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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): September 4, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 cit1919090401_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): September 4, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. BEREA KnltrtH at ( tin naii-mnllr- PUBLISHING CO. (INCORPORATED) WM. G. FROST, lklofftr at lltrtn. Ky At fra4 tirnlrr Atl afMartk, HTt. 1MiW Krtrv Thwr$Jtnt lUtm, K. Vol. XXI. Five Cents Per Copy. "Devoted to th.e Interests of ttie NEWEST AMERICAN I . The Citizen lo-ULn.ta.i- n People Knowledge is Power and the way lo keep up with modern Knowledge Is to read a rood Newspaper. HEIIKA. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, SEPTEM HER , 1019, Out- - Dollar and Fifty Cents Per Year No. 10. The Best Gift to Your Child Why, it is education! You wish your child to be developed, to be drawn out. You wish to see how much of a person your son or daughter can be. Then give that child an education. The education is something that cannot be lost or stolen. And the education will enable the boy or girl to get for themselves the property and other things they need. The best gift to your child is education. GUN MOUNT A SUCCESS I GARY REFUSES TO World News Away From Home to School Bcrea in a few days. And what a glad flutter there is over all the preparations! It will make us realize how dear home is to be away from home. But the soldiers had to leave home and home-lanAnd every one who goes west has to leave his old home. The student who goes only for a little while let him go with joy and gratitude for the chance. Even on the way you will begin to get acquainted with others who are going to lierea just the kind of young people you will be proud to know. Only the other day we were talking with two very successful men, one in business, one in politics and public improvements, both of whom said that their greatest help in life had been the friendships that they formed at school. At school they met the people whom they could enjoy and get good from. And when school was over they had friends in many rounties and in several states. d. The new German Republic has selected a former member of the DEAL WITH UNIONS embassy al Washington t lie the llrst minister of that new republic to the United States. The appointee, Von Haimhaiiscr, was associ-al- ed with Von HernslorIT and is not in favor in the U. S'. It Is doubtTells Labor Leaders That Steel ful whether lie will bo received if Mills Will Remain Open. sent, so strong is the feeling against nny member of the old regime. MEN MAY APPEAL TO WILSON Hundreds of young people are planning to start to Chairman of Board of Steel Corpora-tloNotifies Committee of Amerl. can Federation That He Insists Upon Open Shop. n I 1 1 11 11 1 IIII II Ml! I I I I III 1 II 1 1 I I I I 1 11 1 1 II III 1 1 I I 11 I 11 I 1 IIiiH ITTTTI 1 j The ncwcM pin mount of the United States military forces was com- pleted Just lifter the armistice was signed nnd tins Just pnsscd Its nfllclnl test with llylnic color. It Ih a railroad mount, designed by thn nnvy department gun, which wns used so effectively on land mounts In for the navy's 1 France. The new mount penults tho gun to be fired In any direction from nny Rood railroad truck, whereat) the guns used jln the war had to be mounted : In pits. . Kentucky News i U. S. News New York, Aiig. 2S. Klbert II. (lary, chairman of the board of the United States Steel corporation, made public n communication sent by him to a committee of the American Federation of Labor, which Is organizing workers In the Iron and steel Industry, asserting that his corporation would decline to discuss business relations with trades unions os such. Sir. Gary's letter was addressed to John Fltzpatrlck, chairman If the committee, nnd his assistants In reply to n request for un Interview to discuss hours of labor, working conditions nnd uulnn recognition. It said: "Wf dp not think you nrc authorized to represent the sentiment of a majority of the employees of the United States Steol corporation and Its subsidiaries. We express no opinion concerning nny other members of the Iron und steel Industry. "As heretofore publicly stated and repeated, our corporation nnd subsidiaries, although they do not combat lubor unions as such, decline to discuss business with them. The corporation and subsidiaries are opposed to the closed shop. "They stand for the open shop, which permits one to engage In nny fine of employment whether one does or does not belong to a labor union. This best promotes tho welfare of both employees and employers. "In view of the attitude, ns ubove expressed, wo respectfully decline to discuss with you, ns representatives of labor unions, uny mat te'rs relating to employees. In doing so, no irsoniil discourtesy Is Intended. "Btwt Interests at Heart." "Ir. all decisions and acts of the corporation and subsidiaries pertaining to employees and employment, their Interests are of highest Importance. In wage rates, living and working conditions, conservation of life and health, care and comfort In time of sickness or old age, and providing facilities for the general welfare and happiness of the employees and their families, the corporation and subsidiaries have endeavored to occupy a leui'hig and advanced position among employers. "It will he the object of the corporation and subsidiaries to give such consideration to employees ns to show them their loyal and efficient service In the past Is appreciated, and they may expect la the future fair treatment." Mr. Gary's letter was In reply to the following communication from the well-know- n The death of General llotlia, or South Africa, removes n man of much influence among the Knglish colonies of thai section. A leader of the Dutch forces against the Knglish in the Hoer War; after his country came under the control of F.uglanil, ho became a loyal subject of that government and during the repent war was a defender of interests against the Germans in South Africa. Kng-land's The Monroe Doctrine Extended The League of Nations really extends the Monroe Doctrine to the rest of the world. The Monroe Doctrine protects weaker American States from aggressions from Europe. The League of Nations will protect all weaker states from aggressions from all quarters! It is time to have the League of Nations adopted. We shall not admire the Senators who continue to oppose. Here is the chance to make one of the greatest forward steps in the progress of humanity. Of course we cannot enter a League and receive its benefits without assuming But these are obligations which we some obligations. owe any way. The League makes these obligations definite and mutual. There is no more need to settle international differences by war than to settle neighborhood But there must be. an established UUflerences by tmaclnne for the maintenance of peace among neigh-hnr- s and among nations. Any machine will need repair We have a pretty good machine now and improvement. proposed. It is infinitely better than what we have had. We are not likely to improve it, and we may lose it altogether, by delay. Senators, give the world your votes. fist-fight- s. Fall Term, September 17 Convocations of College Workers, September, Students should Register the 16th Tin' largest opening Hcrca lias ever seen i in prospect for tins Full. In .some department all Ilia rooms tir already engaged. 'I'll important now workers who are beginning to appear in town indicate great improvement in Hie working force, while lhe ri'lliril ol those who have served their country nliroail a great feature of the opening year All workers of the Institution are i 11-1- 4 In he in llerca before noon of Sop-letuh- er II. and that day begin the series of convocations in preparation for the new year. Then! will ho .social gatherings for acquaintance, business meetings, and a number of religious addrcsse-- . by Prof Johns-Io- n Ross, of New York, whose wonderful sermons some years ago are remembered as the most inspirational ever heard in Ilerea. Flu Serum Just Received Food Prices Colbps?. The llu serum is now in the hands Chicago. !' Muffs of all kinds of the county health olllccr for dis- continued lo ell on a down ward scale. tribution. Any doctor in the. county Live fiogs sold as low as ?l l..7l u hun can gel same by calling at thu olllce dred QhiiiiiiIs early In the buying, and of Dr. J. G. lioslcy, Richmond. lack. of buyers for thousands of hogs on tlie market made further declines An exhibit of traveling libraries almost certain. All grade have show.i and books of agriculture, of partlcu a drop of approximately .'l cents a beginning pound since lar interest to farmers will bo mado .sltitni';. Cattle the began nearof the sales $10.75 at the Kentucky State. Fair by tho a hundred, an average of J1.50 below Kentucky Library Commission. Tho prices at the close of lust week's tradexhibit will be in charge of Miss ing. I Fannie Itawson, secretary of tho commission, and her assistant, Miss Taxation Blunder Revealed. Until Drown. Columbus, a discovery It was made certain that a .serious blunder was made in the Semite clerk' Disturbs Religious Worship A warrant was sworn out in tho olllce In drafting the proposed amendMadison Quarterly Court, by Eugeno ment for classification of property for I, tiiMjUoii, and amendment is to McCutldv c barging-- . , .llackwoc .1'nlttW-fVrl.r-tn-tt.e-voteri.-- of with disturbing religious worship Ohio a special session of the General by going to (he McCord school house Assembly must be conducted to the amendment o that It may be in the county, where a Sunday school was in progress and acting submitted properl. in such a way that the school had Food Records of Cleveland Seized. lo be dismissed by the superintend Cleveland, O. Hooks and records fill. of the A. C. Itlalr Co. and the ltlgalow Fruit Co. were seized hj AssiMiiut To Urge State Suffrage ul County Prosecutors, deputized as A delegation of women will go deputies, following the company' before the Committee on Resolutions alleged refusal to turn the record by the special at the Democratic State Convention over for Inspection grand Jury. Three oillelals of .lie in Louisville this week with the ltigalow Co. are request that the Democratic party the grand Jurj. under Indictment b Deciphering of telein Kentucky stand by tho pledge of grams, alleged to have been used to tlx the Democratic parly made at the prices on meats, was in progress when national convention by the Ken- the deputies rushed in automobiles to tucky Legislature. United States the olhces of the fruit companies. Senator J. C. W. lleckhain is said to lie the choice of Governor James D, U. S. AVITA0RS ARE FOUND Hlack for Chairman of the Committee on Resolutions. Senator Heckhain Colonel Baranco, Mexican Officer, Reports Two Yank Airmen Alive voted, against the adoption of the In Lower California. committee: woman stilfrage amendment. "During a general campaign spi-cl- While the U. S. Senate is delaying the ratification of the Peace Treaty it has been passed by the Parliament of England and recently by Hie French Legislative Assembly. There was some debate and criticism of special articles, but none of the animosity that actuates the situation in our own country, where parly spirit makes Iho passage mora dilllcult. Tho French have a way of expressing dissent from certain clauses by passing what they call "regrets," which resemble somewhat interpretations or protests with us. ' ' II is reported tive parly of Germany has adopted Von Hindenburg as its candidate for president of Iho republic, when an that the J conserva- present incumbent Ebert. There is little doubt of his popularity among the list of old leaders, but Germany will not be likely to come again un- election lakes place, to succeed the der the control of the militaristic class, in spite of reports and opinions to the contrary. A good deal of criticism has accompanied tho sending 'of Amcricanr5W5$jjf$;.' troops into Silesia to protect tho mines and other forms of properly. It has evidently been done and by order of tho Council of tho Allies. Conservative American opinion objects to such action on the ground of making war without act of Congress. It should bo remembered wo aro still nt war and troops may lie moved where they are most needed, by authority of the Allied Supremo command. HUMAN NATURE THE WORLD OVER Whenever plans for a new road are announced, it is human nature for those who live .dug thu way, cither to bring ri .Sure to bear to have the thoroiifs.ifarc constructed ill front of Ihoir door, or else to force the Highway Department to make detours lo save culling thru a piece of property. Purhnps no single feature of road CONTENTS PAGE 1. editorials: Tho Host Gift lo Your Child; Away from Homo lo School; The Monroe Doctrine lixtunded. World, U. S., Statu News. PAGE 2. Laughter nnd Statesman ship at Hltio Ilidge. Crime Ho duced by Eliminating Saloons. General Nows. rinl PAGE Story. PAGE 4. Locals and Advertising. PAGE 5. Welch-Woo- d Wedding Dr. Iloborts Leaves Heron. Im- portant Committee Meetings. PAGE C Farm and Homo Depart- ments. PAGE 7,Sunday School Lesson. Advertising. Nows Sermon. PAGE 8 Eastern Kentucky uud Advertising. Tho Kentucky High Cost of Living work has caused the State Highway Commission fixed Iho fair prico of Department as much (rouble as bread, "Id ounco loaf," at nino cents those two problems, that of wanting for Louisville and other Kentucky the highway to "pass along my cities. Many retailers, Iho commisdoor" and that of securing adequate sion says, has been charging 10, 11 rights of way properly located. and 12 cents for broad woighing 13 Such a policy always reacts (and it ounces to tho loaf. In Now against the owner in the long run, York City, the commission points since the more direct the road and out, tho ovorhcad oxponses is greatthe belter located, tho greater tho er nnd tho problem of distribution travel will he and less tho cost or enter, but bread weighing 10 ouncos maintenance. 11 follows, thai in- soils for 9 cents thcro. Tho com creased properly values will more mission announces that it now prothan offset concessions made to tho poses to turn its attention lo profit- ORDER TROOPS TO SILESIA state. eering restaurants and cafes. Two Regiments, Fifth and Fiftieth, to Unfortunately we are not all fully Go to Heart of European Trou. educated lo a proper understanding Merchants' Conference ble Zone. of this phao of road work yet, and, An important conference of the as many of our State Laws do not retail merchant of Kentucky, rep. Cohlenz. Aug. 27. Tho Fifth and give the highway commissioner full resenting every lino of business, Fiftieth United States Infantry which are now In tho United authority, our main roads are usu- will bo held at tho State Fair on ally as full of kinks a9 a picka- Thursday. September lith, and from States, have been ordered to Silesia. They will come direct to Cobleuz to be ninny's hair. Iho information at present availa equipped across before proceeding Not only does it impair the use- ble, it will bo a largely attended Germany, according to word received fulness of tho road, but it adds con gathering. Tho purpose of tho at headquarters tiere. It Is expected siderable lo tho factor of danger, meeting Is for the discussion of tho tho two regiments will remain In the for frequent abrupt curves are mado vital nnd urgent problems of re- Cohlenz region for at least a month necessary by theso detours. construction ns thoy are appearing before leaving for Silesia. Tho equipNebraska Monthly Highway Report larger and inoro important day by ment to tie given them will Include field nnd hospital outfits und two day, and it is announced that months' rations. RED CROSS COURSES spcakors will bo on hand to discuss the various questions nt iss- -- ind TWO AVIATORS ARE KILLED Special chanco for Home Service olfer valuablo suggestions. Talks Training on improving methods of merchan- Lieutenant Melsenhelmer and Sergeant dising, credit systems, etc., aro also Ice Meet Death In Fall at The Red Cross is establishing a on the program. Scott Field. Special Training Course at Herca, in charge of Prof. G. K. King, which Scott Field, Hellevllle. 111., Aug. 27. Judges Played Safe. plungo to eurth after In un 1,500-foowill give speedy and elllcient trainCedar Fulls. la. Haby-shojudgci airplane had gone Into a tall ing for Social Service in Rural Comhero showed rare tulent for thu Job their munities. The call for such work-er- a, They awarded every contestant i npln, Lieut. Floyd H. Melsenholraer, und Sergt. Harold Ice, a like "county demonstrators," is prize. "No Irutu mothers for us," the; Detroit, of Iowa, were killed J.here. rrddeut said In uulson. very urgent. (CoaUaoia o rigs Two) j j mes-sagregl-meat- s, t, Centro, Cal.. Aug. 17. Col. Hip- ollto Itarnnco reported that Captain TruJIIIo of his forces had found the missing American aviators, I.leuts. F. It. Watcrhousc and C. II. Connelly. both alive, between OJas Negras ami Calle do la Trinidad, In Lower California. Tho message from Captain TruJIIIo In the field brought no details. Colonel Harttnca placed full credence In the report. The locality named Is In an almost Inaccessible country. The snld nothing of finding the airplane used by the airmen. HI o of organization and education conducted under tho auspices of the American Federation of Labor, many thousands of men employed In the Iron and steel Indrstry made application and were enrolled as members of the various organizations to which they were ns- signed. "This work has been carried on to a point where we feel Justified In stnt-In- g to you that we represent the sentiment of a vast majority of the employees of this Industry and acting In behalf of them we solicit of you that a hearing be given to the undersigned committee who have been selected by the duly accredited representatives of the employees to place before you matters that are of vital concern to them and concerning hours of labor, wages, working conditions and the right of collective bargaining. Conference Was Refused. "The committee called at your e nt 3 p. m. Tuesday, August 20. and requested a conference. We were advised by your messenger that you wished to be excused from a personal Interview at this time and requested us to have our business In writing and whatever matters we wish to submit would bo taken up by yourself and yom colleagues nnd given consideration. "Therefore, we ure submitting, In brief, tho principal subjects that we desire to have a conference on. The committee lias an Important meeting In another city on Thursday next, and will leave New Vork at five o'clock on August 27, HHP. May we respectfully request that your answer he sent before that time to John Fltzpatrlck, Continental hotel, llroadway street, New Vork city." ami Forty-firs- t Heforo receiving the reply of Mr. Oury, members of tho commltteo Intimated that they would make un appeal to President Wilson If they fulled to get a hearing from officials of the Steel corporation. The British Government has recently made the forecast that emigration to the United Slates will be very heavy, as soon as opportunity makes it possible. She urges the U. S. lo prepare for this. For some time there has been a larger emigration from the United States than immigration into the country, and there has been much doubt about tho movement after the war was fully over. ' The publicity which has been given to Japan's treatment of Korea seems to have had somo elTect at least. The prime minister, in a recent announcement, said that for tho future Korea was to bo treated the same as Japan. It is not clear Just what is meant, but it apparently gives a degree of independence under the same ruler. The arrangement falls short of the desiro of the Koreans, which asks nothing less than complete independence. We are receiving a visit from President King of tho Republic of Liberia, in Africa. This littlu slate has attracted notice because it was for many years believed that it would be a kind of Jerusalem for Iho colored race. Vory few have actually loft tho U. S. lo return to Africa, and this little stato has had a rather troublesome time of it. especially becauso of tho plots of commercial interests. Tho President is asking financial aid for Iho internal improvement of his stale. Tho Allies aro feeling somewhat annoyed becauso of tho relations of Austria with Germany. Tho treaty aims to keep them apart, but the now German Constitution is worded so that it inoludcs all of German blond, and tho population of Austria Is given representation by delegates without vote. It is apparent that union is the only ultimate end toward which such a relation tends, and that would strengthen Germany. 1 V I'ngr Two. SIR WILLIAM TYRRELL THE CITIZEN September AMERICA I, 1010. WILSON MAKES PA! WHERE GERMAN DUCHESS IS EXILED T - IS WARNED BRIG. GEN. HERBERT M. LORD BY RUSSIAN SOCIALIST OFFERJQSHOPMEN Compromise Proposal Made Attempt to Avert Strike. BOOST IS In Former Moscow Labor Leader Says Worklngmen Drought to Ruin by Bolshevism. Washington, Aug. 2. Ofilclal ml vices here Mute that tho Russian so. clnllst, revolutionary and member of the second duma, O. A. Alexlnsky, who tecenlly escaped from Itussln after ten months' Imprisonment at ' the hands of the holshevlkl, has writ ten it description of tho present situ ntlon In ltussln. "According to this Information." tho report says, "In spite of the terrible conditions of life ntid tho fact that the holshevlst spying system Is quite ' as well organised as whs that of the ( old regime, a great deal of cryptic nc tlvlty Is going on In ntitlhoIhevlst ) circles. "At present three considerable or ganlsntlons lone united against tho bolshevlsls. namely, the of Russia's Regeneration, the Nntlonnl Center mid the Committee of Public 'A 1. i ii ictiiir ' Men. ii These represent all the group of llniilire In (be war ili'piirtitient. Is from Oetohftlsls to social revolution one of file few otiteers of Ids rnk to nrles. Inclusive. "Alexlnsky Is deputed to represent receive a iterotaiicnt cominlssloti eor these united organisation. and he resNimlln to his teintmrnrr rank. Me servlcu stntes that tltMr olley Is to support Mas awarded the Ills enterprise ami general Admiral KoUlink. with whom they are mlel In regular eoinmunlenlloii through thoiiRhtfuliiess In his work earned for couriers. Tlny have only one point him the nffet iloiuile tlfle of the "L'liclo In view: that tlioe who are not wltli Sam of the Armv." Knlcbak are wltli I.otilne. "The economical measures of the holshevlat government have complete- BOLSHEVIKI ARE PUT TO ly ruined the larger Industries, and opROUT ON WHOLE FRONT erations have ceased at most of tin mills. There are now only 2.tM).nuo Crushing Defeat, Which May End War workmen left out of lo.ooo.ooo. Two This Year, Administered to third of the Industrial proletariat of the Red Forces. Petrograd have disappeared. In tht "Hotlc policy of the Itussia n Copenhagen. Aug. UL Tho Polish Is destroying the labor bolsheviks army has admlulsterisl a crushing de'""veinent. . . . . . . , feat of the boMievikl In the uHghlior-hooof Dubno. the Polish general staff im,;,rtIint .c. jt,,,. 3 tnnnnttni lin ni Warw aiinonnres. tion or the general labor confedera The soviet forces are In retreat Hon." with the Polish army In f e OFFERED President Issues Statement to Public Expressing His Views on Country's Labor Situation for First Time Asks fcr Truce. I Washington, Aug. 20. President Wilson submitted to representatives ol the six nillronil shop crafts n proposn to pay shopnien about four cents, an hour Increase, on a bnsls of pur for eight hours' work, retroactive to May 1. The president tohl the comnilttee of Sir I I I' I IH ill ,. Ul sec lLrt) representing the shop crafts that any greater Inrrensc now would great' rctary to Viscount (irey. the new ly Increase the cost of living and thereto the fttltt.fi States. fore was Inadvisable. Certain classes of shopmen, repair-tne- n and cur Inspectors, who have hecn GOVERNMENT CAMreceiving CI cents and ftS cents, respectively, would he paid 07 cents an hour under the proposed scnle.v PAIGN TO The shopmen's representatives told the president they would submit the The ex duchess of I lessen will lieticeforlh make the castle of Tarap, In COST OF LIVING proposition to their members, whose the lower F.ngailtne. Switzerland, her permanent residence. The castle wns original demand? were for nn advance left to the duke of llcssen by the former proprietor. of 2."i per cent. The president requested thnt the OPTIMISM REIGNS IN CAPITAL men not act on the original proposl-- 1 Hon to have a congressional AFTER COVERNORS PROMISE commit-tee pas on the wage demands. A' AID IN FOOD FIGHT. vote of the shopnien on this proposition John r. Smith is now vliis tubulated. n rnnpes. Tile llirrinisn retimsenf l.veryoiio who usits IIluo Ridge. Put Ilio master of nil. and llie man Closest Is Pledged By slon amounting to approximately one-- rial who litis good vision in liotti uhom vi.ili.rs n.m w Chiefs During Conferences With fourth of the demand made by the eves, soon discover., lu-- thin.- - tt,,,i 'i i ...p.o iniii Wilson and Palmer Relief Is i hii, villi i lulu, ti...- n nil i; shopmen. ol tlioniolvos make the plaeo In Next Thirty Days. Plant ami plan of work hns grown The shopmen nsk for n 2." per cent One is Die fnet thai tho men up man mi Increase on their basic pay of CS cents iiiniir ins iiirciioii. Western NVwspaper ITnlon News an hour. This Increase would have who are miming things thorc are llie Soiillilnn i .".a n tintre cum pre- They deal with hut hetisivo knowledge of the condi-- 1 Wnslilnstuii. Impetus was given to amounted to 17 cents an hour, where- - statesmen. pursuit. .' i i. the Government's campaign to reduce as the proposal of the president would II inps in ;i nig way. Tho liavo. a tii"iis aim news oi our The fortress of Itovno, In Volhynla, U' S" MINISTER QUITS JOB give them 4 cents an hour, or 10 cents "nu grasp Oil llie Itrolilctll- - of Hi st, iJmnHkn one i.n, . northeast of Dubno. has been captured the cost of living at a conference at a day more than the workers uow re-- ! peoplu .f the boulhlanil, of hot ..i.. ,.r ,u.,ii.. i.3.. i....1 i. the ,'",, ' whteh the closest "" '1'3- - n "u President Has Not Yet Acted on the byHnst Poles nfler hard lighting. between niees alike, and they have very of Minsk the Poles hnve . gemus ill wie soiec- -, r I iimii.ru ttIt Retlonatlon Reatont Not federal nntl state nut liorl t Us was reached the line of Igumeii-DortyconeenLitms of their chlty am. tion of tho pmilc who work with Given Out. The Six Covemors, (hirdluer, of MisUkrainian iroops have raptured ""' ,lul,,' ' ""'r len,lor3 towards liiin. There aro no halMmkwl souri; .Mllllken, of Maine; ItiiniiUlst, statement to the shopmen's representn- There is no liutlging about. men in his prottji. And he has HsliliiKlon, Aug. 2S. Or. Paul Odessa.lt Is announced by the Ukrainof Minnesota; Campbell, of Arizona ; tlves. nddressed n stntement to the tlodsing issues witli those men. shown marked genius in combining ItelnM-li- . Amerlcmi minister to China ian mission. Sproul, of Pennsylvania, ami Cooper, public advising the nntlon of the sltua-- ' The r(!",tn,M, resignation Is now vere cup tu re was effected after setion and the basis of his action. It 's Tliey know w hat they want to do. the most serious and earnest work , of South Carolina, anil Lieutenant fighting north of the city. V,UW 00 ' Governor .McDowell, of Montana, repnaval detachments from the 7 ' resenting the National Conference of lllack sea fleet, who were dispatched linibinp ami laughter, denly." as re.Hirt,,! In Japanese ln?' The an hour Increase pro-II1,,n eapnhle Governors, passed In great haste to opimiy the Ukraintl101" was 0,1 h'3 J"'several hour" Highly patches to Honolulu. in Ins leadership . It was said at the president's stntement said. 4 ., f" il m" I studying the situation wltli Attorney ians deserted. men, deeply in earnest about he the White House Hint the president P'ogiain was ItOl made n remllnstment of renresents General A. Mitchell I'almer mid call-cAug. 2S. Advices received men's wives to put their pay on tho "'enlists, nor was il made in a dis sreat task he h ,(,ing, he Injiglu nad not jet acted on the resignation by at the White Houi to offer to same basis as other railroad workers. tant otllco and mailed up to Lee and scatters good cheer while ho is ltinsons which led t)r. Itelnsch to ask the prominent Poles In Inilon aro to President Wilson the full authority of effect that Generals nnd r hour pay and eight-ho- Hall to servo as a gUide focjflial eonvinolng you of your larger olvlo tohe relieved of his otllce wore not Denlkliie nru continuing Petturaoffen the states In the effort to restore a that Is. on their made public. work basis, and accordingly Is workers. It was made by tho' men ami human responsibilities. nonnal price level. As a result, there not In Patil Samuel Itelnsch was born In sives respectively In west and south the strict sense nn Increase In on tho job and on tho Held, by men was greatest optimism In the capital It's a mighty good habit to hav Milwaukee Juno 10. l.MK), took his Itussln against I ho boUhevlkl nnd with wages. over the outlook than had heen evlden. who have traveled up and down Hid' serious, earnest work ami smiles bachelor's degree from the I'nlversltj striking success. Pointing to the shopmen's nrgumcut In a unrulier of days. that an Increase In wages was neces- Southland, from cotton plantation Under direction like this men listen, of Wisconsin and later studied at the Quick Action Expected. sary to meet the high cost of living, ami orange grove to mountain farm belies o. net niul tin world mms Universities of Iterlln and Paris. He TWO KILLED; 10 HURT IN RIOT With the assistant profe-sof inimical state organi the president Mild the workers' de- and laurel rough, and know tho peo- belter ramdlv science at the t'nlvorslty of Wisconsin Charlotte (N. C.) Police Battle a Mob zations carrying mo message of econ mands were in effect "that we make an ple of the laud and thoir needs. 1 l omy ami Incrcustd production Into Increase In wages, which are likely to These men are not and married Miss Alnm Mnrle of Strike Sympathizers at . visionary, but Moer. a classmate at the Cnlvcrsliy every county and aiding the federal be permanent. In order to meet a tem Car Darns. belong to the class with knowledge tKIME REDUCED BY ELIMINATING "f Wisconsin. In 1000. In tho year porary situation which will last noauthorities In bringing to hoardhe was made professor of Charlotte, N. C. Aug. 27. Two men ers and profiteers, ollielals believed ex- body can certainly tell how long, but of things and people, with poiso ami SALOONS IMilltlcnl sclenre at his alum mater, n wen killed and ten Injured, four prob- cellent results would be obtained iu In all probability only for n limited common sense. They are not thoro to win applause, or to exploit, but tho next ao days nhlch would avert time." I'""'!'"" he held until his appointment nbly fatally. In a battle, between police Rnnrt rrnm v ... ..... OllUW ... . i i the menace of transportation strikes v The president's stntement said "It Is sent. And that's just what thoy u9 iiniiisier to guards and a mnh of strike sympa40 Percent Tower Arrests in Chimi in llil.'l. lo obtain higher wages. "After our neither wise nor feasible to tnke care are doing. thizers at tho car bams of the Soutle July, 1919, Than Wet He was Itoosevelt professor at th cm Public Utilities company soon afmeetings with the President and At- of increases in wages of railroad en A second thing noticoablo about July a Year Ago Universities of Iterlln ami I.elpsig In ter inldnlcht. when at least a hundred torney Cenenil," the Committee of ployces at this time by Increases In the place is the fact that tho peoKill and l.'ll'J, the United .States dele(iovernoi shots were tired. The guard had held announced, "certain fiats freight rntes." ple who work there laugh. . gate to the ure clear." A single paragraph of the statement conference the mob at hay for several hours, I have beeh all over tho grounds Arrests in llie police rourt of at ltlo tie Janeiro In 11HK1 and the when, tho police allege. Ii brother of "1. That all the citliteiis of the na Is sufllclent to &how how serious the tion Mini all organisations .should co president considers the entire, situa- and have climbed all the mountains, Covington for the month of July, fourth conference at Iluenos Aires In Clem Wilson, who had been knocked town nnd taken to a hospital earlier ' have seen tin- - men on all sorts of HMD, totalled I3S, according to the 1010. operate Immediately for the purposu tion. He says: In 1000 Professor Itelnsch was a delIn the night, fired at Chief of Police "We are face to face with a situa- summer days, under many different report of Cotnmissionur of Public jot increasing the production of the confer-encOrr. The shot mlsscd.- necessities of life. tion which Is more likely to affect the citrunihtancesj and I have novor Safely Theodore Kluemper, a reduc- egate to the first at Km ry In go. Tbe guards Ilred n volley In return. "2. That economy In consumption happiness and prosperity, and even the yet discovered a grump on any- tion of ML or nearly forty percent, , Quiet was restonsl. and cure In purchasing the necessities life, of our people than the war Itself." body's face. Thpy from the number of arrests in July, smile, laugh, .of life are equally Important with pro- adding: make merry, work like titans, pray, 1918. Forty persons were arrested S0LDIEFI KILLS TWO AND SELF 570,000 BONDS LOST IN MAIL "In such circumstances It seems duction. -'. That every agency of the Fed- clear to me, nnd I believe will seem get results, make themselves con- on vagrancy warrants in July, IDIf, Shoots Wife and Her Escort In except tho ami two were before tho court on eral and the State (loveniments should clear to every thoughtful American, In- tagious to everybody Jollet Shipment to Chicago Banks Crowded Chicago Cafe Was the same charge in 1010.. cluding the shopmen themselves, when most hopeless. Disappears Between the forthwith to prevent Wounded In War. ' they have taken second thought, and Two Cities. For June, 1010. the arrests in Giv- -, Anybody who rubs elbows a few 'Tho Attorney General has assured to to nil wage earners of every kind, days with these men will prow j ingUin totalled 121. Of this number Chlcngo. Aug. Entering the us that he will pursue under existiug that we ought to postpone questions of younger Chlcngo. Aug. 27. Gen. James K. wvro "CcumkI of drunkenness Uoyal Cnnton cafe. Private William and get the snlilo habit-- ! mstal Inspector, admitand proposed law all protltei'rliig. this sort until normnl conditions come Doctor 11 and iai with oilher disorderly con-- 1 .! Stownrt. n returned overseas sol- - Stuart, chief men I'oleat preaches great sur l. were hunting for n .....I I. III... I i.i ted thnt Ids "The suggestion of the Attorney again and we hnve the opportunity for MT"r' ,l: the scriptures as duct or being drunk ami disorder- - Kmmo Stewart, ( hnrles schools General that a 'fair price commission-er- " certain calculation as to the relation mints, explains and registered pouch lost somewhere be- or and sings plantation ly. 1....... monlh of July, 1010. lhelin ween Jollet and Chicago. he appointed In each of the htute between watrps and the cnt of living. few can Reports Mr J . . "... in ongs after supper. ,Sings them drunks numberetl seentceti ami the Schools were dining In one of U.lll from Jollet based on statements by and 'fair price committee' in the difAsks Help of Public. the hankers there Indlcnted that the pouch ferent localities of the states, tiisni "It Is the duty of every citizen of well, too; sings in the vernacular of other two classes of ollondors sixty booths. the nominations of the Gciwnnirs, was the country to Insist upon n truce In the cotton Ileitis, puts in tho "rousc-men- t" live. Wearing his soldier's uniform and contained about $70,000 worth of Lll- Indorsed. While tho Attorney General such contests until Intelligent settleThe lltniros were made imhlii: at 'with his right hand. Injured In a hat erty bonds, coupons, nnd other seanil you up. Doan curities. The pouch, with boniN from expressed a desire to rely upon the as- - ments can be made, and made by Kesler 'llr'c"y ''e' jhe hend.itiarlers of the State-wiwould llud a frown difllcult Jollet hanks nnd consigned to Chlcngo tbttuiicc of community efforts In tho peaceful and effective common counsel. which i Institutions, left the Jollet post otllco dlteetlon of tho elimination of prof"I appenl to my fellow citizens of he woun an enduring smile. And .Tohibition Federation yet when he stands before a group collecting information from all tho L, Mrs. Stewart's bead, he ilred. the one dny last week, hut postal authoriteering, through local fair price com- every employment to In In mittees, he gae atMir.une that when sisting upon and In mnlntalnlug such a of men, to present an interpret.! formerly wet cities of Kfiilucky bullet entering bock of the right ear. ities would not disclose the details. such eflurUi were not forthcoming ami truce, and to co operate also in tms- - '"in of the social message of Josus, with the View to what effect on liefore Schools could nrlse the soldier rostllts were not Mttlsfn.tory Ids taming the government in what It con- - every mind is alert. He smilos and crime the elimination of the saloons hail "red at him. the bullet entering U. S. REPLIES TO MEXICO men htewart would handle those questions eelves to he the only course which con-'e r,B"1 lirohiiiilinn has lia.l ays great things in a way that hv war-lim- e revolver on himself. directly. " '" ' Government Answers Protest Against . .Members of the Kentucky Sumlay-selio- turned the the message -- E Tn. "' !' vm, "One ol the most important tilings Sending Troops Across Border 1,10 tmn- - ,)o'lor Harno "'ways Association in session at Ash-lato ho (him Is to convince the public slonntely Insisted upon at this time ml After Bandits. were solemnly warned by J. IRISH SEEK $25,000,000 LOAN l "ml 'V'"'''011"' chairs bo that prices are not going higher," .Mr. menace the peace and prosperity of the Itlloy wild. "Prutsldont Wilson has said country as nothing else could, and tlius eil,se ho smiles and teaches tho Sherman Porter, publicity director Washington, Aug. 2S. The AmeriSinn Fein Council Authorizes Valera It was npimrent that the cost of living contribute to bring about the very to-- 1 psychology of leadership in tho tie of the Federation, of the danger of can government's reply to Mexico's to Raise That Amount In the IhiiI reached the pcuk, but In spite of suits which such demands are Intended luxe manner. No bothering with apathy in ivgnnl to adopting I he United States. prottd against the dispatch of Amerthe sltuatlou wy are facing, merchants to renii") "concopLs" and "impacts" and "men State prohibition amendment at the ican troops Into Mexico In pursuit of everywhere are out with advertiseINI. The Dublin, Aug. hniidltH who held two American aviaexecutive ttil roaetions and other anuient ''election November S, so that in the ments alsiut high prices next yuut and U. S. FINDS RED PROPAGANDA of the Sinn Fein met. tors for ransom was forwnrf!, It s, but a direct "messaco event the wets succeeij iu the eon council reported present ftoui with urttiug tho public to buy all sorts of all from a live man, from tho lives of tost of the National amemlmenl, of Ireland. IMwnrd tie Vulern, parts was announced at (he state departthings now. of that Is Just plulu who ment. Ollielals declined to discuss tho proimgandu. Price won't bo higher Russian Soviet Interests Supplying real leaders this is the thing that saloons might not "again bo turned was authorized to raise SI.'JoO.OOO by contents of the note, saying Funds to Stir Up Race Antag. that It If tliw people are not stampeded Into makes you Tool that psychology is loiHo on the boys of Kentucky." loans In the United Status, has re- probably would be made public In onism In America, puruliusliig things they don't need or Mr. Porter's priKlictiolT that after ceived permission to Increase Ihu maxworth a live man's time. Mexico City. eti u do without, and we aro going to Doctor Alexander is irrepressible. next January saloons would bo imum to Washington, Aug. 27. Htihslan sovitoil tlivm mi. If we can convince theui et Interests npimrently nru supplying He ij capable of a tremondous "known in America no moro forCAR TURNS OVER IN RACE the vktory's won." funds for a propaganda to stir up race amount of sorlous work, much walk- ever" wns roundly applaudetl antl U. 8."Farm Course for Australians. antagonism In the United States, ac- ing, ami New York. Aug. 2a. One hundred Durant's Chevrolet Meets With Accimofo laughing than most his story of somo of his own,obsor-vatio- ns cording to Information now In the people. Japan Sends Agent to Riga. of tho ruin wrought by Australian soldiers will airlvo here His smilo anil his spirit of dent In Contest Held at Elgin, Paris, Aug. 'J7, Thu Japanese, gov- uandr of the department of justice. III. No One Injured. doing tilings aro a part of, tho ro- liipior was told iu striking antl dra- from F.nglnnd. August 20, on their ernment has Kent u diplomatic agent to the University of California wan! whioh ovwyono receives who matic manner. lib told how war- way tothey will take a course Iu Itlga to take charge of Japanese, interwhere Illgln, III. Aug. 25. Durant's ChevSnow Falls at Hornell, N. Y. goes there. time prohibition had reduced the the Australian commission rolet turned over ut station four on ests there until the arrival of a permaHoruoll. N. Y. Aug. Although And there aro othor ehoico spirits number of arrosU In formoiiy wot announces. They will work u year on thu first lap In tho auto nice. Duruut nent representative. It Ii reported the the Mm was shining, know fell for the United States contemplates similar minutes her, molting us rapidly us ( who know wha thoy are about, at-l- (owns .'10 lo 80. poreonl, nnd said it llie Duvls farm uttiichcd to tho UM, was not hurt. Ills mechanician brought nctlon. In the cur. Station four Is Jut beyond te Uwir btisJiittSi and smile. wa not likoly tho people would turklty uiid then return to Australia. struck the ground. the first turn. want to return to the old conditions. s 1 RtDUCE '5- 'BMAJm ' ' 1 Laughter and Statesmanship at Blue Ridge ' 1 .......... n i,,i..j ""' m .o ,. d Sot-vic- ror pn",,h ten-hou- llls!nr f.iuu " ""v ctSSEuSr1 " wSe'Ziruienlw:: i - 1 d ,hn.;" !' KSS or i j Ju-tl- re fHllig ,,. rif.. c....! iii-ii- iif-ii- ii n " -- e '- protlt-curin- '.. ,,,,. t. -- de ' ""SK 1 u": 1 -- " "''li'. nl ud j time-killer- a .ot , '7. ui, I September i, 1019. TUB CITIZEN ful servnnt-- ' So let's not irgiie: tho point. Are you going to stand by me or back out?" Hnrnes wns shamed. "I'll stand by you," he snld, nnd they stole forward There were no lights visible. The house was even darker than the night Itself; It wns vaguely out'lned by n deepef- shade of black. At lint they were within n few yards of the entrance nml nt the ct ge of n small space that had been clenred of shrubbery. Here Sprouse stopped nnd began to adjust tho sections of his fishing rod. "Write," he whispered. "Then Is n faint glow of light up there to the right. The third window, did you say? Well, flint's) about where I should locate It." The tiny tnetnlllc tip of tho rod, held In the iipstrctchcd band of Itarnes, much the tnller of the two men, barely reached the window ledge, He tappetl gently, persistently on the hard surface. .lust ns they were beginning to think thnt she was nsleep nml that the r efforts wen in vnln tliclrj straining eyes mnde out a shad owy object projecting slightly beyond - 7S a LL. Pge Three. MRS. MC3T0NF. PLANT TO SELL AT RETAIL IN U. GREEN FANCY GEORGE A VU. , MANY CENTERS MR. 1 S. to Dispose of Surplus Household Commodities. STARTS minor 0 HOLLOW OF HER AND." "THE PRINCE OF CRAUSTARK," ETC 11 ajU31 AJN, BUSINESS Hfc. SEPT. 25 Government to Purchase Certain Necessaries and Keep Open Indefinite, ly as Part of War on High Prices. Washington, Aug. 27. Retail stores for the sale of household commodities Included In the surplus stocks of the wnr department will bo established BBBBBBVBBBBBBBaBBBBBal 6YN0PSI8. CIIAITKIl K Ilarnta. wmlthy Vorlirr. on a wslklnir Irlii tlirouiiti Nrur Kii(Un,l, In caught In a Inrin mllfs from Ina 1rtlnll'n. At a crnssroatt point hit inrrts n girl In tha s nm r'lcht Wlill thay illsrtisa the I Ion an Rutoinnlillr. sent to mrrt Ilia nnil turn's la aivrn n lift to flrl. ifrHMi Intern, whll Mia elrl la taken on to hr nlilrh nli tells llames Is a pure lulled Orei n Fancy Nr ill-u- At CIIArrrTl th. Mvrrn Ilirre falls In with a atramliM troupe of "trn tnrtnlnp" artnrs, Iiearleil liy Lyndon Huslirroft. anil bocomoa Interested in tliem. Clf APTKIt IIJ-- A th storm ktoioi. Ilsrnos flails lilmaelf worrying over th safety of the Klrl, traveling; over the mountain roads nt what he ronslilers apeed. He learna tnat lreen Fancy la somrttilnir or n houae of Two mounted men leave the tavern In a manner which arouses Itarnrs' curiosity. IT-dan-reromys-4er- CIIAITKIl IV-- lfe meela "Miss Thackeray." lending lady of the stranded theat-rlrtroupe, who la actinic iw chnmber-inali- t. That nlKllt tin la aroused by the bringing of a dying man to the tavern, one of the two who had ridden away a short time before. They tell of finding the rieml Ixxly of the other man. lloth had teen shot. al the sill. After n moment or two of suspense Jinnies experienced n pecilllnr, almost electric shock. Someone had seined the tip of the rod; It stiffened sud tlenly, the vibrations due to Its flexibility ceasing. Someone wns untying the bit of paper he had fastened to the rod, nnd with lingers that shoolc nnd were clumsy with eagerness. lie hail written: "I am outside with n trusted friend, ready to do your bidding. Two of the guards are safely bound and out of the way. Now Is our chatif'c. We will never have an other. If you are prepared to coma with me now write me n word or two nnd drop It to the ground. I will pass anything you wish to carry nway with you. Hut be exceedingly careful. Take time. Don't hurry a single one of your movements." He signed It with n large "H." It seemed nn hour before their eyes distinguished the shndowy head above, As n matter of fact but n few mln tltes had passed. During the wait Sprouse had noiselessly removed his coat, n proceeding that puzzled Hames, Something light fell to the ground. It wns Sprouse who stooped and searched for It In the grass. When he resumed nn upright posture he put his Hps close to Humes' ear and whispered: "I will put my ront over your bend, Here Is n little electric torch. Don't flash It until I am sure the coat Is nrrnnged so that you can do so with out a gleam of light getting out from under." He pressed the torch nnd n bit of closely folded paper in tho other's hand nnd carefully draped tho coat over his head. names read: --inank (Jodl I wns afraid you would wait until tomorrow night. Then It would have been too late. I must get nway tonight but I cannot leave I dare not leave without something thnt Is concealed In nn-- ( other part of tho house. I do not know how to secure It. My door Is locked from the outside. What am I to do? I would rather die than to go nway without It." Hastily he wrote: "If you do not come nt once, we will force our wity Into the house and light It out with them all. My friend Is coining up the vines. Let him enter the window. Tell til m where to go anil he will do the rest. He Is n miracle man. Nothing Is Impossible to him. If he does not return In ten minutes, I shall follow." There was no response to this. The head reappeared In the window, but no tip a rope to you and you mny lower "Not a Sound," He Whlipered. bis room but If fs equally fmposslbio for you to get out of this one except by the wny you entered. If I thought there was the slightest chnnce for you CIIAITKIl VThe wounded man, registered at the tavern aa Andrew 1'aul. illea, anii Ilarnea la lnfnrtne.1 he must not leave until after the Inquest. O'ltowd and Ie Huto, g.iests at 'Irwn Fancy, visit the tavern, apparently much mystified over the affair money aulflrlent to relense the ctun-ran- y from Its embarrassing position, thereby booming Its olllclal backer. He visits tlre.n Fancy, and In the grounds e, nireta his acquaintance nt the night finding her a girl of surprising' CHAPTnit rne advances Hush-cru- ft "My Godl Have You Killed HlmT" of that, countess. Where Is his room?" "The last to the right ns you leave this door at the extremo end of the corridor. Across the hall from his room you will see nn open door. A man sits In there nil night long, keeping watch. You could not approach Prince Ugo's door without being seen by thnt watcher. "You snld In your note to Hames that the er something was In Curtis' study." "The prince sleeps In Mr. Curtis' room. Tho study adjoins It, nnd can only be entered from the bedroom. Thero Is no other 'door. What are you doing?" "I nm going to take n peep over tho transom, first of all. If the coast Is clear, I shall take a little stroll down tho hall. Do not be alarmed. I will come back with the things we both want. Pardon me." He sat down on the edge of the Mil and removed his shoes. She watched him us If fascinated while he opened the bosom of his soft shirt and stuffed tho wet shoes Inside. Then he said : "You are not dressed for flight. May I suggest thnt while I nm outside you slip on n dark skirt nnd coat? You cannot go far In thnt dressing gown. It would be In shreds before you had gone a hundred feet through" the brush. If I do not return to this room Inside of fifteen minutes,' or If you hear sounds of n struggle, crawl through the window and go down the vines. Harnes will look out for you." "You must not fnll, Theodore Sprouse," she whispered. "I must regain the Jewels and the state papers. I cannot go without " j ' "I shnll do my best." he said simply. Silently he drew a chair to tho door, mounted It and, drawing himself up by his hands, poked his bond through the open transom. An Instant later he was on the floor ngaln. She heard lilm Inserting u key In the lock. Almost before she could realize that It had actually happened, the door opened slow-ly- , cautiously, und his thin wiry figure j to" me be the Judge "Let beauty. seem not to be CHATTm VH-S- he of him, and turns away o'I)owd appears and In apparently friendly fashion escorts lUrnrs (who feels he Is unKrliome) from Ilia grounds. CHAITKIl VIII-M- Us Thackeray warns llurnes that a man stopping at the Invert!, ostensibly agent, had searched lila baggage In Mi absence O Dnwd comes to the tavern and with llarnra and others goes over the strne of the previous night's shooting Hi rues la Invited to dinner at Greta l'iuy. lla CIIAITKIl acquaintance of the atorin is introduci-ns Miss Cameron. The makeup of the house party, imrttcu-larl- y a man Introduced to him aa 'l.oeb," and the number of menservanta about the place, somewhat astunlshca Ilarnea. Iss CHAPTER Cameron Informs him she is a prisoner In the houses to him fur aid and binding him In ronveriutlliin tu wtreev with ih chauffeur who drives him bark to the lutern. Ilarnea Iwvonies convinced there Is u cotisplrucy of mutuant batoning at iireen I amy. deniniua IX-I- CHAPTER XI-- At breakfast the supposed bt'Ok agent Introduces himself aa Hpruure. a government secret tells llarne he Is there tn watch the party at Green l'om y, describing them as i. filters from u country overrun by the Hermans He assarts that "Mini Cameron' la n retails e of the former ruler of the devastated country and that she or "Iieb" I ave with them the crown Jewels, of enormous value, which tiprouse, wouhl agent-Hprou- mover SfMTnl minutes wont liy. Then wn n.it a mihiiiI save (lit restless patter of rain In the tree tops. At Inst tln faraway tliml of fixitMtfps came to the ear of tin tense listener. They drew nearer, loitrliir, mill once more seemed to be approaching the vrry 8p)t UlllTC III' cnitiolH'il. Tlii-t- i (Mini' tlu siiunil of n dull, lii'tivy hlinv. it ionn( Kt'xp, IV tnonu'ii-tnr- y I'Hiiiiiiutlim In tliu Hlirtililn'ry, nnil Benin nllcnot. ltnnit'' liloml mil rolil. lit wnllttl fur tin next .footfidl of tilt iwsslni; tn n ti. It ticvor ninu. A hlmrp wlilspor rnirlictl his "Ooiih" lierc iilrk !" Hi IUiiiihIitimI tliroiiKh the lirii"li tiiul over tlu kneel-ln- t: nltnoKt fell prtixtniti ilsiin of n mini. "Tnki- - tun! I.tiiil it hunt!," SproiiKt. Dropiilni; to hl knei's, Harnr.s filt for nnil toui'lioil wft, courno Knnncnt.t, nml i:Hf pot : ".My lil! Hnvt you kllUtl lilmT milil Sprouso, "Ti'inponirlly." tw his teeth. "IttTi. unwlnil the rope I've cot iiroiiutl my wnlst. Tuku the end here. (Jot knife? Cut off I'll ti Kectlon iihout three feet long. t;et Hie kuk In Ids mouth while you're dolni; It. IlanKineii nhvuys carry their o own rnpex." he eoncliidetl, with htiuior. "Oot It cut? Well, cut two more sections, xnuie length." With Incredllilt Hwlftness tho two of them hound the feet, knees und arms of the Inert victim. "I came prepared." said Sprouse, so calmly that Hnrnes marveled ut tho Iron nene of the man. "Hy hraven. Sprouse, I I hcllevo he's dead. We we haven't any right to kill a " "Don't lie llnlcky," snapped Sprouse. "It wasn't much of u crnck, nnd It Straightening up, was necessary." with a sigh of satisfaction, he laid his "We've hand on Humes' shoulder. Just got to go through with It now. We'll never get unother Humes. chHtice. Putting that fellow out of wlila-piTotJ ln-cicrew-Hom- business queers us forever afterward." Ho dropped searching over the ground with his hands. "Here It Is. You can't see It, of course, so I'll tell you what It Is. A nice little block of sandalwood. I've already got his nice little hammer, so we'll see what we ciiu rulse In the way " of wireless .chit-chat.- to Ills knees und liegun Without the slightest hesitation he struck a succession of quick, confident blows upon the block of wood. "Ily gad, you are n wonder I" "Wit, It till tumorrow before you say that." replied Sprouse, sentenllously. "Come along now. Slick to the trull. We've got to land the other one." Turning shandy to the right. Sprouse guided his companion through the brush for some distance, and once mure cuim to a halt. Again ho stole on abend, and ns before the slow, confident, even careless progress of a man ceosed as nbruptly as that of the comrade who lay helpless In the thicket below. Humes Inld n firm, detaining hand on the man's shoulder. "See here. Sprouse,'' be whispered, "It's all very wll for you, knocking men over llki this, but Just what Is your object? What does alt tills lead up to?" Sprouse broke In, and there wns not the slightest trace of emotion In bis whisper. "Quite right. You ought to know. I suppose you thought I wns bringing you up here for a Itomeo and Juliet telea tete with the beautiful Miss Cameron and for nothing else. Well, in a way, you are right. Hut, llrst of nil. inv business Is to recover the crown Jewels and parchments. I am .'nlng into that house and take them away from the man you know as Loeb, If he has them. If he hasn't them my work here Is a failure." "Oolng Into the house?" gasped Hames. "Why, my Ood, man, that Is Impossible. You would be shot down ns an ordinary burglar and the law would Justify them for killing you. I must Insist " "I am not nsklng you to go Into tho house, my friend. I shall go alone," said Sprouse coolly. "On the other hand, I come up hero to rescue n helpless " "Keep cool ! It's tho only way. Now listen. She has designated her room and the windows thnt are hers. She Is lying awake up there now, tako It from me, hoping that you will come tonight. I shall lead you directly to her window. And then cdmes (he only chance we take the only Instunce where we gamble. There will not bo a light In her window, but that won't make any difference. This nobby cane I'm carrying Is In reality a collapsible fishing rod. First we use It I to lap gently on her window ledge or shade or whatever we find. Then you pass up a little note to her. Here Is pnper and pencil. Say that you are below her window und all ready to take her away. Tell her to lower her valuables, some clothes, etc., from tho window by means of the rope we'll pass up on the pole. Thero Is a remote possibility that she may have the Jewels tn her room. For certain reasons they may have permitted her to retain them. If such Is the case our work Is easy. If they have tuken them nwiiy from her she'll say so. some way or another and she will not leave I Now I've had a good look at the front of that house. It Is covered with u lattice work and huge vines. I can shin up like a squirrel and go through her room to "Are you crazy, Sprouse? You'd take your life In your hands and " "See here," snld Sprouse shortly, "I am not risking my life for the fun of the thing. I am risking It for her, bear that In mind for her and her people. And If I am killed they won't even ear 'Well done., good and. faith J , word came down. Sprouse whispered : "l" mil going tip, Stay here, if you hear a commotion olid through what seemed to her no In the house, run for It. Don't wait more than a crack. As softly the door was closed. for me. I'll probably be done for." For n long time she stood, dazed and "I'll do Just as 1 please about run- -' nlng," said Harnes, and there was a unbelieving. In the center ot the room, deep thrill In his whisper. "Ciood luck. staring ut the door. She held her breath, listening for the shout that God help you If they catch you." "Not even he could help me then. was so sure to come and the shot, Good-h)- . I'll do what I can to Induce perhaps I A prayer formed on her lips her to drop out of the window l( any-- I and went volcelessly up to God. Suddenly she roused herself from thing goes wrong with me downstairs." A moment Inter he was silently scaling the wnll of the house, feeling his way carefully, testing every pre--i carious foothold, drugging himself painfully upwards by means of the strength nwist uncanny. anlmaMIke Mrs. Morton F. Plant, un active Hod Cross worker who was married to Many Articles to Be Sold. Huge quantities of socks, under- Col. William Hayward, commander of wear, shirts, raincoats, blankets, the Fifteenth Infantry, the famous gloves, tobacco, soap and other arti- negro regiment. cles will be sold, at the stores. Prices on all commodities offered TO DEAD for sale will be fixed to prevent dis- LIVING MONUMENT crimination between tho purchasers who buy over the counter and those Town to Care for One French Orphan for Each of It Dead who purchase through the mall. Soldiers, To Open Stores In 14 Cities, All mall orders will be delivered by Chicago. Twenty-onlittle French pnrcel post, but the policy ot making these sales through tho post olllce war orphans constitute a living monudepartment Is to be discontinued. All ment which Clnrlndii, In., has planned rucIi orders will go directly to the for Its soldier dend. A fund has been contributed by Its citizens to care for stores. To expedite tho mnll order sales the one little war waif for each Clnrlmla post olllce department has been nsked boy who died In France, that their to establish substations in each store. names may bo kept nllvc, to be loved Catalogues quoting prices nnd giving nnd honored on both sides of the wathe locution of nil stores nro being pre- ter. The family of each dead hero will pared, and will be nvnllable at every receive letters regularly from one small protege who during Its whole post olllco In tho United Stntes. The present plnn Is to open stores lifetime will hold the name of their In the 14 zone supply cities Hoston, boy In reverence. The Clarlndn citizens have paid New York, Philadelphia, Haltlmore, Attn ntn, Jeffersoiivllle, Chicago, St. $.?0.r)0 10 cents a day for each child's Louis, New Orleans, San Antonio, support for n year, through tho FaOmaha, El Paso, Saq Francisco nnd therless Children of France, an AmeriWashington. The chain will be ex- can organization with headquarters at tended to additional cities ns rapidly 410 South Michigan avenue, Chicago, with n similar one In as possible. France, of which Mnrshal .Toffre Is tho head. The organization will see that Takes Son to Jail. the adoption of each child Is made In Hloomsburg. Pa. When George, Gibtho name of nnd ns a memorial to a son of Cntawlssa brought his sixteen-ycni-ol- d dead soldier of Clnrinda. The town son Alfred to the county Jail plans to repeat this sum annually for he did It because bo wanted to give the each child until It Is capable of caring bdy a lesson, but of the two tho father for Itself. was suffering the most nnd when tho If has been demonstrated thnt 10 steel doors were closed behind the cents u day, to supplement the pension youth tho father burst Into tears. The of the same amount which the French boy confessed to tnfclng $5 from the government, straining Its resources, II. K. KeaVns & Son nt Cntastore of granted Its wnr orphans nt the time of wlssa nnd was held In defuult of $300 the early disasters, will suffice to keep boll for court. soul and body together In n little victim of the war and enable It to remain the stupefaction tha't "held her. WlTh with Its mother or other living relaleverlsh haste she snatched up gar- tive Instead of being placed In an In ments from the chair on which she had stlttitlon. From the prayers of such a carefully placed them in anticipation child the name of the brave American of the emergency that now presented soldier who died for France nnd the world will never bo absent. Itself. A blouse (which she neglected to button), u short skirt of some dark material, a Jacket, nnd n pali of stout RAKE walking shoes (which she failed to HANDY lace), completed the swift transformation. As she glided to the window, she Eflfls Laid In Litter at Rear of House May Bs Gathered Without Jammed the pins Into u small black Crawling for Them. hat of felt. Then she peered over the ledge. In most large poultry houses some-oShe started back, stilling u cry with the hens will lay In the litter nt the her hand. A man's head had almost come In contact with her own as she rear of the house beneath the drop-phi- g boards. It Is a nulsnnce to have leaned out. A man's hand reached over and grasped the Inner ledge of to crawl under after these eggs nnd It raka In tho casement, nnd then a man's face pays to have a was dimly revealed ' to her startled tho poultry house to assist In gathering them. They enn be slowly raked gaze. out of the litter with little danger of breakage. (Continued next .September 2T, It was announced here. The stores will be In depot centers and Inrge cities and they will accept ami fill mall orders. Continued purchase by tho department of certain necessaries so that these stores muy be continued Indefinitely ns a port of the government campaign against tho high cost of living Is understood to be under consideration. e LIGHT-HANDLE- D f light-handle- week.) and stcnlth. Harnes could not recall drawing a single breath from the Instant tho man left his side until the faintly luminous square above his head wus obliterated by the black of his body as It wriggled over tho ledge. Wo will follow Sprouse. 'When ho crawled through tho window and stood erect Inside tho room, he found himself confronted by a tall, shadowy figure, stundtng half-wa- y between him und the door, lie advunrcd a step or two and ut- tered n soft hiss of warning. "Not a sound," he wjilspered, draw- Ing still nearer. "I have come four thousand miles to help you, countess. This Is not the time or place to ex plain. We haven't u moment to waste. I need only say thnt I have been sent from Paris by persons you know to aid you In delivering the crown Jewels Into tho custody of your country's minister In Paris. We must act swiftly. Tell me whero they are. I will get them." "Who aro you?" she whispered tensely, "My name Is Theodoro Sprouse. I have been loaned to your embassy by my own government. I beg of you do not usk questions now. Tell mo whero the prince sleeps, how I may get to his Wednesday, September 10 10 O'CLOCK I WILL SELL AT AUCTION or R,Y J 5:uBeck .aCr,s food ,and 0n ,IarJodsb.urK and Danville pike. Three miles from Harrodsburg, 7 mile from Danville. Three room house, 4H acres tobacco and stock barn. Fencing good, well at house, everlasting Farm has long frontage of pike, with several fine building sites. Will be subdivided and sold in 3 tracts. Here is your opportunity to uuy a smau iarm wen locaiea, ana gooa ianu. 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. hl. ancem grass. stock-water. Ut Remember we sell the crops, too Terms and possession as announced at sale. Also will sell some farming implements, consisting in Dart of tivator. etc. For further particulars see Dr. J. B. Beck, or W. T. Ewing, Harrodsburg, " or the" SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Man "You know that he Is the prince?" "And that you are his cousin." Remember, the S. R. Wilder auction 500 acres near Burain. SeDtembsr 9: 350 She was silent for a moment. "Not September 16 and 17. Watch for advertisements of other auction sales. onlyjs it Impossible, for. you Jo enjer room" W. E Moss Adv. Mgr. Lancaster. Ky. acre, lots and small fsrms.-i- ' t n?nitll wjww. - Pago Fnur. TUB CITIZEN September 1, 1010. Berea College Hospital ItrH Kniilrmfnt ami Service nt Lowest CoM. Sun-I'urlo- Prhate Rooms tlu, Klrctrlc Service. Surgery, Care in Child birth, Eye, Noie and Ear GENERAL PRACTICE Vrli for Men ntl (or Women. "The Princess" Coats and Suits built on quality and workmanship on the new straight lines, for Ladies and Misses. Dresses in the new suit-drestyle and the ss Come in and vilt an ettabtiOunent, which l a friend In netil, and In reach of all tlie people. M T THE STRENGTH OF Rbmrrt H. Cowley, Harlan Dudley, M l'., J'hrjlclan R.N., Siiperlnten dent Mk. Anna 1'owkll Hackktt, Mr. Hilkx Stkarn SiiARrE, R.N., As!tant !)., l'liTslclan f BANK new straight lines in lette, tricotine, French serges all sizes up Also to 48. char-meussatin, taffeta, and georgette. e, CHANGE IN RATES Ileglnntng March t, the rate for hoard and room of private patient will le $lf to 8 per week. The rates for patient ame $l per daj. Cared for In the ward will remain the Ht Order of Prudential Committee, Herea College LOCAL PAGE NEWS OK BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OK SOURCES FROM A C hildren's Best Blacksmithing J. 11. Jackson and D. W. Jackson are at Lexington this week attend- ing the fair. Scientific horse shoeing, fine Iron Prof. Norman Friwt of Peabody work and repairs of all descriptions College, Nashville, is visiting his at the College Blacksmith Shop, parents, President and Mrs. Frosl, Main Street, north of Tho Citizen at Ihe President's House, and all Office. Berea founts him its visitor as well. Miss Fannie Moycrs, who has EUGENE MOYNAHAN been visiting in the home of her Attorney-at-Lasister, Mrs. John Dean, left Monday Richmond, Ky. for Covington, where she resumes Iktx 2oti her work as teacher in ono of the Collection?, Rentals, and Ileal Estate. city schools. Olllce at present with Stephen D. B. F. VanWinklc and family arc 2t Parrish. now located at 7815 Franklin avenue, Cleveland, O. Their many friends wish them abundant success in their Baker & Loysdon, Dentists new home. Ofllcc Hours from 8 to 5. Everybody should be interested in making our cemetery the most L. & N. TIME TABLE beautiful place in Berea. This can Northbound be done if everyone will a. m. No, 34 3:38 Train By making our ccmclery beautiful Train No. 38. 12:50 D. m. is the one way wo can show our 5:31 p. m. Train No. 32 love anil remembrance of our loved Southbuond rest there. ones whose remains Train No. 31 12:40 a. m. Let us make it a placo that we can Train No. 33 12:25 p. m. show with pride, to Berea visitors. 1:10 p. m. Train No. 37 The proceeds from the sale at the Fall Festival are to be used for this Miss Leila Clark arrived last week brother, purpose. Let everyone come and to visit in tho homo of her help this good cause. Dean F. 0. Clark. John C. Jackson, of Winding Gulf, Herndon Misses Bettio and Minor his father and W. Va., visited left this week for Colorado, where family on Chestnut Street, from Ft. Collins Agrithey will attend August 20 to 25. cultural College this year. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Huff are movHarris, of Campbcllsville, Mrs. Dr. ing this week into the old Kidd was a Herea visitor this week. Mrs. house on Center street. Harris will bo remembered by K. C. Scale, a former resident of friends as Miss Mamie Wincford. and teacher in the College, Frco music by The Famous Jazz Berea who is now connected with the State FriOrchestra at Tho Fall Festival, Normal School at Kent, O., was visday night, 7:00 o'clock, September iting relatives and friends in town Slli, at the Children's Play Ground. ' u this week. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Parker, of Fall Festival, Friday night, 7:00 Lexington, spent Saturday and Sun- o'clock, September 5th, at Children's day with their daughter, Mrs. Ben- Play Ground, near Tabernacle. If it ton Fielder. rains or is cold, the festival will be Miss Hazel Conwell, of Casper, held in the Tabernacle. Our cemeWyoming, who has been visiting tery is to be beautified with tho on Chestnut proceeds from tho sale of ico cream, Mrs. J. H. Jackson n, Street, left, August 27, for home. hot coca and cake, candy, Big Auction Sale where you can coffee. There is to be an auction buy a $50.00 Government Liberty sale of a $50.00 Government Liberty Bond, vegetables, fruit, chickens, Bond, vegetable, fruit, chickens, butbutter, etc, at the Fall Festival, Fri- ler, etc. If you are interested in work, you can day night, 7:00 o'clock, September Ibis much-needhelp by patronizing the festival. 5th, at Children's Play Ground. w pop-cored coats in newest colors and latest styles. Latest modes from Paris and Eastern Market in Ladies' speed with which it enn mnkc its nssets available in cash when needed. Because of our membership in the Federal Reserve System, we can at any time instantly obtain cash by rediscounting with the Federal Reserve Bank the commercial paper which constitutes n large part of our assets. This in effect increases our available reserve nnd insures our being able to meet demands for cash at any time. of bank depends THE strengthupon n the ense nnd Berea National Bank jjj ' andChildren's Fall Ha ts. Ladies' and Children's Fall Hals on Display at Mrs. Eva Walden Capt. M. J. Isaacs and wife who have been visiting 111 Berea for two weeks, Left Monday for Lexington where Captain Isaacs will do recruiting work. Mrs. Louis Lester and children of Hazard are visiting relatives in Berca. Miss May Harrison who has spent the summer in Berca with her parents left last week for Fairfax, S. D, to resume her teaching in the city school. Do you want to buy a 550.00 Government Liberty Bond at a bargain? One is to be sold to the highest bidder at the Big Auction Sale at The Fall Festival, Friday night, 7:00 o'clock, September Gth, at Children's Play Ground. Do you love . Home-maIce Cream? and Home-macake? The kind mother used to make? You can get plenty of both at Tho Fall Festival, Friday night, 7:00 ' o'clock, September 5th. de de WITH THE CHURCHES Union Church The Rev. Dr. Hutchins will arrive in Berea tomorrow (Friday), and will occupy tho pulpit of tho Union church next Sunday at It o'clock. An earnest invitation is extended to all to come and worship with us. Dr. Hutchins comes from Obcrlln, O., and will servo as temporary pastor of tho Union church. Don't forget tho weekly prayer service on Thursday evening at 7:30 p. in. You are invited. YOUNG Announcement Latest Styles in Coats, Suits. Dresses and Millinery Now on Display We arc conversant with nil New Current Fabrics PEOPLES' MEETING A DOUBLE ROBBERY Some excitement was aroused in the community last Saturday morn ing when it was discovered that the Porter-Moo- re Drug Store, and Dr. Gabbard's Dental Parlor had been entered by a robber during the night. About $70 was taken from the Drug Co. in loose change and fountain pens, and $75 in gold and other dental supplies from Dr. A suspicious character had been seen loitering about these places on Friday, and suspicion immediately settled on him. Chief Watkins was notified and prompt measuros wore taken to locate tho thief. Enquiry at the Berea Telephono Exchange elicited tho information that a young man giving his namo as Russell Stephenson had called up a party in Paris, at a certain street address. With this cluo to work upon, Chief Watkins, and Messrs. Moore and Hayes motored lo Paris Saturday morning, and in looking for tho address given thoy recognized Stephenson on tho street from tho description which thoy had of him. He was placed under arrest and most of tho stolen property was He was found on his person. brought to Berea whoro ho had his examining trial on Saturday even ing, before Judgo Tatum. Tho prisoner plead guilty to tho charge of robbery in both places, and was remanded for trial at Richmond on October 7th. Bail was sot at $500 in each case, hut as the prisoner was unable to seouro it, ho was placed in jail at Richmond to await his trial. Quality Clothes Shoes and Hats New Repair Shop fntt-CloiheS Mutual Advantage Kpworth League. II. Y. P. U. ami the Christian Endeavor in tho Union Church last Sunday evening. The Correct Styles Reasonable Prices leader was Mr. H. E. Taylor, who gave a most helfpul anil instructive message on tho topic, "Life Sorvice." Many took part in the meeting, and tho servico throughout was inspiring to all. Kentucky Richmond Next Sunday evening there will be another joint meeting of the societies, held in the Methodist Church, and the Sunday following, School Price p'i' acre. Number 13 is with the B. Y. P. L, in Ihe Baptist Monday was nearly normal. kept lo save some children from a a farm mi good pike, nice eoltago Church. All are inited to attnud day of idleness, and more particu house, barn and fruit; 80 to 0t) acres these meeting at G.I5 p.m. land; larly because we were not prepared in all. about 2Ti acres l balance iderp, but rich. Price $2,000. to observe it appropriately. Number 80 is a tine placo; 120 PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES The Principal attended tho Madi son County Teachers' Meeting at acref, well improved, nice two-stoE. F. Oizney, Principal Many framed house, 8 or 10 rooms, largo Saturday. on Richmond Let everybody see to it that old practical questions were raised by slock and tobacco barn. On good school books find their way to the tho teachers with advice and coun- - pike, convenient to church and I by Superintendent Edwards and school. Priced to sell at $100 per school home. Books of new adoption may be weeks coming from the Supervisor I'rofossor Harris. At 1 acre. We have a number of other publishers. Teachers are gradually o'clock Congressman Fields of the adjusting themselves to the scarcity Ninth District of Kentucky spoko to places; some smaller, others larger in fact, it is not a teachers and citizens under the than these. Tell us your wants an:! of text books serious handicap; children must at- auspices of the Illiteracy Commis we will try to till them. Porsons having property for sale sion of the State. Ho appealed to tend regardless of books. Teachers' tho patriotism of his audienco "to at a fair price will do well to so) Members of tho Parent Association and friends of the wipo out illiteracy in Kentucky" by us and list it with us. Wo havo school are requested by the Presi- helping the program put out by tho oiiie country stores for salo that aro bargain''. Call at the Herea dent lo come to the school building Illiteracy Commission. Friday at 3 p. in., September 12, for Tho enrollment has increased this Hank A Trust Company and see Mr. reorganization. Tho question has year. Wo expect to "go over tho Dean when in Herea. Herndon'. been raised about procuring a ball top" this year with a good show ollieo is "under his hat " Catch him at any old place. The Dixie Highground for the Public School. Keep ing. way will be Tarvia treated to Kingsit up. Tho question is a timely one. ton 111 two more days, then up goos Echoes of new tunes and airs may MARRIAGE LICENSES bo heard from the various school Hurchctt, 10, and Myrtle tho prices from 10 por cent to 20 Win. per cent for land along this road; rooms. Visit us and hear our now honms, 18, both or Paint Lick. roto songs. Somo aro urging a D. Hazolwood, 21, of Dig Hill, better buy now. John Respectfully, regular schedulo for inusio. Why nd I.ula May fiabbard, 20, of Horca, DEAN A. HKUNDO.S' not express your wish for it to tho . D. 3H, and Polly Trustees? Horace P. Worlery. Mrs. Muncy and Miss Elliott moHoward, 35. both of Korea. F. L, MOORE'S tored to Richmond on Saturday. Johnnio Chappoll, 30, of Hamilton, Miss Dean visited homo folks at O., and Nannio Hivens, 10, or Kingston Saturday and Sunday. Tho audienco room will no longer fleoi'go Hrownie, 22, or Paint Lick, seat the children. The time is nigh and Geneva Helden, 17. of Conway. FOR when more room will bo absolutely Thomas Jackson Wood, 21, ot Class Repairing First imperative. Wildte, and Hilda Wolch, 28, of HoThe attendance on tho holiday last rca. AND James Andorkin, 21, of Hookford, Fine Line of Jewelry and Ethel ltarrott, 20, of Horca. Register. MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. There was a joint meeting of the A call from you will prove to our B. E. BELUE CO. ry Jewelry Store We have the most modern machinery, and arc prepared to do your shoe method. repairing promptly by the most DO YOU WANT A FARM NEAR BEREA? Bring Us Your Old Shoes and Have Them Made New at Or a houso and lot In town? Yes. wo havo both for salol Higher than yOaeDrop REASONABLE PRICES J. M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut Street Berea, Kentucky Located in the Cornelius Buildi on Short Street. &rea. Kentucky THE RAPID SHOk REPAIRING SHOP F.JOHlJlo, Manager 4 thoy were! Cheaper than they will bo again t Hut wo still havo some short options on somo Real Bargains. Our Number 2oi is a line farm of 223 aoros at Torrill, Ky., on tho Dixie Highway, 11 vo miles out or Fine land, woll imItiohmond. proved, and n. splendid location. Sold 1 Bourbonroultry RemciV A fiw droui In th drinking wiu-- cum ml prerenU whit druKgUti, ur int by trail xtild. Uourbon nmdy Co., Laftlngton, fcy, by Porter-Mo- or Drag C other chick dltrrhwa. rhjlr dliruva. One f0c. bottlo makrt 11 gklluni o f umllCin. Tint bottl. j'tit 11 30, raaktfa cl n1' .01. At t UL'C unt nl L "UiVk-Jl-J A September J, 1010. Tin: WELCH-WOOD CITIZEN Page Five, WEDDING BOONE TAVERN "The most home-lik- e and attractive hotel In Kentucky." Iicren College Management. First Class, Moderate Rates. For Studcnts.nnd Parents, Business Men and Excursionists On lite 'Dixie Highway After serving as pastor for more Ihan eight years Dr. Ilenson II. Huberts recently gave up his work I'nhlUhnlrTvry Tliurxlagr at Ilrrra, Kr. in the Union Church for service In BEREA PUBLISHING CO. another Held. (IncotpAraUJ) In tho departure of Doctor HubWM. G. rROST.fM.iorJrvChl.f erts llerea Is losing H strong man Subscription Rates and a warm friend of her people. 1'AYAIIMS IN ADVANCE In his work as pastor of the Church On Yr li.W preacher some of tho M and CollPgO 8U Month tM Thrr Mont hi characteristic traits of the man and 8nd rmnmj by 'ft"flVt or Kiprrt Money the preacher became strongly ImOrur. lrmft, ItrgliUtrd Letter, or one ftrul two pressed on all who know him. crnt lUmpi, Th dt after your name on label show to His sermons were always scholarwhat date your utripli.m t iaid, If It la not chanireU within three wreki after renewal notify ly and were prepared with a great o. Mlolnir numbrra will be gladly uptUnl If we deal of care. There was a wealth are notiAJ, Ulirraltermi glfentoany who obtain iww tul of historical and biblical references, Mripttont for ut. Any one ndinir ua four yearly tuttacribllona ran receive The Cltlien free for apt illustrations, and evidence of a one year. wide range of reading. They were earnest, constructive, spiritual, and New Issue of W. S. S. Placed on Sale abreast of the times. When he A new Issue of War Savins spoke his hearers were always Stamps lias been placed on salo at aware thai a scholar was before t lie post odlco ami banks which I hem. makes Us appeal lo a larger class source of lie was a nover-failin- g of investors than those who hao good cheer. Optimism radiates bought the L'fi cent and $5 stamps. from his personality as continuousTho new Issue is in denominations ly as does the fragrance from the of ?I(X) and ?l.()00 and has the same Mowers in the spring woods. He good features of the smaller stamps. believes in men. as well as Jehovah, They are free from taxation like and has great onnlldeiue in the tho $5 stamps, and pay I per cent ultimate results that will follow the quarterly, elTorls of the leaders of thought and interest compounded equivalent to straight interest at action. He has boundless confili!7 per cent. The stamps can also dence in Hie future. liu converted at any time on tun He is a conversationalist of rarest days' notice. mould. He has the happy family The $100 curlillcate ran he bought if leading the conversation of those tltw month at tho postolllco for about him, and his speech is ZKIXO and is redeemable at face refreshing. value on January 1, littl. Tho $1,0(10 Doctor Roberts impressed us all eurtillcate is lo lie sold by banks for with his good cheer, his genial $X3H. The certiorates aro redeemhis qualities as a scholar, able at this price so their value can- cenllcman and spiritual leader. not become lower. Tho certificates .Mrs. Roberts will be long and can bo registered with tho United prasanlly remembered for her Slates Treasury Department as proamet, enthusiastic work in and tection against loss. i.iit of ihe Church, and for her in- -' As an additional inducement War esf in the larger things that Savings Certificate of the issue of make life most worth while. 1119 can be for 'he new r wish lb- m every joy and suc-- i issue. r in u Held m A The Citizen true, and Interetting Dtl. B. If. ROBERTS LEAVES BEREA fmlljr Newipaper for all Ihal it right ys - The social event of tho season created more Interest than any other in llorca, was Ihe marriage of Miss Hilda Welch and Mr. Jackson Wood, of Wildic, which was solemnized at tho homo of tho bride's mother, Mrs. S. E. Welch, September 2. Tho color sobemo of pink and green was very effectively carried out, Hie house being decorated Willi ferns, pink roses, smllax, and glad-lol- l. The allar was banked with hydrangeas and maiden hair forns. The winding stairway was wrapped from bollom to top with smllax and ferns, ornamented with posts of asters on tho two lower landings. The chandeliers were draped with smilax and hanked in with flower bows of pink oilers. To add to tho effocliveness of tho scene, the house was lighted with a candelabrum of pink randies. Promptly at four o'clock an aislo was formed from tho room at the rear of the reception hall to the allar room, by twelve reception girls, dressed In white organdy with pink sashes, and roped together with smilax nnd pink tulle bows. Down this aisle came Miss Grace Cornelius, of Aberdeen, Miss., dressed in blue Iricolel trimmed in gold lace, wearing a picture hat of gold lace trimmed in wisteria plumes, and Mrs. Chnrles Ilunlelle, dressed in French embroidered balisle and pink Miss Cornelius Columbia rnes. rendered in her usually very expressive (ones "Oh Promise Me," accompanied by Mrs. Hurdette. Wedding While Mendelssohn's March was being played, the minister, President William (!. Frost, I'll1 groom, and best man. Alfred W. Wood, brother or the groom, approached the altar. Down the stairs rame Ihe bride's maids, daintily attired in n'lie organdy with pink lalTet.i bodic end blue picot streamers, immediately followed by the matron of hnnoi, Mrs. I). It. Itodkin, r, licconnngly dressthe bride's ed in beaded white Georgette, witli bird of paradise in her hair, and carrying an arm bouquet of pink Columbia roses. The ring bearer was Scott T. McOulre. Jr., the pillow hearers Barbara Hlanlnn and John Winlon Fish, and the flower girl. Ruby May Jackson, scattered pink rose petals in the path of tho bride. The bride was handsomely gowned in a dress of iridescent cloth, medallions of beads, nnd a veil of Ihal. has probably si.-le- 500 ACRES 500 5 Mercer County Farms All Adjoining 5 Sets of Improvements 1 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 houses, 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 stubbier 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 best belt of land in Mercer County. On main thoroughfare, 3 miles to fine graded and high school. the 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- 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. Hrussels net with a crown of orangs blossoms. She wore llesh colored satin slippers, a siring of pearls, gift of the bride groom, and carried a showeisjioinpiot of bride's roses and orchids. The bride was led to Ihe altar by her brother, John W. W elch, who gave her away. The ring ceremony of tho Kpisco-p- al Church was used, and in very serious and solemn tones, the minister united this young couple for bolter or for worse, "'till death do us part." After the ceremony, while tho joyful strains of Lohengrin Idled the air, the bridal party,, followed by tho guests, repaired to the lawn. On a table in the center of the lawn was an immense wedding cake, which was generously cut by Mrs. Scott T. MeGuire, while tho reception girls passed trays of molten ice. conies of a good family, and has a Chairman Of tho Americanization very promising life ahead of him. work in Kentucky. The acipiainlances of both young Miss Marion G. Keith, of St. Louis, people wish them much happiness, Field Secretary of the Y. W. C. A. and God's richest blessings. Prof. G. E. King, of tho American IMPORTANT COMMITTEE MEETINGS We Deal in Good Tires We have just laid in a stock of United States Tires. As a United States Tire Sales and Service Depot we can provide you with good tires that will exactly meet your needs. Also a type of service consistent with tires of such high quality. While the guests were merrily beauti- chatting in the shado of tho There are five distinct types of United States Tires one for every need of price or use. No matter what size or type of car you drive we have just the tires you need. Boone Tavern Garage Berea, Kentucky United States Tires arc Good Tires ful pines, the bride slipped away and donned a suit of blue suede, trimmed in squirrel's fur, gray gloves, and a hat of suede material, trimmed in bird of paradise, preparatory for her departure on the northbound train. The bride's gifts to the attendants were gold pencils to tho girls and matron of honor, watches to, the two small boys, and pearl necklaces to each of the two small girls. Tho bfido's gift to tho groom was a diamond stud. Tho bride's maids were Misses Hazel Jackson, Hetty Herndon, Neva Ghrisman, Elizabeth I'lanery, Helen Hownian, and Una Gabhard. Tho reception girls wore Misses May Smith, Mina Herndon, Mabel I.owis, Helen James, Francis Gott, Kate Moore, Stella Johnson, Margaret Loweii, Leila Howman, Vorla Flattery and F.ula Horndon, anil Mrs. William Clark. The train hearer was Georgia Hoi le Itodkin. Guests wore present from Mount Vernon, Wildie, Illclimond, Valley Viow, as well as many from Herea nnd a few from out of the Slate. Miss Welch is the youngest daughter of the lato S. E. Welch, of Herea, famous throughout Kontuuky asonoof the largest retail morchanls in tho State. Miss Welch has had many advantages of school and travel, which make her a charming life's companion. Mr. Wood, a recently discharged UUUSiiant in the American Army, The Executive Committee of tho Conference of Social Work met Tuesday afternoon at the homo of Professor Smith on Jackson street to organize a program and set tho lime for the annual meeting of the Conference this fall. the Committee outlined a program containing the following sections: Americanization The American lied Cross Child Welfare Education Health Recreation Race Relationship Rural Development Industrial Democraoy If the plans of the Committee aro carried out the program will contain a long list of distinguished speakers. Among these are tho Governor of Kentucky, Hon. Franklin K. Lane, Secretary of the Interior, Mr. K. L. Morgan of tho American Red SecreCross, Mr. Owen II. Love-joy- , tary of tho National Child Labor Committee and President of the Na tional Conference of Social Work, Miss Julia Lalhrop, Superintendent of tho Federal Children's Hureau, I'hilo C. Dix, Secretary of tho Ken-lucY. M. C. A, Dr. W. D. Weather-for- d, or tho. International Y. M. C. A. Committee, F.rnest J. Scott, Secretary of Tuskegeo and Assistant Secretary of War, .Mrs. Reuben Post Halleck, Dr. John R. Sampey, of tho Southern Baptist Seminary, and others. Tho following people mot with committee Mrs. Morris Gilford, of Louisville, ky Superintendent of Associated Charities, Louisville On Wednesday morning a Committee on Ru il Survey met at Professor Si". ti- - i.ome to prepare a schedule lo be used by tho Cooperative Council of Kentucky in making looking to moro pielim;; ary complete organization work in Ken-luccount es. This committee, composed of Professor Smith, chairman, Elwood Street, Secrotary of Louisville Vi"faro League, and Mr. Robert Hondy, of tho Lake Division of the American Red. Cross, was appointed by Dr. Frank L. McVoy, Pies'itent uf the Cooperative Council, at Hie July meeting. Professor King rem Mr. Bondy who could r.ot ollend thr- - meeting. ky Red Cross. Mr. H. E. Wjckcnden, TAKE LONG HIKE Elwood Street, director of tho Co operative Wclfaro League of Louisville, and II. E. Wickcnden, super intendent of the Louisvillo Asso ciated Charities, after spending a day and evening in strenuous work in Herea, loft Wednesday afternoon for a hiko across country lo Pino Mountain Settlement School. Mrs. Street, in company with Mr. Hreauv, social worker at tho Hal-la- rd Mills, Mrs. Hunt Jones, and Mrs. Morris Gilford, roturned Wednesday by auto to Louisville. com-mitteo FOR SALE Registered Duroo bogs; sow, ono gilt and two boars; Spring farrow; Famous Orion Colonel Stock; ribbon winners at Mt. Vernon Fair. ad-l- l. W. II. MILLER, Uox 12 Mt. Vernon, Ky. FOR SALE A Parcel of Ground two-stor- Price $1,200 s building, seven good rooms; fine orchard of Four nice lots and grapes, apples and peaches; extra good garden; barn and other in good repair, within a few yards of Herea Graded School, and convenient to churches. For particulars apply to JOHN H. HOPKINS, Berea, Ky. Page Six. TIIK CITIZHN Hoplomlipp I, 1011). MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door Training that adds lo your general education. TOR YOUNO MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commerce, and Tolrgrauhy. FOR YOUNO LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, money-earning HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Dricctor of Home Science VEGETABLE DINNER lo-m- ' ing tuniPfl pontlnunlly toward Hip ground and his auto will save him from town for supplier JIp will no bp chaini'd lo his soil bprntise of heavy toil and the grenl dMnnco he tinil tniNPl to transact btisines, for innphinery will be at hand to travel N and work for lit in. Till new farmer Is roming. In faPl, Iip has been on the way for sotnp time. The shortage- - of labor and the advancing price of crops and lork have helped Ilis penning Hp must have machinery to over- pome the lack of labor and limb price., have givpn him the rnh with whiPli to buy. The npw far does. Iviptnl distribution of the armload? mer is coming. HOLD THAT SOIL of corn around a shock is impor Rye sown this autumn on Meld tant. An pqual distribution, with all Hip slalks slanting toward Hie lo he cultivated niwl seaon wi hold I he soil during the washing center, forms a conical storm-prohaving each cornstalk acting wilder and spring rains. Hesidps shock, as a brace to hold the shock erect. holding valuable soil. Hip ryp will With more weight of the corn on also add an enormous amount of one side than on the opposite side, rolling vegetation to the soil. This rotting rye and root (he shock is likely to lean or go rapidly down. Twisted and down shocks lighten clay soil, allowing surplus are difficult to handle and to husk water to drain out of Iheni. but Ihe moisture nercssary for As such shocks do not shed water, crops during dry weather. Rye and both grain and slover often spoil. flood shocking is such a simple other green manures should be used matter that it receives little atten- extensively Ibis .season when land corn cutters and crops are both valuable. tion. Experienced GIVE THE CHILD A PET usually build good shocks. InexThe boy's love for bis dog and the perienced help often feels disinclined lo lake inslrurlions regarding girl's devotion to her cat show the such simple work, and if of unin- child's desire for a pet of some terested, careless disposition, an kind. Every pliild loves a ppl and cxporlenped person should work is anxious to have one of its very with them and make sure that Hie own. The reason Ihe boy get a dos armloads are properly placed. With- anil the girl has a cat for her pel is out such supervision, inexperienced thai neither the cat or the dog has help often proves much worse than any valup. and so "the kid can have no help at all. Very poorly built em if they want 'em." The farmpr who is farsighled w ill shocks afford no protection; on the contrary, they hold water, prevent provide his child with an animal to drying anil thereby hasten and in- pel which w ill be worth rearing and will at the same time educate the crease the waste of food. This fall each individual should youncster. The pig. poultry, sheep. prevent waste of food. By good and cTdf clubs are successes because shocking an enormous waste can they alow the child to follow its be prevented. If any corn shocks own inclination in owning a pet. twist or go down, they should be I'his passion for a pet i plainly hulked and stored before the grain shown in the loving and constant care given Ihe animal by it youthand stover commence to spoil. ful owner. Many of Ihese animal Take Time by the Forelock Remember your seed corn now. Re owned by club members haw been call the last two seasons and the time handled so constantly that they will and money required to secure seed answer to their names. The farmer who allows his grow corn which could be depended upon to produce a good stand of vig- ing hoy. and girls to have slock of orous plants. 'Take time by the Iheir own is educating his children forelock" and go into the the field in the feeding and care of livestock. to select seed as soon as the corn If lie allows Ihese children to keep and breed their animals, he will be has matured. Don't put this work oil because allowing them to understand sex wheat must be sown or tobacco problems from a rational angle. At love must bo put into the- - barn. Next the same time a season's corn crop will depend on for Ihe breeding of line stock will ilrst-cla- ss seed selected in the field lo much toward keeping his chil- and then especially housed during Iren happy and contented on the farm. (live Ihe child a pet. the winter months. ilne to poor shopking. corn is put Into shocks Jor llio ptuposp of proterting the"' stover ami grain from rain and snow mil II li dries and pan bo busked and slorod. Uy a llltlo enro In building -- docks and lying litem high near their lop. good protection is afforded bolli grain and slover. If b slnlk of each armload do nol only toward slant in one dim-liothe center of the !diock and if Hip lying is nol done blgb up npar Ibo tup. the shock is very apt lo twist Tyimr npr the niidille does nol pre vent twisting, lying near Hip lop n of ro-lai- ns ed hut Iip will most cprlninly hne a POOR SHOCKS WASTE CORN vp wnlo pnougli corn lieltpr chance lo gPt pleasure and As a mil ton mil of his life. Ma- M supply several liuropoan imtions Imppini'M Mlirli of this waslp li rhluprv will keep his face from bo willi brfnil. PEOPLE Berea's Vocational Schools power, combined with Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School Ocncral Education for those not far advanced, combined with soma vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid improvement 3rd Door College Berea's English Academy Course thru and desire more general education. It also givei the best general education for thoso who wish a good start in study and expect to carry it on by themselves. ror inose wno are not expecting to teacn ana wno are not going 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives excellent training f ir tli'o who expeil lo teach. The courses are so arranged that young people can teach through tho summer and fall and.attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course College best training In Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department. tins lsmesiraigniroad to 6th Door nils A twonty-flv- Berea College is the crown or the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. Temporary o Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. For years the board has remained tho 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 students do some work with their hands from six lo six teen hours a week as janitors or In tho farm, carpenter shop, printAll ing office, laundry, boarding hall, ofllec, etc., and recoive pay which reduces their expense. young man or young woman can get an education Any at Berea if there is the will to do so. able-bodied Number 1 linked sIuITpiI lomaloes wllh snuet', mashed potatoes, corn muflliis. creamed lima henns, enh-baslaw, grapes. Take 8 medium sl.ed lomaloes. etil olT slein end and remove centers. Put ends and centers into n sauce pan and make sauce. (Directions glvpn in lnl week's (Jlli-I's- e left over rooked porn, well soatoiicd, to till the lomaloes. Cover with line bread crumb, dot Willi butler or grale over them a little cheese. Put into a shallow greased pan and hake NO lo ill miii-- I ules. Put Ihese in the center of a large plaller, surround with I quart well seasoned hot inahud potatoes, making a ridge 2 or 3 inches high. Cook the lima beans in hoiliug 'called water until lender, drain nnd mix Willi while sauce. (Make while sauce thicker than usual. Pour (his around the outside of the Pour Ihe tomato sauce over and around the tomatoes aud serve al mice. Nothing is lost in nttrac-- i i liMMiess; much saved in the wnshing of dishes. Dinner No. 3 Tried lomaloes (green or ripe'. hniwiieil sweet potatoes, surcoah. grape juice, mil men I cookies. Six even siied llrm tomatoes are rui'cil in rold water; thin slices are rttl from lcm and blossom end; cut the tomatoes into halvps, sprinkle wilh salt, pepper nnd sugar, lip in corn meal or barley meal on both sidiM and put into a hoi pan wilh ilrippiiiKS. Brown quickly on tmlli side. Iheu remove the toma- lie to a hot platlcr, laying Hip g twelve slices in two rows each other. To the pan add me cupful of cold skim milk and (mil for a few minutes. If not Ihick enough add a little cornstarch thickening and pour il over the po-lalovrr-luppm- ge luge cheese, much Is added lo (his dish lit nltrau'llvciii'ss find nutrition If balls of collage pIipcso aro put around on Hip sliced lomaloes. Dinnor No. 3 SlulTcd peppers, creamed potatoes, buttered lieeM, tomato salad. SliilTod peppes: Cut lops from I green pppppi's, remove seeds, rovor wilh hulling wnter, lei stand for live, minules. Fill wilh macaroni Muffing. Cook half a cupful of macaroni hi sailed water, drain. Add I chopped oifiiui, I tnlilespoonful of chopped red pepper, I tahlepoonftil of Cover nielted buller, seasoning. with hultered bread crumb, bnko for half an hour. Cream Hip pola-lo- e and pour in and around the peppers which have heen placed on a plaller. Cook Ihe beets tint i soft. ul Ilemove skin and dice. Add 2 liutler lo each cup of heets, sail and heal thoroughly. Add heels around Ihe outside of the potatoes. 1 lalile-spoonf- MADE FROM CARTRIDGE SILK PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental by the term, board by the half term. fee and room rent Installments are as follows: ACADEMY ANI NORMAL Expenses for Boys VOCATIONAL AND SCHOOLS FOUNDATION While frying the tnmatoe one quart of even sited sweet pnlntoe are parboiled, skinned nnd browned The siicpolnsh may bp made of left over lima beans of the day before, combined with an equal corn, sea amount of soned and heated. Surround the lev maloes wilh the browned sweel potatoes, then surround the potatoes with the succotash. Serve hot. well-cooked ' $ 5.00 Incidental llooiu 050 15.70 Board, 7 weeks' Amount due September 17, 1910 27.25 Board, 0 weeks,' duo October 2v 1350 $ CM IOLLII1I 5 7.00 050 15.75 050 15.76 28,25 13Xfl $".1.75 29.25 1350 F2I "vi ". vJ Total for Term Incidental Fee Hoom .$10.75 Expenses for Girls $ 5.00 0.50 '$12.75, S 7.00 0.00 050 11.00 050 11.00 Board, 7 weeks li.no Amount due September 17, 19 Hi 25.50 Board, 0 weeks, due October 2!i 12.00 Total for Term 2050 12.00 2750 12.00 ...37.50 '$3850 '$:W50 'This does not include the four dollars deposit, nor money for books or laundry. Corner rooms $1.00 more. Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Business Fall Winter $13.00 Stenography and Typewriting $12.00 $11.00 13.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) 12.00 11.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) G50 GiW 5.50 Business course for students in other departments P.75 9.00 853 Stenography .. Typewriting, with one hour's use of instrument 0.50 0.00 550 Com. Law Com. Geog., Com. Arith., or Penmanship, each.. 1.G5 1.80 l.i'5 III no A Supper Salad (Three in One) Dire 2 eups cold boiled pfllalocs. 2 cup cold boiled carrots, 2 cupsj roll boiled beet. Sprinkle salt over each, and add to each Mi cup plain salad dre.ing. Turn each vegplnble out on Ihe same plaller. surround Ihe three kinds uf vegetables with slices of tomatoes. If one has col- - Tbt onlnnnce liurrnu of Hip vvnr department Is onVrlui; to tbe dre goods trnile 18.000.0O0 yards of tunteiinl which will tie a complete novelty to It Is n spechit silk tniidu for wrapping cartridge lines, of a quality which should rctnll lor two or three dollars a yard. To prove that the cloth In suitable for dren kiwhIi, Col. made ami K. I, (inrrlum hud n tiro fltted to hi necp'Oiry. Here It In. NEW FARMER IS COMING The new farmer is coming. The old farmer, who learned everything by hard knocks and hitler experiences, will go. The old farmer, who did an enormous amount of heavy work for many hours each day, has almost passed. In his place the new farmer who will save his muscles with machinery mid who will gel an education other than one of bard knocks, w ill come. It may be that this new farmer will not be able lo put away any more money than the old farmer, VERY IMPORTANT TO FILL SILO PROPERLY Keeping of Silage Depends Upon Thor oughness With Which It Is Packed Fine Fodder Is Most J;. H i '' ;:'y:0 ' Satisfactory. (Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) Cut com for slluge when the ker nels have passed the milk stago and are beginning to dent At this period the greatest amount of food ma terial can be obtained and tho best quality of silage made. CINCINNATI MARKETS. The cutter bhould be adjusted to cut the corn In short lengths, with three- Hay and Qraln. Corn No. li white $l.b!0 l.iH). No. 2 fourths of an inch us the maximum yellow Ifl.jHJQ'l.Ol, .No. a yellow $1.8"Jfl length. In general, the finer the fodl.t0, No. 1' talxud n.b'Jil 1 1KI, No. 3 der is cut the more easily and more mixed ifl.SSCfl.Wi. white eur $1.'J08 compactly It can bo packed nnd, In 1.1)2, jellow eur 51.03 1.07. consequence, the better the quality of Sound Hay Timothy per ron. nv the silage. fJCC-'ll- , clover mixed new Too much strew cannot be lnld upon clover new W-- fr :'.V50. the necessity of thoroughly packing Oat- - No. 2 white ""Vfcc. No. !i white He, No. 2 mixed ;ie, No. mixed 72e. Butter, Eggs and Poultry. Butter Whole milk creaiuory extra. 7-- case w ill special Business Fees exceed $1.00 per week. If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be in school the full year, by all means they thould enter for a course dur- ing the winter and spring terms. The public schools will close about Christmas and the teachers and advanced pupils should not ho idle through the long winter months but should be studying in Berea where the best education can be gotten for least money. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that thay its above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may b signed by some former Berea studant in good standing or soma reliablt teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Fall Term Begins September 17. the fodder In the silo so as to exclude the air as much us possible. It la upon this one thing that tho keeping of sllago largely depends. A devlco consisting of a jointed pipe, or Homo variation of It, attached to the top of the blower pipe Is at present in uso for distributing tbe cut corn fodder In tbe silo. By the use of this distribu tor It Is possible at tho same time to tho cut corn evenly and at the same tlmo tramp It. Without tho uso of this device It la necesaary to bavo at least ono extra man In tho Mo to fork tho materia! over so that It Is evenly packed. Besides the Hav ing of ono man's labor, tho distributor does away with the nuisance, of having the loose material flying around, thus annoying tho man In the nllo, and also lessens the danger of being struck by some foreign object that may have passed through the r 57c, llr-it- s centralized creamery extrus fr'Jc, necoixls 31 He, fmicy dairy J2c. .'3e, 41c, WASHDAY, as It used to be, was a day to be dreaded. But now even an extra large wash can be done easily and finished early. The drudgery is gone the lame back and aching arms. A 48c. ordluurr Ebb Kxtru Uve Poultry Fryer, over 2 lin. 82c; broilers, i4 Hi unci over, !Ucj fowls, 4 lbs utid over, .MJc; under lbs, 2Cc; roosters, 18c. Live Stock. tlrt llrsts 17c, tlrsts Ipr fit itfj Cuttle Shippers $HJVHrl5 hutch, er bteem, extra $12,503 i:i..0, food .a choice $11 J7.30CT10..KI; good to choke to fair $7.30&10; cow, extru $10ffll, 10, common to Kood to choice $7.30 fulr J5.5Q&0.75, cunners $3$?J, stock. ..") , dl lielferscommon extra -- air to 12fri:t, $1O0 11.50, common cr aud feeders 0.50ffll. Culvex Rood 14. Kxtru $21021.30. fulr to $15021, common unit large $00 ihlnpert Hogs Selected heavy $18.3018.75, good to choice pucker aud butcher $10, medium $10, Htugi $10011, common and choice heavj rut sows $10014.50, Debt shippers (110 lbs uud lew), $17.30018, pig $11(017. Cutting Fodder for 8llo. aniTprovlde for the proper packing of the nllo. This water Is most easily added to the blower when the corn 1h being cut, mill It Is also more thorouKhly mixed with the rut material In this way. Tor the top layer of tho silo It Is good practice to use heavy green stalks from which tbe earn huvo been This forms a heavy layer 'hat packs well nnd at tho name time ccntalnn a sinnller amount of food material bo that tbe minimum loss Is VurlouH methMistalned If it spoils. ods and materials huvo been used for CJverlng the top of the ullage to preNone bus given vent its spoiling. rompletu satisfaction, but the one mentioned above has given as good remits us any, especially when the top layer wus thoroughly wet down and The best I ucked firmly by trumping. practice is to commence feeding as blower. case won as the alio la filled, Oftentimes the corn fodder Is so dry tbere will be no loss of allege throufb when It Is cut that It Is necessary to decay. up ftir- - Mm Aof. JfJiL VfalST. tfl nml "clency fii moTsturo Western Electric Washing Machine washes clothes cleaner and quicker than you could ever wash by hand. Let electricity do this work for you. Electricity on the farm means more than an electric washer. Western Electric Power and Light will run your vacuum cleaner, electric iron and all such work that you now do by hand. Then remember the great convenience that bright, safe electric light, brings you in the house and barn. - Sec this Western Electric outfit in operation Hart & McCreary Phone 98 Berea, Kentucky Soplcmlirr I, 1010. Pago Seven. "Baughman Heights" and the Fogarty Farm ' " Wc icll tho earth. Now In position to locate you nt Danville, Kentucky, the garden spot of the world. Where Land, Stock, Crops, Health, Culture and Knowledge arc the magnetic points of the universe. Where Blue Grass grows the tallest. Soil the deepest. People live the longest. Stock the finest. Schools the grandest. AT AUCTION IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED Tuesday, Sept. 16 and Wednesday, Sept. 17, 1919 At Ten o'clock, two days, we offer you absolutely at your own price the most desirable suburban property ever offered adjoining this thriving little city with a national reputation 350 Acres in Building Lots, Truck Gardens, Small Farms, Large Farms, Any Size You Want Danville in llic "growinVjl'' town In Kentucky. Not only Hoyle County hut surrounding counties nrc tributary to Danville. The home of Center College and Kentucky College for women, Qraded and High Scheoli. The very best railroad facilities, nearly $t, 000,000.00 appropriate! for the Railroad terminal, and they have purchased oer 400 acre of land for that purpoe. Kentucky's best tolmcco market. Hoyle, a County of flue plkea ami fertile land. Make your home In the mldnt of a hospitable and cultured people. Danville's line ilrect, beautiful churches, dry goods and department stores, hotels, three progressive hanks and Its bust. Btit of every Mm! would be a credit to any city five limes its siie. Sparc forbids further details, but all conditions and surroundings point to further advancement in the value of real estate In Hoyle county In and around Danville. REMEMBER, SWINEBROAD ALWAYS SELLS Wr are ollcring to tile 1'hHIIc tile opportunity of a life time. The young man may lay the foundation of a fortune In the puri.liae of this real estate. The old may leave no better estate. Better than Honds or Mather Knrth. This subdivision has been made after careful consideration of all conditions and circumstances. It has been made with a view of present and future development. The small farms InttlmHftt Is iHvestincnt-l4 10 arranged to make future lot subdivisions sml Danville Is just "Hound" to spread In this direction. It lias been laid oil with streets easily accessible. The lots wide and deep, with beautiful III ILDIN'G SITKS. The streets will be contracted for. The City water mains will be extened. Klectrlclty already there. Natural drainage for sewerage. LOOK IleforeTHK 8 A I.E. A LOOK MKANS A LOT. HUY A LOT IN HAUGIJMAN HEIGHTS ON HAUGHMAN BOULEVARD OR WAVELAND AVENUE. He a "Hooster" for Hoyle county Real Estate. Ruy a small tract or larger whatever you buy will enhance In value. This land is extraordinarily fertile, known as "Craig's Gold Mine." EASY TERMS Will take Liberty or Victory bonds In patinent. About J acres, or mure, If you want It, will lie sold with the Kogarty Improvements facing on Goseplke and consisting of a splendid seven room dwelling, porches, beautiful yard and shade trees, barn and other out buildings, fine spring and dairy house, everlasting stock water. Free Dinner A Good Time Everybody Come Brass Band FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS SEE J. H. Baughman, I. M. Dunn, B. G. Fox, J. H. Jennings, G. L. Toombs, Danville, Ky., or G. B. Swinebroad and W. E. Moss, Lancaster, Ky. I. M. Dunn & Co. Real Estate Brokers and Swinebroad, the Real Estate Man Col. Bolivar Bond, Auctioneer lji m m uutui um SALE MANAGERS " " - - IHMOVED UMirOKM INTERNATIONAL StlNMSWL ny Lesson 11KV ! Ta. l ICapf rlcht. ISIS tier of Knitiuii liiblti In lli Illblf Inoltul of I'lilntul HMWATLH P. D.. MooJy Witrn Nwirpr Vnln) LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 7 PARABLES OF THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN. M80X THXTr- - Matt. 11 ye TKXT-8c- rk GOI.HKN flint the klneilum uf Uod and Ms rlghleounnrsa. Malt ( U PRIMA It V TOl'IC-Otifyl- ntc our klnf. Jl'NIOH TOI'IC-- A muutr of ttic klnr of the klnKiloin. INTKIIMRIMATK TOPIC-T- li growth HKNIOIt AND ADULT eittnt of the klnrdom. TOPIC The I. The Parable of the Mustard Seed (v. 31. 32). Three things mainly occupy our In this pnnililo : 1. Its uiiliiiiortniit beginning. II begins ns the least of nil seeds nnd grows to be the greatest among herbs. The king was of ordinary parentage nnil humble circumstances. Hp delected unlettered fishermen us Ills roynl advisers. 'Dip prophet liml snld concerning him Hint he would tiu "despised," "rejected." "forsaken," "cut off" mid ns "having notliliiK." 2. Its vigorous, growth, From these munll beginnings Christ's Influence litis Koiii' forth fco Hint there In no power or Inllurnco equal In greatness to Hint of Christendom. It. Its lodging rapacity. Tho birds which llud lodKinPiit In the tree do not represent the children of men who llnd safety mid salvation In the church. The birds constitute no part of the tree, while the believer becomes n part of the tree. adding lo The birds IU strength mid fruit flit iu-- . thing foreign to the tree, and are are burdensome and Injurious to It. They come to And shelter mid wait to pluck off the tender buds, or to prey upon the ripened fruit. The effect of their lodging In the tree Is evil nnd blighting. In Christ's Interpretation (v. 10) be ould that the fowls iepre-pen- t the wicked ones. Ho who would make the loilsors hero niiytlilnir else makes Christ's Interpretation n farce. The same Creek word Is used In both rases, nnd tho circumstances are the , Fame. II. The Parable of the Leavened Meal (v. in). Three things mainly occupy our attention hero: the meul, the woman, and the leaven. 1. Tho meal. Meul has a wholesome nnd nutritious effect. It wus r offeused In one of the ring, w hlcli wus ttull'Hl of ChrUt fl.uv. sweet-savou- wns food" For the priests (Lev. 1:1.V17 11. V.); Abraham had Sanili to knead n rnke out of three measure"! of men I for the micelle messengers of the Lord (Gen. 18:11); Solomon's roynl tnhle was provided with men) (1 Kings 4:2); Hlljah was fed upon n rake made of menl (II Kings 4 1 ; Kllshn used menl as an antidote for the poison of death from the pot (II Kings 1:3S-tl). 2. The woman. In scripture we find false doctrine being tnuglit by woman (Itev. 2:20). Healing with doctrine Is forbidden to women (I Tim. 2:12). In I Tim. 4:13; II Tim. 2:17, 18; II Peter 2:1-3- , we find Hint In the apostasy will bo brought through fnlso tenrhing within the ranks of Cod's people. The meaning, then, of tho parable Is that the true doctrine, the meal given for the nourishment of the children of the kingdom (II Peter 2:2, I Tim. 4:0). will be olllclally corrupted by false doctrine. Woman Is a typo of the church In some sense. The church Is hiding nwny false doctrine,. nnd Its corrupt ing effects nrc seen on every hand. 3. The leaven. In scripture leaven Is Invariably a type of evil. (1) All through the Old Testament leaven Is n continual and unvarying type of evil (Cx. 12:15; Lev. 2:11). It Is Iny conceivable that Jesus should change, without due notice nnd explanation, n word from an evil to a good dense, which tho Spirit of Cod had so unchangingly used for two thousand yenrs. (2) Jesus himself makes leaven to denote sin (Matt. 10:0. 12; Mark 8:15). (3) Paul uses leaven In Its lisunl biblical sense (I Qui. 5;S, ). Further, this Cor. 5:0-S- ; Is the only Interpretation that will harmonize with Christ's Interpretation of the first two parables. Facts patent to all prove that the professed church today Is feeding upon tho leaven of formalism and legalism Instead of tho unleavened bread of sincerity nnd truth the Word of Cod. III. The Parable of the Hid Treasure (v. 44). IV. The Parable of the Merchant, man Seeking Pearl (v. 15, 10). V. The Parable of the Drag Net (v. 2:1-- It. V.); It" :1 nrbl-trnril- (For a detailed study of the Inst three parables see the Review for September 28.) LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 14 THE JUDGMENT OF THE NATIONS. :Jt-4l.KSSON TKXT-Ms- tt. e muat nil apaOI.HK.V TMXT-K- or pear before the Judgment Mat of Chrlut -- II Cor 110. by the lesson CKiinmltteo Is "The Future Life," but it hokt such a statement would bo the use of the terui In an accommodated tense. According lo Icgltlmuto Jiutual.nud contextual signification It The subject selected Ihe'JuTfiTment ? The lTTlng "TTiiiTons which lies still in the futuro (v. 32). The Idea of a general judgment which Is of such frequent occurrence In religious literature and teaching Is a fundamental error. It Is not once found In the Itlble. neither the Idea which It Is Intend) d to convey. Doe-to- r Pentecost most distinctively mij-s- . "It Is a mischievous habit that has led the Christian world to spent of the Judgment ns being one great event tnklng plnce nt the end of the world, when all liumnu beings, saints, Jews and (.utiles, the living nnd the dend. shall stnnd up before the grent white throne and there be Judged. Nothing inn he more wide of the Scriptures." The lllble speaks of different Judgments, differing In respect to the subjects to be Judged, the place of Judgment, the time of Judgment nnd the result of the Judgment. This Is not the Judgment set forth In Revelation 20:11-H- , but precedes that one nt lenst one thousand years. I. The Judge (v. 31.). It Is the Son of .Man, the one who came and died to redeem the human nice, and who now being clothed with mnjesty and power will net as Judge. Those who accept him now shall not come Into the Judgment (John 5:24). II. The Time (v. 31). This will be when the Lord comes In his glory, accompanied by a retinue of glorious angels. This will tnUe plnce nfter he has gathered the elect remnant of Israel. There will be no resurrection In connection with this Judgment. III. The Place (v. 31). It will be on his glorious throne. This throno will be most surely In the It.nil of Israel. The Prophecy of Joel, third chapter, and Zcchnrlah 1 :l-ninko It to be In or near Jerusalem. The angel said to AlHry, "Thou shalt call his name Jesus; he shlill he great mid shall be called the son of the highest; and the Lord Cod shall give unto him the throne of his father David; and he shall reign over the house of Jacob forever, mid of Ids kingdom there shall he no flirt." (Luke 1 Just us there was u literal place and a literal king there shall be n literal throne. IV. The People Judged (vv. These will be the living nations upon the earth after the church has been translated (I Thess. I :(!, 17). These are tho nations to whom the gospel of the kingdom shall be preached, Just prior to the coming of the end. "And this gospel of the kingdom shall he preached In all the world for witness unto all nations and then shall the end come" (.Matt. 21 :U). This gospel Is dlstlligulshtsl from tho gospel of the grace of Cod which Is now being preached. The preachers of this gospel will ho Jews (Rev. 7 mid Rom. 11). These nro the brethren In the flesh, of the Lord, they that move among the 'nations of tho world with the. fctiirtJJng iiiissagejf tlw newsof TP sin-ner1 :31-3332-111 kingdom. Lord's approaching dnil years this nas Deen nis constant of the nations will gladly reoccupation, and now he Invites us to message nnd most kindly rethe become his pupils, nnd offers to teach the king's messengers, giving us all he knows. "All things that I clothing, food, shelter, etc. Othhave heard from my Father I have ers will persecute them, thrusting made known unto you." (John 15:15). them Into, prison, etc. Here tUu. forThe personal worker should cultimer will visit these messengers of the vate the habit of praying dally for all king nnd provide for their wnnts. At d men. This Is not only n positive this time the Judge will separate the (1 Tim. 2:1), but the habit hns nntlons, plnclng the sheep on the right By REV. HOWARD W. POPE many obvious advantages. For Innnd the goats on the left. The "sheep" Moody Dible Inititute, stance, you never meet n person for Ctuctgo nrc those who have given proper treatwhom you have not prayed, nnd this ment to Christ's brethren. The goats j fact gives you a deeper Interest and are those who rejected mid his brethren. If these three classes, TKXT I exhort therefore, that rrayers. 11 stronger faith than would otherwise-the "sheep." "goats," "brethren," be Intercession, and giving of thanks be be possible. Sometimes It Is well to tell the person you nre dealing with kept separate all confusion will be made for nil men. I Tim. 2:1. that you have prayed for hlru scores avoided. The Importance of prayer as a of times. Possibly he mny ask, "Havo preparation Is seen when wo consider you ever seen me before?" V. The lisue of the Judgment, (v. 40, the nature of the "Not to my knowledge." cf. Tho task work. "And yet you say that yon havo upon the Inheri1. The sheep enter before us Is to prayed for me many times?" tance of a prepared kingdom (v. 34). convince men Hint "Yes, sir," 2. The gonts go Into an everlasting '" they are lost, "I cannot understand that" sj fire prepared for the devil and his nnd to persuade "Very likely. Thnt Is one of tho angels (v. 4(1). Tills Judgment shall them to confess mysteries of the Kingdom, nnd there determine their destiny. their sin mid sur- nre many otlir strange things Hint render their lives you cannot unuersrnnu unm you aro The Secret of Comfort. to the Lord Jesus a Christian yourself." The chief secret of comfort lies In Christ. It Is easy It Is well nlso to have n prayer list, not suffering trllles to vex us, nnd In to show a thief and dally remember by nnmo those prudently cultivating our undergrowth or u drunkard whom God has especially laid on our of small pleasures, since very few that he Is a sin- hearts. As ji rule It Is easy to speak great ones, alas I nre let on long lenses. ner, and needs to those for whom we hnvo often Sharp. salvation; but it prayed. Gypsy Smith tells us that Love Thy Neighbors. Is not ensy to when ho was converted he ImmediateI would tear out my own henrt If persuudo a re- ly becamo anxious for the conversion It had no better disposition than to spectable, moral of his uncle. Among Gypsies It was love only myself, and Inugh at all my mail that he Is a sinner simply not considered proper for children to neighbors. Pope. he has not nccepted Christ viis address their elders on the subject of his Savior. Sin Is so subtle, mid llie duty; and so the boy Just prayed, and Live by the Day. human heart so stubborn, that only The secret of a sweet nnd Christian tho Holy Spirit can make one seo waited for God to open tho way. Ono life Is learning to live by the day. It that unbelief Is the crowning sin of day his uncle noticed a liolo In his trousers, nnd said, "Rodney, how Is It la the long stretches that tire us. all. worn the your thnt you The common Idea Is that work Is pnnts so have fustcr knees of much than tbo rest A Hope Begun. the main business of the Christian, of them?" Immortality does not consist of nn mid n little prayer Is necessary to "Uncle, I have worn them out prayargument completed, but In a hope help Hie work along. Christ's Idea ing you, thut God would make yoa .Vt'wcll Dwlght IIIllls. entirely different. In his thought n for Christian;" and then tho tears prayer Is our chief business, with Just Consideration of the Morrow, cume, of course. Calm mid prudent consideration of enough work to iuuko n channel Nothing more was said, but tho the morrow, so far from being a sin, through which tho spiritual forces undo put his arm around tho boy and generated by prayer may Mud an outIs one of the very first Christian dudrew him close to his breast, and In ties, and Is so taught by the Holy Ghost let. n llttlo whllo was bending his Prayer Is tho bow that supplies tho to tho same Saviour. When wo knees In the Now Testament; where people wear nro especially enjoined to'Iubor, work- force mid work Is tho fenther that our clothes thin In praying for othing with their hands the thing which gultles the arrow to Its destination. ers, wo shall not And It hard to speak Is good, that they may have to give to "If yo shnll ask I will do," he says. to Uiem If tho opportunity occurs. In other words, Christ Is still doing him that needeth. Keble. the work that ho "began to do" (Acts Horrible Can Lose Its Horrors. 1:1), and ho Invite-us- to help him Healing and Health. And If my compassions aro to bo o by prayer, whereas too many Chris- Plvlno healing Is for tho sinner. like n health Is for the saint. One heals Hans think that they urc currying on I must river thnt never knows drought cultlvute 11 freshness of sight. tho work, but need n little help from and the other keeps he healed welL him. What your Idea Is may best bo Tho horrible can loso Its horrors. Tho determined by estimating the amount dally tragedy can becomo tho dally V Intervention la Opposed, commonplace. Therefore must I ask Paris. Intervention by tho United of time you spend lu working for tho I tho Lord for tho dally gift of discernLord utui tho amount speut lu pruyer. States In Mexico rather would tend to ing eyes. "Lord, that I may recclvo Yea, wo are Iguoraut, hut thank I complicate the situation than to uinel my sight," aud It new Jesus has morning. Give recelvo power every lorato It, according to staterueiit Cod wo cuu all leurn. tno tho to sea made by Francisco I.coii de la Hurra, opened 11 school of pruyer In which, tho common as well as tho uncomif we will, wo may learn tho divine mon! Mexformer provisional President of May that which Is familiar ico, In referring to dispatches received urt. And' what 11 teacher I How pa- stnrtlo mo every day. With an alhow with dull ways lu Paris to tho effect that American tient, Interest may I I Intervention In the Southern republic scholars Ami how much ho knows reveal "tho compassions of tbo Lord. about, the, subject For eighteen, huti; wus potalhle. Seme ceive ceive them the Praying for All Men com-mun- I ). I I be-fu- 1 11 g nowly-nwnkene- d V Page KlRtit Tllu CITIZEN September I, HMO. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else - In full br th' wriur. Th nme No cormpomlrnec publUhn! unl an eTMtnr of gotxl faith. Writ ptilntjr. It not for publication, but tar- and wife, after n pleasant three weeks' vlit in the West, are back home again. Several from here attended the circus held in Winches-to- r last Friday and report a good tune and lots of fun. People have begun to cut and house their toKenneth Neal, of bacco here. Lanrenrebiirg. visited hi uncle a couple of days last week. John E. Matherly visited relatives in Winchester last Thursday and Friday. Frank Sliry bought the farm of Kilniond Brookshire's Ial week for $3,000- Protracted meetings are now going on at Corinth Baptist Church and Hound Tree Methodist Church, near here, at thi tune. We had no school last week, as it was Institute Week, and no school tomorrow as it is a holiday. Wili. JACKSON COUNTY liam Burch is visiting his daughter, Gray Hawk Gray Hawk, Aug. 21). Tho good near Raker Station, a few days of Lord is sending us a good rain to- this week. Watermelons jam now day, which is badly needed. Wc selling here at four cents per pound. have bail one of the best seasons OWSLEY COUNTY for years. Corn is moderately Conkling good. Tobacco is good here. All Miss Hattio Conkling, Aug. 30. kinds of garden stuff is good. The POWELL COUNTY good old meeting, conducted by tho M inter is visiting Mrs. Elia McCol- Vaughns Mill Ilev. Van Fersum, was well attended, luni. M. A. and Susie Wilson are Vaughns Mill, Sept. 1. By the oc willi good interest at each meeting. visiting, Mrs. L. F. Morgan at Jack casional showers corn will make a Mrs.VanForsum, who lias pneumonia son. Eld. J. W. Anderson, Mrs. J. full crop, but early corn had gone too fever, is convalescing at this writ- S. Rowland and daughter, Winnie, far to make anything like a normal ing. The Ilev. Littoral, our district attended the North District Associa yield. The tobacco here, though not superintendent, lias been holding tion. which was held at Irvine, Fri a great acreage, is being housed meeting two nights and one day at day, Saturday and Sunday. There rapidly and is much better than Gray Hawk, this week. He is a line was a pie supper at Brooksville, Fri most all observed by tho writer m preacher and worthy man. J. II. day night. Mrs. Kate Evans is real Clark and Montgomery counties ee sick at her home on Doe Creek. Begley is doing jury service at lat week. The only fruit in abunthis week, also T. J. Itobinson Hardin Taylor and Miss Julia Moore dance here this year was Mrs. Louisa were married on Tuesday of last and Lewis Hagel. peaches. Apples twenty- Tincher, who has been visiting in week. Jim Carroll and Miss Blanch five percent. Garden truck has Owslev county for some time, is Lyttlo were married on Tuesday, taken on new life with the recent back at J. H. Bingham's for the August 121 h. rains, and the housewives are a- Goochland winter. snred nlentv of lain vecnlnliles. Bond Goochland, Aug. 28.- -J. W Martin.' vlich UCy are rPailjl. (aki,)g calv Bond, Aug. 30. Wc arc having I. M. Cox and son. Andy, left her" of. The melon crop was almost a some fine weather while cool nights today with their cattle for Rich- complete failure, though there are and winds speak of fodder saving mond, Ky., where they will market plenty on the market for those who time. Corn crops are looking well. tlieni. Rev. James Lunsford is hold- care to pay the extortionate'ltl'lce The threshers are revealing the ing a revival this week, in which from 50 cents lo SI. 00 apiece The fact that wheat crops were very the people are greatly interested. AssoPowell county Sunday-schobad, much below normal crops. Nathan Williams, from Illinois, is ciation will hold its convention at Henry McQueen and Karl Davis, visiting relatives at Ibis place, Powell's Valley Church, near Clay who have bad bilious fever, are Nathan Jones and Robert Shouse. 'City, on Saturday. September G. A both about well again. J .T. Brewer He will return home at the end of nice program will be rendered, of has returned home from Harlan the week. Tobacco crops in Ibis which Mr. Vaughn will be the princounty, wbero be had been to work, community are very good. The new cipal speaker. Ilev. J. R. Turpin and is now working in a tobacco barns are being completed. Mrs. closed a Ion days' tent revival at crop for Richard Parsley, of Long Elizabeth Kates is selling out. Spout Spring, yesterday. Rev. S. V. Branch. Robert E. Taylor is serv- making ready to go to Hamilton. 0., Larison of Clay City, assisted by the ing on the jury in the Jackson to live; where her son. Richard Rev. II. F. Hall, began a week's county Circuit Court this week. Kates, has purchased a house and meeting at Little Creek srhool house "Uncle Bill" Taylor has been visit- lot for her. The people have been last Saturday. The new pike from ing relatives in Rockcastle county suffering from cold for the past Clay City to the Clark county line for a few days. Tim Mooro is very two weeks, but are improving some is almost complete, with the expoorly at Ibis writing, with rheu- now. We aro trusting tho "llu" ception of a few spaces, which It matism. W. H. Davis returned, will not return again. Miss Okla is thought will be finished by cold Monday, from Lexington. Ill, where Martin will start to Berea, Septem- wont her. II. (i. Crablree is in a he has been working for several ber 15. to enter school, where she hiopital at Lexington siilfering from weeks. H. C. Davis invited quite a will remain the Mowing year. an altaok of typhoid fever. Millard number of friend and relatives to Miss Sada Parsons, the teacher of Carr says he will stay in Powell an "home gathering," Martin school, has dismissed school countM good roads or bad ones, today, in honor of bis son, Henry and gone home to visit her parents. but Mr. Carr is looking forward to Davis, who recently returned from The pupils are anxiously awaiting the time when areoplanes will he y. overseas duties in France anil her return Mr. and Mrs. Millard as cheap as autos, when be can fly guests Anderson visited Mr. and Mrs. Gil- through the air, consequently avoidAbout twenty-si- x were present anil all enjoyed them- bert Alcorn, of Sand Gan. Satur ing the mud. "Red" John Ililoy selves fine. Jerry York and others day and Sunday, last. Misses Elh! has moved back here from Clark rtl...! me from this place attended court at aim unnsieen f oo,ey were II . Pomily . After being dormant for McKee this week as witnesses in pleasant guests of Miss Jossie and S0m; ljlIlfi m(, oj, js rovivinj. tho case of County Judge W. F. Okla Martin. Sunday. nmi, un((,r th(, p,ans r (h(. Samly Johnson. Norton and Company are Scoville 0l company, w10 mvo ieascd gcv- preparing lo drill for oil on the Scoville, Aug. 29.- -T. J. Flanery. of oral lltin(enl acros ,,,,, an(1 0X)(!cl Blue Lick, spent the week-en- d with: to ,)0gin operations within a short land of Bradloy Johnson. relatives at this- - placeMrs. Emory tllM(. Horo.s h0ln(J t, Witt , fln(, Witt, Sept. 1. Since tho recent Maupin and Maude Wilson. orLeb-- 1 0l Wu , lcal paper rains crops are looking flno in anon. Ohio, are visiting Ibeir par- -, wllBri, iVa SIIKKOStol to employ this country. The meeting begun at ents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin WiHon- .-l nfflcin lasl()rs to ascorlain wlintlicr Station Camp Church, August 29, Mrs. Grover Murrol and children ,)eop contains Inoro lhan lwo au(J will continuo all Hie week. Tho spent Wednesday night and Thurs- - lhrt.fi.folu.tlfl M,rooi alcohol he-dwill, her sister. Mrs. Virginia fon, it C01ll(, school at Hawk Fork is progressing a()W(.(J lo 0 , nicely, with Miss Edith Broughton McPherson and Fannie Rowland markt for sal(! n,.,.. wo know as tcaoher. Several from this placo spent Saturday night wiht Miss Jen- -, a of cha)S hm w() wout ,,e Several people ofKlai, , wo,.k for mM attended County Court at Richmond. nil Bowman , Uml Miss Lathe Edwards is very poor- this place attended the "Holy Rol- -I ,,llsilinsS( aml wo ll0,.V0 ,llPy wou(1 lor,' as it is termed, at Vincent laat niak(, th KOvorninnnt splendid hands ly at this writing. Saturday night and Sunday.-Cly- do Log Lick at nnlel!,i 10,11.." Log Lick, Aug. 31. Sam Adams, Judd and Miss Nellie Tyro surprised ' 0w pal,.ick of ai.K(jt( ,a vislUllg of Edina, Mo., a former rosident of their many friends by going to I relatives in Valley View, Tex., at this community, is visiting relatives Beattyvillo last Saturday and get- this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest here for a couple of weeks, after an ting married. Wo wish them much Baker left last week to make their ,. Ball, Rev. of Moniac, future home at Akron, Ohio. absenco of eight years. Tho pro joy. Tho tracted meeting at tho Log Lick preached at the Buck Creek Graded Clay City Graded and High School opened today with Miss Jennio 'Jiiinn, of Georgetown, principal; Miss Ruth Wash, of Lexington, first assistant, ami Miss Alono Walihe, of Brookstown primary teacher. Miss Vnla McKnighl, of this placo, and Miss Lillio Christopher, or Spout Spring, expeot lo enter Berea Collego for tho fall term. Granny before-the-wa- r Returns to its Catherine Phillips passed away at high standard of quality her homo in Clay City on Tuesday, August 20th, at tho ripo old ago of ninety-tw- o years. Charloy Phillips, ---of Indianapolis, a son, came to at tend (ho funeral. "Whlzzer" G. W. lake pleasure in saying to our rentiers that this fair is worthy of your patronage, from the faet that Jackson county is breaking forth from the old lime customs and making advancement in agriculture anil llvo stock, and the management or Ibis fair is tho best, and the largo crowds of mountain people that attend the fair make it a most enjoyable place to go, that you may meet Tho old friend and acquaintances. exhibits in their Floral Hall are and the exhibits of live stook are very comendablo for that section. We feel safe in saying that if you attend this fair you will never regret it but will bear witness to our statement. thi-veeMc-Kblack-berries;jol ed Oer-manI 1 . christian Church will begin SaturJACKSON COUNTY FAIR The Citizen are day, September tUh, by the Ilev. Tho readers of requested to read Iho advertisement Hudspeth, of Ileroa, assisted by the of (he Jackson County Fair in rliis pastor, the Ilev. James Lunsford, of Dreyfus. We are looking forward issue, to lie liolii at A. T. Nral to a good ineetuiff.-D- r. ICy., on September 18, IK, 20. 0 Hond-Annvlll- o, 1 1 school house from the third Saturday night until the following (Wednesday night. The report from the oil well which is being drilled on M. M. Flattery's place plenty of nit waler and still drilllng.-i-MrsJuriah Hydcn is visiting hci) son, Cril Myden, of Jackson and also her daughter, Mrs. Nettie Lanilrtim. Mrs. Morton Treadway and Miss Lora Treadway were visitors at the Muck Creek Graded School last Wednesday. Mrs. Treadway was formerly n teacher in the school. Earnestvllle Earnestville, Aug. 2d. TJie holiness people have been having church at Ncedmore for the past few days, and a record breaking crowd al tended lo see and hear. Mr. Wooluni preached to a largo crowd at Delvinta. Sunday; plenty of dinner served on the ground, and everybody enjoyed tho day. II. C. Roberts preached at Moores, Saturday and Sunday. George Gablmrd and sister, Dora, of Midillctown, UM are isiting relatives at this place. Mrs. Frank Canter's wife and children, also Mrs. U. T. Thomas were the guests of C. A. Gabbnrd, Saturday night. Win. Gabbard and family and Mrs. 1). E. McColluni went lo Beatlyville, Saturday. Mrsi Maliuda Jackson is visiting lier daughter, Mrs. Ella Moore, G. P. G'lhhard purchased i line lamb from Jess Kidd for ?l. Awit Kate Begley departed this life, August 21. She was nearly ninety old. She years leaves several grandchildren and a host of friends lo mourn her loss. . Clark and wife are spending a month at Kansas City with their near kin. We need such a tiddlers' contest here as was pulled olT in Berea recently, to wake this county up, in a musical sense Blue Lick, gie us more personal news. CLAY THE BIG JACKSON COUNTY FAIR BOND ANNVILLE, KY. COUNTY Vine Vine, Aug. 21). Born to Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Pennington a boy; his Mrs. M. L. Fer name is Wilson. guson, who has been visiting rela tives at Cartersville, Berea and Big Hill, has returned home. Miss Rosa Caliban, of Big Hill, is visiting rel atives at this place. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Pennington arc the proud parents of a bouncing boy; his name is Edward. Mrs. Lizzie Pennington, who has been visiting relatives at Paint Lick, has returned home. Several from this place attended the show at Burning Springs, Monday. September 18, 19, 20, 1919 The BIGGEST and BEST Fair in Eastern Kentucky; the place where people come from seven mountain counties, to meet, to greet their visiting friends from different sections of Kentucky. Big races each day of exciting nature; Merry Midway, consisting of Big Shows and Amusements. FLORAL HALL full of farm products and handiwork. Foot races, ball games and everything to entertain and please the mountain people. Come to this Fair, if you are seeking pleasure. It will be a fine time to take vacation in a BEAUTIFUL, HEALTHY, MOUNTAIN Valley with friendship and hospitality galore. Don't forget the dates of this Fair, and that you and your family and friends are invited to attend. W. R. Reynolds, Prei. are having pleasant weather and not any serious sickness is reported in the neighborhood. K. L. Browning, of Danville, III., is visiting his invalid mother. W. M. Downey has returned from France and meets a warm welcome from his many friends at this place. Mrs. B. F. Downey has been taken to Hie Berea College Hospital, where she has undergone a serious operation, but is reported to be improving nicely. Malcom Malcoin, Aug. 30. We Wm. Dunigan, Sec. or Mrs. II. II. Harris nnd Alger Harris have sold out their personal property, with the intention ot starting lo Illinois in a row days to liv Glalha Bcugo is the guest or Florence Miller, or Jenks. 11 G. Blcknell is vmlmg his brother, John, in Detroit, Mich. Ynteman and Albert Bicknell ami Weld (entry motored through her, Thursday, eu route rrom Illinois to the homes or their parcnLs, Mr. and Mrs. James Bicknell. and Mr. and Mrs. Boain Gnlr. respectively Ann Bicknell, who is teaching near guest Richmond, was the week-en- d of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bicknell, or Locust Branch. Religious serv ices were held at the Hay-ilRise graveyard, Sunday, by the Rev. Hubert Gentry. There were llvo converts. en ,,, ,,,,, - ,, ay , - No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Hour Once Tried Always Used loins of nature's deadly plague. Late corn and beans are coming in, while ineli.iis and tomatoes, hindered by the severe drouth In July, aro abundant. Consequently, the lamentations in some localities would equal that of the children of Israel 111 Hie desert of sin with ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Ibeir supply or "garlic" and cuDisputanta cumbers "cut OIL" This is a wonDisputanta. Aug. 20. Mr. an.l derful age. Tho most unprececelebrated Mrs. R. A. Swinford dented conditions in both the natutheir golden wedding day, August ral and material order of things I 'J, with 29. lit Ibeir seven children, nh tain without eliciting comment Mrs. Mary Evans. Mrs. S. J. Moore, or consternation, because we, as a M. V. Swinford, L. F. Swinford, Mrs. ohn-dianation, aro taught to J. C. Wood, Mrs. W. G. Mullms and yield unresisting acqui'senee lo S. Swinford. There' were sev J. (he will of Providence without eral other members of the family ( murmuring at the divine dispensapresent. Among the gnosis were tion. This is true christian resMrs. C. A. Estnilge. of West Point. ignation. Ilev. Paul Dertlnrk. Miss., and Ilev. Mr. H. L. Ponder, or Messrs. Gotidy and Hart, of Berea Gauley, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Swinrord College, were visitors on Blue Lick, received some nice presents, and Sunday. Rev. Derlhick gave a after the good dinner which every- most lucid and inspiring exposition one enjoyed, the party met around nf "Be temperate in all the les-o- n the family altar and were led in things." The sweeping assertion prayer by the Rev. II. L. Ponder. that dancing is one of the intemConway perate practices agitated an arguConway, Sept. 1. Rev. Blair held ment on the part of some of the services at Conway school house, TerpisrlH.rean advocates, which will Sunday, instead of wailing for his be continued ad libitum. Rev. Win. regular appointment always on the Lynch of Jackson county has been llrst Sunday. He is planning lo at- holding a series oT meetings at Blue tend the association in Harlan about Lick. A parked house with giod Ihat time. Everybody is making, oiiler and reverent attention has ready for the association at Fair-vie- w characterized the audience. It t the rollowing week, beginning absolutely beyond human comprethe 9th or September, lasting three hension how- humble mountain days; everybody is hoping to have preachers, with Uioir sententious a nice time. They will bring plenty axioms, their homely maim, their or dinner for all. Mr. and Mrs. rude can drnma and mysliei-Johnalhan Wynn, of this place, re- arouse a religions fervor and emoSunday. August 31st, tion, and with Hint weird, lumed home peculiar atter a delightful visit. They bavn chant hold an audience visiting relatives in Harlan of been their own element which an county. Granny Wynn, of Conwny, educated preacher fails to awom-plU- h. is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Creech Truly, "great is the mystery We wish of godliness." Quite n ilulightrul of Harlan at the present her an enjoyable visit. Mr. and Mrs. home coming and bouse purty have J. M. Bailey are visiting relalivos in been convened at the home of John Jackson county for the past week. Johnon. of this section, the past They are expected to return Tues- wiM'k. Clyde and Stanley, his sons, day the 2nd. Roy Lewis and sisler. returned trotn overseas. Their Ollie, of Whitesburp, aro visiting snler, Miss Myrtle Johnson, who is their aunt, Mrs. S. P. Caudill, or employed as a nurse at the Win at Conway chester City Hospital, camo homo. Conway. Sunday-schovery slowly; only -- Albert Baker and wire (Mr. is progressing very Tew young rolks attended Sun- Johnson's daughter and day. Older rolk.s should Join in with ami two nieces motored through us and help to carry on the good rrom Indianapolis, also Miss Sproule work instead or going and looking or Aurora, III., who is spending her over their rarms. Hanlin Spark-ma- n, vacation w ith Mr. and Mrs. Johnson or Conway, is reported siek at and other relatives, comprised tho this writing happy party. Born to the wire or Preston Harris, a daughter Uncle Sam llolliiisworth entertained tin MADISON COUTNY crowd rrom church. Sunday, with a Wallaceton Sept. I. Daniel splendid watermelon reast and an Wallacelon, Botkin is gelling belter riom a elaborate dinner that would havo caused Mr. Hoover, Ibis time last severe cae or typhoid rover. to have expostulated witli Roy Botkin is still confined to his year, bed, his lower limbs being par- severe criticism. Panola Corn alyzed rrom his hips down. Panola, Sept. Tobacco cutting and tobacco are looking well in this part. Tobacco Is being housed now and housing has begun. It is preripe, because ot the D. S. Botkin sold his maturely in a hurry. farm and mill lo Jess Alford or drought. Thomas Kindred and wire visitors, Monday H. Kidd were Kingston Crab Orchard Tor $3,500. bought the houso and lot in Wal- 25th. -- Omalio Clirisinan, or Vogel, Mose was the guest or Martha Carr ror lacelon Irom Olio Boain. Hiitchins is making his tobacco a revv days. Mr. and Mrs. Oo Carr stick mill hum. The sticks aro In have returned rrom a pleasant trip Thos. Todd is threshing thru Northern Ohio. Mrs. S'allio demand. tho wheat In this vicinity; the turn- Brandenburg, or Cincinnati, ()., was Mrs. Gadd is the guest or her parents, Mr. and out is ''very bad. teaching school in Wallaceton and Mrs. Jess Brandenburg, last week. Mrs. Pearl Owens and ohildren, ot is having n good average in attend Tho Sabbath schools In Franklin, O., aro visiting relalivos. ance Hula and Glalho Patrick, or Vogel, Wallacelon at both churches aro progressing nicely with good at- were guests or Elba Clirisinan, Samuel WIHord Is In Tuesday. Jolumlo and Stetson Kintendance. Wm. dred visited tho family of Andy Casev county buying stock. Henry and Clarenco Wilson wero In Isaaos, Sunday. Our citizens aro much-neede- d 11 promoting pike our midst Saturday buying stook. from Panola to Jaokson county, via Blue Lick Blue Lick, Sept. 1. Fearful pre Locust Branch. They aro mooting dictions in regard lo the possibility with much encouragement from all. Tho family or Wallace Clirisinan, and dire consequences of an early aro enterUlncd by people of or Vogol, spent Sunday with tho frost this section on account of tho sud- family of David Kindred, of Htella Kindred is spending den drop in tho temperature Sweet potato vines and tobacco a lew days in Kingston and Richleaves In low ground show symp mond with relatives. Tho families m ol w) 1 ESTRIDGE SCHOOL Paint Lick, Ky., R. No. 1 The Pie Supper, ot the F.strnlge School Saturday night, August 30, was a success; notwithstanding the fact Ihat there were only seen pies. The civility or the audience was a su'ces within Itself. Owing to two sudden cases of Illness, there were a number of girls who could not make pies. The pro ceeds nmoiinleil lo $rt.75. The teacher and pupiN are not at all discouraged. They are planning to make another pie supper and an ice cream supper in the near future, (he pro reeds or winch will go to rent an orpin, and buy a globe and ome The teacher ir Eatridcr is desperately in earnest, and the children who route regularly have raught Hie spirit, and together Itiey Ure making strenuous elforls toward grniliiue and carrying nut monthly examinations successfully The parents have a standing in vitation lo ho present at the end of each month, nnd see how well the children understand Iho work g ne over. There are a number or transient children in Eslridgc school, Irom 10 to M years or age, who cannot read. Some ot these children sbitl rrom one district to another and don't go to rhool anywhere. It is high time such children were toreed into sHmnl and kept there, ir we me to stamp out illiteracy TEMPERANCE NOTES An Associated Press dispatch from Tokio slates that a movement has been projected in Japan to slop the rbarU. - manufacture of ake, Japan's national alcoholic drink, which is distilled from rice. "The end or Iho war has brought no cheek to tho steady increae in I he prico or necessities or lifo nnd tho soaring cost i.r rice, which is Iho staplo rood or the Japanese people, is becoming a grave problem tor tho government-ThJapanese Temperance Sooiety has presented a memorial to tho government urging the prohibition or making or sake." It Is also stated that Hie Emperor has become alarmed over (he living conditions or his people and has ordered investigation or the situation. No Amorican who has been around the world will have anything to say against Great Britain's rule or subject nations. British control or India and Egypt bus been a blessing. But the British government is doing nothing to check tho iucreaso in drink consumption In India which Is appalling (0 observers in that country. FARMS TOR SALE D11-Iu- lh. Largo and small, also a few house) and lots in town. II you want lo sell, tell mu about it, or wiito mo. W. F. KIDD, ad.-7l- L Berea, Ky. I