and wagon and often the field on which it Is wished to apply j tho manure Is occupied by n crop Under such conditions It becomes nec essary to store the manuro for sometime Few farmers will go to tho expense ot building a covered manure pit with cement sides and bottom Into which the liquid and solid manure may bo kept solid and damp but every one could have a concave area with co mont or stiff clay bottom from which drainage would not take place Into this tho manuro could be thrown in a rather deep pile kept evenly spread and packed down by tbo tramping of loose animals or otherwise Tho tramping would prevent rapid formon tatlon and tho rains would keep tho pile sufficiently moist It should ba said in this connection that an effort should bo made to savo all the liquids by a liberal uio ot bedding Tho j liquids wolght for weight are twice as valuable as tho solids Whatever method Is resorted to for storing tho manure should bo kept solid and damp j and should bo hauled to the scattered as soon as possible It sbouldIbo scattorpd at once and not lowed to Ho in piles for a wook or i oven months It should bo spread evenly over tho ground and hero again the spreader will come into good use METHOD OF SHELLING CORN Simple Device Which Will Do Rapid and Thorough Work Whoro one door not have a regular shelter tho but method ot sholllac corn that I havo seen Is to drlvo thllII edge of a fence plank full of lotting the heads extend out onohalf or throefourths ot aa Inch Tho plank I Way Shiller Is MadeIcan be laid across a nEed as a goat says Prairie Farmer and the corn bo shollod very rapidly by rubbing across IttRURAL JOTTINGS Every question that Is pertinent to ono man la most likely impertinent to another I With prices for nitrogen going up the thing to do ls to put down more I seed ot clovor and peas I Tho moro crooked people are In their dealings with you tho straighter you should try to be It nothing olso pays the contrast will I A farmer writes us that they got in tholr hay on the eJghthour sys tem that la eight hours before dinner and eight hours after No human power can help a farmer who at this season has no vegetable except potatoes We ean pick any bf 1C things from tho garden at anytime What do people lire1 Iritho eountry tat 4- N S5 fr a Gideon and His Three Hundred Sunday School Lesion lor Nov 171907 Spegallr Prepared for This riper LESSON TKXTJuflBea 7921 Mom ory Vfnva 17 18 GOLDEN TKXTTo shall not fear them for the lord your God lie hnl tight for youDent 322 TIM BT1IO period of the Judges lasted according to our Hlblo margins SB years D C l4sr lox Including 311 anti Sainunl GIdeon lived about the middle of this pe Clod Many scholar make the period shorter and place It later The question Is unsettled PLACaThe broad valley of Jexrctl which extends from the plain of FAdrae Ion southeast to the Jordan rho southern part of Galilee The test of the 800 was by the Well Harod 13 miles from the Jordan and ten miles south of Naz areth In this region took plane the great battle In which Saul and his sons were slain 1 Sam 211 311 Comment and Suggestive Thought The Period of the Judges Tho nook of Judges It a collection of records belonging to the period between tho death of Joshua and the birth of Samuel a period ot 280 years accord log to our common chronology Dut If we add together the numbers given In Judges they amount to 410 years For tills and other reasons It Is en tirely probablo that tho oppressions nnd deliverances were not successive but in part synchronous Thero were In tact without exception local strug gles and It is not only conceivable but highly probable that whllo one part of tho land was enjoying security under its judge other tribes were groaning under tho foreign yoke Prof Moore While several of tho events were thus occurring nt the name time In different parts of tho land In other cases tho judges ruled practically over the whole Tho Judged formed temporary heads In particular centers or over particular groups of tribes Darak In the north of Israel Gideon In tho center Jeph thah on tho east of Jordan Samson in tho extreme southwest Driver The Moral Decline At the close of n long period of peaco and pros portly tho people had degenerated morally Business transactions with tho Canaanltes transactions which often required the performance of re ligious rites made it easy not to reallzo tho difference between them They were attracted by the easy mor ale ot the heathen The Cry from the Depths In their great distress the people began to re pont and cry unto tho Lord for help A prophet was sent to show them that their troublo was on account of tholr sins Judg 6710 The Answer God Raises Up Old eon Gideon belonged to tho tribe of Mannsseh Ills fathers name was Joash and lived at Ophrah not far from Shochcm Ho was a man of highly noble person and a noble race like tho son of a king and whoso brothers each ono resembled tho children of n king Judg 818 Ho was a man of strong common sense a patriot a truo lovor of God cau tious modest brave and enthusiastic Tho signs of tho fleece Jude 6 36 40 says Ewald Illustrate Gideons own character warm and zealous white all around woro Indifferent and cold calm and cool when all around were excited Gideon was probably a middleaged man at this time for ho had a son of his own almost Grown up Judg 820 The Sifting of tho Array Gideon proclaimed Whoever Is fearful and afraid let him depart In view of the tearful odds against them two i thirds of tho army turned back leav- Ing only 10000 soldiers Still there worn too many for tho purpose Tho second sieve was wov en of alertness quick wit Beltcontrol rigorous strength boldness Tho test I was through their way of drinking In tho near presence of the enemy In order to understand the test wo must seo clearly the circumstances Gideons army was on ono side of the stream and the enemy on the other and how near some scouting parties might bo was unknown for tho reeds nnd shrubs along the brinks afforded ample cover tor hostile ambushes Those who bowod down drinking headlong did not appreciate their po sition or tho too The Victory by the Sword of the Lord and of Gideon Vs 923 Tho Encouragement Vs 916 Everything was now ready except a new inbreath ing of courage and faith To accom push this Gideon and his officer went early In tho night Into tho camp of the Mldlanltos sleeping In tho security of their numbers Listening near tent they heard n man telling to comrado a dream from which ho hisI just awakened Compare with v13 translation and annotation of the I Polychrome Hlblo I dreamed that I n cake of barley Rrldlliobreada kind of Oat round hard baked ash cake representing tho Israelite peas antry was rolling hither and thither through the camp of MIdlau and it camo to a tent and vruck It and lurnorf It upside down Tho mon Interpreted limo dream all meaning the overthrow of Mldlnn by Urael Practical Point The story of Gideon dote not teach that ho tares nothing for tiKvins adapt ed to tho end Gideon had faith but ho used tits forces in the best way dad selected tho 300 because of their adaptation to tho spocloj service re quired In iho Christian warfare tho trum pets express our power of speaking for God The lamps are our character and example lighted by Gods gracaj I and nhlnlng tor men and the pitchers represent our capacity tho truth and the spirit r oJtrecetytnlI o 0 J PUBLIC HAS RIGHT TO KNOW Truhfu Labels on Canned Goods Is a Requisite Determined effort is being made by tho manufacturers of canned goods throughout the country to induce tho secretary of agriculture to defer the enforcement of tho provision of the pure food act which requires the label on canned goods to state the substance of the product nnd the place of manufacture Tho chief argument used In making the appeal Is that the manufacturers have already had printed labels costing at least 300 000 that would be lost by the enforce ment of the act The argument of the canners will not hold They have had ample notice of the operation of the law nnd nil of its provisions and It must ba their loss if they have not made prep arations for observing tho federal act Incidentally tho fact thattheir present labels do not meet the requirements of tho law in other words do not stato In subsanco the contents of the can is tho best argument in the world for the destruction of tho labels nnd the printing of now ones that will give the customer some substantial hint of what he It buying Tho time is past when a manufacturer can mix a little water and glucoso and label It Pure Vermont Maple Syrup or pass canned rabbit off for Select Canned Chicken The man or woman who buys Choice Canned Veal wants some assurance that tho can is not filled with goat meat or something less palatable When tho purchaser pays the price for a big tin of York State Apples ho does not want to be disturbed and angered by opening It to find It filled with parodies on tho original Garden of Eden fruit The label question Is a simple one If the manufacturers have supplies of them that do not meet all of the requirements of the federal law tho defect may be remedied by tho use of stickers supplying the omissions If the labels were prepared for the deception of the customer they should have never been used at nil and the sooner they are destroyed tho better for all concerned In tho matter of canned goods most of the Americana are from Missouri No Chesterfield- A Christian Scientist of Boston was praising the lato Earl of Dun more Lord Dunmore ho said was a good Christian Scientist and a good man Tall and robust and supple I can see him Btlll with his short gray beard and his kind face Ilia only taulta fault duo to his aristocratic upbringing no doubt was tho exag gerated value that he set upon cor rectness Ho Insisted In correctness in eating in dress in everything- At a dinner in Ilxacon street last year I heard him tell a story about an incorrect selfmade man or uou vcau rlche as he called him This man was dressing ono night to go out Ills wife bustled into the room before he started to look him overBut George she said reproach fully arent you going to wear your diamond studs to tho banquet No Whats the use George growled My napkin would hide em anyway New Orleans States Lacked Courage Mike Malonoys wife was an invalid and the doctor had been doing all sorts of things for her changing the medicine so often that poor Mikes Income would scarcely reach and make both ends meet and at last the doctor said that his wire must go to a warmer climate Mike listened to that advice for several months and finally when Oc tobercame tho doctor told Mike ono Saturday evening after all of his weeks wages had been spent that his wife positively must be sent to a warmer cllmato without delay Mlko left the room for a few rain utes and when ho returned he was wiping his eyes with his left hand while with his right hand ho brought an axe which ho gate to the physician saying I hate to do It Doc You please do it for me Better Than Two The foreman of a railway construc ion gang engaged on a spur near Phil adelphia was approached not long since by an Irishman of the gang who asked about a job for his brother Dennis flea just IU good a man as me slit said Mlle Canto fix him boreT 1 guosu so responded the fore man Send him here tomorrow morning Whollo Im about it continued the Celt Id bike to put in a worrd for me other brother Ualachl Is ho a good man toot Me frlnd said tho Irishman im presslvely Molachls a better nun than mesllf an Dennis put togeQ1loIn that case said tho a with a grla tell Malachl to WmS and you and Dennis can look6 lo tHe Jobs Harpers Magazine a IJJullb + 111Ii 1I1I XdI qi 11N 0 rrAtLJl Now York ntlolilg ago Clydo Fitch told of the advice he once gave on aspiring younSjjiqyftligl who worried him with appears that the emb17IFibldl iralebgttsrlaollli fled ttell iskbes than nVzntbD9nltJ One Ialblh tu1 1 a greatstgie9f4dr1ieodads If JltN rlil1 6manl18C p ell lOGJhliIlltj6 meIl1 iJh v7i M1Ja 11119- v 1 1855 Berea College FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS J Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of allIOver 60 instructors 1175 itodeoU from 27 states I Largest college library In Kentucky NO SALOONS e A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himself where ho can make most rapid progressIWhich Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lecture library and general advantages as for more advanced ctudents ArUbroetle and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Blblo Handwurk Lessons la Farm and Household Management eta Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Fwm Management Printing Woodwork 1 Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 year for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and uttul life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young rasa may secure a diploma la Agriculture and a young lady la flame Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit tor business EyeaIa part of this courso as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 8 and 4 year ooursw with lAtln Car t man Algebra History Science etc flung tor oollet1COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with t use of laboratories scleullflo apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standard NORMAL 3 and 4 year courses fit for the profession ot teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a frat clase certificate Follpwlng yearn winter and opting terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches nece nary tor State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra tees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Bereft College Is not a moneymaking InstltutlonC All the money re colvcd from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon sach student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays in This great deficit U made up by the gifts of Christian and patrlotlo people who aro supporting Berca In order that It may train young men and Womeu for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to rOtectIthe character and reputation of the young people Our students come trot ttho best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who way r be elck tbe College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents tu Berea live In College buildings and ayslst in work of boarding hall farm and hope receiving valuable train h Ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win ter It is expected that nil will have a chance to earn aa much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more dray by wrtttag to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn tram 60 cents to one dollar a wook- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage looks etc varj with different people Borea favors plain clothing Our cltmote to the best4r but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps t and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Cooper tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas another necessary articles at costiLIVING EXPENSES are really below coat Tbe College asks no r tl1 for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras J133 a week in the fall and 160 In winter For room furnished fuel lights water lag of bedding 40 cents a week ta tall sad spring 60 oaata ta winter eiVSCHOOL FEES are two Flat a Dollar Dtposlt aa euaraniea i return of room key library books de This is paid but once and to returned IM t when the studcat departs t Inds I Second an Incidental Fee to help on expense for oareof acaool hulldjfe Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or eeryfcgPtay- lteachersall our Instruction U a tree gilt The Incidental Fe for mflst students la 500 a term J400 In lower Model Schools GU01ncoureaitxltgld- Latin and 700 in Collegiate coursew kmPAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE incidental fee ands room rewt Lblcb tho term boanl by tho half term Installment are ae toUpwa 01 MV ye FALL14 weeks 2i501n oar payment 12900 ntmInstallment plan first day 2106 including 118 deposit etiddleoteffterm 915 K u Ill taw WINTER 12 weeks 2900 =la one payment 1830 iJU bad Installment plan first day 2109 luctudlag 190 deposit middle 91heterm 900u r MM yr uad REFUNDING BtudeniswtiblaiVe 07 pe nissl si lkfor lthereadNo5a f term receive back tor nlohiearlvIadedr r X ryes how On board la tulltKOepfthstilio UlowDce4 ma4 tr aayilracHoa Week KH b li II ft i 11 L T On room nil mut fifty oeats bttt no altowaaoslgr i any MGtiliautlrm montha Ii j LVt hluit1iCUm ii t 1JIoztl8Mvnnced s k but making no allowance fore rr fo r I areWlatartedFatlafotraattO5tgrttndl dilan ateW tsete0u7 ia ct9JOk OWri la uu Jlrt 5 sit a ilo suer JOfI- I NJ l1 I t r t lhI L G1G1VIDLIilb1 rrr t1 yrnouut oainj IIi tut h01d PiiT Ad1 JUIFIIrOlt Llva oR+ loa 9 tab talar a- Jenn r 1 v i ii i 01 ur 9113 1lalnn PIr 01 I n I n n aui w uuU JUOUtlllhma eau wOaiwjedJulurea u IS Jtiiat s no ht ry n scone boa abawxr 111 rt lrenatdglaala Hdt tIfJ 1 b Me qni r JHaeB AToq- aak I thuOfleo- fiik j 1 wrUi8IG tWnw t9ie PfPIr lRdu 1 It u asitiJ thensorldnbl nr IJWm t 11J 10 nvovd inn 11 JllIIfnt1io 1I11 ii J1CT IeitlnfO seIDo1ar IlJ a 13 t- 11dlLr lJA- rnIJ oo vAl er vitrrrlJlil null wogg9q bn to osntqIfxwe ict v qdT r dt liWi liIlt rllllllihMelsehepM fcaDan 11 WOrK iayWpliIMUd mutt qJ4of la hJlup I bbA Lae qwyyIlttA iininiin joi everts X wl no 181ft 7u1 quos oAuui Qi rta JlMtl teooco 10 aWai rfllw svioa attdi bun Jim lUlwaisx 01 athe in List 4 s1rn8 111111J r f II 1 a ITHE SCHOOL Problems of the District School Jly 1rof DhiKinore Part 6Lov as a Factor In Teaching to this article Viol Ih more tSou with h remarks ot ton lu a teacher ttiouM how It I cMMhw IHIptU who thaw bran ratting behhdohen of heir age It time will possibly permit It J i better not to put those grownups h1 classes With tho little ones They wll I be more cemfortablo and advance moro rapidly by themselves Much of th twork given the little ones they do no need and are embarrassed by 1L The teachers manner to the children Is no suited to thorn they need to bo ads dressed according to their age rnthe than their advancement in learning Besides It Is absurd to have them go- Ing over little seutgpces about dogs and cote tops and dolls and thohun drcd other trlflos that are perfect suited to the children Pauls state wont expresses It admirably Whoi I was n olilld I thought as n child spako as a child but when I became I a man I put away childish things 1 Give them something sailed to ago and manner of thinking and let them work It out giving such help as they need Dy nil means let them recite by themselves Also thoy should be constantly reminded that they are catching up In fact the whole process of their learning Is catching up knowledge that should have been acquired long ago If a belated one Is strong in some one branch let him devote as much time as be likes to It for awhile It will bo a great day when it can be said John Is as good in arith metic or in rending as any one of his age This sires him a sure footing and all that Is necessary now le to toll him he must bring up other stud pos A little reflection will show than this is not only good common sence r but that it is sound pedagogy- A little knowledge of what has been done by some of these lasses of ar rooted education should be a great 1stimulus to any teacher add he ougiit to be glad of an opportunity to extend a helping hand to any within his reach One of the best County Superin tendents the writer has ever known is fond of eneovragiog backward ones by telling his own experience His schooling began as thff result of an accident that left him a cripple for several months when he was sixteen joora of age The father was Rot in favor of education he would teach hisi boy to work lint when work was out of the question and the boy tagged tox go to school his wish was granted What a revelation it was He looked with wonder and envy at boys Of Ills own age who could read like u house aflro would work hard sums and who rattled off big words such nee cancellation longitude and time 4 allegation medial and duodecl mala How ashamed ho was of Ida Ignorancel Could he ever acquire such knowledge However he applied i himself with all his might and madej such strides that when he was recovered of his injury there was no keep l- Ing him out of school Ho was will 1 ing to work hard In vacation but when 1 school opened his father was practt tally compelled to yieldIITho result was that In four years he took the County Examination and came out triumphant with a third class certificate Could It be possible that he was now equipped to teach a district school He could scarcely be t lleve It yet there was the proof signed by the County Superintendent and his fellow examiners Ho secured a school taught It to the satisfaction of the district and with the money earned e went away to school This he didr repeatedly until ho was the leading of teacher in tho county Ills specialty was encouraging boys and girls who had never had a chance While still under thirty he was elected to tho County Superintendency and bye aU accounts did the most efficient work ever known In that community Had he been put with the little ones J to keep pace with them no such record could have been made j Two other county superintendents are known to the writer who learned Continued Next TWO SOUPS Hot vegetable soupS are among the best dishes for the housemother to give her hungry brood for supper when they come home from school on a rainy day The thick soups often called chowders contain the most nourishment One of the most easily made and most appreciated on a cold night s Cut a couple ot slices of bacon in to small pieces and fry out in an iron kettle Into the kettle slice thin two uge onions and stir until a cream h T but do not brown or burn Next very small piece of red pepper milk r eaoufc to teats with salt and family SeuoI1 l to read after they wore eighteen amI earned certificates before tMwere twentyone One of tho Wlghtou young lawyers of tho stato camo t College When ho was seventeen aiu was put in a primary grade Ion tears served to complete the commoi I branches and three inoro intorspors cd with teaching to graduate from i I higher course Many other like cases could b given but these are sufficient to Dhow whet can bo done and to point thy e way toward Its accomplishment All will not do equally well but overt one should bo given a chance to maker the most of his time and talents Another claw needing a taeamount of sympathy consists of thoee- r who are very poor and in consequence lack tho necessities of school life namely book and clothIng The only thing such children can have in abundance is lovo and they ought not to be deprived of that tho it Is often denied thorn Tho district school Is and should be the most democratic Institution In our t country here the rich and tho poor melt on equal terms They sit side by side study the same lessons and re colvo the some Instruction Each one stands upon his own nwrltfe without regard to the kind of clothes he wears or the wealth or social standing of his parents The talent of the poor boy whether in the class or on the playground is respected equally with that of the rich Real success has no favors to bestow upon either poverty or wealth It depends upon industry perseverance and nobility of carne ter Thetw cannot be bought with money nor can the poor be deprived of lark books It Is the teachers duty to ser that they are supplied This requires tact The poor are often extremely sensitive and will quickly repel any proposition that appears to retlect upon their poverty The children maybe told to ask their parents to supply them with certain books If after a reasonable time they are not forth coming It will be best to call upon the parents and kindly suggest that the children should have those books If they should frankly admit they anItoo poor to buy then and their surroundings bear out their statement some offer of assistance may be made It may not be necessary or wise to use the district funds for the whole amount It Is hotter fUr people to help themselves as far as possible There are not many people In the country so reduced that they oannet afford the small sum necessary for school books It the children are kopt at home for want of clothing it Is a still more dol cate matter If tho teacher is frlond y and appears to take a real interest n the little ones the mother will admit that they lack suitable clothing matter may then be fully discussed and the wisest course chosen The one great point should bo adhered to tho children must be In school While we are caring for the little I ones and for those who have advanced o the second and third grades the c Inca who are behind and pupils whoS ack books and clothing we must not orget tho bright and fortunate pupils j Some one may say they tan take care f themselves But that would not be They are entitled to their share attention and affection no less than p the others It Is sometimes urged that they will keep up anyway j whether they havo the teachers assistance or not Very likely they would but the fact that they keep up docs not relieve the teacher from t the discharge of his duty to them f they do well without assistance they will do much better with ItIWhat farmer would neglect his best stock to give all his time and care to that which Is less promising Week II ITHE HOME Ii isIpotatoest slowt IOvertI pepper Stir two tablespoons of flour smooth with cold milk and add to the boiling soup Let boll two or three minutes then serve CORN CHOWDER Corn chowder is made in the same way as potato chowder by adding a can of corn to the potatoes and onion addedII THICKENED MILK Another good cold weather dish is the old fashloned thickened milk Stir smooth with cold milk one teaspoon ful ot salt and six tablespoonfuls of flour Pour this slowly into one quart ot scalded milk stirring all the time to keep from burning Let cook slow ly on back of stove for five minute then serve with milk or canned fruit iilN 01 OWN STATt Trouble In Tobacco Districts Likely Frankfort in Darkness Tho Bourbon stock yards at Lou isvlllo were swept by fire Tuosda y night a loss of 200000 bolng causon v Four peoplo were hurt In fighting th catloIIj aprn- j coun1tiesn grower nf Davless County who refused to pool his tobacco was burtitH rnrm1orsbo arming themselves and a big meet Ing of those mOil has been called tot Saturday Tire army of peace luu disbanded and the members have re turned to tholr homos One Buecea I of the awoclatlon was noted The Stemming Tobacco District Aaeocta tlon closed a deal with tbo Imperial Tobacco Company for the 1907 crop of five countloe The average price tc bo paid Is eight and a fraction centsI and the manufacturer will pay about 1310000 to the growers of the Ua trict The plan to plant no Durlvy tobacco next year was very generally endorsed and It nov looks IUI If there might be no crop of any Importance In this state nut year Mrs Edmund Kirby Smith the wid ow of Ova Kirby Smith who wu In command of the Confederate forces at the battle of Richmond near here died Saturday at Sewanee Teen Mrs Robert Klrtley art Ed Flack of near AIL Sterling were arrested In connection with the Investigation f the death of tM Mrs Klrtleya hut i baud probably from poison i Fully one thousand member of the Kentucky brigade United Confederate veterans held their annual reunion at Pewee Valley beginning last Thursday The annual state convention of the Student MUaionary Volunteers was hell last week in Lexington with good attendance W Hugely a wealthy farmer IJIUDeII Red HoitM Madison Cotaati was killed Friday while suuullns do- a quarry overMeln the getting out orI some stone A betas stone toll on blDtI killing him Instantly Frankfort was In total darkness Sunday Right as a result of the breaking down of the electric light plant All the street lights went out and many people who had electric lights II their homes were also left without light Many of the streets were to such but condition that people could Ing not sorvlcesI New Ono BeIng Circulated NoQuesi tlon Have Richmond Made WetITho petition for separate local on lIon electlo In the county and city odged with County Judge Turpln a month ago were withdrawn n Judge Turpins court by llondyI key men who had put the lrculatlon While no lven for their withdrawal It la be laved to be on account of so many illegal signatures to the first petition and other Irregularities The whiskey men have begun ob I alnlng signatures to an entirely new ctitlon and all persons who sign sam must understand now the exact ob J cct ot the petition no matter what other claim Is made for It viz To get another vote In the city of Rlch l mond separate from a vote la the coun y with tho hope of carrying Richmond wet and reopening tho saloons within toe next few months The whiskey men think they have a right to another election on the same day In thoJ city and county Of course the county would go dry overwhelmingly but It would bo a tight race In Richmond hence all friends of temperance law and order are warned to keep names oft this petition so M prevent an election within the next three years- ThIs warning Is Issued on the author ity of Madison County LAW and Order League and It should be sufficient to of local option prevent every true friend from plunging the county and city Into a heated contest which might result In Richmond going wet and reopen the saloons so as to deluge the county with Intoxicating liquor again C E Woods Mayor Richmond Ky A REQUEST Will any of the housekeepers who are readers ot The Citizen please send me some of their favorite recipes 1 wish to have them for use In a cookbook We dowe are preparing want fancy dishes but Just the plain everyday things that your family en Joy Send them to Mrs Jennie Lester Hill Berea Ky NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from Pint rage unwise one In tho first place as tho unions did not have enough mono for along fight and tho officers trted to keep them from quitting Under tho new law In Tennosse tho saloons wore completely shut up In Knoxvlllo and In Bristol beginning November 1 In tho last days of 00 tobor carloads of liquors wore imlppei tout of tho state and In both clilo whiskey could be bought almost at your own price alaon was destroyed by a landslide and star oral hundred oplo wero killed bo i Ing burled alive- Iroeldont I Roosevelt went to Oystoi Bay to vote on Tuesday rand roturuei munonlghtIvenlor I will meat In Nathrlllt Novemter e and It Is expected that 1010 doIogatM will attend tho meeting rIIooufereiMo to I lietd at WartfMgt November 11 It la hoped that as a result wart between the nations rapte sealed will bo prevented and that m tornal revolutions will twootn things of the past 1uSTATE DEVELOPMENT 1rho Sixth Annual State Convent will be held IB LmUvUle No vember II M ami It will probably Utplll In Interest of any event at UM eort over held IN Kentucky Sues uoun efforts are being put forth tlY I the local committee of Arraagejtwnt la Louisville sad the members of the Zxecutivr Committee of the Kontuek State Uevelopnent Anootatlon thni nut the mate- IrvitatloM I are dally being sent the well known speakers on all toI of interest thruoNt the country the must acceptance received Is from tbe Hon James B McCreary Senator Mcfreary ae le well known hav de voted considerable time and attention In the United States Senate to the subject qf the Panama Canal and he I Laa therefore eoneenterf to address the eonrentlon on the Mibject the aaa Canal and IU efteetes the PanI and Industries of the Southern I Much work Is being done by the i Committees on InrlUtion and dele gates Thrnont the state hundreds of prominent men have been urged to take a part In the work of securing a rope representation on the floor of the convention from each county aM- a j gmUfyiag Intereet ban lIMIt nho rn THE MARKET Berea Prices Eggs per dozyOa Butter per lb liSCc Potatoes Irish perbtiO W41 W Potatoes Sweet per 001 00 H 90 Apples per bu1 SO00 Turnips per buOa Cabbage per lb2e hlckans on foot per lblOc 3hlokon8 dressed per bHlvr Chestnuts per bu 13 20 hickory nuts per bunil 76U 00 Walnuts per butolilJc Butternuts per buWc Stockl Nov 6 Extra good steers 5 6 25 light utecr 4 60 BOO holco butcher steers 4 25 4 75 FaIr to good to iC6 415 Common to medium do 8 160 Choice butcher heifers 8 60 4 25 nlr to good do do 8 n 60 Join to mod do do 2 60 1 00 holco butcher cows 860 4 nlr to good do do a 00 a 60 Join to med do do 2 25 3 Canners 1 2 25 Cholco feeders 4 4 26 tied to good do 3 60 4 00 Cone and rough do 8 8 60 food to extstook steers 860 4- Fair to good do do 8 8 ro Join to mod do do 260 300- 2iRood to ex stock heifers 3 60 Corp to med do do 2 50 8 food to extra oxen 4 25 4 76 rod to good 8 4 Good to extra bulls 8 00 860 Fair to good bulls 2 60 300 Choice Teal calves 6 25 6 75 Fair to do do 400 600 Coarse heavy calve 260 a 60 Choice mild cows 85 40 Com to mod do do 25 80 Plain common do do 10 90 DOGS Cholco pltb 200000 Ibs 8 10 020 Medium packers 100 to 200 Ibs 0 20 Light shippers to 160 Itw 6 00 Cholco pigs 00 to 120 Ibs 6 50 6 70 Light 60 to 00 Ibs 6 25 6 60 Houghs ICO to 600 Ibs 8 60 li 60 snare AND LIMBS Good to ch fat sheep 3 75 4 00 A New Addition To Berea A NEW STREET Lots For Sale in Best Part of Town at only 100 Terms to suit purchas eIghtLB P AMBROSE ells SON Box lla Berea Ky 4 rl Fair to good sheep 3 00 3 GO Common sheep 2 00 3 00 Ducks 7 00 7 25 Choice butcher lambs 4 60 C 00 Choice spring lambs 6 00 C CO Seconds 6 00 C 25 Culls and tall ends 2 00 4 00 Good native owes P 00 C 00 PRODUCE Eggs 19o per doz Butter 21o per lb Poultry Spring chickens small lie per Ib largo Oo hens 8of docks small young lOc old Oo turkey young 13c old Ho geese SefMADISON MARKET Nov C llonday was n very busy day at Madison County Stock yards About 3100 cattle on tho market a big crowd and everybody seemed busy but market was slow and prices from 26 to ID coals lower than last court owing to condition ot tat cattle mar ket and to nppronohtng oloetkm Ooh sequontly about a third of tho cattle aldeclinealt kinds at stock Tan Bark Prlto at the depot at aloes per cord 700 Ties- Prizes at the depot at Berea Might and a halt teat tons C by S I firsts U cents muht and a half fcut long C by 8 sells 9t cents j Eight foot C by 8 firsts COV cents Eight foot 0 by 8culla 25 cents Spokes I Prices paid by Standard Wheel Co at Boron for black or shell bark hick ory stokes split or sawed Per Thoua First size A and B grade 1C 00 First size C grade 9 00 First size D grade 7 00 r Second slzo A and 0 grade 21 00 Second size U rradc 12 00 Second size D grade 9 00 i Third size A and D grads 26 00 Third size C grade 12 00 Fourth size A and II grade 30 00 First elm U H4ln on tho heart Hlflu deep and 28 to 30 Inches long Sec ond size Is 2 In on tho heart 2 In deep and 30 In long Third size U Std In on tbo heart 111 In deep and 90 In long Fourth site is 2ttln on 1 tho heart ISfc In deop and M In long A D Grade Is good sound whole GCHo heavy growth lire timber full to Btiec and free from defects I C Credo Ii good sound whlto tim ber that IB lighter la weight and growth Is finer and not so heavy an the A H Grads It must be free from detects also and full to sizes 11feellpeeks wind shake orooked grain and eheoke To Educate Your Children This ceiled cottage four ntoms with gloves tables chairs 1 and bedsteads MAY BE RENTED FOR 10 A TERM Otter dwellings of various iru and for very reasonable prices Addrcw 1 T J OS30RNE Werea Ky koqtnI1+e +o+o+o4 o+o o4 o 1e+o +alq+o+o+o+o o+o0 + I ADDING fNEW ACCOUNTS 5 We are constantly adding new accounts and our + 5 2 business is increasing at a very satisfactory rate It is 0- tour purpose tot+ 0 t Deal Justly and Liberally With All 9 + Solicitedi t o INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 1 + 6 o + + 0- t+ THE it+ I Berea National Bank iM Capital 2500000 Surplus 150000 1sE WELCH resident J L CAY Cashier f + + + +e +e+eeo+o O+O+O a+o+o+o+W+ + + + + + +e+ r- g iAM THE MAN WHO SELLS THE LAND I Berea Town Property Improved and Unimproved IIn each lot 100 each 1460I building all plastered 13 by 12 lot 100 by 800 fruit A nlco cottage with three lots on Walnut Meadow Pike 1600 I Ono now house and lot good water barn on Jackson at 1000 I have a farm of 48 acres small box house 1 12 miles west of Borea price 1900 A great bargain for anyone Fifty ono acres on Berea and Big Hill Pike M mites from IBorea 11600 per aero Any One Wanting Property of Any Kind CaD and See Me I Can Supply Your heeds iaye is Pa BICKNELL REAL ESTATE AGENT and MERCHANT r i c jJ I ri jTh7I I 1 r 0 i eu7Ilk I S INCREASE OF BANKNOTE CIRCU LATION 8EEMS CERTAIN MUCH GOLD ON THE WAY GenerallyaCottonIl Now York indications that the available supply of cash would bo materially Increased within a short time both by Imports of gold and the Increase of LIla bank note circulation and that tho movement of cotton and crsJn crops would bo facilitated In revery way possible with tho result ot Increasing our credits abroad wore 4 tho BaIlout features ot Thursdays IltuallonIt recognized every whorl that tbo neuto stage of the I crlslB was over and that nit that ro malned was to obtain sufficient cash to reonmo currency payments upon a i broad joale and thus to restoro condl D Uons prevailing before tho crisis Tho engagements of gold mode In Now York Chicago and eluowhcro brought up tho total Import movement within1 tho past week to I237COOOO AI the amount of gold will afford a buts of I credit to four times the amount or about 6000000 It will In itself at IILiford much relief to the ousting pros i auto Rldgelys Plan Liked The prompt response of the national 1 banks throughout the country to the I uggc tion of Comptroller Rldgely that they should employ their United State bond as largely as possible to J aucuro circulation and substitute other dottrf lock of currency The estimates oft an Increase In the bank note circula lIon of 30000000 Is considered well within the probabilities It will ro iiquiretime however In some cues for banks to obtain proper bonds to H I aubelltuto for their United States bonds Mr Vnndorllp vice president of tbo I National City bank made the fruitful I suggestion that tho savings banks at once Improve tho general sit If thy would sell their hold United States bonds to the na 1WONk bank Kven In CAlC whoro not onro to salt It Is believed wt1lend their honda to tho V nations as often been dono j In the put Helping Cotton Movement I Interest continues to center in tho inovomrat ot tho cotton crop from Now Orleans and other southern points whioh U so essential to pro i vide bilk mralnst tho Imports of gold IL Secretary Cortolyou according to Wasblnalon dlspntchcs was disposed 1 to Increase iloposlte of public funds In banks as rapidly as suoh iflends became available This will tho banks with tho stock of cur rcnoy so raueh needed to handle tho cotton crop and will enable them to I await with loss embarrassment than I t otherwise tho arrival of their cotton 1 lls In Kuropo and tho bringing back of the IIOltIII Tho committee of Now Orleans bankers which Is In Washington has suggested that the Now York bnnka can case tie situation by giving tho southern banks credit for checks In foreign banks forwarded as soon as they reeclvo telegraphic advices of tho amount This will enable tho south ern bonks to chock against such balances In payment of collections and InI making remittances to Interior banks throughout the countrTI1 To Reopen Oklahoma Banks Outhrlo Okla Four hundred bankers representing tho Oklahoma 2nd Indian Territory Banking associ ations agreed Thursday night on a plan to reopen all banks early next J wroclc San Antonio Bank Suspends San Antonio Tex Tho West Texas Hank1 Trust company oft this city dozed its doors under a IJ temporary suspension ot business Thursday and II now In he hands of I tho pinto commissioner of insurance atitx taadtketetve1 Tet erthtira and eastern baajters to sbjp asJa Tko WOK Texas Bank Trust com jpaay 14 ono of the ptlnclpal banking laatitvtlom of 8sn Aiitesle Accord tag to O B Moore preildent the com lireiQnPHrImsteI4eIy Land South Preeport MeThe X jwItJi aMuttlr mKoi the Moir Qfeost anffTJB coldny at Snlloh GD board anda crew of o sted tft1tiirliiirjr tanMtJmftl g tht t1 rtier Warl Charle naIdt Who I PJl a and who 4ur1 iN4i Y1eador ltov Int many or tho disciples will remain at i ne of the colonies JA = 1iI Svhrttr7 fcatflford Is Wpposed tUba t CAtaIl 4-r 6iSmith a antaVidcnbur 1 r tc b1M 9 0 In Castle t91 1uicf1te bii3r I y 1yo1t1 tlf apqploxy J I Iii a 1l Governors Agree on IRa rf Rates lIuif o IIB a ttng v nearly all dn tftvii Qlfnn oj qrtU Carolina Cooper of Alabaa aIN timid ot Gcorgl t aehed a cdraplotd jacreemcntnf U tlutJ not allrld ilJMUblAt at tJJ JIfl1t oJfl jt EMPLOVES UNION IN ENGLAND VOTES TO QUIT Some Hope That LloydGeorge May Avert Trouble Railroads Blame Socialism London Notwithstanding tho pow erful Influences that hvo boon at work for somo tlrao past la tho hope of averting trouble In the British rail road world there seems Mo bo but little probability ot preventing aj strike which will have tho moat sent ous consequences to the traveling pub lie and the men and companies Involved a well aa to commercial In teroita generally Tho action taken Friday by tho executive committee of the Amalga mated Society ot Railway Servants In pasting a resolution to call a gen oral strike loaves little or no hope for a favorable outcome This society al ways has been looked upon as one ot tho most conservative of tho labor unions and Its dealer Richard Dell M P has been noted for his efforts to prevent strikes and for his utter ances In favor of tho rights of capital as well as tho rights ot tho working manWhile there Is a long list of alleged grievances the principal one has turned on recognition ot tho union and this the railroad companies whoso chief spokesman Is Lord Claud Hamil ton are determined not to concede Tho general strike however under tho rules of tho society and the requirement of tim law cannot take place for some weeks In the mean time there Is a remote hope that the efforts of David Lloyd Gcorge who with the Influence of his high position as president of the board of trade has been working strenuously to bring about a settlement will bo successful Tho railroads charge that the pres ent agitation II due to the growth of socialism and curiously enough while this Idea was being voiced by Lord Clam Hamilton Friday night In a declaration that socialism was irreligious and Immoral In IU teachings Mr LloydGeorge was averring In his address that socialism was a bogey ot today Introduced to frighten tho unwary and that there was no danger but a certain advantage In socialism Insomuch ns It stirred the people to think EDITOR HARDEN ACQUITTED Gen Count Von Moltke Beaten In Der un Libel Suit Berlin Maximilian Harden editor of the ukimft was acquitted Tuesday on the charge ot defamation of char eater brought by Gen Count Kuno von Moltke former military governor of Berlin Gen von Mollko was con domned to boar the costs of the trial Tho scones In court when the yet dict was rendered wero as dramatic as any over witnessed In a Berlin court room Unions victory gathers double emphasis from the fact that tho court not only declared Herr hardens statements in the Zukunft true but af tinned that their publication was justi ned on tho specific grounds alleged The verdict whIle not confirming the charge that Count von Moltko is a man of morbidly abnormal proposal ties inferentially confirms Hardens othor chargss namely that Moltko with Eulcnbcrg Hohonau Lecomte and other highplaced personages ho longing to Prince Eulenburgs coterie of mystics and occultists formed a vicious circle surrounding tho throne and wielding through Kulonburg a powerful influence upon the emperor In ono case it positively enabled the emissary of a foreign government Lu comto to obtain information perilous to tho vital Interests of Germany JUDGE GRO8SCUP ARRESTED Accepts Service and Gives Bond on Charleston indictmen- tChtcagoE II Stover sheriff of Coles county came to Chicago Wednesday and arrested Judge Peter S Qrosscup of tho United States cit cult court on a charge of manslaughter contained in Indictments returned at Charleston III as a result of the fatal wreck last nammer on the CharlestonMuttopa tnterptbaa line of which Judge Grosscup is a director Simultaneously warrants were served ba Francis 8 Peabody presi dot of tho Peabody Coal company Marshall H Saajpsell receiver for the Ualon Traction company and Arthur W Underwood all directors In the In terarbaa company and indicted oa the sarao charge Eaek latev boads aHiouutlnsU J6009 n Lf Convict iCIIIu Guard Ratlins W7oit cdnjlct flamed A EcKard aeryl a lice sentence Friday sKpfand killed Ed Samu IlIon day ccllhouse keeper at the tate jieftiteBtlam han attcnpVto escape cjcard d ft jiist l and ix stick of dynamto fln4 when nuelon opened- his oH tho prisoner shot hlmjjead Eckard then rle l to dynamite the qutsldo dborand Jafling n this shot ppdklJe4 btnscltI 7 19 urcrY for ia ward Pupils PHtsburg Pa SJurgery may be roi to tQ lirJshteij U10 minds of bVpXwr hUPtlM in thP Pljttsburg pub lo schools lUs planned to haye ply gfclans perfprm 6pfef a lons on pupils wboaro UjBlijrid IJUler lessons 1 4 4l11Westorf Aheadot Scijeoule ioBPtt id Payson Welton who is walking from Portland Me to hjcaiu rejisatlcs tho trip he made tn years ate arrived bore at620 acIok Taujsday Jlght 40 minutes tilakea V1JVf71 u tl j IAIViewed Every Day by Mr Householder HELD FOR LETTER THEFTS INFORMATION IS STOLEN FROM DISTRICT ATTORNEY aiMS Miss McLean His Stenographer and A D Gordee Charged with Conspiracy Chicago Peeping through ask tedernllIIecretEtta L McLean trusted stenographer secrete In her stocking the stolen copy of a letter from United States District Attorney Sims to Attorney General BonaparteMiss a little later having boon arrested produced tho letter from tho selfsame receptacle while in tho office of her employer Mr Sims At tho Bamo time she confessed to having stolen another letter written to tho attorney general several weeks ago Both communications related to tho John H Walsh bank case Miss McLean in her tearful confession im plicated as her accomplice Alexander B Gordec with whom she has been livingFrom the secret service detective who witnessed the stocking episode it was learned that Gordee had gone to Mr Walshs office in the Grand Cen Ira railway depot and presumably tried to negotiate for tho sale of the first letter All this was brought out Friday at ternoon at the hearing of Miss Mc Lean and Gordeo before United States Commissioner Mark A Footo They had been arrested by government offi cots on the previous evening At tho conclusion of tho preliminary Inquiry tho two were sent to tho county jail in default of 5000 bonds Tho charge against tho couple Is conspiracy to steal and also against the woman the actual theft of tho letters For the conspiracy charge tho penalty may bo two years In tho pool tentiary and for he second charge the penalty may oe live years with the addition of u f10000 Ono In either charge DOLD FIGHT BY MUTINEERS Crew of Russian Destroyer Battle wlth Four Other Vessels Vladivostok An exciting little naval battle took place In this bar bor Wednesday between tho mutinous crew of a Iluaslan torpedo boat de stroyer and their loyal comrades The mutineers wero finally subdued hut not before a number ot men had been killed or wounded The mutinous boat Is the Skory and she gave fight to the gunboat Mandxchur the destroyers Qarsovoz Smely and SerdlU and the Rarrl9on of one of the harbor forts manned by the Twelfth regiment ot artillery The Skory soon was overwhelmed and she bad to be beached to save her frPm smiting JYNAMITE IN TRUNK EXPLODES Blast In Plttsburg1 Depot Seriously InJure TW Men Plitibofg aA panic anjong about 300 persons la the Union eta tion was narrow J aY rt dFrlda1 when Vferriflc explosion occurred In the baggage roora Under the waiting room A quantity ot dynnmltepacked In a checked trunk was set off pre sumably by concussion duo tq hti dllng the trunk James Lyons a baggago assorter and David Chappell a porter were rerloufcly but not fatally Injured Charles Flatch was arrested Jn Mens Clothes rre iedj riaaMMol IliJtir traveling around attired Inmans clothes for sir woekd a girl giving Iwr name jas Uosa Moore of Newark O was ar rested Friday She said sno wore male aillri Itot couVeafencpV Diphtheria Ir Kankakee t Kankakoe IllrTcn male Inmates and onoi woman nursa are sick elf diphtheria at the Illinois Eastern1 Hospital fur theIasano and two c ttages ue quarantined I The cases wltb ce exception are mild j I DANK CASHIER A SUICIDE Official of First National Charlton la Kills Self Des Moines la Frank Crocker cashier of tho Flint National Sayings bank of Charlton committed suicide early Thursday His daughter found him dead in bed Ho had taken mor phineThe bank Is believed to be In good shapeWorry over losses sustained In al leged use of Modern Woodmen funds Is believed to be tho cause Crocker left a note saying I cant bear this strain any longerCrocker was once grand treasurer of tho Modern Woodmen of America and held a national office In that order at the tIme of his death Charlton is a town of 5000 Inhabi tants 100 miles from Des Moines National Bank Examiner H M Dost wick Is In charge of tho bank Crock cr before killing himself addressed a note to Mr Bostwick whose visit was expected This note explained briefly that the bonk was overloaned and requested tho examiner to take immedi ate charge The bank has a capital stock of 50000 a surplus ot 50000 and carried about 900000 In deposits Tho other thinks of Cbarlton aro entirely unaffected by the closing ol the First National Tho Bank of Rue soil a private institution of Russell la of which Crocker was president also closed its doors temporarily MOUNTAIN BURIES VILLAGE Karatagh In Bokhara Is Overwhelmed by Landslide Tashkond Russian Turklstan The little town of Karatagb In the Hussai district of Bokhara has been over whelmed and completely destroyed by a landslide that followed the earth quake of October 21 According to the latest reports of tko disaster s majority of tho inhabitants of Kate tagh lost thilr lives The first reports of tho casualties were exaggerated the death list be- Ing placed as high as 16000 Kara tagh bad about 2500 dwellers and there Is reason tc believe that about 1500 wero burled allvo Among thoso who survived the disaster aro tho governor of Karatagh and his mother Karatagh is remotely situated and it takes a full week for news to got out from there but according to ono courier Who has come through an onormoua section ot the Karatagh mountain which practically hung over ttho town broke loose and thundered down upon the village which Is almost completely burled POLICE STATION IS BURNED I Incendiary Fire Ruins the Headquar tars In Buffalo N V tb Buffalo N YPollco headquarterI of this city was practically ruined Fri Way afternoon by fire discovered in the lavatory and whleh spread rapidly through the two top floors All ot the 30 prisoners wore removed in safety This Is the fourth time the building has been on fire jidthln a few months Police records the rogues gallery ad many Important documents In eluding the original copy Qt Leon Csolgoczs confession of the assassin tl not President McKinley wcra destroyed Thb fire was of Incendiary origin Two companies of firemen jwere caught In the collapse of the rOot and cupola and eight men were serl push Injured None will hid IJiI AbsOrbs Its Subsidiary Lines St Paul Minn Deeds wore pled Friday with the secretary of state conveying to the Great Northern Itallroad company all the subsidiary lilnes ot that sypstem in Minnesota Aho deeds filed covered the following llaoa Minnesota Great Northern jtoaslderatlon 1000 Wllmar Sioux Fal a on doraton 73279M23 Park llapldi ft Leech Lake consld bratlOB 51281726 Eastern Railway ctMlnnesota consideration 16783 A4E04 Minneapolis Union railway consideration 80880116 4 IKentucky Gleanin st I IMoat Important News Gathered from L AU rafts of the State1 s SUED FOR SELLING HIS TODACCO Without Gaining the Consent of the Durley Society Cynthlan Ky Twentyfire men en horaca rode to the horns of Wullam Blaokburn tobacco grower and buyer near Sunrise this county late at night and calling him out notified him not to purchase any more ot the 1907 crop of Harrison county burloy Tho leader of tho honwmen who was unknown to Mr Btockburn told him that they had come In a peace able and friendly manner and said ho hoped another visit would not become necessary and he suggested that they would be a llttlo more ctnphatfo the next time Mr Blackburn stated to the noon that he would not purchase any more tobacco Thli h the first and only demon stration made in Harrison county but bi Iendl ton the growers aro bocom ing much agHatod and several buyers have been waltod upon by committees in tho daytime asking them to stop buying the crops Suit was filed by the Burley Tobacco society and tho Harrison county board of control against Nowtwn Kearns a farmer In the Harrison circuit court for 600 damages Keoirns sold his to baoco in Louisville without the con teat of tho oociety- STAGGERED TO HOSPITAL Told of Being Drugged and Robbed and Soon Expired LouUvIVlo Ky Peter Wetasenbur ger a Swiss gardener In tho employ of II C Walboclc cashier of the Get man Insurance bonk staggered Into the city hospital and declared that he had been drugged and robbed by a woman at the corner of Second and Jefferson streets Before ho could give any further details of the alleged robbery he sank Into unconsciousness and died within a tow minutes An examination of tho man by Coroner Ellli Duncan and Dr James Ren fro revealed that ho had been poison ed and the pollco department will make an effort to unravel tho mystery It Is the belief of Mr Walbock that tno dead man had a plentiful supply of money although only 25 cents was found on his person ELECTRIC SHOCK Stripped Kramer of Hair and Cloth Ing But He Survives Louisville Ky While superintend- Ing some repairs about the generators at the plant of the Westinghouse Else trio Co L B Kramer an engineer for the company placed his hand upon a brush attached to a direct current generator speeded at 4000 revolutions a minute and received a shock ot 500 volts He was thrown several feet by the impact arId when picked up by tel low workmen ha was perfectly nude as hls clothing dropped from hint In n I mas3 ot ashes Kramers hair which was burnrd at the roots fell from his head and left him perfectly bald Not withstanding the tact that Kramer re calved a direct current equal to that applied In thp electrocution of crimi nals he survived the shock Favor No Crop Owenton KyA close canvass of Owen county by the Burley Tobacco Growers association finds an almost unanimous sentiment in favor of rats Ing no crop of tobacco In 190S Reso lutions have been adopted In almost every local union of tho American So ciety of Equity in the county pledging the growers of burley tobacco not to grow any crop next year Hotel Changes Hands Newport KyA deal has been consummated by which the Shelley Arms hotel formerly owned and operated by the Lewis Foes Realty Co passes into tUe possession of the Highland Hotel Co operating the Altimont hotol The transfer will permit of one ot the hotels remaining open all winter The amount nvolrod In tho doal is net mentioned In the deed Was Once City Clerk EllwrbetWown Ky Ohrta Fraize aged 7S years and ono ot the best Jmown mOa in Hardin county is dead M his bone here of pneumonia He served the county as circuit clerk te- rM 30 years New Diamond Field Mayarrille Ky Word has been re ceived here from Dover that mound diggers found a large diamond In tho mound oa the Repeas field The fled MM oaoMd much excitement In the village Judge R C Warren Expires Stanford Kyn C Warren agett 60 years judge of the Lincoln county ccnlrt died hereof liver trouble He was a prominent democrat and a hard worker for his party Young Wife Suicides BurkeiivlllOi Ky News has reqchod here of the nuIfdoatVernon of Mrs Mary Burnett 17 wIfe of Edgar lInt nett prominent citizen thgtp While ulono In her room Mrs Burnett Shot HoVfcelfln the breast with a double barred shotgun dyjng instantly James E DunbarjDIcs Augusta Ky Jamea R Dunbar a promhieot and loadIng citizen and cap italist of this community died here of Brights dteete He waa 59 yearn oM Ha leave a widow Ie dangUier r I i I BOLD DAYLIGHT ROBBERS Hold Up Prominent Physician and Rob Him of Diamond Pin LouI rHle KyAbout the boldest robbery ever called to tho attention of the local patios department occurred In the elevator at tho Old Inn when four men snatched a diamond plnfroni the tie ef Dr W T White after ho sad the elevator boy had boon over powered When Dr WhIte oatorod the elevator to go to tho fourth floor tho four msa who were standing near the foot of tho stairway coiled to tho ole vator boy and also stepped Into the cageJust as the elevator stopped at tho fourth floor two of the mon overpowered Dr Whlto and another accom pUshed a like feat on tho toy In charge of tho elevator while the fourth wrest ed tho pin after which all four fled through the hallway and down the btsJrs with both Dr White and the eta vator boy In pursuit but tho highway men succeeded in roactiing the street end being lost In tho crowd Will Introduce Bill to Aid Nurses Lexington KyTho convention of tho Kentucky Association of Graduate Nurses adjourned Miss A Gillette ot Louisville was chosen president and Miss Porter of Louisville secretary I and oil other officers wore reelected for the ensuing year The ocravSniloa devoted much time to the dbcU3lonIof a proposition to secure legislature tho passage of a bill Intend ed to old tho graduate nurses of the tate la their work and placing cortnlnIrestrictions on others not graduate nurses Big Price Paid For Tobacco Crop Henderaon KYDy a deal consum mated here the Imperial Tboaoco Co purchases the entire 1907 tobacco crop I pledged to the American Society of Equity In Henderson Union Webster Hopklnsand Crtttcnden counties The deed involves 16000000 pounds of to bacon and will bring 1500000 of English money to the farmers of this see tion The price paid was ithat demand ed by the farmers and Is tho highest price over paid here with tho excej lion of the war prices L E Packet Co F1l1sILouisville KyPhe Loulsvlllo fc Ev onsvllle Packet Co was forced Into tho hands of a receiver Charles F Taylor was appointed receiver by tho chancellor Tho company defaulted In bonds amounting to 110000 Bad business during tho winter on account of Ice and during the summer on account of low water Is given as the causa The receiver said that tho boots would coa tlnue to run- Young Miss Attempts Suicide EHzabethtown KyMus Blna Dan dy of Stephensport Ky 18 attempted suicide at West Point Sho arrived at West Point and obtained lodging at Williams hotol Early In tho morn ing a pistol shot was hoard in hrroom Physicians wefe summoned and found that she had shot herself in tho abdomen Tho wound Is fatal Sho assigned no reasons for her rash act I Greeted With Joy Lexington KyTbe decision of the American Society ot Equity not to raise any tobacco for 190S Is received with joy in the white burley district comprising 30 counties in Eastern and Central Kentucky and 13 counties In Ohio and Indiana which produce 80 000000 pounds Son Shoots Insane Father HopklnivUlo KyJohn White CO was shot and killed by hIs young sons Edward The father who was a well known farmer bad boon Insane for some time lie chased his son with aa ax to a building and had broken throus the door whea the youth fired the fatal shot First Death at the Infirmary Cov1DIton Ky William Elliott nced7yearedlodkttben1cLu1trinfitma ott attempted to commit eUJcJdo at tho infirmary a few months ago bT cut tins his throat He is the firat pet eon to dU la that institution Suzziav VUtlm MayfleM Ky While wbfklag at a busEtaw Holds Lewis emptdyed by the Mayfleld Lumber Co waaatruck 4 by a wan tongue and tbrowa against the saw life right shou er and ptrt of his Jfkull w re sawo4 off Uo cash sOt recoTtr Tneught It Wasnt Loaded Marsvilte 1CyMbs Jolla Yantlna waa tllilinat the homo ot PanIc Thomas He took the gun out to scaro away seme Halloween prowtera and dtsokarged it Roturnlns ho pointed the weapon at MISS Thomas and pulled the trlgaer wounding heir m the bath l 21 Years For Wife Slayer HaTredsburs Ky EtWorkhouso Keeper L PhpMpa was tutatencbd to the pealf oatkry rfor 2l years August IS he hot sal xnied ila wife nod at the sane Umo wounded Mrs Kyle yav 4klBs hlswifeB flla or and TOopiaa Sa aeeL his wjfeja cousin k End Came QUlokly I IMayflold Kyi Sam T Daughn41LyI40 had just stepped off tho train at the Illinois Central dapot whoa liD Mid tva gose wi far as I can ana areyp 4 to thc greaad deed He waa a els nan tr teeM coo a k- f 4 U 1T I N- 1r I O Sosol9SOdo ORoSO OoeoOOOOOOoeoeoeuueueo G- i 0 j East Kentucky Correspondence f i News You Get Nowhere Else t c Crresphjr p bhue4 Mltu sqtd u till by Ut wnui tar sum ossit Itt yibltutloi kit ai u tndmet at r4 filth Write plodF0li n n bnbnrnMnnnoo + WOWOQUUUUUUUUU LAUREL COUNTY TnSJN Nov 2Miss Bertha Rales of Vir- gInia Is visiting Miss Lllllo Robinson Mrs Perry Reams of Mitchell Oro gonls making an extended visit to re lathes hero Miss Nellie Drown o Louisville is visiting here this week Mr and Mrs William Parsley have returned from Louisville where thej had been visiting for several weeks Mr and Mrs Theo G Moran re turned home Tuesday after spendlni several days at Jamestown and other points along the Atlantic CoastSfl Mary Madden of Mauldon Jacksonn County visited her sister Mrs C C Hoskins last week Mrk Stoiie cf Berry Ky visited her daughter Mlsi Edith Stone last week Mrs J P Hundley and daughter Miss Bertha t Marlowe are visiting at Bedge Clay I county Mr and Mrs Boon Logan and son Boon of Plnevllle visited their daughter Mrs John Borolng last Sunday Mesdames J W Baitln and Sam Hardlu returned Tuesday morn- Ing from nn extended trip east includ ing Jamestown Exposition and New York Miss Lettlo Coldwoll returned Monday from Louisville where she had been vlaltlre for several days CNCln Nov IThe chestnut crop is about over in this partJ F Reams visited the sick bed of Uncle Elliha Bowling Sunday Brother Bowling Is a member of the Baptist church at Long Branch a noted farmer and an + upright gentlemanP F Reams J II Bales J F Reams J J Young Millie Young and others all ot Congo attended the Odd Fellows celebration- S turday at McWhorter Mr and Mrs Blugham of near Plnevllle have pur chased a home near McWhorter Mr Bingham will erect a store In a shor time The debate at Salem Is lively with much enthusiasm showed amon the studentsDora Vaughn is vlsttlnr her brother Frank Vaughn at this writingMrs B P Young Is on the sick list this week Mrs John Doan visited Mrs P F Reams Monday A lively debate was couducted by the students at Miss Lucy Reams school at Long Branch today Friday Miss i r Eliza McCarty who has been teaching school at District No9 Is very ill With typhoid fever Circuit court began at London Monday The Rev j Walter L Brock will preach at Old Salem tomorrow Saturday The Rev John Creech aged 74 years was mar ried Tuesday May the latter part of his life be filled with many Joys and pleasures is the wish of his many friends The little son of J C Moore died Wednesday from a disease thought to be diphtheria There has e been a revival at the Wyatts chapel resulting In 16 Joiners and the organ ization of a new church OWSLEY COUNTY nOONm1LtJ Nov 4rGo to your precinct early tomorrow and voto for Wltlson andI against the proposed amendment toI the constitution Hiram Hogg who has been so low with typhoid fever is so much improved as to be out of r danger Republicans are alive to their duty in this county and will give I the Republican state ticket a majority of at least 900Albert Brandenburg was nominated for sheriff ot this County by the Democrats in time to get his name on the official ballot under the Roostero B Wilson H Republicans are making a vigorous fight for thq enoughtoseems to have a fighting chance The candidate In this Legislative District Mr W M Cope of the County of Jackson will have a walkover as he has no opposition The railroad from Heldelburg to Elk City five miles completedtbeing opened up that can be found In Eastern Kentucky It will give Boonevllle a new depot within five miles of townS F iteyriblds and Pleas Abshear have purchased the Minter and Abshear steam saw grist and carding machinery of South t Boonevllle and are how operating It They paid about 11050 VINCENT Nov 2 Subscribe for The Citizen and vote the Republican ticket This Is the earnest appeal of your corres pondent Mrs D B Botner of Vin cent Is visiting her sister Mrs Ray Malnous of Paint Lick at present George Begley of Buck Creek Is erec ting a new dwelling near Brown Bow mans with Harrison Turner as the principal carpenter Isaac Richardson nil Miss Martha Creech were quietly married at the home ot the brIde father near Travelers Rest Thursda I evening last May success crown their every effort and their future life be ti one of happiness and content Jolr j Warren who was a resident of OU- tplace has sold his farm to Joseph Lackett and will make his future home In Powell County We aro sure sorry to lose as good a citizen as Mr War roe and feel that it will be hard it- t rInd one to till his stead Sid Caudell theisupplyof Estill County was tho guest of V H Venublo over Saturday and Sunday John Chestnut was up from Heldelburg Sunday W H Vonable was at Beattyvlllo Saturday on bust ness Vincent Price son of the Wid ow Price who lives near Vincent met a most swlbus accident a few days ago while out hunting with n shot gun Ho dropped the gun which was die charged the contents taking effect In his arm and side The wound Is very serious but we hope not dan porous MADISON COUNTY 1C1OTS Nov 3Mrs Dr Bronaugh of Stanford who has been visiting relatives at this place for the past two weeks returned homo Monday Mr Ogg from Berea came down last Fri day and took n lot of good pictures for the public school at this place James Butncr of Caleast Ky spent Sunday with his cousin W A Butner at this place Halloween night was celebrated according to custom by the young folks here Wlll Adams has rented a farm at Silver Creek and will move the first ot the year We regret to lose such good neigh borsW G Munday will occupy the residence hero belonging to Mr Alex Glbbs Fred Johnson of this place has gone to New Mexico for his health William Bouler is very sick The little son of Mr and Mrs G W Moody has been very sick for the past week Willis Cole of Mote is very low with malarial feverNext Tuesday is our election day Go every body and vote for Governor Hagcr for he is our next GovernorROCKCASTLE COUNTY 1IOONB Nov 4Mrs Luclnda Wren Is quite sick There is little hope of her recovery Harvey Chenault died last Thursday Mr Chenault resided near Conway His death had been expect ed for some time Mrs L C Single ton returned to her home Sunday af ter a weeks visit to relatives near Scaffold Cane Mrs Dave Martin was In Berea Saturday Tho Rev W H Lambert visited friends in Becea Sat urday and SundayCharles Wren had a good mule die some days agoThe family ot Mr William Smith expect a visit from M N Smith soon Mr Smith is a good Republican We hope he will come and cast his voteDr Robinson of Berea was In this vicin ity Sunday Walter Grant and his brothers Harve and W S visited home folks Sunday Mrs Frank Lam bert of Flanigan Ky visited Mr and Mrs James Grant Saturday and Sun dayMrs Mattle Wren has been quit sick but Is much betterThe infant child of Mr and Mrs G Poynter has been very sick but is much better Mrs Bright Chasteen of Jelllco is visiting relatives at this placeMal Pig recently removed to Ford Ky W L Leavett Is visiting relatives near Dreyfus Ky this weekCal Chasteen is visiting relatives and friends in Jackson County Miss Nora E Coyle visited the family of Joe Lovett Sundayo L Wren is getting along nicely lecturing as he has a nice audience every Sunday We all appreciate Mr Wren and the Sunday school scholars seem to enjoy the talk very much JACKSON COUNTY TYNKIl Nov 2Cool days now Snow will soon be hereM F Goodman has built a goat house for W R Reynolds M J Smith and Mrs Marlon Smith visited relatives at this place this weekMr and Mrs John Moore are going to give the young folks a candy party Saturday night and all are ex pecting a fine tlmeEd Estridge of Maulden passed through here deliver ing pictures this weekW R Rader Is visiting his grandparents at Welch burgHarry Moore has returned from Hamilton Ohio where he baa been working for some tlmeGeo Moore and wife are visiting relatives in Let County Everybody is glad for Frldaj to come EO they can get The Citizen CLOVER BOTTOM Nov 3Cold weather is upon us and the farmers have been too busy to prepare any wood Misses Annla and Rosle Powell attended the teachersas soclatlon at Bakeravllle Saturday Mrs Mary Hayes who has been dan gerously ill for some time is thought to be better Miss Minnie Hayes has dismissed her school on account other mothers Illness There seems to be an tpldemlo of mumps In thld vlcll1UK James Johnson Who went tdCSlora do for Ills health has returned Ilf and Is critically 111 Everybody tiieI to be Interested In the coming i tlon Charllo Durham says iiols ibId to whip every man that falls totOtu the poles Horn to Mr anil M8fnl Sparks a fine glrlMlss MifegIoBAm Lonas Durham visited at thohdnrt of their teacher Wednesday night Lbw Is McGuire nnd family wlllvUft rob atlvcs at Goochland and ClimaX tflk week Mrs Jnirteo Baker hail nlfettei from her son who disappeared from homo a year ago He wrote Tot he was on his way to California Yh rllnrIestlngWhile returning from the Sunday School rally some of the boys fired several shots on the public lrt hway near James Durhams homefltoys had better lot revolvers alone as voil as whiskey It they wish to stay out of trouble Wo hear that Join n Korby who went with his fandt to Colorado for his health Is improving We hope ho will regain his Itenlth and return to live among us As IKS Is a good moral and upright citizen 1IVTHA Oct lODro Mathews has Just con cluded a series of meeting at Wyatts Chapel resulting in 19 addi tions Tho High Knob Literary Soci ety was attended Friday night by quite a nuuibor from our little village Abraham Carmach has Just retUrnod from London KyThe I O UF outing was attended by a large Bawd Mr and Mrs Justice Bogloy WIssee Emma and Cora Langdon Mr Arnold Begley and Miss Honor House wore the guests of Mr and Mrs D F Garland Wednesday night Jnckfo Burns has gone to London where he will remain a while Jesso Bowling has started to Richmond with a nitro bunch of cattleDr Jones of London and Miss Lydia Porter of Portersburg were united In the holy bonds of matrimony the 24th Inst May their pathway through life be strewn with the flowers of sunshine and Happi ness is the wish of their friends Edward Bowling visited P W Welch of High Knob Sunday A M Hacker and family have returned homo from Owsley County where they have been spending the summer Steve nnd Letcher House attended the box sipper at Datha schoolhouse Thursday night and report a good time Miss Mattle Young was the guest of Miss mInor House Thursday night Mr and Mrs John Estridge are the proud parents of a flue boy OI5ATUA1VICa l Nov 3Weare haVfrig some windy cool weatherThere are many cases of measles In this part David Hel lard is employed by the Livingston Lumber Co floating timber George Tincher and wife were the welcome guests of John S Wilson Friday last Fountain Fox Is in the coal mining business for Turner Hays George Washington Tincher is employed by J F Hays Co hauling ties to I Laurel Fork river Thero was born to the wife ot Alfred Johnson recent i ly a large girl Mr Johnson Is the father of twentyfive children and is 68 years of age James Pennington is building a chimney for W n Engle this week Tincher and Hays are busy ratting ties getting ready for the next tide IIUIltKT Nov 2Wo are having much rain at this writing B II Cole of Pitts burg Ky was In this vicinity Friday to buy a farm Everybody seemed glad to see Mr Cole and wish him tobuy a farm here as ho is a good citi zen Jacob H Gabbard Jacob Gab bard Jr and Dave Gabbard attended the big Republican speaking at McKce and Ned Gabbard oDon1nellMrs Perry McCollum returned homo I Wednesday after an extended visit with friends and relatives in Madison County Tom Milt Lake of near Loam and Miss Pollle Hellard who is teaching school at Pine Knot were married Thursday at the brides home t We wish the young couple a happy and prosperous life Falrla Marcum and his brothers Lewis and Henry vliited their sister Mrs W M Gab bard Tuesday and Wednesday Oct 28We aro having very much rain now after having so much pleasant weatherour Sunday school at this place is progressing nicely with very good attendance Mr and Mrs W M Hurley Jr Mrs W M Hurley and daughter Clara and their cousin SItha Angel visited friends and rela tives at Egypt Friday Saturday and Sunday All report a nice time John Robert and several others of this place went coon hunting Thursday night and caughta nice coon It was so large that it took two persons to carry ItMJreen Morris and Jacob StMoore of Mildred Ky was friends at Hurley Sunday last Miss Nannie Morris of Birch Lick visited friends at Egypt Saturday and Sun day lastold Uncle Wesley Gabbard of this place who has been In very i 111 health for some time is getting along nicely Lizzie the little daugh I ter of Daniel McCollum has been quite sick for several daysWe would be glad la hear from tho cor respondent nt Mildred and Sand Gap Wake up 1dgho us the news IIItIt1 It Ulf frbv 9 The Sunday Sqhool rally hero on October 20 was a success Wi were visited by several friends pf Do rea and all had a good limeElnmor nnd Myrtle Click entertained a crowd ot young folks at their home Satur day night of last week All report a Jolly thneSeveral of William Her bys family are 111 at this writing with the mumps James Williams and sorts II and Tom Williams hovg gne u Richmond with shlnglos Mr our Mrs James Click attended church Air vices at White Spring Sunday Thi superintendent Mr Minter visited our school on Thursday evening of tact week and gave the children an in terming talkMr and Mrs Dave linger have sold out and gone west to make their future homo John F Dean cut his foot very badly Friday evening while making tiesA small child of Mr and Mrs llnbo Reece hat been seriously ill with throat trouble but is somewhat batter at this writ ing Aunt Martha Click has come oor- I to stay with hur sun James Click and his family for a whlla Mr and Yea Isaac Dean and son Wlllla went hunt ing Saturday night and caught foal opossumsLaura and Nannie list field and Myrtle Click wore tIle gueMe of Mollle and Bertha Pearson Saturday night Mr and Mrs Charles Cllcl visited his father Daniel Click last week REPUBLICANS Will CofKftKlnl from Pint ln solidly to the rwpobNesn ticket Tho colored vote WM practically un broken fur Uio republican ticket In Who floooJled nspeatuWo wards emU narily republican Republlena Judo Duncan modo cxtroortllnarr gains but not siifllclont to come within hailing distance Ho did not have the VOID that was glean to Gov John M Pat tlson In 1905 when Gov Horrlck car tied tho city by over 3000 Republicans Elect Entire Ticket Cincinnati Nov 6 Leopold Markbrclt and tho entire republican municipal ticket bM boon overwhelm ingly elected From 9 oclock on after It became evident that tho republican nominees hM prevailed tllO strode began to nil up with nol makers From moment to moment tho crowds were augmented and shortly after 10 oclock tho Blaine club headed Schmlttlos band began Its usual rade through tho principal streets ps1 the city In this parade were a her of automobiles and thousands followers with the Romancandle antI red nrlP accojsoriea This parade mardhed through the downtown streets serenading tho various newspaper offlcex and finally wound up be fore tho Volksblatt offlce where a great ovation was tendered Mayor elect Markbroit Result In Dayton- In Dayton tho democratic organization stood for saloon regulation as be tween prohibition and unlimited 11 cense Tho former was represented by Pearl Siglor backed by Uio church forces and tho antisaloon league The latter was tho attitude of Mayor Cal via D Wright rep backed by tho po litical workers and tho browery In terests The victory stems with Edward Burkhanlt tho democratic can ilJdxtp In his success Is enfolded the defeat of Chairman Charles nioscr the Taft loader and City Engineer Robert Kline who stands for tho For aker cause Both ore In one red burial blent I Taylor ReElected San Francisco Nov GEarly returns Indicate the election of Taylor the democratic nominee and present mayor and Langdon democrat who prose cuted the grafters as district attor ney by safe majorities REBUKE TO REED SMOOT Was Anti Mormon Victory In Salt take ltyISalt Lake City Utah Nov 6Tho American or antiMormon party won Qolfsinthlaford as mayor The result U regarded as a repudiation of United States Senator Reed Smoot the tIght over whosa seat in the senate on the ground that he was a polygamist having attracted national attention The vote broke all records for this city Mr Branford the incumbent laving practically a walkover against Richard P Morris the democrat and Charles G Plummer republican I One of the Incidents of the day was the challenging of Senator Suther lands citizenship He had to swear la his vote CORTBLYOUS VOTE Was Cut In a Livery Stable After saving Roosevelt Hempstead N Y Nor 6Tho most distinguished voter hero was Secretary of the Treasury George B Cortelyou who came on from Washington with the president Secretary reached here at presli proceeded to time polling place In Dlfr riot No 12 a small building forming part of a livery stable where he voted ballot No 136 As ho entered he nodded pleasantly to the officials and others sad procuring a set of ballot vanished into a booth He seer emerged voted and quietly left the polling place I END OF CAMPAIGN Oemocntlc Rings Desperate Tricks Deal with Liquor Men Exposed Tho finish of tho campaign was one of tho most exciting In recent yeah and showed that the Democratic ring was driven to desperate tricks to try to save Its ticket and that It wouli not stop nt anything which might help It The Republicans were confl dent ot the votes ot a majority ot tin cItizens but many of them JudgUi by past experience doubted whether there could be n fair count The first move ot tho Democrats which showed how hard they wen trying to prevent the Ropubllrani from voting was to challenge hun dreds of voters thruout the state Is this precinct alone they challenged nineteen Almost all of those wino citizens who had eVory right to vote but all wore put to the expense and trouble of going to RIalimond bofon they could get their rlgiits Similar nation was taken In Losing ton where several hundred men will ohaltengcd most at thorn unjustly and In many other preolnoU similar eiia lengoa wore sent out Tho unfairness of this can easily bo aoentho dls fraaaulslng of a man just because he Is too poor or too busy to go to tin county soot And the plan Is svn when wo think ot what the result would be it oven five votes In onoi precinct were lost this way I Ot course there wore the usual piano to violate the law V train load or repeaters was sent from Indianapolis to Louisville to help elect the saloon candidateTyler and nuth things were being done in other places A serious and late blow wa struck at the ring when tho Antl Saloon League officers Issued on Sunday A statement that affidavits had been given them that a deal had been made between lager and tho saloon Inter esto that there should be no antisa administrationIThe only that the the affidavits had been given them The president of the League did not like the way the in formation was given out and resign ed but no one could deny that the affidavits had been given and there was no effective dental ot the truth of the charges In them It is thought that thus exposure cost linger many votes BEREA1VOTE- B rca gavo about Its usual Republi can majority last Tuesday In spite of the attempts to disenfranchise some of tho Republican voters Judge Bur nanx received the highest number of votes on tho state ticket getting 17C Willson got 173 and most ot tho rest of the Republican candidates the same The head of the Democratic ticket got Cl making the Republican majority 122 Mr Sullivan the Dem ocratic candidate for Assembly who was not opposed got 18 complimentary Republican votes so that both parties had a hand in electing him and it Is safe to say that he will represent all the people In the county Madison County Is to be congratulated on hay ing two such representatives as Judge Burnam and Mr Sullivan nnd already there Is talk of having them at the head ot their respective branches of the legislature- In the town election the Republican candidates all won easily There was a great deal of scratching but most of It evened up Tho exposure of the attempt to beat Mr Scale resulted In thereIto bring him well up toward tho head ot the ticket Tho vote was C H Burdetto 1G3 S It Baker 1C5 E C Scale 171 R II Chrlsman 177 and J W Stephens 177 WAS A DISTINCT SHOCK Two Young Women In Maine De scribe a Scarcecrovt Who Retaliated IT1O Auburn young ladles have not yet recovered from the shock they re ceived when out riding the other day Oh did you ever see anything so funny exclaimed one to her companion AS they rode past a big farm I should think the crows would be scared anyway by that thing That scarcecrow Iia good imitation of a human being but Oh It Is so stiff and angular and did you ever see 1drtlIswaist but Ohle gods and little fishes did you ever see such a hat Strange Interrupted her companion how they managed that hoe the scarecrow holds It as natural as life and say sanaay On yourbestgarden shouted the very angry scarecrow to the great consterna tion of the Auburn young ladles and to the no small discomfort of the gorse for it was a hot day and he objected seriously to being urged so rapidly over the ground Lewlstoo journal W J Lead II Very Narrow i Trenton N J NOv GTho returns show tho election of Frank S Kvtzen Brach demt an governor ot Now Jersey but his lead Is very narrow over Fort rep itss than 1000 votes separating them Frank S Katzonbach enjoyed tho horror which comes to tow men or- Iftlng elected to high omco on Oita birthday Ho was born in Tren ton on November 5 18C8 and was therefore Just 39 yours old Tuesday teglilature Remains Republican Now York Nov Oln New York city Tammany ticket Is elected by about 30000 pluralty In Brooklyn the McCnrren ticket Is probably elect od by a narrow majority In New York stAto Bdwnrtl 15 ami W41lnrd Bartlott Joint nominees of tho demo crats and republicans are elected and tho loslslsUiro remains strongly repub loan Republicans ReElect Governor Boston MaN Nov CCurtls Guild Jr republish rceltateil sovnrnor br MOOO morality over Henry M Whit ney democrat with Thomas L Ills MB fcUlstttiNlMt lewjrue a dose third John D Moron Imloixjndanco league reutetad dfrtrk nttsroey ot Suftoiit county by 20000 plurality Blow For the 00 Po Ptttsbunr Ps Nov 0 Mlwjheny county width laM always beret known as the republican Mron hold of Penn ylvnnln porhsits Its iiiMt pronounri l ropubUoan district In Ue country tall ed to eoth8 up to Uin record In Tues days election The majority for Sheath ropuWtaan candidate for treasurer will not be over 11000 Instead of 40000 Uio usual rewbU an majority MayorCoylnutos 1Craig rep was eJeotml tntyor of Cnr Ia ton by A majority approslmaUnj gob but general council will be dnm oaratto by 10 or U to G to 0 A ma jority democratic candidates for city otnces appear to havo boon elected by small majorities- OUR NAVY NEXT TO BRITISH Statistics Show United States TonnaQe Greater Than France Washington Nov GAn InloreaUn Btatomont showing the relative order of warship tonnage of Uw principal powers has boon compiled at tho oftlca of naval Intelligence which li Intended as an answer to frequent Inquiries of societies nail poisons throughout tbo country who havo manifested an Inter ret In tho maintenance of the navy and ita relative strongttimnd importance The statement shows that according to the tonnage Great Britain letvls tho world with a tonnage of 163311 the United States following with a tonnage of C11C1C Franco third with L ton tutjco of 609075 Germany Fourth with a tonnage of 629032 Japan next with 1 a tonnage of 371701 and Russia Italy and Austria following in order named However woro tho war vessels build tag now completed tho United State would bo third In tho list with a toner of 7717G8 following closely Fraser which would bo second with a tonnage of 810112 and Great Britain the loader with 1821610 Tho other naval powers would stand In the same relative position as they do with their tonnage of today al though oath would show a very sub stantial increase Figures Show Decline Now York Nov Gn1o lightness of tho money markot Is reflected In tho monthly report of Col Edward Fowler appraiser of tho port ills flares for tho month of October show an approx mate decrease of over 13000000 In the values of Importations compared with tho same month last year Paris Helps London Paris Nov 6rRlo Bank of Franco made Its fret shipment of gold to the Beak of England in order to relieve the tension there caused by American dranand H Y DEN CITIZENS BANK 4 F Transacts general banking bitttacsL We bivlte you specially fco place at least a portion of your account wlthrJ at wbether urge er snail a J1I Is- HYDltN KY ENGINES BOIL ERS SAW MILLS REPAIRED York Promptly Returned ONNMOS Lses stir lfy rWhy Pclltlelsns Slesfirs Crazy people never act together de dares the superintendent of a largo asylum for the Insane U one inmate attacks aa attendant as sosaetlmM happens the others would look upon It as BO affair of their and simply wateh it out The moment we dis cover two or more late working together we would know they were oa the road to recovery i1 L IHES I DENT S OFFICEi KyXa Ivrlnyt mJOAWN ON xoxnAS xorranrn ANh Tim WARNING WIHI HSS In III NIt ILrIT1C1NNJ1IU1U1JJ Till COUNT IlDO Fairs Want Whiskey It BackIn Richmond UaW TheKill This Deceptive Cdimty Petition Richmond MKy Vbtfc Wet RoatoveYrilar Name and Save JNot Only Richmond but Your I CoUttty FVott City Saloon Ddniirialidn aha Damnation aboutr0drate local option election on the same day all hoping to carry Richmond wet regardless 9ftho result 6f tho separate county cldction Of the 1272 petitioners probably GOO are negroes Of the 438 names on tho Richmond petition 188 are negroes and 250 whites Many goad on the county petition declare they were misled into signing it believing it fobeaj o tt to make the Bounty as well as the city ry t6 the question I What is the object of another election Mr John Sexton exdaldonkceper said that it was tovdtc Richfhbnd WET This fact Was concealed from every countryman opposed to saloons whom they induced to sin the petition for another local Twenty citizens of VnldyVi W publicly charged that their names had been secured by misrepresentatiorls and promptly withdrew frdm the misleading petition every true friend of law find order and a dry city and coun ty SlitJuId rdfUse their tools and defeat the dark trick of these men by ordering thcirtinm stricken from these are known I TO BE FATHERED BY THE BEER AND WHISKEY RING OF KY TAKE YOUR NAME OFF BROTHER DO IT NOWI tw tu The Bogus Petition tho countn TO THE HON N B TURPIN Returns u COUNTY JUDGE OF MADISON COUNTY ricuituro on yE the undersigned legal vbtersof Precinct of Madison Coun i total leis Kentucky respectfully petition thatyou ad County Judge i filaidCoun f avetp ty make an order on your Order Book directing an election to behdld in said county on the day of December 1907 directing theSherilT ofsaid county on said date to open a poll ht each and Ml of the voting places in said county for tho purpose of taking the senstfof the legal voters df said theIbartered or loaned therein It is further petitioned that therJSUlt of said election shall apply to druggists Witnessoursignatures sUr J In front of a name showr tho party Votes in Richmond It was Imp 6110 to IACl ideslgnata the 600 negroes KSrlOOWorciwmcsoff w fl kill the petition J fAnrllnJJI I Alcorn Jonah Aiblll A- Albrana1i Trj Albrans Turner Asbnry J MI ArhaattongetVIl Anderson bbAsherR T Amerine MA- AnsIlDTbel kAsb JPJ- S Axblll J IL Adams TC AbhsrJbhn 1lbherMtiI Aculan A 0I Abn rJ T Abrfsr YHHam Adst3eJewe Atbell CB I Adams JD Ape Wallace Arnold Richard Ades john Age Luther AitnrtDrown Thos- BrandenburgI Wilson t Drlnt 0roVer Bryant0eorxe D Bennett Bob Bennett Albert Horton Arch Burton William DrandllburarWUUamDrook Bowman CC Baxter P D Blythe Howard rB nn ttM6 bert Dod C Do Beasley Ike flBlsbop Hoary I Drumback Martin Burton J B- 4BalferW N BSwllnfBleYCns Darns Qreely 1VuDroaddusrlehllVrfe Brock Elza D O KBbeeIJEd Drock 0 D Dryson WL tUskirtulT Drink J D- 4DertyLF M Beans Fred flrbneton violin- BroaddusMtlo Bogle Albert Bremplon W L DIck iJai Breck At F IWunitleld SD BinnadecJrge Brbaddus Howard Jr Burton Uta Bybea Chas BybeeiClaud Brooks Tom I Drown Ell MBailew D B Heat Perry Broaddus Albert N I Do ts J6bn Bates Charlie Bands W W BentUy WaN BalltfiierArch BsrrrrB+ iicaac aru l 7 Bennet Den Bergman late Bro k JWB- roaddue Philips- Bcnton I Jnrio Bogle R x Brooks Chas Barnes Ioyrd- sBroaddueJk Ben ge Irvin Brooks Jamca Bowler Dock Bowles RKV Black Charles Bronston Jake Bonney W W Black Presley Brbaddus rVVf Barnes XE Bronston Oeo Boone heck Burner Claronco Baker Scott- Drockman I Jim I BaugtimanVlfgil Daker J A Rooter Ed Bressler John- S Bush Joo Ballard Sam Bollard Waiter Ballard Robert Ballard Lyman BrbaddusRobt Blythe Jai n- DurnltmJc Barns W M Bruner Root Bush Harrison Bond John Bond George Blythe David BuroaWETutt Ballard Chas Burnam John x Bradly O F Brtaddus Inn Bdwlln Jdhn W Bush W W Bates A Li Baht6nLR BuVijlsPfercy Bates Monroe x Bentbn Joe- BehtonItlce Brooks Shelby Bartley Wm Diy Henry Drown Brutus flush Jas H Blythe William BiirtonV O- BakerjbhnF Browning P M F Daesjohn Thomas Broaddus Nathan Drowning Arthur BrandenburgHlelvin Barnes Charley Bentley Alex UrantJA J Broaddus JohnI1 BlevlnsrCfaas Bogle Albert Baker R B Dowrer W A Brlmm T BrumtieldJune I BtamftfedSrBlithe Morgan IDeman Jordan John Burdett H H Burrnett Bruce Dlevlns Alfred lBlevlns Cua v Starr I 1 ti Burnam C Burnam Henry Bengo Warren Baxter E D Boggs Archie Caylor Sam Cozens Ben Clem Bill- Caylor Chas I Cruse Alfred Combs V R Chancy Gco- Cutslngcr Jess Coats Joseph Call DC Dug Clark O C Chenault Letcher Chenault David Chenault Casy Chrisman S B Coller Autbuyf Conner Sam Cook Henry Cook J 8 Crcekmore II O Clay D T- Covington Everett Curd Isham Cobb William Coyle C K Cleary JECrooke J W Chenault J D Cornelison Pal Covington 0 0Curry Farris Carnts W M Connlol Wm Cruse Jack Cruso John CreswJobn Cifrtslnger J E Coats Reeco Carncs Garretv Covlngton William Cornes F itCoats Jeff Chenault Tiff Cffrry J U- CuzkkRobcrt Clines Tom Cuilck JB lCobbJW Crawford Chas Cook Arthu- rChlbaultJlm Creekmore W M tChaiuJers D Cole Dan ClayRobert Cornelison Ih W4 Chenault Herndon Campbell Jones Corhellsbn Ernest Cox J- Cornelison E C Carpenter P T Chenault Robert Collins Howard Cain EB COUlbS Will ConerjJD Clay Bird Cruckcr Stephen Cain Roe i Cain D1I- 1Callam D B Callamj D B Jr Callam Dane- vdallam A Collins WlHta- CJlay Robert J Church Drown OhenWJtllMtiwJ CarrierlMriJ- Carger Latee C r1 Clau- dClawul I t BEWARE S pPtementThetCitlztnNof 7t19GP l Cornellson Chas Clouio William Chambers Willis Oovlngton Ed WlCurry Curry Martin Carlo Rico alt by 0 II Lyons Cbanault JTCollins MA Curry Frank Combs RC Calor John Color Jim Combs RD- Chennult William Clem Jim Craig Henry Cornelison n C Christman Sun Cornelison YL Clem B So Creed henry Casay Elmer Carnls Duller Cain Richard Chenault llrutua Chenault Daniel M Carpenter X 0 Cox Doglo Cbcuault Ernest Coats William Curtis Jesse- Covldgtdu John CoYnellson W O Clark EG x Clark R Cbcuault Henry Carson James Can Henry Collins Samuel Cob RaymbndC Cruso It FR Carlisle Den- Cbtlslman Leah Coney Gilbert Curtis J A Crowley C J Campbell Lonza Chuntzcns Samuel Chambers Juno Cabipbell Toni Chambers Den Carpenter 00 Chase WE- Ourtsinger Louts Clark John- Caywood Sow Clay Madison Coffey Isaac Chenault Wyatt ChenaultRobert Cox Bella- Dlckersbn D Davis Moso DurbinJnmes DcnnyJoseph DIckerson Newton Denny CH Douglas Boy- dDoughoretyM Davis J W i Duncan Cleo Dllllngham Mote e Duncan V6rth Duncan Albert Dobrouaky A Davidson James Dunn II R Dozler n C Davis Isaac- DeatherageSam DtlllnghanvJbhn CDillingham Arch Dunn Arenlo- Dellltighlim Jim DevbroClaud Devdre Fred DovOroSell DevtfreTom DevbreWro Sr Del reWmJr Deatherage Ceo DuiihanvWm Dcarrluger JC Davis FrAnk DaugbcrtyBen J Delllngbam Walter DargaVcllfHtigti 1 Dllllngham James Dudley M- Dearrlnger J W Doe R D Deny J D DozlerWW DawsbnHenry DurbinEdDurbin tDoty Chris Davis M Deny Den Deny James DanlclsiJllsons DIxon Ellis DezarnjSlm Davis Cf V- Dcathcrago JVNV EvanlpkS Estill Jako East Cal Evan Duste- rEdsterE1 H raklheVm EnrlghtMlko Edwards WAT EstlllfHadon Embry J J t Estill Cbas English Mat Erce Burker Eatljl Henry Ewing Alex Estlll PW Evens hue lard Edwards Vl B- ElllngtonXEdd EdwarisJ H r English Henry Ustus Hose Emlll Hayden Sr Engleton Chaa lrolloy John M Fits John Fife Ike Fox Frank Fortune John FrltU John Fender J Fox Texa- sFowlcrJM I Fox John Francis Was FosterAreyFox Fowler J N Francis Simpson Francis Henry Farrell J H Flood Michael Flnncll Joo Fifo Jonas Finn Green Forbus S C Ford Nasp Flora D E Fnrls StovekFarris Cbas Friend George Fife Ed + Fleas D D fife Buster Flelchunn John Gains Willies Gains C M Gulnn T J Gentry Merrill Gott J S i Green Will Gott A S Gilbert Bob Gentry Wade Green Sam Green R Gentry William Garrett L O Gllmoro J P Green II AIGutdrldgc Ceo Galloway Dock Golden J W Green James Gay R P Gilbert Jack Glllcn n- Oabbard Green Green MatIGreen H A Grubs Wills Gentry J H I Grinstead GT Gentry John Gr Instead J C GoodlowJimGess Gilbert J P Grubbs John Glbbert Lark Garrett W L Green James Goodlek William Coins Bobby Garrett Connard Coins Jack Giles II N Goer Hugh Golden Spud Hill Howard Holt Grayson Harlow John Hall A 1- 1Hendrick George HIsle Horace Hlcnlte James Hardtn Abber Hlsle Andy Henry J WIHurt lIenlT- HackerWln Harris Claud Hanck Hence Hamilton WtHamton Wade Hill Nathan Hume 0 D Hill James Holland M EK Hall 0l- Iendrlx Curt Hayden Everett flumes Ed Hagan Toni Hill1 Reuben Hudson R n Hayden JD Hill Joel- Hendrlx Elmer Hill Dock Harvey Henry Harvey Squire Hill Newton Hatter William v I Hill Twyman Hill J M Harrison Ralofgh Harrison Jed arrison Jeff Hogan Howard j Harris JohniHarlow OeoIHarvey OreenJHorton G W 11111 Stephen lirHill JoeIHamilton Day Harvey I Harer John Hurt T S Ham Wm Hughes Hadam Hutcheson B Hopper Samuel Harris lien Hill WyattiHarris Howard I Hayne Claud Hazelwood Powell II It has been discovered that over 100 names appear td be in the same handwritings About Omen who can not siprp their ownnames are on the listwithout witness es Notify yourneighbors if their namesafeon petitions Hazelwood J F J Hurt Cecil Hombrook RB Harrli Ed Hugley John Hueley Mike- lIazclwood L Hacker Jos S Harris Oscar- Hockaday FrenchIHockaday John Hockaday Den Hockaday Sam Hugley Stephen Huguely J K Holley B C 11111 S- Barris Smith Harris Jim Hocker Bill Hall Ed Hall McClellan lull Claud Hlsle C C Isaacs W D Irvan Chris Isaac Frank Ingraham J N Jones T J Jackson Grandleon Jones J D Jones J B James H C Jackson Walter Johnson Mack Jameson W T Jackson M Johnson L W Johnson J IL Jackson F F James Chas- Johnson Green Jackson Jeff Jackson Charley Jood John M Jackson Herman Jackson D D Johnson Charlie Jones AndyJJohnson Robert Jones Taylor Johnson RichardIJohnston Sam DIJones Wallace Johnson Howard Jones William Jennings WilliKelley JamcsIKelley Jesse Knatzar Jessie B Knatzar W IL Klnnard Ed Knatzar Walden Kersey James Kelley Woodson Kaylor James Kersey Harry Kelley Jasper Kelley Leroy Kelley John KelleyrAmos King J D Kelley C FyKinnard ILCyKeen J S Keith Thomas Knox Frank Knox Marion Knapp 0 D Kidwell H Kelley Robert Keatam James Kelley M- KentheDen Kelley Fred Kunk A B Kidwell Orle Kelley Granvllle I Long Mllley Lowery John Lowery Sidney Lowery W S Langford sALeavell Walter Lorlsch EmilefLucas Coo W LUvett Willie Lovls W F Lewis D IL Louder Isom Lucas Sam Lewis John Langley J R Land J D Liles Kellch Llles Jiff Lane Wm- Lower A H + Land Chas LedfOrdJ B- Montgomery Walker Morgan John ct Million Sid Miser Henry Mason Wm Monk Mr J McCreary Speed Mink AB Mersbon Geo F JMer8hont Jno A McKinney John t McCann PB McBride JJA McBride James I Motley L Million John Moore Chas i Morgan James MellomeJessMooreJames r Moody 0 MIMiller George I- Moran Jaeob t- I j Maupin Andraw- lCcKlnneYGrant Mundy JOhn Moore H C Mooro J P Maupin Julian tilller J JC Meeks May Munday James Morris J K Mathely Coo Million David Masters John Moore Bob Million Hainan Motley David Masters A Motley Jalson Masters Perco Masters JohnA Masters William MontgomeryC Merritt W M Miller Thomas Moore George Monton Ben Morton Elbert Morton Dock Martin Chas Morton Frank McEmmlsChasFlj Motley Martin Moore Curt Million Wash Mink A E Mahaffey Sidney McHome A McHome John Munday Jack Miller Reuben Moran Jack- McOulre lit F Munsey James Munday Dan Moberly W H Moore J W Mitchell 0 D Miller wmIMoore J W- McKlnney DJ t Munday John 31 Miller Wyatt Murry Luther Mitchell J E Miller Robt Mourning DavidrMathers Lucius Marcum W tT Moore RS McKinney Harrison Morgan L C Moore W IL MIddleton Seattle xIMcGee Wm iMayhall HC r iMoberly Charley Morgan D M Monday Scott J Masters Oeo Jr I IMunday Joel Miller RobertnMunday RichardIMonday Alllo J Masters W M Masters Alex Masters S L Million T E Moberly Harry Marlschen Ceo Moore Ben Moore J W Miller FredA Morgan JFUtchd J D Mink James WcClanahanrDiP Miller John Martin Irvine Morrel John n Meyers WE McGinn TJMuyers RobertiH Mlller Wlll McCulIonvR D MlillonOW Meeks Chas Meeka Sam Meeks John Million Den Moore Edd Miller Archie Miller W M I Miller JohnDIMartn Silas Moran Fleldren Miller rAndy Miller Chas iMopln Chas Mun4y JimivMlltonRtbert 1dllllklnn CrMcWharter C G Muncyt NJ Masters JEcF Masters A0eo Mary WM MartlnS H Myers Dennis McK1neyV Lair Million McCreary Milllon7Green YulldByrDAVia McHord Ras ewbyVlI1ImNewbyJame Newby Coy It NeUonEvT NeffiHarrey N wbyDuster NewbYIAlbertI 1NlekrBOn NeM C Newman Noland JllUanINoland Jno Nelson Moae Oldham WtuuiWldsklyj OyWWkBIOldham Zack Onell Will Oldham Chas r Osborn Frank Onoll D- Oldham W B Oldham Ephriam OConnorTOglesby Oliver Leslie Oldham Sam Pitcher Thoa Parks Milton Philips Gerald Phelps Frank Phelps Dan Phelps B JL Peters Mike ParbWB v Powell TY Palmer James Payne Alexander Phelps George Phelps Will Pattle C D Powers D F Powers L O j Palmer Harry Parks H H Perkins David i Perkins Bryant i Perkins John Perkins Mc Perkins F J Perkins Coo Parish Frank- IPortwoodJoe Perkins Cleveland t Potts James Phelps Dan IPowell Joe IPlttman E i IPlttman JK Partner Ike Peel Robert Phelps Thomas IParks Gabriel Parks Leonard IParke Jim Pigg Datle Parks Mat- iPritcher Willie Prather Walter t iPrather William JPrather William Jr Powers L J Thelpa Thos Peyton Frank Peyton Robert Pot J H Peyton W Prevltt H TIPowell i Pamcr Perkins Powers Powers DavldIPrather Thomas Portwood Henly Perlman J Parks Qeo Prltchet J3Patton Aaron Parvell Ollie t Perry HenrjrX Palmer Allen J Palmer John M Qulsenberry J1R Rhodus Mar- l1UchardsonarC Roberts Lyman V Roach Ed 0 Ramsey R M iyReynolds Arthur Reeves John Roberts W C Rice Robert Ronyan Clarke Roads Robert Rice John T Kallens W W Ross Bam i Rhodes J W Reagon Silas Robison HHugh Roberson WrJrRayce S RfReagon RaybornJW iRoyee Rice 1 Runyons James Ridd1eaW W i JlundyWllllamT Robcrson haIRiybom W B RetdAader1l8Bj s IRtceXNwk t Rlngo W Nj1- IRobertse fRopplBap RoseNeisoa Roberts Lev Jt Rayson J W tiReeveaWlll I JIudyiBbb rRlffe + Ben l Riec1 rV JtaybornC M- CRegera W- mt RobtdeClift Reeves Mike Riddle JanaeaB Rob rdsDmn Rehaldson JW + IRlchardeosDeb I offi4 T I HO1pptement Citizen Nov 7 1907 WARNING T i nllContinued from other ride Roberta V P Roberts Claud- JUcbrdaan Owen Hoop Carl- Rboden Irvln Rhodleslohafoul Rout Joe- Rhgdlt W M RbodlM Alfred Rhodles George- Blchardeon Babe S Ross Tommy RodeB Tom Rodcs Mat Rhodes Frank Bodes Bob- Robinson Tom Rhodes James Rhodes Walter Rhodes Green Ross Anderson Rogers WM Ross Robert Richardson Ucene Rice I J- Reynolds Harry Roberts Bob Rhodes Buford Shearer Grant Settle Geo W 1Shlfflet Dee H C Smyth J D r Shearer Jack Smith IShepherd Joe Shearer William Sims J It i Smith Will j Stone H Clay Sentere Lee Shark Chas Simmons Ed Shackelford Jim Sham T A Stevens J a Stmms W IL ShackelfordJT Shafhausen Joe Shelton John Stone William Stayner J H 1Settle William Settle J HtSame Stevlngton R W Shimett Ellott StlllJ F Smith H Shearer Henry Shlfflett I R Shearer Will Schooler Will Stone Henry Simpson W J Smith Janice R r Stewart Henry Schooler Will Smith Gloster Stephens R A Stephens W a Sew 111 I L Storms A Skinner W F Smith David M Smith Joe Smith Tom cola Short L J E J ISowers S M J W J Sanders Brute Singer Willie Short Nute Stafford Yancy Stevens Wlllltm Smith EdI Sexton J E Smith SJ W Shepherd Harry Smith Richard W Shearer Beard f Settle John Sblfflett John 1 Smith Will Smith C- Stillmant qI Shears George Sims James Smith Ike ShSfflett DuSowers J L Stox Lee Sowers E M Smiley George Spper W C Stone Geo C Stanton John Stone Thomas Smith F S Stone Chas Bibbs Jos T Sowards C IX Slmpon John A Sims William Smith W D Shroeder Harry Smith John Smiley Clary Smith Joe Taylor Jake Taylor Morgan Taylor Schuyltr Twine Col Wm Tudor Rueben Tudor A B Taylor Lyman Turner Ben Tudor Simeon Tatum George Thompson A E Turner Joe Turner Harry Tevis Garfield Tatton Sam Terrill Ed- Thompson W J Thompson JE Tevis Garflold Todd A- Thompson Geo T Turpin LC Tevis W S Turner William Tie Irwin Tribble E Owen Taylor Garnet Tevls R Tevis W Tribble Henry Tevis Charley Todd Mut Todd Mart Tevis Mat- Turner Lewis Turney Will Tevis Mat Tate C Tate P A Tate O V A Taylor Will Tuttle W n- Templeman 0 C Tower W I Tomlln Henry Troad T H Turner Wm Turner James Taylor Milt Taylor Lyman Tlllette Will Terrlll Robt N Talem W B Thompson Elmer Turner Harry Thomas J W Todd Rhodes Turner James Taylor Wit Taylor Lyman Thomas James Thomas R G Tlllett Louts Todd John Tettus Bennie Taylor WE I Trible Noah I Tevis Hugh R I Tribble J D Turner Sam Tudor Robert I Tevis Sam I Tevis W M I Thomas W A Todd Scovllle I Turnelr Chas Tuasey Frank Thompson J B Todd R Terrlll J P Turbin Willis Van Winkle J A Van Winkle Sid Van Winkle Bert Van Winkle Pleas Van Winkle July Van Winkle John J Van Winkle John C Van Winkle Johnnie Van Winkle Lewis Vaughn Leroy Vaughn Joe Vaughn W T Vaughn T C Vanderpool I D Whitlock WM White W M Whittaker Thos Walker Henry Wood F C White Dave Walker IL O White Raleigh Waters R J Woods Charley Whittaker Brutus Whittaker John Withers Howard V West Fletcher Wilder Alex- Wllllaml Rica White Cries Wilder DimplY WlllouKhty Carlo Wlllougbby John Wllloughby Carrol Wllloughby Talton Wllloughby Cecil Willoughby Cliff Wllloughby Everett Winging P L Watts Sam Walker Richard Woolum Joe Woolum Juno Walker John White Richard Walker Owen WoocryWard Woods J W Warrcll John A Walden Thomas Waters Chas Wilson W B White Preston Watts Frank Warner Burt Williams ploy White Walker White Nero White Robert Wells Shelby Wlgglesworth A Woods Ben- Whittaker H a Wright L- Wl11lams Fletch Watts Henry Walker Abram Willis Albert Whiskey White J Watts Tom- Warlord Thos Walker Ben Watklns L A Walker N M Walker W IL Watts Gilbert G White Gilbert Walker Frank White John Warren William Walker BenJ Wallace Frank Wilder Dlmpsy Walker Henry colored White J D Winkler Sid White Nick White Geo White Cane White Fred Watts Ollle Winkles Ben Williams Merritt IL Woods Cyrus Wlthram Thomas Walker Clarence Williams Oscar White Jack White John F White W H West W L White Wm White Jim White H C Wlllcott William White Ben White Henry Watson Joe Watson Len Watson Toad Wright G C Wright S A White C White Dea Warner Robert Williams Rico Wilder Allen White Chrlss Young W L Yates Will Yates Shelby Young D B Yates Charlie Yeager F J Yates Shelby Yates Buster FarmerstDemanded of Richmond Merchants That The SaloonsBe Closed They Were Closea by 148 Majority Keep i Them Closed Is Still The Cry of the County- WE the undersigned residents and voters of Madison County have determined that P our interests both and moral demand that tho Saloons of Richmond be closed highwaysthese son and often turned to fiends through your Saloons are a constant menace to these unprotected girls when in your city are subject to the temptations of the open Saloon and there first acquire their drink WE fanners the county pay 75 per cent of the taxes to maintain tho Jails and Courts that punish our own sons for crimes whice originate in the Saloon evils of your city Thus do we pay in money and lives and characters a terrible price which no amount of Saloon license can ever return As patrons of your schools your merchants and your banks and supporters of officeholders omce serkers we must declare that wo will not any circumstances- lend the endorsement our suffrage and support to a man who opposes us in this matter of vital concern Therefore we appeal to the Voters and Officers of Richmond as your friends to give 4 us all needed relief by for Local Option on March 12th 1907 stamping out Saloons politicians signed the recent bogus petitions read again what those 635 stalwart countrymen bytheI do you stand Show your colors like a manl j L r t 250 Whites and 188 Negroes i Want Whiskey Back in Richmond Below appear the names of 433 of tho voters of Richmond attached to a petition for another Local Option election their avowed being to secure a reversal tho vote of last March and the reopening of saloons in Richmond The scheme to call for tin election for the county is to deceive the people as they do not caro how the county votos so they Q to carry this city I They have secured tho necessary 26 per cent of the voters on the petitions but if thu good people will set to to enough names stricken off the petitions tho 25 per cent no election will bo called opposedtosooner To do so mean the voting of the countydry but what of that if III votud wetl Wo understand that the wholesale liquor dealers will turn heaven andearth to voto Richmond wet again and every farmer and his wifo and children should persuade as petitionsManyof the real object of the petition They were told that they wanted 1Ind190 Couuty DRY The City Petition TO TilE nON N B TURPIN COUNTY JUDGE OF MADISON COUNTY MadkonCounty ooythatto open a poll at each and all voting placos in said eount for the of taking the sense of the legal voters of said city arc qualified to vote at IM toqtion county omcors the proposition whotheror not rluoou e tt sbufl sold bartered or loaned therein It is further petitlonoo that tir result Afsaki election shall apply to druggists our signatures Adams Jesso Agee Wallace Arnold Richard colorft Asblll J J- Am rlne R C Abner John Abney M M Arnold Albert colored Adam T C Asbell J M Berry Everett Bowles W A Benna George colored Broadus Howard Jr col Ballard Walter S Ballard Robert colored Broadus Robert colored Burnam Jno C colored Burnam E Tutt Burnam John L colored Breck A F Bronston James M Beasley henry colored Bradly G IL Blythe J B colored Broadus Henry colored Bowles John W Bowles n W Bonnie W W Bronston Jake colored Barnes C E Boone W E Bronston George colored Boring J F Broadus WW Baker Scott colored Blythe John colored Brookman Jim Baughman Virgil Baker J A Bush Joe Boggs John colored Ballard Sam colored Broadus Oscar colored Bates Charles colored Best Perry colored Brumfield June col red Broadus Albert colored Bennett Burnam OharlesI Brumfleld S Bressler John jr Burnam A R jr Blanton LR utherford Brecklnrldgo Charley coL Bush Harrison colored Barnes W M Black Mat colored Benna June coloredIBurton James Bybee Charles Bybee Claude Ballard Lyman colored Bybee Dave colored Blythe Jason colored Black Charles colored Black Presley colored Bruner T Brunner Clarence Baxter Ed Bresler John Sr Brown Ell Dame T Ballard Chas colored Cobb J W colored Crawford Charles col J Cook Arthur colored Collins Samuel colored Coats William Curtis Jeso Clarke It- Covington John colored Cob Raymond C col l Chenault Burton colored Craig Henry colored Chenault Henry colored Carson James- Cornelison R C Creekmoro H G Covington Everett col Cobb William colored Coylo E C Curd Isham Clary E J- Cornelison W G Chenault Dan M Cambus Jerry colored Crooko Jno W Covington C C Creekmoro W Moreland Cobb J W Duncan Cleo- Davidson James Dunn H R colored Davis J V Duncan E Duncan Kath colored TIIIAVHISKKV Dudley Milton colored pllllngham Walter eel Deathorago George cell Duncan Willis colored Duncan Wllllo colored Derringer Jos C Devote Fred Dovorc Claud Devote William Dovorc Sell Devoro William Devoro Tom- Dillingham Hose colored Dllllnghnm Walker eel Davis Frank- Daugherty Den Dpbrosky A East Calvin Ersktn WlUIam Estill Jake colored Estl11 Hayden colored Embry J J Hvnns Duster colored Edwards W T Enright Mike Flora D 11 Friend George C Fife Bd colored Fire Duster colored Fife Brnwt colored Fife Ike colored Fowler J lL Francis Henry colored Perriai J T Francis Simpson colored Bstlll Haydoa Sr eolh Gentry Morlll colored Gentry Albert Gentry N C Gentry Martin Grlnstead J 0 Glblw Jackson colored Golden B F Green Robort colored Gilbert C T colored Green Will colored Grubbfl John colored Gott A S Garrett W L colored Gilbert Lark colored Guinbert Charley Gilbert David colored Gilbert Robert colored Harris Jeff colored Harrison Raleigh Harris Jim colored Huguely Jason colored Harris William colored Harris Louis colored Howard Rice colored Harris Loyd colored Harris Chas colored Harris HUHC colored Haley Luther colored Hurst S H Hamilton Day Hardln Albert henry J W Harris John colored lIam Wm Hurt Henry Hurt T- Hamilton M IL Hopper Sam Hill Nathan colored lull Wyatt colored Hampton Vado colored Hnr Is jlaudo Hushes Harland HaUck Hence Harvey I Hurst John H HicUer Will colored Harper W M Hood isathan colored Hockuday John colored Hiftle Andy colored Hoirls Ben colored H Hand W M Hart Cecil Hornl ook R S Illsle Shelby colored Harris John colored Irvine Cam colored Irvine Vulcan colored lrvjr v Ambrose colored Jonas W A Jones IL Clay Jones S D Jones Thomas Jones J B Jones Vallaceo Jones Wlllam Jarman Robccrt colored James Hoary Jones Andy colored Johnson Robert colored i J r JMHM TaleraJeliMUm SWB Dr JokBMH lltekanl JokHMH Jack James II aKMQ Own ooleroal KtJIy Fred colored Kuak A B King Jantov Ioresdy II F Kuns Harry H Keller JIC Kollor M Kuitiio lien 08lotttLa LtHtar Idle Milt IIILowg iUJor Loll Htary ootortd UM WIUtaiQ Leas W Q Urtta JW Lnlor A II Load CIIu LveljialterMys Menkoa JHO A Mar kon CJeonW P MoalRotawr c MwriU Y41 Mulct Jolla aMum J VIMoore Wm Miller will colored Moore crt colored Mooro flee eolorul Mrtln SllM IL MoMgomery Welker eoL MeCa n T R llltchcl Jo A Mandy Wits colored Muller Robert colored Moore Ooorso colored MorflHK J C Momtag Dvd ootoml MUlkHi Sy4 colored Mathos LuetaM colored Stereaa W F Martocnw Qeorst McOrthy Ju J Mltebo Jt D Mason William colored Moore R S colored itlhk M J MeCreary SpooU colored Morgan L 0 Moore 11man1colored Miller Will Mink A E Mlddleton DcattloI Martin Irvine colored McCollum It 0 Mlllor rites IL colored MeQlnn T J Morgan J P Myers Kobt II Moberly Harry colored McClriniilian D1coloro Maylmll H a- MoICanny Harrison McQIunla John M MoOannls OhM L Nelson Babe colored Nelson Oanl If T Nelt IlIIaryN- okuuI John colored Nelson Move KolRud James Oltwr Leslie OtilWtn SoiiHlo colored Oldbam Uphrnlm colored ouftii vnn- OhilMm Chas colored Oalgrn Frank Onetl Dave- OCouaor T Pewee Lawrence Power Jerry J Iraytttar Thomas Iortvtbod Hoary Porlman J Iark8 George Perry hoary L ItitUr Jams e PrflMHr ASderwn color PftrtMr Howard colored rMtott J J Pfcelpc S A Ihilntw JaaMt catered Part AlUUm scored Powel T Y IHwko MMUH colored PayM AhHt colored Peters Mike Primer Harrr colored Perks W It Ihcps lUebard colored l boJp WU1 Pkelps George colored IlitUo a D Powers Dave P I owrt Otto Reeves Will Udder JaHHe Itbothw JtAIonI colored Rife Jno M Rotor Wllltan Rhode John colored HoUrds CUff JtoUrd DM Itapr Deans colored Uooertson Jota colored Bidder Wm- Ilayborr W aflies park utond lunge W N Room Nols a Ropp II P Rtgrbora Otas M Riot a M Runyon Janice nOM W H Shopcird Harry colored Stepson Jolts colored ton Homo c eolored BEWARE Stone Charles colored Schroedcr Harry Smith Win colored Stanton John colored Stone Thomas colored Smith Fred S Shepherd Joe colored 81ms J 1C Shearer William colored Smith William Stone II 0 Sharpo Charles Bentres Leo- Simmons Ed- Bhnokelford Jim colored Bhackclford Jas T Shaw T A Stivers J D Stone William Stngnor J H Sims W IL Stovono William Smith Ed colored Sexton Jno E Samuels 0 D Stono F U coloredi Steel A L Shafhausen Joo Trlbblo Noah colored Tdvls Mat colored Tevls Hush It Trlbbloe 1 D Trlbblo W W colored Thomas W A Tavls Garfield colQredIIUWU Trlbblo Joe of rvnn Todd D R rtmounrM- Tcvls Charles colored toUtry tall Turner Charlee colored V In TUM Trlbble Henry colored Or ShllJfs ijTamphiJ Tomploman O 0 Trowors T H Tomlin hoary colored Turpin Albert colored Trowers W J J Todd W A Tyo Will colored Trlbblo Howard colored Tovls Sam coloreltVaughn W Voaeh 0 M Vaughn W S WInklor Sid White George colored White Cane colored White Prod colored Winkler Bon Wood Cyrus colored White W IL Walkor Clarence colored Williams Oscar colored White Nlok Walker Abram colored Walto Rolla colored Withers Howard colors Warford Thomas colored White Robert colored White Nitro coloord Wlcslotwortb A aWalker Rlehadr colored WUIfilng Phil L White Taylor West Fletcher White David colored Walker H O White J D colored Worrell J D Wright Leroy colored Williams Merritt H Warner Bert colored Ycagor F J colored Yates Charley colqrcd Yates William colored h Strike Our Names Off Is the HadSignednON TURPINSTRIKE OFF OUR NAMES NDGnE OF MADISON COUNTY COURTVALLEY VIEW KY00r mSTATE OF KENTUCKY Whereas a petitn to the VQtore of pJIwn County for the purpose of sccur thepsopievoters Vallo View and viofnity anti WMIeAI suchpmeanswe J fAS P D Harvey Alex DouglasSanders Flanery Garland Gibson Q W on Elsa PerkinsA a J Woods AttostIHhoadusJamos Williams AttestG M LyonsRico Cosby NamesSince deceived Into theirnamMantisabrletycount against local option ItnowLAW AND ORDER LEAGUE OF RICHMOND One MonthApril with 12 Saloons in Richmond Ky April Total Arrests 96 For Drunkenness 63 Fines 318 Jail Costs 124 4 MonthsJuly Aug Sept OctUnder Local Option 25August25October117ThereII 25 more drunks 1 r n i n u 1 80 more tines l 1 n u u iitI 7 more jail costs n Ir u u i JailOnJail Does Local Option Pay No I It does not pay the Jailor nor the theChildrenI v I Y I- OJ 1 11