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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): October 9, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 cit1919100901_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): October 9, 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. C. FROST, Editm-ln-Ch- PUBLISHING CO. (lirM, Kit at nuvnA unJrr Att afMmh, W. TSmr--ta nl lltrta. Kit, Kntmi at (A Itiffle at tUut VMuW Vol. XXI. A.'ifry Five Rents Per Copy Devoted to ttie Interests bf tlie DKREA, MADISOiN COUNTY, KKIfTtfCKY, The peo-wh- CtIZEN i ILffo-ujxteLi- ii OCTOIIKri t, People Knowledge Is Power and Iho way lo keep up with modern Knowledge Is lo read a good Newspaper. 1019 Ono Dollar and Fifty Ccns Per Year No. 15 America for Law and Order If there is any one idea which is American it is the idea that law and order shall prevail. The people will appoint lawmakers and magistrates and these lawmakers and magistrates shall punish crime and protect property by "due process of law." BEAUTIFUL AMPHITHEATER IS DENVER'S BOAST Kentucky News Nlclmlusvllle. ir I met ii red W. L. Glass suffered ankle and dislocated knei vUdlo attempting to cross the river from Mercer county, at Munday' Lbndlng. Mr. Qlnss Is a traveling Versailles. Mrs. J, E. Wntson, for three years In charge of tho home department at Margaret College, has accepted the position of'superlntendent of the girls' home of the Y. W. C. A. at Lexington. C. II. Smith sold more worth of watermelons from his pntcli In two days, exhausting his supply. Hundreds drove to the farm, nbout four miles from town, tilling cars with the fruit Georgetown. For a good while we have had excitable people who were unwilling to have law take its course in punishing Negroes and foreigners, and now we are finding crowds in Northern cities who act in the same way. In the South the mobs and lynching parties are less frequent and less bold; but in the North they seem to be increasing. This is because a good many Southerners have come to live in Northern cities. It is "also caused by the o fact that there are in our Northern cities, groups of are "out for a tear" on general principles, and seeking some excuse for burning, pillaging and shedding blood. There is evidence too that the same propoganda which worked for Germany in stirring up any kind of trouble in America is still at work. We have all the machinery for the protection of life, honor and property by due forces of law and every patriotic citizen will come out strong in condemnation of mob violence. than Hoy scouts drilling nnd event In llio new amphitheater recently. Mulshed at Denver. Colo. Tlio amphitheater Is the civic of all kinds are stuged there. Richmond. Juniors nnd Freshmen won over the Seniors ami Sophomore In the the losers were dragged through the pond, but even In the water, made a hard tight before being yanked up the opposite bank. Peace for the World This week the United States Senate will probably take action on the League of Nations. It is one of the most momentous actions ever taken by men. For ages good men have hoped for such a thing as a league of nations. We have discovered that two men who quarrel can find justice better in court than in a fight with fists or weapons. And we have found that two states, as for example, Kentucky and Ohio, can settle any dispute better in court than by war. The great world war has brought things to such a condition that a league of nations can be started more hopefully than at any previous time in history. The leading nations of the world have come out with declarations backed by real sentiment and conviction in favor of justice. And the power which has put down Germany would be able to prevent any other act of wickedness like Germany's invasion of Belgium. The Allies, if they will stand together, can establish justice and police the world. A group of United States Senators, mostly Republicans, we regret to say, are opposed to having the United States join this League of Nations. Their reasons are these : In the first place, President Wilson did not consult them in advance as they think he ought to have done. This is probably true, but it ought not to prevent them now from doing what will be for the benefit of the United States and of the world. Secondly, they think this League is very imperfect. This is also true, but so was the Unik'd States government imperfect when it was first formed. It has been greatly improved, but it is imperfect still. Nevertheless, it is a gieat deal better than nothing. It will be so with the League of Nations. In its present imperfect form it can be improved, but it can never be improved unless it has a beginning, and we are never likely to have a beginning unless we make it now. Thirdly, these senators claim that it is contrary to the American idea for us to concern ourselves with the affairs of the old world. This was the doctrine of President Monroe, but he worked it the other way to prevent European countries from establishing colonies in Central and South America. Now conditions have greatly changed. From a wak country America has become the strongest in the world. All Europe has adopted a great many ideas; France and England are. great Republics, and the Republican idea is great and growing in all other lands. Besides this, we are closer to the old world with steam navigation and Atlantic cables. Any trouble in any part ofthe world will affect us. According to the terms of the League of Nations, we shall exclude European operations from America. But we ought to be proud and glad to join hands with England and France in looking out for justice everjuhiii a .U plii'ng 4ht tvuild The prayers of a thousand years for the advancement of peace and righteousness all tell today in favor of the League sf Nations. CONTENTS F OSTER ASKS VIEWS 4' ' World News te U. S. News PERSHING AND SIMS TO SPEAK Frank Smithy, who Is employed by the Kentucky Utilities Company, was rendered unconscious by a falling electric light pole, which he was removing. U was badly bruised about the head and Versailles. g, shoulders. Tho amendments which the Sen-nON LAW BE SECRET has been trying to make to the Episcopal Delegate at Detroit Will Cynthlann. Will Thomas Light, suBe Addresaed by Warriors I'ea'co Treaty aro being defeated perintendent of the Harrison county Inon Oct S. Ihus far in tho vole. Some of tho firmary, was Injured when a runaway more Important aro still to come, Mlch Oct. 2. Gen. Persh- horse hitched to a wagon struck hla Reporters Detroit. Seeks to Exclude but Mho sentiment seems to be ing and Admiral Sims are expected to buggy on Main street, throwing him to ground. Mr. Light suffered Injury From the Senate Hearing. swinging toward a ratification withaddress the delegates to the triennial tlie out' amendments. An effort is now general convention of the Episcopal to his back. M. F. T1GHE ANSWERS GARY ments into being made lo shape over tho amendreservations and try to them enacted in that form. ive Head of Steel Workers' Union Charge $20,000,000 In Fund Wa Used to Fight the Strike Don't Seek Closed Shop. Washington, Oct. 4. Chnrglng that he had not been fairly treated by the newspapers. William Z. Foster, secretary of the steel strikers' committee, told the senate committee Investigating the strike thut he would answer a question ns to whether he was In favor of orgunlzed government If the correspondents were excluded from the room. The committee took no nctlon on the request, nnd Senator McKcllar, Demo- v Tlie physical rendition of President. Wilson Is receiving much comment, The strain on a chief executive 'is great at any time, but scarcely over has a man been called on to meel as many difficult problems as Mr.Wilson. In spite of criticisms, lie holds the respect and confidence of tho leading statesmen of the ivorld, and any serious incapacity (oUerve' at this time would be a calamity The act of the Italian poet in precipitating tho Italian situation is not commendable. t- - participate. TEN church here Oct. 9. On that evening an open meeting will be held for the discussion of the general subject: "The Meaning of the War to the Church nnd the World," and the two leading warriors of the United States orld conflict aro expected to In the Mnysvllle. Quite a delegation of our young people left Maysvllle to enter college and university for this year'n term. Maysvllle und Mason county Is represented by a large delegation lu every Important school and college In the State of Kentucky. crat, Tennessee, and Chairman Ken-yopressed for answer to the question, which had been put by the "former. Foster said his views had changed, but that he was unwilling to say how far In the presence of the correspondents. "Don't Want View Bandied About." When Senator McKellar flrst asked bis question, Foster laughed. The senator then read from a book, which Foster agreed he had written, declaring necessary in the revolution social United to secure worker State rights. "I've repudiated that pamphlet," snld Foster, "but I don't wont my views bandied about by n lot of prejudiced lying newspapers to the damage of the strikers." Foster said his own views had not been used In tho steel strike; that he had adhered to the "principles of trade unionism," Ho cxplulncd that ho was raised In tho slums nnd that when he wrote the book he was "a follower of the Spanish, French nnd Italian union system." Today, ho added, be had "become n little less radical, possibly," nnd was "n believer In American and English trade unionism." Reudlng from the pnmphlet on "Syndicalism" n section snying that "the wage earner proposes to Ignore the code of ethics nnd wrest from tho capitalists tho Industries they havo stolon and bring nbout tho revolution by tho general strike," Senator McKellnr n No man ought take upon himself to dictate a policy for his country. The prime minister of Italy is somewhat noncommittal on the matter, but, the foroign minister is upright and outspoken in condemning tho act and calling attention to the serious consequences it may have on the futuro standing of Italy among tho nations. The arrival of Viscount Grey, tho new ambassador to tho U. S. from England, arouses much of interest at this time. He is prepared to assist our President in his stand for the League of Nations. He is a very warm and enthusiastic supporter of the plan and is outspoken in his defense of it, as aro most of tho leading men in tho Peace Congress who very well know that it is an essential to any peace at all. Admiral Baron Saito of Japan has been mado Governor of Korea. He was prominent in tho war between llussia and Japan and is regarded ns ono of tho best men of Japan. Tho appointment Is an acknowledgement of the importanco of the placo on account of tho independent spirit of tho Korean people. It Id to bo hoped that Japan may find a better way to treat tho Koreans or ele give them back their independence. Editorials: Pcaco for tlio World; America for Law and Order. Kentucky Nows; U. S. News; World Nows. I'ago; Publio PAGE 2. Students School Notes; Sonato Kills Fall Amendments. PAGE 3 Continued Story; Sonato and House Conferees Agree. PAGE 4f Local News. PACE 1. NOW PAGE " Mountain Agriculture; PAGE C. Homo Department. PAGE 7. Sermon; Sunday School 5-bocal Patience. Don't get discouraged. There Is hope for everyone nnd success ahead for those who are willing to patiently await triumph. It Is safer and surer for you If you'll follow the precedent of older nnd wiser persons than yourThey prolmbly know through self. Ween and humiliating experience. Walt In views now? "I'll say I do not," Foster said In a lowered voice. Olvlng n detailed history of union activities In the steel Industry, Michael F. Tlghe, president of tho Iron, Steel and Tin Workers' union, told the Hint the United States Steel corporation, Instead of "leading the van In advancing wages, ns Judgo Gary has claimed, has lagged bohlnd our or flrst-luui- Tho King and Queen of Belgium are now in this country and are receiving a splendid wclcomo, as it is fitting thoy should. They havo been given tho freodom of tho country nnd wero madu honorary citizens of New York City. Thoy expect to travel across tho country, ganization." "Information given to you by Judgo and then will pay a visit to tho President in Washington. It had Oury," Mr. Tlgho said, "was not evidence gained from practical been planned that they should first knowlvdgo of the Industry, but, In- visit tho capital, but tho President's stead, consisted of the statements illness changes tho plan. J com-tnltte- o PAGE 8. Lossoo. Last Kentucky Nows. In Revolution Poland It Feared. of Poland, who li In Paris fighting to obtain from the Allien, vital supplier for the Polish nntton, stated that revolution Is threatened In Poland unless the Allien tnke Immediate steps to ellevtute conditions In the nation. It the revolution materializes, Germany, the Premier said, will gala not only control oi Poland, but of RussU M fwejlL Pari. Ignacc Puderewskl, Premier Soldier Walked en Diamond. Two detachments of Ilrltlsh troops literally walked on diamond for n week or so during a trek they mado Africa during the wur In Southwest days. Tlio march was through a famous gem Held and at every halt the Tommies sought for precious stones, muiiy really valuable ones being found. made to hlin by his employees, foremen nnd superintendents, It was fur nnd awny from being the truth ubout the Industry." Sir. Tlgho repealed tho chargo that ; (liu Steel corporation early In Its history hud appropriated $'.'0,000,000 to light unions and gnvo names of his Informants. Tho unions, ho said, had never sought tho "closed shop," but Take Your Rations. If you could ride from the earth to Alpha Centurl, the neurest stur, und you traveled at the rate of one mile a minute, you would reach your destination In 48.000,000 years. It would therefore be wise to take a few "union shops." Union Shop Not Closed Shop. "When tho management signs a contract as to scales nnd working conditions It Is a union shop," ho explained. Lloyd Goorgo, tho Prlmo Minister "Tho effect Is tho same as a closed shop. Isn't IU" asked Senator Sterling of England, is at his homo in Wales, resting up for tho slrugglo whloh (Itep.) of South Dakota. "No." suld Mr, Tlgho "We aro not is ahead of him when Parliament (Continued on Pago Fivo) (Continued on Pago Five) Tho German Minister of War, has requested General Yon dcr GolU to return to Germany from his position in tho Haltlo region or llussia. Ho has a largo command and is n great favorite with his soldiers. Some anxiety Is being felt regarding tho consequences of a failuro to obey. Ho is considered a The "White Feather." slrong man nnd a possible leader of The expression, "He showed the a reactionary movement. white feather," has Its origin In refer- Vk, high Mt. Sterling. The county school has employed a teacher of scientific farming and agriculture this year, and he bus begun his work. IndicaThree White, Seven Black Victim tions are thut he will have a- - large Wounded Ten to Twenty-Fivclass. The teacher In charge Is n Situation Getting Worse. graduate of the Agricultural Collego Elelenn, Ark., Oct 2. Two white at Lexington. men, Clinton Leo and J. A. Tappen of Loudon. President Wilson haa Helena, and seven negroes are known to be dead at Elaine, near here, as a granted the appeal for clemency of result of n pitched battle between a Walter Scott Perry, of Jenkins, Ky., term In the Atposse searching for the persons who now sen lug n last night from ambush fired upon and lanta penitentiary for misappropriatkilled W. D. Atkins, railroad special ing funds of the First National Itank agent, nnd n crowd of negroes. A third at Jenkins. The shortage wns paid In white man, Ira Proctor, was wounded. full by Perry and his wife. From 10 to 23 others have been Frankfort. This city Is to have a wounded. new hotel ns all but $40,000 of the 2."i0,000 fund being raised for this purMormon In Big Convention. pose has been subscribed. It Is beSnlt Lake City. Utah, Oct. 4. The the nineteenth semlnnnuul conference ol lieved that soon.remaining $40,000 will be The new hotel the Church of Jesus Christ of Lattei risesecured ruins of the old Capital will Hoon the Dny Saints (Mormon) was convened In tabernacle here, members of the tel, destroyed by flro threo years ago. tho church from all parts of the world beSeveral persons narrowing In attendance. Close to 10,000 vis- ly Covington.Injury when escaped a wall itors were present, It was estimated. which Is being built for the warehouse of the Kenton Looso Leaf Tobacco Co, Crashes Cost Live of Eight Springfield, O. Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. at Second and Scott streets, toppled Cree, of Rural Route No. 4, Wyoming, over. Workmen ran to safety. This 111., and their two sons, 4 and 2 years Is the third time within two months old, respectively, nnd one daughter, 8 that these wulls'have been blown over year old, wero killed Instantly at a by the wind. grade crossing west of Donnellsvllle, Maysvllle. Tho grand Jury adjournthis county, when an automobile In session, returning which they were riding was struck by ed after n flve-dnthree Indictments, two against one an Ohio Electric car. man, D. Thomas, accused of houso breaking and carrying uwuy personal Lake Qravett In Steamer property of another, and Albert Boston. A call for Immediate grand lnrceuy. The final report tlMance was received from the steam-- of tho Jury says : "We And the general r Ioike Gravett nt the naval radio moral conditions In tho county excepstation. The message mid that tin tionally good and the law In a large steamer, which I bound from Fowey, measure being obeyed. England, for Portland, wns In urgent need of coal and because of the heavy Newport, Ky. William N. Manwer-rhig- , weather wna unublo to reach n eoallni tralllc otltcer of Newport was IHMt. made defendant In an action filed In the Cumphell Circuit Court for $0,000 dumages and his surety In the sum of Three Killed When Car Hit Auto. Noblesvllle, Ind. W. II. Clark, hit $1,000. The petition was tiled by Peter of his wife nnd daughter Edna, 14 your old Gelslerlo behalf the defendunt, on son. He n lieges that the Ind., wor killed lintuntlj night of September 15, while running of Colombo. old, an- at a dangerous rate of speed struck the and Mt Pearl Clark, 31 other daughter, was Injured itertoualj bicycle on which the plaintiff was ridwhen the automobile In which the) ing, fracturing his skull, dislocating his were riding wan truck by n northbound hips und Injuring his spine, chest and limited car on the Indiana Union True limbs. ttnii line nt a croutltig n few nillt-- i Frnukfort. It's n long way from muthwvt of ltd city, The traetlor to the Kentucky State Fair, but enr wns In charge of Motoruian Wtl llitm lHnnott and Henry llrllea, oi lu the big German police dog owned by dlunupolU. J, Qulncy Ward, executive of the game nud llsh commission, agent, mado the Loyalty Well Rewarded. trip and left the fulr wearing the purA Parisian with n sense of humor bequeathed 800 francs to each rela- ple nnd the blue. The foreign-botive who nlxtulnrd from attending his dog got the blue ribbon In the Itelglan befuneral. One poor relative Insisted Shepherd class undoftho purple for dog his breed. 'Die on following the deceased to the ing the best grave: and her loyalty wns rewarded, dog wu brought to Mr. Wtird by his nephew, Lieut. James Cluy for by a codicil to bis will the de- Purls. Wlillo classed as u Wurd, of German ceased left the residue of his large dog, It really Is a Uulgtan bliep-herwho were police fortune to those relntlves and Is thus registered by tho prepared to saerlllce the 300 francs. American Kennel Club. KILLED IN RACE WAR e live-ye- - t. 20-fo- Dlrtr. Mal-lor- y, a' 1 ,vw Co-ble- uz feather In the tall. The slightest Impurity In strain Is said to destrby the bird's pluck, hence the white feather Is used to denote cowardice. game ence to game cocks. Pure-brecocks have only red and black feathers, but crossbreeds have a white d Frankfort. A woman, said to be well dressed nnd good looking, seems to liuvu been working tho merchants of this city with worthless checks Some little time ago she caught Crockett fi Hall, tho Holmes street grocers, for $13, nnd one day roceutly she stung P. It. Pardl, the Hrouilway fruit and vegetable deuler, for f'M. The scheme (Coaltnuil oa Piji right) l'ngo Two. THE CITIZEN October 0, 1019 Students' Own Page Conducted for the Benefit of the Students or all Departments Ray I SENATE KILLS Mil Subdivided as Victory 1 to suit the buyers FALL AMENDMENTS Both Sides Hail Vote in 335 Acres THE R. W. GWINN FARM VeryBest Land in are all organized and doing splendid On Monday nflcrnoon, September work. The Senior Class has had a 29, the Vocational men entertained meeting, and tho Juniors mot on We arc not the girls with a dormitory recep- Wednesday night. tion which was by all means tho dead but have risen into tho new nicest "one ever given in Hcrca. life of education, mentally, socially, The kindness with which the young and spiritually. Tho Commercial Department has men showed us into their spotless rooms, the nice program which was tntan on new lifo. Tho Senior planned and the delightful refreshBusiness Class is larger than ever ments that were, served gave the before, and sinco wo have gotten girls an inspiration. We are unable our new equipment we arc able to to express our gratitudo to the young do real ofllco work. Wo feel that men for their gallantry, but we sin-- ', by tho end of this year wo will bo cerely hopo that in somo way wo able to recommend students better will bo able to express our real ap- - qualilled than ever before, to do tho preciation before the end of tho work in their own homo towns, which will raise tho standards of vear. The greatest privilege granted to practical commcrical work Come and sec us, on second floor the girls in Kentucky Hall is that of having their own prayer meet- of Industrial Building. Vocational Seniors out for a ings and V. M. C. A. On Thursday evening last the girls unanimously "Weenie lloast." On October 1st a jolly bunch of agreed to go to tho Point for their prayer service, which was certainly Seniors, chaperoned by liss Purtce an inspiration to all. Our Y. W. nnd Mr. Klam, left Kentucky Hall, C. A. meets every Sunday evening, j headed for Silver Creek, to enjoy on second floor, at 0:30, and wo a picnic supper. After the weenies heartily extend an invitation to all were roasted, and the supper "of our Faculty members to(cessfully served, they gathered attend. You will help us and we around the big fire, toasted marsh-mig- ht be able to help you. Come mallows, and sang. Evcryono had an enjoyable evening and wished whenever you can. The girls' Literary Societies, Ves- - .that clas3 parties might como more talia and Utopia, and the boys' ' suc-wiv- es J Ray! Vocational!.. 'TIs Not Biggest but the BEST the cieties, Gibraltar and Demosthenes, Mercer Co. Treaty Fight. TO TEST VOTE STANDS 58 3d Action Assures Declare Hitchcock Approval of Treaty Without Text-ua- l Changes Lodge Delight ed Beyond Measure. AT AUCTION TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 10 O'CLOCK. Long frontage on Danville & Shakertown pike, and alto Chatham pike, 11-- 2 miles 3 2 mile Burgin, 6 miles Harrodsburg. Right at Shawnee Rurr Baptist Church. "Taint no use hollerin' what you haint got." Well, we are "hollerin1." "We've got it." But we are going to sell it to you. Read this advertisement. Look at the farm. You will find our statements true. Shak-ertow1-n, of Wellington. Oct. 3. 30 to M the senate rejected Senntnr Full's amendment disentangling thei United States from participation In ttie multitude of commissions which will enforce the terms of tlio penro with Germany The vote of .10 to 53 wns on thoM amendment to eliminate Amerlcnn rep- reseutntlnn on the commission to the houndnrr between Germnny nnd Helglum. On succeeding votes on other nmendments Cummins nnd Ken-- ( yon of town. Jones of Wnshlngton. Sterling of South Dnkotn. nnd Town- send of Michigan, ltepubllcons. nnd Thomas of Colorado, Democrat. Joined tho supporters of tho disentangling . it By n vote Tke BEST farm and tki BEST iaireved farm ffered for sale in Mercer or adjotaiag coHititi this IMPROVEMENTS: A $10,00(1 jear program. to keep tho On the amendment United State ot of the Sllcslnn Imbroglio, 30 senatorswero Fecorded for the proposition. Both Sides Seem Satisfied. The lenders of both factions professed entire satisfaction with the re- and eighth grades under the direction of Miss Bowles, met Monday and organized a "Busy Bee" Club for the Four of our Berea boys were year. President, Ruth Johnson; sacrificed to the cause of liberty Via President, Delilah Gott; Secrein the World War. Wo plan to tary, Lola Abney; Treasurer, Ethel make our Arbor Day, October 21, a Combs. memorial occasion in memory of SupJ. B. F. Edwards and Supertho.se boys. visor Harris promises to attend ParSeventh and Eighth grades have ent Teachers' Association, Friday. for Friday Doc Roberts, the famous violinist, a Columbus program afternoon. is scheduled for the occasion, also Mrs. Muncy and Miss Elliott Saturday", from 2 to 5 p.m. Tho visited Knapp Hall, last Saturday, young people of the town outside "are invited to the Public School for observation study Misses Bowles and Scale recently grounds to see and elijoy the new State playground equipment.. visited Eastern Kentucky Normal for observation work. Do not forget the Parent-TeacheGENERAL ITEMS Association, Friday evening 3:00 o'clock. Miss Fairchild plans a patriotic Tho Mountain Day Excursion stunt with tho second grade, on the which was to have been made on playground, 3 o'clock, Friday. last Monday was postponed on acMr. Gardener, attorney, recently count or the rain until Tuesday. of West Liberty, Ky, gave a splenWork has been resume'd on tho did achlresg to united chapel Monbuilding in which tho broom facday morning. tory is to bo located. Operations John Millei, of Boy Scout Play- had been suspended because of tho ground fame, inspected our campus to get the heavy irons used Tuesday, and made some aluablo falluro in its construction. The3e came suggestions for further improveweek. ments. He returns Thursday to give last A largo number of students took directions for other play ground advantage ofjho special rato exwork. Berea College continues to take tended to them for subscription to Tho Citizen for tho Fall Term. care of our water supply. Robinson, Hospital is at our serHoward E. Taylor, Marshall E. vice in warding off contagious dis- Vaughn, F. O. Clark and C. E. eases. Wo feel suro the children attended the luncheon to aro much safer at school than on Dr. John R. Molt on Thursday last Hotel, given by the J at the Seelbach tho street. Girls of High School and seventh business men of Louisville, Ky. PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES E. F. Dizney, Principal rs' Wer-tenber- sult. Senator Lodge, the Republican leader, mnde this statement: "I nm delighted beyond measure. Tho result conclusively shows that tho treaty must lo written to suit us or It will be rejected." Senator Hitchcock, the ndmtnlstrn-Hon new llrlck lhmgalow, H rooms, 2 hnlU, 2 concrete concrete hasoinrnt furnace, water works, electric UkIiIs, heiitt-un- it llxtures. Hanlwooil lloors. French doors nnd whitlows. Unfit in Presses China Closets, HulTet, Hook Case and Refrigerator. Modern nnd complete in every detail. Ileaiitlful lawn to pil-with largo shade trees. Three large lohaeeo harns (22neresi, I tenant houses, I new good enough everlasting good orchard, for ordinary resilience. Silo, slock harns, garage, and stock water, concrete (roughs; well fenced convenient Held nnd loLs. hand level and gently rollLimestone- with red clay subsoil. 17.r ncres in ing and very ferlile; in high slate of cultivation. grass, 30 acres sown to wheat, 15 ncres sown to rye, 85 acres for corn and tohncco next year. No waste land. The owner has taken care of this farm. He believes in "Hogging down" corn, feeds several carloads ofdiogs each year, and every farmer knows what this means in added fertility. What gives value to land"? Location, improvement, good neighborhood, proximity to churches, schools and markets, fertility of soil, fencing, waler. and convenient Held, level and easily cultivated. This farm has them all. The question will he asked What is this farm worth? What will it bring? In my opinion it is worth &150.00 the acre, and more. This is something new in advertisements. Tho statement is made in order to give yon nn idea of the valuable farm I am olfering- - Hut remember the bidders "tlx Uie price," and remember Swinebroad "ALWAYS SKLI.S" without "aprizing" or "hoosl-ing- " ." Always a clean sale anil a square deal. or porches hath room and toilet, e - "by-bids- lender, said "The-actio- : The One that --Which Wagon?. rr the or the Indicates a well defined All-Da- y determination on tho part of the sen-at- e not to do anything which will send For further particular! and to (how you the farm let Mr. Gwinn at the farm tho treaty bank to the other signatories. It Indlcntes the defeat of nil text-unmendments. nnd of nil resenra-tlonLANftSTER- which have tho effect of amendments." Bolivar Bond & Son on the Block Or W. E. Moss, Adv. Mgr. For the Amendment. following personal property up At the same time Mr. Gwinn will sell the Here Is the wny the senato lined on tho first roll call on tho Fall amendThirty-eig- ht 000 pound steers, black, reds, and roans; 10 large heifers. A number of sows ments: in. plows, double disc harrow, nnd pigs; G splendid work mules; I Case 1M8 Tractor with For the amendments: single disc harrow, roller, cultivators, turning plows, Deermg bmder,'r.orn planter, Itepubllcans Senntors Itnll of Delaclover seed drill, mowing machine, 3 rakes, tobacco setter, Blizzard cutting box. 2 wagons, buggy, ware. Borah of Idaho, Urundegee o full set pipe dies, water lank, pump, GOO bales clover hay, a lot of haled straw and a lot of other Connecticut, Colder of New York, Curtilings usually owned on a llrst-cla- ss farm. tis of Kansas. Dllilngiinm of Vermont Elklns of West Virginia. Fnll of New Mexico, Fernnld of Mnlne, Frnnce of Maryland. Frellnghuysen of New Jersey. Gronnn of North Dnkotn, Harding of Ohio, Knox of Pennsylvania, l.n Kansas, Colt of Ithode Island, Cum- CHARLOTTE WON BY 4 TO 1 PUTS BLAME ON THE TRUSTS Follette of Wisconsin. Lodge of Mass- mins of Iown, Ktlgo of New Jersey, achusetts, McCormlck of Illinois, Mc- Hsje of Malne Jonr-- s of Washington, Qrand Duchess of Luxemburg ReSenator Owen of Oklahoma Chargei Lean of Connecticut, Moses of New Kellogg of Minnesota, Kenyon of Iown, ceived 80 Per Cent of Votes Interstate High Prices to Hampshire. New of Indiana, Newberry Lenroot of Wisconsin. Keycs of New In Plebiscite. Monopolies. of Michigan, Norrls of Nebraska. Pen Hampshire. McCumher of North Dnrose of Pennsylvania, Phlpps of Colo kotn, MeNnry of Oregon, Nelson of Luxemburg. Oct. 2. Minister of Oct 1. United Stntr-- i St. rado, Polndexter of Washington, Sher Mlnnesotn, Smoot of Utnh, Spencer of Heuter estimates that dram! Senntnr Owen of Oklnhomn, In an ad of New Missouri, Sterling of Smith Dnkotn, Stato man of IlllnoIssWadsworth Duchess Charlotte received 60 per dress here, attributed the high cost ol York, Warren of Wyoming. .Watson of Townsend of Michigan 17. living to activities of interstate mocent of tho votes cast In the plebisIndiana CO. k Ltemocnns ocnniors Asuursi or at- - cite Sunday nnd that from 05 to 70 nopolies, which ho declared limit proD.cmocrot Senator Gore of Izonn, Hnnkhead of Alnhnmn, Ileckhnm per cent of the people voted for an duction In many lines, control distribu1. Total. 30. of Kentucky, Chnmherlnln of Oregon. economic alliance with France. tion and nre not content with reasonaCulberson of Texas, Dlnl of South thousand ballots wero enst, ble profits. Diminished world producVote Against Changes. Fletcher of Florida, Cny of latest returns showing Ornnd Duchess tion. Impnlrcd transportation and th Against the amendments: Gerry of Rhode Island, Harris received M.000 to 11.000 for excess profit tax were contributor) Republicans Senators Capper of oi Qeorgla, Unrrlson of .Mississippi. Charlotte the establishment of a republic. The causes, he snld, nnd suggested thnl Henderson of Nevada, Hitchcock of vote relative, to the economic alliance their rates of protlt bo controlled by Nebraska, Jones of New Mexico, now stands: France. 33.000; Belgium, the government. of Wyoming, Klrby of Arkansas, 13.000. McKellar of Tennessee, Meyers of THE NORTHERN STATES HAVE ADOPTED THE 56' AUTO TRACK WAGON' Montana, Nugent of Idaho, Overman Nine Most Useful Words. MISSION TO THE BALKANS of North Carolina, Owen of Oklahoma, U.S. Nine words, declares a philologist, I'helan of California, 1'lttman of Neof the work of our writLook After America Interests, do vada, I'omerono of Ohio, Itansdell of Will Says Dispatch Rrtelved From ten and spoken Kngllsh language, and thirty-fou- r Louisiana, Robinson of Arkansas, words Tho nine Paris. Sheppnrd of Texas, Shields of Tennesmost useful words are stated to ho: see, Simmons of North Carolina, Smith Fits Road One I'orls, Oct. 1. Tho UnTled States And, be, have, It, of, the, to, will, you. Rides Ridge of Arizona, Smith of Oeorgln, Smith of slate depnrtment Is sending n mission Marylnnd, Stanley of Kentucky, Swan-so- n to the IJnltlc provinces to look after Descriptive Power. of Virginia, Thomas of Colorado, American Interests, It wns learned In "Now," n skill a teacher, "who can of Florida, Underwood of American conference circles. Tninnnell tell me what an oyster M" There was Walsh of Massachusetts, Alabama, silence for n moment. Then little Walsh of Montnua, Williams of MissisHilly raised his hand. "I know!" ho Dally ThouahL It. Total, sippi. Wolcott of Delaware "An oyster Ho lives who dies to win s lasting triumphantly announced. 68. built like ii nut!" Is u tune. Drummond. Fairs: Senator Johnson of California, for, with Senator Murtln of Virginia, against ; Senator I'nge of Vermont, for, L0UND WORLD with Senator Johnson of South Dnkotn. against; Senator Heed of Missouri, riDn.Q.c ATvrcnTriAM for, with Senator King of Utah, against. Jj! Public Health Nursing. n POSSESSION JANUARY 1, 1920 LIBERAL TERMS. The farm will be subdivided and sold to the "High Dollar" in several tracts Photographic views mailed on request. An Sale Brass Band Dinner Swinebroad, the Real Estate Man, 2-- 11 er, Okla-hora- Car-olln- Lou-Islan- Ken-drlc- k one-fourt- h one-hal- that the rrrn? THE "mm WITH REDS WIN 1ST GAME; 9 TO 1 by the Government. The standardized wagon fits the prevailing track made hy automobiles nnd is the wagon you will want to buy. Recommended h Out cf Jaic. This CO' vidc track wajon no longer fits the rpads when they are muddy and toft. This Wagon Cincinnati Nationals Defeat Chicago White Sox In First Contest of the World's Series. Cincinnati (Iteuther, P.). I 0 0 S 0 0 2 1 I White Sox (CIcotte, P.)..0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0- -1 Cincinnati. Oct. 2. Tho Cincinnati Ileds won tho opening gamo of the1 world's scries when they defeated the " Chicago Whlto Sox 0 to 1. Balancing Trade. Where one country exports extensively to another and buys nothing from It the checks and drafts given In payment do not balance und It becomes necessary to ship gold or otherThis Is wise readjust accounts. und makes It necessary to pay This pre, a premium In exchange. mluni Is virtually an udditlon to prices paid. When It becomes too high purchases will be made In other markets. Thus will trade be lost unless It Is bulauced. you rather buy ti. wagon recommended by your Government, . . usicr, ride smoother, nnd IaCt longer it is desiyncu tho . rido tho ridge? wagon that fits the roads u;.u Wagon saves wear on itself, other wagons, The Standardized Weber "Auto-tiaci- " automobiles, and rubber tires. The Weber fifth wheel and swivel coupling wagon is cither sold at a price much too low WOULDN'Twhen .i L 'TtfTMl Tli inrlt f f I or moil other wagons are told at prices much too high, quality considered. Compare and draw your own conclution. To date the leading wagon manufacturer of America have sold at tho most conservative estimate 100,000 standardized auto.tcack wagons. From this introduction it i hut n step to universal use of this type of wagon. doing your hauling Wouldn't you rather be identified with progress and recognized as an with such a wagon than to be classed at an unprogressive "back number" by buMnu a wagon, thereby helping some manufacturer and dealer to "unload" on obsolete type? Think it over and then Weber. come and tee u about a standardized auto-tracup.to.cU-farmertty h wide-track k The S. E. Welch Department Stores Berea, Kentucky In tho midst of Its multifarious war duties tho American ltuil Cross did not neglect Its obligations to tho civilian population at homo. Throughout tho conlllct It mulntulncd Its Hurcuu of I'ubllc Health Nursing, Instruction In first uld, homo nursing nnd sanitation, and disaster relief. I'artlcularly hi their work for tho babies wus effort by public health mirws Important. Tho uccompanylng photograph shows a Ited Cr.oss public health nursu Instructing a mother In tho proper preparation of tho baby's diet. THE SOUTHERN STATES HAVE ADOPTED THE 56' AUTO'TRACK'WAGON' October 0, 1010 THE CITIZEN CHAPTER XVIII. FattTkm. tnnn Wx) nor more thnn $a,0U0 nno I sneaked down to have n peep around. Imprisonment not less thnn ono month The door to Ugo's room wns open, but SENATE AND HOUSE nor more thnn flvo yenrs. Mr. Sprouso Continue to Be Perplex- there wns no light nn the Inside. He came to the door and looked up and Define Intoxicating Drink. ing, but Putt Hla Not to the around. Humes was abroad early. He was down tho hall. Then some one else The provision which defines Intoxint breakfnst when I'etcr Ames called came out nnd stnrted tri sneak nwny. CONFEREES AGREE cating liquors ns finally o greed upon up. An Inspiration selied him when I leave you to guess the sex. Is ns foltowi : "Nlclwlns butted In at this unforthe chauffeur mentioned tho wholesale "The words "beer, wine or other. nnd tunate Juncture. He made the e 'exodus; he hired Peter forthwith mnlt or vinous liquors,' In ordered him to report Immediately of his life. Ugo Jumped bnck Into Break Three Weeks' Deadlock the war prohibition not shall bo herewith the ear. He was going up to his room. In less than n second he after construed to menn nny such on Dry Law Enforcement. Green Fnncy for Miss Cameron'" was out ngnln. He landed squarely on of 1 which enntntns one-hnper cent or more of alcohol by volume; wardrobe. Nicholas' bnck as the fellow turned to Two minutes after I'cter drove up escape, I saw the steel ftnsh. I'oor provided that the foregoing definition to the Tavern he was on the wny back old Nick went down In n heap, letting HOME LIQUOR MADE LAWFUL shall not extend to wine nor to nnybeverngo or liquor produced to Oreen Fancy again, and seated be- out n horrible yell. Ugo dragged him AulJtot a "CRAUSTARK." THE hy the process by which beer, ale, porside hlin was Thmnns Kingsbury Into the room nnd dashed bnck Into Unt I unmmjp ucd his own. A moment Inter he came out Both Houtet to Get Bill Calling More ter or wine Is produced, If It contain! Ilarnes, his new mnster. f Than f of One Per Cent less thnn of 1 per cent of AThere was not a sign of human llfo again, yelling for help. There was A PRINCE OF CRAUSTARK." ETC lcohol by volume nnd Is mnde ns proAlcohol Intoxicating Plan to about the place. I'cter accompanied only one thing left for me to do nnd scribed In this net nnd Is otherwise him upstnlrs to tho room recently oc- thnt wns to get out on the roof If posRuth Measure Through. dcnomlnntcd thnn ns beer, ale or por cupied by Miss Cameron. sible, and wait for things to quiet They found two small leather down. I got out through n trnp door Washington, Oct, 2. The conferees ter nnd Is contnlncd nnd sold In ot trunks, thickly belabcled, In the room nnd stayed there for an hour or so. of the senate and bouse renched an from such senlcd nnd labeled bottles, "Who Is she, O'Dowd? Mnn to mnn, upstairs. SYNOPSIS. Iloth were locked. "Well, to shorten the story, I final- ngreement on the provisions of the ensks or contnlners ns the commistell mo the truth. I want to know Just net, which sioner of Internal rcvenuo may by "You take this one," snld names, ly took n chnnce and slid down to the prohibition enforcement CIIAWnn K. Ilinu, where I stand." "and I will mannge the other." Ho eaves where I managed to find the they will report to both houses. Fol- regulation prescribe." Wfalthy Nrw Yorkrr, on a walking trip O'Dowd hesitated, looked around through Nrw Kngland, U caught In Liquor In Hornet. In n hurry to get nway from tho limb of n tree big enough to support lowing ure some of the most Importorm mllra from tits riVatlnatlon. At a, tho taproom, and then leaned across was house. There was no telling when the me Just ns If the Lord had ordered u tant feutures: crossroad point lie mrcta a xlrl In tha the table. The section ngrecd upon by the con, aame plight. Whlla thry discuss the 1. It will Le lawful to possess any ngents would descend put there for toy special benefit 1 government ferees regnrdlng the uso'of liquor In a an autntnntillr, aant to mrrt tha "Miss Cameron Is In reality tho upon the place. wns soon on the ground, nnd thnt qunntlty of liquor In private homes prlvntc home Is ns follows: arrlvra anil Ilarnrs la given a lift to Countess Therese fa- - j firl. tavern, while the girl la takrn "It shnll not be tinlnwful to possest Ilarnes helped Teter to lift tho meant snfety for me. I had heard Ugo and to serve the same to bonn fl'le on to her ilpillnallnn, which ahe tills tnlllurly and lovingly known in tier guests, but the burden of proof to liquors In ono's private dwelling while Ilarnea la a plnre callcil Clreen Fancy, own land ns the Countess Ted. She trunks Into the cur and then ordered tell the others that Nicholas said the show aiirli liquors were obtained be- the same Is occupied nnd used by hire him to start nt once for Hart's Tav- man who stabbed him was yours truly. CHAPTErt II-- At the tarrrn narnn fore the law became effective and that ns his dwelling only nnd such liquor falla In with a strandrd troupe of Can you beat It? ern. actors, headed hy Lyndon "You enn return Inter on for your "And now comes the maddening pnrt they nre not sold will be upon the need not bo reported, provided such Ituahcroft, and becomea Interfiled In them. liquors nre for uso only for the perthings," he snld. of the whole business. He snld that possessor. 2. All liquors containing more thnn sonal consumption of the owner there"I got 'em tied up In n bundle In the the crown Jewels were gone I The thief CHAPTniX III-- Aa the atorm rrowt. f per cent of nlcuhol ore of nnd his family residing In such of Ilarnea finds hlmsrlf worrying over tha garnge, Mr. Hums," he snld. "Won't Was running downstairs when he staglately of the girl, Irnvellng over the dwelling nnd of his bonn fide guesti take a second to get 'em out." He gered to the door. If we are to find "Intoxicating." under the law. mountain road a at what he conaldera 3. The penalty for mnnufnrttire or when entertained by him therein; and apeed. He learna tnat (Ireen hurried around tho comer of the the crown Jewels, my friend, we will Fancy la aomethlnr of a houae of nt first have to find Prince Ugo. He has sale of Intoxicating liquors Is fixed Im- the burden of proof shall be upon the house. Two mounted men leave the tavern a line of not more than $1,000 or In a manner which arouaea Ilarnea' possessor In any action concerning the chuckle fell upon them." A dry, quiet "I don't believe n word of this prisonment for not more thnn six snmo to prove thnt such liquor wn Ilarnes' ears. He glunced about In sursecunlawfully acquired, possessed nnd meeta "Miss Thark. CHAITKH IV-- lte prise and alarm. No one was In sight. yarn," said Ilarnes flatly. "You have months for the first offense; for n ray," laadlnic lady of the atranded tb'at-rlcond offense the fine Is fixed nt not les. used." trouva, who la acting aa chamber"Look up, young man," and tho the Jewels nnd " The provision In the bill ns It passed maid. That night hu la arouird by the "Look here, Mr. Hnrnes, I'm not go- convincing about Sprouse's version of stnrtled young mnn obeyed. Ills garc bringing of n dying man to the tavern, the senate permitting the manufacture you again. That's the affair one of the two who had ridden away a second ing to double-cros- s halted at a window on the at Oreen Fancy. of cider nnd nonlntoxlcatlng fruit ahort time before. They tell of flndlnc tha all over. I want to get that scurvy story, almost directly over his bend. dead body of the other man. lloth had Humes told him that he knew of Juices was modified by tho conferee! dog who knifed jioor old Nick. If you been allot. Mr. Sprouse was looking down upon Ugo's fight. Sprouse looked to read as follows: Prince him, his shun) features fixed In a sar- can give me n lead, I'll try to run thoughtful for n long time. CIIAPTRn V-wounded man. regie, "The penalties provided In this act Prince Ugo down. And If I do, we'll tered at the tavern aa Andrew I'aul, dlea. donic grin. "So O'Dowd knows thnt I really was acnlnst the manufacture of llquot and Ilarnea la Informed he muni not leave get the Jewels," "Well, I'll be d 1" burst from until after the InuuraL O'Dowd and I)e after the swag, ch? He believes I got without n permit' shnll not npply to n "We? You amuse me, Sprouse." Boto. sursta at (Ireen Fancy, visit the Hnrnes lips. It?" person manufacturing nonlntoxlcntlns tavern, apparently much myallfled over "Well, I enn't do nny more than "Surprised to see me, eh? If you're the affair. "I suppose so." elder nnd fruit Juices exclusively fot not In n hurry, I'd certnlnly appreciate give my promise, my solemn oath, or only one who thinks I'm abso- ue In his home, but such cider maj "The ma CItAITKn advancea Hush-cro- ft Tavern, old man. something like that. I can't give n lutely Innocent Is Ugo, of course nnd be sold nnd delivered to persons havmoney autriclent to release the com. a lift as far as the fany from Ita embarrassing poalllnn, I'll be down In n Jiffy. Stand usldet bond, you know. I swear to you thnt Mrs. Van Dyke. That's good." ing permits to manufacture vinegar." Incoming Ita oiriclal backer. He deI'm going to drop." A moment later If I lny hands on thnt stuff, I will vlslta (Ireen Kancy, and In the irrounda Sprouse smacked his Hps. "I've got n tneeta hla acquaintance of llio nteht be. liver It to you. Might Just as well pretty fair Idea where I can find Mr. he swung over the sill, nnd dropped Odorous Epidemic fore, her a girl of surprising; teauty.flndlnc lightly to the ground eight feet below. trust me as Ugo." "A friend of mine hns kept himself Loeb. It will take a little time a "Get In the car," snld Homes sud- couple of days, perhaps but sooner nnd his family Immune from Influenza "See, here, Sprouse or whatever CIIAPTKIt VH-F- he aeema not to be denly. He had decided to take a or later he'll turn up In close prox- In a district sorely smitten by eating your name Is " desirous of him, and turna away, 'O'lXiwd apixuira and In apparently spring onions." Glasgow (Scotlnnd) "IJettcr hear me out," broke In chance with the resourceful, Inde- imity to the beautiful baroness." friendly faalilon escorta Ilarnea (who feela Evening Post. he la unwelcome) from the erounds. Sprouso calmly. T could drill n hole fatigable rascal. There was something (Continued next week) through you so quickly you'd never CHAPTER VUI-M- Iss Thackeray warna Ilarnea that a man Hopping nt the tavknow what did It," he went on. His ern, oatenalbly a book agent, had aearched hand was In his coat pocket, and n Ma baggace In hla abaence. O'Dowd cornea tu the tavern and with Ilarnea and "Mlsi Cameron It Lovingly Known In quick glnnco revcnled to Ilarnes n over the acene of the prevloua other Her Own 'Land at tho Countett Impressive angle In the cloth, nlght'a ahootlni; Ilarnea la Invited to Ted." dinner at Orccu I'aucy. the point of which seemed to be directCHAITKIl IX-acquaintance of the In this country when the ed squarely at his chest. "Hut I'm atorm la Introduced na Miss Cameron. was visiting war broke out. If It Is of nny use to not going to do It. I Just want to set makeup of the houae party, particuThe larly n man Introduced to him aa ''Ixwli," you, I'll add thnt she would be rich If myself straight with you. In n word, and tho number of menaervanta about the Aladdin could only come to life and I never got anywhere near tho room place, aomevihat aatonlahra Ilarnea. splendors of the demol- In which tho Jewelswere hidden. Tliht X-CHAPTER Cameron Informs restore the ished castle, refill the chests of gold Is Cod's truth, Ilarnes. I wasn't the Mm ahe la a prlaoner In the houae, only one who wns trying to get the to him for aid and binding In in that have been emptied by the conto aecrt-cy- . In ronveraatlon with th chauffeur who drlvea htm back to the querors, mid restock the farms that baubles, my friend. It was a game In tavern. Ilarnea becomea convinced there have been pillaged und devastated. In which only the best man could win." la a conspiracy of moment batoning- at "I know tt: truth now about Itoon Ureen Fancy. the absence of Aladdin, however, she Is almost ns poor ns the ancient and I'aul," said ltarncs slgnlflcnntly. XI-- At CHAPTnR breakfaat the aup. "You do?" sneered Sprouse. "I'll Taxes Going Up; posed book aKvnt Introduces hlmaelf as church mouse. So there you are, me hpniuse, n government aecret agent. man. Half the roynl progeny of Eu- bet you n thousand to one you do not. Kprouae tella Ilarnea he la there to watch Teachws Underpaid the party at tlreen Kuncy, dracrllilni; rope have been suitors for her hand, The girl wns led to believe tbnt they Uhder Stanley Democratic role, In tho three them aa refugees from a country overrun were n couple of crooks and that they nnd tle other half would be If they by the Germane. He asserts that "Mlaa years the equalised value of all propCameron" la a retails e of the former ruler didn't happen to be of the same sex. fixed mo In thnt tavern down there. erty sssessed for taxation In Kentucky hns Inor the devaetatrd country and that ahe or flood-by- . sho told you? Well, I must be on my way." Ho Isn't that what "lyoeli" have with them tha crown Jewels, creased tho enormous sum of 1037,278,483.00. of enormous value, which Bprouao would arose and held out his hand, "fluod-bthat story wns cooked up for her speDuring the same period, thn amount distributed recover. cial benefit. Itoon wns the Haron lied-lunby the state to the counties to pay the salaries antl Rood luck forever." of school teachers has only Increased the pitiful Hedlund canm up here a week CHAITKIl acreea to "You nre n brick, O'Dowd. I want Upruuae on a nocturnal vlilt to sum of $45,784.37. You wilt nlways or so ago to keep n lookout for his Hprouae with the object of to sec you npiln. Ureen ecurlng the Jeviela, .TtiJ Ilarnea ltti thn find mt " wife. The baroness Is supposed to be hope of rescuing "Mist Cameron." Taxpayers, This Is Your Business Stanley O. K's Pay Cut deeply ennmoretl of I'rlnco Ugo. He "Tbnnks. Don't Issue nny rash CHAITKIl XIII-Th- ey enter the crounds The new tax law making this bugo Increase In found letters which seemed to Indicate In 1018 h Democratic legislature passed I might take you up." In aafety, Hprousn overcoming two men tnxes wns pnssed to raise more money for genlaw nnd It wns approved by Governor Stanley, evidently on Kuurd lUactilni; the house, Ilarnes started upstairs ns soon as that she was planning to Join the eral state expenses, fo pay off old debts and to Ilarnea aenda up, by meana of a flahlng March IS, 1018, cutting down the amount of Tod carried by rpriiuse. a note to "Mlsa give more money to the public schools. If this O'Dowd was off, urged by nn eager- prince up here. When he heard of the Cameron," Informing; her of their Inten- ness money for school teachers' salaries from 2(1 law hns raised enough money to pay general exwings on his feet and n nrrlval of n lady nt Oreen Fancy the tbnt put tion to enter the house. She trlea to penses nnd to help pny off some old debts, why cents to 18 cents, and many teachers were other afternoon, he got busy. I admit Hprouae climbs to her thrill of excitement In his blood. Halfthem, but room and Koea through It ou a queat for hns the school fund not received n proportionate forced to quit their Jobs altogether or to seek thnt I a in the gentleman who teleway up be stopped short. A new conthe crown Jewels and alute papers. positions In other states. Increase for tho education of your children? dition confronted him. What was tho phoned the warning up to the prince. CHAITKIl becomea proper way to approach a person of They tried to head the baron and his The School Teachers' Merry-Qo-Rouat Hprouan'a Ionic absence and folbut he lows him, cIlmMng by meana of the Ivy royal blood? He would have to think. man off nt the cross-roadThe records show thnt in 4P counties In Kentucky, the salaries of school teachers attached to the wall, Whllo talking, to were more In 101U thnn In 1017, 1018 and 1010. They also Bhow thnt In 71 cormtles the I'liusliftf nt her door, he wns at onco "Mlaa Cameron" a commotion In the house warns them that Hprouae has been aware of voices Inside the room. talnrles were more In 1010 than In 1017 and 1018, This has forced hundreds of teachdetected, Harms, with "Miss Cameron" ers to travel from one county to another seeking better pay to meet the hlah cost of He rapped tin tho door, but so timclinging to him, makes Ills escupe to tho living. In one county In Kentucky, out of 104 teachers last year, only 22 returned this vear. Kround. He loses his sense of location nothing enmo of It. Ills In another county only seven out of 48 returned. In another county onty 5 out of and they become Inst, finally taklnv ref- orously that He uge In n small shed. ".Vlns Cameron" M'cond effort was productive. Vn returned. In one ot the largest and best counties of the state only one rural teacher 'i plains how olie waa decoyed to the heifrd Miss Thackeray say "good grahas not changed location within the past five yenrs. house, and was to be married against her moment, Miss will to the man whom alio recious," and, after a veals as n prince of tho house to which Holding Up the Teachers' Pay she belongs. They aro surprised In the Cameron's subdued: "What Is It?" In the same month thnt Governor Stanley approved the law cutting down the tench-er- a' darkness by O'Dowd. "May I come In?" he Inquired, salaries, the state owed tho teachers for back pay, $546,372.00. Three months later vigor. "It's CHAITKIl demands the rather ashamed of his this amount had Jumped to 11,452,837.04. On June 80, this year, the state still owed tho Jewels, which he thinks the fugitives have only Ilarnes." teachers for back pay 1603,484.87. In 1017, the first month's salary was pnld in October In their possession, not knowlmc of "Come In," was her lively response. Kprouse's enterprise. Convinced neither after three and a half months of teaching. The final payment was not made until Auyou, Mlsa "Miss Cameron nor Ilarnes huvo them, "It was awfully good of gust, 1010, eight months after the close of the session. Last rear a law wns passed to O'Dowd puts them on the right road to remedy this, but at that salarl.es ore still running late. In addition to having their salthe tnvern, where Ilarnea gives hla com- Thackeray, to let mo bear your lines. panion Into tho care of Miss Thackeray. I think you will bo u greut success In aries cut, the teachers also have their pay held up. Next day O'Dowd tells Ilarnes Hprouae, whom he describes as an expert burglar, tho part." Cutting Down the School Year Gilbert's Extravagance KTit away with the treasure,, nfler killing "Thanks," said Miss Thackeray Throe months after Governor Btaoley signed guard In the house. O'Dowd and "Ijucly" The minute Supt Gilbert got Into office ha ngttln and let dryly. "I'll come In leave arecn Fancy, tho bill cutting down the teachers' pay, the began filling tip his own office, at Frankfort, you hear mu In tho third act." She school year was cut from T months to 0 months. with clerks and stenographers. The Balartea In tells "Miss CHAPTER The children were deprived of a whole month's Cameron" of Hprouso'a treachery, und went out, mumbling Irer lines ns she his department have gone up to three times schooling. This yoar, the Khool year ending ahe tella him tho whole story of Green passed Ilunies without seeing him. what they were under Governor Wlllson (ReIs her Fancy. The man known as June 80, 1020, was kept at 0 months Instead publican). The Democratic legislative probe cousin, and he Inveigled her to the house "I hope you will feel ublo to leave of being put back to 7 months, thus depriving with the object of possessing himself of this place tomorrow, countess. committee of 1018 condemned the Bureau of Wo the jewels, which were In her custody. tho children of another month's schooling. flcnool Inspection for giving salaries to people must get away almost Immediately," Twelvo months' schooling In two years In ptacs Who did no work, bat there has been practical"Ah, you have been listening to ot 14 months, CHAPTER XVII. ly no change. ITS GREEN FANCY 0 mls-tnk- GEORGE BARR bev-erng- e lf Ms OJ1CHEQN rTnr ui & ir One-Hal- one-hnl- Marn-Dafnml- n "barn-tnrinlni- one-hnl- 1 dan-ero- mys-ter- y. curl-oalt- r. al The Vl-Ila- ly Ula the Public Sc hools of Kentucky I - 1015-191- XH-Ilar- nea s. XlV-Ilar- nea un-ea- nd pmmt I ' XV-O'D- XVI-Bar- nes . Tho Second Wayfarer It Transformed. O'Dowd returned lute In the afternoon. Ho wits In ii hurry to get hack was no misto Oreen Fmicy; tlu-rtaking hla uneasiness. "For tho love of heaven, names, cot her uwny from here as soon us "Don't worry about that," he exand do It ns secretly as you "You huve mo to testify can," ho said. "I limy us well tell you claimed. that sho Is In more danger from the thut " "How little you know of Intrigue," government secret service) than from sho cried. "They would laugh ut you liny one up yonder." "Sho mny prefer to fnco the iiiuhIc, uud suy that you jvere merely another O'Dowd. If I know her nt nil, sho will fool who had lost his head over a woman. They would say that I duped refuse to run uwuy." " "Then ye'll have to kidnap her," you "Your "No I" ho cried vehemently. mild tho Irishman earnestly. "There will ho men swarming hero from doth people know better than you think. Hides of the border hy tomorrow nrght You ure disheartened, discouraged. or i)ext day. It's the gospel truth, uud Things will look brighter tomorrow." "I dou't know what I slrould do withIt's going to he had for ull of us If out you," she tuld. we're here when they come." O'Dowd, I see." "Yes. He tells mo It will bo dangerous "Ho Is right. It would be dllllcult for mo to clear myself. No one would believe that I did not deliberately make off with the Jewels. They would say that I oh, It Is too dreadful l" Morrow will change It, to" Host Gilbert's printing bill is coating th taxpayer threo times what they paid under fJovarnor Wlllton fRepubllcau), Among the paid for by the taxpayers at a cost of bor USA, vm Out famous "Bora Tot" hook, cot, tw tha mnnaUy famous Dr. W. L. Halssc, fasssi the lea isW RysLeloyr was rldlcate tag ns am an i! aawsyansjw ax oh "See Here, Sprouse, or Whatever Your Namo It " Gilbert's "for Toe" Book Text Book Commission Farce The Stanley Text nook Commission. changed anost of the books In the grndea and would have soaked tha parents of the children $030,000 mora for tfetlr books, but the whole adoption was thrown out by tha Court ot Appeals, urged by leading De&ocrata all over tha state to also throw out tht Text Dock Commission, Oorarnor Black ruma" a float tar and by the time a atw mate tha publishers vrtre so deI floptical lay that auay schools have been forod to with old books, and soma at them wJH'tK e aw aeelts at all tar proper work "law amf boast sella lrtsse ss. jm a saa I aasa. a ssMnas ska beat them to It. If there was to be a fight, tlrvy didn't want It to happen I believe anywhere near the house, Ugo Is the one who got the baron or Itoon, as you know him. Now, that Is'1 the true story of the little affair. To go back to my own troubles. When I got out Into the, hull night be-- , fore last, after leuvlng her roum, I heurd voices whispering lu Prluco Ugo's room. I beat It up the stairway Into t,he attic. Nothing huppened, to Miss? sTs WMsaasx, sssasaaaH, 4atja a4 eats. tt last taws th aar. fei Often Home mt Frmakfort Morrow Governor 1 Page Four. TUB CITIZEN October 9, 1010 Berea College Hospital Beit Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. Wards for Men and for Women, aunrarior, rrivaie nooinf, ijhuis, r.irwirn. onmt. Surgery, Care in Child birth, Eye, Nose and Ear GENERAL Come in And PRACTICE vllt an establlhment, which l a friend In nerd, and In reach of all the people. Rohkht H. Cowi.ky, M I) , I'hrrlcUn Harlan Ovdlky, M I)., I'hr'tclan R.N., Superintendent Mrs. Anna 1'uwkll Hackbtt, Mr. Hclrx Sikarn Siiarfk, R.N., Attlttant CHANGE IN RATES Iteglnnlng March l, the rates for hoard and room of privnte patients will be $15 to $lS per week. The rate for patient per day. cared for In the ward will remain the unit-- $1 llj Order of Prudential Committee, llerea College LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A Beet Blacksmithing Scientific horse shoeing, lino iron work nnd repairs of all descriptions at the College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citizen Ofllce. EUGENE MOYNAHAN Attorney-at-Law ad, Richmond, Ky. Box 230 Collections, Rentals, and Ileal Estate, Ofllce at present with Stephen D. Parrish. Baker & 12t Logsdon, Dentists Office Hours from 8 to 5. Telephone No. 3. Berea, Ky. L. & N. TIME TABLE Northbound Train Train Train Train Train Train No. 353:38 a. m. No. 3812:50 p. m. No. 32 5:20 p. m. Southbound No. 3112:10 a. m. No. 3312:25 p. m. No. 37 1:10 p. m. was accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Winnie Roy. Mr. and Mrs. William Clark hav moved into their new home on Cenler Street. Mr. and Mrs, W. P. King and son Reed, of McLean, IIU also Mr I). G. King, of Normal, III;, returned nome .Monuay, aiier an extended visit with their sisters, Mrs. Thena Rutherford and Mrs. W. D. Parks, of Berea. "The Community Kitchen will bo open Saturday, October 11th, at 5:00 p.m. No. 31 Industrial Build ing. Spanish steak ten cents per person and minco pie at thirty-fiv- e cents per pie (medium) will be ob tainable. Please put your order in before Friday, October 10. This week tho containers may be brot at the lime tho food is called for, The prices quoted are maximum prices, hen the class makes out tho actual cost as prices are on Saturday, the cost may be loss than that quoted. It will not be more MAJOR JAMES H. WASHBURN moral purpose. Ho enlisted in the regular army in 1000 nnd served through the grades as private, regimental sergeant-majo- r, was commissioned second lieutenant' then tlrst lieutenant, later captain, which was his rank until he entered the European war. At the beginning of the war" he was raised to tho rank of major and sent to Franco as corps and division machine gun officer. 201 h Division 51 h Corps, First Arnvv. Hp took part in tho drive. St. Mihlel drive, the sector east of Belfort, nnd others. During the St. Mihiel drive ho was decorated by citation, and later received the D. S. C. medal from Hon. Pershing. Major Washburn has served in tho Spanish-AmericWar, Cuban Occupation, Philippino Insurrection, campaign against the hostile Morros, Mexican border service, and was also with tho Expeditionary Force into Mexico. He is a brother of Mrs. Paul Derlhick, and Ikvekiah ashhurn, missionary to Africa. It is truly Inspiring to new as, well as old Mtudtiits to learn of the distinguished service and successful career of their Major Wnshburn is now stationed at Camp Grant, IIU commanding the 18th Machine Gun Battalion, fith Division. Wo ex pect, to see Major Washburn in our midt more frequently than in the past. Mrs. Col. Morell, of Philadelphia, who is interested in boys' schools and aids in their support, was a visitor to Berea College last week. She was interested in the many meant afforded by Berea for Ar-gon- ne an fellow-students. Mrs. Eva Walden File Milleiery Ladies', Misses' and Child- rens' Hats in latest Styles for I Fall and Winter Coats,Suits,Dresscs, Skirts, Waists, Mjddy Suits, Corsets, Sweaters, anything and every-- ! thing ready to wear. THE WOMAN'S CLUB J Making the Nation's Credit Liquid systems insure n steady water supply nnd large town. The faucet is of very little value without the reservoir behind it. RESERVOIR self-hel- p. JACKSON STREET LEAGUE Mrs. N. E. Davis, who has been visiting her children in Cleveland, Ohio, and Cynthiana, Ky., arrived home last Tuesday. Mrs. Frank Roy, of Cleveland, Ohio, accompanied her mother home for a short visit. Miss Ethel Azbill, Miss Rissie Williams and a bevy of girls from Mt. Vernon were in Berea shopping, Tuesday. Mr. MeKinnoy, of Berea, is in attending Cinoinnati the world series baseball game, Tuesday. Dr. P. Cornelius has purchased a beautiful residence property in We Sell Hats and Sell T' e.i Right Aberdeen, Miss., for his own special home. Mr. and Mrs. James Jackson are Ladies: visiting relatives and friends in London, Ky., this week. This week all Eastern A memorial service in hoonor of Pattern Hats left in stock the young men of Berea and vicinity who made the supreme sacriwill be placed on sale at fice in the lafc war will be held ABSOLUTE COST. at the Baptist Church on Arbor Day, Friday, October 31, at 2:00 p. m. Following this service, a Special This Week Iree will be planted and dedicated for each hero, on the Public School grounds. All Sailors, Pressed Berea rejoices in the good rain Beavers at $4.00, regardfell beginning on last Saturwhich day. Tho anxiety for sufficient less of size or style. All eupply of water has been removed. " Velvet Sailors It is thought that there will be no at $3.50. need of further fear on this score. New Patterns this Mrs. Grace Knglo Ailts visited her sisters, Misses Verna and Virginia week and next week Englo, of Hi College Department, for Louisville and a short time at the first of tho weok. Cincinnati. Moderate Mr. and Mrs. Peler MoNcil, both prices but stylish hats. former students of Berea, were in town for a short timo last week. Mrs. Isaac Davis, who has been making an extended visit with her daughters in Cleveland. Ohio, returned to Berea ibis week. She in-fro- VISITS BEREA Berea College has played its part in the late great war in both high and low places. It has given to the country many hundred enlisted mon and more than soventy officers, ranging in rank from second lieu tenant to major. One of her most distinguished sons is Major James H. Wasburn, who vn in school in Berea from 1808 to 1000. While a student here lie stood well in his classes, was a young man of tin- questioned character and high Mrs. Laura Jones Quality" Clothes Shoes Afler a vacation for tho summer. the Jackson Street League will re- sumo lis monthly meetings n Monday, the 13th, at 7:30 p. m. The meeting will be at tho home of Herea triKtcr.-- If this cannot be I. "Private education is more ex Professor Baird. The prompt pres J'ne, scour. the eleetlon of such ence of every member is earnestly pensive, 5. A private institution mustmako, '"if loos as will vigorously promote desired. LoVant Dodge, president; rules to meet tho needs of its board- - ,o County High School, C. D. Lewis, secretary. of ing students. These rules oftonj 3. Socuro tho corporation prevent town pupils attending County Swum :titciideiit and County RED CROSS ITEMS I'o.ird of IW11 umx. If the present school. '"Berea can support n High School.! end of county for 0110 thai will. A word to our soldiers and sailors: "Wi should build with the idea Only you can get Government The taxable wealth is $650,000. A nt levy insurance; our Government has elementary" produces 53,230 for the upcrinlerd. n( will not school. But we have n wlh us, campaign tho southern gone into llie business to pro levy, 15 cents is in tho of consolidating the adjoining distect you. Wo urge you to value it and reinstajc if you have .sinking fund nnd CO cents is used tricts." Another great need of the comnt borrow money from tho Govern for tho elementary schol. A High School tax would produce munity is n Community Home.- - The ment on your policy, after it .has 1,300. If we could get the county purpose of the Woman's Club is In been in force one year? We have been delighted to wel to duplicato this, it would give bring together tho women of- - Berea come so many of our soldiers and $2,000. For High School principal and vicinity for mutual counsel and sailors in our Red Cross Ofllce this .$1,200, one High School Icaohor helpfulness and united offort for i? 1.000, leaving $100 for equipment. the welfare of the community. May week. "Our finances aro such that we tho community as a whole help the Any one who has lost a depend ency or partial dependency in 1hc have a right to vote at least Si.OOOi women to bring theso things to late war should apply for compen more bonds If wo lean get tho pass. Mrs. Taylor gave us an inlerosllng county to supplement this, we will sation. talk on her experiences in an army havo $8,000 toward Building, "Madison County has a county camp. TO THE CITIZENS OF BEREA A very enjoyable social hour folHigh School at Union City, in the A .Nation Wide Movement is on north end of tho county; one nt lowed tlie program. Club Reporter foot to keep green the memory of Waco, in the northeastern part. Theodore Roosevelt! WITH THE CHURCHES It is proposed to buy the house in Dr. Ilutchins' topic for Sunday, New York City where Roosevelt was at 11:00 a. 111., in Union Church, born and there to gather tho tro will bo, "Is Prayer a Powor in the ihies of his genius; his vitality; Universo of God?" The topic of the ind his untiring zeal for good works. mid-wemeeting on Thursday It is to bo used as a place from evening, at 7:30, will be, "How May which shall go forth tho lessons of Wo Be Christ-like- .The Fish creative Roosevelt's life; his lovo for tho friendless and the poor; his scorn ability is seen at its for all that is mean and low. best in the present NOT 'STRIKE' BUT 'VACATION' Mrs. S. Thurston Ballard of Louis ville is tho Chairman for Ky., in assemblage of modNew York Competitors In Big Plant the Nation Wide Campaign for the els for street, afterQuit Their Work, Out Call It raising of this fund to purchase the an Outing. noon dress house in New York in which Roose velt was born. Mrs. Ballard has ap wear. New York, Oct. 4. With morn thnn pointed Mrs. James W. Caporton 2TiO printing plants cloned nH tho Chairman for Madison County. of n lockout Instituted by employ. Their Dashing Style, Tho name of every one contribut Ins printers npiliiht prcxsinen not 0 fill- ng SI or more will he inscribed in in trd with the. Ititcrnntlounl union, tne their Delightful Air of Mtuuuon nns neon iiinner complicated. the "Donor's book which is to be Smartness, their High In onlor to nvold the technicality of placed in "Roosevelt House." F.ach fitrlUIUK. TOO compositors In somo of one who givos St is also entitled to Quality of Workmanthe lending oMiihllshments here loft a Roosevolt pin. ship, their Excellence vnrntlon." The tholr work "to take 1110 sup containing your namo nctlon wan taken hy each compositor of Material, and their will bo forwarded to tho National Individually, tho "viiciitlniilsts" Chairman to bo enrolled in the They may ho ordered to reCharm have won them Donor's book"; anil the list of do turn to work by tho president of the a splendid reputation. International union. The llrms affected nors for Madison County will bo print tho Review of Review. Ilcnnvt'M published in tho Richmond Regisflood IlotiHckceplnir. I.csIIc'h, Judgo ter and Pantagraph. MODERATE PRICES nnd other nationally known inugnzlnc. Take your contribution to tho Four JmIi printing Arms til so Berea Hank A Trust Co, or to the Berea National Bank, sign your namo to a slip which will bo fur The Citizen seeks to help tho nished for tho purpose, and you Mountain People. Read it. will bo given a Roosevelt pin. 50-ce03-ceC0-co-- This leaves all the southern end, HOMES IN AND AROUND BEREA spirit. of the county, withlf 3. It is impossible to secure tho at least TOR SALE largest amount of good from the out a High School. Xnf n mnnv n Hmm wnrn. nnil ..... "l'o secure a High School we,, .:,. elementary school nnd hold any '..,. 10v ...,, , great number of pupils thru tho IIU'Sl Mt cheap. We havo somo real 1. Make a systematic campaign bargains &ril(los "nl(s 'cy "re brought to in houses and Iota In to convince tho people that wo need town, look upon the eighth grado gradua and some farms that will tion as necessary in order to gain and can mantnin one. make money for the man who buys 2. Secure of them If ho Is not the admittance into the high school. afraid of work. . one-ha11 Tho third meeting of tho Woman's at tho Club Room on Jackson Street, Wednesday after-- ! noon, October I. There was a largo attendance. After the regular business meeting, Mrs. Charles Lewis gavo a report of tho Educational Committee, recommending n High School fon Berea, followed later by consolidn-- ! tmn of smaller districts. "Reasons why Berea should have a Public High School arc: 1. A High School Education is ery rapidly becoming essential to the deeloimenl of (he highest type of citizenship. 2. It is impossible for a private high school to do for a community what, a High School should do build up a high typo of community! Club was held The Federal Reserve Banking System is a simple and practical means of making the nation's credit liquid at all times. As a member of that system, this bank is as independent of local conditions as it is humanly possible to make it. BEREA NATIONAL BANK ' Come on; get in tho game. that a wise investment will make you moro money than hours of toil. Those who havo property for sale at rcasonablo prices will do well to list It with us. Respectfully, DEAN A: HKRNDON A New Real Estate Firm If you are intercMed in Real Instate in Rockcastle County, either buying or selling farms or town property, please see CHILDRESS & SMITH Headquarter, Brodhead, Ky. Fish Millinery New Coal Dealer Having bought out tho coal business formerly owned by Mr. Bailus Wilson, I am propared to servo all his customers and all now ones, at tiio samo location on Depot SlrooL Wo will deliver promptly to all parts of tho oily. Give us a call or phone No. 01. ek and re-c- ult J. S. Gott Bcren Kentucky F. L, MOORE'S 11 Jewelry Store tor First Class Repairing AND 11 Mrs. Jennie B. Fish FOR SALE Fine Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. DR. OSBORNE VISITS PARENTS and Hats (giro J. M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut Street Berea, Kentucky Any ono wishing a nico Dr. Albert II. Osborne, of Long pony, good driver, extra last, anu Ileaeh, California, with his wife ami safo. Would 6011 buggy, pony and son, aro visiting his parents. Mr. nnd harness. Seo J. E. Dallon. Mrs. Thomas J, Osborno, of tho Col- oge. Dr. Osborno is engaged in tho NOTICE To the Taxpayers practice of donislry. He returns to You aro requested and directed Boroa aftor an absence of eight ours, and is highly pleased with the to seo me at my olllco or my deputy, growth that has boon mado in tho J. B. Arnolt, at Arnett A Sons Store College and town, in that time. In Borca and give in your tax list His visit has boon a groat delight 011 or before October 31. BEN R. POWELL to his parents tuid to his many Tax Commissioner Madison Co. frfonds. They, return to California nd.-1- 8. uoxl Saturday. New Repair Shop We have the most modern machinery, and arc prepared to do your hoc repairing promptly by the mostupto date metlwd. Bring Us Your Old Shoes and Have Them Made New at REASONABLE PRICES Loc;ed in the Cornelius Uuildinu on Short Street, Berea, Kentucky THE RAPID SHOE REPAIRING SHOP F. E. Riddle, Manager ' October 0, 1019 THE CITIZEN meets.' The labor situation Is like-latiOno of his plans Is for the of (lid mines. In nationalization this ho is euro to have great on. Pago Five. BOONE TAVERN "The imtl homt.like and allracltve hotel In Kentucky." Correct Styles of Ladies' Garments Tho mailer of American mandates and Asia Is receiving consideration from thoughtful people. A recent commission recomOn the 'Dixie Highway mended that that such mandate be assumed. A later report suggests that if wc dccldo (o accept the charge, it includes a largo enough to posterity "to prcscrvo tho purity extent of torrllory to really givo us of our democratic ideals expressed a position of influenco In that in tlin Amnrlrnn enrntllnllnn na well troubled part of the world, and that A family Newipaper for all that it right as tho purity of tho blood of both,sccm9 &ood Judf?mcnL true, and interfiling races." ry Thutdr at Herta. Kr. I'uhlUhwl WAR RISK INSURANCE Tho thrco Items of tho program Tho farms of Iho country contriBEREA PUBLISHING CO. arc: Tho preventing of mob violof the man(IftCOfpof !!) safeguarding ence; tho Negro's buted about power of tho forces of tho United WM. C. FROST, rights of citizenship; promoting Slates engaged in the War. Subscription Ratet closer between tho It Is estimated that 1,200,000 men I'AYAIII.K IN ADVANCE races. . . . , tl.M On Ymr who served in tho Army, tho Navy, Tho specific suggestions under tho H i Sli Mnntht and tho Marine Corps wcro born to Thrr Month! first head appear very inadequate, and reared on American farms. Wnd money by I'wtHiffW or Rxiret Money as nothing is said of punishing mob Order. Draft, RegUum! Letter, or on at! two A total of 4,030,0(8 men look out cent lamp. an honest carrying out your nam on label thowi to leaders: hut War Itlsk Insurance, their aggreThe date after what data your lubeerlpllon Ir paid. If It li not of tho rest of tho program will do gate policies totalling nearly changed within three weeki after renewal notify away with mobs by changing public and each policy averagMining numhera will m aladly tupplled If wa opinion. This includes, under the ing ?8,700. Of this total Insurance, ar notlHed. Uberallermi rlren to any who obtain new second head, proper travelling acforua. Any on erdlnir ut four yearly service men from tho farming dis ubrrlptlont ran reeelr Th Cltlxen free for commodations, better housing, and approximately on year. adequate school and recreational tricts carried AHeerlUInf rateeon appllftlon and by far tho greater facilities. pcrccnlngo of this insurance was The real strength of tho program Itiriilst annatrititet In ntlt'nii msl liAra U in the promotion of STATE GOVERNORS ADOPT A Mhm 'nm, 0Icp rcIaUvc's wn0 re RACE PROGRAM ii mi' urn, men uihi wuuiuii Ul lite side on farms Denver, Colo. At tlio annual Con two races can bo brought to know Tho average ago of tho men who ferenco of Oovcrnors Just held here ono another, tho bogey of "social roll In action, died or wounds or raoo problems wcro brought beforo equality" will vanish and mutual from olher causes during the war the men who had insurance during' Iho body by u coinmlltco from tho trml ami respect bo established. was 23 years, and because of their tlicir insurance. This is largely Southern Sociological Congress. The Local whito and colored committees " ,. . ncrcent- - due to tho fact that tho men were comm llleo consisted of Bishop Brat- - are to bo formed to consider mat-- 1 unfamiliar withtho provisions of ton, Episcopal bishop of Mississippi ters of common Interest a policy explains why 47 percent of the the Act, or that they have not felt E. already in successful operation in and president of tho Congress; J. policies taken out named mothers financially ablo lo carry their inMcCollough, IU secretary, and Df. J. n number of communities in every ,. as beneficiaries, 10 percent named, surance at this time. i . t Hill I 111 llUJllv ( II. Dillard, chairman of the section DHUMIl'I 11 SltllC. ,c nn1 on,- - 7 pcrccnl namc,M To guard any man losing his right of race relations. The Congress, in of colored physicians nurse.,, ami to Government Insurance because ,8. its recent appeal lo tho Federal gov policemen for public l.eallh audi n,oV ... of this condition the Sccrolary or V V'u among Negroes is ernment lo control mob violence, was made VaV policies Iho Treasury recently issued a rul with Provision took tho ground that race problems recommended; written on scrvlco men during the ing allowing every man eighteen are of national rather than sectional! all constructive agencies of both w; r lo bo conlinucd as permanent months in which ho has Iho opporconcern; and it was felt if a policy races; and the .1 ' I 'U II IIUIIl by each i.ovenimont lnuranco. To avail tunity to reinstate his insurance ..... . t ..... WIIIUII IUUBII UU governor of n alnn.llnr commission I a1. .n .t.i CUllltl UV lll lllllli.ll.-- ...l. Ul(.mac,V01 rf cpportunUy loi after he has allowed it to lapso be, endorsed by tho governors of all tho to study the race situation and to w insurance, cause of of premiums. elates n starting point would bo se- recommend means to prevent frlc- - , , I)0rIl,ant,n, Lned Slntea Gov.! This privilege reinstatement , cured from which tho whole prob-lo- m imn ami to promote good win. .mil lib 1(1 Mtuiliv l I J IVJJU J should be clearly understood. So This program was ailoplcd in 1'iat the men discharged might be worked out along comfrom scr long as a man is not paying his whole, and with hearty recommend-ation,,b- y mon lines. vire con'.nue to pay their monthly premiums ho is not insured. Hi3 all the governors present. premiums, nnd at somo time durTho committee stated lis belief reinstatement privilege merely gives that "no enduring basis of goodwill ing tho flvo years following the him the right to again havo Govern between whllo and colored peoples U. S. NEWS formal declaration of pcaco that ment Insurance without undergo in this country could bo developed they convert Into a permanent ing physical examination, and up(Continued rrom Pio One) except on the fundamental princiK In he a renter of agitation, and il policy. on the payment of two months, preand is n subject in which he is interestples of Justice, From tho record it nppcars that miums. raco Integrity"; nnd that wo owo it ed. Ho favors rather radical lcgis- - only about twcnly-flv- Q percent of The former service man who lives on the farm will be reached to a large extent through banks which havo volunteered to serve as clearing houses for information on War Risk Insurance. Tlicro arc six permanent forms of Government Insurance, as follows: 1. Endowment. Endowment. 2. Life. 3. 4. Life. 5. Endowment al Ago 02. G. Ordinary Life. Berca College Management. First Class, Moderate Rates. For Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists In Europo The Citizen one-four- th Editor-Jn-Ch- .... ... w B. E. Belue & Company Richmond, Kentucky 1!. """"" : ,,, .... I 1 . 1 ,.,., a United States Tires are Good Tires The Real Thing Right Through Put United States Tires under your car and you'U find them the real thing. They're built to wear to give you the kind of economical service you want. And that's just what they do. Hundreds of thousands of regular users will vouch for that lots of them right around here. There are five distinct types of United States Tires one for every need of price or use. We have exactly the ones for your car. ' Boone Tavern Garage i Berea, Kentucky Paper Capt. Alfred Pirtlo, Presi1,000 MURDERERS dent of Filson Club, Louisville, A Georgia mob, of 1,000, Ky.: "Somo Stations on Bear no doubt, some of the citizens Grass." serve upon the next grand Paper Prof. Harlow Lindley, who will T,i.,jury and some of tho professional r Earlham College, Richmond, mlUVeU III UllllV-- u bystanders who have no disqualify- IUJ lltlll ing opinion when called for ser History." Stales vice upon petit juries, lynched two. 4:00 to 6:00 P.M. Reception at Los negroes "charged witli having shofr Cabin, Homo of Fireside Indus- a Deputy Sheriff, who is not expecttries Department. ed to live. Tho charge was mado 7:30 P.M. Parisli House, Session on l,y-lmob, of course, and the Mountain Section of Ohio Val- opinion as lo the condition of Iho ley, Dr. C. Rexford Raymond, Deputy Sheriff may have been mob Berea College, presiding. opinion. During t lie hunt for the Paper Prof. John H. Cox, Univer two negroes whose murder was con sity of West Virginia, Morgan-tow- n, templated, Mosc Martin was mur W. Va.: "West Virginia dered, and other negroes were Folk-lor- o and History Somo whipped for refusing to give infor Observations on tho Value of mation which tho mob believed from a they could give. Statements in Folk-lo- re Historical Viewpoint." Whether the two negroes who Mountain Ballads Sung by Berea were hanged and riddled with bulStudents under tho direction of lets and burned were guilty of havProf. John F. Smith, Berea Col- ing shot tlio Deputy Sheriff, and lege. whether the Deputy Sheriff would Paper D. P. Black, President Real die, and the shooting thus becomo Estato Trust Co., Pittsburg, Pa. a capital offense, provided it was "Somo Land Problems in tho done in circumstances making it deMountains." liberate murder, and whether the Paper Dr. Logan Esarcy, Editor unfortunate Mosc knew anything Indiana Magazino of History, the mob want to know, aro quesUniversity of Indiana, Bloom- - tions which the mob of 1,000 deinelon, Ind.: "Tho Myth of termined Georgia citizens could not the Poor White Trash?' answer when tho riddled bodies of Saturday, Oct. 18, 9:30 AM. Asso- tho two objects of the man hunt ciation will attend Collego Chap had been thrown upon tho burning el. Short speeches. pino and tho body of hapless Mose Prof. had been carried to tho cabin In 10:00 A.M. Parish House, Harlow Lindley, presiding. which he had lived. Time will, tell Paper Dr. Wilbur II. Siebert, whether the Deputy Sheriff was Ohio Stato University: "Tho mortally wounded. The other quesLoyalists of Kentucky." tions will never bo answered. i MEETING OF OHIO VALLEY HISPaper Dr. J. E. Tuthill, Kentuc Tlio wildest orgy of tho bloodTORICAL ASSOCIATION ed Ky.: "Tho Province of Kentuc thirsty Russian Bolsheviki, as ky Stato University, Lexington, in the cablegrams, hardly Berea, Ky., October surpasses tlio bcastiality of such an ky." event as the man hunt and triple Annual Business Meeting. public generally most corThe 12:00 M. Luncheon. murder in which 1,000 Georgians dially invited to attend all the meet1:30 to 5:00 P. .M, Excursion to In took part when somebody wounded ings held in the Parish House. a Deputy Sheriff in circumstances dian Fort. Thursday, Oct. 16, 7:30 P.M. Parish 6:30 P.M. Annual Banquet Short which never will bo known by tho speeches by members of tho As publio as a result of testimony in Houso of tho Union Church, near court. Boono Tavern. sociation and invited guests. Opening Exercises Ono thousand murderers aro at largo in a single Georgia counly. Welcome President William G. FOSTER ASKS VIEWS Tiie noxt grand jury will receive a Frost, Berea College, Ky. (Conlinucd from page ono) formal charge from the Judgo in President's Address Dr. J. R. which the detection and indictment Robertson, Berea College, Ky. Paper Dr. Christopher B. Cole- nsklns for"" closed lliops and" never Of tho guilty will bo urged, but lliero will bo no convictions. Such man, Butler College, Indianapo- have." Mr. TIkIic read nn advertisement of lis, Ind.: "Tho Ohio River as an 1009, credited to the United State savagery sickens civilized human beings. Tlicro aro no words in Artery and as a Boundary." Steel corporation, which culd: "Men Paper Ada May Cromwell, Jetl, Wunted Syrians, Poles nnd Itoumnn-Inn- s which lo express the horror and disgust in whioh tho enlightened Ky.: "Tho Shakers in Kentucky, preferred." "The Bontlemnn's (Mr. Gnry) re- and decent feel. Courier-Journa- l. Their Coming and Going." marks nliout foreigners now," TIrIio Informal Reception at Boono TavI remnrkod, "are not well taken In view ern. Incompleteness. Friday, Oct. 17, 9:30 A.M. Parish of that." "Do you charge that from 1000 on How universal Is the sense of InHouse, Dr. Christopher B. Colo-ma- n, there wns n rtciuly Increase of foreign completeness In hmnnn experience I presiding. In tho Steel company's Youth, maturity and even old nge are workmen Paper W. II. Stevenson, Presi- mills?" nked Senator WnUh (Dem.) ever renchtng for tho something else dent Lake Erio and Ohio Valloy of Massachusetts. which they crave for the hour, which "Ves, I do," Mr. Tlcho answered. Canal Board, Pittsburg, Pa.: seems to bo the essential need of tho "Ohio Valley Waterways in yenr while we occasionally meet naRead our World News column, It tures who are hemllng every force of Past and Prosent Wars." their working yeurs to the end of Paper Mary Verhoeff, Louisville, is conciso and readable. some ureat umbltlon, foiling In Ky.: "Tho Big Sandy River NavWo aro pleased lo publish your which, life to them Is but a fraction. igation." Robert Carroll. Paper John Wilson Townscnd, nows items. Lexington, Ky.: "Horaco Holloy: Hero of Old Transylvania.' Panor Prof. J. 13. Bradford. Mi ami University, Oxford, Ohio:1 "Higher Education in tho Ohio Valloy Prior to 1830." 65 Acres, 5 miles from Berea. Dixie highway runs right 12:00 M. Luncheon. through it, only 15 minutes by auto from the best College P.M. Parish Houso, Dr. Wil2:00 in Kentucky. House and all buildings. Very good repair. bur II. S'iebert, Ohio Stato UniTwo good springs, 700 peach trees and 300 apple trees, 20 versity, Columbus. O, proslding. acres small timber, suitable for any buildings ever needed. Papor Mrs. W. T. Lafferly, CJiair-ma- n Farm is located just over line in Rockcastle County. This of Historical Committee of is sure to be a bargain for the right person. Woman's Federated Clubs of Kentucky: "When La Fayette was in Lexington." ..n,.. a? A i.irHri hc non-paym- 20-Y- 30-Y- ear pic-lur- 10-1- 8. A Bargain in a Farm C. M. Canfield Page Six. THE CITIZEN October 0, J0il MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door Training that adds to your general education. FOR TODNO MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commerce and Telegraphy. FOR TOUIfO LADIES Home Science, Dressmaking, Cook lag, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. money-earning HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizney, Dricctor of Home Science MORE SCHOOL LtlrfCH SUGGESTIONS Cheese Sandwiches AGRICULTURAL AND SCHOOL FAIRS ROCKCASTLE COUNTT The 10th day of October is going FUNK KNOWS CORN Eugcno D. Funk is a seed-cor- n PEOPLE One-fourth A is forced by war STORE POTATOES FOR twenty-fiv-Temporary Raise in Board ramained the same inconditions. For years the board has e Berea, but the Trustees Every trustco in the county is DURING WINTER unusual situation in wbieh the whole country finds itself now makes USE it impossible for us to live on the samo money as we have in the past urged to be present with as many other people from his district as ho AH students do some work with then hands from six to six can bring with him. All are ex- Vegetable May Be Kept in Vari- teen hours a' week as janitors or in tho farm, carpenter shop, printpectednone excused. ing office, laundry, boarding hall, office, etc., and receive pay which ous Convenient Places. To Teachers reduces their expense. Of course every teacher will be young man or young woman can get an education Any present with his or her school. Good Plan to Place Major Portion of at Berea if there is the will to do so. This' is going to be a school fair, Crap in Banks or Pits Sweet PoPAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent tatoes Should Be Handled and teachers will attend things of by the term, board by the halt term. Installments are as follows: Very Carefully. their profession. Teachers are requested to insist on tho entire Expenses for Boys lPrepared by the United States Depart school attending this fair. ACADCMT VOCATIONAL AND To able-bodied to he a real bis day for every school district in Ihc County. On this day trustees, parents and teachers, young people, will gather at tho meet-In- c. school houses for an all-dvtwrn thnv will exhibit and sec exhibited Home, School, Garden and Farm products. This will do a day of shaking hands and passing on a good word to tlio other iciiow if we have something good to say this will be the day and place to pay it. Wc want to be loyal and ileonlv Interested n our own Com Our Home Community munity. comes first. October 10 will no a l.iv of nassinir on to the other fcl low our interest in our own Com- munilv. All exhibits winning first, second and third in Community rairs must be taken to Ml. Vernon on Friday morning, October 17, so that arrangements and judging will be through by Saturday, October 18th. Tho County Fair will open at 8 o'clock, Saturday morning, October 18. All live stock must be entered by 11 o'clock. Exhibits will remain in their place until 3:30 p. m. To Farmers All farmers arc asked to exhibit 10 ears' of their white corn and 10 ears of their yellow corn. We want more than 200 exhibits of corn at the County Fair, October 18. ay specialist. Ho grows seed corn on 8,000 acres each year and sells pedi greed seed corn all over tho world. What he says concerning tho selec tion and care of seed corn should he of interest to every farmer who is selecting and storing his seed corn this autumn. In an article on seed corn in the October number of Farm and Fire side, Mr. Funk gives tho rules which must bo carefully followed to insure good seed: 1. Gel only a few bushels enough to plant a special seed-cor- n plot From this select the seed for the suceeding year's crop. 2. Pick seed corn in tho field when it is ripe that is, just before it freezes. 3. Pick a medium-size- d ear not a big one. Largo cars mean plants. 4. Don't pick an car from a hill which has smut in or near it. 5. Don't let your seed corn freeze. Store it in a warm, dry place where plenty of air is circulating. 6. Don't pile up the cars, llarig the corn so tho ears do not touch. 7. Test your seed early enough so that if your corn docs not show good germination you will have time to gel and test new seed. 8. Change your seed corn every few years for the samo reason that a breeder changes his'bulls. late-maturi- ng Berea's Vocational Schools power, combined with pound cheeso grated or mashed until soft. Add V cup cream salad dressing and mix well. This filling will keep n couplo of weeks. A little salad dressing mixed with any ground meat Is a pleasant change; also makes tho meat go further. Cream Salad Dressing lablcspoonful of sail, lf 'one-halablcspoonful of mustard, lf of threo - fourths toblcspoonful sugar, leaspoonful of paprika, and one Inltlespoonful of flour. Adil tho yolks of two eggs slightly beaten, threo tablespoon-ful- s of melted butter, three-fourtcupth cupful of milk and ful of vinegar. Cook in doublo boiler, stirring constantly until mixture thickens. Strain and cool. This dressing may be made with one whole egg instrnd of two yolks. Mix one-haone-four- th hs one-four- 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those lot far advanced, combined with tome vocational training. No natter what your present advancement,' we can put you with others like yourself and give chaae for most rapid improvement. 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course For those who arc not expecting to teach and who are not going It alto give thru College and desire mora general education. 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 for thoso who expect to leach. Tlu courses arc so arranged that young peoplo can teach through tho summer and fall and attend school through tho winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. 5th Door mis Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Berea College is tne straight road to College best training in Mamemtiics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea'a largest department 6th Door is . This the crown of the whole Institution, ana provides courses in all advanced subjects. tunasa To Business and Professional People All business and professional peo- ment of Agriculture.) ple throughout the county arc cordially invited and expected to bo present. Things pertaining to Home, School and Farm arc things which make better business and citizenship. To .the People of the County as a Whole Rockcastle County is our county wo make it what wc will. What shall we do and when shall wo go on Saturday, October 18? Since Itockcastle County is our county and our interests are in the County, let's concentrate our interests, Sat. STOHb BOARD. urday, October 18, at Mt. Vernon DIRTCOVERlKO and bojhere in person and show STRAW our county spirit as it has never V6ET4BLC been shown before. Five thousand Mt. people arc expected to bo in 'llUU Willi lWllimilllllJ Ullll lAJUllkJ spirit hunnling and running over. Cross Section of Storage Pit Contain-irAre you going to miss it? Nol Irish Potatoes During Severely You'll be there with all that makes Cld Weather the Dirt Covering May Be Supplemented by Manure, Straw, a county in its truest sense. Etc ROBERT F. SPENCE General Vair Supt. and County Agent. Inches of earth. It Is a good plan to pjace the major portion of the crop In Table Helps Feeders banks or pits and u small quantity In the storage room In the basement or In Last season tho county agents in the outdoor storage cellar for ImmedKentucky were furnished a table iate use. Sweet potatoes should be mature for the winter feeding of steers. This uhiquo table sent out by the when dug and should be left exposed Extension Division of tho College for a few hours to dry off the surface of Agriculture, which gavo tho moisture before being placed In storhandled carefully daily proportion of corn silage, cotto- age. They should be are bruised easily. at all times, as they n-seed meal, shelled corn and dry This crop may be kept In pits or roughage to bo fed a 1,000 pound bunks or In outdoor storage cellnrs, steer for 150 days, proved of great but a wann, dry place Is preferable. value to cattle feeders. At a glance When stored In pits or bunks Hweet it was possiblo to know just how potatoes aro bandied In much the same the feed should bo balanced and way as beets or other root crops. When at what times to make definite kept In a speckilly constructed storage increases in the radon. Tho valuo house, either In bulk or In crates, the of the table was so well established potatoes should be cured for about ten days or two weeks at u temperature of that a small circular containing 75 degrees tq 80 degrees F. After the such information is being prepared curing period the temperature should by tho Animal Husbandry DepartNo Greater Enemy. ment of tho Collego ofAgriculture. Though all things do to harm with Sinco the tablo of last season was him what they can, no greuter eneinj sent to the county agents, two small to himself thnn man. Karl of Stirling. bunches of .cattle have been fed and marketed at tho Experiment Station. Theso two bunches were givon exactly the samo feed, except Ihat one pen received sorghum sil-nOFAMillionWofkers while the other pen got corn To Secure Members for silage. As this was tho second year of thii experiment in the feeding of The AmericanRed Cross sorghum silage, the new circular will bo ablo fo say the following about the valuo of sorg'tum as silage: "Tests at tho F.xpeHmrnt Station show that sorghum silage compares quite favorably with corn silage In tho fattening of steers and for ite prcsenl wo v ( uld recommend that Volunteer Now AfYour tho system of feeding bo Jio same wboro it is employed as where corn Chapter Headquarters sllaRo '. used." TkirdRedCroMnollCall Tho county ayent ope? that every November 2-- 11 feeder of cattle will secure this useful circular as oon as it is available. eel-lug The Irish potato Is the most Important vegetable In the northern portions of the United States and Is stored In large quantities for winter use. It la ay be kept In the storage room in the basement, In outdoor storage and In banks or pits. When stored In cellars, the potatoes may be I ut Into barrels, boxes, baskets, crates, tins or on the floor, but must be protected" from the light. When stored In banks or pits they are bundled In the same way as beets, carrots, etc. Potatoes must be protected from freezing, atid before winter sets In the pit must bo covered with manure, straw (r other material In addition to several FOUNDATION SCHOOLS AND NORMAL S COLLEGE Incidental Fee Itoom 5.00 0.50 0.00 G.50 15.75 15.75 Board, 7 weeks Amount duo September 17, 1919 27.25 Board, 6 weeks, duo October 2l 13.50 28.25 13.50 811.75 $ 7.00 0.50 15.73 29.25 13.50 Total for Term Incidental Fee Room SS0.75 '12.75 7.00 Expenses for Girls S 5.00 C.50 S The Sensible Lunch "A month ago my daughter returned from school with tills greeting: "Well, Mother," said she, "you've repeated at last, and nil tho girls are disappointed, though I suppose wo ought not to be after thirty-fo- ur different ones." "Different ones? Different what?" I asked. "Anil what have I repeated?" "You've, repeated a lunch," sho informed me. "Nearly every girl has tho samo lunch each day, and, though they trade with one another a good deal, they get very tired of it. My lunches have been different sinco wo started till today; and tho girls say my lunches nlways taste much better, and look much bolter than theirs do." This candid rport lcNo my consideration of tho school lunch. I Unci that rich cake, baker's bread (usually spread with Jelly or Jam) anil sweet chocolate are tho rule, that tho lunches exceed In quantity even as they lack in quality, and that the children are heavy and inattentive for an hour or moro after eating. The children in this particular school come, almost without excepfamilies. tion, from well-to-d- o Hence it has seemed as If their Five-Minute caso wero likely lo bo abovo average, and as If thcro worn n chanco that tho lunch suggestions abovo might provo helpful In many a school homo. I think thn lunches have been moro acceptable, as well as moro nourishing, because all tho breads used have been homemade. Tho quantity of bread has been but two medium thick slices of a loaf llvo Inches square, or nearly as possiblo tho equivalent nmount In muffins, biscuit, or crackers. Tho sandwich formed by Iwo hits of bread Is always re-cInto strips, triangles, or four small squares. It will readily bo seen that five minutes will preparo any one of thoso lunches an advanlago In tho homo without n maid whero oven aro served at winter breakfasts 7:05 a. m. I wrap the sandwiches nnd tho sweet In paraffin paper, lay a Japanese napkin on top, nnd pack tho whole in n half-poucandy box. The fruit Is stowed separately, in tho outside pocket of the school bag. I have never purchased anything especially for a school lunch; there seems always lo bo n "loft-ovosufficient for ono sandwich, and when two or more lunches aro to be prepared they need not bo alike. Peanut Sandwiches Spread thin slices of Hostnn brown bread (the recipe Is given on pago 8i with buller which has been worked until creamy. Sprinkle ono half the " pieces with peanuts, shelled, skinned, chopped, nnd seasoned with salt. Cover with remaining pieces. Sardine Biscuit Mix and sift two cupful? of flour, four leaspoonful3 of baking powder, nnd one leaspoonful of salt. Work in three tnblespnonfuls of lard and two lablespoonfuls of but (or, using the tips of tho fingers; then add three-fourtcupful of milk. Toss on n slightly floured board, and pat and roll to one-thiinch in thickness. Shape with n very small round cutter, first dipped in flour, put close together in a buttered pan, and bako ten minutes In a hot oven. Split while hot, and put between tho layers sardines which havo been freed from skin and bone, separated into flakes, seasoned with salt and moistened with a bit of the sardino oil. ut nd ry hs rd 0.00 050 14.00 050 14.00 TRELLIS EASY 1 i.00 Board, 7 weeks Amount duo September 17, 191!) 25.50 Board, 0, weeks, duo October 29 12.00 JO CONSTRUCT a I BUILD WITH IDEA OF BEAUTY 2050 12.00 2750 12.00 Twisted Wires Support Sweet-PePlanta In a Most Satisfactory Manner. sweet-po- n House Should Never Be Planned Solely Along Lines of Economy and Practical Utility. trel- Total for Term I. $37.50 $3850 $3950 This docs not include the fourdollars deposit, nor money for books Corner rooms 31.00 more. or laundry. Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Stenography and Typewriting ..... SJ3.00 13.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) Bookkeeping (brief course) 0.50 Business course for students in other departments: 9.75 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's G.50 use of instrument Com. Law., Com. Geog, Com. 1.95 Arith or Penmanship, each.. Fes Business Winter $12.00 12.00 COO A very fntlsfnctory lis enn lie mnde by stretching wires hard wood or on a frame of pipe, the length of the frame tiuJng the same nx the length of the twit-Inc- h nne-lnc- h Fall SfriMg $11.00 11.00 5.50 An enrnest plea for more beauty in building Is submitted by a writer In the mugnzlne Touchstone, who say In pnrt: "Ilulldlng a home should be approached with reverence us well ns Joyous enthuslnsm. There Is no In life more fraught with romance than the crentlng of a home. We nre npt to turn to the post for 900 0.00 1.80 8.25 mw wine Iwht SC.HC" nilM if E- 550 1.05 WOOD STAK- In no case will special Business Fce3 exceed $1.00 per week. If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be in school tho full year, by all means they should enter for a course during tho winter and spring terms. The publio schools will close about Christmas and the teachers and advanced pupils should not bo idio through tho long winter months but should bo studying In Berea whero the best education can be gotten for least money. Applicants must bring or sand a testimonial showing that they art above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi signed by some former Barea student in good standing or soma reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advice writo to the Secretary, rows. The wires xtmuhl be placed loosely about the frame, nx xhown, then tightened by twlHtlng them with n fplke. A trclllH of this kind can bo used for several years, and If desired can be removed at the end of ench Popular Mechanics Muguzlnc. KCiiRon. Red Raipberrlea on Town Lot. u small patch of a good variety of red raspberry will afford fresh fruit for the tablo for many weeks. Homo of the new varieties are Perhaps one of the best Is tho Krsklno precedent In architectural styles, whereas wo should concern ourselves! chiefly with tho honest expression of our needs nnd surroundings. M!ove of bcuuty was almost n religion with tho Greeks. To build nn ugly thing was n misdemeanor punishOur country able with ostracism. would be n much moro delightful and much more agreeable place to live In If our home builders were guided by wise architects who took us much thought for beauty as they do for Just economy nnd proflL Kvery home Is nn Investment, nnd n beautiful homo returns far moro Interest on tho money expended than does nn ugly one. "Would It not bo well for us, now that we are facing an em of homo building such ns tho world tins seldom known, to imuso n little and approach MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. cowh. extru IU.f.OWlO.50, Rood to choice $7.5000.50, comuioti to fill stockera $5.50Cp7, winners $3'J5.50, Hay nd Qrln. 0'11. and feeder 1 Corn No. 2 whlto l.filClJi2, No. fair to Calves Kxtru yellow 91.nOCl.ni, No. 3 yellow $1.41 good $H0"Jl.rO, common uud lurgo $7 Ml), No. 2 mixed 81.401.17. No. 013. mixed $1.111.4(1. whlto ur $1,410 shipper" hetvy Hogs Selected 3.40, yollow car S1.1SC1.50. packers unf 810, good to choice Hay Timothy per ton, ne butchers $10, medium $1 Tift 10, sings Hound 2tSfM, clover mixed $2128, clorei $10 11.00, common and choice heavy fat sows $10i:i.W), light shippers Outs No, 2 whlto 73,474c, No. . $13.W)i0lfi, pigs (110 lbs uud less) $10 whlto 7H7tltfc, No. 2 mixed 7110 13.50. 73&C, No. a mixed 7273c. I try. nd Pom Butter, Eos Uutter Whole sullk ci turnery extra Baptlxed In a Balloon. CO'jc, centralized crcumery extrus 05c, member The child of a first 01 He, second Ulc, fancy dulry of tho Ilrlllsh parliament whs recently ftSc. christened In the crypt of the house Kggs ICxtrn firsts 55e, firsts G3c, of commons. This la, In a sense, a Arsis &0c. days, Live Poultry 1'ryert, over 2 lro survival of the custom of bygone 24c; broiler, 1 lb and over Ulc when christenings In crypts were by no fowl, 4H lua uud over, 28c; under BVi means uncommon. In oue recent case lbs 23c, roosters 18c. In Cullfornlu, for Instance, the ceremony was performed In a diving It'll Llvo Stock. Cattle Shipper $t0.50O18, butcher at the bottom oMhe seu. In auohei (em, extra $11.503'12, good to case the proud parents of the uw archoice $10:5O11.23. cgmmou to fair rival persunded a rlergymsn to bap IflfflO; heifers, extra $11912, Kood tlze the child while u( In a baMoon. ' CINCINNATI MARKETS. $000; 'WillYouBeOne go well-know- 1 fjbfjiolce 950g10.7.y;iniiiptLt.o.fU: We should remember that we nro building for the future ns well on for present delight nnd that our descend, Park". nuts may turn to our work with mnnuro In setting out tho plants first ns we look Into tho past nnd and spade the bed as for n gurden. If bow before the genius of the ancient the plants nre trained toji wire trellis master builders." they can be set two feet apart. Sir or eight plants will be sulllclent for an average family unit ought to produce Do You Think It Paid? ot least n pint n day from eaV plunt. e St. Joseflli, Mo., employed a can Ity having so few plants, they expert gurden Instructor Inst be watered und well cared for. Hand yenr who organized the pupils of tho weeding ubout tho plunt Is ulways tho elementary school Into garden clubs. best way to cultivate raspberries. About 3,000 pupils reported thut they Thrift Maglzlne. were doing garden work before tho schools closed In June, says their suKeep the City Clean. Of this number 204 With springtime usuully comes n perintendent. "clenn up" campaign, und u movement entered their nnmes for membership In that direction Is general In cities In tho United States school garden and towns throughout tho United army. Tho school children gardened states. Appenl Is inude to civic pride, 32 amis without help and helped their and peoplo aro urged to muke their parents work an urea of 30-- acres. localities better places In which to Although the season was very unfn live. This Is good und desirable. Hut vornble, n conservative estlmuto of why not keep cleaulng up all the year the food produced Ity the pupils would round? If things nre not thrown Into bo $13,000 ut market prices. the strcutH, particularly bits ot waste paper, they will not havo to be picked Black Apes. up. Ileceptuclcs for refuse, If pluced The black apes of Oulnea have long, In back yards, und used, will help much In maintaining n condition of neatness. allky hair, and their fur Is Used for muffs uud capes. Tlu cleanly hubit cuu easily be ever-bearinfull-tim- our task with greuter cnrefulness? October 0, 1010 THE CITIZEN VAN WINKLE Page Soven. wrought by Jesus were of all sorts. MRS. MINA C. AiiOtJND IRE WO ELD WITH THE AMERI CAN CROSS. I JHIPIIB "" w The Finished Work By REV. GEORGE GUILLE EiUnjioo Dtputmtnt.Moodr Bible j " s MTMVCt UHiroiM IRTMNATieiUt On Germai Soil, m SUMYSaiOOL (By No mslody ever battled him. 2. Cast out many devils (v. 34), The JUDGE GARY SAYS UNIONS ARE RUIN OF INDUSTRY Steel Head Denies All Charges Mad by the Leaders of the Workers. Washington, Oct. 2. Denying that the United Slates Steel corporation had mistreated Its men, as charged' by union labor lenders, Judge Elbert II, Gary, chairman of the corporation, told the seunte committee Investigating the steel strike thnt In his opinion there was no basic Industry In the world which had paid larger wages thnn his coinpntiy, "There is no reason for this strike," Sir. Gary sold. "The men didn't want It. They were (satisfied with their Jobs. It wns the union lenders who wnnted rtEV u KITZWATKtt, D. D Teacher of KnilUli Illbl. In th. Moodf Bible Institute of Chicago.) (Copyright, int. Wni.rn N.w.p.p.r Unloa) Lesson f IN PETER'S Mark TEXT. It Is finished. -- John U:X "From the crots uplifted high. Where the flavlour deign to ills, Whnt melodious sounds I hea'r Durstlng on my ravished ear." LESSON FOR OCTOBER 19 JE8U8 LESSON devils obey him. There Is no record of a demon ever disputing the authority of Jesus. At his command the, rendered Instnnt obedience. 3. Suffered not the devils to speak (v. 34). He bids the saved soul witness of tils saving power, but will not allow the devils to speak In challenge of his nuilinrlty or In witness of the truth of his deity. III. Jesus Retires to Pray (vv. 85-87-). HOME. The arduous service of the day made alone with God. How necessary the hush of the etenml, the calm of God I There Is great need of private prayer. IV. Preaching Throughout Qilllee (vv. 38. 30). He contlnuod steadfastly to preach. for this was his supreme business. His. miraculous works were but aids to his testimony. Preaching the gospel Ir the chief copcern of all who would follow It desirable to be alnne with the In prayer. Shut out from mnn Father O0I.DEN tis him, "It Is finished" Is the triumphant thla day la salvation come to thla house. cry Hint forever iloseil the mighty -- Luke 11:. transaction of the 17;ADDITIONAL MATKRtAL Matt. 1:14- Luke l:U-4cross. Finished according to nil I. Healing of Slmon't Wife's Mother THXT-Jes- TKXT l:.Ji. unto said Unit linil i- - mssar-srv- : tw i Mr. Minn C. Vnn Winkle of New. nrk. N. J., Is chief of the women's Imri'iiii of itiu Washington police department, n hun-iit- l which tins been iitiUcr lire nl n congressional committee hearing. Mrs. Vnn Winkle testlOed (lint ndwiird It. Mct.cnu, iilltur nnil owner of I lie Washington Post, Ihreat-ene- d to use hi tnllucnre "on the lllll" ns well iib III newspaper to hnve the liunnii abolished. Mr Mrl.i'nii denied milking any such threats, hut declared Hint the hurvnu I n "dangerous toy for women to piny with." tn the City Square of Treves. Her ninny, headquarter of the nllled mill t ry forces, nn nnclent cross surmount ed monument nmrlis (tie city's center if tmllK' Fur tills reason American Ited Cross otllclnls converted It, as shown by this picture. Into a directory of all Ited Cross activities In the city, CAPT. HENKES' SENTENCE CUT Army Officer, Who Attempted to Re sign to Escape Fighting Qermany, to Serve Five Year. Washington, Oct. 2. Sentenco of 23 yenrs Imposed by military court-ma- r tlnl on Cnpt. Dnvld Menkes of the Sixteenth Infntitry, who attempted to resign from the army during the war to esnine "miiklnc war on mv fctmtrnH upon their soil, tins been reduced to eve years oy iMison. Menkes as tried nt Goveniors Island, N. Y In Redt' Line Smashed. (Vprnhiigeii. Oct. 2. The breaklni of the Imlilicvlk Unci nt Itnlntn by th troop of the Finnish, General Dalako-Vlt- i li ri'iMirleil by the Novo Ilosslyn, 1 say n dlspntcti from Helslngfnrs received here. Whole divisions of the bolshevik) nr" declared to hnve sur rnideL February, 'tis. Encouraging Bolshevism Everything that falsely entourages unrest also encourages bolshevism. Misunderstanding of Amer- ican industrial organization, and of its benefits to mankind, leads to unrest, dissatisfaction, and radicalism. For example, the Federal Trade Commission tells the public that the large packers had an agreed price for lard substitute oil.) (made of cotton-see-d It reproduces letters taken from the files of one of the packers, showing that such agreed price existed. Administration! Even the Department of Justice, in its unjust attempt to create prejudice against the packers, has made public thee same letters, with no explanation. How long must this kind of misrepresentation continue? In so far as it is .believed, it not only breeds discontent, but results in injustice to our industry. Let us send you a "Swift Dollar." It will interest you. Address Swift St Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, 111. But it failed to mention that the agreed price was determined at the request of and in with the Food co-operati- on written ) Finished according to all tintypes and shadows of tho luw. I. What was finished? Hear bis first recorded ut ternncc: "Wist ye not that I must j ho ahout my Father's business" "Sly Father's business" began when ' sin began and God timdu proclamation of a coming Seed I of the woman, then, In holy symbol-Ism- , set forth the death of that Seed and Its blessed results for believers by taking tho skins of animals to make garments for Adam, and Eve. Now the work Is done, and his murderers are casting lots for his seamless robe that robe of righteousness that not alone covers the shutuo of our mural nakedness but becomes an adornment for the holy eye of God. lie who hangs upon that cross, In shame and nakedness, to provide this garment for his foes has forever set tied the question of sin so that It can never be opened again between God and the feeblest believer on his Son. 'There Is therefore now no Judgment to them who are In Christ Jesus," for they have been Judged once for all In the I'erson of Another who, to Its awful dregs, has drained tho cup of divine wrath against sin. "It Is finished 1" Oh soul, think not that anything can be added. If you could live a thousand years In sin less perfection and In unswerving de votion to God and his service, It would add not one whit to whnt Jesus Christ did for you. The mere thought of doing so would be robbery; stealing the glory that belongs to him alone. Tho work Is done, and the gospel Is the proclamation of that finished work In which God Is Inviting men to rest with himself. lie Is not asking you to do something, but to accept what has been done for you. These two little words, "do" and "done," express the wldo divergence between all the world's religion and our holy Christianity. Man's religion' Insists upon doing and sends Its adherents to the treadmill of their own Christianity is fleshly activities. Cod's glud tidings to lost men of what U done, once and forever. This fin ished work Is the sure foundation ol the soul's enduring peace. There Is no other. II. Tbnt finished work was a divine On the mount of ncronipllHhment. transfiguration Moses and Elijah spake with Jesus "of his decease which ho should accomplish nt Jerusalem." The death of God's Son was not that of a martyr nor that of a hero. It was the death of one who, knowing no sin, was "made sin for us, that we might he made the righteousness of God to him" (II Cor. C:21). Dying men, It was unnatural. spent with ngnny and do not cry with n loud voice, us he Nor had dm III the slightest did. claim upon him, for he was holy. It was supernatural. Hath he not said, "I Iny down my life for the no man taketh It from sheep me, hut I lay It down of myself. I have power to lay It down, and I have power to take It ngaln. This com mandment have I received of my Father." And, having uttered tho conquering cry of the text, he "yielded Up the ghost." literally, ho "dismissed i blood-sheddin- been of him. 1. A loved one III (r. 30). From the synagogue Jesus with James and John told the committee. went to the home of Peter and Andrew "It menus this country cannot keep where he found Peter's mother-in-laJesus. up In the race with the world. It prostrate with a burning fever. Among condition I fear England Is ineiins the closest followers there are suffer-- j Harmony. In today." Ing ones and anxious and burdened It Is a beautiful and blessed world "It has been stated beforo this comhearts, but to nil such' he comes with loving sympathy and power to help, we live In. Tho flowers blossom In mittee," said Judge Gary, "that the Ills power Is the same In the quietude obedience to the same law that keeps steel companies bavo been guilty of of their employees. Some of the home as In the public meeting the stars In their places. Ench bird song Is an echo of the universal harstatements have been made on misinplace. mony. It Is humanity which thrusts formation and some absolutely with2. They tell him of her (t. 31). This out foundation. wns the proper thing to do. We should discords, nnd false and" Jarring notes "I wish to stnte. Mr. Chairman, that bring to our Saviour's attention those Into the days. We go out Into the of our families who have need, of both beautiful morning carrying our useless there Is no basic Industry in this counlonds of frets and worries, our lefttry, nor In the world, In my opinion, bodily and spiritual healing. over resentments and our faithless which tins paid Inrger wages than the 8. He healed her (v. 31). "He came fears. The sunshine assures us and took her by the hand and lifted world Is still moving safely In that the United States Steel corporation, and Its appcrhnps not ns large, nor has treated her up." This net showed the near-nes- v pointed course and God has not fortheir employees tn greater respect and powsympathetic tenderness and gotten us; the birds lift their cheering consideration If as great." er of Jesus. At his touch the fever notes of rejoicing that they have found departed and strength was Imparted to food for the day, but we lift complainher body so that she was at once able ing voices because we have not found BAKERIES FINED AS "TRUST" to minister nnto them. provisions for years to come. Our 4. She ministered to them (r. 81). moody spirits nnd Jarring tempers Four Columbus (O.) Companies AsTills act shows that (1) the cure was hurt the love on earth and In heaven. sessed $1,000 and $1,950 Penalties When Hut they hurt our own souls most of Instantaneous and complete. Each for Raising Prices. Jesus henis there rs no halfway busi- all, for they put us out of tuna with ness. It Is the same with spiritual the music of the universe. Columbus, O., Oct. 1. Four large healing. (2) Gratitude on the purt of Columbus baking companies. Indicted the one healed. Those who have exAugust 22 on chnrges of violating the Success. perienced the healing power of Jesus t low tn combining Valentine The great hlghroud of human welwill express their gratitude In loving fare lib along the old highway of to fix the price of bread, entered servlco to the Lord and his disciples. and they who are plens of guilty and were fined $1,000 II. Christ's Ministry at Sunset (vv. steadfast the most persistent, nad work In the each, assessed a penalty of $50, per day from date of Indictment and ortruest spirit, It became noised about that a nota- most successful will Invariably be the dered to reduce the price of bread to ; success treads on the) ble miracle had been wrought In Peter's heels of every effort. S. what It was beforo they combined. Smiles. home, therefore as soon as the SabTho companies were the Columbus d bath drew to a close many Bread company, Brcnneman Baking Honest Prayer. and diseased were brought company, Reynolds Baking company We must be often, and alone, with to him to be healed. It we would God, and there at his feet we must and the Occident Baking company. have the crowds to gather today we pour out our hearts must be able to show that Jesus Is at est blessing upon our nnd ask his richunited endeavor. among us. Our testimony should work It All Depends. "To pray," says Fenelon, "is to desire; be backed by tho healed body or soul. Some people are ground Brace up but It Is to desire whnt God would have 1. He healed those of divers' disus desire. He who desires not, from down on the millstone of life. Others eases (v. 34). Jesus can heal any dis- the bottom of his heart, offers a de- get polished up. It Just depends on ease. Many of the cures spoken of to- ceitful prayer." the stuff you are made of. day are tenioertimentnl, but the cures v. 20-31- ( the strike." "If unions control Industry In the United Status It means decay and dropping of production," Mr. Gary te nntl-trus- well-doin- ). demon-possesie- 1 Al Look I Here is the globe spread out fore your eyes. See those stars? star shows where a U. S. Navy ship The Navy September 2nd, 1919. the Seven Seas. flat beEvery was on travels ... Don t you want to see the Wbrld ? is calling to you! and smiling foreign lands are beckoning to you. Shove off and see the world! ROMANCE the hard-playin- red-bloode- d, hard-workin- g, g men of the U. S. Navy. Pay begins the day you join. On board ship a man 13 always learning. Trade schoob develop skill, industry and business ability. holiday each Thirty days care-fre- e year with full pay. The food is good. First uniform outfit is furnished free. Promotion is unlimited for men of brains. You can enlist for two years and come out broader, stronger and abler. Join the U. S. Navy. If you're between 17 and 35 go tox the nearest recruiting station for all the details. If you don't know where it is ask your postmaster. Shove off Mn pplrH. Is "tho It was preternatural, for-hfrom the foundation of tho world." III. Tho finished work Is divinely o ItUrl' Swift & I Company, U. S. A. LJ0 l1! nil WtMtMMtmW 12.94 jg alla L, y r.&vi&ritfJ Jy a 0V .i I & m rmmm(sa3 ' , Ql T.viDDBrB II I I SWIFT & COMPANY V-- J fROM IMl Jilt Of UCAI AND BV PRODUCTS fAiorosTMt IBaBBBB skints isANIMAL UVC k iasos it.ss ciNit ronrsiiom I I nttested. 1. Witness the rent veil. "Tho veil of the temple was tent In twain." Tho veil concealed tho holiest where the presence of God wns in an If est In the cloud of glory, and barred all ap proach thereto, save by the high priest, but by lilm only onco n year mid with solemn rites of expiation. Now God rends It In testimony to his acceptance of tho work of his Son. The way Into his presence Is opened nt last, so that tho vilest of earth may draw nigh along the way, nod ho Is himself at liberty to come forth In grace to men. Witness tho rent rocks. "Tho earth Old quake and the rocks rent." 3. Witness tho rent graves. "Tho graves were opened, nud many bodies of tho saints which slept arose." And thus God did show tho power over death. death of Christ's blood-sprinkle- d Learn to "parley-voo- " Paree. See the bull-fighg Panama. See beach of Waikiki. . surf-ridin- in gay ts in on the Learn the lure that comes with the swish and swirl of the good salt tea. Eat well free; dress well free ; sleep clean free ; and look 'em all straight in the eye British, French, Chinese, Japanese, Spaniards, Egyptians, Algerians and all manner of people. Come! Be a real man of the world. Sec the world. See it with Going Into It ho robbed It of Jf V iifiNiit andStMAINS (,"", g u Its power and holds now In his "Tho sting of owti hand Its keys. death Is sin," but "he hath mude him to be sin for us" and ho has tukeu away that' sting forever. I'oor sinner, God Is resting now In tho finished work of his Son, and you may rest there, too, If you will. Shove off Mbin the U. S .Navy Pago Klght TUB CITIZEN W. R. Butler and ono for J. W. Todd. The tobacco crop Is fine in Scaffold Cane Old Undo Thomas Viars died at his homo on Scptcm her 29, and was burled In tho Vlar's cemetery. The funeral exercises were conducted by his Brother Masons in perfect' order. Undo Thomas was 77 years old and had been a sufferer from cancer for sev eral years. He leave. two children and a host of friends lo mourn his loss. Ho was a man well liked by all who knew him. Ho was a soldier In (he Civil War. Ho was born in Lee County, Va., in 1812. Death must come to us all, KENTUCKT NEWS rrora Fig oat) lie worked upon I'unll wnn to go Iti when he mum nliMcnt, buy ono dollar nnd eighty cents worth if groceries from ihe party In charge, present a check for j'--ll in payment, iintl recelvt 13.10 In change. Many moonlight schools tllmgow. In I Inn en county, are now In nnd mmie of Hie teachers nro giving their time to help wln out Illiteracy 'n ttilt feetlon, Mnny pupils have en rolled, some of whom nn mwenty-tlvyciiM of age. Within the pint three wt'fks some limn learned to rend mid write. (Contlnutd e Oclobcr 0, 1019 East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No fonpondnc In published unlrM lmrd In full br the wrllr. Th nm an nUrnc of irol faith. Write plalnlr. not for publication, but Blue Lick Ultie Lick, Oct. 9. The drought and lias boon broken by a glorious rain, Willi all indication? for a wcl week. Wheal sowing is now made possible by prevailing conditions, and farmers arc busy preparing for this crop. Hro. Starns of llichmond occupied the pulpit nt Glades, Saturday night and Sunday, as n supply for Hro. Matherly, the evangelist in charge of the revival, who was called to Caniphellville unexpectedly. He will return Monday night and the meeting will continue through the week. Let every one come. It is indeed a great privilege and pleasure to listen to these enii- nent divines as they expound the tenets of Christian faith and salvation. C. L. Searcy and family of Waco, Ky. motored lo this section and spent a day at the home of T. .1. Flanery. Mr. and Mrs. Heverly Terrill, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Elkin were visitors at this place, Sunday Quite a number from this vicinity attended Richmond Court today. The farmers of this section have their tobacco housed. Corn cutting is about over. Corn is very light. A few crops of sorghum arc being made up. Molasses is selling at $1.25 per gallon. ed much-deplored r MADISON COUNTT Combs of Illinois aro visiting tholr father, l.afe Williams, or this place Henry Click was taken to the Rob- inson Hospital last Wednesday, seriously ill with blood poison which resulted from a slight cut on the knee. Wo hopo ho may re cover Zaoh Thomas nnd Flosslo C'ick were quietly married at tho homo of tho bride, September 18lh They are planning to make their future home at Winchester, Ky. Our best wishes aro for their prosperity and happiness. H.obcrt IUch- nrdson, whllo playing with his schoolmates today, fell and seriously injured his arm. He was taken to his homo and a physician summoned. A number from this place aro attending court at Richmond. Radio and Earl Johnson, Bertha and Sallie Powell attended church at Housley Fork. Sunday. Lloyd Powell has recently sold his farm to Wilbum Collins and purchased a farm on Blue Lick, Madison County, and move will to il soon. Saturday and Sunday will bo our regular meeting days. Baptismal services at 9 o'clock on Sunday prepared or unprepared. "Re Parrot Parrot, Oct. 6. We aro having some light showers at present, but arc needing more rain. Water can hardly bo found for stock. Most everybody in this part has been making molasses during tho past week. Cane is turning out a lot of line molasses. Bud Matthews is planning to move to Kokomo, Indiana. John Couch has sold his farm lo Mathew Birch of Island City. The meeting time at Letter Box is changed from the third to the second Saturday and Sunday of each month. Oscar Collins sold his saddle marc to Judge Deese for two dollars. hundred and twenty-fiv- e The box supper that was held at Letter Box School Friday night dollars and brought twenty-seve- n thirty-fiv- e cents. Proceeds will go to the Orphans' Home. Oscar Cornelius held a box supper at his school house (Seven Pines), which brought over forty dollars. E. T. Cornett has sold out and moved to Laurel County. We feel that Jackson has lost a good preacher and a good neighbor. John Cunagim was elected trustee at Letter Box, Saturday, with a majority of three. GARRARD COUNTT t Wallaceton Wallaceton, Oct. 6. Tho farmers of this vicinity have all their tobacco housed. Corn cutting is about completed. Some of the corn is not a half crop here. We are having some much-neede- d showers at tho present. Stock water has become very scarce in some of the localities. John Wilder was elected school trustee, Saturday the ith, without opposition. Our school is progressing nicely with our new teacher. The people of this vicinity seem to have the "Indiana fever." Several have sold their farms and are buying in Indiana. Bert Guinn and family have returned from Mississippi, where they wont last spring to make their home. They say Kentucky is good enough for them. T. J. Todd sold bis farm at auction, last Tuesday, at an average of $200 per acre. Roy Botkin is still confined to his bed, Dena Anglin will start to Indiana, Tuesday, to look at a farm. 'ft member thy Creator in tho days of thy youth." Mrs .1. J. Hamilton of Scaffold Cane died September 30, after an illness of about three weeks. Mrs. Hamilton was a member of the Baptist Church and she was n good Christian woman. Sho leaves a husband, three sons and flvo daugh tors, besides a host of friends to mourn her loss. By her own re quest heri renuins woro ,Iaid lo rest in the Berea Cemetery, to wait the call of her Master. No ono can doubt sister Hamilton's rclfgion. She was not only a Christian but sho was a help in time of need. Most all of the family are members of the Baptist Church.. James Ralston nnd wife and little daughter were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Todd. Saturday and Sunday. Lum ber sawing had closed around here on occoiinl of waler. Now there is no excuse. Granny Mullen is still on Hie sick list. Uncle Jnmes Cape, has been very low over cutting his knee with a corn knife. He Is some better at th's time. Saturday was school election and church day, making it a busy day. If any one knows of a loafer, send him this way. Lasses making is all the go. Cheer up, Citizen readers. The rain has come. OWSLEY COUNTT Travelers Rest Travelers nest, Oct. 6. A pleasant shower visited us Sunday night. Farmers have been having nice weather for saving fall crops. Mr. and Mrs. W. P, Minter were dinner guests of Charles Cecil, Sunday. Uncle" Ben Botner of this town is a happy man over being Ihe owner of a wonderful turkey hen. In the spring she laid twelve egg and hatched them all and, I think, reared them all without loss, When the youngsters were about one month old the hen was found set-liagain and Ihe young brood were close by; since that lime the turkey has laid sixty eggs, making a total of seventy-tw- o, and now has a new nest, and "UncJcwBen" is hunting for it. Hobart Anderson of Conkling was a guest of his uncle, F. F. MrCollum. Saturday night. Tom Cecil, Jr, came home from Hamilton, Ohio, Sunday, sick with tonsilitis. Mrs. E. E. McCollum. who was operated on in April for appendicitis, has never fully recovered and her surgeon advises that she undergo another operation soon. Rev. G. S. Watson filled his regular appointment at this place Saturday night and Sunday. "Old ng KENTUCKT ASKED TO SAVE Cochran dismissed tin1 case of G. C $1,500,000 Itosworth, trustee In bankruptcy of the Kentucky Iturnl Credit Associa- Quota for State Fixed at a Million tion, against William (llllner nnd -- I Kentucky has a quotn of ono and illiectnrs of the nssoclntlon on mo- one-ha- lf million dollars In tho four tions of the defendants. Itosworth, as months campaign for tho sale or trustee, wns seeking to recover from the directors s 10,000 nllcgcd to luivo Treasury Savings Certificates that been Illegally expended by them nnd began September 1st, and will close SiOI.OOO which one Vnu Uitilughnm January 1st, 1020. received In commission for tho salt of Tho campaign In Kentucky is un8,'MO shares of Its capltnl stock der tho direction of James B. nrown, of Louisville, who is Director of tho Mcllm-giie- , Cynlhlnna. Claude War Loan Organization for the Paris, n hnikeman on the UhiIsvIIIc NnshvlMe railroad, had bis right hatid State. Ho has his organization perCrushed by Ihe Irnln when n box cur fected, and his representatives aro on a siding struck him, throwing him now In various parts of tho Slato Winchester. This month In police from his train to the ground, whore calling on tho bankers, and explaincircles has been decidedly the llghtct the wheels passed oer Ills hand. He ing I ho advantages of investments In some time, then1 being but seven wns taken to the Harrison hospital, in tho best securities on earth-Un- ited railroad surgeon, Dr. Mcnnnies gracing the docket. ItoslneM when the Slates Bonds. started olf briskly nt the first of the Dowell, nmptitnted the Injured memKentucky in nil tho Liberty Loan ber below the wrist. .Mr. .Mcllargue Is mouth, six urres's helm; mnde dnrlm: Campaigns, nnd In all of tho war actho first six days. Since then thero married nnd has one child, tivities, acquitted hrcsclf with hon- -. bus been hut one mini arretted, .1 drunk, on the twelfth, Danville. Tne good people of this or, and now that Iho Government has community know how to respond when fixed the Slato participation in this Richmond. Oscnr liny, who lives cnlled upon to help n family In need, campaign at the comparatively small ncroft the (nrrunl county line, near lie Is ctldc.iccd by their response to sum or t,noo,000 Just live percent Paint I.lck, bus been summoned to r the call made upon them to subscribe of Iho amount tho peoplo took In before County Judge W. K 1'rliv ton fund with which to help tho family Ihe last ol the Liberty Loan Drives to nnswer to n complaint that be hns of Campbell Vannrsilall, who lost his there Is no room to doubt tho rebuilt a fence neross the county road. heme nnd contents on the Itirrodv .Mr. Itay claims thm be bad built n burg pi I.e. Mr. Vnnarsdnll wns loft sult. In fact, from the ready rebetter mud than the old one. In order with bis old mother, who Is S3 years sponses already made it appears lo miike a wnter loop In the creek. old, wife and tliieo small children, to certain tho Slato will exceed Its s'iport nnd without n penny. A sub quota long before Iho year has (leorgetown. (Hover (Jross, while sttiiithil amount tins been raised. reached Its end. crossing u railroad trick nt Middle In certain counties of Kentucky, I own, O., where ho win employed, was struck by n yard train as bo attempted ' son, who livesFriends of John elAnder- where tobacco is the principal crop, nt Point Kern I, are and where tho returns will not bo to pet out of the way of another, and congratulating him upon Instantly killed, according to word rt-- , enpe when his auto was his narrow in for somo time, tho Certificates struck by aro being pledged to bo taken up years eched here. Mr. Ornss wits the local train Hint at a old, nnd win tho oldest son of Mr. ami "Old Henry," later dale. makes tho round trip from Richmond Mrs. Ollhert dross, of Georgetown. Ill to ItoulalMl The Treasury Savings Certificates .each day. Mr. Anderson body will lie burled In SwIUer whs leaving I'nlnt IJek for his home aro in reality Government Bonds Of near Point I a veil nnd attempted to the same type of tho Victory Llb-er- ly Mnysvllle. The License Committee i cross the railroad track In I'nlnt I.lck Notes. They possess an adof the City Council, In session here, ' when his car whs struck nnd totally vantage over tho Liberty Bonds In will report to Council nt Its October Realizing bis dangerous demolished. that they can never go below par, meeting a considerable rnlse In the ' ixisltlon, Mr. Anderson probably snved license rate tax of $.V)0 on oil stock Ids and may bo redeemed at any llmo life by Jumping, thereby escaping simply by giving ten days notice. tellers unless the stock Is listed on uninjured, but not n good scare. cither the Umlsvllle, Cincliinntl, Chi In effect they aro Uncle Sam's ten nigo, St. Uiuls or New York Stock .Mnysvllle. A warrant wns Issued day notes. nnd n tax of Sl.1 ier day oi These certificates draw four perpeddlers or those selling goods not In Police Court for Professor W. T. Berry, principal of tho Forest Avenu cent, compounded quarterly, which manufactured in tlil city. School, nt the request of William Nich- gives a net. return of 457 percent JanuColngton. Detectives from Cincin olson, resident of the Fifth Ward, who if held until maturity nati have leeii emplojed by Wood charges that the school teacher In pun- ary t, 1021. Tho prices of the CerHamilton, Hamilton Station, Ky., to ishing Ids son, seriously Injured ldm. tificates during Oclobcr are $84.20 search for his daughter, Mrs. Mary- A few days ago young Nicholson did for tho $100 Certificate and $842-0Wood, "JO years old, who was supplied something for which his teacher for tho 61,000 Certificate. And reto have leaped Into the river from tho thought he deserved punishment nnd Chcsjpcuko A. Ohio railroad brtdgu. tinned hint over to the principal. In demption value of tho security Is Mrs. Wood's disappearance canoed nnx- - ndmlnlsterlng thu punishment, tho boy the prcvallng selling prico for tho charges that I'rofensor llerry very seri- month when they aro redeemed lety on the part of tier relatives the tlmling of a note on the ously Injured him by causing him to bridge declaring her Intention to end lose two teeth and to receive a bud Tho Homo Department of Tho lick ou n- - liead. her life. I Citizen is welcomed by tho home-makeIjim-nste- i - 0 rs. Frnnlrfnrt Folornl .Indi-- e A M saw Harts Settlement Harts Settlement, Oct. 7. October has come witli its nice pleasant days. Everything seems to smile when October comes. Several from this place have entered school at Berea for the Fall Term Misses Minlha McQueen, Goldia Martin and Kenneth Raine. We are glad to see tho young people seeking for an education, for thero is nothing better. Mr. Strong, our school teacher, has Just purchased a fine Jersey cow for S103. Miss Douglas visited the Lake family last week, which they enjoyed very much. J. E. Hammond and wife of Disputanta were with home folks, Monday, to spend the day. R. E. Gadd visited homo folks funday, The Harla has just received their new organ, which co3t $102, and was dedicated Saturday night. A good talk was given by II. E. Taylor on his trip to France and other places where ho visited while away. Then some nice songs were sung by tho male quartet. Everyone enjoyed it fine. White Lick White Lick, Oct. C Mrs. Lon Stowe is still sick and does not seem to bo improving much. Mrs. E. B. Creech of Camden. Ohio, who was here visiting relatives, has returned home. Lon Stowe purchased a farm near Eaton, Ohio. He and family will movq there next year. Calloway Hounshell will move on the farm where Lon Stowe now lives. Mrs. Flora Mays, Mrs. A. L. Davis and Mrs. J. B. Creech visited Mrs. Lon Stowe last Monday. Mrs. Mattio Creech spent the afternoon with Mrs. James Roberts last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Robinson and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Rogers of Richmond have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Lon Stowe, recently. Lawrenco Creech and sister, Florence, spent last Wednesday evening at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Hounshell. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Creech spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Dollins. 140 ACRES THE N. J. GOSNEY FARM A part of the famous Camp Dick Robinson land, on Lexington pike, Garrard County, 6 miles from Lancaster and 8 miles from Danville. AT AUCTION WEDNESDAY, OCT. 22, 10.00 O'CLOCK Long, level frontage on pike. CLARK COUNTT Log Lick Log Lick, Octji i. John Woods and wifo of Montgomery City, Mo., I (... JACKSON COUNTY r" Kerby Knob Korby Knob, Oot. 0. Tho drought was broken Sunday by a good rain which was much needed. The farmers of this part are quite busy cutting corn and making sorghum, James Williams and son, Lonnlc, aro visiting his son, of Hamilton, B. Williams, and daughter, Mrs. Henry Click. John Reynolds and family of Lancaster, Ky, spent last week with Oran Click and family, leaving for their homo, Monday, James Williams of this placo Is selling out and going back to Illinois to mako his home again, HI" ram Williams and sister, Cora No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour Returns to its beforethe-wa- r high standard of quality nro visiting hero for tho past two wcek3. They wero formerly residents of Clark County, many years ago. A flno eleven pound son was born to the wifo of John Gross, September 18, which they named Odell. Dr. A. T. Neal made a business trip to Lawrenceburg last Friday. J. II. Dawson, wifo and little daughter, of Winchester, visited Mrs. Maud Neal last Sundays-Jo- hn Woods, a local merchant, is putting an addition to lib storo at this ROCKCASTLE COUNTT place, Tobacco is about all cut and Rockford boused in this community at this Rockford, Oct. 5. The timo. William Shinfesscll passed for rain fell hero today; water was thru hero yesterday on his way to getting scarce, and wheat sowing the oil fields. Marion Curtis sold a was delayed. This is a busy old flno drovo of fat steers to Winchestime cutting corn, wheat sowing, ter parties for 7 cents per lb., detobacco cutting and barn building. livered. Another littlo son mado There is not a single loafer around his appcaranco in Charley Puckolt's this place. Hand3 aro scarce and home, September 22, which they high. A small boy will ask I1.B0 named Holly. John King of Trapp and have 11 or else quIl-- A crowd was hero today trying lo sell somo was at Rockford today, numbering horses. Tho wifo of Jim Vaughn, in all forty persons. Among this who has been very sick, is boltor crowd was C. C. Williams and mnlhep nnrl sislnr of Ml. Vernon. Kv.i at this timo. Mrs. J. II. Matherly and littlo daughter visited her Alfred Alexander has Just comdaughter at Raker Station a few pleted two tobacco barns, ono for days this week. Coal is selling in this neck of tho woods at from 20 to 30 cents per bushel, owing lo tho quality. Edmond Brookshire bought Robert McKInney's farm for $5,500. long-looked Subdivided into small farms, improved and unimproved tracts. bungalow, 2 porches, basement, 2 cisterns, story Ono and lf IMPROVEMENTS: new garago for 2 cars. Young orchard and all kinds of fruit. dairy house, and. tobacco Stock barn, 5 box stalls; 150 bbl. corn crib, wagon shed, buggy shed and cow stable; by springs, pools and well, tenant houso. Cistern 18x18 at tobacco barn, watered barn, one-ha- concrelo stock troughs. Land level and very fertile. Kverybody knows what "Camp Dick" land is. No other that section can bo purchased. The best section In Garrard County. Good neighborhood. nient lo schools, churches, and markets; 2 miles from Bryantsville, that growing vlllago bank, good business houso; I mile from Baptist Church, 1 milo from Christian Church, from Methodist Church. Adjoins tho Robort Ban kin farm and tho Ed. Perkins Farm. All except 20 acres corn and 5 acres tobacco, now sown to rye. Land well fenced. farms in Conve- with its 2 miles In grass, Remember Swinebroad always sells nnd my contract with Mr, Gosnoy is to sell absolutely lo tho "highest bidder" without any reservation ns to prico or any limit. It's up and selling to the "High Dollar" from tho timo of tho first . bid until Bolivar Bond says "Sold." 'Look over this form before salo day. Don't miss this opportunity. Ilemeiubor, I don't offer a farm unless I know it will appeal to Iho buyers. Wo sell to suit tho purchasers. You oan buy a small tract and it will bo so divided you can gel Just the size farm you want. Will sell on easy terms and deferred payments at only 5 per cent interest Possession January 1, 1920 At the same time Mr. Gosney will sell a lot of stock, farming implements, etc. For furthur particulars and to show you the farm see Mr. Gosney at the farm, or ' Once Tried - Always Used Wheat Derry Perfected. Many of the present superior wheats produced In the United States were Into this country from Introduced Asia. Kuroite and South America, and acclimated to our country while undergoing the test. They have been bred and crowed until a berry has been secured which will adapt Itself to the region requiring a wheat crop. Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man or W, E. Moss, Adv. Mgr. DINNER ON THE GROUND TlKKrilll LANCASTER KY.