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BEREA PUBLISHING CO INCOnrOnATED JP FAULKNLR Manager AUteredal UIC Pod ofetal 1lerea liy lit second tllm moamoller t XII Five cents a BEREA MADISON COUNTY OCTOBER Dollar a year No 17 y XX7E arc ready to showv v you the newest in Nobby Suits and Overcoats Good prac tical Clothes that are up to your expectations in I requirement FINE QUALITY Suits and High Grade HATS SHOES SHIRTS At Popular Prices ru Bet ear Wellman Over the of Early a to Visit Dolllver Diet Crisis In Great Britain Fear of Cholera Still TIlE LATEST IN AVIATION Walter Wellman with a crew of four Ji on his long talked of trip across tho Atlantic In his great dirigible ba loon Tho America The start was mado from Atlantic City early last Saturday morning and messages were i received from the wireless station on board tbo balloon up until 230 p m Sunday when over three hundred miles bad boon traversed Tho last words caught by tho wireless station I In were All Is well Goodby Tho baloon Is cigar shaped 228 foci long and a half hundred foot In diameter Beneath this hugo sack a car extending almost the full length is equipped with three powerful motors run by gasoline steering gear and all tho modern apparatus carried by modern for de termining their position at sea thWelltnan carries provisions for almost two months A lifo boat otI the most durable han tencath the craft and in case of accident when tho ship would plungo Into the water the crow expects to es cape in the boat The course pur mod by the airship Is over the track of the ocean liners and since The America carries a wireless equipment It Is hoped that they can be in with some steam ship or other tho passage Wcllman succeeds In crossing tho W ocean this will be the greatest few over by man lie has al ready been in tho air longer than any other Wellman and his crew wero rescued 300 miles east of tho Caro lina const early Tuesday morning after being In the air 72 hours They struck a gale that drove them South Their ship was lost DR NANSEN FOR Dr Nausea who came into tho limo light owing to his record run toward the north polo a few years ago in the little steamer Fram is now gain ing notice owing to his espousal of the cause of Columbus in a lecture recently delivered at ChrUtl ann The havo always claimed that America was discovered e by the Norsmcn fully five hundred before Columbus and every i boy In America knows tha story of Lief Ericsson Dr Nansen himself a Norwegian after studying tho old records states that the Norwegian claim is nothing but a fabU It goes without saying that many of Nansens are against his stand TO VISIT TilE CANAL Presi dent Taft has suddenly decided to mako a trip to the canal zone This was his Intention several months ago but tho trip had been given up owing to political and other business during the summer Now tho visit is revived and the start will be made from November 10th The Preo Continued on fifth rage j It jIhjo 91 I IFF I KY X THE CITIZEN to of IVol Mens Wear 0every lOto20FO- IL Qevoted 1UOOne Overcoats HOSIERYETC Mountain w Wn R R COYLEKentucky NEWS OF THE WEEK OceanStory Discovery FableTaft CanalSenator Constitutional MassachuctU steamships construction communication throughout III1iIt accomplished aeronaut- Later COLUMBUS considerable Norwegians 1years countrymen protesting Charleston ItIES DENTS CE- I3EREA the Interests the People SUNDAY OBSERVANOE Nota Day for License but of Worship Service RlltA Day for Strengthening Friendship fly J8 itolrtaon People are so accustomed to tako things as a matter of course that they often fall to recognize the im portance of familiar things For example Sunday comes around so reg ularly every week that few stop to think how marvelous a thing It Is that for one whole day in seven the busy world rests from tbo ordinary whirl of Industrial life aid turnitoI other things and yet with unfailing regularity this privilege comes like rain upon tho just and the unjust Tho nature and the method of keeping Sunday must always prove of living Interest to thoughtful minds No Inflexible definition or rule may be given for all men and for all times The right observance of the day for one man might bo tho wrong one for another and the best obser vance for one time might be the worst for another It Is possible then to mark out the lines along which Sunday observance may fitly go and those which it ought lok avoidSunday is not a day for license to do just as one pleases It Is not a time for mere pleasure and fun however harmless that may be The day has a character of Its own which public opinion and law as well recognizes and protects Sunday is not a day of privilege for the few at the expense of the many and It Is fit ting that an observance that deprives others of tho privilege of tho day should be avoided so far as possible It Is supremely selfish to increase the encroachments are being mado in this day of opportunity Sunday wo must recognize has come to us as a gift of religion It Is an expression of mans religious instinct banded down through tho ages As such It Is preeminently re ligious in Its nature Through the touch of tho great Teacher Sunday lost tho Irksomeness of form and cere mony which had clustered about It and became a day for the welfare of man Far reaching was this saying the Sabbath was made for man and not man for tho Sabbath Sunday Is a day for worship In the quiet of tho church amidst sur roundings that are helpful in a social fellowship that Is satisfying under influence of sermon and music tho deeper springs of the better na turo are touched and tho life Is re freshed and strengthened Never per haps In the history of tho world have the church services offered so mush for a tired hungry world as they do today But all of the day la not to bo spent in worship even by the most reverent and to some this mill make no appeal at all Sunday Is a day for service How can there bo a bettor way in which a part or the whole can bo spent than In doing acts of kindness The walk or the ride that Is needed to refresh the body and mind gains a new significance If an act of charity or kindness Is at Its end Sunday is a day of rest Sometimes when the body has been overtaxed THE FAMOUS OR THE INFAMOUS Shall the statue of Lincoln or the statue of Goebel stand in the center of the main rotunda of the new capitol at Frankfort f One would think that the great emancipator would have no competitor in his native state but the time is far distant when he will be by the prejudiced and would be aristocrats of the Blue Grass at the rating the world has given him Let a distinguished speaker from another state address an aver age central Kentucky audience and mention the name of Lincoln thinking to touch a popular chord and be will find he has reckoned unwisely His name is not a name to conjure with in tho Blooded Blue Grass No the elMS that assumes to dominate in the state has other ideals and conjures by other names It is consistent in that it would keep true to the name The Dark and Bloody Ground It is the murderer that it would give the place of honor in the states Capitol It is the machine politician the thwarter of the popular will the man who takes by means worse than theft the highest office in the stateGoebel Lincoln was assassinated so was Goebel Lincoln because he saved the Union and freed a race Goebel because he robbed the people of the right of franchise and made himself Governor of the State Lincolns cause was not popular in Kentucky in his day neither is it now but Goebels was and is and certain of the Blue Grass press would put Goebel above Lincolnenshrine Goebel in the infamyButsay No And we wait Which shall it be- BEAM AND MOTE duringthoFalls City is much cheaper than property Kentucky metropolis in far worse than the of whose crimes tho papers are wont to tell in glowing headlines eyesExchangeWell said and better since it is not a quotation from a mountain paper There is an old adage which says that those who live in glass houses ought not to indulge ia stone throwing Louisville papers are not the only ones that dilate on the criminality of the beginstotion A number of years ago the principal of a mountain school employed an Ohio lady to teach in ono of his departments the following year A short time before she was to leave home a feud broko out in a county adjoining the one where the school is located and the papers of the country were filled with the gruesome details of the followinginquiryDo you really think it would be safe for me to come to the mountains at this Imef reassuringYou in the Kentucky mountains alone any night than you would be on Fourth Street in Cincinnati y The lady went to the mountains and held the position for a year and returned to her homo without seeing a saloon a drunken man or anyone she was at all afraid would molest her But this should not be taken as an effort to minify or condone the crimes committed in the mountains It is not It is only an ap peal for fair dealing Life is cheap among us entirely too cheap and no amount of criminality in Louisville or elsewhere can justify it We are free from certain heinous forms of crime and set the world a goodex ample in some very desirable moral qualities but we ought not to do it only In some but in all It is our shame that we do not Let it be the ambition of every one who reads this to forestall criticism by living such a life that the things now said about us will be shown to be false pr the nerves are racked it is a day for Bleep and relaxation Always it is a day for that rest which comes from change of occupation For those who are shut up in offices and stores during the week sitting at desks Sunday Is a time to stand er ect to breath the pure air and to rejoice in the great out tdoors Tho observance of Sunday that leads one to begin tho work on Monday un refreshed falls of ono opportunity of tho day Sunday is a day to Indulge the tal ent that has to Ho dormant during tho week in so many cases because of pressing though necessary labor on farm and in factory For the man of artistic taste it is a chance to carve or to model or to sketch for the lover of music it Is a time for playing tho violin or tho organ For tho lover of nature It is a day for observation In forest and in men dow the wonders of Gods handiworkI For tho man of studious a chance for reading and reflection For tho born teacher whom destiny has assigned to other tasks It Is in opportunity to gather a group of boys or girls and to give thorn a happy time as well as gain It himself Sunday Is a day for the develop ment of tho homo life It is often tho only tlmo that a man can really como to know his own On this day he can enjoy his homo can play with his children can get that Influence over them that is lasting can walk in garden and lay plans for the betterment of the home which Is hIs castleSunday is a day for the strength ening of friendship Few things add more to value of life than friend ship on this day there is tlmo for conversing with those who are near or t f writing letters to those who are distantIs not a great day Something for alt to do that will make life more worth while The happiest and most delightful day of all tho week z TO THE CITIZEN Clarence Ky Oct 10 1910 Dear Editor For several days I have been watch- Ing and waiting for an opportntty to write to The Citizen and It has come at last In the first place I want to say that I am seldom better satisfied than when I am reading The Citizen I am becoming more and more convinced that your paper Is ono of the greatest In the state in elevating rural life And yet it Is only ono of the factors through which Borca College is doing a great workOn account of my eyes I was forced to give up school this Fall and am unable to bo In school at Berea but I have never lost sight of the I fact that Baron is tho only place for orphan boys or girls like myself to find Inspiration to do something and to bo something in this world I want to thank the Normal Dept teachers for what they havo done for- ma and are doing for others I want to especially thank my beloved Sunday School teacher for the prac tical things of life he taught in connection with the assigned lesson AnJ last of all but not least I want to thank Pros Frost for what I vn getting from tbo Nail and Hammer Sermons s I deslro your prayers that I may be able to reach the height of my ambition viz To teach boys and girls With best wishes I beg to remalu yours for better schools and bettor equipped teachers McGarvey E Colson I SEE FOR YOURSELF You dont need that we write to you See our tho date your subscription will expire or did explro on the top let hand margin front page or on the wrapper A BANK FOR- EVERYBODY TI HIS BANK is not for the rich a lone it is sincerely interested in the welfare of every man wo man boy and girl in Berea and vicinity and for that reason ac a cepts small as well as large deposits If you have only 100 with which to open an account you will be as cordially wcltcomed at the Berea Bank CB Trust Co as though you had thousands Moreover b you are entitled to the advice of our offi I cers upon any business or financial matters 4re paid savings accounts in any sum down to 100 checking accounts in any amount BEREA BNK AND TRUST COMPANY W H THE POT BOILS Democrats Not So JubilantCondI tions Reversed The Question Outlook in New York Indiana Ohio New Jerseys Democratic incur gents Victory Waning Hope If hope deferred maketh the heart sick what must be the condition of the heart when hope Is lost The latter would seem to be almost the condition of the Democratic party at the present time The election In Maine gave courage and revived the hopes but six weeks have shown that the result In Maine was more bench cal to the Republicans than to the Democrats Battle Is On However It may be said at last that the pot bolls or using more warlike phraseology the battle is on and New York Is the great field the contest Is to be or lost and the Indications are that It Is losthopelessly lost so fUr as the Democrats are concerned Conditions Reversed- In tho beginning of the strugglo It was the Republican party that was i divided As the contest close there is a united RepublicanIsmj and a divided Democracy It was ting that the Insurgent storm cyI clonic as It has proved to be have originated and gained force and vitality in tho great middle west preparatory to sweeping everything be fore it in Now York As time and again predicted In The Citizen It is Insurgency that has saved the Repub lican party Insurgency led by Mr Roosevelt capturing the Saratoga Convention and forcing upon tho the conviction that the party InsurgentGround Fear It Is Roosevelt it Is the Saratoga Convention It Is the Insurgent platform it la Henry L Stlmson that is i making the Democratic heart sick It Is boss Murphy It is tho Roches ter Convention it Is the want of a platform it is John A Dlx and his thorn In the flesh William Randolph Hearst that has blasted all hope The Question- It is a straight out and out choice between following a leader and be ing driven by a boss It is the question whether tho people shall rule or whether Wall Street and the trusts through their tool Tammany Hall shall rule IMr Stlmson has fought the trusts is a friend of the people has a personality the people know whero he stands Mr Dlx I tool of theIs a machine politician a Interests tho servant of Tammany Hall hardly possessing his own soul He does not know where ho stands but the people do And then there Is with his paper and his mil badIatJtlmson Dlx hates them so bitterly that he says Roosevelt Is not the issue that he endorses Roosevelt and Insurgency- In preference to Tammany and Tarn Continued an filth page I Knowledge Is powerand the way to keep up with modern knowledge is to read a good newspaper copy KENTUCKY 20 II which the recognized his the Bookkeeping on accepted PORTER President where won administration IN OUB OWN STATE Out of the RaceTo Pierce the MountainsNew Racing Records Politics in the 6th Better Pay on L N MRS BEAUCHAMP LOSES OUT t Some weeks ago Mrs Beauchamp an nounced her candidacy for congress In the 7th district opposing both Mr Cantrlll and Mr Rankin Mrs Beau champ not being a party candidate had to risk getting her name on the ballot by petition but a petition ac cording to law has to be tiled ri6C more than sixty nor less than thirty days before the election Mrs Beau= champ failed to get her petition in at the proper time and so Is debarred from making the race L E EXTENSION The L E railroad which now runsfrom Lex ington to Jackson is to bo extended through the mountains to the C O railroad in Virginia The right of way has already been purchased from Jackson to Hazard Perry Co along tho north fork of the Kentucky River and agents of the company are now buying the right of way from Hazard by way of Whltesburg over the Virginia line The people along tho proposed road as well as the mountain people in general In that district are anxious for tho road and so sold their lands at reasonable rates The work of grading is to be begun before the end of October RACING RECORD SMASHED At the meeting of the Kentucky Trot ting Horse Breeders Association in Lexington last week Native Belle set a new record for three year old trot ting fillies making a mile In 206 12 The lowest previous record of 207 was made at Lexington in 1908 by Leading Lady The third record was made by a pacer Earl Junior the time being 205 In a three quarters neeMOONSHINE RAID Six moon shiners were brought into London the 15th by United States Deputy Mar shal George Thomson and Deputy Collector M G Hlgnlght The two stills where the shiners operated wero located near Oneida Clay Co They were destroyed by the officers The captives were placed In the Lon don Jail and await an examining trial by tho commissioner BRADLEY TO TIlE RESCUE The nonpartlslan Judiciary ticket headed by Robert Worth Bingham In Louisville Is to be supported by Sen ator W O Bradley He will bo the chief speaker at a meeting at Phoenix Hill October 25th It will be remembered that Mr Bingham IIa democrat and was appointed Mayor of Louisville by Governor Beckham when tho city election was declared void some years ago He is the non partisan nominee for the Appelate Court and has been endorsed by the Republican party Judge Wheeler Mc Gee Is the nominee of the same tomes for congress In that tho Cth districtDETER PAY FOR L N EM PLOYEESA now scale of wages by agreement of the order of rail Continued ou Fourth Page J rlr a p Page Two THE CITIZEN IThe Citizen ft family newspaper for all that is right true and interesting Published every Thnrtdiy it JIm Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated J P Faulkner Editor and Manager Subscription Rates PAYABLE IN ADVANCE One Ynrireo-ait Month b Three Months aid Send money b Portoffice or Express Money Order Drmft Registered Letter or one sad two cent stamps The Ute liter Dime on libel shows to hit date subscription is paid If It U not aotUyl1l chinced wlltln three weeks alter renewal Ululn r Duwm be gladly supplied U we ere BotiBtd I Tins prtralmi ehup with new tnbicrlrtloni end prompt rene II Send for Prsmlom LUt Liberal terms given to my who obtain new b for us one lendlD ui four subsedplionacanredevtTbeCitueafreefarblmeelf Adrertidnr rites on UIUIEB OF KBNTCCEY PRESS ASSOCIATION There Is no truth In the rumor that the backbone of winter has been mended nose Zeppelin airships have to be bandied more delicately than a pet rhinoceros Air sickness Is an affliction that has come with the flying machine Stand tram under That celebrated expert the katydid was not so far off In Its longdistance weather prediction There is to be an eclipse of the moon In November And undoubtedly ethers not of the moon People have such a habit of crowd Ing around a brokendown automobile as If they were glad of it An Ohio judge has ruled that a pret eel Is not a dangerous weapon Now for a judicial opinion concerning wien- erwurst The summer Is about over We notice that the society column says has returned oftener than has sailed nowadays A Washington girl strangled a mad dog with her bare hands What couldnt she have done with the gloves on- Heavy hogs are slow and weak trays a market report but common ex perience proves that sometimes they dont act that way King George wants all the British army officers to wear mustaches which is one way of getting soldiers with stiff upper lips A New York man committed suicide for the purpose of giving his wife a chance to get a better husband She will not have to look far The kaiser has a new palace ma king 51 In alL Private millionaires even in America havo their work cut out for them If they mean to travel at that pace A man has been found starving himself because he feared the end of the world was at hand There must be such a thing as the rash bravery of cowardice A New York woman declares that an income Is like a reputation it must be lived up to That Is true but It makes some difference as to how one lives up to ItINew Jersey has a college graduate 100 years old Maybe he can tell us who originated that modern jest of leading the college presidents cow to the top floor of the dormitory A London newspaper announces that Swifts idea of wit was all wrong Next thing London will probably Inform us that Shakespeare didnt know anything about writing plays A man who has become Involved In trouble because he married three women in three months sets up the claim that he is insane Some married men are mean enough to believe him A lawyer in Chicago has figured that the Fourth of July really comes on August 4 If he wants to do something really worth while let him figure that moving day comes oji February 30 Firemen In New Hampshire prevented a suicide by playing the hfe on a man determined to cut hla throat There Is nothing like cold water to bring emotionalism of any kjpd down to a commonsense basis While people over here have been sizzling in the heat France has been Buffering from thunder storms gales and unseasonably cold weather In the village of Bonnevllle near 8t Etfenne the local postman who goes his rounds In a blouse and carries an umbrella was caught by the gae the other day and blown nearly half a mile He came safely to earth again but he lost all his letters That ought to cure him of the umbrella habit I WRECK KILLS FIVE SCORE HURT IN CRASH ON GRAND RAPIDS AND IN DIANA ROAD ACCIDENT IS DUE TO FOG Freight and Work Train Collide Trainmen Escape 43 Persons In jured on Frisco Road In Oklahoma Cars Go Through Bridge Portland IndFlTe laborers were Instantly killed and more than a score were Injured several seriously when a northbound extra freight train on the Grand Rapids k Indiana railroad crashed headon Into a work train seven and a half miles south of here FridayAll were caught between fiat cars on which they were riding and pulled under the wreckage of the engine where their bodies were terribly mu tilated The head of Mllutln Tom c was torn completely off while Homlc Mandie was completely disemboweled and his right leg cut off A special train run to the wreck carried physicians rho dressed tem porarily the wounds of the injured and brought a dozen of the worst hurt to the hospital here The two trains met In a stretch of straight track In the fog the engine men being unable to see one another until the trains were within fifty feet of each other All jumped and es caped injury The track where the wreck occurred was being repaired by the men killed and both trains were running but ten miles per hour Fort Smith Ark Fortythree persons were Injured 13 seriously when St Louis and San Francisco passen ger train No 6 went through a bridge one mile west of Compton Okla Thursday night The train left St Louis at 925 oclock Wednesday night for Paris Tex The injured were brought to Fort Smith and the 13 who were seriously hurt are in local hospitals The wreck occurred on a short curve in the Winding Stair mountains while the train was pass- Ing over a small bridge No cause has been assigned The mall car broke through the bridge The chair car landed In the bottom of tho creek the smoker was thrown crosswise on the right of way while the diner stood on end In the creek Five cars were piled up and the fact that there was no toss of life was probably due to the fact that the cars were made of steeLI HUNDREDS LOST IN STORM Terrific Gale Sweeps Over Baltic and English Coasts CausIng Many Shipwrecks St PetersburgA hurricane swept the eastern coast of the Baltic sea Friday causing many wrecks and the loss of hundreds of lives among the sailorsThree sailing vessels foundered off the Gulf of Riga Some of their men were rescued The tide cast up quan tities of wreckage including Umber naphtha cans and boxes of merchan dice At Mitau the wind tore down whole rows of houses trees and all telegraph wires Saint Nazalre FranceThe French steamer Vllle de Rbchefort was wrecked off Noirmoutlers Islands Fri day The British steamer Peverill picked up the first and second mates and the chief steward of the French craft but the 23 others of her crew are supposed to have been lost The Peverill put in here LondonThe English coast was strewn with wreckage Friday from a storm that has continued for two days The casualty list is already re ported as a long one CAR HITS AUTO FOUR DEAD Manager anr Three Employee of Ohio Pottery Concern Are Killed Another Fatally Hurt Toledo O Charles Albright forty manager of the Sebring Bros pottery at Sebring 0 and three employes of the firm who were with him were all Instantly killed Friday when a Stark Electric company freight car hit their auto a mile and a half east of SebringThe struck the auto squarely In the center and threw tho occupants 30 feet in the air The other three men killed besides Albright were George Frederick and Joseph Sme decker traveling salesman for the pottery company and John Derby a workman The fifth member of the party was seriously injured The auto was completely demolished Al bright who was the owner and driver of the machine was hard of hearing and drove squarely in the path of the oncoming car before any of the oc cupauta noticed Its approach Albright who was the driver of the machine was hard of hearing and drove squarely Jn the path of the car Suspected Ship Is Released Baltimore MdThe steamer Ores lau from Bremerhaven held at quay antine since Wednesday with 1100 passengers and the crew aboard was released Friday the authorities haying found no cholera on board May Send Charlton Back New YorkPorter Charlton con fessed murderer of his wife Mrs Mary Scott Castle Charlton was Fri day ordered turned over to the fod eral authorities in proceedings for hit extradition to ItalY I EVEN THE CONSUM ER IS OPTIMISTIC BIG CUSTOMS FRAUD MEMBERS OF NEW YORK ART FIRM HELD FOR SWINDLING UNITED STATES STORE RAIDED GOODS SEIZED Alleged Government Has Been for Years Systematically Cheated Out of Millions by Importing Concern Millionaires Among Customers New YorkCharged with systematically swindling the United States out of millions of dollars of customs du ties Benjamin J Duveen one of the resident managers of Duveen Broth ers No 302 ruth avenue the greatest art dealers and Importers In the United States was arrested Thurs day on a bench warrant by federal omcers Other members of the firm are also involved henry Duveen his uncle was arrested upon his arrival in New York on the Cunarder Lusitania Duveen was released on ball of 50000 for examination before United States Com missioner Shields United States Dis trict Attorney Wise and Assistant Dis trict Attorney Wemplo asked that the prisoners ball be fixed a 100000 declaring that the frauds of which the wealth art dearer is accused had been systematically practised for a long period of years and that the results of their operations in cheating the government were appalling Duveen Brothers for many years have numbered among their custom ers nearly all the millionaire art col lectors in the United States The firm was established In New Yom 32 years ago The parent houses are in London and Paris Joel J Duveen who established the house in New York died only two years ago white visiting Paris Scarcely a big man sion In Fifth avenue Is without some work of art brought to the United States by the New York house Among their largest and bestknown custom ers are J Plerpont Morgan Otto IL Kahn and Mrs Collls Huntington They make a specialty of antiques Other members of the firm whose names were Included in the warrant of arrest are Joel J Jr Joseph A and Lour J The arrest of Benjamin Duveen was made after a sensational raid of the famous store by six United States officers Hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of art works were seized and carted off to the custom house where they will be kept until the case is finally disposed of SMASH 3 WORLDS RECORDS The Harvester Aileen Wilson and Joan Trot Sensational Races at Lexington Track Lexington Ky Three worlds records were smashed at the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders association fall meeting here Thursday The liar vester driven by the veteran reins man Ed Jeers lowered the worlds twomile record held by Cresceus from 417 to 4154 trotting the last quarter in the sensational time of 31see ondsAileen Wilson 202 a black mare by Arrow Wood owned by John W Coakley Boston set a new record for pacing mares to wagon negotiating the distance in 204Th In the Walnut Hall faun cup race tho touryearold bay mare Joan by Dlrectum Spier trotted the first heat in 205 setting a new record for the race and the third heat of the same event she trot ted the mile in 20436 making a norlds record for a fouryearold of any sex Pumpkins Cause a Murder Lewlstown lI1ln a dispute over a load of pumpkins in Woodland township this county John J Horton shot and instantly killed his neighbor Adam Vance Horton was sent to Jail Mexican War Veteran Dies Marion 111 James Reed aged eigh tysix years died at his home in Ma 1 non Mr Reed was a member of Captain Cunningham company In the First Illinois regiment In the Mexican I war CENT POSTAGE NOW PROBABLE POSTMASTER GENERAL SHOWS RATE REDUCTION POSSIBLE Says It Will Be Accomplished Without Curtailing Service In the Slightest Washington Oct 13That the post oOce department will soon bo selfsus taming and that penny postage for firstclass letters Is a probability of the near future are statements made by Postmaster General Hitchcock Before the dose of another fiscal year the federal postal establishment will become selfsustaining This will be accomplished without curtailing In the slightest the service rendered or lessening In any respect its efflclen cyThis was tho stateme made by the postmaster general In connection with the announcement that ho had submit ted to the treasury department five days in advance of the time fixed by law his estimates of appropriations for the post offlco department and the postal service during the fiscal year beginning on July L In private conversation heretofore Mr Hitchcock has Indicated his belief that it slay be possible within a year or two through tho operation of plans he had worked out to place the postal service on a paying basisiDOLLIVERS HEART AFFECTED Physicians Order Iowa Senator to Take Complete Rest Condition Serious But Not Critical Fort Dodge la Physicians at tending Senator Jonathan P Dot liver who is confined to his bed gave out a statement that his condition was due to stomach trouble which had affected his heart It was admitted that his condition Is serious Even his Intimate friends are excluded from the sick room While his condition is not now regarded as critical his physicians hue ordered a complete rest to prevent a general physical collapse which threatens as a result of his arduous work during the last session of con gress FUGITIVE BANKER IS CAUGHT Defaulting President of Brownstown Ind Qank Now Defunct In Jail In Oklahoma Brownstown Ind Word has been received here that Hugh A Burrell the defaulting president of the Peoples State bank which failed here In August 1907 has been captured and is now In jail at Oklahoma City Okla The bank was one of the strongest in the county and had deposits of over 300000 Burrell was charged with being a forger and a gambler and heavy loser In bucket shops The bank never resumed business LA FOLLETTES GAIN IS RAPID Senator Is Well on Rod to Recov eryMay Leave Hospital In a Week Rochester Minn Senator Robert M La Follette is well on the road to rapid recovery his condition being the best It has been at any time since his operation The drain ago tube which has bothered him some was removed and there is noth ing to impede the healing of the wound Mrs La Follette stated that she thought it would be a week be fore the senator would leave the hos pital Ship Sinks Seven Drowned Cuxhaven Germany The fishing steamer Senator Uolthufen collided with and sank the Swedish bark Diana Thursday Seven of the Dianas crew were drowned The survivors were brought here by tho steamer Admiral Out for Office Farmington ConnRear Admiral W S Cowles retired brotherinlaw of former President Roosevelt was nominated Thursday by the Repub Means for representative from this town In the general assembly ILlMftN IN FLIGHT HUGE DIRIGIBLE STARTS FROM ATLANTIC CITYIS OFF FOR EUROPE CARRIES CREW OF SIX MEN Airship Is Equipped With Wireless Speed of 26 Miles an Hour to Be MaIntaInedLarge Supply of Provisions Are Taken Along Atlantic City X J Oct 17A mea sage received hero brought the news from Wellman that the start has been made for Europe The America U making 20 knots an hour Wellman announces with the course laid east by northeast All well on board Fog lifting and every bit of machinery working smoothly says the message The first message from Wellman and his crew to the local men who backed his enterprise was directed to Joseph W Salus president of the local syndicate which has supported the project It says All did nobly We are doing our best to repay your loyal support WELLMAN Wireless Operator Miller spoke to the America through a vessel between the airship and tho shore While the message was not entirely plain its purpose was that Wellman and his crew had decided to make the daring attempt to roach Europe We are beaded duo northeast but have taken no observations and will not know our exact location until noon it read Tho America wireless apparatus has a radius of about 100 miles Parting Cheer by 1000 People As the balloon went into the air n parting cheer was given by about 1000 people whose faith in tho Well Walter Wellman man enterprise had stood out against the attacks of those who declared that ho never would take the America off the ground The flyers waved goodby and floated away Dense fog without wind made the conditions perfect and the balloon was out of sight almost Immediately The last report of the America and Its crew was made by a volunteer crow of the yacht Olive belonging to Cot Thomas Potter of Philadelphia which guided the balloon out of the Inlet To Follow Track of Liners Mr Wellman said before starting he did not know whether only a teat would be mado or whether the trip to Europe would be started at once ItI depended on how he found things when bo got Into the air Ho asserted when he left here It was his Intention to go north following the New Jersey coast as far as New York It bo found the airship working to his sat isfaction and conditions remained fa vorable ho Intended to follow the route of steamships up to Nantucket and then turn east and follow the tracks of the transAtlantic liners across the ocean lie expected to make every effort to keep In the steamship tracks co that If he net with an accident he would be close to steamers with wireless apparatus with which the airship Is equipped and could be rescued quickly Beautiful Sight at Start Dy means of a rope Colonel Potters small motor yacht towed the airship the few hundred feet necessary to reach the waters edge and when the boat cut loose the monster balloon floated In the air like a bird Those gathered to witness the start declare lie sight was beautiful Every con dlllon was perfect for ballooning There are six men on the airship and they are carrying provisions mostly of the canned variety sum clent to last a month The only means of cooking Is a small oil stove but this Mr WeJraan said will be all they require Each man Is provided with two uniforms the one of khaki he wore when the airship started and a much heavier one for use In extra ordinarily cold weather The crew aboard the America when she left the ground Included Walter Wellman Melvin Vanlman chief engineer F Murry Simons navigator of the expeditionJ wireless operator In charge of the Americas system Albert Louis Loud assistant neerI SHATTER SOME OLD THEORIES Investigations Carried on In England Tend to Show Environment Counts Most Attention Is directed by tho Medical Record to the Interesting and decided ly surprising results of on Investigation recently made In England with the purpose of determining the physical and mental effects on children of alcoholism In parents It has hitherto been hold as Indisputably true and of common knowledge that those ef fects are many and seriousthat the drunkards child has nothing like a fair start In life and is if not sure at least very likely to be a weakling In both mind and body An examina tion by careful scientists of 2000 chil dren in Manchester and Edinburgh where If anywhere tho consequences of alcoholism could be found dlscred Its this old assumption The parents of half these children were sober people and of half either tho father or mother or both habitu ally drank to excess The conclu sions reached were That tho death rate among the children of alcoholic t parents was slightly greater than among the others the difference being most notable when tho mother was in temperate that the children of the sober were a little heavier that tho health of tho two classes was about tho same that parental alcoholism Is not the cause of mental defect In offspring and affects Intelligence very slightly If at all and that for some Inexplicable reason the eyesight of the alcoholics was somewhat the bet ter Nothing was decided as to tho existence of a predisposition toward drunk enness in the children of drunkards but It was shown tho Investigators think that what little superiority WaA found In the children of the sober was duo not to the abstinence of the par ents from intoxicants but to the bet ter care and training which their chil dren naturally received In other words In this case as In so many If not all others It is early environment rather than heredity that counts and there Is no more of a prenatal doom for the drunkards child than for that of tho consumptive The temperance advocates will not welcome these conclusions and they can say fairly enough that the inves tigation was not broad enough to be decisive They may even question tho wisdom of publishing such statements even If true Tho truth however U I never dangerous while falsehood and inaccuracy always are Experience I has shown that the restraints of the old belief are ineffectual and any lightening of the dark cloud of hope less heredity exploited by Zola and Ibten Is certainly to be desired as tending to strengthen the sense of personal responsibility and to inspire ambition and effort DRINKING HABITS OF WOMEN Perturbed Physical Conditions Giver j as Main Cluaelta Results Are Dreadful Inebriety from a fondness for alcohol for Its own sake vlcloua Indul gence Is far less frequent In women than In men and It Is well that it Is so Drunkenness Is bad enough In a man but In a woman It la even more pitiable and It it be possible moro farreaching and more dreadful In Its results With women It would we think be safe to say that the origin of the drink habit lies In perturbed physical conditions in fact that It J a a disease and not a mere moral obli quity as many would have us believe The consequences of alcoholism In wo men are not so quickly evident as in men In the earlier stages of In ebriety in those cases in which there is power of volition a peculiar shrink ing from publicity protects somo woo men against the symptoms noted among men at a like period Two causes may bo given for the lapse of women into Inebriety First la the nervous condition due to lack of nu trition and the wear and worry of do meets life and the demands of so ciety an exhaustion for which relief Is mistakenly sought In the transient i aid of alcohol secondly the pain and unrest incident to disorders of their sex for which solace Is sought in the anaesthetic and paralyzing effects of alcohol In tho first place the woman who flies to drink must be unaware or unmindful of the fact that Its taking Involves a great risk of creating a morbid condition that often finds expression In constant Inebriety In tho second case tho socalled solace with startling and sorrowful frequency ends In confirmed alcoholism Health Culture i The Laboring Mans Curse manistotheor sickness or death thanthecoldtoClodItwrecked more lives than any other earthear4Inal Ui THE CITIZEN Page Three rIThe Upper Louisville and Nashville Turn pike Road Again Traveled By Tourists c From All Parts of lhe UniODIBy JOHN J Now Haven Ky plow mdny points of interest ono passes In life unnoticed is fittingly Illustrat ed by tho ever in creasing number of touring cars filled with eager sight seers that pass by this section of Ken lucky every day down tho old Louis vlllo and Nashville turnpike en routo to Lincoln farm Mammoth cave and the Sotfih When tho pioneer settled in this lo cality over a hundred years ago ho found tho trail existed then and had been used by the Indians In their wan derings Then camo a crude country road over which Thomas Lincoln tho father of President Lincoln was over I Li tMi BniMioi PmMnt I ceer of a part of It Later something bettor was demanded and the srtato county and people built at an enor mous expense a great thor oughSiro that connected Louisville Ky and Nafchvtllc Tenn Tho right of way at r 60 feet was scoured for 30 feet of ma t cadam and 30 feet for a summer road way by tho side A grade of 4 per cent TTOJI maintained notwithstanding tho tugged country through which it tra versed und the fact that at ono place t a 400 foot ascent was required and thence a descent again to the original level Famous Jn Stage Coach Days In the old stage coach days before tho war it became famous not only r for tho beauty of the scenery but for tho speed that was made Tho time between the two cities Louisville and Naiihvlllo being only 17 hours a dis tanco of 193 miles Too travel be camo very heavy and many wagon trcina stopped at tho various tollgateo to pay their tribute This trade the proposition to others 2 look food wino thought that the stockholders wore coining money and soon a competing turnpike was built between tho two main itints by tho way of Ellzabethtown and Bowllns ti Green which become known as the lower Nashville i lkc whllo this one l through Now Haven and Glasgow be caino known as tho upper Had General Bucll known tho dif ference butween the upper and low or Nadhvlllo pike or that there wore l Ellzabethtown ICyn R Woodring aged 63 years a wellknown man of this city died from a complication of diseases Ho was 1 farmer of tho county until a few years ago when he disposed of the farm and moved to this city His wlfo preceded him to the grave only a tow years ago Leltchfleld KyJohn Samuels died suddenly at Lebanon Junction Mr Samuels lived near here and had gone to Lebanon Junction to attend tho fu neral of his brother Will Samuels who died from a stroke of paralysis The Abandoned Through Route to the Central South A favored way of tho auto sightseersIRich in Lincoln reminiscences and other points of InterestJ two pikes of tho same name tho bat tlo of Perrrvlllo would hare been fought at some other point Turnpike Divided the Armies When Qcnoral Bragg and his army started to invade Kentucky they on tored over the upper and marched through to Bardstown whore they turned toward the central part of tho otalc Buelt in following took the lower pike and each days march throw thorn wider apart so that they did not meet until weeks afterward but that is another story In tho meantime tho Louisville Nashville railroad was toeing hulk right between each pike and parallel- Ing both Then came tno war with devastation Bridges wore burned and when repairs in the road were needed there was no ono to make them Tlmo and neglect did tho rest so that today through LaRuo Hart Rhseyhhand Barren counties nil that remainsI of tho great highway is the summer road at tho side of the usolcsa ma cadamized way The flail courts of tho counties just mentioned have given the right of way over the macadamized part to a mltlondollar corporation who propose tocotmoot Glasgow and Now with an electric line using the waters of Green river to generate the powerWhile tho pike In many places has been abandoned In other places it is in fine condition especially is it true south of Louisville where it will com pare with any road throughout the country This highway was a part of the Glidden automobile tour for 1910 Tills route is tho favored ono of Thatcher tbo good roads apostle for his proposed national boulevard from the Great Lakes to the gulf Ono of tho prettiest sights along I curledw I tho whole route Is the village ot New Haven nestling at tho foot ot Hul drauph hill and on tho banks of tho Rolling Fork river It lies on the breast of a rich agricultural valley Tho pretty homes are well shaded and concrete walks and electric lights speak for tho enterprising citizens volumes It boasts of St CathcrlnoH church a diminutive St Peters and claims it to be tho finest for a ama1 town in the United States The local newspaper the Now Ha von Echo has an enviable reputation Right on the pike ono mile south of New Haven Is the old boat landing BRICKLAYER DROPS DEAD Covington Ky While at work on the root of a louse at 121 East Robin street Charles Trautz aged 73 years a bricklayer suddenly throw up his hands and dropped dead Other work men on the building wore horrified to see his body rolling down the slanting root and finally lodge against the chim ney The body was lowered from the roof and removed to his home 14 Faust Eleventh street where Coroner Wise held an Inquest and returned a verdict of death from heart trouble near tho liouth of Knob creek and from this point Abraham Lincoln floated down tho Rolling Fork 03 a boy in a flatboat to Indiana never to return to this section The Former Home of Lincoln One milo further on is Atherton yule where more find whiskey is made than at any other point in the coun try Hero is found the old school house In which Ambrose Illney the Irish schoolmaster taught little Abe his a b CSII Tho late Rev John B Hutohlns who was a schoolmate of the martyred president in speak ing to tho writer told tho following story Lincoln parents were very poor and Abe did not have a hat to wear to school Ono custom of Prof Rlneys was to teach the boys politeness and ho required each boy to come in front of him with their hat on and remove tt making a profound bow When it camo to Abes turn being hatless he had to borrow one from his follow mates in order to make hb bow A short distance south is the hole in Knob creek where Lincoln nearly drowned and was saved from a watery gravo by his boyhood companion tho lato Austin Gollehor Two miles on stood the only home in Kentucky that Lincoln ever remem tiered It was destroyed by the souvenir fiend This souvenir fad began In war time when it was believed that this was his birthplace and has been kept up until the last vestige of it has disappeared Now Muldraugh Hill is reached Hero a fourmile climb begins and a 400 foot ascent is made but it is so gradual and reminds one of the fa mous Ouray toll road of Colorado When once on top you are on a table land that extends from tho Cumberland mountains on your left to tho Ohio river pn your right The descent Is not made until you reach near Gal latin Tenn Hero either side of tho theNelsonof Federal soldiers died from the ef toots ot measles and other diseases Four more miles and we are at Buffalo where a detour of four miles takes you to Lincoln farm his birth- Place Hero stands the memorial building erected by volunteer contri buttons and width President Taft is expected to dedicate in the near fu ture RENEW PRISON CONTRACT Hoge Montgomery Company to Work 650 Convicts for Four Years Frankfort KyAt tho regular monthly meeting of the prison commission hero recently tho HoseMont gomery Co which now has tho con tract fur working CliO convicts renewed their contract for four years from January 1 Tho company pays 85 rents a man a day which Is tho high est amount paid labor by any company in this country Tho company had tho contract for four years with the privilege of re nowal and the company has exercised Us option and will work the 650 mentor another four years Tho company Is to get an Additional 150 nveifuflder the now contract TO ABOLISH WHIPPING Lexington Ky Although the city school boardat its meeting sustained Principal W F Do Moss of tho John son school charged with severely whipping Herman Atlender a 9year uld pupil tho board showed a dispo sition to abolish whipping in the pub lie schools and upon recommendation of Superintendent M A Cassidy tho following amendment to the school rules was offered and will probably be adopted at the end of tho 30 days for which It is required to lie over That corporal punishment shall in no case bo Inflicted upon a pupil until tho principal has consulted with tho parents of the offender and then If It seems the only means of reforming the child It Bhalf be either admlnls stored by tho parents or the princi pal and always in the principals office Glasgow Ky According to a report the band of thieves who have been operating along the L N railroad for a number ot years are again busy Several residences along and near tho railroad have been robbed recently The residence of Louis SIdebottom near Uno Hart county was robbed entrance being gained through a win dow The thieves got away with two Hold watches It ring belonging to Mrs SIdebottom and broke open a small childs bank Inez Ky News reached hero of tho killing of Isaac Banister formerly ot Inez but who for the past few years has been working In tho West Vir ginia coal fields Banister who leaves a wife and five children had just moved his family to Van Lear John son county and had not been In thn mines at that point moro than an hour when a piece of slato weighing over 1000 pounds fell on him crushing him Glasgow Ky Robert Bethel an aged colored man was found dead In n field near his homo at Cave City Tho aged man who was quite feeble left his home In tin night It IB sup posed that he been ne demented and wandered around until ho fell exhaust ed and was hilled to death Glasgow lyA large barn belong ing to T C Ferguson was burned hers The fire Is believed to have been In cendiary na tioro hail been no ono about the stable Mr Ferguson and his son being away tram homo The loss Is 000 with n sra ll Insurance r SENATOR DOLLIVER DIES While Physician Is Examining His Heart Passes Quietly and With out a Struggle JONATHAN P DOLLIVER Ft Dodge lo Senator Jonathan P Dolllvcr died at his residence while ono of his attending physicians was examining the distinguished states mans heart with a stethoscope Ills death followed an acuto attack of stomach trouble which affected the heart Ills death was directly duo to dilation of tho heart- I am really feeling better than at any time since my recent illness he said But I suppose tho wolves will bo sot howling about my successor and the senator laughed Ho had frequently expressed in a humorous manner his opinion of having tho people picking his successor while he was ret alive While tho physician was counting tho beat of the senators heart aloud ho was frequently interrupted by Sen ator Dolllver that he was unablo to bear his own heart When tho physician had counted Id beats ho informed tho senator Thats good replied Mr Dolllver Tho most I have been able to count was seven Tho physician continued tho exam ination and suddenly noticed that the heart beats had ceased Ho shook his stethoscope ibellevlng that it was de fective in somo way Again applying Ills instrument ho discovered that the heart had ceased beating entirely Upon looking Into the senators face ho discovered that death had overtaken him He died without a strug gle and without pain- 8QUANDERED BIG LEGACIES And Gerke Now Meditates In a Cell How He Will Spend Another Fortune Due Him St Louis The prospect of inherit slag a third fortune to take the place of the two which he already has squandered in the last six months was about the only silver lining which Fred Gerke of St Louis could find in his cloud As bo paced up and down tho floor of his cell after his arrest at his wifes request puffing nervously at a choice Havana he was most emphatic in condemning his own folly which in the form of a two days stay and champagne celebration had eaten up all but a few dollars of the 3000 In heritance which came to him Did you have a good tlmo he was asked Yes I had too good a time ho replied with a deep sIgh Last spring ho received 2200 but treated himself rather stingily with that money and It lasted him for more than a month OH YOU KID Atlanta Ga Because ho cried Oh You Kid to Mrs G H Lambert young wife of a prominent business man N H Bassott official of the At lanta Railway and Electric company was shot and fatally wounded by the womans husband Mr and Mrs Lambert were strol ling along the street Bassctt stared at Mrs Lambert cried Oh You Kid and tried to take hold of her Lam bert drew a pistol and shot Bassett tbo bullet striking him in tho neck It is believed that Bassettwill die Lambert surrendered but was at onco released SECTION HAND MuncIe Ind William Bortsfleld a section hand gave up his life in order to save tho fast Southwestern limited on the Big lour railroad from being wrecked Bortsfleld was riding on a handcar and when ho saw the train upon him endeavored to remove tho obstruction from the rails He pushed and tugged at tho handcar and had just rolled It from tho track when the train struck and killed him There were 250 passengers on the train and it is believed a disastrous wreck would havo resulted had the handcar remained on the track Backed Off Ferry Boat Zancsvlllo O Alexander Wagner aged 61 years was drowned in tho Muskingum river He was in a car rlago on a ferry when his team backed tho vehicle off the boat FiftySix Bodies Out Starksvllle ColoAll of the 56 bodies of miners entombed In the lO- cal mine of tho Colorado Fuel and Iron company by an explosion October 8 have been recovered KENTUCKY I i GLEANINGSWHAT 0 DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH DECISION IN MALT MEAD CASE Judge Carroll Hands Down Important Decisio- nFrankfortTho court of appeals in tho caso of Clay Gourloy vs Common wealth from Lee decided that it must bo proven that the drink known as malt mead Is intoxicating before n man can bo fined for selling it In a local option district The option is an exhaustive ono by Judge Carroll and says that certain drinks are known judicially to be intoxicating such as whisky beer wine brandy ale and gin and it is not necessary to Provo that they are Intoxicating but drinks of other names not commonly known to be intoxicating must be proven to bo so before a conviction can bo had- Gourley had sold malt mead but tho matt to whom ho sold it said he was not Intoxicated by drinking it and nono of tho other witnesses had bought malt mead from Gourley though they said they had been made drunk by drinking a mixture bought at other places which was called malt mend The court says that no matter how much it takes to make a man drunk if it is shown that tho liquor ho drank mado him drunk the man who sold It to him in a local option district is liable to a fine LEFT ON DOORSTEP Paris Woman Finds Pretty Little Waif In Basket ParlsWhen Mrs Thomas Roberts wife of an L N engineer living near tho L N passenger station wont to her front door to start for a visit to her sister Mrs J J MoCarty a few doors distant she found on the porch a1 basket in which peacefully reposed a blueeyed boy baby apparently five months old Tho child was well dressed and a bottle of milk was by its side Tho Roberts will care for the waif until some disposition Is made ofitIt is believed that some one passing through Paris on a through train loft the child whero it was found The clothing was of the richest texture but unmarked in any way CHANGED BY NEW LAW Special Judge W0 Harris Vacates Bench at Shelbyvllle Shelbyvillein the circuit court when the case of the Commonwealth vs tho International Harvester Co charged with being a combination in restraint of trade was called Commonwealths Attorney Sanford raised the question that Special Judge W O Harris of Louisville who was presid ing had no right to sit under the now act which requires that when the reg ular judge Is disqualified tho governor must appoint a judge from another dis tract in his place Special Judge lIar ris held the point welt taken and ordered a continuance of the case to tho next term MANY AT A M E CONFERENCE Reports Shrw an Increase In Many Departments of the Church Ellzabethtown The session of the annual A M E conference convened under tho most favorable circum stances Most all the ministers have made their reports and with few ex ceptions they show an Increase in every department of tho church presidingiall the Importanco of making the most of the opportunity and it has had its effectRev Mrs Lena Mason broke tho record for raising money for Way mans Institute at Harrodsburg Sho reported 125 GAS MIXTURE EXPLODED In Tobacco Warehouse and Two Men Almost Lost Their Eyesight ML Sterling By explosion of a gas mixture at Clay KlrkpatrtckHj tobacco warehouse F C PIckrell and Razor Hoffman wero severely injured Tho men were putting in a by drauHc tobacco press and were fixingI the engine ready for work exploded blowing the door off and throwing mortar and asbestos in tho faces and eyes of the men Their sight will be saved WOMAN BREAKS NECK Mrs Geo Best Faints at Brotherlnl Laws Funeral Causing Death Danville While attending the fu neral of her brotherinlaw George Best at Bethlehem church west of here Mrs Nora Best wife of John Best fainted tier head struck a pew and her neck was broken producing instant death She was 30 years of ngo Georgo Best died from consumption lewas well known and 28 years of ago L News in Brief IIFORTUNE OF 16000000 Believed to Await Kentuckians ail HamburgHedrick to Claim itIFrnnkfortHelraoC John Hedrlck of Bath county several of whom llvo in this city and county have arranged to send John Hedrick HI to Hams burg Germany to claim a fortune of 16000000 which Is said to bo await ing them there Tho money was left to the helm byi John Hedrick I Tho original sum off 4000000 was left but tho money has been on deposit in the banks of Hamburg for 25 years The 4000000 haS doubled itself several times during that period of years The direct heirs to Amybrosoand sisters The heirs of Ambrose Hedrick nlk1 lire near Frankfort They are John1 Hedrick III and his tour children the late Edd Hedrick and his two fivethe late Frank Hedrlck and his children Mrs Cassius Hall of Whltoj Sulphur and her two children Mrs Kato Hall of Texas and one child and Mrs William Hall and her eight childrenLexingtonClaude I Langford o Frankfort who was tried in Justlci Bells court for having thrown a bee bottle Into tho automobile of Mr an Mrs Fred Bent of Paris was fin 75 and costs Langfords plea w that ho had been drinking a bottle o beer and ho threw the bottlo out o the back of tho car not knowing titer was another car In the rear I Frankfort Circuit Judgo R fStout granted a temporary restraining order enjoining the city of Frankfort from trying the cases against tho Eas4 Tennessee Telephone Co in tho cltfl court in which the telephone company Is charged with operating llnesi in this city without a franchise Ellzabethtown Ewell Nelson i wellknown young man of near Vine Grove sustained perhaps fatal isjurte while returning home from town Th horse which he was driving became frightened and ran away Young Nel son was thrown from tho buggy with great violence and his skull was fine tured Danville Tho family of W C Mar was aroused by a disturbance in the house When an electric light was ti turned on a masked burglar stood at a bureau drawer searching tar money end jewelry Frightened by the IUd den flash of light tho Intruder bounded through a window carrying the 4 sash with him Elkton Tho Todd county fair came to Its final close In tho combined sweepstake 100 ring Wilson Bros oft Cave City won first premium B P Eubank of Hopklnville second J S Ray Auburn third and W A Dick inson Trenton fourth For the finest stall of horses shown under the halter Wilson Bros won first J S Ray seo ond John Daly of Franklin third Russcllvlllo At a meeting of buifl ness men of Russcllvllle held at the courthouse an organization of a com mercial club was perfected by the election of Judge Gaines Cooksey as presl dent J D Evans first vice president and S V Freedom second vice presi dent and a board of directors composed of S J Browning J C Browder Ed Johnson H II Rice S W Llm bhugh and J V Walker Somerset While setting the ZolII coffer monument to mark tho grave oC Gen Zollleoffer the bifllot that killed this bravo Confederate officer Is believed to have been found It was found on the exact spot where Gen Zollleoffer was killed and where the monument will be placed The heavy rains of late had washed the earth and the ball was found burled in the groundCarllsleThe annual convention of the Womans Foreign and Home Mis sionary society of the Methodist Epis copal church South of the Haysvllla conference district assembled In this city tor n two days session A largo number of delegates from the various counties of the district arrived An Intcrcstlngprograra was arranged and addresses wero delivered by a number of tho most prominent women of tho district as well as a number of high officials of the society Lexington Columbus day was for i the first time observed as a holiday In this city and the occasion was eel ebrated by religious and patriotic exercises under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus an organizations of laymen of the Catholic church This was the 418th anniversary of the landing of Christopher Columbus In America and the observance of the day as an annual holiday is under a statute passed by tho last legislature Frankfort After a meeting of the prison commission held here it was an dCotracted for 600 convicts for an addi tional four years at 85 cents a convict a day Louisville The Association of American Directory Publishers In see sion here elected the present board ot trustees to servo three more years The session next year will probably bo hold in Boston The annual report shows tho organization to bo lJ a healthy condition er i Page FourTHCITIZEN I T COSSShO Women with the I I tenderest feet can wear this dress shoe d i It bends with your I h foot follows every move just as a glove 4moves with your hand I You wouldnt believe a I I shoe could be so comfortable Try itSee EUFSCOYLEBEREA You pay less or get more a o eoeoeoeocoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoaoeoeoeoeoe i Berea and Vicinityo o c S c o S S GATHERED FROM A VARETY OF j- S c o eoeoeoeoeoeofoeoeoeoeoeoecDR DENTIST CITY FIIONK bas OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE H BRECK Fire Life and Accident Insurance Phone 505 Richmond Ky Edwin Tatum went to Lexington Monday where he entered a telegraphy school Moline Wagon Best in town Sold by R J Engle Berea Ky Mrs Raymond Osborno left on Tuesday for her homo in Chicago WANTED All the fresh country butter Top prices J S Gott Depot Street Mayor John Gay has gone to Louls I ville to attend the session of tho I Grand Lodge of Masons LOSTMonday on the streets of Berea a letter containing check ad dressed to Geo Thompson Finder please return to Geo Thompson- A jolly party went for a picnic to East Pinnacle Tuesday nightIMrs K L Felton of Denver Colo visited her son Chas Felton several days last week Miss Lola Johnston a student of several years ago has gone from her home in Chicago to California to take a positionMr I E Lee Murphy will speak I i at the Congregational Church next Sabbath morning Miss Mary Abney is visiting her brother Charley in Jackson County this week Mr J F Sexton was with home folks on Chestnut street from Satur day till Sunday accompanied by Ills friend Mr Hollln of Richmond Miss Hilda Welch who has been very sick with typhoid is improving I rapidlyMrs Edgar Scrivner and little son 111visitMr Ellis Hart of Cleveland 0 was I hero at tho first of tho week on busi nessMrs J H Jackson and son Roy spent two days of last week with rel atives at Speedwell Ky Mrs Elhanan Muncy who spent sev ernl days with her sister Mrs Jno Muncy has returned to her home Mr John Jackson left last week to attend Smith Business College at Lex ingtonMr I and Mrs Albert Scruggs re turned Saturday from a four weeks wedding trip While away they were in Washington and Baltimore took a steamer from Baltimore down to Florida and from there by rail thru the southern states back to Kentucky Mr and Mrs Scruggs will make their home this winter with the brides mother Mrs Cook Dont 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 how different a fashionable style like this feels in the Red Cross Shoe High Shoes 4 450 and 5 Ox fords 350 and 4 SOURCES DAN Uoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeueocol For Shoes Clothing and Heavy Un derwear go to R J Engle Berea Ky Mr and Mrs Green Hill and child ren visited at their aunts Mrs Rog ers at Paint Lick one day this week Mr Geno Thomson of Louisvllli was visiting with his parents hero over Sunday- Miss Ethel McBroom has been en joying a visit from her mother and friend Miss Moore from their home at Bloomfield 111 Mr S B Combs was in Cincinnati Wednesday on business Miss Kate Coddington was called a few days ago to ROanoke Va on account of the sudden death of her brothers wife and llttlo infant Mrs Berry Little a daughter of Mr and Mrs John Bales is here from her home Jn Jackson County visiting them and other relatives The Elliscs are enjoying somewhat of a family reunion Last week the daughter Mabel came from Chicago and this week the son Paul Victor from Des Moines Iowa where he is in business This is the first time in more than four years that the entire family have been together and it goes without the saying that they are having a most delightful vis it- t Prof LeVant Dodge and wife af ter a months absence in tho east returned to Berea in good spirits on Tuesday last Since the National G A R Encampment and tho National Convention of the Womans Relief Corps at Atlantic City of which they were respectively members they havo made visits in Now York New Jersey and Virginia They spent a week at the home of Ernest G Dodge In Ruby N Y of the Berea class of 1S93 a night at tho home of Trustee J Raphael Rogers class of 1875 Brooklyn N Y a night at Caldwell N J in tho house where President Cleveland was born with the family of Prof Dodges niece Georgia Grant a Berea stu I dent of former times and now wife of Rev N B Chester and three days at Manassas Va with the family of a nephew whose daughter Esther F Dodge and son Joseph H were students in Berea some twenty years ago Four days of sight seeing in Washing ton City and visits to Mt Vernon Arlington Cemetery and the battle fields of Bull Run and Gettysburg rounded out the enjoyable trip The news Is out Charley Burdetto left Tuesday for Illinois leaving bo hind the rumor that he is to return the last of the week with a bride The bridetobe is Miss Wini fred Campbell tho accomplished i daughter of Mrs Francis Campbell cf Monmouth Ill For several years Miss Campbell was piano Instructor in Berea College having made a host of friends here Tho groom is well known to our people coming from one of Bereas oldest families Ho is a member of the firm of J BurIdette Sons one of Bereas business firms and Is always prom inent in local affairs Mr and Mrs Qurdette expect to bo at home soon to their many friends in their now ottago on Chestnut Street MRSI EARLYS WATCHES i jF YOUare thinking of buying a Watch or any piece of Jewelry 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 I I Porter Drug CompanyINCOR- PORATED Berea Kentucky i I oreceeotowuswri w 0- I I College Items I e o o HERE AND THERE s 0 oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoProf last Wednesday to b 3 gone for some weeks In search of contributions tow ard the finishing and furnishing of Pearsons Hall- President Frost preached the fourth and last of tho series of Nail and Hammer sermons In Chapel meat Sunday night This will appear in The Citizen later I The young ladles of Miss Merrows advanced cooking class gave n recep tlon to the students of the Vocational I Schools and tho faculty on the lawn in front of tho Model Cottage last Friday afternoon Short addresses I were made by several members of the I faculty Light refreshments consist ing of assorted cakes and tea were TNtImakmzl a1emauIh served by the class Tho cottage is to bo occupied thru tho year by Miss I Morrow and tho members of the class four being with her one month an other four tho next month and so on thru tho year The addresses deliver ed by Miss Bowersox and Miss Robinson at tho opening of tho Model House with a fuller account of tho weekII sending a poem on the college of tho t past Tho want of apace forbids its publicationifrom tho Convention of the Episcopal Church now being held in Cincinnati will be in Berea next Sunday and preach at the Chapel on Sunday night There is a possibility that this may be ono of Be teas trustees tho Rev Percy Grant D D of tho Church of the Ascension New York CityFriends of H W Coddington a former Berea student have received tho sad news of tho sudden death of They FRESH OYSTERS and all kinds of good things to eat 1ATPhone 108 WALTER ENGLES Berea Ky his wife at Roanoke Va Mr Cod dlngton holds a very responsible position with the N W R R m engineer of tests I Miss Pattle C Moore a former student of Heron and until recently of Bowling Green is now a teacher of Shorthand and English in tho Canton Business College Can ton Ohio Tho king bolt in tho literary so cieties is the corresponding secretary or officer who makes thn appoint ments The president who presides is the figurehead but it is tho cone ponding secretary who does the work and sees that the right people are put on at the right time and that each meeting has an Interesting pro pram The corresponding secrctarloa of the older literary societies for this terns are as follows Alpha Zeta Lo roy Warrlngton Phi Delta James Farmer Utlle Dulce Nellie Coo and PI Epsilon Pi Lillian M Newcomer I Estill B Jones who Is studying In I tho Academy this year IB the son of Felix Jones a former student in our Normal Department and now a traveling salesman located at Park I villo Kentucky His grandfather was ono of tho men who suffered persecu lion at the hands of mobs In the days of Father Fee Malcolm Holllday Esquire of Jack son County graduate of our Normal Department was In town last week with his wife and two children visit ing his brother and attending to le gal affairs Holllday will be remem bered aa the man who in the United States Revenue Service broke up fIt tyseven Btllls In seven months and carries in his body a bullet and four scars from moonshiners weapons The Collego Sunday school has two volunteer classes In mission study this term ono in Foreign Missions taught by Miss Fern Sinkey and one on Home Missions taught by Mr Herbert L Henry Dr Thomson and Mr Osborno went to Cincinnati Tuesday on business Mountain flay was held at Indian Fort Mountain last Saturday and About 300 participated In tho pleasure of tho day Much credit is duo to Prof Lewis and his committee for tho way In which it was handled Mrs Robert West of Trenton 0 was in Bcrea for a few days last week Her husband was editor of the Advance some years ago Tho union meeting of the Ladles Literary Societies was held in the Chapel Friday night with Miss Elizabeth Marsh presiding Thu program was an interesting one and ono of xmslderablo merit especially the autobiography by Miss Dunktr and tho poem The program was aa follows Words of welcome Elizabeth Marsh reading Fern Sinkey era Jon The Call of the Hills Bess liar rison autobiography Dolphin Dun or original story Ethel McBroom song by girls from thin two societies original poem by Flora Click read jy Artlo Porter essay Tho Man Macbeth Mary M Pickering and piano duct by Mamlo Johns and Edith EarlynNOTICE Water is getting low In reservoirs Use sparingly Do not sprinkle lawns or streets I wish to thank the students and acuity of Berea College thru your STYLES FOOTWEAR TELL THESE ARE are The Most Stylish The pTHost Comfortable The Longest Wearing PRICE WILL PLEASE LIKE THE SHOES The very latest styles for Autumn wear are to be found in these Splendid Shoes That perfect feeling of Comfort in every one Come in now and try on a Pair RHODUS C HAYES The Quality Store r MAIN STREET BEREA KY IF YOU WANT- AI NEW STOVE LOOK tAT OUR LINE BE FORE YOU BUY JI1 I have just received a new line of Stoves and Stovepipes v- AT A VERY LOW PRI- CEWJTATUM t e MAIN STREW iCAtfif see i- Tnow 1 1m TIM J- xo 8UY YovR COAL If you want to secure the lowest price of the year buy winters I coal now If you wont good service along with good coal permit us to fill your bin at orr- tHolliday l Co f Phone 1 69 and 7 1 Ky toper for tho kind and courteous treatment I received from them on Mountain party Oct ICth lIunycuttIN 0 NOTICE Bcrea Ky October 3 1910 All creditors of W C Parka nor deceased arc hereby notified to bring their claims properly proven before me tho Administrator of the said V C Parks deceased for settlement J A Parks Administrator Hugh Ky WHOLESALE GROCERY CO I The Winchester Grocery Co was organized at Winchester Oct 12 Y Drake of Winchester L C Cot ton of Cottonnburg and C C Beck er of Bryantsvlllo woro elected dlrec tors J W Dales of Berea was elect secretaryThis a combination of retail merchants who havo organized for the purpose of operating their own wholesale grocery store All the stockholders present expressed great con fidence in tho success of the enter priseTho three directors are all first class honest business men They wilt meet again on Oct 20 when stock certifi cates will bo Issued and tipsiness started in earnest They want to Interest retail mer chants in Eastern Kentucky and will bo glad to correspond with interest ed parties- J fJ W Bales OUR FALL IN ARE HERE ifv i t1i A I i I LET US YOU WHY SHOES BEST i I fr t THE l I Berea 1 1c and f i I THE SHOE P THE CITIZEN Page Fire Have You Tried It 1 thedrugtroubleshavethem out anyhow beentried CARDUIJ45The Womans Tonic gravetoday Kythad of your medicine and got a 1 bottle When she had recommendCarduiYour druggist sells Cardui with full Instructions for use on the bottle TCtIIIlorTWO SOURCES OF BLINDNESS How to Prevent and How to Treat Trachoma U Contagious and Is Spread by Using Common Towel Handkerchiefs Etc There aro two very common causes of blindness 1 Babies sore eyes This disease In tho cause of one fourth of all caws ot blindness It Is caused by tho dell cato eyes of tho baby becoming in footed by thu discharges ot tho moth tr during tho act ot birth It Is en tirely preventable Ono drop of tin following medicine dropped carefully r I I Important properties of ftj the Grape are- transmitted I t by ROYAlBaking Ib f Absolutely A Pure f to the food The food is l I thereby 41 I madeF more If- i 4 tasty and- digestible I a 1 Into each eye a few minutes after birth will prevent tills terrible dls easeSilver nitrate 8 grams boiled water one ounco or 2 tablespoonfuls Of i course the eyes may be Infected after birth but this can be prevented by euro and cleanliness I 2 Trachoma or granulated lids This disease is very common through out the eastern part ot Kentucky nnd Is a very fruitful cause of bllndnei In these carts it Is all the moro dan gerous because It develops so slowly and because there are times when it gets better and oven seems to get well Gradually however it injures tho clear jiart of1 tho oyo so that things get Indistinct and finally the blindI bo treated successfully away front a doe tor Any ono who has granulated lids should move at once to a pljco where ho can see a doctor regularly The doctor should preferably be one who has mado a special study of eye work Poverty need bo no hindrance for almost any good physician will treat such eases free when thin Is necessary Tho patient should remem ber that It takes usually a year or 1treatmt1tvent a relapse Tho best home rem dy for this disease Is tho following Copper sulphate pure 50 grams Glycerine ono ounce It is used as follows Take 20 drops of this medicine In ono ounce of boiled water and drop a drop of tills In each eye every 2 hours This should bo made fresh everyday Throw away what Is left eMit night as It spoils almost at onco on tandingIthe United States government will 1 cot admit Immigrants who aro of fectcd with It It Is carried from ono person to another on towels and linen nnd on dirty fingers It Is very Important Indeed that a trachoma case should novrr uso towels or handke j chiefs which aro used by others Its spread can easily bo prevented by absolute I cleanliness in this Way I Wherever any ono has granulated lids someone Is to blame just as It j Is with consumption and typhoid fever i THE BOYS RIGHT IN THE HOME Grant tho boy tho privilege of hav Ing his friends to meals as often as i you can conveniently arrange for it says Christine Terhuno Herrick in I Womans Homo Companion for Sep I tomber Perhaps you are among those fortunate ones who havo a j largo family with a big table whore tho addition of an extra plato counts for little If such Is tho case your way is simple Should there be several sons to plan for consider a system of rotation that each may have his guests In a fair ratio If your family is small so that it is desirable to have a little notice In advance before adding another hearty boys appetite to thoso you have reckoned for fix on a certain time when j your boy may ask a friend in to theirsheartsnever miss frills ot serving willI Study other compensations for abstinence from natural racketing you aro obliged to demand from your boy while ho Is at homo Provide him chances to lot ort steam elsewhere In places intended just for such relaxations Send him out into the open on holidays and give him tho means of pursuing any athletic sport which attracts him Bo sure that there Is a good play ground connected with the school he attends En courage him to work In tho gymnas ium All the compensation you offer the boy need not bo limited to tho possession of a pleasant room and the other privileges I have mentioned Dont forget that when ho displays tho consideration demanded of him in a wellregulated fumlly he Is put ting a restraint upon himself you can hardly understand no matter how close your sympathy with him Many comments have been made upon tho wonderful selfcontrol displayed by tho child who submits without pro test to a prohibition or grants prompt obedience to a command beyond his comprehension Largely a matter of habit possibly but there Is a great deal of thought going on inside that small head and oftener than we Im agine wo parents are being haled be fore a childs mental judgment seat nnd condemned unreservedly or with a recommendation to mercy EASTERN KENTUCKY Continued from last page I MADISON COUNTY IJIOTK in this vicin are corn and every ono is making sorghum Mrs Hazelwood Is very sick Little Lloyd Lain who has been very sick Is much ImprovedSeveral people tram this place lvo been attending tho I camp meeting at Kingston Prayer t meeting is held every Thursday night Everybody Is Invited Died October LexingtonI Knob cemetery Friday and laid to rest by the sldo of her husband Calvin L Creckmofe She was I eightyfive years old had lived a Christian life and joined tho Baptist church at the ago of eighteen and has been a devoted member since Sho was ready and willing to go to1 meet her Savior Sho leaves three sons and five daughters a number of grandchildren and many friends to mourn her loss KINGSTON Kingston Oct 17Everybody Is in vited to attend the Methodist Camp Meeting heroMartha and Suda Powell spent Saturday night with their aunt Mrs Will Ogg near Brass field and attended church at Panola SundayClema Abrams of Fayette County Is visiting relatives =Mary and CarrIe Rowletto were the guests of Laura Murray Sunday Mrs Juan Azbill visited at the homo of W M Munday several days last week Mrs Rucker and daughter Gus went sle to Richmond on business Monday Ena Lewis Is visiting her grandmother Mrs Hazelwood at MotOi J C Powell has returned from a visit In Jackson County Mr and Mrs J Carrier of Big 11111 are visiting hereMr and Mrs Lewis Sandltn went to Red Lick Sunday Charley Powell returned home Sat urday after a ten days visit with rel atives In Henry Co Cathlyn Dales and Miss Beaty spent tho last of tho week with Mrs Mat Bales The little daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Tcrrill who has been very sick Is Improv IngI A Bowman of Conway was hero last week on businessI Lexington Neb Oct 121ho weather at present is fine and all ore thru haying and aro busy harvesting Beets aro good and some are paying 50 and 75c per ton for hauling them to tho carU D Hud son sold 800 worth of corn and hay last week and has quite a lot ot corn yetBud Carpenter and wife and lit tlo boy Tommle visited at Hudsons Monday Hugh VickerI son is planning to visit his many friends and his old Kentucky homo at Christmas There Is very little sick ness thru this part ot tho country There Is no consumption and never has been in this part ot tho state A doctor who has been practicing medicine for seventeen years said that ho had never had a case of consumption except what came In from some other state and then It thoy came In during tho first stages of tho disease they got well THE POT BOILS Continued from pint Page manys candidates and that his en dorsement may be more effective his Independence League puts a full ticket in the field and splits tho Democratic party Truly It would seem that tho Democratic party Is fitly symbolized by the mule It doesnt always mako a good party even ot opposition It can only kick In the air Outlook In New York In Now York it would seem to be all over but tho counting of tho votes and shouting the Republican spell binders having much time to STATE IIIrUCASFrank Cheney makes oath that he Is lor partner of the firm of HI Cheney fie Co doI Ing butlness In the City of Toledo County and State aforeiald and that said firm will pay the turn of ONlt HUNDRHD DOLLARS for each and every use of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the u HairaCatarrh Cure FRANK J CIIKNKY Sworn to before me and subscribed In my pres ence this 6th of December A D iSSS A W GIKASON Sal Notary Republic llallaCatarrh Cure I taken Internally and act directly on the blood and mucous surfce of the system Send for testimonial Creep CHKNUY a Co Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 730 Take Halls l+ rills for constipation give1 to other states even Mr Roosevelt swinging around the country through tho south through tho west and through the north preaching good citizenship conservation tho right of the people to rule the doom of Wall Street and tho Trusts I Beveridge Winning Indiana Is next In the public eye through its contest for tho United States sonntorshlp waged between Mr Beveridge tho present senator and John W Kern And hero again it Is said that tho Democrats aro not a unit Mr Kern having made bitter enemies in his own party In a pre vious contest As elsewhere In tho Republican party at the begin ning of tho contest there was division Mr Beverldgo being chief of Insur gents and appealing most strongly to Insurgent sympathizers But the gen loral fortunes of tho Insurgent move have had their effect Upon Indi I ana and with the advance of tho cam paign heartened by the fulfillment of Mr Roosevelts promise to stump andIIOhIo In Doubt crisis does not seem to havo come yet If the Republicans are weak their weakness Is due to tho fact that they havo failed not only to eliminate Boss Cox but seem to be rather glad of the support ot his machine Harmon the Demo cratic candidate for governor Is at tcnfpting to mako capital of this fact but bo himself docs not seem to be quite so popular owing to his management of the strike situation In Col umbus j Virile Democracy in New Jersey thereiseem to bo a virile and true Democracy VIrile and true because Jt Itself Is Insurgent has adopted tho Roosevelt Policies and possesses a true leader In the person of Woodrow Wilson President ot Princeton University who it seems will bo the Democratic governor Muddle In Tennessee But Deomcracy would seem to have reached Its depth In Tennessee Tho last bid for life on tho part of the old line machine was the nomination DobITaYlor boss attempted to unlto tho factious of his party by withdrawing from tho race for governor but It was too late and the Independents represent Ingthe live and progressive elements In tho party endorsed tho Republican candidate Mr Hooper Now Mr Patter and his machine hope by the nomination of Fiddle Bob as Mr Taylor is called to unlto the party and save the state to Democracy but tho Independents seemed to be wide eoough awako to perceive that Mr Taylor has mado himself a tool ot tho machine and Is only arrang ing to send Patterson to the Senate In tho event that ho wins for gover nor Good for Three In Kentucky In Kentucky the boast has been I made that tho success of PowersIover Edwards would Insure tion of ten democratic congressmen I but that claim is no longer heard and not only the election of is assured but Langley In PowersI and Bennett In the 9th are road to victory while Jones 3rd and McGee in the 6th havo a good chance to win Citizen sees Victory Three weeks will tell the tale Will tho administration be backed by a Republican congress or will the wheel of progress bo locked Tho Citizen sees victory for tho Republicans but has no 111 will for a Democracy of the Woodrow Wilson typo NEWS OF THE WEEK Continued from first page Ident and party will bo away twelve 1tlIoj Doston1Thothe mails In a scheme to defraud Tho originator and manager of tho com pany is the Rev Norman Plans who Is endorsed by Secretary Balllnger tho lato Justice David J Brewer and other people of note Under the gulso of safe investments for minis ters by ono who knows them and is their friend tho Rev Plass has probably mulcted his profession and oth ers out ot many thousand of dollars Tho Citizen knows of some on whom this scheme has been tried SENATOR DOLL1VER DlES8dn ator J P Dolliver of Iowa one of the most prominent of the Insurgents tho United States Senate died orI denly Saturday evening at his diaI to tho cause of tho has been for years a warm friend of Mr Roosevelt and ono of the strong ost backers of tho Roosevelt policies When told of his death Mr Roosevelt said I am deeply grieved and inexpressively shocked Senator Dolllvera death is a great INTENSIVE FARMING Value of the SiloCost of Silage Ration for Stock By MR S L CLARK Silos for Madison County It is certainly a very encouraging thing to see several new silos being built In Madison County this year The silo is a great labor saver It also saves tho entire crop in a con dition that It is nearly all eaten JYI tho stock and manure from silage fed stock Is In the best shape for handling Experimen ters say 40 or more per cent of the corn crop Is In the stalk so an immense loss is sustained by the farmers Iin losing the fodder as many do not save any part of It while many more leave it in shocks for the storm to wash out most of the feeding value Even If tho farmer has no silo he can bind the fodder after husking into bundles and stack around poles so that It will keep much better than in the shock From our experience this year at the College farm It can be seen what the cost of handling corn for tho silo is By using a corn harvester 18 acres of heavy corn were cut In two days by i two men and two teams leaving the i corn bound in nlco bundles just right to handle easily and rapidly the bun Ui Ivlng left on the ground When I ready to fill the silo these were hauled and cut and put into silo In 17 12 hours by 12 men theI teams The power for tho cost 11050 the twine for binder 350 250 hours labor at 12 12c per hour 3125 total 4525 This splendid feed In convenient reach will supply 30 cows until grass comes as far as it goes but it is a one sided ration so some cow pea or clover hay should be fed once a day and some feed strong In protein such as cotton seed meal oil meal or bran should be given if the best results are to be had from cows misfortune to the country at this timeCRISIS IN GREAT BRITAIN A constitutional crisis which has been threatening for some months In Great Britain but which was temporarily shelyed in deference to the memory of the late King Is now pressing for settlement Tho question at Issue is tho right of the lords to veto measures proposed and passed by the com mons A conference of leaders has NothjIngA proposal by Earl Gray is meeting with much favor Ho advocates what ho calls the federation scheme for the empire Tho scheme provides for imperial parliament consisting of unI house of commons and the of two hundred members each This I will provide for home rule for Ireland Scotland and England The commons would be comprised of twen tyfive Irish twentyflvo Scotch i twelve Welsh and one hundred anl thirtyeight English members and the senate would Include a hundred of the present lords while the colonies would be represented by senators whoso term of office would be sixi years This is only a tentative plan and has received no authoritative endorsement as yet CENSUS FRAUDS The officials for tho census bureau havo discovered that extensive frauds havo been com mitted by the connivance of certain numeration officials with thoso Intel ested In exploiting certain cities The greatest frauds see t to have been perpetrated by cities on the Pacific Coast For instance Tacoma Wash ington according to tho first numer ation has a population of 116248 but the figures wero suspicious and a new numeration was made which shows It to have only a population of 82972 The numeration was thus padded to the extent of 30296 Pres Went Taft has been notified of these frauds and has written to the Seem tary of Commerce and Labor urging that tho perpetrators be discovered as quickly as possible and summarily I punished i FEAR OF CHOLERA Cholera Is spreading rapidly In Russia there be ing an Increase of five thousand cases dally with high mortality Many t people of course are fleeing from the disease and leaving tho country and the United States as usual is the I dumping ground Every effort Is be ing made by tho government officials to guard against the introduction of the disease but they are not sure that they will be successful JULIA WARD HOWE DIES lia Ward Howe the famous wrIterI against slavery advocate of suffrage and everything an also lecturer and preacher but best known for her famous Battle Hymn of tho Republic died in Bos ton October 17th Sho had reached tho advanced ago of ninetyone Tho Citizen expects to publish a picture of Mrs Howe and the Battle Hymn next week THE SAVIOR OF FRANCE The French Republic has been in a crisis for tho last week owing to a great railroad strike Traffic was so tied up that Paris was threatened with starvation and fears were widely ex pressed for the stability of tho gov Many persons on tho start make the I mistake in feeding ensilage alone but It will not be satisfactory as there Is I so little protein in tho silage Each cow should be giVen about ollIrnlnigrain and fodder and see how it compares land also consider what Is gained Inconvenience of feeding and the sav Ing In tho feeding value of the fodder Silos in Kentucky and Indiana Kentucky Is not considered a dairy state but there are many farms that produce milk from cows fed on sil age During the early part of Sep tember most of the silos wero filled with well matured well grown and well cared corn Some dairymen planted tho Albermarle County Vir ginia ensilage corn and put In the silos twenty to twentyfive tons ofexcellent feed per acre The corn was cut when a little past the roast ling car stage as tho grains were beginning to glaze Some dairymen began feeding the neW silage at once as pastures wero running short One silo which had fed a herd of cows all summer was emptied In time to iS refilled the next day and the cows greatly preferred the old silage to the fresh cut corn It was sweeter and softer Many now silos were erected In Kentucky and Southern Indiana and several were filled for next sum mers feeding Silos have come to stay In the central west both for milk cows and fattening cattle The factories enjoyed a prosperous year and the output will be greatly enlarg ed next season for the demand will be greater Our Country eminent That the worst was not realized Is said to be duo to the iron hand of the premier M Brland He Is being lauded as the savior of the Republic and praised because he can temper harshness with justice IN OUR OWN STATE Continued from Pint rage road conductors arid the general manager of tho road Is to go Into ef fect November 1st The increase In wages reaches from ten to seventeen percent and about four thousand men will bo benefitted thereby The agreement was reached without the least friction it Is said CRIES BECAUSE SHE IS LITTLE LouIsville Is weeping Capable of being and doing almost anything else- mean she was not sufficient for tho census enumerators Tacoma and other western cities could show rip nearly as many again Inhabitants ne they really have but Louisville was not onto the job and was shown to havo fewer Inhabitants than she expected Now she bewails her fate says he hasnt been dealt fairly with and asks for a recount Tacoma has been terribly punished Loutsvlllo should not grieve She should thauk her stars that alto didnt try the Ta coma tacUca- TODACCO POOL OJ FTho dU trlct board of tho Burley Tobacco Society has declared the 1910 pool off Tho reason given for this action is that tho American Tobacco Company has turned loose a number of buyers and that tho Independents being more rumerous than tho Burley Society members are selling in great num hors thereby making tho pool non effective and injuring the chances of tho pool members to dispose ot theIr crops LAND FOR SALE I have for sale privately about 290 acres of fine land 3 12 miles north ot Berea on Richmond and Berca pike This is one of the best improved farms in Madison County It has on It a nice brick house with 8 or 10 rooms Tenant houses barns cribs wagon shed poultry house Ico house and many other buildings Two largo clsterno and abundance ot stock water Price 85 per acre 13 cash bal lance to suit purchaser possession given Jan 1 1911 This farm Is sue ceptlblo of division but one piece will not bo sold without the other- I also havo a place containing 32 acres all in grass No Improvements except new wire fence Price 1500 purchlUYJrI tho money If Interested address J W Herndon Berea Ky I have no agents FOR SALE A good farm of 160 acres on the Richmond and Dig lUll turnplko six miles oast ofBerea About V75 or 80 acres are in cultivation and the rest in Umber Good water he year round gopd Improvements and a good young orchard Any one wish Ing to purchase a place should write or call on M A Moody Post office Big Hill Ky = JJj Page Six THE CITIZEN SERIALSTORY i Archibalds Agatha By EDITH HUNTINGTONMASON Author el The Real Agalhi Qthuf1Maetatbtllu4 PART ONE- CHAPTER I I found my wife and told her an about it You BOO Agatha I said its going to bo rough on old Arch df he doesnt After all shes always promised him the property it should go to him The secretary that is my wlfItomeUmes rotor to her in that way in memory of a certain six weeks I and my friend Terhune onco spent at Castle Wyckhoff during which she tore that title and I fell in love with tor my wife put down her sowing to answer me She woe doing me a bitted tie by the way green with at yeast six different stitches In it Aw fully clever at that sort of thing my wifeYes I see she said but Wilfred Isnt it a littlea little sudden 7 How can he expect to get married in so short a time as ten days It was sudden surely and unusual tint for the matter of that the whole 1lng was out of tho ordinary You see the point was that an eccentric old aunt of my friend Archibald Ter huno a Mrs Ceorgiana James cf Ea ear had written to acquaint her nephew with the fact that she intend ed to leave a certain piece of property which sho had long ago promised him 10 a third cousin of hers who lived in America if Archibald did not Immedl ately get married In fact she gave him exactly and only ten days from the receipt of her letter in which to Accomplish the holy estate or rather fn which to got himself engaged The actual ceremony she would leave to follow as Boon as possible when the groper order of things should permit Arch when I saw him in London that morning was In tho wildest state if mind Imaginable Ho had only just received the letter and hed be blessed if hed take unto himself a wife at all merely to humor the Impossible whims of his Aunt Oeorgy much less accomplish tho deed with any such in decorous haste She had always badgered him to death on the subject of getting married and now be supposed this was her way of punishing him for his systematic disregard of iher wishes Wants to jolly well push me to the wall and force my hand he told me Indignantly Shed do anything to set her own way that old woman I- And tho reason she says shos bring dug things to a climax now is just be cause Im forty years old today She says that if I dont get married soon TU bo so old no one will have mot Fancy that His tone was positively shrill with spleen and disgust Just as if that wore so very oldl he went on twitching about on his chair and plucking angrily at his eyeglass string Why lots of men dont oven begin to think of marrying till theyre iortyflvoP I smiled The old boys weak spot Is his lovo of admiration and I often feel convinced that if It were not for his delight In being considered one of Londons most eligible bachelors Sad his pride in being ono of the most popular dinner guests In town he i would long ago have entered the I bonds of matrimony She says ho continued jerking over a page of tbo closely written let ter that he held In his hand and glanc- Ing down it as ho spoke that al though she has always looked forward with pleasure to leaving that piece of property which represents the bulk of her fortune to her nephew that she cannot allow herself to do so unless he complies with her wishes and bo comes a married man To bestow so i rich an inheritance upon a single man she says Is like putting a premium j on selfishness Terhuno snorted with impatience when he had read that last sentence but I couldnt help but ad mire the old lady for It I thought she must have been something of a char- acterI to express herself so forcibly She goes on to explain said Arch j resuming his reading after letting his eye skim down the page to the close of the letter that the reason she limits the days of grace in which 1 am supposed to persuade a girl to prom lee to marry me to ten Is because oho thinks I deserve to have to hurry having thwarted her wishes so long and that a little anxiety will do me no harm His face was n picture as he read this and his voice trembled so with a souse of outrage that bo could hardly GO on She concludes by saying that I will bo more likely to achieve the result she desires if I am put under a cer taut amount of pressure She knows my procrastinating habits only too well His glare was so vindictive by this time that I could hardy keep from laughing at him grOWljedajtes gone and notified the third cousin in America about it so therell bo no possibility of changing her mindIs I ho married I asked Nine children returned my friend gloomily And shes even Instructed her solicitor he added Old flames of Barnes Wllloughby Sons to call upon mo and bo with me at one oclock ten days from now when the period expires to see that overy things fair and square about the proceedings and that I do not overstep the prescribed time by so much as a minute Capital I cried unguardedly full of an ill tlmed I lear enthusiasm for the businesslike methods of Mrs JamesYoull bavo to Invito him to lunch Why Its as good as a play What an old sport your Aunt Oeorgy must bet 0 hang my Aunt Qeorgyl exclaimed Arch peevishly not appre elating my point of view Meddle some old busybody 1 And that reminds me I said alert ly how old Is she anyway Archr Eightytwo he snapped old enough to know better Old enough to be thinking about making her will at any rate I said meaningly And of course Arch had fn reality too keen an Interest in his own welfare not to appreciate that fact without needing me to emphasize it Ho was not tho boyI thoughtIt- I knew him at all to sit sulking in a corner when there was only a little thing like getting a wife in ten days between him and a chance at a for tune I If ho did he could not certain ly be the same Terhune that had proved so earnest an aspirant for the millions of the Hon Agatha a summer ago And I was right It was not long before hed forgotten his disap proval of Aunt Georgys methods and was excitedly discussing ways and means of obeying her behest I thought myself the thing didnt sound so hard I thought at any rate that it would be a regular lark to have a try ot It But ho was much loss optimistic much more downhearted Not be cause he doubted his ability to got some girl to marry him for he felt quite sure on the contrary that his only trouble would be in making a se A Nephew Is Much Nearer Than a Third Cousin You Knowl lection But it was the shortness of tho time that stumped him He couldnt scorn to see himself an one gaged man in ten days his Imagina tion somehow failed to sum up the picture I did my best to cheer him up and pointed out that tho property which was a sheep form in Australia formerly belonging to Aunt Oeorgys brother now deceased and yielding a yearly Income of about 20000 was worth having a try for And as I said it might have been much worse Aunt Georgy might have insisted on his actually attaining the married state in ten days time Instead of merely get ting engaged and that I thought would have been well nigh impossible Girls ore so queer about that sort or thing They must have a trousseau and bridesmaids and churches and fuss and feathers of one kind or an other He would certainly kayo had trouble in pulling oft the wedding In such short order He was inclined to agree with me He thought it more than likely his bride would balk at such unceremonious haste But by Jove I know a girl who has no such foolishness about her When I married Dearestwho had been the Hon AgaJha Wyckhoff you knowshe did not make mo watt for anything We were married at the unfoshlouable hour of seven in the morning in a certain little wellre membered chapel in the village of Wye with Mrs Armistead her aunt as our only attendant And then but I forgot I am not telling our story but Terhunes Poor old chap If you could have seen nlml I said to Dearest throwing myself on the terraco at her feet Never saw him such a state He was In the wild Iin hurry to begin his recordbreak campaign for a wife but didnt bow to go about it at all And I couldnt blame him really Twenty thousand dollars a year would make all tho difference In the world to Mm CHAPTER II And to the cousin In America with nine children I said Agatha Not so very much I said lIes very well oft they say All those Americans are Besides that Ter hunes really got more right to the stun ban ho boat A nephew is much nearer than a third cousin you know I I Net it he Isnt married afparent ly remarked Dearest but I knew she only said it to tease me O come now I I expostulated you know you arent going to stick up for a wild westerner from the American backwoods Wherever they may be put In my wife who has spent the greater part of her life in the states and la fonder of that country than I think she should boo From the American backwoods I repeated that youve never even seen against poor old Torhuno Why he probably wears a scalp lock and brandishes a tomahawk for all you knowShe smiled pityingly at my primitive notions of American clvlllzaUon Which sho said Terhune or the third cousin Youre very ambigu ous Wilfred Besides you know Iota better than that I hung my head in wellaffected con fusion and admitted that I did Dont be a silly she admonished though I could see she thought my attitude a good one and tapped me oa the head with her thimble It hurt a little and I pretended to be very angry at tho liberty Just you stop that I cried end denly flinging my arms around her and pinning her so tight to her chat she couldnt speak And dont pro tend youre not going to agree with pre about Terhune Its a serious matter and you know its The old boys in a hole and I want to help him out And you expect me to provide the method of exit Isnt that itr asked my prisoner aa soon as she could ether breath Exactly I said setting her free and settling myself in another chair that was conveniently close to her Pitch in and tell us how to go about IU And I eased back and lit a favorite pipe of mine for which I had long ago gained permanent pardon from Lady Vincent Which title by the way explains the fact that my older brother Edmund had died shortIly after our wedding trip Lord Vincent instead of Lord Wilfred and at tho same time my father the duke of Tottens heir At length my oracle ceased puckering her pretty brows and spoke I think she said we might manage it if we gave a small house party and had two of tho Agathos who stayed with mo a year ego during the time when I was car laIthersonly I guestsIand my gaze from the broken root line of Wyckhoff castle and the tops of our famous Wyckhoff oaks which was all my lazy line of vision held and sat up I know Its an idea I remarked but I cant seem to get the Inner significance of Ita house party for a week with just two Agathas and Terhune for guests How But she Interrupted met Yes she said so far youre quite right But dont you see Freddy dear that the Agathas I meant to Invite are Agatha First and Agatha Sixth In the first place they are the only Agathas of all the six yet unmarried and In the sec ond place they just happen to be the two girls Archibald showed tho most interest in at the time you two men were guests at Castle Wyckhoff for the first time Of course I cried I see It now I And you think hell have more of a chance with them than with strange girls hes never seen before The secretary I mean my WIfe as I say the other name will slip out occasionally sometimes when Im talking of old times smiled Indulgently As I argue it she said it will be his only chanco He couldnt hopo to accomplish anything In ton days in regard to a girl he doesnt know and if you will remember Agatha Sixth showed a marked liking for him at that time A most Important point in favor of his speedy marriage Then why not ask just Agatha Sixth Why have Agatha First orI inquired innocently Dearest allowed the most delightful little expression of pity for my lim ited masculine intelligence to dim the brightness of her eyes TO DE CONTINUED Knew the Remedy 111 bo durned if I didnt have to laugh good an hard at one ur them there auttylunatlc although I didnt feel much like snlckerin at the time said Farmer Chlnfuzz to tho other soapbox warmers in the cross roads store an heres the answer On my way down to the county scat the hoes balked good an stubborn fer a spell an In the midst ur my rlppin an snortln along comes a big red auttymobtlo with a real friendly teller behind tho goggles When tha feller found out that my outfit wus stationary fer the time bola what do you spose ho up an done Grabbed a monkey wrench an oil can an a hammer crawled under my wagon made a nulso like a biler factry an nay I bo tetotally honswoggled it that there hoes mane didnt stand up like a porkyplnes an be made tracks so fast Im thlnkln uv tralnln him fer tho ring specdln at next county fair bgosh Illustrated Sunday Maga tine He Had Reason In illustrating a point he wished to make at a political gathering In the west a noted politician told of an apt taph which an Indiana man had caused to bo Inscribed upon tho monument of his wife who had died after a somo what tempestuous married life Thil legend read Here lies a wife Tears cannot bring her back Therefore her hus bind weepsIinrpers Magazine Next to a lecture advice fa show the most useless thins BRONZE TURKEY LARGEST OF STANDARD VARIETIES Thought to HaVo Originated From Cross of Wild Bird ot the North and Domesticated Fowl Very Hardy Tho bronze turkey is tho largest of all the six standard varieties and therefore holds tho place of honor It Is said to have originated from a cross between the wild turkey of the north and our domesticated turkey Its beautiful rich plumage and size have come from its wild progenitors says tho Poultry Tribune Audubon has recorded tho coming of the wild turkeys into tho barn yard where they paired with his domesticated turkeys Ills description of tho wild turkey Is almost exactly like our bronzo turkey of today lie remarks about the brilliant copper bronzo of tho plumage and compares them in color with those of the pea cockNow crosses which Increase and strengthen vitality and intensify tho beauty of tho bird are still being made The color of the bronze tur key is a ground of black blazoned or shaded with bronze This shading Is rich and glowing and when tho suns rays are reflected from these colors they shine like polished stool The color of the female is not so rich as the male but both have tho same color and shading Through In breeding much of this richness of Prlzo Turkey color is lost as It Is Improved by each cross with tho wild specimen To gain best results Inbreeding should be guarded against at all times as nono of our domestic fowls suffer more from this practice than do turkeys The standard weight of the bronze Is 36 pounds for adult cock yearling cock 33 pounds cockerel 2G pounds hen 20 pounds and pullet 16 pounds They should be largo In frame and deep In body Tho head SOW WHEATLITTLE LATE jlcoslan Fly More Numerous Than Usual Tide Year MnU n It to Delay Tills Work By II A OOSaAHD Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station A little more Hessian fly than usual has been scattered over tho state this season and since wo have no gen eral outbreak ot this pest for some years and Its parasites may therefore be presumed to bo somewhat scarce it will bo best for Ohio farmers to sow a trlflo late rather than early this fall The normal date for sowing In northern Ohio Is from tho 15th to tho 22d ot September for central Ohio a weok or ten days later and for southern Ohio tho last few days In September or a little better during tho first two weeks of October By the normal date we moan the date which will produce the largest yield providing that no insect pests over turn the natural expectation Tho normal date for sowing Is determined not by the entomologist but by tho agronomist and rests upon tho aver results of sowing grain upon any 1IIe should bo large tho eyes bold hetvy bone legs and shanks straight and well set The outlines In all sections should bo in perfect harmony In nature they are prone to wan der but can bo taught to return home every night if proper care and atten tion Is given them whllo young They can also bo made quite tamo If one can bo in company with them much of tho time It is true some are more docile than others We have now in our flock some that while eating wo can stoop down beside place our arm around them smooth tho feathers on their backs and they will make no effort to be released while others In this same flock would be very much frightened should we attempt to touch them Wo believe some are nearer the wild cross than others which accounts for this lack of confidence They are very hardy after a few weoks old and easy to raise If the season Is anyways near favorable and proper taro Is used Tho habit of neglecting to select the best young turkeys for stock during the fall and selling ort the finest birds for market and using immature late batched or closely ro lated malo birds or of borrowing a Winning Bronze Advisable breeding neighbors gobbler year after year Is earnestly condemned Tho vital ity and stamina of tiirkcys decrease too readily to permit of such prac tices Hens Egg A hens egg contains 600 grains of water 120 groins of lat 106 groins of lime 80 grains of albumen 20 grains of sugar and 10 grains of ash t given date through a long period ot years Only ocaslonally It is advis able for tho entomologist to advise that there be a departure from seed- Ing at the normal time There Is gone erally no danger even from Hessian fly If sowing does not precede the normal date and at present wo think It hardly necessary to suggest any fur ther departure from the normal custom than to say that It departed from at all this fall tho seeding should be In the direction of a week to ten days later than usual rather than that much earlier The dry weather will doubtless operate to destroy many of the pupae cr flaxseeds of the lice sian fly by desslcatlon and In those sections where tho drought has been severe and long continued there li probably no need for special apprehension Increased Use of Dry Milk The American process of reducing milk to a powder has now been intro duced Into Norway Ono of the now companies formed has contracted la deliver 300 tons of dry milk each year for threo years to an English firm The dry milk Is used largely for Inval ids and convalescents on ships on loni voyages because ot Its keeping quail tieR under all cllmatlo conditions nnl Its convenience of transportation I TARTS I Cincinnati Live Stock Cnttlo Shippers B25a650 butcher steers extra f5GOaC7fi good to cholcq J460aO50 heifers extra flTCaC Rood to choice 4a4fiG cows extra 4GOa475 good to choice i76nMO cnnncrs 2a275 Hulls Bologna 100 a43D extra f440H4GO Calves Extra S7fia9 fair to good f7COaSCO Hogs GooII to choice packers and butchers MOaD20 mixed packers 9a915 com mon to choice heavy fat sows f02Ga S20 pigs 110 Ibs and less JfiaSGO Sheep Kxtnx 400 good to Choice 33Ga390 Lambs Kxtra JGC5 year page fiaS25 Cincinnati Miscellaneous Apples Crimes golden 425a4GO a brl Jonathan J4u4HO a brl Carrots Ga20c dozen Cantaloupes Pink meats JlDOul7G a pony crate 200a3 a standard crate Kggplants Homo grown 75cal a dozen GrapesDela waro ISc pony basket Niagara ISo pony basket Oranges Valencia 275 n423 OnionsYellow 60a75c whlto 1jlal25 per bu Peaches Northern Ohio A A 2GO A 22G D J175 A bu Potatoes Homegrown 1225 01 brl Michigan and homegrown 3 brl sweet ix tatocs Virginia yellow 17Ca2 a brl Jersey Ja2GO IJne apples 175a3 Tomatoes Harao grown 7Gca12G a bu Cincinnati Grain Market FlourWinter patents 440a47C do family 315a340 low grade 240a 2CO spring patent G70aG90 do fancy 490aG25 WheatNo 2 red 99co 1101 No3 red 94a98c NO4 SGaSlc Corn No 2 white 53V4aG4c No S white B3aB3 c No2 yellow G4aG4Hc No 3 yellow 531 oG4c No 2 mixed 53a- r53o No3 mixed B2 4a53c OatJt No 2 white 36V4n3Cc standard whlto 3By4a3GH No2 mixed 33S a34c Hay No1 timothy 15al9GO No 2 J1780 al8 No1 clover mixed flGGOalG No 1 clover J1160al2 clover flOalO60 Malt Spring barley 89a92c Barley No 2 spring 82a34c No 3 spring 7Ga 80c Uye No 2 SOaSlc bu No 3 7Sa 80c bu OUTlOOK CHEERfUL Perceptible Expansion In All Branches of Dry Goods Stocks Are Low and Situation Strong New YorkH O Dun t Coa week ly review of trade says The hotter feeling noted last week Is confirmed toy this weeks report and although important elections aro Impending the railroadrate contro versy Is still unsettled and the trado recession to a point considerably below normal continue yet there nn signs of largely Increased cheerful new and some Increased activity This is disclosed much loss in the Iron and steel trade than In the dry goods the former moves slowly with a reduced production but In dry goods there Js a perceptible expansion In demand In all branches which exorcise healthy influence In both whole sal and retail trade especially In dis trials closest to the cropproducing states In all branches of business demand Is still restricted mostly to immediate needs but stocks are low and the alt ration Js therefore a strong one in case business confidenco continues to expand and tho factors which oporhto to produce reaction weaken Irregular reports are still received from lead ing pig iron centers a fair tonnage of orders being placed In some districts whorca dullness is conspicuous In others and Bessemer and basic Iron are tending toward a lower basis Cotton goods In bleached brown and colored have been advanced as a jconsequence of a larger demand and greater cost duo to tho rise In cotton Leading lines of mens wear aro mod erately advanced Yams aro In moro active inquiry Jobbers are doing a fair trade and ore reordering In the primary market for immediate and spring delivery Footwear conditions continue on tha whole unsatisfactory New England manufacturers rbport a Alight Increase in business each weak but no orders ot account are being received for spring delivery as jobbers buy close to actual requirements Trado is fairly good In some kinds of leather such as bolting harness and sole but upper stook continues slow Failures and Exports Now York Bradstroots in its ro view of mercantile and trade condi tions says Trado Is Irregular and still lacks snap but the totter undertone noted last week has become moro widely disseminated Improvement as a whole Is not marked and tho con servation earlier noted is still man fest In small and frequent rather than large buying In some lines as for instance cotton goods tho proof hat stocks of goods are relatively light has become moro evident and with higher prices for the raw material have come hardening quotations for the goods themselves Wool Is firmer than of late and there has been liberal buying at tho interior by largo ittanufacturors Advices of mild weathor affecting pant and present final distribution are still numerous and tinge reports from markets whore at this date heavy wearing apparol is usually In demand UnitFdStates13 were 223 against 192 last week 2CO In thi like week of 1909 244 Jo 1908 194 In 1907 and 170 In 190- GBuslctsi failures in Canada for tho week nunAcr 34 which compare with 28 last week and 3J lulhecop responding week of 1909 a l THE CITIZEN Page Seven sBlessings of- Imperfection By HENRY F COPE T 1 hopenomassrt Inmctlon ponds on how yoj takj It as a doso or os a spur It is easy to becomo so conscious of calamities possible troubles Impending and difficulties present as to bo oppressed with a souse of tho universe as warring against you or you can see It all as a joytoLifo la not all a joyous way of pleasure No person of sensibilities can ignore altogether Its pain sad need or over bo freo from tho sense of personal incompleteness sad of unrealized adjustment to tho unlverso But this incompleteness restlessness and dissatisfaction may be tho cause of our profoundest joy and largest hopesA man is greater than an angel though ho may not be better and rosy bo worse In an Important sense im perfection is letter and greater than perfection That which Is perfect baa found Us limits has reached Its full nets Man sees no limit about him And goes on forever without tbo sense of completeness That is the mark of living that the more you live the larger life stretches before you But for our imperfections there would bo no growth tho future would Ho like a blank without the hope of larger things This It is that makes the now days welcome no matter what freight of woo they may bring to usthat they stretch before they promise onward steps new vistas the chance to bo more feel more know more Perfection might mean peace but it would be tbo peace of death If ever wo are Inclined to complain cf the shocks of fortune tho buffets and smarts of living wo ought tr turn and look on them all with gratitude They shake us out of dull content they testify to our Incompleteness and call on us to learn lifes lessons to gain new strength to withstand their oncoming attack Tho fact that wo are vulnerable makes us ultimately victorious Now it matters not bow religious a man may profess to be how frosty ho may handle pious phraseology it he spends his breath In complaining about tho sorrows of this existence and In sighing about another world where he will be free from the pres ant penalties and pains and will enter Into tbo life of perfection the lifo that has attained and knows no fur thor desire hIs religion Is a menace to this world and to him as a dweller here Our present business is with the life that Is fun of prophecy of larger being that reminds us by our present failures and friction of the greatness of our shortcomings our business Is to take this life of pain and need and use all its provocations Its troubles difficulties problems as the curricu lum of larger life We ought to bo grateful as they who take life wise ly certainly will be for all that moves us on though it may seem to lay us low at the time of the blow True religion Is that which places the light of aspiration before a mans eyes and sets In his heart the vision ot a life which knows no limit Rell gion interprets tho universe in terms of a reasonable plan of life with a hope In life which does not mock us Religion is the spirit that enables ono to trust the ultimate wisdom of the plan of our present Imperfection Tbo present struggle is the finest thing that we have Not that we need to add to its intensity or increase Its complications But we ought not to try to dodge Its demand nor ought wo to be blind to Its splendid promise For Imperfection is ever the prophecy ot development and he who bravely hopefully struggles on bears endures aspires not only finds the way through tho clouds to the stars but In the struggle fads tho high and divine In hlmrelf Hero faith plays her part aiding us to cling to our visions of the larger life and greater universe giving us confidence even In darkest nights that wo do not walk In a maze to como out where we went in hearing the mock- Ing laughter of Idiot gods We believe better things of our world and that means taking our world In a nobler way and trusting that love rules through it all That means finding our way out through imperfections and needs to a wholeness and perfection which we call God the desire of every soul Tho Christians Privilege The great master band sends tho thoughts of sorrow of Joy of strength into our life In varying forms as mighty means under tho Spirits pow er to mold and bring us Into the Di vine Image for to stand by tho side of Jesus Christ and look upon life and Its possibilities is to behold a vis ion of marvellous beauty It is this ever deepeaing vision of life that Is the Christians privilege at ho walks by the side of his Master and touches tho hand which Is molding his life Into the highest beauty Though earth Is dark in His presence it is always day Church Wrok Presentday church work is to min later to all needs of men every day In the week the year roundRev WA Bartlett Congregatlonallst Cblcagtt Ribbon Effects IBy JULIA BOTTOMLEYI IN arlrangoment But one muy not always arrive at the desired effect by the use of bows A shape may be modified or changed In appearanco by building it in one direction or another with ribbon arranged in loops Flower forms may be copied or simulated and nothing is more fashionable than small compact roses and foliage made of ribbon Those examples aro given here of ribbon In unusual arrangements In tbd first a caplike shape covered with big velvet poppIes Is lengthened at the back with wired loops of heavy satin ribbon These bow redeem the shape lifting It from the common placo into one of thoso which the Preach have described as tho fleeting profile shapes They are full of I GIRLS OUTING COSTUME I This pretty costume designed cape dally for boating or sailing Is ot white linen trimmed with bands of bluo and white striped linen The skirt Is made with a group of plaits at each side above which It Is ornamented with buttons and is encircled about knee high with tui inserted band of the striped linen The blouse has a blbIlke plastron of tho material ornamented with but tons The sailor collar and cuffs are embroidered with anchors and trim med with the bands ot striped linen The odd cravat and the girdle are of black liberty N Stenciling Hints When stenciling a design for a wallpaper frieze draw the diapered pattern on heavy paper so as to al low the skeleton design to hold firm ly together after the sprays have been cut out from stencil plates Cut out each piece of the drawing with a sharp knife and lay It on a rough piece of the cardboard so that the edge of the knife Is not turned Prepare each piece to resist the action of the color by sizing or by shellac dissolved In methylated spirits Mix the color with onethird pie turo copal varnish and twothirds turpentine using only a small portion at a time as It Is very volatile Then dab the color all over the sur face cf the design with a stencil brush You will then be ready tp ap ply it to the walls style The loops in this instance are made overloops of boned wire sewed to tho shape at tho back A pretty drooping brimmed round hat having the brim edgo finished with a shirring of velvet shows plait ings of ribbon and velvet bows poised together about tho round crown This forms a sort of rosette in which the platted ribbon sets and the result makes one thing of a flower In fact each velvet and ribbon decoration Is shapeTheblue felt needs no other decoration- A hat for a miss faced with changeable taffeta gathered In the under brIm is bound with a puff of velvet A collar of ribbon about the crown Is finished with a very full plaiting or shirring of ribbon at the left front Such a hat le Ideal for a miss of 16 or more years ands quite within the range of amateur millinery to make JEWELS FOR DAY AND NIGHT StonesVeryOccasions With lowcut decks narrow velvet collars set with three or five gradu ated ornaments of paste set In old all vered metal are smart and becoming with both afternoon and evening gown Earrings do much to break the line gownLovelyIan diamonds colored stones and ba roque pearls A good looking set of earrings has a bowknot and dangler of diamonds with baroque drop another set that screws on has three baroque pearls byjowelodA shleld shaped corsage ornament of Parisian diamonds and French em eralds with a shoulder catch to cor respond gives a brilliant finish to a lownecked evening gown The woman of bony neckshould purchase one of the high dog col tars of rows of seed pearls crossed by narrow side bars and a square cen tral bar of Parisian diamonds For traveling or sports the watch bracelet is growing in favor Ono of the new ones has a flexible woven strap and buckle of gold wire set with a red enamel watch studded in pearls I On a gray suede wrist strap is a small watch of gold rims studded with alternate rubles and pearls or sapphires and pearls Cheaper for hard wear are tan or gray suede bracelet with a small openfaced gold or silver watch A fascinating ornament of French jewelry that can be used for the hair or corsage Is a pair of Mercury wings set to form a hollow that can encircle the hair knot Black Waist The black chiffon blouse over white or over a silk In Persian colors Is even more popular now than at the end of last season when It was hailed as a novelty The veiled effect is more pleasing and satisfactory In a waist than a skirt since it gives a color effect which cannot be obtained by pipings or bands There is a beautiful messallno woven in tho designs and colorings of the famous India shawls which is used exten sively in combination with black for waists The plain black silk waists are worn a great deal The smartest ot them have a narrow round yoke of white lace which gives them a dresty appearance relieving the somberness of the black A New Tie A fetching new tie that gives a touch of color to a dark or white cos tume Is made from bias satin or velvet formed into inch wide folds These are ended with bunches of tiny flow era and leaves while a similar bunt holds tho leaves together In front t r THE ANOINTING OF JESUS Sunday School Lcnoi for Oct 30 1910 Specially Arranged for ThIs Paper Ix i on Text Matthew 5111 Memory verse IS- Golden Text She hath done what she coul lMark US- TimSaturday April 1 A D 30 the day before the Triumphal Procession Place Houie of Simon the leper at Bethany on the Mount of Olives The placo of the supper was Beth leperWothis In their homo One picture of them Is presented to us In Luke 10 3842 Here wo see Martha busily preparing the meal for Jesus enter tainment a busy and anxious house preIousThe second pldture Is presented to us by John U 2014 Since the first picture their brother Lazarus had died and been restored by Jesus and although Martha Is even more busy than before yet she is restful and notII someUUngInShe has not lost any of her power to serve but the manner of her serviceI has been transformed Thus the two sisters each gained something of the virtues of the other At tho present feast Mary and Mar thn were each serving In the way natural to them Lazarus sat at the table as a guest with Jesus In whoso honor the feast was given Simon was nt the head of the table Jts was cus tomary In the Orient the villagers were attracted to look upon the scene and see the distinguished guests- It Is a great blessing to have such n home las is presented to us at Beth upbeforeespecially when we add to It the scene where Jesus takes little children In his arms and blesses them The star of Bethlehem for morals and religion for the millennium stands ov 5r the home where Jesus is There came unto him a woman This woman was Mary the sister of Mar tha and Lazarus Having an alabaster box rather a cruse or flask Of very precious ointment a liquid perfume more like an oil oa oil of roses than commonlyknowthat it filled the whole house with ita odor Very precious Horace offers to give a cask of wine for a very small box of It Compare the attar of roses made at Gbazlpoor In Hindustan and which requires 400000 fullgrown roses to produce one ounce and which sells when pure in the English warehouses as high as 100 an ounce or 1200 for as much as Marys pound ofSpikenardAnointing the head of a rabbi at such feasts was not an unusual honor but anointing the foot was unusual and expressed the tenderest must humble most reverential unutterable affection Mary not only anointed Jesus but she took womans chief ornament and devoted it to wiping the travel stalned feet of her teacher She devoted the best she had to even the least honorable service for him John says that the bouse was filled with the odor as indeed the church and the world have been filled with the odor of this loving deed When his disciples saw It they had indignation John tells us that Judas jcarlot was the leader and thq mouthpiece of the indignation against Mary The plausible arguments of a positive man wearing a mask of vir tue and speaking In behalf of some of the very principles their Master had enforced had brought some of the disciples into more or less sympathy with his feeling of Indignation It Is easy to see how It might seem a useless waste as some now Imagine that the money spent upon great churches and on foreign missions might better be given to the poor She hath wrought a good work upon me The Greek adjective Implies something more than good a noble an honorable work The spirit which offers precious things simply because they are precious Is a good and just feeling and as well pleasing to God and honorable to men as It Is beyond all dispute necessary to the production of any great work In the kind with which we are at present concerned Costliness Is an external sign of love and obedience It Is not the church we want but the sacrifice not the emotion of admiration but the act of adoration not the gift but the giving The act was even better than her thought It was her last tribute of affection Jesus was at a crisis of his life when it was of the utmost value to him to know that be bad won a place In a human heart This story has been told In every blown tongue and Is now being related in more thaw four hundred dif ferent languages to every great nation on the earth We are told In the Britannlca that the late Dr Septimus Plesse endeavored to show that a certain scale or gamut existed among odors as among sounds taking the sharp smells to correspond with high notes and the Heavy smells with low He assert ed that to properly constitute a bou quet the odors to bo taken should correspond In the gamut like the notes jf a musical chord So tin fragrance from Marys flask of nard Oils the world with a chorus of odors the many forms in which the frcgranco ol her deed has tjen expressed by countless numbers ill Berea College 1910 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach ofall- 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 r So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like r himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress 4a r Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In tho right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons In Farm and HouseholJ Management otc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who havo largely finished common branches The most practical and interesting studlop to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young man J may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Home SciencetACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Evan a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitablo Smalt extra tees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin dor man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modorn methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables ono to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches nocea nary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All tho money re calved from students Is paid out for their benefit and tho School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year moro than he pays tIt This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea In order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of tho young people Our students come tram the best families and ore earnest to do well and Improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents In Beroa live In Collogo buildings ands assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuablo train log and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In Win ter It is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their expenses 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 cllroato is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary The Coopera live Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas sail otbpr necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of beddlns and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week lathe fall and 1150 in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash tug of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring 50 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 onco and Is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for caro of school build- Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction Is a free gift The Incidental Fee for moSt students is 500 a term C In Academy and Normal and 700 In Colic giate courses PAYMENT MUST DE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by tho half term Installments are as follows I FALL Model School VocationalNormal Academy Collegt i Incidental Fee 600 600 1700 Room 660 560 560 Board 7 weeks 943 945 945 =Amount due Sept 14 1910 2005 2105 122 o5 Board for 7 weeks due Nov 2 1910 945 945 948 Total for term 2950 3050 3150 If paid In advance 2900 f3000 Oliot WINTER Incidental Fee 500 600 701 Room 600 600 i 601 bard 6 weeks 900 900 901 Amount due Jan 4 1911 2000 2100 2200 Board for 6 weeks due Feb 15 1911 900 900 901 Total for term 2900 30 00 3100- If paid In advance 2850 2950 3050 SPRING Incidental Fee 500 i 600 700 Room 400 400 400 Board 5 weeks 675 675 676 Amount due March 29 1911 1575 1675 1775 Board for 5 weeks due May 3 1M1 675 675 675 Total for term 2350 2350 2450 If paid In advance 2300 2300 2400 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the 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 the amount which tho student has pail for the remaining weeks of the term I On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term will receive a certificate for onehalf the Incidental fee paid which certificate wilt 6 be received as cash by Berea College on payment of term bills by tho EU dent in person or a brother or sister It presented within four terms 1 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 23 1911 For Information or friendly udvlce write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEto BEREA KENTUCKY I J s LI o I rr Pale EilhtTH CITIZEN kakokokakokokokokokokokoltokokokokokokokokokokokokokoaEast I News You Get Nowhere Else I te u- fo 0 X coneipoBflenc publlihtd ulna intd In tall ly tte Kilter 1 lie tint X 0Isnot for publication bat as as erUenee of rood faith Write plainly JiOtAOtrOt1tg10t1 STUDENTS MUST ENGAGE ROOMS AT ONCE FOR WINTER TERM Every effort Is being made to provide boarding accommodations to tho young people who wish to attend Bcrca the coming winterTerm opening Jan 4 1911 The great number hero this fall and tho unusual number of applicants for the winter show that we shall not be able to provide for all We therefore give notice that no students should come to Beret for the winter term except those who have engaged boarding accom modations through the College Secretary Mr Will C Gamble Write to him at once sending one dollar as a deposit to bo returned when you leave If you return your key books etc all right and tell him what department you wish to enter Students cannot board outside Col lege buildings except with kinsfolk and by special permission JACKSON COUNTY HUGH Hugh Oct 1C Peopl6 of this vici nity are about thru cutting corn Sherman Powell Is making sorghum Elton Abrahams and sister Clem mie are visiting relatives Ches ter Parks and Elizabeth Hale of Kingston were visiting R I Hates Saturday and Sunday Mrs Jane I Sparks and Mrs Alice Benge and son Johnnie are visiting their children m i Hamilton Ohio The Rev Mr Mob ley filled his regular appointment Saturday and SundayICarico 800 cross ties on the last tide Orbln Smith was the guest of Mrs and Mr S R Roberts Saturday and Sunday The infant son of S RRoberts is Improving Messrs James and Dan Lucas are in our vicinity buying cat tleold Uncle James Lear is in very poor health The school is progress Ing nicely at Old Bendv Willie Gab bards wire Is very low with fever p James Hundley and wife were tho s guests or Mr and Mrs J F Roberts SundayThe infant child of Lear is not improving Mrs MaryI Cole and Sarah Wilson have see Mrs Deerao Wilson and little Robert who is very low at Hamilton ODella Colo has gone to Hamilton where she expects to live in the future lRIVTT Prlvett Oct 16Last Saturday and Sunday regular church services were held at Oak Orove Died at his home on Black Water John Vickers UoI leaves a wife children and a host of friends and relatives to mourn his I sympaIthyAustin Madden who has been so long is slowly improving Mr and I Mrs Blllle Smith who have been I willibethe 29th of this month Bob York who has been visiting home folks in I Boyle County has returned to Prlvett Wllgus Flanery of Greenhall attend ed church at Oak Grove Sunday Bobbie Bowles has been visit ing friends in London for the last weekPeople are all about thru fod der pulling and making sorghum TVNEIl Tyner Oct 16Farmers are about all done sowing wheatMaud Hamil ton who has been visiting at Win Chester has returned home Sorghum j making is the Issue of the day Lucy U Ottobs 0k0710tIDt10tgOt10t10t1071DY Vaughn has gone to Bcrea to be awa until Christmas J M Morgan has bought a farm from W K Jones and is beginning to build a house He wants to be ready to move by the 101 of NovemberMary Morris has goon to Lincoln County to spend the Fall with her sister Mrs Walter Canon Mr and Mrs R D Jones and family and Mr Elias Simpson and family of Viva were visiting in Tyner and vicinity from Friday until Tues dayold Aunt Toumy Stubblefield has gone to make her home with her brother F C Jones of VlvnMr and Mrs Charlie Moore were visiting in Welchburg SundayIsaac Bowles is slowly improving George Behlmer of Owsley County was visiting in Vaughntown Saturday night- GRAYIIAWK Grayhawk Oct 18All are busy now sowing wheat James Brumbach sold fortythree acres of land to Levi Browning for 250 Mr Browning JX pects to move to his new home in the near futureMr and Mrs Frank Spurlock are the proud parents of a fine boy born recently Mr and Mrs G W Tincher are also rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boyH L Brumbach has returned from Hamil ton 0 with a badly bruised hand It was hurt while working in one of the factories there The Rev llarvey Johnson preached two very Interest- Ing sermons at Grayhawk this week Mrs Lizzie Bingham Is visiting her son J B Bingham for the first time In six years Claud McIntosh has recently moved to the property of W n Engle and is still in the stave and tie business for Jas B Hall ot Lex IngtonEvery one has completed his work of sorghum making and fodde- rIcg1he stave mill of Tate and Gol den burned down the 4th The loss was heavy and some damage was dotty to other things around the mill PARROT Parrot Oct 16A largo crowd at tended church at Letter Box Saturday and Sunday Services were con ducted by the Revs Messrs Johnston ilulllns and DurhamMrs Maggie Mullins of Brush Creek is visiting tier brother G W Fields Mr and Mrs Lewis Gabbard and baby of McKee attended church at this place Sunday Mrs Willie Oabbard has been sick for tho last few days with fever Mr Mass Matthews and family of Island Creek have moved to this vicinity Mr and Mrs Sam Settles visited their daughter Mrs nlgbtIwas here on business last Monday Yank Gabbard made a business trip to Annvlllo recently Pheo Hellard end brother George left last Monday sna drumming trip to Pulaski and other counties KVERQBEEn Evergreen Oct SDen Drew who ras badly cut on election day is lowly ImprovingMrs Jan Martin eems to be getting along very well Corn crops in this county are fairly good Mr and Mrs Nick Rose went to Richmond last week the tatter being operated on for appendicitis She Is getting along nicely Judge iunsford of Dreyfus passed through here last week on business Frank lose is selling out and is to move to Berea to educate his children ROCKCASTLE COUNTY OOOC11LAKD Goochland Oct SElder A C Griffith preached at Sycamore last Sunday He also closed a series of meet- Ings at Clmax Sunday nightH K Morris is building a chimney for WI A Phillips Pollio McCollum and 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 pricesIAddress T J OSBORNE Beret Ky t Pearl Morris of Horse Lick were the guests of Stella Sparks of Gooch land Sundayowen Allen and faml ily returned from Oklahoma Wednes dayFrank Morris attended tho Teachers Association last week Amos McCollum ban returned from Hamilton OhloW S Jones who got his eye put out somo time ago is slowly improving Born to Mr and Mrs J L Jones a twelve pound boy the 6th Stella Sparks attended the association at Sand Gap Saturday Jas Sexton of Climax and R II Phillips of this place were at Brindle Ridge on business Friday Born to Joe Johnson and wife a flue glrlIThere will bo preaching ot SundayAlex Johnson has returned homo from Hamilton Ohio Mrs K Lake Is visiting her daughter Mrs Jack Jones of this place Forest Brockman passed thru on his way to Horse Lick Saturday Ho has been up North to British Columbia 11OONB Boone Oct 17The infant child dieIIInbrought here Thursday and laid to rest at Falrvlew Tho bereaved parents have our deepest sympathy I Ellen Poynter is sick There are ovoral cases of mumps In this vlci nltyMr and Mrs II T were visiting relatives In ChasteenI County Saturday and small child ot Mr and Mrs Marlon lhasteen is quite 1IlD Riddle of Brindle Ridge was In Boone one day ast weekJ J Wren visited relatives In Madison County one day ast weekGeo Bratcher and Andrew Martjn went to Mt Vernon Monday on business Mrs Nora Wren of Winchester is visiting her Qother Mrs Mattie Gadd near RockfordMr and Mrs Dave Grant I visited relatives near Clear Creek SundayW J Lambert is the pine grove near Fairview havingI fencedM Chasteon is nice house built near Snider Edna keep losing theirs yourself doubting waiting being being good thoughts spoken winnings again breathe Except minute seconds worth McClure visiting friends week Lydia Levett visiting relatives friends in County Marlon Poynter ing her ORLANDO Orlando Oct 17The of Julius Robinson 111Mra Maggie Mullins relatives in Jackson County Repport Thursday Friday making sorghum in vicinity Regular services chapel Decker has visiting daughter Edgar Singleton has returned to in Hamilton OMlsses Robinson Singleton Carrie Robinson to dnyone of Smiths best Saturday passen Nearly of of Orlando working Farmer calling merchants Thursday Citizen agent Sunday PAINT infant Thomas PIgg suddenly during church services night Carters Baptist church unknown months remains to Wallaces cemetery extend sympathy bereaved family Thomas Hornsby united marriage Tuesday evening October 12 of the Creech who ftlcatcd Their many friends in wishing them happy Tommie Bollard of known in this vicinity burled In Richmond cemetery LESLIE COUNTY NOTE The Citizens general agent Ned McIIone whose picture we published few weeks whom wo commended to our friends is now to enter practically toIsubscribers and strangers and wo ask hearty welcome WOOTON Oct 17 Wilson Lewis merchant of this place Olllo ner of Laurel County married Wednesday Bailey officiating Dan McKlnneys funeral was preach ed at place last Sunday largo crowd attended McKinney was soldier in Civil fought the of his country pleasant vocal music around the grave of tho slumbering old sohllir 1The people proud the the editor of Citizen has taken against Democratic editors who are criticising tho nomination Caleb Powers congress The Cltt has tho lead community We College in county now it being destroyed by fire A number of students will expected enter school at Berea Our county Is dotted common school houses which are surrounded by beautiful play grounds bright up turned faces of the future citizens and rulers of country CHAriiu1 Chappell 11Every body is attending court nowJohn Gabbard and Beck Mitchell married Sat urdayE North having trouble Some of the boys are trying their escape from tho sherlftL L Lewis Is his way Hydoa where he Intends to I IF RUDYARD KIPLING If yqu can your head when aU about you Are and blnmlnfIt you If you can trust doubt you Hut make allowance for their too you can wait and be by about dont deal In lies hated dont give to hating And yet dont too nor talk too wise you can dream and not make dreams your matter you can thinkand not make your aim If can meet with Triumph and Disaster And treat those to Impostors the same If can to hear the truth youve Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools Or watch the things you gave your life to broken And stoop and build em up wornout i If rou can make one heap of all And risk It on one turn of And lose and start pllchandtossIAnd never a word you can force heart and nerve and sinewITo serve turn are And so on when there Is nothing Will which says to them Hold K you can talk crowds and keep your virtue with Kings nor lose the common touch If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt If all men but none too much i v If y u can fill the unforgiving With sixty of distance run Yours Is and everything thats In It Andwhich Is moreyoull be a Man my son I is and rel atives tills and Madi son is visit home folks Mrs Jane Gay vis ited sister Mrs Margaret Sims last week Infant child Mr and Mrs Is very is vis iting week Ruth of Gap thisI and with Miss SingletonEvery one Is busy this are to be held at tho SundayMrs who boon her Mrs Tier home Anna T and went New Hope Sun H L cows was killed by A fast ger train all the boys are near Paris W M was on hero last The passed thru here last GARRARD COUNTY LICK Paint Lick Oct 16The child of Mr and Mrs died last Saturday at the vllle The cause is threo Tho were laid rest in Chapel We our heart felt tho Eden and Laura were in last at the home Rev J join a long and life Uncle one the oldest and best citizens died Oct 11 and was the 4 EDITORIAL Mr a ago and all then a field now all our us well for him a Wooton a and Tur wAro H this A Mr a the War and for flag There was are of The nj for ron in this have this largo or aw to with neat and dotted with this Oct were B is with his stock to make on to stay for By on If not tired lied Or way If Just bear tools at If your your long after they hold in the on with Or walk count with is next M Age to no some tmeW Asher was here Saturday looking for cattle Pete Pen nlngton was hero on business recently M C Shall and R M Wilson are In a law suit over sawing lumber It Is claimed that Mr Shell had taken a contract for two hundred thousand feet and has now refused to fulfill it Mr Wilson has brought suit for eight hundred dollarsD M Wilson was in town on business recently ESTILL COUNTY LOCUST UIIANCH Locust Branch Oct 17 Cynthia BIcknell who has been in Oklahoma for the last two years Is back home a I galnMrs Durbin of Panola Is vla iting with her daughter Mrs Ells Barker Bessie BIcknell who has beer very sick Is improving Nettle Az bill and Sammie Denney were marri ed at the homo of the bride They expect to make their home there1t is reported that in a fist tIght be tween Mrs B Isaacs and Mr Davo Wllllco the latter received three broken ribs and is now contlncd to his bcdllo hauling and saw mill log is the principal occupation hero now Several people went to the sale at Clark Johnsons last Satur dayMost people are done cutting tobaccoour school had a picnic m the mountain near the school house last Tuesday All had a good time reciting pieces singing songs and gathering nuts I WAGKKSVILL- EWagersvllle Oct 17 Mesdames A B and J B Kelley visited relatives I on Dug Hill from Friday until Sun dayMaude Park Is visiting relatives In FrankfortElla Park was tho guest of Katherlno Wagers Sunday Mr and Mrs Ambrose Wilson were the guests of the latters parents Mr and Mrs Jeff Wagers Sunday Dr J P Sutton and Dave Wagers visited Dr Suttons parents at Beatty vlllo from Friday till Sunday El der Peele will preach at the Wagers Made by BEREA ROLLER MILLS ANDREW ISAACS Prop L vllle school house Monday and Tues day nights Everybody invited Mi and Mrs Wade Park were tho guest of Mr and Mrs Horace Warford 8u- idayJ M Edwards is slckMary Mahaffy and Frank Park of Irvin were tho guests of Edith Fowler Sunday CLAY COUNTY ONE ILA Oneida Oct IGlIello citizens coming again Weather has boos very unfavorable in this communltj tho last few days Everybody has been trying to save fodder In this community tho last two weeks L M Henslcy is very busy drumming nowadays Burncy flumes Is out drumming this week Ho has a tins line of farmers supplies Jerry Burns will be very busy in his small broom factory as soon as broom- corn gets ripe John D Cress was In town last week repairing watches and clocks Thoro has been an epidemic of typhoid fever In this county with some few deaths Rev Join A Burns has gone to Lexington and other points of Kentucky to attest to religious affairs Hugh and Grant Combs have put up a stock of gro eerie in the now Postofflco build returnedIbeen working in tobaccoThe sec ond baseball team of this place played Crane Creek last Saturday The score was 4 to G in favor of Oneida Bllllo Ledford of this place Is very ill with typhoid L D Sandlln Is going to try a crop of wheatTht school boys have lately started ur the Burns Literary Society which will continue until next IayJ will rlneI off for this time with best wisher for The Citizen IIUIININO SPRINGS Burning Springs Oct liJTho pcoI pie of this place were steady sur prised this morning to hear that Mrs Reuben McDaniels had died during the night Sho had been 111 with typhoid and was convalescent when Ihoj took a relapse and died so suddenly This Is tho sixth person who has tak en the much dreaded disease from using water from an infected well In our town Mrs Jack Rawllugs neo Desilo Brown tho first one to have It is dangerously 111 tier mother Mrs Sida Drown who teaches InI Owsloy County has been called lack Rawllngs her husband Is also suffering from a relapse of typhoid Almost tho entire family ot Isaac Uornsby on Laurel Creek are having typhoid Robert Clarkston ot Radars Lrtek has had a severe attack of li insy James Clarkston has moved tiH family to the old homestead on Rader Stephen Clarkston the pop ular onaimei hIllS traded his span of Rules for a good saddle horsoMr Hacker and cousin Ida Robinson ot todnyI10 medical college Hiram Lunsiord if Midway Ky spent a week vlslUng Us aged mother Mrs Bottle Luns lord and other 4rlendeMrs Henry Hornsby Is visiting friends over Jn Crane CreekThe K P Jodgef Drano had a very pleasant picnic last Friday Joseph Rawllngs and family are visiting at his fatherinlaws J i Porters of DengeDr Roberts and Brother Sam Webb spent a few days sickIJI ness Congregation Invite their friends to meet with them for services In heir church every Sunday at ten n m Their Sunday school Is at two 1- 1mThe Union Sunday school meets at the Chapel at nine thirty every SundayOWSLEY COUNTY TUAVKLLKHS KKttT Travelers Rest Oct 15 Emily Wit ion and Chester Flanery were mar- led Thursday Oct lithVora Bot icr add W II Brewer were married Oct 10thC E White has accepted a position with a lumber company ant will movo to tho mills near Jackson In a few daysC T Gabbard Alex Uclntlre Jas McQueen S P Cau dill and A J Creech have Just ru urned from Lexington where they mvo been attending the Grand Lodged the I 0 0 F and report an en oyablo time Isaac Richardson and wife are visiting relatives and friends soroDella Plerijon of Richmond Is visiting relatives and friends near ore this week Continued on fifth page 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 IKy PUBLIC SALE OF LAND As executors of Curtis F Burnam deceased we will offer for sale at public auction a tract ot about one tentedI Crook in Estill County The land is ono mllo from Panola a station on tho L A It It and fronts the Panola and Locust Branch road and area Mill road and la about 13 miles from Richmond and about 9 miles from Irvine It Is bounded on the North by the lands of Robert SouthIKindred and on tho West by Robert Lakes Tho sale will tako place on tho premises beginning at 1100 o cock on Saturday October the 29th 1910 and possession will bo given on the 1st day of January 1911 Terms of Sale The land will bo sold on tho fol lowing credits One third Jan 1 1911 ono third Jan I 1912 and ono third Jan 1 1913 tho two last payments to bear Interest at tho rate of six per cent per annum from Jan 1 1911 and are to bo secured by lien reserved In deed The purchaser will bo required to give good personal security for payment duo Jan 1 1911 at which time deed will be made and possession given This Is a good farm well watered and productive land A R T S Durham Exs of C F Burnam PUBLIC SALE OF LAND At 10 oclock Thursday Nov 3rd 1910 I shall offer for sale on tho promises near Bobtown two tracts of land both well watered Tho larger consisting of 100 acres has a good dwelling barn etc Forty acres of this tract are under cultivation tho remainders In small Umber The small tract is all under cultivation Both tracts are continent to schools and churches For further particulars address J R Crcekmoro Mote Kentucky SALESMEN WANTED to look after our interest in Madison and adja cent counties Salary or Commission Address The Victor 011 Company Cleveland Ohio i tillS MIIg or lstelnr ut trust WT Men Of Character l Men who really care about their appearance always select Shield Brand Clothing Style fit and individuality are all combined to produce I that air of distinction which marks the well dressedman Not too extreme not too conservative butlust right for men of discrimination Shield Brand Suits and l Overcoats stand for the best wortmanshipthe best fabrics the best style ever produced for the prices 1000 the Lowest 2000 the Highett We are always glad to youW R ENGLE Cray Hawk Kentucky lansm IHIUPHCQ wi UNKr I