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October 10, 1913.
East Kentucky Correspondence
News You Get Nowhere Else
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no other recourse.
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Occasionally they are not and, when
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It for this reason.
FARMERS' BOYS ATTENTION
Berea offers this fall a money
making course, for farmers' boys.
Prof. Clark, Prof. Montgomery and
our other teachers can show you how
to mako much more money than has
ever been made out of the home farm
Why not have good fruit, good stock,
and good crops? Thcso classes arc
already started, but there is room
for a good additional bunch ot farm
er boys who should start for Derea
this week or tho first of next.
Carlco. Sent. 30. Tho children
Mr. Dud Cole who have typhoid aro
Improving fclcwly. E. H. Cress has
a sale this week. Ho Is closing out
hlc store. Mr. and Mrs. Artcr Mc
Danlel are the parcnto of a fine boy.
They named him Samuel. Joe Tus
sey is going this week to Richmond
to have his little son, Harry, treat
ed. Johu Eurnam and It. E. Nichols
wen) thru here, Saturday, buying cat
tle. Robert Tusscy made c, business
trip to Livingston, Saturday. T. J.
Faubus and E. Faubus have gone to
Paris to work the-next month. Our
school at Old Bend Is doing fine with
James Hayes ac teacher. J. J. Davis,
tho Supt. of thl3 County visited tho
Old Bend School last week and gave
tho school an Interesting talk. Bert
Summers la home on a visit from
Pino Grovo where he has been at
Kerby Knob, Sept. 29. Mrs. Mag
gie Johnson nnd two daughters, Mar
tha and Etta, who have been visit
ing her son, G. W. Johnson and fami
ly, returned to their homo In
Indlanaiolis, Sunday. Vertle John
son was taken to Richmond, Sept. 18,
to Join her teacher and other pupils
on their way to tho Danville school
for the deaf where cho is expected to
remain nine months. The teacher
and supervisor havo written to her
parents that she Is getting along well.
A goodly number from this place
attended tho association at Owsley
Fork church, Thursday. Cora Wil
liams and Brlce Combs were qulelty
married at the home of tho bride,
Sept. 26th. James Click made seven
ty gallons of sorghum tor Gar Hays
last week. IMrs. Elmer Click visited
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wild,
Saturday night and Sunday. Bessie
Click and Lizzie Powell each enter
ed School at Berea, Sept. 25th. Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Powell visited his sis
ter, 'Mrs. Thomas Snider, Sunday.
Charley Click spent from Thursday
till Sunday with his grandparents at
Dreyfus. Laura Click has been In
Ioor health for the past few weeks.
James Williams and son, Aaron, o"f
DreyfuB nro In this community on
Tyner, Sept. 29. Tho farmers are
all busy saving fodder and making
sorgum. Miss Wlnulo and Clydo
Mooro of Berca aro visiting at Tyner
and Gray hawk. Mrs. Lottlo and Geor
gia 'Moore of Lculsvlllo will bo vis
iting In Olln and Tyner for tho next
two weeks. Aunt Jennie Anderson ot
Owsley County will spend the winter
with her daughter, Mrs. Mary A.
Vaughn. 'Mr. Andy Vaughn who has
been working lu Hamilton, O., has
returned homo. J. S. Mccro will
mako a business trip to Winchester
this week. W. K, Jones is having his
house raised to a two story, which
will add greatly to tho beauty of bis
home. Mils Emma Jones is visiting
her sister, 'Mrs. Dr. Peters of Knox
vllle, Tenn. TLoro will bo a Uiieo
days' meeting at Flat Lick beginning
on next Thursday. Mr. George Jones
of Viva was visiting his slater, Mrs.
Attella Moore, last Sunday.
Hugh, Oct. 7. The Landmark Bap
tist Association convened at this
place lastweek and was very well
attended Rev. Parsons held a few
days meeting following the assocla
ll,0n and tha w C'B"
tions to tho church Sorghum making
Is all the go In Happy Hollow. Ceo. (Mrs. Klwlo Barrett, ono of Mlstle
Bengo lost a cow valued at forty- too"s best old ladles, has Just return-
five dollars, Monday. Mrs. 'Melissa
Aiblll was tho guest of Mrs. Mar-
garet Benge last Irlday nlghtv Uncle
Joo Powell died last Friday night,
His remains were brought to this
placo for burlaL It. I. Halo Is sick
this week. Martin Abrahams is vis-
Itlng In Ohio and Illinois at present,
Ellen Benge Is quite sick with ery
sipelas. Or. Robinson Is attending.
Eggs aro 20 cents per dozen and but
ter 15 cents per pound here.
Bluo Lick, Oct. 6. Wm. Pigg sold
his farm, consisting of twenty-flvo
acres, to Mrs. Pfllly Hards. The price
paid was two hundred and fifty dol
lars, Mr. Plgg will IcaVo soon for Illi
nois. Mrs. W. E. Harris, who has
been visiting her son, It. R. Harris,
nt Mansfield, III., rcturutd home.
Tlniralnv .Wlllnrit llnnpn lu atrturlv
improving from tho fever.-The young
ladies who gave a pie Buppcr at the
Blue Lick Church, Saturday night.
Sept 28th, realized a nice sum from
tho salo of pies, which were sold to
tho highest bidder. Lloyd Green of
Bell County and Miss Salllo Skinner
of this placo eloped to Hamilton, 0-,
and wore married, Tuesday. They will
Kingston, Oct. 7. Chester Parks of
Berea spent Saturday night with
his parents at this place. Hiss Eva
Lewis spent Saturday night wlUi
Miss Opal Lucas at the home of her
Taavo V)l uvu uv vuw itumv v uv
sister, Mrs. Ella Azbill. Mrs. Mark
Fltfhery made a business trip to Be
rea, Saturday. 'Mr. and Mrs. T. .1.
Coyle of .Berea spent Sunday with
Mr. Douglas Young and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie "Munday who
have been In California for the past
year will return to this placo Wednes
day. Mr. and Mrs. Green Durham and
littlo daughter, Lydla Margaret, spent
Sunday with Mr. and 'Airs. Asa Parks.
guests of Miss Dora Benge, Sunday.
Silver Creek. Sept. 29. Miss Murt
Johnson spent a fow days last week
with her two cousins. Misses Eva .
and Graclc Jchnson. Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Hargas spent Sunday with
her motlicr, 'Mrs. Bob Harris. Rovl
val meeting closed at Silver Crock,
Wednesday night, with twenty addi
tions and everybody certainly en-Jc-yed
tho meeting. They had tho
finest preacher they have had at Sil
ver Creek for many years. Mr. and (
Mrs. John Jones and little daughter .
spent Saturday night with her bro
ther, Ben Gay. Miss Hallle Davis
spent from Saturday until Monday
with her aunt, 'Mrs. Jake Haley, at
Big Hill. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lewis
visited his daughter, Mrs. Jno. Rob
inson, last week at Bear Wallow.
Dreyfus, Sept. 30. 'Mr. and Mrs. F.
M. Jones wcro Berca visitors last
Sunday .Tho Rev. James Lunsford 13
holding a revival at McKeo this week.
The Messrs. S. R. and Algan Davis
ot this placo havo returned to
Indlanapclls, Ind., to resume their
duties as clerks for the Adams Ex
press Company. Miss Florence
Combs who has been spending tho
summer with her uncle, Mr. T. II. Da
vis, of thl3 placo will leave, Thurs
day, for her homo In Leo County.
Kenneth Lunsford and family left,
the 20th Inst, for Villa Grove. 111.,
where he U employed by tho C. and
E. I. Railroad Co. Tom Hayes and
ton ot Winchester havo been visiting
W. M. Joneo, Mr. Hayes' half-brother.
J. F. Hurley is home again after
being absent several weeks. Ho has
boen working at Lexington. !Mr. Jett
Ashcraft and family will movo this
week to their homo in Estill County.
Mrs. Juno Lain is very low with
typhoid fever. Mr. and Mrs Frank
Jones aro rejoicing over tho arrival
t a new boy in their home. Miss
Bennie Puckett of Leo County who
has been visiting her nephew, B. F.
Puckett, left the. 29th for Rushvlllo,
Ind., whore sho will vlett her brother.
Luther Ashcrctt has returned from
Valley View. Ho has been employed
as manager of The Sower's Show.
T. H. Davis lost a fine borso last
week Tho prices for live stock in
our neighborhood are very good.
R. W. Jones, a Berea student, was
visiting home folks over Sunday.-
We are having success with our Sun-
day School and prayer meeting. The
topic for Oct. Cth will bo "Man's duty
toward God. G. M. Hurd will lead.
Sebastian, Sept. 28. The Rev. John
Frost of Indian Crock vjsltcd friends
The "New Parly" headed by Col. Roosevelt, proves unable to gel
any considerable support from the Democrat. The aolid south In
not being broken up. This meana that the "New Party" will not be
a new party, but simply a aplit from the Republican party. A vote
for the Colonel, therefore, la, in effect, a half rote for the Democrat.
at Cortland, Saturday and Sunday.
Dr. Evcrsolo of Crockctsvllle and
Miss Nancy J. Mcintosh of this place
were quietly married at tho bride's
homo yesterday. They will likely gj
to Long's Crock cn their honoymoon.
cd homo from Cortland, where sho
has been visiting relatives. Floyd
Bcgtey and Arthur Ncaco ot Boone
villa visited frlcndo at Mistletoe,
Saturday and Sunday. Farrls Gilbert
and 'Mary Oabbard wcro married on
Buffalo last week. They spent their
honeymoon at Buckhorn. Their many
friends wish them happiness. Tc:l
Adams, formerly of Boonoville, pass
cd up Buffalo this week on a busi
ness trip. Prico Fox who has boon
working on Buffalo and Longs Creole
this summor left this placo for his
home at Beattyvlllo, yesterday Rev.
Buchanan Fox, of Boattyvlllc, filled
his regular appointment at Lucky
Fork, last Sunday. Tho Boo Branch
school Is progressing nicely with Jno
S. Turner ns teacher. Mr. and Mre.
John Reed visited friends at Lcs
Branch last Sunday. Pearl Stamper
of Crockctavlllo was tho welcome
of Kccnls Gilbert. Saturday and
ouuuttjrrA iigu ciuwu vi yuuuK
plo from this crock visited tho Buck
horn fair last Saturday. All report a
nlco time. William Fields will won
baro hs sawmill, which Is located on
tho Lucky Fork, ready for business.
Albert Mcintosh nnd Ezcklol Gilbert,
who aro now students ot tho Lucky
Fork school, are planning to go to
Berea Collflgo for tho winter and
spring term of 1913.
Disputants, Sept. 23. There was a
revival begun at Clear Creek church.
th 22nd, conducted by Bro. Drm
and others. Bob McQueen is making
molasses this week. There were sev
eral who went from hero to Cli
max, Thursday night, to hear Caleb
T IE WC RD
QO NOT mjr oul In t arch of him
Thou wilt not find him thtrr
Or In the dtpthi of shadow dim
Or hclghta of upper air.
Tor not In far-off realms of space
The Spirit hith his throne;
In every heart he flndeth place.
And walteth to be known.
Thought aniwereth alone to thought.
And soul with aoul hath kin;
The outward Cod he flndeth not
Who finda not Cod within.
Then go not thou In aearch of him.
But to thyaelf repair;
Wait thou within the silence dim.
And thou shalt find him there.
Frederic Lucian Hosmer, in "Publle Ledger.
Powers speak. Mr. Jack Jones of
Dreyfus, Madison County, was in cur
midst, Friday, on business. Hugh
Llnvilld ot Scaffold Cane got shot
accidentally tho first of tho week.
Born, to Mrs. Sam Coffeo, a fluo
Boone, Sept 30. A revival meeting
closed at Fairvlew last Sunday, con
ducted by tho Rev. Geo. Childress
'and tho Uov. Overby. There were 8
additions. Born to Mr. and Mrs. M.
A. Chasteen on the 22nd, a girl.
Mrs. Sam Lambert Is very ill now.
There were services at Fiat Gap,
Saturday and Sunday, conducted by
tho Rev. Lamb. Mrs. B. U. Chasteen
In vlaltlnir her (lauehter In Jackson I
Couhty this weekir. and Mrs Nuto
King naveDeen visiting nia uauguiur,
Mrs. Ellen Gulnn, of near Berea.
Thero was a largo crowd witnessed
tho Baptismal services near Fairvlew,
Sunday, conducted by the Rev. Lamb.
Farmers have been very busy cut
ting corn In this vicinity. Mrs. .Bot
tle King of Berea Is vUltlng her
mother, Mrs. Geo. Poynter. Mr, and
Mrs. J. II. Lambert visited Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Lambert of near Snider,
Sunday. Mrs. G. L. Wren who has
been qulto ill for somo time Is some
bettor. J. II. Lambert made a busi
ness trip to ML Vernon, Monday.
Miss Nellie Grant visited Miss Lydla
Leavctt one day last 'week. Mrs.
John Northern who has been quite
111 for some time is no better. Miss
LIllIo Vaughn viBltcd Miss Talltha
Coylo of Rockford ono day last week.
Rockford, Sept. 30. President Frost
ot Borea preached at Scaffold Cane
Methodist church, Sunday morning.
and nro Hudson pa'ached, Sunday
two, ,oc ?f!kd" rWBjr' ,Sci,t-
Llnv,l,e 0 &f frW Cano accU
dently Sot 8not ,n U,e hl" b' a
toK 1,8 was token 10 Berca ho",'tal
and underwent an operation, and is
dolng wel, Ncxt Baturday and
Sunday are regular church days at
Scaffold Cane. Everybody Is invited
to come. Myrtlo McCollum Ylltd
Bornlce Todd, Sunday. TallthaCoVie,
who has been visiting In Boone, re
turned homo, Saturday. Married, last
Wednesday, Miss Flora Vlars and Mr.
Jcsso Bullen. Wo wish them a long
and happy life. There was a crowd
from Scaffold Cane attended thi
meeting at Clear Creek, Sunday
night. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stephens
and family visited Mr. T. A. Abncy,
Saturday night Miss Mattlo McOulre
of Richmond Is visiting friends and
relatives here. Mrs. Bettlo Baugh
man and daughter, Sadie, who havi
been In this vicinity returned to T.
M. Ogg's of Berea. J. C. Bullen and
wlfo niado a business trip to Bo
rca, Sundays-Mrs. Rceclo Bowman
and daughter, Mary, who have been
visiting J. W. Todd returned to their
homo at Conway, Friday. H. E. Bul
len and family were In Rockford, Sun
day. Miss Ophelia Anglln ot near
this placo Is visiting her aunt, 'Mrs.
Jane Lambert of Berca, Mrs. Copo Is
very Bck this week.
UNITED STATES NEWS
Continued f ram First Paft
There was much speculation as to
tho answer Pres. Taft would givo to
this ultimatum from tho Missouri
Governor, but at a Republican State
tally at Jefferson City, Oct. 4, tho
Governor stated that Pres. Taft had
answered him that such legislation
would meet with his approval.
Tho Governor Is now out and out
DIXON QUESTIONED BY COM
MITTEE Senator Joseph M. Dixon, manager
of the Progressivo campaign, submit
ting to a closo examination at tho
hands ot tho Clapp committee testi
fied that ho had spent 96,000 In the
Progressive primary campaign which
was not included In tho report of
Treasurer Hooker who was on th-
stand tho day before. This makes a
ttal of more than 1300,000 spent In
IS NICH THEE"
And If trj vision come to thee.
Revealed by Inward ttffn.
Earth will be full of Deity
And with hia dory thine!
Thou thalt not want for company.
Nor pitch thy tent alone;
The Indwelling God will go with thee.
And show thee of hia own.
Oh. gift of glf ta, oh, grace of grace.
That God thould condescend
To make thy hurt hia duelling place.
And be thy dally friend I
tho Interest of Uio Colonel.
Tho' Senator charges again that tho
committee Is directing 'Its attack on
Col. Roosevelt and demands, that
Chas. P. Taft and others bo called to
testify concerning their contributions
to tho Republican campaign fund.
PATTERSON FOIt SENATOR
On Sept. 20th, Ex-Governor Patter-
son, the "pardoning governor" of
Tennessee, opened his campaign for
the Democratic nomination for U. S.
Senator at Nashville.
Ho defended his "pardon record,"
and particularly tho pardon ot Col.
Cooper who had been sentenced to
twenty years Imprlosnemnt for tho
murder ot Senator Carmack.
He also declared tho prohibition
. ... I
and lawlessness than has ever been
known In tho hUtory of the state.
Tennesseeans will have to bo good
forgetters before Patterson represents
them at Washington.
REAR ADMIRAL YOUNG DEAD
Rear Admiral Young who died In
New York last .week was born In
Lexington, Ky., graduated from tho
Naval Academy In 1873 and for some
tlmo had been' captain of tho 'Marc
Island Navy Yard at San Francisco.
Ho was CO years old and had -won
much distinction as a naval officer.
A visit to Kentucky bad been plan-
nod for hlnr by his friends and rela
tives ot Lexington, several ot whom
wcro at the bedslda at tho tlmo of
IN OUR OWN STATE
(Continued front Hrstpafe) ,
or otlier officer or employee of tho
Stato prisons or houses of -reform
who shall engage In political activity,
or who shall In any manner con
tribute or causa to be contributed
money or any other thing of value
to any person for election purposes
will be dismissed."
FRANKFORT'S MAYOR WOUNDED
Mayor James II. Polsgrove, was shot
on the streets of Frankfort, on the
30th Inst, by Patrick Haley but the
wound is not considered .dangerous.
CLOSING IN ON DYN-
One of the Accused Confessed Quilt
. Jury Is Selected and Trial In PVogr!
Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 8, 1912.
A sensation was sprung In tho
trial ot tho mora than fifty accused
dynamiters, when Edward Clark ask
ed pcrmislon to change his plea from
"not guilty" to "guilty" hero yestcr
day. After his reply to tho Judge's
question, In which ho stated, "1 plead
guilty," tho prisoner was neparated
from tho other defendants, and taken
to jail awaiting sentence.
Clark confesses his guilt on all
charges five conspiracies, and .fifty
Illegal Interstate shipments of uyna
mlto and nltro-glyccrlne.
An Ivory-handled umbrella bearing
his Inltals was his undoing. It hav
Ing been left In tho wreckage of i
bHdgo destroyed by him.
. Tho Jury selected some days ago
Is mado up mostly of farmers, all rf
whom sworo that they had no antip
athy to trndn unionism.
Evidenco In tho hands ot thn pros
ecution wtl show that the plot was
tho most far-reaching and tcrrlblo
ever planned, tho men speaking of
their Jobs as "Christmas Presents.'
Tho aim was to terrify tho entire
country. To divert tho attention from
tho destruction of the Times Build
Ing In Los Angeles, It was planned to
send ono of tho number to Panama
to blow up the locks In construction
there, but tho arrests camo before
that could bo dono.
The mayor acted as attorney In a
dlvorco suit against Haley n short
time ago and slnco then tho defen
dant has harbored a grudge against
TRAGEDY IN BREATHITT
Another tragedy occurred In Breath
itt County, Oct 4th, when William
Freemnn and Jonathan Stamper, liv
ing on Upper Buffalo, were shot from
Stamper, who was known as a law-
abiding citizen, was killed on tho
spot. Freeman, who Is known to have
been quito a noted feud character
years ago, escaped but was serious
FIRE AT CARLISLE
Four buildings, a fruit store, a
grocery, a livery stable and a hnrd
waro store, wcto destroyed by flro
at Carlisle, Ky., last week. All tho
buildings were In tho business section
of tho town nnd on Main Street. Tho
damago Is estimated at $35,000, only
a small part of which was covered
DISCREPANCIES IN INSURANCE
Several suits aro expected to bo
entered against various Insurance
companies, within a short tlmo to
recover about $15,000 or $18,000 alleg
ed to bo duo tho State Insurance De
partment, State Inspector, Sherman Good
poster, discovered tho delinquencies
recently whllo Investigating tho bus
iness ot tho department under form
er Commissioner W. C. Bell, but has
made no statement In detail. Com
missioner Bell places tho blame up
on tho clerks of tho department and
claims that tho report of Inspector
Ooodpostcr will clear tho matter up
00 YOU LIKE TCTmAKFtHINGS?
The Berea Carpenter's School opens
this fall with many attractions. What
boy Is thero who does not like to
handlo tools? Mr. Burgess, Mr. Hook,
nnd Mr. May enn givo a boy skill In
canontry which will double his earn
ing power in a few months. Tho clast
has already begun, but a good many
other boys' will come to join this
week and next. Will you bo ono?
Tho Berea Normal Department is
"booming" this fall. Tho advanced
classes under Prof. Calfce, Dr. How
ard, Miss liowersox, and Prof. Lewis
aro doing greater thlngtf than has our
beam attempted booro, and tho
beginners' class with llunt and other
teachers Is receiving dally additions.
It Is hoped all who aro planning for
preparation for teaching will hurry
up and bo enrolled before thu ruld
dlo ot this month.
Butter 20c per pound.
Eggs 20c inr dozen.
IUsh potatoes, COc per bu.
Sweet potatoes 7Co per bu.
Cabbago IVic per pound.
Chickens, fryers, 10c per pound.
Hens, 9c, per pound. Roosters Co
Apples, COc per bu. Pears $1 per
FLOUR, MEAL, ETC.
Best grade $3.20 per hundred.
Meal, $1 per bu.
Wheat bran, $1.40 per hundred.
Wheat, $1 per bushel. .
Corn 95c pr bushel.
Oats, 50c por bushel. ,
Hay, COo per hundred,.
Cattle, 3 M to Co. por lb.
WAR OH HOOK WORM
MORE THAN 1700 OASES IN
Plnovll1e,Ky., Oct. 8th, 1912.
Dr. J. S. Lock, Supervisor of. tho
Stato Board of Health Dispensary
for tho treatment ot hook worm and
Wycllfto Hobo ot Washington, Secre
tary of the Rockefeller Commission,
say that 3S0 serious cases of tho
disease have been found In and near
Plnevlllo, and that more than 1,700
cases aro now undergoing treatment
In the county.
Many farmers attending court In
iMncvllle yesterday, listened to ad
dresses by Dr. Lock and Mr. Roso on
tho disease, and A number were ex
amined. Great stress In the addresses
was put upon tho need of sanitation.
Calves, C to Cc per pound.
HB". 7V4 to 8c per pound.
Sheep, 2 3-4 to 3, 3 1-2 per lb.
Lambs, 4 to 6c per pound.
Hides, dry lCc per lb., green, 10c
Dutter 27c por lb.
Eggs, 17 to 25c per dozen,
Irish potatoes, 2.002.25 barrel.
Sweet potatoes 2.00fj2.25.
Apples, fancy packed, 2.25Q2.C0 per
Springers (1 1-2 lbs and over) 15c
lb. Hens, 14c Itcocters, 9 1-2 j.,
Turkeys, hens, 16 1-2 c lb., toms.
16 1-2&, geese 6c lb., Ducks, 13c
lb., Young guineas 4.00O6.00 dot.
CATTLE, HOGS, ETC.
Hogs 8.25 fj 8.50.
Pigs (110 lbs. and less) 4.00O7X0.
Corn 75c per bu.
Wheat 95c per bu.
Hay 14.00 per ton.
Department of Berea College
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Berea Prmting School
Houses to Rent
To these who havt. children ta edu
cate and wish to reside In Berea for
longer or shorter time to enjoy Its
educational advantages, the Cellege
has a number of houses, larsje sn4
imall, some of them partly fumlehed,"
to rent en reasonable terms. Address
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AND ALL MODERN APPLIANCM
FOR OA RE Or A LIMITED NUMBXH
OF PATIENTS. HOSPITAL TRJUTV
ME NT QREATLY INCREASES FKO
PBCTS OF RECOVERY.
Rates On Dollar a day aa p,
Bo4 for prompt payment reqalre
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