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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): October 2, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 cit1919100201_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): October 2, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. BEREA (INCORPORATED) WM. G. FROST. EH.tor.Jn.ChUf EnUrfd nt th foftoffirt nt tUiM r, PUBLISHING CO. unlr uhlt$hd Krrrj Thurtiiy nt Ifrrra, Ky, ltru Marth, Aet nf AV ft mnH I9T9. Tc-r-- c The citizen IIEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY. OCTOHKR 2, IUI1). Vol. XXI. Five Cenls Per Copy. CHARLES 6. DAWES to tlae Interests of the 3CouintLirL People Ono Dollar and Fifty Cents Per Year BHIG. GEN C. Q. DRAKE Power and the way to keep up with modern Knowledge Is lo read a good Newspaper. Is Knowledge No. I i. F ITZPATRiGK Law and Order Undoubtedly men who work havi a right to quit working. A crowd of them can get together and threaten to quit working unless their pay is increased. This is what we call a strike. Hut the people who strike have no right to destroy the property of their employers, and they have no right to use force in preventing other people from coining in to work in their places. The laborer has the right to go from one employer to another for a higher wage and to get the highest wage he can, but on the other hand fhe employer has the right to employ the cheapest workman ' he can find. If the steel workers get top large wages, then the railroads will cost more and will have to charge higher rates for passenger and freight. Certainly a strike is a good thing to have arbitrated by men. And certainly the American people are proud of the way in which our Mayors and Governors are now maintaining order. fair-minde- IVOICE OF L ABO TELLS MEN'S SI IIS mi if S Union's Chairman Appears Before the Senate Committee. SAYS UNIONS ARE NECESSARY Inform Body That n Agreement by to Arbltrato SUel Corporation Question Raised by Men Would End Strike Immediately. New York, Sept. M. "Qui'Mlon of Right to Be Heard Fundamental, Senators Are Told. I SAYS WORKERS ARE ABUSED If i Head of A. F. of L. Is Second Witness Before the Investigating Committee Body to Hear Gary's Testimony Next Wednesday. Washington, Sept. 27. moral principle rnntiot tie urbltrntrd or compromised and, In my opinion, such questions nro Included In the present unfortunnto struggle." until Elbert H. Oary, executive chairman of the United Stilted Steel corporation, when asked for his opinion of the prop'osltlon of John Kltzpntrlck, lend er of the steel strikers, that nil Issues be submitted to nrhltnitlon. "I also think." he added, "Hint wo ennnot negotiate or confer with Mr. Kltzpntrlck and hli associates iih union Inltor lend' ra concerning our employees whom those gentlemen hne volunteered to t i d steel striksPns defined l,y Samuel Compers, president of the nntlon-wlde the The Issue In noTfETT A Jt Berea's New Students j hundred and fifty more students than she had a year ago. A large number of these young Berea has four represent." Washington. Sept. 20. Sennte strike of, of the tintlon-wldsteel worker to determine whether remedial nctlon can he tiiken h) the federal government win opened wlth John Kltzpatrlck, chairman of the union cemm.ttee conducting the strlko, n the first witness before the educa-tlnKltzpntrlck mid labor committee. told the sennte labor committee Unit If the United Suites .Steel cortonitloii should now agree to meet the union It would he ton lute to atop the strike lis the "men are going to demand Justice decent Justice of the United States government." An agreement by the steel corpora-- ' tlon to nrbltrute questions raised by tlie 21 unions Involved In the strike1 would end the wnlkout Immediately, Kltzpntrlck told the hennte InvestigatHe said he had no ing committee. authority to Issue nn order culling off tho hSrlke, but wuh sure thnt the Joint Inves-tigntln- n e n Ohnrles (J. Dnwes of Chicago, who distinguished himself during the war by his work as purchasing agent In Europe for the allied armies, Is one of those Invited by President Wilson to take pnrt In the Industrlnl conference In Washington In October. World News i riie first amendment to the Peace Treaty has hecn read in the but action on it was deferred. It was not the attempt lo make Ben-al- e, sterl committor.-if-whlr- h Dnn, would nuthorlze such nctlon. Kltzpatrlck declared the closed shop Is not tin Issue In the steel strike. "It Is not even mooted now." he declared. The demands of the strike committee. Kltzpntrlck snld, never were submit-tol to the steel corporation becnuse of Judge Gnry's refusal to receive this committee. Kltzpntrlck opened his stntementj with whnt he nld was u brief history of labor conditions In the steel Indus- America's oto in the Assembly of t In League equal to that of Great Hritain and her colonic, hut va9 Hie aiiieinlinenl that denies to Americans a place on the Commissions liic4iJhav.e to do, with adjusting, llie repanthbnf SrGcTniSriyi The Finnic situation is causing much trouble. Tho Italian leader, Annunno, refuses to yield and seems to have control of the soldiers. II has produced a crisis in the Kalian Cabinet and threatens even In bring about a revolution in the country. Tho Italian government has applied to the Allies for help mid is seeking to suppress the mutiny and conform to the requirements of the Peace Conference. Tho outcome will be watched with great inlerixl, as it is something of a test case. try. Nows. PAGE C Farm, Homo and Horticultural Nows. PAGE 7. S. S. Lesson. Sermon: Tho Valuo of Prayer. General Nows. PAGE 8. Eastern Kentucky News. Oermany has conformed lo the demand (if the Allies lo change her constitution in regurd lo the admission of Auslrians Jnto the Lower House. Another demand has just been made upon her tn remove her armies from Lithuania, where they have gone in apparent violation of Iho Treaty. It is such matters as I Ins Hint will give rise lo the exercise of auhority and indicates the ability of the Allies to enforce their will on other countries Every success gives confidence that the League of Nations will bo effeotive, 21 Intcrnntlonul unions nlllllnted with when in full operation. tho American Federation of Lnhnr met In Chicago about n year ago and effect-- j Tho King nnd Queen of Belgium ed a cuuipalgu commltteu to organize have slarled for America on a visit. Samuel (lompjrs the steel workers. wuh elected chulrmiiu and William Z. It was expected that President Wilson would meet them on arrival, Koster secretary. 'The men In the steel mills," Kltz- bul his condition will not permit pntrlck continued, "were looking for of thai. They are lo be guests at relief. They hud no hope. They re- the White House, however, and will sponded In large numbers, and It wns receive r.s much attention .n can ho only a short time until we hud u very given under tho circumstances. Any successful organization." expression of resentment at a Effort st Prevention Seen. courteous treatment In royally aro "Up to that time there hud been no out of place. The rulers of Belgium unionism In the steel mills?" asked nro democratic monarchs and Chulrman Keuyon. to tho most cordial reception replied. "About "No," Kltzpntrlck thnt time. October 11US. thu Heel we are able lo give. (Continued on Pago Flvo) Ileporls aro current that Iho Itus-sia- u CONTENTS admiral, Kolchak, who has PAGE - luhtorials: Law and Orbeen making so strong a stand at der; Berea's Now Students, Omsk, in Siberia, has resigned in World News; Stato Nows; U. S. favor of the rtnssinn general, " Tho latter is tho strong PAGE 2. Casualty Totals; Doctor man of Soutliorn Ilussia. His locaPowers' Addrosses. tion is somewhat moro favorable PAGE 3. Serial Sto to a successful unification of IlusPAGE 4 Locals; Advortiscmonla; sia than that of Kolchak. This is Puhlio School Notes. duo lo (ho fact that South Hussla PAGE 5. Ilopublican Itally; Homo- is belter located for supplies since Coming Gathering; G o n o r a I It is near tho Black Sea. ' ' 1 on-till- ed 1. "With the creation of the steel cor-- j ponitlou a nimpulgii was begun with the object of pushing organized worker out of the mill," he snld. "A great sum of money I don't know whether It wns $'..( h.h).000 or ?20.000.000 wns Hpproprlnted. In recent yeurs lubor has begun to realize the tremendous Importance of tho steel Industry and Its Intluence on other Industries. "Wages Below Proper Line." "While wo were getting the eight-hou- r ilny nnd better working conditions elsewhere, the steel mills still op-- ! erutcd ullh very long hours nnd with witges below the proper line. Labor understood then the necessity of organizing the steel Industry for the, purpose of controlling Its effects on the others unil nt tho hint two conventions of the Kcdcmtlon of the Htcp wns uuthorlzed." Kltzpntrlck snld representntlves of Tho death of tho great Adelina Patti, removes a world character. She was Italian and Spanish parents oo singer, famous born of and Pg Eight) (By Associated Press) Wichita, Kansas, Sept. 20 Bulletin President Wilson today cancelled the remainder of his tour under orders from Admiral Cary Grayson, tho President's physician, and will return to Washington direct from Wichita. Admiral Grayson gave illness and physical exhaustion as the reason for his action. Secretary Tumulty issued a TStalcment- - saying" ""thc- - Preaidont has exerted himself so constantly and has been under such a strain during the last month and ha3 so spent himself without rescrvo on this (rip that it has brought on a nervious reaction in his digestive organs." to bo The President appeared standing travol well, but it became known he had been suffering for several days from a headache. He has made nearly 50 speeches since Louisville, Sept. 2fl. The plans leaving Washington, September 3rd, WILL FIGHTTHE U.S. for raising Kentucky's quota of and had flvo yet to make, including $05,000 of tho $5,000,000 for tho one in Louisville, Monday. Association Memorial Roosevelt were discussed at a meeting at the The new English Ambassador, Declares Battle Ground With Seelhach Hotel in this city today Viscount Grey, has arrived in this by tho executivo committee and country. Tho appointment Capital Lies In America. i3 a county chairmen. Hon. John W. notable one, as it is exceptional for Yerkes and Dr. W. A. Ganflcld, of a country to send its foreign minisTO EXTERMINATE THE FINNS Danville, and Dr W. G. Frost, of ter in that capaoity. Tho characBerea, Eight District committeemen, ter of tho appointment is signflcant, and A. T. Hcrt, and Judge Bobcrt however, of tho importance that is Bolshevik Minister of War Reveals W. Bingham wero among tho attached to tho harmonious relaMilitary Policy of the Soviet Gov. speakers. tions of tha two branches of tho ernment Will Continue to Mr. J. B. Harris and Miss Myrtle English-speakipeoples. Thoir Beat Enemies Singly. Dalton, who havo constituted tho united action is the most important Stockholm, Sept. 25. Leon Trotzky, Board of Examiners, for Madison basis for a reconstruction of tho the bolshevik minister nt irnr nml mil. County during the past two years, world. rlne, speaking ut I'otrogrnd recently. ,l!'v0 tendered their resignation to gave a detailed program of bolshevik j lake effect from tho present date, GUARDS FIRE ON STRIKE military operntlons, snylng among Louisville. Sept. 30. Dr. John H. PICKETS; SEVEN ARE SHOT other things: Motl, after an absenco of twenty "It Is not In Flnlnnd or Ksthonln yi,aM fl.oln jContucky, will como to Urn the Immense world combat against Be Women-Un- ion Louisvilo as the guest or the Slate Two of Wounded Said to 284,000 cupltnllsm run ho fought, but In Auier- - .. .. Officials Claim M- A- (" He will . leu nml ..ii in ti.o Are Out be the guest of honor at n fnr Kant." dinner by tho Citizens' Conference Reveals Military Policy. Pittsburgh. Pa., Sept. 23. William Z. Tho bolshevik armies, Trotzky con- Hi Tho Seelhach at 0:30 o'clock. Koster, secretary of the nntlonnl comtinued, would continue their previous Moro than 100 are expected to hear mittee for organizing Iron and steel method gnve out the following ut their enemies Dr. Moll's address on "My Impres- workers, singly. Oenerul Denlklne's turn would sions nnd Experiences With Refer- figures as Indicating the number of como after Admiral Kolchak had been men on ence to tho Present World Situation Chicago strike: bentcn, ho declared. 0.000 district The turn of the and Us Claims." 80,000 Poles would follow and ufter them Cleveland 10,000 Voungstown proper the Itoumnuluns would bo dealt with. "Wo havo proposed peuco to nil the district, IncludFrankfort, Ky., Sept. 29. Tho Youngstown New Ilnltlc states, which aro insignificant," ing Shnron, Knrrell, Vocational Education Board today Trotzky snld. "At tho snme tlmo we adopted Castle, Strowthers, llutler by tho a plan worked out . minitjtt .t. to.... M,000 Canton and Musslllon , u, luivilltu IIIC 111 111 UlltliUll ui tM.. x 111 Parlment of agr culturo of ho UuITalo 12,000 land, which must guarantee tho cessa- 0,000 Hon of preparations for Intervention University of Kentucky by which Homestead B.OOO In Russia In which case not one red disabled soldiors moro than 10 years Hroddock 3,000 holdler will cross tho frontier. But of ago who can read and writo may Rankin 4,000 if i ininnd wishen wur It will be nee-- j tako courses in agriculturo and Clalrton 12.000 essnry to begin ngulust her a cum farm mechanics at tho university, Moncsscn uud Dtiuora W.000 Wheeling pnlgu of extermination such us hither0.000 Steubenvlllo to bus been unknown to history." Frnnkforl, Ky., Sept. 20. Instruc0.000 Pueblo Tomsk Captured, Reds Claim. 12,000 and McKccsport nnd Duquesno London. Sept. 'Jfi. A bolshevik wire- tions as to how discharged 15.000 may got frco Pittsburgh city less mckMigu received from Moscow disabled soldiers 4.000 says that red troops commanded by courses in vocational training are Vnndergrlft 2.000 Oenerul Lubkoff uro reported to have heinjr sent out by V. O. Gilbert, Su- Leechburg B.OOO occupied Tomsk, MX) miles rust of perintendent of Puhlio Instruction. Ilrackeurldgo 10,000 Omsk, tho seat of govern- Disabled soldiers who deslro to Johnstown 4,000 Coutesvlllo ment on tho rullwuy learn trades should All out applicaHue. 284,000 Total tion blanks at thoir local Red Cross Reds Meet Many Defeats. Pittsburgh, Pa., Sept. 23. The great Sept. US. The uttempt by the Soolotlos. Thcso cards will bo forParis, twenty-fou- r bolshevlkl to ncgotluto peuco with warded to W. F. Shaw, direotor of steel strike, less than hours old, saw Its first tragedy when and LtlvLs. and ludlcajlona that Rehabilitation In this Division, and guards nt mills at the Curuectg Steel (Continued on Psg eight) (Continued on Pago Fivo) (Continued oa Fsgs Eight) people are here for the first time and, in fact, away from home for the first time in their lives. It is a big event to go away from home to school. It means making new friends, seeing new sights, finding new incentives and encountering new temptations. While there are some sixteen hundred students in Berea, and as they go and come there will be twenty-fiv- e hundred before the year is over. These young people are not all in one big camp. There are five departments, each having its own buildings and teachers, and each hav-- a separate campus for its young" men anJ young women. This makes ten campuses in all, five campuses of young women and five campuses of young men, and in each of these campuses there can be intimate acquaintance and a feeling of homeness. Besides this we have the county groups. Avery County, N. Carolina, has somq thirty students here, and there are one bunded other Mountain Counties, each of which has its County group of young people who knew each other more or less before they came to Berea. Besides the studies of the five departments, there are the public things like Music,;. Sports and Lectures, in .which alLshare, We. shall. soonsbvjiavjng Day", and we have just had a number of wonderful lectures by Dr. Powers, who has told the things we all wished to know about our foreign neighbors, our allies, and the League of Peace. One who has been a Berea student will have friends and acquaintances all over the country as long as he, lives. Druk. chief of service, xvnr department, testified before n house Investigating committee that he hud sent 470 messages tn the department of sales concerning surplus motor vehicles belonging to the department. Oenernl Drake has charged also that Secretory linker has vlnlnted the law by transferring more than $1.1,000.000 worth of vehicles to the other departments, "without due compen-'utlon,which the law provides. 11. Hrlg. Gen. C. tht motor transport U. S. News I Sf Kentucky News ng I I RuL-im- i.., .,.,"... j j Amerlcnn Kedernttnn of Labor, na recognition of the right of employees "to be henrd, to organize nnd to have some voice In determining conditions under which they Inbor." Appearing as Inbor's second witness In the sennte Inbor committee's Investigation of tho iteel strike. President Oompers drew from his experiences 'ns chnlrman of the first committee to the steel Industry nnd traced the history of orgnnlzcd labor's efforts to unionize the steel workers. Gary to Be Next. When he finished the committee adjourned until next Wednesday, nt which time K. II. Gary, chairman of the United Stntes Steel corporation, has promised to nppenr. "The right to be henrd Is what the steel workers ore asking nbove alt else," Oompers snld. "The right to spenk with their employers through their own representatives, to hnve some voice In determining conditions under which they work. "The right of workers to association has been denied, denied with nil the power nnd Influence nnd wenlth of the steel corporation, denied by brutal nnd unwnrrnntnble meuns. "It hns been said that most of the men tnklng pnrt In this strike nre'of-foreigbirth nnd not naturalized citizens. Thnt mny be nnd no doubt Is true. Tho lnrgest proportion of steel corporation employees are of foreign birth, but these men were brought hero by the companies. 'There wns for years ajsystematlc "effort to' brlng In these gangs from' Europe. There was a systematic effort to eliminate Amerlcnns. They hnve a hnrvest to reap now. These steel com mules brought nbout the stnte of which they now complain. Hours Made Abnormally Long. "Under the efforts of the steel corporation the hours of labor wero always abnormally long. They never seemed satisfied until they had their men tolling seven dnys n week, 303 days n yenr. When the shifts chnnged, from day to night, they got thetu working 24 hours n day. "Tho right of association, the to organize met with the sternest opposition by the steel corporation. The appeals coming to us from their employees wero for help In organizing. But most of the efforts were slaughtered by the detectives ond the ngencles In the company pay. More than CO per cent of nil the private detective agency effort in this country has been devoted to spying on employees, In mines nnd mills. They havo been used ns agents provocateurs to Induce men to commit some overt net; to get them to strike too soon." "In the steel Industry," he continued, "men were discharged for merely talking of organization or for grumbling. "There hnve been numbers of men watched so closely thnt when they rented a Iinll the proprietor wns told to lock tho doors against them. Their meetings oh rented ground hnve been broken up. Tho men were run down, dispersed and some assaulted." "Can you give Instances of thnt last practice?" asked Senntor Sterling (Rep.) of South Dakota. "Yes, nt McKeesport," Oompers responded. "Sinew this strlko thu olllces of the Iron nnd steel workers thero hnve been closed ugnlnst them. Act to Prevent Strike Success. "I suppose that has been dono on the theory thnt collection of crowds woul create disorder," Senator Sterling rcmnrked. "I don't know the theory," Mr. Oompers said. "Hut I do know tho purpose. It was to prevent tho leaders from counseling with tho men and milking the strike effective." Only In the event of wnr, the labor lender declared, should the rights of free speech nnd assembly be restricted. They should not be. he snld, for a n pt , triiiis-Slberln- n "privateering corporation." "I know that many of the public authorities I" districts of Pennsylvania nro under the direct domination of thu United Stntes Steel convolution," the witness declared, pounding tho tnble. "Tho whole conduct of the strlko In Pennsylvania shows." Mr. Oompers "that whatever helps tho corporation ngalnst the workers, will have tho support of Pennsylvania authorities." China Declares War Ended. Peking. Sept. 25. A mandate Issued by President Usu Shlh Chung formally declares the state of war betweea China and Qennauy at an end. Page Two. TUB CITIZBN October 2, 1019 CASUALTY TOTALS ar- MAKING AN AIR TRIP AROUND THE EDGE OF ' THE U. S. sran v So n race possesses or the lolal amount. All Committee to Quiz Gary, Fltipajrlck Ihe Latin peoples together have less and Other Principals In Industhan one percent as much. Our do trial Crisis. main is so nroad and our soli so LIST DROUGHT HOME BY GENWashington, Sept. '.Investigation fertile that it has been estimated ERAL PERSHING HAS DEEN (his country could support of the strike of steel workers with it that REVISED MANY TIMES. view to lirteeu hundred millions or people, remedial determining whether federal nctlon Is possible will be almost the present population of mmie hero by the scuntu labor comthe earth. Many countries cannot mittee. THE DEATHS NUMBER 77,476 much lunger feed their own people Ulhert II. Onry. chairman of the ruglaud will have tn let live mil board of the United States Steel corieus of her inhahilnuls go, nnd Ger poration, and John l'ltzmtrlck, chairNearly All Those Who Gave Up Their many twelve millions, before they man of the committee for the organizaLive Are Burled In France Splenthe can become There tion of by steel workers, were did Showing Made by the Medical telegraph to testify before is sadness in the contemplation or the committee Immediately after the Branch. Hie pnssing or Ihe scepter or leader ennte without n roll call adopted n ship from Kurope. Dy JAMES P. HORNADAY. retnltitlon by Senator Kenyon (Itep.) A comparatively small number po of town, nuthorlzliig the Inquiry. Washington. Gen. John J. Pershing lire the world. Three fourths of the brought homo with lilm from France Senator Kenyon, who Is chairman of disunity totnls which represent the human fmutly cannot keep order at the Investigating committee, snld n fliml researches of the thousands of home without outside help. Great quick Inquiry was planned so that a men ompl(iyel In the work of InvestiHrilain has chiefly performed this report could be mnile lo the senate A photograph of the Martin bombing plane which left Mlnenln. U I, on u trip around thslge of the I'nlted gating the ciisimlty lifts. Aildltlonnl service, In the past, but has given! without delay. casualty lists will ho made puhllc from States. I.lent. Col. It. S. llnrtz and four men comprise the crew. They will continue, to the Pncllle coast mid return notice mat it cannot do so pennn-nenll- y. time to time ns long ns there nre via southern California. The changes in modern lite PLAN EQUAL CAMPAIGN VOICE Anierlcnn soldiers In Kurope or In rcqulra an Increase in the rorces Asia, nnd until peace Is formally deconttnnrs to prow. It now has more Atlantic City Meeting clared they will hivereilltod to the than 60,000 members, and organizers ued for restraining evil. Central Democrats atRanklno North, West Consider great war. The totals that are now Asln is a storm center. The vast were recently dispatched from bend- and South With East available may be regarded ns Hunt, hordes of Hast are (Conl intied from lnt week) i ii i'ii-- i ; fMilti: nil iii- so far as actual part clpntlon of the uiintivio pressing hard upon the higher civi to attempt to enroll all fed- Atlantic City. X. .1.. Sept. 27. Anierlcnn troops In the war nre con 'Strumous In Inst, week's Citicn a glimpse side of the Central Powers, this lization or the West. It is still enil employees In the union. nf cnnqifilgn work which ccrned. Luther C. Steward, president of the was given of the earlier lectures of trade was stopped, Untold (i)iiinti-hee- true that Torre and not argumonls would give the north, west nnd south According to the figures which Genpiled up keep order, liven in Hoslon, with an oq'iiil voire with the east was one eral Pershing brought back with him organization, asserts thnt It Is work- Dr. H. II. Powers, who so nbly ad- lies of grain have f the big questions to come before 77.470 soldiers of the United Stntes ing for the following things: A living dressed us throughout the week. along tho coast of tho Illack S'ua, Its vaunted culture, i required only view is now contin- and left to rot, while multitudes llfleen minutes or absence of police- the executive committee of the DemoThis hinls-oy- e hnve been burled In foreign lands since wnge for nil government employees; mitbuml committee In session the United Stntes entered the war. retirement with ny for nil superan- ued. On Wednesday hight, the 2Hh, have starved. men to sot a mob to destroying cratic The lure. ilnn whs said virtually to More than 70.0(H) of these men nre bur- nuated employees; stnndarlzatlon of tho topic wns, "Japan and tho Far For many a day the intelligonco properly nml lawless women lo be assured of adoption. It contemled In France. The others have found 'duties and wages and nutomutle In- Kasl." Tho contrast between Japan resting plnees In SIberln. In England. crease In pay based on meVit ; a fed- and China was niailo impressive. nf Hie earth has agreed that the in snatching goods from the store. plates the division of Ihe country Inelllcient Turk oiigit to be dislodged I'here is a loud call' upon us lo to four zones, ns follows: Kastern, eral personnel board, with nuthorlty In Itnly nnd In Germany. Of the 77.470 men of the expedition-nr- y to ndjust salaries and conditions of The former has a very cfllcicnt from his point of vantage and his lake into our hands the. key lo those te Include New I 'inland nnd the midemployment ns circumstances wnr-ra- government, ami the people nro on empire of unrelated and discordant vast regions of Ain and liurope dle Atlnntlc states, with henilnuur- forces who hnve not returned ; equal pay for equal work for the alert to keep well abreast with peoples were killed In action, 1.1.H.17 died broken in pieces. In times having their only outlet lo the sea ters In New York ; Southern. Including the southeastern stntes, with from wounds received In action. 23,G.Vi government employees, men and wom the most advanced thought and ma- past the jealousies of each other, ind roreign ports tliroiiL-l- i Hint In Washington; Middle West-edied of disease, nnd r.2s9 died from en; equal suffrage; greater political terial improvements of tho day. on Hie part of progressive nations. wonderful natural canal so easily Including the central states, with accident. It hns leen the history of freedom for federal employees; n real 'Flirt Inllnit Itna nlmikil r nnnlnnl i.iim mis iiiinirai. nn i.viiu.11 nns prevented mis nappy cotisum- - guarded by queenly Constantinople headquarters probnbly In t Ilutte. Niii nearly all wars that the toll of dis- merit system, Including a ease was greater than the toll of bat- civil service commission to succeed the governmonl, and the aulhorties of malum. Hut now the empire, so sitting by its side. We mny see no Mont., nnd the Western zon comcommission, nnd n tne various local units liavo no care long a curse to mankind, suddenly selllsh interest luring us to the prising the I'nclflr coast and the southtle, but It will be observed thnt so present far ns the expeditionary forces were training school where all government neyotm me neeiis ciose ai nano. fa3 to pieces. The Uritish have task. Hut we are called upon to west, with hendqilHrters In Seattle or concerned the number killed In battle employees mny be given nn opportu- The mass of (lie people are unpro-gressiconquered the valleys of the Ku serve the world. Let us do our Portland. Other matters to lie taken exceeded by nearly 11,000 the number nity to study all executive positions, and seemingly almost desti- phrates and Tigris rivers and in two part according to the advantages up nre plans to organize the women of the country by stntes and for tho who died from dlsense. If the number this school to be maintained by the tute of national patriotism. Much years have done more toward pro placed in our bunds; but lei us de financing nf the Pemocrntlc presidenkilled In nctlon be consolidated with federal government. of Doctor Powers' lecture was de- - paring for the of cide for ourselves upon our plan tial committee net year. the number who died from wounds, Its Influence on Congress. oled to showing from the map the thai once garden spot than has been of action. America and Americans the toll In battle Is twice ns great as government Something like 30.000 great importance or uie biiantune .lone for two thousand years before. ongiu to study carefully the needs the toll of dlsense. employees here have become members Credit to the Medical Branch. wuii us minion or so nml vast Arabian Peninsula is in- - of all lands nnd contribute our best his spots." No means would bo nog- t of the organization within the last In this connection It may be reby Ja-- 1 hnbitated by people not at all friend-pa- n, Iforls accordingly, with n devotion lected to win over the weak states fifteen mouths. They nre exerting In- of people, now controlled marked that General Pershing since be fluence on congress. To this Influence and the most valuable and y to the oppressive Turkish lo humn welfare which is world- - lo German 's interests, and each of returned to this country hns given un- mny be populated part of the (eminent. Much of it is barren, but neltiding. theoe insignillcanlly small nationaltraced the defeat of legislation stinted credit to the medical branch recently proposed to lengthen the Chinese Empire. It is of strategi ' n ribbon on the south nml alnnir tlm Doctor Powers' discussion or Hip ities would have its vote in Uie Asof the army for the work It nd working hours of government em- importance a commanding the Sea is fertile. Here has been League or Nations project, now be- sembly nnd be equal there to the throughout the wnr. The American the expeditionary forces, official compari- ployees without Increase In pay; per proach to the I'eehili Gulf, into set tin a new nation. Iledinz. II rm- - fore the U. S. Senate and tho coun- greatest, world power. Our distina law giving n 10 sons show, were the. healthiest nrmy enactment of whieh flows the Ilwangho and tains tho sacred cilia?, Mecca and try, was or special interest. De- guished speaker full certain that in that ever went forth to represent a cent nnnunl Increase In salary to nil o'lior rivers which drain most of tho .Medina, original scat of the Moham- - ferent phasosof tho subject were lime Uie inner Council will be Inreceiving country. It Is n nntnhle fact, too. so government employees here pival empire. Mow tho Japanese tnedan religion. 'Hie headship ot elucidated in his successive morning creases!, lie tears that tho tendency nrmy officers say, that the health of $1,200 or less and nn lncrenso of 5 per into tneir hands,' that religion, which was usurneil alks. which can best be considered lo arrange in groups, already quite cent for nil government employees re- got tins the expeditionary forces Improved ns apparent, will simply give us, in together. time went on. If the forces had not ceiving from $1,200 to 51.S0O a year; how they have improved it, and by the Turkish Sultan, will bo form they will demand as stored to the lineal descendants of suffered from the epidemic which pre the enactment of legislation providing lie llrst placed betoro his hearers, another form, the same "balance of . . t -- 1. vailed a year ago the record for health-fulnes- s for a flat Increase of $10 n month the price of turning it back to .iiiiiiiiinei.i ureeco is to receive, a on the blackboard, a classified list power" situation which has existed up to China, are points or receiving would hnve been even more for all employees vital interest. considerable increase of territory, in or Ihe nations or the world. The. in former years. There are signs of remnrknble thnt It Is, nsscrt officer. $2riOO n year; legislation providing I'he speaker gave his hearers much Kurope and Asia, where tho Greek live "Great Powers," supposed lo an alignment or Italy and Japan The longest casualty list that has for the creation of a Joint committee food for thought upon Ibis live stock of inhabitants predominates, practically control the League, are against America, Hrilain and France. on reclassification of salaries In the been placed on file In the war departquestion. thus paving the way for some re- America, Hrilain. France, Italv. and Naturally Germany will gravitate ment for preservation for nil time con- departments, a commission that Is Dr. Powers' lecture of Thursday newal of Greece's ancient glory. Inpan. Germany Italy and Japan. Mora tains the names of the men who were now fit work. stands by itself. toward serious still ls the fact that France, The objectors to the government morning, in Uie Main Chapel, was Hut who shall be given tho solemn as the one great nation, still wounded In nctlon, but who survived feared now an ally or Great Hrilain, seems those wounds. On this list as It stands employees' organizing hnve as a rule upon "Turkey and the Xear Kasl." task of policing that priceless water and possibly not to be admitted to today are 214,421 names. This brings voiced the fear that the tlmo would It is a mailer for regret that a way, meaning so much for tho less closely joined thereto than iur i.eague. i no uve the total casunltles of the expedition- come when the organized employees brier slalemenl or the Tacts present some lime ago. It we are to have ary forces up to 2M,Sfi7. The olllclnl would strike. The present officers of ed is all that Is practicable. The world's commerce and tho future of colonies or tbe'Hritish limpire. Aus- the three great nntions, America, mankind? Hussia, if clothed and tralia, Cannda, India, New Zealand, reports show that nearly 0 per cent the organization say no such danger of the men wounded In .nctlon returned or possibility exists. It is nsserted that Turkish Kmpire lias been the sceno in its right mind, would shout "I, ami South Airica, each to be given Hrilain and France, in close alliance, or some or Hie tnrst revolting crimes or course." Hut there would to duty. n vast majority of the employees who be a a vote in tho League Assembly, woro on the one band, and on the other Germany, Italy and Japan Ajnular-l- y During the period the expeditionary hnve Joined the federal union were or all history. Hie treatment ot tho chorus of opposition, as it would next named. Then followed n list forces were actually engaged In nulled, and each parly on tho assured by the officers of the union Armenian Christians beggars de make llussia overshadowingly great, or eight powers generally recognized Mhe dally casualty lists con- that a strike ngalnst the government scription. Yet the individual Turk (real. Hrilain is already overbur- as alert to win the weaker powers to civilized and to be depended on tained the nnmes of many men who would never be called. Nevertheless is not generally a vicious person. dened, as the world's Chief or Police, to fulllll their treaty obligations. ils side, the chances tor permanent were reported ns missing In nctlon. Dur- there Is n good denl of uneasiness Hut Hie government has been inef does not want this job and ought Next be gave a formidable array pence may not be improved by tho ing somo periods of the wnr this list nmong members of congress over the League. not he ask'ed to take it. Germany or forty-on- e of nnmes reached up Into the thou- possibility of tho government's being ficient in Uie extreme. Constantiindependent slates, Hul Doctor Powers by no moans sands. The burenu of senrchers or- embarrassed by a general strike of its nople is in some respects Hie most long has been casting covetous each lo be given a voice and a vole ganized by Oenernl Pershing did ItR employees at some time In thu future. important city in the world. It glances in that direction; but to in the considered the situation hopeless. Assembly, but work so effectively that at this time is impregnable, uie region immetrust Germany with the control of either so poor, so unsettled, or so He did us a groat sorvico in bringTo Check Automobile Thefts. there are on the rolls of the wnr deor the dilllculties ot diately about it controls the im- Constantinople and the Dardanelles unreliable The federal government proposes that treaty contracts ing out some partment, out of the millions of men the states In their efforts mense commerce passing through is unthinkable. Whit then? The with them separately could scarce- the situation into bold relief. The nrmy for the emer- to who entered the foundation upon which we shall gency, the names of only two men who to put n stop to the theft of autnmi-hlle- the Hosphorus and the Darda- speaker defers his answer until the ly be trusted. Then we hail our at Congress, tho committee on nelles, the most inmporlant of night address were listed ns missing In action. The tention called lo a few diminutive build our subsequent opinions has department has hope that even yet It Judlclnry of the house of representa- all water channel. Through them On Thursday night Doctor Powers stales, scarcely equal lo an average been broadened. Any who woro may ascertain the fnte of these men. tives says, Is the only power compe- the vast wheat crops or Southern gave a lyceiim township, yet to be counted in. be- ready to accept with enthusiasm address, a small tent to legislate on tills rapidly Itussia have been going out to feed Bodies May Be Left There. the llrst idealistic draft or a confee being chained. His cause admittedly independent. n bill With the return of General Pershing growing evil, nnd has reported the world. Hefore the war twelve lopic was The proposed Leaguo Government stitution for a Leaguo of Nations "America and World which. It Is believed, will get through nnd his staff to the United Stntes the thousand heavily laden merchant will be moro charitable toward question ns to whnt the government each house uncontested. The pro- vessels passed through in a year. Leadership." Jieforo tho war our was explained in detail. The country was rapidly forging its way Council, 0f nine members, is thiye who demanded time fnr takwill ultimately do nbout the bodies of posed legislation based nn the princiing lite sober second thought and,.4 exWith Turkey in the war, on tho to a position the 77,470 men who were burled abroad ple thnt congress has tho right to of national leadership. to contain one each rrom the above-nammo juuioious third ono beforo tak- - ' ercise nny kind of power over e more attention. It Is not attracts What was before coming gradually, live great powers, together In Interstate commerce, that nt this time to foreshndow the now has come as if by miraolo. with tour others to be chosen by ing a stand upon n matter of so Is to say automobiles that move from thieves who mnke n specialty of this vital concern. Assuming Hiat thoro plnn thnt will eventually be followed. crime do not steal many nf the higher while other nations have been im- the Assembly. For the present tho About the time the armistice wns one stnte to nnotber. priced cars, Ihe reason being, of poverished by the war we have four ravored stales are to bo Slmin. is to be a League, in a somewhat Thieves steal automobiles nnd take signed the wnr department nnnnunced modillcd form, Doctor Powers gave course, that they are not so easily sold. grown rich. The cost of tho war. Helgium, Greece, and Hrazil. Hut thnt bodies would not hp brought them from one stnte to another nnd During the calendar yenr 1018, '."2.273 for our government, approximates wo were reminded that it will bo his views as to how we may hopos home unless relatives Insisted on It. ofttlmes hnve associates In this crime enrs were In derive rrom it some lasting good. reported stolen In IS west-eLater on that nnnouncernent was modi-fle- who receive nnd sJI the stolen cars, or dollars thirty possible for the Assembly and tlilrly nnd middle western cities. The thousandbillions The United Slates and Groat Hrit-ai- u by n statement thnt the livery state has n Inw nn the subject, slightly nrillimwl Tho Jlguros Council sometime to elect other Mich., must be friends forever. Upon department hoped everybody concerned nccordlng to tho house committee on city nf Detroit. stolen; headed the list stagger us. Hut the monoy paid Chicago camo out members of the Council and thus no one thing Judiciary, these laws hnve proved In- with 2,0.17 cars would be willing to ncqulesco In a plnn does the fuluro or tho nas gone to our own citizens. In overcome the controlling influence second with 2,011.. and St. Louis to leave the bodies of the heroes over adequate to meet the evil. A Inrge with 27211. Kansas City led In third cars considering (he expenses of oilier of the live leading powers, into world so much depend. We aro tho there. So fnr ns the wnr department percentage of the thieves escape, anil stolen and not recovered, Ifl por hope or mankind. Helligerent states cent. governments, it is to bo remembered whose hands the destinies of nre Is concerned the matter rusts nbout thousands of stolen machines the Congress hns from time to time never recovered because, so It Is as- Hi. i.ouis wns second witli 10 per Unit much of the money expended world are supposed lo be placed. will hosilale about lighting, H tbeso there. cent of stolen cars Inst absolutely. two mighty powers unite in saying, Indlcnted thnt it might legislate on serted, tho stolen machines nre rushed has of The purpose of the federal autoriio-bil- e IT. . gone abroad,II. most .. it tn the Add to all this the fart that dis- "I'eace, he still." France, though . It mjght order the from the stnte In which they are the subject, thnt Llnl... annus, iieioro tne war we agreements already are springing up , law Is to suppress crime In Inter- uiiimii somewhat different in tomperamont, bodies brought home on request of stolen into nnoiner state, ine novo-cntes of federal legislation on the sub state commerce. The house committee were owing abroad ten thousand among the "Hig Five," nnd open must be held in closo relatives. alliance. To millions of dollars. This has beon hostilities at other points, and the to the peo-pl- o on Judiciary holds that automobiles ject point out that the loss In the meantime the groves commisthis end thoro must bo laotrulnoss of the I'nlted Stntes by reason of ndinlttedly nre tangible property, reversed, and more than ten tlious-nu- il solemnity of nn entrance into the sion which General Pershing created used. There must bo special treaty capable of being transmitted In Intermillions are due to us. On the Leaguo at once becomes, apparent hns, nccordlng to the testimony of this stealing amounts to hundreds of According to tho cominside the League; not secret but many Americans who hnve been over thousands of dollars every year nnd state commerce. reason oilier hand, the cost to Great HrilDoctor Powers feels quite aure mittee, no good exists why conknown to the world. Finally Gerground, done splendid work in as- Is getting worse. the that, granting that Uie Leaguo realgress, Invested with the power to regu- ain of this war has "been ono-thl- nl many, a regenerated Germany, must sembling the bodies of tho soldiers Theft Insurance Up 100 Per Cent. late commerce nmong the several of all Its wealth. The cost to Franco ly goes Into effect, Germany will be mado a Into central cemeteries In Franco nnd friend. World peaco is It is also asserted In support of the stntes, should not provide thnt such has been The whole soon he admitted. On account or Uie marking of graves. proposed legislation thnt it Is get- commerce should not be polluted to bo secured by continuing forby world, excepting possibly Japan, Its size and importanco it soon not Federal Employees' Union. ting so now It Is difficult for the own- the carrying nf stolon property ever, with reference lo n nationfrom has agents in (his country seeking would be given a place in the execu n During recent weeks coners of tho cheuper cars to obtain theft one state to another. ality so strong and aspiring, a polto negotiate number of congressmen Insurance due to the great loss that Inloans. Wo are the tive Council. The small neutral siderable The governors of several states and Germany is have taken tho position in puhllc surance companies have sustained. tho polree authorities of a large num- purse holders or tho human racol states adjacent to Germany anil in icy of repression. addresses that tho employees of the Tho Judiciary "committee points out ber of cities have advised the commit-eThe physical force once required largo measure dependent upon it needed ns a buffer against the still dangerous farther Hast. Wo will federal government should not be.per-tnltte- d that during the lust year automobile on tho Judiciary of the house of to carry on great enterprises, and would surely fnvor Germanv in to organize In spite of the op- theft Insurance on the cheaper classes representatives that federal legislation to produce nnllo in hoping that under God's wealth, was chiefly hu- this matter. Germany's proven ge position that has been voiced, the na- of cars has Increased 100 per cent. dealing leadership, tho projeoted league automobiles would man muscle. Now It is tho black nius for Intrigue would come into may yet bo Tho. couiuilttee. fcAys Unit. JiulataobJJe be welcome. tional federation of federal employee mado n boon to coming giant reposing in the bosom of the play. "The leopard bus not ohanged generations. Lo Vant Dodge. Anglo-Saxo- The Iwo-thlrt- earth, anil bis name is COAL far as we know our country lias SENATE CALLS LEADERS hair Ihe coal or the whole globe. IN BIG STEEL STRIKE ! ls ARE CALLED FINAL - - t If i sum-mnne- il r Dr. Powers Addresses senil-eiviliz- m-i- ed tt .1 head-quarte- . non-par- ve ( gov-dens- , re-w- - v hos-tllltl- s. ed nuto-mobll- pos-slbl- d i. I . two-thin- ls. o wlth-stolc- n October 2, I HI? nib ctTUKs Hnrnos passed his hand over bin "He he represented brow, dazed. himself as n book agent," he mumbled, striving to collect himself. "Jones knew him. Said he hnd been around here for weeks. I "That's the man," said O'Dowd, scowling. "He trotted all over the county, selling books, Kor tho love of It. do ye think? Not much. He hnd other fish to fry, you may be sure. Humes, If we ever lay hands on thnt friend of yours well, he won't have to fry In hell. He'll be burnt nllve. Thnnk Hod, my mind's at rest on ono score. She didn't skip nut with Ii If it. They nil think he did. Not one of them suspects thnt she 'enme nwny with you. There Is plenty of evidence thnt she let him In through her wigroup of men whoso fealty cotltd n he questioned. The man you know ns I.oeb Is In reality my cousin. I hnve known him nil my life. He Is the youngest brother of the pretender to tho throne, nnd n cousin of the prince who Is held prisoner by the Austrlnns. Tills prince has n brother nlsn, and It was to him that I was supposed to deliver the Jewels. I traveled from New York, but not alone as you may I was carefully protected from the time I left my hotel there until well, until 1 arrived In Hoston. "While there I received n secret message from friends In Cnnnda directing me to go to Spanish TalK where I would be met nnd conducted by Prince Sebastian himself to the plnce called Oreen Taney, which wns: nenr the Cnnndlnn border. A snfe escort would bo provided for us, nnd vve would be on Hrltlsh soil within n few hours after our meeting. It Is only necessary to add that when I nrrlved nt Green Fancy I met Prince Ugo and understood! I hnd carefully covered my tracks after lenvlng Hoston. My real friends were, nnd still nre, completely In the dnrk us to my movements, so skilfully was tho trick mutinged. "And now for Chester Nnlsmlth. It was he who, acting for the misguided loyalists and recommended by certain young nrlstocrnts who by virtue of their own dissipations had come to know him ns a man of Infinite resourcefulness nnd daring, planned and carried out the pillaging of the palnco vnults. Almost under the noses of the foreign guards he succeeded In obtaining the Jewels. No doubt he could have made off with them at that time, but he shrewdly preferred to hnve them brought to Amerlcn by some one else. It would have been Impossible for him to dispose of thetn In Europe, You see how cunnmg be Is? "He was no doubt thwarted In lila tlcslgn to wnylny me on the roai from Kpnnlsh Pulls by n singular occurrence In this tavern. He wns nttneked In Ms room here, overpowered, bound and gagged by two men. He knew the men. They were thieves ns clever nnd as merciless ns himself. They too were wntehing for me. I do not know how these men learned of my Intention to come to Green Fancy." "Thoy enme to the Tavern four 6r five days before your arrival nt Green Fancy," Harries Interrupted. "Sprout e told ine that they were secret service men from abroad nnd that he was working with them. My theory Is this, and I think It Is Justified by events: The men were really secret agents, sent here to watch the movements of the gang up there. They came upon Sprousu nnd recognized him.. On tho tiny mentioned they overpowered him and forced him to reveal cijrtaln facts connected with affairs nt Green Fancy. Possibly he led them to bolleve that you were one of the conspirators. They waited for your arrival nnd then risked the hnznrdous trip" to Green Fancy. They were discovered und sliot." "I believe you are right," she cried. "Then we hnve accounted for Mr. Sprouse, nnd I am no longer Interested In the unraveling of the mystery surrounding the deaths of Itoon and Paul," said Harnes. "There Is nothing to keep me here any longer, Miss Cam-creI suggest that you nllow mo to bus-po- Page Ihipj. CONTROL 16,000 GREEN FANCY I" MILES OF PHONES United m,ii...'i'i: . NS1 l 4 GEORGE RARR. A C.RAUSTARK,""THE .hollow of HER HAND," "THE OF GRAUSTARK." ETC -- A.PRINCE States Army Perfects Fine Oc- Telephone System in cupied Territory. HANDLE 15.QQ0 CMS DAILY m&maJSR8Ffv SBSSSffiSm; SYNOPSIS. ndow" to bo ilolnir n well in could be expected," ald Mls Tliiirkerny dryly, K. "Has nhe hntl coffee and " OII.MTKIt I!nrn. wnilthy Nrw YorW.r, on n wilklre; trip "I am Rolni? after It now. It seems Kiiqlnn.l U raiitfht In n tliroi h . atnrm mllea from III itrstlnntfcin At a that she Is In the bnblt of hnvlng It cmrnrnt, point he inreln a, mrl In the In bed. I wlidi I had her Imagination. aame llht V ''Mo they itlMMiaa trio an Biif nbr. Rent to meet the It would bo great to Imagine Unit all In Riven u lift to llsrns f1rt, iTlven nml white the Klrl In tnken you liuve to do In to any, 'I think I'll tavern, on to her nVMInntlnn, whlolt alie tell have coffee and rolls and one crr' cent Ilarnet la n puce r!W Oreeti Fancy. up, nnfl then pi on believing your wish the tuvern Ilirn ei would come true. Still, I don't mind. CIIAPTm il-- At fulls In with a strandm trnui- - of "hat e liirmlnr" artorm, ienilel liy Lyndon She fecms so nlre nnd pathetic, and In Ui In roft, mil become Interests in trouble, and thtro. If "Thnnk you, Mls Thnekerny, CIIAPTril JII-- Ax the storm crows, you will pee thnt die ha her coffee liirnra tlrwl I naelf worrying orer tit I'll I'll wnlt for you here In the hull of the Kit I, travellnc over the mountain joatla ill whnt he coiiafc1rii I can't tell you nnd try to explain. He learna ttuit Own everything nt present not without her Fancy Isefel. aemethlnt; of it houan of Two moiintM n.en leae the tavern content but what I do tell will be In a manner which aruutei Humes' putllclcnt to mnke you think you nro Hutching to n chapter of a dime novel." N CM meeta "Mien Tiiflrk-erarA1TKII IV-- He leadlnR lady nt the atmntlml ll"t-rletro'iWJ. who Is nrtlng aa chamber-tiMu- d He linil already taken 1'utnam Jones Thnt nlaht he la areuceil hy the bringing of a nytnpr man to the tavern, Into his confidence. He nw no other one iif the tvn who hud ridden Atvny a way out of the new nnd somewhat ehort time before They tell of finding the deail body of the other man. lloth had extraordinary rdtuntlon. been (hot. Ills uneasiness Increased to consterwounde.) men. recta-trr- t nation when CHAI'TKU m he discovered that nt the tavern a Andrew l'aul, dies, Ilarne la iMf.irtned lie muet not leave KprmiKP had not yet put In nn appear-mirI)e Until after the .nfju-r- L O'Doud and What had become of the innti? ruto, k legti nt (Ireen I'anry, vralt the tavern. aixirtMly much inyatltletl over lie could not help feeling, however, the affair. tlmt somehow the little nm'nt would tmddcnly pop out nf the chimney In CH UTim nrtvaneea itinh-rramoney autthler.t In file comhis room, or sneak In through a crack ny (nun Ita position, ix thereby l jn Ita orttclal hacker. Jle under the door: nnd luugli at Ills vtetta Oreeri and In the arouwla fear. meet lite nrqualntancc of the ntKht behour, Peter Shortly before tho fore. Undine tier a plrl of aurprlatng beauty. Amen halted the old nutoluobllo from lie CHAI'TKU erema not to be Oreen Fancy In front of the Tavern diwiroua nf rfcuwlimi; hun, and turn by appeara and In apparently and out stepped O'Dowd, followed 'iriVnril friendly faehlnti worts Ilarnea who fcvla no leu n ptruliaKr tliiin tlie pselldo tie Is unwelcome) frum tile Rroumli. Mr. There were a number of PlIAITliK VIM-a- lrx Thackeray warna traveling, lines In the tonneau of the Ilur;. that a man ittoppina at the tavern, oeienethly a ton aitent, liad aearched car. Catrhlng triaht nf Humes, the Irishlila haiMraae lite aloence U'Iowd cornea to the tavrrn and with Ilarnea arx man shouted n genial greeting. other oe oer the ecene of the lnevloua "The top of the moping to ye. You nlai.i ehix'tln ltirnra I Invited to dinticr at (Jievu rainy. reinei Iter Mr. I,oeb. don't you? Mr. Is leuvlng CKAITKll IX-i- na actjualntance cf the Curtis' aeerelnry. Mr. atorm Intrthlured u Mia Cameron.' The makeup of the hoiiee iwrty. particu- u for a few dnys on buslnew. Good larly h man Intnalurwl to hi ill aa ''lxeb," niornltijc, Mr. Itoneface," he allied out and the number of inenavrvanl about the to Putnam Jone who approached at place, wmewtut unlunulit-- lutriie. that Juncture. "Wc are sadly In want Cameron Inform CirviTEIl him ahe la a prleener lit Ui houee. ap- of rasollnu." pealing; to tilra for aid ami Mnttlnx lilm llarue catiglit thu look thnt tho to eerreey. In eonveraatlon with the chauffeur who drive htm lav-- to the Irishman shot at him out of the cortavern, llarn. become there ner of lils eye. I conspiracy of moment rutshltitf af "Perhaps you'd better sec thnt the Ureen 1 amy. scoundrels don't give us short mens-urCIIAtTHU XI- -t breakfaat the Mr. wild O'Dowd. Loeb book atml Intrcxlutt hlmaelt h tipixiu-n (lovernnMBt agent. a second, and then, eviKt'roiiae telle Ilarne he there to watch hesitated for tEU dently In obedience to a command party at (Ireen Kan. y, tlim a refuaee from n country overrun from the speuker's eye. moved off to by the German He aaeerla that .MIa Cameron" la it relative of tie former ruler where Peter was opeulnc tho Intake. of tl.e iievatntd country and thnt vile or O'Dowd lowered lila voice, "lhirnes, nf eiKirrauua value, which ijprouae would I let you off last night, and I let her ri'covi. off us well. In retaru, I ask you to CHAPTKIl XII llarnee agree to ac- hold your tongue until the man down company m it nocturnal vllt to set u fair start. A day's Hturt Oreen I amy, proue with the object of th.-rewciirtr ftarne with tho anil" tin Ji ael hope of reaculnit Mint Cameron." "Are you In danper, too, O'Dowd?" CHAPTICK XHI-Th- ey enter the tirounda 'To be sure but I love It. I can In aalety, 8pruoteromlnK two iun evMentlv on a;urd. IttaiMnu the houaa, always squint! out of tight places." liar no aenda up. Ity meana of it llahiriK "1 would not deliberately put you in rod catrlnl by hprnue. a nute to "Ml Jeoiutrdy. O DowU." Camermi." Inrormlnx of their Intention to entrr the huuM). tfhe uloa to "See here, I am cmlne hack to thnt them, but PpPoute climb Irt her loom und (vi thri'iiKli It on it quest for house up yonder. There Is still work til tiuwn jawet uud atatu for me there. Whnt I'm after now Is "Say. Mr. Uariio-,- " smIiI Miss Tlmck-ira- to get him on the train at Hornvllle. (renil liount later, ciiinlni uiioii I'll 1m here again at four o'clock, on hint lii tilt hull, "I gueaa I'll lmvu to me word of honor. Trust me, ltarnes." "Do you mean to say that you are link .von to explain a 111 tie. Slie'x H nice, pretty kI'I. ami all tlmt, but klie coming back heru to run the risk of won't open her lips alxitit unytlilntr. being-- " "We've hntl wortl that the government has men on the way. Why, hung It all, Ilurneg, don't you know who It was thu engineered that whole 1 1 "All rendy, O'Dowd," called Loeb. "Come along, please." "Coming," said the Irishman. "Don't nurself, old man. Seo you blame later, Hurries. Ho long I" CHAPTER XVI. Enables Commanding General to Keep Hand en Pulse of Army Opera. tors Speak English, French nnd German. Cohlcnz. At the time tho Americans began withdrawing from Germany the United States army bad per- t I" att dan-rtret- mya-ter- The First Wayfarer Visits a Shrine, Confesses, and Takes an Oath. How was he to find the courage to Impart the nppnllltig news to her? He was now convinced beyond all doubt Sprouse hnd madn that the off with the priceless treasure nnd that only a miracle could bring about Its recovery. He realized to what extent he had been shaped Into a tool to be used by the master craftsman. Ho saw through the whole Machiavellian scheme, and he was also now mor- curl-oalt- r. ." nl V-- . t. e. it enlrralnr reli-ae- e nn H-F- , 111 ' ally certain that Sprouse would, have sacrificed him without the slightest hesitation. In the event that anything went wrong with their enterprise, the man would have shot him (lend and earned the gratitude und commendation of his associates I Ho would have been glorified nnd not crucified by Ida friends. With u heavy heart he mounted tho stairs. At the top be pned to deliberate. Would It not be better to keep her In Igivritnce? What was to be Hut gained by revealing to her the Miss Thackeray was luring him on to destruction. She stood outside the door and beckoned. Then she r'osed the door from the outside, and Ihirnos was alone with the cousin of kings and tjueens and princes. "I feared you bad deserted me," she aalil, holding out her hand to him as be strode ncross the room. "I saw no occasion to disturb your rest," he mumbled. "I lam' been peeping," she said, looking at him scnrehingly. "Where going. Mr. Humes?" "O'Dowd sHJ's he Is to be gone for n few days on business," be equivocated. "He will not return," she said quietly, "lie Is n eowurd nt heart. Oh. I know him well," she iont on, scorn In Is Mr. Iieh X-- ' e, e, her tolce. "Was I wrong In not trying to stop him?" be nske'd. She pondered this for a moment. "No," she said, but he caught thu dubious note In her voice. "It Is just as well, perhaps, that he should disappear. His lllght today sjmres but we are more, Interested In the man Sprouse. Has he returned?" "No, Miss Cameron," said ho rue- fully. And then, without a single reservation, he laid bare the story of Sprouse's defection. When he Inquired If slut had heard of the mini known as Chester Nalsmlth. she continued his ' ' fected one of the finest telephone sys tems In F.urope. From the headquarters of the third army In Cohlcnz fifty lines had been set up nnd It Is possible for the command- ' lug general to sit In his olllce and talk with American officers In London, Herlln, Vienna, Itotlerdam, Hrussels, Antwerp. Paris nnd various other European points. The army of occupation )ias it telephone system closely resembling the best commercial system In the United States. On the top floor of the head TO MAKE JOBS FOR CRIPPLES quarters .building In Cohlcnz n nine- wns Installed Australian Government Buys Ameriposition switchboard can Invention to Provide Employ-'mesoon after the Americans reached the for Returned Soldiers. Ithlne. Scattered throughout Coblenz are twenty private branch exchanges Mpnnmlnpp, Mich. A .of the vnrlous units of headquarters. Connected to this system are more mnn operating the newly Invented than four hundred "subscribers" In Moyd loom so Impressed lion. G. M. S. MeNellngo, member of the Ausaddition to the fifty tralian legislature, during a trip lines. through the Lloyd Manufacturing com16,000 Miles of Wire. Within the German occupied nren pany's plant here thnt arrangements there has been established hy the s!g-n- were completed by cable whereby the corps under the direction of Col. Australian government pnys $2."O,O0O Parker Hltt, chief signal officer, a net- for rights to uo the machlpe as well work of wires connecting the various ns Lloyd's new method of production. units of the third army. Direct lines They will only be used In giving employment to returned and crippled connect with nil the corps' nnd divinnd sailors. sions, approximately 10,000 miles of The Lloyd loom Is the first mechnn-lea- l wire being In service. device ever made which will This extensive plant has not. however, been built by the third army, but weave reed or fiber for baby carriages, consists almost nltogether of the Ger- furniture or baskets. From the very man lines tnken over by the slgnnl earliest time even when Moses was corps nnd so nrranged ns to meet the found In the hullrushes, tucked Into a reed basket these articles needs of the army. Sufficient circuits were left, however, for the civilian have been woven by hnnd. Marshall H. Lloyd struggled many years over population to carry on their business. the task while scores of others fulled. Success has finally come In n machine which will weave thes-- fnbrlcs thirty, escort you at once to your friends, times faster than the most skilled wherever they " enn, nnd with much She wns opposed to this plan. While greater perfection. there wns still a chance that Sprouse might be apprehended In the neighborhood, or the possibility of his being Held In Swindle Conspiracy. caught by the relentless pursuers, sho Chicago. Sept. 10. Charles W. declined to leave. French, he "brains" of n $3,000,000 "Then, I shall also stay," said ho "swindle trust," which wns raided In promptly, nnd wns repaid by tho the Majestic hotel, and six of bis as-- I tremulous smile she gave him. He was slstnnts who wero arrested at the helplessly In love with this beautiful jsamo time wero arraigned before And Judge Chnrles F. McKlnley nnd held cousin of kings and queens. when he thought of kings nnd queens on charges of cbnsplracy. French's he renllzed that beyond nil question bond was Uxcd at $15,000 and those of his love wns hopeless. 'the other men nt $10,000. e y one-nrme-d e nl sol-lle- rs hand-made e hand-work- Morn than 15,000 calls nre registered dnlly on the Coblenz switchboard. With the establishment of nn In Coblenz It wns necessnry to employ operators who could speak Kpgllsh, French nnd Gcrmnn. Tho fifteen operntors on duty In Coblenz nro nil members of the women's telephone corps nnd hnve been In the service more than n year. The chief operator, Miss Helen Cook, wns n former employee of the Amcrlran Telephono nnd Telegraph company of New York. Previous to Joining the American expeditionary force. Miss Cook spent six years as Instructor for the Hell system In offices In Chicago, Minneapolis, Omnhn, Clevelnnd, Detroit nnd Memphis. "Doodlebug" Code Name. The word "Doodlebug" Is the code nnme of the third army switchboard In Coblenz, the corps and divisions nlsn retaining the code names that were assigned them during the war. On the telephone dibark of n twenty-pngrectory Issued by the third army the artist's conception of n "doodlebug" hns been reproduced In the shape of n hug made up of n combination of snbres, rifles nnd nn nerlal Ixirab. All the apparatus. Including switchboards, telephone Instruments, and, In fact, everything excepting the wires, Is nf American manufacture nnd Is to be tnken nut when the Atnerlcnns In force say good-bto the ltldne nnd start for France and home. e (Continued next week) ee e ;J ' 11 1 - hr .1 mrSM 1 TAXPAYERS OF KENTUCKY It's Your Pocket Books That Pay the Bill s ipr. hUHliiess XV last night?" .Li it ) IriU'i.T,.,?1"" Humes smiled. "I do. He Is n secret airent from the embassy " "Secret cranny!" almost shouted O'D'iWd. "He is the slickest, cleverest crciik that ever drew tho breath of life. And he's got away with tho Jewels, for which you can whistle In vain, I'm thinking." "l-'o- heaven's sake, O'Dowd" be- gan llarues, his blood llko lco In Ids veins, "Hut don't take my word for It. Ask her upstairs there, God bless her! ask her If the knows Chester She'll tell ye, my bucko. Xulsmlth. He's been standing guard outside her uimlow for the lmst threo nights. "Now I know you nro mistaken," cried lumen, n wave of relief surging over him. "He has been In this tavern every night" "Sure ho has. Hut answer me, did ye ever see him here ufter eleven In tho evening? You did not not until last night, anyhow. In the struggle he had with Nicholas lust night he was recognized. That's why poor old Nicholas Is lying dead up there at thu house now uud will have n decent burial unbeknownst to anybody but his friends." "flood Ood, O'Dowd, you can't menn that he he killed" "He stuck a knife In his neck. The dirty snnkol And) tho chief trusted him as no crook ever wits trusted before. In the name of God, Humes, how did you happen to fall In with thu 1 P:f IT Vv He Was Known to Her as a Thief of International Fame. From the Democratic State Platform, 191S "We fnvor RIGID ECONOMY in the of the State's affairs to the end that the peontn may receive u minimum of service nt u of cost, uud to thnt end we favor the IMMEDIATE ABOLITION OF ALL USELESS und tho render ng of full nnd adequate service In every department of the State PROMISE PERFORMANCE "RIGID ECONOMY" NET RECEIPTS. Wlllson (Hep.) 44 mouths, .$2 l,277,ns.-.1- 9 Gov. Stanley 42 months Gov. 1 1 NET EXPENDITURES. Gov. Wlllson (ltep.) - months. .$24,010,310.53 :!(l,'.'00,429.0l Gov. Stanley 42 months II Stanley's Excess 511,lt)l,41S.C;) Stanley's Kxcess $12,214,118.43 Averaro Monthly Expenditures Gov. Wlllson (Hep.) 44 montlis Stanley 42 months Averato Monthly Kxpcndlturvs--Go- v Stanley's Uxcess $rIO.f07.00 blil,;u:i.00 $:ilU,S:i(.00 He's" "How Ic She7 Is She Rettlno? Does She Seem" She buys you will tlo tho talkliiK. I'm u kooiI sport, you know, ami not especially finicky, but 1M Imte "How Is ithe? Is bhu restlnc? Does she seem " "Well, bho'a stretched out on my bed with tuy bent nlk'htlu on, und Mho seems to' worst fear by describing him as tho guard wlio wntched beneath her window. He was known to her us a thief of International fume. "Voii were no match for Chester Nalsmlth. Do not look so glum. The shrewdest police ntllcers In Kuropo havo never been able to copo with him. Why should you despair?" He sprang to his feet. "Ily gad, he hasn't got ttway with It yet," he grated. "I will run this scoundrel down If I have to devote the remainder of my life to the task." She sighed. "Alns, I fear that I shall have to tell you it little more about this wonderful man you know us Sprouse. Six months ugo the friends and supporters of tho legitimate successor to my country's throne u plan whereby consummated the crown jewels und certain documents of state were surreptitiously removed from thu palace vaults. Instead of depositing thu treasure In Purls, It wus sent to this country In chargo of it I STATE INTEREST.BEARING OUTSTANDING. End of Gov. Wlllson's WARRANTS $ fi(5O,410 57 U,5S0,5:!I.S7 Jane SO, 11)19, term Stanley Admin INTEREST PAID ON STATE WARRANTS. Fiscal eur ending June" 30, 10 11 (Wlllson) $ 51,300.31 Fiscal year ending June 30, 11)10 (Stanley) 271,700.01 Since Gov. Stanley came into office, 311 new office holders have been added to the State pay roll. "Abolition Of All Useless Offices" la, Black Could and Wouldn't Morrow Can and Will HOUSE AT FRANKFORT Page Four. T1IK CITIZEN Oc lobcr 2, iflf Berea College Hospital Urt Ennlpment am! Srnice nt Lowest Son-Parlo- See our line of Coats Prhatc Rooin, Hatlif, Electric Service. Surgery, Care in Child birth, Eye, Nose and Ear GENERAL PRACTICE Come in and visit an elnbllhnicnt, which l a friend In need, and In reach of all the people. Cot. Wards for Men am! for Women, and Suits before you buy. Jeffras Garments mi If4 f tj K Robbrt H. Cowley, M.I)., l'liTlclan Harlan Dudley, M.D., l'hjiclan Built on Mrs. Ansa I'owkll Hackktt, R.N., Superintendent Mr. Hklkx Stiars Siiarpe, R.N., Asltant quality and CHANGE IN RATES Hcglnnlng March I, the rate for hoard and room of private patients will he f i to f 18 per week. The rates for patients cared for In the wards will remain the same ft per day. Ujr Order of Prmlentl.il Committee, Herea College workman ship. They are Made to Making the Nation's Credit Liquid systems insure a steady water supply and large town. The faucet is of very little value without the reservoir behind it. RESERVOIR LOCAL PAGE NEWS OK BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED Fit FROM See our new display of A The Federal Reserve Banking System is n simple and practical means of making the nation's credit liquid at all times. As a member of thnt system, this bank is as independent of local conditions as it is humanly possible VARIETY OF SOURCES "Fitrite" Petticoats We have a complete line of fall dresses in all the new materials. the proud parents of a baby boy, who arrived last week. His name is Robert Luther. Mrs. S. R. Combs and children of Lexington, Ky, spent last week in Berea with relatives. Mr. D. G. Bales and children have recently moved to their property on EUGENE MOYNAHAN Dixie Highway. Attorney-at-LaMr. Ebb Wilson of Nicholasville Richmond, Ky. visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Box 230 Collections, Rentals, and Real Estate. E. A. Bender last week. Mrs. E. Goodrich of Lexington was Ofllce at present with Stephen D. 12L the welcome guest of Mr. and Mrs. Parrish. Buster Maupin Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. G. Durham are Baker & Logsdon, Dentists tho happy parents of a boy, born Ofllce Honrs from 8 to 5. Berea, Ky. September 25. Ho has been named Telephone No. 3. William Edmund. Mr. Otis C. Thomas motored from & N. TIME TABLE L. Liberty, Ky to Berea, Saturday. Northbound He was the distinguished visitor of Train No. 31 3:38 a. m. Miss Lou Elliott, teacher of tho Train No. 3812:00 p. m. fifth grade at the Public School. Train No. 32 5:20 p. m. Mr. Tlioma returned Sunday Southbound Scientific horse shoeing, flno Iron work and repairs of all descriptions at the College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citizen ad. Ofllce. w Best Blacksmithing Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spcnco nro to make it. ' -- 4 1. BEREA NATIONAL BANK Sweaters, Skirts, Middy Suits, etc., latest things in blouses for fall and winter. Call and see us. MRS. EVA WALDEN at Old Fiddlers Contest. Mr. Rob- erls' brother hopes to come with his violin. II will lie remembered by many how Mr. Huberts look that audience, on" its feet with, "Turkey in the Straw." Omie end hear him again. The Principal attended tho Coun ty Teachers' Asocial ion, Saturday, at Richmond. A Miss Hunt, a returned Itcd Cross nurse, made a stirring appeal for the work of the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission. I hope we may hear her in Berea some time. Misses Fairchild and DoBoard made a Hying visit to tho homo of Mis DeHoard. at Level Green, and Sunday. prevail on Some oxcitcment Public School grounds as installation of playground material goes forward. Come and soo the improvements. You cannot frighten our children with measles and whooping ootigh, because most of them have had them before. A few of tho for school books have escaped the publishers' slock rooms and found their way to Madison County. The new course of study, however, has not emerged from Frankfort yet. The Robinson Hospital is holping the patrons and teachers to guard the school children against cpi demies and contagious diseases. A Memorial Service, for tho young men of Berea and community who made tho supremo sacrifice in the lato war will be held at tho Baptist Church, on Arbor Day, Friday, Oc tober 31. A tree will bo planted and dedicated for each fallen hero, on tho Public School grounds. b"at-urd- ay long-looked COMMUNITY KITCHEN Train Train Train No. 31 12:10 a. m. No. 3312:25 p. m. 1:10 p. in. No. 37 Dr. J. D. Oldham, of El Campo, Texas, a graduate from Berea Col-lein 1888, with his wife, Etta Ames Oldham, has departed, after a visit of several days with friends in Berea and vicinity. Mr. E. R. East, a former student of Berea and employee of the Printing Department, has been spending some time visiting friends here. Mr. Myron Grote of Vanecburg, called upon friends hero one day this week. He too, was formerly with the College Press. Mr. ami Mrs. Thomas J. Flanncry announco the marriago of their daughter. Susan Frances to Porter T. Stanford on Thursday, September 25. Tho ceremony will take place in the First Methodist Church in Borea. They will ho at homo to their friends after October 15th in Lorcna, Texas. Mrs. Alico VanMetcr, Ovcrley of Olondale, Ky., visited Mrs. Sallio Adams and family, last week. Miss Grace Adams mado a short visit with home folks last week. Mrs. S. G. Anderson and her children have returned to thoir home in West Point. Mis., after a picas-a- nt visit with home folks near Paint Lick. Mrs. Green Hill and children, who have boon- - making an extended visit with relatives in Borea, loft Tuesday for thoir homo at Scottsburg, Indiana. Thoy wore accompanied by Mrs. Hill's sister. Mrs. R. L. Moore, who will visit in thoir home for some time. Mr. Luther Case, a former Berea student of the College Department, was visiting in town last week. Mrs. Harry Coddinglon and two ehildien of Roanoke, Virginia, have boon visiting Mrs. Coddington's mother, Mrs. A. E. Todd. go PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES E. F. Dizney, Principal Friday evening. 3 o'clock, OctoAssociaber 10. Parent-Teachers' tion meets in the Public School Auditorium. Friends and patrons of the school are invited to come. At this meeting we expect County Superintendent B. F. Edwards and Prof. Harris, school supervisor. Also Doc RobcrU is expected to be present with his famous violin tlml lias won so many handsome prizes. It was this violin that earned away from Berea, Augiwl 15, the 850 prize Laura Jones' Millinery News am showing some wonderfully beautiful Pattern Hats from David Baird's, Louisville, at prices that will please you. Don't miss this week's display. Also I am making a I Not as many as there were, and higher than they used to bo but Mill cheap. We have some real bargains in houses and lots in town, and some farms that will make money for tho man who buys them if ho is not afraid of work. Come on; pt in tho game. that a wiso investment will mg will be $0.08 per capita. Any' taken the country from tho Turks, make you more monoy than hours one wishing to purchase from tho but have greatly improved it with f toil. Those who havo proporty kitcnen eimer mail ttie order or soo railroads and moans of modern for sale at reasonable prices will personally Mrs. McAllister, Chalr-mn- n living. tin ui'it in ii.t it w ta u of tho Home Economics ComRespectfully. mittee of the Women's Club, or IH N A. HLHNDON THE STARS AND STRIPES Margaret K. Dizney. by noon Friday, rOREVER I October 3rd. Furnish your own In nn address nt Rochester. Clincontainers and bring them to Room ton N. Howard declared that the 31. Industrial Building by noon Saturday, October I, carefully labeled. teniimrary continuation of the saBy furnishing your own containers loon in a few cities, possible only Was He Afraid of it will be poisiblo to furnish tho because tho Prohibition EnforceBeing Auassinatrd? ling been delayed, is as food at loss cost. From f:00 p.m. ment Law II !; r4 U M t lo 5:30 p.m. tho food may bo called shameless as tho invasion of BelUa' m4mmm4 mUM m wm gium. for. 'The alnm has wagged lU head This Community Kitchen is run Wti 4( .!U iwntiiliiit.Mum Um 4 hwk this month by tho Second Yoar at the law n the murderer sof Jesus wagged their heads at the Sop of Homo Science girls of tho Vocational Department. They will give n God on Cnlvary. Hut the federal copy nf f ho recipes used, with cost enforcement bill will soon be on the. tabulated, and aNo a suggested stnlulo books and IT WILL HI' menu (,. aceoinpi'.ny the food on sale. ' j Community Kitchen will be CAPTAIN OSBORNE- - ADDRESSES English Soldier Gives Address in operation Saturday pjn., October1 Captain Osborne of the British llh. All members of tho Woman's Club who wish to take ndvantago of Army gave an interesting and inthis enterprise which is being pro-- 1 structive address in tho College muted by that club will be interest- - Chapel on Wednosday evening of ed in this announcement. At ilvoj Inis week. Ho recounted tho hardo'clock on that day, October lib, ships and privations of the Army in meat loaf and sulad dressing will bo tho Palostino Campaign and the for sale. For a family of seven, the surrender of Jerusalem to General loaf will cost S0.51. TI10 salad dress- -, Allenby. The Hrltish have not only ihe HOMES IN AND TOR AROUND SALE BEREA ROOSEVELT TV fc M. tow Scribncr'a Magazine This week Fish Millinery The Fish creative ability is seen at its best in the present assemblage of models for street, afternoon OHIO VALLEY HISTORICAL CIATION ASSO- U 7 ft imi Mir, r 9f um rSt SPECIAL on Sailors, Pressed Beavers, all shapes, Velvets, large or small. Any Sailor at $3.50 to $4.00 while they last WITH THE CHURCHES Or. Htilchins' tnpie at 11:00 ajn, Sunday morning, at Hie Union Church, will be, "Christian Pati ence." The topic of the Thursday evening meeting will bo, "Parental Responsibility." DANGER WARNING TO FARMERS Boren College has had nn outbreak of hog cholera. It is now raging on the Dairy Farm across the rreek on Scaffold Cane pike. All farmers aro warned not to go and dress wear. Their Dashing Style, their Delightful Air of Smartness, their High Quality of Workmanship, their Excellence of Material, and their Charm have won them a splendid reputation. MODERATE PRICES Beginning Thursday night, October it and continuing over Saturday, the Ohio Valley Historic Association will hold its Annual Meeting in Herai. This gathering was planned for last yoar, but the inilueiun epidemic interferred, Tho Association is made up of persons in the live sinks of tho Ohio Valley who are interested In local history. It in ev per led thnt liorsons of distinction will 11a present. The meeetings will be held mostly in the Parish House and will be open to all who ure Interested in v such subject. New Coal Dealer Having bo'ight out the coal bu.MinwH formerly owned by Mr. Bailus Wilson, I am prepared Uijtere all his customers and all now one, at the same loontlon on DejHit Street. Wo will deliver promptly Ui all parti of the city. Givo us a call or phone No. 01. J. S. Gott Kentucky A New Real Estate Firm Berea We Sell Hats and Sell Them Right Mrs. Laura Jones Quality Clothes y the farm or let anybody from the farm walk over their land whero hogs, aro kept or running The Collego is doing all that can be dono to check tho diseaso by burning all dead hogs, separating sick from well, and vaccinating. Farmors aro asked to watch their herd, and if hogs fait to oat or seem to bo off from normal condition, they should be vaccinated. Seo County Agont or write to Stale Collego of Agrlculturo for further information. 011 If you are interested in F. L. MOORE'S Real listate in Rockcastle County, either buying or Jewelry Store FOR selling farms or town Mrs. Jennie B. Fish TOR SALE property, please see First Clas Repairing AND Shoes and Hats J. M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut Street Berea, Kentucky Any ono wishing a nico pony, good drivor, extra fast, nnd RED CROSS ITEMS Our Hxeeutivo Soorolnry was safe. Would feoll buggy, pony and busy last week serving our boys harness, bee J. Ii. Dallon. who served In the Into war. Lapsed insurance can be ro-i- nNOTICE stnlod within eighteen months of To the Taxpayers You aro requested and dirootod discharge by the payment of pre mium for the mnnlli of discharge lo &eo me at my olllco or my deputy, and for the month of J. it. Aruott, at Arnott & Sons Store provided tho npplieant Is in in Huron and give in your tax list as good health as at tho timo of on or before October 31. diwhargo. HBX II. POWELL Wo how have a U. S. Publlo Tux Commissioner .Madison Co. Health Service oxamlnntlon at Rich ad.-1- 8. mond, Ky. Victory buttons oan bo secured for Sale: 0. I C. Pigs, registered 'rum this olllno for tho boys who; fitook, in lino condition, weaned. JAMES WATT HAINK have dono service ovorseas. CHILDRESS & SMITH Headquarters, Brodheitd, Ky. Fine Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. HEREA, KY. New Repair Shop We have the most modern machinery, and arc prepared to do your shoe repairing promptly by the most up to date method. Bring U Your Old Shoes nnd Have Them Made New nt REASONABLE PRICES Located in the Cornelius Iluililing on Short Street, Herea, Kentucky THE RAPID SHOE REPAIRING SHOP F. E. Riddle, Manager .V October 2, 1010 Tim crrizra Pago Five. dean McAllister BOONE TAVERN "The most homelike to address national educational conference anJ attractive hotel In Kentucky." Bcrcn CoIIcrc Management. First Class, Moderate Rates. For Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists On the 'Dixie Highway The Citizen A family Newipaptr for all that it right true, and Interetting vr rjr Huitwtajr at I'uhllihnl llrrr. Ky. CO. HERE A PUBLISHING (Incorporated) WM. C. FKOST, Efhtor-in-CM- Subtcription Ratra PAVAIII.K IN ADVANCE On Yrar Hit Ken I hi Thrr Monlha IW-offl- Il.tO M n, c or Riptria Monrjr Bnd mony lr Onltr. Draft, Itralatrrtd Lrttrr. or on an.1 two crnt lUmpa, jrnur nam on Ubrl ahowa to The dtr what data tour tulwcrlntlon la ild. If It la not changnl within tlireo Hrvkaaltrr rrnrwal notify iii,rr(r r,niWi will i arc notlfiad. tfrma lm to any whoolUin IKw ISO- acrtptlona furua. Any tt atridlna ua four yrarly aubatrlpliana can rrcrlr Tha CttUtn rat fftr one year. AiWrrtlln rataa on M.lklitn. 'iir tuiipiM ir Uirl REPUBLICAN ' CANDIDATES SPEAK IN BEHEA anil enthusiastic crowd greeted the llmi. Edwin P. Morrow, Republican ranilidiitH fur Governor anil tho Hon. S. Thurston Mallard, A InrK'i Hoptiblrcnn candidate for Lioutcn-an- t Governor, in lln College Chapel, on Monday nflornoon. The largo niiilltorfuin was well filled ami ureal Intrrosl win iitnii i tl from first to lasL The Boron College Hand furnished tlio imislo. l'rof. LoVanl Dodgo presided. A'ler prayhr by Hp. U. I), llnlrliins, Mr. Ballard was tnlro-duw- d 'ind gave a slmrt address, which hi said was his llrsl political spendi. His statements wore cloar and concise. He mode it plain that lie stood for the highest interests of Uio people of Kentucky and for tho management of the holiness of tho Stat, on an efTirieut ami economical basis. I'residrnt Frost introduced Mr. Morrow, who was received with groat applaue. He denounced the administration of the pa.st eight years for their "wanton and reckless expenditure of the puhlic funds, fop tho system which has increased ff tho heavy htinlcns of taxtlon on the one hand whilo it piled higher and higher tho Slato interest hearing deht upon the other." Ho also spoke against the creation and maintenance, of useless otllcos and s. No less than thrco hundred and fourteen such jobs have recently been created. Then he proceeded to show that tho administration had shown its business incapacity by a number of concrete examples in which several millions of dollars had been lost for the Slate. He brought further charge against them in the matter of used by the public school children. Thcro bevo been d.aiipcs made In 807 of the books Used in tlio schools. These changes have meant an increase of $00(1,000 to expenditures of tho buyers. Mr. Morrow promised, that If bo be elected Governor, ho would kick out the uelasj Job holders and put the business of the State on a basis thai would mean more elllcicncy and lighter taxes. Ho favors a survey of the public school system, by experts oulsiilo of Kentucky, that would not he inllueiieed by polilics. At the conclusion Professor Dodgo staled that ho had known Mr. Morrow from his boyhood and had known his father before him, and expnwed his linn belief that, if elepfeil, Mr. Morrow would fullll his promises. olllee-holdertext-hooks The National Conference on Rural Education and Country Lifo will bo held at Sioux Falls, S. I), from October 12 lo 15, 1010. Tho Conference Is called by the Bureau of Education, Department of Interior, at Washington, I). C. The general topic of the Conference Is, "What Our Rural School Should He, nnd To Meet After-Wo- p Condi lions." The loading educators of several stales are scheduled for addresses. Our own stale will be represented by Dr. C. N. McAllister, Dean of the Normal Department of Hcrca College. He will give two addresses. His subject Is, "The Progress Mndc in tho Education of the Mountaineers of the South." Tho closing day will be given to a discussion of "Other Agencies in the Improvement of the Rural Schools nnd Country Life." This includes Free Library Systems, Conservation of Health, Good Roads, Hoys' nnd Girls' Clubs, School Directed Home Gardens, etc. Following this conferenco tho stale of South Dakota will mako a survey nnd take steps to improve her roads, her school system, country lifo and living conditions generally. - Correct Styles of Ladies' Garments KENTUCKY NEWS (Continued rrom Ftgt out) B. E. Belue & ANTI-TOBAC- Company STUDENTS' OWN PAGE Richmond, Kentucky BEREA COLLEGE HOME COMING On September (5th at tho First LEAGUE The League which Haptist church in Middletown was given a most sumptuous banquet in was organized hero last spring held honor of the colored soldier boys, its llrsl meeting of this school year, Anti-Tobac- co Federal Government will furnish free tuition to the soldiers at some of tho Kentucky colleges. Single men not only receive free tuition and books while learning a trade, Iml are paid $o a month; a married man gets in addition to free tuition ami books 8115 a month and married men with children recelvo additional compensation for each child. Bc-i- ea College is taking rare of a number of disabled soldiers who aro taught trades. This training will also ho given tho soldiers at tho Eastern State Normal School. tlio" ; Plan to Fill Second Page with School News The second page of Tho Citizen Is to he devoted each week lo Hems of interest in tho activities of tho several departments of tho rnstitu-tio- n. A reporter, or reporters, aro being secured who will give us tho news of his department. With tho large number of departments, and the great, student body, we expect lo fill the whole page each week. This plan is being enthusiastically received, and wo hope to very soon havo it in operation. We also include in this plan reporters from tho student organizations. Tho Y. M. a A. and tho Y: W. C. A. will bo represented. Tho T.ifornrv Sneielina .ire .intend In re- port their acliviites, and particu- bo given. UNITED STATES NEWS (Continued rrom Figa Ona) ' '"liiKiliy ImmiiIiic Cnsilf engiigeil in n ilui'l nltd Mrlkers ntut tlielr In New ayinpntlitiers. Seven persona were Mnick by hub let, two of them women. Six of the Injured were erl"illy hurt. AH were removed to Hie New Castle hospital. The MmmUIiis. by the preceded throw Ine of bricks mid other heavy iiilsslli' during the afternoon. Inted Imlf mi hnr. According to lHit were iiinre t tin it too ryi--vlt. Mr, .1 Frankfort, Ky, Sept, 20 Supplc- -, mental instructions to county clerks sent out today by Secretary of State .Initios P. Lewis call for printing the prohibition amendment to the Constitution on separato ballots instead of 'tho regular November ballots. This action was taken by Secretary of stale Lewis after a conferenco with Attorney General Morris on Hie question Ihat had been raised concerning the position of tho amendment on tho regular November ballot. A Triumph of Toughness And yet, the 4Royal Cord' possesses amazing buoyancy and life. That's the secret of this famous tire's success. Hardihood that means many extra miles, combined Avith the luxury of easier riding. Let us put 'Royal Cords' on your car. They are the utmost in equipmentthe finest tires in the world. by the colored people of tho community. Twenty or more of the Mihliers were present, whoso names aro as follows: Hubert Illythe, John Blylhc, Charlie Itl.Mhe, Joab Campbell, Raymond Carter. Charlie Clark, Hernion Clark, Charlie McBain, MeKinncy Schuyler, F.lbridge Heid, Luther llice, Willie Titus. Frank Tribble, Norris Tribble, F.nos Walker, and Itayinond Walker. This social event ha been (In most interesting feature of the season in our community. There were more Hum two hundred people present at the celebration lo welcome The thu home coming soldiers. church was decorated with evergreens and Hags. The table, which was arranged in the form of a "T", wivw- - beautifully decorated with polled (lowers, red, white and blue. The invited guests of honor were ..Mr. and .Mrs. H. K. Taylor, Mr. Burs. gess and daughter, Miss Sadie They were ushered to the head of tho tablo by the waiters, Fred and John Ballard and Irwin Walker. The soldier boys showed tho spirit of true patriotism as they tiled to the table, clad in thoir khaki uniform. The four courso menu consisted of Fried chicken and gravy .Mashed potatoes Peas Polls Butler Pevllcd eggs Tomato salad Jelly I'ickles Punch Ice cream and cake Bur-gros- ColTeo 'Royal Cord' United States Tires are Good Tires .aV noyatCord- ,!?7'i7.7r Nobtv" Ml KC 'Chain' 'thro' 'Plain' uMmmJff WtL This,wns served most generously by the above named waiters. After tho banquet a splendid program was rendered, Sergeant Blylbo acting as toast, master. After a chorus, "The Land of the Free," the Ilev. II. C. HolliitBSWorth made a very interesting talk, fol lowed by Mr. Burgess, who gave a most appropriate and beautiful toast lo tho cooks. Hoc. II. C. Baker paid high tribute to tho two deceased fohliors, Deo Walker and Gentry Kennedy, aflpp which Matilda Gentry sang most feelingly "They Aint tiling to Study War No Moro." The Mini and crowning address was delivered by Mr. H. H. Taylor, which was interesting from beginning to nil, in telling of his experiences wliilu in France, bringing forth Im'IIi laughter and tears, lie had with him ono of his long range gun shells, a souvenir from France. Ho told us many interesting things, about Billy Sunday's singer, "flbo-ily- ," with whom ho traveled. After asking the boys whnt part of Franco they wore in, tho program was rliMcd by singing the chorus, the "Long, Long Trail." Coniniltloo on arrniigonienbs: Mo lina Ballard, rjniinu Hlylhe, Matilda 'entry, Lizie Walker, Celia Ballard, Ada Sligull, Julia Itlythe, A lean WhIKop, Mr. Ho in. Frank ie Ballard, Naiuiio Johnson, Mary I'ruett, anJ Walkor and Mary B. White. Too great praise ennuol lie gien le the Commit le who originated and earriud out this splendid event hi honor of the boys who willingly gave thomselves for our Country supviou and safety. tlo Sunday afternoon, September 28, in tlio Faculty Room in Lincoln Hall. The attendance was not so largo as might have been hoped, due probably lo the fact that a number of the old members have not rels turned and many of tho new are not yet familiar with tho purpose of the organization. Nevertheless, those who were present were so enthused over their work that an interesting meeting was carried through. Several of tho officers havo not returned. Among them is Mr. Dey-to- n, who was president for this year. Miss Lena Roberts, the former vice president, takes his place a3 presi dent. Burton Johnson was elected lo III! Miss Roberts' place as vice presidenL Miss Wodford was elected to succed tho absent secretary, Miss Lewis. After these elections the members wcro given tho opportunity lo tell what they bad dono during the summer in the fight against tobacco. Several interesting accounts were given, some of which wcro humorous. Dean Malheny gave a short talk, encouraging tho Lcaguo to go forward and carry out its plans in tho great tight against nicotino. Ho has offered a prize for tho best play showing tho evils of tobacco. Tlio contest, of course, is for members of the Lcaguo only. Several contoilants have already the race. The prize play is to be given iji the Tabernacle, soon after the contest closes. Tho Lcaguo is planning many other important steps, which aro to bo carried out this year. Get In and learn about them. This organization holds its meetings every other Sunday, in tho Faculty Room, third lloor of Lincoln Hall, at 3:30 oclock. Tho next meeting will bo held on Sunday, October 12. Tlieso meetings aro open to tlio young men and young wpmcn of all depart ments. Lverybody wolcome. stu-dencn-'er- ed ' Alheletic news of tho School will also ho published. This probably will bo taken up by tho department reporters, but wo mean to get and publish the news. This page will not only be of great inlerest to the student body but will be eagerly read by he friends of the students at home, and by every friend of the Institution. And wo do not think that we are" expecting loo much when wo look to it a3 a means of interesting young men and young women who havo not enlered school to decide to come to Berea for their education. May wo have the hearty of the Faculty and student body to mako this pago a success 1 AUTO ACCIDENT IN RICHMOND A. M. Canfleld, of Berea, who drives a taxi car between that city and Richmond, smashed into Marion Kunklo. on bis bicycle, and then swerved and wreck ed Mrs. J. C. Bronslon's buggy, on West Main street between Second and Third Wednesday afternoon, when the areolh'rafnr on bis King-- 8 car got stuck. Tho Kunklo boy's bicycle was wrecked and many feared that the youngster had boon killed, but ho niado an almost miraculous oscapo nnd outsida of i few bruises Is uninjured. Mrs. Bronston was badly bruised bv injurv to her buggy, one wheel of w hich was lorn off r.nd olhep injuries sustained. Mr. Cnnlhld wa-arestec on a cha". of re:lcs driving and tried in police court Thuridiy rftprnoon, where bo was dismissed by Judgo smith after a full investigation of the mallei. Ho said lie had dr' en inlp tho parking spneo In the middio 3r tho street, and when tin) piwple with him were ready to ?o, ho opdaoAor- ed to back out and go down Hi ight side of tho streot. Howovep, a line of buggies was bobiiul him, so ho threw the ear into low goap again, to gel back in tho lino of cars. Ho snys that tho cap sudden ly shot forward, out of control. Ho struck tho Kunklo boy with his fendop. and turned Iho car to tho right as quickly as ho could, broko his emorgoncy brake, but oould not slop tho cap until after it had crashed into Mrs. Bronslon's buggy. I'ho ncoidont might havo boon n serious one, but luckily outsldo of I he wrecked bioyolo and buggy liltlo other ilamago was dono other than tlio bruises that young Kunklo nnd Mrs. Bronslon sustained, Reg ister. tl-t JOHN FITZPATRICK TELLS MEN'S SIDE (Continued rrom Pago One) curporutlon nui resorting to every ef fort to force iicthui on tlie oart of tin men or of the labor orguiilzatloii to spretto their lutluciiee. They etiililUliliient of lite cIkIu-hou- r Uny unci we Unuw Hint wiis iin to preent our orguulni-tion.- " ercort . Senator Jottes (Dent.) of Now linked whether the employees had .Mux-leo- made Hiipllciitlun to the American IVil eDitlon of Labor for organization 0r whether the movement hail been in. nUliity hy the American Federation of Labor. "The American Federation of I.nbor Initiated the movement." I'ttrpntrlck replied. "Wni there no movement of the men lnvltlmj the organization?" ubked Senator Jones. sires." "No, only us the men met In dUTer-elocalities and expressed their de- nt "Why was It Incumbent on tho American Federation of Labor to organize tho steel Industry?" Seuotor Joucb ttsked. "It was h bad spot In the Industrial slluution." ntzpatrick replied. "In tho steel Industry the hours aro long, the Wflses small nnd the treutmtnt you can't describe tho treatment." Boone Tavern Garage Berea, Kentucky I Havo you read Profossor Dodgo's review of Doctor Powers' addresses? See this week's Citizen. Tho Homo Department of Tho Citizen is welcomed by tho Page Sn NIK GITIZBN Or lolicr 2, 1010 floriiailiiira BEST SOIL FOR STRAWBERRY Good Drainage It Important and Abundant Humus It Etientlal to Profitable Yleldt. I SIX DOORS , HOME DEPARTMENT SCHOOL LUNCH 110X Conducted by Miss MnrRnrct Dizncy, Driector of Home Science SWEET THINGS THAT ARE WHOLESOME TOR THE Sol unlay is tho host I line lo think nlioul tho lunches lo ho prepared on the live school days of the following week. A lonf of sloamcil brown luond slonniod in ln tea kettle tuny ho saved for .Monday's ntnl Tuesday's liiiu'hes. Tho onkp for Sunday nin'y ho n lllllo smaller, and ono or Iwo rups onkos mailt front tho stimo dough, nod put aside for llio lunch. Tho fallowing roclpos nro good for llio whole wook when baked on Snl- -, IB1 (Prepared by the UnluM Rtntr Pepart' mem of Agriculture.) It Is not good poultry manna, mrtit to allow the mother hen to range with her chirks. With surh freedom the hen frpipiently takes her brood through wet grass, and us a re suit some are chilled and die, vprclal ly the weaker one, which are likely to uo left liehtii'l. Tlii' loss of young chicks which follows such a pn.rtut It large and mnlnly prevenfnl'lf. Fur thorniorp. the food which a brood nl FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door TOR BetWs Vocational Schools money-earnin- g Training that adds to your general education. ing, power, combined with Strawberry shortcake would soon GOOD COOP FOR MOTHER KEeJS mmio n thing of llio past If nil straw berry plants were set In poorly drained Loot of Chlckt by Exposure May Ot anil. While Htrnu I ionics can bo crown Lsrotly Prevented Guard Aealntt KMcwsfully on a wide variety of soil Vermin. driilnngc In necessary, nn I abundant liutntis Is essential to Rood yield. Methods of growing nnd handling strawberries In the South Atlantic ami (lulf Const regions, where the Climate Is mild nnd the plants grow during nearly the entire year lire In many respects from those In otlwr parts of the country. These regions ship over L',GU0 carloads Soli mult he selected that Is especially well drained. This Is particularly liqporltint In the South, whoro much of the land Is low and often poorly dralnod. I.iaf, root, and frnlt diseases are favored by poorly drained lte. There Is no particular type of oil to which strawberries are best adapted. Fine tandy to heavy gumbo soils are used. I'loiwirmlun of the land for planting should be thorough. If sultlclcnt humus is not already present, heavy applications of manure should lit made, or, If this Is not available, some crop should bo grown on the land for n season and then turned under before setting the green-manure YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Dricklayjng. JointCommerce nnd Telrgraiiliy, rOR YOUNG LADIES Home Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door tjrf, Rood Berea's. Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid Improvement unlay. Soil Molasses Cookies Vnrk throo-fourlcupful of cupful brown lard and Ihroe-fnurtsugar logollior mil f I creamy, using a wixNleit then add lliroe-fourlcupful of tnolassos, Iwo oggs well benlon, throo-fourl- lu cupful of sour oreaiii mixed with no tuhlespoonful of soda, oiip of salt, ono-hn- lf nf ginger, and Hour to timko x or cold a soft dough. Put in place lo chill. Toss on a slightly lliuiroil Imanl, anil put and roll to ono-hn- lf inch 1n thirknoss, using half of llio tuixluro nfa timo. Shape with a round rullor dipped in Hour; hs hs enke-spnriii; hs lablo-sponnful Inblo-spoonful Ire-bo- 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course For those who are not expecting to teach and who are not going thru Col I ego and desire more general education. It also gives the best general education for those who wish a good start in study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives excellent training f lho.se who expect lo leach. Tho courses ate so arranged that .un? people can teach through llio summer and fall nnd attend sdi i"! through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in (heir courses of sludy. t 5th Door Berea Preparatory Academy Course nils ts 1110 straight road to College best training In Mathematics, Science, Languages, liistory and all preparatory subjecta. The Academy is now Berea's largest department. put ovon. on a 6th Door 11113 Berea College inch apart, and linko in a moderate of sugar, one-Im- lf cupful of molasses, tlireo-roiirtcupful of milk, and cupful of colTcc infusion. cup- Mix nnd sift ono and ono-hn- lf .Mix ono hullrred short ono-hn- lf plants. rvcnwtodos, also called gallworms and eelwonns, nre n serious menace to southern strawberry growers. They are mint nhundant where the soil rarely or never freezes to considerable depth, and nre more Injurious In, sfindy than In heavy soils. Where available, new land or that known ta be free from nematodes should be used for strnwherrii s. Common crops and plants known to be Immune or very resistant to this parasite, such' as corn, sorghum, winter oats, rye, pearl millet, velvet beans, j nnd n few others should be planted In rotation with strawberries. Jinny growers find It to their advantage In combating nematodes to secure ' plants from northern nurseries each year, nnd sot them In their plantation during the winter mouths about every four feet apart in the rows. . The manner of handling these plants, jonietlnips called ''mother plants' Is to set them Tn January, February, or March. They will start growing at once, and by June will develop enough runner plants to cover a considerably Increased area. I5y Au- is me crown or the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. For years the board has remained tho same in Berea. but the unusual situation in which the whole country finds itself now makes it impossible for us to live on the sumo money as we have in the put All students do some work with their hands from six to six teen hours a week as janitors or in the farm, carpenter shop, printA twenty-fiv- e Fruit Cako without Butter hs ono-foiir- lli cupful Temporary of entire wheal Hour, cupful of white flour, four lonsptmnfuls of baking powder, lonpoonful of salt, ono of cinnamon, and tonspontifiil onrh of nllsploo, clovo, nuifo, ami grated nutmeg. Comlitno mixture, and nilil ono .pound nf raisins, spoiled, cut in pieros, and dredged wllh cupful of while Hour. Turn Inlo n hultTod and llotirntl hronilpnn. and bake In u moderate oven Hfly intitules. , Peanut Drop Cookies Iloinovo shells nnd skins and Duply chop ono pint of ponuuls, reservhnlves. There ing Iwonly-focupful Cream should ho one-ha- lf Iwo Inblespoonfuls of butler, and add gradually while stirring and lh boallng ronstnnlly, rup- 111I or sugar; llion mid ono egg, well cupbeaton. Mi and sifl niio-ha- lf ful of Hour, one tenspeoiiful of hak-inpowder, nnd of salt. Add (o llrsl mixture; Hum add two tnhlespiiniifuN of milk, prewired rtinuts, and ono-hn- lf teaspoonful of loinon juico. Drop from a teaspoon on tin nnbul-tTo- d tin shoel. ouu inch apart, nnd peanut on eenlor of place ono-ha- lf lop of earh. Bake twelve to llfloon minute in a slow ovon. Do no) put enko or cookies away until cold, then park 111 layers with parnllln paper bplwoen tho layers, in a jnr or ran which has n tight cover. Do not give your children live or tn cents lo go' lo the groc-or- y store inSirost tho school houso for his ilosorl. Make it yourself nnd know what it is. f ills ono-fotirlh 0110-luilf 0110-four- lJi ono-four- lli ur ono-fourcr ono-four- lh ful mmS&u; ill- - Y, W. C, A. UNIFORMS ing office, laundry, boarding hall, ofllce, etc., and receive pay which reduces their expenses. young man or young woman can get an education Any at Berea if there is the will to do so. able-bodied TO CLOTHE STUDENTS Suits War Workers Be Given to Penniless Students in Switzerland. Worn- - by Will PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental Hen Confined In Small Yard. by the term, board by the half term. fee and room rent Installments are as follows: ACAIIEMl AND NORMAL lowed to range with the hen ohtnlns goes very larg.-lto keep the heat of the body nnd the chicks do not make as good growth as they otherwise would. Chick losses of this nature can be Inrgely prevented by shutting the ben In a ooAp. Any style of coop which Is dry, ventilated, and can be closed at night to protect the brood against cats, rats sad othor animaR and which while coaQulng the hen. will allow the gust these runner plants are ready for chicks to pass la and out freely after netting In a more extended area, and they are a few days o4d. will be satisby Oetohor or November they In turn factory. The hen should be confined until the chick" are weaned, though a small yard may be attached to the coop, if delred. to allow the hen to exercise. The fence can be raised from the ground far enough to allow the chicks to go In and qut, but not h'gh enough for the hen to escape. Ily using a coop the chicks can find shelter and warmth under the hen at any time, nnd the weaklings nfter a few dH.vs may develop Into strong, healthy chicks. Where chicks nre raised with hens, they are likely to become Infested with lice. If the lice get very numerous they greatly retnrd the chicks' growth nnd may even cause their death. The hen should be powdered thorouchly with some good Insect powder before she Is put In the coop with the chicks nnd nt Intervals of several days or a week thereafter. The baby chicks should be examined for lice, particularly on the head, under the wings and ' its. 5V. about the vent. If any nre found, a little grease, such as lard, should he tubbed on those places. Apply grease moderately, as too much will Injuro the chick!. The chicks should be ex- amlned frequently nnd the trentment' repeated If lice are found on them. Expenses for Boys VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS Incidental Fee Room 7 $5.00 0.50 $ COO , COI.I.KOl S 7.00 OIHHhI mil forms of tin- - Voting 6m G0 10.75 20.25 13.50 ?1S.75 10.75 weeks Board, Amount due September 17, 1910 2755 Board, G weoks, due October 2v 13JX) , 10.75 S3J85 lUJjO $11.70 Total for Term noidental Fee Room $10.70 Expense, for Girls r. $ 5.00' , S COO " 1 S 1 7.00 OIiO COO 050 1.00 'H.00 Board, 7 weeks Amount duo September 17, 1911) 25.50 Board, C wooks, due Oclobor 29 12.00 Total for Term '$37 .50 1.00 2050 1100 2750 12.00 m50 '$39.50 This does not include the fourdollars doposit, nor money for books or laundry. Corner rooms S1.00 more. Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fea Business U'iHltr Fall 5 13.00 $11.00 SI2JW Stenography and Typewriting 12X0 13.00 11.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) Bookkeeping (brief course) 5.50 0X0 050 Business course for students in other departments: 0.75 9X0 855 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour' 0X0 use of instrument 050 550 Com. Law., Com. Geog, Com. 1.80 1.95 I.C5 Arith., or Penmanship, each.. ir - In no case will special Business FecJ o.vccod ShQQ per weok. CINCINNATI Excellent Field of Strawberries. MARKETS. If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to bo in school tho full year, by all means titey t.iould enter for a course during tho winter and spring terms. The public schools will close about Christmas and the teachers and advanced pupils should not he idle through the long winter months hut should he studying in Boron where the best education can be gotten for least money. Hay and Grain. Applicants must bring or tend 1 testimonial showing that they an Corn No. i! white $1,550 l.M, No. 3 yellow $1.5701.58, No. 3 yellow $1,509 above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi will have developed other runners 1.57, No. 1! mixed $1.55 1.50, No. i signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliable white ear which should be enough to form n mixed $1.5! 8 teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden. The exact 1 50, yellow ear $1.501.52. main fruiting pTutiTntlmi. For Information or friendly advico writo to the Secretary, Sound Hny Timothy per ton, ne time for making the original pluutlng $Si:.50'.,8.50, clover mixed ?252S. und tho severul transplnnUngs of the' MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. runner plunts varies In different lo- clover $8061. Oats No. a white iu,r2c. No. 3 calities und with weather conditions. white 70H71c, No. 2 mixed 70 DON'T kill all tho quails in a DON'T SHOOT Gonoriilly two planting systems are 71c, No. 3 mixed 0070c. covey loavo some for seed. used In the South the hill system and Eggs and Poultry Butter, DON'T hunt off your own laud system. Under tho tho matted-roDON'T forgot lo feed tho birds llutter WJiolo milk creamory extra bill system tho plunts ure commonly M)io, centralized creamery extras 5Sl, without license. during the winter. DON'T shoot without this year's set In lute summer or autumn, und tiiis 5114c, seconds 51c, fancy dairy DON'T fail to notify your local hunting lifense. tho crop Is harvested In tho winter or 50c. of thoso Warden or Utimlly plants following spring. the DON'T shoot dovos before Uku Kxtra firsts 53c, firsts 51c, orwho violate tho law. set at jlhut time make no runner, but dinary ilrsts ISe. 1, nor after Ootobor 15. If nny do appear they uro removed. Live I'oultry Fryer?, over 2 ton DON'T kill more than 15 ilovos in A fellow who hunts without a When this system Is used the plants "lie: broilers, 1 Hi und over ICIc; is a Cheater See that are set In single, double, or triple fowls, 414 Ha and over, 20c; under 31$ ono day. he obeys the law DON'T shoot quail boforo Novemlbs 25c; roosters, ISe. rows. J. QUINCY WARD Live Stock. ber 15. nor aftor January 1. Whutevcr method Is used two things Iixcoutivo Agent Oamo nnd Fish Oattli Shippers $116 1H.2.', butcher DON'T kill nioro limn twulvo ure of special Importance: Setting thv Commission, Frankfort, Kentucky. plants at the right depth and making steer, extra $11.50 12.50, good to quails in ono day. choice $10.50911.50, common to fair tho soli very (inn ubout tho roots. The DON'T shoot squir'rol boforo July heifers, extra $11912.50. good plunts should bo sat so that tho $110: to choice SlOJMl, common to fair $0 I, nor after December 15. crowns will be even with the surfuco flt.50; cows, extra $9.50910.50, good DON'T kill Hnglish or nalivo Gat Woodchucki. of the ground ufter the soil has been to choice $7.5099.50, common to fair ( pheasants, wild lurkoy ni" wood-coo- k. Conn. flusslng Wlnsted, packed about the roots. If set too $5.5097, dinners $5.75, stockers and g method of Is the latest deep the plant will smother, und If the feeders $0911. DON'T buy or soli quail at any Calves Kxtru $22, fair to good $11 them In Massachusetts. The crown Is exposed above tho surface It tdeu was tried out on the furm of KU may dry out nnd die. Flower stems 921.75, common and large $7911. time. IUgs Selected heavy shipper usually appear soon on the winter-so- t DON'T shoolv buy or soil rabbits bert h. Fargo, near Marlboro, and proved a succokh. plants, hut the produc- $10.75917, good to choice packers and boforo November 15. or spring-se- t butchers $17, medium $15.50917, A hoso was attached to the exhaust tion of fruit In a severe drain on the stags $10910-50- . to common and choice DON'T wait until Novembor 15 of un uutouiobllo engine und extended plant's vitality, and the blossoms heavy fat sows $10QUX0. light ship, buy your hunter's license DO IT down the hole. By use of u liberal should be removed as they appear un- per $14910.75, pli; (110 lbs und leas) NOW. mixture of gua the rodents were killed. $10911.25. plunts ure well established. til tho $1.-131 S"op-teinp- or wood-chucexter-minutin- niton, ClirlatlHii Awrtutlon tlx Illuo Trlunglo, I lie AxsoHntlon In t slgiilfi.. will Im worn winter t uoinoii sliiili'tils who have tiorn Mriind d In Swltiortiind during tliv war and li., tHHittiio of lurk of funds. Inutilll-ltlmlr native country, a to dtlr to tlnlsli tliolr u'ntorslty course or I 'hum they liavo no family .to which lo return, wtll renmln there next enr. Ultuiticth il. Clark, who linn lieen In Swliiirlnnd for ten yearn under the Worlo Student Clirlst'Hii Vudemtlon Ims nppeultsl to the NatloiiMl Studetil romuilttee of the Y W C. A. for clot li Mil log for Hip tO0 furelgn woint-1The Mmrclty of dentn In Switzerland. cloililng last year unions thev aliws refugee studetits mod It npcewrjr fur two girls lo Hlinre ono coat so only one could go to rlnsses or eo 0111 of ilfirs nt n time I'onr Inrito Hirklim cnes of all VlndH of nsPtl clollilnu. (Hve hu's. which Ik In rimm! eoodltlon. hnve Idhii rolleeted tmsttly from women colleao Mudouts In the Nw KnfiHiid State lVniislvrthfn dlilo. West Vtrrlnln. .Mnrylniul nnd DelHware tiy the Stu lent Cominlttpe of lie Nittlonal Y W Ir (' A. lo lie sent r In XS!w nark" appoHl. TliU cloililus will le dyed, cletuiisl hihI uuiile over In Switzerland. In nddltlnn to the clothing collected from &tudtiitK In oitiejuw nearest Ne TTorW a rase of nn forms, which ton turuiHl In hy Y. W. O A. secreia-rlwImi did wer work, and the ofnYlnl pay uniform iilmers Is lioliu; unit. An uniforms are IipIih lurned In hy war wo'kors they will he claimed ly the Student Committee, which will retnoe the IiisIkuIh und prenare the uniforms worn hy thi-sso that they nmy I women who lime been forced hy world events to roiiuiln In Switzerland for several yours. m-xy 1 the wiiy of run he effected. Through the community center, If It be In o district impulnted InrKnly of one fomlcn untlouallty. these triple roillil present pilKennts of the life Ir Ihpir mother countries, trnnstntlnir them Into Hnglish. so thai Amerlmns Hiid so the younger Kngllsh speiikliiL metnlicrs of their liotiseliold could nnd uppreclHto their trad! tlolis. Atnerlniii art uotild he gieittly etinehiHl thus iliroimli the drama of nil of the nntlons whose peoplea hava settled In this country. On the other hand American Ideal. American history nnd American festivals, even lnw such its rlilld Inliornnd inliilmum wngo, could he Interpreted to tliest-- (xsiplo hy ineiinn of iMitfCHtitry lennilng not only hnve to work together, hut to pTiiy together," Miss MnrKnyo snys, "pnrtlruhirly since the wur. when the people stood together In driven nnd largo patriotic community entertnlnment.s. The to hiilld up a grent commuIn now at linnd. and nity nrsmnlzntloti the time Is ripe for It. Why not utilize the corner snloon?" AiiierU-uulzntlo11 "I'l-opl- e - tli' Y. W. C. A. WORKER IS DECORATED. Miss Marlon Porter of ,NVw York City whs decorated the other day In the name of the Chuplnln (lenernl of the Amerl-chi- i army with tho Church Wnr Cross. ns for her mornl Her cltntlon nnd splritunl contiihiitlon to the war. Kor more thun n jenr M ss I'orirr hns rtieen at a hospltnl center In Vlltel. I'rnnce, un representative of the Y W. C A In chnrge of u nurse' cluh there. 11 ilf lae EXECUTIVES DETAIL PLANS OF THE ID OBLIGATIONS TIME Lake PEACE 0E0 CROSS Division Dougherty cuIIh PROHIBITION TO BRING COMMUNITY PLAYH0USC i Hazel MacKaye Advliei Utlna Bulla-Inoa Center for Drama, Community Sing arid Enter, talnments. Why not turn the corner nloon Into community playhouse when the law effects the closing of lliesn gathering places, iihks Miss lluzel MucKnye, ill rector of Hie Depiirtinclit of Pageantry und Druuiii of tliu f'utloiiiil Young men's Christian Association? "I went over on the West Sldo of New York one night recently to attend u community ilrumn meeting," Mls MncKayo my In explaining her thco ry, "und tin I win riding along 1 noticed how many aaloona tlioro woro ine on every corner und another In the mid dlo of the block. It hccmcd, nil Juhi bluzlng with Hxhtx. Thoso llghta oiigln Tliev not to go ont with prohibition, ought to vlilne for somellilng worth while lo ull of the people, und what hotter thun community druma und sings?" MUs MucKuyu feels thut the war has given u grent 'Impetus In popular Interest In druma mAl thut tlirough migeuntry und drumu a grout deul In 11 to the fact that Congress recontly prolonged tho reanonnlbllltlos of the Red Crosn ibroad when It authorized the trims, fur to the Rud Crosn of such eiedlcul tnd iurglcnl mippllcti and uiilemen nry and dietary foodntvff now In Ku rope as uro not needed hy the army abroad or at homo. These the Rod Crosn In to administer to relieve and supply the prwwlng needs of the couli-trleInvolved In the war Wille many Auierlcnns may believe that Red Cron foreign obligation aro at an end. Dr. IdvlngHton I'arrand, chairman of the central committee of tho American Red Cron. calls alien tlon to the fact that our Allien mffwred far more hardships with war than did we and that wo havo Incurred otillga lions which honor demands shall bo discharged, and, furthermore, the vast torrltory of tho far east, cut off from aid during tho war. haa looked to America elnco (he cessation of hostil Itles. The Red Cross In now turning Ittt attention to homo neeu nnd ha worked out a program covering home service, nursing, preparation for din aster relief and a Junior Membership. "Service to American" will be a Red Crosn slogan henceforth. ACTING 1). C. "Service to Americans" will be the Red Cross slogan henceforth. October 2, 1019 TUB CITIZEN hotiso and oindiiefed n consultation with Shfriff Mitchell Clnrk. Kmergliu' from the 'ourtlmusp he met the mob nnd bepnn to nmke nn nppenl for law and order. Some one shouted "Ijnch blm," and n member of the mob threw ii rope around his nerk. Several men dniL'iteil the Mayor half n block nnd threw the loose end of tho rope over n trolley pole. Twice they drew the Mnyor's body from tho ground. lined lime two police olTlcers cut the rope. Following the second attempt theo stirreoded in plneliig iho .Mayor In .1 H.lstimtnr car and rushed blui to u suncon's oillee neur by. Apiwals worv made to tho xdlce station for help, nnd a few uniformed men were hurried to tho place. In the moniftlme tho Central Station to every limn on tho force and those on tho South Side to report nt ' once. lieltig Sunday, a number of the men could not he found. The result was that several thousfliid persons had gathered on tho south side of the eciirthouso before the poller could arrive In considerable number. Tho with which William Hrnwn was charged was committed on Agnes early In the week. With nn escort, crippled beyond tho point of Miss I.nlii'ck met her assailant n few blocks from" home In the southeast part of tho city. Ho held the couple up nt the point of n revolver. After having robbed the young mnn, he attacked tin- - young woman In his presence, holding a revolver at thu bead of her escort In tho meantime. rs d k k Piro Seven. immoveo urnrosM INTEMATIOWt SUNMYSCIOL Uljr IUCV (Copyilcht. The Value of Prayer Dy RI5V. D. IL SUTCLIFPR Eitctulc ANNAPOLIS WANTS NAVAL LABORATORY HUGE MOB BURNS SAVE First Aid LIFE IN MINES Advan- OMAHA COURTHOUSE MAYOR Teacher of Ermluh Uibl In the Mood? ruble Inmltule of Ihicuro I 1111, Lesson HTWATk, 1 II D. fi., W.t.tn Nmimrtt Union) Intthute, Chicago Drpmtmfnl, Mood Dibit LESSON FOR OCTOBER 12 TKXT-Contln- EFFORTS RENEWED TO HAVE MR. DANIELS APPROVE THE 8ITE RECOMMENDED SAVED DY OFFICER ATTEMPT TO LYNCH CITY EXECUTIVE IS FOILED, Workers Show tage of Training. Skill to De Demonstrated at Contest to De Held by Bureau of Mines. Washington. Thnt America can bind her wounds as skillfully ns she enn fight will bo shown In tho grant connational tlrst-nlnnd test to bo held under the nusplces ot the bureau of mines, department ol tho Interior, nt Pittsburgh, I'a., September 30 nnd October 1. Coal nnd metnl miners nil over, the country are engaging In tlrst-nlnnd e contests to fit themselves for the nntlonnl clemon,strntIon. In 1C different mining stntes, locnl or state meets have nlrendy heen held or will bo held In tho nenr future. It Is estimated thnt out of the million miners In the United Stntes more than a hundred thousand nre well trained In emergency flrst-nlwork nnd hnvo heen Instrumental In saving many lives In nnd nround mines. It Is snld to ho n frequent occurrence for hospital surgeons upon receiving nn Injured miner to deelnro thnt tho flrst-nltreatment received In the mine from the miners hnd undoubtedly saved the mnn's life. tennis nro scnttered These flrst-nlthroughout tho United Stntes where minus nro found, nnd nro tho results of the pioneer work of the burenu of e mines In maintaining n enr or station In ench of tho mining fields for the purpose of training these men. In nddltlnn to this work, the experts tench the miners how to snvo llfo In mines, nnd especially the use of the oxygen thnt permits the wenrer, nfter n mine explosion or dlsnster to enter the deadly atmosphere there with comparative safety, and succor possie ble living miners. These teams, located at tho vnrlous mines, nre nlso to participate In the natlonnl mlne-rescuo d mine-rescud d d mine-rescumine-rescue mine-rescu- uo In prayer. Col. 4:2. FISHCRS OOI.I)i:. Lnf.SON.Ti:XT-Mrk OF MEN. 1:14-3- Time spent In pome to ho wasted. prayer rccitim to EDISON FAVORED NEW YORK They nro unnwnro ui anltl unlo them, com ye m, (ml 1 will mk you to bn.'otn nhfr of mm -- Murk 1:17. ADDITIONAL MATT.IUAI.-Mn- lt. :lt- 9, I.ukn i 1 11. J, mm Tol'IC-lltlpt- nc rrilMAllV otlmi to t know Jl'NKiit TnMC-!t- rr and John become w 4her for J nun INTKXMKMATK TOI'lf-Tl- ie work of a (IlK' Iplf BKNIolt AND ADtrt.T TOPIC-Wa- ya of wlnnlnR- - men lo C'hrlet fr ThNT-Jru- I. Jcxui Preaching 15). In Galilee (vv. 11, I'lii- - ronnn why ho changed from Jtldoa lo finlllce won Hip griming opposition (n him. The fnti of John the Hnptlst he accepted as fnrchndowing hi own death. The rejection of the forerunner meant the rejection of him whose mlrent he heralded. Prudence moved him to n more remote region, whin- - he would attract less attention and ho free from opposition. Itcsiclcs Ills It gave less fnrored people nn to henr the gospel, necordlnc to the prphtlc word (Ian. 0:1, 2). It forcshaihmcd the gospel tn the Gentiles. 1 Whnt he preached (v. 14). The Wpel of the Kingdom of fiod. which meant the good news of the near approach of the Kingdom of Cod, when the rule of (Jod as predicted hy the prophets would he renllzed. It should to carefully noted that the gospel of the Kingdom differs from thu gospel of the grace of Ood. 2 How he preached (v. 15). (1) "The time Is fulfilled and the Kingdom of (iod U at hand. ' This meant that the time had now come for the appear-nne- e of the .Messiah nnd the establish-men- t of his kingdom. (2) "Itepent. Thla meant that the people should turn around, change their minds and attitude toward Christ the King and accept him as their King. This Is a which needs to ho sounded out today People should he called upon to repent of their sins. (3) "Itollove the gospel." Then, as now, men need to helleve the gospel of Christ's death for their sins and resurrection for Justification (1 Cor. 15:1-4- ; Horn. 4:25). II. Jesus Calling Dliclplea to Become Flthera of Men (vv. 1. Who were called (vv. 10, 10). Simon and Andrew, John and James, two pnlra of hrothera. It la usually beat to render the Lord's service In fellowship In pnlrs. This Is not only nucessary for effective testimony, hut for needed fellowship on the part of workers and protection of the witnesses. These all had prexlously heen called to Christ for Milvntlon; they had become his disciples (John 1 They are now called to service. This Is alwuya his way. We are llrst called to he then called to huvo fellowship with til tn In service. 2. From what they were called (vv. 10, 20). They were called from positions of definite service. Ood always chooses his servants from the ranks of the employed. The lazy man Is not likely to have n call. a. To whnt they were called . 17). To be "Ushers of men." They nn doubt had been successful fishers. The qualities which made them good fUlier-men- , namely, patience, bravery to face the storm and night, nnd perseverance which led them to toll all night, though no Huh were caught, would make them good Ushers of men. It requires patience, bravery and perseverauco to win souls for Christ. 4. Their call to obedience (vv. 18, 20). To obey meant ncrlt)e, painful separation, to give up all business Interests and leave their father behind. of the cost, they yielded a prompt obedience. They gave up and home, not even Inquiring as to where their salaries were to coine from. They put their trust In him who called them, believing that he was able to supply all their needs. 6. Their reward (v. 17). These four men have wielded wondrous Influence In the world. Their names have lmuiertnllzcd. Had they remained at their business they would only have heen humble fishermen. When Christ calls let us promptly obey, for eventually It will pay. It will yield "pray for us." The exhortation of one hundredfold in thla life, and eterJas. 0:10 Is, "I'ray for one another." nal llfo In the world to come. ' Finally, prayer brings pence In oil circumstances. Daniel seems to hnvo Preaching the Qoipel. found (Ids so when thu lions' den was If thu church Is to reach the masses opening to rccelvo him. Ho went to of the pi'0Jo It will have to send, aa that den with a quiet conlldencu and did the prophets and apostles, fit men deep pence of heart and mind which to tell the glorious gospel of the grace was wholly lacking; In thu king whoso of Ood. What Is more, those who can- law wns sending him there. Tho sc--, not do thla work will have to supjiort cret Is found In Dan. 0:10: "Now and encourage those who can. The when Daniel knew that the writing marching orders of the church are: was signed, ho went Into his house "Oo ye Into ull the world and preach and kneeled upon his knees three the gospel to every creature." times u day and prayed and gave thanks'before his God ns ho did nforc--! Thee." "For time." This kn n striking fulfillment till the Milvntlon of the world With of tho promise found In I'hll. 4:0, 7: depending ujkiii him, he has time and "Ho anxious for nothing, but In every- thought for each Individual soul. Think thing, by prayer nnd supplication of the vaslness of his carol yet the thanksgiving, let your request body of our Lord Jems Christ wm with he made known unto Ood, and the given for thee. Selected. penco of God which pnsseth nil understanding shall keep your hearts Contagion of Heaven. and minds through Christ Jesus." N ought to be such an atmosThere phere In every Christina church that Not by Our Flaws. a nan going and sitting there should And not by our flaws shall God car- Judge us; hU love keeps our noblest take the contagion of heaven, and ry home a Ore to kindle the altar In tight. Lucy Laraom. whence he came. It. W. Ueeclier. e in-oplme-aago :30-l2s. ' ' busl-neshe-coj ' dividends. I r s t, prayer h r I n g R deliver unco from danger. When I'eter wn sinking beneath the sen he cried. "Lord, mivo mo," and Immediate!,! he was rescued. When Jonah1 canto to himself In the hilly of the grout ll.h ho certainly dnnger, In tfii hut ho prayed nnd came forth from which to human that prison-houswas his tomb. The promise Ih found In I'm. ri0:1.1, "Cull upon tno In tho day of trouble and I will deliver you." Second, priiyer gives protection from temptntlnn. When thu undVr .Ionium made the mistake of ne-- 1 reptlng the (liheonltes, It was beenue they "asked not counsel at the month of the I.ord." Josh. 0:11. Whnt up-- J peared the reasonable thing to do was like n snare cleverly disguised and unseen to sight. Hut no disguise or billing could veil the sight of thu l.ord. Inquiry of Him would have given them tn seo tho unseen and pro-- , tected them from this temptation. Little wonder we nre told to "watch and pray lest ye enter Into tcmptn-tlon.- " Luke 22:40. Third, prayer brines wisdom In perplexity. How often perplexing problems) arise which must he solved ami how often thu solution we come to proves tn he wrong. Wo frequently como to where decisions on Important matters must he made quickly. Of whnt untold value then It Is to hnvo When Nehemluh divine wisdom. found himself In such ense the unrecorded prayer went up and wisdom enmo to him as ho says In Neh. 2:1, "I prayed to tho Ood of Heaven und said to the king" the right won!. Is still true that "If nny mnn lack wisdom let hltn nsk of Ood who glv-- j cth to all and It idiall he given him." JaR. 1 :f. Fourth, prayer brings provision for every need. Luke 11:11, 10 reads, "Ask nnd yo shall receive for every one We know that nsketh recolveth." from experience how this promise Is ocrlookcd nnd we get Into tho htatu of perturbation described In Ja.s. 4:2, "Ye lust and have not ; ye envy anil desire to have, nnd cannot obtain ; ye light and war, yet ye have not." The passage goes on to declare that tho reason vfe "have not" Is "been use we UBk not." How much futile struggling nnd fighting would be Hived us If wo would believe Christ's promise und ask. "Ask nnd ye shall receive." Fifth, iiruvor brings revelations of hidden things us the marginal rending of Jer. 33:3 points out: "Call upon mo nnd I will answer thee, nnd show tbeo great and hidden things which .Many who are tlum knowest not. confused hy the book of Daniel would llnd confusion giving place to order If they hut studied It on their knees. Daniel himself Is nn Illustration of this, for ho declares, "I prayed unto tho I.ord my Ood. and whilst I was speaking and praying, yea whilst 1 wns speaking In prayer, even tho man Gabriel said, 'Oh Daniel, I am now como to give thee understanding,' Dan. 0:4: 20, 21. It was while Daniel wns In prayer that tho deep and hid' den things were made known to him Sixth, prayer enables us to help others. When I'eter was locked up In the prison there wns little that his friends could do for him except pray for him. Hut they could pray mid did pray as recorded In Acts 12 :f, "prayer was mado without censing of thu church unto God for him." Tho consequence was that what they could not do iyrsoiinlly, they did do hy way of the throne from whence an angel came and brought I'eter forth to Paul knew of thu help In them. prayer when ho wroto In I Thess., 0:25, 400 (A M that t'moso spent pays tho highest Washington Nerjro Hanged From Electric Light Pole Nlne-HoDattlo Vaged By Western Rioters Flames Force the Sheriff To Hand Over Black. Western Ntuspsper Union Kws Service. Otimiiii, N'ett. Wlllhini Itrowm negro, niioRod to hnvo iittnekeil n while girl, whs drnkvud from tho county Jnll mid hanged from nn electric polo, following a Htma-glof nine hours by an ImmeiiM- - mod to wrest lilm from the SnorUr. Sheriff Mlelmel Clark and Ids deputies held the fort on tho top Hour of the now court hon.-whero tho Jail Is located, with prisoners, until the building became u seething llTnss of llames and ho was forced to n submit. After the lynching tho were able for tho llrst time to direct a stream on the llames. At the snmo time mhlltlonul extension bidders were used to the third und fourth Honrs where u number of the occupants were standing on window ledges on one slih- - of tho building thnt hnd lint been tomiiid by the Ihlines. Tho entire lire department wns on the scene and n number of the trucks were rushed to llrehouses frv. obtain extra hoso. As soonjis the mob had accomplished Its primary object It began to diminish. The work of rescue then began. It was apparent that the Jail, on the fifth tlonr of tho building, was becoming Intensely hot. Tho cries of the prisoners, about 100 of whom were trapped, to the firemen Troops started from Ki enter efforts. both Ft. Omaha and Ft. Crook. they could leach tho city a patrol wagon was stopped by tho mob, overturned and burned. TI.e mob appeared to bo bent on still mora depredations. The lynching following nn afternoon and evening froiight with 'mob demon-- 1 stratlons seldom recorded. When the llrst rumblings of a possible attempt to lynch Ilrown were hoard Sheriff Clark culled In all his regular deputies In a number of cithers. Tho llrst act that Indicated the mob was lu earnest was a parade on Harney ktreet by about 50 men, who detrained from street cars n few blocks from tho court house. They marched on Harney street at double-quicand were nt the Sheriff's headqunrters before he realized what had taken place. Tho Mayor had gone to the court- o, Ilre-meHo-fonnd-swor- o k r and Yorktown Alto Are Pushing Their Claims Two Million Dollars Have Deen Appropriated for the Institution. Wnshlngton. Citizens of Annapolis, ofllelnl and imortlclnl, hnvo renewed tho light to mnko certain the location of (he new naval experiment nnd laboratory In the vicinity of of the naval academy. Tho n site avas referred hy Secretary o( tho Navy Daniels to tho nnval consulting board, nnd that body, hy n vote which was unanimous except for that of Thomas A. F.dlson, had recommended thnt It be located Just neross tho Severn river from the naval academy. That report was In the hnnds of Air. Daniels Just before tho United Stntes entered the war. and tho beginning of the work of the laboratory was postponed. It wns assumed that Secretary Daniels would nccept the recommendation of the board, to which ho had referred tho matter, but nil nttempts to make him state his decision definitely hnvo heen unsuccessful. Edison Favored New York. Mr. F.dlson favored h site on the water near New York city, holding thnt tho matters of prime Importance were proximity to the experts In thnt vicinity nnd materia! nnd equipment which the laboratory would need. A strong tight wns made for Washington, Its claim being supported strongly by Admiral Orlllln, bond of the of weights nnd stnndnrds. nlso wnnted to have the hut It Is understood thnt as Annapolis has been recommended by tho consulting board. It will withdraw Its claim so thnt the Mnrylnnd congressmen will present n solid front for AnnniMdls. The advocates of Yorktown. Vn.. are the latest to enter tho lists for the locution of tho laboratory. For York-tow- n It Is clnlmed thnt the government has nmple ground available nnd that wnr vessels of the greatest draught can enter tho harbor nnd npprouch tho wharves without dlfllcnlty. Annapolis ' Arguments. A great many strong points nro claimed for the Annapolis site., whero tho government has nlready established nn experimental laboratory at nn expenditure of about $000,000. nnd where It has ample grounds for Its tndellnlte expansion. Satisfactory conditions of water and surroundings are claimed for Annapolis, with n situation which lends Itself tn complete defense In case of war. The nbsonco of tho proximity of n large city, with bit-reInbo-rator- y. ren-ho- ii Jt Two Men Slain; One Wounded. New York. Two men, bullet riddled, felt dead lit front of 78 Catherine street, und u third wns so severely wounded thnt his chance of recovery was said to be slight when he was taken to n As thu three were talking, an automobile, cnutallilng three men, drove up, mid one of the three alighted as It slowed down. He Immediately opened lire as he ml vnnced toward the group and the men In the cur Joined In the fusillade There was a return of the shots fron the men who were nt linked, but" ill most Immediately (iracluo and Valen.l fell to the pavement dead, and Illocco fell u moment Inter. Thirty or forty sheds were tired. The automobile sped demonstration. off without waiting for tho man wh Indiana Hotel Burns. "turted the shooting. The police hnvo Goshen, 1ml. Wawnsee Inn, tho been limihle a- - ,et tn learn tho reason largest nnd one of tho oldest hotels nt for the killings. Lnke Wnwasee, together with nil thu outbuildings nnd a big tank, burned to Arms Plant Nationalized. Vienna. The famous Skoda arms the grouncL nnd ammunition works, near I'llsen, More Cranberries This Year. has been natlnnall.ed, messages which Washington, Sept. 20. This year's reached here state. A new council has crop ot cranberries, according to tho been named to conduct the works. September forecast of tho department This Is comprised of six Czechs and of agriculture, will be nbout 037,000 three Frenchmen. barrels, as ngnlnst 350,000 barrels last car, sewerage contamination of the water and pollution of the air through fumes. Is urged as nnother ndvnntage for Annapolis. The strongest argument, however, which Is presented for Annnpolls as tho location of the laboratory Is the of the work with thnt of tho naval nendemy, and. particularly, school, that of the whoso work has been renewed after tho war, and which Is to be steadily enlarged and expanded. Secretnry Daniels hnR expressed great Interest In In the education nnvy. and It Is proposed to work for n condition where every ofllcer will return nfter some yenrs of sen duty In some speclnl line. It Is pointed out that nn experl-mentnnd research Inborntnry here would he of tremendous value, the student officers to do n great ileal of special nnd research work nnd making possible the employment of tho experts of the Inborntory ns lecturers tit the school. Congress hns nlrendy npproprlnted the sum of $2,000,000 for the Inborn-lorso thnt It will be constructed upon nn ambitious scnle. For Recognition of Nurtes. Ilenewed efforts nro being mnde by the nntlonnl cnmmltteo to obtain rank for nurses to hnvo passed In the senate the bill Introduced by Senator Jones of Washington providing that nurses In tho nruiy nurse corps be grunted rank ns nro medical corps ' olllcers. Under the terms of tho hill, nurses would receive relntlve rnnk, Including commissions nnd Incrensed pny or emoluments. The bill, which careful-ly subordinates tho nurso to tho tnedl-- 1 oil corps, follows tho example set tn Canada and Australia, whero rnnk hns been granted nrtny nurses with conspicuous sifecess, according to Its chnmploiis. ltelntlve ranking ns provided In the bill follows: Superintendents, ns ma 1 PUBLIC SALE One Farm, Containing 182 Acres Known as the Ned Blythe farm, one and one half miles from Berea, on the Berea and Wallaceton pike. 120 acres in cultivation, balance in d woods and grazing land. Terms, down, balance in 1 and 2 years. On the farm is a very good house, two good barns and silo. Plenty of running water. I will also sell 3 milch cows, some farming tools, about 4 tons hay, 1 yearling filly. Sale on one-thir- Wednesday, Oct. 8, at 10:00 a.m. The above land will be offered in two tracts, one of 65 2 acres and one of 116 2 acres. The road divides the tracts. Will also be offered as a whole. It will be sold whichever way brings the most money. Call on, or write 1-1-- jors; assistant directors, captains; chief nurses, first lleuteuunts; nurses, second lieutenants. Mexico Stops Exhibition In Texas. Tex., Sept. 25. Hecause Dallas, Governor Hobby's recent public advocacy of armed Intervention by the United Stntes tn Mexico, the Mexican government has canceled Its plans to send n big exhibition and a delegation of business inen to the Texas state C. B. BLYTHE, Paint Lick, Kentucky. 2m sf fair next mruh. jjftBflfftl Pnpc Klght TUB CITIZEN MY October 2, AUTO. 1010 East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else -- iliiy. nf Mr. mnl Mrs. .(. T. Thompson. slock nt Clay City; fulling health Is riu Painl I. irk ball I atn plnynil given as I he reason. II. L. Bush A: al Nirhnliisvtlle, Salurilay, nnil were Cm. have moved (heir slock of ftciir 'TIS Or THEE No c.rrpnilrtwe pulHitm! unto. n it tint for puMfe Mlon. but th inl Inoffull brf.lth.writer. Writ nrt iril ! . Th nm AlIPP 111 rliinljr . . ...,mf W.-- Tho I. ....... nt Inmiu I.Tnnfll defeated. Nlrholnsvlllo making the only score. Mr. nml Mrs. J. I). Wynn. Mr. nml Mrs. Bennett lloope, will nltftiil Iho world actio nt I his f week. Thoio tiro ! of smallpox In this vloin- .' " mn" "I C'n-riin- ral Xnllmnton, Sept. (he - Irvine reminiscences Mm i i of ll.o laic war told, "" t rMin- -i "- -. "; ' " '" " ( "I .. now- church at F.gyplmiyesterday," n.umiin IIHiny nun HMiitiru. uji-i i gnn her enreor nt I he nge ilf seven Bryantsvillo yeurs. During her Inler years sho large attendance, nnd Sundny.vvith a Bryanlsvllle, Sept. 28. Mrs. Forest umrried a Swedish nobleman nml Mr. Fra.icr -I- t. M. Brwlshnw, of McKee, visited Mrfienrgo. for $$,000. Ctirli left lnf Monday for Biickejv, IivihI in ipiicl in their castle in past week, with friends! is going huiIIi for hs healths where she will visit, her mother and during the Wales. Her concert tour netted Onalio Chrisman left Inst and relnlives at this place. Thomas! oilier ifclnMviv. Herbert Doolin, her a large fnrluno. of trvinn. has returned from week for lier srlionl nl Danville, mother and sister were shopping n recent visit wilh friends and relain Lancaster, Saturday. Mr. and The great French slalesinan. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY tives of this place and in Clay Mrs. Will Swope, Sr, and children in n long speech lo Hie Disputanta ConniveMiss llitha Holcomb, after llliHinber of Deputies m favor of Dispulanla. Sept. 20. The revival were in Danville, Saturday. Miss spending the pasl sixteen months in Margaret Ootischorn left I ist Monrulillrntinn of the Peace with its Oklahoma and Colorado, returned, closed nl Macedonia Inst week with day for Berea, where she will enI wo League of .nliou, took occasion to Horn lo Mr. and Mrs. addition. Friday. rncle John W. Wilson, ter College. Edwin Wylic- - spent speak In highest terms of the United a member of Willie Hammond, a girl, named Sunday nigh! with his cousin. Curl who rpcenlly hernnie Slate and expressed Iho hope that Hnby. John Young and wife of Hie church of this place, was bapIloinn. of Lowell. .(nines (ireor. of we would ratify tho Troaly without Married, nt the Hamilton. Ohio, are visiting rela- Lancaster, tins accepted a position tized the llth. reservations or ninendnienl. Be Is bride's home, Miles Caudill and tives here and nl Climax. Mr. Joel as inechnnic in the Brynnlsville not a sentimentalist, hut has como Delia Lynch, of this place, Septem- Lake, who is making her home with garage. Miss Lauveiia Montgomery "MEDDLING IN EUROPE" lo this imstllon beoausu of tho neber lith. n. 0. and James Wood her daughter, Mrs. George OatlifT, spen a few ilnys last week with her cessities of the case. TROTZKY SAYS REDS WILL TIGHT wont, to Turkey Foot yesterday on has been very sick, but is some hel- parents. Mr. and Mrs. The Hoard of Temperance of the Frank MontTallinn McWhorter, who ler at. this writing. Miss Pearl gomery. Edwin Wylic left last businessMethodist Episcopal Church is in re(Continued Tram Piga One) Berea, was visiting at in Abrams, of has been visiting relatives The Argentine Republic ha made m ceipt of a letter inquiring the Thursday for Hamilton, Ohio, where Breathitt County, returned home the home of Hay and Nannie Svvin-for- d, he expert lo And work. Miss Lotfor interest in the liquor a large loan of money to lieriiiuny lnl week. Dr. 0. T. Payne was tie Broddus was a visitor of Miss the Polos nml the forces of (TciutiiI situation in Great Britain and else- for the purchase of mw materials. Mrs. WicklilT MWednesday. Monday lo join her al Ml. Vernon and Orlando, doing Mary Bell Halcomb cWhorter left This will come bnck lo her nnd cn one evening Denlklne, the nntltmUhevlk leader In where In Europe. denial work, lal week. He goc3 husband who is in Hamilton, Ohio. sure trade relnllons. Tho German There is a triple justification. last. week. Mrs. James Sutton and south Itussln, soon tuny establish communication nml their efMr. and Mrs. Frank Clark and two there today lo work this week. First, British patriot who pro Republic is "bowing slims of .stamother have returned from Illinois, In children leave today for Hamilton, Mrs. J. E. McGuire. of Paint Lick, where they were the gnosis, last forts In fighting the holshcvlkl In tho lighting the liquor evil hnve solic- bility, and if she displays n purtho Ukraine have revived Interest and her daughters. Anna and Bessie Ohio. week, of Mrs. Ilufiis Moss, of Crab ftusslhn situation nmong the peace ited American intoresL Help not pose lo live up lo her promises sho and Eureka, who are allonding in the form of money nnd directed will regain confidence and recover Orchard. Mrs. flhoda Wylie and conference delegates. school at Berea, were visiting here more rapidly than by any other The refusal of the German General in its mnuifestntioiis by British V MADISON COUNTY family motored to Lowell, Sunday Saturday and Sunday Mr. Tom ' Goljz to ohoy the orders of the peace ha been asked and will means. Although there is still a guests of her McKee Ogg, of Berea. spent Saturdny and evening, and were the conference thai iie evneunte the Bal- be given. nominal blockade, there is little brother, Joe Boian. McKee, Sept. 20. The doctors reSunday with her brother, C. L. tic provinces of Russia nnd Germany's Second. America has been made attempt to make it effective. In county. port cases of flu in this declnrjitlc)ii thn she ennnqt be rc the object of gross Martin.. Hiram Thacker and G. V. slander by tho enso of necessity, however, il can Dr. Hildrelh from West. Va. is visit-i- n potislbie for his" movements leaves OWSLEY COUNTY Owens wenl to Ohio lal week with wet interest and press of Great bo renowed. his brother, Dr. 0. S. Hildrelh of the intention of locating there. Conkllng the conferenco for the moment In a Britain. When any trade or group this place. Lieut. Stanley Engle.who Oscar and Bertha Thomas, Conkling, Sept. 27. Claude An- Helpless H)slilon. of RichThe Scindiii. Anchor Line from There Is no disposition to nk the circulates libelous reports in rehas been in Germany for several mond, were here Saturday and Sun- derson and wife and liltlo son, three-fourlGlugow, is reported by a pasongor months, came home last Thursday. Charles C, spent the pnst week Coles, who nre already engngeil, to gard In a policy approved by day. Bertha King, who has been xpel Goltz nnd no other nation has 0 ton of of the American people, a to have brought over Mrs. Grace Ailst from Iowa is visit- sick, is some better. Mr. and Mrs. with relatives al this place. They orces nvftllnMe. decent regard for our honor dic- Scotch whisky on a recent trip. ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Bob P. left Monday and will stop over in The Poles nlreadv ure so huy with tates n defense. Corneilous, of Bob town, F. Engle. Mrs. S'am Boggs, who has spenl Saturday and Sunday nml no untcttled at with Berea a few days before returning he By a majority of nine. Ibe popular Third, The British Empire and been sick for some time, is improv- - Shellnn Grigsby at lo their home at Morgnnlown, West home that the great power apparentthis place. America nro in the samo boat and brniich of the Belgian legislature ing.-- Miss Rhode Lynch and Grant p,oas Yfl ly nre unwilling to Iiiimisu more miliwas n Williams, of A'irginia., Hnhart Anderson we are vitally concerned Hint British lias passed an anti-liquhill. tary hurdens on them. Nunn were married in McKee last Berea. attended church here Sun- ordered to Lexington before Doctor American otllcers recently returned prestige, power and prosperity shall Friday. Mrs. William Callahan was day. Hcv. George Childress and J. Scott for examination, Tuesday. from I.etvln express the belief that increase, not decline. In spilo of Col. Hoiiso is reported by tho thrown from her horse, Saturday, F. Phelps attended the Association Maude Anderson spent the week-en- d Coltz soon will retire from that part anil broke her arm. Mr. and Mrs. al parents here. Several of Russia and let the local population the organized propaganda against American Issue to have written a Bond last week. Fodder saving with her John Farmer attended the. Baptist and sorghum making are all the go from this place attended Hie fair work out Its problems, which ure (rent Britain, she is our host friend strong endorsement of prohibition and the vast majority of the Ameri- m a letter lo a friend in this Association at EgypV Saturday. here. Where are you, Itockford? at Bond last week. The Teachers' iurgely agrarian. can people know it and roeiprocalo 71. M. Bradshaw visited friends' at Associalion for this Division TalcHave you have fallen asleep? "Ethol last v.ecki A part of the ing held al Dol Creek today. Peo, . i "Second Field Artillery from Camp ple of this vicinity are very busy LEE COUNTY Taylor passed through McKee, Sunmaking sorghum and saving fod- - 1 Beattyvjllo day morning, on a return trip I dor. Beatlyville, Sept. 27. Major .1. II. lhroug?i the eastern part of the Scoville Slate. Misses Verna and Virginia Evans, of the Hospital Corps of the Scoville, Sept. 26. Fodder saving liOth U. S. Infantry, is here nt "Englo will leave Monday for Berea, present on a furlough; hp will and sorghum making are the genwhere they will enter school. occupations m this community. be discharged in about two weeks, eral Everybody is looking forward to when he will return lo his old Clay Lick the "Holy Ril'er" meeting at the Clay Lick, Sept.- 20. Corn cutting stand here as M.D. among us. S'or- - Buck Creek Graced school house nnd sorghum making are the chief S,um niah'n& 's uio orucr ot ine nigh and Sundr.v ii'urn-- " occupations of the farmers in thisl,,nj' amo,"? ,1,p armnrs "ver the ing. Mrs. Hamj Ross and dnighter, pn"nl-vTlloil bwslntM is still Mr. and suction Mr. Stanley ' 'h'ting re n. ves at Lizzie, a- -' 0. hazard, Ky. M.--j Emory Maupin Fowler were the. guests of his nourishiw: in tho county.--W. week from "'""'ned last mother, Mrs. America Fowler, ofjI,ra,,lo Miss and little son Mid her r. Cam" Taylor, having recently Berea, lat Saturday and Sunday. to South ,"r,10(1 froni Germany, where ho Maude Wilson, returned nml Mrs. Carlns Johnson worn Saturday. Miss Lebanon, an' Fannie Fi 'p. last the guests of her mother, Mrs. Lewis, slH,I,t sovoraI months.-Gr- een who hai ,r',n a Botkin, Saturday night John Mar Lawrence Lucas, of Primrose, woro Battle Vv.ieim, "nice in tin, of flockca'tle, was the guest of in town, Saturday, on business. i d iy Mrs. .'i tie, ret i l 1 i.:r Quilo a number of teachers were Mr. and Mrs. Bright Short, tho past Morgan F.iierj. vim went 'o visit town. Saturday, receiving (heir week. Mr. and Mrs. Ball bavo sold in her sisler, Mrs. Willard Vale, of '.heir farm to Layton Kerby for first checks for tills year's work. Cincinnati, last Saturday, returned Wm. Evans, the hustling merchant $2T,000. Wm. Slcut nnd Charlie home yesterday. Mf'ss Bertha ami farmer from Athol, was hero Blythe, the dairymen, have recentJackson attended the wedding of her a few days last week, on business. ly had their silos filled. Procousin, Miss Florence Garrett, to Mr. David Anderson, both of Levi, tracted meotng will begin at the GARRARD COUNTY Baptist Church at Wallacolon, OcSunday. Bryantsvills tober Oth. Sam Willaford, tho toThis is one of the very best farms in Garrard County. Lots of "folks" Brynnlsville. Sept. 20. Mr. and CLAY COUNTY bacco man, is visiting bomefolks for have tried to buy the 'Jim Denny farm, but it has never been on the market a fow days. Wo are sorry to hear Mrs. W. K. Davis spent Wednesday Vine Vine, Sept. 27. Fodder pulling is that Hoy Bolkin of Wallacelon is no in Lexington. Miss Allene Curtis till now. A beautiful home. Splendid residence with sloping lawn and large bettor at this writing. Will Wal- is very proud of her new player pi- the go in Ibis community. Mrs. Reshade trees right to the pike. Barns and all outbuildings. At tractive to every becca JPonuington is visiting hor ker has just returned from a nice ano willi tho ukulele attachment. Mrs. W. K. Davis and little son at Livingston Mrs. Mattio passer-by- . visit with friends in Richmond, Mr. and son, Newton, and Miss Boltio Scott Pennington and sons are visiting Rogorsville, and Paris. Will be subdivided and sold in several tracts. Either 10 or 25 acres spent Sunday with Miss Anna relatives in Laurel County this with the residence, or as much more as you want. Several unimproved tracts Holtzclaw at her homo near Stan week. II. II. Rice is attending Panola with fine building sites. We always sell to suit the purchasers. Railroad Panola, Sept. 20. We were glad ford. Miss Etln Smith, of Hyalts-vill- e, court al Manchester this week. spent the week-en- d with her Sceral from this plnce attended tho 1o have in oilr midst Dewey Sharpe station and shipping point right at the farm. A lot of virgin soil. Has been last wcok. Ho was on his way from aunt, Mrs. McAfeo. Miss Fannio fair at Annville, Friday. Mr. and in the Denny family for more than a generation. What is this farm worth? Boroa to Ixuiisvillo to study phar Dowden was the guest of Miss Mr. Elisha Rich hav moved to Lackey, in Lancaster, Friday their new home at Livingston, Ky. KinLurilo macy. Mr. and Mrs. Wickliffo The bidders on day of sale will answer, as my contract calls for an "absolute Mrs. Wm. Pennington is reported dred of Hamilton, 0., are visltng and Saturday. Mrs. J. B. Holcomb or limit." Everybody gets a square deal at my sale without reserve, by-bi- d relatives hero and at Locust Branch. and daughter, Mary Boll, wero shop- very poorly at mis writing. hggs sales, that is one reason why Swinebroad "ALWAYS SELLS." What is the nro 30 cents per dozen at this place. Pattio Wells, of Richmond, is ping In Danville, Monday. visiting her grandparents, Mr. and use of further description. ,.rl Mrs. Charlos Cox. Owen Yato3, of Paint Ltck POWELL COUNTY Look this farm over before day of sale; it will appeal to you. You will Kingston, is teaching our school. Painl Lick, Sept. 20. Miss Emma Vaughns Mill want to own a part or all of it. It has all the advantages of location, improveweek-en- d at her Vaughns Mill, Sept. 29. Tho Thomas Kindred spent tho week- Holtclaw spent tho end with rolativcs at Richmond and home near Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. drought has been completely broken ments and quality of soil. Close to Lancaster with its three Hanks, Churches, Lexington. A lot of tho younger Ben Foley ami Mr. and Mrs. W. C. hero by a good downpour of rain Markets, Loose Leaf Warehouse, and The Hest Graded and High School in folks enjoyed a bean hulling at tho Halev, of Berea, wero guo3ts, Sun- - last Monday and Tuosday. Farmer For further particulars and to show you the farm see R. G. Woods, Kentucky. aro very much encouragod, and in Paint Lick, Ky., Woods Walker or Robert Walker, or they aro putting in full time their sorghum making, corn cutting, etc., till the owls say, "Whoo who aro you?" Cordis Larison recently opened up a now grocery store at Clay City. Sliolt, McKin-ne- y The Real Estate Man & Company lmved moved their saw-mi- ll from Spout Spring to tho Returns to its before-the-wa- r Green Kslos' place on Hardwiok's high standard of quality Greek, where thoy will cut a largo nroa of virgin timber. Miss Viola McKiught has entered Berea College for tho fall term. T. J. Kirk is closing out IHs general mcroliandi&o Hon wa nt Island held Iiv Hip Ol.l Baptists Clly Inst Friday, Saturday lry, '"'" iviniirnn" irmvpvjirii. ' !' nW . atwl preached Mrs. I.tila Oliver. sold his farm of Hip funoral Andy Frazlor has KM acres to Henry of nnd Madison Counties. Vr eral merchandise from Utile Creek Creek. The In upper Hnnlwick's body of Tom Adams, formerly of' this county, was brought to Powoll'j1 Valley one day last week, whero his remains were interred. Mr. Adams'! death was due In llii and pneumonia. He held a responsible position. with Hip Q. A C. Railroad nl. Dan-ull- e. where he and his family resided. A wife and three children are left lo mourn his loss. Mrs, Addie Nelson returned home last week from a three week' visit at Kansas City nnd lo relnlive other poinls in Missouri. A well was completed nonr Slanton last week at n depth of tVM feet and was doomed as a duster. The oil business seems to he on a standstill in and nrounil hero at prosont. No drilling in progress nl all. David Patrick bn purchased n large drilling rig, and his son, Leonard, is il at Furnare. After operating sinking live wells nt Furnace, he will bring it to his farm near here and lest same out. Here's hoping he will strike Die pool. My Auto, 'lis of (hoe, shnrt cut to poverty of Iheo I chant. I blew n pile of dough on you two year ago. and now you refuse to go, or won't or can'l. Thru (own and countryside, you woro my Joy and pride; a happy day. I love thy gniiily line, thy nice while tire so new, but now you're down and out for true, in every way. To Iheo old nitllehiix, enuip tunny humps and knocks; for lliee I grieve. Ilinlly Ihy top I lorn, fruypil nre thy seals nml worn, Hip whooping cough elfecls Ihy horn. I do believe. Thy perfume swells the breee, while good folks ehoko and snooze, as we pnss by. I pnid for thee a price, 'twould buy a mniuion twice, now everybody's yelling "ico" I wonder why? Thy motor has t lie pip, and wop i thine. I. too, have suffered chills, ague and kindred ills indenvoring to pay my bills, since limn werl mine. Gone is my bank roll now, no more 'twould choke n cow, as once before. Yet. if I had the mini, something would sure ho done, but I'd tlx you so you'd run, nml spend some more. Ex. the friendship. Wo do not know whnl the fiilure has in sloro what combination of power In Iho interest of world rompipsl or Molsho-- v ini or united action for the of scattered and local ambitions. Mul otio thing Is sure, Iho milled powor of tho English-speakipeople will he needed to deal adequately with tho future and it w ill need lo be a power stripped of every hnndienp. ng WORLD NEWS (Continual rrom Fig Ona) Clem-enrea- ii, - justl-llcnlii- hs liol.-lievlkl or The James N. Denny Farm - , 247 ACRES 3 miles Lancaster I re-M- Garrard Co., Richmond Pike i hn, On L. & N. Railroad at Point Leavell. Cr-""'- .' AT AUCTION Friday, Oct. 10, 10 o:clock. No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Hour SWINEBROAD Lancaster, Kentucky Or W. E. Moss, Adv. Manager Once Tried Always Used