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CI MiUmd at Iht A., at trttnd The Citizen !. w m Knowledge is power aad the way to keep up with modern knowledge Is to read a good newspaper. iii WW fjL.VJ One Dollar a year. No. 18 Vol. XIII. Five centii a copy. DEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBEH 2, 1011 GOOD SERVICE Once you get an idea of DOUGLAS SHOES quality and service we confidently count on your return for more. DOUGLAS SHOES are better because they 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 DOUG-M- S SHOES. We have opened up our fall line and have them in all the newest styles. GOOD SHOES ALL RIGHT, IUT LET THEM TELL' THE TRUTH R. R. COYLE NEW DAIRY' BARN IS WARMED One of our exclionRes, recking Id venom, in a comment upon the moving picture outfits, which, sent out by the Republican Cam-palg- n Committee, are showing tip the evils of Democratic, rule an nothing else has ever done, suggests that a film be secured which will show the flight nnd arrest of Powers and certain scenes connected with tho murder of Goebel, nnd says that a "true version" ofthe affair would be entertaining to all clauses. We agree. It would. It is a good suggestion. A true version I The Truth! Cau it be possible that any gauo Democrat wants the truth of that era known ? Well, then, with tvbat scene should the film begin? Why, we make bold to suggest that tho murder of Banker Sanford, Senator Blnckburn's breaking faith with the widow for political reasons nnd the clearing of Goebel, the murderer, be used as n kind of introduction to this era of lawlessness. For the second scene, since this is to be n true version, it would be necessary to depict Goebel whipping a Democratic Legislature into lino nud forcing the passage of tho infamous election law that bears his name. The third in point of time would bo the Music Hall Convention, Goebel ngnin being the dominant figure, forming a coalition with Capt. Stone whereby Hardin delegations were expelled and then proving traitor to Stone nud seizing the nomination himself. In this scene McCreary would mnke his first nppearance. The picture should show him in the act of handing over the Madison county delegation to Goebel end deserting his old confederate u iu arms. Next the memorable 1800 enmpnign would have to follow. Of course it could neither be described nor pictured. But possibly the best representation of its spirit would bo a picture of Goebel with clenched list held high over his head standing before a howling mob of his supporters whilo a graphophone declares in thunderous tones, "I've got the Republican party just where I want it in my fist bore." And from another graphophone another voice is heard. It is Joe Hlackburn's declaration after the passage of the Goebel law, "Now, if theru in nny stealing done, it will not be done by the Repub-Iicnns.- " com-panio- Banking , 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 are received by us. You receive a statement of your receipts and expenditures whenever you ask for it, as this bank does your FINANCIAL bookkeeping free of charge. Communicate with us and we will be glad to talk this over. Berea Bank & Trust Co. ANDREW ISAACS, Pres. J. W. STEPHENS, JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier. Vke-Pre- s. IN OUfl OWN STATE NEWS OF THE WEEK Dedication of Lincoln Statue and Lin Suit to Dissolve the Steel Trust Naval Pageant on the Hudson Runs coin Memorial Hall An Innovation In Campaigning Democrats Back Whirlpool Rapids Veteran Newspaper Man Dies Progress of Down Corruption Charges Bryan Turko ltalian War and Chinese in His Old Role. DOUULE DEDICATION Tho plans have been completed and tho rlrogrnm announced for both tho dedication of the Lincoln Statuo In tho Capitol Building at Frankfort, Nov. Sth, which was presented to tho state by Mr. James Speed, and tho dedication of tho Lincoln Memorial Hall on tho Lincoln farm at Hodgen- villo on Nov 9th. President Taft will be at both dedications and mako a speech. Tho program at Frankfort nleo Includes an address by Editor Wattcrson of tho Courier Journal and tho address of ncccptanco by Governor Wlllson. Great plans aro also being niajo for tho entertainment of Pres. Taft in Louisville; something new and I'D quo Is said to bo In tho minds of the committee. NOTHING LIKE IT Tho Republican Campaign Com mitteo must be credited with some thing new In tho history of political campaigning. plcturo Tho moving erusado Is proving a great success, the country being aroused to tho point cf enthusiasm wherever tho pictures aro shown. It Is predicted that In tho future tho demagogue will lie pushed Into tho background by thU ANOTHER TRUST ATTACKED Tho United States Government, encouraged by its success in obtaining Judgment against tho Tobacco and Standard Oil Trusts, filed suit last week against tho Steel, the greatest of all the trusts. It is predicted that this move will Inaugurate tho greatest legal battlo that tho world has over witnessed. Tho head of tho Trust, Judgo Gary, confidently predicts that tho Government will fail In Its suit. Nevertheless, tho filing of tho suit produced a rather serious shock both in forolgu and domestic financial GREAT NAVAL REVIEW A great naval pageant is planned for Nov. 2nd on tho Hudson. President Taft wilt sail between tho two lines of ships nnd then watch them weigh anchor. RUNS THE RAPIDS Captain Klaus Larscn succeeded In running tho .Niagara Whirlpool Rapid3 on tho 29th Inst, In a motor boat. Tho six mllo trip through tho boiling waters was mado In twenty-flv- o minutes; tho adventurer coming out OWNER OF "WORLD" Large Crowd Present Number of Addresses Good Fellowship Hot Colfee and Doughnuts. i I A largo number of thn citizens of Derca and vicinity gathered at tlio new dairy barn Saturday afternoon to tako part In tho exercises, offlcl- - I ally denominated n "barn warming." I A houso warming Is nothing new tin , country over, but ono does not so of- - I ten boar of n barn warming though i It Is not a new Idea. Tho object of this gathering was not for nny benerit It might bo to th" barn, of course, or tho flno dairy herd that Is soon to give It Its real warming, but tho completion of tin barn was taken as an opportuno time for tho renewing of soclat ties ' Let ween tin workers of tho Coll and their neighbors In the town nud rountry adjoining and a discussion of ' nintterH thnt aro of mutual lntcr'st. Tho band and tho Imrlo trio fur- nlslicd tin music for tho occasion. Mr. J. A. Uurgusa, Mr. W. I.. PlamTy, Supt. of tho Farm, President Frost, Squire Wilson and Mr. J. W. Hern- don were tho speakers. Mr. Purge EDWARD C. O'REAR. talked nliout tin l.arn. Mr. Flainry'tf j, Republican Standard Bearer. address related chiefly to tho noed''d ' caro of stock In order to g't tho best ono showing tho Increase In number returns and his apical was not en- ofitudcnts year by year, another givtirely commercial hut humanitarian. ing a list of tho workers for tho last President Frost's address was nn ex- twenty jcars and sonio cartoons that position of tho growth of tho Coll-'g"- , wero very much to tho point. Tho tho setting forth of Its needs and an most telling of tho cartoons was ono appeal for coooratlon and friendship showing a man s'ated upon tho Unit) on tho part of those who, from their of a treu and deliberately sawing It relationship of neighbors, and, In an i off. Tho point, patent to every one, Indirect s' ns at least, beneficiaries, ' was that tho citizen who knocks at would bo presumed to bo Its warm- - tho College, whllo living off of tho friends. Tho Presld nit's nddr-s"npllllngs" from It, ns Pres. Frost might, In reality, bo called nn lllus- - put It, Is d3llborately committing sul- trntej lecture for his remarks wro cldo to his Interests. In this connec- )'n .olnl nnd emphasis by a ntiin- - tlon It was shown what a sourco of nt charts which ho had made livelihood tho College Is to tho com- munlty by tho work given In tho vnr- lima departments and tho largo sums CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE of money paid out as shown by tho 1 to ' w hicli should stond out, "2,fl83 majority." Then follows one of tho most significant scenes in the whole story. It is a smouldering fire with three men standing near it the fires of a dying political ambition nn ambition to be Governor. Two of the men are blowing at it furiously, seeking to revive it hoping to warm themselves in its blaze. The small man, content to let the fire smoulder nnd die out is Goebel, and the other two are Jas. B. Mc Creary and Joe Bluckburu. The scenes change rapidly and again we have a picture of the Legislature or is it Music Hall? No, only the chief nctor is the same. It is Goebel putting into pructice the tactics that wereso successful at the Music Hall Convention. His hand is on the lever that works the Guillotine nnd one Legislative hend after another rolls into the pit. The majority against him is vanishing as the heads in the pit increase in number. Soon he will be declared Governor in spite of the popular will. Will heT The film revolves and brings au unexpected but true picture to view. The three men stand before the fire ngnin. It is no longer a smouldering fire- -it is a devouring fire aud the small man vanishes in its flames, w hich spell out three words and take theshnpe of a huge question mark: Suicide Sacrifice Assassination To which the nnswer is, "All three." Goebel committed suicide. No man cau trninplo upon tho rights of. man as ho did without taking his life in his hand. Goebel was sacrificed. Blackburn wanted to bo returned to tho Senate aud McCreary aso had Senatorial ambi. lions. Goelml, defeated for Governor, would bo their "thorn in the flesh " Hence Goebel was thrust by them into the fire of popular wrath. Assassination! Yes, but the real crswissuis are the thwartera of the impulur trill the oues that pushed the victim iuto the flames and not the consuming fire. A true version? Will anyone dare deny it? With this true background let us have the moving picture films, and w ith this much of n beginning we shall grant Kentucky Democracy all the credit it can get out of pictures showing Powers' nttempttd ilight and arrest, the three successive decrees of the Democratic Court of Appeals g the trial courts of unfairness nnd partiznn bins, but we wotdd respectfully suggest that tho film close with n picture of McCreary Irving, not upon merit or promised devotion to the state's interest, to make himself Governor of Kentucky, but by reviving the ghosts of this direct period in the states history forgetful of the part he played iu it and seeking to implicate the innocent. Another turn of the film would show Judge Pryor and Captain Ellis, tho Democratic members of the Election Commission, hnnding W. S. Taylor nnd the other Republicans their certificates of Election, upon r without a bruise. really Intelligent and striking ASKED TO SHOW UP Joseph Pulitzer, tho proprietor of tho "New York World," died tho 29th on his yacht In tho harbor of Charleston, South Carolina, after a two days Illness. The death of tho veteran newspaper man brings to a closo ono ol tho mo3t remarkblo careers of American Journalism. Ho was born in Hungary In 1847, camo to America in 1&G3 and enlisted in tho Union Army, serving until the end of tho war. At tho closo' of tho war ho located In St. Louis and began his Journalistic career which culminated In tho buying of tho Now York World li V6S3 and subsequently making It ono of tho most powerful newspapers In tho world. THE TURKO-ITALIAWAR Tho Italians aro not finding tho occupation of Tripoli a vacation out ing. News of tho operations of tho two armies Is meagre and reports conflicting. Dispatches on tho 27th wero to tho effect that a Turkish army had experienced a crushing at at tho hands of tho Italians. A dispatch on tho 30th said that Tripoli had again fallen Into tho hands of tho Turks. Tho later report Is not do-fe- DIES s J FIRST PAGE Editorials. News of Week. In Our Own Stato. Dairy Ham Warmed. Judge O'Hear, Standard Hearer. . SECOND PAGE. Kentucky News. General Nows. Sormon Tho Christian Art of cottlnc I mad. Tho prlco of students' board In lie- rca has not Incrcnbcd slnco I cann, nearly twenty, years ago. Tho Col- lege la hero to help tho ioor man educate his child, and every tlmo tho Collogo gets more money It takes In mora students, losing money all a tho tlmo on every ono of them. can novcr bo rich ns long aa there Is a poor man left who needs Treasurer's report. "This dairy barn," he said, "Is built this lnlp. "And so tho Collogo needs the praynt a tlmo when wo havo to borrow thn money because wo are determined ers of all good people. It Is bigger to keep down tho prlco of board. than It used to bo, but It Is doing . Uu-rc- n bigger work, so Its needs and bur-c- st dens nro greater than ever." President Frost was followed by 'Squire Wilson who spoko of his work looking after tho public Interest l'l public appropriations and especially In tho matter of road building. Mr. J. W. Hcrndou made tho concluding address which was a very Intelligent and Interesting resume of tho growth of the community as shown by Increased farm products and nt tho Bamo tlmo tho better prices for (Continual on I'brc Five) Chairman Langloy of tho Republi can Campaign Committee has put tho Democratic Committee to tho test ly a demand that both committers submit their books to tho Investigation of oxperts, and that all contributions bo published by these, experts. Inasmuch as tho Democratic platform calls for such action, It was thought there would bo no hesitancy on the part of Mr. McCreary's managers In submitting to this Inspection, but Mr. Lmgley's demands havo only mat vlth tho response that ho might look over tho books If ho choso to do so. CHARGES AND COUNTER CHAR-GES As tho campaign draws to a closo, many charges aro made by Republicans, and with somo evidence of truth, thnt a schemo of tho Democrats to buy their way Into offlco has been unearthed. Tho alleged plan tho buying of two hundred registration certlllcates In every town of moro tlinu 5,000 population. To (Contlnut.l on Pagel'he) es Markets. PAGE Hear Shows tho Other Side. Astounding Admission Why Democrats oppose Redisricting. Totnpcrance, FOURTH PAGE Locals. Editorial Under Falso Colors. FIFTH PAGE Order for Election for Grndod School, 0 third FURNITURE! Going Fast! Big Assortment! Come While Our Stock Is Full! generally credited. THE CHINESE REVOLUTION In China tho Revolutionists seem to bo swooping everything before them. In expectation of tho approach of tho enemy and the fall of the Card- to), tho Royalists aro said to bo fleeing as fast as transportation can bo secured. And a later report Is to tho effect that tho demand of tho Revolutionists that a popular assembly bo granted has been conceded by the Emperor, and promises of other re forms made. Y. M. C, A, PROGRAM Y. M. C. A. meetings for Nov. 1911, 1'pper Chapel, every Sunday at G p. nr.. . Distinguished Visitors. SIXTH PAGE Now Story MUos Blandish, 8. S, Los8ou. SEVENTH PAGE Nov, 6250 Pun, degrees P., Lender 15. C. Sealo. Horalds, Leo Gllll. Nov. 12-gan, J. W. Planery, Aloxnnder Kerr, Children's Columns. Horticulture. EIGHTH PAGE No Need to Steal. Eastern Kentucky Nows. WELCH'S "and Save the Difference" Gordon Imrlo, Nov. 19 Health and Purity, Speaker, Prof. J. P. Paulkncr. Nov. 26 Frioudshlp, Soliloquy, W. L. Davison. Special music at every meeting. Patfe Two. O THE CITIZEN MQS T Notember 2, 1911 lalsssssssl M - - The Citizen A family newspaper for all that U right true and Interesting. TIG CELEBRATION U. MODEL INSTITUTION In THEY ARE COMINO. th Heart of the Mountains. Kentucky Th Women Insist on Voting, and That 8ettlea It. Lexington. A JOS. PULITZER WAS STRICKEN END COMES TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEW YORK WORLD ON HIS YACHT. RISE TO FAME IS REMARKABLE Publlahcd every Thursday (Incorporated) at Bonn, Ky, BEREA PUBLISHING CO. t. P. Faulkner, Editor ana Manager, THIRTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF STATION 8. LIFE-8AVIN- Subscription Rate 1'AYAUt.E IN ADVANCE. Ont ywvr Biz Month Three Months , AT LOUISVILLE. $l.M THE m BRAVE FEARLESS TRIO ... Prxit-om- e 8 end money by or Express Monty Order, Dmft, Hrelatered letter, or 6,000 Persons Have Been Rescued, $5,250,000 Worth of Property Saved one ana two cmi auunps. your nuns on label Th data aitand Bodies of 200 Dead Persons howl to what Oalo your subvert ptl cm Is Recovered From the River. palil. If It i not cJumirwl wMMn Uirei iw. wks after renewal notifygladly supplied MtMtlnir numbfrs will bo Louisville. Tho thirtieth anniverIf ww are notlfled. Pin tiromluma chran. 1th w suto- - sary of tho establishment of tho United rcrlptloni and prompt renown! a. Send for States station at Louisville usl liberal trams jrlmn to any on who ob will be celebrated tils week. Novemsubserlptkmt for us. Any on tain 3, 1881, Capt. "Billy" Devon was ending us four yearly subscription can ber reoriro Th Citizen tnm Jot hivaettt for authorized by tho United States Govone year. ernment to ship n crow and take up Advertising rats on application. the task of saving persons In peril of tho falls of the Ohio. For six years UEUIBEHl OF prior to that tlmo tho trio, Dcvan, and Tully, had conducted a volstation at tho foot unteer iw-- tw Oil-lool- y g KENTUCKY PHE8S ASSOCIATION. Avialiou is uul yei of accident. i.o mu cimuce Feminine fashion Is doing Its best to Improve on nature. Wrestling Is not a popular sport. because It Is lawful and hutnano. The new comet has no mil and a taJllcsa comet Is a sorry spectacle. "Paris has decreed that the corset must go." Yes. It will go where It usually Is put A beauty expert says that happlces Is the best cosmetic known, but will it remove freckles? Somebody has Invented an "avla tlon cocktail." but the aviation cigar b slow In appearing. - New Jersey driver named Ham All that Loau3 of eggs. Smashup. was lacking was n cup of coffee. The young men who are trying to from coast to coast are bavins tbclr ups and downs mostly downs. fly However Klmmel Isn't the first man to come home In such condition that his own motber couldn't recognize him. of Fifth street. The story of tho modest beginning of threo men, who "thought that they might be able to save a few lives," has been told and retold on hundreds of occasions in this city. Dut the older residents of Louisville, especially thoso who had a share In bringing tho station here, dcclaru that the mini-Izedanger at present and tho de crease In tho number of boats operat ing on tho Ohio river render It difficult to give tho younger generation u (led ntte idea of just how perilous was tho work of Devan, Glllooly and Tully The first rescue made by tho life savers, as agents of tho government, was November 7, 1881, when the steamer Baton Rouge, of the St. Louis Anchor Line, and valued at J 125,000, was caught on the rocks of tho falls For eighteen days and nights tho crow labored before the st.oa.mer was re- moved from her position and placed In a safer channel. In March, 1882, when the James D. Parker was lost, tbe crow removed 105 persons from the sinking steamer. During tbo floods of 1882-3-tho men worked day and night moving families and carrying food and clothing to the needy. The report filed with tbe superln service lndl tendent of the catcs that from the time of the establishment of tbe station to the end of tbo year 1910, over 0,000 persons had been rescued, 15,250,000 worth of prop erty saved and tho bodies of more than 200 dead persona recovered from the river. d Oncldn. With tho oponlng of tho fall term at Uio Oneida Baptist Institute, In tho heart of tho Kentucky mountains, 37 rallcs from tho nearest railway, Hov. James A. Burns, pros! dent and founder of the Institute, takes n long step toward the realization of the purpose which has been the main spring of his life, and which he puts Into words thus: "I want some day to seo this the greatest Industrial Institution In the world." The Instltuto this year has more than COO students, of both sexes, nnd ranging In ages from the toddler not yet arrived at word understanding, to the man who long since has had bis first vote. They are, nil children of tbo moun origin nnd tains, of pure Anglo-Saxoof n native intelligence excelled uo wbero In the United States. "I wanted, especially, to reach the children whllo they were very young," said Rev. Burns. "I wanted to coun teract other Influences that seek to glorify the feud and teach It as patrl otlsm Is taught In the public schools. I wanted to show the feud to bo the hideous, needless thing that it Is. That is why wo bavo started a kindergarten at tho Institute. Forty of our children n special "suit rage car," Christian Art of Getting Mad By Rev. INGRAM E. HILL Nilorof Notlk Shore Bipllit Oigrrk, CD amply equipped for long distance travel, bearing a number of capable woman suffrage speakers and carrying a never-fallinsupply of suffrage literature, will sot out on a tour of tbo country shortly, according to Information given out horc. Arrangements foi financing tho enterprise were mads during the rccnt convention. Mrs. Knthcrlne Waugh McCullocb, of Chicago; Miss Mary Johnston, of Vn.; Miss Katie M, Gordon, ot New Orleans; J. II. Bralcy, of California, are among the suffrage, notables who will seo to getting money for the project. It Is planned to invade especially states In tho south and est and to Introduce thep ropaganda In heretofore Uncanvaescd territory. filch-mori- tut TKXT IV, . II y angry anJ sin not. Kph. Came to Boston in 1864 an Absoluts Stranger With Only 20 Cents Twenty-Three Years After Had $630,000. New York. Heart failure caused tho death of Joseph Pulitzer, proprietor of tho New York World, on board his yacht Liberty In the hnrbor of Charleston, B. C. after an Illness of two days. The news was received here In a telegram from his secretary. Joseph Pulitzer was born In Hilda Pcsth, Hungary, April 10, 1847. Ho nrrlved In Boston in 1864, enlisted In tho nrmy, a tall, ehnnky, Immigrant, 17 years old. He was an absolute stranger, without friends or acquaintances nnd with only 20 cents In his pocket. Ho made his way to New York nnd slept on n bench in tho City Hall park. Fronting the park, on the present site ot tho World building, stood French's hotel. Cold nnd hungry, 1he young Immigrant crept Into the hotel to get warm, but was unccrtmonlously bounced by the porter becauso ho Twenty-threcould not buy a meal. hungry immiyears later the grant gave hlB check for $630,000 and ncqulred tho site nnd building of French's hotel, razed the latter and built the Pulitzer building, homo ot Uio New York World, at a cost of several million dollars. hawk-fen-turee one-tim- e It Is a great thing to know how to get real angry without making a fool of one's solf. Not everybody knows how to do It. It Is an accomplished art, the ability to get mad like a gen. tleiuan. To know when to got angry It Is an Is a criterion of character. accomplishment which Is not learned In the schools. It is acquired In the relentless training ot practical expe- AGED MOTHER Of United States Senator Paynter li Dead. Maysville. Mrs. James T. Long, 7f years old, mother ot United Statci Senator Thomas II. I'nynter, of Frank fort. Is dead at her homo In Lcwlt county. Her husband died a montb ago. Mrs. Long leaves two sons besides tbo senator. KENTUCKY CORN SHOW. SOME DIFFERENCE In shoes. The Chinese admiral finds fault with American women's skirts, but he Is mum on the subject of tight the Political Campaigns Olden Days. of the Thomas A. Edison says the present day fashions In women's clothes hurt Ills eyes. Tom always was a sensible feller. Thomas A. Edison says America it ahead of Germany In aviation. The undertakers of our fair land second the motion. A German has Invented an artifl rial sponge. This variety, however. will not expect you to buy smokes and drinks for It Five people have been poisoned by canned mushrooms. The only safe mushrooms. It appears, arc those that are never picked. A Western man killed himself be cause Ms wife asked him to wash the dlsbcs. We wonder why he didn't put on his hat and "beat it." Whltesburg. In 1871 two rival can dtdates for governor ot tho great com monwcalth of Kentucky rode through Main street In the little town of Whltesburg, cheered on every side by They wcro their political followers. both big, hand somo men; they were in the pride ot their glory and in the strength of young manhood. One was tbe late John Marshal Harlan, the other was Preston H. Leslie. Leslie was elected governor, Harlan was ap pointed to a seat in tho highest trlbu nal in tho nation, and recently passed to his reward, tho most honored man, perhaps, in tho land. They were both "war horses," and when they spoke in the old courthouse there was none ot that political rant that so often flows from the Hps of the common political office seeker of the present day. When through, they mounted their horses and rode away, side by side, toward Harlan town. TEN ESCAPE JAIL It may take one man ninety years to count $1,000,000, but when a man At Barbourvllle During Exhibit of Moving Pictures. has that much money 'he can afford to hire men to count It for him. Barbourvllle. While C. S. Wilson When New York Imports chorus was addressing a largo crowd at the girls it gives them French of Spanish courthouse and entertaining them with names That's probably because most moving pictures, every prisoner in tho Knox county jail, ton In all, made, their of them come from hated Chicago. escape through a hole In tbo wall. Ofalong all tho roads lookAmerican husbands may be bores, ficers are out as a fair Anglomanlac tells us. but ing for them and bloodhounds are on they are not professional husbands, tho trail, but not ono of them have ns a good many foreign noblemen are. been captured. Tho streets were completely detime at Paris Is promising us a revival of serted and the specialtbe delivery took no guards were on place the- hoop skirt. With woman JUBt emerging from the hobble, it Is a caso duty at the jail, which Is closo to tho of jumping from one extreme to an- courthouse. This Is tho third delivery from the same jail during this year. other. - i ladles' bats curate. census of the birds Is to be taken; but so fast does fashion slay that it will be necessary' to count the A MIND MADE UP." If records are to be ac- Arithmetic is taught In somo schools by means of baseball averages. Tom Kdlson suggests that geography be studied by means of moving pictures. All that remains Is to teach reading and spelling with a phonograph. A Toronto clergyman avers that kissing Is a neglected art. We that he ipeaks of conditions In Young men of America are Canada. fully aa brave as their forefathers. pre-ru- Telling her father as she started and mother good-byfor school, Dora Bruminett, 1C years old, left her homo near Arnold, In Union county, swinging her books, but with her thoughts far distant from tbo schoolroom, for at a short distance from her homo was Arch Whlttedge, her sweetheart, awaiting her arrival with a horse and buggy, ready to carry her to tho train for Nashville to he married. Madison vllle. Kentucky. In tho suit of S. II. Lester against TIMBER AND TIES. Col. K. B. Bassett, Capt. B. B. Gooch Itlley B. Butler for $1,000 and Sergt. Ashland. The recent rise In the Ulj damages, u compromise was agreed Sandy brought out a large quantity ol upon for $50 and "costs. In tho suit ties and timber. Two hundred anf ot A. Smith against Sergt. Franks and fifty-silog rafts and forty-onrafti tbo BUlt ot II. Malone against Capt. II. of railroad ties wont out, the rapidly Q. Cans, Sergt. Kennedy and Col. lias-set- t falling river leaving many rafts oc the total compromise was $600. bars. Tbo logs amounted to 612.00C Smith sued for $1,000 and Malono cubic feet ot Umber, while the numbei sought $1,800. of ties was about 40,000. e IexIngton. Tbe Louisville Commcr clal club has donated $100 to the pro mlum list of tho corn show of tho Ken tucky Growers' association, to bo held In this city January 2 to 5. and this with other contributions, will help tf tnako tho most valuable list of prlzet which have ever been offered nt thli show. Kntrlcs to tho show will clos on Rnturday, December 23. For tho purpose of creating more in forest In the corn show, tbo state hni CATTLE MUST PAST TEST. been divided, into three divisions. If which premiums will be offered. Health Authorities Decide Upon Dras Tho First Division comprises Lewis tic Course. Rowan, Menifee, Powell, KstlU, Jack son. Rockcastle, Laurel, Whitley ant Lexington. At a meeting of mem all counties lying to the cast. bera of tho County and City Boards of Third Division comprises llardl' Health, which was attended by Dr. K, Larue, Green. Metcalfe, Monroo an T. KIsenman, ot Louisville, state veter- all counties lying to tho west. inarian. It was decided to begin to rigTbe Second Division comprises al! Idly enforcing in this county tho state counties lying between tbo First and law requiring dairy cows to be sub- Third Divisions. mitted to the tuberculin test, and all which are found to be diseased shall REGIMENTAL REUNION. be put to death. Several months ago an agreement was reached with a large Ashland. The fiftieth anniversary number of the Fayette county dairy of tho organization of the Twenty-seconmen that tbo enforcement of tbe rcgu Regiment of Kentucky Voluntcei latlon in their herds should bo post Infantry will be celebrated hero Deponod till December, when they would 12, with appropriate ceremo offer no further opposition. Some of cember nice, nnd it Is expected that all the dairymen, however, refused to en members of tho old regiment who the art ter Into this agreement, and it was de now living will be present. A splen cided to deal with them no longer. did dinner will bo served to all tb veterans, nnd they will be given a NEGRO CONFERENCE royal wclcomo in every way. Gen. D. W. Ltndsey, of this city, wai Pass Resolutions Honoring Memory of In command of this regiment, and will Justice Harlan. attend tbe anniversary reunion and shako hands with all the soldiers that Louisville. A tribute to the memory ho served with during the stlrrln? ot Justice Harlan was adopted In the times ot the great civil strife. Invlta form of a resolution at the Western lions have been mailed to every mem Kentucky conference ot the African bcr of tho old regiment whose addrcsi Methodist Episcopal church at Qulnn Is known, and It Is believed that pracchapel. Dr. Carl Shaffer, private sec tically all those who can possibly do so retary to Bishop C. T. Shaffer, called will accept the hospitality of the poo tho attention of the delegates to the pie ot Ashland. loss to the colored race in the death of Justice Harlan, who for many years PELICAN IN CAPTIVITY. has been a friend and aid to the colored people. For years he had chamPaducah. There Is on exhibition nt pioned tho things that were for the tho home ot Bud Dale a mammoth pel advancement ot tbe race, he said. lean, which is attracting n great flea, of attention, because of Its beauty at BRIGHT BOY ABANDONED. well as on account of the rarity of this peculiar specimen of bird life. Th( Louisville. A bright and handsomo huge bird was a gift from somo It In boy, who was abandoned erant hunters to Mr. Dale, and because by a woman supposed to bo his mother, of a wound it was found necessary tc on the C. & O. train at Olive Hill, amputate ono ot its wings. This ren Carter county, was brought here and tiers the bird unable to fly, and it it placed in the hands of the Associated kept. In tho rear yard at Mr. Dale'i Charities until an Investigation of his premises, where he takes great delight identity can bo made. Tiic child Is un- in caring for it. It Is very fond of fish usually Intelligent for his age and and ono thrown to tho bird ut Bulls readily answers questions concerning tanco of several feet will be caughi himself. Ho said bis namo wns Clar with accuracy and eagerly devoured ence Estill, that bis fathor's name was The bird Is fast taking on the spirit KUey KstlU and his mother's Mary, of lameness and no longer shows i nnd that he was four years old. Ho desire to depart from its present com did not know tbe namo of ho place fortable surroundings. whero his homo was, but said ho was going to St. Louis to seo his father, CHILD LEFT ON ASH HEAP. who "worked in a big Iron shop" there. A Owensboro. babj COMPROMISES EFFECTED. was found by a passerby on top of nt nsh pile. The child was taken to the were ef Mary Kendall home. A few days age l'aducah. Compromises in the Caldwell circuit court, at n young- - woman applied nt tho hom fected Princeton, In three suits against of for admission for n young baby nnd t ficers of the Kentucky Btato guards, child, saying that the. tho total amount paid tho plaintiffs were tho children of Florence Illdge totaling $650. All tho suits wore for way, ot Kvansvllle, Ind. Tho girl tolc false urrest and Imprisonment during a contradictory story and the chlldrer the night rider troubles In Western wcro refused admission. d d are under flvo years cf age." A largo proportion of students live at the Institute. They are given board and room at $1 a week if they are ablo to pay. If they aren't able to pay, it makes no difference. They nro wel corned, put upon the same basis us tbe paying students, and there is not tho faintest truce, of charity In the nttl tude of tho school toward them. Tul tlon is $1 a month-rAl- so If you nro ablo. to pay. It you are not, no pay Is expected. FAIR EXCHANGE. Guthrie, Ohla. C. W. Kouns, general manager of tho eastern lines of tho Atchison, Topekn nnd Santa Fo railway system, was offered kisses from 20 of Perry, Oklahoma's prettiest girls In exchange for n new depot. When Mr. Kouns, with other officials of the Santn Fe, who are on an Inspection trip arrived at Perry, nearly all of tho city's Inhabitants visited the special train. Among the visitors were 20 of tho city's handsome young ladles. Thoy asked for tho officer who had to do with tho construction of new depots. When Mr. Kouns was Introduced the young women promptly made their offer. Mr. Kouns refuted to enter Into the trade, but It is understood that word has gone to headquarters recommending n new station for Perry. Earthquake Expose. Tacoma, Wash. September and October earthquakes in Southwestern Alaska so shook up tbe earth and glaciers nlong the coast us to cxposo what miners claim are the world's veins. Excitement richest similar to the Klondykc stampede ot '97 prevails at Valdcz, Cordova and other Southern Alaska towns. gold-quart- z Washington. Hear Admiral James II. Sands, U. 8. N., retired, who onco remanded the navy yards at New York. Boston, Philadelphia and Washington, and participated In tho evacuation of Charleston, died at his homo He was 66 bcro of acute Indigestion. years old. Philadelphia. Driving tho Intruder ahead ot her at tho point ot n heavy cavalry saber her father had carried in the civil war. Mrs. Mary Smith, a diminutive widow, of 3 18 West Cambria street, forced a burglar to tako refuge In tho cellar of her home, and nfter a thrilling half hour captured him nnd turned him over to a policeman. THE Cincinnati family MARKETS Grain Flour Winter hard patent THE PYTHIAN HOME. One of our aviators claims to have encountered on air serpent cavorting hither and yon In tbe atmosphere. And we bad been led to believe that aviators were sober young men. A Massachusetts parson has resigned his pulpit to becomo a coal dealer. Sometimes we think there Is a bigger Sold for coal dealers than parsons. Flemlngsburg. The report comes In Mt. Sterling. While uutomoblle rid Lexington. Amended articles of In from Spring Hill, In the Houtheastern ing near this city, tho machine skidded corporation authorizing tbo Grand part ot this county, that a four-foo-t and bumped Into a telephone post, and lodge, Knights of Pythias, of Ken- vein of bituminous coal of good qual William Woodford, a prominent younf tucky, to borrow $5,000 to bo used in ity has been discovered underlying the farmer, wub Injured. His thumb wai making Improvements at the Pythian hill on which the village is built and caught in the top and broken, while Widows' and Orphans' home, near this about 25 foot below the surface. It Is another young man suffered an injury city, were filed in tho county clerk's said (ho outcrop has been found ou to his right arm. Tho top of the ma office. The umundments wero filed In both sides ot tbo bill at points ubout chine was badly damaged. tbe names of Harry A. Scbobcrth, u quarter of a mile apart, and tho natWoodford rfus taken to Loxlngtot grand chancellor; George C. Carter, 11. ural presumption Is that the whole bill for treatment. His thumb may hart L. McLean, and J. W. Curler, grand Is underlaid with It. Tho geological to be amputated, Tbo escape frorc secretary and keeper of records and surroundings and formation make It more serious Injury to all tbe occu lodge of Kentucky. quite a freak If it Is genuine couL seal of tbe Grand pants was u narrow one. COAL IN FLEMING COUNTY, INJURED WHEN AUTO 8KID8. The Law of Lova. Tho eonsecrated Christian brings to tho lowliest duties tho loftiest motives. Ills consecration to Christ carries with It consecration to tbo service of his brother men. The law of Christ la the law of love. We fulfill It in doing well our part of tho world's work as well as In direct acts ot sympathy and burden bearing. Tbo holy man is the more energetic In business on account of the fullness ot divine life in his heart. As Christ came into the world to do the Father's will, so he sends us Into the world to do his own will, which Poultry Hens 10c, spring chick the Father's will. Business Is always ens lOallc, ducks 11c, turkeys ministry when It Is Inspired bybecomes fidelity geeso 7a9c, Eggs Prime firsts to Christ The ISc, salvation 24c. Butter Creamery, extra 32c, tho redemption of business,of society, the aul Apples-Ch- oice firsts 27V4c, dairy, fancy ordination of power to principle and lb, evaporated 10c. love, can only come through tbe Carrots On track ll.60al.75 bbl. ot love, which is tbe law or ChrisL law Celery New 15u25c a bunch. Egg. plants 25a3Cc doz. Honey Hal3clb. Heroism. Lomons California $6.25aC. Onions Christianity alone seeks and grown $1.35al.60 bu. Pineapples both happiness and heroism. secures Homo Hov. B. $2.26a2.7C a crate. Oranges $4.60 T. Hoot, Congregatlouullst, Provl. a5 u box. Potatoes Homegrown dencu. U0a4 bbl. do faucy, Wheat No. 2 red 33a $4.40a4.75. 1.00. No. 3 red 98a99c, No. 4 red 35a37c. Com No. 2 white 76a7Sc. No. 3 white 74a75c, No. 2 yellow 75V4a7Cc, No. 3 yellow 75a75V4c, No. 2 mixed 75 7Cc, No. 3 'mixed 75a75c. Oats-- No. 2 wbtto 49Ha60c, standard white 49a43Vic, No. 3 white 48 Via 1 9c. Cincinnati Live Stock. Cattle Shippers $5.10aC15, butcher steers, extra $5.76a6.10, good to choice $4.30a5.65, holfers, extra $5.15a5.35, food to choice $4.65a5, cows, extra $4.35a4.E0, good to choice $3.C0a4.15, Hulls Bologna canners, $1.25a2.50. Calves-E- xtra extra $3.90a4. $3a3.85, $8.75, fair to good $6.50a8.2C, common and largo 3.60u7. Hog- sGood to choice packers and butchers $6.55aG.60, mixed packers $6.16a6.CC, common to choice heavy tat sown $4a5.75, pigs (110 lbs and less) $3 a5.60. Sheep Extra $3.50, good choice $3a3.40. Lambs Extra $5.80aG. Cincinnati Miscellaneous. $3.45ao.70, $5.15aC.60, patent, $4.30a4.60, low grade $3a3.25, Markt. It Is not a sin to get angry. Any man with half an ounce of ginger In his system ought to get angry occaL Temper is the Impress slonally. Ood upon the soul. It Is the mark ot personality and Intellectual stamina. Tbe scriptures say that God la angry Jesus with the wicked every day. got angry. Can you not seo him standing nt the temple doorT Can you not see the mnrket scones 'which were enacted theroT Can you not see his eyes kindle! Can you not seo his Illumined countenanco blazo fierce Can you npt seo the and glorious? miraculous energy of his personality as he cast out all them that sold and bought In tbe temple and said unto them: 'My house shall be called a house of prayer, but yo bavo made It a den of thieves. Christianity Is something more than a religion of lave. Jesus said: 'I camo not to send peace, but a sword.' Passivity may bo nil right for weaklings, but action Is the birthright or heroes. The man who tries to bo sweet with everybody will find iomi day that bn Is nothing but a lemon. to get It Is very ?iy. however, nngry foolishly. Sometimes It Is proper to get nngry, and sometimes It In not It may be proper nt times for a man to get angry with the Janitor. It may be proper at times for a man to get angry with tho umpire. It may be proper at times for a man to get angry with the family upstairs. But It Is never, never proper for a man to get nngry with his wife. There Is many a man who will say nasy things to his wife that he would not think of saying to his chauffeur. Temper Is good. A bad temper ts what you have made ot a good thing. A rifle Is a good thing In good bands. But when It has become rusted and out of repair It Is going to explode some day In the hands of soma cheerful Idiot who did not know It was loaded. If your temper gets tbe beat of you what you need Is to go off to the repair shop and be made over. These Ills ot temper, this sour disposition, this Iceberg atmosphere, this spiteful spirit are as contrary to the Christian aa light la oppoaed to darkness. Tell me, what do you get mad about? That Is the practical question. A id a n calls you a liar and you retort In similar language. But men aro making God a liar every day and yott do not get angry. Wherever there aro wrongs to be righted, wherever thero are evils to be trampled under foot, wherever there Is justice to be meted out. wherever there Is Iniquity In high places or low, there Is your opportunity to show of what stuff you are made. Somebody treads on your corn nod you get mad at blm. This very night a courtly and attrnctlvo son of perdition will lurn a girl In her teens to one of the wlnerooms of this prodigal city. He will give to her n drink that will Inflame every passion nnd deaden every moral sense. Ho will lead her forth to her ruin and laugh like a devil over the havoc ho has wrought. If you are going to get angry, in God's namo get angry nt somethlnc worth whllo. We are In the mldBt here of n so ciety which is fond of wlno nnd Joy rides and clandestine flirtations. ruciciy mat is rotten to ttie core.' Gilded resorts or doubtful character flaunt their disregard of high morality Fiends In human shapo are stalking tho streets and outrages arecommitted at our very doors. There Is a tlmo to be angry. There Is a time for Christian men to Bpeak out, nnd that tlmo Is now. When the good people wake from their lethargy and begin to tackle something that Is really worth tholr mettle, then shall right bn triumphant and Justlco win the day. rience. In 7a8c 19. November 2, 1911 of tho Commonwealth Well, he said, that It was a cowardly man, that vrould mako war on womanhood end childhood, "Let mo atato horo Uiat I agrco with every statoment that tho Genoral mado concerning this picture It Is a bad picture I regret that ho did not turn to tho other sldo of his canvas nnd Replies to General Buckner's look at the other picture also. This Is a picture that has two aides to It. Criticism of His Tobacco Is Hearties Warfare. "I agrco that It Is a heartless war-far- o Attitude. that declares war upon women and children; but thoro nro features RAPS THE BECKHAM MACHINE of war that are as distressing as sheeting and burning. Starving Is just about as bad, "Hero was a warfare which has been Judge G'Rear Aske J. W. C. Beckham fifIf He Takes Back Accusations He conducted In Kentucky for ten or Made Against McCreary Four Yeara teen years by a lawless marauder and invader of Kentucky's soil, defying her Ago Constitution and her statues, robbing her pcoplo hand over flat, oppressing tlly I Vanco Armcntrout. tho poor, taking tho bread out ot the Munfordvlllc, Ky., October 18. Tho mouths of theso women and children best demonstration of tho campaign not a half a dozen, not n scoro, but to bearing tbo gcnulno Impress ot the oxtcnt of mora than eighty thouwbb witnessed hero this morn-C"K- , sand of thorn. when tho BOO population of Hart's "How havo they them! The kjunty scat was nugumcntcd by tbo laws of the United robbed and the ConStates presenco of 3,000 country people, and stitution Of Kontucky forbid tho comhundreds of tobacco growers, In bug- bination and confederation ot thoso gies and on horsobarjc, formed a pro engaged In manufacturing or business cession and met Judgo O'ltear aftho, to ralso tho prlco ot commodities train. abovo or to rcduco them below their Headed by tho Hardyrlllo Hand, two fair value. horsemen carrying Old Glory and tho "Tho American Tobacco Trust has carriage conveying Judgo O'ltear, tho thus conspired, and had reduced the parado moved through the town and prlco of this commodlty-iKentucky around tho Courthouso square to tho below lu fair valuo at least Walton Hotel, whero It disbanded. amounting In tho aggregate to not less Tho carriages boro hugo banners and than 120,000,000 a year, a fair equivaworo decorated with flags and bunt- lent of tho value ot at least four or ing, nnd tho horsemen carried trans- flvo average counties ot this State, parencies, with mottoes nnd Inscrip actually wiping out that much ot Kentions taken from Judgo O'itcar's utter- tucky's wealth, and taking It, too, from ances. a class of people who could 111 afford "Down With tho Third House" was to sparo It. ono of Ihenr, "I'unlsh tho Night aidHow Children Work. ers, but Punish the Trust as Well" "I hnvo In this campaign passed was another, nnd somo read, "Shall scores and hundreds of tobacco patchthe Constitution I'ruvallT" es whero tho man and wlfo nnd his Demonstration Significant. children wcro all engaged In tho culCompared with monster barbecues, ture of that crop. Those children paid fur out of tho State campaign ought not to have been thus put to fund nnd advertised llko a circus with work. That wlfo ought not to havo cheap railroad rates nnd tho "Illggest been put Into tho flolJ to work. Yet the prlco ot tho commodity has been Hord of Performing Presidential Kvery Kxhlbltcd Under Ono mado such by this trust ns to mako Management" as tho chief attraction, cattle of tho women and children ot tho tobacco growers of Kentucky, was significant tbo turnout "What kind of warfare Is that, that "My Old Kentucky Home," which has becomo tho anthem ot Judgo yokes tho women of this country to a O'Kear's campaign for clean politics plow In tho tobacco field and robs tho nnd progressive government, was tho children of decent clothing and food; most popular tuno tho band played, and, worse than that, robs tbetr imand It swayed tho nudlcnco Into u mortal minds ot training and educapatriotic frenzy of applauso just be- tion? "To my inlnd, that was a condition, fore tho meeting was called to order. Capt. H. C. Martin, formerly County too, that called for public attention; Suncrlntendent ot Public Instruction. nnd the episode that excited tho Indlgby way of Introducing Judgo O'ltear, nation of tlen. Iluckncr grew out of declared this to bo tho most remark- - my familiarity with tneso conditions i nolo political race ever run in Ken havo Just described Did Not Condemn. tucky. Tho cnndldato ho was intro ducing announced his principles when 'It Is not true that at tho meeting bo nnnounced his enndldacy, and tho tho General refers to I condemned tho forco of public opinion carried hlra to J fjovernor of Kentucky for his efforts victory In tho Ucpubllcan State Con- - n putting down rioting. I approved ventlon. Slnco then, without ncampalgn tho putting down of rioting, fund, having alienated, by his declared iy advlco on that occasion was policies, every sourco of corruption not to let up In the punishment of any fund, he hns been making n fight for man who had violated the laws of this purity In olitics and nppcnllng to Stato by night riding or otherwise, but good citizens to rctcuo their Stato to enforce tho criminal laws against from corrupt rule. tbo trusts at tho samo time. (Applause.) Campaign of Slander. "My position was three years ago as At tho outset. Democratic papers of Kentucky felicitated tho voters upon it Is now, that thcro Is enough vlrtuo In tho statutes ot Kentucky tho fact that they had their choice be- and power tho tween two good and able men. With- now upon tho booksIn to rcgulato and this Stato, tobacco trust in a few weeks tho contest on that great my purpose. If I am elected Govsldo degenerated Into a campaign of It Is ot Kentucky, to execute thoso slander nnd abuse, without ono word ernor THE CITIZEN. SLAIN Page Three a' SHOWS INDIANAPOLIS PHYSICIAN ASTOUNDING ADMISSION Democratic Newspaper Frankly Tells Why Democrats Oppose Redistrictin FROM M'CREARY'S MOUTHPIECh THE OTHER SIDE FOR CAUSE OF TEMPERANCE General Sir Ian Hamilton, K. C. ,5, Makes a Striking Declaration for Total Abstinence. Perhaps the most astounding admis sion that has been mado by any Dem ocratic nowspaper of what the Democrats really think on the question ot fairly redlstrlctlnT tho stato has come spon-tanlot- y n one-hal- MACKS OWN TITLE HAVE NEW THEORY y WORLD 8ERIE3 ENDS IN DEFEAT FOR NEW YORK GIANTS BY SCORE OF 13 TO 2. INDIAN POLICE BELIEVE DR. KNABE WAS 8LAIN BY FRIEND. Missing Knife Is Reported as Tending to Disprove Suicide Robbery Proven Not Motive. Indianapolis, Ind. "If Doctor Knabo was murdered, as appears, I am satisfied she was murdered by a Game While person with Bender Hurls Four-Hi- t whom she was acquaintHis Termmatea Administer Worst ed and that eho voluntarily let this Defeat of All Three of McGraw's person Into her apartment. But the Twirlers Fall. theory of suicide must not be neg- PITCHER IS MASTER lected." Philadelphia. For the second successive year tho Philadelphia Athletics of tho American league are the champions of the world. With a victory so decisive that It bordered on the ridiculous tbo great Athletic machine triumphed over McGraw's Giants in the sixth battle of tho crucial series, a battle that ended after a pitiful effort by tthe New Yorkers and a brilliant tussle ny "Dig Chief" Bender and the Mack-meWith the victory goes 60 per cent. of $127,910.61. or $76,746.37. ot which each Athletic player will receive $3,654.69. The losers will receive the remainder, $51,164,34, or $2,436.39 for each New York player. Traveling In a batting streak which totaled 13 hits for 18 bases and which drove three of McOraw'a dingers to a stage ot distraction, the Athletics clinched the battle and the world, prize by the lopsided score ot 13 to 2. Tbey made the giant defeat the more humiliating by Its decisiveness, honeycombed the Giant defense with a succession of terrific hits, outplayed as well as outbatted tbem, and, through It all, Dendor loomed up the particular star of the closing combat of the prolonged series by holding the Natlfnal leaguers to a skimpy four scattered bits. The curtain goes down with four victories for the Quakers and two for the Giants, and with the conclusive evidence that the speed ot McGraw's machine was not equal to the terrific bitting of Mack's star aggregation. Leon Ames, Georgo Wlltse nnd the prized Rube Marquard each took a turn against tho Indian, but to no avail. With this statement Capt. William Holtx. chief of the detective department, summed up tho result ot tbo police activity In the Investigation of tho death of Dr. Heleno Knabo, former stato bacteriologist, whose throat was cut while sho lay on her bed last Mon- day night i CaptzJn Holtz declared that he did not Intend to reflect upon the character of Doctor Knabo In saying bo believed she knew her murderer, It she was murdered. "Doctor Knabe's reputation was unblemished," said he, "'and she lectured to young women and men on tho necessity of social purity, as well as on physical culture and hygiene. of argument or Justification. Tho crowd cheered until tho room rang when ho Bald ho helloed Kentucky would neither sell nor bo fooled but would elect Judgo this O'ltear by' nn overwhelming majority. Judgo O'ltear ngaln challenged Mc-- . .. n, nuhiirntlnn nf . i n campaign contributions before tko election, showing how much they receive, from whom nnd for what spent. Ho said: "This election may bo the first gun of 1912: but remember It Is a doablo barrel gun. You should lire off ono barrel at Stato Issues this year and tho other at National Issues nctt statutes to the lotter. (Great Ap- plause.) "Now, becauso of that attitude, you may bo sure that that trust Is fighting mo In this campaign. It Is behind tho who are making this inancvo- - PP' "1 tin say a fow minutes ago that at tho bcslnnlnR of this campaign tho press with one accord said, here nro two good, fair men, nnd all at once It changed? Let's seo If I enn give you somo light on tho subject. Editorials All Alike. "Hero Is a pleco cut from a Frankfort Democratic paper. It saya this: 'Nearly every Democratic paper In tho Stato uses the editorials sent out by Will Beckham Retract? tho Democratic Press Ilureau. This Judgo O Hear asked J. u. w. iiecic makes tho reading of Kentucky papers back accusations ho mado nn unnlon,iUnR performance.' ham to tako . ,, . ngninxt aicureary lour jears ago. uur- i,omocratIc Th Ing their contests for tho Senatorial prcM of Kl.ntu.ky B being colored nomination, when ho said McCreary from tho Democratic headquarters at found a full treasury and left tho Stato Louisville. bnnkrupt, lifter having reduced tho school per capita. Haly At trie Helm. Slnco lleckhnm hns taken tho stump "Now you havo tho man who Is Haly la mnmiglng tho State and Percy head of the Democratic machine, campaign, Judgo O'ltear asked Mc- tho tho samo timu In tho employ ot a at 11111 thinks, ns ho stated Creary If Ko millionaire trust In Knstcrn Kentucky, four yeara ugo, that lleekham and working upon a salary for It, a conHaly nro manipulating u Democratic victed llbelcr, running this press of machine In Kentucky. Kentucky, filling Its columns with mato reply Ho took occasion, too, terial sent from headquarters. a charge mado against him In thlr to "Now, they don't have It signed by ago by Gen, samo room a fow weeks They havo it tiny particular pnper. Simon llollvar lluckner, who resides credited to 'Kxclmngc.' That moans in Hart county. or Implies tltat It has been gotten from Was Hard Picture. some other paper. It Is not true. It "In tho' politest language doubtless is vent to all ot them ut tho samo time, that ho could command," tinld Judge and It Is all printed with tho ma O'ltear, "tho effect of hlti statement llclous Intent to deceive and mislead was that General Huckuer could not tho people of Kentucky." support mo for Governor because I hud expressed sympathy with night Dran for Matting. riding during tho troublous Union lu Instead of salt water some houseKentucky's history, Immediately after wives uso bran for cleaning matting tho inauguration ot Governor Wlllson. A bag ot cheesecloth Is tilled with "And tho General drew a picture bran; this Is moistened from tlmo to of the conditions existing In Kentucky, time, and tho matting scrubbed with which was. Indeed, n hard picture to It After the bran wash the matting. look upon; but which wus, doubtless, Is wiped oft with a fresh cloth dipped wus tho a truo picture, uud that In salt water. women und tho children and tho poor inoii upon their farms who wcro To Remove Scorch. and who were lu some Instances Wet starch to form a paste, covet whipped and their property destroied the scorched place and put In th by armed and disguised marauders In sun to dry; If badly scorched, repea the night, breaking tho peace ot tho end It v.lil soon dltappeur Stato uud disturbing the equanimity y "" """ "But there are a number ot possible motives for her murder. "It Is certain that robbery was not the motive. Somo of Doctor Knabe's own friends suggested to tho pollco tho idea that she ended her own life should not be cast aside, though tho knife with which she was killed bad disappeared. Tbey said she recently bad been despondent over her debts, that even ber furniture and Instruments were the property ot her cousin. Miss Au gusta Kuabe. SENATOR WAS EASY MARK Oon. Sir Ian Hamilton, K. C. B., was the principal speaker at the Gen era! Assembly ot tho Presbyterian church held In tho Scottish capital and delivered nn address which was a from tho llenrCounty Local, publishstriking declaration for tbo cause of ed at New Castle, Ky. This Demo- temperance. Sir Ian, it will be recratic newspaper describes tho sec- membered, pledged himself to total abtions discriminated against by the stinence just a year ago, and It la gerrymander that has deprived 352,-70-5 candidly stated by personal interviewcltlrons ot representation In the ers that twelvo months ot legislature, as Inhabited by a "rough have not In the least Impaired tho and disorderly" people, and declares health, soured the happy disposition or that many ot them "delight In blood- diminished the cheery outlook on life shed and' strife." It glvos this as the of the distinguished general. Incidentreason the Democrats will not rcdls-trl- ally his pledgo has 'had a most benefitho stato If they carry the next cial effect on the rank and Die ot tho election. Tho article appeared In the army and bag given a new stimulus Issue of October 13, and was written to temperance In both servlcos. In by tho editor as an answer to a speech opening his address, Sir Ian said he made In New Castlo by Judgo O'ltear, had como there to strike a blow for when he declared that the Constitu- Scotland. He thought tho finest stroke tion Is being grossly violated by the for Scotland was that of Bruce at gerrymander. Tho editorial from the Uannockburn, when he raised his x Henry1, County Local, a Democratic and crashed the casque of Sir newspaper,"!? as follows, and, coming Henry de Dohun as It it were a nutfrom Senator McCrcary's mouthpiece shell. But be believed as tine a deIn that section ot the state, It Is a sig- liverance for Scotland was to bo nificant admission ot what the Demo- gained by dealing a stroke at another crats Intend to do: sort ot cask the cask ot whiskey. No longer advancing at the head ot tho The Editorial. "Judge O'itcar's points were well English army, that cask was in tho put and stood out clearly, and thcro middle of their own camp, and It was was an apparent show of fairness on there poisoning and lowering the vihis part, though it was more seeming tality and pride and honor of tbo than real. His manner and method truest, bravest troops to be found any- were those of the shrewd lawyer thatTwf re' ho Is, addressing a jury, his aim being . Continuing, the general said that to make tbem see ono side and only be thought that they In tho army ono sldo of tho caso. In this Instance were rather showing tbo way to tho his Jury was five or six hundred civil population. He believed honeststrong, probably half ot them Demo- ly that any mother .sending her. son Into tho army could do so with tbe ascrats. did not try to mako many surance that her son would run a less "Ho points, only two or three though ho chance of getting a taste, for drink; In has raised other Issues elsewhere. The than he wouldwere; most civil occupano fancies ot his, . These gist and bulk of his speech was to tions.they but were supported by figures. Bhow that tho constitution has been India was a' most astonishing case. violated by the Democrats for 20 years In that they have failed to re- - In tho Indian army there were 47 per cent who were temperance men, at dlstrict tho stato so as to give Repub- homo there wero 26 per cent., and Bcctlons of tho stato equal rep- they wcro lican Increasing every year. resentation In tho legislature, etc., put it in another way, tho number To ot with Democratic sections. temperance men in the army, taking1 "The Judge stated the truth In the the past two or three years, had Inmatter and no Democrat will deny It. creased at the rato ot 2,500 Dut what of It? Dentocrats say that From tho medical department ot, tbo though there Is a provision ot tho su- war offlco he learned preme law requiring tho redisricting past twenty years thethat during tho , decennially, It Is to all Intents and to hospital per thousandnumber taken bad fallen In purposes a 'dead letter,' .lacking the India to tho extraordinary extent ot ono thing neccsEary to give It life that from 10 to 1. and in Encland from Is necessary In tho case of any 2.6 to 7. Tho bead ot tho medical 'dead, letter' law In tho statute service told him that, directly and Inwing is puouc directly, he considered that the great-j- r booK, and tnat one sentiment. They, the Democrats, rea temperance was very largely re-- , son about this way: The sections of sponslblo for It. Disease had tho stato that are discriminated as temperance Increased. It against are for the most part was his opinion that the enemy were or, it not, then mining regions on tho run, and that tbey could afford In any event, parts of the state In to be bold; and he believed that It habited by rough and disorderly peo- anyone could lower tbe drinking In ple whose civilization Is but little more Scotland by 20 per cent, he would do than a figment These are the people mora good than by adding another among whom feuds ever exist, very province to our empire. many of them delighting In strife, bloodshed and turmoil, as a result ot MAN all of which the entire state Is not LIQUOR AND LABORING only taxed heavily to pay for criminal prosecutions, but Is given a most un Saloon Has Much Better Chance to Exhibit Its Fruits Among Workenviable reputation abroad. ing Class Than Among Rich. " 'Now,' say Democrats, who occupy wator-drlnk-In- g ct bat-tlea- acar. moun-talnou- Political Workera Fleeced Stephenson. Says Former Campaign Manager. Milwaukee. Because Senator Isaao Stephenson was reputed to be worth $30,000,000 some of bis political work- ers thought they ought to bo paid for their tlmo and this was the reason It cost tbe senator so much to tecuro tho nomination at the primaries In 1908, according to testimony before BILL IS KILLED tho United States senate Investigating WATERWAY committee. W. It Knell, former sheriff of MilBallot In Illinois Is 69 For and 65 waukee county, testified that as SteAgainst Measure Long phenson's campaign manager In the Fight Ends. administraSpringfield, ill. The tion's deep waterway bill was defeated In the Illinois house ot representatives. There were 5!) votes in Its faThe vor and and 65 In opposition. bill needed 77 votes for passago. Forty-twRepublicans and 17 Democrats voted for the bill. Twenty-seve- n Republicans and 38 Democrats voted against It Tbo defeat administered tbe bill ends a bitter fight that has engullod leaders for tbo Illinois Republican past three years. "Because tho other candidates were spending n lot We felt we had to meet them," replied Knell. "If Senator Stephenson had been a poor man bis workers might have campaigned for blm for nothing, but as It was known ho was rich and was said to be worth $30,000,000 It was thought only right that those who worked for him should be paid for their work," asserted Knell. county he expended $11,800. "Why did you havo to spend so much money In one county?" asked tho chairman. Senator Heyburn, Rear Admiral Sands Dies. Oklahoma Bank Is Raided. Washington, D. C Rear Admiral Shawnee, Okla. Robbers attacked N-the town of McComb, several miles James II. Sands, U, S. . retired, who from here, cut telephone and telegraph participated In the evacuation ot wires, then blew open the safe In tbe Charleston, died at his home her or Ho was sixty-sitown bank. Tbey got a large amount acute Indigestion. years old. of money and escaped. Is 119. But Will Cast His Vote. Rear Admiral Stnds Dies. Grand Junction, Colo. Tbe oldest Hear Admiral James Washington. H. Sands, U. S. N., retired, who par voter In the state of Colorado, and ttclpated lu the evacuation of Charles- probably the oldest voter in the ton, died at his homo here ot acute United States, registered here for the years city election. He gave his nam as Indigestion. He was alxty-alCherokee BUI, aged 116. old and rule the wealthier and larger portion of tho state where ment and good order prevail, "we havo voted heavy taxes upon ourselves to give these rough, wild people public schools and high schools, in order that they may becomo good citizens and thus acquire tho power that education gives to develop their country1 and give their lands greatly Increased valuo in consequence, and thus put themselves on nn equal tooting with ourselves. So we have acted a generous part, and until those things como to pass wo havo done enough." A Matter of Protection. "Ilut. tho question of protection Is also involved protection for the property and other material interests of tho hotter part ot tho state and is very hard to suppress. But Where's tho danger? Let the hordes of rough and tough people spoken ot send a big bunch ot representatives and Senators to Frankfort with their crude notions of Internal Improvement, plans of general their road making and other wild schemes to bo effectuated at public expense, region ot ours and this would bo mado to groan under added tax burdens for years nnd years how long? This would be accomplished by theso people, aided by self seeking men from other parts of the state. "Besides, Isn't tho principle Just tho samo as our Republican administration at Washington has applied to our Insular possessions, which are governIn the ed with but very little 'say-sprocess, 'protection' being tho reason therefor? Kquallty among Individuals is the theory, it Is true, In our system ot government, but practically nothing llko equality has ever been attained lu this country or any other. Judge O'itcar's affected altruism In this matter is the merest buncombe, Ilut, If the people of the more prosperous sections ot tho stato are desirous ot throwing down the bars and placing their possessions at the mercy of these mountaineers, let them go the limit by voting for Judge O'Rear and the Republican nominees for both houses of tho legislature." Henry County Local e st Tbe Christian Evangelist contends that the liquor business Is tbe greatest foe of the worklngman, and that he Is the greatest loser by the saloon. The rich man, It says, can get along fairly well. "Tho money bo spends for liquor Is not a serious matter to him. He runs no risk ot losing his Job for drunkenness. His family Is not often brought to starvation or beggary, and wben ho gets seriously Intoxicated bis valet or tbo servant at the club can tako care ot him. Of course, even among the rich a largo proportion of tho divorces are produced, directly or Indirectly, by whisky. But among tho laboring classes tbe saloon has Its best oppor tunity to exhibit Its fruits. Its effect ou character is no worse, put Its economic results are vastly greater and worse." What Ruins Girls. Of all the ten or twelve thousand unfortunate girls and wrecked women arrested every year In Chicago, among those who tell their woes to me, ninety-ninout of every hundred attrlbuto their downfall to the first glass of wine or champagne taken generally with a male companion, always for sake. That first glass Is the beginning ot the end nnd here you see what the end Is Wben n woman nnco begins to drink, even in a social way, ber future Is threatened with either moral wickedness ot utter ruin. So many women who come here tell mo that e tbe first sparkling glass ot champagne was the beginning of all their misfortune. Mary K. Keegan, Chief Matron of tbo Chicago Police Department. Tho Living Christ. Jesus is not a theory, not an Inspiring memory, nor a mere Influence; but be Is a living and llfoglvlng personality. It we fulfil the requirements, mako much ot bis words, neglect not bis works and are much In, prayer, wo shall see Jesus. Rev. K, Springfield, A. Elliott, F.ptscopallan, Moss. 9 Page Four. THE CITIZEN. November 2, 191 1, NEW STOCK BEST LINE OF Red Cross Flour, 65 cents. Every Sack Guaranteed LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS IN TATUM'S FOR SALE Two yoko of oxen. May bo seen at Collcgo Farm. Apply lo'H. E. Taylor at Boono Tavern or Jaa. A. Bur fccsa at tho Woodwork. FOR BerCn College THE CITY Come and We Will Prove It. We Can Save You Money. You pay E. F. COYLE mora or get less SALE students nro now making flno cement tile, diameter foiir inches, ono foot long. Prlco $2.00 per hundred. Less In quantity lots. Ju.t the thing for farm tiling. Address Ha-rCollego, Berea, Ky. R. H. CHRISM AIN Undcrlokinrf nnd Embnlmlnrf A Complete Line of Modern Funeral Supplies. Nlrfhl SPECIAL SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT. 8oooooooooooooooooooooooooo o o o NEWS LOCAL PAGE OF BEREA. AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A SAILING UNDER FALSE COLORS Last week, impelled by a sense of fairness, we published the " account submitted to us of the Citizens' Convention held at the public school building, Friday night, Oct. aoth. The report came too late foranyeditori.il comment in that issue. Moved now by the same sense of fair play we feel under obligation to our Berea readers to express freely our opinion of this movement which in our estimation lacks every clement of being a "Citizens' Movement," but has all the ear marks of a b.olting concoction set to catch votes by Hying the false colors, "Citizens' Ticket." To begin with, we have not the slightest objection to a Citizens' Ticket, and" we would as freely admit that we do not see a bit of sense in drawing party lines in the election of town officers, but we would want it to be a real Citizens' Ticket, nnd we do have aiiobjection to those who planned and expected to reap all the fruits in the party convention "experiencing " after their overwhelming but fair defeat and then posing as the advocates of the "only good," with no other purpose than to catch Democratic votes and thereby retrieve their defeat. What is their grievance? Nothing that anyone can discover but that they were defeated. Every demand that they made in the convention was conceded. The nominations were made as they suggested and two of their candidates, identical with the majority report, were chosen; the others voted down. Indeed, their contention now would show to a better advantage before the public if they had not repudiated these two of their own selection. Here is something more than even party perfidy. Here is the of their own voluntary choice. They would seem not only to be recreant to party honor but to a personal obligation. But what is their contention? What are some of their claims? i. That politics be eliminated in the selection of town off"so-calltd- Day Phone 26 tion and strive to control it? Did they have 4tf oooooo)ooooooo ooaoaoaoaoaoaoaooc-o- o DR. BEST, DENTIST citv ninxK is3 OVER RACKET OFFICE Tho Misses Hoglo of Sliver Creek were tho guests of Miss Mary Adams for a part of last week. Mr. John Gabbard vns In Richmond nt tho first of the week. L. & N. TIME TABLE. Mr. Chnrles Reynolds of Livingston was In town last week. North Bound Eocal 10:65 p. m. 7:00 a. m. Knoxvllle Mrs. A. J. Smith and daughter, 3:52 a. m. Lillian, were In Richmond last Thurs1:04 p. m. BEREA C:30 p. m. 7:45 a. si. day. Cincinnati South Bound Local Tho Courtship of Miles Stnndlsli, 8:15 p. m. 6:30 a. m. Cincinnati Longfellow's great poem, finely Illus 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. m. BEREA begins In this Issue of Tho Knoxvllle 6:55 p. m. 6:60 a. m. trated I DAN H. BRECK Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Richmond, Ky. Phone 505 Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Robinson had a little daughter added to their family circle last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sidney tomlis were In Richmond lait Thursday to the wedding of .Mr. Comb's broSTORE ther, Rev. O. R. Combs. A test of your taste. Read our now tit-te- "old" story. conver-yersion- repu-diatio- n Express Trains Stop to take on and let off passengers from boyond Dayton, O., or from Atlanta and beyond. South Bound 8:00 a. m. Cincinnati 11:44 a. m. BEREA North Bound 4:46 p. m. BEREA 8:37 p. m. Cincinnati Citizen. Mr. Geo. Barrett whoso home Is In Utah passed thru Berea, Thursday, on his way to Big Hill- - for a islt with his parents. Mr. Eugene Thomson. was at homo at tho first of the week for a short icers. Why did they enter heartily then into the Republican conven- - visit Mr. and Mrs. James Coyle have moved to tho Blazer cottago on Cen- ter Street. Bogln tho now story Miles Stand-h- h, the bell, broken bell! Tho tin-ti- n abu la tion of the bell! Think of It a ptcturo of Lincoln as a device for a bolting ticket. Mrs. Fay Is 111 at the hospital. Mr. Alfred Meese, a former student here, Is making a short visit among friends before leaving for the West. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Engle have moved Into tho rooms above their store on Chestnut Street. Mr. Will Duncan was homo over Sunday. A party of young people enjoyed a pleasant evening at a party given by Mr. Clinton Early, Friday evening. Miss Hilda Welch entertained nt her home, Saturday evening, about thirty young people at a ghost party. Alter much enjoyment in guessing who tho friends were, the masks were removed and various appropriate games were played. Refreshments consisting of elder, doughnuts, frultB and nuts wore served. Miss Mamie Johns who has been In tho hospital for several weeks is out again. Mrs. Carl Hunt who underwent an operation at the hospital several days ago Is now at her mother's, and rapidly Improving. Tho Misses Jesslo and Ruby Smith O were homo, Sunday. Mr. Albert Blcknell who has been In Montana for somo time Is hero visiting his mother. Tho rovlvnl meeting which had been carried on with such great success for nearly three weeks at tho Baptist church closed, Friday night. During tho mooting there were soventy-clgadditions mado to tho church. Mr. Harry Coddlngton is visiting at tho homo of his brother, Mr. Bert ht Coddlngton. Mr. Hardin Long was at homo over Sunday. Miss Hudson of Dreyfus spent the latter part of the week with her aunt, Mrs. Frank Hays. WEDDING PRESENTS The Finest Line of Wedding Rings Ever Shown in Berea in SterlGold, Gold-filleing Silve, Cut Glass d, beautifully Illustrated. v President Frost left, Mondny, for a threo weeks trip to Detroit, Milwaukee Omaha, and Dos Moines, at each of which places he will address tho State Teachers' Association. Dr. and Mrs. Cowley came In Friday night. Tho hopo that was expressed In these columns last week was realized, tho Doctor escaping the operation. He is his real self again. Mr, and Mrs. TayloV moved Into their new homo on Prospect St, Friday. They are Uko two delighted and delightful children "just playing keeping house." And tho house is na beautiful as the children aro delightful. Mrs. W. R. Earner of Barbourvlll-)- , returning from Lexington, where iha hud been with her husband who was a delegate to th! State Bankers Association, stopped over In Berea tor a visit witn ner sister, Mrs. J. i: Faulkner, from Wednesday, tho 25th, till Monday. Pastor WUks of tho Baptist church has offered his resignation to talw effect Dec. 1st. Ho resigns to take up work, In the Seminary, looking to tho Doctor's Degree Tho church has oxtonded a call to the recent revivalist, Mr. Martin. LOST A gold locket with tho monogram on ono "L. II. It. side and "I90S" on tho other. Finder please return to Lena Henderson, Prospect Cottage and receive reward. Miss Smith, the President's Secretary, arrived, Wednesday. See A new Drug Store In town Pettus and Parks, In Engle Block. Prof. Marsh is still In the hospital, but tho reports of his condition continue to bo good. A KrUtay night! Dsmocratlc sponsors! Lincoln for a device! HI luck enough hero to kill It. Mr. Will 0. Oamblo writes from his now homo In Montrose, Pa., that ho Is greatly enjoying his work then. Dr. Torrey Is abroad and Mr. Oamblo and family ars occupylug Dr. Torrey's house, for a few months. Ho scuds kindest regards to all Korea friends. MATRONS' MEETING Tho Matrons' meeting will bo held, Saturday, Nov. 4th, at 2 o'clock In tho Parish Houso. All mothers or matrons having children under their care In school aro Invited to bo present. The mooting will bo held under tho auspices of the Council of the Dean of Women, STOVES Everything in Stoves Special Sole NOW ON their present pro- fessed belief then? Did they not then belie their present platform? Was not the ticket proposed by them in that convention "Cita straight Republican ticket, and is not their nuw izens' Ticket" composed entirely of Republicans? Is there a man on it? An omnxiny oilmifnion, Democrat or here, of their conception of the inlellinetice of llcrra Vottr! i. They declare for "a careful conservative mamgcincnt of the finances of the city," a wise expenditure of the same and a lowering of the tax rate. Here it is implied that the management hasn't been conservative, that the expendituri s haven't In en wise. Ate not the toes of one at least, of their new ticket pinched by this implication and must not this entire bolting crowd Ixjar the lion's share of the blame for any mismanagement and extravagance in the past? As to the lowering of the tax rate, this is something that every one favors, but the intelligent voter has long ago discovered the poison in this peculiar brand of sop a sublet luge ued by the least wise and least conservative politician, the demagogue, to catch the unwary. 3. They call for some regulation whereby all property used for commercial purposes may be taxed. No one will object to the letter of this declaration, for there in no property in Uereti imeit for eommttvinl purpoen not Instil and there is not likely to be. But they mean more than they say. They are calling for the taxation of college property- - something that is done nowhere, and can't be done by them, if their ticket It is elected; neither can it be done by the State Legislature. would take a change of the state constitution to bung it about. The money invested by the college in business houses is from college funds, which can't be taxed, and is for educational not commercial purposes it is largely endowment money nnd the income on this property is nothing moie than interest on the endowment. Without it the College would have to close its doors, and any depletion t would cripple the College to that extent. 4. They call for a fair apportionment in the matter of strict improvements improvements in front of the poor man's door as well as the rich man's. Does any one suppose that the Republican ticket is in favor of anything else? Everybody demands this fairness and insists upon it. There is no reason here for supporting the bolter. 5. They pledge themselves to the enactment of regulations in favor of the widow and laboring man. What are they hitting at except to catch votes? Have widows and laboring men been discriminated against in Berea? Their interests are promoted by everything that promotes the interest of the town and increases the amount of labor which ' the town can furnish. 6. Finally, they profess "belief" in law and order and the enforcement of city ordinances. It would be well for them tostatc who the "we" embraces, and whether the "believe in" is meant to bind the individual members of the ticket not only,to enforce but to obey the law. Such are the reasons given why the citizens of Berea should rally to the self denominated "Citizens Ticket." Does it offer more than the Republican ticket? No. There is the ring of insincerity in every appeal, every profession. Personally wc know nothing to the discredit of any man on the ticket and are far from saying aught in disparagement; but wc would like to ask if the Republican ticket, to say the least, is not composed of men of as good standing, and reputation for fairness, for justice, for honesty. non-paitiza- n of-i- WELCH'S Tho whole community must bear White stains mnde on a mahogany tablo by hot dishes may bo removed with common resource and sacrifices by rubbing In oil and afterward pour- - ln" common iiuruons. not the least ing wine on the Bnot and rubbing dry bolnB ho burden of the most poor I nnd n,os wcnk- with a soft nloth. Marks on Mahogany. All Must Share Burdens. How We Built a Growing Business NOT BY MEANS OF SENSATIONAL ADVERTISING NOT BY MEANS OF PREMIUM SCHEMES BARGAIN SALES NOT BY MEANS OF SO-CALL- x Simply by supplying, at a)l times, the best shoes at a reasonable price, and the fairest treatment possible to all our customers. Out method simply verifies what "Emerson" wrote LADIES Wear one pair of our $3 & $3.50 Shoes Then you'll know how good they are "If a man does a thing better than all the rest even if he should live in the woods there will be a beaten path that leads to him." This particular path leads to Zbc IRachet Store ENGR A RHODUS MAIN ST. VI NG FREE THE QUALITY STORE a HAYES BEREA, KY. November 2, 191 1. THE CITIZEN. Pace Five.' TALK IS CHEAP But when it monejr. prices they tell So of these goods you have to see them to appreciate the excellence of quality, variety and quantity as for the put into newspaper space it costs we will save our talk about the details is Ninety Pays On ly WATCH THE BIG SALE A $35 Range Stove Free! WEIGHT is a Difference Three costly Ladies' Dresses Free! $20 Suit Free ! AN ORIGINAL STORY Solid oak dresser $5.00, $6.00, $7.50 and up to $20.00. Solid oak bed room suits (not imitation) $15.00, $18.00 to $40.00. Quartered oak 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 th a 45 lb. felt mattress to fit it at Brass beds with 2 inch post, $10.00. each. $5.00 $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. 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. BUGGII'IS steel tire, rubber top, $40.00. Rubber tire, leather top, $65.00. ire Co's. field" fence 25c. per rod. Best American Steel and ROOFING, heaviest qual y v crimp 28 guage painted, $2.00 per square. ' " " " galvanized, 3.25 per square. wheat, good, 90c. per hundred. Best, $1.30 per hundred. Fertilizer for Other bargains by the score. All 25c. QUALITY is a Difference PRICE is a Difference We 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, MENS' SUITS-LASTYLES Flow 50 cti. Ladiei' Skoei 99 cts. up. Best PateBt Flrar 60, 65 cti. Mens' All Leather Shoes $1.25 up. $18 Suiti $15; $15 Suits $12 40c Heavy Underwear $12 " $10; $10 " $7.50 - - - 39c OVERCOATS ALL GRADES Work Shirts Owe, be good, take in the tows ! TEST 4 A COUNTRY STORE IN TOWN R. J. ENGLE, 'tlngulshcd guests. Doth ladles addressed the meeting In an instructive and Interesting man ner, and Mrs. Armstrong, on behalf of tho National "W. It. C, presented through Capt. Jas. West Tost G. A,. It., a beautiful flag to Berea College. SI10 also mado tho Capt. Jas West V. It. C. tho custodians, for a short time, of another lovely flag, to be presented by them to somo school of their own selection. Theso flags were received with appropriate remarks by Commander Dougherty of the G. A. It., and Mrs. Hays, Pres. of tho W. It. C. Others who mado brief but pointed remarks, wero l'rof. Dodge, Miss Fot, Mrs. Dodge, Mrs. Hook and Mr. Jas. Gabbard. Mr. Gabbard also sang a I mattings 20c. All 30c. mattings 25c. Phone 60 Berea, Ky. The ladles of the W. It. C. presented their guests each with a handsome silver souvenir spoon, and sent ono by them to Mrs. Mary Lylo Reynolds, tho first President of tho Department of Kentucky which was organized twenty-si- x years ago. She has never missed a Department Convention since, and has always been closoly See "THE FURNITURE MAN" trlct. Order for Election for Graded School tainingall a jiotl-tlo- v for tho purposo of mainGraded Common School Disn trict on tho lot now occupied by tho Madison County Court In ro (1. 1). Holtldny and others to present public bcIiooI in Ucrca, and Graded for erecting, purchasing, or fir boundary of proiwsed tho town suitablu buildings for said repairing purposo Common School District, in therein, and for any and all other of Heron, nnd curtain adjoining terrinecessary Incidental expenses to carrytory, for an election therein. class Order for election as to Graded ing on and conducting a first Bona, Graded Common School at School District Madison County, Kentucky. This matter being uion tho docK-- rl It Is further ordered that said electhis day and It niueariiig Uiat tion Is to bo held for tho purpose of legal voters who arc electing moro than ten flvo trustees for tho propos taxpayers In tho proposed district County, Kontucky, have of Madison petitioned this Court to fix thu closes In Vcordncf with boutidary of tho proposed Graded Kentucky Statutes, Section 4471 and Common School District, and to or- 41GD. der an olectlon to establish a Grud-o- d Tho shorlff of Madison County Common School, and It further In appearing that said petition Is ap- shall have this order published EduTho Citizen, a newspaper published proved by the County Hoard of Superintendent of in Berea, Kentucky, for ut least twep-t- y cation and tho days beforo tho election and adverCommon Schools of Madison County, and It further appearing that no part tise tho tame by printed hand bills, of tho boundary of said proposed posted in five conspicuous places in Graded proosod Common Oraded Common School District will said bo more Uian two and ono half miles School District, for tho samo length bo-iof time, and shall have tho advertisefrom the school house, tho Court advised, it is considered and ad- ment Inserted and notices herein projudged and hereby ordered that tho vided for potted within ten days affollowing boundaries shall bo spread ter ho receives this order, and at least upon tho order book of this Court twenty days before tho election. as tuo oounuanes 01 iuu pruyustu I Said sheriff shall appoint a judgo Graded Common School District: and a clerk of said election, who shall ' take and subscribe to an oath for Beginning at a point ou tho plko where tho dirt road tho faithful peiformance of their to I'osaum Kingdom leaves tho pike duties, on tho day set apart for the and about tho corner of tho old Hu-le- election, tho officers shall open a farm: thenco a straight lino to 'poll and shall propound to each a culvert In tho West Union road , voter who may vote, tho question, In front of Laura Spunce'a houso, In- "Are you for or against the Graded cluding same, thenco a straight lino Common School tax?" and his vote to tho point whero tho Slalo Lick shall bo recorded for or against the' road runs uuder tho railroad brmgo same as he may direct, Said election officers shall also so as to Include J. M. Shell; thenco up a branch to the head of loruck hold an election at tho samo tlmo and Including Judgo Lunsford'i place and by the same persons who Hollow, voto at the olectlon for the tax to house; thenco a straight lino to Center of a low gap a llttlo Bouth of elect a board of trustees of Graded School District and tho Lee's Knob; thenco a straight lino to tho bridge In Scaffold Cauo plko flvo persons receiving tho highest ovor the waters of Silver Creek near number of votes shall bo declared tho fork of Bald creek at tho corner of I olected trustees. DoughW. It. Shackleford, J. P. Browning's and Thomas Brown- - ' - Judgo, Madison County Court. erty's farms. Including J. F. lng. and near Henry Blcknell's farm; Kentucky, I . thonco dowu Silver Creek and Its Stato of of Madison. 1 cu house of Noel Mit- County meanders to the I, It. B. Terrlll, clerk of the Madichell, excluding It; thonco a straight lino to tho houso of John Johusou son County Court, do hereby certify Including It; thenco a straight lino that the foregoing is a true and comtoS. 1. CUrk'n resilience Including It; plete copy of order of election enthence a lrlght line to K. T. Klh' tered in tho case of U. D. Holllday residence Including It and It. S. Ter-rlll- 'i and others on potlilon for Graded residence; thence a straight line to School as Is filed In my office In the beginning Including all residences tho papers In the abovo styled action, south of said line. Witness my hand this 4th day of And It Is furthor ordered that tho October, 1911. It. B. Terrlll. Clerk. shorlff of Madison County do hold By D. Tovls Huguoly, D. on tho 18th day of November, 1011, orIn obedience to the foregoing at tho school houso In Berea, Madison County, Kentucky, between the hours der and judgment of the Madison and of G a. m. and 4 t). m. an election for County Court, I bavo caused tho purposo of taking tho sense of directed the publication of the foro-cnldirected, and 1 or the as therein tho let:al white voters within abovo described boundaries constltut- - , ono of my deputies will on the 18th lng the proposed graded Common day of Novoiuber, 1911, open a poll School District upon the proposition at tho present Common School building In tho city of Berea, Kentucky, whother or not they nro for or tho annual Graded Commone between the hours of 6 a. m. and 4 p. m. so that tho legal whlto voSchool tax In the sum of thirty-fivcents ou each $100 of tho pro- ters In tho territory described may perty assessed within tho abovo des- voto on tho question submitted and cribed boundaries and belonging to I herehjr appoint l.rn. Hoskins, judge whlto voters or corporations and In and W, C. Kngle, clerk of said election. addition thereto an annual poll tax under my hand this 6th Given of $1.50 per capita on each whlto day of Octobor, 1911 inhabitant over twenty-on- o mala D. A. McCord, years of ago residing In said proSheriff of Madison County. posed Graded Common School DIs- - irs uZZeo esa .riviffi1"0 cd his good reputation. Tho writer has seen "Tho Merchant of Venice" played nnd heard It read a number of times and knows what not In meant by an Interpretation only tho Individual reader of play-cr- 's conception of tho different parts In tho play, but his Illustration, his impersonation of them. So It somo- -j times happens that tho Antonio, the nnd often tho Shylock o." I'ortla of ono reader differs rrom DAIRY BARN WARMED theso same characters as Impersonated by anothor. Sometimes they are Continued from first kc they are thoso products, which, in somo Instan- overdrawn and sometimes lifeless when they should bo all alive. ces, have nearly trebled In tho lait twenty or twenty-flvyears. Ho paid It is enough to say that Prof. Uaino's good judgto Mr. Mason and Interpretation betokened deserved trtbuto ment at every point. Mr. S. L. Clark who had charge of tlto College farm before Mr. Klanery's I Virtues That Command Success. accession and showed how they made j Vigilance In watching opportunity; tho poor lands, which wero turned tact and daring In seizing upon oppor over to them, equal In production to tunity; force ianj-nm- -ar how ' f moi hnd 8et nn are tho mar- slble achlevement-th- ese methods of farming for tho entire tlal virtues which must command suc country, cess. Phelps. R. H. CHRISMAN. o solo, which won considerable) identified with W. It. C. work, both Departmental and National. At one time sho filled tho office of National s. She had Intended to Junior visit this Corps, with tho Department President and Secretary, but was prevented by illness, much to our disappointment. Mrs. Armstrong and Mrs. Boyd wero tho guests of Mrs. Dodge, while In Berea, but were also entertained by Mrs. Hays, Miss Welch and Mrs. Vlco-Pre- Hook. d ngpu Tiuxr: BEREA'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE ' I have just bought the Isaacs' Hardware Store and in the future will carry a complete line of HARDWARE, PAINTS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES PricesRight J, fl. CLARKSTON Give" aCall PALACE MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured meats and lard. Call for what you want and get what you call for. Highest market price paid for butter, eggs and chickens Leaf Lare, guaranteed pure. Kldd Building, Corner Main and Richmond Streets, Berea, Ky. Fish and Oysters every Thursday. J Wal-lacet- tt U. B. ROBERTS Prop. Berea Citizen Who Raps The College Tho exercises closed with a feast DISTINGUISHED VISITORS of doughnuts and hot coffee, handshaking and many expressions of good Capt. Jas. West Post, No. 171, G. A. will. It. and their auxllliary, Capt. Jas. West W. It. C. No. 48, held a meeting of more than usual interest, THE VERSATILE RAINE Saturday, Oct. 21st, at their usuul Prof. Itaine could ask for no better meeting place, the Parish House. The regular business of each Or-dtestimonial than tho largo audience by speeches was supplemented that greeted him Saturday evening to hear his interpretation of "Tho and "good byes" to their well beMerchant of Venice." Tho entire loved leading workers, Prof, and Mrs. lower floor of tho chapel was well Dodgo, who aro shortly to leave for filled, something unusual for tho au extended visit to a southern state. Tho day, however, was prevented first number of tho Lyceum Course and something that does not always from being altogether an occasion of happon for tho later numbers. sadness by tho presence of tho honAnd It the audience camo anticip- ored Department President W. It. C, ating a literary treat It was certain- Mrs. 13va C. Armstrong of Covington ly not disappointed, for Prof, Ilalno and of tho Department Secretary, Mrs. was noarly, if not quite, at his best. Martha F. Boyd of Newportjvho, as A master In tho class room, Inspiratsistant Dept, Inspector, was .her. ing in tho pulpit, Interesting on tho to inspect tho Corps. U'cturo platform, In this now role (new After an old fashioned basket lunch, wo think to Borca audiences) ho has with hot coffee, served by the ladU3 given a now evidence of his versati- of tho Corps, tho two Orders met In lity, and to say tho least maintain- - Joint session. In honor of tho dla- or Do You Want to Buy a Good Blue Grass Farm ? Do you want to buy a good building lot in Berea and do as others have done, build you a a nc 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 v. rite 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 lyliiK north of lloreivon Huron and Kloliniomt plko. Ono.foiirtli inllo from pulillo neliool and two miles from Berea Col-WTlilrt fiirin Is good roil bud, llmo stono land, all In Brans nnd Is one of tho host irniH" fariim near Heron, 1h woll watered, Iihh plenty of wood and timber to keen up nlaeo and fenced all around with wire fence. Ono pod orchard and fairly jroocl Iuiukh, barn aud outbuildings on plnco. TIiIh farm acroH of land for tbe.monoy in this without nunHtlon Is the bent 78 section and can bo bouirlitnny tlmo witnin iiio.next tinny ciayn tor oniy The Best Qualities of Containing 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. Main St. 0-- $15 K5 tho mostbenutlful buslni'88 lotH right in tho busl-nus- s section of Herea on CheHtntit St., whero snub lotn nro worth one Price in. x thousand dollars each. Theso lota aro '21 ft..Oprices 00 ft. terms to S00 each. suit purand I have other farms of various siios with Madison Cos. chaser In Hookcastlu.darrard and Como, seo and buy lands nnd lots. I to J. peracro. Anyono wanting n Karm Bargain hiioui (1 l . HioKtuiimt alHO havo fourof onc. IIlftKO It: known G. D. , Room 4, Berea Bank HOLLIDAY C& Trust Building; J. P. BICKNELL w. BEREA, KY. OLEY . Ky. Bcrca, Ky. Page Six. THE CITIZEN. BELSHAZZAR'S FEAST AND FATE Scwhy StM Uiim fW N.t. 12, 1911 SpteUllr Arrant d tor This Piptr S. LKBHON TEXT-Dan- lel MKMOllT VKH9E8 IS, It. dhnll bring 00 I.I) EN TKXT-'O- od Notember 2, ,1911 Thl J he said with a smile, that danced Setter to hide from the Indian scouts tho graves of our people. In his eyes, as the sunbeams Dance on (ho waves of tho sea, and Lest they should count them and sco how many already havo perished!" vanish agnln In a moment. Atdcn laughed as he wroto, nnd still Sadly his fnc,e he averted, and strodo up and down, nnd was thoughtful. tho Captain continued: "Look! you can sco from this window Fixed to the opposite wall was a my brntcn howitzer planted shelf of books, nnd among them High on the roof of tho church, a preacher who speaks to tho pur- Prominent throe, distinguished atlko for bulk and for binding; pose. Steady, straightforward, nnd strong. llarlffc's Artillery Oulde, and the Commentaries of Cncsar, with Irreslsllblo foglc. flashing conviction Orthodox, right Out of tho Latin translated by Arthur Ooldlngo of London, Into the hearts of the heathen. Now we nre ready, I think, for any And, ns If guarded by theso, botwecn them was standing the Illble. assault of the Indians; ICt them come. If tbey like, and the Musing n moment before them, Miles Standish paused, ns If doubtful sooner they try It the better-- Let them come, It they like, bo It saga- Which of the three ho should choose more, sachem, or powwow, for his consolation nnd comfort. With Illustration Asplnct, Samosct, Corbltant, Sqtmnto, Whether the wnrs of tho Hebrews, the by or Tokaniahamon!" famous campaigns of tho Homans, Howard Chandler Christy Or tho Artlllory practice, designed for Long at tho window ho stood, and belligerent Christians. wistfully gazed on the landscape. Finally down from Its shelf ho dragged Washed with a cold gray mist, the tho ponderous Roman, (Jotpnri Oupjrtkt,Tti vapory broath of tho east wind. Seated hlmrolf at tho window, nnd opened tho book, and In silence Forest and meadow and hill, and the steel-bluIcnves. rim of tho ocean, Turned o'er tho Lying silent and sad. In tho afternoon Miles where thumb-mark- s thick on tho margin, shadows and sunshine Over his countenance flitted a shadow Llko the trample of feet, proclaimed In the Old Colony days, In Plymouth, like thote on tho landscape. the battle was hottest. tho land of the Pilgrims, 0 loom Intermingled with light; and Nothing was heard In tho room but fro In a room of Mi slmplo To and his voice was subdued with emotho hurrying pen of tho stripling, and prlmltlvo dwelling. riuslly writing epistles Important, to, tion, oC Clad in doublet and hose, and boots go by the Mayflower, Tendornoss, pity, regret, as after a Cordovan leather, pause he proceeded: Ready to sail on tho morrow, or next Strode, with a martial air. Miles Standish, tho Puritan Captain. Hurled In thought bo seemed, with his hands behind aim, and pausing Ever and anon to behold bis glittering weapons of warfare. Hanging la shining array along tho walls of the chambor Cutlass aud corselet of steel, and his trusty sword of Damascus, Curved at tho point and Inscribed with its mystical Arabic sentence While underneath, in a corner, woro fowllng-plecc- . musket, and match- BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL DEPARTMENT OF BEREA COLLEGE (The Citizen Is a ipecimeH of oar work.) STORY J Courtship ov-r- ry Standish clliles work Into Judgment, with every Ctrl thin, whether It be good or whether 1J:H. It lw evIl'-Kc- el. T1MB Thn event described belong-- to tho last years ot the exile. It. C SW. when Uabylon wti taken by Cyrus and his general. The di'crcn of return, and the first return, occurred a year or two later. FIjACTJ Habylon the rapllnl, enlnrged, bc.iutllled and fortified by Ntbuchsdnes-sa- r. Undor tho great Nebuchadnezzar Babylon roso in grandeur, power and enrds, rtportr, sermons, aud Prints bocks in the best manner, and at lowest prices. students, Your patronage is naked to help and to insure your pelting your money's worth. Call at tho office, or send orders by mail. You will get satisfaction. Terms cash. Addrcsn hand-billIcttcr-hcndi, BEREA PRINTING SCHOOL, Berca, Ky. HOUSES TO RENT To those who have children to educate nnd wish to reside in n longer or shorter time to enjoy its educational advantages, the College has a number or houses, large and small, some of them partly furnished, to rent on reasonable terms. Address Duttba-kUrn- Standish e well-wor- lock. Short of stature ho was, but strongly built and athletic. Broad in the shoulders, with muscles and sinews of Iron: Brown as a nut was his face, but his russet beard was already Flaked with patches of snow, as hedges sometimes lit November. Near him was seated John Aldon. his friend and household companion. Writing with diligent speed at a table of pine by the window; with dollcate Fnlrhalrod, azure-eyed- , deep-cheste- extent, till It became the most magnificent and beautiful city of antiquity. In those days Habylon was tho metropolis ot the world, tho center ot commorco, nrt and wisdom. Tho wealth of tho world poured Into Its Uabylon was the strongest coffers. fortress In nit tho world. Oelshaxzar was tho acting king ot Habylon at the tlmo ot this lesson, while his father Nnbonldas was the nominal and legal king who lived and warred outside ot the city. Cyrus had been advancing toward Dabylon. Ho gained a decisive victory over Nabohldus, on his way to tho capital, nnd his army entered tho city without lighting, and peace was proclaimed. A portion of the city, probably tho citadel Including tho royal pnlaco, hold out for some tlmo, being occupied by tho army of Uelsbazzar as a rallying place. Two or thrco weeks lntor Cyrus made his triumphal entry into the city. Seven days later, tho general of Cyrus stormed that part ot Habylon which had held out against his army, and on that night Uelsbazzar was si tin. It was during this wcok that Ilolshnzzer made a magnificent banquet to encourage his generals and princes in their struggle with tho Medo-Perslan lierca for THE COLLEGE TREASURER, Berca, Ky. THE BEREA HOSPITAL NURSE TRAINING SCHOOL OF BEREA COLLEGE of n limited number ot patients. creases prospects of recovery. Has best operating room and all modern appliances (or cart Hospital titainunt ttatly it. Rates One Dollar n day and up. Bond for prompt payment required. For further particulars address THE HOSPITAL, Bcrec, Ky. foo. and the beauty thereof, as tho captives Whom Saint Gregory saw, and exclaimed, "Not Angles, but Angels." Youngest ( all was ho of the men who canio In tho Mayflower. tho silence, the diligent scribe interrupting. Spake, In tho pride of his heart. Miles Standish, tho Captain of Plymouth. "Look at theso arms," ho said, "the warlike weapons that bang here Burnished and bright and clean, as If for parade or Inspection! This Is tho sword of Damascus I fought with la Flanders; this breastplate. Well I remember tho day! once saved my llfo In a skirmish; Here in front you can soe the very "Look at These dint of the bullet Fired point-blanat my heart by a Yonder thore, on tho hill by tho sea, Spanish arcabucero. lies burlod Rose Standish; Had it not been of sheer steel, the for- Ileautlful rose of love, that bloomed got tea bones of Miles Standish for me by the wayside! Would at this moment be mold. In She was tho first to die ot all who grave In the Flemish their came In the Mayflower! morasses." Green above ber is growing the field Thereupon answered John Aldcn, but of wheat we havo sown there. looked not up from his writing: Truly the breath of tho Lord hath slackened the speed of the bullet; lie In his arcy preserved you, to be our shlflld and our weapon!" Still the Captain continued; unheeding the words of tho stripling: "See, how bright they are burnished, Fidelity Shown by Virginia as if in an nrsonal hanging; That Annals of That Is localise I have dono It myHistory May Be self, and not left It to others. k Saxon complexion. Having tho dow of youth, Suddenly breaking Arms," He Said. day at latest, God willing! Homeward bound with the tidings ot all that terrible winter. Letters written by Alden, and full of tho name of Prlscllla, Full ot tho name and the fame of the Puritan maiden Prlscllla! (TO HE CONTINUED.) High Degree of Devotion "Dark' Searched to Match. sides enduring the exposure, we had forded the river nine times in tho vain effort to avoid large bodies of tbo enemy's troops. The sand had got Into my boots, and when my socks were taken off, the skin camo off with them. I was a pitiable object. Dick stuck to me. He was frco now to go whero he pleased, but he never left me. He wns by my cot all day, kept off the flics from my raw and skinless feet, and did what he could to alleviate my sufferings. At night ho orept under my cot and took his only rest on tho bare ground. When I wns well enough to go north with Colonel Peg; ram, I asked Dick what ho wns going to do, now that ho was free. He said that ho would go with me. When I told him that wns impossible, ho "Well, if I can't go with you, said: 1 will go back to Mis' I.lzlo" (my Ths puritan Maiden, Prlscllla. Serve yourself, would you be well served, Is au excellent adago; So I take rare of my arms, us you of your pens and your Inkborn. Then, too, there are my Midlers, my great Invincible wmy. Twelve tncu, all equipped, having each his rott and his matchlock, Eighteen shilling a month, together with diet and pillage. And, Itko Cnenar. ( know the name of each of uiy soldiers!" Dirk wns a nlrror. lust a Virginia slave nigger. When a little boy, he was scullion in the kitchen. He thn wood and water for the cook. and scoured the pots and kettles, aud turned the spit when tne turiccy wus nvi.t IT illrmlnc and basting the gravy from the pan, and nodding In his work after tho manner ot an smau darkies. when the war came tbo carriage rested in the carriage house, tho tnken bv the Yankees. hnnni and Dick became my servant in tho wife). When he, was leaving I gave ulnl army of the south a gentleman s gen $200 In Virginia Valley bank notes (It tleman, ns he called himscii. tJn tnnn (ivpr had a more faithful was before the days of Confederate and devoted follower .than I bad In money), and ho walked 2C3 miles by Dick. He was captured twice with me way of Staunton ICO, and down the by Union forces, and each time re valley, n hundred and thirteen to my fused tho freedom whtcn nis capture home in the valley, nnd gavo my wlfo him "I don't want to be no freer 196 of the money. MaJ. A. It. H. Hanthan I always has been," be said on son, Late Major of Artillery, C. S. i., in Harper's Magazine. once i both ot theso occasions, fnr belne drunk. Think of discharging a slave! It was at Physical Limitations. Chattanooga, and DICK hung arouna There was a very stupid play prefor several days and was headquarters very unhappy, r many ne came to mo sented early In the New York season with a Ulble In his hand and said: "I an "adaptation" tt was called by th will the besMintured critics ..int. In nwcnr on this that 1! you drop author, Kven dUgust went away In One newspaper ti.ick I will not drink a during the war." Ho took the oath representative turned to another and and kept tt faithfully to the ena, at aid: "If this Jutnui bad been pr sented on the other side of th watvr Appomatto. When 1 was captured at Wch Moun- It would have been blrsed. As there tain I wo4 111, and was pant to tbe were a tot of foreign visitors present LVxtarul lilunltnl an lmroeuf tent I I wnndtr that It wis not" really U a worn r. was the had not fully recovered whu we evac uated our position, and wandering other's reply "I would Ilka to bavr nhrait thn mountains in the rain for hisseu tuysolf butyou cn.i't rswt te nn tiii"' llftro two days and two nights without food and hiss had brought on a reupso. aaq oe wdtan Maeiil car-rip- rl 111 u-r- At his feast, therefore. Bclshazzar sought to remind his warriors of the old campaigns their forefathers had fought. Ho had in his possession tho If Mrs. Jones buys her cofTeo at treasures which these forefathers had they Smith's each week carried from Jerusalem when If the coffee in your storo is hotconquered Israel and, as it seemed to them, Israel's Jehovah. Ills conduct ter than Smith's and cheaper Why, TELL MRS. JONES I thus was not merely that of a drunkDon't dash wildly across tho en debauchee, but partly of n cool politician, when amid tho applauso ot street to tell her. thouch; she'd ft thousand rnnrtlprs and nrrnv com lauch at you. Insert a sano, forco-f- ul manders he orderod the sacred ves- - j advertisement in this paper DVia VI KllV IVUIJIV Ui f II USUI ITUI IU about your coffoo. brought into tho hall of feasting. Such We'll catch her eyo by makinff a scene would All tho hearts of tho your ad. attractive. Then all that warriors and nobles to to do is to take in overflowing with daring, and also is left for you bring a worthy occasion for tho di- the money for tho coffee Mrs. vine interference to encourago his Jones buys. pcoplo on tho eve of their deliverbj W. N. U.I i)l.Jrtbt. ance. In tho midst of the carousal, tbe king saw tbo fingers ot n man's hand writing strango words, "letters of fata nnd characters of fear." on tbo wall In tbo full blaze of tho candlestick, perhaps tho great golden candlestick taken from tho temple. Thcro Is something bloodcurdling In tho visibility ot but a part ot tho hand and If you are in Its busy writing. business and you Uelsbazzar, In his terror and horror, want to make summoned his wise men to declaro what the strange apparition and the more money you blazing letters meant, and promised will read every great rewards to the one who should word we have to Intorprct them; but all failed. Either they could not make senso ot the letsay. Are you ters, or could not perceive what meanspending your ing they had. money (or ad. Then the queen mother, mother of vertising-- in haprtclshazzar, came In and spoko of Daniel as ono who had shown great hazard fashion gifts nt interpretation to his grandfaas if intended place ther Nebuchadnezzar. It took lor charity, or do you adverbeforo this boy king was born, and he, naturally, knew nothing about the tise for direct results? story. Daniel was sent for, and camo Did you ever stop to think Into tbo festival hall. He heard the how your advertising can be king's offer, and spurning It, spoko bravo and truo words which might made a source of profit to easily cost htm his life. Ho told the you, and how its vtilue can be story ot Nebuchadnezzar's fall from measured in dollars and tho height of pride, and accused blm of dishonoring the truo Cod. Then bo cents. If you have not, you Interpreted the message written on are throwing money away. tho palace walls: "Thou nrt weighed Advertising is a modern In tho balatit.es nnd found wanting." business necessity, but must The want of religious restraints and motives, exposes one undefended to be conducted on business tho powers ot temptation. Uelsbazzar principles. If you are not would enrich tho splendor of his foast satisfied with your advertising by tho sacred goblets nnd dishes of gold that Nebuchadnezzar had taken you should set aside a certain from the temple at Jcruialem. They amount of money to be spent were brought, nnd made to bo instrurevelry nnd lust, ments for drunken and worship of idols, thus declaring that tho Idols had given them the victory over tho Ood of tho .Tows. d Find the Man fu0 (UHjr1ni,MV b, w N. I I Every man and woman Is anxious necessity or to buy some article luxury everyday of his or her life. Single handed it would take yon months to seek out those interested in your line of business. An advertisement in thia paper does the work instantaneously. It corrals the purchaser brings him to your store makes him buy things yon advertised. Enlarging Your Business annually, and then carefully note the effect it has in in- creasing your volume of busi- ness; whether a 10, 20 or 30 per cent increase. If you watch this gain from year to you will become intensely interested in your advertising, and how you can make it enlarge your business. If you try this method we believe you wil not want to let a single issue of this paper go to press without something from your store. We will be pleased to have you call on us, and we will take pleasure in explaining our annual contract for so many inches, and how it can be used in whatever amount tbat seems necessary to you. If you can sell goods over the counter we can also show you why this paper will best serve your interests when you want to reach the people of this community. .... ais-M- "' Tho social power of tho wlno cup, Its connection with feasting, comrade-rnip- , hospitality, good cheer, U one of Its moKt dangerous attractions. And ouo of tbo chief defences agaicnt its pnvi'er lies In showing that good cheer, fellowship, sociability, eating together, mny be enjoyed in tho highest degree whero men "eat and drink and In communion sweet quaff Immortality and Joy." without tbo fascination ot thn wlno cup. Dnlsbazzar lost his city and his kingdom. Ro still by intemperance are men continually throwing away the kingdom Cod has prepared for them, tho kingdom of manhood, tho kingdom of the kingdom ot tho wi d in which wo live and of its laws wh::h we can compel to aid us lu all that Is good. Tho days of Intemperance are num bered when all the boys become totnl sbftalncrs. Tbo wise young man sees in It that tbe whole question of lha use rf Intoxicating liquors Is weighed In tbo balances ot reason, of Hckuce, of observation. The Right Kind of Reading Matter Tho homo news; tho doings of tho people In this town; tho gossip of our own community, that's the first kind of reading matter you want. It is more Important, more interesting to you than that given by the paper or magazine from tho outside world. you should buy. It is the first reading matter Each issue of this paper gives to you just what you will consider The Right Kind ot Reading Matter. I November 2, 1911 THE CHILDREN BUILT HIS OWN MOTOR CYCLE George Vineyard of Kansas City Calls Hli Machine a Tricar Did Work In Laliure Moments. HOW TO MAKE A WHISTLE, First take a willow bouih. Smooth and round and dark, And cut a little rlnc Just through the outside bark, Thm Imp and rap It gently With many a pnl and poumj To loosen up the bsrk Bo It may turn around. Tou'to wondered if bat tbat cross between an ncroplano and motor car vmia that you're seen skimming over (tio bouloTardaT Well, tbat'a Ucorge Vlneynrd's tricar. To let you In on (tio secret enrly, n tricar la a tancy name (or n motor cycle. George built bis tricar In leisure three-wheele- d tours r onit, nays the Kansas City Star. Qcorgo Is nifty at several things, be says, doing expert electrical work back of bin bouio nt 2353 (1111-bn- when busy professionally, cooking when bo's hungry and being a bachelor all of tbo time. An to tbn tricar: At a distance It d resembles on ordinary motor cycle with an additional seat between tbo two front wheels. Closer three-wheele- George Vineyard and His Tricar. examination rccvals the working parts. unlike anything yet on tbe market. The Miurces tor the mechanism are summed up about like this: Orient. Mcrkle-lndlan- . Cadillac-Blu- e lllrd-tiln- being a gallant touch wben you rucall that Mr. Vineyard Is n bachelor. The engine Is one of four horsepower taken from an Orient buckboard. Tbero Is no transmission on Mr. Vineyard's tricar, the machine always runs on high speed. It Is geared to run about thirty-fivmiles an hour. Tbo handle bars are made from gas pipe; tbo throttle and spark cr are regulated by levers near the driver's scat. Mr. Vineyard says his love of tinkering led blm to built tbe car aid that be has no Idea of getting a patent on It e rr, the last AFRAID OF HIS PROWESS. Tbe lllrd Hut I ain't no crow, silhouette dove! Names. 1 Names. Answers. The "Smoky Mountain.- - ML Po Geographical pocatepetl. 2 4 C Tbe Strait of Ilabelmcndcb. Tbo "Great lllver." Rio Grnnde, Tho "lloat Destroyer." Amnion. "Foaming River." Kbro. Tbo "Vnle of Paradise." Valpa raiso. The "(Jato of Tears." Pruning and spraying aro the two operations that can bo successfully carried on In midwinter, sayB tbe Suburban Life. The pruning of all trees Blip the bark off carefully. can bo done, but unless there Is a Bo that It will not break. largo number the warmer weather of And cut away th Inside part. And then a mouth-pteclate February or carlr March will make. GRAVITY CHUTE FOR PICKING make tho work less dlsagreablo. Now put the bark all nicely back Grapes, however, can bo pruned to And In a stnsla minute, now, as the wounds will then Jui put tt to your lips Will Reach to Top of Twenty-FivAnd bloW Id whittle In It. have become hardened beforo thq sap Foot Ladder and Convey Fruit to begins to flow. Baskets on Ground. FIVE TREES ARE REMARKABLE Spraying Is Important,, for tho San A cbuto which will Jose scale must be killed In order to 8offar, Found In rlubla and Soudan, ladder have perfect fruit; nnd then there are reach to tho top of a Produces Whistling Sound and convey tho fruit to baskets on tho other Insects, such as the aphlds, "Cow Tree" Gives Milk. ground, has been Invented by a fruit which winter In tho egg stage on tho grower of Orange county, New York, bark. Tho same spray that kills the The "whistling tree," or ncacla fis- says the Popular Mechanics. The Snn Jore scale will destroy these tula, Is found In Nubia nnd the Soueggs. dan. The Arabs call It "soffar." or Brown-tn.i- l moths will bo found In Pipe, because of tho whistling sound what nppenr to bo nothing but crumthat It produces, and tbe specific bled leaves. Tbe tent caterpillar may name of "fistula," a word also mean be found In the form of eggs, a mass log pipe or flute, has been given It of them In n brown, shiny maBs encir for tbe ssmo reason. cling tho twigs of apple and other Insects Infest tbe tree, and deposit trees. The tussock can their eggs In Its shoots. A gall-likbo told by Its frothy whlto covering; excrescence, about nn Inch nnd a half there moths arc particularly fond of tn diameter. Is produced at the base plum trees, but aro often found on of tbe shoots, and wben the larvae other trees. Cut off the twigs hold havo emerged from circular boles In ing these Insects. tho sides of tbo shoots, the boles, If tbe rough bark of apple nnd other played upon by the wind, produce a trees Is scraped with a hoe or similar whistling sound equal to tbat protool, many Insect eggs will be reduced by n sweet-toneflute. moved. All prunlngs, scrapings and Tho "cow tree" Is so called beInsect cocoons should bo burned. cause It yields an abundant supply of vClean out thoroughly nnd plug with milk. To obtain tho milk, deep Incement any holes In the fruit trees. cisions are made In the tree, from If thoroughly cleaned, decay will be which the fluid flows Into vessels stopped, and filling the holer will placed ready to rccclvo It. This vegegypsy moths or other Insects table milk Is white, somewhat viscid, from finding a home. and has an agreeable flnvor; and an Tho meadow mice, which frequently analysis of It shows that tt Is very Injure fruit trcos so badly during the much like the milk of a cow In Its winter by girdling them, burrow uncomposition. Tho cow tree grows on der the snow. If no protection has the slope of the mountain chain borbeen given the trees against them, dering on Venezuela, trnmp the anow down hard about each e Tbe "cloth trco" Is found at tree after each storm. In the South Sea. Tho bark Is taken off In long strips and put to CULTURE OF THE CARNATION soak over night In running water. Chute In Operation. The soaking softens It. so that the Flower Favors Rich, Tenacious Soil Inner fiber may be cnslly separated chnto Is made of canvas and Is providand Full Exposure to the 8un from the rest of the bark. Tho fibers ed with pockets so spaced as to alThey Like Moisture. are put together In lengths of about low the dropping of fruit Into It from eleven or twelve yards, and tbe any ruug of the ladder. Carnations like a rich, rather tenalengths aro placed side by side until It may be attached to any ladder by they nre at least twelve Inches In means of straps, and, ns It docs not cious poll and full exposure to the width, and two or three layers of add more than ten pounds to tho sun, says Park's Floral Magazine. They also do well in n shady place. fibers arc put one upon another. weight, tbo ladder may bo carried Tho fibers adhere together In one around and placed against tho trees If you wish them for winter bloompiece, nnd the material thus formed In tho usual way. Two baskets aro piece of placed on tho ground to receive the Is beaten upon a smooth wood until It becomes ns thin as mus- fruit as It drops from the trough prolin. It Is then bleached In the air vided to make the fall light. When for a time, when It Is ready to be one Is filled, the picker tips tho end of made up Into clothlnn the trough Into the other by means of Tbe "stinging tree" of Queensland a simple arrangement always within Is pleasing to tbe eye but dangerous reach. to the touch. Its effects are curious; It causes great pain to tbe person or animal tbat has the misfortune to KNIFE IS USEFUL IMPLEMENT get stung by It, but It leaves no And Handy In Orchards for Snipping Off wound, no mark of any kind. Bunches of Grapes or Other for montha afterwards tbe part stung Fruit Without Injury. la painful In rainy weather, or wben. In any way. It gets wet Frequently A man In the fruit country of Lower It Is necessary to shoot horses and dogs that have been stung by tbe tree, California has designed a thumb knlte. A Carnation. so maddening Is its effect upon tlum. which Is a very handy little Imple"angry tree" grows In Nevada, ment for snipping off bunches of Ing, set the plants out of doors. In a The eastern California and Arizona. Wben grapes or otber fruit. A metal thlm-bl- o rather sunny exposure. Nip out tbe has a sharp cutting blade project- shoots as they begin to push up, nnd In tbo least disturbed this highly sensitive tree shows Its Anger by ruf- ing from the end, like a long thumb- thus encourage the plants to stool out fling up Its leaves and emitting a dis- nail. Along, tho mouth of tbe thimble and become busby. In autumn, pot o Is a row of perforations for tho agreeable odor. these, with good drainage, get them of sewing It fast to a cloth finger established for tbe window, and they stall, which In turn has a drawing FIRST-CLAS- S TRAP string at Its open end. With this lit- will bloom during tho winter. Water RABBIT moderately when In pots, and do not tle Implement fastened on his thumb, allow the sun to shine against the of One Can Be Made Out a man can pinch fruit off tho vines sides of the pot. They like a rather Boards With Sides and Bottom and trees with great rapidity and wnrm, moist atmosphere. Twenty-Fou- r Inches Long. without Injuring it tn the least. Just was strong as If his own thumb-nai- l This trap Is made of Cinch boards. enough and sharp enough to cut says a writer In the Missouri Valley Farmer. Sidea and bottom are 24 Inches long, the top 21 Inches. Tbe door should bo 1 Inch nnrrowcr than Inside of box and should run loose, to a e frult-plckinwhite-marked e pro-ve- nt Ola-heltFrult-Plckin- g pur-pos8lx-lnc- h IS 3 Horticulture THE CITIZEN. PRUNE AND SPRAY IN Page Serea. WINTER Unless There Are Large Number of Trees Warmer Weather of February or March Will Do. BE RE A PIve Great Schools Under One Manageveat FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE Ol THE MOUNTAINS What lire Yor Talents? What Are Yoar Alms? Berea Has the Training That is Best Per TOO. 'Are you not far advanced T Then enter the FOUNDATION SCHOOL, Thoe. A. Edwards, Superintendent. Her will be placed with other Ilka yourself, nnder a special teacher, asad most rapid progress. You will master Arithmetic and the ranches and be ready to us them. You will have singing, dranrtag. To Ono year h and household management, and free station School coats less than $90 and Is worth $1,000. Are you aiming to be a tcachert Then Join the NORMAL SCHOOL, John Wirt Dlnsmore, Dean. Her rem win fc a trained that you will fear no examination, and you will be taught haw tat teach. The demand for Berea trained teacher far ex coeds th supply. Are you Interested tn earning money? THE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, Mile E. Marsh, Dean. Home Science. Meuntaln Agriculture. Woodwork and Carpentry. Nursing. Printing and Business Course. Ete. Her you soon double your earning power, and learn to enjoy text-boo- tt Book-Blndln- thing la a superior manner. Are you desiring the next best thing to a College Court? Th two year or three years In the Dean. Tw GENERAL ACADEMY COURSE, Francis E. Matheny, years, or three years. In uch practical studies aa will fit you for aa home ablo and useful llf. You select your studies from such aa these: Pay-olothe science of health; Civics tho sclenco of government; OiasasT Ethics the science f rih tho art of correct speech and and wrong; History necessary for politics, law and general l8telllgeaes Botany necessary for the doctor and Interesting to every lady; Phyale tc, etc. the science of machinery; Drawing, Bookkeeping, Do you wish to prepare to enter CollegoT Start In the BEREA ACADEMY PREPARATORY C0URSE8, Francl E. MsUienyv Dean. Best traindng In Mathematics, Languages, Science and History. s and Men' Dormitory, and a larg hotr has Its own of student of high character and ability, able instructors, and na 0V lege Library and apparatus. cr letter-writinclass-room- Berea College Th College Itself stands apart from all tho other schools ender It ajrement and ha long maintained the highest standards knows la th Son taw To conform to the Carnegie standards wo have diminished our former- - requirements! Required and electlvo studies wKh opportunity t cuaueuU'SSSi Laboratories an particular line. Largest coUcgo library tn Kentucky. quipped for student practice. Course loading to the degree f A. BV, V B B. Lv, and B. Ped. Culture, Piano, MUSIC (Singing Free). Reed Organ, Vole Band, may be taken for special fee In connection with work ha' any of tt above schools. Thtr Questions Answered College, With It aaihU) . Institution. It require certain fee. ft expends many thousand of dollars each year for the benefit of It students, giving highest advantage at lowest cost,, and arranging for tudet to earn and save In every way. OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY, with careful regulations to the character and reputation of the young people. Our students cos fx the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve. For any wh i b sick the College provide doctor and nurse without extra charge. All except those with parents la Berea live In College building assist In work of boarding hall, farm and shops, receiving valuabl trailing, and getting pay according to the value of their labor. Except la wla-- j ter It is expected that all will have a chanco to earn a part of their n. Write to the Secretary beforo coming to secure cmploymesL PER80NAL EXPEN8E8 for clothing, laundry, postag. books, U, vary with different people. Berea favor plain clothing. Our climate la the best, but a student must attend claasea regardless of the weather, warn wrap a and underclothing, umbrellaa and overshoes are necessary. The tlv Store furnishes books, toilet articles, work uniforms, umbrellaa other necessary article at cost. LIVING EXPENSE8 are really below cosL The College ak no for the fine buildings In which sti'denta live, charging only enough rent to nay for cleaning, repairs, fuel, lights, and washing of bedding towels. For table board, without coffee or extras, 11.35 a week. In the fU and 11.50 In winter. For furnished room, with fuel, lights, washing of bV ding, 40 to (0 cent foe each person. SCHOOL FEE8 are two. First a "Dollar Deposit," a guarantee far return of room key, library book, etc. This Is paid but once, and ie rlunea when the student departs. Second an "Incidental Fee" to help on expenses for car of school bnUeV tngs, hospital, library, etc. (Students pay nothing for tuition or service t teachers all our Instruction Is a free gift). The Incidental Fee for mott CoB tudonts Is 5.00 a term, 36.00 In Academy and Normal, and $7.00 la glate courses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent fc the term, board by tho half term. Installments aro a follows: chools, Bert, 1 Friend ef Working not a Student, Berea money-makin- g ess-pe- Co-pr- FALL TERM Vocational Academy and Foundation School. and Normal. $ 5.00 College. Incidental Fee Room Board, 7 weeks I WO 0.45 6.00 7.00 6.45 f 7J' .it-Tot- al 7.6 Monte"Black Mountain." TRAP SHUT TRAP OPEN negro. 8 Tbe "Long Lake." Kennebec. Rabbit Trap. A Tbe "Tortoise Islands." Gala The trigger Is prevent freezing. Uncus. Range." 10 Tbo "Buow-clnSierra made of No. 12 wtro and books onto Nevada. nail head that projects through hole In back end of trap. Bait with apple 11 The "Mother of Waters." Chesa pcakc. or corn. With this kind of trap we caught 160 rabbits last fall. 12 Tbo "Father of Waters." Missis slppl Mem- 13 Tbo "Lake of Abundance." Rules for Dolls. pbremugog. Tbo following maxims havo recent 14 Tho "River of Joy." Guadlna. ly been published In a paper for 15 The "Windblown Cloud." W young folks, and one cannot resist the bash suspicion that they are Intended not 16 The "Mountain of I.lgbL" Lich. so much for dolls, as for dolls' own tcnfeU. ers. As such. It is recommended tbat 17 Tbe "Rich Lake." Baikal they bo read and pondered. 18 Tho "Fruitful Mountain." Cerro doll should be A wooden-headeGordo. careful not to hit her bead against 19 Tho "Land of Dawn." Asia. ber mother, lest she should hurt her. 20 Tho "Swift Water." Tallapoosa, A doll should keep away from the 21 The "Prospect Mountain." Mon rocking-chairs- , as the rockers may tevldeo. crush ber. 22 Tbo "Cat's Throat." CattcgaL A wax doll should avoid the Are, It sbo wishes to preserve a good comWhat the Baby Says. plexion. "Can your baby brother talk nowT Often an old doll with a cracked Clara. bead anti a sweet smile Is more be asked a visitor of "Ym," sbo replied, "ho can say some loved than a new doll with a sour words real well." "Indeed! And wbat face. are tbeyT" asked the visitor. "I don't It la a bad plan for dolls to be Clara, "They are stretched out on the floor, as peopltf know," roplled words I never heard bofore." are apt to tread upon them; and a doll tbat Is trodden oa Is sure to go He Squinted. Into a decline. Teacher Now, Johnny, what Is tbe tbhd letter of tbo alphabet? First Requisite. Sunday School Teacher Tommy, Small Johnny Dunno. Teacher Yes you do. Wbat Is It what must wo do to bo forgiven? you do with your eyes? Tommy We must first do tonic-thin- s Ctna 11 Johnny Mother says I squint. to be forgiven for, 7 First-Class 1 Tbr Pruning Trees. Never remove a limb which tfcero Is not a good reason for taking out. You can take It out mighty easy, but you can't put It buck. Never tako out a limb this year that you are sure will not do any harm It you do not take It out until next year. Certainly tbe diseased wood must be taken out; all limbs that are so diseased where there Is no hope of recovery from' any treatHere Is another mistake: ment. Very many times thoso limbs are taken out nnd are left lying in the orchard, and the spores of disease In tbom will Infect healthy wpod very nearly as well, from tho limbs on the ground as If left on the treca Tbey ought to be removed. Strawberry beds need looking after. Apples should be picked and handled carefully. There Is a growing demand for gooseberries and currants. You cannot prune too much, but you must know what to prune away. Tbe disk la better than the plow tn the orchard for breaking up sod. Spraying with lime sulphur this fall will be benetlcl.il to all the trees. Few people know how delicious a good winter pear Is because they are so rare. As to pruning we hnve learned that Handy Orchard Knife. moro of It must be done or our trees through tbe branches. With some will bo ruined. to have good pears methods of removing grapes, for in- as It Is Just as easygood apples If ono stance, a slight pulling Is necessary, goesIt la to have at tt right. and Ibis Invariably results In n quanYellow peaches are always In tity of the riper fruit falling from tbe although the quality Is Inferior bunch. to tho white Meshed kinds. There Is u shortago of all small (30.05 Amount due Sept. 13, 1911 9.45 Board 7 weeks, due Nov. 1, 1911....... $23.15 9.45 131.90 631.40 123.4 for term If paid In advance $29.50 J29.00 32.9 652.4 WINTER TERM Incidental Fee Room Ard. I COO . I Iwetki 6.00 8.00 $20.00 9.00 $29.00 $28.50 $ 6.00 7.20 9.00 I 1 1J M 1U tU Amount due Jan. 3. 1912 Board 6 weeks, due Feb. 14, 1912 $22.20 9.00 $31.20 $30.70 $ 6.00 - Total for term If paid In advance SPRING TERM $32J J1J f 7.4 . Incidental roe Room Board, , B '. week 5.00 4.00 6.75 6j0 6.75 $17.75 6.75 ttfi Slf.7 Amount due March 27. 1912 Board 6 weeks, due May 1, 1912 $15.75 6.75 IM $24.50 $26.5 $22.50 Total for term fruits in tho markets and they are 2CuM 124.00 $22.00 If paid In advance year by year. getting scarcer More depends upon the right choice Plan Now, Come January of klndB of fruit to set tban upon any otber one factor as to profit In the orchard, young man or young woman can get nn education at Any Olvo the apple orchard plenty of fer Berea If there is tbo wU to do bo.' tillzer, particularly potash and phosIt is a great advantage to start In tho Fall and have a full year of con- -' phoric add. A starved orchard Is not ng tlnuous study. Many young people waste tlmo In the publlo nchools ;c-Ia money-makesume things, when thoy mlHht bo liuprovlug mucb Apples after being picked should be over and over tho left In piles beforo storing away until faster by coming to Berea and starting In on now studies with sorao of th tbey go through n "sweatlug" process, best young men nnd women from other counties and 8tatcs. as tt Is termed. Mako your plans to como January 3d. The barrel Is a good apple package, providing tt Is rightly packed tbe For Information or'frleudly advice write tc tho Secretary. ( same variety, size and quality of fruit 3d able-bodie- all tbo way through labeled. and uonenUy D. WALTER MORTON, berea, ky. Page Eight. THE CITIZEN. November 2, 191 1. this vicinity for tho last ten days pv urday nnd 8unday nro regular church turned homo, Sunday, Riley Mooro days at Fnlrvlow. Mrs. Will Sims o to St. Helens nfter Ms who has boon sick Is some better. H Is gono O' mothcHn-law- , Mrs. Combs, who will .Mr. Huso Lovctt nnd Hlrara Plgg of X o spend tho winter In his home. Mm. Jackson County wero In Iloono, Stubblefleld who has be.?n day. Mrs. J. Wren visited Mrs. Jno. o M living nt Viva with her brother, F. 0. Richmond, 8unday. Grover Thomas o n Jones, has returned to this vicinity, purchased a saddlo maro from J. II. nlei tltnfd In tall Ijr Ite writer. Itt rirre He cottip4ect fcuMlibri a Mrs. Molllo Mooro of McKeo was Lambert n few days ngo. Mrs. Mat-hetrldtact ot tood faith. Write pUUly. li not (or pobllctlon, but i 0 on business tho pnst week. G. tlo Gndd of Rod; ford visited her aIIOMOWOMOIlOIIOItOMoatOltOltOltOltOOMoMOMOMOMOMOtlOMOilOMOMOMOM A. Jones sold a part of his farm to daughter, Mrs. Nora Wren on Sunday. at present. People nro very busy now Dan Steward of Louisville. Mrs. Ad- - I Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Chasteen Plan for January 3 illRglng potatoes nnd gathering apples. Olpson has been visiting her ' tended church at Macedonia, Sunday, Potatoes nro very scarce. Jerry York parents, Mn and Mrs. Henry Evnns Rooms Scarce Engage One Now I). S. Phelps of Copper Creek was is building n now barn. Mary Cuna-gl- of Llto, tho past week. J. M, Morgan In Boons ono day last week. .Messrs. Tho very unusual ruBh to Derea tho llttlo girl, staying at Kilns purchased n nlco tnllk cow from G. 'Joe and John King recently moved to this fall has filled up the rooms avall-nbl- o Cnsteel's, died recently. Miss Ncrvn Blair for $20. Miss Ellen V. Fay property belonging to D. 0. Martin. for students so that thoso who Cornelius who Is teaching at Dry nnd Lula Mooro will enter school nt WaltPr Wren of Bcrca passed thru AkaBhttmly Purm wish to como at opening of winter Fork is visiting homo folks at present- Annvlllc, Monday. Boono, Sunday. Mrs. Anglo Huff of term, Jan. 3, must bo suro to send s-Horn O. C. Pur-ke- y, to Mr. and Mrs. CAUICO Snider wns visiting her mother near their dollar deposit nnd cngago a a flno boy. Carlco. Oct 30. Wo havo hnd sonio Iloono ono day last week. K. C.Wivn ho room right now. Wo hope to very heavy frosts In this county. ; nnd Geo. Poyntor of Morgan wero vis nilAYIIAWK ablo to accommodate thoso who nro Gray Hawk, Oct. 23. Everybody Is Tho Infant ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Orbln King homo folks, ono day last weok. teaching nnd wish to pursuo their potatoes, sowing Smith fell Into a pan of boiling wator Mrs. W. II. Lambert was In Berea, With minimum trouble and cost bisNormal studies In tho winter nnd busy digging sweet many others as possi- wheat nnd making cross ties. Tin whero Mrs. Smith had scalded a Monday. spring, nnd ns cuit, cake and pastry are made fresh, WIMIIK ble, particularly tho farm boys who sweet potato crop Is fine, but Irish chicken and was badly burned Mm. clean and greatly superior to the ready-mad-e, Lucy Evans of Moorcs Creek visited Wltdlo, Oct. 30. Miss Lcla Hunt wish tho winter term In Farm Manage- potatoes aro a failure. Mrs. H. Rico J, Bingham nnd wlfo relatives of this place, Monday and who Is teaching school nt Medical Is Improving. variety, dry, found-in-the-shment nt Writo today to tho Secretary. Let havo been visiting 'on Sexton's Creek Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. R. Roberts Springs was with homo folks and danger of alum food is avoided. Co. Marct8burg from Friday until Monus hear from you and wo will mak"o this week. Tho blazing star has havo returned from Breathitt horo they havo been visiting tho day-T- ho mado Its appoaranco nt Gray Hawk Rov. Masters of Corbln Is you wclcomo nnd comfortable. with Its tall which looks to bo forty 'lattcr'8 mother. Mrs. Addlo Glpsoil 'l.ntdlnir a revival nt Cono School- D. Walter Morton, Borca, Ky. or fifty feet long. H. L. Brumback of Tyner was hero visiting relative?, house this week. Born to Mr. nn l wns quietly married at tho homo of Monday nnd Tuesday. J. Fowler was Mrs. Sam Maples, last weok, a flno JACKSON COUNTY McKKK tho bride, Miss Mary Lalnhart, Wo hero last week on business. Oscar boy. Miss Ellen Wild had an enter- - John I'lillllps were visiting at Ills IN OUR OWN STATE Thursday. UnrUIn Mooro nnd Smith was visiting at Orbln Smith's, talnmcnt at Needmoro School. Satur- McKeo, Oct. 30. Judgo E. C. O'Rear hopo them a long nnd happy life. (Continunt from firHKc) o spoke to a largo crowd hero last Tho Rev. Harvey Johnson filled his Saturday night. Tho Rev. Alvlo Tus- - day. It was very much enjoyed ly ,8nnc ll0or toK l" "ni offset this charge n rather weak oni Mr. regular appointment at Gray Hawk soy has been holding a series of mcet-an- d Friday night In hehnlf ot comes from tho Democratic press that Tuesday. Ho was followed by audience. Tho Misses Ucrt Frank- preached on tho subject, "Jo- - ings nt tho Christian Church hous'j lin nnd Ucrtha Kish visited friends ul l,ho Iknubllcan party. J. W. Jones tlio Ropubllcnns nro preparing to buy Gilliam of Corbln. Judgo O'Rear M n tcmi of how Alex Smith up tho Kleventh nnd other mountain mado a good Impression upon all who seph nnd his Brethren." Scott Evans nt old Union. A. C. Cnrpcnter of Mt. Vernon, last week. Tho MIs.mcs heard him. Ho spoko on several nnd family wero visiting at J. R. Livingston bought n fine cow of Dn- - Cordla r.nd Mlnnlo Henslon and hro- - fur 2:, lnst week. Sorghum maU-the- r, districts nud expect O'Rear to go to Judgo ld Lear for $30 last week. Peopi planks of tho party platform but rut Bingham's over Sunday. wero tho guests of Mis '"B nnJ election tnlk Is nbout nil the Illuu Grass with forty thousand that is doing In this part nt present. majority. special emphasis on the plank conO'Rear spoko at McKeo, Tuesday, Tho debating team of Climax is cerning tho "County Unit Bill, tho to about fifteen hundred. Ho mado a 1IRVAN WIIOOPINO THEM UP getting along fine, speaking every Redisricting Clause and Good Roads" fine speech. Other good speeches wero NO NEED TO STEAL Mr. Urynn, ncconianled by Mr. Wednesday nlghtt Homer 1'hlllbn stereoptlcon views mado nnd thero was a free show at Tuesday night tho nnd Congressman James, be, Under scare headlines the Democratic press purports to lay llnre has moved, on tho state road near nnd moving pictures wero enjoyed by night. Hurrah for O'Rear, tho ticket (.nn his two (lays tour of tlio First a Luge scheme on the part of the Republicans to pad tlio election re. Goochland. Kva Sparks was vlsltlnx large number, the court room be- and that good paper, Tho Citizen. a nud Second Congressional Districts, turns from the mountain counties. A. O. I'lillllps. Friday. W. A. Phillips ing packed to suffocation. Tho Indifoxtown. Monday morning. Tho burden of Mr. is really c.iuso for fright nt the size of tlio returns, but There hrtH bon painting his dwelling houi. cations nt this tlmo show that a 23. Most all tho Foxtown, Oct. Ilryan's plea was not so much the there need be no fear of a "steal " The Republicans liuvo neither tho iwist week. John Witt nnd wlfo largo vote will bo polled In Jackson people of this placo went to McKee, election of Governor McCrenry ou tho disposition to steal nor nre they confronted with the necessity of were visiting In Goochland, Saturday Co. for O'Rear and tho Republican Tuesday, to hear tho speech of Judgo that of Olllo James to tho United stealing. The are going to get there another way. and Sunday, J. U Jones has been In States ticket, with perhaps onu exception. O'Rear. They say It cannot bo excelSemite No mention, of course, There is a young man on the ticket Mr. C. SVilson, candidate past week, loading luinbor. fceroa, Dr. Hendren, Independent candidate led. They also attended tho moving v.as mado of state Issues, since In for clerk of the Court of Appeals placed there first for his fitness, but W. Sparks iiaiwtl thru (iooohlan I, for State Senator for this district picture show at Wind Cave, Wednesthe ejes ot tho Democrats it makes secondarily because he had signally favored the party in two respects: Monday, enroulo to Jolinetta, John seems to bo gaining every day day at C:30, and Drip Rock, Thursllttlo difference what becomes of KenIt was he that, in figures indisputable, first showed the enormiD. II. day at 1 p. m. Bob G. Harrison nnd rhilllps was In Mt. Vernon th tucky. Mr. Uosworth. Mrs. l'. Their only Interest Is in tha ty of the injustice done the mountain sections of the state in thetnut. first of tho week on business. Baker returned last week from a few baby aro 111. Dr. Hays Is in attendNational campaign of 11)12. Mr. Hryuti, ter of unequal Legislative, Senatorial nud Representative districting. Inac Leger has been building a chim- or course, drew largo crowds, but days' visit In Berea. Mrs. C. Moore ance. Tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. It was he that in figures no less telling first showed that the uioun. ney for (i. V. tiabbard. Dr. Jones It Is predicted and son, Lloyd, visited at Mildred last J. C. Isaacs has been sick with that ns ho tain counties had never voted their full strength. In the one case still continues III. John W. Johnson v. Ill fall to land them heretofore Wednesday and Thursday. Jesse past week. Jno. Vicars tho in tlio voting lie gave his party the most sweeping indictment of its competitor nt M. has been cutting grass for J. who fell a few days ago and ot Dry Fork has recently moved to Farmer booth. the polls ns well as its strongest plea for votes, and in the other ho Jones. Frank Pennington was In hurt himself is able to walk about Madison. Shermnn Durham is erectAvnTiiiMi vniim.Mf ivr gave it a real basis of hope for victory. Goochland, Thursday, on business. on crutches. Mrs. Cynthia Ponder re- ing a nlco dwelling house on Dry HRKATHITT The figures relating to the Democratic Gerrymander of tlio mounMcKee last Tuesday from Fork. C. M. Baker was visiting Alturned to CI.I.M.t.V Report comes from Jackson, tain counties, we were the first to publish several months ago; those Major, Owsley Co. Arch Sealo of fred Mooro yesterday. Climax, Oct. 23. W. 11. Jones of Ilreathltt Co., that Anco White, who It Is reported in respect to the mountain vote we have purposely held back until Owsley Co., was in McKeo last weak that W. Johnson nnd wlfo separated Wlldlo passed thru our town, 8umla, Is not unknown In feud annals, was this time altho they have been published in other papers. They on business. enrouto to Wards, Jackson County. lust week, also J. R. Stono and wife. shot and fatally wounded by Cal were compiled ujion the theory that thero nre ns many voters per Charley Forsyth mado n business trip Henson, about ten miles from Jnc't-soISAACS. C. II. Cook, a prominent drummer thousand of population in the mountains ns elsewhere in the state, Owing to so much from Gray Hawk, btald over Monday to Uerea, Saturday. II. Mooro and Isaacs, Oct. 28. Monday. Tho details of tho killnnd iu summary they nre as follows; nlfo wciu In Louisville last weok.-- - ing havo not yet been made nubile. net weather corn Is rotting very bad- night with A. Moore. Sid Lalnhart John Coiw madu a business trip to ' yvhlto was recently tried nnd nciult- ly. Wm. Pennington, formerly of moved from his old farm this week The 19 Republican counties of the nth District with a population of 308,348 polled n little I cm than Livingston, has moved to this vicin- to a new ono roccntly bought on Red Uisputanta. triday.-- J. M. Rector is t,.,i for tno murder ot Jason Deaton. f their population, white 19 Democratic counnow making sorghum at his futlnv'i: ity. Robert K. Taylor Is having ti Lick. His son, J. T. Lalnhart will ties" llli a population 7,5 15 less polled n little more near Climax. Sixteen wa:ons loaded1 largo barn built. L. F. Edwards nud move to tho ono Just vacated. Hnm than 331 of their population or cast 17,(97 iuro IjUMMIUNtrtt oALt vote than were cast in the 19 counties of the nth DiMiss Penrllo Parrett were married, Farmer, teacher at Foxtown, visitwith cross lies were In our town nt strict. one time, lust Wednesday, enrouto to Umls III) the, Plantlff. tho 13th Inst, Wo wish them a long ed homefolks from Friday until SunIf there are as many voters per tliouarnl of popuby vs Johuettn. Mrs. Rosy Holllngsworth nnd useful life. George Pennington, day. Arbor Day was observed lation in the mountain" as elsewhere In the State, the Is very ioorly. Dr. It. II. I.ewl8 is Iu Llzzlo Finder, etc., Defendants. our hustling' merchant, is selling lots mobt teachers In this Division, Fri lie votlnjr strength of the nth District then ought to Under nnd by vlrtuo of n judgment of goods at a very low price. Call day. Tho Infant ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Ell Increased by more than 17,000 and the same should lc attendance. Arthur Chirk nnd wif'i true of the other mountain counties. nnd Miss Florcneo Clark wero vlalt- - tendered at tho Octolier term of tho and sso him. Mrs. Lucy Johnson ha? hu Rose Is dead, also an Infant of Hut in 190S in the l'resldental election 7ifc of the lug Taylor Clark anil family, Satur- - Madison Clicult Court In tho abovo moved near Annville. Mrs. Martha J Mr. and Mrs. Richard McFarland. It would seem to he just to vote cast was Republican. g day and Sunday at Langford. Our d- - styled action, tho underilgned Is vory sick wltli pneumonia. Baldwin Tho Misses Manda Lalnhart and Ella suppose then that 7l. of the tav-u- t home vote It Resociety will meet nt Climax, ter Commissioner ot said Court will Mr. and Mrs. Jerry York and Miss Mum of McKee visited at W. P. Ta- publican, or 7!X of the 17,197. or 12,322. Adding this number to the usual Republican majority we would Suslo Watson spent the past we-?Wednesday night. Tho subject fir on Saturday, Nov. ISth, 1311, In front nac's last Saturday night. Allen Powv have something over 35,000, provi.led the Democrats In Louisville, Ky., visited tho Mas- ell, tie and stavo Inspector, was In the boys and girls will b, "Which Is 01 the Court House door In Richmond, full vote; hut if they should should fall to get out their onic Home and attended tho Grand our community this week. ot the greatest usu to man the hortv) Ky., at 11 o'clock a. m. stll to the , the Republican poll their 2()'jb of the rhnhlop nf n W Q flnn Qnulo la TVNKR majority would still be over3o.o, In the nth District, cr cow." All come and have a good highest bidder at public miction tSw auid so In proportion in the other mountain Districts. building a chimney, for Asa Cornelius. time. Wo had a Republican mevtliu following described proK?rty or so Tyner, Oct. 29. Saturday nnd Sun- There was a debato at Pigeon Rost day wero regular church days at old r.t Climax, Friday night, last. A much thereof ns will produce tlu It will not be necessary for the Republicans to resort to stealing Friday night on tho subject, "Should Flat Lick. Chester Jones had n nlco club was organized nnd bomo spseches sum of $351 nud tho cost of this or buying or other fraudulent methods for O'Rear to leuve the mounWomen Vote?" M. G. Riley failed program for Arbor Day and set out mado. Go on hoys for tho He- - tlon. tains with 10,000 msjority. The only thing ueceKmiry in that tho to fill his appointment to preach at several nlco shado trees. Miss Luna A certain tract or parcel of land publican party. It Is the progressive voter be gotten to the iotln, and that is what jiust hk iv nr. Pigeon Roost, Sunday. Born to Mr. .Mooro got tho premium for delivering turty, but cut out Iloiworth nnd vote In Madison Co., Ky., on Hays Fork In war the battle cry is "Every mini to his gun!" Iu tlte and Mrs. John Mooro, a flno boy. 'the best speech. Mrs. Jane Wells of Sllvor Creek, for Doctor Hendren. Little Cecil Re-'- of Republican ranks this year the Sli gan is, Every tiwiu to the Booth. Grocn Vaughn Is visiting his parents Pittsburg who has been visiting in tor, son of I). G. and Suslo Rector Is I lleglnnlng nt a stone on Hays' old Equal Representutk n; vote for Temperance. Vote for Libert sick. Llttlo Samuel York, son of lino now a corner to Joo Glhbs', "Go out into the highwiis mid hedges nud compel them to come theneu with his lino S. Oil !.'. 119 Grant nnd Nellie York, Is nlso sick. in". Bring out the vote. Hes to a stone on side of Glhbs' lino, CLAY COUNTY uml corner to R. Munday's line hK.xTONx ici:i:k thence up tho branch S. 36 1 W. Sextons Creek, Oct. 28. Thero Is fi'i poles to n wild cherry tree, con l.'avo begun gathering corn and reort a singing convention In session at cr to .Mary White; thenco with :.v corn rotting very badly. John Sum-er- s church which began on lino N. CI W. 10S.I poles to a ston Ullsbrniich Is In tho stave and tlo business. tho 27th and holds till tho 2'Jtli. W. at. lino of John Mcllenry, thenco wl.n Cross tlo hacking and logging nro N. Iiurch sold n yoko of jvarllng said lino N. VJ I'.. 10 poles, nnd up to tho chief business of this place. Not being able to get a business steers for four cents a pound last the beginning corner, containing .12 Ji Hurrah for Tho Citizen and its good house for the next year I am Saturday. Jesso Saylor purchased n ucres. work. 5. flno yearling filly, Monday. Terms: Said property will bo sold IIUItl.KV Hunter purchased a mulu a tew days 011 a credit of six months time, tho Hurley. Oct. 28. Rev. G. 1. Uov- ngo for f 100, Theio was preaching at purchaser being required to execute man filled his appointment at Indian Mrs. liond with approved security or the J. A. Hunter's, Friday night. Creek Saturday and Sunday. Most ( k Rhoda Kdwards nnd family of purchaser mny pay cash If ho desires. children In this neighborhood of tho j nro visiting her parents this If sold on time a Ilea will bo retainhavo diphtheria and membranous week. Riley Iiurch nnd Miss Daisy ed to secure tho payment ot tho My entire stock of merchandise concroup. Mrs. J. L. Isaacs ot Sand Gni Marcum of Ethel were quietly mar- purchase money. ""Q .mmmW&''. at this place lafet week. visited friends sisting of----- -ried, Thursday evening, at tho home H. O. Rice, M. C. M. C. C. Judgo O'Rear, our next (Jovrnor, of tho brldo. Wo wish them a loni. spoke to a largo crowd at McKoe, prosperous, miirhnppy llfo. The"shlv- BEST BARGAINS Tuesday, tho 21th. O'Rear will ma'.co ereo" nt night was vory annoying to a clean swoop Iu Jackson Co. Mrs. tho young couple 011 account ot the Dest Ilargalns that have ever been T. L. Morris of Clay County visit! largo and numerous bells used. Jas. offered In farms, beautiful building at this placo last week. Robt. CallaSnylor will movo back to Clark Coun lots, bouses and lota, and first class han Is visiting his son, R. C. Callaty In a fow days. Mr. McIIono, tho business lota. Wo can suit the purLick, a few days. .Mr. han, at Horse famous agent for Tho Citizen, passed chaser In almost any kind of properC. S. WILSON Leonard Gabbard killed a wild turhero last Saturday accompanied by ly ho wants, as tho bbove have been Candidate for Clerk of Court of key last week. Mlts Magglo carefully solccted In the most desirII. Q. Ilobblns. Appeals CLOTHING AND SHOES TO BE vlsltod her brother, Georco. parts of the town. able We at this place last woek. Mrs. David A Profitable Divorce. CLOSED AT ABOUT ONE HALF can sell you a farm of a few acres Gabbard aud children aro visiting at Clyde Slgmon last woek. Mr, nnd Franca now consumes more than near town for a small amount ot PRICE. Llttlo Clover this week. Grover Gab- .Mrs. W. H. Ilrannamnn aro visiting oven times as much abilnthp as It money, or, anything from this up to bard Is building a chlmnoy for Jno. irleuds near Mt. Vernon this weok. did la 1901. A separation from clasa blue Qrass farm. might havo been better, after a first -- James Dunsol-Jac- k Frost visited this negl Proctor died at his home, If you have any notion of becom all, for tho French than tho tepnratlon borhood, Wednesday nlsht, and every- Oct. 17th, of consumption. Ho leaves of church and state. Louisville Her ing Interested In a beautiful location body was glad to bcu him. a father, mother, flvo sisters, two ald. at, or near Uerea, It will certainly be and a host of friends to to your Interest to call and boo or ROCKCASTLE COUNTY nourn his loss. writo to Fault of Many, HOONK Main (lOOCIILANl) Wyatt and Cornelius, Berea, Kentucky The sham Puritan usually allows hh Boono, Oct. 30. J. H. ijunbert and Goochland, Oct. 27. Sunday school eonsclonco to tako the shapo of cor Real Estate Rooms No. 1, 2 and 10. Between Coyle Y and Bank Building A. D. Lovctt mado a business trip to it progressing nicely at Bycamoro reeling and repressing those things Ilorea Dank and Trust Co., Building, Mt. Vernon last Monday. Next Sat- - .vith II. Mooro, Supt. Mr. and Mrs. that he has no mind for himself. Uerea, ICy. jonononooonononononooonononononononoonononono M I East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Mon-Tom- ro nt-d- lo RoVal Makes Home Baking Easy op Baking Powder . - CIl-th- ! I ry -- t1-- " pe n, Mm-batin- I 1 j 2 FIRE SALE! Forced to Close Out 1 Gray-Haw- Men's and Boy's Clothing, Shoes and Notions DON'T MISS IT. m o J. M. Coyle Street