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P-ypf.rl The Citizen BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, BOMB-RUINE- D vol. xx r. rive Onls Per Copy. to the Interests of tlie Coujnta.in People SEPTEMBER 18, 1010. Knowledge Is Power and the way to keep up with modern Knowledge Is lo read a good Newspaper. One Dollar and Fifty Cents Per Year No. 12 A Public Office a Public Trust Caucus titm is huro once more. The different gentlemen who serve the public in various offices have not been elected for life, and a good many elections will be taking place in November. Now is the time to decide upon the candidates for these positions. It is our custom to have two political parties called Republican and Democrat each of whi: his an organizoffices. ation designed to capture-publiThese parties represent two different plans for the public welfare in national affairs. Hut in state, county and city affairs they merely represent two "crowds" of men each of which desires to capture and hold public offices. Probably it is unfortunate that we draw the same lines in state and local affairs that we draw in national affairs. In local affairs the chief thing is to get good and honorable men, and it makes practically no difference whether they are Republicans or Democrats in national affairs. The "Caucus" becomes a very important institution although it is not mentioned in state or national constitution. At the "Caucus" the voters of each party are invited to meet and select their candidates. On election day the common voter has only his choice of voting for the men who have been nominated by the two political parties. If he wants to have good men to vote for he must be on hand at the "Caucus." c ' HOME OF OSCAR LAWLER OUICK RATIF GAIN World News The President is across the country In defenso of the Treaty and tho Lcaguo of Nations. Tho Japanese question and the apparently preponderant posiMinority Report Cites Losses tion of England in tho Lcaguo seem to bo leading matters of opposition. Threatened by Amendments. Some of the Senators arc following the President, speaking in opposiOF PACT tion. HITS OPPONENTS Declar Delay Will Make Victory In War Empty Calls Action of the Republican Leaders "Government of Obstruction." OF TREATY IS ASKED thusiasts reception as ho moves receiving en- The distinguished prelato of Belgium, Cardinal Mcrcicr, has just arrived as a visitor to tho United Slates to express to our people tho gratitude of Belgium toward us. The King and Queen may visit this Washington, Sept. 12. Rejection of country later. The Cardinal was the German peace treaty with Its an outspoken opponent of German League of Nations covenant or ndop- sac- occupation and was a privileged i i tlon of amendments would mean rifice hy the United States of all con- character, whom even the Germans lltiln of if of Osnir I.awlor, Los Angeles, t'nl which was lilown up by cessions obtained from Germany un- daro not molest. n dynamite hmnh nnil fired with two tank of gnsollne. Mr Luvvler wos der n dictated peace, minority memns'lKlmit 1'nlted States attorney general for the Interior department. Charles bers of tho foreign relations commlt- The Italian leader and patriotic II. Mcdillre was nccused of netting the bomb fn revenge for the breaking of a teo declared In a report presented to enthusiast, Gabriel d'Annuzie, has will by Attorney l.iiuler lie committed suicide. the senate. rallied a large force of his countryTho report presented by Senator men with the purpose of taking Hitchcock of Nebraska, ranking Demsea-po- rt of Fiuma ocratic member of the committee, possession of tho Urged speedy ratification of the con- - by force. Such an act would be Tlio opening of tho term is al- 'followed by tho College and other ventlon without amendments or res--' resented by tho Allies. The Italii i ways an exciting event. Old stu- uuyui iujuuu) im tuvursu uiuui, huu ervatlons. It deplored "the long and an government is seeking lo put unnecessary delay to which the treaty ils seal of disapproval on tho movedents are greeting each other, now so thoy enter Hie building. had been subjected, while locked up The Fall Term is open by a larger attendance of stustudents aro asking tho names of Tho opening song, llko a Doxology, In tho committee whoso recommend-- ! ment, which it looks upon as a dents by several hundred than has ever been known in tho buildings, and of thoir class- is something which belongs to Be- ntlons were from the start a foregone form of mutiny. conclusion," nnd asserted these re- -' mates. The band makes a noise rea, nnil is worth quoting the past. IJerea's invitatioi. is beginning to take effect. A fine statue of Lincoln has just have been made which is called music, the swoct More young men are coming to study agriculture, printmessage, Father, moves my. ommendntlons could "Thy In July. been unveiled in the English city chimes resounded, and hundreds of ing, wood-worand more girls for nursing and home 'heart; Senator Shields (Dem.) of Tennes- of Manchester, in tho north of Engstudents, with thoir gay banners, go In Gods groat Kingdom I've- a see did not sign the report, having land. It is a gift lo the city, and science. While a great many Berea students are away marching from the Ladies Hall lo j nnnounced ,part. that he favored the cov- was accepted by the mayor, after teaching, the Normal Department overflows its boun(ho Chapel. We will praise, and trust, and enant reservations prepared by Chalr- - appropriate addresses emphasizing In the Collegiate Department there is a tremenddaries. man Lodge. It was stated that he serve, and lovo This year thero wero thrco hunreport, the cordial relations between the ous increase. But it is the Academy that over-run- s all In earth below and heaven would not present a separate Hitch-- I two countries. dred moro students in this march Tills section of Those signing In addition to Mr. bounds. Before the first day of the term was over notice above." than ever before. Tho Foundation England was especially sympathotie cock were Senators Williams of Mlhad to be sent out that no more students could be admitSchool goes first, then tho Academy President Frost conducted the slsslppl, Swanson of Virginia, I'ora-- j with our Union in tho days of tho and Vocational, then tho Normal, worship, reading from John's Gos- - creno of Ohio, Smith of Arizona and Civil War, and saw moro clearly ted to the Academy, and the condition is about the same and last tho College When the I)01 Christ's words about choosing I'lttman of Nevada, all Democrats. in the Foundation School. the issues than other parts of Eng"Government by Obstruction." head of the procession reaches tno HjS followers in order that He land. Fathers and mothers who have sent their sons and Chapel door, they halt and tho two .might give them His joy, mako The report contended that the Indusdaughters to Berea may be sure that they will be well lines step apart so that tho Faculty, them not servants, hut friends, and trial world wos "In ferment," the finanRumania has not been willing to taken care of. Some of them will have to sleep on the which brings up tho rear, marches have them understand something of cial world In doubt and commerce assent to the peace treaty which halted, while delay on the treaty had floor the first few nights. And until we have a good down tho two lines of student what God Is doing in tho world. been caused "by the majority of a was made with Austria and which rain fall we shall have to be very careful in saving water. committee known to be out of harmony affects in some respects her InAnd there will be some other hardships caused by. the with the majority of the senate and terests. Tho opposition is based, the majority of the people." This was partly on territorial questions and great number of students which exceeded all expectations. declared to be government by obstruc- partly on tho article which proBut there is also a larger number of teachers than ever tion as well as by minority. vides religious tolerance. Rumania Kentucky University, Transylvabefore, and a great improvement in the outfit at the Ranjom It Paid To Mexicans. Export trade, the report said, had has in her population quite a num The College of the Bible, and nia, suffered because of delay In ratifica Kl I'nso, Toxiih. Six thousanl Boarding Hall, a better organization of student labor, Hamilton College opened this week tion; thnt private credit waited for ber of Jews, against whom the In gold wiik mld to Mexleuns fur and many other improvements. with a total of 3,000 students en- tho release of Dr. .T. W. Smith, mi peace and that this government, which feeling i3 rather bitter. Moreover, Probably it is not generally known that Berea proAmerican, nnil K. .Mon-obelieved to had been advancing to European gov - slio has desired to add a consldcra- rolled in the four institutions. ernments, had about reached the end bio part of tho territory of Hunvides a moving picture show and other entertainment be a subject of Sweden, who were taken from n train near Santa Kulalln, of tho authority given by congress. gary. for its students, besides the music, and the several playA draft from Frankfort for a sum telegrams re- Prlvato enterprise. It asserted, from grounds, and athletic fields. Early this term there is to slightly over ?6000, as tho first in- Chihuahua, according toCity. now on must keep up American comceived from Chlhimhtiu Tho Belgian coal fields arc being Mndison stallment of salaries for merce with Europe. Answering the be a seriesof important lectures by Professor H. H. PowCounty school teachers, was majority, it said exports to Germany rapidly rocovored lo uso. It is be$5,000,000 Fire In New York. ers who is not only one of the highest authorities, but cerNew York. Major John V. II) Inn since tho armistice amounted to only ing found that thoy aro not so bad-I- v by Supt. Ben F. Edwards from tainly the most interesting speaker, on matters of the damaged as was at first sunnoscd. Frankfort last Friday morning. All narovvly escaped death or serious In- 14 cents worth of American products great war. nro greatly pleased at tho prompt jury while Inspecting work of the New for each person In Germany, or two Something over 0jghty perccnt Of person n month, York department In llulitlni: the (lames cents a payment of their salaries. tho output that was obtained be In the .Seme und Fleming oil plant la Denies Merit In Proposals. fore tho war is being mined now. Oreen Point. The Mayor was stnndlm; WATER, WATER I to bo wholly dependent upon tho "Referring to the action of the ma- This makes tho renewal of industry Another Madison County show 100 yards from a large naphtha tank jority of committee," said tho re- in western Europo somewhat moro Wo havo hardly realized how dry Collego water, and that ho fully i,orso Was sold at a fancy price when tho tank exploded with a roar, port, "wo the unite In opposing and con- hopeful. Tho destruction of facunderstood that the Collego does this week, when Harry Francis, of sending Mazing oil In all directions it has been for tho last few wooks, demning the recommendations both as It might continue to but tho effect on tho College Wator not 8uranlco to furnish water ppaint Lick, sold tho crack chest-Wor- Firemen saiddays. The last great bun to textual amendments and as to pro- tories and tho carrying off of malire when it does not have a surplus ho-- 1 nut marc Flashlight, to Avery S. for several posed reservations. As far ns tho chinery will causo delay. is quilo alarming In HV.Kt, 11,0 rcal needs of lta own Coonlcy, of Chicago, for $3,500. In the same plant,Damages continued proposed textual amendments are con- Wo all rcmembor our' great Joy voni1 ahuott a week. estimated cerned. we see no reason to discuss ftigar T. Doty has been showing st S.r.000,(HR) ; over fifty Injured. when Doctor Pearsons gavo fSO.OOO st'uIunt3. Tho fal of l" Russian leader, their character at length. In our opln-- 1 now ar - his beautiful animal at tho Kcn- buo" nn cxlSonov nas for tho Water Works. Since that Ion they have no merit, but whether Kolchak, seems lo shift from, day rlve(1 aml 1,10 walcr ,s oul n t"cky Mrs with great success all llmo tho Collego has expended MILK .16 CENTS IN ST. LOUIS they be good, bad or Indifferent, their to day. At ono time the reports 815,000 moro in getting additional from oula,do Parlios except every summer, and ho capped tho climax by tho senate can hnvo no dicato that ho has been forced to 11 13 hy taking several of tho principal Producers Announce Price Will Be Ad- possible effect except to defeat the springs. Just now it has in hand rnornin8 at nal Past 3,x. whon withdraw from a position and' the turncd on for 1,ftooa mlal rings at tho Stato Fair at Louisvillo participation of the United States In ncxt rcports claim lhat Ul0 vanced on Thursday Hlflh Cost of two oxpensivo projects for Increas- t got walcr for drink. Wlth her this week. Production Reason Given. ing tho supply. One is tho pur- - alIow ZY'ot them could by any pos-- ov,kil ar0 being driven back. Ho. purpose. chaso of additional springs whioh " 1,u' St. Louis, Sept. 11. The retail price slblllty be accepted by even tho great is a strong man, but too conserva-natlo"'rant"";' Hie Co lege is Two More Madison Boys Welcomed can bo piped into tho present sys-- 1 associated with the United Uv a leader to meet tho approval of milk will bo raised from 15 to 10 tern, and tho other is tho constru- e- a'""'H Home Y u,av,uu"uu," , cents a quart hero Thursday, milk pro- States In the war, and none of them of tho masses. Tho Allies seem to Hon of a great reservoir in tho wa ,r ClosoU , mcn8 donnllor,os Many friends hero are wclcom-nioutitai- ducers announced. Increased cost of could by nny possibility be dictated depend on his success for the uni- ,,y l'v,'r ot ""'a"sing home a couplo moro of Madi- - production Is given as tho reason for to uermnny. 10 adopt nny one of fyiru? of Russia moro than any- hut neither of th.'soi ore inslructe.l that thoy nnist wa.u fi0n3. 8laIwart young song them, therefore, Is equivalent to reprojects helps Just now. who tho new price. thing else, and faco? ,n jecting the treaty. Pf.nwU wont to war at tho call of thoir When tho Water Works woro first !hoIr peace conference Somo "Tho has acted installed, and during threo-fourtf Wora hayo forgotten the country an(j i,avo Just rolurncd FOR COLLECTIVE BARGAINING finally upon the treaty. Great Britain of the year still, tho Collego .,.s sroat blosslngs and favor whioh honK, Oll0 of ,hom ig Lieut Germany has received the demand has ratified It ; France Is nbout to do In Meeting at navo o v,. moro water than is nccdod for its Hed Houso, ?f D- - Grccn' who Farmers Institute so, and with tho action of one other of tho Allies to chango her now Deprecates Criminal havo 83,(1 eamo back recently, and has been own boarding halls, dormitories, and 80 ,muoh r llJ l,m? ? power It will In all human probability constitution and amend tho olauso Prosecution. power plant, and it has been fur- - and dono, unpleasant things. visiting his parents thero and bo In actual operation even before the which gives tho German population 'vni ,n,( 'ov"1 Jto"llf1n liaa don(1' friends in Richmond. Ho has just nlshing water to as many neigh- -' Chlcngo, Sept. 12. Resolutions dep- senate of the United States reaches a of Austria a voico In tho lower l ho pono lo Jacksonville, Fla, where ho recating crlmlnnl prosecutions direct- dl,clslon- bors as desired it and wero within l,,ing8 w,n oh, ,nad bo,llor houso of tho legislative body. Ger- I,e uo cuu accepted a polstion ns rcprcson- - ed ngalnst fanners' organizations nnd ' ,UV roach. Each ono of those noighbors llorVnr' furtherPeae confercnce many protests against this action power to brlnir declaring for collective bargaining possesses Ilius supidtiMl has slated thai he talivo of tho Standard " ,uw " wero ndopted nt n meeting of the German representatives to Paris. Tho a?( loo,b,rusk and, "I0,3,0 ,ffob,ie i.oi us an pray tor nun and rea- had somo well or cittern so aj hot Company, of Loulsvillo. The American Co operative Institute In Provo that H & Wob. tho power of compulsion has been ex- son. other boy who has Just roturned Hotel Sherman. The beetlng was pre hausted. Germany was told whero to n0 c,lanB0, howovcr, will havo to CONTENTS made, as it Is clearly contrary is Captain Charloy Georgo. Cant. sided over by J. u, .Miller of Onlva, III., sign und whon to sign, nnd when to George, liko Lieut. Green, mad6 a president of the Illinois Farmers and ratify, and Germany has closed the to tho Peaco Treaty, LECTURES ON THE WAR PAGE 1. Editorials: A Public Of Somo attempt Is being mado to lino record In tho army and is boins Grain Healers' association, and wos at- chapter by signing nnd by ratifying. lice a Public Trust; Keren's Ki' given a cordial welcomo homo again. tended by delegntes from farm organ- Germany cannot bo compelled to do chango tho location of the cap,tal By the Man Who Knows izations, agricultural publications and anything moro or different with regard ' Family. U. S. .News; State Register railroad agricultural agents from the to this treaty by being confronted with 'ty f U, LoagUO f NaUons fr0m and Can Tell News; World News. Speclnl an amended trenty whether once a GpnPVa ,0 Brussels. Sentiment middle West. Article Concerning Water Supday or week. Thero must bo vors no choice- - of tho Bolgian oity, Dr. II. H. Powers, of Boston, Dr. Sampey In Richmond ply. ultimata In a treuty by hut arrangements havo already been a, the most Interesting Many from this County who havo MEXICANS TAKE 3 AMERICANS a finality to If nn compulsion. umended trenty Is mado for tho location In Geneva. PAGE 2 General News; Governor man who over spoko In Berea, is heard Doctor John ft. Sampsoy, of not signed iy eriuany, then It Is In A beautiful slto noar tho lako has Morrow's Speech. to give a course or Illustrated es Louisville, will Le interested to U. 8. Citizens Captured by Bandits none of Its parts binding on her. been chosen for tho buildings, Who Blew Up Train Between San on the great war, beginning know that ho will give a series of PAGE 3. Serial Story. "To adopt an amendment or to reLuis Potosl and Tamplco. in Chapel Sunday night. lectures in Richmond, beginning ject the treaty means that tho United which will bo attractive and com4 PAGE The Woman's Club; A States will sncrlllce ull of tho con- modious: Dr. Powers lias traveled for Sunday tho Slit, Ileal Heroine; Local Hems. Washington. Sept. 12. Tho Americessions secured from Germany by a many years through all European Ho is professor of Old Tcsttmont embassy nt Mexico City Is Invescan PAGE 5. Public School News; Adcountries, and ho has maps and interpretation nl tho Southern Bap-li- st tigating an unconfirmed report that dictated peace.so While theso concesvertising. lurgo us sions ure not Cobalt. Ont Sept. 0. A pieluros, and knows what the facts Theological Seminary at Louis-vlll- three Americans, Including two named other nations associated those which volving 23,000 miners which strike Inwith us ro lasted six PAGE C. Farm und Homo News. ami is recognized as ono or tho Jones nnd Ferguson of Tamplco, were aro and how to toll thorn. was brought to a close when In reparations, captured by bandits, who blew up a theless, of tremendous they are, never- weeks PAGE 7. S. S. Lesson; Sermon; The Wednesday night lecture will ablest men in the denomination. Dr. Importance and the miners' union voted to accept tho train between Sun Luis Potoa! and could only bo secured under a Governor's Speech. bo for an admission of 25 cents Satnpcy's lectures will begin Sop-- 1 Tuuiplco. dlctuted terms of settlement offered by the mine managers. The men have resumed peace." PAGE 8. Eastern Kentucky Nows. the others free. (Coutlnasa osi rsgt Two) (Contlansd 1 The Students' Procession I Berea's Big Family j k, I - -' Kentucky News U. SrNews dot-In- n, ro-cei- ed ks "n uuus 'Til f ns ns. - I hs j0 ' Chi-cag- """, ,uun Ico-lur- e, se-cu- on Ptj Eight) work. X I 4. Piigp Two. THE CIT17.KN September IB, 1019 A SHOCK TO AMERICAN COLORS IN BASTILE DAY PARADE C0AiE.s!'0RJ.AAE IN . J'TLL BE FREE jj THE COUNTRY Senator Hitchcock So Characterizes Senator Knox's At tack On tho Pcaco Treaty INSANE FOREIGN POLICY btCUM N6 StK UUS ALL PARTS Of THE OHIO VALLCV COAL FIELDS PUT ONE. GOVERNOR MO RftOW'S Centumers Wlthaut Cntratt 'Paelng Fuel Crti9 Labor ftltnntlon In Wett Virginia SHewt Improvettlent Env bargoes Add to Troubles of Miners Wrptfifi mm tMwta P Morrow's cmni.ilin at I'ltirtli" -- Amendment or Defeat of tho Treaty Would Bo Commercial and Financial Disaster For America, Says Nebraska ' Clinrlish.il, biik a' wmk r ....,r I nlun Nwa 8rnrli W. Va. With' miner in the Kanawha region i . . i,, i.iiti,. ,,,i. nls Senator Washington ( Special), I wl,irlng tlmt any amendment to the treaty of ponce, good or bail, tvnsnnnble or un-iojtibh, tDran.1 tin defeat of the tronty with all Its disastrous Senator Hitchcock of Nebrus-l- i Anicr'i-.wIii I'nrlt on jut iiiii p;is ng through the Ar hot liiumpli during he ti'i'tm niliiiit mart a powerful spewli In thu .Illly Hlil lMT-iiof the full nf the I tan lie. i:i il .Snnte todny nrjrlns: I lint tltc treaty if,i.iiiii lth nir delay and without to HON. MACKENZIE KING declare boldly nanlnst our pnrttrip.i MISS ALICE M'CONNELL1 uuiiHidmint. .Ion in the treaty wttletm-nt- . Inferring to the recent speiieli of "To sny tlmt lie bus minuted the ?SSs Senator McCuuilwr. Republican of siuinr Is to put It mildly he x.. ojs -- a rL the oninlry. Xorth Dakota, who voted nrolnst the "Strangely enough, after months ol KlHUMtmg ntiicmlmciit la the foreign time and n number of smithes in Hitch-cod- . relations committee, .Senator which bis attack on the treaty has said: ...,-....i ii' i. inn ,, irTM'll i, w ll'CII "lie lift shown that the proposed Wintlllns the U'liLiie of .Vnlliins. ti,. ol helping China, now takes a new psltlii fiinciidinciij, ile fonner deprives hVr of the benefit of the l fnon-- taking the League of tlx- United promises :ilid conci--di- ili :it nf the treaty and riitlfiii! Mates lias oARctcil from Jnpnn. I Iii tile Settlement with Gerninii Im ii Iii i ly In lias dimvn thnt .Iiiimn Vow lie suddenly ch.tim.w fmnt, de possession of the Ctonnnii tights, priv- clires In favir of iloritlng the it. ileges nnd leaseholds. He Ims also tlons ai.ocialel with lis in tlx.ir .n shown ,llmt (trout Iiritnlii nnd Krniice COAST SWEPT BY HURRICANE en iiiKimdllloieil iiraie o lire under pledge to Jnpnn to stand by tiegotialed pemv with Germany. her In her claim, nnd he Ims challenged "Was there ever a more en Galveston Saved By Huge Storm Dethe supporters of the proposed amend-liien- t Lemntbdial policy proposed? Tlh- in cnn'posslhly lure of poltooner' and folly It fense Wall Two Texas Towns to show how Chlnn .i is he henellted unless, when we reject Bear Brunt of High Winds. flcult tirsce which prednmin lies s. proniNes, we proposed to so to ator Iiio giws the limit, lie not finioii-- 1 Iiii!!u, Texas. Driving Mir with her mid drive her out of pnine.es iIihi we rt our Im. Shantung for the lienetlt of CnLmi. .ni" the Texas coast. pi'iiiciwll In il" nnd abandon our obligations, loi' mm nun souihweust uf liaUvetoii, ile "I think tire Senator fiom North suggests that we release Genu " tropicHl biirrli niie Unit lia skirted tin Dakota conclusively deniotistmted the from all promises of Indemnities ,iv l ulled Sliiics zulf i oust for ttearl) i folly of the proposed nmondiuent us repartitions. k iii.in ml Ims swept liihiiul fur us It concerns I'hlnu and the dan"Wliy nut go further nnd pmp, ger that It Involves to the United that we compensate Jermnny? Th 'near the McMciiii iMirder Wire coin iioiuli-alioi- i Stntes." mis interrupted iu nios, would ben still sllongei- - appeal to lion. .Mji- Kenzle King, successor to i of be iirTei led nren .slid the extent of Senator Hitchcock then explained man sciitlincnt.'' Miss Alo e McOoiincll. who has Jut I the late Sir Wilfred Laurler ns unds daniuge be lie could the Inevitable results If the Semite Senator Hltchcoik said that he bid er of tli Lllieral party of Canada, will been president of the Wom- leuriu-i-Sturm iiiitlely. There not no l Here ai should vote In favor jf the Shantung full faith en's Auxiliary of the Letter Cnrrrers, ' the tunty would v run in a tlmt, " nnd nfter blng ieHirts uf fatalities, llrow nville uiiieiidmeut or any other. He said that reive dllTereiit 'treiilmeut In the Sen elected Is expected fo tnke his ,yt In MlssIcConni'lI's homo Is In IlufTalu, fortius t'lirisll apparently felt and I lie one. of two things would happen N. Y. nto tlLtn It has in the foreign rulatloi-'hrillit of the stonii, ahlrh Wiather .either the Tresldent would refuse to committee. "In the Senate," he said, the house of commons. He was the former minister of labor In the Lauulllclnls lielleveil ha (wssetl on go further with the treaty or he would "theiv are few men .vim favor deset'- rler cnblnn nnd Is well known to ' have to submit, the iinieiiduient to the 'into Mexico, where It will tie dixslpa-Iih- I lug the cuu-- e of civilization until tl e Americans on account nf his connection into tlie Mevii-utiMiiintaills. I 111 nations associated with the United victory In the field lias been renib'rtd with (he Itockefeller Foundation fund. THREE RIOTERS' ARE SLAIN " vesion. where cunslderHlile anxlet) hud Suites In the war. peiiiiauent by a peace settlement with IN HAMMOND STRIKE BATTLE been felt, apparentl)' whs struck by "DoesT anyone believe,' asked the ample guarantees. In the Semite the edge of lit- - storm and the clt was Senator, "that the other nations would few Senators who favor releasing nfe) Chaos Is Feared By Austrlans. accept the 'Shunning amendment?" He Twenty Other Men Are Injured In sHved from mi) isiuslderalde damage troin nil rooponsuilllly for the Vienna- .- Austria coutiiiiies to drift b be MiverfuI ses wail cuiisi rilctel pointed out thnt limit Iiritnlii lias al- war, few Senators willing to scrllio-thFight With Police In Inditoward an Internal situation approachafler the I'.khi ready ratified the treaty and Is under ana City. material interests uf tin- - United ing the chaotic, and lending men and pledge to Jnpnn with reference to States which this treaty alone can pro- (tie newsHipers un- - beginning to voice Shantung; thnt Franco is soon to rat- tect." llummond. Iml Sept. 10. The roof TUMULT OF WELCOME apprehensions as to what miy follow ify the trei.ty and is under the same In concluding, what was without unless a strong central governmerft of the l.lndore hotel has been turned pledge to Japan. GREETS GEN. PERSHING doubt one of Into un observation tower and a snipspeeches tin-- can Avoid the smiiir. into a more har"loe.s anyone suppose that .Inp.in has been madefie ablest er's post. Many policemen ure theie. in ;hc Senate for rati- monious national wllole. At the presherself would submit to such u liumlli- - fication of the treaty txitliout amendBegins With Reception and many deputies and a number of Three-Daent time, it Is apparent that each atlon before the ejes of the world?" ment. Senator Hitchcock sahl: Cheers of Crowd as Leviathan region or district is for Itielf, nnd members of the vigilance committee Is simasked Hitchcock. 'The ansiver "I nin not close without a few words that all of heiii "re against VIi;iiiih. appointed by the mayor. They have Docks. ple,'' he asserted. We would llnd on the League of .Vutlons feature of At the bottom, are two rifles mid automatic pistols, plenty of out In the cold, isolated from tlie Treaty, whlrfi bus ummutilton, and Held glasses. been s persisi-entl- principal .factors the continued deNew York, Sept. 1). I'crMiIng I the rest of the world. They are there to wo that the for III crease In the Value of tlie crown, mid and iiilreasonably attack.-home ngnln. Standing on the bridge "What, then, will the United States this chamber. To .mist of the-- e atl employees of tlie Standard of the huge l.evlnllmn. Itself symbollr fear of famine. The central govern"do"? What will those American stnte.s-'inctacks I have listened. They htm; va- ment thus far seems to have been un- Steel Car company, who uro on strike, of victory over Oeriiiany. the propose who stand for this method ried .lomewhar, but they nil have one create no more trouble when Ameriof the greatest host over gath of killing the treaty? Some of them characteristic In common ii tremend- able to cope Willi either. can employ cos again attempt to go to crcd under the Stars and Stripes came .will say that Congress can pass h joint ous exaggeration of possible disanvan-tage- s slowly up Hie hay. world famed nnd work. resolution declaring a state of peace FIREMEN ASK $1,000 A YEAR to this country. Three men were killed Tuosday lu- balled as a conquering hero should be. Willi Germany. Others say the United Sad of face, sterol ami Impassive, ii ll battle between the strikers olid u "Those wluf' (sinjure lip tlu-spossiStates can negotiate a separate and In- ble dlsinlvaiitnges i New York Members of Department De- platoon of police and special guards, splendid figure of a soldier, he mlgh' to ignore altodependent treaty of peace with Ger- gether the enormous uml more than a score, it Is ostium tub have been thinking, as the familiar mand This as Minimum To, Coadvantages uf ormany. Those who talk this way operate With Police. were wounded. ganizing tlie world for peace. The., landmarks of New York came Into have no conception of tho enor- appear to ham lost sight of the months The Americans, tiuo lu number, were vlow,4if the day twenty-sevemous benefits mid advantages whlcli inarching down Highland street to ago when he slipped secretly out ut New York. Sept. 10. One thousand evils and dangers of war the United Slates dcrhes from this in the contemplation of possible while New York firemen, members of the work. the harbor on Ids way to France to treaty which wo wrung from Germany Firemen's The strikers, ubou! S00, walked six prepure the way for the hosts that association under the l.ixigne of Nations. Uniformed at the cannon's mouth. .Neither have They make were to follow. Then he wns only ii which Is ntllllated with the American they any conception of the dilileultlcs In reviewing moimtuuis out of mole hills Kcdenit'lon of Labor. In ninss meeting abreast toward them. groups were the "tnnjor general. Hetween the two dlllicultlcs In the League In t Iiik n new treaty Involved in noot He came back today with four utars plan. They aVe suspicions that while unanimously adopted n resolution ask- police and the guards, heavily armed. with Germany to establish the terms It may Ix lit every other nation on ing the board of estimate for an in- In command of I'apt. Hen Strong and on his shoulders the fourth man of pcaco ami settle the controversies $I.(HK) n yenr min It Is so devised as to bring ills- since Washington to wear them under crease In ciliary to a l'apt. I. Itlnbacli. , of tho war. l imum. Another resolution pledget) co- fo the United States. The foreigners, mostly Toles, were the American Hag. "To my mind It would be suicidal aster the ground with a 'Ihej cruw operation with the i'atrol Men's Ilenev-olt-ti- t led by Thomas Skuhii, who was a lieuupon jne mioics of Ntateu tsinnii, nrooK-lyn- , microscope for the United Stntes to throw away searching fur pitfalls ind are unabi.' association, the brother organlza New Jersey and Manhattan were lie tenant In the American army. advantages ami benefit), provided to the look forward to the promised land lion In the police department, which wore his uniform ami curried an lined with thousands, whose shouts In this treaty. It would be disastrous has reipiested a similar" minimum sal American flag, t, of greeting came faintly across the cimmerchilly and tbiaiiclally. It would of pence and order ami Justice to a ry for policemen waters of the bay to tho familiar figwhich the new movement leads." put us at un enormous disadvantage , ure on the bridge. In our International relations not only At the pier were many dlgnltnrles of with Ccrifiiuy but with those nations WONDERFUL PEACE PARADE IN LOi.DON nation, state nnd city, and It was there which we would thus dostrrt. The he was welcomed on behalf of the would lemalll bound together by tie nation. of mutual Interest. They would enjoj Messages drrrpgd by a pollco the benefits of the tnsity anil would aboard the Leviathan at not be blow to take every advantage of daybreak us It approached the harbor theift. Thoy would resent our desersignalized tho beginning of the three tion. days' reception to Ceiieiiil IVrshlng b "Up to this point, 1 have discussed Ihe city of New York. th" possible defeat of tho tmity by means of proposed amendments to it Tlmt is the real program mid hope jif JOHN MITCHELL DIES AT N. Y. the majority of the committee on for relation. It Is for that puipo.c Former President of the United Mine thnt he trvuly Itas been locked up in Workers of America Passes cold storage for so many weeks. The Awj, eiiuiuluti of tho League of Nations in tho Sunote nr not inaiiy computed vi New York. Sept. 10. .tohn .Mitchell, Us friumls, but they control the comformer president of the Unlied mittee. 'I hey huo felt Justified In ri . of Anierlca nnd one f tulnhuc the treaty In the cniiimltt-- e, most widely known labor lenders In holding uselet-hew rings ami niiikitu the. I'ulled Stains, ifletl ut the killing imiiuillmwils with the full hospital. I 11 1 enn"-qtimcv- i i i ry , e f..' the great part there a wnitf Ii It bllgi-tollltage of .o.ll il iducl iii ilint dlsirlct. but the output tliromrhn not the state with the eMrpilon of ai. producing Held wis restricted l t mr Vlmrt ii iA "Sim a tins serious. The loss liroughollt the (I..Mlla ,.f W..L ill lllltt .IHIh fpotn cats Is from ltd per cetil to Id ht ci nt, anil ilicre does not nr to he any rel.ef In sight. Added to tnnis. pollution i ttlciiltiea, eiiiluirgiN's an also roiii'dnm the sliipi'i.nt of con' IIOIII West Virg IHH l.ok of IhiHoiiis nt t dewtiii r Ims aiit"l a ,,f loads at ti'lcwmcr. ami iring the week eiubargiH's ucre ci.imied ilovui on lake hound uml S'linjodcss roiuer, houexcr. were Pointful of lo'ing aide to start some of In .r piodiict iiier eas ilurlng the ' ' ck Willi production m grentl ! r n (i,H f ni, kiml is otealii.il'li- l. 'hose who Imte isin-i. is. in ...Ii,. crs cm'u ilu ult) in Hipl. liu l heir regular 'omera. CoitMspientljr. sHH rnal t ininnw hecniiw of a Hcarelt) of i' ii. ii k il'iimotid. Unless mure cant ifisl the shwrtngc of isal will i to kio in Milunie. . uI I hi Ihrlr unwuitln, le.ralthful w,l' hs. .ti..iIi upon thi-ithe llth nr i.nd ir, inmnt T if I.. lot k ihr t 'mhi of Ihn I" "Ile llv, Ita tfHrlwn nnd Inl.lllKiit one llll lll" era lh i i(rt lh. e lvi", IT.i-- ! i i 1 nln Hi. Mm., lit i,i himit vh-- n Ki"i- tll. k. ll.MI . ! ..We ll in.lillr Thin l. nnit I. i.i !il t, i.,. hour uf m CtMlllllnl Wh,. ,r , ck llr Khdlllll of Iheli lllrln.il. . h.'ek and r v. I,, m th..v -- I....ili1 and In-- n ih iHllMul. .triii. nt wrrnnc l" ll.is (Ipi, ihrlii the Inn. r (on,! . i ni. whi-t- i ih rlimiM ivhuko ni.l 'in. imii mi' Hrt-n- d'-f- lrra aroprr I l rrvmrd aad i..i,.ii lly iii. m balot ai. en .i p. l.' siatiilah tks- - (amlarl u 'vrmmrni i . whlrb th prntMiar lu ! An '. Ion - which will not eon I. n Ita botnit-- r lied II hit ih, righl to cempliiln ol the ahipwrrrk I thalr nftalrii nor to cr aloud nvrr lh It lit an) I unices ur-o- f Ihtlr Inttrwit t mnl m, ni.trl Hi ir ittra .d di.llm ! i re-s-- - I , i ic - adv-Knte- in-.- I'e-e- EDWIN P. MORROW. 'Kullr Ulrra-I I . - I Ger-iimii- I o of pulIV trual mujr iminifcil tlm wrtrhd Pumllllon uf th- - state's basin. a waa mad kMMSa. drains ami Irak and thrfla tmni Ih fuWIc llraiury wr. I lekM, rovan-inat re Mil hare. mimI ihr nutrk uf h atranellna; lUillli of the 11M slllleiil uidar was ahuu upur Ihr lull thii.ut i.f thr Half In that CMiniiMlin Ihr Ms.ilr wna uraol to rrl-us- a tlwir to otidrmn lh.ua v h d m1mI thrnt .mil, l. a vrrdlft uf ullly hi Ih. nulla l ratutllah a lilrhar ataii-dan- l uf tulltUtl faiili. nrrrnt and fit Ira Ihaalalr fata aao. In a to Ita .1. ntiii...icn ith ul.i.-l- . tlp hriiarr. : Faithless Mtn Were Elected. Hut lh,. luda-nni.ho nine Ihr aoinr ul iIkm who want lo arv It turounua inadr lair and Wonderful prup if afojMiit and r. torm to alup Im ak a d In iht- - i. lu tlia uc-Ira- our-'ticlv- y Clgn-hori- n s.'.-:i- hnr-lior- n disnil-Mintnge- s I ' s oandklHle for tutu nllUe In M cuiivvn-tlu- n which tu du'iiliiMnl. utlaniptad, b a wru uf words, to IihI fiom th pro-- d the it-a- l laaura uf (Ida eaini-alKli- . uml I lit acta and ilttda ul I lie pita-n- t odnilu-Uiiutka- n whk-have fur months baaii . cundamnrd by ail rlKlil tliluklnK 'i'lo-- a MiHlklalsa for IiImIi nflU whu now mk iuur aipiwrt had nallhti lit cour-- u In oixnly ludursa, our th cworaca tu dniouiM this adtnlHUUratluii. but llamslit tu l ihivx pUtiata tba MUiitlay uiHeahoM era aiul datialvv lint iuple by a inaunlni;-ba- a lkiikt liMjiikiniit uf tho lasjuu-t- U ui'la of tliv hlHId.y auiiilrhjirtllun. )..l.hol,lrr and lu alvr a fnlthful, rfll clrut liiirlma inxnapri.ianl of Hacnl I'ndrr tlwaa Haauranca. lu' Ibalr Mula. thinking mora uf rl) than lhr did ot th- - Hat, th'li wrlthhald Ihalr MindriiiiiHlInn aad a u tuu- ut i oiili.l. ii. .. u a wratehed. udnilalslratlun and tl.-t- r.l i iuhic i.ri c ihoav whu mrvr bU, todi. Four yrai luve ceme and gone r the prrttnt admlnlttrjtlon which hat ha full. ton?slete and Jbiolute control et tvrry dtpartmant ot ttat. What todjy are the knmn and facttl What tcday It the var. diet alre.idy m.ide In the heart or tr.e rtopk? Whit does your . thow? No economy, no tHit lncrated eapendlturea In rvrry department of ttattl no, be. headina ct utelrtt onMceri; no stop to titer Hi aim and leaks: no Icttcnlng resulting In the loti ot mllllunt of and wattrfulneit which his robtca tne iitople of thoutandi. Imiiuti'iit by Ita fuxurlllwn. alalnad and hum. d by ihr p.irllMii control of tli state's iliailllci, totally larking lu 'Us iHitvar lo wlio (treat oiisrlutiltl,i. In. dlcioiu In it trxtlawk Hduptlun, In Din midiilKlit of I'o'llliMoiriuiiiliin It la d)n wlthuul a ruaiiinlun, a drfrndar, an t. Thar Is not nuuh Irlottary In "wtaiaal wmda." nor riHJUtih cuunliuc In craftily drawn santrncw lu dacolve nnd lKUll Ihr iMUIIIttemr hihI hwt uf y lulu uihvkHng ami Imloralng Ilia t,f tiwalay flunltty iiul lidmlliltralluii tbuar wiauryilad with lilm Vat un tha- luuilli day of Saptember. nt lAiulavlllrt, the prrsant Dtinuenttlo lopl-wts-lilr(allli-birakliun-dstock-taklna lav-Inoilsl-l.r- t, aul-ojtlaKeu-tiek- e knowledge i ha i auioiidments would beat tho trnty Just as uffeclvelj us u refund to ratify. ftw, a very few, Senators have declared that thy would ote ugumsi Un treaty becwivi of the League of Xutlons, but it " remained for the Scnulor from I'ennsylvuiilu (Mr.)knox Wins Knight Templar Prize. IMiihidelplila. Sept. The Unglc-woo-d teem of Cldengo, won first prize In tho Knights Tcujphir competitive drill here. lluttle Hags of llrltisli regluients being curried Iii Loud leut pine purude ' Acts Produced Wide Dicfavor. Till liiiiul.lv surivndfi und i.iitmt la cunlaliiad lu Itwllui. I uf their pUtfurm. Whu. eurnfully read It only IntliiiMil cirlaln laglalHtlv nuta, only tha paaaagc of luws urged lour ymis ago by both irtl paaatd by both partlr. mid coiu'wrnliiM wlilili there- wui novar an) teriuus dirrtiencea. L'ikiii tho uijinliila-tiathucta und umlasluns of the adiiibiistrntloii which huve pmduced th (Continued oo Pigs Tors) - prnl v 1 September IB, 11H0 TUB CITIZKN Pagp Three. tie grass plot Into the shruhfiery. Slib did not utter n sound. I'resently be set her down. Ills brenlb wns Rone, bis ntrcngtb GREEN FANCY 14 GEORGE BARR .I " IP I EtMrk . MS CUKHEQN mm .sLWS. "j . 7 .. a I I WX s fu';" " "GRAUSTARK," "THE HOLLOW OF HER ! IAND"T1 !E i , PRINCE OF CRAUSTARK," ETC 6YNOPSIS. rilAI'TTU K. IlnrtiM. wealth Nr YorV.-- i in n walking trip through Now Kngland. In caught In n storm in Ira from hi destination. At n eroearnad point he meeta n girt In the m plight While thev illarusa the situation an au)"iiM1. sent to meet tlie. Hume In flrt, arrive unit while the given I a lift M gtrt tavern, tnken on to her dcallni.iloii which she tell liar nee la a. place ailed Green Kaney. CHAITFR II At the tavern Hnrnea falls In with n trandd troupe of actors, heaileil hy Lyndon Itueheroft. nml becomes Interested In them. "barn-etormtn- "You ynu liiiow about tbo crown bo murmured. Jewela7" IlPr liiMly Rwined to Mlffi'ii. "Tbon yuu know who I am 7" "No. You will tell me tomorrow." "Yes, yes tomorrow," ho wills-pcre- For fdmp limn llirre wn Fllenrp. Itotli wore lUtenlnc Intently for fouihIs In the ball. She linniil cliwer to wlila-IHIn bin mr. Ilielr Klmiiltler.s IiiiicIiimI. i -r the alorm (Town, llarnea flnda In itself over the "Wy of roe tin girl, t worrying over the ravelin the mountain at wlmt he rotielilnni dan. He learn Keriia ipwl. tnnt Orren Fancy Is something of n Imuae of mystery. Two mounted men leave the tavern In n manner whUHr nrouoea llarnea' ITi-Ag curl-oalt- CliAPTm CIIAPTKIl meets "Ml.s lending lady of the stranded theat-r- ll troupe, who la acting ai chambermaid. That nlflit he la aroused hy the bringing of a dying man to the tavern, one of the two who had ridden away a abort time before They tell of flndlnc the dead body of the other man. lloth hail been shot. CIIAPTKK wounded man. l at the tavern na Andrew I'anl. die. quires nny" ntHt llarnea la Informix! he muat not leave She clutched Ids arm frantically. until after the Innm-at- . O'lhiwd and I)e Hxlo. gueala nt tireen fancy, vlalt the "You shall do notbliiR of the kind. You tavern, apparently much inyatltled over phtill the affair. "Sh I What ilo you take me for, CUArTHIl MJhs Cameron7 nrtvanrea Huah-rroHe mny be sorely In money mi indent to releaBn the need of help. Do you think that I from Ita embarrassing position. Ilierehy becoming Ita official Iwrkcr. He woultl leave blm to (Sod knows what vlalta (Jrecn Fancy, and In the grounds' nieeta bki acquaintance of the night be. sort of fate?" fore, finding her u Klrl of surprising "Itut he mild positively that I was to beauty. ro In ense he did not return In In fifClf APTHft MI-F- lin seems not to Im drJrou at recognising him. nml turna teen minutes," she hosced. "He may away. 'O'Dowd appeara and In upiiarenlly have cut off and was compelled friendly fashion eactirla llarnea (who feela to escape from another" lie la unwelcome) from the grounds. "Juat the same, I've Rot to bee what CIIAITKIl VIII-M- laa Tli.ickerny warna lias become of " llarnea that n man atoppliiK nt the tavern, oelenaibly a book acent. had aearclied "No! No!" She nroM1 with lilm, Ilia IxlKcaae In liN altaeme O'OuMd cornea to the tavern and with llarnea and dniRRliiR nt tils arm. "Do not lie othera coea over the erena of the prevloua You are not skilled at " nlKht'a ahiKiHiia; llarnea la Invited to "There Is only one way to stop me, dinner at Urevn I'm my Miss Cameron. If you will come with CIIAITKIl ef the atorm la Introduved aa Mla .Camerun. ine now " The makeup of the houae "Hut I must know whether he sei man lntrulttret to him na ''lxeb," and the numlwr of menaervunia aliout the cured tlie " pliice, aomenhat ualonlihra llarnea. 'Then let me ro. I will And out criAITRIl X-Cnmeron Informa whether be has succeeded." blm ahe la a prlaoner In the houae. He wns mustier than he realized In to lilm for aid and blndlUK linn to awreey. In ronverautlon with the wrenching his arm free. She uttered n chauffeur who drive him bark to the low monn and covered her face with taern. llarnea iMWomea ionlnrel there la a conaplracy of mutuant tutchlOif at her hands. Undeterred, be crossed to tireen l'um-ytlie door. Ills hand wns on tho knob CIIAITKIl XI-- At when n tloor slummed violently some- breakfaat the book acnt Inlrwluiia hlnixdr aa rlpniuae, n Kovernmeiit aecrel acent. where In a distant part of the bouse. rtprouai- tella llarnea he la there to watch A bourse shout of alarm rang out, rty at Creen I'anry, d'arrlbliiR the them ua refuxeea from a overrun and then lhr rut.li of heavy feet over by the Oerinuna He uMerta that "Mlaa thickly carpeted floors. Oameron" la a irlmi.a of the former ruler Harncs acted with llRbtnlnR swiftof the devaatattnl country and that ahe or "lieb" have with them the crown Jeela, ness. Ho pranR to the open window, of enormia value, MhKii tjprouau would recover. the girl with him. njrreea to act'HAITKIl "Now for It I" ho whispered. "Not a company Hprvueo on a nocturnal vlalt to Hprouae with the object of llrren aecurlnK the Jewela, .TiJ llarnea Mllrf the eecoml to loe. Climb upon my tiack, hope of rea uIiik lllat Cuineruii." quick, and Iihii;; on for dear life." He CIIAITKIl XIH-Tb- ey enter the irrounda Imil scrambled Ihrooch the window In aufety, Hprnuae otrrioinlni; two men evidently on Kuard UruchliiK tlie liouae. and wns lying lint across the sill. I tar n hi aenda up. liy lueana of a flahlnK "Hurry! Don't be afraid. lol carried by Mprouae. u note to "Mlaa oiiotiirii to tarry you If I am strong Curheron." InrormliiK her of their Intenthe vines do tion to enter the bouec She trie to them, but flprouee rllmba to her Ibelr imrt," Ho scowfcd and wns, plnd that It With surprising alacrity and sure-neloom and Koea IhroUKh It on n quost for tho crown Jewela and atute lupura. she crawled out beside blm and was too dark for her to see his face. fully appreciated then over upon hl. broad hack, clasp- - He wondered If she CHAPTER XIV. what would happen to hint If tlie pursuers came upon blm la this forbidA Flight, a Stone Cutter'i Shed, and ding sjiot. He could almost picture bis Voice Outside. own body lying there among the rocks "Wlijr lutvv m oiitno'iiii liuroV' Sin1 nnd rotting. whle she well, she CHWa Hwlftly to Ills Nlilu. would merely go buck to (Ireen "TltHiik Hip Uirtl, I itiatlc It," hf Fancy, vliUter((l, lirmtlilutwly. "I ciinio iiji "I fenr you do not realize tho exliecutuu tliere wiih iinwlicrii elm tu pi. treme gravity of tbo situation. Wo I tlioiiKlit I liotinl volfti it innn nml must get out of these woods If 1 have u uiitttun ilioakliijc. Tliey tHHKiied Ui to carry you In my arms." tit1 qillle Wom to me. Don't lie "1 shall try to keep going." she snld Htarrnwl, Mls Camorou.v I ma conll-tleo- t quickly. "Forgive mo If I seemed to tlit I cull" falter a lllllo. I I am ready to go "Ami now Hint you nro liuru, trappvtl on when you say the word." 8H I HUI, WUMt tin you ptiriMaM to tlo? "You poor girl! Hang It nil, you are right nnd not I. Sit still 3M cunnut uaciipu. Oo buck before It to loo Into." nnd I will recnnnolter u bit. If i can "In HprotiM whuro Is lioV Unit a place where we can hide aiming "llo Is omewliure In trie liimao. I these rocks, wo II stay hero till the sky whh to wnlt until lie Oil, Mr. llnrium, begins to lighten. I I tun turrlfiwl. You will nevor know "No! I shall not let you louve mo two " for ii second. Where you go, I go." "Trtwt til in.; ho wilil. "llo U u mitr-vt- l. She struggled to her feet, suppressing UVll be aufi'ly out of Ihto In n a unimi, nnd thrust u determined unit little wbllu, nml tlicti It will yll look through bis. to ko? aUiiiplo to ou. Von ii ro "That's worth remiimhortng," said, (ioodl Sit down, do ! If lio tloi'Mii't be, nnd whether it wns a muscular roltini In a inlniilo or twii. I'll take o necessity or un emotional exaction look nliout Hit Imtiso myiM'lf I tlon't that caued his arm to tighten on Iters, 1 know this lloor IntMiul to ilnwrt him. none wive he would ever know. pretty woll, mid tbo lowur onu. Tho After u few minutes prowling among " Hlnlrs uro the rocks they enme to the faco of "Hut tlio slnlrwny Is closed nt tho what subsequently proved to be n botloui Uy n mild tiU't'l ciirliiln. It Is sheer wall of stone. He Hashed the muilo to look IIUo u in nt' I In tbo wtill. Holding to the Ledge With One Hand, light, and, with an exclamation, startYou n ro not to venturo ouUldu tills He Pelt for and Clutched the Thick ed buck. Not six feet ahead of them room, Mr. lliiriioii. I forbid It. You " Vine With the Other. the earth seemed to end; u yawning black gulf lay beyond. Apparently "I low dltl Sprousc p't out? You tmld Iiir her arms around bis neck. Hold- they were on tbo very edge of n cliff. your door whs locki'tl." "(iood Lord, that was n close cull," "llo bad it koy. I do not know ing to tbo ledge with one baud be felt for unit clutched the thick vino with be gasped. Ho explained In u few vljoro b obtained" tlie oilier. Slowly be slid Ills body off words nnd then, commanding her to "Sktiltiton koy, stii'li oh liiirKlnrs tisi. Uy Jovo, wlmt a wondorful burt;liir bo of tlio sill and swung free by one arm. stand perfectly still, dropped to tlio wguld niakol CouniKv, MIks Cameron I An Instant later bo found tho lattice ground anil carefully ielt bis wny forHi) wilt bo lien1 mmui. Tlien coiiu-- tbo with tbo other baud and the hurried ward. Again ho daubed tho light. In Tboy wero an Instant lie understood. real adventuriy my part of It. 1 didn't descent begun. His feet touched tho ground. In tbo on the brink of a hlinllow qimrry. coinu lieru tonlKbt to Kt't uuy llasliy old Lying tjiere, bo made swift calculacrown Jewels. I cumo to tuko you out twinkling of an 'eye ho picked her up In hU iirnis and bolted ucross tbo lit of-- i'. tions. Tho quarry, no longer of use to IV-- tle Thark-erny." V-regis-tere- Me wondered If slio expurl-enreIbn witne tlellKbtful thrill that rati tlirntiRli bis body. Site told lilm of the innn who w etched nenwH the bull from the room HUpiHwetl to ho occupied by I.oeh the feeretnry, nnd of Sprouse'it liironiprelifnalhle during. "Whero Ifi .Mr. Ctirtlsr ho asked. tier lireath fanned his cheek, her Hps were close to tils ear. "There Is no Mr. Curtis here. He 'died four In Florida." months a "I suspected as mueh." He did not press tier for further revelations. "Sprotlae dbotild he here by this time. I must ro out there and seo If he retl "Can you manage to walk n little wny?" be Rnsped. "(live ineyour band, nnd follow ns cloae to my heels fis you citu. Hotter Hint I should bump Into things than you." Shouts were now hoard, nnd shrill bln'ts'nn n police whistle split the air. On they stumbled, blindly, reckloHS-ly- . He sHtrrd her many nn Injury by taking It blmeelf. More thnn once sho murmured sympathy when he crushed Into n tree or llnmiitoml over n log. Utterly nt wn, be wns now guessing nt the course they wen tuklng. Whether their frantic tlnsh wmh lending t!"in toward the Tuvern, or whether they were ctrrlltiK back to Oreen FnncyT ho knew not. l'luillng. he fonrml onward. At last she cried out, qnnverllidly : "Oh, I I con ro imi fHrtberl Can't we Is It not swfe to stop for n moment? My breNth Is " "Rod hlemi you, yes," be exclaimed, and crime to nn nhmpt stop. She leaned heavily iirnlnat blm, RnspliiR for bfenth. "I haven't tho faintest ltbm where we are, but wo must bo Vc wntte distance from the Iioupo. will rest n few minutes nnd then Inko It easier, more ctnitlotMy. I am sorry. tint It was the only thing to do, rough IIS It WHS. "I know, I understand. I am not complaining. .Mr. Humes, You will find me ready nnd strong and " "Let me think. I must try to get my hearing. Cood Lord, I wish Spmuso were here. He can seo In the dark. Wo nre ofT the path, that's sure." "Do you think he escaped?" "I am sure of It. Those whistles were sounding the alarm. He may come this wny. The chances nre that your lllght bns not been discovered. Do you feel like going on? We must beat thorn to the Tavern. They " "I nm nil right now," she said, nnd they were off again. Humes now picked his wny carefully and with the greatest caution, lie could only pray that be was going In the right direction. An hour hut what seemed thrice ns long jiassed nnd they had not come to the edge of the forest. Her feet were beginning to drag; he could tell that by the effort she made to keep up with blm. l'rnm time to time be paused to allow her to rest. "You nre plucky." be once said to her. "I am afraid I could not bo so plucky If you were not so strong," she sighed, and he loved the tired, whimsical little twist she. put Into her reply. To his dismay they came abruptly uimiii a region ntmundlng In huge rocks. This was new territory to lilm. Ills heart sunk. "Hy Jove, I I believe we nre further away from the road thun when we started. We must have been going up the slope Instead of down." "In nny case. Mr. Harncs," she murmured, "we have found something to sit down upon." lie chuckled. "If you can be ns cheerful ns ull that, we shn'n't miss the cushions," be said, and, for the first time, risked n Hash of the electric torch. The survey was brief. He led her forward a few paces to a Hat boulder, and there they seated themselves. "1 wonder where we are," she suld. "I nm Inclined to suspect that we nre above Green Fancy, but a long way off to the right of It. Admitting that to be tlie case, I am afraid to retrace our step. The Lord only knows what we might blunder Into." "I think the only sensible thing to do, Mr. Hnrnes, Is to make ourselves ns snug" nnd comfortable, ns we can and wait for the first signs of daybreak." not" nes lt onm-Imn- hi-e- fool-hard- y. t.-- Hla iwrtyH-itticu-lar- ly . ' ed - Xll-Ilar- nea ss pcV-ha- Sit" ' ouit and In ifie Hii'rogate ror( of JfoV bearing debt, almwn on that dale, had York r'ltj, and waa readily aeafbtW uihhi grown to $t.H,"o.-4iis- l IhM mitwltli. alaiMflng the mutt patent itlemi.t to Jag. dithma the state ef Kentucky w.ia enti(Continual) from Pigs Two) ght tile HU,l-- e and deceive the people of tled b law to the ad valorem tax upon hie vast estate Kentucky. This bM. tmt nnsklllfHl lt! at iteeeplhm was made by caning to In April, thla two rati ware I tM II luted tax, one of th. . rollrct rf f i wtltlet and moat onlrerml eomletMatlcn, Inr In for pmrtit and retiring on Juno enue .KOX f I, Mm oth- r b Shu Iff ten. days before the clot at the flsMl and which hv ahorkrd lh Inlehhmnc Hrariley, N.th claiming th du on ear, Il.t6i.oot of state warranto. and conailenc of the eunpionwaltli, Afl.ir Had tt not been for this jugglery the an estate valueil at i.vi.ihhi,iiki UfBse randldntta am aa elhuit aa the Inten warrnnlH at the eto of mueh )oekein for imsition and nn extomlia. citing race for precedence, iheae anils In thd fiscal ear would have Hood nt Pitt their illenct thunders to tho the C'ount Court were settled m June 21. I make tho chnrge that tho people thMr latk of courage, and tella an eirieed debt will continue to rise lhla setthmeiit waa made Hie pltful atory of their abfeet judgment entered upon ih In. Ik in nt from the fig urea of June 10 untJI they will to the Stanley book of the Fayette Count i' t reach nt least l,M,0C. 1'rom tills showpoweri. Thete who have not th ing It will bo seen that, while the Stan-fe- y This "agreed" Judgnent pieced the (enrage to dtnource will never hive administration has hod f ll,aoe,eee value of the eetat at Jl.SOO.OOO. and the courage to right e rng. I moro than the Willson udmlntetratlcn. Btva j; clgment for a reaovery for five to de that wnici they would not year taxes uaeed epan this amount, .and M.oOO.OOe more than the McCroary do, to ay tnat which they woula "not administration, with which tp"" meet the M0VntiP( to the pitiful sum of $24 iy, to tptak for a anlendld people (00 for state and county. Afttr expenoea of the state, and pa off the for whem they wool not rat their fees, penaltle-- i and the coun state debt. It hue totally failed to do to; otcee. In the name of the peoale of ty's portion, the state fer Its share but while sper.dlng the money has cauavd Kerttcky I jounce the Stanley adreceived only about $10M9D. the slate debt to grow greater by at least Tnn ministration end thtte who have fat. compromise was rratte hy and with tl.Mo.OOO. tentd upon it full knowledge and consent of the the A comparison of monthly expendigovernor, the auditor, and the state's FOR tures drmerstrates the reason for attorney general. Wanton, rrrkliaa expenditure of the this Insrease in the state dtbt. The ptibWe funda. b,r th At the time of this "t!lr!ii.ni Stanley administration has spent tie re a.vaiem wtilerl ha a waa proof offend and available thit iho. tnoraaaed the iieav burden of taxation rionth of its ex'stence $210,000 (State was worth t3S,Wi','iia. it was more than the McCreary administraon yio one hand while it hue piled hlajher eellmated to be wxilh at least amt htarher tho atute intireat. tearing dobt tion, and $316,000 more than the tlOO.ihM.O'iu and the state irwuur iirerit upon the other. Willson administration. The state's charged that it was worth 41V. ""'."00 financial condition, like an IndividuTOR N Ilased upon Ilevenue Agert ii n.'a al's, la best shown by the Interests Tlrt erentlon nnd pe petoallon of thete waa due the state in tav s for paid upon Its debts. Surlno tho last h4V.-and i.rtl-- i holder for the fiscal year of Wlllton's administration uk ear (TM.Ooe, and for tie ynui ot iirolh.aa leiKa nnd drains from Hut this "buslnees .iduunlain-tlon.- " there was paid out in Interest on outthe public treuaury used to feed and fatIn titter leekleeeness nni almost' standing warrants $51,000. ten tin pumcal I iv ritee of a dhtcredltod criminal negligence, made ih;- - m.l During the last fiscal year of Mo ndHllt:ltratluii comuromlee. Cre 's administration theie w.ia putd out FOR And for Big Sum Lost tlrnionat rated bualnesa Incapacity fcr the same purpose J12T,W". Ita and fraudulint (h vol ti lam raultli In the the Mat llecnl year of the Htinley nilmln- - Dy State In Suit. 71.e uu Increase of ttM.eCtj kM and waste uf millions Of thY people' ltntlon Hy !,., the Stole of Rat ever Mcttcar and fiN.MO over Willson ut oneIt fell blow more Kernu. k t'f.roo.0)9. i nor iey. than FOR Of It! Rnough money to have bnllt Think Failed To Show The (Jlaaraei'ul iwllttcnl hrlrandsife Unpaid Warrant. In every county In Kentucky r si whtth did not rpare even the school chilcoating enough to hnve paid In a recent siwech at Louisville, the every public dren of Kenturky; buf which euught to servant of the slate for more Hon. A. W. llrtrkley attempted to defend fiiaten upon them, and their parents, n than ii ear, enough tu havw liquidated the financial lecord inHde by your present aim rueful. Illegal nnd Iwlierous common-schoentire state debt and atopped the paypublic servants. I am coufldunt that the the text book adrpthin. ment ) early of 117S.0IW in Interest. In figures he ued rite those hunded lilm by Hie name of eery honest, capable FOR man In some "economy expert" In the uudltor's The Infamy of partisan Kllllonl control otllce, because they full to slow that on Kentucky I denounce this Infinite outrage upon the state. of the. state's charities, which have made the day after the Willson administration Hut there Is more to the story of "full of their helpless :md difeneelees Inmates ocaumed clrirge there was placed upon but putm.' In the B.ime of isilltlca nnd the treasurers desk an unpaid wnrrun nnd adequate nrvke" lendercd by thla administration. About two years ago Mrs. which has turned .iheee Institutions of for buck wy due school teachers amountHubert W. Illngham dfed In IxjuUvllle. muroy Into clearinghouses for pollIcs.il ing to ti3 1.935 nnd those same figures fall Ky., a legal resident of this state. Thct'4 trade and battel. to Include outstanding wurrunts and unuus not and never has been any question audited claims due prior to January C, as to her domicile. Tlie FOR stale was thereThe enforcement and continuation of 1HS. amountliR tu 104.348. fore clearly erlltled to Its legn,l tux upon These two sets ol figures, when added thl,vnst estate. That this cstute the long discredited system of convict wai contract labor, for Its broken pledges, toguther.unke a total of 11,339,00(1. They worth In the neighborhood of $100,000,000 violated promlsea and iiiore than wasted were not embtaced In Mr. Darkle 'a state- has always been understood. The only ment and I am sure that he will at once real service necessary for a proper setoppoitiinltleii. coritct his statement when he knows the tlement of the tux due to the stuto was Pledges Made On true facts and finds that he lias been d In ascertaining by competent appraiser Economy Droken. celved nnd misled. f Its ful1 and honest value. Salaries in the educatlon.il department To the people of Kentucky In support of Under these conditions' the Stanley under Crnbbe, udmlttedly the best supertheir uecueallcna and denunciations and "business adminlt tratlon'1 made a Instiuctlon the state to uphold and sustain thorn, ghe the intendent of public years contract with Meters. Garnetf; ever had, for three totaled $13,000. llgurrs and the facts &. Cordon, attorneys, of LouisUnder McCreary nnd llnmlett these figI'lcdged to "the moat rigid economy' ville, Ky., by which It bound the state ures Jumped, to (31,000, but under .StanIn the management jt the puLllc bualnesa. pay these attorneys, for wholly unto the preeent udtnlnlsi atlon has not wiped ley nnd Gilbert's "economy' for the same necessary services, the turn of 5 per out a dollars ot the public debt; his not period they produced a salary list of Jjf,-i- 'i cent upon whatever sum was collected saved u enny cf the pull? funds, but 1ms More fadei Stanley than the total for the state If their action went belevied Increased tuea nnd lisseKsmenU lar list under Wilson and McCreary yond the Jefferson County and lwa Increased expenditures In etery combined. Some economy! Court. This estate Is valued hy the last apdepartment of the stale. Some "rigid economist ' stepped on praisement at $103,293,003. and upon Thlt administration has collected In the accelerator .In the Department rf this sum the state claims taxes due take snd revenue, frcm the people, Public Printing and Binding, and beof (4.704,000. At 5 per cent these atmore money than was ever gathered hold! It Is ccstlng the taxpayers torneys vlll receive for their services by any ether administration. Its total 140.78-per year more than It did unthe enormous fee of 5235,000. collected from all sources waa der McCreary, making a total excess There was never an real necessity an e,iei cf tlt.COO.OOO more of more than $120,000. While paper for their employment. The services than the Willmn administration and for the prli.tlng, although the price could and sliowW have been ren more thsn $C,Q00,C00 than the was fixed by an old contract, his been dered by any competent nttornev general , Altnough administration. uted so freely that It has coet under and his nsslstants. Hut even If It wus these enormous additional amounts this administration $86,000 more than deemed necesaary to employ counsel In ever before. have been ccllected. the state drct has net been reof our the matter, competent ami capable attorAs n complete demonstration for a rea duced, but has grown steadily year by glowing prosperity under Stanley s "econ- neys could have been secui-year. omy" he has paid on the state debt dur- sonable ni,d in eonijiaiisen with thefce ngreed upon a nominal sum. As the At the clone of the Willson iijmlnlstra- - ing the last J ear SMI, 000 more Interest mutter Is unstands today, this tlou the public illterest-lientilidebt wna than was ever laid by any other admin- conscionable, unreasonable,contractprenentH and So the story runs jeur by jcar J&W.OIO. At the close ;f ;h MciJreury istration public a case ailmlnlbtutluii this had Increased tu 51. and month by rruntli;, while the people money. of needless wasto of the tax bllts; kSi.2Uj. On. June. 3l,. lsj'JJtie JJU"rs?jL-- look nt their behold every growing assessment and Should Have wonder where the money goes. WonderDischarged All. ing will not stop this reckless uxtrava-guneGoiernor Hluck has, b recent correliulliTer, was reasonably sure to be voting light will. but tbe spondence, dismissed an attorney who abandoned. In all probability some Useless Jobs was not named In the contract but who, s shed would he Were Sustained. sort of n by private agreement was to receive found nearby. It would proldo shelter of tho fee. Hy this action the This anic administration upheld. governor went only of the way: from the tine rain that was falling and and pmlscd by my Democratic op- lr lie was Justified In discharging one cf from the chill night air. -- lie reinem ponents, made the lollowlng promise, to bered thnt O'Powd, In discussing the the people of Kentucky; "We fuvor the these attorneys he should hive discharged erection of fircen Taney the night he- - immediate abolition1 or all useless Millces." all. For months he has known ull cf tha facts and all of the' conditions suriouud fore, bad said that the stone came They pron.lsed to behead the Ing this w etched transaction. If tho peofrom a pit two miles away, where n out," tu send "the foremen buck to the ple of Kentucky honor irfe by electing mo fine quality of granite had been found. farm" hinl to "turn on the light." What tovernoi df tho commonwealth. I promise None, absolute-been Two miles, according to Humes' quick hasnone. tho fulfillment', useleea oHlces l thut ono of my llrst ollklal ucta shall be No ktolltlun cf calculations, would bring the pit close no beheading of tire marnluil the Immediate cilschaigo of all ot those nu vendattorneys and tbe t'Mliell(itloil of their to tho northern boundary of tho Curtis ing of city foiciHterw hack to the farm. property and almost directly on n line Nay! Na! "The fultldul" must be contract. action I will nave tiro taxpayers Hy this with the point where he and bprouse fed, the dellveiera of wards and precincts of Kentucky the entire fee lii this euso entered tho meadow nt the beginning meat be "taken care of." and mooj gas save a reasonable fee fur tho survlcin ren unof thelr ndvnnce upon Green Pancy. Is turned Intc the official carburetor salary list exceeds the kieel limit. clvreU to date. I will dlocliarie tlice atThat being the case, they wero now til ttw toe close of VVHIacn a administra- torneys under the law jf Since quite closo to the stake and rider fence tion iV.e has been added to the salary Kentucky, and force them to an action upon the basla alon- of set wen geparntlng the Curtis land from that list lvS new luoitlona In okl departments to recover refer tt the fcti'cil trie, uf of tho farmer on the north. and 30 bland htiw Jcl and poaitloiM rendered. de"Good," be sold, more to himself have inert created In new departments, thin state contained In the filluwing of the stale's highest court. begin to see light. Are making a total ot 3H mv names on the cision than to bur. "I Henry v. Vance, Qt U. W. I'll you afraid to remain hero while I go salary roll at an Increased monthly coat y Hreathitt Coal, lion valid Lumber of lU.W'u and an additional early outlay y Gregory. IS S. W II"! down there for 11 look around? I of KZe.tkO. further state tluit Hon. C shn'n't lie roiio moro than n couple of i.iwson. Verily, the faithful have been reIttimbUcan nominee for attorn. g. nei.il, minutes." warded; truly the public trough has caiu and will fully protect Interest "The wny I feel nt presont," she been thrown wide open but tbo day uf tha ante In tula nutter whin it is snld, Jorklly, "I shall never, never from of rtski nlng U at nand and finds the plactd In bje hands this Instant till the hour In which I state treasury empty save for nn Dut this Is not all of the etory. This enormous hurdle of Interest-bearindie, let go of your coattalls, Mr. administration has paid out to special warrants which evidence the statt'a ItuniBS." Suiting the action to the favored ttorns and.polltli.al bench, un..d obligations. "The gang" h.13 word, her Augers resolutely fastened, men the round sum of J4I.000 for spemerrily capered and cut the light fannot upon the tall of bis coat but upon cial legal services which could and Square, but the tastic on typltol stay hero by the should have Len renderid his sturdy arm. "I wouldn't people must pay the fiddler. ttate't attorney general. ulono for anything in the world." This same administration promised a Mo runs the aioi of a "busluoas ud "Heaven bless you," he exclaimed, business adinUiuttratlon" and to "rMid.'r mlHia tratlon" H boat only clalble pioof ut suddenly osalled. "And, since you put full and aomiuate wnvice In eery departefficiency is the loss and waste ot milIt thnt wny, I shall always contrlvo to ment uf the state government." I unheaH- - lions of the iwople'a money. V opoiieiit lutingly charge that never lias any ad- within arm's length." be and the Dett.boaatic caudldatia toi tl.e And so, together, they ventured uiinistiutlon In uuy stale shown such uphold and i undone tats okHcc-tor such auaoluto iwagllgewee along the edge of tho pit until they With every drop of bio. d lu and sifeg witling tho imhi- - my bod) I denounce it. oii who have in protec-tine- j retuiied the wagon road at tlie bottom, pie's lnlereat In inallem of the muat tin- suffered ihe low e.iu take uui choice. As bo bad expected, tbero was a iiiendoui. and WUl liepoi tunco. Work Political shed hard by. It was not Partisan Power. much of n place, but It was deserted Give Facts oof Hnrkness Case and n safe shelter for the moment. As an evidence of Us lack of vialon In my Unilttl time I ean give only big and Ua utter cualempt fur public opinion A workman's bench lay on Its side In outstanding facts and Inotocntu to Jullf altatilay and lib) foltowcru hae fustenra the middle of the earthen tloor. He this sweeping cliaige. In Wit I,. V. Dark- upon the I'harttattla) and penal Institutions righted It and drew It over to the ness, one of tbe world's ilcueat men. died of thla state tbe Wsjhltitg, dumnlng uil boarding. . . . She laid her head iuteatute a resident of Pfcyett, lewnty, ky uf latrtutaM peOlltcul ciiurul This against bis sjiouliler and sighed deeply K' ntucky, but claimed by New uik us liaekWHid, u use leu title, inhuman and . . . He kept bis tyes glued on the resident uf that Hale. Taat he waa a "reve.d Iters' " policy was imposed unou lueeo InslltutUms In the fuse of an door nnd listened for the llrst ouilnou lestdrnt uf thla stale Is now boyotid 4Ih the full proof of'lila KonliMky ueoplte tbe vooceiuiuitkiii uf I In ciitoe sound outside. A Ions time afterward rowidanet) waa nt the time of his death Modioli UMtioMlon. the pruteet of e -8jULllrQdv. twd tftsjwurds u matter of pubJtt roourd wanu' ufganiaatkin awl over lit ubj-iIom uf every good ' wmu und wumiuii in lu lhe.fjljks ojll.eojr..tbj.Pat.Qjigjij(Conllnuctl next week) b'entuotty. ' (Continued oa Pa Sena) MORROW'S PROMISE pt 'I'LL BE FREE GOVERNOR" f -- iia otflte-lioldl- pro-pol- ' ly a, ua-l- hull-droi- JHl; hool-hou- 1 Huf-fak- 1 rd interest-b- earing e, stone-cutter'- th one-four- d - 1 -- rum-paji- 1 1 tuu g s , e e. 1 r ' - Y Pace Four. THE CITIZEN September 18, 101 Berea College Hospital DrM Equipment See our line of Coats mid Senlce at I.owcM Cot. Wards for Men and for Women I'mnic ruxMiu, o.nus, r.irtirH. ocrii.r. Surgery, Cnre in Child birth, Eye, Note and Ear GENERAL Come in and KmiRRT and Suits before you buy. Jeffras Garments PRACTICE vilt an establishment, which l a friend In nerd, and in reach of all the people. IUhhk H. Cowlry, M I)., l'livslclan Di'Iiukv, M.I)., 1'liyslcinn Mks. Anna 1'owrll II.vckktt, R.N., Superintendent Mb. Hklf.n Stfarn Siiarpe, R.N., AfItant Built on nnnlitv ll III CHANGE IN RATES lleglnnlng March 1, the rate for loard and room of prirate wtlrnl will lie $15 to l8 per week. The rate for patient eared for In the wards will remain the same It per day. 11 Order of Prudential Committee, Herea College w workmanship. They are Made to Supporting the Government the government by WE are supportingthe Federal Reserve in See our new display of LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BERKA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A Fit "Fitrite" Petticoats We have a complete line of fall dresses in all the new materials. Best Blacksmithing Scientific horse shoeing, flno iron work and repairs of all descriptions at the Collego Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citizen ad. Oillcc. EUGENE MOYNAHAN Attorney-at-Law UNION CHURCH Doctor Hutchins will speak next Sunday at 11:00 a.m. in tho Union Church upon "Latent Moral Power, On lis Development and Use." Thursday evening, tho 18 insL, the conference topic of tho mid-wewill bo "Tho and prayer-meetiLegitimate Use of tho Sabbath." mccU at Tho Sunday-schoek ng ol System, the backbone of the nation's bankThis enables us to do ing organization. our share in assisting the government in handling its financial problems, and to extend to business and industry their proper measure of accommodation. II II MU Sweaters, Skirts, Middy Suits, etc., latest things in blouses for fall and winter, ('nil and see us. Richmond, Ky. Box 256 0:30 a.m. CHRISTIAN W. CHURCH MRS. EVA WALDEN THE WOMAN'S CLUB Collection?, Rentals, and Real Estate. Oillcc at present with Stephen D. bIHII Hudspeth returned from Estill and Clark Counties, where he held two meetings with goo results, Baker & Logsdon, Dentists and will occupy the pulpit at 11:00 Ofllce Hours from 8 to 5. Berea, Ky. a. m. next Lord's Day morning. Telephone No. 3. Subject of sermon will be, "Return ing to Jerusalem after an EvangeL. & N. TIME TABLE listic Tour." All are welcome. New Northbound students welcomo especially. 3:38 a. m. Train No. 31 o. m. Train No. 38.-1- 2:50 5:31 p. m. A BAD RUNAWAY Train No. 32 Southbuond On Wednesday afternoon a horse Train No. 3i 12:46 a. m. belonging to Mr. Tip Cooper, of near Train No. 3312:25 p. m. Slate Lick, broke loose from in 1:10 p. m. Train No. 37 front of Welch's Store and ran Mr. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Eli Corneliwm are down Railroad Street was thrown out of the rig as it the proud parents of a flno baby boy, born August 27th. His name turned on to Boone Street in front of James Baker's yard. He struck is Robert Edward. bis head and shoulder on the sideG. Reynolds, who has been visitwalk and received some very paining relatives in tho mountains, ful injuries. stopped in Berea on his way back He was picked up unconscious to London, Ky., where ho resides and carried to the Robinson Hoswith his daughter. pital, where he was given prompt Mrs. A. W. Hamilton has taken medical attention. her son, Augustus, to Louisville for The latest report from the Hostreatment for his nerves and eyes. pital is that he rested fairly well Stephens & Muncy have purchased Wednesday night, and there are the entire stock of building materi- reasonable hope for Ins recovery. als from G. L. Wren and havo moved it to their lumber yard near Millinery tho depot. Mr. Wren's plan now is to tear down his buildings, divide News tho grounds into lots and sell them. Miss Rudell Burba, of Louisville, At our Fall and Winter is trimming for Mrs. Laura Jones Opening, Friday and Satthis season. urday, September Mr. Wise, of Cleveland, Ohio, a we will show a line of friend of Miss '(iraee Cornelius, is visiting lier this week. Eastern Pattern Hats, personally selected by us Mrs. !'. M. Morgan, of Berea, has returned from Cleveland, 0., much in Cleveland, New York improved in health. and Cincinnati. The ss Major Jackson Morris will wholesale buyers have rethe citizens of Berea on Septurned from Paris, loaded tember 20th at ono o'clock p. m. up with new styles and Everybody is urged to come. Ladies new ideas for the first are especially invited. time since the war began. Mr. Tom Adams, of Hazard, Ky. We have taken the risk is spending a few days here with of buying some of the best his mother. styles and best hats for County Agent Spenco was in our customers. The best Louisville tho greater part of last weok attending the State Fair. is not too good for our customers. You are inMiss Sallio Lowen returned shortvited to see these hats at ly from a pleasant visit with friends at Panola and other places. Parrish. 12t J. Laura Jones' 19-2- new club of women has been organized in (own with tho simplo name, "The Woman's Club of Berea." Its purpose, like that of tho clubs that have oxistcd here, will bo both the cultivation of tho social and intellectual life of its members and tho fostering of everything that is beneficial to tho lifo of Berea people, and spccillcally the promotion of such special measures for civic bet terment as it may decide to undertake. The niembership is not limited to a definite number, in order that it may be the belter able to servo the highest interests or the women and the community. The nature and scopo of tho service it hopes to render Berea Js indicated by tho names of its six standing committees as follows: 1. A Committco on Health and Social Hygiene, to stimulate greater attention to thoso conditions-.whicaffect tho health and morals of tho community. !. A Civic Committee, to ihspiro greater effort along tho lino of beautifying our streets and homes. 3. A Committee on Home Eco nomics. Through this committeo (lie club expects, with of tho Department of Domestic Science of the College, to establish in the near future a community kitchen which will bo open every Wednesday and will afford an op- -. portunily for every householder to secure, by previous order, various kinds of food prepared for tho table,1 an opportunity that will doubtless be highly appreciated and exlcn- sivcly patronized. It expects to inaugurate this work tho first Wed- nesday in October. i. A Music Committee, to con-- 1 tinuo in some form tho benefit and enjoyment we have had during the summer in our Community Sing. 5. A Lilorary Committee, to cul tivate and gratify tho literary tastes and needs of its members and others. li. An Educational Committeo. One specific thing which tho club hopes to bring about is n (consolidated High School in Berea which shall embrace in its field tho outlying districts, as well as the city itself. Tho Club also hopes to sccuro for tho town a Community House to bu used as a center for community activities, which is also to servo as a memorial to our soldiers. It will afford a place for lectures, entertainments, discussion of questions of civic interest, a headquarters for tho Boy Scouts and a swimming pool whero boys and girls and men! and women can at all seasons of tho year enjoy tho very sport delightful and health-givin- g of bathing and swimming. Such a bathing pool is one of Bcrca's greatest needs, and this effort should meet with enthusiastic supporL It is to bo hoped that tho work of the new club will engago the hearty of all tho women of Berea and will receive In every possible way tho generous encouragement and practical assistance of the men likewise, and will result in real progress in all that is good in our common life. Thank God for women! We do not wish them "all transported far beyond the northern sea." Geo. H. Fcllon A New Repair Shop N'c have the most modern machinery, anil arc prepared to do your shoe repairing promptly by the most up to date method. Bring U Your Old Shoci and Hnve Them Made New at REASONABLE Located in the Cornelius PRICES Building on Short Street. Ilerca. Kentucky THE RAPID SHOE REPAIRING SHOP F. E. Riddle, Manager REAL BEREA HEROINE Precocity is a characteristic of a wide awake, normal child. Tho inmani stinct for fests itself early. And in somo children altruistic tendencies and the heroic qualities appear along wilh theso others. All thee trails were recently shown developed in a remarkable degree by Helen Roberts, daughter of E. L. Roberts, Superintendent of tho College Printing Olllce. Her coolness, prompt decision and action, and thoughlful-nes- s for others were fho means of saving her own lifo and tho lifo of a hltlo child. Secretary Vaughn's car was stand it win all Just a matter a ing near the brow of tho hill in' that front of his home. Helen and tho; of half a doen seconds. But her Vaughn baby climbed into Hie car, conduct .Hlmwed clearly that she was and were about lo be followed by determined to rescue tho baby beother children preparatory to driv- fore attempting to save herself. We are not always aware of tho ing up town. Tho movement of tho children acridontly jarred Iho car henuc spirits that walk about our enough to start it moving, tho brake doors, but it gives us greater oon-f- ld being only loosely applied. As it nco in tho race to know that moved backward it gained momen Vifro are people living among our tum. Every effort made to apply neighbors who, when a crisis . Glues, the brake or rescue, the child will put the life and safety of anfailed. The eer shot to the brink other above that of their, own life. of fhe hill, leaving tho life of tho And heroes and horoinos walk past baby at the disposal of Providence our doorways each day, dressed in and Helen Huberts. the habits of the work-a-da- y world. Melon was equal to the occasion. ami somo of tis havo not tho She made frantic efforts lo open keenness of lo recognizo the door, after failing to plare tin' them. huby in its mother's hands, who hail Helen Roberts is such a horoino! been thrown to tho ground by the machine. Then she Attempted t.i climb over the side with the baby, F. L. MOORE'S but tho jolUng ear causod her to drop it. In dropping the child she distinctly threw it beyond the wheels. Then she leapt out jiM as the car went over Hip brink, FOR thus saving her own life and that of the child, hut staying by her Firat Class Repairing tak until she was sure tho baby was safel AND Tho car shot like an arrow down the steep bill, turned turtle and lulled oi-- and over to Hie bottom. Fine Line of Jewelry Tins was le.irly a rase of riskit bfr ' s,1r the habv ing her MAIN ST. BEREA, KY Perhaps Mir di-- nut 'll nk "f it m Jewelry Store ' r i i l Mrs. Justice, of Hitchlns, Ky, wa9 Our Opening, Friday and Saturday in town at tho first of the week 1919 September 19-2entering her son In school. Quality Clothes Shoes and Hats mm J. M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut Street Berea, Kentucky See the New Coats, Suits, Dresses, Etc. B. E. BELUE & CO. Richmond, Kentucky f sopipniiipr ih. mm TUB CITIZEN Pago Five. Simpson, Lueien Adams James Angel, Wm. Hayes, Choslor Hayes, Win. Clirisman, Herman Cornell, Henry Kinuard, Harold Mathcny, Raymond Serivner, Howard Wilder. "The mott home-lik- e and attractive hotel In Kentucky." Seventh Grade mills Derthick, LeeUi Derthick, Bcrea CoIIckc Management. First Class, Moderate Kates. Carl Clnrkstou, Clara GrllUn, Bcssio For Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists Lrdfonl, lltilh Johnson, Nellio Gilbert Roberts. On lite 'Dixie Highway Eight Grade Thelma Anderson, Ethel Combs, Nannio Jones, Paul Johnson. High School ' CliMsleen, Mary Ilomingcr, Mllburn Irene Maude, Dclila Gott. lloliorls, Kelly Wagers, Everett WilRED CROSS ITEMS A family Newtpaprr for all thai It right Iluir, Gladson WnfTcr, Wallaco liams, Nannlo Grant, Orvillo Jones, true, ami Interesting Mr. Freeman, teacher at Bear Carl Williams, John Hill, Ulysses l'ubllh-dtrThurxUr at llrrra, Kf. Wilder, Frank McKlnnoy, Ralph Wallow, bad a confcrcnco with our BEREA PUBLISHING CO. Towery, Lawrcnco Richmond, Le- Executive Secretary in her office, (Incorporated) Saturday afternoon. vant Gabbard, Conny Anderson. WM, G. FH03T. willi our teachers wilt mean much Third Grado Subscription Rates Alvme Hell, I'a.i Galiliard, Minnie for our work. I'AVAIILK IN AOVANCK Wo bavo been glad to wclcomo Mae Cornclison, Ruth Bingham, On Year II.GO ST. Glndya Kll Month Simpson, Mario Cruso, Mabel SMW of Mort'a College boys asking fin Thftf Month Best, Jos. H. Moore, Ray Viars, Os- -! ro1' information ns to our worK. monrjr ty or EiprrM Money waid Lamb, Georgo Rlx. Tll Std Draft, lUirWU-rtExecutive Secretary has Order lttrr, or one rl two visited four of the district schools. cent lUmpi, fourth Grado Th dt aftrr yuur nam on lab I ihowa U "cllovo tho children in our what HaU ytMir aultatrlptlun I paid. If It U not Mamyo McKinncy, Minnie Lcdford, rhahtfM within threw wrvk aftrr rrnewaj notify lad to have a wl" l Ora Lee Hill, Therman Todd, Mar- -l 01. itladly tuppllnl If Mkalnc numlirrt will cd Cross organization, sliall Robinson. Paul Stout, Roy- ax notified. Professor Dizncy called in the IMtt trrma irUrn to an whofrlUtin new tut monil Artlmr, Herbert Arthur. Mrlptlont forua. Any un tending ut four yearly Miunlay w laiK over tlic ubacrH'tJvns can rtcvlvv Thv CiUien frra for I oince Fifth Grado on rear. prospects and needs of our Graded AuvertUlnr rate on application. Lucy Johnson, Llllio May Anderson, Alpha Cloyd, Ellen Best, Gladys, School. Wagers. Anna Roberts, Beth Rob-- ,' PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES Held In Swindle Conspiracy. its. Nellie Hays, William Haley, E. r. Ditnoy, Principal Chlcngo. Sept. 10. Charles W. Gaines,' French, Robert Cornellson, Wilfred the "brains" of n $3,000,000 September 17. Parent-TeacheWillnnl Combs, Thomas Hall, Clar"swindle trust." which wns raided In Association elected ofllcers, Friday eveninp, Si'ptombor 12. Mrs. Ida M. ence Rix, Forris Rix, Russell Hayes. the Majestic lintel, nnd six of his tis nlstjinls who were nrroMcd ot the Sixth Grade Dizncy, prusitlcnl; E. 1 Dirncy, time were nrrnlgned before Mona Anderson, Grace Barllelt, fume Clmrlc." Mrs. Laura Isaacs McKlnley and held JihIko Esther Bell, Hildrcd Farmer, Alta' on chnrge of coiifplrncy. secretary. French' The- Association was entertained Gaines, Mary Gaines, Mary Lewis, l,.,tnl una Html nl SIT. 0 nnil Ihnu n liy Hid various grade of tlio school Pearl McGuin Susio Robinson, Eva the otliur inon nt $10.000 willrsoino of tlio new folkloro roto sours the school has been learning. Miss Viola Dcllord is starling in lino shape with tlio third grade. Tho exceeding dry weather is embarrassing tho Public School. The dust is dreadful and the shortage of water is worst of all. Mrs. Lorena Muncy lias kindly atconsented to remain as teacher of tho sixth grade. Tho following is tho Honor-Ro- ll 19-2- 0, for tho first month. rirat Grade Fairy Simpson, jAlma Richardson, Mabel I'tillms Lillic Williams Rcba Ilakcr, Laura Todd, Paulino Simpson, Harry Derthick, Until Folhorgill, Noel Cruse, Chester Berea, Kentucky Corner Chestnut and Parkway (luiiie, llalph Grant. Second Grade Delia Combs, Gladys Haulle, Grace BOONE TAVERN 435 ACRES Madison County Land AT The Citizen Ed.tor-irvChi- .f ... ' 1 AUCTION Wednesday, September 24, '19 At 10:00 O'Clock rs' ' nl; Millinery Opening September 1919 You are cordially invited to tend our Millinery Opening, MRS. LAURA JONES This farm we will sell for O. H. Hendren and R. G. Woods On Menislaus pike, 8 miles from Richmond, 4 miles from 'Paint Lick, 7 miles from Berea. Long frontage on pike. TWO SETS OF IMPROVEMENTS A Brand new 6 room dwelling, 2 porches, cellar, cistern, new barn 36 x 40, new garage and all outbuildings new. Another 6 room dwelling, porch, cistern. Two large barns 40 x 120 and 44 x 120, 20 foot eaves. Two concrete silos 16 x 42. Can feed 100 head of cattle in each barn. Two tenant houses. 25 acres in tobacco, 90 acres in corn, 40 acres meadow, balance in Blue Grass. 100 Acres of Virgin Blue Grass Sod for years. field. This land is ready to "Punch" been used for a stock farm and grazed by big cattle, Watered by 4 ponds, springs, and Silver Creek. Everlasting water in every Known as the John Powers Farm ill mi riH wMM i awi i m iii a' Here's the way we look at it Long frontage on pike. Will be subdivided and sold in tracts of 60 to 150 acres. Just to suit the purchasers. Land is level and rolling and very fertile. In good neighborhood, and close to schools and churches and markets. Look over the land before day of sale. Doc 1 Iendren at the farm will show it to you, or R. G. Woods, Cashier Peoples Bank at Paint Lick. Remember Swinebroad "ALWAYS SELLS," and always offers something good. Just for a minute, look ut the tire proposition from our standpoint. Wo are in the tire business here, to stay. We can remain business only so long as wc please our customers. in Consequently, it pays us to handle pood tires United States Tires. AUo remember this land will be sold without reserve, by bid or limit. An absolute sale. Somebody may get a bargain. Buyers at Swinebroad's sales get a square deal. For further particulars see, Doc Hendren, R. G. Woods or They're the tires we sell. They're tho tires you should use. Wo have them to meet every need of price or use. United States Tires are Good Tires Boone Tavern Garage Berea, Kentucky SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Man, Lancaster, Ky. Or. W. E. MOSS, Adv. Mgr. BOLIVAR BOND, Auctioneer v V Page Six Till: CITIZEN September 18, 1010 MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. liobert F. Spcncc, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investicator lo lmi'M't and be loss likely In bo SELKCTINO SEED CORN blown down by strong winds. In ad'Hi.' prenl shortage of corn I f r mhm! over n largo part of dition it is desirable llnil I ho tin bang downward, u our KmiIm. ky two year apo Ibrcnlcnodiof ih. uch ears shed rnin lietlor and are for lime lo result in a serious linn likely to be damaged. Another n m acreage of Ibis most imro-(fu- cli SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Driector or Home Science lunii at noon. Sandwiches generaltho principle nrllclo of the (own. mothers in tho country, fiHid. and suoh a variety of thoso II no Grass and are within tho irdans of (ho nvorago mothers in tho mothers in (ho mountains bavo lo family that no nuo ought lo fall i it THE SCHOOL LUNCH DOX All over our country mothers 1 In ly form ' Owing lo the fortun desirable rhnrartprifstirs if nni ate liii' tint considerable corn in formilv in maturity. Only by lie! Southwestern Kentucky was found election can wo hope lo inlluenc lo be of fwxi'l (anility-- , Ibis danger Ihe type of plant. Ilxporlnionls have not shown thai wn m cried ami farmers wero able seed of a fair am particular type ofvenr is belter to obtain suHn trou than another, n far as yield is con quality Luf Villi corned. Thus the grower may su ble ami o.xpi -Much of tin -- "I Insight was of hi own fancy in selecting a ,type varieties untrir-- J m I In section of ear. Uniformity of typo is do used ami it it doubt- sirable, however, as an indication where it ful if as good results will be ob- -. of careful selection and brooding, seed It is natural to selocl largo ears iained is fratu limne-grow- n for seed nnd there is some evidence , of tested varied practice of dopond-io- f that tho seection of large oars may The carrier upon coi li taken from the rrib have some influence upon yield. Rules for Selecting Seed Corn Ihe spnnti for planting was in I. From hills with two stalks for Hi.' shortage of seed. The 1917 mp mafureir late and, bo .checked). 2. I'TOin stalks bearing two or fliuse of unfn"i abb drying wenth- er, the grain rcmlamed a large por- - more ears, or one good ear. stalks, 3. From good-sizeentnge of water when put Into tbo height stalks. i. Medii-m- crib. Com dries nut slow ly in crib-- , 5. Kars of proper height from the due Id the limited circulation of air, and mtwl of the moisture was ground (from i to C foot). C. Shank of nediu;n length, oar till itt I bo grains when tbo severe f reeling weather caino in oarly Do pendant (hanging over). 7. liars of good Jongth. oember. As a result tbo germ was 8. liars well rounded over th destroyed. The few farmers who gatboii'il seed when the corn first tips and bults. 0. Kars large around. ripened, or even when tbo llrst busking was done,, and gave it an 10. Kara with small cob and large opportunity lo dry out quickly, bad Kernels II. Kars with wedge-shape- d ker good socd. This shows that even nels. with tbo extremely unfavorable and 12. Kars with grains in straight unusual climatic conditions prevailing two years ago 'shortage of seed rows. t.'l. Kars with grains plump and is unnecessary. Certainly, with the experience of linn on the cob two years ago so frosh in mind, few IS. Kars with grains rather smooth farmer will neglect lo gather an dented. ndurpiatc supply of seed this fall at 15. Kars with grains not mixed the cauliost opportunity. In those saiiio color), Tho llrst seven rules apply to so critical years in our history when such groat issues depend upon the looting from cornfield. Go through production of good crops, we must corn and mark in some "way the tako every precaution lo produce stalks you arc going to select from such crops. No othor factor is and leave them standing without moro important in getting gooil topping or blading. Let corn maFOUNDATION SCHOOL. AND NORMAL COLLKGK yields of corn than good seed and ture naturally on standing stalks, S 7.IJ0 3 5.00 $ 0.00 The last eight rules will apply Incidental Fee with no othor crop is it easier and GX0 050 050 cheaper lo bo assured of having lo selecting after gathering. Shuck Room 15.75 15.73 15.75 good seed. First-cla- ss seed cannot the corn and put up in an open Hoard, 7 weeks 28.25 29.25 Amount due ScplombcrU7, 1919 2755 bo had in any year by gelling it dry place, ,or hang with wire or Board, 0 weeks,' duo October 2t 1350 1350 50 from the crib in the spring. While string where rats can't get lo it. Don't Forget How Scarce Seed Mich seed may grow, it will not Total for Tarm $11.75 810.75 Corn Was In 1918 J 12.75 give as vigorous and strong plants Next week The Citizen will have as seed that has been properly Expenses for Girls an article on How lo Care for Socd , cared, for. $ 5.00 $ 7.00 $ COO Incidental Fee Corn. How tq Select Seed Room 0.50 G50 050 Selecting ed from the Held just 1 S.OO 11.00 11.00 Board, 7 wccki previous to cutting the crop, or 2050 Amount duo S'aplombcr 17, 1919 2550 2750 when the corn is ripe enough lo COTTONSEED MEAL FOR HENS 12.00 .12.00 Board, 0 weeks, due October 29 12.00 cut, is by far the most satisfactory Experiments on Government Farm method of selection. Not only docs "$37 50 , $3850 '$3950 Total for Term ..' Show It May Be Fed to Chickens this early gathering insure plenty With Good Results. of timo for the ears to dry out This docs not include the fourdollars deposit, nor money for books thoroughly before freezing weather (Trrpared by the United States Depart- or laundry. Corner rooms $1.00 more. ment of Agriculture.) but it permits the selection of cars Cottonseed tiienl In rather limited Special Expenses In Addition to Incidental Fee Basinets from the most vigorous and healthy amounts hns been fed with excellent ' Full Winttr String plants and from the stalks that results, to a pen of ."0 pullets on the $13.00 $12.00 Stenography and Typewriting $11.00 most nearly meet tho grower'.-- ) experiment farm of the, United States 13.00 12.00 11.00 ideal in regard lo height, location department of agriculture. These pul- - Bookkeeping (regular course) 0.00 C50 550 lets nveraged .7.2.3 ecus each In -- 0 Bookkeeping (brief course) of ear, the angle of the ear. etc i l.iko produces like, and continued" weeks, from November 1 to March 20, Business course for students Is best in other departments: selootion for llioso characteristics whichyield practically equal to the year egg 9 DO 82o received during the Stenography will tend to produco a strain of from any of the other experimental Typewriting, with one hour' coin in which all tho plants ap0.00 G50 use of instrument 550 proach tho ideal sought for. Com. Law, Com. Geog, Com. In general, wo may say that tho 1.03 1.80 1.95 Arith, or'Penmunship, each.. varieties of corn grown in Kentucky no caso will special Business Fc&s exceed $1.00 per week. n would bo improved if wo could moro stocky and shorter If it is impossible for any young man or ypung woman to bo plants, with tho oars carried uniformly lower down on the stalk. in school tlio full year, by all means they fhould enter for a course dur ing the winter and .spring terms. , Suh a type of corn would bo oasier The public schools will closo about Christmas and .tho teachers and advanced pupils should not bo idle through tho long winter months but should bo studying in Berea where tho best education' can CINCINNATI MARKETS. be gotten for least money. portant crop. i i -onin-lorabln- ed put up lunches for the children (o to a ml when tilling tt child's lunoh lake In school when thoy livo loo Imx day nflor day. general education. Ono mother of my nripiainlnnco Inr nwnj- from tho school house for ron YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Print- (ha children lo conio home. keeps over ber kitchen Initio n list ing, Commerce and Telcgrnphy. So much has boen said and wrll- -( if nlmul llfly wuidwirhos Unit aro FOR YOUNO LADIES Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, (n U) mothers about tho wrong especially liked by Ihe members of Nursing, Sinography and Tjrpowritlng. feeding of their children, and thoy Iut family. She it constantly aditi lino bin lold over and ovfr that ding to the lisl, srttlng her 2nd Door Berea,s Foundation School from articles in ihe cur- -, their children will sertn "stupid' in General Education for thoso not far, advanced, combined with some ncbiMil if not fed properly. This rent wntnan's inatmiiuo from timo niiinhci of The Citizen, nnd the In tune. One of Um very best-like- d vocational training. No matter wliat your present advancement, of all i that nf plain bread wo can put you with others like yourself and givo chance for next, is going lo be devoted lo the most rapid improvement right kind of luttrhr-- fof your chil- and butler willi n generous helping have taken suggestions of ot.fnshioned brown sugar. Her dren. from mntmiuog Unit bnve givon rhildren like this even lieller Ihan Door English Academy Course cake. For those who are not expecting to teach and who arc not going kmI material, from tho personal 1'ln're are any bomber of dainty, of mothers who lmvo put thru College and desiro moro general education. It also givos tho best general education for thoso who wish a good start in up lunches for yonrs, and from a appetising sandwiched U) lieunado r. Pried phippods store of "fifty nnd more" snndwleh frnrn study and expect to carry it on by themselves. tilling recipes, some of which will beef, boiled limn, mimed salmon, surely (11 any season nnd any ftockcl rnri linen nnd tniiirue all make np- Door Normal School Nut petimir ami fnMl niliugi. expect lo loach. Tho hook. This gives excellent trainm- - r thoso who eggs d Common-Sens- e rheee and Luncheons For courses nre so arranged that ung people can loach through tho II tnslc heller if chopped or grated, Children to tnko to School summer and fall nnd attend sciin.d through tho winter and spring, and they spread much moro ensily. By Bertha Bellows Slreotor thus earning money to keep ig'it on m Iheir courses of study. A tettspoonful of mnyonnaiso The ideal school lunch furnlsho) a large amount of nourishment at' prond upon bread and buller, with 5th Door Academy Course the ent possible tax upon tho di- -, linked llsh loft from breakfast, is iliis Is the straight road to College best training itt Malhcmatlca, goslivo system. Whothor Iho child, delirious. Manyonnaiso can also be Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The mts it at ton o'clock or at noon, ho mi rod witli choiipod cooked chicken Academy is now Derea's laricst department. has (o study almost immediately or Inmb, with a pioco of chopped " afterward, and the amount of brain celery added. Cream chooso mixed Door College work that ho can accomplish is with chopped nuts makes ono of tho nils is tho crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard largely depondent upon the ease piost nutritivo of sandwioh fillings. courses in all advanced subjects. with which his lunch Is boing di- -j Fancy - shaped 'tnnilwirh cutters gesti'd. A pioklo, for irtstnnco, can may be uwd to advanlngo in temptA Temporary Raiso in Board is forced by war conditions. For ing a particularly bad rase of lugtwenty-flv- o years the board has ramaincd the same in Berea, but the ne or bo assimilated. It goes un- -j changed through the system. Each, ging appetite. When puddings or unusual situation in which the wholo country finds itself now makes orgnrt is stimulated to do riitilnrd.s are made, one baked in n it impossible for us lo live on the samo money as we have in the past digestive (o will serve as a dessert accomplish ilsxwork up. ruidard-rti- p its hel , All students do some work with their hands from six to six .n that pirkh. Each and every tor the lunch. Lunch is incomplete without fruit, teen hours a week as janitors or in tho farm, carpenter shop, print"in Dually has to own itsolf deing ofllco, laundry, boarding hall, olllco, etc., and receive pay which feat o. I mid forro tho unchanged which should he ripe and sound. pickle on to tho noxl organ. But When fresh fruit cannot bo reduces their 'expense. the dried stewed fruiU may young man or young woman can get an education Any that is not saying that a child's at Berea if there is the will to do so. craving for sour foods cannot bo J Im u''d stulfe) dales, tigs or wufidllnil sweets (lint fio atimvn in Hi, rnllmi.l.' pruiKs an n.wrjsliin PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent Roll them in powmay Im' aM-sugge.stiuns. by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: dered sugar and slulT with nuts, slantial foods aro demanded by the iiinrliineliiw, peanut butter or Expenses for Boys older bnv nml, icirl who f:miol ttro j f i lim r . VOCATIONAL AND ACAURMV v Berea's Vocational Schools money-earnin- g Training that adds to your powor, combined with - sug-nnll- s 3rd Berea's left-ove- 4th Berea's i ni'sj hard-lioilp- i Berea's Preparatory 6th Berea eil. able-bodi- ed HOW TO GROW STRAWBERRIES They Are Moit Popular of Small Fruits and Particularly Adapted to Home Garden. (Prepareil by the I'nhnl 8tat Orpin liltnt of AvMrulturr ) In the ciititer'i Many home gurili-nfulled StaleH lme n iwitrh of stiuw iil:i i berries. Tliey sre tin bmihI of small fruits, tin most widely grown of any, and are mrtlcunrly ndHptisI t the home ganlen. as they ripen ear Her than other cultivated frull. aiei enough to supply an onllimry fumilt can be grown on n siniill nreu. In vnlue the trnwberry crop In the lTn I led .Stales l.s niin2 fruits only by tho xpilc. pitirh anil grnpu. The value of the crop, Ing to the last census, wus $12.1 an acre, as compared with an n venue value of about $15 an acre for wheat and coni. It Is n much more Intenslv c'ri, than tin sralns uml xhould bo treated us niicIi. When raided In the home garden, varieties which have thu best dessejt quality and ripen during a long season or In succession, without reference to tholr nblllty To stand long hhlpmunts. arc desired. Mnrket i.,Hrden)r.s also ruNe KtrawberrieN under Intensive methods of culture, and since they nre located near the markets In which their crops aro Mild, they nre not Interested primarily In the shipping ipiallty of the varieties. Truck growers who re more s -- " i i ifl grccn-mauur- siinisl Strawberry Crop Has High Value. "ihe Tjrais ruins nnay objectionable, and beenuie of Hie danger of Injury to the plant, from white grubs. The land linit hIi be freed of ipinek grass mid Hiiy other serlotmly persistent weeds. If tho soil Is deficient In humus n crop, preferably a legume, should be grown, or sinhle manure should be used, prove nei-or- se-tu- iro In shipping to distant iimr-kot- s Kliould give oiiilderutlou to the MhlpplUK lis well mm the dottMirt qunllly Interested Hay and Grain. Cora No. 2 while $1.57 I. SS. No. 2 3 allow $lJ5Tfel..V. No. 8 yellow Sl.'iO 1.87. N. 2 mixed $VMU 1.37, No I aUed M .v,ei..'U, while ear 1.5S 1.00. return tar llOOftl tti. i Sound Huv Timothy per ton, new $3S30, rioter mixed lit iJ"30, clover ma, saKS. Oats No 2 whit 72',&7.V, No. 3 No. 2 lulled 719 Whit Tl'i'vTO-71fec, No ;i mixed 7Ufc"lc. and Poultry. Butter, I Hitter U ho milk creuiuer extrai reemery extras 57e, S&ttc, ctnirulli. n 33c, fuiicy dairy frits SSHe, m . Applicants must bring or send testimonial showing that they an above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bt signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some rellabU teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advice writo to the Secretary, A Combination of Utility and Standard MR5HALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Quality. No bad I'tltcts bnve been noted from this fued, either In tho eggs or la the condition of the fowls, and the limn out It freely. Tlio ration follows : Dry Makh Scratch Mixture 1 pound cracked corn i nouuda coltunsd Fall Term Begins September 17. tqnsecd moid Is produced! luiTTof flit; licof scrap In tho musli apparently can be replaced by cottonseed meal with excellent results. HAVE Mayor NO ONE TO PUT IN JAIL Ets rations. of the varieties they grow. In localltlin Milijwt to 1fo sprliix frost it slto for stniwberrle should be somewhat nlviitisl. m cilld air settleH r In low- ilat'it and frost there moro frequently Hum on the elevnleil spots. Strawberries thrive liest on will which Is naturally luolut, hut not wet. Plants on wet will usually umkt very little growth In the Huaimvr ami are likely to lit) killed when the ground freeios In thu winter. TlMTeture. the site chosen for struwherrlea hfiould lie Ordinurlly a site hnvluic w;ell u grnihuil rather than u steep slope N - Setting tin plants so thai the crowns aro even with tilt surfaru of the ground after the soli has been parked about tlio roots, anil making the soil very firm about tho plant nru linjinr-tant- . If the soil Is not properly tinned about the roots, air gets to 'them nnd they nre likely to dry Out, resulting In n feeble growth or none at all. Two systems of training strawberries tire In general use, the bill system and the matted-rosystem. Under the former, the plants tire set six to twitity-fou- r Inches atwrt In rows from three f to three nnd feet distant. The Chesapeake. Clurk and Marshall are more frequently grown under this system. system Under the matted-rothe plants aro set In rows from three to live feet apart and tho runners aro allowed to till a sMtcu a few Inches on either side nf the row, thus making u solid inasa of plants. Tlio Dunhip, Oandy and Aromu, varlotlos which make a lurg number of runners, are rarely grown In other than malted one-hal- SOe. rVopv- - ordlMT) i:tra hi'i Poultry ll In- -' li. finds 17 ,20c: broiler, l' fowls, 4 Uv im, 2.K--; ui, n. what ryem. over 2 lb, IpoutxloaU lb and oer. 27c: over, 2Uc; umlvr'tl 1 pound 2 4 ISc. good lo ctiou c W'iUU 11.3U, common to fair $7 SjlO; beiterH, extra $11 12, guod to choice u..0i U. common to fair SO 4); cow, extra SU..1U 10, khhI to cbaJcu $7U. coiiiiiunt to fair $30.b0, oauiiork $I.7S3.30, UK'keri mid feed12.VI, Cattle Shipper steers, extra $1 -- Live Stock. I11C1H, butcher ers $0011. Ciil-a coinmuu HiidlurKU $00)1.1. klilpper-- i hoavy Soluctud $1UX0017, good to cliolco puckora and $17, iiiudluin $17, htngs butclior cliolco SlQffHXO, and coiuiiKin luwvy fat sown $10fllU.O, light slilin purs $1GQ17, pig) (110 lbs and less) 20.78, Uxlrs $21..fulr to good $11 Iln JflltflO. APPLE-TRE- E WASH BORER jioumli cdrn nwl sparingly The fteratch mixture Is po that tlio litiiis wit about equal parts Apply Thick Coat of Paint Made From of tills mixture and of tho dry inasli. Raw Llnteed Oil and Pure A lnrgo pur cent of cottoiiKued meal White Lead. In a dry miudi without nny buuf hemp (Prepared by the UnltM States Departhns not given satUfuclnry rwults. ment of Agriculture.) ffd u ration with !l!l pnr cent Probably the. best wash for npplo-tre- o muul uvirugtd only JW.2 eguH borers Is u thick coat of pulut apiece In one year. A ciMMilerul)U' per cent nf those igi;8 bud dlscoloii'd made from raw Unseed oil nnd puro yolks, with green or lirownUli-gri'twhite lend. Itoinovo tho earth for a spots, makliig thum unlit for market. Ulstanco of threu to four Inches from Tlmie results nppour to Indicate that tho huso of tho tree, scriipo oft tbo cottonsct'd inool can lio fed at tho ruto dirt and looso burk hcalttn, anil, after of about 10 pur cent of the muesli, or 0 worming, apply to the oxposeif trunk per cunt of the total ration, with an a thick, uniform touting of paint to a dlstuucu of about a foot ubovo ground. cual per cent of beef scrup with mllent r"HUs. In ui'ctlntu wliore. cot; I pound 9 pounds Wf temp un! bran mklilllngs iivaal of Canton Wants to Know What Uie the Prison Is In His Tom. fl I'ul-lut- s Tanton, O. "What good Is a Jail when there Is no ono to put In It?" This ipiery was sprung by Mayor l'nnrniHii, and when ho failed to get ther olllcliils bo annny answers fro that nounced he would recommend the old city 'Jail In flio ImKemoiit of thf city hall bo iilmndoned mid tho space bo repaired and converted Into otllcc rooms for the city building commls Finn. "Tho Jail is of no uso now," sab' Mayor i'oorman. "It bus only beer used for several yours for drunks and Klpckers nnd now wo have none ol these. Tho new Jail Is sutllclently larg to take curt of ull prisoners," ho may, or added. Ity eliiMiMlui' illfTer-otl- t should be slopes It Is HMllile to vary the period of rlHnliiK M".eml ilayii, as the berrlus havliiK a southeru expiMiir; will ripen earlier than thum tootled on it cooler northern slojie. .Straw lurries tmt only have a wide cllmattc itdnptutlou but may bo grown siiccussfully upon nlimwt any type of soil, from coarse mind lo heavy rUi, provided It Is well Miippllisl with iiion-turand lit the sumo time well drained. When early fruit Is denlivd Mind) Mill Is often chosen, since the heriits ripen somowhat earlier than on clay soil, other conditions being the same, though heavy yields chii he M'curod on either type of soil. All soils for should ho supplied with humus. straw-berrlo- rows. Flower stems usually nppoar on strawberry plants soon utter thoy aro set. Report Is Against Parrrxri. Wushlnaton, Sept. 11. Kxamlners of Interstate commerce recommended that thu complaint of tlio National Council of Kurmers' associations against new rates on courso train bo dUnilSM'd. e Tho preparation of tho miJI for strawberries should begin usually at least two years hofortt tho plants are to ho set, or tlio plants should he wl In soli which has received preparation In growing other cultivated crops, Newly ptojixl soil .hinj,!shouljljtot be Change In Dry Dill Urged. Washington. IteptvsenluiUo lien-soof Mnrjlmiil, bus mude public n copy of a teleuram sent from Columbus, Ohio, by .1 anion Ciiiinon, Jr., and L'rnst II. Clierrlugtoii, I out hi in of the l.eoguii, Nutioiiul to Wu)iio II. Wheelsr, awieml counsel of the Itsigue, In which they udvlso it uiiidltUtiH.ia Vjif iho prohlliitlou bill beforo tlio lloiiso so us to ubvlutltjalavorlng uxtixivts from Ha dntstk'u provisions. -u, Alltl-Miluo- li t September IMPuOVF.D 18, 1010 UKIFOfcH IWTCMATIONAL THBCITI55KM. P.igo Sovcn. "I'LL BE mEE GOVERNOn" SUNMSCIt! F TTCCAUT r Can Anyone Know? I)y IMtV. W.W. KRTCriUM Plt tor rf lli F!nlngrifi, Uly Iltcv v H ,t nv.,1 n f) . r.11,1.Teat her of Kinili in tl.r M,nd lllhle Institute .if I'Minvn i (Oasyrtahl. tv inn Nw.(i-- r r?u..n( ll, Utnit DIUtloMllule.CMctio PROMISE (Continued from Figs Three) t rl'iiilf nan I'l.i notioi'ihte nun to lie- find this iH'tloti rndvr this svttrm IM lil irk of inlillm sti mitlrs Iftcferrcv, 'ifaiitita Mb mini tiemi'iMit, mm asylums Into guarho ews, treble minded In- nf iiownllon and millions' Inin iiliiit-mites of It's,- bixllutluns but it and pjwl of a pt.lliti il lm tee final reult Under this has keen tn indictment ef the in- MORROW'S s ytn LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 23 TKXT-Tti- BCviewi AND ' OF jwni thai bllrvi nm nf jcsut.oun saviour unto of toil. Dial ye on th hrow tltat th tn pirraal III. may you that yo KINO. OR PARABLE! havr unln i Ihlnt" nf havp I writtni THI KINGDOM. I Jonn Can on the H:U R. V. Mint in the know flofi of flort. of hip rlaas. Kor (In- - 1'rlmary ffii- - review lunlrl In tlir toplr. ".Ipmis nml ihi Chllilri'ii ;" the .luiili.r. "('IhhimIiiu r Ji-si- Till" mt'thfrt nf rrlin! Hip ciuriV linnM hf riV nn.ronp whether or not he :- i- M n lr.ir Interiiiiillnto Program for Our Adult life In thl Is pternnlly snvH Th!a rerfnlnly Is nn ltnHirtnnt thing to know. If It can he known. of Reform, oerinundtflt f tf ttit eSsm ssai af tie superintendent of Inrl tute and led the Pfcl-Vindet Irst ip the home of the feeble-minde- d chrfrcn. hnwatenrd and unattended, burning up w.th fever, dylnf of the "flu," tryng through the len'p night tor wjWr, while in ctnsr wards cr-o- innsne chi'arrn, their little bodlet twisted .n the agony ef siireee. were eovereuywith vermin. nnd de n i' iii iii'v h. pli i Ii. M .lions, inin i'i- of I i mi iiii id .ill 1.ioi wlio Ihr r.ifr.i. 1 1 m II I In-- nrr Itii !. nt tlt. mm . nI h in i n.t rlos al-- . hniii.tnit . I wrong'i I rsr ntriiti.. ms hiiouiiI I, upeinted hh i i l, ' i ' i.ki in ( i V, ' HW'Ul' iy Si I, nee Ol ImIHI'. . I , t nKht, pmi'l, rvti i.it nn In fki.n' lo seeure my firetlon te the exfir a; o, ihey line hern sustained t of partleiinshtp should be euidicated (rum alted position ts which I nanaeabty their "ontrol should latia, fames .u,.l evlatnre. Th cast. Imimdiately p and hsjltlntlonwill prevent stpire, sha'l net sledge ,sred which sinffe la In ) Vnu, and yon alone, nuniix or n.ake a sir.gle trade. When s of stste n ml county mnst rttidri the eid.et In tht nm- - of the this great trust comes t me my ondei partisan emnlems, and etrery binkrn pinmi-t- - .mil Mol.itrtl hands shall te free to tahe It, ny Ill the n.iiin i.i i ., A.i'ted dullira NI which will in ike ihelr ntnrss. nut thnr mind not bound By harnmni, tut or v - i. i. ui,,, i,i Hn emp.t poll! r.tl .iiliiuillon. the ileiei milling facruwlhs, dee Odd rny heart and taeiscicusat tor In Ihelr Kentucky. IB lit lion K nn i, u la ih timsu mi ,mi,. free tt strive etofie for the best nt r. schools sptl colleges, Is entltlrd tn as Rood name of in, H..i, . i.iiwciii. the edtt 8f rry stats. It m your wimi control hi. in .unl tie test boo I. as the best. I .el us see that "he has 7 "n hem. fi tv vitci me governor tho scandal, In Un' n .ini .unl hope or heller tammanviealtn Aays snd Imiri a The strain f politics tei stten be ninent, I appeal t I WILL tmlrehes the einnne of the Judge. tsjrou to i.i-- tit. u,.it nt ui irhuke My party cheerfully bit oh .i id. ail along the line ground ,0 Demanding takes alladvanced and exrii t iliiuri eeonon, pnull, li,fi Knforce rtftd In Jd,-.ia- l M your a Iiii w ,1 'I .., ,,, n A n in lllf .r ihe that s officers be elected on s nonpartisan in in parll' Hi.. I 1., -h the eve 11, plan, vothoit party emblems or desfalttl 1,1, k n w pit pa biins Ine mid ottip, ' mem In ignation, penalty ol p ..i. .,, ,,. .nn fitness i.nd qualification mnt ot si. tie alen should determine their selection. The hi.a.i,. ,n ..,fy prssentt to I WILL Muitntlfull Ul it ni :uwjf a plain, bhsi bv nn line, favoi-ihl' m, I of i !i ItiMled 1, .phlt, ul), U.nm-k- y Take tht should s fi piaticrm, smfetdylng a comloiia i go Iiom iiik-- n sIkhiiiI st rltl s in the thtoit of 111, vt itr s ihnit plete system of nicusa snd censtriMI. ., i ,f ., , tnsiliuil.i,- - mil name Industrial and aRrli 1ilini.1l dt velopmeru Ittml tt, tie iet. to. miiy ,, rt of ni'-Tn Hl'itilitlt ml, iln,',, 1, .) Iheli 1011I101 efhlarse this plattcrm ts ma It Is my ui .I n mils of such vt II k now n ,hnr.ict'-N. 10 word given to tm. uci-- t r and l ti ,, m, of ii,i Milintiii oiice to ihin ui that nil will i,i". u th it 111,1.' plecue to r n,ent, in ,,M .,f tilt :'4ilcullin il bonid Ihe evil of lo Unl tic t d urm en in ,, ii the cttt efforts of ,0 p.irui.iin ,in,l ,i. iitiloi'i in 1U It ul thnt try lent n J mma. ..f ttlsiippeni fin, xi ,., int III Ii, m i "t, il n 11 I., t, y 1 supeim-tendrni, . llin-iMmw .ii i I ,1 1 1, i , ths in join i iimii.,. Purges nine !.. oi Kenimki. been mads ami for poll I Ps, and politicians livery vest's-- fti v .i.ii-o-- itsi t i ,1 ,1 , i let-te- . As iht in ui most rises lh' l i'Iii-M- " nn-I.lvc; f. r thr-KrmlM Ihr nl'-o- t nf iIip I'htirfh. not-Innlln-'iiiv- . lt lilp iiikI arrvlre. A heller n trnnlrl lie t" "iml.v lwr fully 'ho pnmtilr of the khiL'ili.tn twf forth in Mntthfii 13 II "41. The i Mllile, Hip l heme of which wr I. II). The Parable of tha Hid Treasure ' salvation, glfr this Information. If. anyone, desiring to k n ii w Is whether . eternally will go to the III sa-ved- tir 'm m t i,. l - lijii-- Tin' iimhiI tntrrrrtiitliin nf Hit jMirnlili'. nuifclti,' flirts! thf hltl tin- - fur v hli'h n vlnner mtll rive lip rtrrjth'tiif In iinli-- r lo buy bin salvation, must he ritti-tii- l for tin- - ff'lhivv Ine rontons- - (1) Chrlt I tint laid-iii In m fldil but linn iHiii lifted tip ii'iiii-t- t uml hi'mIc ii tn th world hi'. H oblisiil t,i (") Ni.lnly Iiii liny the unrld In onler to gri Christ (.1) Snhnll.itl cniiiiot I ttrhasetl riT l Uoil's five mid' amrloim gift. 'n wiirrrtnt l ever nlit to a limn to mreal hW nfter It In olitnlmil. I. Tin- - tleM This the WKirtd (v :ts). rortunnti'fy th! himlniart; tills bri'ii mud bj ("Jirlt hlmof. 1!. The In I'siilm IH.VI we are told ' tin land, the rlmmm people Is lil trmnr'. The same truth Is set forth In illtTeri'tit places nnd ways (I lent. 'Jfl:l: Xt-- . Ul. When Christ ill tin t this nrnhp the i miicenleil from trlhes were liiimnti ulwrvatlun. nnd to tlit rent if linrl It wan n prophecy of tfmt wlilrh wki to follow. Tin- - kingdom hn t(. lis rotation nnd hearing - tuiw hida prlftiarlljr eiit to tin' den. ClirWt for thflrv tmUm tin- - IIHil fur It (I) hi-l- d I 7S; H-2- : tt-i- Hln-nd- Jfn; !l. Tin l'ur-hor- : Hip S?oti nf fSinl (John 3:10). but Hip Hon of Ood had diirh roMtiirrcs to tiny tlip world. I. Thf pnrrliHi prlci. Thin win the prwiinw IiIikhI of tlio Sim of Ood. l wlilcli worth Intlnlti'ly more tluin otlviT and cold nnd thi tronstiri'f of tln nirlli (I IVttr 1:13. 10; Iwi. f3). II. 'The Parable of the Merchantman Seeking Goodly Pearls (vr. 4.. W). 1. Tin- - nipri'lianttnan. lie Is rnitnal In sinrrh for poarli. In t til (.curih In1 iIIkpomts one ponrl of preat prlco. Till incri'liHiilniHn i nono otbpr tliHii ChrNt hlniwlf. nctlvlty of tlu I'iiIIht. Son. mid Holy spirit. Minn tin- - full of iiihii. linn ln'cn M'olilni: tho.i who art' Imt 2. Tin- piirrhaKlne prlro. aim inor clmntiiian Mild all iiipovi-rKhpil hlnv mlf In order to buy lln pearl. The xior bwt sinner rould not buy t'hrNt. Mil Mfilvatlon l without money ami without prloe. Christ did luiHverih himself, tiinieil IiIh hark upon the liiHivenly glory (Phil. 2 S) to the one iienrl of urent prlre by lilt own precious blond (Ivph. .ri:'J.'i; I Pet. l:IH. IP). 3. The pearl nf Brent prlfp. This l the rhiireh. The niercliantiuuii will dud other pitirls of VHlue. but the peerless jem M't iibnve all others will lie the I'lmn li whlrh he Iihh purehicuil wllh his own blood. III. The Parable of the Drag Net (vv. IT. .'si). This glM's us ii pleture of the nf the kliiKiIoin. No one run mlxtake the tiieutitni; here. Note: 1. The Hen. This uoril when used In u llcumtlve m'Iiki' denotes peoples nni tiltllllttldeK (Daiu 7:3. Itev. 17:ir). 'J. The drnc net. The word "net" In tlib iuitlinrl7.nl version Is properly trtiudateil "ilrnKiint." 3. The net drawn to the idmre when full. v, I. The nssnrtnient nmile hy the niii;i'lx. r. The dextlny of the had tlsh, or wlcketl men. Noih : pur-cIm- . ' ' He Draws Hearts of Men. On Unit day when our Uonl Jesus Christ wus lifted up, nil sorts of people were drawn lo him. There were those who loved III in dearly nt the foot of the Cross. There were serlhes. and learned men, anil aristocrats, and priests nnd common people. There were simple peasants from the country, shepherds from the hills, and n motley crowd from the city streets. There were Itomiiu soldiers and (iiill-leapilgrims. It was a crowd of nil the world's people, and today when ho Is lifted up even as of old, lui draws to himself the hearts of men. repre-nentatlv- e The Work That God Appoints. I n in not hound lo make the world anil Bo rluht. hut only to discover to do with cheerful heart the work that Jean IiiKelow. Clod appoints. I'le, It will tell him, for It speaks In imuilatakahte terms. First of all. the Whlc stntim plain ly that nil people of whatever nice or chins lire lusf. Thfc message of the IHIile Is resented hy many, but why should we resent knowing the truth about ourselves, especially alnce od, who tells us we are lost, also tells us tlmt he has made provision whereby we mtiy ho suvod Is It not better that wo know our actual condition than to go on In Ignorance of It? If we know we aro lost, and also know there Is salvation for the lost, then we may be snvisl If we desire. If for a single moment you doubt that all men are lost, 1 would ask you to read the third chapter of tomans, nnd llnil out Just what Ood says Is the actual condition of all men. The teaching of this chapter In Unman,", which Is continued by other portions of the Word itf Ood. elves the plain, unvarnished truth concerning this matter. It should stir us to the very depths of our beings, and would leave us In hopc- -' less ilenpnlr If (!o did mil at once tell us that he hus graciously provided. In the Lord Jesus ChrNt, salvation for all men, ami that they may be saved If tlniy will take Christ ns their Savior. In the next pi nee the Itlble makes n clear distinction between people who have 'taken Christ hy faith as their Savior and those who have not done so. It says of those who hnve failed to mnke Christ their Savior that because of this failure, since they nre afflicted with sin, they shall perish. What could he plainer "roncernlnc this than the statement of our Lord himself, spoken to those who have not settled this momentous- oiiestlou. "Unless ye repent ye shall all likewise perish ;" or this one, "lie that helleveth not the Son shall not see life, hut the wrath of Cod nbldeth on him." You see, the Iliblo does not leave anyone, who has not taken the Lord Jesus Christ as his personal Savior, In doubt for a moment as to whether or not he Is saved, hut plainly tells him that he is lost. Now what does the lllble say of that person who has hy faith accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as his Savior? Docs It RHy of hlin that he Is eternally saved, or does It leave him In diiuht? Logically. If the one who has not taken Christ as his Savior Is eternally lost, then conversely It Is true that the one who has taken Christ as his Savior Is eternally saved. Hut dous the Illhle teach this, nnd docs It as plainly glve'the believer In the Lord Jesus Christ the assurance of his salvation, ns It gives the unbeliever Hie nssurance that he Is lost? It certainly seems reasonable that If one who fulls to accept Christ ns his Savior can know he Is eternally lost, the one, who accepts Christ us his Savior should he able to know he Is eternally saved, This Is precisely what our text says the believer may know: "These things have I written unto you that yo may know," not hope, nor feel, hut "know thnt ye have eternal life." Numerous passages In tho Word of God substantiate this Teaching, and It Is only because we have liciyts of unbelief that we. ever doubt It. It Is so wonderful, and It seems too good to ho true, that .(Joel should eternally snvo those who accept Christ as their personal Savior. Hut It is true just tho sume, for (Jod has said It, unci he cannot lie. It Is u marvel of Cod's gruce that the believer In tho Lord Jesus Christ nt once has 'eternal life (John 3:10); Unit he passes nt onco from death unto life, and that ho shall tint como Into Judgment (John n :2I. Cod who saves has promised to finish tho Job, nnd has made provision to do so. It Is not for us, If wo really have appropriated Christ ns our Savior, to doubt that Cod will faithfully finish our but us Paul tells the I'lilllppl-un- s (l'hll. 1:0), so should we bo confident of this very thing, "tlmt ho which hath begun n good work In you will perform It until tho duy of Jesus n; of inrii htk women, t to the sin eiiruviil a nt'i rmrtleiin board. ii ml prt-st-- w. binthtr'd I Irn-u- . shrfll rerrr, la liurlns tto d,-- l ui id II. it- 'fur I an If tvraiitrjt 4tld SUlr, thrrr Inslpultonsy Sfft'll dmtiuy Itreer lliVlr ' 1ui'd as luml-.itiii- Jroke SokMt Jook Pledos. In Hie ptHtfotm ul 1.. i in Kt.o upon ii ltd his snfMirtntrndent o uhlch unl iiul.ll insfurllfMi SOINlht Um vetes of tin peuuir. Is ftNind taw vMa: "We laveir the furnishing of common whoui ivalUwIis to Hie piill at coatlrli'iit with sou, I thi luri-s- t oitp""! tu any ' it . 1 v , lui we- - ai rii , lung rliHiigr In Ihr sdupllun of teminidis at tae eytl wt un 'Ixt'l po-ri- itl iiiriMpl rerj htjurst man a linliiluli itliili whieii murl In i Ullili mi., Iiiuke tills nolcnin itvepant oi.oli- - unit ihr hi hool ,i hlltirn jf Kvii-in.h'l.tii,i., inn 'illliert iirodiiceil mil crvHinl ii .mil iikkfii ti xitnKjk comnila-shi- i. Whin hitter I for nn ii.fctn Ihiouxli ' tnd ujn hi ihi lid. dominated the coinmlmkih. ulid It guvi tu Ihi stale m lexlUuok Hdop-IKi- n which rmirtil 1 it pjple if Kentucky tu hesitate biiwren u ills iiitlc lailRh una tu commit nunuer ii pltxlcud This irMtuuk ch limes" and fur a4insl " tuwt-s- t iust.' rhitimetl M "Iwoks at the pti (.nil ul II grade books anil su luu-Ulr- d lull-i- d Ihelr prices tlmt they nod wotilS hi. . niudr Ihe parents of Ken- tuvK pa) nil additional (viil of more tlmii $ti",t'im loi Ui'ii .hl ilrin's buoks. It changed old cooks for new over the protect of 90 per cent of the county school superintendent. This board bhthly aueptrd. st an .i.ereaird val. ustlon, beoks they had never seen or read, and wlncli were In evidence only by their backs. It grave y and tclen." tllicjlly telcctrd tnrt grammatical manatrstlty that cross between a orc.m and a isuon "Or Henefj Speller, Physiology." the Nonesuch presented! by Klalr A Grinstead, and somebody's dictionary, which stop-prat the letter "G." 1: lift hus fur tnough While the stnle lirhl Ixilh il. aides mill Its mwe, there vtent up finin thiuughuut the utiiil a iliui.ind for tlis Immediate of thin eotnmlsslun The 3uurt of Appeals dei'lHrul the ailuptlon .mil ihr lomio met with the present gqvernor After an Interxtrw which mei riilllt-- i hill, pioMiknl m "iioi' w inl. or dlstiirbeil the taleum pouiler uHin u sIliKle face, this "pink tea" meet-i:irnine tu a harmunlous clupr, with not .i ine iibefuf Hie coinmlMilon mlslng, und It hereupon prweedeil tu do some better ay uf sduption, but It still miv-ngeIn the lu cluuiKe utiout CO per cent of the books ami to innltirl.illy Invrraee their cost tu the people. Many Children Without Books. a result sf this piece uf political lirltiHiiiliit, the ihlldien it( the stute are In many Uh all ties without new books, in thus the old books are helm; illscuriled while patents reach Into their pockets to the tlUTeitnot). I .'j Will un imt lllKea, have the courage tu vote Ihelr polls? ul the in older thai our stale may take due ilk iii the nun i ll uf human pruKress. hoi 'foi w aUmliilstiutlon" has uxtentd upon the state fur the noxt live the arc hale, discredited system uf Hvery progrescoiitli'l counsel labor sive slate in the republic has either utility ibandunetl thin uiuran and rconumlo tuilure or Is serklni; tu du so, while under a pui tisuu Ituuul uf fustens It mine Irrevmably upon us In June, 1918, the Doard of Control conhired by contract 400 victs to work nine hours a day, making shoes, at the price of 95 cents per day per man, the state to provide the working place, light, power, heat, etc. This contract is made renewable for tour yrars on tour months' notice. Effective in April, 1917,lt contracted under similar terms 300 convicts to woi'K nine hours a day making work'ngmen's clothing In the Eddyville Penitentiary, for 67'3 cents per day per man. This contract Is alt-- , made renewable for three years at the option ol toe contractor. Anuihei' uf siiiUImi impart whs made fur loo lunilcu, work in, ten hours wr ila. tin state to iccelve TS cents per day per man This sstem Is altogether vicious, altos, thur limdMiUUte, and tlat the entlie i on uc Is such that no buslnwts man ut reusuaabht Judtfiuriit uould have i tor mad Iheut. Pay Guoids To Vatch Laborers. Ti gumil ptlsoutrs as they produce tjouds to cum pels wllh lis Lutur, Hie sluie prwldis hi taidj vtlle u sdUrltsI goaid us iiiuploi fm eeiy 4iht prlscn Liis, and a similar guard fur evil y. foul tutu piwuiiwrs at Kiunkfurl. I'or tin Mke uf Hie iiii(wriunati) lumatas vf tliuasi mstltutluiis, wUo tbtMiKht Iju- huve the laws uf the. atuta, nuty suma da be t'Wd mtu, piultMt UKHllist this "bous( uf burdui" s's4m, ami In the mime uf every fl" laliom In Kcnllik I demand Its abolition d 1 unl--in- l resli;-nailun K il i Ken-luck- y Con-Iml, d i ruri Intriiili h. h it it',' i thi- - gun- - mil, BKSlelid by his til ul pubUt lijttiuctlon, aui thioilth nnd piipo. i, i,u,. it Kor thix ptwpoir m p.iili f to the strict est e"in nin, i i Hie .i.ihinent of eveiy suncrfliK im in. mill m letrenchment and econum) in tteiy depnitm.-nol sUte. Will Discard Old System, The lil hit oi iiiIik k) an. in o( eis)en1i-ture- s nil"! I.i iuIihI unl the budget srslsin full) .id i .ticitlj Installed and tigtdl) toliuwi I'n upeiale Ihe Viirlomt rtenarltn. nt of lair m miilntnln law and o; ii t in Imliil mih.Ik, noil furtner Ihe canse of cilni.iiuoi. it is necessary aha must be iiioMued. The Itepubllciln imrty chin ih. evi of tax burden n'Bleh how g.illn the back the people lata been pLxlun il hy seedless wttst and retiMess xti ,i i ,ik mrd, iind.lt believes that wllh piupcr ei moniy ninny of these Ills will perm.nitntly dtiippear. .My pariy thin iM.ntlm should be just, fall and eiiuiluble upon rvo ClsuN and kind ul ptoK-ityuml that eveiy Ctltnra Nh'i'ilil iloi'i fully and honestU hour his full .ml nui snure of taxation It Is pledsrid to su isvlsc ami correct the present tax lau as to rem re thesa results. It Ii oppuatd lo the use or arbitrary iwner, ami ondemns the present State Tax Con ..hlon fui the arbltiui) in&lhods rmpiu.v d in adinlnlsleriiiB the pi Went tax law It is pledged to avthcrough and exhitistive investigation Into the mnnntr m which tnis law has been administered, and to correct such abuses .11 n..ve Dtn ti e cause of Just complaint. It Is further pledged while press, v.rg tne prirciples of the clattl'icatton of property to limit within reasonable bounds the arbitrary pownS .. 1 i ci.it Tax Board to Increase assessments made by county boards, and to provide a summary and speedy metnod of appeal to the Ccurt of Appeals from such arbitrary increases. Under th; pnent high assessments, with strict economy enforced, the present tax rate curt and should be materially rethifid. und to this end eveiy effort shdtllil be put foith to bring all of the state's piopeity to assessment and i i , t : i . 1 , n lt bu"i ih put up tone e.o.m, r Wiii n i.i nut i. ,i, n- Miunil t:,te's pinsi-res- a uac our and nu"i indeot-edness .in.inei-- nhiiiual -- Will Improve Teachers' Pay. The general condition t,r the common schools and school system, the method of supplying this depaitmpnt with revenue, nnd the urttched puv now given common by everv school te.uiiert. Is deploieil To carrect these conthoushtful iilli-1- 1 ditions, my party is pledged to recommend and estuhllrh u comprehensive survey of the ent ri rchool for the purpose, of givlcg u wise basis for surety n We condemn needed the party of option' thin for Its years ot failure to use its powers In this regard and to eorrect piesent und evils. .Something must bu dune and done at once tn provide proper pay for common ichool teachers. The wnges paid them today shames the stent. The schccls of the state are of vastly more Importance than all of Its g I'i,. itetl is i.e it liltorilll. the .tglll'UllIlt ll .11,. and ni-- , f lr.nl .un' lit iii 1. H u, no ptotliliiK i.r Went if K. xptrlal ittcn'l.'u lo iiihi .m si. in e n.r I WILL larm extti Men wink Appoint x commK ion t..t, without les.ittl to p, ot romp st"l ol Development Of itf sush nl. Il; , will il'm a Stats Rcseurcct, s I,,. ninth unit .t.oi,i..i, dliehiue 11.. Iies mi'l It Ho, I., not 'I so will ii. . . We lull, r t, it v. . p, x,ii. should ' gi to v. - nuii'd tl.eit 1, fi, .iion uml t II tin. ti.no why ,,, , ,1. in i uniifti I. IHtUlCIK. Ili iuillliK ni.il, Innbtr .I'Hl I WILL il,, w'e d.p in with Ii no ..pisilnl it iixtboilc coii'inl-i-i.'clupoi'-n- l of the till io,llliy of llip h ' o of umlili Ii lined mill otn h ii iuimpiii'l, has ii.inlieii 11110 iwrlles. mal th 11. nn! that thi ii Ihiii.i Ii. 1111I01 iiinaie 1,11,1 muO, 'mime eit-h, will prolcc thishall be publii .mil t.iMna out .otls, i,HiiltirK ui' chllditn of ihe si 1I1, hii'1 for tin b it, , unjust and unl. 111 nt .1111! um fit Will iJerniiiiil the passi'e of I.iai ) i tu biiiui ns iimiii iul take the nep.ti im.-- is of piopiiii Ue fn.r th p out of politics h shill he ,1 ll, u ot a.l state and cuiiut lux noli other taxes upt n oil pit pi il,I WILL The fit piibli .111 pu' is in f.ioi if ml beek n)wns uml everywhere to ptomotrj stands lut Ihe of the sun. i real service, mil pingres .mil a lull nnd piohlbitlon .inn I'Mi'-to the ft p, nded. lu benefits tin eveiy dolliii eral and rliiti oi,ii uei.hik, ,11,, pi,.,i.,j tlto-lto slllN,tt, nip 1111 anil iiiliu j I WILL l ill ihiS smnilin. ins ii tu uphold ami if rNce the fuel of the strife's nw win t tilmt iii.ki n.i.iu u siu,- debt, and b c omniiv and these pletiKes. to p.iy adinlnlstratloii of Hcnl .irfitlm siThe Republican party Is taaay and tt without adding 11tI1lltlon.il buineti-- , to a always has been the friend of Amerl-casorely taxed people labor snd It stands ready now WILL NOT to promote in every way posMble ix welfare.- - To secure benef.cial results, 'r'ur x lltlcal 111 wins ilpiHi'nt i.t off re promote any unworthy or oniM.ilitled man, no, will stimulate pro Juctlnn and i.rotect the workmen n I knowlngl permit such an ippt niiin ut mine, re. It ,ird factory. I stand tor fie by any public (.Ulcer. creation of a i.erarate deraitment of ' I WILL NOT tabor for due leprtsertatiou of Isnoi upon the Vorkmen's Compensst on Rmiiloy attorneys at state expense nor Board, for tot It legislation as w II will f permit the settlement by comproprevent child .abor'ano shall produce mise of state claims, but will compel throughout the entire fields of Industbelr adjudication In the courts of law. try better working places and workI WILL NOT ing conditions. My Mentis, I believe in misuse the Abuse uoll.rr ici nor will or pardon any pardoning power, guilty I be.lte Uml an oltlce Ih pul.lltrusi will I useI. this great power furman, nor political What netd In Kinnieky Is Icsj pill ties ami mole busirn ss, fewer proinie ends. and ir.are IH idnniali, es. more led peppe I WILL NOT and less red tupe. more saving In thi Barter or use my patronage to entrench collection of revenue anil lere extraKn-pancmy party or myself In power, but will In Its AIm ve all else seek alone the conlldence of a people anil foi the gieaum iioctl uf the state w mint ileslioy the (lolltlcal system which merited by a faithful, conscientious dishiis ii I mom itestroNed Kentucky Thht charge uf public trust. aystem Is 1, fell i,n,l routetl In tiaile aiiff WILL NOT baiter mid fll ils its urihi)iiur expression III the While governor of Kentucky seek a 10 mint ot piivute pollllinl ubll-g- u nomination for npy uther olllce, nor will lions with the gift of pulnli ill:, e. 1 become a candldute for any uther public Will Not Make olllce. Office Pledges. I WILL NOT participation In Deny to the people 1'OKlllons ate piedgetl iiiImiiic In (lit their affairs, but by the wisest publicity heat uf cairpalans amf filled, not will seek their advice, their conlldence, uf tiatiiliiR. Mini ntiieas, but ui cor.slderiition uf the .lellvity uf polltl.-iiand the expression uf their will. Upon the Issues as made I propose to InlliKnccs. Thl slcm has rllln' tlu stutehouse with useli comtnlF.sIt 113, wage my campaign. I love my state. Every llbre'of my being thrills at the menclerks .unl olllceis. uml turn-- il the ("11 Kvery good lmpulro Into a clearlnp house fur the tiude 11, ul tion oj her nume. barter ami serrlenient ol political del,;. cf my suul Is dedicated to her service. I believe In her possibilities and her ful"iniuli rn own ra-- e for nt van given nit, without upputl-tloture. If love and hope. If energy and bj the iiulvtHtiil will of mj pan v. enthusiasm will prevail, I promise, with whs no! the cbiullil.iti' of any man ,,r the assistance of the young and- aggresof eny of men, 01 ttf any bunnes or sive men composing our state ticket, to any iiiteicst. I have made 110 pleo- - s, bring a new and a better" day to Ken110 piuinleeK, nor li.ivf imv be n maJ. ,r tucky. The Issue Is In i,ur hands. Con, a I hail n.ther b,ue r what may, I nm sustained by the condefenttd to secure nnd w tr the mirple know than sciousness that In every word I have uting trat It will covt i und hide a con upt tered 1 speak for the good of Kentucky trade niul ban air. and the welfare 'of Its people. I , peillill I 11 ie' V , -- - t 11 11 , 1 t 1. 11 11 11 11, 11 it-- 111 11 ti h- - ,1 11 1 toiu-atlui- i 111 r pi-.k- , 11 111. s; .1 1 n I 1 . . - 11 - I 111 bec-utn- 1 l -s pi-t- n, 1 tiiu' 241 ACRES UNCOLN COUNTY LAND AT AUCTION 1 Tuesday, September. 23rd, 10 o 'lock One mile Crab Orchard on Stafiford pike, 8 miles Stanford. 6 Room Cottage, Tobacco Barn, Stock Barn, other outbuildings. Beautiful yard and shade. 12 acres in tobacco, very fine. 40 acres in corn, 30 acres meadow, 90 acres wheat-stubblbalance in grass, i mile of frontage on pike. Watered by 4 everlasting springs. Timber is Locust, Wild Cherry and Black Walnut. Land level and gently rolling. A Tractor Farm. This farm will sell worth the money, and remember we "ALWAYS SELL". Look over this farm carefully. WE WANT YOU TO SEE ALL OF IT then you will bid. Known as the Steele or Montgomery Farm. Will be subdivided and SOLD in three tracts. You can buy the size farm you want, large or small. For furr vi ther particulars seethe owners on the farm, or Christ!. I i . lht Church Must Be Democratic. An undemocratic church In u demo-- i You havo cratlc ago Is an anachronism, ami no earth; so net ns t pass that day In matter how ancient her lineage, or well peace, Do Lamennuls. established her historic position, unless tdio Is in close and sympathetic touch To Live In Peace. with thoso great world movements sho Is the fruit of lovo; lor to lPve Peace la doomed to defeat and to spiritual wo must learn to nuffer muuy In pence, dcuduess and decuy. Ulsliop Cuefry. things. Do Lamennuls. Pats That Day In Peace, only u day to puss on SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man, Lancaster, Ky., or, ' - bio-ku- 1 W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. 1 Page Eight THE CITIZEN Scplembor 18, 1019 East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No corrMPondctif ! is very ill with typhoid seems In bo on tho drag and bard spent Sunday with his mother, Bowles MADISON COUNTY fever; also Major Creech, son to sell nt most any priccJcff Mrs. .1. T. Thompson, Mr. and Coyle Coyle, Sept. 0. Tho farmers aro of Laid Creech. Her llltlo son Reeves and wife, of Red Bridge, at- Mrs. John Brynnl, of Bryantsvlllc, published not for puhlltntlon, but unlt lnrj In full by the wrlUrr. Tt. hhw Komi llh. Wrile phlnlr n evidence of f church nt Cavo Spring, Saturday night and Sunday. nocd-in- g Witt rain vory badly in this part of Witt, Sept. 10. The dry weather ' tlio county. Circuit Court still continues. Tho water is Several low In places. A ten day? lust Thursday. wore convicted for "moonshining" meeting closed at Station Camp, and illegal sale of whisky. Hugh September Oth, with seven addiJACKSON COUNTY McKce MoKoe, Sept. 16. Wo arc gel-ting Oisputanta Dispulantn. Sept. 0. Tho protracted meeting closed at Clear Creek Church Sunday witli only one addition. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McGuire and son, Lee, of Paint Lick, were here last week to sec Mrs. McGuiro's mother, who has been very sick. Hardin Moore went to Louisville Monday on business. Mrs. Frank Kirby spent last week in Richmond. -- Mrs. C. E. Estridgc, of West Point, Miss, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Daisy Swinford, left last Wednesday for London, where sho will spend a few days before leaving for home. Mason lAuglin was: visiting relatives in Garrard County last week. Misses Anna and nessie McGuire, of Paint Lick, wcro visiting hero first of tho week. Mrs. A. T. Abney, who has been very sick, is some better at this writing. Mrs. 0. M. Payne and daughters, Ruth and Angle, motored to Berea Monday. Miss Ethel Harris, of Berea, is spending a few days at tho homo of Dr. and Mrs. O. T. Payne. Mrs. Lula Martin, who has Jteen sick, is some better. Misses Lou, Anna, and Bernic; Phillips, of Wildic, were visiting Saturday; yet the superintendent here last Sunday. Ethel Croucher, failed to attend on account of re of Hamilton, 0, is visiting her sis ceiving serious injuries from a fall ter, Mrs. John Miller. Mrs. Sarah at the Sinking Volley school house E. Brownlco left for Boston, Mass on the morning of tho association last week. Tobacco cutting is all He was taken to his home at McKec the go in this community. There. by Roy Click. Myrtle Click, after will bo a protracted meeting at , spending three weeks with her par Macedonia, beginning September 13, ents, returned to her work at Lex. by tho Rov. Sherdain Overley, ington, Monday. Just before coming Hurrah for Tho Citizen. It should home she had gone on a six days' be in every mountain home. trip with her friends, about sixty Conway in number, to Buffalo, N. Y., NiagConway, Sept. 15. There was a ara Falls and Canada. They spent largo crowd attended the associaa pleasant night on the steamer, tion at Fair View last week, Sep which was much enjoyed. tember 9, 10 and 11, with plenty of Kerby Knob, Sept. 15. Rev. good things to eat; also plenty of held preaching services nt dusty roads Rain is nedeed in tli is placo Saturday night and Sun- Hi is part very badly. There havo day witli three additions to the been several farms bought and church. Baptismal services will bo sold in Conway within tho past two held on our next regular meeting weeks. W. E. Wynn of this placo Sunday. The proceeds of the ice sold his farm. He has just recream supper Saturday evening turned from Indiana, where he were $13.33, which will bo used for purchased a farm. C. D. Eslridgo helping paint tho school house. sold his houso and lot and is now Mr. and Mrs. Tom Williams, of Bi in Ohio looking for a farm. Thcro Hill, visited B. Williams and famiare still lots of good farms for sale ly Sunday and attended church. hero at Conway. Miss Rosa Dalton Flora and China Click wero the left hero, today for Berea, where guosts of Vcrtic and Radio Johnson, she will enter school again. W. E. Saturday night. Vert Johnson will Minler is visiting his daughter, attend school at Danville again Mrs. J. M. Bailey. Professor Fink, next year. Tho school opens Sep- of Oxford, Ohio, has been in Conway looking over his farm for tho tember 2ith. past week, returned homo Friday. Clover Bottom Clover Bottom, Sept. 15. Rain is Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Bailey and needed vory badly here, as water family visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm. is vory scarce. Most everybody Is Huff, S'unday. They reported n I. C. Woods, of Wildie, flno timo making molasses hero this week. Mr3. Sam Abrams, who has been was in Conway, Sunday. Ho is very sick, is belter Ben Hurst and planning to move back to Conway two sons, of Richmond, havo been in November. Everybody welcomes him back. Dr. Godboy, of Berea, visiting his brother, W. M. Hurst. Miss Laura Smith will start to was called to sco the little son of Berca to school this week. Mr. and Mr. and Mr3 . J. L. Wynn, Friday. Mrs. Robert Smith aro planning to Everybody is pleased to have Dr. attend Jackson County Fair. Mr. Godboy back from tho army. Next and Mrs. Charloy Lunsford spont Sunday is Rev. LeJouno's regular part of last week in Rockcastlo church timo at Conway. EveryCounty. Charley Gabbard and wifo body is invited to come, as it is wero visiting at W. M. Hurst's last his last appointment beforo Conweek. Walter Smith attended ference. Van-Win- Baker, from Clay County, who was tried for murder was acquitted. Mr9. Fannio Hays celebrated her birthday, Seplcmbor seventy-nint- h Mr. and 11. Those present wcro Mrs. J. It. Hays ami children, Mr. and Mrs. I. It. Hays and son, Frank, Mr. and Mrs. John Fowler and chll-drc- n, II. M. Bradshaw and sister, Kllcn. Supt. H. F. Mintcr mot with last Saturday. a painful accident He fell and sovorcly Injured his loft arm. Several arc planning to Fair next attend the week. Miss Susie Watson, teacher of the public school, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Tilley York, at Bond. Mrs. Delia Shock, who has been .seriously ill, is some better. Lloyd, Adon and Sula Llowcllyn visited Mr. and Mrs. Walker Reynolds and family at Tyncr last week. Clarence Davis, who has been in DayUm, 0, for several months, came home last night Mrs. Fannio Sparks is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Maud Carr, at Sand Gap. There will be spelling bco at the an old-ticommunity meeting that will be held at the courthouse the fourth Friday night this month. The words will bo given out from the "old Blue Back" speller. Kerby Knob Kerby Knob, Sept. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Ford Bixlor, of Harrodsburg, Mercer County, spent last week witli the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Click, and left for their Monday. from A number homo this place are to attend the association at Pilot Knob, Thursday. Tobacco crops aro greatly damaged by the dry, hot weather, A baby girl arrived at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Thomas, September Gth It ha3 been named Carrie Hazel Both mother and baby are getting along nicely. The Teachers' Asso ciation was a success at this place. Bond-Annvillo September lOlh Miss Maud Winn and Kid Cox, of Dug Hill, wero married. Mrs. Leo Winkler and mother-in-laMrs Ans Winkler, spent the day with Mrs. Jossio McGoorge, Tuesday.-Misses Anna and Emily Winn left Monday morning to enter is Mrs. Roland Wilt sick at Ibis writing. Mrs. C. M. Gum and family, if Irvine, have moved back to his old homcplacc Rev. Bonnie will fill Ills regular appointment at Wiscmantown, Sunday. tions to Hie church.--O- n w, was fover and typhoid Miss Mary with is ripo from the drought. d Hill, who has been visiting tho fam laid to rest Sunday In tho graxeyard. - II Irani Gabbard ily of Mr. John Glosslp, returned tailors in Jackson (o her homo on Red Lick, Monday. 'and wife were week. ('.. T. Gabbard Mrs. Roy Kelly, of Dreyfus, visited Coiinly a fine row and calf Mrs. James Gentry, Monday. Lilllo purchased Jessie Glossip Is no.better. Mr. anil from the boss nt Crestnonl recent-- l. S. A. and Sidney Oiudoll and Mrs. Horare Cox entertained a number of the little folks with nn ici llieir wives attended the Slate Fair cream supper, Sunday evening. All a' Louisville last week. Miss Cora report a nice time. Mr. and Mrs. 'Gabbard had her tonsils taken out, ' Albert Powell, of Rogcrsvillc, were Saturday. Her sister, Mae, will tho guest of Mr, land Mrs. John have to go to Louisville for operaadenoids, too. Glossip, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. tion. Sho has Shelby Winkler, of Berea, visited Min Nannie llee Habitant paid Miss Winnie and Waller Strong, of Mr. and Mrs. Willlo Oglosby, Sunday. Miss Dora and Nollio Burnes, Sturgeon, a visit, Saturday and of Berea, arc visiting their sister, Sunday. Quito a number of young revival folks from around hero left MonMrs. George Bishop. The Gab-Imr- cutting and housing their tobacco. It orgil, died last Saturday night tended church hero today. GARRARD COUNTY lnt Harmony Crab Orchard. Sepl. 0 It is nwfully dry in litis neighborhood, nnd sloek wnler is real scarce, and Jusl what Inborn Is not rut is burning up. The Di'kerson brothers have yes-lerd- ny ROCKCASTLE COUNTY No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour Returns to its before-the-wa- r high standard of quality Once Tried - Always Used Rowland. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Rowland and daughter, Bcssio Mae, pent Sunday at tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Sigel Isaacs, of Vincent-- Mr. and Mrs. George Jackson .ipcnl Sunday at the home of tho former's sister, Mrs. Mart Moore, of Karnost-vill- o. Carl Flanery, who is working at Akron, 0, spent tho weekend with home folks and returned io Akron yesterday. Mrs. Sudie Hughes spent a fow days with her OWSLEY COUNTY sister, Mrs. Albert Hoskltis, at LexTravelers Rest ington, last week, and also attended Travelers Rest, SopL 15. Delbcrt tho fair. Cook, of Berea College, called on Mrs. E. E. McCollum last .Monday. CLARK COUNTY Mr. Cook was a student of Mrs. Log Lick 191 i and 1915. McCollums in Ho Log Lick, Sept. 1 i Protracted will return to Berca to resume his meeting closed at tho Corinth Bap school work as soon as ho can sec tist Church, near hero, last Thurshis many friends and relatives. night with twenty now memJoo Tackett of tills placo married a day bers to tho church, fourteen by Miss Newman of Hoidlburg last nnd six by letter. Charloy Monday. Ho brought her in homo. Snowdcn, of Estill County, had the Sunday afternoon. Quito a crowd losing ono of his litof young folks attended tho" "Holy misfortuno of tle girls last Saturday. Sho was Roller" servico at Walnut Grove, in tho yard and fell Sunday. Tho plo supper at Travel playing and broke her neck. Tho family ers Rest school went off nicely has our dcopest sympathy Tho Saturday night. Nineteen pica brought 13.70. Tho proceeds aro Rev. W. J. Hudspeth, of Berea, is interesting mooting to bo used in painting the insido holding n very hero at tho Christian Church. But walls of tho schoolroom and buynot had ing other necessary equlpmont. F. up to this timo ho has nddillons.,Brothcr Hudspeth is F. McCollum attended tho Stato Fair any Mnlhorly and at Louisvillo tho past week. Tho a flno minister. W. A. wcro visiting family of Winchester nil drill which was located on tho a fow days of last wooK Thomas Lynch farm is now boing hero Wo aro having tho driest spell wo moved to Lymans Creek in Leo years. Most all of tho havo Counly. Frank Mnrcum, teacher of "novcr-fnllin- had lu springs havo dried Big Springs school, olosed for n up and pcoplo havo to tako thoir week to givo llio children a chanco tho creek to got water to to savo foddor and mako sorghum. slock to Tobacco is drying up drink. Win. Burch, wifo and tliroo daugh nnd boing cut boforo It matures. ters, aro visiting Mrs. Burch's Arthur Brookshlro, of Irvine, Is father and brothor of this place-Trav- elers visiting his brother hero for a fow Rest school paid Big Is badly Our Sunday-soho- ol Springs a visit Friday anil won n days. on tho dcolino here, ns most of tho big victory in spoiling eontcst. people tnko no interest in tho EarnestvllU Sovoral passed through school. Ilarnoslville, Sept. 15 Born to from Estill County today to Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Dunigan, u lino hero bo at tho Ml. Sterling Court togirl, christened Clara. Johnnie morrow, Stock of all kinds horo C. B. g" meeting closed at Viney Fork last Wednesday night with three additions to tho church. Panola Panola, Sept. 15. Tho writer was greatly grieved to learn thru The Citizen of the death of her old class mate and friend of tho 80,'s, Mrs. Nina Lamson Dunn. Sho was an industrious painstaking student, and while a hopeless cripple was always cheerful and happy, and had the faculty of making her companions feel tho same. Wilgus Hunter has been appointed superintendent of at Knob Lick, In the Sunday-scho- ol tho place of Roland Richardson, resigned Joo Mizo and family nnd Mrs. Hood Wells and daughter, Willie, are the guests of the family of Uncle Charley Cox Tho Rev. Hobert Richardson preached here Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night. Albert Bickncll, who motored in from Illinois last week, was married, Saturday, to Malinda Lainhart of Locust Branch. Tho people of this community wero given a surprise on the 8th, about 11:30 a.m, by the appcaranco of an airplane. It made its appearanco in the Northeast and flew to the Southwest, along the mountain ranges. Some supposed it interested In oil development, as it wa3 flying on tho famous 15 degreo line. It seemed to bo maneuvering now and then, in its flight as though taking observations. But from whence it camo and whither it went, no one knows. Blue Lick Blue Lick, Sept. 15. O where, aro the treo toads and other surcilar- bingers of rain. All signs have failed this dry weather. Corn anil tobacco are curing immaturcly, gardens have ceased (o furnish their supply, and wells and ponds aro Farm labor Is failing rapidly. scarce. Tho great lack of hired help necessitates among the farmers who sympathize and condolo with each other in their diro necessity. Elmo Flancry returned from Ohio a few days since, whero ho has been visiting relatives. Sue Flancry is visiting homcfolks during her vacation from Erianger Hospital, Chat tanooga, Tcnn. Miss Ola anil Lucy Johnson havo returned from a pleasant visit nmong relatives at Ford and Colby Station. Messrs. Rix and Huff, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Goudy, were visitors on niuo Lick, Sunday. T. J. Flancry recently sold two fox hounds. Price incredible. day morning to attend school at Berea this fall. Bill Price was arrested Friday night and put in Beattyville jail until court convenes. Beattyville Beattyville, Sept. 15. Miss Omega Thompson, of Primrose, was in town, Saturday, on business. Saturday boing tho first pay day for teachers, there were quito a number of teachers in town. Tho farmers throughout this county nro beginning to save fodder nnd to make sorghum. The oil business is still good in the counly. Some dozen wells were brought in last week. They nveraged from live to fifty barrels each. II. P. Marks, of Monica, was in town on business, Saturday. Ho reports that ci ops nro above tho average in his part of tho county this year. A pie supper was given by the ladies of tho Pleasant Flat School last Thursday night. Twenty-nin- e pics wcro sold, which brought $111.00. The proceeds will go to tho benefit of the school The Leo Fiscal Court was in session last Tuesday, to tako action on the building of a now bridge acros tho Kentucky River at the Hioronymous Ford in tho upper end of tho counly. Scovllle .1. R. McPher- Scoville, Sept. son and son, Willard, are attending the fair at Louisvillo this week. Mrs. George Miller and son, of Mid- dletown, 0, are visiting her mother, Aunt Cynthia Hale, and other relatives at this place. Misses Carrie I. Rowland and Trisso Ross spent last Wednesday night witli Miss Edna Juild. Harvey Hacker, of Major, and Miss Virginia McPhcrson of this place wero united in marriage, Tuesday, September 0, Rev. T. F. Halo ofllciating. They left today for Kings Mills, Ohio. May joy and happiness bo theirs. Mr. and gavo tho Mrs. Hobert Williams young folks a parly, Monday night, in honor of Mrs. Williams' sister, Miss Bess Widlcr, of Winchester, who was visiting them. Mrs. Hubert Thomas and little daughter, Dorothy, of Hamilton. 0., spent Sat11 urday night with her sister, Mrs. - completed a go.vl tobacco for JncK I'dwnn's. K. I..' Wilson paond through hrre of tal attln wllh a dro-thai lie had re"ent'y "hntiahl: he n ill Hint he v,a goriw Io ship Ibem o Cincinnati. -- Atml I'o'ly Pnragen TOR SALE W. M. C. llulrltlns1 s a guet of Mr stock, grain and toIbis week. II,". W. M. C Hutchlns Higltly-arr- o cave a Bible lecture in last Suti-.'a- y bacco farm. Rolling limestone soil at Lancaster, with somo bottom land. Has been in the ro .rlini !y. He was introduced In a very1 owned by sntne man for past 3fl man-- 1 years and he has, because of HI eulogtalir a u !l as ('i,-uehealth nnd scarcity of labor, . of Crab Oriter by Dr. G li. I it for the past few years, chard. Mrs. Lin Robinon Is r.t Norton lnflrmR'"v. t nuisvlllo. Ky,1 Thirty acres of virgin soil was and may be operated on 'or tumors. covered with scrub timber and thick bushes until llro ran through The doctor will know by Sunday K. J. Johnson r.ntl family went to It last wcok, burning everything lo Paris. Ky, last Sunday to visit tho ground. With very lilllo labor relatives. Mrs. Albert Church, who would mako line corn nnd tobacco has been visiting klnfolks nt Ham- land for next year. Good house, barn 10x10, in excellent reilton. Ohio, has returned homo. Bony Adnms has gone to Crab Or-- 1 pair. Plenty of fruit for family chard today on business. Ed. Dick- -' use and located on good road with inson was over nt Danville the first mail route and school wagon passof the week on business. The salo ing door. Four miles to two good of Jones L. Anderson's a few days railroad stations. Aged owner will ago was a success. His farm brot sell for $2,500. DIXON HERSBKRGER 9131.00 per acre. W. II. Cummins Indiana was the purchaser and all bis per- Paris Crossing brought fairly. sonal belongings DO YOU WANT A FARM NEAR good prices. Success to The Cill-ze- n BEREAt and Its many readers. Or a house and lot in town? Yes. White Lick White Lick. Sept. 15 Jonathan wo havo both for salel Higher than Creech, who has been wllh tho they werot Cheaper than they will Army of Occupation in Germany, be again! But wo still havo some short options on some Real Barreturned homo, a few days ago. Our Number 201 is a tine com- -' gains. James Fortner, of Tennessee, a rnde who was with him during farm of 223 acres at Terrill, Ky on his stay over there, came home' the Dixie Highway, live miles out of Fino land, well Imwith him. They were over there' Richmond. seventeen months and took part in' proved, nnd a splendid location. three operations, the Marne, St. Prico $200 per acre. Number 13 Is a farm on good pike, nice cottage e. Mihiel. anil the They were in the 38lh Infantry, house, barn and fruit; 80 In 00 acres which General Pershing said wrote' in nil, about 25 acres level land; one of the most brilliant pages in1 balance sleep, but rich. Prico $2,000. Number 80 is a flno placo; 120 the annals of military history. two-stoMorris Calico, who has also been acros, well improved, nice with the Army of Occupation in framed house, 8 or 10 rooms, largo Germany. ha returned home. slock nnd tobacco bam. On good Robert Creech and sisters, Misses pike, convenient to church and Lizzie and Floronco Creech, havo school. Priced lo sell at $100 per just returned from a pleasant visit acre. Wo have a number of other with relatives at Evarls and Harlan, Ky. II. L. Stone has purchased places; somo smaller, others larger a new Chevrolet car. Mrs. Ella Ihnn those. Toll us your wants and Matlock and children, of Nina, wo will try to till them. Persons having properly for sal visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Creech, from Friday until at a fair price will do well to sei Wo havo Monday. A number of people from us and list it with us. this place aro attending the reviv- somo country stores for salo that Call at tho Berea al services being conducted nt are bargains. Bank it Trust Company and seo Mr. Level fireen by Rev. Cash Herndon's Mr. anil Mrs. II. L. Stowo Dean when in Berca. otllco is "under his hat." Catch him and children motored to Richmond. Sunday afternoon. Robert L. Creech at any old place. The Dixio HighKingsleft today for Evarls, Ky., whero ho way will be Tarvia treated to position in a ton in two moro days, then up goes has a prospective tho prices from 10 per cent to 20 , bank. per cent for land along Ibis road; Bryantsville Brynnts-vil- le better buy now. BryanLsville, Sept. II. Respectfully, High School opened Monday, DEAN & HERNDON September 8, with a large attenMrs. Rhoda Wylie and dance. KENTUCKY NEWS daughter, Ethel, havo been quito (Continued from Pas One) ill with measles, but aro somo bet ter this writing Mrs. B. II. Hal- -! tember 21 and run through (lie 2th. eonihe and daughter wero guests of beginning each oening at 8 o'clook. Mrs. Rhoda Wylio and daughter Some of the topics to oo discussed last Monday. Mrs. James Sutton is nro as followj. making an extended visit with hcrl How Our Saviour Became IVrf. l. Tho Will io Conquer? How Foch sisler in Illinois. Mrs. Elizabeth Burgess and Mr. Leslie Brunor sur- - Won tho War. prised their many friends by going Tho Political nnd Koonomi-- World lo Nicholnsvillo and gelling mar- -i in Which We Live. ried last Wednesday, Mr, and Mrs.) Sunday, Sept.vnbcr 28 The VicRobert Elliot, of Powell passed thrui torious. It will bo .vjr i an earnest effort our town last week, making a short slop. Mrs. Eliza Ballard Is visit-- ! lo hear this noted Bible expositor ing her sister, Mrs, W. T. Wool-- ! SIMPLE SERVICES Miss Gustava folk, of Loxington Brnmmetl, of Lancaster, Is visiting Mark Last Rites Over Bier of Mrs. Moronco Jianani a row uays Distinguished Jurist this week. Clinton Hill attended tluj Willi bells tolling a requiem, tho Stato Fair at Louisvillo thrco days remains of Judgo Anthony Rollins , Inst week. Bryantsvlllo, Sept. 15 Tho Grndod Biirnam wero taken to Richmond's cemetery Thursday afternnd High School began horo Mon-- J beautiful day with a flno enrolment. Rov.j noon, nnd laid to flnnl rest Funeral 0. S. Donnnt, of Bryantsvlllo, Miss, services for tho distinguished Jurist Bettio Scott, Nicholnsvillo, Miss wero held nt his homo on West Fannio Dowdon, Pnint Lick, nnd Mnin Street. Tho bier wns n veritMiss Elizabeth Botlls, Lancaster, able mnss of blossoms, tho Inst tribaro tho teachers Mr. and Mrs. ute of lovo and esteom from thoso nmong whom ho had lived so long, .1. 0. Williams, Mr. nnd Mrs W. K. Davis, and Mrs, John Bryant mo- nnd w.ho know and honored him highly. Services wero conducted y. tored to Pnint Lick nnd Berca, Thoy wero gucsta of Dr. and at the home by his pastor, Dr. Homor Mrs. B. B. Montgomery at Paint W. Carpenter, pnslor of tho First A passago of Lick. Miss Boltio Scott atlended Christian Church. Scrlpturo was read, a prayer was tho ico cream social at Iliicna Vista, made, nnd a hymn by n choir Snlurday evening. from his church. The pallbearers Paint Lick were his flvo sons, Messrs. Curtis, alnt Paint Lick, Sept. Lick George, A. IU Jr.. Lucion nnd Paul played Nicholasvlllo Sunday, deBurnatn nnd Warflold Bennett, a feating them again. This was tho A hymn was sung nt first timo that tho Nicholasvlllo tho grave, and then a prayer and team had been dofcated on their tho slmplo yol Impresslvo ritos ovor own diamond this season, Mr. and ono of Madison's most distinguished Mrs. Forest Dowdon and llttlo sons wcro concluded, Roglstor. son, Michael Androw, of Bcren, barn e -- spent the week end with their daughter, Mrs. Bradfey Montgomery. Miss Margaret O'llern. of Marksbuig. is teaching the Stony Point school. Mrs. Templo Gibson, of Fiiirland, Illinois, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. T. Thompson. Miss Ethel Kslrlilgo, who is leaching in Lancaster, spent llio weekend with her mother. Tho Rov. M. I'Ison is holding a series of meetings nt tho Baptist Church of Mt. Tabor. Miss Pearl Spurlock Is tho guest of her brother, Ben Spurlock, nnd family near Kirksvllle. ncg-lecl- ed six-roo- m J i j Meuse-Argonn- I ry Van-Wink- le. I i SAfn-dn- 15.-P- fion-in-ln- w.