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FAULKNER, Manager at tkt Pati t&n at Brrta, Jfy., clou r. ittmt Devoted to tlie Interests of tAie Fivo cents a copy, BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, A or The Citizen Co-mnteLixi ft Knowledge hi power L sad tht way to keep up wkh serf era knowledge k to read a good newspaper. People One Dollar a year. No. 17 Vol. XIII. I., OCTOBER 20, 1011 GOOD SHOES GOOD SERVICE W Once you get an idea of DOUGLAS SHOES aunlitV and service we con- fidently count on your return for more. DUUULAS SHOES are better because they are 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. CITIZEN OF THE TRUE STAMP Woods, of Richmond, In a good Illustration of the highest typo of citizen n citizen who belong noi to party In thosenso of being a slave to its leadership at the expense of his own con vie. tions. Democrat (i true blue be openly nnd on tho stump supports Judge O'Renr and tho Republican platform, bocnuso they, McCreary, and tho Demrather thnn his own townsman, ocratic plntform, stand for tho things he believes in are sincere and in line with tho true nelfaro of tho state. But Mr. Woods does not stop with this. The same principle that moves him to part compnny with Mr. McCreary and tho party of his fathers forces him to raise his voice against Bosworth in tho 17th Senatorial District. That is citizenship not pnrtizanship. Mr. Woods is a man of tho truo stamp. He ia of an order far above the mere Democrat or the mere Itqmblican. lie is a Citizen. We commend his stand not only to our readers in the 17th, but to every voter in tho state. See what he has to say about Boaworth on page three of this issue. A life-long Banking by Mail 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 ore 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. BRING OUT THE VOTE, Can you make a big campaign speech like Senator Bradley or Berea Bank & Trust Co. ANDREW ISAACS, Pres. J. W. STEPHENS, JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier. Vlce-Prea. Judge O'Rcarf "No." Can you give large sums to tho campaign funds to pay the ex. penses of those that can spenk your substitutes ? ) "No." Can you give weeks of your time from field and shop and store and school f Can you set fourth tho high standards of citizenship appeal to tho high senso of duty with pencil and pen in newspapers and mag IN OUR OWN STATE NEWS OF THE WEEK- - "No." .', azinesf "No." R. R. COYLE CONTENTS OFJHIS ISSUE FIRST PAOB Editorials. Newa of Week. In Our Own State. Largo Crowd Hears Bradley. Y. M. C. A. Ulblo Institute SECOND PAOE. Kentucky Kows. Mr. H. S. Elliott, Mr. Trawlck, Secretary, Mr. 3. B. Parker, Stato Secretary of Tcnnessco and Mr. Wor-lc- y of tho Student Volunteer Movement. Thcso men wcro efficient, helpful nnd suggestivo In their various 8o-cl- al Well, what can you do? is plenty for me to do for every one to do. The most is yet to bo dono must bo done on election day. The voto must bo gotten out. That I can help to do. I can see that the man that doesn't much care does care that he goes to the polls and casts his vote. I can whoop up the man at the head of the hollow I can bring him along." Next week we shall have an article showing that if Judge O'Rear is defeated it will bo by the men that stay at home. But they must not fltny nt home. Let us bring out the vote. "Why there significant thing SILENCE BROKEN AT LAST The Court of Appeals, all of whose members were Democrats with one oxceptiou, in a unauimous opinion declared the present division of the State into Legislative and Senatorial districts by the Democratic Legislature unconstitutional, unjust and iniquitous. Tho Democratic party heard not the indictment. The same court in the same opinion said that every member of tho Legislnturo who voted to foist such u system of representation upon tho state had perjured himself, but expressed the faith that the next Legislature would do its sworn and constitutional duty. But the tho party kept silence. next Legislature refused to act, and The Republican party outraged by the tyranny of the dominant party in the State spoke through the State press nnd then voiced tho cry for longlost liberty in its platform a demand for equitable of the state, for equal representation. Tho Democratic press had not a word to say. The lips of every Democratic oflico seoker were sealed. The Democratic Platform ignored the subject. Did anybody wonder nt it f Not at all. They have had the Legislature for yenrs they have always had it. But how did they getitf Certainly not during the last fifteen years by the popular will, but by depriving every Republican section of the State of its equal right to representation. This accounts for the fact that while Bradley was elected in 1805 the Legislature was Democratic and no pledges of the Republican party could bo fulfilled. This accounts for the fact that while Taylor was elected Governor in 1800 the Legislature was Democratic, and the robbery of the Republicans was made an easy matter. This for tho fact that whilo Willson was elected in 1007 the Legislature has remained Democratic nnd has been able to block every reform every just nnd popular measure. This is why the Democratic party is not in favor of any redisricting measure. It knows that any just division into districts will at once and, possibly, forever make the Legislature Republican. It knows that such a course would mean that it surrenders at once every prospect of perpetuating its coutrol every prospect of throttling tho will of the people. But tho silence of the Sphinx hns at last been broken. Driven to bay by the slogau of the Republicans, a defense is at last offered. Wo quote from the Henry County Local: fields. Very strong addresses were maUo on Sunday In tho morning by Prof. Itaino, always original and incisive, on tho Epistle to tho Hebrews, givTemporal co. ing InBlght on how to study tho lll Sermon. blo by books and incidentally cmphas- THIRD PAGE ing various phases of Christian life. 11 on J ren's Claim upon tho lTtli. Tho Men's meeting nt 3 p. to. was Ilosworth In Iaguo with tho Dema Buccess. President Achcson of Caldocratic Machine. well College commanded tho close Woods Delivers tho Goods. by his Reasons Why Uosworth Should l.V attention of tho audience masterful discussion of questions InDebated. cident to student llfo. In tho evening FOURTH PAOE he charmed his hearers In Ladles' Locals. Hall by his graceful, yet strong words Convention. Citizens' to the Young Woman's Christian AsStato S. S. Convention. sociation. FIFTH PAGE xirtraynl of back-yar- d Tho and Ordor for Klectlon for Graded School. slum conditions in Southern cities News of Week. In a storeoptlcon lecturo by Mr. TraIn Our Own Stato. wlck was painful yet necessary to a SIXTH PAOE public awakening. Tho conditions Largo Crowd Hears Bradley (cont) wore not materially different from Sewerage Purification. thoso prevalent In most English and Intensive Farming. American towns, a sordid testimony Forestry for Schools and Farm. to tho lin to fulness of the greed of Tc&chcr'n Ilunlncss to Train Mind. tho landlord who loves not his fellow-me- n SEVENTH PAOE and to tho sadder condition of tho tenant who is not awake to betContinued Story. tor things. S. S. Lesson. Tho good work of tho conference EiailTH PAGE was largely dono In tho heart to Editorial. hoart talks In tho delegate conferenEastern Kentucky News. ces where Mr. Elliott, Mr. Worley, Mr. Whoso Toes Aro PlnchcdT Parker and Mr. Dlx wero heard with Dedication at Island City. Morgan Statue Unveiled How the Walsh Dies Shortly After Release Will Secretary Wilson Resign The Democratic Campaign Is. to Close Chinese Rebellion The War In TriThe First of its Kind in Breathitt poli How the Main was Destroyed. The President Coming To Study Pellagra Close of Woman's SufDEATH FOLLOWS LIBERTY frage Convention. John R. Walsh, whoso release from MORGAN STATUE UNVEILED prison on parolo we chronicled last , A bronze, equestrian statue of Genweek, died Monday at his homo in eral John Hunt Morgan, the great Chicago of heart disease Thero had Confederate Cavalry raider, was un- been frequent reports of his falling veiled in Lexington tho ISth, that health during tho nearly two years being tho 50th anniversary of tho day of his confinement, and his weakenwhen Morgan and his men occupied ed constitution was not able to withLexington. Tho statuo was erected stand tho sudden change, from prison by tho Daughters of tho Confederacy life. and tho state of Kentucky. Tho old RUMORS OF RESIGNATION soldiers, both bluo and gray, marched It is rumored in Washington that In tho parade. It was a gala day for Secretary of Agriculture Wllscn has Lexington. offered his resignation to ',tho PresiIMPORTED ORATORY dent. .It will bo remembered that Baaro to wind up the outcome of tho Investigation Tho Democrats by Congress into the affairs their campaign by a delugo of ora- (Continued on Page Five) (Continued on 1'lfth Tare) ii tU Large Audience Greets Bradley Streets Thronged and Chapel Crowded to Hear tucky's First Republican Governor and Present United States Senator. Ken- Speech of Nearly Two Hours in Which His Own Election and Record are Defended, the Taft and State Administrations Extolled and a Strong Appeal Made for the Republican Platform and Ticket in Coming Election. It was a fine audlonce that greet- was tho guest for lunch, Monday, of ed Senator Bradley, Monday. Tho Trcs. Frost, at tho Tavern. At the day was all that could be asked and tablo with him, also tho guests of. many came- In from tho country and Pres. Frost, wero Mr. Wallace, Co. more or less distant towns and even chairman, U. S. Marshal Short, Mr. from adjoining counties to h9ar tho Welsh, candidate for tho Stato Sen-nt- o, Mr. Wright Kelley, candidate-foRepresentative, tho nowly nominated candidates tor city council on tho Republican ticket, Mayor J. L. Gay, Postmaster Welch, Prof. L. V. Dodgo, Treasurer Osborno, W. J. Tat-uand Jas. P. Faulknor. The carriage in which the Senator was driven to the chapel was preceded by the Collcgo Band and followed by the mombers ot tho G. A. R. In tho Chapel tho Band played while tho throngs wcro getting their Places. Prof. Dodgo presided and call-i- d upon Pres. Frost to lead In prayer, after which tho Glee Club 6am;, "Comrades in Arms." In a few m ts Former Kontucklan Writes. STATE Y, H. C, A, INSTITUTE wpnt''Acry Sessions of Unusual Interoit Qood Number of Delegates and Speakers - useful conferenco on DIble and Mission study was held this week under tho ausplclcs of tho IJeroa Collcgo Y. M. C. A. Dolegatos wcro present from eleven educational Institutions who made. It clear that tho student body of Kentucky Is Interested In tho higher things that make, for Christian Life and civic betterment. Mr. P. C. Dlx, tho Stato Y. M. C. A. Secretary, presided at the sessions with notablo tact and a forceful pres- ence. Ho summoned to his aid tho Secy, of tho lllblo Study Department, profit. This Y. M. C. A. business Is no hoy's play, properly, conducted, but a man's work, if tho opportunity Ic measurably met. Tho local association under 21 r. Davison is doing good work. It faces a largo oportunlty. Tho concluding address by Prof. e. Gardner on tho Dynamics of the was a fitting conclusion to tho conferenco. It was a talk of a high typo in which was set forth tho of tho pretence to Christianity of tho landlord, tho merchant, tho teacher, tho minister, tho farmer, tho manufacturer who lives and does business on a selfish basis. Theso men wero so helpful by their words and their presenco that wo say "Come again, Gentlemen." 13. II. Roberts. Bl-Li- years." made to groan tinder added tax burdens for years and "The sections of the state that are discriminated against are for the most part mountainous, or, if not, then mining regions In any event, parts of the state Inhabited by rough and disorderly people whose civile Izatlon Is but little more than a figment. These are the people among whom feuds ever exist, very many of them delighting In strife, bloodshed and turmoil, as a result of all of which the entire state is not only taxed heavily to par for criminal prosecutions, but is given a most unenviable reputation abroad. Let the hordes of rough and tough people spoken of send a big bunch of representatives and Senators to Frankfort with their crude notions of internal Improvement, their plans of general road making and other wild schemes to be effectuated at public expense, and this region of ours would be God-favor- felicitous phrases the presiding officer then Introduced the speaker ot the day Senator Bradley who spoUe In part as follows: "Ladles and Gentlemen: It Is always a pleasure for me to como to Korea. My first visit here cans. Tho Senator arrived, Sunday noon, was In 1872. At that time that great and rested and received his friends and good man, John G. Fee, lived at Boone Tavern until, tho time for among you. I knew with pleasure his address, Monday, at 1 p. m. Ho (Continued on Sixth l'sge) long tlmo Idol of Kentucky RepubliWILLIAM O. BRADLEY. United States Senator from Kentucky. Let the men of the mountains read this infamous slander this double lie; double because it is both untrue and fails to give the real, reason for the tyranny that bangs over us and then go to the polls and vote vote for liberty and equality under the law. Weight isa Difference) , T rnce is a Difference Quality isa Difference J f Combine the three . jTo. ' WELCH'S an( 1 , .... i "Save the Difference" i 1 '' ""I "mm Pajje Two THE CITIZEN October 26, 1911 The Citizen A family ITTflKES NERVE AND LOTS OF B0UNCE8 LIKE RUBBER. Negro Badly Injured Whlla Trying to Get Away. If newspaper for all that true and Interesting. la right Fublkhrd every Thursday (Tneturpoittwl) At Bcroa, Ky. IT WHAT IS RIGHT? GENERAL GRANT ON DRINKING Does Not Touoh Liquor and Has Not for Ovar 18 Years Because He la Afraid of It BEREA PUBLISHING CO. i, On P. Faulkner, Editor and Manager. Subscription Rate Pli Months Tnree Months Bond money by TO PULL OFF A SURPRISE PARTY SIMILAR TO THIS WITHOUT INVITATION. TWO DETECTIVES ON THE TRAIN rw PAYAUL.B IK ADVANC& ... rwrt-ofn.e- e JLM 0 as or Exprese Money OrdT, Draft. Rnrfstwed Ijptter, or vile ami IWO C"IU RXOJTipO. The date nJTtrr your name on labl rtowi to what date your ubmrtpdori U paid. If It Is not cSuunrwl irtthin thme weeks aXtnr renewal notify u. MJeotns numbr will bo dadly supplied IX w are notified. Fins premiums chrap, wtth new uid prompt wmili. Bend lor Liberal terms siren to any on who obtain now embsertpttone) for us. Any ons Bending us four yearly suTwcrlpOam can receive The Citizen tree) for MnuMflf for one year. Adrertlrlns reAaa cm application. MEMBEIt OF Entered a Car Containing Merchan dlse, Oegan Throwing Off Boxes-Pic- ked Up By Others Following With a Rig. Lexington. Ono of tho boldest train robberies over perpetrated In this sec tion of tho country occurred near this city when a freight train on tho Lou Isrlllo & Nashvlllo railroad was rob bed under tho noses of two special dc' tecUvcs. Tho train was proceeding from Lou isvillo to Lexington. When near n small station between this city and Frankfort, several men appeared from tho sldo of the road and boarded It. Louisville. Whllo trying to get away from patrolraon, Ben Watson, nged 25 yonrs, ran against a fenco in tho alley In tho rear of tho Mary AnBy Rev. Stephen Paulson derson theater with such forco that ho I. bounded back and struck tho pavement with a thud. Ho received n largo wound on his head and was unTKXT-rina- lly, brethren. whateoever conscious when tho officers arrived. thlnge are true, whatsoever thlnge ara Ho was takon to Jail, whero ho honeat, whateoever thins ara Just, whatconsciousness a few hours la- soever things ara pure, whateoever thlnge good ter. Ho was charged with bolng drunk ara lovely, whatsoever thlng-- are of there If there nnd disorderly. Tho officers had been report; Ifprate, be any virtue, and things. be any think on three called by tho management of tho the- rhlllpplane, IV, i. a Tell tha young man through your papor that General Grant does not drink a drop of liquor baa not for lit years; because be Is afraid to drink you listen," continued tho "When I was n boy at School, and at West Point, I was a pat because of the greatness of my father. I was given every opportunity to drink, and I did drink somo. As 1 got older and mixed with men, vetornna who fought with my father would como up and, for tbj snko of old times, nsk mo to celebrsjj with them the glory of past events! and I did somo. 'Then when I wns mado minister to Austrln tho customs of tho country nnd my ofilclnl position almost compelled mo to drink, alwnys. I tried to "Now loavo tho alley, whero ho Insulted patrons of tho playhouse, It Is alleged. KENTUCKY MASONS ater because Watson had refused to It Select David Jackson, of London, as Grand Matter. KENTUCKY riU28B ASSOCIATION. What's the use of going over Kl lagara Falls In a barrel when you can lour an aeroplane? "The cost of living In Chicago la cheaper than It la In New York." But who wants to lire In Chicago! Some pessimistic person has pre dicted a cold winter. Still, be mar bo Interested In a woolen factory. They entered a car containing mer chandise and began throwing off boxes, These boxes were picked up by other men who followed tho train with a horse nnd wagon. Finally tho train men gave the alarm and tho dotrclivcs who wcro stationed In a caboose, rushed out. Ther wero too late, howover, as the robbors had leaped from tho car, and mado off In tho darkness. Thcro Is no clow to tho identity of tho bandits. GOOD WORK SPREADING. Plans to Organize Branches camps. Louisville. In Mining but the stock yards will keep on doing business at the old stand. Has anybody stontied to fleuro out "what was done with all the money be fore people began to bur automobiles? Over 92.000.000 vounc lobsters hare ibeen liberated oft the Maine coast. Just In time for the theatrical season. A woman who wedded ... wu.wu ui)(ui Chicago theaters are to be per-fume- a poet com fa . dently she found married Ufe blank .,.. mi.- - Terse. An Inventive person In Doston Is aid to have built an automatic woman that talks. It wouldn't bo a wo man u it didn't. The fellow who looked Into the gun to And out whether It was loaded Is 'now adding to the gayety of nations , The annual fall mooting of tho state executlvo commltteo of the Kentucky Young Men's Christian association Is now In Bcsslon. It was reported by tho mountain mining committee that associations nro under way at Benham nnd Jenkins, two now mining towns In Eastern Ken tucky. It was stated In tho report that tho mining companies iu both towns had mado an offer to stand half of the expense incurred. It Is tho belief of thoso interested in tho work that Eastern Kentucky Is destined to bo ono of tho greatest in dustrlal centers of tho country during tho next few years, and that la order to copo with tho moral and religious questions successfully it will bo neces sary to organlzo Young Men's Chris tlan associations. OUTLOOK FOR COAL. Mines In Eastern Kentucky Display or eating toadstools. Great Activity. Barbourville. The outlook for tho coal business In this part of the state Is becoming brighter. Mines that have been closed down for tho summer are starting up, and several now ones are to bo opened. Tho Continental Coal Corporation is operating all of Its 14 mines in Bell and Is calling for more mlnsrs. Tho Greasy Creek Coal Co. Is opening a new mine near the Knox Bell line, on tho railroad, In this county, Knox, tho Glbson-Car- r Co., composed of Virginia capitalists. Is putting In a plant on Tyo Fork of Brush creek, and will bo shipping coal by December 1. Bcll-Jelllc- o Tho pastor who declared childless wives should be deported struck a heavy blow at the attendance upon the annual mothers' congress. A writer Bars that everr time two people are married one of them wtna a great victory. Yes, wo were licked that war once ourselves. Jerseylte suffering from rheuma tlsm came in contact with a live wire and was cured. However, It Is not likely that live wires will become A popular. Georgetown. Tho famllv nf n. drink, swear nor star out at night. Plerco Ewlng narrowly escaped death. Perhaps he snored. tho naturo and source of which Is Several times roosters have been wrapped in mystery. Shortly after enjoined from crowing, but It took an meal time, every member of tho fam. Iowa court the other dar to enjoin ily was seized with violent retching. onions from smelling. This mar prop-er- lr wmcn caa lasted throughout the day. Mr. Ewlng was taken homo from the be defined as strong action. bank, and Miss Fern Thurman. a nlorn. In Brooklyn a woman has secured a who teaches nt tho Georgetown Col- divorce because her husband carried lego Music Bchool, from her work. out the garbage for another lady. Evi- Mrs. Ewlnc and tho cook were alml. dently they do not regard loving one's larly affected. Tho onlv nttrihutnhln cause Is a beefsteak, which had been neighbor as a virtue in Brooklyn. kept on Ice, and on which It Is thought Andre Jaegerscbmidt who traveled preservatives wero used. around the world In forty days. Is a AVIATOR IN HOSPITAL. Frenchman. We mention this merely to prevent our readers from gaining Lexington. Harry Hnrkness, avia the Impression that be Is on Irishman. tor, son of L. V. HarkneBB, Standard oil magnate, of Cleveland and New In autumn, more than ever, we re- York, and his wife, Mrs. Mary Hark-ness- , alize that the rear that promised so are both in a hospital hero as the much In Its gladsome springtime, result of accidents. Harkness Is to moves In an Inevitable cycle, subser- have his hand operated upon as the vient to the Infinite and eternal law aftermath of an accident sustained of causation. whllo operating his biplane in tho army manouvers on the Mexican borSpeaking of easy money, a Chicago der. Mrs. Harkness' leg was broken girl has just inherited $20,000 because In a runaway accident nt tho L. V. her name Is Jane. Besides, being Harkness stock farm hero. named Jane Is Its own reward. THIRTEEN-YEAR-OL- A Cleveland woman has secured a divorce notwithstanding the fact that her husband did not chew, smoke, FAMILY POISONED. Carlisle. Mrs. Oliver rierrv. nf near this placo, is probably tho youngest brldo In this section of tho stntn. film is 13 years of age, and was Miss Mary Alico Allen, daughter of Mr. Charles Allen, of this county, nnd was marWe are told that a hawk tried to ried at tho homo of her father to Mr. pick a diamond stud out of the shirt Oliver Berry, a farmer, who Is 25 years front of au unsuspecting citizen of of ago. New Jersey. Those Jersey hawks are becoming almost as formldablo as WOMAN'8 SUFFRAGE. Jersey 'skecters. Loulsvlllo. Thirty-sevestato asso n Jersey hotel keeper has an order prohibiting his wait, rcsses from talking to traveling men who eat in his dining-room- . He must want to get rid of the patronage of tho traveling men. A New BRIDE. while smaller than tho abnormal ones of 1909 and 1910, Is tho largest since 1893. Tho planting conditions wore bad early in tho season, as tho ground was hot and baked, but tho rainy weather later was favorable, and brought tho crop around better than the experts expected. ARREST Maysvlllo. MEN IN AUTO. Louisville. David Jackson, of London, Ky., was elevated to tho office of Grand Master of Masons In Kentucky. Following tho custom of advancing all officers, beginning with Junior warden, BOONE'S ROCK. following tho nnnunl eloctlon,, new officers were announced as follows: Richmond. In n littlo Deputy mnstor, Joseph H. enclosure on tho cast side of Madison Ewald, of grand grand Paris; senior warden, tices. county's court house, whero tho first Tho question is an old ono. It hns rays of the morning sun to reach Orlo 8. Ware, of Covington. been asked by man slnco first ho knew Richmond fall upon it, stands a re there was right which might bo disHERO LOSES HIS LIFE markable relic of Kentucky pioneers, tinguished from wrong. It hns been Locally It Is called Boone's Rock, and, although divers diverse stories are While Aiding Others to Escape In discussed In all Its phases, and SL Paul In his letter to the Phlllpptnns New Mexico. told of tho origin, tho one most gen exhorts them In the words of our text. orally accepted is tho following: Paris. A report from the flood dis- Ho tells them that right Is "what Is Tho first white settlement In Ken tucky was at Boonesboro in 1775. Pre trict of Southwestern Colorado and true, what Is honest, what Is just, what revious to this Daniel and Squlro Boone, tho Northwcstorn part of New Mex- Is puro and lovely nnd of good Jcsso Benton, James Estill and others ico, tells of tho drowning of John port" Ills exhortation la as pertitracked nnd trapped tho wild animals Rico, who mot his death whllo aiding nent today ns then, and his definition us first consider and traded with tho red men. Am In tho rcscuo of pupils at tho Meth- ns complete, munition ran shott with "the Boone odist Mission school at Farmlngton, men, not things. A great ninny men aro true so far boys," and by mutual agreement Dan Now Mexico. as tlielr standards permit them to be. lei remained at tho traps and weirs, Thcro are others who seek constant elMONEY MISSING. while his brother, Squlro, tramped evation of standards so Hint they may back to Virginia for supplies. Catlettsburg. From the ofllco of tho bo nearer tho Ideal trtio man. To bo By nnother agreement, when tho traveler returned, ho was to mark his steamer Tncoma ono of tho negro a truo man means to bo truthful In name on n prominent stono which deckhands stolo the money box in thought. In speech, In net. to bo devoid stood on tho land the brothers claim' which thero was $450. After pocket- of dissimilation, to bo right nnd to be ed, and when Daniel returned from re ing tho money tho thief throw tho box Just what you seem to bo; to be loyal peated hunting expeditions he would overboard. Tho clerk stepped out for to all that Is good and devoted to the know by this mark of greater stores a moment and It was so mo time after furtherance of good. Such a man In his return before ho discovered tha variably answers the question "What and a brother's help. loss. Tho thief mado his escape from Is right?" correctly, nnd his answer 1770. tho boat by Jumping overboard and has tho respect of his fellow men, SQUIRE BOONE. swimming ashore. A great many men aro bonest so Is the simple Inscription. But That far ns the demands of relationship what volumes it must have spoken to with other men may go, and few go WANTS DAMAGES. the lonely hunter when he saw It. boyond this point and are honest with This stono Is a natural llmestono Maysvllle. John D. Hester, a farm- thcmsolvcs ns well as with their fel obelisk. It was standing at that dlS' er, filed suit for $10,000 damages lows. In Uiclr transactions they havo tant date some twelve miles cast of against Joseph P. Lark Ins, from whom no doubts, no regrets, no sufferings Richmond on tho old trail to Virginia. Thoy mako every of conscience. In 1802 the owner of tho land, J. Len he rented, alleging alienation of his wlfo's affections. This action Is th transaction a closed transaction In Ballard, presented the relic to tho every of They aro county and It was transplanted to tho outcomo of a divorce suit filed several right sense menthe word. examples of Such nro the weeks ago by Hcslor, In which ho county seat and to Its present position his wlfo abandoned him and his honesty that should bo emulated. of honor. flvo children, tho eldest being only 11 Men aro Just In the measuro that thoy mete to their fellow men; and years old. KENTUCKY DIVISION, somo of them are Just to tbo extent thnt they heap tho measure to over PRESBYTERIAN SYNOD. United Daughters of the Confederacy, flowing. They neither weigh to tho Elects Officers. Lexington. Tho announcement was ounce, nor exact their pound of flesh as old Sbylock did. If anything, they Lexington. Tho Kentucky division mado that tho Synod of Kentucky of point of generosity nnd of the United Daughters of tho Con the Northern Presbyterian church will nro just to the federacy concluded their convention convono in this city on Friday night, have the satisfaction of knowing that by electing tho following officers for Oct. 27, nnd conttnuo In session until they have given full valuo or full crodlt to all with whom they como In tho ensuing year: President, Mrs. Oct. SI. Ono hundred nnd twenty fivs L. Woodbury, of Loulsvillo; first churches aro represented In tho Synod, contact. John Most men nre puro to tho extent vice president, Mrs. Harry McCarty, and moro than ono hundred represen of Nicholasvillc; second vlco presl tatlvo ministers and laymen will at- that they hnvo no faults or vices that stamp tbcm as Immoral. Thero aro dent. Miss Annlo Gulllon, of Carroll- - tend tho meeting. others whose thoughts even nro pure ton; third vlco president. Mrs. W. GOOD ROADS CONVENTION. and to whom Impurity Is absolutely ob Longmorc, of Frankfort; correspond' noxious. They think good, and as tho Ing secretary, Mrs. II. II. Alnslec, of Barbourville. Knox county la now thought is tbo father of tho act. thoy Loulsvillo; registrar, Miss Wlnnio D, Major, of Cadiz; historian. Miss Jes ono of tho leaders In tho good roads act well. These nro tho men at whom nip Yeager, of Owcnsboro; custodian movomont In this part of Kentucky. tho finger of suspicion never paints, of crosses of honor, Mrs. J. M. Arnold. Tho county has built and paid for four but aro always held as models after of Newport; chaplain, Mrs. Eugenia now steel bridges slnco tho first of tho which wo should pattern. Men who nre truly honest. Just and Dunlap Potts, of Lexington; vlco chap year and has contracted for others, lain, Mrs. C. C. Bogle, of Danvlllo; re Many miles of road havo oeen changed pure, men whose thoughts aro always cording secretary, Mrs. William F, and put up out of tho creeks nnd upward, nro men of good report They branches, nnd graded with stono. The have unassailable reputations supportTaylor, of Columbus. good roads spirit is growing in Knox ed by unimpeachable characters. They FARMERS' ask tho question, "What la right?" STORE, county. from the Innermost recesses of tholr souls, and answer It with all tho enGUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER. Lancaster. The recently organized lightenment of consclenco and spiritFarmers' union Is contemplating the establishing of a largo general storo Lexington. Nelson Messer, who, ual guldanco that God can glvo them. somewhere In the county for tho ben- August 13, Inflicted a knife wound They are always men of good report efit of its members. Their plan Is to from which John McLean died two and always will bo so long aa they organize a stock company and build days later, was triod in circuit court possess tbo virtues that the apostle out In tho county. They will hold a on a chargo of murder. Tbo Jury has enumerated. meeting at 10 o'clock a. m., Saturday found him guilty of voluntary manI know that tho apostle tells the October 21, to arrange the final details slaughter, tho penalty for which Is brethren to "think of things that are years In the true, honest, pure, lovely and of good from two to twenty-onof tho scheme. penitentiary. report" It Is by thinking of these GOOD TOBACCO CROP. things that men bocorao honest true DRAWS BIG FINE. and Just The apostle asks thorn not Catlettsburg. The tobacco crop for only to think but to reason, for he Loulsvillo. A fino of $3,500 was as says that "if there Is any virtue In 1911, as compared with formor years, d Iron-fence- There nro today moro peoplo than ever beforo asking tho quostlon, "What Is right?" They hnvo been led to ask this quostlon by an arousal of from lethargy that at ono time seemed to bo as binding as prison tho In this reawakening chains. church hns played a most important part, but Its appeals havo beon by moralists and oven by statesmen. Today tho question, "What Is right?" Is asked not only In personal morals, but In tho lnrger affairs of life, nnd to tho extent that thcro Is greater effort for higher standards pracof morality and of religious o general. war-senrr- lt drink with extreme moderation, I know thnt nlcohol is tho worst poison a mnn could take Into his system; but 1 found out It was an Impossibility to drink moderately. "I could not say, when drink was placed beforo me: 'No, 1 only drink In tho morning,' or nt certain hours. Tho fuct that I indulged at all compelled mo to drink on cvorr occasion or be absurd. "For that reason, becnuso moderate) drinking la a practlcnl Impossibility I became an abeoluto teetotaler a crank, If you ploasn, I will not allow it even In my bouse. When a man can say, 'I never drink,' he never hns to drink, ts never urged to drink, never offends by not drinking; at least that is my experience. "Olvn mo the sober man, the abeo-lut- o teetotaler every time. He's dependable If I bad tho grcntest appointive powers In tho country, no mnn would get even tho smallest appointment from me unless be showed proof of bis absolute teetotnllsm. so "If I could, by offering my body a sacrifice, free this country from this fell enncer, drink. I'd thank the for the privilege of doing it" SCIENCE IS AGAINST ALCOHOL United States Government Publishes 8ome Valuable Papers Read by Sincere Temperance Workers. Somo valuable papers, read by Dr. F. I). Crothers and others nt tho l meeting of the American Society for tho Study of Alcohol and Other Drug Narcotics beld at Washington, havo been published by tha United States govornmcnt In pamphlet form. Dr. Crothers, who Is tho superintendent of tho Walmct Lodgo hospital, Hartford, Conn., and an earnest worker for temperance, contributes a suggestive paper on "Tbo Future of tho Alcoholic Problem." Thcro nro enough facts In this booklet gathered by experts, damaging to tbo drink truffle to destroy It many times over. Hero Is one of them: "The Maoris of Now Zealand, according to Captain Cook, were at the time when he first visited the latand almost perfect In physique Even tho old men, ho states, possessed the endurance of youth. They numbered then over 120.000. Alcohol and tobacco found their way to them as the Island becamo Inhabited by tho white raco. Men, women and children began to drink and smoke. In thetr Innocence believing It a blessing. Today tbo Maoris aro n rnco of physical and moral degenerates, numbering only 41,000." Thousands of tippling members of tho whlto race are as truly. If not as visibly, degenerating. semi-annua- s Swallowing the Farm. f o sessed against the Park Butter Co., a Loulsvillo corporation, by Judgo Walter Evans In federal court. Tbo corporation, with Its president, B. II. Barnes, was convicted of violations of tho oleomargarine law by a federal TOBACCO WILL BURN. Jury. Chief of Police Ort ar-rosted threo men in nn automobllo as they were driving off tho ferryboat hero. Tho arrest was mado on receipt of a telegram from Portsmouth, O., saying that nn auto had been stolon. They refused to giro their names. GIVEN LIFE TERM. Plnovlllo. Tho caso of tho common wealth against Jeff Miller for tho mur der of Pearlle Hoskins last June, was given tho Jury and In fifteen minutes tho Jury agreed on a verdict giving Miller's punishment at llfo sontence. Miller, who was drunk and had been "shooting up" Four Mile, it Is said, bad Sterling. Fire, supposed to havo originated from stoves drying out tobacco, destroyed tho barn on tho farm of Newt Duff, togotber with 18, 000 pounds of tobacco. Tho tobacco wns Insured for 11,800, but Ihero wns no lnsuranco on tho barn. Tho total loss was about $4,500. ML KENTUCKY WOMAN 8LAIN. City Forester Prost of Chicago a new manual for the boy scouts. Instead of marching about with toy guns, he would have them equipped with grubbing hoes and dispatched In a war of extermination against the woods of Cblrago This would result In two things good for the boys they would learn tho names of the weeds and would secure healthful exercise. It would benefit the public by doing away with the weeds. pro-pos- ciations, representing approximately 2,000 mombcrs, will send delegates to tho National Woman Suffrago asuocla- tlon, which meets hero. Organizations affiliated with the Na tional association also will send dolo- gates. Included In this list aro tho qual Franchise association, Mrs. Clarence Mackay, president; tho Na tional College Equal Suffrage league. Dr. M. Carey Thomas, of Bryn Mawr, president, and the Friends' Equal Rights society. started up tho rull'oad track. The littlo Hoskins child and some playmates wero playing under a trcstlo along the track and ho deliberately shot the chili, killing her almost an through tho heart, and a posse it now on his troll. Thoro wcro no eyewitnesses to the tragedy save two small children of Mrs. Allen, who soy thoy heard Brew, or threaten their mother when sua spurned hU attentions. Parker's Qrovo. Mrs. William K. Allen, wlfo of a conductor employed by tho Loulsvillo Railway Co., was killed by Alox Brower, a prosperous former of tho Otter Creek section. Brower fled after shooting tbo wom these things, if there be any praise" thinking of them will bring them Into their lives and cause thorn to be grateful for tbo good they receive. Men who think honestly, men who try to be conscientious gain for themselves all the good that can bo derived from right thought and puro thinking. And that good is ability to think straight, and answer correctly tho question, "What Is right?" Of courso thero Is no absolute right Men do not think alike. They have not tho tamo standards, nor tho siimo conceptions, and yet they havo one standard of right and their conception of that standard will always grow better and bolter tho moro they study It That standard was sot by Christ Paul studied It, and bis wonderful growth In spirituality enabled him to toll the Phlllpplans what they should think about, for he knew that tbo mnn who was true, honest, just and pure, tho man who regarded things that were elevating and of good report, would be come tho man who would be able soon er or later to answer moro exactly tho question, "wnat is right?" You can follow Paul's prescription, especially If you ask for that guld anoe which has been promised yo by that greatest exemplar of right. dttto. iiiu nuftur iu a kiubb m sin ICI mo give you a fact to wnsh down with You may say you bavo longed for It years for the free. Independent life of tbo farmer, but havo never been ahlo to get money enough together to buy a farm. But that Is Just where you nro mistaken. For some years you havo been drinking a good Improved farm at tbe rate of 100 square feet a gulp. If you doubt this statement figure It out yourself. An aero of land contains 43,560 square feet Estimating, for convenience, tho land nt $43.68 an acre, you wltl see that It brings tbe land to Just 1 mill per square foot Now pour down the fiery doso and Imagine you are swnllowlng a strawberry pntch. Call In flvo of your friends and havo them help you t gulp down that garden. Go on a prolonged spree some day and see bow long It requires to swallow enough pasture land to feed a cow. Put down that class of gtn; thero Is dirt In it 100 feet of good, rich dirt, worth $43.56 per acre. Robert J. Hup c 000-foo- l.nM.1... ", mn .. 1.1. . I. - .1 . ..,, , Agree on Plan. Members of the .nn. ,, cress held at The Hacuo tli-n-,i declaration In favor of tbe general adoption or Judge Pollard's plan for suspending court sentences In tho case of drunkards who aim a inmi abstinence pledgo. Judge Pollard was one of tho speakors under the general subject. 'Tbe Judge and tho Alcohol Patients," and bis specific toplo was "Alcoholism In the Light of the. Study and Treatment of Inebriety bj tb States." Anti-Alcoh- October 26, 1911. THE CITIZEN. Page Three . Dr. Hendren's Claim Upon Senator Bosworth in League with Democratic Machine. Says "Presto, Change." to the Ring in Louisville and Brother Gets the Palm No Politics when Whiskey Controls. Legislature to tho support of tho county unit bill, Senator Bosworth has boon recognized as ono of tho leading opponents of that moasuro and ho has rarely failed to render vigorous support to tho demands of tho liquor Interests. Moreover, Senator Dosworth, although nominally a Republican has been admitted Into the Democratic clique, that has ruled tho last two or three Legislatures, and hla wishes have gone far with tho Democrats much farther. In fact, than the wishes of such Democrats as happened to bo on the wrong side of tho liquor problem. Mr. Henry Dosworth Is a Democrat In 1907 ho was the party nominee for State Auditor, and was defeated with the rest of tho Democratic ticket. Thoro Is Bomo Interesting unwritten political history behind the. nominations by the Republicans In the Sevontoonth Senatorial district of Mr. J oo Bosworth and by the Democrats for tho office of Stato Auditor of Mr. Henry Bosworth, and It all tho facts relatlro to tho Democratic In Loulsvlllo are over forthcoming addsd Interest will bo givon to theso nominations. Tho Evening Post yesterday stated tho facta rolatlvo to Mr. Joe Dosworth. He Is now a State Sonator, nominally a Republican, from a district lit the Kentucky mountains that always gives largo Republican majorities. Although tho Republican party baa twice pledged Its candidates for the The Voters of The 17th Senatorial District 1 .1 Reasons Why Every Lover of the Home, Every True Republican and Democrat Should Cast His Vote for Hendren and Against Bosworth This year ho again became, a candidate for tho saroo nomination before tho Democratic primary. Ills opponent was Mr. Ruby Laffon, and as Mayor W. O. Head declared himself very emphatically for Mr. Laffon, bocauso of personal reasons, It becanio known that Laffon was to get a majority of 6,000 or 8,000 In Louisville and accordingly tho Democratic nomination. Shortly before- tho Democratic primary, howovcr. Senator Bosworth, Republican, came to Louisville and held sovcral conferences with local Domocrnts and at once an order went out to substitute Bosworth for Laffon on the Democratic slato In - Woods Delivers the Goods Has the Evidence on Bosworth. Saw the Deed Saw Bosworth Deliver His District, His Party, the Temperance Forces to the Saloon Power. Interesting Letter Commending the Citizen's Course. Richmond, Ky., Oct. 19, 1911. ijL Louisville. The order was Issued too lato to reach all the products and the "results" from tho Democratic primary In Loulsvlllo In this race wcro much mixed. In one precinct Laffon would got SO and Dosworth 10 votes, and In another Dosworth would get TO votes and Laffon 8. Tho final count showed tho race between Laffon and Bosworth closo In Loulsvlllo, and socurod the nomlnaUon. There can be no doubt, therefore, wo think, that Mr. Henry Bosworth was made tho Democratic nominee) for Auditor because of the efforts of his brother, Joe Bosworth, who ti this year a candidate for Ui tho Stato Senate upon the Republican ticket, but Indorsed by the Evening Post. Democrats. Loulsvlllo Bosworth Large Crowd Heirs Hesslrea at laxbearrriUe Reasons Why Mr. Bosworth Should Be Defeated and Dr. Hendren Elected for the Senate First. Mr. Bosworth is not in line with either party on the County Unit Bill. Dr. Hendren will support and vote for the uniform County Unit Bill. SECOND. Four years ago, Bosworth promised to support and vote for the County Unit Bill. He flagrantly betrayed his promise and gave his support to the liquor interest, as his vote on Senate Bill i to 44 will show. THIRD. Mr. Bosworth does not justly represent the people of the District, but stands for the Middlesboro lipuor crowd an insult to thousands of the good citizens of the District. FOURTH. Bosworth has been against the laboring man's interest, as his record will show. O Fifth. Mr. Bosworth's GOOD KDADS talk, we believe insincere only a vote catcher. Dr. Hendren will not only support the County Unit, but Good Roads as well. Good roads are safer in the hands of a temperance candidate than a liquor man. Sixth. The liquor crowd is boosting Bosworth, not for Good Roads, but because they know he will deliver the wet goods in the Senate. Seventh. Will the good people of the Seventeenth Senatorial District vote for a candidate with a whiskey barrel on his back, or a clean temperance man? VOTE FOR DR. HENDREN, NOVEMBER ELECTION. Eighth. Helburn was defeated by the Republicans of the State for Lieutenant Governor because of his views on the liquor question. He was backed by the liquor interest. Bosworth and Helburn are brothers-in-lapartners in business, have the same political principles and Helburn is Bosworth's chief backer. NINTH. To send Bosworth to the Senate again, with his liquor views known as well as they are, would be for the republicans of the 1 7th Senatorial District, which is a dry territory and for the County Unit, to slap the Republicans of the State in the face for Helburn, because he was against the County Unit Bill, defeating his brother-in-laBosworth being backed by the same crowd, the liquor ring, that was backing Helburn. TENTH. Let the Republicans of the 17th Senatorial District repudiate Bosworth, asdid'the Republicans of the State, Helburn, on account of his liquor record in the Senate. ELEVENTH. Tlie defeat of Bosworth and the election of Dr. J. Harry Hendren means that the dry people of the district will have a representative in the Senate who will not betray them, but vote with either party on the County Unit Bill. Twelfth. Remember, Republicans in the 17th Senatorial District, that you had no opportunity to say whether you wanted Bosworth or not. The committee met in January with about six or seven men in person and by proxy, fixed a primary exactly forty days, made the entrance fee three thousand dollars that a man had to put up to enter. Why did they do this? Because Bosworth, with his liquor record, was afraid to submit to the will of the people, knowing that the territory he would be forced to be a candidate in was in favor of the County Unit Bill and would condemn his action in the Senate. Judge O'Rear, in his speech of acceptance, said none should be trusted on tbe Republican ticket who was not in line and sympathy with the platform. The voters who are in favor of the County Unit in the 17th Senatorial District owe it to themselves to see that Bosworth is defeated. w, How Bosworth Got His Nomination from the New South Brewing Co. at Middlesboro. Declares that the One Issue Is Whether the Saloons shall Dominate the District and the State Thru Bosworth. Makes a Fine Impression. Barbourvllle, Ky., Oct. 24. Special Correspondenco-T'Dr- . J. Harry Hendren, Independent Republican candidate for Stato Senator against Joo Bosworth, spoke hero on last Sat urday night to the largest crowd that has assembled at a public speaking here slnco the present campaign opened. The court homo was partly filled an hour before tho spcakor appeared. Many women were present, represcnUng the churches and clubs, and there wero many people from miles In the country. Tho Doctor spoke for two hours and not a man or woman left the hous except one or two politicians on whose toes the speaker tramped pretty heavily when describing In detail tho methods Mr. Bosworth used In securing his two nominations at tho hands of the Republican party In the 17th District. He was given a most careful bearing and was heartily applauded. The Doctor Is a fine speaker and Is making a good Impression wherever he is heard. He makes a clean speech, a manly speech, and one that Is free from personal abuse or apbias and prejudice. peals to part Ho makes a convincing speech ho has facts and not fiction upon which to speak. As some ono very aptly expressed It, his speech vote hero Saturday night was "a gctUng speech." Tho general impression seemed to be that if the Doctor could make this speech in every voting precinct In the district he would win by an overwhelming majority. The speech here Saturday night was a revelation to many who heard It. But few of the voters knew that after the. last Scnato had been organized and tho Speaker, Lieut. Gov. Cox, had been deprived of tho power of appointing the standing committees and that power bad been given to tho Committee on Rules, headed by Mr. Conn Linn, that this committee of Rules placed the same seven or eight men on tho fifteen most Important committees and that Mr. Bosworth was solccted by this Democratic committee as a member on all theso committees, thus showing beyond any shadow of a doubt the faith that tho Democrats and the whiskey eloment had In Mr. Bosworth. Tho record of the' last Senate shows, as tho speaker pointed out, that Mr. Bosworth was truo to his Democratic friends, and voted with them and tho whiskey party on all Important matters. Ho had made many spooches In this district beforo his nomination and election In which ho bad declared bo would support tho County Unit BUI if It was put before the Legislature, but the Journal of tho Senate shows that when tho vote of that body stood 14 to IS against the measure Mr. Bosworth, instead of voting for tho bill and thus tying the voto and giving Mr. Cox a chance to vote for It, voted for Its defeat, in the faco of all his promises and declarations before election, and admitted to advocates of tho measure that he voted wrong. Not only this, but he voted to have a similar bill referred to his committee of "Religion and Morals," which had tried to suppress the first measure proposed. At the time the District Committee met last spring to declare Mr. Bosworth the nominee of the party, after he had crowded all opposition Speaker Shows Editor Bcrca Cltlion: I ondorso your condemnation of Sonator Joo Bosworth of Middlesboro, candidate against Dr. Hondren, for to tho Stato Senate. I want to glvo you a piece, of personal knowledge of Joo Bosworth's treachery and betrayal of the County Unit, not only two years ago, but four yean ago, in the memorablo struggle to get a voto on the County Unit Bill. And I want to say that Mr. Bosworth's conduct then and there plantod ono of tho seeds of disgust in my heart that resulted in my subsequent announcement that if ciy party In the last Legislature killed the County Unit Bill (which It did do!) and then wo nominate a candidate this year for Governor who Was not In absolute harmony with the County Unit Idea (and we have certainly nominated such a candidate) I would take the stump for Judge O'Rear, the ono solitary candidate of the whole layout on whom I would stake my life that he was unequivocally truo as the North star to tho triumph of Constitutional temperance legislation, which Bosworth stabbed to death. Here Is the story, lying before me in black and white as I write. I was present. I saw the deed done. 1 saw Bosworth cast the voto which killed it. It was on March 5, 1903. Weeks of hard work on our part had been spent in trying to get the solidly Democratic Rules Committee and Committee on Religion and Morals, of which Bosworth was a member, to give the Sonato a chance to VOTE, VOTE, VOTE. Senator Burnam, Republican, of this district appealed to Bosworth on the floor to remember his party platform pledges and his sacred obligation to the overwhelming majority of his constituents, by standing with Senators who demanded a VOTE on the Unit Bill. But Bosworth remembering the glittering barrooms of Middlesboro, Instead of the blighted homes and ruined lives theso dens of lnqulty had TO produced, deliberately VOTED PIGEONHOLE tho Bill. JUST HIS ono voto was needed to overturn the tyrannous Rules Committee, but alas, Bosworth with stoclal indifference, voted with tho NINETEEN WHISKEY DEMOCRATS and killed the BILL! God knows that was a scene that mado angels weep. To think of a man who owed his seat In the Senate to 357,000 temperance people, In his District, and yet to please 24 saloons in Middlesboro and the liquor power of Kentucky, turned a deaf oar to duty and to humanity off by having a snap primary called with an entrance fee of $1,500, the to havo was Commltteo said met at Corbln, Kentucky. Dr. Hondren said that Committee, except Mr. John Gilliam, of Knox county, who would havo nothing to do with tho affair, met on tho third floor of the New South Brewing Company in Middlesboro, Ky., and there declared Mr. Bosworth the nominee of the Republican party In this district. Furthermore, this same New South Brewing Company gave Mr. Bosworth a check for $2,000, to pay his entrance fee in the first primary that was called to kill oft Hon. John D. Jarvls, of Knox county, who attempted to oppose Mr. Bosworth In 1907, and up to within a fow months ago Mr. Bosworth bad not repaid this $2,000 although Mr, Jarvls withdrew and thero was no primary and the check by was returned to Mr. Bosworth tho Commltteo. Dr. Hendren said thero had been soventy-sl- x murders in Bell county such perfidy should bury him beneath such a mountain of votes in November that all tho minors in tho Mingo Valley could not dig. him out in a thousand ycarsl I myself appeared beforo the Religion and Morals Committee, of which this Bosworth bad been mado a member by those other whisky servants who know how ho would knife the bill. I pleaded with that Committee with all my heart, as Senator Burnam did next morning, but all I got was this from this same Bosworth, who called mo to htm, and took me by tho hand and said, Mr. Woods, you almost convinced me I ought to voto right in this matter I" Thinking of the words of Paul, I replied, "Not almost but altogether would I persuade you to do 'your duty. Flatter not my poor powers of speech, but think of the joy of doing your duty to your people up In the mountains!" But, as I say, the next morning, Joe Bosworth, voted WRONG, and my own written record lying here before me says: "KILLED BY ONE VOTE!" BOSWORTH'S! ! Men of tho Mountains! Democrats, Republicans, what noil Will yon allow such political and moral perfidy to go longer unrebukedf What virtue la there In your pure blooded veins that will allow you to turn down such a consecrated Christian gentleman as my old schoolmate. Dr. ' f! , Harry Hendren, to endorse the re- cord of Bosworth who represents, no' part of your section but Middlesboro, whoso Baloons would be the scenes, of great rejoicing over his victory next month. Talk not to me of Bosworth as a Good Roads Champion. call him that to fool and flatter the ignorant and the indifferent The ROADS he has helped to make thus far are already paved WITH THE SKULLS OP MEN AND BOYS ruined by the SALOONS OF HIS CITY, and of Plnevllle, and surrounding territory. Those are the Roads of which he is the fathert Roads that lead bloodstained and tear bedewed from the dens of that Magic City to tho humble cots of STRIKE, the mountain fastnesses. ye mountaineers a blow that will ring around the State! "DOWN WITH BOSWORTH! UP WITH HENDREN! Your friend, Clarence E. Woods, If I cannot prove by the records and by my written history that 1 have told the truth above, I will foro-fe- lt $100 in gold to any church or charity In the Eleventh Congressional District that Mr. Bosworth will namo. C. E. WOODS. Whiskey-Democrats of this, Knox county, every week for whiskey and spent with the saloons at Middlesboro, and In Bell county the amount spent In this way Is much larger. The one Issue In this campaign, as Dr. Hendren so well showed here, Is whether the people of this district are willing to vote for or against whiskey. Mr. Bosworth has no more claim upon the votes of Republicans because ho Is on the ticket, and is regular party nominee, the than If he were not. The people had no voice in his selection. Ho has shown by his record that ho is not a Republican and that he is not In months; within the last twenty-fou- r that 85 per cent of all the killing within this ttmo had taken place, between noon on Saturday and noon on Monday, showing that they happened near the week end, when it is well known that wage earners frequent tho saloons and Middlesboro In greatest numbers. A large per cent of the killings spoken of resulted from drunken affrays. One murder that was spoken of In dotail was that of the little girl on Straight Creek who was shot dead with a large pistol by a drunken man from Middlesboro because she would not Dr. dance for him at his request. Hendren accuses Senator Bosworth with being responsible for this increased crime in Boll county, because by his vote, he could have put whiskey out of Middlesboro. It Is said that a thousand dollars Is taken out harmony with his party or its prinHe has voted against and othorwlse opposed everything that the Republicans tried to do In tho lost Legislature. His good road doctrine Is only a campaign argument, In which he cares nothing, for he might havo helped this piece of Legislation, and gained friends for it, by voting for tho County Unit Bill. He Is a whiskey man, a whiskey politician and under the absolute control and guidance of the whiskey Interests. When the pooplo of the district come to know this. Dr. Hendren very rightly thinks they will voto against" BosTho influence worth for of the whiskey business at Middlesboro permeates all tho counties Ju this part of the state; JVIth a' population ,of less than 8,000, Middlesboro has forty saloons, one saloon for every 200' of her population. The courts In that county are so crowded with murder cases that there Is scarcely time, for any thing, else. If the people will come out to hear Dr. Hendren he will surprise them with facts that' they nevor dreamed existed. The Republican party has shown itself able to get Let rid of undesirable It do so In this Instance. ciples. office-seeker- Page Four. THE CITIZEN. como off, tho Campaign Commllteo October 26, 191 1. thinking it extravagant to send its two most popular speakers to Bcrca on tho samo day. Tho Judgo was In Beron, however, for a short while, Tuesday morning, leaving for McKoo whoro ho spoko in tho afternoon and returning la tlmo for tho noon train, South, Wednesday. The new walking shoe In Tan or Dull Calf Nothing could be more appropriate with your new suit. Let us show you your size in one of these fashionable models. You will be as pleased with the appearance of your foot as you will with the wonderful Red Cross comfort. W0MAN'SSUFFERA6E CONVEN- - E. F. COYLE You Pay Less or Gat More g.O.O.O.O.O.O.O.C.O.O.O.0.0,0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0 LYCEUM COURSE A look upon tho assembly gathered at tho National Woman's Convention at Louisville, Oct. tho fact that this revealed movement is enlisting tho cooperation of tho best women of tho land. It was not an assemblage of cranks. or tho odd; tho short haired, tho freak ish wore not there Jnno Addatns of Chicago, was tho most nonorni sjicakcr, a woman who has "dono things" in and for Chicago that ought to bo dono in ovory city. 8uf-fra- R. H. CHRISMAN Undertaking and Embnlmlnrf A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies. Day SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. IMionc 26 Nldht 4 I NEWS LOCAL PAGE OF BEREA. AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A f oeoeoeoeooeeoeoeoeoeojo. oeosjoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoaovoeoX DR. BEST, DENTIST C1TT rilONK 183 "" UVX "Ihero DAN H. BRECK Fire, Life and Accident . Insurance Richmond, Ky. ' Phone 505 Mr. Charles Rogers from Frankfort was in town at the first of tho week. Sir. Otis Lacefield of Louisville was In town for a short time last week. Mrs. Kate Tatum who has been Itlllllrlnr. nn t1alt With Olnnrta left last week for tho homo uf her sister in Tennessee. A part of the Berea Colleges band with their leader, Mr. Bailey, went to Lancaster last Friday rind played for a largo political gathering nt which Mossrs. O'Rcar and Bristow spoke. Mr. Green Hill left nt tho first of U & N. TIME TABLE. the week for Bethany, W. Va., where North Bound Local he will probably secure a position. 10:65 p. m. 7:00 a. m. KnoxvlUo STRAYED: A young hog a gelding 3:52 a. m. weighing about 35 pounds. Camo to 1:04 p. m. BEREA 7:45 a. ra. my home about Aug. 1st. Owner 6:30 p. m. Cincinnati South Bound Local pleaso call at John Balllnger's on S:15 p. m. tho Jas. L. Cornellson place. 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati BEREA 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. in. Prof, and Mrs. Ralno are rejoicing 6:55 p. m. 6:K0 a. m. over tho addition of a llttlo daughter 'Knoxville Express Trains to their family last week. Stop to take on and let off passen- Two of Mr. Tom Scrlvnor's broth gcra from beyond Dayton, O., or Ironi ers from Estill county spent a part Atlanta and beyond. of last week at his home here. South Bound A party of young people chaperoned 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati by Prof. Downing made a trip to BEREA 11:44 a. m. Anglln Falls, Saturday. North Bound Mrs. Eva C. Armstrong, of CovingBEREA 4:46 p. m. ton and Mrs. M. F. Boyd, of Newport, 8:37 p. m. Cincinnati respectively President and Secretaiy c. tho Kentucky Woman's Belief Corps, inspected Capt. Jas. West Corps, Miss Ettta Lewis left, Monday, tor were guests Buckhorn, where she will fill tho on Saturday, last, and Dodge, for place of the Principal of tho school ct Professor and Sirs. Saturday and Sunday. there during his absence for a few Mrs. Lakes who has been in tho months. hospital for thirteen week3, has re Mrs. Luclnda Gordon arrived Satsufficiently to be taken to urday from Lexington for an extend- covered on Chestnut Street. ed visit with relatives in town and her homo Mr. Abo Gabbard of Conway was Big Hill. at In town Monday and Tuesday, on busl Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Pow are spendness. ing a few days with their many Oma and Boss Robinson visited Irlends here. their grandparents at Blue Lick, Sat Miss Beuloh Vlars of Scaffold urday and Sunday. Cano has been visiting at the homo The Misses Etta Gay and Mary Ta of her sister, Mrs. James" Dalton. tum attended tho Teachers' Associa Mr. Roy Rutherford who Is work- tion In Richmond, Saturday. Mr. Henry Bingham who was called ing in Paris, was In town for a few to Texas on account of tho death of days of last week. Mrs. D. B. Chandler and children his mother returned last week. Mr. G. D. Holllday was in Louls- of Mt. Vernon are visiting here villo on business last week. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Tho appearance of the lot joining W. Evans. tho Pasco place has been much im Mrs. George Treadway of Paint proved by the building of a now wire Lick spent the latter part of the fence, and grndlng of tho front. week here at the homo of her daughMrs. Logsdon of Boono St. Is visit ter, Mrs. Tom Logsdon. ing her daughter in Hamllotn, Ohio. MAGAZINES Walt for my new Miss Amy Todd was in Richmond. catalog. I make tho best prices that Saturday. can be secured. M. L. SPINK, at Mr. Clinton- Early returned from Printing office, Berea, Ky. Richmond, Tuesday. Prof. Marsh is still in tho Hospital Mrs. Hardin Golden left, Friday, for Lexington, where she will visit but reports from him are very enat the home of her son. Will Golden. couraging. It is thought he will be go homo next week. Mr. John C. Acheson, president of able to Helen and Roy Wyatt, the children Caldwell Collego at Danville, who U. S. Wyatt, are in was one of the speakers of tho Y. M. of Mr. and Mrs. hospital with typhoid. U. A. conferenco held hero, gave an tho Dr. and Mrs. Cowley left suddenly, suggestive and helpful exceedingly tho talk to tho Young Women of tho Y. for Cleveland last Wednesday, Doctor fearing tho necessity of an W. C. A., Sunday evening. operation, several reports from them Mr. Charles E. Clift writes from Indianapolis, Ind., that bis health during tho week encourage tho hope that his trouble is not so serious as is much Improved. was feared; still it is not known Just when they will return. Same Thlnq In the End. Secretary D. Walter Morton Will A physician says that there Is no preach at the M. E. church next Sunsuch' thing as "taking cold." Which day, both-Itho forenoon and in tho reminds one of tho old saw that you evening. don't', take a car, but that the car takes you. n Prof. Ralno wilt give the first numtho representatives of Although ber of tho course, Saturday night, tho 2Sth, subject, The Merchant of tho Collego Sunday School did not tno continuation or tno unirorm sonos tho trlct enforcement of tho city ordinances without fenr or favor. nnrh loulsvlllo until Friday even lor thoso who may prefer It-Vcnlco. In tho ovcnlng Dr. Llttieflcld nf 7j Wo ask for tho cooperation and Slngio admission, 35 cents. Season ing they felt richly ropnld for tho trip by tho remaining part of tho Brooklyn gnve a flno lecture on "Tho vot(. 0f nil good citizens of Berea, ticket 65 cents. Preparation of the Teacher," in which rrvpectlvo of politics or party of- program, Tho Friday evening program, after no lam groat stress upon tno acmanu filiation, to this platform of princiMATRONS' MEETING music led by E. O. for trained teachers. Ho said tho S. ples and to this ticket. tho oxcellcnt Tho Matrons' meeting will be held, Exccll and Mr. Roper his accompan- S. teacher must havo threo powers. Saturday, Nov. 4th, at 2 o'clock In ist, was given over to an address by Tho power to turarnato tho spirit of FOR SALE"" tho Parish House. "Tho God within himself, tho power to Mr. Durham, of Chicago, on Ttt'n vokn nf ntPii. Mnv lwi arvtn at All mothors or matrons having chil- Best Business Proposition" and tbo accumulate knowledge and the power Cc,eg0 Farln A , to jj. Tay-t- o stimulate those whom ho teaches L at DoQM Tjlcrn Qf dren under their care In school aro taking of subscriptions for tho State A Uup. to right growth. Invited to be present. work. fcvss nt tho Woodwork. His Idea may bo writ summarized Tho meeting will bo held under Saturday provided three sections, tho auspices of tho Council of tho Primary, Advanced and Adult work. In his striking statement, "Don't put BEST BARGAINS Dean of Women. Vory strong addresses were made by off tho preparation of your lesson until tho last moment and then trust Mr. C. C. Stoll of Loulsvlllo on "AdBest Bargains that hare ever bea A CORRECTION ult Blblo Class Work" and Mrs. E. to inspiration, prcsplrntlon or ilea-- 1 W. Anderson of Owensboro, on "Hov poratlon to carry you through." - offered In farms, beautiful building In nn article In The Citizen last I CI: as. D. Lewis. lots, houses and lots, and first class uso tho S. S. Hour." Both of theso week, telling of n gift to tho Student business lots. We can suit the purspcakors emphasized tho fact that CITIZENS' CONVENTION Aid Fund by the National Woman's chaser In almost any kind of proper- tho Sunday School must bo In closest Relief Corps, Mrs. Dlnsmorc's namo A Citizens' Convention met. Fri I ty he wants, as the above hare been touch with God's spirit and tho Bi! was given to us Instead of that of on tho one band, and with tho day night, Oct. 20, 1911, at tho Berea carefully selected in the most dcslr- ble Mrs. Dod go as being Instrumental In parts of the town. public school house for tho purposo able We Ufa of tho individual and tho present securing the gift. The mlstako was dny social problems on tho other. Wo of nominating a ticket for town coun- can sell you a farm of a few acres corrected before all tho edition was must gather In and hold tho people cil. near town for a small amount of run, but this notlco Is Inserted in by means Frank Coylo was elected chairman, money, or, anything from this up to of solid, well prepared soul order to givo proper credit to Mrs. food rather than by class socials. after which several speeches wero a first class Blue Grass farm. Dodge. If you hare any notion of becomcontests, nlns. or any of tho common mado closing with a motion that all . a .. II M I H AInPAn nominations bo mado from the floor ing Interested In a beautiful location r increasing attendance. 1acv,ccs U'HtAH UANIitLLcU cNKAIirMrNT or near Berea, it will certainly be Dr. Sawiey In tho afternoon nbly' Instead of by commute. Nomina-ia- t. , or j w The speech of Judgo O'Rear adver presented tho causo of tho Graded "onB i"owou i uuu " I Ing write to wero rhnsen. tised for Monday evening did not 1U.I.IIIUIIUUUI UV9WUO .i.i,.. . , ntillU 1UVUUUK Wyatt and Cornelius, ur. n. il. uxiKpr. v . 1. unri'M. Chos. C. Preston, N. J. Coylo, W. U. Real Ettato Rooms No. 1, 2 and 10. Berea Bank and Trust Co., Ilulldlng, Harris rfnd A. J. Smith. Abraham Lincoln's picture was Berea, Ky. chosen as the party emblem, and ' tho following declaration of prlncl- pies adopted. 1. Wo bellevo It to bo for tha best interest of all citizens of Berea that politics be eliminated In tha selection of our town officers. Sack wo uoiievo in anu stand for a careful conservative management of tho finances of tho city and a wise oxpendlturo of tho same, that wo may lower ' tho present tax rato Instead of Increasing it, as has been agitated. 3. Wo bollevo that somo wlso regulation should bo brought about CO YEARS' whoreby all proicrty In tho corporEXPERIENCE Basssaw: ate limits of Borea used for commercial purposes should bear a Just pro portion of tho burden of local tax- STATE S, WVENTION 40 t,. - 1 1 J ' STOVES Everything in Stoves Red Cross Flour, 65 cents. Every Guaranteed I TATUM'S Special Sale NOW ON ation. 4. Wo bollevo that tho expenditure of tho public money for street and public improvements should bo placed In front of tho poor man's door as woll as his mora fortunato neighTflADC MARKS Cop rniQHTs Ac. Anton aanrtlnf a aitirh and rtMrrlMInn na quick) r aarvriAJii our oiiikn firaa wDatiiar an Intent Inn prnhtblr Designs bor. riUM tionatirlcltrrouooeiillsJ. IUKDC0QK cmiI'aUuu sT 1KB W E L CH'S Wo bellevo In and plod go ourselves to tho enactment of such regulations which will Insure equal Justice to all citizens. Safeguarding at all times tho interest of tho widow and tho laboring man. 6. Wo bellevo In law and order and C. QfrUsfvUU, without cbirte, a tb A Munn M. 4jv tUnl. tuaUa Scientific American. culation of anr handtomtlf t1a,trt! wotklr. larnat cirrlcnUOn l.xiriial, Tarnta, SI r t (our muntta, IL Hold If ail tiawadaaJari. a MUNN & Co 3J!!. New York How We Built a Growing Business NOT BY MEANS OF SENSATIONAL ADVERTISING NOT BY MEANS OF PREMIUM SCHEMES NOT BY MEANS OF BARGAIN SALES SO-CALL- Simply by supplying, at all times, the best shoes at a reasonable the fairest treatment possible to all our customers. price and LADIES Wear one pair of our Our method simply verifies what "Emerson" wro "If a BaB does a tkiig better tkaa all the rest if he should live in the woods beaten path that leads to him." evea there will be a SAD DEATH 4 ' "The WEDDING PRESENTS d, Finest Line of Wedding Rings Ever Shown in Berea in SterlGold, Gold-fille- 4 ing Silve, Cut Gluss ftbe IRachet Store ENGR A VI NG FREE William, tho three year old child Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Potts of Whites Station died, of Cerebral congestion, Friday, Oct, 20th at C. a. 111. Mr. and Mrs. Potts wero attending Masonic Grand Lodgo at Loulsvlllo, and wero to stay through tho wock in tho Stato S. S. Convention. They wero called, Thursday night, by phono and notified of the babe's condition, but ho died before the parents reached home. Services wero held at the homo near Whites Station at 1 p. m. Sunday. Tho burial was in tho Richmond cemetery, of $3 & $3.50 Shoes Then you'll know how good they are This particular path leads to RHODUS MAIN ST. HAYES . THE QUALITY STORE BEREA, KY. October 26, 1011. THE CITIZEN. Page Five. TALK IS CHEAP of these goods you have to see them to appreciate the excellence of quality, variety and quantity as for the But when it is put into newspaper space it costs money". So we will save our talk about the details Ninety Days Only A $35 Range Stove Free! WEIGHT is a Difference . 'I WATCH THE BIG SALE Three costly Ladies1 Dresses Free! $20 Suit Free ! is a Difference prices they tell AN ORIGINAL STORY Solid oak dresser $5.00, $6.00, 7.50 and tip to $20.00. Solid oak bed room suits (not imitation) $15.00, $18.00 to $40.00. Quartered oak velour covered couches $8.50, $10.00 and $12.00. Roll seat 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. i tli a 45 lb. felt mattress to fit it at Brass beds with 2 inch post, $10.00. S5.00 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. QUALITY PRICE is a Difference e believe all give weight, but as to quality and price we ask you to examine all lines in Berea and when you examine ours we feel confident of a share of your business, EST STYLES Ladiei' Shoes 99 cts. up. MENS' Flour 50 ctt. All Leather Shoes $1.25 up. $18 Suits $15; $15 Suits $12 Mem' Best Patent Flour 60, 65 cts. - 40c Heavy Underwear $12 " $10; $10 " $7.50 39c OVERCOATS ALL GRADES Work Shirts Come, be good, take in the town I SUITS-LAT-- i.A A COUNTRY STORE IN TOWN R. J. ENGLE, at J mattings 20c. RANGES $15.00, $1 7.50, $20.00 and $25.00. I'm $5.00 under on each in price and $5.00 over on each in Quality. BUGGIES steel tire, rubber top, $40.00. Rubber tire, leather top, $65.00. Best American Steel and ireCo's. field fence 25c. per rod. ROOFING, heaviest qualty v crimp 28 guage painted, $2.00 per square. " " " """ " galvanized, $3.25 per square. fertilizer for wheat, good, 90c. per hundred. Hest, $1.30 per hundred. Other bargains by the score. All 30c. mattings 25c. Phone 60 , Berea, Ky. : See "THE FURNITURE MAN" of mainOrder for Election for Graded School trict. all for tho purpose School Dls--italiilDK a Graded Common Madlson County Court in ro poll- - trlct on tho lot now occupied by tho proposed Graded Common School District. In tho townof Dorea. and certain adjoining tcrrltory. for nn election tuorcln. Order for election as to Graded School District. being upon tho dock- 1 11?.. matter ..... mm it thntL uu iv IUIB mora than ton legal voters who are taxpayora In tLo proposed district of Madison Couuty, Kontucky, havo petitioned this Court to fix thu imiindarv of tho proposed Graded Common School District, and to order an election to osUbllah a Graded Common School, and it further Hon fir boundary '0. U. Holllday of and others to present public school In IJorca, and 'for erecting, purchasing, or repairing .sultablo buildings for said purposo therein, and for any and all other necessary Incidental expenses to carry- Ing on and conducting a first class Common School at Bcrt'a, Malison County. Kentucky. is further ordered that said cloc-It tlon Is to bo held for tho purposo of electing five trustees for tho proposed Common School District, said trustees when elected to bo divided thrvo classes In accordance with I Into Kentucky Statutes, Section 4471 and Graded ( utn-wMH- ..n,(n. 44C9. 9 Tho sheriff of Madison County shall havo this order published in county uoaru 01 a newspaper published , tuo uiuzen, proved by tho cation and tho Superintendent of n Dorea, Kontucky, for at least U Schools of Madison County, ( ty jays before tho election and advor-an- d It further appearing that no part jtiso tho sarao by printed hand bills, of the boundary of said proposed posted In five conspicuous places in proposed Graded Common Uradod Common School District will sald bo more than two and ono half miles School District, for the same length bo- - of tlino. nnd shnll hnvo the ndvertlso- frnm thn uchool house, tho Court Ing advised, It Is considered and ad- ment Inserted and notices herein pro- , . a a a IlLI judged and hereby ordered that ttin'.. viueu ior posivu wuuiu ten uays Bfoilowlnc boundaries shall be spread iter ho receives this ordor, and at least upon tho order book of this Court twenty days before tho election. Said sheriff shall appoint a ludgo us the boundaries of tho proposed Graded Common School District: and a clerk of said election, who shall tako and subscribe to an oath for Beginning at a point on tho pike whoro tho dirt road tho faithful performance of their to Possum Kingdom leavos tho plko duties, on tho day get apart for the tt election, the officers shall open a and about tho corner of tho old thence a straight lino to poll and shall propound to each farm: who a culvort In tho West Union road voter you may vote, tho question, for or against tho Graded In front of Laura Spenco's houso, In- "Are cluding same, thence a straight lino Common School tax!" and bis vote to tho point whero tho Slato Lick shall bo recorded for or against tho road runs under tho railroad brldgo same as ho may direct. Said election officers shall also no as to Includo J. M. Sholl; Uienco un a branch to tho head or ikiick hold an election at tho same time and Hollow, Including Judgo Uinsroru -g p.aco and by tho sauio persons wuo vote at tho election for tho tax to houso; thence a straight lino to Ccn's tor of a low gap a little south of elect a board of trustees of Bald Knob: thence a straight lino posed Graded School District and tho to tho brldgo In Scaffold Cano plko (vo persons receiving the highest over the walors of Silver Creek near number of votes shall bo declared tho fork of said creek at tho corner of olected trustees. Dough W. It. Shackleford, J. f Drowning'! and Thomas urown-lnJudgo. Madison County Court. erty's farms. Including J. K. Henry UlckneU's farm; and near . Kentucky, thence dowu Sliver Creek and Its State of of Madison. County to tho houso of Noel Mitmeanders I. It. n. Terrill. cleric of tho Madichell, excluding It; thouco a straight lino to tho houso of John Johnson son County Court, do hereby certify iniiiiiinir it' thence a stralEht lino that tho foregoing is a truo and com- toS. I. CUrk'i residence Including it J .ttaiin aan.iv nf nrilpi-- nf nlpotlnn en- thence a itm Ight line to K. T. KUli's torod ,n tho ot 0, D Holllday ludlnu it and II. b. ler- - and otnor8 on potUlon for Graded residence a ttralght line to School as is filed in my office In rill's reiidence; thence the beginning Including all reldencc tho naucrs In the above styled action south of laid line. Witness my hand this 4th day ot It Is further ordered that tho October, 1911. And It. D. Terrill, Clerk. sheriff of Madison County do hold Uy D. Tevls Huguoly, D. C. on tho 18th day of November. 1911, orIn obedlenco to tho foregoing at tho school houso In Dorea. Madison County, Kentucky, between mo nours dor and Judgment ot the Madison and of 6 a. m. and 4 p. m. nn election for County Court, I have caused foro-colthe purpose of taking tho sense of directed tho publication ot the the directed, and I or as therein tho lcnal white votors within above doscrlbod boundaries constltut i0ne of my deputies will on tho 18th proposed graded Common day 0f Novomber. 1911, open a poll ing tho School District upon the proposition ,at tho present Common School build- whether or not they are for or a- - Ing In tho city ot Berea, Kentucky, gainst the annual Graded Common between tho hours of 6 a. m. and 4 School tax In tho sum of thirty-fiv- e p. iu. bo that tho legal white vocents on each S100 ot tho pro- ter In the territory described may perty assessed within tho above des- vote on tho question submitted and cribed boundaries and belonging to I hereby appoint Len. Hoiklna, Judge whlto votora or corporations and In and W. C. Kngle, clerk of laid election. Given under my band this 6th addition thereto an annual poll tax of 11.50 per capita on each white day of October, 1911 inhabitant over twentyouo malo D. A. McCord, years ot ago residing In said pro Sheriff ot Madison County. posed Gradod Common School Dlsamx-nrlnc that said petition is ap DOCTOR SHAW PRESIDENT Tho meeting of tho National Woman's Suffrage Convention at Loulsvlllo camo to a close Monday after a day ot turmoil and somo display of temper In tho election of officers PRES. BURNS NOT IMPLICATED and especially of tho President. Dr. Despatches appeared In Cincinnati Shaw, who has been President since and Loulsvlllo papers a few days ago 1905, was reelected. Miss Jano Add-nwas saying that Hov. J. A. Durns of Oneinf Hull Houso. Chicago, da, Ky., was implicated In a shooting chosen Vlco President affray that occurred recently In Clay NEWS OF THE WEEK County. This Information was carContinued from Crt page ried to a largo number of his friends was exliving in many parts of tho country, of his department, Dr. Wiley report by letters onerated, but tho Committee's nnd caused many Inquiries announcement by and telegrams concerning tho truth ot and tho subsequent thn President wero couchod in such o report. It all grow out of n tho amount almost to a In names. Mr. Durns was away language as to aged Secretary. From on a trip to New York at tho tlmo censure of tho present It has been In tho Interest of his school, and knew that tlmo to tho thought that ho would resign, but It nothing of tho affair until his attentho Is said that ho stoutly denies was called to It by friends. mla-tak- R. H. CHRISMAN. tlmo In tho mountains anomilni? In tho study ot Pellagra. Ho will bo in Plnovlllo for somo days, then go to Harlan. This Is tho second trip that ho has mado into that part of tho inn state. Mulo 15 2 hands, 2 years old. 5 door, dwellnlg illuminated With yearling Maro Mules, good ones. 3 acctyleno gas, all necossary outbuild' good suckling Maro Mulo Colts. 3 good lngs, 2 largo tobacco barns, 1 Brood Mares In foal to jack, 6 to 10 stock barn, 1 largo silo, 200 young years. 1 old harness maro, a beginning to bear, fruit trees Just dandy. 1 old Gelding. 1 farm well watered and in good old gelding, good driver and 1 stato of cultivation, will be sold old family mare. 600 bales ot good In two tracts and as a whole, Timothy Hay. then taking tho best bid. Terms on Farming Machinery of every desFarm One-hadown, balanco in 1, cription, Including power 2 and 3 years at C per cent per anFairbanks-Mors- e Gasoline Engine, num. also Ensllago Cutter and Crusher. CATTLE Household and Kitchen Furniture 40 head of fat cattle, will weigh and other articles too numerous to 1,300 pounds. 4 head milk cows and montlon. Terms made known on day 3 calves. 7 brood sows and 1 boar. of sale. Dinner on grounds. MULES AND HORSES . Farm will be sold promptly at 10 4 1 pair Maro Mules 15 hands, 8 o'clock. years old. 1 pair Maro Mules 15 2 Salllo F. Pence and Son, Marksbury, hands, 3 years old. 1 pair Mare Mu Kentucky. les 15 4 hands, 5 years old. 1 Horse I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. lf 3-1-3-- BEREA'S LEADING HARDW.ARE STORE I have just bought the Isaacs' Hardware Store and in the future will carry a complete line ol tion BARN WARMING Tho now Dairy Darn will bo warmed by Music, Speeches, Cotfco and handshaking, Saturday evening from 'i to 4, Oct. 28. and all tho householders of Dorea are invited. This is an occasion not for student but for citizens. Mothers can bring their babies and find flro nnd milk In , tho Dairy Room. Dlggest social slnco tho Industrial Building was opened. tho dny, Oct. 28. IN OUR OWN STATE (Contlniml (torn firt page) Wal-lacet- on Hu-le- pro-Lee- I tory 6f tho Imported variety. Governor Harmon Is to bo In Lexington, Friday of this week, and William. J. Urynn Is to raako a hurried trip thnt tho state. Thero Is no cause for alarm, It is said at tho Itopubilcan headquarters, but this should simply be taken as an evidence that homo talent has failed to draw tho crowds, llryan will possibly bo as successful as ho has been in tho past. A HOLD Ul IN BREATHITT g. 1 nc Tho pay master of Lane Brothers, constructors on the Lexington and Eastern Extension In Breathitt Co., was held up and robbed by masked men. Tho robbers secured six thousand dollars which was being taken to camps to pay off tho men. Blood hounds were taken from Lexington and an attempt made to run down tho robbers, but so far It has failed. PIIESIDENT TAFT COMING President Taft will be in Frankfort on Nov. 9th for tho dedication of tho Lincoln Statuo In tho Capitol building on that date. From Frankfort ho goes to Ilodgcnvlllo whero ho will dedlcato tho Lincoln memorial Tho statuo ot Lincoln, which la to bo placed 'in tho rotunda ot tho Capitol, was given by Mr. Jas. Spoed ot Loulsvlllo. Tho full program of tho exercises has not yet been pub- rumor. THE CHINESE REBELLION Reports are meager and somewhat conflicting as to tho progress ot tho Chineso Rebellion, but It seems to bo making progress, tho scene of real hostilities constantly advancing toward Peking. WAR THE TURKO-ITALIAEven less meager havo been tho reports from tho area ot hostilities botwocn tho Turks and tho Italians, Tripoli. Thero havo been rumors o. that Hostpeaco and counter-rumor- s ilities would bo extended to tho Balkans. Ono Important engagement seems a certainty In which tho Turks showed tholr metal, tho Italians winning In tho end. THE MAINE AGAIN A fow wcoks ago It was reported that tho hulk of tho Malno had been so completely wrecked by tho explosion which sank her In 1898 and by tho subsequent effect of tho soa water, that the appropriation for Its uncovorlng would bo a loss, inasmuch as tho causo of tho explosion would forever remain a secret Now, horover, Constructor Capps who had chargo of tho battlo ship from the tlmo her keel was laid uitll sho was y launched, after making a careful of tho wreck, says that there is uo posslblo doubt In tho matter. Ho Is suro that tho destruction was causout-sled by an explosion from tho will set forth at length in and a report to tho Secretary of tho Navy tho reasons for his conclusion. N sur-vodo HARDWARE, PAINTS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES PricesRiRht J. fl. CLARKSTON GiveUs aCall PALACE MEAT MARKET price paid for butter, eggs and chickens Leaf Lare, guaranteed pure. Kidd 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 Fish and Oysters every Thursday. U. B. ROBERTS, Prop. Uo Yon 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 rUBLIC SALE OF LAND, STOCK AND CROPS Having decided to go West, wo will offer for sale to tho highest and best bidder on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1911, at 10 a. m., tho following property, consisting ot 375 acres of flno Bluegrass land, situated in n tho famous Camp Dick Robinson lished. of Garrard County, Kentucky, 6 TO STUDY PELLAGRA miles from Danville, 8 miles from Profesor Garman, chief Entomolo- Lancaster, 1 mllo off Loxlngton turn-plk- o gist and Botanist of tho United States on good county road, 10 room Agriculture Experiment Station Is dwolllng, 3 porches. 2 good cisterns boc-tlo- 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, - ANOTHER GOOD FARM FOR SALE lying north of Heron on Heroa and IUclimmnl mile from puhllo noliool and two miles from Horoa CoN plko. lego. This farm U good rod hud, lime ntono land, nil In Brass ttIu. jH ,,ne of and the best gram, farms near Heron, Ih well wntrrotl. Iiuh plenty of wood good fence. timber to keop up place nnd fenced all around with wire place. rIOne farm IiIh outbuildings on barn orchard and fairly good Iiouho, (MO nuil acres of land for the money In this without iiueMtlon Is ibeboHt 78 bought any time within tho next thirty day for only section nnd can bo $16 85 nor acre. Anyono wanting n Farm Bargain should make It known t0 Ji VlHo'hv"foun!fCtiio montboautlful IiuhIi.ohb IoU right In tho uuaU nossHeotlon of Horea on Chestnut St., where such IoU nro worth one In. x Price thousand dollar aoh. Thoso lots are 21 f prices 00 ft. terms to 800 each. Buit other farms of various bUob with I haveKoekcastlo, Oarrard and Madison Cob. and In Come, seo and buy lands and lots. Containing 78 Ono-fourt0 The Best Qualities of norm, li 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 not tell us. FrUki G. D. Room 4, Btrca Bank HOLLIDAY (& Trust Building t.-- 0 iur-ohas- or BEREA, KY. St. J. W. I. DOOLEY Brt- -, Ky. P. BICKNELL w, Ky. Page Six. Large Crowd Heart Bradley (Continual from Ant J THE CITIZEN. at October 26, 191 1. opening his mouth to defend tho comes oligarchical or monarchical, SEWERAGE PURIFICATION stato that had honored him with a Without equality Ropubllcan instltu-se.. p(t. In tho Natlonat Houso and that ilons aro Impossible. Inequality of Remarkable Result Attained by Mod. President Falrchlld. I know with ho now asks to mako him a momber representation Is tyranny to which no rn Filtration Methods Report by Forestry for the School and the Farm great pleasure your prcsont distin- of tho Senate" United States Geological Survey. peoplo worthy of freedom will freoly guished president who has done bo Turning again to stato affairs bo mibmtt. To say that a man in Spencer Considering tho manifold benefits more carefully and transplanted la As the population of cities and much for tho poople of Eastrni Kon-tue- paid: County shall havo sorcn times as , towns becomes more and more con' derived from tho forest, which next rows or othorwlse upon somo barren ... . .. I liavo known for many n I. and "Wo aro now In tho midst of iiiucii inuucBca in uio government or years that dear old friend who has very momontous campaign. W0 adopt- - tho stato as a man In Ohio, nutter gostod, the publio health requires to tho earth ttsolf is man's greatest point or ploco ot ground yielding uo that benefactor, it is particularly opproprl-nt- o profit, the same ploco In tho course dono me the honor to present mo to ed a platform and tho Democrats or Edmonson Is to say that six man that Boino methods bo adopted that wo should mako a few of a few years would pay a greater who haa spent camo along after wo had adopted It out of every Bovcn In theso counties will change the chemical composition this audience, a man of tho sowago to thai it will not suggestions concerning troo planting rato of Interest on Itself than any his Ufo among you for tho good of and stolo sixteen of our planks and 'aro not represented In tho govorn-jputrefy when uiscnargoa into water to tho f armors and school teachers of othor part ot tho farm. yourselves and for tho good of tho them Into theirs. Thoy could be jmont at all. They are required to coursos. In some places It Is evui Kentucky. The suggestions aro mado Teachers In common or graded country generally. and tried for grand larceny mlt to taxation without representa tiocossary to dlslnfoct the sowago ho to tho farinor on account of tho great schools, as welt as private Institutions, contrast tills and put Into tho penitentiary. I cannot help but tion. It was this kind of oppression that all disease germs will bo destroy public good that ho can do by demot mooting with an account of a politBut It must bo conceded that they which inspirod that great stru?Rlo ed. Disinfection Is demanded bocauso ing soma attention to tho planting ot fully real 10 tho Increased demand for nature study, agriculture and al ical gathorlng which I find In a dally mado a good selection In their steal for freedom which began on Loxlng-Greo- n of tho Dosslblo pollution of water trees and also on account of the lied subjects In their schools, tho inpaper today. Tho hcndllno Is as fol- If they do trot along behind us llko In 1775 and ended at Yorktown tiuppllos and of shellfish beds. Tho onormous profits that such a system troduction of which gives their school lows: "Barbecue Draws Many Demo- a yollow dog behind a wagon and In 1781. Equal representation Is tho methods adopted for sowago disinfec will bring to him. Tho school teach an air of novelty and progrcsslvcnesa crats." Tho report goes on to say declare that wo stole from them. Now basis of patriotism. No citizen will or longth In a pub- - er, principal or superintendent will and gains popularity. No bolter or described that Stanley was there, Congress- If they wcro for theso things why otiRht to lovo tho stato which op- - tion aro ,88ucd by at ln0 united States find tho teaching ot forestry to sorro more Interesting work can be carried stato was did they voto against them? Has It presses him, and Uiat citizen Is op- - )lcat0n man Clayton from another Mm many purpose. (jooiogtcal Survey as Water-Suppl- y on than the establishing and maintenware over occurred to you that wo havo pressed who Is dented equal repretlioro, other big Democrats If the following of our suggestions ance ot a forest nursery In the school. l'npor 229, entitled "Tho Disinfec there, but they did not draw tho Dem- never had a Republican Legislature sentation with every citizen of tho tion of Sowago and Sewage Filter necessitated tho encumbering of valu- - It does not require as much time as ocrats, tho barbecuo drew them. Our In Kentucky? Every law that is on commonwealth. It Is no answer to Effluents," by Earl II. Phelps, ablo land with trees ot low or ordina school garden, and docs not bear friends aro making a campaign by the statuto book tho Democratic Par- - tho demand of appellees that tho Sowago purification as practiced to ary value, wo might recognize soma tho objoctlonable fe&turo of tho schon to tho stomachs of their ty ts responsible for. appealing act of 1906 bo declared unconstitutionday is but tho artificial aud intensive objections. Tho writer has traveled garden which must usually be, kftjr1 neighbors. I am giaa mat 1 am hero Every great lasuo In this cam' al to say that It will follow thnt tho application of the process used every over the greater part of Kentucky, least partially, abandoned in the today to appeal to your intellects, in' palgn they evade. Ono of theso 13 act of 1893 must also bo declared unwhere by nature to reduco putrescl visiting from farm to farm, and baa summer months or active growing stead of. being ushered In with sues is tho lifting of our Judges and constitutional because it created unfound very few on which there Is not season. Tho forest necessarily to inert Inorganic requires barbecue with fifteen hundred gal our Courts out of politics bo that equal representative districts al- bio organic matter Is woll known that if any somo land which not only ylolds no somo attention, but it is at a miniIons of burgoo soup I have been usli they may properly discharge their though in a less degree than that matter. It mum as compared with tho school dead animal Is left exposed upon ths iiicomo but also stands as an ered in with a speech and with the duties between man and man. They of 1906. Tho conclusion sought to be It Is concerning tho planting of garden. In the caso of tho school eround. It putrefies or rots for a prayers of this good man. You did nro silent on that. Another one is tho drawn docs not follow. Tho act of period, giving off naua such an area that we wish to ipu nursery wo would recommend the innot come, hero today to get a piece movement for honest elections. They 1S93 haa gone Into effoct and the considerable In tho meantime. After Phpeclally. eous odors troduction of rarer species ot trees of shoat. You honor me by coming are silent on that. They do not government has been organized unWe as a peoplo havo not got lb-- than aro recommended a whllo the rotting Is complete, tho for tho uso of here to hear what I havo to say, they are der It. To hold It void would be to odor disappears, and the material In- yond placing too high a value on a tno ,4nnor want honest elections. And Tneso may bctt ob. There has never been a campaign silent on tho great subject of equal throw the government Into chaos and comes mineral matter exclusively. small immodlato profit as opposed to talned by offering exchanges ot seeds in Kentucky llko this present cam' representation in tho Legislature, It Is now too late to quostlon Its Tho process la scientifically defined n much larger profit to bo derived which must bo gathered by the chilpalgn. Tho Democrats are bringing Let us talk about something we alldlty. The next legislature must by saying that the organic matter subsequently. We talk of the per- dren, under tho supervision of the here men from all over the nation. are interested In. You all are fami be elected under It and then we havo has become oxidized, that is, oxygen manency of agriculture and insist up teacher, Just at this season. It you When did they ever do it before? liar with our History. You remember no doubt the members. Impelled by has united with tho organic matter on Judicious rotation ot crops, con- do not know with whom you may Why do they do it now? To George Washington, John Adams their senso of duty, the obligation of to produce the desired result. Never. Tho servation of manures, use ot live exchange seeds common in Kentucky distract your attention from the mis Thomas Jefferson, and Patrick Henry, their oath of office, together with process of sewage purification Is pre- stock, etc. We aro all made fami for somo of the rarer species, the enable outrages which the Democrat and tho sons of the Revolution. You their spirit of Justice which is tho cisely tho samo except that in tin liar by experience with the fact that Bureau of Fortstry, Washington, D. O., ic legislature has given you ever since all know that this nation rebelled horltago of tho race, will redlstrlct purification work conditions are pro- lumber has gone up In cost, novar will gladly put you In the war. They do not want you, my under the eloquence of Patrick Henry tho state as the constitution requires.' vided under which nature is assist to return to its price of ten years with peoplo In other communication States who wish Democratic friends, to think about and went out in a groat war for ago. This, of course, indicates a less- to exchange. Rut did the next Legislature, a ed in her work and the result is acwhat they have been doing. They our freedom. You all know that from Democratic Legislature, do it. Not complished In a much shorter space ening ot supply, and to provide for It Is impossible In an article ot want to talk tariff to you, they want tho first shot that sounded at Lex at all. They had no thought of doing of time. permanent agriculture we must all this length to give duo notice to to talk everything except the man' ington until Yorktown our forefathers it, and tho Democratic Platform is Join In a campaign to produce more GREAT CAPACITY OF IJtfeROV-Eagement of the stato government, fought In order that wo might bo silent absolutely silent on the sub trees In ordor that In future years we the manifold advantages to tho farmer V FILTERS tbey want to abuse everybody. Why, free and that tho stars and stripes ject" or our descendants may derlvo the or school teacher that may be derived The improvements made in methfrom tree planting. This bulletin will if you believe theso Democratic stump might float over our heads. They Turning to tho Republican adminis ods of treating sewage have therefore profits. le followed in two weeks by another speakers, there Is not an honest man fought to free us from the great tration at Frankfort tho Senator cot Involved the discovery or appliAs regards species ot trees to be article taking up this same subject in Kentucky outside of their party. wrong of taxation without represen warmly defended and .praised Gover cation of new principles; those es- sot, we shall not go furthor horo than again. It is suggested that anyone in say that ordinarily for the use ot Not one. tation. Do you know that very of' nor Wlllson and his management of tablished since the world began are to In such work shall write to the farmer native trees, Judiciously terested They even say that I got my seat fence Is being committed In Kentucky tho affairs of tho State. utilized. Tho constant aim of the the Bureau of Forestry for farmers, set and cared for, will probably yield Senate by corrupt methods. today that was committed by old in the Then followed a defenso of the Taft experimenters has been to increase bulletins 131 and iZ3, which give exAnd they are trying to make the King George HI and the parliament administration, a discussion of tho tho rato at which sowago can be purl-fle- tho largest profits. Tho black locust cellent detailed information oa these people believe that Judge O'Rear of England. Tho very thing that warm tariff and other national issues. o sewage irri- Is ono of the most profitable that subjects. Watch this paper From tho for the thinks so and said so In his Lexing- ed tho blood of our forefathers exIn his final appeal he asked tho gation field, with Its maximum capa- tho farmer can use, and becomes ser continuance of this subject in two ton speech. And when they can't ists hero today. Who put it here? audience' to remember that the peo city of purifying possibly 10,000 gal-Io- viceable earlier than most others. weeks. of sowago on an acre in 24 hours, This troo ts a leguminous plant like Tho Democratic party of Kentucky. plo In Rockcastle, Jackson and the T. R. BRYANT, trickling filter tho clovers, etc., hence thrives on The Republican party, through Judgo mountains are being taxed without to the present-da- y Republican Legislature representation. And turning to tho capable, of dealing with two or thro very thin soil. It the noxious locust Superintendent of Extension Division, O'Rear and a that we aro accustom- Kontucky Agricultural Expcrlmeut propose- to change this thing and to Neeroos to his loft he said: "I have 'million callous a dar on an acre of sprouts, no uso for the fellow who says col- - filter surface, the march of lmprov-ore- d ed to grub, wore taken up a little Station. givo every citizen of this commonman. a. colored man Is every- - xont has been steady and continuous Aro wealth equal representation. Is so complicated in Its organism, so galTho later Investigators have found cost ot 1.50 to 3X0 per million you for it? If you are not, then you thing on earth except a white man. Intricate In its workings, so lons. do not endorse your ancestry. If you You are a race of people, you are that efficient purification can bo in Its destiny that only the InfiA copy of tho report may bo ob'compllshed without carrying the rro- your race. You are in favor of a proposition of this that la nite One can fully comprehend it. complete oxida' tained on application to the Direc (sort you are pure descendants of ought to bo proud of it. You know oss to tho point of Geological Survey, at Wash The only earthly power that can there was a time when vou were In 'tlon. The fluid flowing from a moj- - tor of the Revolutionary stock. study it or even make an effort to e trickling filter, according to Mr. ington, D. C. Are you free men yourselves? Do slavery. when you had no rights. understand it Is the mind Itself. It eyo you lovo your stato? If you do, then You know that you were made free I'helps. looks to the untrained TEACHER'S BUSINESS TO TRAIN haa commanded the attention ot the tho original sewage; inucea. beg of you to go to the polls and by tho Republican party. You know greatest thinkers of every age in mat-truTHE MIND the l,,cra ,s almost as much organic let us voto sldo by side for the pur- that old Fred Douglass told every land. Yet It may bo said that raw scw- when he said that to the No- - Wr n Via offluont as In tho pose of making evory man in Ken Knowledge of Mental Processes a the mind knows but Uttlo ot Its own tucky, in the mountains or In tho gro tho Ropubllcan. party Is the ship la8. nd "onietlmes more, but this powers or ot the nature ot its workNecessity. matter has been sufficiently Bluo Grass, tho equal of every other and all elso is the open sea. AVhat do "TOilc ings. We do not know how nor why 'changed or oxidized to rob It of IU man. They say that the pocple in wo want you to do? White peoplo Tho business ot the tcachor Is (o we can remember or lmaglno or how the mountains of Kentucky, both helned vou once, now eomo out unit foulness. In Other words, its cheml- train the minds ot the children In tbo mind can look upon its own acDemocrats and Republicans, do not help the white people to have equal ftal composition haa been bo altered hta charge To do this he must un tions or bo conscious of Its own u,al 11 18 110 ,onBer caPaDJ0 01 ua' derstand somothlng ot the nature of thoughts. deservo equal representation with representation." JOHN W. LANQLEY. Pld putrefactive decompo-taln- s Addressing the people of tho moan- the mind, what It foods upon, how Shakespeare said: "What a piece Congressman from Tenth District of the people of the Blue Grass. Is that It increases in strength, its periods of of work Is man. How noblo In rea-tohe said: "I was born In tho 'BlUon- not a shameful thing to contemplate? Kentucky. Although It may appear tnconcctv-raountal- activity and Its need of change or Chairman Republican Campaign Com Why are not the mountains enti- Blue Grass, but I wns raised In tho How Infinite in faculties. In ttB chlof obJecl of WWK9 test. Most beginning teachers ot form and moving bow express and mlttee. from tho time I was a Bb tled to those things? In 1861 It was purification-prevent- ion of tho country schools havo not mado any admirable In action how like an an from the mountains of Kentucky that young child, and there standing and I bo attained by careful study of the mind. Their gel. In apprehension how llko show Just to whom Judge O'Rear the men came who planted the fla? from the mountain tons I 5uB ot streams-c- an a god.'' visible changes In the nature education has not been far enough refers they content themselves by on Lookout Mountain when the sol- took Into my being the Inspiration ' Tho Bible puts man In close touch rSanl asking certain Individuals to whom diers fought above the clouds. mltcr nevertheless advanced for tho study of psychology, with Ood whonltsars: "What Is man The which has been to me the cause of 'ot sowag-ar- o they thought he referred. and their own observation ot tho that Thou art mindful ot him and people of the mountains of Kentucky every success In life. Tho mountains 'tho discharge from efficient I am here to say that any man who did their duty In the Spanish War filled with a splendid people. ;KPOl plants may be permitted to nature ot the mind whllu extremely tbo Bon ot man that Thou vlslteat f m wout utters tho statement that I was fraud- and tho Mexican War and tho War of patrloUc people, poople who live "nter a valuablo has not been classified and hlin? Thou hast made him a little ulently elected I won't Bay what I 1812. You tax them Just as you do nonror tho hMvnn. thn tho Mn . ln ft BUlsanCO. The Work Of purlfl- - arranged for ready uso. lower than tbo angels, and hast .proce?d" .,n Psychology Is a difficult study and crowned him with glory and honor. started to say because that might le other people and yet you deny them 'grass, peoplo that drink purer water ,t,1,n I ,. Is properly placed beyond tho require- Thou hast put all things under his considered rude, but I will say that tho llb.h tho t.l,i.rn.. rntn UKfv tht purification works, until the oxi- ments ot a county certificate. Even feot." if tho same God were reigning in tho selves enjoy. that live nearer the clear starry tho dation is complete. Oxygen tor that elementary psychology as found in WHAT HAS BEEN LEARNED same way as Ho reigned In tho olden Now you know the state Is dlvld- - skies. Will you not help us out of Of tho development ot the mlndtfcA days the same misfortune would over- od into 38 Senatorial Districts. The 'tho slough ot despond? Will you not 'purpose Is sufficiently abundant in tho text books is a high school or a reasonably clean strcum, but If the academy study and most of tho much has boon learned both by take him that befell Annanlas and Constitution requires that these . tako this man, Ed. O'Roar, the most I Sapphlra. and by experience. Wo can ...m.nae ,.n .t,.,t.l i J.tnMnlt.n.l 1... ,,A T I - ' j.iuSivnn ... n n n , 1. n ""'"p ,f.A fctrcam Is overloadedwillwith putrescl- - toachors of country schools have not -- .uu.u ann l"u .n newneo thuro uiium u3 mo ,ivSwnot bo oxv- had tho prlvilego ot a high school watch tho dovolopment of tho Let me tell you how it was that Mature and fairly rcdlstrlcted from' man who is fighting tho battles of mental h" , or academy training. Yet a knowledge powors of an Infant from Its birth 1 happened to bo elected Senator, timo to time. But the Democratic the peoplo, and make him Governor, pUtrU if all the putrescrl- - of tho mind Is essential to the coun- - I upward, from tho dawning of intelll-tr- y Tho stato went Democratic by elgh- - Legislature has never districted it I and when you havo dono that you will Wo orgalo mattcr shnulfl nnt tin rft- teachor. No ono can bo an ex- - genco to rlpo knowledge. We can ob- teen thousand majority; the LeglS' rainy, in somo parts or ino Biaw navo nccompusnea overyming so wr Ill0ved rrora tho 80waga Dy the purlfl Iort in tho training ot tho mind who eervo tho workings of tho ture had a Democratic majority cf ono man's voto counts as much as as your stato Is concerned that man- minds of cutlon works tho remainder, If It In does not know something of its tho peoplo about us. By their words, eight. When it came to a ballot for soven votes in the Republican coun hood and patriotism indicate that not too largo In amount, will bo puripowors and how they develop. Hence by tho oxpresslon of their faces and United States Senator the 65 Repubties, A caso involving this tnjustlco you should accomplish." fied in tho stream. So tho purifica- tho teachor of tho district school by their actions wo can toll what licans voted straight for me. There was takon up and tested in the Court tion at sowago has come to mean should havo accurato Information on thoy think nnd what produces tholr were 73 on tho other Bide. I of Appeals In Kentucky. I want you ' primarily tho removal of tho tendenthoughts. Wo can also study our the subject. CEMETERY ASSOCIATION It I could hold my C5 men to llston, my Democratic friends, to cy to putrefy and not tho total oxi Most parents llkewlsohavo not stud- own minds by taking notes of our straight In lino and let tho other fel- tho decision rendered by Judgo Barkdation and removal of Its organic ied psychology In tho schools yet thoughts and how wo camo by thorn. A meeting of the Borea Cemetery matter. lows abuse each other that tho time er, himself a Democrat. Hero It Is, thoy have tho responsibility ot trainIn this way wo can discover tho would como when the fellows who 'He has studied our Constitution Association will bo hold In the Par- CHLORIDE OF LIME EFFECTIVE) ing tho minds ot tholr children. Ev- lowers of tho mind and the limita wore not for Beckham, rather th.ui In vain who has not discovered that l8tl Houso, rrlday, Nov. 3ru, at .:w report gives detailed descrip- ery civilized raco has outside of books tions of thoso powers. The Wo find at voto for Beckham, would voto for mo. 'the keystono of that great Instrument p. m. All members or owners of lots tions of different methods adopted and schools a considerable supply ot tlmos tho mind works woll at day-The deadlock lastod for forty-si- x u tho equality of men, tho equality aro Invited. for dlslnfoctlng sowago trnd states wisdom for tho training of children times poorly; sometimes rapidlyother and and what I hoped for happened. Four j of representation, tho equality of that ot tho disinfectants which havo In rlgbteousnoss and Industry. In ear- clearly and again slowly and vaguely. of them voted for me, not bocauso burden and equality ot benefits. Sec-thDR. COOK AGAIN boon sufficiently investigated, chlo-rl- ly days this eufflcod better than now. Wo find also Uiat minds dlifer from loved me more but because they Jtion 1 of tho BUI of Rights declaring chloride of lime in the form Our civilization has become so loved Bockham less. And I think that all men aro froo and equal, through ot bleaching powder Is the most ceo- - many Bided, so complex and the strug-fl- o ono another in their respective powDespite bis confession ers. Somo can remember bettor than did the best act of their lives tlon 3 that all men when thoy form n Hampton's Magazine early In tue year, lloralcal efficient. for existence so florce that par- othors, some havo greater powers ot when they did It. That was tho way nodal compact aro equal. Indeed it Dr. Frederick A. Cook ot Pseudo The application of three parts per ental wisdom needs to be supplement- Imagination and thought and we I was elected to tho Senate ot tho coutd not be otherwise for when our North Pole fame Is said to be reap- million of available chlorine In the ed by tho schools. It Is bollovod that ubsorve that training makes a great United States, and that Is the way I forefathers emigrated from their ing a rich harvest in the west as a form ot bleaching powder to a tho principles that govern mind difference In all minds, particularly nm going to be elected again it I European homo It was in tho main Chautauqua lecturer. Ho has changed effluent effocta satisfac- dovolopment may be stated In terms begun early in life. There Is no want to be." to escape from the oppression ot In- bis mind and now asserts positively tory disinfection. The removal of so plain and practical as to be with- It inoro Interesting occupation than ttw The Senator spent some minute equality. When they throw off tho that he did discover tbo polo and Is bacteria from tho. effluent averages in the comprehension ot parents and study of the mind. in defending his own record In tho supervising government of the mother reaping a rich harvest ot dollars and over 95 per cont, and the cost uf teachers who have lacked higher J. W. DInsmore. Senate and showed how ho had stood country it was because they were and the applause of great audiences. disinfection ranges from fl to $1.00 training and that tbey will gladly Peculiarity of Cholera. t tho old soldiers, both confederate, denlod equality ot representation or, It Is claimed that he can oven sell per million gallons of sewage, avail themselves of such a work. Cholera end union, and how he had defend- as thoy expressed the ovll, they had his autograph for a good sum and chiefly on the size of tho The object of these articles Is to sup Portuguesewas first recognised by tka la India as far back as ed tho whole state and particularly Imposed upon them taxation without people are running over each other plant. Crude sewage may be disin- ply such a need. the middle of the sixteenth century. the mountains on the floor ot thj representation. Equality ot represen- to get within the focus of the camera fected by the apllcatlon ot five to THE NATURE OF THE MIND K has the peculiarity of followias; a Senate against the calumnies of a tation Is a vital principle of demo- - when a snap-sho- t of the Doctor ts tea parts per million ot available We do not know what the salad is route, with a progress Washington paper, Ollte In proportion as this Is deal-nev- made, so glad are they to be caught chlorine, the amount depending on but we do know that it ts the princicertain Just equal to that ef aa average Jew ' ed or withhold the government be- - in his company. James sitting In silence and the character of the sewage, at a pal factor in the world's progress. It ay M toot INTENSIVE FARMING ky 1 oyi-sor- o. D d. old-tlm- ns - J'-k- o th lolng n. ns foal-lookl- fp "" TT 'Lo f ed ey no sec-th- ey trick-llng-tllt- er well-dsfloe- d er O October 26, 1911 THE CITIZEN Fae Ztrm discuss a wondsrful vibnrtmant. Fifty thousand dollars ta stolen from tha offlra or nor the mlnlater from Vaoeiuela, imorlcuri. and while detectives are In. vsallcatlnr tha robbery Mlaa Thome appears aa (urn of (he Orlmm accuses her of the theft: the money Is i r OTfSl . but a nmm imralnfV In tha disappearance of Monsieur llotsseirur in i renrn atniMiasador i;iunlve Miss Thorue reappear, ben line a letter which atatea that the ambassador bos been and demanding rapaom. The ambassador returns nnd araln atrnnicelr appears. Iater he Is rescued from an dls. old house In tho suburbs. It Is discovered that IMetro l'rtmilnnl shot Henor Alrnrea and thnt ha Is I'rlnce) d'Ahruxil. (Irlmm flrurrs In a mrstertous Jail delivery. Ho orders both Miss Thome and d'Ahruxil to leave tha country thev are rnnvvf1 to New York and plated on a steamer but return. Ortmm's roffm la drUEired u uiin renaming; consciousness na nnfls sympathetic note from Isabel Thome. The conspirators ntrslnst the government are located and their aehemlns; l overheard. (Irlmm orders d'Abruztl to destroy the unsigned compact. Isabel compels him to obey and Is termed a trait-ree- a by tho conspirators. The detective Informs hlith covernment officers of the schema. I'rlnce d'Abruul leaves the country and the plot Is abandoned. w- i in unit mii tor inrornmtlon. Ill attention la rallnl in Min Thnm who with hfr companion, dlsaprars. A (hot la hrard and Hiior Alvarea of tha Mtxlran Irgatlon, la found wounded. Urlmm ! aaaured Mlaa Thorns did It; h visits Iicr, demanding knowledge of tha rotroilnnL "Jr, ana arrraia tmrnl..malrp arid Mlaa Thorn VlllLlI an fiM nnto h.tf break a lock inside tha safe to gat a their ardors bis nerveless fkaads sealed packet that contained Vene- dropped beside blm. zuela's answer to our plan. I sealed "No," ha said. that packot again, and thero was "You must you must," she urged nevor n suspicion that It had been gently. "I know what It means to opened. you. You feel It your duty to unravel "Only a suspicion," Mr. Orlmm cor- tho secret of the percussion capT You rected. can't; no man can. No ono knows "Then camo tho abduction of Mon- tho Inventor more Intimately than I, sieur Bolssegur, the French ambassa- and even I couldn't get It from him. dor. I plunged Into that caso as I did Thcro aro no plans for It In existence, In tho other becauso I was afraid of and even If thcro wero be would no you and had to know Just how much more sell them than you would havo you knew. It was explained to you accepted a fortuno at tho hands of as nn attempt at extortion with de- Prlnco d'Abruzzi to remain silent. Tho tails which 1 carefully supplied. As a compact has failed; you did that. The matter of fact, Monsieur llolsscgur ngcnU have scattered gono to other duties. That is enough." opposed our plans, even endangcrod "No," said Mr. Orlmm. Thero was them; and It was not advlsablo to havo him recalled or even permit a strange fear tearing at his heart, By him to resign at tho moment. So wo "No ono knows tho Inventor moro JACQUES FUTRELLE abducted him. Intending to bold lilm that I." "No," bo snld again. until direct orders could reach htm "I won from my government a prom-Isto bo mado good upon a condition from Paris. Understand, please, that I must fulfill thnt condition." all theso things wero mado posslblo by tho aid and of dozens, "Won't you go If you know you will scores, of agents who wero under my bo killed," nnd suddenly her fnco turnIltmjtrmtonj hy K. KCTTTttR orders; every person who appeared In ed scarlet, "and that your life is dear that abduction was working at my di- to mo?" rection. Tho ambassador's unexpect"No." tesrrlaMisJs rthi.toMfnuOaijV. ed escape disarranged our plans; but Isabol dropped upon ber knees he was taken out of the embassy by him. 3YN0P9I3. forco tho second tlmo under your "This Inventor this roan whom you very eyes, Tho darkness which mado Insist on seeing is hnlf tnsano with Count (31 Itnalnl. tlia Italian unhu aador, I at dinner with diplomat! wlirn this posslblo was duo to tho fact that disappointment and anger," she rushwhllo you woro looking for tho switch, a rasasancr summons lilm to the wlisrn a Ivautlful youns woman and I was apparently aiding, wns hold- ed on desperately. "Remember that a vast fortune, honor, famo wero at ki for a tlckt to tha rmbasay ball. Ttia tlcLkft la m.tda out In tlie nami of ing my hand over It all tho time to his finger tips when you you placed Mtaa Isabal Tliorna. Chl'f Campbell of keep you from turning on tho light them beyond his reach by the destructin rrrn Frlci, ami Mr. Urtmm. hla hrad datrcUvo, are warncl that a plot I You rcmcmbor that!" tion of tho compact. He baa sworn to brewln In Washington, am! (Jrlmni 7SERiAL? STORY L2 CVJ Esther Pleading For Her People Seaosy Select Uiiee far Nev. 5, 1911 SptdaUr Arranred lor This Papar I.K8BON TEXT BEREA Five Great Schools Under One Management FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE Ql THE MOUNTAINS What Are Yoar Talents? What Are Your Mms? Berea Has the Training That Is Best For YOD. Then enter the ELUSIVE ISABEL o jitnAionY VKnsns-ti- ii, it. GOLDEN TEXT "The Lord preserveth 145:20. all them that love hlm."-P- sa. TIME Accession of Xerxes, II. C. 4S0. Xerxes conquers Egypt, 1st and 2d years, II. C. tX, 4. Ho prepares to Invada Orceee, 2d to tin years, II. C. Vnshtl deposed In his Zd year, II. C. 4S1. Invades Clreece, II. C. 451. Defeated nt Thermopylae and Batamls, D. C. 1). 4KX Esther becomes Queen, II. C. 473. plot and defeat by Esther (occupying nearly the whole year), II. C 474. l'IACE Bhusan (Sunn) tho winter capital of tho Persian Empire, about 200 miles southeast from Babylon and 125 miles north of the Persian Gulf. Hit-jnn- Ksthcr 1. Are you not far advanced? got iuti CHAPTER XXVI. Mr Grimm nodded. "All tho rest of It you know," she "You compelled concluded wearily. mo to lcavo tho Venezuelan legation by your espionage, but In tbo crowded hotel to which I moved I had little difficulty avoiding your Mr Hastings, your Mr. Blair and your Mr. Johnson, so I camo and went frcoly without your knowledge Tho cscapo of tha prlnco from prison you arranged, so you trndentand all of that, as well as tho meeting and attempted signing of tha compact, and tho rapid recovery of Scnor Alvarez. And, after nil, it was my fault that our plans failed, becauso If I had not been been uneasy as to your condition and had not mado tho mistake of going to tho deserted llttlo house where you wero a prisoner, tho plana would havo succeeded, tho compact been signed." "1 in beginning to understand, said Mr. Grimm gravely, and a wistful, tender look crept Into hla eyes. "If It had not been for that act of consid eration and kindness to me " "Wo would havo succeeded In spite of you," explained Isabel. "Wo were afraid of you, Mr. Grimm. It was a compliment to you that we considered It necessary to account for your volver ready. v "Great God!" It waa a swoam of agony. "Ho Is my brother! Don't you aceT" Sho camo to her feet and went staggering across to tho door. Tho key clicked In the lock. "Your brother!" "He wouldn't listen to mo you wouldn't listen to me, nnd now and nowl God have mercy!" There was a sharp rattling, a clamor at tho door, and Isabel turned to Mr. Orlmm mutely, with arms outstretched. Tho revolver barrel clicked under his hand, then, after a moment, ho replaced the weapon In his pockot, "Please open tho door," ho requested quietly. "He'll kill you!" she screamed. Thcro aro two principal theories concerning tho historical naturo of tho Hook of Esther: ono, that It Is a veritablo history; tho other, that it Is a historical romanco founded on fact, like Shnktspcaro's Julius Caesar and Henry VIII., or liko Scott's novels, or Homer's groat epics. While thero nro a number of serious difficulties, yet thero aro few If any unanswerable arguments against Its being a true history. Xerxtis Is the Greek shortened form of tho Ahasucrus of Esther, as York, for instance, is a shortened form of the Latin Eboracum. Ho began to reign B. C. 485 and ruled for 20 years. kill you." Wo can best understand Esther by "I can't go!" means of thosi parts of his history "If I tell you that of tho two hu- which roveal bis character. Xerxes man beings In this world whom I lovo at tbo very beginning of his reign this man Is one?" completed the conquest of Egypt -No." which bis father Darius had begun. A shuffling step sounded in th On bis return ho immediately began Just outsldo. Mr. Orlmm stopped to prepare for tho Invasion of Europe, back from the kneeling figure, and and especially of Greece. turned to face tho door with his reXerxes sought a queen In placo ot e bnll-way tho deposed Vashtl. Tho ono select- FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Trios. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Hera will be placed with others like yourself, under a special teacher, and mak most rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and tha cemmoa branches and be ready to usa them. You will have singing, drawing, faraa and household management, and free One year In tha Foua station School coats less than ISO and is worth $1,000. Are you aiming to ha a teacher? Then Join the NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Here you will be m trained that you will fear no examination, and you will be taught how ta teach. The demand for Berea trained teachers far exceeds tha supply. Are you interested in earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Mile E. Marsh, Dean. Mountain Agriculture. Home Science. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Business Course, Etc. Hera you soon doublo your earning power, and learn to enjoy dotaaj things In a superior manner. Are you desiring the next best thing to a College Course? Than taksj two years or three years In the GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francla E. Matheny, Dean. Twsj years, or three years, In such practical studies as will fit you for an honorable and useful Ufa. You select your studies from such aa these: PhyaaV ology the science of health; Civics tho science, of government; Gramma the art ot correct speech and Ethics tho science of right and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general intelligences. Botany accessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady; Physios)- tha science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, etc, etc. Do you wish to prepare to enter Collego? Start in the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY COURSES, Franols E. Mathtny, Dean. Best training In Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. Thai s Academy has Its own and Men's Dormitory, and a large body, of students of high character and ability, able instructors, and um a Celt lag Library and apparatus. toxt-bookBook-Bindinletter-writinclass-room- In Which Try Both Win. Mr. (irlmm dropped Into it chnlr with bla teeth clenched, and his face Uki cholk. For a moment or moro ho at thcro turning It all over In his mind. Truly llio triumph had been robbed of Its splendor when tho blow fell hero hero upon n woman ho loved, "There's no shamo In tho confession of ono who Is fairly beaten, Isabel wont on softly, after a llttlo. "There aro many things that you don't understand, I camo to Washington with an authority from my sovereign higher oven than that vested In tho ambassadors I camo as 1 did and compelled Count dl Itostnl to obtain an Invitation to the stato ball for mo In order that I might meet a representative of Russia tbcro that night and recclvo an answer as to whether or not they would Join In the compact. I received that answer; Its substance Is of no conacucnco now. "And you remember where I first met you? It was whllo you wero Investigating tho shooting of Scnor Alvarez In tho German embassy. That shooting, ivs you know, was done by Prince d'Abruul, so almost from the beginning ray plans went wrong because of tho assumption of authority by the prince. Tha paper ho took from Senor Alvarez after tho shoot-ta- g waa supposed to bear vitally upon Mexico's attitude toward our plan, but, as It developed. It waa about an- In a Stride He Was Deslde Her. whereabouts at the time of tbo ing of the compact." sign- other matter entirely." "Yes, I know," said Mr. Orlmm. "Tho event of that night which you did not learn was that dcrmany a creed to join the compact upon conditions. Mr. Ilankln, who was attached to tho German embassy In an advisory capacity, delivered tho answer to mo, and I pretended to fatnt In order that I might reasonably avoid you." "I surmised that much," remarked Mr. Grimm. "Tha telegraphing I did with my fan was as much to distract your attention as anything elso, and at tha same tlmo to Identify myself to Mr. nankin, whom I had never met. You knew blm, of courso; I didn't." Sho was silent a whllo as her eyes steadily met those of Mr. Grimm. Finally sho wont on: "When next I met yon It was In tha Venezuelan legation; you woro Investigating tho theft of tho fifty thousand dollars In gold from tho safo. I thrust myself Into that case, because I was afraid of you; and mercilessly destroyed n woman's nanio In your eyes to further my plans, made you believe! thnt Renorltn Ilrxfrleuez Btolo that tlfty thousand dollars, nnd I returned It to you, presumably, while we stood in her room that nlgbt. Only it was not her room It vas mlno! I stolo tho fifty thousand d.oH'wsI All tho details, even to her trip to seo Mr. Oriswold in llaltlmore in company with Mr. Cadwallador, bad been carefully worked out; and sho did bring m tho combination of the safe from Mr. Oriswold on tho strength of a forged letter. Dut she didn't know It. There waa no theft, of course. I bad bo Intention of keeping tho money. It H necessary to taka it to distract aaiaatlon from the thing I did do 'And If you had succeeded," re marked Mr. Grimm, "the wholo civilized world would have come to war." 'I nevor permitted myself to think of It that way," she replied frankly. Thcro Is something splendid to me In a battlo of brains; thero Is exalta tion, stimulation, excitement in It. It lias always possessed tho greatest fascination for mo. I have always won. you know, until now. I failed! And my reward Is "Traitor! "Just a word of assurance now," "The she went on after a moment. Latin compact has been dcflnltoly given up; tho plan baa boon dismissed, thanks to you; tho peace of tho world is unbroken. And who am IT I know I know your you havo wondored; agents havo Bcoured the world to find out. I am the daughter of a former Italian ambassador to tha Court of St. James. My mother was an English woman. I was born and received my etrly education in England, hence my pvrfect knowledgo of that tongue. In Homo I am, or have boen, alas, tha Countess Rosa d'Orsettl; now I am an exile with a prlco on my head. That lJ all, except for several years I was a trusted agent of my government, and a friend of my queen." Sho rose and extended both bands Mr, Grimm seized the graciously. slender whlto fingers and stood with eyes fixed upon her. Slowly a flush crept into her pallid checks, and aba bowed her head. "Wonderful woman!" ho said softly. "I shall ask a favor of you now," sho went on gently. "Let all this that you have learned take tho placo of whatovcr you expected to learu, and go. llelleve me, there can only bo ono result If you moet If you moot the Inventor of the wireless cap upon which bo much waa staked, and so much lost." She shuddered a little, eyea bo-then raised tho blue-gra-y seechlngly to his face. "Please go." Gol The word straightened Mr. Orlmm in his tracks and he allowed ber bands to fall limply. Suddenly his face grow hard, hi tha ecstasy of adoration bo bad momentarily forgot ten his purpose bare. His ayes lost cyos opened Into his once, then they closed. Sho bad fainted. Tha first bullet had pierced her arm; it was only n flesh 'wound. He lifted her gently nnd plaoed her on a couch, after which ho disappeared Into another room. In a llttlo while thero camo tho cheerful of a telepbono bell. "Is this tho county constable's officer b.o Inquired. "Well, there's been a llttlo shooting accident at tha Murdock Williams' placo, fire mile out from Alexandria on the old Haiti-morRoad. Please send somo of your men over to take charge. Two hours from now call up Mr. Grimm at tlng-a-lln- g e Exhausted, helpless, she leaned against a chair with her face In her bands. Mr. Grimm went to her suddenly, toro tho hands from her face, eyes. and met tho "I lovo you," ho said. "I want you to know that!" "And I lovo you that's why It matters so." leaving ber there, Mr. Orlmm strodo straight to the door and threw It open. Ho saw only tho outline of a thin little man of lndctermlnato age, then came a blinding flash under his eyes, and ho leaped forward. There was a short, sharp struggle, and both went down. Tho revolver! Ho must get that! He reached for It with the one Idea of disarming this madman. Tbo muzzlo was thrust toward him, ho threw up his arm to protect his bead, and then came n second flash. Instantly he felt the figure In hla arms grow limp; and after a moment ho rose. The faco of tho man on tbe floor was pearly gray; and a this, scnrlct thread flowed from his tempi. Ho turned toward Isabel. She lay near tho chair, a little crumpled heap. In n stride, ho was bcsldo ber, aril lifted her head to bis kneo. Tbe blurt-gratear-staine- d y Secret Service headquarters In Wash" ington and ho will explain. Good-by.And a few minutes later Mr. Grimm walked along tho road toward an a hundred yards away, bear Ing MIbs Thorno In bis arms. Tha chauffeur cranked tbo machine and climbed to his seat. "Washington!" directed Mr. Grimm. "Never mind tho speed laws." THE END. How Filipinos Capture Monkeys. Tbe Filipinos catch monkeys In a very funny way. Monkeys aro very fond of the meat of cocoanuts. They aro very lazy, though, about gnawing through tho outer bark, and will only do so whon very hungry. The takes advatitago of this gren! and Indolence by cutting a small opening through tho shells. Just largi enough for Mr. Monkey' long thin hand to penetrato. When ho onco gets Inside he gets bis hand full of delicious dainty meat, and bis hand Is naturally wider when In this act than when It was thrust through the opening. Finding his hand will not come out. the monkey chatter-and scolds, and plainly shows bis Indignation at the way he has boon trayped, but never thinking of loosening bis hol4 on tha coconnut meat and withdraw. Ing his hand as easily as ha pot It in. There ha stands, an at; try monkey, until the native who set tXa toccaael trap, comes aad take Ua uapUr Fill-pln- o , ed from tho roost beautiful women of tbo emplro was Esther, a charming Jowess, a descendant of ono of tho being exiles, her " The College Itself stands apart from all tho other school under Its msass among those carrlod captlvo to Ilaby-Io- n agement and has long maintained tho highest standards known in the South. by Nebuchadnezzar In C98. Her tho Carnegio standards we have diminished our former reHebrew namo was Hadassah, tho To conform toRequired and elective studies with opportunity to concentrate! myrtle, a beautiful nnd fuvorlto shrub quirements! n particular lines. Largest collego library ha Kentucky. Laboratories In tho cast. "Esther" means "a star," equipped for student practice. Courses) leading to the degrees of A. B, B and many think It the samo as Ishtar 8, B. L, and B. Fed. tho Babylonian equivalent of Venus. MU8IC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Voice Culture, Piano, Theory" Sbo must havo been quite young at tbe tlmo of her marriage, not over Band, may be taken for special fees) in connection with work la" any ot ihaj above schools. 15 years. Four or Ave years pass, and then begins tbo tragic story of Unman, his rlso as a king's favorite, his prido Incensed at tho conduct of Esther's cousin Mordecal, bis attempt to bring vengcanco upon tbo whole Bares, Friend of Working 8tudenta, Berea College, with tta afflllatai Jewish raco on Mordecal's account, schools, Is not a institution. It requires certain fees, baa' his success In obtaining- a decree it expends many thousands ot dollars each year for the benefit ot 1U stsv from tbo king, throughout bis empire, vents, giving highest advantages at lowest cost, and arranging for student "to destroy, to kill, and to cause to to earn and save In every way. young and old, perish all Jews, both OUR 8CHOOL 18 LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to protect; little children, and women, In ono the character and reputation ot tho young people- - Our students come frosai day." the best families and are earnest' to do Well and improve. Foratnrwha ma Great mourning and terrible disbe sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge. tress came upon the Jews all over All except those with parents In Berea live In College building. aa.eV the empire cs they learned ot tho deassist in work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuable trala--j cree. Mordecal sent word to Esther, Ing, and getting pay according to tho value ot their labor. Except la wl4 now about 20 years old, asking her tor It is expected that all will have a chance to earn a part of their to go to tho king and request tho penses. Write to tho Secretary beforo coming to secure employment of her people. Esther rePERSONAL EXPEN8ES for clothing, laundry, postage, books, etc, vary plied "Whosoever shall come unto with different people. Berea favors plain clothing. Our climate 1 the bestj tho king Into tho Inner court, who Is but aa students must attend classes regardless of the weather, warm wrap not called, there Is ono law of his to and underclothing, umbrellas and overshoes are necessary. The put him to death. Except such to tlva Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellas ani, whom tho king shall hold out tho other1 necessary articles at cost. golden scepter." Thero was, thereLIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost- - The College ask ao reaty fore, a possibility of Esther's reachfor the fine buildings In which sti'dents live, charging only enough roontl ing the ears of tho king, but with rent to pay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing ot bedding and tho greatest uncertainty as to how towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, 11.35 a week, In the fall., such a capricious king would act, and 11.60 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing ot beeV especially as his love for her bad ding, 40 to 60 cents for each person. cooled. Tbo mission Mordecal comSCHOOL FEES are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," a guarantee for mitted to Esther was ono of great return ot room key, library books, etc This Is paid but once, and 1 returned: danger and difficulty. It roqulred tha when the student departs. utmost heroism. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for care of school buildEsther put qn her royal nppareL ings, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or services ot Sho was a sensible, practical woman, teachers all our Instruction is a free gift). Tho Incidental Fee for most and used her beauty and charm of students Is $5.00 a term, $6.00 in Academy and Normal, and $7.00 in Colleperson and of dress to accomplish giate courses. her object. PAYMENT MU8T BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rant BT, She waited for the fitting tlmo. tha term, board by tha half term. Installments are as follows: The king held out tho golden sceptre. Vocational Tho sign that he received her, and and Foundation Academy that tbe most dangerous part of ber School. FALL TERM CoIlactV and Normal. mission was over. Instead ot asking $ 6.00 $ 7.04 9 6.00 Incidental Fee her favor, where she would bo surE.60 7.00 Room by spies and possible enerounded $.45 .45 Board. T week mies, sbo invited tho king to a bant quet in tbe seclusion ot tbe Harem $20.05 922.45 Amount due Sept. 13, 1911 gardens. She invited Ilaman her en9.45 9.45 Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911....... emy to Join with the king and thus ward off all suspicion, and at the $29.50 $31.90 Total for term samo tlmo havo blm where he could $29.0O 931.40 If paid In advance not escape. WINTER TERM Esther presented her petition In Incidental Fee 9 5.00 9 6.00 wiso words and pointed out Ilaman 1.00 7.20 Room as the enemy who was seeking her 9.00 9.00 Ard, 6 weeks llfo and the life of her people. Tho king was very angry and Immediate$20.00 $22.20 Amount due Jan. 2, 1912 ly deposed Ilaman, and bad him 9.00 9.00 Board 6 weeks, due Fab. 14, 1912 hanged on tho gallows be had prepared for Mordecal. $29.00 $31.20 $S2. Total for term Tho result was a counteracting de$28.50 930.70 931J9 If paid In advance cree, permitting tho Jews to stand SPRING TERM up In tbolr own defense, and largo 9 6.00 9 6.00 9 7.0 Incidental lee numbers ot tbelr enemies were slain. 5jOO 4.00 1.0 Room Tbe Jows wero saved, from destruc6.75 6.71 6.75 Board, 5 weeks poople. tion, nnd cxtlted before tbe Mordecal took Hamon's placo In the 917.75 $15.75 $1R.7I Amount due March 27, 1912 government. Tbo feast ot Purim was C.75 6.75 6.71 Board 6 weeks, due May L 1912 Instituted with great feasting and Joy, and has been celebrated annual$24.50 $22.50 $25.5 Total for term ly ever since on tho fourteenth ot 924.00 $22.00 925.M If paid In advance...., ono month ro Adar, February-March- , Esther. One ot tho most Interesting studPlan Now. Come January ies In tho story ot Esther is to trace tho ways of dlvlno providence, and seo young man or young woman can got an education at Any how Ood makes all things work toBorea If thero Is tho will to do so. gether for tho good ot bis people. It is a great advnutago to start In tho Fall and havo a full year of conGod's sovereign grace and man's free perfect har- tinuous study. Many young peoplo waste tlmo in tho public schools go will nro hero seen in mony. ing over and over tho same things, when thoy might bo improving much Heroism In Kvery Day Life is the faster by coming to Berea and starting In on new studies with somo ot tbe expression and cultivation ot tbo hebest young men and women from othor counties and States. roic spirit In our ordinary- dally livMnko your plans to como January 3d. ing. We cannot all be heroes in great For Information or friendly sdvico write to the Secretary. things, but tho Held ot heroism is everywhere, in every home, in every town. There aro great enemies tc overcome lu our own hearts. Berea College Questions Answered g money-makin- Co-ap- be-fo- 3d ablo-bodle- d - D. WALTER MORTON, berea, ky. Page Eight. smonogow THE CITIZEN. nonottonenewenonononowoononononowog Thursday 1 Mr. and Mrs. Alex Aiblll made a business trip to Richmond, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Abo Powell, of Henry Co. spent last week with tclntlves and friends' of this pine?. Mr. Dan Matipln, who has been visiting his sister, Mrs. Parrlsh, of Richmond, for tho past thrco weeks returned homo Friday. continues very sick. I October 26, 1911. East Kentucky Correspondence f i News You Get Nowhere Else 1 it not Ro eontiposSesw ptiMlihtS (or pabllcaUoa, bat Dr. Lawson of Kings Mountain Is hero calling on bis frlonds and collecting old accounts. Tho Preachers association will boi held at Maplo Grove church, tho fifth Sunday. Everybody Is Invited to como and bring a basket. ilm ilttei trMtaet la (oil Ijr of cool tit ftlti. writer, Writ lit time pUtaly. OWSLEY COUNTY Cay-woo- KORoi(oitoioi(oitoitoitoitotoioKo)ioMolioiioMotiolaoioMoMokioioH Second half of Fall Terra begins, VanWlnklo to Miss Addlo Coylc, tho Wednesday, Nov. 1st. Only half Iho happy couplo aro spending their Incidental foo will bo charged for honoymooon with friends near tho ten thoso entering then. Every day la coal fields of Big Hill. About days ago Doc Cain and Kttlo Isaacs bringing new students. wero waylaid and shot at and Miss JACKSON COUNTY Isaacs was wounded with three shot. MrKKR Cain has not been heard from. S. A. McKee, Oct. 23. Hcnso Brumback Englo maJo an Investigation of tho and Mary Lnlnhart wero married last chargo nnd from clrcumstanclal evihomo of Thursday afternoon at the dence Issued a warrant for Manuel tho bride's father, Mr. Tyron Lalncaused him to bo arresthart, Judgo Mulllns officiating. May Powell and of bo blessed ed and placed him under a bond tho young, happy couplo any indictment that $500 to with long, peaceful and useful lives, may bo answer found against htm in tho y Is tho wish of tho writer. Dr. Horns-bMcKcc W. J. Hays vlBltod his father and mother at Circuit Court at Durnlng Springs, last week. Mrs. J. has been selected by Congressman Powers as Postmaster to succeed J. J. Davis and family aro visiting her Van W. Abrams, roslgned.-Cas- hlo father, II. H. Dally, at Conway. Winkle, Jr., Is working for J. W. AbMrs. Wm, Fowler and two of her now. children, Wllla and Winnlfred, left, rams KVi:itniiKKN. last Thursday, for an extended visit Evergreen, Oct. 17.-- Mrs. Arthur with relatives at Nashville, Tonn. W: E. Mlntcr, J. M. Balloy, and Jas. Hughes and two babies from Youngs-towOhio, aro visiting her parents Hamilton attended the Masonic Orand Lodgo at Loulsvlllo last week. Mr. at Evergreen. Mrs. Mlnnlo Lako and and Mrs. J. It. Llewellyn and two of babies aro visiting her parents Antheir children, Consuella and Harold, dy Griffin and Ed Kano passed thru left last Wcdnosday for a visit to hero, Monday, enrouto for Rockcastle, Louisville. Supt J. J. Davis spent a looking after Mr. Kano's son who has been missing for about two few days in Louisville last week. Mrs. Isaac Mcsslcr's mother and sla- weeks. Farmers aro gathering corn Miss ter of Now Jersey aro with her for on account of so much rain. The King's Elizabeth Lako from YoungstownT O., an extended visit. Daughters met with Mrs. D. O. Col- Is visiting her homo folks hero, Mr. lier, Saturday afternoon. L. V. Mor- Tad Lake who has been sick for ris' and family visited at Gray HawJ: about two weeks left, Monday, for from Friday till Sunday. There aro Berea to seo Dr. Cowley. Ed Lakes sovcral cases of diphtheria in tho and son, William, were in Berea, neighborhood about McKee, as report- Friday and Saturday with a load cf produce. ed by Dr. Hays. PItlVETT THE BEST YET MADISON COUNTY Prlvott, Oct. 21. On account of the DB.KTFCS Tho best dowb wo havo ever heard from Owsley county or from not weather tho corn is being damagDreyfus, Oct 20d Mr. and Mrs. tho mountains, for that matter, is the report that wo publish on this Huff's wife Is ed very badly-Jam- es made a business trip page from Islnml City. Let everybody rend it. It sounds a new on tho 19th, Mr. Speed McKccn very to Richmond, Saturday. Mr. Jones note. It sets tho pace for progress. It is au illustration of the Henso Brumbak to Miss Mary LalnTodd left, Thursday, for Illinois spirit that is going to solve our problems that is going to lift our McKee. Wo wish them a hart of spend tho winter. reproach. life. HIrnm whore ho will happy and prosperous son of Mr. and Mrs. Ma- But who would havo thought nbout it f A single little mountain Wright's wife, who has consumption, Tho little school district doing Biich'n thing taxing itself to the limit (nud Wright thas Is very sick with typhoid fever. Is very low. Old Undo James Mr. Speed McKcenham Is doing u that limit would do nothing in one year, but letting it accumulate), is also very low. Ned McIIone, our good business with his saw mill. buying a nice plot of ground, building u splendid four room school Citizen agent, passed through enroute Mr. Sid Noland purchased from Robonj building, one room, a large assembly room! to Broathitt and Leslie Counties Hudson two mule colts last week. teach, Out they didn't stop, there. They secured two where ho will bo for several days. Mrs. W. M. Jones and children loit ers, and are going to get a third are going to hare a real graded Wm. Dunlgan has a nice program for this morning to visit relatives at Ker-b- y school. Arbor Day, tho 27th. Misses Sarah, Knob. Miss Molllo Sparks who And then their dedicatory exercises arbor day, the planting of and Nora Welsh and Eva Peters were has been at Kingston for two months This is the best proof of the trees and beautifying the grounds. guests of Miss Sarah Gray, las. 13 the homo again. John nnd Carlo Luns-for- d spirit that actuates the community. Saturday night, who was visiting nnd Roy Jones attended church They have solved the problem of self help. They have discoverbomo folks from her school at Drip Gap, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. ed that self help is the best help is the only help that truly counts. were In our ut Sand Hock. The stave men Frank Jones and family will start Only when we build and man our own schools and churches will we 'vicinity last week branding staves next Sunday for Bloomlngton, 111., be above reproach, and our friends nt Island City have made the stnrt. Cincinnati Cooperage Co. for the whero they will tnako their futuro Let ten thousand other communities follow their example Nathan and Flnley Word, from Fny-ett- o homo. Co., are visiting their uncle, Mr. KINGSTON Madden. The Rev. James Austin Spalda few days ago by Capt. Short, Wm. Kingston, Oct 23. Mr. and Mrs. tlves at tills place Mrs. Julia Anderson will preach at Flat Link, son, Carl, havo returned Mays, G. J. Gentry and Davo BowRoy Hudson and little son, Lester ing and her Friday, Saturday and Sunday. AUo to their home in Loulsvlllo after an man. Four distilleries wero capturhe will preach at Abner Spurlock's Powell, spent tho first of tho week oxtonded visit with her brother, A. ed and olght prisoners. Two stills with Mr. J. C. Powell. Seventy-fiv- e on Saturday evening, tho 2Sth at 3 M. Lyttlo. Gomery Winkler has just in Clay County and two in Owsley, Emily Bowles and Delia people were entertained at tho homo returned to Richmond to tho Glbsonl Tho captured men wero, Davo Bowl- o'clock. Spurlock visited at Willie Flanery's of Mr. and Mrs. Wllllo Cornellson, !lnflrmary whoro he ,a be'n8 el ng, John Eversolo. Lako Madden, last Saturday night and attended Saturday night, In honor of Miss Rho George Bishop.. San. M. Garrett and Blgo Eversolo. bono "'se.-- R. da Bowman, who will soon move to church at Rock Spring on Sunday. VI u 111 uui uaivi, nuuuiwu uvviouiu ouu Richmond. Ico cream and cake were .tl, f . nonius Ol irvuiu CLOVER BOTTOM. BIgo Lyttle is James Hosklns. Warrants wero served and all report a delightful midst, Sunday, last Clover Bottom, Oct 22. Married the time. Miss Cienimie Abrams of Lex- erecting a new school houso in Sta- - Issued for. four moro. Tho alleged 21st, Charley VanWInkle to Easter ington spent last week with her cou- tlon Camp district which will be shiners wore tried before commissiLeo. The groom was a highly respect- sin, Miss Verna Parks. Edward and completed in a short time. Good oner Beatty at Bcattyvlllo and held able widower and has two small chil- Kelllo Lawson and Mr, Sam Morgan church houses, good school houses to tho London Federal Court. Thcro dren, tho bride is the widow of W. D. of Berea were the guests of Mr. nnd and good roads should be tho Motto wero fourteen hundred gallons of Leo and has three small children. men. beer and several gallons of whiskey Mrs. John Lawson from Friday till of all enterprising destroyed, valued at about two hunWe wish them a long and prosper- - Kumlnv Avertlnc MlftR Plurln Pnwell ROCKCASTLE COUNTY dred dollars. rled. ous tho 19th, Wilson 'and mothcr w(Jr0 8Uopl),ng m Berca IIOCKIORU LAUREL COUNTY Last night Rockford, Oct. 23. VIVA visited this placo for tho uncle Jack Viva, Oct. 23 Married, Oct. 14. Mr. first tlmo this fall, and, wo suppose, crop of peaches Roy Gentry to Miss Magglo Sparks j killed nil our second many trees were In bloom at tho home of tho bride's father. as a good I around here. J. W. McCollum and J. Miss Salllo Owens, who Is teaching church, ccliool at Altamont, was tho guest j W Todd went to Now Hpo of Miss Etta Jones, tho 11th. Mr. Saturday, Oct 21st. to attend tho of Bro. George Childress. and Mrs. Walker Gentry of II aid Tho Presbytery consisted of several Patch, havo been visiting his son. Elders and Deacons with Rev. Far-k- Tom, of this place. Mrs Tommy as Moderator and J. W. Todd, Stubblofleld, who has made her Cora is being damaged very home with her brother, F, C. Jones, n, ItlCETOWN d Rlcetown, Oct. 21. Dr. Elmer of Boonevlllo Is at Cow Creel:, WAOKUHVlLt.K Wagorsvlllo, Oct. 23. Misses Rosa doing dontal work. Mrs., J. C. Huff, nnd Molllo Arvlnc, Kntliorlno Wagers of Confluence, visited relatives at nnd Messrs Robert Wagers and Fin-b- y this placo and Cow Creek Inst week. Peters wero tho guests of Mlsi Gllbort Reynolds of McWhorter has Anna M. Wagers of Rod Lick, Sat- lion visiting relatives at this place. Miss Hattlo Mlnter spent last Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. L, J I. Flynn gavo tho young folks a social urday and Sunday with relatives at Friday night of last wook. All re floonovlllo. Mr. nnd Mrs, L. G. Mooro port a fino time Tho Teachers' As havo a now baby boy at their home. Camp, -- Sherman Rowland passed through sociation held at Station church, Saturday, proved to bo a suc- hero last week with a flno drovo of cess. Evorybody seemed to enjoy tho cattlo. Robert Hall of Cow Creek nud day. Quito a numbor from hero at- Miss Judith Cabbnrd of this place, tended tho spoaklng at Irvine, Sat wero married, Thursday afternoon. urday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Scrlvner Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Gabbard and of Berea aro visiting relatives hTO tho Misses KUcn nnd Lullo Wilson of Tho MUs08 Ethe, Ro,and, Cnl- - Cow Creek visited relative, at this d M D,ld pUe0, Saturday and Sunday.-R- ev. C. ' ' 1 , Roberts wero tho guests of Robert L. Roberts preached at this place, Flynn and sisters, Lena and Anna, Sunday, and baptized six after preachfrom Friday till Sunday. Tho many ing. A. W. Huff of Confluence, Loh-li- e county, was hero a tow days ago frlonds of Mrs. Knto Wilson aro glad . on business. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lean-de- r to know sho ,g lnlprovlnB. Reynolds of Cow Creek wero hero MILAN Noland, Oct. 17 Wo havo only Sunday. Undo Sam Gabbard and son, fairly good crops as tho drouth was Isaac, of Breathitt county, passed severe on all land except tho low bot- through here last Saturday on their toms.-ar- ass is In oxcollent condition. I way from Buffalo Creek. Somo of I.IThere is a general complaint about uur ciiizi'nB uru ijiuiiuiiik 1. &u u iu corn rotting. Rov. Elbert "Winkler Boonovlllo, Tuesday, to hear Judno filled his regular appointment nt Kirk and Hon, J. W. Turner speak Crooked Creek school houso last Sat- for tho Republican party. ISLAND Ctrl' urday and Sunday. As wo are buildIsland City, Oct. IS Tho continued ing a now church houso we hold ser am ilnmnclne the rorn. vice at tho school house. Our Suv rnlna day School Is progressing nicely with Luclnn, tho little son of J. C. Gen-goTho attendance, good behavior and try la not expected to live. ovory one taking a part in It. Price most successful raid ever mado in Winkler of Kansas is visiting rein- - the mountains of Kentucky was that ESTILL COUNTY Royal BAKING POWDER Used and praised by the most competent and careful pas try cooks the world over The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar made from grapes I' - 1 last Thursday. S. W. Wyllo got his tho flatwoods but afterwards called uyo very badly hurt last week while Gray Hawk. Thrro wo Improved a cutting down a cedar bush. It Is Im big farm, but In 1820 we sold out to proving. Irish potatoes aro scarcer Button Jones. Wo then moved to than has over been known In this w hat was known as U10 loop of Black county at this tlmo of year. Mrs. water and cleared up another farm. John Wyllo, Sr., 1b very low at this About 1853 wo sold that farm also writing. Mrs. Rhoda Wyllo who has ond moved on tho Blrchllck Fork had typhoid fever Is Improving. of Indian Creek In the east edgo of Ben Golns visited his father near Madison County (now Jackson Co.) Lancaster, last week, Misses Mary about two miles from whero McKeo Brockman and Eugeno Jones wero now Is. When youni; I taught tho guests of G. B. Gabbard's family several schools In Jackson County. In last Sunday night March 1855 I was married to Mary Cooper. I served 6 years as County surveyor of Jackson County. In tho ISLAND CITY SCHOOL HOUSE fnll of 1SC7 I resigned and camo to DEDICATION Grundy County Missouri. In 18S2 I Many a laboring roan has felt that moved to Harris, Sullivan Co., Mishat ho Is doing for his employer souri on account of Its school facililiu might Just ns well do for hlmsetf ties. I am now engaged In tho Notary ond receive nil tho benefit Tho man nnd collecting business. I am an arvlio sees how to bring this to pi is dent Republican. I voted for Millard Fllmoro In 1S5C and havo voted tho n becomes nn Independent mnn ticket ever slnco thcro provides for his own needs and tho Republican cay host Interest of his family. This is wns a Republican party. Will true of communities. They, llko men. success and hurrah for tho Republimay forgo their way to tho front and can ticket In Old Kentucky, this fall. J. H. Morris, supply themselves with commercial, Box 43. Harris, Mo. transportation or educational facil-- o j' V llfc-Mar- FIRE SALE NOW $2500 Worth of ON ( ities. WHOSE TOES ARE PINCHED? This Is exactly what has happened in n rural district on Island Creek In Owsloy County. Tho people on Island A Citizen of Jackson County Lays Bare the Cause of Lawlessness. Creek havo felt for somo tlmo that Lawless Officers Become Teachtheir dingy Uttlo school house. In ers of Crime and Abettors of Crimwhich their children must recclvo inals. their early and perhaps only education, was neither largo nor attractwas hot within me, whllo My ive enough. They also real I red that I was heart musing tho fire burned: Then it would tako money to erect a spako I with my tonRuo. modern building and to this end they Why so mnny Indictments for whls-k?- y levied n poll tax of $1.G0 and 50 cts. mado by the Grand Juries In our on tho hundred, tho maximum school moro two years Muallost counties, a hundred or lvy. With tho savings of at each sitting? Thcro is ono con this district has boon ablo to pur tributing cause, vix. tho lawbrcaklng chase four acres for a school cite, among tho district or county offi upon which they havo erected a cials. rtdcndld two story frnmo building Wo havo been In n court room and largo class which contains three listened to tho testimony of u deputy rooms with spacious balls, nnd a largo Ho testified that bo had assembly room on the second floor. sheriff. bought whiskey ct tho accused on The school jard Is surrounded by a several different occasions! Tho Ideal neat wire fenco. It contains a bas.-baHe who had taken an oath to endiamond, croquet yard nnd num force tho law by arresting anyono erous other play plots for tho small should seo violating tho whom er children. It Is to bo known as tho law I ho City graded school. Island I Hero a Circuit court Judgo after Tho Interior of tho houso Is not 'spending tho Sabbath In company yet completed, Improvised seats aro with a number of moonshiners and to bo used until good ones can to I whlskoy drlnkors Is conducted to purchased. Tho ladles of tho district his hotel by two of his pals, ono aro attempting to seat tho building riding on cither sldo of him. and docorato tho walls with sultablo . ,r ,on0r8 to or, who pictures by tho sale of their hnndl- - a IS V ll fir .. 0i . SHOES, CLOTHING & DRY GOODS TO BE SOLD or Many Items Bringing Less than Half Price Don't miss it, come early and get first choice GREATEST OPPORTUNITY until goods OF LIFE Sale lasts are all sold TERMS CASH TO ALL J. M. Coyle Main Street Berea, Kentucky Bctweea Coyle'i asd Baak Building; on account of tho warm wet weather. Fanners aro about thru towing wheat Corn 1b selling at CO cents per bushel. Hogs aro plentiful. Irish potatoes are scarce, J, C. Bullcn has purchased tho Eliza Ambrose farm and will not go to Illinois. Tho. friends and relatives of John R. McCollum aro celebrating Undo his 78th birthday, Oct 23. Henry Lutes aged 89 yoars and four months Is still ablo to be about and II. can read without glasses. W. Stephens mado a flying trip to "Whlta OARRAKD COUNTY Lick, Saturday. Robert Bowman of FAINT LICK. Kingston was in Rockford, Saturday, on business. I. L. Martin and Jas. Paint Lick, Oct. 22. Born to Mr. Vaughn aro plowing for our friend, and Mrs. II, L. Stowe, Sunday, Oct. O. C. Degroodt W, a fino girl. Jeff Davis" family left for Danville, 111., last weok.--M- r. ORLANDO Nat Hurt and Miss Oma JennlnKa Orlando, Oct. 21. Mr. Frank Lojyes Is reported very ill with fover. Mr. wore united In marriage last Thurstho day at tho homo of Rev. P. Bryant. and Mrs. S. S. Ball attended grand lodgo at Louisville this week. Wo wish thom much happlness.--Uo- n Golns and G. E. Brockman wero Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ball wero visiting rolatlvos at Ford, recently Mrs. jt Lexington last Saturday to attend tho races. Tom Eden and family Marttsba Singleton and Mrs. Ida attended tho Holiness meeting have movod to Rev. John Crcoch's Mrs. Magglo property and will farm there this at Corinth, Sunday. Duck was tho Laswell was calling on. friends at yeur, Mrs. Rachel Wildio, Friday , Mrs. Harrison Reams guest of Q. B. Gabbard and family much Mc-Ne- w 1 dork. for tho past year, has returned to Jackson county, and Is at tlfs tlmo at the homo of ono of her nephews, J. H. Jonos of Tyner. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Tacket, a flno girl. Oct 17, W. F. Jones of Mildred has been visiting relatives at this place. Mrs. Carrlo Cloyd of this placo, who has beoen visiting her father at Ida-mfor soveral weeks l)as returned home. Miss Emma Jones, who has been visiting Mrs, Mattlo Newman, for some tlmo, has returned to hor homo at Mildred. ay day when tho patrons camo with well '.P 7 . filled basket, to enjoy tho exercises , Coun,f V' provided by tho school, plant trees. l.n ,l n "PfTli r tha, jlrvAS tins MOPW rl n.l and listen to an address given by,"" reason to expect consideration Prof. John E. Calfeo, who came from ,n w,,h A, Berea for this Important occasion. fUriU of course .T.h Ho spoke on "Plan and Act for Your- wltii tho voters. Wo are culpablo when tho solves." Tho day was perfect, we clod such unfit mon. crowd largo and thoughtful. The sucTho young boy grows up to hold cess of tho day wbb duo to tho unthe law lightly, ot course. Ho sees tiring onorgles of Mr. Isaao Hacker no reverence for it on the part ot and Miss Edith Back, tho teachers. the) offlcora. It appears to him that The pcoplo on Island Creek aro lo It all Is a sham and when, pcrchanco bo congratulated and thanked for th;lr somo ono has to be punished ho Is good examplo which should bo followto bo pitied bocause tho unusual ed by other districts as ablo as they blow must fall on him. and as fully In need of a sultablo Wo havo heard it said tlmo upon school houso with beautiful surround- tlmo that "It's no uso taking so and so before the grand jury, bocauso he FORMER KENTUCKIAN WRITES won't toll tho truth." Why? BecaUBO he knows that ho will not bo followEditor Cltlzou, ed up and conscientiously prosecutBerea, Ky. ed. Tho prosecution ot whlskoy cases I havo been a reader of Tho Citi zen now about six months. It comes In many ot our counties Is a big regularly every Saturday. I llko to bluff. Tho chargo to tho Jury by read It very much, especially the tho Judgo Is strong and drastic and correspondence. Although away from yet thoso against whom all this talk that county 44 years, tho names ot Is directed will be furnishing the somo of Uio porsonB referred to In Judgo with whiskey. What a traves-tr- y on Justice whon a county attortho correspondence are yet familiar to mo, I was born on Big Sexton ney Is half full ot whlskoy furnishCreek, Clay County, Kontucky, Oct. ed by tho accused whom ho is tryfth, 1835. I am the oldest child of ing! V, W. and Jane Morris (commonly When will our citizens wako up known as Jeff and Jonnlo Morris) to the fact that voting for such offiWhen I was about 10 years old wu cials Is tha ruination ot young men moved to the west edgo ot Owsley and woineu and also Increases their County to what was then known as taxes? 1 ,t,ii4i 1 whiskey. A" lon,n guch M T" m!,' yt'' 8tU rm