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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): August 28, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 cit1919082801_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): August 28, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. BEREA PUBLISHING (INCORPORATED) WM. G, FROST. MrtorJn-ChW- r CO. Knlmtt at IK tUm at tftmi ltffif at ll'rm, ilnrrh, tT9. unHrr Atl of AV TDerotod Vol. XXI. The Citizen UKREA, MADISON COUNTY, K l'ivonls Per Copy. to the Interests of tlie 3oxnteLirL Feoiole I.N'I't CKY, Knowledge is Powor and tho way lo keep up with modem Knowledge is lo read a good Nowspaper, AUIl ST 28, 101") One Dollar and Fifty Cents Per Year. No. 0. Be Conceited Conceit is supposed to mean having' a high opinion of ( K WorldNews While some reports indicale lingto restore monarchy in Germany olhcrs auggesl that there is n veritable epidemic or democracy. or all Institutions kinds are being reorganized on a new basis which emphasizes control by the people. Certainly there is a change taking place and the energies of tho people are active. one's self. This is very offensive when there goes with it a low But there are a great many opinion of our neighbors. people who would be worth more in the world if they had a greater conceit about themselves. Many a man wakes up when he is thirty or forty years old to see that those who were his playmates, and perhaps inferiors a few years ago, are now far ahead of him. The reason is that these people who are ahead thought something of themselves, and did something for themselves, in the way of education when they were ering efforts young. One of the greatest bank presidents in Cincinnati, and one of the greatest preachers in Boston each of these was a mountain boy who struck out for himself and got an education because he believed in his own brain power. No doubt these boys had plenty of playmates Graduates who were smarter than they were, but the playmates did not have enough confidence, did not have enough faith, did not have enough imagination, did not have enough and courage forethought, did not have enough . to get an education. rM44PHMB 'v& The College Department is look- -l Don't despise your neighbors, but don't undervalue ing forward to n .prosperous year. and throw away your possibilities. A large number of rooms in tip dor- -j self-deni- of the College Department A Promising Year for the College Department I The monarchist parly of llussia operating from German soil with headquarters in Horlin. They are hiring thousands of the Ger man people lo go lo llussia and Join the armies which light against Bol shevism, .lust whn! the effect ol this will be cannot at present be seen. lAop the time being It gives the surplus population of Germany something to do. It may laler re ad in favor of an movement. Is an The Excitement of Going Away to School Your start away from home to school is not as dangerous nor as exciting as to start away to war. But it is a good deal the same sort of an adventure. You have to pack your satchel, you have to think of tho things you will need when you are away from home. Some of these things you will take with you and some of them you can select better and buy more cheaply after you get to Berea. Then you will study out the journey so far to the nearest railway station, then the ticket and the train, and perhaps a transfer, and you will be at the beautiful new station at Berea. You will meet other students on the train long before you get there, and you will see a crowd of those who were students last year shaking hands and greeting one another on the platform. It will be easy for you to find yourwayalong with the crowd up to Secretary Vaughn's office and he will look as pleasant as his picture! Then you will be sent to the room which has ""bctfrrreserved for you and will see what your roommate 'looks like, unless you" bring your roommate with you. About the next thing will be to have something to eat at the Commons or boarding hall, and there you will sit down in one of the big rooms with 150 others for your bread and molasses and other good things. Right at the table you will sit with nine other young people and begin to make friends. Then comes the meeting with teachers and the finding out just what class and classes you belong to. You get your books that first afternoon. That night there will be a concert and a moving picture show, and you will be ready for a good night's rest, possibly with very few dreams. Something like that will be the beginning of your new life, and after the beginning will come one good thing after another things that you will tell about tothe folks at home and remember with pleasure as long as you live. their Elective Washing Machine. CONTENTS If your walch is out of tlx take it to Moore, the Jeweler. PAGE 1- .- Editorial: The Incitement If your shoos are worn out take of Going Away lo School; He them to the ltapid Shoo Repairing Conceited. News. mltorics have already been engaged and every day brings new applica ! I lions. The general prosperity of Jio Mountain Section and the uwakehN'j interest in education following tin! war ensure a large attendance. The1 high cost or living thruoul the conn- - J try makes Herea's low costs and" reasonable methods of student life more attractive than ever. , Every effort is being made lo pro- -. vide a strong faculty and as good and thorough courses as can he secured in any Institution in tho slate. I I DR. RAYMOND President Frost and Doctor Ray- -j mond have been busy all summer outlining the work and securing the best teachers to (111 vacancies. President Frost will be able lo give part of his time to the College as during the past year but the ap- -' poinlment of Dr. Raymond by tho j Trustees as Vict President will give 111 a much needed relief. Dr. Ray- -I mond will still be Dean of Religious Education and will he able to teach some classes hut probably not so many as last year. Prof. Robertson, who has acted as Dean during the past year, will return to bis work in History and 1 Mr. Page, Ihe American minister lo Italy, has resigned hi post and will return to this country. Mr. Whillock, who did such good work as minister lo Belgium, is men- tioned as his successor. The position has been a dilllcull one, especially during the period of peacemaking when Italy and the United Slates differed so much on the disposition of the seaport or Fiuine. Helgium and Holland are at odds wilh one another because or rival claims to the little province or Lim-bur- g. There has been some disposition lo grant (his territory lo Helgium, as it would make a logical boundary, and the allies wish to see Belgium strengthened against any possible future attack on her frontier. Holland's action in the war has not disposed the allies to be in a mind to favor her much. Vice President (Continued on rtgt Two) Kentucky News Plans lo stimulate interest in War Savings Stamps sales wcro discussed by Hie Kentuoky Postmasters League in session for two days in Louisville. The need of thrift was U. S. News Representatives ot the North Russians have sent a message to President Wilson protesting against withallied troops from the drawal Arohangle, district. President Wilson has offered rail road shopmen " wage increase of 4 cents an hour based on leu hours pay for eight hour day. The advance is about of that demanded. Tho workers will vole on tho proposal. one-four- th SUGGESTS MEXICAN U.S. GUARD ' " -" K. C. Westover, a specialist on plant diseases from Washington, has been making a survey of the Slato recently. In his report the potato wart, which is considered ono of tho most de structive, he states that the discaso is not lo bo feared in Kentucky, un less it should he discovered among the new crop. con-corni- ng To prevent an influx of aliens in-- In World, U. S., Stale Company. It jiays to deal with the wideawake advertiser. He has tho goods PAGE 2. Pictures and News of Ho-ryou want. College. Notes Ily The Way Herea llounion. PACT REPORT READY IN WEEK PAGE 3. Serial Story. oa PAGE 4. PAGE 5 PAGE Locals ami Church News Advortisomenli. Senate Foreign Relations Committee to Rush Work on the Peace Local Top log anil 'Advertisements. G. Treaty. Washington. Aug. i.'5. Speeding np Frankfort, Ky, Aug. 2t. Joscih Wendling, Louisville murderer of little Alma Kcllner who escaped from the penitentiary Friday, was captured in the streets of Frank-foi- l, Sunday night, by Patrolman Scolt. Wendling was armed wilh a knifo and a revolver, and was about two blocks from the homo of Mrs. C. W. Doyle, whose daughter ho had annoyed while doing work outside tho prison as a trusty prior to his escape. A short timo herore Wendling's capture, C. E. Newman had llred at a man who attempted lo break into his home. Tho man ran into an alloy and turned into Main Street and was walking toward the post-olllwhen Scoll, a former prison gard, recognized him as Alma Kell-neslayer. Wendling started to draw his pistol and the olllcer knooked him down with his club. He was taken back lo the penitentiary. co r's the United Stales after peace is declared, President Wilson, in a message lo Congress Monday, asketl that the passport law in effect during the war he continued for ono year after the proclamation of peace. American forces which will remain in Germany after September 30 are the eight infantry, seventh machine, gun battalion, second battalion of the sixth Held artillery, thirty-llft- h Held signal battalion, llrst supply (rain, llrst mobile ordnance repair shop, Company A of the engineers, field hospital No. 13, and ambulance company No. 20. This was announced today by the War Department. Tho aggrepato strength of theso units will bo nearly 7,000 officers and men. Tho infantry regiment comprises 0,800, tho machine gun battalion 775, the artillery 750 and the engineers 250, giving a total combatant strength of 5.500. Service Men Return Return of tho 0,500 selective sor-vimen with tho American forces in Siberia will bo completed herore winter, according to a recent statement by S.coretary Hakor. About 3,000 volunteer replacements already have gone forward, Mr. Hakor said, and 1.500 more are ready lo go. The former Emperor of Germany has recently purchased for himself an estate in Holland, near the city of Carranza Cabinet Member Want! Utrecht. He seems less gloomy lhan formerly, and now spends some Reciprocal Border Patrol time in horseback riding. Tho Emto Stop Raids. press has proved herself a very faithful wifo and has sought, so far as possible, lo soflen the hard lot URGES ACTION BY ENVOY of her royal husband. The residence will not bo ready for some time, anil the will have to Luis Cabrera, Mouthpiece of Present remain where he is for the present. Administration, Says Mexican Am bassadcr 1s Fitted for ConThe Supreme Court or Japan ducting Negotiations. rendered a decision in favor of Rev. Mowry, the missionary who was Mexico City. Aug. 2.T. An Importnnl arrested on the charge of harboring step toward the adoption of measure tending to prevent clashes between rebellious Koreans. The case has Mexico nnd the United States wuf awakened much interest and has taken when Luis Cabrera, secretory ol had its bearing on Ihe noticeable reeling in the United the treasury and generally regarded as the mouthpiece of the present ad Slates. Whether this completely ministration, stated In n press Inter ends tho matter is not clear, as there view that the Mexican and American slill may he the basis for diplo-'jnat- ic governments should sign nu ngrcement action over the matter. for a reciprocal border guard 'service, anti-Japane- se Ygnaclo Iionlllas, Mexican ambas sador at Washington, according to Senor Cabrera, would be "eminently fitted" for conducting negotiations with this purpose In view, since he was n member of tho Mexican commission which met United States representatives at Atlantic City In 1010 to dis cuss this plan during .the Pershing ex pedition Into northern Mexico. Senor Cubreru was himself chalrmuu of the commission. Old Difficulty Gone. According to the secretary, the dif ficulties which prevented the adoption of such nu agreement at Atlantic City were due to the fact that the Amerl can delegation wanted the ngreement signed Immediately, while the Mexl can commission held out for n with dniwnl of the Pershing expedition be fore reaching an agreement. Senor Cabrera pointed out that at present such a dllllculty would not be met with, since the early withdrawal of the 8th cavalry now pursuing bandits In tho statu of Chihuahua was expected. Comment In other otllclal quarters tended to suggest that, with reciprocal border service to eliminate further clashes, with tho present government bending every energy to protect foreign property ami with congress nbou to tnku up tho oil question, tho rant of Mexico should be solved quickly. League Action Suggested. London, Aug. '23. In connection with the expulsion from Mexico of tin llrltlsh charge les archives, It Is n derstood that tho Ilrltlsh govermnen' with the United States Is In an effort to straighten out the situ ntlon. The suggestion has been made ir I1I2I1 government ouurters here tli I ' Mexico possibly presents an opportu J nlty for application of tho ,prlnclpt s of the tongue of nations, and In this connection tho bullof has been expressed that the United Status might welcome 11 KDttloiof lit of tho Mexican problem by Jjjjj Letucue. 11 Mexican Arthur Henderson, Ihe great English labor leader, is coming to America with the purpose or lecturing for lllo cause or labor. Ho will urge a greater influence in politics and seek to encourage the formation or a labor party. This is a significant event just at this time wlien there is so much unrest in the labor world. Such a movement would vary somewhat ironi the traditional policy of Hie Federation of Labor. The expedition into Mexico (Cont nued on page 5) I'nrm and Homo Depart- ments. PAGE 7 Sunday School Lesson. Sermon: The Three Crosses. Eastern Kontuoky and Advertising. WHERE TO BUY ho Interesting and PAGE 8. News It will prollt-ab- lo lo read what our advertisers have to say thru our columns this wcok. dross goods, suits For and millinery, road Holuo & Go's ad. If you want a Prinooss Coat talk It over with Mrs. Hva Waldon. J. M. Coylo it Co. havo a full stock of men's clothing and furnishings with fair prieos and good value. For real ostato road what Dean &! Horndon, Swinoliroad, and L.I'. Evans havo to offer this week. Polls & Sou have U10. Flour to inako good broad; Hart & MeGroary can inako wash-da- y a holiday with consideration of iln German pence treaty In t lit hope of reporting It to the senate before the end of next week, tlio foreign relations committee changed Uh plans for u public benrlng nnd prepared to dispose of proposed reservations an rapidamendments Kxccpt for a bearing ly a possible. of tho Kgyptlnu ease Monday, the committee plans to work on the treaty without Interruption until Friday and members on both Hides expect that by that time a report will bo ready. Iloth Itepubllran and Democratic lenders predict that the committee will adopt several amendments to the body of the treaty, but the Democrats assert all of them will be voted down In the senate. AIRCRAFT FOR BERLIN POLICE Reorganization ce 'The biennial convention of District No. 11, United Mino Workers Plans Provide "Flying Squad" and Killed Aviators. Merlin, Aug. 23. TU contemplated reorjptnlKittflu of th police department of Grtater Uurlln provides for "dying squad." which Is to have 'it Its dltpottU swift airplanes and skilled pilots. of Amorica, including most of the local regions of Indiana, in session at Torro Haute, dofoaled a resolution which recommended that Congress enact legislation permitting the manufacture and sale of beer containing 2.75 per cent alcohol. A The National W. C. T. U. Hoad-- i rising vote was taken, nnd tho resolution was dofeated by a volo of quarters reports that "as ono rosult of Prohibition in Hoston the 'moralmost 2 to t." ality squad' or tho police dopart-mo- nl has been abolished and the Federal Judge Goorgo T. Pago has men assigned to it havo boon held tho salo of malt bovorages conto regular duty. Tho end of joining more than ono-ha- lf of ono liquor selling has praotically elimiper cont of alcohol lo bo literal un nated tho reason for its oxistonco. der the war prohibition law. Tho Arrests for drunkenness have about Chicago Tribuno says, "The decision disappeared. In 1018 from July 1 to is tho most sweoping and completo 15 thero woro in one district 3,570 lo bo rendered by a United States arrests. In 1911) in tho saino disJutlgo and placos the browors in tho trict for tho same porlod thoro wore Chloago federal district who are 2,110 nrtusls and this included July making 'nuir bor with alcohol t of this year on which thero was eonUut or ono-ha- lf of ono por cent an abnormal number or arrests or more sulijuot 0 orlminal prose- 55!) duo to tho uuluhration or the cution in tho federal courts." night borore." ed iHiiiH DR WEIDLER Prof, of Latin and Dean ot Labor iB Jtvl Page Two. TIIR CITIZEN August 28, toil). i.lnti kfi Smih cnn'n I.IMOI.N HAM. Ar'.mlnlitntton Oflicru f Irctbtc rooms of Colltge Department t xluMtion ami Kimm wnn for Men iroprmtive Store other nf Collre Drun Literary socletir Will give, !nit nut i ml I'KAKSONS llntnr if he yonnir nen of Hie IrUrgt Dtpaitmrul 1IA1.I, ifi r anirl k I'ra-ton- II 1) of Chlc(0 A PROMISING YEAR FOR THE COLLEGE DEPARTMENT (Continued rrora P(je One) rui ".es n iv imi I"'1 ' me Mia1 Imv Vet NOTES BY THE WAY By Professor 11 ..ii. Political Science. 'I'Iiiti' will In1 a new Dean wlin will have eliHfge nf Ihe wurk in Kdurulinn in tin1 College Department. Arrangements an' being completed-wita very si runs man for this position ami the nanio will In- - Hindi public soon. Tin' Red Cross Society an- - pm vnhng a professor in Sociology wIm will "have direction of I hi Hold work of Hid lli'il Cross in the nioumain part of Kentucky. This will in.ko possible neV opportunities for tin study of Sociology ami will enable Professor Robertson to extend and increase his courses in History and oirer some new courses in govorn-men- l, adapted lo the thought ami MISS CORWIN needs nf the I line. Librarian Dr. Ilaine s hack lo stay and will olTer his valuable and interesting work of Chemistry and Physics, lo course-- i in Knglish Literature ami Mil the place left vacant by the leavBible. His service in the soldiers' ing of Professor 'Itumold last year. II is believed such a man has been found and it is expected that the . name may be published 'in a few-days- been gli'll. to! ii taken lireai pains hu eellle a W' 'l I' Hlli'il man tin- Hie LeVant Dodije ' This is the ninth day since Mr. Dudge and I look our hurried lenv of Beren for a ninnlh's visit in Ohio. which is to include the G. A. It. Nil' Ihe second week in September. Su rai then' have been vistls at the home of eighteen families, in siv iual at Columbus, HQ. L&p ai DR. RAINE English Literature camps in the South in tho interests of the Y. .M. (5. A. is considered a valuable contribution to the war work. He is much sought for lectures and addresses and to conduct study classes at summer conventions of student Christian Conferences. He is planning to modify and expand some of the courses. It is probable that an assistant iu Knglish Composition will be secured; .Miss Welsh has been spending the summer at her home on the coast of .Maine. She will return lo oiler her courses in (Jreek and Modern ' MISS WELSH Trench and German Languages. German will be given lo those who wish it ami classes iu Many; of French will be taught. the Herou hoys wdio went to Europe to servo in thu war havo written letters to Miss Welsh appreciative f the work they had under bur, and of iU front usefulness to Ilium during their serviuo thorn. This work will be batter than over. Mi True will return to continue the work in Domestic Sciunoo. This work has been growing iu importance under her cure and the opportunities will be increased. The Country Home plan is winning favor ami the girls look forward lo living in group iu a hujiie where limy ounl put mm application uio art 01 dome making Miss Aekloy will be back from spinner study to resume her work In addition (0 the in Biology. . counties, ami a considerable larger number of towns and ofties. A largo per centage of the talks have been with people know'n to Citizen renders. A little bag of personals may bo acceptable. The home of the uuscattured por tion of the C. I). Holliday family ii al 531 Eighth street, Cincinnati. 0. Mrs. Holliday and l.enora were found pleasantly silualed in a Hal. Mr. Holliday is at home on alternate nights. He is furnishing passengers on the Big Four Railroad between Cincinnati and Cleve land, with some of the comfort 4 of life and the latest news. It 'was our fortune on a later day to meet him enroule. Professor Mean leaves Berea to One pleasant night in the home take up graduate work iu Columof Prof, and .Mrs. C. H. l.imlsley, bia University. He, has introduced some very line lines of work during Avondale, enabled us also to note his short stay which students have the satisfactory progress of Marappreciated. A new man will be se- garet, Charles Jr, and Jfthtt. Procured to carry along the work in fessor I.indsley, in addition to the Mathematics ami its allied subjects. year's work in the University Dr. Weidler has spent part of the School, has undertaken a considerable amount of mathematical tutorslimmer at Harvard University and returns with enthusiasm for his ing in the summer. Our night at the home of Walter work. He will continue his classes in I ..it 111. nnlliiiL' new life into old P. Dean and wife, nee Mattio Ilvan. a renewal 01 subjects. The Trustees appointed iu '"eriuii, iiirui-uc- u associations, when both were Dr. Weidler Dean of Labor and he lit'vc:x at"lenli. We saw all four is maturing some important plans to BEREA REUNION IN NORTH members of Hie improve that branch of the College of CAROLINA with several to be added fanlll': Katherine. life. New industries are A very pleasant reunion of Berea ',,ars' 'Mericnee as a teacher; lo those already in use and it is ex- was held at Crossnore, N. a P'- - sludents !"'' peeted that work will be provided ,)'",t"y. Slt," 1,1 an important esUiblish- - C, August . for all and that all will work. The meeting was held atx the The end of the war has brought n"'nt in Cincinnati: Joseph and still in the High School, hut schixil house iu the afteriKxin. a new age. The College Department enrolled, all either old anl. together, for the va- - Sixty-sev- en realizes (he responsibility and is i,L a ,!,nnl hmnp students of Berea or young people seeking to meet it. The President' ca.1'""' and Trustees have expressed a de- - , ''e next night we were guests of who will enter school this year. Gabnunl and Lou Flannory The program consisted of music, sire to give greater emphasis lo the ablanl. at Middletown, 0. The recitations ami speaking. Dean College Department. The College gave a talk 011 "Berea's Alumni at their meeting iu June ,l,nienl work which Uiey are aupices of Ideals." F.dilh Frost, who was vis" were full or enthusiasm and voted 'n,"b'. !U1(I ,,,,! American iting 111 the neighborhood, addresslo jncet every year instead of oncp n"',1,,tt (:llof;, .. fl. . .... .1. Iln lllir Mill IV, r. 1. ....... ; ..n wus ed those who will go to. Berea in "....., l liey 111 Have important three. own Heart. Ihe twins. Hazel and September, telling them what lo ex plans on fool, for the future. Bessie, have do.ie a year's work in pect when they arrive there. A large number of students are entering College from the Academy, the High School, and bid fair to Mrs. Dr. Sloop gave an inspiring further studies in a talk on "Berea at a Distance," n Normal and Vocational Departments. prosecute which she told of the beuellt Berea We will have room for more. De- creditable manner. One bountiful meal was al the has been to the neighborhood thru cide for Berea and come early if you home of Dr. John C. Stratlon, a the students who return bringing expect n room. prosperous physician of .Middle-tow- n. back with them the Berea spirit. He w ill be remembered as a , The Rev. Robert Slreot. of Boston, graduate of Berea and his wlfo as Mass., a graduate of Berea College, BEREA MADE HOMES A well known Berea graduate tells Anne Crosby, both denizens of the alo gave an inspiring aililnws. The tins true jjory. In a far western Dodge House. Two children add to Rev. McCoy Franklin recited in his state she became acquainted with a the attractions of their present usual humorous manner "How lluliy Plays." traveling salesman" who hud for- home. Then there was Hinging by I be We ule chicken with Prof, and merly traveled in the Southern Mountains. When be learned she Mrs. C. K. Itumold. Kent. 0 wlie Franklin sisters, uml by the .lohiuoii was a Berea graduate he said. "Well, Professor Itumold has successfully family. After the program light refreshI never ..aw Berea College, but t completed Ins llrst year of profos-kno- w it right well. When I travel- - M)rbjp in the Ohio State Normal ment were served by Mrs. Sloop They have purchased a and the Crossnore teachers. ,ed hi the mountains I fuuml two SehiHtl. A eampllro was made and game kinds of hoines, those that had bad bouno and are making Improvo-childr"units upon it. It wa a grief to us were enjoyed until 8:00 p. 111, when in Beren and those that hud not. I always inquired mid trie I "'"t circiiniitiice5 cut us oJT from the company broke up. Al this meeting, Burnie Franklin lo stay at homes that had had seeing Prof. Ii. C. Sile and family, I litniling us to a brief interview over presided, and .McCoy Franklin was tjluldren iu Boron." ; elected President for next year. the 'phono. Crossnore is in Avery county-an- d The Itov. P. D. Dodge, Connor Tho Anhuusor- - BimoIi Browing Treaiiirer of Heron College, is. atp1"'1! the inllueiu'e of Mrs. Dr. Slooo Company ii abandoning (ho manulallmadge. o., where, ho otioo was has sent more students to Berea than facture, of buor. pastor for seventeen years. From has any other county ju North Ihe apoplectic stroke of Douoniber Carolina. About thirty new stuInvestigation of tho high cost of dents from this county will outer 11)17, he has not rucoveruil living good morrily forward. 'J Iu; to walk. Ho is undor tho this year. only iioitlon opuu now Is whothor euro of a specialist, and has' made tho prusunt gonuitition can hold out u degree Men of progress lending him tho report is in. until Your GOVF.RN.MKNT LN'SURANCI! and Mrs. Dodge to hope that the BANG ON TO IT. rolling chair may sometiiuo bo (lis is a good thing Just as tho GOVIIIt.VMKAT is If wo duoido lo buy any of thpsu iiiistMi. Wo so tiniMl eju- - nlnna eggn thu fiovornniont is olToring to lo Imve two highly priaswl visits planning to make a "good thing" u bettor thing, you niun aro dropping soli through tho malls, wo take tbig lliero. or throo hours oaoh, on to say iu advnnoo to cesiivo days, it. HANG ON TO IT tho postman that wo prufor to do if you Irtivo Ono night wo wore linnalua of tlio our own scrambling. beautiful home of Dr. Frank K. dropped it, reinstate it. Ewer. Akron, lb- was a of Itetea's class of IIXU. An atlise-liv- e wife and two children lieloii .Mrs. to the family. Fruln, the milingTfarcMl ninllipr of Mrs. Iiwr. makes the household complete. A I Huh place John C. Cluipin, an alumnus of Berea, took dinner with in He was ami spent the evening. principal of the Glendale. (I, li mis (or eight years, lint is now engaged in business. Al thi writing we are in the home of .tames M. Rarer, dims or IIHKI, and Myrtle Burr Itaeer. Their comparatively recent visits al Berea will lead many to remember them. They seem lo have made Cleveland thed' permanent home. Financial success and usefulness m church and other work attend them. .Miss Lottie M. Osborne who was with the alumni at Berea's recent reunion, took supper with the Racers, last night. The meeting he was a pluasanl surprise. Hilwin B. Chancy, a Berea buy of some years ago, his wife and six interesting children, are almost next door neighbors to the Racers. He is a builder, and men of this profession llntl plentiful jobs 111 the mar velous growing city of Cleveland. The above covers most cases of special interest to Citizen readers. So I will not dwell upon tl visit aireaiiy enjoyed ny us wiih lour other families of relatives, the hearing of Dr. C. F. Goss preach at Avondale, our .stop at Columbus, twoNlelighlful visits at Marion. 0, the long chat with Comrade Dr. Harding, father of Senator Warren 0. lliirdinc, and other interest im; experiences. i MAJ. GEM. CHARI ES D. RHODES BRITISH DISABLE BOLSHEVIST FLEET Wn i s in Gull of Finland, Out of Do-fenj- ng Pot orad, Commission. FORT KRONSTADT WIPED OUT ,mb.iM9dor Morris Says That' the Next Thirty Days Will Probably See Crisis In Affairs of the Kolchak Government. Sto. Umlin, Auk. iffl. The llshevlst leet in the culf of FI11I11111I, defemllng I'etnvmd, hn liei u illmihtcd onuplete-y-. Ilie newsiwiKTs here report. The lefeiie of Kroiistudt, which were 'lomluirilnl hy itritlsh wiirshlps, have ileotrojiHl. Month Crucial to Kolchak. Wnshliigton. Aug. Si'l. .Cmlmssudor Morris, who wim sent liy llie stutf department from Tokjo to Omsk to report on conditions In Sllirrlu. tins the Koverninetit here ttmt the next 'M dn will protinlily see n crisis In the nfTiilm of thu Kolchnk gov'vru-incij- 'n .Mil.) Si (lilt III;. I I l ulliHlt A., former ooiiiiiinniliT nf iliu I.'iTUi tlvlil nrtlltcry brlxailc. Die AM (Until bow-- ) division unit Imse Kertlnti No 2 (llnnleiiux) ; Aincrlciili lii'inl of l ho In- ml-lc- d t. terallied nrmlstlce ciiiiiiiitxslon, mid one of live flret American otllcern to enter Germany. He was innile knlclit rointnnmler of the luitti by Knulniul. coimniiiMlcr of the Ia'kIoii nf llonnr by Krnnce mid decorntcil with Hie I)K tltiKUlslied Service .Medul l Vie United States. ywr TEETH IN FOODi ACT H(ria? Passes Bill to Jail or Fine Violators. Dollar Fine or Two Rent Sentence Provided Clauie Darety Beaten. '"'? "r Year' ds J'"l . ,..-!- ,! , Wiinhlngtou, Aug. r. Rent profiteer narrowly csuiped being Inchitlvil In the food control act tiineniliiieiils which (uiKsed the bouse ufter live hour of debute. exemption of farmers from penalties uml hoarding iih provided In Hie bill was Hie subject of nttnrk. but t lit? reprcseiitnthuM of rural districts carried Hie diiy. Wllliiint any rlinnue mure Importii'it the Insertion of a semicolon, the measure Dually wiih phsmm! as proposed by the attorney geiieriil. Tbure was no roll on 011 'any of tho propositions. . Ah passed, the rnpe of Uiq fonfl to tnchiile control act Is oxtrniM wexrlng nppurel and coutalmirH of food, feed uml fcirtlllr.crs. a penalty of $.1,(HX) line or two yen!n' Is provided for hoarding ami proHleeriiiK. uml Hie iluartinent of Jilitlro In given authority to go after the Ktiiull us well as the large re11 11 11 lu.pils-niiiuei- AiiiliiiHsiiilor Jlurrls In tils report. It wns leuriied, ncrtH that Admiral k bus bud to devote so much attention to the mllltury cnmpulgn ngiilmtt the hoNhevlkl that he tins been unuble to orgnnlre siitllclrntly the civil government hikI niliiiliiUtnitlon Iu Siberia to keep the people contented, but thAt nevertheless Kolchnk is thu best mnn for the tank confronting film nnil It In n question of his xuccvss or the tr't'mph of the hoWhovtkl. Aid From the Allies Lacking. of muterlul idd from thu allies lm been treiiiemlotis hnndlciip for Kolchnk. the reHirt states, ond tills has led to friction belueen the military commiimlers of the Kolchnk forces. Admiral Kolchnk vims allied 011 bin olllcers, whom he cannot replace I localise nf lack of other to lead the armies, to sink their illrforcnroM for the wtko of the country nnil Is emleaorliig to make a determlneil stand on a new- line more tlnili 1(H) miles west of Omsk. Ills forces are small, numbering not more than 'JoO.ouO men. the amlmssHdor advised, and their equipment Is not adeliol-dink 11 eom-peten- ts - quate. en RepreseiitHtlve lliiitdlewtun of spoiiwiHil the aiiiemhn6iit to rent profiteers, lie won In committee of Ihe whole, till mm voto of 71) bebiK udiiiled by lo 0:1, bill hi the liniise proper It was rejected by a vote of 77 to llf.'. 11 tailor. EDERT SWORN AS PRESIDENT Installed With Ceremony at Weimar Socialists Are Absent From Hall. ' . ily 11 -- Wolnmr, Aug. Frkdrlch Kbert took the oath of olllcv as ImperlHl prevlUent at the Xutloiml dhealer on ThiirwlHy. A large erowil had with-eris- l III the npiuie liefore the tlienter. liere a snard of Immir was draw 11 up wlili the l.nmUuogor bmul plnylui;. The orguu plH.ved as llerr I'Mlirenlmcli led the prexlilent to Iho center of the hall, where the s tribune Is sitiwtcd. The mem. tier of the Imperial couudl and rose to welcome llerr Hbert. iMit Hie jiIavos noervtul for the Uer lean ntitloiinl ami Imlepemlunt social-Ih were empty. ilouei'-bediK'keprosl-iltnt'k .Military authorities In Paris and here, however, agree that the holshc-vlare making their last desperate etfort nunliiHt thu Kolchnk troops uml If they full this time the soviet gov- eminent In Russia will collapse. Olllcers here say that the bolshevik! have not enough men or munitions to handle thu situation on more thuli one front at time, and this Is thu reason Denlkhi Ihuls It simple matter to advance In the south at this time when thu bolshevlkl have mnrentruted their forces .on the Omsk front. For Recognition In Thirty Days. Recognition of the Kolchak government, If It succeed In surviving the next thirty days, has been urxeit by Ambawailor Morris, It Is understood, tn make this recognition effective. The amlmsMuilor. It Is suld, ha urged Hint this government bo rottily to hh-tIn the iieuotlHllons of hums for Ihe KlherlNii Koverimieiit and to IHitrh sddltloiml arms ami munition-um- l later foisl and elothhiK. The HiiilMonmilor also reetiiamtndetl that experts lie eul lo Sllerlu at tho (Millie lime Hint Ihe fM uml elothluu Is dlsMitohed to Mid In the dlatrlliutlnli of It and lend Mieh hs aiunrv for Ihe entiihlUliiiH-n- t ami inNliiteiiiiucaf elvll government hi the vnrl.ii serllnas nf tho country. 11 11 dt kl SH p. Blast Cnutei P. re cn U. Itlu .iHiilero A'lj. II. A1.1 BleoWMhlp Mole m, I nrrix.d l re- here July ill. frm New portisl to Ih mi tire n h ri i! of Mil CSpllfeUlll III le I' i lll'tfo. -V..i-"c- , French Hfdjn: Knvcy Named. I'llrin. AUK. Jo CmIi I'll hell lui- .MiUlMliiBVd ikMtlutisl li Fniiich euvtt u'...u nihiiy to thu King ef UmIJiz, iid will lonvv Algiers fur Beirut. Til-lu- Autrust 2fl, 1919. TUT! CTTTZWf GREEN FANCY GEORGE MCUlUltQN mk. BIG LAND SALE Owing to Advanced Age and 111 Health, I will Sell on fuJor o "GRAUSTARK," THE HOLLOW OP HPR HAND." "THE X PRINCE OF GRAUSTARK," ETC Thursday, September 4, at 10 A. M "She'd he Junt a wife In tnnrrylnc O'Duwd nit M10 would In innrrylni; K Harnm. you," wiim .Sprouse'a unntlafactory CIIAITRIl wmlthy Nw Yorir on a walking trip The mnn'H hrow waa wrintlirouxh Nfw Kiikia'iiI, Ik rnimht In it At a kled In though.!. tnrm mllr frrirn hla ilMtlnntlon. "See here, Mr. n girl In t lie point Hs cromrtmi! Ilarnea, I am planning vlalt to flreen nmr plmht Wlilln tliojr iIIwiim tho to mffl tli" ant l'u noy timlclit. I low would you like nnd Itanmi la Klvrn b lift to firl. trrK-Mto accompany me?" tnvrrn. while t lie Klrl la tnktn on to her iloatlnatlon. wMch he tell nld "I'd like iiolhlnc hetter," HnriiM la a pl.ice rnllpj (Hu n Kancy. Ilurne, with enthiialiiain. CIIAITrn 11 At Ihe Mvrrn Ilnrnea "Will you iiKree to obey Instruc" fallailn with n atranitrl troui. of tion? I can't have, you inuddlliiK ai'tnra, lirnritil liy . Lyndon Itualirtoft. and bncomra Interested In thliiE up, you know." tlifin. "The groundt are cnrefully cunrd-rd,- " ih- - itorm CHAl'TKR Itt-- A aald llnrnea, after they had ktoim. liarnea nnila h. iiMir worrying oer 111" Ihe project tar Home time. aa'ety of tlia Klrl. traveling ovrr thr mountain roa la at what he conalilera dan "Mia Cnmeroli la roiiNtantly under Ila Irarna tnat (Ireen ptl. feroiia la.abmetlilnK of a houa of the watchful eye of 0110 or more of Two mounted mnii leave thfl tavern the crowd." In a manner which arouae Ilarnea' "I know. I pna.'ed n couple of them lint lilcht." wild Sproune calmly. "Hy meeta "Mlaa Thack. the way, don't you C1IA1TKH IV-- lle think It would ray," lornllng lajy of the atramleil rlral (roup, who la -ndltiff aa chamber polite of you to lnvll the flreen maUI. Tlat nlKht In- la arnuuM liy the Fancy party over here to have an tirlmrlng nf n ilytnu man to the tavern, one of the two wlm hail ridden away a country dinner with you They tell of flndlne (he ehmt t'tn tefore body le.l ahot. of the other man. lloth had been "It would he useless, Mr. Sprouse. They will not come," wounded man, rent.-tereCHAPTKU at the tavern aa Andrew Taut, dlea, "I am perfectly aware of that, hut nnu Ilarnea la Informed he iniiat not leave until after the Imiueat. O'Dowd and I)e It won't do any harm to nsk them, fato. KJfl at Oreen Kancy. vlalt the tavern, apparently much myatllled over will It?" Ilarnea chuckled. "I nee. Kstahllsh-Itithe affair myaelf as an 'Innocent liystander. CHAPTrJIt advanrea Hindi,y eh?" croft money mill, lent to relenee the from Ila etnturraaalng; rmnltlon. (!et O'Duwd on the telephone and Ha official barker. II thereby lilts (Ireen Fancy, and In the Krnunila 'nk him If they can come," said nieeta 111" UKpJalntanre of the nlKht In Sprouse. fare, undine her a Klrl of eurprlsinc "Hut there Is Jones to consider. The Wauty. telephone Is In his otllce. What will aeema not lo be CHAPTHrt V!t-K- he divalroua uf recoKlniint; Mm. and turna he think" away. 'U'lMwd appe-irand In apparently "Jones Is nil right." snld Sprouse friendly faahlnn Ilarnea (who feela hrlelly. "Come along. You can call lie la unwelcome) from the grounds. up froni my room." He grinned slyly. VIII-.M- M Tliarkeray warna CUAPTHIt "Such a thing as tapping the wire, Ilarnea that a man eloppliiK at the tavern, ofleneibly a book acnt, had aearcheil you know." hla hotiHak'e In hit nlnre. O'Dowd Spnusi had Installed a telephone In ooinea to the tavern and Willi Ilarnea and othera ffe over the ecene- of the prevloua his room, carrying a wire upstairs IIriHnlulit'a ehontlna; la Imlled to from 1111 nttnrhmcnt made In the celdinner at (J leva amy. lar of the Tavern. He closed the door II. of the CHAITKIt nrnnalnUnce etorm la Introduced aa Mlaa Cameron. to his little room on the top lloor. The, makeup of the houae iwrly, nartlcu-l.irl"With the landlord's approval," he u. man Intnxlured to htm ua ''leh." and the number of menenanta alxiut the explained, (minting to the Instrument, piuce, Kimtht aatonlahea Ilarnea. "hut unknown to the telephone company, you may he sure. Call him up rameron Inform CHAPTKR Mm ihe la a nrfaulier In the houae. ui- - nhoiit half past ten. O'Duwd may he to hlin for aid and binding him up Iwillnit at this unholy hour, hut not she. to aecircy. in ronterantlon with the chuufTcur who drtvea hlin bark to die Now I must he off to discuss literature (mem. Ilumea leoiina ronvlnred I lure with I Mr. Jim Htiuliiy Tim Imnlwsf a euruplrucy of inumanl batrhlnir at Jrcvn Tamy. part of my joii is' to keep her from s suhscrlhing for a set of Dickens. CIIAPTim XI At lirrnkfait the book uiieiil Intrtxlucea iilmaclf ua la not far from Green &prouff, a Koternmvnt aorret atn'nt. Pulley. holism Savvy?" Hprou tella Harnm he la there to watch the Iwrly ""at (Ireen deaerlhlne Ilarncs, loft to hl own devices, overrun them aa iefuxee from a wandered from taproom to porch, by the liermuna lb' aaeerta (hat "Mi Camerwi" la a lelatoe or the former ruler from porch to forge, from forge to or the iM"etated oiuntry and that ahe or hu. with tlirm the crowii Jawola. taproom, his lirnln far more active of r.ormous value, which tiprouiw would t Int his legs, his heart as heavy as rartttti. lead and as light as nlr hy turns. More limn once he felt like resorting CHAPTER XII. to a expedient to determine whether he was awake or dreamThe First Wayfarer Accepts an Invi- ing. Could all this he real? tation. Ten minutes later he wns In Irt'lsliMl Unit tlio first tlilns Sprouse's room, culling for Green Itnnii rolt-ns- c of Fancy over an extension wire that hud to lie oonalilereil wttt the Mliw Cameron. coat the eouiwuy nothing and yielded "If v phii'I tlilnk 'of nny otlior way nothing In return. After Hinie delay to ut't Iter out of IIiIh ilf vlllsli pmllni-HhMtO'Dowd's mellow voleo wing out: SitrtHHH, t kIiiiII iipply to Wnsli "Hello! How are you this mornliiBtoiufor litOp. ing?" , "AiMl Im l4iilu'(l at. my friend," Mild "Grievously lonesome," replied tit MKTCt HKtiilt. "It Ih not n mutter Barnes, and wound up a doleful acfor the Koveniiiient to metlillu In at count of himself hy Imploring O'Duwd all." to wtve hla life hy drliiglng the entire "U'tJI, tometliliiK liu to lie dime ut Green Fancy party over to dinner once." kiiM IiHrnn donftUly. "81io in that nlRtit. I'erson-allO'Dowd wns thMn!."ir "ii in. I' you could luive he would go to nny extreme to Been thi II1.I1I Hint enml Into tier wive so valuable a life, hut us for the lielt t "Yea. I kiHtw. l'Tr liHirtl ahe Is rest of the imrty, they hogged hlin to " Hy they were sorry to hear of the exUUlie a preiiy Klrl. You needn't "Quite u pretty Klrl ! exclaimed pected deuth of mi promising a chap lUrue. "Why. irtie la the liveliest and that, while they couldn't come to over crvuHi. She ling his party they would he delighted to thlnir that (Mime to his funeral. In short, It would of " Ih II sin biirlnnlni; to iittdpotnnd he liiiH)Hllile for them to accept his The Irishman wns O'Dowd a liiiert In her. Mr. ltarnen. kind Invitation. so guy and that Humes I In luia pnilmhly fnlleil In love with llitle illillitilty m yon luive took hope. lier with "Hy the way. O'Dowd, I'd like to (kxpertencMl, and mIhhwI ua expedl-tloualHe lino wit a little more of speak with Miss Cameron If she can come to the telephone." littr tfcnn yon. Imt " "Don't he surprised If you are cut "Don't talk noiixciiM. I'm not In off suddenly. The coast Is clear for lov with her." Here. Miss Cam"Can .vu etk ulth ciiial untlior-Iti- - the moment, hut eron. Careful now." for Sir. O Dowd? Ho U n very Her voice, soft and clear ami tremIrNliiiinn. I aiiitold." bling with cugcruess, cures$cd Ilarnea' "I den'l believe he will set much from her, Mr. Sprouse," eager ear. ut I Illy "Mr. O'Dowd will fop thnt no rvlt said lUinu U iih clever ns I think xhe befalls me here, hut he refuses to help "If I (pille understand Ih kIio will I'licimriiL'e him trumendoiiM-Jy- . me to get away. cannot I would If I were In her place. and appreciate his position. Mr. O'Howil Ih only huiimn. He Isn't ask hint to go so fur as that. Help SYNOPSIS. mu m-- 11 nuto-nuM- j 1 "Hello! How Are You This f.'ornlnqr w 560 ACRES This is an exceptional opportunity to buy land, whether for STOCK RAISING, farms in Madison County, CROPS OR RENTING. It is one of the best of never-failin- g It includes much fine TOand has an abundance stock water. now in rood grass. One field of 80 acres has been in BACCO LAND. Over blue grass for 40 years. all-rou- "burn-inrmln- my-Irr- curl-oalt- thN to Ihe right of the entnmce. I am conlldent Hint someone Is stationed below my windows all night long." "Voil Mill InsNt that I am not to call 011 Ihe authorities for help?" "Yes, jesl That must not even he luive not only myself ti murdered. 'onslder, Mr. Hume. I am a very mnll nloiu In " "All right! We'll feet along without "Afterward them." lie said cheerily. we will discuss the liuHirtance of 1 ' i: :.s oiu- - tngtit up; foe rirt if 'le two windows In lay room Is the third atoms." LOCATION Just inside the blue grass belt on the main line of the L. & N. Railroad. Conveniently located to all of the best markets. Good pikes in all directions. Near Whites Station postoffice, passenger depot and stock shipping point, country store and big flour mill. Twenty minutes by automobile or train to This place will be subdiRichmond, 15 minutes to Berea. Good neighborhood. vided into three tracts, two fronting on excellent pikes, one on a good dirt road. V-- The c coih-ran- "And your reward as well, Mr. iJnriies," she said. Her voice trailed He off Into 1111 Indistinct murmur. heard Ihe receiver click on the hook. mil after calling "hello" twice hung up his own with :i sigh. Kvldcntty O'Dowd had warned loir of the np- iroiieh of a less coaldcratu person inn himself. CHAPTER XIII. TRACT No. 1 Comprises about 360 acres; has all the, improvements; res. idence, tenant house, servants' houses, and every kind of barn and out house inwallcluding big tobacco barn and cattle feeding bain and underground e ed with stone; contains the famous never failing Spring, one of the finest in Kentucky. 280 acres are in blue grass and meadow; balance in corn and tobacco. This tract is nearly a perfect rectangle, well fenced in nine field divisions. ice-house Still-hous- a e.'-ort- 1 IX-I- y The Second Wayfarer Receives Two Vicltors at Midnight. The coroner's Inquest over the hod- es of lioon nnd Paul was held that ifternoon at St. Kllzahelh. Witnesses from Hurt's Tavern were among those o testify. The, verdict was "Murder :t Ihe hands of parties unknown." Similise did not appear at the Tav-runtil liihir after nightfall. The so- somewhat IndltTer- n" agent titlv to the hitler's account of his elcphonlr exMrlenees. At nine o'clock d' owned prodigiously nnd announced lint he was stolns to lied, greatly to ihe surprise of Mr. Humes who fol- lowisl hlin from the tnproom and tie- minded an explanation. "People usually go to hed at night, don't they?" said Sprouse patiently. I believe." "( I "Hut, my dear .111:111. we are to n Comprises well fenced rectangle, about 15 acres ready to plow well watered; about 5 acres in timber; unimproved; fronts on good dirt road. TRACT No. 2 1 TRACT No. 3 Comprises about 90 acres; about 8 acres of timber; remainder in corn; unimproved; fronts on good pike; Mayde switch and shipping point 75 yards from front gate. These tracts will be sold separately and not as a whole I have livell on this property for nearly half a century and am selling it on count of my advanced age and ill health. Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. ac- i. ei''tcd, " PERSONALTY All ordinary and many extraordinary FARM IMPLEMENTS and MACHINERY, including one cultipacker; I thorough Chesterwhite boar; a lot of hogs and brood sows: a lot of portable hog houses; 32 head of export cattle; a lot of young cattle; 3 good young milk cows; 40 ewes and 3 bucks, five horses, one for barn pattern sawed this spring; a lot of oak riding, four for driving; 4 mules; lumber sawed this summer; household and kitchen furniture. 1 aup-raw- Con-ley'- "lel" 11 well-know- n t, heart-hroko- y 1" fv !l "I have some cause for believing that one of those (Imps In there Is from Green Fancy. Go to hed at ten oVimk.viny friend, nnd put out your light. I don't insist on your taking I will nip off your clothes, however. .111 your door at eleven o'clock. Hy the way, don't forget to Mick your ro-voler In your pocket." A few minutes before eleven there -line a gentle tupping on Harnes' He sprung to his feet nnd loor. pvned It. presenting himself before Sp;oue fully dre srd nnd. as the He- er-- t agent said Inter on, "tit to kill The uhrlit was us hlack as pitch. I'.nruva, trusting to the little man's ves nnil hanging close upon his coat-ntlfoMovcd Mindly hut gallantly .11 Hi tracks of the leader. It seemed l iiiin t It: t they stumbled ulong to the rolid for miles before Sprnuae c. ine f! halt. "This Is the hor cut to Green Fancy," he whls-eiid- . lu.ilng his hand on Humes' inn. "We save four or live miles, coming thlfc way. Do you know where we tire?" "I haven't the remotest Idea.'" "About a quarter of a mile below Curtla' houo. Are you all rlisht?" "Fine ua a llddle. except for n harked knee nnd a skinned elbow, n couple of more nrfosn busted ribs, I've liHUKod Into more trees "Sh !" After n moment of silence Intensified hy the mournful squawk of night birds nnd the chorus of katydids, Sprousu whispered, "Did you pur-ilie11 See me on the premises or G. W. GOODLOE, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY JOHN D. GOODLOE, Sr. Bolivar Bond, Auctioneer WHITES STATION, KY. Wednesday, September 10 10 O'CLOCK than" I WILL SELL hear that?" Humes thrilled. This wns real inch odniiua. "Hear what?" he whispered stillly. "Listen I" After a second or two AT AUCTION For Dr. J. B. Beck7l'i acres of Rood land. On Harrodsburg and Danville pike. Three miles from Harrodsburc, 7 miles from Farm Danville. Three room house, 4 acres tobacco, and stock barn. Fencinu good, well at house, everlasting has long frontage of pike, with several fine building sites. Will be subdivided and sold in 3 tracts. Here is your opportunity to buy a small farm well located, and good land. Buy you a home now. Small farms are scarce and hard to find, and increasing in value. Come to this sale, you may get a bargain. Look at the land before sale day. Four acres in tobacco, 30 acres in corn, ba. ance in grass. V.,, stock-wate- hammering on the limb of "Woodpecker don't hammer ot nlitlit. my Hid. Don't stir I Keep your ears open." Sprniis-clutched Ms cnmpinloii's nnu and. dropping to his knees In the thick iimlcrhruh, pulled the other down afler him. Presently heavy footsteps upImmune" An (iroaclied. unseen pedestrian Spnuise," will have to come iroin tne outside. passed within ten yards of lliem. Tlioy "I catch tho point, Mr. terribly dange- scnrcely breathed until the sounds mild ltarnufi, rather cloomlly. Ho did It will ho dangerous not lll; to think or Ihe methods that rous" passed entirely out of hearing. Sprouse "You wiy O'Dowd will not assist put his lips close to Karnes' ear. tnlslit luive to he employed In tho Mr. O'DowJ. "There In u you to escape?" of "Telegraph." he whispered. "It s "Ho urges me to stay here nnd take system they have of reporting to each nitluT Important (iiistloii I'd like to everylink. In Mio even remotely itllulhlu to my chances. He holleves that other. There aro two men patrolling thing will turn out well for 1110 In the tho grounds near the house. You see her country' throne?" "Itemotely, ye." wild Kprouae. end, hut I am frightened. I must Ret what we'ro up ngalnst, Harnes. Do "So remotely that ahe could marry awny from this place." you still want to go 011 with It?". keep your eyes and oats 0(1011 chap like O'IMhiI without clvluu n "Then "I'll tstay hy you," replied Hames to future cumpllca-tloilH?- " for tho next night or two. C1111 you sturdily. inuvli tlimiKlit tell 1110 whore your ro(im Is. locnted?" ho vi.nl ureil (Continued next week.) 11 "There 1" woodpecker "It's a" . Remember we sell the crops, too i. uwiog, ..., 1 tivator, etc. . , . . . ., For lurthcr particulars see ur. j. u. iicck, or Terms and possession as announced at sale. I ...:n OCII ojihg f.'rminif (mi nttiiin I s rnniclini. In nnrf nf 9.linro wagon, disc harrow, mowing machine, riding cul ll ... w. " Mill laiiiiiiift ,iii.v.t", w A . nurruusuurg, . . or 11 SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Man W. E Moss Adv. Mgr. Lancaster, Ky. Remember, the S. It. Wilder auction 500 acres near Burgin, September 9, 350 acres, lots and small farms, at Danville September 16 and 17. Watch for advertisements of other auction sales. ' v Pace F"ir. THK CITIZEN August M. 1010. Berea College Hospital RrM Equipment Wartls for Mm and for Wotnrn anil Service at Lowest Sun I'arlor, rrnate Koonm, iimiis, r.iccmc service. fot. "The Princess" Coats nnd Suits built on quality nnd workmanship on tin; new straight lines, for Ladies and Misses. s Dresses in the new style and the suit-dres- Surgery, Cnre in Child birth, Eye, Nose nnd Enr GENERAL Came in ami PRACTICE vilt an e stabllhincnt, which l a friend In Mertl, anil In roarh of all tlic people. Koiirrt H. Cowt.EY. M I)., Plivjlclan Harlan IHm.tcy, M.D., I'iirMcinn Mrs Anna I'owkli. Hackutt, R.N., Superintendent Mr. Hclkx Steaks Siiarpe, K.N., AMlttnnt CHANGE IN RATES Hegianlng March l the rate for hoard and room of private patient will be $if to tjl8 per week. The rate for patient eared for In the wards will remain the name It per day. Ht Order of Prudential Committee, llerea College new straight lines in trico-letttricotine, French serges all sizes up to 48. Also satin, char-meustaffeta, and georgette. e, e, I 1 1 Dili III ll EE I I vJl 1(1 s0't"'ers r states or governments. principle applies quite THEmuc'V to hanking ns to 05 - " - - r LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, QATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM .A if t'he Woman's V! 11 II H TTj ) crnl Reserve Banking System has heen in operation during the war. It Is most fortunate that the Fed- - Eli EE I TlfFRIl 11 Children's coats in newest colors and latest styles. Latest modes from Paris and Eastern Mar ket in Ladies' I A The advantages of this orgnniza- tion accrue to the customers of the member banks who at the same limc contribute to the strength of the nation's banking system MEt W mEESE r' Best Blacksmithing Scientific horse shoeing, fine iron work and repairs of all descriptions at the College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citizen ad. Olllce. EUGENE MOYNAHAN Attorney-at-Law Richmond, Ky. Box nt 2Th5 Collodions. Rentals, and Ileal Estate. with Stephen D. Olllce at pre.-e- Parrish. Baker Logsdon, Dentists Ofllcc Hours from 8 to 5. & & 12t T. A. Robinson and Doctor Pot- lus, of Corhin, were Horca visitors Sunday. Hit Auction cnie. wliero you can in buy fruit, vegetables, chickens, fael. everything from a turnip to a Government Liberty Ilond, at tho Fall Festival, Friday niphl, September mil, at 7:00 o'clock, at Children's Piny Ground. Proceeds to ho used lo beautify Berea Cemetery. Professor Lewis goes to Burkes-vill- e. county, next Cumberland week, for his eighth institute. Mrs. L. A. Watkins is visiting relatives and friends in Indiana and Ohio. andChildren's Fall H Ladies' and Children's Fall Hats on Display at ats. Mrs. Eva Walden NOTICE TO BEREA WOMEN WITH THE CHURCHE3 Club of Berea will meet Wednesday, September 3, at Union Church 1:00 o'clock in the log houso oppo Sunday morning at II a. in. Mr. site Professor Clark's residence on Vaughn will give an account of his L. N. TIME TABLE Northbound Train Train Train Train Train Train No. 31 3:38 a. m. No. 38.-1- 2:50 d. m. No. 32 5:31 p. m. Southbuond No, 31 12:46 a. m. No. 3312:25 p. m. No, 37 1:10 p. m. Fall Festival, Friday night, September nth, at Children's Play Ground, near College Tabernacle. Everybody invited to come. Miss Katharine Baugh, who has spent some time as teacher of Domestic Science at Harrogate, Tenn, returned lvomo for a few days' visit prior to leaving 10 accept a similar position in a school at Crossnore, N. C, which is under the supervision of Mrs. Dr. Sloop, favorably known in Berea. Free music by the Famous "Paule do .lazy Orchestra at the Fall Festival, Friday night, September 5th, 7:00 o'clock. Mrs. T. A. Robinson and daughters, Glenna and Marguareite, were in town last week to see Mrs. Robinson's sister, who had an operation in the Robinson Hospital. Professor LeVant Dodge and Mrs. are enjoying a visit with friends at Cleveland, Ohio. It is their plan to visit Andover and Columbus before they return to Berea. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Roberts are happy over the safe arrival of a young daughter at the College Hospital last Sunday morning. Mother and baby are getting along nicely. Miss Agnes Mooro spent tho week end in Berea with her parents. Mrs. Will Climcr arrived Saturday from Lafollettc, Tenn., for a visit of a few weeks with relatives and friends in Berea. Bailey Baxter, of Irvine, was in town over Sunday. County Agent It. F. Spence returned last week from an agricultural tour in Canada and Northern Dodge Announcement Latest Styles in Jackson street. All women of Berea and vicinity who are interested in the work of a Woman's Club are cordially invited to be present at this llrst meeting of tho year. experiences in Franco in tho service of the V. M. C. A. Every one. is welcome. Thursday night at 7:30 p. m. the regular mid-weprayer service in the Parish House. Please note the change of hour from 8 o'clock to ek Quality Clothes Shoes and Hats 7.30. BOY SCOUTS AT B00NESB0R0 Porlor Hutchlns, of Oberlin, is Scoutmaster John Miller and to occupy the pulpit on tho twenty young braves returned on Saturday from an enjoyable six llrst Sunday in September. ,Ho will days in eamp at Boonesboro. They acl as pastor of the church until a all report a good time with camp-llr- o successor to Doctor Roberts is lalks, good swimming, plenty of wholesome food with pics and "llap-jack- s" Baptist Church thrown in for ScoutSunday sohool, 0:45 a. m. master Miller is a line cook as well Preaching services, 11:00 a. m. as a good scout in general. U. S. B. Y. P. U., 0:15 p. m, Mr. Millor's work with tlie, boys Mrs. D. O. Bowman Doctor and Prayer meeting Thursday arrived in Borea Tuesday for a visit is a labor f love, and deserving of at 8:00 o'clock. the highest commendation. wilh Doctor Bowman's parents. Rev. John Cunningham, Pastor. Mrs. Chas. D. Lewis is spending a few days with her father, Mr. E. J. CLEARED OVER $400 Methodist Episcopal Church Godby, of Moreland, who is seriousIn our account of the Old Fiddlers' Sunday school 0:15 a. m. ly ill. Contost last week wo neglected lo Preaching servico at 11:00 a. m. Will Lowen has been visiting in state that the proceeds amounted to Epworth League Meeting 0.15 p. m. over $300, and when all incidental town for a few days. Prayer meeting 7:30 p. in., of Irvine, expenses were paid there was $100 Miss Helen Scrivner, has been spending soveral days in clear, to bo used to purchases much needed equipment for thu graded town with her sister and friends. ECHOES FROM FRANCE school. The prizo money amount. Bon Jour Good-da- y to $100 was donated by public ing Comment alios vous? (How are spirited eitiens of Berea and you? Secretary Vaughn will give an address in the Union church next SunSUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC day morning at 11:00 o'clock. SubHie Baplist Sunday School Pic- ject: "Experience nnd Observations nic was hold at the Fair Grounds, in Franee." .Mr. Howard II Taylor will speak Wednesday, August 20. The merry crowd mot at tho 011 the siime subject at the Pavilion church at 3:00 p. in- - and were con- service Sunday evening at 7:30. veyed to tho Fair Ground in autoCome and enjoy these service. mobiles. Supper was seryed at 0:30 p. in., CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR and despite the fact that there were The service hint Sunday evening about 800 present, pvery oiip had all was one of the best held this sumes the walermelon J hey could oat, mer. The attendance was not large other delicious things which but I be greater number of those were sered. tho livery one report a very anjoy-ab- ln present look an active pari in meeting. Mr. J. P. Roberts was Ihe afternoon indeed. leader and gave a inot helpful tall; "Pride." 011 the Mihject Next Sunday oveliing Mr. Howard LITTLE CHILD BURIED K. Taylor will address the meeting Nell Hill, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Groon on the topic "Life Servico." Ho Hill, of Bethayn, W.Va, was brought will tell of some of his experience to Berea, Sunday, by her parent.? while on duly in Franee, and will and brothers for burial in Borea also furnish some special music. Cemetery. Funeral sorvieos woro This will bo a worthwhile, meeting, conducted Sunday afternoon at thu which all are urged to attend at 0:15 homo of Mr. B. II. Gabbard by Row p. 111., in the t'nioii Church. John Cunningham, pastor of thu Baptist Church. Price of Raldni Dootted. Mr. and Mrs. Hill are former resiFresno, Cut.. Aug. 115. Increases of dents of Berea and have many approximately 100 per eent In the friends horo who deeply sympa- price of rnlln were mri'le pulille by d thise with them 111 the loss of the (tlrci'torx of tin- Cidiromlu " ItnNlii their Utile daughter. bo-sidfour-year-o- ld Atto-elatecm-"- Coats. Suits. Dresses and Millinery Now on Display Wc arc conversant with all New Current Fabrics A call from you will prove to our Mutual Advantage Reasonable Prices Correct Styles B. E. BELUE CO. Richmond Kentucky -- rliool. Priced to sell at $100 po r acre. We Iihvp a number uf othor placet; mine -- mailer, others Inrgor I ban the-- e. 'Oil ti your wants an. I we will try to llll them. Persons having property for side al a fair prire will do well to S6s us and lint it with us. Wo have some country tre for sale Uml are bargains. Cnll al th Baron Bank A. Triutt Company and sec Mr. Denn uiifii m Berea. lierudoii'3 olllce i "iimler Inn hat." Catch him at any old plnre. The Dim Highway uill be Tarvia treated to Kingston in Inn mure days, then up gM4 the prices from HI per rent lo tO per rent for lam) along thi rood; better buy now. Laundry Work AND Family Washing First Class Work Guaranteed Laundry called, for Monday and delivered the same week Leave Orders at The Citizen Office The Madison Steam Laundry Richmond, Ky. RfMpeetfiilly, FARMS TOR SALE Large and small, also a few housos and lots in town. If you want to 1110 DI'N ,t FOR SALE a HEHNDOiV desirable home iu lieren, Ky, oil Center Street. Very large lot, five-roV. F. KIIJD, Iioiih. fruit, Berea, Ky. f. etc. Water at door. Term renton-abl- e. Write ine. rOR SALE J. A. WYA'IT Rogistored Hiiroo hogs; sow, one gilt and two boars; Spring farrow; .Witt Marbui'tr .emie, Cincinnati, Famous Orion Colonel Stoek; rib- or siee T. B. Stevens on Outer St. bon winners at Ml. Vernon Fair. sell, tell nd.-7t- about it. or wrilo 1110. om w; V. H. MIIil.MII, Box 12 ad-- U. Ml. Vernon, Ky. A FARM NEAR F. L. MOORE'S DO YOU WANT BEREA7 Or a houso and lot in town? Yos. wo have both for sale) Higher than Jewelry Store FOR New Repair Shop We have the most modern machinery, and are prepared to do your shoe method. repairing promptly by the most Bring Us Your Old Shoes and Have Them Made New at REASONABLE PRICES J. M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut Street Berea, Kentucky Located in the Cornelius Building on Short Street, Htrea, Kentucky THE RAPID SHOE REPAIRING SHOP F. E. Riddle, Manager First Class Repairing they woro! Cheapor than they will AND bo again! But wo still havo some s. shorl options on soino Real Fine Line of Jewelry Our .Number 'M is a line farm of 3 acres al Terrill, Ky., on MAIN ST. UEREA, KY. the Dixie Highway, llvo miles out of Fine land, well imRlehinond. proved, and a splendid location Price $200 per acre. Number 13 is or a farm on good pike, nico cottage BuurbooPcultryRoined houso, barn and fruit; 80 to 00 acres 111 all, about 3T aeros level land, A DPCJ driaklnir witir eur.'i balance stoop, hut rluh. Prioo &.ooo. nil rrcrcrii w a XJ"1& Auk ml other chick divrhwe, ch Numhor 80 is a lino placo; 120 dliKt. Ono t buttl intVn IS y acres, well Improved, nlco irillon of roo!ittn". lint Ut0c iinc tl M, mkw I Li'iant. At framed houso, 8 or 10 rooms, largo drUtfirUta. fir ,.nl l.v malt rwaattiaLI. yrCourbori nrndvOo , Lo'ngton, Ky, On good stock and tobaoeo. barn. Drag Co. piko, eouvuulont to ehuruh and Sold by Porter-Moor- e Uar-(jain- OsieSrop ri 1 two-stor- HI TIf B CITIZEN Page Five. BOONE TAVERN "The moj homt-lil(e EXPECT ACTION ON and attractive hotel In Kentucky." PEACE TREATY SOON DECISION ON PEACE PLAN NEAR FOOD CONTROL CONTEST IS TO DE RESUMED. Beren CoUcrc MnntiRcment. First Class, Moderate Rates. For Students nnd Pnrcnts, Business Men and Excursionists On ihc 'Dixtc Highway 500 ACRES 500 5 Mercer County Farms All Adjoining The Citizen A family BEREA BOY INJURED ANOTHER NEAR DEATH When Storage Regulations Comes Before Congress Dltter Fight Planned on Dry Enforcement Bill Senators to Vote on Coal, Oil and Qas. WVMrm s 5 Sets of Improvements Newipaper for all that it right As a result of a wheel breaking trur,aml intrretting on a car in which he was riding 1'uMlihr.l trrtr Thurwliy at lima, Kjr. toward Hoonesboro, Bail Henderson is at the point of tlcalli, in Ihc SI. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. n Joseph's hospital, at Lexington, with (Incmporaird) a fractured skull. Maufori! Hiirgin, WM. C. FROST, Fdilo,Jr.XI,U( son of Kugeno Hurgiii, of this city, Subtcription Rates was badly cut and shaken up and 1'AYAIII.K IN AUVANCE 0. 0. Curly, or Keren, was also badly On Yr I1.S0 HU llnth U hurl, but not seriously! Ui Thrr Month The accident occurred near Hie r or Kiprvst Monty SnJ imtif br Order. Draft, ItrtcWttrrd lrtlrr. or on and two llayilen curve on the Winchester tvnt tampt. Th data aftar your nim on labrl ihowa to and lluouf shore pike late Monday what dale your ubarrlplkin la I'aid. If It la not afternoon. The men who were in changed within Ihrr wrrktaftrr rrnawal notify a light truck, sworved over the edge tia. Mlttini numtara will I gladly auiiliul If iaa of Iho roa'd to avoid n heavy tourara notlflnl. IjllwralUrmanlvrntoany whoolitaln nrw auln car, and in so doing, ouo of their arrlptWwia for ua. Any one tending ua four yearly ing aubacrlitkina ran trcHva The Cltlirn frro for wheels went Into Mm dilrh. The year. ocia wheel broke, and the car was thrown Adrrrtialnc raUa un apiillratlon. oer the embankment and over a rock fence. Young Henderson, who THANKS) Dr. mill Mrs II. II. Roberts wuli is jul 'A! years or age, was picked tJirntipli 'riu (Mircu to express thoir up unconscious and for a lime il thanks fur Hi'" many kiuilucasci was thought that he was dead. He shown t i particularly (luring was taken to Lexington. Dr. D. .1. tho last days of their slay in llureu. Williams dressed Hie injurios ol the Mills includes tlli; tllost Wonderful other men hero. Register. ilijvotion shown them in assistance rendered thotn while passing thru HAYS-OD- ELL thu trying nnleal of breaking up n Tuesday afternoon nt three o'clock home, the umny notes of loving Mis Hess Hays, daughter of Mr. and farewell ruprmsing appreciation of Mrs. Frank Hays, and Mr. thoir Christian ministry ami fellow- Odell, or Rochester, N. YNewton wore ship, also Hip numerous words married at the home or the bride Spoken to them f gratitude for on .lackson Street. thoir wrvifN ami regrets at their The wedding was a very quite departure. one, only Hie family and a few I'riciafU are a mo-- t precious triends being present. nnd Dr. and Mrs. Roberts After die ceremony, which was leave Hwou feeling rich in these performed by Doctor Rnino, dainty mill tho pleasant memory of line ami refreshments were served, tho appreciation so fully shown and bride and groom left for and new thoir upraswl. home in Rochester. Mrs. Odoll was one or Herea's best daughters, ami the go(Wl wishes or BEAUTI TYING OUR CEMETERY go with her her many rrionds The location of our cemetery is and her husband here a long and ror hlonl. Nature has niiiile it pictur-oxjiihappy life logolhcr. However, it is like an artist painting a picture, it may represent ability and licauty but without All Day Party tho finishing (ouches thu real beauty Mr. H. II. Wallace, a former of the picture is lost. So with our who has many friends in this cemetery. It lias unusual natural et'thni, sent us the following letter W"o should develop possibilities. from (lutJirie, Okla. Bdilor. this gift of nature. A ery delightful day was spent is a movement on fool t.i Theru at I lie homo ot Mr. and Mrs. J. T. this effect Lot us all look into it Moore, l)e ami one-ha- lf miles west nnd eoopernte. of (iiubrie, Sunday, August 17, in Many of us have planted there the honor of Mrs. Mmire's 58th birth llowor of our home. We lovo to go bouquet day, which was Saturday, August thoro and carry our little Let Itt. She wan very much surprised of deepest love remembrance. with trees, when the following guests nrrivod: us make it beautiful Mr. nnd Mrs. B. A. Mooro and fam llowws, and shrubbery, so that visag well will remember our ily ol Outline, Okla, Mr. and Mrs. itors .N a Ilia ii Moore and family or Guthrie, bountiful cemulery along with the Okla., Mrs. Joe Mooro and Iwo sous apaoious green campus and tatly of Arkansas City, Kan, Mr. and brick buildings. Mrs. John Moore and family or Miilhall, Okla, Mr. and Mrs. V. 11. Keller and family or Guthrie, Okla, PUBLIC SCHOOL OPENS Til Heron Graded School opnwi Charles Lloyd of Yiuita, Okla, Dan on Monday morning with a largo Mooro, llieir son who latoly came enrolment, ami witli a splendid home from Franco, Mrs. Dnniol Moore, mother or J. T. Moore or spirit of enthiuinnm. Guthrie, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Wallace Thu devotional exorcises wero oondctl by Hew John Cuuning-lm- of Iterwi, Ky, mother and father of of the IVoptiat church, will) Mr. J. T. Moore. A ery bountiful dinner was serI'rtjfpsaor Uigby as lender of song. gift of Mr". Win. U. ved, followed by ice cream and ,pitiuo. Hie Oak Park, III, is a much cake, and later in Die a f term mn u nation, appreciated addition to Uio audi- wnlfHiielon feast. gliosis There wore forty-tw- o torium furnishings; ami tho outfit will he in slmpo for proeenl, and aftor wishing Mrs. Mooro many happy birthdays ma wllliiu a month. for their homes at a late Principal Diiney and an With ohnrge. hour. Olllolont stair of teachers in Ui outlook for t lie year is full of proinlie. HERE'S CHANCE TO BUY TOWN I'oit-odirIii-iipos-Msi- on o. m, plny-grouiHl Nwap-ip'- r Union News 8enrlM. Con-cre- pence trent The promlM-to hold the spot light III again, vtlth n possibility that before the week Is over the report of the Foreign ItehitloliH Committee may bring the fpioKiliui of ratltlcatluii Into Although open Kennte. Chairman Henry Cuhot 1xlgo declines to tnuke any luedli'tloii ntt to when the committee will report, Democratic mom hers said they had no underHtniidlng with the Republicans that action would be taken Ibis week If possible. A number of Senators thought un looked-fodelay might result from the comiiilttee'H decision to request luformiitlnii from President Wilson. The committee u tit resume Its open bearing", but most of the week Is expected to be devoted to discussion of amendments to the treaty. Debute on the trenty nlRO Is to continue In the Senate, Senators John Nugent, Idaho, Democrat; William F. Klrby, of Arkansas, Democrat, and r nddl-tlonn- l Vnhlngton. AT AUCTION Tuesday, September 9, 1919 10 o'clock On Danville and Shakertown pike, 6 These farms belong to S. R. Wilder, his sons and miles from Harrodsburg, 3 miles from Burgin, 2 miles from Shakertown. Long level frontage on 2 pikes, just opposite the Swanee Run Baptist Church. Farms will be subdivided and SOLD in tracts from 20 to 200 acres, or will "Bunch" two or more tracts just to suit the bidders. IMPROVEMENTS: On one tract: 2 story 7 room dwelling, halls and porches, basement, Delco lights, water works, also hydrant in barn lots and garden, stock barn, 3 tobacco barns, 4 room tenant house, all Beautiful lawn and avenue with shade trees to pike. Another tract: 7 room bungalow, garage, stock and tobacco barn, level front yard, shade trees. Another tract: 7 room bungalow, stock barn, new 6 acre tobacco barn, basement, dairy house, front yard to pike level, with shade. Another tract: 5 room cottage, stock barn, garage, store room. Other tracts: small houses, tenant bouses, stock and a tobacco barns. Also some unimproved tracts- These farms are in high state of cultivation, have on them crops of tobacco, corn, wheat stubble, meadow clover, and Blue Grass. Cisterns and the very best of everlasting Do you "Really and Truly" want to buy "sho nuff ' good land? Very fertile, right in the heart of the best belt of land in Mercer County. On main thoroughfare, 3 miles to fine graded and high school. Fine neighborhood, close to Q. & C. Railroad. This land and these homes will appeal to you. Look over the farms carefully before sale day. The more you look the higher you will bid. why the buyers and Remember, I "ALWAYS SELL" and ALWAYS offer something good-th- at's the crowd attend my auctions. Terms and possession as announced at sale. son-in-la- Robert L On en, Oklahoma, Democrat, having given notice they would speak. treaty will The rouie before the Senate Judiciary Comwith consideramittee In tion of n subcommittee report holding the treaty to be no violation of tho Foiled Mates Constitution. High cost ot living questions will continue to the fort' In both brunches of Congress. Tho Senate Agricultural Committee Is to report early In tho week an amendment to "put teeth" In the r food control net. The committee ha before It tho amendment passed hy the House, but has not decided whether to piixx the House measure or to report out a new and distinct measure. The House having carried out one ot President Wilson's reeoinuienihitlou" for reducing living costs, will consider another In tho Hutchinson hill to regulate cold storage of foodstuffs. Thu measure Is modeled on the Now Jorsej law, which the President recommended to C'ongresn in his recent address. Two Important miiisiires are expected to come before Iho Semite In the Sliioot bill for development of public nil, gas, cimiI unit phosphate hinds and In tho prohibition enforcement bill. The Smoot hill probably will come to a float vote early. Franco-America- stock-wate- r. DINNER ON GROUND. MUSIC BY BRASS BAND The owners on the farms, or W. T. Ewing, Real Estate Agent, Harrodsburg, will show the farms. Or see, write or phone SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Man W. E. Moss Adv. Mgr. . Lancaster, Ky. Phone 174 or 384 F. Lancaster, between 6 and 7 a.m. Remember, Dr. J. B. Beck Sale, 71 acres 3 miles from Harrodsburg, September 10th. The 350 acre subdivision at city limits of Danville, September 16th & 17th. Treating 'Em Rough In WORLD NEWS Getaway Made By Hun Captives. O. Twenty (Ioniums, Chlllleothe, Interned at Camp Sherman, escaped; however, 1. of them had been recap- of tho S'cnatc seems disposed to tured, and state-wid- e search fur the remainder was In full swing. Ths prisoners escaped during one of tho most severe electrical storms In years. Through a secretly constructed tun-pe- l. lending from the cellar of tho barracks In which they wuro quartered, to u company street, 30 feet away, the men made their escape. The' tunnel, camp olllcluls Mild, was an Ingenious affnlr. Their barracks, olllcors said. and the cause of more misery in Mexico with tho United States and former allies and is delaying impornre Inspected dally. It Is not known the world" than anything else of Great Britain, also, are still strained. tant issues of reconstruction in the when tho tunnel wns constructed, but United States. olllcers are of the opinion that It must which he could conceive. The Foreign Relations Committco havu taken the prisoners weeks to tunnel It. and dispose of the excavated dirt. THE NORTHERN STATES HAVE ADOPTED THE 56' AUTO TRACK WAGON Boost For Wlreles6. IaiiiiIou. "The next few years should sVo the establishment of a wireless telephone system enabling London to talk to any part of the world for three minutes at a maximum cost the Hvenllig News of one pound 56-Inc- h Auto-trac- k quotes sir (iodfruy Isaacs as having ld, "provided the (iovernmeat's rod Iiih does not stmniflo us. If It does It might tnke jears before the wireless telephone can bo used like tho cable. If the (iovurnment docs not deter us, however, but affords us every opportunity to develop the system, there U a possibility that we shall be able to talk to Australia within j (Continued Irom Pica One) open up many features of the Peace Prohibition the German defeat As a lesson will surely be ranked, against the bandits has returned. Treaty. They are calling many For tho Germans were conquered They succeeded in killing some of witnesses before them. It remains, tho band, but others escaped. Somo however, to be said that the Comquite largely you know, reports indicated that rains blottca mittee is made up of men mostly Hy just being tanked! out the tracks and made further opposed to tho President. Tho at"Australian" pursuit impractical and other re- titude of the Scnato as a wholo attorney for the ports suggest that bands of Mexi- may not be so unfavorable. The deMr. Unlermeyer, brewers, speaking before tho Sen- can troops appeared on the trail, lay in ratification is costing tho ate Committee, admitted that the and tho Americans, fearing a con- United States mucli money, is not saloon "was the nursery of crime flict, returned. Tho relations of improving our prestigo with our Neither too Wide nor too Narrow but Standard i WEBER of all other considerations k time-saving days." Excursion Trains Crash. Kllwoitd, J. One mail wns killed Instantly ami IT persons were Injured three serlomd), when two Pennsylvania Itailrimd excursion trains of the Bought by Farmers Because of Its Known Qualities the fit the road. Any advantages it might QEGARDLESS by the fact that it is a stranger on its own roads. It rides the ridges, which causes broken axles, wheels and other parts, and the tongue whips about which is hard on the team. 60-inc- .. e h NEWS rilOM COUNTY SEAT So-flu- Tho regular monthly meeting ot tho Mndison County Medical met at llooiiesboro bathing hooch Thursday afternoon and n SUppor va served. Doctor MeCor-mlo- k, or Louwville, secretary of tho Statu Hoard or Health, and Dr. W. It. MoGliiro, of Lexington, woso guests of honor. Among those present (he guests of honor wore: Dr. MalmlToy, or Richmond; Dr. Smith, or Putul Lick, and Dr. Robinson and Dr. Itaker. of Huron. Tho annual Siinday-selioor Iho Christian ehurolios of Madison county wns held it Mount I'laisiinl Church nt Whlto Hull. Wednaday. A muiihor of prominent speakers look part in ol con-vuiltl- on Nltro, W. Va, That Cost U. 8. $70,000,. 000, Is for Sale Houses for 70,000. YViislilne.on-ltaUlmoro-Atlutitl- city Uio oxoroU. on Tha Mndison Coimly Toaohors' lUsUlulu, which has boon in sos-iIn Ibis ally this woak, olosoil otlwnoou. Tho Iiisllluo was BOllihiolud hy Prof. IL S. Itubank, or LoxiBglon. l'l-lda- Washington, Aug. i!5. If nnyone Is route collided hero. One train, travIn tho market to liny a town tho war eling at high speed, crashed Into the department has ono for Knlo. In nilvor-Usin- rear of another standing at the this fitct to tho public, tho mid In mi olllclnl announceFugitive Captured In Kentucky. ment: Frankfort, Ky. Joseph Wcmlltiig, "The war ilepnrtinont Ii ottering for ot I.oiiUvllle, who was serving a lifo unle the town of Nltro. W. Va, a Industrial community omliniclni," term In the Frankfort Penitentiary 7,17 nmniifncturlng building, housing for tho murder of Alum Keliner, In accommodations for 110,000 persons nnd Louisville, In 1PO0, ami who escaped the utilities nnd civic Improvements from the penlteiitlury was captured In that conhtltnto tho conveniences of n this city. modern city. Bankruptcy Faced By Foe. "Nltro, luillt by tho government nt ltorlln. The llmiliclal writer on the n cost of approximately $70,000,000, Is largitkt smoke-lu- u Lokal Aiuelsfor IiiI;ih a gloom) view tho alto of thu of the llnanelal situation unit tho powder ilit nt In the world," ulue of the mark. He Nlnl out that Cermmiy ouly bus L.VM.ooo,-00- 0 Identify Machines In Germany. uwrk. In gold If ft In the Itolths-Imii(!eniiHiiy. according PnrlH, Aug. ttblle thv pper money now toto reports michtng the bureau of In. diibtrial reconstruction, lmi returned tals mnoo.itoo.oot) marks, and more to Frtinco '.'7.000 ton of material dully is btdiiK printed. "Only furetgn taken during tho war. A similar quan- rmllts will siivo CeriiuiHy from comtity Is liolng loaded for ahlpuioiit. plete Uuikrupu-y,shk ii writer. Three hundred thousand piece of "If Finance Mlulster lirjtbernor Is able Fruneh injiehlnory, It Is mU, a I rowdy to Indue roreiuii crodltb lo (it.'iiiuny lo Qur.iimny. mil bu avoided." have been g nt coin-pleto M'l-on" because The justly famous WeberVagon 13 built only in 56" nuto-tracand the automobile this is the standard npproved tread of automobiles makes the ruts in mud or coft roads. If the farm wagon is not made to follow the same path it is out of date for road service. " Automobiles are increasing necessity, and every farmer among farmers because they are a who hasn't an automobile intends to procure one at the earliest opportunity. wagon will do everything that the old 60' haul cotton bales as easily ns the wide track wagon and the team can draw the load without having to pull every inch of the way. It lends itself just ns readily to all kinds of farm work and in addition it fits the prevailing road tracks, Besides the feature the new Weber tine the patented Fifth Wheel nnd the "Safety First" Swivel Reach Coupling two advantages that are wotth $20 apiece to the user during the life of the wagon. By nil means see our Weber wagons before you buy. We can offer you something that will save you! money and give you service. The Weber 56" nuto-track wagon would do. It will auto-trac- k The S. E. Welch Department Stores Derea, Kentucky THE SOUTHERN STATES HAVE ADOPTED THE 56' AUTO TRACK WAGON luUJd dlslcr Pago Six. Ttin CITIZEN August t!H, HUD. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator TAKE A VACATION A SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door HOME DEPARTMENT i Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Driector of Home Science Corn Fritters One cup left liver corn. Hi cups Now Is the best lime of year to Hour. ' Isp. baking powder, I tsp. The children salt, 2 Isp. sugar (may be omitled1, do without meat. should have more milk and no meat. I egg, ")i cup sweel milk or water. SIN dry materials into the milk. I'he garden is our present food supply, and one of the most economical Add egg and corn and beat well. Drop ways of conserving food supplies is from a teaspoon into hot fat and fry lo use the food itoinu to wnto nowl until a golden brown on each side. (luiird your1 canned food zealously, (If made loo large they will be VEGETABLE DISHES vnrnllon always helps the or woman who has been busy over a long period. The farmer and Ills' oven busier CimnI wire have liee.n They holh Minn usual this year. need mid deserve a res! and a rhniige now Hint al last a portion rush work is over roi nf the this season. The Slate Fair will afford Ihe farmer, hi helpmate and his family a .ention which will rest thorn and at the same time educate them in a iirwnd, liberal way. The farm-i- r - iouIiI lake I In" vacation holh because lie and his family must do nun and heller work during tho ne.w twelve months to help keep th and also because he world well-fe- d ha the money. In fact the farmer ought to consider his visit to the State Fair this year both a duty and a pleasant vacation al tho same tune. eil production of wheat, corn and man potatoes in Kentucky, compared to hiy AGENT HAS PRICES Week before last this column contained a short article on the value of silage for the feeding of beef The cattle or the dairy herd. county agent is tremendously interested in any movement which will enable the farmer to handle rows or cattle at a reasonable prolll. The farmer who has a silo or ilos on his farm will have a fairly pood idoa of what typo ho wishes to build. Thi! man who has just become interested will have a dozen questions he wishes to ask about ronerelo, tilo, wooden and metal silo. He is also anxious to know about the cost and durability of each type. The Extension Division of the College or Agriculture has sent the county agent a fairly complete list of silo manufacturers, with prices. The farmer who wants to know something about the cost and sizes of these silos enn'get this information from the county agent. KENTUCKY CROPS are the features July I of the (ioerumeul monthly crop report, issued recently by II. I'. Hryant. Held agent of the Tinted Slates llureau of Crop Ultimate. Tobacco shows .some reduction from July estimates because of rather poor condition in some sections, lint a- - Ihere is a big acreage,' especial ly in the hurley belt, and it can yet make a full normal yield if given of favorable weather, the tobacco production is not greatly reduced. Probable corn production in Ken tucky is estimated at KMtiT,0)0 bushels compared to July I of HI .00(5.000 and a crop last year of O.I.OOO.OOO bushels; wheat this month is estimated at ll,rH',(HKi bushels compared to a July t estimate of 12,8112,000 bushels and a production of I2.I21MHK) bushels lal year; potatoes 5,11)1,000 bushels compared to prospects July t for bushels and a crop last .".SI2.000 year of 5,025,000 bushels; and 12. 178.000 pounds compared In a July i estimate of UW.WKl.OOO and last oar's production of pounds. This estimate on tobacco will be greatly increased later, however, if favorable weather prevails during the latter part of August and most of September. Ilye production in Kentucky this season is estimated at 713,000 bfish-e- ls compared to 881,000 bushels last year: oats t.78ii,000 bushels compared to lMiOO.000 last year; hay l.ilW.OOO tons compared to 1,391.000 tons last year; barley UHU'Op bushels compared to 11)0,000 bushels last year; and sweet potatoes 1,102.00(1 bushels compared to 1,2:15.000 bushels last year. Fruit is a poor crop in Kentucky, applea being estimated at only bushels, peaches 805,000 and pears 281,000 bushels. estimates, eslt-msile 1 s Berea's Vocational Schools money-earnin- Training that adds to your general education. g power, combined with TOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commerce and Telrgraplty. FOR T0UNG LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking. Nursing? Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement we can put you with others liko yourself and give chance for most rapid improvement. 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course For thoso who are not expecting to tcacn ana wno are not going It also gives thru College and dosire more general education. tho best general education for thoso who wish a good start In study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door - Berea's Normal School This gies excellent training fup those who expert to teach. "I'll. courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. and spend more lime looking oer the garden products and see (hat Every ni'lhing goes to waste. .Miiga.ine gives suggesWoman' tions and recipes for the use of summer vegetables in economical and attractive ways. Did it ever occur lo you that a real company dinner could ho servmeats'.' ed without Any housekeeper with a good garden at her disposal need mil send to the butchers or sacrtllco onuyof her precious chickens just because company has come. The fallow lug are suggestions for out' summer .using and cgctnhlos: ng dotighx Inside. brown paper. syrups. Drain on clean, Servo hot with ' Vegetable Chowdor Cut fill salt pork In pieces, ry ,ml rd Escallopcd Corn Cut one small sweet green popper hair lengthwise, and cut into 1'eel and cut Into thin slices one onion about Ihe sie of a black walnut. Hmwii In 2 Ibsp. butter or baron fat. Add 2 Ihsp. Hour. I tsp. salt. V( tsp. pepper and mix thoroughly. Add l',0 cups milk and stir until it boils. Add 2 cups of corn pulp, taken frijni sweet corn, or IVi nips taken from .Held corn. .Mix a well buttered well ami liirii-in- lo cup of baking dish, cover with Hake !I0 to Hue. buttered crumbs. to minutes. Tins is a good dish lo cook while getting dinner, saving it for the main supper dish. in 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is tho straight road to college best training In Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department. strips. 6th Door Berea College and strain. There should be one-thicupful. Add four Mires of onion, llnely chopped, anil cook live minutes. Strain and add two ctip-ful- s potato cubes of ami one and eiipfuls of rubes nf parsnips. Sprinkle with salt and pepper, add two cupful nf bniling water, bring to the boiling point and let boll until vcirclahlos are soft; then add one ipiiiil of milk, four Inhlospooit-nil- s of butler, bit by hit. one-ha- ir cupful nf title cracker crumbs and two teaspoonfuls of finely chopped" parsley. In this recipe any combination of vegetables wlilch the family particularly likes may be used. Instead of parsnips, carrot or green lima beans might he substituted. If one does not have parsley, sweet green peppers chopped line, will ch nne-four- th This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. For A Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. twenty-liv- e years the board has remained the same in Berea. but the unusual situation in which the whole country finds itself now makes it impossible for us to live on the same money as we have in the past All students do some work with their hands from six to six teen hours a week as janitors or in the farm, carpenter shop, print ing office, laundry, boarding hall, office, etc., and receive pay which reduces their expenses. young man or young woman can get an education Any at Berea if there is the will to do so. able-bodied substitute. Crisp nun muflln. toasted llchl bread or cracker served with the chowder will make a substantial meal. Tomatoes Hollandalse Pour boiling wnter over four let stand two minutes, then remove skins. Cut in halves crosswise and cut a thin slice from rotiudiin; part of each half. Sprinkle with salt piwl pepper, brush oei with melted butler, plnre in butter-ei- l broiler and boil from siv to eiuli' to circular pieces minutes. Heino of buttered toast and pill a spoonful nf sauce on each slire. For Ihe Miuce, use Ihe round ends nf the tomatoes rooked and strained, made into liiinaln sauce. Two Ibsp. butter. I cup lomato pulp. Ibsp. Hour, ttsp. salt. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room by the term, board by the half term. Installments rent are as follows: Left over fried corn may be used in corn cakes or corn fritters. For GIVE CARE NOT DRUGS Hoes are dying in several Expenses for Boys secoutVOCATIONAL AND SCHOOLS FOUNDATION fowln, 4 IIm ml over. -- .' ; uinler 1 y 36c; roon'i 20c. Live Stock. ' ( Ittte bote!, i ier .i $12.."ofi I3..ii. ssoimI .o rr teer ... lair chi if r.'.'iO , tiM.r: lie' fen, extra $12013. $7.' :.. S In'.e $10611 "lO. CIIII1II1..II There are Ileavv reductions in the eslimat- - tions of the Slate. breaks of hog cholera, but pneumonia ami other diseases are also present. Kvery farmer who has CINCINNATI MARKETS. hogs on his farm should be on the watch tor droopy or sick bogs. If Hay and Grain. Corn No. 2 white $iOT2.ftS. No. 3 be has disease in his herd he should yellow S'J.07. So. 3 yellow $2J5. No. 2 b certain of what it happens to be Mixed ?iO7C'.'.0S. N. 3 mixed 2.0t. before be tries any medicines or white ear M)$t?:MO. yellow ear S2.0U treatment. If it is cholera, there 2.11. - only one remedy, the Sound liny TliiMitlij- per too. ce serum. S27..H!.2. rimer mixe.1 new ur0 Hogs do notieed tonics, dross or 0.14.30, rimer, new :ft.'Sl. (at No. 2 white 7Se. No 3 white patent medicines when they are No. 3 thrifty any more thnn do poople. 7"tye. So 2 m!iil 7(I77 niixiil 7l'i67."4i'. When people get sick, they aro not t Butter, Eggs and Poultry dued until the physician learns ItU'trr Whole tnllr rrearncry eitri-.M',- r, what is the matter. A droopy hog creamery exinu may have worms, pneumonia, cholllrslR r.li, i...nl TMVtt. fancy dairy era or soffto other disease. No ready-mixe- d. ISc. AQc. Iirts 4Sc, I.jtKe I'Miu Hri remedy will be on imry Iim loe. certain to cure him no matter what INiulfrj Kryer-- . .irr 2 lb 3d : broiler, l4 lit ui.il im-r- , .'Me: the directions on (he label say about i -- Incidental Fee Hooin Hoard, 7 "weeks $ 5.00 0.50 15.75 ACAIirMT AMI NORMAL $ 0.00 OJ50 COLLKOK 3 7.00 OiO 15.75 15.75 Amount due Septembor 17. 1011) 27.25 Hoard, C weeks, due October 2i l.UiO Total for Term Incidental Fee Hoom Hoard, 7 weeks 2rfi'5 1.T50 2t)J0 13.50 58.75 corn cakes, mix any plain pancake hatter, using Hour or meal. Add the left over com and fry as usual. Ibis is a more substantial cake than ordinary pancakes, ami with syrup', and a large platter of Ihe corn cakes, a hearty breakfast or supper may he made. V . fvat0.75 Expenses for Girls S 5.00 CXA $1l.70 0.00 (5.50 $ 7.00 flJH) 1 IUH) 25JiO I2JH1 'BMSiO liJW 80.50 12.00 (DO Amount due September 17, 191!) Hoonl, 0 weeks, due October 2D Total for Term 27.50 1SJX) 3BJ50 '$30.0 F.vnrythfng possible should be Whatever unkind critics may say of Hela Kun, he is nevertheless the done to keep down the price of soft man who knocked the last syllable drinks. out of Budapest when he left for The slates of Idaho, Washington, the tall limber. Arizona, Ooorg'ia, Kansas, Michigan, North Dakota, Oregon and Utah Sailors, Marines Don't give up your OiOVF.IlNMli.NT prohibit the possession of alcoholic purposes. for beverage liquors INSUHANCK. If you have allowed it to lapse, The Federal Coimress should give protect your loved olllrinls every advantage in their reinstate it effort lo destroy Ihe trade. ones. 'This does not include tho four dollars dVposil, nor money for books Corner rooms 51.00 more. or laundry. Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fes Business Winter r. Sll-TOf- . i '" . to.' r '" lo; .;.7., giwi fair Bti'ker f'nlM-C?2o7."i. iiiw- -. extra Stuff 11, 7..ioi to. niinuiun to ". uikI feettr". itiiuierH JJt! VSfl, 1 .Vi'Jr 1. 'it. S"Til2 7.". .'bm Kxtra $21, fiiir t l-- .oil iiiiiieiiiii him! h rife $S;il'.. km Hugh heavy Selected Sjn ;.' ' il I" rlm'ie 1HI" ki l 1. S2I.2". nieilliitu S2I 2". ti ".- ?tl .1 ii- iiui din - imd sfSr. Ill $13.00 512.00 511.00 Stenography and Typewriting 12.00 11.00 I3.iki Bookkeeping (regular course) nr.o OiiO 0.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) iU Business course for students "An ounce of prevention is worth in other departments: 8 a pound of cure." The farmer who Stenography sees that his hogs have clean sleepTypewriting, with one hour's l 040 0.50 use of instrument ing nuarters, clear pure water, and an abundance of green pasture Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. U8Q 1.0$ 1.96 rarely ha any trouble with sick Aritlu or Penmanship, each.. Impsi because the hogs have a In no case will special Business Few exceed 51.00 per weak. chance to keep vigorous. Nature nexer intended a hog to live in a If it is impossible for any 'young man or young woman to be dirty pen. Nature did not fashion school the full year, by all means they should enter for a course dur a ling's lungs to breathe dirty air in the w ben he i aleep. Nature cannot ing The winter and spring terms. about Christmas and the teachers public schools will close Imilil a slnmarh and bnwels, even and advanced pupils should not Lie idle through the long wintor in a hog. that will withstand dirty months but should be studying in Borca where the best education can be gotten for lon.st money. - . -- Tw it - Blue Grass Fair LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they an above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabli teacher or noighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advice writo to tho Secretary, VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Fall Term Begins September 17. E. "Boor makes people ferocious and and poorly balanced food. Dr. Fiossingcr, editor of All the hug needs is a chame to beastly." eat tlie proper food, to drink pure Paris medical periodical. water, and lo sleep comfortably and he will not need any phytic. Tho Baltimore Sun report that on the first dry Saturday night there (leorge Washington never said : were only SO arrests and only 3 for "No peer no ork." On the last wot Satdrunkenness. urday there were 337 arrests. 'Or all intoxicating drinks, beer is tho most annualizing; beyond all Moreover, it is Just baroly posothers, it qualities for deliberate sible that the Ford jury marked crime1, " Paoillc and uprovokod him down to six conls beoauso he Medical Journal. was so blamed rotten on United Status' history. 'The quostion ooiicormng alcohol is not whether Smith or Jones efforts to bring Mr. Wilson's that he can take two or thrco harm, but about reduolion of tho cost of livglasfus a day without how u it poMiihlu to diminish tho ing hns been successful enough so up the iniinmue amount of injury from it far, il is bollovcd, to lino llcpuhliunn party solidly against the '" that tin whole Gorman people League of Peace. Dr. Johannes I.oonhart. os suf-fer'.- MR5HLL 6 WORLD-FAMED Big Days and Nights 1-- WASHDAY, as it used to be, was a day to bo dreaded. But now even an extra largo wash can be done easily and finished early. The drudgery is gone the lame back and aching arms. A ' O Western Electrid Washing Machine SEPTEMBER 6 $35,000 PSTsTS $35,000 RAINBOW DIVISION BAND 45 PIECES-- 45 ', 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 ; RUBIN 20 CBu CHERRY SHOWS LOADS 20 - CAK this Western Electric outfit in operation Running SPECIAL Q TaiS TrottingRAILROAD RATES j Hart & McCreary Phone 98 Berea, Kentucky J ' Kli.N WAI.KKIl, strrlitr , August 28, 1010. UNIrOBM THE CITIZEN INTEINATIONAL I Pago Seven. IMTKOVED WILLIAM CLAUBAUGH ny ni:v p n m.AAiF.it n Ta. hfr of Krii(ilii llihle in the ,M ,,dy lllhle Imlltutr of I'lilniK") IfnpirluM y..i,.rr, v.,,,,,,,, i ni..n) SlINMSClOL Lesson n. r LESSON FOR AUGUST 31 8ELF CONTROL (Temperance). The Three Crosses Dy REV. GEORGE GUILLE Eittmlon Dtptrlratnt, Moody Dibit Inatitutt, Chictso Building Lots and Small ACRES Farms 10 o'clock 57 TKXT Then were there two tlilev with him. onn on the rlslit hui, nml nnother on tlis left -- Matt 27 M. crucinl ' tnrth for I Ihr l thrnr-i OOUiKM I.KMON TKXT-lMnl- ol Three TKXT Kv.ry man (hut mrtattry la tempomiK In Cnlvnry. - IS B rroea DKITIONAI a rir. I INTr. !Mi:liATK prtt ttii-ly rr riMMAHY TOPIC Kpln nwny frtitn tlili.- -. wMihjruy harm ii JI'Mrill Tfll'lc Tlw atorr nf a ho whn in f ririinv man cor liiil MATKNIAlrtoman H TfPir - r.earnlnr AND tli tf I wrrel of AIH'LT TOI'K l woiewhut riifnitilffee Mil fur nitwit tunpermicn ordltmHIy und. rafomL Tnlal frm lntnlnirtnit I'qnor hotild he lllf Inw nf errr.r PhrNtlnh' life. Inn It la ti.it n tnncttt In llila Scripalmtl-nen- Scripture n a It awya nothing tetnntife leon, nhellltl Hrmi trnnf ihnl atand on tlio hill call' To the middle one la nail' the Son of (Jod to the nno on ottbor aide h ihlef Tima It must In1 fitr fer'plure can not le broken and It la written. "He wna n ii tn be red " with tlio tnina-HTtar.- AT AUCTION Tuesday, September 2, 191 9 At Preachersville, Lincoln County On main pike pud thoroughfare, 7 miles from Lancaster, 4 miles from Crab Orchard William l liiiii.iiu!i "i H'nsh'ngtiiii 7 miles from Stanford. I I). ('.. lite Ilewlj elect ed director o Two or more tracts may be bought so you can get the size small farm you want. Frontthe National Institution fur Moral In struct Inn. which nrstitnlxntlon I offer age on 2 pikes. 300 yards to splendid graded school, 6 Room Dwelling 2 halls, 3 porches, liia ii 'J0.(KKI nwartl for Hie most sup stock and tobacco barn, cribs, buggy house and all other Splendid store! able method of rlunnrter ediiiiitlon Well watered and good land. Look nt tobacco on the children In public school. Mr. CIhii room and nood business location. biingb ill also serie In the capacity of land and beat it if you can. Easy terms, and will suit you as to possession. Good orchard. controller nnd treasurer of this nation My contract calls for absolute sal without reserve or limit. And everybody knows my task wide smielj. whose and a square deal, and that "I always sell." Is to liirulente ,t morality code in pub- custom of no lic nil oh I education. out-buildinrs i!m Ir Mil .elect mini e deror wa wt' for .leana of Naarcth. It was made for a innr eroaai lint Uint middle and setll-tlo;il- ture. I. Dinlel T'tted (vt. !V7) Pnntcl. wlillp a tender with, wna ' n rni-HtInrn from hom lln rihI fn n fweltnt land in ho trnlmtl fur centre at the royal emirt. In r to lie i'f t It It was lirrruary Hint lu lie lirmight to love lit tin nml nallnn. anil lie ilriaoliwl rfi fgjm li' finc anil Minimi. To iicronipll'h Hit. tliey 1. APiie'nted lilm n daily prnvlv Inn (if tin' king' inrat ami wine (v. ."). TliU n for n twiifnlil MirMiai: (I) To 'n tin1 food will nf.IVniili'l nnd lil. friend.. Kuril recognition would ciicoimiee litem to jrlve thenielvi"i up to llit klng' mtvIcp. (2) To "tipply tlii'tn with fofnl drctncil nultnlile for tliclr pli.vtdciil nml tiit'titnl developTo partake of t It foiMl of. ment. fercd w iigttlnt Hinder religion. 111k cntfelence would lint allow lilm to partake thereof. Doiilitlenn t lit meat anil wine hnd connection with heathen fcaMx. 2. Changed mime (v. 7). The oliji-r- t of till wits to nlilltrrnte national nml religious connection, nmf to Identify tlii'in with the heathen Daniel, which mean "Ootl people. r, la my Judge." una chnnged to meaning Hel' prince; which mi'iina "Tito gift of to Sliiidrucli. inenlilnK liy thv mm cod Itnk; Mlxtinil. Mhltlt in en in "Who Is na Ooi)," to Jlektinrli. incnnliiE who la like tin' ; Arurlah, uhlch moana . "Ji'hovnh la our help." to incnnc tin MTViint of Noro. Ilohlnd thla clinnec of nntnva wna the nttcnipt of Sn tit to Hipp from the mind of tlii'fp younc inon thr nnine of the trup (!od nml to rnup thpm to lop thplr plnce of ni'pnriitlon. II. Daniel Standing the Test (vt. o or-tie- lw ' whoso Milne, Ilarulili. lias been writ I en ilov. n na it part of Holy Scripture. And nnrnhlma la the mime by wlilrli ery rejfior of ("hrtst la known, for It means "win of Ida father." Hon of hla father! Horn but once. Twice dead, therefore, In trespasses and sins ll.irrlilnts la the name of every man v le born iipnln, proclaim not I and tin ni! what ho la as n sinner done. "Ye must be born iikiiIii." Hut Itntahbaa eiipes the cross that hna prepared for lilm nnd nnother llarnlilins. Son of Ida Kather, Only and rocs to thnt enws In bU stead, mid III yours nnd mine. And n legend 1ms It that, lis the darkness catbered round, IlarttbbnH ran to the foot of It nml, Miiltlng Ida breast, orlcd. "Oli. thou Jesua of I know not who thou nrt, but one tliliiR I do know; thou nrt haiiKlna there In my place!" Oh. soul, have you said that to Mini? V-- hi Personal Property to be Sold lin DEMAND ON kitchen furniture. Supreme Council at Paris Sends This will be a"GreatBig " little sale and there will be a crowd and keen bidding for this property. But come as there is bound to be some bargains. Two Notes to Teutons. One Asks Restitution Dc Made to Government for Mines Seized and Exploited. gentle: 5 dandy good year old mules; 4 year steer GERMANY calf; Two extra good ponies, calf; 2 brood mares; 22 mares and mule 1colts; 16 old red cow; 1 1black regis1 registered Jersy Bull feeding hogs; fine tered Jersey cow; 4 calves; 80 bales oats, cutting harrow, pony cart, harness, gear, household and DINNER Nnr.-uretl- i, Helte-idiazznlinn-anln- end-ilps- a Abod-neco- 11 ). Though n captive In a forclcn Innd. t Dnnlfl purpoicd In hla that hp would not (telllp hlmxplf with Hip kliiK'a mcnt and wine. Ilia Iioiiip trnlii-Inwna auch Hint In thla trylnn hour hp had the decision of chnriirtrr to Hp atnnd firm for Ida conviction. olipypd tin1 dictate of hi cotikclpiu'p. While unflinchingly loynl to (tod hp did not losp hi Kentlcmiinly courtevv. He requetiteil to lie tested ten tiny In tho food which the Inw of hi (Jod allowed, iicreelnc to nlilde hy tin' Iiynlty to Oixl mid ciiii'iliMK i" need not Interfere with Eenlleniitnly hehnvlor. III. Daniel's Reward (vv. l.V.'l). nodly 1. I'hyalcnl henlth (v. 15). and teinpernte IlvInK pays. The klnc'a ineitt n nd wine would Imve been very pnlntnMp, hut to hitve piirtiiken would have been a rotnproiidt; with Ida TIip exercise of In thla matter kept Ids conscience pure, and ulo Improved Ida physlcul lienlth. He 2. .Mental cruwth (vv. whh ten time the superior of hln associates. 3. Socially (v. 10). lie stood hforp the klnc. Hp not only wna next to the klnc, hut liecume president of the of wise men. and prime mlnlatcr of the empire, coutluulni; throtielt dynnstle (v. 21). A, Spiritually (v. 17). Clod revealed to him Neliuchadnerznr'a'tlrenm and cave him visions stretcldni; across tint history of tho world. The secret of Daniel's succesa was (1) conscientiousness; (2) loyalty to (Jod j (!l) decision of charactur; nrayerfulucw; (B) diligence; (0) c t. col-leg- e ov-er- Our Heavenly Father. All of heaven nml all of earth cannot cnutnln (hid. There la somethliii: of himself left for tho hearts of men. Just ii u tho water which spills nut of tho full bucket Is as good a any of tho water In the bucket, so that part of (iod which dwells In the heart of men la just a much of Cod it that of himself which dwells In henveii. Living Influence, mull have ctv-etlnd none so ncctiriite-ldwcrlptlve of it us tills; that It Is such a belief of the lllhlo ns mnliitaliiM it llvlnc lutluenco on tho heart and Paris, Aug. 2."i. The supremo council has decided to send two more notes what Is means to "believe on his name." delegation nt Versailles. It Is but sajliiK lipid! with the apostle, to the Cerinan restitution be "The Son of Ood loved .me und gave The tlr.it will nsk that government for made to the Jugo-Slnhimself for me." the Coustollntz mines, seized by Ger- also Hut see the other two crosses. II n limman during the wur and exploited. ine there nre two men sunk far down The second will ncknow lodge n mesIn sin. .ot only condemned by the sage expressing the Intention of the Itoman, Koverninent to die nil Ignogovernment to hand over to minious ilenth because of their crimes, Herman damv but while landing at death's tloorthey the allies documents relntlve to esperevile nnd blaspheme the Lord of life ages done Invaded territories, requisitions. and glory: the thieves nlso which cially those arising from were crucified with lilm enst the same The second note will make It clenr there can bo nn discussion of the In his teeth." treaty of peace with Germuny. Hut n rny of divine light enters the soul of one, nnd by It he Is led to see the glory of thnt Person hnnglng; nt MEXICO TO SEIZE OIL FIELDS his aide. From the depth of his sinful heart there rises a cry, "Lord, re- Carranza to Confiscate Foreign Property, In Spite of Protests Made member me when thou comest In thy kingdom." He hna seen nil the truth! by Many Nations. Has seen that this Is the Washington, Aug. 2.1. Ofllclals here Messiah. Sees that though he Is dying u shameful denth, he must come back are somewhat disturbed. It wns burnagain In his kingdom, nccordlng to nil ed, by an apparent determination on the prophets and innke good the title the part of Carrnnza and hi olllclnl nailed nbove his liend: 'The King of 'idvKers In Mexico City to confiscate the Jews." Hut the Lord Jesus, with- the oil property of foreigners. Includout an upbraiding word, with no sylla- ing Americans, In spite of the protests ble of reproach, without n question or lodged with she Mexican government condition of any kind, goes far beyond hy nil the nations whose nationals have his request, ns He always does, and Investments In Mexico. Two public says: "You tin not have to wait until declarations by Mexlcuns close to I come In my kingdom; I will do better have expressed the Mexican for you." "Verily, I say unto thee, to- president's stand on this matter, which day shalt thou be with me In paradise." public opinion, olllclnl and iniolllcliil Saved! In the twinkling of nn eye! nllke, except Cnrrnnzn. hns declared Saved ! Snntched from the very Jaws to be vital. The opinion of all clnsses of death I A man who Is not tit to live In Mexico, ns reported In the Mexico on earth mnde lit tn be with Christ In City newspapers and transmitted to paradise What n miracle I And he Is the state department, I for n prompt the same wonder-workinSavior to- and correct settlement of the petroday. It hns been said, "There was one leum question, which hns been desuch case thnt none might despair, but clared to be the key to relations beonly one thnt none might presume." tween the I'nlted Stntes nnd Mexico. Let us rather say that here Is u pattern case of salvation, clenrly and ful- PAY TRIBUTE TO THE FRENCH ly revenled, so thnt wherever the story of the cross should be told, this story Officers and Soldiers of First Division of the saved thief must be told In conWho Will Leave for U. S. Soon, nection with It. Say. Farewell to Allies. Look now nt those three crosses. On hangs the saved sinner; on the right 1'urls, Aug. "'. The ofllcers nnd the left the lost one; In the middle the soldiers of the First division of the Savior. This mail on the right has American expeditionary forces, who slu In him still, nnd so tins every saved tiro on the point of embarking for mini. Hut there Is no sin on lilm. Un- home, have sent nn open letter of fareseen hands have lifted tho slu thnt was well to the French soldier. After reon him and have laid It upon the One calling associations of 'J." mouths the who hangs tit his side, and ho dies letter expresses admiration for the beneath tho awful load. This Man on courage and sacrifices of the French tho middle cross has no slu In lilm: troops, and adds: "After America we "holy, harmless, undcllled nnd scparnte love France best of nil." from sinners" must He be to die In your place und mine. Tho SHOOTS WIFE AND KILLS SON In Israel must be without blemish. on tho left lias sin In lilm, This niiiu but alas) It Is still on lilm, and he Fred Billings of Omaha Also Ends That I the faith that save I That Is SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Man W. E. Moss, Adv. Mgr. The The The The S. R. Lancaster, Ky. 500 v Watch but for the dates of my other September Sales Lincoln and Garrard. acres in Mercer, 350 acres in Boyle . 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. 2Garrard County Farms 2 --- At Auction i Cnr-rnnr- .n Wednesday, September 3rd 4 10 o'clock A. M. 1 g 97 1-- 2 Acres for Mrs. Dora Wheeler 45.3 Acres Adjoining ' The BEST LOCATION ever, i y2 miles east of Lancaster, Richmond pike. You have been wanting a farm close to Lancaster. Don't let this opportunity slip. Lancaster, the best town of its size in Central Kentucky. The BEST Graded and High School 3 Banks Churches, splendid residences, electric lights, water works, ice plant, etc., etc., ..hospitable people. The new $75,000.00 tobacco warehouse will afford the BEST tobacco market in Kentucky. The 97'2 acres will be divided and sold in 3 tracts, 2 tracts of about 20 acres each and tract with improvements of about 57 acres. You may buy or 2 or all bungalow and hall, porches, beautiful yard to pike. Five-acr- e stock 3. Five-roowell watered; splendid and tobacco barn. Cistern, all necessary frontage on pike. Land level and partly rolling very fertile. Five acres in tobacco, 30 acres in corn, 4 acre wheat stubble sown to grass, balance in grass. 1 m s; g Possession January 1st, or earlier. Easy Terms Whntever dellultlona of rellKion, I n y llfe.-('e- cll. Result of Christian Temper, I'euce Is the proper result of tho Christian temper. It Is the ureal kind. nesH which our religion doth us, ttmt It brliiKS us to ii suttlednesa of mind, nd a consistency within ourselves. BUhop l'atrlck. dies and goes In hell. Look again This mnu on tho right Is dyiiu; to slu, In tho death of hit Substitute on tho mtddlo cross. That Is what the Lord meant by losing ono's life In order to find It. I must, lit the cross, lose the life with which I was born, tn tlnd there a now life In the Crucified. This Man on the middle cioss Is dying "for" slu. Tho rutin on the left Is tlylng'"ln" sin. Oh, soul, these three little prepositions tell nil the story that our. (jod Is so onger to tell, and that moil ure so slow to hour. Do not die In slu, die to It by receiving ns your personal Savior Hint Illo.sscd One who died for It In your place oneo for nlj, und physical death shall then, at tho very worst of Its doing, but tn;o you to bo with him. 1 Own Life When Spouse Refuses Reconciliation. A lie 23. Fred Obaba. Ills wife In the shoulder, shot and sou, (Inge, und killed hla live-- ) ear-olthen killed himself. Mrs. Hillings will The Millions bad been direcover. vorced and the shooting occurred lifter Mrs. Hill'iiii bad refused Hillings' at n Milling'- - shot The 45.3 acres adjoins with beautiful building site on pike; has crib and brand new tobbaco barn. A lot of virgin blue grass sod just plowed first time this year. Ready to "punch." You will have opportunity to buy the 142.8 acres if you want that much. However, will be sold separately. Don't miss this opportunity. "ALWAYS SELL," and I always offer something good. These farms will appeal to you. Look before day of Sale. The more you look, the higher you will bid. This land is up for the "high dollar." Write us or call us by phone, between 6 and 7 o'clock a.m. Phone 74 or 384. 1 1 WANTS PEACE PACT CHANGED Roumanls's Slonature to Treaty With Austria Still Depends on Modification Clauses. SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Man ' Parts. Auk. 23. Itouuiiinla's signature to tlw treaty offence with Austria still depends upon nindiflciitlons of the (Iuimuw relating to guaranties Tho Bock. tu tnlnoiii:.' .icconliiig to Information Tho word "bible" ineuus "tho book." frfiMn ii'ihorltHlhu Ituuuiiuiliiu "There Is hut one book." Scott. .iiurces. W. E. Moss, Adv. Mgr. Lancaster, Ky. I Page Eight THE CITIZEN Hart's Settlemont Hart's Settlement, Aug. 23, Tho Teachers' Institute convened at Richmond last week witl Professor Coals as Instructor. Mrs. .Minnie Lake Oadd, from this part attended the entire week. All I lie addresses very much. Rev. Lewis Van Winkle Is holding a series of meetings at Silver Creek at present Mrs. Jess Collins, of Ravenna, Estill county, visited relatives near Horoa, Thursday and Friday. Miss Kale S. Lake spent Wednesday with Miss Olenna Lake We are wishing for I he rolurn of Mr. and Mrs. Asher SI rung. Wo wish lliein a lovely trip. Messrs. C. J. ami W. H. Lake visited their brothers, Sunday. O. M. Payne, of Dispulanla. while on his way lo Heron Mopped olf to visit his falher-in-laJ. W. Lake, Saturday. Clinton Powell, of Kirksvillc, is mak-a- n extended visit with Julian Coyle. Wilson Van Winkle and children spent Sunday with Jay Hird Coyle. Mrs. Ella Ely L. Anderson spent Saturday nnd Sunday at Mrs. George Anderson's. Miss Sarah Hurncll, of Glades, spent Saturday and Sunday at .Mrs. Pauline .McQueen's. We are proud lo call to mind our snappy newspaper called "Citizen. ed w. Annual and slslers who hnvo gone on Sho has been sick ever sinco her son, F. W. Azhlll, died at Camp Taylor, Oclober IB, 1018. Ten inniillis of suffering and heartache God's will bo done. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Boone Hoone. Aug. M, Several from bo-fo- re. 1!H, IlllD. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No rorrrfponrfrnre publlthni unl- ilffnni In full bj the writer. The name plalnljr. It not for publication, but n etlilf nee of good faith. Write MADISON COUNTY Panola M. Atlon I'unoln. Aiitf. 23. Ogg. wlfo ami litlln Nnncy, of Monitor, V. Vn., Mr. anil Mrs. L. It Hurt nntl KHniliolli Opu, of Horoa, spool Tuesday with their undo and aunt. Mr. anil Mrs. G. M. Itnwllngs. Hrby Hlrkurll and family spont Tuosdny witli Mr. anil Mrs. Ilollic Oo.w The little infant of Mr. and Mrs. CImrlit' Cox, of Franklin. 0, died Friday and was liuried in the Hardin Cox grave yard, near here. The Iwvnvml parents have Ihc Mr. and the cotninunily. Mrs. Elby llicliardson and family spent lh day reeently with the faintly of Nathaniel Colo They also spoilt tho week end with tho family of Minus French, near Richmond. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Wal-lac- o Mrs. Georgnim French. Chrisman and Dora Carroll of Vogel wore in town Saturday. Minerva and Myrtle Kindred spent Saturday afternoon very pleasantly with Mrs. C. M. Hauling. Mr. and Mrs. Oc. Carr arc visiting relatives Ralph Cox was in Hamilton. 0. the guest of Guy Patrick Sunday. Giles Hunter of Vogel spent Sundav Andy Isaacs with C. 31. llawlings. of Jackson county has purchased a tract of land adjaeent to and including the old Simp Carr tract, supposed lo be something over 100 acres, for $3,000. This tract adjoins Jhti Drowning Creek Fruit Farm. 3lrs. Oc Carr has sold a farm to Wade Richardson for $1,000. Blue Lick Hltie Lick, Aug. 25. Notwithstanding the unfavorable conditions during the early season the tobacco crop of this section has not in many years been so encouraging as at the present. The late rains have developed wonders in rapid growth and early maturity. T. .1. Flanery went to Owsley coflnty last week to disinter the remains of 3Irs. Lucinda S'earcy, his mother-in-lawho died at his home in Owsley, July 17, 1902, and bring them 'to Richmond Cemetery, where her husband was buried. This was her dying request, sym-liailiy'- of w, not be complied with until decomposition of tho body permitted transportation on the railGeorge Tlnsley of .Mrs. roads. Lexington and her sister. Miss Lelia Flanery, of Hattlo Creek, .Mich-- , vis-ilat the home of T. J. Flanery, Arch their unele. lust week. Flanery who has been visiting lnuiiefolks will return lo Hattlo Creek, .Mich., to resume bis duties as teacher in Physical Training. He will be accompanied by Elmo Flanery, stopping at Sharonvillc and Middletown, 0, to visit relaThe homo canning industives. try among Hie housewives of this section is in full blast corn, boans, tomatoes, and boots are being successfully stored for winter consumpA very successful revival tion. just closed at Pilot Knob church with twenty or more additions, also one at Silver Creek, consequently Hie attendance at Hlue Lick Jias been very slim as all interest has OWSLEY COUNTY been concentrated in the revival Island City meetings. And now we are just Island City, Aug. 18. We are havwondering why we cannot have a ing some ery refreshing showers at revival and arouse the dormant present, which are making corn sleepers of this section? crops much better in our vicinity. Coyle A message came over the wire reCoyle, Aug. 20. 31 r. and Mrs. Tiff cently for the drillers on Mr. Glnssip, of Red Lick, visited his land to stop at the cap rock, brother, John Glossip, Saturday but the drill struck so as to cause night and Sunday. Steve Hates and the oil to ooze thru and the reports family, of .Mississippi, are visiting are they struck oil; it is also re his parents, 3Ir. ami .Mrs. Will ported the strongest gas well that Hates. .Mr. and .Mrs. Wilbur Herly has ever been struck in Owsley returned lo their home in Cleveland, County was struck near Travellers Ohio, 3Ionday. 3Ir. and .Mrs. Horace Rest, on the Lynch farm, not many Cox are all smiles over tho arrival days ago. Old lady Gentry is not of a fine girl, tho 25th T. C. Glosto live many days seems lo sip was the guest of .Mr. and .Mrs. be getting weaker every day and Albert Powell of Rogersville, Sun- fails to eat. Daniel Howman, who day afternoon. Elgie Lake and was reported ill in the last issue, family spent Saturday night with departed this life, August Hb, and his parents, 3Ir. and .Mrs. Robert was conveyed to the Holcomb CemLake. Revival meeting began at etery, for interment. Services were Vineys Fork last night. Everybody held over his remains, by the Revs. is cordially invited to come. Little George Davis and John Holcomb at Cecil Hishop got kicked by his pony tho Union Church house. After the last Friday. He is getting along services his body was taken to the nicely. Jessie Glossip, who has place prepared and quitely laid to been sick for some time, is slowly rest by the sido of his companion. improving. Success to The Citizen Daniel Howman was a good citizen and its many readers. lived several years in the town of hut could ed Size-mor- Re leaves live brothers, two sisters, and n host of friends lo mourn his death. Tho report Is that a man by (he name of Honsloy was killed on Craiu Creek, in Clay County, one day of this week. Ho was ritllng along with his wife; feeling lo be in danger, he told his wife lo ride In front, as she might gel shot. She just got in front when the fatal shot penetrated his breast, the bullet supposing to pass thru Ihe hearl. M. L. Gentry, of Fincas-tl- e, is by the bedside of his mother at prosonl. The Teachers' Institute met at Hoonevillo this week, which was well represented. The Graded School is progressing nicely at Island City, with John Turner and wife as teachers. John Chadwell haj relurned from overseas and seems to he enjoying himself with his old associates jigain. William Cliadwe'l is teaching school this year nt Walnut Grove schoolhouse. The Southerners are in session expecting a Ion days' drive as il is tho last round for Hrnthcr Young. II is also the old baptist time at Providence. I). U. Polers is preparing lo lake his family to Ihe Slate of Mississippi. James Peters and others are making arrangements Ij movo lo Indiana. Wo are sorry (n see our good neighbors leave. Several of Ihe hoys from Green Hall were attending church at Island City, Saturday night and Sunday. Those present, .Messrs. Charley Gab bard, Ruben Hughes, and Grem I'lannery. Dr. .Morris was called lo see Mrs. Rebecca Gentrythis weok. Dr. Hornsby was called in to see Floyd Gentry. The sick folks are better at Mr. Gentry's. R. J. Howman is prepared to tlx your watches. Call on him at Island City. Korea. Pleasant Flat and others were In town today making o few deals In oil and real estate. WILL GIVE RIGHTS TO CHINA Senate Committee Want Qerman Prlv. Ilege Given Daek to the Peking Government. WnMilngton. Aug. ".V-ll- r n vote of the dermic foreign relnllotn committee ndnpted it tl iiliietiilincut lo the pence treaty by wlilrti German right In lite Sttnntinig province, Clilun, would go to China IiiMviiiI of Jnpiili. All lite Democratic member nnd oenntnr MeCutiilicr (Hep., X. D.) voted n cnltv.it Ctui IrimiM l.dK of. Hie nmetiiliiieiil. fered Hie itmetiiltnetit under which the word Jupnii would lie Mrlrken from Ihe Shnntntig oecllonn of the tronlr nnd the word "C'htnn" substituted. The committee tilo Instructed Ctinlrinnn Lodge to rcinieM President WIIhoii to Mild the Fennto Hie treaty between Hie rolled Stnte nnd I'olimd signed June 38 nt Vectillles. mid Hiirli Informix Hon ns lie 1ms roimrdltu; Hie treaties limv under tiegotlntlmi with Austria, Ittilgnrlii nnd Turkey. Without Inking up any other proposed iiiiieiidinenlH to the trcMty with Germany the committee P to 8 here attended Ihe Hrodheail Fair. There is a revival meeting going on at Clear Creek, conducted by the Rev. Ponder. Miss Lucy Hnldon and daughter, .Susie, have returned home, after a delightful visit with friends and relatives. Jack Wood lias relurned from overseas. Several from here attended Ihe holiness meeting on Hrlntlle Ridge, Sunday. The bm supper which was given nt Ihe Haptist Church Saturday night was a success; Uie proceeds estimated nt llfly-llv- o dollars, which will go for Ihe benollt of the church. Mis. Nancy Grnnt has returned from an extended visit In Middletown, 0. LEE COUNTY adjourned. Beattyvllle Heallyville, Aug. 2,1. Since the recent rains the crops are looking BREAK UP HAMMOND PARADE line in litis county. There seems Troops Dliperae Crowd Following 10 be a great abundance of melons Matt Meeting 1,000 In Line-- City throughout the county. Mrs. C. 0. Again Quiet. Davis, who has been visiting relatives in this county for the last Ilnmoml, lud., Aug. i!.. Stnto month, left here Saturday for her troops d'sperMil n moh which attempthome in Louisville. Albert Lucas ed to pontile pat title plnnt of the and Troy Marshall passed through Stnndiird Steel Car rompniiy here, tiro here Saturday enrouto from the oil whoso employee Hint on strike. oMliuuted there wore 1.000 Holds lo their home at Primrose. men In the piirnde which followed n They report business booming in the liinss meeting. The tool, muttered 011 Holds. The Lee Fiscal Court when approached by the troops. The was in session Saturday, having the disorder was Hie llrst Hint tins oc county jail repaired and looking ourred tdnce Hie nrrlvitl of ten mllltln after some road and bridge repairs. companies'. The city Is unlet ngitlti. 11. .Smith, ndjuuint general of OBITUARY Miss .Mary Ann Tlinmas of Pino Hurry Indltimi, Mild he hud been fissured by Grove- was in town Saturday on Housley Fork. August 2t. olllcerx of the 'nr lompiiiiy that no Mrs. Jennie Azbill, much loved business. Hohbs William of .trlke brenkers would be .umorted. and respected by all who know her, passetl nway at her daughter's homo on Housley Fork, August 18, 1010. Aunt Jennie was born October 18, 1818, 'and has been a faithful friend and neighbor never too sick or tired to go ami do for the sick and suffering. She was a member of the Haptist Church at Kirby Knob. She leaves a husband and six chilReturns to its before-the-wdren, besides a host of friends to high standard of quality mourn for her. Her remains were laid (o rest in the Kirby Knob Cemetery. She has gone on to meet with her three children and a mother and father and brothers OMI-ce- No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour ar Once Tried Always Used PUBLIC SALE Of 573 Acres of Blue Grass Land Every Foot of which will Produce Tobacco! Tuesday, September 2, 1919 At 10 o'clock a.m. on the Premises ! I. will offer for sale publicly, for Mrs. Mary Harris Clay, of Bourbon County, her farm, situated about 6 miles south of Richmond, at Harris Flats, on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, and on the Menalaus Pike, in Madison County, Kentucky. This is a part of the famous "Blythewood" farm, which was owned and operated by the late Major John D. Harris. This farm is well known all over Kentucky, and everyone who knows it is of the opinion that THERE IS NO BETTER LAND IN THE WORLD All of the farm except 90 acres is now in grass and has been for a number of EVERY ACRE WILL PRODUCE THE FINEST GRADE OF TOBACCO! years. The grass is of the finest quality and never fails to produce a grade of cattle which is unsurpassed in the bluegrass region. The Whole Farm is Now Ready for the Production of Tobacco, Corn, Hemp, Wheat, In fact, anything that a farm in this climate can produce! This land will be sold in tracts as follows: . KT Situated on the east of the Menalaus Pike, no improvements except good stock scales and lot; a good pond fed by an HP everlasting spring. All in BLUEGRASS and has been for a number of years. Bounded by the L. & N. Railroad on the north and the Menalaus Pike on the West, containing 142.62 acres. Situated on the west side of the Menalaus Pike and fronting on the L. & N. Railroad on the east. On this tract is a HT M 1NO. four room cottage and two tenant houses and the LARGEST TOBACCO BARN IN MADISON COUNTY. This barn will hold 30 acres of tobacco. This tract is watered by a large concrete tank, fqd by a spring, and this land is all in BLUEGRASS except about 70 or 75 acres which is in corn or tobacco. This tract contains 200 and a fraction acres. . XT Adjoins tract number 2 on the south and contains 229.87 acres of land. This tract is all in grass except 15 acres and np 1 O. every foot of it is ready for tobacco. This tract is watered by a large concrete tank fed by an everlasting spring, ancl also the south line of the tract is Silver Creek. All of the above tracts front on the Menalaus Pike and have good building sites on them. It is very seldom that you have an opportunity to purchase land as in a high a state of cultivation as all of these lands. In fact, THERE IS NO FARM IN MADISON COUNTY IN AS HIGH A STATE OF CULTIVATION AS THE ABOVE LANDS! THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY! DON'T FORGET THE DATETUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1919, AT 10 A. M. iraCC llO. 1. I raCt 1 Z. o raCL llO. Terms will be made known day of sale, and will be liberal. Mr. T. J. Curtis or the undersigned will take pleasure in showing you this farm. BOLIVAR BOND Auctioneer L. P. EVANS, Real Estate RICHMOND KY.