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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): November 6, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 cit1919110601_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): November 6, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (INCORPORATED) WM. G. FROST, HH.l.r4n.CW( J. O. LEHMAN. M.n.tlni Ed.ior Knitted 4f IA tStatnffltt al Itttta. A'y.. n ttftmA eta ntltt, vrttttr Att tf Matrh, 179. f.Vfm llttta. Ay. IH0I 7Wlill Vol. XXI Five Outs Per Copy. Devoted to ttie Interests of t!h.e Jwloiaritoiri People HKREA, MADISON COUNTY, KF.NTUCIvV, NQVK.MBKIt 0, 1910 The Citizen Ono Dollar and Knowledge is Power and the way lo keep up with modern Knowlcdgo Is lo read a good Newspaper. Fifty Conls per Year : No. 19 Victors Should Be Sober Election is over mid most of those candidates to whom The Citizen wished success have succeeded. Now our charge to them is to be sober, teachable, diligent and faithful in the important offices to which they are elected. It has been history that people who hold office generally grow careless and have to be turned out, but the holding of a great public office ought to make a man serious. Successful candidates, we expect great things of vou! Kentucky News Ku'tun. - U. S. News F!X FIRMER BONDS wMNew. Opposition tu tho ratillcalion of the Peace Treaty seems to lie gradti- nlly disappearing. Forty-si- x amtnd- -, ments have nlrcady been voted down, one of which even sought to put the Deity in tho Leaguo of Nations. The foes of the Leaguo continue to rcfrnmc the amendments in tho form of Reservations, and this all takes time for discussion. But an end will come soon. An International Labor Conference is assembling in Washington at this time. The United States is not entitled to delegates until tho Treaty is ratillcd, ns the conference is part Death of John Barleycorn The Lord Reignethl Beyond the faith of most of us five years ago, the liquor traffic, which grew rich by debasing American citizens, has been killed. Even of Cincinnati, conwhiskey papers, like the Times-Sta- r fess that John Barleycorn is dead. This means clothes and food for little children, comfort for neglected wives, and a big boom in all lines of legitimate business. Our greatest advantage in the coming commercial war with Germany will be that America will have wits unclouded by alcohol. Washington, Nov. 5. --The government today appealed lo the Supreme FOB THE GERMANS III.' death nf Mr. Ileritcri Unlet.1, -- A Court from the decision of Federal Hi Iter home near Huh city. Judge F.vans, of Kentucky, declaring war-lim- o proNewport. Frederick Itutlch, (Vt. was unconstitutional tho Allies Draw Up New Protocol killed liy mi engine mi the O. A O. hibition act and ordering release of distilled spirits held in bond at Binding Armistice Respect. tracks while walking In lUytnn. Louisville. A reipiest to advanco the I Seen dm (if the Inse- casts for early hearing is said to bo Whlteshiirg. curity nf the Jull here, nil prisoners planned. SINKIf'G HELD FOR FLEET ttere transferred in the Jull lit lliixnrd. Washington, Nov. 5. Request for Georgetown, ly. A xhlptnent nf fill at Berlin Also Faces long ih4uyed lux heeti recehed unit Federal troops to guard tho coal Government Punishment for Violation of the oiling Snitt cniinl' roads will he re mines wa made today by Kentucky Other Postwar Agreement operators, who conferred with Fuel Mimed, Misdeeds Are Charged. Administrator Garfield. Georgetown. Arthur Siilyers, rlilpf Threats made against the conlinu-anc- e Paris, the peuce Oct. 31. Before of police, was severely bitten liy n dou of operations necessitated protreuty becomes effective the German hlle In front of the home of .lohti tect Ion lo insure continued produc- representatives will be required. It Surloii, tion of coal, it was stated. Is expected here, to sign an uddltlon DrJ (iarileld told tho Kentucky op- ul protocol, binding Germany to curWhltevhiirjr. Sampson Kugle, lately returned from Fninre, who was erators that the question of policing ry out armistice clauses which were eil In n powder explosion on l.otO tho coal fields was in the hands of not Incorporated In the treuty of VerCreek, died of his hurts. Attorney General Palmer and other sailles. The supreme council of the allied and associated powers considWhltesburg. Harrison Craft was members of the cabinet, and that ho ered the text of the proposed Instrucould not advise them on the sub- ment. killed nnd Heiihen (!nifl, his brother, severely Injured when knocked from ject. Marshal Koch nnd others huve reii tipple liy n wild cur lit Konn Station. ported that Germany has violated arIMniiil m I i iii tiir of the plan of the League of Nations. The body, however, is organizing under the chairmanship of Secretary Wilson or tho Cabinet. It is anticipated that Hie United Stales will be able 'o take part in this important meeting as soon as the Treaty is ratified. The farewell words of King Albert of Belgium to President Wilson, spoken at his bedside, are destined to be among tho most mcmorabio ever spoken. After a little visit with the President, he leaned over to shako his hand and said. "Mr. President, I hope your ideas and ideals will bo carried out, as I believe they will." Titus does a foreign king understand and apprefellow-countrym- Recent Election News Gillcn goes to press (ho that Kdwin P. Morrow has won in the gubernatorial raco by more than 25.KM votes. Tlio entire Ilepublican state ticket has been elected with good majorities, 'tills is based on unolllcial reports from all but seven of the counties. As The in report Governor Mack failed to mako any sains in the mountain counties as his barkers lint! expected, but on tin) other bond, he Inst tho Third, Fourth, and Ninth, and probably the are normally DemoMorrow made good gains in the mountains, besides ho carried I,oulsvlllo by over 9,500 and three or four districts usually regarded as Democratic. Tho Legislature is divided, Iho Democrats have a small majority in tho Senate, and the House, in Republican. It seems that there will Republicans to forty-si- x be lltty-lhre- o Democrats in Lower Branch of the Legislature. District From the Twenty-nint- h Clarence Miller, Republican, was Sixth, which Mr. cratic. elected lo the Senate. Tho follow-in- g were elected ns representatives from this and surrounding disy, 11. C. Marcum, tricts; Itep.; II. N. Dean, Hep; Oarrard, Mack Morgan, Itep.; e, R. L. McFerron. Rep.; Letcher-Perr- y, T. Holliday, Rep.; Madison, Leonard Ballard, Rep. The Prohibition amendment seems to have carried, though a complete report is not yet in. In tho larger cities, as a rule, tho majority voted against the amendment, but in the smaller places and in the country there was a good majority in favor Clay-OwsleEstill-Jackson, Laurel-Rockcastl- of it. The Slate of Ohio piled up a big majority for Prohibition, it being about three times as' great as when the tuctlon was submitted to ho voters of Iho State a year or so previously. The unolllcial vote for Berea is an follows: Mack, 80; Morrow, 197; Collins, 72; Ballard, 193; For Road Tax, 120; Against Road Tax, 7. National Conference on Rural Education For tho past five years tho Do-- 1 partmcnt of tho Intorior, through tho Bureau of Education, has boon wag-- ( campaign for betinc a natton-wld- o ter rural schools and tho improvement of country life. Among tho agencies employed in this work has been a series of conforonoes thru, out tho country. In response to in-- 1 vitations from President Frost of Berea Collego, and tho Hon. V. O, Gilbert, Stalo Suporinlcndont of Public Instruction, Frankfort, Kentucky, tho Sixteenth Conference is called to meet at Borea, Ky, November 25 to 28, both inclusive, 1919. Several Governors, Coun'y Superintendents of Schools, Presidents of State Normals, Colleges and Universities and many prominent club womon, business and professional men, administrative school officers STATESMAN and progressive farmers havo been invited, and many of them will bo present and tako part on tho program. Tho central thought of tho conference will bo what our rural school must bo and do to meet conditions. A detailed program of tho Conference will bo ready for distribution soon. For information regarding hotel acemmodations and for acemmoda-tin- s at tho College dormitories, writo C. N. MoAlIlstor, Borca, Ky., at once, stating how long you will stay. J. L. McBricn, Director Rural; School Extension, Bureau of Education, Washington, D. C, is tho Executive Secretary of tho Conforenco. ! PREPARES BISHOP THOMAS F. GAIL0R RED CROSS ROLL GALL AD BCHETARY of the Interior Franklin K I.ane, In thn midst of a buiy day, flndn time, to do bis share to help alonn. thn mem- I Third Red Cross Itoll Call for ben. His ropy for the lied Cross ad quoted below In being used widespread In the country In connection drive for with the November members. CONTENTS PAGE i. Klitnrlals; World, U. Kentucky News. PAGE 2. PAGE 3. Borca Collogo Nows. Serial Story; Railroad Problems Duo for Solution. Locals; Public School Locals; First Aid Column. nessee, Thomas K. tlalior or Tenwho was selected by the house of bishops In conforenco ut the triennial general convention of the Kplhcopal church ut Detroit as chairman of the new executive council which will handle tho business of the church ufter Juuuury 1 next. Bishop Onllor will hold tho office until tho next convention. He becomes by virtue of the utllce executive heud of the church. Illshop PAGE 4. Notes. PAGE 5. PAGE 6. Mountain Homo Department. PAGE Agriculture; 7. Sunday School Lesson; Sermon; Prepuro to Avoid War; Palmer Warns Coal Doalcrs. . PAGE 8. Eastern Kentucky News, C'oliiglon. The Woman's I'lnh has Washington was firm in the belief joined a large group of protcstnnts tonight that the end of the coal agnlitst continuation of the "mure daylight" plan provided In an ordinance. strike was near. There was nothing definite or Hickman. The Holy Holler Church tangible in Mie way of actual develand three dwellings were burned, the opments to justify tli is hopeful view tire originating In the home of Cherry of the situation, but everywhere the Kcctnn, who lost nil nf his possessions. feeling prevailed that influences word being brought to bear lo have Newport. Morrlx, son of ciate our President far better than Harry Toran, tripped on n curb and the jlrikers, numbering more than many of his was killed by n passing automobile 100,000, return lo work. driven by Itlcliard I'flster, who was Confidential reports to the Department of Justice from its agents in arrested. It is rumored that the Allies are Iho Jcoal fields were said to show about lo abandon their aid lo the .1. Parker Harrison Mrs. many defer! ions from tho ranks of Russian armies that aro warring wns shot In the hip from ambush by against tho Soviet government of an unknown nssullant while return- tho strikers. Some of the reports of Idle ing home, accompanied by her daugh- said' thai large numbers Russia. It is possiblo that this may miners bad declared they wanted to ters. bo followed before long by a raising return to work, but wero afraid. of tho blockade. Thero is coming Frankfort. Miss Sarah Monday Scattering reports from the fields, lo bo a recognition that the Soviet been recommended for appoint- reacjtiirg into 28 slates, showed the has Regime is holding its own with great ment as deputy clerk of the federal of organtenacity! and tho majority of tho court al Richmond, to succeed U A. Ilrsjjbteaks in the ranks ized labor in West Virginia and Russian population prefer it to for-oiIturniim. jQoJnrafo., Advices to Washington intervention. Tho destructive Carlisle. It. W. Neal has purchased of the operators said phases of tho movement are gi.'ics . m. i ucKcr ins sti tck of raer irom nil mines were work-Mi- ss placo to constructive and greater Or7ceJ,.ASfl,ill oumieilv and tiirninir nut chandlse In Moorelleld. conservatism is apparonL Shannon has purchased the stoclcfj M.tfnwJ5ttl mn ...... nnnl tw, nn e .. tt....... ... .....I., , tr....i.. Villi. M.I. L ,..rr. ...r r... ....... 1MIIIIIVIM III .Wl.lll IIUI, I "',u ounii. ui- v ,in."" ,l ut'Liiiii'is t and will operate the store tinder the uiuu. The miners of Germany can give ports said that union men had gone name of Shannon & Co. our own a . needed lesson. While flint there was growing sentiment our laborer aro leaving their places mines and Frankfort. Hnmpton Iloone, who to work in in Ihel mines, when a winter is was sent from Itourbon county to servo that Iho men themselves States. should coming on, for advanced pay and from two to ten years In the reforma- have had the right to vote on the In authoritative ItalIt Is declarer1 tory for uttering n forgery, was reian quarters, however, that, although shorter hours, tho German miners strike before it was ordered. leased by reason of the expiration of the reply of Secretary of State Ijin-sln- have voluntarily agreed to work in his sentence. During Ids term he was was unfavorably as a whole, a tho coal mines for twelve hours a Prcdlo-lioWASHINGTON. Nov. 3. twice paroled, and as often brought portion of the Tlttnni day in order that industry may adconsiderable back for violating the parole. that ship3 flying tho American proposal wus accepted nnd that the vanco and the wclfaro of tho peoflag will almost equal the tonnage exchanges with the United States on ple bo secured. The study of an Maysvllle. The baby liny found on of Great Britain by tho end of 1920 the subject will be continued. enemy may somotimoa bring somean Fast Lnd porch several weeks ago wero made As soon as the extreme concessions in the Senate today by thing of profit. This is regarded as has again been taken In charge by Senator Jones, Republican, of Wash the United Stutes Is willing to make a concession to tho new government Miss Casey, county health nurse. Unare known to the representatives of less some one from Mason county Ington, chairman of the Scnato com Ituly here, the Itnllnn government will and will bo much appreciated. lakes the baby to raise the youngster mcrco committee, in introducing be put In possession of all the elewill be taken by Miss Casey to the his bill proposing alternative plans ments of tbe problem as they hnve Tho most recent phase of tho Kentucky Children's Home at IaiuIs-ville- . Lfor a permanent federal shipping been developed by the delegation In Fiumo fiasco is tho vote which was policy. Both bills wero referred to Paris, and Italy's position will be def- talsen on tho question of annexation commerce committee for futuro initely known. to Italy in that city. Italian solFrankfort. The workmen's compen- the consideration. sation hoard awarded $12 weekly for GERMAN DEBT IS 15 BILLIONS diers guarded tho polls, and it is 410 weeks to James Stevens, miner, needless io 9ay the result was an Injured In the coul run mine In I'lke COLUMBUS, O., Nov. 1. After Minister Eriberger Says Amount Will overwhelming majority for annexacounty; ?11.2.' to Willie Sanders, In- less than six months of actual proBe $2,203,000,000 More by tion. Tlieso Italians will soon bejure! In Wnlden company's mine ut hibition Ohio today voted to' remain March, 1920. to tho sencome a laughing-stoc- k Kmiuii, and apportioned to Nellie I'enn in the dry column, apparently by a sible nations. It is to bo hoped that $S weekly for weeks, to James 1. The nntlonal assemBerlin, Nov. I'enn ?l for the death of II. L. I'enn. majority three limes larger than bly passed the third reading of the President Wilson will rclain his employed by tho Hates linger construc- that by which it first voted prohibibudget, notwithstanding the vote of ground, as ho doubtless will. Great tion a year ago. tion company near Maysvllle. the two parties of the right and the Britain has now como fairly over Independents, nnd then adjourned uu to his side in tho matter. Nlchnlasvllle. Humor Is responsible Roosevelt was greatly elated over til November 20. s for the erection of u hostelry his victory which he regarded as Frzhergcr, minister of Mathlas Sir Horace Pliinkett has como out on the corner of North Main and Elizaspecially significant becauso ho tlnunco, reviewing tho financial situa- as an advocate of independence for beth streets. Iteports are current that the father of a son this morn- tion, mid new tuxes were expected to Ireland, except in tho matter of fora stock company Is being organized yield 0,000,000,000 marks ($L'.250,000.-000to push the erection of the big build- ing. As the Interest on the national eign affairs. His great services for ing, With the erection of this magnifimurks. Ireland nnd his intimato underdebt would he 8,817.000,000 cent structure and the condemnation Krzberger said his estimate of standing of tho question givo an of several of the old ex buildings on the KING ALBERT SEES WILSON Herr the revenue of 1010 had previously authority lo his opinion not only of above corners, the appearance of the been fully covered. tho Irish people but of tho English little city will he grout ly Improved. Belgian Ruler Admitted to President's He added that tho national debt as well. Ho presided over tho ConSick Room Before Leaving to 204 ,000,000,000 amounted marks vention which met sometimo ago to for His Home. ($51,000,000,000), and by tho end of .Shackle-ford- , FrnnUort. Judge V. It. March, 1020, It probubly would uggre-gut- o try and dotcrmino a policy for IreWashington, Oct. 31. King Albert of Richmond, Is the ilrst circuit 212,812,000.000 marks ($:3,203,-000,00- land. Judge so far known to direct a grand and President Wilson clasped hands. Jury to Investigate Into profiteering The meeting at the president's bedside It is said (hat the finances of tho with a view to prosecutions under the proved the climax of the American Turkish Empire aro in bettor shape common law. Judge Shackleford unfi- visit nf the Belgian monarch,' and he Germans Colonize Argentina, nuenos Aires, Oct- - 31. The first than thoso of tho other nations with tted Attorney General Charles II. Mnr-r'- s left Washington to sail for home from that upon receipt of the attorney Newport News on the transport George group of German Immigrants number- which 8ho was Joined. Evidently general's exposition of the application Washington which brought him to ing fifty families, which recently ar- sho outwitted Germany and did not rived, will be assigned fiscal lands In let her tako all tho gold from her, if ancient statutes to present-dathis country. conditions he charged his grand Jury-tAs bis majesty was leaving, he leaned the territory of Mlslones. The conces as sho Is reported to havo ono piece look Into tiny case of suspected over the lied to shake Mr. Wilson's sions consist of 29.00 and 100 bectures, I nnur-tfnt I Iw, fam. to every four of paper money. That - ..v .kuprofiteering that might be reported. Bl'luruiuK i n thn v,... hand again and said: ideas and Ideals will be IHeS. La Naclon says another request is enough to givo her good financial "1 hope your LoulsWIIe. Mrs. George G. Fetter, cnrrled out and I believe ihev will ho." hus been tuado to tho government by standing, If sho will pay hor debts. a German cnpltutlst for concession Sr., whose skull was fractured and her feet severed when she was run down for 400 additional German families. Tho proposal of England In a reby n Fourth street cur In front of the ST. LOUIS POLICE CHIEF SHOT cent act to rcduoe tho personnel of Mary Anderson Thoater, died In the YANKS LAND IN BREST her navy one-ha- lf Is suggestive of city hospital twenty minutes nfter the Wounded Twice by Robbers While At- 5,000 good faith and a desiro to initiate accident without regululng consciousHe Is In Serious tempting Arrest, American Troops Arrive In France on u peaco basis In lino with tho more ness. Attempting to cross to the east Condition at Hospital. Transport Qrant on Way progressivo ideals. Moreover, sho slJo of Fourth street after obtaining to Coblenz. theater tlckeU ut the Mary Anderson has been willing to soli to the United St. Louis, Nov. 1. Chief of Police Mrs. Fetter hud passed the southMurtln O'Hrleu of this city was shot Purls, Nov. 1. The United Statei Slates hor finest air craft, the bound cur trucks when she wus struck while attempting to nrrest two robber urmy transport l'resldeut Grunt, with and tills, loo, whon sho recognizes uud thrown beneath the front truck of here, and us a result Is In it serlou 6,000 American troops on bourd, who that In any war in tho fuluro tho u northbound cur. condition at n locul hospital. uro destlued for Cobleur, urrlvd ul air craft will be tho determining Brest. fcaluro. gn non-union it-Al non-union g ns llrst-clasbe-cat- no ), y V8, WASHINGTON, Nov. 3. Official mistice conditions. Germany Must Pap for Fleet. The supreme council discussed possible dutes for putting the Gennnn treaty Into effect, but postponed u decision until Saturday. The payments Germany must make for the warships sunk at Scupa Flow wns ugain considered by the council. The British government apparently bos accepted In principle the responsibility for the destruction of the fleet ut Scapa Flow (British waters) and Is willing to guarantee France against uny loss from this cause of warships that might huve been awurded to the republic. While the United States and Greut Britain were understood some time ago virtually to have ugreed to sink whatever wnrshlps they might receive from Germany, there ure Indications now that the British view bus changed. The supreme council has assured France that its share of the Gcnnnn warships will not be reduced ns the result of the destruction of the Scapa Flow unit, for which the German government, nnd lot German officers Individually. Is to be held responsible. U. S. Rejects Flume Scheme. has been given the Notification peace conference by a representative of Italy here that the proposal made by Foreign Minister Tlttonl for the settlement of the Flume problem hus not been accepted by the United J.. 'Ir. & V Pago Two THE CITIZEN , ' . v u - Jn, BEREA COLLEGE NEWS DR. CRAFTS ADDRESSES CHAPEL 'seen; that ho was the greatest re The Hov. Wilbur F. Crafts, former; tho greatest sociologist; tho of W.islilnglon, D. C., tho Snpcrin- - greatest teacher; tho greatest phi lendent of tho International Reform losopher, and the greatest in oilier Bureau, and David Rcld, his singer; respects, but to bclicvo that ho was HEROES OF SECOND DIVISION PARADE IN NEW YORK MINERS REFUSE TO YIELD; U. S. READY Union Officials In Secret Session wcro nt tho United Chapel last the Saviour of tho world and morning, according to pro-- ; ttrtilnrly the Saviour of the individ-vioVIco-Prcsid- par-Thursus announcement. They were in- - unl. I Ray- troduccd by That tho mcssago had gono homo mond, and Dr. Crafts look chargo of to tho heart was seen, when under QUIT FRIDAY AT MIDNIGHT the exhortation of Ihe preacher, a tho chapel service. f He read the eighth Psalm and corn- - number of students signified their Hlah Executive Council Decide That mcnlcd on it as tho poetic cxpros- - desire lo be Christians by raising Walkout Cannot Oe Avoided Now sion of David's feeling after being llieir hands, Government Move to Pre. praised for tho victory over Go- - Beginning and for the vent a Coal Famine. lialb. Mr. Rcld then sang n solo, remainder of the term Dr. Ralne and tho Lord's Prayer was repeated will proacb in the Main Chapel and liiillntiiipoliK, Intl.. Oct. nt. Tlir by all. in tho 4Dr. Raymond will preach high executive council of llio Unlteil Tho Doctor thon addressed Iho Vpper Chapel, Mine Workers of Amcrlcn In session students. He said that since tho here refused to rescind tho strike cnll founding of our nation twelve groat CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR for Friday nt midnight, despite the 1 giant evils had been killed In our All or us who are making Berea our warning of the president ami tho country. Among them wcro duel- - transient home, as well as thoso who Imperative need of fuel. "A ing, piracy, slavery, lottery, gambl- - aro making Dcrca their permanonl lleroih of tlir Vcoiid division, Hie doughboy mid murine of Chateau Thierry fume, piotng through Ihe Victory shows ciinviiM n of tho entire situation Hint strike of bl'umlnnus ing, tho saloon and autocracy, home, know that tho Christian En- - rch In their intrude up. Fifth nveniie. New York. miner! cntinot he molded," wns the Bolshevism, ho believed, was aboul doavor Society meets every Sundav way tht fnruinl message from Ihe to rccoive its death blow. But all evening at 0:i5 o'clock In tho Union council to the public put It. Theso things wcro reported mixed MRS. ERNDERC WINS PRIZE COLLEGE DEPARTMENT NEWS Hie evils nf Ihe land were not over- - Church. Last Sunday, Novembor 2, The statement. In part, follows: IN CHICAGO There has been a number of ac "Ttu i f.inr..h.tiMi , enmo. tt..ii...i ti was no exception lo this long ostab- - in friendly groups at tho rear of ..uo.nunui.u.uv.Bl..o1,lUi u. n.u mirkl,ri( cotntMiwd of menilierii nt tivities m the social life of tho Col- Tho next evil lo be attacked is lished rule. Tho topic for tho meol-th- o stores: Excelsior, papor, chunks, bricks, lege students during the past week.! Fircsido Industries of Berea College, the Intcrmitiunnl executive l.onnl. thr tobacco habit. Tho greater part ing was, "All for Christ." Scrlp-o- f i cans, wire, snipping boxes of Hallowe'en night was enjoyed by was invited to maKo an oxnimi ai cnie cmmlttee of the central com. tho address was given to setting lure references, Ecclosiastcs 12:1-- 7, 9od and fibre, bottles, hrnknn of Annllcd pellllve district, mid the dlttrlct nre- nnH oinrionl. nllltn. nr. nnH the Annual Exhibition forth its bad effects' and an effort to Leader, Edward Roark. l",l"' '"' Worker, of Amrr- glass, feathers, -ch'ckon heads, Mrs Raine had invited tho DcparU Arts and Crafts liuthc Art Insll- enlist Berea students in the fight The topic for tho mooting next chicken feel, manure, ash dump., of ment out lo their homo to spend lute, Chicago. She went, taklnsi "uulinV-nagainst it. Tho abstinonco of tho Sunday, November 9, is, "Aro You f age, weeds, sticks. Hallowe'en evening. According to with her some articles, which of "ho United s W,il, Japancso from its use, as they Uraid?" Scripture reference, Luke considerable dead rats, coal that might be in all expectations Ihcro would bo a do- - sho entered in tho exhibit Her, 'reccnily. relntlve ,1P puhllc nre trained for. thefr victory over the 12:1-1Leader, Miss Edna Stegnar. walk out, a pleas-- ! work took tho 5100.00 prize, the to the Impending "trlke of bltumlnou Russians, was used in support of his Tho last meeting was a rousing cellars or in boxes or inclosures. liphtful two-mistatements against tho evil. good ono. Wo aro all thrilled and mud holes, standing pools, play ant nveninc out of doors, and a walk largest offered. This was award- - mlnerx. et for NWml.cr t No Official Meuaoe. skv. But ed for llrst In thrco points A law prohibiting the uso of to- - inspired by ?corcs of talks just bub-bac- co houses for children which make lmck under n moon-l- it color and superiority of '! so cominunlcntlou miis receded by students, ospccially slato bling over with pep and cnthusi-schno- l, tho other things look less disreputa-- ! iliU was not to be. It rained was urged. Tobacco lessens asm for the cause of Christ. Tho hie, but tho other things detract lermitlently during tlie forenoon of, workmanship and In theso points by the Inicrnntlmml oilUew of the nrnnon n.nr.. it wtis nlnccd bv tho ludires verv, United Mine Vorkern of Amcrlcn from ono's ability in school, and the stale next meeting promises to bo just as from Ihe bea"lv nf Mm nl l'it'l'r J1"" Prcldeni or any represent- has a right to demand that each pood, if not better So drop ,in. Ono young man described tho "alley"; came a downpour which decided much abovo any other article thcro student refrain trim anything that Although the houso is always J S're"lT , Dr. Gunsnulus, tho president of remarked indoors. Tho allio or Ladles Hall lessens his ability to get the most packed, Ihcro is room for some WI ,, rll(l, of llltIlmnous about the altraclivo scenery the! seemed to bo about the most appro- - Armour Polytechnic Institute, of miners cnnn.it he nvolded. out of the opportunities offered. more." A rcguhirly constituted convention leiepnono gins have lo look down jiriato place for Hallowe'en feslivi- - i.mengo, has been very much inter-- 1 Four charges were brought against f represenintlves of the United Xllne upon from their window. (1) Tobacco is a habit- - PUBLIC SCENERY ALONG BEREA Hcs so towards ovenlne that nlace fsled in .Mrs. Ernbcrg's work and tho habit. a n tvelund. O. on Remedy: Gcnoral cloan up day was transformed by many busy has repeatedly urged her to mako an forming drug. (2) Nicotine is a STREETS observed by every Main Street store workers into a domain inviting the exhibit, but for various reasons she powerful nervo poison. Tobacco Sm X Prof. J. F. Smith users aro in a state of narcosis, (3 s II was a class of about ninety that has a back yard. Garbago can' visit or witches and their associates.! has mado nono in previous years. fcrtlvo Nm.,.lnll. , , ,ne ,vt.nt ror illth. chicken offal, papers tin It leads to uso of other drugs. (I) young men and women studying fier dinner at night tho young) When the Art Institute and Dr. Gun- - wnge scale net 'negotlnted before It stimulates the ,passions. Cigar- - sanitation and health, who were ans, broken bottles, etc., these to men assembled in the parlor, where saulus pronounce n thing as best thm time. 'The hlgheM authority In the or ettcs wcro condemned as not only asked last week to go out and look be emptied very frequently, so as ihev visited and sang until 7:30, there is no appeal. America has no cnnlzntlon has acted In this matter, containing nicotine, but four or five over the streets and campus and er never to bo seen overflowing as when tho summons camo to ascend .judges superior lo them. Mrs. Ern-soand no repreventnltvrs of the organelsewhere are. Frequent the Ihrco flights or stairs leading lo berg is to bo congratulated. poisons.' port to the class what places were . ization have authority to act such acclearing away of every bit of rub- - tho attic. There a delightful evening; Dr. Crafts has spoken In every one found unsanitary and what might tion aside FOUNDATION SCHOOL of the forty-eig- ht states, of the be done to improve these places. I bish, filling in and tiling the in- - was spenL A panlomlno, which' 'The fncts are that the same sa- como wun every was prepared under tho direction or, Union and in twenty-eig- ht foreign did not tell them where to go, nor .a.... otoa runiaiinn noy nun gins pmt. authority which ordered the Mls Corks "was uiven with much h'ld their Hallowe'en social in the oendlnc strike U tho snino as thnt countries. He is the author of particular things to look for. I did rain' It would bo a fine thing i'ejhoso success. D ffcrcnt mcmb'crs of tho! Tabernacle. Everybody greatly en- -! which approved, the contract which eighteen laws that havo been passed request that they not call peoplo's now expired. . ,,t by Congress and the author of names in giving their reports, enuro buck iois mo wnoie lenguynr faculty related stories, somo of joved lhemelvo 111 spite of all tliel Operatora Blamed. Short Street wero cleared, f!ewtM them true, other fiction, but all were rain that .night. thirty eight bocks. Thoso folks have fairly good vision I hey rej.inMiiinty for, ,th? trl N hail some rrv InlereslitiT in both eyes, and saw some things thing on them, plowed, TfTrowedT "smpv" onnnch. Affer Ihn nrnernm wM 'e owl oiHrotora. Ttiej NORMAL DEPARTMENT to talk about. I took notes from tho limed, manured and sown In rye or'mnnv mnni,! in n.n h(nih. nf th.V entertainments. One was Hie lias.! hnvo refused to wrotlut n wage Next fortune tellers, whero their foturc.s! ketball game between Grant and agreement, On Friday night, October 31, the reports and can present a fairly some other winter crop. notwithstanding the fad formal Department gave a Hallo- - good summary of what Uicy re spring a dozen kinds of vines and wero mapped out for them in a Ip andTranklin Literary Societies. the mlnn workers' representative twenty kinds of shrubs and flowers Vamm vet nleasintr manner. weon Social which was a great sue- - ported. Herb it is: Ro, Score 21 to 12 in favor of Grant huve tirgeil and heseecheil them to do cess and thoroughly enjoyed by all. (t) Garbage cans along Main cotiiu easily no planted, cultivated froshmcnts wore served, after which and Leo Society. Most every one o. The fundamental caue which prompted the mine workers to take Tho costumes were very uniquo and Street and Chestnut Street aro al ana iraineu so as to mako a walk j Wil, round that tho time had was camouflaged to a perfection. 'i'n,'H, original, and caused much amuse- - ways uncovered and seem to bo al along Short Street a pleasant ex- - slppped by, and that it was not Jong ",iw.Irn"tIc nc!ln" Prc "n menl. Games were enjoyed by ways full to overflowing. Flies perienco instead of heart sickening. nntl the wilching hours, whereupon Officers of tho Foundation School rnEU,rn ,mv" have hel! tlmt the work-On- o " riht 10 8,rllil' ma' fellow remarked. "If folk, who :. .. .,.-t.- i.i T.ltarar, snrl.tu. im all. A very interesting program was havo bred in tho cans by tho thous- ' " """ Collectlvel, V"1 tt,,rli .7 V ,M lJ C m me " spirits. ioo(iniuis" ' wcro fhine." In rendered. Punch and apples wero ands. Cans aro offensive both lo """ "'"j for ihe purpose of redressing griev ' Douglas and Edwards served. eyo and nose, and present a picture to sco what's behind some of the sa,. rcep regrets were expressed niices mid tlghtlng wrongs. The ConPresident. Miss Gladys Gray stitution nnd (am run tecs of this free The Phiimathea Literary Society to visitors that undoubtedly makes Kicery siorus, wie uiings wouiciu i at Ihe Department's not being able Hortcnso Taylor government give men the right to work , ,0 g0 oul to Dr naine.g( but it is mot on Saturday night, November 1. an impression. One boy said, "Looks tasto half so good." Secretary, Sal lie Say lor or quit work imllvlduiilly or odleo An excellent program was given, liko these cans are never emptied." j - ... i' vuivivdf in'irii iiiiu ii iu IP1 j n ii rif n if tlvcly. Grant and Lee This Society is planning on moro When class was asked whether any unsightly, unsanitary habit that sometimo in tho near ruture. 'The mine workers, therefore, are President. RnJly Cress thorough work than ever before, one had ever seen these cans being students havo of throwing pie plates night, Pi Epsllon Pi. ono Saturday hut exercising tho right guaranteed Jesso Rogers Many new members havo been re- - emptied, one fellow remarked: "I on campus, streets, walks, any of tho Collogo girls Literary ro by the Constitution ami which cannot Secretary, David Roaoh-Thceived. The Socicfy is very enthu- - saw somebody emptying ono last the student happens to bo ties, initiated twenty-si- x bo taken nwny by the representatives new mcm-whFranklin Literary Society of government when Ihey quit work or tho plato is emptied. Tho hers, increasing the total number lo siaslic over ils prospects. summer." President, Robert Tankersloy when they refuse to work until thelt The Normal Department is waking Remedy: Get lids for theso gar- - samo is true of appio cores and ba- - thirty-si- x. Utile Dulre, tho other Connie Motley grievances nro adjusted. up moro all the time. Tho Excelsior,, bago cans. Chain them to cans. nana skins. A teacher was seen LllorarvSoelelv. will have it.s Initi- Secretary, Arthur Strong Conscious of tho grave responsi Literary Society, which was organ- - Keep flies, dogs, cats, roaches, out walking from Store alion of new members a week rrom bility resting Don tho rcnrc.cntitlre lzed and doing work beforo the and keep tho unsightly garbage with a bag or bananas in hand. Rnlnrdnv. wo huve no other Loonard Cook drove Ills' machino, of thp conl world war, but duo to Iho fact that hidden from passing eyes. Empty throwing skins on tho campus and Monday afternoon, tho 3rd or No- - thrnticli In Indian Ins! Snlnrdnv than to carry out the In- " a large number of its officers and cans at least twice a week. ' "ructloua of tho Urilted Mine Work, eating as no walked "couldn't wait vember, Iho second football' gamo vn..nni,,nr 1.1. rnmii M members were patriotic young men (2) Tho gutter along Main Street till he got to his room." 'iinil?- - r in between tho College arid Academy. ( 0rnii' "L TtnvMlon: ,,Prn n'n,1- - T lt d of the war age and responded lo the received special attention. Orange. A dozen or moro mentioned care-- was played the Academy winning. on ?Ppo' Rlrp0,. ''as been It mi.M bo settled upon the field of , , .n . less habits of throwing call, lutr society was forced to dis- - peels, paper bags, torn paper, iiiuuMriui '' " ib rcNts fairly imme inu responsibility during tho war. On Oc- - nana skins, apple cores, trash and campus-envel-ops, paper bags, etc- .- which U.o Academy has won over ' and squarely upon the cars, tober 25, 1919, a group of young men sweepings from sidowalk aro often for the paper gatherers rather than, the College, it was a harder won !lc" Berei coal barons alone." mot and this society, scattered along this gutter. Nor is Qovernment Moves Swiftly. a.in nuau iinu B.ui)ugu cans vioiory. Hopes aro Doing enter-whi- and go to school n few years." Tho officers wcro elected as follows: the glitter only an attraction. Out on aro not always convenient. Washington, Oct. 30. Apprised of tainerl. and wilh reason, thai th' Georgn Catidill spent Sunday and' (0) Other things reported as con- President, E. E, CundilT; Vico Presi- - tho street theso sweepings and clut-detho determination of tho minora to amo results will nnl continue. The Monday with home folks. John Smith; Receiving Sec- - lerings aro often seen which help slant sources of unploasant memo- - skill on tho part of tho College men atrlku In dellancu of tho president, the Robert Tankersloy visited his administration moved swiftly with Its rotary, Morton Ratcliff; Correspond- - make Berea images in visitor's morn- rlos aro: tho flno life-sizmud hole i3 steadily increasing, which shoud sister in Williamsburg, Sunday and plans to deal with a situation fraught ing Secretary, Taylor Robinson; orics. "Filth and flies" recurred in rront of Storo that be a warnlnc to the Academy not Monday and home rolks Tuo'duy with the possibilities, not only of n Treasurer. Fred Hannah; Yellmasler, over and over again in tho reports. a little tiling would remedy, the (0 rest on their past victories, fuel famine, but of war between the and Wednesday. W. C. Hunlloy; Chorister, Roscoo Nor did tho hitching rail cscapo trowded condition at the Collogo .Monday evening, during Vesper government and organized labor. King; Sergeant at Arms, II. II. Har- - notice. Tho pools of water, tho mud. Postofllco which "almost mako you Hour, tho College girls were rovally Whllo members of tho cuhlnet and HOFFMAN HEASTON rison. A new constitution is to be tho horso manure left there for days cuss every time you go ror your ontcrtalned by P. D. Literary other ollleluls uern In nnfirmii A cablegram from Meshed, Persia, pectlng a pr.ogrnm to meet force with adopted. Wn feel suro that thh and days no ono seemed lo know dusl and full grown dirt or- - cIcly. A program announces tho marriage, In that far forco 1,1 ",0 ''"umlnous mine Holds and society will be a success and will how long trash and general rub-so- ten lort on steams pipes, window was rendered. Refreshments worn t"M",,,,, I'rocossea of law be equally as good as any In bish along tho rail proved to bo a ills. corners and floors of class served. Tho College girls wish to off land, or Dr. Rolla Hoffman lo a to lnv"1u l,f,,,.lII,,,,w"rt ",e ",rlkc tho school. popular Ihemo. rooms' to Iho Phi Delta their (banks MissHeaslon. The message y""u to oxlend I havo given a mere summary of rnp Friends and relatives of Miss Co- Remedy: Garbago cans with tops the pleasant evening spent with the Presbylerian Hoadnuarlors in u.Klll. tmtlvn ln t.OI1Kro,: prm;,"p,l ,'n lumbia Sellers visited her this week- - for tho sweepings from tho walk. tho reports mado by theso young thorn. Iow Wk, and no details wero iho additional legislation the minimis- Clean, covered garbago cans and a men uim women who aro Doing im- -, Found A bicycle. Owner may given. Dr. Hoffman was graduated truflon may need to protect tho people daily with thoso unsightly elaim properly al Room No. 5, iroin noma college and is well and lr,M'1 I,u lorenionen niiamity. , Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Isaacs of Lex- - gutter freo from rubbish would un- - pressed Tho strike. Attorney General Palmer Ington. Ky., visited thoir sister, douhtedly attract as much attention spots. Visitors to Berea also sec Lincoln Hall. favorably known to tho older students and to many or tho faculty. wild, will be a more deadly attack upon with both oyos. Now that attention Miss Ruth Isaacs of Rerea College, as the gutter docs now (ton "than the asxault Ho has chargo or tho American Ihe life of ihe nil last week (3) Excelsior, shipping boxes, ba- - has this been called lo Ilium hunof an liivmljiig army." every Y. W. C. A. Hospital In Meshed, where ho had source of the nation will and brought redreds or others will doubtless look-imiss rarKor chaperoned n party nana crates, paper, paper bags; pop- be to Tho Y. W. C. A. Soolal at tho Gym- somo thrilling experiences sno ir tho truth has been told. nf young ladios on a mountain trip corn, squslicd banana skins, pi 3 when the hear "to prevent Urn national disaster." nasium, Monday afternoon, was en- - Jinks raided that country. this week. with the decision that tho In accord platos, orango hulls, cigar stubs, In two or Ihrco weeks this samo loved by all. Games , .. strike Is unlawful, Attorney Ceneral i other bits of scenery wcro reported ole 1 11, V)? ' '"- ir an0 department was ropUonl-w- . "d each 1 Palmer announced that the perxoiis re1 " 11,0 8,,,0Wn,k aIoB Main Street. VOCATIONAL DEPARTMENT , Possible. (,i,scovr!U, jtlI.Psllnir S(UI1 sponsible for It would In- prosecuted TT, wIlioll 10 mak HALLOWE'EN " for conspiracy girls feel Ihat.they had a STJU! ,"11,r0VU"U)"t!'""'" Tho Seniors of tho Vocational Dc- mon ill Iho Chapnl last Sunday even- -' :," ,7 ,7 part in Iho Y. W. in Berea. After 1 Ing. His text was, "What Think Ye crowds mako il difficult to do"60. entertained 1110 siii(lcnls BEREA'S . PRESENT. ENROLMENT msi not, lorgci 10 montion ono wo had enjoyed a hearty feed or Remarks wero mado about ship- report of a man a father who was ,Inll"w'en. Tho "spooks" wcroi As tho records of tho Registrar of Christ?" Ho addressed tho mies- popcorn and apples, ihn girls m ping boxes that often remain fop 0vu ellltnn n 1. f ,,orcn t a.. t lM.mln.1 l ll.. .III. .at eann ,,,8 tlon particularly to thoso who did olll,,6 ncniucKy nan sioml on Tuesday night. 17BI atu piaying,I. joveil a lalk from Miss Howeisox. days on the walk in front of storos with a cat whllo his .., ,.. t ii- -. f 4 1. ...1 ..i.. inviiuiinu 1.. oxieiuieil 10,. and evorv linhirnhlin Mint Imu nim! ueiiis inivo eiuereii, scnooi tills fall children wcro not call themselves Christians. Af-t- or n A nearly is uin .1....1, being removed. playing in tho yard amidst tin cans, all College, workers and students io" ,onrVnnlloncd m connection Willi 103 have relumed to making, it clear that tho most before thoir homos: (4) Tho favorlto topio talked waste paper, broken bottles and iianowoen was represented. All 1,501 aro now In school and 10(J of Important thing was not to bcliovo aomo to Iho V. W. 0. about ami tho one referred to by other trash. A conclusion was npprcclato Iho kindness of tho So- -' theso nro from the homos thai Christ really lived a lHo super- a seoro or moro whfoh aro held on second floor Kenof Borea of tho students was drawn from tho picture, which ior to all others; that ho was the tucky Hall and on first floor Ladies nlors and nssuro them that wo wero This docs not include Ihn 100 cn-a- ll n't sounds tho scenery along Short Street, , best not printod. naid for liavlntr conn to Ihn so. grout tut organizer tho world has over in iim 'iv..i.,i.,,. o Hall, every Sunday evening al 6:45. mi.. the back of tho Main Street Stores. .c,a1, conunlssloncd workers nuubur 120. i i : IP t V 'l l Disregard Wilson's Plea. nnxt-Snnda- i rnu ' oVI,..!!,?; Spi 2- lo . JS "Aii! Samli. wokto'h '' '" . "' ! hv " nt ,' Vice-Preside- nt, Vice-Preside- Socl-whe- e en Vice-Preside- 11 ' 1 rn? nuo !. S'ta's 7' ch t nt, ed l," well-prepar- ed on "'b!t' n 1 SOTS. 5SU 2? "STtHL Z - - , P',r"1 en-lf- 1 I "iHiuumoi ' .... ... j , N'uvcwiicr 0, 1910 TUB CITIZBN the other half of the ex pense In thill particular stnte. The wnr made It necessary to lironden Un original vocational education net. si. ns to make special priivMnu for Hi rt'l'tihllllafliiii nnd ediicntloii of ills I"' nbled oldlers. That work l n' Ing curried mi intensively, ami the expense of It Is all being borne by the federal government. The new step provide for voinllotinl training for disabled peron in industry. Imiiiillng agriculture trade, com merce, tiinliiifneiuriug. mining. Iran portntlnn niij Hie mechanical art. In till new legislation n In Hie nrltrinn training legllntlnn. the fed ernl government ami the states are t" Of cmire the federal gov eminent cannot compel the stale It will be optional with any Mnte whether It slinll enter Into an arrangeiiie'il with Hie federal government to loot; out for person ills aided In any of the Industrie enu luerated. In case n tnte desire to en operate In the work It will pay ha Pago Thrco. I'leniltigslnirg. IlHrry Wood n severe Injury to his nnkle when lie fell fnim the roof of II, U. Dudley'. residence. I, JPdway. O. ,T.kim, of h:is .triiek n Imliuice with Klt7 plolll mi Iwlf acre devoted to onntti- loup this senim. Fny-i.-ihh11 "IIo's trado." strong-,- sho said. "Cat bo'a "The best fields for muscle nrc often poor school for manners," he an- RAILWAY PROBLEM DUE FOR SOLUTION SENATE AND HOUSE WILL PASS CUMMINS AND ESCH BILLS BEFORE VERY LONG. COINCIDE IN COW PUNCHER By Iiohcrt J.C.Stead Gluihoro kitchener, and Bihar poems IRiflttiM y Irwin Myrr CHAPTER liirlty. startling In Its itmngeiiPM, It c.iuie across tlin valley with the unbroken rliy hm of n wntch tick. "Well, I guess It won't eat us," he Vc'ilnnM nt last. "We'll Jnt run It down und perhaps puke a hole In It." So saying, he cantered along Hie roud, (rovit-the little s'reiim. and swung up the hill on the further side. Ho was half way up when a turn In the mail broucht him Into sudden sight of the strange visitor, It was the Ml he had seen, but he knew It at once, for the fume of the iiutomo-bilstage, tbeu In Its had already spread Into the furthest ranching country. The horse wns less n burked and kicked well Informed, In rage and terror. Hut the boy wns conscious not so much of the horse as of two bright eyes turned on him In frank nnd surprised admiration. horsemanship!" she ex"Whnt Hut the word had scarce claimed. left her lips when they were followed by a cry of alarm. For the car had taken a sudden turn from the rnnd and plunged Into a growth of young poplars that fringed the hillside. It half slid, half plowed It way into a position among the younk were trees. The two occupnnt thrown from their sent; the girl fell r hut her father was less fortu11 single-cylindscmt-vertlrcll-n- swered. Tbo boy wns soon back with a wagon nnd a stretcher, lie avoided the eye of bis guests, but quickly nnd gently enough be ilaced the Injured man on the stretcher "I guess you'll have to take the feet," he said. The words were for the girl although he )td not look ut her. "I could hustle him myself hut It might hurt Mm." Mldwny. I?ni Hair's, sun of T. Ilnrris, hm lieeti eI ,nke Hie Almnpnl! imim n.i. m r n 11 The shadow of llio spruce tree foil nnrthi'iiKtwnnl, potntlnc Ions, cool "finger of undulating belt ncro prnlrle or leaning lazily against Hip brown foothills. It Ami Hut the Injured man Interrupted. "I beg your pardon," he said, "Hint I did not Introduce my daughter. I am Doctor Hardy; this Is my daughter Irene, woods. Klden." MANY RESPECTS February. l.iiiil.vllle. ploded ami While 11 Inking lliisli a plmti-gmp- li of her homo ua tittaily burned. s enlrldge among tlio van tool and green, and rlenr liluc wntcr rippled over lied of shin-In- ? tree (snivel. Tlie houn was of round, straight logs; the shingle of the squat roof were cupped nnd bllsteri! with the Itcfuso loimin of many summer. tered nlmiit the open door: many empty tin, leaky barrel with ml.- Ing hoops, I kp i oh, harness, tn lifted hit of wire. Onee there hud been o fence. sort of picket fence of little but wild bronco bad kicked It In piece and range ateer had strag- gled unsenrred across Its scattered sap-lin- They don't call me mister," sold the boy. ".Misters Is senrce In these My name Is Mr,!" Kldcn Dave Doth Seek to Prevent Strikes Former Provides for Creation of Federal Trantportatlon Board, but This May Be Chanjsd. HORNADAY. Wifli Congress us n whole Is iibnut ready to tackle Hie rnilru.ul problem. In due time Hie m le wijl. pass it lull whli li will hear Hie, name of Senator ('muni in of Iowa, chilli- man of tin c nltlee on Inlers'lule commerce, and the house will pa n (III which will hear tin.- name of i:eh of Wisconsin, chairman of the committee on Interstate mil foreign cnmmeiec. These hill ! they w 111 go to the respective legislative hraiuiic will In some respects lie Identical, hut there will Ik- - substnn-Ha- l difference uhich will nave to lie . Ironed nut in It eem reasonably certnln now that Hie principal difference will he that Hie senate hill will contain n provision for the creation of a transportation lioard which will take over Hie administrative functions of Hie Interstate commerce commission nnd leave the commission the powers which It now has. The house hill In Its present form does not contnln nny provision for the creation of a transportation board, nnd n majority of the members of the house committee on Interstate nnd foreign commerce have expressed themselves In fnvor of conferring on the Interstate commerce commission full authority In the mntter of the regulation of the railroads. The senate bill prescribes n definite rule for rate making and makes provision for the distribution of excess earnings. Hie hill provides that the Interstate commerce commission shall prescribe rates that will yield 5'4 per cent on the aggregate property value of railroads In a given group. To this may tie added f lin-- I .ii 1 per cent for unproductive -moments. Should nny road enrn morf than (1 ner cent on the value of Its oroierty the excess earning would lie oVIded minlly between the earning the money nnd n In the transportation board. B Provide Against Strikes. IJ$..JIIr as they will go from the committees to congress for consideration "will contnn designed to prevent the transportation systems from being tied up by a nation-wid- e strike. The senate committee has voted to Insert In Its bill a provision making It unlawful for railroad employees to strike. The house commit-e- e Iins gone only so far as to provide for the creation of a trlhunul which would have the final word In disputes between the employer nnd the employee. One of the matters still In controversy Is as to whether legislation shall be attempted which will to nny extent abridge the authority of the states over Intrastate rates and the regulation of purely Intrastate commerce. lloth bills In their present form contnln provisions designed to stabilize the rate situation during the period Immediately following the surrender of federal control. There Is little doubt that the fin: bill will contnln a provision Hint existing rates Interstate and Intrastate shall remain In efTect until changed by either the Interstate commerce commission or the state commissions. The final bill ns passed will greatly enlarge" the regulatory powers of the government over matters relating to cur service, termlnnis, pooling of facilities, etc. If a transportation board Is created those regulatory functions will be vested In It ; If the Interstate commerce commission remains ns the sole regulatory body, bureaus and subdivision will hnve to be created by It to take care of nrtdltlonal work. It la practically certain that If a transportation board Is not created the membership of the Interstate commerce commission will be Increased from nine to eleven or thirteen members. Congress Is confronted with a demand that somewhat widespread the government shall surrender the railroads to their owners nt the end of P-n. ciinit-rciicerate-makin- g Mr. Ituth Hamilton, ex10, The girl enme up with extended hand. He took It shyly, but It made him curiously hold. "I'm glad to meet you, Mr. Elden," she snld. "I'm glad to meet you, too," he answered. "Misses I scarcer than misters In this neck o' the woods." Carefully they lifted the Injured man Into the wagon, and Dave drove to the ranch building with an unwonted cuutlon that must have caused strange misgivings In the hearts of bis team. "It ain't much of a place," he said, as they pulled up nt the door. "I guess you can see that for yourself," he added, with a grin. "You see there's Just dnd and me, nnd he's soused most of the time, and I handle a lasso better'n a scrubbln' brush." He was already losing tits shyness. "Sow you take the feet again. Steady I Look out for that barrel hoop. This way now." He led Into the old ranch house, kicking the door wider open with his heel as he passed. A partition from east to west divided the house, and another partition from north to south divided the northern half. In the northeast room they set the stretcher on the floor. "Now," sold the boy, "I'm goln for the doctor. It's forty miles to town, and It'll likely be mornfn' before I'm back, but I'll sure burn the trail. There's grub In the house, and you won't starve that Is If you can cook " (This was evidently for Irene. There was a note In It that suggested the girl might have her limitations.) "Dig And I hope Into an thin' In sight. your father's leg won't hurt very much." "Oh. I'll stand It." said Doctor Hardy, With some cheerfulness. "We medical men become accustomed to suffering In other people. You are very kind. My daughter may remain In this room, I suppose! There Is no one else!" "No one but the old man," he answered. "He's asleep In the next room, safe till mornln'. I'll be back by that time. That's my bed," Indicating a corner. "Make yourselves at home." He lounged through the door, and they heard his spurs clanking By JAMES . Attorney General .Morris decbin-- Hint If rtomen will unlte Iv tilistiiln from buying anything but high price will end. Hickman. Cotton growers of Fulton county are rece'vlng the highest pr'ce ol history for their crops, ami pickers .ire recelv'lig 'lie highest wage.' bid-!e- ' e, the expetio. In industry Many show thai re un Tlie military there were In round numbers SM.l' I ' t Forward, and to the left, wa a small corral, mill alalia on end or fences of lodgcole pine; a comer somewhat covered In, offering vague protection from the weather. The up- per poles were worn thin with the cribbing of many hone. The desertion seemed absolute; the alienee wa the llence of the unspoken places. Hut NUddenly It was bro ken by a stamping !n the covered part of the corral, and a man's voice saying: "Hip, 1 remnant. i ' j r Falun utli.- - Tin l,e:ikliig of a wns while I'vern ('miiiirin: ciiiinlt!e n tin' I'niled Stales nrnv a during the recent war. The federa him to the, bureau of statistics find that there ground and hi an-- wu broken, are In this country nl the present time I'ovliigtoii-Alleattig her elbow w.isj who were oine aSO.INKI person while employed In Indiistryr Injured In hoarding a t;nr at the W' track, .Mrs. J: W. Paul ha uel he This number doe. mil Include person who suffer dWuhlllllc from street ac- street railway company for .?7,7fti cidents, train accidents, accidents on fnrm. In homes and In sundry other ST.I'.owliiig (ins 11. J. W. Alexa niler; retlnd farmer, last hut one of 12 places. It Is estimated that the totn! lilldren, died from the effects of n number of disabled persons In thl country nt nny one time If much larger IMllilytlc stroke siifl'ered two years 1 go. from civil life than from the military during the recent casualties In Unrope Newport. Two men picked up i war. ' bad been blackjacked by nate. In an Instnnt the boy hod flung himthere I Whoa, yon cayuaol self from his horse, dropping the reins Slcepln' to the ground, and the niilmal, al(let under your saddle against a post all day, you Sloppy-ey- though snorting and shivering, had no thought of disgracing his training by Hip I Come to It I" Horse nnd rider dashed Into the breaking his parole. With quick, unsunlight. Hie boy for he wa no gainly strides the hoy brought himself more than a boy sat the beast as to the upturned machine. It was cuthough born to It, hi lithe frame takrious that he should appear to such In the ing every motion of his mount as disadvantage on his feet. softly'as a good boat rides the sea. saddle he was grace personified. For a moment he looked somewhat With a yell at his horse he snatched the hat from hi head, turning to the stupidly upon the wreck. Had It been a horse or a steer he would have sun a smooth brown face and a man of dark hair, and slapped the horse known the procedure, but this experiacross the flank with bis crumpled ence wns new to his life. Hesldes headgear. The aulinnl sprang Into there were strangers here. Ho had no fear of stranger when they wore chaps and colored handkerchiefs, but a girl In a brown sweater nnd an oldish man with a white collar were creatures to be approached (with caution. The oldish man was lying on the ground, with a leg pinned under the car, and Hrown Sweater raised his head against her knee and pressed e. ' rnte-mnkln- g one-hal- enr-rle- r, contln-gPnrjfnn- d his cheeks with small white fingers, and looked at the boy with bright gray eyes and sold: "Aren't you going to do anything!" That brought him tiack. "Sure," he said, springing to her side. "Whada ye want me to do!" "I am nfrald my leg Is broken," said the man, speaking calmly notwithstanding tils pain. "Can you get the Jack out of the toolbox nnd raise the car!" a The-gir- l pointed to the boxjind In moment' he had the jack In his The Animal Sprang Into the Air, Then Dashed at a Qallop Down the Roadway. the air, then dashed at a gallop down the roadway, bearing the boy a unconcerned as a flower on It stem. Suddenly he brought his horse to a stop, swung about, and rode hack at a gentle canter. A few yard from Hie house he again spurred hi in to a gallop, and, leaning fnr down by the Mnlinal'n side deftly picked a bottle from among the grass. Then he circled about, repeating this operation as often as til eye fell og a bottle, until he bad half a dozen; then down the road again, carefully setting a bottle on each post of the fence that, skirted It to the right. Again be came back to tbo house, but when he turned bis eye was on the row of posts nnd hi right hand luy on the grip of hi revojver. Again Ids sharp yell broke .the silence and hand. Hut It wns a new tool to hltn and he fumbled with It stupidly. The handle would not. lit, and when It did fit It operated the wrong way. "Oh. let me have It." she cried Im- patiently. In n moment she had It set under the frame of the car and was plying the handle up and down with rapid strokes. The hoy looked on, helpless He was beginning to and mortified. realize that there were more things In the world than riding a horse and shooting bottles. He felt a sudden desire to be of great service. And Just now he could be of no service whatever. Hut the foot of the Jack began to sink In the soft earth, and the girl across the hard earth. The girl's first thought was for ber father. She removed his boot and stocking, and, under his direction, slit the leg of bis trousers above the It was bleeding a little. In the large room of the house she found a pall of water, and she bathed the wound, wiping It with her hnndker-chie- f und mingling a tear or two with the warm blood that dripped from It. "You're good stuff," her father said, pressing the fingers of her unoccupied hand. "Now If you could find a clean cloth to handago She looked about the place somewhat hopelessly. Her father read her It" perplexity. "It seems as though you would be In charge here for a while, Iteenle," he said, "s you will snve time by getting acquainted at once with your equipment. Look the house over and see what you have to work with." "Well, I can commence here," she looked up helplessly. answered. "This Is Dave's room. I "It won't lift It." she said. "Whnt suppose I should say Mr. Eldcn's, but what was It he said about 'misshall we do!" It was his chance. He was eighteen, tering'! It would be splendid If It and his wild, open life had given him were cleaned up," she continued, with muscle of steel. "Here," he said kindling enthusiasm. 'These bare roughly, "move his leg when I get It logs, bare floors, bare rafters we've the. horfce dushed forward a though clear." He turned his back to the got back to essentials, anyway. And shot from n gun, Down the road they machine and crouched down until he that's his bed." a She surveyed went until within a rod of the flrst could get his hands under the steel framework of spruce poles, on which bottle; then there was n flash In the frame. Then he lifted. The car was lay an pii straw mattress and some Minllght and to the clatter of the In a somewhat poised position, and he very gray blankets. "I suppose ho horse's hoofs came the crnck-crncwas able to swing It up fnr enough Is very Hied when he goes to bed," of the revolver. Two bottles shivered to release the Injured leg. she said, d roily, as though that could to fragment, but four remained In"Very good, my boy," said the man. be the only explanation of sleep amid tact, and the boy rode back, muttering "That was a wonderful lift. The leg such surroundings und dlsnpiolnted. lie reasoned with Is broken compound. Can you get (Continued next week.) bis horse as he rode: some way of moving me to shelter! k "Tnln't no use, you oP Slop-eye- ; a fellow enn't get the bead If ho ain't got the tlllln' cooked meals an' decent chuck, I could plug 'em six out o' six you know that, you ol' Don't you urgua about It, neither. When I'm right Inside my belt I smash 'em six out o' six, but I ain't right, an' you know It. You don't know nothln' about It. You never had a father; loantwayy you never had to be reHHuslble for one. . . . Well, lame lt comlii' to a finish a d flnlsh, yon know that. You know " Hut he bad reloaded his revolver and set up two more bottles. This time he broke four and was better pleased with himself. As he rode back Ida soliloquy-- was broken by o strange sound from beyond the belt of trees. The horse pricked up his cars and the boy turned In the saddle to listen, "Jumpln crickets! What's loose?" he ejaculated. He know every round of the foothill country, but this was strange to him. A kind of snort, a sort of hiss, mechanical In Its regit- flop-ear- s. I will pay you well." The last words were unfortunate. Hospitality In the ranching country Is not bought und sold. "You cuu't puy me nothln'," he said rudely, "Hut I can bring a light wagon, If you can ride In that, and put you up nt the ranch. The old man's soused," he added, as an afterthought, "hut It's better than sleepln' out. I won't be long." He wns hack at his horse, and In a moment they beard tbo clatter of hoofs galloping down tin hillside. WHAT SOLDIERS SAY OF this calendar year. The railroad commissioners of the various states who met In annual convention In Indian-iipoll- s IKE RED GROSS "We nre very lucky to be so closo to help. Of course I'll be laid up for a while, but It will give you u chance to see ranch life aa It really Is." He winced' with pain but continued: "I funcy we shall And It plain and What a horseman I If I could run an automobile like. he doe a horse we should not be here," The girl rested her father's head In her lap. Tears mude her bright eyes brighter still. "Here was the gold thread in "Don't cry, Iteenle," he said gently. the crimson skein of war the "Hats off to the American Red Cross the best auxiliary organization attached to any army in any country." Wm. M. Greene, Co. H, 116th Infantry Red Cross." Charles W. O'Connor, Co. D, 20th Infantry, War '65. "The Red Cross has been my Big Ma all right." Captain L. Martewig, War '63. recently ndopted a resolution asking that the transfer bo made nt the end of the year, and congress gives consideration to a resolution with the states behind It In such an expressive way. Hut there are many ohtsnclcs In the way of disposing of the railroad legislation between now "nnd January 1. To Extend Vocational Training. Further extension of the educational activities of the federal government Is provided by congressional legislation now nenrlng the finishing stages. Just before the United States entered the wnr congress mude provision for vocational education for with normal people, In the states. Under that legislation lurge sums lire now being spent annually for vocational educutlonu! work, the f government pnylng the expense nud the state, It It chooses to js one-hal- nlgliwii) men, ami S2IHI won In a gamThe Administration of the new vocabling Iiou.se wa taken from one of tional act I to be lodged In the existthem. ing federal bonrd of vocational education. The bill ns It has passed the fisOweiisbnro. Fre cnufd by lighthouse appropriate J.VMI.OOO for the $7.rK).0(X' ning diMtrmed the stock ham of Hercal year ending dune ."0, ttV-'for the fiscal year ending June 30. bert Dawson, near this city, entailing 1021. and .51.000.tHH) for the llscnl year a loss of $(!.(HH). One mule, some hog, four acres ot tobacco ami '.'--' tons of ending June ISO. 11122. The legislation contemplntes an annual appropriation baled bay wenl up In smoke. In atof $1,000,000 nfter June 30, 1023. There tempting to get some stock out of the barn Mr. Iiawsnii was overcome by I n provision which authorize the fed moke He Vas rescued by his sou. ernl vocational board to receive gifts and donations from either public o' Itlchmoud. Peter ltarcbiy, of near private sources. This provision was Ited House, bought Hie farm of..'Hi put In because some wealthy person1-linexpressed n desire to contribute acres wild by George Phelps nt public to a fund for rehabilitation work of mile. He paid $i:U.r an acre for the Intnl. which Is said by real estate men this character senate-lus- t June passed a hill to have been a bargain at that figure. The somewhat similar to the bill which has The land has been in .Mr. Phelps' fain It lly jut passed tlie house and It Is rea- said.for Itproimbly half a century. milela Is located about three sonable to assume Hint since both branches of the legislative body have from ltlchmond on the lted House pike expressed theinselve In fnvor of till Frankfort. A nest of hornets at the new kind of vocational legislation. It be dlllleult to reconcile the residence of Or. J. S. Coleman, .Main will not and Washington street, was attackconflicting provisions of the two bill ed by tlrcmeii who tried In vain in Final Action on Treaty Near. exterminate them with chemical tire ItntlflcnHon of the trenty of peace extinguisher. Tlie hornets simply conwith Germany by Hie United States tinued to huz7. The Insects establishsenate seems to be near at hand. ed lieadiiarlers In a crack lu the friimi' of a door of the house and It, The recent test votes In the senclearly that v be necessary to remove tlie wood ate have Indicated body's desire to emlrfidy what It deem? work In order to remove the hornets. appropriate reservations In the resollnrrodshiirg. J. T. Norton, who lution of rntlllcntlon. It may take several weeks to bring atiout an agree- early In the spring lost a large number of chickens through the depredament on the number of reservation and their phraseology, but It puns to tion of dogs, has received $3."i danuve be settled as' well as anything can be for them from the state. The dog settled In advance of fonnnl action killed the chickens npd hid them in that the treaty will be ratified witn ti fodder shock and they were tracked to the place. Mr. Norton came to town reservations. and put In claim under the law that Many of the senators nre expressing killed by dogs will be paid n desire that the final vote shall be chickens paid for, and reached not later thnn N'oveniher 10. for, Just as sheep are In gelling hi case was successful It will be the policy of the sennto so through. to frame the reservation" ns not to reFrankfort. Miss Fannie Itawson, trenty to the quire the return of the secretary of the Kentucky Library It will be necessnry1 peace conference. for the government of the United Commission, has returned from Wool-oLeslie county, where she Installed State, acting through its stnte department, to submit the reservations a community settlement library lu the to the vurlous signatories to the treaty school there. The Wooton Settlement, which Is little known outside, .Mis for their approval. It Is very generalItnyson said, is doing remarkable work. ly believed that, since the reservaImpression In tions will In nq. sense change the lan- It already has made an conditions lu the the Improvement guage of the trenty. the Other signaneighborhood, the betterment of roads, will agree to them. tories nud encouragement of social life. MuOf course the senate may choose to sic nud domestic science are taught In debate the proposed reservations for addition to the regular curriculum and several weeks, but every effort Is be- weekly moving picture shows ure given ing made by the more Influential of In the little community fur from the the senator to obtain a gentleman's railroads. The new library of about agreement to the effect that debate u thousand volume. Is well selected shall be limited. The senate as a whole, und will be managed according to the trenty was for the first time since the best methods. submitted to It on the tenth of Inst July Is showing n keen Interest to Ashland. At Coleman, an actor finish with 't. This Is due In part, senmanager, who, with bis company Is say, to the fact that the senate tilling an engagement at the Columbia ators Itself has tired of the suliject. and In Theater, was target for dUbes In the somewhat widespread de- Curb restaurant. part to He said his face mand from out over the counf y that was cut by a cup thrown at blm by the treaty be disposed of. Al Hickman, the restaurant proprietor, who followed It up with a plute Might Do At a Disadvantage. missed Coleman's, bend. Hickthat There Is yet another reason Hint Is man Just claimed to the police that Colehaving onio Influence on the senate, man came lu his place with an open and It Is the knowledge that Great knife In his hand. Coleman, with hi Ilrltaln, France nnd Italy huve ratified family, Is occupying rooms over the the treaty and can put It Into effect restaurant. The men quarreled over as to themselves nny day by tiling the hot water supply. their notices of ratification In Purls. It Is nsserted thut the United States, Curilsle. The report of the grand since It Intends to accept the treaty, would be placed ut some disadvantage Jury contained the following charge: Jf the treaty mount go into enect as "It has been culled to the attention of r,.. tiu.su ilir..i lor nations In Kurone the grand Jury that some of the phybefore It became effective ns to this sicians of the county have not been fully complying with the provisions of country. Congress ns n whole Is more de- the laws regarding reporting- cases of contagious find Infectious disease In termined than ever to retnln a considerable authority In connection with the their charge and using primer precauiidmlnistmtlon of the pence treaty und tion regirdlng the quarantining of the work of the I.eaguo of Nations. It such cases. We an reliably Informed will tnke this authority through legis- and oiiV peisonul knowledge leads 111 lation which Is now being prepared. to believe thut a greut umoiiut of the It bus been finally decided that leg- blcknes and deaths due to the spread islation shall provide that no appoint- of such diseases might be prevented If ments under the treaty ure to lie mude some of these unending physicians without the approval of the senate. would be more careful and prompt in obeying tint health laws In this This rule will even bo mndo to tbo United States memhert of the' Leugue of Nations. O; 11 11 11 11111 - ( Pago Four TUB CITIZEN Mr. and Mrs. Jesse McKinncy hnve Just, relumed from Clay City nnd , iNovombor 0, 1010 Berea College Hospital BfM Kqnlrmcnt mid Sen ice at Lowest CoM. Child-birth- Wards for Men ml for Women Private Room. Ilatlm. Electric Service. , vicinity where Ihcy have been iting their relatives. Big Sale On HATS Beginning this week, Tuesday November 4th and continuing till the entire stock is sold out. EVERY HAT WILL BE SOLD UNDER COST vis- Surgery, Care in GENERAL Eye, Note and Ear PRACTICE Morgan Evans of Richmond was in Berea this week. A rich musical feast concluded the evening. Lost Tiro chain from Overland Machine. Rewnrd for its return to Dr. R. H. Cowley. Ain't It The Truth? If You Don't Save Your Money It Come in ami vMt nn ettaMlnlimrnt, which l. a friend In need, and In reach of all the people. Wot Sav You Korf.rt Rt. II. Cowlry. M I).. l'hrtlclan v Dt'M.cv, M.D., fhTKlclan Maroarkt S. (ikant, M. P., Physician Ml Mim Makv l.oNdACRE, Nkllik Millkr, R.N., Superintendent K N., Head Nure CHANGE IN RATES lirulnniiig Murch I, the rates for hoard and room of private patients wilt be f 15 tu (18 per week. The rates for patients cared for In the ward will remain the same If per d.ij. Ht Order of Prudential Committee, Herea College LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A Best Blacksmithing Scientific horso shoeing, flno iron work and repairs of all descriptions at tho College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citizen Ofllcc. EUGENE MOYNAHAN Attorney-at-Law ad, Richmond, Ky. Box 250 Collections, Rentals, and Ileal Estate. Olllce at present with Stephen D. I'arrish. Baker & 121 Logsdon, Dentists Olllce Hours from 8 to 5. Berca, Ky. Telephone No. 3. L. & N. TIME TABLE Northbound Train Train Train Train Train Train No. 313:38 a. m. No. 3812:18 p.m. No. 32 5:13 p. m. Southbound No. 3112:46 a. m. No. 3312:25 p. m. No. 37 1:10 p. m. W. C. Engle will move to Ohio soon where he has purchased a farm. Miss Martha Money was in Richmond Saturday. W. II. Harrison has purchased tho Boss Parsons farm on Haytt. Mrs. Hal Parsons who has been very sick with typhoid fever at Robinson Hospital is able to go home. Rev. Dwight Dcrthick, who was pastor of the Church of Christ in Berea about twelve years ago, waj a visilnr in Berea (his week. Mrs. J. M. Lucas, Lamar, Colo., and Mrs. E. F. Baker, Bethany, Mo, are visiting Mr. G. II. Baker and other relatives in this community. Dr. R. II. Cowley will leave for Ashcville, N. C., Saturday, where he vill attend tho mcciing of the Fctitliern Medical Association. Miss Lola Sumner and Professsr Char.es B. Anderson, both teachers in mo Asnevme f arm bciiool in Ashevillo, N.C., were quietly married at the residence of Dr. R. P. Smith of that city, who officiated at tho ceremony. Only a few friends and relatives were present. Mrs. Anderson was reared in Buncombe County, N. C, anil has spent most of her life in Ashcville. Professor Anderson is a Kentuckian and a former Berea student. Mrs. Saffeel, of Detroit, Michigan, died Tuesday night at Robinson Hospital. She hail been in Ihe hospital for flvo weeks. On account of had weather last Friday night the Old Fiddlers' Contest (0 he held at tho Masonic Hall, Kingston, was postponed till Thursday night, November 13. 1919. Program begins at 0:30. Ramo prizes nnd admission as before Under auspices of Masonic Lodge No. 315. Margaret Code, who has scarlet fever, is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. John Welch wcro visitors at Hrodhcad over Sunday. Dr. P. Cornelius, of Aberdeen, Miss., was visiting in town at tho llrsl. of tho week. Miss Dimple Payne of the College Depart inent had a short visit from her mother last week. James Ambrose and family left this week for Florida where they will make thoir future home. Mrs. J. 0. Scrivncr and daughters, Ilea and Helen, of Irvine, arc spending several days in Berca with E. A. Bender and family. Mrs. Alice Moore has returned from a visit with her sister in In diana. A. J. Smith spnnt tho week end with his family on Center street. Will Dooley was a Berea visitor last week. lodge F. M. Morgan has just re turned from Hazard where he has been visiting his old friends and neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. John Muncy have just moved into their beautiful new home on Jackson street. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor entertained to dinner a number of friends, last Friday evening, and a very enjoy able evening was reported by all The event was in honor of Rev. John Campbell, of Clarksburg, Indiana, a brother of Mrs. Burdettc, and coworker with Mr. Taylor in Y. M. C. A. work in France. Those present were: Mrs. Charles Burdolte, Miss Grace Cornelius, Dr. Waugh, Miss Jpmcson, Mr. Fleming Griffith. Utile $10.90 Betters (or $6.50 CLEAN DP DAT $15.00 HaU (or $8.59 Mnsor J. L. Gay has sot apart $10.00 HaU (or $6.09 inl iirihiv. Vnvrtmhnn 41 na ninan TTn $4.75 Day for Berca. It is requested that $8.01 HaU for all rubbish be placed in boxes or $6.09 HaU for $3.50 barrels and placed by tho front, $5 M Haf fer $2.19 7. walk. Wagons will bo sent . $1.99 '0 to gather up tho rubbish. Citizens are urged to scatter unslacked llmo CkildWs bats iron 75c to $3.09 around tho back doors, in ps, and in damp places, as this MORE THAN 500 HATS kills disease germs. Hake tho leaves TO SELECT FROM and mud out of the gutters, so that water can easily pass thru. Don't miss these wonderful November has been set as Rat bargains. Week. Everybody is asked to help in the fight against tho rats. Kill Hi o rats; drown the rats; poison tho rats anything to gel rid of tho rat.. For eery rat, dead or alive, taken to the Marshal, Chief Wat- CHRISTIAN CHURCH kins, 5 cents will be given. And a At Ihe Iliblo School last Sunday premium or .2.;0 in gold will he given to the person bringing the morning there were 80 present; tho largest total of rats during the week, collection was $2.31: 13 brouitht but tho rats must be caught within llibles; and 110 chapters had been read during tho week. Diblo School the city limits. next Sunday at 9:45. Preaching at II :00. Subject: "And When tho Up-- 1 roar Ceasqd." W. J. Hudspeth. Pastor " out-buil- d- 8-- 15 I.lfo Insurance actuaries have estimated that sixty four men out of every 0110 hundred who allnin the Of ago of twenty-liv- e aro still living nt sixly-tlv- e. this number ono Is rich, four wealthy, six aro and working for a living, and lirty-thrc- o dependent upon children, relatives, or charity. Pcoplo who savo for the future must do It systembegins to accumuatically. If a man at twenly-llv- e late n fund for old ago by hiding somewhoro ono dollar a week, ho will hae $2,00 when ho is sixty-flv- o years old. If he buys War Savings Stamps at tho rato of ono dollar a week and keeps it up, hn will bo absolutely cerlain to have over $5,100 at that age. Como in nnd consult us about investments. Ask cs Mrs. Eva Walden about tho new United Slates Treasury Saving Cerllll-catissued in tho denominations of I00 anil $1,000. We aro agcnls of Ihe Government for their salo. Berea National Bank j Fish's Great Anniversary Sale MILLINERY THE BAPTIST CHURCH ol The United States Railroad Administration At prices never before equaled in Kentucky givinc our trade the THE UNION CHURCH . benefit of our THIRTY YEARS LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD Sunday-schoexperience in the millinery businel ' Sunday at1 For detailed Information, apply to local ticket agent. ness. 9:15; prcach.togaV"ll:00; fning values we offer are the Prayer Servico Thursday The results of judicious buying and at 7,:0. One Way to Bent Old Man Herixion is a ramliling man. -- 1 our stock is absolutely new. We You'll have to catch him where you going out. of busine;ss7 are not THE METHODIST CHURCH Hi Cost o' Livin' is to . . can, mereiy reducing siock 10 make next Sunday at For he's an awful busy man. Have Your Old room tor a new departmnt 9:15; preaching at 11:00; Epworlh He'll sell you house nnd lot or land Clothes Made League a 6:1!), Sunday evening. $15.00 Pattern Hats As cheap as any living man, Carl E. Vogcl, Pastor New at the 10.00 Hats 450 ror cash or or u'jcgw"l plan. 1 1 ol The attendance at Sunday-schoFor ten days we will offer out entire last Sunday was 173; number of 131 stock of Fall and Winter hies. 81; collection, 7.09. Sunday-scho- ol next Sunday at 9:15; preaching at 11:00. Rev. John Cunningham, Pastor ANNOUNCES SCIIKDULK CIIANGKS AS FOLLOWS Kffecthe November Jnil. "The Southland" northbound, (or Cincinnati, will Irate Here at p.m. instead of 6:jo. 5. Number 38, for Cincinnati and local point north will leave llerra at U:S p.m. instead of 12 50 1 - Mld-W(- C. ' y 1.- 1 Sunday-schpo- V mso -- 7.50 " - - -- - 51r. i.AO 5.00 " - - -3.59 " - - 2.50 Tarns $1.50 to $5.00 .oine on A FOUR YEAR HIGH SCHOOL MODEL PRESS SHOP MRS. JENNIE B. FISH Berea, Kentucky A Correction In our report of tho Inter-SundSchool Field Meet last week wo find that by somo mistake wo gave tho victory to tho wrong school. Wo should havo said that tho Union Sunday School received the largest number of points and that thoy wcro closely followed by tho Baptist Sunday School. Wo hope that no offense was caused by this unintentional error. ay Great Mid-Seas- on Sale still on at Laura Jones' Store Corner Chestnut and Parkway BEREA, KENTUCKY Tarns, all colon, $1.50 to $3.08 Velours 5.00 to 10.00 50 good Hats, special bargains at 1.06 to 1.50 VeWets, Plusli, Hatter's Plush Prof. McIIenry Rhoads gavo an ad- E. O. WALKER, Mgr. dress at the Baptist Church, Wed Phone 191 Main & Center nesday afternoon, on the High School question. He camo to Berea on tho invitation of the Woman's Club. Cleaning Pressing large number of citizens, besides tho Repairing members of the club, wore present.! Altering and Dyeing He went over tho question of establishing a four year High School in Berea very thoroughly, setting forth Laundry Agency the conditions and needs, making clear the law of the State regard-- 1 Prompt, Courteous Service ing high schools. Oreat interest' Work Called for and Delivered was manifested by those present;! nnd it seemed that Berea needs aj rOR SALE four year high school. The Citizen invites a free discus- A nice brown brood maro. Works sion of this matter thru its columns. anywhere. A child can drive her. Call Mi.--s Jones at Robinson PROGRESS CLUB The Progress Club met at tho home ANewKetKSfij you are interested in Real Kstate in Rockastle If ri nvrutioTi County, either buying or selling farms or town property, please see CHILDRESS & SMITH Headquarters, Brodhead, Ky. New Coal Dealer CARD OF THANKS PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES E. F. Dizney, Prln. Mrs. Muncy has led off with tho organization of her grado in the Junior lied Cross. The children aro emiiusiaiiic as tney learn more about the excellent program offered. This week little OrMius Eversole suffered a serious accident with n broken arm. Tho prevailing opinion 13 that tho accident was caused by interference by another small boy at tho landing. Tho Principal, with some members of High School and tho grades attended cnunly educational rally at Richmond, Friday. Wo aro proud of our children for the orderly way in which (hey participated in the dedication or the memorial trees on tho school grounds, Friday. Beside tho four memorial trees, four others were planted on south sido. Tho Parent-TeachAssociation moots next Tuesday at 3:00 p. in. The public is cordially Invited to allend. Tho school lunch will open at an early dale. We aro close Hip 300 mark in at tendance at tho Public School 2fifii attended last Monday. November 2nd. Our building is loo small. I trust n good audience may greet Profiwor Mellenrv Rhonds nt I ho Baptist Church. Wednesday evening :i:On. He may be able In make our path of duly plain for our enlarge-u'mn- t. er' ' ALL GOOD HATS Big line of Childrea's Hats, prices - - - $1.00 to $3.00 All Styles at this bargain price If you want a high class pattern hat at a reasonable price we can suit you in color, style, and price. Do you want a hat ? Do you need a hat? NOW is the time to buy while the hats are good style, new and you can get your choice at reasonable prices. Quality-- Clothes Shoes and Hats J. M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut Street Berea, Kentucky Tho election is over. Now let's get down to business. Sinco our last issuo we have listed a lot more places in and around Bcroa. Soiik-re-al snaps. One. place of 52 acres, Beren Kentucky house, and tobacco barn, for only $2,000, on easy terms. Another of about '.'00 acres, tl miles from F. L. MOORE'S Beren, on good pike. Can sell as a wholo or cut to suit purchaser. rriceu according to 1110 lanu laKcn oat, I rn won I bo on tho market loiiu-- at thoso . ..fci.m.,i I Ul U3llllli.lll.-tFOR prices. Wo have others, larger and Miiallcr. Como out and tell us your First Claw Repairing WOOD FOR SALE wants nnd we can 1)11 them. AND Oak and Hickory Wood in any You wil find Joint V. Dean at Be lengths, at 93.00 and $350 per cord., tea Bank Trust Co. When in Fine Line of Jewelry SIMON MUNCY town call i.i uud ,eo him and talk ivorfyour wants with him. BuU--- MAIN ST. BtREA, KY. Found A black male pig woighins aiioui mi pounds, kooks iiko a Berkshire, Any ono claiming him call on W M. Bratcher, It. R. No.1 2, Berea. of Mrs. fieorge Dick, October 30, with good ntlendanco. Tho business meeting was brisk and full of interest. The item of most impor- i.wico lining 1110 K,ns- - CM10 move- ment, which is now under way. Tho girls are very enthusiastic, the club starting off with a membership of about forty. Delegates wero chpsen to the Club Convention, which meets nt Nichol-asvill- e, November II. Four delegates will go, also quite a number of tho members expecting to bo there. Mrs. J. W. Stephens read a very excellent paper, tho subject being "The Teacher ami Her Salary." Tho social hour was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Dick, in tier hospitablo man ner, served dainty and appetizing Wo wish to thank our noighbors and friends for the many kindnesses v have shown us durini: the dial sickness and death of our son and brother. Lerov. D. S. Botkins and Family 1 COME ONI. .COME ONI Having bought out U10 coal business formerly owned by Mr. Bailus Wilson, I nm prepared to senc all his ctwlo-mcr- 8 anil all now ones, at tho samo location on Depot StrcoL Wo will deliver promptly to all parts of tho oily. Give tit a call or phono No. 61. J. S. Gott 1 Jewelry Store -- New Repair Shop REASONABLE PRICES Parent, please look mil for report cards next week. Thai ralal "F" may appear on your child's card. It may. bo mended by attention now. Next April will he loo lalo for to noxt grade. ntrs. pro-moti- v - t The rnllroml iiiiiini"'iiii remleii'i! It ilccMnti In Mree! rnlluny ruse, grunt-luthe I'oinpiiiiy 1111 liicrciiH'd fan. to 7 ronlH. ordering fXlitiixlori of double truiixfer pilvllesif. onlurliig tlieui to put Into effect 1I10 wuges, hours of scrvlrc nnd working condition ns cm. Iinilled In Hie leexoii of tho state hoiird of ceiiclllittleti, nnd ordering the piiying Into M'rvlee of 100 tiilditlnnul Mmlloon Wl. -- We have the most modern machinery, and arc prepared to do your shoe repairing promptly by the most method. Bring Ui Your Old Shoes and Have Them Made New at Located in the Cornelius Building on Short Street, lierea. Kentucky THE RAPID SHOE REPAIRING SHOP F. E. Riddle, Manager November 3, 1010 rai BEREA'S GREAT MEMORIAL DAT CITIZEN Pago Five . Tho Woman's Club of Borea ar ranged n very appropriate and most uninuo program for Memorial and Arbor Day, October 31. homt-lik- e "Tht mott anJ atlradhc hotel in Ktnlucla." Pursuant lo announcement peoplo of Iho community met at 3 p. m. at Beren College Management. First Class, Moderate Kates. tho Baptist Church. In tho center For Students nnd Parents, Business Men and Excursionists and well to tho front of tho church, seals wero designated by national On the 'Dixie Highway color hunting for tho soldier boys of our community who had been called lo tho colors In tho recent greal war. They tiled in in mililary roslumo. Dr. Fcllon, tho chairman, I will make my place of business the hymn, America, which It is alin best advertisement. ways my greatest 'advertisement, wo all sang standing, A Umiljr Newipaprr for all that it right Itov. Cunningham, of the Baptist ami I will mako it an advertisement tru, and intrrciling Next for good. When Iho strnngcr enters Church, led tho invocation. I'nblUhnl rvrry Thurw)r at lttr, Ky his eye shall bo mrl by thai which tho soldier boy quarlot sang. Tho principal speaker for tho ocis pleasing. His dcslras shall bo BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (lncfpot met with promptness and complete- casion was Dr. Telford, of tho First WH. C. FROST, Ed.torJn-CM-ness, lie shall lie made and kept Prosbylorian Church of Ulrhnwnd, J. O. LLIIMAN. M.n.iixc Editor Tho oudlenco expected somelhiiur fatisfled. Subscription Rates good from Dr. Telford and they wore I'AYAIIt.K IN ADVANCK not disappointed. Ho gave a mesNEW STATE COURSE FOR TEACHOn Ywr . ll.W Ho Ull Monthi . sage from the heart which went to ING Of THRIFT AND SAVING 60 . . Thre Month Iho heart. or Kiprrtt Monjr 8nd tnonry lijr ril-fN- c Educational authorities in KenMiss Haley sang nt the close of Ordr. Draft, lteirltrwl Irttrr, or on and two eont tampa. tucky have, officially gono on record tho address. Tb dt after your name on tabet thowa to the Thrift campaign ld. If It it not as favoring what data jrtNir putcription It The next exercise wnsiio be on Iho chanffad within thrr wreha after renewal notify promulgated by (ho Treasury De- Public School grounds. The chairat. MUtlnr number will ! IJI luppllrd if w partment of tho United States, and man asked that pupils of the Public are notified, Liberal terma rltentoan whoobtain new tub the new course of study for tho School bo allowed lo march out first, arrlptiona farua. Any one MeidinaT ui four yearly tubarriptiona can receive The Citlten free for Hiue Orass Slate, that is just from soldier boys second, and friends and one year. the press, anil which has been relatives las). So al 3:30, with solAdvertJtina; ratei on application. adopted for the next live years, has emn Iread nnd muffled sound, thov BUSINESS CREED a full course of study on Thrift, and nil marched to the Public School A RETAILER'S Richmond, Kentucky Qualities Every Merchant Should the teachers are instructed that grounds. this must bp used as a regular in Hero Itobl. Spence, our efficient ag Undertake to Acquire slructlon for their pupils. ricultural neonl, had procured for I will I will bo a business man. State Superintendent of Instruction Iho club four Iroos from a Louis so operate, my business tliut I may V. O. 1. Don't put on keroseio or turFIRST AID COLUMN Gilbert has Issued a special villi nursery to bo planted on tb" an attempt at a lynohing. A mob be nblo to prove thai I am a busi" letter lo the twelve thousand Ken ground" a a memorial lo our four broke into the jail and tho sheriffs What to Do for Common Accidents pentine. ness man. tucky teachers under his charge, soldier boys who lost their lives in house trying to get bold of a negro 2. Hub castor oil or linseed oil on John F. Smith Myself and all those who work and has impressed on them tho im accused of murder. Tho sheriff let wound. with and for me shall at all times portanre of giving special attention defense of liberty anil humanity. the mob havo its way; then the Accidents aro constantly happen3. Put on one layer of clean bandDr. Fellon asked the Principal of ing to both old and young. Chilbo most courteous to cuetomcrs. to this age, put moro oil on bandage, wrap branch of education, which (lie school to preside on school negroes of tho city broke out of get burned, aro bitten by dogs, Uncivil language is uol a pari of he says is of prominent importance. had to be dren another layer and put on moro oil, grounds. Trees worn brought to tho bounds; and martial law real business. Tlioso who would Governor Roberts de- cut their feet on sharp rocks, got, wrap thoroly and let it alono till lie points out the fact that in days front of school building and placed declared. poisoned with plants or drugs, olc. give us opportunity for increasing gone by, before the World War serves praise for the promptitude it heals up. Don't lake off bandage our prollts shall be given the ulmost opened the eyes of the people of all for planting. The school sang a ded with which ho acted; but all the inner people "avo accidents or a to see bow it is curing; it will do tfonsiderallon. The "voice over our nations to tho absolute necessity of ication song; then 250 school chil- latter and moro serious trouble moro or less serious nature. Quite better without watching. telepbono" shall not lie one that of- Thrift and Saving that Waste was dren pasod by each tree, each child might havo been averted if the first often a child is injured in a way What to Do for a Cut Foot that leaves an ugly wound, or a 1. Let it bleed freely. fends. We will always hear in the rule, and that America was just- putting a handful! of earth around mob had been properly dealt with. lame limb, for life. Or an adult mind that our mission is to serve, ly classed as Iho most wasteful of each Iree, a'ter which Dr. J. W. 2. Don't wash in water unless foot Will wo never learn that crime suffers an injury that handicaps Maine gave the dedication address. not to be served. From serving all nations. cannot be prevented by moro crime; him for the rest of his days. Al- is dirty. Dr. Maine seemed at bis best in bis comes our business growth, and the .1. Wash wound with peroxide. Ho urges that by beginning with thai mobs are. a menace to all rapidity of ibis growth is determin- Iho pupils of tho lower grades, and well chosen words. Hero Dr. Maine. citizens, whatover their race, color, most every neighborhood lias its 4. Don't put turpentine or sugar dally accidents that often threaten hong an engraved copper, ploto with ed by the quality of our service. about it. continuing tho study through (live or standard of conduct; that as long the life of the patient. Scrvico is not the giving away of consecutive, years, probably moro the name and oilier facts about our as mobs aro allowed to carry on 5. Wrap in clean white bandago It is always a safe plan to bo pre prollU. Service is elllclcnt serving. good will result to all tho pcopo fallen heroes one for John B. Gab-bar- d, their dastardly work and go moistened with peroxide pared for accidents, for they arc ast C. one for Cleveland Cady Frost, Let it alono till next day. Take It is that by which I secure and Uian from the samo amount of study peace between tho races lo come as certain itself. one for .Ino. K. Harwood. One is yet ' of tho customer. given to any branch of education. wound again Mlbold the good-wi- ll A... miiiu -- ...I rtii-i;i- . i tur the certain off bandage, wash You may safely assume that wliere- anil iiiii ! 1 will not givo my profits to my witli peroxide and bandago as be Those who are now in the grades to come for Everett E. Kirby. l.i'byid. inevitably decrease? ever tbero aro children, there will, Brother Hudspeth, of the Christian customer ' will have courage to In the public schools in a decade sooner or later, bo cuts on feet, fore. Keep 7. water away from vyound. of buslnesti will bo the young men and women Church, gave the dedication prayer. lost too nails, poisoned hands and i.uunij iu nciv niiiiA.iu 8. Never unwrap, except to bandAs tho dedication exercises were of affairs in tho business and social KAnio Ttnron workers nml mnnv faces, oilier injuries. Good judg- - age immediately. .VrVje' methods in world, and the Ideas of Thrift and closing a shower of rain began lo forethought demand that week. former students will remember Miss, mt-'- l hu3ino-3fmy Be. saving inculcated now will bear fail, seemingly in sympathy with l.in cvcrv llomo bo equipped with at Brooks, for ten years I will pi business, for the fruit for many years to come. orii-relatives and friends whose Jyvs Secretary In President Frost. They Icas a fcw flrst aid articles. For invasion of fields from which I havo And again, in a more practical filled with tears as they thought of yea country 9 KILLED. AO HURT IN CRASH lho fP not secured business heretofore. I way. the quarters that are now bo-l- a lonely grave in the bottom of tho remember her beautiful radiant 1,ave Peon'c ,of on certain household 'fended face, her eager step. will aim at the acquisition of now invested in Thrift Stamps will sea, and others in a foreign land. efTcc- -. Southern .Pacific Flyer Goes Into so,m' ,f w ,ic" Hers was a soul peculiarly pure r,"tnL' customers and the sale, of goods for have grown into War Savings On account of the lateness of the Ditch Near Los Angeles Par. live, somo really harmful. Hero , i' i..i!.. i i,. which there is a demand or for Stamps anil Treasury Savings Cer- hour and tho threatened storm other tlculars Are Lacking aro a few simple remedies that every which I can create a demand, but tificates, and these will have ma- exercises were omitted and the au- flsh. One always thought of her as household should possess: pursuing tho "Heavenly vision." which have not brought me revenue tured, and with tho 1.27 percent in- dience was dismissed. Uis Anpeles. 'al- - Oct. III. Nine per1 bottle castor oil llpr snneinl iloliirliL vn fn imlher son were killeil mill forfy Injured heretofore. A group of our people went from terest these "baby bonds bear will 1 bottlo Hydrogen Peroxido .'ii1Iii Valley flyer, when the I believe (II lis is I will be clean. 1 bottlo iodino have been cashed and invested in school grounds to Middletown where about her little children for a "dress Soiiltiern I'liolne train No. SO. a disgrace. Tho daily grimo of toil nine other line of endeavor and two trees were planted in memory up" party or for n missionary meet1 bottlo borio acid wn wrecked two nnd nne-haand (lie accumulated tilth of neglect will help Jo stort tho one in business of two colored boys who lost their ing, or for just being together. 1 Jar vaseline miles west of Acton, according to a Young men and women now outin are uol tho same. I will removo all who began saving in it modest way. lives in (lie great war. 1 box mustard U'lenlmiie mexHiige received hprc. The flour lllth from my placo of business. I 1 bottlo syrup of ipecao two tin gunge car and live The events of the day made a deep flu world's work carry in their oii'Miie I'lkivllle. Judne If. II. Cooper, will keep my comers clean. I will miicltc- - wen! Into the ditch. impression on tho peoplo gathered, hearts a warm place for "Brookie." What to Do for Burns nixl trustee In bankruptcy for From Berea sho went lo tho mis-iikeep clean tho clothos of myself and especially tho children. May tho ho- I will scrub the tin- United Stutch Court, Is In a may memory of our departed heroes be Held in Shanghai, China. Again my. pttnl stiircrtng from Injuries Unit lloor of my olilce and store regular- prove fatal. Cooper Is alleged to have forever kept, green by such fitting for years she gathered littlo chilly. I will keep my windows clean. ' been struck down under cover of dark- memorial occasions. dren about her, played wilh them ar- ness It I alleged liy iiillcliils, by IC. S. I will not permit tho disorderly and taught them. rangement of anything in my plac Iliircbett, ii mini whose property 119 n In October, 1919, she arrived in RACE RIOTS IN THE SOUTH taking treatof business. I will never lie con- - miiiKnipt vwik mciu m tin-- minus 01 When Iho recent race riots In I.ik Angeles and began Is the Amount, Now Is the Time, and Berea I Cooper iiwnlllni: Mltlcmcnt. tent lo tie "average " I will excel. ment for cancer, A week later sho Northern cities wore holding the Red Cross is the Place country's attention, numbers of our died before reaching homo and papers and speakers took friends. Southern What do you say, brother, sister? occasion to point out that such riots "I know not what tint future hath Is it worth anything to you to havo a better town, a hotter were distinctly Northern, that while Of marvel or surprise, community in which to live, a clcanor town, a decent placo for we of tho South might indulge in Aixiiued alone that life and death your family, healthy playmates for your children? a lynching now and then, wo did not Hi mercv underlies." Does it mean anything to you to know that ono pooc and attack tho innocent negroes along ilestituto noighbor is getting tho attention, tho help, tho lift E, M. F. that ho needs? Should our schools mean anything to tho littlo Having sold my farm, known as the Jas. Ballard farm, join- with the guilty and did not have fellow wjio has neither proper clothing or food to permit race riots. Fish on the north, three miles from Berea, ing E. T. bis appearance in public? Do you think our Sunday-schoTills was prema- JOHNSON AMENDMENT BEATEN should help instruct and guide tho unfortunato as well as ours? on the Walnut Meadow Pike, I will offer for sale ture. Tho recent riots in Knoxvllle, Da you think it will mako for his benefit, to seo that tho littlo follow has warm clothing, something wholcsomo to oat, and a Tonn, have mado plain lo nil of us Senate Rejects Proposal to Increase Does it Voting Power of the United 8tats half decent chance towards a claim for Hint race fooling is just now intense mean anything lo you to know that contagious diseases will be In League. in Iho South as well as in llin North. nnd our public health protected? Should tho unThis is a dangerous stato of afVnlilnstnii. Oct. '28. The Johnon fortunate ones be given mndical attention in their suffering 10:00 o'clock .m. nnd bo allowed tho privilege of our hospitals? fairs, and n shameful one. II is a iiiiii'lidnient (o the pence treaty, In effect that the voting power Do tho chimes on Sunday mean anything lo you? Then if state of affairs 'hat must not lie alTHE FOLLOWING PROPERTY: they do, and if you think you should put back in this old world lowed lo continue. It cannot be of the United States In the league of Natlunx he Increased to equal that of at least a littlo of what you have taken out, then come on and 1 Black Mare Mule, 5 years old, 16 hands ended, however, by any ono man or Creat Itrltuln nnd tier doinluloux let's do it in true Berea fashion. Hive until you feel good about group of men. or in any 1 Black Mare Mule, 7 years old, 15 hands w us rejected by the sennte. it bo il littlo or much J"t Wl yo fel eood about it. manner. If Iho two raoos are to The vote wns .13 for the amendment 2 Bay Mares, coming 3 years old WHAT WE DID LAST YEAR 2 Dandy Good Jersey Milch Cows and 2 Heifer Calves live together in peaco in this coun- and tUnuulust It. The roll call follows: Last year this work began in something of its present proHall, Adoption Itttpulillcans: For try and live together peaceably or portions. Our present Secretary, under the auspices of tho 30 Fat Hogs, weighing 200 lbs. otherwise they must thoy havo yet Uornh. Hnindegee, Capper, Cummlus. ladies of our town, in two mouths' work, mado 100 visits to 125 Curtis. Dillingham. Fall. France, families in Berea. round 15 in need and mot tho needs. Mado 15 Hogs, weighing from 100 to 150 lbs., and 3 Fat Sows to learn a good many things. Orouiia, Harding, Jones it possible for 23 children to go to sohool who wero not wagon, 1 Brown riding cultivator, section har- boJust how many of these things to of Washington, Kcnyon, Knox, I.n Toiattendance, 2 horse going, added materially to all our Sunday-schoo- ls learned (hero are, no one can I. en root, Undue, McCormlck, Mcplaced good books and had them road in 50 homes. plows and work harness, 1 buggy, safely say at present: but thoro is lette Moes, Newberry, Norrls, Page. row, double shovels, Lean, WHAT WE EXPECT TO DO WITH THE $2,500 1500 pile thing which it seems all should Penrose, Phtpps. Polndexter, Sherman, 1 good pony buggy and harness, some corn and Town-sen1. Child Welfare Program. To get every child of school age havo learned by this lime, but which Smoot. Spencer, i?utlicrluod. WndHWorth and Wurren 30. tobacco sticks, a Chevrolet Automobile good as new, wo while of Iho South are nil lho attendance; discourage in school. Encourage Sunday-scholoatlng on streets and find work for all who want and need it. and kitchen furniture including range llmo forgetting lo our own sorrow! Democrats: Gore and Shltflda 2. also household 2. Health Program. To oxamino every child and look after Total. 88. Itepuhllcnns; all children diseases; to quarantino contagious diseases and pretove good as new, oil stove, washing machine and and disgrace. That thing is that thoj Against Adoption vent their spreading; encourago proper food nnd clothing for havo organ good as new, hall tree, negro must and thoIho protection of Colt. Kdge, Hale. Kellogg, Keyes, Sterdining set, 1 children. Secure, nurses when needed, furnish medicine, and McNally, Nelson and tho courts laws, that thoro protect tho publlo health as far as possible rugs, rockers, and many other things to numerous to must bo no interference with the ling II. Democrats: Ilnnkheiul. Cham. 3. Educational Program. Placo good reading in every home. berlaln. Culherxon. Dial, Fletcher Uuy, machinery Justice. Peace of mention. Interest all families on hygieno and sanitation, on proper feedGerry, Harris, Harrison. Henderson. Iho two races is impossible Hitchcock, Jones of New Mexico, King, ing and clothing. Terms made known on day of sale. Hi long as Iho lynching of negroes Kerby.McKellnr. 4. Relief Program,-Tempor- ary Myers, Nugent, Overrelief for those who aro sick is continued, as long as tho black man, Pomcrene, Itnnsdell, Itoblnson, or out of employment, and who cannot support themselves. Hospital scrvico for thoso unablo to pay, clothing for those who race is mado to feel that it has not Sheppard, Simmons, Smith of can't ulford it, coal when necessary, proper treatment of tramps, Smith of Maryland. Swanson, tho protection of courts and tho beggars, and all kinds of publio charitlps, handling each oase Thomas, Trammell. Underwood. Walsh, law. tm its merits, thereby relieving tho avorago citizen of a contriand WIIMams31. Tho Knoxvilio Iroublo begun with of Montana bution. What do you say? BOONE TAVERN Correct Styles of Ladies' Garments The Citizen j 1 ... . , B. E. Belue & Company ' -- I $ jfy. '' ug ...,i south-iKiun- il on $2,500 Public Sale! Tuesday, November 18th, ol self-suppo- rt. safe-guard- pro-.0K- ln off-ha- nd ol i on C. C. CHRISMAN Art-ron- a, Jai. Evans, Auctioneer Berea. Ky. rage Six THE CITIZEN November , 1019 MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr Uobert F. Spcnce, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science HOW FAR WILL A DOLLAR GO THE KIND Or SPECIALISTS NEEDED Agenl, one copy of which goes to Slalo Agricultural Department, anil another to V. S. Department of Agri- - (The following paragraphs nro taken from llic report of Uio County (..ilhirnMniinffintf IVIifoH Monday, November 10 Wo handled moro than. 850 It. 1 Oraded School. Livingston, 2:30 Red birds and 30 Orpingtons. The Reds are our loading birds and l1 M. Tuesday, November It owned by members of Iho Bcrca Ft. I. Oraded School, Ml. Vernon, 0:00 Hod Poultry Association. Wo dis tributed more than 100 bulletins on A. M. poultry to the people and gave , Wednesday, November 12 niliop nnnltrv Information. Oraded School. Hrodhcnd, 0:30 Mr. Chapin certainly has his A. M. Thursday, November 13 heart in the work, and the good he hns done along the lino of better. Cove School. Orlando, 10:1X1 A M Friday, November 14 poultry and getting people Interested will never ho known 11 can'lj W I.. Carters, Hummel, 0:00 A. M he measured. T only wish that FUEL other specialist would visit our The, other day a farmer came to county ngonls and push Iheir bus! nc33 like our Poultry Department. County Agent's office at Heroa and 'asked the following rp'cstions: Specialists. Wo need more men who count it What mi earth are we going to no an opportunity worth whil6 to go for coal if the miners go on a strike, out with County Agents In Iho hills 'and how are wo going to pay the of Kentucky, far and near, visit- - price? The County Agent answered ing the poorest sections, even If the first question by reading the they have to walk, and become per- - following to the farmer: Get Out the Old Oak Stove (tonally Jacnuaintod and by doing so we pel a personal inleresl In re-- J Oct out the old oak stove, Dad, And set her in the room; turn which brings about an inleresl by oun farmers in our Stale College The lime we spend a hauling.coal Is belter spent near homo; of Agriculture Tho Stale College of Agriculturo Is a dream to somn.j There are dozen o' trees in tho old south lot, We nend more ,specialisls lo sac- -' Halfway dead and bound lo rot; riflce a few days of easy travol and hotel life for hard travol and coun-- J They'll make a fire JJiat's hlislern' hot; Iry life oulsido of county court Oel nut the old oak stove, house meetings and lalks. Tho littlo paths and muddy, rocky 'roads with! Hot jut the old oak stove. Dad, Orind up your ax for fun; pouring down rain, and swollen And soon will the work be done stroams lo cross should lio cxpcri- -l hickory to uso onced by morn of our University There's a bug-killthis year; men. Our mountain parts of Kentucky It's as godd as coal, or a blame , sight-nearneed moro special attention. Thot And It's got a crackle I like to neonle arc good and big hearted. hear; anil will do things when convinced.. Oet out the old oak stove. The Slate College of Agriculture needs to bo carried to our little and Tim QApnrw! mmafinn wne riia big farmers in the mountains, of af(cr lh(t follnwinp verses .., . ,.. lyeniucKY ny .uoumy Agents anu , fnrmpr Specialists. j County Agent: . t i uornuy genis in me rnuun- - ( we as r I( AU Wflnt Qn a strJkB tains of Kentucky feel that the , wondcr w,,al wou,(, appen University needs a man like J. M. nn . ,(r,k If Fcllner and others who could bej And cveryono refused lo touch named, who know conditions and A job he didn't like? needs, to be located in tho moun- tains as a direct representative or What if tho cows and chickens quit, our Stale College of Agriculture. And wheat refused to grow, This, we believe, would be the means And corn and clover threw a life, of getting our Slalo University and And wind just wouldn't blow? farmers closer together, and, loo, would be tho mcan3 of getting our Mankind has such .an easy life Fiscal courts to realize the Slate He thinks he owns tho earth. College of Agriculturo is for the If those things happened he would poor people of the mountains and not learn only stands for a salary for a How little he is worth! County Agent or a Specialist. The discussion of prices for manTO AGRICULTURAL CLUB ufactured goods bought by tho farmer and the prices tho farmers get MEMBERS OF SOUTHERN MADISON AND ROCKCASTLE for his crop and live slock was v- closed by Iho following words from COUNTIES County Agent Spenco will moel his the farmer, "We must get together Junior Agricultural Club3 and hold and run business instead of letting Hieir annual examinations as sched- tho other fellow run it for us." uled below. Tuesday November 4 BETTER LIVE STOCK Pilot Knob School, Big Hill, 10:00 It goes without saying that EastA. M. , . ern Kentucky needs more and bel Narrow Gap School, Dig Hill, 1:00 ter pure bred sires. Rockcastle P. M. County is beginning to introduce Wednesday November S bolter sires and, by doing so, bet Scaffold Cane Sohool, 10:00 A. M. ter cattle, hogs, sheep and poultry aro found throughout the county. Influence of Scrub Sires CINCINNATI MARKETS. Tho record of scrub heifers which had been raised under good condi Hay and Grain. tions when compared with that of Corn No. white SU81.40. No. J their dams shows an averago yellow Sl.4S0it.4O, No. 3 'yellow $1,443 of ten percont in milk and 1.45, N6. a mixed $1.4201.43, No. S mixed Sl.ffL-M- , white ear $1,350 thirteen percent in buttorfat. This 1.40, yellow far $1.381.42. is no moro than could bo expected, Sound Hay Timothy per ton, ue considering their favorable sur$22020. clover mixed $210 28.00 roundings tind .thoir development clover $22020. toward maturity. In other words, Oats No. 2 white 74V407.'., No. white 73V474e, No. 2 mixed 730 there was no indication that tho scrub bull had any inllucnco toward 73tf o. No. a mixed 72V4673c. increasing the production of milk. Butter, Eggt and Poultry. Influence of Pure Bred Sires Butter Whole milk creamery extra 02V4c, centralized creamery extrus GSc, ' Tho average increased producfirsts 04 He, seconds 04c, fancy dulrj tion of all second generation grades 68c. over that of their granddams vas Kgss l'xtra firsts GOc, firsts .10c. or. from 3,000 pounds of milk and 172 (Unary firsts Stic. pounds of fat to 8,102 pounds of Live Poultry Fowl 4V4 lbs and over, 25c, under 3 lbs 18c, roosten milk and 358 pounds of fat, an in10c, ducks, white, 4 lbs and over 2Sc, crease of 130 percent in milk ami young turkeys, 8 lbs and over 32c. 100 percent In butler fat. Live Stock. Call and see Mr. Muncy, Superin Cattle Shipper Sl0..r0pH. butcher tendent of Derca College Dairy, for steers, extra $11.25012. good to llgures on milk and bultcrfal procholco $1O.2.'i0'11, common to fair $0010; heifers, extra $11012, good duction. to choice $0.50 fjil 0.75, common to fair One Cow Equaled Five $001); cowh extra $0,50010.50. gooi A Now Jorsoy boy bought a high-grat choice $7 nog) n.5fl, common to fall cow for $115. Tho father $5.5007, canners $4.5005, itocker and feeders $0011. owned flvo cows whoso production Calveb Kxtru $17. fair to good $11 of milk did not equa! tho product of 010.75, coiMimm and large $0010. cow owned by tho son, five times Hogs heavy Selected shippers tho $t4,50, good to choice, packers au1 Iho labor and flvo limos tho food, butcher $14.50, niixlluni $11011.50. in comparison with ono good cow. htugi $O01OiO, common and cbolco MIKED HKTTKH STOCK I fat sow $10012.50. light shippers $13 Mr. Munoy can also verify this HHV, pigt (uu ios una jess) surr above statement. 12.50- day. ed I ( 1 ' de Our culling Campaign closed Fri- - Thursday, November C Training School, nerca, 8:30 A. M. ('railed School. Heroa, 1:30 P. M. Friday, November 7 At Ofilco of County Agent, Heron For all club members living in County not in either of the central elllh. Hours ffOHl 8:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. M. atine, somo needed stimulation for a very sick person from the exI.nsl week you wero shown how lo tractives nothing moro. 1 Berea's Vocational Schools money-earnin- Training that adds to your general education. g power, combined with TOR YOUNO MEN Agriculture, Carpontry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commerce and Telegraphy. Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, TOR YOUNO LADIES Nursing, Stenography ind Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with other like yourself and give chase for most rapid Improvement. 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course f For those who are not expecting to teaoh and who are not going It alto give thru College and desir more general education. the best general education for those who wish a good atari in study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives excellent training for thoso who expect lo leach. Tlu courses are so arranged that young people can leach through tho summer and fall and attend school through tho winter and spring, thus earning monoy to keen right on In their courses of study. 5th Door This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Science, Language, History and all preparatory subject. The Academy is now Berea's largest department. Berea's Preparatory Academy Course 6th Door course A twenty-fiv- e Berea College Uadaxd in all advanced subjects. This is the crown of th whole Institution, and provide Temporary Raise, in Board is forced by war condition. For year the board has remained the sme In Berea, but the unusual situation in' which the whole country find itself now makes it impossible for us to live on the same money as we have is the past All students do some work with then-- hands from six to sixteen hours as Janitors or in the farm, carpenter shop, printing office, laundry, boarding hall, office, etc., and receive pay which reduces their expense. young man or young woman can get an education Any at Berea if there is the will to, do so. ek able-bodied PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fe by the terra, board by the half term. Installment and room rent are a follow: Expenses for Boys VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADXMT AND NORMAL COLLCOK Incidental 'Fee .Room .' $ 5.00 $ 6.00 $ 7.00 15.75 050 15.75 27.25 050 15.75 ; Board, 7 weeks Amount due September 17, 1019 Board, 6 weeks, due October 2V 2825 13.50 2925 1350 '$12.75 1350 savo monoy by tho wlso selection, buying and preparation of cereals. Cereals, breads and slarohy vegetables make up n largo part of our food, but our large! amount of money often goes to the lisstiu building fods. Tho most expensive of theso foods Is' meat. So much has been said on tho dangers of eating too much meal, of tho moat substitutes, of tho high cost of meat, Hint it would seem almost necessary In slop eating meat at all. Howovor, wo still liko meal. Wo havo found no other food which gives Iho samo flavor, anil wo will roiiliniie its use. This article may give you some suggestion In making a littlo meat go n long wny, or in a moro wlso selection in Iho meat you buy. From the "Forecast Magazine" we gel Iho following suggestions: "'Phe good meaty taste of beef is due to the extractives in lis substances, which are neither fats nor carbohydrates, but which are not true protein because Ihey are not nutritious. The wonderful, Iho Important thing jibnul extractives is that they give the characteristic flavor lo Iho foods which contain them. About the extractives of meal Ihero nro three things it concerns .us lo know. (I) They aro readily (2) They nro dissolved in water. not at all nutritious; and (3), their flavor, which is delicious, is developed only by boat. It Is because thry nro so easily dissolved in water that it Is easy to make meal soup, and lo loso n good deal of extractives in boiling meat, unless wo doviso somo way to utilize tho water. Extractives aro nlso lost if wo cut a steak while broiling to see whether it is cooked, and if this is dono loo often, our steak will bo dry and flavorless. Too much ro washing of moat in cold water cooking also Involves a loss of extractives, and tho cook who is addicled to oxcossivo laundry work should know that diseaso germs are very easily destroyed by beat, bonce so much washing is nccdlcis." Sinco extractives aro not at all bo-fo- When you mado slow, did you over skim off tho skum? If you did you ncloil nbotit ns sensible nn If you cooked nn egg nnd threw nwny tho while. When you boated milk, did you ever remove tho thin film Hint formed on tho top? Then you repeated your mistake, for this film, or skum, is rich in nlhuml, and Important protein body. Tho making of sotfp Is not the best way lo ulillr.o meat, but if any housokcepor continues lo do so, aho should fool herself strictly responsible for devising somo wny lo servo nppellzlngly Iho tasteless piece of meal which will remain, unless she Is willing lo (brow away tho best nnd most nourishing pari. Economical uso of meals may bo found In llioso reolpos. For tho first two, chooso a nock plcco of meal at twenly-flv- o cenls per pound. Conk II for tho extractives In it and first make n nutritious slew or uso tho stock for clear soup. Baked Hash Orind one-ha- lf an onion with two cups cold cooked moat. Add ono cup soft bread crumbs, one cup leftover potatoes and ono cup lofl-ov- or beef or milk gravy, (If, thoro Is no grnvy left ovor uso vegetable or rice water or milk). Season with n little pepper or a stalk of colery cut fine, or n hit of celery salt. Mix well and bake until brown ort tog. Serve with some creamed vegetable, add a simple dessert and your meal is ready ono made chiefly of lefU overs. Meat Cakes Two nups cold moat put thru food chopper One-fourlh cup crumbs Ono egg Seasoning Mix well and brown in a little fat. Round steak at thirty and thirty-liv- e rents per pound offers a variety of ways In which a moro expensivo moat may bo mado to go a long ways, mo following roclpo gives f ono way: Mock Duck One round sleakj (cut one inch thick). Total for Term Incidental Fee Room ...,$I0.75 Expenses for Girls 3 5.00 'Sll.75 $ 0.00 nutritious, it is rather unfortunate that they lastc so good, for It is vory I 7.00 050 650 M OO 050 H.OO 11.00 Board, 7 weeks Amolint due September 17, I91U 2550 Board, 6 weeks, due October 20 12.00 2050 12.00 2750 12.00 Total for Term $3750 '$3850 '$3950 'This does not include the fourdollars deposit, nor money for books or laundry. Corner rooms $1.00 more. BatJa Special ExpeaiesMa AMIUoa to Inciieatal F Winter Fall $12.00 $13.00 Stenography and Typewriting 12.00 13.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) 6.00 050 Bookkeeping (brief course) Business course for students in other departments: Stenography 900 one S?rif $11.00 11.00 difficult to porsuado somo persons that tho expensivo extracts of beef do not nourish tho invalid for whom they aro often purchased nl a sacrificial cosL Thoy nro bolioved lo bo stimulating, and henco will aid in tho digestion of any truly nutritious foods whioh may bo served with them that is all. Furthor, In the strong meal stock and home-mabroths, into which Uio flavor of much good meat has gone, thero is littlo truo food valuot somi energy may bo derived from tho gel do Snot Dressing Two cups crumbs (Ontraup com broad, ono cup light bread). Two lablespoonfuls beef fat One lablespoonful chopped celery Ono lablespoonful salt tahlespoonful pepper Onion If desired Water o moisten crumbs One egg Wipo moat, spread wilh dressing, roll and tie recuroly. Placo suol on lop nnd roast for ono hour. Baste with tho Julco which cooks out Serve with brown gravy. One-eighth - ft KEEP 550 8S Typewriting, with use of instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog, Cora. Arilh, or Penmanship, each.. hour's 050 1.95 6.00 550 1.65 150 In no caso will special Business Fec3 exceed $1.00 per week. If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be the full year, by all means thoy should enter for a course during the winter and spring terms. The public schools will close about Christmas and the teacher and advanced pupils should not bo idle through the long winter months but should be studying in Berea where the best education can be gotten for least money. in school Applicant must bring or sead a testimonial showing that thy an above 15 year old, in good health and of good character. Thl may b signed by some former Baraa student in good standing or som reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, straw hat, one suspender uud not much clse for clothing, writes a correspondent of the Chicago Dally News. Do, end Few Things Add Hut park couimlsHliniers rurely give Simple to More to the Appearance of thut kind of boy a thought nor the a House. that could tie made of the space now used for elms and sickly shrubbery. Those who can afford to spend the Whut tree more beautiful than an time unit money need experience uo Rpple, peach or cherry abloom? Walwell nuts, hickory nuts and other are 100 difficulty In having window boxes plants furnished with handsome kt cent American und would tend to throughout the entire year. In winmake 100 per cent Americans of every such ns boy and girl who eat of their fruit or ter hunly dwnrf boxwood, youiii; pines, spruce, arbor-vlta- e enjoy their shude. and juniper may be used In the Consider the amount of, fruit and body of the box with Kngllxh Iry to nuts the children might have at no trull iver the edge. In eiirly spring greater expense than we now have various bulbous plunts tulips, crocus Jtint tn raise a few leuves and see them ure available. Double blown ii way I mill daffodils Kngllsh iIiiIhIi-or punsles muy also be Mere Is a Held for the boy KeoutH. used. There Is. of course, no difficulAnd a field that Is worthy of uny orocty whatever In obtaining plants to ganization that hiia American blood In cupy the boxes during the summer. Its system and wants to play the great There Is a Inrge number of plonts game of the people, for the people and that are Miltnhte for window and by the Jieople. BOXES AT WINDOWS s MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Ber;ea, Ky. LEADERSHIP The war gavo us leadership in agriculturo; If wo are to rotaln the leadership, wo must improve holh tho quality and tho nuanlity of our live stock. Failure to maintain our live, stock in proportion to our populatin means dependence on other countries for meat, leather, and animal fats. Help Us to Introduce Better Sires In Every Community. FOWLS CONSUME WEED SEEDS Also Pick Up Insects GILLS RED GROSS BUDGE BUTTON OFJMERICANISM D. Matter No and Vegetable Other Farm Anl-mat Would Use. FowM'are natural scavengers, consuming great amounts of weed seeds,' picking up Insects that would be detrimental, and finding vegetable and other matter that no other domestic or. use. enlniBl wqjibj ejtjier fll C "Wear your button" Is the urgent word from National Headquarters of the American lied Cross, calling every cltlten to join during the Third Roll Call and to display the Red Crosa, emblem coasplcu ously. "The Iladge of Americanism" this year consists of a neat little celluloid button of white, bearing In Its center a Red Cross beneath which are the figures "1920" In blue "It should be a distinct source of pride to every American Lo wear this button, which represents so much to suffering humanity the world over," the statement adds, "Keep It In view throughout the Roll Call for It will save you from embarrassment during the last two days, when every citizen not wearing a Red Cross button will be solicited to Join." Washington. Among them porch box gardening. may be found thosu that wilt thrive In wuntiy. shaded or partly shaded places, l'luiitufor window boxes can be roughly grouped In three, divisions-trail- ers, plants of medium size for the second row and taller ones for the back row. There Is nothing hard and In small flint about these divisions. boxes t Is advisable to dispense with the fuller kinds, and sometimes on excellent effect can be obtained by using one variety alone. Borne of the petunias by themselves, because of WHEN HONEY BEE WILL STING Persons Dressed In Black Garments Should Exercise Caution In Handling Insects. Dark colors seem to be more offensive to bees thnn light, and tho person dressed In dark gurments should show more cuutlon when handling their strong growth and sprawly habit, furnish adequate height and ot the mine time trail sufficiently to hide the front of the box. TREES IN theso useful Insects. Offensive odors are also objectlonablo tn them, and the person recently returning from working In the stuble or whose persplrutlon has a distinct odor should show some discretion In making himself familial nround the beehive. MUCH FRUIT Suaoestlon THE CITY That Would Seem to Be Consideration SOIL FERTILITY LOST Worthy of Serious by Authorities. Prevent Erosion or Washing by Keeping Lands In Sod and by Filling Gullies. (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) Much soil fertility U tost every winter by soil washing or erosion. Put a stop to It by keeping the hilly lands In nod, planting a cover crop, tilling the gullies with brush, etc. under-drulnagtt I have often asked why we could not havo In parks, ulnng our boule-vurdapple, und ulong our ntreef peach and cherry trees. Tho unswer given wus that boys would climb the trees nnd eat the fruit. The robins, too, would eut the cherries. When a boj-- I gathered hazelnuts tm land now Included In Lincoln purk and they tasted flue to a boy. with, a torn e, J. . November 0, 1010 T1IR CITIZEN Pago Seven mriovr.D tmiroRM international SENATOR JAMES E. WATSONirjII SfiNMrSaiooL Lesson ny nr.v ICopyrleht. The Wreck of Faith Dy REV. J. II. RALSTON, D. D. 8tctUry nf Cflfftacondtocs Drpsttmtnt, Moody lilblcInitltuU.ChlctfS Tt'XT- -I mnrvrl that ys are so soon removed from htm that railed you Into the Bruce of Christ, unto another gnspel, which Is not another -- Oal. rnLiiir.it nAriru lint UI1IUIP rir R0UND THE "WORLD WITH l fi 1 COAL DEALERS SAYS PRICE SCHEDULE MUST BE OBSERVED MAY INSTITUTE ADDITIONAL COURT MOVE. imrkT A t nutv inAnt Home Service. (& Tchtr of Knullili IllbU Initltut of FOR p n kitzwatkii, lllble In 11. tin Moody d.. IH, V.itn Ntw.pip.r UntonV LESSON WITNESSES I.KBBON OOI.DKN NOVEMBER 16 Federal OF CHRIST'S :W-J- GLORY. Oppoed By Coat 'LetUr Urging Recall of Government Plan State Official Order Tracmeti In TKXT- - Tills ) my y him. -- Mark :T. ADDITIONAL M ATKHIAIy-M- tt. 17:1 I. Mark t:M, II IXrrl. I'MMAHY AND Jl'MOIt TOPIC-P- tr nd Jolin with Jnui on I lie rnountiiln. HKNIOIl AND ADULT TOIMC-T- lif lory or Clirtnt. TK.XT-I.- uk Commend Policy cf Executive. fim hmr llod Here we have nn expression of I'iiiiI's nsHiiilshmcrit Hint the (lalntiiiii Christians wrTe )!. Jui While It I true Hint In tht the disciple nrr witticines of Christ' glory, the full truth Is Hint tlie n of Chrlit In glory wns to glve to the discouraged n of the Melnnlc Kingdom. The hopes of the were crushed whin Christ announced his ilenth on the cnns. They were mnihle to m how Tlctory could Issue from denth. Jesus took wild hliu IVler. Jiunes. mill John, tind went Into the mountain to pmy. Ills chief nlin In retirement was to j;et the dlsrlpjes npurt Into state of rcceptMty mo Hint hu tnlclit show thein the method of the Kingdom. Ilefore going to the iiiountnin he declared Hint there were, some standing In his prevnee who would not taste of den Hi till they should see the Son of Mini coming III his Kingdom (l.uke 0:27 Matt. 1(1 ;2H). Tlmt their drooping spirits might he revived ntid their confidence restored, he Is lrniungured liefore them. Two men from the upper world nre sent to converse with him t)Oii t his approaching death In Jerusalem (v. 31) the very thine iihout which the disciples ref lived to talk. Then, loo, (lod's own voice wns heard In words of npproval of (Tirlst's course, directing thein to henr the Muster. Surely they ennnnt douht his ulilllty now to carry Into execution his king-doplans. The purpose, then, of the s truusMKiiratlon Is to give the a forrglcum of the coming Kingdom, to ennhle them to see the Kingdom In emhryo. That this Is true Is not only shown hy the context and clrrumtnuc-es- , hut by the Inspired Interpretation of one who was with him and knew all that happened. Peter said, "I'or we did not follow cunningly devised fnhles when we made known unto you the ower and coining of our Lord Jesus Christ, but we were eye witnesses of his majesty, for he received of (Jod the Father, honor and glory when there came such voice to bltn from the excellent glory. This Is my beloved Son In Vrh6hl I am well pleased; Jand this voice wt ourselves heard come out o? henvon. when we. were with him In the holy mount. And we have the word of prophecy made more sdre: v hereunto ye do welt that ye take heed, ns unto a lamp shining In a dark place, r until the day dawn, and the arise In your hearts (2 Peter 1:10-1It. V.). To those who believe In tl'e Inspiration of the lllble these words are flnnl. Ict us therefore note the outstanding features of the Kingdom as displayed In the trnnsilgurutlon. I. Jesus Christ ths Glorified King on Mourt Zlon (v. Hi)". The glorified King en this Mount was Intended to symbolize the Messianic Kingdom when Christ returns to the Mount of Olives In Jerusalem 7.ech. 11:417). This Is still In the future, and will he literally fulfilled. II. The Glorified Saints With Christ (vv. ;). 31). 1. Monex, who was once dmlcd un entrance Into Palestine, appeurs now In glory, representing the redeemed of the Lord who will pass through death Into tlie Kingdom. Many thousands of the redeemed have fallen asleep and at the coming of the Lord, shall be awak-- . died to pass Into the Kingdom. Z Klljnh, now glorified, represents the redeemed who shall pass Into the Kingdom through translation. Many shall bo living upon the earth when the Lord shall come, and shall without dying be changed and thus puss lino the t The. Kingdom (1 Cor. 15:W-K1- ; n innnl-fmtntlodln-lple- s fore-gleadny-sta- 3. They talk of the very thing whlrh the disciples refused to believe, name ly, the death of Christ. III, Israel, in the Flesh, In Connection With the Kingdom, Represented by Peter, James and John (v. J8). Israel shall be culled from their hiding plucc among nil nations of the earth and shall he gathered In Jesus Christ the King, as the central people In the Kingdom (Kt. 3V.21-271. Peter proposes to build three (v. Iki). The Feast of Tuber-micielooked forward to the glorious Peter caught n reign of Christ. glimpse of the slgnjllcancu tif the trnnsilgurutlon. Ills proposition showed that he thought of the Feust of Tuber-uncleand therefore of the Millenium. 2. The divine voice (v. 3.1). At this time Coil himself uttered his words, assuring them that this one In glory was his sou Jesus I'luist. IV. The Multitude at the Foot of the Mountain (vv. This is representative of the nations which shall be brought Into the King dom uhlrh shall lie eMuhllshod oxer Israel (set lsilnh 11:10 12). The people hero were grievously oppressed by the devil. There nre times when the devil Is espis'lall) active in his oppression of men. About the time of Christ's first coming he did his best to liaruss men, Jiu-- t beore Christ's coming Hgtiln he will In' epeclully active, for he knows that his Hue Is ). s s, short. lliellt WMs miKle In resToliM to a le It, from W. A .Marshall, of the Wholesale Coal Tmde Association, New union of fnlth nnd xok t'll'j. Pies. .lent .Marshall had writien works. to Atloinc.. lieueral Palmer in opposiThere Is suggo tion to the Go. eminent order plat, ng Hon that there n mil xl in ii it price on coal and the es sometlilug wiih fairly nnnlagnus Senator Unison of Indiana who at- liibllshliient or a priority rule for tl.s between tho (Inlii-tlnt- i tacked the Investigators employed by tr. billion. Mr. Marshall snld the max order, would curtail the church nnd the federal trade commission us so- li.iimi jiri.-pl'ohtihllit. of meeting the high cost the church of to- cialists and bolshevlsls. s mused by the strike and hinder When the day. In tlie produetloii of coal, lie llrst century closed there was u deposit said the law of supply and ileiiiaud of divine truth left In the form of some would lake- care of distribution better , psalmwritings hy prophets, than iin.v ihiiiretlcal program .mil ists, herdmeii, fishermen mid others', urged that theie be no Interference all Inspired of God. This deposit limy the (iovfrnmciit's departments or be considered from some three differlliiilrond Administration. General 1'nl WAR -ent sliindMilnts: First, It wns somehut replied that he ns amazed by the thing Hint was for nil the worbl un coal men's letter, saying: such, nil nations and peoples. It was "Your proposition In effect amounts to be the foundation of the Intended religion that the world needed; and General Declares Army of 300,-00- 0 to it- declaration that coal dealers should be peiinlttiHlio tulle advantage upon It grew up the system of belief Is Enough. of these abnormal conditions nnd have which, while vnrylng In different countheir prlii's based entirely upon the tries nnd centuries, wijs substantially luw of supply and dfiunnd, which Is the some everywhere, and should be so URGES YOUTHS BE. TRAINED only another wuy of saying that they today. should he permitted to charge the pubThe church fell heir to this treasure lic whatcMT they please." The wholebut fulled to be true as Its custodlnn. sale toal dealers" letter follows: Teachers of theology were like the Commander Makes Recommendations The fact that there is no general at Joint Meeting of the Senate and Talmudlsts of old. nnd receded further shortage of coal, nnil tin supposition 0 and further from the original teaching Sayi House Committees that millers who wish to work will he us the centuries went by. Force Too Big. protected by the Government, leads us This deposit of truth utso was given to the following statement ami recomto the Individual, for (3nd never In-Washington. Nov. 3. A regular mendations: "With proper police or tended that his Hook should be under army, large enough to provide ugnlnsi troop protection there will be sullli'leiit lock nnd key. sudden nttneks nnd to meet; Interna miners! who will continue at work to tlonnl obligations on Hie American con insure nn adequate supply to meet the Hut In quite recent times the whlcfi that faith presents were tlnent, and n "trained citizen reserve' emergen")' ciun-eby the strike. greatly varied, nnd ure quite different to deal with any emergency wns recom "Fixing n maximum price will cur- from the aspects In n previous time. mended by fleneral Pershing at Joint tnll the operators" ability t et lbThe departure from the faith may be meeting of the senate and house mill normal production costs caused by the strike, nnd will discourage operators sHikii of under three general propo- tnry committees. sitions: The genernl nmde a plen Hint the nn in their efforts to produce coal. Tin-laof supply mid demand will take 1. That faith Is still the limit of attloo keep nhrenst of other countries In tack on the part of Its nvowed ene- development of the air service nnd snltl nirej of distribution better Hum any mies, although Hie form of attack has It also was essential that the transport tlusi 'eticiil program. We ur not with u wartime condiilgu, br.t corps, nurse corps and tank corps He radically changed. 2. There has been n departure from mnde adequate. He thought the num- Hive Its wnlch the demand for coal is the generally accepted Interpretation ber of otllcers of high milk provided normal, and will continue so, If the to of tin Word of Cod on the part of a for In pending legislation wns "ruther public Is assured of proteetlou miners to enable them to produce, and very large number of tcuchcre of re- excessive." noninterference by Government 300,000 Men Sufficient. ligion and various subjects In which In the matter of distribuGeneral Pershing sold he disagreed the church In Hi external relations particularly nre outwardly Interested. with the wnr department recommendu tion. Tho putting Into effect of lists will result In unnecessarily Whnt was the burden of that re- Hon for nn army of CtiO.OOO men nnd ligious teaching? The ultimate denial snld that nt the outside 27.0(HJ to 300.-00- jverstocklng certain coiiNrimers and alor possibly less, would be sulll lowing others to go without. If there if the supernatural. The result of this ire attempts at prohteering the vtitli many theological teachers has clent. provided under recent amen. The large caucus room of the house In the tlrst place the full acceptbeen to the Lever law may be used ance of those views, and secondly n ofllce building In which the money trust to prevent the same. We rctoimncirl kind of teaching which leaves the pu- ant) Miby Investigations were conductnslde for the henrlng the hut mlnets be protected m that they pil without any positive conviction. A ed was nay work In safety, and that consum-o- f further result has been Hint u genera- most Important held In connection with coal be allowed to procure the tion of younger men educated In semi- the mllltnr.v bills being considered by a:ue through the usual tioriitfi chan-lelwhere there was such positive the committees. naries without Interference from GovChnttmen Wadswnrth and Kalin of denial of the supernatural, or tho hesitating and uncertain teaching, tins tho senate ami house military commit ernment departments tir tho ItalroaiI ;rnvn tip, nnd Is nl best uncertain In tees, respectively, have announced Hint Administration.' received Telegrams were from the testimony of the expeditionary ts convictions. g mid oitlclals of various coal commander would close the hearings, A still further result Is that the peostntes, Indorsing the stand of which had elicited the views of Secre ple of the churches ministered to by :he Government. mil men are not Informed ns to the tnry linker, (lenernl March, chief of divisional commanders of the jreitt truths of the lllble, and become staff; Whisky Ban May Be Lifted. the easy victims of till kinds of heresies overseas army nnd ollicers of the genNew York. The Sun says that bank-r- s mil ns Christian Science, theosophy. ernl staff. of New York have received posl-Iv- e Plan Permanent Military Lawa. etc Or, If they have not gone off Into assurance that the liquor ban will The two committees will begin draftthese heresies openly, are merely exist-- i ing permanent mllltnry legislation Im )e lifted In time to allow bunks hulling ns bodies of Christians, with Peish-Ing- . ng millions of dollars worth of ware-musof real life. A grand total result mediately nfter henrlng General It Is not considered probable, certificates its collateral, time to Is that we find the Church of Cod today sturdily Indifferent to' the vital however, that either house will be able Iquldate these Imperiled securities, truths of Christianity, and holding fast to net on the legislation before the l'lils news, proceeding from Wnshlng-on- , was circulated In this city nnil to Its existence by Introducing nil convening of the regular session In Demused Jubilation In various quarters, kinds of physical buttresses. There cember l'ho newspaper says Its Informant Is nre great church buildings, unlversl-tle-n attorney who Is Interested lu batik-n- g colleges, etc., mere chnruel houses TO RUSH ALIEN DEPORTATION circles. for within there Is nothing bur' decay ing llesh ii i id dead men's bongs. at Washington Gets Favorable Senate H0,000,000 to Aid Scientific Research. Report on Bill at Attorney General 3. Hut there Is another aspect of the New York. John U. Itockefeller has Palmer Request day that Is observable the decay ol iddeil $10,000,000 to his endowment of tudivlilunl fnlth. Tlie writer bus had Washington, Oct. 31. At tho request .he Itockefeller Institute for Metrical many say to him: "We do not know of Attorney Genernl Palmer tho senate Iteseiirch, It was announced. The gift. what wo belleye any nlore." Inquiries Immigration committee ordered n fahe largest one yet tnutle to the being nindo along ceruiiu lines, such vorable report on tho house bill providIs to meet rapidly growing ns the deity of Christ, the authority ing for deportation nnd pcrmnnent exjeeds In of the Holy Scriptures, tho subject ol clusion from the United Stntes of nllen o make Its various lines of work and legeiierutiou, the same lack of faith anarchists. The houso measure pro- protection available new knowledge for of the public health and was still expressed. There Is nothing vides for deportation of aliens Interned 'or Improved treatment of disease and sadder than this In the whole realm of during the wnr In addition to anar- injury. The sclcntlite stall' of the religious phenomena people without chists nnd also those convicted of vio faith. This aspect becomes tragedy lating tho esplonngo, draft, explosives Itockefeller Institute numbers 03 tueu. when vye realize that the young peoplt anil other laws. Aliens making threats Rioters Are Dispersed, of our Christian homes even express against the president also would he Ixinilon. A dispatch to the K themselves an having no belief. Out subject to the bill's provisions, which place where such fnlth Is ruined Is In would make final any deportation tie-- c,m"'' Telegraph from Cairo says rioters at Alexandria were dispersed thu Cotlless colleges nnd universale clslou of the secretnry of labor. by tho use of machine guns, and that of the laud. The charge must not be there were many casualties. placed on the statu universities, for GET FOUR-YEA- R TERMS tho danger front them Is not so great REDS Train Hits Truck; Fourteen Killed. us from the universities Hint arc Philadelphia, Pa. Twelve men and founded hV Christian people and urc Finnish Editors of New York Radical Magazine to Be Deported at two women were killed und fourteen under nominal Christian control. . End of Sentence. other persons nre In New Jersey hos- Wluit Is the remedy? Ilefore thlt pltuls, Injured seriously, as u result of many will remedy can he presented, New York. Oct. 20. Carl Plnvlo nnd n,o collision of u motor truck anil a succumb us victims of their Ignorance Gust Alonen. Finnish editors of a radl- pusiuger train ut the Salem pike . but the title may be checked, If the mm me rcrosslng of the West Jersey and Sea-fircai muguiuiu iuu.i..vu world can be brought buck to the ac- shoro Itullrouil. men convicted of criminal nnnrAll the dead ami m. ceptance of the great principles of the chy la this state, were sentenced to not J red were members of the Glen Soreligion. ThuChruch of Qod less than four years and not more than ii Protestant cial Club. They were returning from cifn do much by positively requiring ol eight yearn' Imprisonment Justice n mtiHiuuriidi) party in ltllllngspi.it, a Its teachers that they tench nothing Weeks, In pronouncing sentence, Mated lulling resort on the Delaware Ulver. but the fundamentals of our Chrlstluc that when tho men had served their Twenty-eighmen uml t women religion, and teach ssltlcly. sentence their deportutlou would be were lu the truck ut the time. suit the in now slipping from tho truth us lie had given it to i hem nnd were trying to inane n rnmpolte religion that would hotter n ' t'nlon News Srrvlc. Washing. .ti.Attorne.v (ieneinl A Mitchell Palmer declared that the Gov eminent would take action, to protect be Inli resi. ,.f die giumml public ittir lug the sir.l..-- , ngnliist coiil prodtuoi's or illsir.lntiins who combine to en hiiiiii the price of coal. This state Westrrn .str i oper-utor- npo-tilcs- PIPiEIOffl" PERSHING j One of tho finest constructive activities of the Atnerlcnn fled Cross In the war wns Home Service In tho United Slates, the friendly connecting link between the soldier far from home and his loved ones. This branch of the work which under the peace program of the ISetl Cross will be expanded to benefit nil who need tho assistance It can provide. Is directed by scientifically trained soclnl workers. Since Instituted Home Service has assisted 806,OO() soldiers' and sailors' families. This photograph shows one of the Innumerable Home Service Information bureaus where service men" and their families could bring their problems for solution. . InrJiai Woman. 90. Back , to Tribe With $10,000 Cotvlll'e. Wash In gold, REGISTER OF TREASURY OUT With ?HU(00 nlncty-ycnr-o- Houston B. Tebee of Oklahoma Quits to Accept Job With New York Oil Firm. Washington. Oct. 'J9. 500,-00- tn Mary Ann King, u Indian, has forsook her rn n Ji here nnd relumed to In r tribe In Montana. There she will pass the reiuulnder oilier days, bringing what Joy she can to feliow Indians- with Iut money. Sixty years ngo she settled on ICO acres with her husband, Peter King. He died .'(."i years ii'io. There she reared her family of two sons, now tlend. and three daughters, who married ;md moved uway. For liO years she lived on the ranch alone, tilling the soil herself. Now with the proceeds of this long labor she has returned to the wigwam and the tUblng stream, the curling cnmpllre smoke und the feathered head- the fruit of life's labor Houston B. Tcbee of Oklahoma nas resigned as register of the treasury and will go to New York to become connected with large oil Aria. gear. WILLS ESTATE TO FRIEND PREVENT PNEUMONIA vi s. simple com u otten the direct cause of pneumonia. Children do not like to take nauseating medicine bui do like the toothitiu effect ol the externa remedy, pri-iiri- George Nicholson Recognizes Close and Intimate Relations With James K. P. Pine. Minneapolis, Minn. The will of George Nicholson of 1350 Ilcdfortl avenue, late vice president of the United Shirt nnd Collar company of Troy, N. Y., who died In Atlantic City, provides for the disposition of an estate of unascertained value. The use of property, which consists entirely of personality, will go to his widow for life, nnd at her death, will be distributed among relatives and friends. After the payment of the specific legacies, the residue will go to a friend, James K. P. Pine. Explaining his reason for this liberal bequest to Ms. Pine, Mr. Nicholson wrote: "n the foregoing provisions of this will In fnvr of my dear friend, James K. Pine nnd his family, I have recognized, tha close and Intimate relations which have existed between .icgicii Mm wiu. pui sjAia int. cwiTjia Hreme's Vapomcntha Salve ii by nibbing this delightful iilve into the chest and under the trnu. s, Ik Gov-mo- pro-lutin- The retail U ilnoft iiwunt relief from croup CVd COldS. II II DOt BDIMsUl KT -aamaVAs tcbborncatgi of parumocla to iticrocia tner p?llcsiont Fccon for ttcudri tr IV t tib-well c for crown-e;- i !0c 60c U J1.:0 ct cU dru; tail itnenl i hr ft&rrt upou rajant to r it itaplc BRAME DRUG COMPANY us." Porter-Moor- e Drug Co., Inc. few-sign- s CHINESE GIRL STUDENTS HAVE ICE CREAM AT MEETING lusti-.utlo- ui-iu- st asked. One of the Chinese Qlrls who has taken an active part In the Student' Patriotic Association dishing up Ice cream at a Y. W. C. A, student conference At these meetings women students from all parts of China com together to discus problems affecting them and the future of China. Pago Eight THH CITIZEN Novombor Jelllco. Tenn, nnd wero married. We wish them much success In tho fulure. - Mack Pearson nnd Miss Surena Kldwell wero married, Wednesday. Wo wish Ihem a long nnd happy life Our school is progressing nicely witli Mr. Freeman as teacher. He has eighty pupils enrolled. Ilev. Richardson failed to till his appointment nl tho Haplisl Church. Saturday and Sunday, on account of (he sickness nnd death of his wife. Mrs. l.lzzio Kiinberlaiit visited her father. W. It. Henge, Saturday. Blue Lick Hlue Lick, Nov. 3 Farm Indus- tries and labor enterprises in litis section have assumed 11 new impetus sinco tho cessation of hostilities with naturo's elements. During the continual downpour of last week all out door work canio to n standstill nil fnrm activities paralyzed by Inclement weather. Since M10 tempera-- 1 turo has fallen and tho sun shining, Hie farmers aro stimulated lo gath-- i ering corn, stripping lobacc, and plowing for wheat nnd other crops. T. J. Flanery is building n barn nnd n corn crib Quite n number of tho fox hunters are training their dogs Mils week for the National Fox Hunters' Association, which convenes at Crab Orchard, November lOlh. More I ban live hundred horses havo been engaged by tho proprietors of tho hotels for thb mounts 'nd cxtensivo preparations for tho ecommodations of visitors nro under way. A great chase is anticipated, A new school teacher, Mrs. fiadd, will complete the pubVc sohool nt UVuo Lick, Mrs. fitrunk, tho teachor in charge, having resigned in order lo lako another school where she can be with her children, as they havo a different home since the death of Mrs. Lakes. Mrs. her mother, JOHN WHITE fc 60. LOUttVILLC, KV. mm 0, 1010 East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No pnripondf publlihni link iiitnrd In full br th wrllr The faith Writ plilnlr. n vUncof It not for puMkntlon, but nc t1 nw JACKSON COUNTT Housley Fork rd Hotisley Fork, Nov. n. Tito rainy wenlhrr i damaging corn crops linn1 considerably. ! W. VanWinklo filled his regular Saturday and Sunday, at Cniim llidpe. I.illlo James Click is very sick. -- M. T. Young is setting Ids lumber mill at this place and will liepin work soon. 0. M. Benge and wife and Hardin Azbill have returned home from Illinois, where they hne been vlsiling for the past throe weeks. Mrs. il.fv.ie Kimbcr-laiof Dreyfus, was visiting her father here. Kriday and Saturday. Car,co Hariro, Nov. 3Mrs. Myrtle ! an- bus returned to hor homo at Tulsa, Oklahoma, the llrst of November. -- Gilbert rtoynolds has como home from Perry County, whero he has been visiting relatives for sonic! time. .lack Frost has stayed away this fall well, and pcopo aro digging their sweet potatoes nnd gathering corn nnd roport a great loss in corn, it being rotten on account of so much rain. There was a largo tide in this river last Saturday Born to May ftoblnson and wife, a, bouncing boy, recently. Mrs. Ed. Roberta Is very poorly at this writing. A. C. Carpenter, of Living ston, was in these parts on business I con-tlnuap-inc- nt, n. rain Mini do not vole next Tuesday will ho found paralyzed thai day; ' ii ;i In ii mm. menu ti' Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. Holncr nro the proud parents of n baby it'l named Mavis. I'.ldcrs Prycc nnd Watson visited Travelers Rest school last Monday and made a beautiful talk to the children. The best poem Hubboll li'TwMcd I the eighth grade of Hubble, Ky Oct. 3l.-nro Travelers llest school was written li Kenneth Denu McCollum, ace t.'l having n lot of rain, Farmors aro getting behind with their work year. C. Webb nnd wife hnvo returned I've xlnrled out to write a rhyme, going to make it good and Hue; from town, whoro Uioy hnvo been I'm I'm going to tell what autumn brings, having dentist work done A. D. It's a heller time of year than spring. Parsons Is closing up his buslnoss at Hubble, and is gofng back to Tho pumpkin and the apple, it brings Jackson County lo mako his homo thcro Hurrah for Tho Citizen nnd ,hem r,po mp0W Tho potatoes and melons, It brings Edwin P. Morrow. ibem bright and vellow. , Wo entity selling the Crab Orchard 'Nows. Carl and Ilussoll Llnvlllo were in Hoc.kford, Saturday, sellJames Anglln made ing .orghiit.i a business trip lo Ml. Vernon is lots or election talk in this section Thomas Cruncher has moved Id his new homo bought of Dort Martin, V. H: Stephens is still in tho molasses ry buslncss-llenBowman and wlfo of Conway visited his brolhor, Bob, Saturday nnd Sunday. Thcro has boon lots of rain, but euroly tho Disputnnln correspondent is not drowned. If still nlivo wako up nnd tell tho nows plcaso. Kindrod Willio ClirlMii.m Is erecting n rcsldcnco on tho fnrm of his mother, Mrs. Mary Chrisman. Wndo Owens (ono of our overseas men) nnd n boy by tho namo of Barrett, whllo crossing Drowning Creek at the old Simp Carr Mill, Saturday afternoon, with n wagon and team, had a mirael'ous escape-Odriving into the creek, the wagon and team were swept down stream by Iho swollen walers. Owen cntighl In n wire cable, thai wm stretched acros the creek lo acrom-modaa water-gaas tho wagon and team wero swept underneath It. Harrctl failed in his elTorl to catch Hie cable, but succeeded some distance below, in catching to nn overhanging limb of a dee and succeeded, after being dipped seernl time in climbing to safely. The wagon was caught by a stump some distance futher down and the team rescued by the timely arrival of help just as they were about lo to bo drowned by the increasing Hood. The wagon bed, which lefi Mm wagon about (he lime HarreM caught the limb, was fotlud lodged in n drifl n mile below. six-roo- m -lo p, luH vahi pM FURS Slrunk enderred herself lo both patron nnd p'P'l and wo nro very sorry to ha e her leave The message to Blue Lick S'unday-schoo- l, delivered by tho faithful teachers lo Heron, wrs appreciated by nil. Their plans for our entertainment and pleasure for Iho holidays will moot with hearty from Iho pooplo of Ibis section. Wo need their gracious influence. It Is health and strength lo tho community. Wo trust tho correspondent from Long Branch will not accuse us of plagiarism, as a part of his letter was sandwiched with the ono from Blue Lick. Proofreader, wako up I Handy Emloyet. S. ft. noberls for t . ..... r $l5rSam .i . i... Noo has! i . I cons dorablo damago to the corn on in o rivor bottoms and near the , E. D. Roberts is p anningi . 'ceiitly sold li s lord touring car to ,i t . m " " S . " n' u::,..l rarl MeKimsey of Clay City. Pric 1 u ruiui'3 11.19 iiiuvuu uii ouiii Jiuuui ls inrredihle. We quote (lie followins place for a short lime. markets now prevailing hero: Corn starting at 8.00 per bbl.; potatoes, OWSLEY COUNTY 32.00 per bti.; calibage i lo 5c per Scoville pound; hogs ttc per pound; beef Scoville, Oct. 30 Mcsscrs. Laza- - cattle, 8c per pound; best flour, rus Rowland, Hubert and Earl Mat-,$per CwU; eggs, 15 to 50 per nous loft yesterday for Ravenna, Ky.j dozen; butter, 50c per poundIas. Miss Nannio Bond, who has been Clark, of Masonic Home, Shclbyville, In Ohio for Iho past months, is arrived lasl week lo be with near visiting home folks. Mrs. Leonard kin hero for a short period. Millard Neclcy, who has been jvcry low for Hall, 15 years old, son of Will Hall, tho past two weeks, is improving died on Upper Hardwick's Creek very slowly. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin last Sunday of typhoid fever; also Do.olcy and daughter, nutn, and Mr. a child of Davo White ' and Mrs. Wm. Mainous, of Conkling, 'died on Tuesday, of pneumonia, near spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. day City. Tho following Powell Wm. Hamilton of Vincent Rev. County men have been drawn lo Stump, of Fincastle, our Methodist serve as jurors in Federal Court at pastor of this place, preached at Richmond, which convenes in this Cutty the third Saturday night ana' month: J. S. Ewcn. Grand Jury; Sunday morning and night of this John Maxwell. .M. R. Lylo and Jesso month. Tho regular church date Is Faulkner, Pel it Jury. Born to tho the fourth Sunday in each month, wifo of H. G. Crabtrcc, October 15th, Tho people of this community are a line hoy Addison Conglcton enjoying tho benefit of tho slock law, Virgil Chapman, a prominent young which prohibits tho runnning of attorney of Irvine, will address the stock at largo. It has been in forco voters of the county at S'tanlon tosinco last January. It makes every- day in the interest of tho Democratic body lako care of their slock in- nominees. Squire Grant Baker will stead of their neighbor's. Gates left soon have a sale of his personalty, open and crops raised without the and Mien he expects to leavo the trouble of enclosing them with a county, only temporarily. Day affence. Tho Holy Rollers will hold ter morrow is the day which will again their meeting in' this commu- decide who is our next Governor. nity Saturday night and Sunday, and Hero's hoping Black nnd Shanks probably continue for a few day3 come in the 'ead This member f longer. The Citizen staff, associated with Travelers Rest his family, aro now living mostly on Travelers Rest, Nov. n. A ten rabbit, groundhog, etc, adding a days' meeting closed here yesterday possum once, in awhile. Best luck (Sunday). Eld. Pryce of Marion, lo tho "Grand Old Citizen, and its Presbyterian preacher, together witli family connections. Rov. G. S. Watson, of Booneville, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY conducted the meeting. Wo hopo " much good may result from tho Rockford Rockford, Nov. 2 Wo have boon earnest effort they made in bringing souls to Christ Sturgeons Creek having a lot of rain, which is causreached the highest water mark ing considerable damago to corn nnd (Saturday) mado in tho past year. hay and stiaw stacks. Tho caty-di- ds Rain is doing great damago to havo sung their song full corn which is in the shock, much ninoty days and twenty more, and of it being sprouted. Fodder is also no frost yet. Thero is plenty of greatly damaged The thought has second crop tobacco around hero, been put forward In Travelers Rest Voady for tutting. Somo havo community for tho building of a cut their second crop. There High School here, and every effort was no church service at Scaffold will bo put forth by tho leadors for today, our paslor not being' very tho success of this work. Mr. and well. Arnip Gadd and family havo Mrs. D. B Peters were dinner guests returned from Indiana, whoro they of E. E. McCollum last Saturday havo been for two years. RockElder Pryco and Miss Elizabeth castle Is surely a belter place Mian Hemphill were dinner guests of Miss Indiana, as nearly all como back Ethel M inter, Saturday Everybody vho go there Leo Bullcn Is prein this community is predicting tho paring to move near ML Vernon. burial of tho Democratic party next Wo regret his moving O. N. Todd, Tuesday at tho polls. All Ropubll- - of Dripping Springs, was in this lo- - lts . Panola Panola. Nov. ;i. Jack Frost visited ih for the first lime this The chestnuts I crack are very tine, season last nighL Tho infant or ,Rov. J. W. Richardson died last Hut the best of nil is molasses-makin- g Friday and was interred in Red Hill time. The leaves n yv aro crisp and brown, Cemetery by the side of lis molhcr, who died a, week previous. Robert Falling fast upon tho ground. Elliott is expecting to move to the Now I'm jiong to end my rhyme :vd Nolnnd place, soon Mrs Eliza vit!l of -- ,nt -- Christmas Time Ellinll will soon havo a sale, rent her farm and live with her daughPOWELL COUNTY ter, Lizie, in Toledo, Ohio Rollie Vaughns Mill V.M,.1.itn MM1 V.... II..:.. I..., Cox bad a valuable mare lo die with dysentery last week. Mrs. Ethel 1 a '"S nl,l,1, a'"np I" coin standing in Sympson has relumed to her home gros was never heW at Waynesville, III, after a visit to ""' "Id.-K- ill 'lr than now in tins section, and her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas keeping the farmers from bav mg lo feed so early. Joe Clark . .,.,, ookjll(f IMW fl)r oIll Int.k ,..rost W(1 ,.an iaVe some apple roast. ,, ...... ,00I1 Thankstrivinir dav. nd then I'll kill the rabbits gray MADISON COUNTT Thr lady mnmiKrr of the business conrrrn put an ml In the paper for n ctprrlrticcd flrrmiin to work In ofllce. "Why do you n"oil nn oipcrlrnr! nrrmnn for the ofllc wi.rlc!" nskt th offlclefipy expert, who was on Ihw Job. "Well, you tor." nhe responded swvptly, "I just haven't I In heart tu dlacharc? anybody, and I thought wa could employ an experienced man to do th Pl Dreyfus Dreyftn. Nov. 3 We have been having .some rainy weather for tho past few weeks, and tho frost mado its llrst visit lasl night. Mr. and Mrs. F. M Jome visited bis mother at Danville, Sunday. Claude Luns-for- d , who ha been sick for the past vear willi consumption caused by (lie flu, left for Mexico about two months nco for his health. His father was telegraphed Friday of his death, and he was brought here! for burial. He leaves a wife nnd two children: father and molhcr nnd a host of friends to mourn his death. llnrflcrt-Kidwel- l and Miss Laura Marciim went, lasl Wednesday, to If Canadian Officer Found Dead. Clevelnnrt. O, Oct. 211. TJia body of to be Opt. Kxbart n man Garillnrr. a former officer la the molt-ccorps of the Canadian array, was Army bound In bed In a hotel here. illfchnrge pap" nnd letters found In the n.oiu nuowc-- that his borne wta at Coroner Jacob! held London. Ont tha' dratb waa due to natural can b'llel o at SPECIAL SALE! November 5 to 11, inclusive 03 I The South Bend MalleableRartcre 6 five-year-- jTnd fAs Set g"Pure Aluminum Cookin(4re dy At the Price gthe Range alone - tKeXcire tsjfcee No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour Returns to its before-the-wa- r high standard of quality SOUTH BEND MALLEABLE RANGES have proven to be satisfactory for more than twenty years and more than a half million are BUILT IN ALL STYLES AND SIZES FOR now in daily use. EVERY PURPOSE. Hundreds of SOUTH BEND MALLEABLE RANGES were used by the Government in the United States and France during the war. R. H. CHRISMAN, Berea The Furniture Man " Once Tried - Always Used - " Kentucky