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Devoted to ttie Interests of t!h.e IIHHKA, The Citizen 3o-u.ntiirL 1 People Knowledffo is Powor and the way to keep up with modern Knowledge is to read a good Nowspaper. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AIOIST 21, 1919. One Dollar and Fifty Cents Per Year. No. 8. " A Mere Scrap of Paper " In these days of strikes and other industrial disturbances we very naturally ask, "Who is to blame?" Undoubtedly the reasons for the present defiant restlessness on the part of orani.ed labor are varied and complex, and cannot be determined by any general or BLINDED HERO OF THE FRR'Or APMY U.S. TO SEIZE FOOD World News The German Assembly has approved the new constitution for ticniiany. The term F.mplre is to be retained but there are severaW Action in Other Cities Held to Be features that indicate greater govcasual observation. Forecast as to What ernment by the people. The Ilelch-sta- g may originate bills but ony Beyond question there has been just ground for Will Happen. with the consent or the upper hotiso. complaint on the part of the strikers in some instances, The' Chancelor is to bo subject to l)Ut the alarming feature it seems to us', is the inditference impeachment by the lower" hoyse, welWARRANTS FOR OHIO MEN with which the officials of organized labor regard the which makes him in n sense responfare of their fellow men and their utter disregard of consible to it. He is appointed, howtracts to which they have allixed their signatures. Rock Island Butter Company Indicted ever, by the President. In the- case of the Louisville Railway Lniployees, at Toledo. on Charge of ConspirTho' situation in Mexico has being to Fix Prices on their strike was called despite the fact that a contract had come strained on account, or the Substitutes. been signed which expressly states: capture of two American army avia"There shall be no sympathetic strike, and there Chlrmro, Aug. 18 Federal food seiztors by Mexican bandits who reshall be no strike of any kind for any cause or any grievures on libels under the Lever net tn leased Ihem only for a large cansom. Cleveland, Detroit, St. I.nnls and Nnh-vlll- e The L'niletl ance that the employees of the Railway Coiiipany have, States has demanded unit notion leading to grand Jury and there shall be no strike pending any matters admitIt'dlettnents In other cities were viewed of Carraiua a prompt punishment r.ir the offenders. Recent reports ting of arbitration under this agreement." us n forecast of what Chicago may when the gndierlng of evidence indicate that American troops have It provides further, that "this agreement shall be , lion, tiers nnd (trice boot- - crossed the bonier in pursuit of the Kidnt f binding for a period of one year from August 29, 1918, t k Is lliiMieil at (he federal building. bandits. The affair is regarded as to August 2), 1919." Hotly Mm' s were delivered by the at- - serious and in case of an unfavortorney general's department, hi the The Christian World was shocked in 1914 that Gerable or evasive reply the United of Its nationwide wnr against tip nine many could so ruthlessly cast aside, her signed treaty', Slates may change its attitude tofood bnrm nnd stoine regular with Lngland as a "mere scrap of paper." shortly. ward the existing Mexican governknockouts nre expected ment. Forty Warrants In Ohio. Shall we be indillerent in 19 19 when the spirit of 'Principal ninoiig the notions tnken in our lawlessness and truce breaking is running rampant was the ISMiitnee In Columbus. ()., of Karl Grey, who was foreign' minown land. to wnrrnnts charging Ohio food deal- ister in Knglond at the time of the It honesty and truthfulness are essential in dealings cold storage outbreak or Ocnernl .M.inotiry toe Irenth conqueror of (tie Onion,, bunded during (ho ers wltrf violations of the the war, has just been carrying between man and man and they are there is a.hun-j- i war. being U1 into (lie Hull of Mirrors In Versailles during (liu signing of (lie nets, some of the warrants Chicago, as appointed ambassador lo the United the openhr; shots as fur ns trenty. Iiy Oenornl Alby, chief of staff. dred-tol- d reason for demanding that the same policy be It was said that some of the warrants Stales and has accepted the office. Governor Cox, Heshas bad a distinguished career followed by labor unions and corporations, since larger Id' pnrklmr companies. In his requests for ncdon delivered In in England. He is a defender of the interests are involved. jU. (elegrams to Attorney General John O. League ot Nations and has1 always In unity and organization there is strength, when . t'rlce of the stnte forces anil Attorney stood for peace. He made an effort governed by the gospel of the "square deal" but organGeneral I'almor of the federal forces. to bring about a Mr. K. K. Cook, or IliUhin. Ky, conference of (lie Enforce the Law tl.ot An,, fli.t'iilntifl hiiirilL'P ,t .V ,....v ized lawlessness and truce breaking will fall, and "great powers that might have a'voided the will come to Harlan September 1st Representative Edmund Plait of ..Mil,., ,1 IIMU I, tlt.i etitmrrn limit .,.1. ,..'.. W. E. R. 'and start Ins school at I'pper Jones New Ygrk believes that if the will be the tall thereof." The laws by shipping food to Chicago when war had it been successful. Creek. These people are ery for- lite rood control act pro- Its. Ktomge limit had been reached, appointment is highly approved. lunate in hnving Mr. Cook's services. hibiting the wilifull destruction or then shipping It back (o Cleveland lo Good crops are reported in variHe has been in Hie Y. M. C. A. work deterioration of foodstuffs were en- bp placed In storage. In Cleveland libels were started for ous parts of Kurope, especially in and his broad experience will til forcedly long slep would bo taken John T. Smith n, til 111 leadership. towafifl- reducing tht high cost of the seizure of 200,000 pounds of sugar community the Ukrain and belonging to the C. D. Kennedy comlivingwTo his mind the cold stor- pany of Baltimore and held in stor- Hungary. There will be great dilli-cul- ty Dottier, an artist of tho Ursl w hich is Hie great need of today. hp auspice I n.l.T of I'mgri".llir.iin in harvesting the graili, bow-eve- r, Harlan Knterprisq age quantities of food is not age at Cnntoiu At St. I.ouls 20.000.000 and Will) I inn the people of Hereu were given, water from Hie Sturgeon on account ot the lack ot coal ol Hiea great evil unless its ownpounds of men( were repor(etl seized greatest trenl'lnH Friday night Dug i mnlr. -- el all tho too tht A model rural school building will ers hold it until spoiled rather than when federal authorities nre reported to supply the machinery. In the Ilia' ihe turn had 111 many iintons. with "Hilly in the Low Grounds." Stormeantime root! products must be Old Fiddler' Contest,' After that for more than two hours be erected on the campus of the put m on the market -- at lower tr have raided the Booth Cold II was the age company's. plant, while large stocks shipped from the United Slates. It a foot could lie keyt, still. Kentucky Normal and Industrial In price: 'gmtt for tho honollt of the citi- - j of eggs, oliee.se and other foodstuffs has been said by good authority that horn--Tl- ie stitute. Three rural school dis- (UnidwlilwU li, lr Uox, who knows otand iliu zejivof nre said to have been located. In De- 'strletsrNonnal-lleiBlitfr'Grccn-Hithcrseir,. if a" htsiiitrnd-plpfrrfmoney t'6 pptfl Oho seflternmit tfits ITifm TfoTr'n'llhel was filed," Under the I.ever JlSllSPJL.cnnooneptl ' I Woodtow Wilson, with an im net for tho seizure of nenrly 10,000,000 peace is made and he courseof lowed with ".Inning's Hornpipe." and Peaks Mill, have been CombineJ fun to (lie folka. the in the new district and transportamense aggregation of specialists, eggs held by the lloek Island Butter trade is renewed. ft pen nival tiddlers, the pick of Tnon rame M. A. Moody, tnir nuiIi were in the ring. They bir from Hig Hill, the man with the tion facilities will be furnished to statisticians, advisors, etc, took company of Toledo, and A. F. Thlbo-dea- u the 0 & Co. of Detroit. A queslipn of importance has were mlled from the whole trihe of delicate touch and exquisite tone. children. The.s'chool wilt be under months, in cooperation with repreIndict Butter Company. .' arisen in Germany in connection worshiperof Hie horse hair, from; who did the "Irish Gallop" as few the supervision ol the faculty of th sentatives of other nations, to forlii'titulr. The ltock Island Butter company with the police system. In Prussia mulate the peace treaty. ran. Alec I.unsford, from Hog-SkThe I'ine Mounlnfn and President has seen lit to withhold was Indicted at Toledo by the county and in other, places, to some exIj Joe's I.ick and Pilot Knob. Here a Creek, a prince among the Whije exploring a small rave near from the Senate information regard- grnnd Jury on finding that the com- tent, the government has been armwjio never plays a piece bau-t- y, tin ned out cn merry masse to hear conHcnick Station, on the I.. A N. Itail-roa- ing the negotiations by which the pany, with several others, had sub- ing and organizing the police in touched a responsive chord in tli. tldtlling, iiihI they were not disspired to tlx the prices of a butter neai Winchester, Shelton terms of the treaty were reached. stitute at !12H cents a pound. Ser- such a way that they might easily appointed. No one except those eery)Hid' heart with that line old Negro Melody, 'The lrin, lload Supervisor, discovered Why, then, expect the Senate, grop- rate Indictments tiere returned against become units of the army in case whose musical sense has been rev- liddleied eventeen quarts of botlled-in-bon- d S. J. of need. This is in addition lo the ing in the dark, to determine hastily members of the corporation Ways of the World." olutionized by a course 111 a to whiskey under a layer of stones. It what course it dhall pursue in per Ilnlley. William F. Stevenson and army allowed by the Treaty and it Iiy this time feel bad begun coubl iiave failed to see on raises some tlilllcult questions. Gerdown a liHle. but were all set is thought that tho whiskey was forming its constitutional tltttv of James I. KIntz; each was relented f..-til" full ball. many asks for a lenient interpretahig'i glee by Millard hidden by bootleggers who intend- ratifying, amending or rejecting? 111 While Hie Tabernacle wusMieing Nearly 1,000.000 eggs were seized at tion. tilled Mrs K M i.iMugood, with It. tins, y with the crack dance tune, ed to remove it in small quantities storNashville, an Investigation of all at a time. Kach member of a secThe sixichihlren or William Mor- age housed was ordered In New York rci 'latioiin and an invisible musician "Adeline," on his famous Hlack The Prince of Wales has ianded tion crew, working near by, is said rison, ranging in ages from 2 lo 12 bj Mayor Ilylan. while reports from with cornet, Mute and piccolo, Nancy. When the people of Clay years, were found in a starving con- half a dozen other cities stated thai in Canada and is being received want a tiddler with pup and some to have received a quart. After entertained the audience. He seems dition in an isolated log cabin in the food Inspectors tun! located excess .with much enthusiasm. une rearrangement .if the program lot them are the tlnest dancers and Hig Timber Yalle Warehouse Bunied near Lancaster, stores of food believed to be held (o to be a likable young man and his begun. the merriest eei Millard is usu- the music Fire, believed to have been of in- O. All were emaciated and had Influence prices. visit will do much to increase the (Contlqued on Pigs Twn) gootl feeling between tho mother Prepare to Sell Army Food. cendiary origin, completely de- been living on" blackberries. SOUTHWESPS HARVEST ENDS nge of (U cents an hour, stroyed the warehouse of tho EquiWhile the federal forces nre busied country and her colony. There is The father is a wood chopper, but federal otllchds say. about 100 table Tobacco Company at Pleastire-vill- e, through illness has been uuablo lo In the attack ngalnst price boosters some political significance .attached, ngltntors were arrested on "Sanest" In History Is Boast Army four miles from Eminence, at work. The mother, carrying a bas- Mnyor Thofnpson Is marshaling his to the visit, also, ami several assurcharges, tint ho far (hero has of 1C5.0D0 Men Employed forces for the sale of army surplus 7:(iu o'clock Sunday night. ket, walked ten miles (o Lancaster foodstuffs nllotetl to Chicago. Tho ances have been made of change. not been a single complaint of Business Men Help. This warehouse ranked next in to secure food for the children. She mayor, through his city agent. Assist- that Canada has been wanting for College students and returned Mi- size to .lite Hig Hurley Tobacco became exhausted anil the case was ant Corporation Counsel Kdwnrd J. some time. KutiMn City, .Mo. The nuthwost'H among the har- Warehouse at Lexingloli, and con- leporied to the s the "sanest" dlers predominated harvest, clmrtictcruotl Sipejkal, Is anxious thn( Chicago ge(s authorities. In history, Is over. Higher wares vesters. The response was so large tained approximately 175,000 pounds IU full share of the fttods (hat nre to England and Germany have acwere paid tbeia ever before, and (liere that It was tiiinccessnry for side-lin- e be sold. of tobacco, which was totally "dcepted the treaty closing the war Mexico Unmasked was priuticully no raillnil iigiintleii. harvesters boy scouts and high school government has nllottetl the "The estroyed. The loss is estimated at Washington, Aug. ID (Special foods according lo federal zones," said and President Wilson urges that An iirmy numbering ut (lines 12."i,000 .students to pi Into the NeliU, alcorrespondence Hy unanimous Mr Smejk'nl, "and Chicago is the Sev- the U. S. ratify it without change, men, ndvnuccd with (lie harvest from though many business men lu hiiiiiII $ar,ooo. voto tho' Senate has authorized the enth. Figuring the population of this lie asserted to the Committee on southern Oklahoma through Kansas Kansas towns Joined "twilight" hur-vegauss. While roads in the limbered dis- Foreign Itelrtions Coinmitteo to in- district nt 4:1,000.000 nnd (he nation nt Foreign Relations ot the Senate that and Into Nebraska, earnlm! n it vr- tricts of Eastern Kentucky have al- vestigate the situation in Mexico. 100,000.000. we think the Seventh dis- interpretations placed on the treaty ways been bail, they are worse this Acting under that authority Chair-ma- n trict should have lit per cent "of the might be adopted after it was agreed CONTENTS MICKIE SAYS total foods allotted by tho government to but to niako its acceptance condiLodge has appointed a subyear, due to tho operation of tho foi sulo nnd thnt the city should have tional would endanger tho thousands of oil companies that committee, consisting of Senators integrity PAGE 1. Editorial: A Mere Scrap HEN WAN BE SOrAE n pretty- - fnlr share of this. have been keeping drilling outtlts Fall, Hrandegee, and Smith or AriPLACE WHERE tHEV DO paper; Fiddlers' Contest; State "If the Seventh as one of the ton of the whole. He desires ratillca-tio- n busy in tho hills, says a correspond- zona, to conduct the. inquiry. The zones Is not to receive 10 per cent of the BETTER JOB without any change. NV.va and World News; U. THhM VJVAT MC OO N x ent from that section. In getting resolution of tho Senate gives the footl we are going to find out why." News. I TWS OPPICB.OOT CANT heavy loads of well supplies, boil- committee full power to investigate I.Ieut. Col. Jnines I1. Castlenmn, who Somo rumors havo been circulatPIMO VT OH THIS Tho PAGE High Cost of Living; ers, tanks, engines, etc, over tho "any and all acts of tho govern- has Just arrived from overseas wl(h ing that the German General, Von Conclusion Old Fiddlers' Contest; roads the operators have cut them ments of Moxjco and its citizens in his nppolntnient to be Seventh zone Mackenson, with others have been otllcer, said that 000 General News. so badly that it is reported that a derogation of the rights or the surplus property of final ure en route to Chicago. in China organizing a large army team of six mules was stuck this t'niled Slates and or its citizens." cars there. It lias been known for some PAGE 3. Sorlal Stony sjiring with nothing more than a It is probable that the committee time that China desired an army and PAGE 4. Locals and Advertising. load of gasolino on the wilt postpone most or its activities Largo Yield of Cabbage. that it would have to bo drilled by wagon. During rainy periods better until arter Hie German treaty and Kmporla, Kan. Farmers and gar foreign generals. Although the PAGE B. The Old Hook Stands; time can frequently bo made across the Leaguo or Nations havo been dencrs who have seen the cabling Chinese made good soldiers they Sayings of Carnegie; Advertising the hills on foot than on muleback disposed of in the Senate, but. when patch lu Justin Austin's garden art will need to tio trained before beunanimous lu giving Austin the over tho roads. PAGE 0. Korea Fair and Prize List. that time arrives, it is the Intention of Lyon County Cabbage King. title coming efficient. They served the Mr Theso conditions have added to to go to the bottler and gather In- Austin, u hotel proprietor, has growc allies during the war in various PAGE 7.- -S. S. Lesson; Sermon; the dilllculty in getting out logs and formation at llrst hand of condi1.200 pounds of cabbage on a patch ol ways that were useful but did little General News. lumber, but a number of companies tions as they are. No other man in ground containing nearly 2,000 sipjurt lighting. havo been drilling for oil on their the senate has The cabbages uveruge thre the intimate feet. PAGE 8. Eastern. Kentucky News own timbered lands, and on cut-ov- er knowledge of Mexican affairs pospounds cuch, and ure freu frbtn In and Advertising. The Holsheviki have lost ground sects lands, or else realizing well on sessed by Senator Fall of New Mexi In some places during the week and I he co who will head tho committee. salvor leasing of oil lands. gained in others. It is reported that Broke Neck In 1916; Is Alive. Incidentally there havo been no Senator Hrandegee is a trained inAviators Smash Record. they have been obliged to leave New York. ChiirU'H Mercer of TO bad II res resulting from oil opera- vestigator and and Washington. Covering a total of Odessa and a considerable part of fourl house pluce, Jersey City, fell tions in tho timbered districts, al- Senator Smith, although a Demo- 00,482 miles, aviators of the air serv- tho Ukraine On the other hand HINIliTirhTrTr froai a ladder July III, 11)10, breaking though eastern Kentucky is now crat, has long been disgusted with ice did more (lying la thuy have pushed back some of Ids neck and fracturing tils spine. In handling about 130000 or more bar- (he Mexican policy of the adminis- the week ending tlmu lu any week 011 General Kolobak's forces In Siberia spite of this Mercer Is still ullve, alrecord. The total does not Include '(lyrels of oil weekly through pipelines, tration, that has resulted in the though he Is peruiuneiitly distillled. ing iloue at camps. (Coatlnasl troa Nts) (Continued on page B) (Continued on pago B) oiuntoin uniuhuu - ex-fe- 1 ( Kentucky News S. News nt,,.-,..- ..l ,,!. jfn Old Fiddlers' Night - i fr Czeclm-Slovnki- j Ira t,' io, in rs, d, con-eiato- ry s( 11 2.-- J live-gall- on cross-examin- cross-couutr- y rf I'age Two. TUB CITIZEN August 21, 1010. THE HIGH COST Or LIVING llr.l class ninn could make a llddle AMERICANS AT LAFAYETTE'S TOMB SIR PHILIP NASH Chenler Thomas TIic wrilrr of this article makes as good as that. ROUMANIA CURBED no claim In onpfimlily, lull Is niore-l- y second lo "Monkey" .John Oad.l, seeking lo make n slight eontii-huito- ii followed with "Wnynosbiirg. ' riien. i .1... .li ' .! l BY PEACE BODY a correct understanding mint' aiMunri neigiumr, .hmiii it in r n !ilJfrt in wlitcli everybody Johnson, who Hung out on ' Forked Deer" on Old 1)111 Gulps' lldiHe This Itiii'riNlnl. In Iln exchange of commodities jolly old instriinioiil has enured more Notified by Allies Not to Attempt nil nines nro rHnHvp. A bushel of people to dtinco into a nien iM ag to Collect Reparations I? eiiii vnlrnL in a Imlf than any other in many m.lcs corn. I)iHIifl of wlmil; n rmlr of shoes is around. From Hungary. I lev Maker made all the old f. Iks iUialenl lo fifty pounds of sugar, tie. This relative value depends feol young again with thai old fin. r ig of our grandparent II pott the very fiindninenlnl law of lite CONFERENCE V LL FIX SHARE n supply ami demand. If the supply Inch Aloiift." 'I here came ' x f wheal in proportion lo mind that splendid thought Jugo slav Delegation In Paris Protest i jtcimtml lm it while the supply pressed in n noimdy way in 'hf Against the Recognition of tha of f m o .W ma m- Hie same or dl- - tin fainoi's old Negro songs. Regime of Archduke Joseph to the dp. "Par's an nlc imii-in mlnHhi-urni drs a In Hungary. DMihI for r"i'ii a bushel of rorn will inelnn' .dung. be. worth iiimi' than a hnlf IiusIipI Dos at a lime, lint a m h a' Par i, All. IS.- - ItntllimiOil will or a lime! of WllPHt. H i! vn liy do We miv Hint ' c p. null!! to strip tlnngiiry. iiiiii-"- i n rertatn of wheat U Par's an ole in des Ihe iiifoHie eoiineir reply to ili along." Why do we worlh a dollar? note from llttkhnivKt Informs llmi f every coninio I i, nun thill IhllMC of the nixiui: ) evprejs tlie at' Chester Nolan, second to K. I. (Illy In lei ins ..I dollars? Hectmso Cooper, lliinc.'i cm n t Ion to he mn.lf b from Hip Splash Dam, mi .mmI ii Nn ps ii ImiiIi.ii Is wholly oil (lollnr. are always exchangeable for Huck our thought.- ! Fork, sent all d r nirilril of the nllli-powers. Tin oilier commodities. A man wlfb has the barnyard with "Cacklm" Hen, t. ! nf tie- reply follows: to dispose of can always ex .lames Daugherty made all the corns wliett I lie e in e without re-ohnngf it for dollars and then ex- - drenin dreams of sweet peace with ng to a certain number of mIhi (iciior:il Pershing, with other American el'lc. rs. at the ti uili ef l.iif:.eit(. ebnnge Hie dollnrs for shoes or any "Oalalian." This is one of the favlmb mil for oriTiilmi intle wlih nrllrle he wishe. Hence it is evui- - mous shindig tunes of Ihe country- on July 4. w title Oiptnln TimlMi. representing tho French government, li sin tinlluiiiiiiiiilini edit i i osli K C M MnJ. ieu. Sir Philip responding to tin address by Aint:i.siidor Hugh Wallace. vpiilent lo express Hip value of all II.. who nun bi.iiic lund '!.. ism thm It Intends to work In acre.side. Whenever a'lmnd of highland in, nt with ihe Hdley thv eiHifereie-ihe tralllc deinrtioetit In fir Itrlitsh other rnnimodities in terms of dol lads and lassies come together at i miopia in llmignry. ministry. He was espe. mlly tin lars. Hut the principle of relative neighbor's house lo go wre ni and nil the deeoratloa.s w'ero it In Sir DoiikIhs llnig's Welcomes Return to Obedience, value is Hie fame. To say thai the. Cnlahan" is most likely to lie on ARE TiRED black) be'gan to shock the decent for the elllclent and courage "It Interpret- - thl rtorlNrnlloii n an price of a pair of shoes is live dol- - the health or pleasure-seeker- s at Saint boards. .Morltz, I.ugane and other resorts, so Indication Hint Itomiisnln. as a state oils manner In which tranMirtniloii of liirs is to stale the relative value work was carrleil out Doc Roberts, second to S. F OF EXILED KINGS that the Swiss police had to Intervene, tnrtlclmtitiK In llw pmro eeilfetviice. campaigns of ihe war. In the recent shoes and dollars. Wright, the man who wins, drove and "Tlno" was cut off from these Intends to conform to the derision of All this seems very dimple. Hut away the rheumatism with "Wag lurid Joys for the sake of public the eiiferviicp. cimirnunlmled through since the principle of relative values oner." This is ono of the difllcult tho military mission dclmntod to Is the same whether we compare the Poor in Funds and Spirit and To crown nil, the exchange Is so had Itmlspest by the stlprvtne rouiMil. old breakdowns ami only trained LID PUT ON MEXICO valuer of wheat and corn or thine lingers can execute St well. Big Hi "IHrwtlons n nt three times by the for his dearest friends that they no Moodily Wailing tor Someof wheal and dollars, it follows that ram Hegley, noted for his fiddling lunger have the money to spend on -- onforviice lo ibis mission and thing to Turn Up. the law of supply and demand ap- al Ids amusement. to Iliikhnrost have defined And so lie has to Hell-f- er in the U. S. Arms Embargo Ordered on t walk up and down the shores at Lu- expllclily nnd In demll the plies In line case a much as in the Sarlain country didn't arrive. His cerne on foot, for lie has not even u policies of the sllbsl Mwers tow aril inother. As the supply of wheat Southern Republic. place was taken by C. II. Agee with llinicnrv. namely, the dlsnrtiiMiiient of creases, its relative or exchange SPECIALLY OBNOXIOUS motor nowadays. 'Hilly in the Low Grounds." Nor Iliingnrlnii troops, the maintenance of Kaiser's Sister Sees No One. value diminishes. So as the supply lid Anderson Howling who fiddles Tho rest of the family pass their order with the niHllest HMslhle nilin-be- r Steps Are Taken of dollars increases, the relative After Note Wsrnlnp; of forelttn lrMit, the revlrtnnllnt for Ihe Tegos dance folk appear Kaiser's Brother-ln-LaAccepts Invi- time ns best they can. His grandvalue or purchasing power of the Carranza of Change of Amerl daughters and nieces, for the lack of f Hungary mid the abstention from Hicks sat in his chair and John tations to Banquets and Then II takes more dollar diminishes. can Policy. n carriage or a car, go about on bicy all Interference In the Interim! polities played "Nigger Inch Along." "Cuts" His Hosts Old Lud. dollars lo huy wheat and other cles, reople turn round to look nt of lluuKsry, preserving for l bo l counI lien the last or the ring was wig Saddest of All. thing, and prices are higher. Washington. Aug. ls The f'armn them, not because they are exiled try a free oprtwhm of the nutbmal Green and his splen reached, II. Now two things have happened princesses, but because they happen (vll in government will mtt le ermlttrl s Chlasso, did violin, said to be a Slradivarlus Frontier. in lniin further arms and munitions Can Not Collect Bill Now. (1) The Since 11)13: quantity of 'Nigger Inch Along" was his first Switzerland Is getting tired of exited to be very pretty Into tho bargain, money in circulation in (hi coun- -. kings. They seemingly causu n rise with fair hair and dazzling compter. The supreme cmilltfll Insists that from the t'liltcd Slates for the present number, and the audience never at least. This beciune known followIn food prices, already toned up to Ions; nnd benuty Is not nn.ong the tlnsl recovery of wnr. railway or try has increased 05", and in the heard it done better. The instruing list of Swiss women's good qualities. tanterinl. of of cuttle, etc.. fMle the publication of the cxehnngc of the world at large 200 or more. ment, whether a "SJrad" or not, breaking point, nnd give n good deal "Tlno's" wife, Sophln, Kaiser between the l'iillsf States nnd 's cannot occur at present. of trouble In International relations 42) The quantity of the necessities sister, goes nowhere nnd sees certainly displayed a royal lineage owing to their craze for political In"According to the principles of the Hexlio, in wlmil tin- Aiiiencnii governof life has been greatly reduced by unnobody. She Is clothed In melancholy al the first stroke of the bow. Sweet trigue. Their fultliful pence conference, accepted by the ment Ihrenli in d I'liunge of destruction during the war and the and clear and with carrying quali get them restored to friends plot to silence and takes her place at tho allies nnd applied In iHirtlculnr all the less Aiiiirli-i.ii- n Mexico were In their former head of the family protnteil concomitant decrease in production. In the public ties Hie tones came. Tho audience thrones. Switzerland is now the fuvor-lt- e dining room of tho talde with nn ex- treaty of peace with (Jeniwny. It Is Slilpinents of munitions itit Mexico hotel Dollars are plenty goods are scarce. at resort of dethroned und crounless pression the right of the assembly of the allied lias once recognized in Green a fair p I'hltilteil since the t'liltcd of settled melancholy. They This, according to economists, is Hie prize. The qual monarch. Many of them, unhappily simply can't afford to dine In their powers nlone to llx the reiteration lo States entered the wnr. but liefore that competitor for Swiss hotclkeepcrs, are fortune-lesbe made by Hungary and determine principal cause of high price. What ily of hisfor first time Curraiixa liiol purehasisl inrge reioras, because ft would cost at least upon instrument was ap as well. Its distribution among tuterestoit supplies In this country can government do to remedy the 20 per cent more, nnd goodness only and It had been proached by very few of the others, s states. Constantlne off Grrece, knows how long condition? the oMcy to lot these go thneigh In they will be able to in fact only ono or. two. known to his foes ns "Neither the not 'I. It should endeavor to increase The second round came with been paying Ills hills "Tlni regularity pny the weekly bill ns It now stnnds. the Itoumanlan Itouulnnlnn nnny nor eomiartlvely small I ts. government has the wltli 'Here km no Indication that the tho supply of commodities. This goodly "Sugar in the of fate. Since Knlser Wlllieliu. his "Tlno's" one extravngance nowadays right to tlx lliiiininln's share, assets government numbers. nn further consists of very strong cocktails. He of nil kinds belonging to Hungary beit can do by unearthing hoarded , hastened Into Holland, quite recently ," "Sally Ann, brother-lnlawGourd," pol nskid Germany for a ing n pledge held by the alllisl mwers iniiiusl ale iliniige in its Metk-asupplies, by creating conditions that help from Geniuioy falls to come. So "Shortin' Icy. "Hlack Jack Grove," will favor production, and by rehard up Is "Tlno" and his family, who loan of 0,000,000 marks, hut was curtly In common." Telegrams recelvisl liere said csll ylher choice selections fol live at the Hotel rcfuswL Delivery of the Roumanian note. In toriala In the Mexico moving conditions that hinder it National. Lucerne, City new tiaticrs Prince Nlek and His Monocle. lowed fast. "Waynesburg" rarely that he lias had to borrow from former government which the Itucluirest This it is now attempting to do. His brother. Prince Nicholas, wnlks claimed that Roumanian selsures In ufter pilbl lent Ion of Ihe Amen, .in note sounds so well as it did when Dud1 subjects, notably a courtier named ' -- . It should stop inllatalion of the n good deal on tho lake side, with a lltmenry were "merely getting Imck of warn lag Indlentid n complete re. i Iwere to Strett and the once Thesto-kis- . llation of the seriousness of the sltua-'lo- u currency and endeavor lo brim; Freeman played it. If Dude huge monocle In his right eye his one thel own projiertv" and that the e play in some Grove of Daphne h Almost nil the papers rmmui'iit-e- d about the opposite result, i.e., a extravagance. Tho crown prince's t November. HUH. "no loner The weekly bill Is to start all the would be certain francs on the note, but, for Ihe most pnrt. reduction of the amount of currencv (S4S0), a modust sum for even an e.- - cousin, known ns the duke of Spnrta. exists." was delaytsl by the Itoumanlan wjlh the nymphs r. satyrs ihe editorials werv leinperute in This is difllcufl but not altogether and 'dryads. "Sally Ann" at the soverelgn, with a following of CO pe'o-pl- shares these melancholy walks. Prince delegation, by Its length and d'llleulty Paul, his younger brother, kills time of decoding It. all told. impossible, touch of Alec Lunsford's linnets entire family Hut even this bill (the with a pretty liitlo girl from Vienna; 3. Irving V. Fisher, Professor of and entourage are on Jugo. Slavs Denounce Magyars. us all to an old Negro planta regular hoard rotes) In paid with great but ns his whole Income Is $200 a took Hconomics at Yale University, sevdelegation here has TO TAKE UP RAIL SHOP WAGE The Jugo-.Slamonth he cannot paint Lucerne red, lion where ebony face, ivory teeth difficulty. eral years ago proposed a third and Is content, to listen to the public Issued a note elalwiratlng Its protest and flying heels drove away car Had to Cut Him Out. remedy which he still advocates and agnlnst the recognition of the regime With Men Returning to Work United and brought respite to the sorrows Then, 'Tlno" Is i,o longer the little linmi, or to take coffee la a public garStates Will Take Up Pay claims to be practicable. Our dol den where popular prices prevail. nf Archduke Joicph In Hungary. of on overburdened nice. "Liquor god of Question. The note describes Ihe archduke nnfl lar has lost a part of its former All Gone" bospoke the fact that we still Hockallto those wnr profiteers who- None of the family Is popular In the Switzerhiml from the exlittle city, however. The Swiss say Ills siipMirters as "MitgyuMiiMiivln-Ists.- " to I ue because gold is loss valuable. are living Washington. Aug. IS- .- with the July list, and (hat central empires. They are tired of ami Mtys his administration The Government tlxes the amount uol even a after of mountain dew lilm. Ills way of aeeeptlng sumptu they are rough and disagreeable. Tliey drop would be a reatorulloti of llMisiiiirg last of the shopmen. thoiinnds of certainly idl look bored to death.ous banquets mid then cutting his of gold in the dollar. Let it in. whom have lieen on strike luce endangering was in the ring. Green and his su- hosts Old King Ludwig. and hostesses of yesterdav when crease the number of grains of gold 1. expected to return to work n The of Uavarla has taken and rflher nations freed from perb instrument with "Sourwood another dlnner-glve- r had arrived, linn a home In in the dollar and the dollar will lie the railroad administration domliiHilon. Switzerland, too aa old Mountain" made all nimble h??ls llnally lioml them and Invitations are to take up the demulids of the worth more will buy more goods Il mulls that Ihe HsilMirgN "profeudal manor, half convent, half fort- fairly shriek for action. I lienrd a few nnd far between. Negotln-Holand prices will decline. A dollar ress at Zlzers, In the canton of Ori- voked the war In till I by an unjust men for Increased wttiV. shullling' of leather throughout the No longer do his fiermnn, Austrian for a new wage agreement were sons, not far from Chur. ll.ved in weight, as it now is, must nttnek on Serbia." appeals for the enconditional irMin the men's reaudience in which event the preach- and (ireek admirers give halls for I.udwlg III, now- - seveaty-fou- r years tire dlHitrmniiicnt of the MMgynrs and made lie variable in purchasing power film, where lights were turned out at turning to work by President Wilson ers' soles jonied. old, looks the saddest and most de- asks that dictions for the Hungarian the value of gold is variable. Then the (bird round with its two In the morning, though the party pressed of nil the dethroned royalties national assembly be hold under ullled In his letter last week to Director "What we need is a gold dollar fixed succession of General lines. Mr. Mines bus not Inmi control. thrills. Few of the ter. not hreak up till several hojrs la now on Swiss soil. Karl, dicated tiow settlement of the shopin purchasing power and therefore The orgies of "red hulls" und of Austria-HungarIs almost turbu-After n conference at Versailles with men' dotnamls would lie made, holdever did or over will pink halls" and even "black halls" lently gay In comparison with him, nnd' Louis I.oucheiir. I'rem-variable in weight." minister of excel Hotner in "Calahan," Ramsey Just because the lights went even the "Tlno" family look cheerful reconstruction, the Austrian labor ing Hint the workers first should tnko What can the public do? up their Jobs. Tin- - railroad adminisin "Waynesburg," Roberts in "Tur- out before the party broke up. and by hi elde. union delegates left today for the I. Avoid extravagance and waste. key tration hoard of wages nnd working in the Straw," or Green in "Lost everybody wore bi.u k when the llchts I'ns de Calais to study Ihe question of conditions, which hnd had the shopKxtravaganco Is. waste, and waste Girl." Every one of thoso pieces using Austrian laborers In the devas- men's demand for a 'JH per reduces the supply and increases' was a cent Inr. So was Luns tated regions. crease before It since February the demand of commodities ami, ford's "Hogskin." Tho audience FRENCH MEMORIAL IN MEXICO CITY gave a divided decision July HI. Contherefore, tends to keep prices up. never before heard "Turkey in the NEW YORK FACES BIG STRIKE ferences between the ollleers of the 2. Ho not rock the boat. Learn Straw" as it was done by Doc Robshopmen's union and the director o think clearly and intelligently up-j- n erts. Employees of the Elevated and Sub general had bism nrrangeil, but the the subject, and remember that walkout began before a meeting could way Demand 50 er Cent And that number of Doe's conpublic opinion and conduct are rebe held. Increase. vinced the judges that hi; was ensultants of individual opinion and titled lo the first prize of $50. The eondict. livery individual should second prize was awarded to Dude New York, Aug. IS. Rejecting a 1(1 U. S. ARMY PIONEERS LEAVING per cent Increase In wages as lasutll-clea- t aof as tho I tie public good depended Freeman and his ," and and demanding a Hat Increase of entirely upon his action. Selfish- the third to tho hornpipe man, K. L. First Division to Land In France l 50 per cent, the employees of the ness Is and, liko Cox. The decision of the judges Quits Rhine for Home Replaced borough Itapld Transit couipany a boomerang, will sooner or later re by French and Yanks. came as a surprise to the audience threaten to tie up elevated and subturn on his own head. way lines operating In tho most dense-lwho would doubtless have voted for Coblenz. Germany, Aug. IS. Tho -- G. X. Kolton populated sections of the greater Amerli-nother favorites. Hut every player first division, the tlrst city at I a. m. Sunday unless their dedeserved a bouquet and a nule. to laud In Trance and the copgranted. The Intcrhoroagli mands are OLD FIDDLERS' NIGHT The night had approached the system rovers .Manhattan, the Ilronx, ters of Cantlgny. began leaving the .Continued rrom Pigs One) Rhine for home. The Cobb-bridgewitching hour when the audience am! parts of Queens and Hrooklyn. The now will be taken vare of by ally their choice, either Millard or went away, happier and mouths only hope of averting tho threatened head Kreiieh troops and Ihe Hlghlh Infantry Alec Lunsford. Millard is a bit younger because of the soulful walkout of the luterurban trainmen, regiment of the army, which will reroukless with Hlack Nancy, but tho melodies it had heard. who ore organized as the Ilrotfierhood main on the Rhino probably for sevof Intcrhorough Rapid Transit old instrument is a queen among Thanks to you men whose skill years. by the eral was an agreement llddleis, and when she speaks corns and native musical ability keep the grant the proboard of estimate to oimiie tu ache and a merry thrill world about you young. V u keep posal of Ihe Intcrhorough company to 7 DIE; 34 HURT IN WRECK oroops into every loo. alive a class of music that is great Increase Its fares. Dude Freeman appeared noxt and and thrilling, and as native to the Express and Troop Trains Collide In gtivo us "Korkwl Deer" did it woll, soil as the dogwood blossom and Aviator and Reporter Killed, France, Says Dispatch toa Dmltt wmits no "foteli.on- - lld- tho wild rnso. Your iniuic makes Ivy.. Aug. IS. l'aducah, Lieut. From Paris. dlo, thank you, hut mado his own up the foundation on which many James I). Stewart of Park Held, Memphis, uud S. Reed Campbell, a reporter Illill'Uinont. Ami he made a good of our greatest musical themes have Paris. Aug. 18. Seven persons wen employed by the Commercial Appeal, Olio. It sounds butler in tho parlor huun dovulopud. Your mo&sago is This Is the heuut.fiil monument presented by the French colony In ilex lee were killed when the army airplane la killed and VI Injured In a collision bo twt-itan oxproMi trttlu ami a .(root than In a largo hall for the titno a gospel of murrlmuul, ami we'd all and reccutly dedicated to French dead In the cemetery at Mexico City. which they wvu giving exhibition train. Tho oxproas train was rumilnt luukg carrying power, but only u bo poorer in spirit without you. Country club here. from Paris to N'auey and Xtrusshurg flights, fell near the 1 !. ! . - 1 - w i I v ll-- ' enlifi-reni-- 'ii - - SWISS ' house-warmin- gs ir-eii- W Italo-Swis- agri-cultur- - 11 m ,1 y ciinti-mpliito- ".Man-Haler- -- flre-eiitlt-ig arm-Istlr- clmr-uctv- ' v ' -- mitl-orlty- Jugo-Hluvl- All-gu- a Auairo-Hungarin- pre-imr- ed so 1 old-tim- y hum-dingo- lii-- n "own-make- short-sightedne- ss, la-te- y I August 21, mil). the citizen "You were wrong," snld Sprouse, ns If Ilnrnes hnd nnswered In the affirmative. "I nm working on my own. You may hnve observed that,! did not neenmpnny the sheriff's posse today. I wns up In Horntlllo getting the llnnl word from New York thnt you were on the level. I telephoned to New York. Woven dollars .nd sixty aas. You were under suspicion until I hung up the receiver, I tuny say." "Jones has been talking to you," moment said Ilarnes. "Hut you snld ngo that you were up nt Oreen Fancy Inst night. .Vol by Invitation, I take It." sue-"I invited myelf." snld "Are you Inclined t fuvoi ii' t.r.-i.1 tUUf "Yon haven't tnnde one." "Hy suggestion, Sir. Hnrnos. It quite Imimsslhlc for me tri get ln. that house, i'oii appear to have ih entree. You nre working In the ihi1.. I am gtie guessing at everything. lug nt nothing, lly combining forces we should bring this thing to a heuil, -11 Page Tlircc. 5 GREEN FANCY & . GEORGE RAM M CUTCHEON 'yv Autlot tf "C.n AUSTARVf TMF HOLLOW OF HER HAND," "THE Sprse e r 1 SYNOPSIS. ' K. Toil will linvo To lhtV 'Tomorrow mornlnc will stilt me," Ilarnes. wrnllhy Yorker, on a walking trip snld ,Sirouse cheerfully, "If It sult through New Knulaml, In riiiitht In a you." storm mites frnm his iteatlnstlon. At a crntsroojls point tin meet a Klrl In the same, plffcht Wills they discus Ihe CHAPTER XI. an sent tit meet the llrnes la Klrl ftrl. srrln-- ami white tlm Klven Ina lift to tavern, tnken Mr. Sproute Abandons Literature at on In Iit ileal Innthin. which she. tell Humes l a place rallnl Otewn Fancy. an Early Hour In the Morning. After tliranlilnc about In his bed for At th limn llsrnes CIIArTn falls In wiih a utrnmlxl truupr nf seven sleepless hours, Ilnrnes nrose n tors, heaileil lijr I.ymlim ltnahcroft. ami become Interested In nnd Kloomlly breakfasted alone. He tnem. was not dlsrournKcd over bis failure CMAPTrtl III-- As the storm crown. to arrive at ntiytlilnt? tangible In the Humes ml to nself worrying over the shape of n plan of action. It was In- j'.-lof iha Klrl. trellnir over tlm concelvnble that he should not be able mountain mnji at what he nmahlers speed tin learns tnat, (Ireen In very short order to hrlnir nbntit the I'anrY In something of a Kmnr of mystery. Two mounted men leave the tixvrrn releane of the fair Ruest of (Ireen manner which nrouten Harries' In Kancy. There was not the slightest doubt In Ms mind that International meets "MIm Ths'k-eray.- " ritAITKH IV-- l!e leading- tail)' ut the stranded that-r- l affairs of considerable Importance were Involved nnd that the agents oi-- I itl trour-a- . who la nrtlmr na chambermaid That n Kill be la anwaed hy the erntlnj; at (Ireen Fancy were under il Int; man tu the tavern, luinirtns; nf a one if thr ' who hail ridden nwny a dellnlle orders. time eh'it hmty hefore They tell of flndlnc the Sir. S'prouse came Into the dlnltiK ile.nl of the other man. lloth hail been shot. room ns he was inking his lust sun!-- , CftAPTnit V "Hie wounded man, regis-t- low of coffee. red at the tavrrn a A ml re v. l'aul. 1!ea, "Ah. Rood momlnt:." wns the blnnd an Ilarnes la Informed he must not leave little man's erecting. "Up with the i"'ll after the inquest. O'Dowd ami I)e iuln. K irate at lreM l'awjr. Mt the Inrk, I see. Sllnd If I sit down here apparently much iiiyillfb,) over and have my terrL esss?" He pulled out n Ule affair rhalr opimslte Itarnes nnd cisilly sat rilAITHt adranees Hush-rt.i- down nt the table. mm,!') .mueiit in release tha in li rniharrasslng tioalllon. "Vou cun't sell me n set of Dickens . m.Hi I t.er. t lu nlllclal barker. He iKs rit. ,, inn), ami in the (rounds Ht this hour of the dny," snld l!nrm- met is Ills arq ialnlaiHf nf the nlant be-- f srHirly. "Itixtldea, I've finished my re. flmlins; her u girl of surprMnK brrnkfast. Keep your sent." He start- bnn.ty eil to rise. fllATTFR Vtl fhe teems not to -t "Sit down." wild Sprouse quietly. if v maliiai him, and luras nosyf a,.) )fashion esiars ami In aparntly Snmetlilni; In the man's voice nnd iiihu- frirndly nrta llarnei (who fwf ner struck Ilarnes as oddly cnmpelltnR. lie is unsfknimi fmni the (rounds. He hiMitnteil n second nnd then re-- I tlAlTKH ThH.fceray warns slimed his seat. "I've been lnvetl-- i ll.irnf that a man ''ipntiK at tha t ei 'i, oatenslhly a book Hnt. IhiiI saarrhcxl catliie you, Mr. Ilarnes," said the little lis Imainaa In hi atiaente. O'lKiuil mail, utismllluitly. "Don't get sore. ntn.'H in u.r tavern and wllh ttarnea and over tha arena of the previous There are a lot of things that you don't riiiiii . frn Ilirnea Is InUled to know, ahtaitint and one of them Is that I don't oiniiLi at Oiciu r'unvy. ell books for living. It's something tls CHAITKIl aiiualntiine of tha et'irm is li.iroduted as Mlts Camerm. of it side line with me." He leaned The of the houea lrty. purtlru-larla man Ininxlured to lilln us I,lli." forward. "I shall he quite frank with secret service mnn. and the numlm of nivnaertnpls alwul the you. sir. I nm pliue, s'liiHrwImt uatonleliej ilarnes. Yesterday I went through your effects Uui2 liffurf tlioy tunic to the tun.-plk- upstulrs, and Inst night I took the liblilx liunilrcil erty of spying iimi you, so to speak, Itiirne I1111I yon were a guest at Oreen Htul iiiii" NiiiM,aitli)iiK to tin following whll omrrcte ronrltiKlnn : (Jrrwi Kuticy Kuney." "The deuce you say!" cried Ilarnes. whh mi loticer In tlio IiiiiiiIh of Km oris-lim- l "We will get right down to tacks." oMitT for the k'hiiI ami xiilllrlt'iit "My government The said Sprouse. rvuHntt thnt Mr. ('iirtl.t un n'nl mntir of tin' lituiMe wiim llu iinin which Isn't yours, by the way sent TliniiiKh O'Dnwil lie me up here live weeks ago on n cerktiiiwn n huil lenxoil thi lirninTty from the wil tain undertaking. I 11111 supposed to find out what Is batching up at Oreen Mini huil ohiiI ilHiiKliter-lu-hiw- . hliust'lf ilnTt, Mirrimmlril hy Fancy. Having sutNtled myself that tniHtworthy lu'tirhmi'ii. for the puriwm-o- f J on "ft' not e lected with the gang rnrryltii; out xonio ilnrk ml hlnlstiT up there I cheerfully pluce myself lu your hands, Mr. Itarnes. You were at pnOiTi. So was I. "I xupi'oee Mrt. Colllor tins npont a Oreen Fancy last night. cn nt ileal of time up here with her You had an advantage over me, how ever, for you were on the Itisldo and brother." "First time lie wan ever here, m I was not." "Confound your Impudence! I" fur 11 I know," Mild IVter. nml ltiirnes "tine of my purposes In revealing promptly took up his weiivlni; one) myself to you, Mr. Ilnrnes, Is to warn innr. With one exception, he ileddeil, the you to steer clear of that crowd. You entire eoiuiiy nt (Jni'ii Kniicy wiih may And yourself In exceedingly hot Involvwl In the roniplniry. The ex- water later on If you don't. Another ception ni.n MUs (.'nuieroii. It wna purpose, and the real one. Is to secure. In beat-In- e Ulle clenr to him Hint Kite huil heeii If possible, your the game up there. You enn help lulled or hetrnyeil Into her present piwlllon; that n trap huil heen xet for me, and In helping me you may he In Iter nml hIii" huil wnlkeil Into It lillml-- strumeutal lu righting one of the gravest wrongs the world bns ever ly, trtlitluely. This wouhl keem to tnhllNh, heyonil qtiextlnn. thut her rup- known." "Will you be good enough. Sir. ture ml detention wits vllnl to the Interest h of the plottitrn; otherwMe ulie Sprouse, to tell me Just what you are would not have been lured to Oreen trying to get at? I know nothing what l'nncy under the linprosslim (hnt xhe ever against Sir. Curtis mid IiIj wii.i to find hernelf iiimiiik frlemls and friends. You assume a great denl ' "F.xcuse me, Sir. Ilarnes. I'll admit atipporterM. Supporters! Thnt word Hturted u new train of thought, lie that you don't know anything against cnipM hardly wait for ihe story that them, hut you suspect a whole lot. To begin with, you suspect that two men wiim to f.ill from her Hps. "lly Ihe ny, Peter, It has Jimt oc- were Mint to death because they were curred to me that I may he utile to In wrong with someone at Oreen Now I could tell you who Klve you Job lu ease you are let out Fancy. these two men really were nnd why I can't nay dellnltely by .Mr. Curtis. until I have communicated with my they were shot. Hut I sha'n't do any Mister, who has a summer home In the thing of the sort at least not ut pros CIiAI'Tntl ti-au'e-nolillII-dan-reru11 ciirl-oi'tI e . ii ' m toir-m- a i ! VIM-Mlaa oil-er11 IX-ly 11 i. I'Ntnli-llHhttt 11 1 -11 11 0111I" moment. You expect me to "Just abuse the hospitality of " "I shall have to speak plainly, I see." lie leaned forward, Hxlng pair of steady, earnest Ilarnes with eyes. "Six months ago certain roynl house In F.tiropc was dcpltcd of Its 11 11 11 Jew'els. Its privy seal, Its most precious slate documents nnd Its charter. They have been Irnced to the United States. I am here to recover them. Thnt Is the foundation of my story, Sir. Ilarnes. "Without divulging the name of the, bouse I wilt say thnt Its sympathies have been from the outset friendly to, the entente allies especially with France. There are two branches of the ruling family, one In power, the other practically In exile. The state' smnll one, hut Its Integrity Is of Is the highest. Its sons and daughters have married Into the royal families of nearly all of the great notions of the continent. The present or 1 "lioiihl any. the late ruler, for he died mi a Jlelil of buttle not many months bad no direct heir. "itfo. He was 11 )M'itm mid titiiilnrrleil. I am not permitted to state wltii what army he was fighting, nor on which front he rlf 51 Mm I I ,1 tP n- -i "Six Months Ago a Royal House Was Despoiled of Its Crown Jewels, Seal and Charter." llerkshlres." Ilnrnes was Impressed. "Perhaps "I'll be much nhllccd, Kir. Course I won't miy n word. Will I llnd you at you will condescend to tell me who the tavern If I Ket my wulklu' papers you nrp, Sir. Sprouse. I am very much In the dark." Boon?" special agent but not a "I am "Yes. Stop In to see 1110 tomorrow If spy. sir of u government that Is you huppeu to be passlni;." Iliirnrs Mild Kod nlKht to the man friendly to yours, I am known la Sly credentials ure not and entered tho tavern n few minutes Washington. later. I'utnum Jones was behind the to be questioned. At present It would dock and fuclntc him was the little be unwise for me to reveal the name I dare say If I nf my government. book iiKcnt. "Hello, KtraiiBer," creeled the land- can ufford to trust you, Sir. Humes, lord, "Keen MishayltiK In rioclety, hoy T you can nlTord to trust me. There Is ton much nt stake for mu to take the Sleet ruy friend Sir. Sprouse, Sir. Hprouset fllve hi in slightest chance with any mnn. I am Ilurnos. Hle-ethe Ulckens!" Sir. Jones lutiKlied loud- ready to chance you, sir. If you will do the same by me." ly at his own Jest "Well," began Ilarnes deliberately, Sprouse shook hands with his vic"I guess you will have to taku a tim. "I was just suyltiK to our friend chance with me, Sir. Sprouse, for I reJones here, Sir. Humes, thut you look fuse to commit myself until I know exactly what you are up to." Uk u more tbun ordlnurlly Intelligent "In tho flrst place, Sir. Humes," said mnn and that If I had n chance to bun Sprouse, suiting bis eggs, "you have with you for u quarter of on hour I been thinking thut I was sent down could present a proposition" from Oreen Fancy to spy on you. "Sorry, ShvSprouse, but It Is half-CH- Isn't thut so)" tdejRovk, uml I am "I am answering no questions, Sir. 11 st dojc-Ure- Sprpuse." wns killed. It Is only necessary to say that his little state was gobbled up ly the Teutonic ullles. The branch family mentioned as being In f ll. lle lent lis support to the cause of Cermniiv. not for moral reasons but In the hope and with the understiind-i.ig- . nm to believe, that the crown amis uould be the reward. The heir to the crown Is a cousin of the bite prince. He Is now prisoner of war In AlWtrla. Other members of the family are held by the Hulgarlans n. prisoners of war. It Is not stretch- Ing the Imagination very fur to picture them us already dead and out of' the way. At the close of the war. If her." "What do you mean?" Oeriininy Is victorious, the crown will "Come with me to my room," snld be placed uihiii the head of the pro- tender branch. Are you following Ilnrnes. suppressing Ids excitement. "I think I cau tell you where she Is me?" "Yes," said Harnes, his nerves tin-- and a great deal more Unit you ought gllng. He wns beginning to see n to know." In the little room upstairs he told great light. Almost under the noses of the the whole story. The little man lis- forces left hy the Teutonic allies to! tedHsl without so much ns a single hold the Invaded territory the crown word of Interruption or Interrogation. Jewels, charier and so forth, hereto- Somewhat breathlessly Harnes came fore mentioned, as they say In legal to tlio end. "And now, srr. Sprousp, what do parlance, were surreptitiously removed from the palace and spirited nway by you make of It nil?" he Inquired. Sprouse leaned back In his chair, persons loyal to the ruling brunch of the family. As I have stuted, 1 inn en- suddenly relaxing. "I am completely gaged In the effort to recover them. nt sea," he said, and Ilarnes looked ut him In surprise. "Now we come to the present Some months ago u member of "lly Jove, I thought It would nil be the aforesaid royal house arrived In as clear as day to you. Here Is your this country by way of Japan, lie Is mnn and also your woman, und tho n distant cousin of the crown, and In traveling bag full ii way remotely looked upon us tho "Itlght you are," Interrupted Sprouse. heir apparent. Later on he seques "That Is all simple enough. Hut, my tered himself lu Camilla. Our agents dear Humes, can you tell me what Sir. In Kuropc learned hut recently that Secretary Loch's real nnmo Is? Why while he pretends to be loyal to tho has he established himself so dose to ruling house be is actually scheming tho'Cuuudlau line, and why the mongutnst It. I have been ordered to bilisation? I refer to bis unny of run him to earth, for there Is every huskies." reason to believe that the men who' "Heirs nppnrent usually lmve sotno secured the treasure have been duped sort of u bodyguard, don't they?" Into regarding him as the avowed Sprouse was staring thoughtfully at champion of Ihe crown. Now, Sir. the celling. When be finally lowered Harnes, without telling you how I have his eyes It was to favor Harnes with arrived ut the conclusion, I am pre- a deep, Inscriitublo smile. pared to stute that I believe this man "I dare say the II rat thing for me to be ut Oreen Fancy, and thut In time to do Is to udvlse the Cuuadlun authe loot to use a harsh word will be thorities to keep u sharp lookout along dejlvered to Mm t litre I am hern n the border." (Continued next wook.) 1 dl-is- 't 11 1 situ-ntlo- n. get" ItTonc wny'or another, when" That comes to pnss." "What led you to snspoct thnt tin Is at Oreen Fancy, Sir. Sprouse?" j "History. It Is known thnt this Sir. Curtis hns spent n great denl of tlmo In tho country nlltnlcd to. As a mnt-'tc- r of fact, his son, who lived In London, had rather extensive business In- Cause of Many Battles Between terests there. This son wns killed In Rival Ranchers and the Ilnlkan war several yenrs ngo. It Is snld thnt the man I am looking for W;th Outlaws. wns n friend of young Curtis, who n SIlss O'Dowd In London tnnrrled tho Honorable SIlss O'Dowd, daughter of an Irish peer and sister of Ihe chap MORE THAN 0,000 IN TEXAS you hnve met nt Oreen Fancy, About six wck8 ago u former equerry In the roynl household arrived In New York. "Cow" Thieves Use Inflenlous Methods to Change Marks on Stolen AniThrough him 1 lenrned thut the daughmals Many Strange Deter of the gentleman In whose I101.se the senior Sir. Curtis was n frequent vices Arc Used. guest had been In the United Stntes since some time prior to the beginning Austin, Tex. itoiiiance, not unmixed of the war. She was visiting friends with tragedy, might be written about In the StaU's and has been unable to the cuttle brands of Texas and Ihe return to lur'oun Innd, for reasons Southwest. Around them have centhnt must be obvious. I mnv as well tered many thrilling deeds. The confess that her father was, by mar- have been the means of bringing swift riage, an uncle of the late ruler. retribution to a host of outlaws; they "Since the Invasion and overthrow have served as the basis for transacof her country by the Teutonic allies tions Involving the sale of many milshe has been endeavoring to raise lions of head of cuttle. money lure for the purpose of equipThe records of the Texas Cattle ping and supporting the remnnnts of ItiilsetV association show that there army that fought so valiant- ore more thun 8.000 registered the smnll brands ly In defense of the crown. These In this stnte. No two brands are alike. mon, n few thousand only, are nt pres. Usually each brand represents n sepent Interned In n neutral country. I arate ranch. It Is often the ense that leave you to guess what will happen If n ranch Is much bettor known hy the she succeeds In supplying them with brand of Its cattle than by the name nnns nnd ammunition. Her work Is nf the owner. Owners may change, being carried on with the greatest se but the brand never. crecy. To bring the story to a close, When Hernando Cortex conquered I wns Instructed to keep close wntcli Mexico lu the early part nf the sixI traced him on the man O'Dowd. century he established a ranch to this place. I was on the point of teenth upon the Isthmus of Tchnuntepoc. The reporting to toy superiors that he was cnttle bore his brand. Although thut In no way associated wllh the was nearly 400 years ngo the cattle , and that upon thnt much todny bear the orlg Oreen Fntiey was ns free from tnlnt luul Carter brand. as the village chnpcl, when out of a Origin Lost In History. clear sky and almost under my very The origin of the cnttle brand date noso two men were mysteriously done nway with at the very gates of the back to the dim dawn of history. In place. The killing of those two men the dnys of free grass nnd open r.ingi changed the aspect completely. You the brand was an absolute .necessity IP will certainly agree with me after I order that the owners might Ideuf) hnve explained to you that the one their cattle In the annual round-up- s known ns Andrew Itoon was no other With the coming of wire fences wns largely obvlnted, but tin thnp the equerry who had undertaken brand servisl still to place guilt upon to find the young woman." Harnes drew a long breath. Ills cnttle thieves. This purpose Is still mind wns made up. He had decided seired and this fact accounts largely to pool Issues with the secret agent, for the retention of the brands by Ml but not until he wns convinced thnt of the ranchmen. Ingenious methods nre. sometimes the result of their would lu no way intlict a hardship upon the used by cuttle thieves to change existyoung woman who bad appealed to ing brands upon stolen stocks. Slost lilm for help. Ho wns certain thnt she of the members of the Texas Hunger wns the fair propagandist described force ure experts In the matter of detecting the disguising or changing of by Sprouse. "And the young woman, what of brands. her? Sin' would. In nny case, be held The cnttle brands of some ranches ure nn Intangible asset of great value for examination nnd " "Sly dear sir, I muy ns well tell you These brands hnve come to stand for now thnt she Is n loyal subject, and. honesty In breeding, honesty In weight far from being In bnd grace ut court. and honesty In denting, Just as the Is an object of extreme solicitude to heraldry of knighthood stood for honthe ambassador. From what I enn or, for bravery nnd for noble deeds gather she has disappeared complete- and accomplishment. Announcement ly. Iloon wns sent over here for the thnt cattle of n certnln brand nre ofsole purpose of finding her nnd Induc- fered for sale Is often sutllcient guaring her to return with him to Paris." antee thnt no precautions against "And to take the treasure with her, fraud of any kind nre taken. I suppose," said Harnes dryly. Every Letter Is Used. "Naturally." In the record of brands, every letter began Ilnrnes, Introducing n "Well," of the nlphnbct Is represented, and harsh note Into his voice, "I should most letters are found In three or say thut If she Is guilty of receiving four positions. An exception Is "O," this stolen property she ought to he which has hut one shape. In any posipunished. Jail Is the place for her, tion, nnd therefore can be used only Sir. Sprouse." once. True, there Is the "O" lluttened Sprouse put down his coffee cup nt the sides, hut It Is then called u rather suddenly. A queer pallor enme mnshctl "O," n link or goose egg. Into his face. "N" Is another letter that Is not sus"You do not understand the situaceptible of many positions, for horition. Haven't I made It plain to you zontally It Is".," "l"ls another letter that she Is Innocent of any Intent to with ii limited use. It Is .seldom seen do wrong?" except lu combination with other "You have snld so. Sir. Sprouse, but churaeters. and Is usually culled u bur. your Idea of wrong and mine may not "C" and "K" are examples of letters Jibe." that nre used In four positions. For "There cannot be two ways of look- example, nn ordinary "K" makes one ing nt It, sir," said Sprouse, after n position. Turn It to mi angle of 15 moment. "She could do no wrong." degrees and you hnve the "tumbling Whereupon Ilnrnes reached his band K"; on Its back, horizontally, the "luzy across the table and laid It on K," nnd reversed, a fourth position. Sprouse's. Ills eyes were dancing. There ure lazy and tumbling brands "That's Just what I want to be sure In all letters except "O" and "I." about," be snld. "It was my way of Hut when the cuttle business be(hiding out your Intentions concerning comes general and Instead of 100 ROMANCE WEAVED! IN CATTLEBRANDS nf the It. n, Opp ranch In Button and Slonnrd counties. Leo llrolhers had for Ihelr brand tho graceful flour do lis. Anchors nro common, hut only the John W. Franks ranch In the Osage reservation boasts of the Swnstlkn. A hash knife, n hnt, the Slnsonlc stinro, n key, n turkey track, n boll, crossed wnlklng sticks, nn hour glnss, n tree, n boot, a slipper, a ling, an apple, n (lower, ladders, rnkes, spades, a fence, a dolt baby, n cotton book, n fishhook, a bottle, bridle bits, n frying pnn, n pitchfork mid even n comet may lie seen among the long list nf brands. A "scuple" Indicates that the ranch owner was n druggist before becoming a cattleman. Hearts, diamonds nnd clubs nro found among the records of brands, but the spades nre those of agricultural designs. The tendency Is toward smaller Hrmidlng causes cattle to brands. lose In weight, und the larger the brand the greater the suffering of the cattle nnd the greater the loss nf weight, so custom of great brands, the covering the whole side of n cow, Is passing nwny. Hides nre more vnlu-abl- e today, also, mid the big brands old-tim- e injure the leather. The easiest brands to read are those made with the stamp Iron, thnt Is, nn Iron forged Into the figure or character desired. Sometimes the cowboys encounter a maverick far from headquarters, and In the exigency of the occasion nn Iron rod Is heated and n "running" brand Is executed. NATIONAL TENNIS CHAMPION er crown-cousin- "Children first, tennis afterward," Is the motto of Sirs. Oeorge W. Wight-mnShe national tennis champion. devotes to tennis only the time she can spare after caring for her babies. She Is here Miown with her three youngsters: Oeorge, aged six; Virginia, aged live, and Hazel, aged three. LONGS FOR 30 BELOW ERA Yankee Soldier In Archangel Writes About Lite at Top of World Money Carried In Baskets. Washington. "Every now nnd then we are told we will be getting out of here In a dny or two. Hut the daya nre six mouths long up here." This comment from a letter written' by u doughboy In Archangel has expressed to Hed Cross workers what they assert Is the American soldier's tempered objection to service In north Itussla. "There ure 209,811 Inhabitants In of" ' ArchnngoJ." tho letter cites, "of which 20S,r02 are dogs. Every IIuksIuii has live or six dogs. It Is so far north here thnt we hope soon the weather will moderate to ,'10 degrees below, and be tropical for n while. We nre so deep In Ice nnd snow thnt the natives s have to build tires on both sides of the ranches there ore thousands, must' be devised. The seeker cows before they can milk them. h "A kopec Is worth of a for n brand naturally gets mi Insignia different from that of other ranchmen cent. There are 100 kopecs In n ruble else the brand would full of Its pur- That makes u ruble worth u dime. All pose. So In the latter days the letters the money Is paper, coins having gone out of circulation. A kopec Is the size w ere finally all taken up and the necessity for Individual and uillque brands of n postnge stamp. A ruble Is like, u cigar coupon; a 2,Vruble note resemhns led to many n strange device. e bles a porous plaster and a Many Novel Designs. note Is about jike the Declaration of For example, there Is the "Spur" Independence. A street car ride costs ranch, the "Turk Track" ranch, the GO kopecs, hut most of us would "Tumbling K" of the "Lazy X." Every rather walk than carry the money In ranch has Its principal brand, and a mari.et basket." some hnve many others. Itanch owners, who trade extensively, mid ure constantly acquiring cnttle with different brands, have u number of Inslgnlns This Animal Ticked on record. Often the ranchmen's sons Like Dynamite Bomb nnd daughters have their special brands mid the dedication of n new New York. A letter carrier brand Is not mi unusual form of celeleft for John T. Slcl'urtlund of brating n birth on the range. 117 street, Hrook-lyAmong the peculiar brands Is u piga special delivery package pen, which means u square with Its about n foot square lust evening. ttldes extending to form the exterior Hearing u ticking Inside the angles. Crescents ure common. Only package SlcPiirtluud became conone rami ma n bus a hatchet for a vinced he hud received a bomb. brand. He Hung the package out of a A bow and arrow gives n namo to window and promptly routed out one big Texas much. L. J. Kliubor-lln'- s of the house bis own and the ranch had ti crutch on the hip family on the lloor above. No exand a coffee pot on the side. The plosion followed. coffee pot design Is not so Intricate as SlcPurtlmid summoned Detecmight Imagine, consisting of only one tive Joseph Station from the eight lines. He Fourth avenue stutlou. Wine glasses are not uncommon as dropped the package Into u pall a brand und tho J. W. Friend Cuttle of water and cautiously opened compuuy In Crutchett county had a It. Inside wu u turtle. gourd. A rocking chair Is the brand one-tent100-rublForty-seventh n, i Page Four. THK CITIZEN Augu.il 21, 1010. Berea College Hospital Brit Equipment Sun-Parlo- ml Sen ice t Private Ut Rc.rn, Cot. Ward for Mfti nd for Women, Baths, Electric Service. "The Princess" Coats and Suits built on quality and workmanship on the new straight linos, for Ladies and Misses. Dresses in the new style and the n e w straight lines in lette, tricotine, I French serges all sizes up to 48. Also satin, Q.h a r nieuse. taffeta. and georgette, fez 7 suit-dress Surgery, Care in Child birth, Eye, Nose and Ear Come in and GENERAL PRACTICE visit nn etablllimcnt, which l a and In reach of all the people. M friend In need, Riirht Harlan DtriiLcr, H. CuwtRV, Mnv Ansa Powkll Hackrtt, K.N., Superintendent Mns. IIklr.v Stearn Siiarpb, K.S.,AftlJtant I)., Physician M.D., Physician CHANGE IN RATES March t. the rale for board and room of private to 8 prr week. The rate for patients patterns will be cured for In tlie wards will remain the ame It per day. Br Order of Prudential Committer, Ilerea College Hlntnc lu n WUJL ft Ik jto LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A II -- Supporting the Government the government by WE arc supportingthe Federal Reserve in System, the backbone of the nation's banking organization. This enables us to do our share in assisting the government in handling its financial problems, and to extend to business and industry their proper measure of accommodation. -- Children's Best Blacksmithing Scientific horse shoeing, line iron work and repairs of all descriptions at the College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citizen, ad. Office. EUGENE MOYNAHAN. Attorney-at-Law Richmond, Ky. Collections, Rental-- , and Ileal Estate. Ofllce at present with Stephen D. 121 Pnrrish. Baker Logsdon, Dentists Ofllce Hours from 8 (o 5. & i Box 256 L. 4 N. TIME TABLE Northbound No. 3i 3:38 a. m. p. m. .Train No. 38.-1- 2:50 5:31 p. m. Train No. 32 Train Southbuond Train Train Train No. 31 12:40 a. m. No. 3312:25 p. m. No. 37 1:10 p. m. Miss Mabel Montgomery is visiting relatives in Richmond. Mrs. C. C. Hendricks has roturiicd to her home in Richmond after fl ry week s slay with Mrs. W. O. on Jackson street. Cnpt. M. L. Isaacs and wife arrived tins week for a visit with Mr. Isaacs' mother at her home on Center street. Miss Grace Adams, who is head nurse at Gibson Infirmary at Richmond, was home last week for a .short vaea'ion and to attend the Old Fiddlers' Contest. Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Golden are being visited by Mr. Golden's brother and wife who are bore from Kansas for an extended visit with relalivps. Mrs. Juan Morgan left last week for a visit with relatives in Cleveland. 0. Mrs. B. F. VanWinkle and children and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Early and little daughter expect to leave for Cleveland, 0, this week whoro they will mako their homos for Ihe pros-it- t. Mont-coine- coats in newest colors and latest styles. Latest modes from Paris and Eastern Market in Ladies' and Children's Mr1' mm Berea National Bank Fall Hats. Ladies' and Children's Fall Hats on Display at Mrs. Eva Walden n' .Mrs. Jessie Fugale and little daughter, Martha Susan, of Lex ington, visited fur a few days this week, thoir cousin, Mrs. Benton j Fielder. Mr nnil Mr Hnnlnn Kiohler nml young son, O. W are spending a few days this week with Mr. Fluid-- 1 ed's father and other relatives at " Palmer, Kstill county. Miss Mabel Jones of Danville is spending Ihe week with friends and relatives in Berea. Dr. Logsdon has been with friends m Hazard this week. Mr". J. B. Richardson and children- are with homofolks at Oiooh- -t i i. lilllU ii.i lUTt. UllS Everett Stafford was in Nicholas villo and Lexington on business last week. j Quality Clothes Shoes and Hats Misses Thelma and F.dna Jack-oWITH THE CHURCHE3 Roo Spink ery pleasantly entertained a number of their I'NION CIll'RCH ymihg friends at a lawn parly at Weekly Prayer Meetimr, Thurs- llie luKiie f the latter on Chestnut day night at 8:00 o'clock. street last Saturday evening. Preach in?, Sunday, August 21, at Lieut. John Webb, son of Mr. and tl:(Hi o'lijoek, by Professor llniue. Mrs. D. W. Webb, is enjoying a We extend a cordial welcome (o well earned furlough at the home you to worship with us. of his parents oil Jackson s trout. Ir. Hiilchins, our loniMinry Mrs. Harold VanWinklo and ohild-re- n pastor, from Oberlin, O.. will ho with of Cincinnati are visiting Mr. us to take up the work, Soptem-,lM- -r Stanley Johnson, who has been F.. A. Bender on Center 5th. K. F. in France, returned and Mrs. with tin' A. street. Kvoryboly knows II. K. Taylor. to his home at Blue Lick last week. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kelly, of liar-- 1 He's hack on his job. Ho will siustk Miss Lelia Flannery who is taking Ian, arc visitors at the home of Mrs.i 1o the Burgess Bible Class at the a course in nursing at Bailie Creek, Kelly's parent. Mr. and Mrs. .Mark Union church next Sunday at 10 Mich., is visiting at home. I o'clock. Planery, on Center street. F.verybody come early and la- -l week to do Joe Vanllook left Walter Dizney has received hi get a good seat. extension work in Elliott county, discharge from the navy and "is a! Lesii subject: Brotherhood. with headquarters at Movehcad. with his parents, Professor Miss Elizabeth Logsdon, of Battle home B. F. Dizney. Christian Church Creek, Mich,, is spending her vaca- and Mrs. The pastor returned from a meet tion with her brother Zubcr Logsing in Grayson county and preached! in Boroa. don, and PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES Lords Day. Services were interThe Women's Relief Corps held esting all the way from Blblo Iheir meeting on Saturday. There, E. F. Dizney, Principal school to close of the morning hour. was quite a good attendance and llc " BIBLE h:IHK)L RKPORT W. R. C. will not nvt guefLs. The School opens Monday, August 25. Chapters read, 70; Bible. 2fl; Aagain till the sfrond Saturday in The Principal, Mrs. Munry, Mr. ttendance, 71: Offering, $2.57. October. Clark, and Mis Hon 11 are altruidlng Next Lord's Day our Bible school After speeding a delightful va- 'IVnCToM's' institute jil Richmond this will bo conducted by J. W. Hem-dofriends and relatives in week. cation with and our Superintendent. Pnul Borea. Mr. Joseph Linthicum an I Miss Bowie. is .supplying for an left Wednesday for their Owsley comity teacher iti a rural Derthick. will attend at Glade. Wrhildren aiv h.iomit fur n mueh closer fel home in Cnington, O. school. lowship between the two school Miss writes from iier homo ;in,i congregations, at McKiuney that ihe is looklngl program for ne. Lord's Day forward lo her yenr's work with will b: Bible school. 0:15; preachpleasant anticipation-- . ing and ciimtiiunion service, 11:00. Kerybody is surprised and do-- 1 All nre welcome that wish to be ligliled with the financial succoss I witli us. La-- t 1wil's Day we had of the Big Fiddlers' Meeting last several visitors whom we delighted Friday night. lo welcome. Mans improvements are need oil at the Public School, and the toaoh-e- rs Baptist Church v are delichled lo note the interSunday school, 0:15 a. m. est of so many public spirited peoPreaching sorvices, 11:00 a. m. ple of Borea in bohalf of the school. B. Y. P. U.. 0:15 p. m, Mrs. Mattie VanWinkle, with hor Prayer mooting Thursday family of bright and interesting at 8:00 o'clock. girl, leaves this week for Cleveland, Sunday School Report! ().. to make her future home. The Attendance, 105; Bibles uy; Coseliool has liwl one of its .best llection, 810.00. lenchers and some of its Ihiosl Rev. John Cunningham, Pastor. pupils. All pupils are aked lo bring tludr Methodist Episcopal Church old school books Ihe llrt day. New Sunday school 9:15 a. m. books are delayed and you can help Preaching servico at 11:00 n. m. the situation by bringing or sending Epworth League Meeting 0.15 p. m. in any books of the old adoption. Prayer meeting 7:30 p. m., ami Etha j other-relatives SALE ON! We are Having a Big , August Reduction Sale On All OufSummer Merchandise We are Receiving New Fall Goods Daily" , B. E. BELUE CO. Richmond .li. - Kentucky Priced to sell at $100 per n, MRS. NETTIE WYATT DIES school. a rre. , ; n. ' att. much loed Nellie and admired l.y all who knew her. 111 her sinter's home passeil iiwa uenr Lexington, July II, 1910. Wyntt, Nettie formerly Mrs. Kaster. wa Imii-i- i in K7!I. near Be. ren, and liveip 111 town for many lie was t;n- -, during which time n faithful member ami nu worker in the Keren M. K. church. To all who knew her, her noble Ctirintian life was an inspiration., Many are the friends who mourn em-ne- We hae a niinher f other (dares; onie smaller, others larger Khan these. Tell 11 your wanU and we will try to (III them. Penoot hnvinsr property for sale at, r fmr price will do well to im ami lit it with tu. We havu some country torew for sale that ire im ttiii us. Call al the Beren Hank A '1'runl lUtmpany and nee Mr. Dean when in Ilerea. Hermlon's olilce i "under bin hat." Caleb him at any old place. The Dixie Highher loss. Her only son, Herbert, Is a farm way will be Tart la treated to Kingston in two more days, then up goes er nar Kingston. Due to an oversight. Ihi denl'i the prices from 10- per cent lo SO per cent for land along this road; notice did not appear sooner. better buy now. Heiperlfully, Deposed President of Peru Banished. Peru.--.loHe 1'Mnlo, who was I.linu, forced from the Pildency July I by partlMiiis of Atisiuto Lobule, husjeft prison on his way Into mile. Accompanied by his brother J111111, fonnur head of the t'hiiliiher of Deputies, t lie former - President went to C'horellhiK, Wicru the In others einharked 011 thtl Memo tug Hercules to Mill north. It This Is Not a Warning win, expected that the tut: would owr- -' The other day a man sent a Pavilion Service tuke the Peruvian line Meioncr Uoa-yn"pomo""lo an editor, entitled "Why The sorvices at the Pavilion last oft the l'uriiNliui coast, where thu I Live." Ho received the following Lord's Day night proved lo be a Purdo lirntliers would to uhoard. reply from the hereinabovemeiilion-e- d special uplift (o all present. Bro. editor, lo wit: "My Dear Sir I. J. Spencer, minister of the Central DO YOU WANT A TARM NEAR The reason you live is that you christian church of Lexington. BEREA? I lie didn't como with this yourself." message was a prcaciicii and great one. Mr. Spencer has been ll I DKAN & HEKNDQ.V FOR SALE . desirable home in Berea, lvy 011 Center Street. Very largo luL llv-oroom house frull, etc. nler at iloor. Terms renfon-abl- e. Write me, J. A. WYATT .BHI5 Marburg Aenue, Cincinnati, 0 or see T B. Stevens on Center St. a .... F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR Laundry Work AND Family Washing First Clais Work Guaranteed Laundry called for Monday and delivered the same week Leave Orders one of the leading ministers in Lexington and among the Brotherhood. His presence with us was helpful to all. FARMS FOR SALE the minister for the Central chiiruh Or a house and lot in town? Yes. for a quarter of a century and is we havo both for sale! Higher than Largo and small, also n few houses mid lots in town. If you want to soli, toll 1110 about it, or writo mo. W. F. KIDI), iul.-7- lf. Beron, Ky. J. M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut Street . Berea, Kentucky Tub Citizkn Office The Madison Steam Laundry Richmond, Ky. at "In the production of alcoholism in (ierniHiiy. beer uiidoiibluilly plays the chief role. It must bo conceded that beer is capable of producing typical iloliriimi tremens." Prof-es- or F.mil Kraepelin. First Class Repairing they werol Cheaper than they will be again! But we still have somu AND short options on some Real BarFine Line of Jewelry gains. Our Number 201 is a Hue 221 acres at tyrnll, Ky., on MAIN ST. farm of BEREA, KY. tho Dixie Highway, llvo miles out of Fine laud, well Richmond. and a splendid lucalion Price 6200 per acre. Number lii is a farm on good pike, nice collage Bourbon Pot 'try Remedy hoiie, barn nut! fruit; HO to 00 acres t"V tlU'i CURES ill all. about 25 acres level land: A fiw ilropa In III A drliur waUr c urn halanco aloop. hut rich. Price jyjJiMi. r.4 rrcvrn'i wh u VMl S.tJ Nuinhor 80 is a lino place; 120 fho'm 4rihi, tm Iv. ii.il oihrr rblfk I Uit'.iratHll y 'iiiw acres, well improved, nice I nt IwlUi. tl'unt11 of mi' mo. uil.jni. Ol. ftiakn 32 At ' house, 8 or 10 rooms, large V framed ilrunitUU, ur soi.t It ipoiI lx)itlIJ. ftl... slock and tobacco barn. On good iSZrZrii jurbon ninJyOo , Ky. pike, roneiiicnt to church mid Sold by PorterMoore Drug Co II f two-stor- Ltlr-2ton- August 21. IOIO. TUB CITIZEN UNITED STATES NEWS (Continued rram Fit on) deaths (if rillens of his own Stnli and (lie destruction of their prop- -' Page Five. BOONE TAVERN "The moil home-lik- e and attractive Itotel in Kentucky." Bcrn College Management. First Class, Moderate Kates. For Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists On the 'Dixie Highway Tho country ran real assured mining itiinry will be i , nml Ihe rorcitniyciidatiom Hi uumilloc will "tiliinit will In1 I luxe host .suited In put ii sf op lc4 I In- present intolerable conditions. crly. Mini llm - 2-Ga- rrard County Farms -- 2 of all due progress. Newtpaprr for all that It right foundahoii They'll iln Hie resl themselves. true, ami interesting I don't , I never was inferable. rubllhlty TtiuiwUir t llcrra, Ky. see how any man can be, if he does what ho feels to be right. BEKEA PUBLISHING CO. The only sure way to keep "tho (Incofpot.iad) WM. C. FROST.Idilsr lnXM.I aiilnnerneil tenth" from drowning Is lo leach Ihem lo swim for them1-Subscription Katea 2 selves. I'AYAIII.K IN AtlVANCK II.M Ona Yrr Old ago should he spmit not in t Fla Month. .0! "makliip mickle inalr," Iml in mak- -' Tlirra Monlha BnJ monrjr by l'tl!W or Kipraaa Monry lug gorxl use of what has been Onlrr. Oralt, llrclatrml Mtrtfnt on aiul two j rant lUmpi, The data afler your nam on label hows in Thorp is, no herilape like hoini; The MUST LOCATION ever, i Vz miles east ol Lancaster, Richmond pike. nut what data ynur ulrl'lkin la bald. If it lthln threa wrtki after renewal notify bom oor. The leadbrs and teach (hangnl Yon have been wanting a farm close to Lancaster. Don't let this opportunity slip. ers of this nation came from the "Ytlaalnc numWra will Itlailr Uitlfl If Lancaster, the best towtf of its size in Central Kentucky. The HEST Graded ara notlftnl. poor. nrw and High School 3 Hanks Churches, splendid residences, electric lights, water IJlaralt.rma ilvrntoany whonhtalnfour yrarly The Duck Privates Society organua I would fur ui. Any w rather ho grandson to" one ized al. Monlabaur by members of works, ice plant, etc., etc., hospitable people. The new $75,000.00 tobacco wareubMrliiUona can racaiira Tha Clllian frr. fur who could (enoh mo to mako shoos, on yrar. the First Division announced re- AiWrrtUIni ratal cm application. house will aflord the BILST tobacco market in Kentucky. than tho descendant of thirty cenlly that headquarters in the The 07 12 acres will be divided and sold in 3 tracts, 2 tracts of about 20 acres worlliles dukes. I'niled Stales would he opened in BUT THE OLD BOOK STANDS I each and tract witli improvements of about 57 acres. You may buy 1 or2 or all hellevo in I rue democracy". Chicago late in Align! with Kdward wIumi destructive In these da When the people are really inler-ete- d M. bungalow and hall, porches, beautiful yard to pike' Five-acr- e stock 3. Five-rooe. MrOuire, nalinoal Meld criticism and unbelief art1 someIn anything their voice will and tobacco bam. Cistern, all necessary well watered; splendid in charge. Ilrauches are-texpression liy religion! he heard nt Uio polls. times given frontage on pike. Land level and partly rolling very fertile. Five acres in tobe otiblished In every State in lender ami teachers in some quarThe public is immortal. No nml-t- the Union, according to preenl bacco, 30 acres in corn, 4 acre wheat stubble sown to grass, balance in grass. ters, it is encouraging to note that what trouble il goes through plan. Hip mriil:ir pro litis worthy il will weather it without having its As II platform the society has who still believe I ho foundation shaken. adopted these planks: "Hroader eduunimpaired Kiltie ii tMx accepted I object to the term philanthropwork; cleaner politics, cational liy Ihe smrrilejtwus haggling of som ist when applied lo myself. I have roinpulsory schooling for all boy teachers ami preacher whose niia-tti- always underlootl il lo mean a man The 45.3 acres adjoins with beautiful building site on pike; has crib and brand under sixteen years of age; lo niakei it is to "rightly divide the wilh tnoie money than brain. new tobbaco barn. A lot of virgin blue grass sod just plowed first time thi,s year. burger and belter Americans and to! dUcount' . Word iif Troth" ami not to Poverty develop us. u makes us Readv to "punch." any portion of tin- - inspired canon of work our hnrdP'l. II brings out tho inlerel oiirelves in industry, com-- ! You will have opportunity to buv the 142.8 acres if you want that much. nierce and labor." Wk r,'l 'he following host in us. scripture. Hut bravery must go The society is characterized as a However, will be sold separately. Ddn't miss this opportunity. I "ALWAYS paragraph from an esteemed expIsp wilh adversity, "great monument for the bonne change, the Lexington Herald: SELL," and I always offer something good. These farms will appeal to you. Look we are doomed. dead of the A. E. F.," and it Is plan- -, A mitiinter tft our aniuaititnuce lie your own employer. Tho man before day of Sal:. The more you look, the higher you will bid. This land is up think thorp was ik IUhhI and n6 who hires makes the money; the nod to make fathers and mothers of. for the "high dollar." Write us or call us by phone, between 6 and 7 o'clock a.m. men who dipd in action in France ark. Thorp it imo again. They aro man hired doosn'L "Phone 1 74 or 384. One of tho honorary members. going to conlinuo taking thing, from Industry and natural ability make duties of members of the ooiety will Uip Itihlo until there will Iip nolhliiK tip for a college education. he to mako an annual visit lo the! pft hut tli' name of the publishing I I owe evprything have to my homo of soldiers who died on the whalp was pulled inol her and wife. house. Tho NMir Imtllellelds of the world war. ohI yearn ago and ihimppd hack Into Membership in Hie society i reHip ocean, IipII has Iippii cooled olT The Piiblio Ledger of PhiladelThe Real Estate Man stricted to Ihe privates. considerably, and there Is hardly a phia ays thai prohibition in day hut what mump wiw mn re- that city will be worth a prollt of Drivers of retail milk wagons in move some generally accepted 100,000 working days oor 1017, II1 I.p( Hip hook altMiP and tnko stiMtrls 1111? statement by figures New York City have formulated demands for SfiO a week and a six hour up n collection. from various institutions of tho day to bo presented to their em1 oity. ployers when their present contract A CURE roil SCANDAL For instance, the alcoholic ward of s expires, the last of October, it was can troops crossed the Hhine. and the oath of office was adminis- -, repeal bill over the President's veto, TIip followiiiff clipping wt sent the Philadelphia Hospital, from .luJy-- I learned Saturday night. They will The Americans will retain con- - leied. Captain Swope cast bis llrst lo July IS. recorded treatment a lo us by one of our readers, and also ask for a two percent commis- trol of Coblenz, of the 'fortress of, vote lo pass over the President's 'I WORLD NEWS wo consider the prescription so Ihe rale of 8(X) patient a year. In sion on all time and a half for Khrenbretskln and of the Castlo of 'veto the hill repealing the daylight (Continued from Faas One) helpful Hint wo pa". it on to others. IIM7 it cared for :U8I palients. and double time for over- Moleberge, the outermost post of the .aving law. The vote came in a very and have mado gains to tho north. Takp of good uattiro one ounce; of The writer in the Lodger multi- ocrlimo time on Sunday. The wholesale hridgolier.il. short while after he was swonf "in. The downfall of the radicals in Geran herb called by the Indians "Mind plies the number of patients al the Ihn will ask $55 weekly. Tho First Division, many mem- -' Congressman Ogden, of Louisville, many, Austria, and Hungary is in- your buiniH" one ounce; mix Willi Philadelphia Hospital, 3,581, by 32, drivers rolail drivers get 33 aAt prosont week of a Dual decline of Hoi- a little -- charily for others" and (wo which is the average number ofv trial wholesale driver. get $35, both hers of which wear four service, ' was tho only Kentuckian who voted dicative stripes,' is hound for Camp Taylor, against the pa age of the daylight shevism in Russia. or three sprigs of "Kmjp your days each patient stayed in 1017, with one per cent commission. where it is expected Ihe division1" and thus 'arrives at bis ISI'tOJ days toncuo between your teeth;" will arrive in about a month. thorn together In a vosol call- IokI on account of alcohol in thai l'i ' ii- - , ' An American capitalist, the newsfor a short year. ed "elrcurittpection" papers say. lias ollered to give the T.h9 Blue Grass Fair Onicial of the Philadelphia Itapid time, and It will lie rpady for ue. French government an annual ny-nl- ly i The revival of the Hlue (iras Fair a Tranil Company declared that their the syniplom Application tjie of l.ooo.ooo.ooo fniies for silent itching in Uip Unique and word Of accident for Ihe (Iftpeu tobacco monopoly. Although 'this this year is a mailer of great interHip nioulh, which iuvarinbly days of July nro below last year's, est to ovory farmer in Central and roof of offer was aHOO0,OOu francs more Kaslern Kentucky. An exceptionaltakp place when you are in Hie and the Children' lluivati shows a than tho roturns to tho government ly attractive premium list has been . When you decline in desertion from parents company of from the monopoly, tho ministry nfi provided and (here is reason to he-ifpp) a til of diHorder coinint- - on Vom .w in July. 101 i, to 75 in July, ' ' lliiHtice refined it. going to that Ibis year's fair lake a lettupoonful of the mixture, 1010, and from 172 appeal for aid lie by far the best in the history of hold il in your mouth which you in toi l, lo 70 In 1010. Zone postal rates in so far a they. this institution. The tlale this year The arrests at tho various district will kcop closely shut till you get ' ' would apply lo shipments, of surplus is much more favorable. Hy the ;' confespond-- 1 honw. You will gel" a comploto nt nl Hut house show a ' army food, sale of which began first week in September condition. otirn. Should yon apprehend a re- i tie decrease in numbers. . ,., I?nil.,.11ov .... Monday, were, in effect. siipendedi S11PI The police reporter of tho Pills- -' c lapse, kpep a small botlle about " lost Saturday by the postofllco do- - as to permit the farmers lo take a you. and r"peal the dose on tho burg Lender (July 71 Ii is ipioted partmcut. little vacation and visit Hie big ran. . by the American as follows: slighte! symptoms. The runners will see and hear things "The average uumhtr of prisoners Gives Life to Save Dog. that w ill make the lime and expena. of fiO lo 125 per day which greeted On .Inly lib only :i cases of j were reported in Kansas Magistrate Sweeney in alcoholic Chester. I'u. .Saving Ids dog from well worth while. linos 11 oil the ChesThere will be a line dispay of live days hius dwindled tlown to 2 or 3. being run down hy train Pennsylvania Mo. fiily. ter Creek tmitich of the farmers will have an op- -' ruilrouil, Harry Cavannugli, forty years stock and portuuity lo see and study the latest I lie train. He tiled old, was Mrtick liy offerings in the way of lit the Chester lioMiltnl. Cavaiiniigh was walking up the railroad tracks farm machinery. They will have when lie heurd a train approaching, an opportunity to see what tho very ...... 11.. InnL'.wl ttr lilu fl.ti' wlilrli full, .it it Il ........... . ... iln.-.- I r.. ........... uiu mniif., .mil tlii nr.' .. una r.. i.uiin'ia .... mi-i- i wiiimu' uiu w.f niini.UK ...i.i...... in .1 ru- - im,nli should IUt fail tO IlilVC U IHOSt iiloo fovnininoli ran nfl! lilu ii.it ' benellclal effect. ."..'.. r .. ... .. .: . iiiu lint, ui inc ui'i'ti Krmiueu lion WASHDAY, as it used to be, was a day to be and dragged hint to safely but wus hit KENTUCKY LEXINGTON Old Fiddlers' Contest at Blue Grass hy the engine. dreaded. But now even an extra large wash can A family es The Citizen lo ediirale SAYINGS Or CARNEGIE Hie people is Jho 1 ( Gas Turned Off (ioiieral .March has testified before I he M Hilary AITairs Conmiillee or the Senate Hial Hie War Department has taken a stand agaiul Die further use of poison ga, and believes iftnl chemical warfare should he abolished. As a step in lhal direr-lio- n tliprc is a provision In the Army" reorganization hill now before Con-Brto conolldale the chemical warofaro service with the engineer's department. Senators present called attention lo Hie fact dial Ihirly per cent of American caninltie in tno war wercuue to gns. the intimation licinsr that if we should llnd orreUes in another war where Ihe enemy resnrleil lo gns we would he at a great disadvantage If wo could not retaliate in kind. At Auction Wednesday, September 3rd 10 o'clock A. M. 97 Acres for Mrs. Dora Wheeler 45.3 Acres Adjoining 1 m -- repre-eiilaliv- s; er ' Possession January 1st, or earlier. Easy Terms uii haiid-iu-lia- N ; SWINEBROAD pa-sn- W. E. Moss, Adv. Mgr. Lancaster, Ky. im-in- or 1 1 . ' oe 1 ,. lue Blue Grass Fair 6- . i , 1 . . . D fair Big Days and Nights -- 6 1-- KENTUCKY (Continued NEWS from Fig Obi) and by means of tank car mid boat line. Kentucky First Returning Home Division, Kiust The American the tirst division to laud in France, are leaving the Hhine fin' home. It Is expected tli:l all tho troops to leave will have arrived at llrest within a week. The Cohlonz bridgehead, which has been held by the First Division the departure of tho Second, now will be taken euro of by French iriMips ami the Highlit Infantry of the American Army, which will remain on Hit1 Hhine probably for several years. Tho Highlit Infantry occupies tho southern half of the bridgehead, which lias been tin ,dor American control since last December ID, when the llrst Ainorl- -' lleg-inieut SEPTEMBER 6 $35,000 P5TsTS $35,000 WORLD-FAME- It pays lo advertise and Ihenj "make good" as was done aLlbo; Fiddlers' Concert Del.uxe held in People came Herea last Friday. from far and near, among the visitors being Secretary Walker of tho Lexington Fair Assoclatioif. He was so inspired by i lib occa sion that he is arranging to have a similar contest at tho Illuo Grass, Fair in Lexington during: the weoU to (5. of September 1 be done easily and finished early. The drudgery is gone the lame back and aching arms. A Western Electric Washing Machine washes clothes cleaner and quicker than you could ever wash by hand. Let electricity do this work for you. Electricity on the farm means more than an electric washer. Western Electric Power and Light will run your vacuum cleaner, electric iron and all such work that you now do by hand. Then remember the great convenience that bright, safe electric light brings you in the house and barn. See this Western Electric outfit RAINBOW DIVISION BAND s5 Cfi, 20-C- AK RUBIN CHERRY SHOWS LOADS-- W Running omS Trotting SPECIAL KUN RAILROAD RATES V.I.Ki:it, hrcrflury 1 King Swope, Ihe new congress-sinc- o man from the Eighth Kentucky dis- tricl. was sworn in Tuesday as a member of Congress lo succeed the late Harvey Helm. Captain Swopo's olllolal credentials have not yet been received, but as it was explained Hint bis election is conceded an I that no one objected Id his holiig aworn In without the credentials, ho was brought to the bar of tho House in operation Hart &,McCreary Phone 98 Berea, Kentucky Pago Six. rm: citizkn August 31, HMO. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator Following is a list of prize GOOD LAND AND 000D FARMING A fertile coil is Hip very founda- - ners : .; . . f. . i v.. HI. HI i Host Bolter Scotch Pie, Mrs. t M)l (IIt SUCCCSSIUI t il I III IK" Is n good farnior who Hops not lake , Dean onrp of his html. TIip man who nmkes Ins lipids poorer, even though hp may raise good crops for a few yours while hp is doing It. U liolli n poor farmer anil a poor oIIIuph. TIip fnrnipr of all fanners most worth while is Hip farmer who is improving his land while lie is making a living for himself nnd holpittp In supply his country's needs of food and clothing. Southern Agriculturist. win John SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door es t Annie Pie. Mrs. Will Ulan r.lioeriltite Berea's Vocational Schools money-earnin- Ion. Bol Pie, Mr. CIpvp O Training that adds to your general education. g power, combined with Powers Best Lemon Pic, Mrs. Oeorgo Dick. Best Cream Pie, Mrs. Dick Dunn Mrs Best Plato Corn Mulllns, FOR YOUNG-- MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commerce and Telegraphy. Homo Science, Dressmaking1, Cooking, FOR YOUNG LADIES Nursing. Stenography and Typewriting. Luther Todd. Best l.onf Yeast Bread, Mrs. Bert 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School Coddlngton. Bps! Loaf Salt llislng Bread, Mrs Tom Anderson. Best Ginger Bread, Mrs. Bert HOW TO FIGURE YOUR CAR Coddingtnn. POWER 3rd Door English Academy Course Best Pinto Beatpu Biscuits, Mrs Inquiries received from time to tor those who are not expecting to tcacn and wno are not going Unto indicate Hint the subject of Lena Dickcrsnn. thru Col I ego and doslre more general education. It also fives horse-powe- r, Best Old Fashioned Corn Pom as applied to gasoline the best general education for thoso who wish a good start in Moody. engines, is not clearly understood Miss Mnne study and expect to carry it on by themselves. Best Sponge Cnke, Mrs. George t. by niolor enr owners. A good dray horse can exert a Dick. Door Normal School Best Cocoanut (Inyor). Miss F.thot pulling force of about 550 pounds at This gives the. best training for thoso who expect to teach. the rate of about t foot per second Duncan. Courses are so arranged that young pcoplo can loach through tlio continuously for ten hours a day.. Best Checkerboard (layer . Mr- summer and fall and attend sohool through the winter and spring, For this reason this amount of work Mary Galloway. thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. Cake (mold . Mr Hot Angel Food litis nip to be known in both en-- 1 Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." lloeknday Dunn. glnoeimg and public use as power This mean that any prime' Best Chocolnte Cake (chocolate in Door Course mover, such as an electric motor, cnke , Mrs. Mary Galloway. Hits is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, gas. B- -t Chocolate Uiyer Cake, Mr water wheel, steam engine or Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjecU. The engine which will do the equivalent .1. II. Jneksn. Academy is now Dorea's largest department. Bp.--I Sweet Cucumber Pickles. of work, namely, of this amount lifting 550 pounds I fool per second,' Mis Kthel Duncan. Door Berea College Best Tomato Catsup, Green, Mr: or 55 pounds 10 feet per second, or This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard 5& pound 100 feet per second, is Sam Lackey. Best Tomato Catsup, Ripe, Mrs courses in all advanced subjects. motor. called a Dick Dunn. Methods of Calculation Used A Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. For Best Ouart Penr Preserves, Miss twenty-ilv- o As a definite example, take a ea?i years the board has remained the same in Berea, but the ."Marie Moody. that requires 200 pounds of force unusual situation in which the wuolo country ilnds itself now makes Best Quart Cherry Preserves, Mrs to make it move at the rate of 30 it impossible for us to live on the same money as we have in the past Lackey. miles an ltour. This requires 10' Sam Best Quart Strawberry Preserve All students do some work with their iiands from six to six full horsepower, not counting in the necessary friction which must be Mrs. S. II. Baker. teen hours a week oa janitors or in tlio farm, carpenter shop, printBest Quart Tomato Preserves. ing office, laundry, boarding hall, office, etc., and receive pay which ovwome in the engine, bearings, Mrs. Bert Coddingtoii. transmission, wheels, etc. reduces their expenses. Best Honey in Comb, t lb- - Mr young man or young woman can get an education A car moving at the rate of 301, Any miles an hour is movinc iS feet perl Hoekadny Dunn. at Berea if there is the will to do so. Best Homemade Cheese, Mrs. John second. If you multiply the 200-- 1 PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent pound force required by the ii, you McWilliams. Best-App-le II. Jack by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: Jelly, Mrs. J. will have 8,800, which represents! the number of fot pounds per sec son. Expenses for Boys Best Grape Jelly, Mrs. S. R. Baker. We divide this by ond required. VOCATIONAL AND ACAIIICM! ANII NORMAL FOUNDATION' SCHOOLS COLLrflK Best Blackberry Jelly, Mrs. S. It 500 the number of foot pounds in $ 5.00 3 7.00 $ SX Incidental Fee and wo have 10, or Baker. (130 6.G0 050 Best Gallon Ice Cream, Mrs. Luther Room tlio total net horsepower required. 15.75 15.75 15.78 Board, 7 weeks Lexington Herald. Todd. Best Pineapple. Sherbet, Mrs. Levi3 2325 2055 Amount due September 17, 1010 27.25 HUK) 18X0 Board, 0 weeks, duo Oatifbor 2j LT50 Potts. THE BEREA FAIR ' Fortune and line weather comBest Plate Grapes, Mrs. Jim $10.7G $11.7f 51S.75 bined this year to make the Berea Stephens. Total for Tornt Best Dozen Tomatoes, Mrs. Bert Fair the most successful ever held Exponses for Girls here. The gate receipts were twice Coddington. $ coo $ 7.00 $ 5.oo Head Cabbage, Miss Marie as large as in any previous year. Best ojjO ceo axift Room Tlio ring entries were especially Moody. ' 11.00 liJW ii.00 Board, 7 weeks Half-dozpleasing, with excellent exhibits of Beets, Miss Marie Best 201)0 27.50 Amount due September 17, 191!) 2550 Moody. home and farm products. 124)0 12.00 Board, 0 weeks, due October 2.i 12.00 The poultry and hog exhibits Best Peck Wheat, B. B. Bowcn. wore numerous and of a high grade. Best Baked Ham, Mrs. Dick Dunn $3750 Total for Term "mm 'mzo Tlio Directors took all precauPrettiest Girl Baby, under 18 -. tions to eliminate gambling and months. Mr.- Sarah Anderson. f his does not include the four dollars deposit nor money for beeks other objectionable features, and Prettiest Boy Baby, under 18 Corner rooms 1.00 more. or laundry. good order prevailed throughout. months. Mrs. W. E. Cochran. It was gratifying to eo so many Best Boy Rider, under 12 years Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Business 'of the farming constituency pres- Robert Walker, Jr., 1st: William FaU Winter Sfrintr $I.1.(N) 12.00 $11.00 ent, and it is the hope of all who Ma-o- n Stenography and Typewriting Dunn, 2nd. x 13.00 11.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) Best Girl Ilidor, under 15 years are interested in the fair that each CT0 0.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 0.50 year there may be an increasing Swanor. Business course for students number entered as exhibitors of' Fancy Single Pony Turnout in other departments: home and farm products. Robert Walker, 1st; William Mason 8.25 00 Stenography Tlio Fair is a true success only as Dunn, 2nd. Typewriting, with one hour's it encourages Hie production of Roadster Ring OIK) 050 5X0 use of instrument Best Stallion. Mare or Gelding, any bolter vegetables, grains, stock, and Com. Law., Com. Geog, Com. homo products. The race track, for age Charley Dunn, 1st; Jesse 1.05 1.80 1.05 Arith., or Penmanship, each.. honest competition in speed, is a Rodger?, 2nd; Robert Walkor, 3rd thrilling and enjoyable accompani Races on Track In no cae will special Business Fees exceed $1.00 per wook. incut, which will always prove a Mule Race John Anderson, 1st; drawing card. William White, 2nd. If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to he The Board of Directors should feel Trot Mr. Jenkins (Logan D) 1st; in school the full year, by all means they should enter for a course durhappy and encouraged to plan for Mr. Jenkins (Horns Douglas) 2nd; ing the winter and spring terms. Jesse Rodger (Mohamet Watts) 3rd. a still bigger fair next year. The public schools will close about Christmas and tlio teachers Beef Bred Cattle and advanced pupils should not he idle through the long winter CINCINNATI MARKETS. Best Bull, under 2 years old, months but should be studying in Berea where tho best education can Hoekaday Dunn. be gotten for least money. Hay and Grain. Best Bull, any ago Arch Doty 1st; Corn No. 2 white $2.132.etnoln Fnck Herndon, 2nd; Lona C. Fish. white $2.112.I3, No. 2 yellow $2.11 Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they an 2.13, No. 3 yellow $2.09 2.U, No. 2 3rd. above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi mixed $2.102.12, No. 3 mixed $2.03 Best Heifer, under 2 years old 2.10, white ear $2.1002.12, yellow ear signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliable Joe Mason, 1st; Arch Doty, 2nd. $2.1002.12. teacher or neighbor. The use ot tobacco is strictly forbidden. Best Cow and Calf, any age Arch Sound Hay Timothy per ton. neir For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, clover mixed new $20032.50, Doty, 1st; Joe Ma3on, 2nd;- - Hoeka$2033,, clover, new $2030. day Dunn, 3rd. MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Oats No. 2 will to 70S0c, No. 3 Dairy Cattle 77-white 7SV40TOC. No. 2 mixed Best Dairy Cow, any ago P. B. Fall Term Begins September 17. 78c, No. 3 mixed 70l477V4c. Johnson, tst and 2nd; John Dean 3rd. Butter, Eggs and Poultry. Colt Ring Butter Whole milk creamery eitrflt Draft Horses fitly Duorson, 1st; Charley Dunn, 67c, centralized creamery citrus 63 Vic, Best Suckling Horse Colt Charley Best .Suckling Horse Colt Charley 2nd; A. 11. Hamilton, 3rd. firsts 52c, seconds 51 14c, funcy dairy Dunn, 1st; Hoy Dunn, 2nd. Dunn, 1st; Will Anderson, 2nd. 48c. Races on Track Best Suckling Maro Colt-- A. H. Eggs Kxtra firsts 10c, firsts 12c, Bost Slallion, Maro or Gelding, any Mr. Jinkins (Gov Pr.co or Trot Hamilton. 1st; (iuy Duorson, 2nd. ordinary firsts 3Uc. Ma-oFrick Herndon, 1st and 2nd. 1st; Mr. Rodgnrs (Mohatts) age Best Stallion, Mare or Gelding1, Live Poultry Fryer, over 2 lln Bust Pair Draft Horses, either sox nil; Mr. Jinkins (Black Maro) 3rd. ihc; broilers, 1 lb and over. 31c: lino venr mid limine tu-- llnv Hnmi Frick Herndon, 1st; N. W. Hodgers, Arch Doty, 1st; I'M Mule Race fowls, 5 lbs and over. 30c: under 5 lbs. OA- -. ' ..rt Saddle Ring 2nd. Haolwood 2nd. Be.--t Stallion. Mare or Gelding, Live Stock. Raymond Terrill, Pony Race Races on Track Kdgar Doty, 1st; A. II. Abill, 2nd. Cattle Shippers $11.50 15.50, butcli. three years and over Mr. Parrish Free For All Race er steers, extru $12.50 11, good to 1st and 2nd; Douglas ChcnnulL 3rd. Host Horse Mulo Colt, Frick Horn- - (Juilgo Ward) 1st; Mr. Jinkins choice $11.50 12.50, common to fair Harness Ring Ion. 8 11; heifers, extru $12 13, good to (Lady L) 2nd; Mr. Rodgors (Tony choice $1112, common to fair $7 Best Harness Stallion, Maro "or Best Maro Mule Colt Jim Adams, Light) 3rd. 10.50; cows, extra $10 11, good to Gelding, nny nge Kdgar Doty 1st, 1st; Jesso Vaughn, 2nd. Mulo llaco William White, 1st; Choice $7.50 10, common to fair $0 Best Brood Mare and Colt, either Alvin Baker, 2nd. T, cannons $55.50, stackers und food- - 2nd nnd 3rd. ox (50-5Jim Adams, 1st; N.W. Berea Boys' and Girls' Agricultural MS, $7011. Pony Ring Calves Extra $20.5021, fulr to Bob Walker, Rodgors, 2nd. Best Harness Pony Club Rings $102O.0O, common and luryo $3 Combined Ring Harry Wagors, 2nd. food Walking Ring Bot Stallion. Mare or Holding, any Contlued to tho members of tho nogs Selected heavy shipper Edgcr Doty, 1st and 2nd; Roy Berea Boys' and Girls' Agricultural ago Best Slallion, Maro or Gelding $22.75, good to choice packors and Club buly. butchors, $22.75, medium $22.75, stags Arch Doty, 1st; Dick Dunn, 2nd. Luanoe, 3rd. $10011. common to cholco heavy fat Pig Division Robert Best Pony under saddle Sweepstake Colt Ring light Ned Best Male Pig, any breed Me I Suckling Colt, either sex Walker, Jr., 1st and 2nd. awe 114010,lbs and Bhtppers$14$21.75 (110 20.75. less), General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your prcsonl advancement, wo can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid improvement Berea's 4th Berea's 5th Berea's Preparatory'Academy SCIENTIFIC SCORING AUTO RACES SCHEDULED BL0UDED" FOR "BABY" AT FAIR TO OFFER "RED SPORT AT COMING FAIR Mothers of all kind and clnstei American sports nro usually of a would rise up In wrath should nny onci vigorous, "red blooded" variety, and assert Hint pigs or pups were of mora nothing nppeats to the sons nnd iIiiiikIi Importance than her own precious off. ten of "Uncle .Sum" like a contest spring, but until recent years that was which inlls for during, skill and speed, anil la no cm ne will lie found a more exactly the attitude taken by the parperfect embodiment of these assets enthood of the country. (Iretit care and scientific study was than In nutoiiiolille racing of u type to be featured at the State Fnlr which dcvoled to the upbringing, developthe week of ment mid breeding of stork luVaue It will be held In September wns commercially productlte, hut baby During the two Html dnjs of the was allowed to Imitate Topy and "Jes Fair, racing events will be staged grow." In State ciiiiseiuenre many a lltt!n oval of the race track In on the line body developed wrongly, Ills and evils front of the grand Mimil and many stars of American hidden from the unskilled eye waxed of the mill foreign trucks will k after estab- and grew apace mid many n man or lished record Willi u savagery which woman faced life heavily liaudleapiei Is certain to result In surprising by their parents' link of ls,on changes In the sportdedgcrs. During With the crtiade Imiugurtiicd by the 11US campaign many established Mr. Frank De (iarmo, In IPOS at tin) records were wiped out by Slg HugCongress Mothers' Health of the ilnlil, Fred I lorey, Jules Hllinghoc, l.eon I hi my , It.iy l.nmpkln ami others mid It Is expected that the contest this year will develop new points ami bring the automobile features Into spectueulitr promise ns one of the most delightful, stirring and sensational of ferlngs of the entire celebrutlon. Ilughdahl, who was a sensation last )car with his famous Plat Six, has practically rebuilt his cur and it Is said to be n genuine whirlwind now. As an example of its going qimllty It may lie mimI Unit on Inst IjiIiot Day at Lincoln, Neb., Iliigdahl tnneleil u mile in 1.01 00 and two miles In the old records being beaten hctcrnl best-know'J.0-':0O, !ee-oixl- x ' 6th ' lorey has u new mount about which he Is said to be secret und In which he promise to confound his rhnls. Klllngboe mtiains faithful to his famous "Wild-catand will tool thlx wonder at the Fulr. Inimy tins Jumped to the Cusu rating outfit lu place of (ieorge ('lurk, ami Lambkin, who has sold Ills "SuA-ltnywill olosson. out with an American Insteud of u foreign product. In each Instance. I le " ," able-bodi- ed REDUCED RATES ON ALL RAILROADS U The Stnte l'alr mamtgemeiit pleaded to announce i hut a special railroad exi urslon rule lint been secured from the Soul hern l'uiweiiger Trulllc Committee mid that from all jKilntit lu ., Kentucky, mid from Cincinnati, ami Jell co, Ten n , one mid fare will be charged for the round trip where the fare amounts to !!3 cents or r Ticket will be Mild from 0 to 12, Inclusive, mid for trains which are scheduled to arrive lu Louisville before noon of September lit, with a Dual limit of September 15. The colossal total of $110,000.00 Is lit ted by the tnrlous premiums ipiotcd in the 1010 Kentucky Slate l'ulr catalogs which are now off the press and under process of distribution In Kentucky and throughout vurious sections of the country. Keen Interest will undoubtedly be aroused among the farmers and stfik 'jreeders of the Commonwealth by the splendid awards offered and the result is certain to tie one of the most brilliant und success ful fairs ever held In this country. I one-half I'lmUl tr l utlrk stii'tln. UwUt.lt. ot. Sep-teinb- - en State lair began, however, most iiiMriH n ; moviiuetit to g'.vo to the human Infant the same MieiitltlC study that hud been for )eur accorded to the animals and over the country swept the splendid movement which Inaugurated BhIiIos' Health Contests and Congrtso at Stale nnd County Kentucky and KxMsltioiis l'ulr adopted the Innovation lu lUI.'i uno ) Health ConKtlttlted the tlrst I table test that yuur at the Kentucky Statu 1'n I r. The It I in met with the insinnt approval of rural und dly mothers and the contest was one of the most vital and Interesting features of the entiro exhibition. It has grown in Interest from season to seuon ami will ugulu be one of the big features of the l'ulr In September 81.1 For Information an to entry blanks, classes and examinations write for entiling to State Fair Secretary Fount T. Kretner, Suite 001 Republic building, Uiulnvllle a i . Itillana 12-0- Hie Directors ntnl ail concerned to Bowman. 1st; Luna C. Pish, 2nd. pluti for n lugger und better fair Best Durock Sow Pig, pure bred next year. t and 2nd. l.o tin C. Fish, Best Dtinic Boar Pig, pure bred .Nisi Bowman, 1st; l.oim C. Fish, Tlio loguino farmer is the com-- i me farmer," stud a friend the other 2nd. Boat Female Pig, any breed or day. Ho is more than that. He is I he fanner who is now here, and nge lioiiu C. Fish, 1st and 2nd. the niily farmer who has any prom, Host Pig of any hreM or suc .Vesl Bowmun, tsl; Lniiu C Fish, 2nd. ise of staying here. Southern Agriciiltiiris1. Poultry Division A Pop Consists of One Rootor and Four Hens HEROIC OFFER IS REWARDED l.onn C Best Pen, Leghorns Fish, tsl ami 2nd. Best Pen Leghorn, Cockerel and Ptilleb., I.'uin C. Pish. THE COLORED FAIR 4 n) Last Friday ami Saturday ver nf lint it'fi'ileitl In tlio lull, I tlrst Colored Fair over hold in Be- - j rea, and the Board of Directors are to lie congratulated upon the sue- -' cess of tho occasion. The weather on Friday was ideal, and Hie attendance unusually large On Saturday, despite tlio showery weather, a good crowd turned out anil the program of tho day was carried through with hut few exceptions. Splendid music wns furnished both days by Htinrjlton's Colored Band from Lexington. The premiums olTored for tho best liomo-mad- e pies and cakes secured a good display of the most tempting delicacies known in the culinary I -- SI art. Tlio liorso anil mule races were honostly won by tho fastest animal in each raco, and furnished plenty of excitement for tho spectators. Foot races, potato raco3, and a wheolliarrow race proved to bo among tho most Interesting events oil tlio second afternoon. Tlio ring exhibits of colts, mares and stallions, while not numerous, were of high standard, and a practical deinoiislratioii that it pays to raise tho bettor grade of slock. It is hoped that tho success of tills year's venture will encourage 0) lt; "Blind Charlie" (lamer, a newsman of San Diego, Cul . who offered his life's blood In a transfusion to suve tho life of wealthy John II. Kennedy of flunnlson, Cul. Kennedy died, hut not before ho hud made darner his heneilclury to tho extent of $15,000. llaruer lost his sight In a mliiu explo-lo- n Home ream ago. -- ) I August 21, IMfHUVED 1010. THE CITIZEN Pago Seven. UNirOlM INTERNATIONAL SUNMYSOIM Lesson trty nrv v h iitzwatiii n. TMrhrr of I l il.ie n the Moody ,, lllble Inmiluir nf I i. 1 OLD GLORY AT THE ARCH OF TRIUMPH The Approach in Personal Work Uy RBV PACIFIC FLEET HAS BIG GUNS Powerful 1 Batteries Formidable Feature of Western Squadron. DID GREAT SERVICE Big Naval Gun MQBS IN IRELAND ATTACK SOLDIERS Rioting and Looting Occur Troops Londonderr- - Iftunrrlirht. Hii U..Itb Nwii.rf t'nl..n) HOWARD W. I'OI'K M oo.1r Hil.le tnttitutt, Chioto and . at Charge Crowds. LOSS IS HEAVY LESSON FOR AUGUST 24 JEOUS ANSWERING THE LAWYEn. UMBOS' TKXT- - I.uhr 10 lt. (10I.11KN Ti:XT An hav thorefnrr rtrWtnnllr. M un ilo kk1 unto all men. rH-ta1luMln itivm who are ef Hi hmchot.l nf faith -- Oat M ADDITIONAL MATEItlAl,-0- l. t i, t. 10 TUXT-Cnt- nn John 1:4. Jam-- a IM I'lUMAIIT Ttifir- - ahowlni- - klnili.nu to thefs Jl'NIOH Turn- - IMplna thf nr4y. IMTKUMRniATK TOMr Our Mlttv for eh wlfart nf others rwn.i S'EMl'Ht AMt. Allt't.T TOI'IC-T- hv Chrtatlaa Umi at hrnltwrhnnl. Till' "Hlhject (IllMfll by tln lesson commute for today, hated tism tl.l text, la "Modal Itesponalblllly." Wli.-t- i wo consider tin- real meaning (if the text It la hnrtl tii understand why the roinrulllco chose such a subject. v ever, lot tin with open minds hiii! heart study I lie text, f'T It It of great Importance. Christ's object wit a to lonO the lawyer (theological r. feasor) to tindcr-tali- d trie need nf God. I. Eternal Life Thrcuoh Obedience to the Law (vv. 3.VA.). I. Tile lawyer's 215). The "lawyer" wan one mUv oxniiimled the .Meimle law. The nearest maltloii cor rrHiiidlne therein hi modern life s the thpnloKlciil professor. Ilia quca-tlnwhs net an effort to ascertain the truth hill to entrap Jeaila. lie nut ih'y liatl u wrong motive, lint u defective fheulngy. He thought that eternal life eonld he s.srurisl hy doing oIhmIIcuci-- . He did not know that "rtiv Imf" iiwanl kerp.nc the law In Ita liana, whleli i. mi titter linno MMIItjr for fallen men ; that failure to laeamre an to the leant demand of the law cvnoaed hint to the euro of Ood 11 (utln (. 3:10), The lawyer answering filtration (t. ST). I'hrKfa St. (al. hi own counter-(jHivtln- u aent him ti the law, of whleh a r)ne summary. Supreme love to OtaJ and love to one' ne'gh-hotm to oursehes ia the whole of man's ditty. It Ik true dm Jesus said: Thlfc do and thou ahalt live" (v. ITS), lint no one lias ever kept the law. "There l none righteous, no not one (Horn. S:10). "All liate alnned him I cntne abort of the plory of (toil" (Itom. ,'l:23). "Ily the deeda of the law there tdiall mi tleah he Jnatlned In Ida Might" (Itom. "My the Ihw h the kmledite f ln" (Itom. 3:.1t). jjlS; Being a Neighbor (vv. 103'uv lHryir "Ueathm (v. at), lie Sujli'iilly keenly f(lt the force if ChrfM'a Hrtrainent. for he nmclit to Justify hlnmelf hy aakltis. "Who la my tielahhorr Thla lti)itlry hetniya lit lurk of t tut t love whlrh la the fulfill-nien- t of the law lU)n. 111:10). Uite never luifulrea aa to whom to lor, hut "Wtien- - la Mme one wlto need in) Invet" ChKat convicted him on xrounda. 2. Jeaua' aliawer (vv. 87). lie d by a itanihte In Vhkli a certain inaii fell anientc thlevea on hla way toi JiTleho and wa neterely wiHimletl. Willie In this hel.les eondltlou a, prleM uaed liy, IMit even rimiliiK alo a l.evlle, who waa Inlifiwt-eeiMiuah to look on him. hut not enough to help him. Finally a came where the wounded tiititi waa and. moved by chuihhU)i for him. IhoiihI Hi Ida woutida and lironitlil I Mm on Ida own beaat to the Inn. where he waa cared for at the Sainarl-tan'exieie. In reply to Jeaua' illitlnii the lawyer deelured that the .Samaritan wait neichlair to the unfortunate wan : ami Jeaua mminaiHlial hltn to $ and do llkvwi.e (v. MT). It title Jeii allowed him that the lniMr-tiill- t iiueathiu Is not, "Who la III) ni4ghorV hut "U'lun-- e neliihlHir uiu II" Jeaua came "ifklnic thoae to wlliitn lie eonld he nelRlilMir. Thoe who liRMi Ida Spirit will he IrylliK to ho neighbors Instead of huiitlni; tielgh-hora- . If save r hl-o- tH-a- Tliree who love (led aupreinely will, na they pnaa iilotij: the lilKhwiiya of life, uilnlster to tln lirokcu mid wounded kouIk In the spirit of u nuluh-Imr'love, repirdlesa of niithiniiltty, I'lmrnctiT or color. Muy we heur the voice of J ww sitylui;, "0" nnd do thou llkewhiu." s The Erring Soul. In tin world The llttlo I hint' tencliea me to look upon the errors of iithoru In sorrow, not In nnevr. When I take the hlsttiry of one poor heart Unit Iiiik alnned mid Mllfored, ii ml represent to myself the atruKKlcii litis puaaed It teuiptntlnna und Ihrotik'h, the brief pulsnthma of Joy, the feverish Inquietude of hope nnd fear, the pressure of wiint. the desertion nf friends, I would fjilu leave the errlnk' "oul of my fellow men with Mini from whose hum! It cm no. Longfellow. Serving God. To do good nnd to servu Ood are materially the snnie, nnd the service of Cod la the t ml tit t tun of hlin, Ihinjii-tiilt- i Whli'hfotc. Dally Thought. wmirera In heaven who were not cms hearer here liolow. SpurKfon. Work Cheerfully. Do There tire no crown your wort clmerfully, heartily nnd he ever prapured for the place further up. H. II, Nuylur. wlmt aplrlt slmiild peraotinl work he done? tto not Rive Hip linprpaalon th .t you rotialder your elf it better mull than the one you are dealing with . 1 or that you re irard yoiirelf ns mi expert In the art of soul win Stnh iin nine. tmpreaslon will tl e f e n t aurMy your ptirpe. The only htilt 'i lie Arch f Tuuiiiph Yankee troops currjiiig the Aimr ."in minis on which one can In the Carls victory pi.nuic on iiastiie nay "iifcly itipronch another la tlint of alnner" anved SELLS LAMB BY PARCEL POST should he removed In warm weather. it hy grace, who. "I spilt the carcass down the middle I'HMiig In en nived liliiiM-lf- , dealrea to California Man Finds New Way to with it anw ii lid divide the halves Into lielp Ills fellow men. nuori inn I'll me IJUHI IVI r. Reduce the High Cost of While the personal worker should Ijljiti quarter. Wrap thgjnqfii fn w) (f(e j Living. j he liniiil.li'. yet he must not be lncklni; cloth, then Tn nfer ruTd tlieh Tn nlir-- j In certainty na to Ida own salvation. Cnrlion, Cnl. Hy distributing the nip. i nso n reiurn snipping tag anu It ! not neceaaary that hi; should product of his (lock through the mall, tho customers may return the wrnp-nln- g know when he became n Christian, but In good condition. If ther do not. Lincoln Hrnden has found a new way It la very liiiMirtiint that he nhnuld to reduce the high cost of living nnd to I charge them up with It at the end know that he la n Christian. So Ioiik dispose of his lnmh crop at it profit. or the month. tia one la In doubt as to Ids own stand"I send meat 8T miles by nuto stnge, describing his novel business, Mr. ing In Chrlat, It la utterly useless for In llrndcn any : "In thn first place the lint cannot, as a rule, supply the local lit to try to lend others to Christ. lambs should he fat, nnd the fnt should demand, so keep close to home. Our If It be aaktal : "Can nne know surehe put on quickly, through the use nf trnde developed out of our custom of ly that he la a Christian?" the answer to picnics the widest variety of feeds. They must taking n roast la. Paul knew that he was saved (II be butchered right or to celebrations on the Fourth of thnt Is, Tltno, 1:1'.'), and I John A:l!l shows nnd neither the hands nor July or other holidays. I know how to that Ood Intends that all Ids children the wool hh nld touch the carcass dress the meat and my wife knows shall know whoe children they tire. ti'le.lt Is "I'll warm. The. kidneys how to cook It." "These thlnga have I written unto yon, that ye may know that ye have staged on one of the smallest perpeneternal life." There are three sure MYRIAD MIDWAY WONDERS dicular nice tru. ka In America. pronfa of the believer's sonshlp. AT COMING STATE FAIR Iji Fayette the tireat and his Ini(a) The witness of ?od'a word. mitable mysteries are said to he rivalthat forgiveness of sin Is After it year's efforts In Life's vigor-oil- s ed In the offering of Omar Siiml. und MMiietliltiK that takes place In the mind lils'"House of a Thousand Wonders." nathe .Midway of the Kenof dial, and mil In the einotliinal A ture of the believer. Our llrst nnd tucky State Fair offers old and young greetsmall but laileut entertainer is In Fair visitors in the person of evidence of any such transaction, alike n "recess" which Is as enjoyable the I'nncea Kllxaheth, "wonder doll of then, must he the testimony of (hid as It la ophi iiicrttl. And after the the world." This eltln creature Is only himself. If he names certain conditrying and saddening times of :iJ Inches high mid weighs only 'J tions iiwm which he will forgive sin. pounds. u playground and I comply with thoe conditions, I the witr a playtime nnd In addition to the great array of enknow that my Mh are forgiven, be- Is es)seclally appealing. tertaining features contained In the In order to murk the momentous cause I have dial's word for It. If I accept Jesus Christ ns my personal nnd Joyous ihvhbIoii of this first re- roster of the World nt Home Shows, Kalor. I know that I have become a union in four inr.s unshadowed hy the thure are several musical orgauixations of merit, and a half doxen novel riding child of (iod, because (Jod'a word clouds of war, the Stute Fair manage- devices. It. It Is not u question of hnw ment ha secured iin attractive arrnj I feel, but of what (,od says. The In the World ut Home feoHint may he wholly lacking, and of features MULE ARISTOCRATS ENTERED Shows, which arc descriptively named, yet the transaction may lie none the us It Is claimed that the eighteen or lwa real. iittniftlons-gathereunder the A mule stake carrying premium (b) The wltnna of the Spirit. "The twenty Home were awards of $1,000 was Introduced ut Spirit himself henreth witness, with banners of the World at globe the Kentucky State Fair In 101S. This our arlt, that we are children of gleaned from many parts of the Ood" (Rom. K:l). Let It be clearly and bring to the Fair visitors the was a sum hitherto unprecedented In a wonders and amusements of foreign like event and the announcement understood that the wltneaa of .(iod' aroused keen Interest among breeders word la aulllclent to prove that one hinds. One feature which the crowds will and owners. Is a child of Cod. and that. If one doe At the Fair to be held In Louisville not believe (Ida wIIihsm, he make Cod find vl idly alluring and spectacularly H llqr (I John d:10). However, the beautiful is the exhibition culled "The the week of September & Kt, of this Im Hose Klcctrlc Fountain," said to year, this same money will be offered belleer I elititlisl aNo te the wltneaa be one of the newest and most thrilling and In consequence the entry lists will nf the Sjdrlt. ami he should twit rest aatlanVd until he haa It. It I a part ulToct eer carried with a carnival carry some of the best stock In the country. of Ida Inherltnnre In Christ Jeius; and. Of the assured entries It Is said that If he has not received It, he should revone of the greatest JhcK colts ever erently hut persistently Inquire, the fouled w III come Iroin Montgomery reason why. county, and a yearling and Jack likeIn MHiie casei, where the wit no of wise said to be wonders. Chirk counthe iilrlt Is larking It will be found ty will be rt presented by a Jennet bethe srou haa made no ronfea-slothat tween six and twelve months old whiwe .Malt. 10:! shows of Christ. ears meiisiire iKl Inches In length and that, when we confess Christ liefore who Is In other respects a wonder. men, be us before the Nelson, Washington and Shelby are Itom. I0:tl and I John 0:10 boasting of the stock they will send would seem to Indicate that, when we and lloyle county which has carried confewj to the world that we have tak-eaway the ribbons for a number of Jeaua as our Savior, the Spirit years, expects to repeat the perform-mice- . In our hearts that we nre saved. Altogether the mule and Jack A friend of mine was accosted hy a class bids fair to be one of the livelady at the close of a service, who told liest stock features of the seventeenth him that she had been trying to lend unnuul celebration. a Christian life for years, but thut she had never etijojed any asMinince. She was a woman of Intelligence and WAR BALLOON EXHIBITION He questioned her carerefinement. PROMISES THRILLS AT FAIR fully, hut to nil hla questions she with the utmost frankness and cflhdor that she knew of nothing In The Kentucky State Fair manageher life that waa displeasing to Cud, ment Is unable to state definitely us I'lually he naked whether she had ever yet thut ail exhibition of balloon confessed Christ. To his surprise she Mights and parachute drops will be un unswered In the negative. She waa unprecedented attraction ut the Kenwaiting until she hud the Inward astucky State Fair the week of SeptemLUCILK ANtlEl'SnM' surance that she was unveil before she ber but there Is every Indication JCHAMPtOfJ UNUtliWATEK, EYPERTt uiado an outward confession of her Willi LA ROSE IOUNTAIN SrCCTACLC that the Coverument will 'sanction the fnlth. lie showed her front the Illhle showing which will he one of the most that she was reversing Cod's order, which is first confession, and then the company. There are said to bo 15,000 Interesting the Fulr has ever premld-nl- r sented. witness of the Spirit. The next night gallons of wuter hurled Into It Is. the plan and plea of the State she waa in the meeting; and, when an by this fountain ut every performance, opportunity occurred, she nrose and the thunderous wuvea fulling over sta- Fair management that the 31st U. H. living llullooti Company be stationed on the quietly said: "Friends, I wish to tuesque groupings of Veuus-llkHumes color grounds during the Fair and If this make a public confession of my fnlth models while auroru-llkthe fulls and graceful nymphs dunce request Is granted the entire company In Jesus Christ." will figure In balloon ascensions, paraThe next day my friend met some In the spray. Another attraction of aqueous type chute drops and balloon (lights which one on the street, who Inquired Is the sensational performance of the will give sensational Illustration of whether he had heard about Mrs. maneuvers In the air. world's cliumploti ludy fitucy und trick "No, what about her?" diver, I.ucllu Anderson, und her comAmong the "sky vessels" will be the "Why, last night she went to her pany of mermaids. .Miss Anderson Is great "Sausage llulloous" used in obneighbor' house, nfter they had rerang the hell. They opened known us ther "Aliiphlhcun Wonder" e servation work during the war, and the tired, and dirigible balloon will also be un atund her uiider-watefeats und endur-uticthe window and Inquired who was tests are uld to he unbelievable. traction of unusual luterest hy reason She unswered: 'It Is Mrs. there. An exceptional feature Is heralded of the fact thut there lire few pilots In I lme confessed Christ as my . In a show called "Chinatown." 1'ullku civilian life who can manage them and Savior tonight, and I am so happy the average llliusy pretense lit Orien- they are therefore seldom on exhibithat I cannot contain myself. talism, this ottering Is suld tu fulth-full- y tion. Public attention wilt center on (c) The fruit of the Spirit (Cul. duplicate the dark, mysterious this balloon It Is said, hy reason of BtLI1). "The fruit of thu Spirit Is underground world which was once their enormous sUo and their adaptagenlove. Joy, peace, Sun Francisco's' Chinatown before the bility tu maneuvering, bombing, etc. goodness, faith, meekness, tleness, great earthquake wiped this cesspool Rut the utlentlou and Interest of the Is the evidence temperance." This of sin from thu earth. crowds will undoubtedly center on tho that our neighbors will appreciate (iood, rousing excitement will be mammoth captive balloons In which most, und which ought to he uppurcnt o ITe red In the I'olack llruthurs lllir In- - passengers muy dully soar cloudwurd It does not appear fit once, to nil. hint- - Circus. Willi Its und thereby gather some Idea In adhowever, for fruit grows, und growth tinliiiul acts and us well as vance of the method of prerequires time, while u gift Is bestowed In thu Iluger motorcycle and uutomo-bil- e dicted as u coiniuou currier travel near In the Instantly. racing features which will be future. In IN WAR PROPERTY Stones Meunted on Railway In Carrlagei Were Strong Factor Reducing the St. Mlhlel Sector. Attempt Hurled at Troops When They to Break Up Nationalist Sinn Fein Demonstration Policy Assailed. Aug. IS. Itlotlnn nnd mm 4 iu Sun Francisco, Cnl. Not the least In this city during the Inten sling feature of the new Pacific looting occurred curly this morning. Ih et Is the I I Inch gun. 1'J of whleh past night and Troojts charged on mob, but did not nre mounted on Admiral Hugh Rodhowever, man's flagship, tilt New Mexico, nnd fire nny shots. n The soldiers, volley of stones when were met with " vcr. I other ships nf the Meet. they Ii sign nnd construction of the f alists' attempted to break up n nationdemonstration. li naval gun mi railway mountings The monetnry loss from looting nnd on the western front wu one of the from ilanliige to property Is estimated great accomplishment of the Ameripolice can navy during the war. The guns nt many thottsnnds of dollars by authorities. hurled projectiles far The trouble stnrted when nationalthe Certunn lines, nnd were n of tar sl long factor In reducing thu St. ists set lire to n large number barrels which bad been collected be.Mihlel salient. neath on arch, over which was disBuilt Hi Record Time. of Edward de Valero, played a The gun wns designed, built nnd de- president picture Irish republic, and of the livered In less than four month. On -ling the ".Soldiers,' Song." Unionists December 20, 1017. according to Secsinging the nntlonal anretary Danlcla' official' report, not n responded by them drawing had been started. On April M-i1.100-pnunbe-hi- Londonderry, 'JO, 11)18, n completed gun was rolled or. Its own wheels to Sandy Hook prov- ing grounds 111 "cnRe-sklnne- for tests. The gun. Serretnry Daniels sold, originally were Intended for the new Iisttle cruisers, hut u change In design of the vesels made the guns avail able for other use, and It was recommended they he mounted for land servlong-ruiig- e Charge Crowds Repeatedly. One force of troops kept the crowds apart while other detocluncnta to clear the streets, chnrglnK tipiiti the throngs repeatedly. Itrlcks and stones were hurled nt the charging troops, one soldier belntj seriously hurt. The nationalists were finally driven buck to their owu quar- ice. ters, lnt The gun were mounted on carriages which could be moved freely over the French rnllrouds. With them went their naval crews. Twelve cars were required for each gun machine shop car, armored ammunition cars, kitchen, berthing, crane and wireless car. The bi'tlerle were sufficiently moldle thnt If an order came to move while In action, they could be on their wuy In nn hour. Greatest Range of Mobile Guns. had greater range The than any gun ever before placed on mobile mountings. The Oermnn guns which fired on Paris were "freaks." They were built on permanent steel and concrete foundations. Their wa smnll and specially built for long (light. This reduced their efficiency and while they had moral effect, .their military value was small. Recause of their permanent position their location wns dlscoverd hy allied aviators and the guns sllenfed. gun In FlanThe Oermnn e ders nlso became famous for Its bombardment nf Dunkirk nnd hut neither could other allied he shifted from hne to base without delay of week. The American gun could mvo from one end of France t" niiMher and had n range of M tulles. At rntige of 22.000 ynrds It pierces ormor successfully. pro-lectllong-mng- bae. HARD TO SAVE IN BOLIVIA South American Salaries Are Higher, But Also Living Cost, Writes Youth. ti cnfes r. u Santa Fe, N. M. Saving money Is n much harder task In South America than In the United State, despite the higher salaries paid there, soys Eugene Ltijan of Santo Fe, who recently resigned his position ns clerk of the American legation at La Paz, Itollvla. n In a letter to hi father young points out thjit, though one can earn more In South America than In North America, the cost of living Is higher. Shoes which sell for $0 In tho 1'nlted States cost $12 In llollvln. Hoard and room amount tn $S0 n month, laundry nt least $12. and everything else In proportion. "Although Spanish Is the ofllclal language," Ltijan writes, "there are ninny dialects, for the population Is considerably mixed. We have Ayamnras, who are pure Indians; the Cholos, or Lu-Jahalf-brcsl- Windows were siunshed and shops were looted by the crowd, and the city wns In darkness the entire night. .More rioting Is fen ret I tonight. shots Although severo I revolver were heard during the rioting, no report nf anyone having been wounded has been received. The troops declare that none of thctii Hreil nny shots, nnd, that when they drove bnck the crowds they .advanced with their bayonets raised In the air. Ten Nationalists Hurt In Fight. Belfast, Aug. 18. Ten nationalist excursionists were Injured during n tight Friday with Orangemen nt County Down. Senous rioting also occurred nt Coal Island, County Tyrone. The trouble nt Lisburn took place after the nationalists bad nttended a "Indyday" celebration nt Louth. In the riot nt Cool Island several policemen and mllltnry olllcers were Injured severely. Devlin Assails Sinn Fein Policy. London, Aug. 18. John Devlin, na- tlonollst member of parliament for Ilelfnst, nddres.'lng n meeting of nationalists nt Blnckrock, near Drog-hedIreland, made tin appeal for the old nationalist policy as ngnlnst tho Sinn Fein policy In the matter of abstention from attendance upon the sessions of parliament. Mr. Devlin contended that the presence of tho eighty Irish members nt Westminster during the peace conference would have changed Ireland's fate, because every voice raised for freedom In the house of commons "responded through two hemispheres." The nationalists, Mr. Devlin continued, hud given the Sinn Felners fair piny, but In the future must show whether the old policy, so fruitful of results, or the new policy, so prolific In promises, was the better for Ireland. LIs-bur- n. a, , GAS BLAST JARS WASHINGTON Leaking Main and Not Anarchist Bomb Blamed for Explosion at Capital. Washington, Aug. 18. An explosion, believed to have been from a pocket of gas that accumulated from a leaking main, wrecked the front of u building on I street In the northwest section about midnight und created a furore of excitement throughout the capital. No one was Injured, but persons In adjoining buildings were thrown from their beds and windows were shattered. The explosion was heard all over the city and within n few minutes excited citizens, Including congressmen und high government olllclals, recalling the bomb explosion of the night of Juno 2 when Attorney-Genera- l Palmer's home waa wrecked by an anarchist's bomb, besieged newspaper offices nnd the police for Information. the llollvlans, the Eng- lish, the French and the Germans." r PROBE CLAIM TO AGE OF 130 National Geographic Society Will Case of Kentucky Patriarch. Louisville. Ky. The National Geographic society has been asked to Investigate the claim of John Shell, a mountaineer of Leslie county, Kentucky, that he Is one hundred and thirty years old. Shell's neighbors corroborate the statement concerning his age. Shell has nine children. Ho snys the oldest Is ninety years old. He Is said tn have 200 descendants In tils home section, several being mountaineer, who claims excellent eyesight, steady nerves, and general good health, attributes his long life to outdoor living and temperate habits. Replica of Lincoln's Cabin. Klchmniid, Mo. A replica of the log cabin In which Abraham Lincoln was horn Is being built here. The house, 20 hy Its, with lairches and chimneys, Is un exact reproduction of the famous cabin, even to the hark of the logs. However, there Is 'n difference. The logs are made of concrete and covered with hark, as are the slabs for the roof and the porch. o e 5326,000,000 Eighty TO PAY ON WAR Per Cent of United States Emergency Commitments Settled. war-tim- e tho guu-plu- still awaiting liquidation amount to more than $2,000,000,000, nlthough 80 per cent of the emergency commitments of (ho government have been settled. It Is tvdlmuted thnt payments of $.'120,000,000 will bo required to settle the remainder. Operations of tho unny reclamation service resulted In a clear saving to tho government of $(12,280,000, another report showed. The principal Item comprised clothing equipment ire than 20.000.000 shoes,j hats and uniforms passing the re--, pair and renovation process to he final- -' ly reissued. Sale of stable refuse fori fertilizer brought $32!l,000 nnd prod-- j I acts of caiuii farms $121,000. Aug. 18. Washington, Records made public here show war contracts I Pago Eight THE CITIZEN Auut 21, mm. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No cormpondrnr pulillihol union, lirnol I, not for publication, but In full by I ho wrllrr. Th nm n etiilrncc of iroo.1 fllh. Write plainly. MADISON COUTNY ().. Blue Lick Delightfully Blue. Lick, Aug. 18. pool and pleasant since I hi' copious Fannshower of the last week. ers aw rushing, preparatory lo cut-li- Cox. are Msiting the family of Four of our citizens, I.. I'.. i. ng The open air service at Hlg Hill JACKSON COUNTY next Sunday eventnc will be ad Clover Bottom dressed lly Mr. Howard E. Taylor. ('lover Bottom, Aim. is. Leonard will bring a thrilling message .He after over a year's experience in Ahrams. who ha been ery low with Y. M. C. A. Work in France. Do not typhoid feer for six weeks. Is slowly improving. Nelson Hensl, while fail lo attend this service. at- - work, was poisoned with poison vine and has been er bad olT. but ROCKCASTLE COUNTY - some boiler. Bub Abnuns will Conway r.esin building a- new hoif?e next Conway. Aug. ID. The Rev. week. The Rev. Bill Lynch and tilled his regular appoint- Cns Lunsford preached lo a erv ment at Conway Sunday. Several large crowil al Clover Bottom Church of the Conway people attended the Saturday night and Sunday. Born Mr. to Mr. Mt. "Vernon Fair lasl week. and Mrs. Silas Wilds a fine Mr.- -. Thomas Huff of Heron were and boy named Leonard Edward. visiting their uncle and aunt. Mr. James Daiigherly attended the old and Mrs. J. M. Hailey, Sunday. Fiddlers' Contest at Herea Inst week. Mrs. Dalton was called to Owsley Coyle Mrs. Hardin Azbill is very low al Coyle, Aug. 18. Mrs. Wilbur county lnl week on account of the this writing. She has been sick for Biiey visited her brother, Elgie serious illnes of lieu sister, Mrs some time. Joe and Robert Smilh Mrs. William Itice have been threshing wheat Ihcpast Mr- -. Minn BakerfHird Wilson. Lake. last week. visited her sisler, Mrs. Horace Cox, and Mrs. Joe Caliban returned home' week in this part. Mr. and Mrs. Saturday night and Sunday. J. C. Sunday from a weok's visit with Green Abrains and Miss Mary Gm Hush of Richmond is visiting his relatives in Harlan and Letcher were visiting in Estill county las! Henry Howman, who is week. Mr. and counties. aunt, Mrs. Luther Todd. Mrs. Harvey Wilson and Mrs. Fan working foi; the railroad company Carico nie McIIonny and children were the at Cynthiana, was with homefolks We are ba uig Carico, Aug. lit. Mrs. Mary E. Wynn, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Todd over Sunday. fine weather at present and exops last week. Luther Todd and accompanied by her brother, Mr. are tine in these parts. The profamily attended the Fiddlers' Contestri Wright Kelly, left here yesterday tracted meeting held at Flat Top by Mr. and for a visit with relatives in Harjan Bros. Henry Lewis and G. W. Small-woo- d at Herea Friday night. John Caliban, who ha Mrs. John Glossip took their little county. of Bealtyville was a success; daughter, Jessie, k Richmond to the been serving in France for over a one addition to the church and one year, returned home Wednesday. doctors last Friday, and will take Born, the lith insl, confession. her back Thursday, to be operated Tom Johnson is doing carpenter to tho daughter of Hatha Milburn, work Ibis week for .Air. Schumaker on. Mrs. Elgie Lake visited Mrs. Mrs. W. H. a fine boy, named Fred. Joe Robert Lake Friday. Mrs. Martin on his new tobacco barn. Roberts is ery poorly at this writPowell was tho guest of Mrs. Horace Hailey is visiting friends- - in Jack- ing. Messrs. K. D. Roberts, Isaac J. M. Bailey Hines and J. T. Faubu liave gone toj Cox Friday. Mr. and Mrs. June- - son county this week. Coyle of Herea visited Mrs. Coyle's bought a Maxwell car from Dr. Por- Clark county to virk at present, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pal Powell, ter of Herea. Couch and Liley Gabbard Sanle Disputanta last Saturday night and Sunday. were united in matrimony last Dispulanta. Aug. 19. Panola There will week. We wish them many-happ- y I'anola, Aug. 18. The Rev. Win. be a protracted meeting at Clear days. W. II. Evans of Moores K. Rix, who closed his series of able Creek church, beginning August 2.3, Creek was a visitor at Laurel Fork Miss Saturday and Slindny. furmons on Tuesday of last week, by the It'ev. H. L. Ponder. Mrs. S. R. returned Sunday and performed the Bessie McGuire of Paint Lick s"lent Roberts is expecting her daughter, baptismal riles. Jeff Wilson and last week with relatives at this Myrtle. Faubus. of Tulsa, Okla, for wife and daughter, after attending place. Married lat week at the a month's visit oon. A series of baptism, spent the afternoon with home of theliride. Miss Lizzie Mont- meetings is to be held at Flat Top Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Rawlings. The gomery to B. Van. Elmer Hart; beginning September M, by Bro. Rev. J. W. Richardson preached who is stationed at New York, spent Henry Lewis and "Bro. Woodvvard last week with his parents, Mr. and of Corbin. All come. Saturday night. Mrs. J. li. KinScott Tus-e- y Mr. and Mrs. dred and children, Kva and Toney, Mrs. A. C. Hart. is very sick at this writing are visiting the family of Andy O M. Payne, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. The daughter of Isaac Summers is Isaacs in Jackson county. Florence Abney, and Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Payne very poorly. '. Miller of Jenks is visiting the family motored lo Mt. Vernon to attend tnt Housley Fork Ralph Cox ( was fair last week. Clarence Moore, of John Henge. We are Housley Fork, Aug. 18. I he guest of relatives at Richmond who has been in Hamilton, 0., came having some nice showers now and Joe Cox home last week and was operated crops are looking better. for a few days last week. Several of Richmond visited his parents, Mr. on at the Robinson Hospital in He- from this part are attending the al Miss Rose Gentry spent the and Mrs. Charles Cox. ' Willie rea. Mr. at Pilot Knob this week. Young of Kingston was the guest of week end in Mt. Vernon with home-folk- s. and Mrs. Luther KitmVrlain were Bev Torrill, of Madison tho family or bis grandparents, Mr. visitors on Housley Fork last Satcounty passed through hero last and Mrs. Thos. Kindred, Sunday. M. G. Abrams urday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cox of Franklin week with a nice bunch of sheep. has been working in Herea the past Revis, Cecil Revis, and Marie Gen- Miss Ruth Payne who has been visWe have a new road two weeks. try were dinner guests of Mrs. Mary iting relatives at Paint Lick and overseer now, and he and his men , Lowell has Cllrisman, Sunday. Mrs. Ktha Chris-manreturned home. are working the road two days out Hallie French, and Flossio Sarah E. Hrownleo and children are of tho week. Can't do anything Farthing attended church at Crook- visiting her brother, T. 0. Holt. here. much to bridges unless the county Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Swinford wero ed Creek Sunday. Tho family of will furnish the bridge timber. Rollio Co.x wero guests of the family visiting relatives in Madison county Aunt Jennie Azbill, who has been Dr. Pennington of Ml. of Robert Elliott Sunday. Roland last week. sick so long, has heeif moved to the, Richardson and wife spent the day Vernon was called here today to see home of her daughter at this place. recently with tho family of Jeff Mrs. A. T. Abney who is sick. She is very low at this writing, not Garrett. ' Mrs. W. 0. Hest and Mi.--s Angle Payno spent a fow days expected to last many days. Our Mabel and Mary, after u pleasant last week with friends in Mt. Vern- school is progressing nicely with -- Wallace on. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stephens visit with tho family of Miss Goldic Embriok of Broadway as of Rockford were visiting here last teacher. Chrisman, havo returned home. L. W. VanWinkle is holdMrs. Gladas Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cox of Franklin, Sunday. ing revival services at Silver Creek Katie Alexthis week and next. ander of Ohio is here with relatives and friends. 0. M. Bongo and two children wore Dreyfus visitors FriH. C. Kindred's family Is sick day. with sore throat and colds. Kerbyknob Kerbyknob, Aug. 17. The teachers' association will he held at this before-the-wa- r Returns to its dace tho first Saturday In Septemhigh standard of quality ber. Misses Nannie Hatfield and Flossie Click attended the teachers' institute at McKce the latter part of Myrtle Click of Lexlast weekr ington is visiting hcmcfolks for Le-Jfu- no when-prosecutire-iv- sml housing lohaceo. Barns and sheets of every available material arc being conslrucleil. Carpon-h-r- s lire heing paid from live to t n dollars per day, ami senrre at Housewives are deep in the that of preserving the grape mjsl.'i 01 up, .y storing grape juice, jollies and atu into their cellars, which, owing to tho scarcity of fruit in this s.cli.it, will he rather depleted this season. Arch l'lanery, who ha taught physical training at Ilattle Crert. Mich., since returning from service, is visiting hotnefolks. Unite a number from this section atlendwl the Fiddlers' Contest, given at Bomi Tabernacle, August I", of the Mountaineers experi ence! disappoinlinent at Mr. Free man receiving only second prize, as If has held the championship among lug contemporaries for the past forty yenrs. The Fox Hunters of flu seclkin, while out on a chase, accidentally invaded Hie sacred (T precincts of a moonshine still. A fusilade of artillery equal to a ma chine, gun charge at the front greet ed them, causing them to beat a hasty retreat on hands and knees through Jhe underbrush. The hounds lind been helping themselves to tho slop inlhe still vats and they. loo, were given such a bombasting lha their yells alarmed the countryside for miles. Moral: The verdict is "of two evils choose the least." Hcnco the Hunters claims for damages will most probably be acquitted. i Jeff Wilson, M. A. I.ogsdon, Habo Mizo, ami I,. K. Cox. attended the Old Fiddlers' Contest at Heron on tho Kith. I.. H. Cox look third prize (ifcfO.00 . Mr. juul Mrs. Wllgus Hunter and adopted s"nn, Andrew How iiian Hunter, spent Monday with Mr. and Mr. C. M. Hawlings.-Mi- n.l linker of Vogel is visiting her sisler, Mrs. II. (1. Cox. al CO.vle. Mrs. Tom Durhin visited the family of Thos. Mrs. liessie Kindred last week. llogers of Itavennn visited the family of Thos. Kindred Saturday, anil was accompanied home by her ginndniolher, Mrs. Tom Durbin. Our toucher, Miss Florence Wilson, is nlloiidinp the institute this week. -- Douglas Young vas here Monday hunting carpenters to tlnish his new II. 0. Hick-ne- ll dwelling at Kingston. of Locust liraucli has purchased a nejv Ford. Opon Air Service liltlc daughter, Ruby Lee, spent Saturday and Sunday wllh her niolher, Mnry Northern, nl Rockford Mr. and Mrs. Tine William penl Sunday evening nt t In home of Hob't Chest iw I where (hey were bounli-full- y treated with watermelons nhd intukinolntis. Miss Fairy Pigg Inn 'uirrluueil an organ. - Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Payne and sons, Howard and John, nllondud Hie Fiddlers' Moelius In Herea last Friday night. Boono 57 ACRES Building Lots and Small 57 at Big Hill Sunday school lloone, Aug. 10. Is progressing nicely at Fair View with Mr. Sflininiiker as sitperin-teuilen- l. - There will he a box supper at the Baptist church next Saturday "night. The prix-ooiwill goifor the benelll of the church. Mr. and Mrs. .lames Lambert an I childrrn hno ret irned from a isil with friends and relatives at .an parly consisting of Mr. easier. and Mrs. Tom Johnson, Mr. and Mrs Wash (iranl, Mrs. Lucy licldon. Misses Julia Oraul, Susie IWdon. Opal and Cash Johnson, attended the Holiness meeting on, "lirindle Hideo Saturday night. Dr. Kirb has been through here doing some On main pike and thoroughfare, 7 miles from Lancaster, 4 miles from Crab Orchard We are having a denial work. 7 miles from Stanford. splendid school hero this year with Two or more tracts may be bought so yon can get the size small farm you want. FrontMis Fanny Wynn and Mr. Wad" age on 2 pikes. 300 yards to splendid graded school, 6 Room Dwelling 2 halls, 3 porches, Skidmore as teachers. Mr. Splendid store is erecting a new tobacco stock and tobacco barn, cribs, buggy house and all other Wake up, Cooksburg, and room and good busmess location. ell watered and good land. Look at tobacco on the barn. i'i me on w itli Hie news. land and beat it if you can. Easy terms, and will suit you as to possession. Good orchard. -- Farms AT AUCTION Tuesday, September 2, 1919 10 o'clock 1 , At Preachersville, Lincoln County Shu-mak- er -- s. My contract calls for absolute sal without reserve or limit. And everybody knows my and a square deal, and that "1 always sell." custom of no Personal Property to be Sold calf; Two extra good ponies, gentle: 5 dandy good 2 year old mules; A year old red cow; blnck steer 1 registered Jersy Billl calf; 2 brood mares; 2 mares and mule colts; 1(5 feeding hogs; 1 fine registered Jersey cow; 4 calves; 80 bales oats, cutting harrow, pony cart, harness, gear, household and kitchen furniture. This will be a GreatHig " little sale and there will be a crowd and keen bidding for this property. Hut come as there is bound to be some bargains. 1 1 DINNER SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Man W. E. Moss, Adv. Mgr. Watch out for the dates of my other September Sales also Lincoln and Garrard. Lancaster, Ky. 50) acres in Mercer, 350 acres in Boyle, The The The The Jones Anderson Sale at Preachersville, September 2nd. Wilder Sale, 500 acres near Burgin, September 9th. Dr. J. B. Beck Sale, 71 acres near Harrodsburg, September 10th. Baughman & Swinebroad Sale at city limits of Danville, September 16th & 17th "Get in touch" with us. S. R. j rn ami Miss Lydia Hrod- -, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Powell Croit-ehoawhile. spent hut week with the dus motored to High Hndge Sun of Indiana Lydia Uroddus of Miss toiler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Am- day. brose Powell. They returned ! Hiickeye is Mi'Mng Miss Margaret Slee Halcomb and Iheir home Sunday, accompanied by Crouselmrn. a brother and sister, Aaron and Lot- Hoy Campbell motored to the Herea lidwm Wylie. Hobart and Fairy Fair last Friday. tie Powell. Powell are the proud parents of a Sam Ilalcoinh, Willie Swope. and line boy in their home. His name is YTred Sutton were at High Hrulge Mr. and Mr. H. P. Swope A baby girl armed at I he Sunday. Ford. Home of John and draco Henge, and family expert to move to LanMiss Mae MontMrs. Jnmes Click spent caster, Monday. August o. a few days with her brother and gomery wa the guest of Mrs. Ilhoda oilier relatives near Kingston, Madi- Wylie Sunday. Mrs. d. V. son county, last week. Johnson ami children are visiting OWSLEY COUNTY Mr. and Mrs. Cash Johnson of s'covllla Indianapolis, Ind. Aunt Jennie A well is beScoville. Aug. 111. Azbill is ery low at Ibis wrilimr. ing drilled for oil on the farm of Flossie Click and lladie Johnson M. M. Flailery. Clyde Juild returiu attended Sunday school al Durham ed from Ohio a few days ago. He is Itidge Sunday evening. just visiting the family, and soon Mallard Hixs and Mrs. will return. Or a llowhuid and daughter left for Cooksburg Mrs. Nannie Hello Ohio Monday. Cooksburg. Aug. 18. The recent Stacy and sister. Maltie Itoss, left rain has done much good to corn Monday for Hazard to make an excrops. The scarlet fever which tended visit. 'Pliey were accomhas been among the children in this panied by their grandfather, Fjokicl ROCKCASTLE COUNTY at Winchester. Lexington and Mrs. Vina Herd's i luhl-- j Ashland. ren who hao been spending their vacation at home returned to .the Masonic Home at Louisville, Friday. Will ChailveH. of Island City, and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Mmler, Miss ("race Cecil, Master William Cecil, l.oslon Scott, Master William Cecil, Mrs. Ilhoda Cecil and Son, Carl, wen dinner cuests of F. F. and U. K. Sunday. It is rumored that Jiw Lackett contemplates moving to Heron this fall. Well No. 2. put 11 by the Pyramid Oil Company on tho Thomas Lynch Jarm. is said to not be a paying one. Some oil was found, however. .lames McQueen is now working in Hamilton, Hii. Bin family expects to soon follow. W. P. Mmter built a barn for Floyd Brandeuberg. of Delvinla. la- -t week. A large crowd from here attended the "Holy Holler" services at lloyal Oak, Sunday and Sunday night. Fanny and lto-c- o Harlsiek of West Irvine are visiting relatives here at present. m, ties up north, had one of his ribs The broken, and Is at home. people are very busy cutting their on the county road. James Anglin and Oscar Thomas played the banjo and violin at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Thomas Saturday night. A large crowd was Most present to enjoy the music. everybody went to the Fair at Mt. Tho niiiskmellon cropjs Vernon. The third line in this vicinity. Monday in August is circuit court at Mt. Vernon. Several are planThe fourth ning to bo there. Sunday (here will ho church at Corinth; everybody ' come. right-of-ways People are anx- Couch. part has ceased. Several people of this Seamen Win Increase. ious to hear who won the prizes in place attended the Teacher.s InstiWage IncTtiimn of apWashington. the Fiddlers Contest at Herea Fri- tute al Bonneville last week. Miss proximately It) per cent were grunted Klip Allen, who is Carrie Jane Howlaud spent part of night. day to employes of upsets oporuted from working for the railroad company, lal week at the home of her aunt, Atlantic iiiid giilf ports by ttie Ship-- Mrs. Alfred Wilson, of Booneville. Mrs. Chester (iabbard of Harnesl-vil- le spent Sunday, August at the GAHRAHD COUNTY No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour Once Tried Always Used Bryantsville Lutlior Hryantsville, Aug. 1(1. Hrooks, has purchased a new Ford J. C. Williams has purchased car. Misses Hllza-bo- th a new Huick car. and Dora Hagan of Lancaster are visiting Misses Martha and Margarot Curtis. Mr. and Mi's. Calvin Hullot and family motoroj to the Herea Fair last Friday. -Lewis Hroddus and mother have returned home from Decatur, HI. Marsee, Miss Margaret Charles homo of her aunt, Mrs. J. W. How-lan- d. Also Messrs. Fred Jackson, John (ialligher and Miss Mallie Moore spent the same day at deorge Mr. iuhI Mrs. Hoberl Hcale will apply only to employe on Jackson's. cstclH operated by ttie Shipping Williams are all smiles over the arrival of a hoy in their home, August Hoard, It was said by oltlclals Is undoubtedly would form the IihmIh for Mr. and Mrs. Sam naciner II. new wage agreements to be concluded and little daughter of Lower Buffalo between private lines und their emspent the week end with her par- ployes. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hamp Itoss. Travellers Rest Gigantic Fraud Unearthed by Agent. Press Travellers Host, Aug. 11). Seattle, Vuki. - (iovemment uxents k gabbard and wife of Travellers Best continued ln estimation of surrounding (lie deutli of K. A. both died lasL week of typhoid fever. He was buried one, day and his wife I)owm, Federal Secret Serlce agent, the day following. They loft six whose bod) won found May - hi a olllcc blinding shortly before liu children, one of whom is married. was expected to report upon an lu venThe others will bo sen! to the Odd tilation lie had been making la ScutFollows' Orphan Home at Loxing tle. Persons familiar with the genI). S. l'lanery has been apIon. eral nature of Dowscy'tt mission depointed administrator over the es- clared It Involved a gigantic fraud A developtate. A. J. Creech will movo this ugulnst the (iovermiicut. week to South Booneville. J'rank ment In the case has been the adoption Maroum will movo into Mr. Creech's by the King County, Democratic CI ul) demanding suspension Kills Malnous has of a resolution properly hero. of Federal Shipping Hoard ollk-lalin typhoid hul Is getting along fairly Seattle pending uuiduslon of tho 111 Mrs. Matilda Wilson ha" vesication. well. just roturned from a visit with rela- ctrcum-Htuncelo-c- ut a ping Hoard. The udvunce, announced nfler a conference of Slilpplug Hoard ollk'liils, is expected to end the strlku of murine engineers, firemen mid oilers. Duel; ottlcers and women are affected by the lucmiKo as well oh wutur firemen, tenders, oilers, engineers, towards and rooks. While the nw )