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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ll PR ESI IJENT1 S OFFICF t I3EREA KY 1 BEREA PUBLISHING COvINCOIllOUATUD STANLEY FROST Manager Fnttmlat the Poet ofce at Ktnat Ky a wand dtiu mattmatltr flOne Dollar a No 20 I KILLS WIFE AND HIMSELF KINGSTON MAN FOLLOWS MURDER BY SUICIDE Woman Flys Into Road with Throat CutNeighbors Find Murderer Dying from Carbolic Acid He Had TakenHc Tried to Burn nuuas NEWS OF THE WEE Perry Gets First O KTown Wq StrangereTeddy Retried Killed but Isnt WAIT ON CONGRESS to precedent no Justice will take place on the Supremo bench made vacant by Urn recent death ot Juat1 Ilcklwm beroro Congress meets In I regular session next December All t the surviving Justices with one e- I coptlou were nominated for their posl tlons during tho secslons of Congress There la an unwritten law of t court itself for this and it la like to bo respected for it has been t1 IeIn J bO1toro practlco ot all the Presidents to ad Jutlco during tho recess of Congress Is that failure of tho Senate to con firm hla nomination would seriously Impair tho weight of any decision on important cases In which ho inIhave participated i PEARY GETS POLE Tho Natlona Geographical Society has voted a gold medal to Commander Robt EI Party for having discovered tho North Polo Tho Board of Managers ot the Society at a meeting on Nov 3rd ac copied unanimously tho report of U subcommittee of scientists who ex amlucd tho explorers records and proofs and found thorn to corroborate I his olafm of discovering the North polo The question of whetlicr or not nnrI other explorer had previously tho Polo was referred to a nubcorn I nilttco for Investigation RUMOR NOT CONFiHMEDco IIJtoqsoett gdayof tho country mako it evident thatE tho report was widespread Tho ropo rtof ron no be confirmed and is generally discredited Confidential information from a source whose reliability ron not bo Questioned was obtained hero making it certain that no tidings ofclose aiy inlnliap to Roosevelt had reached cd tula country by any of tho ocean cables WANT NO GRAVBVARD The leading citizens ot La Bean S Dalied r Indignation mooting on Nov Dth protesting against tho burial In or ns nr the city of tho body of L T Per klna fifty years old who wan killed two miles out oC town when his auto mobile was wrecked This town has no It gravoyhid and dont want any Pub He spirited citizens began contrlbut ing toward a fund to send the body to MollcUe S D 140 miles east to tho nearest undertaker this action was halted by the arrival of an tin dertaker from Mclctto to dress tho body This Is the first death in or near Lo Dean In tho fifty years It has been a town- STEINIIEIL PLACED ON TRIAL v Tho famous Stolnhsll coso which baa caused so much excitement in or Franco was called again on Nov 3rd before Judge Do Vallea In tho Aaslzii Court Madams Stolnhell In for her life charged with tho murder of her husband and niothcrlnlaw The alleged motive is found in tho defendants hatred for her motherIn law and n desire to rid herself ot her I husband in orfier that aho might marry Maurlco Bordcrol a wealthy i miirchail who had become infatuated with her The talent and attractive ness of tho defendant combined with the mystery of the murder and Mad It flume Stelnhclla connection with perbJ sons high in public life has created quite an interest hi tho trial CUMMINS SERVES WAHNINOtl1 The fight beteen tho Cannon crowd and time Insurgents will bo pushe- with vigor as Is shown by tho speechaof Son Cummins last Saturday cago Ho sola that Aldrich and his crowd could read tho insurgents ou tson ytof BAD WRECK Three men wore killed and 35 persons Injured 20 tulles from Knoxvlllo said yesterday when tho train which usually passes hero at 4 a m ran into n flee freight The men killed wero engineer filerce and firemen Lommera and Dow but mane The train did not reach hero till Into aftcrnoon delaying all mall but and other business noW K THE CITIZEN PeopleITho most horrible murder that eve countrKg nn eulcldan heavllrY for some time and was really in a stato bordering on delerlum trcmenia What took placo In tho house to cause tragedy will never bo known Tire ngdrat the neighbors know ot the trou lilt was a piercing ahrlelc and when 0tho rushed Into their yard they w ere horrified to see Mrs Mood fly from tho louse blood streaming iron addxta they camo up breathed hen last her throat having been cut with a hotrazor Horror was succeeded bylndlgnntlon the minds of those present and a little knot of men soon gathered Men wero surrounding tho house to capture tho murderer when smoke was seen issuing from the bull ding They rushed in and round 1the place ablaze but soon extinguish cd tho flames Thero was no sign of the suicide however until ono man heard groans from a small buildInG In tho yard On going to it the uncon sclous form of Moody was found Ho had drunk carbolto acid and die BuppooedIlhntbody in her home REPUBLICANS BEATEN Defeat for Our Candidates In State May Do a RebukeWhat tho 1Results Are and What They Mean P Has Great Opportunity Coming Soon torItton last Tuesday now that the re are all In Thoro Is one ray or loft for tho rut re and wo can ouiMlvo the meanohory pleasure hich oimun from wiyljig I told you when something we wero afraid has happened To sum up tho vaults briefly our party was beaten nil along tho line In couJtles whore we have had heavy majorities the gums toll tar orfIn counties too Democrats won overwhelmingly and In many places Independents won easily over regular candidates The Democrats will have about two thirds of tho legislature will absolutely control all leglsla tlon and they are oven likely to have 1 in their power to take all authority away from the Republican state officers In short Kentucky Republicanism is In worse state than has been for years and this tot lowing the glorlouo victory of two years ago and tho close vote on na tlenal affairs last year It Is plain that tho Republicans ot tho state have lost not only tho support ot those Democrats whoso help made the else tlon of WHIson possible but those in dependent who for one reason or another have teen drifting1 toward out standard It oven seems IIkeln Iilongscratched some ot them for thou first time in their lives IIthingstics For somo reason tho people love turned against our Grand Old Purty mill its candidates there been marked for slaughter In most nor nmlly republican counties only one 0 two candidates havo iron hit but hardly one even tho most rockrlbbed Republican counties has felled to give a rebuko to some regular candl so dale It tho Republican party Is wise will look into this carefully and seong In what It railed tako the ot first step toward thoso changes and Improvement which will win Lack deserved support of tho good cltl zons of tho state who are npw drltt It hadIs plain in tho fleet place that wo ve not kept the votes of hose indo pencenc Democrats who elected Will Practically all have gono hack hy There has been no recognition them by the party leaders Their services have not been repaid even with that s and many politicians have taken tho attitude of one who for to the editor = Wo have enough am good men In tho party to till every of ling and wo want em It fro Demo crats want to help its well and good ono there Is no need of doing anything for them Perhaps ho is right to this election makes It look like wo the couldnt got anything for ourselves M 1111 4 lLllnt1 doeslIkowiRoneeded spur to a maws mind to keep him moving r Theydidntgood time coming and as your follies have been punished before herover As we go to press it seems certain that the good roads amend dmoat has been defeated It is impossible for us to say how serious a set back to progress in Kentucky is the failure of this legislation and we somewhat blame ourselves for not working harder for it However since it has been put out of the way wo would urge our readers not to wait for another attempt to getit thru some time theirhomewill and individual citizens by getting together can do more Dont let us sit down and refuse to help ourselves just because the rest of the state will not help us It would doubtless feel good to our injured feelings but it would be shocking bad for our business intercststI fl tonrose up every in tbiii fine old state when the returns came in after the election We feel better now but we certainly felt bad then Anda good many men r goodTherechildhood certain childish feelings and manners which shame even old people some times A little boy will butt his head against the wall when be gets good andmador make as big a noise as ho can when be is happy And so even at what ought to be mature ages wo see men doing things which really differ only in degree from these Such a thing is swearing It is really n lazy mans excuse for not producing the words that really tell what he thinks Besides coarse cheap and blasphemous No real gentleman or real man dwill resort to it lie cau say all bo wants to in plain English And carelullythinkIt is true that it is a relief to a mans feeling to dosomelhing when hurt But a true man will take pains to see that that there is no comeback no bad result from the relief or he may only make bad matters worse When Lincoln was president for instance a member againstsand finaly advised him to write the other fellow a letter and tell him brougbttheletterFine finel said the President as ho rend it over Yop feel a good deal better now dont you Y hegetsitHeput the hot letter into tbefiro The Secretary was angry he tried to get his indignation against his fellow secretary back but somehow it wns Bono He couldnt bo so mad ngaiuriosave his life hull he finally wrote a very mild letter and saved a friend- A fine scrap was spoiled by that little trick of Lincolns but two men were saved by it And just so when any ofun needs to let off steam some better way can be found than either saying things ullinglangungeour own eyes Even if we are beaten at election onco in a while without their help And what Is moro most of these Democrats did not want office or plo of any kind but they did want good and useful legislation which weal put tho state along side her sisters And the Republicans spent the last session squabbling over time Scnatorshlp and lost tho chnnce to do gccd work Tho men who hoped for help from them have gone bnckIf neither party will do anything they would rMhcr bo Democrats Kentucky Republicans can only hold the help ot these men It they are better than the Democrats and there has been too much question about that point Bradlnys election while gratifying certainly did not help In this election In the second place wo have lost witfdefinite promlso to give county local option They did not do it and must take tho blame now That another item which must be charged to tho election of Bradley It can not bo said In defense cf these things that tho Democrats had control of the legislature Of wars thrwholo ground Thero wero enough I Democrats In favor of both county unit and ot other reform legislation I that if the Republicans had been willing or had used the same party authority that resulted In tire election Bradley they would havo done all that could have been asked Tho Democrats could not hero prevented f tho Rcpublcans could havo done it is tine tho Democrats could ve done all these things and did not bur the Republicans were In tho flst place specifically pledged to Continued on fourth page START FOR ENGLAND Pros Frost and his family started Monday morning on tho early trait Now York from which they exptrted to sell Wednesday morn at ten The vessel which will carry them abroad la tho Adriatic of the largest ships afloat After landing at Southampton they will g Hastings England and will speh winter at some place near there r Frost has been ordered by his doc 1eiA GCt tars to havo nothing whatever to do with ccllego affairs till his return lit r next September and his mall will be looked over to see this order is obeyed so that It any one tries to write to him on business they may ox pact to get their letter back without his seeing it It takes mall ten des to got there any way so it will mighty little use trying to refer mat ters to him Pres Frost and Dr Thomson went to Loultvllle late last week and there held a conference with friends cf the new Lincoln Institute and made arrangements for the contlnu anco of the work On Sunday afternoon a largo gather- Ing of faculty and workers of they meetfhperson A cnwd of some hundred wile boys gathered at tho station to b the president farewell After the irssinging God be with you he spoke few words of appreciation of the tribute which touched him deeply IJ WI DINSMORE WINS Owing to a mistake of the election Judges In this precinct the returns printed by The Citizen last week wero incorrect The vote as given for copn cli atoned S R Baker 123 votes and J W Dlnsmoro 122 Mr Baker winning by one Vote Threo of the bal byttho en tho two OC the ballots thrown out one was stamped at the head of the Republican column but not in the cir clo or any regular place This vote was li lost to Dinsmore Two votes stamped both in the clrclo under tho Republl can device and In that under the Citizens Ticket device wero dada cd Illegal for all officers in wink chor there was a conflict By some queer rcasomrg of the judges they had been counted for Mr Baker As a result of throwing out of these ballots tho vote stood 121 each and the Com Is stoners flipped a cola to decldo the result Mr Dlnsmoro won tho toss CHlldrend to numb j 9750000 hlr SEE A WARNING Leading Republican Politicians In Washington Afraid of Next Co gresslonal ElectionResults Last Week Taken to Indicate Dissat factionOther Results Washington D C Nov 6 1909 As usual after an election ever body In Washingtonlike the r ot the countryIs taking a good de i of time oft figuring up what the suits mean Politicians of all siz and kinds are busy in the corrido of tho hotels and the halls of the b government office buildings am many and various are the oplnlo one hears But there ore a few thin on which most ot the wise ones a agreeing and it is worth while to r view briefly a few of their conclu stonetyIn Now York one Issue was the con trol ot the police charged with al Ing tho white slave traffic ax protecting gambling illegal liquor eel Inc and oven robbery hold ups at other violent crimes For all these things Tammany was made responsible and yet the mayorallty nomin of her unspeakably rotten and flit organization was elected and will have the control of the police Tpemoral Issuo failed On the other hand the appeal to the pOcket- book won and Tammany will no longer be able to fatten on the spoils of tho 250000000 which the great city spends every year The reform fiscal officers of tho city were el ectedby a political trick it is trueand the Tiger will be without other food than that which comes from the sale ot vice and crime Ou these it will bed able to keep alive but taxes will be reduced an expenditures more closely watche- Money won against morals in the metropolis of the nation Reform railed in Phllidelphla and the machine the worst in the Rep ubllcan party carried the city easily Attempts were made there to cleanse both the moral and financial govern S ment of the city and there both fa edbecause the machine had given the leading merchants ot tho city fav ora in tho tariff bill it ia said In San Francisco Mr Heney the man who hai been spending thv best years of his life and risking his wholo life going after the roan higher up In corrupt politics was beaten by another fellow who pro mlsed not to prosecute Graft of all kinds Is endorsed and San Fransisco the most beautiful city of the Now a World will be left by Its on vote the most corrupt It has proclaimed ittelf the sate abldlngplace of vice to Cincinnati reverted to Cox the bops after a brief period ot refermthe Louisville also went back to the cor cltlb8Ihad or It is an axiom of politics that a ra- loft government will not win twl in succession unless It also has t backing of the dominant political machine And never yet has a regoes foim movement really gotten control of any machine In Cincinnati both Democratic and Republican leaders were against the reformers la Louis ule there is more than a hint of JJ1yClevelands repudiation of Tom slgnlilcaIdnt staThe severe cutting down of the Republican majority in Massachusetts was caused by a hot campaign on the UilfX issue by an independent RcpulMcan A majority of 60000 dropped in a year to 8000 and every important city went Democratic Only the solid conservatism of the farmer vote raved the state to the Republl cans This In brief was tire result ofethe election at tho critical points Ou tho facts ashore set forth every one is agreed and on the conclusions to drawn therp is pretty general consen These results era disappointing LJohneery good man and to ivory Repu can Particularly for the Grand Old Party they are taken as sounding a in 1warning if not heeded will swell Into a roar oJ violent repudiation at theIlgfaus hando of tire people They are tak as indicating dissatisfaction with gee the tariff issuo in the places when eand the new bill was supposed to get the greatest benefits nnd cause Hi ety mist pleasure nnd it is more than flue feared that when tho West always for tofu tariff and recently stirred beyond its usual depth gate a chance express its opinion on the raceUnbill it will sound a note mike the to their 000 ahContinuedif T o =r n 91 Knowledge Is powerand the way to keep up with modern knowledge Is to read 8 good newspaper I year that port that IIN OUR OWN irATE i Two Suits Aganlst Burley Society- n Flied by Former FriendsBreathittr1 Fuss Not So Bad as Expected j isMan Stilt Lives with Neck Broken RECEIVER ASKED O W Mc Mlllan and thirtytwo others filed a suit in the Circuit Court at Lexington on Nov S against the Burley Tobacco Drooks3t I1ndewlStlngl1rs cropsIdAGAINAnotherg c galasecomes old home of the Society Clark Coun and alleges about the same charge L as the other suit It claims that mon bodtordMERCHANT KILLED Albert Koch a well known Swiss merchant of hishYNov 4 and shot down Socqo unknownIrson called for him to to his store only a few steps fromthis residence and he was asisoon as ho reached his place ot busl ness His family hearing shots hur rled to the scene and found Mr KochIlying dead with a bullet hole in his head and saw his assassin fleeing QUIET IN BREATHITTAll is quiet in Jackson and the outlook Is so fair that tho authorities deem it unnecessary to keep the troops long er and the Cynthlana Company loft Lexingtondthe train left but a special car was I left for them The report that one of the soldiers of the Lexington Company was killed by a comradd is ngt truo SIGNSinco J C Blackburn has dec ared his in tendon to spend the remaInder or his days among his own Kentucky pgo 1316 and the friends of his boyhood lays This Is the first time startsrthe story of his proposed resignation as Governor of tho Canal Zone was published that ho has glvenlt practi cal confirmation KILLED WITH BATi At OwensIboro Delbert Osborpe aged sixteen killed Willla Corum seventeen years old by striking him on the head with ti baseball bat The boys were In the same room at school Osborne had mls i behaved and the teacher being unable punish him called on the Corum boy to assist After being punished Osborne boy swore ho would killjt Corum before morning After been closed the boy slipped up I behind hill victim and struck him with a bat causing his death hohetatlon against the mountain people j merrily on A former Berea boy has sent us from the West a chip ping with flaming headlines shout Bloody Breathitt and ing all the mountains there Newspaper eVldentJYblnmIaway can hardly iplaying up anything ex citing for the world has come to ex pact it but what shall bo said of the dollarsndof their native ates These lying stories of the mounitains come from the mountain themselves most of the timeno con damnation Is strong enough for mtychrLIVES WITH BROKEN NECK i br9k9hisfrom a tree but Is still alive His death is expected at any time however Sit down pencilpapercount cost of your Thanksgiving dinner Then tear up the paper and phone Bootie Tavern youll be there btGIVES BEREA 50000 Steward Kennedy who dlediX Kennoy who died of whooping cough New York Oct 30th loft be quests of more than 123000000 to re charitable and educational in sltuatloca The gift is the largest sin contribution of its kind ever made I the beneficiaries include lnatiturtlons In all parts of the country six in all Nearly halt of the twenty million goes to institutions connected with the Presbyterian church Only two Kentucky Institutions re cplvo a part of the bequests Deren receives 50000 and Central iversity at Danville receives 25 Berea feela better in getting ead of Central in this contest than we had wow a football game i I = = = 0 w+r J5PE1UN SMJJJ1 SYNOPSIS Murray Sinclair and bls gang of wreck ers were called out to clear tho rallroa tracks at Smoky Creek McCloud young road superintendent caught Sin clair and his men In the act of looting the wrecked train Sinclair pleaded In nocence declaring It only amounted to a email sum a treat for the men McHoud discharged the whole outfit and ordered the wreckage burned McCloud becam- ncqualnled with Dickslo Dunning a gir of tho west who came to look at th wreck She gate him a message for Sin clear Whispering Gordon Smith told President Ducks of tho railroad of oleClouds brave fight against a gang of erased miners and that was the reason for the superintendents appointment this high omce McCloud to board at the boarding house of Mrs Sin clair the exforemans deserted wife Dlckila Dunning was the daughter of the late Richard Dunning who had died of a broken heart shortly after his wife demise which occurred after one year of married life Sinclair visited Marlon Sin andMcCloudCreek bridge was mysteriously burned In fairly good order He overheard Dick Rio critl Bing his methods to Marto Sinclair A stock train was wrecked by- an switch Later a passenger tram robbedwothatYVhhrperingpenuloes Dill Dancing a road lineman proposed that Sinclair and his gang be Rent to hunt the bandits A stronger ape parently with authority told him to go ahead Dancing was told tho stranger wan Whispering Smith Smith ape proached Sinclair He tried to buy him off but failed Ha warned McCloud that his life was In danger McCloud was car ried forcibly Into Lance Dunning ence Dunning refused the railroad a forDlckeloaffray Dlcksle met McCloud on a trail to warn him his life was In danger On his way home a shot passed through his hat Whispering Smith reported that Du Sang one of Sinclairs Kane had assigned to kill McCloud He and Smit saw Du Sang Whispering Smith taunt ed Du Sang and told him to get out of Medicine Bend or suffer Du Sang seem to succumb to the bluff McCloud bl construction was taken from him cause of an Injunction Issued to Lance Dunning by the United States court A sudden rise of the Crawling Stone river created consternation Dickla and non appealed to McCloud for help Whiz Smith Joined the He an Dlcksle spent the In conversation Smith giving the girl an outline of his life In tbe morning McCloud took h men to light the river Lance Dunnln- welcomed them cordially smIth warned Dicksle of danger that Marion was In from her husband Murray Sinclair and Dlcksle was at once n tier guard In her friends Interests CHAPTER XXII Tho Man on the Frenchman Sinclairs placo on the Frenchman backed up on a sharp rlso against the foothills of the Drldgcr range and the ranch buildings were strung along the creek The ranch house stood on ground high enough to command tho count for miles up and down the valley Only two roads lead from Medicine Bend and tho south Into tho French iman country one a wagon road fol lowing Smoky creek and running through Dalo canyon the other a pack road known as the Gridley trail crossing tho Topah Topah hills and making a short cut from the Dunning ranch on the Crawling Stone to tho Frenchman The entire valley is In fact BO difficult of access save by th long and roundabout wagon road the sight ota complete outfit of build ings such as that put up by Sinclair always came as a surprise to the tray eler who reaching the crest of the hills looked suddenly down 1000 feet on his wellordered sheds and barns and corrals Over the Gridley trail from the Crawling Stone Marlon and Dlcksle Dunning rode early in the morning the day after McCloud and his men left the Stone ranch with their work done The trail is a good three hours long and they reached Sinclairs place at about ten oclock He was waiting for Marlon sho bad sent word she should come and hb came out of the front door into the sunshine with a smile of welcome when he saw Dickslo with Tier Dlcksle long an admirer of Sin clairs as women usually were had recast somewhat violently her opin ions of him Slid faced him now with a criminal conscousness that she knew too much The weight of the dreadful secret weighed on her and Tier responsibility In the Issue of the day ahead did not help to make her onlywasto the tension of her lips and her eyes The resolve to keep at every cost the promlsp she had given For DIcbsIe had fallen under the spell of a man even mor compelling than Sin clair and felt strangely bounden to what she bad skid Sinclair however bad spirit enough to smooth quit away every embarrass ment Bachelors quarters he ex planned roughly and pleasantly as haled the two WImen toward the house Cowmen mute poor housekeepers but you must feel at home And when Dickslc looking at his Indian tugs on the floors the walls and the couches said sho thought ho had little to apologize for Sinclair looked grati fied and took off his hat again Just a moment ho said standing at the side of the door Ive never been able to get Marlon over here before so It happens that a womans foot has never entered the now house I want to watch ono of you cross the thresh old for Via first time Dickslo moving ahead retreated with a Jaisb You first then Marion No UfsVsle you Nevrrl you first So Marlon quite nrf nnd wretchedly 111 at ease walked Into the ranchhous first B RANKfiSPEABMAN tt ILLUSTRATIONS BY ANDBE BOWLS aCOPYRtCNr r BY RscSCHOvEHS c50NS j Sinclair shono nowhere better than as a host When he had placed 1n toonm g of the house Then he made a ciceroni of himself and explained with run aloe comments each feature of his plan as bo showed how It bad been roomsef things Dickslo found herself making mental notes for her own use and be gan asking questions Sinclair we superb In answering but the danger of admiring things became at once ap parent for when Dickslo exclaimed over a handsome bearskin a rich dark brown grizzly skin of unusual size Sin clair told the story of UN killing bared his tremendous forearm to show where the polished clvs had 4kslenn e over to Crawling Stone ranch ta a souvenir of her visit I live a great deal alone over hein ho said waving DIcksIos continued fsv fusal magnificently aside as he move into the next room Ive got a few good dogs and I hunt just enough to keep my hand In with a rifle Dickslo quailed a little at the smile that went with tho words The men at least the kind I mix with dont taro for anythingypany you know theft he looking admiringly at Dlcksie Ive silvertiph dressing Marion It has a fine head Smithsons being dressed find mounted By tho way Ive forgotten to ask you Miss HowdDlcksie sitting on the piano bench Bravelyato our rescue with bags and mattresses and 100 men and ho has put in a re vetnent 1000 feet long Oh we are re dar river experts at our house nowt Had you any trouble here Mr SinclairrNo Frenchman behaves pretty well in the rock We had 40 feet of water hero one day though 40 feet Uiits right McCloud yes able fellow I guess too though ho and I dftnt hit it off Sinclair sat back in ryhs chair and as he spoke he spoke Magnanimously Ho doesnt like me hut that is no fault of his railroad men and good ones too sometimes get started wrong with one another Welt Im glad ho took care of you Try that piano Miss Dlcksie will you F I dont know much about pianos but that ought to be a good one I would wheel the player over for you but any one thyt plays as beautifully as j you do ought not to bo allowed to use fewtgoing out under the cottonwood DIcksIos heart Jumped Dont B j gone long Marlon ahe exclaimed repulsively for you know Mr SIncIMr we must get back by two oclock And Dlcksie pale with apprehension looked at them both Murlon guile composed nodded rcassuiingly and followed Sinclair out of doors into tho sunshineFor few minutes Dickslo fingered wildly on the piano at some half forgotten air and in a fever of excitement walked out on the porch to see where they were To her relief she saw Marion sitting near Sinclair un der the big tree in front of the house whero the horses stood Dlcksie with her hands on her girdle walked for lornly back and forth hummed a tune sat down In a rocking chair fanned herself rose walked back and forth again and reflected that she was per fectly helpless and that Sinclair might kill Marion a hundred times before she could reach her And the thought that Marion was perhaps wholly unconscious of danger increased her anxietyShe down In despair Hpw could Whispering Smith have allowed any one he had a care for to be exposed in this dreadful way Trying to think what to do Dlcksle hurried back to the living room walked to tho piano took the pile of sheet music from the top and sat down to thumb it over She threw song after song on the chair beside her They were sheets of gaudy coon songs and ragtime with flaring covers and they seemed to give off odors of cheap perfume DIck sle hardly saw the titles as she passed them over but of a sudden she stopped Between two sheets of music lay a small handkerchief It was mussed and In the corner of it Nel lie was written conspicuously in a laundry mark The odor of musk became lit an instant sickening DlcksleI threw the music disdainfully and sprang up with a flushed face to leave the room Sinclairs remark about the first woman to cross his threshold came back to her FromI that moment Dickslo hated him But no sooner had she seated herself on the porch than she remembered sheI had left her hat in the house and rose to go in after It Sho was roIsolved not to leave It under the roof 11to was tied As she reentered the door way she stopped In tho room she had just left a cowboy sat at the table taking apart a revolver to clean 1 The revolver was spread In its parts before him but across the table lay a rifle The man had not been in the room when ahe left It a moment be fore Dickslo passed behind him He paid no attention to her ho had not looked up when she entered the room Pass ling behind trim once more to go out Dlcksle looked through the open win dow before which ho sat Sinclair and Marlon sitting under the cottonwood tree were In plain sight and the mu zle of the rifle where it lay covers them Dickslo thrilled but the man was busy with his work Breathing deeply she walked out on the porch again Sinclair sho thought was looking straight at her and in her anx tern to appear unconscious she turned walked to the end of the house an at the corner almost ran into a man sitting out of doors in the shade mend Ling a saddle He had removed his belt Co work and his revolver lay in the UMster on the bench Its grip just wiiln reach of his hand Dickslo waned In front of him but he did not look ep She turned as It changing her mlwl and with a little flirt of her riding iklrt sat down in the porch chair eellns a faint moisture upon her fofbhead I an going to leave this country Marlon Sinclair was saying There s nothing here for me I can see that Whatr the use of my eating my heart out over the way 1v6 been treated Ive siren the best years of my life to this rMlroad and now they turn me down with a kick and a curse Its the tfd story of the Iodine and hit dog only I dont propose to let them make soup of me Im going to the coast Marion Im going to California when I wanted to go when we marred and I wish to God we ha gone there then All our troubles might never have been if I had got in with a different crowd from these cow boossrs on the start And Marion want to know whether youll give mo another chance and go with me Sinclair on the bench and leaning ag tast the tree sat with folded arms looting at his wife Marian In a hickory chair faced him No one would like to see you be all ycu ought to be more than I Murray but you are the only one In the world that can ever give yourself another caanco to be that The fellows in the saddlo here now leave denied mo every chance to make i man of myself again on the railroad you know that Marion In fact they never did give me the show I was entitled to I ought to have had Halley place Ducks nevor treated me right in that he never pushed min e the way ho pushed other men that were just as bad as I cvef was It discouraged me thats the reason I went to pieces- It could be no reason for treating me as you treated me for bringing drunk en men and drunken women into our house and driving me out of it unless I would be what you were and what they were I know I havent treated you right Ive treated you shamefully I will do anything on earth you say to square it I will Recollect I had lived among men and in the same country with women like that for years before I knew you I didnt know how to treat you I admit It Glvo me anoth er chance Marlon I gave you all that I bad when I married you Murray I havent any thing more to give to any man You would bo disappointed in me if I could ever live with you again and I could not do that without living a lie everyday He bent forward looking at the ground lIe talked of their first meet Ing in Wisconsin of tbo happiness of their little courtship ho brought upI northwestIroad was to be built and he should findI the chance he needed to make a record for himselfit had been promised him a chance to be the man his abilities entitled him to be In railroading Ive got a customer for the ranch AndI the cows Marlon I dont care for this business damn the cows let somebody else chase after em through tho sleet Ive done well Ive made moneya lot of money tho last years in my cattle deals and Ive gott It put away Marlon you need never lift your hand to work in our house again Wo can live in California and live well under our own orange trees wbcthnr I work or not All I want to know in will you go with meZINo I will not go with you Mur ray Ho moved In his seat aid throw his head up appealingly Why noU I will never be dishonest with you never have been and I never will be I have nothing in my heart to give you and I will not live upon your money I am earning my own living I am as content as I ever can be and shall stay where I am and do what I am doing till I die probably And this Is why I camp when you asked me to tell ycu the etact truth I am 7 not a girl any longer I never can be again I am A woman What I was before I married you I never can bet again and you have no right to ask mo to be a hypocrite and say I can love youfor that Is what it all comes towhen I have no such thing hi my heart or life for you It is dead and gone and I cannot help it That sounds pretty hard Marion- It is only the truth It sounded fearfully hard to me when you told mo that woman was your friendthat you know her before you know me and would know her after I was dead that she was as good as I and youdmo tho truth and it was better that you told Itas It is better now that I tell it to you I was drunk I didnt tell you tho truth A man Is n pretty tough animal naildthan for all the other women In the world nail it is not your nature to be unforgiving It is to bo honest Ho looked suddenly up at her and spoko sharply Marion I know why you wont go I have honestly told you No you haVe not honestly told mo The real reason is Gordon Smith II If ho were I should not hesitate to tell you Murray but be is not she said coldly Sinclair spoke harshly Do you think you can fool met Dont you sup pose I know ho spends his time loaf ing around your shop Marlon flushed indignantly It Is not true Dont you suppose I know ho writes letters back to Wisconsin to your folks Z What havo I to do with that Why WhodDont drive me too far By God I if I go away alono Ill never leave WhisperingIsilence Ills rage left her perfectly quiet and her unmoved expression shamed and in part silenced him Dont drive mo too far ho muttered sullenly If you do you will b re sponsible Marlon She did not move her eyes from the blue hills on the horizon I expect you to kill mo sometime I feel sure you will And that you may do Then she bent her look on him You may do it now If you want to I His taco turned heavy with rage Marlon be cried with air oath do you know bow close you aro to death at this moment You may do it now Ho clinched tho bench ratl and rose slowly to his feet Marion sat motionless I in the hickory chair tho sun was shining In her face and her hands were folded In her lap Dickslo rocked I on the porch In the shadow of tho house the man was mendlcg tho saddle CHAPTER XXIII Tower W At the end of a long and neglected hall on the second floor of the old bank block In lull street Whispering Smith had a room In which he made headquarters at Medicine Bond it was in effect Whispering Smiths homeTho door of the room in tho course of many years had been mutilated with keyholes and reenforced with locks until it appeared difficult to choose on opening that would really afford en trance but two men besides Whisper Ing Smith carried keys to tho room Kennedy and Georgo McCloud They had right of way into It at nil hours and knew how to got In McCloud had left tho bridge camp on the river for Medicine Bend on the Saturday that Marion Sinclair whoso husband had finally told her be would give her one more chance to think ItI overreturned with Dickslo safely from their trip to the Frenchman ranchWhispering Smith who had been with Ducks and Morris Blood got back town the same day The president and general manager were at the Wickiup during the afternoon and left for the east at nine oclock in theI evening when their car was attached to an eastbound passenger train IcICloud took supper afterward withj Whispering Smith at a Front treat chophouse and the two men separated at 11 oclock It was three hours later when McCloud tapped on theI door of Smiths room and in a moment opened it Awake GordonZI Sure come in What is It ZITba second section of the ger trainNumber Three with exjpress cars was stopped at Tower W tonight Oliver Sellers was pulling bo Is badly shot up and ono of the messengers was shot all to pieces They cracked the through safe emp trill It atl made n clean get away Tower W2t6 miles have rou ordered up an engine Yes Whcrou Kennedy- A second voice answered Right here I YoulIINol I Will Not Go with Strike a light Farrell What about horsesTheyre being loaded Is the lino clcarr Rooney Leo Is clearing it Spike ItGeorgeand leavoevery west bound train In siding with the engine cut loose and plenty of steam till I get by Its now or never this Um Two hundred and seventysix miles theyre giving us our moneys worth Whos going with ui Farrell Dab Scott Reed Young and Drill if Reed can get him at Sleepy Cat Dancing Is loading tho horses- I want Ed Banks to lead a posse straight from here for WillIam Cache Dancing can go with him And telephone Gene and Dob Johnson to sit down In Canadian pass till they gro to the rocks but not to let anybod- through if they want to live after see them Theyve got all the instruc tons all they need Is the word It a long chance but I think these aro our friends You can bead Danks off by telephone somewhere if we change our minds when wo get a troll Drill Young and a good man fro Sleepy Cat ahead of us George If you can In a baggage car with any horses that they can get there They can beat Tower W by daybreak and pe haps pick up a trail before we there and wo shall havo fresh horses for them Im ready I guess lots go Slam tho door George In the hall Whispering Smith throw a pocket light on his watch I want you to put us thero by seven oclock Charllo Sellers is going to pull you answered McCloud Have you got everything Then Were off The three men tiptoed down the dark ball down tho stairs and across the street on a noiseless run for the railroad yardTho air was chill and tho sky clear with n moon moro than half to the full Lord what a night to rldol exclaimed Whispering Smith looking mournfully at the stars Well planned well planned I must admit The men hastened toward tho yard whero lanterns were moving about the car of the train guards near the Dluo Front stables The loading board had been lowered and the horses were be- Ing carefully led into thecar From a switch engine behind the car a shrill cloud of steam billowed into the air Across the yard a great passenger en gine its huge white sldo rod rising and falling slowly In the still light of tho moon ono of tho mountain racers thick necked like an athlete and deep chested was backing down for tho run with the single car almost across tho west end cf tho division Train men were running to and from the Wickiup platform Dy the time the horses were loaded tho conductor had orders Until tho last minute Whls pering Smith was in consultation with McCloud and giving Dancing precise instructions for the pocso Into the Cache country They were still talking at tho side door of tho car Mc Cloud and Dancing on the ground and Whispering Smith squatting o his haunches Inside the moving car when the engine signaled and the special drew away from the chute pounded up the long run of the ladder switch and moved with gathering speed into the canyon In tho cab Charlie Sol lers crushing In his hand tho tissue that had brought tho news of his brothers death sat at tho throttle He had no speed orders They bad told him he had a clear track CHAPTER XXIV Pursuit Drill Young picked up a trail Sunday morning at Tower W before the spa cial from Medicine Bend reached there The wrecked express car which had beau set out had ao story s I I to toll The only story said Whis poring Smith as tho men climbed into their saddles is In the ono from tho hoofs and tho sooner we get after It the better e The country around Tower W which is itself an operating point on the western sad of the division a mere anderolling To tho south CO miles away rise the Grosso Torre mountains and to tho north and west Ho tho solitudes of the Heart range whllo in tho north east are seen the throe whlto Saddlo peaks of tbo Missions The coot 10001I laIon unacquainted with tbo country would tellyIIcr to ride out of countryeno Youngs were as much at home on a horse as on a hand car Kennedy though a largo and powerful man was ScottmsaddloIwero a an portant part of their horses without gethmen on a trail that road like print One feftei cemI on carelessness with which it had been left Dut 20 miles south of the railroad In an open and com paratlvcly easy country It was swal lowed completely up In the tracks of 100 horses The railroad men circled tar and wide only to find tho herd tracks everywhere ahead of them This Is a beautiful Job murmured Whispering Smith as the party rode together along the edge of n creek bottom Now who Is their friend down In this country What man would get out a bunch of horses like earlyIn JtrlendDob Scott spoko I saw a man canronacrossthosaw a ranchhouso behind thoso buries when I rode around them rightIntoDivide up among the rocks A bored upthean Ivory smile to meet him The two men parleyed for a moment disputed togethobnckHavent seen any men looking for askedWhisperinga squat squareJawed fellow with a cataract eye Im looking for horses myself 1 aint seen anybody else What areyou looking forZ Is this your bunch of horses thatgot SmithNo smilingyouTho stranger fixed Ills cataract on mymindTO HE CONTINUED Advertising That Counted An Oklahoma toy put up what he motherby byahavIngalong tend doing well at that as the neighbors all allowed You can do anything In this world that is doable by proper advertising Let our Mr talk with you about IL lUmtiapollii Journal rr + Paula Prisoner In Rome Swliy School LtiiM for Nov 14 1969 Spcltllr Amsted lor ThIs Paper MemoryversesGOLDEN TEXTHereln do I exerelae voleSotActi 2416 thetwoMedlterraneanthe ThoughtClosing bySealast lesson we saw Paul and his com pantone ministering to the sick In honorsfromhad lost everything In tho wreck and woro In need of many things embarkedIn10 orCasterI brothersTho Landing was made at Sy racuse tho capital of Sicily 80 to 100 miles sail from Malta Herd they remained throe days From By U racuso they made a wldo circuit which required frequent tackIng or acftonhcglumTho Third Landing was at Put call the seaport of Rome though ICO miles away Hero they remained seven days thltIteeeptionVs 1G22 First From Puteoll they marched 33 miles before they reached tho famous Appian Way the great military road from Itome to southern Itnly Fiftyseven miles farther along this rtheRomanlhim to the city Second Three Taverns V 1C And Tho threo taverns thirteen 1miles beyond Appl Forum on tho Ap plan Way and 30 miles tom Rome lion a second delegation met Paul and his companions thankedGoddepressedin wagrRome his heart was lifted out of its dcpreulonI doIIvoredpermittedhired house with a soldier that kept him HI Pauls Llfo and Work at Rome Vs 2331 First Pauls Work Through the Soldiers Tho soldiers which guarded Paul were from tho Imperial guard tbo flower of tho Roman army Second Ills Work Among tho JOWl ly mutual arrangement on an appointed day tho Jews como to his lodging and Paul expounded tho gos pel of tho kingdom v 23 persuad ing them concerning Jesus out of tho Scriptures acknowledged by nUa8true JO Hearing yo shall hear and shall not understand They should hear the words with the outward or gans of hearing but they would not understand the real meaning and pow er of the words And seeing yo shall see and not perceive 27 Their eyes have they closed They themselves refused to hear and see becauso they wore unwilling to make tho change In their lives which would be required And should bo converted should turn round and go back again as God was anxious they should And I should heal J anddisobediencebe healed GentilesIaul received all who camo to his own hired houso GodItal hopeslisthrough tho Lord JosuB Christ tho everlasting Saviour tho Son of God and tho Son of Man thoChurchcsPhilemon Ephcslans Colosalans and tho Phlllpplans were probably writ 1Timothyothy during his second Imprisonment InartrrdomAfter la andbrought hlslmprl8Itine prison This was the Dastllo of the old world Hero Jugurtha tho againstRomeThe Acts woro probably completed at this time PaulsLiftyears of Pauls Imprisonment But it deathwashistorian CA D 20434J states the I common belief of tho early churches In these words After defending him self successfully it is currently reported that tho apostlo again went forth to proclaim the gospel and afterwnru camo to Homo a second time and was martyred under Nero I t SILO IS PERMANENTFACTOR HUSBANDRY Time Not Far Distant When Stock Raisers as Well aa Dairymen Will Depend on It Entirely for Feed By Prof A S Glover IShowing How to Start Silo on Faun datl n It Is more than a quarter of a cen tury since tho American farmer be gan to can some of his green crops In a vessel called a silo There has been much written and a great deal of ex perimenting done to provo tho feasi bility of preserving somo of our green trod In this manner Thero Is no longer any question that this method Is one of tbo best as well as the cheapest ware wo have of storing soma of our ijrccn crops In tho beginning many Illconstruct ed silos wet n built and extravagant claims wero made for their use In many instance tho silage was very poor in quality which led many thoughtful and conservative people to condemn tho silo Since wo have learned to fill them properly tho prejudice and suspicion are feet disappearing and silos aro being built In every part of tho country whore livestock is kept Tho silo bee become n permanent factor In American husbandry and tho stock as well as tho dairymen will largely on tho contents of tho silo for groan feed Tho progressive dairymen have long realized the value of succulent food for their cows and they have been using silos for many years It is the moro conservative farmers who are now rapidly becoming converted to tho uso of silage and are making In quiries In regard to tho building of silos and many other questions per taining to this method of preserving feed These questions Lana led tho writer to prepare these notes on tho alto and silage- It Is a settled question that tho silo should bo built round for in a ing of this shapo tho silage Is best p served In a round structure the co tents settle more evenly than In other shaped building and If the corn is properly put Into tho silo tho ma n Inside Ceiling terlol is nearly as good next to the wall as It Is In the center It Is not always so with tho square structure the silage In tho corners of a square building is apt to bo very poor In quality and often unfit for feedSince tho round building Is the best form to construct the next qucetlo- to consider is what kind at a roan silo should be bulltT Tho stavo silo which Is manufactured by a number of firms makes a very satisfactory build- Ing and ono that lasts for many yearn Farmers who have built the itavo silos are well pleased with them It should bo borne In mind that a silo Is nothing more or less than largo alrtlght vessel In which teed canned for future use The size tho silo depends upon tho number etandnnlnifits that are to be fed from It In the main it should be tall pa slim It Is difficult to build a silo too high but It Is easy to build It too In diameter The diameter should of that size to allow at least a two Inch layer qf sllago to be fed each from the top surface If the silage exposed too long to tho air it will spoil the name as canned fruit or vegetables Tho average feel of e lage Is about 40 pounds a day and th silo for winter feeding should hot enough to teed tho stock for 200 Tho following table gives tho dlImensions the silo should be built for a given number of animals and tbo number of days that it will teed the It leaelves tho approximate capacity of each lIlzo and the average number fr acres of corn it wit tako to fill thothe silo Number of animals to be fed from the silo for In JOOdaya din height cornII51 to iU 810 II 100 1 to 301I 3 f toll 115 w to as16 it 11 to 12 14 IS to 4017 34 12 to II 1 IQ to 4518 70 IS to 17 00 iOIOtoiOOA silo should never tie built over I 20 feet In diameter It It la necessary t to have steno material to toed it If bolter to build two small rcc ptavlci than one larger than 20 feet In d 1 erosion It Involves considerable marl labor to handle silage in a very largo structure than in ono of reasonable size Many farmers prefer to havr two silos They feed from ono during tho winter and have the contents al- tbo other for midsummers feeding The silo should never bo built ID tho barn Sllago Is moro or less s fermented product and must be fed with care otherwise tho milk may be como tainted by Its uso Barns that contain a sllago always bear tbo od of tho silage and this should fro avoid cd It highgrade milk is to be produced A circular foundation of atone brie or grout Is constructed from two to three feet abovo the ground to protect tho timbers from moisture The wall Is built from 14 to 20 Inches thick do pending upon the nature of the so and the size of tho silo to be hull Tho top of tho wall should bo betelsfoutward which permits tho flow away very quickly from tho ball of the building SOY BEANS A GOOD CRO floss Take Very Kindly to Thin Plant and Eat Deans Readily Flesh Former2y Prof lL A Moore Soy beans were first grown at the roiibayre The tests at this station have boon made for the purpose of determining their value as a forage plant and of tiding out which varieties If an were adapted to our soil and cllmat TWcntynlne varieties have been od trial Of these tha Michigan gree seems especially adapted to bo grown with corn for sllago This Is a me dlum early variety and Is noted tits t height and great growth of toltag The stems are strong and It usually stands erect HO that it can bo harvested nicely with the corn binder or grown alone can be cut to advanta with a mower If grown for seed or pasture pu poses the soy bean should bo sown drills about 30 Inches apart Whe a small acreage is desired a band drf can bo used but where a largo tity is planted a grain drill can used by stopping some of the Intervening spouts so as to have tho soy beans the proper distance apart A corn planter can bo used to a vantage and the seed sown tho distance allowed for corn or doubling put them oncvhalf the dls tanco apart- Whero tho greater distance is allowed between too rows the se should be sown about twice as lhl In the row If tho desire is to cut for hay so bandbushel of seed should be used per acre and If sown broadcast about ono bushelTho soy bean can bo harvested advantage by belnc pastured oft hogs and it seems that this will one of its principal uses In the tutor grcuZat cat tho beans readily By plan rnrletides renew the fertility of tho soil but have iiiboDairyfathe year It Is too much cannot bo said In favor of cleanliness In the dairy Many per whub1 eu tsh e a mistaken idea AlfalfamIn pasturing hogs on qlfalfn It Is better to provide more pasturage than hogs need Then cut what Is left for hay just as though It had not been used for pasture Cutting glveb t a fresh start and the field produccu more pasture than It would If the so patches were allowed to mature yTime for Churning After cream becomes sour the more ripening the more It depreciates The boat time for churning is just befon acidity becomes apparent NERVOUSNESS AND INSANITY Clear Case Against Tobacco as DC stroyer of Sanity In Juvenile Brain by Specialist in a paper road before the St Louis Medical society recently Dr L lire mer late physician to the St Vin cents Institution for tho Insane at St Louis said There lu no narcotic either in mod em or ancient times which has been and still is so universally In use a tobacco and there Is none abou- whose action on the human bod opinIon sion Whereas by some It is looked upon as an unmitigated evil it is claimed by others that Its uso Is not without advantage Hence it has been con demned and commended in turns Its daytswhole civilized and uncivilized globe has been continuous Without entering into preliminaries and details I will state at the outset that I side with those who looking at the Injurious effects collectively con eider It more harmful than alcohol from tho simple fact that its use Is more general Its effects more ofoaf and less obvious and that from moral point of view It is in better standingeper missible and will be condoned by all classes that of alcohol Is looked upon as odious and exposes Its bearer In some quarters to social ostracism It Is this connivance on the part itof public Opinion at this kind of lux USconsumption as it is euphoniously by modern physiologists ha- osters its spread especially amongst those who can least afford to offer any insult to their nervous systems And unfor untely It is just this class of persons who delude themselves Into the belief that tobacco Is indis advattdnpmany to use a sedative or a sti ulant of somo sort as n kind of to safetyvalve for the growing nervousness of our age Thus by many smokers It Is thought that after bodily or mental exertion an equilibrium of all the functions is reestablished by tho pipe cigar or plug Its action there is somewhat like that of coca in its pleasant effects This is the case In the healthy smoker as long as he keeps within cor tain limits But it is quite different with the vast and ever lncreasing ar psychopatheB were not so alent or as modern man is with tho strain of the requirements a more complicated life v1 olghln hea nervous and psychical makeup- It Is specially of the effect of to wlsgsh categorry aware UecomreIIthe habit They fall victims to thbee o against the drug as Intensely as that of a dog or a cat and has to gradu thde C bobyrn D young duck does to water Only In this manner can the peculiar phenomenon of infantsmokers be explained upock des of precocious moral Insanity in genedr s but evidently mentally detective Now I do not believe that with up proachlng maturcr years I am one of pessimisticto abservbot ed or contradicted that there is an alarming increase of juvenllo smokers and basing my assertion on the privytt stituUon of this city I will broad state that tho boy who smokes at en will drink whisky at fourteen to to morphine at twenty or twentyfive and wind up with cocaine and tho rest of the narcotics at thirty and later on Business and Strong Drink Tho employer virtually says to tho workman You can drink what youJ please when you please Hut If vou please to Indulge In habits whlcb would impair your efficiency and crease danger to your fellow workm and to my property you must fl work elsewhere The attitude IB practically the same as that of the banker who will not tolerate visits by any clerk or teller however trusted and capable to race troths or gambling houses The railroads almost without exception now prohibit employes from using Intoxicants while off duty as w ellaas on Tho geniality of the old harddrinking commercial traveler longer Is deemed an asset by whole sale houses Scientific salesmanship as well as modern manufacture and transportation demands more and more the elimination of drunkenness 1885 Berea College 1909 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS laces the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all i Over 60 instructors 1221 students frost 23 states and 6 foreign countries Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS I subjectyhimselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter lectureslibrary Bibleebootie TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and WoodworkNursing Jargelyfinishedfit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered in this course so that a young man ScleAFaa1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small xtra teas ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Get nan Algebra History Science otc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses wlW use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a l1rstclauf informationt sary for State certificate TheorTDandtees DaysmBerea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re expendsonpeoplewhofor lives of usefulness protectthetho best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may bo chargeAll and trall1lngter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents Secrotarybeloreone dollar a week varyLwrapsatoilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost rentforrent to pay for cleaning repairs tool lights and washing of bedding Intheetag of boddlng 40 cents a week in fall and spring 50 cents In winter forItwhen tho student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expanses for care of school build- Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction is a tree gift Tho Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 a term 0 In Academy and Normal and 700 in Collo glato courses b7thoFALL14 wecke29501a one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle ot term 945- 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friendly advice write to the Secretary j GAMBLEndBEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife takes the eyes of tho men and boys who see it The mountain people like good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knife with two mounn any paper The Knife and The Citizen for 9125 That brings in subscriptions all the time If you have not got it you ought to have J e J Teachers DepartmentH- ELPS HINTS PROBLEMS Prof C D Lewis and Prof E C Seale Editors 11 TeachersILetters to Country MAGNETS You all have seen horseshoe mag nets have you not They are very simple little things just pieces of soft + steel bent Into a horse shoo shape That Is all that you can see In fact the shape has no particular elgntfl cance for a straight bar or one of 1a any other shape may be a magnet just as well Bring the magnet near to a small nail or other bit of Iron or steel how ever and you will see something that should fill the wisest of us with wonder The bit of metal Jumps like a thing alive and clings to the mag- Aga net so tightly that It can not be shaken off What does It Ah that is where we must wonder for a long i while No one has ever been wise enough to fully answer the question j We know that an electric current causes things to become magnetized and we know what things magnets attract and how they act but kn- owcwhat magnetism Is Is a secret The drawing power ofi a magnet affords L a great lesson to teachers howl ever and that lesson I wish to point out Before a piece of steel can be magnetized It must come In con 1tactwith another magnet or a mag- I netizing electric current It cannot magnetize Itself Then as to Its attract I ilagpower we find that it Increases as the square of the distance decreas es That Is a nail 1 Inch from It will be drawn not twice as much as one two Inches away but four times as much The greatest thing which I can say 7 INTENSIVE FARMING on Mountain FarmingScience pTimely F CLARK I Selection Fruit TreesIr Many of you farmers are ting In your fruit trees or aro about to order them It you have not had good success In setting them out just heal them In till next week and I will give some suggestions plant- Ing them To heal them in you can 1puta little soil over roots they will keep as well as If plant ed in such dry time The Federal Government has ex pended a great deal of money In find ing what varieties of fruits are best adapted to each section of the county In Farmers Bulletin No 208 we find that the following are highly recom mended for this section APPLESHighly Recommended Dessert Kit chen and Market Gravensteln Jona than tome Beauty Wealthy Wine sap Yellow Newton Albermale Kitchen and Market Arkansas Mammoth Black Twig Buckingham Fall Queen Maiden Blush Oldenburg Duchess of Red Astrachan Red Stripe Yellow Transparent Dessert and Market1 Bailey Sweet Buncombe Red Winter Pcarmaln Paragon Red June Shockley Step henson White Pippin Wine Hays York Imperial Johnsons Fine Win terDessert and KitchenEarly Harvest Fall pippin Summer King Cider and Market Horse Market Ben Davis Cullosage Fanny Gano Rails Genet Janet Xeverfail Stark Willow Twig Dessert Benoni Bonum Bough Sweet Carter Blue tfrlmea Golden Jefferis Margaret Early Red Rom anlte South Watson Carolina y OIIERmESI I Highly Recommended Kitchen and Market Large Montinorency Mont WHICH AND WHY Which travels at the greatest speed heat or cold7 Heat for you can easily 1catch cold I Why Is a spider a good correspon 1dent Because he drops a line by every post Why should the male sex avoid the letter 7 Because it makes men meanIWhy are people who stutter not to f illIwnysand ceremonies You sit upon one and stand upon the other In what color should a secret be kept inviolate In violet to you this week Is BE A MAGNET I Bad weather and worse roads are coming on Your school house may be cold There Is more danger of sickness But you must be a mag net Draw the children to you by the power of your character and enthusiasm Realizing that magnetic power Increases as the square of the distance decreases get close to the children and the parents by going to their homes talking of the value of education ot the poor chance the uneducated boy and girl have in life of the Importance of being regular an thorough In school If your magnetic power Is not strong enough to draw Increase It You can do it by con tact with good books and inspiring articles in educational papersgreat magnets which will give oft their power to you Or better than this let the electrical power of your own thoughts and of love for the boys and girls play about you until you are a magnet of such power that you simply compel the children to come If you can not do this you are not Iron or steel at all but only power less clay and should not be in the school room If your attendance drops down and down until you have but a handful do not blame bad weather roads poor house indifferent par ents but blame yourself for your love of your work and longing to help the boys and girls about you should make of you a magnet which would attract In spite of these difficulties Articles for the Fathers fJ Conducted By O and Care of Those New now get a about the and just A m bad morency Ordinaire Morello English Wragg Richmond Early Dessert and Market Black Heart Hortense Rome WindsorI Dessert and Kitchen May Duke Market Napoleon Royal Ann I Kitchen Dychouse Late Duke I GRAPESHighly Recommended Dessert and Market Brilliant Delaware Worden Dessert and WineFlowers Market and Wlnehoo- MarkotCoucord Cottage Moore I Early Niagara Dessert Brighton I WineNorton Virginia Scupper nong Tenderpulp Thomas PEACHESHighly Recommended Kitchen and Market Beers Smoclc Bllyeu Chairs Choice Oldmlxon Cling Descert and Market Champion Earl Crawford Foster Late Crawford Le mon Free Louise Mountain Rose Oldmlxon Free Market Crosby Elberta Reeves Favorite Salway Smock St John Stump the World DessertPlcquett Royal George I PEARSHighly Recommended Kitchen and Market Buffum Kleffer Dessert and MarketAAngouleme Duchess de Bartlett Howell Law rence Tyson Winter Nells Market Archangel DessertrSeckel PLUMSHighly Recommended =Kitchen and Market Burbank Chabot Yellow Japan Cumberland Damson Ogon Red June Yellow Transparent Dessert and Market Guell Wild gooseDessert and Kitchen Columbia Market AbunCance Botan KitchenShropshire Damson Which would you rather have five silver dollars or a fivedollar bill 7 Th latter because you double It when you put It In your pocket and find It increases when you take it outEx I No man Is safo 1m speech Unless ho loves tho quiet tongue No man is safe In power Unless he loves tho lower place1 No man is sate in place of com mand Unless the lesson of obedience Is learnt No man issafe la joy Unless ho have within a conscience that is good The witness of his life Thomas a Kempls PRICESjeggseBROSdj 3 a j 4r1 J Jy I I s r SEE A WARNING Continued from plot Page Here and their failure to act was in the way of being a repudiation of their platform and campaign pledges In the second place In this state the Democrats have all the advantage The majority ot voters It la admitted are normally Democrats but as they object to the leadership and method of the Democratic party they turn to the Republicans for relief Unless they find the Ropublcana better than the De ocrats In all threat things they will return to their first loveand they have certainly returned Another cause discreditable to our party has operated in many cases the primaries of the past year have been amonG the worst In the history of Kentucky In county after county tho primaries were won by whiskey corruption and fraud and the nominee could not be said In any sense of the word 10 represent the will of the party In cases of that kind or where the people believed that such things had happened the voters have turned against some of the candidates and beaten themto the disgrace of the party In other cases even with tre mendous Ropublcan majorities to start with candidates have barely scraped thru by the use of money and whiskey Bossism has become ram part In many counties and this too has bten rebuked In short the people have gut tired of political corruption and arc going to hit at It in either party The Republicans have had their chance and failed to measure up to wtJat was expected of themnow we must wait till the Democrats make another mistake before the people will again seek relief under the Log Cabin If we are ready to accept that chance we will get a firm grip ot the state It is In hope that wo may bo ready at that time that this long article Is printed There is however one Influence which In this eampalgn worked against us but which ought to have been and In the long run will be to our credit That la the night rider Influence No thing ever done In this state has been better than the work of Gov Wlllson In attempting to keep order In the to bacco country and his work will stand to the everlasting credit of the Republican party For the present the sentiment which Is bound to come against that lawlessness and disorder has not developed and his bas Ion votes but In tile end when the reaction does come it too will be found helping the Republican party Fortunately there have been two hopeful things In the election The tint was that Lexington went Republican Too much credit for this can not be given the Republican leaders there And In passing we wish to call the attention of our readers to the fact that Col Sam J Roberts who hat been so seriously criticised saying the very things which forI election has proved and who been culled a traitor to the party for pointing out the faults which have led proImlnencstate who not get a at the rolls The fact that he won a great victory for the party proves be yond all doubt that his manly honest criticism has not hurt but helped the party where his Influence is strong It we had more men like him in the party we should get more votes The other Hopeful thing is the weak ness which is already apparent in the ranks of the Democrats As we have said the fault of the Republicans has nrt bean that we have been worse tha the Democratsthat would hardly be possibic but only that wo have not been much better Already the Demo crats are evidently at their old game of fooling the public and there is good hope that in a very short time the beet of their support will again turn to us for reform In the first place Louisville has come under the control of as unscrupulous a gang of grafters as ever went after a city government It will be but a short tlmo till high taxes poor public work poor police protection and otter evils will begin to show in that city and when they do come there will be a great chnago thero and the Republican vote will grow by leaps and bounds Just watch it I In the second place while many peo ple Ignorantly and unjustly blaming the Republican party for failure to put thru the County Unit Bill have In a spirit of anger voted for Democrats the whiskey men have been expecting Just that thing They have as far as possible got control of tho nominations of Demcratlo legislators argil so when the session begins it will bj found that the Democratic majority will be split on the temper ance question Temperance people who voted for the Democrats under the Idea that they were helping their cause will have a rude awakening and this too will cause a revulsion Frrm which we Republicans will benefit In tile third place a tremendous fight Is taking place In the Democratl ranks between Beckham and Whallen Beckham is more in touch with the I J A sJ people of tho whole state and is KClng to pose as u temperance advocate The fight between these two is likely to prevent effective action by the Democratic majority in the legislature and weaken that party for the next election Only in case of Decl hams getting control of the party machinery and nominating a temperance ticket Is It likely that the temperance Democrata will 1x3 kept from returning to us two years from now This then is the situation today In no spirit of criticism of our party ha it been set forth but In the hope that when the chance is given us we will be better able to Improve It The state as a wholo Is tired of politi cal corruption and will seek the party which first shows itself reformed Our earnest desire is that that may be the Grad Old Party of Lincoln Grant McKinley Roosevelt and Taft the party which has always led in the vanguard of reform and to which our country owes most of what is best today To that end we shall work unflaggingly REPUBLICANS BEATEN Continued from Pint Page very boots If it does no entirely and Itanaedlt tely drive them from all pow er In short It is felt that the expression on the tariff bill Indicates a complete victory for the Insurgents and a shifting in the control of the Republican party It is also a warnlng to tho leaders that the belief In the Roosevelt policies Is as strong as It ever was and that any attempt to tamper with them will bring swift and sure punishment For reformers and good men in general In whatever party the re suits also brought discouragement In New York as already shown the moral issuu was defeated while the ap peal to the pocketbook won easily In Philadelphia and San Francisco a similar situation develops Cincinnati Loulsvlle etc are not so surpris ing or discouraging since it Is pretty well recognized that a reform government can hardly win two elections In successionTheo detected In the returns however a wing away from the bosses In many places and a growing ten dency toward Independent voting This has been noticed for several years and the effect is setting to bo considerable In upper New York stnte in particular this was seen and there It has resulted In defeating many of the men who have opposed Gov Hughes and have been accused of entering into the deal by which Cunnousm was kept in control in Congress Their defeat makes It more than likely that Coy Hughes will get hU reform legislation this winter If he does he will loom tremendously large toward the presidency somo time soon The bearing of these conclusions on the reform movement is clear It is evident that tho agitation In recent graftI rupt elements on our political life Is bong weakened On tile other hand It Is clear that tho public concience is not yet awake on the subject of the roirionsibllly of the city govern ments for the vice and crime which gees on within their limits and that the people have not begun to feel so deeply on that as they do on tho plain matter of business honesty It Is to be expected therefore that tho neat few years will see a tremendous increase of the work of public educa tion along the linos ot the decent as well as economical government anil that the fight on the white slave traf tlc tho police protection of liquor men and criminate of all kinds and tho al liance of political organizations with the worst elements of tho modern PoPu- lation will bo thoroly exposed and attacked This movement should re suit in a considerable raise In our standards of life and if this really Is accoiupHfhcd the present election will not have been without its good re sultsOne pleasant feature of the elec tion was the defeat of tile Constitutions Amendment in Maryland to dis franchise the negroes there Other constderationn than justice to tho ne- gro had much to do with this Maryland was for years controlled by a corrupt political Democratic ring headed by Senator Gorman This ring controlled the Democratic party thru the prim aries and It was nay byi becoming In dependent and electing Republican of ficers that the good citizens of the stato were able to make themselves Jolt If tho negro vote had been ell mmatfd it would have been much hard er to boat or Intimidate tho ring artd all cood citizens of the stato regardless of politics voted against the amendment NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from Pint raitt- of the party all they wanted to but aIMed that If every man who thought tM same was read out not a northern state west rA the Ohio would go lepuWlcan again e COAL STRIKETALLThe usual coal t a little litbegun c Ii Y tt Sarllerrtlian usual this year with a story that the miners will demand an Increase In wqgos This scare gets started every year Doubtless there will be a strike sometime but there are a great many more scares than strikes BLOCKING PROGRESS Some time ago and as one of the best re suks of tho Country Life Commission ippolntod by Pros Roosevelt came the discovery by Dr Stiles ofi the I S Biirta of Health tnat much cf the backwardness of the South was caused ty a peculiar disease This l CHCI by a snuil worm cal led tho hookworm It gets Into tho In testines and there sucks the blood of the victim weakening him till he can do little work and finally dies Many people thruout the South have this disease which can be easily cured It they but knew it and their sickness is the cause of much of the laziness and loafing which keep us poor J D Rockefeller recently gave a million dollars to help cure the disease but several foolish Papers and politicians have been making a great opposition claiming that the gift Is an insult to tho South and that the government ought to attend to tho matter tho they know very well that It would be unconstutlonal for tho government to do anything All the fund was given for was to make It possible to teach people who have the disease how to cure themselves and there Is no reason for any opposi tion at all Those who are talking this way are making it harder to cure many people who are really sick and are keeping them from earning the money needed for the support cf their families NINE KILLED Nino men were killed and twenty or more injured la an explosion In a factory In Brooklyn last Monday A FAKE NAILED The statement has been published broadcast that after a certain dato It would be unlawful for a person to give a chock for less than 1 and tho penalty for the offense was a fine of not lose than J25 nor more than roo The statement created a storm of protest The following statement has been issued by the officials of the United States Treasury De partment concerning tho matter There is no law which stops a man or woman from writing a check foe less than a dollar despite reports to that effect A number of Inquiries have been received at the depart ment regarding a statement that thero was such a provision In the penal code about to go into effect The law governing tho subject Instead of be- Ing n new one was enacted back In tho sixties and has never been con struck to apply to checks on deposit Its purpose is to prevent tho circulation of private paper as lawful money lteelfEx THE MARKET icrea Prices Cabbage new 2V4o per lb Potatoes CSc per bu Eggs per dozen 200 Butter per Ib JOe 1 BACON Salt Sides H otBreakfast Bacon 22a Premium Bacon 24o 4 0 jPremiumFryers on foot 8c per lba lr liens on foot 80 per lb Turkeys lie per lbsYHayCorn SOc per buIWheat per bu 60cJl00 Cracked corn 195 per 100 Ibs Wheat screening 130 per 100 lbs Ship stuff 130 per 100 lbs Ties No 1 L N 8tfx7x9 45cIculls 20c of Live Stock Louisville Nov 3 1903 CATTLE l Beet steers and fat heifers 3 00 6 00 Cows 3 10 45 Cutters 1 80 316 Canners 70 2 00 I Bulls 1 80 4 06 Feeders 3 30 466 ofI Stockers 2 05 4 30 Choice milch cows 35 00 42 00 Common to fair 15 00 85 00 Cattle market very dullrCALVES Best 6 75 7 23 Medium 4 60 5 W Common 2 40ai00 HOOS 165 lbs and up 7 70 130 to 165 bs 740 7 50 Pigs 6r0 7 30 toughs 690 down SHEEP Best lambs GOO 600 Butcher lambs 6 00 6 00 Culla 3 00 400 Beat fat sheep 400 down MESS PORK 1400 IIAMSCholee sugar cured light and special cure 15V4c and 16c heavy to medium 140D- REAKFAST P BACON 21c 1 8DIES ICc BELLIES 17c- SIiOULDERS 12eI DRIED BEET ICc I LARDPure tlercea He tub 14C pure leaf tierces lftc firkins 154c I keys 13a geese 64- BUTTERPacking 21 c Elgin cream ery 60 Ib tubs 330 prints Sic EGOS Case count 2023cI POULTRY Hens ISe roosters 7c I nprlngers 16 to 17c ducks 8a tar I keys 13c geese 60 I WHEAT No 2 red 119 No3 115 OATSNew No 3 white 42c No 2 mixed 40c CORNNo 2 white 65c No 3 mix I ed G3- eRYENo 2 Northern 80c I Was Ready Here Is a charming bit of obituary sentiment from an eastern newspa per He had been married 40 years and was prepared to die The Foodof Vim anI One plateful MOTHERS OATS will produce more vim and vigor and energy andactionmore vitality more enthusiasm and more endurance than many times the same bulkof meat fish fowl or cereals of lower food value MOTHERS OATS arc different from others oats and different from ordinary oatmeal They arc put up in sanitary scaled packaijcs But theres more to MOTHERS OATS than the package they arc the best oats in the world the best selection of the best crops Every batch that comes to our mills is screened and only the ripe big grains arc marketed They are not only sterilized but steamed to burst the proteidcells then rolled to render the cooking easy and after that MOTHERS OATS arc crushed to hasten their digestioneasy work for the stove easy work for the stomach and more work for the man Theres a coupon in every package of Mothers Cereals YoUcan col lect enough of them In a little while to own a Firelcu Cooker for nothing Your grocer will tell you how to get it free There are a number of way and all of them make It worthwhile to buy Mothers Certain Mother Oats Mothers Com Meal white or yellow Mothers Wheat Hearts the cream of the wheat Mothers Hominy Grits Mothers Corn Flakes toasted Mothers Coarse Pearl Ilominy Mothers Old Fashioned Steel Cut Oatmeal Mothers Old Fashioned Graham Flour THE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANY OPERATING MOSS OATMEAL MILLS THAN ANY OTHER ONe CONCERN AKRON BOSTON NEW IIAVEN ALUANYYORKST PftItAUELP111A CHICAGO PITT5UURG LOUIS ir77 t L FREEstiToanyone aubacribing for the Delineator Ij the Fashion Authority of the World for the year 1910 beginning with the January f1 issue we will give the December 09 thiei 0 r year FREE r ti J In every issue 200 illustrations of New Greatestt i t Simcox tti York a greatest dressmaker writes an ex f H clusive page for The Delineator each months t The offer of thirteen issues of The Delinea i5 tor for 8100 is good for the present WeImay be obliged to withdraw it at any time- Ii r- w E F COYLEi tI eessocaseSoseSeoeoeosoraosoeeioO SoSosesososoSsSoso- RooBerea i and Vicinity i fQ 0 o o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES aOSOSoSOSoSo OSelOSOSOSOSOSooS0S0S0SSetoSoSoSoeeSoU DR BEST DENTIST CITY PHONE 1S3 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE L A N TIME TABLE NORTH BOUND Knoxville 630 L m 1100 Po m DEREA 129 p m 400 L m Cincinnati 610 p to 7B5 L m SOUTH BOUNDLocal Cincinnati 630 L m 825 p m BEREA 1112 L m 1225 p m Knoxvlllo 700 p m 660 a m EXPRESS TRAINSStop to let off or take on passengers from beyond Cincinnati SOUTH BOUND Cincinnati 815 a m BEREA 1202 p m NORTH BOUND l BEREA 436 p m r Cincinnati 835 p m Mr O B Gabbard of Wnllaceton was In town lost Friday on business Miss Anno Stewart of Klrksvlllc was ln town for a short time last WednesdayMr Jackson was at homo at tho first of the week The Rev U L Brandenburg bas been visiting relatives In Leo County y I Elbrldco White In tho case against htm toforo Judgo Gay last Saturday waived examination on tho charge of maliciously cutting John Walker with lutout to kill and was held tor tho Grand Jury IROysters for Thanksgiving orders with C ENGLE I Mr and Mrs U M Burgees who havo been In Lexington for several months visited friends In town hero for several days of last week The Rev Mr Willett ot Lexington was In town last week and preached Thursday evening at tho Baptist churchFor tho best and whitest flour in Berea go to R J Engle Mrs W 0 Hayea and llttlo son William visited at the homo ot her mother for several days at tho first ot tho week FOR SALE Small Soda Fountain In good condition Apply to J J Groenloaf Assignee Richmond Ky 1 Miss Mary Stewart spent tho lat ter part of tho week with her par I ents In Klrkavlllo FOR SALE Houso and lot on Jet t arson Street New flvo room dwell log Mrs Salllo Fowler I Miss Grace Adams who has been nursing a caso In Jrvino Is at homo for a few days rest before returning- to UHmOnd f FOR SALE Three lots at the and of Elder Ave Berca Ky Will bo sold separately or as a whole It will pay you to write for prices at d once Address James M Racer 9601 Macon Avo Cleveland Ohio Tavern Barber Shop ENTIRELY NEW tSP CLEAN AND- UPTOTHEMINUTE Down Stairs Boone Tavern S R SEALE Propw h I Bank Trust Co Change At a meeting last week ot the stock holders of the Berca Bank and Trust Co the following officers were elect edPresident W 11 Porter VicePresident Andrew Isaacs DIRECTORS E Frank Coyle R II Chrlsman J J Moore A V Stewart p Cornelius J K Baker J R Nays J W Stephens and W II Hays A party ot College students enjoyed an outing Saturday to tho Sinks and Rises The Rev Mr Wllks of tho Theo I preacbIeding and evening In the absence ot tho pastor Gobble Gobble Thanksgiving dinner at Boone TavernI The lecture given Monday morning to the students of Upper Chapel was one ot the best ot Urn term It was given by Miss J A Robinson and the subject sIlo used was Tales from Chaucer Miss Hazel Emerson left Monday for Boattyvllle whore sho was called to take a case Tho delegates who attended tho Y W C A convention at Lexington returned Monday and report excellent work that was done and a upcndld good time Miss Emma Ncoly of McKee who vent last winter In Berea pass ed thru hero Monday Holliday nnd Company sell Hay Corn Oats Wheat Mlllfced Red Ash JelIlco Coal Shingles and tho best chicken feed on earth Railroad Street near the Depot Phone 169 A fino boy came into tho family of Mr Tilden Combs on Jackson Street Tuesday morning Mother and child aro both doing well NOTICE Water will bo shut off ad night from 900 till 400 Please uso sparingly during tho day Goo G Dick Supt FOR SALEHouse and lot in Berea Ky east end of Jackson 8t house is two stories has five rooms four large closets and in good condi tion There is about an acre of ground a good well 60 feet deep anew cistern trees and outbuildingsi This is cheap at 1600 to II M Shouso Marksburg Ky German Proverb Though you drlvo Nature out with a pitchfork sho always comes back Dress Ginghams for school girls and child ren best hosiery and knit underwear for ladies and children the latest in collars and er neckwear the bestand cheapest candies chinaware and glassware to please every lady Best 5 and lOc goods in Berea at n MRS EARLY S y toL r o oo c aoaee1 a araeeeeo-o 0 s College Items o 0 o HERE AND THERE o o1oSeSoSoSosososesesetlosWill i TuesdayProf Robertson is suffering from qulnzy Prof went to Cincinnati on business WednesdaIMrs Emma J Walker who has been ill over since her arrival in town early this fall is sow better and ex pects soon to be about During the absence of Pres Frost this year the routine work ot his fIco will be in charge of Miss Anna Iof Murray ot Radcliffe 08 and Sim mons 09 nnd ot Mr S W Boggs a last years graduate here A notable visitor here during tho coming week will be Prof G Fred erick Wright ot Oberlin ono of the worlds leading geologists and also a famous preacher and lecturer He is a brother ot Prof W E C Wright for many years intimately connected with Berea College Prof Wright will speak Sunday morning at the Union Church and Sunday evening at the College Chapel anti he will on Tuesday night deliver at tho cha pel a lecture illustrated with stereopti- con slides on some subject connected with his recent trip around the world or other explorations All are cordially invited to attend these exercisesMrs Calfeo is being visited by her parents Mr and Mrs Ballan tj ne Rev Howard Murray Jones some time professor ot history in Derea College who received from Berea the I degreo of doctor of divinity has just become pastor of a large church in Minneapolis and his residence is 3010 Harriet Avenue South In a poorly Flayed and irregular Sumo or football the Town team was defeated last Saturday by Varsity in which many ot the regulars were out The score was 80 resulting from ono field goal and one touchdown Both teams showed a tendency to play foul and the game was freuqently Interrupted by penalties Tho VllrsltyI this week goos to Tennessee I Maryvlllfc RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT The following was adopted by Capt James West post at Its meeting Whereas tho death angel has re moved from this world two of the comrades who joined this post at tho meeting held in Jackson County Thomas Blanton and Jermlah Sparks Resolved that we deplore the loss ot these comrades as faithful soldiers good citizens and men ot high characters Resolved that In being called upon so often to part with the comrades whom wo lovo and to sympathize with their afflicted families we are reminded that the tlmo is short for us to do the work in the cause of patriotism which it is our privilege and duty to do Resolved that we furnish a copy of these resolutions to The Citizen with tho request that they be pub lished LoVant DodgeCommittee WHISKEY CASES DISMISSED The trial last Saturday of some ten or twelve citizens on charges ot il legal acquaintance with liquor in som form wore all dismissed Xo evidence was produced to show that any liquor had been distributed in an unlawful way or that any ono had drunk enough to bring him within the power of the law tho tho drink Ing was admitted The most In teresting part of tho testimony was that the nearboor and MaltHead on sale In one or two places in town cant be distinguished by tho drinker for the real article and when taken in connection with whiskey it produces a peculiarity vicious and dan gerous kind of a jag A Jolly Bunch will assemble at Boone Tavern on Thanksgiving Day Letter From Paso Robles Paso Robles Cal Oct 29 1909 Editor Tho Citizen I Berea Ky Ono year ago today wo bade fare well to our old Kentucky home and loft Berea with its many friends for tin far west Or DO It then seemed to me But in my yearo experience in California I have learned among other things that human nature is human nature East or West so that Kentul ky and California are not separated by such distance after all My Young Sister writes Mrs Mary Hudson of Eastman Miss tool my advice which was to take Cardui She was staying with me und was in terrible misery but Car I dui helped her at once TAKE CARD U I I Jro It Will Help You Last spring Mrs Hudson continues III was in n rack of pain The doctor did no good so Ibegan to take Cardui The first dose helped me Now I am in better health than in three years Every girl and woman needs Cardui to cure irregularity falling feelings headache backache and similar female troubles Cardui is safe reliable scientific Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES I Guns a Shells Guns The time for hunting is here A poor gun will spoil a good hunt A ppor shell will spoil a good shot Get the best of both We have them Full Line of First Class Hardware PARKIE SCOTT PHONE 192 BEREA KENTUCKY r HOLLIDAY C- OtlDEALERS IN High Grade Domestic pallIce and Feed i BEST COALLOWEST PRICESPROMPT DELIVERY Phone 169 Day Phone 71 Nightk Of courso some customs ways of speech and manner ot life vary but that is incidental Still It takes aC1customelselling fruit grain and vegatables by tho pound rather than by meas ure also the use ot the shilling or bit 03 the basis of fractional cur rency 13 confounding For Instance twentyflv cents is two bite fifty cents is four bits and so on Wo aro near enough the Ocean ro that aa occasional coast trip varies the oven tenor oC our lives Duck shooting deer hunting and trout fishing aro other novel recreations As to tho size variety and quality of our fruit I refer to our honored visitors of the summer your follow citizens Prof and Mrs Dodge We are in the fruit and grain region but outsldo tho orange belt Best wishes to all Berea from the Golden West Yours very truly Geo W Shockley QUICK SERVICE We take a little pride in tho record we made In getting out the local elec tion return last week Within two hours after the count had been finish ed at the County Clerks office the figures were printed and Ini the Be rea post office in The Citizen That Is rather hard to beat We are sorry to omit this week some of our usual features but clrcum stances In our office made It impossi ble to print them They will appear next week and will not be any the worse for waiting over I THE HORRID THING Chicago Oct 2DYou cant be theologians because you havent the power of analysts you cant be law yers because you are devoid ot tho reasoning faculty you are not eucces ful scientists because you can consid er only ono detail at a time you are only occasionally successful In busi ness and you succeed only in those branches of medicine which call for the exercise of tho nursing instinct Fetleinl Judge Peter S Grosscup told tho women of tho Ossoll Club the womens auxiliary of tho Highland Park Club all these things last night in an address at the first meeting cf the club this season in the club house of the mens organization But ho escaped the vengeance that might otherwise havo bone wrought upon hIm by telling the women a lot cf things they can do and which they must do if this old world Is to roll along unchanged in tho course mapped out for it But ho said I wish the present an analysis of womens work from my point of view Tho woman lawyer I know who Is a success In her profes sion began her career by being put in jail for contempt of court for throw ing a pitcher of water at a Judgo who overruled her motion In law theo logy and medicine sho rarely succeeds she cant be scientist because that involves a multitude of details and while woman is essentially a creature of dstall sho can consider but one do tall at a time and not many in their relation to ono another Ill tell you what woman can do- T t feminine mind is tho complement of tho masculine mind With but ono of them in existence tho world would soon bocome a dreary place of exis tence and in a few generations Its population would disappear FOR SALE I am leaving Kentucky and will sell 74 acres good land on 1wltIEllhu Blcknell Lyceum Course Tho next number on the Lyceum byIMIsin Prose and Verse Miss Klines re putation Is wide and first class as f the following well deserved testify cOmmentsIiJournalDetroIt Mich Miss Kllng hay every quality in her favor orginal talentbeauty exqulsIIite grace and a voice of rare ness sweetILeader Lexington Ky One of the most attractive entertain ments ot this season was given by Miss Jeannette Kling at tho Kentucky University Miss Klings readings were exceptionally fine and excellent ly given Cheap Trip Around World MaJ George P Ahern U S A recently accomplished a journey around the world at a cost of less than 1000 The major choso the route across Siberia and the Philippines where he was stationed His actual time was 67 days 15 hours GO TO r WJ tums FOR I Fresh Groceries I buy all kinds of Produce North Cor Main St Berea Kentucky Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BLADRAUGHTLiver The reputation of this old reliable constipation in digestion and liver trouble is firm ly established It does not imitate other medicines It Is better than others or it would not be the favorite liver powder with a sale than all otherscomblncdS- OLD IN TOWN Pt R1c AND ECHp L1ICT1t1l1ANad MFCI for ererjrfcody tram sboIt electricity the conng Nkaaodbo to ue tools Simple pric tlAlfuilolpIcturef Sam fie copy free If you natnt this paper 1100 year Tub Co II Beacon St Dostoo Mao Photography iutrc +u tmjbadj AMERICANS PlIoTOGKArilY tnrtet It Beautiful picture month I ly prii contest f UM I criticism quvstloM an I seared Sample apjr free I II you mntlan this Wpm PhatotnphrS We Bu- yFURS Hides and Wool AN- ICIsYun Sampson ETFiRAPNy Feather Tallow Beeiwu Clueoti Golden SelYeLw Root May Apple Wild Ginger era We Me dealer I csuilitd in 1856Orer Lo1fa ct ItU7l- almwn9daro can do better for you than amU or enammca toerchinU Reference ny Bank in LouUrBe WriteOf eeeUi pice Hit and iHpunj tags M Sabel Sons 229 IMarket St LOUISVILLE KY h I Iitf I 1 The Citizen finll wsppr for all that It right t true and Interesting t tubluhcd every Thnttdlj at Btrci C- yDEREA PUBLISHING CO iBeorjioratwi itinlt Frost Editor and Manager Subscription Raton FAYABLK IN ADVANCJ- te t year Lr ale Monthl M 1threeMonth Sand money or rolloffice or UaptrM Nosey Order Draft RriUteted Letter a oat sad1w Mitittmpi Tbe due aflr your ume en bet show tI wbll date yourubealptlon to paid It It Iebanged within tbtte r eeU arty ttnvwm tullfjr u- WIIDJI tmntttn will be gladly rappttcd If wi rciotlard Fine Damien cheep with new inbKrtctiont and prompt renewal Send for Premium Lin Liberal term given to lay who obtain aew for u a All oae cndinr in font obaetfptlonantecineTkeCttieIrisCirly for oar ear AdTertlilai rate on application at 11a71ua1 or UNTDCKY PRESS AbSOCUTIOM It is Impossible to keep a good river down when its name is Kaw It Is adlyInsult Just at present to invite a man to jump into the lake y Business will now Uiko a fresh start and keep up without a break Summer Is beginning to get Intc its regular stride It is pleasant to know that the Brit Ish royal family is fond of Ambas sador RAIds tea and marmalade College students again aro working their passages across the ocean on catUe shipsIn the sterrage so to speak Flirtations are highly approved also by summerresort mosquitoes for itI keeps the subjects out after dark Heat is the latest excuse for wife beating How would the wife beatera enjoy the water curet A paper has been printed in a bal loon but communication with Mars is not yet claimed by its editor Virginia still has its duels and un fortunately they are not of the French SInd One of the fighters if not both generally gets killed We have now Indoor lawn parties and indoor baseball Yet doctors told us not long ago that indoors was About to bo abolished Thirteen New Yorkteachers secured marriage licenses on the first day of vacation Perhaps they felt that they must have somebody to bosn There is a wild rumor afloat to the effect that Abdul Hamld may emigrate the United States Wouldnt he be 1towinner on the Chautauqua circuit To deplore the decline of college reek is to talk Greek to most of the tudonts who have not yet become convinced of the value of hard study It used to bo that a man was judged by the company ho kept Now he is judged rather by the company in which he happens to be a stockholder Wealth and luxury too often weak en the moral fiber Sometimes they are the test of manhooda test by the way to which many would like to be subjected It is small wonder that the King of Servla had a fit With the state of affairs there it wouldnt be surprising to have the whole kingdom throwing them Chlcago experts have discovered a disease called mythomanla In oth er quarters it is called plain lying but that does not sound half as interesting or scientific Every time Abdul Hamld felt Us throne totter he would send out a few millions to be placed on deposit in some foreign bank It is interesting to note that ho selected banks in coun tries where the people rule Humanitarians now In London show how to slaughter animals painlessly Will they also kindly demonstrate a method of making tough beef dgood susceptible of mastication by t the jaws of the plain people tIAfterhis wife had died of lockjaw a Fourth of July blankcart ridge wound a Kansas City man said I shall devote the rest of my life to fighting the criminal greed which lies at tho bottom of this traffic In murder And thero are many oth ers I A boy in Detroit filled his mouth ejwithkerosene and then let it fall in on a lighted match to see what would happen This by was really an altruist Tho majority of small boys enjoy such experiments at some J other ones expense Incidentally what did happen satisfied his curios ity for all time- Literature is the most exacting and tho most ungrateful of tyrants Dick ens gavo It energy and talent that otherwise employed would have pro vlded somo comnetenco for his do cendants Now it becomes necessary for grandchildren to accept a bounty of 260 per week from the British fl4goVerllment it- tt 1 lr i t SPECTATORS IN RIOT PANDEMONIUM REIGNS IN STEIN HEIL MURDER TRIAL WHEN DEFENDANT TESTIFIES WOMAN MAKES GRAND FIGHT Man Creates Sensation by Confessing That He Is the Real Slayer He Is ArrestedFaureS- candal Revived Parls While Mrs Marguerite Stein hell in tho midst of tho agonizing or deal of her grueling examination broke out in angry denunciation of Presiding Judge de Vnlles tho crowd cd courtroom burst into an uproar and before tho municipal guards could grasp the situation the upcctacton were rioting Extra police were rushed to the scene but it was many minutes before the violence was quelled Tho outbreak came when Mme Stelnhell hysterical under tho attack of the court which had finally be come a torture raised her bands and cried out angrily that tho attack or her story of the murder of her bus band and her stepmother Mme Japy was without warrant I have told tho truth I I swear my story is the truth she cried in n frenzy of anger at tho taunts cast at her by tho presiding magistrate M de VnllesA scene of wild disorder was created when a man who gave his name as Lefovre arose from his place In the audIence and loudly pro olaimed that he and not Mme Stein hell was the slayer of M Stclnhell and Mme Japy Mme Stclnhell con fronted Lefevre but said that she was unable to recognize him as one of the murderers whom she had desecrlbed Judge de Valles ordered that Lefovrt bo placed under arrest and an Investl gallon of his statement be made Mrs Steinhells examination on the charge t f murdering her husband and stepmother Mme Japy was conclud ed in the asslzo court She mado a wonderful singlehanded fight for her life She displayed as much skill In confounding the judge as sho had It batwing the police The old scandal which grew out of the fatal illness ot Felix Faure president of France at the prisoners home and which a section of tho press Is anxious to revive has not yet been mentioned at the trial although Judge de Valles announced that it was not intended to shield anyone SANDBAG EXPRESS CASHIER Robbers Steal 14156 from Station While Employes Go Out to Meet Incoming Train Niagara Falls William Dobson cashier of the Canadian Express Com pany here Thursday was sandbagged in the companys office at tho Grand Trunk station and a package contain Ing 14156 taken from him by two unknown men The robbery was committed In broad daylight Dobson was alone at the time The two men entered tho office and one asked it a trunk had arrived for him As Dobson stooped over to get his on hand book one of the men reached over tho counter and hit him behind the ear with a sandbag or a piece of gas pipe Five minutes later Dobson was found lying unconscious on tho floor In a pool of blood All the men working near Cashier Dobson had something to do upon the arrival of a train which called them out on the station platform North Dakota Fastest Warship Rockland MeThe North Dakota is tho fastest battleship of tho Dread nought type afloat as well as one of the two most powerful battleships in tho world Her screw standardization tests over the Rockland measured mile course Thursday developed a maximum speed of 2225 knots and an average of 21833 Both marks are in excess of the best performances of either her sister ship tho Delaware or the Bollerophon the leader Dread nought of the British navy In at taming this surprising speed tho tur bine engines of the North Dakota were forced to the development of more horse poWer than has been reached by any battleship afloat Arrested for Big Fraud Berlin Martin Kaufman of New York was arrested by former United States Post Office Inspector Henry C iilll on the charge of fraud amount Ing to 107000 In connection with the Cotton Goods Convertets Company of Now York The caso has many rami fications Kaufmaun was for n long tlmo considered one of the most war try business men of New York His partner M A Isaacc had such Implicit confidence IQ Knufmanns in tegrity that according to Hill he in duced u number of his friends to tako shares In the business Women Help to Save ToWn Cayuga IndWomen who worked beside their husbands and sweethearts are credited with saving this town Thursday from being wiped out by a firo which destroyed four busl ness buildings at a loss of 25000 Mexican Desperado Caught Galveston TexInez Rutz the notorious desperado and for many years tho terror of the Texas Maxican border and a fugitive from Mexico where he Is wanted for 40 murders bas been captured in Frio county i oJ 4 I THE SEASON OF INCONSISTENCY AT HOME ELSEWHERE e uuUuuuu uuuuuuu u ATTACKS DRONES OF SOCIETY MRS BELMONT OPENS WAR ON HER OWN SET In Article on Suffrage She Pleads for the Poor and Misguided Woman New York Mrs O H P Belmont for years a leader in the most exclusive circled of Now York society tho mother of a duchess and the sister of a countess has opened war upon the very set with which she always has been affiliated The cause Is suffrage In the current number of a maga zino she has contributed an article stinging with sarcasm entitled Wom ens Right to Govern After a scath- Ing attack on tho drones of society she raises her voice for the poor and misguided women and accuses the Immense moneyed corporations the powerful liquor interests of the coun try and the party machines ot block Ing women suffrage which would pro tect her more unfortunate sisters If In this great battle of life you do not need tho power the strength that suffrage will give you she demands what right have you In your plenty to raise your voices against tho cry of the needy You of the luxurious educated class know well or If you do not shame on your that the working wom an vitally needs the help ot the bal lot Men at the head of the large systems of Industries you know and know well that you are not the protectors of women- I shall write the truth and men to whom it comes home may cry out against me but tho overworked un derpaid woman tho mother toiling for hungry children the drunkards wife tho wife replaced by one young er and fairer and saddest of all the unprotected girl these will bear me outIn all ages there has existed a class of human beings who either wanting In intellect hampered by in heritance or unconscious of their own strength have remained under the yoke of circumstances There is no hope she says from these drones of societyto whom cling the barnacles of wornout fal ladles Women aro to expect tho bal lot from the selfmade men PRESIDENT AT BIRMINGHAM Has Busy DayReviews Big Civic Pa rade Makes Address In Capital Park Birmingham AlaPresident Tart and party put In a busy day here At 830 oclock Wednesday the president was driven to tho Country club where breakfast was served a simple affair with no speechmaking About noon began the parade one of the largest ever seen In firming ham composed of commercial civic and fraternal organizations school children and 300 automobiles After luncheon at tho Southern club the president addressed the people in Capital park For an hour or more before leaving Jackson the presidents special train was parked in the railroad yards Im mediately alongside one of the sleeping cars of a threering circus which played In the Mississippi capital as an apposition attraction to Mr Taft Babe Choked to Death by Food Chicago A piece of cheese lodg ing in her throat caused tho death of Lizzie Weber two months old TUe baby was in tbo care of her three yearold sister and the food was of fered by the latter In an attempt to quiet her when she cried Fear for Wife Kills a Man New YorkErnest Cotterill a real estate broker is dead of heart fail ure induced by excitement at a Hal loween party when his wifes dress caught fire His wife was not seri ously hurt Pioneer Merchant Is Dead Chicago John M Smytb ono of Chicagos pioneer merchants and an important factor In its political and commercial life died Thursday from bronchial pneumonia He was 66- years of ago r1 WILL STORM WHITE HOUSE Vsterway Convention Selects Delegation of 500 to Visit Washington In Interest Deep Channel New Orleans Tbo lakestothegul waterway convention came to an end Tuesday with tho selection of Presl i nt Kavanagh as chairman of the delegation of 600 that will go to Wash ington December 8 to storm the White House and congress in the in terest of tho 14foot channel The committee of 500 will endeavor to induce the national assembly to produce funds for tho project nut If it does not then the executive com mltteo of the association is author Ized to select tho place ot meeting of the next convention and fix the day Tho closing session was marked by enthusiastic expressions of faith In an attainment of 14 feet through the valley further pledges of support of tho movement and additional estimates of benefit to result from the movements realization Participating in the program were representatives of several of the LatinAmerican countries which will bo directly affected by the construe tlon of a deepened channel Through n set of the most warmly worded resolutions over adopted by anon partisan organization the 5000 delegates to the deep waterway con venlion representing every state In tho union pladged themselves to sup port no candidate for public office hereafter tho is not committed In plain language to the policy of Immediate action on tho lakcstothoguli project FATAL DUEL AT THE POLLS Election In Breathitt County Ken tucky Brings About la Dramatic Shooting Episode Jackson Ky Predictions made on the streets that only a man or two would bo killed during the vat ing in Breathllt county wore jusllflcJ4 In the Spring Fork precinct and Ina dramatic manner Hero Tlldcn Blanton with a loft hand shot instantly killed DCmoatho nes Noblo after Noble had crippled Blanlons right arm with a bullet Noble bad previously according to Blan ton placed a pistol at the breast of two of Dlantons brothers Noble was a member of a powerful feudist fam ily a former employe of Judge James Hargh and complications are ex pected Blanlon whoso father was a Democratic candidate for county attorney was acting as challenger and his story Is that Noble was Induced to raise a disturbance by discomfited Re publicansTwo were fired while Blanlon wes leaning from the window of the voting place He was carried Into Jackson to the home of his father and there tacitly arrested Blnntons father is the famous Breathltt county charac ter who last year on horseback took the ballots to the Crockcllsvlllo pre cinct when no other man dared mako the trip for fear of an assassins bul let KING MENELIK IS STRICKEN Famous Ruler of Abyssinia Reported Seriously III from ApoplexyPrep arations Made for Successor Addis Abeba Abyssinia King Mcnellk was stricken with apoplexy on Thursday night His condition Sunday was considered dangerous The patriarch has appointed Prince LIdj Jeassu grandson of the king and heir apparent to the throne in the presence of time ministers In order to be prepared for any eventuality 100000 for Air Contests Los Angeles CalTime city council has Indorsed the plan of holding a series of con Internationalaviationtests hero of 100000 is to be raised by means of selling onedollar shares of stock Becomes Head of Mission Work Los Angeles Cnlnev Frank K Lewis of this city for five years state secretary of the Christian church of southern California has become na tional secretary of the American Mis ilonory society i 1 ltN I L+ LABOR LEADERS FACE JAIL GOMIPERS Officers of the American Federation Lose Appeal In the Buck Stove Contempt Cas- eIVaahingtoflThe decree of the su promo court of tho District of Column his adjudging tho American Fedora tlon of Labor leaders Samuel Gomp era president John Mitchell vice president and Frank Morrison secretary guilty of contempt of court In tho Duck Stove case was afllrracd byi the district court of appeals Tuesday Chief Justice Sheppard dissented from time opinion of the court on con stitutional grounds The effect ot the decision will be that Mr Compere and the other defendants will havo to go to prison Tho fate of the labor lenders was fixed December 23 1908 when Gom pens was sentenced to 12 months Im prisonment Mitchell to nine months and Morrison to six months The case grew out of tho alleged boycott ot tho companys productc Iud tho putting of that companys prod ucts on tho unfair list and tho federations alleged violation ot Judge Gourds recent mandamus has attract ed wide attention The tucks companys prostitution of the officials of the federation begun In August 1907 The original action was a tst case wherein It was sought to enjoin time labor unions from using tho unfair and wo dont patronize lists In their fight against Urine and IndividualsJudge decision last year sentencing the threo to prison was a scathing denunciation of tho defend ants Ho recited tho conditions ante ceding tho Injunction and referred to tho tact that for 25 years the Bucks plant had operated a tenhour shop cud always had maintained an open shop SUICIDE RATE IS GROWING Figures for 1908 Show Sensational Increase In SelfDestruction Throughout the West Now York Suicide mortality sta tlstlcs compiled hero show that the Increase In the rate ot self destruction over the Increase In population has become so alarming as to attract serious notice throughout tho country There has been a gen eral increase In nearly every city or 65 of the nations representative municipalities The Increase In Oak land Cal was tho highest with 33G while the lowost was 01 lu Buffalos N YTho Increase has been most alarm- Ing in tho west With a total of CCS selfinflicted deaths In tho tabulated western cities for 1908 tho rate has Increased CL Tho rate 1s 338 while it stood only 277 for tho decade end ing 1907 The greatest advance In the rate was shown In Salt Lako City Utah with a rato of 307 over the fig urn of 133 for the entire previous decode The Increase In nil tho cities of tho Pacific coast was great PEARY IS AWARDED MEDAL National Geographic Society Announces It Accepts Evidence- of His Success Washington Commander Robert Eo Peary was voted a gold medal by the National Geographic society for having reached ho north pole The board ot managers of the society at a meeting accepted unanimously the report of Its subcommittee of scientists who had examined tho explorers records and proofs and found them to be corroborative of his statement that he had reached the poloThe society adopted a resolution that tho question ot whether or not any explorer reached tho north polo prior to 1909 shall bo referred to a subcommittee of experts wIth authori ty to send for papers or make such journeys as may be necessary to In sheet original records This Indicates that time society proposes ns soon ns possible to pass upon tho records of Dr Frederick A Cook POORHOUSE FIRE PERILS 200 Inmates of Wisconsin Institution Be come PanlcStrlckcn But all Are Saved Milwaukee Fire In tho laun dry of the county poor farm build ing at Wauwalosa threatened the lives of 200 inmates many of whom became panicstricken All were re moved Time Inas was 20000 No More Football at West Point West Point N Y Following the death of Cadet Byrne It was offi cially announced at the academy that West Point will play no more football games this Jason It Is not thought however that Col Scott wilt advocate tho complete abandonment of tho sport Cook Gets Proof Ready Now YorkDr Frederick A Cook who is horo after a lecture tour In tho west began Thursday to assemble the data of hs polar exploration which ho intends to submit to the University of Copenhagen Dr Cook said ho would devote his entlro time to the preparation of his report Auto Hits Stone Kills Beau 8 DL F Parkins 50 old was killed here Thursday Irears his auto struck a big stone In throwing him out 10 y 1 NYIELECTSGAYNOReBut Important OfficesI DEMOCRATS WIN IN LOUISVILLE THE RESULT IN NEW YORK Vote For Mayor Boroughs Bannard Gaynor Hearst Manhattan and Bronx 86595 133570 S72Cri Brooklyn 73944 9225J 50087 Queens 10966 10334 14830 Richmond 5037 7073 2722 Total 17C5 12 240242 164904 Gnyjior over Bannard 72700 Gay nor ovor leant 94328 Bannard over Hearst 21038 New York William J Gaynor will he tho mayor of New York after Jan tinny 1 next In succession to George U McClellan Ills plurality Is 72700 votes Hearst ran third Tim Tammany nominees for tho RU jrcmo court bench were defeated 5J vlth tho rest of tho ticket Tho roters were no respecters of persons Charles II Truax was rcnomlnatcd by Tammany and ran a little ahead ofkhis ticket but lost nevertheless Tammany Is sullen and silent Not one of the prominent men of tho or ganization cared to discuss its affairs In most quarters It wns taken for granted that tho leadership of Cites F Murphy was at an end Jubilee In Old Kentucky Louisville Ky Wednesday was a democratic holiday In Ix ulsvlllo and tho supporters of William 0 Head lu tho mayoralty race have been wild with enthusiasm and excitement Now tho democrats are beginning to speculate on when the big plumtreo will begin to bestow favors Mayorelect lead has not confided his purposes to any one but tho rank and file or the democrats are dUposoil to take him at Ills word when ho de Glared to his campaign that when ho was elected there would be a general housecleaning at the city hall Im mediately after lila inauguration A movement is on foot to give May orelect Head a big reception and ban quet here which will bo attended by democrats from all parts of Kentucky State democrats are proclaiming tho victory hero as an Indication of democratic victory in tho state In 1911 They want to come to praise the Lou Isvlllo democrats for Its victory Tho legislature will be so largely democratic that it is nafo to predict that the cqmlng assembly will do some things that Coy Willson will not like Whitlock Is ReElected Toledo ODrand Whitlock author and political successor of Ute lato Golden Rule Mayor Samuel M Jones was elected mayor for a thirst term Practically the entire Independ ent ticket was elected with him In eluding councilResults In Indiana Indianapolis Ind Samuel Lewis Shank time candidate of tho Republic ans was elects slayer of this city by a majority of about 100 over Charles Gauss his democratic opponent Results throughout the state show that the Republicans nnd Democrats got about an even division of tint cities of secondary Importance rho election in most of theso cities was on strict party lines although tho wet and dry Issue appeared In many townsAmong the towns that voted either to restore tho saloons or continue them In operation were Muncie La- Fayette Hartford City Evansville Val paraiso Michigan City and Terre lauteIbeen convicted of subornation of per jury and has been disbarred Lemuel Darrow succeeded In bring rculcctetl mayor of Lnporto on the democratic ticket for his fifth term Kokomo nnd Grcencostle dorlarmt strongly for tho abolition ot the liquor traffic At South Bend time issue was not on tho abolition rf the saloons but on tholr bettor rostllatlon and till Democrats elected Charles L Goelz mayor on a platform of good govern wont wjileh has for Its chief aim tho overthrow of tho wldo open town regime that has existed for several years Tom Johnson Defeated Cleveland 0fToni Johnson the picturesque mayor of been defeated by a decisive majority by Herman Baehr Rep Dnohr ba first Republican to bo elected mayor In ten years declared that his election was dun to dissatisfaction of tho pen plo with tho methods of handling city business Tho election of Baohr Is believed to pecan a curtain scttlomont of Iho long street railway war which Johnson hogan eight years ago when he demanded u threecent rate ot fare Heney Is Defeated San Francisco CatF J Honey was defeated for district attorney by a largo majority Ho led In tho recent graft Invoe1 gallons and was bitterly oposed by those whom ho had fought as prosecutor Flckort tho itsN publican who defeated Honey former ly was attached to tho prosecutors of flee Patrick Henry McCarthy wan elect fed mayor by about 2000 plurality over Crocker Rcpt and Leland Dom Klin ran about even fI 4 I Interesting Kentucky News 1 Receiver for Burley Society Applied for by Growers Who Pooled Their TobaccoThey Charge that Re celptt from Former Crops Are Being Used on This Years Pool Lexington KyA petition signed by Dr G W lIc l lInn of Butler and 33 other Kentucky tobncoo growers praying that a receiver be appointed for tho Burley Tobacco Society was flied In the Fayotto circuit court by Attorneys L F Applcgate and K S Clark and a bearing of the case was set tor November 15 President Clar ence Icbus Secretary 0 A Brooks and J141 Rnnkln treasurer of tho Bur Icy Tobacco Society tho Clark Count National bank the Citizens Na tional bank and tho Peoples National bank of Winchester aro made cdde fondants with tho Burley Tobacco So ciety Tho plaintiffs allege that the Burley Tobacco Society without nu thority baa retained out of tho pro coeds from Uio sale of tho pooled to bacco crops of 190ft and 1907 over 300000 that a portion of tho crops sold for thoso two years belonged to the plaintiffs that tho Burley Tobacco Society In retaining this money has u deprived them of their full share from the salo of their tobacco It is further charged that tho Burley Tobacco Society has spent and is spending for the exponent of Uio pooling of the 1909 crop and in tho maintenance of ofllcc money from this fund that tho offi ccrs of tho society arc holding tho books from tho owners of tho tobacco that was sold and that tho banks aro Illegally paying out monoy on war rants Issued by tho officers Tho plain tiffs further allege that all purposes for which tho pool of tho 190G and 1907 crops was organized havo been com pleted that the plaintiffs are entitled to havo an accounting and a distribu tion of the proceeds of the sales that tho defendants havo failed to do so and that tho funds will be lost unless n receiver is appointed to take charge of tho affairs of tho company audit tho accounts and pay over to tho plain tiffs tho proceeds remaining from tho pool if there bo any SHOT UP THE TOWN Citizens of Jackson In the Course of an Hour Fire 2000 Sho- ts3son Ky Hundreds of Breath tit county mountaineers poured Into this city after tho departuro of sov oral companies of tho troops and cele brated the democratic victory by ttTtootlng out tho street lights and die charging their revolvers and rifles Fully a thousand rounds of cartridge were shot oft by tho happy mon as n tribute to tho successful candldtacs Bullets flow thick and fast In tho main streets and it was past midnight before Uio whoopees of the men died away on tho roads loading to tho hillsRepublicans in general were absent after tho Mountain factions reached tho city Cyclone cellars were hastily sought and doors and windows barred Guns were unlimbered ant gotten ready for action but at last ac counts tho jubilant democrats had confined their efforts to shooting at Inanimate objects It was all unexpected and tho sher lit had discharged most of the depu ties sworn in for service at the polls The few authorities loft decided not to monkey with tho pleasantspirited county men and humored them in their celebration efforts Troops quartered near tho city were ready to take a hand at tho first sign of serious conflict- Breathitt county was carried by the democrats and tho following ticket was elected by plurality Indicated Redwlno over Adams for circuit judge 490 Johnson over Kasb for attorney 425 Haglns 3commonwealths county judge 403 Johnson for county clerk GOl- fCallt J R Sams of the Lexington company reported that on their way to Crocketls lllo tho soldiers were tired upon by a band of men across they Kentucky river They returned the fire end tho detail caught one man who when found unarmed was re leasedAn interesting feature of the sit tuation was tho admission by John Hlanton that It was he and not his brother Tlldcn who killed Demos thenes Noble at the Spring Forki precinct polls during the election John was arrested at once It is stated that 30000 was spent in Breathltt county by tho republican and democratic commltecs during the campaign just closed Judge Redwlno declared that ho would exterminate tho blind tiger In Breathltt I Louisville Ky Sister Mary Anita n nurso at St Joseph infirmary ren dered helpless by a stroke of apoplexy fell downstairs at tho institution and sustained Injuries from which she died three hours later She was a mem ber of a wellknown Owensboro tam lIy Frankfort KyTho lato Senator William Lindsay divided his estate equally between his wife Mrs Elean or Holmes Lindsay and his daughter Mrs Marion Lindsay Sulre of Cincin natl The will was med in tho Frank tin county court t4111iJlWN 1 DKMOCIIATS WAVE BIG MAJORITY How the Senate Stands u vltnc- tFirstE M Taylor D Second W V Eaton D Third Conn Linn D Fourth J It Cutlott D- 1rthJ J Wntklnn D Sixthn M Salomon D Seventh J W Wright It Eighth T J Tlohtnor D Ninth Q T Wyatt D TenthA Brown D ElovenUi A J Oliver R TwelfUi J C Graham D Thirteenth A A Taylor R Fourteenth P J Beard D Fifteenth A T Jarvis n Sixteenth L C Nell R Seventeenth J F HoBWorth R- EighteenthB L Hubble D Nineteenth J P Smith R Twentieth W E Dowlng D How the House Stands Dlitrict Malt and Cumberland W G Kean It- y111enR A Reid It AndersonL N Carter D Ballard and Carlisle G J Reid D DarrenJ T Rlhord D Bath and Rowan A H Points D Hell Hnrdln Perry and Leslie S H Johnson R Boone J W Berkshire D BourbonS J Clay D Boyd and LawrenceJ W Stevens It- DoyloW F Plttmnn D Bracken G T Reynolds D Breathltt Lee and Magofiln R C 111111 D S P Parks R and Spencer J P Zimmer man D Butler and EdmonJonn T Rich R Caldwell R H Aken D Calloway H Chunn D CampbellElghtythlydE A Weber R Eightyfourth W II Nowell D Carroll and Gallatin Z T Coleman D Carter and ElliottA J Counts R Casey and Russell J M Blair R Christian II SoUthll1l D ClarkR D Hunter D Clark Jackson and Owsley F Rob erts R Clinton and WaynoW L Shearer R- Crlttondcn and Livingston M F Pogue D Davleaa City Ell Berry D- DaviessCountyI W Berkshire DEstill and Powell W F Welch ItFayctte City W F Klalr D Fayelto County C C Patrick nFleming C W Fulton D Fulton and Hlckman F Moore D Garrard J O Bogie D Grant J S Steers D Graves O H Brooks D Grayson L C Roberts D Green and Taylor O M Kelsoy D Greenup J II Williams D Hancock W W Spencer D Hardln J C Plrtle D Harrison H O Duffy D HartS F Crnbtrce D HendersonD D Mills D Henry Q C Waggoner D LATONIA RACES WILL CONTINUE It is Said Into Early Part of December Covlngton Ky Horsemen will bo delighted to hear that tho official nn nouncement will probably bo made of tho extension of the IAtonla meeting It Is stated on pretty good authority that Instead of closing on November 6 as horetoforo expected tho meeting will run into tho early part of Dec m ber so as to glvo the horsemen In the west a chance to earn their oats up until tho winter meetings open in the south Tho big aviation meet Is scheduled for Latonla next week but It Is thought that tho management will avoid any complications or clash by giving way to the balloon promoters for three days Sand then go on with the meeting without further Interruption Lexington Ky Frank J Marshall of Brooklyn and J W Showaller of Georgetown lire going to settle tho controversy over the chess championship here Showaltor Is acknowledged to bo the technical champion of the United States but bo has given up chess as a profession Frankfort KyR K teChno Sons one of the oldest dry goods and business houses In Frankfort filed a petition in bankruptcy giving tho lia bilities as 120000 with assets about the same Ell H Brown Jr was ap pointed receiver Louisville KyMIIJ David W Sanders 74 ono of tho souths greatest men for years Kentuckys most noted lawyer confederate veteran scholar and a man of highest rank in Louis ville citizenry died In his apartments at a local hotel- Louisville KyThe unusual spectacle of a mallcarrler wilfully destroy- Ing United States mall was witnessed It Is said by tour persons when Chas Warren Troll is alleged to have tossed great bunches of mail matter into a stove Ho was arrested d DIRtrict Twentyfirst J A Donaldson D Twentysecond M Arnott D Twentythird R B Brown D TwentyfourthL W Arnett D Twentyfifth W F Donelson n Twentys Ixth N 13 Chlpman D 1WOIltyscvcnthThos A Combs D Twentyeighth M Thomas D Twentyninth A R Burnham R ThirtiethC II Mathers D Thlrtyflrst H C Grlgsby R Thirtysecond T PriUshard D Thirtythird Hlllard Smith It bittyfourth E K Hogg D Thirtyfifth J T Vice R Thirtysixth H D Ncwcomb D Thirtyseventh Jtf C Cureton R Thirtyeighth Mark Ryan D TotalsDemocrats 20 Republi cans 12 District JoBsamlncrlt M Akin D v Johnson and Martin J W Turner R JertersonFortlourthL Owihgs D ortyfirthJ M Letterle D Fortysixth P J Louisville D Fortyseventh Joseph Francis R Fortyeighth H Huffakcr D Fortyninth RL Harris R FiftiethS M Carson R Fiftyfirst J S Robertson D lI1tonEightiethD A McVean D Eightyfirst W A Price D Eightysecond H J Meyers D Knox and Whltley W B Creek more R Larue R H Moss D Laurel and Rockcastlo J J Taylor It- LewisT M Bertram II Lincoln W H Shands D Logan M V Perry D Lyon and Marshall J H McWater- aMccrackenEugene D Graves D McLean J T Frazier D Madison L V Herrlngton D Marion II T Gartin D Mnson L A Shanklln D Moado L F Wethers D Mcnlfco and Montgomery W L Craig D Mercer J P Chinn D Motcalf and Monroe W D Allbrlght It Morgan and Wolfe F M Lykcns D Muhlenbcrg J L Richardson D Nelson F J Brown D Nicholas and Robertson W T Ken ton D- Oldbam and Trimble Zach Clone D Owen L C Llltroll D Plko E Trivctts R- PulaskiM0 Colsoti R ScottV A Bradley D ShelbyJ W Rolland D SlmpEon J R Claypool D ToddS M Russell D Trlgg J H Lackey D Union O S Wilson D City DistrictS D nines D WarredCountyW Whitlow D Washington T D Graham D Woodford H A Schoberth D TotalsDemocrats 72 Republl cans 22 HEAVY LOSS BY FIRE Caused by the Burning of a Grain Elevator at Mayfleld Mayfleld IyThe grain elevator and storage house of the flouring mill of R U Kcvil Sons containing about 65000 bushels of wheat wore totally destroyed by firo Tho build- Ings and elevator were valued at 10 000 Tho total insurance on grain and structures Is 44500 The fire it Is presumed started from a spark from a passing train FIre a few hours later destroyed a stable and a quantity of feed stuff belonging to WIHard tin lock the damage being 300 TROOPS SENT TO JACKSON Where Bands of Armed Citizens Pa rade the Streets Jackson KyThe excitement and confusion here Is intense and tho town is completely In the hands of armed citizens who parade the streets until late at night firing guns end creaUng such disorder that tho people aro afraid to venture out on tho streets A special train from Lexington arrived in the city brlns Ing 26 soldiers from the Lexington company under command of Capt J R Sams The town was taken en tirely by surprise by the arrival of the troops Frankfort Ky Coramlsslonor of Agriculture Rankin Issued his final crop report for tho year The report says tho farmers of Kentucky have had the most prosperous year In the history of the state Paducah Ky Samuel A Norman of Mayfiold Ky filed a petlUon in bankruptcy here giving his liabilities as 19933253 and assets 565 and 75 shares of stock In the Mayfiold Wool en Mills Falmouth KyThemain plant of the Falmouth Saw and Planing Mill Co caught fire and was consumed to gether with a big lot of lumber entail ing a loss of 5000 partially covered by insurance I STARTED AS ANERRAND BOY But John Stuart Kennedy Leaves 60 000000 Charities Churches and Colleges Bequeathed Fortunes Now York Starting as an errand boy In Glasgow Scotland John Stuart Kennedy died In New York October 31 worth 00000000 Ills will filed for DeIdrew the hardy Scotchmans last testament bequeathed close to 130000000 to public charities the largest single contribution of Its kind ever made Mr Kennedy had risen from errand boy to shipping clerk when ho camo to New York nearly GO years ago na the representative Of a Scotch ship ping firm Ho amassed his great for tuno mainly through shrewd and far sighted railroad Investments Nearly halt of the 30000000 goes to Institutions connected with the Presbyterian church of which Mr Kennedy had been an active member for many years Other large beneficiaries Include tho American Bible society the Metropoli tan Museum of Art tie Now York Public library tho United Charities of Now York Columbia university and Robert college Constantinople Aside from these gifts Mr Kennedy left approximately 35000000 to his wife his relatives and a great number of his friends and employes The widows share will be about 16000 000 All of tho testators employes received gifts of from 500 to 2000 cash The charitable religious and edu rational institutions which receive the largest bequests aro to share the residue of the estate left after definite gifts of approximately 12000000 have been paid outILAID WASTE BY FOREST FIRES Ire Thousands of Valuable Acresj of Timber Land In the Virginias Winchester VaThe forest fires In this section conUnue to rago fiercely and unless rain falls within tho next few hours the property loss will be enormous Thousands of acres of val uable Umber land in the Great North mountains have already been laid waste The fire was started several days ago by hunters The hotel buildings at Black Rock Springs in the Blue Ridge were destroyed with 27 cottages Orkeney Springs is also in great danger and a number of cottages have been burned in this neighborhood Tho Dunkard church the oldest edl fice In Page county was saved after heroic work by the farmers The western slope of Maryland Heights at Harpers Ferry Is also aflame Negroes Saved By White Woman Gloucester City N JFor genera tlons there has been an unwritten law that no negro family should be allowed to llvp here so when a negro cou pie began to move furniture into A house a mob of several hundcrd men and boys stormed tho place Mrs Fred Taylor white appeared at door way and declared that sho was moving there and the negroes were but helpers Leaders of the mob would not believe her and demanded tho negroes but she defied them und held them at bay until the police arrived The ne- groes left Friday Victimized By Clever Swindlers St Joseph Mo Eleven St Joseph banks were swindled last August out of about 500 each by two men who said they were from St Louis and had Just disposed of their business Inter ests there They made small deposits in cash a fow days later deposited forged drafts on the Third National bank and then withdrew their de posits on checks Five thousand dol lars reward was offered for their cal tureJHistoric Manor Destroyed By Fire Poughkcopsie N YTho historical Livingston manor owned by John Henry Livingston near Tlvoll on tha banks of the Hudson was destroyed by fire Friday night Livingston manor was made famous In history because It was In tills house which was erected In 1785 that Chancellor Livingstone sworo Georgo Washington into office In 1789 MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Nov 5CntUoExtrn 5850600 CalvesExtra 850 Hogs Choice S805 SheepEx- tra 4100425 LambsExtra 035 0650 FlourSprIng 590 Wheat No 2 red 118120 CornNo 2 mixed 62c Oats No 2 mixed 41c RyeNo 2 choice 76078c Hay Choice timothy 1475 015 Butter Dairy 24c Eggs Per doz 28c Apples Choice 370 04 Potatoes Per brl 17502 To bacco Burley 85016 Chicago Nov GWheatNo 2 red 117118 CornNo 2 mixed 63c OatsNo 2 mixed 400 41Uc PorkPrime mess 23750 24 Lard Prime 1293 Louisville Nov IiWhentNo 2 red 1180120 CornNo 2 mixed 63c OatsNo 2 mixed 41c Hay Cholco timothy Iii Hogs Extra 805 Lard Prime 1295 Indianapolis Nov GCattto Prime 38006 Hogs Choice 740 0825 Sheep Extra 425 The Little Touches These little individualities of dress ire a valuable feature Any separate Idea can be appropriated by those de- sIgning a new gown and often this little original touch will Impart an air of elegance to an otherwise color less costume The new small sleeve Is a problem to nearly every home dressmaker how to avoid the nippy look Nos 1 2 and 3 offer suggestions for sleeves for different gowns No1 is a sleeve for a seml dressy evening gown of crepe de chine piped with chiffon vel vet in a darker tone and the but tonsure covered to match The un derslcove is chiffon and lace No 2 Is a blue serge suitable for a morning frock The top of the sleeve is lego mutton shape cut with one seam and the band scalloped well up the back from which falls a frill of lace or hem stitched mull No3 is attractive for a cloth afternoon gown and takes away the plain look from the top of the arm which is not often becoming The little cap is made of the material braided and held together with matching cord and braid buttons which also trims the outside of the sleeve Thu cap is lined with a matching shade of soft satin 1HAT OF MOIRE Edged with black silk with a soft crown and a wreath of oxidized silver roses A Trying Collar The very extreme collar has not re turned but has given place to a moderately high straight collar surmounted in many instances by a suggestion of a frill again Plaited linen is better than ruch Ing and a tiny outstanding turnover Is good This is purposely allowed to Rare so as to form a frame for the face It is slashed open back and front and is rather stiff and formal lookingThis type of collar Is no more gen ernlly becoming than is the Pierrot ruff It takes away from the natural outline of the face and neck and should be cautiously chosen There are always styles of this sort for the very slender woman and they should DO reserved for her Just a Toilet Hint A little borax in witch hazel is a food face wash after motoring and is also of value in so many ways that every woman should have borax and witch hazel In her dressing case says an authority ua such matters A little bicarbonate of soda and orris root m tho bath make it much more pleasur able No4 is a novel finish for a simple f I blouse Two rows of narrow velvet ribbon black or some dark shade and I a row of gold and one of silver but tons form the trimming I Something new in buttonholes Is sketched in the serviceable No5 The garment hooks with largeYcloak hooks while the buttons and double simulated buttonholes form a finish The buttons and collar facing are of moire silkanother new fea ture of the modes The buttonholes and collar edge are of dark er I clothNo shows one of the smart touches on the latest lace cockade stlmy with a black and white chnpeauxaI t For this fashionable early fall an unusual collar finish Is the only trimming required No 7 is a light pearl gray cloth with square stitched revers of black i satin A very stunning effect is given o by three great gold disks on the end of each the A belt of two shades of taffeta and black soutache braid crossed over In front and fastening under a black sat- In bow gives a cachet to a plain silk t gown CHANGES IN TABLE SILVERI Knife Handles of Ivory and Mother of Pearl No Longer Seen Lavish Display Frowned On All of the latest knives and forks have handles of silver which has en tirely superseded tho white handles of ivory and mother of pearl The silver is found to be more substantial and is less likely to be spoiled 01 broken by constant use Sliver plat ters also take precedence over the ones of china for the serving of all meats poultry and fish as they hold tho heat better and insure the sore ing of these courses piping hot a thing not possible with china placohaltrlous designs some for fish and some for fowl and some for no ono knows what alongside the plates before a dinner is begun But for each course as it is removed the waiter brings the tools for the next Not only la this bit of show done away with but it is considered bad aste to spread out an array iof silverware before your guests an act which appears rather parvenu as though the objector a feast wero to make an exhibition grantedbyof silver to go round New Fall Goods Whipcord Satln faced crepons Crepe bengallne Travers cord Satin prunella Herringbone serge Striped English solell MarquisetteVelveteen corduroy Broadcloth Cashmere de sale Fancy messallncs Chevron worsteds Sturdy homespun Rough cheviot f J1WHO WILL GET THE PIANO It has always been the policy of this store to carry goods that the people want and to sell these goods at fair prices The giving away of t policyJI of the people who trade with 11clatlon hope to come In closer touch our old customers and to meet I with many new ones If you do not wish to enter the contest yourself you can transfer your certificates to any friend or church whom you wish to get the Piano Get your friends Interested In your behalf Have your out of town friends help you Get a good start by beginning early The a oomipondeoee oaleii tlfttA la writer it fet pnbUotioi ti u of writs rUialy Ce NOTICE ON POLITICS I Readers of the correspondence this week will find many different views expressed Tho Citizen as usual does not make Itself responsible for any these but allows correspondents say what they please so long as it Is decent The editors opinion on politics will always found only on the first page JACKSON COUNTY arcK1E McKee Nov 8lhe Board of Elec tion commissioners met last Friday and canvassed the election returns from the various precincts and Issued certificates of election to the follow ing For County Judge J Mullins for Sheriff L C Little County clerk D G Collier Circuit clerk Hector Johnson County Attorney C P Moore Superintendent schools J J Davis Jailor L V Morris Asses or J C Miller Surveyor O Hel lard Coroner P E JohnsonL C Littles majority over A B Rose was 373 J Mulllns majority over John Moore wan L V Morris ma- I jorlty over Allen Lunstord was 1037 The proposed amendment to the constitution carried In this county by a majority of 81 votes there being 397 for It and 361 against ItDr J Hayes has moved Into his new dwel ling Miss Ellen Bradshaw is vIsit- Ing relatives and friends at Nathan ton this week Mr J S Reynolds made a trip to Nathanton last Fri ETUEL Nov 4Corn crops prove good Janies Smith has returned Richmond where sold a good bunch of cattleMr John I Rice ot this place Is very feeble from an at tack sore throatW B and wife have been visiting Mr U S G Rice Narm Sizemore and fami London are visiting Mr R P Marcum of thla place Mrs Lou San dlln of this place has just returned from Mt Vernon where she has been t visiting her brother Silas Dally Mr Frank Metcalf Leighton visit his friends at Ethel Saturday and i SundayA good crowd parents t attended the speaking at Buncombe 111school house Thursday night conduct by E Li Mullins the teacher nt that place It was for the Interest of tho boys and girls the school The subject was Your DoylIrs Nancy King visited Mrs Sallle Rice Thurs IlayThe nominees all won Hurrah for tho Log Cabin Hurrah for Tho Citizen and all Its readers OIrEE HALL Greenhall Nov SMlss Florence PIerson who has been sick for several months with typhoid fever died Wed nesday and was burled Friday at the Holcomb cemeteryI S Bowies by died Tuesday with croup Bent Pierson is wearing a smite over a fine baby girl James Evans began digging a well In the fall 1906 and finished it last week opening a fine stream Several new cases of scarlet fever have developed Lee pIerson has moved from Perkins Oklahoma to NormanThe election went ort Jackson County Tuesday giving victory all nominees We r J TI 4 0 early bird catches the worm There will be special sales goods our store from week to week Come In I and examine the Piano It Is our store now- MAGNIFICENT X350 COTE PIANO Each Saturday we will have an ex pert player to prove to you the merits of this Piano Music free More new goods arriving every day Plenty good shoes tar winter Plenty everyIfor Piano I R J ENGLE Phone 60 Berea Ky losuoopososososcsaswscsnssesessiasososososososososoI o- No wooppiblliked fen by the She sot bat irtdenc good faith sosososososososasososososesosoaososoeosososososon of its to be W of W W 40 Iday he of Metcalf ly of of ed of ed of ba ot up of water in to of in in of of trust this will be a warning to bolters in the future when a man falls to get his name under that old weather beaten log cabin let him stand aside and in case he falls to do BO let him go down in defeat Corbet Evans is up from Beattyville visiting relatives will return this week Pete Frye of Island City the county Supt of Ows ley passed thru the past week on his way to Richmond to have his eye treatedJ D Pierson and family J N Smith and Luther Plerson and fam ily attended church at Union Sunday and took dinner with Ab Smith And PIerson has bought out the Elbert Mnnous heirs and erected a new dwel ling on the property which he will more this week TVNKIt Tyner Nov 7We are having n severe drouth stock water is getting scarce and wells are running low Mr Harry Moore has had pneumonia but is rapidly Improving Tho Vaughn Town Coal Co is running full time with a full crew of men but cant fill all their orders Mr J S Moore of Mildred is handling all the raw fur in this vicinity for whch he is paying top prices Llttlo Hugh Jones Is sick with throat troubleFarmers report a half crop of cornMr and Mrs Eugene Gibson have rented a farm from W It Reynolds for next earIr Wlllson Strong has return ed from Richmond where he has been to sell his stock He expects to move to Pulaski County Tho election passed oft quietly in our district with all the nominees ahead Miss Lula Bullock who has been visiting her brother Mr E H Bul lock has returned home and reports a nice time Bullock and Moore are having good success with their saw mlllIr Wlllson Blair of this place and Miss Rachel Welch ot High Knob were qultely married at the home of tho bride last Thursday We wish them a long and happy meMlss Zoo Moore who has been visiting re latives In Leo County the past five weeks returned home last Saturday CLOVER J1OTTOM Cloy Bottom Nov SRev James Lunsfoid filed his regular appoint ment at Cave Spring church Satur day and SundayMr Leslie BIcknell and Miss Martha Click attended church at Cave Spring Sunday Mr Solen I Azbill and wife visited George Benge Saturdey and SundayMr Denis Ab ney visited friends on South Fork Sunday night Mr John Purvis of thin place and Hamilton pleasant caller at Aunt Artie Russelsj Siturdtv nlghtA trial at Saturday In which Wm Pearsons was I charged with whipping his sister some time ago resulted In an ncqultal by a jury 011 the grounds ot self defense Wyley Smith made a visit to Clover Bottom on business Sunday Mrs Joe VauWlnkle J F VanWlnklo and Eliza Baker visited friends at McKee workI 10ISmith and wife visited A C BIcknell J and wife Sunday H N Dean of Clover Bottom would like to hear I 1 from Fume one who has pure white Holland turkeys for sale- a1ILIREle Mildred Nov 7The election went off very quiet all the nominees were electedL C Little defeated A B Rose by 370 and J W Mullins defeat ed Big John Moore by about 40 Harvey Mooro has gone to see his brother at Greenhall who got hurt atI a stave mlJlJ G nnd G T Morris ore making ties for the Hall Co un der the management of C C Eating Robert Welsh Jr Is all smiles over the arrival of a fine boy The Singing school at Tyner is progress- Ing nicely with G W Miller as teach erMr and Mrs Harvey Hall ot Welchburg were visiting at Robert Welsh Jrs Sunday Godfrey Isaacs nnd his brother Charley were wel come visitors at Tyner Sunday Luck to The Citizen long may it live KOCKGASTLE COUNTY yriM n- Wlldle Nov SlJr O C Hayes from Elkin visited friends and rein tires at this place last week Mr Will Barnett is building a new house Mrs Mary E Coffey who has been Isltlng her daughter at Ettawn cnn returned home astwcck Uncle Alven lerltt Is still sick Mrs Mary Hays who has been visiting at this place returned to her home at Berea Friday nOONR Boone Nov SNext Saturday and Sunday are the regular church days at alrvlew church All are cordially In- vIted to attend Mr James Lamber- ts slowly improving Mr and Mrs gesso Wren and Mrs Daisy Lambert visited Mrs Mattie Gadd near Rock brd on SundayMrs B B Chasteen nd Mrs M F Levctt visited Mrs iobert Smith near Clear Creek ono lay last week Farmers are busy tethering corn In this vicinity Crops are only fairly good owing to so much ralnIr and Mrs Wm Gadd were In this vicinity on Monday Miss Bet tie Poynter and Miss Talitha Coylo and Miss Lydia Levett were In Berea I one day last weekMr Robert Smith ms bought a farm on Brindle Ridge ind Is planning to move soonooo rfiinb Is doing some work for J H ambcrt Mrs Eliza Saylor visited Its Sims on Sunday UAULEY Gauley Nov 9A large crowd attended church at Red Hill Sunday and a protracted meeting Is going on there his week Misses Berta Robinson and I Jetty Howard and Ben Ponder have mtercd school at Berea Mra Anna Robinson Is reported very slckllrs San Kelley has gripMrs Betty Drew of Horse Lick visited relatives here last week There will be an entertainment at Red Hill Thanksgiv- Ing given by the church school and Odd Fellows Everybody invited and dont forget to bring a basket full of good things to eatThe Rev D Parker is holding aprotracted meet ng at Pine H111Coot Mullins pass cd thru this vicinity this week sell- Ing shoes Isaac Carpenter is building a new residence and will soon have It ready crt1IIX Climax Nov 5Stephens and El tlns are running their mill full time They work about 50 handsour new nerchant W J Bowman is doing a rustling business Grant York sold to Riley Shepperd a fine saddle mare at a first class priceD G Rector was In Wlldle the 4th on buslness Charley Burdette of Berea was at Stephens and Elkins saw mill on the Ith on business J A Forsytho was on Dry Ridge on business the 4th Subscribe for The Citizen boys and get the news A dollar paper and a jeveutyflre cent knife both for 115 OWSLEY CCOrlTY ISLAM CITY Island City Nov 5Caleb Powers lellvered an Interesting lecture on- Oct 30th at Boonevlllo to a crowd of lCOO people Wm Mays who has been away for a while returned hom- eundayIt is useless for any man to enter the race for Congressman gainst the Hon Caleb Powers No more can you hear the yells of the drunk men along tho road side as the majority of the moonshine stills have been captured and burnedWm Short one of our best citizens mov ell to Estill County where he expects to make his bomeDiedon her way from Kelleyvlllo one day last week Irs Nancy Banks Her remains were laid to rest in the Sturgeon grave yard She leaven a husband and six hlldren People are busy gathering their crops of corn Corn ill be current here b January 1st at tFlred- id considerable damage to the farms of James Campbell and Jas Burchos MondaW B Roberts our famous Irunraer left Monday for an extended trip thru the mountain counties Ike Vlldor won over Huff nominee for Circuit Court clerkE E Hogg was Reeled over A H Patton for State Senator Tiero was a large number or the nominees of tho Republican Party of Owsley Co that made an open Itfht for tho Democratic candidates for State Senator Martha Mays Mag glc M Bryant A B Bryant David v T III Bowman and G J Gentry left Sunday for Richmond J O Morgan of Beattyvlllo and family passed thru this neighborhood Wednesday on his way to Sexton Creek whero he wll make tie future home Prentlss Drew or Is teaching school this week in tht absence of his father Emma Lan is making her homo at J C Gentry at presentThat good paper thai brings tho news to the mountains Is The Citizen VINCENT andIably shorter than for year Idamay mines are reported runnlnf on full tlmo at present Tho scarlet fever scare is over and the Pcdagogi ore once again busy That awful Nov election Is over and some of the nominees snowed under John Rail ford was defeated by Vol Taylor for Jailer by a majority of 200 votes Bill Huff nominee for Circuit Court clerk was defeated by Isaac Wilder by a majority of SO votes Stavo hauling from the English mills on Wild Dog is tho general go at present Tho Travelers Rest Grays scored another victory Sunday over the New hope- boys The scoro was 38 to SDrack Bond and wlfo of Clay County wero tho guests of Mr and Mrs J C Dot ner of this place a day or two last wEekJ B Spott the flour and meal man of Vincent is doing a hustling business In his line3Ir S P Cau dell who Is teaching school at this place has purchased tho barber shop std soft drink stand of Prlco and Bother at Travelers Rest Rolo Von able gave to his friends a card party last Saturday night and nil report a fine time Walter Bryant of Blake was the guest of T B Venablo Sun layAndy Venable and wife wero tbe guests of JB Scott a day or two ast week IlICKTOWX Rlcetown Nov GCorn crops are cry light in tills section1 John Rey olds had a working Friday Ho is fixing u his barn Andy Hicks and Leo Combs each killed a wild turkey lore last week Robert Baker returned home from Idaho a few days ago Miss Mollle E Wilson of Cow Creek visited her Bister Mrs H Gabbard ast weekC B Gabbard purchased a tine horso from B J Moyera for IMCa581e Combs and sister Dora isltcd relatives on Cow Creek this weoklIon Caleb Powers and Jatk son Morris spoke a Boonovillc Oat IOUs in the Interest of the Rouubll can party Mr Powers when rotating his trials caused tears to come to the yea of many old citizens Right upon the scaffold and wrong upon tho hronc was tho subject of his ecUire He It a candidate for Con gross of the 11th District and when the voter aro east it will bo a royal mo for bumThe election passed oft without any serious trouble at this place MADISON COUNTY KINOSTON Kingston Nov 8Dled Oatober 31 Uncle Billie Butner Ho was 89 years old Funeral services wore held at the residence Monday morning Surlal In the Butnor graveyard Mrs John Powell and daughter Martha were the guests of Mrs Chas Rogers Wednesday Mrs A P Settle spent last week with relatives near Lcxlng tonllr Arthur Riddle has purchased a house and lot of Cash Moody fo- r50Mr Green Gabbard of Wallace ton visited relatives hero last week Mr and Mrs Lewis Sandlln spent Sunday with J C Powell Bro Goldsmith filled the Rev Wllholts place it the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday Mrs lay Boon made a Juelneas trip to Richmond Wcdneo layMica Martha Powell was the guest of tho Misses Crawfordo Sat irday night Mrs Robert Hudson is visiting her mother at Junction City this week Mrs Ben Been visited her parents at Big Hill SaturdayMr L C Powell and family havo moved to lug Hill where Mr Powell line bought mt Mrs Jeff Settles store and Is going into the mercantile business DUKYFCS Dreyfua Nov IIrs F M Jones vas In Richmond Thursday on busl nessMrs D R Baker who has been sick for tho past week is able to be out agalnlIra Llzzlo Kimberlalu was shopping in Berea Saturday Miss Zulah Davis was the guest of illra Maude Baker SundayMr Robt Lamb and his father Mr Jno Lamb of Jermantown Ohio are In this vicinity on business Mr John Kclloy Is very low with typhoid fover Mr bas Davis has just returned from Winchester where he has been on bus assMr and Mrs Elder Baker of anola spent Sunday with their son Mr Alton Baker Miss Elslo WI1 lams spent Wednesday night with ills Jennie Kindred Mr and Mrs Vlll Jones and Mrs Martha Click pent Sunday night with Mr and Mrs peed McLeerharn Mr B Williams of Kerby Knob was in this vicinity iVednesday June Laine is having his dwelling house repaired Mr Jas Deny who has been sick for the past ew months with consumption died ast Tuesday morning at four oclock j Absolutely Pure Royal BakingPowder Improves tho favor andadds to the I healthfunoss oftho food ROYAL BAKINGpWDER t Absroiutoly Pure Mr and Mrs James Deny were the guest of Mr and Mrs Lalne Sunday Mrs Ella T fork preaches at the Baptist church hero Sunday Everybody is invitedLEE COUNTY IKK1IITON Leighton Nov SWo are having some fine weather nowMr John Jones Is on the sick llelA tram car turned over on DIrt Bastes last Tuesday and he was badly injured but ho Is some better nowMrs Francis Griffin of Corbin Is visiting friends I and reatlvca in this vicinity Mrs K and Ora Griffin visited Mrs How Bol lei Sunday Mr Tom Anderson has moved Into LIg Sparks house Mr Robert Baker who leas been visiting home folks In Virginia returned to his work the past week Mrs Sarah Roach Is recovering from typhoid fe von GARRARD COUNTY PAINT LICK Paint Lick Nov SMr and Mrs Jim Quinn and daughter May wore the guests of Mr and Mrs Stulvo Hnlcomb last SundayMr A B Gab bard has gone to Richmond to have some dental work done Mrs A B Gabbavd and Mrs Nannlo Soper wore the guests of Geo Carter and family last Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Robt Duncan Will and Walker flan ton of Heron and Dan Gabbard and family were the guests of O L Gab bard Sunday Mruri Stowo and chil dren have returned from Richmond where she has been visiting her mo I thor Mrs Chas Rogers Mr and Mrs Jeff Davis and famly visited Stulvo Halcomb and family last Sunday Mr and Mrs 0 4 Gabbard were the guests of Mr and Mrs C C Bliin ton of Asbury last Tuesday night CLAY COUNTY HPIIINO ClirHK Spring Creek Nov STho nominee were all elected In Old Clay by largo majorities over tho Independent can didates Mary Hosklns of Leslie Co was elected by about 400 majority over the bolter H C Valentine for County supt of schools Wo are in formed that a store house was burn ed last Tuesday night with nil Its contents In Knox County belonging to Taylor and Co loss about 11000 Our school Is progressing nicely un der the management of Thee Houu cliell The Lesson of Leprosy The main lesson of leprosy Is somewhat philosophic All Europe for cen tunes was covered with It but the quick strong reactive blood of the white race strangled the germs of death so It Is doubtful if whites could i ever bo pestered much again Yel low races of slower weaker blood are still slowly stowing with It The Root of All Good In the man whose childhood has known caresses there lies a fiber of memory which can be touched to nobler Issues Gcorga Eliot n THINGS WORTH READING Polities Is all to the front tIlls week and Tho Citizen leads all Kentucky weeklies in its review of tho subject It you are Interested In politics am reld10llrweek Tho first and best is under tho Washington date lineby our special correspondent who has unusual sour ces of Information nnd writes with tho knowledge of ono who Is on tho Inside Tho other article on Kentucky affairs has been prepared after careful con Bulatton with men whose poltlcal acu men line won them reputation and success and represents tho ideas which many politicians are secretly holding but which most of them aro afraid to openly avow They may not be right but they have mighty good backing Read them anyhow Next week wo will have another ro markablo article from Washington It will tako up tho recent attack upon Joe Cannon showing his place In Con grest thIS sources of his power the reasons for the attack on him and the oxtbtit to which he is to blame for the real evils of modern political life It you want to know the facts read this article Wo expect to print next week tho article spoken of some tlmo ago tel ling of the woman who so far as wo know has more descendants than any other living person Her record is a wonderful one and a credit to tho mountains and to Jackson County her homo There are probably over a hundred of her relatives and descen dante who read the Citizen Watch for that article Woman a Poultry Expert Miss N Edwnre of Coakley Glous tershlrc Is said to be tho highest au thority In England on poultry She has won over 1000 prizes and export ed poultry Into every country Begin ping In a small way with only twenty fowls her poultry farm Is now one of tho largest In England Sho docs not raise chickens for the general market but sells eggs and stock birds Why He Was Glad Tho honeymoon had begun to bump tho usual bumps George dear queried the brldo of six months are you glad youre mar riedSure thing replied George Why are you glad she alkedIBecause ho explained It will prevent mo from making any moro mistakes of that kind for the present Coeducation In America In elementary schools 9C per cent of the children of the United States are In coeducational schools In ondary schools the proportion for leCoCoducatlosa Is 95 per cent of and universities attended by men 68 per cent admit women Students Find Lead Mine A vein of lead nail zinc ore has been discovered on tho grounds of the school of Mines at Plnttovllle WIs and will be opened up by the students PRINTERS INK SPELLS We Make It SPELL For YOU at Prices So Low They Will Astonish You Come and Get Those Letter Heads You Have Been Necdintf So Long 500 Letter Heads 6x9 125 500 Envelopes 125 Postage or Express Extra Berea College Printing Department Berea Ky r1r 1 1 r