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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): September 25, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 cit1919092501_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): September 25, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. BEREA PUBLISHING (INCORPORATED) WM. G. FROST. U.lm-ln-CM.- f Knlrrrd ot rlnm IA CO. u prrnnd VwtolfiM fnhlithtJ Vol. XXI. iri hf March, lTt, Uttry 77ixr.iil Itrrtn, AV. umlrr at Htm, AV. Fixe Cents Dqvotad to the interests of the Irou.ntLrn. People Pit Copy. BEIIKA. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, HLPTLMUKIl 25, The citizen lOlO.Ono Dollar nnd Knowledge Is, Power and tho way to keep up' with modern Knowledge Is lo read a good Newspaper. Fifty Cents Per Year No. 13. Big Wages Give Us AH a Chance! Now is the tim.e for everybody who lias two hands to work. Wages were never so high ; work was never so profitable. We have no patience with the " agitators" who induce people to " strike" for a six hour day, or for pay which would make the products of labor so expensive that nobody could live. We have good wages now, and if everybody will go to work the cost of living will come down. DL'R'NG THE COSTA R1CAN REVOLUTION PERSHING TALKS TO HOUSE AND SENATE World News The Peace Treaty is at present engaging the attention of tho U. S. Senale, and it is expected that action will be tnken .soon. Tho first Commander of A. E. F. Given an decisive volo is likely lo bo taken on the amendment which gives tho Ovation by Congress. U. S. as many votes in tho Assembly of the League ns Kngland and her colonies combined. RECEIVES FORMAL THANKS It is believed that this amendment will rally a larger support than any oilier. Tells Joint Meeting of Houses In Reply Madison County is honored by the speaking of Hon. to Resolution That Canada has ratified the Poaco Edwin P. Morrow at Herea next Monday. of Whole People Won War-Pr- aises Treaty without any change. This a clean, able, and patriKentucky knows Ed. Morrow as other colonies must otic man one who will exercise the office of Governor in a Washington, Sept. 10. Standing In also pass on the Treaty before it way to give larger satisfaction to the people of the State than f the chnmher of the house of repre- becomes binding on the whole Emsentatives, with both the sennte and pire. The comparative smoothness, they can usually take in tlie man who occupies mat omce. house present nnd the galleries crowd- and freedom from delay with which He is in sympathy with every lair and progressive move- - ' ed with admirers. General Pershing Kngland and her colonies act on a nffwl -. . r nllinnnnr " UIIU Willi tatrtm t... I. nr. III! l( .... In ml Vll.ll. UK 111 , IIW Illl3 UlllUIIIIIIK 1111111111.3, received the formal thanks of congress measuro of such vital importance for the services he nnd theofllcers and lo them, Is a commentary himself unreservedly to the public good. on tlio men he commnnded In Frnnce ren Hurrah for Edwin P. Morrow I dered during the great war. There was typo of government which exists English-speakiCitizen of Shu Jos,-- , Costa Men, Iloelug before the troop of President nn air of solemnity about the scene omong that branch of the people. clearing the streets with bayonet nnd bullet. Not much hint more eloquent than words to tell Its Tlnoco, who lire been learned of the Ostn Illcim revolution because, of the strict censorship full meaning. Senator Cummins, as president pro Tho United Stales lias raised the Berea has been greatly favored in a course of lectures niulutulued by TlnoooV government. tetnporo of the senate, snt with Speak- rank of her diplomatic representa t League of Nations, an J other matters growthis week on the er Glllctt, and when General Pershing tive to Belgium from that of minishad been escorted to the floor before ing out of the war. Professor H. H. Powers, who was once a lo nmbnssador. This may be the speaker's desk, facing a great ter colleague of President Frost at Oberlin, and is now known as American ting draped on the wall, ex- taken as recognition by the U. S. of Belgium's ambition to become an in the head of the University Travel Association, has spoken on tended the first greeting. 150 Lexington, Ky. Spenker Glllett followed with a trib- dependent nation rather than a neut the Western Front, the Balkan States, Japan and the Far son County farmers About theirJefferHlaher Salaries Favored. wives with ral state under the guardianship of Washington. .Substantial increase ute to the general nnd his army. East, Turkey and the Near East, America and World Leadei-ship- , will come lo Lexington September The formal resolution of thanks wns other nations. Wo are accustomed In pay of postal employes Ik favored of Nations. and the League then presented to the general by lo give the rank of ambassador only 26 to inspect the Kentucky F.xperi-me- nl of postal employes Ik favored by Dr. Powers has travelled in all these countries and has I'umerene, who, following former Spenker Clark. It Is In these to nations of the first-clas- s, Slat ion laboratories and farm. and the personal friends in every one of them, and he has studied They will be led hy J. T. Taylor, n personal Investigation Into the con- words : thanks of the American peo- action is something in the nature of "The surrounding persons In their conditions and the progress of the war more attentively counly agricultural ngenl for Jef- ditions of rho Government servicethat ple and of the congress of tho United a compliment well deserved becauso In ferson County, and F. K. Merriman, branchannounced reand successfully than most public men. President Frost Ohio, that he would suh States are due, and are hereby ten- of Belgium's stand in tho war. portj legislation to Increase, their sal- dered, to Gen. John J. Pershing for of the United States district agent. marked that when he became President The controversy between Belgiaries In ouler to enable thim more his highly distinguished services as he should make Dr. Powers Secretary of State 1 nearly to compete with the high cost commander In chief of the American um and Holland over the disputed Louisville, Sept. 20. Five thous- of ljvlng. Dr. Powers shows that the League of Nations leaves expeditionary forces In Europe, nnd territories along the estuary at tho to the olllcers and men under his com! much to be desired. It will not produce an immediate reign and Odd Fellows of Kentucky and mouth of the S'cheldt river, and the mand for their unwavering duty and Southern Indiana are expected to Leader in Business World Dies. province of Limbcrg, adjoining of righteousness, but it will pave the way for progress. It attend the Kentucky Slate Grand Cl'uclnimtl, O. Herbert U Hrene- - valor throughout the war." Luxemberg, has reached a critical will make a court of appeal where the voice of reason shall be Lodge meeting in Louisville, Tues- inn n, 71 j curs old. Heading road near Pershing Expresses Gratitude. of the world shall be felt. day and Wednesday. October 1 and llon'd Hill, retired capitalist nnd ownAcknowledging the honors conferred point. It is reported that the Dutch heard, where the public sentiment extensive machine which, like our own government, 15. The exemplification of the er Ofholdings In business uiid real es- by congress. General Pershing said: minister in Belgium has just left And it will start a tate! Cincinnati, died after "I am deeply sensible of the privi- Brussels and the Belgian minister can be improved step by step. It is hard to say that anything Second degree on Tuesday night by huvjng been In fulling health for a lege of appearing before you as a to Holland has also left that counHome Lodge No. 25. with their yenr. of the American expedi- try. This is a sign of very strained can repay us for the losses of such a war, but such an estabchampion degree team, is the drawtionary forces and am filled with emo- relations which falls short of war, 'J lishment will be the great monument of our victory. (flVIl KAUUUCU. WIIUI ing card. . i(Stw orK. USour ononis memoers tion at the sentiments that have been but may easily lead to that. f expressed. This honor affords me proof the Chicago Grand Opera Company found gratitude as a recognition of the Thero are indications that tho Hopkinsville, Ky, Sept. 22. Dole-gat- and one of the Metropolitan Opera nchlcements of our splendid array. are arriving today for tho Company were excluded from the coun- In receiving nt your hands an expres- Allies are soon to make a demand Herea College is fortunate in Ijav- - j limited .is its area Is, has about eighty-seven- th annual convention try by a board of special Inquiry al sion of the approval of our people, I on Holland for Iho extradition of am richly rewarded. (lie former Emperor of Germany. ins, this week, a ronlinuation of the, as much coal as all the rest of of the Church of Christ, in Kentuc- Kills Istnnd. "A final report of the organization informing addresses given (luring Europe. The Gorman armies, after ky, which will be hold here, beginKngland France are desirous that Corn Estimate I Used. and the operations of our armies will the previous school year, hy Doctor llnduig that they could not, longer ning tonight and lastingv through Washington, D. C. The latest crop he made to the secretary of war. The it bo dono while the U. S. inclines II II. Powers. He Is one of the hold the region which they had Thursday; Ninlh-stre- et at the forecast of the Department of Agrl great force was (o tho view that tho legal grounds which txl(iiMe travelers of the world, a taken the llrst fall of the war, church. Four hundred or more culture estimates that this year's Ohio manner In Into anthis Instrumentality for for tho (rial are insufllcient. developed corn crop will yield l.V.,012,000 bush victory Is well known to you. closu observer ami deep thinker. wantonly destroyed tho extensive delegates are expected. of German plots in favor of els, which Is nearly 1U,00,000 bushe.s His mission is lo give instruction mines of Lorraine, so that years "The trials of buttle demanded Spar- the Emperor grow more numerous, In excess of the estimate of last tan endurance and utmost upon the great world questions will be required to restore them. and may bo connected with the efHopkinsville, Ky, Sept. 10. In month. Never have men faced n more fort to bring about a trial. Mean-whi- lo which, in those eventful years, are The natural boundary between Gerdllllcult tnsk nor borne greater hardengaging the thought and stirring many and France, and other coun- August. 1018, 191 cases were doctho has bought Bandits Obtain $3,000. ship and never hnve troops shown n the heart of thoughtful persons, tries Involved, was traced. It was keted in the police court of HopNew York. Bandits got an early liner spirit of willingness or more reso- himself a permanent lion; in Hol110 wore drunks. shown that nothing but a, llbino kinsville. of which the world over. land. start on their week's work when two lute purpose, Professor Powers' work in Herea. border could give mutual security. Laf month, the second month of ot them, masked, knocked out thu n billeted In French. "Whether prohibition. Hopkinsville cashier of the Nassau News Company A plebiscite is soon lo be taken, this year, included six night lec- It was pointed out that Belgium, war-lior Italian villages, or In camps morning talks to densely populated as it is and de- had S3 eases docketed and of these ftud robbed him ot $3,000. tures and four of Kngland, our young men hnve left in Silesia, to determine. Iho future behind them a standard of frankness, relation of that province to Gerfaculty and Collegiate students, pending upon manufacturing, has 8 warrants charged drunkenness. Twonly-seveWorld's Altitude Record, arrests on drunk of Integrity, of gentleness and of helpmany or Poland. For some time at the Chapel hour. His address, imperative need of unobstructed charges ii Field. L. U Sept. 10. The fulness. lloosevelt made August 31, 1018, were on last Sunday night, was of egress from Antwerp to the North preparations havo been made to sewns broken "To you, gentlemen of the congress, docketed until September 2, of world's altitude record a more general nature, giving prac- Sea. by way of the river Scheldt. not here when Unland Itoblfs, test pilot for we owe the existence nnd mainten- cure an 'orderly vote. It is rumorBut Holland, a country not in the that year, the first being Sunday, the Curtis Alrplnno nnd Motor com- ance of our nrmles In the war. You ed, however, that Germany is plantical points on eharacler-huildinand warning lts hearers against war, holds both mouths of that and those would swell the lotal of pany, climbed to n height of 34,010 promptly enacted wise laws to develop ning lo send back all people born August, liU8, to 218, showing a re- feet In a Curtis trlplane with a expecting a radical reformation of river and will not allow Belgium and apply our resources to tho best ef- in Silesia long enough to enablo duction under dry rule of nearly motor. fect. them to vote and is asking the emthe world, anil the establishing of improve (he channel, which, in the 80 percent in the number of warHeld President's Confidence. permanent peace, until nations and nature of things, Belgium ought to ployers of such men to pay the exrants. "Throughout the war. the president penses and fo continuo tho wages WARNS CITIES. OF STRIKERS individuals are brought lo a higher have for its own use. The Campaign is getting warm as In me his full confidence and reposed Tuesday night's address dealt plane of morality and unselfishduring their absence. This region Society Defense Sends his unfailing support slmplltled my contains mineral deposits of value. chiefly with the Balkan region of Hie time for the election draws American ness task. The secretary of war made renear. Both candidates for Gover Statement to Mayors of The address of Monday night had Europe. Detailed maps of tho sov-er- al nor peated visits to thu front and I am 250 Towns. are busy louring the Sle.te and slates concerned gave the adThe recent action of China in lo do with that giant struggle which deeply grototul for his wise counsel." making speeches, declaring their was going on for four bloody years, dress la thrilling interest. Those platforms "The cheerfulness nnd fortitude of signing the treaty with Austria, New York, Sept. 10. Mayors of 2?) and principles. upon what is known as the who have indulged the hope that cities were urged to register citizens our wounded were nn Inspiration and when she refused lo sign that with Those Gormany, is raising comment. By able to operate street cars, power n stimulus to their comrades. "Wostern Front," Without dwell- the present peace settlement will plants und other public utilities for who are disabled should become the her first action she brought about remove the previously existing aning upon the details of tho different Organize in Richmond Memorial charge of our people, service lu case of a general strike, affectionate the acute situation with Japan, and campaigns. Dr. Powers, by throwing tagonisms between different nations, Building such as threatens Boston. In a state- whoso cure they hnve so richly earned. upon tho canvas and explaining anil between eonllicting interests Tho Madison Counly Kentucky ment Issued by the American Defense Let us. In sympnthy, remember the by the second she seems to express some elaborato maps, gave a wealth within the same country, were led Memorinl Building Organisation society oud signed by Charles Stewurt widows and the mothers who today a desiro for tho support of tho other of information as to the topography to see a new light. It is good for was alTecled Monday night nt a Davison, chulrmnn of the organiza- mourn the loss of their husbands nnd nations among tho allies, and shows sons. The grent nchlevements, the high an assent to the principle of tho of the country in Northern France, us thus to be led by a specialist mooting hold at tho courthouse. tion's boird of trustees. ideals, the sacrifices of our army nnd League of Nations. There is a good Helgium, eto. Ho showed clearly to realise that tho true picture of Tho organization Is as follows: Mr. our people belong to no party nnd to deal of shrewd diplomacy shown OF MINERS existing conditions has other than T. C. McCown, president; Mr. D. II. STRIKE ENDS that the line of separation prono creed. They nre the republic's in the matter, throughout. scribed by tho conference now in roseate hues. Tho real Austria, Slarus, Miss Kathto be sacredly guarded nnd careDelaware & Hudson Company Shafts fully submitted to future generations. bo what is left of the exploded Austro-llungari- leen Sullivan, secretary and treassession cannot bo expected to In Vicinity of Scranton Resume F.mpire, is too awkward- urer; lloubcn Pearlman, publicity The declaration of England, peacefully accepted, by nil parties The olllcers and soldiers who served v Operations. iho permanent one. ly shaped lo naturally constitute manager. that sho favors an entirely concerned, as nt home nre entitled to their full shnre In the victory. free and strong Persia, removes Many impressive facts were brought an entire nation. The new CzechoTho Memorial building campaign Pa.. Sept. 10. The e Scrunton. "Our navy performed n brilliant some doubt nnd apprehension that lo notice: Iron and coal aro the slovakia Is composed of elements will not start in Madison County & Hudson company mines la this to raco lieforo next week. Tho campaign vicinity, whose 14,000 men have been part In transporting troops nnd sup- the status of Persia might ha that most essential things, in modern differing in traditions as plies lind In maintaining our sen comtimes, to make n nation powerful and language, to an extent promis- will open with a publio mass meet- on strike for a week, resumed opera- munications. The urmy wus convoyed of a buffer state, a condition which tions. All of the mines of the Delaing little for complete unity. Add ing at tho courthouse is not conducive lo nn orderly state and safe from attack. Gormany, ono night & Western com. overseas with the maximum of safeto this the fact that this country, the llrst of next week, at which a ware, Lackawanna Incredibly or to settled and stable existence. pany, except one, continue Idle on ac- ty nnd comfort and with lacks the essential advantage of an "speaker of noto" will deliver an Persia has possibilities, if the right CONTENTS small loss. count of the strike. "A special tribute Is duo those benopportunity is given her. S. News; outlet to the sea, and Dr. Powers PACE Tho 'speaker's name will bo Hun Murderers Collapse. evolent men and women who minisKentucky News; World News. regrets its establishment. The di- published later this week. Ho will Munich. After the ministry had tered to our soldiers at home nnd An olfort to embarrass President Ileport of Dr. Power's Ad- vided Hungary still is not wholly havo a messago that will concern to Intervene in the case of the Tho welfare societies, mainone in sentiment and has poor com- each and overy citizen of Madison murderers of hostages, six prisoners ahrond. by a generous public, gnve us Wilson by making it appear that dresses. tained Secretary of Slate Lansing was not mercial facilities. Ilumnniu gets Countjv Register. PAGE 2. General News. vero executed nt Stndelhelm prison. Invaluable aid. Story; Shift of Ite.ssarahla from Russia, and this Is PAGE 3. Serial With the exveptlon of the chief deadmiration goes out. to our favorable to the Treaty and the "Our allies, whose tenacity, after League of Nations is refuted by the n fendant, FrIU Soldi, who uttempted lo natural inasmuch as (he inhabitSenators in Treaty Battle. show bravado, the men collapsed us three yenr of conflict, mnde possible prompt avowal by tho Secretary of British Qlrls Share Land Grants. ants nre of the same stock. But PAGE 1. Local News. Kngland has extended to the girls the death hour approached. The firing the effectiveness of our effort." his opinion that tho Treaty should PAGE 5. Public School News; Ad- on the other hand Rumania's acquiprivilege of shar- squad was composed of especially sebe ratified just as it stands, without sition of Transylvania prevents its of the lund army tho on vertising. an equul basis, lected men from various llavurlan ing with Real Heroines. reservations or amendments. It has 6. Mountain PAGE Agriculture; western boundary from being ono In the government's land scheme. The troop units, from which there wow Oklahoma City, Oklu. Klevcn hero- boon well known (hat Mr. Lansing easily defensible. Jugoslavia will authorities, acceded to the requests of numberless applications for positions Home Department; Markets. ines were listed for Jobs by the fed- has not boon in agreement with the PAGE 7. S. S. Lesson; Sermon; Bul- be discordant becauso of tho sharp thousands of girls who have signified on the executing squad. eral employment bureau here. Tbej President on all points, but that is Most their wish to continue working on the clashing of religious beliefs. garia Given Treaty. want to cook for harvest "hands." (CoaUaiM M rig Tws) land, and to take up small holdings. a d liferent matter. (Continued on Page Five) PAGE 8. Eastern Kentucky Nows. For Governor, Edwin P. Morrow ng 1 -- ng The League of Nations Kentucky News U. S. News 1 Dr. Powers' Address es He-po- rts Bel-gla- g, leg-nc- y vice-preside- an rec-cont- ly, Dela-war- ss. -d wor-wor- I Ing Two. TllH CITIZB September FIVE HUNDRED PERSONS 315, 1010 11161 M SSTEK PLAN 15 APPROVED PERSUING HONORED BY CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY ELBERT H. GARY DIE IN GULF HURRICANE Thousands Are Homeless and Millions In Property Lort Army Com. mander Rushos Aid. Austin, .oxM Sept, 1(1. At leant. (MX) were hilled by the hurricane In the Co rms Cltrlatle district, to a rnrsang ttm Itoy Miller to heatiniirters, of the M'tithern iletntrtinetit or the army n' him Antonki and forwarded to the state inliiiii.ni here. San Aliiouln, Tf Sept. 10. Uwi JoMth T liii kinnn, retamaiider of tinnun hern department, ordered a relic' train i nt to Corpus Chrlstl. The trim "III imry tents, nits, blankets, nie.l; ill suiptlts nnd conil thousnlid case of fnoilst ufTs. The tithe town of Port Araiins where TWO perMUis lived, ha been t strojeii. mil wlic her or not the inhaL ttntiis bad taken shelter Inland Is not BILL INTRODUCED DY SENATOR TOWNMND INDORSED OY PK SONS IN ALL SECTIONS. icrons IT WOULD 'AID LOCAL ROADS Scheme It for the Centtruetlcn and Maintenance by the Government of Trunk Line Interpreting Hash State afid All Connected. ton. The morement to iinh iiinl system of trunk line i high1 ay state, the intersecting past ''i construction mid maintenance to In borne Iij the fedcrnf government. Is Rum in: throughout tlif tiaintry, to ri'Hirt- - coming In to the Wi-h w Klheii II Imhih! of Mm t con-atr- 1 ; I'Hi-l- know A 11 fpliii: . until. n h tiers mi' (inning Min In from pnwti. .i'i hII se..;nns indorsing the imwuiM nt mill cnl ing for explicit i' "i a to in rim In MlntR in the nation, lnUiwny measure, now vjietid-lu- r la i lit' senate. The li.i t kuiiiI li.jbwny hill, Introduced Senator 'Imnsend. chairman of the s. mi u- ciuihii fee (Hi post offices and n m mads, is nn entirely new idece nf i. tlon. Its object Is to imlUI hi (f.cli wiiiic trunk line ti ili.- extent1 f not less tlinn 2 jMir wni nnr HMirt' 5 lier cent of tile to .il mileage t tire state, anil to JoIh ti" in with tin' m.ila trunk lines of otln r Mates, thus creating n tia-- , tlmiai s.wcm connecting the unfile country. Th.nk It Would Help State Roads. Tli.' decided trend in public opinion III f.itur nl federal ..niructinn of a national li '.'lnvuy sstcii Is due, at ennhng tn tli isc h.u.iig ilu measure In cIibil.. tn the fact Hut such mileage ns tmh ,ate will reive will put 'the Mli" ih.it much M.irer to n complete tinil will connect. .1 Mute system, nt tli.' s.niio t.inc iiisiii iii.' loiiii'iil connection'- With mljoiulii'.' Mates. It is admitted tl'.it mk-I- c"iini ctlon-nr- c n-to a piopcrly syMcm nml that vii,i n ftil.' r;i I function. Is log Thi' li. result to en. Il state. It now begins to appear. Hill lie a strengthening of fun ii liehlml rimil development. The states on the one linml are to be ii 'I. .I ly relieving ilu'tn permanently of the construction and nininteuajicc of the heaviest traveled interstate routes, thus iiennlttiiu- - the concentrn tlon of sate effort nit routes Imviqg their terminal points within the Hiulr. In other words, more cffecjlve of feiirnl and state power Is to he gained hy each having Its secl(lc work laid out, one applying Its efforts to national connection nnd the other to the ili'elopiuent of local or Intrastate ronils iind their proper connec tions. Supporters of the national Highway nioveinent nre increasing their tietlvl-tieIn the expressed belief that In the pending measure they are working for a pJmi whereby a comprehensive system of jiatlnnal highways may lie constructed and put Into ieriiiauent operation within the next few years, and nt less cost to the public than under any other plan. Washington Has Air Bus. , Wiihlilnctnii now litis an nlr "rubberneck" service. Four men, all experienced In the operation of planes, have Inaugurated In the tmtional capital its first airplane MKhtseeluz tours. The public will lit able to look at the city from the clouds nnil, In aildltlou. get a thrill or two. If It so desires. The new service for the strong hearted had Its Inception with men who are either In the aerial mall serv-Icor wen. Men behind ' i I high-wtijr- g , i . . 1 o nit r ! Iiinl ii,i .1 I'.iiu: lltl.T till HI I a.i.i; is !! i ; . if nilers iiUn rei elM-i- l lalnl'iMl, lioimrny inini'H .1 ! '. m iIiii ing It's 'I The iIiologrilph Mi.'., s llie pi nee-tni t x . li lent in 'Smtiil I l I' e army i'lil erslty II radio from the . apinln of a Median Line steamer to (JnlreslOii sv that bis, esKol has gone alitor otvr the piling and that the town Is 'coin pletcl.v destroyed." Ill mesaage said iMithliig iristiit loss of life Hint ltslH he knows nothing except (m has efallen his nun ship. ROOT SCORES eV .i,i. Iniiriiniti .if the toi of the t'nlted Stales Stiel 101 Hirnlli.i. who refused to have any dealings with the representatives of I lie union steel workers. dini APPEALS TO LABOR TO CANCEL ALL WALKOUTS League of Members of A. F. af L. sues Statement In Effurt to End Peril. Is- POLICE CLASH WITH MICHAEL ALEXANDROVITCH UNIOH KEN BY OFFICCRC. . THRONG CHAOCD WHO BREAK UP ASSEMBLY IN PITTSBURG DISTRICT. Prot-- . y Plinnei By Wortcers' MeKcenport Mayer Heada Farce of Volunteer Civilian Army Gald to Contain 2,100 Men. at la Sft-retar- Wrstrrn Newd'aixr Union Nam 8n'le l'lttshurg, I'a. Clashes between I'clinsyhunla St ite Police and cn.v .N Ih'u on cotid'.ict'iig labor limns meet bigs In the Pittsburg district uahered In the strike In the iron and ateel Industry. The most serious dlsturlmn took plnce in orth Clalrtmi, twenty in les from I'ittvhurg, late In the aft-e- i 111,011, where male troops iliarg d a crowd or union men, coi.dui'tmg u us.-- t meeting and broke it up. Ite- stunce was offered and it is charged hy union leaders that the mounted po lieenieli ustsl their clubs vigonnisly and Injured a miiiitier of the crowd. Nineteen erstiii were arresleil. The meeting was broken up at the request of local authoririi s. According to eyewitnesses the meet ing was procecdini; iiiietly when tin Stale Police broke it up. The crowds scattered and number of them ran up a railroad t'liihiiiikmerit mid threw atones at the irooMrs. I 'tiring the ttielee sevenil in the crowd wcio strut k on the bead by the ihII einen, it was said. The crowd simhi scattered and as f.ir as can lie leanied no one was injured seriously. Hiring the melee the horse of one of the troopers suffered broken leg. It Is alle'.'e.l that several shuts were fired by mie-ti- o In the crowd. William i. Foster, Secretary qf the Xiillonal Committee, for Organizing Iron and Steel Workers, said that a vigorous protest would M' lodged with the state got eminent against what he tertned to be a "murderous attack" iiiMiti Itlast furtiiio's of the I'aruek'le Steel Coniiiany urn located at (lair-ton-. 11 11 1 11 g per-son- Foimer nnilrotit.h r.iini Iiuke Mitliuel Al brother of former Uuipcmr Nicholas, who was apiniliited regent "f Ulisln when the KmnHiiolT dynnsty wiis overilirown and later exiled hy iHiNlievlsts. has cscatfd from the reils with his secTetary and n sailor. They got nway In a motor boat, crmVlug along the Itiver Halnl to Irkutsk, thence going abroad Incognito. - v Crowds were dispersed withont (flln culty. All ireparations bad lieen by Mayor I.vsle for putting ling down illsonler In .Mi Kttwtpon. Throughout the day iian wire being worn In as special oltirera. Members of the McKeesport Chanilier of e wore sworn In as seclnl IKillco. More than 'JJiti) cl ll'im police nrc now Com-mere- coat-peto- i) available for duf. Ma tor sjIIiL GAPITAL WELCQifiES THE RUST DIVISION All There wn McKeessrt, .11 a sllcht ilistuitiauce in Showers where tliilo i .irganlxcr.4 11 Its Pent-U- p Patriot- Mlteinptisl to conduct gatherlmrs. mass meeting. ism on Veterans. PERSHNG IN the project are W. W. Major, manager of the postal aviation Held at College Turk. Mil.; I.eon D. Smith, who wn In the airplane mall service at New York until be re filled to make a lllglit In u piano diulpped with a Liberty motor during bad weather; Neal Angle, e.v Iiert ringer at the Colleen I'ark field, and I). S. Collier of the otHce force of the superintendent of aviation In the mall service. The ulrplano will ho parked at the (.'rounds of the obi JuekMHi City race track, Jut over the highway bridge leading to Virginia. I'rotn tliat ut the public will lie given an opportunity to take n trip across the I'otoinac mid over U'uHlilngton nt an altitude of '.V NK) feat. For good measure the pilot will throw In u "tunt" or two. if the IMtrous aliimhl dealre. The niaiiMKunieut annouuees that the nvorago rldo will be for 10 miles, a K.nit fliiuligb to give the pawen. Kr a good vlow of Wavhlngton. In the ntlillc also addition to will he given n chance to obtain n ride to Iltiltlmnro. Atlantic City or any other place within reasonable distance. More lljitn i.Mt) ' ateul and unpntlii7Hri were gathering near the southern limits of the city when sipiad of dispersed tlieip, driliu tlie crowd Into (;iHxirt, an ailjoiiiing boroiigli. In' van to 11s. When the crowd .cinlile In (ilas.piiit local Miiice and ordered the ii.Hct'ng to he dispersed. The crowd refused in mo and a detachment pf innitiite.1 si.no IMillee apfiiiuvl tiiiiL w ith drawn cl litis, broke up the meeting. No one was Two alleiik were arrested for having refused to obey the order if the fsillce to "mote on." After linvlng ilisp, red the (il.'is- IHiri iihhmiiii: M.ne Hiliee retiirncl in t ilcKei sport rolleil tile sti 11 ir.-al- n ili'tlanie of the proclamation of Mayor ;isrge I.ysle, forbidding puhCe GENERAL Men LEAD March In Mass Formation-Tan- ks, Guns and Mechanical War Equipment Are Shown .n Parade That Lasts Five Hours.' million people saw the parade. It was con.l'lviil and carried mit as the nation's tribute not alone to the veteran fighting men who marched, bnt to the whole great nrtnv the nation created to make certain the utter defeat of (icrmany. March In Mass Formation. Mnrchlng In iiiiki formation and equipped with nil tlie gun. ts and other death denllng devtr.--othe front line service. he Plrt lll ston. freh home from France, united along the broad utemie, a lilng thle of fWhtlnc manhiM.il that Oiled the Mreet from curb 10 .'iirtt. Above each solid Meek of Inf.mtr.v roe the grim line of bayonets stel glinting dully 11s It cniiglii the light. Farther back came long hues of Held guns. French "75's," to winch French nftleer have said France owes her salvation and, after all the trains and wagons had rumbled hy. "line a battalion of tanks, utreaked ml yellowed with paint to conceal thi'in from enemy eves, hut now clank-tnIx'hlnd the tnsip In oly resiMie to the cheem that them.) Nothing Lacking. There was nothing lacking to make the Mirade an epitome of the whole vast army American sklli and Indomitable will had created to beat the enemy at his own game. There were guns of all the tyis-- s used In France that coo Id be moved through the streets. Machine guns, big and little, bristled amwie the rltleuieu; squat mortars to hurl bombs rom the trendies; high mounted rtlles which peered skyward as though still In search of enemy flyers. Rome of the. guns were horse-drawsome trundled behind panting motortruck or tractors. The show was complete as the Ingenuity of the war department could make It. a mm cctfmi of the American cxpedlloiinry foices Up the avenue at the head of th division rode MaJ. fJen. lCdwanl F. commanding, nnd with III rode two former commanders of the ll vision the nst to go mid the last of the divisions to come home. They wer M11J. On. William I. Sleliert. who took It tn France, and Lieut. Gen. Robert I. Itullnrd, who loot; it into action and surrendered command only to take a higher post. The Sixteenth Infantry, veterans of the hitter fliihtlng of Cantlgny, where France learned In what fashion A titer Ira could and Would light and breath. st again after months of strain, list the wny. At various points In the divisions1 line and before the wallowing and ela tiered In an uproar r lug conclusion to the spectacle, alj manner of additional units tint part of tlie division Itself, were In f tie g (yi-ete111 Uvo-hott- POLICE STRIKE Otelarea Beaten Patrolmen Chidlensed Constitution of the Unltetl SUte. New York, Sept. ll The lotfl pi lire, by colng on strike, have chnl letrtted the ConstltiitluM of 'he I'nltcd Slates, i;illui Ks'. former secretary of tnte. tleclitred In ar address nt the N'atliinnl Security lei'iilr CoMslltntlim day celehrntlon here "We main tain this Constitution wIUmhii Insist-'niihiii 't being followed," said Mr IfiMif. "We cannot ncilntaln It hy laughing at those who try to make a Joke of It. Weranuol maintain II hy his Ing lob rent nnd liberal nnd Indifferent We inusl toward niose who nltnck it Maud for It when It Is challenged. Il rhalletigcd l.iday. here there Is Most and In li'wlrd of directions. challcnued hy the police not hi y !? stride In poston now." 11 GREAT 'S00" LOCK IS OP EH ED Longest Ir the Wend and Raises and Lovtcrs Slips 2t Feet In St Mar'i Falls Canal. Sault 'tte. Marie. Sept. HI. The fourth lock in St. Mury's falls eana' (sinnectliig Lake Superior with the to be formally-throw- n lower takes w The govern-menopen to lake I en mem. Inspection boat lleneral Ijrdetker, carrying a number of otttrlaK waan to hare the honor of first (Manage. The new lock, tra? Wwgeit In the world ha been four years Ih ennafnirtfon. li Is a quarter of a mile In length. SO feel wide, and ha a least depth or 21 The "fall" from Superior to feet. the lower St. Mary's rlvor ranges from 17 to 21 feet. - New York. Sept. 17. Proposal tlmt (he president of Ifie I'nlted Slates he made a member of the American Federation of lahor Hd that all strikes now in progreas throughout the counIB order try he Immediately to meet the- - present "perlloue situaof tion.' hy which "the ft.uiidnllon odr free demmratlc Koterniiiein are threatened. " are contained In a sent 10 President Ooinpers and the eerutlTt council ef Hie American Fslenitlon of Ijibor by the l.engHU of A. F. of U Meudiers for laruierhli and Industrial temocni-cwhich was made publk here. The irague was recently organll by John J. Pierce and laadore F.psteln, who were members of a tfiectal committee apimlntrd hy .In men 1'. Iloilaml. president of the stale Federation of Ijibor. tn Investigate Industrial condl-tbmThe refiort of the committee, day. which was published an Industrial truce for six months during which all strikes were to he chII.sI off. 11 y, n ASKS HIGH RANK FOR MARCH Secretary Baker Would Have Congress Make Chief ef Staff a eral for Life. Gen- COUNCIL TO DEMAND KAISER London Pall Mall Gatette Learns Request Already Has Been Made on Holland. Iindou. Sent. IS. The allied wnr council, the Pall Moll (Jmette learns, has decided to ask Holland for the Wllhelin. extradition of "The Oilteb will rivelte If they elready received a forms! have demand." Hiys the iwper, "and although n protest from her Is piwslhle. otflcials nre confident Holland will ap. ccde." Washington. Hepl. 2a Secretary linker visited the mpltol to urge legislation granting iiermnneiit generalship to hl chief of ta!T. Hen. Clayton C March. Faring oimmoii from many inemliers of the house, the e retary t to Iteprcentiitlve Campbell, clialrinnii of the house rules cnmmlftee. lu bring nut a simtIhI rule making the legislation a mutter of extraordinary consideration In the house. The committee will be called next week to act on the suggestion. apiH-alii- FOOT EASE MADE INTO BREAD Col. ut J. i. Castleman Says Two Car. loads Were Used by Mistake and Fed to U. S. Soldiers. Mich.. Sept. 10. Detroit. .Tames NEW YORK BISHOP ELECTED the on the Rt.-Re- Episcopalians Charles T Choose S. Burch Third Ballot New York. Sept. IS. The Charles S. Sliirch. surfragnn bishop nf the Protestant KplMNipnl diocese of New Y(rk. wna elwted bishop to uc-ceed the lute Itlsbop (Ircer on the thlriL ballot at a special diocesan convention here. Ht.-Ite- ofbeer of the quartermaster's detriment nml member nf fieneral Pershing's staff In France, to he In charge of Detroit's army deitartliient store, wns quoted ns saying two carloads of hy mistake, were made Into breaJ nnd fed lo American soldiers In France. foot-eas- p. CHsllemaii. executive Col. sorted. Ignored. Koine. Premier Mm, In a state ment made lu the Chamber of Depu ties rcgurdlug the Flume raid, an nounced that the eoiiitiiHUiler of the Sjixtb Army Corps lad nrderisl o lulereept and disarm liahrlele d'An- titilixlo'x troops, lint that these troops refused tit obey Hie commander' or- !er. of Commander 2 MEXICAN MUTINEERS SHOT Washington, Sept. 18. Tours nnd cheers greeted the returned First divi sion, led by (lenernl Pershing, when they marched down Pennsylvania avenue oxer the American Way of Victory laid out more than ."Ml years ago. It was Washington's first great parade of the war and the crowds fchow-ercall their pcni-iipmniit Kin on these sun hroii7i il .derails, the first to gp to '''i;iue. M. re Mini half II Orders Six Others Sentenced 10 Short Terms In the Penitentiary at Mexico City. Mexlcall, Lower Ciillfnrnln, Sept. ID. Two of the eight Mexicans found guilly of imrtlcliMitlng In the mutiny of Mexican soldiers September 8 at Algodones, Lower California, were executed. Six others were sentenced to short terms In the penitentiary at Mexico City. Two wore acquitted. GERMAN Commerolal TRADE DRIVE bit IS ON Vene-zueta- d Agents Flock to Underselling American Salesmen. . , ii WOUNDED, BUT HAVEN'T LOST THEIR SPIH'.T OF FUN ' slgbi-soeln- g San Juan, Porto Rico, Sept. 10. Aiiierlcan trHvelotx who recently ar- rived here fron Notiezimlu report tint there are open evidences of renewisl (ionium activity In thai country'. Many Ccrmuns Iwve been arriving In Ycne zuela during the last few months anil (crman commercial travelers are reported iMirtlculurly active. They repAs one resent all lines nf Industry. mail who returned from Yciioxuch, hist week explained It: "If want to sell clothing at $15 n suit to Iho VenezuOrniHii salesman elan merchants linn something Just n good for $1'.' or $i:i. Mauy Germans are arriving In YcneitiH'lii, evidently premred to set-li1 11 e ISSUES ORDERS TO GERMANY Supreme Council at Paris Tells lin to End Wars In the Ber- Baltic Paris, Sept. 10. The supreme council of the pence conference sent .n ultimatum to (icrmany, dematiilltig that she Immediately cease hostilities In the lla'tlc states. there." SENATE GETS THE- Good Comedians Are Scarce. "I'm exhausted," said Mr. (Hipping, na he sank Into his easy chair. "I've bad u hard day ut the olllce." "Umiiti!" replied Mrs. Rllpplng, suspiciously. "Tin) last time I came fo gee you unexpectedly I found you with your feet proppod up on your desk and keeping half a dozen men roar-In- g with your funny stories." If you only knew It, lo keep half dozen men roaring without m drop on (he premises Is hard work," "W01111111. 11 TREATY Consideration of the German Peace Pact Begins in the Upper House, n Kill One; Loot Dank.Itaplds, Mich., Sept.' 20. Shooting and killing one man who attempted to give warning, automobile bandits held up a branch of the (Irnnd ItnphU SuvtngH hank ami escaped with several thousand dollars. The exact amount secured hy the bandits bus not been detormlnod. - (liund Hlniilnghaui Age-Heral- These wounded American soldiers ut Oun Hill Itoad him hospital were bating u bit of fun with u mock marriage, bridal party being cuMiultles. The wedding procession was tiiiule with the uhl of criilchkN and wheel chairs. I till members of llie Sept. 10. Consldera-tloForce German Cash Embargo. Wathlngtnn. Iterllu, Sept. 'JO. An niiiiotinceiueiit of lite (lerntan paice treaty beIl was called up htiH been Hindi' hy Iho gun In lite senate. minuter of t!ie foreign re- llnnncu that censorship of letters and by Chairman Lodge lations committee and hociiHic the llrit telegrams destined for outside couu-trie- s great document of Us kliiii to he (Hie will be maintained. This step lu cussed III the M'liaty In the full light taken to prevent the seiidlni; of money of ouiillcltv. out of ('eruiauy. ' (Continued on Pig Tnrei) .l.'tll, I !. TUB CITIZEN Page Three. GREEN FANCY GEORGE "Thtindorntlon!" cxernlmed Names wrathftilly. "Wlmt Io you think I nm? A worm Hint " "Knsy, easy, tne denr mnn," cau"Keep your sont. tioned O'Dowd, Infernal Irish Don't lio deceived by f WIXT- - THE HOT PLAGE AND SEA Kcntuckians of All iv Parties Watching With Interest For Enaoracii.ent o. Stamcy mpjmmmtw. kWttSiWWZZ SYNOP3IS. 11 Author, if ''CRAUSTARK," "THE IOLLOWOF HER HAND." THE A PRINCE OF CRAUSTARK." ETC Three aenniors, Frnncls IS, Warren of Wyoming. TlHmins 8. Martin of and Kiiule NVIin nf Minnesota, togetlrvr on March Ifl TREATY BATTLE I,nterid the senatenerved rtintlfinously. lv.". nnd Inure ieimior Warren, however, served ns I'liiti-stHtes senator from Wyoming SEVERAL LISTED IN FAVOR OF from December 1, jtfX). to March I, 1!Tt. lie has senod a longer time, PACT AS IT STANDS LINE UP thorefnre, aa a senator than any olhef WITfl OTHER GROUP. man In the tipper ehamlier, Imt, na will lie seen, bis service was not ewitlnu-on- . Vlr-gitii- n 51 TOF SENATORS sii.ios tie cuier.'d the senate March t, H'ln, nml hna served ever since. STATE DEMOCRATS TO MEET WANT MILD RESERVATIONS Convention is Callld far September 4th at Lou.evilu Hard Ta.k to With Pride." e d. iern that the pi ny nie iju.i k i (ii'M'kalei. in , l.e luiiir.ii.i ..aie con-veili iuilc'1 In ui.cl .h lnusvllle, ti pic.ihei t, will nml Illi oieeUes Ut Observing These Will Probably De 'Adopted, Since the More Rad cal Members of the Foreign Relations Committee Haven't Full 8upport In Ssnate. BY KeuiiH'k.ans of every Burnea, K ClfAITKfl -- w York. r. on it walking trip trealti tlirn-ielI N. w raultt At ft atone iclea from hi nVatlnatlon In tneeta rrmir. point te they A gtrt the the WI.IU e.une plmht an an'" noMIe, sent tn mewl llw 0a mm l f1rl. irrln-- ami whllo the given I a lift In taken alrt on o her iollnt" m. winch aim telU n Fancy. llarnea l r place allot i 111 rtlw-ua- 11 At the lawn llnrtira Ctl.UT'-falla In with a atrundc I trnuuv nf "barn, etnrtninii ' actor, haaried by IriHlofl lliiahi rnft, ami mcoihm InteteataO In thrni. -- CIIArTnt ITT Aa the Merm irrnwa, llarne nmla. Ii leelf Hurry Inn w the aa't-tt.f tha girl, traveling oyer the maintain roe-l- at what he conMra (tan- Ha leariw tnnt Oreen feroue t speed something of a Iwom of mounted merWJeaw the tavern In a manner which urousea llarnea' o-- To mva-tf-r- y. curl-olt- y raeeta "Mlaa Thaek. rilAITEK IV-- 1I tray." I'.wllnit lady of the atranded theatrical tr v. wlio la acting aa e Ita inter-inajTlat nlfht he la nrourl by the liiinin .,f a dying man to the tarern. one nf th Urn who (mil ridden away a rluirt tine before. Ttiey tell nf finding lb Oliver man. d. deuil bn.!v of the n ahot. bf Ooth liad wound t man. regM-tere- d at lh tavern aa Andrew Paul, rf.ea, linn Ilarnaa la HifoiinaVI lw inual mil O'Dnn'il am I)e until af'rr the liitiuraL Paiv-y- , Koto, a vtalt the at (irrrti Intern, apjiarvntiy Inurh inyatllletl over Hie affair. CJFAPTKIt Tva tvr utl. i. nt id relaiaa the mm-panposition, frmn Ita enitarraaaln thereby U omlna Ita nlttetat' barker. He Walt Kanry. nml III live grim ltd lrrn nuvta Ma acquaintance nt the nlaht niidinc her a trlrl of auriHtalog btnuty. ("HAPTKTi She a 'em a not lo tw daalroua nf reroxnlaliur hnn. aii'l turn nw.iy 'O I Kwil and In apparently frUmllv faahhin eevurta tlarnes I who foela lie la unMckome) fruin the) grounfta. CHAPTFR ailrnnres Iluah-rro- ft iiara Thackeray warna CIIAPTKR VIII-M- Im Ilnrnr. ih.it a man atopplna: al the tavrrn. win lbly a iNmk wM. luid ararehud hla hiiikaxe In hh almrme. (I'lMwd and with Harnett and oiinra It. the olhera K"ea over tlir went of tha prrvtuu nlKht'i l .Hitina llirnra la Invited to dinner at Uiecu Kunty. rn CIIA1TKH IX-arqualntance rf the atorm la tnirodui-maa Mtaa Cameron The makeup at the houar party, latrilvH- larly a man lntrdued to htm na 'leb," nnd tlie tiUmbvr of mrnaervaata ubout the place, aotkliarliat aatunlahe Harnem. l IIaa CHAPTHTl Cameron Informa lilm aha t a priaoner In Uie huuev. to him for aid and binding him In I'vnvaraatton with the to aecmy chauffeur who dnvea him hark to the tuvem. barnoa heooRira ranvlnred there l it ruiplravy of moiiianl liatrhlnc at Ureau 1 ancy. CIIAPTUU XI-- At brrakfiat tha bcok ur ni IniriHltk ra hlnualf aa aprouee, a Kovarnntrnt aecret aavnu Hlirouar telle Ilarnaa he la there lo wairh the at (irrn Fnn y, d arribtnc tliem aa refugrea fiom a country overrun by thr (In mane IU aMria that "Miaa Catneii ,i" la a rrlmltr of Hie former ruler of the 'onaeiated country and that aha or ) ivr Kith theia the crown fewela "l'rb nf enormoua value, which tiprouae vtoulu aup-poa- wiuild nerve. more." "Your nynipnlhleH nrn with the alllna, the irlnce' lire opMicil? Is I tint jmrt of Spronao'H Htory true?" "Veft." "Anil O'DowdV Mr. Ilnrnio, "O'Dnwtl It that convey anjrthlni: to you. Ho In not "Waen't It pretty rlaky for you to t'nrry (lie crown Jevela aronntl In n tra cling ling. Mlaa CHliieron?" "I anpMH' hi. It turned rntt, liow ever, that It wnt the unfeat, wtin-sway. I hail them In my lajaaexalon for three dayn heforc comlnir to Own No one suapectiil. I Kniiey. ni l' deliver them to one of their rightful owners. Mr. llarnea n loyiil prlnco ot tho hlood." "Iltlt why herel" lot Inalated. "lie wi)S to lake them Into Cii'Hithi, nnd thenre, In good tluio. to the puhifu of Ills Hiireatora." "I nm to tintlerxlnnd. then, that not only yon hut the committee you xponk carefully pre"tred trap. of. f.ll Into 'ITie trenehery. therefnro, hud Its In the loyal netit. You were betrayed hy a friend." "1 hiii mire of It." alio wild bitterly. "If thin man Npnvum doe not succeed In restoring the oh, I believe I ahull kill myaelf. Mr. Ilnmea." The wall oj aoiruHh lu her volco went ttralght to hla heart. "lie him Miceeedod, take my wortl for It. They will lie In your lianilH many bourM have imaaed." "Is he to come to the Tavern with them? Or am I to inct hint " "CJooil Itnl!" he gulied. Here was a contingency he had not conaldered. Where ami when would SpwtiKe with hla booty? "I I fancy we'll find him waiting for us nt the Tavern." "Hut had you no understanding?" "Kr tentatively." The iicniplratlon atartitl on his brow. He wai) thlnklnu of something elae: his Htimr.lng In wtl fonweelng tho very situation that now presented lteelf. Why hnd he neglected to wltlo upon a mctitlcc plare with Sprotise In tho event that circumatances forceil them to part company In Ulght? IVurin Unit she would pursue the subject, he made haate to branch off onto another Inany-Hngllat 11 re ap-jic- ar y Do not nek me to any Wahlngton shift In EDWARD B. CLARK mm ife ..2? Hue. iity the real object of the up there, Mlaa Cameron?" "You railt bear with me a llttlo longer, Mr. Itnrnea," she wild, appeal-Ingl"What Is rrcuer f'llAI'TKH aree to on a nocturnal vlalt to (Ireun I anO", Willi the object of wcurlt thr Jcwvla, SnJ llarnea with Ufa hope uj reaculni; "'ilbM Cameron." enter the grminda CIIAI TKK XIII-Th- ey In nafriy. ti.irouaa ovnrcotnlnif two mm vMi nil) oa guard. KeachlnK the houaM.t IHtrnea aemia up, bv maane or a flailing rod carried by Hpr..e, a note to "Mlaa Cameron." Inlormliig her of their Intenr thr houae. She trlea to tion to but fproua rllmba to her room a' d yoca tlm'USh It on a quest for the truwn iewcla kikI alalu laera. XU-Pntl.-m- . "I cannot wiy iinythliiu now." night "You wild llmt tomorrow would bo too late. What did yon metin by llmt?" She waited a few seconds nnd thn retnoMU bur hoail from his shoulder, lie heard the aliarp Intake of her i n ml felt the couvuMve movement of the urtu that rested nculuat u bis. There wna no mlataklug her bn-atlmid-de- agitation. ." she snld. anil ho "I will tell was surprise! I by the harshueaa that came Into her volco. Tomorrow morning wna tho ttmo mI for my luarriaKo to that wretch up there. I could hnvo avoided It only 4iy destroylni; myself. If you had minu touiorrow night of tonlfiht you would have fouml me dead, Hint In nil. Now you ctiltl? Von nro wet " vrwt the cicltoim'nt, llio iivrvuus iichs, Mr. llarnea, " ain aulil, tlrgwlni tillitli'l.v i.'.vnr from lilm. "lan't It tvmr "Are "It )u ly dn.vbrimkT He liMiktal lit III wutcli. 'Ttiret ' .understand." tiVliM'k." lie wilil. "CpxmI (JisI! You wero to lie forced Tlicrr etiitleil nivntlier purlin of Into a marriage with why. 'It Is tho She ri'iiiHliU'i"! allglitly uliwf. " "Vuti'il Ihfltor leein axalaat me," lit luoat ilanumble "O'Dtiwd (ioil Ideas him I was my Hiltl nt lnet. "I tun Mifter Hum trw champion. He knew my father, licaxily Uiarils ou know, nnd quite at only " lie IlHriuh-aa."Listen!" he hissed, starting to his "ThHiiU you." Jie Willi, hiii prompt I hetllitl benelf ngulnat Ills hIiiiiiIiIit feet. "Don't move I" mine from the dark-lie- s "II a licller," alio trigjietl. outside. "I llavo me kuii leveled. "Wmilil you iuIiiU telltni; inn soirve tiling Ixiut yuuroWf, Mlwt Caiuenui? I I heard me nume taken In vain. 1 was wonhUould like lo know ulii'llmr I miii ti Thanks for tne messing. dering whether you would say somenililrtna you hs iirtiwitH, iliiclieaw, or thing: pleasant about me nnd, thiink Juat plain .MIim,h "I giu morn tlCClKllMIICll to pluli the good Lord, 1 was patient. Iltlt I'd Mlaa, llr. IHtrnea. tliMii In t'lllier ol udvlsu you both u bit still Just tho same." tlie tlllca you would give ijie." "Don't joil feci tliii I hiii ileaervlli' A chuckle rounded nut the gentle of n little cullulilciiiiient?" Iiu nakeil, "I admonition of the Invisible Irishman. iiiii workliiK literally u well mm 11k uriitiwly In tin ilnrk. Wlm urn you' CHAPTER XV. Why were you u prUomir at (!rm'i FiiiieyT Whore nml wlmt In your tin Large Dodlec Move Slowly But Mr. tlve lunil?" Sproute Wa Smaller Than the "Mr. Itanii's, ( cannot nnswiir iinj Averaoe. olio of your niiwetloim wltliout Jeopnr There was not n sound for imtpy dlzlltK n etiuiio tluit Ik iletirer to mi seconds. She was the first to sneuk. than auytliliiK ulso In nil tlfu world, "1 n m ready to return with you, Mr. uia axirry. I pray (lod u dny luny foot O'Dowd." she wild distinctly. 'There rome wlion 1 run revenl everyllilng tn must bo no struggle, no blooibjhed. 1 you anil tn the world. mil of u Anything but Hail." Htrlcl-eO'Dnwd ssko out o( the ilarkueart: tfuntry; I tun trying- to servo the unhappy iiouat llmt Imx rnlitl It "You forget that 1 huve your own word for centurltw niut In now In tlio illroKt for II that ye'll bo u dead woman beporll. Tb WHii )tiu know n I.oeli Ih fore the day Is over. Wouldn't It ho a prlnc of llmt lioiifo. ( inny m thin butter for me to begin shooting at once to you, awl It Vlll aervo to uxplHln my and smre your soul Uie ovurluHtfng ponttlon al !roen I'miey: ho 1h not Iho torture that would begin Immojlutuly to lolovo iiwnlttiil nw after your det'istse?" prliii'o 1 VNii A little try of relief greeted this tliore. He 1h tlio couslii of tlio mini 1 tupi'VitNl to jwttV nnO lio In thojuioiuy Uiiulnt Hilly. "You have iiu word Unit of the braucli of tlio hounu that I I will return with vou uulntlv " - ld d If" i future. The nusnn for the belief, shnred by nil isirtlcs to the controversy, that "Don't Movel" Came From the Darkreservations will be adopted, Is to he found In the recent pronouncements of ness Outside. several senators who were supposed humor. It Is my way to be nlwnys poto be ffn'inihlc to the covenant ns lite, ngrecable and prompt I'll shoot It stands, (hut they cannot support It In u second If ye tnovi one step outunless certnln reservations nre Inside that mbln." cluded. Several Democratic senators "O'Dowtl. you haven't the heart to counted on from the first as suppnrteis drag her Imck to thnt benst of n " of the president's position already hnve "Hold banl ! We'll come to the point annoiinccil thnt they nre In favor of without further palavering. Where certnln milder changes which . have nre ye dragging her youraolf, yc rasbeen rccoiguicndcd by other senators who from the first have been In favor cal?" of the league hut who also from the To n place where she will he snffi " from Insult. Injury, tlegrndntlon first have declared themselves- ns bfldera. "Well. I hnve no fault to find with favorable to what they call American The endorsement of the Stanley yo for that." wild O'Dowd. "IJednd, I will be a bitter pill foi reservations. The report of the 'mnjorlty of tho didn't believe you hnd the nerve to the thinking Democrats of the slate tackle the Job. You may be Interested while a refusal to endorse will. It Is committee on foreign relations has apparent, not be tolerated for a mo- been made to tho senate; accompanyto know that up to the moment I left by the gang of political ing It I hern Is a minority report. The the house your nbsenct had not been ment at the head nf the stute mamajority leport recommends certain nntlred, my dejir Miss Cameron. And chine. as for you, my, denr Unities, your reenntlnns which some men hold to 1slt Is not even suspected. How the In my Hands nil you were nt be so radical us to necessltnto the the time recommittal of the treaty to the repdlvll did ye tlo It. Itanieet?" Oreen Fancy. I shudder now when I great powers. Tho "Are you disposed to be friendly. resentatives of think of what might hnve happened. minority report the O'Dowd?" demandisl llarnes. "If you favors the treaty ns Ilrfore you were asked to the house, I It stm tls. nro not. we may Just as well fight It wns coolly Informed thnt you would Three Factions In the Senate. out now as Inter on." much an alive If I In the committee on foreign relafight!" slie cried In not leave n It word to yousoconcerning "You are not to tions the proportion of members who great agitation. "What are you doing? breathed my unhappy plight. The first Word of treaty, and thereare opposed to Put It away! Don't shoot!" an appeal to you wouhMiave been the fore necessarily the mild reservations to' "Is It n gun he Is pulling?" Inquired signal for for your death. Thnt Is thereto, Is greater than the proportion O'Dowd calmly. "Anil what the deuce what, they held over me. When I nre you going to nlm ntmu hearty? I spoke to you on the couch thnt night, In the senate proper. This means thnt have a bull's-ey- o lantern with me. I oil, don't you see? Don't you seo the committee majority ennnot hope In the open sennte fo.- the solid majority From the Insurious sent behind this cruelly, selfishly support of Its nqiortcil reservations rock I could spot ye In n second. Hav- thnt I wantonly, ing snld ns much I now propose arbi- risked your life not my own when that It secured In tho committee. The light Is now on, and largely It tration. Would ye mind handing over There, there, now!" he cried, con- centers on the compromise which that tin box lu exchange for my polite thanks ami n courteous goodby to solingly, os she put her hands to her must be made If mild reservations are to take the place ot the drastic fnce and gave way to sobs. both of ye?" "I ones recommended "Forgive me." she murmured. by Committee "We hnve no box of nny description. Chairman Lodge wid his supporting Mr. O'Dowd," cried she triuiuphnntly. didn't mean to be so silly." "It' helps, to cry sometimes," ho said committee colleagues. There nre three "Thank heaven, he got safely uwiiy!" factions fighting nnd they are not di"Do you mean to tell me you came lamely. The first faint signs of dny. were vided according to party lines. There away without the your belongings. struggling out of the night when they are at least four senators who would Miss Cameron?" exclaimed O'Dowd. me," she replied. stole across the rond above Hart's like to see the treaty killed out of "They are not with way through Is a Democrat one of Her grasp on llarnes' arm tightened. Tavern nnd made totheir rear of the hand; the otherthem while yard the three nre Republi"Oh. Isn't it splendid? They did not the stable house. His one thought wns to get cans, although' It Is much more, than catch him. He" n probability that another DemoTavern. you both swettr on your sncred her safely Inside the "Wlll The door wns locked. Ho delivered cratic senator, who thus far has not In honor that ye haven't tho Jewels said much on the subject, also Is ii series of resounding kicks upon Its your jMissesslon?" to the league In tolo. There stout face. Revolver In hand, he faced "Unhealtatlngly," said Iturnos. nbout nnd waited for the assault of have been almost as many "I swear, Mr. O'Dowd." concerning compromises ns sure, would Then," said he. "I have no time to the men wlio. he wns of there ifro senators who are In favor I am looking for u tin como plunging around the corner waste hero. responso to the racket, of such compromises. box. I bog your pardon for disturb- the bulWIng In Today, however. It looks as If the lluj there wns no attnek. ing you." foils which flnnlTy will be At Inst there were sounds from reservnt "Oh. Mr. O'Dowd. I shull never for-- i adopted will follow tho linos to n within. A key grated In the lock nnd get nil that you lmve " open. certnln extent of those proposed by "Whist, now I There Is one thing I n bolt wns shot. The door Hew MeCuniber nnd acqulesel In, Mr. Clnrenee Ullllngford nppenred In Senator Toast, by n must Insist on your forgetting compartially dressed, his In considerable part, at pletely: nil that has hnpisMicd in the the opening, number of Republicans, and. It Is beeyes blinking last live mlnnles. What 1 am doing. lmlr sadly tumbled, his held lieved, by seyerql Dynocrnts. Mr. Hum es. yotild lie my death sen- - In the light of the luntern he Changes In Senate Personnel. aloft. tenro If It ever became known." 2'ewsjHiper correspondents nnd oth"Well, what the" Then his gaze "It shall never be known through ers whose , duties frequently take me, O'Dowd. I'd like to iluike your' nllghted on the lady. "For the love them to the capital wonder sometimes Dllllng-forbegan tho embarrassed hand, old man." if the people ronllxc the changing I any, enn't "Whut the dev of Hie personnel of the senate. "find bless you, Mr. O'Dowd." sold' vou see thnt I'm not dressed? What Tho rcnato always, has been considthe girl In a low, small voice, singular-the " ly suggeatlve of tears. "Some day 1 ered a body not so thoroughly repre"Give nie that lnntern." said llarnes, sentative of the people as tho house, may be In u position to-- " out of tho un- and yet the changes which occur in "Don't my It! You'll sMill every- nnd snntchctl the nrtlcle resisting hnnd. "Show me the way tlio niemlHTslilp of the senate uro thing If you let me think you are In room, Dllllngford. something like startling. my debt. Iftdtitl, don't be so sure I to' Miss Thackeray's No tlmo for explanations." Today there nro only eleven United shti'n't suo you uguln, nnd soon." "Well, for the love senators who were In tho uppur Stilt "Tell me how to Had Dart's Tavern,, "I will take you to Miss Tlmekeray's chamber sixteen years ago, when the old man. I'll" room," said Unrnes, lending her swiftwriter ot this Mrst came to Washing"No, I'm dashed If I do. You might ly through tho narrow imsago. "She ton as u eorreeixintlont. This menus to bo grateful to me for not stopping will make you comfortable for tho men lu the that there nre etghty-tlv- e you entirely, without asking me tol Is until I am able tn secure a upper chamber, who were not there sixthat Oootl-by- , give you a helping hand. on, Dllllngford." room for you. Come teen years ago, and. as a senator's anil (!oil bless you. I'm praying that awake. t piin Is six years the fnct Is made oven was Thackeray Miss yo get nwny safely. Miss Cameron. So Through the closed door she asked the more remarkable. To put It anlong, llarnes. If you were a crow and what onj'arth wns the matter. senaother wny: There are elghty-llvwonted to roost on that big tree In "I have u friend here a lsdy. Will tors In the upper chamber who hnve front of Hart's Tavern, I dare say you dross as qtilckly as possible nnd started their service for the country you'd take the shortest way there hy you for u llttlo since the year UKil. llylng as straight as n bullet from the I take bur lu with r The thing might be put ulso In while?" mouth of this pit, following your ux-- j way: While there are eighty-IhThere wns no Immediate response tremely uoo." senators who have heenu the r from tho Inside. Then Mlaa Tlwekeroy They did not wait for the break of observed, quite coldly : "I chamber leas than sixteen years, think I'd day. Taking O'Dowd's hint, l!nrnon like to hear tho lady's voice. If you thero have been any uuutlier of sens-tor- s directed his steps straight out from don't mind. I recognise yours perto come and to go within that pethe mouth of the quarry and pressed fectly, Mr. llarnes, but I am not In tho riod. One uut go Into the hundreds confidently onward. In iiuswk' to u huhlt of opening my " when he figures on the changes which question she Informed him that there "I guess I don't new! to dress," said have been made In the intHiilierahip were no fewer than twenty-fivmen In Miss Thnckurtiy, nnd opened her door. of the senate In the last sixteen years. (ircen nil of them shrewd, reuo-lut- e "Como In, ploaso. I don't know vvho Thl i makes things look as If the peoand formidable. you aro or wlmt you've been up to, ple Juul something directly to say about "I cannot, for the life of me, see but tlmre uro times when women who should represent thwn lu tho upwhy they took chances on Inviting mo ought to r stand together. And what's per chamber. Lodge Holds Record. to the house, Mlas Cnmtirnii." Senato more, I shn'u't ask uny questions." Henry Cabot Inlgo of Mnssnehu-soitShe was sllvqt for u moment, and She closed tho door behind the unhas tho longest continuous servwhen she spoke It wiw with gmit In- expected, guest, and llarnes gave n ice of uny senator of the United tensity. "Mr. Ikiriuw, I Iwd your life great sigh of relief. (Continued , next week) - the li'U p.nce mid tne oceans ulieu ii loinea to "we point wall pr lie lo the oltle ni acts of the iliunir.ous Augustus UMe) Stanley, during our .beiOM'd Mdiiiiui'd-iH'ure- r, i .i inn us goternor ot'.ic.iil uiin. ,i. 1, of this ureal Co. iiimnweililll," etc. '1 lie Ih iuiK rats know llmt the Sinn-l- e of carrying ndni.ii - ration, out the oi sea uniue to the .,i i.oi. e pi'ctioua nilmltliatru-lionlllin, i'l lie reckless expendlttiro ol tho people's inotie. 'I'liej alto know llmt Oovernnr Itlnck since his elc n:. on to the iMtlce lias not i tone a - in le thing lo Improve condition. I! s ili.ef regard since t lit yaiwi ntorliil duties was la get b'niM'ir in inliiuied for governor. Will the Siutile,. il'lmlnlsiriitoin be cndoraeil nt Inilavilie? ltefsii-- t lits it ilml It will be because the Hon. A. O. himself hath so dcefnrod In no uncerta'n terms. If the Stanley ndiiilnistijitii.il Is en dorsiiL the lteptibl!cnns have a ungdli load of the tlne.-- t k'nd of ninniiinltloii with which to punctiire It. IfSho Stanley ndininistratioii Is not endorsed, the I'epuhlicntis have not of nuiiiiiinltloii only the wairon-loHi- l but also the additional proof that thv Democrats are nslinined of their part.t lieptha 1 i 111 s I teon There has born n rapid scenery flu the stage from which Is presented the International drama of the League of Na- tions. It looks today ns If the covennnt 'if the league and the pact of peace are sanctioned by the senate of the United Stales, hut with reserm-lion- s of a kind which will set forth definitely tl0 understanding which the United Stales has of certnln of the document and by which lids country Intends to stand In the to-b- e ' Uolae IViixwo nf I'etinyl niiln ensmtte March 1. 181)7. Clmrles A. Culberson of Texas nnd Porter .1. MrClimher of North Diikoln. entered 'togetlicr March I. IWKi. and have William I'. Dillingham of Vermont, entered the senate October is. HKH). and I'. M. Simmons of North Carolina, entered on March 1. limi. ami i eh still nre serving. Iee S. Overman if North Carolina and Ileed Slimnt of Utah entered March 4. 1IKKI nml atltl aro In their "ents. Many Recently Died. The senate of sixteen year ago hnd tn It a good ninny of the old school men Some of them left their sotm torlnl" duties rather recently; nnd, ot these old ones who have gone from the senate, dentil has claimed ninny. Sixteen yenrs ago the stale of Mitlne. for Instance, wns represented by 1. l'rye nntl Kiigene Hale. Senator Hale dlt-- a few months ago, nml Senator l'rye only n comparatively short time ago. These men served continuously for upwards of thirty years In the upper bouse. With those, two men of .Maine Itn the old senate sixteen years ago were Senators Morgan and I'dtiis of Asi I hi inn," Morgan Is known ns the fnlber of the oceanic cnnnl project. Ho and his aged colleague literally died In the service of tered, the . Wtl-lln- d In the sennte of sixteen yenrs ago, but two men more dissimilar In type nnd temperament cannot well be concelvisl. One of them was Thomns IMatt of New York, and the other Orvllle I'latt nf Cmnertlctit. They have both gone to the beyond. The qnetlon Is frequently nsked In Washington If the quality. If one may so put it. of the senators bits Improved or deteriorated since they hnve been electetl by direct vote. This Is a question which one who writes In a general wny would prefer not to try to nnswer. nnd he certainly would refrain from tiny attempt to nnswer It In n speclllc wny. w'th 'initios nnd comparisons. Preparing to Fight "Flu." Congress has been nsked to appropriate u considerable stun of money to enable tho health services of the government lo combat the Influenza, grip, Spanish llu, or whatever the proper name Is for the "demon who their country. There were two I'lntts I" decimated" last year. The government health authorities seem to believe that this fall the In lluoimi threatens to return. Congress, It Is believed, will grant the fund necessnry to prevent the return of the tin. If It can be prevented, and to cons'int It If It enters the Held as n fighter against human life as It did It Is recognized In congress that this Is of vital Importance and, tberof" re, necessnrlly of vital Interest to the people of the United Stales. Tho hope of the medical authorities here Is that the nwful scenes of n year ago may not be repented. Of course the country has not anything like ns many soldiers In ciiiap this year us It hnd Inst year, but, dread fill as the disease was In the military camps of this country ami In France, It was no more dreadful than -M In Hie homos of the cIvMlnns. m'ntter of This Is n counTry-whlconcern and the government ofllcials know It. Recently certain Instructions have been Issued In ft general wny by the health olliclnls concerning precautions which should bo tnjken jniJvldunls. "Keep wnriil57 may be aTvcn n's tlio summary of tirst Jdvjce. there are mcdld men who. In" view of the fact thai the young pTrtTciifariy' were attacked Inst year, are bold enough to say that If young girls would wear more clothes than they do they might escape the "cold consequences." Fresh Air a Good Medicine. All the doctors of all tho schools, so fnr ns Washington Is concerned nt any rate, seem to recognize the fact thnt fresh nlr Is mighty good medicine, and, . at times, a mighty good substitute for medicine, If one may put It that wny. The writer of this wns In Franco last year nt the time of the height of the llu epidemic. The records show that the soldiers who were living In the open were not nlllictcd with the intluenxa In us great numbers proportionately us were the soldiers wlm sere living lu close quarters. It did not follow, however, that those who did contract the disease at the front weiv any more likely to recover than iliiiae who did so while stationed In the sections of the country hack of the advanced zone. When the tluul records nro prepared It prolwbly will he shown that the men leading the open-ai- r life with nil Its hardships, even to tho'oxtont of being frequently soaked by cold rains, suectuuhed to the disease In smaller uumltera than the men who wero carts fully hoiiaed. It Is probable tlmt out of the three or four millions of men In the nrtny, a greater number had the Hu than out of nu ispml number of civilians, but It must be remembered that virtually all the men In the nriH' wero young, null Himmg four million civilians taken ImpIttMPl thero nre young. mkUlle-gm-J nml old. Youth wns Hi shining mark for the InllueHWi. It was no of nationalities or of races. last year. matter literally sugges-gestlon- e of" tin-ttt- 1 of" e ju-othe- o good-lookin- up-tie- I e t I'nce F nr. Berea College Hospital Brtt EqMlpmcnt am! See our line of Coats Oi.rt.r No, H14 Ur,rr Dlitrict No. t Sfnice at Sun-Parlo- Lowest Cot. Wards for Mtn and for Women. Private Roorm, llathf, Klrctrlc berrlee. Surgery, Care in Child birth, Eye, Noee and Ear GENERAL Crne in and and Suits before you buy. a. Berea National Bank Report of the condition of the Berea National Dank at Hcrea in the state of Kentucky, at the close of business on September 12, 1919: RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $314,304.59 Overdrafts, unsecured 557.4 U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation J 5, 000. Co 1 S. bonds, owned and unpledged 7j.050.co 'Stock ol Federal Reserve Hank (50 per cent of subscription),.. 1,95a 00 Value of banking house 500.00 ' Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Dank 19,600.00 Cash in ault and net amounts due from national banks 19,854.68 Checks on other banks in the same city as reporting bank . . . . . total $450,781.85 1 PRACTICE l which lit an ettablMiment, the people.a friend and In reach of alt M In need, Jeffras Garmeats a Kohkht II. Cowif.y, Harlan Dudlcy, M.I)., I'hrlcli,n R.N., Superintendent Mrv Ansa I'owrll Hackrtt, Mm. iUlbx Stkars Sharpie, R.N., AUiant P., IMirrlclan Built on nnnlitv UtlU CHANGE IN RATES Heplnnlnp March l, the rate for board and room of private patient will be Its to fi8 per week. The rates for patients eared for In the wards will remain the same It per day. Ily Order of Prudential Committee, Herea CollcRe workmanship. They are Made to Fit M5'7 LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF LIABILITIES See our new display of FROM A Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits, less current expenses, int., and taxes paid Circulating notes outstanding Individual deposits subject to check Other time deposits ; $25,660.00 4 O.ooa 00 1,518,40 BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES "Fitrite" Petticoats We have a complete line of fall dresses in all the new materials. 25,000.00 ' 93 4 5 1 day for Richmond to see her father Scientific horse shoeing, flno fron who is ill. Miss Frances Gotl has returned work and repairs of all descriptions at the College Blacksmith Shop, home, after a two weeks' visit in Main Street, north of The Citizen Gary, Indiana, where she has been ad. visiting AVilliam Wilson's family. Ofllce. She reports a very pleasant and Intending visit in Chicago and EUGENE MOYNAHAN the Steel City. Attorney-at-Law Best BJacksmithing .Mrs. B. H. Gabbarti left Wednes- Total 173,121.94 .$456,781. 85 ii Sweaters, Skirts, Middy Suits, etc., latest things in blouses for fall and winter. Call and see us. Stale of Kentucky. County of Madison, tsi above-name- d bank, do solemnly swear tnat the above statemtnt is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. J. L. Gay, Cashier I, J. I- - Gay, Cashier of the on Jackson Street, last Thursday afternoon. .Much enthusiasm waa Logsdon, Dentists shown by a large attendance. A Office Hours from 8 to 5. Berea, Ky. very interesting and Instructive Telephone No. 3. talk was given by Professor Shult, on Prohibition. This was followed .N. TIME TABLE L. 4 the topic by Ihe regular roll-caNorthbound being "Temperance." At the busi3:38 a. m. No. 3i Train ness session the report of the Fall D. m. Train No. 38.-1- 2:50 Festival Committee demonstrated 5:3S p. m. No. 32 Train that much interest had been shown Southbuond in the raising of the funds which are Train No. 31 12:40 a. m. to be used in beautifying the Berea p. m. Train No. 3312:25 Cemetery, and a good amount is 1:10 p. m. Train No. 37 expected for this work. Tho Progress Club, as its name The interest in tho revival meetmembership im ing at the Baptist Church continues anil ability of its ply, has done much in making 1111 the to grow, and the crowds a better place in which to house. Tlii- - Jivanprlist, Rev. J. B. Berea energetic anil force- live, and expects to continue the DsGarino, is an as ful speaker, and Ihe logic of hi beneficial work in tho future arguments are making themselves it has done in the past. A very enjoyable social hour folfelt as ho preaches Ihe plain and lowed the program. Dainty resimple Gospel. freshments of frozen custard and Hon. Kdwin 1. Morrow, Republicake was served by tho hostess. can candidate for Governor, Club Reporter Thurson Ballard, Republican canand didate for Lieutenant-Governo- r, Hon. Brutus J. Clay will address Millinery the voters of llerea on Monday, September 20th, at 1:00 p.m. Ladies are especially invited. News William II. Brooks, of Lexington, has recently purchased the Balton lllacksniith Simp near the Depot. Mr. Brooks is a Christian gentleThis week I am showing man a well as a killed blacksmith. some wonderfully beauHe will lake over the shop, Octotiful Pattern Hats from ber 10, and welcome the trado of David Baird's, Louisand vicinity. Berea ville, at prices that will Dr. LoVant Dodge, Professor Emplease you. Don't miss eritus of Greek and Political Science of Berea College, has returned this week's display. Also from an extended visit in Ohio, durI am making a ing the summer. On his way home ho attended the G. A. R. Encampment at Columbus. Dr Dodgo is very lyoininenl in (. A. R. artlvi-tiohaving held very high oflieial on Sailors, Pressed Beavpositions in Ihe organization. It ers, all shapes, Velvets, will ho of interest lo those who large or small. have come to Berea for tho first timo lo know that Professor Dodge has bmi in Heron longer than any other worker. Any Sailor at $3.50 to $4.00 Mrs. J. 0. Sorivnor, of Irvine, Ky, while they last was in town for a few days at tho first of tho week, visiting in the homo of hor daughter, Mrs. Ernost Bondor. We Sell Hats and Sell Them Right Mrs. M. II. Clagott arrived last week from South Dakota for an visit with her daughter, Mrs. R. F. Spence. Baker & ll, THE PROGRESS CLUB As scheduled by the new program Collections, Rentals, and Real Estate. for the year, the second meetOfllce at present with Stephen D. ing of tho Progress Club was held 121 Parrish. at the home of Mrs. E. L. Roberts, Box 230 Richmond, Ky. MRS. EVA WALDEN COLLEGE ITEMS Mrs. T. A. Edwards was called lo PUBLIC E. SCHOOL Diznejr, NOTES Subscribed and sworn to before me this iSth day of September, 19191. Eva Walden, Notary Publics My commission expires August 3, 1921. Correct-Atte- st: J.J. Hranaman, J. C. Coyle. W. F. Kidd, Directors. Laura Jones' -- s, SPECIAL Columbus, Ohio, Saturday, by Urn serious illness of her son, Junior, who is allpnilniK Miss Ilusiness College at that place. Paul Edwards ;il so, is taking a business courso in Illiss College. Dr. Henry 11. Lichlwardt, a former and later Assistant Physician in Berea College, ,is now secretory of tho Young Men's Christian Association in Hio do Janeiro. met The College Sunday-scholast Sunday morning for tho opening se.sion of the new year. The largest number that ever mot at the llrsl Sunday of (he Fall Term was present. It was a problem to seal the students, as Hiero arc more students than seals in the Chapel. Prof. John F. Smith, tho superinpresided. Addresses of tendent, welcome were made by Itaymond and Mr. Taylor. The hearty welcome extended by tjics'j men thrilled overy one present and all wero glad (hat they had come to Bere. The clnses retired lo their rooms and the attendance curds were marked. A few minutes only wero left for tho students and their leacheivs to become acquainted. The outlook for I lie Golletre Sunday-scho- ol this year is exceedingly bright. Mr. Hnrgass and daughter had n delightful visit from Mr. Burgess' son. Charles Vernon, of Swamp-scol- t, Mass. Mr. Hugos is an architect of Lynn, M.nsachusolls, and has had some very pleasant comments to make of tho friends ho met, and also of tho splendid institution, "Berea College.". He left his son, Allen, ;hero and he entered College, and may bo counted one of tho boys to carry away somo of the pood things that aro dealt out here. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Anderson, both former students and gradual1! of Heron, are spending' sovoral days ' nt tho Tavorn Nunc Howies, a former crndualo of Keren and nlo of Kentucky Stntn I'niveisily, where ho received his A.H. degree with the Class of MO. slopped o(T in town for a short timo, last week, on his way to Yale, whuru he expect to finish a course in law. ol Vice-Preside- nt r. Principal Shortage furnished both drinking water and water for toilet purposes. Evangelist DeGarmo of tho Bap list Church conducted chapel services Friday morning. Mr. Elsey taught the children two new songs. Mrs. Simon Muncy and Miss Lou Elliott motored to Iliohmond Saturday afternoon. Some four teacher's plan visits to Knapp Hall for observation work. Others will visit Eastern Kentucky Normal. An artist of hope and promise has been discovered in tho person of Ml Viola Deltoid. We hope lo extend accomplishment beyond the second and third grades soon. Wo wish soon to announce a Saturday afternoon for the public lo como to tho public school grounds and enjoy the splendid playground equipment and open house of the public school. The "school lunch" now furnishes a ran to any patron or friond of tho entorprise to fill with tomatoes, corn, henns. or any oilier eatable they chme lo give the lunch. Cull for can at school. fiusta Hamilton exhibited Ihe wonderful freaks. of the gyrowope. Wednesday morning, to Ihe upper grades. Shortage of textbooks, rumors of contagious diseases, etc, do not justify absence from school. There is a penalty for Mrs. Hopkins, of Lee County, Mrs. Gonlner, of Morgan Oninly. and of Letohor County, Mis. have recently moved to llerea Willi their families of children mid placed them in tho public school. Mis Itila Kennedy, of Ilussell-villIndiana, is a gucl of Miss Bowlos and a visitor at school tins week. Miss I'.niflisli led in ,n beautiful sorvloo at clmpol, Ttiosdny e, scrim of water no longer so serious since the College New Repair Shop We have the most modern machinery, and are prepared to do your shoe method. repairing promptly by the most Bring Ui Your Old Shoes and Have Them Made New at REASONABLE Located in the Cornelius PRICES Building on Short Street, Herra, Kentucky THE RAPID SHOE REPAIRING SHOP F. E. Riddle, Manager For Sale Saturday, Sept. 27, 1919 2:30 P. M. AT AUCTION house located on Center Street near College Lou Cabin, surrounded by Herea College Campus. House is painted brown and fronts on Center Street. Good location for jjnrage, hotel, or other business. A ood chance for investment or Five-roohome-seekers. For other information write S. B. COMBS Ash. Ave., Lexington, Ky., or D. G. BALES, Berea, Kentucky ROOSEVELT Was He Afraid of Being Assassinated? wMi'l i4nlti4 mi sb! H. IU4Uf him tWii 4 UofcUf M RUB IT ON U l a fcTf Trl--mm wfcj !! f4 IU SWRM New Coal Dealer ft tlMil taa IUIt' tftean American China. brevvors out of !' ! 0 I U MIIIMU U J ", mtdk . tr m U Mb hit trrpm Um Mrs. Laura Jones WEDDING Wo BELLS For Sale: 0. I C. Pigs; registered slock, in lino condition, wonncd. JAMES WATT IIAINK NOTICE To the Taxpayers You TW r Scribner's Magazine If tv1f Is m ft tlt' U lMUt ww rl Haunt; t'"ight out Uie Quality Clothes Shoes and are pleased to report tho Aiiuo, marriage of Madeuwiiselle Marie Vizner of C8 Court Faurlal, St. Etionne, Lorie, France, and Til-fo- rd J. Wagers, a former mombor of the American Expeditionary Force, now a student at llerea College. ini hmm r4V Mt Hi;, ti ff MftJf MHlfctfK full IMfl1l, Ua(Wv. tl- owned by .Mr. Htiilua Wilson, I am prepared In Hire all Inn euxto-iiu'i- m mid nil now mtfti, nt the itniiie IimtiUoii oh Depot Street. Wo will huine.s formerly lo J. Hats TratCfotAes v J. M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut Street Berea, Kentucky Tho coromony was performed September go at Ihe home of 0. A Smith, Itichmouil. Kv. a friend of Mr. Wagers, the Ilev. I. Olin Creen. Bap-- ! list pastor, of Richmond, olllciating. Mr. and Mrs. Wagers will mako their borne at Berea Until Mr. Wngors has finished his studies nt Boroa College. Madam Viziier, who accompanied her daughter to tho states, will mako Imr homo with Mr. mid Mrs. Wagors for somo months before returning lo France. Tljo romance bogun in August, HUB, when the young couple mot, Mr. Wagors being wounded and in a hospital at Lyons, 1'rance, and Madomolsollo Vizncr coining with a group of ladlos from hor town to visit tho wounded American at Arnett Pons Store in Berea mid give in your tax list on or before Octobor 81. BEN II. POWELL Tax Commissioner Madison Co. - sew B. Arnell. are requested and directed me at my olllco or my deputv, deier FOR SUMMER COLDS r, ele. Iniert CaUnh, Ailhmi, in the noitrili a unall quantity of Hiy-Ftre- promptly to nil purls of Ihe city. Give us a call or phone No. 01. nd.-1- 8. HOMES IN AND AROUND BEREA FOR SALE Not as ninny as thoro wore, and higher than they used to be but ptill cheap. Wo havo some real bargains in houses and lota in town, and somo farms (hat will mako monoy for tho man who buys them if ho is not afraid of work. Come on: gel in tho game. He mombor that a wlso investment will make you moro monoy than hours of toll. Thosewho havo properly, for sale at reasonable prices wilL do voll lo list It wllh us. Iluspcolfully. IHAN fi HKIINDONI Will not itain the Clnthct. At all druc 30c, COc and $1.20 or mailed direct. N. Wnnloro, N. C BrjtME DRUG COMPANY, mm i.i.i.i,.;i.Vr dr.P. In x-.- J. S. Gott Berea Kentucky itorci F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR Uourbon Poultry Remedy U. drlullnit waUr earn ClAfJlvC a anil ircvxua wi.tio diarrhoea, tholra ancl olhvr ckkk dUcawa. On IJC. Luttla makn II ualloni of niadlclna. I'int bottl. P!rw I lrita fl SO. luakca 31 aalloni. At druirirWta, or tent ly trail poatpaM. Ilourbon llimldf Oo., Lailn(ton, Ky, Drag Co MAIN ST. bj Porter-Moor- e A TTPFC First Class Repairing ' AND inp rtf .lowolrv BEREA, KY., t a 1 n Sfplfifilirr 'iXt, I1M9 THE CITIZEN OTHER POINTS OF VIEW Pago Five. BOONE TAVERN "The moil homt.tikt and attractive hotel In Kentucl(y." President Butler Says: "Save" Bcrea College Management. First Class, Modernte Rates. For Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists On the 'Dixie Highway There Is much of wisdom in the statement given out at Santa Barbara, Calif., by President Nlcholns Murray lluller of Columbia University on the present economic problems of this nation. In rigid price llxing lie sees no real remedy for Hie high cost of living. He finds .currency lunation an evil, nui .thinks any sudden attempt to cor-re- rt It might bring new evils in its train. He perceives in shorter hours and war letnoralialion the reasons for lesser production. Nevertheless he would not attack the eight-holay for most occupations, but would emphasize the necessity of balancing Its effects with tlioe of improved machinery in manufacture and of more intensive methods in agriur Correct Styles of Ladies' Garments The Citizen A family Newspaper for all ill need of help Is llio object of that U right Cardinal Gibbons. true, and interesting friil. House, General Pershing, men rnblUhwl rrif Thumtar at llwa, Kjr. mill women from nil department of BEREA PUBLISHING CO. pulilir life, eommerctt and society, (Incorpor altd) have joined in an unanimous apWM. C. FROST, proval of Hie Salvation Army nnil Subscription Rates lis activities. Wherever there is culture. 1'AYAIII.K IN ADVANCE work to In; done the Salvationist One duly is emphasized, the dut.v One Yrar , , fi.to Hii Month hi loot It in a way to merit approval. of national, slate, municipal and in Three Months dividual economy. Eighteen of our Send money by or Eiprrss Money Which One? Order, Draft. ItrgUUfrd Letter, or one ami two stales are spending more money rent sumps, At one of the famous Lambs' Club than they take in from taxation. Tbe date after your name on label shows to what date your subcrtillon Is paid. If It Is not flambols a few years back, a young Cities are proverbially wasteful. chanced within three weeks after renewal notify and aspiring actor appeared on the us. In live years the interest on the program in an imitation of Nat world's national debt has sprung ifs.S pumben "ill I I'adlr wirM If are notified, floodwin. Uberal terms given to any who i.luln ner from 5,60rt,0W,OOO, to . 0,000,000,-00fur us. Any one sending us four yearly Uoodwjj, subscriptions can receive The Clllien free for Was present at The economic inlluonce or one year. Hie performance. After the gambol these conditions on prices cannot Adrertlslni rates on application. was over the young actor, much to be misunderstood. Profiteering, in his delight, succeeded in getting Dr. Butler's opinion, may wisely be ALL CLASSES PRAISE SALVAhimself introduced to Nat. made criminal, but Ihat will not TIONIST'S WORK "Were you present at the perfor- make the dollnr worth what it was Tlio Salvation Army is making mance tonight, Mr. Goodwin?" he before, the war. a Dual inti'titive effort in its Home asked. We must work, producing all wo Service Fund (lnmaign in Koutue- -; "Yes," was the answer. "I was can produce of the things men need. ky. Last May when llio National We must save as individuals, save Campaign wat scheduled, it was here." "And did you see my imitation of as families, to the point of genuine imiii.Mihle to do the organization you, Mr. Goodwin?" continued the self denial. In this way, and in this work ni'co.-warin many countries, young man. way only, can America and tbe So these wore necessarily deferred "Yes, I saw it," came the reply. world meet intelligently existing until a moro propitious time, which "And," persisted the aspiring and einminenl conditions. Brooklyn has now arrived. I not ask you to give Eagle. "I am very much interested to youth, "may hour of the campaign the Salvation me your verdict on the excellence Army has undertaken for money and lldelily of my art as disclosed in to sustain its war activities, and the impersonation of yourself?" The old lady from the country and "Well," said Mr. Goodwin, "one want to lake Hie opportunity to exher small son wero driving to town press my admiration for the work of us is rotten." when n huge automobile bore down that it has done and my sincere upon them. The horse was badly The new summer boarder gazed frightened hope that it may lie fully susand began to prance, over tho picturesque New Hampshire whereupon tained." the old lady leaped landscape then slowly fading out of The above from Woodrow Wilson, down and waved wildly to the president of t ho United States, is sight, and noted the absence of chauffeur, screaming at the lop of typical of the attitude of the houses. her voice: "It's beautiful! Grand!" said he The chauffeur stopped the car hHidofs of the world toward the Salto the boss farmer, who was standvation Army. Regardless of creed, and offered to help get the horse politics, or nice, the great citizens ing close by. "Hut aren't you lone,1,,. ,. so far from tho village and of this country have unhesitatingly some " nil nilil " cnul Mm linv "., endorsed the. present campaign of no neighbors?" who remained composedly in th. "Lonesome?" echoed the fanner, the Salvation Army. horse. carriage, "I can in genuine astonishment. "Why, on You just lead mother past.' "I am the more happy ! commend this organization because it is a clear day we can see Mount Our Animals. free from sectarian bias. Tho man Washington!'' Everybody's. Editor-ln-Chl- their effort with never n question of his creed or color," writes Jnnies ,......,,&! I'mt-ofT- 1 0. ,msf B. E. Belue Outside of That "Do you know anything about that young fellow, Jim Watson?" Harold: "Why, he's my cousin." Mabel: "I knew that, but is he all right otherwise?" Mabel: & Company DR. POWER'S (Continued Richmond, Kentucky Republican ticket, and hero aro eleven dollars for you." "All right, boss," said Sam with a grin, taking the money. "Wo'H all be on ban, sub." Then tho Democratic heeler found Sam and said: "Sam, you and your boys all vote the Democratic ticket, and hero are seven dollars for, you. But, mind you, you be on hand." "Yass, sub," said Sam as 50c An Hour Traveler: "How much is my he pocketed tho boodle, "we'll vote all right, cunnel." After tho election, bill?" being asked how ho had voted, he Clerk: "What room?" Traveler: "I slept on the billard- - said lie bad voted the Democratic ticket. "But," said the other, "didn't table." the Republicans give ycu eleven Clerk. "Fifty cents an hourl" dollars to vole their way, while tho Democrats gave you only seven? After a closely contested You ought to have voted for Uio a darky told how a Republican party tnal gave you me mosi worker had como to him and said money. "No, sah," said Sam. "You !"S'co here, Sain, you got four sons see, do Publicans offer do mos' . . In mnv nnnmininP that rnn 'te nml vniln vnin Will ... . ADDRESS from Pans Ona) perplexing of all is tho bitter antagonism! between tho new nation just named and Italy, in their respective claims upon tho east coast Further of the Adriatic Sea. lectures of the course will be noticed next week. LoVant PAY OF Dodgo PROFESSORS RAISED University of Chicago Gives $95,000 to Affect 200 Educators of Institution. Chicago. Sept 10. Salaries of pro--, a nt the University nf rhino hnve bccn rised. Wallnce Heckman business manager or tno university,' announced that $95,000 has been ap- nronrlated to cover raises In salary) affecting between 200 and 300 memJ bers of the faculty for the ensuing-schoo- l 1 - e Ulc I year. gS3aCCnCOS3233S2EX3EX3KZiGfi33 United States Tires are isoou nres 01 . MBBr Public Sale 150.29 Acres of Fine Land Farm, Stock and Crops Your Money'? Worth You want tires that give you the most for your money, measured in mileage. How aro you to know ? Since we are in the business and you knozo us why not take our word for it? We say to you there are no hotter tires builttlian United StatesTires. They have proved good by performance. Tuesday, September 30, 1919 10 A. M. will offer for sale publicly my farm containing 150.20 acres known as the Joe Bales place situated in Madison county, one mile to Dixie Highway on the Kingston and Crooksville pike, eight miles fronrRichmond and seven miles from Berea,' and adjoining the land of, Mrs. Dr. Bales and Ike Dean, one mile from Kingston High School and churches. This farm has on it a dwelling, good stock barn, tobacco barn and outbuildings, and is very fertile land. On the farm are 25 acres in bluegrass, 20 acres in clover, 50 acres in corn and tobacco, and 55 acres in stubble. Has three ponds and one never failing spring. Privilege for seeding Possession will be given Jan.- 1, 1920. The following will be given immediately. stock and crops and implements will be sold : 1 - They arc tough, hardy, economical, efficient. They stand up, and wear, and live, and satisfy. There arc five of these good tire-Lus show you the one that will cxvt actly fill the bill" for you. et ' 'KuyalCorW 'Xobby' 'Chain' Vsear Tlabi' horse mules mules mare mule horse mule 25 acres of corn in field 200 bales of clover hay 1500 bundles of oats mowing machine 1 1 pair pair ld 1 five-year-o- 1 four-year-o- ld wagon hay rake 3 steel beam turning plows 2 double shovel plows single shovel plow 1 disc harrow corn planter j 1 1 1 1 This farm and articles will be sold without any preference to any bidders. Anyone desiring to inspect this farm may do so by seeing Mr. Everett Applegate on the farm or call me at six ring six Kirksville. Terms made known day of sale. F. N. Cornelison Boone Tavern Garage Berea, Kentucky Col, Jas. Pearson, Auctioneer 8BBMasjaBaVttaia 1 I'nge Six TH! f'.ITIZF.N S. plelnber :.,, 1010 MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Driector of Home Science SCHOOL LUNCHES egg, a templing snlnil. Vegelnblo (Irahain bread with cream naiad are nlrent pnrkml in a large cheese Four Irrge "luireil ilalea. lotmilo ,liell. Tho anlads In which baking powder biscitlla fnulx 11llml a with honey. Two snow apples. ptm le m nn orange tinn 3. While bread with cold lamb. ho. Cut the top i.r the fruit V .Two nalmenl roitkiw. off o that it will form a ' I. Kmhl stimll rrlap ernrkers cover about an inch ami half in Willi pennnl luilter. Four alufTed diameter, roop out the innle of prunes 'the fruit ami. when the shell ban v 5. Orntinm brend and lelluce been parked, replare the rover and 'sarolwlch. Twelve snftwl almoiMU. pour a ittle melled paralmi around 6. While bread with roast bcf. the seam or fnatep the rover on One orange. with a couple of toothpick. Apples 7. Ilye Hour mufflm. Ameriean'or arnpe fruit can be ued in Ihe ame way. I'ih ahid an- - bel dairy cheese. While frnpen. R Itostmi brown bread with packed in lemon hcll. (Ireen foixl la reipured the year hoileil br.libut and French ilreiug. Two uigur rookie. around a fact Hint all loo many u. While bread Willi rliopped mothern neem lo forgel. I.elluce. egg-i- . Two big Una. parsley, lomatoe. celery, cumiih- 10. (Iraham bread with cold lier, rnv. cabbage and rndishe all chicken. One bnnaim. furnish in Inner quantities ihe.calM II. WliiU bread with rtirmnl retpured for the human body. Tim jelly. Twelve English walnut menu, lark of these is more apt lo be the elison for rhihl's having poor teeth I;'. Orahain biscuits w ith bits of j steak.. One one-ha- lf than is a supei llunm nniouni of cold. randies, phe llbrous vegetables are inch cube maple suanr. 13. While bread with tpiinre especially neeileil in the winter One muse they stlruulale Ihe digestive marmalade. Fifteen orange. Kyslem which at this season is apt 1. Boston brown, bread wilh pi to iH'come mule sluggish from hnv- dates, stoned nig lo dispose of an unuatial amount mienlo clieee. of heavy foods. ami rolled in siignr. 15. Biscuit In Place of the I'lckle wilh fmnlinoft nnd In Ihe early fnll. w bile the weath- lelluce. One frosted rup rake. 10. White bread wilh chopped eris still warm. Ihe craving for nuts. One cruller. tarlne can be antislled by Ihe ue 17. Sandwich made wilh one of vineanr and lemon Juice and slice Graham and erne slire while such wiisntimg. Deviled eav, tart blnrkbVrry salads and sour sandw iches such bread, spread with jelly. One apple. a those made wilh umyoiumie IH. Otrnbrend with shredded her- with yardine. euruinlM-rs- . chopped raw cabbage, nasliirtium ring Two molasseji cookiei. 19. While bread with rri-- n bn- - leaves and the like nil lieln to make con. One celery henrU Tavo chocthe absence of the pickle unnoticed. olate mnrslimnllows. " Whero the Weather Comes In jil Boston brown broad wilh To a fH'Bl extent the weather is shaved maple stignr. One small a hoimI kuu1 fin- - one who packs a pop-cor- n ball. One tangerine. lunch box. On cold day more fiignr mul fsl are deniaiidisl bv Rolled Sandwiohcs To make Ihe iikU attractive the bm itiai, 11 hot mu , tie. nwe rolled samlwiehi one iiihnIs bread an mbtilional amount of hea n.ut less than six hours old. 'Flits is not e Derated in order to kee,i 1! as good for children as that which warm. For Uns reason hot milk or- c m is belter than lemonade or has been baked at least twenty-fohours before culling, but the rolled grape juice fo- - winter drink, ami sandwirhea ran be made of the it is onl) b Nature's dictation H at older bread if it is sulllcienll) we crave them in that sea .on ut elnstir. and they help to afford the inference to the olliet lupnih l"r variety that is of such importance the ame reus. in a cake of milk to those who have lo eat awny from chocolate aneig the sweet, or i home. A waferlike slice of bread lavge lump of maple far with a thin coating of Jam better than pie ami more appreci- and sprinkled liberally with nut nled by active children, who must meats, then rolled tightly ami on- - be out of door In winter almost raa in a bit of pnrnllln paper with as much as in summer. the ends of the paeknee Ivvisletl When plums, pears, pearlies, ap- tightly, ladles lota Iteller than a pies, grape fruit, oranges or buna- plain square or even a round sand- - nas cannot be secured, try th wich. Another gotnl way to make dried fruits, such as Hps, da'e. and the roll ti I dainty is to spread the raisins. These may be given plain thin bread w ith butter, then sprinkle or baked in bread. Nulsind dale., il liberally with salt ami ndl up in white bread or Boston brown with the lender rrigp heart of a bread add a delirious flavor and af- slalk of celery in the center. ford a variety thai is always templ ing. Biscuit Sandwiches A favorite O110 Cause of Stupidity sandwich with I lief hearty boy is made from a Imking .Mothers should rememlM-- r thai powder biscuit. Cut Ibis into three foists dial lend to cans.. ciKish(a-lio- n layers and spread with lining made should be given wit Ii as follows: Hun lean cooked bam ones that do not digest so through tho food ehopper until you Constipation has more to do with have of a cupful, sliipidm-sin the schonl-i'inMian then put fat through until the eup most parents realize, and n lit 11 is full. Add one pimento chopped care on the part of those who put line, half n teaspnonful of prepared up the school lunches would do mtulard, one lenspooiiful of prepared away with it altogether. horseradish, and mix thoroughly. If II chllil whose teeth are in good J'llt the I luce slices together and condition, eats wejl. sleeps well, gels' wrap each biscuit in parallln paper. plenty of exercise and still has bad brent Ii or' a cisiletl tongue, a Packing the Salad After the sandwichos have been change should be made in bis food. removed from the box, the children Frequently such a small mailer us look for what they rail their prin- a hlli- evlra fruit or tl' uis food, cipal dish. Tins may be baked or a slice of whole wheal bread, beans or, with such hearty sand- will work belter than a cathartic iji wiches at those made from meal or the fi'llll of tnedlrllie. TWENTY I. 1j 1 11 ' 1 I Ililn-slici'iV. 1 elect Will i Otflt. Mai gathered, f tie ear should never be SCFD CORN ymi reild of how lo left in sacks or pile, oven over vwli corn. Till week you nitlit. ns Hip corn will heal an ad. How to Care (or Seed spoil vorv quickly. not be caught without plenty farmers of Southern Mfldi- - of good seed corn next spring. PEOPLE lo Berea's Vocational Schools on I In it. ,.lioti- in1 f w -- (lather enough for planting ami re two yrnrs. jow w,m their SWl corn nwwning planting i Inat wrck, nwi for a 'i according to the gather seed. j.imiii on Caring for ciT.-ml ir neighbor who may rnrgei CARE trill folio- nn SmA Corn power, combined with Training that adds lo your money-earnin- g general education. TOR Y0UN0 MENAgrlrulture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing. Commerco nnd Telegraphy. FOR Y0UN0 LADIES Homo Science, Dro3smakng, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. HUV WITH price. Of course Iheie are various other way . of Do You Know Him? sloi me eed thai will iovide ideal Iteuben Ijimbert. a .Junior Agri di v ng condition, such as shelves. di vuig-racand posts studded with rullural Club boy, living near Ilerea, ii.ul. upon which Ihe ears are "'is returnett irom Mate pair with v line lluve lie enlered a si uck. The main nrofolem is to Honors. have plentv of space between the! judging contest 0r hogs nnd cattle with tvenly-llv- e other club boys oniv V room or crib can bo made who were from all sections of the Hfunen en mo oiy. of the con mouse-proby lining with wire t5ln, . lotii. and wilng llrsl prize- -a S25.00 vvhon such a room i .id.idr vnrinns li.nidi- - device enu silver Clip. (,Mi?nses were all paid, and he ued for storiwr sord Hint can- -' aim back home with Iho llrst not be used under ordinary farm i I",zt worm, s.'o.w, in attdiuon to all conditions. and valuable experience grower cvpt'iu-e- s The commercial seed-cor- n rained while there. Opportunities will need a special seed house, ral come to Junior Agricultural Club pmof and mouse-pronnd, if capable of being Valed. Usu- -' Members. ll uch houses are provided with' tin of shelves on which the oars MAKING WAR ON GRAPE PESTS are laid. In Kentucky the use o artificial Moit D'structiv: Insect Is Cureubfi, liea: i not necessary, evecpt. per-- ! Which" Feeds on Foliage From Imp, m sued houses where largo' Spring to Fall. nveunis of seed are stored. Kven' tjy xin .cei houses a high temperature (Prpartl ment the Unlio.1 State Departof Agriculture.) is not desirable. In many In it usually takes about two month part of the localitiesSlatesthe enxtern United the grape to ten weeks for corn lo become curculio. which feeds upon the leaves lHe dry even under the most ideal from spring to from. Is the mosl de ooadjiions. When thoroughly dry structive IiiRect attacking thU fruit the car can of course bo nut into It "y he practically unknown in districts barreN, boxes or any convenient MMne I'lt''s- - but In near-blimy apiiear In Mich dcntrtictlve iiiiin iirf.li hern hk to OiKtroy each year from '.V r Always Jiang or slore corn as soon tu 100 per cent of fruit on all grape , ... 1... .,..1.1 : Ml, "5 " f ia ' nrtnu vlnM tllat ,,,, ,,. rpc,.Vp pn,t,.C0n. " damaged by lyitn; around for some, A0,j,er insect pent that Is a corn, nee to tunny grape owners In Ihe In case or contains much moisture when cm part of Hie country Is the'root- borer, vvtilcli Imrro-vinto the roots and ciium's injury Kiniiliir to .evere root 4tl a reasonable ks of of pos-Sily men-t.Hilleld-seicct- ed enst-whic- h gobd eonditions for drying is con- - manufacturers or Ihe various brnmly reduces their expenses. young man or Ti.ung woman can cet an education Any tinned The ems ran be strung on rcmslered have been analyzed, a hintl. v twine, or hawsers can be well as sanfples roller led by in at Berea if there is the w'ill to do so. pjdil" "f wire fence. If desired, a speelnrs from fertilizers found on PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent .good type of hanger can be bought sale in the Stale and those sent in by the. term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: by farmers. able-bodied oil s.iiniii rars ran h ik . . . . . . . tuis fmio. one lia i.. i. i i ui ii. wiusu vviiu aio not expecting lo icacu ami vvuo are not going Hi,' ii.p of plant "'t fcliowleiiir" thru Collego and desire more general education. also gives It Whirl) Hiej w. ri- produced The the best general education for thoso who wish a good start In bffl. enrs ,ui ii.. oniliereil while study and expect to carry it on by themselves. buskin- - ami dimwit aside, "i1 the .wii.,.. mo l.,. made while i.a.iina aii. unl.'i.lmir Ihe corn The Tins gives excellent training those who expect lo tench. Tlu Ural method "tiers the hel chance courses are s.i arranged that v nmg people can teacjt through the .Lexington. ears, of aetlmc Ihe summer and fall nnd attend school through the winter and spring, 'I'he following extract from Ihe Carlnn for tlio Seed thus earning money to keep right on m their courses of study. Tim siihseoiieiil rare uf Uie -- e,.. bulletin will give Hie fanner nn rs u een more important that idea of how many brands of fer !, ( ion To un serve it- - net -- tilir.ers are now on Ihe market and ih minat im nower Ihe corn sltfiil.l he what each contain?. nils is toe straight roan to College best training in Mathematics "There were 721 different brand ,ii v iirtnre fi eeiiic weather! Thi Science, Languages, Ulstory and all prcporalory subjects. The pome-then im decree of rold will .of rnmmerrinl ferliliier.s registered Academy is now Dorea's largest department Injure it. The problem is to store during Ihe year litis. Or these :2ii that lliev will be' were romplclo fertilizers, or forii- ih. s t pais m injiuy from mice and rat. I'zts containing all three of Ihe es smfe ltiis is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard nmt ef be in a position lo dry mil sential ingredients, namely, plow courses In all advanced subjects. plioric arid, nitrogen and pidash rnplll. On Hie average farm there bone and potash l A Temporary Raise in, Board is forced by war conditions. raielv lo In- found "n For s, ,i 'i.iuo. and about mixture? are not counted in tin twenty-fiv- e inoue-moyears the board has remained the same in Berea, but the the uh way lo protect stored seed item'. 126 acid phosphates or siipcr- - unusual situation in which the wbolo country tlnds itself now makes rrom i hose active nols is to hang pnospiinies, irai niirogenotis super II impossible for us to live on the sumo money as we have in the past it up m Ihe lop of cribs, sheds. phosphates. 15 acid phosphate and All students do some work with their hands from six lo six this method of. potash mixtures, an.l 05 hones, lank etc. i rttiiiat.lv bone and teen hours & week as janitors or in the farm, carpenter shop, print ainrii.u s.mt i Mm ejiimot be im- -, agp and STnmplos sonl by ing ofllce, laundry, boarding ball, ofllce, etc., and leceive pay which nrov.il iinnii a- - far as sunidv ing P'dali Selection at Husking Time much more ii is Flell rirairat :" (Inn anv oilier melho.L that it "hot I.I I'.' employed il noa- lect Ih'.( time In tible. The p. . la when th' t t corn is In i "Willie 1 lcled sit - i I ls oeer spring ue should keep posted as lo what he is buying. Complete fei and lilizors vary in Iheir make-u- p. the farmer ought to liny what hi land need and not have to pay for expensive ingredient which will il in- - inwi no goon. The farmer ean keep posted its lo what earn ifrtniier on the inarKi't contains by sending, for Bulletin so, 2 n. "uunmerrini l enuier. wnien ha been issued by the Kentucky Agricultural Fvperimonl Station at liverv fnriner who is in Ihe mar ki'l for fori Hirers for niilumn or 2nd Door Berea Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid improvement 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course . 4th Door Berea's Normal School l'-- r 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course In 6th Door Berea College ' I rat-nn- d- of g , ' mix-lure- ! -- i Expenses for Boys VOCATIONAL AND SCHOOLS roW.VltATIOV ACAOKMY ANI NOKtlAL $ COO ur tOI.LROI S Incidental Fee Room Hoard, 7 weeks .-- $ 5.00 ' . 7D0 050 15.75 27.23 l&SO G0 IC.75 60 15.75 Amount duo September 17," 1919 Board, G weeks, duo Ootobor 2b Total for Term Incidental-Fee ' 3626 13.50 ' 28.25 13.50 11 j44...,$lfl.75 Expenses for Girls $ $11.78 ( 'S!t7C 5 7.00 spi-en- d Room 50 G')0 S 1 GXK1 GQ sxw- am is.00 j " Board, 7 weeks Amount duo September 17, 1910 Board, G weeks, duo October 2a Total for Term 11.00 25.50 12m '(31 50 112.00 1S.00 $33.50 '$3BM Tliis does not include the fourdollars deposit, nor money for books or laundry. Corner rooms S1.00 more. Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental rt $13.00 Stenography and Typewriting 13.00' Bookkeeping (regular course) (U0 Bookkeeping (brief course) Business course for students in other departments: Stenography Typewriting, with one hour' 0 50 use of instrument Com. Law Com. Geog Com. 1.96 Arith, or Penmanship, each.. Fee Business WiHltr " 12.00 12.00 String 51 m 11m 5.50 6M Q'M COO co-tis- e 8.25 s 50 1.G5 1,60 In no cafe will special Business Fous exceed SI. 00 per wool;, If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be in school the full year, by all means they toould enter for a course dur- CINCINNATI No. MARKETS. Hay and Qraln. - white fl.Sl 01.02. No. 2 No. il yellow $1,500 ffllow a mlJtwl $1.M&1.4S, No. a 1.61, No. ulilto ear $1.4jU nilziHl ?1.HC1.IH. llT, yellow ear $U8M0. HouuU Hay Timothy Jir tAn, ueve ?252U. clover nilxod new 2ttA clovur .SSlffflO. No. !l Oath No. 'I whltM whlto 7ini71c. No. 2 mixed OVO 70!c, Nu. S nilxod tUU'Jc. Corn ing the winter and spring tonus. The public schools will close about Christmas and the teachers and advanced pupils should not bo bile through the long winter months but should be studmg in Berea where the best education can be gotton for lea.t money. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they art above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This maj bi uigned by some former Berea student in good standing or some rellabli teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friepdly advice write to the Secretary, - Oils priwlli. ini'ttllu; Hie rent CONVOYS 'QUEEN SUPPLIES caused by Ihe Inner, are the In mn methods Tif controlling the Marie of Roumanla Gets Three CarpcM. loads From Red Cross PRUNING A 7171c, VAUGHN, Berea, Fall Term Begins September 17. fully controlled by urenlcul xprayH. tlie bulletin Hnyu. but the only niolhod of coinlwtlne the borer now Imown Is tliroueh cultivation, which dttutroya larvae uud iiime In the cocoons, and the practice of mich cultural mwtlmil will Induce viuoroutt ami rapid growth of healthy vlueK. The intuit curcnllo Ih Miiull mill lm ciiHilvumis, ami a grape grower will fre(pi(ntly Ioni within a sluirt time an ntire crop of f ult without being utile to determine the nature of O16 ueiiiy. Tho graiM'H will middenly be come wormy ami will bo rulneu. At about the time Concord grapevines vmurgo bloom the ciircullo lieetli from blbernnllon uud apiwar upon Iho lenveg. The petit feeiU on the tipper Htirface of the hmve throuahout tho Auttt are (heir natural M'ukoii. ami miiiiw forum of upon them. A vpldortt fiH-nuuiber uf ptuuirites aid In their 1 cue-mieground-dwelling M3HLL E. fCy. NEGLECTED TREE at Paris. Butter, Eggs and Poultry. llMtter Whole milk creamer)' extrat fiSHt, contrulUotl cretunvry ei.tru 37c, flrlH 83,jc. hecoudH 53t. fuuey dairy 00c. KSB Ulnary tlntto 17c. t Live Poultry Kr ur. over 2 , 31c; ClC! Jrtlern, 1H lb auil ov-rlb mid oer, awe; unar 3Vi fowl. 1H lbs, 2Sc; rtK)trti. Ilk'. -- Katra nrU m. llraU 48c, or Live Stock. Cuttle Shlplmrii $11 V 18.50, butchei tu Bouil metrn, vstra MWU'-choice $10JOW11.5j, coiuimu to fair V iPiQ; helfrr. extia $11 12, good to choice $4.WuTll, coiiinwn to fair (0 , choice cautwr 0; cow, oxiru $7U, ood to JM.6oe10, to fulr $5u.!U, JlXiOffBlSO, blockers uuU feed erb ?0eil. fair to Culvea Mxtru $20.50 good $U20.5U coimnou and large $i 13. to choice packer! medium $17, stugi. vml 810012, common and choice heavy fa H.60ff pnmtoa. .ao'vws $101713. "Kbt ldll'er kld. p!s U10 lb uud lew) $11014.50 (10J6n, Kood butcher $17. 'Hog Selected t heavy taippert Gathering Crapes. MO - hj mvc NIK -1 cases ' nractlcallv com freedom from itttnck Iiiih lieou olitMiiitd h) applying two bprays of lead nieiiate, three pounds of tho piistc form to .10 kuIIoim of water, tho llrnt Jut after the IiIommium have dioppe and the Keeoud three or four week luler. I.llse the eurciillo, the grape root-borIh IncoiKplcuouB In all of Ha Mage. The I Hirers rarely kill tho vine, but caiihe Infixited plmltH to linmaking meager iimmal ger for yen growth ami bearing reducod cmps of fiuit. the owner often being unaware of the ratine. The newly hatched larvae feed entirely on tho roots, both large and Miiall rootx being attacked. The borer feed over no wide an area that digging for Hit ptwt as a practicable method of doKtriictlou la out of the (piwitloii, and even Mill are, Xor the name reanon, of doubtful value. The uxe of fertilizers and tho application of other cultural methods vvhlcj. promote rupjd, vigor- fund-panta piety Itiiklwrest, Itnumanla Queen Marie of ltoiiifianla is assisting In the ills, trltiiitlou of a IrulnliHtd of American Itlsl Qross siipillcs. which she perl. sonally convoyed from I'arls to III pruning a laully neglected tree It . Iiiirlnif her recent visit to Is a kihs) phtu to liyive some of tho Franco, the ipiecu made known the water sprouts for a year. Tills be- emergency medical needs of the K011come of more Importance as the pruninaulan sohllers 41ml refugees. She for the waing becomes more three curliwils of metllciil nnd ter sprouts fiiruUh more leaf surface Mirglcnl eipilpment from tlie ltei to provide food for tho entlro plant. Cross and had these cars nttudieil to The bocond year water sprouts may be the royal train on her return Journey, removed. Upon arrival here the supplied were Immisllately dispatched to central ROUMANIA TO RETURN "LOOT" points for distribution to Die military hospital which were In need. Other Selie'd In Hungary Will De supplies were set aside for Iho refuMaterial gees lifeline frm tho lighting zono lit Given Up. Is Report Received lloes.irtibla. From Budapest Good Plan to Leave Some of Water Sprouts for Year to Provide Food for Plant. Iluk-hsrew-' Vienna. Sept. 111. A UllilapoHt ills, iwtch says that us n result of (lie efforts of Ihe allies' military mlwloii (he Itnumunians have agreed to return liy them In lluimnry and abide by the decision of Ihe peace reeersllng distribution. conference Tide Is not continued from liny other source. Jn he Oltictx Kills Himietr. ltunvIHe, a Jiioiei. n of the late young llurooel. ami Admlrwl, a f mill shot fatally. lie left a note upoiou 'mc to tlut Culled 'I till lor I.. 'I sYrsli-iu lilliiMilf In the liiliriximi. 'I lie ii '.i In lui r Ids death r .lataes Mas liei.niie Un '.'i, ,,.11 .1. il'iiii 11. i .n uhicli iiio u jiiliaUuilisi Ui kMiukuii ii " eedlni'i. liinlnii : ) ' . Sit-tutH- ' 2ft, HMO THE CITIZEN P.i go Seven. mraovco umform iNTcnimiom 1)1 If. SUMTSCiOl (Hy BULGARIA 10 HEATY ip niun 13! A Covering h. for Sins Or PEUCt (Cm rlil. vi it An. u u n,1 TM' l.er ,.f Knsll.h Iiihlt- in Ihc M""lv Hiiilf 1tiiltin.- nf I hlr.i .ci i 1 : rw.. im Ncwiir t'nlnl v 13y MtV. W. GOSNELL, AHHVinl I)mk, Mmdy Dill. lMtitute. Chicago Siirp'c Ceremony Marks Fro'an tntion of the Dumtnt. GETS LESSON F;0R OCTOBER 5 JOHN AND rBTCFI CIPLES or TKXT-.fnh- n D jcsus. I CCO ME DIS- foil, m nir (sol or.N TKXT AHMTIONAI. .lnhn I I I.IWi'V . .ir.ua Mid unto him. M TKXT Wlmm find hath net forth to l n pmpltlation throuah faith In bin Monti, tn tHNinrr hia rirntmiianan rnr tnc nf plna tt.m Mr past, llimnah th fmlwarani nf rind, to dmlatt-- I say. at I hit tlHtf hl rlffhtfnuiinem: lint ho mlKht r bm Just, and tht of him which btllevath In Jtwus. Honwntt 1:0, H. A 25 DAYS OF Gr,;CE Mark 1 1.1 17, Jnhn PHIMWIY frt-n.- l TFIvlAU C! .1? Mnlt. I:f; - President Clchiens au of the Prac Cenfsrinse tjjtaks Briefly, Pet lowed by Gcr.eiat Theetforeff, Head ef Oulfiarian Mlsslen. I'arla, Kept, jt. i iie of ltear. piW hihI ii"K-nte- f between the altfi-era nml lliilgnrla mm pn nn,'l to in:alon at he French Tor elgn ofllce. After the delegalea hint Hsinililel (Jeorgea Clfliifiieentl, ppsltlent of tll' peace ennferenee. sNike brlelly 111 opening the session. He whs followed l lusiil of the Hul' gartnn mission. M. Thtsabiroff sfMike for .IfiNiliiutos. pleatllng that the llulgarlan ptsrple were nnt respotialhlf fur the war, but t Iiml Hint the Bulgarian thrown the rtnmtry Into I J if stmtrgle He rwtllziil, how ever, he saltl. Hint III'1 people must share Hie responsibility. "They nre willing to tlo an," he said, "hut they feel Hint In nn way hnvo they committed such h crime as will coiiiel them to accept servlliiile." . King Ffrtllniiinl and Vitsell llulgarlan foreign minister In 1111 1, were blamtsl for Bulgaria's entry Into the war by M. ThetMloroff. He snttl the Bulgarian Hople did not approve ,of tlie Cerman alliance, which lie dtsiaretl, "came to them as n ciiltnijsiii." but they realised they must at rent Part of lite rc"poiislbli:ty. tn-iiti l Itmln-slnvoff- TiC rimllng anil th. (net Peter d- propltlllon Is ii enverltitf, ftoina-thli- t. ri!lw 'Jr inti iivrnt 'i r. il'- - U'' "f rl '.' Jt'Vpill TP1r . Jnhn ns Tt-rt- thnl finises or enable a iwraon to act tiMTflfully r foritlvlnitlyTbe .lilontl VI of Chi fi H,tn I Mull (Mi At'fl.T TtirtC Claim All nv-- n Jus ffernmma III) D'l piss Concerning 1 Jtn the r;:-!lt- t Testifies to His Jesus (vv. the" ,l its ns the l.niiil. ..f Oml (T. ?".). Sp, ITrirlen-ljfliif- I.niuli" win fttmlHiir tn II IiiIikI snetit'.-fur lilt I:' iiih lii width every tic rlttcial offer-Ihi- r Hlntiil l!i was tin- lamb whlh I isl olimiltl In- lironcht In the (Nit Vt 7) upon whom tilt IjhiI l.ild iiipii' Itilipilfy. Christ was fie the one Olid's Ini' li lift nun- he set n rt fri-th fixi'ulnt lm nf lht world I" tt'ttVf i" notm-iifor mart's .I..l,n Invlt.sl his Klnt (1 Jvt. I lVy - I.iiiiiIi tlNclpt' tn lie'mlil if C'it The Mmii'tT with thf llnly (w. rw.Ti) Tinil nnm him as Sp'rli dean-nd- i (Nh 11:'J) John linn Iii!iiIi Hie knew fur it n Hint IV . v Ohnl. hiiptlnr "Ith Ihf The SntiM- Huh w'll tic gl.-- in till wtm ii k f'ir h'ni M.tiUf 11:11). l X 7-lthf S'Hl nf Oml (V. 11). n tif fJntl lie U unt In tin KliniL-lilim t Jewish .1 it tiliflttitlnhnry t'hr!t was the true of (Tirlat if a proplt!iiHin for aln wlilrh on It ntttl Minblfs find tn art merrlfnllf with si n n era. Mtirfly, Ihla la old ami ntw itfws iipwa anil onsI iiewal I.r( It he clearly Hint imdcralftotl r . (lot! rtHpilrpa u proplttHtlon for n I u . t Colindf tbjpre (!it - 11 I t e tin-tu- rf wi ll II. A !m. Jesus te.tl-liioti- Two DIselples Fel'owlng (w. X, :t7). ami tliey ItMikttl. to Iptluiv Ihrm to fullnw HllHiTf atilfli'l-nl. It of Itif fnlliiw .Ipii Innk n result Baptist's illxtipim Iritve hltn At Jnhn' rwti.-Thin Uik wna mifflelf nt f the t Vitttf of fhrbat'a hitom, hul All In It (John S:.na). Jtihn lid ilxti .tfcut not Jru. A nhvnvt l .Sim-tl- n triii-hfr- Thin la the wliol inrthixl. tht iilitniirf nf uHlratlon. III. The Dlaolplet Abiding With Jetui (vv. SS, thf tllsrljilfti follow Inc lilin, to thlr olijfet. JfntiH inatle Inquiry Tliflr rfily ahowptl llif tlralr to no nwrt irlvatt'ly whfr titer roaltl ilwlr Itfarta to him. Mr liirltrtl llirin to Ida tttHHlt, wlicrv for (lie of tltat day tlty fnjoyotl awfft Intfrrtiurxe with lilra. IV. The Dltelplei Bringing Others to Jeius (vv. x Having fiiuitd tiy i'Slrrlf nrf what fellnwphlp with Jftoi infMita. llipy go nt onre and tell others of tbflr iirln-lttMini iiml Jeij. Set-In- Hint thf pupil lifiitltl mi wltn-- t will look tn and follow la aonifthlnr In (ttsl '.i be iimiensetL nnd we untler alnntl tltf rry of the ptllillniti, "(1ml be tltfrrlftil (I, p. propltlnua) tn me, a ttliiner." the wrrlflcw of la the feeling that there the la n wruth In (1m1 In lie refkonetl with. Dr. II C Mablf ptilulH out that n heathen nuin, on Ida way to the tempi utlh a kltl for aarrlllre. may tint Just why lie offera It. lie will tpll you tlmt bis father illtl It lilntaml henet he tloea It. Yet, If he la UeKt1tunsl further, anil It la auKgeattsl tlmt 1h IiIihhI of the kill In In take the tUtre nf bis own ilititll for bla alna, his fare will brighten ami he will confess tlmt this Is the thought of bla heitrt In the mutter. It Is true the heathen may liavo wrnni; thoughts of Ootl, yet the Scriptures ctinttrin his feetlng that there Is. wrath In Dim) against aln, ami that this limit be ap-The cross tines twit minimise the awfolness of aln. nor tleny (lotl'i anger ngnlnst It; In t, aa I'rifeaaor .Henney liaa salil, "The rrosa la Inscribed 'flotl la love,' only been ue it Is InerrllHHl alto, 'the wnges of sin Is tlwith."1 Cod Provides a Covering for Sin. The Rhwy tif the Ooaiel Is, that while Ond rttulrea u iropllintlnn, ho himself provtdfM It. . our text It waa Oml wlin set forth Christ. (I. ., In a nubile wny) to be n propitiation through his hloisl. Jlenoe. there hy Oml In the IH ii crims. Ills wrath against sin is evident, but also his love for sinners, for what his holinesa exacts. Ids love provides. Men' would any, "Otsl Is love nnd tloe not requlro u proplflatlon ;" but the Illble nrsmn. "Ootl Is love mid provides n propitiation." As Humans B:S'iaits It : "Oml comincndetli bis love lownrtl us In that while we were yot sinners, ClirNt tlleil for us." Tho fact that Oml provides u propb tlntliin makes clear there Is no opposition lietwcen the Father Mini tho Son While Christ loved tw In redemption. nttl ghve Himself, It la iiImi true tlmt Ootl so Invert the world tlmt he gave his only becotlen Son. Whllt we nro munxoil nt Christ'H cry of forsnken-ntiiHin tho croas. yet we should not forpct the solemn words, "It pleuseil the Iirtl to bnilse him." mill, "Tho l.tird hiith Inld on him the Iniquity nf us nil." At whHt Infinite cost to the Fnthcr wits w "We bnvf i nmt ilttisl fniira, "nnd e lmll bear their cfliiitetpipuces v.ilhln the hounds of eipillf, hut there la n puiilshnifnt no crttue can Justify, ntltl tlMIt la scrvllllde." All Allies Present. Itepreai ntntlvea of all tin' 27 In the clnfe oticc, iHt'lmllng llotimnnlp, were pres-mt- l. Frank I., polk, head of the United Sltl(a delegntlnii. wit nn II. Clemen cwitl'S rtghtaml Sir ICye t;rnwe, flH now llriHsiT pliniHitrtittni7 to the i pottfc Amferenri. ant on t lit left. Itnlgarhtn delegates. Tl l. M. Onneff. M. ."nkewwif. M. Stuuilmllwsiiv ami M. Iltirwiff. entered nfler the other tie legn ls. Wlio Whim the enemy representative The llitluiirlnna were courte-oli'leonfldeni In their ilemennnr. 'IVoWy-nvdata nre ttllnwtsl to present obsvrvationa on the , MUty terms. Jfflfiy ileinys hae marketl consltler-Ntloof the Itnlirnrlan treaty which t wni (ireai'n'fil to the of tlmt government today. Work on the MMt was . nn May 2ft, but the negotiation with liertntiny and Austria reveiited the pence conference from completing the ecu vent Inn until IlitO til'ls week. Although he t'nltetl Stales wns not at wiir at any time with Bnlgnrln. It will bo a signatory to the treaty for the purpose f milling Its Influence In se1!r!nK iibfr:tnce by Biiltinrlu nf the coveiiitnt of the League of Nations, which l nn Integral part of the pact. The Utll'etl Stnfes, however, will not bo ro)irest nt. il on the Interallied chnrireil with the enforcement of tlla flmtniinl clause's of the troHty. Bulgaria Loses Thrace. OlsiKtslilon of Tbrnce wns a siibject nn which the n'aee ennferenee wns fnrcetl to pns thf most time In the t- irttntt'oii nf thetren y. As It Hii- - rpf-tl- i n bus not heeu Is to he ex-'mi i'!irii.-mi ii nit- rv nnd l"fi pnrtli-lpntinproel-ileiifThtsi-tlomr- under ho siipervlalnn of tin" prfnrlpnl allied nml associated powers, which later will announce tlielr tleclslnn ns to the future statu of life country. A plan by wiileli the port nf Dotlenijutcli, on the Aeirean sen, would he given to lliilgnrla with a corridor leading tn It similar tn that prnrlrtetl for In tho German treaty, by wlilrh Poland was l"Moks. given iirces to !antg, nn the Baltic; hns lieen eonnideretl, hut It haa never been formally ntlnpletl. Itnlgarln, under the treaty terms, however, Is an economte millet to the Aegean. rt ne y Bul-aarl- n JUST "ED." The following tribute, written hy a Kentnckian, tn Kdwln I' Morrow, Itepuhllenn, candidate fm governor of this state, will strike a responsive chord In tho lienrt ot every man, woman nntl rhlhl of hi well-know- n e , In-- coin-mlTn- n - -' - - acVpinlntanro In Kentucky who know him and love hlin as "Just ftd :" "Personality Is a wonderful tlilliK Some M'ople believe that It Is Hut It is all Inherent nnitlltj that cornea of nature. Snmo .jieopU bellero, too, that It Is to be counted 'in terms of gain ; that personality Is a thing strictly to be capitalised. They nleo nre In error. Thntte who believe they have developed peraonnllty and nre using this supposed personality scon tlntl theinsolve i for bnindetl as shnmtners and artists. The fart Is this: Thert Is no such thing ns developed peril'ersonality Is nn Inborn sonality, quality, n thing nf beauty. It brings forth the beat possesions of a man. It reveals him as he Is. "I pnlu to ivd' Morrow I cannot Tlt call hlin by nny other name. very moment he stepped before nie, thrust nut bis sunn right luuiil and released that happy smile of his, I felt ravaelf In a new presfinct. Understand me, tit's was pot In time of campaign, and battles of the ballot werp far frnnay thought nntl his. He Impressed me as a man who lovetl every living crcitttiff one of these men yo'i like tn u. ' ' slinut iimL read. ot. In self-gatmake-believe to mo n man wne lie lovetl fM r.Mli ng good nnd right unit Jii-- t. t'l il shnnneil everything tlmt rss otberw "I hn't watched this Kentnckian alnee then, nnu I )ih p learned to know that my first Impression servetl we well. I have If.iniod to aim're 1W Morrow Jut for tin nke nf the man himself, ltd l ItKAI.. That exnresaeti It. I hnve witiibed hint wlrh other men. I hnMeen them, meeting him, fnll under il t magic spell nf Ida persons I rhnnn l'i"f as I did, and not one of them feels for film lew admiration tlmn I. It takes no word frrrm him for them tn understand Hint he wants tn hn enlled Ktl. "Anil, ttm, I linn lenrned that the people of tlie city nnd the cotintrv, the mountains and the valley. tin re nl!ke In their attachment for Ed. I ttsed to tnilcr whnt his marvelous personality Indicated nf the mnn, and I have learnetl. Behind thjit sunny, eompanlonahle tllsposltlon there is 1 wonrterfnl mind. Ami that brings me tn the quality I admire most In him. Tt la his keen sense of right anil wrong, anil I know that when he puts It tn wnrk In a very short while as governor nf th's great Commonwealth we all love so deeply, Kentucky la going to exper'eiiee nn awakening Hint will he a re eliiflnn. That's the kind of n man 'IW is." tf - ' REPUBUGAMS AROUSED Visitors to State Headquarters Report Widespread Activity All Over Kentucky. According to reports from evory section of Kentucky, Hie Republican ot the state are thoroughly aroused to the Importance of polllni: a big vole at the election November I. Visitors ttt state hendquartors on the third Hour ot the Republic bullrtinc In n Louisville, n few steps from the Hotel, nre bringing In reports of wltlespiend activity among the in a determined effort to win Keiittuky to UfpuLillcaiilsin this fall. Wat-torso- :). PUBLIC Land and Personalty Tuesday, Sept. 30, 1919 At 10:00 a.m. on the premises We Will Offer At Your Bid 154 Acres of Good Fertile--" watt Antlrfw'i lirolhrr. tru' lirtdlifr who haa found (Atrial will ro mill tfll hla lirrtlirfti. Tho prnpiT Trtt-r I. AiidrfH- - lirliiCK IVItr (vv. 10 12). A plnct- - to Iwsln wlitifKKlnc for f'lirNt Is nmnng onr'n klnfnlk (I.ukt S:l). (!') I'hilip brilltw Nathhlilfl (vv Mltiioaitoil to htm coort'niliiB tlit of Jtnu. lie tnltl tlifin tlmt Chiit wan it of wliom Jlomm mid tlio propht'tx tlltl ypctik. Chriat Is hiiiI MilisUnro t)f tlio Old Train-tiit'ti- t. ttin-kiii- MADISON COUNTY LAND - Subdivided into Tracts 14 to 40 Acres n n Will Todd farm, located on the Paint Lick and This is a part of the Turnpike, 3 miles southeast of Paint Lick. On this land we have one new stock and with porch, and one new totobacco barn 64x72 feet and one new dwelling house, bacco barn 72x52 feet. Land is well watered and well fenced and will be sold in small tracts ' to suit purchaser. Excellent chance for the man witli small means to own a home on pike in best neighborhood. Nearly twenty acres of the best bottom land in the county. well-know- The tllKflplcn Invltotl others to ittini' nnd M'o. Tlify know that If thy would Imt iut to tin tt it tlify woiiltl livllt-vf- . ClirNtlatiliy courtM In Hint bruising I Our text explains tlmt the cross VfstlKHllmi (John 7:1"). (Sort's rlKhteoiiMiess for tlio. When Life Grows Oroader. of sins tlmt lire pust. or ns the OimI (loon not ttiiint protiiK'rlt.v ni H. V. has It, "because of Hie piihslnu we count It. Our sotine of prntortlim over of the sins thine nforettiiie." This Is lHrj.'1'ly shnpetl tiy our iptrlemfK. refers to the sins cominlttetl under When life In tjult't Mlltl Klicltt-riil- , hiiiI the old covoniint before ChrNt euine. the Ntrenin runs niiiiullily, we notice' It inlght have hccmctl Hint Oort "lis not every tipple and magnify every Mint ntiKry with the wicketl Mncu be iillowetl them to live nnd even to llourlsh. The tiliatrurtlon. We are fully with our work, our miimII worries. cross, however, innkes clear that he Tht'ti ttiinea koiiio nrlef. itiliiinlty. or wns rcKiirilful of sin nnd tlenlt lenientnow roxponalhlllty which miililcnly ly Willi sinners only becnuso of tho tiinniliM everythlne. Our old Interests sacrifice yet to ho olTerctl on Cnlvnry. Momiver, tho cross not only looks tin- tlwiirfetl hiiiI look so petty Hint we wonder tlmt we ever wllowoil cucli hnckwiird to vindicate the rlKhteous-nes- s to liurilcn our kouIm. Hy such trllli of Ootl; U iiImi looks forward nxperlenccM life crows lirondcr mid nml declares "nt this 'time his higher mid lukiM on nuw viilueM, Wo rlRhtcousnoKS ,(lmt he mlKht bu Just luivo now HtnmlHrtls of ineHsureinout nntl a Jusllller of him uhlch helleveth. In Jesus." Oh, tlmt men understood for our follow iiibii iih well us the marvel of It nil To dear think-Ineternal punishment Is nn mystury la the denllnKS of u holy Cod with sinThe Bible. . flotl inlKlit, of eouro, Imvo Riven us ners. The tiinii7.ini: mystery Is tlmt n lltumlly tllvlnt hook, written hy his such a Ootl bus found a wny hy which unflitRcr Mi InhleH of atouo. Wo thul tlmt he con he Just and still Justify the chono tn glvo tm luslwiil n library godly. he o hooka hy human nuthors, with very The Experience of Cowper. I dllTerent hIjIok hiiiI limrtictoiititlos. Christ's propitiation still satisfies J It with tho cimnot lielp coiintH-Untiwper. wiien KUllty souls. The poet, niunlly pilivlous net tlmt ho tlltl not distressed over his sins,i MHiuht comrcvi'iil hltncelf hy nn iiiikkI, or millions w,yf,: "Tl,p H"' fort of miiki'Is, hut hy ii limn who worketl pnssnce which met my eye wns the inrpenter'H shop. Huv. J. II, twenty-fiftIn ii erso of the third chapter Moulton, D-of ltouiniis. On reinllnc It, I Immediately received power to lulleve. The Cheerfulness. rays of the Son of ltlchtcottiiess fell lletter to ho hiiimII ami nIiIiio, Ihnn tn on mo In all their fullness. I saw tho be Kreiit nnd cunt w hlmdow. Cheer-- 1 complete sufllclency of the expiation fulnts Is (lull's iihhIU'Iiii'. Kveryhotly- which Christ hail wroucht for my parounht to I'ltthc In It. Orlm rare, mix- don and entire Justification. In nn inIcty nml nil tho rest of Ufo can ho stant I believed mid received tho peace scoured off with tho oH of tiieerful- - of tho Oospel. If the arm of tho AN ness. mlKhty lmi not supported me, V 1 shmibl have been overwhelmed Love Never Tires. with gratitude and Joy; my eyes tilled U InilefHllwilile; It never tires. with tears; transports choked my utLovo Love Is luehiiiiktilile; It lives nnd Is1 terances. I could only look to heaven horn iiKiiln f Itxvlv. nml tho more It In silent fear, ovtrllowlng with lovo pours Hticlf forth, the more It nbouutln. and woudcr." j Do LurocimuU. 1 c. Wal-laceto- At same time and pkice we will offer you i rubber tired carriage, four H. P. cut-of- f Fairbanks-Mors- e Oil Engine, nearly new; saw rig, new; three cornered cupboard (walnut), old fashioned bureau, 1 new sidegood cook, stove, almost a full set of blacksmith and board, 1 corn shelter, rubber tire machinery; about 3,000 feet of good walnut lumber, i" complete saw mill in good running order; good log wagon; about 20 tons of good timothy hay, 'some bailed straw, spring wagon and buckboard. 1 1 1 1 1 1 " 3ne 15-2- 5 Fairbanks-Mors- e 1 condition; good 7-- Oil Tractor, good as new and in perfect running P. motor hay press, in dandy condition. Remember, Old-Fashion- Furniture, Saw Mill, Engines and Blacksmith Tools He on hand promptly at 10:00 o'clock and buy you a home that you will ever be proud, to own, located in the "heart of the world and known throughout Madison and Garrard Counties as belonging to one of the best farms in this' section of this good old Kentucky. f" h Liberal Terms Announced on Day of Sale Drive out to this farm and see Mr. Todd at the farm or call and see R. G. Woods at Paint Lick, Ky. Col. Jesse Cobb, Auctioneer . ' Pa po Eight THE CITIZEN Mrs. Elgin Lako visited Mrs. Robert Lake, Monday afternoon Tiff Glossip went to Richmond, Saturday, to see his sister who is in tho hospital.--W. 0. Todd and John Combs passed through here, buying hogs, last Wednesday. Mr. I.ayth Jack-su- n pent Saturday night with her aunt. Mrs. George Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Golden visited Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Todd, Sunday evening. Seoral from this plaro attended the ramp meeting at Dreyfus last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Todd gave the little folks an Ice cream supper last Sunday evening. There were thirteen present nnd all report a nice lime. A baby girl arrived at Ihe homo of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Oglesby on tho 2lsL They chrislened her Alia Margaret. o The Citizen and its Success many readers. Panola Panola, Sept. 22. The long drought has been broken by a few gentle rains. The Rev. William E. Hix preached here yesterday W. Clifford Webb, or Hubble. Lincoln County, passed through here with the remains of his stepdaughter. Mrs. Dase Parson, whom it is reported died at Hamilton, 0.. She was interred in Jackson County, near Alcorn. Everett Benge, of Million, is spending a few days with his father, John Benge. There was no .school the past week at Knob Lick on account nj the? serious Jdlncss anil death of Mr. Carroll, of Rice Station. Ihe teacher's fatherJohn' Cox family were guests of the family of Rollie Cox. Wilgus Hunler and and family spent Sunday with the family or or C. M. Rawlings Mrytle and Helen Young, of Kingston, visited relatives here, Sunday. Bailey RIchariNoii has moved lo the R. II. Harris properly. Mr. Stecley, of Berea, accompanied by his cousin. Mr. Davis, of Tennessee, motored through here. Saturday, enroute lo his ranch, near Yogel, recently purchased from The Hooker Lumber Company. John Benge and daughter, Glatha. attended t lie wedding of his stepdaughter, Florence Miller, or Jenks, (o Golie Willis, on Thursday, the ISth. Sat-urai- ly September 25, I'.HO East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No rorrnvondcnc puMUhrd nlni algnnl li not fnr puhllntlon, but JACKSON t Haricn, COUNTY Wp In full bj th wrtlrr. Tli nme n mH net of eon.1 faith. Writ pUlnlr. spent Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Thomas. S. S Grlf-- 1 ii made a trip to Mullins Station, Saturday. The merchants are still telling us In buy now, things are going higher. Hurrah for The Citizen, for I can sit down and read io many letters from my friends I hear from some every Saturday. Rockcastle Real Estate Company g Carlco Sepl. 21. Ilig Hill, September 10. Mrs I.yda Abrams is ery sick at this writing. ', Bond Mrs. Joe Heece, who has been Uond, September 22. The sick, is heller. One of our best drought has at last been neighbors and citizens passed away broken by some splendid showers week, Mr. J. H. The from thi life last night. yeslcrday and last N'eoly, who has been in ill health Jackson County fair was well atfor some time. He was seventy-on- e tended. Two men got hurt in the years of age.- - His wife died horse races. The Pigeon Roost Faraboul two years ago. He wis laid mers' Agricultural Club won pre- to rest in Pilot Knob Cemetery. He to $27.50 on miums amounting leaves several children and grandfarm products and live stock. Ho-bchildren and a host of friends to Sexton and Miss Cunigan were mourn his loss: Aunt Hetty Utiielly married at the home of Ilev. departed from this life last tho officiatWni, Worthington, week. She had been sick for sonle ing clergyman. We wish them lime. She was buried at Pilot much joy. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Knoli Church. She leaves a daughHacker are the parents of a fine ter. Mrs. John Settle, and grandbaby girl. Ed. Stanley and family, children to mourn her loss, and of Tennessee, are visiting friends ( many friends. Willie Cornclison, and rolatives at this place and at- -. who was reported dead so many tended the Jackson County fair. times while he was in France, is back fleorge McGee, who has been very home, and was married yesterday, typhoid, is getting bet-- 1 low with to MLs Oalla Parsons. May joy go ter now. James L. Davis is slowly. with I hem. Frank Pigg and Linda reeoVering from an attack of pneii- -l j..m.. ii;.rr fisi.wtlI 1U , I, III I IKK aim wwm GARRARD COUNTY monia. fl. C. Purkey has sold hisi mo ored to liehmond .itllll a few days Bryantsvilla farm near here to Hiram Job son. ago and were married. Bryanlsville, Sept. 21. The W. Susie Watson, who is teaching at is having a new tobacco barn built. C T. U. met with Mrs. C. M. Dean, McKee, visited home folks SaturSheridan Heece, who has been Friday afternoon. Mrs. Dean and day and Sunday, September 13 and away from home for some time, IS. A singing school is being taught Mrs. B. A. Dawes were chosen dele-- ! came home the other day. Mr. and at this place; also one at the Mrs. D. Settle are in Bond. Jack- gales to attend tho convention at LaGrange. A very delightful salad flrecn Hill Baptist Church. Mrs. son County, this week, taking in Esther Allen is vistiing friends on the Bond course was served. Thalnext meel- Miss Martha Lucas, fair. Pigeon Ilonst .Branch. Mrs. Polly -of who has been visiting relatives, ing will be held at the homo Fox and her son, Anderson, who Miss Helen Williams has returned. Mrs. Addie Owens Mrs. Edwards. was with the First Division of the quite- ill last week. Miss Bet- has sold her farm and mqved to was spent tho week-en- d A. E. F. in France, have been visit with Ohio. Miss Lucy Hayes is progress tio Scott ing relatives in Berea. Ky. .lames 'her parents at Nicholasville. Mrs. .Moore, who has been down with ing nicely Willi tier school doou Chas. Becker entertained at twelve The names placed up rheumatism since July, is out attendance. dinner, Wednesday, the folon the Honor Iloll last week are as o'clock again. Mrs. S'arah Ilobiuson ha lowing guests: Rev. and Mr3. G. S. purchased a farm from Charley follows: Conatit, Dr. and Mrs. Rose and Mr. Verna Carrier Mrs. Settle. and Mrs. Logan Ballard. Gladis Carrier gii'-s- t Fannie Bryant has as Housley Fork Jason Settle her sisler, Mrs. Maggie Parr, of Housley Fork, Sept. 22. We had a Earl Cliasleen Indianapolis. Mr W. K. Divis and good rain hero Sunday which was llosco Abrams Miss Fannie I wden were Lexfpg-tio- n angel needed sure. The death ' Mary Dees visitors, Saturday. Mrs. Harl- visited the homo of Mr. Tom Click, Clara Hudson sook, of Indianapolis, is visiting her Friday morning. September 19, and Amy Hudson grandmother. Mrs. Mary Berkley. took away their baby, Grace. Sho Ersie Lays .Miss Elizabeth Ileitis spent the week had been sick about six weeks. We Elsie Wilson end wilh her mother in Lancaster. extend to the bereaved parents our Edith Wilson White Lick heart-fe- lt sympathy. Mrs. Nannie Lyda Parker Whit' l.ick, Sriiti 22. We arc Hudson is sick; lias been in very Clara Green having rain in this community now, bad condition, but is some better. Maggie Green which has been very much needed II. Benge and G. M. Benge have, W. Heo Abrams for several days. Mrs. J. M. Morgan sold their farms on Housley Fork Evie Parker is just recovering from an attack or to Bowcn and Young. G. M. Benge Mayben Wilson grippe. Mrs. H. L. Stowe Is sick. and wife attended the Tommy Hudson II. L. Stowe sold his farm lo Andy fair last week. Elmer Stewart Pearl Chasteen Hounsholl and has gono to Ohio, wilh and family were visiting Johnnie Doc i:i Parker the intention of locating there. demons, Sunday. Mrs. Mollio Hale, Ruby Carrier John Davis, who has been visiting of Bloomington, Illinois, has been Vernon Fowler. relatives in Tennessee, has returned visiting relatives hero and clsewhero Coyle tho past week. Miss Maggie Hale, Coyle, Sept. 23. Tho drought was home. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Creech of Speedwell, was the guest of Mrs. broken last Friday by a good rain, are visiting relatives in Harlan Margaret Benge, Wednesday. Wm. which was very badly needed. Mr. County. Miss Kate Clark and Jena moving and Mrs. John Glossip took their nings Mozier were married lasl SatAbrams has purchased picture machine and is giving tho little daughter to urday. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Crouch noighbors a free show. Curt Benge, Richmond last Monday, where sho spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. of Droyfus, was the guest of his underwent an operation. Sho is Harrison Creech Rev. and Mrs. brother, Sunday. Arthur Parker not expected to live. Miss Dora and Cash VanWinklo and son, Raymond, was tho guest of his sister here, Nollio Burns, who have been visit- and Mr. W. W. West were pleasant Saturday night and Sunday. Corn ing their sister, returned to their visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. cutting and sorghum making are on homo in Berea, Saturday Mr. and J. B. Creech lasl Thursday, Denis Creech, who was here visiting relthe program this week. Mrs. Laura Mrs. Horace Cox visited Mr. and Van Winkle is sick. atives last week, has returned to Mrs. Willie Oglesby, Sunday afterOhio. Best wishes to Cray Hawk Henry Simposn visited his home in noon. The Citizen and its readers. ' Gray Hawk, Sept, 22. The drought friends and relatives in Jackson , M Mrs. John Is broken by a good rain today, County last week. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY which was badly needed. Wells Baker, of Speedwell, visited her Cooksburg hail failed, stock water was scarce, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Todd, Cooksburg, Sept. 22. We aro glad some had to drive their slock a Thursday. Miss Clara Powell was mile or more to water, and some tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tom lo have one more good rain; water was getting scarce. Fodder saving had to carry water to cook with, Baker, of Dreyfus, last Sunday, is all tho go in this vicinity. Willis Singleton and C. L. Thomas made a business trip to Mt.VernOi), Saturday. Mrs. Albert Allen and daughter. Lillie. paid friends at Pino Hill a visit from Friday till Sunday. The holiness meetings at Morris Valley were badly disturbed Saturday night by some one firing many shots near the house. Two moon-sliin- o Returns to its before-the-wa- r stills were bursted, Friday, ' high standard of quality on Crooked Creek, by Deputy W. I. Auglin and Judge Cam Mullins. Several new eano mills have been purchased this fall D. C. Clark ed arl Cor-nelis- on I . Is badly needed. I'.. I). Itoborls is down with lypliniil fpvpr. Doctor , of MpKpp, Is Iho attending Married, on tho 10th, physician. l'rnuco Ili)liiiion to Miss Minnip .May Summer;'. Iiolh of this place. Wo vth them a long and happy Ilfo. Quito a lot of pcoplo of this plaro attended Hie Hondtown fair, and all report a line lime. Mis Dollio Vood. returned from Hurtling Spring", where ."he ha been visiting. Aunt I.oisc Settle departed this life the 18th. Sho was very feeble for some lime before she died. She win 7(1 years old. Leonard Smllh. who had typhoid fever, is improving at present. The citizens of these parts are about done foddcriug and' report excellent crops. are having nr.! rain in one inonlli, anil it fur mile or more. Mrs. Mary llinulmin has been poorly with la grippe, but I some belter. There is lnls of la grippe here now. Fodder aving and making molasses is all I lie go now. There is lols of cane to make here; more than has been for years. Thomas llaya is building a large store house and is plan-nuto till it full of goods soon. Mr. Hayes is a good man and a hustling merchant. He and James Hunter own the best saw and grist mill and planer shingle machine in (ray Hawk. Morn to Mr. and Mr9. Hill Hamilton, a line boy. Haby and mother arc doing line. Harrison McQueen cut his foot almost off, one day Ibis week, while making cross ties for J. T. Hays. a half MADISON COUTNY Big Hill are having some ruin at present; crops are looking much heller. The little sou or John W. Johnson is very low with pneumonia fever. Lena Montgomery and Mollie Harvey were Ihe guiwU of Mrs. C. T. Baker last week. -- A large crowd from thl.s place attended church at Scaffold Cane. Saturday night and Sunday. The Mile daughter off.Mr. and Mrs. Waller Baker, who lias been burned er badly, is slowly improving lle. James Harding tilled his regular appointment at Pleasant Hill, Sunday; a large crowd was present. Mis. J. A. Sexton is very ill wil.i typhoid fever. Will, Young Is on tlie xirk list at this writing. Frank Cornell lias sold his farm at Climax and purchased a place near Big Bill. We regret lo give up Mr. Cornell. They are a pro! family, liked by all their neighbors. Lula and Suda King", if Red House, were visiting at the house of J. A. Sexton last week. Robert Sexton maijc a flying trip to Wildie Hie last or the week OWSLEY COUNTY Climax Clinmv. Sept. 22. We Mt. Vernon, Kentucky Has For Sale FARM FARM FARM FARM room dwelling. A farm on tMe Mt Vernon and Somerset road. 250 acres, 150 acres level land, two orchards, eight- - Let us show this prcperty as a bargain. from Mt. Vernon. one.,af miles A farm of 300 acres on Dixie Highway two and A farm of 30 acres within one mile of Mt. Vernon jow priced. A farm of 140 acres on Booneway three miles from Vernon. One of the very best farms in 8 the county. Only those who want a good farm need look at this one. A farm of 110 acres in Hiatt section, well improv. ed and in good condition. One of the best farms in the Hiatt section. FARM HOIKF HOIISF HOIISF House and six acres of land at Marct- burg, priccd t0 sell quick A house, I ANH Lvnu Travelers Rest Sept. 22 The drought wns broken. Saturday, by a splendid rain followed by another, Sundcy. The farmers are all busy saving fodder and making sorghum. Frank Mar-ruteacher of Big Springs school, closed school for a week, in order lo hold his attendance, by giving the children a chance lo do their work. A good number from here le attended Ihe fair, Friday and Sal unlay. Kale Anderson was a guest or E. E. MclUillum, Thursday night. Clyde (iahbard. Anna M inter, and Ethel Catidcll left lasl week for Berea College : glad lo see them going. Most all who go to Berea get new and larger visions, and this is what makes the world brighter and belter. Mrs. Palmer Scott, of Winchester, came in Thursday for a visit with her mother and mother-in-laMr. and Mrs. J. B. Scott were visitors at the home of William Hamilton, or lim-Creek, Sunday. Island City 'Island City, Sept. 15. We are having some cool nights at present, which indicate Jack Frost is approaching. The corn crops are reasonably good; the farmers have be gun saving fodder. Mrs. Delia Bowman, formerly Miss Delia Norm, of Cincinnati, is with her parents on a two weeks' vacation. She will return soon to resume her position as seamstress, engaged in a sewing department. Jesse Wilson, of was at Island City, Saturday, on business. Farmer Sizemore and Brother Asher, of Tafl. Ky., accompanied by Misses Delia, Jessie, and Grova Bowman, of Island City, attended the Holy Roller meeting at Walnut Grove, Saturday night mid Sunday and were the guesls of William Pitus and wife, Saturday night. All report a tlno time. It is reported that the drillers who have been drilling on Taylor Sizemore's land have returned. Frank Gentry has gono lo Metamora, Indiana, to look at a future home. D. B. Peters has returned from Mississippi. He is contemplating moving to that state. Prayer service at the Southern Church every Thursday night, conducted by Brother Ambrose Carmack. Everybody invited. H. D. Peters and wife liavo gone to Madison County to spend a few weeks with their children. Sherman Gentry Shaffer and Wiilard BeekneJl have returned from Fayette County, where they have been engaged working in tobacco. llond-Annvilw. Travelers Rest, barn and plenty of room in West Mt. Vernon, can be bought cheap if sold at once. A house, big garden, new barn, located on mond Street. This is a good investment at the price for which we can sell it. This is one of the anfj most desjreabie nieces of property in Mt. Vernon and can be bought cheaper than the house alone could be built today D WFI I INfi A Main very Strcet dwelling. A farm of 128 acres with good coal mine. This property is near Fine Hill. The coal mine alone would pay for the whole farm in a little more than a year running as it is now. FARM .,,,'. A store 'ocated 3 J miles from .Berea on Kentucky Central. There is a good dwelling house heated with natural gas, out buildings and a good sulphur well in the yard. All of this sells together. The stock of goods can be bought at invoice if purchaser wants same. The present owner has made enouph out of this store to buy six hundred acres of fine land. His health has broken down and he is going to sell this business. We could sell 35 acres of bottom land with this property, should the purchaser want it. Let us show you this property. Some one will get a bargain. STORF I ! Eleven of the best building lots in Iff DU1LLHNU I OTS Mt Verno- n- cheaper now than ever again. FARM VJ"rt.f. aCr 011 'ver at Hrodhead- - 'Ve have other property for sale that is not listed here. hr Rockcastle Real Estate Company Mount Vernon, Kentucky 1 TRAiriLu !3 WORK THEY LIKE BEST Disabled Men Arc Given Every Chance by Vocational Board. HOW ONE FOUND HIS JOB wren til h knees nnd turning hli eyen the adviser, he Bald: "Well, how Roln' to help me7 I have lout my' jl-oleft Ice nnd I have about two dollars It In rny pocket nnd nowhere to get more. I never had n decent Job In my life. I don't know how to do anything NCeclal nnd I don't enre what It Ik you Klve me to do, Juit no U'h Nomi'thlnir." The adviser talked to htm for u bit nnd tried to discover Juit what thl man could do. He had held odd John i; here nnd tlicro , but none led to definite. lie wami't any morn Interested 111 auto mechanics: than In street Hweeplnif, or In Knnlcnlnc tlinn In clerklnc He Rat there listlessly looking at Ids hands and left It to the. ndvlser to decide. Every now nnd then he slowly turned n strnnco rlnc he had on his flnccr. The ndvlser felt rather discouraged. He couldn't net a lead from this mnn's silence, nnd to Ret his confidence he nsked to Ree the rlnjr. The man took It oft nnd bunded It to him. His fncp hecamo suddenly nnlmntcd. "I made that." he wild. "Hsmmered It out of sliver myself and engraved those denies on the outside. Nothing but somo plnyln of mine," he added deprecnt-InglThe ndvlser looked at the ring rnrefully. It was well done, with n rertnln look about the engraving that gnve him an Idea. nny-thlny. Bond-Ann-vil- lo Unskilled Man, Wounded at Delleau Wood, Who Thouoht Engraving Himself Fun Soon Prove Expert Workman. shouldered Into the (illlccs of the ft'derul board for vocu tloiiul edumtlmi one inoriiliii; nnd, look-Iii- k around the room, nuked If tliix wns the pluco where the Holillerx who luiil been hurt In the war could Mud to do. The iiKent of the hoard hhUimI him to Hit down, nnd told him the plan Unit the government hail for fielpriiR tlTe handicapped men of the army, navy and iiiurlu? who had been disabled In the mtvIcc no tlint they I'llKht keep on with mi active life. Maimed at Oelleau Wood. "I reckon I wiih In the oervlce, nil rlKht," the xtonp Mioiihlcrcd one xald, layliiK IiIh crutches by the chair. '"At Itelleuu Wood! Uird, what a day I" lie let his hiindH (Iron llnllessly he; Home-thlti- seven-year-o- ld A ntoop WimhlnKtoii. inn n li'iinliu; on erutcliex No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Hour continues, anil the farmers are very fodder Mrs. B. F. Downey, who underwent a serinim operation at Berea Hospital, is slowly improving. Several from this place attended the annual meeting at Aldgers Mock. O. W. Browning made a business trip to Ilfchmoiid last week. Mrs. Jemes Pennington is very poorly at this writing. Misses Myrtle, Bessie, and Ethel Pennington are attending school al Anuvllle. Miss Nannie Bowman, of Manchester, spent last week with relatives at this place. CLAY COUNTY Vine Vine, Sept. 13. Cool weather still busy saving LETCHER COUNTY perlntendont E. R Hale, lo remove illiteracy from the county. It is believed that at least GO percent of Iho rural schools of tho county will moonllKhl schools within tho next two wcoks. In somo instances aceil men and women aro ntlend-In- ir schools, loaminc to road and write. Tliern are In tho connty ahont UQO lllllcrato persons. It Is hoped that this number will ho re duced al least half. Once Tried Always Used Whitosburg, Sept. 22 Thcro Is renewed interest In tho establishment and malntonanco of moonlight schools in Lotcher County among tho teachers and illiterate.. Tcachors with County Su- aro "How would you like to learn en graving nnd get a good position at It 7" "Dolii' thin? Hny. this ain't work. It's Just play, and noody pays you for hnvln' a good time, do they?" "I.et'K Imve a try nt It," suggested Ihe ndvlser, "and see what happens." The federal board sent the man to learn engrnvlng, and In n few months he was the best of all the workers In Hie Jewelry htorq where he wus employed. That ring was the key that opened the door of success to him. He bus wnked up nnd Is enthusiastic nbout his work; only, he says, "It's not work. This h fun." Work always Is fun when you linve found the right vocation, and the fed. end board Is trying to find what the disabled sohllers like to do best. "That't Jutt Play."