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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 4 I t- IIIESIIJENTS OFFICE i I3EREA KY BEREA PUBLISHING CO tlNCOIirOUATUU 1 J P FAULKNER Manager Knlertd at the Pottofflct at Data Ayi oI uconA Iou maU matter i Vol XII Five cents a copy MADISON COUNTY OCTOBER 13 1010 One Dollar a year No r Mens Wear SATE are ready to show you the newest in Nobby Suits and Overcoats Good prac tical Clothes that are up expectations in t dOevery requirement I lOto20FO- R FINE QUALITY Suits and Overcoats High Grade HATSSHOES SHIRTS HOSIERYETC At Popular Prices R R Kentucky NEWS Of THE WEEK Even Wisconsin Has One Deitruc tion from Forbad Fires Mood Resigns Success of Portages Revolution Enormons Corn Crop The Doings of Hearst BEAMS IN OTHER EYES WU consln lute a real outlaw In the porso of John P Dcllz who has withstood nil the power of the state for fut six years and won out In a number or instances lie Is the socalled defender of Cameron Dam It took tho sheriff and a hundred men several hours to force the daring outlaw to surrender Thousands of bhols wero fired and Deitzs cabin was literally riddled with bullets Himself his son and daughter were wounded and out deputy killed and another bcrlounly Injured Dlotz claims that ho would not have surrendered If It had not been for the collapse of his wlfo MORE FOREST FIItESit is re ported from Wlnn lOg Canada that that are raging In that district Kitty lives are re orted to be lost and perty destroyed amounting to two mil lion dollars Tho tires remain unchecked ItmlIllSosIJUSTICE MOODY has been expected for n number of I months Justice Moody of tho Supreme Court has retired from tho bench owi ing to 111 health President Taft has accepted his resignation Senator Oeo Soutliorland of Utah It is said IsIslated for the vacancy V IN THE JUNKS OP KKlUBLWS lho rumors of a revolution In Portugal that wero current last week have been abundantly authenticated ThuI King is a refugee and is being tected by tho English at Gibraltar The republican forces rule the land and tho nation has become quiet and apparently satisfied under the new republican government Tho only opposition that iu being Incurred Is with the clericals but tho church forces seem to be decidedly In the mi I norlty and tho now government has I no fear from that source THE CORN CHOP The Cincinnati Enquirer has been gathering reports of the condition of tho corn crop throughout the union and from those reports tho statement is made thut tho yield for this year will bo two hundred and fifty million bushels in excess of that of last year und Uie total crop is estimated to be worth a billion four hundred million dollars which almost equals tho wheatand cot ton crops combined It has been ex pected that the three million bushel mark would bo reached but two and three quarter millions are tho present figures HEAIIST OUT OF THE TRACES William Randolph Hearst editor und head of the Independence League In New York City and state Is waging vicious warfare upon Doss Murphy and tho Tammany Machine This Is taken to Indicate that Mr Dlx the Tammany Democratic nominee may expect the cnomity of Hearst and his league anti this will lessen his chan ces for election tremendously THE CITIZEN Devoted to the Interests of the Motein People BEREA COYLEBerea bord3rjhl1o DEATHS SUMMONS It is not often that tho death of a single individual brings to an entire community such a sense of loss and bereavement as did that of Mr C Kay Hanson Ho suffered a long continued siege of typljold fever with several relapses until his naturally strong physical powers wore overcome by the disease entering Into rest on Sunday last Mr Ransoms entire life spent In Borea until last spring when he moved to London to accept a posltio with a Telephone Company there Many will remember him in tho capacity of an undertaker conducting funerals with rare appropriatoncs and grace Of an exceedingly sympathetic and kindly nature he endeared himself to many by his thoughtfulness and interest on such occasions Ho was a member of the village council for several years and also served for a long tine as Clerk of the Board Ills zeal and Interest in all matters affecting the public wel faro were most commendable Ho was cut off In the full strength of a vigorous manhood at the age of thirtysix years Deep sympathy Is extended to the bereaved wife who Is loft to carry Ul0imore and more to her only son for support and comfort In her declining years Tho funeral services wore hold Monday evening at tho home of Mr C L Manson conducted by Rev W Masters of London Ky A large number of citizens were gathered to pay their last tribute of respect to their dead friend Beautiful flowers In rich profusion SmllathlzlngI AN INVITING CALL The Rev C Rcxford Raymond pas tor of the First Congregational church of Flushing Borough nf Queens N Y and former Prof and celvIcdlor tho South Congregational church of Drooklyn N Y at a salary of 4000 Raymond has ministered to the congregation at Flushing for thu mst five years very acceptably and they are loath to give him up Ho has not yet announced his decision mad will take some time to consider tho call Ho is spending the present week In Boston at the Triennial ses don of tho National Council of Congregational churches While in Berea Mr Raymond was nstructor in Greek and English 1895 mad 1896 Supt of Extension and Jlblo study and Oratory 1898 to 1902 In the Extension field he became qulto well known and made many rlcnds throughout tho mountain district Forms of Duty Wo require from buildings all from men two kinds of goodness first the doing their practical duty well then hat they T be graceful and pleasing In doing It which Is itself another orm of duty Ruskln EYES TOO SORE TO SEE EYE SORES Eye soresnot sore eyes We shall write about that later But eye sores tend to make sore eyesor ought to A man may wear a now suit a clean shirt a new collar and tie but if his shoes aro worn and not blacked aud his hat faded and out of shape he is not dressed up and do s not look neat The new garments ouly serve to cull attention tothe old Consistency is a jewel in matters of dress as well as mutters ofspeech The same thing may said about k home It wont do very well just to paint the front or whitewashor repair the fence in tho front of the house That will call attention to the back by contrast You would not expect tho urea back of the house to look like the front anymore than you would expect a feet to look like his head but as you expect him to wear clean polishedshoes as wen as a good hat when he dresses upso you would the area back of the house to get its appropriate attention along with the front And further Towns and cities have their back yards and front shoulU be treated with the same 1Occaslollallylat has not a single Rttra hive spot just as there is nothing whatever beautiful or attractive about somo homes but that is not often the case Usually the stranger is asked in succession by each resident that he meets Have you seen this place or that particular residence Such ques tions coming as they often do have nothing to boast olin their private surroundings are in ications of a civic pride that is very commendable but one could oltu wish that they had back of them more of the ambition of the kit d that makes general conditions betterNot since a gentleman on visi ing a certain mountain town was asked by one of tho citizens Did ou notice Court House and jnllthe beautiful lawn around each and the flowers around the jail tuYes was his replyTTapdhhave seen your school house too Now the school house had no lawn ho grass no flowers Strange that criminals should be given more beautiful surroundings than the children It was all right for the criminals unless it might be said that it was a little bit too inviting But the school house was repul sore Think of it e contrast put the town to shamoIAnd there were other eye sores niud holes in thestreets weeds along the side walks cattle and hogs at large and the consequent filth alleys filled with rubbish and decaying matter the back doors of stores piled round with boxes and barrels the stench from livery stables and outhouses further description is barredand the squa lor in the string town district But this is enough Let no one think that the shoe does not fit his town because it has neither a court house nor a jail If he is blindand cant see the eye sores let him put his nose into commission Put on thy beautiful garments 0 Zion That means that every part of the city should havo its appropriate clothing decoration beautifying r The Appalachian Exposition THE SCENES OF A DAY ROOSEVELT DAY Fine DisplaysThe Products of the Home the Farm the Shop Forest and MinePlenty to Amuse and Much to Elevate d EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE Due to Individual Effort A unique and creditable Exposition unique In that it is a monument to Individual effort neither having asked nor received aid from any state or na tion Creditable In that it brings to tlio front and displays In no back ward way tho wares and products tho educational resources the Intellectual achievements and tho indus trial possibilities of tho region known to all the world nr tho most belated In tho Union the home of the purest AngloSaxon stock Appalachian America Wonder and Regret Tho first exclamation of The Citizens representative was one of won der and tho second one of regret wonder at the magnitude and the high character of tho exposition and regret that Kentucky had so little part in it regret that It was drawing to a close and so few of our people had been to see It regret that we could not turn out en masse and get its Inspiration And what an Inspir ation It was to ninny and might have been to thousands of others that should have passed thru its gates Every One Benefitted One can imagine the farmer return ing and putting now life into his farm stocking It with now grain tho cattle raiser Introducing new breeds tho miner and lumberman us ing now methods and new machinery tho merchant more ambitious to land his trade with tho wares of life And one can see tho beneInttedcaehpose and Inspired by a higher ideal But thousands upon thousands did see It and notfe will regret tho time spent nor the cost but many will re gret that both time and money were so limited and tho editor of The Citizen among time latter number Scenes of a Day Some might think that but little could be seen In a day but a day Is a long time and gives many oppor tunities if spent with intensity of pur pose Moonshine Still After entering tho grounds tho first thing to attract attention was tho enclosure of tho moonshine itlll but it was passed by as being nothing now or strange Then there wore saw mills In operation and var ious kinds of machinery for road making and rock crushing These are anI A visit to the poultry show was a well spent half hour Indeed The Citizen man did not know that there were so many and such line breeds and ho left the building feeling that that much of theshow alone would amply pay any one for making the trip and he vowed to use the columns of the paper to encourage poultry raisingAdministration Building Then there was tho great adminis tration building overlookinglhe lake in which were alcoves and booths with displays of almost everything imaginable every Industry every pursuit every organization every institution hero advertised itself in small compass with its best products It did not seem possible for anyone to see theso conveniences of house and office and shop without experi encing a longing for the best and re cording a determination to strive for better conditionsThe Side Naturally tho things that amuse appealed to some all the time and to all some of the time There was tho coon that every one wanted to duck or see ducked there was the Midway with its snake charmers fortune tellers cake walkers roller cos ters as well as all the biggest things the littlest things and the most wonderful things In the world and there was MulhaUs famous Wild West Show and passing by tho beck oning begging and importuning a gents of all tho rest In went the rep resentative of The Citizen and there ho for more than an hour and ho would do it again There were train ed horses trained cattle and trained Indians trained men and better trained women Truly their skill with tho broncho as well as tho trained steed and the quickness with which they could lasso throw and tie tho long horned Texas ox was worth go Ing far to see Roosevelt Comes But It was Roosevelt Day and tho time for his arrival was approaching The exposition drew its thousands but the famous hunter of the African Jungle and the no less famous hunter or the American beastas Judge Litndsley terms the corrupt political nachlnes drew his tens of thousands There was a field full a vast field I Continued on fifth page Knowledge knowledge newspaper KENTUCKY particular powerand OUR RECORD- SINGE bank was established in 1901 it enjoyed the support of the peo ple of Berea and Madison County and so steady been its growth that it is today 1 regarded as one of the strongest banks in this part of Kentucky In placing the bankVi a on this high plane of efficiency the conserv atism the business judgment and ability of its management have played a prominent part t If you have not already opened an ac count with this thoroughly sound and mod ern institution we invite you do so with out delay t BEREA BANK C TRUST COMPANYW WANDERERS INVITED HOME Shall They or Shall They Not Heed Tho Invitation Both Sides Set Forth by Prof John E Calfee A railroad recently built thru a cer tain region of tho Appalachian moun tains has a new one in the art of building up Its passenger and freight traffic Most roads by systematically and persistently distributing lllustrat ed literature have been able to con vince great numbers that the land or opportunity lies just ahead of them By selling their homes and Investing a few dollars in a railroad ticket they will be carried to the very spot wher fortunes are easily made But by this road tho people are Invited to come beck and find opportunity and hope on the very spot they left years At first thought this seems flatly contradictory but the good sense and reasonableness of it gradually comes to light as the proposition Is thot over The degree of success of such an enterprise can be approximately forecasted by a careful study of the reasons for the migration from tho highlandsFrom the boyhood days of our greatgreatgrandfathers the idea of going west and growing up with the country has captive hords of young men to the land of promise A few of them grew weary fainthearted and returned to share with their father the old homestead The major Ity remained to become successful and leaders in the development of states This number has been great ly increased front time to time by others who sold their mountain and moved to where there were bet ter opportunities for getting good homes schools and churches for their children They too have been cucess ful and Appalachia can proudly invite them to return home And perhaps a great many of them would be delighted to get back on their native soil If they could leave sentiment to decide they would come but there are other considera tions The things which they have struggled long and hard for aro notI movable so they will not heed callTho first thought of any people Is their opportunity for nicking a living If this chance Is not found at homo they should go where it is There ire many thousands of acres of mountain land which are economically uninhabitable It Is useless for any man to go contrary to the laws of nature as he does whenever he at tempts to make a living on theI tread of somo remote covo hero Is not enough arable land to nako feed for one cow and a few thickens and ho lives all the way from four to eight miles from the nearest school Such regions should be depopulated and the people shoulllI nova down to the fertile Ir necessary leave the county or even rarmIIngschools will weaken IIY and splrtually any people Judging rum mans make up and that of the sea he was never intended to Inhab- It it Tho reason Is no loss ob Continued on page is the way to keep up with modern is to read a good 16 to thu pro was time Mr be our sat this has has to ago led homes filth IN OUR OWN STATE Gov Willsons Views as to Good RoadsThe Tobacco PoolTo Fight Tuberculosis Horse Show Appelate Court Decision D A IL CONVENTION Tho state conference of the Daughters of the American Revolution will meet in Frankfort October 2Cth and 27th I Great efforts are being mado by tha entertainment committee in tho cap ital city to give the delegates the best reception they have ever had Tho chairman of the committee Is Miss Annie Noursc Sho is to bo assisted by Mrs Coy Willson and Mrs J C W Beckham The meet Ing will be noted for its many social featuresGOVERNOR WILLSON AT KNOX VILLB Governor Willson attended tho good roads convention at theIAppalachian Exposition at and was one of the prominent slleakJers In his speech ho says there is no use to live within five miles of the best railroad on earth it you cannot get over the five miles of road which He between you and tho railroad Ho also declared his op position to tho method of Issuing bonds to build roads and justified himself In vetoing all bills of that nature that had come up for his signatureI SHOOTING IN MOROANUeportsjfrom Canal City areI that a serious fight occurred between I the Days and Nickels last Friday night In which J T Day Jr Win Day and John Nickel wero badlyI wounded It is feared that J T Day will not get well The fight was the outcome of trouble which originated in a school election last year IVarE ON TilE POOLThe toImcco which has been agitating the people of tho great tobacco district of Kentucky more than usual this year is to bo declared either cu- or off by a vote to be taken November lachIbacco growers to bo allowed to vote but all buslnessmen of the county are declared voters It Is thought by ul owing the outsiders to vote that the Question may be decided not selfishly by those Interested In the pool but looking to tho welfare of the entiretcommunity TUBERCULOSIS EXHIBIT At the meeting of the executive committee of the Kentucky association for the prevention of tuberculosis la xmlsvlllo last week it was decided to equip and send throughout time state a traveling exhibit which will consist of charts and models showing the extent of the disease and giving directions for tho prevention and uro Mr Eugene Kerner is the xocutlve secretary and It now Ie omes his duty to secure the funds ror tho equipment of the exhibit Mr Corner Is to accompany the editor or Tho Citizen through Harlan CounIty and part of Whitley during tho wo weeks beginning October 14th on a health campaignIJi f I trpppp S Page Two THE CITIZEN The Citizen A family newspaper for all that la right true and Interesting FablUhtd stay Tray at Eema Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated I P Faulkner Editor and Manager Subscription Rates PATA3LH ADVASC3- Oet TntreoC-zUeathi M Thru Moult 5 send rotoStt or Eiprra Money Order Drift RcjUurtd Letter or oat SId two tttttaapsTLe after TOUT nacre oa label bows to wiat date your rabKripUeo It paid If It U net ctinjrd wililo three week after imt 4l otilf u- sltruiatttmbe will tx clilly ropyUrf U we trcBOtiara Rn pjwntart tbdp irith new ssbet dross UId pnzxirtlt fiend tar Frunima Un Liberal terms sittt to any who obtain new rub crl for aL one sendie UJ four yMrly nbseriptiotaanredeteTbCiuanfm- erh1 iet for one tar AdTtTtidBt rata oa application I KIXICK O- Pnurrccry PRESS ASOCUTIOX S While a wooden leg may be the sad result of an accident the hobble skirt Is a womans own fault And now since men bare proved themselves the best dishwashers the women want them to retain the job It took Moizsaat three weeks to get from Paris to London by airship Still walking would haTe been worse A young lady says It does no good to bitch your wagon to a star for the darned star dont stop to let yon get In It Is hard to predict occurrences from day to day further than that an aviation record of some sort will be broken A Chicago man defeated a woman In a dishwashing contest It were better for his sex had he considerate ly lost Now that the Balkan war cloud has begun hanging around again It is time to send up a flock ot airships to Invite it to go hence rAnother naval hero A captain of a been seriously wounded In action His ankle was broken while he was dancing at Newport j Chicagoans will now be expected to carry around a microscope to see vhether their ice cream contains more than 5000000 germs the new limit A New York policeman recently ate Cl ears of corn at a sitting Our only hope in this connection Is that he did not have an overhanging mustache When a mans wife has gone away for the summer be ought to have the decency at least to look downhearted In the photograph which he sends to her If man had had as complete com mand over the seas as he has hall over the forests they would all be Cried HP and crying for irrigation by thin time An airship line is to be established between Baltimore and Washington Those two cities are so noar together that the ground betwon them can be padded all the way Prizes have been offered for the best poems in Esperanto This ought to give the magazines a much needed rest and it ought also to cheer up the unappreciated poets It is a harsh and hasty judgment to assume that every handsome young woman who is seen walking with crutches has been rashly intimate with a bobbleskirted gown Tho woman who slashed nine perI- ODSt when she saw her husband slip a quarter to a girl in church must have thought that particular act of charity covered an unusual amount of sin A New York court has declined to permit a literary society to call itself the Souse club Occasionally a New York court tosses aside technicalities and legal verbiage and gets right down to business and common sense The United States forest service Is advertising for a xylotomist We are not quite certain what a xylotomlst Is but the man in tho flat overhead plays something that sounds like it every night Indiana now eats mar beans than Massachusetts See what literature does I We learn from London that the silk bat Is dying out Occurs its been an uncommon long time dying Theres no moro pathetic sight on earth than a silk topper on its last legs Some body ought to put It out of Its misery Maybe Its only one of those hot weath er stories though In London when ever news is dull they send out a hardened reporter to kill the plug hat Sauerkraut is surpassing beans in popularity la Boston Now that shows Hub the progressiveness of the PEACE OFFER FAILS ARMED MEN CAMP AROUND HOMESTEAD OF OUTLAW JOHN DIETZ WILL FIGHT TO LAST DITCH Master of Cameron Dam Refuses to Surrender Except to Governor of Wisconsin and Defies Overtures of Attorney General Winter Wls John Dicta has refused to surrender to anyone but the governor of the state of Wis consin and has emphatically declared himself to this edict to J M FroeUcb the St Paul envoy who went to intercede In his behalf to avoid bloodshed To the attorney general of Wlscon sin and the secretary of the governor who accompanied him on his trip to the Diet cabin to obtain his surrender and the transfer of the case to another county John Dietz made the same statements Well this Is the end said Sheriff Madden when he learned the result of Governor Davidsons effort to bring peace to Cameron DamIThere Is nothing for us to do but to get Dietz and well do It The llttlfc log cabin in which the Dietz family lives Is built on a little knoll which commands a view of the forest on all sides There Is low ground oa all sides of the knoll except one About fifty yards from the house Is the stable and just beyond the stable Is a cornfield and several piles oflumberIn conference which failed the officials offered to quash all the In dlctments against other members of the Dietz family end all except one of the Indictments against Dietz him sell Dietz demanded that all the civil suits against himself be decided In his favor The states envoys were unable to convince Dietz that these demands were beyond their power to grant but they still insist he Is sane and responsible With the closing of the conference plans were made to force the fighting Many of the 100 deputies who have surrounded the homestead crawled within revolver shot of the Dietz cabin and concealed themselves behind stumps stones and In the grass Previous to the conference the offi cials bad understood from Dietz that If all the warrants against himself and his family except the one for the recent Horel shooting were quashed he would come out After a conference with the county officials it was decided to offer to quash all the Indict ments against the other members of tho family This was done but Dietz refused A tentative offer then was made to quash all the indictments against himself except the Horel one Tho officials learned that they had misunderstood DIetzs terms that they included the settlement of all the civil suits In which he Is Involved In his favor The civil suits Include a judgment against Mrs Dietz for 2000 in the United States court much litigation wIth the lumber companies over the how the home right of Dietz to charge 60000 toll for logs floated through his dam prior his purchase of It trespass with his neighbors disputes over bay and grain sales and validity of the title to the land the Is on Madison Wis Letters having and crossbones In red and black threatening the life of Governor Davidson unless ho Instructs Sheriff Madden of Winter to discontinue the hostilities against John A Dietz are being received at the office hourly While the feels there need be no fear they will be carried out he Is annoyed and per haps a trifle nervous over the and of Police Shaughnessy was to the executive office and the him was de- cIded letters to place a police guard around the executive mansion until the present wave subsides Fights Pollc Two Hours Detroit Mich Barricaded in a bed room of his home Frederick Lenchaw wounded Patrolman Haddox and fought off nine other offices for two hours Thursday The police had been to quell a family quarrel Body of Girl Slayer Found Hartley laThe body of George Godfrey who shot and killed MIlS Rika Amelsberg near here because she resented his attentions was found Thursday in a near the scene of the murder BROWNE PUT ON THE GRILL LEGISLATOR ACCUSED OF OFFER ING BRIBE TESTIFIES Declares of House Asked Him Get Democratic Members to Vote for Lorlmer ChlcagoLee Brawne mi nority leader la the Fortysixth gen oral assembly took the witness stand the senatorial Investigating committee Thursday and told a story xlth sensational aspects Among these was a declaration that Edward Shurtleff speaker of the house of rep resentatives was the dictator of the plan to elect WIlUam Lorlmer United States senator The minority leader began hIs testimony with disputing evidence given by legislators who accuse him of bri RepreIlentatiTeto his Drawees hotel room on May f5 1909 the night Mr Lori election- Browne testified that about three before Lorlmers election Speaker SburtlcS came to him and asked him whether he could get the boys rote for Larimer meaning Brownes friends Browne acknowledged being In St Louis June 2L He said he met Shep hard Link Beckemeyer and Luke and thought he met Clark They were exiled to meet him through the agen cy of others he said to discuss his political future and his vrobablo can didacy for minority leader DId you ever pay Link or Becke meyer 10007 asked Attorney Aus trian No Browne either denied all the charges of bribery or evaded by an swering I dont remember Absolute denial of ot 2600 or any other sum to State Sen ator D W Holstlaw or any other legislator In connection with the election of Lorimer was made by State Senator John Broderick STANDARD CUTS OIL PRICES Reductions Mae f 0 Europe and the Far East In Campaign to Increase Use of Kerosene New YorkJ I C Clarke through whom the Oil company its official announcements to the public has Issued a statement the effect that the company has entered a thoroughly mapped out campaign to increase the consumption of kerosene In European countries and the lands of the Orient The first move In this campaign Is tho reduction of the prices of oil In those coun tries Mr Clarke announcement says In part The Standard Oil company has In augurated a campaign to increase the worlds consumption of refined oil The level of prices for refined oil today in the United States Is lower than at any time during recent years and as a direct result of thes prices the consumption of refined oil in this country Is increasing The same pol ilcy is now being actively pursued abroad IDIETZ HOME SURROUNDED BY DEPUTIES yGWrao r The shows the deputies surrounded and drew In upon home of the Wisconsin outlaw The Is marked by a cross while the arrow at the right Indicates the Cameron Dam the point In dispute suitsto petty homestead skulls executive governor that letters Chief called shown to It Ten called had cornfield Speaker to ONell before before mers weeks to payment Standard makes to on sketch As indicated by this statement the Standard company began trying out the policy of lower prices In the United States though without an nouncing that it had In view a campaign that would cover the world In August the price of refined oil In tanks was reduced from 6H to 5 cents a gallon and the price of re fined oil in barrels at the refinery was cut 1 cent from 9 to 84 cents a gallon Navy Blast Kills Two Washington Two men are dead and one seriously injured as the result of an explosion in the high ex plosive building of the Washington navy yard Tuesday Captain Beatty the commandant of tho navy yard has ordered a board of investigation to determine the cause ot the accident Iowa Girl Shoots Herself Oskaloosa InMiss Hattie SIders twenty one years old committed sui cide Friday while In the company of Homer Woofter a policeman of Albla The company registered at a hotel as Harry Fisher and wife Jail Delivery at Cairo Cairo JIIFtve prisoners escaped from the Alexander county jail Friday by sawing the bars In two across one of the windows One was charged with attempted murder the other four with burglarY WANTS A B GuNAVf COL ROOSEVELT MAKES SPEECH I AT APPALACHIAN EXPOSI TION IN TENNESSEE SAYS ARMY IS LARGE ENOUGH ExPresident Declares Most Practical Policy for United States Is to Prepare for War In Time of Peace I Knoxvllle TennTheodore Roose nIt In emphasizing the necessity of the United States maintaining a larger navy In his address at tho Appala chlan exposition sro Friday used the expression Spetk softly but use the big stick The expresident made his utterance in telling the Immense audience that the most practical policy Is for the United States to talk peace but prepare for war U war were to come Colonel Roosevelt proceeded our army would do well provided we gave It a chance to prepare for it In time of peace Dont forget that that Is essential Re member that If we do have any ware will have a real antagonist It Is not necessary that we have a big army but Te must certainly have a great navy In going through Europe what Im pressed me greatly was that nothing commanded more respect from the battleshipIelgn waters The foreign nations do not care about our Fourth of July ora tions They do not care when we get out and tell what we can do but when we sent our battleships around tho world somethlng no foreign pow er had ever dared to dowell that Impressed them- I am a strong believer in peace but I believe the stronger navy is needed t Colonel Roosevelt reached Knoxville after a stop at Bristol Va where he launched Into a defense of his new nationalism and told the crowd that ho was fighting the bosses In New York He found the crowds that turned out for him all along the way through Virginia and Tennessee to be equally demonstrative as those on the western trip 500 ARE HOMELESS IN FLOOD Damage to Property In Southern Indi ana and Kentucky by the High Water Is 1500000 Louisville Ky Hundreds of per sons are homeless In the lower Ohio river valley and damage estimated at 1500000 has been caused In In diana and Kentucky by the goods ot the last few days A dispatch from Boonevllle Ind states that 500 people are homeless and that the deluge bas destroyed more than a million dollars worth of property in southern Indiana Dam age to bridges and roads in six coun ties in Kentucky has been placed at a half million dollars Agree on Safety Appliances Washington Definite standards of safety appliances to be attached to railway cars and locomotives finally have been agreed upon after nearly a third of a century of effort It is evil mated that the proposed changes In equipment will cost the rollroids about 50000000 150000 Fire at Mason City la Mason City laOne hundred and rut thousand dollars Is the estimated loss from fire In the destruction of the Mason City Transfer and Storage com pany building and contents Friday The International Harvester company Is the greatest loser Mansfield to Head Ticket Boston Frederick W Mansfield of Boston was nominated for governor by the delegates to the Democratic state convention Friday the nomina tion being by acclamaiUn FARMERS MEET IN LINCOLN AGRICULTURISTS GATHER TO DISCUSS BIG PROBLEMS Thirtieth Annual Session of Agricul turists National Congress At tracts Crowds Lincoln Neb National problems of great Import wet discussed at the thirtieth annual session of tho Farmers National confcress which was called to order Thursday In the Audi torium Every state in the union represented by delegates appointed by President Joshua Strange the governor or other authority and among them were many men of national and state reputation who are engaged in agricultural pursuits President Joshua Strange of Marlon Ind in opening the congress stated briefly the purposes and alms of the organization lie said The Farmers National congress stands for better conserving the nat ural resources of the country espe dally the soil for the prohibition of the manufacture and sale of Intoxl eating liquors as a beverage for river and harbor Improvements for apj proval of national and state forestry bureaus for the work of the national bureau of animal Industry for tbo na tional reclamation service for good roads for teaching agriculture and domestic science In the public schools for an extension of tho pur- cell post and consolidating the third and fourth classes of mall for tho do velopment of Inland waterways for the United States department of agri culture for restriction of Immlgra tlon for federal aid for extension work for an Improvement of tenant conditions for federal aid to see ondary agricultural schools Tho con gress Is opposed to the existing tree seed distribution to gambling In farm products to ship subsidies to weakening the oleomargarine laws MOBS FURY IS SATISFIED Whites In Alabama Thirst for Blood and Slay NegroBody Found In Carriage Montgomery Ala Sitting upright in bits hack but dead from a bullet wound In his heart John Dell a negro hackman of this city was discovered at five oclock Friday morning His death at the hands of a mob which surrounded the county jail and police headquarters Is the only tangible sign of tho fury of the white men who paraded tho streets In thirst for blood Governor Orders Quiz St Paul Minn Sheriff James Mc Davltt of Dakota county must appear before a commissioner appointed by the governor and explain why ha did not stop the steer killing con test at Premo park on SeptJIl txr IB Three Hurt In Taxi Smash New YorkMr and Mrs George n Gerau of Los Angeles and Mr Oeraus sister Antoinette were seriously 1n jured Friday in a taxicab smashup on Riverside drive FIVE THOUSAND ARE HOMELESS FOREST FIRES WIPE OUT OF EXISTENCE FOUR MINNESOTA TOWNS DEATH EXACTS A HEAVY TOLL Tornado of Fire Strikes Beaudette and Spooner and Simultaneously Every Building Bunt Into Flames While Occupants Fled for Safety WuTOUdiMlnn Fanned by a- stron babe tho forest fires are swoop ing too outJro country east of here Four towns Doaudotto Siwoner Hltt anti Oracoton Minn wcro wiped off tbo mop 7o bodies of 75 BotUora barn been 4 located and OB tt Is tho death Met will bo upward of 300 Wagon loads of human bodies aro twine brought Into tho railway station at Boaudcttc It ts reported that many sotUcre crowd with grief at tho loss of families and property aro roaming tho tctxxfe and searching parties aro constantly on tho lookout for tho In jured the dead and tho demented Ono family of cino ono of seven and one of five were destroyed A tornado of fire struck Beaudctto and Spooner and three mlutes after first afcinn every building wax abjxzc and within an tour they were beapt of ashes The people of those two towns had just sufficient ttoto to tout of tholr homes with what they had on their lacks They wore loaded onto a passenger train that was MAttlkjfi at tho depot and taken to Rainy lUver Ontario Tho Canadian Northern railway bas ntatfowd trains at every station at ho norvko of the people and ta doing everything In its power to relieve Uio situationTho of n aud Hto and Spooo er and tho eotUws nil through the nor trJtraI part of the state have lout everything Five thousand are homeless and tho greater tart of thorn absolutely derva tltutoIt Impossible to Rot details or the names of the deal and tbo in jured and tame of tho dead will not bo found until nprtnp It is knposelMo to estimate the damage or casualties at present but the pioneers of North em Minnesota must have help OPENED THE VEINS Of Pastor and Professor and the Blood Was Transfused to Save Slater Victim of Pellagra Atlanta After suffering with pelts gra for two yeas Mrs M B Hush of Mllledpovlllo Oa may be restored to health as the result of her two brothers giving up their blood in aid of the transfusion theory which tho attending physician bad decided wax i the last hope of saving her life I Robert I Wiggles ntofeMor of Knft I llsh at Wooford college Bprtanbur 3 C went on tho operating table at the local hospital where Mrs Hush is a patient and rove up one pint of blood In the effort to save her life Another brother Rev Sterling P Wig tins pastor of the hint Methedlat rhurfh of MIItalRevtll made a sim liar sarrlOe for Mrs Rack After the operations the attending physician announced that Mn husks rendition was very encov racing It was also announced that recent experi meats with Mood Inunion in Mobile I Ala has resulted In at least a halt doten cures In pellagra cases BOYS RUSH RIVALS For Home Girls Affections to River- Bank and One Is Drowned Laurel elAwertlUf that tho boys from hero monopolize too much time of the girls on the other side of the Nanticoke river leaving homedtalent out In tho cold boys opposite ehoro repulsed an Invasion ot a of lads from Laurel when they crowed to attend an applecut tdng part A fight followed In tho course of which Oscar Jones 18 yore old was forced to Jump Into tho river and was drowned Authoress Will Recover Sight Now York Mary Roberts nine hart ono of the authors of Seven DaS and When a Man Marrko whose threat of total blindness was recently reported bas sailed for Eu rope with tho axmiranco that her sight Is preserved Mm lllnohart was stricken with acute eye trouble at her summer homo at llomus Point N Y a few weeks ago on tho ovo of her intended de parture for Europe Tho report watt that she was menaced with perma went loss of wight Site came at once to Now York whore she has boan liv ing quietly ever since under medical treatment She said yesterday abe hod been assured the trouble was post and would not recur If she was pros dent STEAM VALVE Blows Out on Liner Injuring Six Fire men Vessel Held Hours In Quarantine New York With n roar that was heard on both Rides of tho ba a steam valve on tho Faire linerSt Anna lylnr off quarantine blow out Balding six firemen two of them fatally A cloud of steam followed tho first rush of boiling water and when other mom hers of the cngln room crew rushed to the rescue they found tho BX men hn on tf floor screaming with pain S fI THE CITIZEN Page Three it 1 o KENTUCKY i GLEANINGS i 4T WHAT IS GOING ON IN I DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH a o vse o w SUNDAYSCHOOL CONVENTION FortyFifth Annual Meeting Held at Winchester Winchester The 45th annual con vention of tho Kentucky Union Sun herOoIOwIngtendanco at tho initial meeting was ThIstslate composing about 1200 schools And delegates aro hero Irora at least 100 counties spndooscapacityrtho direction of E 0 Excell the great musical composer of Chicago and tho accompanist was Alvin W Roper ono of tho worlds grcctart pianists who was tho pianist at the worlds tonne tlon at Washington Two of tho worlds greatest secretaries wore hero W 0 Icarco who Is at tho head of the great ndult Bible class movement and Dr Franklin McElfrcsh who hat chargo of tho teachers training work of America Tho exorcises on the opening dtiy consisted of tho welcome address Jjy Rev C E Crafton of this city nnd tho presidents annual address by If- If Baker of Louisville Huston Qulntl of Louisville chairman of true etato ox ocutlvo committee spoko on Another Year Uor Ceo A Joplin stnto fWo rctary delivered an address on lion tucky Sundayschools and tho exor vises closed with an address on Amer- Icas Responsibilities by John Stltea of Louisville president of tho Inter national Sundayschool association- STOCKHOLDERS MET More than 440000 Shares of Stock Represented By Proxy Louisville Tho annual meeting of the stockholders of the Lotilsvlllo fi Nashville Railroad Co was hold horo in tho main offices of tho company at Ninth street and Broadway It re quired but ten minutes for tho tow stockholders present to transact the official business of tho conference Only a row shareholders of tho com pany attended tho meeting and prom- Inent umong these was H Walters of New York chairman of tho hoard of directors who hold proxies represent lug a controlling interest In tho com panyA trine more than 440000 shares of stock were represented by proxy at lr tho meeting which Includes the 300 000 shares owned by tho Atlnntlc Coast line and held in trust In Now York Tho only business transacted was tho rending of the annual report of Milton H Smith president devoted to the operations and earnings of tho road during tho past year nnd tho election of a full staff of directors All the old directors were reelected with out change SERIOUSLY INJURED udgo T L Henrltze Falls Down Steps at Mlddleiboro- Mlddlcsboro Judge T L Hmrltze A prominent attorney of this city fell down the steps leading from his office sustaining fatal Injuries Ho was at the foot of tho stops un 4tconscIous with blood flowing from his ears and eyes Physi cians my bo can not possibly recover lie Is supposed to have tripped on his cano as ho started down the steps Judge ilcnrltzo was ono of Ken tuckys representatives to tho Amer- Ican liar association which met at Chattanooga recently Ho Is an In fluential Democrat and Interested in jovoral business cnrcrprlscs Ho was formerly from Welch W Va r WILL NOT DISBAND Lexington The Confederate Vet Brans association of Kentucky Is not to bo dlafoandcd as was proposed In a resolution offered at a meeting some months ago and laid over for consid eration On the motion of Maj P J Johnston seconded by Judge J C Ly kins tho veterans at a meeting do clded to continue their organization so long as ono of their number is alive and It was further decided that when there remains only ono what over funds the association may have tall too appropriated by that one and used by tho solitary survivor for a col obratlonJamestownJohn II Smith of the firm of 1 II Smith fi Co doing busi ness at Font Hill died at his home Ho was a prosperous merchant and farmer Ho was about 40 years of ago and a Royal Arch Maso- nGlasgowNews has been received f here of tho accidental shooting and wounding of George H Squires n wealthy farmer of Green county Tho iccldent occurred whllo Mr Squires was trying to load a gin which ex ploded wounding him In ho right leg 1t Is believed that ho will recover J fIii olfO FRANKFORt NOTE3 Frankforts population this year Is 11598 according to the estimate mado by tho Caron Directory Co which has just Issued Its first directory of Frank fort Tho actual number of names In tho directory Is 5799 and using a mul tiple of two as Is done in other cities gives Frankfort tho population stated It Is usually customary to use Uio mul tlplo three that Is estimate that for every person whoso name Is in the dl rectory there arc two whose names aro not in It being children married women or names not recorded It this multiple was used Frankfort wouW havo a population of nearly 15000 Salaries of teachers In tho schools o the stato will not be paid until Octo her 15 Instead of October 8 lint they will be only ono week late thanks to Copt Ed Farley state treasurer who has stretched every effort to get to gether enough money to pay nil tho teachers Capt Farley notified Prof Klsworth Rcgcnstcln superintendent of public instruction that the money would be on band on October 15 and to notify county superintendents that pay day must bo on that date instead of a week earlier Tho amount that will bo distributed will bo half a mU lion dollars Tho stato board of pharmacy won n victory In the court of appeals when tho case of Katzman vs Common wealth from Jefferson was affirmed Tho effect of tho decision is that a druggist can not sell morphlno or other poisons to anyone except upon the prescription of a physician Katz man Is a druggist and ho was indicted upon Information furnished the commonwealth through the stato board of pharmacy for selling morphine to a man without tho written prescription of a physician and without satisfying himself that tho poison was to bo used for legitimate purposes Attornojs for Katzman contended that lire words retail and logltlraato purposes as used In Section 2fi30 of tho Kentucky statutes wore too Indefinite and un certain and therefore tho statute in Invalid The court hero in an ex haustive opinion by Judgo Carroll says tho languago of the statute is sulll clcntly specific and upholds tho fine Imposed on Katzm- anKentuckyJ State News I Frankfort Gav Wlllson granted the following pardons Ed Donahue convicted In Martin county of selling liquor and sentenced to serve six months in jail Tho governor says Donahue Is dying of consumption W J Johnson sentenced In hell county to servo six months in jail on tho charge of falling to support his family Hopklnsvllle Articles of Incorporation wore filed by tho D W Kitchen Co with 10000 capital stock The Incorporators are DIxon W Kitchen Ruble Dick Kitchen and T Bcalo Smith Tho now concern takes over tho Hopper Kitchen book store and will do a wholesale and retail bust ness In books stationery and wall rnperDarbourslIIeWork has been started on tho Tye Fork extension of tho Cumberland railroad In upper Knox county and extensive coal fields of the Brush creek valley will be opened for development The lino will bo three miles In extent and will bo finished with all speed possible as a number of operations have already been start cd on coal leape- sJlendersonJlm Hatfleld a coal miner was shot In tho back by John Puckett on tho promises of Dills sa loon hi this city and died n few min utes after being taken to tho city has pital It Is said Puckett admitted doing the shooting and gave as his reaI son that It was an old grudge JurI glvoanIIartlculnrsy a attempt to burn the ptait of the Mes senger Publishing Co was prevented The unknown person who applied tho torch broko through the rear door and poured largo quantities of coal oil over the floor papers and machinery Pe destrians passing the street gave tho alarm before tho fire had gained much head way and thereby saved a disas trous loss to property Frankfort Ed Gorilla sentenced to life imprisonment for killing W Covert In Boll county was pardoned by Acting Gov Cox Gordin was paroled about ton years ago after serving nine years but for a slight offense was returned to the penitentiary Acting Gov Cox said Covert mode a dying statement that Gordln did not fire tho shot that killed him Georgetown President Arthur Ya ger of Georgetown college and chairman of tho Rhodes scholarship board for Kentucky makes tho early announcement that tho examination for students wishing to pass for this most desirable honor will bo held In Lex ington ou October 25 beginning at 10 oclock a m and lasting two days Ho wishes to emphasize that it is hoped by tho whole board that no deserving otudent may overlook this glorious op portunity Carlisle Arrangements have been made for the annual agricultural fair IiiIed by local merchants and prepara lions have been made to entertain ono of the largest crowds over seen here Agricultural products from all over Nicholas county will bo exhibited Lexington Tho 1910 session of the Grand lodge I 0 O F of Kentucky Is in cession In the Auditorium hero There arc at least 800 representatives loJCIII Enoch Man Who Walked With God 3j REV C A S DWIGHT D D TextAnd Enoch watke l with God nnd he was not for God took him Gen 624 God has many distinguished sere ants whoso dignity la all derived from their heavenly Master The names and histories of many of these as portrayed In tho Scrlpturaes are coupled with telltalo epithets or brief characterizations which havo now becomo familiar as household words that ore significant of tho peculiar aptitudes and achievements of tho men to whom they aro applied Of ono man In tho Blblo a phrase is used applied elsewhere to ono other Noah which Is strangely suggestive and wonderfully inspiring for It Is said of Enoch that ho walked with God All men good and bad walk In tho sight of God and all good men may bo said to walk beforo or In tho pres once of God guided by his eye shone upon by nls glory and sur rounded by tokens of his lovebut of that primal preeminent man of an early rude age it Is declared that he walked with God which must mean something very Illustrious and denote a nlgnlty almost If not quite unex ampled In tho whole course of human historyThe character of Snoch as viewed through tho lengthened vistas of tho varying ages seems to shine with a pure whlto light almost it not quite unearthly IU gleam was never light ened on manmade altars the sheen la not dImmable by earthborn mists or garish glare or historic contraven lions Wo cannot know just what were tho psychologic qualities of this holy happy man but wo may be sure of ono thing that his character was singularly pure far above that of his fellows or the unexampled honor of walking with God and of being translated without hInt or hurt of death would never have been given to him Bo yo holy for I am holy must havo been fulfilled In marvelous de greo In Enochs case Ho was a sinner as were others of his contemporaries but somehow in closo contact with tho fires of tho Divine holiness tho dress of his own humanity was burn ed away so that even before ho was caught aawy to paradise ho became detached from earth and filled with the very spirit of heaven Enoch walked with God It appears as a prophet God may havo revealed to him in quiet tender converse many wonderful secrets of his plans What did Enoch see In prophecy Who knows but that In thoso ecstatic 300 years there may havo passed before his vision revealed by the di rect will and wish of Jehovah the comInghistoryfero in an elongated panorama all illustrating the wonders of graco and centering about the cross whoso dis tant gleam Enochs quickened eyes may havo clearly seen Paul in a later ago was taken up into tho third heaven why may Enoch not havo been granted tho vision of a redeem ed earth Wo cannot saoy that it was sobut we may wonder whether such dreams and visions did not come to that holy and unique man We aO told at any rate In the epistle of Jude of a wonderful vision which Enoch had of tho consumma tion of human history when tho Lord will como with ten thousand of his angels to visit a dire punishment on ungodly melno message which seems to hate been a quotation from or an adaptation of a prophecy in the Book of Enoch which last is a collection of apochryphal stories regarding mony natters In nature and In life which tho chruch has declined to Introduce Into the canon and does not receive as veritable Scripture Tho general truth holds good at all events that tho nearer ono walks with God and tho moro transparent Is tho moral naturo of any believer the broader and grander Is tho vision which such a ono enjoys of eternal things for In tho highest ranges of Christian ex parlenco being Is seeing There Is need today for the trans parent guileless reverent meditative Enoch liko typo of charactera frame or fashion of moral being which may seem indeed Quito foreign to the Zeitgeist or prevailing spirit of the times Yet In a rushing age more If anything than in any other ra men need the close converse with their Maker to kep them poised amid social agitations steadily against tho assaults of temptation and clear eyed amid tho whirl and swirl of numberless worldly distractions It should not be thought because Enoch lived In a simple age that therefore fie enjoyed exceptional opportunities for being religious while in this char acteristically worldly day It Is quite out of the question to maintain a spiritual frame The fact is that Enoch lives in an age that was rude riotous and coarse when vlco was rampant when tho sanctions of so- cIety itself were largely lacking when there were no Dlbles churches En deavor societies religious clubs or religious books or weeklies and therefore It was all the more to his praise that under conditions even more unfriendly perhaps to right eousness than those that obtain to lay he walked with God and com ported himself as befltter a saint of tho Most high- Salvation means more than simply a kind of ticket to heavenRev Carter H Tones Baptist Louisville ULCOHOL IS CAUSE OF EVIL Most Prominent Figure In Crime Pau perism and Insanity Prob lem Is Hygienic The following Interesting study of the temperance problem In Its close relation to hygiene as seen from a medical point of view has recently been added to the vast array of evi dence which science is accumulating against alcohol by Dr F D Crothers superintendent of the Walnut Lodge Hospital Hartford Conn and ono of the foremost medical experts of tho United States Tho socalled temperance movement of today Is really an evolution ary strugglo upward from tho Ignor ance and delusions of tho past and a call for a larger knowledge of the great laws and forces that govern tho progress of the race The study of in ebriety Is scientific and should bo con fined to tho facts and tho laws which govern tho growth and development of this great evil Every advance of scl entlfic knowledge makes It clear from a larger study of the causes that many of tho diseases which afflict tho raco aro preventable This is con firmed in the diminishing mortality In diseases of tho present day An ex act study of crime pauperism Insan ity and a great variety of evils of this class show that alcohol Is the most prominent exciting and contributing causeThis fact Is also more and more evident In disease accidents and losses and It is tho consciousness of this felt In almost every homo In the land that gives to the temperance movement a power above all sentiment or theory Statistics show be yond question that over half a million persons aro sick and dying yearly In this country and that alcohol Is most Intimately related as a prominent cause Also In many cases the uso of alcohol Is a symptom of conditions which existed before and In all cases It contributes to mako fatal and hurry presentIfrom states of exhaustion poisoning defective living and alcohol Is a narcotic covering up these conditions and Intensifying them Tho Inebriate Is literally Insane because his conduct Is suicidal to his own Interests and an tagonizes every Impulse of Ufo and healthy living Scientific study and experience show that the Inebriate Is curablo not by emotional appeals or secret drugs- but by the uso of accurate means and measures applied along tho lines of exact laws of causo and effect Tho suppression of the saloon and educa tional measures are all helpful but removing tho causes farther back training parents and children to live on higher planes of hygienic life in both conduct and thought will prevent and stamp out this great menace to civilization Tho army of Inebriates with all tho associated degenerations seen In crime and pauperism aro as truly grown and cultivated In our midst as weeds In the garden Given certain conditions and surroundings and all these degenerations will follow from them with tho same certainty that typhoid fever germs scattered through drinking water result In an epidemic of that disease It Is the stress and strain of life and Ignorant conduct that brings on fatigue and weakness and resort to alcohol to covers It up How to live right how to tako caro of tbo body and tho mind Is the highest kind of temperance cul ture that will bring a race of total abstainers to whom alcohol can never have any fascination Break up tho great delusion of today that alcohol Is a stimulant and a tonic and a now ago will come in Tho saloon Is doom ed to disappear and alcohol is going to be ono of the great fuel and light producing forces of the world Al ready Its power has been demonstrat ed and It only awaits the Inventor to dovlse means for harnessing It Into the great productive forces of the worldThe temperance problem Is a hy gienic one and the diseased Insane Inv ebriate Is curable by means and measures along lines of exact science These facts are becoming moro and more prominent and with them the absolute certainty that Inebriety will bo stamped out and many of the con ditions of which crime and pauperism aro only results will be removed Both local option and prohibition are ter- mInals that are absolutely certain to be reached In tho near future What we want today Is a study of the causes and conditions which mako inebriates iu every community Knowing these wo can apply means for their removal This must be done by physicians and scientists and it Is the great unknown field of preventive medicine that Is to bo occupied In the very near future Drink Cause of Accidents Why do wo havo so many accidents on our roads was asked by tho high authorities of an American railway system They made an Investigation and found that the losses of life limb and property were the result of rum drinking by their employees Now they have rules that men who drink must stop It or their places will bo filled at once with sober men This has become an old story In a few mouths all over the land n Archibalds Agatha hr EdIIL Illatfegto Mittalt Abc fifelealAte QA fascinating story of a bachelors wooing on the success of which depends a i fortune Is he successful Wo leave that for you to discover by reading the entertaining serial about to appear in In This Paper lAs clever a story as ever you read Read the first chapter and youll not DA content until the last appears Dont Miss the Opening Installment This Is One of the Best Stories Ever Offered to Our Read- ersBachelors =Hearken CCould you win the hand of some handsome young lady for yourself alone within ten days if a fortune with an income of 20000 a year depended upon the success of your wooing ClThats the proposition put up to Archibald Terhune a popular young Englishman in- S r lJ Archibalds Agathaby 4 EDITH HUNTINGTON MASONtI a bright and clever serial story about to appear in this paper ClRead how he wins out within a few moments of the expiration of the allotted time Youll enjoy every installment WATCH FOR THE OPENING CHAPTER rai1 n Page FourTHECITIZEN 4 I r ReaioSSSnorWomen tenderest feet can wear this dress shoe c It bends with your j foot follows every move ment just as a glove with your hand 1moveswouldnt believe a shoe could be so comfortable Try itSeef how different a fashionable style like this feels in the Red Cross Shoei High Shoes 4 450 and 5 Ox t Tn40 UaIk fords 350 and 4c 4 1 hisFr COYLE BEREA KY You pay less or get more ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Berea and Vicinityo i0- o3 0 GATHERED FROM A VARETY OF SOURCES 0 Sooqoooo00000000ooooooooeoooooe DR BEST DENTIST CITY FIION1 163IOFFICE OVER DAN H BRECK Fire Life and Accident InsuranceI KyjMoline Wagon Best In town Sold by R J Engle Berea Ky Prof Lewis and family Monday from a short visit with MrsI Lewis parents Mr and Mrs E J Godbey at Hustonvllle Ky Miss Ida Lewis returned last weel from Vanceburg Ky whore she hat been visiting for several weeks at tLc home of Rev and Mrs C E Van j Winkle f1IIssRuth Putnam who Is a teachc Sue Bennett Memorial School IspentSunday and Monday with hei mother here Mr Harold VanWlnkle a son ofI Mr Lewis Van Winkle of Boston Is 1visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs James Early and with other relatives In town WANTEDAll the fresh country 1 butter Top prices- J S Gott Depot Street R H Moore who has been working in Lexington for several months came I home last week I Mrs Burnam Baker and children of I Paint Lick were the guests of Mr ant Mrs Joe Sowders at the first of the weak The young ladles of tho Te De Te Club with their gentlemen friends were delightfully entertained at the home of Miss Estella Blcknell last Saturday evening I A number of young people from Berea spent Sunday at Cumberland Gap Tenn Roy Jackson who has been liv- Ing in Illinois for several years re turned to Berea last week for a visit vth hi parents Mr and Mrs James JacksonMr Mrs Joe Scrlvner and little taiitoi Helen who spent several days with friends In Estill County returned home Tuesday Used Della Wolcott who was a Be ri a Rtident in 1899 is entering the stack of the Now York Public Library i Arlle McGuire who graduated last Tune from the Normal Department Is teaching this year in the public school In Evorta Mr U S Wyatt one of Bereas real estate agents closed a deal Tues day with Samuel P Clark and Bart Ambrose fOr the farm of Jas A Anderson Tho farm embraces 90 acres aid was sold for 9000 Mountain Day Is to be hold this j coming Saturday at Indian Fort MountainDont fail to see the bargains in laces embroideries braids trim mings dress fabrics and the very best and latest in linens shantungs and dont forget the chinaware at I i 0 For Shoes Clothing and Heavy Un derwear go to R J Engle Berea K Dr Cowley was called on Sunday to Evarts Ky by the serious illness of Mrs Rowland whose husband Is the principal of tho Black Mountain Academy there On his arrival h found that Mrs Rowland had already diedDeputy Sheriff Johnson arrested Adrlen Hopkins a workman on the street repair force who lives on Boon street Tuesday afternoon and took him to Richmond Hopkins Is charg ed with selling whiskey Miss Mabel Brown Ellis Is f ponding her vacation in visiting her parents Professor and Mrs Ellis She holds an Important position In the publicity department of the United Charities Organization of Chicago Mr Thomas F Ballard died at his home near Walluceton Tuesday the 11th He was burled In tho Rlchmoni cemetery VednesdayI Misses Lou and Ethel Duncan were shopping In Richmond Saturday President Frost preached the third of the Kail and Hammer series last Sunday night on the Law of Love He will preach the fourth this coming Sunday The Union Meeting of the Ladles Literary Societies the PI Epsilon PI and the Utile Dulce societies will be held this coming Friday night In the College Chapel i Each of the departments has Its specially fine classes this fall InI the Academy one of the big things Is a class of fourteen students beginning Greek The members of this class are Sidney R Rust Sarah M Cocks Hen rietta Beecher James L Kevins Qlenzlo Morris Mae Minter Iaul Fa gan Stanley L Ault Mary Eleanor I Coe Ethol McBroom John R War I rlngton Walter W Heckman Carter Robinson and Dwight Willett The eacher Is Miss Margaret Wilson an L B of Park College which has also liven us Mrs Gamble and Professor I ind Mrs Calico ISunday afternoon walks and read been a now and pleasura ble feature of student life this Fall 3n Sunday afternoon some member- ofI the faculty meets such young menj is chooso to join the group In sons Hall Howard Hall the Williams Julldlng the Bruce Building and theII industrial Dormitory and from five departmental dormitories a walks taken when tho weather permits The teacher has some Interesting rook In his pocket so that the convor iatlon and walk will be enlivened with Interesting reading The faculty committee came to the help of the Athletic Association and ecured tho fitting up of jho Athletic I Flold and several tennis courts There are to be two great athletic I vents this Fall between the Whites and the Blues with band music and an admission fee The first will bo a baseball game with some sprinkling of other sports about the first of November and tho second will bo a field day and tugofwar at hanksglving MRS EARLYS r WATCHESIF i I you will make a mistake if you fail to GET OUR PRICES You will find them to be from 15 to 50 per cent less than other jewelers QUALITY at reasonable price is our system Porter Drug CompanyINCOR- PORATED Berea Kentucky The anniversary of the Alpha Zeta Literary Society occurred In the college chapel on Friday night with the following program Music Alpha Zeta Orchestra Welcome Address Lester Hill Essay Homeric Poetry William Rogers Oration Success Thomas Terry Sketch Tennyson Sidney Gracff Alpha Zeta Squawker Review Number Vernon Tuttle Bi ography Gladstone Arthur Benford Oration Shall War Cease John Mln nlch These anniversaries of literary societies are matters of large inter est The students who do best In the regular society work arc rewarded by appointments to these anniversa ries and In turn those who do best at the anniversaries are likely to bo IsISophomores and Juniors and the oratorical contests and debates by Juniors and Seniors IVhen Mr Gamble returned from the State Sunday School Convention on last Monday morning he brought with him some of the convention In the persons of Miss Mary Wilson of Maysvllle Miss S Archdeacon of Maysvlllc Mr Alvin W Roper and Mr Franklin McEltrcsh both of Chi cago Illinois At United Chapel on IrIMcElfresh spoko and Mr Roper who I works with E O Excell as his plan IonI Dick and Mss Margaret Dlzney returned on Monday from the Tri State Christian Endeavor Convention at Smith Ky Miss Dlznoy visited her brother Howard in Mlddlesbor ough on tho way home Lost Strayed or Stolon A black horse mule about 14 hands high right eye affected and hind ankles slightly swollen Reward for any In formation leading to his recovery Address Thomas Daniel Irvine Ky They are FRESH OYSTERS and all kinds of good things to eat AT Phone 108 WALTER ENGLES Berea Ry Can you SEE an EYE SORE The contest between Prof Dins more and Dr Baker as to which was elected city councilman was finally decided Tuesday night In favor of Dr Baker 1rot Scale furnished a half dollar Prof Dlnsnioro chose heads Dr Baker tails and or tho tossing by Mayor Gay It came out tails An Interesting procedure Thelma Church Is sufficiently rev covered after an operation for appen dlcltls to be taken to her homo Prof and Mrs Faulkner have moved Into the apartment In the west end of Rogers House New Story begins on Page C next week It Is worth reading Prof Dlnsmoro left Berea Wednes day morning for an extensive trip In the East In the Interest of the Col logo Mrs Dinsmore will net as Dean of the Normal Department during his I absenceMrs William Hayes of Conway mother of Oscar Hayes and Mrs Frank Coylo died Wednesday morning aCtIr a long Illness Two columns of Interesting matter for farmers on page 7The nee Hive made of concreto The hanging fruit shelf Kann notes Science In growing corn Mr J P Kolsay brotherinlaw of Prof C D Lewis and formerly a clerk at Welds Is visiting In town Mr Eborllno Dr Kerr and a number of friends accompanied the body of Mr V Hanson to Borea for burial Tuesday Mr Gcorgo Dick and Mrs L A Davis wore also In time party having gone down from Uorca Mrs J E Williams and two children came front Augusta Ky to attend Mr C Kay Hansons funeral Mrs Williams expects to remain in Uorea for some time Mr Clark tells a farmer how toIsow vetch In answer to Inquiry his Issue Miss Robinson entertained Mrs Ar Jiur Hughes and Mrs II C Combs at Joono Tavern at dinner Wednesday Mrs Hughes was Miss Maud Lake whom many will remember as a student several years ago She married Dr Hughes of Youngstown Ohio und hey now have two children Mary Margaret and David Edward Mr L F Flolden will speak at the Congregational church next Sunday morning See tho Appalachian Exposition thru the Editors eyes this week Mr Win Swopo of Lexington a Indent of two years ago Is visiting Mends In town on the eve of his delI rtlllg for St Lotus to accept u osltlon with a hardware company Miss Ruth Dietrich spent Saturday and Sunday at her home in Winches crMr and Mrs II M Bachollen of St Joseph Mo Dr and Mrs Win I lays Mrs Dunn and Mrs Traggs of Richmond spent Saturday in Bores The third of the Nail and Hainnwr ormons by Dr Frost See tho supple Imont J P Chonault and 0 Murray Smith of Richmond wore In town I lust Friday and Saturday on buslnoM The and THE PRICE PLEASE LIKE THE SHOES The very for Autumn wear are to be found in these Splendid Shoes That perfect feeling of Comfort in one Come in now and try on Pair CThe Quality STREET KY IF YOU WANT A NEW STOVE LOOK cAT OUR LINE BE FORE YOU BUY J1I have just received new line of Stoves and Stovepipes- AT A LOW PRICE rMAIN STREET GREAT SCOTT CAJ YOU see IT I ovlT l rIM To BUY YOUR COAL t1N4tottrR If you want to secure the low est price of the year buy winters coal now If you want Rood service along with good coal permit us to fill your bin at o- rHolliday fib Co Phone 69 and 7 Berea Ky Mrs Chas Davis of Chicago and Mrs W Bryan of Ashland Ky wore hero Monday placing Mrs Bryans son George school Mr Holliday of Jackson was visitor In town last Saturday FARM FOR SALRO acres ot good land In good condition most all In grass Good new six room house good barn plenty of water Two miles from Paint Lick the Paint Lick und Wallaceton pike For see write GBNTIIY No Paint Lick Ky FOR SALE good sixroom home Chestnut Street lot 66 23 by 200 feet Collar cistern and cement walks Address Mrs Jcnnlo Lester Hill Van Lear Kentucky call Mrs Louis Lester Berca Kentucky Hit Habits Remain When man tolls his wife that they must cut down living expenses ho moans that she must continue set Just good table half tho money and that she must do without hor own personal comforts whllo hie habits remain the same Chicago Journal NOTICE Borca Ky October 1910 All creditors of W Iarks deceased are hereby notified bring their claims properly proven before me time Administrator of time said W Parks deceased for ttlomont Parks IHugh 4 OUR FALL STYLES IN FOOTWEAR i ARE HERE LET US TELL YOU WHY THESE SHOES ARE BEST ost I flTheWILL latest styles every a RHODUS HAYES I Store MAIN BEREA I I a VERY WJTATUM Y I Txi i 1 1 E J In E C a on particulars or to II C R F D 1 A on t or on a to as a on 3 C no to C B J A T f w A rTHE dillMiCOl- l SHOE e Ib THE CITIZEN Page Five I Failed in Health RuthWardI it nrcniIuiad never been strong and this with the shock of meI all the time and did not want to go anywhere nor care for company I had the headache all the time and such bearingdown pains ithadand now I am in good health Take CARDUI 44The Womans Tonic Womens pains are relieved or prevented and womens tonicYou4 If you do need It do not delay but commence to use furtherdownDont wait then but begin to take Cardui today for its use no matter how prolonged cannot harm you and will surely do you good Writs to Ladles AdvIsory Dept Chtttinoon Medldn Co Outtinoost Tam for Sftclal Inttnuttotu and C4paic book come Treatment for Women tent free The Appalachian Continued from tint page full of faces and tho speakers was In tho center of the field Mr Roosevelt rose to tho Perhaps it would bo moro nearly rest to say that ho is always to any occasion It was plain that was In tho company of his friends that ho had the hearts as well tho Intellects of his hearers tho very first and ho launched his speech with an earnestness showed his profound conviction tho truth of what ho was saying such silence breathless tho ness for every word on tho part tho thousands and tho applause as soma argument lit homo It made one fuelIt must made tho entire throng feel that cause of polltlclal social and trial righteousness was sure to umph when espoused by such a Ito such a strenuous loader Roosevelt Speech And the speech was a tlo ono There was a little about tho Insurgents are trying to do Now York It Is quite a job hut are going to do It he and tho Now Nationalism In for defense and tho use tho big slick Slovak gontly I courteous Do not trample on the rights of any one Hut the big stick ready to be used In fonso of tho people when others listen to reason The Navy Is Sams big stick and we must Care of our Navya I am the enemy of tho honest bu then when I seek to drive tho ed buslnetu man out of business ther am 1 tho enemy of the Itollliclan when I seek to throttle Dons and tho political Machine It was all too short as was day rind after tho brief hour Roosevelt dropped out of the of many for over but not out the memory and tho life Other Scenes Thoro was more to sco much the Knox County building Us alcoves bursting with the I products of tho country a good Send for Royal Book 17 In Itself a building made blocks jf coal now blazingI outline for representing the coal in of the Appalachian region and mineral building tho timber and mineral till building erected by tho people an eloquent tribute advancement of tho race science and art and InI which contained tho exhibit I Tuberculosis Exhibit exhibit was of absorbing Inter as tho black tent In lectures were whichI hours both during tho day Tho writer found time to seeI two lectures one on For one on the Prevention of and was invited to give on tho following evening ho hud to decline owing to of The Citizen upon A thrilling display of fire a battle In the clouds which in the destruction of a mag city beneatha representation exPosition In liquid tire streaming heavens and a huge portrait Roosevelt In fire and splen on the trapeze and the white figures stand In contrast to the darkness night under tho glare of the light closed tho day for time contingent with tho exception Incident a single remind tho whole day of tho homo Kentucky Mountains A Little Minstrel like a wlerd awakening from lIy the side of tho walk to be trampled upon protected by the nolso ho sat a boy with a fiddle representative of his time and tho contemporary of AngloSaxon and Scotch and dolefully ho sang ac by tho harsh strains of his of how Marcum died Court louse stops at Jack HnrglB Jett was tried and tho It was fitting that thoI has made Appalachian famous should bo its volun r O ryet I RoyRB4KINfi POWDER MAKES THE PERFECT HOT BISCUITA- lso Rolls and Muffins Crusts and Cakes kCook 135 William St New York r ILR lary and characteristic exhibit in I ballad form at tho great Appalachian Exposition WANDERERS INVITED HOME Continued from Ilrit rage vious that man and some land form ations were not made to go together Wt are gradually coming to stand that some land was underI forest preserves and not for mans attempt at cultivation It is very obvious that people of this classI who have gone to fertile tricts in other states will remain where thoy are prosperous and happy The people who left because of the lack of transportation and marketing facilities will be easily appealed to to come back from exile and develop the mineral Umber grazing and farming resources which have been opened up by this railroad The vast wealth of the Appalachian region is rapidly being unlocked by railroads and It is the purpose of this rail road to start a migration of home seekers for this new land of varied opportunities It Is working hard to bring back the men to the man ner born If successful in this the country will bo filled with native born workers Tho foreigner will find no place to any great extent for him so the mountains will continuo to maintain the purity and virtues of the purest AngloSaxon blood In the United States After all it Is mans duty to live whore ho can do the best for his family and bo the best possible citizen CONCERNING STOCK LAW Bcrea Oct 10 1UIOIDear Editor Citizen Allow mo to say for tho benefit and satisfaction of some of our good citizens who are complaining In the col umns of your paper about stock run ning at largo on tho streets of Berea thereIbeen I If all the cltlznes will do their duty I and report to mo or tho City Marshal tho name of tho owner of tho stock I or call either of us up when they see stock out on tho streets which it Is their duty to do there will be no I excuseThere Is no Judge or marshal who can be at every place In town at once There has never been a complaint 1111ion i duty of good citizens to report to I the officers at onco any violations law that they know ot and glvo thuI names of law violators and tho evi denco for conviction We have good laws and sufficient I stock law especially All clllzons are Invited to mako their complaint dlruct to me rather than to the public andIIgrowl without excuse first 0 D Holllday J DP NEW CHURCH IN PROSPECT A meeting of more than usual In i terest was hold In front of tho Scaffold Cane church last Sunday About two hundred people were present with well filled baskets A number of Be rea people were present and DoctorI Thomson preached in the and Mr Hudson lu the afternoon Doth of the services wore earnestlyi entered Into by the people the order and attention being all that could be desired Scaffold Cane Is ono of KenlucKys old settlements and the present church building noV past use Is tho second peeI110 tho close of tho afternoon service Dr Thomson explained the purpose of the meollng and subscriptions wero secured amounting to 200 for time erection of the new church Later tho amount was Increased to 300 I It Is expected that tho now church will open Its doors to the yarlJullI donomlnallpns Tho day many grateful hearts ICIJrctn unknown to time French cultivator Vlnuin claret urn 1 o clarified wine cmno Into early use In 1IH lhb as claret or clarry to IIletlnul8il the beautifully pollu eld wines of Bordeaux from those of Burgundy and other vtneands LIBRARY NOTES In the October magazines may bo found time following interesting I articles Religion Tho cheapening of religion J O Fagan Atlantic Sunday School Teaching Lyman Abbott Outlook Oct 1 STATE OH Onto CITY OK TOLEDO 1 BS IUCAS COINTV I Irank Cheney makes oath that he If ten partner of the firm of Ir Cheney Co du jllng In the City of Toledo County and aforesaid and that wild firm will pay the sum of UNit IIUNIRIn lOIIARS for each and- every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the seof HaltnCatarrh Cure PRANK J CHUNKY Sworn to before me and subscribed In my pret once this 6th of December A J iSS6 A W GIltASON SuI Notary Kepnblic Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and acts directly In the blood and mucous sutfacesof the system Send for testimonials 11 CHUNKY CrfeISold by all Druggists 7JC Take halls Iamlly for constipation Some Difficulties In Bible Transla tionA F Chamberlain Harpers Instruction in Religion In State Unlverslltes W H Mattock Educa tional Review Missions t First Meeting of tho American Board Rev Quincy Blakley Mission ary Herald Fifty years ago and now In Mis sion Work O H Herrick Mission ary Review Economics and Sociology Sociology In Normal SchoolsF R Clow American Journal of Sdclology Working Girls Budget a series of articles based upon individual stories of solfsupporllng glrllJS A Clark and Edith Wyatt McClures People who Dwell In tho Dark Bailey Mlllaid Technical WorldV Economics in the College Course lin Mussey Educational Review Politics Mysteries and Crudities of the Tariff Ida Tarbell American Maga zlnoPopular Government In Oregon Jonathan Bourne Outlook Oct 8 Senator Dolliver on time Tariff lIouxA Countryman Independent Oct 6 Referendum In Action E E Slos son Independent Oct 6 Tho New Politics W G Brown North American Review Theft of the Panama CanalW J Abbot Cosmopolitan Education Raising a crop of Young Farmers F B Moorhead Technical World Letter from a Father to his Son cn IndellenldentColumbia University H B Mitchell Educational Review Ways In which Higher Institutions DIWeeksTime Administrative Organization EducaItlonalJ Schuster Education Essentials In Teaching English C S Thomas Education Whore shall we Lay the Emphasis In Teaching Geography R H Whit beck Education Distinction between the Liberal and tho Technical Education Percy Hughes Popular Science Conservation Policing the National Foresls H M Hyde Technical Word Saving the Wood WasteW L NInabuck Technical World Addresses before tho National Con servallon Congress Pres Tart Pop ular Science I1he Public and tho Conservation J R McKee North Ameri can Review Agriculture Reforming the Bad Seasons Carl Crow Technical World Irrigation In Australia Edw Mca Independent Oct C HousekeepingSome of Domestic Archi tectureA R Perrell Good House keeping Childs Dill of Fare Feeding the normal Child H H Hawxhurst Good Housekeeping FinanceI Ye Mete the Campaign for an Honest Standard F E Leup Scribner Keeping out of Investment Trouble Worlds Work A Life Insurance Deadfall Worlds WorkPension Carnival First Article Staining a Nations Honor Roll with Pretense and Fraud W B Hale and others Worlds Work Foreign Affairs Will there be War In the Far East Outlook Oct 1 INow Irish Oullook James Dole Forum Japans Absorption of orcaI E Griffin North American Review Science and Invention Recent Progress In Chemistry C A Doremus Century A hall from the Sky Auguslus Post Century Soil as a Battleground A D Maul Harper Gyroscope works WondersA B Reeve Technical World Is Mars Breaking UpCecil Bem bridge Technical World Role of Hybridization In Plant Breeding E M East Popular Scl once Medicine plow to Sludy Medicine H S Pritchett Outlook Oct 1 Hospital Abuses Norman Barnesby iiorum Practical Victories in Medical Scl oncoJo L Stedman Good House keepingExercise and Rest Dr L II Guild North American Review Owen Bill for the Establishment of a Federal Board of Health S A Knopf Popular Science Fine Arts Most Beautiful Book In the World M D Hoffman Scrlbnors travel and Description Kings Highway of California E C lexotlo Scrlbners Holy Week lit JerusalemRobert CenturyI Burgh E C Fortune Harpers 7 0 INTENSIVE FARMING a How to Sow Vetch By MR S L CCARK L Lebus Ky Oct 6 10 Editor The Citizen Bcrea Ky Dear Editor Will you be so kind as to glvo mo information concerning vetch- I noUco you say that Berca College has beenraising It and it is a great soil Improver I never saw any and know nothingI about it so If you will enough to tell me how to sow when and what to do after it matures II shall be very thankful- I hope to see more articles on farm I methods and soil Improvement in your mountainIeers twothirds of Its contents would re late to farmingYours trulyII 11 Martin Reply by S L Clark In charge of tho Berea Farm We have found that vetch will grow on soil too poor for cow peas If the soil is inoculated either by bacteria which the Government will furnish free or by soil from land on which vetch has previously grown successfully I mean by this that the vetch must have produced abundant nodules on the roots It will also grow on ground on which a good crop of red clover has recently grownVetch should be sown In Sept or Oct using forty pounds of vetch JIboappliedThe can be cut for hay when the rye first comes to bloom then lIreI I I Literature Influences of the Bible In Literature Henry Van Dyke Century Virgil and the Transition from An cient to Modern LIteratureF J Hos ford Claslcal Jornual Greek plays In AmericaD D Rains Classical Journal Romanticism In Tennyson W E Semper North American Review Biography King Edward VII Xavler Paoli McClurosCorrespondence of Washington Irv ing and James Howard Payne first paperScrlbnersAngel English Armies Flor enc Nightingale Harpers Weekly Chapters from My Experience Booker T Washington Worlds Work 1 HOG CHOLERA CONQUERED Washington D C October bHog cholera has In tho opinion of the Agricultural Department been conquered by a serum which tho burenu of animal industries tins been testingI The bureau thus describes an experi ment at the Union Stock Yards at South Omaha Neb In cooperation with tho Union Stock Yards Compauy of Omaha Tho stock yards company purchased thirty pigs weighing from forty to sixty pounds each from a farm which had been freo from hog cholera for several years These pigs weio brought to tho stock yards and on I July 23 1910 four of them were In jected with blood from hogs sick of hog cholera These inoculated pigs were placed In a pen by1 themselves and within five days they had become sick at which time eighteen of tho remaining pigs were each given ono dose of time serum while the othT eight pigs were not treated In any way Tho eighteen serunt treated pigs and the eight untreated piss were then placed in tho same pen with the four pigs which hud bun sick by Inoculation Tho four pigs which were Inoculat ed at first with cholera all died and tho eight untreated pigs all contract ed the disease from them Tho eighteen pigs which were given serum and were confined in the same pen 111181andally turned over to tile officials of tho stock yard company upon completion of tho experiment September 17 1910 Tho Department of Agriculture does not distribute this serum to farmers but Is endeavoring to bring tho value of this method to tho attention of tho stock raising interests lu order that they may arrange to secure Slate funds for the manufacture and distribution of the serum IN OUR OWN STATE Continued from Pint rage THE DRYS WIN The Court of Appeals last week sustained the de cision of the Scott County Circuit Court to tho effect that tho local option election held some time ago In Georgetown was a victory for the drys Tho vote as originally counted was ono majority for the wets with three contested votes Tho contest board decided thut the drys won by pounds of acid phosphate i Tho peas In turn should be cut for hay when onethird of tho pods5are yellow After this the ground should be dlsced thoroughly both ways and worked down firm and fine and seeded as follows Peruvian tall meadow oats grass 6 pounds English Meadow Fescue 6 pounds Italian Rye grass 6 pounds Mamoth clover 6 pounds Alslco cover 5 pounds per acre using 200 pounds raw bone meal From this seeding two crops of hay should be harvested per year for two years By this time the ground will have a good sod and bo well filled with roots which will form al good humus With the nitrogen gathered by the legumes one may ex pect lo get a crop of corn worth gatheringFrom above rotation one will get from tho crops If they produce a good yield about as follows From the crop of vetch 160 pounds of nitro gen from the crop of cow peas 63 cropIof clover and grasses 60 pounds of nitrogen Total 283 pounds With this amount of nitrogen and the phosphorus and potash from the ucld phosphate and bone meal the ground should be In condition to eachIcrop crops are savedIfor corn n Woods Stubbs Co of Louisville can furnish seed and Globe Fertilizer Co of Louisville can furnish fertlllz ers RespectfullyS Clark L two votes and the Court of Appeals sustained their decisionILOUISVILLE HORSE SHOW Tho It Louisville Horse show opened at the I armory In that city Monday night Many of the most famous horsemen in America have their horses on cx i hiblUon and the finest selection of thoroughbreds that this part of the country has ever seen will bo on show Tho Misses Lucille and Mil dred Mulhall and their brother willIglvo nightly exhibitions with the lariat and saddle The Mulhnlls have been an attraction at the Appalachian r Exhibition during the month I STATE SUNDAY SCHOOL CON VENTION The State Sunday SchoolIConvention which met at Winchester last week elected tho following offi cers for the ensuing year President Judge E C ORear of Frankfort Vice President J B Weaver of Louisville II Treasurer Clarence Watkins of Louis t ville General Secretary The RevICeo A Joplln- ROOSEVELTI CONSISTENT Tho press of tho country thinks that it has found an inconsistency between tho speeches of Mr Roosevelt madenon his western trip and what is calljed his platform the Republican plat I form of the recent Saratoga conven tion Replying to his critics in a speech at Atlanta October the 8th ho says that ho Is perfectly consistent and that his speech at the Saratoga i convention should be taken as out lining his views and not tho platform that the platform was made after his services as temporary chairman were over and some concessions onMmado In the Interests of harmony minor matters In tho platform but tovardIla the matter of chlefest concern LAND FOR SALE I have for sale privately about 290 acres of fine land 3 12 miles north of Berca on Richmond and Berca pike This Is one of the best Improved farms In Madison County It has on Ita nice brick house with 8 or 10 rooms Tenant houses barns cribs wagon shed poultry house ice house and many other buildings Two largo cisterns and abundance of stock wa ter Price 85 per aero 13 cash bal lanco to suit purchaser possession given Jan 1 1911 This farm Is sue cepliblo of division but ono piece will not be sold without the other I also have a place containing 32 acres all in grass No improvements except now wlro fence Price 1500 13 cash balance to suit purchaser Besides this property I have an Interest in somo land adjoining tho town of Berea which can be bought worth tho money It Interested address- J W Herndon Berea Ky I have no agents FOR SALE A good farm of 160 acres on tho Richmond and Big 11111 turnpike six miles east of Boroa About 75 or 80 acres aio In cultivation and the rest in timber Good water the year round good Improvements and a good young orchard Any ono wish- Ing to purchase a place should write or call on M A Moody Post office Pig Hill Ky 1 Page Six THE CITIZEN MflVrJyIWTOPDAUTRORef TCM ILbl TRATIo 1o s 7WEYLC- OPYRCIIT 907 BY f PRRwft7R0 r SYNOPSIS Baraks a Tartar girl became enamored of a golden bearded stranger who was prospecting and studying herbs In the In central Asia and I wouldloveThey were followed to the cave alrls relatives who blocked up the entrance and drew ort the water lIupplY leaving the couple to die Darakaa cousin Saad her betrothed ahem ted to climb down a clllt overlooking the mine but the traveler shot him The stranger was revived from a water gourd Saad car tunnel and a earryingbaggtma she coutd carry and Corhdovaaafamoneprima donna became engaged In London to Lo cotheU a ealthy Greek financier Iler intimate friend was Countess Ieven hadbeenitlodybybomb hose In BL husband Peters burg and lady Mauds moat InUmate rlend was nutu Van Torp an Amen can who tab become one the richest men In the world Van Tarp was In love with Margaret and rushed to London ns betrothal lie eetchthe singer from Baraka ap proached Lorothetl at Versailles with rubles to sell He presented a ruby to Margaret a yacht and sent It to Venice Ue was visited bY Uaraka In male atUre She gave him a after the American had told her of having seen 4n the United States a man answering the of the one she loved The American followed Mat Margaret to the Bayrouth Parelfar festival took a liking to Van Torp who pre ented her with the ruby Baraka had given him Count Russian rota10rp bellevea pyrsuingDarakacharge of stealing from a ew sold to Logotbetl IAdYMaudtions with Baraka were open to suspi don and ao Informed Margaret van lorp believed that Kratlnsky wu the he had known In hla young manhood Liogothetl secured Barakas release and then with her as his guest Went to sea on yacht ETlnna Daraka Explains her plans for revenge on the man and left her to die Logothetlsucceeds In moderating her rage Lady Maud arrived In Bay reuth Margaret and Van Torp entered Into an agreement to build a tremendous opera house In New York The thief who stole the ruby from Mr PInney was ar rtsted hi New York and the atone recov ered Lady Maud confided to Van Torp that she believed Krallnsky to be the husband she had believed dead Van Torp promised his help to unravel the mystery The party gathered on Van Torps yacht and Lady Maud discovered that Krallnsky Is her husband lie of fered to and be true to her She refused Logothetl took Baraka ashore at Naples to proper outfit lie proposed procureher half In JOCU larltr and she agreed to do ao If she could find the man she sought Van TorI yacht arrived at Messina and not finding LogotheU there the party went on to Naples The yachts met and Baraka In Krallnsky the man she sought Logothetl Baraka and SpIro went aboard the Lancashire Lass iCHAPTER XV Continued But now at the very moment of meeting Margaret be knew that If ho found hor very angry with him ho would simply listen to what she had to say mako a humble apology state the truth coldly and return to his own yacht with Baraka under her very eyes and in full sight of Lady I Maud and Mrs Rushmore Besides lie felt tolerably sure that when Spiro failed to carry out the young Tartar girls murderous Instructions she would forgot all about the oath she had sworn by the Inviolable water of the Styx and try to kill him with her own hands so that It would be neces sary to take her away abruptly and even forcibly Before the Erlnna had quite lost her way LogotheU had his naphtha launch puffing alongside and he got Into It with Baraka and Spiro and the Lancashire Lass had barely time to lower her ladder while still moving slowly before the visitors wero there Baraka bade Logothetl go up first and trod daintily on the grated steps as she followed him The chief mate and chief steward were wafting at the gangway The mate saluted the steward led the visitors to the main saloon ushered them In and shut the door Spiro was loft outsIde of courseMr Van Torp shook hands coldly with Logothetl Baraku walked direct ly to Krallnsky and then stood stone still before him gazing up steadily Into his eyes- Neither Margaret nor Mrs Rush more was to bo seeD Van Torp and Logothetl both watched the other two looking from one face to the other ICralinsky with Ms eyeglass In his eye surveyed the lovely young bar barian unmoved and the silence lasted half a minute Then she spoke in her own language and Krallnsky answered her and only Logothetl understood what they said to each other Prob ably it did not occur to ICralinsky that the Greek know Tartar You are not Ivan You are fatter and you have not his eyes Logotheti drew a long breath No answered Krallnsky I am Yuryl his brother I novel saw you but ho told me of you Wbeie Is Ivan DeadThe proud little head was bowed down for a moment and Baraka did not speak till several seconds had passed Then she looked up again uddenly Her dark eyeq were quite dryHow longr More than four months You know Itr I wu with him And burled him U If enough She turned her head high and went litho door and no oae hindered her IMXIO coins out U Mons Logothotl Lady Maud called him and the Greek crossed tho saloon and stood by her lie is not the man I see she said with n vague doubt in her voice NoVan Torp was speaking with Kra linsky in low tones Lady Maud spoke to Logothetl again after an Instant in which she drew a painful breath and grew paler Miss Donne knows that you are on board she said but she wishes me to say that she will not see you and that she considers her engagement at an end after what you have done Logotheti did not hesitate Will you kindly glvo a message to Miss Donne from met he asked That quite depends on what it Is Lady Maud answered coldly She felt that she herself had got something near a deathwound but she would not break down 1 beg you to tell Miss Donne that I yield to her decision said Logothetl with dignity We are not suited to each other and It la better that we should part But I cannot accept as the cause of our parting the fact that I have given my protection to a young girl whom I have extracted from great trouble and have treated and still treat precisely as I should have treated Miss Donne It she had been my guest Will you tell her than I will tell her that Thank you Good morning He turned and went towards the door but stopped to speak to Van TorpThis genUeman he said is not the man my guest was anxious to find though he is strikingly like him I have to thank you for giving her an opportunity of satisfying herself Good morningMr Torp was extremely grate ful to Logothetl for having ruined himself In Margarets eyes and would in any case have seen him to the gangway but he was also very anx ious to know what Krallnsky and Ba raka had said to each other In Tartar He therefore opened the door for the Greek followed him out and shut It behind him Baraka and Spiro had disappeared they wero already in the launch waiting Now what did they say if It isnt a rude question asked the American Logothotl repeated the short conver sation almost word for word He said that his namo was Yuryl he concluded That Is George in Eng lishOh bos George it bet And whats his dead brothers name again pleaseIvan That Is John Before we part Van Torp I may as well tell you that my engagement with Miss Donne is at an end She was good enough to inform me of her decision through Lady Maud One thing more please I wish you to know as between man and man that I have treated Baraka as I would my own sister since I got her out of prison and I beg that you wont encourage any disagreeable talk about her Well now said the American slowly Im glad to hear you say that just in that way I guess itll be all right about any remarks on board my ship now youve spoken Thank you said Logothotl mov ing towards the gangway They shook hands with some cor diality and Logothetl ran down the steps like a sailor without laying his hand on the manrope stepped on board his launch and was off In a moment Good byl goodby Miss Barrack and good luck to you cried Van Torp waving his cap Logothetl translated his words to Baraka who looked back with a grate ful smile as If she had not just heard that the man she had risked her life to find In two continents had been dead four months It was his portion she said gravely when she was alone with Logo theta on tho Erlnna and the chain was coming In fast Van Torp went back to the main saloon and found Lady Maud and Kra llnsky there She was apparently about to leave the count for sho was coming towards the door and her eyes were dark and angry fetus she said this man is my husband and insists that I should take him back I will not Will you kindly have me put ashoro boforo you start again My things are ready nowExcuse me answered Mr Van Torp digging his large thumbs into his waistcoat pockets theres a mis take lies not your husband Ho Is indeed I cried Lady Maud in a tone her friend never forgot I am Boris Loven said Krallnsky In an authoritative tone and coming forward almost defiantly Then why did you tell the Tartar gill that your name was George asked Mr Van Torp unmoved- I did not- Youvo evidently forgotten That Greek gentleman speaks Tartar better than you I winder where you learned lii lies Just told me you said your name was George My name Is George Boris an- sweredI Krallnsky less confidently I Ha was not a coward but he bad never been face to face with Van Torp when ho meant business and the terrlblo American cowed him My husbands name Is only Boris nothing else said Lady Maud Well this isnt your husband this is George whoever he Is and if you dont believe It Im going to give you an object lesson- Thereupon Mr Van Torp pressed the button of a bell in the bulkhead near the door which ha opened and he stood looking out A steward came at onceSend me Stemp said Van Torp IB a low voice as he stepped outside Yes sir And see here send six sailors with himVery good sir Mr Van Torp went in again and shut the door Krallnsky disdained flight and was looking out of a win dow Lady Maud had sat down again For tho first time In her life she felt weakIn less than one minute the door opened and Stemp appeared Impas sive and respectful Behind him was the boatswain a huge Northumbrian and five young seamen in perfectly now guernseys with fair quiet faces StempYes Take that man somewhere and shave him Leave his mustache on Van Torp pointed to Krallnsky For once in his life Stemp gasped for breath Krallnsky turned a green ish white and seemed paralyzed with rageTake his beard off sir you meant Yes Leavo his mustache Here men added Van Torp take that tel low outside and hold him down in a chair while Stemp shaves him Seer The boatswain looked doubtful Hes pretending to be somebody bos not said Van Torp on my ship and I want to see his face Its mutiny if you dont obey orders I Aye aye sir responded tho boat swain cheerfully for he rather liked the job since there was a good reason for It- But Instead of going about his bust ness gently the Northumbrian giant suddenly dashed prat Van Torp In a flash and Jumped and hurled himself head foremost at Krallnskys legs ex actly as If he were diving In the counts violent fall the revolver he had drawn was thrown from his hand and went off in tho air The boat swain had seen It in time The big man struggled a little but the five seamen held him fast and carried him out kicking Stemp The valet was preparing to follow the prisoner and was quite calm againYes sir It ho wont sit still to be shaved cut his head off Yes sir Van Torps eyes wero awful to see lie had never been so angry In his life He turned and saw Lady Maud pressing her handkerchief to her right temple The ball had grazed it though it had certainly not been meant for her Rufus she cried in great distress what have you dono The question Is what hes done to you answered Van Torp 1 boUctc the blackguard ha shot oul Wandering Alone In Search of Plants and Minerals Its nothing Thank God It hit mel It was meant for you Van Torps rago instantly turned into tender care and he Insisted on examining tho wound which was slight but would leave a scar By a miracle the ball had grazed the angle of the temple without going near the temporal artery and scarcely singe ing the thick brown hair Van Torp rang and sent for water and absorbent cotton and made a very neat dressing over which Lady Maud tied her big veil Just as this was dono Stemp appeared at the door Its ready sir if you would like to come and see Ive not scratched him once sir All right Van Torp turned to Lady Maud Do you feel faint Loan on my arm But she would not and she walked bravely holding herself so straight that she looked much taller than he though sno felt as If she were going to executionA later she uttered a loud cry and clung to Van Torps shoulder with both hands But as for him he said only two words You hellhound I The man was not Boris Loven The eyes the upper part of the face the hair oven the flowing mustaches were his but not the small retreating chin crossed by the sharp thin scar of a swordcut long healed- I know who you are said Van Torp surveying him gravely Youre Longlegged Levis brother that disappeared before bo did I remember that scar Lot me off easy said Longlegged Levis brother Ive not done you any harm Beyond wounding Lady Maud aft er trying to pass yourself off as her dead husband No I wont let you off Boatswain I want this man arrested and well take him and all his beiongings before the British consul in Messina in less than an hour You just attend to that will you t Somebody go and tell the captain Aye aye sir The rest Is soon told A long In qulry followed which led to the solu lion of tho mystery and sent Count Yuryl Lovcn to Siberia for he was Boris Lovons twin brother The truth turned out to be that there youngestbeingthe same Cossack regiment aud bud served In the Caucasus where most officers learn tho Tartar language which is spoken by all the different tleslgnatothemtheir names Boris behaved himself tolerably well in the army but both his brothers John and George who was his twin were broken for cheating at cards and emigrated to America So long as they all wore their beards as officers of Cossack regiments usual ly do they were very much alike They were all educated men of refined tastes and particularly fond of music When his two brothers wore cash diplomaticroxwcll and was killed by a bomb In St Petersburg John and George separated In America when they were tired of punching cattle John was something of a naturalist and was by far the most gifted of the three as well as the most daring lIe gravitated to China and at last to Mongolia wandering alone In search of plants and minerals and it was to him that Baraka showed the ruby mine lIe got back to civilization with his treasure and took It to Petersburg unmolested There ho found George earning a poor living In an obscure position In the public service his conduct in the army having been condoned or over looked John who was the Incarna tion of selfishness would do nothing for him George exasperated by him and half starved murdered him in such a way that ho was supposed to have died by an accident took posses sion of his hoard of unsold rubles and wrote to his twin brother to come and share the fortune John had left them George and Boris bad been In constant correspondence and had even helped each other with money from time to time Some weeks elapsed Petersburgbeforehe told ttoorge who know London well nnd bad moreover helped him in his attempt to get a divorce a vast number of details about his married life and his wifes behavior her character and tastes Then Boris was killed in the street and George left tho country and changed his namo with tho vague Idea that his own was not a very creditable one and that if ho kept It he might bo troubled by his brother Boris numerous creditors lIe began life over again as Krallnsky Ho had not entertained the least In tention of passing himself for Boris and claiming Lady Maud as his wife till he met her and her beauty made him lose his head completely when ho saw that she took him for her husband lIe would have been found out inevitably sooner or later but Van LadyMuds justlcefrom England The family history of the Levens was exhumed and dis sected before the courts Tho creditors of Boris Levon appeared in legions and claimed that in proper course ho should have Inherited the rubles from his murdered brother and would then have been able to pay his debts The court thought so too and ordered tho confiscated treasure to be sold lint since It had been Boris tho law was obliged to declare that tho residue of the money after paying tho debts was the property of Countess Leven Boris widow Lady Maud thus found herself In possession of a considerable fortune for she accepted tho Inheritance when sho was assured that It would go to the Russian crown if she refused itThe wealth Lady Maud thus commands enables her to carry much peculiartormbe her own Invention If It may be properly called charity at all and which consists In making It worth while and agreeable to certain unfortunate peoplo to live decent lives In quiet corners without starving In steed of calling to them to come out from behind the virtuocurtain and bo reformed In public It is a Tory ex veryhardpopular for the popular charities are those that cost least and are no trouble Mme KonstnntinoB Logothetl Is learning French and English on the BrephoruB with her husband and will make a sensation when ho brings her to London and Paris On the day of his marriage In Constantinople Logo thetl received a letter from Lady Maud telling him how rorry she was that she had not believed him that day on the yacht at Scalctta and say ing that she hoped to meet his wife soon It was an honest apology from an honest woman lie received a letter a few days later from Margaret and on the same day a magnificently printed and reck least illustrated booklet reached him y forwarded from Pans The letter was from Margaret to tell him that she also took back what she had thought about Baraka and hoped to sea him and hor before long She said she was glad on the whole that ho had acted like a lunatic because it was likely that they would both be hap prior She herself sbo sold was going to bo married to Mr Van Torp at St Georgos Hanover square before sailing for Now York whtro she was going to sing at tho opera after Christmas If he should bo In town then she hoped ho would como and bring his wife The booklet was an announcement interleaved with fine etchings to the effect that The Mmo da Cordova and Rufus Van Torp Company would open their now opera house in Fifth avenue lots than two years henc with a grand Wagner festival to last two months and to Include the per formanco of Parsifal wfth entirely new scenery and tho greatest living artists whose names were given Mr Van Torp had told the diva that he would like her to chooso a wedding present which sho really wanted adding that he had a few things for her already Ho produced some of them but some wero on paper Among the latter was a house in New York overlooking tho park and copied exactly from her own In Lon don the English architect having been sent to New York himself to build itTwo small items wore two luxurious prlvato cars of entirely different patterns one for America and one for Europe which she was always to uso when she traveled professionally or otherwise Ho said ho did not give her the Lancashire Lass because It wasnt quite now having been about ten months In the water but ho had his own reasons one of which was that the yacht represented a gent meat to him and was what ho would havo called a souvlner But If she could think of anything else shA fan tied now was tho time She said that there was only ono thing she should really like but that sho could net have It because It was not In the market Ho asked what It was and it turned out to bo tho ruby which Logothotl had given her and had taken to Pinneys to be cut and which had been the cause of so many unexpected events Including her mar riago Logotbotl had It In his posses don she supposed but ho had shown good taste In not trying to press It on her as a wedding present for she could not have accepted It Neverthe less she wanted It very much more as a remembrance than for Its beauty Mr Van Torp said ho thought ho could fix that and he did Ho went directly to Mr Plnney and asked what had become of the stone Mr Pinney answered that It was now cut and was in his safe for sale Thsl good man had felt that It would no TorpiLogotbetlin his way had ordered It to bo sold when a good opportunity offered and directed that tho money should ba given to the poor Greeks In London under the supervision of Lady Maud Loven the Turkish ambassador and the Greek minister as a committee Mr Plnnoy after consultation with tho best exports valued It at 14000 pounds Mr Van Torp wroto check for the money put the stone Into an Inner pocket and took It to the diva Wall ho said smiling heroiyour ruby anyway Anything else today wonderingly co case rlslnaIntimationsanything so beautiful in my life Itsover so much more glorious than titian I last saw IU observedMrIt ought to haven name of Its own Im suro Its more beautiful than many teltbalfglorious depths of the great tune Thank you she cried thank you so ItthanAnd thereupon she throw her magnificent arms around Rufus Van Torps solid neck and kissed his cool flat check soveral times and It seemed quite natural to her to do so and she oncekissedher It wants a name doesnt Itt as sented Mr Van Torp Yes You must find ono for ItWell he said after whats hap ItTheTilE ENO RapsSugar In Ger many from old rags Tho rags are treated with sulphuric acid and con verted Into dextrine This is treated with a milk of lime and la then sub I jected to a now bath of sulphuric acid which converts It Into glucose The 1IdenUcnJ 1 1 c l THE CITIZEN Page Seven 4 SCIENCE IN GROWING CORN Requires Great Deal of Labor but Farmer Is Repaid by the Increased Crop PKTEHHENTho Im portent tills spring Not in many years has the question so closely ap pealed to tho tarmer as it docs now Much of tho seed corn saved in tho corn bolt states for this seasons plant ing is showing low germination and bettor cultivation than over wilt bo necessary to produce a big crop A good seed bed is the foundation of tho crop or rather tho first stone upon tho real foundation the seed InLured it should bo worked up as mel low as a garden bed If stalks are on tho ground they should bo disked both ways tho rollers being ground sharp then follow with a spading disk and work tho soil thoroughly four or five inches deep It is hardly possible to spend too groundztway making six workings before plantingWhen stalks are plowed under a Rood plan is to barrow first then plow then harrow again and plant The harrow should follow tho plow closely and all plowed ground should bo finished every noon and night Another good preparation Is to disk epadertheweek later Then harrow tho land utter each double disking nnd plant close after tho barrow Howe the 11 linois man says that after several pears experience ho prefers disking to plowing Of courso sod ground must bo plowed It Is also important to use the right kind of a corn planter use an edge drop planter or ono that will drop tho exaot number of kernels fur which It Is set 95 times out of 100 It should even do better than that If tho seed has been carefully sorted according to size to fit tho holes In tho different plates This Is tho only way to got an even stand of corn An even stand from good seed Is the only way to grow a profitable crop Test tho planter well before taking It to the fold Do not spoil a lot of ground and waste a lot of seed trying to find out whether your planter Is reliable or not USEFUL IN HEATING WATER In Hop Killinp Time Device Shown In Illustration Is of Greatest Value on Farm A crane Is very useful In boating water during hog killing time or whcn ever a kettle is to bo suspended over n fire Set a heavy post firmly Into tho ground tamping In a shovelful of coarse gravel or stone and attach a bar of Iron at the proper distance Crane for An Open Fire pear the bottom To nn eyebolt near the top attach a chain letting It pass down through the end of the rod which should bo In tho shape of a fork Tho length of tho chain will determine tho distance of the kettle from tho ground Some Fertilizers Injure Celery It is popularly believed that certain fertilizers Influence tho disease of cel ery known as black heart and a series of experiments was carried on at tho Florida experiment station In which 3G formulas of fertilizers were tested Plats receiving nitrate of soda and kalnlt wero uniformly severely at tacked by tho disease and those plats which received fertilizers consisting of bono meal fish scrap and high grado sulphate of potash gave best re units Care of New Lawn All now lawns should bo covered with well totted manure or other com mercial fertilizer Into In tho fall Five hundred pounds of tho latter to tho nero Is a good proportion Somo gar donors think that tho use of stable manure encourages weeds Fertilizers for FruitI Commercial fertilizers rich in potash Is needed for fruit trees It k strengthens and builds up the wood and adds flavor to tho fruit When they get bong and vigorous apply nitrate of oda in tho early springI I r 1 TP W + BEEHIVE MADE OF CONCRETE CanMakeLast Indefinitely Among the occupations which offer profit and amusement and at the womenIsare that little spaco is required there Islightof tlmo and care Much of the ap nthomo Concrete Beehive I are not present the things may bo purchased without any great outlay of moneyThere I havo been many improve ments lately in the manner of con structing tbo beehives and probably the most interesting is one which is mado of concrete A patent has been recently Issued covering the manufac lure of concrete beehives but any one with a little Ingenuity may easily make them and a sot of molds onco having been mado satisfactorily maybe used Indefinitely and any number of hives made from it Anyone at tempting to make a hive of this ma terlal should acquaint themselves with the character of tho cement and should also be familiar with the habits of bees HANGINGSHELF FOR CELLAR Curtain Hung Around Fruit Jars Ex eludes Dust and Keeps Out Flies to Great Extent OmFFINWo glass fruit Jars with paper to exclude the light Now we have a curtain hung HangingShelf around the shelf as shown by tho dotted lines In the drawing It is tacked along each side joist to the edge of tho center joists What light gets In between the joists amounts to nothing and tbo arrangement makes a good ventilation for tho closet Try a curtain around the cellar shelf and see how well tho fruit keeps It also keeps out dust and flies to a great extent The Gipsy Brown Tall Every farmer should tako pains to learn to recognize at sight the various stages of the gipsy brown tall and many other of our Insect pests and they should bo instructed by tho state how to manage tho war against them If former A keeps his orchard and trees free from brown tails and neigh her B just over tho fence leaves a lot of theso pests on somo of his trees that are out of tho jurisdiction of the town or state how can farmer A expect to get ahead in hIs fight against tho pest 111 N 1 1 The well filled silo forestalls dry pasture worry Ono and onehalt bushels of wheat are ample to sow an acre The successful farmer finds weed- Ing to do in tho flocks as well as the fieldsYou can find many chunks of wood about the farm Save them all for tho stove Every weed that Is killed before going to seed makes next years field tho cleaner Manuro that Is spread upon the field will not waste Its fertility This Is not tho case with tbo piles in the barnyardBees water to dilute tho heavy thick honey left over from winter to make It suitable for tho young larvae and also to snake the cell wax pliable Onions squashes pumpkins and sweet potatoes should be stored In a dry frost proot place most cellars aro too damp nnd a room or attic is usually a better place Keep some kind of a crop growing in the garden tho entire season If nothing else Is done sow wheat or rye on tho vacant places to keep weeds from springing up and maturing seed Weeds ripen In a very short time If they lire allowed to grow J 4IP REVIEW Say School Lena for Oct 23 1910 Specially Arranged for Thl Paper PMs1 Golden TextVAnd It came to when the days were well nigh come that he should be revived up ho stead tastly set his face to go to Jerusalem and sent messengers before till faceLuke 951 The first element of a good renew Is to make It a real review a general view of tho whole period which has been studied In this case our review cov ers 13 lessons from Lesson III of the third quarter to Lesson III of this quar ter Tho second element Is that the review bo made attractive and inter eating And it can bo so conducted both In the class and for tho wholo school as lo become ono of the most attractive and helpful sessions of the year Tho period covered by this revrow extends from the summer of A D 29 to April 4 A D 30 about nine monthsTho place in the life of Christ is tho last part of the great Galilean min istry tho tvholo of tho Perean ministry in tho country east of tho Jordan and tho last four days of Christs public ministry in Jerusalem and vi cinity Tho Map Trace on the map the movements of JesusCapernaum Caesarca Phlllppl Galileo Caper naum Jerusalem Galilee Pcrea Jericho Bethany Mount of Olives Jerusalem Picture Review rteproductioni from photographs of great paintings and of Biblical and historical places and events both in color and In black and white arc now so reason able In price as to mako them avail able for regular use in tho class or Sunday school It Is n groat help to the memory if each class or each scholar makes a picture book of this part of the life of Christ The best book for this purpose is one mado for this object of 140 pages with a peculiar but simple back which enables ono to fill the book with pictures without at all distorting tho covers which are of heavy board covered with tasty paper Tho text of Matthews Gos pel can be pasted In from some cheap edition of tho Gospels or better writ ten In the words of the scholar Great interest can bo added to tho making of these volumes la various ways They are ornamented with pen drawings For instance tho fact of Jesus working as a carpenter during his young manhood Is happily illus trated by sketching a hammer a jackknife saw or other carpenters tools Maps and charts and small pictures can bo cut out of disused Quarterlies illustrations can bo preserved from magazines and newspapers small cards can be obtained with beautifully arranged pressed flowers In various natural colors from different parts of Palestine which Jesus has made sa cred two cents each in packages of 25 Another Form of Picture Review Mrs Estello M Hurll author of a capital volume on The Lire of Our Lord In Art advocating tho greater uso of pictures in the Sunday school says A successful teacher of a largo Dlblo class in one of our churches wishing to provide some thing usually Instructive for lie view Sunday chose this plan she procured a largo numbor of photographs descriptive of tho lifo of our Lord placed them upon tho walls and upon easels in the class room un til sho had tho whole story told In pictures During tho session no wordI from her was necessary except simple explanations whllo the pupils passed In silence from ono picture to another taking in its beauty and Its lesson at tho same tlmo It was tho most Impressive service I ever at tended said ono who was there and the wholo class echoed tho same sen timent as they slowly left the church Traveling by Stereoscopic Pictures These are growing more popular be- Ing used in day schools as well as in Suuday schools because the pictures aro Incomparably better thpn those of a few years ago They aro such lifelike representations of the places where our Lord lived and walked and taught tho figures and the scenes are brought out so clearly that it is almost tho same as If we wore actu ally traveling in the Holy Land People are more and more waking up to the likeness of tho experiences that may bo gained In tho stereoscope to those gained by viewing them on tho spotThere are 100 pictures of Palestine In a leather case with a book en closing a map and a description of the tour through tho Holy Land Of course a selection can bo made of the pictures This can bo made most useful for an evening meeting with tho class It would bo well for each Sunday school to own a set of these The Topical Hovlow Let tho schol ars go through tho lessons during the previous week some taking ono class of subjects and others another If they aro unablo to examine all thoroughly- I Find all the statements that were applied to the life of the apostles- II Find those two which contain references to children III Find those which refer to mar tinge feasts IV Find those which are based on vineyardsV tho story of each of tho par ablesVI Tell tho story of the triumphal entryVII What do we learn about watch Ing VIII Note tho references to CbrUtf suffering and death h ITHE MARKETS I Cincinnati Grain Wheat No 2 red lal02 No3 red 93a9Sc Corn No 2 white 55- 11src No3 whlto 54a55c No2 yel low 54C No 3 yellow 254cNo 2 mixed Sic white car GlaCSc yellow ear C2aC4c mixed ear Cla63c OatsNo 2 white 36o3Gc No 3 white 35a35 c standard white 351111- 13Cc No 2 mixed 34c No 3 mixed 3n a34c Hay No 1 timothy 18a 1825 No 2 timothy C50al675 No3 timothy 1450al5 No 1 clover mixed 1450al5 No1 clover 12al225 Malt Spring barley 87a90c Barley No 2 spring SOaS2c No 3 C9a74c HaNo2 SOnSlc No3 74a75c Cincinnati Live Stock Cattle Shippers C50aC75 butcher steers extra 550aG75 good to choice f5a575 heifers extra J516a525 good to choice 140a515 sows extra tG5a 175 good to choice 425alGO Bulls Bolognas 3COa425 fat bulls 435a 475 CalvesExtra 10al025 fair to good 850a975 Hogs Heavy 875a9 good to choice packers and butchers 9a915 mixed packers JSQOaDlO com mon to choice heavy fat sown 6a8 light shippers SGOr915 pigs 110 Ibs and less Ga850 SheepExtra 4 good to choice 325a390 Lambs Ex tra 7 good to choice 625a685 year lings la525 Cincinnati Miscellaneous Butter Creamery fancy 31c Ib firsts 30c fancyV dairy 22c Poultry Hens 14c Ib spring chickens 13c spring ducks 13c turkeys 19c geese 7a9c Eggs Prime 25c doz firsts 23 Ac Applcs250 bbl Grapes Dela ware ISc pony basket Niagara 17cpony basket Concords 25c 3lb basket Peaches Northern Ohio AA 250 bn B 175 Potatoes Homegrown 225a250 bbl sweet Virginia yellow 2a225 bbl Jersey 250a275 Plums Damson S325a350 bu Rhu barb 15a20c doz Sugar Corn 812c doz String Beam Homegrown 11 2bu sack Tomatoeshomegrown lal50 bushel OUTLOOK IS BETTER Although Statistics of Actual Transactions Do Not Indicate SoFoot wear Orders Increase Now YorkR G Dun Cos weekly review of trade says Tho industrial and mercantile out look Is better than statistics of actual transactions indicate The tono of tho financial markets is strong in spite of the recent advance In foreign discount rates Tho iron and steel trade seems brighter in spite of tho unsatisfactory demand for pig Iron There Is how over a largo consumption of wire and a better demand for structural prod uctsTho dry goods trade improves al though curtailment of cotton production Is etlll practiced nnd tho read justment mado necessary by the high price of raw material continues the government report during tho week indicating a moderate nnd late crop Woolen and worsted goods are in bet tor demand Tho cotton goods trade seems encouraging tho demand Indi cating an enormous world consump tlonOrders for footwear increase slight normalIof lightweight cowhide union solo having been made at one cent advance All kinds of upper leathers for shoos ore neglected Tho hide markets aro weaker with tho exception of South American dry hides common varieties which are very strong I Bradstreets Review New York Bradstreets review says Improvement in tono rather than en largoment In general is tho notable feature this week As a whole while demand Is fairly good buying con tinues cautious there Is little dispo sition to anticipate distant requirements and trade lacks snap Weather favorableIncrops and good crop results have helped sentiment but political discussion and price uncertainties havo repressed tho demand In ono line however that of cotton manufacturers past curtailment nn absence of any apparent weight of stocks and higher prices for material caused by official reports of crop deterloatlon in September have made buyers moro eager for somo lines of fabrics Higher grade fabrics noto chief strength Retail trade gen orally awaits tho stimulus of cold weather which however is quickly following the widespread rain of tho past week Collections as a whole are fair to good Iron nnd steel lines are reporting n rather better feeling A little enlargement of buying of pig iron Is reported Mine products are active Business failures In tho United States for tho week ending October C loot were 192 against 211 last week 203 In tho like week of 1909 2CG In 190S 192 in 1907 and 192 In 1SOG Wheat Including flour exports from the United States and Canada for the week ending October fi aggregated 2S92G30 bu against 2126637 last week and 4139GG2 tins week last year For tho 14 weeks ending October G exports aro 22053629 bu against 32555445 in the corresponding period last year Corn oxports for the week are 435 321 bu against 593869 last week and 1C7G22 In 1909 For the 11 weoka end ing October C corn exports are 4091 lr2 tu against J51G24 last week r 1855 Berea CollegeIFOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reachof all Over 64 instructors 1365 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS- A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himself where he can make most rapid progressiWhich Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for thcso least advanced Some lectures library and general advantages as for moro advanced students Arithmetic and tho common brandies taught in the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management ole Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade tractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn I 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branches necea sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may bo taken as an extra in connection with any courso Small extra fees I Expenses Regulations Opening Days fI Bcrea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All tho money re colved from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In I peoplehofor lives of usefulness i OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protoot the character and reputation of tho young peoples Our students come from + tho best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may bo sick the College provides doctor and nurso without extra charge All except those with parents in Boron live in Collego buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train fag and getting pay according to tho value of their labor Except in win ter it is expected that all will have a chanco to earn a part of their ex penses Write to the Secretary before coming to secure employment PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is tho best but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather warm wraps Cooperatlveother necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost Tho College asks no rent for tho fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffco or extras 135 a week in tho fall and 160 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash fag of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring BO cents in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This Is paid but once and Is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for caro of school buildIIngs hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction is a free gift Tho Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 a term G in Academy and Normal and 700 in Colic 0 giato courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fro and room rent bj thn term board by tho half term Installments are as follows Vocational Model Normal and FALL School Academy College Incidental Fee f 500 COO 700 Room 560 5CO CCO Board 7 weeks 945 945 941 Amount due Sept 14 1910 2005 2105 2205 Board for 7 weeks due Nov 2 1910 945 946 943 Total for term 2950 3050 If paid In advance 2900 3000 3103tWINTER Incidental Fee 500 600 701 Room GOO 600 COg Qpard C weeks 900 900 901 Amount duo Jan 4 1911 2000 2100 2200 Board for C weeks due Feb 15 1911 900 900 901 Total for term 2900 3001 3100 If paid In advance 2850 2950 3050 SPRING Incidental Feo 500 GOO 700 Room 400 400 400 Board 5 weeks C75 676 675 Amount duo March 29 1911i575 UU5 1775 Board for 5 weeks due May 3 1941 675 676 675 Total for term 2350 2350 2450 If paid In advance 2300 2300 2400 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before tho end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for traction of a week On board refund in full On room and Special Expenses there is a largo loss occa sioned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refund only onehalt of tho amount which tbo student has paid for the remaining weeks of the term o On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term will re celvo n certificate for onehalf the incidental fee paid which certificate Wilt be received as cash by Berea Collego on payment of term bills by tho stu dent In person or a brother or slater if presented within four terms i The first day of Fall term Is September 14 1910 The first day of Winter term Is January 4 191 The first day of Spring term Is March 29 1911 For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL Cr GAMBLEBEREA L1R as Pale Eight THE CITIZEN koKokokoKok KokoK stckokcKokoK KoKK Kokokokokokokokoa- x o East Kentucky Correspondence f I News You Get Nowhere Else i off No coneipondcneepubllihtdanltfi +Itoed In lull ly then tiur lie urn S U not for publication but ne in evidence of good filth Write plainly 2 o A 01107iOk0510110110S102t0A07NOR0710 JACKSON COUNTY IICULBT Hurley Oct 2 Several from hero attended church at Birch Lick Sun dayRegular church services aro to be held at Indian Creek next Satui day and Sunday Baptism will be at tended to at nine oclock Sunday morning Mr and Mrs Riley Gab bard were at Sand Gap Saturday Much sorghum Is now being made In this community Ned Gabbard and daughter Bertha visited friends at Annvllle Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Bradley Gabbard from Tus cola Ill are visiting homo folks for a few days Born to Mr and Mrs W M Gabbard a fine boy Grover Gabbard visited his parents at Black Lick SaturdayJohn Howard ot Birch Lick is hauling logs for Ned LakesJacob H Gabbard bought fine yoke of oxen for 110 and Is 1I Ing Into the logging business crops are very good In this county Most every one now Is thru taking care of his fodder KK11IIY KNOB Kerby Knob Oct IA large num ber from here attended the associa tion at Sand Gap SaturdayLlttle Lottie Click who has beet sick with scarlet fever has been much worsa for the past few daysMr and Mrs Tom Click ot Whites Station visited friends and relatives from Friday till Sunday The scarlet fever Is rag- Ing among children and also grown people In this community Mr and Mrs Lewis Smiths baby died with scarlet fever Sept 28 Hiram Williams and family left Oct 5 for Illi note where they expect to live In the futureThe school contest between Mrs Smith and Mrs Garrett was decided Sept 29th In favor of Mrs Garrett who will continue teach ing three months already having been taught SAND GAP Sand Gap Oct 10 Farmers are about thru saving fodder and cutting corn and are now making sorghum I Scarlet fever Is among the children of this vicinity Mrs Sarah Pow ell widow of Larkin Powell has sold her farm and property to her stepson t Aaron Powell and moved to Brassfleld As a good neighbor and citizen she will long be remembered and sadly missed by her many friends D M Click the wool man was recently In this vicinity delivering goods which he had soldThe Four I Church Association which convened at this place the latter part of last week was well attended and went Jioffquietly with the exception of one j fight and one Intoxicated ladyBess- ie Durham from Carlyle 0 Is vis iting friends and relatives here Bird Brockman of Collier Is reported to be very 111 James and Thomas Bennett of Bradshaw visited their uncle J R Durham and family I Saturday night Among the visitors who attended the Four Church Asso I I elation hero last week were Gran vII Norvell and family of Garrard Co Mary and Sara Kerby ofBerea CoraI Davis of Malden Logan i Conway Uncle Henry Isaacs and son and wife of Wind Cave James and Thomas Bennett of Bradshaw Net tie McGulre and Sherman Baker of High Top Valentino Williams and family of Dreyfus and Annie Powell and Shlrd fleece of Shirley Aunt Jane Durham anU grand daughter f Bessie wore guests of J It Durham and family Wednesday night and ThursdayMary and Sara Kerby t visited night Florence ICS Durham Friday I Isaacs Oct 5Farmers have been I very busy foddering during these few IO1IOtRO110i1oS101N01 a101101s OtA0itO110I1 days Attendance at school has been injured by fodder pulling Wo hope parents will soon realize the injus tice of taking their children out of school to workThe Teachers Association held at Letter Box last Satur day was well attended and an excel lent dinner was served on the grounds by the people of the community All teachers In that educational division were present except two Honorary members were Mr Bowman of Be rea Misses Laura Spence and Min nie Price L T Medlock and Robert Akemon All readily complied when called upon to discuss any subject Mrs Mary E Purkey Is visiting her daughter Mrs Martha Davis Dr G W Cook Is sickMr and Mrs Tom Brewer have moved to Hazolpatch W H Campbell prchas ed a mare from Wui Vaughn Monday Mr Campbell Is working tor the Aunvlllo College G C Purkey Is running a cane mill this Fall Mr and Mrs John Moore have mov ed to the Arkey Hacker farmII- C Davis visited Dr G W Cook SundayJohn Hollin of Manchester started for home yesterday with a cane mill which he purchased from J G Allen v MAULDKN Maulden Oct 10Cora Amyx is visiting her sister Mrs Frank Ward at London She will also visit her brothers at Livingston and Paris before returning homeEthel Davis who has been visiting at Ethel Ky the past week returned home Satur dayAndy Pierson and wife were the guests of the latters parents Mr and Mrs Jack Farmer last Satur day and Sunday Myrtle the daugh ter of Stephen Farmer is recovering from an attack of typhoid fever al- so two others of the family who have fever aro slowly improving Mrs M Davis fell and threw her arm out of place Wednesday Alfred Moore visited home folks a few days last weekDr W T Amyx sold his property at McKee to R M Brad shaw Dr Amyx has gone to Livings ton to make his future home Miss Flncy Frost who has been visiting relatives at this place for the past month contemplates returning to her home in Madison County soonI- S McGeorgo purchased a fine mule today for 135 CLOVER BOTTOM Clover Bottom Oct 9Scarlet fever Is raging in this vicinity Died last week a small child of Mr and Mrs Jesse Kerby The bereaved ones have our profoundest sympathy Died on the 3rd Inst a child 2 years old of Mr and Mrs J R Engle The little one had been sick for some time and there seemed some hopes of its re covery until about two days before it died Pneumonia was the beginning of its trouble with other diseases setting In later Clifford Dean Is very low with scarlet fever but has some hopes of recovery One of Gar Hayes children has scarlet fever The friends of Leonard Abney seen to be highly pleased because of his coming clear of the charge of acces sory to the murder of James Lane over a year ago Squire S A Engle will have a large docket for next Saturday Mrs Alice Cruse Is very low with something like the white swelling CLAY COUNTY noav Dory Oct 5 Everybody is making sorghum now Hattlo Brewstcr had a bean stringing last Friday night All report a fine time Jessie Sparks who has been sick with ty phoid fever is Improving Ettlo Byrd returned from Lexington Tuesday Martha Banks was the welcome guest To Educate Your Children This ceiled cottage of four rooms with table chairs and bedstead may be rented for 10 a Term Renter must give reference Other dwellings of various sizes and for very reasonable prices Address T J OSBONE Berea Ky S J r = of Myrtle Singleton Friday night D M Allen went to W M Bynls to a stir off last week Willie Horns by passed thru hero today Hugh El wards and wife of Taft visited fct Dory Saturday nightMrs Maggie Ray Martha Banks and Hattie Brew etcr visited Jessie Sparks Sunday macron Hector Oct 3Hlgo Roberts bad a fodder pulling last Wednesday with about sixteen alders All enjoyed a fine time at his homo In the evening c A Smith made a trip to Hy den with a load of hay last week and made some sales Llllle Hensley Is acting as substitute teacher lot Clark in T J HounchelPs place tta latters house having accidentally burned down There was a splendid meeting at this place Saturday and Sunday SEXTONS CUKKK Sextons Creek Oct SThe Grover stave mill located near the mouthof Buncum was burned down lust TUCJ day night Born to tho wife of Jai Metcalf a fine girl Her name is Mattle School is progressing very well with Steve Keith as teacher Joe Slzemoro returned hone from near Lexington where ho has boon at work Sam Stylor Lmma Hall and Julia Sparks leave today for near Lexington Jessie Sparks who has been very low with typhoid fever is better Fuz Campbell and Nathan Sparks returned from Richmond Tufts day whore they had been with sheep and cattle Mrs Ella Rowlett of Lexington Is visiting her parents this week John Campbell has purchased an organ from J W Baker Jamos Banks has gone to Clark County to see his brother Lewis who Is sick ROCKCASTLE COUNTY DISPUTANTA DIsputanta Oct 10Mrs Kezztah Keenan of Monongahcla Pa has re turned home after a few weeks visit with her father J A AngllnJ 11 Turley of Tennessee and Chesley on the your slim If gone grit your on s t wins a pays aint in Payne of Crooked Creek visited O M Payne and Sunday Chessio Anglln has returned af ter a two weeks visit at The infant child of Mr and Mrs W O Mullins which has been very is W A attended a few last week Mrs W A visited her daughter Mrs W U Harris of Bcrea Chessio Anglin is sick Green killed a In W A Ham monds new ground the day which was five feet and ton Inches in length Mrs Easter McQueen is Lake and Kate of Berea visited Mrs J E Hum last weekC J Lake visited G T Payne Sunday Gcorgo Wyatt who has been in Ohio has returned home Mr and Mrs J S visited the lat ters mother Mrs Smith ot from Friday until Sunday Oct are now making sorghum Married on the 6th Inst Miss Lovle Hlmcs to Mr Thomas Owens Lee Abney is very sick with typhoid fever Andy at school house M Payne and John Turvey passed thru Johnetta Imrle n Berea student was hero looking after students Lily Thomas has been sick but is bet ter Purvis and family are pre paring to go to Illinois soonJ R attended the near London last J Lake of went thru hero buying Lake of Blanche has been visiting relatives LICK Paint Lick Oct 9Mr and Mrs G E were the of O L Gabbard and family den has bought John Cades farm and Mr Cade will be off for In a few daysMost everybody is done tobacco hero and it is curing up flnoR B Gabbard of lUll was the guest of his father O B Gabbard last Friday night Mrs Fannlo Anglin has return ed from an extended visit with her parents In the mountains Sunday school Is held at Wulluceton Baptist church every Sunday at 230 oclock except church days then at 1000 S Botklns and family were tho guests of Henry Botkln last SundayMADISON ma ii ILL Big Hill Oct 10The Rev J W Parsons filled his regular at Pilot Knob church and Sunday and at Pilot Knob School hohso last Fri day night night ho at Mote School house Mrs Creek more of Richmond mother of Joe I was to rest In Pilot Knob cemetery last Friday Preach ing services at Narrow Gap closed last Wednesday night with two addit- ionsi to the church Mrs Crouso of the Christian workers In the Gap services is very sick at Jerry Auut Bak er who is very sick Is being moved to Sheridan Bakers and Grant Abrams for a while Jesse Mc hone sold a cow for 30 Bornlce Robcrson spent Sunday with Stella and Peggie AbramsWork hands are scarce hero now They have all gone to tho Blue Grass region to cut corn Leon Abrams who has been visiting near Lexington for about three weeks has returned homo Wo have a sly fox in this neighborhood Mrs Julia Hayes Mrs VanWInklo and some others have been losing their chickens Willie and Lucy Hayes were In last on business Ernest Hayes who James Lane was sentenced to the penitentiary for years Jus Keep Keepin on I If day looks kinder gloomy An chances kinder t situations puzzlin An prospects awful grim An perplexities keep pressin Till all hope is nearly Jus bristle up and teeth An keep keepin on Fumin never I An frettin never There no good in broodin These pessimistic ways Smile jus kinder cheerfully When hope is nearly gone An bristle up an grit your teeth An keep on keepin on Backbone Saturday home Goochland sick improving Hammond Richmond Court days Hammond Wednesday very Maiden rattle snake other sickMrs Gertrude sister mond working Hamilton Swlnford Berea JOIINKTTA Johnetta 10Farmers busy Tho Rev Balllnger preached tho Saturday nlghto SaturdayNorman Thursday old very Tom Balllnger Association weokC Berea calvesFount GARRARD COUNTY PAINT Brockman guests SundayHar Kldd Oklahoma housing Big oclockD COUNTY appointment house Saturday preached Saturday preached Creekmore laid lone Richardsons Clnda Richmond Saturday killed twentyone the the fight Leonard Abney the other accused in tho case was cleared ESTILL COUNTY STATION CAM Station Camp Sept 2GTho Teach- ersI Association hold at this place last Saturday was attended by c largo number of teachers of the Co and many visitors from Madison Co William Wagers Mrs Laura Kelly vlsltling at Jinks will be hold at tho old ned Lick church next year Simp War ford bought a farm from Horace Kid well for Ornylor Arvlne fell i and broke two of his ribs but he it Irllfand are visiting at Mlddlefork thin week Mrs Cash Rico wab the guest of Mrs Anne Click last Tuesday Dr J F Scrlvner sold O W Arvlne a farm which Included all of formers land except about 90 acres which ho had purchased of the Capt J Wilson j farm Mrs L H Flynn and Mrs W W Henderson of Wagersvlllo are both very sick Tom DanloU of Ir vine bought a nice bunch of cattle from Stephen Daniels last week Joe Warford of Wagersvlllo who haa been afflicted with typhoid for the past six or eight weeks Is able to stir around the house a llttloAb I Cox is selling out to go to Hamilton B Kelley bought a pair of 10hIOJ from Dr J F Scrivner IAmbrose Wagers sold J P Kelley j a fine young maro for 12750 V M Collins of Irvine visited on Sta tion Camp last weekCharley Cox Sr bought a nice bunch of hogs from Charley Rico Sr of Rico Station Dr and Mrs J F Scrivner and son Robert and Mr and Mrs C H Click and son Glendon were tho guests of Mr and Mrs David New A B Eversole PresT G Lewis V Pres Strength and SecurityYiI He is intellectually strong who has made heavy deposits in the bank of memory but his copartner in strength and business is the man who keeps his money out of the insecure cracks and crevices and places it in the county bank for safekeeping Place your money with us today and let us demonstrate- our worth to yo- uHYDEN v CITIZENS BANK IIYDEN KENTUCKY IIW S Eversole Cash C W Hoskins Asst Cash I byBEREA ROLLER MILLS ANDREW ISAACS Prop ton last Sunday Robert Sparks of I Wagcrsvlllo who was bitten by a copperhead some three weeks ago had his finger amputated last weokMN L H Flynn of Wager lIIo who haJ been In III health for the last eight months died last Tuesday She was burled In the Wagersvllle cemetery OWSLEY COUNTY UlChTOWN Rlcetown Oct 10 Most all of our farmers have finished saving fodder Esq J L Gabbard was at Boone vllle Tuesday attending court Mr and Mrs Isaac Price of Buck Creek visited friends and relatives last Sun dayLogan Evorsolo who has been located In Mississippi for a few months has returned homo Logan Gabbard returned homo from Frank lin 0 a few days ago John Hack er has moved his merchandise Into the old H H Rico stand Maud Huff has been sick with tonsllltis but is improving Bollard Huff was called to Leslie County last Tuesday by the illness ot his father Nows came Friday morning that ho had died The Rev Messrs Mason and Roberts preached at Grassy Brunch last Sun day to a largo crowd Mr and Mm J L Gabbard and son Meredith of Hamilton and his wife and children are visiting relatives on Cow Creek The Rev Mr Poter of Iowa who has been preaching on Cow Creek for the past two weeks pronched at this place Friday night Isaac Gab bard and W M Mclntoh of Cow Creek were ordained as preachers last I week HARLAN COUNTY INCLINE Incline Sept 29Monroe Turner who has been at Harlan unable to return homo on account of pneumonia and typhoid fever was brought back today He seems to bo some better B Drowning who has served thr e years on the U S Army returned Tuesday but Is going back to Wash ington again In a short time to worK at time lumbering trade Harrison Lewis also returned homo from tho armyThe railroad will soon bo up to Harlan They say thuy will complete It to the mouth of Poor Fork by Christmas PUBLIC SALE OF LAND As executors of Curtis F Burnam deceased wo will offer for sale at public auction a tract of about ono hundred and eighty acres of land lo cated on tho waters of Drowning Crook in Estlll County The land is one mile from Panola a station on the L A R R and fronts tho Panola and Locust Branch road and Iurrs Mill road and Is about 13 miles from Richmond and about 9 roller from Irvine It is bounded on the North by tho lands of Robert Lakes and C C Carr on the South by J C Bongo and K Elliott an the East by BIge Cox and Thos Kindred and on tho West by Robert Lakes The sale will tako place on the premises beginning at 1100 o clock on Saturday October the 29th 1910 and possession will be given 1911Ifol lowing credits One third Jan 1 1911 one third Jan 1 1912 and one third Jan 1 1913 the two last payments to bear Interest at tho rato of six per cent per annum from Jan 1 1911 and are to be secured by lien SUCH NICE LIGHT BREAD as your heart delights in can best be baked from our Isaacs brand of flour No matter how skillful you are Isaacs flour will enable you to attain still better results If your baking has not been all that you would like try our flour You will commence doing better at once DereaI I reserved in deed Tim purchaser will bo required to give good personal Id curity for payment duo Jan 1 1911 at which tlmo deed will be made and possession given This is a good farm well watered and productive land A R T S Burnam Exi of C F Burnam PUBLIC SALE OF LAND At 10 oclock Thursday Nov 3rd 1910 I shall offer for sale on tho lire milKs near llobtown two tracts of land both well watered Tho larger consisting of 100 acres has a Rood dwelling barn etc Forty acres of this tract aro under cultivation tho I remainders in small Umber The small tract Is all under cultivation Both tracts are convlnont to schools and churches For further particulars addtcss I J It Creekmore Mote Kentucky SALESMEN WANTED to look nf i tor our interest In Madison and adjacent counties Salary or Commission Address The Victor Oil Company Cleveland Ohio SHIELD ICLOTHINC THIS urn OF QUAlITY IN nur COAT Men Of Character Men who really care about their appearance always select Shield Brand Clothing Style fit and individuality jthat1NotrightforShield Brand Suits and Overcoats stand for the best worunanihip the best fabrics producedfot 1000 the Lowest 2000 tht Highest We ate always glad to youW R ENGLE Cray Hawk Kentucky