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People Five Cnnl Per Copy. BEIIEA. MADISON COUNTY, K ENTUGKY. The citizen 0(;T0 BKU Id, 1019. Power and Iho way lo keep up with modern Knowlcdgo is to read a good Is Knowledge Newspaper. Vol. XXI. One Dollar and Fifty Cents Ppr Year No. 1G. The Last Battle With Whiskey pauperism and idleness. And the great manufacturers of liquor are closing out their distilleries and putting their capital into other lines of business. Hut there is ahead of us a lively battle with the There are men jgst sneakers and petty mean enough to prefer to make money bv the secret manufacture of liquor than by honest work, and it is to be feared that a good many of the magistrates, whose business it is to arrest these violators of law, are themselves ready to share their profits or to taste their products. It is a time for all good citizens to watch our magistrates and back up those who do their duty, and replace those who do not. law-breaker- s. Kentucky News A warrant was sworn in Iho Madison Quarterly Court Monday by (rant Conner, ngainst William King and Bodic King, charging them with breach of Iho peace. ; U. S. News GAVIN M'NAB World News Tho ratification of The putting down of the liquor traffic following our new prohibition laws has suceeded beyond all our expectations. All our great cities show a diminution of crime, Co-operati- ve Banquet Farmers Entertain Berca Business Men In his address Professor Cooper pointed out that tbero wero sorao changes in conditions that had materially iiil'ecied fanning. ei In Hie first place, the raise in the value of land requires moro capital and demands a larger interest on the invostment. Second, chango in mon. was beautifully tho labor situation calls for higher Hie ilining-roodeoorntocl willi autumn lonvos, and wagos. The farmer must compete ouro dinner win wjtli other employer.1 railroads, h bounteous thre The inenti was: Fruit eock-tni- l. factories, etc. There sliQuId bo no sened. mahed point"!, rrimwl enr-ro- ls eonllict of interosts in a given com and peas; gravy, ollvos, cran- munity. Business men and farmers berry Jelly. Krnrli rolls, butter, ten, must work out tho problems together, not in opposition to each c'olToc, pio a la mode. other. All must boost for tho comn number of very in After dinner ,Mr. B. munity. Tho sizo of Berca is not Iwsliiiir toast were P. Allen acted an tonslinaster and determined by the corporation limproved to bo tho right man for the its but by tin size of the farming place. His witty stories and pointed community that comes to it. Agriculturo is the largest of all remarks gavo Inlorest and lifo to tho occasion- - lie is also to bo con- iho businesses In tho Stato of Kengratulated upon his cbolco of men tucky. Farmers must speed up lo jixpoixl to the toasts. their business by efficiency by apTho first called upon was Mr. II. plication of scientific principles. H. Taylor, who spoko of the pleasuro Certain lines of farming ought to it alTonUd him of seeing tho spirit bo dovelopcd and improved. For which was mani-ifeat- .example, thero aro flvo hundred and cream stations in tho inlheplondid gathering oIgbty-lv- o. " oFfai-morand business men. Next 'Stale that aro rending cream out Mr. J. s Hncknijy wan called upon. of the State, or to cities in the edgo ""IloVtoo, expressed his pleasure in of the slate. The creamery busithe unity of spirit and purposo on ness ought to bo developed at home, tho part of those present. Dr. W. 0. where tho butter milk could bo fed Best followed, emphasizing tho im- (o tho hogs. Again Kentucky usod and high to bo first in tho production of hemp; portance of friendship ideals, and was glad to find so much now it is third or lower. Sho of these things in the men present. would still bo ablo to hold first Mr. II. 0. Lamb was called upon. place, if thero might bo largo maHo, too, was cnthusiastio for co- chinery and modern methods emoperation and tho community spirit. ployed in handling it- - In the matter Dr. M. ltohmiu spoke of (he of marketing and distributing farm improvement In Beroa and sur- products, tho farmer must havo the rounding country and attributed it help of local business mon. to ju-- l tho spirit found in that Mr. Cooper then spoko of somo gathering. Doan F. 0. Clark mado a farm problems which, ho asserted, plea for further improeineiils, em- wer Male problem, inasmuch as phasizing the need of srientillc tboy alTccl so largely tho wholo methods in farming, the need of would develop ngriculturc, speakgiving boys thorough ing particularly of the need for the a training in up -- In- dale farm- standards and grades in farm corps. ing, and the necessity of in.nl Then Iho matter of farm credits improvement, etc. Ho assured tho should havo tho attention of legisfarmers that tho Agricultural De- lators. The Ilural Credits Act partment of nerea Collcgo was over should be extended so that men may at their service Squiro Todd, who move out of tho tenent class Into is a mombor of the Fiscal Court, that of land owners. Markets ought spoko upon I lift subject of good to bo stabilized so that such roads. Ho especially urged all lo as are now common might volo for road improvement, at the not occur. Recently pork dropped (''lining election. He showed, by 30 percent in price. Again educn- -' concro'.o uvample, that poor roads tional facilities should bo increased. cost more than good one. No spot in tho country can afford Mr. Allen then introduced Dean to do without adequate education. Thomas P. Cooper of the Stato Col-le- Education pays. Lastly, tho probof Agriculture at Lexington. lem of good roads was mentioned. Ho spoko of tho benoflts derived from Adequato transportation facilities finch meetings where fanners mid aro necessary to tho success of tho business men como logothor and farming industry. Good railroads viows and come into oloser must be supplemented by good contact and closer friendship and roads so that tho farmer can profitunito in working out tho problems ably dlsposo of his products. of tho community. (Continued on Pago Fivo) evening. October lOtli, of tho surrounding f.ountry pnlerlninod lite business at a banquot given in m n of Ninety-on- e men Tavern. Bnono woro farwere present; forty-tliro- o woro business mers and forty-oigOn Friday Die farmers Bri hl m gin. ...Qfj-iilfqraU- on od ! Minter, Adminsitrator II. II. Minter was appointed, and San Francisco, Oct. U. Crossing qualillcd in the county court, ns 2,701 miles, In ndmitiMtrator of the cslato of Man-n- le Iho continent, hours 58 minutes and Miller, with Dave Cobb, ns twenty-foseconds, actual flying lime, surely. J. D. Kennedy, Iloland 55 Meatus, mid Clarence Mnupln were Lieutenant B. W. Maynard today Took his llrst honors by a few hours appointed appraisers of tho oslalc. in the first lap of tho double transWrhmond, Ky, Oct. 1!. Brnco continental nlrplano reliability raco Maupiu was indicted by the grand byt landing at San Francisco at jury Friday for killing his neighbor, 1:27:07 p. m. Pacific limo today Tom Oldham al Brnssllcld, this wbilo Lieutenant E. C. Kiel comcounty, at a church, in August pleted Iho caslbound trip at 0:35:10 Itae McIIono was indicted on a rj m. eastern limo, followed 20 charge of nltenpling to burn tho; seconds later by Major Carl Spalfc, sehoolhouse al Nnrrow Gap in July. who reached New York first but William Mockabee, who escaped made an erroneous landing. from the county Jnil a few weeks , .... Wf n ..1. ago and afterwards captured, was I m .4 K ussocinieii indicted upon a 6hargc of grand ujress' or foreign mericanization larceny. ers sliirtdd be an immediate effort ofjCongress through legislation, do- -' In circuit court Monday a verdict Qlnrod senator Kenyon. Iowa, Chair-iii- an was rendered for tho plantilT In tho of the Senate Labor Committee, rase of S. C. Hold, Loxinglon, against wTjich iWrned today from an InW. T. Griggs and Son, proprietors vestigation of the stool strike in tho of tho Madison Drug Company of iyUHburtth dislricL Hirhmond. Ileid sold tho store to Assorting that about linir of the liriggs and Son several months ago, sfecj workers are of foreign ,birlh nnd'tho suit grew out of Itoid's con- nnjp'Tannni read, wrile or speak tent ion that a formula book was English, Senator Kenyon said one not included in the sale, which tho of (lie first aims of Congress as a defendants refused to turn over lo result of the commilteo's inquiry him. shoflhl be Americanization legislation. The Senajor declined to disFalmouth. Hiss Tlielnm lllshnp, of cuss other Ideas gained from tho Tour Oaks, mid Denny Miller, of rommitlee investigation, which ho eloped to Covington in mi Avoulit b econtinued in ,1110 Intending to bo married. 'Die :U parent of tlie lirlile learned of their near future, possibly in olhor departure, ami Informed Sheriff Court- strike districts. "Two bills are now pending beney in time for him to telephone to tlie authorities and prevent the wed- fore the noinmlllee. of which I havo ding. the honor to be chairman, dealing with this question. Tho comFlcnilngsburg. In Ilath county near mittee mods this week lo fako them tho Homing county line at Johnson's up, and I eanieslly hope that one or Kerry u well Is being drilled for oil by both of them may be reported out the parties who have contracted to or lie committee anil may be passed drill for tho Flemlngsburg Oil on. Two small streaks .of byiCojmess. bforij adjournment. THfMITJsSibgrer-miesllon-tha- n o'fl have been" reported by the drlllerl; They express confidence In tlie pros (hat of Americanizing this nation pects. of ours. ur . er Oct. it, Duo lo an runlmporlant but Irritating new complication, Prcsidont Wilson Lspeilt n restless and uncomfortablo Ki .. I. ..I I... it., iuy inn ins ciimmiou inuigui was described by Ii is personal physician, Hear Admiral Grayson, ns improved. I Washington, Treaty by tho French Senate was tinaniimous, and after a few formal requirements Franco will he again on a pcaco basis. Tho veteran tho Pcaco statesman, Clemcnccau, has continued inv service until this result has been accompolislipd, and as soon as possible ho expects lo rcllro to privale life and the enjoyment of a rest. well-earned 1 Jtiinftrtlii, jk Italy ratified the Peace Trealy by act of the executive alone, while tho legislative body was not In session. The Italian Constitution makes this possible, but it will have to bo referred to that body later. There fk es not seem lo be any doubt that the action will meet approval. This was practically ensured before the King look that step. Willi the Treaty by Great Britain, France and Italy, Iho war is at an end. The action of tin1 United Stales cannot now defeat the terms of the peace. If the Senate should fail to ratify, Uarln McNob of San Francisco Is a condition of war would still reone of the prominent figures In the main between the' United Slates and Industrial conference at Washington. Germany. This would make necHe belongs to the group representing essary a separato treaty, but no ono tho general public. expects that to happen. ratification of the VyS" ,. Frankfort. Charles W. Bell was appointed ns trustee In bankruptcy of the estate of Noel Hodges who wus running n geneiul country store at the Intersection of the Versailles and Goorgotown pikes, two miles east of tills city. Quite a stock of goods had been accumulated by Mr. Hodges before misfortune overtook him. A couplo from Wilde, Hirhmond. ICy., ton ml to Nerea. While undet go- Chicago, Oct. big steel l (. Military au- thorities at Gary, the homo of the ing repairs at an nuto hospital the car became Ignited mid the body was consumed before the llames were extinguished. An empty goods box wus mounted on what remained of tho car, tho gasoline tank relllled, tho owner clumtored nbonrd and toured home. Covington. Tho O'tlzons' Telephons Company of Kentucky has donated t'Mi to the Kenton County Soldiers' und Sailors' Memorial fund. The donation will bo added to the fund being raised to erect n tablet In the Holmesdato High school grounds In memory of the heroes of this county who dlod In tho service of their coun lluc-tuatm- iis try. go S. M. Jackson return Mt. Sterling. ed from Weewokn, Okla., where h went to bo present at the trial of II ii. Collins, who killed U. M. Jackson In Oklahoma several months ago, It Ii alleged. Collins was sentenced tc servo seven years In tho state prison Judgo William A. Young who asslstei In tho prosecution of tho cuso, also ro turned. CONTENTS PAGE 1. Editorial: Tho Last Balllo with Whisky. Banquet. Kentucky News; U. S. News; World News. CollPgo Nows; PAGE 2. News. PAGE General Story; Kentucky Nows; United Stnlos Soldlors lteplaco Striking Longshoremen. PAGE 4. Local News; Public School . News. PAGE S Local News. Agriculturo; PAGE 0. Mountain Homo Department. PAGE 7. PAGE 8 S. Sr Lesson; Sormon; Dr. Motl'a Address. Eastern Kontucky News. Hickman. Nathan Morris, llrlut near Fulton, member of one of tin wealthiest families In this part of tlx Htate, wus shot to deatli from amhust lu the garage in the reur of Ids homo Morris' body wus found lying on tin HISTORICAL MEETING Tho Annual Meeting of the Ohio floor of tho garage, face downward Valley Historical Association will with a bullet wound In his neck. Hi made an unsuccessful effort to speak ; bo held hero, beginning Thursday but died two hours laler. night and continuing over Saturday. The' Meeting will bring n good Frutikfort. Tho death MMitonco oi many distinguished visitors to BeDalbert Thomas by tho Harlan clrcul roa. The dally programs will have court for tho murder of Deputy Sherlf ltlchurd JoluiMiii wus upheld by tin many good things for thoso interested in tho local history of the appellate court. Thomas had becoim drunk on a mixture of uluo uud cldoi Ohio Valley. und killed tho deputy sheriff, who wui proOn account pf tho Important trying to arrest him. Thomas gram of Friday night, tho General uiiother man, whose name wusklllcl no Faculty Meeting will bo omitted. given In ttio record, und Injured an of All publio sessions will bo held tl cor. in tho Parish Houso. Frankfort, Ky. Tho Court of Ap peals alllrmed tho twenty year sen Natural Barometer. tuuco given Nathaniel Ely, of Bel One of tho simplest of nature's barometer Is a spider's web. When county, for kllHim John It Ice. A ten there Is u prospect of wind or rain year sentence was given Claude Oral the spider shortens the flluments by of HopklnsvIIIe, for killing Drew Boss and a one-yeterm wus given Harr; which Its web is sustained and leaves llule, of Laurel county, for store break It In this state as long as tho weather tug. Is variable. If It elongates Its threudi, (Continued on Pago Thrco) It Is a algu of One, calm weather. mills, announced today (o have the maker of Iho Gibel and oilier bombs which have startled the country in the past year under arrest within a few hours. Secret service men said Ihey knew tho name, habits and manufacturing methods of the individual al who they claimed has mado most of these bombs. They announced also that they had uncovered a plot lo assassinate the Mayor of Gary, disco vercd great stores of dynamite near Gary and traced Iho printing of red circulars to Indianapolis. They said Ihey had arrested the man wiio blew up an entrance of tho Chicago postofllco a year ago. Tho man is alleged to have made tho bomb exploded on the night of June 3 last in the doorway of the homo of A. Milehell Palmer, United Slates Attorney General, at .Washington, anil evidence has been obtained clearing up tlie terrorist bomb plots er May. Day and Juno 2, according to autlioritivo information hero today. Evidence also has been obtained, it was said, that revealed the entiro terrorist organization responsible for the nllempts against the lives of law enforcing olllcials throughout the country who had been in tho arrests and prosecutions of radicals. A radical leader named Ivanoff, now known, it is said, as tho agent who carried tho GImbol bombs from Gary to Now York for transmission through tho mails, is being sought. Ho was last seen in Chicago several weeks ago when ho spoko at an I. W. W. convention. Ho is supposed to have gono East. that Ihey hoped Joe Boyer Wins Auto Race. SharonvIllO, 0. Joe Iloycr, driving Tho young English Prince seems a Frontenac Special, easily won tho World's Series Automobile Sweep- lo be having a good limo in this stakes Itaco, '2'0 miles, with tho Una country. Ho lias been in tlie West nvorngo of 101 .(10 miles an hour, at tho and seeing something of thb Indian Cincinnati Speedway. A remarkable life that still remains. He lias been Tho conditions in Turkey aro arousing intcrcsL A new nationalist movement by the TuVks has Facial Paralysis Suffered By Presi- arisen, under the lead of Muslaplia dent, Says Moses Power Is at Kemal. It seems lo he tho plan to End, He Adds. erect a Turkish slate, independent of all European limitations, in Washington. Senator Oeorge II. to tho Moses, of New Hampshire, Itepubllcan, Asia Minor. Opposition In a letter made public, says: "Presi- movement is centered in Constantident Wilson suffered n cerebral lesion. nople, buti ,somo op (the fortified either during his speech nt I'ueblo or sections aro said to be weakening. immediately thereafter, nnd one of the dlscernable results Is n slight facial A great campaign has been paralysis." He adds thnt tho Presi launched in Great Britain in tlie indent "may live," but snys "he will not terests of the League of Nations. be a material force or factor In mi tional nffnlrs." Tho portion of Sen At the opening meeting, tho Lord ntor Moses' letter which refers to u Mayor of England presided and tho cerebral lesion and the slight facial Primo Minister, Lloyd George, mado paralysis has been Reported 'generally a ringing speech for tho new world In Washington for the Inst week. The order. Ho said tho plan of, the President, It Is said, 1ms suffered from League, as proposed, mado an extime to time wJth n vlolcot twitching cellent basis to start with. Many orbl5ffirir"TIds-'rAvHcliInbus bwn a danger signal to Dr. Cary T. Gray- rotlier"n6lablo rn.cn. were on the plaU" son, bis personal physician, for six form, or look part in the speaking. j curs. He looks upon It as a sign of October 12 was observed in Spain jntense fatigue and alvvnys has jaltud tfie Presidents activities when he de in honor of the discovery of Amertected It. ica by Colilmbus. King Alphonso The twitching appeared during the participated in tlie occasion in tho Westernd trip nnd Or. Grayson order- capital, Madrid. S'pain lias much ed the trip to be ended. Tills contin- reason to glory in the accomplishued for a time after the President returned to Washington, but lately sub- ments of tho early days of dissided to a great extent. It Is said. covery, although most of her coloniMeantime, Dr. Grayson is confining al empiro lias passed from her. Tho whatever he has to say to meager modern Spain is profiting by the t'lilletlns that have been Issued change, for sho has been led lo dethe President's condition. pend moro on herself and her own When Joseph I. Tumulty, secretury to resources. the President, Is approached, ho refers Inquirers to Dr. (5ruyson. Thus fur, Tho S'enate is pursuing a policy SO odil bulletins have been Issued regarding the President's condition, but of delay and is preventing any acseldom, If ever, hits one exceeded two tion being taken on tho Shantung sentences. They hove been of tho amendment. Tli(s is perhaps as unbriefest nature In text nnd character popular a provision of tho Treaty None lias mudo mention of the pulse, as there is, and yet it lias been tempeniture or blood pressure, as Is greatly misrepresented in many of the usual custom. No better example ils features. Wo should not like to of the type of bulletins could bo given lose tho confidence of China, but than the one made public recently: "Thero Is no noticeable change In wo cannot prevent tho Treaty from the President's condition. He hud u becoming effective, and wo could do good night." moro good action with other powers than alone. PRESIDENT SERIOUSLY ILL B. ng after netting ac-ti- vo YANK IS SLAIN BY RUSSIAN . feature of this race was the fact that accepted by several of Indian peooff to n lino start Uoycr ples, and can go home again as lied continued lo the finish without ever Crow of Iho Blackfect. Ho seems to having to run his cur Into tho pit for bo much liked wherever ho goes, tiro trouble or for any other reason, except on ono occasion, to change a and apparently knows how lo get on tire, having picked up a splinter on with people. ono of tho turns. Frequent postponements and threatening weather resultConsiderable attention was paid ed In a small attendance nt tho great to the landing of American marinos rare, but every person present wns an at tho seaport of Trail, in Daima-ti- a, enthusiastic fan, and tho winning cars on tho eastern cost of the Adri and tho exceptional efforts of n few now appears that thoy of tho losers wero cheered throughout atic. It went on shore by request of tho th race. Italian Government, and that their timely arrival prevcnled friotlon beGIRL ARRESTED AS BANDIT tween Italians and Jugo-Slnthat might havb led to an outbreak of New York d Mln war, l,n tho sensitive conditions that Forces Man to Turn Over now exist in that part of Europo. 912, Charge. vs Twenty-Year-Ol- Killing of American Led to Demand From Allies That Slavs Quit Vladivostok. Omsk, Oct. 11. An American sol- dier In Vladivostok was shot and killed recently by a Busslan olllcer, It has been learned here. This and other Incidents led to n demand from tho allied commanders at Vladivostok for tho removal of tho Itusslan troops from that city. A vigorous protest by tho Omsk government, however, led to wlthdruwul of the demand. (Continued on Pago Two) Now Yorlr. Oct. 7. Accused of holding up and fobbing Herbert Boya at the point of a pistol, a twenty-year-olgirl, describing herself as Jeanettc Mulllna. was held In $3,000 ball In a police court hero. Two men charged with aiding her In the robbery were also held. Boyd. It Is charged, wai approached on tho street by tho girl, who ordered him to throw up" bis hands. After tho robbery the vlctlnj set up an outcry, whlfh resulted In the pursuit and capture of the girl and her companions. Twelve dollura wai recovered. d Tho Industrial Confcrenco in Washington has begun ils sittings, and its work will bo followed with the greatest interest. Muoli hinges on its ability to find a solution for the high cot of living, which has been so unsettling to labor conditions. Both capital and labor await its llmlings, and the puollo is a most intorosleij party. Tho personnel of tho conference has been criticized somewhat as not reprebut tho sentative of all intero-itmen an all capable. s , Page Two THE CITIZEN RICHARD October in. 1010. BEREA COLLEGE NEWS Thp piny writing I, 101M. conical clones 'January Those desiring lo enter llils contest should do so nt ,onco. The names of nil rnnleslnnLs must lip handed in id the serrolnry, Miss Woodford, liy Ocloher 20. SUidenls of nil deparlments nro cvo"h longer lieforo a letler from i Invited lo attend llieso meetings. there could come hack lo you. I am j The next mooting of Hip League, will writing Hits short lelfer to let you l;o held Sunday afternoon, October know tlint we nro at. Inst, after j o. nt ,1:30 o'clock, in the Faculty weeks of wailing, about to start on Room, third lloor Lincoln Hall. our long Journey, leaving New York on Thursday, Seplemher 25lh, CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR on n large steamship, which has tho nie Union Church Young Peoples interesting name of "Hlnck Arrow." nhristain Endeavor is 'making splen-- I just wish Hint every one of you ,n, progress this year. There is n could hp with us upon each stage, iV(.ly inleresl. going, and ns a resiilt of this journey, as it is sure to be (it nou?n )3 crowded each Sunday very itilerostniK and crowded wilninigi,( T,c - Executive Commille-ne- w scenes and new noople. If you. i,aj( ,itiined a big program for Hip are inleresled in following our trip, K yraPf an(J jt u , iu, I0,H., you can gel out your maps and nl (,v,.ry OI)0 w(ll co.op,.ra0 irare. us going across uie ""'"" carrying it out. Atlantic, inrougn tun siraigius ot Due to the fact that the forinor Oihrallar, and up !hc sunny Med- president sent his resignation beiterranean lo Naples, Italy. From cause of his absence from Herea. hero another ship will take us niiMlmi iirpsiflniif. Mr fisi'nn finnl- ,.., ,, through the Mediterranean again, r.v, M neyonu urcere, io mat large ciij has had considerable experience iu of larger name, Constantinople. 0. E. work and it is cerlain that Hie Aflcr this our route is not so un Society at Herea will prosper uncertain. We shall probably go by der his leadership. boat up through (lie filack Sca-i- o In order that wc may have more Hat urn, and from here go overland leaders for Christian Endeavor work through the Caucasus Mountains to class in the future, a Sunday-scho- ol Baku, that city of oil wells on the is being conducted by Mr. Christo- xwest shore of the Caspian S'ea 1a 011 ,,ravo. This is our last slop in Europe, and r1"3 class work from this city we shall probably c,u lake a ship across the Caspian Pea "ra 1, 0 8 ,nm". J lo start and run a lo a smaller city will, an unpro- lonvor Society. All w ho are name, - Krasnovodsk, nounceable 3,10,11,1 ' Set in, 1,13 cla3S we will lake the railroad immediately through Turkeslan lo a point just In the prayer-meetilast Sunnorth of Meshed, where we will get stage day night a very lively meeling off and proceed by a sort of was conducted under the leadership coach lo our destination of Miss Gladys Kessler, the lopic wonWouhbi't you enjoy such a derful trip? I am sure that we all being "Hood Citizenship." Next Sun- will, but the most wonderful part 'lay night the meeting will be led Mr. Joe w nson and tno topic will be when we get lo Meshed and ' are ahlo to start our .work yours will be, "Keeping the Pledge.' and mine among Ihe men and wo- Those who do" not go to some other men, boys and girl', who are in Christian organization shoud avail such great need, yes, of another themselves of this wonderful opdoctor, of course, but even more of portunity for exchanging Christian the Oreat Physician, Jesus. And as ideas, and to' share in Ihe devoted they' learn of Christ, they will love worship. W. E Uilbrey, Him and accept Him as their i . Press Committee Saviour. So I am going to ask of you that, GENERAL ITEMS as yoirjoljow our journey through President Frost, accompanied' by theso many lands lo our new home, Meshed, that you think all of tho .Mrs. Frost, have gone lo New S'ork time of the thousands of pepole City. The President al lends a meetthere, who have such a great need ing of the Hoard of Truslecs held in of Christ, ami lo whom we, you at the Yale Club on Tuesday at ten home, and those of us who are go- o'clock. They expect to return ing out, shall try to bring Jhc mes- Friday morning. Miss Anna L. Smith is visiting sage of salvation and joy in Christ, On our journey, I shall try to friends of Ihe Institution in .Ohio. Dr. Raymond filled the pulpit of write anolher letler to you, telling about the diilerent people wo meet, Iho First Presbyterian Church in and tho countries through which Richmond last Sunday in the ab- wo pass. Wo shall bo thinking of.senceof the pastor. you very often, and shall hope that j Tho Academy Mountain Day was you will occasionally think of us, postponed from last Monday on ac-aremember us in your prayers, j count of the rain, that we may be worthy servants of The Vocational and Foundation God, and may do His will at all Schools will have Mountain Day next Monday. times. Chapels on Thursday were someIt will be a great joy to hear from any of you who will write. If you what, of an innovation'. Tho stuhave any special questions lo ask dents were divided by sex into two about the folks there, the way they bodies. Miss Bowersox addressed live, or anything at all, just put il tho young ladies in the Main Chapel in your letter, and as soon as I can and Dr. Haine addressed the young find out I will tell you. Address men in the Tabernacle, your letters to me, caro of Amcri- - Tho prayer-meetiservice will can Presbyterian Mission, Meshed,' bo omitted tonight (Thursday) on account of tho opening of the Ohio Persia. May all of us live very close to Valley Historical Association, which God that He may work through us win hold its meeting in the Parish in tho homeland, and on the Held, House. wherever Ho may have chosen us General Faculty meeting will not to work. be held on Friday evening, so that Very cordially, tho members may attend the session II. A. I,ichlwardt. M. DA of the Ohio Valley Historical As sociation. Students in tho Collego Depart Collego Hospital is fortunate The ment arc invited to attend tho in having, as the third member of meeting of tho Historical Associa its medical staff, Dr. Margaret S. j tion on Frfday night The invita Grant. Tho young women of tho tion is extended to tho citizens of school aro now assured of compeHerea. tent caro by ono of their own sex. Tho Alpha Zeta Literary Society Dr. Grant comes to us from Ft. gave a reception lo their friends, in Wayne, Indiana, whero sho was in their rooms, on Wednesday night, and chargo of the pathological An excellent program was rendered, clinical laboratory at the Sebanon consisting in part of a solo by Miss Hospital. Sho has spent flvo years Edna Healy, a mandolin and guitar in China as- a medical missionary. duet by two of tho young men, and present sho will make her For tho a performance by Mr. MeUger, tho home at tho Log Palaco with Mrs. prestidigitator. Light refreshments Ernberg, whero sho can bo reached wero. served. Tho occasion was one by Collego and town phonos. of great enjoyment to all present. LETTER mOM DOCTOR II. A. LICHTWARDT (Missionary to Moshcri) Now York. Sept, 2.MDI9 (Knrotilo to Moslictl) To IIir fYtemls of Mcsliod: As it will pmbftlily lie several months Imfnrn wo ronrh M called, nml ,nU-Toliarcn H. LONG iB;:arawa:.aaaj!jffl.iww Subdivided to suit the buyers 335 Acres THE R. W. GWINN FARM T", VeryBest Land in Mercer Co. AT AUCTION TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 10 O'CLOCK Long frontage on Danville & Shakertown pike, and also Chatham pike, 1 miles 3 2 mile Burgln, 6 mile Harrodtburg. Right at Shawnee Run Baptiit Church. "Taint no use hollcnV what you haint got." Well, we are "hollerin'." "We've got it." But we are going to tell it to you. Read this advertisement. Look at You will find our statements true. 2 Shak-ertowthe-farn, Illrhnrd II. Lour tins been noml nnti'd hy the Democrats for governor of Massachusetts. NATIONAL The BEST farm and the BEST improved farm offered for tale in Mercer or adjoining couitiei this year r ,,,, LEAGUE CLUB . WINS THE CHAMPIONSHIP1 Reds Rout the Chicago White Sox In the World' Series. Cincinnati inte.-estin- "' Chicago, Oct. 10. The Clnclnnutl Hods are tho new bnsclmll champion if the world. This Is how It happened: At Cincinnati, October 1. M Cincinnati Ituether & Wlngo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0--1 White Box Lowdermllk Clcotte. Wilkinson. Schalk. At Cincinnati, October 2. 0 00J0100Cincinnati Sallee & Ilarlden. 10 0 00 00 02 00- -1 Whlto Sox Williams & Schalk. 3. At Chicago, October 7 0 2010000 '- -3 White Sox Kerr & Schalk. . 1 0 0000000 -0 Cincinnati Klihcr, I.UQiie & Ilarlden. Chicago. October 4. At 2 0 0 0000 0000 White Sox Clcotte & Schalk. 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 02 t Cincinnati 100-60021 Uriels lhingnlow, H rooms, 2 halls, 2 concrete, IMPROVEMENTS: ' A $ 10.000 now concrete lmssini'iit furnace, wnler works, electric lights, beauporelie.. hath room nml toilet, tiful llxluri's. Hardwood Honrs. French doors and window. Unlit in Presses, China CloseU, lltiffel. Hook rnse nnd Refrigerator. Modem ami complete fn every detail. Heautlful Inwn to pife with large shade trees. Thrco largo tobacco barns (22 acres), Helmut hoiisus, 1 new good enough good orchard, everlasting for ordinary resilience. Silo, stock" barns, jKirage, and stock water, concrete troughs; well fenced convenient Held and lots. Land level and genlly'roll-in- g and very fertile; in high state of cultivation. Limestone with red clay subsoil. 175 nc.res in grass, hTO' acres sown lo wheat, 15 acres sown to ryo 85 acres for corn and tobacco next year. No waste land. The owner has taken care of this farm. Ho believes in "Hogging down" com, feeds n.a ii 1 I W I A7 lc,vtl - t 1 several carloads of bogs each year, and every farmer knows what this means in added fertility. What gives value to land? Location, improvement, good iieighborhood, proximity to churches, schools and markets, fertility of soil, fencing, water, and convenient Ileitis, level and easily cultivated. This farm has them all. The question will be asked What is this farm worth? What will it bring? In my opinion it is worth $350.00 the acre, and more. This is something new in ndvorliicmcnts. Tho statement is made iu order lo give you an idea of the vahrihle farm I am olfenng. Hut remember Iho bidders "(Ix the price," and remember Swinebroad "ALWAYS SELLS" without "aprizing" or "boost-ing'- or ." Always a clean sale and a s'U'are denl. "by-bids- ng ( 1 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. 0- An All-Da- y Sale Brass Band Dinner LNftSTER J 1 For further psrticultrs and to show you the farm tee Mr. Gwinn at the farm Hlntc & Wlngo. 3S 0 0000000 0--0 White SOX Williams. Mayer & Schalk. Lynn. t 0 OOOKOOl- -i Cincinnati Eller & Rariden. At Cincinnati, October 7. 0022000000 I 11 Cincinnati i Ruettier, TUng & Ilarlden. 10 2 -4 0 0001J000 White Sox Kerr & Schalk. ' At Cincinnati, October 8. I 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 01 7 Cincinnati Bailee. Fisher, Luque & Wlngo. 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 Orl-JWhite Sox Clcotte & Schalk. At Chicago, October 9. 4 1001 3 01 10 II 1 Cincinnati Eller & Rariden. I 5 10 BIG .0 01000040 Sox White WIIMams, James, Wilkinson & Schalk. C 11 At Chicago, October 6. Swinebroad, the Real Estate Man, Or W. E. Moss, Adv. Mgr. Thirty-eight Bolivar Bond & Son on the Block At the same time Mr. Gwinn will sell the following personal property 9-- 18 2-1 er, and jugs; POO pound steers, black, reds, and roans; 10 large heifers. A number o( sows splendid work mules; 1 Case Traotor with 1 in. plows, double disc harrow, single disc barrow, roller, cultivators, lurning plows, Deermg binder, corn planter, clover seed drill, mowing machine, 3 rakes, Inbacro seller, Hhzzard cutting box, 2 wagons, buggy, full set pipe dies, water tank, pump, COO bales clover hay, a lot of baled straw and a lot of other farm. things usually owned on a flrst-claC ss INDUSTRIAL MEET OPENS AT WASHINGTON $15,000,000 BEER IN SUPREME COURT Ex- This Session of High Tribunal pected to Be One of rNJost Important In History. Secretary Wilson of the Department of Labor Speaks at Opening of Conference. Wnshlneton. Oct. 7. Opening of the military committee voted unanimously AIRCRAFT to recommend nn additional npproprln-tlo- n of $1.(K0.000 for army aircraft Senate Committee at Washington Ap- construction In order that plans of tho proves Plans for Routes to i, air service to establish routes to Alaska and Panama. Alaska and even to Mia, may bo curried out. Washington. Ort. 11The sennte FOR Pan-nnii- ' nd i ' ng ' AVafhlncton, Oct 7. Recause of the announced Intention of. the botciti-men- t to push prosecution of antl-trucases held In abeyance durlnc the war, this session of the supreme court N expected to prove one of the most Important In the history of the trlbunnl Cases pendlnc Include those ORalnit tho ntleRPd anthracite coal trust the United States Steel corporation, thfl Eastman Kodak coranny. the Associated mil Posters nnd Distributors of the United States and Canada, the American Can company, the Quaker Outs compnny and also the Southern Pacific merger. General public Interest attaches to another case before the court that of the right of breweries to continue the manufacture ot beer containing 2.75 per cent of alcohol. Appeals from lower court decrees at Haltlmore and New Orleans already have been filed. Although the court has upheld the constitutionality of tho esplonnce act a large number of appeals are pending In cases growing out' of convictions under that Inw. Industrial conference called ticre hy President Wilson. Secretnry Wilson of the department of lubor told the delegate.- rtpreientlng capital, labor and the public that a splendid opportunity for service to mankind lay be- A road to stnble relationships between capital and lnbortnust.be found, he snld, nddlng that surely fiutcsn Intelligence could devise some acceptable method of adjusting that relation-ship- . President Wilson could not be prevent. Mr. fore them. After cxpresdlng regret that 4 and from there we went to Japan" experiences that mast chaps read of only in the books. NEW BLOCKADE OF GERMANY Action Taken by Supreme Council Because of Refusal of Qoltz to With. draw From Baltic, Provinces. WllFon said the world fnced the most problem It hail dlltlcult peace-tim- e ever had to deal with because of the wastage of war. "The effect of these things has been reflected In the high cost of living," Mr. Wilson continued, "and the consequent demand for higher wage rates to meet the Increasing burden of the family budget. "Yet Increases In the wage rate do not always give relief. The more productive we aro the sooner we will replace the wnstage of wnr, return to normal price levels and abolish the opportunity for prouteer-fng- . Talk about adventures I Men in the Navy come home with the kind of -- - O Anti-Tobac- co LEAGUE Anti-Tobac- co Leaguo moveTho ment iu Herea. headed by tho League, is still going forward. A gi.iup of interested students were present at tho League meeling Sunday, Octolier 12, to hear a lecture on the tobacco question by Proftfcsor Smith. The talk was brief and to tho point. Professor Smith emphasized tho fact that the League has no quarrel with the individual tobacco users, but its pur- poso is to present scientific proof that tho uso of tobacco is an injuri ous and expensive habit. THREE AIRMEN ARE KILLED Olo Paris. Oct. 11. Theilockatleof Germany resulting from the refusal of Generol Von tier Goltr to withdraw his troops from the Unltlc provinces will be put Into effect at once. The supreme council directed the repartitions commlhslon Immediately to put pressure upon German to prevent ruw material from entering the country until tho dispute Involving tho Itultlc disy trict Is settled. A new note to was tentatively approved nnd may he sent to Berlin. Tho council was Informed thut, desplto denials. Von der Goltr bus been receiving Ger-tnunsui-pll- Pilot BoaUwaln and Machinist Instantly When 8eaplan Falls from Prussia. "For that renson we aro all Interested In the maintenance of Industrial peace, but cn" uo no permanent Industrial peace that Is not bused upon Industrial Justice. Surely human Intelligence can devise some acceptable method or adjusting the relationship between employer and employee. 'Upon your shoulders rests a splendid responsibility. Ilcfore you the doors of opportunity are open. If you. In the abundance of your combined wisdom and experience, cau produce an acceptable document of this character, the results of your work will find a place In the hearts of men like the Magna Charta. tho Dill of Illghta, the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of tho United State and the emancipation proclamation." '"-'r- Here's your chance! Uncle Sam has, as you know; big Navy and gives young fellows like you an opportunity to step aboard end "shove off". What will you get out of it? Just this: A chance to rub elbows with foreign folks In strange parts of tbe world. The chance for good honest work on shipboard the kind of work that teaches you something real; the kind of work that puts beef on your shoulders and hair on your chest. You will get 30 care-frevacation days a year, not counting share leave in home or foreign ports. You will have the kind of com. radethip in travel that sailors know. You will have regular pay; over and above your meals, lodg. Ing and your first uniform outfit good stuff all of It. You can join for two year. When you get through you'll be physically and mentally "tuned up" for the rest of your life. You'll be ready through and through for SUCCESS. There's a Recruiting Station right near you. If you don't know where it Is, your Pot master will be glad to tell you. e To amy Fathtr and Mothir t ; 1, wars mnd pUr, mn4 In thm Nrr your bor't land, moral mtllmir mf lookJ ml bf Irtponublm ajpwl. at Pensaeola, Fla. POLES WIN FIGHTF0R DVINSK Carry Between Fortifccatrons Russia and Poland After Hard Battle. Old ft . WILL TRY WORLD FLIGHT Pcnsacola, Fin, Oct 0. Three men wero killed by the fall of a Bcoplane The victim were: In tho hnrbor. Hoy Williams, Rochester, N. Y pilot; Paul Ilelchel. Hamilton, Colo., boat 8a1n, and Charles II. Helbold, Pensa- cola. mochlnlst. Tho machine carried no passenger. All three were killed Instantly. The full of the machine la supposed to have been due to motor trouble. Capt Arthur W. Drown, Who Crossed the Atlantic With Alcock. Will Bo Contestant h Shove off ! -Join the Copenhagen. Oct 7. Polish forces 0t have curried the fortifications Dvlnsk. between old Itutxla and Podays of hard Bghtln land, after two according to Uerlta advices. All the city except a portion south of tlw Uuua river now 1'. held by the Poles, it la said. New Tork. Oct. 10. Capt. Sir Arthur Capt. John Alcock W. Drown, who-wltmade the first nonstop transatlantic flight last June, will compete In the aerial derby around the world, which Is planned for next year, be announced at a luncheon gWeo here In bis honor by the Aero Club of America. U. S .Navy chapter xx. " I RICH, BUT DOESN'T KNOW Sailor's Farm Texas Turns Oil Lake While He's Gone. In IT Into GREEN FANCY k. GEORGE MSL ICUOEON Vv fotfor e "GRAUSTARK," "THE , HOLLOW OF HER HAND," THE A PRINCE OF CRAUSTARK," ETC 8YNOP3IS. K. CHAPTER Ilarnes. weslttiAXfir Yorker, on a walking trip tliroimli New llnirlitnd, I rmiKht In stnrm rnitrn from lilt ileetlnatlon. At n crnssrnn point he meet n mrl In the nmn pHirM While they tlio nn nutmnoMte, ont to meet the nml ll.irnrt I Klven a lift to flrl. irrlws tnvrrn. while the Klrl In Inken on to her destination, which she. tells llurnes I n pi ire rnlleil (Itwn CttAI'TFTl II At the tnvern Rime fall In with n stranded troupe of i lorn, hemlcil by Lyndon HtiMicroft, and becomes Interested In them. UIih-ur- s "ham-tormina' III An the storm ktows, Ilnrnes find himself nurrylnic over the safety of the iilrl. (myelinic over the mountain road nt what he considers dan- speed, lie learn tnat ferou In something of n house of Orrcn mystery. Two mounted men leave the tnvern In a manner which mouse Ilarnes.' curiosity. . meets "Mien Thack. CHAPTKIl IV-- lIe eray," leading lady of the stranded theatrical trouie, who la actinic aa chamber-maiThat nlKht ho Is arnueil hy The brlnprlnc of n. dying man to the tavern, one of the two who had ridden away-e- . hort lime before. They tell of flndlnR the dead lxily of the other man. llolli had been shot. CIiAPTJIIl V The wounded man, rejrt. tered at the tavern aa Andrew Paul, dies, and Unit a la Informed he muat not leave until after the Inquest O'Dowd and Da Kgto, at tlreen Knncy. visit the apparently much myatlfleil over tavern, riel Uia affair. d. 1 CIIAPTHIt advances Itush-cro- tt money suMilent to release the com- from Ita embarrassing position, fany It official barker. Ha vlilla Green laticy. and In the grounds menta Ma acquaintance of the night (lndlns her a girl of aurprltlng beauty. rne e, seem CHAPTER VII-F- he not to t desirous of recognising hiin. and turn away. 0'Iod appears and In apparently friendly fashion earorta llurnca twho fecla he la unwelcome) from tha ground. Thackeray warn CHAITKR VIII-M- Is Harries that a man stopping at the tavern,' ostensibly a book agent had learched baggage In hi uhsence. O'Dowd hi cornea to the- tavern and with llarnea and other Rue over the scene, of the previous shooting IMrnes nlKht' Invited, to dlantr at Gruvit l'aucy. 1 the nrgnnlzntlnn, Including the nevr "Imcker." Hurtles Imtl ilovlpI n very clover plan for Rettlnc Miss Cnmeron nwuy from the tnreru without nttrurtlnR undue nttentlnn. She wni to lenve In one of the automobile t tint ho hntl to convey the plnyors to Crownthile, where they wero to In enso of detention or In"show." k quiry, Mie wns to pose us n youni; womnn who hnd n plure with the company at the Inst moment through his Intlticncc. When the hour rnme for the departure from Hurt's Tnvern he deliberately enpiRed the two secret service men In conversation In the tnprooin. Miss Cnmeron left the house by the rear door nnd was wifely ensconced In Peter's automobile lone before he ahook nnd hands with the dnshed out to Join her. Tommy Gray's car, occupied by the four plnyers, was moving uwny from the door ns he sprang In beside her and slammed the door. Peter's efforts to stny behind Tommy's venerable but surprisingly energetic Oar were the cause of many n gasp mill shudder from the couple who sat behind him In the bounding car. He hud onlers to keep back of Tommy but never to lose sight of his tall light. "Are you there?" he whispered. "Yes. Isn't it Jolly, running nway like this? It must be wonderfully exciting to be a criminal, always dodging und " "Shi Even n limousine may have BtnBe-Htriic- The First Wayfarer Hat One Treaaura Thrutt Upon Him And Forthwith Claim Another. "Whnt are you doing bore?" d innnded Hnrnes, stnrlng. He seized tho man's nnn nnd Inquired cngcrly: "llnvo rnn r?ot the lewels?" "No; but I will have them before Hprouse coolly. morning," replied "Would you be surprised If I were to tell you that bin royal nibs Is hiding Well, he certnJrdy to. In this town? The Hnroness Hedlund hns been here for a week or ten days. She goes by tho name of Mrs. Hnsselweln. I popped down here this afternoon nnd found out that she Is nt the sanatorium, but that sho expects to leave tomorrow morning. I mnilennother trip out there this evening nnd wnlted. About eight o'clock Mr. Hnsselweln strolled up. Ho snt on the veranda with her for Jialf nn hour or so nnd then left. T him. He went to one of the little cottages that belong to the sanatorium. I couldn't .got close enough to henr what they said, but I believe he expects to take her nway In nn automobile early In the morning. It Is n seventy-milride from here to tho Junction where they catch the train for the West. I'm going up now tb Hy iiinke ft cull on Mr. Hnsselweln. the way, what Is the number of your room?" , "Twenty-twon the next floor." "Ootid. Go upstnlrs now and I'll Join you In about ten minutes. I will tap three times on yotir door." "Why should you come to nly room,. Sprouse? We can say all that Is to be e o U. S. SOLDIERS REPLACE STRIKING LONGSHOREMEN said" "If you will look on tho register you will discover that Mr. J. II. 1'rosser finstlnnd, Tex. Somewhero on the Seven Hens KIi Perkins Is by nil odd the rlcheit inun In the United 'Statei naval service. Knowledge of his big fortune has tint yet come to him. His father hns been trying to locate him, but "whnt warship he Is on hns not been lenrnf-dWhen Perkins enlisted in the nnvy more thnn two years ago, he owned n farm of H) acres north of here. The rioll Is poor nnd has nn Intrinsic agricultural value of perhaps .$100. When Perkins entered the navy he left he farm In chargo of his father, with full power to net In all matters connected with It. With the tlrst Indications of nn oil boom the elder Perkins lensed tho fc(J acres for 23 cents nn ncre, retaining for his son the usunl royalty of any oil that might . he produced. When the field began to develop one-haof the royalty wnJ sold for $10,000 ensh, which sum wn? deposited In a local bank to the credit of young Perkins. Now the big thing hns happened. The Sinclnlr Gulf Oil company, which has a leas6 on tho 80 acres, has brought In the largest well upon the tract thnt there Is to be found In nny of the central west Terns Ileitis. It ts producing crude petroleum nt the rate of 10,000 barrels n day, each barrel valued nt $2.25. The present Income of the young mnn Is about $l.ri00 n dny, and with the bringing In of other wells upon the fnnn It mny be Increased several times this sum. He could easily dispose of Ills one-eigh- th lf h Georgo Cntlett river-et- t, son of Mr. anil Mm. it. C. Hverett, of this county, was stunned by n live wire on n telephono polo about fifteen feet from tho ground. The boy fell from the pole nnd struck nn Iron pin, cutting n'deeji gash lu Ids side. He Is bndly bruised and hns n dislocated shoulder as n result of tho fall. eleht-- j ear-ol- Mt. Sterling. Whlteshurg. Progressive farmers BEGIN WORK ON DOCKS WAP. nre urging planting of commercial orDEPARTMENT RUSHES FEDchards In upland mountain soil In HastERAL TROOPS TO HOBOKEN, en! Kentucky wjicre, nccordlng to tests, fruit will do well. Although were almost it (umplf'te fnlluro They Assisted the Ship's Crew In Un- this yenr, the best peach crop In years loading the Big Steamer, While t wits grown. Small fruits, Including Large Crowd of Striking Longshore cherries, grapes, gooseberries ami men Stood By Idly Watching, strawberries do well 111 the mountain counties. """"""" Western Newspaper Union News Service Ashlnnd. Chief ot Police Payne reNew York. Delegates from !S3 loni ceived a telegram from L. C. Smith, of unions, comprising the New York DIs Plkevllle, Ky stilting his boy Joe trlct Council of the Internatlomt Smith, nged 10, had run nway from Longshoremen's Association, decider home and was coming to Ashland and was arrested at the depot. Young to urge brother members now on strike Smith had a small roll of money on to return to work. A muss meetlnt him ami said he was running away to will lie conducted for nitllleutioti oi go to school In Virginia. He was held for his father. rejection of the, proposal. np-pl- es registered here about hnlf nn hour er cot-tng- royalty rights for $3,000,000. cars!" Hut n thousand ears they would have been rendered useless In the stormy racket mnile hy Peter's mufllcr nml tha thunderous roar of the exhaust ns the car got under way. them and Ifthe limousine hnd possessed Sixty miles Iny between Crownilale. Tommy (Jray CHAITKIl IX-i- ria acquaintance cf the etorm I Introduced a Mlaa Cameron, that the distance could be The makeup of tha home party, particu- three hours, even over the larly a man Introduced to him a and the number of menaervanla about tha place, omv,hat aatonUhea lUrnea. CHAPTER X-Cameron Informs him she la a prisoner In the house, appealing to him for aid and binding hlni to aectrcy. In conversation with Uia chauffeur who drive him back to the tavern, Ilarnes becomes convinced there if a conspiracy of moment natohlB-sreeFancy. n guaranteed covered In vile moun- - CHAPTER XI-- At breakfast the supposed book agent Introduces himself aa npruuse, n government secret agent. Hurouse tells llarnea he Is there to watch the party at Oreen Kam-ydescribing them as refugees from a country overrun by the Germans. He asserts that "Miss Cameron" Is a relative of the former ruler of the devastated country and that aha or "Ieb" have with them the crown jewels of enormous Value, which tiprousa would rrcmer. , CIIA1TKII acrees to accompany gprouse on a nocturnal visit to Green fancy. Hprouse with the object of rcurlnc the Jewels, !tTiJ liarne with tha 'hope of rescuing 'MUu Cameron." XU-Ilsr- nes CHAITKR XIII-Th- ey enter the KTOunds In safety, Hprousn overcoming two men evidently on guard. Headline the hnuae, llarnea rends un, by means of a fishing rod carried by Kprouse. a note to "Miss Cameron." Informing her of their Intention to enter the house, tihe tries to dissuade them, but Hprnuae climbs to her room and icoes through It on a quest for the cruMD Jewels and state papers. CH APT Hit XlV-Ilar- nea becomes un-eaat Hprouse' long atmenco and follows him, climbing hy means of the Ivy attached to the wall. While talking to "Miss Cameron" a commotion In tha house warns tlirm that Sp rouse has been detected. Ilarnes. with ' Mlsa Cameron" clinging to him. makes his escape to the ground. He loses his sense of location and they become Inst, finally taking refuge In a small shed. "MWs Cameron" explains how she was decoyed to the house, and was to he married against her will to the man "Ijm'Ii," whom shu reveals aa a prline of the houso to which she belongs. They aro aurprlsed In the darkness by O'Duwd. Jewels, which he thinks the fugitives have In their possession, not knowing of fprnuse's enterprise. Convinced neither "Isn't It Jolly, Running TW?" Away Like CHAPTER wiI demand the "Miss Cameron nor Ilarnes have them, O'Dond puta them on the right road to tno tavern, wnere narnea gives nis com Into the care of Kinion day (V)owd tells Miss Thackeray. Ilarnes flnrouae. whom he diTlbe as an expert burglar. gvt away with the tiranire. after killing before the unnttractlve ixutnls of the a guard In the house. O'Dowd and "Iieb" Grand Palace hotel. An arc lump leave Green Fancy. swinging above the entrance shed u CHAPTER tells "Miss pitiless light upon the dreary. GodforCameron" of Hrrous.'a treachery, unci rhe tells him the whole tnry of Grern saken hostelry with the Ironic name. 1'ancy. The man known us uoeb la her Miss Cameron was warmly concousin, and he Inveigled her to tha house, with the object of possessing himself ot scious of the thrill tlmt hnd come Into tha jewels, which were In her custody. her blood when he carried her up the stnlrs In his powerful nnns, disdaining returns and the offer of assistance from the sudCHAPTER Informs Ilarnes of the Identity of "Mlsa denly Infatunted Tommy Gray. Cameron." Hhe Is of royal blood, he "Keheursal nt eleven sharp," Counttsa Theresa "Letter-perfecXVI-Parnea XVH-O'Dowd a, Mura-Uafond- tain roads. Ten o'clock would find them at the Grand Palace hotel, none the worse for wear, provided (he put It parenthetically) they lived to tell the tnlol The luggage had gone on ahead of them earlier In the day. Soon after ten o'clock they entered the town of Crowntlule nnd drew up ngo. He Is In room .'10. He left n call for live o'clock. Well, grosser Is e name for Ugo. He left the nn hour ngo. Cnme In a Jltneynjr I could have got to him on the way over." Harnes, regardless of consequences, dashed over to Inspect Hie register. Sprouse followed leisurely. g "See!" cried Hnrnes, excitedly, his linger on the name "Miss to Jones." "She's In mom his. Hy gad, Sprouse, do you suppose he knows that she Is here? Would the dog undertake nnythlng " "You may be sure he dosen't know she's here, or you either, for that mnt-te- r. The country's full of Joneses nnd Ilarneses. Go on upstairs. Leave everything to me." Harnes hnd been In his room for twentjr minutes before he heard the tapping on his door, lie opened It nnd Sprouse slid Into the room. The the eloor closed behind him, he threw open his coat and coolly produced a long, shallow metal box, such as one finds In safety vaults. "With my compliments," he said dryly, thrusting the box Into names' hands. "You'll better have We countess check them up and see If they're nil there. I nra not well enough with th? collection to be positive." Tie could Hnmes was speechless. ut this only stnre, amazing man. "My God. Sprouse, have you been In that man's room since I saw you down " "All you have to do Is to keep quiet nnd look Innocent. Stay out of the hall tonight. Don't go near the door of No. :U). Act like n man with brains. I said I would square myself with you and with him, too. Well, I've done, both. Mnybe you think It Is easy to give up this stuff. There Is a dollars' worth of nice little things In that box, small us It Is." "I cannot begjn to thank you enough," said Harnes. "See here, you must allow me to reward you In some way commensurate with your " "Cut that out," said Sprouse darkly. "I'm not so virtuous that I have to be rewarded. I like the game. It's the breath of life to me." "The time will surely como when I can do you n good turn, Sprouse, und you will not And me reluctant." said Parties, lamely. "That's different. If I ever need a frlymlly hand I'll cull on you. It's only fnlr that I should give you a tip, Harnes, Just to put you on your guard. From now on, I'm a free agent. I want to advise you to put that stuff In u safe place. I'll give you two days' start. After that. If I cun get 'em awuy from you, or whoever may have them, I'm going to do It. They will be ' fair plunder from then on. Good pnt-tinhalf-millio- n He solved the breakfast problem by balling downstairs for a waiter and ordering cofTee nnd rolls nnd eggs sent up to his room. Singularly enough the waiter solved tho other and more disturbing problem for him. "Some robbery last night," said that worthy, "Feller up In ono of the cottages at the sanatorium. All beat up, something fierce they say." , "Up In Where?" almost 6houted Harnes, starting up. The man explained where the cottages were situated. "Seems he was to leave by auto early this mornln', nnd they didn't know anything wns wrong till Joe Keep he's driving a car Mr. Norton has for rent till Joe'd been settln' out In front for nearly half an hour. The man's wife was waltln' fer him up nt the main bulltlln' nnd she got so tired waltln' that she" sent one of the clerks down to see whnt was keeping her Well, sir, him and Joe husband. , New York. Tile first action by tin Government ns it result of the long shoremen's strike took plnce when Ir nccordadce with Secretary of Wni Newton D. linker's orders, troops wen sent speedily from Camp Merritt H Holioken to help unload the transport Northern Pacillc, among whose pasM. House nntl sengers were foreign delegate, to the Chamber l Commerce conference. The soldiers turned In with u will. They assHted the ship's crew In tinloadtug the big steamer, while n large crowd of striking longshoremen stood by Idly wntch-InNo demonstration wns made. The milk situation in New York City was slightly better, owing to the Increased facilities afforded In moving the supply due to the light railroad travel on Sunday. The supply, however, was byxiio means normal. IuiWvllie. Dr. George M. Sturgoli, nf Ashland, formerly a second lieutenant of tho medlciit corps nt Camp .aeliury Taylor, has been found guilty, of the theft of ?1(!S worth ot government property nnd sentenced by to four years In tho Atlanta penitentiary, reduced to three nnd one-hayears by reviewing olllcers on account of time spent In the guard house awaiting sentence. court-martial lf Lawrenceburg. Miss Thornton, of this city, was seriously Injured In un automobile accident at Holynke, Mass., ijccordlng to n received here. Together with live other students she was returning to Weilesley College when their automobile wns In collision with n truck. Ail of the young women were taken to a hospital and the driver of the truck was placed under arrest. ills-pat- Alice May couldn't wake the feller, so they climb In an open winder, an' by gosh, Joe says It was terrible. The feller was layln' on the bed, feet an hands tied and gagged, and blood fro id head to foot. He was Inconsclous, Joe says, nn' my God, how his wife took ont Joe says he couldn't stand It, so he snook out, shakln' Ilku a leaf." "Is Is the man dead?" cried Harnes ugnast "Nope I Seem like It's nothing serious: Just beat up, that's all. Terrible cuts on his head nnd " "What time did all this happen?" "Doc Smith Aggers It was long ubout midnight, Judgln' by tho way the blood co'gulated." "Did they get away with much?" "Haven't heard. Seems as though the burglar must ha' been more'n one of 'em, I say wasn't satisfied with Hopklnsvllle. Judge O. II. Hush nt tho opening of circuit court railed t to thellContucky law against Arms or individuals conspiring ROUT NEW YORK REDS together to unjustly POLICE raise prices and' said, "It looks to me like tills law Is Charge Mob of Several Thousands In being violated." He said thdt "peopla Fifth Avenue Many BanJiave no right In order to get rich nnd ners Confiscated. to get rich quick to grind Into powder the consuming class whose Income Is 0. Heads wer New York, Oct. not suillclent tb meet these demands." broken on Fifth nvenue when mounted police charged n mob of several Louisville. Arrest of persons conthousand radicals who attempted to nected with recent dynamiting cases parade without a permit. attending the street car strike In LouisBanners, which bore n number of ville Is expected shortly as the result slognns, were confiscated by of Information now In the hands ot tho wag- detective department. the police nnd hnlf tilled n patrol Relief that on. A number of arrests were made. guilty parties may soon be brought to The police said Hie parade wns or- Justice Is based on developments when ganized by a Russian newspaper pub- seven youths were taken Into custody lished here, entitled Novilnlr; after detectives had located tho cacho of dynamite hidden on tho banks 'of AUTO CENTER the river. GRANT CAMP anti-trus' Drivers for All Seven Army Division to Be Trained at the Illinois Cantonment Camp Grant, III., Oct. 10. Camp Grant hns been designated by the war department ns the automotive training center for the entire United States nrmy, nccordlng to word received here Frankfort In tho case of Paul Kratz against Fannie Latham Slaughter's executor, the appelluto court conAmerican "Ace" Flghta Red. will of Mrs. Slaughter, strued Mobile, Ala., Oct. 11. Paul 'Haer, holding tho that the various charities be leading American "aces." one of the queathed by Mrs. Slaughter Is sustainhas received his discharge from serv- ed In the will. In this particular, caso ice, but has gone to Poland to Join Kratz was endeavoring to purchase a the forces there opposing the bolshevik owned by Mrs. Slaughter In army, relatives here have been In- house Cherokee Road, and tho court held formed. that the executor had the authority to make tho deed. KENTUCKY NEWS Cyuthlana. Drivers, chauffeurs from Washington. and dispatch riders for all the seven regular army divisions will be trained of the brain. here. Louisville. Nell Stovnll, 19, Valley Htatlon, and William Walsh, 23, of were seriously Injured when their car skidded Into n telephono pola on the Eighteenth street road. Roth are In a critical condition at a hospltaL Tho force of the Impact broko the pole In two. Walsh sustained a broken ril .which Is believed to have pierced his lung, and a probable fracture of tho skull, while Stovatl suffered concussion night and good-bfor the present. Stick close to your room till morning nnd then beat It with her for New York. I glvo you two days' start, remember." Hy every ono of you. No guessing. my soul, I the way, Miss don't believe I got your namo?" "Jonrs," suld tho new member, Bhumelessly. Humes went down to the dingy electric lobby. A single, CHAPTER XIX. bulb shed Its feeble light ou the desk, A Trip by Night and a Late Arrival. In front of which stood a tnun regisf, tering under the sleepy eyo of tho Shortly after sundown that tin Itushcroft company evacu- night clerk. ated Hurt's Tuvi'ni. They were Ilarnes was turning away when a by tlio Irritating und, to Mr. familiar voice assailed him. ItUHhcroft, unpurdnnable behavior of Whirling, he looked Into the fuce of two olllclous eentlemen, lately arrived, u man who stood almost at his elbow who Insisted politely but (Irmly on the shurp, Impassive face of Mr. Sp'rouse. prylut; Into the past, present und history of the aeverul members ot nes half-hearte- d cvo-nlnido-layfu-tu- ro vlslta Oreen CHAPTER XVIII-IlarKancy to secure the wardrobe of the countess. He meets Bnrouse, who tells him Loch got away with the jewels after killing the guard and accusing Upruuse ot the murder and robbery. Hushcroft. t, He switched off thei, light suddenly. There wns no sound for many seconds, save the deep breathing of the .two men. Then, with Infinite caution, Sprouse turned thiC knob und opened the door a hnlf Inch or so. He lefr the room so abruptly that Hnrpes never quite got over the weird Impression that he squeezed through that slender crack, and pulled It after html Mhny minutes passed before he turned on tho light. The key of the box was tied to the wire grip. With trembling fingers he Inserted It In the "A lock and opened tho lid. worth of nice little things," Sprouse had snldl Ho did uot close his eyes thnt night. Daybreuk found him lying In bed, with the box under his pillow, a pistol ut.hund, nnd his eyes wide open, lie was lu a graver quandary than .ever. Now thai he had the treasure In bis possession, what was he to do with ... Wind did heavy damage Harrison county. On the farm of Homer Odor, n barn nnd meuthouso were destroyed and tho roof was blown Winchester. The Clark circuit court oft tho house. .V largo quantity of adjourned for Hie September term, Alhay and meat was lost A barn, len I'.ean, 11 years old, was fuuiidVullty full ot tobacco, and n garage on the of theft and sentenced to sis years In farm of Hrent Hayes were destroyed, the reform school. the roof of tjio garage being blown several miles. Ten miles northwest of war- town Garrison's Mill was blown down, Frankfort. Outstanding State rants nt tho close of September leaving only part of tho machinery amounted to $1,071,202.01, of which standing. $SI0,2i:i.l0 wero school warrants. The previous month the warrants totaled CovIngton-"Deportatof all $:i,ccs,7as.i . citizens who have been guilty ot disloyalty to this country In time Georgetown. A silver wound button , wur; elimination of German and C. Coleman, ot of was Issued to Gayle modern foreign languages from re- other Georgetown, through tho Lexington elementary schools andfrom pubcruiting olllce. Coleman fcaw service all print and public speech, except for lic nt St. Mlhiel, Chateau Thierry, the purposo of Americanizing foreign-bor- n ami was wounded In tho Argoune people unacquainted with the offensive. Kngllsh language; none but Americans to direct the work of Americanization Mt. Sterling. An Inspector repre"Some Robbery Last Night" Immcitizens of forelgn-bosenting tlie United States Government igration to bo suspended and all Indefifor an crackln' him over the head. He stuck was In this city Investigating a num- nite period" aro some ot tlio princithe point of knife or something Into ber of the stores to ascertain whether ples enunciated by tho Citizens' Patrihim Just n little way, Joo suys lu or not profiteering Is going on here. Lcuguo of Covington, Just made As yet no report bus been made us to otic more'n a dozen places. What say?" public. I didn't say anything." locul conditions. "I T thought you did Well, If I hear Georgetown.-rlntere- st In proposed Augusta. Wm. Johnson died nt his iluythlng more I'll let you know." county, from the monument to tho Revolutionary dead home at Neave, this Harnes listened nt tho door until he effects of being kicked In tho stomach of the county to lie erected by D. A. 1L. heard tho wnltejr clattering down tho by a horse. Mr. Johnson celebrated Is Increasing. Mora graves uro being stalrwny, and then went swiftly down his 03th birthday Sept. 23. He wua located and In a short time the society the hull to No. 110. Mr. Prosaer was walking behind tho horse, touching the will be uble to glvo nn additional lhtt sleeping Just as soundly nud as re- animal, which kicked him with both of names that Is to be erected as a soundingly as at midnight! memorial to those who fought for Infeet-dependence. "Hy gudl" he muttered, .Everything was as clear as day to him Danville. Frank Vaughtwas awardnow. Holtlng Into his own room, ho Whlteshurg. Six more moonllgli closed the door and stood stockstlll ed $2,500 In his suit against tho Comschools have boen established In Letch I lor muny minutes, iryiug iu ..tA...o monwealth Light, Power und Railway er county, largely In tho Rockhou imiui Company for damages lust winter. Thd ' Creek section w here much luterest I the s.cene In the cottage.. ' Jury was out only tlve mluutes. centered lu efforts to remove lUlteracj (Continued next week) (Continued from pago ono) In Ion Sols-son- s half-olou- -J '.. Pago Four Tlin TUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES E. r. DIzney, Principal rs' CITIZEN October 10, iniO. Berea College Hospital BcM Equipment ' l'rinte Rooms Htht, lilectrlc Serilce. Surgery, Care in Child birth, Eye, Note and Enr Sun-Parlo- unci Senlce M Lowest Cot. Ward for Mfti ml for Women. Come in anil GENERAL PRACTICE visit an rtnbllhmrnt, which l a and In reach of all the people. M ' friend In need, Kumcrt H. CowLicv, Harlan Ditm.kv, M I)., t'liytlelan R.N., Superintendent Mk. Anna Wowkm. Hackktt, Mk. Helrn Stic arn Siiarpr, R.N , AMlMant I)., I'hrolclan CHANGE IN RATES Beginning March l, the rate for board and room of private patient will he $1$ to f 18 per week. The rates for patients cared for In the wards will remain the same $1 per day. By Order of Prudential Committee, Uerea College LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A Mr. Harrv CodditiEton arrived last scicnuiic norsc snocing, uno iron wet for a visit with relatives work and repairs of all descriptions Mrs. Coddington and children have at the College Blacksmith Shop, been Visiting in Berea for sonic Main Street, north of The Citizen time. nd. Ofllcc. Miss Lelia Jane Harris enjoyed a visit from her mother from Rich Best Blacksmithing visitors in Hcrea. Wyalt, a former Berea student, is again principal of the High School in Arcadia, Mich. Box 250 Collections, Rentals, and Real Estate, j.Shc had given up that position to Office at present with Stephen D, .enter Government work during the 121 war. Parrish. On October lith a girl was horn to Mrs. Ora Adams, of Villa Grove, Baker & Logsdon, Dentists Illinois. It has been named ElizaOffice Hours from 8 io 5. beth Wilt, Mother an babe are in Berea, Ky. Robinson Hospital pf Berea. Telephone No. 3. Attomey-at-Law EUGENE MOYNAHAN moml last week. Miss Nora Lee Tho Parent-TeacheAssociation was well attended last Friday. Professor Harris, of Richmond, fnhool superintendent, gave the main address. County Superintendent B. F. Edwards arrived during the meeting and gae n practical talk on problems of our public schools. Earl Bales, our little boy beautiful singer, furnished the music. Superintendent Edwards promises to return some time this year and bring that noted violinist. Tho playground oxhibil by Miss Fairchlld was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Will Jarvls was elected secretary of (he association. Doctor Morris of the Robinson Hospital gave a splendid talk to united chapel Monday morning on, "Mow to Keep Well." Mrs. liaison supplied for Mrs. Muncy, Monday. A few mure new school books havo arrived at Welch's. The community playground meet was broken into by the heavy rain Saturday afternoon, just after hour to open. I,(. us try it again next Saturday 2 to 5 p. m. All town people, old and young, not pupils in public school, are invited. Mrs. Simon Muncy, Misses Elliott. Dclloard and Fairchild motored to Lexington, Tuesday even, Mrs. Eva Walden Fine Millenery Ln dies', Misses' and Child-ren- s' Hats in latest Styles for Fall and Winter Coats.Suits, Dresses, Skirts, Waists, Middy Suits, Corsets, Sweaters, anything and everything ready to wear. UNION CHURCH Dr. Hutchins' topic next Sunday UK), in Union Church morning at will be, "Clu'islnin Heraldry.'' 11 Supporting the Government supporting the government by in the Federal Reserve System, the backbone of the nation's banking organization. This enables us to do our share in assisting the government in handling its financial problems, and to extend to business and industry their proper measure of accommodation. "X7E are membership A Tip. There nre two crent rnrea the human race nnd the hnrM-rnrnrnl if you must het, Iny your wager on Hie liiimnn rnco It l nfor. Jacksonville . (Tin.) Times-Union- Richmond, Ky. ing. Mrs. Dr. Best You enn ilntw your own concltllnn from the fnet Hint there Un't eunuch truth In exNtenee to keep toncue of Have to Piece Out Truth. Berea National Bank ing, Tuesday afternoon, by calling together a few patrons of tho school lunch to can tomatoes for this adjunct, which will open soon after frost. HONOR started the hall iotp coiitnn.tly wngclng. roll- Lyceum Entertainment . Tl Lsemuie- iviaic r mt- - vunrieue ine nil r;it- COLLEGE CHAPEL ROLL A L. & N. TIME TABLE Northbound NOTICE Train Train Train Train Train Train 3:38 a. m. No. 3i No. 3812:50 p. m. No. 32 5:20 p. m. Southbound No. 31 12: SG a. m. No. 3312:25 p. m. No. 37 1:10 p. m. three children, of Glcndalc, came ,to Berea Saturday. Mr. Ralph Osborne, his wife and Ohio, They .were guests at tho home of his father, Mr. T. J. Osborne, where his brother, Dr. Albert Osborne, of Long Beach, California, is visiting. The former returned to his home, Sunday afternoon. The doctor did not, leave until Monday. i Mr. Benjamin Harrison McGuire and Miss Kathryn King, former Berea Collcgo students, were united in marriage on Saturday, Septem ber 13, 1919. They will make their home at Donerail, Kentucky. Mr. Frank M. Lutes and wife, of Bokchilo, Oklahoma, are visiting Mr. W. T. Lutes and others in this community. Most of his life had been spent in Madison, Garrard, and Rockcastlo Counties up years ago, to about twenty-seve- n when he went to tho Southwest. Mr. Lutes speaks highly of Oklahoma. They havo excellent crops there this year, as is usual. Tho best evidence of tho productivity of the oil is seen in the samples of potatoes, pears, etc, which may bo seen at S. E. Welch's Stores. These were grown on Mr. Lutes' farm in Oklahoma. Mrs. C. S Knight was visiting relatives in town last week. Mrs. Hardin Golden spent the first part of the week in Winchester with hor son, George. Work has been started on the erection of a nice dwelling house and on tho corner of Jackson Forest Streets, for Mr. A. B.' Cor-nc- tt. anil Alice Atzenhoe-fe- r, both former College students, now engaged in clerical work in Washington, D. C, have-- been recent Misses-Berth- The College Cooperative Store and Post Olllce were originally established solely for the accommodation and convenience of our great Student body and College workers, and not for the citizens of Berea. While we should be glad to accom modate these our neighbors the same is a physical impossibility with our present large family, whom wo are in duly bound to serve. This notice is placed in the Store and Post Ofllcc and must be rigidly adhered to. Very cordially, H. E. NOTICE Taylor The merchants and others of Berea will please take notice that my houso runs no accounts that we "pay as we go." T. C. Ballow (Berea Hotel) We Sell Hats and Sell Tlem Rigbt Ladies: This week all Eastern Pattern Hats left in stock will be placed on sale at ABSOLUTE COST. Special This Week All Sailors, Pressed Beavers at $4.00, regardless of size or style. All Velvet Sailors at $3.50. New Patterns this week and next week in from Louisville and Cincinnati. Moderate prices but stylish hats. Mrs. Laura Jones Qualitjr Clothes Shoes and Hats J. M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut Street Berea, Kentucky Hr. R. M. Hrame, discoverer of nmentha Sale penetrates tho pores Hrame's Vapomontha Salve, has a of the skin, relieving congestion, at letter from C. C. Wright, Superin- - the same time healing vapors arise tondent of the Wilkes County, N. C, nnd are breathed through tho mouth iMitilic Schools, in which ho says: and n.i.e. l..M-nintho phlegm and -- yc have uod Hrame's Vapomcntha causing the patient to breathe free- gajvo for ncary nn ji,c ills for ly. JLs absolute reliability is cvi- which it is prescribed and havo al- - dencod by dozens of unsolicited Monday Night, October 20, 1919 .ways eeured satisfactory rosults. testimonials. Dramo's Vapomcntha r Tailed Salve will relieve pneumonia, Admission 15 cents. Tickets on, If usel hi lime il lias at the Coop, and both Drug to break up colds, usually the fore- - enza, grippe, plourisy, bronchitis. Stores. Come early if you want a runner or Grippe, imiuonza and; whooping cough, catarrh, asthma, good seat. Pnt'timonia. . . I speak from per- -, tonsllitis, hay fever and inflamma-son- al observation. I believe if this tion of tho skin, preparation is used in limo It will j Vapomcntha is applied extornally, HUNTERS FIND BANK LOOT .prevent the development of pneumo- - and il will not stain the olothes, as nia in every instance, if used ac- - other salvos do. No home should Flty Thotuand Dollar In Llbert Cording to directions." eer be without iL Huy it from Bonds and other Papero Found Haye. These strong statements aro fully your druggist or direct from tho Near Crescent City, III. justilled by the remarkable recov- Sixth Grade Hrame Drug Co., .North Wilkosboro, Lticien Adams. Hayes, William eries that follow. Hrame's Vapo- rt oomlncton. III.. Robert Ledford, Waller Rix. Ray found oppltwl freely X. C. A Miiall boll It nut 3)e; a J.'OTin Ul.crtybon.Kr7.im,'ntha Ssn,,ve, mond Scrivner, Howard Wilder, ties nrnl other nilunble papers In the ovor UC cnpst aml lnroat ani1 ln much larger one, containing six Alia Gaines. Susie Robinson. timber neiir CrwTni City. It hnil been 'sorted m each notnl. Hrame's Vap- - times as much, SI..20- - Adv. Seventh Grade tnken hy n f Mnwfr? from a hank ot Carl Clarkston. Gilbert Roberts, Hint pliiii' rptfinlKT 3. Gabbard, Ruth Johnson, Louis A New Real Howard Pennington, Leeta Dor- thick. Having bought out the Eighth Grade coal business formorly Ethel Combs, Lola Abnoy. ownod by Mr. Hail us High School If you art interested in Wilson, I am preparwl hene Baulle. to serve all his custoReal ICstnte in Rockcastle mers and all new ones, The Fish creative at the same loeation on WE APOLOGIZE County, either buying or ability is seen at its DuiH)t Street. Wo will Lat week the Managing Editor, deliver promptly to all selling forms or. town best in the present under the inspiration of a falling parts of the city. Give shower, wrote a paragraph which modassemblage of v us a call or phone No. 01. property, please see has caused those in charge of the els for street, afterwater supply n great iinconveni-enc- e noon and annoyance. We refer to dress S. tho statement that "anxiety for a wear. Berea Kentucky sufficient supply of water has been CHILDRESS & SMITH removed." Hut tho amount of rainfall proved to bo insufficient to warTheir Dashing Style, Brodhead, Ky. HOMES IN AND AROUND BEREA Headquarters, rant tho statement. Wo trust that their Delightful Air of TOR SALE the patrons of tho water system Smartness, their High will nut aceuso tho authorities of Not as many as thero were, and with-holdiwater when there was higher than they used to bo but Quality of WorkmanF. L MOORE'S plenty, but will lay the hlamit upon Htill cheap. Wo havo somo real ship, their Excellence the Managing Editor for making too bargains in houses and lots in of Material, and their strong a statement. town, and somo farms that will make money for tho man who buys Charm have won them them if ho is not afraid of work. a splendid reputation. RED CROSS ITEMS FOR Come on; get in the game. Our Red Cross Office, in Vocational that a wise investment will Tluilding on Main Street, has been make you moro money than hours First CIum Repairing MODERATE PRICES beautified with now paper and of toil. Those who have property fresh paint. Your Secretary is enfor sale at reasonable prices will AND joying it and her work. do well to list il witli us. A telephone has been Installed, Fine Line of Jewelry and wo hopo to soon havo our typeRespectfully, writer. Good equipment contribute! DEAN & IIERNDON MAIN ST. to good service. BEREA, KY- Wo need more than over our Red FOR SALE Cross Magazino to keep before us Any ono wishing a nico the Red Cross Idea and present new pony, good driver, extra fast, and phases of our work. Subscription safe. Would sell buggy, pony and prico will be 11.00 until January 1 harness. See J. 11. Dallon. after that $1.50. Wo hope to havo We have the most modern machinery, and are prepared to do your thoe many subscriptions during Roll repairing promptly by the most up to date method. NOTICE Call Week. Step In the Red Cross To the Taxpayers Office and give your subscription. Bring Ui Your Old Shoes and Have Them Made New at You are requested and directed Wo are glad some of our soldier REASONABLE PRICES boys are their Govern- to SCO me at my ofllco or my doputy, & Sons Store ment Insurance, and hope to see J. H. Arnctt, at Arnctt Located in the Cornelius Building on Short Street, Hcrea, Kentucky more of them do it. in Herea and give in your tax list Wo wcro pleased to see how the on or beforo October 31. THE RAPID SHOE REPAIRING SHOP BEN II. POWELL head nurse, Miss Miller, at the F. E. Riddle, Manager College Hospital, appreciates her Tax Commissioner Madison Co. ad.-1- 8. Victory Button. ii-' To gel in this roll a pupil must have a majority of E's and nothing below O, and no tardiness or absence. First Grade Ralph firanf, Chester fiaincs, Noel Crue, Ruth Simpson, Laura Todd, Lois Pennington. Patsy Johnson. Second Grade Helta Combs, Gladys HaullaOraco Chasline, Pearl Lyttle. Nannie Grant, Mabel Isaacs, Ulysses Wilder, Carl Williams Everett Huff, Kelly Wag ers, Carlos Muncy, Orvillc Jones. Third Grade lunila Lindsay, Winnie Wynn, Ma rie Cruse, Alleno Hell, Edna Cade. Delafrey Combs, Roy Viars Fourth Grade Geneva Moore. Minnie Lcdford, Maymc McKinney. Fifth Grade Rutli .Hopkins, Ellen Ucs Nellie Hayes. Gladys Wagers, I.u'cy John son, Geneva Jackson, Alpha iCIoyd, Lucille Stephens, Susio Grant, Ora Lee Cornelison, Clarence Rix, Wil- ber Wynn, Willard Combs, Russell Mitt Hilda Buckingham, Pianiitc quintette of Canada's most capa-- i ble musical artists. The company is made up ot all Canadians, resident of Toronto, the musical center of Canada. The repertoire includts selections from the Rrcat oratorios and operas, the choicest ot English, Scotch, and Irish melodies, standard and popular songs. Mr. Hartwcll DeMille has a conti- nental reputation, and is recognized as one ot the most brilliant baritones before the public. All have liad wide experience in concert and Cha-- , tauqua work. The Best Insurance Against Influenza Prominent Educator Believes That Vapomcntha Is A Sure Preventive , New Coal Dealer Estate Firm Fish Millinery and J. Gott ng Jewelry Store Mrs. Jennie B. Fish New Repair Shop Pago Flvo ber from here attended court at Richmond last Monday. -- A large rrowil nllended tho sale at Charlie Blythe's last Wednesday. Hardin Klild bought his farm. Mr Blythc "The moil homt-lik- t and attractive hotel In Kentucky." will go to Indiana soon. Mr. anil Mrs, Will Blanton nnd Miss Laura Bcrca College Management. First Class, Moderate Kates. Duncan wcro the guests of Mr. and For Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists Mr. Oscar Gabbard last, Thursday. Mr. Moore from Bond, Ky, wai On the Dixie Highway visiting his sister, Mrs. John Odcll, last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bennett Fowler were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Baker lat Wednesday. Fanny and Marie Sopor County lo'J. A. Dovino for $250 per aero and 35 acres to Allen Kdclen visited their cousin, O. Ted Gabbard, Saturday and Sunday, Will $210 per aere. A family Newspaper for all thai ! right at Walker Is visiting his daughter, Interesting true, and l.iila, this Week. Contentloui Never Popular. l'ubluhcl try Thurtdajr at Ilrrra. Kf. The wise mnn In Isrntl him truly Coyle Haiti: "A fool's Hps enter Into contenBEREA PUBLISHING CO. Coyle, October 13. Our school (IncArpof Bled) tion," mid the conlfiitlotii fool Is ns WM. C. FHOST, rnmmnn a nul'nnro toilny n lie was commenced last Monday with Mr. Mr. no doulit in the olden ones. Usually Uroolu of Waeo n teacher. Subicrlption Ralet In proportion to their Inck of ncttinl and Mm. John Lamb of Franklin, I'AYAIU.H IS ADVANCE knowledge do such prrnns proatune Miijo, visited Mr. and Mrs. James $!, On. Ymr 8i Month hi to et tht'inaelvra up n illctntors to Gentry last Wednesday night and Ul Thn. Monthi others. nxchnnge. Thin da Little Jesslo Glossip is Frnd monrjr tr or RiprrM Monty in belter. Robert Lake and son, Onltr. Draft. ItraHttrtnl letter, nr on. and two Cftnt l tamps. BANQUET Elgio, went to Cincinnati the first Th. data attar your nam on label Kowi to (Continued rrom Pigs Ont) what data your iubMrrlplinn I. ald. If It U not of last week with a load of cattle. thanr within thrta wrtki attrr miawal notify After tho speaker had concluded, Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmie Cox and daughoa. Mli.inf numWr will Im (lull? tupplM If wa a vote of thanks was extended to ter, Mrs. Paul Vannoredale, of Ohio, ara notiflnl. Advisor, is visiting IJtiaral trmt ttrn to any who obtain n.w siiIh tho County JAgrieultural their son ami brother, arriptioni for in. Any on. Medina; ui four yrarly ulwcrtftlloni ran rffftrr Tha Cltir.n tnm for Mr. Robert F. Spcnce, for arranging Horace Cox of this place. Mr. and ana year. mid conducting the hati(uel, which Mrs. George Bishop went to Berea, AHrrtUlnjpaijnnppUpa had proved such a great success, Friday. George W, Carpenter of Swinebroad, tho Lancaster Salo and to the management of the hotel M wires Creek was the guest of his Wiiard, continues to soil land both for their splendid dinner nnd ser- uncle. Henry Simpson, from Saturptibicly and at prlvalo sales. vice. day till Tuesday. Mrs. John Baker, Mr. f pence responded by expressWhen we see a farm advertised, of Brassflehl, visited lier parents, wo might set tho typo at onco re- ing his great delight and joy that Saturday. Mr. Albert Powell, of so Rogersville, porting a salo, for ho "ALWAYS all had entered into the affair was the guest of Mrs. SELLS." On October 10th ho sold heartily anil that so great a spirit John Glossip, Sunday. at publlo miction for Woods Wal- of fraternity was present. He also Blue Lick ker and Robert Walker tho James sptiko of the Rockcastle Counly Blue Lick, Oct. 13. The windows N. Denny farm, in Garrard County, men being present and of the scries of Heaven opened and ono of tho of . 201 acres, as follows: G4j01 of fairs being conducted in that heaviest and most protracted downacres to J. W. Palmer for $341 per county Ibis week. falls of rain visited (his section last Tho business men tendered a vole week. A cool wave aero and 107.31 acres of unimproved followinp gives land to Thomas Cotton for $111.51 if thanks In the farmers for their indications of early frost. Preparagracious hospitality. They also ex- tions for his unwelcome advent arc por acre, total sale $19,070.39, avor-il- ?r tended an invitation to the farmers in order, Digging sweet potatoes, priro $190.75 an arrc. On tho tltli of OctnlHT he sold for to a banquet to bo given next year. storing squashes and other vegeThe Citizen is delighted to clirnn-irl- e tables in collars and housing the I. II. MrOnk.y 100 acres of land at such events as this. They aro lender (lowers, that they may conHurgin to different parties for in their influence, and tinue to brighten the inside with $ira09li9, and va sold in different trad and brought from $231! to v hope that they may come their beauty and perfume, when the meeting of farmers black days and chilly winds of ?XjI per aero the farm and lot sale as advertised, and on nrrount of the and business men at Boone Tavern winter appear. The public school down-poof rain at the time, last Friday night augurs well for at this place has been suspended Swinebroad just hunrhed the 21 tho future of Berea and vicinity. for several weeks on account of the acios of loU and sold them in one serious illness of Mrs. Lake?, the EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS tract for $351 per acre. teacher's mother. The teacher has (ContlnueiJ lrom Fage Eight) During tho week he also sold been called to her bedside. Uncle privately for G. W. Breeding 12t visiting relatives at this place. Sam Hollinsworth has sold his aoros in Boylo County to Ttios. farm to Lloyd Howell, of Jackson MADISON COUNTY County; and Frank Campbell of this Cotton of Garrard County for $290 Clay Lick per aere Also at private sale for section will movo to Estill County, Clay Lick, Oct. a num near Irvine- ,- The revival at Glades W. fi. Wilkerson his farm in Mercer BOONE TAVERN Correct Styles of Ladies' Garments The Citizen Editnr-ln-Chi- ri.t-offl- B. E. Belue & closed Sunday with only one addition. The rite of hapTism was administered by Bro. Freeman, the regular pastor, at Silver Creek Bridge, at 3 o'clock p.m, Sunday, October 12. Quite a number from Ibis vicinity are planning to attend Ihe Fox Hunters' Association, October 20, at College Hill, Madison County. Tho best trained foxhounds from this section will compete for Hie prizes.--Klm- o Flanory left last week for Detroit. He will accept a clerical position in the aircraft mail service at that place. C. C. Flanery is taking a postgraduate course at Urbana, Illinois, having resigned his agricultural work in Tennessee, for tho time being, Mr. Hudson, accompanied by several from Berea, visited Blue Lick Church, Sunday. The revival at Giades accounts for tho seeming lack of interest in the services at this place. We hope Company Richmond, Kentucky A Bargain in a Farm 65 Acres, 5 miles from Berea. Dixie highway runs right minutes by auto from the best College in Kentucky. House and all buildings. Very good repair. Two good springs, 700 peach trees and 300 apple trees. 20 acres small timber, suitable for any buildings ever needed. Farm is located just over line in Rockcastle County. This is sure to be a bargain for the right person. through it, only 15 C. M. Canfield the work may be renewed, now that all the neighboring churches have jiod their revivals. Let every one come back to their first love, Old ,Blue Lick. Herein lies a great Held for active workers and the solution of the problem is to ,put more personal workers constantly in Hie Held. We are all beings hungering for sympathy and companionship and "a little bit of love;" and it should bo the province of those who love Christ to imparl it freely to benighted souls. So come out and let the next revival be at Blue Lick. Tin's is your high and holy prerogative. Don't slight it. just human ur uite FARM FARM FARM PUBLIC SALE Thursday, October 23, 1919 Promptly at 9:30 O'clock a. m. On the above date I will offer at public sale myfarm lying on the south side of the Wallaceton pike about one mile west of Berea, containing MORE OR LESS 200 ACRES MORE OR LESS MPneNHn Mil Of all the tires that are made, RollConl"Nobt 'Chain' 'Utco' 'Plain' We Vouch for Them exclusive methods. They can go to greater lengths in testing, improving and perfecting the tilings that make good tires. We find it good business to sell United States Tires. And you will find it good business to buy them. They are here- -a tire for every need. facilities, This will be Offered in Three Tracts: Tract No. 1 contains about 155 acres and includes one dwell- ing house, stock barn, and other necessary Tract No. 2 contains about 25 acres and includes a new 2 acre tobacco barn. Tract No. 3 contains about 20 acres which is in good state ' of cultivation. out-building- s.. 1- -2 why do you suppose we prefer to sell United States Tires? the biggest rubber company in the world. And they know how to build good tires. Because they are made by they employ many At the same time I will also offer for sale the following One One One One One 6 cows. One 4 yearling steers. Oae 7 yearling heifers. One 3 calves. One 26 shoats, average about 80 lbs. 1 good brood sow. One d One sled. ewes. 24 two and One wood frame. 6 good ewe lambs. 1 good Hampshire buck. One cream separatee. Possession of the land will be given January 1st, 1920. Terms made known day of Sale 1 2 years old. horse mule 4 years old. horse mule 3 years old. pair horse mules 6 years old. 1-. STOCK pair mare mules 2 1 1 1 They have choice of materials, they have immense FARM IMPLEMENTS Hoosier wheat drill, fertilizer attachment. riding cultivator. twelve disk harrow. turning plow. e turning plow. single shovel plow. double shovel plow. '' two horse wagon 2 set of wagon harness. !" set of plow harness. v hill-sid3-4. -- three-year-ol- United States Tires are Good Tires s Boone Tavern Garage Berea, Kentucky A. F. SCRUGGS, Agent J. Chester Parks , Berea, Kentucky Pago Six T1IK CIT1KN October 10, 1011). MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by'Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investlnator them. Thoy may bo stored In nil HOME GARDEN SUGGESTIONS Tor the Mmo for fall frosts draws' ouldoor pit as described above collnr l,c' ,n',,110 near, the growing season for some heels. In n wiiiioui any cuvriniK m ..I ir vegetables near the end. II ii,hiv iiipntii.. i.. nifiviiii. rmn merely being piled in Hulk. SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, DrieCtor of Home Science RECIPES FOR USINO UP THE LATE TALL VEOETADLES 'Pi upply some or our more commonly used vegetables. Heels, (, ,!,,,. earrnl. irUii i.ntnlnoo. cab- hat:.nnniitn nmi QnNlfv rnmilr a mm plnre In . which. to be kopl, . a temperature just, anovo freezing l . ,nn i,wL Sweet nnLitno. niinin- km and snnnsli will not keen In ..... mm1 n locallon and should bo store,) where the air Is around 50 wm'.T - , (m en nmi Mrmis should harvested shortly beforo the ciMt.n.i freezes. Tons should be re- Door English Academy Course nxv.l. Making care not to cut the ror iuoso wno aro not expocttng to icacn and who are not going f I ntw nnv tinnrnr limn nnn Innti thru Col lego and desire moro general education. It also flvos from tho rools, otherwise bleeding the best general education for those who wish a good start in will lake nlare. Those can bo study and expect to carry it on by themselves. stored very nicely in an outdoor pit. Such a nit Is mado bv nultine a "oner. Door potatoes should bo dug Normal School layer of si raw or leaves on the J"fl,'r frs This gives excellent training for those who expect to teach. Tlu crouml. rhoosinir of course a well ,,tl",r I"''0"' courses are so arranged that vyung pcoplo can teach through tho drained location, and piling these Immediately after tho vines have summer and fall and attond school through the winter and spring, vegetables In a mound on top of hoen frosted, go over the field and oi ine thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. this straw. On the outside of (his "'" ""' "" "t l pile a layer of straw should bo ground, then if tho potatoes cannot ' or lvvo 'hey will placed so that ft will bo 5 to G he '"P for Door Academy Course condition in the inobes thick after it is packed down. "I'11 kt,pP ' is inesiraigniroaa to college hesl training In Mathematics, mis If til weather is not freezing dur- - ground. If frosted vines arc not re-iScience, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tho the nighl. immediately after moved and the potatoes are not dug Academy is now Berea's largest department. pitting theso vegetables, it is much .immediately, a rot travels back through the frozen vines into tho hotter to have them covered only 6th Door College with tho straw for several days.' sweet potato roots and thus destroys "lp crop. In digging and handling mis is me crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard If freezing weather is present the courses in all advanced subjects. stiaw must be covered with 4 to G 'he potatoes bo sure not to bruise f thorn, as dial will result in inobes of dirt. This will be sufll- A Temporary Raise In Board is forced bv war eonitllinn Fnr to furnish protection until,,oca- - Allow the potatoes to dry for twenty-fiv- e , dent years the board remained the very cold weather comes, and at a f''u- hours in the Held and then unusual situation in which has wholo country same in Berea, but the the finds Itself now makes that timo another layer of straw, iP"1 them in a mound pJt, something it impossible for us to live on the same money as we have in the past followed by a second layer of dirt,' sil"ilar ' 'hat used for beets. II is AH students do some work with their hands from six to six It is oflnn ndvU.i- -' uasiraiiie. However, mat at feast a should be added. teen hours a week as Janitors or In tho farm, carpenter shop, printbio to throw some old boards on fool of straw should be placed lop of this mound to help shed the "", bottom of this mound before ing office, laundry, boarding hall, office, etc., and receive pay which potatoes, and they reduces their expense. ram. In "setting vegetables from. Pllin& should also be- covered with a thick pits of this kind in Any young man or young woman can get an education the or straw, borne sort of a shed at Berea if there is the will to do so. dirt and soil is removed slichllv one side of the pit near tho should be put over the heaps -- of PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room- rent bottom and a hole about a foot potatoes, so as to Keep out the ram At "rst let the heap siand, is long by the terra, board by the .half term. Installments are as follows: square is made through to the voce- -, tables. Enough beets, carrols or as tl,p nights are not very cool, with '" Expenses for Boys FIRST AID COLUMN turnips are taken out to last sav- -; nb the straw covering so that the ably. Keep I hem cold and corked VOCATIONAL AND ACADEMY ( potatoes can dry off from the sweat oral days and the hole through the What to Toed Babies FOUNDATION SCHOOLS AND NORMAL COLLCOK until 'feeding time? John F. Smith dirt is then stuffed with straw or,tli(,' ? through immediately after Incidental Fee S 5.00 8 $ 7.00 For feeding warm the milk and hay and the outermost layer of Hrl storing. Then when the nights get Room 'C50 c.50 feed from sterilized botllo or drink050 It is highly important for every ing glass. Tho babo should never is replaced. Because of tho (lim. cooi, cover inc straw witn oartn anu Board, 7 weeks 15.75 15.75 15.75 mothcri to know what to feed her drink milk from a vessel of any cultv of keeping vegetables in a vvlipn co111 weather sets in, add an- Aniount due September 17, 1919 27.25 23.25 29.25 baby. It is just as important to kind that has not been boiled mound after the mound is once" other layer of 'straw and earth, Board, G weeks, duo October 2i 13.50 1350 1350 for sweet potatoes, if we have know how to prepare its food. It is 10 or 15 minutes before using. opened in the winter time, it is ad- -' known that from SOO to 700 out of visable to make several small pits .anything liko a severe winter, it may Tolal for Term All this takes timo and trouble. ... 10.75 $'.!.75 $ 12.75 every 1000 babies dio in infancy Hut baby's health and lire nro at instead of ono large one if any 1)0 necessary to put a mird layer Expenses for Girls great quantity of vegetables is to ' straw ana dirt in order to pro when mothers are not trained to stake, and both are worth taking $ 5.00 $ 6.00 be stored. Beets, turnips and car- -' tfct 'hem from tho cold, as this Incidental Fee I 7.00 feed and take care of them properly. timo ror. 0.50 050 rots may be kept in a cool cellar croP w ill not stand freezing weather, Room 050 When mothers nro trained to do The following diet Is recommendli.00 11.00 this, the average death rate is ed by the National Red Cross for ii.00 in boxes or barrels of moist dirt or Sweet potatoes can be kept very Board, 7 weeks Amount dne September 17, 1910 2550 I nicely in a warm cellar where the 2050 2750 about 30 in 1000. in piles covered with damp soil. child from 12 to 18 months old: A very frequent source" of sick Board, G weeks, due October 29 12.00 12.00 12.00 Parsnips and salify (vegetable ' temperature does not go below 40 First Meal in Morning ness nnd deatli is milk. No baby, oyMer is another name for salisfy) degrees, or near a chimney or fur 1. One to 2 ounces Juice of sweet Total for Term however healthy, sUould ever drink orange, or are not hurt by freezing. Thoy can nace. In these cases, it is much '$3750 $3950 '3850 ounce pineapple juice, milk either from bottle or glass un- or ulp of 0 stewed prunes. This be left in the ground Over winter. better to put tho potatoes in bushel This does not include the fourdollars deposit, nor money for books less it has been pasteurized. This must be given H hour before or Vi or sort but since, cold weatjier makes it! boxes and not is not generally done by mothers. hour nflor milk. often inconvenient to dig them, it ",cm ovr altar they have boon put or laundry. Corner rooms 31.00 moro. and Ihe result is fretful, "colicky" is better to dig at least part of the into storage. A slight shrivelling of 2. Fight ounces milk( pasteuriSpecial Expanses in AddlUoa to Incidental Fee loiinm crop and to store them in a manner t!,c r0ts ts not objectionable. ami. puny babies. It is especially Fall Spring .important thai milk be pasteurized zed) with oither zwichach or Witr similar to beels. Since these vege- - Pumpkins and squash should be Stenography and Typewriting toasted biscuits (not soda biscuits), S13.00 $12.00 $11.00 in warm weather. tables are notwnjimd by freezing removed from tho field before hard Bookkeeping (regular course) or xlale toasted bread. 12.0) 13.00 11.00 Hero is the way to do it. it Is not necessary to go to so much freozcs. Do not bruise or break off Bookkeeping (brief course) Second Meal in Forenoon 0.50 '0.00 550 Put the milk in botlliis or in a trouble in making an outdoor pit! 11,0 stems. SI ere them in a warm Business course for students Milk alone or with stale toasted fi "it jar, cork or cover loosely. bread (whlto bread). collar "lons'ud'p. tho chimney. They as is done for beels; merely a in other departments: covering of dirt without any straw require warm, dry conditions, so fet bottles in vessel containing Third Meal at Noon 9.00 Stenography walcr that rises at least 'hey should not be placed in being sufficient. 1. Six ounces soup or beef, mutTypewriting, with one hour's lo top of bottles. Be certain to have ton or chicken, or 3 ounces beef .Irish potatoes should bo dug damp location G.00 use of instrument 050 550 a picco of wire screen or a coil of Juice, stale- white bread may be F.arly in the morning, after the sohtetime before the ground freezes. Com. Law, Com. Geog, Com. wire in the vessel to keep bottles added. It is belter to leave the lalo crop first frost in the fall, all tho green 1.80 Penmanship, each.. 1.95 1.05 Arith, or frotn touching tho bottom. Cover Fourth Meal Afternoon until tho tops have bden killed by and partly ripened tomatoes should vessel, set on stove and heat to GO gathered from the vines and In no case will special Business Fce3 exceed $1.00 per week. Milk alono or with toasted whlto frost, becauso up to that time the be degrees C, or to 1 15 degrees F. bread. yield is increasing. Potatoes should n,acC(1 in a ccllar Thcsc wiM rincn If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be A thermometer should be used to Fifth Meal Evening not be stored which have, been fro- -' slowly over a period of 3 or 4 weeks, test the temperature. Tho chemical 1. Applo sauce or pruno zen in the ground. All efforts 1,10 cooler the tcmperaturo of the in school tiie full year, by all means they should enter for a course durjelly V, thermometer is the best, When hour beforo milk. should bo mado fo avoid brnislnir' cellar the slower the ripening. An- - ing tho winter and spring terms. The public schools will close about Christmas and the teachers the proper temperature Is rcachpd, 2. Four ounces of gruel mixed ouier snusiawory meinou is w pun Ihe vines loaded with tho unripened and advanced pupils should not bo idlo through the long winter set vessel off and let it remain with 1 ounces of top hair milk. fruits and bang them in tho cellar. months but should be studying in Berea where tho best education can covered for 20 to 30 minutes. Then This should contain toasted wlilto CINCINNATI MARKETS. remove the hollies and set them in bread. Gruel may bo made If you grow your own sweet po be gotten for least money. of cold water , running water prefer-- 1 Hay and Grain. tato slips, it will bo profitable to barley, hominy, farina or rice. Corn No. 2 white Sl.48fTl.49. No. 1 select tho seed sweet potatoes at dig Applicants must brino or send testimonial showing that they art lyellow $1.4701.48, No. 3 yellow $1.4 cj,ltt ijmo ii.t, fall Tiy using ho Birth of Red Cross Idea. above 15 ,years old, in good health and ot flood character. This may bt The sulTorliiK of soldiers Initio Cri residence with olllclal sanction at niost productive hills as a source signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliablt Sued" $1.441.40, white car $1.43 mean war llrnt directed (he world's Chemulpo, the seaport of the capital. 1.45, yellow ear $1.4701.40. of seed potatoes, the yield can be teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. attention to the merit of xystcmntlc Seoul. Even with this foothold In the ' markedly increased. It is not nec- Sound llav Tlmothv mr on. np care for the wounded. In ISM) M. new country, the unwelcome For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, visitors $23Q20.B0. clover mixed $252S. cssary, to save tho largo tomatoes Henri Dunant wns visiting Itnly anil pushed their war hut slowlv Into lover $20030. in the hill for seed in order to se witnessed the carnage of the buttle of MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. pnrtx of the kingdom, and us Oatu No. 2 white 74074 He, No. 3 cure this increase, as small potatoes Solferlno. lie organized volunters other 1807 only a relatively Miiall 'white 73H074c, No. 2 mixed 72140 from high prpducing hills arc Just to help tnke cure of the wounded. Out lute as portion hud been visited by wlilto TBttc, No. 3 mixed 7172&c. of his work crew the conference at as good as tho largo potatoes from WORLD OUND (irneva, lu lS't, und another In ISO I. men. National Geographic Mugazlue. Butter, Eggi and Poultry. tho same hill. 'In saving this seed, These conferences were the formal beIlutteiv-Who- le milk creamery cxtrai discard any bills whoso stems aro ginning of the Red Cross. The name C6c, centralized creumery extra Olc, Ill and Nervous. sod Insignia were adopted. The Amor-loifirsts 01c, seconds 0014c, fancy dalrj bkick near the base or which nro Nurses dislike the season of thunIn the Arctic Circle. black insido of tho stem. Also any Wc. Red Cross wus organized by Clara derstorms. ''We pre not afnild of polatoos' with blackish spots on Ilarton In 1SS1. Krks Kxtra llrsts G7c, firsts 55e, lightning ourselves," a nurso In n them. Storo these in a bag or box firsts 02c. woman'" hnspltnl told mo. "hut It has a harmful effect on the patient. Miwt Live Poultry Fryers, over 2 lb, separate from the rest of tho crop Birds Foretell Weather Change. 20c; broilers, 1 lbs uml over 33c I and do not disturb them any time In cases Swallows are unerring In their In- sick people feur lightning. fowls, 4V4 lbs und over, 21c; under 3H during tho winter. stinct. If they are flying high, then of extreme weakness or nervousness u lbs 20c; roosters 18c. Just as a sanitary measure, It is an umbrella Is not an Immediate ne- dozen flashes of blinding lightning reLive Stock. advisable at tho close of tho garden cessity. Rut If, when they aro In duce the putleut to a stute ot utter Cuttle Shippers $10.50013, butcher season to clean up all tho rubbish search of their food, they skim along prostrntlon." steers, extru $11.25012, good to of tho season's crops, sucli ns cabnt a low altitude, It Is safe to predict choko $ 0.li.'i fi 1 1 , common to fair bage n downfall at no grent period. The stalks, (Id tomatoes old toma-t- o Old Drldae Stood for Centuries. $0010; heifers, extru $11012, Rood Myers, such an gulls and vines, and burn them to prevent, to choice $U.OO0 10.70, common to fslr The new bridge was opened rooks, are well worth attention. They $000; cows extru $0.00010.50, gool to 6omo extent, the dlsea.su and on Augint 1, 1831. are not only weathpr-wlse- , but wise In celebrated old bridge,This repluced the tJ choice $7.W0I..'O. common to fait insect pest next season. built more than common sense. They never venture $5.0007. canners $1.7305.25, stockeri eight centuries before. It had 18 solid and feeders $0011. far from home when bad weather Is stone piers,, with bulky stono arches brewing. Culvrs Kxtru $20021, fair to good w and wus covered from end to end with The CuU of Fashion. $15018, common und lurgu $7011. buildings. Young lady ut'the theuter to friend: On the "Tailor's gst,M at Hogs Selected heavy shippers one end, tho heads of traitors were Wherever American soldiers went during the war and after, tnero a bo United States Korean Treaty. $15, good to choice packers and butch-er- s "What do you think of this play, my $10, medium It was lu ISSi' that the first treaty shown. It was removed on account of $14.00015, stugi drurr "Why, It's, absurd Three went the American Re J Cross. This policy carried KeJ Cross workers to $10.25, common und choice heavy fat months are supposed to pass between fur corners of tho globe and hero they are seen noar tho rim of everlasting with Korea was signed by the United Its obstruction to navigation. sows $12.70, light shippers $14014.20, the first and second acts, and the Icq and snow In North Russia. Automobiles wore usud whenever possible but States, and foreigners took up thejr pic's (110 lbs und less) $12.75. on many Journeys the reindeer pictured here proved most effective. heroine's still got the same hat on I" iwis liirnhw. Solid beads of lalo cabbage may keep until Into winter by pulling (lie beads Willi the rools atlaehel boforo sovoro freezing wealber occurs and placing tlieni upside down on top of II. MHniinl Tim Iahbh filltnp Innvna ...v should be folded closely about each head. The first layer Is generally made nhnnl 3 or heads wide, each plnccd cloeo to the next llPaP one, and as many heads long as de- sired. On top of. this place a sec 011,1 ,wv vvm' "fads alternating between tho roots of the first layer The pile is then covered with dirt Mid straw. For early winter USO bbnge may be put in a cool collar covored with spil. For lalo keeping, method described is much Berea's Vocational Schools money-earnin- g Training that adds to your general education. power, combined with Nursing, Stenography TOR YOUNO MENAgriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commerce and Telegraphy. FOR YOUNO LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, Green Tomato Mlnco Moat Two cups preen tomatoes chopped fine, 1 cup raisin?, I cup chopped cup inenl (conked lenn beef , chopped snot, 3 lablespoonfuls mo and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid Improvement. 3rd Berea's Sul 4th Berea's i'0' P1 5th Berea's Preparatory ng -- Berea "' to mid-wint- ,!'r able-bodi- ed - lasses, Vi cup vinegar, 1 cup brown supar. ',5 rup soup slock or walcr, duMll. I ieaspoonful cinnamon, 1 teaspoon Mixtd Picklo ful cloves, I Ieaspoonful nutmeg. Three hupo heads of cabbage, 1 Mix In tho order given ami simmer quart vinegar, 2 pounds sugar, n minutes. Seal, or use nt once in I tablcspoonful tlOvcs, 1 Inblcspoon-f- ul pios. Applo- - at 7c por pound cost rinnnmnn, I peck green loiim-loe- s. I dozen medium-size- d loo much for use In minee-nieonions, (Jroen lomaloos cost loss than half 2' dozen ruoumbcrs, I dozen green what applies cost, and Ihe mince- pepper. meat mado from them is excellent. Chop cabbngo, tomatoes, onions, cucumber and peppers very fine, Corn Relish mix all togolhor and put tho mlx-tu- ro Ono donon. medium-ear- s In allernato layers, with salt. corn, 1 head cabbage, 3 sweet peppers (red). Let stand over night, squcczo dry, 3 sweet peppors (green), qt. vine- and cover willi cold vinegar. Lot gar. I cup sugar, 2 lablespoonfuls slniNr2l hours and drain dry. Add mutnrd, 1 tablospoonful salt, 1 sugar and spices to vinegar nnd boil lablospoonful celory salt. 5 minutes. Add chopped veirolables. Blanch tho corn by dipping In Allow to stand several hours cook boiling walec for two minutes, then thirty minutes and seal in Kiass in cold walcr for a few seconds. Jars. Cut from cob. add nil other Ingredi-en- ls Chile Sauce and cook one hour. Seal In Ono gallon chopped rino loma air-ligJars. loos, Yt oup chopped whlto onions, cup chopped sweet green nen- Uncooked Tomato Rollsh r.crs, M cup chopped sweet red popOne-ha- lf peck ripo lomaloes, 1 pers, i cup brown sugar, 2 lablo- quarl cider vinegar, 12 peppers spoonrtilj ginger, 1 tablcspoonful (sweet, 0 green, 0 red), 4 medium cinnamon, I tablcspoonful muslard, grated nutmeg, l quart vinegar, sized onions, V, cup chopped cab- bage, 2 teaspoonfuls colcry seed, '" tablosfroorffuls salt. M Ieaspoonful red pepper, 1 tea Chop onions and tomatoes flno, spoonful ground oIoycs, 4 teaspoon Boll nil ingredients except vinegar fuls mustard seed, 5 lablespoonfuls for two hours. Add vinegar and simmer iw Ijour. stir frequently, snltl cup swrar. Scald and peel tomatoes, chop all bottle and seol whllo hot. Inpredionts fine, ndd seasonings nnd mix well. Add vinegar nnd let it stand over night. Pack into steriThe Community Kitchen will lized jars. have Irish slew at Wc per pint and 'ntmml cookies al 12c per dozen, Pepper Relish Sal unlay October JHth. Conlninors Ona dozen sweet green peppors, may be brought when Ihe food is dozen sweet red peppers, 3 largo sent for. at 1 ht onions. Chop theso very flno, covor with boiling wntor nnd lot stand 10 itilnulos; drnlnr cover ngaln wllli boiling water and lot come to a boll. Let sland ngaln. Drain dry, add 3 tablespoonsf.il salt, 2 pints vlncKar. 2 cups flt.gar. Co' k 15 minutes and pack hnl in Jars and process 1G nflnulos. Seal ?nd placo in n dark, J 1 . 1 I two-thir- ds - oat-mc- al. I WITH THE HE AMERICAN RED CROSS an n 1 j e 1 (Holier KV I!' IK. TIIK CITIZliN Pago Seven frlPSOVED UMfORII IKTCRHATIOrtAt Sin Lesson ' (Iijf V It K.TZWATKIt, D. n.. Ttai hrr of l.iulnii Ilible In ti MooJr lllble Institute of t'lumco.) ICoiiyrliM, 11)1 W.ilftn NVwippr Union) ItKV LESSON FOR OCTOBER A 26 LESSON IN TRUST. 14:12-11 MCSflON TKXT-Ms- tt. nOI.DKM TKXT- -I itiln untMUf -- Msrk 17.18-2- l.ftlevsj fvcr-ptrtr- ADDITIONAI. l.iiks I'ltlMAIIV TOI'K'-M- Hp In th tlbrm. JUNIOIt TOI'K'-Jes- us coms to tlx iKflp of lilt dinHplfiL TOI'IC-llf- lp lNTKHMRDlATK whtn moiit nrrileil. AKKIPIl AND ADULT TOPlC-- An Mper. 9 21, MATKIUAU-Mnr- k lilp thou dlsrlplri on the Tlir storm-tossesen nt night Ih n example of (hp MrtiRSllntf followers of Hip I.ord In the (Inrknrs of the present nee, an tliey nre tossed by Hip tempests of the evil onp. I. The Disciples on the Storm-totteSri (vv. 2"J2. 1 They were sent across Hip urn by Christ (v 22). Doubtless Ms rensnn for thin wns to keep thnn from In the movements of thr people to mnkp htm king, for tn John 0:11, 1.1 It Ik fchnnn Hint the people were oo excited by the feeding of thp live llioiiiinil Hint they were nhotit to mnke til in klnj: tiy force. Thouch they were somewlint unwIIHnc to po. It wn mercy for Mm to conMmln them. 1 ChrlM dismissed the multitude (r. 22) Tiln inny he tnken ns typlcnl of his rejection of the nntlon whoi ruler hml nlrendy rejected him. 3. Christ praying alone In the niotm-tnlt- i (r 23). Tumptntlon to earthly honor and power hml come to lilm. therefore he went to the Fnther In prn.ver for relief nnd strength. The need of prnjcr I create! at such times. While hi prn.ver wnn In part fur himself, yet It was for hi disciples. According to Murk he now from the ruountnln top the disciples tolling on the l sen". We nre net-t- r out of hit sight we struggle ngnlnst the slnrm of life, nnil he ever lives to make Intercession for .is. II. Jetut Walking on the. Sea (nr. 0:-IS- . tonn-toioi- 2.V27). 1. It was In the fourth watch of the night (v. 23). Hp did not come to them Immediately, hut waited till almost dawn. It wns, however, the darkest part of the night, and phytl-Cdancer "as grent. hut their perplexity of mind was grenter. Thej knew thnt the Lord hod sent them, but why should they be In such straits If he sent them? A stormy sen Is no evldencs thnt we are not In the appointed w'ay. The disciples' conreta should he to obey the command of the Lord, being nsured that while doing his will he wlU protect them. 2. The disciples alarmed at his coming (v, 20). It whs the coming of their best friend to deliver' them from dancer. lie comes to us today tn such way thnt sometimes we nre affrighted. 3. Jesus' words of comfort and good cheer (v. 27). In the mldtt of their distress they beard the Slitter's words, "He of Rood cheer; It la I, be not' afraid." Thla chanced their fenr Into Joy. III. Peter! Venture and Failure (vv, A soon as Teter recocnlzed the voice of Jesus he cried, "Hid me come to thee on the water." Jesus said, "Come." Peter obeyed, and for u time he wnlked upon the waves without sinking. Ills simple faith linked lilm with divine power and he was upheld: but as soon at he took" hit eyes off his Lord and considered the racing sea he begnn to sink. If we will but keep our eyes on the Lord Instead of the wures we can outride the storms of life When I'eter begnn to sink, he did the sensible thine; he cried to the Lord for help. Jesus reached forth his buud and snvrd lilm. He has never tost one who honestly cried for help. When Jesus entered the ship lie wind ceased. The people worshiped him us the Sou of God. No fclilp cun go down with Jesut on board. Hath Not Where to Lay Hit Head. People ure to be pitied who Imve nu home. John Ilowurd Payne In Purls, homelesH and mUcruble, uttered the uulversul loiiglug of the huuiuu hrurt when In a cold and drenry turret he wrote the words of "Home, Sweet Hume." There are many people In the world who are driven from pillar to post, and who run my of no spot on earth, 'This Is my home." Think of him who hud come from his FhIIiit'h House to this Inhospitable snrth and who ttuld, "The foxe. have holes, nml the birds of the air Imve neU, but the Son of llun hath not where to luy hi head." Sublime Sentiment. "Bcwure," said Lavuter, "of him who hates the htUKb of u child." "I love God und little children," wui the simple yet sublime teiitlment of Itlclt-teMm. SlKourney. r. The Heart of the Believer. heart ot the believer la Uie home of God. The church of the Lord Jesus U his holy temple. He dwells here by hU Holy Spirit, and makes known through the, church, to the principalities und the powers lu the heavenly place, his manifold wisdom, TliU la a superlutlvfe honor. It brings with a supreme obligation. The. On Thing at a Time. The shortest wuy to do muuy thing In to do only one thing at a tliii, CeclL DR. MOTT'S ADDRESS tribulo to tho work of the Army Y. "Wo liavo coino out Inlo n now M. G. A., staling that It was "n rtal tiny, (i ilny of clllzenslilp, nnil wo'll nnd( potent force In the winning of follow our President In Mils grcnt tho wnr and bringing tho army iinilerlnking of renchltiB out to liclp homo as no other army has ever Uie nntlon of Hie world," deelnred Jienri brought homo in tho history to 'lr. Joint It. Molt In his dinner es jif the world." Tliursdny evening nl the Sccl-.ImJ'hllo C. Dix, sialo seerelary of Unlet to tin audience of about .the Y. M. C. A, slnted tho "objec-Hve- s" By RP.V. L. W. GOSNELL live hundred Louisville men, of the campaign to bo put on In the pist tight ratn In Kentucky, fit new oUlcluilcb'is h,n Annum Dcn, Moodr Dibit been E'p) jots nt nn Incrrnsrd cost to )oti l:ispnets ot V5!(..9li (si A In tho Interest of Hie com- - October to sccuro fund for 'lutitutt, CbxAfO 0 yr.ii Tin Is J(3,!)U0U a month or over fl. 4(1)00 even da Inducing Hkiidnys. lug Slate campafpn of the Y. M. C siate, national and Inlcrnnllonal Th tire mntshnrs ,n"Iv routs )ou tnxpayirs twtre as much minVr A. Ills exnression lirouclil n slorni ivnrk. tin until Hint ainrwi St.inlrj is under Wlllson (ItepuMlrnn). In the Agricultural Department Mat ''ohefi's personal tinvellnit nxptnscs for rallioad farts, Pull-m- i wlw MtVluVliSih'i niu.lausP, which gmv Into loud nccdcil for tho Sialo (which is somo rtalirles ns. Joll.ir mrnls, tnxls, etc were 14,1113 00 tor tbree esr (llllTt's department ot fchools ure tlree times what In Continuing, ?0,000 more than the ordinary bud- of his Bon. muni more, iins reconciled. fchcors of enthusiasm. bp snvrd by his llfp, Ana nui i). M..II tlic weic jnder Wlllson ' ItepuUllcnn). we shnll ,... i ,.i,l . l,,K.i i. .1,1.11 i full lii, Luver I'xieusiuns planned; only so, but w nlio joy In nnd through our trd Jenus Chrlft. tiy whom we have ,lho bard work, uneltlshness ' and f 10,000 for the national budget; Increase in Job Holders and Extravagance of Those now rrcPlvnl the ntonrment til. V. Already in Office the Cause of Increased Taxes of President Wilson. 000 for tho International budget, nnd 6.10, It. In his discourse Dr. Molt for Y. M. C. A. training work, I.ridin Democrats sny there Is no hope of lietter things under Oovunor Mack The Idea generally held In Hint c!om Hint every one of the nlllcs making a tolal of $125,000. Each of Junllce Carroll said: "The people wnnt n houee clnnnlni; nt Frank-t- i consists In sinners giv of the United Slates, to the number, tho fourteen The) wnnt to Fee some new men nnd some new fnces in the districts accepted Its ing up their enmi- of twenty, They wnnt to net ltd of the mmes thnt hava oll'.es -jnil depaitmrnts have expressed tho deslro quota. le tm- rnmlll.tr only hernlise of long tenure of ofllce. I again repett ty ngnlnxt (lod, to und the Democrats of tile Mate know It that the olllcrholder ha have the Y. M. 0. A. established!' tiikcii MissKslon of him mil he hns tnken posaesilnn it (hem. There rutlier t linn In Is scarceh a it unty In the Stnle In whl'h thy nre not l.enillnp every (lod lnylng nsldo in their standing armies as a result ' GENERAL SUMMERALL'S TRIBUTE ttfort tt secure his noirlnnllon. IF HE IS GOVtiRNOR THERE CAN. TO JOHN R. MOTT IiIh nnger ngnltiHt of Hit! observation of its workings NOT DE AND WILL NOT BE, ANY BUSINESS REFORMS OR ANY EXPENSES OR CUTTING CUTTING DOWN OF UNNECESSARY .slnnerw. Hut the in the American army, and it only, Tho work of the Y. M. OA. In the OFF OF USELESS OFFICERS OR EMPLOYEES." remains for the United Slates Sen-'w- ar word for "Ilefure he Mills M. Ix)(?nn, former Attjrney General, stldreceived glowing praise from ,overnor the oItlchollers under the present administration hec.ime nnd Its nt be said, to decide thai this flen. Charles P. Summcrall, put a Hns In his nose nnd hnve been IrndlnK htm arounil ever since " cognate point tn will "try the experiment" mandcr of the 1st Division, and now the winning of of runinng the army without it. Ho commander of Democratic Papers Denounce Stanley Administration Camp Taylor, who the pardon of on predicted that it will bo an expert- - 'spoko The Louisville I'oftt (Dem.) said: "The whole state Is clamorlnc at tho luncheon given by tho off en lcI king, ment of for u mm who will 'clean house,' butMr. Illnik lemcs the house as tt short duration, nnd that the state Y. M. C. A. in honor of Dr Is. lie has had a great opportunity and he has fulled slenally anI rnther thnn the before the whole stnte to take advantage ot It. lie Is we speak consent plainly ii ciutlous, timid man, who wants cnVe laittely for th sake of the "Y" work will be resumed on the John II. Molt, General Secretary of of the onVe. I'nder him things would be larRrly ns ihey nre.". u,0 International Commltlco of tho rebel to yield to old basis before a great while. The Toulsvllle Courier Journnl (Dem.) said: "If he Is a strong, hlM klndneM. John It. Moll's address to tho Sialo y. M, C. A. nnd bead of the National man he will set uhout lit once tn cure defects whlcn able and I bbve blemmhed the administration of bis piedrresror. He will make, exnmplo, secretaries of tho Y. M. C. A. at tho War Work Council nt n. v xt n For eepeclal effurt to destroy suspicions and rumors which nre nt largo I Samuel 28:4 banquet luncheon held Thursday in J In Ll to the effect that he has entered Into an nlllam'e or undeistandlnB with , jn tfI0 war adherents by which he Is Senator Hlnnley and the tatter's pcrsc-mi- l riiiuqtines ,nis honor n l ie an, mor urn or t no, u wns l lie General Summcrall's first committed to an unliable attitude toward the Stunley record," kiiIiI of Iuvld: "Wherewith should hu Seelbach Ilolel, and attended by nppearanco as a speaker in Louis-abo- ut reeonclle himself unto lib Muster? KENTUCKY IN THE HOLE ISO men, was one of tho most ville. Should It not be with the bonds of Tho Vnlted Bute Census Bureau nt Washington has Just Issued scours, ever delivcre,, "r am no speakcr. sai(I jrjefcopal these men?" Clenrly, the thought wns' mpressiyo. a report. "Financial Statistics or Stntrs" for 1918 which snys that 3D of the 48 Hlates paid all expenses. Including Interest nnd money for The distinguished Summerall, "but anyone is not thnt Iiuvld would lay nsldo his enable to petmannt Impimements, Kentucky was not one ot the 30. This mity npnlnst Saul, but that ' Dnvld American was introduced by Dr. E.'talk on such a subject as the work I, port nlso sas thnt Illinois, Indiana, Ohio nnd West Virginia nut onlv pnlu rxpenres but were ,t million dollars to the good. Kentucky, or the Southern, of tiro Y. M. C. . Mntlins, president oiild lend Snut to lay aside his enA. in tho war" within a stone's throw of nil of tluni old not even pay expenses. mity UKnlnst him, by turning ngaliibt Baptist Theological Seminary who, ,.' , fionora HlImmraII . on the I'M Ml lies In buttle. in presenting the guest of honor, ,,,. , , , , Gov. Black Is Tied Hand and Foot to Stanley Matthew 5:". I rends: "Leave ra led attention to the many con- Anln, Office Holders If You Want a Change M c A rcn(erC(, am,vsal(1 , b nnd go J splcuous there thy gift before the nltnr positions of leadership sancc. by wny: first be reconciled to thy which Dr. Mott has "occupletf.. uti, i I iMher und then come offer thy clft." Pation of the Among these were head of the Slu- -' v The Idea Is not thnt the man nt the hc eP,c,nd,df years; :ltnr shnll lny nslde his dlfplensure dent VoUinteer Movement for ? !l ivraliixt his brother, Insteud, It Is the head of the organization of the In brother who Ims Foinewhnt ngnlnst lernational Y. M. C. A.; head of the 'ram S? To sPlcndid Is brought War Work Council of the Y. M. C. A. Mm nnd reeonelllntlon ?Jft army and,lho a real ", about when the brother In led to lay an ad of the Edinburgh On-- i 'n winning the war." aside Ids displeasure. France Removes War Bans. fence. "Though a layman, DrJ, So, In v. 10 of our text, where 1'nlil Moll is the ouLlanding religious! Obtain Oil From Eggs. f,r ri,,5 Prcscnt alf J Pnrls. Approval, of the peaco treaty snys: "When we were enrtutcK we The tiirtlo llvlnc In the Orinoco Inyo with Germany by the French Senate li llgure of , day, because the lire J1 ere reeonrlled to (Jod by the death epKs which nre extraonllnnrlly rich In considered ns completing the ratificaof his Son," he enn have In mind only of his spiritual devotion burns so ' A. has known. oil. The Imllnns In British Guiana making tion of tho compact by threo of th enmity ngnlnst strong and so bright in. tho midst fiod'H lnylng nslde of his collect 25.000,000 yearly for of a practical life," concluded Dr. us. oil. The esps of mnny sea birds are great slgnntory 1'ov.ors, and tho treaty as regnrdi Emeralds of the Aztecs. of the lot Is will bocomo effective This Is brought out by the fnct thnt Mullius. excellent entltiR. The-be- st Among the Aztec treasures of Mex- - snli! to be thnt of the "murre," n blnl Franco on tho day after through pubv. 10 Is parallel to v. !), where hc you mat you aro I reminded 0,ier precious stones, which Is very common on the Labrador lication of tho ratifying law In the of bwM speaks of "being Justified by his .dealing wilh a new world- -a shak- -' flclnl Jounml. The stnto of war then Mood." Justification Ih certainly en. quivering world a world in mnny exnulsltely cut emernnis were const. tnvtrtA nr., It la (mm tills fZnfirCA tllflt will be wtllclnlly ended by a docre liod'H netlon nnd we conclude thtit rec' pillars that were deemed ,,, 0,nr,u m formine to It which onciliation, which corret-pondthat Ilnnlly will ltft the .censorship, Optimistic Thought. pillars of strength and were pointed pnrt of the royul collection of Spnn tlm stnto of slego and r In our text. Is nNo (Tod's act loo. Those who traval tead more than tcnnlnnto wur rostrtctions. to with pride, liavo crumbled, to were supposed to hnve come. move the Inemlei of Qed. on life. Agnln, I'nul spenks of our being "en- dust at our feel," said Dr. Mott, af- -' emies." Many hold this Ik to be un- ter n brief preliminary which cx- derstood actively, representing men ns plained that ho had for the past; rhnters of (Jod." Hut we submit It Is tbirty-on- o years been "cruising"! to be understood passively, showing over the world on missions of helpmen to be "tinted of od." TIiIh Is In fulness in forty-si- x countries; thnti accord with the reference, In the preho had visited tho wnr zones of ceding" verse, to "the wrath of Ood," frim which slnuers need to be snved. Kuropc six limes during Hie courso Moreover, such n sense of "enemies" of the world wnr and bnd traveled "These 7.0(10 miles on the eastern front. Is found In Uomiins 11:1!S: (Jews) nre enemies for your snkes; Continuing, the spenker said: "It' but ns touching the election, they nre is nn impoverished world also, for loved for the fathers' NikeH." up to six mouths ago it bnd cost, here, ntiinds""over ugnlnst .."be- over 200 billions of dollars; it is an loved," so Hint It slgnlncs "hated." It will xeeui u hard Miylng to some exhausted world both economically that (ih1 has ever taken such nn at- and vitally, as demonstrated by the titude to men thnt Jie hns needed to 11.000,000 graves that havo been; be reconciled. Hut the following wise tilled because of tho struggle; and' words by Doctor (llfford, a profound ,il is still n sorrowing and suffering lllltlo scholar, are to be well pondered: .world, for in all my six visits to the "It Is no figure but a deep nnd essen- wnr zones I spent much of my timo. tial truth, thnt Cod bates sin; and In the limne-i- . nnd not one that I since sin Is necessurlly personal, the can recall bul bad been visited once, sinner ns such, I. e. m for ns he wil fully IdcntlficM himself with bis sin. Is and often mnny times, by tho darkj tinted of Coil, his enemy. Hut Ood shadow of death." The World Is "On Its NerTes" loves everything hu bus made. He canDr, Mott said that tho pcoploi not love man us it sinner, hut he loves ' 'm us n man, even when he Is n gin- - everywhero impressed him as .being! tier. Human love here olTers a true "on their nerves" and in a stalo of analogy: the more u father loves his irritability, which is productive of; son. the more he hates In htm the criticisnn Ho declared that it is a. This is a part of the V. R. Cook farm on the North side of Danville Street, just drunkard, the llnr or the traitor. Thus timo to live when a loving as his creatures those wonderful Cod, beyond City Limits of Lancaster, Ky., recently purchased by J. W. Smith and Theo. sinners, wholo world is acccssiblo to new whom hu InsTes nn Comparatively speaking, it Curry. They have just finished 2 new hbuses on this property, and on the above date devise means whereby they muy be idea is an unselfish world, too, bo said, brought buck to him." we will subdivide the 42 acres and sell to the High Dollar. Men make much of their laying aside for although it is not so unselfish About 4 acres of land will be sold with each dwelling. The new dwellings just their enmity against Cod. Oh, that as it was n year ago, or two years there might dawn upon us the won- ngo, it is far more unselfish than re finished are two-stor- y each, have 6 rooms, cabinet mantels, large dining room, well der of the fact that Ood, through the the wnr. dentil of his Sou, can consistently lay lighted, good sized kitchen with large pantry, front andback porches; closets in every "I bnd thought that I might sco nslde Ills wrath against hi enemies ( one on two nations plastic, but I room, concrete columns at front porch, new cistern at door; garage; wired for city elec und become reconciled tit them I never thought to sco world Human Side of Reconciliation. trie lights, level yard to pike; large maple shade trees. Very desirable and beautiful Hut now we are ready to emphasize, molten and plastic as is the world homes. You move right into a brand new house. the fuct that there Ih ulso a mnnward .today but it will set, and set bard It appears In in a new mold, and this is tho goldhi.o of reoouclllatjon. We will also sell several building lots on each side of these houses. We have v. 11 of our text, which stilted tbut, en opportunity of an organization subdivided the remainder of the tracts into cow pastures and Baby Farms; 2 to. 10 acre through Christ, "we have now re- .liko tho Y. M. C. A, which can ceived the reconciliation." tracts. On one tract of about 10 acres there is a large, well built render a unique service at this timo tobacco Well muy l'nul sny wo "Joy In Ood" .because of its contact with both when, by our ucceptunce of God's barn. Plenty of water. mercy, the reeonelllntlon Is made mu- capital and labor In tho industrial This will be an absolute sale to the High Dollar, and you can do no better than .unrest. Its forward looking protual! "My Ood Is reconciled. gram in tho development of young to look over this property and buy close to Lancaster "with all the advantages of Schools, His purdonlnir voir 1 har; manhood physically, intellectually, Ha owns nits for Ills child Churches, Banks and the New Tobacco Warehouse. A wide-awak- e progressive town I ran no longer fear: and spiritually, can bo n determining confidence I now draw ntgb. With with cultured and hospitable people. This is the place to make your home in the "Land factor Jn tho molding of tho nations, And "Kather, abba, Father cry." for I liavo lichen thrown with the of Now." leaders of many of tho nations, and Treasured Memories. We possess muny treasures that no nono of them aro suro that thoy longer have an existence anywhere but know tho- - way. Yes, it Is a humble In our memories. The little world, too, for where is tbero a nashow you with Its tangle of wild roses bus tion (oday which boasts that it changed to u paved street, tho old to deal with Its probhomo has given pluce to a tJiop with knows how W. Smith and Theo. see glaring front, the little proup that lems?" ho said. The "Objecive" of the Campaign used to gather at the plauo could Gen. C. 1'. Summerall, commander gather nowhere on earth now, but they ure all still ours. Kew of ua prize us of tho First Division, which as now we should God's great gift of memory, .being In permanent established or reullEO what u means of enrichment quarters at Camp Znchary Taylor, It Is Intended to be. Whether we will was tho first speaker at the lunchW. E. Mass, AdvMtiiiag Manager It or not, wo ivre continually storing It eon program, lie paid a glowing with supplies for our future. Reconciled God IIY TAXES ARE HIGH IN KENTUCKY nd-dr- eli 20-3- Imu! . .v.-.i.- lnln , n.s dis-1,0- 00 1 I it1;. "recon-clllntlo- com-counl- ry I - I I I I I c"nfs'f.lt s"f I f Straight Republican Ticket Vote For Morrow and the I I ? ftor S". '" T.T ", 42 Acres j "Kne-mles- ," Building Lots, Cow Pastures and Baby Farms Just outside of City Limits of Lancaster TWO BRAND NEW DWELLINGS AT AUCTION Saturday, October 25th, 2:30 O'clock Sharp. self-mud- e bo-(fo- 10-ac- re h For further particulars and blue printi and te the Curry, at Lancaster, or J. property Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man, uVr""' Pago Eight TUB CITIZEN October 10, 1010. lots of rain now, and the roads aro denial work dono for tho past week. getting muddy. Tho series of meetKggs aro 10 cents per dozen. ings begun at Fairvlow yesterday, Scovllle Scovlllc, Ocl. "Several people of conducted by tho pastor, Rov. Gooch, OF Rev. Webb of ML Vernon Is expect- this place attended tho annual mooted in this evening lo assist In tho ing at Hoonevlllc, Saturday and meeting. Thomas Mullins and Sunday. A number of folks atpubllthrf unli dinnl In full bjr th writer. The nim No corrwponJrnf family left here for Indiana, whero tended church at Pleasant Grove, nn tTldnct of itwd faith. Writ plainly. puMlcaUon, but it not fr they will make their future home. Monday nlghL Miss Mary Couch, Mr. Shumaker is having some re- of Hazard, was tho guest of Hamp drought Is broken by a down-poJACKSON COUNTY of rain last night. Myrtle I'anbus, pair work done on his bouse. Mr. Ross' family last week-Ez- cklel who Is visiting her parents at pres- and Mrs. J. M. Bailey motored lo Couch and granddaughlcr, Mrs. Nan Housley Fork Houslty Fork. Oct. 13. There was ent, plans to return to her home at Pulaski County last week and visit nie Bell Stacy, and niece, Miss Mary ed Mrs. Bailey's sister, Mrs. Dillard Couch, left Tuesday lo visit rcla a big ra'n fell hore Saturday night Tulsa, Oklahoma, the first of NoMl Sale will take place at the Angus-Lan- d Sundav There has been n ro vember. Mrs. Jones Durham and (.ouoii. Mr. anil Mrs. Brown nr. of lives in Garrard Connl.v Stock Farm, and vival mwling going on here for tho children are visiting her daughter, Paint Lick, visited Iho laltcr's par- - Florenco Malnous returned from the property of A. D. and Walker Bradshaw. en Is, Mr. and Mrs. B. Bcldon. Master Lexington last Thursday, wbcro past two weeks; It closed Sunday Mrs. Halllo Tussey, at present with seven additions lo the church. Hro. Lewis is tilling his regular ap- Hubert Shumaker visited In ML she had spent a week with her sister, Mrs. M. C. Strong. Mrs. This being our second sale wo bavo been made In Iho beef calllo Klta VanWinklc. while returning pointment at Flat Top today, but Vernon from Friday Mil Sunday. Saturday night, very poor attendance on account of J. L. Wynn made a business trip Kitty Willinms, of Nebraska, is have strained several points In business In th past few years and home from church lo Bcrea today. Fred Bailey has visiting at the home of Kreater opportunities aro In reach her sislor, seleetinir the mos HKIIILV-IIRK- I) was thrown out of n buggy and measles anil high water. been visiting relatives in Jackson and sister-in-laMiss and Mrs. outstanding . lot of individuals ever of all who are wise enough lo Invest arm out of Joint at tho . . . , threw her County for iho past week. Mrs. Mary Williams; also tholr sister,1 " in the right sorts. This sale offers ' ' elbow; It is swollen badly but is GARRARD COUNTY 'Ilcky- Hulls, n GOLDEN opportunity for tho Wilson and daughter of Clay County Mrs. Sophia Llaily, Is visiting not hurting much. Gertrude them. Cows, &"wl?n& of0 head, Harmony and IHfers anil every one an breeder, new beginner and (bo farbeen visitim: Mrs. Wilson's Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cox, of near of this place has gone to Harmony. Oct, 1. Jack Stfgall hae F.YH OPBNKIl. The kind that is mer, arrange to attend tho sale and daughter, Mrs. C. D. Eslrldgo. The Chicago, III., who have been visitHamilton. Ohio. The remainder of has sold his farm to Davo Collett, now in the keenest demand from all secure a few of Iheso oholco young whooping cough has about died out ing Ihe latter'? parent tho family arc planning lo go soon. consideration $3,000, and Mr. Stigall Mr. nnd parts of the LAND. You will llnd thliiKi. All (lie popular families aro In Conway. Mrs. Wm. Bond, loft for their homo, Flemon Azblll and family and will move to Mississippi. Granville Mood lines MARVIXOUS. represented Cooksburg in this salo Blaok- Tuesday. Messrs. Roscoe nnd Wil- their Hardin Azbill and Margart Bongo Saylor sold one-ha- lf his interest in Their apes are faultless, Their, bird, Blackcaps. Eneas. Lady Idas, Cooksburp, Oct. 13, The drought lie Thomas Bloom-ingto- n. of Levi took dinner with arc planning on starling lo farm to bis son. John G. Saylor, of condition such as will make Prides of Aberdeen. Oueen Mothers. ha been broken up at last bv a ilieir uncle. J. W. Gates, of Middlctown, 111., the ISth.-K- liza Ohio, consideration Rowland. Monday. your mniilh water lo own a few of, Ileulherblooins. and Brusehill VI o- visiting her mother 31,500. Sam Johnson sold his Knob continued rain. Lots of sorghum is Ohio, has been The Easlorn Star Ladies will to them. Think of the fortunes that lets. being made in this part. C. L. here. Aunt Susie Hale's grave. Sunfarm to Ed. Hoskins for 81.200, and Thomas has been grinding cane for day morning. A Ed. Johnson sold a small placo to Sand Gap few cases of scarArch Allen anil John Owens up on let fever IF YOU ARE NOT IN THE GAME GET BUSY have been reported In this Sand Gap, Oct. in. Wo are hav- John Baker for $300. John G. Say-l- er the creek. A littlo boy at Arch community. Tho young folks en- had lb misfortuno to got one ing a serlps of rains which were AT ONCE AND ATTEND THIS SALE Allen's has scarlet fever D. M. joyed a social at Iho homo of Mr.' very badly needed. People were of his little boys arms broken. He Singleton mado a business trip lo and Mrs. Hamp Ross, grumbling very much altoul the dry was thrown from a horse. Tho ML Vernon Monday. Friday nlghL 1 The crowd and ono nt the here 18 no brecd ot bee' cattle that has such a record all wonther, dust, and scarcity of wator. doctor set the broken limb and the was small at Cavo homo of Mr. and Mrs. Bridgo Church; Dooley, Saturday nipl.t. they will be crumbling about boy's father reports him doing fine.) laronib Next over the world as the ABERDEEN-ANGUS- . Here is wlnt Waller Hyatt and family of Stan- aiso at ttie Holiness Meeting in tho wet weather, mud. and loo much Morris Valley. Sundny, on account CLAYVineUNTY they have done at the INTERNATIONAL LIVE STOCK water. A "great." old world is this. ford. Ky., motored up and were of the rain. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Josh Vino, Oct. 11- -We Olnve Templelon of this place has guests of his brother-in-lahave had plenty EXPOSITION, The Greatest Live Stock Show in the World, 'Allen had n sale Saturday tho 11th. engaged a farm in Garrard County, Jones, last Sunday. Green Cress of rum in iJiis community recent- -' expects to move, in the and family of Rockcastle motored Everything went at a good price. iv Mr. and Mrs. 11: H. Riee spent where ho I'l'liey are planning lo Single S:e.-- r Award at 17 slmus, times. In the parens, an dlhal Is Okla- near future. Mr. and Mrs. Temple-to- n over last Sunday and were guests noma lo make their so to lat week havo futuro home. nchester.!!. with relative at MaGiuiid Championships have Ihe flnnl lel, Aberdeen-Angu- s C. T. Van- are fine citizens and the best of of his brother-in-laC. wn lira mi Championship 10 times " "wo "icm, as mey dwelling about Morcnn has Ins new been won by Aberdeen-Angu- s. Hook -- Several from here went to nolghbors at all times, and their completed T. N. out of 17. Other breeds senrcoly Sovcral of the i.onr aT( P00' neighbors uminv many friends are real sorry for flrnh nrcimr.1. Roberts and J. II. Browning attend- Carload lots of Fat Cnttlu. out of got lo first base. We most earnesthaw soro throats and bad ed Judee L. L. Walker speak in behalf ne'e1'"0" p. tliolr leaving the community; We the annual meetincr at lloone-ill- e 17 shows Aberdcen-Annu- s have ly nnpiest Griffin is makimr sor imi. to attend this salo rolils.S. are glad to bear of the improve- of the Republican State ticket. Inst Friday, Saturday and won 1.1 Championships. and liriutr all your neighbors and ghum for Willis Singleton this Ci.ind ment of Henry Click, who is in a Cris Wyler and James Shaw went Once; Hereford, 3 see Ihfse market TOPPERS sell. week. John R. Alcorn was at Mul Sunday Sorghum making is tho Shorthorns. serious condition at Robinson Hos- over lo .Icffersonville, IniL a few go hero Mrs. Ella Davidson, who lins Station Thursday on busines- spital; Miss Flora ,Durham. who was days ago lo see Cris Wyler, Sr., We are ery sorry to boar of Thad has been very poorly, is reported their father, and fatlier-in-larecently very ill, is out acain For more information and a Catalog, address Drew's storo burning on tho Big hettw Matt Pennington has reSherman Durham, who cut bis log who has cancer oh his foot. The turned from Lnncasier. where he Hill. Wo sympathize with him doctor says the cancer germs arc very badly, is slowly improving, is progressing nicely at has been at work for the past three Wo aro real sorry to learn of the nil killeij. but his foot is badly School weeks. Married, at the bride's Crooked Creek. death of Mrs. J. J. Hamilton, of mutilated. Tho long drought is home, October 2, Mr. Choslor Penbroken at last, and now we have Scaffold Cane. Miss Mary McQueen, nington and Miss Laura Grime.1 ' OWSLEY COUNTY of Wind Cave, is spending an ex- plenty of water. We predict that May their lives b long and happy. Island City tended visit with her cousin, Mrs the next thing will be Jack FrosL Misses Rosa and Bobio Grimos, of Island City, Oct. 8 Thursa, the Burning Springs, Paint Lick E. E. Durham, of this place. Mrs nttonded church Paint Lick. Ocl. 13. Professor daughter of J. A. and Laura Chest- at this place D. J. Durham, accompanied her last Sunday Mrs J Auctioneers M. A. JUDY nut, of Chesfnnlbnreh. Ky. is very husband to Borea, Saturday, to do Long surprised bis friends last week Susan Harris, of Edison, Ohio, is Col. A. W. Curd and Col. Bourne Sale Manager, West Lebanon, InJ. some shopping, and reports a very by getting married. I lie hride is a low with typhoid fever at nresont. (Continued on Pago Five rainy itime. Miss Mary McQueen Miss Dealherage of Richmond The Drs. J. M. Morris Hornsby and Webb ! attending. spent Sunday with Miss Florence young couple have taken rooms with Farmer Sizemoro was Thoro Durham. Tho day was pleasantly Mrs. W. C. Wynn until their new-- hero on business S'aturda spent in fine music, gathering house is completed. Mrs. Long is will be services at Bingham Chapel, chestnuts and viewing the beauti assisting with the school wor- k- Saturday night and Sunday, con ful autumn scenery. Mrs. Martha J. E. Dowden motored thru from ducted by Iho pastor, Noram Sizo- - I Hiatt and children, accompanied Chieago last week and visited his more The report is that the Holy by her brother, Larkin Trent, of mother, Mrs. J. T. Thompson. Miss Rollers will commence their meetIndiana, recently spent an extended Fannio Dowden of Bryantsville, Mr. ing at tho Southern Church, Friday, visit with relatives hero. Little and Mrs. W. C. Haley and son, Wil- October 10 Whisky seems plentiMatilda Florence Clemmons, who liam, and F. B. Dowden, of Berea, ful on the waters of littlo Sexton, was quite ill last week, is some were also guests of their mother, As tho correspondent was en roiito to Cheslnuthurgh, Sunday, he looked better at this writing. Misses Mary Mrs. Thompson, during the week. McQueen and Florence Durham Mrs. A. B. Wynn has just returned on several young men and some took a pleasure ride to Birch Lick, from Colorado Springs, where she older ones under its Influence. If A part of the famous Camp Dick Robinson land, on Lexington pike, attended the burial of her brother, the good people of our State say Friday afternoon.. who lived at that place. for tho Slato lo not dabble In tho Clover Bottom Garrard County, 6 miles from Lancaster and 8 miles from Danrille. stuff, when its laws are violated, the Clover Bottom, Oct. IS, There ROCKCASTLE COUNTY offenders should bo punished. Wo was a pio supper at CaVo Spring Disputants hopo our officers who havo the last Saturday night. Mrs. Brown Dispulanla, Ocl. 13 Thcro was a power will sco that the law Is exFanner and children of McKeo wero visiting Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Mays box supper at the Clear Creek ecuted A baby girl came to tho k, last week. Misses Zella Dean and Church house last Friday night. house of Ambrose and Emma recently; its name I3 Virgie; Fairy Hayes have been back home The proceeds amounted to $10.50. The littlo Infant of Jacob Ramcy also at tho home of Robert for a few days from school at a girl named May Wo were at the home of the died last week and was buried In Long, level frontage on pike. 'Subdivided into small farms, improved and lride, October 2nd, Miss Gracic tho Wilt Cemetery Mrs. Amelia blessed with a good shower Sunday unimproved tracts. Hurly to Juno Robinson. Their rosier ana children, or Hunting-frien- ds evening which slarlcd tho creeks to ton, Va, spent last week with her flowing again and probably will prewish them much joy and bungalow, 2 porches, basement, 2 cisterns, story successJohn Witt and wife wero J sister, Mrs. R. T. Abncy, at this vent further spread of disease. IMPROVEMENTS: Ono and one-ha- lf place-Mar- ried, last week, Dewey John D. Ray, our merchant, bought visiting at Richmond last week new garago for 2 cars. Young orchard and all kinds of fruit. dairy bouse, and a team of mules a few days ago L. C. Templcton and son have been Ballinger lo Virgio McCrakcn tobacco Stock barn, 5 box stalls; 150 bbl. corn crib, wagon shed, buggy shed and cow stable; visiting bis daughter, Mrs. Maude John Payne, Sr., of Cohnar, Bell from G. W. Tincher for $300 R. J. pools and well, tenant house. Cistern 18x18 at tobacco barn, watered by springs, barn, Lunsford Edd Gabbard and wife, County, was visiting bis nephow, Bowman, the lapidary, has gono to concrete slock troughs. of McKee, spent Friday night at O. M. Payne, hero last week. Mr. Oneida this week on business, conWm. Hurst's. John, Joe, and Jcssio and Mrs. Tom Barrclt are tho proud templating on entering school at Land lovel and very fertile. Everybody knows what "Camp Diok" land Is. No other farms in Smith wore at homo last week from parents or a baby girl Dr. G. T. that placo, in order lo resumo his that section can bo purchased. Tho best section in Garrard County. Good neighborhood. ConveBcrea. wbcro they arc in school-- Miss Payne sold lo John Reese a nice pair studies II. II. Bowman of Sexton nient to schools, oburches, and markets; 2 miles from Bryantsville, that growing villago with its Delia Cuninsham is visiting of mules. Don Shearer, who Is Creek is erecting n magnificent working at Richmond, visited his building costing near 81,000. Mr. bank, good business house; 1 mile from Baptist Church, 1 milo from Christian Church, 2 miles her sister, Mrs. Earnest Hayes SliTrd, Robert, and Nannio Witt father, Saturday and Sunday. A. T.' Bowman will bo at homo when he from Methodist Church. Adjoins tho Roborl Rankin farm and the Ed. Perkins Farm. All In grass, Abncy has purchased a house and gols his house finished, spent Saturday at George Miller's. except 20 acres corn and 5 acres tobacco, now sown to rye. Land well fenced. 1 lot on Depot Street In Bcrea. Hoj Carico Earnestvllle Carico, OcL 1215. D. .Roberts, oxpecls to move there soon Miss Earncslvillo, Oct. 13 Mrs. Jano who bad typhoid fever, is improv- Angelino Payno Is visiting .her, Gabbard is very sick now. Tlioy ing Thero is a tide in tho river brother at Conway this week :tllnk lt i3 pneumonia Tilford today Born to Mrs. Dan Fanlius, Deputy Slieriff W. W. Anglin of MLjcrwYh's children, who havo had and my contract with Mr. Gosnoy is lo sell absolutely to the "highest bidder" without any reservagirl, tho 20th of Sep- Vornon was hero Saturday Miss typhoid fever, aro slowly rccover-Nann- lo a tion as to price or any limit. It's up and selling to tho "High Dollar" from tho tlmo of tho first Swinford, who fell olf thoim.. Hazel and Carrio can still tember. It has been named Lucinda bid until Bolivar Bond says "Sold." Francos. Babo anil mother aro do porch and hurt her arm, Is getting sUr around a littlo. Mrs. Thomas ing fine-M- organ Himes' family along nicely Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Marcum Look over this farm bororo salo day. Don't miss this opportunity. Remcmbor, I don't offer a this lire Thurs-B- a Ird of Middlctown, Ohio, spent (Jayi an(, was ,)Urle(1 ln tho Bov!man aro down with measles E. D. Rob farm unless I know it will appeal to tho buyers. We sell to suit tho purchasers. You oan buy a oris and wlfo aro planning to go last week with her parents, Mr. and .raveyar(i Frl(lay Sho ,caV03 a small tract and it will ho so divided you can get Just tho size farm you want. to Tulsa, Oklahoma, shortly, to Mrs. Hardin Moore, or Climax. ,llsl)an(1 anU clll(lrcn lo moUrn mako their home Pooplo aro all I ,Co"wafir her loss. Ellis Brandenburg, who Will sell on easy terms and deferred payments at only 5 per cent interest aro having about dono making sorghum Tho Conway, Oct. 13- -Wo ,)em working at Crosmont his hand hurt by a log rolling ovor 1, it. Ho will loso his front finger Leo Gabbard, Ellis Bowman, Messrs. and Melvln Jackson went to HamAt the same time Mr. Gosney will sell a lot of stock, farming implements, etc. . ilton, Ohio, Monday, to work. James M inter has returned from Hamilton, For furthur particulars and to show you the farm see Mr. Gosney at the farm, or Ohio-- Mrs. Wm. Gabbard's relatives from Hamilton, Ohio, wero LANCASTER visiting her last week Mrs. Harry Returns to its before-the-wa- r KY. gavo tho young folks a Beokncll high standard of quality danoo Saturday night. Mrs. Agnes or W, E. Moss, Adv. Mgr. Creech Is sick at this writing. Wm. Gabbard Is having somo additional DINNER ON THE GROUND work dono on his dwelling. Chester A Gabbard has been having somo East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else ur Extraordinary Offering Aberdeen-Angu- s Cattle Wednesday, Qc 22, Lancaster, Ky. w, Ab-ra- y''' .a dec-ora- w, w. w, Bradshaw Brothers Lancaster, Ky. 140 ACRES THE N. J. GOSNEY FARM ! AT AUCTION Car-mac- WEDNESDAY, OCT. 22, 10.00 O'CLOCK Remember Swinebroad always sells flvo-pou- nd ; ,,, Possession January 1920 No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man Once Tried Always Used