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Kvrrn 7rkiay at lima, XV. mr yol XXI I'lvo Devoted to tlie Interests of tlie Onls Per Copy. The Citizen oianteiiii DEflEA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 20, 1919 Ono Dollar and "JPqojdIcj Fifty Conta Knowledge Is Power and the way to keep up with modern Knowlcdgo is lo read a good Newspaper. per Year No. 21 Those Senators The United Stales Senate has always been what we call a conservative body. It is the most aristocratic thing in the American government It iS'a)kind,o(Jsafety;brake to keep the Rovernment from moving too' fast in any direction. Long-afte- r the President is in favor of some progressive thing, and the House of Representatives, and the sentiment of the people, we have to wait for the Senate to give its consent. Sometimes this is a great benefit. On sobVr second thought we have decided to modify action which we would have taken suddenly and offhand if the Senate had not acted as u brake. But just now the Senate seems likely to prevent America and the world from getting the great prize which the world war put within our reach. The nations of the world have been like savage men, recognizing no government, each independent, lawless, armed to the teeth, and liable to a fight at any time. Within each nation there has been law which has curtailed the freedom of each individual, but which has made each individual somewhat safe and secure from violence. The only thing which has limited the savage independence of each nation has been an occasional treaty. A treaty is a promise, and when a nation makes a treaty it restricts its own freedom of action. Now it is proposed to have a treaty among a number of nations by which they will agree to some sort of arbitration and reasoning which shall take the place of war, and bring nearer the fulfilment of what men have prayed for so long a reign of righteousness and justice and peace. Hut the United States Senate is unwilling to enter into this treaty. Certainly, they are taking a great responsibility. If the world rolls along into another war it will not be the crime of the Iimperor William, but the crime of Henry Cabot Lodge. Kentucky News Purls. 'I lie propositi ?tiK) hunt! Issue designed In construct sewerage system In Paris win defeated. 11 U.S. News hiIo .JRD DbSBOHUUGH WorldNews ,'ashlnglon, Nov. ar- Tho Senate has now passed so gulncnls on the validity of tho war- many reservations lo tho Poaco llmn nrolillilllMn uwv i . "ii u iiuuiu i iTreaty, and some of them so wyiiiu ouprcmo liouri niursuay, a of tho purposo of that MMl(fi.ivlllc.- -I. W. Smith, S. itcjslon is not expected boforo treaty, that President Wilson has Union veteran, who lniil been hllli'l for 8, when the court rccon-vofllet It bo known that ho will pocseveral years, died nt Ills lintim here. nllcr n urrs-.- , nnnounccd ket it. Dy withholding tho doou- -! begin nexl Mcnday Murray. .Inn Orr. 4H. fartner. died mcnl It will mako it necessary cither fnnii burin ri'tchcil In tin explosion of to reconsider tho notion taken by iVaslilnglon, Nov. 17 Tho Esch roil I oil will, wlildi he wax kindling 11 tho Senalo or mako a new treaty MIL'. ajltnad bill, pr. ,dlng for privalo I with Germany nlono. Somo of tho jviuisii'p and (irration or rail Senators desire to havo that done. Union-- . l.ovl Winkle sold u con- - carrier, under federal broad superidgmneiit of new mm tn Robert Wnt-wi- vision. Win iirmunil t inlirlil hv tlm European comment, especially that 11I .fS per barrel, delivered In lo i&f. The measure Hus.!. of France and Italy, on the treaty gojis ly the Senalo. but it will noti reservations Is critical. They do luLjinken up there bill the regular not seem inclined to ncccnl them If Alt. Wnlilugiou. All corn In assent Is nsked. Tho newspapers lone Suit river !h practically i tejstr.n in iicriTiber total loss from high waters, according 1 nro giving considerable space lo thy' 1 Jtlehmpnd. Vn., hov. 15. (Associ- lo growers. mailer, even during n timo of elecalcd PreH Appoinlmcnt of Scc- tion, and this1 U an indication nf l Inthcstcr. Jailer's fccM for Hip. rHaiy (f Ttcaury Glass to tho general Interest, There is much month of October total $i:i.l.", con? tiniil Slalca ..&JiiXl4-- Jt ,., A lo succeed tho ii, "... trusting with months ns high as JfiOO o Senate aciion on tho League of not Ioig ago. I'' wTrrnnnnnn?nd who Unn ...... n 1 ' u , nnno.uIncd elected to the chairmanship of the exec j Nations, and European comment rc-- ic ii i.v i.eroy utlve collim,tPe of tlie EnB,ll(h n, gards it as destructive. AhIiIiiiiiI. A tlilcT took 'I'oney Lyon's"! Gin: bavi". grlmn. has frequently been mentioned tir from ia front of the Klks Club In In connection with the post of British hroail daylight during hi absence for' Tlie elections In Franco havo M'nfhinglon, Nov, 15. (Associated nmhasMidor at Washington because o: shown some Interesting a few minutes. w things.. Prcs) Child labor In tho United his pronounced sympathy for the tho first place, there Is no party In In 'llytiltyville. In Proctor precinct tliu Statos decreases nioro than 40 per United States, his knowledge of this tho Chamber of Deputies, which has country and his prestige on this side of pro)oi,il to bar stock from running at oeni sinco tnc cnua innor lax proa majority. Thcro are about soven the Atlantic. Lord and Lady targe wiim carried by one vote, eighty-si- x vision of tho Revenue act went lost two of their sons In the or eight different groups representfavoring It. April 25 lasl. late wnr nnd their third boy volunteer- ed, and it is not possible to tell ed for service In Itussln nfter bavins what combination may bo mado. In Winchester. Will Guy bought u SI. Louis, Nov. 15 (Associated fought In France. Through his feuts the second place, tho radical hog weighing 1,027 pounds from (I. us a sportsman Lord Desborough Is Prcssl An inlensivo world-wid- e T. Itowluml, of U & 15. Junction, at is reduced as well as tho known In many countries. 'JAi oents a pound. Socialist influcnco. Tho result i3 ihTallh of alchol and tobacco" was conservative on tho whole. lanvllleV-Th- e Judgment refusing n advocated in the "Victory- Conven UNION CHIEFS OBEY tion' of tho National Women's divorce to Jiuiicm K, Cecil from Tho Kalian annexMANDATE OF COURT T. Cecil was utUnueil by the Christian Tomnoranr.n Tin Inn tvhlMi ationist D'Annuncio has now. started Court of Appeals. 23'cncd hero today. with bandit Ratification of Coal Strike Order I Rescinded by the out on a wider sphere and Is seeking to do what he has done in Fiume, (Jllburt Ilolbrook, Owenshoro. Miners' General Committee at U Charoed Twelve Peons- Tettlfy at Little Rock, nil along tho Dalmatian coast on tho siidcrcd a dltdocutcd Preliminary Hearing Indianapolis. American Voted Down when run down at a corner byshoulder ciated Press) Ark, Nov. 15 (Asso Approximately 4.000 a small cast side or tho Adriatic S'oa. Italy Is Detained Under Surveillance Ibttles of cotton burned in a Tiro boy on a bicycle. Indlnmipolls, Nor. 12. The seems to bo weakening somewhat, Ind which swept part of the St. Louis United Mine Workers of Americn. as sho has raised the blockade, and, Tho defeat of tho ratification of Mexico City. William O. Jenkins MadlFonvlllo. A timber wolf which .Option Compress Company's plant United States Consular Agent 1 I'lie-hli- tho Pcaco Treaty with tho Foreign in through Its general committee, decided supplies can now reach (ho rcvolu-- ) was placed unilor arrest ami held Rolations commltlco's reservations had killed numerous sheep, calves anil MM Dorado, Ark, today, according early Tuesday morning to obey the lionistsi It is nrobablo that Italy Is hogs wftliln recent months was killed muler siirvirfllnncc In IiIh home follow- was urged mandate of United States District tfra dispatch received here. yesterday by President by Isaiah Ilurd en. Judge A. M. Anderson, which means fearing n revolution that might ening charge by ottlclula of Puebhi that Tho loss in about .91,000,000. tlie recall of the order for a strike danger her own monarchy. Jcnklna wai not abducted by Frcdcrlco Wilson in a letter to AdministraA survey, of lj.OOO bituminous coal miners of Cordova, the hand.! leailer, hut was lu tion leader Hitchcock. Ho held that A curious relic of a day counlvnnre with lilm, uccoiditig to In-- theso reservations would mako tho will bo tnude here, nt once, looking. lu New York, Nov. 17. Milk dealers the nation. The decision wus renched part to Imp'rovementK TlnLinm-t after more than X" hours discussion. fonimtlefl rewlvedwas recently found nt tho bottom of jit calyold. This letter immediate 4ao.(XxuondKuyw?ar voted, In Jtr'- "!:: sojxccntithrcatj)f.n,' slriko won Actlnj, JCHKins csune nncr IllitsllbT liBIT "ly "lTccamb pub'lic. SinaTor'TJoiigo 'Soanlsh-shlpJohn L. Lewis of s them an increase of pay and sent the mine President made the following tho sea. It Is ono" of: the workers nrti In statements before n .Imlge in said that ho did not believe that the of tho Spanish Armada. It 1 Whltesbiirg. Lynch, milk prices up, found a "consum John PueMn, itcvbirlng that Jenkins had Senalo would "obey tutcmect: was covnrcd over with a crust that tho President, prominent man of llendertioii, Ky., was ers striko" in progress been mm lu cumixiny with l'oriloa, Gentlemen, we will comply with the many who undertakes to command tho run do'.tii and killed by an L. & N. Paris Of NOW York Ihla inmnpnlni. mandate of who accomplished h's recent abduction the court. We do It under resembled concrete in hardness. fnnn PuoWii, under no restraint anil It. Senate to ratjfy tho Treaty without train near Hazard. when they mado their early de protest. We are Americans. We can Tlie ship contains much treasure Mint was being sent over' to England, apparent iiinlorstundlug with his al- reservations "which Americanize it on doors of not light our government. That Is nil." Crab Orchard. Mrs. Telltha Single- liveries. Hanging leged captors Advices rccolvil lu nnd mako it safo for tho United The committee. In obeying the fed- and also a crown that was intended many apartments wero signs readton, "2, widow of Jesse Singleton, died Washington from Mexico City Nnvcm-be- r Slates." eral court mandate to call oh" the coal for tho Spanish ruler of a conquered suddenly of heart disease at her home ing "Milk striko no milk wanted strike. Issued 7 stilted that Consular Agent Jenthe following order: country. Tho ship has been at the Senator Sherman, Republican, of iitnr Dripping Springs. here until Thursday." Indlnmipolls, Iud.. Nov. 11. U)l 'J. i kins bud been cleared of all Illinois, said that ho would havo to bottom of tho sea for ovor three In iMiupllclty In lit kidnaping 'To the olUclals and members of the hundred years. part company with his associates Versailles. William JlcCuhe, wife by Mellon United Mine Workers of America: bandit October 17. The .Mrs. Washington, Nov. 18. Tho nnd II. K. Judgj' who Investigated the abduction, and voto against tho resolution mid daughter, "Dear sirs and brothers: In obedislenped (o tho front today ence to the mandate Issued November It is reported that tho Finns have the fllKpatch added, took occasion to which ho called n "charter' for an Ward have gone to St. Petersburg, Ra., to spend the winter. lo forco minors and operators to 8 by the United States court, district finally decided to aid tho Russian praise Jenkins us a frlimil of the Mex- international homicldo club." ican nation anil a respected metnber of Indiana, Judge A. M. Anderson general Yudenllch in his effort to Tho lines wcro sharply drawn. FIciniiigMiiirg. Mr. II. C. Parsons, neeotilaln a new wago agreement of the community In which lie had After the undersigned hereby advise conquer Polrotrrad. It is nnparcnt and conferences of Knlng, this county, underwent un and resumo work in tho bituminous you lived for n number of year. thatthe order of October 13,- - di- that ho cannot overcome Iho army tho voto was takun. Tho adminisoperation at Ilayswnod Hospital. fields before tho country is in n grip recting a cessation of operations In the .Mr.yslllc, n few days ago. ot n coal famine. tration senators stood solid against hlttiiMnous una I fields of our Judlsdlc-tlon- , of tho Bolshcvlki alono. Tho Finns IMPORTANT CONFERENCES AT Clothed with all of his war-tim- e havo suppressed the radical moveit nnd It was voted down. Tho ratIs withdrawn and canceled. Mt. Sterling. . II. Fiench, of this powers LOUISVILLE ment in their own' country with a as fuel administrator and nc ification resolution, which should "Vours fraternally, city, n lieutenant In the war, litis been good deal of troublo and much blood "WILLIAM UMKKN. ds A scries of Important conferences havo majority for its appointed to tho utiilT of thu Chemical ling by direct aulhority of tho Pros "Secretary-Treasureident's cabinet, Dr. Harry A. Gar- shed. If it should win in Russia, it nro to bo held in Louisvillo from adoption, received only 30 voles National ltank, New Yoik. "JOHN L. LEWIS, Iloln nnlled a joint mooting of scale would bo a menace to Finland for 4. November Somo of the sub- whilo there wcro 55 against it. It "Preshlenf all futuro timo. Lexington. ject to bo discussed aro tho followi- was supported by 35 Republicans J. W. M. Stoll, 32, A. committees at which ho was to give formal nolico that tho ng;: "Consumer's Lcaguo of Ken- and four Domocrats, and opposed by Ii K. holdler, son of Sector-elec- t J. SAYS GERMANS ARE, HUNGRY Tho German students havo boon tucky," " Health, " " Recreation, " 13 Republicans and 42 Democrat. Will Stoll, died as tlm result of bums timo had como to resumo mining received three mouths ago. makinffsomo demonstrations in Bor- operations on a normal scale. "Rural Development," "Raco Rela- Tho parliamentary status of tho Investigates Conditions Frenchman Thoy refused to - allow Von tions," "Child Welfare," Education," resolution its cnomics doclarcd to and Declares Country Mutt Have flin. nichmoiid. Authorities nro seeking Hindenburg to appear before tho inChicngo, Nov. 18. Director Gen"rnduslrial Relations," "Family Wel- amount to at least temporary re- a motorist who drove his car through Help at Once. vestigating committcfspf tho Parlian drove, of hogs on the fare," "Tho Church and Reconstruc- jection, but its friends hopo to pike, eral of Railroads Wakor D. Hincs killing two und crippling three. Pnrls, Nov. 12. Charles Honnefon. ment, nnd thoy indulged in noisy nnd seven regional directors met tion," nnd "Americanization." it at another session of A lending special writer on the stnfT of demonstrations for tho old emporor. hero Into today lo consider a nationlong list of nolod persons appear Danville. A ihlpmont of automobile wide freight embargo I.'Echo de Pnrls vviio has Just Investion tho program. Among them aro:j Senator Hitchcock mado an efas a means gated conditions In Germany, sums up They denounced tho present governtires for ment, as a rulo of tho Jow, and not Hon. 8. T. Ballard, Mrs. Floronco fort to secure consideration of somo passenger Irvine tutnblud In front ot n of conserving tho counlry)s meager Impressions follows: train, hut blowouts wew supnlv of coal. Mr. Hino's arrived his"The German nspeople nre hungry. German, in character. Kelly, Secretary N. D. Ilakcr, Dr. subsllluto reservation by moving not attended by Usiml disaster. in Chicago this afternoon. A. T. HcCormack, Geo. A. Cornet, "that tho matter bo committed fo tho These pnle. emuclnted men lo not look Jjincaster. Tho conditions growing out of tho revolutionary. They look rather like Tho stato of Chilo in South Lavlnia Bonner, Dr. S. E. Ilrcwstcr, Scnato as a commit tco of tho wholo. uneral services for A. E. Thompson, Miss Julia C. Lath-ro- p, His motion was voted down by tho Mrs. ICIIza (iriirin Smith, who died emergency wcro informally dis- people who hnve suffered much and America has just ceded to Bolivia after u shoiT Illness, were held from cussed this morning by tho regional are now watching sullenly the newly n strip of territory at the northern Dr. H. A. Miller, Miss Mabel! usual Uneun of Senators. directors, who planed lo havo a defl-nl- rich whom they accuse of scheming for end of her domain. It gives to BoEllis, Hon. .Tas. D. Dlack, Hon. E. P.! Each 8ldo contin1' ,d lo bring for her homu on Lexington avenue. program roady to submit to the another war.not lacking, but only livia a seaport which is dejlrahlo Morrow. Professor John F. Smith ward now resolutions and reservaMidway. Mrs. M. Leehlnun left "Food Is the tions thruout tho afternoon, but Midway en route to Korea to spend director general. is bookod for somo addresses and is rich can buy It, for owing to the low for her, and it creates n littlo buffor chairman of a number of tho ses- nollhor sido showed nny sign of two years with her daughter, Mrs. Ancmbargo on all freight on tho rnte of the mnrk tho poor are unnhH-t- territory between Chilo and Peru. yiolding. Tho hour for adjourn- Moorman ltoblnsoii, a missionary. Chicago, Mllwnukco & SI. Paul railsntlffy their hunger. The Merllners This section has been a bono of consions. ment camo without any indication road between Chicago and the Pa- - are allowed hulf n pound of meat tention bclwoen thoso two countries, Fiilinouih. When tho radius rod clflo coast has been In of as to tho final outcomo of tho Pcaco effect since wvkly, Ave pounds one bread, halt a nlmpst leading to war, and this broke,- - the nutiunohlle of OIlTe Miller ounce of but- method CONTENTS pound of sugar nnd Troaly. of settlement was somewhat Saturday. run on Hiu roud and turned u sblu surpriso. If Director General Hlnes approves ter. Honierbnult, but ho escaped Injury. "Tho price of rawl materials Is soar of a tho recommendations of his regional Ing dally, preventing tho manufacPAGE !. Editorial: Thoso Senators; 11 NEGROES DOOMED TO DIE Belgium is now receiving somo of U'vlnglon. Heailiiuarters will he directors an order may bo issued im turers from producing. It Is a vicious Ratification of Pcaco Treaty circle rushing the country Into agony Iho indemnity monoy from Gtjrmany. Five to Be Electrocuted December 27 established at onco for thu $1,2:0,000 medlnlcly which will mean: Voted Dowiu Ky, U. S, World campaign of TraiiHjIvunla College tor Natlon-wld- o embargo on freight. and perdition. I am not exaggerating It is filling that sho should bo tho and the Remaining Six .Nowa. new buildings. The program ndopted One of tho on January 2. a 40 percent cut in passenger In the least. of Industry most promi- llrst lo got tho gold. Sho uses it for calls for raising SIMXHi.OOO more In thu captains to me train scrvlco throughout tho coun- nent unless Germany gets sjated within riurposns of rebuilding. It is said PAGE 3. Bcrca Collcgo Nowa; Gcn-cr- al live years. help that Helena. Ark.. Nov. 12. Judgo J, M. next try. Germany is trying to get out of News. six months she will be altogether that Jnrkson nf t)ie Phillips county circuit paying nwny her gold and trying Closing 'down of all U'hltehburj,'. An "Old Fiddlers" conruined." PAGE 3. Scruggs nnd Woloh Ad- court sentenced to electrocution at test wus held ut induco Belgium to accept bonds InPiestonburg In which Industries. Llttlo Hock 11 negroes recently con- many vertisement. ROOM FOR of tho "old llddlm" of Floyd RADICALS stead. Theso do not bring full purFiflcon million workmen thrown NO victed of murder In tho first degree comity took part. Tito llrst prize of out of employment. chasing power nt present, and aro In connection with tho Insurrection of PAGE 4. Locals; Indian Trco Worlive dollurs wus awarded to Grover "Tho iltuallon Is extremely seri- Constitution of New Farmers' Organi- therefore not satisfactory. October. ship. zation Adopted Member Call It Tho llrst live, Krnnk Moore. Kd Martin, un old nddler of lte.iver Creek. ous nnd immedlato action Is necesStrongest Union on Earth. PAGE 5. Negro Buslnoss League; lllcks. J 11 Knox, Ed Coleman and sary," said R. H. Aishlonr regional England is becoming somewhat Paul Hull, wero sentenced to die De- to Ma j Held. While driving four mule director of tho northwestern roads. Oonoral Mows. n log wagon across Maytleld Creek Chicago, Nov. 15, The constitution disturbed at tho possible competicember 27. Tho remaining six At bridge, u mile southeast of this 'Tho railroads nro vital to tho busi- of tho National Federation of Farm tion of Janan for the trado of the PAGE e. Mountain Agriculture; hert Giles, Joe Fox, John Martin, Alt thu brhlgo caved in anil wagon, city, ness llfo of tho nation and they Mureaus the "farmers' union" the Oriont. Tho distanco is much less, tauloi Hunks. Jr., Will Wordlow und Frank noma Department; First Aid. HlrkH were sentenced to die January nud two men, II. A. Williamson mid must bo kept going. Radical action strongest union on earth, the members and thero aro evidences that Japan Cllrt Pennett, wenl down n dlitanco ot must bo token. say, wus adopted with amendments expects to embark on a policy of PAGE 7. 8. 8. Los son; Sermon; 2, 1020. The men were charged with tho mur- ilftwn feet Moth men were Injured, "My Judgmont is that a general by the federation and. according to commorcinK expansion. A recent Serial Story. der of W. A. Adklns, Clinton Lee aoij but probnblv not seriously. embargo Is tho only way to meet (ho the members "the constitution leaves voto to appropriate a largo amount (6MMWM4 M rfft Mffct) no room for radicals such aa are found Jumea A. Tappao. PAGE I. Eut Kentucky News. (Continued on Page Flvo) (Continued on Pago Five) In some of the labor unions." p? $ n Wll-mor- e. low-lau- 11 hIS9Bh iroRi,. J "u'g: ln, I I Du-10- - Ite-hee- plot leader Peace Treaty 11 i, g 'al" 11 by-go- no 11 Gpv-ornm- g. two-thir- r. 20-2- tfd ro-vi- vo Con-gro- ss. lo non-esscnt- t i i . I Page Two the College 'Department Normal Department I I 1 crrizKN November XX 1MI General College Newsl . The Academy VOTE RESERVATION TO ARTICLE TEN DEMAND OP MINERS TOO MUCH-1LS0- N Boforo going several called meet- deed a riddle lo most of us, nnd It Is e00'1 11 vcry ml,ch "Heart of the Treaty" Cut Out, Secretary Wilson Seeks a Comeven more of a riddlo to lltnso who' Jlr Vnnllook chaperoned a num- - Inps wcro held. Elglit dollars wcro 46 to 33. promise in Coal Strike liivo studied' deenlv f tin Rimlan 1,cr of l)0VS nml 8'rls 0,1 n walking easily raised to buy food, but a problems, and who undcrsland what Pnrly M,,ay nflcrnoon lo the difficult tlmo was had lo dccldo what those nroblems involve. Dr. Robert- - w,n Mountains, iiioso in llu articles of food wcro lo bo taken, as SEC.iuN URGED BY W.lSuN BOTH SIDES ARE ACCUSED snn had given much study to tho rmrly wcro: .Misses Dorothy Ull- - all possessed different appetites. iiui'Minn ami he set before his and- -, ricn' ,lu,,y N'cl'o's. Boulah Whitt.i But all was arranged for and tho Irnco a number or peculiar and del- - Jancllo Gabbard, Jewell MaoWil- - members started about 7:00 o'clock Four Democrati Voted With the Solid Sayi p. m. After Week and 60 Per Cent iralo situations which have grown, linms;, Iva U'Picrsall, I Ethel. n Parsons mllAd ..tilt. ill Iwalking nabout threo no a , Trfrtf Raise .Impossible Operator Ara vu .wojcij. Iit..nll iiim "im uuih linnnii .1 ...a Wlllliu Republican Column Result Putt iio-- . u.ietiiisu, uvnvj up In HlHSil lllll Wlllrll are now " Issue of Ratification Squarely Told They Must Oesert Their confronting tho world. Ho explained Tr"?ppr; l$y L!WrPnT "',on ? ',ous?nill,al ,,ml ft g,owln Up to Pres dent Standpat Position. tho meaning of a number of GaMard, Wmw Summers, Clydo tiro within. Then wo went in for 01,0 llmkim ai"1 Gocbel tho nlglil. Wo told stories, saryr, words which aro common in thoI;,7L, Washington, Nov. 14. Tlii rewnoWashington, Nov. If. Demand of 'int' cur ' 2 tlon n."' newspapers of today, such as Bol- - Al lo r tide 10 of I lit-- I.cnguu "f mi I mi minors fur o .10 hour week and M,ss Tr0V!l 0011,0 entertained at oclock. Wo tried ono man for Hons covenant, drafted l.y tiio foreign' shevism lied Soviet Ono Interest- por ncri.n0 , WUBl. .nn, was found guilty relation ointiilttt'c, wnn mlopti-in question which was brought iip'J'-- f cm1,f1i'3 home; Clarence Nic- - murder. Ho by IiiiIiosmIIiIIUIos iinil ounhl to lie elim '""Scd lo (ho nearest tree. tlic Hi'iniiv lifter nil nttt'iiiitN to uiut'liil inated nt the very lioKlnnlng," Sitrc-Inr- y ' Lok ,pfl,rty' is of current Interest and Is bolng koIs, Wilson declared In opening thp given as much attention al Ihn pres- vvuiiiuk, irum i;inj uciuck uiuu u:i;. aiiowicr man was iricti ior stealing It tuiil liit'ii (lofi'iitcd. The rcKcrwitlmi votitl I tlie The invited guests were: Misses a hog and was found guilty. Then conference between union olllctnlit iiimI hibits. ent time ns is any oilier problem WIImiii kiiIiI would "cut tliu operntnm enlled by hhii to fiettlo the Lora Hcrndon, Columbia Sellers, wo engaged in story telling. Borca's old student, Berlin Rivcn-bcr- g, which affects fundamentally Democ- Glcnna Hunter and Zeppra During the day wo roamed around licnrt of tlic trfiity," nnd h wild to ilHTerenees exlNting In tiio cout liulivt-trGooch. Is, "What afand his wife, who was Elslo racy. That question Messrs. John Wilson, Carl Huntley, and in like manner spent tho timo Imvo been the only nrtlrlu drafted by ll.lllM'tf, Marsh, aro living in Chicago, whero fect is Russian Bolshevism produc"The rtiinilpnt iMmltlon tnken tiy the Morton Itatliff, Taylor flobinson ami till early Monday morning, when wo The voto on ,tlu rmervntlon vsnn operator heretofore nlso In on he is business manager for ono of ing in America today?" The ans- - Mr. Simpson. Evcryono had a dc- - returned lo tho place of civiliza- - Id to XI. All of the MKHtlve vn-npnannf In mnf hit frill ml In llirt tho great Y. M. C. A. centers. until the ecretnry, nipping t,mc Vpplcs and fudgo lion. wri- - hy iMnocrntN. I'our Dcmocpitu Hie tnhle to emphnKire bin iittrnmcrn. Tho President's Secretary, Miss bor unrest. It may be found In tho! n.s"lful ero served (Jon'. HinmI. tintth of (Jcorcln. WnMi AilmlttliiK tlmt the WimhltiRtnii wnre i i f UlU Anna L. Smith, has been visiting KlMillll'ilb IlillMU Ity U1IU Ul ii. llttMfJia Miss Ruth Isaacs and Miss Clara of MiifKiicliuvetli) ntd with tin-ncreemeiit win Ntlll In force, the secof tho American Federation of Labor donors and supportors in Detroit, School for mluptlou. Mao Thompsom sncnt Saturday retary (lectured tho people were not in and had a pleasant visit with Miss during a recent controversy night with Miss Thompson's aunt The Roll Call. 'ShylockV nnd did not. wnnt to exnet which he said tho American FedCameron, who was so long Matron Miss Lucy L. Ritschcr, Dean of Mrs. Carrol Hatsori, of Borca. The roll rnll on the committee rr "the technlcnl provisions of n bond of Ladies Hall, and later of Boono eration of Labor would obey Ihn when tiio conditions under which tl Tho young ladies who room at Women of tho Foundation Dcpart-Dodg- o rrvntlon follow: Tavern. Miss Cameron sends greet National Government only when tho Kor the reservntlon Itcpuhllrnnn: bond wus Hindi' have rlutiiKed." Houso entertained with a nicnl, gavo a social on last Tuesday Great World War a Reason. ings to her old Berea friends. Sho orders given by that government social, Monday evening, from 0:15 night for tho boys and girls of tho Hull. Itonih. llnimleKee, Culclor. Oip-I- t. Mr. Wilson snld he hud called the is expecting to lako a voyage to tho seemed to them lo bo wiso and reaColl, CuinmliiK, Curtis. Ullltnplniin. until 9:15. The guests were ' second, fourth and eighth division! sonable. Wherever tho answer may Friuicv. conference, "not simply bectuise then West Indies this winter. i:de. Klklnn, Full, Messrs. Oscar Combs, Grccno Hopg, of tho eighth grado. It was greatly rri'lliikhuyM'ii, (jrunnn.Kernald. Iliinlliic. Is n Inhor dispute In the inlntns fields, Ilnle, be found, and however puzzling llio Elmer Walklns, John Wilson, Har- - enjoyed by all who wcro present. JohiiNon (Cut.), Kenjon, Keyer I.n but bemuse the world Is still pnsslng Riddle of Russia still may be to stuIan Franklin, Taylor Baker, Homer Other divisions havo tho promiso of Kollftle. I.cnrM)t, Um'kk', McCumhi-r- , thnmpli n Krent crisis." BROTHERHOOD IN KENTUCKY dents, the fact remains that tho lec- - TVlllinfl Poul ... uu Ion.. TA.nnt. 1fHn n onMnl Tim. tiAnn Mini tl u,a V.A McNiiry, McLenn, Hones, New, Norrla, Review Ins previous iiegntlntlnn nt SCHOOLS uwlni ' .ak lure of last Thnrsdnv mnrnlmr1 I'll Be. Penrose, k gu I'hlppi. Polndexter. Buffalo, Phllnilelphln nnd Wnshlncton 800n. wh( Snir,0 0 In an educational address, recent- served to arouso a keener interest and Coyle. All report a good time. W. Lockln and D. M. Roark Shermm. Smoot, Spencer, Sterling the secretory snld the failure to rench ly, Edward K. Cook, Principal of in the affairs of that land, Ico cream and fako we're spent tho day last Monday hunting Sutherland, Towuseiid, Wnrrun. Wnt-so- nn agreement had resulted In strikes served. Kcntcnia Schools, said in part: which is not so far away but that li Democratic (lore. Heed. "not only In the central field, but nlso Tho now society started by tho with J. E. Davis, tho Sloyd Teacher, "Kentucky's school children of to- it can arouso in America an appro-hensi.Smith ((in.). Wnlsh (Mnss.), 4. Total, In other fields where no drmnnds hnd Normal girls met Saturday night whoso homo is nino miles cast of 10. been mnile upon the operators." Minday aro becoming tho thinkers and over some of tho things and had their first program, which Berea. They report that rabbits aro Agnlnst the reservation Democrats: ers In the outlying fields, h added, leaders of tomorrow. Thoir atti- which aro happening thcro. was a groat success. They also dc- - plentiful. Ashurst. Heckhnm. Dlnl. Fletcher. were not nt fault because of their tude toward progress and human The sermons of Rev. Hulchins, Rolllo Cress, llio president of Grant Jny, (Jerry, Harris, Ilnrrlson. Hen- failure to present demands, tiecnus It welfare will determine her rate of Uastor of Union Church, which have elded on a namo for it. Appala- Hitchcock, Johnson (S. D.), wns well known that the miners hnd uplift and betterment. They mean been given in Upper Chapel tho past chian was chosen. "Not lo tho top, and Leo Literary Society, took derson. (N. M.). Krndrlck. Klrby. Mo been willing Hint nil districts tie repdinner with some of his friends who Jors but climbing." the progress or regress of her every two Sunday nights, have been very .Myers, Nugent, Overman. resented In negotiating n wnge scale Hvo in Berea. Ho says that a change Kellnr. ! ''"t ""II objections had coine from institution. Tho unparallcllcd ad much appreciated, by the students, . Friends of Miss Edna Clark will Owen. I'helnn. IMttmun. HnnMlell. Hon- vantages they today enioy qualify as has also been the music rendered bo glad lo know that sho is improv- -, of diet Is good for tho mind and Insoii. .Sheppard, Smith (Mil ). Smith the operators." "Above nil." said the "we them for leadership or for personal by Mrs. Hulchins and Miss Jame- ing some, after her operation for, soul. (S. O, Stanley, Thomns. Trnmuiell. Miss Gladys Gray rolurned Mon- - Underwood. Wulsh (Mont.), Wllllnms. are confronted with the fnct that the appendicitis. gratification. They should and son. great muss of people dependent on con! day from a week's visit with homo Wolcott 33. must Dccomo citizens or power ( .folks. Senntors not voting were paired as In their everyday life are Interested In A GOOD SCHOOL REPORT power which may bo used to bless reaching n settlement not only In the 1,10 foundation Literary Socitics follows: Kor (he reservation: Educational Division No. 10. Sub- Tho College and Academy football or exploit their fellow-citizen- s. central coal fields hut In nl) coal fields. Republicans Jones (Wash.), power means their oppor teams met on tho Collcgo gridiron district No. 3, Counly of Madison, nro Panning to havo a joint social mis Knox. McCnrmlck, Nelson. New- It is for that reason I have asked yoor I tunity. Shall they not bo taught lo last Monday afternoon. Tho results (Known as Scaffold Cano School) joalurday, isovember 29. berry, Wndsworth 7. Democrats-Shie- lds meeting here. Tno Franklin Society had a very recognizo that opportunity as an ob if the former game was reversed. for tho school month beginning, Oc- Prompt Action Is Urged, 1. "I desire to recommend Hint ligation to serve? Shall thoy re Tho Collcgo men proved to bo loo. tober 20, and ending November 14,1 interesting program last Saturday RepubAgainst tho reservation ; night. Tho question, "Resolved that licans None. Democrats llankbead. wale committees representative of all fuse to regard their ability to grap much for tho Academy and rolled 1019: courlry llfo is moro pleasant than Chninherlnln, Culberson, King. Homer-en- the fields proceed to negotiate an adWhole number enrolled lo dale plo with any situation as an oppor up a score of 13 to 7. It was a hard Smith (Ark.), Simmons, Swnn-wi- n justment. I want to point nut to yra cil' Iifc" was Abated. Tho de- tunity lo gratify themselves at the fought game, but tho splendid team Male, 19; Female, 22; Total 11. Hint prompt action is necessary. As 8. Averago Tor expenso of their less fortunato fello- work of tho College men gained tho allenilanco the lmtors were Leonard Cook and Ar- -( long us your trouble were local In w-men, Text of Reservation. month Male, 18; Female, 21; Total, ,1,ur Strong, affirmative; and Cato. and shall not they en- day. A largo number of spectators text of the reservation Is as chnrncter, only afTrctlng n small partn nnu w. u. uownnu, negative. The amun deavor to find in tho wcro present and great interest, 39. of communities, there wns no ikmsI-tloI follows: Percent of atlendanco based on Tho afflrmalivo won. bringing into self-hotho down- generally, was shown in tho game. to hurry you, hut when your disobll- 'The United Stntes assumes no Tiio Franklin- - and Grant and Leo for month Male, 95; trodden and tho submerged? A big game is scheduled for enrolment h tnrrllnrlnl Inti'i? putes take on n nuignltnile Hint nffecta will havo a joint debate, Saturday nlry. H.en Jhc people at Female, 95; Total, 95. "Such an idea of tho obligation Thanksgiving Day. rlty or political Independence of any " ""Iter of Tho above statement is a part of night, November 22. Tho question other country or to Interfere In con-- , ''"''; of tho man of ability to tho man "iMstent that you come to a tho report Just submitted to the is, "Resolved that Abraham Lincoln troverles between natlons-whe- tber less fortunate was foreign to tho was a greater man than Gcorgn MADISON COUNTY CHALLENGED Superintendent of Schools of Madileague or not under ,l,''",''n,' of the ancient world. Wo. hear no hint of 'nln,", inference demnnoXl it among tho Babylonians, tho Tho following challenge to Madi- son county. Wo aro wondering if Washington." In Grant and Leo the provisions of nrtlcle 10. or to em- m Sr cent Increase In son county has been received from thcro is any school in tho county Hall Rollie Cress and John Llewelyn ploy the mllltnry or naval forces of the Egyptians, tho Greeks, tho Romans It Is " " IT,,ll...l Vlnl... iin,l..r nnv nr r e of Hie uuirr uiiiik, tho County Illiteracy Agent in War- that can show a belter record for of Grant Leo will lako tho among them brotherhood was an treaty for any purposi'. unless In any fair to sny to you now Hint n and Cato Smith and James tho past month. unthot of conception. Tho samo is ren: pnrtlculnr case the congress, which, week In the present Industrial condi"Realizing that tho great county Is Ihcro another school In tho llagor of Franklin, negative. In tho under the Constitution, has the sole tion of the world Is Impossible In con I lands truo today in Franklin Hall, tho aiTlrmallvo will power to declnre vvnr or nuthorUe the mining. I renllze the fnct that miners and even in Christian lands among if Madison lies under tho dripping Stalo of Kentucky in rural that can equal or surpass bo represented by Jacob Brewer and employment of Hie mllltnry or nnval seldom have nn opiiortunlty to work men whoso natural lives havo not of tho eaves of tho sancuary of r a week now when the maxibeen transformed by tho spirit of learning Tho Eascrn Kentucky this record ? Como on, fellow Charles Hall, or tho Franklin So- forces of the United Stntes, shall by mum Is 48 hours. If you mnke n mnil-imiState Normal School, which is com- teachers, show your records If you ciety; and tho ncgativo by Cameron net or Joint resolution so provide." our Master. of 30 hours under the conititlona Payno and Raleigh Hall of tho Grant ' surrounding 'Tho Christian religion has pro- parable in many ways lo our West- havo a good ono. the mining Industry It Let us nolo in passing: Thero and Leo Society. BLOCK DELAWARE LYNCHING means nn effective working week ot vided our schools and placed with- ern Normal School In Warren eounly, and dcsplto tho fact that aro only ONE boy and ONE girl j very much fewer hours Hmn that." in reach of all, even the lowest, tho priceless blessing of an education; Madison counly stood 57lh In 1910, in tho subdistrict who aro not In Police Rush Three Negroes Who J The reason for this, the secretary Vocational Schools plained, wns the seasonnl demand for Patrolman Out of State thereby realizing tho aim of Chris- whilo Warren stood 79lh, also rec- regular attendance al llio school.' coal In tunny districts nnd inlno ncd- Slain While Seeking Firearms. Cloyd N. McAllister tianity, to treat every individual as ognizing tho fact that Madison is dents nnd breakdowns nnd the Impcwi- Mr. R. W. Frame, a former student enjoining upon almost within tho shadow of tho a son of God thus Wllmlngton. Del.. Nov. IB. Fearing nihility of furnishing transportation Capitol and tho Sourco of Moonlight tho Business Course, who has of him tho duty of dealing fairly and equipment to keep PROFESSOR HUNT TAKES School Activity of tho Slalo and Nabeen employed for some years with enraged cltlzcni might nltempf to . working regularly. all of the miners justly with every fellow-brothe- r. negroes chnrged with murlynch NEW WORK tho L. &. N. R. R. at Harlan, has dering three tion, Warren county challenges Such a notion of brotherhood you Calls 60 Per Cent Raise Impossible. n policeman and probably morWilliam Carl Hunt, of Berea, is lately accepted a belter position tally wounding another peace otllcer will find nowhero else than in tho counly for first placo in 1920. "No one knows," continued (he one of tho threo field workers of Ihc II. II. Mills, Coulny Agent Warren." with tho Harlan Grocery and Grain here, police rushed the prisoner to "to what extent production Word of God. It springs DiCivilian Relief etafT of tho Lako Of course, Madison county accepts Company of that place. Ho has also I'hllndelphla. The negroes, Lemuel, would be reduced by the Introduction from tho doctrine of God's Fathervision, American Red Cross, to be working day. and In been married. James nnd ohn Price, brothers, were, of a hood, which sentiment is found in tho challenge. But lo accept is not chosen to lako a special intensivo Wo should like to assure Mr. Long being held In the central iollce tda- - ( these times when wo hnve not yet rano other placo than tho Bible. to win. It will mean that evory courso in community work at that ho has tho sinccro sympathy of tion. The snle of llrennns In (he city covered from the effects of the wnr wo This Christian conception of so- ono must do his utmost, teachers cannot to undertake the expert-bee- n tho cntiro faculty and student body lias been stopiicd and negroes have ment ofafford and citizens. It will not bo tho eM ciety is a human Brotherhood reducing working hours to nlr "r- - """A h,ahs lcJ for lho ca01 in liis recent bcroavcmcnL wnnied to keep off the streets, growing out of a Divino Fatherhood fort of a day or a week, but slrcnu- Th murdered pollcemnn wns Thomna per day nnd five dnya per week." whero courso opens, No- James Ramsey, J. M. Keith, D. W. a redeemed humanity ous effort thru tho whole year. Do Y'nmlin. IT n , I ...III In which Referring to demands of the mlaera . JI Hurry C. Pierce, the wound-l"l will uuilllllliu UIUII Brown aro recent strong additions U Ill let l shall do tho Father's will individ- not wns shot three times. The for " w l,pr cent Increase In wngea. " iask IIoad"uar' to tho Senior Class. M. Colson is ed olllcer. ecretnry snld such an Increase NOW. Madison ually and in collectivo relationships. go to tho shooting occurred when tho two pu- - ' n ui wiu nun added lo lho Junior Class. "Wo havo not yet attained this counly can win, if all get back of u;iTho rourso la usa. to trolmeti went to the Price home to I" nn lmiosslhlty, ns it would give is aimed meet lho Tho Senior Class social on last Investigate tho stealing last week of the miners wnges out of proportion to ideal even in democratic America lho job and go in lo win. generally expressed need for moro Afrinilfiir mnn n r "lt,r Industrie, ttna nntnvnt Yv nil scores of guns from n gun store. The ! so civilized and christianized whero knowledge on tho part of HCllllTi guns bud been jiuwned In this city. lllnn Pins, mot nl Mn Tlnlrd'a injustice, 8clllshncss, oppression, workers, of tho technlquo of com NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SILVER SELLS AT $1,301, present was ono suffering, sin, and covetousnesi munily work. Experts on tho sub and tho number to EDUCATION POSTPONED hundred. Thanks Mr. and Mrs. ARE WARNED OF BOLSHEVISM abound, after centuries of Gospel Highest Price Quoted for White Metal tho Jcct of child wolfnro, public health, I laird for their splendid hospitality. Dean McAllister received teaching. But tho spirit of ChrisSince It Was Demonetized rural community needs, foreign- - Y. Big word Tuesday that tho Conference Finnish Leaders Advise National CounC. A. meets in Kentucky W. tian Brotherhood is today becoming Demands From China. that had been announced to bo speaking pcoplo and other social Hall al 0:30 on Sunday evening.' Louis to Dewars of cil at 6t. widely disseminated and exceedingProblems will bo present lo talk . "Red Terror. New York. Nov. 12. Sliver bullion ly forceful brotherhood not as a hold In Berea on November 25 lo Miss Boworsox is leador. Evcry- 28 had been postponed. It is hoped 0VT 'ho questions outlined for tho , . Iv sold nt $1JW)H an ounce, thus inlnc doclrino simply, but as a principle St. lunula, Nov. 14. A warning under the "10 to 1" ratio to gold for 15 to Institute. Ono of lho foatures of it to bo realized in action. May tho that lOOA may boI held January l.nlni, lllll ngnlnst bolshevlsm was soundeil In a the II rut lime In nearly N) years. At !r.no MllrSA will tin Ihn nMlnnlnllnn ll,lna nxn la teachers and pupils of Ken'ucky cablegram from the natlonnl council Hint price the ratio was 1.1 o 1. Ttila y Fred C. Croxton, of tho Ports- - 'n . hoNo.rfm. DcParlmont schools become so thoroughly im- planned; tho best speakers will bo mouth Ohio of women of Finland, reud nt the sen- - prlre makes a silver dollar worth has been appointed Red Cross Homo Scr- bued with this spirit of Christian secured. All will bo specialists In vlco extension plans. rector of nural Organization for lho slon of the nnflonal council of women about a cent more as metal than Portsmouth lines. All who aro interested of the united States, In convention money, nnd Is the highest report?! Brothorhood and unselfish service, I?iv,s ?" lXcd Cros3' Vh,c,L "no of tho most complete pro-- 1 L. here. Tho message from Finland re- since 1872, when the metal wild at in tho spirit of Him who In Rural Education should lay their that r to attend all tho meetings of grains for community work of any ? cited (hat In 1017 Itiisslun soldiers ills JU'JVi nn ounce, shortly before taught and lived it, they shall go bolshevik gemlnuted propuguhda iteu i;ross ciianter In lho country. was demonltlzed by luteruiitlotuil , forth to battle for its progressive lho Conference. sev-no- ht throughout Klnlnnd and for a while It agreement. Afler finishing tho course, the ,l01 W0lor ln realization." oral months. ,nii- - nn worVora ...in The present ndvnnce in the metal hi appeared that tho nation was "In the The Rattlesnake's Rattle, It added, however, said to he due to enormous dvuiaa4 throes of terror. to carry on lho praco tlmo work The rattle of the rattlesnake Is de- of tho American Red that the government hud radicalism from China. Iodine for Scratches, Wanted Only "Overgrown." Cross, tho key-no- to Scratches on dark nuk furniture may veloped from the single mnlrul acnle Florence, having Invited Karl to her under control at present In the same of which is "service to AmeriBullet Misses Admiral ke grontly Improved in appearance by or epidermal sp'ne. which In moMt cans." birthday, was anxiously waiting for year, the message continued, food was Hasle, Nov. HI. Iludupest newspacarefully painting the scars with Io- snakes forms the Internal tegument of nn Invitation to Karl's purty. One ao Bcure In Finland that the poorer Mr. Hunt Is an alumnus of Berea the tall. The bone on which the roof dine,' using as many coats as necesday she nuked him If she wns going clnssea were forced lo make bread pers announce that a revolver shot waa sary to produce the desired depth of of the rnttle rests consists of the Inst College nnd Columbia University, to be Invited to his party, to which out of h mixture of oatmeal and saw- fired at Admiral lorlhy, former In chief of the caudal vertebra nnd Is covered with nnd also attended lho University of he replied: "Oh. I'm not going to have dust. The women thanked America color. When this Is dry go over th navy, but that the bullet missed for assisting In alleviating the toed whole piece of furniture with a good a skin which Is the beglnnlns of the Tennessee. For several years hi) any kids at my party, only overgrown Its murk. Toe assailant wua situation. rattle In young rattlesnukes. furniture polish. was profess or of history and civics people." T,'0 Excelsior Literary Society! SIOMA TAU'S MOUNTAIN DAT President Frost is nwny from Tho College Department was fa- Sigma Tan Literary Society went Berea this week. Ho lias been in vorcd with n very Instructive as wo'l WM invited by tiio Phi Delia So- . i. t l l i n ri , cnuf 11. itiucngo nnu oilier places in mo m as inlernstfng lecturo by Dr. Robert - clnly 10 l"0'r program, sat- - to tno mountains last Saturday lores t of tho College son on tiio "Illildlo of Russin" last nrilay ngM, November 15, 1010. evening, November 15, instead of accepted wim pleasure, ami Having n regular meeting as usual, Tho dormitory known ns Hunting Thursday morning. Russia is I (,y Hall, on tho Academy Campus, is bolng enlarged to twico its original size. It will then conform to Put nam Hall, which stands across tho court. Tho construction is being rapidly pushod forward, so that it may bo dono in timo lo accommodate soma of tho additional students who coma in for tho Winter Term. Tliero arc need of several other buildings at present, among which aro an administration buiding, a class room building for llio Foundation School, and ono for the Col lege, and other dormitories for both men and women, and a cabinet building for scientific and other ex- 1 H'm,' '. d 1 .i'1' "' lmpo-xlblllty- ." s i.i.. Foundation , o.. far-aw- ay n on Kel-log- wr e. on od '"" , ! "' , an suh-dislr- ict ni aec-reta-ry, full-fledg- ed i six-ho- "n. .! ..-- T.,o. c'l' '""" 1 11 1 aL1 ' Dl-th- oir ',, KUV S.l sll-v- er coal-niund- er Aunlro-Haa-carta- n November , itit , ' Vilfei cifttliN Thrrt BIG BEREA SALE At 1 0:00 O'clock a. m. I Friday, November '19 28, Situated at corner of Railroad and Depot Streets next to the station. This property consists of a fine modern brick hotel, 18 rooms, steam heat, running water, electric lights, completely furnished and equipped for hotel. Also restaurant and grocery. This property is convenient for transit patronage and is filled to capacity every day. One of the best money makers in Central Kentucky. Tract No. 2 Dr. S. R. Baker Property 10-roo- Also known as the W. G. Nicely place, consisting of a fine modern home formerly used as boarding house. Well built of No. 1 material. 5 vacant lots all on railroad switch. Best place in Kentucky for large business house either wholesale or retail. These run from street to street, accessible from both ends. Also a lot on switch, now has fertilizer house, coal yard and bins and wagon scales ready for use. A big snap for somebody. Also a lot and barn. m Tract No. 3 6-room Chief Watkins Residence A comfortable house and out buildings. 100 yards to College Chapel Good location, good neighbors. A bargain for a man wanting a splendid home and garden for a small price. Tract No. 4 Store Bldg. Occupied by Mrs. Eva Walden This is in the heart of the commercial district of Berea on Chestnut Street opposite Chrismans' furniture store. A good store building fitted with fine living rooms above. Plastered and newly papered. Also a large vacant lot adjoining just right for enlarging the present building, or building a new business house. Somebody will get a snap on this for it will prove a splendid investment. Will double in value in short time. The high dollar will buy it. Tract No. 5 2 Vacant Lots of Dr. S. R. Baker Situated on Prospect Street at the foot of the hill, adjoining the property of B. P. Ambrose and J. C. Steely. Can't be beat for location of home or for investment. Will increase in value every year. A certain bargain and it's going to sell. This property will all be sold to the highest bidder in the order named. Every piece is not only well located but has a promising future for both tenant and investment. You can't go wrong on property like this. Come and see the big crowd bidding on five of the best bargains in Berea. SCRUGGS & WELCH, Agents 0 I'ago Four TUB CITIZEN Mr. William Morgan Swope, Lexington, is n guest In Berea this week. Mr. Swopo was formorly a Collego. Ho is Seiyjfe nl Lowest Cot. Ward for Men anil for Women. student in Berea now a very successful business Private Rooms, llatlu, Klcctrlc Service. Child-birth- November 1911 Berea College Hospital Heat ofn Dlff OcLl6 Q 1 f OA TO Ull 11 A 1 U Kqulpmrpt nml Sun-Parlo- Surgery, Care in , GENERAL Eye, Nose nnd Enr PRACTICE Come in nml visit an mlaWUIiment, which In a friend In need, nnd In reach of all (lie people. Koiikrt H. Cowley, M I) , PhrMcUn IIaim.as OuiiLcv, M I)., I'llTflcllll' Makharkt s. (i h ant M. I)., Physician Mis Msuy I.onchcrk, II N., Superintendent Mim Nrm.ik Millkh, R n., Head Nurse CHANGE IN RATES llcglnnlng March l, the rates for hoard and room of private patients will be fie. to $18 tier week. The rates for patients cared for In the ward will remain the Mine ft per da. Hy Order of Prudential Committee. Ilerrn College Dr. J. W. MahafTey, visited his son, Hugh, of tbo Acad-- 1 omy Department, last Thursday. EVERY HAT WILL BE John Dcalon, n gradualo of tho 3ULU UINUILK Academy Department of Inst year,) In Berea for n short timo thisL was . . $6.50 week on his way to Northwestern $1000 Beavers lor University, wbero ho wilt enter $15.00 Hats for $8.50 Beginning this week, Tuesday November 4th and continuing of rtlchmond, till Hie entire stock is sold out. What A Bank Is For Tho principal function of n bank is lo stabilcredit, stimulate progress nnd encourage mT ize Edna Early Lake, returned' A bad investment hurts you and harms us. $4.75 lo her home at Irvine, Monday, after $8.00 Hats lor Ono good Investment begets another. a week's visit In town with bor $6.00 Hat (or $3.50 Wo Invito you lo mako uso of our facilities. HU for " " Wo guarantco you courtesy, promptness, efficiKinnard, a former Berea 'J5'00 ency nnd safely. student and resident hero, has been Hats as low as $1.00 visiting his mother hero. Wo aro Authorized Agents for tho salo of Children s hats from 7ac to $3.00 A Community Salo for tho Com- United Slates Treasury Savings Certificates. munily, Saturday, November 22. MORE THAN 500 HATS They aro issued In tho denominations of $100 Proceeds used for Civio Improveand $1,000, and aro always worth moro any TO SELECT FROM ment. NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A Hot ciiocolate, coffee, anil all good month than'llicy wcro tho previous month. VARIETY OF SOURCES things. Entertain your friends at Don't miss these wonderful Como in. and seo us about them. Let us adTho Tent. Let the Woman's Ctub bargains. vise you about your Investments. I At). Ill was a Bcrca do the work. Mm 4 l ft.bUaift tit J ItnW Most of tho parts of a sectional visitor over Sunday. houso aro on tho ground and tho Scientific horse shoeing, lino iron Mr. Jarvls Carrier, of Big Hill, has work and repairs of all descriptions purchased tho two adjoining houses building will soon ho set up by tho at the College Blacksmith Shop, arul Iols lo lho Johnston property. side of tbo Rustic, Cottage. It will UNION CHURCH Main bircci, norm oi 1110 umzen jjo previously purchased on Boone bo used ns (he College postofllce, temporarilv.nt least nd-- , Ono hundred and forty-eig- ht Ofllcc. street. W. B. Waldcn was In Lexington persons wcro present nt tho Union Dr. .Marion Ilobinson performed Sunday-scho- ol 13th on legal business. last Sunday. Tho six surgical operations at tho Hob on the Baker & Logsdon, Dentists collection amounted lo $11.08. Tho inson Hospital, Monday, two of Olllce Hours from 8 to 5. subject for prayer nnd conversaBerea, Ky. which wcro serious cases. All aro Tclcphono No. 3.' tion nt tho service tonight (Thursreported doing nicely. day) Is "Justice, Kindness, and Coddington killed Mr. Bert Meekness." Tho pastor will preach L. 4 N. TIME TABLE rabbits ono afternoon this at 11:00 next Sunday morning, fol- One Way PAY YOUR TAXES week. It was not a good day for Northbound to Bent Old Man lowing Iho Sunday-schoo- l. Tho Sheriff or ono of his deputies hunting, either, "they scd." Train No. 313:38 a. m. For ten days we will offer our entire Hi Cost o' Livin' is to will bo In Berea on November 20 to Mrs. N. E. Davis is visiting her Train No. 3812:48 p. m. stock of Fall and Winter THE WOMAN'S CLUB Have Your Old collect taxes. It will bo (o his conson, Egbert Davis, this week, at Train No. 32 5:13 p. m. On Friday, November II, thirteen venience and yours If you will meol Silver Creek. Clothes Made Southbound members of tho Woman's Club athim at that lime and pay your A Community Salo for tho ComTrain No. 3112:40 a. m. New at the tended tho annual meeting of Distaxes. His headquarters will bo at munity, Saturday, November 22. Af nnVno nn.ro- - 1,C.. Train No. 3312:25 p. m. trict Number Eight of tho Slato ARNETT'S HARDWARE STORE. Proceeds used for Civio Improve- - :n Train No. 37 1:10 p. m. Federation of Woman's Club's at I benefit of our THIRTY YEARS Moholasvillc. MODEL SHOP r COME ONI. .COME ONI !,u (experience in the mi nery bus Tho day was ideal for a motor E. G. WALKER, Mir. Miss Liiliath Itobbins, of Boston, Azbilt motored to Richmond, shop ness, Tho election is over. Now let's ride, and tho luncheon, most hoswho is devoting her limo to social ping, Monday. Main & Canter get down to business. Sinco our The values we offer are the pitably served In tho Presbyterian Phoni 191 Mr. Jim Jackson, who travels for settlement work at Pino Mountain, last issuo we have listed a lot moro results of judicious buvinK and Church, was delicious. was entertained by her friend, Miss the Lexington Dry Goods house, is our stock is absolutely places In and around Bcrca. Som new. We Tho meeting was inspiring nnd ? i. Grace Cornelius, to dinner at Boono making an extended trip thru East'C Cleaning Pressing . real snaps. Ono. placo of 52 acres, aie iioi goniK out oi Dusincss, sent our women homo willi new ern Kentucky this week. Tavern, Wednesday evening. house, and tobacco barn, for merely reducing stock to make enlhusiasms for Iho tasks in Berea Repairing Mr. Frank Jones left for Eastern room The ladies of tho Progress Club only $2,000. on easy terms. Another lor a new .department. which aro calling loudly for Iho motored to Nicholasvillo Saturday Kentucky this week In tho interest Altering and Dyeing of about 200 acres, 1 miles from help which Iho brains and hearts $15.00 Pattern Hats $9.50 to meet with fellow spirits in a con-- 1 of Baird Dry Goods Company, Jel Boron, on good piko. Can sell as a and hands of women can give. 10.00 Hats 6.50 vention at that place. All report Ilco, Tenn. wholo or cut to suit purchaser. Thoso in allcndanco al tho meetMiss Ethel Azbill, of Ml. Vernon both a profitable and pleasant limo. 7.50 - 5.00 Laundry Agency Priced according to tho land liken ing wcro: Mcsdnmcs Baird, Liven-goo- d, with her Mr. Edwin Fee is visiting friends is spending tho week-en- d 5.00 " - - - - 3.00- -. Prompt, Courteous Service and improvcmunli Theso places Oodboy, Lewis, McAllister aunt, Mrs. Laura Jones, at this place, in Berea. 3.50 " - - - . 2.50 Shulf, Vaughn, liaison, Herndon; Work Called for nnd Delivered won't bu on tho market long at these Mrs. Reuben Abner was operated Mr. Morgan Evans of IUchmond, prices. Wo have others, larger and Tarns $1.50 to $5.00 Prtiitl Smith, Taylor, Raino and on for appendicitis at tho Robinson was a guest in Berea this week. smaller. Como out and tell us your B. F. Robinson, Mr. Ralph Osborne motored from Hospital, Monday. Sho is reported AT YE SIGN OF YE JAP. LANTERNI wants and wo can till them. Cincinnati, Thursday, bringing with doing nicely. MRS. JENNIE B. FISH Beginning You wil find Jnnn F. Dcin at BeSEND US YOUR NEWS ITEMS Mrs. Egbert Davis, of Silver Creek, him a party of friends. at about candlo lighting timo (5:30) rea Bank J'riMt Co. When in Tho Citizen is Bcrca's local news on yo everting Berea, Kentucky A Community Salo for tho Com- brought her liltlo son, Lewis Eg of Tuesday, November town call i.t nml u-- him and talk paper. Wo arc munity, Saturday, November 22. bert Davis, hero for a slight operar ? Jap.Lantcrn, over your wants 25lh al with him. But publish Items of n.ono.f ,1 LI Proceeds jised for Civio Improve- tion at tho Robinson Hospital Mon (Mrs L'aura Jonc3, Sl0r(j) It is reported that the Progress wo v0 ucrca unu vic.niiy, out Yo housewives of vo ChrUflan" Herndon is a - rambling man. day. Ho Is reported doing well. ment ". V' . Club has purchased tho Hallio Fee wo jo caicn mm wncro you aro anxious lo gel them. Wo Cliurch will dispense, Miss Laura Taylor and Mr. Straub, for small cash, lot on Choslnut street, next tho Bap havo somo regular correspondents of East Bcrnstadt were united in C.X(i7. Sale tist Church, for tho sum of $2,800, and aro seeking others, but wo wel- such luxuries as: Yo Oyster cooked For. ,;.; an awfuI b man "Uu-OeaStho holy bonds of matrimony at the in fresh cows milk and called soup. Tho Printing Depaclmcnt is sup- come news scII ,10US0 nnd , items sent in by any one o Oys cr cooked residence of tho brido, Boone, Kenplied with a clock to keep the timo in fresh hog As chcap ns any Ilv still on1 at who has something of interest lo lard and tucky, Sunday 10. Our best wishes called Tr od. Yo delicacy. FoP cash or 0 ,nsiBmenl of the boys who work here. pIan readers. Keep us posted on who called Pie made go with them for a long and happy yo homely egg, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Waldcn, Mr. Como on to Dean & Herndon. arc visiting you and your friends, fresh cow's milk, of life. etc., and nnd Mrs. Tilford Wager3, and Mr what Bcrcans aro away visiting, Miss O'Roark who has been em o loaf sliced and spread with yo Blanch Vizncr motored to Lexing marriages, births, deaths, real red pepper, yo cream cheese, yo A New Real ployed in Mr. Scrugg's olllce, has Corner Cfceitnut and Parkway ton, Tuesday evening, took supper estate exchanges, important meetaccepted a position in tho Bcrca chicken, yo herbs and called Sandat tho Phoenix Hotel, and then at ings, BEREA, KENTUCKY achievements and successes of wiches. National Bank at this place. tended a show at tho Anna Meade, yourself or your neighbors in fact Mr. Irving Pete, of Minneapolis, Yo drink known as Cocoa, hot from returning homo, after a delightful anything of interest. Minn, was a Berea guest over Sunyo embers. Yo drink mado from yo Tarai, all colors, $1.50 to $3.00 evening. If you can, call at tho offico and Coffee Bean, hot day. James Coylo has been on tho sick from yo embers. Velours If you arc interested in 5.00 to 10.00 leave your news, wo shall bo glad Miss Lowis is visiting. Mr. and Yo parsonago needs mending and list for about two weeks. 50 good Hats, special bargains lo meet you. If you prefer, write yo town. Mrs. Jesso McKlnney of our Real Estate in Rockastl e carpenters must bo paid. W. Hardin is ill nnd confined to at - - - 1.00 to 1.50 out your news nnd mail to us. But Mr. Jim Gaines liltlo daughter is Gasolino buggies may bo hitched his homo on Boono street. to sign your name. We by yo sido of yo Velvets, Pluib, Hatter's Pluth County, either buying or . ill with typhoid fever at their home W. C. Englo was a business visitor le Miro fool path. must insist upon that not that wo on Center street at this place. ALL GOOD HATS at Lancaster and Stanford this week. selling farms or town t'hall publish It, but,wo do not care Mr. Carl Hunt left Thursday for Big line of Children's Hats, Tho H. Y. P. U. members of the lo print anything if wo do not know TRY TO KlU- - CLEMENCEAU AID his new position, working In tbo Red - $1.00 to $3.00 Berea Baptist Church hiked to tho prices propety, please see Cross field. homo of Mrs. Pleas Evans, Wednes wliero tho new? rame from. Help Political Enemies of George All Styles at this bargain price Mandel get the local news and wo shall Mr. Lewis VanWinkle, of Cincinday tho 12th; a. nice program wad ii" Make It Merry for Him at Dor. l)e grateful to you nati, Ohio, made a hurried trip to deaux, France. rendered. It was followed by eomo If you want a high class pat good Bowling Berea, Ml. Vernon, and n, CHILDRESS & SMITH a tern hat at a reasonable price we feast which all enjoyed. Nov. H. An attempt DOUBLE BIRTHDAY DINNER Green, this week, on business. llnrilemix. to n Run ski nn o (leurci- - Headquarters, Mrs. E. L. Roberts gave n bound win ttinue niece of Miss can suit you in color, style, and Miss Boalright, Miss Charlotte Baker, who has Brodhead, Ky. Boatright, Sr, has acceptod a po- price. Do you want a hat? Do been making quite an extended visit fill dinner Saturday in honor of tho Mendel, rrcinliT llcmeiicenu's clilel who In eonllileiitmi cnndl sition as student and teacher in you need a hat? NOW is the in Lexington with her sister, Mrs. birthdays of Mrs. Ocorgo Dick and ilnte on Hie niitlnnnll.it ticket nfor the Mrs. M. L. Spink, which occur on College. Bcrca ilepiirlment of Cilronue. At two o'clock time to buy while the hats are Dargavcl.jias returned home. samo day. Tho families of tho UK he wns entering his mitomolille tho Mr. Green Bales has a liltlo boy good style, new and you can get at two ladies honored wcro present to the conclusion of n public meeting hi Having bought out tho" sick with whooping cough and CEMETERY NOTICE your choice at reasonable prices, enjoy the many good things to eat, car was mirroiinileil nnd ho nml his coal business formerly pneumonia at the Robinson Hospital. Tho annual meeting of Berea and n most cnjoyablo frk-nuwent imsiiultod with nines and timo was spent ownod by Mr. Baitua Cemetery Association will bo held by A pistol Mint shuttered the ntlckH. all. Wilson, I am prepared in Directors' Room of, Berea Bank & door of the nutomohlle. Mnndel es lo servo all his custocaped unhurt Trust Co, Friday, November 21bI, gold Elgin watch, Lost A mers and all new ones, , 7:00 p. m. at at tho samo location on Quality-ClotheAll citizens interested in tho care with Bcrca Collego fob, somewhere Leonardo's Handwriting. Depot Strcot. We wilt In ono account of the life of Leo and improvement of tho cemetery between Hayos residence on Estill St. and bottom Ccmotcry Mill. Re nardo dn Vinci we rend a curious deliver promptly to all aro invited. Htory admit the great mnn'H handwritpartst or tho city. Ghra J. W. Stephens, Sec ward. Call at Tho Citizen olllce. ing. It seems that It resembled us a call or phono No, M. V in Hebrew or Arabic, for ha IS '' thrift, m!S .LOCAL PAGE ft T Best Blacksmithing Mrs. Eva Walden six-Ico- n Fish's Great Anniversary Sale MILLINERY ,.': - Berea National Bank mh ,.. T PRESS 1 I "... I "7 I On Laura Jones' Store Estate Firm pop-cor- , New Coal Dealer s s clinr-ncte- Shoes and Hats "5 and can bo secured at Rcasonablo Rales Ono cockerel laying soven R. I. Red rlsdt to left of the intc Instead of stock. Phono 1. from left to rlcht, ns we do today. pullo!; flno at tho Commercial Hotel on Depot Also has red shoats. Dr. R. E. One of Du VIiicI'h letters could, there Street. Prompt Service Courte Bartlett. fore, only he read by holding It up beous troatmcnt. U. fore n mirror. , GOOD BOARD AND ROOMS FOR SALE lined his left hnnd and wrote from J. S. Gott Bercn Kentucky F. L. MOORE'S FLOYD GUTHRIE, NOTICE Manager J. M. Coyle & Co. Chenut Street Berea, Kentucky Works TUG HITS FERRY; 3 KILLED anywhere. A child can drivo her. Anyone having a claim against tho Call Miss Jones al Robinson Doien Others Injured Following Col. John White (colored) Estate preIlslon on Delaware River 150 sent tbo samo lo ino properly veri Persons Rescued. fied neconling to law, on or before FOR SALE December 7, 1010. Claims present Philadelphia. Nov. 12. Three men Firet ed after that dato will bo void. Barjicr shop; two chairs, In Lan- were killed and a dozen persons In- Also anyone knowing himself to be caster, Ky.; In tho heart of tho Blue jured when a tug crastied Into a crowd- indebted to suid estate please set Grass; Good Location and Good ed riilladelptuo nml Heading railway Fine Business. Other business is reason ferrybout on me ueiaware river here. tle wltli me. About 150 perttoim were rescued front 2W-2- 2 iw-2- 3 John Herndon, Admin. ic r selling. MAIN ST. ihu ferrr boat W. T. TODD FOR SALE A nlco brown brood maro. Jewelry Store FOR Class Repairing AND Line of Jewelry BEREA. KV. November 20, iOlO vim WASHINGTON ANARCHISTS KILL THREE IN PARADE Centralis Red Fire Into Marching Service Men I. W. W. Meadquar-te- n Stormed. crwKN Pago Five BOONE TAVERN "The mwl homelike and attractive hotel In Kentucky. Ml STREET BLAMED " FOR LOAN INFLATION UANKEP3 OF RESERVE SYSTEM TAKfcU TO TASK FOF PUT. TING UP CALL RATES Seale Theatre Two Nights Two Matinees 1 Berea College ManaRement. First Class, Moderate Rates. For Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists On the Dixie Highway Centralla, Waidi., Nov. 12. Tbrce former ovcrieai soldier were killed l nid four wen wounded when Indii-irhi- Starting Worker Hie ,nnlMlc? of Hie World tired on " day parade bens. The Friday, November 21, 1919 Harold Bell Wright's Masterpiece v on Saturday. November 15, ho h ...... ........ v.. . tuuianlll fnn P II Wo.ln rj acres, In ortcn went Into business wllli Iloylo counly near Perryvillo. in two capital and thcroforo had 20 uteres to J. T. Baker ror to sell at a higher prico than his Iracls, 200.00 ner acres, nnd 40 acres to competitor, which eventually Abner Hilton ror ?22I.O0 per aero. in closing his establishment Also on tho Hth ho sold at privalo on account of lack or patronage and saio ror J. w. Jones n part or tho sufllcicnt financial support. Simrnrm ilar conditions wcro round in nearly Owinn was purchased by Mr. Jones when it sold by Swinebroad at every section. With tho cooperation or (ho Negro men and women auction; this salo was 150.31 acres who aro in business it is tho pur-po- so lo ft. S. Lyon and J. M. Llllard. at or Iho Lcaguo to remedy (heso 205.00 per aero. Making a total tor and other tinfavorablo financial con- tho first hair or November or sales by Swinebroad or 803.01 acres ror a ditions. Southern Workman. lolnl or $223,655.83, and an averago per aero of $258.90. I'.uslcr, un Alrcdalu, Ashland. cnuclit a iiildiil:lit thief on the whart-boa- t Courier, IioIiIIhk him by Hio Iik. Optltrdstlc Thought but the man Juniied overboard before Title worn by the sweat of the Sol Miller, wliurfmaHter, could procure ted dead : Iten Crixpncriindii. mil estate denier, To Force Stock Market Into Llqulda. Hon Expanclon of Credits To Bro. W'arren (Irlinm. ntlorney nnd former kers and Traders Declared To Havo I'nlvf rNity of Wiif Illusion football tnr, INDIAN Been Encouraged For a Time. Artlinr 12. Mci:iftcMi. Tho conditions of a raco chango Dale llnbbard one of the four men A Umlly Newipaper for nil thai It right along wlllt IU religion, nnd lis reotinded. 1st reported near death. "rhe UValarn Nwspnpr t'nlon Nrws flrvtce. ligion Is (ho mcasuro of lis ndvanco-mcn- l. true, anil Interesting , New York oilier wimided men will recover. Storks have had their Nowhcro nro thoso (rutin 1'ulilliliwl nrry Thurtdar at llrr, Ky. Klx allrKcil Industrial Workers of pumhtlnc I'linxe. (julck, unusual n moro evident than among (ho were made. Itetrlliatloii cine were arretted and nmro are BEREA PUBLISHING CO. of our Ncrlltwost. Tho sym-h- ol being plncctLIn Jail u fact an tlicy can sharp a. id unrelenting. The break (tncorporaicd) went fm l er th.nnjbody In Hie of (ho old-llconditions of lie found. WM, C. FROST. t ditor.ln-CMWhen the ahootlnc, which flanhed tlnunelal dMrlet had anticipated. The savagery Is (ho votive offering, still J. O. U.IIMAN. Mmaimi EJilo, ns Hie activity of the wek was the largest In ho found In Iho form of pieces of front the roof of bulldlnc Subscription Hate year, with trading on eer,tl calico (led around (rco trunks; the inarrherx neared Tower avenue. Cen of theIn PAYAULK IN ADVANCK tralla' main street, and Second ave- days of 'J.OO0.O00 shares, grander svmnol or Inn new il.iv i nue, near the I. W. W. hcadciiarters on Yrar 1m Decline- - ranged from about 10 to 1J. ThnilwoMt,.'. vgiHio Chris! Ian church. No doubt Iho began the intruders scurried to cover points the latter In tleneral Moiois 01,1 religions meant much; thoy for fafety. Towards the end of the wim k tame a ii, .7i.,n;. , R . Tr: m.n snj I'liey were there .only a moment. recovery, eiual to about one-t'- i id wrro the best Iho Indians had onJM. iifi.t.i,i uurr.or .n. and With trim determination the service of the di clme. I'rollt taking by tl "iht d?ta'af!r our iiam on ibi to T''olr volivo offerings should not ba wraiaaio your ulnrrlptl'in l ad. If it li not condemned. Wishing (o bo slrong men rallied and. with the dah aliown who hail sup;Hirted the tanrket on H e chananl wllhln thrv wrcki afur renewal notify In koI(ib over Hie top In Kurnpe. they break brought u secondary relatis mm. and hardy (ho Indian, In his search-inlorinetl Hie, I. W. W. hall, which oon under the Inlliien'ce of which Hie v li Mlfdnr numUri will be (ladlr tuiiplM If after divino help, besought (ho was Htrlpped of all furniture nnd d a closed. T.'e fnntlnir.entar posit on e ara nottnnl. Ubrral trrmi rltrn to nr whn ctuln nw ut spirit of Iho slrong and hardy sapMrlptloiu Any nn smiting ut four rcl merits, which iere thrown Into the mains tl e same. ItusluiHS outlook is ulxcrll tlcn can rvrolva Tha Cltltan frwi for ling, and prayed to it that It might ftreet nnd hurtled. A quantity of good despiie Hie lighter credit s.tua onayrgr. holp lilin lo bo strong and hardy, nrm and nminunltlnn nlo was seized Hon. We are not in n panic, and even Adf trtlilnir riln on aiiillratlon. not In a cr'sls. ' liko Itself. For lo (ho Indians all Not only stocks went down, hut In created things all things seemed A REQUEST WILSON RECEIVES THE PRINCE Vestment (securities continued their Next Thursday is Thanksgiving spiritual. Liko (ho Israelites or old downward trend, Joining In the reDay. Tho Citizen is published on they were always very religious; President. Propped Up In Bed, Hear covery of the more speculative Issue Thursday. To avoid being a jjay liko tho Israelites tho Indians or I'orelgn exchanges generally went to Stories of Drlton's Experience late, we proposo mailing out next North America had their prophets; new low ivcord levels, exceeding Since HI Arrival In America. week's paper on Wednesday oven- - like-- thn Israelites (hoso who woro thosemade In August and Scptombi r Wnhlni!ton. Nov. H. President The Industrial average made a net deing. Will our correspondents and "'osr spiridinl had visions; like (lib k. all who furnish us with items and Israelites Iho Indians dwelt In lenls WIIon, propped up In the creat ma cline of o.T.'l points for the In which Itarnn ltnlls gained XM. Corporation bonds articles plcaso gel them into our ami walled upon their gods; and hocany liedKdwnrd VII. slept Henfrew, lost .27. when he later King hands a llttlo earlier than usual at first nnd now and again (ho Is- - vMted Washington In The nasun for the break was, of greeted so wo may accomplish our purpose. rneliles forgo! tho ono God, and the grandoti of that Itrltlnh king. In course, the fact that call money ail (timed after the gods, even as thu Albert Edward, prince of Wales. The through Hie week renewed at from VI ly. But Iho Indians nro learning prince was taken to the president's per cent to 1(1 per cent, and went as VIRGINIA NEGRO BUSINESS nowadays, slowly liko tho Israelites, sickroom after he had had tea with high as ;!it per tvtn) In afternoon loans LEAGUE MIk Margaret Wilson me nigiiest tate since the 1007 panic, Tho Virginia Slato Negro Business Indians had many gods, not ono on Mrs. Wlli-op- . and Mrs. Francis It. Sayre. and even then was hard in get. Som-- ' Lcaguo is merely ono of several ami only 100 much liko nil manThe president laughed heartily at sensational criticism of the hanks un kind, of (ho Father God of Josus similar leagues now In opcrallnn In the vivid and humorous arount the made during 'this fatal weeu. And different Slates. It was never in- Christ. Southern Workman. prince gave of his experiences since there was a kernel of truth In it. tended that tho Lcaguo as such his arrival on the American continent. Thirty per cent inonfy may force seshonM jr.ako any n.oney or cnjjiso "ALWAYS .SELLS" AND IS curities down, but It does not lis their values. Thee are llxed by under...--Inin any kind of business with that ALWAYS SELLING factors, About Sciences and Rellfjlona. principally earnings. object in view. Us object Is to The series of auction sales of Iho The philosophical srlcnce deal win I'rollts are Influenced . relative Negroes (o develop their five Mercer counly farms were sold own resources, (o establish moro by Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man the general principles, laws or eau.ci clieapmss of umtiey, and a central inIn Kurope would huve pat that furnish business enterprises among them- of Lancastor, Ky just as adver- of anything; the rational explanation stitution scount the rationale by which up lis d rates If It saw Its reselves, to patronizo (hem for (heir tised. ' lie facts of any region of knowledge serve dwindling, as had Hie Federal own racial benefit, and to get thoso On Fridav. November 7th. he, sold ure explained. .The phrase Is used Heserve Hank for nrnly weeks. For negroes wno aro already cngagoa (wo farms. Slits acres for J. A. Conn more particularly In reference to the under such policy stocks would not in business (o sco tho vital Import to J. E. Henderson of Mercer counly study of natural philosophy or phys- have been soarJniT There would have Kmplrtcal methods are t!ios not been the tl.igrant inanlnulatiou lanco and necessity or conducting for $2jj.75 per aero amLH3M3 acres ics. their own enterprises on a bcKcr for A. W. Curd to John Curd of of observation. It Is a science that with cotmiwhftcc of banks. grows out. of experience. Such a 'scifinancial basis, (hereby laying a Mercer county ror 5153.00 per ncrc; entist Is versed, or In collect' foundation for moro business, Intel- - nnd on Saturday (ho 8lh another Ing facts and from skilled. FIRST AID thoe facts generIConllntied from Piaa Six) llgcntly managed, which would nal- - double - header, selling 102 acres for alizations are made. There are hunfor tiny stomachs. urally result In greater financial r w . tn Thnm ririiinn f dred of religions. Tho remedy is to produco enough Incomo and profit. ,v fn ,on m foods in summer lo last till tho next Tho Virginia League, now In its and 112JI acres ror A. Glllisplo to summer, and then sloro them away U. S. NEWS sixth year, has within tho last few Wm. Beck ror 270.50 per aero. so thoy will keep. (Contlnutd truui years accomplished a great deal in Then on Iho 1 1th ho sold ror J. W. emergency." Hero arc somo successful ways of way or creating Interest and Baker 210.01 tho acres near Burgln (o storing foodstuffs: sentiment that .nro being utilized B. Wliilo ror $293.00 per acre. Turnips. Dig holo in ground on Washington, Nov. 18. Tho Housa rtiltrAni.AA.i.lat rpi,... i 1. T The Citizen TREE-WOnsn- iP Shepherd of the Hills In-dl- iln-W- - -- ott, to ih., gs lfi y 18. Ten Reels of Unusual Interest A story which food fpr Relection is hictt, Matinee 25c,;Nigat 25c and 50c, Plu War Tax Showing at 2:30 and 7:30 p. m. i.w nn COMMISSIONER'S SLE B. P. Hoskins, Admx. Plaintiff fu Z: ""'S.ar'An.l a today began marking time, awaiting tho Senate's permission to adjourn. No further business sessions will bo held during tho remainder of tho special cssion and many members rrom nearby states already have left tor tholr homes to spend brief vacations beforo regular session la December. a well-drain- ed spot- - Lino whole with straw or shucks. Pour in 2 or 3 bushels of turnips, cover with corn stalks or straw, cover this with boards, and throw earth over these.. Ditch Iho tho mound to keep ii wi 'uvm. brain may he worn a blush. Farm! Farm! Farm! Opportunity knocks on every man's door once. Farms arc 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. K1DD Real Estate Agent BEREA KENTUCKY Washington, Nov. 18. Whilo his cabinet was meeting in tho executive ofTlccs of tho White Houso this morning, President Wilson agaia Domeatlc Cat DUtlnct Specie. was wheeled out t otho south lawn The Egyptian cat seemed to hare a good claim to the honor of being the whoro ho remained in tho sunshino ancestor of the domestic cat, both, on, for half an hour. Secretary Lans account of Its tapering tall and size.. ing presided at tho cabinet meeting, much. Iri which It bears a creat similarity to. which was Iho regular session, and 3. Sweet Potatoes. They will rot the domestic cat. Hut peculiarities-whicmost of tho members wcro prcsont. badly ir buried in cellar or In a were discovered In Its dentltloni damp place, (aj Wrap In paper. were snfllclent to remove Its claim. So. It seems best to consider the domesWashington, Nov. 18. Compro- Put into small boxes and set theso tic cat a distinct species. mise moves to rcscuo tho peace .'11 tho attic, (b) Or build a special treaty from a threatened deadlock potato and applo houso. Build mado such progress today that IU small houses with doublo walls friends declared it had moro than Fill in between walls, floor and coll ing with dry saw dust. Build an oven chanco for lire. So far as it had taken definite door above tho ground. Make nn form tonight, tho compromiso pro- air shaft thru tho roof ror voatila-tio- n. gram called for a final volo ThursPut broad shelves on ail tho day and pointed toward acceptance walls. I will sell to the highest bidder the farm of John Robinson, Lay potatoes or apples on Iho of tho reservations or tho foreign on the premises, on relations commiltco without tho re- shelves,, boing careful not to pllo quirements that thoy must bo ed them too thick. On very cold nights to affirmatively by tho other keep an oil stove burning In tho houso ir freezing threatens. powers. (0) Or build a shelter on posts 8 Washington. Nov. 18. PPrealdanl or 10 feot high. Hean un a nlalfnrm This farm is located on Muddy Creek ,road one mile from Wilson today vetoed tho bill jestor-- 1 ot dry earth about a fool higher the Big Hill and Richmond pike, and one mile from the tho surrounding ground, Ing to tho Intcrstato Commcrco Com-- 1 tban Ditch well. Dreyfus pike and contains 203 acres. mission lis nrc-w- ar power. Pour several bushels of potatoes on this, cover with cornstalks It will b: offered in two tracts and then as a whole; the., or straw, laid on thick, and throw WORLD NEWS way it brings the most money being accepted. (Contlnusd rrom Pia Oat) on a mound ot earth. When vegeot money to incrcaso her fleet looks tables nro taken from mound, great Tract No. 1 contains 103 acres with a new 9 roem house, one tohacce hani somowhat toward the somo end, as care should bo taken to rcploco tho 39 by 60, one stock bam, imoke-honi- e tad commcrco and a fleet go together, i covering. 3. winter Apples. Tho applo houso Tract No. 2 contains 100 acres, a good three reoa house, one ban, we Among tho many plans to erect is built liko tho potato houso de- moke-homgood well in yard. monuments, a unlquo placo muM bo scribed abovo. Applos should bo given lo Iho purposo of Iho 8oclety frequently examined and all decay- day of tale. Terns made kaowa ror prevention or Cruelly to Anl- - Ing fruit removed. mats to erect a monument in Boston Another good way to keep apples to tho Horses and Birds that sur- - is lo put them In small or died In tho recent war. dialed boxes or crates and set these Perhaps It will teach a lesson of on shelves in tho cellar. They kindness that will bo worth tho out-- J should bo picked over frequently JAMES EVANS, AsctMaeer BEREA, KY., R.F.D. H. 2 i and Kept off tay oi money. the damp floor. surface water 'out. Several inches of dirt should bo thrown on lo prevent freezing. 2. Irish Potatoes. Dig holo as above. Lino this with straw. Pour in 3 or I bushels or assorted potatoes, cover well with corn stalks or straw, put in tho boards and cover thoso with earth. Dig drainage ditch as before. Potatoes put into a warm cellar rot and sprout too vs. Southern National Bank & Co. Defendants. Pursuant of judgment and order of sale entered in tho abovo styled action, by tho Madison Circuit Court at its October Term, 1919, tho un Inrslcnnd Commissioner will oxnoso to public sale to tho highest and hest bidderat Iho hour or 10:30. on Frlday, November 28, 1919, on tho prcmiscs. tho fallowing described propcrty A tract or parcel of land In Madi- son County Kentucky, on tho waters of Jacks Creek and described as follows: Bounded on tho North by Iho lands of T. II, Collins, on the East by tho lands of John Crawford, on tho South by tho lands of Pryso Oumm and on tho West by the lands of Gcorgo Perkins and Jacks Creek, and containing 110.48 acres. Tho abovo described land is in a high stato or cultivation; splendid, sand stone land; raises fino hemp or tobacco, nnd on said premises thcro is a good dwelling and two splendid tobacco barns that will houso twenty acres of tobacco. Tfiero is very llttlo of such land on the market in this counly. And tho judgment in this case is hero referred to for a moro particular description of this land and part thereof. Terms: Said land will bo sold on a credit of nine, sixteen and twenty- four months, tho purchaser being re-Quii-cto executo salo bond3 paya- bio to tho Commissioner with ap- proved security and bearing 6 per- cent interest from day of sale un- 111 paid, with a lien retained on tho land until' said Bonds and interest aro fully paid. It. B. TEimiLL Master Commissioner, Madison Circuit Court. LAND SALE! Saturday, Nov. 29, 10:00 a. m. sharp ralo-makl- ng s hta-boat- e. e, n well-ven-fer- cd JOHN ROBINSON v Page Sit THE CITIZEN November 20, 1919, MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert V. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator COOPERATIVE EXTENSION WORK IN AGRICULTURE AND HOME ECONOMICS SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE Berea's ng HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science A BETTER WITH nch llioro Is no change, unless tho thumps, labored breathing nnd con CARBOHYDRATES starchy food has been thoroughly vulsions. Death may occur within Carbohydrates form tho largest insalivated In tho mouth, Its a very short time. Very few hogs proportion of our dally food, nnd on digestion by tho ferment when slll-va of tho To Members of Agricultural Club recover from this form of cholera them, moro than on tho proteins or will conllnuo for n tfmo In tho Raising Pigs: Symptoms of chronlo cholera, In 1st Door Vocational Schools tho fats, do wo depend for variety stomach. So tho second point to bo Hog Cholera add itinn to thoso of tho ncuto form Training thai ndds to your money-earnipower, combined with In tho diet. From tho standpoint of noled nboul stnrchy foods Is thai Ono of tho most infectious, con nro couginng. arcnon nacic nnu general education. nutrition thoy nro classified Into thoy need careful nnd comploto tagious and fatal diseases nlTcctlng drawn up' flank, red or purplish FOR YOUNO MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printstarches nnd sugars, cclluloso, nnd mastication. ing, Commerce and Telegraphy. any class of domestic animals is hog pfV.r of skin on lowc port of tho gums tho Inst bolng unimportant, Much of tho American dyspepsia TOR YOUNO LADIES cholera. II undoubtedly causes nbdr.mcn. formation of sores nnd Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, ns furnishing but n mlnuto propor'. n form of stnrchy indigestion. Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. greater loss among hogs than any ulcers on the skin nnd shedding of tion of our common food. Unintelligent cooking of stnrchy food other disease Hogs everywhere the hair. Though starches nnd sugars nro and hasty "bolting" and hogs of all kinds, oven Indivldu- 2nd Door As Indicated above, it is exceed Foundation School nt tho head of tho list In importanco, largely responsible of Iho snmo is for lots of als of strong vitality nro subject to uurly Important that hogs bo kept General Education for those not far advanced, combined with aoma jet in this paper wo shall begin our digestive disorders. Generally attacks of cholera, but II Is espo-- 1 in thrifty, vigorous condition, but vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, lower down and work up, for somo speaking, tho more easily soluhlo a dally serious in sections of tho oven if this Is done, every effort we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for knowledge of cclluloso is necessary food Is, tho easier it Is lo bo dicountry whero hogs nro fed practi- must bo mado to avoid getting hog most rapid improvement. to a good understanding of starch. gested. Slarch can bo carried a cally nothing but corn. This is cholera Infection cn tho farm or in Much of tho cclluloso wo como up Inns tho road to dlcosllon tho vitality of tho hog, ns woll tho herd. Proper feeding, good 3rd Door ngalnsl in dally llfo is absolutely English Academy Course ' y V or!,,,Bh cooking. Dry heal will as its body, is not properly devel housing, sanitation, sufficient excr-c- ie inedible-f- op thn llhmrv ilo For those who are not expecting to leach and who are not going II, for in browning tho slnroh, oped by tho uso of corn alone, and, ami extreme caro in nvoiding table, which is cclluloso. On the thru College and desire more general education. It alio give ns In tho crust of n loaf or making consequently, it Is unablo to resist infection must all be practiced. the best general education for thoso who wish a good start in other hand, wo havo n kind so tcn- - lonsl, n new subslanco is nttacks of cholera. In nddltion to formed, Micro aro two forms or vaccina dor nnd succulent wo hardly know study and expect to carry it on by themselves. Improper feeding, nny other condi- tion by means of which hogs can It IJ there, liko tho framowork of dextrin, which is soluble, therefore lo nn appreciable extent nrcdlncsled. tion which lowers tho hog's vitality, Ira mado Immuno to cholera. The tho Iclluco leaf; and then (hero aro Normal School Tho brown lop of a baked rlco pudsuch ns Inck of exercise, damp or "slnglo method" consists of injecting 4th Door sorts, liko tho ding, This gives cxcolicnl training for those who expect to teach. Tho or of a bread or cereal pudding, poorly ventilated sleeping quarters, hog cholera scrum into tho body pods of pens, tho parings of squash, courses aro so arranged that ynuns pcoplo can leach through tho thn baked rnlher than the boiled dirty drinking water, insanitary with n hypodermic syringe. This of apples, of polalocs, which man summer nnd fall and attend srhool through tho wintor and spring, dtimnling. Ihp crusty roll, (he surroundings, presence of worms or renders tho nnlmal resistant or im of us nro learning to utilize, becnuso thus carntng money to keep right on in their courses of study. lice, etc., will mako tho animal loss muno to cholera for, perhaps, not of tho good mlnornls or vitamlncs loaslcd crackers, tho croutons for soup, thcso and other resistant to cholera and other dis- longer than three or four weeks. which aro incorporated in them, nnd eases as well. Academy Course which nro lost when tho parings starchy dishes where n great deal Tho "doublo method" consists of in 5th Door of dexlrln hns been developed have Tho diseaso is caused by an jccling blood from n cholera hog an J This is me straight road to college best training In Mathematics, nro thrown nway. (Ccodingly small germ ono so small, also scrum. This method usually Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subject. The Of tho edible cclluloso thero aro consequently been mado easier of In fact, that it cannot bo seen with makes tho hog immuno for. life. Academy is now Berea's largest department two kinds, digestible nnd indigesMoist hcnli such ns boiling or n microscope. These germs can bo Vaccination Is used primarily as a tible. steaming, will not only burst tho carried from a sick hog to well preventative, but hoga which nro 6th Door College Scientists nro far from ngrcolng hogs in many different ways. Fol aclually sick with cholera may be cellulose sacs. It will ir mis is tne crown of tne wnolo Institution, and provides standard with ono another ns lo whether Iho long enough, chnngo slarchcontinued lowing aro the principal methods of treated by vaccination with the Into solcclluloso which is cdiblo Is likcwiso courses in all advanced subjects. transmission of tho diseaso: "double method." An experienced digestible. A good deal of it is uble forms on tho way to sugar. (1) Visiting Owners A Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. of well nnd competent person should always For found to Icavo tho body without ap- Someilmes thn cook, In making n hogs visit farms whero hogs nro be called in when hog cholera is twenty-fiv- e years the board has remained the same in Berea, but the parent change this must unques- a rorn-slnrpudding or nn nrrow-ro- ol sick with cholera nnd carry tho suspected in tho herd or when it is unusual situation in which the whole country finds Itself now makes tionably blnnrmnwre. will, if iho mlx-lubo branded ns Indigestible. gorms homo on their shoes, horses' desired to vaccinate as a protection it impossible for us to live oa the same money as we have in the past seems loo thin, prolong tho A good deal more, liko tho flno and feet nnd wagon wheels. Owners of nuainst cholera. Tho law docs not cooking In hope of thickening up delicate cellulose of tho applo pulp All students do some work with their hands from six to six cholera hogs carry the germs to permit any ono but qualified vetor of tho flesh of a mealy baked mo purtdlwr. but onlv to find thnt neighboring farms in a like manner. erinarians to use the "double meth- teen hours a week as Janitors or in the farm, carpenter shop, print it grows thinner. Tho long enok-in- c ing office, laundry, boarding ball, office, etc., and receive pay which potato, tnsappcars in mo ncxiy as Stock buyers and others who visit od" of vaccination. prcdfcpls tho slnrch. Acid, completely ns nny other reduces their expenses. different farms carry cholera germs hch ns lemon Juice or vinegar, in Tho boys and girls of Kentucky food. It may bo it is con Any young man or young woman can get an education from form to farm. aro making a great record in club sumed, nnd lms yielded heal and combination with moist heat, brings Exchange of Help When work this year, nnd I am very anxi- at uerea If mere is the will to do sa (2) energy like starch; or It may bo that nboul mupli more quickly (hlsrhnnco holp is exchanged in n neighborhood ous that you tako excellent care of PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent It has only been decomposed by tho railed Iho Inversion of slnrch; sit threshing and other limes, it is a your pig and keep up interest in the by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows action of ferments or bacteria in tho nd whero oven n sllehl rhnnen in common thing for cholera germs to work thru tho winter. Intestinal trncl, and converted Into Iho dlrpclion of predkesllon Is set Expenses for Boys bo carried from farm to farm by tho Very truly yours, gas tho gas which when generated eolnp. the work of Iho bndv In dealVOCATIONAL AND ACADEMY workers. Robert F. Spence, in sufficiently largo quantity makes ing with Iho starchv food Is Ihero-h- v FOUNDATION SCHOOLS AND NORMAL COLLKOK (3) Streams Creeks and river made easier. This is particuCounty Agent us sny wo suffer from flatulency. $ 7.00 Incidental Fee $5.00 I 6.00 larly to bo desired when, ns In the often become polluted and carry tho But whether or not cclluloso is to Room 0.50 C50 650 germs to hogs on farms farther nny oxtcnt nutritious, it is exceed rase of slnrchy puddinirs and breakKENTUCKY CROP REPORT Board, 7 weeks 15.75 15.75 15.75 down tho stream. fast porenln, the food is likolv to ' Kentucky's 1019 tobacco crop Amount due September 17, 1919 27.25 29.25 ingly useful ns nn intestinal stimu 28.25 (4) Buzzards, Dogs and Pigeons brought lanU to promoto digestion, and as oscnno the inallvalIon estimated at 457,330,000 pounds. Board, 0 weeks, due October Zj 1350 1350 1350 Thcso animals feed on carcasses corn 83,700,000 bushels and potatoes such it nppenrs lo bo necessary to nboul bv mastication. Sneaking of cereals, tho sufflrlpnt of cholera hogs nnd in Infected 1,690,000 tho health of nil animals except tho ."Jf.-.'bushels in November 12.75 Total for Term '$11.75 10.75 rooking of this common brrakfnst ymus, ana men carry mo germs Government crop report for Ken carnivora. to other farms. Expenses for Girls So much for cellulose. Now for dish is almost more Important Ihnn lucky, issued whero today by H. I Mm suftlclpnt cooking of nny other (5) Harbored on tho Premises $ 7.00 $ 0.00 $ 5.00 Incidental Fco tho starches. Bryant, field agent of tho U. Unless tho hog houses and lots are Bureau of Crop Estimates. Minor Room 650 650 650 Tho various starches differ con form of starchy food, slmnly be thoroughly disinfected, following an crops reported for Kentucky are Board, 7 weeks 14.00 14.00 14.00 sldcrably in structure. AH (ho mi muse the cerpal Is swallowed withoutbreak of cholera on a farm, tho sweet potatoes 1,29G,00 bushels, ap 2750 nuto granules of slarch, vislblo only out oven n pretence of chcwlnjr. 2050 Amount duo September 17, 1010 2550 gorms may live on nnd later cause, pics 1,620,000 bushels, pears 128,000 12.00 12.00 Board, 0 weeks, duo October 29 12.00 under tho mlscroscopo, aro composod Thn whole trains or pvpn ihnn a second outbreak. Likcwiso filthy bushels, clqvcr seed 40,000 bushels need from six of wco sacs or bags of cellulose, which nro steel-rponds and hog wallows, litter nnd nnd sorghum syrup 2,511,500 gallons "$37.50 '$3850 '$3950 filled with amylose, or starch prop lo elRhl hours cooking; those which Total for Term d, rubbish may harbor tho infection. Last year Kentucky's production of such ns the rolled cr. J no granules of starch from nro All should bo cleaned up, and the tijeso crops was: tobacco 427.500- tho fourdollars deposit, nor monoy for books different sources differ from ono nn urnln. need nt least an hour: nrd This does not include Jitter and rubbish burned. oilier In size, shape, nnd peculiar onlv the fully cooked nrnnnrations 000 pounds, corn 93,(500,000 bushels, or laundry. Corner rooms $1.00 moro. (C) New Stock New Stock may potatoes 5,025,000 bushclsfl sweet po markings, thus tho adulteration of such as the flaked, shredded, or Special Expenses la Addltloa to Incidental Fee IneJaee 1)0 infected when hrotlohl hnmn nnrl talocs ono of the expensive starches, such miffed, aro fit lo eat without fur1,235,000 bushels, apples Winter String ns arrowroot, with ono of tho ther npplicntlon of hcnL Fall 4lmi Inlrnrluno nut, UMUIUl tt UUIUUg I 3,780,000 bushols, ,1 pears 140,000 Stenography and Typewriting ...i. uut.vu $12.00 $13.00 $11.00 Evory slnrchy food has to he con well hogs. Always keep cheaper, such as potato, can bo decd bushels, clover seed 34,000 bushels Bookkeeping (regular course) 11.00 12.00 13.00 stock separate from all and sorghum syrup 2,826,000 gal Bookkeeping (brief course) tected by the uso of tho microscope. voked into surrar in thn body before 6.00 550 650 olhor hogs for threo or four weeks. Ions. Different starches bchavo somowhat it Is fit for absorption this Is what Business course for students This will givo limo for tho disease differently in rooking thus, arrow- Is meant by tho digestion of slarch, Tho increaso in tobacco produc in other departments: o develop, should tho germs bo tion in Kentucky over 1018, In splto 9.00 ?5 .855 root makes a clear, transparent lis conversion Inlo suirar. Since it Stenography present, and prevent spread thru of drought and low yield per aero, paste, and may bo used to thicken has been shown possiblo lo chnngo Typewriting, with one hour's tho cntiro herd. soup or a sauco without causing nclluIoe, In the shape of srrnns of is duo to increased acreage, the 0.00 550 use of instrument 650 Thero nro two distinct forms or averago yield per ncro being only cloudiness; corn starch needs Ion? linen or cotton. Into suirar, It might Com. Law, Com. Geog, Com. hog cholera, viz: acuto nnd chronic. 830 pounds compared to 900 last cooking to got rid of tho starchy nnlurnllv bo thought easier lo bring 1.65 1.80 1.95 Arith or Penmanship, each.. taste, etc.; also, ns a rulo tho nboul tho same change In slarch. Tho acuto form is tho moro com- year. Quality is reported ns 81 mon of tho two. Symptoms of this pcrcenl compared to 8(5 last year, In no case will special Business Fees exceed $1.00 per week. starches of cereals nro less quickly So it is. As in cellulose, It Is done ligested than tho starch of potnto by nature In iho ripening of fruits aro fovor, loss of appetite, depressed Tni United States tobacco crop this If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be nnd other vcgolnble. It may surprlso somo of us to appearance weakness, staggering season is estimated at 1,316,553,000 gait, constipation Slnrch has been cnllcd ono of tho learn that starch Is present In nn or diarrhoea, compader lo 1,310,010,000 pounds Inst in school the full year, by all means they should enter for a course dur ing tho winter and spring terms. basic" foods of man, since it is ono unrlpo nppl nnd Is changed Into year. The public schools will close about Christmas and the teachers II is estimated that approximately of tho most important constituents sugar during tho ripening. In tho CINCINNATI MARKETS. of grains and vegetables; it is pres- slnrchy seeds thero is n ferment 0 percent of Kentucky's acreage and advanced pupils should not be idle through the long winter ent in many fruits, nnd in nil green which changes slnrch Inlo sugar to of corn'was put into silos this sea months but should be studying in Berea where tho best education can Hay and Grain. leaves. Moist heat liko boiling or feed the young plnnL Certain cook-I- n son, but tho averago yield per ncro be gotten for least money. Corn No. 2 white ll.GTi01.OO, No. 2 steaming, bursts tho sacs of ccllu processes inltlalo tho chango of was only about 0 tons, duo to yellow No. 3 yellow $1.50Q drought. There was practically no loso which enclose it, nnd lets out starch Inlo sunar, ns nlrnndy deApplicante must bring or lead testimonial showing that they are L52. No. 2 mixed $1.5101.52, No. mixed $1.4001.51, white car tUOO tho slnrch, which is then easier to scribed; nnd tho commercial confrost damago to corn in this State, aiove 15 yean old, in good health and of good character. This may bi 1.55, yellow ear (old) Sl.4501.50. digest. Hcnco the first point to bo vention of slnrch Into sugar Is dono but somo is now reported bolng ilgned by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliable Hay Timothy per Ion $21.50 Sound noted concerning (ho uso of starchy on a largo scale, nnd Is considered teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. 020.50, clover mixed $21020, clover damaged by tho wnrm damp weathfoods Is that, thoy aro very much ono of tho impnrlnnl lines of food er. Tho avorngo yield per ncro thli For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, $280X1. moro easily digested when cooked manufacture. Mnny of tho syrups Oats No. 2 white 70c, No. 3 white year in Kentucky was 25 bushels 75ttc. No. 2 mixed 75c075V4c, No. 3 compared to 20 last year and a 10 MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. used in candy-makin- g, than when raw. or as submixed 71075c. year nverago of 27H bushels. Another, and moro important stitutes for sugar, aro mado from tho Butter, Eggs and Poultry. point, is (lint in tho body tho diges- conversion into sugar of tho slarch air show, always a conspicuous Butter Whole milk creamery extras ENTRIES PROVIDE WATER FOR HORSES tion of starch begins in tho mouth, of cereal grnins. Tills brings us lo feature, is a record-breake- r. creamery extras C9c, 70c, centralized and is finished only after it has tho third class of carbohydrates, the That interest in livo stock has not Figures talk, possessing a reputa firsts C5V&C, seconds 05c, fancy dairy been impaired by war cxigenoies Is tion for veracity, not to bo Has Two More readied tho intestine. In tho slom- - sugars. Forocast. 02c. disre Driver Usually Drinks During orDay Refreshing indicated by tho heaviest entries garded and a collosal exhibit of apKkss Kxtrn llrels COe, firsts (Be, flrets G2c. but Team Is Neglected. for tho twentieth anniversary ex- proximately 8,000 pure-bre- d and lbs ano hibit for tho International Livo Live Poultry Fowls 4 high-grad- o horses, cattlo, hogs and over 25o, under II V& lbs 17c, rooster Stock Kxposilion this year, to Walter Moore, a writer, 17c, duck, white, J I lis mid over, 2u. sheep at Chicago this year, during says: "It Is a common thing for farmConducted by Prof. John F. Smith in Chicago, Novcmbor young turkoys, 8 lbs nnd over, XW: tho first week In December, will ers to work their horses In the d No aid lo health and living Is oases, somo with scurvy or pollagra C, 1919. Live Stock. from morning to night, watering mark high tido In tho sphere of Tho 1910 entries exceed by nearly live stock improvement effort. them only at noon. This Is dono even iiiui u iiniiui uiiu man uu iiuuuiiiiuucu becauso they do not havo a plentiCattlo Shippers 10.50011, butcher f good food. Whoever has In his ful variety. Children especially good to 700 head thoso of any previous ex steers, extra $11.25012, on days of excessive heat The driver common to fair position. choice $10.25011, usually has two or more refreshing storos a goodly supply for tho win suffer. Tho milk supply often runs $0010; heifers, extra $11013, good Numbers, however, will not bo nt STORE ALL FARM MACHINERY drinks in tho middle of the morning, ter months has tho best proventa- - low because no protection is proto choice $9.50010.73, common lo fulr and again In the afternoon; but tho tlvo of sickness. vided for tho cow. Tho potatoes $000; cows extra $0.50010.50. good the expense of quality, ns tho arisThousands of pcoplo produce rot, tho molasses sour, and tho child to choice $7.5000.50. common to fair tocrats of tho animal world, thn Greater Loss to Implements by Ex horses, who are equally as thirsty, go without. This want of water la not enough during Iho summer lo livo is forced to cat fried fat meat, posure to Weather Than by Actual $5.5007, ca liners $505.50, stocketi prize winners of all olhor shows, only distressing, but It causes the on thru tho winter, nnd half as groasy gravy, strong .and feeders $0011. Use of Them. will bo assembled hero in final con coffco, and Culves Hxtru $18, fair to pood $11 horses to drink to excess at noon and many thousands suffer test, making tho 1019 exhibit from underolhor food it should not havo. Slck-no- 33 (Prepared br the United States Depart 017.75, common nnd lun;o $0011. again at night, which often results In in ovcry degrco. The ment oi Agriculture.) and stunted growth are tho reHogg Selected heavy shipper to produce a nourishment from tho last of Janucolic, and always It Is said that exposure to weather distended stomach, tends what farmers ary till tho first of Juno, becauso sults. Hundreds of children aro M 4.2.1, Rood lo choice pnrkers and best soed stock of tho world will be or greater destruction to farm Imbutchers $14.25, medium $14.25014.50, on Viow, insuring a series of tho causes their winter supply becomes ex- stunted In body and mind on fat plements than using them. Avoid this call a 'huy belly.' Farmers who would hausted. Thoy etugs $0010.50, common und choice most spirited contests ever witnessdon't know how lo moat, greasy "sop," shuck beans, treat their horses humanely should sows $10012.50, light shiptieavy fnt loss by storing all machinery and tools pers $14.25014.50, plies (110 lbs and ed in a live stock display arena. properly under shelter before wlater take water Into the field tor them In storo tho vegetables to make' them saucr kraut cucumber pickles, black hot weather." less) $13014.25. keep. Fat as well as breeding stock will acta la. coffco, other things never intended make a stellar display. The open Many suffer from intoslinal dis- (Continued on Page Five) j ACQUAINTANCE Berea's so Berea's 7hffh' Berea's bclwix-nnd-bctwe- cn well-brown- ed Berea's Preparatory Berea ch ro well-dl-gest- ed able-bodi- ed S ut part-cooke- newly-purchas- RECORD-SMASHIN- G FIRST AID DEPARTMENT bo-hel- well-know- n 29-D- o- hay-fiel- r Novcmhcr 20, 1010 THK CITIZEN He despise me." Then, nfter a long silence: "No matter. I dcsplso my- Pago Seven mriovtn UMroiM ifrrERNATiom siwrsoiooL (iir i ,vi tii. n. i)., ii . Teacher of Kniillah lllhle In the Moody nitil Institute of Chicago (Cnnyrlehi Ul Wi n viiiiwr lnlo Lesson A Lot: Warning Tfvc COW PUNCHER By Robort J.C.Sxoad FsuitatioM Imps you nre noC tho way wo think of self." It In the city. But I guess you could The doctor placed n hnnd on his show the city boys n good mriny things But Elden wns himself they don't know, nnd never will know." shoulder. ngnln. The curtnlns of his life, which For tho first tlmo ho looked bcr he hnd drawn npnrt for n moment, ho straight In tho face. Ills dark eyes met rudely, nlmost whipped together ngaln viciously, nnd covered his Confusion by plunging Into n tale of how ho hnd led on a breed suspected of a little canter of ten miles with n rope nbout his neck nnd the other end tied to the saddle. "Ho ran well," said the old mnn, chuckling still nt the reminis cence. "And it was lucicy no oiu. u wns a strong rope." The morning nfter Dnve had brought In the borrowed saddle Irene appeared In n sort of bloomer suit, somcwhnt wonderfully contrived from n spare skirt, nnd Announced n willingness to risk llfo nnd limb on any horse that Dave might select for that purpose. He provided her with a dependable mount nnd their first Journey, taken Bomcwhat gingerly along the principal trail, was accomplished without Incident It was the forerunner of many others, plung ing deeper nnd deeper Into the fast nesses of the foothills nnd even Into the pnsses of the very mountains them selves. His patience wns Infinite and, although there were no silk trappings to his courtesy, It was a very genuine nnd rannly deference he paid her. She wns quite sure thnt he would at any moment give his life. If needed, to de fend her from Injury nnd nccept the transaction ns a matter of .course. Ills .physical endurance was Inexhaustible and his knowledge of prnlrle and foot hill seemed to her nlmost uncanny. He read every sln of footprint leaf, wa ter and sky with unfailing Insight He had no knowledge of books, nnd she hud at first thought him Ignorant but ns the dnys went by she found In him a mine or wisuom wnicn snameu ner ready-mad- e cducution. After such a ride they one day dis mounted Inn grassy opening nmong the trees that bordered n mountain ennyon In a crevice they found n flat stone thnt gnve comfortnble seating nnd here they rested while the horses browsed their afternoon meal on tho grass above. Both were conscious of a grad ually Increasing tension In the at mosphere. For days the boy had been moody, it wns evident he wns harbor ing something thnt wns cnlllng through his nature for expression, nnd Irene knew that this afternoon he would talk of more than trees nnd rocks and foot prints o. the wild things of the forest, "Your father Is getting along well," cattle-rustling riK.v By REV. L. W. GOSNELL AubUnt Dun, Moody Dibl lutlMte.ChKago Kitchener, y mrM njtrt CUuhoro and Oliver poems LESSON FOR NOVEMBER JESUS TEACHES PETER CnEATNESS. 30 TRUE Ood TKXT. The world piMth away and the Itut thereof: but he thet dotth the will of abideth forever. 1 John ItlT. I.K8HON TEXT John II Ml GOl.UKN TKXT-T- lie Bon of Man cam noi to be nunlatrred unto, but lo mini ter, and to rlvi hla Ufa a raneom (or many. -- Mat W U 10 MATKIMAL-Ma- rk ADDITIONAL K-I Peter Itnm ULI, Phil t:l-U- . Disciples' 'nd Flare of a Ftrvunt. INTKIIMKMATK f Common Tasks. Ift JUNIOIt TOPIC -- Jeiu I'lllMAItT TOIMC-Jes- ua Waehlm the Taklm the Dignity IaiI begun life with promlflo: he know ledge of the true (Joil nnd tlio compan wit ion of Abrulmm. Ilia life closed n failure: wo behold lilm drunken, If.' the victim of the disc rnceful of his schemes lewd daughters. Lot's story Is re- TOI'IC-T- he I. Chrltt'a Amazing Love for HI Own (vr. Josh. wns fully conscious of what wns tipnn lilm. He knew Hint the cross with all ll nngtllsh was Just before him. lie kneir thnt hi disciples would shamefully forsake lilm In n fow hours He knew tlint one of that number would lie the Instrument In the hnnd of the devil In lit hetrnynt. lie knew that all thine were In hi hands; wns fully conscious of hla itelty. Notwithstanding nit thin, he displayed patient and untiring loe. lie did not withdraw hla love from them because cf (heir weakness nnd the shameful fall ure- which he knew would soon he made ninnlfest. II. Christ Waihlno His Oltelptes' Feet w. 4.11), Thin net l symbolic of his mniixlnjt love for his dlselplis, Jesus did not rcgnrd his hnnd too holy to do this menial servlre. The true Chrlstlnn doe not allow hla rank In society to keep lilm from net of lowly service. 1. Step In thl service: (1) He rose from supper, (2) Inld aside hi cnrnirnt. (3) took a towel nnd gird 1 himself, (4) poured wuter Into a basin, (fi) washed his dlaelple' feet. 1) wiped them with n towel wherewith he wn girded. These atepa symbolize Christ's entire work of redemption. HI rMng from supper repre-wilt- s hi rlxlnc from hi place of enjoyment In the heavenly glory; hi layputting ing lde hi garments, hi aside hi vesture of majesty (Phil. 2:7. 8) ; his Kin! In himself, hi Inking the form of n aervnnt (Phil. 2:7); the water In the hasln. hi cleansing hlood: hi wnshlne of their feet, hi actual cleansing of men through hi Word (John 1.V..1; Kph. fl:2(l) ; his taking hi garments ngaln, hi return to hi plnce and position of glory. He 2. Peter' Impetuous Ignorance. goes from one extreme to another. It In hi failure to understand the significance of (hi service that caused him to behave- so strangely. 3. The significance of this Bervlce to tho4 who participate In It. (1) II I a spiritual demising (v. 8). Fellow-shiwith Jesu I only poslhle n we re continually demised from our sins, "lie thnt Is wnshed needcth not save to wash his feet, hut I clenn every whit" (v. 10). The cleansing here Is not the wnhlng of regeneration, hut thnt of smirtlflcatlon. Kven regenerate folk need the contlnunl cleansing of Christ' hlood In onler to have fellowship with him. He that Is regeneratedwashed In the hlood of Christ, lne not need symbolized by baptism repetition of the act ; he only need" the clennslng of snnetlflcntlon. symbolized by the washing of the feet. As we go thrcuh thl world after regeneration we are contaminated by Its sin. He I willing always to clenne us of our sins If we allow him. (2) Tills A badge of brotherly affection. act showed hi abandonment to the service of hi own. Thl hi a lesson that I much needed today. We need more and more the fulness of broth rly love. Tills Idvo needs to be man Ifested so that It mny be seen and realized. True love can only be proved by the service It render. (3) A proof of humility. Thl I a lesson much needed by u all. The disciple hnd Just been disputing a to who should be the greatest In the kingdom; their selfish ambition wa expressing Itself. Teiday, on every hnnd. we see exprese sion of pride, vanity, and even on the part of those who are professed follower of the lowly Jesus. If the Son of Ood was not ashamed to stoop to lowly service his disciples should not regnrd l( heneuth their dignity to follow In hi steps. (4) As they would thus stoop to erve each other In the nnme of Chrlsl there would be sure destruction of The Spirit of ciiste among them. Christ In this service Is the great lev Her of htimnnlty. III. An Example for Us (vv. The disciple of the Iwird are under ohllgntlon to do unto each other a he did unto them. This obligation ret upon his IxinlKhlp (v. 14). All who call him lord In sine rlty will obey him. To refuse to obey him la to put one's self above his m p arro-ftinrEqual-(ratio12-1- corded principally In Genesis 13, 14, 18 and 10, and we nssutne sufficient knowledge of It on tho part of our readers to enable them to appreciate tho lessons we shiill point out In tho elaboration of our text. To begin with, Lot made a worldly choice. When tho hcrdmcn Of Abraham and Lot quarreled In Canaun, Abmhatn gnve Lot the choice of tho land before them. Lot beheld the fertile plnlu of Jordan and chose It, but vo read these significant words: "The .lien of Sodom were wicked and sinners before the Lord exceedingly." (ticn. 13:13.) After this fntnl choice, he progressed downward, rirnt, he pitched his tent 'toward Sodom" (Gen. 13:12) ; then he dwells "In Sodom" (14:12); finally. lie sits "In the gntc of Sodom" (10:1). apparently n magistrate In that wicked .Miy. The Christian who compromises becomes more and more enmeshed In soon brought to n stanostiu. navine; pacified them, ho tied them to a post with his father on and returned to tho streum. The enr CHAPTnn David a small, badly managed ranch,eighteen snt In the middle; the girl hnd put her KIden has reached tho Bite of with few educational advantages. At. ac- feet on the seat beside her, and the cident to the auto In which Dr. Hardy, wnter flowed )y n few Inches beand his tmlnent eaatern phyelclnn, country, daugn. swift hrlnga She wns Inughlng merrily when ler Irene, are tourlnc lh Itardy'a low. new element Into his life. Dr. Dave, very wet In parts, appeared on leg Is broken. nd he la neceaaaruy confined to hla hod. Friendship, and tho bank. more, develops between Irene and "Well, I'm not wet, except for n litDavid. tle splashing," she said, "and yon are. "Won't you sit down here, Mr. KI- Docs anything occur to you7" den?" she snld. Without reply he walked stolidly InThere had been no Introductions. to the cold water, took her In his arms Dave ate on In silence. and carried her ashore. The lariat "Thank you," said tho old man, and wns soon repaired and the car hauled there was something In his voice which to the ranch buildings without further mny have been emotion or may havo mishap. been the husklncss of the heavy drink"-cr-'s Later In the day he said to her : "Can throat. The girl gave It the for- yon ride?" mer explanation. As he took the prof"Some," she answered. "I have ridfered chair she saw In this old man den city horses, but don't know about shred or dignity which the less refined these ranch animals. Hut I would like eyo of his son had not distinguished. to try If I had a suddli." To Dave his father was an ntlHctlcn to "I have nr. extra saddle," he said. be borne; an unfair load laid on a boy "But It's a man's. . . . They ull ride who hnd done nothing to descrvo this that way here." punishment. miseries associated The She made no'answer nnd the subject with his parentage had gone fnr to was dropped for the time. Hut the mnke him sour and moody. Irene nt next morning she saw Dave ride away. first had thought him rude and gloomy; flashes of humor had modified that opinion, but she had not yet learned SYNOPSIS. some-Ihlnir For the First Time He Looked Her Straight In the Face. her gray ones and demanded truth. "Irene," he snld, "do you mean that?" "Suro I do," she answered. "College coursc.n, ami all that Kind of tning, they're good stuff, all right but they make some awful nice boys real live boys, you know Into some awful dend ones. My fniher says about the best education Is to lenrn to live with in your Income, pay your debts nnd give the other fellow a chance to do tho snme. They don't nil lenrn that at college. Then there's the things you do, Just like you were liorn to It, that they couldn't do to save their lives. Why, I've seen you smash six bottles nt n stretch, you going full gallop and whooping nnd shooting so we could, hardly tell which wns which. And ride you could mnke more money riding for city people to look at than most of those learned fellows, with letters nf ter their mimes like the tnll of a kite, will ever see. But I wouldn't like you to mnke it thnt wny. There are more useful ihlnns to do." Still. Ood warned Lot. Other eyes :han his could see tho fertility of the plain of Jordan about Sodom, and nonce we find several kings of the East swooping down upon this section. Among others, they took Lot captive, together with his goods which he loved so well, nnd he was delivered only through the valor of Abrahnra. How ashamed he must have been when he met hi uncle, whom he had dealt with so ungenerously In choosing the most fertile section! Hut. even though he may hnvc been ashamed, he settled down In Sodom ngaln. Cod todny warns men of the Insecurity of wealth nnd of It uselessness In time of trial. Ala that so few heed the warning The Unhappy Compromiser. And now we note the Interesting fnct that Lot was unhappy. II Peter 2:7, 8 tells how he was vexed by tho filthy ways of thb men of Sodom, whoso sin Is proverbial. The samo passage spunks of him ns "Just Lot." and "that righteous man." We should hardly have dared to cull him such, but here clear evidence that he was n, saved man by the grace of Ood. Indeed, It Is 'iccnue he had divine llfo In his soul, however weak, thnt the ways of Sodom vexed him. No Christian Is happy with the way of the world with which he hn compromised! One of the most pathetic of nil tho fact about Lot Is that he hnd no Influence for Ood In Sodom. After he had lived there twenty years, God ould not find ten righteous men there'll. Alas, they knew why he had come 1 1 sin. that his disposition was naturally a buoyant one, weighed down by an en vlronment which had made It soggy and unresponsive. In years to come she was to know what ungucssed depths of character wero to be revealed when that stoic nnture was by the blade of a keen and defiant passion. Mr. Elden promptly engaged tho doctor In conversation, and In a few moments bad gleaned the main facts In connection with the accident and the father and daughter which It had hroucht so momentarily under hi roof. He was quite sober now and his speech, although slovenly, was not He was still able to pay to woman that respect which curbs the coarseness of a tongue for years subjected to little discipline. After breakfast Irene attended to the wants of her father, and by this time the visiting doctor was manifesting Impatience to be away. But Dave declared with prompt finality that the horses must rest until after noon, and spent the morni the doctor, ing rambling In the foothills. Meanwhile the girl busied herself with work about the house. In which she was effecting n rnpld transformation. After the midday dinner Dave harnessed the team for the Journey to town, but before leaving Inquired of Irene If there were any special purchases, either personal or for the use of the house, which she would recommend. With some diffidence she mentioned one thnt was uppermost In her thoughts soap, both laundry nnd toilet. Doctor Hardy had no hesitation In cnlllng for n box of his favorite cigars and some new magazines, and took occasion to press Into the boy's band a bill out of oil proportion to the value of the supplies requested. The day was Introductory to others that were to follow. Dave returned the next afternoon, riding his own horse nnd heavily laden with cigars, cross-sectione- d wllly-nllly- aiaK .afaairffjEaaM (Continued next week.) Without Reply He Walked Stolidly Into the Cold Water, Took Her In His Arms and Carried Her Ashore. leading a horse by his side. He did not return until evening, but when he came the Idle horse carried a saddle. " he sold when he "It's a drew up beside Irene, "but It's a girl's. I couldn't And nnythln' else In the whole strad-legger,- dlggtn's." "I'm sure It will do splendidly If I can Just stick on," she replied. But another problem wns nlrendy In her mind. It apparently hnd not occurred to Dnve thnt women require spccinl clothing for riding, especially If it's a " Plie opened her lips to mention this, then closed them again He hud been to enough trouble on her account. He hnd already spent n whole day scouring the country for a saddle. She would manage some way. Late that night she was busy with scissors and needle. "strnd-lcgger.- CHAPTER If. amongst them and attached little Importance to any pious tnlk on his part. It Is always thus with compromisers. Worst of nil, Lot lost bis Influence over his children, for when ho be- 4oucht them to flee from Sodom "he Keemed as one that mocked" (Ocn. Bearing the Burden. the burden, be content lo bear the place of It until thou come to will fall from deliverance; for there It As to thy back of Itself. AH Ilunyan, Our Troubles. our trouble come from our sense of separateuess from the Infinite source. Orison Swett Miirdrn. Tempting the Devil. The devil tempts us not tla we tempt him, beckoning his skill with Vportunlty. George Kllot. magazines und soap. The following day it was decided that the automobile, which since the happily. accident had laid upturned by the roadA considerable acquaintanceship had way, should be brought to the ranch sprung up between him senior team Elden. The rancher had and the buildings. Dave harnessed his come from the and. Instead of riding one of the horses, East forty years before, but In turning walked behind, driving by Uie reins, over their memories the two men 10:14). and accompanied by the girl, who had found many links of association : third Lot's Losses. proclaimed her ability to steer the car. persons known to them both; places, Finally, n tho result of Lot's worldWith the aid of the team and Dave'a even streets and bouses, common to He lost his posly choice he lost all. was their car was soon righted and feet In early manhood; events of sessions: In the overthrow of tho city lariat the be none the worse for Its defound to local history which each could recall, all these things on which his heart was flection from tho beaten track. Irene although from different angles. And set were consumed. He lost his wife: watchpresided at the steering-wheeElden's grizzled head and stooping lingering, bocauso her heart was In ing the road with great Intentncss nnd frame carried more experiences than Sodom, she was overtaken by an erup turning the wheel too far ou each city would All a dozen tion of unity mud nnd encrustel. He which gave to her course a s art lost his children: his mnrrled daugh somewhat wavy or undulating order, lives, and he hnd the which scorns to spoil dramatic effect ters wero probably destroyed In such as Is found In or by a too strict adherence to fact. But Sodom, and his two slnglo daughters perhaps a better figure would be to had better have died rather than com- compare It to that rolling motion af- no ray of conversation would he admit mit their shameful deed of Incest with fected by fancy Bkaters. However, the Into the mare personal affairs of bis heart, or of the womau who had been their father. (Seo Ocn. 10.) mean of her direction corresponded How cheap do wo sell out to satnn I with the mean of tho trail and all went his wife, nnd even when the talk Dr. II. Webb Peploo tells of ft girl merrily until the stream was ap- turned on the boy be quickly withdrew who wits ensnnred by n Jewel she proached. Hero was a rather steep It to another topic, as though the subject were dangerous or distasteful. But wore, an heirloom. She liked tho addescent nnd tho cor showed a sudden miration It brought her. Finally, feel- purpose to engago the horses In a con- once, after a long silence following such ing It was marring her communion test of speed. Sho detennlned to use a diversion, hnd he betrayed himself with Christ, she hnd It nppralsod. the foot brnke, a feat which was ac- Into a whispered remark, an outburst After n sleepless night she went to the complished, under normal conditions, of feeling rather than a communication. jeweler who said : "I nm sorry to dis- by pressing' one foot firmly agulnst a "I've been alone so much," ho said. appoint you, but It Is on Imitation, contraption soracwhero beneath tho "It seems I have never been anything worth only a couplo of dollars." Yet steering-post- . Sho shot a quick glauce but alone. And sooner or later It sho had lost hours of communion with downward and, to her alarm, discovgets you It gets you." I Christ for It ered not one, but three, coutraptlons, "Yon havo the boy," ventured tho designed to receive the all apparently Wealth of Joy. reach doctor. pressure of a foot If one could "No," be answered, almost fiercely, Joy Is a great aid against tempta- them and ns slmllnr as the steps of a I could ovll one Is foiled by song us stair. This Involved u further hesita- "That would be different tion. Tho stand It then. But I haven't got him, much as by prayer. As tho microbe tion, and In outomoblllng he who hesi- and I can't get him. He despises ine of dlseaso cannot exist In tho sunlight, tates Invites a series of rapid experiI take too much at neither can temptations prevail agulnst ences. It was quite evident thut the because because as though wonderpaused a Joyous heart Joy Is an antiseptic car was runulng away. It was quite times." He to proceed with this uning whether environment a bank of sunbeams evident that the horses were running wonted confidence, but tho ache In his utterly Impregnable to all the. away, too. which Is The situation heart Insisted on Its right to human assault of the adversary, If only wa the qualities of a race, and life, wlh tho only mutter of grave doubt related sympathy. "No, It ain't that" ho conwere happy In our religious tinued. "He despises me becauso he tho sparkle, tho light, tho sonir that to Its tenuluutlon. I wasn't fair to bis mother. He Christ gives, we would bo freo from was thinksunderstand. I wanted to be good Then tbey struck the water. It muny of tho tomptatlons which In- not more than two feet deep, but the can't evitably attack the spirit which If extra resistance it caused and the ex- to her, to be close to her. Then I took under gloomy and discontented. "Rejoice In tra olnrm It excited In the horses re- to booze, as natural as a steer brandln'-lroroars to drown hla tho Lord alwsy; and agala I say Ho- - sulted lu breuklng the luriut Dave the hurt But tin buy don't understand. clung fast to bis team and tue.w.ere l, d story-teller'bread-kniven Doctor Hardy recovered from his In juries as rapidly as could be expected and, while he chafed somewhat over spending his holidays under such cir cumstances, the time passed not un Increase subscription rates and prices of papers sold on streets. Afternoon papers, which nold for two cents, will he said, at length. "Yes," she answered. "He has had a cost three cents a copy, and subgood holiday, even with his broken scribers by the week will have to pay 20 cents Instead of IS cents a week. leg." "You will be goln' away before long," The papers announced that the In crease Is due to the shortage of paper he continued. and Increased cost of production. Ad"Yes," she answered, and waited, "Things about here nln't goln' to be vertising rates have been advanced 23 per cent. the snme after you're gone," he went on. He wore no coat, nnd the neck of Two Halls Are Raided. his shirt was open, for the day was Minneapolis, Minn. Four hundred warm. Had he caught her sidelong nlleged industrial Workers of the glances, even his slow, World were lined up ami searched admiration, mind must have" read their when local police raided two halls But he kept his eyes fixed on the green where the meeting of nlleged radicals wuter. were belns conducted. Three truck "You see," he said, "before you enrae loads of literature, tings nnd banners It wns different I didn't know whnt were confiscated by the police nnd one wns missln', an' so It didn't matter. man to have been responsible for was of It nt Not but what I the distribution of the literature taken times, but still I thought I wns Uvln' Into custody. thought this wns life, and, of course, now I know It nln't At lenst, it won'i $8,000 Stolen From Standard Oil Co. be nfter you're gone." "That's strange." she said, not In Chlcngo. Seven robbers bound and direct answer to his rcmnrk, but ns gagged three men, blew open a large soliloquy on It as she turned It over In safe In the offices of the Standard OU her mind. "This life, now, seems Company of Indiana, partly wrecking empty to you. All my life seems n smaller one, and escaped with about empty to me. This seems to me the ?S,000. The smaller safe, containing real life, out here In the foothills, with $5,000 and Liberty x Bonds to th the trees and the mountains, and nnd amount of $10,000, with stood the exour horses, you know. plosive charges nnd tho cracksmen She mTght have ended the sentence after expressing disappoint In a way that would have come much ment with the amount of the loot Decloser to him, and been much truer, tectives pronounced the safe blowing but conventionality had been bred In as the work of expert cracksmen. to her for generations and she did not And It possible yet freely to speak the truth. "It's such a wonderful life," she con tinued. "One gets so strong and hap py In it." iou'd soon get sick of It," he Bald "We don't see nothln'. We don't learn nothtn'. Ilcenle, I'm eighteen, on' I bet you could read an' write better' me when you was sir." "Did you never go to school J" she asked. In genuine surprise. She knew his speech was ungraramatlcal, but thought that due to careless training rather than to no training at all. "Where'd I go to school?" he de manded, bitterly. "There ain't a school within forty miles. Guess I wOuldn' buve went If I could," he added, as an afterthought, wishing to be quite hori est In the matter. "School didn't seem to cut no figure until Jus lately." "But you have teurned some?" she dog-sick d Newspapers Boost Rates. New Orleans. Every New Orleans newspaper announced that It would When jicr continued. "Some. When I wns a little kid my father used to work with me at times. He learned me to read a little, an' to write my name, an' a little more. But things didn't go right between him an' mother, an' ho got to drlnkln' more an' more, an' Jus' making h of It. We used to have a mighty fine herd of steers here, but It's all shot to pieces. When wo sell a bunch the old man 'II stay In town for a month or more, blowln' the coin and leavln' the debts go. I sneak a couple of steers awcy acw an' then, nn' with tho money I keep our grocery bills paid up an' have a little to rattle In my Jeans. My credit's good at any store In town," and Irene thrilled to the note of pride In bis volco as bo said this. The boy hud real quality In him. "But I'm sick of It all," ho continued. "Sick of ir, an' I wanna get out" "You think you ore not educated," she answered, trying to meet his outburst aa tactfully. us possible,. "Per- -' Croup Threatens Quick lelicf of baby's croup often foreiu!li a icrioui lituattoa when this dreaded diicijo comes in the lite hours of night. u lilrt cufnim. Wbca Croup Umauni, UJi li(tilid ulrc u Uie Ufer'e ihtvu. u4 aulct tU mm, IU rtlme ux cbokla iui cuiiMWa, u4 piwauc rmlsl ilrta. Tttce UttlkxiUktrp,fef mm wturuf iun inr aomtj Btim.'.Vipocx. uica cxicnureljr Dr crown, cold Kneit. moaU, nc. it cUlltca u well u (rawa-of- t I0c6teu4f LtOat SicvtUtij ' V.4BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV aaBBBBBBBaaV ctaetilit mm mLs! Porter-Moor- Bram Drug Company Drug Co., lac. e Si Pago Eight THE CITIZEN November H, 1919 day. Mr. Young has purobnscd n moved his stock of goods nnd Is oc- morning Mrs. Lon Slowo of this WRITE & CI. farm in Indiana, and will loavo for cupying tho room Mr. Owens for- place received tho sad nows that hor LOUISVILLE, KV. 11 on Tuesday. Sir. nnd Mrs. B. merly hadADon Shearer, who has brother, WIlllo Rogers, who lived BtublltktdlalSJT Rovls visited tho family of John been in Robinson Hospital for somo noar Paint L'ck, had died. Tho en-ti- liberal ortrrwnl miawi'taaai a lull valua paw Hawkins near nine Lick, Sunday-Clau- d time, was brought homo Saturday. family havo our sympathy. Ho Oliver of Locust Branch is liny Swinford of this placo and was 30 years old, and loft a wlfo and FURS suffering from having stuck n nail Pearl Abrams of Big Hill were mar- family. May God comfort tho bo- -, tlirnnf In fuHJ ihe writer. Th nm No torrw!ondnf tiuMtthnl unl in his hand whllo at work on his ried last vcok,.nev V. G. Mulllns reaved ones ho has loft behind. n "(drnce of awid faith. Writ p.alnljr. in not fur publication, but residences-Saturd- ay was turkey ofllclatlng. W. S. Payne, of Conway; Lon Stowo will havo a salo of his day hero. M. A. Logsdon purchased has moved to tho houso vacated by personal property tomorrow, ond bo : ill elei leil on the oppon.Hm ticket nro JACKSON COUNTY ,., ,L Baker, who has been visiting hor soveral hundred from Iho farmers, Or. fl. T. Payno. Mrs. Jeff Harrison, and family will leave this week for yy. N Sl,,vP( VMwnni Hously Fork daughlcr, Clco, who has been very P'nB 1,9 hW n 30 cents per lb. of Villa drove, III, is visiting her Ohio, wboro they will mako their nvan. J. M. Young and .1. it. Uornn. sister, Mrs. Eliza Hammond, this home. Wo regret to givo them up;i Hously Fork, Nov. 10. Dlod, No sick with measles In Borca, has ro- ?, Rocnn Hammond and they hnvo been such good neigh- -' llcnderHon. Water In jdoHgh and vember 11, James Isaacs Click, turned homo. Mr. and Mrs. Lowla' MJf-m- ' l,r "'"sou ioau, who week.-Mi- ss llltlo flon of T. I. Click, at this n,,i,ni.d rrnm two-- , nmvnH in Me - is attending school at Bcrca. was brother, John, visited relatives at bors. Mr. nnd Mrs. Irvin Slowoand bottoms along iho Ohio nml tirecit rl- V I . I several feet deep, nnd (lie hw Uh 'placo. Llltlo James had been sick Keo last week. Leonard Hlgnlto ...III. I.nmn tH.a f.AM rt ""mi oa"i"j Ilart, Saturday anil Sunday. Rob rhllilrpn vUlleil Mr nml Mrs T.nn """"""'" Monday. Mrs, John Glojsip ort Clark, of Lexington, nnd Elliel , Slowe, Sunday.--Mr. ond Mrs. J. B. thru tho week with flur. This la Bold his propotly In McKcc to Mcr-;,,n- lil jUdcrHon.-Fo- rry ,. t..inrM two children that havo died lately. Ida and Agnes Farmer., Mr. Hie- -' nnfl c,,,llrcn vUlled friends and Stephens of Bcrca, spent Sunday Creech spent Sunday will, Mr. and The sorrowing one havo our heart- nlto will movo soon to their new voMlea on Red Lick from Friday Willi mends here. Miss Rulh Mrs. II. D. Creech. Lawrcnco Creech mvu fiiipitivrti hy fnniM'rn tr ,lnl" Mon(lay.-Uo- bcrt and her friend, John Christ, and sislcr, Florcnco, and Mr. and Mvlnuds to rescue their hog Lake shipped felt sympathy. Interment In Berca homo In Madison County. ulc n nlct' mnch of calves to Cincin- - of Angola, lnd., woro guosts at the Mrs. W. M. Creech spent Iho even- - mid cow, minounded by hir'h water. Cemetery. Ora Click baa flux, but Carico ali lnsl wcek.-M- rs. Willie Ogles-som- o liniue of Mr. nnd Mrs. R. J. Abncy, ling pleasantly, Sunday, with Mr.; oro having Canco, Nov. lOV-h recovering. Mr?. Mayme Hudson hmerM-t.-AInn(1 children visited her fathor or Herea, last week. Ted Taylor, of and Mrs. A. Hounsbell nnd family.! havo horn hou. Bango U not improving. Llltlo Alda very cold nights at prosonL .iiiiimt i til. imim' Mi( up nun irriT 111:111 Clay Lick, was visiting relatives and father-in-la- w n few days last has had measles tho past week, There arc lots of hogs bolng killed delivery will ho Inaugurated u conn OWSLEY COUNTY Tho Bowman & Young Mill is now around theso parts, E. D. Roncrls week. Thcro was a pio supper at here, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. iih thrr rarrlriK Imve lion hoIccUmI. Speedwell nnd Crooksvillo school Holl spent Saturday nnd Sunday Scovllle tcady for work- .- Hardin Azblll and and wifo aro very poorly, yet. Born 1,01180 Fri(lav nlghL The pics wilh friends at Klrksvlllc Striplasl r.eovillo, .Nov. 13. Mrs. Leonard .Nowport.llinr Scholl. IS, chnrgftl grandson, Ola Bcngc, aro visiting to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Noo a bouncing ping tobacco and gathering corn Is eely, wlio was so low in our last with LTiirlurlr.lti llvv liiiunfH on one Mr. and l.nv nn the Dili of November. Tho brought from 05 cents to 93.08. at Bond this week-en- d, Mnry Olosslp visited Miss all the go here now. report, died, Tuesday, November . mrecl herr, one tiflrrnoon two month Mrs. L. W VauWinklo wore guests moJhcr is very noorlv. Unclo Gil - ,Mfss ''mma ''aK,' Sunday- - Mrs. John Sho leaves a husband, oight chll ago, wits shell tun yours hi the pen. of Millard Kindred, of Silver Crcok. bert Reynolds was visiting at Orbin Boone tlron, molber and sovernl sisters and Saturday and Sunday. Will Reeso svmith's yesterday. W. II. Roberts "kcr of Brassflcld, visited her KntliUfiirt.- - The Appcllnlr Court Bonne. Nov. II. Rev Ooocli fnilcd brothers lo mourn her. She was Bob Halo and May Robinson. ore cutting logs Wenls, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Todd, is putting in goods at tho .Mm thiit Saturday, Mrs. 11. G. Cox ond chil to fill the pulpit at tho Baptist buried at her mother's homo near ruled S. n letter written hy Mrs- her stand. M. G Abrams is In Ohio, but for Bond & Foley Lumber Company. mle Iiiik. CmlliKton, idvliig 1S'1' " "w muuicr, mrs. .nics Church. Saturday and Sunday last. Vincent. Tho bereaved ones havo pniK'rIy Id tl. fltmiersnll, urni nut n for ' W. N. Carmack, our traveling is expected homo soon.-Hu- rrah Vogel, Tho cause of his absenco is un- - the sympathy of tho community. . will. Edwin P. Morrow and tho good old salesman, was through hero last Hunter, of known. Mrs. Jos. Grant was shop- - Miss Nannie Bond, of Dayton, Ohio, Kingston week Thero wcro thrco moonshino Citizen. Kingston, Nov. 17. Tho beautiful ping In Conway ono day last week, who spent two weeks with homo' nemliisiiurg. Tne Jury fmtml for stills ousted on Horso Lick lnsl week. Parrot Wo were very sorry to hear of folks, relumed November 3. Miss the defendant In the sio.ooo ulimder weather still continues, and farSand Gap Nov. 17. Corn gathering Parrot, Ihclontlj of Claudo Lunsford of Carrie J. Rowland spent Wednesday stilt of Airs. l.oln Alexander v. Sand Gap, Nov. 17. At last wo mers are busy gathering corn. A. and hog killing arc tho occupasMf -- t BIIm- 9" Tho bereaved ones have'nlghl at tho homo of Mr. K B. tions of most of tho people hero. aro having somo real autumn H. Hamilton and wlfo wcro in RichCorn seems to bo damaged by so weather, for which wo nro very mond Saturday. Quito a crowd at- our sympathy, Tom Johnson has Combs. Miss Hadtlix, n Red Cross ..' much rain. Mrs. Bud Matthew, her thankful. Mrs. D. J. Durham and tended tho Old Fiddlers' Contest returned from Ohio, wbcro bo pur- - worker from Louisville, was al tho' most of tho sick in this vicinity aro' In3t Thursday night at Masonio chased him a farm, giving the sum Buck Creek gra.let. school. Sunday children and mother, left last Fri 1,10 musl was enjoyed by of ?3,500. Joo and Cash Johnson of afternoon, in tho interest of tho Red ,mi,itin in front of his Itome, taking day for Kokomo, Indiana. Sam Noe convalescing. W. A. Powell is sell and Mrs. Lulhcr Three Links wcro visiting their Cross. Several members wcro en- - $7.V, retlpm from hi phwe of hind- sold his farm on Black Lick to Mor- - ling out and preparing lo seek a new ?,n Prcseit-M- r. brother, Tom, last Sunday. Mrs. rolled for 1020. Carl Flannery, of hps " spent ounuaj in ucrca. ris Gabbard, and has bought in .location. Ho will probably locate Mr. nnd Mrs. John Mellow fell and broko her arm Akron, Ohio, is visiting homo folks. Laurel cqunly. A boy was born lo at Dayton, Ohio, where bo has a Mr amI Mrs- "f lemlnp.lmr. Mrs. Delberl Wilder and children Itouhcn Tolle, Noel Mr. and Mrs. James McQueen last son. Mr. Powell sold his homo Anderson, or Walnut Meadow pike, somo fow days ago; she Is getting XV. T. Crnln Sunday. It has been named Charles. ' placo to Lewis Marcum for $1,000.! Jvcro dinncr S,Icsts of Mrf. Mary along fine Sherman Poor, of Cov- - of Jackson aro visiting her parents, Sunder C. Al. IlnrtifKun, ington has becn visiting his mother- - Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mainous, at this n1"' r- ''i'I''Kit Imve lncorMruted u Sunday. j Josso Gabbard has bought tho Mr. Marcum has also bought a very n. TinUtn wi,An ..InrnH.r.! rnnli, nf T.lnnol. onipiiiiy lo tnko Hurley Co. warehouse Mr. t Wallaceton Mary Miller placo on Black Lick, nico farm from N. D. Powell. Ho Wn'lacclon, Nov. 19. Tho farmers ing cough Is stilt raging in this Perry County, has recently moved and will movo to it soon. The alroady owned a real nico farm- -' littlo son of S. J. Nelson has been. W. A. Powell has sold a good gaso- - aro lakinS advanlago of tho frosts community. Dr. Kirby was here totho farm which bo purchased u.M,l.KvWvU Scott. nwiK-- of "Holiness !lVi Imrclnrlesi, fnmi Jail hj very sick with croup. 'lino mill to J. A. Johnson and G. C.'an', ,,aV(i bccn killing bogs. Claud ono day last week doing dental from O. J. Judd-T- ho meeting" which began at (he Buck prying out u rock ur.Oer hW wintlow Hurst, and they hopo to soon havo n,uu I,as uu6"i Mr. Estriugo'i work. Clover bottom on a rojK' imitU? of hed Creek graded school house last nnd stock of goods at Conway and will Clover Bottom, Nov. .10. Tho peo- il in operation at this place Mr. Saturtlay night is boing well at- - "vfr. tako 'possession in two weeks. W. LEE COUNTY ple aro busy gathering corn here, Cook and son havo sold their gas-c- D iwiuw. Ho5crs Beattyville .hlnnd. l'eler Cripple. 40, wu and it seems (o bo damaged very lino mill to Ray Recce of Kirby member 13.'"ed of heart trouble, Mark Wesley, of Bcrca Trnavo.,c" R"' Ibei . Ileattyville, Nov. B. Isaacs and wlfo aro wounded ut his hotiM In the badly. H. N. Dean and daughter, aro county hy the dlsrhnrt;e of a shot gun,, ravelers Rest, Nov. 17.-- Wo n Lo,IeS sPcnt the day with .Misses recent tide-IIho Kentucky River j, America, went to Cincinnati last visiting their daughter, Mrs. E E. having IlllO butchering WCnllier HOW, over which two of IiIk frreud wcro Bowlin and Dora Gentry. onvornl lt,.i.f,n,l nf l.n.l.nU nf rnrn Friday. Married at tho homo of tho Durham and family.- -. R. Durham clara ml "l0 '""nc ar,, !nklng, ndvanr wrestling. ' t has returned from Richmond, whero Arthur Kidd was hero from Dayton, were destroyed along the river and brido last Thursday, Miss Stella a ,cw oa3 ,asi WCCK on "ust-wce- k. rrenk. nn.l fodder and pumpkins taK b killinf? " racd calves and Wild3 to Floyd Englc. Miss China bo served as a federal juror last,""10'nny May h llle. The funeral of Juinea O. J A. Mabaffey visited at 'ness.-DcAnglin. has returned all washed iway-D- r. Ludloo Mar- Ho stopped over night at I'lckeit, "U, Coufetlenitu Tvterun, for Abrams has bought a nieo organ. horn ..F.', 1' .ilcCo$T, (fT two terms sherllT, who dloti nt thu tr,om n'''ana. where ho rented a tilinll whn Ims been in tho army,.1'0 Miss Mary Coylo went to McKeo Berea with bis son, James, nnd e an(1 wl mov al,oul lh vvnrVIn in Imcnllnl. In Mnnlenm- - Saturday until Monday. P. W. Mln- - home of hi dnuRhter In Stanford, wus J. Durham is having a today on business. May Abrams, of family.-- D. of 1,10 yean-M- iss Maud Kidd spent ery, Ala., an.l Aslivillo. N. O, enmoi1" ls, PUng Iho Travelers Rest held here. Harlan County, has heen visiting cellar made. E. E. Durham, Deputy 11 ls 10 havo omo MY'-t- his home a few weeks ago. Ho was in """O"1 rm'" and "'0 we?k-ed- J bis grandfather, S. W. Abrams, and Assessor, has finished his work in a crcnt aspect nowMra. Em-o- il bundnn. A Jetter received ly Ithodit tcrrilory,-- J. IL Collingsworth j f,1"1 and Wi" EIkln ,iavo becn to town Salunlay on businnss.-T- he other relatives here, last week. at-SIim)ii from It. I. ShillTtc atnten that 'N visiting Ihoir brother, and business is still very good in ' ",a Honcry nn.l L. K McCollum ac? Joe Abrams has just returned last has returned from Hamilton, Ohio, Al. Heiihley, formerly ot Uay cotiti- . ni.i tended church at Rock Springs. Sun- huntmg.-- Mrs Frances Caldwell is ' i f. ,i "l , week from overseas. Tho Rev. John where ho had becn employe- dj. urctcn, county suncrin- - ly. wt killed- In u pistol duel t llaik- Bl Cnl"j" visiting her daughter, veloped on Lymans Cre6k. while tho ..VA of Turin, visited his father, Jones preached at Clover Bottom Charles and Sherman Durham aro al , helping their father, J. R. Durham, Mf Jack, Wilson Mrs. R. W. big pool in Sinking Creek is Bome.imdml Creech, Sunday. Mrs. Vina Church Saturday night and Sunday. J- Elkm went 10 ncd L,ck ycslorday what on tho dccllnQ.-Cir- cuil Court 'V T. Or tm a III- uWrencelmrR.-- lt. recover his dwelling this week. , Middle Fork see her daughter, Mrs. Bill will convene here Monday with ncr" had omo carpenlors work ,,,'wiilcl, nn Inscription show was are pro. Middlo Fork. Nov. 9. Frances School and SMnday-scho- ol ''ono ",0 Pasl week. A portion of .rteiited to Ids mlniother, Alnr- Juilpe James Roberts presiding. Bcnry. Robinson has returned from Hamil- grossing well liorc. tHlltdll, No of this counly Mr-- Ja"cs Child's watcrmill dam Kret Stiver, hy Jumea Cril Cable ton, Ohio. Born to Mr. and Mrs. washed ayny during tho big tide- -- venher W ISW. was in town a few days Ibis week., MADISON COUNTY ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Void Woods, November 7, a boy; from his homo nt Torrent. He is .Mrs. Sarah Andrew of Privclt, is Panola llowllnif Crecn. Jntnea McNaniee, ' also a eleven-poun- d boy arrived at Conway t with Emma,J3. SIcCollum for a few now engaged in the oil business, hy oil Panola, Nov. 17, Tho farmers ars the homo of Mr. and Mrs. May RobConway, Nov. 17. Sunday 10th, Mrs. Isaac Wilder, of Finrastle, was weeks' slay. Sirs. Wm. Brgwcr and '10, driller, iviis severely bunted ho kinwhich wiih Ignited from it lire inson, on October 25, whom thoy taking advantage of tho cold spell .Miss Laura Taylor, of Conway, and son, Ernest, visited Norman Brew- dled for warmth close to a well on the in town Saturday shopping. called Vernon. Old Undo Thomas to do ihoir 'butchering, Tho Rev. Mr..Slaub, of Covington, wcro marer's family of Sturgeon, Sttnday. Paveiiport fitnn. William E. Rix filled his appoint- ried at. tho bride's home. Soveral Faubush is poorly at this writings Dr. J. A. .Mabaffey was called to tho CLAY COUNTY Bel Summers had a working Wed- ment here, Sunday, Tho Rev. guests were prcscnL Wo wish AKhlnnd. Authorities are seeking a home of S. D. Ncely, Sunday mornVine mun weiirltis thu uniform of the nuvy nesday and got soveral boards put Clark Winkler held services at them a long and prosperous life. ing. hn Vine. Nov. 10. Jack Frost nml chilmlni; to ho on rocftiltlug servSaturday and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Payno, of on his barn bo is building on his Dreyfus, ice, who Is accused of cmthlui; worth farm. Ho is planning on building nights, and at Knob Lick school Conway, moved to Clear Creek last made his appearance at last. Born, CLARK COUNTY less checks here. Ray week; also Mi, and Mrs. J. C. Wood, to Mr. and Mrs. Wiilio Howard, a a houso soon, W, M. Cunagin house, Sunday afternoon. Log Lick Bengo spent n few days wilh rela- of Wildie, aro moving hack to their girl. Her name is Dora. Mrs. Julia passed through hero today. Mr. Log Lick, Nov. 10. Tho recent SIlss Mary W. Arvln, llnnkln.ivllU spent Thursand Mrs. Bert Summers aro tho tives and friends hero last week. old borne placo vacated by Mr. and Lizzie Pennington )ted Vw hravery un- day with Sir. and Sirs. Charloy Fer- tido in nil tho streams of this part der tire by mirxe, cited for will rccelva parents of a flno baby girl, born Ho had been on a visit to Indiana Payne. Wo aro glad to have them three nations, of the counly havo caused consider- and Illirfiis. Mr. and Mrs. John back with us. Rev. Will Anderson, guson, of Maultlcn. Everybody is nhln ilamncn tn llin farmers. Sever- - her war metlul from the Prince of October 14; weight ten and one-ha- lf very busy gathering their corn, Bengo spent a few days with tho or Jackson Counly, has been holdpounds. Her namo .is Iris-Wa- ko al thousands of bushels of corn Wnle-- In WuhliiKlou. family of Jas. Bengc, of Richmond. ing a revival mocting on Scaffold which is turning out well, Born lo went. down tho streams. Tho water up at Parrot. Let's bear from you. Covington. The "Avltl of Anna W. Mrs. Wallaco Chrisman, Dora Car- Cano for the past two weeks, wilh Mr. nnd Sirs. Gilbert Ferguson, n was "higher than tho oldest inhabitMcKee roll, Martha Carr and Etta Chris-ma- n several in attendance. Ho has now bouncing girl, November 12. Stevo ants can remember. Wo havo an I'lel, who died lit Culm, leitvtt her McKeo. Nov. 10. Mrs. Mollla to her two chlldrcu, were shopping In Richmond returned to his home. Wo aro glad St. John, who has been In tho U. S. epidemic of measles In this part. Airs. Fred ZIuhiht, to have her sister. Moore, who has boon visiting her charge of scrvico for somo timo, Is at homo. sistor, Mrs. Fannio Poters, of Knox-"viH- o, on tho 8th. Bailus Wilson and wifo to seo tho lilTo son of Mr. end Mrs. Sir. nnd Sirs. Henry Ferguson arc At lliis timo Ihoy aro serving tho It until they are of uge. guests of tho family Brooks back wilh us again from Tenn., has returned. Mr. and wcro week-en- d the proud parents of nTrl baby. people bad, but up to this dalo wo Augusta. The fiscal court pahl flto. Mrs. R. M. Ward aro tho proud of his son, Jeff Wilson. Mrs. JeiT Robinson Hospital, whero ho has Her namo is Sophia. havo bad no deaths. John Cobb nnd parents of a flno boy, born October Wilson and daughter, Bernice, were been for somo timo with pneumofamily and Sliko Raker and fami- Powunrd ?:WO for his Iwirn which was destroyed hy lire near Nenve, sparks 28lh. Sammy, tho littlo son of Mr. nflcrnoon callers on Mrs. Sam For- nia. William N. Rico of this placo ly visited William Burcb's family from county torn I machinery being tune, who Is ill. Mrs. Gordon Pow- Is very sick wilh lagrippe at this GARRARD COUNTY today. A great many people passed thought to have been the cnusu. and Mrs. Sam Glonn, died Friday morning wilh pneumonia. Their ell and baby aro very ill with writing; also tho littlo daughlcr of Paint Lick thru hero today on their way lo ML. littlo daughter, Hatlie, is very measles. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Wells, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bailey, who has Paint Lick, Nov. 17, Sir. and Sirs. Sterling court. Turkey buyers aro' llopklnvlllo.l'our wins of John sick with tho samo disease Creed Lola and Glenn wcro guests of rcla- - been sick for tho past Ibreo weeks, F. B. Dowden, ofBcrcn, spent Sun- gathering up hero for 30 cents pot (loodrlrh who served In the war are n better--- C. D. Estridgo has day with his mother, Sirs. J. T. Hi. on'fooL J. T. EIkln nnd wifo nt homo for a family reunion. John Russell, from London, is visiting livcs her. Sunday, Speed Kelly, of Lexington, motored to his Drown- gono lo Indinna on n business trip. Thompson. Prof. Long upset hi visited Dr. A. T. Neal and wlfo to mill .leremlah were In the I'hillpplucis his daughter, Mrs. Nollio Hays. Rogers nnd YVnllncc In France. Mr. nnd Mrs. Worlhlnglon, from ing Creek fruit farm, Sunday. Ho Srary Wynrf, of Berea, visited hor Ford on tho Whito Lick pike, but day. Part of tho lato tobacco has ttid was accompanied by his sister, parents, Sir. and Sirs. Jonathan no ono in tho car was hurt. W. C. frozen in the barn recently. Will ' McAnnville, whero visitors In Unpkfnsvllle. II. K. Cooper and T. Keo Saturday and SMnday. Mr. Florence, nnd Willlo Kelly and son Wynn, Saturday and Sunday. Sir. Wynn sold his farm to Harrison Gross will havo n salo this week and It. I'urlelgh havo been hcIccuiI hy the Worlhinglon preachod a very In- and Joe Tilton. WickliiTo Kindred, Everett Bailey, who has spent tho SInys. Sir. Wynn Is having a fur-na- co go lo tho oil flchhror Estill county Tobacco llourd of Trade to so to teresting sermon Saturday night formerly of Looust Branch anil last six months in Arkansas, is now and electric lights installed. to work, Robert SlcKinncy and U'lisliiiigtcn and xeek removal of tuiir-V"a Purcnasca a rarm ai homo on it visit and is planning tp Wo hopo that Sir. Wynn will not wlfo havo been lo Hamilton, Ohio, restrictions held to Iks prejudicial. nnd Sunday. Miss Suslo Walson visited her sister, Mrs. Tilllo York, I Brassflcld, consideration 81,800, and enter Berea College very soon. leave tho community, whllo wo aro in search of a futuro location. Ijincaster. Alvln Stnltk. ago 10, ' glad will movo to it at onco. Sirs. Jeff at Bond, Saturday and Sunday. lo welcome Sir. and Mrs. Slays. Sirs. Emma Puckett is very low Boone f If. .1... a. ..lit. ...I... Llewellyn is, very sick at Gentry, Miss Anna Johnson, Ceoll Hvo lon- g.Roy Bishop of Kingsburg, Call and is not expected to Sirs. J. R. Boone, Nov. 17. Rov. Gooch filled vc ,hniu ni(M mr1, ()f ,M!ru 0'n m Novis, Gcnlry were guests prcsenl-M- rs. William Turner, who! tho pulpit at the Baptist Church, fornla, Is visiting friends in this Tho Citizen Is so much boiler sinco miekeve mke wn nreiiientniiv idiot has been seriously ill for soveral of tho family of Wllgus Hunter, Saturday night and Sunday, but did vicinity. Logan West and a friend tho Kentucky nows Hems havo been u(i inKtuntly killed hv Otto Grow, a Sunday. Thomas and days, is slowly ImprovingCIiiTord,1 Saturday not preach Sunday night on account of Bcfca Collcgo spent Sunday wilh added. Elmor Puckett of Blooming neighbor boy ami companion. The tho littlo son of Mr. and Mrs. WmJ Kindred visited tho family of of the serious illness of his littlo W. W. West and family. SIlss ton, III., camo in homo (asl'wcok tiinw bo U in u crlou anil pitiful Fowler, is tory sick. Mrs. Vano Douglas Young, of Kingston, Slon- - boy. Sir. nnd Sirs. Luther Cox nnd Fannio Dowden, of Bryantsville, In seo his sick mother. Everybody frame of mind ay Iho result of the accident. children aro hero from Flcmlngsburg was tho guest over Sunday wilh her hero seemed woll pleased about the all. Junction, visiting friends and rela mother, Sirs. J. T. Thompson. SIlss rcconl election Democrats and Alnyllchl. At a meeting of tho IWcnl tives. The whooping cough is still Ethel Estrldge, of Lancaster, spent court the npproprluflou uf fii.'MHJO to week-en- d KENTUCKY NEWS j meet the Mute and federal aid money wilh her mother. raging in this vicinity. Tho chil- tho j to he extended on the Fancy Farm (Continued from pago ono) dren of Jas. Hayes and Tom John- nov. Green Todd Is tho new prenchor s road, wan ordered rcHcludcd. The son, who havo boon ill wilh whoop- nt Wnlnotta. Ho filled hi) regular Winchester. AUss Alice Ileye, Red who mibtciihed fl5,(X) on thin ing cough, aro bolter. Alex John- appointment, Sunday. Sir. and Mrs. I'rosN utiio who kitw mtv Ice at wiine road nro relieved of payment ni son of Hamilton, Ohio, is visiting John Tatum, Jr., of Point Leavcll, Is making Iiillis at movfar as this court Is concerned. his brother, Tom Johnson, of this are happy over the arrival ot a ing picture theaters for th'u cause. its before-the-war-hiReturns to boy In their home. placo. Illckmuii. A wedding Hint came ua. Iih. George Witty has a a great burprivo tn Hickman people Curllble. Paint Lick standard of quality Disputanta IlufT Orpington hen which hu Inycd wus that of Roy llcttcnmurth, of thin Paint Lick, Nov. 18. J. T. Allen, Dispulanta, Nov. 17, O. M. Payno three cycles of egg and rained three city, and Mltui Alary il Stiuuge, the and son, Stanloy, have purchased who has becn il for so long, died broods of chicken allien February. wedding occurring at tho homo of tlui tho slock of merchandise belonging last night. Tho bereaved family bride In Fulton, Ry. our sympathy, Last Thursday to G. V. Owens. Mr. Payne has have East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else m ro I i . . ...... ,,, ln-e- e Wo I i -- - , J hVZTX - , ' l,,-l- d dsn-emlln- 1 I I5.-I)- uring '"Dr. flt l If1 ; n.i "' 1 -- ' ex-Jai- ler i i ; et and-Mari- No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Hour gh cltl-sen- Once Tried Always Used London, Ncav incmhi'iv of he conn-