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Fio i$ The citizen DVotRd to tlie Interests of the People - CoTorLtgiizi Knowledge Is Power and llio way to keep up with modern Knowledgo Is lo read a good Newspaper. Cents Par Copy. BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, OCTOM.K 23, I0IU. Ono Dollar and Fifty Cents Per Year No. 17. A Warning Against Over-Confiden- ce Kentucky News Matt e. U. S. News KENNETH ROMNEY World News The Industrial Conference In. Washington has not hcen meeting the expectation of Ihe people, and has seemed nt limes on Ihe point of breaking up. President Wilson, sick tho he is, ha? nrndo It clear that he expects results to ho attained. If (ho present confcrcnco does not succeed, he promises lo appoint new men. Rntillcation or Ihe Peace Treaty still delayed by a process of obstruction. It Is bollovcd, however, thai aclion is near at hand and that none of the amendments will be passed. Friends of tho trealy Ihey have n safo mnjority of Ihe Senalors and will soon vcnluro lo try their strength. It i3 thot that final acliotj will eome rapidly. Is bo-lie- vo The question of Prohibition will come before the voters of the State of Kentucky on November 4th. An amendment to the constitution needs the sanction of the citizens of the State. The peril to its passage lies in of those who favor it. There is noththe ing sure that it will pass or be lost until the votes are counted. Every voter who is a friend of temperance should go to the polls and cast his ballot in favor of it. Though the great majority in your section may lnvor.it ; your vote is needed to offset the ote in those sections where sentiment may be strong against it. It will not be sufficient to have a majority merely ; an overwhelming majority is needed so that those who might be inclined to disregard it will be alraid to engage in any business made illegal by it, knowing that the citizens of Kentucky stand strongly against them. Do not be deceived, the liquor interests are not asleep ; and tho they are not giving any publicity to their plans we may be sure that they are at work for the defeat of the amendment. Let every good citizen get busy, stir up interest, aud if you have a vote go to the polls, call for the separate ballot and vote " Yes" to the amendment. over-confiden- Washington, Ocl. 20. President Wilson's digestlvo disturbance has Viiughn, of (lis reed with the minder ftuhsidedalnirist completely nnd be of Ilurr Dean In WW, wild found not is comfortable today afler a fairly entity. During nn nllernillon Vaughn good niRjjt, bU physicians today lilt over the head Willi n stick. Dt-ii, Richmond. Mis. Robert Hill, of Mlneolii, N. Y., Oct. 18 (Associated Doylesvllle, fell 011 (lie street nnd fractured her right iirm. She was carrying PressWleuf. Helviii W. Maynard, m Imlie In her iirniM, htit luridly It viclof Jiullie army' air race across without Injury. Mrs. Hill was the continent and return, Ihe greattnkeii nt oliec to the OHeum hnpltnl. est. nvlaUfm endurance lesl of history, fiani let I here at :50 p.m. Itlrlimiiiiil, In the Madison quarter-l- y court, IjiIii! lYndletim entered plea Wnshlnglon, Oct. 18. (Associated of guilty to n warrant charging him Pressjji-Permanenl railroad legis- with mrrylnc roiiraileil weapon. He y, was lined fW nnd given ten davit In lalioiVwas advanced a slep 1 11 , J.i II. the Interstate Commerce Comm took to nrifiulitle (inliher Ingram, who wm kiwii iwo j.miih ror malicious snoot- ,., inn 11, mh- - ji-i- t nil Knuid hirvenr; Clarence Jenkins, one i'l'"r for grand laicpny. Danville. Sheriff Karris Completing work on Its bill providing for return of Ihe rail rondj tonirivato ownership nnd op- erallfin under strict Government su- pervislpt? nnd willi draslic iims(riga1nsl slrikes or lockouts. J- - O. L. Berea In, New York Letter from President Dear Frionds All of Tho Citizen: Mrs. Frost nnd I camo hero by way of Washington, whero wo left our little granddaughter, Nuclla, Wcshvy's daughter, and caught a gllmpso of his wife. New York holds a great many of Bcrea's friends, and wo havo lived here months at a lime when raising the money for our great enterprise It was here that wo made the friendship of Helen Gould, and Theodore Roosevelt, and Woodrow Wilson. And it was hero that I had the Moiling "faint" three years ago that reminded me that I was no longer a young man. It is a strange thing to come to New York and not he greeted hy Mr. Cady. That dear man came lo me at the close of my Ilrsl speech hero for Herea, invited mo to his house for a fortnight, introduced mo to half a dozen select oluhs aud a hundred important people, and was Herea's devoted friend ami wlso counselor until his death at an advanced ape last year. Hut we havo other friends here now. At the Trustee Meeting held at the Yale Cluh were live Now Yorkers, namely; Jno. A. II. Rogers, son of our llrst Principal, nnd a great inventor; Will Emhrce, grandson of Father Fee; He v. Percy S. Grant. D.D.. pastor of the Church of the Ascension; Sclh Low Pierpont. nephew of Seth I.ow; Prof. Wm. fl. Bagley, of the Teachers' College. From Boston came Mr. Wilder, a retired paper manufacturer who gives all his time to enterprises liko Berea, and Hev. Dr. Herbert S. Johnson, the great Haptist preacher. From Washington came Hishop McDowell: from Chicago, Dr. Bar-lo- n, Herea's most distinguished graduate; from Ypsilanti, Mich, the Dr. distinguished malhematician, Frost Bc-rea- ns; I.yman; from Asheville, N. C, Dean Marsh, known and loved by all from Lincoln Ridge, Ky., Dr. Thomson, anolher old Herein; and from Cincinnati, Julian, head of the Associated Charities of that city, and Mallon, n great lawyer and administrator whoso services to Herea have been long continued and great. Wo went over Herea' affairs very thoroughly, finding great cause for gratification and gratitude. Wo arc doing more for the mountains than over before, a great deal more this fall. Our trust funds all show good management wo are accomplishing the utmost willi all the gifts put into our hand. And we mint have some more dormitories so ns lo bo able to shelter hundreds of students whom we are now compelled to turn away. We shall linve some added rooms for the winter term, but nobody must come to Herea unless ho has a room engaged. The trustees meet next March, at Herea. New York is full of people. Folks are turned away from the holels every night, nnd from the rhurches every Sunday. And tbcro is every sort of tiling going on hero from a meeting of women doctors lasting two weeks, lo nnd variety lliealres. We are staying at this hotel which has come lo seem a hit homelike. It is built all around a square, with an open square in tho middle whore there arc flowers and a founlain. We have an insido room opening on this square, and so are Abut away from Ihe noise of the street. Few peoplo know we arc here, but Anna Hanson Albin, from Yonkers, found it out nnd made us n delight-fu- ll call. Anil wo said kind things about a great many people in Herea. dog-sho- WnsliTnglon. Oct. 20. The de Hopklnsvllle. James Sowell, 8 years old, was killed cur Ilurndon. He was partment or justice today noliiled riding a mule hitched to n wngon load- - i,tlie ije'et sugar rcllners that a charge eil with tobacco. The nnltnnl stumbled for Sugar in excess of lo cents a ml tho child fell In the i:ith of the poundwholesalc will be considered, wagon, hoth wheel passing over his a violation of the food control act heud. of the?' Uniled Stales. The sugar equalization board has held II cents Louisville. A suit to test tho rights of landlords to Increase rents was tiled a poiinil, a fair retail price for hero hy Colonel W. A. Colston. He sugacji nsks for nn Injunction against nwnets of nn opnrtuient house to prevent them MjWjlYork, Oct. 18. Tho mo , from Increasing his rent from $05 to shortage in (its history $8." a month. threatened t li is city loday ns a resultant the unauthorized longshoreIoulsvllk-- . Hums about tho face men's strike. Foodstuffs nre piled and hands she. suffered In nn explohigh on Ihe piers, and Arthur Wilsion of gas caused the death of Mrs. Mnry Singer (inrrett, SO years old, liams,' Federal food administrator, widow of Joseph Oarrett, nt the home sahQargo quantities of fruits, vegetable's5' and oilier perishable foods of her daughter. She mine to from Ijigrnnge two years ago. have decayed. od The llrst German boat lo arrlvo-iour ports as the forerunner of renewed trade is Ihe Ynnuina. She carried a cargo of refrigerated beef Kenneth ltomuey of Montana, a lo Germany and lias come hack for Democratic holdover ns cashier nnd head of the financial department of anolher load. The best way (0 rethe house of representatives, hns been cover from tho war is lo set in moreappointed by the Republicans be-e- tion (he wheels of commerce. use of hln efficiency. Norway Is to havo a vote on tho question of prohibition. This counREDS HOLD PETROGBAD try has for many years been trying lo limit its liquor traffic by restricting tho commercial motive and by Fierce Fight Being WagerJ for placing Hie sale under stale direction. Advantage is now taken by Former Capital. public sentiment (o go farther and mako the manufacture and sale illegal. Workmen n Ask Antl. Bolsheviki General Not to Shell City Denlklne to Join Polish Forces. Oct. 20. London, Oen. Yudenltch or behalf of the Democratic state can- only about one-thididates in the Collego Chapel hero Ihe number of hearers thai tho candidate had when ho on Tuesday afternoon. After being introduced by Mr. P. McNeal, tho visiled this city. speaker set forth tho claims of tho Thero was a noto of candor runparly and compared the character ning thru his address; nnd ho nnd ability of the Republican can- showed himself to havo considerable closo n debater. At didal for Governor with that of tho ability as glowing Iribiilo tho Presito own parly for tho ho paid a candidate of his same office. His speech was for tho dent Wilson for his most part aimed lo offset tho ad- spirit in behalf, of humanity thru dress by Mr. Morrow n few weeks tho. lalo war and In tho Lcaguo of Nations. Mr. Shanks' address was well received. CONTENTS rd onc-four- lb ago. The speaker seemed to bo at HON. W. H. SHANKS IN BEREA of having Hon. W. II. Shanks spoko in Ihe great disadvantage The Winchester. G, E. Hlnck, a fanner on the Paris pike, siilppod two carKenloads beuf cuttlu to tho Cluclnnutl tucky News; World Nows; U. S. marketoffor sale. Ono car whs loudod News. with native cattle and the other with was a branded western Collego PAGE 2 News; General decided dlfferenco cattle.thoThero paid In price Nows. and when it letter was sent to tho asking the reason for tho dlfPAGE 3. Continued Story; Ameri- broker In prlco ho replied that tho ferenco can Flag Now In All Ports. brand on tho cattle lowered tho vnluo of tho hide, causing tho difference. PAGE 4. Local News; Public School News. Ashland. Ella Hall, a pretty little 5. Keeps Community Build- girl, 10 years of age, found seated In PAGE rlio depot, was picked up by Putrolman ings; A Rotation's Huslnoss Stuvons and will bo kept at Salvation Croed; Now Stato Courso for Army headquarters until nor father, . Teaching Thrift. Thomas Hall, of Oljuipla, Ky arrives. Ella had been living with her Mountain Agriculluro; sister, Mrs. Geneva Schulz, In this city, PAGE C Homo Department; Markets. and the slter left for Mlddletown, 0., where the family will reside. Her PAGE 7. Sunday School Lesson; tuther, fearing his daughter had boen Story. Sermon; Short left here stranded, wlml tho police. A telegram was sent him aud ho will PAGE 8. Eastern Kontucky News. come here and take tho girl home. PAGE 1- Against Editorial: cc A Warning has captured Hnsno Selo and Gntch-Inn- , Louisville. Increases In the puy of south of I'etrograd, whero he met Washington, Oct.-- 20. Until the members of the Mllce nnd Are depart- Senate nets on Ihe Peaco Treaty tho worklngmen from the city, who nsked ment amounting to $100,000 a year nro Hint the northwestern Itusalan army provided for In onllnunces which were United Slates cannot be represented refrain from shelling I'etrograd, und on uny of the various commissions pledging if this promise was given passed hy the Hoard of Councllmen, to nnd, no ilouht, will he passed by the provided for in tho Treaty, It was Join the according to announced today at the State De- a Hclslngfors dispatch received here. upier hoard. partment. The white flag was hoisted over the H. A. Hanger filed suit Itlchmond. The Supremo Council at Paris had bolshevik fortress of Kronstndt Friagainst tho Iulsvllle & Nashville rail- iuvjlcd this country to bo officially day night, according to n Hclslngfors road for $T09.rn, the amount paid In represented until tho Senate had illspatch quoting n Finnish general stnff report. hultdlng and repairing fencing along Acted, but it was said this invita- Forces of the soviet government nre, the railroad right of way, end Oie Ian,ir uceordlug to latest ndvlccs, still desof the plaintiff. Sho.usks that' tiwT TiwftJiShfd not be accepted. perately defending tho city of I'etro-gnii- l, y court mUutlge that It Is in tiprcmiaut to Kep nnir or the rcnclngi toward Francisco Tjal., Oct. 18. which In repair lu tho future. members of the 27th and troops have been advancing since Oct. 31st infanlry returning home afler 11. Confirmation of dispatches telling of tho fall of the former Itusslnn enp-ItCovington. John Hamlin, CO, living fifteen months in Siberia the transhas not been received In ofilclal at 10 West Ninth street, Covington, Is port Logan arrived hero today from qunrters here. In n serious comUtlon In St. Kllznheth Vladivostok, making (lie third boat Over the wholo situation nround Hospital, that city, suffering from a arriving hero to date with returned Petrogrnd there is considerable obknife wound. Itudolph Hatting, .'IS. Is charged with cutting to kill. According Siberian, expeditionary troops. Tho scurity, due to conflicting nnd contradictory reports. There seems to be to the Millce, Hamlin was escorting a men complained about prison stocktlstpr of Uniting to her homo when ades and general conditions sur- little doubt that the nrmy commanded rounding the American occupancy by Gen. Yudenltch Is within n comthey met the latter. Thero were sixteen paratively short distance of the city, in Siberia. Ashland. W. H. Frazler, a C. A O. bodies of American troops killed in but the rapidity of Its advance during the first days of the offensive does not hrakeman living on East Winchester battle wilh the Bolsheviki. seem to havo been maintained. Gen. avenue, was operated 011 at the comYudenltch hns drawn his troops Into n pany hoxpltnl nt Huntington, W. Va., Washington, Ocl. Senator rough 20. from Krnsnaln Gor-knnd ull the toes of his left foot token on the northwest, to Tsnrskoc Selo. off. The foot was crushed at Island Walson, Republican of Indiana, in Creek whllo Frazler was working be- the Scnato loday charged Socialists, which Is almost due south of I'etrograd. tween two freight cars. Dr. Z. A." lleds and otlir radicals are Further south the Yudenltch nrmy Thompson, of Plkevtlle, accompanied in government departIs said to have reached n point near him to the hospital. ments, Inebidirg IhoTederal-Trad- o tho city of Luga, Commission, which bo asserted, con- from I'etrograd. eighty miles distant Reports havo been Accommodations Frankfort. for tained men hostilo to the govern-nicreceived, however, that further students at the Western Normal and American institutions; has been held up along the railSchool, Howling Green, huvo been exhausted, und the Hoard of I logouts of that men who wcro outepoken an- way lino connecting Gutchlnn and the school has been ordered to meet archists, participated in Red pa- Pskov, on which Luga is situated. to adopt some plan to remedy the sit- rades, admirers of Along this front severe fighting is beuation. Temporary quarters for stu- Lenino and Trolsky, and avowed ex- lieved to he In progress. Gen. Denlklno appears to bo advancdents probably will ho provided lu the ponents of Soviet government. Ho ing his left flank nlqng tho Dnieper barracks formerly occupied by the Stunamed Stuart Chase, Samuel W. vultey, taking Sherlnoft nnd moving dent Army Training Corps. Tator, A. S. Kravilz, Rappeal Mallen, northwnrd toward Gomel, where his Cloverpork Albert Gibson -- woe R. N. Buck, Johann Gohsol, Martin Cossacks may Join Polish forces and drowned here In tho Ohio river. While h. Sorber, Daniel M. Kemper, Earls present n compact front to tho soviet nttemptlug to water his horse, the an- Mains, all government employes as armies. If this Junction Is uinde, the imal bocumo frightened aud Gibson coming under his charges in ono lino from I'etrograd to Jumped Into tho river and was. unablo Oral, south of Moscow, would resemble way or another. to swim iibhoro. Gibson was 20 years a grent horse shoe, enclosing the bolof ago and was tho son of Mr. and Mrs. sheviki. Ashland. Kenneth Uray, a barefootHarrlsou Gibson, who live near hero. ed lad, 13 years of ngc, was taken up East of Oral and In tho Don region Besides his parents, ho leaves one while wandering about the streets look- the bolsheviki nro reported to bo rebrother, Noah Gibson. ing for something to eat. Ho told Capt. treating all along tho front. Denlklne John Hrunner, the Juvenile olllcer, that troops havo crossed tho Don over n Ashland. Elwood Hamilton, inter- ho had sen t'd n month In Jail In John- front 200 miles In length, It Is claimed. nal revenue collector for the State of son county, charged Gcriuano-ltusslaforces aro said to with setting tiro Kentucky, arrived In Ashland for the to a haystack. He stated that he had bo holding the left bank of tho lower purposo of establishing an Internal revbeen released and told to "heat It." Duna river to Riga. Farther up tho enue olllco lu this city. Tho olllces Ho said ho was Inuocont of the charge, stream Indeclslvo fighting Is reported. on tho second tloor of the chosen are another boy having sworn falsely prtstolllco building. Deputy Collector against him. Telcphono CHAPLAIN FOR 200 SOLDIERS Chns. H. McCarthy will bo In charge. Ion with Putntsvtllo developed the Deputy Collector 1. D. Wells, who In fact that young Hrny had a has been stationed In this city, will re- I'nlntsvllle who Is willing tobrotherand Secretary of War Baker Orders Rekeep main until usslgned to duties else- educuto him ligious Advisers Be Placed and ho wus sent buck. where. Transports. as to how Frankfort. Instructions nrmy Frankfort. The Vocational Educa- discharged aud disabled soldiers may Oct. 20. An Washington, tion Hoard adopted a plan worked out get free courses In vocational training chaplain must accompany overy transby the department of agriculture of nro being sent out by V. O. Gilbert, port carrying more than 200 soldiers, the University of Kentucky by which superintendent of public Instruction. Secretnry Hukcr Instructed officials of disabled soldiers moro than 10 years of Disabled soldiers who desire to learn tho Hobokcn embarkation headquarago who can read and write may tuke should fill out application ters. courses In agriculture and farm me- trades at their local Red Croas socio-tie- s. tilauks chanics at tho university. Three Shot In Argument. Detroit, Oct 20. An urguniout startMaysvllle. The fanners of LowU Shclbyville. Game und Fish War- ed In Mlko Hiiro's restaurant over o county have notified tho operators of den A. W. Uullock secured a convic- piece of cheeso. Tho cheese was moonshine stills that they will have tion In county court ugalnst Al Pollett dropped to tho floor and guns drawn. to be removed. In every cuse tho men seining In Hrushcur's Creek, lis Plrzo was wounded In tho arm nnd notified stated the still did not belomj for lined (15 was and coslj. hand; ono of his patrons was hit la to them. (Coatlaatd oa ra Slfkl) tho kne, another In the hip. l, the-dut- Tho indications aro that tho city of Petrograd is under nttack by llio enemies of Bolshevism. Heavy firing lias been beard and reports from Finland suggest an early evacuation, by Ihe followers of Lenino and Trotzky. Tho military leader is General Yudenich, and ho is supported by Kolchak in Siberia and Denekine in Southern Russia. An invitation on the part of tho Allies seems lo havo been given to Germany to join them in putting down Bolshevism in Russia. S'ho was asked to aid in tho blockade of- tho Russian ports, with such vessel's as she still retains. Thus far, no y evidence appears that she, wHUac cept tho Invitation. The Shantung question is censing considerable. trouble in Japan. Th6 proposition of Baro. Uchida to allow other nations Iq join Japan fii handling tho Shantung peninsula and in guaranteeing its return to China does not meet approval of some of tho political leaders and a division seems impending. Tho election lo tho French Cham- o4! m&0i. CaT--ry- 13 al seml-clrcl- o a, ber of Deputies was held during tho week. Just at this time the result is very important as tho policy of Clemcnccau ought to bo sustained. It is never possible to forecast tho effect of an election in France, as parlies arc numerous and principles are not sharply drawn as in Aiglo-Saxcountries. on nt The Belgian Prince, Ihe Duke of Brabant, is showing a great liking for America and her liberal institutions. It is said that ho is planning to take a course of study in an American university. His tastes run in tho direction of engineering, although bo shows ability along diplomatic lines. Awarded Judgment for $68,500. Clevelnnd, Tenn., Oct. 20. Judgment for ?03,tl00 wns awarded by Federal Judgo Stuart to tho Cleveland woolen mills of Clevelnnd In n suit against tho Warren Soap company of Boston nnd W. II. Durkeo, former superintendent of mills. The suit grew out of allega- n tions of fraud. t Winchester. Miss Mnry George hns gone to Cincinnati to resume work In the Queen City School of Pharmacy, where she Is n senior. Miss George will bo tho llrst young woman to hold a phnnunclst's license hero. Her brother, ( It. George, Is also u student In pharmacy, und they will be connected with the drug store of which their father, C. 11. George, Sr., und his brother, W. W. George, nro proprietors. Public schools of this Greenville. county ure demoralized this year by reason of tho Inability of tho public to secure textbooks. Thero aro ninety-- , four public schools in tho county. The schools are now hnlf out and these, three mouths have been practlcully lost 8,000 school children In the county. Prof. V. M. Mosely, county school superintendent, states that the supply ot books In the schools throughout tho county Is 70 per ceut short. BEREA COLLEGE NEWS MOUNTAIN DAY FOR FOUNDATION AND VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS THE AMERICAN LEGION LIEUT B. W. MAYNARD WILL DEPORT GARY REDS Seven Radicals From Steel Strike Zone Will De Taken to Ellis Island-Str- ike Near End. Chanter will bo Formed in Berea Chlcngo, Oct. 20. Military niitlmrl-tie- s Monday was an ideal day for tlic at Gary were believed lo bo on tlio The. American Legion is n new mountain trip. Tlio sun sliono point of seizing several moro reds who bright; the air was clear; Iho lem- - organization which is being formed nave been octlvo among steel workers pcralure was Just right. And tlio of men who wero In military or of the Calumet, region during tho manv loads of students from the! naval service of the United biaics strike. Setcn of the government's Vocational during Iho last war. Article II of and the Foundation prisoners against whom deportntlon Schools had a most delightful time, the Constitution whirlf was adopt warrant hnvo been sworn out wero in Chicago nwnltlug the Issuance of in they rode in the trucks to the ed by the St. Louis Caucus, which orders' that will start them on the first Tht Story ttf a Titrrri Tap fain mountains and there spent Iho day wa held on me loin or .May, iviv, leg of their long trip home. They arc rom -- ion ii iif rUTjrcvmfiqui.il. o 4 In climbing the heights and view- - says: "All persons shall be eligible IhiM- - w.ii q for lilthff tnunct formally charged with partlclp'itlng In n Ing the beautiful scenes, from East to membership In this organization Mrch IS j Attr Nll.ion fnliittV in (hj P a movement to overthrow tho governNivy an rtpprrntlrt Sf.mm. JtJ Lit. Pinnacle and from West Pinnacle, who were in the military or naval In April ion he mtr.1 Chief ment. Paul S. (llaser, nttorney for the Captiln. lilt ptT taity , tl6S Turret 7a rr the Rock House, servico of the United Stales during The Indian Fort and sewn men, admitted that they wero Month. 0, llU wo visited. Fat Man's Misery, the the period between April bolshevik and had been active In the Devil' Slide, and the Rat Hole were and November II, 1018, both date Mrlkc, but declared all wire harmless. who lack inclusive, and nil person It wns reported In Gary that the steel strike In that region, at lenst, would for appetite Tor the lunch that was served in the military or naval ser end In a few days. An olllclal of one served, Tired but happy oVcr a do- -' vices of any of the government as of the companies declared the moveReel them ofT Ii6htful day, they returned, tho last sociated with the United Slates dur Rlo",Oibraltnr, atloot that will make you welment bad already collapsed and that Wo! ronolilnc' ihn illnincr ing the World War, provided tba Ceylon, Yokohama all the irent First Lieutenant Kelvin U.Miijnnnl. a few days more would see the men come man In any company. they wero citizens of tho United who won the nrmy i ports of the world are they only i.it. i iimn fnr annnnr transcontinental docking back to work. Work? sure, nnd a man's work ' run Ann.inmv iv m mnko ilio snmn Stales at the time of their enlist nlr derby of 5 102 miles. places on the map to you or are It is. inior. men. menl.and are again citizens at the they ports where you've cone trip some time- -if it doesn't rain.' Play? well.rather.withabtinch. STRIKE ON AT ARMY STORE ' ;"'i""u"" " In from the high teat with Tho Collcgo and Normal havo liad of men who know how to play. persons who scparaicu inuu mu every eye along the shore turned their outing. BILL IN EQUITY Male Clerks at Chicago Are Replaced These comrades of yours carry service under terms amounting to FILES admiringly on your big ship by Qlrls Hundreds of Custom, In their ears the sounds of great except dishonoralilo discharge and your ship! Every ocean has a I EBERHART GROTE ers Walt In Line. world cities, of booming guns, of also (hose persons who refuse to Tj Alnt United States ship sailing for C ttrl Anta TVAft , swashing seas luimc. sounds you will II. Steel Strikers to Bring Many: some port worth rceing. Chicago, Oct. 20. A lino of several " '" """" ' The war may hinder, but U could "share with them and that will Damage Suits. hundred persons waiting to buy mer'his warfare. Pf"""'" of conscientious or political not defeat Cupid In If you've any cull In you for n never die away. chandise from the quartermaster store full life joii. p" I -- Mor nil your At least this is true in the case or ""ligation. And when you come home, you'll r building wns In the "old have been Slate Headnuartcrs Mloo Atrnna Vtinrhnrl. nnn of T.on- years ahend with memories of face life ashore with level eyes Kentucky, with Will Also Seek Injunctions Agalmt blocked when tho entire forco of orclonVs finest girls, and Mr. Myron F. formed at Louisville, thlngi worth seeing with knowlfor Uncle Sam trains In der takers went on strike. The clerks Companies and Some City edge worth having with on OnlP. editor-o- f tho Van'cebursr. Ky..' Mr. D. A. Sachs, 531 West Jefferson objected to being held responsible for relUnc as well as Officials of Country. Street, as secretary, and a request mlstnkes In figures In their order fund of sea tales nnd Sun. They had met in Herea Col-- 1 The Navy builds straight mi adventures picked up ashore and lege, and the courtship there started for a charter for Derea is being Pittsburgh, I'n., Oct. 20. Represent-- ! slips. Severn! girls wero put to work no mollycoddles. was interfered with when, upon the maiie. u is cxpccicu huh mure win ntlves of tho pteel nnd Iron workers' writing orders, nnd purchnsers were Koliit tor two jreut. Klcrlltnt opportunity for lvncrmrnt. admitted In smnll groups. join tlw union tiled u bill In equity e Aeve of their marriage, the United he a large number of boys Pour wrtki holidays with tT tmttt ycr. Short It art lo if tlhtt at port! vitlttd. Mrn always Irarnlng. Oood fooi States found herself at war, and local post when it is formed. Tlic llegheny county court ngnlnst Mayor aoj tut uniform outflt fr. Pay txclnithtday jrouanliit. Of BILL HITS STRIKERS o E. V. llabcock, Director of Public Safe- RAIL ihj-Orota UU"'S with thousands of her sons Mr. full Information from your nrareat rrrrultlng station, If you do ty C. It. Prltchard and Superintendent not know ahm the nrarrtt recruiting station it, atk your was called upon to teach the "ve cents per year. All of tho of Police It. J. Alderdlce and other Provision to Penalize Workers ;Vho Poatmaattr. Ht knows. will want to American n lssnn. Thai finrmnn Foment Labor Walkouts Written organization, as it docs not olllclals to restrain them from Interfer job done, and done well, bo returned.. J0'". ing with meetings of the strikers In Into Senate Measure. !,"5 - particular umiBauuiis, mu the Pittsburgh district. from France about a month ago to, vma" vtt continuo a fraternity among In nitdltlon to the Injunction pro-cHim bis own Wnshlngton, Oct. 20. A provision feeding'. V. It. Itubln, counsel for the to pennllzo strikers nnd thoso who fonnnfniienllv !il file 1innif nf Mm tllC SOldicTS of tllO late War, Into strikes bridal parent, Mr. and Mrs. B. F.j A rally Is being arranged to bo national committee of the steel work- ment railroad bill by wns writtenIntertho senate Eberhart, last Friday afternoon, Rev. held licrc at Mo College on "ilin ers, said damage suits would be InstI-- the torailroad ngatnyt all persons nnd corpora im tutt-commerce committee. It. B. Baker ofHcialing, Miss Eberhart montli, lllli day, lltli hour," 1910, tions wi.'i may have made false arrests and Mr. Grotc were made one in- -! (Nov. 11, 1910, at 11 o'clock). Mr, of strikers; otherwise Illegally de-- J U. Griillth has taken the lead in prlved deed. Tlio happy couple left that Rush For United States, them of their liberty; nssnulted for Berea. He men, women and children, or made 1 Noples. An unusunl rush of emiafternoon on a short bridal trip .be- - this organization I 1. 1.11. ...ill. 111 I t uiu fore going to vanceburg. where they , m iuiueaM:u w uii& wmi lL. oojs leged unlawful searches of tho homes grants toward Aiiierlcn Is In progress. who desiro to know anything more of residents of steel communities. Mr. Two thousand Italians applied tot will make their home. about it. Talk it up, boys, and let Itubln ndded that ho expected nt least passports to United States recently. J00 damage suits' to be filed. Berea have a strong post. "T. R." AND HOW HE HANDLED Uciioml strike conditions in the i RED TAPE Pittsburgh district remained un "One very remarkable thing about changed, neither the union headquarColonel Roosevelt while ho was ATTACKS WAR DEPARTMENT ters nor corporations having any inrrcsiueni wa3 nis intimato Knowi formation to Impart regarding con edge of the entire machinery of the ditions. Bank's government and the character of tho Baker Takes Issue With There wns n conference nt Nlles, Charges Regarding High Cost Ohio, between union labor leaders fcridl personnel, whether of his own apof Living. representative of the sheet nnd tlnplattt pointments or from previous work of the Republic Iron unikjSTi&l pancy," says an admirer of the forWashington. Newton D, Baker, Sec conjpnny nt Uiat place w"h n view ttf Mat 8. Cohen, Commissioner of Agriculture) and Democratic candidate for Secretary of Stmt, emmer President who served under retary of Vur, took hlinrp Issue with negotiating an agreement with workefs ploys more people In his department and spends more money thnn any other three combined depertBseata him as an official at Porto Rico. the statement In n published adver on strike who have no contract with I of the State government. It Is very Important to the taxpayers, especially the farmers, how this sswoey "On ono occasion I had a very tlsemont of the Hnrrlman National tho comptny. The Amalgamated as Is spent. important matter pending the audit Hunk, New York, to tho effect that the sociation of Iron, Steel and Tin WorkIn three years, Cohen's personal traveling npfnses, which you taxpayers py, have piled up to a total of $4,153.03, an average of $1334.04 per year. In 1017 he charged you taxpayer $5 00 per day for of the custom's receipts to arrange "high cost of living wns due Inrgely to ers haf a wage agreement In force the Inefficiency of ofllclnl Washington.' ten days for attending the State Fair In addition to railroad fare and a hotel and taxlcab bill ef mere there, but Its members ore ltfle be between tho insular government and The hank statement siild than $100.00. Does anybody pay you to visit the State Fair? that tho Wnr government of the United States. Department sold In France $1,7.V),000, cause other employees are on strike. tho Vouchers on file In the Auditor's office at Frankfort show what Cohen has been doing wltti year money. Below are a few samples of the extravagance of this man Cohen who, four years ago, snlesBaiy At that timo Porto Rico was not 000 worth of supplies, nlmost nil of promised you taxpayers to spend your money carefully nnd economically: SHIP ABANDONED; CREW SAFE under any one department of the which "Is essential to our present-da- ? government, but each insular off- needs" for $400,000,000. VOUCHER NO. 12512 PAID MAY 11, 1916. The list. It declared, Included 22,000,000 Steamer Ammonooslc, Week In Dis icial reported directly to tho Cab- was Mat 8. Cohen Transportation from Frankfort to Washington and retress at Sea, Left to Fate 255 , inet officer whoso department his pounds of sugar. Secretary Baker said $30.95 turn and berth.......... Survivors Reach New York. 29.10 Hotel Washington (at New Wlllard) work fell under. As I was entirely lie did not know how much sugar was Meals en route (2) $2.00: return (S) $3.00; In Washington (6) $4.00.. 11.00 ndded : "The sales were made but ignorant of tho procedure of tho Hoston, Mnsc, Oct. 20. The wooden Cab 7Bo; Taxi 90c; Car 20c; Taxi 60c; Taxi 60c; Car 20c; Taxi 70o; by the Liquidating Commission, which Foderal Government at that lime, was appointed by 0.55 Car 40c; Taxi 90o; Car 20c; Taxi $1.00 nie with the consent ptenmer Ammonooslc, which has been and having no head of a department nnd npprovat of President Wilson. In distress nt sen for the last week, $77.60 directly interested, I wont immedi- Judge Kdwln Porker was chairman. has been abandoned In n sinking con VOUCHER NO. 4341 PAID JANUARY 16, 1919. ately to Mr. Roosevelt for his advico Former Senator Mollis was another dltlon, radiograms nnnnunced. The M. . Cehen Mileage Beok $30.00; Berth to Washington $3.60 $33.50 member, as was M. II, Johnson nnd crew wns saved nnd the const gunrd how to proceed. 17.93 Hotel at Baltimore General Pershing appointed General cutter Acushnet nnd the steamer Is- "He said, 'Aro you in a hurry?' 22.6$ Hotel at Washington and Berth home r. sequenu are bringing them to this port. "I said, 'Yes; if I can, I would liko Dawes as n member. The material Eight Meals at Baltimore $1; 15 Msala at Washington and In transit New York, Oct. 18. llringlng 255 sold was n miscellaneous assortment 23.00 , $15.00 to go away on Wednesday's bostt.' 2.45 of removable nnd nonremovable prop-ert- passenger." nnd crew of the French Taxi to and from Depot at Baltimore $2.00; .Telegram 45c "Ho said, 'What you will do Is Street Car fare $2.00; Taxis In Washington 80c, 80c, 90c, 70o, 70o, 80o. 6.80 It was of such a chnracter as steamer Venezln. which burned nt sen this: You will write a letter to tho not to Justify the expense of retrnns-portin- g off the Newfoundland fishing banks, 65 Telegram Governor, who will forward it to It to tho United States. If tho tho steamer Chicago arrived here. $106.93 tho Secretary of State, who will whole had been brought home It would VOUCHER NO. 1941 PAID SEPT. 21, 1917. VOUCHER NO. 13036 PAID JUNE 29, 1917. forward it to me, who will forward not have bad any appreciable effect on AUTO STALLED, HE FREEZES H to the Secretary of Treasury, who the high cost of living. I npprovo of M. 8. Cohen Expense account for SeptemMat 8. Cohen Fare Frankfort to Chicago. .$19.20 ber 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. 13, 14, 16, (State will forward it to an Assistant Sec- what the Liquidation Commission has Body of George Chandler, OH Man, 2.00 Pullman done." Fair) Fare to Louisville and return, ...$ 9.00 Is Found In Red Desert In retary of tltf Treasury, who will 10.10 Congress Hotel (Chicago) Hotel (Seelbach) Rooms, Meals, Wire, Tele- Wyoming. 28.00 to tho Chief of Customs . forward it 28 Meals 105.00 phone BOY BANDITS BARRICADED 1.20 4.45 Bureau, who will refer it to tho Transfer of trunk 70o and 60c Taxi Chicago Casper, Wyo., Oct. 20. Oeorgo Chan 2.00 1.78 Four Taxi trips at 60 cents each Street Cars Comptroller of tho Treasury, who dler, prominent oil man, who disap60.00 60 Per diem, 10 daya at $5.00 per day Taxi to Train will decide tho question and forChattanooga, Tcnn. Barricading peared In the bllzznrd In the Ited ward it back through all theso themselves at a louely spot on tha Desert, Oct. 3, died of cold within $161.20 $66.13 channels to me, who will do exact Dixie Highway two boys, said to bo three miles of his goal after tramping COHEN CHARGES YOU EXTRA FOR DOING HIS JOB ly what tho Comptroller of the James Oliver, 20 years old, and u com- twenty miles through tho storm from both discharged his stalled automobile. The minute Cohen was elected to ofllce be got the state legislature to raise his salary, but the regal Treasury decidos. This will prob- panion, Ed Martin, tho pistol point department of the state ruled he could not have It. As Commissioner of Agriculture, Cohen la a member soldiers, held up at all Ills body wns found today three ably tako about six weeks. I of all the boards In his department and his duty la to attend their meetings regularly as n part of the passers-bfrom sunset until near midwork for which you taxpayers pay htm a salary. Hut Cohen charged you from $0.00 to $10.00 a day for your going directly to the night, robbed travellers, coptured citi- miles from the camp of the Associated company. attending meetings of various boards. The total you paid hlra for this waa $820.00 for SJ days, an averComptroller of tho Treasury, tell zens who went out to arrest them, Oil age of $7.44 per day. Easy money for answering "Here" at roll call. Chandler was on his wny from Itnw- him what you want, and then go fatally shot Deputy Sheriff W. B. Cohen was paid $100.00 upon the order of the Veterinary Examiners' Board and It was ehargod to llns to tho oil fields when overtaken and finally capitulated only by tho blizzard. back to Porto Rico.' the Veterinary License Fund. The Attorney Ooneral ruled the claim was Illegal. after Oliver had been wounded. Certain clerks In Cohen's department draw money In addition to their salaries. One was paid $80.00 "I followed this advice, and tho a meeting for attending four meetings of the Live Stock Sanitary Board, She draws a regular salary that bis companion slowly was wholo matter was settled in fifteen GOB KILLS WIFE AND SELF bleeding to death of $2,100.00 a year which, you taxayers nay. Can you beat Itl Is said minutes and I was ablo to get back havo ordered tho Martin citizens to Another clerk gets a salary of $1,200.00 a year and lo addition she Is paid an extra $400.00 aa clerk captive to to Porto Rico, although the final of the State Itoard of Veterinary Examiners. Pretty soft. tako Oliver to Ooltewah so that lie Chief Yeoman Shoots Spouse and as ho prophesied, was not might bo attended by a physician. Then Ends Own Life Within WHAT'S IN THE STATE FAIR BOOKS? Block of Capitol. taken until six weeks later." After the citizens had started Martin On Oct 0, the Itepubltcan Stat Campaign Committee naked the privilege of having the State Fair slipped away In tho darkness, and Books examined by certified public accountants. Cohen at first consented, but later denied the priviWashington. Oct. 20. Within a throughout tho day posses havo been "T. R." lege. When threatened with a law suit, he said he would submit the request to a meeting of the State scouring tho hills of James county for block of the cnpltol and while hun Board of Agriculture, Oct. 20, a few days before the election. government olllclals nnd em A many sided man of might, him. When Oliver reached Ooltewah dreds of The books of the State Fair belong to the taxpayers who contribute huge sums of money each year Touched with tho poet's vision, ho Indignant citizens took him from his ployes were passing on their way home to help keep It going. former victims, placed a ropo around from work, Frank L. Itoth, n chief Mat Oohea'a personal expense account Among other Items In those books are vouchers Fought always in tho van of right, his neck and hanged hlro from the limb yeoman In the nnvy, shot and killed Why does Cohen object to an Immellato examination or those books T And dealt his blows heroically. of a tree. He at last broke down nnd Mrs. Anna dcrtrude Mitchell, whom said that Martin was his accomplice In tho police say was his wife, nnd then YOUR VOTE UNDER THE LOG CABIN WILL HELP RID THE TAXPAYERS For him thero was no turning back the hold-ups- . shot and killed himself. OF THIS MAN COHEN AND HIS EXTRAVAGANT SYSTEM His gazo was fastened on a star; saffron-dye- d Armed Force Retained. Nor hyena pack To Keep Red Cross Hospitals. Paris. Tho French forces still unWnshlngton, Oct. 20. At tho request Could daunt tho courago of "T. R." der arms total between O.V),000 and of the war nnd navy departments and 700,000 men, nccordlng to ns a part of the pence program of the This was no flfty-flft- y man; udvlces Issued. More than 71,000 American lied Cross the hnse hospiHis hat was In his country's ring; men of tho navy have been tals organized by the Ited Cross for His eoul was returned to civil llfo, leaving tho naval nrtny nnd which saw service over His genius an eternal thing. forces with u personnel of between seas during the war will be held In70,000 and 75,000 men,, Edwin Carty Ranck. tact for future emergencies. , ' A mans life among men I sail-In- -- ' Slegel-Coopo- "' ' 1 1 ol-- . I 1 U.S. Navy B53 Shove off f -Join the Bong How Mat Cohen Spends Your Money Facts for the Taxpayers of Kentucky I y. ad-vi- so ao-tio- n, Bho-wt- neml-olllcl- and the Straight Republican Ticket VOTE FOR MORROW 1 October 23, 1010. TUB blTIZEN anything else In nil the world to bo your wife. Hut I rnnnot promise now. I must have tlmo to think, time to " "Why should you require more tlmo thnn I?" ho persisted. "Whnt Is time to us? Why mnkc wanton waste of It?" "I know thnt I ennnot find happiness except with you," sho replied. "No Pago Thrco HANDBOOK DOES AMERICAN FLAG IS NOW IN ALL PORTS UNITED STATES 18 IN THE WAY OF BECOMING ONE OF THE MARITIME NATIONS. GREEN FANCY & GEORGE NOT SCORE A HIT DEMOCRATIC VOLUME LEAVES OUT MUCH OF INTERE8T TO TAX PAYERS. BAM M CUKMJN futfor ef "GRAUSTARK," matter what happens to me, I shnll always love you, I shnll never forget the Joy of this. Hut I cannot promise now," eho finished gently and THE AjrKlNCE OF GRAUSTARK," ETC 8YN0P8I8. If. ClTAlTnil lUrnM. wmlthy Nw Yorkrr. on a wntklnr trip inroiiKn nrtr l.HKlxnd, is raiiRni in term mile from til ilrallnatlnn. At croairoAdn point Im mtet a. Mrl In the una pimni. wniin tnr discus we situation an automntillr. arnt to meet the llarnra la f1rl. arrlvra and while the Riven laa lift to tavern, irlrl taken on tn her destination, which aha tella Ilarnr I a place railed (Ireen Fancy. "find, thr follow thinks nf every-thlnfr,- H nld Hnrncn to hlmaelf. "He tincnnny." lie read between tho lines, nnd fnw there a dlHllnct wnrnlni. It hnd not occurred to him thnt hlx plnn to leuvo for New York thnt dny with Mlarf'Ciim-erninlcht bo ntiended by UlsiitrouH la positively n reKUlts. CIlAPTEIt II-- At the tavern Harnea fall In with n alranded troups of "ham. tormina-tu'tor. headed ly Lyndon iiusncroii, anu uecomea iniereaten id them. CltAPTril Ilf Am th ilnrai mm llamea find lilmnelf worrying over the aafety of the Ctrl, traveling over the mountain ruada at what ha ronidilera nan- He lenrnk tnnt Clreen feroua laapeed. aomethlni; of n house of Two motintrd men leave the tavern in n manner winch nrourea llarnea' curl cilty. my-ter- Hut the JewelB? Whift of them? He could not ko Kiilllvnntlng about tho couniry with n hnlf million dollnrs' worth of precious atone In his posse-nloHe Hpent th enrly pnrt of the forenoon In wiindcrlng nervously about the hotel upstnlrs nnd down. Tho Jewel were locked In bin pnek He went up to his room hnlf a dozen timet nnd nlmot InMnntly wnlked down npiln, after pntlsfytni; himself thnt the pnek hnd not been rilled. For tho next three days nnd nlcht.i rohfiirxiilx were In full swlnp, with scarcely a moment's let-uAnd o the time 'crept by, up to the night of the performance. IIs Cameron remained In Itthornncp of tho clone proximity of the Jewels, nnd the police of Oowndnlc- - remained In even denser iKiiornnce as to the of the man who robbed Mr. Husselweln of all hi apare cash and an excellent cold wntch. No time was loM by the countess In Kcttlnc word to her compatriots In New York. Hnrnes posted u dozeu letters for her; each contained Uie of her safety nlnl the assurance that she would soon follow In person. Those three dnys and nights were full of Joy and cjichnntmcnt for Ilarnes. He nctually debased himself by wishing that the Itushcroft company might tlnd It Imperatlvo to ko on rehenrsliiR for weeks In Unit dim, temple. He snt for hours In one of tho most S y. CIIAITKR IV-- lle meeta "Ml.a Thaek eray." lendlna; lady of the ttranded tht-Mctroupe, who la aa rhmhi maid. That nlKlit he la oroured ly the uriiiKina 01 n uyina- man in ma tavern, one of the two who hud ridden nwnv a ehort time before. They tell of finding the ueaci iHxiy 01 ine oilier man. iiotn had been iiiou CHArTHn Th wounded man, rt-trred at the tavern aa Andrew I'aul !! and llamea la Informed he must not leave until after the Inuueet O'Dowd and I)c Hoto. Kuecta nt (ireen Taney, visit the tavern, apparently much mystified over uie nnair. CHATTKH advancea Hush- rrun money aumtiant to reieaie trie from It e(nliarraalns lltlon. therehy Ita offlclal liacker. lie visit (Irern I'aiiry, and tn the (.'rounds nieeta hla of the nlKht finding her a Rlrl of surprising Uauty. ' V-t. com-line, al CHAPTKIt VH-P- he eema not to bo of r'o.KnUiutr him, ami turn away. 0Ijow1 apnara anil In apparently friendly fashion cntirta llarnea (who feel he la unwelcome) from tint ktouihIs. Thackeray warna CltAITKll VIII-M- Is llarnea that a man topping at the tavern, ostensibly a hook agent, had searched hla ImRgage In hi ahaence. O'Dowd cornea to the tavern and with llarnea and othera go over the acene of the prevloua nlKht'a ahnotlng llarnea la InvltaU to dinner at Ureca Fancy. dealroua CHAITIUl IX-- Hl acquaintance of the n atorm ta lntrruluc-iMta i'inirnn. The makeup ot the home party, particularly ii man Introduced to him aa ''Ueb," anu me numoer oi menaervanta atwut the place, aomcwhat nslonlshta Uurnea. l uncomfortable seats hc had ever Ureen Fancy. Mm ahe la a prlaoner In the houst-- . to him for aid and binding him to arcrecy. In conversation with tha chauffeur who drlvea him bark to the tavern, llarnea becomea convinced thsre la a cotmplracy of moment bitching aJ CirAPTnil X-- MIs Cameron tnforma CHAPTKU XI-- At brraWuit the book agent Introduit hlmaelf ua "I can't stand It nny lnger. I enn-nagent, ecr bprouie, n. Koverronent fprouse tella llarnea he la there to watch be near you without why, I I the parly at Ureen Fancy, deacrlblng them aa refugtea from a country overrun "ell, It la more than I cun struggle by the (iermana. He assert that "Mlaj got Cameron" la a relative of the former ruler against, that's nil. You've cither of the devaatatcd country and thai ahe or to send me away altogether or or "I.oeb" havu with them the crown Jawela. 1 of enormoua value, which tiprouaa would let im' love you without restraint. recover. tell you I can't go on us I am now. You know I love you, don't you7 You ngreea to OHAITKIl Kprouae on a nocturnal vlalt to know I worship you. Don't bo frightriproua with the object of Ureen eccurlnr the Jewela, CTiJ llarnra with tha ened. I Just had to tell you today. hope of reaculns riillsi Cameron." I should have gone mad If I hnd tried enter the crounda to keep It up nny longer." He wnlted CIIAITEIl XIII-Tli- ey In aaftty, Hprouen overcoming two men breathlessly for her to speak. She snt evidently on guard. Krachlng the houe. silent and rigid, looking straight be llarnea rendu up. by meana of a flililng rod carrlisl by Hprouae. a note to "Allaa fore her. "Is It hopeless?" he went Cameron." Informing her of their Intenon nt last, huskily. "Must I tisk your tion to enter the house. She trlea to them, but rlproure cllmba to her forgiveness for my presumption and room and gooi through It on n ipieat for nnd go away from you?" the crown Jewel and itate papcra. She turned to him nnd laid her hand CIIAlTi:a becomea at Kprouae'a long abaence and fol- upon his arm. low a him, climbing by meana of the Ivy "Am I not like other women? Why at lathed to the wall. While talking to "Mlaa Cameron" a commotion In tha should I forgive you for loving me? houao warna them that Hprouae haa been Doesn't every woman want to be detected. Il.irmi. with ''Mlaa Cameron" No, no, my friend I Waltl clinging to him, makea Ida escape to tho loved? Kround. He loaca his aenae of location A moment ago I was so weak und and they become Irnit, finally taking refuge In a amull ahrd. "Mlia Camtron" trembly that I thought I oh, I was explains how ahe Win deroyed lo the afraid for myself. Now I am quite home, and waa to be married against her will to the man "Iieb," hIiuii alia culm nnd teiislhle. See how well I ua n prince of the houao to which I do not ahe belong. They are aurprlsed In the have myself In hand? darknea by O'Dowd. tremble, I am strong. We may-no- w sensibly. CHAITKIX demand the discuss ourselves calmly, Jewela, which he think the fugitive have Oh I What are you doing?" In their poMesilon, knowing of not "I too am htrong," he whispered. "I hprnuso'a enierprlae. Convinced neither "Mla Cameron" nor llarnea have them, am sure of my ground now, und I am O'Dovwl put them on the right road lo not nfrald." the tavern, where llarnea elvea hla companion Into the care of Mia Thackeray. clnsped the hand Not day O'Oowd tella llarnea Hprouae, ed He had sleeve und, as ho that rest on his whom he deevrlhea a an eipert burglar, pressed It 1 ensure, after killing cut nwny with the u guard In the house. O'Dowd and "Uiub ' to his heart, his other arm stole over leave Ureen i'uncy. her shoulders and drew her close to Ids triumphant body. For it'll Instant XVI-IlaCHAPTEn tell "Mlaa Camtron" of Hprouoe'a treachery, und she resisted, und then relaxed Into fhe tella him the whole itory ot Or cm complete submission. Her head sank l uncy. The man known aa IxieU la her toukln. and he Inveigled her to tho houaw upon his shoulder. with tho object of possessing hlmaelf of "Oh I" she sighed, und there was the Jewel, which were In her cutuly. wonder, Joy veif perplexity, In tho CHAITKU return and tremulous sigh of capitulation. "Oh," Inform llarne of the Identity of "Ml Cameron." Bhe I of royal blood, he ac came softly from her purled Hps ugulu cert, Countci Thereae at tho end of the llrst long, passionate CHAprKU XVIII-Ilar- ne vlalt Oreen kiss. Fancy to aecure the wardrobe of the countet. He meet Pnrnuse. who tell tuiii wu (ui nnitf mill iiib jeweia aner CHAPTER XXI. killing the guard and accusing bprouse ot the murder and robbery, The End In Sight. llo foiiiul a letttr In lilt) Ixix when Ilnrues, souring beyond all previous ho went Jowiiftiilrc, lifter Htullliie t lie heights of extiltutlon, ranged dizzily tin box ili't'p Into IiIh jiocket, Iteforo between "front" und "buck" at the Iiu Hilt the cnvclopo he knuw tliut Gruud operu house thnt evening. He Kprouso wuh tlio writer. The ineasnKo wus In tho "wings" with her, whisperwus brief : ing In her delighted ear; In the dressing-"After duo conRlilerotldn, T feci thnt room, listening to her soft words It would bo u inltliike for you to iibtin-doof encouragement to the excited leadyour privsi'iit ilutlcn ut tliU tlint. ing ludy; on the narrow stairs leading It inlglit be mlNunileratood. Stick to up to the stage, usslbtlng her to mount the company until Boiiicthlng better them; and ull the time he wus dreadturns up. With this thought In view I ing the moment when ho would awuke withdraw tho two daya' limit men- und Hud It ull u dreuiu. tioned recently to you, and extend the There was nn annoying fly In his time to one week. Yours very truly, ointment, however. "I love you," she "J. II. WILSON." hud said eliiiuly. "' vaut mora than XU-Ilar- nea XlV-Ilarnea tin-eaXV-OT)rne XVII-O'Dowd Mura-Uafandn known, devouring with hungry eyes the shadowy, Interested face so close to hla own mid never tired- On the afternoon of the dross re- hen mil he led her, after an hour of repression, to nliuost the rear of the auditorium. Dropping Into the seat beside her be blurted out, utmost In iiiiguleh: signments hnve been made to South American routes nnd the number of bnnfs enrrjing freight to Kuropenn ports Is being Increased almost dally. War Made the Merchant Marine. Development In shipbuilding In this country has already progressed enough to wnrrnnt the statement that foreign trade Is no longer a question of ships. When the United Stntes entered the nr In April. 1017, the country, as ever body knows, wns without n merchant marine worth mentioning. Since the war began the government has Inunehe'd ships of gross tonnage. Keels for 209 ships, have been Inld nnd many of thee vessels nre almost ready to be launched. Of the government ships launched 1.004 were built of steel. 448 of wood nnd 10 were of composite build, one Is n Inrge modern freight carrier. The government since the beginning of the war has nlso come Into possession of a large number of ships, some freight and some passenger, through purchase. It Is nlso the possessor ot the Germnn owned ships Hint were Interned In harbors In this country when we entered the war. A few ot these German ships mny go to other countries In the final distribution, but most of them will continue to sail tin der the Amerlcnn flag. The govern inent Is not operating nil the ships It tins built or bos bought since the wnr began. A good mnny have passed to It hns been the private ownership. policy, however, to Insist thnt nil vessels disposed of by side shall remain under the American ling. All to Be Privately Owned. Congress, It Is assumed, will In due time nuthorlze the shipping bonrd to ships. The sell nil government-ownehoard some time ago recommended prlvnte ownership nnd operation ns a fundamental policy for commercial shipping. In Its report to congress It ndvocated legislation which would nil thorlzo tho government to retire from commercial shipbuilding, ship owning nnd ship operating activities "ut the earliest date which may be convenient and practical." Thus fnr congress has not tnkeu up the subject but It plans New to do so nt the next session. companies for the operation of slUps nearly every nre being orgnnlzed week. The ships that nre now being sold by the shipping bonrd are as n rule passing into the hands of these Jacket. Chicago, Oct. 20. News of the death companies. "Let's nil sit down," said he. "My kuees nro unaccountably weak. Come of Lieut. Cameron Wright, killed when The problem of obtaining men to on- along, Kile. Listen to the romance of nu aeroplane In which he was riding erato American built ships Is being my life." ns a guest crushed to the ground nt solved. Some months ago tho govern St. Paul, Neb., at the same time serl meut through tho shipping bonrd of(Continued next week) ously Injuring Miss Helen laggart, fered some unusual Inducements In or nlso n guest, mid Pilot Hex ltandall der to Interest young men In tho sen of Gibbon, Neb., was received In Chi life. For one thing It established hero ROAST ROAD DEPARTMENT cago. Lieut. Wright conceived the Idea n supercargo, school In which n largo of giving n rldo to ench purchaser of number of young men wero trained In ?25,000 worth of Liberty bomb. Inst the business of taking chnrgo of tho Democratic Flecal Court Calls For spring. MoroMlmn 100 Chlcagoans had enrgo of nn ocenn freight currier. The veitlgatlon of Delay, thus taken air flights with him. lie was young men trained In this school, and flying Instructor of army nviators nt who had never had any particular ex One of the most severe criticisms ofChaiiute Held, near Itaiitoul, III., during perlenco nt sen, are now making regu fered against tho present Democratic trips to foreign ports, nnd the state administration comes from Uie the war and always lent n willing hand lar to drives nud funds for the govern- testimony Is that Invariably they like Democratic fiscal court of Curllsle Of tho 2.000,000 young men who county, one of tho lending counties In ment. In these events ho provided It. doing dare crossed to Frnuce ut wnr's roll, thouthrills the "Gibraltar of Democ devil for thousands by us Jumping sands ncqulred n tnste for sea life stunts In mldnlr, such racy." Western Kentucky. nro fulling Into the uevv maritime At a recent session resolutions were from one piano to another. Lieut. nnd passed condemning tho stnte roud de- Wright wus stop commauder at tho organization. every port along In nearly the Atpartment for delay In building good Nebraska lauding Held In the transconlantic nnd gulf coasts operators of tinental nlr race. roads In Carlisle county. It Is deprlvutely owned ships have opened clared that ulthough a i!0 cent road tux schools for tho training bf ordinary wus voted on March 15, 1U11), nnd DISCIPLES PLAN FOR MERGER seumen. by the court at the April term and Two Problems for Congress. that the funds hnve been uvalluble for Organization of United Missionary While tho senate I s trying to tho work, It bus been Impossible to get Society Before Convention In dispose of the treaty of peace with uny Information regarding the plant Cincinnati, O. Germany, congress as a whole Is of the Statu Itoud Department. finding time to give some thought to Tho resolutions cull for "n search-lutwo subjects lu particular, railroad llivestlgatlou by the legislature teeCincinnati, 0 Oct. 20. A commitof urbltrtitlon to reconcllo differ- legislation nnd a budget system for the Into the conduct of the State Itoad De- ences between merger and antimerger government. In comtultteo In both partment" to "eliminate some of the glaring evils und practices now exist-lug.- " factions In connection with the organ- senate nud house some real progress Is ization of tho United Christian Misnow being made with tho framing of They ulo declare thnt gross Insionary society Is being considered by legislation under which tho railroads Is now being done the poor and justice the steering committee of the Interna- will be returned to their owners. Hut mull counties of the state. tional convention of tho Disciples of It Is doubtful, by the men who ure en- guged In formulating this legislation. Christ In session here. it nddl-llonnntl-pns1dm-selnon-partn d rock-ribbelev-te- d g kissed him. Itctweon the second nnd third nets MISTAKES IN THE FIGURES Tommy (Srny rushed buck with the stntetnent. Tho gross wns T.'ITiO. The Instant thnt fnct became Book Talk Learnedly of Many Matters But Is Silent on Certain Act known to .Mr. Itushcroft he Informed of Stanley Administration. Hnrnes thnt they hnd n "knockout," n gold mine, nnd thnt never In all his career hnd he known n season to start The Democratic Handbook Is creatoff so auspiciously us this one. ing about as much furore as a choir Three dnys Inter Ilarnes nnd "Miss singer ut a funeral. Jones" said farewell to the strollers First nnd foremost Is Cougressmnt nnd boarded a day train for New York Hartley's figures which Kdwln I. Morcity. They left the company In n conrow showed to be wrong nnd which dition of prosperity. The show wns Mr. Hnrkley tins never taken the pnlii! nvcrnglng two hundred dollnrs nightly to right. nnd Mr. Itushcroft wns nlrendy book- Then comes Supt. Gilbert's slntc-meI Ing return engagements for tho cnrly of tho teachers salaries paid In I fall. He was looking forwnrd to u Kentucky with n trilling difference ol tour of Kurope nt the close of tho wnr. over Jt&Ki.OOO between his figures and Hnrnes' sister, Mrs. Courtney, met those given by Auditor Hubert L. them .nt the (I rand Central terminal. Oreene. Also Gilbert's statement thnt "It's now n (pinrter to five," snld Morrow can't nppolnt n new school Hnrnes nfter the greeting nnd presentextbook commission because the aptation. "Drop mo at the Fifth Avenue pointment comes nfU;r he gives up bunk, I'dltli. I want to leave somethe law says the appointthing In my safety box downstairs. ment shall be made In January, 11)2.1, Slm'n't he more than five minutes." nearly n year before the next governor He got down from the automobile retires. The chapter on public roads occunt Forty-fourtstreet nnd shot across the sidewalk Into the bank, casting pies considerable spnee, but says nothUlck, apprehensive glnnces through ing about the resolution passed by the the five o'clock crowd on the avenue Fiscal Court of Carllslo county conns he sprinted. In his hand he lugged demning the stnte road department the heavy, wentherbpnten pack. Ills and calling for an Investigation by the sister nnd the countess stared nfter State Legislature. Much is made of prison labor on the him In amazement. Presently he emerged from the bank, roads, but nothing Is snld nbout the still carrying the bag. He wns beam- hundreds of convicts compelled to ing. A certnln worried, haggard ex- work inside prison walls for whose lapression had vanished fwmi his fnco, bor the taxpayers lire given from 50 cents per dny by prlvnte parties and for the first time In eight hours to be treated his traveling wardrobe with through contracts made by a Democratic Hoard of Control. scorn and Indifference. HuThe "Thank Ood, they're oT my mind ron ti chapter on the Agricultural refers nt Inst," he cried. "That Is tho first septicemia," learnedly to "hemorrhagic tuberculosis In imik, foot good, long breath I've hnd In n week. nnd mouth disease and glanders, hut No, not now. It's n long story nnd Is silent on .Mat Cohen's personal trav- I can't tell It In Fifth avenue. It Lcllng expense account of more than would be extremely annoying to have in three years and double salaboth of you die of heart failure vlth ried paid to employes In his departnil these people looking on." ment. He felt' her hand on his nrm, nnd s The book prates of legisknew that she. was looking nt him lation, but tells nothing of the pass with wide. Incredulous eyes, but 'he Gov. Hlnek asked for his friend Wilfaced straight nhend. lie was ter- liam Tye, when he was an assistant ribly ufrtitd that the girl besldo him attorney general of Kentucky, nnd of was preparing to shed tears of Joy, course nothing nbout Tom Ithea's pns nnd relief. He could feel her search- on the l & .N whliii Mil- - lo lie uuil ing In her Juckct pocket for a hand- during Iks campaign for treJuter, und kerchief. for Hie ret of the yea. if be wa Mrs. Courtney was not only curi- elected. ous but apprehensive. She hadn't the ..I'ago on the lire marshal's work are faintest Idea who Miss Cameron wasA ed with figures on lire escapes, Inn nor where her brother hnd pick'tcTher ii not show that Sam Itobcrrvtfh,' the up. Hut she saw nt n glance thnt assistant state tire marshal, drew she was lovely, and her soul was filled salary of $IU5 from the taxpayers for with strnnge misgivings. She wns like Inst July during which time be was all sisters who have pet bachelor Gov. (Slack's campaign manager for brothers. She hoped that poor Tout Louisville in heaihUiirters at the Tyler Hotel. f. hndn't gone and mndo n fool of Supt. Gilbert agnln lllcs to the res cue book swears The few minutes' conversntlon she that of ids "sore toe" tho nnd was the the Stale stronger only served to cost of only cost to hnd with the printing That cost, Increase her alnrui. Miss Cnmcron's was more thnn $15,000. which however, came out voice nnd smile nnd her eyes I were of the taxpayers' pockets. positively alluring. Tlie primary law Is given prom She had had n night letter from Tom inence suite nothing Is snld In of but morning In which he said that he tiro election of Judges on a favor thnt i young lady frlend-dovvwas bringing a san ticket, thus taking the Judiciary from the north ahd would she meet out of partisan pollttvs. them at the station nnd put her up The rest of tl.e book Is given over for n couple of days? That was all to state platforms beginning with the she knew of the dazzling stranger up icepimilcuii platform ot lh'.Ki. to the moment she saw her. ImmediOil the back page of the book Is :i ately after that she knew by Intuition letter to Congressman Hnrkley askln a great deal more about her than Tom for a thousand dollars for the League could have told In volumes of corre- to Knforce Fence. If Mr. Hnrkley has spondence. She knew, also, that Tom given that thousand dollars, It hasn't wns Jost forever I been mndo apparent to the reading "Now tell mo," snld tho couutess tho public of Kentucky. i Instant they entered tho Courtney npartment. She gripped both of his arms with her firm little hands nnd PLANE CRASH KILLS WRIGHT looked straight Into his eyes, eagerly, hopefully. Sho had forgotten Mrs. Lieutenant Who Thrilled Chlcagoans Courtney's presence, she had not Meets .Death While in Friend's taken tho time to remove her hat or Machine in Nebraska. box-oflle- o nt RESULT OF THE GREAT WAR Ships Built and Acquired by the Government Are Being Turned Over te Private Ownership Training Men to Operate Them. By JAMES P. HORNADAY. Washington. The United Stntes mny yet become n maritime' nntlon. It Is now making long strides In that direction. A member of the consulnr service who came In the other day from his post on the other side of the enrth remarked thnt the American ling mny now be seen regulnrly where It wns seldom, If ever, seen prior to the wnr. "Amerlcnn freight carrying vessels nre now entering most of the ports of the world," said this consular ofllccr. "It Is n new experience for those of us who nre representing our government In fur nwnj places to see Atnerlenii built ships snlllng under the Amerlcnn flng nnd carrying products taking their place alongside the ships of the other great "vhether It will be flnnlly dlspoied of before next spring. Thejilnh of the senntc committee on interstate commerce Is to be ready to reiMirt n rnllrond return bill ns soon ns the trenty is out of the wny. This mny menu that a hilt will bo submitted to the sennte by the first of next month, but svmitors ns u rule nre not very sanguine that such good (progress can be made with the treaty. Unless the house committee on luterstntennd foreign commerce shall change Us mind It will rexrt Its conception of what railroad legislation should bo before tho end of this month. Then If the hopes of the house lenders are realized the house will take a recess until nbout the middle of November. Each House Has Railroad Bill. Tills would menn thnt so fur as the house Is concerned, railroad legislation would not receive much. If nny, attention before the opening of the regular session on the first Monday In December. To a considerable extent the senate committee on Interstate commerce nnd the house committee on Interstate and foreign commerce are working along the same lines In preparing railroad legislation, but It Is foreseen thnt each branch of the legislative body will pass Its own bill and (hat the responsibility for perfecting the legislation will eventually have to maritime countries." Now that the men who fought In France hnve nearly all been brought home the shipping bonrd will be nble to place a great many more ships In the trade. During the Inst few days several additional asfrrlght-enrrylng be assumed by n conference committee representing the two houses. Tho only thing definitely settled about railroad legislation at this tlmo is, thnt It will not provide for government ownership. Tho roads will go back to their owners for prlvnte under stricter federal restrictions than existed prior to the war, but tho precise nature of these restrictions remains to be determined. It Is. not the first tlm congress hns been confronted with a demand for legislation creating u federal budget system, but there Is an Insistence about the demand this time that was never noticeable before. The subject has recently been taken up In botli senate nnd house In committee. The leaders In congross rcalir.o that If the new system Is to bo Introduced the necessary legislation should be ns soon as possibly. Under existing law5 It will be ucessary for. the secretary of the treusuiYiiJ submit the estimates for.goycriiment expenditures for the fiscal yei- U- hogjpnlng July 1, 1010," to congress when ft meets In regulur session In December. So If the government Is to get the benefit of the budget system In 1020 the system must be provided between now nud the flrst Monday lu December. School Garden Work Wins. activities ot Of the numerous tho federal bureau of education the school garden work Is proving most popular. School supervised gardens could be found during the last summer In nearly every city, town nud village In the United States and Its ncross-oceuWhile tha possessions. tangible results of the work of the millions 6f children enlisted In the U. S. S. G. A. In tho United Stntes, Hawaii, Porto llico ami the Philippine Islands are of great magnitude, yet the Iny tangible results ure Infinitely of the Iuterlor Lnuo said the other day: "As a matter of fact, the United States school gnrden army of the of education, department of the .Interior, has been raising citizens In gardens." greater-Secretaru school-supervise- more than 2,500,000 children produced approximately $48,000,000 worth of vegetables und smnll fruits. These food products will be consumed where produced, without loss In hnudllug or cost of trunsportutlon. In several cities In these states last yenr tho average produced wus more than $50 per child enrolled in the U. S. S. G. A. Possibly tho biggest, und certainly the most outstanding feature of tho work of the school garden army is tho that It spirit of national has developed. Governors of states who differ widely In political beliefs; parochial, private and public school officials; chamber of commerce and labor organizations ; tho General Federation of Woman's Clubs, nnd tho National council of Women have united In working for the development of the child through tho medium of.sclmol hotna gardens and gardens, organized on the plan of the United States school garden army. Helps Reduce H. C. of L. homo gardening, as promoted by the United States school garden urmy oj the natlonnl bureau of educiition, Is ha"vTng a decided Influence In reducing the high c6it of living In mnny city homes In southern Virginia, the Piedmont section of North Ctirollnn and enstern Tennessee. Threo years ngo one of the specialists In the bureau of education wus stationed In this territory to direct the garden activities of the public school children of tho upper grammar school grades. Locnl bourds of education In Lynchburg nnd Danville, Va.; Greensboro, Durham, Hulclgb, Salisbury nnd other towns In North Carolina, and ChattaTenn., emnooga uud Morrlstown, ployed garden teachers to work nfter school, on Saturdays and during tho summer vacations. Theso teachers enIn regular rolled school children classes, and the production of vegetables In back yards and vacant lots was begun. During tho threo years that tho work has been In progress there bus been marked Increaso In the enrollment and the value of tho products of children's homo gardens. Tho actual expenso of gnrden work to tho children, which Includes seeds, tools, fertilizer lu short everything but pay for tho work of the children-tot- als $10,233.45. For on expenditure " on tho pnrt of school boards and the homes of $10,083.55 a total of 1208.- 030.53 was received. school-superviseSchool-directed It Is estimated this year that the I'ngo Four TUB-CITIZE- N Oclobcr 23, 1010, Berea College Hospital Bet Equipment ml Service nt Lowest r, PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES E. r. Dizney, Principal Hats of Latest Creations and Best Styles l'rlrnte Koom, iiatnt. r.iecirtc service. Child-birth- Cot. Ward for Men nd for Women Surgery, Care in Come in and RonKRT , GENERAL Eye, Note and Ear PRACTICE vllt an e tahlithmrnt, which l a friend In need, nnd In reach of all the people. M D., Physician M D l'lirnlclan S. Grant, M. IJ., Physician Harlan Dudlkt, Mil Mim fl. Cowley, Maroart Mak) Nkllir Miller, R.N., L.noacre, H.S., Superintendent Head Nurse CHANGE IN RATES Beginning March l, the rates for board and room of private patient will be $15 to i8 per week. The rates for patients eared for In the wards will remain the same $1 per day. llr Order of Prudential Committee, Berea College LOCAL PAGE NEWS OK BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Scientific horse shoeing, lino iron work and repairs of all descriptions nt the College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citizen nd. Ofllcc. EUGENE MOYNAHAN Attornoy-at-Law Best Blacksmithing subject will be "Manliness and Wo- manliness." Dr. Crafls is a man of wide renown nnd an eloquent speaker. It will be a great privilege to hear him. Students aro ex pected to be present and the public is invited. WANTED. Man past 30 wilh horse and buggy to sell Stock Condition Powder in Madison County. Salary Richmond, Ky. ffO per month. Address 521 South Box 236 Collections, Rentals, and Real Estate. Meridian St, Indianapolis, Indiana. Ofllcc at present with Stephen D Playground at the Public School will be wide open, Saturday, from 2 to C p.rn, for old nnd young of tho town. Let us nil Join in giving the children n good time in healthful, wholesome recreation. The ProgSailors, $2.50 to $4.75 ress Club has arranged Tor super2.50 to 10.00 Dreu Hats, vision. Wllhln tho next thirty days we Tailored Hals, 2.00 to 7.50 will probably have our school building wired for electricity. Come and get one of these On tho3lstfour trees will bo plant- swell hats at these low prices, t I .l i'ii mi It... suiiuiu kiuiiiius, 10 memo- tiif rlalizo the loss of four We., i,nv. BcSt Wahty for Ienst moncy lo the causo of Liberty In tho great - $12.50 to $75.00 Coals; wnr. Tho school will givo some cx- -' 15.00 to 65.00 Suits, orcises appropriate lo tho occasion. 2.50 to 15.00 Skirts, The pio supper and candy salo will be given at the school building Sweaters, all wool, $5, $6, $8 next Monday evening by seventh and eighth grades. Children's hnts a specialty The Busy Bee Club met thls.weck Willi Lueile Bales. Call and be convinced of our, The Principal attended tho Red wonderful bargains. Cross Convention at Lexington last Monday tho 20lh. Miss Scale has resigned to take a position near Kent, Ohio. Miss DeBord will spend tho week end at Level Green with homo folks. children have change of clothing to At this time she sees her slslerVho suit change of weather. The time is on a visit from Utah. between fall and winter is a critl-r- nl The Robinson Hospital is still on one for the child. Ward off guard for good health. Don't stay mid by observing good health hab- away from school unles our doc tors advise it. See to it that the , Supporting the Government are supporting the government by V membership 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. I - Mrs. Eva Walden Berea National Bank MEMORIAL SERVICE I'arrish. 12t UNION CHURCH PRINTED NEWSPAPER STATEMENT ABOUT Don't forget the memorial service at the Baptist church on October 31, Doctor Hutchins' topic next Sunday morning at eleven in Union Baker & Logsdon, Dentists Ofllcc Hours from 8 to 5. Church will be, "Adjustment to EnTelephone No. 3. Berea, Ivy. vironment." On Thursday evening the Annual Meeting of the Church will be held. All friends and at L. & N. TIME TABLE tendants will be welcomed. Ncfthbound No. 313:38 a. m. Train BIRTHS Train No. 3812:50 p. m. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Grant Huff, No. 32 5:20 p. m. Train on October 20th, a son. It has been Southbound named Allen Lowen. No. 31 I2:4G a. m. Train Born to Dr. and Mrs. Harlan Dud Train No. 3312:25 p. m. ley, on October 10th, a son. It has Train No. 37 1:10 p. m. been named Porter Harlan. . Mrs. II. F. Dizney and little son, Charles Franklin, of Sweden, Ky, Millinery" at best only meant lo call your attention to our store and invile you to visit us. When you call we will convince you that our milliner; is fully up lo our promises. We will please you if you arc "pleas-abl" Our prices mean a great saving lo you as we" are doing business on a reasonable basis fair to our customers is e. pastor of the Presbyterian church of Richmond, will bo tical high school in Berea. The pleasant social hour that foltin' spoakor. There will be special lowed was enjoyed by all. music. After this sorvico trees will be planted on the School Public grounds in memory of the following buys: Clovoland Cady Frost, We are in position John B. Gabbard, John C Harwood, to care for your ami on the grounds of the Public needs in SrhiHil at Middletown in memory of De0 Walker, Gentry Kennedy. Cleaning Pressing WOMAN'S CLUB at 2 p.m. Dr. Telford, New Coal Dealer Having bought out the coal business formorly ownod by Mr. Hallos Wilson, I am prepared to serve nil his customers and all new onas, at the same location' on IVpoi StreeL Wo will deliver promptly to nil ports of the city. Give us a call or phono No. Gt. Announcement DON'T FORGET YOUK CLOCK Tho Daylight Savings Law pro vides that the clocks bo set back to tho old time on the last Sunday in October at two o'clock in the morn ing. Next Sunday then we return to the original Standard Time. Wc supposo that this will be an occasion of great rejoicing thruout the Dr. Margaret S. Grant is attend- whole country. The law has pering Hie meeting of iho Mississippi haps been tho most unpopular law Valley Medical Association in Louis- of recent times in our country. Remember this when you start to ville this week. go to Annville Sunday School and Church. Dr. Cowley will next Monday to hold a clinic at the Annville Institute. Miss Sara Houk, a student of the SEASON College Department of last year, has At Laura Jones' boon spending a few days in Berea willi rolativos and friends. Miss Lillian Smith, who has a position in Hazard, spent the wcek-on- d Our in town with her mother and have heen spending a few days at the home of E. F. Dizney. Mr. and Mrs. Albert II. Keller announce the birth of Marvin Spang-l- er Keller on October 3, 1919, at Grayson, Ky. Mrs. Keffer will bo remembered as Miss Carrie Spang-lc- r. Tho regular of the Wom;m'sClub was held at the Club Room, on Jackson street, Wednesday afternoon, October 15. After the business meeting, Mrs. F. Dean gave a paper on The semi-monthly Repairing Altering or Dyeing LadicB' work solicited. J. S. Gott Beren Kentucky Laundry Agency in Connection. A New Real Estate Firm If and fair to ourselves. plffylt Mrs. Jennie B. Fish nanial Wrtlf upcllal 11U111.C lr ; t Modern Method Schools of the United Slates. Moderate Prices iiien .Mrs. l. v. uouge gave ono on The Folk High School of Denmark. SHOP Tho discussions that followed MODEL E. Q. WALKER, Mer. showed that the women were moro Main & Center enthusiastic than ever for n prac- - Phone 191 KllnnMnn find FWivnlnnninnl nf (hrt you are interested in PRESS Real Estate in Rockastle County, either buying or selling farms SALE SALE Friday, October 24 Mid-Season Mxrr I'ickford offers the firt production from Jierowtiitiullos, of whIMi hermother U Biulneu Manager, a an example of the quality of plmtortl.ns hrr frirnU may expect fro i tier In the future She paid o,ioo for the Mury alone .She is any prodm ing company and u ruponsiMe to the puldlc not 'jntrolled only fur the claw uf entertainment he Tho lijtrilntlin of her firslthrei-ph.iwilt e i andled by l llh 1 IKSI" NATIONAL uf theatre wide EXHIBITORS' t IRl'l IT, Inr , a owners de. 'e.i the e urag'' ent of better pi- turn na-loii NO'rCE To the Taxparors You nro requested and directed to sco me at my ofllco or my doputy, J. II. Arnott, nt Arnett it Sons Store in Heron nnd givo In your tax list on or before October 31. HBN It. POWELL Tax Commissioner Madison Co. ad.-1- 8. or town property, please see CHILDRESS & SMITH Headquarters, Drodhead, Ky. sisters. Spence, a former resident of Berea for a number of years, has bcoii spending several days in town with friends. Miss Francos Cooks, a student of the Collego Department two years ago, has recently returned to resume her work in the department, Jaokson Robertson has recently returned lo Berea to tako a position with the Woodwork Department of Mrs. E. M. Great Sale j Begins We have a big line of pattern hats from Cleveland. Cincinnati and Louisville. All will be reduced to TOR SALE F. L. MOORE'S -' I Actual Cost for this sale. We have just returned from Cincinnati with a the College. line of SPECIAL BARGAINS bought Fiddlers' Contest and Enlcrtain-nion- t, late in the wholesale house and Masonic Hall, Kingslon, Ky of course at a bargain price. A October 31. ?25.00 in cash prizes. BARGAIN to me means ONE to Begins at 7:00. Auspices of King- you. It will be to your advant slon Lodge. age 10 come eany 10 mis saie WashingDr. Two boar pigs, seven months old, out of n sow that cost $250.00, she by Gorsdalo Jonas, tho boar that sold for ?0,C00 at public auction. I'igs by son of Giant Duster, tho most noted Poland China iif America. Will sell for S 10.00 each if taken soon. .Mrs. James Fowler, n. 1, Hpx 115, Herea, Ky. Whnt-a-Hust- Jewelry Store FOR First Clau Repairing AND Fine Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. GOING! GOINGII GONEI1I are many of tho farms nnd town proportion that wo had for sale, but wo listed more last week; ami some real bargains in the lot. If you are in tin marKel for n place, come nnd see them before they nre sold. We need more properly to- - sell. If you want to sell your farm or town property at a reasonable price, wc would be glad (o list it and sell it for you, but wo do not guar-nute- o Delicious values, as we want to sell property worth tho money. .See Mr. Dean nt Herea Hank nnd Trust Company. , Catch Ilenidon anywhere you can, He'll Sell you House and Lot or Land As Cheap ns any living Man For Cash or Installment Plan. Come on to Dean & Herndoir, Wilbur F. Crafts, of ton, I). C, who is in the State of Kentucky speaking on tho Prohibi- We Sell ss tion Amendment, will givo an in tho Collego Chapel on Thursday, October 30, at 9:30. His for first choice. ROOSEVELT'S 0WH LETTERS Hats and Sell Then Right JOHN FOX'S Last Novel HENRY VAN DYKE In Every Number Mrs. Laura Jones Quality-Cloth-es important features in Are three of the SCRIBNER'S Subicrib for th ytar now through your local agint or ttnj $4,00 to 597 Fifth Ave., New York Cilr MAGAZINE The Event Of The Year! THE SEALE THEATRE Scribner't Magazine Shoes and Two Days and Nights, Nov. 5 and 6 Mary Pickford in "Daddy Lonf Legs" Jean Webster's celebrated play, the love story of an Incomparably the in 7 reels. orphan. A greatest Pickford picture ever made. Scenes that will rack you with laughter, scenes that will touch your heart. super-attractio- n New Repair Shop Wc have the most modern machinery, and are prepared to do your shoe repairing promptly by the most method. Hats J. M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut Street Berea, Kentucky Bring U Your Old Shoes and Have Them Made Nevy at REASONABLE PRICES Located in the Cornelius Building on Short Street, Herea, Kentucky PRICES tax; Matinees: 25c plus war tax; Children 15c plus war Nigkts: 50c plus war tax, Children 25c plus war tax. Ladies and children are urged to attend Matinees to avoid night crowds. THE RAPID SHOE REPAIRING SHOP F. E. Riddle, Manager October 2.1, 1010. THK CITIZEN OHIO VALLEY HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION Pago Fivj BOONE TAVERN "The mott home-lik- e and attractive hotel In Kentucky." Beren College Management. First Class, Moderate Rates. For Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists On the 'Dixie Highway The Citizen A family Newipapcr for all that It right true, and Interesting vt ry Ttiurd I'ubllihul at Itr-- , Kr. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Incor pof aiedt WM. G. FKOST. Edilor-ln-CM- .f Subscription Ratet I'AYAIILK IN ADVANCE On. Year Hlx Month Thrre Month. tl.WI Kft . M fcnd monrjr liy rottinre or xrma Monpy Ordrr. Draft, KtorLtcn-- Lrltrr, or una aiu) two rant lUmpo. Tha lUt after your name on Ubl thowa to what data your aukacriptkm (a paid. If It la not changM within thrra wtvka afur renewal notify Mining numlwra will In (ladly iupplll If wa are notlfltal. Utirral terms itren to any who obtain new forue. Any one aendinr us four yearly aubMrtptiona can receive The Citlten free for one year. I Anrertlalniratea on application. na. KEEP COMMUNITY BUILDINGS Ono result of neighborhood and ooniinuiilly nclivily during tli war HOWARD TAYLOR ABLY lias been the increasing" desire in DESCRIBES "Y" WORK many regions to make this work Mr. Howard K. Taylor's address In permanent. To this end certain the Christian Church Monday night neighborhoods are preparing lo acwas one of the most stirring adquire buildings originally creeled dresses that has been heard in Richfor other purposes and transform mond from an overseas man, and communily centers. Other thorn Into made a fine impression upon the have temporarily towns which large audience gathered to hear maintained headquarters for solhim. diers camping in their vicinity proHe had a story to lell and it was pose to make theso hoadifuarlors well (old. In simple, forceful speech pormanenl and broaden the scope of he related his experiences during thulr service to llio lionellt of all. the 18 months be served as a "Y" An Interesting feature of tio moveman in overseas work, depicting ment is llio construction of commugraphically both the humorous and nity houses as memorials lo the solIhe pathetic side of his experienco diers who died in tho Oroat War. in a way (hat provoked both (ears Many of the eoinmunity buildings and laughter. Richmond Daily Reg. aro designed for the uso of farmers is! er. Bonds." and their families on businoss visits (ovenim-n- t. A very inlcrosling Chapel service These new Savings Certificates to the oil -. according to information reaching the I'mlcd Status are the most appealing securities was held oii"Saturday morning. Afever offered by the Government. ter the devotions Miss Ada May Department of Agriculture. Tho Unite' States has como out They are in denominations of $100 Cromwell of Jolt, Ky one of llio of llio world war stronger finan- and 51,000, bear interest at tho rale members of the Ohio Historical As cially, economically, socially, than of four percent compounded quar- sociation, gave some wholesomo ad- -' terly, and to all intents and pur- vice to those who fail lo And lho any oilier of (he major nations. and inspiring in thrv Vet even lo the United States lliero poses aro exemirt from taxation. beautiful lias been left a herilage of acute They may be redeemed at any time commonplace things about Ihcnv problems pressing rolentlessly upon two months after purchaso by giv- but long J to spend all their! . Ihe public mind for answer. Never "B ten days notice. 'Ihey can time in travel and tho study of Ihe within tho memory of two genera- - "ever depreciate below par, for they masters of art and poetry. She was lions havo the people of this conn bear on their face llio value at any followed by Prof. John H. Cox, of the University of West Virginia, try boon so resolved to meet cur given date before maturity. who told a folklore story. The rent issues squarely, o dclermined 10 Und solution for thoso problems NARROW GAP OCTOBER 20, 1919 Professor is an adept at this art and whJoh are oppressing them, and to Meeting was held at all would gladly havo listened to An All-Dbring about a betler social and ec- -, Narrow flap last Sunday, (lie Rev. him all day. Howard Hudson conducting it. At onomiu condition. OBJECT TO VACCINATION It is a situation in which the II o'clock Rev. J. O. Lehman, tho "No timo or sympathy lenders of public thought and nc- - editor of The Citizen, preached Ihe should lion business men, thoughtful wo- - sermon, nnd Rev. Penniman assist--inu- n, be wasted upon those parents of men and women of Influonce in cd in the service At noon a botin-ovo- ry Mercer County Who refuse to have sphere nnd line of work toons basket dinner was served, their children vaccinated against wiiiist assort, their leadership. This Tho afternoon was ono of especial smallpox in accordance with tin is no time lo theorize. II is time , interest. Prof. Haird and Rev. Pen-t- o orders of tho County Board of do something. nimaii gave addressos, and tho Rev. Health. If this vaccination were in Tho root of this condition of the R. I), llutchins preached the afler-puTil- Ic the form of an experiment, the efmind lies in tho cost of liv- - noon sermon. His discourse on (ho fect of which upon tho health of the ing. It is (Ills that has led to the theme "llxcuso for Not Being a children were unknown or doubtful, Several oslnbllshiiienl of that unforluimle Christian." duels wcro Ihe situation would bo entirely dif- proeessloirln which wages for in- - sung by Misses Henry and Haloy, ferenl, but as the mailer; now' stands dividual labor, pushing up and up, which wero greatly appreciated, there is no excuse for .the recalei-- tt anoy that would keep the health have bcoif constantly and Inovltably Prof. Righy was present and sang. r of all the children of the county in OUUIrlppcd by the pricos of tho risk merely to gratify a o.itifi'niodllios NOTICE which thoso wogoj ' nnnftbiiy. The merchants and others of Bc- - notion fostered, no doubt, by some Unfortunate, this process Is cajlcd, te, will jilcaso tako notico that my fanatical society or individual. because it does not accomplish and houso runs no accounts that we . "Tho news from Harrodsliurg sas the objectors to the vaccination or- -i never can accomplish any perinan- - "pay as wo go." out readjustment of ihe condition c. Ballow (Berea Holcl) 'tier have received much mail and many commendations from all, points. So much Ihe worse for! base who commend such action-Thmerits of vaccination against smallpox have been established thru a long course of practice, and vacor Inoculation against cination many other diseases has been taken up of lato years with marked sucf Vapomcntha cess." -l- .ousville Times, Believes " ay pig-head- ed which il seeks to remedy. Its only possible consequence can be an interruption of llio processes of production, which must indubitably cause , not an improvement, in, but an ai'cenlunllou of the ill. Tor what is il that really underlies ibis public unrest? II is not that shoes now crisl twelve dollars where they once cost six, nor that food stuffs bao doubled in price. This is already generally admitted. The public will gladly pay these prices, provided that tliey can pay tlioin and still have proportionately as much left, after the necessities of life havo been provided, as they used to have. 11 is a question, nut of the cost of living, but of the margin between the cost of living and the amount earned. "In a word it is a quoslion of thrift thrift in production which will lend to increase individual earnings and thrift in consumption, winch by a prevention .of useless destruction of goods will tend to inceraso the general supply of goods and reduce prices to the consumer," says a statement issued by a Treasury Department official. "And this applies nut to any special group or class, but to every man, Woman and child in America. It applies (o the manufacturer and the arlizau, lo the housewife and the school child. Above all, it applies to those in positions of leadership, for it is to thfin (hat the country looks for example. Practice and encourage thrift, systematic saving and regular iiivestmcid in some safe security like War Savings Stamps, Treasury Savings Certificates, nad Tho meeting of tho Ohio Valley Historical Association was held in Berea, as planned, October ICtli, to 18th. Although the attendance was not large, nearly every Slato included in Dm Association was represented by two or moro members. The program as published In The Citizen was carried out and the papers and addresses wcro of high character. They will all bo published later in llio Proceedings of tho Association, At the business meeting Saturday niornlng the following oillccrs were elected for tho ensuing year: President, Dr. W. If. Slebert, of tho Uni versity of Ohio; Secrclary-Trcasur-e- r, Prof, lllizabcth Crowlhcr, of tho Western College for Women, Ox ford, Ohio. Mr. Clifford Myers, or Charleston, W. Vn, was elected n member of llio Executive Committee in Ihe place of Dr. II. S. Grocn. The visiting guests were much pleased with Ihe meeting and with the entertainment while here, nnd count It one of llio best the Association has ever held. Many new members were added (o the Society, which is a good proof of its interest. The exact place of meeting for next year was left willi the Kxecu-liv- e Commillee, but according lo rotation, it will be In Ohio, and possibly in Columbus, as an invitation was received from Hint place. Correct Styles of Ladies' Garments "fe--, ' ' B. E. Belue RED CROSS NEWS Mrs. 11. K. Taylor, Miss Ella English, E. P. Dizncy, B. Piclder, and M. E. Vaughn were among tho 250 representatives of Kentucky Red Cross chapters at tho State conference of Red Cross workers in Lexington, October 21 and 22. ' & Company ' ice Richmond, Kentucky tetics, completion of the aid to men and tho extension of homo service to families of civilians as well, organization for communily betterment and tho enlistment of children in the Junior Red Cross. Tho demonstrations on tho second day were very interesting and helpful. Luncheon both days wa3 delicious. The Lexington Chapter was hostess on llio second day at Ihe Country Club. One district, No. 7, Federal Board for Vocational Education has over 1,200 men in training now. Many more in this district are being considered. FINED On Monday FOR DISORDER Dr. Livingston Farrand, national head of the American Red Cross and other national and division oillcials explained tho Red Cross peace timo program and urged a hearty response To tho Third Red Cross Roll Call, November Chapter representatives at the conference will carry o every corner of the Slate plans for future Red Cross activities as outlined by Dr. Farrand. This national peace program includes disaster and emergency relief, an extensive Red Cross public health nursing service, instruction in first aid, home hygiene and die 2-- night Oliver Currith-er- s, who bad been deputized by the Town Marshall to preserve order on the campus was serving in that capacity when Wade Coyle resisted his authority, refusing to stand back out of the way of the passing .crowd and making an improper about a young lady. ritlicrs proved himself lo bo too ,much for Coyle. On Tuesday" morning Coylo was brought before tho Police Magistrate and tried. Ho was .found guilty and fined twenty doldollars lars and costs, or twenty-si- x and forty cents. The following is quoted from tho statutes of the State, IV, Section 1277: "Every person who shall smoke or use a cigarctto in ,any school building, or any building or such parts thereof as may bo used for school purposes, or upon school grounds, whilo children aro assembled there for lawful purposes, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction, shall bo punished for each offense, by a fine not less than ono nor moro than fivo dollars." This law will be enforced. ark Sub-divisi- on i The Best Insurance Against Influenza 1 Prominent Educator That Is A Sure Preventive INTER-SUNDA- Y SCHOOL TRACK MEET Dr. R. M. Brame, discoverer of, oinentha Salvo penetrates tho pores The Sunday Schools of Berea are Bramo's Vapomcntha Salve, has a of tho skin, relieving congestion, at! milling to hold a meet on letter from C. C. Wright, Supcrin- -' tho samo timo healing vapors arise Monday, October 27. track will begin It tondent of tho Wilkes County, N. G, and are breathed through tho mouth al I :(K) and close at 0:00. The events Public Schools, in which ho says: and nose, loosening tho phlegm and! boys and for "Wo havo used Bramo's Vapomcntha causing tho patient lo brcatho frco-l- y. consist of races for girls; relay races for primary scholSalvo for nearly all tho ills for Its absoluto reliability is eviars, for tho four Sunday Schools; which il is prescribed and havo al- -, denced by dozens of unsolicited ways secured satisfactory results., testimonials. Bramo's Vapomcntha races for lady teachers, for men teachers, for tho four superintendIf used in tune It lias never failed Salvo will relieve pneumonia, infiu-onz- a, grippo, pleurisy, bronchitis, ents; n bicycle race, ono half mile; ,10 break up colds, usually tho fore runner of Urippc, Iniiucnza and whooping cough, catarrh, asthma,' tug of war; and others. Baseball games aro scheduled. Pneumonia. . . I speak from per- - tonsilitis, hay fover and inflamma- -, and volley ball Light refreshments will bo served. T lielinvn if thin Rfinnl nliqnrvnflnn. . . ....w... lion of tho skin. t I I I 11 II- Vapomcntha is applied externally, Tho Graded School will closo at it, vrm lucpuruuuu- is usou in iiwu II ...111 provent tho dovclopment of pnoumo-iii- a and it will not stain tho clothes, as noon for tho day, so that all may anticipated. In ovory Instance, if used ac- other salvos do. No homo should attend. A lino timo is All aro invited to come. cording to directions." cer bo without it. Buy It from Theso strong statements aro fully your druggist or direct from tho Justified by tho rcmarkablo recov- Bramo Drug Co., North Wilkesboro, eries that follow. Bramo's Vapo-montThere should be at least one nest small bottle costs aoo; a Salvo is applied freely N. C A for each four or five liens, and they over tho chest and throat and in- much larger one, containing six thould be kept clean and well supplied with nest material. serted In each nostril. Bramo's Yap- - times as muoh, Jl.J20r-A- dv. ' ha Why We Handle United States Tires Because they're good tires. Because we KNOW they're good tires. Because our experience has taught us that they will satisfy and gratify our customers. There are United States Tires for every need of price or use We can provide exactly the ones for your car. United States Tires are Good Tires Boone Tavern Garage Berea, Kentucky Pago Six " niB-.cu'izn- N Oclobcr 23, 1010. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Investigator Conducted by Mr. Kobert F. Spcnce, Farm Demonstrator and Special ROCKCASTLE COUNTY SCHOOL AND AGRICULTURAL FAIRS Mr. Robert F. Spcnce, County Demonstrnlor, was busy In Rock, castle County last week. Ho per ionally visited a large number of SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE Berea's HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dlzney, Dricctor o(Home Science Orange Marmalade lbs. oranges, 3 lemons, I 14 pints walcr, 3 lbs. sugar. Wash, remove tho peel and seeds. culling one-ha- lf of tho peel Into very thin strips, and add it to the pulp and balance of tho peel, which has llrst had tho yellow portion prated off and has passed thru a food chopper with tho pulp. Cover with walcr and let stand over night. Next morning, boll for 10 minutes, nllow to stand for 12 hours, ndd sugar and let stand ovcr night. Cook rapidly next morning until it Jells. Pour Into sterilized Jars and cover w ilh parallne. Tomato Preserves 1 lbs. U oz ginger. fruit Vj lemon 0 lbs. sugar 2 qts. water oz. cinnamon. Boil water, sugar, lemon and spic es for 15, minutes. Add fruit gradually and cook gently until it becomes bright and clear. Pour Into trays and allow lo stand over night. Pack cold In glasses or jars and prfnr the syrup ovcr Ihem. (Tho syrup lmuld be cooked down until it l very thlrk.L Small green or red tomatoes may be preserved wholo by tho same process. .1 to bo used extravagantly. Very largo crop yields can bo so cured by using more fertilizer, more labor, and nioro expense In other Vocational Schools ways. Hut It Is easily possiblo to 1st Door Training that adds to your money-earnin- g power, combined with go so far in trying to incrcaso general education. schools and created lnlercst in tbo yields as to mako tbo crop unpront FOR YOUNO MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, PrintCommunity Fairs, wlicro wore ex- - nblc. Most farmers arc not grow ing, Commerce and Telegraphy. lilbilcd Home, School, Garden and ing miilo as largo crops as hcir FOR YOUNO LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, Farm products. Then on Friday conditions warrant. As the cdun Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. tbo exhibits winning first, second try grows older and the population and third prizes at these fairs wero' increases, it will pay gradually to Door Foundation School hroiiKht o Ml. Vernon and the ncreaso crop yields ny more in Judging began. On Saturday morn - , tensive methods. General Education for those lot far advanced, combined with some farmer is care inf, at 8 o'clock tho County Fairf Tlio profit-makivocational training. No mailer what your present advancement, opened. It was a Red Lcttor Day.ful not to resort to radical or un we can put you with other like yourself and give chance for most rapid Improvement for Rockcastle County. Tho ex- - duly expensive methods In incrcas-pcctalioof tho most enthusiastic ing his crop yields. Ho follows a Door wero far surpassed. Tho exhibits conservative system in soil build English Academy Course pleased everybody. No ono had Ing. Work in removing stones, For those who are not expecting to teach and who are not going thought that tbo large number of slumps, and thickets is doho when thru College and desire more general education. It also gives line exhibits could bo brought to- - over Ihcro is an opportunity dup the bost general education for thoso who wish a good start in gclbcr from that county. Even tho, ing temporary slack periods In tho study and expect to carry it on by themselves. County Agent himself was sur- - season, especially during mild win prised, for it had gone far beyond, ter weather when tho soil does not Door Normal School what ho had expected. One leading "permit of regular field work. A few This gives excellent training for thoso who expect to teach. Tbo citizen said that tho affair was acres are thus improved each sea courses aro so arranged' that young people can teach through tho worth moro to tho county than son with tho regular farm labor summer and fall and attend school through tho winter and spring, capacity Farm Agent's salary for five years. force. The thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. ' of tho soil is further increased by legumes, lime tho consistent uso of BEREA AGRICULTURAL FAIR Door Academy Course stone, commercial fertilizers, and For a number of years wo havo This is tne straight road to College best training In Mathematics, use of manure. Large yields had an Agricultural Fair at Bcrea. tbo Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The nre tho ideal of every good farmer Last year it was called off on acAcademy is now Berea's largest department not largo yields alone, but rather count of the Influenza and war conby economical methods ditions. This year wo are all dis- largo yields Door College v. V. .Mcnoiis appointed in not having it becauso mis is mo crown or the wnote institution, ana provides sunu&ro of many reason?. KENTUCKY CROP REPORT courses in all advanced subjects. Last July we started plans for an Crops as a whole are under aver Agricultural and School Fair for A Temporary Raiio in Board is forced by war conditions. For age, due to lato spring and poor County, through tho Rockcastle twenty-fiv- e years the board has remained the same in Berea, but the Tho,. drouth conditions. ,. Tearbers' Institute. These I.lirS .irrowlmr . . every e the ci, unusual situation in which on wholo country finds Itself now makes parii ui ine oiiuc were to bo held in each school dis- nas anocieu impossible for us to live, the samo money as we have in the past and while some of the lato maturing it trict, October 10, and at tho County All students do some work with their hands from six to six corn crop is not up to normal teen hours a week as Janitors or in tho farm, carpenter shop, printon, October 18, County Agricultural 'be The estimated average yield of corn ing office, laundry, boarding hall, oftlce, etc., and receive pay which and School Fair was to be held. this year is 23 bushels per aero as reduces their expenses. This plan for Rockcastle County compared with 25 bushels average . .I young man or young woman ran get an education -- r Any i. ,1,1 u ii i : ..3 ,.u...a,.Uu ...uwi auumiui ui , ,0,8 ycar at Berea if there is tho will to do su. as0 ' Mm iAilnltf . rnnf Hint llMlrt limn mb fc.t ouaiity js given at 85 per cent PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent V The estimated productions for Ibo ' Agricultural Fair this year. A full stnlo acording to above estimates by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: report of the Rockcastle County .mM ,)( soincthlng ovcr 77 mmion Expenses for Boys ociiuui iiiiu .igricuiiurui rair "in j)(sj1(, ' ACADEMY VOCATIONAL AND be found in Mt. Vernon Signal this Tho final estimate on wheal make SCHOOLS AND NORMAL rOUNDATIOM CULLIOI week and The Citizen next week. per acre Incidental Fee an average of 105 bushel S 0.00 5.00 7.00 Next year will bo Berea' ti;.., for or a total estimated production of 0.50 0.50 050 Room an Agricultural Fair. Wo hope 10,983,000 bushels. This is consider15.73 15.75 15.75 Hoard, 7 weeks that wo can make it a School and ably less than lasi year, but while . 29.23 Amount due September 17, 1919 27.25 2$"5 an Agricultural Fair for all oi tho s,lato creage was increased, the 13.50 BoanC 0 weeks, due October 29 13.50 . 1350 All production averaged 2 bushels less Madison County. Southern schools will be asked to take part Lpjy&cre this year '$52.75 $51.75 Total for Term .'10.75, io . Condition of Hurley Tobacco is " for. Girls, Expenses given at75 per cent with an esti S'5.00 $ 0.00 t 7.00 THE BIGGEST CROP NOT ALWAYS mated average yield of 708 pounds Incidental Fco 0.50 050 050 THE MOST PROFITABLE per acre with about 75 per cent of Room 1 1.00 1UK) 5.00 Condition of Dark Board, 7 weeks Largo crop yields do nol neces- crop boused. 2050 2750 Amount duo September 17, 1919 2550 sarily nay. Inexperienced persons tobacco Is 81 per cent and an csti- 12.00 12.00 Board, 6 weeks, duo October 29 12.00 are apt to overestimate tho impor- -j mated average yield of 705 pounds tance of largo returns per acre. Per acre with 07 per cent of the $3950 $3850 .7$37.50 Total for Term Good farm managers know that crop housed. The total number of oeonqmy in tho use of teams, labor, pounds of all tobacco produced is This does nol include tho fourdollars deposit nor money for books and machinery is just as necessary given on tho preliminary estimate Corner rooms $1.00 more. or laundry. economy in land. Tho uso of tho to bo 113,801,000 pounds as Hemp is an especially short crop, land is less than tho toSpecial Expenses In Addition to Incidental Fee laslntis tal cost of raising a crop of pota- with small acreage, and tho few U'inltr Fall estimates received on this would in- Stenography and Typewriting toes; less than one-fif- th $12.00 $13.00 that of 511.00 raising a crop of oats; and only dicate a light yield. 12.00 13 00 11.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) Yield of potatoes is indicated to Bookkeeping (brief course) of the cost of raisabout one-thi0.00 C.50 550 ing a crop of hay. A profit in pro- bo 595 bushels per aero with con Business course for students ducing any crop is made only when dilion given at 72 per cent, indicat la other departments: 8.25 Stenography the cost of producing that crop is ing a production of 5,105,000 bushels less than it sells for. It is true that Hi is year, while sweet potatoes yield Typewriting, with one hour's good crop yields usually help to re- is. estimated at 91 bushels per acre C50 550 600 use of instrument Com. Law., Com. Geog Com. duce tho cost of production, but avorago with condition of 87 per 1. 05 1.95 1.60 phenomenal or spectacular yields cent, indicating a Stale production Arlth or Penmanship, each.. are apt to cost too much, being in of 1,092,000 bushels. In no case will special Business Fees exceed $1.00 per week. Grasses show as follows: many cases obtained at the expendiHluo Grass, 69 per cent; Clover, ture of too much labor and fertiIf it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be lizers. Both labor - and fertilizers 08 per cent; Orchard Grass, 80 per in school the full year, by all means they should enter for a course dur cent; Alfalfa, 75 per cent. aro too expensive in this country Third cutting of alfalfa averaged ing tho winter and spring terms. The public schools will close about Christmas and the teachers 1.02 ton per acre. Pastures aro dry, but havo grcally and advanced pupils should not be idle through the long winter CINCINNATI MARKETS. months but should be studying in Berea where tho best education can improved the last month. Hay and Grain. Stock water is scarce in many bo gotten for least money. Corn No. 2 wliito $1.4301.40. No. i localities. vCondilion of live stock yellow $1.4401.15, No. 3 yellow $1,420 is given at 88 per cent Applicants must bring or send a testimonial Ihowing that they ari 1.44, No. 2 mixed $1.4301.41, No. Z The acreage planned for fall above 15 years old, .in good health and of good character. This may bi mixed $1.4101.43, white ear $1,430 1.43, yellow ear $1.4301.43. wheat is only 75 per cent and with sinned br some former Berea stndtnt in oood standing or some reliable Sound liny Timothy per ton, new but liltlo seeding' done.' This is teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. $23.50 028.30. clover mixed $21023, about thirty-thre- e per cent less than For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, clover $27032. last year's acreage. Reports would Oats No. 2 white 78074e, No. S indicalo that 11 per cent of acreage MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. white 73 073c, No. 2 mixed 730 planned has been sown October 1st. ISMc, No. 3 mixed 7273c. Tho preliminary estimate on acre- Rye, bus 85,552,000 Butter, Eggs and Poultry. age of ryo is 89 per cent, which is 90,183,000 Production 1918 HAS PRETTY EFFECT Butter Whole milk creumery extrai the same as last year. 17,990,000 Buckwheat, bus 07c, centralized creamery extras C3V4c, about Whilo wheat acreago is material17.182,000 firsts 02c, seconds 01c, fancy dalrj Production 1918 ly cut, seeding is still in progress. Irish Potatoes, bus C5c. 350,070,000. Eggs Kxtrn tlrsts 58c, firsts 57c, or- Many farmers aro seeding lo ryo and I'rouuction iuiu iouioo.ow dinary firsts Me. barley for cover crops. More and Sweet Potatoes, bus. ... 99,513,000 Live Poultry Fryers, over 2 lbs hioro ground limestono is being 80,331,000 Production 1918 20c; broilers, 1U lbs and over 83c t used as tho farmers realize fully 1,278,002,000 Tobacco, lbs fowls, 4 lbs and over, 29c; under 3V4 tho value of its application to our 1,310.019,000, Production 1918 lbs 24c; roosters 18c. soils. 150,721,000 Apples (total), bus ?0.27; 5 lbs. sugar, .55; 3 lemons, .10; total, $0.02. Amount made was 3 pints. about 30 cents per pint. Cost When you begin to uso stoves for heating your home can you answer 'yes." Do you uso safely matches? Aro floors under stoves protected 2nd Berea's ng ns ( 3rd Berea's . 4th Berea's with tile, slone, brick, concreto or metal so as to provent them taking fire from tho beat. Aro walls, ceilings nnd partitions similarly prolcctcd, in all places whero thoy would bo oxposcd to high lompcralurcs in tho event of overheating of stoves or furnace? Aro ashes deposited in metal receptacles and vrcmoved from Ibo building weekly? . Aro chimneys built on (ho ground, not on brackets? Aro they in good repair? Havo Hues been cleaned for winter? crop-yieldi- ng 5th Berea's Preparatory Berea 6th . 1 able-bodi- . ed A i i.,Tl(, j Aro stovepipes passing thru partitions properly protected? Also pipes passing thru nllics, closets, or unused rooms whero thoy may coma In contact with anything combustible? Hnvo you any llro extinguishers? Do all members of tho family understand llielr operation? Do you know where the nearest Out as worked out by class in llro alarm box U? The telephono foods in Collego Department number of the Firo Department? Cost of Orange Marnialado Do you know thai in turning in 12 orange, $0.00; 12 lemons, Af); nn nlnrm, It Is always necessary to 2314 lbs. sugar, ?2.50; total-cos- t pull down Ibo hook, oven though J3(5. 83 bell rings when you open tho alarm Amount made was 12 L. Cost box? per pint about 15 cents. Forecast Magazme. Cost of Green Tomato Preserves : One nock of creen tomatoes 12 lemons, 0.10; 1 lb. raisins, .20; 0 Community Kitchen Un. sugar. .00;. ioU ?IJ0. Open Saturday p. m, 1:30. Amount made wn 5 quarts. Cost Baked Bonus, per pint 10c. per pinrt, about 2i.crnl.". 8c. Brown Broad, per loaf. Cost of Ripe Tomato Proserves Put your order In by noon. Fri3e, day, October 21. Nino pound of tomatoes -- ' 1 one-ten- th rd 3 end left the bondholders, the states, counties nnd townxhlpx, their bonds on Construction of Freak Highways their bniidt nnd only n scrap heap ol Should Be Stopped Permanency bad roads to show for them. These Should De Sought. freak nxuK hnd they been offered on s the stock exchanges with only Ji J. Hill, In n speech In Minnens security would not have sold apolis, Jnnunry 23, 1910. nld: "If the for one cent on the dollnr. They nrt proliletn of the niilronil terminals be built on the credit of the states, counneglected for the next live years ns ties nnd tnwni.hlpH 'through which It him f(r the lust ten. It will Might they pnssed. This at tho rate of two every form of activity by imralyzlng hundred inllllnnn of dollnrs per year. A Fpeeil of 150 miles an hour on the the whole trmle." V. C. Brown, president of the New bench at Dnytnnii, Kin., wns made last York Central linen, vnld November 5, Lincoln's birthday, n rate of speed 11)12: "If enn nre kept In motion nt which the locomotive tins never been Anything beyond a the average pecd of freight trains nt able to reach. nt present time, they would make on three-totrnck load Is more than a the nverage four times the mileage frenk highway can safely carry, while they do now. The trouble Is the cars, the ordinary normal load nf the freight ns a rule, nre held longer to load nnd car on Its rallrond Is 50 tons. If these unload than the time Involved in tho few things could be combined In the nctu.nl movement of the enru" that Is, hlKhwny nbsenre of terminal, a rate tho terminal hod the railroad by the of spead beyond that nf the rallrond tonnage equal tc n throat nnd wn clinking that of the railroad, a coxt nf tho upnf Its elllclency nut of it. The prediction of 11111 wns abolutely correct. keep U'm than that of tho railroad A period of nrute congestion In railthis would multiply our present meant road transportation hud n I ready yet In of transportation seven or eight tlmei and give this country n prosperity dun Ing the next dozen years such ns w havo never even drenmed of. Wi want to change our form of hlghwnj construction over night nnd put out highway securities on the stock exchanges nnd not our highways on thi lllgliwny stocks ani dump limp, bonds bused on the value of this prop highway will pay I higher ratu of Interest than tho rail ways ever have, for It will do mud them-selven three-qunrter- .i frclKht-cnrryln- MEET DEMANDS OF TRAFFIC moro work. Good Roads In Arizona. " Assisted by national and forest service appropriations, the state ol Arizona and Its M counties have start ed upon a road Improvement progratr expected to consume ut least $10 000,000. Bond Issue It Answer. Few communities, except thoso hav Ing largo cities In them with n result Ing high valuation, can afford a mod em system of highways and pay ai they go. The only other altcrnatlvi Is to Issue bonds. Motor Truck Adapted to Carrying Farm Produce. Live Stock. Cottle Shippers $10.50014, butchei steers, extra $11.25012. good to to choice $9.500 10.75, common to fall $009; cows extra $9.50010.50, goof U choice $7,300 9.30, common to full $5.5007, cunners $1.5003, stockert Mat. S. Cohen, (0010; heifers, extra $11012, choice $10.23011, common to Commissioner of Agriculture. full Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 8, 1019. UNITED STATES CROP REPORT Apples good Production 1918 (Commcr.), bus. Production 1918 109,911,000 09,531,000 75,172,000 Estimate, October 1, 1919 tho things likely to mako you one. and feeders $0011. Corn, bus 2,900,511,000 hat is, don I make a lot of poor Calves Kxtru $18, fair to good Production 1918 2,582,815,000 land for yourself to tend. That is $12018, common and largo $0011, All Wheat, bus 918,171,000 list certain lo mako you dissatisfied lings sblppei Selected sheavy Production 1018 017,i00,00q with your farm, your Job, your $14.25, good to choice packers and Oats, bus 1,219,521,000 butchers $14.25, medium $13.50014.23, country, and tbo world in general, 1,538,359,000 stags $9010, common una choice heavj ; Production 1918 and lo got you wlicro you aro ready , ..1 .... ; I) l.i.o tat trni'y IllM" lli'lit clif tmnrs 1 to begin blowing up things. pics (110 lbs and less) $0012. J pr0(juction 1 Do you want lo bo a Bolshovlk? Of course you don't. Then don't do nnd would have gone to the bitter end of paralyzing every form of activity bad not tho motor tniek, which had no terminals, gone to the rescue. Now at this time, May 1, 1019, nnother thing has got the motor truck by the throat of Its uud Is choking elllclency out of It. This time It Is the dime museum freak construction of our good roiulH, not by tying up the motor truck as the locomotive was tied up In the terminal, but by knock-lu- g It and Its tnillers to pieces, thus cutting short tho life of the rolling Mock, us well ns making It movo slower nnd with not over of a load over the Imperfect Increuslng the cost of motortruck trunxportntlon way beyond what It ought to bo for what tho motor truck does, us well uh limiting the umount It can do wuy down below the normal, writes Frederic J. Nash, In Had these roads New York World. been properly constructed they would have gone to tho sttck exchanges and been bought and sold there, like every three-quarteone-quartBur-face- s, Expert City Planning. essential In advancing city planning everywhere Is to get a definite plan, then make It known In order to get the necessary legislation and 11 tm nd nl support to put It through. Cities should mako n plan and develop It piecemeal. That Is, It should bo like a building with a Solid foundation with five or six stories on It, but solid enough to curry 20 stories. but Tho plan should bo complete, need not all bo presented at once, nor should tho efforts In currying It out bo sporadic or haphazard. An authority recently urged the securing of expert turent to direct city planning for the Interest of hit, and not for a class The flrtit of citizens. Describing Him. Is ho not?" "Very I Why, ho keeps so continually busy telling the rest of us what ought to be dune for the advancement of tbo town that ho never bus tlmt to do uuytlilng himself toward thai end." Kuusus City titur. "Public-spirite- t018 250,375,000 Southern Agricalturist Arbor In an Old Virginia Qarden. other kind of transportation securities. As It Is, they, have gone to pieces October irirtnv'ED tmirosM 23. 1010. ant: cml l':t:t S "Vi'il intcrhationai SUNMSOIOOL (Br nnv v n. kitzwatkii, d. d.. Tesrlmr of F.rnllih 11ILU In (h Moodf rilble Intlltute of Chlcsso.l (CnrrflM IIH, Wltrn Nwtptr Union) Salty Christians Dy REV. W. W. KETCHUM Director of tht Kvtnlna Ctaue. Mjodr tllbUIotlltuU.Chlctgs THE RUBY RING LAUliH AGAIN IS ON SUPT. GILBERT SPONSOR FINDS OK "SORE TOE" BOOK HIMSELF MIXED UP IN ARITHMETIC. 5 GOUGING THE TAXPAYERS Lesson (Copyright, till, hy McClur Syndicate.) WS)vsvVe) Newspaptr By ALICIA BOCKELMAN. LESSON FOR NOVEMBER TEMPERANCE LESSON. (World's Temperance Sunday.) 2 Mull Ml, TKXT.-- Ye are the aalt of the earth. Is not Christ pamlng out n compli- I.EBSON TEXT-J- er 5:M. IJH. U. II OOI.DKN TKXT-Vhlh- fr tlitrfort ye it, or drink, or nhataoevcr ye do, dr ll to lh glory of On.l.- -I Cor. 10.11. I'ltlMAHV TOIIC-- A (ru Umprnc ment to his disciples, when ho culls them tin; salt nf yjja?fwNj. I tlm earth. Itnther tory. JUNIOtl r v'$sR TOI'IC-Wt. mt alcohol TOPIC-Th dot.-rr- ov SI. illnnry household c (i in in o il 1 y to ctenr to iiinke 1 INTKItMEDIATE strnnc life form. cln pr-on- st thrill what their function ns disciples Is to tho ..lipid III. (tin ua.t V "If I could only have a ruby ring," sighed Margaret Kendall, "hut father nnd mother seem determined to give me something else." She wus sitting on tho front porch with flushed cheeks nnd nn ungry scowl clouded her beautiful face. .She pushed nalde her curly, black hair, which the wind would blow in her eyes to Irritate her still more. "Margaret," n voice called from upstairs, "you had better dry your tears and look cheerful." "Oh, mother, how enn I be hnppy when you will not give me what I want for a graduation present," fretted MERE TRIFLE OF $562,809.54 Also Falls to Read Law of Kentucky and Makes Ridiculous Statement on Text Book Commission. Revelations of the method by which the taxpayers of Kentucky have been outrageously gouged through a contract made by a Demo-cratl- c State Printing Commission are astounding. Two members of that commission were Thomas Rhea, at that time State Treasurer and now manager of the Democratic State campaign for Governor Dlack, and Harry M, Bosworth, then State Auditor and now a candidate for the same office on the Democratic ticket. Below are figures showing bills paid by the state under that contract for certain Jobs of printing. In addition, figures are given showing what the Job should have cost the state, allowing a good profit to the printer. These figures were prepared by a reliable, expert printer on the basis of current prices at the time the printing was done. In fairness it should be eald that the contract price for the typesetting for these Jobs was figured below cost, but these losses were trifling compared with the huge profits on other parts of the work. When l"alit Name ntrtlrla 1917 Amt. I'l l N HKNIOIt AND ADULT raonilhlllly TOl'lC-O- ur for Umprnce re- Rechibltei Tested (vt. i n). In the dnys of Jehntsklm Hip Ixird charged Jeremiah tn bring Hip Ilechn bile Into ttit house nf the Lord nnd test them regarding the drinking of wine. Tills lie did In n plnce where the "people might behold them, the aim being to tench luriiel hy exiimple. Tlie father nil of the Krchahlte hnd Riven com Hint they should not drink wine. Their fltlnt obedience put to limine the Israelites for their Inck of obedience. Jonadnb. tlie father of the Ilechsbltrs, wan only n mnn, but the one whose commnnds Israel were disregarding was the Almighty Ood. their Creator nml Hnvlor. It la (Sod's plan that every man be tested. Being a free agent he only can have character through teat-liIt was for thla reason Hint Ood plnced Adum and Kve In IMen and permitted the deTll to teat them. While we should be concerned with the removal of temptntlona from men, we should be mora concerned Willi teaching them their responsibility and showing them how to overcome. II. The Filial Loyalty of the Recha-falt(vv. Though they were, out of their own country, In the midst of a foreign people, they refused to drink wine, declaring that they had been true to the Instruction of Jonadub all their Uvea. Obedience to his Instruction hud been practiced by nil men, women und children. It Is a fine thing when children keep In memory their fnthcrs nnd render obedience to their commands. III. The Loyalty of the Pechabltet In Contrast With the Disloyalty of the Israe.ltea (vv. 1. The nppenl (vv. 13, 14). He mode the appeal on the basis of the flllnl loyalty of the Itechnbltes. He reminded them that the ltechuhtte were obedient, though their father was deud long ago. lie also reminded them Hint he hnd spoken to them In person, rising up enrly to do ao. 2. The ministry of the prophets (vv. IS, 10). When tlie people failed to render obedience to Ood he aent to them the prophets, who plend with them to mend their wnya by turning away from their idols. Matthew Henry Indicates the polnti of contrast somewhat a follows: (1) Tlie Itechnbltes were obedient to one who was but n mnn; the Jews disobeyed the Infinite and eternal God. (2) Jonndnb was dend long since and could not know of their disloyalty or correct them from It Ood I and lives forever and will punish for disobedience. (8) The Itech-bit- e were never put In mind of their obligations, but God eent his prophets who roue up enrly to remind them. (4) Jonndab left the charge, but no estate to benr the charge; but God gave the people a goodly land and blessed them In It. (fi) Ood never tied up hi people to any hard task like Jonndnb did, yet God' people disobeyed him nnd the Itechnbltes obeyed their father. IV. Judgment Upon the Jews for Disobedience (v. 17). God declared that ho would bring Judgment upon them according to what he hnd said. Judgment Is determined upon those who disobey and rebel agnlnst God. for V. Reward of the Rechablte Their Loyalty (vv. 18, 10). Ilecause they had been true to the commands of Jonadab they should have continued representation before God. Ood has such regard for filial obedience that he lets no net go unrewarded. I. The 11111 i. es e VjHB3 X.''HH sBS tiro hti umtM tinvi of nil hi" understand tlnii' that they are to be to the world what wilt Is to thing. Ood Knows His Own. The church must keep herself pure. Neither fulso doctrine, nor false life, Is allownble. The searching eyes of Ood see every corner of his dwelling-place- . Nothing Is hidden from his "The Iord knowcth them search. that are his, nnd them that are not his cannot deceive him. 8o, "let everyone thnt nameth the name of Christ, deport from Iniquity." The miracle of divine grace Is too great for our understanding. The most dreudful thing about sin Is the terrible feeling that the sinner can never again be as though that sin had never been. Rev. Iteglnald J. Cumpbell la the Churchman. Power of Prayer. Prayer Is the summing up of the Christian life In n definite act, which Is at once Inward and outward, the power of which on the chnructer, like that of any other act, Is proportioned to it intensity. Ilenjiunln Jowett. The Miracle of Divine Qrace. Now we know hut from time Immemorial people have used salt to preserve, purify nnd sweeten things, so knowing these uses of salt we understand In tho first place that disciples of Christ are to be the wotld'n Vreservutlve. Only today a man said to mc: "If It wero not for you Christians I do not know what would become of the world; it would soon be nn unllvuble place." This mnn wus only expressing In another way Wlint Christ says his disciples a ro to the earth. If there are any people on earth who keep It from monil decay It In the Christian!). They ure the unit of the earth. Itemove them from the earth nnd ft would not be long before the corrupting In tin en cos thut nreln society would No man who overcome the world. loves decency and morality would choose to live In n community where there are no Christians, no churches, no Illbles. Kven real estate In worth more In n Chrlstlun community than In n pngnn one. Life there Is more sacred, homes more secure, jieucc more certain. Civilization todny owes nil that Is good nml true In It to Chris tianity, nnd wherever Christians have not failed to perform their function as the preservative force of society, there society Is at Its best morally. Hut It Is not for the Christian to congratulate himself thnt he Is the moral preservative of society, hut to uxnmlne himself and see whether or not he Is fullllllng this function. If he Is not helping to keep the world from moral decay then he Is fnlllng short of his high privilege, ns n disciple of Christ, to be the salt of the earth. Like suit which has lost Its savor nnd Is good for nothing but to be thrown uwny nnd trodden under foot of men, he too Is useless. In the second place, we understand from tho uses of salt thnt the disciples of Christ are to sweeten and purify so ciety. It Is one thing to preserve society from decay; It Is quite another thing to purify and sweeten It. Christians are to do both. The very fact that they live In a community should pre serve It from moral corruption. Their very presence Is u preservative force, If they have not lost their moral Inftu ence. Men will not pull off In n com munlty of Christians the ungodly and unholy things they will do In another community. Salty Christians nlwayt exercise upon evil n retarding Inllu ence. One strong, stalwart Christian character tins been known to save a community from moral corruption. Hut the function of disciples as salt does not end here. They nro to be an active, purifying; nnd sweetening force In society. This Is what Christ meant when he says to his disciples: "V are tho salt of the earth." lly thest words he culls upon them to sweeten nml cleunse society. I n in a wore that there nro thoso whe believe that Christians ought to havt nothing to do with organized society They base this largely upon the teach Ing that a Christian's cltlzonshlp Is to heaven. It is true that the Christian has n heavenly citizenship, hut It If also truo thnt he has nn earthly cltl zeushlp. l'uul, who has more to snj than nnyoiiu else of heavenly citizen ship, claimed also to he a Ilomnn citizen, and appealed to his Itomun cltl zeushlp for protection. At unothci time, referring to Tarsus, he suld he was u citizen of no menu city, l'uul recognized what some Christians fall to recognize, namely, that tho Chris ttan has a dual citizenship and, us w should expect, he was In this In bar tnony with the teaching of our Lord who said: "Heuder unto Cucsur tht things thnt nro Caesar's und unto God tho things that are God's." Failure tc recognize this fact of the Chrlstlun'i dual citizenship leads some Chrlstlum who seo the truth of their heavenl) citizenship, but do not see tho truth ol their earthly citizenship, to como short of their dlsclpleshlp hero on earth Christ plainly states that disciples an "(lie salt of the earth," not tho salt ol heaven. Hero then on earth und not In heaven Is tho function of disciple as salt to bo exerclsod. V. O. Gilbert, lietnl of the Department of (Munition for Kentucky, Is u glutton for Jokes. Not content with his successful elTorts to liuiku the Margnret. whole state lungh at the ridiculous ah enough of that foolishness. "Child, surdities of his famous "Sore toe" already-eno- ugh You hnve Severn! rings book, he was given the Job of editing for any girl of your age. A the Democratic Campaign Hook, and ruby rlngt No, Indeed, you shall .not now the whole state Is luughlng again. have It." Something alls .Mr. Gilbert. . He gold wrist watch, doesn't seem to be able to add or read. "I didn't wont mother," Or, If he docshe must use. npotliet "Why, Margaret, you have been asksjsiem than that used In the public ing for one all along until this new schools of Kentucky of which he ' Idea of n ruby ring came into your the head. . head. Whatever " For Instance, ns editor of the Demo"Why doesn't father buy me one?" cratic cumpalgn handbook on page 77 Interrupted Margaret. he says: "Here are the llgurcs taken 'Tather has already bought you a from the books of the Superintendent my of Public Instruction at Frankfort," Hut, Margaret, pearl pendant. dear, it is four o'clock and you have showing the amount distributed foi never once thought of Aunt Mehlta-be- l. teachers' salaries from llHtS to lDL'O. She will be waiting nt the sta- This amount for 101O1U17, Stipt. Giltion for you I" exclaimed Mrs. Ken- bert sets down at $:i,S07,872.4S. On dall. pago 1)3 of the Hleimlnl Iteport of the "Dear me I wish Aunt Mehltabel Auditor of Public Accounts, would forget to come to my graduaIlobL L. Greene, Auditor, the statetion," complained Margaret, going to ment Is made that the school fund exthe garage. penditures for the yeur 10101017 toA she drove up the street Mrs. Kentaled only $3,:!0r,0C,-,.- 0. sigh of relief. "Well, dall breathed Now the difference between the rhe I off at last. If Margaret would amounts on the books of the Superinonly tike Aunt MehltAbel I" tendent of Public Instruction and the few minutes Margnret was at Auditor of Public Accounts, according In the station as the train was disappear- to Editor Gilbert, Is u mere trllle ol ing around Atlantic mil. She was Which olllclal Is right, or are they jumping out of the machine when Chnrlte Montgomery hurried up to the both wrong, or Is one wrong nnd the other right; at any rate where Is the station curb. "Why, Charlie," she asked, "what missing Then ngaln, on page SO of the hand re you doing here?" "Oh, I was to meet two of my col- book, Editor Gilbert suys: "In his PIkevllle speech, the Ilepuh-lege chums on leave from camp," he panted. "Are you to meet someone,., llcau nominee for Governor (Edwin P. "Morrow), promlsed-thut- , Itelected govtoo?" "More likely someone is waiting for ernor, ho would appoint a State Text me," replied Margaret. "Oh, Charlie, Hook Commission composcl of capalook at Aunt Mehltabel arguing tvltfc ble, experienced men. If he would only take the time to study tho real facts, one of the porters. Do you remember he would know that even If elected her?" "Of course I do," laughed Charlie; Governor ho will not be burdened with the appointment "but look at my friends, the young Commission duringoftilstha Text Hook term of otllce, witnessing the parley." lieutenants, r as the law provides for a The tardy pair rushed up to the iiilontlon nml the ureseut adoption, for Innewcomers, 10IG-1U1tlve-jeu- 1917 Septsmbjr Assessors' Blanks, Aml.flhouM PnrCt HarMlwn Ovrrrharira Orr- rliarro Ialil $3,592.00 3,319.00 6,725.00 1,282.00 $4,442.48 3,822.60 5,911.47 1,128.39 265.05 900.30 2,261.94 160.20 293.37 673.09 362.73 1,754.00 123 115 87 88 236 603 624 216 45 23 104 501 $8,034.43 August 8, 1918 7,1 41. CO Assessors' Blanks, 1918 May 3, 1918 "Sore Toe" Book 12.636.47' March 7, 1917 R. R. Annual Report, 1916 '2,410.39 March 7, 191C R. R. Communications to Governor 377.05 August 4, 1916 .7 Burial Permits t 1,048.90 August 4, 1916 Birth Certificates 2,624.34 March 8, 1918 Birth Cards 231.20 ........ .112.00 148.60 362.40 74.00 641.90 2,174.00 347.00 350.00 3,763.20 July 8, 1916 Kentucky Sanitary Privy 935.27 2,847.09 709.73 2,104.00 June 7, 1918 School Laws February 3, 1916 Educational Directory May 10, 1918 Trustee' Records August 10, 1917 Architectural Directory August 4, 1916 R. R. Annual 4,605.60 2,994.47 3,914.24 2,429.09 812.40 224 1,155.87 1,389.44 2,190.39 63 55 937 Reports 1,8J8.60 2,524.80 238.70 June 8, 1916 13, 1916 Ed. "Course of Study" January School Census Blanks which contracts have been made and bonds executed, will not expire until after the close of the next administration." On page 454 of the 1018 Statutes ot Kentucky, the law says: "All members (of the State Text Hook Commission) except the two members styill be appointed by tlie Governor In the month of January, 1010, nnd in the month of January every four years thereafter.". If Mr. Gilbert will count on his Angers, uC will find that four years from January, 101C, ' comes January, 1023, nnd at Mr. Morrow's tcra f office will not expire "nntll December, ltrjaf. It vr'U be his duty to appoint o new state text book commission. Strike In Berlin Settled. The strike of metal workers In this city has been settled, Gus-ta- v according to an announcement. Noske. minister of defense, speaking In the national assembly, declared those responsible for the strike would be punished for "disturbing tho vital Berlin, Oct. 20. function of public life." Postal Money Pact 8lgned. Illo Janeiro, Oct. 20. The postal money order convention between Brazil and the United States which has been pending for yenrs. was signed. dor lo' BrTijl attached his signature as reproaentiHi of the postmaster general. Edwin V. Morgnn, Amerlcnn ambassa- and after salutations. troductions nnd apolsgtes Aunt Mehltabel and Margaret were handed into their auto and had started homeward. "Land's sake, child, why were you so late?" scolded the tired traveler. "I delayed to tease mother to give me a ruby ring for graduation, but the won't," confessed her designing niece. 42 A cres Building Lots. Cow Pastures and Baby Farms Just outside of City Limits of Lancaster "Iluby ring stuff and nonsense I" cried Aunt Mehltabel. It was graduation night. Margaret was putting the last touches to her pretty gown, when a warning call from downstairs told her It was time she was ready. "Just a moment," she answered, taking nnother survey of herself. Being satisfied she snatched up her outer garments and sped downstairs. Aunt Mehltabel was watting for her In the lower hall. TWO BRAND NEW DWELLINGS "Margaret, here is a useful present for you," the said solemnly, handing her youthful kinswoman a book. Margaret glanced at Its title, "Household Arts." "Th thank you very much. Aunt. You are s so kind," she stammered. The graduation exercises were about to begin. Margaret heard her name called softly. Turning around, she saw Charlie In a soldier's uniform. "Come," he said quickly, "come n little way from the doer. I have something to say to you." Margaret followed him, somewhat bewildered. AT AUCTION Saturday, October 25th, 2:30 O'clock Sharp. This is a part of the W. R. Cook farm on the North side of Danville Street, just beyond City Limits of Lancaster, Ky., recently purchased by J. W. Smith and Theo. Curry. They have just finished 2 new houses on this property, and on the above date we will subdivide the 42 acres and sell to the High Dollar. About 4 acres of land will be sold with each dwelling. The new dwellings just finished are each, have 6 rooms, cabinet mantels, large dining room, well lighted, good sized kitchen with large pantry, front and back porches; closets in every room, concrete columns at front porch, new cistern at door; garage; wired for city elec trie lights, level yard to pike; large maple shade trees. Very desirable and beautiful homes. You move right into a brand new house. We will also sell several building lots on each side of these houses. We have subdivided the remainder of the tracts into cow pastures and Baby Farms; 2 to 10 acre tobacco tracts. On one tract of about 10 acres there is a large, well built barn. Plenty of water. This will be an absolute sale to the High Dollar, and you can do no better than to look over this property and buy close to Lancaster with all the advantages of Schools, e progressive town Churches, Banks and the New Tobacco Warehouse. A with cultured and hospitable people. This is the place to make your home in the "Land of Now." two-stor- y 10-ac- re "I have been ordered to Camp 1 Onleda and wish to say good-by- . would like to have you accept this little gift from mo at a keepsake." Charlie drew a small box from his pocket, pressed the spring, and Margaret saw a ruby ring! "Why, how" began Margaret, astonished. "Oh, don't hesitate to take it. Your Aunt Mehltabel told me what I might give you," he pleaded. "It Is just what I wanted, but I didn't think It would come from you. I shall wear It at a talisman. Bat you will come back from camp toon," ' she added, anxiously. "Not until Iv been 'over there,'" Charlie answered, smilingly. There Was no smile on Margaret's face and U tht light went-ou- t of ,hr eyes. "You will writ?" be asked. "Yes," she said, putting her hand In his outstretched one. They were parting, perhaps never to meat again in this world so he kissed her reverent- - wide-awak- lr. The opening measures of the grand starch were heard and Margaret went back to her place and whispered to a little group of her dearest friends, "Qlrla, what do you think my new gift For further particulars aid blut prints and tt show you the sity, and we should be very tender how we censure those that submit to It Tls one thing to he at liberty to do what we will, and another thing to be tied up to what we must. L'Kstronge. What We Will and Must There is uo contending with neces- To Render Important Judgment In forming a judgment, lay yotu hearts void of foretuken opinions; elso whatsoever Is done or said will be measured by a wrong rulo: like them who hnvo tho jaundice, t whom everything uppeareth yellow. Sir I'hlllp Sidney. property see J. W. Smith and Theo. Curry, at Lancaster, or irWhat?" " Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man, W. E. Matt, AdvertUiag Maaagcr uCr' cam the questioning chor- us. "A ruby ring," aha answered, with a Mb In bar volao. Pago Eight TUB CITIZEN Mr. Baker is undecided yet as to Bonneville in Owsley just whero he will locate, probably reporls a lino nieeling, though in Indiana or Ohio. Mrs. a series of wonderful Nelson Blount, or Clay City, died in cordial treatment by a Lexington October talking to Alhor Jeffcr. h Ilnrrnd, n prominent fanner of thin eoiinly vns struck nnd seriously Injured by nn niitotnoMlp driven by Jon Bobkh, coiiimUslniipr of public minis. The Injured man Is In a critical condition at a hospital here. Ills hUiiII wns fractured and lie was Injured mud nM nil-Ja- 23, 1010. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No hospital, feinday, and her remains were brought lo her home Monday, where they remained until Wednesday and then Interred in the Stanton Cemetery. Mrs. Blount, before marriage, was a Mi tins counly ttmn Uio previous year. Peltil, sister lo Tom Pcltil, or the JACKSON COUNTY Yet in spile of the fact sonic clglil above city. She leaves a husband Gray Hawk Hawk, Or-tII. The wot or leu schools are vacant. Tlic oil and six children to mourn her unOmy woalher still continues anil most developments are somewhat reced- - timely departure. May I buy ever all arc done saving fodder and Ing on Hig Sinking, hut ome now took to the One that is able lo give molasses There is no wheat sowed territory is being developed. On and tnke and say, "Ami's will be yoU Our school is progressing fine Lyman Creek in the eastern end of done." This counly had Its Drsl with good attendance and three Hip county a 2(H) barrel well was real lair last Friday (he 17th at good teachers. There are more, pod- - drilled in last week, .which has Slanlon, and a good fair it was, so dor here than Abe had oats; they boosted that community; several pronounced by all present, and that aro killing everything that is fat other new wells will bo put down was about 1,500 people. This was and peddling it out. John H. Beg- - 'SOon. an Agricultural and School Fair, ley Daley is very low and not ex- lipped off by our Counly Agent H. II. pcctuil to live, with consumption of and Superintendent of i Harrison GARRARD COUNTY Hie brain. Married, Thursday, Mr. Schools Dudley Caudill, whoo unWhite Lick John Moore, of Mildred, to Miss White Lick, Oct. 20. Mrs. Annie tiring efforts brought great resulls Llllle HiilT. Privet!, the llev. V. 11. 'oiliciatlng.-M- rs. 'Louisa nrk nml three Utile daughters on the first go round. Theso genAnderson tlemen are !o be congratulated and m--i n Tluoher is verv poorly at this writ- - father-in-la- ruinge, in, un Msum and commended upon the grand success J. L. Glark.-- Mr. mar- thelagrippe.-T- he ing, with (his occasion for a beginning, and $2.20; Mrs. James Clark, Misses Klizabeth of Corn $2,00; wlieat kols: er spirit" ryo $2.00; Hour $1.00 a sack; hay and Florence Creech. Jonathan and also for the Patrick Creech and James l'ortner which Ibis affair is believed will .To cents meat $1.75 per hundred; por pound; fggs 50 cents per dozen; spent Sunday evening with J. L. bring throughout the county. Mr. on the scene coffee 35 cents per pound; good Clark and family. Mrs. A. B. Wynn Fellner, of London, was and sister, Mrs. Vina Blanton or i, to assist in arranging affalra and milk cows' $60 to 8100.00. Harlan county, visited Mrs. J. T. getting everything moving along Bond Thompson. FridayMr. and Mrs. smoothly. He was judge, of the, field long drought Bond, Oct. 20.-- Tho crops and livo stock. Those, receivhas been broken by two weeks rainy I.on Slowe and children spent day with Mr. ami Mrs. Charlie ing first prize from hero arc; E. F. and people are now wish- Harris, popcorn; Fannie Barnett ing for sunshine again.-- G. C. Clark .llogers at Il'climoud.-Messrs.W- illio dash, under 12 years an(1 Morris To(l11 an'1 Mr-K- girls' IlPcr made a business trip to Richmond," prize: Charley Welch, best last week. Mrs. Xeal Cope, of Arnold of the Ml. Tabor Baptist Secondany bull, breed Miss Viola Mc Livingston, is visiting friends and Church visiled the White Lick at this place. A Mr. Doyle tist Church Sunday afternoon and Knight, wh has been with home from Clay county is cleaning and pave some interesting talks on the folks, and also recuperating from Baptist's seventy-liv- e million dot-Jo- effects of measles, returned to Berca repairing organs in this vicinity Aired, of Tennessee, is visit- - 'ar campaign. Miss Ida Rhodus and College today to resume her studies ing his sister. Mrs. M; L. Watson, of Burnam Rhodus were married last again. this place. Robert K. Taylor made week. Mrs. O. B. Robinson is sick "I "lis writing. Mr. and Mrs. W. MADISON COUNTY a business trip to McKee today. Our teacher at Pigeon Roost had a M- - Creech, Mr. ami Mrs. Luther Big Hill box supper Saturday night, October Holierls and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Big Hill, Ky., Oct. 20, 1910 The 11, and in spite of (he rain and mud Roberts went chestnut hunting last pie supper at Pilot Knob school nil In n ermvi was nrosont. The Minuay. airs. 1. 1,. UtIICO nas a house was quite a success as always proceeds were $21.17 A singing , Mon on 0I1P of her fingers and can is at Pilot Knob. Some of Hie peo school at the Green Hill Baptist not do her work at present Pete pic from adjoining districts brought Church was begun Saturday night Slowe, who is in the U. S. Army. pies anil helped in the supper, which ,las h(,en home on a fur- - was very much appreciated by the Rcv. F. M. Jones will preach at' Green Hill. Sunday night, October lough, visiled his brother, Lon peoplo of Pilot Knob. J. H. Wilson 20, at 7 o'clock. There will be a St owe, last week. was the auctioneer and sold pies so pie supper at the Annville free rapidly that many moro could have ' Bryantsvilje school Saturday niglil, October 25; Bryanlsville, Oct. 20. The littiu been sold if we had had them. Cakf proceeds will go to the boneflt of infant of Mr. and Mrs. ll.nbert Carter and lemonade wero also sold by an orphan's home in Louisville. was very ill lp.3i week, but is much some of our good neighbors, Mrs G. C. Purkcy of this placets plan- be'.Ur now? Mrs. B. C. Dawes, who A. J. Wilson, Mrs. II. T. Chasteen ning to make his futupe homo in is in Danville hospital is doing anil Mr. Mat Baker. All seemed to ' Berca. nicely since her operation Mrs. enjoy themselves, and everything There J. C. Williams was hostess at an was quiet and peaceable. McKee rMiss was no loud noise on the pike to or McKce, Oct. 20 Tlicre is a larco elegant dinner, Thursday. from lie supper Mrs. Lyda Abrams c0wd - in- - t0wir"'today attending Bettio Scott spent the week-en- d is reported doing fine. She was opwitli her parents at Nicholasville. 'court, and to hear Rev. G. S. Conant'was a visitor in erated on in tho Gibson Hospital Willson speak. Jess and Walter Dr. last week for gall stones. The doc Boggs are ?'ck with typhoid fever. Frankfort ono day last week Hays has sold his property B. C. Rose has a new Ford Mr. Cono tors found nearly two hundre- dIke in town, to Lewis Gabbard from of Wilmoro preached both morn- Little Russel McKcchan, who has Berca. Mr. Hays will start to Indi- ing and evening at the Methodist been aick, is better The honor roll Miss is still ana in a few days to look out a lo- Church, Sunday There was a re- cplirml growing in pnnnr) Lucy Hayc's wn Imil Tim Inal cation for him and his family. Mr. union nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brogli, Sunday. Twenty-fo- ur names enrolled and tins week wo and Mrs. Englo and son, Stanley, will were present. Mrs. B. B. Mont- have, a lew more to enroll. It takes leave today for their now home in gomery and little daughter, Martha a lot of work to be enrolled in this Okalona, Miss Mrs. J. R. Llewellyn, who has been very sick, is better- ,Lou, of Paint Lick, wero guests of list. Wo havo some pupils from -Mr. and Mrs. Felix Bowman, of icr parents, Mr. and Mrs. John most all grades from Hie first to the Mt. Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Car- Bryant, a few days last week Mrs. seventh. Different grades have dif penter, Mr. and Mrs. Bird Middle-to- n, Ella Dean is quite sick Mrs. Ella ferent work to do to be enrolled in from Hazard, have been visit- 4CnrtIs of Richmond is visiting her this list. The. following list is for this month: Susio Parker, Elizabeth ing Mr. and Mrs. John Farmer-- Mr. sons, Hoyu and. Foro3t Curtis. S'lusber, Frances Hazzlewood, Doro-Pas, from Michigan, is visiting tha Green, Katy Parker, Nannie his daughter, who is teaching at OWSLEY COUNTY Parker, Andy Jones, Johnnio Parker, this place. Mrs. Fannio Sparks and Conkltng Bon, Fred, visited Mr. and Mrs. Conkling, Oct. 18. Born to Mr. and Mark Parker, Ada Necloy, Miko Lloyd Sparks at Kirby Knob, last Mrs. Albert Lyttle, on September Parker, Fairis Parker, and Charley week Miss Susio Watson will havo 28, a daughter, named Goldie Born Parker. a pie supper at her school next to Mr. and Mrs. Arch Tyrce, on Panola Panola, Ky, Oct. 20 Wo havo Saturday night. The proceeds will Monday, October 13th, a son Nellie go to Kentucky Childrens' Home. Tyreo and Ethel Green spent Sat- had plenty of rain the past week, Roy and Delia Hornsby, from Burn- urday night with Rose Anderson-Jack- son which was greatly needed Brother ing Springs, aro visiting their Marshall ba3 moved into Isaac filled his regular appointment brother, Dr. W. B. Hornsby. Mrs. Mrs. McCollum's houso on tho upper at Thomas school houso Sunday Mollie Mooro visited her mother at end of her farm. Tho Teachers' "Tho Hardin Cole heirs sold their Mildred, Sunday Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R. Association was held at Anglin farm n few days ago to Tom Baker Hays spent a few days in Lexing schoolhouse, Saturday; quite a for tho sum of fourteen hundred ton last week. crowd attended. J. C. Green has sold dollars Charlie Colo left Wedncs his farm and is preparing to move day for Ohio where ho will mako to Indiana. Chester Hcnsloy has tho his futuro home Granvil Field sold LEE COUNTY foundation of his houso laid. Wo his farm to Andy Brandenburg for Beattyville Bcattyville, Oct. 10. Owing to the wero glad to sec tho golden sun tho sum of $1,000 Corn cutting and sorghum making Is about over in week's rain much corn arid other once moro after a week of rain. this section Mrs. Mary "Walton, grain has been damaged, espewho has been sick for the past four cially along tho creeks and river POWELL COUNTY weeks, is some better. There was Vaughns Mill in this county W. O. Bradley, who Vaughns Mill, Oct. 20 It rained a largo flock of wild gceso recently returned from Germany, whore he spent six months, has ac- hero most overy day the past week, passed over Sunday, which secim cepted a position as Deputy County putting all streams to running again. to say that winter is close at hand. Hubert Arvino or near this place, Clerk Miss Pearl Eckman, of MoMost corn in this vicinity is in tho nica, was In town Saturday sho- shock and much of it is rotting, as and Linda Harrison of Berea wore married t few days ago. Wo wish ppingQuito a number of teachers a rosult of so much rain recently. them a happy and prosperous life wero in town Saturday, getting paid Squire S. G. Baker has rentedhis peacham Thomas and family visited off for tho second month's work. farm to Messrs. Ed. Bush and Geo. Toachcrs are paid much hotter in Dunaway for 1920, for share profits D. F. Walton Sunday. pnbtuhftl utilft lnrd In full by ihr writr. Tti. p.m. n cHlrnee of good flth. Writ pUlnljr. It not for publlctlon, but orrpo!Hf nc . county and consisting of sermons and all. Mr. and Mrs. Fills Chestnut have moved to I he homo of Dr. J. M. Morris lo caro for Mr. Chestnut's father. Dr. and Mr.s. Morris occupy their new home near Berca Victor Browning Is al- -j lending school at Annville Mr. J.' H. Downey of Danville, IIU sponl last week visiting homo folks. Mrs. Lucy Creech and daughter' and sister, Mrs. Alice Bowman, spent Thursday with Mrs. Browning. KENTUCKY NEWS ground near IliilnlirMgo In this counly. Mrs. MrNerly nnd Imhy wvtv placed In one casket nnd tills nnd the rnsket loutiilnltig Mr. MrNeely'n body wero hurled fn t lie same uine, Nevhrl. Charged with making two of threatening language over the telephone, Hoy Hall, 111, wilt arrested on complaint of hi wife and lined nnd HopkltiftvUle Mr. mill Mr, MlltftTi costs In the city court. Ills wife, who McNYcly, tlielr buliy, and .Mr. Fin l 'Id 18, testMed there Is n suit pending llogerx, victims of Hie rrnsii l.ctuivii for divorce, nnd tlmt her huslmml railnmklng ed her over (ho telephone, a I rnln ami niitoitiolille nenr I'rlnn-tmi- , were burled In ln fnnillv Imrvliiu throats of "gun piny" If sho persisted' In oroiecutlng tha dlvorco proceodlnfJ M. Shaw, nt Slut.- - Lou-- , eight miles nst of here, a line saddle Imrxe nlwi Minting, together with 200 ItusheN of whiHit, mum buy, com, n hugKy, wnisoii and hit of farming Implements. Tim A (Continued from pago ono) Illckman. The Mock barn of Squire GREAT COMBINATION PUBLIC SALE 60 Head Good Duroc Jerseys , loi lo Is .l,V0. w, "get-togeth- The city council voted chance the paving of Washington street from cement to nxpliiilt. This hp. lion was tnltcn at the tvipicst of of the street. A petition from Kentucky Wexleynn Collegp that nn are light he plared on the campus was rejected. lesl-dfii- Winchester. Saturday, October 25, at 1:30 p.m. AT EAST END STOCK YARDS, WE WILL ts Sun-weath- er, y 50-ya- rd Shelbyvllh. The grand Jury returned the following Indictments: John Ijuvmhi, child desertion; Lee Todd, malicious rutting; J, C. Jnckon, IMcar Moore, cnrrylng concealed weapon; II. W. .Morris, ohtnln-in- g money under fal.se pretense; Jim Wood.small, false swearing, house-ln-eakln- offer to the highest and best bidder without reserve about 50 head of nice Duroc gilts, most of which were farrowed in the spring. And about 10 head of extra good boars, two of which are yearlings and will weigh from 250 to 300 pounds. These hogs are of the famous Prince of Colonel, Defender, Cherry Chief and Superba strains, which means that no better blood can be had. And some individuals will be offered in this It's a rare sale that would be a credit to any county. ohance to procure a good Duroc at your own price. A handsome Duroc will be given away at the conclusion of the sale. es hn Newport. John Pore, soldier, who lost oth lejix In the war, nnd hN wife, Mnry Pore, wuVe arrested on n vluirgn of drunkenness nnd dlwordj-rlconduct, and were In Judge Moore's court In Newport. I'ore receive SIM a month from the government. Both entered n plea of guilty to the charge of Judge Monre sentenced Itoth to Jail for thirty dnys. dnmk-cnne.s- Wm. H. Park, G. W. Deatherage Walter Q. Park RICHMOND, KY. COL. JESSE COBB, Auctioneer Frankfort. Wh'le stnndiit in ttm Public Sale On the premises of W. Harrison Kinnard, 1 12 miles from Cartersville, i mile from Woodsview school houso, 7 miles from Paint Lick and about 8 miles from Berea, we will offer you at the highest and best bid 1 Wednesday, October 29, JS About 200 acres of good, fertile, nearly level Garrard County Land This land will be subdivided into small tracts running 40 to 75 acres three-rooImprovements consist of 2 four-roodwellings, dwelling, new e tobacco barn, 1 three-acr- e tobacco barn, 2 good stock barns and other small buildings. Land is well watered by never failing springs. Corn on this land this dry year will yield 10 to 12 barrels per acre. Tobacco from this farm last year sold as high as 80 cqnts per pound. Over 100 acres of this land now shows fine clover, timothy and blue grass fitlds, and the remainder is in ycung grass and cultivation. m f3 1 m 1 six-acr- To the man who wants a home and only has a small amount of money to invest this will offer an excellent chance, for this land has not been sold for a number of years and will not bring its worth at first sale. At the same time and place we will offer personal property belonging to Mr. Kinnard consisting of: 65 head of hogs; 2 good work mares, 6 years old; 2 dandy young work mares 3 years old; 3 good milch cows, and 5 good calves. Farming implements including 1 new tobacco setter; a good wagon; nearly new rubber tired buggy. 150 barrels of good corn; about 300 bushels of good Harvest King seed 'wheat; 200 bales of good clover and timothy hay; 250 bales of straw and many other useful farm articles and feeds not mentioned. A good hot dinner will be served and all who come will be made to enjoy the day artd we want you to be there promptly at io:eo a. m. Don't forget the day and place. Come a day or so before tho sale and have Mr. Kinnard show you this land or call and see No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour Returns to its before-the-whigh standard of ar quality Once Tried - - Always Used Wo aro having an abundance of rain after tho long continued drouth. Sorghum making seems to bo tho go. Not vory much sickness is reported. Mrs. Browning is very poorly. Miss Maltlo Leo Clarko is visiting friends nnd relatives at Berea Tho Ilov, J. II. Browning spent last week visiting friends and rolatives in Leo county. Ho also attended tho annual meeting held at CLAY COUNTY Malcom Malcom, Ky., Oct. 18, 1919 r. Col. Jesse Cobb, Auctioneer a WOODS Paint Lick, Ky.