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Tvrtfci to tli Interests of the HEP.EA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, The Citizen Jo-ujcitdlr- People" Fifty Cents per Year SWAYTHUNQ Knowledge Is Power and the way lo keep up with modern Knowledge is lo read a good Newspaper. NOVEMBER 13, 1010 Ono Dollar and LORD No. 20 Fighting the High Cost of Living The war raised prices. This had to be so because the fighting nations wanted supplies and were ready to pay in order to get those supplies and get them quickly. At the same time, the men who went into the army were taken out of fields and factories and so made it harder to produce supplies. It is evident that when the railroads have to pay their workmen more, they will have to charge' more for freight and passengers; and when the farmer and factory owner pay more to their work people, they will have to charge more for farm products and factory products. The great trouble has been, however, that when prices went up, the profiteers took advantage and raised the prices more than they needed so as to get a bigger profit than they needed, and a larger profit by far than they ever had before. Another trouble has been that the workmen who had their wages raised bean to buy more lavishly than they had done before. It is really said that many people dress better, insist on more costly food, spend more in pleasures of alt kinds, just because of the excitement of Kentucky News Carlisle. selling lii-r- U. S. News M World News Armislico Day has been colobralcd, generally, throughout tho Unitod Stales, and has been mado Iho occasion for establishing chapters of tho American Legion. At a mooting In Minneapolis a mossago was rccolvcd from Marshall Foch appropriate to Iho initiation of this new organization and forco in American lfo. Washington, Nov. H, Novembor set by tho Supremo Court today as tho timo for hearing argu- mcnls on tho government's appeal, Lebanon. Mrs. Ullle M. Powers, 2A irom icucrai court decisions in non-lucholding Iho wart! mo prohibiwho liml been divorced, was remarried liy County Judge Spalding. tion act unconstitutional. Tho government had asked that tho caso bo Vnrccbiirg. Mr. I'ulk 1'lltn, who expedited. 'I'lit' despised kershnw nl linlf n dollar, mid 4iiiii-klare almost as dear. 20 was ky wiih nl Ihiihc from :i n:i til in rluiu. (Ileil from Hie effects of embolic nelil. Ncwtnirt.--ThFt. Thomas Woman's Chili tin h bought n lot nl the Kurt on which ii dull building will he erected. tlcorgctiiwn. The stone viaduct over Itig Spring branch, u century old, collapsed fiom the effects of high water. Hickman.-.- !. I. (Jlldwell, father of I'. V. (.llhiewell, died at Ids Inline near Woodland, lie was about 70 yenrs old. M'oshington, Nov. 11(. President Wilson was permitted to sit un for an hour today, tho first timo ho has! gotten out of bed slnco ho rolurncd from his interrupted western tour six weeks ago. Tho President was placed in a wheel chair and was wheeled slowly around tho lop floor of tho White House. Indianapolis, Ind.. Nov. II , United Stales District Judge A. B. Andcr- son at 10 o'clock this morning op- -' proved an order of tho officials of tho United Mino Workers of America rescinding tho striko order of October 15. Attorneys for Iho miners promised lo try lo havo It In tho malls by Gi Lord Swiiythllng. n member of the o'clock this evening. This action IlrltMi peerage nnd n brother of thh British Indln. Is In was laken following a session of tho; country secretary for Swnythling thh and with general commitleo of Iho miners, their son. Hon. K. K. S. Montagu, which decided early today to com- whom they have placed In Hnrvnrd ply with tho mandate of the cotvt university They will make nn exissued last Saturday. tended tour of the United States, which Lord Swiiythllng has not previously visited In 20 years. Columbus, Nov. 11. Ohio last Tuesday voted against ratifying tho Federal prohibition amendment by, VICTORY OF C00LIDGE a majority of Gil, according lo com- -j PLEASES PRESIDENT plcto official returns received today: by the secretary of stale. The vote Wilson Wires Congratulations to the was: Governor of Massachusetts on For ratification. (90,879; against, j His Mt. Steillng. Slutu creek left Its hunk iiiul put the pumping Mtutlon for the elty'N wuter supply out of commls-Ion- , ihe war. there are just two ways in which we can force down the prices of things we have to buy. The first way is by buying less. If the people who have these high Now Carlisle I'lilllp Mlnton, n young fiirmer of this county, wit seiloiudy injured In mi nutoiiiohllu ucilileiit iie.ir hero. &1 Thcro Is soma indication that tho Allies may withdraw their aid from thoso forces in Russia that aro opposing tho Dolshovlkl. Thcro has been a lack of warmth and response, nnd many in Russia havo been led lo cooperate, 6r nt least lo sanction, tho radical movement ralhor than yield to foreign influence It ha3 been suggested that removal of foreign aid would havo tho effect of turning moro Russians against the radical influences in their own country. Tho buildings of tho Gorman Reichstag havo been rcnovatod and repaired so that no traces of the remain, and tho now Revolution Parliament Is soon to rcmovo from Weimar and begin sessions In Iho old place. This removes, for tho present at least, any possibility of a change of tho capital from Berlin. II was thought, at one time, that II would bo best to break with the Prussian traditions entiroly. priced goods do not find anybody to buy them, they will just naturally cut down the price. So by wearing our old clothes a bit longer and going without some table luxuries for a little while, we can certainly force down the prices. And another way to make the necessities of life cheaper is to increase the production. If we can put in some extra time and some extra skill so as to raise more food and cotton and supplies of every kind we shall supply the needs of the world and make things so' abundant that they will be cheaper. It is a patriotic duty as well as a duty to ourselves to be especially saving and industrious until the higher prices produced by the war are brought down. achievements of those who camo back and of thoso who did nol come hack." He reminded his hearers of the slowness of America to enter tho war, saying thai "II Is nol our war," Facaky, StideRts tad Townspeople and that it was a "rich man's war and a poor man's flgbU" But when Uit ui tk Auiversary ef one day n German submarlno appeared at ono of our eastern harEiiiig ( World War j bors, before wo knew that It was Tho first anniversary of tho sign- -, coming, America began to realize ing of tno nrmialico by Iho Gormans, thai as long as this dragon was loose which brought a cessation of tho In tho world, no nation, nol even hostilities of tho World War, was America, was safe. "God, forgive celebrated in Berea on Tuesday, us," said tho speaker, "that wo did most fittingly. Tho sun shone not get into Iho war at tho begin-in- g. Bui America was forced to cd brightly; tho air was clear; tho that oven in an educated naautumn leaves docoratcd tho trees; and Joy overflowed every tion liko Germany could exist a hearl as tho students formed in fiendish heart and saw thai sho double line, oxlonding from tho must light against it. Then came main on'rance of tho Chapel down the days of preparation unprecealong tho walk past tho Library, dented preparation. America sent Lincoln Hall, tho Rustic Cottage, food, money, men with eagor hearts. nnd on to tho oast entrance then It was tho greatest war over turning south on tho sidewalk fought a war for peace, a war for nearly lo the corner. Moro than brotherhood, for human rights. iriOrtsludonts wcro hero lined up and Kvery man who bad a part in tho ktnnd rn Iho walk, facing each other. war will have a purer heart as be Tin boys who had been In tho sof-M- cr thinks or what bo fought for. As formed in front of Ladies Hall tho commercial and political greed and marched between theso two and impurity is socn ono thinks linos of students. Tho Jaokios led, not much has been gained by tho followed by tho marines and Ihe war, but moro has been accomplishboys in khaki. After them marched ed than appears. Thcro is great tho i fllclols of tho College, tho Fac- need of men dlko Roosevelt and ulty, and tho students. WVen all others. II is not sufficient to defeat had gotten inside of tho Chapel. Iho Germany, but to dofeat Iho Hun spirit. Tho address ended with a band struck up 'Tho plea to the boys to glvo Iho rest of Banner." Dean Waugh presided. their lives to this task, which can Dr. n. D. Hutchins, paslor of tho bo accomplished only by converting Union Church, led in tho opening Germany and thoso who havo her prayer, in which ho thanked God spirit, to the Idea of brotherhood for tho victory which Ho bad given throughout tho world. Conlinuo at U9, asked forgiveness for our falltiro tho work until the Hun spirit bo In accomplish what wo should have washed away and bo clean with tho in tho year of poace, and Implored truo spirit of America. Divlno help In dedicating ourselves Mr. Colson Gay was Introduced, lo tho sorvlco of humanity and of nnd ho represented tho soldiers. I Clod. gavo tho Memorial Mr. Gay was In tho Air Servico of Dr. J. W. Ilalno tho Army for Iwenty-thre- o and a Address of tho occasion. Ho said, half months, eighteen of which wore "Wo have como to oolobrale tho spent in Franco. Ho spoko brlofly of America's training camps for CONTENTS aviators and tho part of tho airmen in war. Ho had mot Qucntln Hooso-vo- ll Ain Franco, and ho described him as "tho bravest and most cour' PAGE 1. Editorial: Armistice ageous American soldier." Ky, U. 8:, Wortd Mr. John Miller represented tho Nows. navy. At tho timo of tho signing of tho Armistlco ho was on a subPACE 9. College Nows. marlno near tho Azores. When tho Story; Goncral wireless mcssago camo to the crow, PAGE 3. Serial they wcro disappointed that tho war Nows. I. was over, and woro not convinced of its truth for thrco days. Ho told PAGE 4. Berea Locals. Liberty; very clearly what tho navy bad PAGE 8. Locals; Amorican dono In the war by the following Public School Notes. story: Tho Kaiser ono day said to Agrloulturo; tho Crown Prlnoo, "I can understand . Mountain PAGE why tho French give the Croix do Homo Department. Guerre and why tho English glvo PAGE 7. B. S. Lesson; 8ormon; tho cross of St. George, and why General Nows; Thanksgiving I givo tho Iron Cross but how Proclamation. 2,000,000 Amorlcans got a cross (Continued on Pago Five) Kontuoky News. PAS1 ft. ataatcrn I'nrlf. Discoloration nnil liotiehMrn from viirm, iliiinp weather have put a lower valuation on many crops of Somerset. lleset with petitions for nnd negative, the council ordered thtt puiug of .Maple, Collide nnd Columbia Kt reels. ' Ijiwrence lnu lMwurd Curllsle. bought a carload of mule colts from Pennsylvania parlies at from $'J0 to f'iO per head. Armistice Day Was Celebrated at Berea var-Igat- bo-lin- ve Star-Spangl- od Ashlund. Unknown mlscreunts split . the lull of a cow belonging to FoIIet 500,520. Secretary of State Smith anSchutnp, nnd tied the ends around a trcu In IiIm .Mini. nounced that some errors ore apparent in tho complclo official vote Lancaster. Sixteen hogs belonging nnd that tho official returns from were, suffocated to Drown nnd nine counties will bo sent back lo; In ii shipment to Cincinnati. The Ions county election boards for correc- -; la estimated at S.Vx). lions. Ho also announced that tho Winchester. For the second time official figures from thirty-fothis year, (larrett Green, of Mlna Sta- counties would havo lo bo verified. tion, suffered a broken arm from the ijames A White, manager of the kick of his unto crunk. OYjg Dry Federation, has asked for a iccount of tho vote. Mt. Vernon. Kd I'n)ne, discharged overseas soldier, mid Churles Sampson were seriously burned when a sawmill Washington, Nov. U. "I shall boiler exploded near here. immediately call tho minors and optogether to negotiate a wage Covington. While Hen T. Ilotts was erators exercising In the gymnasium, n thief agreement," Secretary of Labor took his wallet containing $09, which Wilson said today, after a meeting of President Wilson's cabinet. he had secreted In lilt, shoe. Attorney General Palmer, on leavWhltcshurg. Tom Wise, a miner, nt ing tho cabinet meeting, mado this llnymond. In the coal Melds of this statement: "My information is that county. Injured a few days ngo by full-ti- g the miners havo submitted to the slate, died of his Injuries. court tho form of on order canceling and withdrawing tho strike order. Irvine. Mildred Nail, little daughter of the Itev. K. Nail, was run down Tho striko order having been withby an nuto while crossing the street, drawn, therefore, tho Secretary of Labor will today invito tho operamid her ankle seriously hurt. tors and miners to meet immediateWhltesburg. The Hroad Hottom ly in conferenco to negotiate an ad Mining Company, which has been op- justment of their controversy. erating mines In Plko county, has been put In the hands of a receiver. 11. In Washington, Nov. tho Carlisle. Judge James Mitchell, midst of tho colebration today of former county Judge, and former sher- tho anniversary of tho signing of iff of Nicholas county, Is reported crittho armistice, tho tragedy of war ically III nt his home In this city. again was emphasized by announceJit. Sterling. C. C. I'angburn's car ment of a roviscd list of American skidded Into a telephone post on the casualties, showing a total of 293,-08- 9. Paris pike. lie nnd A. S. Seteers were Injured nnd the car was wrecked. Tho list included 31,625 killed in action, including 382 lost at sea; Ashland. A daylight burglar took disthe Mock of jlrogs from Dr. C. E. Wil- died of wounds 13,955; died of liams' olllce, and made his escape from ease 23,092; died of accident and other causes 5,320; wounded in acpursuers through a vacant building. tion 215,489; missing in action two. Stanford. Miss Georgia Frederick, county nurse, Ik giving u course of Illustrated lectures on sanitation and ADMITS $40.Q00 BOND THEFT hygiene nt points over the county. ur Kmlncnrc. Ulltner brothers shipped to Parker Hunch, Hawaiian Elghteen-Year-Ol- three Jacks and a saddle stallion by Kentucky's Choice. high-grade Messenger for Bank Confesses He Stole Seeurit'es From Package. d Mon-tan- a Hickman. Joe Kyue.irson, the eon of Mr. and Sirs. J. L. of Wolf Island, several miles nliovo here, died ut St. Mary's Infirmary In Cairo, following nn operation. Midway. A hum nn the J. D. Smith fiimi, housing Tom Kthcrlngton'd tobacco crop, and Smith's Implements, vehicles nnd seed corn, was destroyed by tire of unknown origin. Co'o-bratio- n. Charles Helena. Mont.. Nov. 8. messenger for Stevens, nn the Union llnnk and Tnif! company, confessed, the authorities announced, that he stole $.000 worth of securities from n registered package which he was conveying from the postoffice to the bank. Two companions hound nnd gagged him, Ihe confession alleged, to make It appear that he had been held up. AUCTION OF AUTOS Newport. Henry Wolf, 43, who had AKS been In HI heulth, was found dead In tils Dayton home, with a pistol In his House at Washington Requests War Department to Sell Surhand, by his children when they replus Cars. turned home from school. Nov. 8. Immediate Washington, Maysvllle. W. H. Launti and J. A. Bell havo bought Manchester Island sale ut public auction of surplus army from T. F. Norrls for $14,000. It com- automobiles, after tho distribution of 22,110 to states for hlghwuy work, wns prises 118 acres, In fruit and corn. requested of the war department by Greenville. In a difficulty at Pow- - it resolution adopted by the house. The deny, Ernest Bradley, 18, was stabbed measure, being merely a request. Is and seriously Injured, It Is alleged, by without legMatlvo direction, and docs not require senate concurrence or Will Hancock, two years his Junior. presidential approval. Throe) (Continued on Pago A Japanese mission, mado up of noted men, some of official standing, is now making a trip through tho leading countries of Europe and will bo in our own country beforo their return lo Japan. They aro seeking to establish cordial relations with these remove somo of the Washington. Nov. C President Wil- countries and bed dlctutcd a tele- unfavorable impressions that have son from his sick th of gram to Governor Coolldge of Massa- been created as an chusetts, congratulating him on his re- tho Peace Congress. In Japan a election nnd snylng It wns a victory movement is on foot to impeach the representatives of that nation lo the for Inw nnd order. President Wilson's condition was so Congress for clumsy work. much Improved that election returns were given him as they enmo In dur Tho Council of Allies ha3 given Ing the early part of the night Rumania notice that she is oxpected The president was especially Inter- to abido by the decisions of tho ested in the returns from his home Council and withdraw from Huntnte of New Jersey. N. J- - Nov. 0. Edward I. gary. This altiludo of Rumania Is Trenton. Edwards, Democratic candidate for similar to that of tho Italians at governor of New Jersey, was elected Fiumo, and naturally they havo tho by n plurality of approximately 12.000. support of the latter. Tho ability The victor staked his political fu of the Council to bring theso two ture upon the wets and won. The rebellious elements to lime will do Republican nominee had the backing much to crealo a respect for the league. Leaders of authority of the of the prospective League both parties professed to believe this of Nations. most to do wns the Issue which had with deciding the contest. Germany has delayed tho accomNew York. Nov. C Republlcnns elected the head of their ticket In Now plishment of the provisions of tho York city by 1,303 plurality. He Is Treaty, so far as" they affect tho MnJ. P. II. Ui Gunrdln. who will be city of Danzig, until all of tho chief president of the "fiburd of aldermen. allies havo signed tho Treaty. Thus He Is a veteran of the great war. is advantage taken of tho delay caused by tho dilatory tactics of tho PREPARE RULES FOR DRY U. S. Senate It is, moreover, a hint of what might bo expected if tho Commissioner Roper Appoints Com. Treaty should fail of ratification, mlttee to Frame Enforcement reservations, without Important Regulation. which would leave tho matter of Washington, Nov. 0. A committee final peaco unsettled. to frame prohibition enforcement reguA new situation is raised by tho lations has been nnmMl by Internal He report of an offer of allianco' to Roper. Revenue Commissioner predicted the work of the committee Lcnino and the Russian Soviet govwould be completed before the first of ernment by tho leader of the Nathe year. The committee Is composed tionalist Turkish parly in Asia Miof II. M. Onylord. deputy commissioner nor. Although this Turkish party of Internal revenue, chalrmnn; Rev- has not yet much strength, it has enue Agents David A. Oates of Arkanto savo for Turkey a sas. Thomas E. Stone of Ohio, S, It. an ambition Ilrome of Virginia, Daniel J. Gantt of placo on tho map of the world and Georgia, Daniel U Porter of New to prevent a dissolution of tho AsiYork, and John L Consldlne of Cali- atic part of tho Empiro. An AlliJudge Charles J. Orblson of ance of Russia and Turkey would fornia. Indianapolis will serve with the com- seem strange. mittee In nn ndvlsory cnpaclty. Mexico has let It bo known that TOLEDO OUSTS STREET CARS sho Is not to assumo the payment of the ransom money which was given Ejectment Vote Follows the Increase to tho bandits of that country in of Fares to Eight Cents Comorder to effect tho release of the pany Without Franchise. American Consul, Jenkins. It is her claim thai his official position has Toledo, O- - Nov. 7. Voters nt the no effect on tho issue, in caso he polls here Tuesday voted to oust the regula-Ho- ns street cars from tho streets, a check- was not conforming to tho laid down by tho Mexicans for up of the figures shows. Tho proposnl carried by only n slight majority. Jhe tho protection of travelers and thoso Toledo Railways nnd Light company, engaged in transporting mineral n subsldlnry of tho H. L. Doherty comproducts. Tho truo situation is bepany of New York, has been operating ing investigated. years without the system for several a franchise. Recently street car fares Tho reports that como from Aus-Ir-la were Increased from flvo to eight cents vary day to day. Now thoy Innnd city authorities submitted the oustdicate tho ascendanco of somo popuer question to the voters. lar member of tho Hapsburg family, WON'T ASK MEXICO TO PAY anital another timo they noto tho solcclion of a President. According Wilt Not Be Asked by U 8. (o tho latest report, Dr. Karl Soitz Carrania is the President of tho Austrian to Return $15,000 Ransom Paid Republic Ho was a member of tho for Consular Agent. delegation that had tho unpleasant Wnshlngton, No?. 7. Mexico will duly of signing tho Treaty with tho not be asked by the American govern-me- Allies. Perhaps Ibis Is his roward. to rcfuud the $10,000 ransom money which counsel or William O. nelglum has finally completed her Jenkins. American consular agent at paid bandits or the release of list of names that sho refers to the l'uebla. Mr. Jenkins. This announcement was Council of tho Allies at Paris for (Continued on Pago Fivo) mado at the. state department out-growAnti-Saloo- n Pngo Two THE CITIZEN November A LETTER 13, IMS General College News SUNDAY EVENING- - CHAPEL College Department Normal Department Foundation School FROM SOUTH AMERICA KENTUCKY CHILD LABOR ASSOCIATION A now literary society was organMrs. Jonathan Day, of Now'York, Tho Sonior Clnss tins Just lately Tho Chapel acrvlco Inst Sunday boon "organized, and tho following ized by the girls of tho Normal De- is visiting relatives among tho stuevening was ono of a different sort officers havo been elected : John L. partment who have not Joined tho dents. Philomalhca. Mrs. Lena Dunn, of Montgomery than that to which tho students arc Hnys, president; Edna Hcnly, Leonard Fielder, treasaccustomed. Dr. J. W. Ralno gnvo They havo not yet decided on a County, Ky., is visiting her non, nn address on "The LIfo of Christ," urer: Anna Hacknoy, secretary. lianio for it, but havo tho matter un- James Dunn, C. C. Hnlla, merchant of Perry using slercopllcon pictures to Illus- Tho Class holds Its meetings every der consideration. County, visited his sons, Charles nnd trate,JU Tho pictures wcro excep- Tuesday night In tho East Parlor society promises to bo an This Suntionally lino, being reproduced from of Ladies Hall. Committees havo to Philomatbca, for hereto- Raleigh, Saturday night nnd on fore Philomalhca has had no other day. tho originals made by Mr. Hole, tho been appointed for tho carrying famous artist of Hiblo scones. Dr. of tho work of tho Class as well as society in Clio Normal Ddparlmonl .Tho following students visited folks last week: Ilaino Interpreted tho pictures In for planning mnny good times. to compcto with, nnd perhaps has homo 0. D. Green, of Piko County, Con-n- lo tho light of cuslonu nnd practices Tho Ohio, North Oaroliiya, and riot put forth her best effort, but Matloy, of Madison County, Stanof tlio peoplo of Christ's own day. Virginia Socials wcro given during there Is no doubt but what sho will ley Ross, of Madison County, Crcj His address was scholarly, clear, In- tho past week, in which a largo now. McKechinc, of Garrard County. structive, nnd very Interesting and number of Collcgo students particiOnly temporary officers were Troy Worloy spent the week-en- d helpful to all. Next Sunday even- pated. elected, until n constitution Is with his aunt In Richmond. ing will be a continuation of this Mr. Ncsbitl, an activo worker made. Mr. J. G. Durham, n teacher of address. among tho Student Volunteer MemTho Philomatbca Literary Socioly Foundation, and Professor Edwards, bers all over tho United Slates, ad- met Saturday evening, November tho Foundation Dean and father to WILL OUR NATION QO UP IN dressed tho entire student body on 8, 1019, nnd rendered an Interestnil tho Foundation students, attendSMOKE 7 occasions last ing program. different several ed tho teacher confcrcnco held In Tho Dcrca Collcgo Friday, November 7. His talks Thero was quito a bit of business Dayton, Ohio last week. Lcnguo will meet next Sunday at proved especially to Interesting (1,SCUS9 an(, ,aM WCf0 ma(Jo ((J 3:30 p.m. in conjunction with tho thoso sludenU who are planning to lo brontlon lll0 work of Ul0 soclcty. With tho Literary Socitles in Mountain Volunteer Band. tako up missionary work. An or,p,na, pIay wi b(J gvcn ,)y Foundation Membership in this loaguo can bo Mrs. Hcrndon invited tho girls cfSOm0 0f tho members of tho socioly Franklin and Grant nnd Loo nro nt tho accomplished by bolng-prcscEpsilon Pi to hold tholr Society Thanksgiving, Pi evenly matched in basketball. Thoy meetings. Thcro aro no dues and meeting at her homo last Saturday! no oaths. Tho purposo of the or- night, November a Tho program1 Somc, nevv SOcety SOngs aro to bo played another gamo last Monday composed, the elected composer night and, much (n tho surprise of ganization is lowfold education, prepared for tho celebration cf jg Misses Arlio Dye and Glcnna Grant and Lee, Franklin camo out concerning tho effects of Armistlco Day. Each girl who was Hl)ntcr, tho music bolng composed victorious by thrco scores. They tobacco and opposition, tho building cn represented somo tho strong band to fight tho to- person program taken activo part j,y Misses Dorothy Ullrich and Etta aro planning for their annual debate up of a who had Bowman. now. Tho tlmo has not been set. bacco trusts. in the lato war. Tohse represents Tno officers of Philomalhca arc: vero tho doughboy, tho Ro! Cress j Prosiclcnt. Jcnnlo Oobblo; Vlco-uurs- e, KENTUCKY COLLEGES RANK tho Actress, tho Marine, tho prcsIdent, Bculah Witt; Recording Vocational Schools HIGH IN ORATORY Salvation Army lassie, tho Sailor Secretary, Dorothy Ullrich; Corro-Tl- io Hava Four Orators Out of Fifteen program was unusuu! and sp0nding Secretary, Edna Clark; Clarence Middlcton, n former stuin National Oratorical Contest varied, and wa3 enjoyed by the Treasure.- -, rhelma Riddle; Chorls- - dent in tho Business Courso, Is now orators out of seven is tho friends or l'l. Two .ilTt Et(a Bowman; Marshals, Blanohj storo manager for tho ShawiTeo Gaj record of Kentucky colleges in tho ciouus Anderson ami iiuuy jucuoy; urm-n- n Coal Co. at Harlan, Ky. in spuo or National Oratorical Contest to bo is prlvalo undaunted vagon party started que, Magdaline Richardson, Miss Aileen Brewer held January 5, 1920 at Dos Moines, Tho Union Literary Society mot stenographer for Gillncr Brothers from Ladies Hall last Monday morn-- 1 Iowa, by tho Intercollegiato Pro10, Mr. and Mrs. Saturday evening, November 8, 1019, at Eminence, Ky. Tho Giltner hibition Association. This is joiiio ing, November Ritter chaperoning. A profusion of and enjoyed tho usual interesting, Brothers own two thosand acres of record when ono loams that thrco umbrellas, raincoats, and overshoes program; tho boys seem to bo tak- -l Kentucky bhicgrass land, and we hundred colleges and universities camo into ing an unusual amount of Interest1 wish to congratulalo Miss Brewer entered oratdrs in tho preliminary was in cvidenco. Thcso steps of this contest, while Kentuc- good uso soon ns it began to rain, in the society this year. After the' for proving that business is pracky had only 9 colleges entered and not long after tho party had started, .society adjourned, tho boys serc- - tical even in connection-- with agriThey reached tho Falls without mis- - naded tho Normal girls with songs culture. competing. Messrs. Rhea Hammond, Leonard Kentucky peoplo will remember, hap. Under tho shelter of over- - anil yells which wore greatly rocks an extemporaneous joyed. Jones and Everett Hibbard aro emalso, that there were two KentucTho officers of this society aro: ployed in tho Master Mechanics' ky orators out of tho eight contest- program was given by some, whilo President, Taylor Baker"; Vico-bui- lt ofllco at Ravenna, Ky. ants at tho p oceding National Con- those of ji more practical nature a flro and prepared tho feast. President, Clarenco Parsons; Rccord-Th- o Miss Geneva Lawson, of High test of this association held at Lexafternoon was spent In wan- - ing Sccrelary, Stanley Powell; Or- Bridge, Ky, is visiting hero this ington, December 30, 1910. Four dering over the hills until it was responding Secretary, Dewey Tros-tim- o week. Sho was a graduate of tho JCenluckians out of a total of 15 nalo return. Every ono in tho per; Treasurer, Samuel Scaggs; Homo Scicnco Department In 1917. tional contestants! Must bo something in tho Kentucky atmosphere party declared that a rainy day Chorister Sethe Whito; Crillquo, should never prevent any party John Wfilson; Sergeant at Arms, , M. ESTES ROBERT that breeds oratory. Joseph Meyers. Jr., of Transylva- having a good time, provided all Shirley Hayes; Ycllmastcr, William Prouso. nia University and W. Clark Early, other things aro equal. Tho Excelsior Literary Society ns of Asbury Collcgo, aro tho two mot Saturday cvcnlrur, Novcmbar to speak at Dcs Moines.! 8, 1919, and had their second proMeyers won tho Southern Interstalo TO gram of tho year, and It was . Contest at Maryville-- . Tcnn., in Feb- ACTION SAID great success. Although this so ruary, 1918, and Early corralcd tho it believe Southern Interstate honors at Wil-aio- ro FAVOR MINE OWNERS clety was lato starting,society has Tho in advancing. in Decembor, 1918. plenty of pep and music in it, which wa ro,N'0' by their yells and songs power vice-preside- nt; Anti-Tobac- co be-w- os j ovcr-nansing j Ken-tuckia- Rita Vlscondo do Rio Branchos 277, Recife, I'ornomhtico, Brazil September 18. 1019 To tho Kdllor of Tho Citizen: Tho first of Juno, Mrs. Davidson, tho boy and 1 returned from n liOO mllo trip lo Monlovldco and Buenos Aires, ntlending tho second continental conforenco of Association workers, In n quiet resort, somo llvo hours ride by train, up the roast from Monlovldco, nnd following, tho conllnenlnl convention in Buenos Aires. Wo wcro nblo to ro nn Knglish ship direct to Montevideo with ono slop nt Rio nnd annlher nt tho grent rolTeo export center of Santos, but on our return we wcro by no means so fortunate. fllucnos Alms was in tho midst of Iho long por,t slriko which for months had lied up scores of ships, whilo on shore, warehouses overflowing nnl temporary shcllers full of products long walling shipment, testified to tho losses suffered by tho city and by both importers and exporters. Buenos Aires Is a city of about a million and a half popula tion, very cosmopolitan in Us makeup, and a very ncllve center of trade. It Is tho ono great city of Argentina. Brazilians love to call it tho overgrown head of an ntrophlcd body, for Brazil, much as It glories in its beautiful capital city of Rio do Janeiro with Its million inhabitants, can point wllh prldo to a scoro of other clllcs, each tho center of trado and Influcnco of a vast region. Tako away Rio nnd Iho national life would go on undisturbed. But eliminato Buenos Aires nnd you virtually slriko tho Argentine Republic from tho map. It Is for reasons liko this that ono marvels at the dense stupidity of North American friends who pass by over half tho continent of Soulh America, with Its vast resources waiting for-nign capital, wilh its products perishing for lack of transportation from lis numerous port cities, with its immense undeveloped territories, roughly comprised in what Is known ns North Brnzil, Ihcy pass serenely by, to deal with cosmopolitan Buenos Aires. As a conse-tpimiall South America is interpreted in terms of tho Argentine. A few know Uruguay and Chile, while a daring ha(f dozen havo penetrated to Rio do Jancirol Wo speak of doing business wilh "S'oulh America," of commercial, social, educational, religious conditions in "South America." We seek to find out what ''South America" may mean to us, as tho this wcro Iho name of ono homogenous nation, wheras Brazil is ns different from Chllo or Argentine ns Spain is from Italy, or Denmark from Gormany. The language, Iho customs, (ho ideals, tho fundamental basio qualities aro absolutely different. You don'tJalk of Europo as tho it wcro ono country. Neither can you of South America. But after all the talk and agitation, liltlo seems to havo been-do- no toward informing Iho States of condition, of opportunities, of duties to perform, in Brazil, Uruguay, in tho other southern nations. Take Brazil, for Inslanco: Reading tho last number of tho Literary Digest, in its commercial section Is tho table of exchango for foreign money. Tho milrcis, Brazil's unit, Is not there, and yet it is tho monetary standard of half a continent. Do peoplo realize Hint of of Br.i II constituting tho largest region undeveloped, unopened, to modern life, in tho world, lies north of Rio do Janeiro, Iho future of tho continent? And yet encr-get- io investigators "and travelers hurry by to get to Rio and on to Buenos Aires. Returning after visits to eleven steamship offices, passago was on an Italian ship, to Sanlos, nnd from Hint port wo reached our northern city by strango and obscure maneuvers. Tho first of March wo expect to start on our ship homeward, leaving behind us tho palm- fringed sands of tho land of great opportunities, lo thoso who havo eyes and see. This year has been a hard ono. Apparently wo have felt tho war moro after Us close than during tho progress of fighting. Last October, nearly a year ago, In fluenza closed up tho city for a month. Thou in January n mis guided Fedcrnl Food Commission, which did everything except make things easier, placed an ombargo, and owv commcrco in collon nnd sugnr wns paralyzed. Wo still feel tho effects. From tho mlddlo of June, I0IR, to tho mlddlo or this lact Juno, no rain fell -- ono of tho drouth years that afflict (his northern duo lo lack of proper measures lo nvold such dingers. Fc.lial action promises to do something -- nil It needs Ih govorum' nlal action. As it insult of tho I'milh and of laa't of transport ithin, wc havo and nro experiencing oictrcmo high costs in living. Tn tho interior thousand of head of cnUI?. jiig nnd horse, did, wholo vllligoj wero reduced to hwrgnry, and needy pao-pl- e havo filled I) e port cltlts But co two-thirds Iho-area ed ro-glcr.c-.'?ell- Tho following aro excerpts frees a summary of tho findings of the National Child Labor Commitloo by a staff of specialists who camo to tho Slato at Iho Invitation of the Ken-lucChild Labor Association and other ngcnclcs. "Thero nre in tho Slato about boys nnd girls under 20 years of ago of whom 20 percent llvo in urban homes and 80 percent In rural districts. Tho welfare of children, therefore, is chiefly a mailer of dcnlltig with rtirnl conditions. ' "With n small npproprInllo for publo health work nnd wllh very o few health officers II is no wonder Hint epldemlrs nro frequent; Hint (ho denth rates for such diseases as luborrulmis. lypMiold fovcr, diphtheria, measles nnd whooping cough, although appreciably lowered In Iho past ten years, are high; that trachoma is common nmong children In tho mountain section nnd is said to he Increasing In spito of efforts, to chock it; that smallpox is still prevalent in parts of tho Stnle,nnd that pellagra Is widespread in tho southeastern countjes. Instruction In hygieno in rural schools is primnnd Medical ineffectual. itive school inspection and school mining service aro provided for in hut few plares. Sanitation In many rural homes is rudimentary or wkolly absent. "Stnto nnd country administration of public schools is subject to the uncerlninlles of politics. The offl-e- es of Slato superintendent of public instruction nnd of county superintendent of schools nro gained only through poll'lcal activity and fn-palg- ns for support at tho polls. "Local laxos aro too low for th development of good schools, and nl becauso Stato funds along are to keep poor schools opea for Rural elementary six months. buildsrhools are held In ings, poorly equipped, with poorly paid teachers, using poor methods. Owing to tho lack of good roadi thero has been but lltllo consolidaIs Compulsory attendant tion. spasmodic in tho smaller citlen, And weak in both law and enforcement in rural districts. Boys and girls nro absent from school prinoipnlly because of work, illness and indifference. Opportunity to attcid high school is frequently denied lo roun-Ir- y ky full-timauf-llciear-hal- c children. dren over ten Moro ycars)f than 6,500 chilItliter-at- e. ago are BEREA SERVICE MEN vs. PAINT LICK SERVICE MEN is behind miners, fed. iuy sui uiuiuuu jiiu uuu.uu cd ati ft fj irtnrn cavq in girls with after tho socioly ad ACTION. OUTLINING November 11, 1919, at 3 o'clock,' began tho first game between Paint was Lick and Bcrca. Tho line-u- p as follows: Berea Curry, Henderson, Sheppard, Hayo, inner, nacKctt, mcKncii, uiarx, wcai, Jones, Robertson. Paint Lick Mason, Prultt, Pruitt, Davis, Led-for- d, Kulhman, Henslcy, Heasley, Patrick, West, J. Ledford, Winn. Tho gamo was started with tho usual pep. But beforo thrco minutes J. Ledford got his collar bono broken. Winn changed clothes (Paint Lick having no subs) and got into tho gamo. Jones got tho ball and slarted for his goal. An opponent was trying to tackle him when Hackel made a sensational play' by throwing his body at tho feet of tho opponent, bringing him down and letting Jones mako n touchdown. Tho kick for the goal failed. Scoro was 0 to 0 in Korea's favor. Ncal, Jones, and Clark mado star runs. Quarterback of Berea mado a forward pass to Robertson and he mado a touchdown. Hackctt kicked tho goal. Scoro 13 to 0; first quarter over. West of Paint Lick mado a star run, and Clark tackled him as well. Hayes also mado a good run. Paint Lick kicked, Bcrca missed tho hall, and Paint Lick fell on it. First half over. Clark mado a good run and Prof. Ritter, of Berea, mado a splendid tacklo. Being near tho Berea goal.vNcal sucecded In a ccn-to- r rush and mado a touchdown Kick for goal failed. Scoro 19 to 0. Hacked mado a good run. Paint Lick let Clark's punt fall to ground, so Jones promptly fell ion it. Clark threw pass to Hacked bohind tho goal. Touchdown. Hacked kicked tho goal. Scoro 20 to 0. Third Indorsement of Public Sought By Council, Which Flays Injunction In Indiana Gompers Is Author of Union Statement. j WMtrrn Newspaper I'nlon Nw Snrlc Holding llie action of Washington. the (ioveriunent In Injunction proceed lugs to tie ngalnst striking bituminous coal minors to hi? "so autocratic a.s to stagger the human mini!," tho Kxecu-tlvround! of tin- - American of Labor ijoclarod. In n statement meeting, thar Issued after n four-hou-r Hit- - minors' walkout was Justified qunrtor. , Sheppard mado a good tacklo. Patrick, of Paint Lick, gavo us a splendid cxamplo of tho "ncck-tl- o tacklo." West got tho ball and had open field for goal but for Robertson. Both were running with nil tholr energy when they clashed, Robertson tackling West and they went down. Both wcro hurt, but bravely plaved tho gamo to tho finish. Scoro 20 to 0. promlsid for the strike the entire support of organized labor mill asked for aid anil indorsement for it from the general public. The Lever net under which the (Iinernmetit ucfed In Coiiri proceedings, never was enacted to apply to the workmen, the council asserted, and Its use against ttie miners was strike benefit, nnd'doiminded tlie withclassed ns "an Injustice not only to draw?! of the Injunction ohtnlned reworkers, Imt to nil liberty-lovincently in Indianapolis "to restore conThe notion was tuken without fide nee In the Instltutlons'of our counGreen, try anil reflect to Courts." tlie participation of William (.'euer.il Secretary of the mine work-- I ..IIy llU IU lt. fm.tH Ul thp fllsi, its, who is a meuilier, hut nil the re miners' strike Is Justllled," It con ninlnlng principal olllcors of the Amer- cludes. "We Indorse It.- We nre conican Federiitlon of Labor were present vinced of the Justice of (lie miners' The council begun Its session after cause. We pledge to tho miners the Its members had been summoned to- full support of the American federagether hastily, ami the statement tion of Labor and appeal to the workwhich formulated Its action was re- ers and citizenship of our country to by Samuel (lump- give like Indorsement and aid to tho vised mid ers and Trunk Morrison, I'resldent am! men engaged In this momentous Secretary, respectively, of the Keilern-'Ion- . ktruggle." The council, in Its statement, presented nt length the history of neFive Ships Are In Distress at Sea. gotiations which led up to and preHalifax, X. cipitated the coal strike, declaring al- lieved to have S. One steamship Is befoundered and four othmost In the llrst sentence that the olllcors of the l.'nlteil Mine Workers did ers are In distress In Nova Scotlnn Io-la- r everything. In their power to nvert this waters. The American steamship which was abandoned off the great Industrial struggle. It reserved Its bitterest words for later comment Cape llretou coast, had not been found by tho steamship Kiinuwba which went on Gnvcriimentnl action. assistance, There were 2,200 delegates, repre- to her containing nor had any of the tho vessel's crow of senting MXl.OOO miners, seated In the boats '.0 men been picked up. The Kami- tho strike, convention which called the statement said, after having Abu should hate imtehod the spot .Iven by the sinking I'olur Una! beforo In compliance of worksketched ing conditions on the Industry which dark, hut the rokcue ship wlrelensed specific Instructions as to bur locuIt Is assorted the miners seek to rem- for tion when last heard from. Tho edy by striking. for Instruction's. !k taken to ineun Instruction of the convention were taken through the usual committees .hat the Polar lind has gone down. iHto conference with the operators, and then, the statement puts It, "our Church Heads to Meet. (lovonmiont Interjected Itself nnd apLexington, Ky. In furtherance of plied for an Injunction." h The sUilcinent characterized tlie the educational survey of the world movement, bonds of uctlon ns "Invasion of the rights of miners," Intended to starve the miners church, school and colleges In KenInto submission by. cutting, off their tucky have been culled to meet In g Amer-Icuiis.y st Inter-churc- was delightfully Tho week-en- d spent in tho mountains by somo of tho teachers of Berea College. Thoso in tho party were: Miss Ber- lel, Miss Richard, Miss Painter, Miss Moore, Miss Parker, Miss Boatrighl, and Miss Anna Mao BoalrighL Thoy reported a lovely time. Miss Clara Mao Thompson spent Monday, November 9, with her aunt in town. Friends of Miss Clco Baker will t'hots tin ifbaM bo glad to learn of her recovery 'tll'BPWBl VNiftn ntwpn&r recont Illness. Sho is now from her convalescing and will rcsumo her school duties soon. Miss Zcphr Gooch spent the week Itoliorl M I to o Hie department end with her parents. Roscoo Morris went homo for, tho of the census at Washington, has beei appointed d.reetnr of for I'nii last week-en- d. 'orrii". tiniu by I'residitit BB82 ; ifi s -- RUSS.AN RIDS SEEK TO OVERTHROW THE U. Spread Propaganda In America to Dig Revolution Cause Upheaval Is Planned. Washington, Nov. ft. Tlie ICusslau bolslievlkl "have in ailed thclusehe of every opportunity to Initiate In the United Suites a propaganda aimed o bring ubout the forcible overthrow of our present form of government," Chairman Wadsworlh of the somite military committee has been liiforimd by .Secretary Phillips In a letter made public ul the slate de- "Tho juvenilo court law is jceex-nll- y disregarded In rural district. At limes children are kept In Jnil, somo nwalling trial, others serving sentences. Tho manifold duties of county Judges interfere with their giving duo attention to JuvmIU court matters. ut "Apprenticing and binding children under obselclo conditions aro still jiracllsed lo some extent nnd tho laws permitting such procedure should bo repealed. The Child Labor Law is ono of the boil In Iho country, but It is enforced in only a few places. "Girls of 12 years of ngo nnd hoys It years of ago aro permitted to marry with tho consent of their parents; nnd Applicants for Marriage licenses aro not obliged to appear beforo tho official who issues them. Tho desertion of childrnTby their parents is now merely a Misdemeanor under Iho law. "Unregulntcd amusements largely dnmlnato Iho great field of recreation; that provided by publ Is authorities and by private clvls and philanthropic societies falls far short of meeting tho need." . partment. Mr. I - blllips said the bolslievlkl bad at their disposal u huge sum made tip partly of the Itusslun gold reseno and parlly of money secured from Koumanla. It was Important, Jie wild, to trade relations with soviet llus-s- a In order to keep this gold from coming to America to he used for tl.e promotion of revolt against the gov pro-ve- Mr. Phillips said that uhllo there wus no blockade of I'elrogrnd. so far as the United States was concerned no licenses for the shipment of goods to bolshevik Itussia were being Issued Th policy of nonlnlereoiirso. lie add eil. could not he continued after the proclamation of peuce without additional legislation. .Mr. Phillips wrote In reply to Senator Wmlswnrfh. who had asked why Hie admllil-lratlo- n had adopted u pol icy or iinnlntorcoiirse wltli Hint putt if Itussia com rolled by the bolslievlkl. eminent. much of Iho high prices nre ihie lo lark of agricultural inst.'ucllon nrl practice. Irhli potatoes are imported from the finlh nnd from Portugal, whilo !hey 'ould grew here ns well as not. As a result wo nlwavs pay moro than five dollars a bushel, nnd for six weeks Ibis year there wns not a potato to bo found In the north. Consequently, wo have had soolnl unrest and trpuhlo twt gon-er- al strikes wllh anarchistic tendencies, and political unrest due to tho election of n new governor of tho stale. A most nbnormal year, In which wo hnvo worked hnrder and Judgo from tho results. ilono less, Wo nro trying lo hold whnt we havo In men and until money can comn. Our lovo to nil tho dear Bere.i , friends. Tho Citizen Is doubly welm come lo us here, with ships so nnd distnnres so grent. By April, Iho end of tho month, wo (rust wo shall bo onco moro In Boron, truly our 'nln Country.' Cordlaly yours, Wnldo B. Davisoa -boI-do- Wo havo seen somo follows who act ns though they aro going to bo awfully disnppointod if thoy get to henven nnd find thoro aro no lodges there for them lo Join. Normbor 13, 1010 THE CITIZEN noon, she would have called rudeness. "That's nothln'. Hut, sny, I brought homo some grub. The chuck hero was pretty tame. Ones you found that out last night." He looked about the room nnd she knew that he was taking noto of her but he mnde no remark on the subject. "Well, let's get breakfast," she said, after n moment's pause nnd for lack of other conversation. "You must be house-cleanin- Page. V t.yl Thre In mm.COW 'J WON'T FREE DANZIG PRESIDENT LOSES FIGHT - -- Mi eh nil on I i ami fodder has rotted to tent Unit much of It Is nirii lias sprouted ii ss. PUNCHER J.C.Sieud poem" UNI U. 5. ACTS IN TREATY By Robert "Ti vlnc irMM-T- T ClulfWo kitchener, and otKor nuMim ly kvin Myf walls hare of uny adornment save dirty gnrmytits that hung from mills driven In the logs. On the rude bed lay an old man. She could see only n pnrt of bis face n gray mustache drooping over an open month, nnd n florid check turned to the glow of the setting sun. Ou n chnlr beside thn bed sat a bottle and the room reekeil with the smell of breath chnrged with jilcohol. .She gently closed the door nnd busied herself through the long evening with reform In jhe kitchen and with little ministrations designed to rclluvo tho sufferings of her father. The sun sank behind tho Rockies and a dnrkness, soft and mystlrtil nnd silent, stole up the valley, hushing even the noiseless day. The girl stood framed In tho open window nnd tho moonlight painted her face to the purest Ivory nnd toyed with the rich brown fustness of her hair and gleamed from n single ornament at her throat. .She was tinder n spell. Shu was In a new world, where were manhood, nnd silence, nnd the realities of being, nnd moonlight, nml great. gulfs of shadow between the hills, and lurge, friendly stars, nnd soft breezes pushing this way and that without definite direction, nnd strnnge, quiet noises from out of tho depths, and the lncenso of tho evergreens, nnd u young horseman gnlloplng Into the night, And conventions hnd been swept away, und It was correct to live, und to live! Tho first flush of dnwn wn mellowing the eastern sky when the girl was awakened from uneasy sleep by noiiimIs In the yard In front of the ranch-hous- SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER with hi father on 1111011, bmtly mnnnnfd ninti, David i:t1tn ha renrlied tlm bra of elshtrn with few educational aitvnntaM. An ie clant to th auto In which Dr. Ilnnly, eminent tifwtrTn I'liyilcUn, unit III dmnfi. lren, nro tourlnc th country, hrtnc new element Into til n life. Dr. I tardy1 If la hroken. ami lie la nereanrlly to hla rrlenithlp, ami some-thi- n more, develop betKeen Irene-- and tr lit con-fin- David. Ill tho south end of the larger room n fireplace, crudely mnde of slabs of native rock. The firm of many winter had crumbled the rock, so (tint It hnil fallen In In places nml was no longer employed for Its orlel-na- l purpo.v. A very rusty nnd greasy tove nov occupied tlie apnee Immediately In front of the fireplnce, the stovepipe lending Into the ample hut tottering chimney. Near tho atove wns n bpnch supporting a tin washbasin, a woNlen pull and certain fragments of soap evidently all tho equip", ment ncccHsnry for the almplc of the Klden household. The remnant ef a grnln-hng- , with many evidences of un and abuse, performed the function of n towel, and a hroken piece of looklng-gliis- s gnve,the faintest Intimation that a strain of fundamental rclatlonahlp links the sexes. Hy the wcwtrm wall wns a table, with nu merous dishes, and to the wall Itself had been nulled wooden boxes salmon and tomato cases now containing an assortment of culinary supplies. A partially sed sack of flour and of rolled oats leaned against the tood aVflu-tloan-th- wall, ami a trapdoor In the floor Rave promise of further resourcea beneath. There was a window In the enat and another In the west, both open and unscreened; myriads of files guve tho only touch of life to the dismal scene. Irene looked It nil over, then leaned against tho window silt nnd laughed. Her father had brought her west for holiday, with the promise of changed surrounding and new experiences, but he hnd promised her no such delight as this. With the Klden kitchen still photographed In her mlud she called up Ih'o picture of her own city home the ja order; the precision; the fixedness; the the flatness and emptiness nnd formality of It all; nnd she turned again to Uie Klden kitchen nnd laughed Soft, rippling, Irrepressible laugh, as Irrepressible as the laughter of the mountain stream amid th' evergreens. Then she looked again from the open window, this time with eyes that saw tfce vl.Tta of valley and woodland and foothill that stretched down Into the penlng prairie. Suddenly she realized that alic was looking down upon a picture ono of nature's obscure master-piec- e inlnted lu brown and green and saffron against an opal ennvns. It wo, beautiful, not with the solemnity f the grout mountains, nor the solemnity of the great plains, but with that nearer, more Intimate relationship which Is th peculiar property of tho foothill country. Tho girl drew a grciit breath of the pure air and was about to dream n new daydream when the voice of her father brought her to enrth. "On n't jm find anything that will do for a bandage T" he asked. "Oh, jim dear Dnddyklnsl" alio replied, her voice tremulous with "I had forgotten. There was s ppuTl, or something; It Just enme down upon me In the window. The Dear, not The only cloth I bandage see Is tho kitchen towel, and I can't recommend It. Hut what a goo.se I Our grips are In the car, or unam der It, or somewhere. I'll be back 'in a Jiffy." And she was off at a sharp trot down tho trail along which she 1 The stars were still shining brightly through the cold nlr. In the fnlnt light she could distinguish n team and wagon nnd men unhitching. She approached und. In n voice that sounded strnngcly distant In the vnstness of tho calm night, called: "Is that you, Dave?" And In a moment she wondered how Dave. Itut she the had dared call-hlsoon hnd other cause for wonder, for the boy replied from near beside her, In that tone of friendly confidence which springs so siMintmieously In the darkness: "Yes, Ileenle, nnd tho doctor, too. We'll have Mr. Hardy fixed up In no time. How did he stand the ntght7" How dared he cull her Reenle? A flush or resentment- rose In her breast, only to be submerged In the sudden that she hud first culled him Dave.- - That surely gave him the right to address her as he had done. Then she remembered she was In the much country. In the foothills, where the conventions the conventions she hnted had not yet become rooted, nnd where the souls of men and women stood bare In the clear light of frank acceptance of the fact. It would be Idle dungerous to trifle with this boy by uny attempt at concealment or deception. She could sec his form now as he led the horses toward the corral. How straight hcAvus, nnd how bravely his footsteps fell on the hard earth I "He's n wonderful boy," said the doctor, of whose presence she had been unconscious. "Cat's eyes. Full gallop - mountain through the dark ; streams, up und down; breakneck. Well, here we are." The doctor breathed deeply, as though this lust fact was one to occasion some wonderment. "Your brother tells me you slde-lilll- hnve ii n had bo reeuutly come In Dave Klden's wagon. Tho grips were duly found, and Irene emigre tnkttod herself that alio and her father were In the habit of traveling with onrrliinient for overnight. Arrived at the kotiso, she, deftly wrapped a bandage nJtout her father's Injury and set to work at the preparation of supper a task not strange to her, as her mother considered It correct that her limb Into place and It hnd been his daughter should have a working knowl- first close contact with human pnln. edge of kitchen uffults. It was different from branding cnlves Once during the evening she took a and he had sloped nut of the room as Clanco Into the other room. It was soon as possible. The morning sun even le4 Inviting than Duve'e. with wus now pouring through the window ntid the distraught look on the boy's fnco touched her even inoro than tho frankness of tho words spoken In the darkness. Shu tuddenly remembered that he hnd been up all night for her. She would not deceive herself with tho thought that It was for her father's soke I)ave"had galloped to town, found a doctor, secured a fresh team nnd footdriven buck nlong tho little-usehill trails. No doubt Dave would hnvo dono It all for her father, had her father been there nlone, hut ns things were she had a deep conviction that he had dono It for her. And It was with n greater effort than seemed that she laid her fingers on his d . . Hrotherl Hut why should she explain? Dave hadn't bothered. Why hadn't he? Ho hnd told nlMiut the stronger. Wh hnd he not told about both strangers? Why hnd he Ignored her altogether? This time came nuother flush, born of that keen womanly Intuition which understands. With n commonplace she led the doctor Into the house and to the hedsldo of her father. When the operation was completed the girl turned her attention to the kitchen, where she found Dave, sweating In vicarious suffering. He had helped to draw the Stranger, Inr Injured man here. Accident. I bellevet Well, shall we go bles, canned goods, coffee, rloc nnd REFUSES TO SURRENDER PORT rnlslns. He laid the last three Items on the tnble with n great dissembling of Indifference, for ho wns Immensely Will Walt for Ratification by Five Powers Evidence Against 1.J0O proud of them. They were unwonted t Germans for Offemes In Del- Items on the Klden bill of fare; he them espoelnlly for her. Hut dlurn Sent to Paris. ho busied herself nt the breakfast Nov. 'i. The German governI'nrK without n thought of the rement, according to Information nature of these purchases. Deutsch The doctor, who hnd been resting In ceived fiimi the tho room with hi pntlent, entered the Allgciiidi.e Zesting, does not consider kitchen. During the setting of the limb Itself bound to surrender It authority he hnd grodunlly berome nwnre of the over the territory or the free city of position of Irene In tho household; Diitizlg until the United States shall hnt hnd that not been so, ono glance bine rntllied the treaty of pence. The government, In a eominiinlcn nt the boy nnd girl ns they now stood In tho bright morning sunshine, ho tlon to this effect. nihlrcscd to the with his big, wiry frame, his brown Dniizlg municipality, lakes the stand-ixilli- t Hint the treaty of pence provides face, hi dark eyes, his black hair, she, round and knit nnd smooth, with the for the surrender of the territory of pink shining through her fair skin and the future free city of Dniizlg to the the light of youth dancing In her gray principal allied nnd associated' (toweyes and the light of day glancing on ers. Await U. S. Ratification. her brown bnlr, must have told him Such transfer, It hold4 becomes opthey had sprung from widely separated stock. For one perilous moment lie erative not when the general treaty was about to apologize for the mistake come Into effect .through the exchange made Jn tho darkness, but some wise of rntlhYittlon between Oermnny nnd Instinct closed his lips. Hut he won- three of the principal ntllcd und asso-- t imed powers, hut only after the Unitdered why sho had not corrected him. They were seated nt brenkfast when ed Slates. 'n. well ns (he other four principal turner, hove lcHslted their the senior Klden mnde his oppenrance. Tie had slept off his debauch and was nitlllentloiiM. Andre Itiidovlich. former prime minas sober as n man In the throes of almay be. Seeing the ister of Montenegro, has been appointcoholic appetite dele-gatstrangers, he hesitated In his lurch to- ed as one uf the pleiil(Hitentlnry to th' pence conference from the ward the water pall, steadied himself stnte. on feet, very flat on tho M llndovlteh. who was prime minisfloor, and waved his right hand slowly ter In Montenegro during the early In the nlr. Whether this was to bo unstages of the wur. broke with King n form of salutation or a derstood as gesture of defiance was a matter of In- Nldiolus of Monlenegro nnd resigned his oltlce In .Inntinry, 1!1I7. owing to terpretation. the refusal of the king to lu "VIshltors," sold the old man, at fin or of the Serblnn crown abdicate prince. length. "Alwaysh welcome, 'm sure. lie ha since been n member of the mo." He made his uncertain party favoring the entrance of Montewater-bencway to the took a great negro nto the slate. drink and set about washing his face The supreme council discussed plan and hands, while the breukfust pro- for receiving a Oermiin delegation Noceeded In silence. As his preparations vember 1(1 to sign the protocol g ncared completion Irene net a place at the carrying out by (Jermanv the table. of portions of the armistice conditions (Continued next week.) which she has so far fnlled to meet. It Is assumed that linron Lersner, heml of the mission nt Versailles, will THE WOULD sign the protocol for Oermnny. Indictments of Germans Ready. AMERICAN Ilrucls, Nov ". Copies of the legal evidence iiwin which the surrender gj&RJED of I ,200 Hermans to stand trial for Junior Red Cross, committed In Helgluin during the Herman occupation now have leen forwarded to the pence conference nt I'nrls. The Indictments nre prlnclpnllv haed upon the executions of Helglnn civilians nt l.ouvnln nnd other towns, upon the deportntlons of Belgian workmen, upon tho enforced labor exacted from prisoners of wnr. upon the trent-meof young men who nttempted to cross the frontier to Join the Helglnn nrmles nnd upon Instances of pillage. Asks Swiss to Jo'n Run Blockade. Heme. Nov. 7. The federal council tins Instructed the Swiss minister st Purls to Inform the supreme council that the situation with regnrd to .Swiss Intercourse with bolshevlst Itussln already correspond with the proposed blockn.le In which the supreme council nsked Switzerland and other neutrals to participate. Switzerland hnd earlier decided not to Join In n Joint reply to the demand of the peace conference that the neutral nation ns well as Germany and the nllled nnd associated powers should Institute a blockade and cease It was Karly In the participation of the nil truffle with the bolshevlkl. United States In tho world wnr, the then pointed out that ns there was no Itussln American Ued Cross perceived the Intercourse with bolshevlst value of mobilizing the schoolchildren there was no occasion to proclaim a of the country and the Junior Ited blockade. lleforu the wur Cross wns organized, ended nine million children were CHICAGO LEADS- - IN BUILDING nnd helped In the war fund und membership campaigns, lu chnp New York, Philadelphia, Boster production of relief supplies nnd Ahead of and Minneapolis on Resiton manufacturing furniture for the refdential Structures. ugees whose homes and household , goods were destroyed. New Vork, Nov. 7. Home construcChildren everywhere In the United responded to the call to serv- tion exceeded nil other building 0Krn-tlon- s Stntes for the week ending Oct. Inst ice sounded by President Wilson as bend of the American Ited Cross. In the territory north of the Ohio nnd This photograph Is that of an en east of the Mississippi, according to thuslntlc young Japanese member of statistics made public, by the V, W. Itesldentlnl structhe Junior Ited Cross of Spokane, Dodge company. Wash., starting out on the ambitious tures started or planned amounted In undertaking of collecting "a mile of value to $77.1134,200 out of a total of $188.8.131.529 In construction Tho ChiA comprepennies" for wnr relief. hensive penco program Is now being cago district led those of New York, worked out for tho Junior Ited Cross, Pdlndelphln. Pittsburgh, Itoston nnd Minneapolis In the order given. which Is being held Intact, epoch-markinseml-olllclwide-spread h .lugo-Slnvlngunr-nnteeln- hungry." Dave's purchases hnd been liberal. They Included fresh ment and vegeta- Germany Holds Requirement Not Senate Adopts Preamble ReserOperative Till Then. vation by Vote ol 48 to 40. M'CUf.'.BER' JOINS DEMOCRATS North Dakota Senator Is Only Republican to Oppoie the Proposal-M- ild Reservatlonlsts Support the Recommendations. Washington, Nov. iri-nt- ilturirrtown- .- In Its overflow near enioii's 7VI.II, North Flkhom swept wa 1.7) shocks of ii belonging to J. V. Snell. tl; llmore. (It'iiiiiul being hroken n lien olllie bulldli.it und ware ions to be erected by the ll;is Mill-i('mnpaiiy. 1 or nr Carlisle. Tin turkey crop In thin soeiioii is regarded ns n nenr fiilliiro ii iieniunl of adverse weiilher coudl- -' Ion- - during the summer. A 'JVpiiHseuger motor bought to transport students of the Stall! Normal school to und from the school nun. 11 tchiiKiiiil. bf-- 'nr has 8. The, first linll, lloinli. Hrnndegee. Colder. per. Colt, Cummins. Curtis. Dillingham. Kdge. Klklns, I'nll. remold. I'riince, Oronnn. Hale, Harding, Jones (Col.). Johnson fWnsh.i. KelloL' Kenvnn. Kcrcs. Knox. Iji I'ollette. t.enroot. Lodge. MeCor- tnlcfc. McLean. MeNnrr. .Moses. Nel son, New, Newberry, Norrls, Page. I'hlpps, I'olndexter, Sherman, binoot, Wads-wort.Spencer. Sterling, Townsend, 15. Democrats: nml Watson (lore. Iteed. Walsh (Mass.), 11. Total, h reservations clause of tin. Purls. The , body of .Mrs. IWtle com- drawn by (he foreign relation nlttee, ii pri'iliuhlu requiring three or Smith Davis, 02, formerly of Paris, he oilier great powers to nccept the w no died l;i Washington, after a long; eservnlloiis, wus adopted by the sen- Illness, wus buried here. ile nfter many elTorts to amend It Cvillhlnnn. The llnrrlum P.iiinfv 'nil fulled. Ib-Cn ss begun Its member The vote was 4S to !(, 'the mild chapter imp eumpaign iitmer Hie innnTiReiiumt eservntlnii group lining up almost il J. T. Wilson, chairman. Tlie-mlIn fnvor of the tnensure. t!iiiiilillfiin tntlni lii the neirai Jnekjiiik-jJis-se Lee Ouy, live wn Senntor MsCwnrfer (Hep.) ,of on .if J. J. Ju. w)ui Ird lieoii'tmvlth '. . n .. .1. 1.miiiii wi(Koin. iiiree nitnrrh for sewrnl weeks, wns found Iteed of .Missouri, (lore of Oklahoma dead nt breakfast time. and WuMi of Massachusetts stood with the Itfpiihllcnn for the preamLexington. According to announceble. ment of tho department of market, Roll Call on Reservation. Unlveisity for this section, to cost I'or the iimeiiilnietit Ileiilllillenns : SliXt.tKH), will be established here. Cupsol-dlv A d Cynthhiim. Waiter Whltaker. re cently returned from Montana, says n drouth forced ranchmen to sell stock, nnd he saw 1.7(H) horses sold lit $10 each. Winchester. Miss Sue Peihllcord has published mi appeal for shoes nud clothing for families reported to, tho Associated Charities ns sick nnd destitute. Dr. F. O. Kills, In charge Juckson. if the trachoma hospital, was called to Kansas City recently to attend his daughter, hurt In n basket ball game at school. Cmiinbellsvllle. While trvlnir to ford fireen river In a buggy, Vern Phillips, fi), wus drowned. W. r. Wnr ters, GO, with him, was able' to swim ashore. IS. AROUND WITH THE W CROSS. Jfc M Demo amendment crats. Ashurst, Chnmlierlnln. Culberson. Dial. Fletcher. Oay, Carry. Har ris. Morrison, Henderson, HltclicocK. Johnson (S. D.). Jones (N. M.). Ken- drlek. King, Klrby, McKellnr. Myers. N'ueent. Overnuin. Owen. Phelnn. Pitt- man, Poiueretie. Itnnsdell. Kohlnson. (Ariz.). Smith Sheppiird, 'Simmons, Smith (Oa.). Smith (Mil.), Smith (S. C). Swnnson. Thomas. Trammel, Underwood. Wnlsh (Mont.). Williams McCuin- and Wolcott. Ilepubllenii: her. Total. 10. Take Up First Reservation. by Senator "King An amendment (Dem.) or I'tiih to niiike It possible for ii foreign power to nccept the reservations merely "by recognizing the United Stntes as n party to the treaty," wns rejected. 40 to 12. took up the first of The senate-the- n Against the I'rlncfton. Flnnls ltogersi 50. died from Injuries received when ii train struck an auto several weeks ago, and four members of his family ow killed. . new Hickman. Klirht intasinn houses to be used us lonitmtulty cents ters will be erected In the coal by the Kpiscoptil diocese- - of Ken-- t ucky. dfct-irlc- the committee's 14 reservations, relat- d ing to withdrawn! from membership Senator Thomas in the league. (Dem.). Colorado, moved to strike out the provision that notice of withdraw-n- l could be given by tr concurrent resolution of congress. President Wilson told Senator Hitchcock of Nebraska, ndminlsjrntlnn l"d-e- r In the senate treaty tight, that be would be entirely sntlslled with any reservations supporters of the treaty might feel Justified In accepting, provided they did not nullify the League of Nations covennnt nnd were designed for the purpose of Interpreting the terms of the treaty. First Test on Reservations. ' IB the first test of strength on the reservations proposed by tho foreign relations committee, the senate refused by n vote of 4S to 40. to strike out the provision which would require acceptance of the reservations by the other powers. Hy the snme vote and with the same partisan alignment, tho senate rejected another amendment, offered by Senntor McCumber to the preamble proposing that ncceptnnce of reservations "might be'.' effected by exchange of diplomatic notes. The committee preamble requires such an exchange of Somerset. The Somerset Journal has absorbed tiie Pulaski Countr Newrt mill plants will be merged under the ownership of C. T. Williams and It. tL r ocm . Covington. Two lilghtvuymea who held up Harold Lipscomb und robbed him of $."0 on the (.'. & O. bridge worn false facts' that hud done service Hallowe'en. Newport. One hundred usri fifty farmers of Campbell county Imre, Joined In n movement to buy the Alexandria turnpike for the county y subscription. Mt. Sterling. Answering rale t explain the escape of James IWinett from Jail, Jailer Hurgess said ho "sawed out" mid the answer wns held stulllclent. Ashluiul. Magistrate S. J. Dlnlr decided in a suit fur damages that the law gives no protection against hogs at large, and farmers must bulU fences. bog-tig- ht Ixlngtnn. to unite the It Is snld that the mora '.irthern nud Southern Obtrusively Friendly. Personally we try not to be too fastidious In choosing our nssoclntcs, all the same we never chum with the kind of u man who would nsk Snlnt Peter for a match. Dallas News. good-fello- Tho Qhi Stood Framed In the Open Window, and the Moonlight Painted Her Faoe to the Pureit Ivory. arm and said: "Thank you, Dave." "What for?" he asked, nnd sho could not doubt tho genuineness of his question. Not at All a Dad Idea. "Why, for bringing the doctor, and Always speak well of the dead, and all that. I am sure I can't futher If you have the time you might sneak won't bo able a good word for the living occasional-"Oh, shucks 1" he Interrupted, with n ly. Credit Lost. manner which, on tho previous afjee- - What Are These Maples! What are these maples and beeches nnd birches hut odds nnd Idyls and madrigals; what arc these pines end firs nnd spruces but holy hymns? Holmes. Reject Borah Amendment. The senate nlso rejected a proposal by Senntor Homh (Hep.), Idaho, to require that nil four. Instead of three of tho great powers, be required to nccept the reservations. On this vote the mild reservation group of Republicans swung over with tho Democrat. The presldenti Senntor Hitchcock snld, on returning from the White House, expressed "his very strong approval" of what hnd been done to date, nnd ngreed that no compromise would bo offered unless n deadlock wns reached on n resolution of ratification. Senntor Hitchcock outlined his program ns first an endeavor to ilefent the GOTHAM DRUG CLERKS STRIKE reservations reported hy the foreign relations committee, und If that fulled, Registered Pharmacists and Others to vote down the resolution of containing them. His next Walkout to Enforce Demands move would be to present i resolution for Higher Wages. of rntllleiitlon. and should n deadlock New Vork. Nov. 7. Union dmg ensue, to attempt a compromise with from registered Republican opponents. store employees, phnrmnclrts to soda clerks and porters, struck In Greater New York to AUTO BANDITS GET S20.000 enforce demnnds for higher wage and shorter hours. The strikers are enat Averyvllle, III., rolled In tho United Drug Clerks' lo- Rob Dank Cashier In Vault Es-After Putting cal, which claims memberbblp of 1,000. cape In Car. 2-rutin-entlo- note. Presbyterluti (lurches heri by 13 von, '.rill not bo rutnewed with this generation. i After attending the funeral of his do tighter, Miss Rmma Hurtli, Peter Ihirth, ftt, of Alexandria, tiled from heart disease nt tho hoiuu of his sister here. Mrs. Jesse Williams Frankfort. led suit ugulnst the federal railroad administration for $88.75, claiming her traveling bag was lost through carelessness of olllclnls. I! Newport. Danville. Deciding that lutereollo-glnt- u games uro detrimental to academic work, the faculty of tbe Kentucky College for Women bus placed a bun on such contests. Somerset. were .'fined nt home from school, .ard Judge Tailar Issued n general warning of severe measures. ehlldtvn Six lieiuls of families flti.83 for keeping tholr to" 1 Abruzzl to Explore Africa. Peoria. Ill- - Nov. 0. Flvo masked Naples, Nov. 7. Tho duke of Abruz- men robbed tho .Merchants and Mezl und bis party, who will mako an efchanics' State bnnk of Averyvllle of fort to discover the source of the $20,000. They entered the bnnk und Nlcholasvllle. Morris Motley paid Webl Bhebell river, which flows from forced Cashier II. F. Reese nnd other Abyssinia through Italian Somollland employees Into the vault, locked It ,nd $223 on acre for the Kerey tract of Into tho Indian ocean, huve left here took everjthlng In sight. U acres, and S, D. Fnrley bought the ( Fanulo Cook farm, 80 acres for 16,850. for Uogndlscho. an automobile. Danville. Three unknown white men held up and robbed J. II. Stout, proprietor of n moving picture theater here, nml Stnnwood Shye, employe of n local clfcur store, at midnight. Stout Hindi' his getaway without Injury nnd without losing Ills money, but Shyo was slugged under his right eye nnd wns robbed of 510. Ixical police nro working on the cuke, J Pago Four TUB CITIZEN November 1 1010 Dr. P. Cornelius, formorly of Berea, who lias been visiting friends and midlives here, has returned to his homo In Aberdeen, Miss. Beginning this week, Tuesday Lowest CoM. Wnrils for Mm ami for Women. Ilrl nqiiipmenl ami Service nt Thoso select musical ovenings at Sun I'arlor, Private Hooin. H.itlu, Klectrlc Service. and continuing Mr. Taylor's homo mako all muslo November 4th Surgery, Care in Child birth, Eye, Nose and Ear lovers wish Ihoy also wcro artists till the entire stock is sold out. in samo linn. GENERAL PRACTICE Friends of Mrs. Maud Limes, who EVERY HAT WILL BE Come in ami Isll nil etal!Mimrnt, which Is a friend in nrnl, recently fell and hroko her hip, will ami In reich of nil the people. SOLD UNDER COST During tho early dnys of tho World War hn glad (o know sho is improving Kohkkt H. Cowlky, M.D., PhrilcUn jour Government called on you to rally your and will bo ahlo to walk by ThanksHarlan Uvulct, M D lriTlclan dollars to support America's cause, and to furgiving. $6.50 $10.00 Beaver (or M AROAftRT S. Grant, M. I)., I'hjrlclnn nish tho sinews of war to crush tho Kaiser. Joo VanWinklo's daughlor In $15.00 Had for Mim Mary Lonoacrk, R N., Superintendent $8.50 Mim Nkllir Miller, R.N., lliail Nnre .. Undo Sam nsked tho oitizons of tho Eighth Hamilton, Ohio, ,ls very ilL Her $6.08 $10.00 Hats for Federal Heservo District to LEND him parents have been called to her IN RATES CHANGE They responded by pouring Into his 58.00 Hati for $4.75 Beginning Marrli I, the ralct for hoard ami room of private lap $I09,"P.T0. patient will he 15 to Si8 per week. The rates for patient; Jarvls Carrier, of Big Hill, hn tl. t u . Ior $3.50 "a" cared for In the ward will remain the lame $t per day. purchased tho old Johnston homa j Thai part of tho District, now comprising tho Hy Ordprof Prudential Committee, llerea College $2.19 $5.00 Hati for on Boone Street and will movo to War Savings Organization for tho Eighth Dis,own- trict, loaned $110,111,050. Hats as low as $1.00 . . That this money was LOANED nnd not Bam Micas uas soiu ins uinii nnu bought a third interest in a wholo-- ! Ckildren's hats from 75c to $3.00 GIVEN Is evidenced by tho fact that, on Sepsalo grocery at Corbln, and moved tember 15, the Interest on this loan, aggregatGVE his family to that place. MORE THAN 500 HATS ing $5,075,122,03 will bo paid In cash to thoso Egbert Davis, formerly of who loaned then. TO SELECT FROM NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A has accepted a position at You have scon what kind of n borrower Undo VARIETY OF SOURCES Silver Creek, and moved bis fami- Don't miss these wonderful Snm is. And you seo how ho pnys. ly there. Ho needs monoy now, not to destroy with, bargains. A fresh coat of paint is being apbut to reconstruct. Call Dr. II. E. Bartlelt at rcsidonce, plied to Mrs. Eva Waldon's storo. this Interest monoy in If you will John Bales sold his farm and res phono 7. No longer associated with Treasury Savings Certificates or Wnr Savings idence here to Ben Gay, of Berea. Scientific horso shoeing, fine iron Robinson Hospital. S'lnmps or Thrift Stamps, you will be aiding Dr. II. E. Hartlett Is no longer aswork and repairs of all descriptions Mrs. Fanny C. Dcmmon has sold j;our Government and helping yourself. at the Collcgo Blacksmith Shop, her property on Center Street to sociated with tho Robinson Hospital, A birthday surprise shower was Main Street, north of The Citizen Otis Arnctt and is moving to Jenn- but is now doing general practico ad. ings, La. S1io has lived hero eigh- and obstetrical work. Call phone 7 given to Mr. Tllford Wagers. Mrs. OITlcc. Wagers was formorly Anna Mario at residence. teen years, and it is with many Viznar, of Franco. Tho crowd made sho leaves her homo and that Baker & Logsdon, Dentists randy. Thoso present wero Mrs. friends, but sho will bo with her Olllco Hours from 8 to 5. John Gabbard, Mrs. n. H. Chrisman, two sons who aro in business in Berea, Ky. Jennings and Telcphono No. 3. Mrs. W. H. James, Neva Chrisman, aro both doing well. tho Misses Flanncry, Helen James, .Mrs. Mary H. Dodgo left Berea Ora Gabbard, Una Gabbard, Mr. nnd L. 4 N. TIME TABLE on Monday last for a ten days' I Mrs. W. B. Walden nnd little Jcn-el- to easy at Lexington, Louisville, and One Way to Bent Old Man only $2,000,20--onacres, terms. Another Northbound Walden. For ten days we will offer oar entire 1 of about mlloa from other places. Tho purposo of her Train No. 31 3:38 a. m. Hi Cost o' Livin' is to Grovcr Bowling of Depot Street Berea, on good piko. Can sell as a Is to inspect local organizations stock of Fall and Winter trip 12:48 p. m. Train No. 38 underwent another serious operawholo or cut lo suit purchaser. Have Your Old of tho Woman's Relief Corps and to Train No. 32 5:13 p. m. tion Saturday, but is reported to bo Priced according to tho land taken give instruction in tho work of tho Clothes Made doing nicely. Southbound and improvements Those-- placca order. New at the Mr.3- - J?nn Gabbard nnd Una wcro won't bo on tho market long at theso At prices never before equaled Train No. 3112:46 a. m. Mr. W. D. Click, of Hamlin, Linpsls nl, n ocIock d'nncr J?,lh prices. Wo have others, larger nnd Train No. 3312:25 p. m. coln County, W. Va., his wifo and in Kentucky giving our trade the' of M!' n"d M?' Tiirrd No. 37 1:10 p. m. benefit of our THIRTY YEARS VT baby, are visiting friends and relaTrain smaller. Como out and toll ua your SHOP wants and wo can till them. MODEL tives in and about Berea. Mr. Click experience in the millinery busi-- I Pagers, Sunday, November 9. Mrs. E. F. Dizney has Just re- is well known to Berea people, ho ness You wll find John F. Dean nt BeE. O. WALKER, Mgr. Mrs. Bess Smith is visiting her nnd others of his family having been fhJ ,,lrnP(1 from a lcn (,av3' visit 10 rea Bank Trust Co. When in parents and sisters for a few day? students in Berea for quito a numMilnftCinlir town call ;nudiciousfburyinrR Prion 181 in Mini h-- him and tnlk on Center Street. at their homo ,a ber of years. Ho is at present our stock is absolutely new. We, '""ph,tr' H,clcn' 8rn!ua,c over your wants with him. Miss Agnes. Moore, who is teach- county agent for the county in yo,,.B "?u7wa are not going out of business, ?UT 9 is ing near Booncsboro, spent tho week which he lives and is doing a splcn-- merely " Pressing You'll have a rambling man. you Mjurtan Cleaning reducing stock to make t Hospital, Oak I to catch him where parents in Berea. end with her Park. Edith did work there. They expect to room for a new department. Repairing can, Prof. Norman Frost, of Teachers' spend a few days with Mrs. Click's entered the same school. Whilo In $15.00 Pattern Hats $9.50 College, Nashville, Tenn, is spendOak Park she was entertained nt Altering and Dyeing For he's an awful busy rriaa. folks in Morristown, Tenn., after He'll sell you houso and lot or land ing some weeks in Berea, but is at- whioh they will return to Berea for tho homos of Dr. W. E. Barton and 10.00 Hats 6.50 As cheap as any living man. tending the Rural Conference in a snort stay. The Citizen was Ilev. Ernest Bourncr Allen, nnd on " - - -- - 5.00 7.50 For cash or on installment plan. Chicago this week. tho way homo sho spent n day at tho Laundry Agency pleased to have Mr. Click make a 5.00 " - - -- - 3.00 Como on to Dean & Hcrndon. Mr. Stanley Frost, of tho Now York call at our office. homo of E. S. Fee, of Clarksburg. 3.56 " - - - - 2.50 Tribune, is taking a vacation on InIndiana. It was a delightful trip Prompt, Courteous Service Bowman & Young have started Tarns $1.50 to $5.00 dian Fort Mountain, where he keeps their saw-mi- ll Work Called for and Delivered A New Real and greatly enjoyed. on Owsley Fork his typewriter quite busy. At tho Third Annual Workers' Their lumber yard is located on the Watch for tho lent on the College Preston lot near tho railway station MRS. JENNIE B. FISH1 Conference of tho Central Young THE LILIOUKALANI HAWAHANS, Green facing Main Street, Saturday, here. ' Men's Christian Association hold in November 22. Named for Iho beloved Berea, Kentucky Cincinnati, November 9, Mr. HowDr. Godboy and brother and Tho Lutes property on Jackson others of this place, with Mr, ard E. Taylor had charge of the of tho Hawaiian Islands, this quarIf you are interested in Street was sold to Mrs. Hicks for Wyatt aro in Mississippi looking tette of natlvo Hawaiians present n Judge J. M. Morgan, of Berea, sold musio and gavo an nddrcss on the 51,700. out a largo plantation for Dr. God his farm adjoining Ebb Fish's form subject, "Christian Scrvico in Busi- program of variety and charm that Real Estate in Rockastl e Mrs. Hood is moving into tho Prof. bey and brother. lias been received in America with on Walnut Meadow pike to John ness." Mr. Lloyd Ilnckloy led tho enthusiasm for May property on Estill Street. several seasons. singing nnd gavo several Mountain County, either buying or Bales of this placo. W. L. Harrison has sold his propTheso popular musicians hnve Mid-Seas- on erty on Boone Street, opposite to Sale Watch for.tho tent on tho College Ballads. been nssociated together for severselling farms or town Green facing Main Street, Saturday, tho public school, to Mr. Bickncll. al season", and thoir work as muNovombcr 22. THE UNION CHURCH still on at Consideration, $2,200. sicians nnd entcrtnlners has been property, please see Mr. P. G. York, recently from Thero wcro 115 at Sunday-scho- ol D. M. Gott sold his properly back of such a uniformly high quality Vesta, Minn., is now living on Cen Inst Sunday; collection, $3.18. that they havo established now of the Methodist Church to D. W. ter Street. He expects to buy Prayer meeting Thursday ovenlns high-watBales for $1,050. marks in point of atproperty a littio later. at X;30. Subject: Micah 0:8. Berea Collcgo bought tho boarding tracting patrons to lyceum and CHILDRESS & SMITH" Corner Chestnut and Parkway On Tuesday night nt'tho regular 0:15; preaching at 11:00. chautauqua courses. They present, house near tho Log House, known meeting tho City Council accepted Next Sunday tho subject is "Judas through as the Davis House, last week for tho medium of songs, In- Headquarters, Brodhead, Ky. BEREA KENTUCKY tho reslgination of Marshal Wat-kin- s, Iscariot." $8,200. strumental numbers, folk dnnces, and elected It. G. Abney to Tho G. L. Wren properly on Chest etc., n picture of llfo In tho South succeed him. A committee was np nut Street was sold last week. Tans, all colon, $1.50 to $3.00 The Woman's Industrial will bo S"ea Islands. Natlvo Instrument pointed to draw up resolutions for gin Lots wcro bought by Mrs. Fish, Dr. Velours 5.00 to 10.00 its weekly meetings next Mon which have attained n groat popu Mr. Watkins for his service ren M. M. Robinson, J. W. Welch, Wm, day, November 17, at the Union larity In America in recent years 50 good Hats, special bargain Having bought out tke dered to tho city. Moore, nnd E. T. Fish. Tho wholo , are largely used, nnd tho program Church. coal business formerly at - - - 1.00 to 1.50 Thero will bo ono more meeting property totaled $6,550. covers a wide range, heing Interestowned by Mr. Bailua Velvets, Plush, Hatter's Plush of tho old board before tho newly-electe- d Tho former managing editor of ing, unusual nnd altogether attracWilson, I am prepared CHRISTIAN CHURCH odlcials tako their places i3 a happy man. Ho Tho Citizen ALL GOOD HATS tive. lo servo nil his custoA largo audience nttended ser M. T. Young, of Bakersvillo, N. C. nnd Mrs. Rix arc the proud parents Big line of Children's Hals, This number of llio Lyceum mers and all now onea, purchased the II. N. Mitchell farm vices Jasl Lord's Day, which were of .1 baby girl, born last Thursday Course is lo bo given in tho College prices - $1.6Q. to $3.00 concluded by the baptism of one al tho samo location oa nnd is locating on it. night. The mother and babe aro in Chnpel, Friday night, November 21, All Styles at this bargain price Depot Slrcot, Wo will Miss Lida Cook, of Livingston, is person. (ho College Hospital and aro both nt 7:30 p. m. Doors will bo open Bible School record as follows: visiting Mrs. John Mullins and other deliver promptly to all doing well. at 7:10. Admission 15 cents. Come Chapters read 177; Bibles present parts of the city. Give If you want a high class pat friends at this plnco. A second crop of red Juno apples, early if you want a good seat. ftcv. Gilbert It. Combs, former 37; attendance 87; offering us a call or phono No. 84. picked in November, is a very un- tern hat at a reasonable price we Regular program next Lord's Day Berea student and graduato of the common thing, but a trco on tho can SMALL FARM FOR SALE suit you in color, style, and Academy Class of 1000, who is re as usual. Bible School 0:15; promises of Mrs. J. H Jackson, which or forty acres, About thirty-liv- e S. boro a crop last June, again bore, price. Do you want a hat? Do mombered by overybody here, has preaching nnd communion al 11:00. all rich, level boltom land. Foiir-roo- m apples you need a hat? NOW is the been moved from his important Subject of morning sermon, "Godso that she picked nice, red Kentucky house, two barns; well fenced Berea from it on November 9. At tho time to buy while the hats are post at Paris to LaGrangc, and has liness with Contentment is Great and cross fenced. Well water and samo time thero were blnom3 on good style, new and you can get been appointed tho Presiding Elder Gain." never falling stream. One and one-ha- lf A hearty welcome isv extended to over tho fifty churches in tho tree. Thrco years ago tho tree your choice F. L. MOORE'S miles from Berea College. at reasonable prices. byvillo District. Ho is tho tho Shel- - all. brought to maturity a second crop. youngest Reason for selling other busine-ts- . W. J. Hudspeth, Minister Presiding Elder over appointed in If not sold within twenty days will tho Kentucky Conference. no taken off tho market, Prico right. W. C. Scott was arrested and FOR SALE .1. S. Wnddell, Berea, Kentucky. fined on October 20 for hnvlng in FOR nice brown brood maro. Works his possession for tho purposo of COME ONI.. COME ONI soiling two gallons of whisky. Tho anywhere. A child can drivo her. First Claaa Repairing Tho election is over. Now let's authorities had suspected him nnd Call Miss Jones at Robinson AND get down to business. Slnco our wero watching him. When arrestlast issuo wc havo listed n lot moro ed, ho had tho whisky in his buggy. Fine Line of Jewelry PAY YOUR TAXES plncc3 in nnd around Bcrcn. Bom? Ho was tried beforo tho Berea Court ono of his deputies real snaps. Ono. placo Qf 52 acres, Tho Sheriff or and fined 8100. Attorney W. B. ' BEREA, KY. MmrAmViAH OA house, nnd tobneco barn, for MAIN ST. III IJCICU Ull 1J Wilt Walden represented tho oily, nnd ...III UU In HaKaii in AlUVUiilUUi AWf Ia collect tnxc3. It will bo to his conC. C. Wallaeo represented Scott. Will Stephens and a cnrload cf venience nnd yours if you will meet young ladles from Scaffold Cano him nt Hint time nnd pay your were visiting nnd shopping In Berea taxes. His headquarters will bo at ARNETT'S HARDWARE STORE. Tuesday. T. J. Harrison nnd family, of Villa Wc have the most modern machinery, and arc prepared to do your shoe FOR SALE Grovo, Illinois, arrived Saturday for method. repairing promptly by the most a visit with friends and relatives Ono cockerel and soven n. I. Red pu!lo!i; flno laying stock. Phono 7, Bring Us Your Old Shoes and Have Them Made New at in Berea. J. W. Johnson, of Silver Creek, Also has red shoata. Dr. It. E. REASONABLE PRICES has purchased Ebb Wilson's prop- narttctt. erly on Center Street nnd will movo Located in the Corneliu Building on Short Street, Berea, Kentucky Found A black malo pig weighing to It 8001), Sergeant Ulalno Gabbard, who is about 50 pounds. Looks like a THE RAPID SHOE REPAIRING SHOP in tho Medical Corps nt Camp Tay Berkshire. Any ono claiming him Chestnut Street Berea, Kentucky F. E. Riddle, M.urr lor, Is spending several days In call on W. M. Bratoher, R. R. No. Berea with his parents. 2, Berea. Berea College Hospital Big Sale On HATS Invest This Easy Money $130,-000,0- 00. J LOCAL PA Cyn-thia- Best Blacksmithing Mrs. Eva Walden ro-gr- Fish's Great Berea National Bank ) ab-sen- co Anniversary ale MILLINERY ' PRESS Julfs f "'0. "l fm BuU-Hern- don Estate Firm 8-- cn 'Great Laura Jones' Store er New Coal Dealer $2-1- 0. J. Gott Jewelry Store Qualitjr Shoes and Clothes New Repair Shop Hats J. M. Coyle & Co. November 13, 1010 II IB CITIZEN A Pago Five BOONE TAVERN "The moil home-lik- e anJ attractive hotel In Kentucky." Berea College Management. First Class, Moderate Kates. For Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists On the 'Dixie Highway The Citizen A famlljr Newspaper for all that it right true, and Interealing fubllihrrt ri7 Thuradajr at lima, Kr. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Incof pof at rd ) WM. C. FROST, Editor-liwChl- .r J.O.LFJIMAN. Maiuunt Ed.lor Subscription Haiti 1'AYAIILK IN ADVANCK 11.60 M 60 On. Ynr Bli Mnntha . Thrr Months ... by Vvtl-"1f- tr Onlar. Draft. Rtiilitaird t&mp. ahowa to dal after your nam on that data our aubatriptlon la paid. If It la not changed wltliln thrrc wcka after rrnawal notify oa, Mlaalne; numbrra will b fladlr auppllrd If i ar notinnl. any who Utral terms tirrn toono wndln obtain new us four yearly forua. Any aulxKiititlou can reeelro The CltUen free for ana year Adrertlilncrate. wl application. Rnd money ent Th or Eiiraa Monjr 111 r. or un and two lbl AMERICAN LIBERTY For Parents and Teachers Should you analyzo tho American Ideal, you would consider liberty nn Important ingredient of it, would you not? Our country's heroes from Henry Patrick onward glorified It. It enlivens every patriotic song of ours, it speaks in mottoes of American slates and cities, it gives meanings to emblem, in coats of arms and decorations, our beautiful allegorical llguro is the God-do- ss of Liberty. There are souls, mostly young and often born abroad, interesting members of our classed, who repeat "America is no land of liberty." For a year or more, reports from llussla record that this is spoken of America over and over. I have heard it from street orators here, teachmany a time. Kvening-schoers hato asked how to moct iU Would it not bo well to ask what tho questioner's idea of liberty is? Why not show him that liberty In American history has, from tho had nn American meaning, possibly different from tho definition ho wants to givo? American Liberty has meant freedom to worship according to your own religion, freedom from tho rulo of hereditary monarchs who claimed divine right to power, freedom to voto as you chooso, to chango tho national government every four years, tho stato and municipal government moro frequently; freedom from and entail, from Imprisonment for many acts still punishable in other countries, freedom from trial without n right to be heard or without the decision of n jury. But American liberty has not al ways meant freedom of tho people to govern themselves by representatives of their own choosing It has always meant that there shall bo government. It has always meant order and respect for tho will of tho majority. If religious freedom was ucd as n cloak for polygamy, a practice revolting to tho proprieties respected by tho majority, religious freedom was restricted. Tell tho story of tho Mormons. If freedom of speech threatened the pcaco of tho Nation, frco-do- m of speech was curtailed. Tell tho story of tho pestiferous Citizen Gonct and tho Allen and Sedition keen-minded ol al-tai- Laws. If frcodom of action meant resistance to tho law, freedom was refused. Tell the story of Washing, n father of liberty, and what ho thought of tho Whisky Rebellion. If tho idea of liberty led stales to attempt to dissolve tho Nation, Other stales prevented It by force. Tell tho story of Androw Jackson and South Carolina, of Lincoln and tho great lesson of tho Civil War. Show that liberty' has always been, in America, indissolu-bl- y linked with tho Union. "Liberty and Union, now and forever, ono and Inscpnnblc," bus been an Ai.ierlcnn walr.hwj-.- l for moro tnnn I'idf a century. Absolute, unrr-- U allied liberty was in ver an American aim. On tho contrary, the dangers of unorgani:,fd liberty, liberty which meant disorder, nnnrchv, personal sclllsHncss, lack of consideration for tho common good, were apprehended immediately after tho war of liberation was ended and lod tho men who hod dono tlic most for liberty to set regular and constitutional bounds to it. Show how our original and fundamental instrument, tho law of our being, tho enactment that mado us a nation, put .union first: In order to form n moro perfect UNION, to establish Justice, to insure domestic tranquility, to provido for tho common defence, to promoto tho general wel-fa- ro anil to sccuro tho blessings of liberty to ourselves and to our posterity, we, tho pcoplo of tho United Stales, do ordain and establish tills constitution. Every ono of theso phrases is wortli a heart to heart talk on separate nights with every class in school until by persuasion, by reasonableness, by conviction, a teacher leaves no doubt that tho soap-brantings against present-da- y America aro answcrablo by the political history of American thought. or -F- rom NIGHT MESSAGE, Now York Evening Schools. MRS. LONG DIES SUDDENLY Mrs. W. H. Long of Boonp Street had a stroko of paralysis on Tuesday about 11:00 a. m. and lived only n few minutes after. Sho was tho mother of I. Hardin Long, who is teacher of Bookkeeping in Bcrc.i College, also of Samuel K. Long, who is In tho auditing department of II. II. Donnelly Printing Establishment of Chicago. Her death was a great shock lo her many friends. Tho funeral services aro lo bo conducted by W. J. Hudspeth, pastor of tho Christian Church, at 12:00, Thursday, Burial will lake placo nt Herea Cemetery. WORLD (Contlnntd trial; on account of depredations and violations of international law while on Belgium soil,. It is said that tho list includes tho names of twovo hundred men, including soma that arc high up in1 positions of authority. A parliamentary committee of tho German government has been making somo inquiries of its own in regard lo matters of responsibility for tho war and the methods of con duct, that open up matters of Ira portance. NEWS from Pat Onal For four day., beginning on the (veiling of November 20, Ihreo important social service conferences, alTocling the Interests of nil the pso-p- lo in Kentucky, will bo hold In Louisville. These are: The Kentucky Branch of Iho National Consumers' League, Mrs. Reuben Past Bollock. Chairman; Tho Americanization Section of Iho Woman's Council of National Defense, Mrs. Morris OilTord, Kentucky Chairman; The Kentucky Conference of Sociiil Work, John F. Smith, President. Tho grouping of theso conferences Is duo In Iho main to tho officers of tho Cooperative Council of Kentucky, who advocate tho plan of cooperation among Kentucky's various welfare agencies. Important programs have been prepared for these meetings. These are just being mailed out. They include the names of many people prominent in welfare work in Ken lucky and the Nation. Among these nro Newton D. Baker, Secretary of War and President of tho National Consumers' League, who will make tho opening nddress; Miss Julia C. Lalhrop, Chief of I lie Federal Children's Bureau; Allen T. Burns, of New York; Miss Mary McDowell, of Chicago; Major Robert II. Moton. Principal of Tuskcgco; Dr. W. D. Edwin Wenlhcrfonl; Governor-Ele- ct P. Morrow; Dr. A. T. McCormack; Dr, A. E. Thompson; Judge Edward W. Hlnes; Judge Elex B. Humphrey; Dr. E. I Powell; Bishop O'Donahuc; Rabbi Rauch; Dr. W. L. Onnllcld; Mr. R. C. Ballard Thurston; Mr. Phllo C. Dix. and many people oilier well-knoConstructive programs will bo discussed covering practically every phase of welfaro work. Education, Child Welfare, Race Relationships, Americanization" Method, Church and Reconstruction, Prevention of Blindness, Modern Health Crusade, Home and Fnrni Economics, Transportation, Constructive Legislation, Cost of Living, Rural Development, numerous oilier topics. One of the tilings expected to result from these meetings is a crys- talized legislative program to be presented to the next General As sembly at Frankfort. Tills program will include items relating to edu cation, marriage, care of delinquents, care of feeble minded, wages and working hours, general child wel fare, etc. Among the agencies participating in tho Conference aro Stato Univer sity, Berea Cgllcgc, Jewish Welfare Organizations, Catholic Welfare Society, National Consumers' League, American Red Cross, State Board of Health, Children's Bureau, Louis ville Welfare League, Stale Fedcra tion of Labor, Kentucky Federation Of Women's Clubs, Society for Prevention of Blindness, National Child Labor Committee, Kentucky Confer ence of Social Work, Kentucky Tu berculosis Association, Americaniz ntion Committee, Lincoln Institute, Kentucky Y. M. C. A., International Y. W. C. A., Tuskegcc Institute various Stato of offices, other organizations in the Stale and elsewhere. As many Berea people as possible should plan to attend theso meeting. WEEK Or IMPORTANT CONFERENCES John. F. Smith Correct Styles of Ladies' Garments w B. E. Belue & FIRST AID COLUMN John F. Smith 1. Treatment for Croup There are two kinds of croup comamong children, "False" or mon croup and "True' "Spasmodic" croup or diphtheria. Both aro alarming conditions and the latter is exceedingly dangerous. "Spasmodic"' croup Ordinary croup is usually of itself not very dangerous. Many stories ar" current of children who "almost choked lo death," but few cases are on record where death actually resulted. It usually frightens the parents as badly as it injuries the child or worse. But it is at least' an alarming condition and should receive prompt treatment. It oc- -, curs most frequently at night dur- -' ing tho cold months. I havo a list of a score of household remedies for croup, somo of wliiuli nre good, some worthless,' more somo actually dangerous dangerous than the disease. iletc is a treatment recommendcd by several high authorities : 1. Send for doctor. It may be ordinary croup, or it may be diphPUBLIC SCHOOL E. F. Dizney, Company NOTES Richmond, Kentucky Farm! Farm! Farm! Opportunity knocks on every man's door once. Farms are like people, no two alike. This one is in a class to itself located on Walnut Meadow Pike, 94 acres natural blue grass, well watered and Has a good 8 room house, two good barns, garage and all necessary outbuildings. Just the right size, in the right place and at the right price. For further information, write or call on well fenced. W. F. KIDD Real Estate Agent BEREA KENTUCKY Third Grade Ada Cornclison, Mario Cruse, Anna Smith, Clarcnco Jones, Leon Cloyd. Tho charter of tho Agriculturo Fourth Grade Club of the Graded School, signed by President, McVoy and other Stalo Geneva Moore, Maymo McKlnnoy, officials, now hangs in our auditor- Dorothy Kindred, Minnio Lodford. Fifth Grade ium. Tho Club gavo a unanimous vote of thanks lo tho Berea Bank Susio Grant, Lucy Johnson, Gladys Wagers, Nellio Hays, Ora Leo Cor& Trust Co. for mounting and framnclison, Ruth Hopkins, Wm. Haley, ing the charter for them. Miss Bowles and Miss Elliott have Willard Combs, Wilbur Wynn, Al-v- is Lamb. organized Red Cross chapters for j Sixth Grade their respective grades. Hayes. William Mrs. Will Clark was out on Mon- Graco Barllott, day and Tuesday of this week on ac- Seventh Grade count of the illness of her husband. Hillis Derthick, Louio Gabbard, The chapel period Tuesday morn- -' Leeta Derthick, Nancy Godboy. Inc. tirna lianl In nhaAmlnff tha nn I niversary Qf Ihe Armistico. NOTICE Parents, please watch closely the Anyone having a claim against the report cards of your children this John White (colored) Estate preweek. Remember an "F" is a danger sent the samo to mo properly vcri-lle- d signal. according tp law, on or bpforo Tho daily average attendance for December 7, 1919. Claims present(he third month was 275. ed after that date will bo void. Tho Parent-TeacheAssociation Also anyono knowing himself to bo met in the auditorium at 3 p. m. indebted to said estate please setTuesday. Miss Fairchild, on a very tle witli me. short notice, substituted for another lw-2- 3 John Herndon, Admin. grade with a spirited "Health Crusade song." Tho principal paper of Things all over tho country are theria. the evening was given by Mrs. M. M. not much different now. than they 2. Take prompt measures lo reRobinson on 'The Salary of tho Tea- were when Old Mothor Hubbard lieve the child. Give tcaspoonful of discussion folcher." A round-tabl- e syrup of ipecac to produce vomit- lowed tho paper. Another paper mado her discovery. ing. If tho first dose does not yield on "After-the-W- ar Problems" was Sometimes as wo go along tho results, give the second dose in 15 read. Tho chairman called for vol- - streets wo aro convinced that it minutes, and even a third after an- unlary holpers with tho school thoro is a shortago of anything in other 15 minutes. lunch. Tho call was generously re- this world it is not lalcum powder. 3. Wring flannels out of hot sponded to. water nnd put about child's throat. Tho following is tho Honor Roll Repeat every 3 or minutes. Keep for tho third month: Many a fellow thinks it Is opporthe body warm witli blankets and tunity knocking at his door, when, First Grade somo fellow with hot water bottle. A hot foot bath Cruse, Vernon Abnoy, Laura in fact, it is only i Noel tcaspoonful mustard flour In gallon a lot of cheap oil stock ho wants to Todd, Pauline Derthick. of warm water; is recommended. dispose of. Second Grade I. Another excellent remedy for Gladys Combs. Mary Rominger, Grace keeping child warm is this: Chasteen, Nannie Grant, Christine Tardleu in French Cabinet. Uso small table, or set three chairs, ARMISTICE DAY CELEBRATED Steely, Noble Lamb, Pearl Lyttle, Nov. "J- .- Anilre Tnrdleu, for-- , S'titi witli backs together, making a small AT BEREA rn Frank McKinncy, Everett Huff, to the i Kreneli hlali commissioner (Continued Tram Pig One) room. Spread blanket over tablo or Roberts, Kelly Wagers, Ira i Sillies, onlered tlio French cab-,- .. (across) I can't understand." chairs, letting tho edges fall to floor Jones, Ralph Hopkins, Waller En- MifOf ding M Lolirun, minister ot Mr. Oliver Carrithcrs represented so as to exclude cold air. Set tear.ioii.trii,ttnn who resigned. !gk tho Marines. At tho tlmo of tho kettle lllled witli boiling water in ArmLstico ho was being taken back the tiny room and keep child in of the lines to a hospital, after the there until the trouble is relieved. sovcro fighting in which tho Marines What NOT to Do had ojigaged. Hero ho saw first Don't blister baby's neck with real cots, first real sheets, and first turpentine or kerosene plaster'.' BEREA, KENTUCKY real American women ho had seen Don't give kcroseno or turpentine to in months. Then tho news of tho drink. Don't put cold clothes about signing of the Armistico camo. Mr. its neck. Some people do this. TWO MATINEES TWO NIGHTS Garrllhers gavo highest praiso to Tho all important tiling is to protho American girl who had played duce vomiting by giving syrup of tho part of tho nurso in tho war. ipecac or mustard flour in warm Miss Miller, tho head nurso nt tho water, and to keep tho child's neck College Hospital, who served as an nnd body warm. army nurse, was Inlroduced to the Thousands adopt of mothers nudionce. from a neighbor whoso baby "mighty At one ininulo beforo eleven the from a neighbor whoso bab "migaly soldiers stood at attention, then pa- nigh died onct" but was "kyoved by rade rest, and whilo tho clock onion plasters on tho foot" or somo struck cloven nil stood with bowed other worthless remedy. Tho fact heads. It was a most solemn and is, thoro aro numerous "cures," such snored moment. las onion plasters, "fltidy" plasters, A post of tho American Legion ground hog grease, gooso grease, etc, was then formed. Mr. Fleming etc, which do praolioally nothing Griffith read tho proamblo and stated for tho child, but which rcliovo tho tho purposo of tho order. Tho oalh parents' minds whilo baby sudors. was read and all tho soldier boys Tho treatment suggested abovo is subscribed lo It. Tho local post will highly recommended and may bo bo known as Clovoland Frost Post, followed with safoty in splto of tho No. CO. It is. named In honor of fact that tho long-facneighbor Cleveland Frost, who lost his life as woman with her bottlo of bitters ho was on tho high sea dnrouto to will rccommond somothing different. tho battlo Holds of Franco. Doctor Dodgo, Past Commander No Borca man is so absent-mindof Iho G. A. R. for Kentucky, wa? but thoro nro a lot of things ho called upon lo givo tho greolings of would liko to forget. , that organization to tho Ho most fitThe Prettiest Story Ever Told Now in Pictures What has becomo of the tingly fominded thoso present that In a Class by Itself storekeeper who used to tho preserving of tho Union In '01-'was a necessity lo Iho winning throw in a pair of suspenders when M&tiaees 25c; Night 25c and 50c, plus war tax Prices I of tho last war, as thoro would havo lie, gold von n suit. ;i beon no great nation on this sido tho SHOWING AT 2:30 AND 7:30 P. M. waters to havo gone to tho support orans" of tho lato war for tholr I of tho Allies, and praised Iho "vet- - achievements. Prln. j rs' j S I I Mil-bu- SEALE THEATRE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1919 "The Shepherd of the Hills" ed ed ' Pago Six THE 'CITIZEN Novombor IS, 1911 MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator shown that fully 50 percent of (ho sweet potatoes so buried aro lost, and that somo bolter mothod of AS AIM Twenty-fou- r States Officially En- slorago should bo provldod. Whoro (a considorablo quantity of sweol rolled, Others are Lining Up Tho United Slntos Department of potatoes is being grown on any ono Agricultiiro is going lo try lo in farm, il is dcsirablo that a small duco every farmer lo bro!d his, an- slorago houso bo constructed. Thrco slros bul or four neighbors can go together. imals only lo .pure-bre- d il is not going lo accept a pent 111 up a slorago house, and uso it grco as proof Ibal an animal l a Jointly. For tho small homo supply that worlhy siro. In other wvrd, wbilo tlio deparlment is going aflor llio Is grown in tho gardon, a warm, scalp of tho mongrel scrub, il is dry room over tho kitchen or in scrub just a somo part of tho houso whero heal after llio pure-bre- d . iittlo bit harder, if possible. In Us and ventilation can be provided will Slock" crusade, bo suitablo. Splendid results aro "'loiter Sirej-Bcllobtained by storing sweet pota it Is going lo insist on individual ity as well as brooding. This was toes in crates upon shelves near llio brought out at tho formal meeting coiling of tho kitchen. Iff order to hold October I in tho ofllco of the havo swoct polaloes keep properly, chief of the Bureau of Animal In Ihoy should first bo cured al n tomporaluro of 80 to 85 and then duslry to launch tho crusade. stored whero a Icmpcraluro of 55 to CO will bo maintained. GOOD SEED POTATOES FOR MORE Demands for food aro still great, POTATOES per acre and il is rogarded as osscnlial that Tho avorago production tho sweel pdtato crop bo cared for of potatoes in tho United Slalos is very much lower than in Canada, properly, in order, at least, partial ly, to make up for tho shortago of flrcat Britain and European coun the Irish potato crop. tries outside of Italy. Ono of tho reasons for tho lower AN EIGHT-HOU- R DAY production in the United States is Wt bclievo that every thinking thai less atlcntion has been given man in Bcrca will agreo with us Tflipi o tho character of llio seed. Good A is one of tho determining fac- - when wo say if thero is any ono man n the production of max! in Ibis country who really loves to a rops of potatoes. Tho use of work, it is tho farmer. Ho loves to , frrado sqcII would increase tho sco things growing and ho knows -wuirns irom tno potato icrop or that growth comes from his own the country by many millions of labor; that only as ho toils will tho ddllars. Tho production of high crop grow or tho caltlo tako on fat. Work is Just as much a matter of grade seed should bo regarded as a special business. Good strains of habit as anything else, and the far seed may bo obtained by tho tuber mer easily acquires tho habit. unit, hill, or mass selection, meth- Where ono has acquired Iho habit ods through tho process of culling of work, he gets moro enjoyment out tho diseased and weak hills out of that than anything olsc. Hav from diseased or ing acquired tho habit of work, and When lubcra weak plants arc planted a similar having a love for work, and know harvest will bo roaped. Only seed ing tho result of work upon the from productive plants should be farm, tho farmer is not going to tako used. Careful attention should bo kindly to an eight-ho- ur day, oilher given to securing seed that is free for himself nDr for Iho "hired hand." from variola! mixture and that is Tho farmer is going to havo to pay truo to typo. Good seed cannot be a greater wago to Iho "hired hand ' produced unloss tho growing plants than ho has ever paid, for farm la aro given good cultural attention. bor advances along with labor la As a rule tho quantity of seed used tho city. But eight hours a day for is not sufficient to produce a maxi- (lie farm hand is not likely to premum crop. vail. It may bo used as a basis for From 13 to 15 bushels of sood fixing tho rato of pay, and that should be used por acre instead would bo well enough. But on tho of 9 to 11, as at Iho present time. farm, whero tho work is seasonable, All seed stock should bo disinfect whero tho farmer works as a mated beforo planting. Good storage ter of habit, tho eight-ho- ur day is -- conditions aro cssontial to insuro not going to bo adopted as a standsound, firm seed at planting time. anyways soon. Those points arc discussed in de- ard Departtail in tho United Stat 03 ment of Agriculture's Farmer's ESSENTIAL FOR LIVE STOCK Bulletin 533, "Good Seed Potatoes, and How to Produco Them," which Fences Should Be Made Tight Havi Permanent Pastures and Keep was roccnlly revised and will be Only Purebred Sires. sent, froo on roquest. Write your county agent. "BETTER SIRES" CAMPAIGN WITH SCRUB'S DOOM ON I or . N SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door Training that adds to your general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commerce and TelegranJiy. FOR YOUNQ LADIES Home Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, money-earning HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science HOW FAR WILL A DOLLAR GO 1 PEOPLE Berea's Vocational Schools power, combined with Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Educatloa for those aot far advanced, combined with tome vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chase for most rapid improvement 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course For those who are sot expecting to leach and who are not going thru College and dealra more general education. It lo glvee the best general education for those who wish a good start in study and expeot to carry it on by themselvea. 4th Door Berea's Normal School i This gives cxcollonl training for thoso who expect lo teach. Tho courses aro so arranged that young pcoplo can leach through tho summer and fall and altond school through tho winter and spring, thus earning monoy lo keep right on in their courses of study. 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subject. The Academy is now Berea'a largest department 6th Door A Temporary Berea College 1 j . This is the crown of the wnolo Institution, ana provides standard course in all advanced subjects. Raise in Board is forced by twenty-fiv- e years the board has remained the unusual situation in which the whole country it impossible for us to live oa the same money war conditions. For same in Berea, but the finds itself now makes as we have in the past All students do some work with their hands from tlx to six- teen hours a week as Janitor or in the farm, carpenter shop, print- ing office, laundry, boarding hall, ofllco, etc., and receive pay which reduces their expense. young man or young woman can get an educatloa Any at Berea if there is the will to do so. able-bodied PAYMENT MOST BE IN ADVANCE, incidontal by the term, board by the half term. fee and room rent Installments are as follows: ACADEMY AND NORMAL Expenses for Boys VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOL COLLKGB Last week meals wore discussed. Wo will contlnuo this discussion enough to Introduco every houso keeper Into tho uses of Hearts, Tongues, and Liver. Tho prices of theso pieces aro nominal besides Iho prices of porter houso steaks, Thoy may ho used In a varjoly of pleasing ways. Stuffed Heart Wash tho heart clean from blood, split and sprinklo with salt and pep per. Fill with a dressing, such as Iho ono used In "Mock Duck." Sew heart together, put it in a hag, drop into n kettle of boiling sailed water and cook until almost tendor, and put Into n hot oven lo finish. Sprinklo goncrously with flour nnd place thrco or four slicoj of bacon across It. Bako until done. Heart Pie Cook n heart in boiling salted water until tender. Cut In cubes, and to each cup of cubes add one-ha- lf cup of heef gravy. Season with n Iittlo browned onion. Put this in a baking dish, cover with n crust mado of baking powdor or soda biscuit dough. Bako In tho oven until tho crust is well browned. Tonguo may bo, used in tho same wayr Ono might slice Iho longuo for one meal and uso the end and rs in Iho longuo pio for a small family. Fried Liver Smothored in Onions Cut the liver into slicos one-ha- lf inch thick. Cover with boiling water, drain, ri ll each pleco In a mixluro of half meal and flour, salt and pepper, Fry in bacon fal, with onion enough to cover tho (Ivor. Fry until liver nnd onion aro done. Liver Balls Ono cup co'd liver, chopped fine, ono tablcspoonful cold bacon, chopped fine, ono teaspoon salt, mincod celery and onion, mix well together. ) Shapo into balls and fry in bacon! fal. Mock Veal Birds Chooso n thin slico of round slcak. Cut sleak into equal pieces, oblong in size, culling from four pieces! from a ono pound slice. Mako a dressing as for any meat dressing.' vo left-ove- I'laco as much dressing on the pleco of steak as may bo coverod by the slcak, roll and llo or paste with a loolh pick. Sprinklo meal with salt and popper. Soar nil over, place In roasting pan. Baroly cover with walor and simmer until done. Mako a gravy of Iho liquid, lo serve with Iho moat Willi proscnl-da- y prices the "Forecast Magazlno" publishes tho following monucs for Novombor. They aro worlh Irylng. Thoy are planned for flvo: Baked Merit Cakes or Bakod Hash Browned Polaloes Scalloped Tomntoes Cabbagn Salad Tapioca Pudding Custard Bauco Costs about 81.15 II V I Scalloped Fish Mushed Polaloes Siring Bean Peach Cohhlo Costs about 81-III Cream of Tomato Sou Ilico and Choeso Scallops Fried Squash Brown Betty with Vanilla Bauco Costa about 8150 It may seem lo somo housewives who aro nnlnd as being "bountiful providors" that Iho amount of food Served In theso dinners Is very small. This is not," however, Iho case. Tho portions havo been figured out very carefully, ns il is not Inlendcd that there shall bo much left overs. Ono of tho lessons, taught by Iho war-tim- o conservation, was to "servo Just enough" enough bo-i- ng tho nmounl Hint satisfied Iho appetite without surfeit ami provided sufficient nutriment Tho another who educates her family to tho Idea of Iho cleared plalo dons thorn a serviro no less than herself. 15 Announcements for the Cos inn It 7 Kltchon Saturday, Novombor 15 Stuffed cookies, not moro than 2 cent each. Mock Veal Bird, nol more than 12 rents each serving. Hcripo for meat found al top of I his column. ' MORE NEED THAN USUAL TO SAVE SWEET POTATOES Tho Irish potato crop of tho will be Northj from all report extremely abort this season, and Uie usual quantity of potatoes will not be .placed in storage. Tho sweot potato is l.e main depend-o- c cf many southern pcoplo and vpocial attention should bo givn Jl'is year to tai.'pg tho be3t care of tho crop of sweets now maturing Ihrjughout the South, acceding to tho United Statos Doparlmont of Agricultiiro specialists. Tho usual mothod of storing sweet potatoes is to bury them in pits in the open ground, but investigation has (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) Where live Mock Is u factor on the form, miike every Held and sheep-tig; have thoroughly good per manent pastures; grow leguminous crops; build sllo, and keep only purebred mules. These five things are ab solutely essential In the economical production of live stock. Of course this program calls for some labor and expense, but the permanent condition of prosperity In the sections devoted to production Is proof of th ood profit derived therefrom. hog-tiglive-stoc- k STRAW IS QUITE VALUABLE Can Be Used as Roughage In Winter Ing Stock Use It Liberally for Bedding. (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) Straw is too valuable to be allowed to remain unused. Fresh oat straw, as well as wheat straw, can be used at a roughage In wintering stock. It It also advisable to use It liberally- - at bedding for furm animals as It adds to their comfort and ulisorbs the liquid part of the manure which Is the most CINCINNATI MARKETS. Hay and Grain. Corn No. 2 white $1.59 1.01, No. 2 yellow $1.58 1.59, No ;J yellow fl.50 1.68, No. 1! mixed $1.53 1.55, No. 3 mixed $1.51'1M. white ear $1.43$ 1.48, yellow car l.4XMS.. Bound Hay Timothy per ton $24 20.25, cloved mixed $,J.'3.f'02t). clover f2Sg32.BO. No. 2 white 75&fJ70e, No. 3 Oat white 76075HC, No. 2 mixed 71 71 c, No. 3 mixed 73r74c. Butter, Egg and Poultry. Butter Whole milk creamery extras OS Vic, centralized Vreumery extras 07c firsts G3Vc, seconds l.'lc, fancy dairy, 00c. valuable portion. GOOD ASHES AS FERTILIZER On Account of Scarcity of Coal Con siderable Amount of Wood Mutt Be Used. This Winter., Kggs 17c, dtickn, wlilte, I young turkeys, 8 II) Live Stock. dinary firsts 50c. Live Poultry FowU (ivur 28c, under .'IVi lbs Kxtru firstn 03c, firsts 02c, 4V4 or- lbs anr. 2Uc, roouters ll mid over, 30c. and over, 33c. 14, (Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) On account of tho scarcity of coal there will probably bo a large amount of wood used as fuel this winter. Use all the waste timber, dead and dying trees for tills purpose and be suro to conserve tho ashes for garden fertilizer. They are rich in plant food, par- Cattlt Shippers 10.50 steers, extra $11.25rl2, good (0 choice $10.2.1 11, common to fair $U10; heifers, extra $11012, good to choice $9.50010.73, common to fair $009; cows extra $9.50 10.50 rood to choice $7 50f 9.50. common to fair 15.5007, ennners $l.503'5.25, stockers butcher ticularly potash. MAKE Average MOST OF IMPLEMENTS Farm Tool It Only About Half Worn Out by Use Alon-eKeep Machinery Busy. and feeders $0011. 011. Calves Kxtru $17.75018, fair to good $12017.50, common and large $0 Hogs Selected heavy shippers $15, good to choice packers and butchers (15, medium $15, stugs $9011, common and choice heavy fat bows $100' 13, llchl shippers $1414.50, pigs (110 lbs and let.) $10013.50. (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) The average farm Implement Is only about half worn out by use alone. The rest of tho wear Is due to rust and decay, lluko the greatest possible proflt out of machinery by using It continuously for profitable work until It la worn out died of this dread disease Rals, as well as cats nnd (logo, havo tubercuBoard, 7 weeks losis. And wo pay $3,000 a year for 28.25 2955 due September 17, 1910 This is "Hat Week." The Mayor tho privilcgo of having this animal 1350 Board, 6 weeks, duo October 2i 1350 1350 of Berea, a wiso man In many Ihings live with us. find very wise in some, has reHe Is wormy. Quito oflea he Is .' Total for Term $11.75 812.75 '810.75 quested all tho peoplo of tho town infected with intestinal parasites (0 clean up and kill rals kill for thai frequently gel into the intesExpenses for Girls an entire week, kill longer If any tines of our children. Wo have not $5.00 Incidental Fee 6.00 . t 7.00 rals remain. It is a wiso proclama, G50 lloom 650 tion and worthy of acceptation. yel learned fully that thore abldo 650 with us thrco animals that infect I S.00 11.00 14.00 Board, 7 weeks During this week nobody, male our children with worms logn, rals, September 17, rOl'J 2550 Amount duo 2750 female, will bo considered undlgnl- -' 2650 cats and perhaps Iho worst of these 12.00 12.00 . Board, 6 weeks, duo October 20 12.00 fled If ho pauses in a walk, a song, ' are cats. But the ral ha kli inn dinner, a bit of labor, or a sermon' ning. -839 50 Total for Term $3850 ,...,"$3750 lo pursuo a ral, provided ho purHe is filthy. Every farmer recsues it with intent to kill. This ognizes tho rat odor. He's long been This does not include tho fourdollars deposit, nor money for books week no manner of womankind is arquainted with il about tho barn or laundry. Corner rooms 81.00 moro. expected to flee from ral or mouse. nnd in the corn crib. Nor t it reAll must nrm themselves with courstricted to theso places. The rat Is Special Expenses In Addltloa to Incidental Fee Instates age, faith and carving knives, and everywhere on the hams, tho Winter Fall Sfri go iu for blood. Stenography and Typewriting $13.00 812.00 811.00 tho applo box, on whatever Is What's It All For Bookkeeping (regular course) 13.00 12.00 11.00 con, tho bean bag; in tho meal, the A committco not long ago comBookkeeping (brief course) 6.04 left open for his foul feet that a 650 550 puted tho of rats in Grcal few moments beforo palter' along Business course for students per head an- the sewer or about tho hcnreoal nnd Britain to cost in other departments: costs nually. in Denmark 0.00 Stenography 85 and 81.00 II Franco. Experience and Oyer Iho garbage. in His bite ii ofton serioaa. Host Typewriting, with one hour's will doubtless convince pcoplo know of somo ealld or 6.00 use of instrument 650 550 Observation any unbiased citizen that tho ap- grown-u- p who was once bitUm by a Com. Law, Com. Geog, Com. petite of tho American rat is at - 1.80 v 1.95 1.65 Arilh, or Penmanship, each.. fat and who suffered severely nfler-warleast equal to rats of any other na I havo known of a considtionality. It is estimated, on goodi erable number who thus suffered. In no case wMl special Business Fco3 exceed 81.00 per week. authority, tha't It costs one-ha- lf Blood poison may result, for his If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be cent a day lo hoard a ral In this) leeth might havo been befouled by country. On the basis of ono ral for j nibbling somo putrid carcase or dein school the full year, by all means Ihoy should enter for a course dureach person a radically conserva-- j composing meats or vegetables, A ing the winter and spring terms. The public schools will close about Christmas and the teachers tivo estimate wo discover that wo, deaij ral can't bile. He is destructive of peraeaal and and advanced pupils should not bo idle through the long winter pay something like 8180,000,000 a months but should be studying in Berea where the best education can year for tho privilcgo of having this ' farm property. Many people of Botrnublesomo rodent for a nolghbor. rea ran recall a set of harness be gotten for least money. Beckoned on this basis, Borea pays! ruined by rals; n pair of lines cut out over 83,000 a year to keep our Applicants must bring or sead a testimonial showing that they art favorito rats fnt and frolicsome half In two; barrels made tisoless. above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi That 83,000 a year would put corn and wheat bins ruined, half a signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabli sewers along Depot Street nnd hundred other things spoiled by this marauder that eat teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. other streets whero they aro so bad- everything from lo dyFor information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, ly needed. It would lay a lot of namite. cement walks; it would put paint on Theso nro only somo af tho MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. numerous houses (hat now mako the charges that may bo brought forlown look seedy in spots; il would ward against him. Any one of these put all llio play equipment wo need counts wnrrnnls prompt action with on n public playground nnd pay tho, poker, hot walcr. or battling stick; ; play director; Irap, salary of an nll-titerrier, or arsenic. v.-;It would build a good rest room for j And now a now announcetired mothers who come lo lown lo ment thru minesAmerican Medical tho spend money; it would put a good Journal Hint incriminates this bedworking lihrnry In Iho graded fellow of ours and his coueins still school, or would pay Iho salaries of j further. A new nnd terrible disnil the teachers needed for a city ease, with an unpronouncoahlo high school and all know that Be- nnme, Is threatening from tho direa docs novl a high school. Our. rection of China. Japan, and tho rals eat us out of ono ovory year! Philippines. II seems lo be transoat us out of a lot of things, too. mitted by a small parasilo that livoi If nothing else wero involved hut. on the body of a field mouse. money il would pny to kill tho rals. Tho only safo thing Is lo extermiBut thorn aro other reasons that nate the rot a difficult thing to do Justify Mayor Gay In this seemingly lieeauso of his warines- s- and aow Is novel proclamation. The rat is a a good limn lo begin. dangerous peddler of diseases. Al nr m wammaaaaaaaaaamm( least two of theso aro among manIWIlily the most Important lied Cross work In Siberia, and ono which kind's most deadly foes buhonlo Wo'll still contend that there are We don't most ilemumls the contliitmtico of operations there, In the campultn ugnlnst plague and tuberculosis. typhus. Over a stretch of 4,000 miles the American Bed Cross has fought havo tho plaguo In Bcrca, bul wo do loo many senators nnd congressmoa Inthe kcourge. Here Is keen "Tho Oreat Whlto Train," an havo tuberculosis, for ovory limo tho In tho United Stales working harder stitution which, with Its crew of doctors und nurses and corsoes of drugs, hearso drives out lo tho cemetery, to savo tho parly than they ar to food und cleansing apparutus, has mved the lives of thousumls. six times It carries ono body that save tho country. Incidental Fee $ 5.00 8 0.00 8 7.00 nooirf .- - C50 650 050 RATS I RATSII RATS!!! 15.75 27.25 15.75 15.78 John F. Smith ba-flo- ur, up-kc- ep 81-8- 81-2- . di. ever-prese- nt pot-liqu- or CAmmL- - ar -- antl-typhu- a Novher IMPROVED in, 1010 INTrRNATIO.IAt THE CITIZEN irovlde. for Ihe establishment of a n Pngo Seven UNIFORM aiwsaiooL (Ily ItKV I II ITAV Al hU, D, D., To.nl.er uf I kI:I IJIM In Hi H.ooJy lwbl liutlltile vf t'liliitKO I N Lesson W.lf Anranam s Test Ily RRV. D. D. RUTCLIFFR CtUniion Drptrtmrnt, A f 1 BUDGET SYSTEM IS APPROVED HOUSE of education with n sccre tary lu l'ie and nutliorl7.es tin iipprrprlrllon of $111,1 1.000 by tin federal ro eminent to tin late In promotion of cdnciilloii. a hill Intl .hired lu the senate by Hum tiartnienr S. PRESIDENT NAMES Newvtl(ci.). 1 r provides1 fin nero-nnilttc- ir.j yil. n 1.ir.pi.- -r Pnlonl Initltute, Moody Bible Chicago LESSJNvFOR NOVEMBER 23 NAR. Jesus corrects John's n OWN ESS. t.KBHON THXT-fTti- ke Uen. 2:1. TKXT It enme to puss after these thine that Ood did tcinpt Abraham. The record of Isilnc fonnd In tho 1I:MJ Chil Alirnlmin twenty-second offerlni; chnp- - aOUlKN THXT Urate be with all (lirm liml love our IjirJ Jrsua Clirlat Ih ADDITIONAL MATRRI Murk MIJ.U . lit AL-M- al. Clilluren INTCUMI'.DlATU dren JUNIOit 1'ltIMAUY TOPIO-Jr- su TOPIC-Jm- and ih Hi in Mirrow JuiUinnl hKNIOll AND AIH'LT nJ ralm Ulwriillty . I. KrlnJ of T0riCVIIii.tr and TOI'IC-T- ru Jeiu Teaches True 4(1). (vv. 1. Greatnet ' The occasion (v. A cnuten thin iimniig Ihe disciples ns to who should he the greatest. Jesus hint Jut "tinnlinccil his coming death on the cross, niln lulling them In let his saying sink down Into their ears (v. 41). They wi re disputing among themselves AN tn who kiuIiI lie the biggest mull tu the kingdom. The Imagination run-nodepict- u condition where rebuke mid leaching were more needed. i lie method (v. 47). Mv "took n child ml t ti tu ly him." TtftYhlup by object Is one of the best of method In this Jesus allowed hllilM'lf to be the toaster teneher. Christ wns guulllled to inert the supreme neetl of hII teiieti Ing. miniely to know the ptipll and to translate knowledge Into terms rdant ed to the comprehension of the pupil. He xrcelvitl even the thoughts of the dNrlplrw ti lid When they were conscious of Id knowledge (Murk of thcia they were ushumt-t 11 fti-I met-their irl-etent-bin- ter of (leneslH In nn Illustration of J ii iocs 1 :1'J, where It In said "lllcsMed la thu man thnt endiirvth tempta wo must tlon." he careful to n when in u m her thinking of Uod'H denllni; with Ahrii ham thnt Qod can tempt no man to evil. It was a trial of Abraham's no faith, but temptation to evil Three outstanding feu lures of this test of faith are many of Ood'x dealings with When all the estimates of the bureau chief In n given department are sent to the head of that department, he In turn submits his estimates to the sec retary of the treasury. The various bureau chiefs act Independently. of executive departments doing similar work tiro thus stimulated to n rivalry nnd so far ns the estlmntes go very little effort has been made to co ordinate the activities of the several departments and bureaus, and In prac tice this method has resulted In ex travagance, Inelucleiicy and duplication" of service. Creates Bureau of the Budget. friend or relative, or In the tuklng The bill the house has passed cre nwny or soino strong pillar of the ates In the ofllce of tha president a Vluircli, we say one to another : "This bureau of the budget, with n director Is a grent loss this Is Irreparable." at 510,000 per year and an assistant s We act nnd talk ns though In reality director nt $7,500 per year. These nre to be appointed by the presiGod was making n mistake because, his dealing nnd providences seem unrea dent. No person uppolnted hy the disonable. Hut the event always proves rector Is to bejiald a salary In excess thu reiiKohubleness of his notions nnd of $3,000 n year, and not more than' we find he has ways ubovc our reason. three persons appointed by him nre to The net Ion of Abraham under test be paid n salary at thut rate. All emholds an cxninplu for us. His obedi ployees In tho bureau whoso comence wns prompt; no dragging of feet pensation Is less than $.1,000 n year ns he went to do tho Lord's bidding, are to ho appointed tram n list of eligrutting off doing usually results In not ible furnished by the civil service doing ut nil. It was unquestioning. commission. Tho hill further provides thnt the When questioning comes In, human reason usually triumphs over divine president shall transmit the budget to revelation. It was unstinted, rartlal congress on the tlrst day of each reguobedience Khes God little chanco of lar session nftcr tho 31st of December, 1011); thnt tho budget shall conbestowing blessings, Tho secret of Abraham's obedience tain balanced statements of the revIs tu be found, I think, In verso 12, enues nnd expenditures of the governwhere the Lord says: "Now I know ment for the preceding llscnl yenr nnd that thou fearest God." Abraham's of tho resources nnd liabilities of the tofaith had received thu promises und treasury nt tho close of tho year, rev; now Ids fear obeys tho precepts. Not gether with his, estimates of the thu servile feur of tho criminal ufruld enucs und expenditures of tho govern-- 1 of the vengeanco of tlm broken law, tueut for thu current yeur and of tho A Fiction. resources and liabilities of tho treasThut Ood belui; cood Is tho nutlior but the godly reverence yielded to Je- ury nt tho close of tho year, nnd ulso hovah leading to putting him In the anyoue, that Is to be Ht Tenof evil to 'his estlmntes of tho revenues nnd exuously denied, und not aPowml to he supremo place of authority lu tho life. penditure needs of tho government for Abraham's feur which Issued In obedi- tho ensuing llscnl yenr, sunn or Mild In nny and how In by old or yottni:. Such a ence Is tho proof of Abruhnm'H fnlth. his opinion these needs should bo met. As Jumes puis It, "Faith without Action Ih suicidal, ruinous, Impious. For Two New Cabinet Members, works Is deud." Socrates, lu I'lato's "Republic." Two additional members of tho president's cabinet uro proposed In The Law of Ood. Pleated In Doing Good. bills pending lu congress. A mensuro Wealth In a weak anchor, nnd k'lory Great minds, like henven, arc pleased Introduced In duplicate, In tho senate I tho law In doing good, though tho ungrateful by Hoke Smith cannot Mippnrt a muu; this (Dem.), Georgia, of (?od, that slrtue only Is firm, und subjects of their fuvors are burreu In and In the houso of representatives cannot be khnken by u tempest. I'jr return. Howe. by Horace 41. Towner (Hop.), Iowu, thagoras. s he-m- et d 3. The (v. 4.?). (1) "Who soever received) this cldtd In my inline Is So completely me." recelvetk Christ Identified with thoe who are childlike In spirit thnt he regard (rent luent of them as trriitment of himself. (2) "WhiMMiever recelvetli me revel ttliu Ihut xent me." Christ and the father nre oue, therefore whiitoever M til tide one ha towurd Christ lis hns Itejeetlon of ChrUt Is townrd Ood. rejretloa vf Cod. (R) "lie Jliut Is UnM among you all, the nmv he grant." The one who In serrlro take the lowest place In truly the grent oue. Till I thw supreme law of Christina dlsclpleshlp. In Jctis we ee the on who wu Incomparably crenl Identifying himself with humunl ty. It. Rellglou Intolerance Rebuked (tt. 40, ti9). y. 50). Thu dis1. The cum cited ciples saw one custlng out devlla In Christ's nnine, but becnuc he rufued to follow them they forbad him. Thin spirit In lluhle to scire tlio who are really tenloue for Christ. It often expresses ltslf against tliovv who do not belong to one's particular church In determining whom or sect should admit to fellowship two ques-tlononly need he asked (1) Am devil reilly helns ciikt out? (2) Are they belne ennt out In the name of Christ? The plain Implication of ChrUt'v words Ui Mntthew 7:?2, S3 I Unit one tuny rYn cast out devil nnd be a stratiRur to the lnrd, There I a supernatural work whlcti U not divine, ro unless (he inlchty work are done "In the nnine" f CtirlKt a ChrUtliiu should uot fellowship the miracle worker. 2. Tlie prlncliilodeclured (v.frt). "lie that Is not ai;nlnt us Is for us." This truth I positively ituted In I.uUell :2.'l. "He that U not with mo Is nrnliist me." When It come to man' uttltude toward ChrlHt there I no neutrality. III. Resentment Rebuked (vv. 1. Knrewt-l- l to (liilllee (r. SI). A the time Imd come for 1dm to be received up he set hi face to ro To Jerusalem. The time of hi (incrlllcu wns come and Jerusntein wnn ths pluce where It was to he accomplished. 2. Tho .Sumnrltiins refused to (vv. 52. 53). This rcfunl wag due to the Impression (hot he wns en. lue to Jerusalem. Their national pre- Judlcea were so stronc that they regarded his action as a national Insult, therefore refused hospitality to him. 8. James and John vehemently resent thlx action of the Sumnrltiins v. 51). They reenrded It n an Insult t ilitlr Uird. Their love wns so vital that an affront to llio object of their affection wn most bitterly resented. 4. The rebuke (vv, 53, 50). (1) "Ve know not what nlnnner of spirit yc are of." Hu did not minimize the Insult or question their motive. Ho who knew their hearts wns aware that they were moved by love for him. He tnhi them, however, Ituit such Insults wore not to by violence. Ite are ntwaya wrnni;. llulous persecution The spread of truth Is not to bo hy uionns of material win pons, (2) "For the Son of Sinn Is not come to destroy men's lives, but to save litem." w-s found in ins people today. Mrt, It wns wholly unexpected. It came "nftcr these thing." "These tb'ngs" are the event of Abraham' life up to till point. They Include hi cull nnd his separation froln his coun try and Id father' house; hi experl eiice with und Sodom und the defeat of the kings; the promise that hi family should Increase und thu experl ejire with Hugiir and Inhume!; the change of Id name nnd the coming of the promised son Inane. It looked to human sight as though hi active life was over and he hud but to rest quiet ly through the few yeur left ou earth. It looked as though hi life wns com plete. He limy have been thinking as Job was when, he aUl In Job IK): 18, "1 shnll die lr my nest." Hut we are re-minueti mat perfection is never reached In this life, nnd therefore the training I never finished. No matter how far advanced In Christian experl ence, new lessons are to be learned ami unexpected trials of our fulth are to be looked for us long us we ublde Ii Iit the IHvh. Secondly, It wns unexplained. God dldiot tell Abraham why lie was putting this test upon liltii. Any explanation would have robbed the test of It value. If Alifnlium knew Just why Ood uskvd him to offer up Isaac he would have seen what saw and there V could be no proper test of faith. are continually asking "Why?" at every turn In Uod's dealings and nru frequently lu danger of disobeying Ood because he does not condescend to e give us nn answer "Why." Wo know thut all things work together for good to those thnt lovo God, and this knowledge of the ultimate Issue In good should make us more and more hesitant In qtH'Mtlonlng the motives of iod' dealings with us. If we knew why things nre us they are, or If things always went In a wuy we could explain, the trial of our faith, "which I precious." would lose nil value. In the third pluce, it was unreason able, or so It wouhl seem from the hu man viewpoint. Abraham was asked to offer up Ills win, Isaac. Now think who Imiiic was and whut he represent ed. God had declared thut his prom ises would center In Isaac. If anything should happen to this boy what would become of the promises? How could God's word be fullllled? If God was not true to his Word the. whole foundation of faith would be destroyed and Abraham would be found to have fol lowed a false voice. It must certnlnly have seemed to be unrensonublo to Ahrahnm, and very often God's deal ings seem unreasonable to us. Wo nre so often tifrnld, though perhaps we do not give the thought words, thnt God Is making n mistake. In some loss of ''d to-tu- ihe rri'iilloti of ii department of with n errptiiry In Ihe rati EITHER .THAT BILL OR ONE OP Inet. This bill bus not thus far he " ITS OWN WILL BE PASSED Introduced In duplicate In ihe hoiist BY THE SENATE SOON. nor does It nk for nn appropriation beyond the maintaining of a new de. Ihe-- e two proposed dei WHY THE CHAhJGE IS NEEDED partment. If tainments should be created I he enhl net would be Increased lo twelve. Congress will not make up rts nilnd Provisions of the Exliting Law for .nboiil these bill until the regular scs Estimating and Controlling Appro slnirwl will begirt" the llrsl Men prlatlon Rciult In Extravagance day In leccinli. r It N too busy now Inefficiency and Dupl cation. dealing with lint lulpbt be calico emergency legislation to give By JAMES P. HORNADAY. In to llie-- e pr"Hnls. Washington, The bouse of repre- consideration of these prop,.-asentative lias gone on record lu fmo-oFederal Control Has Been Feared. n national budget system. It N ma i in- Urst time thai a bill ' As soon as Ihe senate run reach the subject II create a ilepnrlineiil of eiliicMtlnn hn will either approve the house bill, nr been Introducisl In congress, for ihe puss one more lo It liking anil lei n Inst ten or lli'teen year there bits been conference committee perfect the leg- more or less agitation lime to islation. In order thoroughly to un- lime In fiuor of a secretary of cilncu derstand the(obJects of the priuiose-- lion numbed to the president' cat' legislation It I necessary to cnn.der net. Congress In Ihe past lias been Ihe provisions of existing Inw govern- disinclined lo cieate Hits new depart ing the formation and transmittal of menl licmue of the represellliitlo" estimates for appropriations us well a" made to It from some quarter thu' Ihe siiiK'i vlsloii und control of expend1 the creation of such n department lures after Ihe appropriations have Hon' ' be ti.e llrsi step toward federal been made. Under 'he law II Is made control of cdiinilloii In Ihe United Ihe duty "of th heads of the evw-a- l Stales. Mm h of ihe argument that Is departments, and of now put out in support of this new deexecutive nch other olllccrs authorized or partment is designed to show that the to make estimates, to furnish creation of such n cabinet olllce would to the necretnry of the treasury, on or not tii'.e Hie control of education nwn before the 1,1th ihiy of October of each from ihe tate. year; their niinual estlmntes for Ihe A before In the second proposal public service, lo be Included lu Ihe congress. Hint fftr the crentlon of n book of estimate prepared by law un- department of aeronautics, or a deder his direction." partment devoted lo the illr service The act of March 4, Hum. provides It hns to begin with the hncklng of the that Immediately on the receipt of the senate committee on military affairs regular annual estimates of appro- which Is ihe one agency In congress priations needed for Ihe various (hut h.i devoted special attention to brunches of the government It shall .the ulr service during the last two be the duty of the secretary of the year. The war department has not treasury to estimate as nearly us may approved the bill Introduced by Sena Secretary of Wnr Huker he the revenues of the government for tor New. the ensuing llscul year, und If the esti- and the general staff believe that the mate for appropriations. Including the war department will fare better If lt estimated amount necessnry to meet air service shall be maintained as a branch of the existing wnr organizaall continuing nnd pennntjent appropriations shall exceed tiny estimated tion. t The chief iirgumcnt put forth In revenues, the secretary of the treasury of r. department of aeronautic1 shall transmit the estimate to congress mid at once transmit a detailed state- with a cabinet otllccr In charge b. that ment of all estimates to the president. under the present niraiigement the airplane Industry Is put to n disadvantage Defect In Present System. I no single governThe basic defects In this system are because there mental Iwud with which It can deal those: Expenditures are not cousld Needn't Fear Allen Reds. ered In connection with revenues; conI flghten'.ng Its The government gress does not require of the presl grip on the alien reds. The Intelfinandent any carefully thought-ou- t army nnd cial program representing what pro- ligence force In both the vision In bis opinion should be made the department" of Justice believe 50.000 danger for meeting the financial needs of the there hre not to exceed ous aliens now In this country. Th government ; the estimates of expenditure needs now submitted to congress Intelligence officers know where nearly nil these 50,000 live nnd cany on represent only the desires of the departments, establishments, their red propaganda and could round and bureaus; and these requests have them all up In short order If directed wnr been subjected to no superior revision to do so. The extension of the government with rewith a view to bringing them Into har- powers of the mony with ouu nnother. to eliminating spect to dangerous aliens for nnother auduplication of organization or activ- yenr will, It Is believed, enable the ities, or making them, as n whole, con- thorities to cope quickly and effectual groups of men made up of form to the needs of the nation us rep- ly with the hy the condition of the treas- holshevlsts, I. W. W.'s or resented reds or anarchists. The men who are ury and prospective revenues. Under the law It Is the practice for best Informed on the subject of the radical aliens tho head of each executive depart- number and activity of U not the slightest ment to designate the chief of each sny that there for the people of the United States bureau under his control to estimate expenditure needs of his litire.iu. to be greatly concerned over some of li-vs f l siii-porrea-sou MIS6IIG Thursday, DAT Nov. 27, Is Selected Call for Thanks. In "In witness whereof. I hnve hereunto set my hand nnd caused tho seal of the United Stntos to be nlllxed. "Done In Ihe District of Columbia thl fifth day of November, In the year of our Lord, one tlinuMind nine hundred and nineteen ami of the Independence of the I'nltcil Stales the one hundred nnd forty fourth. "WOODIIOW WILSON. Hy the President : "ItOHKUT LANSING. "Secretifry'of Slnle." POWDER BLAST FATAL TO WORLD PEACE IS PREDICTED Declares He Looks Forward to Dawn of Era Where Sacrifices of Will Find Recompenie In World Peace, Na-tlo- n 3 Lightning Strikes Mill at Edgemont (III.), Its Destruction ResultingTwo Men Missing. St. Lout. Mo.. Nov 7. Lightning struck the powder mill of the Alia Powder company, near Kdgcmont, III , cnuslng the demollhltig of onp.of iho mill nnd the probable loss of thieo the the recent monlfestntlons. "These 50.000 men can mnke a lot of noise nnd they ran, unless held In check, make a lot of trouble by getting Into the labor organizations and then 'boring from the Inside,' ns they cnll It," said one of the government "This Is the chnnnel through which they nre working nt this time. We hnve plenty of evidence to the effect thnt during the war or about the time boNhovIsm came to the front In Itussln, the radicals In this country set out to get Into ns many of the labor or Inves-tlgntor- gaulzntlons ns possible, believing thnt they could do more to further their cntiso through labor organizations than In nny other wny. Wntdilngton, Nov. 0. President Wilson set aside Thursday, November 27. as Thanksgiving day In n proclamation which snld the country looked forward 'with lonfldence to the dawn of an era where the sacrifices of the nations will find recompense in a world al pence." The proclamation follows: "Hy the president of the United State of( America. A PROCLAMATION "The season of the year has again arrived when Ihe people of the United Stales are accustomed to unite In glv log thanks to Almighty God for the blessings which he conferred upon our country during the twehe month that have passed. A year ago our people poured out ihelr hearts' In praise and thanksgiving Unit through divine aid the right was victorious und pence had come to the nnilons which had so courageously struggled In defense of human liberty and Justice. "Now that the Mem task Is ended and the fruits of achievement are ours, we look forward with confidence to the daw ii of an era where the sacrifices of the nations will Mud recompense In a world of pence. Principle of Right Triumphed. "Hut to attain Ihe consummation of the great work to which the American people devoted their manhood and the vast resources of their country they should, ns they give thanks to God, reconsecrate themselves to those of right which triumphed through his merciful goodness. Out gratitude can find no more pressing expression than to bulwark wtttf loyalty and patriotism those principles for which the free peoples of the earth fought and died. "During the past year we have bad much to make us grateful; In spite of the confusion In our economic life resulting from the wnr we have prospered. Our harvests hnve been plentiful und of our abundance we have been uble to render succor to less favored nations. Our democracy remain unshaken In n world torn with political and social unrest. Our traditional Ideals arc btlll our guides In the path of progress and civilization. "These grent blessings, vouchsafed to us. for which we devoutly give thanks, should arouse us to a fuller sense of our duty to ourselves and to mankind to see to It thnt nothing we may do shall mar the completeness of the victory which we helped to win No seltlsh purpose animated us In becoming participants in the world war nnd with n like spirit of unselfishness we should strive (o aid by our example In realizing and by our the enduring welfare of all peoples and In bringing Into being a world ruled by friendship nnd good will. Day of Prayer. "Therefore, 1. Woodrow Wilson, president of the United States of America, hereby designate Thursday, day of November, the twenty-seventnext, for observance ns n day of thanksgiving and prayer by my fellow countrymen, Inviting them to cense on' that day from their ordinary tasks and to unite In their homes and lu their several places of worship In ascribing praise and thanksgiving to God, the author of all blessings, und the master of our destinies. prln-dples h lives. One body ha been recovered, while two oilier men are missing. Windows In houses two nillcs away' weio shnttered by the explosion. BOLSHEVIKI-PRE- SS ON OMSK Possible That Seat of Kolehak Will Re Moved to the Eastward. Omsk. Nov. 7. Ow ing to the menacing advance of the holshevlst forces. Admiral Knlcljuk has ordered a preliminary cvncuutlou of Omsk by the American hospital and such government departments ns are not directly necessary here. It Is possible that thu sent of government may be moved to ) the eastward. Huge Still Ic Seized By Officers. St. men were arrested ami 1,000 gallons of whUky unit wine were seized by Internal. Agents and local polite in a raid or moonshine still In basements and ut riORUl.'i Wilson avenue. The still wns the largest and most complete that has been seized by revenuu ngents In the central district In tho Inst thirty years. Five of the seven men arrested were at work In the celwhen the raid wo.s lars and made. Two other men came La while the raid wns In progress. Jlo.--Sev- en e sub-cell- sub-cell- ars Pleased at Her Appearsnee. .Inne wns busy tiirertnlnlng ber-vt- f hy looking nt the photograph album. Soon she came across a picture of herself taken when she was a tiny, baby, and In all earnestness she said: "What a tunnln' homely baby I" bald-heade- d ASbiJNJJ 'iHTVOSLD WITH TIES AMECAN nrr rvrtnee OA In Roumania. c SoQn after the entrance of the United States In tho wnr the successes of tho Central Powers In Itouiimnla had reduced that country to a most tragic condition and In thd summer of 1917, tho Amerlcnn Ited CrOSS Otfs? patched Its Urst Itoiimnnlan relleC contingent. Two hospitals wpy at once tnken over nnd operated by tho Hed Cross, a canteen for the starving refugees established and food and clothing distributed over u large nren. Transportation was one uf tho toughest problems with which the Ited Cross workers In Roumnuia had to deal. Here Is seen an oxcart used by tho Hed Cross to carry Its relief supplies up Into the mountain Instigate the Strikes. "N,enrly every strike that Is place Is duo primarily to this 'boring from within' by tho rndlcnl. Tho movement hns been uncovered nnd we are reliably advised thnt or- "gnnlzed Inbor does not proposo to he used lu this wny nny longer." According to tho information gathered hy tho agents of the Intelligence division of tho wnr department the reds do nil their planning through groups. They hnvo no central orgnnl-znttonow-takin- The Vapor Treatment FOR Influenza, Croup and Pneumonia Mother who knovr the anguish of waiting helplesily through sge-lon- g hour for the phyiician I 1. -- . .1 1 mil tint .rttua In hand a bottle of thii effective croup remedy. Vapo-menthly fill to keep oa a certain preventive and tpecific for cold, croup, influenja, grippe, pneumonia and other rcipiratory ailments, There nro two kinds of groups, the government's Information reveals, the pnrlor radicals, so railed, and the Ignorant alien. Tho former aro the brains of the movement. They rare-fullplan with the view to escaping responsibility should tile hand of the Inw rench out for them, whtlo they put tho Ignorant aliens forward to ngltnte nnd act. Just now tho government ngents nro making a special drive to get hold of a largo number of pnrlor radicals. As fast as It can lay hands on them they will bo deported, provided they turn out to bo alien, and at least 1)3 per cent of them, It Is asserted, aro aliens. Tho responsible governments of tho world hnvo determined to stump out the red movement. y VAPTHA V. WILL NOT STAIN THE CLOTHES It ii applied externally to the chet, throat and ll and It quickly abiorbed through the norei of the jkin, hi healing vapor rise and are Inhaled directly to the infected membranei. A double-aciioremedy, it ii doubly certain to produce catitfactory (tiulli. It hu thii characteiiitic tliat diitinguiihei it from other ialfi, it will not itain the clothei. Buy a bottle of Viponientha TODAV. It ii an Invaluable protection for an insignificant price. 30c, 60c. and $1.20 Bottles at All Drug and General Stores, If your dealer cannot supply you order from BRAME DRUG CO, N. Wilke.boro. N. C. noi-trin I Up Against the Real Thing. Maurice was obstinate, and Hobert, two years his senior, was endeavoring to make him mind. Finally ho marched over' to him, nnd, grasping him by tho collar, shook liltii, und said, "Look here, young fellow, you haven't got your father to deal with this time," CNOUI y VII lJ p'.'c'.tyysswtiii Dorter-Moor- e Drug Co., Inc. 4 Pago Eight THK CITIZEN November 13, 1919 Cooksburg for tho nonce, nnd tho predictions JMI WRITE &CI. that tho Democratic parly Is doad Is Cooksburg, Nov. 10, Thero was a Leuisvaii,Kr. I large crowd attended church at tho heard on every sldo. Hut bark BaubUiMlalSU hush I Let us deal charitably with Charloy S'cotl church In Morris Val- - hM the dead. Their boat made great loy, Sundays-Mr- s. John Childress Is progress through tho storm. Tho very low with consumptions-Mr- s. JjJ, FIIRS keel had well-nig- h reached tho Sarah Varment, who has boon sick No enrmpondrnre publUhtd unl .Icrml In full br the writ r. The nrnw theycouldlorcllovohor, until Jesus goal. The policies sol forth during' so long, Is much improved nnd nl- It not for publication, but at n crldcnce of rood faith. Writ pUlnljr. railed her to dwell with Him. Her inoir recent administrations were tended church Sunday, Mlsg Lucyi5 remains were taken to Vlney Fori: in perfect harmony with Iho will of Singleton attended church at Cnvo Mrs. Lula Hosklns and ohlldren and Mrs. C. 1. and Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Creech was out to givo their "undivided for burial. Ween not. dear naronls. God and with all tho underlying IWdgo, Sundays-M- r. attention." Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dur- - for Josus said. "Suffor llttlo children I principles of true righteousness. Thomas spent Sunday with Mr. and, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. II, Morgan, in '",' course, and Mrs. Thomas Head; also William Sunday. Misses Sophronln nnd ham and children, of Valley View, to como unto mo nnd forbid them1"'11' 1,10 havo Just returned homo from a rot, for of such Is tho Kingdom of ,ho ,nncr 8Piril of Nature, nnd Hond of Orlando was thero to vnlt . Slislo Hounsboll nnd Mrs. Calloway Heaven;" nnd with theso promises -- Imuhi ho set in bright parentheses his niece, who is critically III Tho Hounsboll visited Mrs. I.on Slowc, week's visit with relatives hero. nmm ino uarKer farmers havo begun lo gnlber corn 'Friday afternoons-M- r. and Mrs. itiickcis ' K Rev. and Mrs. William Powell wo know that llttlo Jessie is safe' pages. In, In this part, nnd report tho cum James Roberts and chldrcn and Mr. I nnd ilnncrlif nt Vltvnfinfli .Irnvn linrn In Ihr nf .Titans Annllmr experiences . of. . history's ... nrnia , -. . . . . .1.. ...1 .1 I... . .I I I n. .1 a. f ....It..-r. i ' ' .3. nnu iurs. jonn aoooris sponi aun- "in'j "it Acn.ir iihto is n uiu iiuiiiuhuu n- J.. r.mij.--to church, Sunday; also their son, littlo lamb Is gnno to. dwell with c,lp,,r "P. and stone ,Orinin mado n business trip lo Ml., day witu Mrs. James ilobcrls' Stanley, who is in school at Heron, Him. Another llttlo darling child ,l."op of. Af,,an 1,11,1 ca,usc,, (Iofcat' an( ,:,nrk inwlIhor, who Is vory 111. La?''-V- ank attended church here, Stitulay Ho is sheltered in His love. God needs w,,l '"- '? "l8. SinKl,.lon lM r0'" V was accompanied by a coup! of his one more angel child amid His sliin - p eel a school in ln.t week's com enils-Oi- ir progressing PREVENT DIPHTHERIA school chums and "war follows," tho ing band, so Ho bent with loving At-- 1 municalion. Mrs. Matt Moody (mid with n largo allendancos-JuliDiphtheria is reported as oxlst-co- rn .Trosper brothers. Mrs. W. L. Kirby smile nnd clasped dear Jessio's hand. not is going. Ibis week, to Mrs. Oadd is leaching the In more than half of tho coun-so- n and children visited her parents at blio leaves a miner and mother, four school nt this nlaro. Isnne j County to work on som. tiP9 n Kentucky. It Is opldomlo In this place, Saturday night. C.F. Kir-- brothers and four sisters, and a ...i... i. i, i...i... , in sovcrnl of them. This Is not a cause mull il racks for n Mr. Wlso. iirrn ciMl4li" by, of Dennett, Colo, is visiting rel- - host of friends lo niour her loss, lrnlrncled illnness, fell and broke for senseless alarm, but for Intel" Kingston ntives and friends horo. Several of . llgenl action. Moro than half tho . .1 r r OWSLEY COUNTY t"l. .1 mi. pcopio oi bis cif Inst week. A londeil niiij.i. t. Biiniiay-scuonauy ni rino joim ino innuii, .miv. j. very pn,M 0Ver h3s limb above Iho 219 doalhs which occured from thli -. Island City Grove tomorrow. Miss Flora Click this vicinity were much dls- ankti. breaking both bones. Undo '(l'9Caso lal chlldrou Island Cilyr.Nov. Cs-Tvisited the Misses Flora nnd Ella appointed last Friday night, as thero t?an, ilnlliiuswortli is moving to election whoso parents failed lo call a physl- went off (p.lellv at .No. 2, with a' J. 0. LEHMAN Sunday. Mrs. Sherman was to he on Old Fiddlers' Contest iroa. John W. Flanory, who is c'nn ,,,,r "K , l0i .r,,t lhr? !"!y8 of Managing Editor of Tho Citizen of "Ghost Hollow" visited and Hallowo'on entertainment, given ployed nt Grc'enslioro '.N. C, b Iho swecp for Kdwin P. Morrows-O- ur ' "'o soro throat. Tho greatest Amor Jier sister, Mrs. D. J. Durham, last at Masonic Hall, but owing to the' Textile. Dairy Co., is expected home Crm!n.l sMmnl I. ..rntrrn..!., nirniv ss Bhorlly, ppakln(c of will. John Turner an, I wife as lea- LETTER FROM MANAGING EDITOR week. "Ye Scribe'Mook a jolly sled downpour of rain, 11 was postponed f,,r tho Thanksgiving 'holidays. n later uaies-Au- ni Marie Chestnut, of ri"""1"0 10 mo uap, snopping, wca- - unui ruio TO EASTERN KENTUCKY uinua V ben this remedy is properly RhPstnuihtirff. u ..,n...ii..ff n nesday afternoon. Mrs. E, E. Dur- -i Hamilton, who makes her homo with FRIENDS used on ho first day o I bo nppear- CLAY COUNTY gr; ,( ar w Ro A ham and baby aro on the sick list. her son, A. H. Hamilton, of this nerca. Ky., Nov. 13, 1919 ' ', ance of Iho mcmbrano n tho throat, D. and hale llmvman, at Island City.) . place, has gono lo Owsley County Vina Pear Friends: Bond for a visit with bnr lirnlhnr. . Hnrvn , the .langbtcr of J. A. an.l As you perhaps know tho writer Vine. Nov. bock , corn is dam- - -- T Whpn do, ,0 lno Hgn Hond, Nov. 10. Tho woathcr con-- 1 Kvans. M. D. Flanerv has nurchased nepd somn nn of this letter has been connected nrmnni nf miii Laura,0Chestnut, who has been con second tay the dcath-rat- o runa Unties warm. The farmers havo he - two flno Jersey cows, for which ho wet weathers-Mr-s. with Tho Citizen only sinco Iho mid- 'c! with typhoid fever, Martha Illco of! n,,,' from llvo Iq len percent; when it . uuu. u.K. ,i. ,a uau - ipairt dlo of September. I have not got- nis snm of ?2t5. Aylcen this placo is slnvinn with her aistor.1 's still improving. A flno boy baby i i...i i ii. lh0 . .. 11 .. .. r...n. " ' people' Malnou, who Is in school nt Dcrea, Mrs. Hingham, of Gray ten acquainted with but a vory few W "o rainss-Mo- sl lo tho home of Andy and Grace, I! ,' , 'Vn ! are well pleased with the ro.,was wilh home folk, over Sunday.' M.ry poorly.-Mof you. Takes somo time to go In- n" rs. Linio Pelming- - Wcknoll, a few days am.-Ja- ek nercenL" East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Poarl, tho llttlo daughter of Mr, nnd Mrs, John Glosslp. 'ho was sick soven months. All was done for her Hint could hn done, yet sho was Inkcn from thorn. Sho was taken (o tho Allison Hospital nnd oporalcd on. Two doctors did all tt I I I ' ho: 1 1 . c """'T" T'?,n I , n D.-iv- in-l- oi ho ? ,n dlphlho-eherss-Mi- ' .b l"a jt,....,.' "7 Iso ' Print orTlhe sweet v.siled at' this Penninglon, who bad vegetn lon.Inmes Sinn t,n. o KlhM.I dians for lho 8llpprcssion of dlph. P0""1. ""L nuf in thu the winter with her L1"'. ,0nS"S cnd a,,cnoids removed, I nd Miss Cretie Hewlett, of Sexton lnora. wXbTnow lhari LJo Snh.rdiv 10 hpar ,rom ou- improving nicely. She is in tho.O". wore nuiolly married ono WhnI1 . ,.,,,, ha, . sorn at Plueon noost Inst Annville Hospital under tho caro of iiti uni nrri. mj ill HI if.tr t liril it should bo excluded from school, Kingston night was well attended. Tho nro-- ! ngston, Nov (Waek Frost Miss Van Dike, tho nurse. Mrs. J. L low. Tho continued rain has done kept at home in bed, separated from erc $ll8 which will bo! towns nnd communities nnd meeting CM1 visit last week, but did Pennington, Jr., is very poorly.-M- rs. much damage lo corn in this vicini- other children, nnd lho family phyI in community improvements- .-. you personally. I fcol that I cannot llama Weolio pas , Lucy Creech and family havo ty. The Itov. Samuel Rico was Iho sician called. This is essential If & Davis and family, D. R. Allen Iltll give you the kind of paper that you, nuictly with much rejoicing returned to their homo in Garrard Pcst of Ibe Rev A. D. and Kalo How. thero aro whitish spots in lho vcr' want and need unless I see you and and family, Mrs. Mary Purkey, Mrs. ovcr Morrows winnings-Mi-ss Amy County. Fred Ponder, who has been man Sunday. Mr. Walker and Geo throat. Specimens should be taken talk wilh you. I cannot toll you Vina McQueen and children visited just when I will be iri your neigh- nt G. R. Davis' Sunday. Mr. and Wllsn. of nig Hill, was tho week- - employed in Cincinnati for somo PcIits nre building a barn for Ans hv lho nhvslclan and examined in borhood, nor promise that it will ba Mrs. "Pet" Johnson aro tho prouo cnd &"csl of Aylecn Malnous. Mrs. time, visited homo last week. Mrs. Pelers. Tho Rev. Hugh Penninglon,1 approved laboratories or sent lo the Hrandcnburgh and children, iirurnett, who was thrown from a pastor of the M. E. Church, Poulh,! Slate Health Laboratories at I.ex-w- ill soon, but before next Soplembor parents of a fine baby, born recent- - lwis preach for the people on the ington or Louisvillo for freo oxaml- rolls 'round T hope In havo boon in lvMr. and Mrs. Edward Strong aro 01 "icnmonn, woro dinner guests at ,I)Uo a few days ago, is very poorly uincr "amnion s, Sunday-Pr- cssam Hobinson and Miss Mart!.: tbird Saturday and Sunday of each nation. If tho case is at all suspi- all the places in the surrounding lho proud parents of a line baby boy. counties where we have subscribers The mother has been very low, but ton Malnous, of Mncent, is visit- - jlpoc,, wcro mi.Mv m!,rriml , . ' month. All inviled. Misses Jcsslo clous antitoxin should bo admlnis- ng his brother, R. S. Mainous, at bride's frova Bowman mado a flying Icred at onco; 5,000 unlU if seen on home a few days ago.-W- illlo That you may know mo when I come is improving a little at preicnt. Archie Maupin and Howard has moved to Lucian Bond's visit to Cl.esnulbnrg ono day of last tho first day, nnd from 7.000 lo G. C. Purkey nnd family left here this place-M- iss my likeness is printed on this page, units if seen later. This dose T. Bowman of Oklahoma With very best wishes to nil of Tuesday for Berea, where they will Mr Car, of Lexington, were married nnc0.nCnry Ponder will move to1 week.-- W. F.Ipt make their future home. you, I am, James Cold on I.ownr 9"0"1" 1,0 repeated in six nours u entertained vacate,, by lis., Rich. Ford Steele has sold his farm nnd has n Buffalo a few days lasl week. Mr. tho membrane is not gelling smaller. 'Your friend, moved lo this nlacos-D- r. While! Wallaceton Cold married his daugbtcr.-- W0 aro Antitoxin is furnished by the State J. 0. Lehman, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY was called last week to see Jimmy' Wallaceton, Nov. ils-R- oy Botkin Managing Editor awaiting the eleclion news at pres- Board of Health at greatly reduced Davis, who has been sick for about died at his homo horo, October 31, ent. Wo hope it will prove favorable prices to physicians and Boards of Conway Health. nine wneKs. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred navinc nccn sick for seven nnd a JACKSON COUNTY .Conway, Nov. 3. C. D. Estridgo lo Iho parly that will govern in tho York are visiting their daughter, half months. His remains were lak. of ,l,e Lor'' regnnllosa of poll Foxtown Tlllio York on to Ilic Berea Cemetery for burial. returned from tho cily, Thursday,' fr!ir Mrs. Grnco Birknell. who eavo COMMISSIONER'S SALE Ucs. Foxlown, Nov. 1. Daniel Felly has Mrs. Ellen MoorCs-M- rs. visited her sister, Mrs. Sarah Davis, The bereaved ones have tho sympa- whero ho bad been buying goods. birth lo a lino boy and was attacked B. P. Hosklns, Admx. Plaintiff sold his farm lo OrvIIIo Fox nnd is D. S. Bot Ho Is doing a hustling business al by a fever, is vs. moving to S"and Gap on a farm be last Friday. Good luck to Tho Citi- thy of this communil much better at this Blaino Dean and zen and its many readers. kin has sold his farm and mill to Conways-Mr- s. Southern National Bank A Co. Derecently purchased from W, A. writing. Chester Elkin, and will go to Cort- - children, of.Shawhon, arc spending Kirby Knob fendants. Powell. Owing to so much rain land, Ind, lo make his fuluro home. a ftnv ,,a'8 wil, Mrs. Dean's father, Kirby Knob, Nov. 10s-Re- v. lo Pursuant of judgment and order of corn is damaging very bad. FarGARRARD COUNTY failed to fill his regular ap- II is with regret that tho people of w- - E. Wynn. Mr. Dean is planning sale entered In the above styled acmers arc complaining about their pointment nt plnco Saturday this placo give up such good neigh- - lo move to his farm In Indiana in Bryantsvllle tion, by tho Madison Circuit Court corn eproutings-Thom- as Lake has and Sundays-Mr- s. this Bryanlsvillc. Nov. Nora Johnson, hors, anil wish him tho best of suo- - a few days. Arrived al tho homo of Far al ils October Term, 1919, lho un- buill a slorchouso and put in a who has been seriously ill Mr. and Mrs. Schumakcr, October ley is very ill nt this writing. Heldersigned Commissioner will nxposo two cess In making tho changes-Clau- d stock of goods. Jas. H. Rose, who weeks, is slowly improvings-O- for No- Kidd and wife from Indiana aro 31, n girl, named Sarah Elizabeth; was visited by his daughter, Miss lo public sale lo tho highest and n has been sick so long, is improving. vember 1st, God in His wisdom saw here visiting his parents, Mr. and mother and babo aro doing wells-Mr- s. Mary Ellen Farloy, and son, John, best bidderrat the hour of 10:30. on Hoposhcwillboablo to be out again fit to tako to Himself tho A. J. Kidd. Mr. and Mrs. A. Misfics Jinnio and Emma Wynn and family of Nicholnsvillo, Sunday. Friday, November 28. 1919. on the N. J. Coylo has his now barn soon. babe of Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter. J. Wildcrs' son and family from havo been very sick tho nast week. Mr. and Mrs. R. K, Swopo, Mrs. premises, tho following described about complete. Several of tho men It was sick only a few hours, and Harlan County, nro wilh Ihem at Thoy had to dismiss their schoolss- - C. C. Becker and Mr. Will Bonar. property: hero aro working for Turkey Foot the causo of its death is unknown. present Miss Fannie Kidd was tho David Calihan's baby A tract or parcel nf land in Madi- has been very wcro guests, Sunday, or Mrs. Han- LiSnbcr Co., cutting tlmbor, etc. A Our darling babo from us Is gone; guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Logs- - low with pneumonia, but wo nro nab Swccnoy In Danvillrts-H. son County Kentucky, on lho waters few days ago, while- culling timber, It Brieves our hearts full sore Ion at Paint Lick last week. Miss Kiad to hear that it is better. Dr.' Halcomb is attending tho National, of Jacks Creek and described as 5reen Evorsolo had tho misfortuno To know, while hero on earth we S'allio Botkin, of Berea, spent tho Godboy, of Berea is tho attending' Fox MC(H in Crab Orchard this wook., follows: Bounded on Iho North by past week with her uncle, D. S. Bot- - physician. J. M. Bailey mado a bus- -' of getting hurt. Ho cut a troo and stay, Hubort Ballard is very ill with lho lands of T. H. Collins, on the kin. Miss Anna Wallace spent lho incS3 trJp lo Lexington it threw a limb back, hitting him. Wo'll hear its voice no more. Pneumonia. Tho Rev. and Mrs. G. S,, East by lho lands of John Crawford, last wcok-en- d ' wilh homo folkss-Joh- n Ho was not ablo to gel homo, but Its loving prattles death has stilled w E w nn hag becn ln Indjana u'Conant and Mrs. Eliza Ballard wcro on tho South by the lands nf Pryse Is improving now. Three ribs woro Our homo wilh gloom is forever Kidd and family, from Richmond, . w -i .i m.i Kuesls. SUndav nflornoon. :. of Mr. and Gumm and on tho West by lho .s-- ;. iiiwii Dioir iuuuu were hero with his father and nnd Jnrks lands filled. broken. Jas. Noeley and family of ,to fill his appointment at Conway, Mrs. J. L. Gaugh In Wilmoro Mr,, Creek, of George Perkinsilfl.18 acres, and containing Henry Click, who has been nt the mother a few days lasl week. and Mrs. Sallec, returned mission- -, Gray Hawk havo moved horo and rl 1 .. nn, Clin .In T" Tho above described land Is In n arles from China spent Wednesday ho is working for Turkoy Foot Lum-b- Robinson Hospital for some time, liiRh state nf cultivation; splendid, Is with Mr. nnd Mrs. Curttss-M- r. Co. Thomas Lakos had a sale from tho effects of blood-poiso- n, ncy say lnat r' 's danced sand stono land; raises flno hemp last S'aturday. He sold somo hogs slowly improving. J. D. Halfleld Wallace. by so much rain nnd warm weather. r.nd Mrs. Elder, of Nlcholasville, . went to Berea, Saturday, lo havo wcro guests of their daughter, Mrs. or tobacco, nnd on said premise and cattle. Cows sold for from $05 7cr Thero was a frost 11010 this morn- - Hogan t Ballard, Sunday ho "Health Iboro is a good dwelling and two Forme"'n ii ,s i ing, tho first this to $88. John D. and Lowis Carroll his hand treated, which was giving nnd Leaguo" ladles served sand- - splendid tobacco barns that will very busy gathering. .. , , , 11,19 parU Wobb, him serious trouble, caused by only visited tholr sistor, Mrs. J. II. g" prclly ,,atl wiches election day and realized houso twenty ncres or tobacco. corn nnd stripping tobaccos-Sa- m last week. Tlioy aro drilling an oil a small wound on mo nngers-rn- e Cooksburg $25s-M- r. There Is very llttlo of ouch land and Mrs. W. K. Davis and on W. S. Blanlon's farm near Hallowo'en parly at tho schoolhouse Wlllaford, who Is helping tho Fra- well Cooksburg, Nov. 3. Wo aro hav- lho Misses Fannie Dowdon and Bet- - on the market In this county. And was n success, In spilo of the rain zlor boys strip tobacco, was visit- tho mouth of Rock Lick Creek. and mud. Tho children spent a ing homo folks over Sunday. Mrs. .ing lots of rain. Corn and fodder tio Scolt wcro In Danvillo Tuesday, Hie judgment in this cao Is here Sand Gap evening to hear Miss Helen Clark referred to for a moro particular has recent- James Ogg and quito a number of aro rotting in tho fleldss-Sorghu- m pleasant evcnings-Thc- ro I Sand Gap, Nov. 1. Tho general ly been a well drlllod at our her school attended tho County Ed- - making description of this land. and part is finished, in spito or tho sing at tho Stout Opora Houso. weather is rain, and tho general school-hous- e. thereof. White Lick ucattonal Rally nt Richmond last rain. Vcgclabloi aro fecarco in this questions are, "Did over you sou Terms: Said land will ho sold on Whlto Lick. Nov. 10. Mrs. Addlo Fridays-M-r. and Mrs, Jeff Harrison (parL Irish polatoc3 nro averaging tho like of rain?" And most of the Davis visited Mrs. John Davis lasl a credit nf nine, sixteen and Iwonly-wce- k. two children, of Villa Grovo, about half crops-Mi- ss and Bessio Wat-Il- l, folks say they nover did, which, of MADISON COUNTY Mr. nnd Mrs. Irvlno 8towo, four months, tho purchnser being m aro tho guests of Tom Taylor kins, who moved to her father's a course, is not truo. (Poople aro Coyle Cartilage, III., visited Lonl'ircd lo execulo salo bonds paya- and family, this wecks-BrlgShort fow weeks ago from Hamilton. Ohio, quito forgetful about tho weather). Coyle, Nov. 4. On account of tho has purchased Rev, Bcaglo hie lo lho commissioner with ap lfilowo'8 Jasl week, Tom Merriolt's farm, wiu return Tucsday.-- c. l. Thomas proached a sermon St lho WhltQ pmvcjl scouniy and bear ng a per-Mrs D. J. Durham is suffering long wot snell our farmers who aro and will movo there the first of tho has put his farm Crooked Creek in with nervous prostration. Tho gathering corn aro finding somo of year,-- Mr. nnd Mrs Wllllo Baker tho hands of tho Rockcastlo County Llck Baptist Church, Saturday morn- -' rcnl fr?m llnY ?f 8, "!" lllllo son of Mr and Mrs. Thomas it badly damagedt-He- nry Bishop Ing. His subject was lho sovonty- - til pam Willi n Hen rclained on Co., as ho wanU to sell out Durham is quito Ul, but slowly ro- - sold his farm lo Everett Warford land until said bonds and Interest Sunday. to M,,inni n mnv hi. five million dollar campalgn.-M-rs. covering. Dr. J. B. Sottlo Is treat- for !?5,300, and bought a farm near Knto Mozior wns given a china am fully paid. fulur0 om0s-- S. S. Griffin shipped ,v ing both casess-Ro- v. . 0. V. Clcm-mo- Richmond. Mrs. Cecil Hondrlx K. B. TERRILL ninm L Cranv Minn, at Borea, shower Thursday afternoon. Mrs. arlfn 1 llllod his regular appointment visited hor parents a few days last Uadlson Master Commissioner, b Charlio Rogers, of Richmond, and Th? g e would hero, Sunday, and quito a number woeks-Dic- d, a, ,,ot of on Novembor 1, Jessio Icy her son, Jcsso, from Louisville, vlalt- -i Circuit Courl. Sunday-scho- ol ko a to toll 1 growing" in this section. The foil- ... ed Mrs. Lon Stowo last Thursday.! 00f protraolfld meeting, aeed blushed a .teener nri..nn nnH a,,oul. or H. D. Creech. Mrs. Wllllo Rhodus.i SUNDAY SCHOOL AT '"-- .i 1)111 wo vo nothing but a good lho more lender nlnnf, .ii.i' anil Mr. W. P. Wolls visited J. B.i SILVER CREEK it,- - school with a largo attendance. ffinn,n , dor hi nlorein Creech and family last wock. W. 0. A Sunday-scho- ol has boon organ-Wyaro vory busy, warm sunshine soon dissipated tho Tho, moonfWnors sold his farm, whero ho lives, ized at Sllvor Creek Church. This Iooks ,iko M of thom havo to Harrison Mays chill and wo aro revelling still in for $l2,050s-Mr- s. last Sunday thoro was an attendance wuy. omuruny ano oun- - Arthur Matlock nnd Mrs. Alox a tr or ous Im Inn iimm.irn..iin "' of nbout forty-on- o. Everybody In day nr0 our rcSulQr church days at Creech visited a number of Berea studei U, chap- Mrs. Lon Stowo, Wed- - Sllvor Crock district is cordially 1,"",53S wiurcn in worns l" eroned by tholr teachers, woro wol- afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. vited to como, and an Invitation Is Ello Allen, who has D. Wynn altonded tho show In Rloh- - nlso extended lo como visitors at Blue Lick SMnday- - Valleys-Mr- s. Returns to its before-the-wall Collogo people srlinol. N'nvomher nn. Ti,oi i.ini.i been In very noor health, is slowly mond Thursday nights-Miss- es ........ w. EH- - who can como. high standard of quality ...u.l ll.ll-- l . Ililrl.niilni. - Tnlm AIaamm I.m- - fnllfl.! ... . iI tiiivua unu cnecry grcoungs snouid uumi iuui uu ima-- zaboth and Floronco Creech were In A llvo Sunday-scho- ol is wanted provo sumolent to Increaso looal at- - to ropalr his water mill so ho can Borea Thursday and Saturday of nnd is oxpected, so you come nnd " lendancos-Th- o wheat sowing is do-- of last wook, hnving dental work dono. givo of your best. noise and he smoke grlnd-T- ho tho battlo and tho celebration nt layod on account of lho wot woathor. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jamos Bowling nnl Tho Sunday-schowill moot at tho Republican victory has subsided Hurrah for Tho Citizen. children. Mr. ond Mrs. Alex Llttlo. 2 o'clock In tho aftornoon H?oTp?rtosKfmerPf0r nKKo cbo.ti P-- nd " week.-IJe- ssie Wb 7Ji'ner ffX 1 10,-0- 00 ;;rr: rc" ' Van-Wink- lOs-Wcs- loy i D. - ra I,.i,n.. 1 " or , JL tk,NrK, s-T- - falh-Who- oping M SStrt. M: ns v6. breaW nSng W0"" No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour ar nn i 1 u Once Tried Always Used ' ol