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Pl?tS I IDENT ' S OFF I CE
"FA COLLEGE
UEI? t A KY
(The Citizen
MtlUtA PUBLISHING COUM'3
Knowledge ii powertad the
way to keep up with modem
knowledge Is to read a good
newspaper.
(INCOnrORATKII
J. f. FAULKNER, Manager
Xnltrrt at ISt f att-nfitt at Bern, A'y., tnmd
Ham miU-mnUrr.
IDo-voteci to tine Interests of ttie ojjateLirL People
Vol. XIV.
Five cent a copy.
BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 31, 1012
One Dollar a year,
No. 18
YOUR VOTE
FOR PRESIDENT
MAY and ought to be a serious mat
ter to you on November 5th.
Your man may" win or may
lose. Whichever happens, a month
from that time you will be reconciled to
the result and continue to be a patriot
ic and happy citizen.
But it is different with clothes;
your yote on that matter is directly in
yourown personal interest. If you vote
right you win a good deal and if you
vote wrong you lose. We want you to
vote for our Hart, Schaffner CBu Marx
suits and overcoats. We are making a
big hit with these goods and we want
one of them to hit you.
R. R. COYLE
BEREA,
KENTUCKY
OUR POLITICAL ISSUE
A great deal of our space till
week Is given up to political matters
duo to tho fact that tho election oc
curs before another Issue.
Below will bo founil three articles
wiling forth tho claims of the three
great parties. Wo urge every voter
to read tho three.
On our 8th pago will bo found an
article and two letters sent us by
tho State Republican Campaign Com
tnltteo. This matter Is of lmiortance
and also dcoervrs Uie attention vt
every voter.
Our regular featured will Iks found
for tho most part In their accustomed
place 8.
"Don't be too generous with tlw
sermon; what you tako for yourself s
no deprivation of another."
TURK L0SIN6 HIS FOOTHOLD IH
EUROPE
Allied Armies' Advance Unchecked
A Week of Unbroken Successes
London, Eng., Oct. 29th, 1912.
All Europe Is sitting up and taking
notice. Tho noto of tho powers two
weeks ago to tho allied urmles that,
whatever the result of the war,
present territorial boundaries would
be h'ld Intact, has been Ignored by
tho four llttlo states. Even the Eng
lish Government Is beginning to
acknowledge that tho powers may
hesitate before undertaking to enforce
their wishes. At any rate, It is con
ceded that after their successes, the
powers will have n fight on their
hands before tho bravo allies will see
theln work undone.
Continued on 'lit I'ltc
A PLEA FOR THE PROGRESSIVES
THE RULE OF THOSE WHOSE VOTE IS THEIR ONLY SAFEGUARD
Independence Before Progress
Progress of nny kind Is alwnys
mado by tho man who can act In
dependently of crtabllshed custom
and linage. There was n time long
ago when custom and habit were
robbing mankind of Individuality and
of all personal Initiative. Tho In
dependent man Is tho man who
counts.
How many of us arc broad minded
enough to bo free and Independent
from party dictation which wo know
has becojno notoriously corrupt and
CONTENTS OF THIS ISSUE
. PAOE FIRST
Editorials
Kentucky News
World Ncwa
United States News.
A I'lea for tho Progressives.
The Itopubllcan Appeal.
Progressive Democracy.
PAGE TWO.
Editorials.
Temperance Notes.
Taft Defends Ills Policies.
Story Grandmother's .Mistake
PAGE THREE
Our Teachers Department.
Homo Course In Domestic Science.
Sermon.
Sunday School Lesson.
Mr. Otis' Digest.
PAQB FOUR
Locals.
V. M. C. A. Notes.
Banquet
PAOE KIVB
Chlldrens' Column.
Kitchen Cabinet.
Business Mon for Taft.
PAGE 81X
Serial 8tory.
PAOE SEVEN
Intensive Farming
Li mo for tho Soil.
Growing Botter Draft Colts.
Fall Care of Tho Flock.
Llvo Stock.
PAGE KIQHT
utere Kentucky News.
Think It Over.
Inefficient, the coming election will
show.
Seek Freedom from Machine
There U much Hint wo admire In
tlio Republican and Democratic can
didates. It Is tho class of men that
these, candidates arc willing to ally
themselves with that wo protest
against. It la tho principle of having
our government dominated by a polit
ical machine that has mado It
notoiiously evident thnt for any In
terest to bo tho Interest of the ieo
plo It must bo foremost the Interest
of tho machine, thnt wo opiwse. Wo
wnnt to stand up for tho principle
thnt our government Is to bo dom
inated by tho very peoplo whoso
vote, Is tho only safeguard they have
for their civic welfare.
Campaign Buncomb
They tell us tho Republican Party
has given us prosperity. Wo pay
doublo ns much for our living as we
did six years ago and work just as
hard for tho samo pay. Wo haul our
crpss ties twlco as far for tho samo
money. Our factory girls aro starv
ing under their wages. Our working
men aro compelled to clamor for
wages commensurate with the price
of tho product they put out.
Third Term Bugaboo
Hie third term Idea Is held up to
hamper our Independence. Thero is
nothing In the spirit or our consti
tution or In tho spirit of our politi
cal history that forbids a third
term. The spirit of our Constitution
and of our Political History does
oppose Political Dictatorship. All
our experience has shown that tho
lolltlcal power of any ono man Is
effectively broken up when ho Is com
lielled to glvo up his office at tho
end of eight years. After a complcto
Interruption of four years nny man,
no mattor how jiowcrful ho may be.
must assumo his political alliances
anew. No one even will say that
Roosevelt did not have to glvo up
whatever power ho had when ho
left the White House, Roosevelt does
Continued oa pge flirt
OUR LAST APPEAL
Wo havo given glad credit to tho merits of the tlireo men who
are candidates for tho Presidency, and aro grateful for the fact that
tho choice lies between statesmen of such high character. Now comes
the practical question of electing the one who will most promote tho
prosperity and honor of tho country.
Wilson has high personal excellencies, but it is doubtful whether
he could overcome Iho bad tendencies t( the party to which ho bo.
longs. Cleveland was a man better than his party, 'but who of us
wishes to go back to the kind of prosperity we had when ho was
president?
If we wish to elect n Republican president we should not begin
by splitting tho Hepubicnn party. Hadley, Denecn and most of tho
bent mon who preferred Roosevelt have seen this and refused to fol
low him into n revolt. Tho revolt is not well planned for success.
While al) may not believe that Roosevelt broke any pledgo in
running for n third term, we are sure this seeming violation will spoil
any chances of his success, and tho assumption of so many of his. fol
lowers that he is tha only man fit for the office is a dangerous one.
The claim that Roosevelt is more for"'the will of the people" than
other candidates is without foundation.
Rut our chief reason for bolisving thnt Taft will do the country
more good than either of the others Is the record of his administra
tion. He has had failures, and mistakes, and unworthy friends.
Out bo had Roosevelt and every other president. Such things como
in, but Uioy nre outweighed by great public services. While a good
president is exerting himself for the largest good some smaller
thkigs may slip by him. Taft's worst friend, Ballinger, he inher
ited from his predecessor, Roosevelt.
But certainly all fair men will consider his larger measures.
His bitterest opponents like the N. Y. Post admit that he has man
aged tho civil sorvico better than any other president. His recent
vetoes have been among tho best acts in the whole history of the
presidential office. He stands for the only true tariff policy scientif
ic revision. He has laid tho foundation for sound dealing witli the
trusts by requiring publicity and enforcing law. Ho has gotten
more good legislation out of Congress than did his predecessor, and
he is in position to accomplish much more in another four years.
Prevailing Prices i8?a- '97.
Present Prices
4i - kJi usv
Coprrlcht. UU, by lUrry U. Martin. Shdbyvlll. M.
Referring to mattar political, do you not think It wlaa for tho paopla to
vota to "lat wall anough alone?" Taft or Wilson is going to bo alactad. Thar
It no doubt of this fact. A vota for Roeitvolt Is vota toward tho alaotlon of
Wilson. Wllaon'a alaction will main diaaatar, dlatraaa and ruin to tho butintaa
Intaraats of tha country a raturn of fraa soup houaaa, Coxay'a armlaa, tha hard
tlmaa and low pricaa of 1(83 to 1897. Tha tariff plank of tha 1912 Damooratlo
platform la v.ord for word tha aama at that of 1892. You know what it did to
all Intaraita and Induttriaa than. Llka followa Ilka, It will do tha aama again.
A vota for Mr. Taft it a vota to maintain our pratant proaparoua tlmaa a vota
for a aafa, aana and atataamanly administration.
THE REPUBLICAN APPEAL
THE WATCHWORD FOR LAST DAYS OF CAMPAIGN -"A SOBER
SECOND THOUGHT"
What shall n Republican say that
may win friends for his cause as
tho campaign draws to Its close?
Campaign Watchword
President Taft has given the
watchword for these last days or
tho campaign In tho telegram he sent
to a rally of business men In Cin
cinnati, "Ours Is an appeal to the
sober second thought of the Ameri
can people." What a compliment to
tho peoplo; how characteristic of
tho man; how true!
Sober Second Thought
Every ground for discontent hus
been canvassed by searchlight aim
m!croscoio; every displaced or am
bitious office secher has expoundsd
to Its limit tho country's good and
Its needs nnd now for tho sober
second thought.
Scouts Experiments
Will a second thought endorse a
man for leader who advocates a
singlo termT Llttlo experienced In
public affairs, at best, the Democratic
candldato would give place to another
just wlirji ho becomes useful to the
country. And will a secoud thought
place In office a man who sets no Urn
It to tho tenure of office. It Is an ex
periment wo do not care to try. 'Air.
Edison, tho Inventor, says he Is In
fcr tho Progressive plan because he
loves experiment. Are the Amrlcan
people with him?
Discards State Issues
Will tho sober second thought
change, so radically tho practice of
popular government as our opponents
would liavo us do? It was tho Re
publican Party that brought Into ex
istence the referendum, the Inltntlvo
and tho recall for purposes of local
government In tho State where It
tits tho need, but a Becond thought
Is enough to show that Uie problems
of national government are differ
ent In kind as well as degree and
that party that gave the plan Its
origin Is best qualified to judgo
when It Is time to apply it to nation
al affairs. The Republican Party
has been, is, and always will be the
party of the people.
Will Judge Justly
Will second thought be. haish with
us because political bosses have aris
en In the party? Our party has
downed many a corrupt boss in the
past and it will do It again if tho
people will stay with It and help
to d It instead of deserting.
Will Weigh Possibilities
Will a second thought entrust to
other bauds tho management of poli
cies that affect our Industrial life?
A reduction in cost of living Is easi
ly tho foremost motive In this camp
aign. Tariff and Trusts have been
tho constant refrain. Will the Ameri
can people turn nway from the Re
publican party to solvo tho Trust
Problem? Can tho Progressive of
fer a better plan? Ho rejects com
petition as a regulating force In busi
ness and would let monopoly go on
unchecked, relying on government reg.
illation. Tho Democrat goes to the
other extreme, refuses to recognize
changes In Industrial methods and
would placo business back on tho
basis of fifty years ago.
Compares Theories
Will tho American people entrust
tho Tariff problem to other hands
than Republican? The Progressive of
fers nothing new. Tho Democrat as
serts that protection of American In
dustry and American social condi
tions are Illegal as well as Inexpedi
ent and wrong. Will wo trust the most
difficult and delicate problem ot
American llfo, that which is mo3t
Intimately connected with all busi
ness relations, to a party with a pro
position that one of our leading
Economist, J. D. Clark, characterizes
as tho most nonsensical proposition
advanced In recent political history?
Wo had bettor think twice on this.
Trusts the Experienced-
Will we entrust these two great
questions to a man Inexperienced
In public llfo, to a man experienced,
Contloixd on pat a Five
SEE
CHRISM AN
FOR
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Cat Rates on Contorts and All Wool Blankets
"THE FURNITURE MAN"
UNITED STATES NEWS
Vice President Sherman Dangerously
III Gov. Wilson Again on tha Stump
Encouraging For Taft. Bourne
Would Not Submit to Recall
Roosevelt Fifty-tour Becker
Convicted.
VICE PRESIDENT SERIOUSLY
SICK
Vico President Sherman Is a very
sick man. It Is reported that he is
able to sit up and walk about the
house, occasionally, however. He
Is at his home In Utlca, N. V.
RESUMES SPEAKING
Gov. Wilson Is on tho stump again
after tho voluntary discontinuance
of his tour owing to tho attempted
assassination of Col. Roosevelt, who
Is now practically well.
Ho is to speak at Madison Square
Garden, New York, today.
ENCOURAGING FOR TAFT
After a thorough canvass ot New
York Stato, the Republican chairman
declares that It looks like Taft will
carry the" state, and that Job Hed
ges, Republican candidate for Govcr-
Conlluucd on page fire
IN OUBJWN STATE
New Head for Experiment Station
Five Defendants Held Without Bail
Western Union Telegraph Co.
Wins First Point Mrs. Brecken
ridge Honored.
KASTLE SELECTED
Prof. Joseph H. Kastlo of tho State
University has been selected as tho
director of the Kentucky Experiment
Station, and head of the Department
of Agriculture to succeed the late
Dr. M. A. Scovell. Prof. Kastlo has
for tho last year been practically tho
head of tho Chemistry Department
ot the University, is an alumnus of
the old State College, and was for
several years In the government serv
ice. His appointment Is very pleasing
to all who know his ability.
NO BAIL FOR FIVE, .
Flvo of 'the- defecdonts-laJther
Callahan case, which was granted' a
change of venue -from Breathitt to
Clark County, were held without ball,
Saturday, by Judge Benton. They are
Jas Deaton, Doc Smith, Andrew John
Continued on page five
DEMOCRACY
THE OPPORTUNITY OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Characterizing Each Other
President Taft recently said:
Roosevelt is not a Republican, but
represents a one-man party whose
chief advisers are tho harvester and
steel trust magnates."
Ex-President Roosevelt has said:
Taft now represents tho bosses, and
tho Republican party Is comioscd of
them and tho vested Interests of
tho country."
Line of Cleavage
The lino of cleavage between any
two parties Is naturally tho line
separating radicalism from conserva
tism. With a third party in tho field,
tho question Is but llttlo changed.
Wo have first tho confessedly con
servative Renublican party- with its
highly protectlvo tariff and a strong
leaning toward centralization of
Power: wo havo the Progressive par
ty, radical in tho extreme and with a
still moro radical leader; and lastly
we have tho Democratic party, which
II I may bo permitted, I will desig
nate tho Conservative progressive
party.
Independents will Control
In addition to these threo strong
parties thero is a great body ot In
dependent and conservative thinkers,
whoso votes help to preucrvo the
balance" of political iower, and will
to a great extent determine tho result
Continued on Tage I'lvtJ
NOW IS THE TIME
to see us about jour Roof. Winter will be here
soon. Orders arc coming in fast. The price ot
steel is advancing rapidly. The Best Time is
Right Now. Drop us a card in order to get you
onour list.
Berea School of Roofing
HENRY LENGFELLNER, Mgr.
We have the goods thCquality of workman
ship and the right price. $5.00 per square for a
roof worth $6.00 to 57.00 is cheaper than $4.00
for a roof worth only $3. 99. Just like your Gal
vanized fence so your Galvanized Roofing will
rust if you get the cheap kind.

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