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MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, The Citizen Mo-ujntai- n 2 Knowledge is paver and the way to keep up with stodera knowledge Is to read a good newspaper. People Ono Dollar a year. Vol. XIII. OCTOBER 6, 1011 No. 14 GOOD SHOES GOOD SERVICE ) . BURSTS DEMOCRATIC WIND BAG. LexingPrcsi-den- The Oivensboro Messenger, the Courier Journal nnd Tho Banking Mail ton Horald have been making much out of the fact thnt tho t of tbe Kentucky DiHtillern Association, Col. J, W. McCulloch, a member of tho Itopublicnn State Executive Committee, has been made chnirmnn of tho Financo Bureau of tho Campaign Committee Tho following' is Judgo O'Renr's justification of the selection mado by tho committee and dofonse of himself, as quoted in tho Courier Journal from his speech mndoat Paducah immediately after the Democratic Press had made the discovery of this supposed cam paigu thunder: ( Once you get an idea of DOUGLAS SHOES quality and service we confidently count on your return for more. DOUGLAS SHOES are better because they arc better made. There is polish and refinement to them. When a customer wants real character in his shoes it is a satisfaction to show him DOUGLAS SHOES. We have opened up our fall line and have them in all the newest styles. "Mr. McCulloch Is n member of tho Republican Stnto Kxucutive Commltteo elected by tho Republicans of tbe Second District, where I do not live nnd have no vote. As n member of that Committee ho Is a member, of tho State Campaign Committee. The Stnto Campaign Committee has seen proper to organize nn Auxiliary Committee for tho First and Second dlntrlcts and Mr. McCulloch Is mndu n member. Ho was made the chairman (of the Finnnco liureati) with my knowledge and bis business Is to help collect funds enough, if hecnti got thorn from tho Republicans who live in these two districts, to par tho legitimate expenses of an organization of theCnmpnlgn Commltteo to got out tbe Republican vote, to pay tho way to tho pollH of the poor, the lame, tho halt, nnd tbe blind, who can't get there of their own means. Now, If thnt Is wrong wo aro wrong It Is up to you to say. It la also to defray theexpetiHOMtf speaker, except thoso who nro candidates, to pay the hotel dills of tho committee nnd the postago nnd tho printing nnd the advertising, to pay for the music nnd tho renting of opera houses", etc. I don't know what you o, To The Public: "Banking by mail" is quite satisfactory with those living at some distance from our bank. The advantages of banking by mail are saving of time and convenience. Our bank exercises the greatest care in handling your business with exactness and despatch, acknowledging all remittances on the day that they are received by us. You receive a statement of your receipts and expenditures whenever you ask for it, as this bank does your FINANCIAL bookkeeping free of charge. Communicate with us and we will be glad to ' talk this over. Berea Bank & Trust Co. ANDREW ISAACS, Pre. J. W. STEPHENS, JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier. VIce-Pre- s. R. R. COYLE CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE I Bdltioriali. N4s of Week. Ia Oar Qwn SUte. Kentucky Library Association. SECOND PAGE. first page tho two clubs white and green of tho Prlscllla, and pink and white of tho Clio being everywhere In evidence. Central 'News. Waij la' Europe. Flotfd In Pennsylvania. Kaj'keU, ', THIRD PAOE Banjay School Louon. Ce&tiaued Story. FOURTH rAGE Locals. FIFTH PAOE Mr. McLaren leaves Bcrca. Union Church Rally Services. Olfts to tho Hospital. Interesting Letters. SIXTH rAGE Announcements. Itoaworth'B record on Temperance. 8 EVE NTH PAOE Bpi'vorth's record on Temperance (continued.) Home Town Helps. Sermon Man's Capacity only Limit. EIOHTII PAGE Eastern Kentucky News. Editorial Revolt In tho Seventeenth. RECEPTION BY WOMEN'S CLUBS The chief features of tho evening were addresses by Mrs. Smith on tho work of tho clubs In the state, and by Mrs. Martin on Household Economics. Refreshments consisting of punch and wafers were served. The visiting Ladles are: Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Smith, Prestdont, of Richmond, Mrs. Isabellu Shepherd and Mrs. A. M. Spears of Colngton, Mrs. Georgo Klounsy of Paducah, Mrs. Given Hu-d- y of Henderson, Mrs. Jos. A Leech of Louisville, Mrs. John Thlxtcn of Owcnsboro, Mrs. Lafon Rlker and Miss Hardin, of Hardlnsburg, Mrs. Clarence Martin of Louisville, Mrs. McDowell of Danville and Miss Fan-nl- o C. Rawson and Miss Robecca G. Averlll of Frankfort Tho reception of tho clubs was a fitting Introduction to tho scries of meetings of tho Kentucky Library Association which begins In Berea today. aro Tho presidents of tho clubs Mrs. S. It. Haker, tho I'rlscllla, and Mrs. W. H. Porter, tho Clio. KENTUCKY LIBRARY ASSOCIATION think about it. "Now, be Is askrd to do that. He has not sought nor received Instructions from me, but I nin going to glvo him Koine right hero tonight; I am going to Instruct him, if there is any doubt about what bo Is going to do. Do not, Mr. McCulloch, recelro nninglo dollar of contribution from any distiller In Kentucky. (Applause) If wo can't win this race without putting ourselves under obligation to the people who have such largo concern In Huspending tho Constitution of Kentucky, as they have done for twenty years, don't you dare place mo under such obligations to air In tores t of that kind, not because It Is tho whiskey Interest, but because It is any kind of interest which is con- -' cerned In suspending the Constitution of Kentucky. "Now, Inm going to put to Mr. Woodson (of the Owens-borMessenger) nnd his candidates a proposition, too, In nubile. I will say that our Campaign Commltteo shallpub-lls- li under oath, nnd their books shall bo subject to inspection. overy dollar contributed nnd howmuch.andshow-fngliowltwa- s used, tin days before the election, if they will do the same thing. (Great Applause.) That-Iour platform, thnt Ih what we stand for.' (Ap-platmn s IN A OUR OWN STATE NEWS OFJE WEEK After this declaration, if they can get any consolation out of this matter, let them have it if this ia the stuff their campaign thunder is made of, let it thunder. Judge O'Rear has declared that he is not, has not been, and will not bo put under any obligation to tbe liquor or any other power interested in suspending the constitution, and Mr. McCulloch is directed not to receive contributions from distillers or others that expect to influence, compromise or control him in any way; and now if Mr. McCulloch wishes to stay on tho committee under these circumstances, and solicit funds for the avowed purpose of throttling his the whisky business, let him stay, and solicit. If the Democrats can make political capital out of this, they are welcome to it; but let them show their own colors by meeting Judgo O'Rear's challenge to publish the names of the contributors to their campaign funds. THE ONE MAN CAMPAIGN Are the moral forces of the State as interested in the enforcement of the law and the triumph of righteousness, the suppression of crime, ns the corporations in the advancement of their business f Are tbe temperance forces as interested in the cause which they have espoused, tbo suppression and limiting of the whiskey traffic, as the liquor forces are in the enlargement of their business, and increasing tbe black territory in the state? If they are, let them show it as tho corporations show their in terest; ns tho liquor business shows its interest let them pay for it. A candidato who announces himself a friend or secretly lets it be known that he is a friend of the Interests, does not lack for campaign funds both for legitimate and illegitimate purposes. Those for whom ho works in whose interests he conducts his campaign supply the funds. Thoy do it for the Immunity promised their business. It pays them to do it. Judge O'Rear has espoused the cause of morality, of temperance, of righteousness, of law and order. He is not asking for contributions from the lawless elements or from corporations who seek immunity for their business. Those for whom he works, the temperance forces and the moral forces of the state, should not be niggardly in their support. They should contribute to the campaign funds and contribute liberally, tciVi no obligation ti;toerf upon the candidate but that they are to enforce the laws and enforce them Tho Kentucky Library Association, Interesting dithering at Boone Tavern announcement of whoso meetings was mado last week, will hold Its first Riven A delightful reception was session this nfternoon at 3:00 In tho at Jloono Tavorn, yesterday evening Chattel. The evening session at 7:30 at 7:30 by tho Prlscllla and Clio will bo held In tho Main Chapel. Af- Clubs In honor of Mrs. Thomas Jeftor tho closo of tho evening Besslon ferson Smith of Itlchmond. Preal-de- tho members of tho Association and Kentucky Federation of of tho Invited guests will attend n reception Women's Clubs. nt tho President's House given by tho tf5. Smith, accompanied by a num-VPresident and Mrs. Frost. ladles prominent In Club clr-Tho Association will bo largoly from ovcry quarter of tho state, by tho visiting ladles of Korea on the noon train arrived In tho Federation of Women's Clubs and "and with her party was Immediately tho Indications aro thnt tho attenddriven to tho Tavern. In tho after- ance otherwlso will bo large. Tho conducted by Mrs. noon thoy woro public Is cordially Invited to tho on Morrow DInsmore and Miss sessions of tho Association. g trips about tho various several For details ns to tho program Beo college, most of thu tlmo being given last week's Issue of Tho Citizen. to tho Flresldu Industries and the various Industrial features. NOMINATED FOR REPRESENTATIVE Tho reception was an exceedingly interesting affair, not only tho memAt a mass convontlon held In Itlchbers of tho two clubs being present, mond, Monday, Mr. Wright Kelley of Horea was nominated by acclamation but many of Uielr closest friends. Tho parlors of tho Tavern were as tho Republican standard bearer tastily docoroted with goldeurod, red for Ropresentatlvo In tho next Legia- Continue on fifth Pag.) dahlias and asparagus, tho colors of nt cf sight-seein- rigidly. Will they do it or will it be the same in Judge O'Rear's case as others? Will he have to say, "If I had fought the battles of the Interests, I should have been liberally supported but siuce I nm fighting the battles of the people, of the moral forces of the commonwealth, of the temperance forceB, I must do it alone and in the case of many unsupported." The Democratic Press is taunting Judge O'Rear and saying that he is fighting a one mau campaign. Let us make this untrue. Let us make it, indeed and in truth, a people's campaign. Let every man enlisted in the cause of righteousness do something, contribute something, and do it at once. The sooner tho righteous forces of tbe state begin to foot the campaign bills, the soouer will tho temptations on the part of candidates to look to the Interests for support be removed. Campaign of Ridicule; Will It Win? War May be Brought to a Speedy End Criminality In Bell An Indictment Great Railroad Strike President Continues His Western Journey of the Blue Grass Farmer ReportHero of Santiago Dies' Suddenly ed Confession of Wendllng. Madero Elected Senatorial InvestRESORTING TO RIDICULE igationMrs. Roosevelt Hurt The A purist and an idealist are somo Pope Breaks a Foolish Tradition. . of tho terras hurled at Judgo O'Rear Ito WAR MAY END SOON by his opponents. It Is held to Tho conflict between Italyyand bomethlng reprehensible that any ho Turkev nvr- tho rlehts of tho Ital declare should that one the standard ians in Tripoli, which wo forecasteS wants to raise of morality In tho state and last week, and tho declaration and that If he is elected ho will try progress of which is recounted on anto do It that ho will endeavor to other page of this Issue, is likely purify politics, that he will resist the to be of short duration and practicLegislative lobby, that ho will with- ally bloodless. There aro many rumstand tbe forces that are nullifying ors of the bombardment of Tripoli the constitution. The arguments used and engagements between the opposagainst the Republican candidate aro ing fleets as well as tho occupation strong testimonials to his Integrity by the Italians of somo European and worth, and tho methods of bis Turkish ports. But there are as opponents In endeavoring to discredit many denials, and but one thins seems certain that the Italians have htm are glaring proofs of the weakness of their itosltlon the extremity occupied Tripoli with practically no opposition. The hopes of a speedy terto' which they aro driven. mination of hostilities are based upBELL COUNTY'S RECORD and An editorial In tho Plneville Sun on tho mediation of Germany of Sept. 15th is responsiblo for the England. They aro said to be urging appalling declaration that there are Turkey to concede tho Italian deseventy persons dead In that county, mands Italian suzerainty over the tho victims of the knife and pistol, In territory of Tripoli for which a one year, and that tho last year. The money Indemnity is to be given, it Sun suggests that it is time for the is thought that tho Turks will acpooplo of the mountains to begin agi- quiesce la this demand. tating for the prevention of crime as GREAT INDUSTRIAL WAR well as for political reforms. It would An Industrial war which may bo be Interesting to know what tin far more serious than the war becourts hnve done with the murderers tween the Turks and Italians was Inof these seventy persons. augurated, Sept. 30th, In the United thousand THE BLUE GRASS FARMER States when twenty-fiv- e In an article In the Lexington Her- employees of tho Harrlmau Railroad ald by Sherman II. Stivers, Oct. 2nd, lines went on a strike. Tho public It is said that only two Fayette Co. Is about as much confused as to tho farmers attended the Farmers' Insti- merits of the contending forces In tute, held In Lexington, recently, and this warfare as It was over the It Is declared that thoy think they causes of the strife between tho two know too much to waste their time foreign nations. Both sides of this In going to hear a lecture on better conflict are said to be confident of farming methods. In Lexington they victory and determined to win. So spend their time instead on Cheap far no serious damage has been dono Sldo talking politics. In the face of to property by the strikers and no this supposed knowledge this writer lives have been lost, though there says that nothing is so plain to a have been a few conflicts. The strike casual observer as tho ignoranco of affects the Union Pacific, the Souththe farmer regarding tho practical ern Pacific and the Illinois Central iiclence of farming. Railroads, and extends from Chicago to New Orleans on the South and WENDLING CONFESSES It Is reported that Joseph Wendling, San Francisco on tho west convicted last Nov. of tho murder of PRES. TAFT IN THE WEST llttlo Alma Kellncr and sentenced to President Taft is continuing his tho Penitentiary for life, has con- campaign In the West nnd Is everyfessed to the prlBon authorities that where received with great favor. ho helped to dispose of tho body of Through most of the week ho has the llttlo girl. Further admissions are been in Nebraska, and at Lincoln, nt expected. a luncheon given by the Commercial HUNTING UNLAWFUL NOW Club, was welcomed by Sir, Bryan, From Sept, 15th to Nov. 15th Is a who proposed the President's health tlmo when the Innocent creatures of "In tho beverago upon which tbo Alfield and forest may rest In peaco It mighty has set tho seal of his approthe statutes concerning hunting In val." The President and Mr. Bryan had Kentucky are enforced or if the a pleasant chat together, Mr. Talt law Is obeyed, it being In violation giving Mr. Bryan credit for suggestof tho law to kill any sort of game, ing on important clause In tho Inter- (Continued on rK Five) (ContlnufJ on I'gc Five) A Weight is a is a is a rnce Quality i Difference! Duterence r Difference J : Combine the thrce WELCH'S . tle meaning d'u.hav of i ( ' and "Save the Difference" 1 Pace Two THE CITIZEN (THE GOLDEN Ky. i October IS 5, 1911 The Citizen A family COLLEGE FOOTBALL 3EASON HAS BEGUN. When the Garnet Wilt Be Played Boy Are Full of Vim. The newspaper for all that li right irue and Intereitlng. every Thuredny ftl (Incorporated) , WAR DECLARED TURKS' FLEET DESTROYED FLOOD HORROR AT AUSTIN, PA. J'Mlhnt DAYS OF BEREA PUBLISHING CO. J. P. Faulkner, Editor ard Manager. DROUGHT TO MIND BY SOME ONE OF MOST VIVID RECOL LECTION, Subscription Rates One year HI I PAYAIILC IN ADVAXCB. 00 , HI S4 uULUtiULLlUN IU LAKUh AMOUNT i Months Threo Month Mary vllle College at Lexington; October 7, University of Cincinnati nt Cincinnati; October 14, Hutlcr Collego at Indianapolis; October 21, date landing; October 28, Georgetown College at Lexington; November 4, vacant by cancellation of Weslcyan game; November 10, Morris Harvey MBMIIKR OP Collego at Lexington; November 18, State 1'iilverslty at I.exlngtoii: No- man empire. The Turkish ambassador was given vember 30, Central University at his passports by tho Italian govern mont nt the hour wnr was declared, Central October 7 Kentucky at Danville; October 12, Han- Ills government had Instructed him over nt Danville; Ortober 21, Vander-bil- l to demand them, nnd tho papers were KENTUCKY rilKAS ASSOCIATION. nt Nashville; October 2S, Hose mado out when the cry "Avantl Sa Polytechnic at Louisville; November vola" went up In the streets nnd CAUSE AND EFFECT. A St. Louis man committed suicld 4, University of Tennessee at Knox-vllle- ; crowds began to parade the Italian because his wife was too affectionate. November II, Southwestern flag past tho Turkish embassy. Brandenburg. Jules Grlffee, a prom la other words, she loved hlin to In n conference that continued foi forces. inent farmer, was shot and killed by Presbyterian University at Danville; death. The principal streets of Naples, Tn- Oph Young, who then killed himself November 18, North Carolina A. and 40 minutes the Turkish charge d'af with the same shotgun he used on M. at Halelgh; November 23, George- faires Informed Marquis di San Gull ranto and Syracuse, when expedition An Akron (O.) man was found walk Qriffee. Young was recently fined $30 town College at Danville; November lano, Italian minister for foreign nf ary corps embarked for Tripoli, wero awares. ing In his sleep with baby in his Hiding tho crest of the flood was n when he was charged with a statutory 30, Transylvania University at Lex fairs, that Turkey had decided not nileu with madly cheering crowds. arms. That's our notion of a model offense. Grlffee was to oppose the landing of troops by Women nrc garlanding soldiers with hugo nift of hoav logs, picked up the principal wit ington. husband! Georgetown flowers, throwing kisses and giving from tho llnyless Pulp and Paper Co.'s College October 7, Italy at Tripoli. ness In the case nnd Young swore that He expressed tho hope that should other evidences of delirious Joy over mill by the rushing water. This hugo Ixington High School nt George he would get revenge. A physician flndc that there Is an town; October 14, Hanover College nt troops be landed, Turkish subjects In the reported successes of the Italian battering ram sept down from tlm other standard life prolonger sauer Trlfoll would be spared tho humllhv arms on land nnd sen. Hanover, Ind.; October 21, Louisvill hilts nnd hurled Itself through tho very BY LIGHTNING. kraut The discovery was made In High School at Georgetown; October tlon of treatment usually accorded heart of the town, knocking buildings, Peace Measures. conquered people. Cincinnati. 28, Transylvania at Georgetown; NoIloston, Mass. A telegram request shops and houses down like Owensboro. Thomas Sallee Is dead Admiral Aubrey has been placed vember 4. Stnte University i.t George Ing tho United Sintt-government to nnd crushing Inmates Into unrecognizA London girl smoked a calabash and lien Crabtree Is In a precarious town; November 17, Hethcl College at In command of the entire land and able shaien. plpo on the streets of that city. And condition ns the result of lightning Georgetown; November 2.1, Central sea forces of Italy tn Its campaign to tender Its friendly offices to Italy and Flee In Mad Ruth to Hills. Turkey, with a view to preventing having struck a barn where they were still they say over there that Ameri end Turkish suzerainty In northern engaged in hanging tobacco. Sallee University at ranvllle; November further hostilities, was sent to Secre A few managed lo escnpo to tho hills can girls are forward. College at Huntington, W Africa. fell to the ground and had his neck Marshall Acting under orders from the mln tary of State Knox by tho officers ol In n mad rush with household nnl Va. icnls. A brief word, received by the Ister of marina the Italian fleets have the Massachusetts Peace society. "AYlatrlce" Is the new word for tho broken by the fail, but Crabtree man The appeal Is "In the name of hu telephone operator in tlm center of the begun to sweep the Mediterranean woman aviator. As thcro Is only ono aged to retain his hold to the rafters. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. at manity and out of respect for law," town, told of tho oncoming, landed so far we needn't bother our heads Two fine horses driven by Crabtree, and troops have been and suggests reference of tho differ rush' of water and debris. She had Tripoli. about what tho plural of "avlatrlco which were hitched in the barn, were Lexington. Tho Kentucky grand ences between Italy nnd Turkey to the hardly started to spread tho warning killed by the bolt. Italian cruisers have established lodges of the Knights of Pythias and complete blockade of the African Hague Court of Arbitration provided when It came, nnd sho died at her Pythian Sisters elected the grand offi coasL MURDER MYSTERY. Forty? years ago this fall a cow tn Cruisers aro also patrollng they can not In adjusted by diplo Int. n heroine. cers for the ensuing year as follows the coasts of Albania, Macedonia nnd macy. "Chicago kicked over a lamp and True Figures Not Yet Known. Grand chancellor, Harry A. Scho-bert- Syria to guard against nny Moslem War Will Be Short. Falmouth. The body of Elijah burned the town down. It has, how- It Is estimated that of tho C7T Versailles; grand vice chancel uprising against Europeans. Ilerlln.--Ther- e Is nn impression In , every picked up remarkably well ever Wood was found on the farm of Mrs. houses In the village COO have been C. Carter, Covington f Uarbaria Klee, milo south of lor, George since. Thousands of troops have cm diplomatic circles that the war will swept nwny. Nearly all wero dwellgrand prelate, II. L. McLean, Wilmore this city. He came to town nnd mys barked on 40 transports for Tripoli, be nf short duration. The big banks ings, nnd It Is fnlr to presume that at Within ten minutes after landing In teriously disappeared, and his friends grand keeper of records and seal. This expeditionary fnrco will be un profess to havo Information that It Jr least one person "as In each of them. now virtually over. The truth of this Now York a Toledo citizen had been and relatives could get no clew as to w. carter, Lexington; grand master der command of General Cancva, This would bring tho total to COO perhis whereabouts, even after a reward of exchequer, li. P. Eubank. Bowling was announced from the foreign depends upon the assumption that sona lost. robbed twice. New York may keep It teat record for speed as lone as it had been offered. No cause for the Green; grand master at arms. Sher office that Italy will provide for the Turkey will submit after 11 show ot As n matter of fact no ono can estiman Am, Mnyslllo; grand Inpcr safety of Italians and all foreigners Db'Kwitlon to ;lio loss of Tripoli and murder has been advanced except that likes. mate with nccurary tho loss ot life. guard, It. A. loung. Ewlng; grand out' In Tripoli and Cyrene. Wood was wealthy and always carried will not ombnrk iiion n program ot Whole families Tim er guard, L. II. Davis, Hopkinsvlllo; Constantinople. The Turkish cab reprisals against Italian subjects and hysterical place weronsdestroyed. 1.000; The samples of Ice cream contain a great deal of money. It high ns supreme representative. W. F Sher inet resigned. ing 400,000 bacteria to the cubic cen Italian commerce. tho conservative say 300. The underman. Carrollton. Said Pasha, president of the senate, timeter seem to be minor leaguers DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH. taken has ordered ICO caskots. At the session the grand lodge ap has been appointed grand vizier and compared to those containing 3. Oil for Fuel. Until the debris Is cleared nway, unpropriated ?50,000 to complete tho Im Kalmll Pasba foreign minister. 1)00.000. Tacoma. Wash. While conserva Paducah. The twenty-fourtannual provemcntB of the Knights of Pythias government has decided not to tionists have been spending years hsg- - til tho last pile of burning refuse has The convention' of the state assembly of The oppose an armed resistance to the gllng over the manner of opening been examined nnd tho charred bones Now a physician rises to remark the Daughters of Itebekah adjourned Widows' and Orphans' home. of thoso who died by fire, as well as proposed Improvements will make tho occupation of Tripoli and, further, tc that there Is really no such thing as to meet next year in Clay City. Alaska coal lands, J. II. Young, presi those who met death by drowning home one the most complete seasickness. The Imitation, however. Next year the meeting will be held south. Theofnew girls' dormltosy In the take no measures against Italian rest dent of tho Alaska Steamship Co. and hnvo been counted nnd tho number of which dents In Turkey. Is so good as to deceive the most ex The government representative of beginning May 22. owing to the fact reported missing tabulated, tho numhaB been begun will to com perienced. Interests In Alaska, has settled tho that the sovereign lodge will bo in ses- pletion, a manual be rushed building hopes by adopting that nttltude that training Italy will not treat the Trlpolltans problem ot Alaska fuel. Tho big oil ber of dead will not be known. sion In September and the grand lodgo Austin views the situation ns though will be erected, a laundry with mod as a conquered people. A temperance society in Cleveland two weeks later. anker Acunslon left Pugct Sound with em apparatus will bo Installed, a heat Is trying to find out what a highball Public indignation has been intense 40,00 barrels of crudo oil, tho first thei town hud been built simply to bo The officers elected were: Presi Ing plant put In, destroyed. Its fato was foredoomed. the city Is. It may be unnecessary to state dent, Mrs. Sarah Hughes, of Harbours- - electric light service will water and since the Italian demands wero made of many shipments to follow. Oil Not a man or n woman or 11 child old bo connect (hat the society in question Is a strict vllle; vice president. known. Mrs. Mattie Whit-me- ed, and a new burners are being installed on tho Cop- enough to understand but know that ly femlnlno one. road built to the home, The government has decided to en per River & Northwestern of Paducah; grand warden, Mrs. force martial law In Constantinople he Kennlcott copper mines,railroad, at- sooner or later tho dam would break secre-tary- , Estel Ledcrman, of Louisville; Heatfor the present. It Is feared the rup son copper mines, at Cliff, the gold and Austin be swept away. American women, according to a TO THE COAL FIELDS. Mrs. Corinne C. Graham, of Lou the The site of Austin Is now an empty Herman, do not know how to pose for isville, ture with Italy may lead to riots. treasurer, Mrs. Lula a photograph. In the art of arriving Telegrams from various towns ol mine at Valdez and lit other places wnsto of mud along tho flats, with a Winchester and Mt. Sterling Want the Storey, of Owensboro, poner Is used. Illg tanks fringe of houses on tho hills ns a frame with both feeL however, they are' the empire announce that the Moslem where steam Prospective Line. qulto sophisticated. youths are volunteering for a war have been constructed at Valdez, to tho picture of destruction. Theso A CURE FOR RHEUMATISM. Seward, Cordova and. other places. dwellings, still mat and trim, or tho Paris. Thcro promises to be a live against Italy. architecture found In most manufacwar ministry has received a with the wife of one "model hus The ly competition between Winchester Danville. A fakir has been telling The Doctor Confesses. turing towns, form n border to tho o band" committing suicide and the and Mt. Sterling for the proposed ex vllspatch from the late Turkish mill ot desolation. Chicago. After five hours of grill- of another suing for divorce, the com the colored population that the prop tension which the L. & N. Co. is said tary attache at Paris, who has as ng mon everyday kind of husband may er way to cure rheumatism Is to boll to contemplate building after ho had from Paris to sumcd command of the forces at Tri- stoutly a piece of brass kettle In vinegar and maintained his Innocence, Dr. poli, stating that tho Italians began be better thought of. drink the concentrated preparation. reach the extensive coal fields of East' to disembark, but tho Turks succeed larry Elgin Webster. Interno at tho cm Kentucky. Two lines have been hlcago THE MARKETS Polyclinic hospital, broke It is reported that Egyptian coats Dealers have been swamped with col surveyed, one taking up tho first two the original ed In sinking also that Italian barges down and In n remarkable ored citizens seeking to purchase pI nrn tho Infoct In iTMnnra I ft am forces confession route of tho Kentucky Midland, run It Is rumored brass The fakir told nlng viewing chromos portraying Cleopatra 1'"rts through Llttlo Hock and North have landed bitb at Tripoli and o the police admitted that he mur Cincinnati Grain Market.' we gather that a mlscroscope will be them that no kind of brass except a Mlddletown, dered Hesslo Kent Webster, his sec into tho mountains, first Hcngbazl. piece from an old brass kettle would needed to find the coats. ond nnd bigamous wife, whose body Flour Winter patent. J4.25a4.4B. tapping tho C. & O. at or near Mt do. Sterling. The citizens of that city arc HITCHCOCK POSTMAN IN AIR stripped of clothing, with her throat family 3.30a3.t;0, low grado 2.90a ut, was found In the Hoods near 3, hard patent IClCaC.GO, do fancy, The Pennsylvania man who, while putting forth every endeavor to secure THE FIRST STEAMBOAT. Intoxicated, took out a marriage li Wheat No. 2 red 97a this line. Tho other line runs from Head of Post Office Department Car Dixon, III. The police say the motive $4.40a4.7C. cense, thinking it was a dog license, ror 1110 crime was webster s desire to 98c, No. 3 red 94al7c, No. 4 red S5a ries Pouch o Letters on Trip In Louisville. According to a commu Purls through to the Clark county line, well deserves the dog's life that his hide from his first wife, Zoe Varney 83c. Corn--N- o. Airship. 2 whlto 72a72c. No. 3 nication received from the mayor of thence through Winchester to Indian marriage Is apparently leading him. Ituplds.ila., the fact whlto 71'4a72e, No. 2 yollow 71Sn72c. ebster. of r Pittsburg, Louisville will soon have nn Fields, and on Into the mountains to New York. Frank II. Hitchcock. that he was a bigamist. He had mar Irvine. postmaster general of the United ried the two women within one week No. 3 yellow 3 C9a70c, No. 2 mixed liostnn has tho distinction of having opiKirtunlty to vlow a reproduction of mixed 70a70'4c. Oata 70VJa71c, No. the "New Orleans," the first steamboat States, qualified as an aerial mall car- last January, tho first mortgaged aeroplane. But. No. 2 while 49a49.4c, standard white THE PELLAGRA SITUATION. then, on an ulrshlp It ought to be easy to traverso the waters of tho Ohio and rier on Long Island. The postmaster 48a4Uc, No. 3 white 4Sa4Sy&c. Mlsslppl rivers. After tho projected took a seat beside Capt. Paul Deck to raise u mortgage. Wireless Stations. Lextngton. The ellagra situation of the United States army, In tho latriver iarado at Pittsburg at which Cincinnati Live f to:k. Washington. With tho completion Elated, apparently, at the addition timo President Taft and the govern in the three asylums of the state was ter' aeroplane at tho Nassau boulethe wireless station at Ft. Meyer, Cattle Shippers $B.2CnG.2C, butcher ors of several states will bo present, discussed by 35 physicians ut Lake-lan- d vard aerodrome, carrying seventy-eigh- t of an "h" to Its name. Pittsburgh is hlch Is to be the equal In sending stoers, extra Ca6.2C, good to cholco asylum. It was ascertained that pounds of mall matter. The two 10 have a bank building. The tho "Now Orleans," which will occupy flight toMlneola, power of the great Marconi stations t4.75aC.00, heifers, extra J5.10a5.C0, Smoky City Is feeling the uplifting the place of honor In tho parade, will despite great efforts to prevent It made a voyage down tho Ohio there hns been no cessation of the dis- where, upon signal, tho postmaster tn America and Great lirltaln, tho sec good to cholco $4.2CnC, cows, extra start upon tendencies of tho times. good lo cholco .1.8Ca4.2r, and Mississippi, and Loulsvlllo will bo ease In tho mountain districts. The general dropped the mall sack to one retary of the navy will be able to com municate directly with any American eminent $l.C0a2.7C, victims Bent to the asylum from thoso of Uncle Sam's carriers. Hulls Ilolognn, Sandwiches made of finely chopped among tho ports which will receive battleship or cruiser In the North AtCalves-E- xtra districts are found to be quickly af3.7Ga4.2C. extra 4.30a4.40. violets spread over thin slices of but the honor of. a call. lantic, and, with the aid of ono or two fected mentally. Government exerts $9. fair to good J7a8.70, Morocco Affair Is Settled. tered bread are being sold In New Hogs-G- ood are continuing their Investigation of FARMERS WANT DAMAGES. Paris. Gcrm.my haB decided to ac relay stations, with any shin in tho common and largo 3.C0a8. York grill rooms. Evidently cloves cept the French proposals for the set Atlantic or the Pacific the disease. to cholco packers and butchers sre too plebeian for some of the New Lexington. IO.8CaG.95, mixed packers JG.COafi.SC, W. W. and J. E. Hie tlement of the Moroccan question. Yorkers. glnbotham, farmers, sued the city of common to cholco heavy fat sows, This Information was communicated New Dam Breaks. LOUISVILLE PRESBYTERY. ror jis.ooo damages to their Youngstown. Taylorsvllie, After accepting uu In- to the French ambassador to Uerlln, Part of the new con- - f4aC.SC, pigs (110 lbs and less) 3 It Is announced that Kusslsn caviar Lexington land, because of the city's use of vitation from Frankfort to meet there M Cambon, by Herr von Kldcrlln- - tructlon of tho Commercial Wuttr uC.CO. Sheep Extra J3.25a3.C0, good Is a cure for the cholera. Probably creel; as au outlet for Its sewer on April 10 next, tho Ixiulsvllle Pres- Waechter, the German minister of dam, near here, broke. No ono wus 2.7Ca3.2S. to choice Lambs Extra It works on tho principle that anyone age. foreign affairs. 5.3&ati. bytery adjourned last night. td. The damage was not extensive. who knows he would have to eat Cincinnati Miscellaneous. caviar will refuse to have the GOOD ROADS WORK. MINISTER ROBBED. Dickens' Son Is In United States, Poultry Hens 12c, spring chick Five Firemen Injured. I cholera. iloston. A son of Charles Dickens Chicago. Five firemen were Injured ens 12c, uncles turkeys IZV4C Somerset. The volunteer Greenville. While en route to this and a grandson of Alfred Tennyson, nd the lives of 100 guests of u hotel 17c, geeso 7a9c. Eggs Prime firsts In a duel between two Hungarian working week for Pulaski county, road the place to attend tho Methodist confer-enc- (0 the person of Alfred Tennyson Dickere Imperiled by u fire which de ,'UVic, firsts 19Vic llutter Creamery counts the other day the right ear of date for which was set by public proc-onfrom his home In Georgia, Dr. J. ens arrived here on the steamship stroyed tho building occupied by Mh- extra 29c. firsts. 24 He, dairy, fancy of them was slashed In two if laniutlon. bus started r.n.i V .. Liverpool. Mr. Dickens' I. lUIU D. Hammond wus robbed of $150. As Cymric from Apples Duchess o Itrothrrs, manufacturers of oils. 18ViC 2a3 Hungarian duels are going to bo as and small squads have bbL sanguinary as tbut they will have to all over the county, and been scattered he wus standing In tho street car father was In America In 1842. t ISC North Canal street. A sparK home grown Jlu2 bbl. Curiots Home dirt, rock and transfer waiting for his car two men be stopped. from a passing locomotlvH Is believed grown 10 mid 15c dozen. Celery Now gravel have been flying fast and furi came In 011 unother car and Accuses Postmcster of Theft. 11 Jostled Eggplunta uuncii. to have caused the blaze. Loss l&n.'Do ous. Crowds of meii with wueous. Mm, ulinost knocking him from St. Joseph, Mo. Charged with mis- - I150.C00. 2Su40a loz. Honey Ual3c a lb. Lemhis An eastern young woman wants plows, shovels and picks are "linked feet. In the scuffle which ensued Dr. pproprlatlng $400 of government onsCalifornia, Jln4.G0. Onions pvery young woman In Tne country to It" In good, hard earneBt. This 11. Johnston, postmaster at Plnojpples Now Orleans. Over 1,000 Italians Homegrown $1.35 bu. to tign u pledge not to marry u man week will see the greater Improve- - Hammond felt himself seined In llio funds, Sam was brought to St. Joseph m this city are ready to enlist In the J2a2.7C u cruto. Oiunges 134.50 a region of his itocket and when they Rlmo, Mo., who smokes. This, however, will trent In the roads of this county In Its hud bourded another cur he found il;..t ind released on bond. He Is a sod ol auso of their fa'.tcrlacd It Hit op box. 3.50a PHutocs Jloint'tfrowa liardly affect th; smoke habit either history In the same length his money wus gone. of time. V.7C bbl, portunity offers. t wealthy lariaer. one YBjr or the other, n Wcs-leyau Tnn-nlnten-pin- s death-dealinone-halh r, pic-turI Ci-daseven-minut11 Elk-borIn-JHub-elan o e i,.-.- ... one and two cent rtnmp. Tho Uato niter your nnmei on nM Miows to what Unto your mibMCrlptlon U ehanpM within Hire jald. If It Is weeks aiwr renewal notify u. Missing mimlicn will Im Kl.lly supplied wo ii FIno aro nouneu, cheap, nromlums with new sob- rlptlona nml prompt renewal. Send for J'remlum Mst. Liberal terms jrtv-- In any one who oti- tain now sulMcrtptKms for u. Any ono pending in four yearly sirtwerlptlon can rocrivo Tlio Oitlren freo for hlmlf for one year. Advertising rates on application. Send money by Pot-ofllo- o or Etopp itoney Order, Droll. Kwlstrrwl letter, or two nt questions "Is This Leading farm n,r saier- - "Ana now quick i,an i rat Mine ue Heacned in a Hurry 1" I Hardslown. In Nelson county there Is burled gold bullion to the amount of several hundreds of thousands of dollars. This treasure Is burled on tlio farm of tho late William Huston, near the site of old Fort Klnchcloc, on Simpson's creek. The fort figured In one of tho bloodiest massacres of pioneer times. It was occupied at the time by seven or eight families, nil of whom were either killed or driven off into captivity by tho Indians, who burled the gold bullion. According to tradition this bullion was brought by the savages from Pulaski county. where n vust mine of the precious metal is alleged to be located. I.cxInRton. Tlio footbnll schedule of the various Kentucky college for tho games this fall Is an follows: ; State L'nlvcrHlty October 7, Morris 'Harvey Collego at Stoll Field; Octo ber 14, Mlntnl nt Oxford, O.; October 21, Hanover at Stoll Hold; October t28, University of Cincinnati at Stoll Field; November 4, Georgetown at (icorgetown; November 11. Vandcrbllt 18. nl Nashville. Tenii.; November Transylvania University at Stoll Field or i.onguo Pork. Lexington: Nnvcm- ber 30. University of Tenuessco at stoll Field c ITALY OPENS HOSTILITIES 8INKINQ DE8TROYER OF TURKEY'S NAVY. In Naval Battle at Mouth of Strait-- Sea Fight Still On Tripoli EvacBY uated by the Turks. Home. The ministry of marine announced that nn Itallnn squadron had an engagement nt tho mouth of tho Dardanelles with the best part of tho Turkish fleet, consisting of three battleships and severnl torpedo boat nml that the result was an annihilation of tho sultan's warships. On the other hand n wireless dispatch from Smyrnn, not yet confirmed, says that two Italian cruisers havo been sunk lu tho Greek nrchlpelago. There Is also a report of two Italian cruisers ashore on the Greek coast. In tho engagement near tho Dardanelles the Duke of the Abruzsl, who commands the Itallnn flotilla of torpedo boat destroyers, distinguished himself by brnvo and decisive action. The Italian fleet hns orders to continue operations along the coast of Asia Minor, tylth a view to destroying nil Turkish war and merchant marine vessels The fleet's objective point Is Salonlkl. The Italians, It Is admitted, both nt Constantinople nnd In this city, now occupy tho ports of Tripoli nnd Pre- vlra. The former port hns been evac uated by the Turkish troops, who announced their purpose of Joining tho native army In tho Interior for a combined resistance against the Invading TROOPS LAND AT TRIPOLI BURSTING DAM HURLS GREAT WALL OF WATER LPON TOWNS. JOHNSTOWN DISASTER REPEATED Ruler of Ottoman Empire Fails to R turn Satisfactory Reply to the Ulti matum of Kino Emmanuel and Latter Acts Quickly. I Transylvania University-Octo- ber 2. European Turkey. A Salonlkl, Italian cruiser hns destroyed n Turk' Ish destroyer In tho harbor of Pre- troops, vesa. In Eplrus, and landed Tho Turkish authorities nro sending a battalion of troops to Prevesa. Homo. War was officially declared between Italy and Turkey nt 2:30 o'clock Erlday afternoon, Italian time At that hour tho 24 hours of graco allowed Turkey In which to reply to tho ultimatum of tho Italian govern ment expired, and no satisfactory reply bad been received from the Otto Many Lives Are Lost as Delugs Sweeps Down the Valley Fire Rages Through Ruins Scene of Desolation. Austin, Pa. Flvo hundred million gnllons of wntrr wero loosened without wnrnhiK on tho 2,900 souls of thU llttlo town by tho bursting nf n great dam in tho Klnnnamnhonlng creek, nnd mnny of tho Inhabitants nro known to hnvo Hrlshed. Tho property loss resulting from tho flood nnd fire In Austin, Costello and other towns will bo high In tho millions. Little, If nnythlng, will bo salvaged. wero enrly on tho scone, but nfter tho nrrlvnl of tho 11 stop wus quickly put to tho thieving. Reports from Costello say the town ha been washed away, with n part of tho Immense plant of tho Peon Co. Like In the Johnstown disaster, tho delugn came without tho slightest wnrnlng and tho people of tho village. In their homes nnd attending work In shops nnd stores, wore taken un g October 5, 1911 ' THE CITIZEN for purposes Page TkrM ySERIALv STORY ELUSIVE Tel. tt ISABEL By JACQUES FUTRELLE Ittmjtrmiltn ty U. KZTTMEIt 11 SYNOPSIS. Ihx Italian unb dlnnrr wtth illplotnul whin urnmonii mm la in 1 beautiful vounr woman aaka for a tlcktt lo th tmbanif ball. Tli tlckn la ninna out In tha naina of Ml Isalxl Tliorno. CMf Campbell of inn iitcrci rvicr. anil air, urunm, ma lirnd drtrctlvr, aro wnrntnl that a plot la liretrlnK In Waahlncton. anil (Irltnm Kota lo tlia atata hnll fur Information. Ilia at tention la called to MIm Iaabal Thornc. who with her companion, illatpptara. A nhot la hfarl nnl rWior Alvarec of tha Mexican InmUon. la found wounded. Or I mm la uaured Mla Thorna did It; ha Malt her. demanding knowledge of tlia HlTnlr, and nrrrili I'letro retroxlnnL Ml Thoma vlilla an old and thev llacuaa a wonderful experiment. Fifty Ihouaand drtllara la alolen from tha offlra of Henor ltodrlzuex, th mlnlatir from Yeneiueln. and while detocllvea aro tha robbery Mlaa Tliornn aa a ruett of the Clrlmm accuira her of tha theft, tha money la reatored, but a new inyatery occur a In the disappearance of Monsieur HulaarKur the rrendi ambnaaaitor. Klualvs Mlaa Thome rapneara. liearlnir n letter which alntea that tho ambaaaailor haa leen kidnaped and demanding ranaoin. The returns and attain atrnnxely Ixter h la reaeued from an old house In the suburbs. It Is discovered that rielrn l'etrnxlnnl shot Henor Alvarei and that he la Prince, d'Atiruitl. Grimm flrurea In a mysterious Jail delivery. He orders both MIm Tliorna nnd il'Ahnjixl to leave the country; they are conveyed to New fork and placed on a steamer but return. Orlmm a coffee li druca-eand tipnn rrcalnlns cnnsrlousneaa he llnda a aymrathetla note from Isabel Thorna. Tho conspirator against the eovernment nro located and their scheming; li overheard. Orlmm orders d'Abruxxl to destroy Uitf unsigned compact. sudor, la it r muirnttr wtiern Count dl Iloilnl. rm-bu- bonib-makt- CHAPTER ".MIm XXIII (Continued. Thorno has stilted the matfairly, I bellevo, your lllRhnosg, ind Mr. Orlmm permitted IiIh eye to linger a moment on the flushed fnco of this woman who. In a way, was defending him. "Hut there In only ono thine to do. Miss Thorno," Ho was talking 2u her now. 'There Is no middle) course It Is a problem that has only ono possible answer tho destruction of (tint document, and the ilopartiira of you, and you, your lllsh-nes- i, for Italy under my personal care nil tho way. I ImnRlncd this mnttcr had ended that day on tho steamer; It will end here, now, ter t" attain at his watch, then thouchtftilly welched tho percussion rap In his band, after which, with a curious laugh, he walked over to tho squat Iron globe In an opposlto corner of tho room, llo bent over It half a minute, then straightened up. "That cap, Mr, Grimm, hns one ho remarked casually. "When It Is attached to a mlno or Tho prince glanced "Your Silence Would Be Worth How Much 7" Just torpedo It ran not be disconnected without firing; It. It Is attached." He turned to the others. "It Is needless to discuss the mntter further just We If you will follow me? now. vflll leave Mr. Grimm here." With a strange llttlo cry, neither anger nor anguish, yet oddly pnrtak-lo- g of tho quality of each, Isabel went quickly to the prince "How dare you do such a thlngf fiercely. "It Is murntre demanded der." "This Is not a time, Miss Thorno, for your interference," roplled the prlnco coldly. "It has all passed beyond tho point where tho feelings of any ono person, even the feelings of thn woman who has engineered the compact, can bo considered. A single life ran not be permitted to stand In tho way of tho consummation of this project. Mr, Orlmm nitre world means tho compact would bo useless, If not Impossible; Mr. Orlmm dend means tho fruition of nil our plans and hopes. You have done your duty and you havo dono It well; but now your authority ends, nnd I, tho special envoy "Just a moment, please," Mr. Grimm Interrupted courteously. "As I understand it, your Highness, tho mine there iu the corner It charged!" of" clasped behind his back. His eyes Sho drew a met thoso ot tho chief executive listtiny, flllgreod gold box from her lessly. table: the bosom nnd cast It upon-th"Wo understand, Mr. Grimm," the prlnco stared at It. "In tho name of president began, and bo paused for an sovereign must!" she said Instant to regard the tall, clean-cu- t your again. young roan with a certain admiration, The prlnco turned away and began "we understand that there does not across the actually exist such a thing as a tatln pacing bade and forth s room with tho parchment crumpled compact ngalnst tho In his hand. For a mlnuto or more peoples?" Isabel Mood watching him. "On paper, no," was the reply. "Thirteen minutes!" Mr. Grimm "You personally prevented the signcoldly. ing of the compact?" And now broke out an excited chat(TO UK CONTINUED.) ter, a babel of French, English, Italand ian, Spanish; thoso masked WHERE IS CIRCUIT RIDER7 cowled ones who had held silenco for so lone all began talking at once. One Preacher Itinerant of thorn snatched at thn crumpled Seemi to Have Vanished From compact In tho prince's hand, while Present-DaWarld. nil crowded around him arguing. Mr. Orlmm sat perfectly still wtth the reWhat has become of the old circuit volver barrel resting on his knees. "Eloven minutes!" ho announced rider? He seems to have gone, to havo vanished entirely from the presenagain. world, although to the older Suddenly tho prince turned violent- t-day generations he figured In tho lives ot ly on Miss Thorno with tho people to whom he ministered. faco. In their day the circuit riders knew "Do you know what It means to you If I do as you say?" ho demanded little of home or rest, for each had savagely. "It means you will be brand- from seven to fifteen parishes, miles ed as traitor, that your name, your apart from each other. When night overtook the circuit rider and his property " minister's "If you will pardon me, your High- horse this was thostopped with usual some ness," she interrupted, "the power mode of travel he his that I have used was given to me to member of ono ofgreat parishes. And honor, Indeed, use; I havo used It. It Is a matter be It said tt was to bo settled between me and my to have tho great fortune to entertain over night government, and as far as It affects the minister at a meal or overworked Probably tho much my person Is of no conscquenco now. man would get to spend ono night In You will destroy tho compact." His "Nino minutes!" said Mr. Grimm a week at home, perhaps not that life was uncertain and wandering, but monotonously. his faith was that which "passeth unAgain tho babel broko out. num"Do wo understand that you want derstanding." nut hl days were bered and are gone, probably never to to seo tho compact?" ono of the figure, however, cowled men asked suddenly of Mr. bo revived. Ho was a that Is typical of the pioneers of AmerOrlmm ns ho turned. duty and was faith"No. 1 don't want to seo It. I'd pre- ica he knew bis ful In tho performance ot It. fer rot to see It." With hatred blazing in his eyes the They Are Tlnkorlng With Pisa. prlnco inado his way toward the lamp, Accordiug to the finding of a royal holding a parchment toward tho blazo. "Thero's nothing elso to be done," commission appointed to investigate ho exclaimed savagely. the present condltlou of tho Leaning "Just a moment, please," Mr. Grimm Tower ot l'isa, it appoars that. Instead interposed quickly. "Miss Thorno, Is of being .supported on a niassivo foundation, tho tower rests on a that the compact?" masonry base, with on Sho glanced at It, nodded her head, dlamutur of 24 feet 3V4 Inches, then tho flame caught tho fringed and dlaino-eto- r edge of paper. It crackled, flashed, exactly tbu same as the lnuer of tho tower. Tho tower is about nshca, flamed, and at last, a thing of was scattered on the floor. Mr. Grimm 177 feet high, and In 1829 Is said to have been 14 feot S Inches out ol rose. Its "That Is alt, gentlemen," ho an- plumb; slnco that Uruo nn Inclination by additional nounced courteously. "You are free to has been Increased go. You, your Highness, and Miss 0.0050 foot per foot of its height. In 1834 an earthquako Caused a deflection Thorno, will accompany mo." He held open tho door and there ot about five Inches. was almost n scrnmblo to get out On Bargain Day. The prlnco and Miss Tborne waited Ocntlemc-Er whero can I find until tho lust. "And, Miss Thorne, If you will give tho silk counter? Floorwalker-.Thir-d us a lift In your car?'' Mr. Grlmra battle to the rlcbt. Judge stroyed." Tt's absurd lo let one man stand In tho way," Ueclarcd the prlnco angrily. "It might not bo an Impertinent question, your Highness," commented "You, Your Highness, and Miss Thorne, Will Accompany Me. Mr. Orlmm. "for mo to nsk how you aro going to prevent ono man stand-In- s ncvolcncn behind which his clock-likin tho wayT" Tho gonlus was habitually hidden. A quick chango caran over Miss choleric bluo eyes of tho president Thome's faco. Tho eyes hardened, of tho United States shifted Inquirtho lips were set, and lines Mr. Orlmm ingly to the thoughtful countenanco had nover seen appeared about tho of tho Hecrotary of state at his right, mouth. Here, In a flash, tho clonk of thence along tho tablo around which dissimulation was cast aside, and tho the official family was gathered. It woman stood forth, this keen, bril- was a special meeting of tho cabinet liant, determined woman who did railed at tho suggestion ot Chief things. Campbell, and for moro than an hour "Tho compact will be destroyed," he had done the talking. There bad she said. boon no interruption. "No." declared the prince. "So much!" ho concluded, at last "It must bo destroyed." "If there is any point I have not made Must? Do you say must clear Mr, Grimm Is here to explain It "Must? to mo?" In person." "Yes. must," sho repeated steadily. Mr. Grimm roso at tho mention ot authority, please, his nama and stood with his hands "And by what "Something like that; yes, Terr much like that," assented tho prince. "Thank you. I merely wanted to understand It" Mr. Orlmm pulled a chnlr tip against the door and sat down, crossing bis legs. OS Ms knees rested tho' barrel ot a revolver, glittering, fascinating, In tho "Now, gentlemen," and he glanced at his watch, "It's twenty-onminutes of threo o'clock. At thfeo that mine will explode. We will all bo In the room when It happens, unless his Highness sees fit to destroy the compact." Eyes sought ryes, and the prince removed his mask with a sudden gesture. Ills face was bloodless. "If any man," and Mr. Orlmm gave Miss Thorne a quick glanco, "1 should say, any person, attempt to .leave tbls room I know ho will die; and there's a baro chanco that the percussion cap will fall to work. I can account for six of you, If there Is a rush." "nut, man. If that mine explodes we shall all be killed blown to pieces!" burst from one of tho cowled figures. "If the porcusslon cap wortcs," supplemented Mr. Orlmm. Mingled emotion struggled In tho flushed faco of Isabel as she studied Mr. Grimm's Impassive countenance. "I havo never disappointed you yet. Miss Thorno," lio remarked as if it worn nn explanation. '1 shall not now." She turned to the prince. "Tour Highness, I think It needless to argue furthor," she said. "Wo have no choice In tho matter; thero Is only oneo course destroy tho compact " "No!" was tho curt answer, "I believe I know Mr. Orlmm better than you do," she nrguod. "You think he will weaken; I know he will not 1 am not nrgulng for him, nor for myself; I am arguing against the frightful loss that will come hero In this room if the compact Is aot dee herer "Qull right" Tho prlnco laughed. "And at three o'clock, by your watch, the mlnn wilt bo fired by a wireless operator fifteen miles from Just happened to of experiment" "Thn cap Is attached V feer "Tt Is now four minutes M three." The automobile rame In answer to a signal, and tho three In silence entered It. Tho car trembled nnd has Just begun to more when Orlmm remembered something, and leaped out "Walt for mo!" ho called. "There's a man locked In the Ho disappeared Into the house, and Miss Thorno, with a gasp of horror sank back In her seat with face like chalk. Tho prince glanced uncastty at his watch, then spoke curtly to the chauffeur "nun tho car up nut of danger: there'll be an explosion there In a moment" They had gone perhaps a hundred feet when tho building they had Just left seemed to be lifted bodily from tho ground by a great spurt of flame which tore through Its center, then collapsed like a thing of cards. The snitgested. coat-bin!- The Return From Captivity SeaJay Scie.1 Liwaa far Oct IS, 1911 Cpedallr Arrant ad far This Papsr I.E8BON TEXT-Kx- ra 1:1.11; J:64-74. MF.MOIIY VEIlSE8-l:- S. OOLIIRN TEXT-"- 1I retalneth not hit ang-e- r forever, because he dellnhteth In BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL DEPARTMENT OF BEREA COLLEGE (The Citizen is a specimen of band-bill- osr work.) prince, unmoved, glanced around at Miss Thorne; sho lay In a dead faint besldo him. "Go ahead," ho commanded. CHAPTER XXIV. "Hat-tlmor- c. mercy." Mtc 7:1$. TIME-Cy- rus takes Tlabrlon M9.S. ITU decree of return SM.7. Flrat return, undei Zerubbabel. W7.4. rt.ACE Habylon and vlnclnlty. Jerusalem. And the Ionic Journey between. nUI.nnSCyma was kin of Babylon, and a large part of tha East. Zerubbabel railed alao Sheshbazsar (Ezra 1:1; 2:!) from Babylon became tha ruler of Jerusalem. MONUM ENT8 On stone tablets and cylinders', are written records of these days. The Cyrus Cylinder, found at Babylon In 1879, now In British Museum. The Nabonldua cylinders. In British Museum. AnzuOhtlc tablet of Cyrus, a proclama-tlo- n by him. written shortly after hln conqnesV-- of Babylon. Print sermons, and Icttcr.heads, cards, bocks in the best manner, and at lowest prices. Your patronage is asked to help students, and to insure your netting your money's worth. Call at the office, or send orders by mail. You will get satisfaction. Terms cash. Address BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL, Bcrca, Ky. HOUSES TO RENT To those who have children to educate and wish to reside in IJerea for a longer or shorter time to enjoy its educational advantages, the College has a number of houses, large and small, some of them partly furnished, to rent on reasonable terms. Address The 'Personal Equation. for the children of Israel as thero Mr. Campbell ceased talking and were several eras of return. The first the deep earnestness that had settled captivity was by Nebuchadnezzar, on his faco passed, leaving Instead when Daniel and his friends wcro cartho blank. Inscrutable mask ot be- - ried captive. Seventy years from tbls brings us to B. C. 536, the time ot the completion of the return described In this lesson. There were threo eras of captivity THE COLLEGE TREASURER, Berea, Ky. THE BEREA HOSPITAL NURSE TRAINING SCHOOL OF BEREA COLLEGE Nebuchadnezzar again captured tho city, sent a great amount of treasures from the palaco and the templo to Babylon, with 10,000 of tho more Important of the people. Among tbeso were tho prophet Ezeklcl and the of Mordccal, Queen Esther's cousin. Tho third captivity was also by Nebuchadnezzar, who, after a siege of a year and a half, In July, B8G, completely destroyed thtf city and the temple. Soventy years from tbls tlmo brings us to the completion of tho temple, B. C. S15. Tho discipline of the exile has accomplished its purpose so far that It Is wlso and safo to permit a largo number to return and renew the ancient nation. It would bo useless to bring back to Judea people who would commit tho samo sins which made tho exllo necesary and who bad not learned to some extent the lessons which their hard discipline was sent Has best operating room and all modern appliances for cart of a limited number ot patients. Hospital Treatment greatly prospects of recovery. Rates One Dollar a day and up. Bond for prompt payment required. For further particulars address THE HOSPITAL, Bcrea, Ky. to teach. Tho power of Idolatry was forever broken. They never agoln yielded to Its fascinations. Tbey were taught to set a new value on the filling of all tho forms of worship with the spirit of religion. God had allowed even tho city which was the type of heaven and the most glorious templo dedicated to bis worship to bo destroyed when these became a substitute for true religion instead of an aid to It They were also taught by their absence the value and necessity of religious Institutions, of tho means of worship, of tho Sabbath day. It led to renewed study of the sacred Scriptures. The exile was the period in which the guardianship, If Mrs. Jones buys her coffee at Smith's each week If the coffee in your store is better than Smith's and cheaper-W- hy, TELL MRS. JONES Don't dash wildly across tha street to tell her, though; she'd laugh at you. Insert a sane, forceful advertisement in this paper about your coffee. We'll catch her eye by making your ad. attractive. Then all that Is left for you to do is to take in the money for the coffee Mrs. Jones buys. 1 Find the Man Every man and woman Is anxious to buy some article necessity or luxury every day of his or her life. Single handed it would take you months to seek out those interested in your line of business. An advertisement in this paper does the work instantaneously. It corrals the purchaser brings him to your store makes him buy things you advertised. (Copjriihl, uuu. (Cepjrlf bt. 1VUI. bj W. N. U.) tr W. . U.) do" "fly that authority!" EnglUh-speakln- transcription and study of the written Scriptures became the special care ot a dlBtlnct class, afterwards famous as the great order of the scribes. It led, also, to the establishment of tho synagogue for social worship and reading ot the Scriptures, with its accompanying schools. Tho captivity served as a missionary scheme to spread tho knowledge ot God over tho world. It was an aid in preparing the world for the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ and for the spread of the gospel by the apostles. Thus there was tho promised land, the homeland the center of religious life, and the dispersion as an agency In every country of tho known world. Tho Journey homo and tho wholo movement may be mado most real to all, and especially to children, by tracing the Journey on the map. Noto the great rivers to bo crossed without bridges, the desert landB, the savage tribes, the countries of their old enemies, tho rugged mountains to be Enlarging Your Business 'B Hf VH V H If you are in business and you t0 make more money you will read every word we have to say. Are you annually, and then carefully note the effect it has in increasing; your volume of business; whether a 10, 30 or 30 per cent increase. If you watch this gain from year to you will become intensely interested in your advertising, and how you can make it en- UV V ftf spending your money for ad- vertising in hap-hazard fashion as if intended y traversed, hunger, thirst and pain, the long weary months of travel on foot, and the desolate city and devastated homes at the end of their Journey. If we may trust later traditions, the selling out of the "captivity" for Palestine was Joyous in the extreme. An escort ot 1,000 cavalry accompanied them, for protection against the desert Arabs, then as now given to plunder,, and they started to the music ot tabrets and flutes. Forth from the gates ot Babylon they rode, to the sound of Joyous music a band ot horsemen playing on flutes and accompanied by their own 200 minstrel slaves and 12S singers of tho temple, responding to the prophet's voice, as they quitted the shade of tho gigantic walls and found themselves in the open desert beyond. "Go yo out ot Babylon Flee from the Chaldeans, with a vdico of singing declare ye, tell this, utter it even to the end of the earth; say ye, Tho Eternal hath redeemed his servant Jacob." It was tike tho procession ot tho vestsj virgins, with the sacred flro In their hands, in their retreat from Rome; tlko Aeneas with his household gods tab-ret- for charity, or do you advertise for direct results? Did you ever stop to think how your advertising can be made a source of profit to you, and how its value can be measured in dollars and cents. If you have not, you are throwing money away. Advertising is a modern business necessity, but must be conducted on business principles. If you are not satisfied with your advertising you should set aside a certain amount of money to be spent large your business. If you try this method we believe you will not want to let a single issue of this paper go to press without something from your store. We will be pleased to have you call on us, and we will take pleasure in explaining our annual contract for so many inches, and how it can be used in whatever amount that seems necessary to you. If you can sell goods over the counter we can also show you why this paper will best serve your interests when you want to reach the people of this community. The Right Kind of Reading Matter The home news; tho doings of the people in this town; the gossip of our own community, that's the first kind of reading matter you want. It is more important, more interesting to you than that given by the paper or magazine from tho outside world. you should buy. is the flrst reading matter Each issue of this paper gives to you just what you will consider ring-shape- lu-n- from Troy. For all who have gone Into tho captivity of sin thero is a call to repent, and return to tho Father's house. Tho sins that led to the exile were not a fall upward. Tho fall into sin Is never a fall upward. The man who throws away tho "gold, silver and precious stones of life" for the "wood, hay and stubble," may be saved, but "so as by Are," a flro that burns up tho llttlo gains of sin. There Is great oy In returning from captivity of sin. not only the Joy of the returning wanderer, but the Joy of the angels who If now how great beyond conception u he blessing of tbercturn. It The Right Kind ot Reading Matter. 1 Page Four. THE CITIZEN. October Si '9ii. W. B. CORSET Guaranteed Not To Rust This latest B. accomplishment again emphasizes the superiority of the W. B. product. W- - ft d R. H, CHRISMAN Undertaking and Ernbnlmtnrf A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies. Nlrfht E. F. COYLE You pay SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. Day Phone 2G 40. less. .or get more A noto from Mrs. Dager at Ka.t Glastonbury, Conn., says: "You may tell our frlonds through Tho Cltlzci that Mr. Dager arrived on last Tuesday, very well, and that wo are visiting and enjoying life, immensely. NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A Havo seen something of Wcllsler, VARIETY OF SOURCES Harvard, Amherst nnd Mt. Holyoke colleges, nnd now a a oaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoao oaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoa days with an are timespending of few old Mr. friend Mr. Joe Evans who has been In Dager's. Hope to visit tho Gambles some time came home, Hamilton for before leaving tho East ooaooaooaooaoooooaosoaooaooaooaoooooo o a o a o a o a o LOCAL PAGE DR. BEST, DENTIST CITT rilONK 1S3 OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE DAN H. BRECK Fire, Life and Accident, Insurance Richmond, Ky. Phone 505 r, L. ic N. TIME TABLE. as North Bound Local burial services. 10:55 p. m. 7:00 a. m. Knoxvlllo 3:62 a. m. 1:01 p. m. BEREA 7:45 a. si. 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound Local 8:15 p. m. 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. BEREA 6:55 p. m. 5:50 a. m. ter Hill, lives. KnoxvlUe Express Trains Andrew Lockhart, former Berea stu Stop to take on and let off passen- dent from Breathitt County, and Gargers from ,beyond Dayton, O., or from diner Brewer of Wolfo County, are Atlanta and beyond. both working In Wisconsin and doSouth Bound ing well. 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati We have In our warehouse five 11:44 a. in. BEREA tons of Globe Fertilizer which we North Bound will sell at reduced price. 4:46 p. m. BEREA RHODUS & HAYES 8:37 p. m. Cincinnati Miss Grace Cornelius was among Miss Hilda Welch, who has been the visitors from hero to the Exposimaking an extended visit with friends tion at Nashville last week. Sho In the west, returned home last that Mrs. G. T. Spencer, form Saturday. erly of Berea, was In charge of an Mr. and Mrs. Thompson of Paint exhibit from the Lincoln Memorial Lick visited their daughter, Mrs. W. School at Cumberland Gap. C, Haley, Sunday. Born, Sept. 5th, to Mr. and Mm. Dr. Orln Robe, accompanied by his Jesso Gray, a ten pound boy, who hrother, Walter, was over In their has been named Jack Day. Mr. and as automobile from Portsmouth, Friday Mrs. Gray will be remembered former students of Berea. Thoy and Saturday. Texas. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Blcknell were aro now living In Dallas, Miss Helen Jackson of Cincinnati In Richmond, Monday. Miss Ethel Azblll from Richmond Is trimming for Mrs. Laura Jones this season. Sho is the only Is visiting her Bister, Mrs. Wm. Moore. city trimmer In town. Her work Is Miss Sarah Ely Is visiting home beautiful, and she will make any hat folks. Just as you order It made. It is such Mr. Hardin Long who is teaching a satisfaction to know you can get school at Clover Bottom was In Be-r- your hat Just right for your particuover Sunday. lar style. This Is guaranteed at Mrs. Mr. J. Wm. Dooley Is In Berea Laura Jones'. this week. Mr. Smith and Mr. Llchtwardt gave Mr. Randolph Sellers who has been Interesting talks at tho Y. M. C. A., lu the hospital with tonsillitis la Sunday night on tho subject, "Tho able to bo out again. Paramount Issue of the Day." The Mrs. LUlle Williams is at the homo great Y. M. C. A. horso race waa of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. also started. The "yellow" and tho Short, with typhoid fever. "green" being tho two contesting Mr. Paul Fagau who was In school bides. Don't fail to get Into tho race last year returned, Friday, to bo Jn by getting a uow member for your bchool. side. Seo the program for tho next Mr. Will Click and Mr. Jno. Marlatt meting In another column of this spent Sunday at tho homo of Mr, Issue. Click at Korby Knob. Mrs. Pasco expects to leave Berea, Oma Robinson Is sick this weok pall-beareln ea Monday. Miss Grace Adams, after spending a few days with her mother, returned to tho Gibson Infirmary at Richmond whoro she has been nurtsng for a few years. Mr. Aden Ogg who Is a student of Lincoln Memorial University In Ten nessee was at homo for two or three uays at tho first of tho week. Mr. J. R. Englo and daughter, Ef.i, were In Louisville last week buying goods. Mr. JVrthur Mlnter and family havo moved from Mr. Bogle's house on Center Street to the house on tho corner of Elder and Jackson Streets. Roy Nunn expects to leavo tho latter part of this week for Tulsa, Oklahoma, where his uncle, Mr. Wal- All Information In regard to of delogatcs to the Kentucky Sunday School Convention, Louisville, Oct. can bo secured by addressing Mr. Huston Qutn, 712 Louisville Trust Building, Louisville, Ky. 19-2- Leo Parks, the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rutherford, died, September 2Cth, after a shoit Illness with appendicitis. He was eleren oars of ago. His little school-mate- s acted at the funeral and SH013M raJV sailing ApoqJ3Ag tnlnod withal a cheerful nnd hopeful illso8ltlon, never losing her Interest In tho nffulrs and concerns of life. Sho has been a widow for twirrnl )rars but one son and a daughter survlvo her. Her many acquaintances nnd frlonds In Uerea aro grieved to Cortalnly, go see all tho bats, but hear of her denth. tho best placo to buy your hat is at Mrs. Laura Jones', Chestnut St, CARD OF THANKS Ky. Ilorea, Best material, boit styles, best city trimmer. And It la a We wish to assure our neighbors pleasure to buy there. You feel thnt nnd friends that their loving you ore going to got Just tho right nnd tender sympathy during hat. The prlco Is always satisfactory. tho Illness of our son and grandson, You savo money, heartachq and worry during tbo Parks, und by coming to her for your 'hnt, for Leo satisfaction Is guaranteed with rach sad hours which havo followed havo been fully appreciated, and will be order. May tho gratefully remembered. Lord send such friends to them when DEATH CLAIMS MRS. TOUVELLE their time of bereavement nnd sorrow shall como. News has reached Berea of tho Mrs. Kmma Pochcll. death of Mrs. Susan Mario Touvelle, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. S. Huthcrford. tho mother of Mrs. Chas. L. Han-tioMrs. Hanson lett Berea last year A PLEASANT EVENING with her mother for Mcdford, Orotr A few frlonds were Intlted to tho on, where they Joined Mr. Hanson. Mrs. Touvelle has been sick for somo rooms of Mr. und Mrs. Taylor, Saturtimo and had endured tho loss of day evening, and treated to a most musical proher hearing for a number of year. delightful Impromptu However, sho Is said to have born gram consisting of piano solos by her afflictions patiently and in a Miss Thurston, violin solos by Mr. Chrlst-ltk- o spirit nnd to havo main- - Curry and some vocil numbers by Tho Prof. Rlgby and .Mr. Curry. strain of tho week, which had been a very busy one for all present, was forgotten under tho Influence of tho charming hilarity of Mr. nnd Mm. by tho delightful Taylor music. Not tho least enjoyable feature of tho evening was tlio opportunity given to meet Mr. and Mrs. Mig ller, of Philadelphia, tho friends of tho Taylors who aro en joying a rest with them at tho Tavern. n. llfo-lon- M, E. CHURCH SERVICE Rev. V. T. Willis, tho now pastor of tho M. K. Church, has arrived In Ilorea with his family. They llvo In tho house formerly occupied by Mr. S. L. Clark nt tho Corner of Chestnut nnd Kllpso Streets. Ilro. Willis will preach three Sundays in tho month. Tho other Sunday ho goes to Wallaceton. In his absence next Sunday, Prof Cromer, of tho College, will preach both at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. help-fulno- ss ToFsalP Barred Rock pullets and cockerels) &0 cents each. Crystal Whlto Orpington cockerels, J 1.00 each. Mrs. James W. Fowlor, R. 1, Box DO, Berea. Ky. Miss Hoy Blaier, of Cincinnati, a niece of Mrs. Bert Coddlngton, will remain In Berea this year and do dressmaking. 8ho can bo consulted at Mrs. Coddlngton' tesldonco on Center Street. LAND FjpTrTiN6ST0N 1- -2 acres, dwelNice llttlo farm, C2 ling and barn, overlaying spring and fine water, 40 acres in grass, will bring good bluo grass, well located. Price 2,400, cash or liberal terms. A. P. Settle, Jr., Kingston, Ky. WANTED Natural black and also white wool bought by Firesldo Industries, Berea Collego, Berea, Ky. Office Clovor tom Cabin, Jackson Street. Bot- "for sale Farms In Lincoln and Garrard counties. CO to 1,100 acres. Prlqo (10 to J SO per acre. J. R. KdraUton, Crab Orchard, Ky. 20 Y, M, C, A. MISSION STUDY Much Interest Is being shown In Y. M. C. A. Mission Study Classes. Thirty-si- x wore present at tho class In "Tho Challcngo of tho City," under Mr. Taylor, Sunday, Sept. 21. This class meets every Sunday at tho Sunday School hour In Boano the Couldn't Hear It. Vicar James, I havo not seen yon at church for somo months. Does not the voice of duty call to you? James Maybo It do. sir; but slnco I had tho Influenny last winter I've been as deaf as a post. M. A. P. Look Then up side down And you'll see why He lost his frown. at this right Tavorn. Tho clasn In "Rural Llfo In tho South" using Mr. Weathcrford's book on "Negro Life In tbo South" started, Tuesday evening, Sept. 2Cth, with a membership of about ten. This class meets uvery Tuesday even ing at 6:30 In Room S2 In tho Chapel with Prof. Smith. Thero Is still room for many mora In this class. Any young man who Is Interested In either of tho problems which aro being studied In these, courses Is Invited to Join ono of theso classes. R.ed Cross Flour, 65 cents. Every Sack Guaranteed TATUM'S Pi 4 tettty There's a Big Demand for Tans and We're Well Prepared to Meet It MEN'S SHOES WOMEN'S SHOES Price, $2.50 to' $5.00 Price, $2.00 to $3.50 ft CHILDREN'S SHOES 1V with tonsillitis. First class and up to date Restaurant, on corner of Main and Center Streets. Fresh cakos, pies, bread, candles and fruits of all kinds, overy day. Call and gt your money's worth. J. S. Gott. Thursday or Friday for Atlanta, Price, $1.00 to $3.00 WEDDING PRESENTS The Finest Line of Wedding Rings Ever Shown in Berea in SterlGold, Gold-filleing Silve, Cut Glass d, Ubc IRacfcet Store ENGRAVING FREE where sho will make her home. Her son, John, Is In business in Atlanta, and daughter, Dr. and her and Mrs. Gould llvo there also. Mrs. Pasco has been a resident of Bercn for a number of yours nnd sho and hor family have many friends who regret to seo her leave; Literary Society Tho Mountain mot last Friday afternoon at 4:30, In tho Upper Chapel. Mr. Elmer Gab-bawas chosen President, A, I). Todd, and Miss Laura Ray, Secretary. Tho election of of ficers will bo completed next Friday, and a good short program has been arranged also. All Mountain young men and young women are cor dially Invited to attend this society. There Is no membership fee. A large aud flourishing society is looked for. Come out next Friday. rd We have just received a new lot of exceptionally smart styles for both women and men. We figured that this season would be a big one for Tans, and made extensive preparation for it. We hit the nail right on the head as usual, and we are now able to offer you these clever styles at tempting prices. Glance into our window as you pass by you will find a few of them there they can't help hut catch your fancy. At the prices marked, they are the strongest values in the city, and we back every pair with a liberal guarantee. MAIN ST. HAYES RHODUS STORE QUALITY THE AWhere BEREA, KY The New Styles Are Always Shown Firsti October s, ton. THE CITIZEN. Pace Five. TALK IS CHEAP moneys. So WE SELL But when it of these goods you have to see them to appreciate the excellence of quality, variety arid quantityas for the prices they tell put into newspaper space it costs we will save our talk about the details is Zaring's Flour 45c The Best Made up Why Buy Inferior Flours? JUST RECEIVED AN ORIGINAL STORY Solid oak dresser $5.00, $6.00, $7.50 and up to $20.00. Solid oak bed room suits (not imitation) $15.00, $18.00 to $40.00. Quartered oak vclour covered couches $8.50, $10.00 and $12.00. Roll scat quartered OAK or mahogany rockers $3.00 each. Stand tables 20x20 OAK, $1.00, others $1.50 to $6.00. Library tables 26x44 OAK $3.50 to $10.00. Hrass beds with 2 inch post, $10.00. With a 45 lb. felt mattress to fit it at $5.00 each. $325.00 Pianos at agent's price for $200.00 on liberal terms. 9x12 Axminster rugs $15.00, 9x12 Brussels rug $10.00. 9x12 seamless velvets $20.00, 36x72 velvets $3.00. All 25c. mattings 20c. All 30c. mattings 25c. RANGES $15.00, $17.50, $20.ooand $25.00. I'm $5.00 under on each in price and $5.00 over on each in Quality. t I1UGGIES steel tire, rubber top, $40.00. Rubber tire, leather top, $65.00. Host American Steel and Wire Co's. field fence 25c. per rod. ROOFING, heaviest quality v crimp 28 guage painted, $2.00 per square. " " " " galvanized, $3.25 " Best, $1.30 per hundred. rcrtilizer for wheat, good, 90c. per hundred Other bargains by the score. A Large Line of New Clothing FALL AND WINTER STYLES You Can Buy the Same Quality SHOES for Less Money than Sold by Others All Welcome! A Country Store in Town! Come in! Phone 60 mo, an admirer ot Tho Citizen. J. W. VanWlnklo. IN OUR OWN STATE (Continued from Drat page) R. J. ENGLE, Berea, Ky. See 'THE FURNITURE MAN" MR, MC LAREN LEAVES BEREA if . nn Saturday evening, Sent. 23nl. thu workors of the College and a num ablencsa. bur of tho cltlious of lkrea met at GIFTS TO THE HOSPITAL Boone Tavern to Bay good bye, to McLaren. Mr. "And when thou doest alms let n President Frost wa tho siokea-nia- not thy left hand know what thy of tho gathering and voiced tho right band doeth." Theso were tho esteem In which Mr. and Mm. McLar- words ot Jesus and were spoken by en aro hold In Borea. At tho clow him In order to condemn ostentaof his talk tho President presented tious giving giving for tho advertiseo Mr. McLaren with a beautiful homo-mad- ment that Is In It. cowrtet as a keepsako from hla Tho Citizen has discovered Unit many Berea friend. there aro a number of people in Do-rMr. and Mrs. McLaren wre both who are literally practicing tho students In Uerca College. They precept ot the Master, for their gifts returned to Korea alx yeara ago when are unknown to tho public and thoy Mr. McLaren accepted tho position deslro to have them remain so. Hut of Accountant. It la needless to Bay this liberty la taken with their pur-pothat they will bo missed In every In ordor to encourago others good work. In Mr. McLaren's departo practlco tho same kind ot ghlng. o ture tho Institution loses ono of Its It Is os8lblo that a good many most faithful and loyal workers and think that tho Hospital Is ablo to It Is Indeed very much to bo regretted tnko care ot Itself, and has no needs that the condition of Mrs. McLaren's that the charitably Inclined In IJerea health made It necessary for them could supply. Dut last year a number to leave. of women led by Mrs. Lou Hanson Thoy go to Spoknne, Wash., where and Mrs. Dodgo gavo canned fruit, Mr. Mclarcn Joins two ot his IJerea Jollies and Jam, and tho Mrs. Lou College follow studeuta In Y. M. C. and Fay Hanson havo given grapes A. work. this year. Miss Laura Click sends In Mrs. McLaren loft Borea In July a supply of milk, butter, jelly and Jam to spend tho summer with friends almost every month and bo does Mrs. in Illinois. Mrs. Cowloy haB been very generous UNION CHURCH RALLY SERVICES In giving fruits, gowns and klmonas, and a rocking chair for tho nurses Tho Rally Day services at tho from her has lecn very much appreUnion Church which were advertised ciated. In Tho Citizen last week proved very Miss Lottie Gnodcll furnishes ono eujoyablo and profitable. Tho Sunday ot the largest rooms In tho Hospital. was School program was all that Sho Is mnklng a children's ward of It promised Interesting from first to In memory of llttlo Anna Cowley. allast, as exercises by tho children Miss Cameron has furnished a room ways aro. Tho numbers on tho proalso, as has Mlsa Moore and some of tho gram were well prepared, and her northern friends. children In groups and classes on Mrs. Thomson and Mrs. Rills havo which was banked with sent their old mngazlnes for which tho platform, corn and pumpkins tho fruit of tho tho Inmates ot tho Hospital havo field, mndo beautiful pictures. At been very grateful. And last year Mrs. tho close of tho program tho Sunday Kills Biipplled through her friends a School was grouped on tho south sldo number of sheets, pillow cases, two of tho Auditorium, tho mothers wlUi comforters, blankets and a number of tho babies standing In tlio rear, for night shirts, whtlo Miss Itoblnson's a picture which was mado by Mr. Otcg. friends Bent a dozen sheets, towels Tho Sunday School program was ami pillow cases, half a dozen cookfollowed by music by the choir and ing nprons, tea towels and somo ulght Interesting addresses by Professor gowns, nnd not tho least appreciated and Hobertson, Professor Dlnsnioro of nil, somo old cloths which como President Frost on tho general sub- In well In surgical dressings, ject, "Tho Valuo of tho Church." Tho Hospital Is proving a great Prof. Robertson showed strikingly blessing to tho school, tho town and tho Individual's need of tho church community In general nnd such gifts and Prof. Dlnsnioro gavo n number ns tho nl)ovo help It greatly to meet ot reasons why 0110 should attend. tho needs and comforts of Its paPres. Frost spoko xnoro particularly tients. of tho Ideals and alms ot tho Union church, entering slightly Into Its INTERESTING LETTERS history, rending Its convenant and Sopt. 15, 1911. closing with an lnvltntlon to tho members to Join In a renewal of that Dear Dr. Frost: I Blmply can't tell you how much convennnt ea su co-pl- Tho services were very Impressive, tho Interesting music between tho addresses adding much to their enjoy even rabbits and squirrels, until the quail season opens November 15th. Tho statute, a few years ago, was mado sweeping because, If ono kind ot game was exempted, hunters would go Into tho field for that, and, while there, kill anything that they chanced I want to bo there to begin work to see. When It Is unlawful to kill this term. any kind of game It Is considered I am teaching this fall, trying to prima facto ovldenco ot guilt to seo pass on somo ot tho good things a man In the field with dog or gun. which I learned whllo ud there. NEWS OF THE WEEK Also teach two Sunday School classes Continued from Grit page ono nt tho church at , tho other at a school house about ono national Peace Treaties. and a half miles from home. ADMIRAL SCHLEY DIES I lovo Berea very dearly and exSUDDENLY port to spend a number of years Admiral Schley was stricken with thoro yet. I wouldn't take anything a cerebral hemorrhage on tho streets for the feeling of which In Now York, Monday. His death was camo with my two years of work up practically instantaneous, and tho there. throngs that surrounded his body as I shall never cease to wish Berea It tell on the street were unable to and her workers much success and to recognize him for somo time. Ho pray that other young people may bo was finally Identified by the" Inscripled to take advantago of tho opportion on his watch, given by his nat tunities offered them by Berea ive state In honor ot his rescue of Lieutenant Greeley In the Arctic .Hoping that you may have a very Veglons. successful year, I remain Admiral Schley Is known as tho A loyal friend and student ot hero of Santiago, for much of the Berea College. credit for the great victory of tho American fleet over tho Spaniards was duo to him, Admiral Sampson Bethany, W. Va., Sept. 25, 1911. not arriving on tho sceno until tho Editor Citizen: battle was nearly over. Your readers may be Interestecd lu MADEHO ELECTED a brief report of tho work ot a CounTho presidential election In Mexl-Ic- o ty Supt. of schools in this County In waB held last Sunday. Madero, West Virginia. tho Revolutionist, having no opposiIt has been my pleasure to meet tion, of course was elected. Tho tho Supt. of schools ot this county chief Interest In tho election centerand I wns somewhat surprised to find ed around the selection of the Saurcz, who was favored that ho had spent his vacation In taking up ono country school house by Madero, Is said to have been after another and seeing that every easily the winner. Tho presidential needed repair on tho building was term In Mexico Is six years, and It mado and In many cases various conIs hoped that during that time Maveniences added. Fences properly re- dero will bo ablo to glvo real stabilpaired, grounds graded where neces- ity, to the Mexican Government Ho sary, walks laid, trees set out, and Las declared that ho will not stand grounds properly seeded. After this for at the end ot his work was completed In every district term. In tho county, appliances STEPHENSON BEING INVESTIGwero added to assist tho teacher in ATED Instruction. Tho election ot Senator StephenThis work when loft to each dis- son for the Senatorshlp from Wiscontrict Is generally neglected or poorly sin Is being Investigated by a Sendono at a very much greater expense ate. Committee appointed , for tho than when dono In a business way purpose. Tho Senator, placed on the as has been dono In this county. that ho spent stand, acknowledged Most respectfully, NOMINATED FOR REPRESENTATIVE S. L. Clark. (Continued from Brit pge. over a hundred thousand dollars to acres of land, good dwelling, barn tecuro his election, but declares that and other building, water and orchnone of It went to buy votes. Ho ard. D. N. Welch, Berea. Ky. states that his postago bill alono a mounted to eleven thousand dollars. BEST BARGAINS MRS. ROOSEVELT HURT Mrs. Roosevolt was thrown from her horso near her home last Saturday and was so seriously hurt that sho. Is said to have been unconscious for a number of hours. She Is now recovering but It Is thought It will be several days before sho is able R. H. CHRISMAN. to bo out again. HAS BROKEN TRADITION Tho Pope ot Rome has broken the tradition ot centuries. His loneliness and aro said to have been more than ho can stand, and members of his family havo now taken up their abode with him In the Vatican. home-sickness FOR SALE Thlrty-sl- x acres of land bordering Berea, on the Richmond pike, Birn and dwelling. A good home for my three-fourth- Best Bargains that have ever been In farms, beautiful building lots, houses and lots, and first class business lots. We can salt the purchaser In almost any kind ot property he wants, as the above have been carefully selected In the most desirWe able parts of the town. can sell you a farm of a few acres near town for a small amount ot money, or, anything from this up to a first class Blue Grass farm. It you have any notion ot becoming Interested In a beautiful location at, or near Berea, It will certainly be to your Interest to call and see or write to Wyatt and Cornelius, Real Estate Rooms No. 1, 2 and 10. Berea Bank and Trust Co, Building, Berea, Ky. offered FOR SALE Col-leg- o. one wishing to educate his chilLot on Depot Street Joining the s dren. Only about mllo skating rink on the vest, 74 feet from college. I will also sell my home place front by 143 feet back. For particuon Chestnut Street consisting ot 2ft lars call upon or phone, A. P. Settle, Kingston. MadUoa County, Ky. PALACE MEAT MARKET price paid for butter, eggs and chickens Kldd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you want and get what you call for. Highest market U. 1. ROBERTS, Prop. Do You Want to Buy a Good Blue Grass Farm ? Do you want to buy a good building lot in Berea and do as others have done, build you a Mt. Vernon, Sept. 23, 1911. Tho Mr. Kelley was born nnd raised iti Borea, Ky. Enjoying facilities that few local Harlan County and was a prominent newspapers can boast of Tho ClUzcn cltlzon there for a number of years, In, "liar excellence," tho best local, having served ono term In tho Legis lature from Harlan. Ho moved to Garor county paper I know. It Is certaluly sultod for a weekly, rad County somo years ago and wns family newspaper, containing as jt also elected to tho Legislature from does In a coudeused form, tho State Garrard, winning oer his Democratic ' and National nows, sultablo for gen- opponent In a district traditionally Democratic. Mr. Kelley Is now ono eral publication. Would that hundreds read it where or Boroa's moat upright citizens, aud tons are reading It now. if elected will certainly stnnd for tha Enclosod find chock for a year's best Interests of his county and state advancod subscription, nnd, believe In tho next Legislature. Berea Citizen, laturo from Madison County. comfortable home, educate your children and make a living? Or is it a common to medium farm you want at a moderate price for either cash or terms with easy payments, close around and convenient to Berea College ? It may be more convenient for you to buy some of the beautiful homes already built that I have for sale for my clients in Berea. Good enough for anybody. I have plenty of Real Estate in Madison and adjoining Counties for sale at a price to suit any one,, from $10 per acre to $150 per acre owing to the quality and location of the land. Think it over and write me what you want or call at my office and we will talk it over. REMEMBER WHAT I SAY, you will always get a square deal with Holiday If interested. CALL UPON OR ADDRESS, NOW IS THE TIME TO GET BUSY The Best Qualities of I havo larjro farms, small fumiH, Rood farnm and poor faring costly farms and cheap farms for xnlo. I Imvo a special farm for tho man who wants to Hund his uhlldren to school at Huron, Ky. It contains sixty acres JiiHtoutHldo tho corporation, ifood house, uood barn, lino, cool, koft, sulphur water in yartl fenced with wlro. This farm Is worth fl.OOO hut I can soil tho sntno to you now for 13,000 on terms to suit. 1 also Imvo a small farm contnlnlnirM) neroH, level, fairly Kod cottntfo, house, splendid orchard fenced with wlro fonce, In a good community, good mllo. If you want a good school. Christian and Baptist Church In homo now If) tho time. I can sell you this place for f 1,600 cash. I feol suro I can suit you In any thing you may want in farm lands or town property In Hurra, Ky. town property. also have some iha I will uhII vnii my beautiful nronortv on North side Chestnut St. ex 1 resident tending to High St. with an eight room, two story frame houso good cistern 12x12 ft. barn and plenty of fruit trees. call on or write Come and stock-barn.iroo- Staple and Fancy Groceries That the market can afford. Try a sack of our Lexington Cream Flour or Zarings Patent Flour, two of the best on the market. If we please you tell others; if hot tell us. d G. D. Room 4, Berea Bank & Trust Building HOLLIDAY s, J. f. BICKNELL MtinSt. W. I. DOOLEY BEREA, KY. Berta, Ky. THE CITIZEN. October 5, 1911 for the last six years. Dr. Hcndrcn is a citizen of the highest type of Governor Willson for the extension of the Countv Unit Bill an an amendment for the extension of the County Unit Mill as an amendr. .!. i.f. ii. mm u.:iiiPiiiiea 11 :.. ins everv-ua- i inc. iiousauusucKS. ment to Section Jp'xj of the Kentucky Statutes. The record shows, page 140 of the .Senate Journal, that Conn Linn, Thos. A. Combs. Mark Ryan, L. W. Arnctt, (i. T. Herman OF THE LIQUOR INTERESTS. On page 11, January 4U1, after the election of Pages of the Sen Joe F. Bosworth were appointed Wyatt, Senate asD. Ncwcomb and by the a Committee on ate, Lieut. Gov. Cox. President of the Senate, vacated the Chair Rules; and on page 140 of whereupon Geo. II. Pctcr., Chief Clerk of the Senate, took the Chair Catlett, R. L. Hubble, W. the Senate Journal, Thos. A. Combs, J. R. K. Dowling, C. W. Mathers, Joe F. Bosand announced that nominations were in order for President pro tern worth, N. II. of the Senate. Mr. Thos. A. Combs nominated Conn Linn as a suit- Committee on Chipnian, Mark Ryan and Chas. W. Nagle were the Religion and Morals. able received to His Whiskey Record and His Votes 26 personthe fill this office. Thcv took the vote and. he Mr. Linn On page 221 of said Journal is Senate Bill No. 1, which is an Act votes in Senate; whereupon the Chief Clerk declared to amend Chapter duly elected President pro tern .of the present session, who took the Section 2560 of the at of the Acts of 1906, entitled, An Act to amend Kentucky Statutes, it being a portion of Article Thereon, as Shown by the Senate Journal as required ly the Constitution of the Commonwealth. oatn of Chapter 8t of the Kentucky Statutes, entitled Liquors IntoxicatOn page is, on the same day, Gus Brown proposed the follow ing. The president pro tern of the Senate referred said Bill to the ing resolution: of the 1910 Legislature of Kentucky. Committee on Religion and Morals. The Senators named below olw "Be It Resolved by the Senate of Kentucky, that the Chairman jeeted to of the Senate Democratic Caucus and the President pro tern of the committee,the action of the president in referring said bill to said and appealed from such action on the part of the PresiSenate arc hereby authorized and directed to select and appoint a dent to the Senate. Committee on Rules, of which they shall be members. They shall (Signed) CLAUDF. M. THOMAS, also prepare and adopt of under which the Senate shall DEFEATED THE COUNTY UNIT BILL operate and do business a set the rules .succeeding regular election of MS EFFORTS until next john l. vicf., tlic senate in 1912. lhcy arc further ... authorized and directed to j.'j.' watkins: ... .1 . t. ...'..1? aii iunu sucu siauuim: comtmiiccs as 111c ruics inav provide ior Whereupon the President pro tern of the Senate vacated the winch standing committees shall continue until the next regular ses Chair, and designated the Senator from McCrackcn county to presjon of the Senate in iota." On January nth (page 92 of the State Journal), Mr. Combs, of side over the Senate, pending the appeal. Mr. Combs moved tlicm. the Temperance People May Expect If He Is the Committee on Rules, nrescnted a rcnort entitled "Rules of the previous question, and it was so ordered. And the Chief Clerk Senate, Frankfort, Kentucky, January loth, 1910." By this repoit the vote, and the vote was taken thereon and the decision of tlw the Same Treatment at His Hands. the rules of the Senate are fixed, by which the Senate is to be gov President pro tern sustained, and the appeal not allowed. Among erned in the transaction of business, and they fix the power of the the Senators vetting to sustain the President pro tcin of the Senate, Lieut. Governor, the presiding officer of the Senate, and take from and refer said bill to said committee, of which he was himself a memthe presiding officer of the Senate the power to appoint all standing ber and voting in the fiirmativc, was Senator Joe F. Bosworth (see pages 2U, 222 and 223 of the Senate Journal). committees. Rule 14 is as follows: Senate Bill No. 177, page 238, regarding the classification of cit"The following standing committees, eni.1i to be composed of live or more senators, shall be appointed by the Committee on Rules ies and towns, was introduced by Mr. Bosworth to change the classiheretofore provided for by resolution at the commencement of the fication of certain cities and towns in this state. . t t On page 88 Mr. Mathers introduced Senate Bill No. 44, it being .session, aim no siauumg committee snail nc ciiangcu unless in com An Act to amend Section 2560 of the Kentucky Statutes, entitled pliancc with a resolution introduced by the Committee on Rules." Liquors Intoxicating. Rule 50 of the said rules, reads as follows, On page 3114 it is shown that the followinc oairs were an "No bill shall be put upon its final passage until.it has been printed for the use of members, has had two readings and has been nounced : . ., recom... ... , . .. ? .! Mr. Bosworth with Mr. Ililliard Smith: Mr. Bosworth. if nrcs- rcporicu I.10 me acnaic wuu citner a moraine or uutavoranic mendation from flic committee which had it under consideration ent. would vote against the advancement of Senate Bill No. 44, while Provided, that the Rules Committee shall have the power at any Mr. niniiu would nave voted lor it. On page 107. Senate Bill No. jj : An Act to amend Chanter 21 of time to call from the orders of the ilav any bill or resolution, and propose the same to the Senate for consideration, and should the Senate the Acts of 1906, entitled An Act to amend Section 2560 of the Kendecide by a vote to consider it, it shall be immediately put upon its tucky Statutes, entitled Liquors Intoxicating. On page 398 the passage. lie Rules Committee is further authorized and shall have President of the Senate, Lieut. Gov. Cox, referred this bill, when introduced, to the Committee on Kentucky Statutes. Mr. Dowlinir the right at any time to call from the othec committee or committee anv bill or resolution in their hands, and have the same advanced to excepted to the action of the President in referring said bill to the the leading to which the same mav be entitled. Anv report or expres committee on Kentucky Statutes, and mcve.i that Senate Bill No. 44 sion of opinion from the Committee on Rules on any such bill, reso be referred to the Committee on Religion and Morals. The President lution or measure may he and shall lie in lieu of the report of any ruled that Mr. Dowlimr was out of order. Mr. Dowlimr rave notice committee having had under consideration any such bill, resolution of an appeal from the decision of the Chair. Said appeal, when reduced to writing, is as follows: or measure. hencver a committee fails or refuse to return a bill "The President of the Senate hrtviim assigned said bill No. a.i as hereinbefore set out. or fails or refuses, for an unreasonable time, to report same to Senate, it may be called up by any Senator, and to the Committee on Kentucky Statutes, which is identical with shall be considered in the same manner at is would have been con Senate Bill No. t, which was referred by the Senate to the Commitsidered if it had been reported bv the committee. Action upon all tee on Religion and Morals, therefore "we. the undcrst'inicd. hereby bills which are reported to the Senate without cither a favorable or appeal from the decision of the Chair. unfavorable recommendation shall be held to be indefinitely post (Signed) WILLIAM E. DOWLING, poned. N. B. CI II I'M AN." On Januarv nth, page 117. when Mr. Linn, President pro tern of tho Senate, made tiic famous report, in which the power of the On page 72.1. Senate Bill No. 1: An Act to amend Section 2i(o presiding officer of the senate was taken from the hands of the Lieu- of the Kentucky Statutes, a bill relating to Intoxicatiutr Liouor.s. tenant Governor and placed in the hands of the Committee on Rules. same was reported without expression of opinion. Under the rules there appears the following: heretofore adopted by Conn Linn, Chairman, and Thos. A. Combs, Mr. Dowling moved to defer action on the report. and recommended by them, further action on said bill was indefiniteDr. J. Harry Hcndrcn. Mr. Raton proposed an amendment by way of a substitute, that ly postponed. the senate do now reject the report of the Committee on Rules. On page 724, February 12th, Mr. Thomas moved that Senate ANNOUNCEMENT. Mr. Faton moved that the previous question be now put. Bill No. be advanced lo the orders of the daw and the nucstion The question being taken thereon, it was decided in the affirm being taken thereon, it was decided in the negative: and the yeas I desire to announce my.sclf as an Independent candidate foi ative. and nays being demanded by Messrs. Linn and Combs, were found And the yeas and nays oeing ordered thereon by Messrs. Linn to stand 14 in the affirmative and 16 in the negative, Mr. Bosworth State Senator in the' Seventeenth Senatorial District, composed of Wyatt, were as follows: voting to keep said Senate Bill No. from beintr advanced to the the counties of Hell, Knox, Laurel, Jackson. Pulaski, Rockcastle and and Those who oted in the affirmative: orders of the day. On motion of Mr. Combs, the session of the Sen Whitley, subject to the action of the voters at the regular election ile on February the 27th was extended indefinitely. Salmon, II. At. Arnott, 11. M. Katon. W. V. November, 191 1. Graham, J. C. Asserting his Constitutional rights, in which he was sustained Beard, I'. J. Smith. J. T. GrlRsby. 15. C. K. Tnylor. G. A. by the President of the Senate, on the same day Lieut. Gov. Cox susIn making this announcement. I feel it due to the people of this Bertram,Gus. Brown, IIokk. K K. Thomas. Claude Al. tained him, Mr. Thomas called Senate Bill No. 44 out of the hands district to say that I am not a politician and I will not ask you to elect Brown, It. II. Tlclicnor. Dr. It. !. Jarvls. O. T. of the Committee on Religion and MoVals, to which said bill had Burnam, A. K Oliver, A. J. Vice. John U. me to the Senate without knowing some of the things for which I Cureton, Nat C. I'ritchard J. R. Watklns. J. I. (22) heen relerred. 1 he f 'resilient .ruled that said lull should be placed stand. I favor the enactment of all good, wholesome laws which Dowling. W. ):. nn;.-.- upon the orders of the daw Mr. Combs and Mr. I low will make our State a better "Kentucky Home," laws which will of an appeal from the decision of the Chair. In accordance with the Those who otcd in the negative were: rules of the Senate, the said appeal was reduced to writing, and then check crime, and which are almost void so long as we have intoxiL. W. Comba, Thos. A. I'yaii, Alark. read by the Clerk, and was as follows: s of the people arc Arnctt. cating liquors sold in our counties where Bosworth, Joe F. Taylor. K. At. Linn, Conn. "J he Chair having decided that Senate Bill No. 4.1 had been in Wyatt, G. T. (11) Nagle. Chas. W. of same. The fact that liquor, directly or indi- Catlott, J. It. opposed to the sale the hands of the Committee on Religion and Morals an unreasonable Cblpman, X. It. Ncwcomt. It. D. rectly, is in 90 per cent of the cases responsible for the crimes comlength of time, with no report thereon and having held that the SenThe question was then taken upon the adoption of the substi ator from Bourbon county could call said bill from the hands of said mitted in the counties of the district, I feel that it is high time that the people should take the matter in hand and send men to the Leg- tutc, and it it was decided in the affirmative. And the vcas and navs ciiiimittcc, and that said bill is now in the orders of the day, the Linn and Combs, undersigned prosecute an appeal from the decision of the Chair islature and Senate who favor the enactment of laws governing the being ordered by Messrs.affirmative were: were as follows: Those voting in the therein. I favor a law on this subject sale of liquor in the State of Kentucky. "(Signed) THOS. A. COMBS, Smith. J. T. Graham. J. C. such as will give to the people of the entire county an opportunity Arnott, B. M. ' GrlRsby. B. C. Taylor. G. A. Bertram, K. E. K. HOGG." Hogg. K. K. lo say by their ballots whether liquor shall be sold in their county Brown, Gun. Thomas, Claude At. Tlchenor, Dr. B. V. Brown, Jarvls, G. T. il 'I'll Privit1fllt (if till SfMlflt tllOnifllWttl .. . . or not, and I shall vote for and do all in my power for the adoption Cureton, It. B. C V,lltlll( till rl.rI- tiltll Hl.lVU''tl Watklns, J. J. Nat I'ritchard. J. T. Mr HrA W4 . ..... f'nim I ttin Prr!ttrtit tint tfm Iwivitiii til. nr.ciil!nr irillVUl nf fi V.itUMI of a law known as "The County Unit Bill." iw tviiit "vviiiiiv Wyatt, O. T. (21) V. Salmon, It. B. Katon, W. the Senate, pending the appeal. The proposition was put, "Shall the I also favor the enactment of a law giving State aid in the conChair prevail as the judgment of the Senate?" The question being Those voting in the negative were : hL'imi .....lit. it'tj. uvviilv-- l 1.1 tli. t struction and building of Good Roads in this State. 'Pl. t..i.l... .11 bilk ....! ........ I...? ,.,.-I lit " t..l? .lllll 11,13 llClim ..r.w.i, Nagle. Chas. W. Chlpman. N. B. W. demanded thereon, stood as follows: in favor of any legislation leading to better educational Arnott, L.J. . I am Ncwcomb, II. D. Combs, Thos. A. Beard, 1. P. J. Beard and fifteen others, making sixteen votes to sustain Dowling. W. K. Ityan, .Mark. Bosworth, Joe F. advantages and will vote for any measure looking to that end. Taylor, K. AI. (12) Linn, Conn. Catlott, J. it. the Republican Lieutenant Governor. Those vetting on the negative I am in favor of and will vote for a direct election of United side of the question were eighteen in number, of which L. W. Arnett Mr. Wyatt moved to reconsider the vote. States Senators by the people. flu nnm ..Si .in. M....lt.... ...... first ...... j.. ... mill tm . mi); vj M of Mr.- Linn, ordered that the Senate take a recess-fo- moved that further consideration of Senatewi. On motion Bill No. 44 be indefinitely I am .in favor.of a square dcaHor the laboring man and will vote ten minutes. The yeas and nays being ordered thereon by Mr. postponed (February 23), Mr. Dowling moved the previous question for any measure to belter his conditions. Cureton and Mr. Watkins, were as follows: on said motion. Those who voted in the affirmative were: 1 am in favor of a direct Primary FJection law to nominate canMr. Thomas moved, as a substitute for said motion, that Senate didates for State, District and County offices, payable out of public Arnett, B. AI. Bill No. 44, be read the third time, and placed upon its passage. Ityan, Mark. Combs, Thos. A. Salmon, It. Al. Dowling. W. B. The question being taken upon the adoption of the substitute profunds, under the proper prescribed penalties, regulating same, there- Arnett, L. W. Taylor, K. AI. JIokk. K. K. posed by Mr. Thomas, was decided in the negative. And the vcas qualifications the standard of candidates, in- Hoard, V. J. V. by making merit and Tlcheno- -. Dr. I). F. Linn, Conn. Bosworth, Joo and nays being required thereon by Messrs. Combs ami liatonMr. Wyatt, 0. f. (17) Naglo, Chas. W. of "boodle and bo.ssism." .This will place the nomination of Catlott, J. K. stead Arnett and 11 others voted in the affirmative. Those voting in the Chlpman, N. B. candidates for the various offices in the hands of the people, instead negative were Mr. Joe F. Bosworth and 14 others. Those who voted in the negative were : of party machinery. The question was then taken upon the motion made by Mr. Dowling, and it was decided in the affirmative. The yeas and nays this platform I respectfully solicit your active support and Bertram, K. On Smith. J. T. Graham, J. C. being demanded by Mr. Thomas and Mr. Dowling, were as follows: Taylor, G. A. Urlgsby, 1). G. Drown, Gus. J. HARRY IIENDREX. influence in my behalf. 1'. Thomas, Cluudo At. Those voting in the affirmative were Mr. loe F. Bosworth and Jarvls, U. Brown, H. it. Vice, John L. Oliver, A. J. Burnam, A. It. fifteen others, and those voting in the negative were Mr. Arnett and Wutklns, J. J. (1C) I'rltchard, J. T. Cureton. Nat C. 11 others. Katon, W. V. ANNOUNCES FOR STATE SENATOR. Mr. Linn moved to reconsider the vote by which the Senate had The Republican patty, in its ttlatform in which Governor Will-so- n adopted said motion. Mr. Linn moved to lay said motion on the table; and the question being taken thereon, it was decided in the was a candidate, declared in favor of the County Unit Bill. Dr. J. H. Hcndren Announces As Independent Popular This record of the Senate shows that on January 4th, 1910, in affirmative. The yeas and nays being demanded by Messrs.. Linn Man and Member of Fraternal Orders. his message to the House of Representative, page 46 of the State and I nomas, were as follows: hose voting m the affirmative were Mr. Joe F. Bosworth and fifteen others; those voting in the negative Journal, he recommended the passage of the County Unit Bill. On page 58 of the Senate Journal, January 5th. Senator Vice were Mr. Arnett and eleven others; Mr. Bosworth, while elected as a We carry in this week's issue the announcement of Dr. J. Harry Ileudrcu as an Independent candidate for State Senator of this dis- introduced Senate Bill No. ; An Act to amend Chapter 21 of the Republican, voting against the County Unit plank in the Republican trict. Mi", ileudrcu was born in Madison county, Kentucky, and is Acts of 1906, entitled An Act to amend Section 2560 of the Kentucky platform, and though claiming to be a Republican, he was voting all wuisxcy people. 38 years old. He graduated at old Center University in 1891, grad- Statutes, it being a portion of Article of Chapter 81 of the Ken- mt wiine 111 me miercsis 01 111c 12th, Mr. Conn Linn, of the CommitOn page 139, January the uated at Stale A. & M. College in 1807, spent 011c year, 1898, in the tucky Statutes, emitted Liquors Intoxicating. On January 17th, tee on Standing Committees, made the following report: d United States Geological Survey, one year, 1899, on the Pacific coast. page 180, the following pairs were announced in the Senate: Mr. "We. the undersigned, in obedience to a resolution hereiofom Smith with Mr. Bosworth. Mr. Bosworth, if present, would He is also a graduate from the Hospital College of .Medicine, Louisville, and is a member of Ashland Lodge No. 640, F. and A. M., vote against the advancement and passage of Senate Bill No. 1, while adopted by your Honorable Code, authorizing and empowering us Standing Committees for Mt. Vernon. Ky.; member of Mountain Lodge No. i8y, K. of P., Mr. Smith, if present, would have voted for it, if it had come before to appoint the most respectfully report the present session of the that we have to the best of Se.iate. would Jllaiiche, Kw; member of Board of Control Pythian Home, Lexing- the Senate. Senate Bill No. was introduced to regulate the whiskey traf- our ability discharged our duty, and hereby report the following ton, Ky., member of State .Medical Society, member of I. O. O. P., JJhj Hill Lodge No. 348, Blanche, Ky., and has lived in Bell count fic t. Kentucky and with a view to carrying out the recommendation Standing Committees, BOSWORTH, THE FRIEND AND SUPPORTER 1 1 111 v - 1 Read 1 . Re-Elect- ed ptfr ? .1 . a I to-wi- t: 1 -- 1 c.-iv- four-fifth- '.tw I Mll,.. ltfisti-itrtl- t viif-ini- -- .... -- 1 1 1 Hil-liar- 1 to-wi- t: October 5, 19il On Rules. Conn Mnn, Thou. A. Combs. .Mnrk Uynn. L. V. Arnett. Chalrmnn. THE CITIZEN O. T. Wyntt. Ilormnn D. Nowcorab. Page Semi Joe F. Iloswotth. Man's Capacity Only Limit Hy Rev. BARRY D. HALL of Tempt BEREA Five Great Schools Cinder One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE Of THE MOUNTAINS What Are Yoar Talents 7 What Hrc Yoar Rims? Berea Has the Training That Is Best For YOU, On Religion and Morals. J. Thou. A. Combs, Chairman. U. Cntlett. R. L. Hubble. W. B. Howling. C. V. Mnlhcrs. J. F. Hosworth. N. IJ. Chlpmnn. Mnrk Hynn. Clin. W. Nnglc. MlnnnpolU, Minn, Ilapiltt Church, n. Mines and Mining, M. Calmon, Chnlrmnii. II. II. Hinllh. i.. H. Brown. Mnrk Uynn. J. T. I'rltchard. Joo P. Ilosworlh. M. Arnctt. N. H. Chlpmnn. 11. ALL MUST WORK Improvement TOGETHER V. 13. Dowllng. a Necetilty, 8oclety Whether the Community Be Large or Small. amendment to the Rules: "In view of the .'rent number of bills now in the orders of the day, and the numbc Kiii into the orders of the day, each succeed-im- r day, and in order to make more certain and specific when your oPHinttec on Rules Khali exercise the power of calling up bills and resolutions for passage, ' We, your Committee on Rules, hereby recommend that the Rules be amended. altered and changed only so as to read, 'that said .'jIis Committee is authorized to exercise the exclusive right and W, )ih'gc of calling up bills and resolutions and proposing same for e linal during the last twelve days of the session. " 'Xotliiiig in this rule shall be construed as an abridg or curtailment of any Senate Rule now in effect.' (Signed) TIIOS. A. COMnS, MARK RYAN, (i. T. WYATT, I.. W. ARNETT, pas-ag- On kikc g2, February aStli, tberc appears tlic followinp: "Mr. I inn. of the Committee on Rule, proposed the following Jul? I llOSWORTJl." reported without expression of opinion, and under the rules of the Senate further consideration of said bill was indefinitclv postponed. in page 103. after this famous Committee on Religion and Morals, of which Senator Hosworth was a member, aided by Conn J.mr & Co., had put to sleep all the local option bills that had been offered, ai the instance of the Committee on Rules, House Hill N'o. jo, An Act to amend and an Act entitled, An Act to amend An Act entitled An Act to assign the cities and towns of this (. ommonwealth to the classes to which they belong, was called up In the Committee on Rules, and passed by "the Senate, Senator Joe ! Hosworth voting in the affirmative, and thereby extending and widening the territory in which the Countv Unit did not apply. Under the law as it stood then the County Onit did not apply to cities having the fourth class; but by this act," to make matters doubly sure, a number of cities and towns, none of which had the population required by Section iJuof the Constitution of Kentucky, which e s that cities shall have 8.000 to o,ooo population, fourth-clas- s s cities 3,000 to 8,000 population, and cities 1,000 t 3.000 population, were transferred from the fifth class to the fourth, and from the fourth class to the third, none of which had the required number of population. Hy this bill the cities were removed from the effect of the County Unit Hill ; and under a recently decided case in Pulaski County, the case of Griffith V. Powell, in which the city of Somerset, in said county, was transferred rom the fourth to the third class, had a population of only the city of Middlesborough. in Hell County, which was transferred from the fourth class to the third class, had a population of only 7,305: and the city of Corbin, Whitley County, was transferred from tile r. ft It to the fourth class, when it had a population of only 2,589; when under said decision, which can be found in 136 Southwestern page 025; it is more important now than ever that the temperance people have a man in the Senate who will be governed b the Constitution and the law, and not permit the whiskey people" to further eiilaigc the territory, and transfer cities from one class to another, when they have not the population to justify it, in order to satisfy the greed of the whiskey interests. .'Hie Jjth Rule adopted by the Senate, at the instance of Conn I .full and Tims. A. Combs, created a Committee on Mines and Mining, to which committee all bills pertaining to mines and mining m Kentucky were referred. Among the members of that committee was Mr. Joe I Hosworth. The number of bills which were intro duced and referred to that committee, and which were put to sleep by him and his committee, the miners of the county know about. Can the voters of the Seventeenth Senatorial District afford to end Hosworth back to the Senate, to again betray them on the iouiu unit miir w c say, Hosworth is a whiskey 'man, is not in line with his party, and is opposed to the passage of the County Unit Hill. Is he bigger than his party? Again we answer, NO. Jr. J. Harry Heudren, who is an Independent Republican for the Senate, is an Countv Unit man. Vote for him, and vote for a man who will work for temperance legislation, and thereby rid the district of whiskey, which is responsible for ninety per cent of the crimes committed in Southeastern Kentucky. At a meeting of the oinan s Christian cinpcrancc Union heh in 'incville, Ky September 0. 191 1, the following resolutions wer( offered and unanimously adopted Kit... f Ifnrrt TsitiiiVftti wtttt WHKRKAS. Dr. ftioiinced himself an Independent Republican candidate for the State m tnc .Senatorial District of Kenttickv, composed finale CountiesJicvcnteentltWhitley, Laurel. Rockcastle, Pulaski, Jackof Knox, A. fit son and Hell, against Joe F. Hosworth, Republican nominee, AND WHKRKAS, Dr. Hcndren's record both in private and public life on the whiskev question has always been right, NI) WHKRKAS l't isa well known fact that Mr. Hosworth is a tool of the Liquor Ring of Kentucky and is thereby an enemv to the good women and the Temperance "cause of this Senatorial bistrict, AND WHKRKAS, It is a well known fact that at the meeting of the last legislature, Mr. Hosworth did all in his power ami did by his otc help send the County Unit Hill to a whiskey committee, of which he was a member, and which committee did' not report the bill tn the Senate for passage, AND WHKRKAS, At the last local option election held in Ky Hosworth worked for and did all in his' power to retain the saloons there, NOW THKRKKORK be it resolved, first that Hosworth's acts and deeds do not, in our estimation, make him a fit representative of the good people of this district: second, that wc commend Dr. Heupeople, inespectivc of party of this dren to the decent, district, as a man well fitted to represent this district in the State Senate, and one who will not misrepresent his constituency and who will vote for the County Unit Hill first, last and all the tunc; third, that wc earnestly ask both the Democrats, Republicans and people of all political parties of this district to join with us and help rid this district of this nefarious liquor tool ; fourth, that a copy of this resolution he sent to all of the Woman's Christian Temperance Unions in this district and then special aid solicited in the fight for temperance; fifth, that a copy of these resolutions be printed in all the papers throughout this Senatorial District. MRS. J. H. SHY, President. MRS. T. R. WARK. Vice President. MRS. SARAH 15. MOSS, Cor. Sec'y. MRS. A LICK FUSON. MISS CYNTHIA AUSTIN. MRS. LUCY HOSKINS. MRS. LINN IK KLWOOD, VIRGINIA (I. STKVRNSQN. MRS, SARAH T. R1CKARDS, 1 On March tst, page x, when the hour arrived for special orders, Mr. Hosworth was one of tiic number voting to sustain an amendment to a rule offered by himself and other members uf the Committee on Rules. On page io.j, Senate Kill N'o. 337; An Act to amend Chapter 21 of the Kentucky Statutes, entitled An Act to amend Section --'560 of the Kentucky Statutes, entitled Liquors Intoxicating, same was Kvcry community, no lunttrr bow small, unless too sparsely settled needs nn Improvement soilety, and tt mny be that the eiceptlon noted in still more needy It It be found Imprac ticable to hnvo one, In siunll vlllageo thnt nre dependent upon township government only, the lnttor often lie Ins divided among several such vll lagcs, each one needs an organization for public work of civic character, mid rivalry should exist, so that each shnll vie with the others in seeking to obtain tbe bett ret.ii Its In many small centers of population there Is no other nay of binding together progressive spirits who nre willing to work for tbe good of nil, In rnro cases churches have been able to accomplish much good, but ns u rule there Is more than one In very vll Inge, nnd seldom do they irmnlten n Christian spirit to tbe extent of co operating for the public pood. A good live Improvement society will draw the progressive element from ench church nnd also those without thu church. That there Is need of civic Improvement work In every comma ntty none will deny, yet nothing can btf accomplished without nn organiza tion. Is not thnt sufficient reason for one In your locality If none extrts' good-nature- FINISHED CITY AS AN ASSET Attracts People, and So Brings Manu factures and Business In a Word, It Pays. A finished city attracts people. It brings manufacturers and business. People choose a beautiful city ns a place of residence. Visitors mnke pll grlmnges to It. d chil pro-Ml- third-clas- fifth-clas- way. They even mnke money. Hut more thnn this, they nre n necessary part of (he city, nnd of course they should be owned by It. If it be sug. gestcd thnt all this Is socialistic, the business man shrugs his shoulders and says: "It may be, but tt Is good bust ness." It Is much better than good business; It Is good statesmanship. A people take on the color of their city as a cbnmeleon takes on the color of Its hnbltat. People nre in n large meas ure what the city makes tbein. Los Angeles Times. dren make better citizens, better artl sans. The street railways, gas works, docks nnd other enterprlt.es pay their Pay for Trees. Tho New York courts have Just de cided u case brought by a resldeut of Long Island City, who detnunded $500 for tbo destruction of some trees on bis land by a construction company. The Jury returned a verdict for the full $500, but the Justice presiding trebled the dnmages, as the New York laws allowed him to do. The case was taken up to tho appellate court, which has Just decided, upholding the action of the trial Judge. The verdict, then, stands for $1,600 Instead of $500. Tbe value of the wood In the treiv is nut tbe value of the growing trees. A tree takes the best part of a century to come Into maturity In many rases. The mere value of the wood cannot replace the tree. A slack of lumber containing the same amount of ruble feet Is as nothing compared with the beautiful foliage, the grateful shade, tho graceful contour In the landscape. Tho next generation will probably consider that for a handsome tree on a residential street, u venerable oak or elm, the valuo should be ten times the price of the wood It contains. 1 out-and-o- ut 1 1 I 1 - Mid-dlesbor- o, law-abidi- 1 , Hired Crowns. To economical minds there lutitt be n certain waste Implied lu tbe making of a new crown for every queen. " Yet this has been the rule. Queen Alexandra nnd Queen Victoria both had crowns made for them, and It mob Queen Adelaide who was tho first to rebel against n hired crown. "I will not wear a hired crown," she said to tho minister who was discussing the matter with her. "Do you think It right I should?" "Madam, tbe luto king (George IV.) wore one." , -Well. I will not. I do not like It. I have Jewels enough to make one for myself," "In that case." Interposed the king, "they will have to pay for the Betting." "No, no," replied "Thy Nelghbo,-.- " Adelaide, "I will pay for It all my'Thou shalt love thy neighbor cs self." And this was tbe course thyself." We are all willing, to lova adopted. our neighbors. Hut that Is Just where God tests us. He gives us neighbors horn we naturally would not chooso Country Highways. i nrffpr tn fpnrh us In nr tinnn II It Is generally conceded that nothhelping tbe man ing will glvp better evidence of refine- real neighbor rule of ment, of welfare, In any community, next us, whoever he Is. Is I'ntll we do but nelKhborlincss sham. than having Its roads neatly kept, this, our Christian klna. J. It. a Miller, oiled, and lined with trees affording not the protection during the hottest days, D. D. and pleasant rest to the eye with Lovers of Evil. their greenery all tbe year round. Now and thou there Is a man who appears In eeiy community, who A Tardy Thought. "Now I think of It, that beggur Im does., evil because be loves evil. He goes' ubout towing the community posed on me." with misunderstandings, undermining "How so? men. iolsonlng men's stir "lie told me a pathetic tale uLout ring up bitterness nnd thoughts, tares sowing trying hard to get back to bis wile, nvery Mdo. Rev. N. U. who was a poor widow with tour of evil on . JliooMjn Hlllis. small children." Concr.'i-.atlonnllst- world, nccordlng to one's point of view. If his point of view is carnal instead of Christian, he will com plete this life In dlsapolnlinent; but If he views this world with the good und not the evil eye, he will see a grand old world, even Its clouds having n silver lining. One's point of view determines whether children are u blessing or a curse. If he has been reared to view them as an evil or misfortune, he will bo able to find no pleasure In them; but If he sees and a blessing, he them as can Bay, as uiu tne woman or oia. these are my Jewels." One man says, "Ian t It a annme I nave to worn Another says: "Isn't for a living?" It a blessing I have a chanco to earn a living?" Some say: "Isn't It shame that people have to get sick?" Others, "Isn't It glorious that sickness Is only temporary and good health Is the normal state." A mnn'R point of view determines his happiness. He must view ihinifs from tho spiritual rather than from tbe carnnl point of view to be satis-fleand happy. Thousands are happy with lltle and others are inlseranlo with much. Jesus explained this by the parable of the rich fool, who thought he had nil he needed to make him happy because his barns were tilled with plenty. And the fools nre not all dead yet; because there are thousands who think that all they need to be happy Is a fine borne, thoroughly furnished, and lots of money. These poor, unfoitunate people hnve not the ability to see that material possessions never did and never will make anyone contented nnd happy He who has not learned to be bappv with lltle would not be happy wfh much. This world Is big with blessings, other than money. If one Is only Able to sue and appropriate them. The only pleasures which renlly satisfy. lhat give contentment, peace and happiness, are splrltutl; and material blessings are only a curse unless they are spiritually enjoyed. This old world Is so big with blessings, material and spiritual, that there Is an abundance for all, and all of Its bless ings nre only limited by our ability to see and enjoy them urlght. Cod-gived legitimate business or philanthropy It will bless them, but If they see It through carnal eyes, simply nn opportunity for the gratification of the flesh. It will cause them to forget God nnd brotherllness, and to grow cold nnd haughty. It will lend them Into a mad rush for pleasure, causing thorn to commit involuntary suicide, burning out the candle of life at both ends. To leave the ordinary young man $50,000 Is equal to a through ticket to hell. Wealth Is a curse to the carnally-minded- . It must be seen through spiritual eyes before It be pomes n real blessing. This Is n glorious or horrid old Ood blesses man at every opportu nlty nnd furnishes every real Joy he is nblo to appropriate. Wo enjoy so little, not because of God's unwilling ness to bless, but because of our ln ability to receive nnd appropriate his blessings. This old world Is big with blesslngi: to him who has the eyes to tee them. Thousands stand before tho most beautiful landscapes and sec nothing but hills nnd valleys.. To the Ringing of the birds nnd tho beauties of nntnre Ihey nre deaf, nnd blind nnd dumb. A missionary saw African boys p.'nying with diamonds of rarest value. They were rocks nnd nothing more to the boys. Before the days of Franklin the air was as full of electricity as now, but our fatherr, went nn burning candles, deprived of the telephone nnd the telegraph, because none of them had the eyci to see It. All of our modern Inventions were .as possible to our fathers as they n'e to us; yet they plowed with crude instruments when they could have ridden the cultivator; they rode In ox carts when they could have ridden on the lightning express, only because they had no eyes to see these blessings and to appropriate them. And the world Is big with Inventions today, Involving great fortunes to him who Is able to see them, and the business world is big with murvclouB opportunities for those who bavo the eyes to see. Thus It Is clear that material blessings aro limited only by man's ability to sec and appropriate them. Hut material blessings are real blessings only to those who have the eyes to see them aright. If they see wealth ns an opportunity to serve their fellows through the channels of Are you not far advanced? Then enter tho FOUNDATION 8CHOOL, Thos. A. Edwards, Superintendent Her ym Will bo placed with others like yourself, under a special teacher.iand, jbj most rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and tho commas branches and bo ready to uso them. You will bavo singing, drawing. fans and household management, and freo Ono year in tho Vesaa datlon School costs less than $90 and Is worth 11,000. Aro you aiming to be a teacher? Then Join the NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Hero you wlU bo wm trained that you will fear no examination, and you will '60 taught how t ttaeh, Tho demand for Dcrca trained teachers far exceeds tho supply. Are you Interested In earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Miles E. Marsh, Dean. Home Science. Mountain Agriculture, Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Business Course, Etc Hero you soon doublo your earning power, and learn to enjoy 4ots things In a superior manner. Aro you desiring the next best thing to a College Course? Thns tate two years or three years In the GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Matheny, Dtan. Tw years, or three years. In such practical studies as will fit you for an bcatof-abland useful life. You select your studies from such as these: Physiology tho science of health; Civics tho scjenco of government; Orainniear tho art of correct speech and KthiesthQ science of Tigkt. and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general lntelllgosc; Botany necessary for tho doctor and interesting to every lady; FhysJe the science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc., etc. Do you wish to prepare to enter College? Start hi the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Francis E. Matfeetr. Dean. Best training In Mathematics, Languages, 8clence and History. TkV s Academy has Its own and Men's Dormitory, and a 'largo of students of high character and ability, able instructors, and 'uso of CoV-legLibrary and apparatus. text-bookBook-Bindinletter-writinclass-room- ber o Berea College The College Itself stands apart from all the pther schools under Rsms agement and has long maintained the highest standards known in tho Sertfc. To conform to iho Carneglo standards we have diminished our former requirements! Required and clccUvo studies with opportunity to opaeostnso tn particular lines. Largest, coll ego library bt Kentucky. laboratories) equipped for student practice: Coutuee leading to the degrees oC A. XL. X. B., B. L, and B. Fed. MU8IC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, TfcomV Band, may be taken for special foes in connection with work In any. of tti above schools. Questions Answered Berea, Friend of Working Students. Berea College, with its affTllatrC. schools, Is not a money-makininstitution. It requires certain fees. Irak' It expends many thousands of dollars each year for the benefit of Its students, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for stosToaf to earn and save in every way. OUR 8CHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to prcteet: tho character and reputation of Iho young people. Our students come trot the best families and aro earnest to do well and Improve For any wh i be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents in Berea live In College building. assist In work of boarding ball, farm and shops, receiving valuable trailing, and getting pay according to tho valuo of tholr labor. Except Is wtas--j ter It is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their penses. Write-tthe Secretary before coming to secure employ saeac PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc, vary; with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate, is tho brsi. but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wvays g and underclothing, umbrellan and overshoes are necessary. The 8tore furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrella mm other necessary articles at cost. LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost. Tbo College asks bo for tho fine buildings In which sti'dents live, charging only enough rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding: sssl towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, 1.35 a week. In the-- fH and $1.60 in winter. For- furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of feseV dlng. 40 to 60 cents for each person. SCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," as guarantee tar return of room key, library books, etc. This Is paid but once, andls return when tho student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for caro of school fesUS-lng- s, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay .nothing for tuition or services vT teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift). Tbe Incidental Fee 'for xeoa students Is $5.00 a term, $6.00 In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 in CeUe glate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent tar the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: Vocational and Foundation FALL TERM School; $ 5.00 Academy and NormoL G.OO CoI)r- Incldentol Fee Room Board, 7 IJbB weeks E.60 9.45 $20.05 9.45 $29.50 7.00 9.45 XU tJos .& Amount due Sept. 13, 1911 Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911 $22.45 9.45 $31.90 KEX.4S. Total for terra If paid In advance WINTER TERM '$29.00 $ 5.00 ' 6.00 9.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $28.50 $ 5.00 4.00 6.75 $15,75 6.75 $22.50 $22.00 (31.40 $!. fS2 T4i TJSO Incidental Fee Room ( 6.00 '7.20 9.00 ard, 6 weeks s.1 Amount due Jan. 3, 1912 Board 6 weeks, due Feb. 14, 1912 $22.20 9.00 - Total for term.'. If paid In advance SPRING TERM $31.20 $30.70 $ 6.00 sSXJTtf Z139 Incidental Fee Room Board, 5 weeks Amount due March '27. 1912 Board 6 weeks, due May 1, 1912 500 6.75 $17.75 6.75 $24.50 $24.00 . f CM) .' 7--S $10.Ti CT $3C Total for term If paid In advance $25.90 Plan Now, Come September 13th young man or young woman c&n p,ct an education mt there Is tho will to do so. It U a great advantage to start In the Fall and have a full year of sxudy. Many young people wasto tluio In tbe public schools gvlss over and over tbe samo things, when they might W Improving much fast by coming to lie re a and starting in on new studies with some of tho young men and women from other ion titles and States. Make your plant to come September 13tb. For Information or friendly advlcu wKlo to the Secretary. Any able-bodie- d Berea If toa-tlnuo- us tsl D. Walter Morion, bereh, ky, Page Eight. HoHonoKoooHoHOoootonaoHonoHOHOHOnonoHOHonononoj who THE CITIZEN. October 5, 191 1, SDIIA.MTIA.V has been staying with her Sobastln, Sept. 23, Rev. J. B. Fox sister for some ttmo was visiting homo folks near Hock ford a few days nnd Bro. Louis Caudcll havo organislast week Mr. and Mn. J, Wren ed a church at Lucky Fork school mado a business trip to Horea ono houso with about 40 members. Born day last week. Mrs. Will Sims con 10 Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. nice, Jr., a tlnues very sick. Mr. and Mrs. J 00 flno boy, on tho Cth Inst Fodder Wren wore visiting near llockford, saving la nil tho go. Wilson Gab Wo tornipendesce paMlibM isltit tittti la fall if tie wrlttr. 1U ME o aa erldtnce ol food filth. Wilte pUlnljr. last Sunday. Frank Gulnn of Berea bard has purchased n pair of nuilos li oot for publication, bat passed thru Boone, Sunday. Public for tho purpose of hauling cross ties OHOlOHOlOlOHOHOItOHOtOlOHOtO OMoilOtaOfcOMOMOUOUOfcOtaOMOttOM school nt this place Is doing nicely to tho river. Alex Caudlll hos had 6,1 continue rheumatism. three horses to dlo this fall Several Bran effort you could got to , -I- saac Smith, wife with children, vis with Miss Laura Isaacs as teacher. nnd from horo attended tho fair nt Buck- CLIMAX Fall Term yet Bet ited at Mr. Anderson Crowley's last Berea for the norn mst Saturday nnd reported n Climax, Sept. 29. Thero havo been Snturdny night. Mm. Jennie Azblll flno time. Ezeklel Snndlln and wlfo ter make that effort! has returned homo from a two a number of bean pulllngs nnd ap havo returned from Hamilton, 0. ple cuttings in our neighborhood late week's visit at Clayton Persons'-Le- wis JACKSON COUNTY MADISON COUNTY linker visited nt J. M. Hose's ly. This must bo somo of Cupid's JlrKl.i: adKINflSTON last week. Mr. Norrls, tho cattlo work, for n number of weddings McKeo, Oct. 2. Circuit Court Is tho result Wllllo Forsytho was Kingston, Oct 1. Mr. and Mm. journed last Thursday, having been buyer, stayed over night at W. R. married to Miss Abney, (laughter of John Lawon, of Mote, and Mr. Dan In session sixteen days. Tho sheriff Den rc's last week nnd bought his tho Rev. Abney. Tho wedding took Maupln spent, Sunday, at Mr. J. C. Flour, started to Frankfort with Joel Stamp- cattle. placo at tho home of tho bride, tho Saturday. Dr. Sandlln and Powell's. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas CAU1CO er last 2Sth. Thomns Abranis was married Young food mado n business trip to Rich Carlco, Sept. 30. Wo nro having family, of Richmond, visited relatives to ono of Jasper Bowman's daughters mond, Tuesday. Mrs. Brnck Maupln friends here last week. Tlwy 801110 good rains now. Chas. Lear's of Vv'lldlo on and tho 2Sth. Mr. Marlon nnd daughter, Kathcrluo, left, leave Richmond for Texas somo tlnvj wife is very low at this writing Sparks and Miss Eby Roso were nutet-l- y Thursday, for Indianapolis, where this week. D. G. Collier nnd wif, Liorn to Mr. aud Mrs. John Couch, a married at tho homo of tho brldo, they will visit friends and relatives with their children, Harry and Lucile, fine boy, last week, weighing J2 on the 2Sth. Bud Clark nnd The only Baking Powder made Ornnt attended tho Appalachian Exposition pounds Tho little daughter of Mr. York mado a business trip to John-ctt- for somo time. .Miss Opnl Luciis from Royal Grape Cream ol Tartar Mal-llspent Saturday and Sunday with and Mrs. Hubert Tussey died the at Knoxvlllo last week. Judge today. Ono of Alex Mainus' Miss Ethel Azblll of Richmond 24th Inst,, nnd was burled nt tho mado a business trip to Livingslittle boys got badly hurt by the ex- Soveral people of this placo attend ton last Saturday. The Rev. Mr. Flat Top graveyard, tho 23th. Tho plosion of dynamite cap a few ed tho Wright, of Dallas, Texas, will begin father and mother havo our heart- days ago. n Methodist tent meeting nt Dnn Balllnger Is thought Waco last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Roy a series of meetings hero next Wed- felt sympathy. Dorn to Mr. nnd to bo taking fever. Isaac Reector Hudson nro rejoicing over tho arri He will bo accompanied Mrs. Charley Lear, the ISth Inst., a nesday. l'.et ball team played with tho Man nnd MIks Ella Park were tho guests and Grant York aro planning to go val of a boy on tho 30th. Mr. Arch by Mrs. Allen of New York. Mm. fine boy. Tho babe Is doing well chester boys last Thursday, Tho of Mr, Heury Recveti, Saturday Mrs. Secretary of the but tho mother Is very ill. Dr. Horns- - to Borea, tomorrow. Murray of this placo and Miss Fan score was 4 to 7 In fnvor of tho II. Aimer Wilson Jefferson, State Is very slrk at this OWSLEY COUNTY nie Todd of Siieedwell, wero married 11. Ii'iiim. MiRft Kllznlieth Kmvlll Win writing. Mr. L. King's Daughters, will bo entertained by and Mrs. Hill of McKeo arc the l Fowlur visited UlCKTOWN In Lexington on tho 27th. Wo wish L physicians. Protracted by tho King's Daughters here next attending wcIcomo vUltor ln our town his daughter, .Mrs. Everett AlexandRlcctown, Sept. SO. Saving fodder the young couple n happy nnd pros- Wednesday. meeting was held by Bro. Alvln Tus on,,ird,iv. Slu. wn on a m.mnimn er, a few dnys last week Mr. and sey for two weeks. There were live and making molasses aro tho ordor perous life. Mrs. Mark Flanory unl tour rlUVETT Wagers with Mrs. Thos. J. Smith an t Mrs. Ambrose were tho of tho day C. B. Gabbard and sou, daughter, Kthel, made a business trip R. Trlvett, Oct. 1 Died, on tho 27th, baptized and twenty mndo confes J. Scrlv-ne- r, Paul, killed two largo copperheads to Berea, Saturday. Green Powell sister, Miss Bennett, of Richmond. guests of Mr. and Mrs.-of last month, Aunt Emily Bowles. sion at the Flat Top church. Tho In Saturday night nnd Bundny. last week. Miss Doclo Valentino of Bpent Saturday night with Mr. Dan They wero touring In tho Interest of Sho lived a fnithful Christian life. fant of Does Wlllson is very sick Leslie County and cousin, Gertlo Maupln. Miss Susan Doty has ro the Federation of Women's Clubs. A Thu Misses Maud Parks, Koto WngcM, She was loved by all. She leaves two Born to Mr. and Mrs. James HundBaker of Crockettsvllle, visited rela- turned homo from Winchester and meeting was held In the chatvl nnd Annie M. Flynu and Mr. Joe Wagers sons and six daughters and a host ley, a fine girl. John Jones has gone la club was organized with the follow were tho guests of Miss Fan Scrlv-ne- r, and great grand- to Hamilton, 0., to make his future tives at this placo last week. C. 11. Frankfort where sho has been visit- ing officers: Pres., Emma J. Haagcu; of grandchildren Sundny. The four year old son Gabbard finished cutting his tobacco ing friends nnd relatives for somo children to mourn her loss. Tho buri- home. Uncle Frank Cole Is hut lit this week. Mrs, Lucas .Minx Kocretnrv. I.nrv Hnwllnim: of Mr. aud Mrs. Elbert Collins, died, and daughter, tlmc-M- lss Ora and Ethel Flanory Tn.a8urcr MM Mttry uiarkston al took placo in tho old family grave tle better. The Messrs. Davis, Burrs Ruth, Sept. 2oth, ntter a few days' Illness of Canyon Falls, visited her Wednesday night with Miss yard at Rock Spring. Mrs. Bello and J. Woodson of 'Livingston were iitli,nr.i hax r...mw m,r.i,.,i with croup. Tho bereaved parents Welsh and Sammlo Farmer of Berea on a fishing excursion hero this week a lot from Mr. Fayette Rawlins havo tho sympathy of a host of visited Mrs. Welch's sister, Mrs. H. and caught lots of fish. nnd will soon erect a neat cottnu i friends Mr. nnd Mrs. Ambrose Wag A REVOLT IN THE 17th P. Welch, last week. Rev. Johnston on It. Hiram McCreary visited his ers were In Irvine, Saturday, on busl-....- .. SOCKCASTLE COUNTY .., . ... .! 1.. is back on the circuit and filled bis i. ...i.i. IIOONK ness. There is a growing revolt in Iho 17th Senatorial district against regular appointment, on the 4th, at Ing In one of tho railroad towns. I.OCl NTIIUA.NJ.il Boone, Oct. 2. Mrs. Nora Wren Senator Bosworth, the good Roads Apostle. Tho district Gray Hawk. The Farmers' Institute Is out again Hiram Biggs, Uio stono cutter nnd after a long illness. Las not been ignorant of hm record, nor wns his position on tho Locust Hrnnch, Sept. rJ. Sherman will be held at McKeo from tho Mrs. Dave builder, did a neat work In putting Axblll aud Flem Campbell Martin who has been in Liquor question unsuspected when he was elected four years ago, nro buildatGth to 7th. All farmers should stono steps In front of Dr. Horns ing a wood shed Richmond, sick, for some time Is said but the machine endorsed him and opposition tben was futile. and a buggy houso tend. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Silas .to bo improving. The Messrs. Geo. e by'a porch. Our and up- for II. 0. Illcknell, this week. Miss Bosworth has never been thought to be a Republican for any Spurlock, a fine boy. Annie Van-Dytrustee took all tho teachers Cora Lalnhnrt of Drip Rock Is visitand Walter Wren went to Richmond, other reason than that it seemed to be expedient to be called one iu Michigan, has como of Holland in this community to tho Institute ing hrr undo. Mr. and Mrs. Sunday, with a nice, lot of cattle the mountains. Before his election it was freely predicted that ho John to Gray Hawk, to stay with her T. F. Glosip with his pair of good mules and wa Collins nnd Mr. and George Lamb of would work with the liquor forces regardless of party and would and Mrs. Sheridan sister, Mrs. DeYoung. Everett Smith Duluth were In Boone, Saturday. gon. Tho Institute, under tho Instruc- Baker of Dig wink at a chance to betray every interest of those who elected him 'a Hill visited II. G. the son of Btllto Smith, is very sick. John tion of Prof. Cassldy of the LexingHuff of Snider made a business by alligning himself with the Democrats. To nee how well he haa farm, Sunday till Thursday Harvey Brandenburg of Heidelberg trip to ton schools, was tho most helpful Tho second Saturday and Sunday In Winchester, Saturday. Quite fulfilled that prediction one has only to study bis record in the Senvisited his father, L. J. Peters, Sat- a wind over held In this County. Visitors Oct. will bo our rgeular meeting and rain storm visited this ate. urday. Robert Spurlock, the little were In attendance from Onedla, Be- here. Our school Is progressing nicesection Thursday. J. H. Lambert was Now he is seeking and it appeared for awhile that be son of Silas Spurlock, Is very sick. rea, London, Williamsburg, Louis- ly with Mr. John Lunsford as visiting friends near ML Vernon, would have no opposition, bo strongly had he entrenched himself HUGH. ville and Lexington. Sunday, last Next Saturday and so successfully had he preached good roads to blind his constituents Hugh, Oct. 2. There were preachSunday are regular church days at to bis real program. vim: ing services at this place, Sunday, Falrvlew-- A. Vine, Sept 30. There la singing at D. Levett purchased a But during the last three weeks all Iho opposing elements seem The Clothes Brush. conducted by Rev. Daniel Clemmons. nice colt from T. S. Glosip for fifty to have gotten together and an Independent candidate is in the field the church house at this placo every Sometimes tho useful clothes brush Bill Jones who has been suffering dollars, one day last week. James Sundny at 10 o'clock. Everybody )j Is tho only unattractlro thing on in the person of Dr. J. Harry Hendren. for tho past month with his leg has Morgan of Brindle Ridge Is doing dressing table. Tho "pretties" invited. Mrs. Wllllo Chestnut had a At the solicitation of some prominent Republicans, who have for been taken to Berea hospital to have some work for J. H. Lambert Mr. bean stringing, Monday night. All never have good bristles, and tho yearB been leaders in the party's councils, inasmuch sb The Citizen rhiln wooden handle can bo mado to an operation performed. Tho opera- Bright Chasteen recently moved to had a nlco time John G. Penning' has a large circulation in the 17th district, we are publishlug the tion was performed, his right leg Jackson County. Mr. and Mrs. It. B. ton killed a largo rattle snake at tho harmonize with the room by covering plea of Dr. Hendren and his friends in this issue. It will be found It with flowered silk. Cover tho raw being taken off, and ho is reported to Chasteen were visiting near Snider Rocky Knob last week. Dave Hurley edges on pages 0 and 7, and we trust that the friends of temperance, those-whwith galon. be getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. on Sunday. H. T. Chasteen and wlfo has got his new house about complet favor the county unit plank in the Republican Platform, will Acle Parks were viBiting W. R. Bengo were visiting Mrs. Green near Big Hurley of Big Sexton ed. Charley give it careful consideration. last Saturday night Miss Ella Pow- - Hill on Saturday. Talltba Coyle visited his cousin, Miss Alice Hurley, last Saturday Bradley Ponder and bon, Floyd, of this place last Satur- Mary E. Lackey of Whites Station his sister, Florence, who havo been day. .Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Robinson, Miss Mary Maupln Is visiting her visiting relatives hero have returned to their home In Illinois. also Mr. and Mrs. Sam Robinson an. I sister, Mrs. Alex Parrlsh of Rich Miss Daisy Mooro, visited relatives mond. The Misses Jessie Young aud SKXTONft CIIKKK ln Clay County last week. Henry Eva Lewis made a bulsness trip to Tho Sextons Creek, Sept. 28. Thomas of Wolf Creek and Miss Borea, Thursday. Teachers' Association of Educational 1 BBHBHBBI Xw BBS Pace Hicks of this place wero marDivision No. 3, Subdlstrlct No. 10, MI.VKH CIIKKK ried last Thursday. Jacob Gabbard, Owsley County, met at Anglln School Sliver Creek, Oct. 2. Mrs. Beatty Broker, says that he has some of the Plgg who underwent an operation houso, Saturday, Sept. 1C, and run Jno- Gab largest corn he ever raised. for appendicitis at tho Berea Hospital dored tho following prosrnm: BER.EA, KENTUCKY bard and family left, Thursday, for a fow weeks ago has returned homo Address of Welcome W. N. Burch. Franklin, O. Nettle Baker Is in much v lmproved.-M- Iss Marraret Agriculture Palmer Scott yBBHB-JMschool at Berea. Tho funeral sermon Dooley S0000! Improvement Isaac Hacker. who Is teaching at Climax 1 iBBVA of Wm. Gabbard's two children was visited homo folks, Saturday and Sun Future of tho Mountains Ornut Frye, preached Sunday on Buffalo oay. last Homo Improvement Edith Bach. jonn Jones whoso anklo was Creek at the graveyard, near uncle badly mashed somo time ago' Is Im Recitation Eva Chadwell. AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. Richard Rice's, by Bro Cordell Rob- proving slowly. Forest Dowdcn of Essay on Education Nannie Spencc. erts. Several from this placo attendRelation of Parents and Teachers J. Harts visited Ben Davis, Sunday. ed and furnished vocal music for Bro. I will sell to the highest bidder without reserve, M. King Miss Nellie M. Lako visited her Roberts as he had requested them to Pupils of Island City graded school Crandparonts, Saturday and Sunday. be there. John B. Lewis, proclaimTho nle sunuer which was to Lo gave tho song "Kentucky Schools.' This Particular Brand ing Unlversallsm, preached at Grassy Morris clven at Silver Creek school house Kecltatlon-Esto- lla Branch last Sunday to a small followItecltatlon Martha Chadwell next Friday night was Dostnoned. FwPartkaiarDrttC ing. Uncle Wm. Wilson, an old citi from Whlttlor Land Miss Nannlo Johnson of Mulllns Sta- - Play-Gu- ests zen of Cow Creek, died fast Monday. located just outside the city limits on Prospect Street. tlon visited her parents, Snturday "Citation Mattlo Peters. While k is true that W. W. Wilson, of Travelers Rest, Morris, und Sunday. W. II. Lako was at wciianon clothes do sot make haa Every lot suitable for the location of a mansion or nnd Henry Venablo of Vincent passAnglln School Bear Wallow tho first of tho week men, the man ed through hero the first of tho on business The Messrs. Sam Kellev DialoguePunctuality, will always rommiarl altca-tio- a. cottage. on a drumming tour. A llttlo week Recitation Marlon Slzcmore. nnd Gcorire Bratcher havn ennn whea you buy racket took placo between T. Payne low Richmond tn work. Tnho Tnrl.i Recitation Farmer Woods, TWENTY-FIV- E and Lewis Raysner, both of Boone-vlll. DOLLARS IN GOLD of Borea is repairing his dwelling and Kccltatlon Clay Allen The excitement, It Is said, causHensley, building a new barn, nrouarlnc to Rccltatlon-C- am ed a blood vessel to burst near Mr. WILL BE GIVEN AWAY ABSOiseciiauon rranK woo re. move to it soon Raysner's heart and ho fell dead a Recltatlon-D- an Moore. it a few minutes afterwards. LUTELY FREE. uuax nnmranf Recitation Ellas Moore. yeu are certain to get a corRecltatlou-Dlll- ard nuiiNINO fii'iUNd McKeuule. rect fit, and pleaty quality ia INLAND CITV Burning Springs, Sept. 30. Millard Recitation Dewey McKeunle. every garmeat. Price are Island City, Sept 30. Miss Scovel Brown tooK Dr. U. U. Maggard to Song Our Flag. In addition to these will sell a few business lots located wkhia reach of aJL of Buck Creek took dinner at J. C. Myuen yesicruay wnero uo win do Supt. i M. Fryo and Leo Clark within city limits on Prospect St. Gentry's, Sunday and gavo a nlco talk pieasca 10 meet, uioso neeuing aenwu addressed tho association. A largo THE LOWEST to a very large crowd In Uio now service.! sirs, turner weuo ana crowd attended and all suemed to im- 2I.MTHE HIGHEST All of these lots are located along the main water Chapel at two o'clock In tho after daughter, Mattlo, left yesterday morn- - joy themselves, especially at tho noon Give in a trial and be noon. Revenue men havo been raid- Ing for an extended vlsl among line leading to Berea. hour. Tho Burch brothers returned coaviaccd. ing In Clay and Owsloy Counties for friends in Leslie county. John Webb, to Ohio a fow days ago to resume tho past week and captured two dis wife and two children, made a busl- their work on thu trnrti.m car,. tilleries, one In Clay, tho other in ness trip to our town and met old Nath and Riley Burch returned from R. W. Bicknell Owsley. Fodder savlug Is a thing of acquaintances today. Mrs. Jno. Cold- COME AND BRING YOUR the army, tho Kith liiBt. Rev. J. P. iuo jiui uuu ptopio uro muKing meir iron, an aged Laurel UroeK lady, died Metculf preached at tho Clark school Booneville, Ky. DINNER ON GROUND. : :: sorghum. G. J. Gentry was ln Lou- - last Tuesday. Sho leaves a husband houso, Sunday FREE MUSIC. Tho Clay County don, Friday, aud returned, Sunday. t nnd TkUKuk ol QuSty U M tmy a largo circle of rolattvcs and Institute convened at Manchester, CMt caHar, Aunt Nancy Bowman of Blako and friends to mourn her loss. Besslo, tho I'Cth Inst. Mrs. Mays of Buck Creek mado a the accomplished and Interesting week's visit to Richmond, Berea and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Danlol ESTILL COUNTY Kingston, recently, and report a nice Baker, of Laurel Creek, was married WAClKllSVII.I.K tlmo. J. G. Gentry and wlfo will to a son of our County Jailer, Mr. Wagersvllle, Oct. 2 Mr. and Mra. leave In a fow days for West Ham-de- Lewis. Miss Bakr was a Vory succors-- l Mote Durbln gavo tho young folks an West Virginia, whero probably ful teacher and her many friends I applo peeling, Saturday night. K they will mako their home. wish her much happiness. Our a fine tlmo. Mrs. Wado Park o M o o M I East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else 1 ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pun Economizes Butler, Eggs; makes the more appetizing and wholesome a, nt wide-awak- to-da- Dick-nell- 's Big Lot Sale Saturday, October 1411 41 BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS -- r bj weS-drest- e. "Shield Brand" Gothing kuujixi NEIGHBORS. J.L.BAKER. n, ku-'repo- rt