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Write Ideas for Moving Picture Plays
The November Recessional.
For half a year we have been
fed on nervous excitement. We
have lived with politics and base
ball and football, with war and
with murder, till the mind is slight
ly weary of the blare. That period
of high excitement is ending. The
tumult is dying in a long receding
roar. The torches of the political
redeemers and their marching men
burn out. The clean turf of fa
mous lields lies buried under leaves
and the early snow. Bleachers and
grand stands are as empty as the
heart of fc'citooai:. From their re
cent frenzy, the people return to
blend fust ways. Now, as always,
men build their homes out o love,
and, by the hard work of their
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If you have ideas if you can THINK we will show you the
secrets of this fascinating new profession. Positively no experience
or literary excellence necessary. No "flowery language" is wanted.
The demand for photoplays is practically unlimited. The big film
manufacturers are "moving heaven and earth" in their attempts to
get enough good plots to supply the ever increasing demand. They
are offering $100 and more for single scenarios, or written ideas.
Nearly all the big film companies, the buyers of photoplays, are
located in or near NEW YORK CITY. Being right on the spot, and
knowing at all times just what sort of plots are wanted by the pro
ducers, our SALES DEPARTMENT has a tremendous advantage
over agencies situated in distant cities.
We have received many letters from the big film manufacturers,
such as VITAGRAPH, EDISON, ESSANAY, LUBIN, SOLAX, IMP,
REX, RELIANCE, CHAMPION, COMET, MELIES, ETC., urging
us to send photoplays to them. We want more writers and we'll
gladly teach you the secrets of success.
We are selling photoplays written by people who "never
before wrote a line for publication."
Perhaps we can do the same for you. If you can think of only
one good idea every week, and will write it out as directed by us, and
it sells for only $25, a low figure,
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tory, under the drums and tramp
lings of the conquests. Then, as
now, men turned to tho age-long
striving, lighted for a little by
youth's romance, and warmed
through, after years of sag and
weariness by the steady comforts
of the home. Always men live in
these invisible values, and go about
their ancient work.
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Clippings from the
As Mayor of Snagtown, Captain
Jack Burnett, who is also editor of
this paper, placed tho money ap
propriated for the new town hall
on Wilson to win, and won enough
money to build the hall and pave
Snagtown, with a population of
403, has 316 applicants for tho job
of postmaster so far, but others
will surely press their claims. As
Mayor of Snagtown wo are pray
ing night and day that there will
be enough offices to go 'round.
Captain Jack Barnett, editor of
the Snagtown Torchlight and
chairman of tho county Democrat
ic committee, has just returned
from an inspection of the White
House. He reports that the build
ing is in a perfectly satisfactory
"Bobbie" Ellis, poet laureate
of Kyestraw Valley, had a love
song for breakfast yesterday, and
if his strength and the kerosene
holdsjout he'll have a heavy Odo
for dinner tomorrow.
There-will bo a shortage of sor
ghum nioli&ses around Chidling
Switch this wiriter, but Stevo So
vish says wo still havo Miss Fru
zio Alsop left.
Columbus Alsop, who got his
ears frost-bit last fall while out
stealing corn, has learned that it
pays to do right and if ho foes
out at night any this fall ho will
wear his earmuffs.
"Dad" Lindsay spent Tuesday
over at Musket Ridge moonshine
still, trying to miss his chill.
The patrons have compluined so
about the constant change of
school books that the Teacher of
tho Wild Onion school has deemed
it advisable to cut down expenses
by closing tho school until the
scholars forget all they have al
ready learned' so he can tatto them
through tho same books again.
You can't cash in a grudge for
what you may think it's worth.
To Consumers of Natural Gas.
Tn -answer to many inquiries, the
management of this company is
pleased to state that the plans
which vero made public last fall,
for extending its main lines across
the mountains of Kentucky to the
West Virginia gas fields, have
been put into execution; the work
of constructing the lino has been
vigorously prosecuted although
from tho nature of tho country it
has been a difficult and costly un
dertaking -and we are absolutely
sure of its completion in ample
time to furnish all consumers with
a full supply. Wo deem it proper
and fair to give our consumers
this information so that they may
know how definitely our company
is faithfully performing its prom
ise to use every effort to furnish
them with a full and dependable
supply of natural gas for many
years to come; and also to notify
them that aftfcr the regular read
ing of meters in tho month of De
cember, 1912, tho rates will be ad
vanced live (5) cents per thousand
Central Kentucky Natural Gas
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War Ia the East.
Fw conflicts Jmve axewdftd in
fierce fighting Uiom waged between
the Bulgarians and the Turks. The
reason is not far to see. The bat
tles between the opposing forces
have been personal conflictsi Ev
ery Bulgarian saw red when ho
faced a Turk. Ho went into the
fight with a personal Hatred, not
only against Turkey as a nation,
but against ovcry individual Turk.
Ho would have liked to sottle the
matter in a personal combat. He
personally had suffered from Turk
ish oppression and he personally
longed to square things by assault
qjx tho person of a -Turk. This is
tho reason why tho Bulgarians
fought with such Berserker rago,
such reckless courage, such entiro
abandonment of self. Tho op
pressed at last had a chanco to even
things up with his personal op
pressor. And tho war is, where
the individual Bulgarian soldier is
concerned, a war for a woman. On
tho border no Bulgarian maiden
was' safe. When tho morning
dawned she awoko happy over her
betrothal to some sturdy Bulgarian
lad. When evening fell she graced
some Turkish harem and the'sturdy
lover, killed by Turkish soldiers,
lay in tho field which was to fur
nish them means for a little home.
Religion also plays its significant
part in the strife. It would bo a
beautiful fact, of course, if one
could correctly picture tho Bulga
rian as tho ideal Christian, faith
fully following the dictates of the
Master. Tho Bulgarian, however,
is probably like the average man
everywhere else. Ho takes his re
ligion as passively as ho goes to
bed every night. Let a man try
to prevent him from tho nipre or
less formal exercise of his religr
ious beliefs, however, and ho be--comes
like a lioness about to be
deprived of her whelps. Anyone
who visions the Bulgarians as the
ideal Christian becauso ho is now
lighting for Christianity would
meet with a rude shock if he lived
for a while among the fierce ene
mies of Turkey.
You can't take Time by the fore
lock. The fellow who snatched
Time baldheaded died too long
ago to talk about.
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