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LEHMAN, M.n.ilnf Editor Kntmriti nt tk iMaJfrm at fitrm, Ky., at ttrnni Ham March, t?9. ttiulrr Att Il4uhr,l Retry Thurnl it atflltrta, Ky r?e-voti- a The Citizen to tlxe Interests of tlcie BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, To-u.nta.r- People Our Threefold Aim: To GlTa the News of Bcrca and Vicinity To Record tho Happenings of Bcrca College; To bo of Interert to nil tho Mountain People. Vol. XXII. Fivo Cents Per Copy KENTUCKY. SEPTEMBER 9, 1020 Ono Dollar and Fifty Cents per Year No. 11. In Union Is Strength In the state of Maine they Invented prohibition, beginning In , under Nenl Dow. And now they hnve Invented n way to help country churchoi. Where there are two or three churches In a country plnce, they unite and have one strong church. Each denomination has its Home Missionary Secretary, and these secretaries get together and ngreo which church shall ho given up In each place, so that tho wenk shall give up and tho strong shall live, and if the .Methodists give up In one place, tho Presbyterians shall give up in tho next place. In Ohio they have a plan a littlo different. The churches In each place worship together and have ono minister, but each church keeps Its own organization and has business meetings from time to time. In one place threo churches wcr4 raising $000 each. Coming together they had $1,800, nnd the business men not church members were so pleased to see something worth while in prospect thnt they gnve $800 more. 1851 Russian Waifs Brought to America CENSORSHIP ORDERED BY GREAT BRITAIN World News (f Germany has shown much good judgment in refusing to join with Russia in her campaign against PoIN REGARD TO DATA FROM BED-S- I land. There was much sympathy DE HURRY CALL IS SENT along the eastern border nt one time. FOR MacSWINEY'S WIFE. It is reported thnt the Allies also sought the help of Germany, which was also refused. A long period of Decided peaco Is needed by Germany to reWhen Mayor Experiences Sinking Spell Moral Forces Rallied cover and she is wise in keeping out Dy English Labor Resolution It of wars. Drafted at Portsmouth Congress. vfritern Kewpaper Union Newi Servlc. Our English Cousins Owen Wistor, who is Iwth a writer nnd an international observer, calls attention to the great Influence for good which is felt throughout the world by the combined influence of the American and English nations the English speaking people. Englnnd nnd America hnvo the snmo langunge, tho same Ideas the snmo prido In justice, and tho same df liberty nnd religion. Each nation has Its faults and has committed some great wrongs, nnd they havo had two wars between themselves that are rather exaggerated In our school histories. But really these two nations re ono in aspiration nnd purpose, nnd their combined influence is tho greatest forco on earth for all that is good. When President Frost was in Egypt, he found there donkey boys and street merchants from all parts of Turkey and Africa, who had fled from their native countries so ns to be safe and free under British rule. All the lands administered by the English have been made prosperous, progressive and free, liko Canada, Australia, India. There have been some mistaken methods and some cruel governors, but tho world has never seen nny equal record of successful fairness. America is trying something of the kind in the Philippines, and and in Panama, which aro going on pretty well so far. Wo are glad to sec that France has her idealism also, and other nations. But England nnd America arc one in their devotion h and fair-plato liberty, free-speecfree-speecy. A shipload of Russian wutfs were landed In San Francisco (lie other duy, to mnko their homes In the United States. The Illustration shows the children of San Frauctsco gathered In tho civic center to welcome, and types of tho newcomers, carry Ing their belongings In sacks. Kentucky News Paris, Sept. 2. The Bourbon Fiscal Court met Thursday with County Judge George Batterton presiding. The report of the road department shows that it had sufficient funds on hand to continue road reconstruction through September. Tho official report shows U. S. News Marion, O., Sept. 3. Cooperative farmers' associations for distribution of fnrm products were advocated by Senator Warren G. Harding in n speech here today as a necessity if food prices are to be reduced. En Route With Governor Cox, Sept. The western "swing" of Governor James M. Cox was opened early today t, rear plat with a form address to a railroad station crowd at Toledo, while the Demo cratic candidate was en route, to 3. before-breakfas- The Mountain Preacher The mountain preacher is a man who ought to be thought more of. Sometimes he is ridiculed because of his lack of city ways; and more often he is forgotten because he only comes around onco a month. But God's recording angel ranks him high among those who have "subdued kingdoms nnd wrought righteousness." As compared with other preachers he Is moro independent. Preachers outside tho mountains nrc constantly tempted to make or to get a "call" their preaching please the wenlthy to some church that pays a larger salary. But the mountain preacher is like the prophet Amos, who supported himself by raising flgs nnd so was able to preach the truth whether the peoplo liked it or not I And the mountain preacher always preaches because he has a message, ho feels a "call," an Impulse, to preach. Too many other preachers make their high office just a profession, like law, or medicine, by which to support their families and hold a respectable place in the world. But tho mountain man leaves his farm, his mill, his store, Saturday, and posts otT with his saddlebags, over long trails to "tend" a littlo church In one place on "tho first Sunday of tho month," nnd over other trails to reach other littlo bands of Christians on the other Sundays, because he loves them, and because ho has something he thinks will do them good. And what about success T The mountain preacher keeps these four churches alive, he keeps up the moralities and decencies of life through theso scattered communities, ho holds his revival meetings every summer, he is tho guide nnd pillnr for hnlf a county, and under most adverse conditions ho can show his church members nnd his young peopjo wonderfully well established in "tho things that aro pure and of good report." Wo can forgive him if his speech is rude, nnd his dress unfashionable, and if he sometimes digresses into the philosophy of roligion rnther beyond his depth. Ho is a inspired man. Let us kill a chicken and prepare a good bed whenever ho appears, and help him nnd encourngo him, nnd honor him. Among nil Cod's sonants ho is one of those "Inst" who is very likely to bo "first" when tho grcnt accounting is made. s, d, that for July, Kentucky production of petroleum was barrels, an average of 24,1G1 barrels a day, while for Juno it was 754,000 barrels a day, an average of 25,153 barrels a day, nnd for May, 70S, 000 barrels, or Michigan. 24,774 a day. Frankfort, Sept. 1. Tho State Vocational Education Board today appointed Miss Betsy Madison State Supervisor of Home Economic Education. Her salary will be paid, one-haby the Stato and the other half by the federal government. lf Chicago, Sept 3. Representatives of tho Chicago packers have sent letters to stock raisers, railroad of ficials and bankers of the middle west and far west, asking them to attend n conference here on September 10, to discuss plans for financing in creased production of live stock. U. S. Gets $5,535,386 Canadian Paper in July Sept. 7. News print nnd book paper exported by Canada to tho United States in July was valued at $5,535,380, according to a special re port Issued by the Canadian Pulp & Nicholasvillc, Sept. 1. The Elk-hor- n Association of Baptist churches opened hero today for a two day's session, with 750 members enrolled. The meeting is being held at the city school, luncheon is served in the basement by the local members. All previous records for attendanco at the Blue Grass Fair were smashed Thursday when approximately 20,000 men, women nnd children passed through tho gates. Moro than 4,000 automobiles were parked on the grounds, nearly twice as many ns on any previous Thursday of Fair week. on any one day Mac Swlney, I.ord Mayor of Cork, experienced so decided a sinking spell thnt his wife, Mrs. Muriel MncSwIney, was summoned hastily to his bedside by prison physicians. The medical men Informed her that ho wns nt n point closer to death than at nny time since his hunger strike was started 25 days ngo. Under orders from the Government the prison officials declined to give out Information concerning the Lord Mayor to newspaper men. All information hereafter will be approved by the Home Office before It lb given out. It was said thnt the Government planned to delay vital announcements pending the strengthening of the defense forces that ure likely to be needed when the public Is Informed that MucSwlney, a political prisoner, died of starvation In un Eng-ll.-- h Jail. On leaving the prison, Mrs. MncSwIney said: "Britain has forsaken us. Our only hope Is In American pressure by strikes such ns those of tho dockers, and by the withdrawal of money from English sureties." The full moral force of organized lalwr in Great Britain was placed Mayor by behind the hunger-strikina conference nt Portsmouth, representing cr.00,000 workers. The congress passed a resolution reading: "We view with horror and Indignation the decision to allow Lord Mayor MncSwIney to die. Organized labor will hold tho Government to be for the death. Such blind stupidity will render tho reconciliation of Kngland and Ireland almost Impossible." "We ure doing everything possible to prevent the carrying out of the policy toward MacSwInoy,' Insane said J. II. Thomas, representing the rnilwny men." Ho read the letter of Andrew llonar Law saying the Government wns Justified In Its course because MueSwinoy was a rebel. He declared that Bonnr Law, "more than any other man," Justified the Ulster rebellion In 1014. He added Uiat none was punished for this reblllon. The British Dominion League naked King George, as Commander In Chief of tho armed forces of Great Britain, to repeal the sentence passed on MacSwIney. Tho request states that "a grave national emergency exists." g court-marti- Iindon.Toronce The BolshevikI since their repulse are disposed to grant better terms to Poland. They withdrew the demand which they mode that Poland should arm two hundred thousand working-me- n as a militia. This would virtually give the radical working men's clement control of the nation. There is no indication as yet that the terms have been accepted. France has given to General Wey-gan- d, the officer who Is most responsible for Poland's brilliant repulse of the Russians, tho decoration of the Grand Officer of the Legion of Honor. Tho French are naturally very proud of the record of their army and tho Polish hfTair has increased its prestige in Europe. The Russian advance into central Europe menaced tho peace of the world, and to prevent its success was a triumph. g A son of the of Greece, Constantino has aroused the Rumanians by his engagement to marry Princess Elizabeth. They resent a further connection with tho Hohen-zollcr- n house. The princess, however, has a mind of her own, and threatens to elope if her plans are interfered with. their representatives The Knights of Columbus through now travelling in Europe have performed several acts of courteous recognition that may keep alive a friendly feeling for the U. S. They placed an equestrian statue of Lafayette in the city of Metz, in Lorraine, and in Genoa they placed a silver wreath at the base of the statue of Columbus. Turkey has recently sent a minister to the Vatican at Rome. This Is tho first time a Mohammedan country has ever recognized the Christian Church. It was dono because of tho Pope's interference in behalf of TurkSuch ish prisoners In the war. breaks in the traditions of past hatred are encouraging. The election for President of Mexico passed off quietly and General Obregon was chosen with littlo opposition. To all appearances peace has been restored. Tho Provisional president, De la nuerta, In summoning Congress, said that Mexico was at peace "internally and with foreign nations." This is another sign that wo are entering a better period. The Mayor of Cork, Ireland, Is very near death as a result of his hunger strike. Every attempt to induco tho English government to release him has failed. Lloyd George replied to tho request of Mayor Hylan, of New York, hut refused to comply. The prime minister has left Switzerland, secretly, as threats have been mado against his life. Paper Association. Red Cross Conference Representatives from all Red Cross chapters in Ohio, Indiana and Ken tucky have been invited to attend an important conference in Cincinnati, O., September 9 and 10, when tho pcaco time work of the organization will be discussed from a local, divisional and national point of view. MICKIE SAYS WHICH LEAGUE? AAWT Harding's recent speech. It docs not look liko good American common sense to discard tho Leaguo already mado and in nctual operation for ono that is very much in the air. Are wo so conceited a peoplo that we must make a leaguo all by ourselves, go around to the nations of tho world nnd ask them to abandon tho ono to which they havo agreed T Senator Harding has called tho Leaguo of Nations "a failure and a wreck beyond tho possibility of re pair," and Senator Lodgo has charac terized it as "a battered hulk." It is truo both of these men havo dono nil they can to mnko it such, but their words express a hope and not a fact The peoplo should know tho facts DAV Tho following summary of tho League IS at work, by Raymond B. Fosdick, written at Boothbay Harbor, Me., Sept. 1, 1020, is both correct nnd sur prising. Read it over and get your feet on solid ground. Why glvo a moment's thought to the Impractical Train Strikes Automobile, proposition of a new and different 2 castle, Intl.- - Miss Murl Adam- - Leaguo, yhen so good a ono already liiillunupollH, iff years old, uud exists, au wo navo to no is to join DouuiU Uyrd, of Fruiikfort, Intl., 82 Marshall j'och of Franco says tho dis years old, wero killed when the automobile In which they were riding wat order and discontent of tho world Is (Continued on Pago Fivo) truck by a lUg Four pussengur trulu. evo tWUfF TO SO IT Ntk.BLAVAt TW" "TOMJN NOT TVv WkPSR HON VVAOKEfUiN AtMfUMlOlN feM tOOOa CUT V4HCf N4MSft ' N ft. VJWWt THAT Hi NV1X IN V i IAQGER PUVCt SO HI COULD RUM TttMG6 ON K BlOOtU 6CAU rV 1W HOW tONNH WCPtft ocs. 1 By Prof. J. It. Robertson It is becoming apparent that the American people aro going to have sonio kind of a Leaguo of Nations, cnll it what they may. Such would bo a fair interpretation of Senator Frankfort, Sept. 2. Adjutant General James M. DoWecso wns notified today that a company of infantry has been organized nt Pinevillo by Senator White Moss. R. E. Leo .Pulllam is tho company commander, and an inspection" for organization will take place in tho near future. The com pany is made up of sixty-seve- n men, nil of whom, with tho exception of three, nro former service men. Beattyville, Sept. 2. Subpoenas to appear before the Federal Grand Jury at Covington were served by Deputy U. S. Marshal Oscar Vest on the following companies dealing in coal: Warner Coal Company in tho person of Its president, Samuel Hurst; Bcattyvillo Company, In tho person of its manager, C. W. Anderson; Jameson Coal Company, In tho per son of Its vico president, Thoma Jameson; Beattyville Fuel Company, in tho person of its president, Samuel Hurst. 21 Poisoned Starr Cadwalladcr, manager of the at Church Picnic, Greens- - burg, Ind. Grecnsburg, Ind., Sept. 7. Twenty four persons wero stricken with pfb malno poisoning after thoy had eaten a dinner prepared at a country church g near here. It Is thought that tho poisoning was caused by pressed canned chicken. For a tima sovernl wero in a dangerous condi tion and threo physicians were in at tendance. It is thought that all will recover. homo-eomln- Lake Division, says, "Tho conference is planned to inspire and encourage tho chapters and branches which havo taken up peace tlmo activities and to Obregon Is Winner In Election. give definite help to thoso which need Mexico City. General Alvaro Obreadvice in carrying out plans for the gon, a candidate of tho Liberal Confuture." Headquarters of the con- stitutional Party, won a decisive vicference will be nt the notel Sinton tory In tho elections contested throughout the Republic for the purpose of the Mexican President Scientists Find Causo of Sleeping choosing naccording toofscattering unRepublic, Sickness official udvlces. His opponent was Saratoga Springs, N. Y., Sept 8. Itolilcs Dorulnguoz, who was Discovery of tho cause of sleeping nominated H tho National Republican sickness was reported today by Dr. Party. Tho vote Is reported to liavo I. S. Wechlcr, of Columbia Univer been light and no reports of disorders sity, to tho stato conference of health have been received. officers and public health nurses, In session here. Tho origin, ho said, was Four Barrels Whisky Found on Farm. found to bo n filterablo virus, which, Ilnrrodsburg, Ky. Charles Gibson in experiments, has transmitted ths nnd Rowan Sauttey, of tho Internal revenue' oltico at Danrlllo, assisted by disease from man to monkeys. Deputy Sheriff Wultor Kennedy, of Kentucky Weslcyan to Seek $500,000 this county, recovered four more barof tho 17 stolen from tho D. L. Winchester, Sept. 7. A campaign rels In this Moore distillery warehouse, is to bo launched soon to ralso $500, county, on the night of August 21, 000 for enlargement and Improvement when the two night watchmou were of tho Kentucky Wesleyan college alleged to havo been held up by armhere, which Is not to bo moved from ed men. hero as was somo time ago content Tourists Killed By Falling RocK. plated. O. D. Crockett, formerly of Buffalo, N. Y. Fulling 180 feet from of PresI Uie brink of Horseshoe Fulls onto tho Winchester, a brother-In-lndent Campbell, will havo charge of bridge leading to tho Cuvo of tho Wluds, under Nluguru Fulls, five tons tho campaign. of shale killed three persons uud seri ously Injured two others who were If nnyono wants a happy old age, crossing the bridge. A sixth occupant of nil never betray his of tho bridge escaped uninjured. ho must first 1th optimism; second, nover brood over out warning tho huge muss of shale he past and tho dead: third, work crashod onto the frail bridge, splinteriiwny to (he Inst breath, to keep as ing it into a thousand pieces uud coninch of Ins cerebral elasticity as pos- - tinuing on through Into tho Cave of tho Wluds beneath, carrying the tlvs vursous with It, w Ten Dead as Result of Wreck. Denver, Colo. Ten persons were killed and 70 Injured when two luter- on a curve urban cars collided head-onear Globevllle, a suburb of Denver. A special car ou a tralu carrying holiday pleasure seekers' to Eldorado Springs, a resort, collided with a regular car returned from Boulder to Denver, ou the Denver and Interurban Railway. According to officials at tho Globevllle Station, the conductor of car failed to obtain orthe ders to wait at Globevllle for the car. The Incoming car. was two minutes behind schedule and was running ut high speed. n The Treaty of Alliance between England and Japan is about to expire within a year. This opens up many questions in regard to the renewal. It is suggested that tho U. S. Is much concerned and Japan would like to havo us a party to any new According to tho arrangement. League of Nations, such treaty cannot be a secret one. Stagger Imagination. Huggestloifs of distances more and more Ineoncehablo aro a feature of recent astronomical Investigation. In studying tho parallax of a sixth magnitude stor, Dr. Robert Trumpler has found n tenth magnitude star more than eight minutes of arc from it that has the some largo proper motion nud the same purulhix, and ho concludes that the two stars must undoubtedly be connected. They are separated by not less tlmii 13.200 times the dUUnco of tho earth from the sun. Revolving In a circular orbit around a common ccuter, they mutt require hundreds of thousands of years to complete a single rcrolutlon, and yet they are so from the multitude of other star systems that there Is no luterftreuca with their companionship. to Fngt) Two THK CITIZEN September 0, 1020 Berea College Alumni Association Articles, (This spnce bclonps to the Alumni Aoclntlon of llrren letters frcru emdiiiilci Willi piihlihrl In full or Ic news Hems nnd nlxtract evert week. The Alumni Editor, Sccr. M. K. Vaughn, Bcrea Col. lege, Berca, Ky., will be plenjeil to recelle lin.r eommunlmllon of Interest from members of the Association.) perr-on.i- College Department COLLEGE ACTIVITIES BEGIN" The time Is nt hand when a new year of school will begin at Bcroa College, Already most of the olt BEREA COLLEGE ORGANIZATION OF WORKER Alliance Ofliccrs PRKMPKNT's i'.ll;e. omen President, William J. Hutchlns Chios Creech, Roy, U.L. Tenchcr, Bcrea Address, Bercn, Eccles, Wm., A.B. Pn. Assistant, Nurse. Address, Cincinnati Branch Hospital, Cincinnati, O. Cocks, Mary, Ph.B. Born Dlllsburg, Ky, Matron of Boarding Halls Ind. Born Grcensburg, Berea College. Address, Berca, Ky Congressional Li Frost, Edith, B.L. Born Berca, Ky, Student Nurse in the W. Surburbnn brary, Washington, D. C. Address Hospital, Oak Park, 111. Concessional Library, Washington, of 1917 Born Wooton, Ky Foundation School O. I ft r V I t Ailtant: Oel.lrn ton, N. C. A. I ItKlXt Gmidey Mn. A. L. Golden Ritter, Henry A.. B.S. Born Toledo, lTliWrmr: Sol. Frailer uperinteitilent. Edward - lUtwrti Aug 17, 1920. MIm Alice Chrbtopher Cincinnati, O., 0. Soldier, Teacher in Berca Acadthcr, Alfred, both of whom desire Tewher. Wm. R IUi Hoane Tatern. Matron. Mix Jml S. Moor emy. Address,, Columbia Univer- Secretary of Berea College: AMbtant, MIm Caatle Seale to bo Bcreans in the future. This AciJra; Donn, Francis E. Mnthony As Secretary (corresponding) of ratmltrea. Mn. J. F. Ilaugh sity, New York City. was my first visit on a fruit farm FittllJ Item of Women. Mitt Joy Ser Board Superintendent of Boarding Hnlls: Smith, W. J.'P., B.S. Born Moravian, the class of '17, I am anxious to get and I enjoyed CWatry Home. MUt Mary K. J that especially the juicy Miss Mary E. Cocks IJemeattry Pt ilnlagy and thMetl C. Teacher. Address, Big Stone in touch with all members of that N. Matron of Common, Miia iNa M. Flther raspberries, fresh from the vino. Franeta K. Matheny class and so am asking that you Gap. Va. AMhlanta : KtWtkh. Ckarle. N. Ihwtt With best regards to you and yours MIm Kliiahrth Ilrownlee EawHah. Max llekm C. Mraflg St. Clair, Ray, B.S. Born Louisville, send as complete a list of addresses and thanking you MIm Hath QuIIUi Htatory. Ur John M. Peak in advance for Mbt Kltle lljrard LaMB. Mlta Kalhertfte Trao Ky. Student in Presbyterian Theo- as is available so that I can get in Ml,. Delia Ililbrey giving these matters prompt Maine maliet. John N. Ptk. Mn. A. ft. WeMler logical Seminary. Address, Care of touch with them personally. Mlta Qraee Firuei Lawreetre Cole. Harry II. Waller Mitt Gertrude Airman Sorltl SMeeieet. John F. Smith I have just returned from an ex- Presbyterian Sem., Louisville, Ky. Raker. Ralph T. Miller Very sincerely, FollJi Aittttant. Walter II. Cattl Susie Hol Griffin, Arleigh E., A.B., B.S., B.L. ended visit with Sue, Doan, Thomas A. Edwards Dolla M. Holiiday, tlao lltit.Pow. Superintendent, George G. Diok Born Coghill, Tenn. Address, 1365 iiday, in Rochester, N. Y., and white AaaarUo. liari W. ttwUa 500 W. 7th St., Cincinnati, O. racaltr D of Woeaeei. Mom Utr J. lUtaaher cr, Water AmUUmi: in that state I paid my respects 'to E. GOth St., Chicago, 111. CaaMtry lloaao. Mia Ahaatall S. Marrow rirnett A. Dernier Hoy J. K.w,rd Daeta Tcmpleton, Robert, Ph.B. Born Gate Lake Ontario by crossing for a short Jaaech I. Kolrrta Karklh (Imte: Robinson Critce's Island. City, Va. State Representative visit on the Canadian side, where I TkotMe A. CalwaraW Separate Faculties bri W. Iekla Totiago's failure to obtain greater from Scott Co., Va. Address, Gate saw some very thrilling sail boat Mlaa l.aer J. HliteW President, Wm. J. Hutchlns Calltit Mn. Herateo Arrabrickt races, thrilling because somo were recognition of Its importance as tiro City, Va. Ftcaltj Roy Creoeh Dean, Karl T. Waugh only nutlientlc IloMnson Cniwe Is Richardson, Miss Agnes, Ph.B. Born flying the Stare and Stripes, while SevoMa OrxieDean of Women, Mlta Mary K. Wrlth land" Is doubtless duo to the fact that Mr. fdla Howon Illoloay. Wm. O. Uurnwaht Munfordville. Ky. Married Robt, others were sailing under the Union It Is a retiring little iUiuxl, concerned Mra. A. S. ghtrwaJ ChemUtry and Mathematlea: Math Grade. Mra. Karl W. IeWn Templeton. Address, Gate City, Jack. Needless to say, I rooted for, chlelly with Its plantations and trade. Franklin C. Thontpn rtftfc flrooV, Maw Myrila PakMar AMittant, Luther M, Amoroee the Stars and Stripes. At Niagara lA"avIng Crusoe out altogether, Tobu-- J Va. Half Ihty MutL Mn. Jihm 8. Kirk Falls I spent some very pleasant go has had an eventful history from I Waters, Charles, B.L. Born Oketo, Kan. Student and Tutor, Miama hours seeing for the first time this tho tlmo It was discovered by hrls-- 1 THE CAMPAIGN OP 1920 of patriotism, honosty, justice, so- of two men, Warren G. Hnnlln, or University. Address, Miami U., one of the seven world's wonders, and lopner oimnuu!, on ins luini voyace, By Prof. I.cVant Dodge until England took It from France In briety, purity nnd religion, nnd by Jaws M. Cox. shall bo called to the it docs make one feel very, very frail Oxford, O. rolling up n majority vote make it most responsible position in the whole IV. Tb.j Candidates Williams, Cooper, A.B. Born French-bur- and trivial to stand and watch the ISO.'! and started to turn It Into a profitable colony. Its present estate In the preceding article, the at sure that thoso vital principles aro world. In speaking Ky. Teacher. Address, masses of water hurled with such after a century of English rulo Is less of this question, tremendous power over the ledges of that of n desert Island than of a partly tempt has been made to give a per- faithfully carried Into effect As n Tub CrrKKN ryndors may consider Frenchburg, Ky. Wolf, DcWitt, B.L. Born Dungan-no- rock. wooded, partly cultivated and built up fectly fair statement regarding the matter of fact, it is practical meas- iim as putting myself under oath, I platform declarations of the two lead- ures rather than nbstract principles, sluill measure my words with the Before returning, I spent a day at Isle of tho tropics. Va. Address, Cleveland, Va. ing party conventions nnd also with for or against which we cast our utmost caro. Newcomer, Lillian, A.B. Born Hope, Chautauqua, where I saw Dr. and It happens that of all respect to the interpretations put votes. In thus voting our present the "BalP' Llnbtnlnn. Kan. Married DeWitt Wolf. Ad- Mrs. Raymond, Miss Jameson, Miss mon montioned in Lee, Miss Austin antl Mrs. Carl Hunt Occasionally dress, Cleveland, Va. readers report hav upon those platforms by tho oppos- sontimonts, we need to remember thu papers as possible nominees, by or hettrd of a thunderbolt ing candidntos. In each case the that changed conditions In the future one party or the othor, those two are daughter. Mabel Knight, of '13, Ing Andrews, Lillian Marjorie, B.L. Born and Lcesburg, O. Address, Lcesburg, was with mo and it was her first' Tailing In some place, or nn account agreements nrc far more numerous mny make unwise a specific act which th ones in rot;nrd to whom I havo meeting with Bcrcans since leaving appears ot the damage dtniu by a than the differences. Wo now come now seems the propor thing to do. had the boat chance, O. nt short range, Very often this can le tliuuderbolt. to the more dolicntc task of compar- In casting our votos, we really can for forming a judgmont. Both Baker, Myrtle, B.L. Born Berea, Ky. Berca and needless to say wo were accounted by certain forms of are Married Carrol Robie. Address, both happy to meet with them. llRlitiiing, particularly that known us ing tho two nominees. This work I only indicate our choice ns to the per- Ohioans, nnd in my g study shall try to do in a no 1cm impartial son who shnll have tho responsibility of prominent political clmracters, I 255 Safford St., Wollaston, Mass. Music week was in full swing nnd "ball' lUIitnln.'. The "baJl" Is probaBaugh, Anna K B.L. Born Bcrea, wo enjoyed beyond description the bly an Isolated iipliere of ozone gas manner. Doubtless some will be sur- of dealing with tho unforeseen havt hud n closer acnuaintnnce with Ky. Teacher. Address, Bcrea, Ky. concerts given by the New York containing a considerable amount of prised nt my statement that tho conwhich are certain to arise. Hhe lendors in Ohio, my native stated Bicknell, Mabel, B.L. Born Berea, Symphony Orchestra. Readings, lec energy stored In It by tho action of siderations involved in this article are Thus tho real character and capacity than with those In Kentucky even. Ky. Married S. R. Jones. Address, turcs, various exhibits of summer elcctrHity during a thunder xtorin, more important than thoso previously of the man Is of tho first importance Pour yours as;o I spoke from the earthward!) us n luminous Hartford Apts., No. 20, 1134 Har- school work were likewise enjoyed. which fl In discussed. It is common for people in choosing nn officer to be intrusted same platform with Senator Hnrd-ibull nfttrr a W!Vfr flash of rtchtnlng, vard St., N. W., Washington, D.C. My visit nt Mabel's home in Ripley, and to say that they are for principles, with large oxecutive power. at n G. A. R. Cnmpflre, nnd at exiJodes with extreme vlolenee Boyer, Grace, Ph.B. Born Waynes- - N. Y., was very pleasant and I was oil nearlnj tke earth. Tb? wiergy thug rather than for men. Tliero would In loss than two months we shall another time I had nn opportunity for field, O. Address, Paxtonville, Pa. very glad indeed to become acquaint- - liberated Is capable of rutHi.K ull the bo sound logic in this statement if be called upon to apply the ao..e- personal conversation with him. J one - danince ntlrlbulrd to 'tlmmlertiolts." Bush, Helen, B.L. Born Cincinnati, ed with her sister, Eleanor, nnd brocould vote for broad principles montlonod truths, in deciding whi h! (Continued on Pago Six) Ig, n, d D. C. Hammond, Bcnj., B.L. Bom Salycrs ville, Ky. Addrscs, 1217 Lcc St Charleston, W. Vn. HosHns, Hurley, B.Pcd. Born Hyden Ky. Teacher in Normal School. . Address, Normal and Collegiate In stitute, Ashcville, N. C. Hunt, Wm. Carl, B.S. Born Bath Co., Ky. Professor in Bcrea Normal Dent. Director of Bed Cross. Ad dress, Lake Div. f Red Cross, Cleveland, 0. Kilbourne, John, B.L. Born Appa lachia, Va. Teacher, Miner, Farm er. Address, Asbury, Ky, Lark, Charles, B.S. Born Gate City, Va. Address, Gate City, Va. Lewis, Homer, B.Ped. Born Cutshin, Ky. Address, Hyden, Ky. Mahaffey, Herman, B.S. Born Sturgeon, Ky. Student in Medical Col lege. Address, Louisville Medical College, Louisville, Ky. Osborn, Jesse Otto, A.B. Born Cot tagcville, Ky. Professor for next year in Bcrea College. Address Berca, Ky. Born Picklesimer, Parncll, B.Ped. Hager, Ky. Y.M.C.A. Secretary, Address, City Y.M.C.A., Wilming Gray, Minnie, B.Ped. Born Sunbury, 0. Teacher. Address, Sunbury, 0 Born Cyn Hafer, Lorcna, B.Ped. thiann, Ky. Student Nurse. Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md Address. Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore, Md. Cecil, James J., B.L. Born New River, Tenn. Lieut, in U. S. Army. Address, New River, Tenn. Hart, Mafra, B.Pcd. Born Bcrea, Ky. Teacher, Whltesbnrg, Ky. Addrcs3, Longview, 111. Ogg, Jewell, B.Pcd. Born Taint Lick, Ky. Teacher. Address, Paint Lick, Ky. Nunn, ,Emtell B.Ped. Born New burn, Tenn. Teacher. Address, Ncwburn, Tenn. McCollum, Jean, B.L. Born San Lorenzo. Address, 901-- 5 Federal Reserve Bank Bldg., St. Louis, Mo Born Hudson, Evangeline, B.Pcd. Chattanooga, Tenn. Married a Mr. Whitefield. Address, Kitts, Harlan Co., Ky. Holiiday, Delia, A.B. Born Hazard, Ky. High School Teacher, Address, 500 W. 7th St., Cincinnati, 0. Rust, Julia, B.Ped. Born Bridge water, N. C. Teacher. Address, Bridgcwater, N. C. workers and the greater part of tho new ones aro to bo seen about the buildings nnd on tho enmpus. And mnny of the old students are nrriving every day. The Convocation will nssemblo on Friday of this week at 7:30 p.m. in tho Faculty Room of Lincoln Hall On Saturday 'morning the several faculties will gather in their respec tive places for n short session nm! then all conic together in Convoco tion in Upper Chapel at 10 o'clock This will be followed by a general Fnculty mcctlmr in their room in Lincoln Hall at 11:00. Then ngnin on Sunday afternoon at 4:00, further Convocation exercises will be held. At 1:00 on Monday the offices will bo open for students to enter. Tues day the wholo day will be given to enrollim? students. Then on Wed nesdny morning, which Is designated ns opening day, will tnko place one of the greatest and most inspiring sights that Is to be seen in Bcrea, the procession from Ladies Hall to the Chapel. This will begin at 7:30. At 7:45 tho first United Chapel service of the year will be held. To those who have been here before this will be n glad day, as tho old home feeling comes over them once more, nnd to tho new students it will be an experience that will deepen and widen ns it will mark a new and larger epoch in their lives. The Citizen congratulates you for the opportunity of being in Bcrea this year. Seerrtary In rrrtlilrnt. MIm Helen C. Donattan Secretary, MIm Kllfi 1U Itaymon,! Attlttanta In KleM Work: Iter. Henry M. I'enniman Mln Anna I- - Kmllh FOR SCHOOL MAKAdRMXNT Corrti. pooatnet Rtliflon rlln NmbiI FmrHth. Jamra Watt Ralne AMlatanlt : Mlet Kalherine lltjrden MIm Mary Sherwood flreek. Mla Mary K. Wrlth Hlatory, Jamea It. KclrtMn Homo SeleiHO. Mka lintee M. True Utln an.1 Soelolory, Aliert O. Weldler Malhematiea, Jeo Othnm Mnlern I.rHlHre. Noah Calvin Hlnrhy Ineathin, C. Rnfonl Itaymand IteHctotn ! Donn, Cloyd N. McAllister Dean of Women, Mkt Katherlna H, lUwrriox Drawing. Mlta S. ltae lletlet Ulaeatton. Cloyd N. MeAIHiter KnKllth, II. I.. Weir BnifHih, Mitt Unite Frey IIMory. Howard II. flmtrt HWory. MIm Mary II. Itumtey llame Science, Mlta Annie M. Soulhworth Mathrmatire. J. it. Gulllltmt Natural Seleneet. Charlea D. Iwla AHlttant. tn F Otlllgan llural Fonomlet, F.rerett t T Itural Drmanttrallon Sehoid, Ather II. Strong Training School: Seventh ami F.lghth flradeat Mlta Ollle Mae Parker Fifth and Sixth Gradet. Clarence Nlrkelt Third and Fourth Grailri. Mitt F.llrn Schwelier Flnt and Second Oradrt. Mitt Virginia lloatrlght Secretnry, Marshnll E. Vaughn Attlitant, MIm K. H. fV.wn.fcn Dean of Religious Education: Rev. C. Rexford Rnymond Jotnt College Preatherai Faciltr Iter. Jan. W. Italn Iter. C. Heafnnl Uajmon.l Iter. Kohert (1. HiiUhini Dr. Karl T. Wauh Community Worker. MliMIetown, O.t Mr. anil Mra. Meredith Kakbaril UW MmIii Dean of Labor, Albert G. Wcldlcr Attlitant, MIm Iluth MeFall Supt. nt llrim Imluttry, J. R. Arnold Supt. of Clothing tnduttry, Mn. Mamie Jonea Health Officer, Dr. Robert II. Cowley Attoelatr, Dr. Harlan Dudley RMgway Vat!oal Fault Dean, Francis O. Clark tlran of Women. Mitt Alice K. Jlouglat lllacktmlthlng. Charlet W. Allen' Carpentry. Carroll C. Ilatton Director, II. Frank Kikrr Teacher. Itaar II. Ing Teacher. II. Ogdcn Wlntermut Teacher. Mlta Onle Slhera Kngllth, Mn. I.ura U Hauk Farm! Director. Wm. Jeete llalrd Superintendent, Charlea rfogene Houk Flrrtlde Induttrlrt: Direttor. Mrt. Anna F.rnlcrg Aitittanta : Mitt Fdltha L. Mitt Magdalene Itlehardton Garden! Saperlntendent, llenton Fielder Home Science: Director. Mitt Ulllan F. Amlrot CMhlng. Mim Nera I. Ilaker Mitt Grace E. IJewellyn Commerce : Litrirj Mule Librarian, Miss Euphcmla K. Corwin Attlttant Librarian, Mra. Klorrnte II. J. llarrla Attlitant. MIm Director of Music, Ralph Rigby Attlttanta: MIm Gladra V. Jameton MIm Sallle M. llord MIm Irma Forman MIm Helen Tuttle Wemeo Sao1 Rrcardi Alliance Dean of Women: Miss Kntherinc S. Ilowcrsox Registrar, Miss Ivanorc V. Barnes L1V1NO ACCOMMODATIONS . 8er FOR PROPERTY ANI Atcsuti Treasurer, Thomns J. Osborno Trait FiaJl A Attlttant Treatorer. Mrron N. Wetrott Accountant, Wilbur C NoMe Attlttant Accountant. Fleming Griffith A Upkeep ParcatMiBusiness Manngcr, Howard E. Tnylor Attittant Cuitodlan of Prorertr, Howard Hudion Superintendent of Conttructloa : Henry J. Christopher Superintendent of Hepalrai Jamea A. Uunreaa Attlttant Supt. of Itenalre. JacVten Itebertlon Fvrrman of Plumbing. I'ruitte Smith Superintendent of Oreun'l. llenton Fielder Superintendent of Fnreat. I. Ilurdette Chetnut Coeeratlve Store. Chat. H. Wertenberger NirttH: Director. Ilarton W. Hart Attestant. Uwlt R. Hart Mtaintaln Agriculture: Frtrlt, Frarrlt O. Clark Farm Crot. Wm, Jeete flalrd Demonttmtor. IUert F. S(ene , IWttry, I. Ilurdette Chetnut Animal HutKamlry, Ktlgar II. Klam Dairy, Feaiter Watford Dlreetar. Dr. laundry: Fl. 8ieflfltendent. Atarttaat Stjpt.. ralnllng! Hort Mlta II. Cowley Mary Ifflgaera MtM Hilda ffllbermann fr llfo-lon- -- que-tio- n Your Opportunity vldes standard courses in nil advanced subjects. Courses lead- ing to Classical, Scientific, Philosophical nnd Literary Degrees. NORMAL " - t XaTTf Jceengly laafcaaaauk nml,ltious Low sVCffi'' A The school which trains both rural nnd city teach- with special attention given to teaching. Equal stand- SiX-yc- ar COUrSe auaaaaaaaarVaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa the common for Preparatory The four is tho straight two course is designed nor go It gives tho best general education for those who cannot go further to VOCATIONAIz-Profossio- nal courses combined with literary sub- jects. For young men: Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Blncksmithing, Painting nnd Commerce. For young women: Home Science, Sewing, Nursing, Bookkeeping and Stcnog- - KSSBKlKfSfjBfi KjlfBBtBBSt HHHHKfeHHHM HflHM BKKffKKtfKjB tSinSBKKtKfB KrajWwHjJBHBfta h! IjHsssaaHBssiiaislHilisl jBmMj11 '' MssrBrltf 'IMIj olw. nn(1 or KM In the mountains can go through Bcrea r any of the Allied Departments, for $150 n year. As reduced by the amount of work performed. HjfiHH9RS BrlaPliaaaUlaaatalal A student of energy re,inlllity can greatly reduce the cash payment by work nm 7n))y 1)0 PAYMENT ' ,n cnsh or Inc'('c'tnl feo for the term Room upkeep for tho term Roard' 7 weeks Women $0 00 10.25 $33.05 $10.50 17.r0 $31.30 branches for students of good mental ability, above 15 years of age, who have been deprived of tho advantages of early education. MUSIC Cnblnet Organ, Piano, Singing, Theory, Band nnd Or- chestra. A fine opportunity to become n good musician at a very low cost COST OP TyHHBRaHPlwftte tRjjBBwffi KKtKtKKBKKf ggggtagaM BBMBBLaaa. t!Vk9tKBB-'jJtmift i ,WK. 'mtjfScSr Amount due first of term Board, 0 weeks, due middle of term $16,000 " ' ' " - Ladies Hall and Main Dining Room For Vocational subtrnot $1.00 from the above incidental fee. For Collcgo students, add $1.00. EvcryHa student must send $1.00 deposit in advance, otherwise, room willConimerco. Stenography, Typewriting and i n weck cxtr- sa "s'c !S! ip .r from COc' to from 50c. to $1.00 n week extra. - ff e'1; a ' ?rin. management ana studlctl economy, tho Collcgo is ablo to rcdueo tho cost of living in Berva to tho bat.U Wllh the hifc'h cost of al commodllto b a trying one, but thus far the Collcgo has won. Tu Uon fa nd b0ard for ab0Ut 125 a yar anl 'a"y olhev valuable and necessary additions to tho student', school life ?I.,in,8 r0.0R 6tudcnl fr0,m 1,10 niountains abovo fifteen year of ago, of good character, studious habits arid a willingness to ,eolur "e aro mviicu Hoarjod welcomo to Borea, but they must mako reservations In advance. business LIVING. By good ?,g frf1 T?0! Wnt US CnSlanl So SonlXTis ti. M 8,? nmM a. d uSSS Si a IS for a Catalogue and book of Chief Regulations, to the CJfa Secrtary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Kentucky. 1 September 0, 1920 THE CITIZEN to analyze ir ami couldn't." " The big tnnn wns breathing with difficulty. "I . . . you go down nnd no, Hint wouldn't do cither. . . . I wnnt to see blin nlone. I wniit to get Mm to cnll off bis Invcstlgntnr, so whpn wo begin n new cnmpnlgn we won't hnve nny verified report ngnlnst us on the "No, Hlrl" Ullllnrd shook bis bend smilingly. "I'm the mnn who's hnd to slnnd tho gaff so fnr; I'm going to be In on nny conferences. That's my piny I" Hnnnon licked his lips ngnln nnd swnllowed repeatedly, "Well . . . It's If you let tnc do tho tnlklng then . . . or . . ." Ullllnrd turned back to tho trans- Page Tkrec wns In himself", but proclaims n fa ther's Joy over tbp child of his live, And does nrit our Lord, In n pnrnblc, tell of a feast In a father's bouse by winch thnt father gives expression to his Joy over the recovery of n lost one? Jen, nnd ho sponks of music nnd dnnclng, saying, "They begnn to be merry" (but not tbnt tbey censed I). And It Is nil his own portrayal of the Joy In the heart of our Fnther God over you mid me who hnvo brought nothing to, him save our sin, Isnnc! Tlmt Is your nnme, my nnd It Is mine. It describes not us but lays bnre (be heart of our God. H. And of this child, thus born nnd bringing such gladness to his father, It Is written Hint Abrnhnm gnvc nil that ho hnd to tit nt, Tbnt vast estate, described hi (ten. 21, mndo over without reserve. And It "Is written for our lei tug," n fnlnt shndowbig forth of our riches In Christ "He thnt spared not his own Son, but delivered him up for us nil, how shrill he not with blm freely give as nil things?" "All things nre yours." "In everything enriched by him." How shameful thnt God's people should live Hko beggars when all the Father's wenlth Is theirs I Theirs for present enjoyment ns well ns for tho future. 4. With these fncts relating to Isnnc known, we nre not surprised nt hlft persistent dwelling In Cnnnnn. He never leaves the land. Cnnnnn wns good enough for Isnnc Is It for you? Cnnnnn Is the figure of that place to which, In Christ, God hns raised nil bis own: "He bntb raised us up together nnd mnde us sit together In the henvenlles In Christ" and his constant nppenl to us Is to be there In henrt nnd mhid. It Is the plnce of our blessing, for "he hnth blessed us with nil splrltunl blessings In the heaven-lies.- " Isnnc, dwelling In Cnnnnn, shows us the child of God abiding In tbe porsereno enjoyment 'of his tion. 5. In Cnnnnn, Isaac Is found by the well of springing wnter. And here, ngaln, is a holy symbolism which the Lord" hns Interpreted for us. "A fountain of living wnter, springing up unto everlasting life." "Out of his Innermost being shall flow rivers of living water." There Is no mistaking It; It Is the ministry of the Holy Spirit to Hie regenerated man, ranking Christ a fellow-believer, 1 well-know- n God-give- n henrt The 77ieMAN NOBODY KNEW Holworthy Hall OopfrtiM ... Agreed with hlnTTo the letter." boy stood close to the ft mnquernder. "I'm sorry, Ullllnrd It came nt four this nfternoon , . . we'd been bunting for you ever slnco . . ." ... Dwelling by the Well Dy REV. GEORGE old" ... , ttotl, Mtul A Oonpur, Id a. mitter. your -- In his feverish Joy Ullllnrd wns will-Into Ignnrp tlio obvious fnct Hint the broker's repentance wns ronnldernbly overdue, mill Hint It wns founded on expediency nml not on principle. Tlii tliniiElit of working longer for Hnrmon even If the securities ho hnd to Ml In future wore most consorvntlve filled tilin with nnuscn; but If tlmt were tbp only wny tn snve tlio how coulil Ullllnnl decline? How In his ibity to himself, could he refuse to work ngnln for Itnrmon. If this wpre the only nirnns to snvo his friends thplr monpy nlrpnily lost? He felt his veins throbbing to bis ngltntlnn. "Is Is tbnt n bonn title offer?" he fnllpretl. Itnrnwn's bnnil Mapped the tnble for emphasis. "Straight ns n string. To tell tlio truth you're Mrt of on my conscience. Vou're with me? All right Then ns for ns I'm concerned the contract's canceled hero and now. (Jot It with situ-ntln- g "Ask him to come right tip," be snld. He replaced the Instrument nnd looked nlnrmedly nt the broker. "You'ro not Weill" "Ves, I nm. . . . Now let's get nt tbnt contract I There's no sense tnlklng business until that's canceled, is there?" As Ullllnrd stored nt him nn Icy wnve of suspicion swept him from bend to foot. "Whnt's your hurry? It's my funeral. Isn't It?" "You aro nnxtous, thought Hnr tnon, "No no hurry nt nil. Only ns long ns I'm here . . . and tho gninc's played out as n fnvor to mo . . . let's cancel It. Where Is It? I . . . flood God, son, don't you wnnt tbnt thing out of the wny? It's no good with nn nllns on It! I'll put up the money A fdinrp rnp on the door stopped him short. Ullllnrd turned the knob; War ing nnd Mr. Cullen burst In. "Why, Mr. Cullen 1" ho said In ns. tonlsbment "They didn't tell mo you were herel Hello, ltufus." "Ullllnrd 1" Cullen's fnee wns red nnd excited. "Oh, I beg your pnrdonl lie hnd seen Hnrmon. Ullllnnl, taken utterly by surprise, begnn to phrnso the Introductions; bo hnd only Just begun when Hnrmon la tcrrupted Hnrmon with a set Jnw nnd blnzlng checks. He wns standing by tho writing tnble, nnd one hnnd wns resting heavily upon It His mnnner wns curiously npprehenslve, curiously I" ... ... I" ... I" 1 No. is The broker's face darkened. "Where r4 your Ullllnrd wns disinclined to tell how nnd why ho bad Intrusted It to Cullen. "It's safe." he inld. He could hardly contain himself; be looked nnd looked at Hnnnon, trying fnltbfully to reconcile the man nnd bis nppenrnnce nnd bis principles, nnd be fniled but here wns the great renllty confronting him ond the millionth cbanco had magically como true. It was warped honesty but It wns honesty no less. Hnrtnon licked bis lips. "Well, we'll clean up the whole transaction today nnd start with a new deal. That's settled. Oh, don't carry on like that. Ullllnrd. Now about this chap. Waring" "Oh, you atlll want to see him, do itr desperate. "Ah I . . . Mr. Cullen . . most hnppy, I'm sure . . . nnd Mr. Wnrlng . . . delighted 1" nis voice was silken In Its throatlness. "Gentle men, I havo the honor to be presl of the Sllrerbow Mining dent corporation He paused; his "Of Mon' hands weaved aimlessly. I tana. . . . Gentlemen. hear there's been some adverse critl clsm of our property . . . you'ro stockholders, I understand . . , not used to criticism . . ." He flung bis head erect "I offer you personally . . t to relieve you of any and all obligations . . . nnd pay bnck penny for penny." Here lili knees shook nnd he swayed appreciably. He wns holding himself upright only by tremendous, visible effort "Tlio man's slckl" Cullen stepped Waring and Hllllard toward blm. were standing fasclnnted. The broker warded off Cullen with both hnnds. "No, rm not slckl . . . Contract per calls for delivery of, ninety-ninon pay cent of capital stock ment of n hundred and twenty thou sand dollars . . . before December first . . . Tou've paid sixty-tw, . , Tm here . . . case of dls to write checks satisfaction for tho full amount paid down to date I release you . . ." "Ilelense usr Cullen all but yelled It nnd with a note of exultation which was electrical to Hllllard. get n notary "Ilcleaso you . . . " He sat down limply. "My check-booHllllard for Gods sake, " get mo my . . . AH at once he seemed to coUhpse; his head hung low, and his breathing be came stertorous. Ilia cheeks puffed queerly. Hllllard sprang to him. "ltufus! Call the office I Oct the house doe- - ... ..." ... physician nodded sldcwlse. "Nothing for you to do," he snld grimly; nnd Ullllnrd, only pnrtly nwnre of what he wns doing, gnvo heed to tho yellow blank. Tbe fourth telegram of the clay wns from llutte, Mont, ndilrcsed to Wnrlng. "Arrived hero Inst night nfter delny In Chicago. This morning's pnpers contain Informntlon ns follows: The fn nltrd vein on XLNO property nd- Joining Sllrerbow clnlm number one hns been loented about twenty feet from Sllvrrbow boundary. Indications nro ore body running nt lenst eighty per cent nvcrjigc nnd some plnccs high ns twenty. Also somo zinc nnd silver nnd traces of mnngnncse. This evidently extends well Into Sllverbow, where tho grentest vnlucs nre undoubtedly lying, nnd Judging from records of old XI.NC vein It's n trempndously big strike.' Understand XLNO owners offprlng Inrgo sum, snld to be well over for n controlling Interest I strongly ndvlrc all of you to get nbonrd for ns much ns Ullllnrd o will let go. Am sending this from of.Cooley, Ilcnjnmln Se Ttussell, who will not send sepnrnto report unless you wnnt It This Is wonderful news nnd mine Is sure winner, even If only a fraction ns Inrgo ns reported. Plensc show this message to Hllllard. Slg. J. J. ARMSTRONG." Ullllnrd snt down In the nenrest chnlr. Tho lump In bis thront wns choking him ; the moment wns so big thnt his feelings were primitive; his expression of them wero very simple, Ho only smiled; the mennlnglcss, vncU' ous smile of an Infant Thnt smlro em braced tbe entire universe; It was Indicative of a happiness so limitless, no perfect thnt It wns nlinost foolish. So Hnrmon, knowing from his own sources of the sudden strike, had rushed to Syracuse, to pose as a man of honor! So Harmon had wanted to meet War ing and find If Wnrlng hnd yet heard tho news, and, If he hadn't stop the In vestigation by apparent frankness and ready restitution. So Harmon had been eager to destroy the contract to promise Hllllard anything nnd every thing, to repay tbe money that was hnlf-mllllo- Ullllnnl wasn't Interested. "I'll unit until" Cullen signed to blm peremptorily. "Itend It, I tell yout . . . It'll give you n slnnt nn hlml" , Ullllnrd peered over the foot of tho bed; Hnrmon wns still lying Inert The GUILLE Moody Illble Etrnilon Department, Institute, Chlcaso. TtfXT-A- nd Imac dwelt by the well Lchalrol. Gen. S:1L rieiirnio thnt, no longer craving, It a chnnnel of blessing' to all nround. This Is Isaac's portion and It Is yours and mlno. Iltit If these figures of such blessing nro to becomo a renllty we must dwell by tho well. f). Hut this well of Isnac's hns a speclnl nnme: "Lnhnlrol" "tho well of blm that llvoth nnd seeth me." Ob, how that namo spenks to us of tho loving nttd endless enre of our unfailing God ! How It tells of bis regnrd for us, as though each wero his only child and his solitary enrol All our nffnlrs hts Whnt perfect pnrtrculnr concoml pence nnd rest for the henrt I My time are In thy hand; Oh Ood, t wlih them there. It Is enouglu Let mo bo found dwelling by tho well where I may dolly reallzo so great n blessing. es The Spirit of God Is nt particular palm to mnrk out the dwelling places of the patrlnrchs, as though to summon to them our speclnl attention. For In them nil be speaks, to those whose enrs hnve been opened to hear, of things divine. "Now we, brethren, ns Isnnc wns, nre the children of promise," sayS the npnstlo In Onl. 4:23, nnd thus explicitly sets Isnnc before us ns n figure of the believer In the Lord Jesus. And the first particular In which ho represents us Is his miraculous birth. For he was born of divine power, contrary to nnturo. Of his father It Is written: "He considered not Bis own body now dead, where ht wns about nn hundred yenrs old. neither yet tho deadliest of Sarah's womb." Under such conditions wns Isnnc born. Just so hns every bellover been of divine power. "As many ns received him, to them gave he power to become.the children of God." No power had we for this. God must give It! "Messed be the God nml Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, which according to his abundant mercy hath begotten us." Horn of Godl Whnt a word I And thus his children, possessed of his life nnd his nature. 2. When this promised son was born, Abraham's house was filled with laughter and they gave him a nnme to commemorate It For Isnnc means "laughter." It tells of nothing that he present reality, Growth. We never see plnnts nctunlly growing; we only take notice thnt they hnve grown. He who would form a sound Judgment of his spiritual progress must Uirow his eyo over long, not short, Intervnls of time. He must compare the self of this year with the self of Inst ; not tho self of today With Hie self of yesterday. Let the Others Be Careful. A tiny miss who had never taken part In anything before nn audience-wato sing In a church on children'! day. They were all tots In the chorus. Her parents, afraid thnt she might not tnkc her part well, decided something ought to be said to her at th Inst minute. So her father said, "Dorothy, now you must be sure and keep up with tbe rest when you slngl" 'Oh," replied tbe child, "I always keep up. I'm most generally ahead I" s Sickly Community Vou Handicapped. frequently bear a man say: "I nm not In business for my health." Well, be should be, for If he loses his henlth on nccount of his business, the money generally goes with It Good henlth. that Is, bodily health and vigor, lies nt the bottom of economic prosperity. sntlstjinghjscnivlns sueeeps. rnnnot carry forward commercial enterprises and make them big financial A sickly community ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE administrator of the estate of Jesse Lawson deceased I will sell at Public Auction at the old James Ledford place about i j4 miles from Paint Lick in Madiion County, on Francis Branch, on As ,an 4o Harmon hesitated. "Sure I Give him a little surprise, eh? If he's the who's becu bombarding us we'll pike his guns first. What?" He laughed noisily and Hllllard was at most too excited to dislike the laugh. "Don't bother to telephone the Onon daga ; we'll Just walk over." "Hut I thought you wanted to stay away from therer Hllllard was dis playing many of tho symptoms of In toxtcatlon. "Oh, not when everything's going along so smooth and nice! We can to up In your room and have Waring up there and be Just aa prtrate as anywhere else," Accordingly, and to the chagrin of a hovering waiter, they quitted their booth and went out to the open air. They reached the Onondaga; they ar rived at the mezzanine floor; tbey wero safe In Hllllard'a apartment "My I" said Harmon Jocosely. "I wish I could afford to lire like thlsl But you've got a rich backer, and He rubbed his hands In haven't" treat good nature; his eyes were sparkling and his fat body was with vanity. "Well, the first thing to do , . . Where did you say you keep that contract of ours hidden?" "Is there any hurry about that now?' Hllllard was fairly beside himself with Joy. "Well" The sudden whirr of the telephone buzzer seemed to ruffle the broker's nerves, for ha started vio lently. "Who's thatr ... Friday, September 1 7 At 9:00 O'clock a. m. The following described personal property: ... e ... ... o ... Including beds, bedsteads, bed springs, bed clothing, one nearly new cook stove, one nearly new kitchen cabinet, good kettle and other small articles. The cooking stove will be left at the home of Rosa Lawson on the Menlaus pike, and can be seen by prospective purchasers at her place at any time upon the date of sale. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE 15-fall- check-book!- There Waa a Dry Murmur From the Bed. subscribed already and then, as sole owner, to take an enormous profit for himself. No one In the whole worldand least of all, Waring and Cullen coulil have remotely fathomed the thoughts that were eddying In Hllllard'a brain. They were ,not for his own aggrandizement; they were for the Cullena and Durants and for the others who need never know the acid of disillusionment They were for tho Ideals LIVE STOCK gelding, one Includes one aged roan mare, one cow, one yearling steer, bay gelding, one aged mule, one yearling heifer, one sow and three shoats weighing about 100 pounds. tori" took down the receiver. Oh, yes, have him wire" He beckoned "Juu a moment ... ..." "Tes? . . . again, spilling half of It nilllard waa no ; hold the chafing tho broker's wrists. The three hilariously to men strained at the unwieldy, unresisting bulk, while leaden fear clutched at nilllard Cullen had raced to the bathroom for a glass of water; he raced back FARMING IMPLEMENTS One set of work harness, one dirt scraper, wagon, one new wagon box, tobacco setter, two cutting harrows, corn planter, double shovel plow, and other small implements. One nearly new Chevrolet one Touring Car which will be m good condition, two auto casings 30x3 rubber tire buggy nearly new. The terms of this sale will be to sums over $25.00 a note due January 1st and with approved security. To sums $25.00 and under, cash. On the same day and at the sama place I will sell for Mr. James Guyn his fine bay bay brood mare, one bay stallion "Starlight," one horse mule, one mare mule saddle mare, one mare, one colt, one suckling horse colt, one year old bay mare, one suckling horse mule brood mare, and one cow mare mule, one colt, one for other parties will sell a good work team, one and calf, and draft horse, 1 he had struggled toward; they were for tho friends who had stood by him. And there was one very especial and very manly thought for Jack Arm strong, who had been so courageous In medftlno sharply. He himself waa rat- his defeat and 80 neutraV In his be tling among his vials for tbe calomel. havior afterward, and who now had eent tho generous news winging eastIlufus wns at the telephone. "Anything I can do?" asked Hllllard ward, with tho request that Hllllard earnestly. Ills suspicions had crss-- should learn at onco of his vindicatallzed; and ho was bitterly aware tion. And as nilllard sat there, smiling that the broker had planned, not Justice, but some new brand of perfidy ; out Into tho silent room, and struggling to visualize the extent of fortune nevertheless, the man was unquestionably In danger and revenge could which had so abruptly smitten him, thero was a dry murmur from the bed wait "Nothing Just gtve me plenty of where Harmon lay, and a resulting si lence ao pregnant with meaning; that room." As the three stood watching pain the smile faded, and Hllllard was on with the present fully, Cullen put out his hand to Hll- his feet, open-eyehorror brought back to him. llard, and spoke under his breath. The physician was rising slowly from "Henry when did he comer cramped knees. "Only Just now. An hour ago." It's all over," he said; paused, and "Hadn't he told you? Or ha dot added: "Apoplexy." you heard?" The only man la all America who "Heard what?" could have testified to niniard'a simuCullen motioned to Waring. "Gtve l( to him, ltufus Oh, lation had ceased to breathe. I see; I see "Warlng'a Downstairs Now." (To bo Continued) Tho law student, without a word, produced a yellow blank and thrust ..Tarmon. "Warlng'a downstairs nowl It at Hllllard. Ho flashed a glance of Nervous strength, power of concen ready to see him, aren't your Indescribable contempt at tbe auplne tration, of application to a task, of was suddenly plunged The broker broker; bla eyea had lost some of control of emotion, of decision, of InInto uncertainty. their anxiety, hibition and perseverance, In spite of "Yea no I Nor "Oh, tb big crook P he aatd boydi (traction and fatigue, come only by "What's wrong?" HUllanl waa ej trclse and practice In short, by chill; ha tried ishly. "The big crook!" "Shhhl ltufus Stlll..nill!arA.at wirlc d M their hearts. The house physician bustled In to find the broker lying on the bed In a profound coma; bis reflexes had gone from him ; he couldn't be roused. There wns no need of a stethoscope. "Order an Ice bag," said the man of draft mare. All of these will be sold on the same terms as the tale for Mr. Lawson. Be on hand PROMPTLY, as we will not remain long, and will sail you the goods in quick fashion. ... ,u're R. G. WOODS Paint Lick Kentucky f Pago Four THE CITIZEN MEETING OF CITIZENS SUNDAY There will be n public meeting of the citizens of Bcren in tho Baptist . . t ounuay a cnurcn ni n ociock snnrp, O t to discuss the moral conafternoon, dition of our town. It is very essential that every supporter of law College. and order and civic wclfaro bo presMrs. Nannie Brannamnn, Chestnut ent. Don't forget the hour nnd the street, has sold her property on day Sunday nftcrnoon nt 3 o'clock. Chestnut street to Mr. Henslcy, one of the successors to the Welch DeBARNES SHOUT partment Store, for $4,700. The many friends of Miss Jewell Mrs. Laura Jones has been to Cleve land and Cincinnati, O., buying her Short will be glad to learn that she new fall and winter stock of haU, was happily married to Gcrrin G. Barnes, of Berry, Ky. returned home Thursday. i Tho bride is the youngest daughter Miss Madison Click, who hns been in summer school here returned with of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Short, of her mother, Mrs. Hugh Shields, to Jackson, nnd is n girl of sterling 'her home in Tuscoln, 111., after nn worth. The groom comes from n good extended visit with her grandmother, family and is employed by the L. & N. Mrs. Salllo Baker, of Chestnut street. railroad. Milton Lockhnrt hns been in O., for the summer. He reJONES WILLIAMS turned to Bcrea Tuosday and will asA quiet wedding occured Wednessist in the registration of students day, September 1, in the parlor of next week. the Glyndon Hotel, Richmond, when Miss Margaret Morgan of Marion, Miss Elsie Willlnnn was united In O., is visiting Miss Carol Edwards marriage to II. Clyde Jones, of John- this weok. She was Miss Edwards' son City, Tcnn. The, Rev. D. II. room mate nt Ohio Woslcyan last Mathcrly, pastor of the Second year. Miss Morgan was entertained Christian church of Richmond, per with a party to the hills the first formed the ceremony. of the week. They left September 4 for nn exMrs. Jack Hawkkins of Rockford, tended visit with friends nnd relatives 111., has recently been visiting her nround Johnson City, Tenn., nftcr mother, Mrs. Baker, of Chestnut which they arc expecting to make street. their home In Akron. O. All unite In Mr. and Mrs. Turner Gott of Ir- wishing Mr. nnd Mrs. Jones n long, vine were week-en- d visitors in Bcrea happy nnd prosperous life. last week. Miss Ruth Hillinnl was in Bcrea Classified Advertisements n few days last week, prior to leaving for Troy, Ky as teacher In the high Try our classified advertisements. school there. Miss Hillinnl has been They bring results. Fivo cents a in Battle Creek most of the summer. minimum charge, twenty-fiv- e Leo F. Gilligan returned Thursday line; cents. and will be a member of the Normal faculty this year. Mr. Gilligon will FOR SALE Plenty of nice tender also have student work in the Col beans. $1.00 per bushel. Phone 173 lege Department. 2w-llC. J. Ogg and daughter, Elizabeth, Tuesday from n week's visit returned WANTED A woman as a house In Madison, W. Vn., with Mr. Ogg's keeper. Washings sent ouL son, Aden. Aden Ogg is splendidly Address Box 117, Bcrca, Ky. located In Madison ns designing en- i.f. gineer for the county. FOR SALE Eight Shoats; weight Miss Grace Grogan, who hns been Phone 21. about 125 pounds. employed at Longvicw Hospital, Cin2w-llW. II. Moore. making an extended vls't cinnati, is with her sister, Mrs. J. E. Strong, FOR RENT on Center street. THREE FURNISHED ROOMS Mrs. B. P. Jones of Warren spent a couple of days last week with Man nnd wife preferred; would take boy students. 30 Boone street, Bcrca. friends In Bcrea. 3w-1Managing Editor is out ngain The 'this week on a tour of speech-makinin the interest of community organizaLOST Roman Gold pin; two gold tion. He is in Whitley county this bars joined with a blue stone at one time. end and a ram's head at other. SuitRobert Raine, who has been in able reward will be given If tho pin Detroit this summer with the Ford is left at The Citizen office. M6tor Company, returned Wednesday and will enter school next week. FARMS Miss Jewell Ogg left last week Do you wish to buy a farm In Ohio ? for Glrard, O., where she will teach No mnttcr what size, wo can picas this year. you. Our low prices will surprise Miss Iieno Houscr, a College grad- you. Good soil, good Improvements, uate of the class of , is visiting good roads, good schools, good marold friends in Berea. kets, fine water, near town, good Mrs. BInam Pitts, who hns been in neighbors. Churches of all denomiLouisville for medical treatment, has nations. Located In Green, Warren and returned home. Miss Nnnnio Gabbard, who has been Montgomery counties. I mako ono in Underwood, Ind.. for some time, trip each week. Go with me. Call on, or write returned to Bcrca last week for n 3t.-llRobert Lamb, visit with relatives. Bcrca, Kentucky. moving this week John Parsons is to the houso on Center street, which he recently purchased. FOR SALE Two farms 4tt mDes from Berea on Big Hill and Bereft pike. Well watered; good Improve ments; lots of grass. WUI sell one or both. One has 148 acres; other Dealer in CO acres. Lots of good tobacco laad. For further Information, write or call M. J. Carrier, Star Route, Bcrca, Ky. Telephone 68 Berea, Ky. (t. I) Tiero i I ' n. I p. n. 2. g p. September 0, 1020 LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF DKREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A Trof Geo. C. Hcwcs, who taught In the Collegiate Department f last year, and also Mrs. Howes, wero at the homo of Prof. Dodge for a week. They were shipping their furniture to Barbourvllle, where Prof. Hcwcs will have a position in Union MONEY ' IDLE IS AN EXPENSE Mako your money work for you. A Term Savings Account in this Bank works for you every day earning 4' . interest compounded jicmlan-mtallYour own good Judgment will tell you that the only wny to success is to save nnd then rott while your money dos tho work. Begin today a dollar Is enough to y. Best Blacksmithing horse shoeing, ftno iron work and repairs of all descriptions at the College Blacksmith Shop, Main street, north of The Citizen Ofllce. advertisement. Scientific Mrs. Allen Williams and children have returned from n visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Short, of Jackson. Thomas Utze of Butler has been visiting relatives here. Miss English, Secretary of the local Red Cross, is again In her office after n pleasant vacation with her sister near Hopkinsville. Miss Fannie Moycrs, who has been visiting Mr. uml Mrs. J. F. Dean on Jackson street, left this week for Covington and will later go to Detroit for the year. 1? A. M. Clark is visiting his father, S. P. Clark, on Walnut Meadow Pike. He is soon to locate in Richmond and will be engaged in the Insurnnco business, representing the Commonwealth Insurance Company. Miss Myrtle Berg writes that she will ngain have charge of the Home Economics work In Rlnard, la., and that her sister, Eugenia, will teach in the primary room at the same place. Mrs. Rose Carncs recently moved Into rooms In Prof. Robertson's home. J. G. Chastccn and Miss Bertha Robinson of Bcrca were quietly married last Thursday, Bro. Hudspeth officiating. Misses Bettle and Mabel Lewis of Lexington spent Sunday and Monday with home folks In Bcrea. V. R. Black and family of Richmond visited Mr. and Mrs J. H. Mack-so- n Monday. tsrt an account horc. To keep up saving ytui should have one of our Liberty Bell Banks in yonr home or office. It will spur you on to independence. airr UllMtl'V ONE OF OUR BULL BANKS Berea National Bank JOHN L. GAY, Cashier JOHN W. WELCH, President 1 Yes Sir! We're Proud of Our Fall Line What We'll Do For You At Hensley & Cometh's Succesors to S. li WELCH Dept. Store. ist. We will sell you anything in the Hardware at the lowest price. Line Misses Ladies 2nd. We'll give you nice Juicy Steak, Pork Chops, or Old Country Ham and Bacon at our Meat Market. 3rd. Fix your shoes or make you a new pair while you wait. and Stouts 4th. Make you a Single or Double Set of Harness, Saddle, Bridle, Belt, or anything made of leather, while you wait. 5th. We'll sell you at the Lowest Price, Hay, Corn, Hog or Cow Feed, Salt, Oats, anything you can mention. DONT FORCET Coats Suits and Hensley & Cornett Berea SucccMort to 5. E. WELCH Department Store " Dresses Kentucky Attention, Housekeepers ! Prices are Moderate "Seeing is Believing" The Duerson Hardware & Grocery Stores offer the following prizes to the housekeepers of Berea and vicinity: Three prizes, first, second and third of $2.50, $1.50, $1.00 in merchandise, of choice, for the best assortment of canned fruit and vegetables nut up at home Only one can of a kind will be accepted, and the .assortment must range from four to six cans of fruit.and vegetables. The exhibit will be made in the Hardware store of Duerson & Company on Thursday, September 23. Don't forget the date and the prizes. These Stores arc Here to Serve the Public in Every Way Possible Lexington Cream Flour Gold Dust Flour Keen Kutter Tools White House Coffee That Good Paint, "Hannah' Green Seal" And a hundred other things are yours if you come after them W. F. KIDD Real Estate Duerson Hardware & Grocery Co. Phone 129 PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES E. F. Dlney, Principal Attendance continues to increas- eTuesday's reached 273. This paBt week, seven teachers from tho Public Schools of Cincin nati visited our school. Three of our school rooms aro filled to overflowing already. Wo nro now warning outside pupils of our crowded condition and thai first place must bo given to pupils of tho district. Tho Seventh and Eighth grades organized a literary society last Friday evening with Miss Amanda Bogie president, Morris Canfield vice presi dent, Luclan Adams, secretary, Frances Gardner, treasurer. Mrs. C. E. Campbell motored to Itichmond Saturday. Miss Young spent the week-enwith home folks nt Itichmond. Somo outsiders havo remarked about tha wonderful spirit and xest of the school children for play. Now we hopo to deserve somo notico for classroom performance. d Our Line Of Hats Our Specialty" We are pleased to show you our new stock of in style hats at our store, Snappy, corner of Chestnut and Parkway streets, Berea, Ky. I have just been to Cleveland, Cincinnati and Louisville and personally selected the most charming line of hats ever shown in Uerea. te day at 11 u.m., upon "Mercies in Iteservc." Tho topic of tho mcotlng Thursday evening nt 7:30 will bo "Giving and Taking Advice." mld-wcck New Fall Millinery Beggars Description Bigger and Better Than Ever List Your Property FOR SALE wilk All the New Shapes All (he New Colors We Specialize in Hats Hats Only We fit you in a hat becoming to you. Your particular style, coloring, general outline is studied in our store and you are carefully fitted in a hat that will add to your appearance, the beauty and style that be6t suit you. We will not sell you an unbecoming hat. We relieve you of the worry and uncertanity of choosing. It is no longer a dread task to buy a hat. Come to us ; we satisfy our customers, and they stay satisfied. We Sell HaU and Sell Them Right Scruf gs, Welch & Gay REAL ESTATE AGENTS Berea, KenUcky F. L. MOORE'S Biggest Hat Shop In CMadison County Jewelry Store FOR Jennie B. Fish Co. Berea, Kentucky Phone 164 Mrs. Laura Jones First Clata Repairing AND Cor. Chest, and Park., Berea, Ky. UNION CIIUKCII An address for tho opening of tho Fiaa Collcgo year will bo given, by Dr. Ilutchins in Union Church next Sun MAIN ST. Liae f Jewelry BEREA. KY September f, 1020 THE CITIZEN ganized nnd is now nt work on the beginnings of n plan for universal disarmament for submission to tho nations of the world. Obviously, tho United States is not represented on this commission. 4. A permnrfent Mndatos Commission has been appointed, (ns provided for in Articlo XXI. of tho covenant), to supervise tho administration of tho territories nnd peoples freed from German nnd Turkish rule. Tho npplicntion of this new principle Is vitally Important to us, not only from tho standpoint of freedom of trndo for Amcricnn commerce, but still more, from the standpoint of establishing n system of justico which will prevent backward countries from becoming tho (tlndorbox of future wnrs. fi. Tho plans for n Permanent Court of International Justice havo been completed nnd nro ready for submission to tho Assembly of tho Lcnguo nt its meeting in November. Mr. Root served ns n member of this pnrticulnr subdivision of tho League's activity. C. The Council will plnco beforo the Assembly in November tho pro posal for n joint committeo to work out the plans nnd principles of ceo nomlc blockade as the strongest guar nntee of world pence nnd the greatest restraint on a bandit nation that tho countries of tho world havo ever ngrced to put into effect. Unless tho United States is a member of tho League, it cannot join in forging this powerful weapon. 7. Tho Financial Conference called by the League of Nations for the last of this month Is the most important international gathering since the Conference of Versailles. The Leaguo hns brought together n mass of information on world economic matters such as has never been available before, covering such subjects ns inter national finance, credits, currency, exchange, etc. At this conference, which touches the interest nnd g of every nation of tho world, the United States will not be officially represented. 8. Single-hande- d in Poland, with funds provided by Its members, the League is fighting the typhus epidemic, doing Its best to keep back from tho rest of the world the flood of this fearful scourge. The estlmat ed cost of this work is $15,000,000. The United States has no port in the well-bein- rage Fire 1 -1 Berea College Hospital Be.liKqulpment ami Service Siin-Parlo- M Lowest Cot. Ward, for Men and for Women. I'rivnle Hootni. Ilnthi. Klectrlc Senlce. Surgery, Care in Child birth, Eye, Noe and Ear GENERAL PRACTICE Come in ami rlli an eitnlilUhment, wlilch l a friend In need, and In reach of all the people. Roiiisht II. Cowley, M.D., I'hrnlcl.in Harlan Dudliy, M.I)., I'fmlcUn Maroarut Mim Mary Grant, M. I)., IMiydcInn I.onoacrr. U.N., Superintendent Mm klmr Miu-rr- , R X., Head N'une S. N CHANGE IN RATES March t, the ratei for lwrd and room of pnntte patient, will l.e (tf to f iS per week. The rates for patients enred for In the wnrdu will remain the lame $t per day. I'y Order of Prudential Committee. Herea College .. . I T. .1 nf VU1 UllUllollt'U BCJlCinCS. tl V, IJ, Flnnnory, livestock specialist of middle Tennessee, is visiting his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. J. Flanncry. Miss Orn Flanncry of Bcrcn spent Saturday night nnd Sunday nt Ridge Crest Farm nt tho homo of relatives. T. J. Flanncry nnd son, Arch, nttended Richmond County Court Monday, September C M. B. Flannery of Berea and Wm. Click of W. Vn., nc companled them in Mr. Flannery's new car. Miss Mary Powell of Kcrby Knob is visiting relatives in that vicinity. e D. H. Smith W. W. Rominger Smith CBi, Rominger Funeral Directors On September 2, we will open business with a full line of burial supplies. Auto Tie Citizen A family Newspaper for all that ! Ah will keep It safe fo' you Ah'vc n splendid plan. right "You sab nn' Ah'li keep it safe, Snfe an' mnkc it grow So you'll be secure from want, When you're old an' slow." So Ah took my Unk's advice, And you bet Ah'm glad; It enmo in de nick o' tlmo Kep' mo from do bad. J1.60 IS true, and Interesting I'utllihul Etrr Thundajr, at Dtrta, Kr. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. So lot do rain como bcatin down to Hnn! upon do roof; Send monrr lir PMt.afllti. of Ktnraa A thousnn' dollah U. S. Bon Money Onler. Draft. Itrelitrrrd Letter, or Am per' nigh watch-prooprKi i wo rem llimri. on The date fter xour nam on lab) ahowa to what date rour aubacrlptlen li paid. If ACCIDENT OF MONTGOMERY It la not chantrd within three weeks after renewal, notify ui. JACKSOX Mlaalnc numbers will be gladly auppllrd Montgomery Jackson, son of Mr. If we are netlned. Liberal terme (Wen to any who obtain new aubarrlptlsne for us. Anyone aendinr and Mrs. J. H. Jnckson, wns seriously ue four jreartr aubaerlpttnna can retelre injured Saturday night about 10 The Oltlien free for one rear. o'clock, when ho was struck by a Advertising rates on application. freight train, cutting off his left I Foreign Kepreitentnttve I foot nnd so badly bruised bis leg THE AMI.RIC A PRf!H that it wns taken off just above the knee. A few friends and hts brother, THAT It A IX Y DAY Cecil, wero coming up the street, f. SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAVADLE IN ADVANCE Year SU Month! Thre Months On " (Incorporated) WM. FROST. Edllor.ln.Cnl.t J. O. LEHMAN, Manaflnf Editor a ... , Dreyfus Dreyfus, Sept. 4. This is a busy season for people in this end of the county. Fruit canning nnd tobacco cutting nro tho chief occupations. Tho camp meeting conducted by Bro. Turpin hns terminated. Thcro were only two ndditlons to tho church. Every one seemed to hnvo enjoyed the pie supper which was held nt Dreyfus schoolhousc on the evening ni i tc I oru. rrt nrocceus tro ui ouiiii-iiiui-- r . inc to buy winter coal and to pay rent for( nn extra class room, which is veryi much needed. Some of our young people nr i going awny to Lexington nnd Beren, where they will enter school. We wish them a good year in school. E. C. Pittman is leaving for Detroit, where he will bo em ployed. He plans upon returning to Berea College for tho winter term to complete a business trnining which was begun last year. Raymond Layno, who has been with the Amcricnn Rolling Mills of Middlctown, O., during tho vacation, hns returned home for a few days before starting for Berea. ,v,t-- g - and Horse Drawn Hearses. Embalming. Calls Answered Day or Night. ' In The Concrete Block between J. M. Coyle C& Co. and H. C. Pennington, on Chestnut Street. Phone 130 Berea, Kentucky Louisville & Nashville Railroad ANNOUNCES ROUND TRIP Excursion Fare $7.34 BEREA TO Louisville ACCOUNT Kentucky State Fair Tickets on sale Sept. 11 to 17, inclusive, and for trains scheduled to rive in Louisville before noon Sept. 18th. Tickets good for return to reach Berea before midnight Sept. 20th. For further or detailed information, apply to local ticket agent. ar- Caroline McCarty Rain a beatln on do roof I Who enros fo' do rain? I'sc all fixed fo och ns dat Cain't akecr me again. 11 Ustor was dat Ah was 'fraid Of a rniny day, Thinkln' Ah wns gcttin' old An' nothin' laid away. Ustor be I'd nit an' think When I'd hear it po'; Ah was takin' one mo' step, do' I Towa'ds tic po'-hou- heard his groans, and went to his assistance, not knowing who it wns until they got to him. They soon made things ready and rushed him to the Robinson Hospital, where he is being carefully attended. It is supposed he had started home, ns he was between the depot and tunnel. No one corned to be with him to tell nnd ho is not nblc yet. Mr. Jnckson has a wife nnd four children, who have our sympathy. BLIND NEED MORE BOOKS "What tho sightless need and will always needs is more and better books," declared Miss Helen Keller, perhaps the most notable blind womnn in Americn, in giving her endorsement to the American Library Association's plan to promote library service for the blind. "Surely the joy nnd interest which hooks bring to sightless people who livo barren lives is the strongest plea for tho work which tho Amcricnn Library Association plans to start If the new books nre printed, you enn be sure of the most enthusiastic np preciatlon nmong those who receive them. They will mean not only nn added sourco of entcrtninmcnt, but nlso many new doors to the thought, experience, beauty, of tho world of light. Tcrhaps tho worst thing about blindness is that it makes us feel apart from tho ways of our fellow-meBooks charm away bitterness, nnd lo, tho fulness of life is ours." n. All defects In the air passages, as well ns the unphyslologlc conditions arising from them, must bo corrected before ono enn breathe properly and be well. ATTENTION! LOOK WHAT IS COMING It is my pleasure to announce that Mr. T. J. Todd has employed me as his e agent to what is known as the E. C. McWhorter farm in Garrard County, Kentucky, on the Richmond and Lancaster pike, (also now called the new Federal Highway, over 200 miles long,) and to offer this farm in small tracts from 10 acres to 100 acres to the highest and best bidder. sub-divid- But dc good times came at las', Work an' splendid pay; An' Uncle Sam n ycllin' loud, Sab fo' n rainy day 1 "Work an' sab up cbcry.ccnt, Ebery cent yo' can; Jno. P. Dean J. W. Ilendoa DEAN & 1TERNDON Dealers In Real Estate, Berea, Ky. Wo are still selling real estate Do you want a good Blue Grass farrat Wo havo It I Want a small farm near Berea T Yes, wo have It I Want a Como on; houso and lot in Boreal wo can furnish it I Want a vacant lot or unimproved land? Como on to us 1 of WHICH LEAGUE? property, and havo added many dc (Continued from Pago One) slrablo farms and houses In town. In addition to our local business wo havo being increased by our delay, nnd ho for salo a number of desirable farms Is not n fanatic. in tho famous Miama Valley, iho "1. Tho League of Nations is now "com belt" of Ohio. So if you want member nato leavo tho State, seo us before composed of thirty-nin- o you go, and wo will "put you next l" tions, representing seven eighths of the peoplo of the globe. Prncticnlly Wo havo just revised our list "beautiful spring" has coma Ruroin, Mexico, nnd tho and gono; countries. It seems probnblo that Tho wheat is threshed; wo've laid Germany and Austria will bo admitted by corn; nt the meeting of tho Assembly of And now tho rovers aro beginning" the Leaguo to bo held nt Geneva In to roam, November. It is significant that the To rent a houso or buy a homo. Germans participated fully at tho They aro searching tho country International Seamen's Conferenco of far nnd near tho Leaguo nt Gcnon, nnd not only For a good location for next year; the Germnns, but the Austrians, HunThey want a place near town, as garians nnd Bulgnrinns have been ina rule, vited to tho International Flnnncinl Whero thoy can put their children Conferenco of tho Lcnguo nt Brussels In school, on September 21. husAnd whero tho grown-up2. Tho rnngo of tho Lenguo's work band and wife, may bo indicated by the following Can get tho most plcasuro out of schedulo of its meetings. Parenthetilife. cally, it should bo noted that tho Berea Is tho placo whero you want League's policy Is to hold its meet to be, ings in ns many different countries And Dean & Herndon tho men to ns possible. Tho Council of tho seo; Leaguo hns held sessions in London, You will find John Dean still at Paris, Rome, nnd San Sebastian; the The Bank; International Labor Conferenco of tho His grub being short, he's lean Leaguo met nt Washington, tho Inter nnd lank. national Seamen's Conferenco of tho Horndon keeps up his rambling Leaguo at Genoa, tho Jurists' Advis around; ory Committee nt Tho Hague, tho His offlco Is "any old place" in International Health Confcronco at London, tho International Ports and town. But when you find him, he soon Waterways Conference at Paris, tho can tell Armaments Commission at San SebasWho has tho cheapest farms to sell. tian. Tho Financial Conference will Como on to us, wo'll help you find soon meet nt Brussels and tho Transit A houso or farm to suit your mind. Conferenco at Barcelona. S. Tho Armaments Commission of Respectfully, tho Leaguo (provided for by Articlo t DEAN & HERNDON. IX. of tho covenant), has been or- Tho s, all the nations of the world ha'c joined it except the United Stntes, task of repatriating the n prisoners of war Russians, Germans, Poles, Hungarians, Rumnninns, etc., who, due to lack of transit facilities, are still retained in enemy countries It Is estimated that 100,000 of these men will be returned to their homes before Christmas. 10. Tho League has established an International Health Office, a bureaa to fight the international exploitation of opium nnd othef drugs, nnd a division to suppress tho international trade in women and girls. These points represent the main activities of tho League in the seven months of its existence. It is far from "wrecked." It is going nhead most courageously, rapidly organizing its work, regardless of tho United States. We cannot destroy it, nor can wo substitute another league in its place. Indeed, tho latter conten tion is tho sheerest absurdity. We have only two choices to stay out- sido of n community of nations or f ganizeui lor cooperntton nnd peace, nnd thereby lose our wholo placo in the world, to say nothing of our own soul as n nation or to como into the League, (with, reservations if we think necessary), and put our shoulder to tho wheel in nil those great movements for which American foreign policy has rdways stood." Other articles explanatory of the League of Nations will follow front time to time, hnlf-millio. financing, 9. Tho League is undertaking the This Sale Will Be Conducted on September 14th 10 O'clock a. m. Rain or Shine A beautiful tract of land with long pike frontage situated in the heart of things, the land of plenty, where any man, woman or child will be glad to spend the remainder of his Description: days. Good neighbors, good school in one corner of the farm, good churches in walking distance, store, blacksmith, mill and small village, Manse, Ky., within 200 yards of this farm, 8 miles from Lancaster, 3 miles from town of Paint Lick, 1 lt miles from County High School. The thing about this farm that will interest most peoplo is good land. This land will produce as much as any land. Lies so tractor machinery can work over all of it. It is well watered by ponds, concrete tanks and pools. IMPROVEMENTS frame residence, lighted by Delco Lighting System with automatic pumped water system, two bath rooms and running water on both floors. Nearly new frame garage building to hold two cars, carriage house, servant house, laundry house, double corn crib, large stock barn with concrete silo, a wagon scales, small stock barn, large tobacco barn. The grounds surrounding tins home are as pretty as can be and not possible to describe this property in words. We will make an effort to have a photograph in next A two-story, 10-roo- m EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS (Continued from page eight) Shockley, Edna Botkins, Snda O'Dcll, Haley Lamb, Myrtle Gadd, Farris Botkins, Louis Ferguson, James Fer guson, Charles Logsdon, Ralph Logs don, Mac Lamb, Oran ShockUy, Georgo Short nnd Edwin Short, llluo Lick Bluo Lick, Sept. 7. A number of tho enterprising tobacco growers of this section nro sorely dismnyed at tho appearance of a diseaso known as tho firebllght irremedinblo so far as known to agriculturists everywhere. Tobacco is being cut and housed, regardless of its maturity. Another great cry comes from tho fox hound owners ovor tho country. A singular epidemic is depleting tho canine element with startling rapidity. Scienco has not yet explored that realm for tho extermination of tho malady. This industry was gaining great favor and proving more lucrative than any commercial activity, but now that the brake) have been applied and many havo been disappointed and battled in worldly aggrandizement, they can turn from tho lpA tn nritfltAi 4Mn(v In 1 ft "Wo mount to heaven on tho ruins week's advertising. The sale will be coaducted on the square and you will be pleased with your purchase if you buy all or any part of this elegant home Mr. Todd at the We want you to call and look this over before sale date. farm will be delighted to show you and the undersigned will go any time with you to look. R. Paint Lick a WOODS - Kentucky V Page SIX lf THE CITIZEN September t, 1020 r V For Mr. Cox to the most money. being cut five nnd one-hatimes as THE CAMPAIGN OF 1920 the ability of Cox and to bellttlo speak of the money gathered by tho ns it Is produced. More thnn fast (Continued from page two) Harding ns being of smnll size Intel- other party as a "slush fund," to reConducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special 80,000,000 acres of land that should This is in addition to the opportunity lectually. I am wllliiiR to risk my fer to "war profiteers and others" ns bo growing timber is unproductive of watching him from tlmo to time in reputation by saying thnt, while Cox Investigator buy the presidency," to waste, much more is only partially tho Sennto Chamber, during a four Is quick of speech, bold In assertion, "trying to sny that the Republican leadership CHOI'S each year he hogs his productive, and fires are. steadily ing in fertility THE HKSr asli and energetic In n marked deprce, "has simply gone mad," to mention and n hnlf months' stay In soy benns nnd corn. causing further deterioration. I have listened with the his utterances will bo pronounced by his opponent's name nnd record with inpton. any man can raise The best crop Soy ltcans for Knsilagc closest attention to three speeches the render of the future as distinctly n sneer, Is not n whit less than nn on a farm is a crop of Just plain kids. by Governor Cox, the Inst time less weighty thnn those of his op- outrage. would be the use of working What sllapc Is not to be recommended. ASSOCIATIONS ARE BIG HELP standing within eight feet of him. ponent. I trust that, to the end of Cox keeps on the safe side of tho hard to develop a fine farm unless - I rnnnrf oi WilPTP BOX ha By n sinpulnr coincidence, tho two the campaign, Harding will continue law by admitting thnt Harding In Evldsne. of Popularity ofPian With some Rood, dependable there woro and corn are mixed, three parts beans by dis- his Innocence doesn't know about tho stnndnrd bearers are both Journal to mnlntnln his Small Dalrymtn It Shown In 1ini' In lisive it to in the end? But of corn and one part of soy beans, tn Misslstlppl County. ists. Both wcre born nnd reared on passionately discussing questions of alleged "corruption fund." But even boys and girls arc more difficult to fillliiR the silo. This siinRC keeps n farm, in humble circumstances, and policy nnd refrnlnlng from personal there ho slips in n personal Insult by cows or raise than From Attnla county, Mlslstppl, both have secured n competence of well, Is readily eaten by stock, nnd flings at his rival. In the meantime, intimating that Harding will not fino horses. flesh new evidence of the popularity of tho animals show pood pains in this world's goods. Both nro in the Cox's stock In trade Is chiefly an ap know much about what will be going pets so in the bull association among fanners with Sometimes a farmer or milk production. very prime of vlporotis mnnhood peal to tho rabhlo by making charges on nround him, if he becomes PresiMnnll dairy herds lias come to the attercsted in building up n fine farm Soy Means for Seed tention of the dairy division, United Cox is fifty years old some time dur which he cannot substantiate This dent. He unblushlnply charges thnt he forgets to for his children thnt Thus fnr, soy beans have been a ing the present year, and Harding may capturo some votes nmonp those Harding will be as putty In tho hands brine up the kind of children that very profitable crop when prown for Stntes department of agriculture, will be fifty-fiv- e on the fateful second who do not hear both sides, hut I of the "Senatorial oligarchy," or me iimimiiiieiiiciu time a co-... with a fine farm. He can be trusted I... Iw.n scei, nui i nc operative bull association has btvn or- - of November, the election day. His think he underrates the Intelligence "ring," or "clique," or "gnnp," or can't leave the boys to grow up any voloped mainly in a few sections, cnnjle,i tlmt cmn,m,nty prominent public career began a little of tho Amcrlcnn people. "secret plotters," who early one mornmore than he can turn his cattle loose such ns eastern North Carollnn. The Dairying n new venture earlier than did thnt of his rival. almost Governor Cox Is so completely fall- ing decided upon the Ohio Senntor in the neighborhood and expect to character of its growth, Its uniform with many of tho fanners In Attnln men nre ready writers, nnd both ing to mnke pood his ns the rnndidnte. Any one achave fine stock in the end. large yield comity. l'crhaps lr Is this very new Both maturing habit, and its "A farmer who is developing n fine of prain recommend the soy been for ness nnd tho consequent lack of prejti-see- d spenk in public with fluency nnd charge that the Kcpublieans nro rais quainted with Senntor Harding could force. Neither one would bo con- ing a $lf,000,000 fund to "buy the not Imagine him ns retorting by refarm that he hopes to turn over to production. Under ordinary con-- . dice In fnvor of ol.l methods of doing proatest presidency," that there is likely to ference to the combination of thoso boy some day should devote ns dltions the best varieties of soy beans (Jlln,Ks ""t has made It so compani- - sidered ns sizing up with the his ensr Introduce this m.Mlern statesmen of tho pnst; nnd yet olthc" be a recoil upon himself. In one bosses with nn unsavory record much time to the boy ns to the farm," will y.eld from 20 to 30 bushels in'llrclJ of , mMe of seems to outmensure in ability and speech he admitted that he wished of Tammany Hall, Tom says Alfred Wostfnll. He should the acre. The cost of producing tho l0 ,,nrj.,non , tIle n,.,,. ,mvo in public experience, at least oipht his party had as much as the other. Murphy Inillann, Jim Nugent of Tag-pa- rt of New mako him proud of his business. He crop when the beans are planted In si10Wn themselves fo he progressive, should develop in him nn early inter- rows is pencrnlly about the same as but ono mn especially stands out ns or ten previous occupants of the The fact is that tho legitimate expen Jersey, nnd Brennnn of Chicago Presidential Chair. Harding's chief ses of loth parties In n presidential to "put Cox over" when tho contost The for corn. est in agricultural matters. leader In this respect. We will call farmer should give the boys his ideals seed, him Green. He Is n good old South-whic- h oflicinl work has been ns a member campaign arc necessarily Immense, nnrrowrd down to a struggle between The feeding value of soy bean of the Oh'.i State Senate, Lieutennnt nnd no one but n demngnguc would and be sure that he brings the lad contains about 35 per cent of "nor who Is said to have fanned for Governor and United Stntes Senntor; in thnt seek for n political argu him and the clean, . up nn honest, dependable man. He protein, is very high and compares omo sixty the agricultural extension thnt of Cox as n short time member ment. It certainly little becomes the should look after his health to be favorably with other concentrated, All flings of Cox nnd others nt agents from the federal nnd stnte cf ConpreJi, nnd Governor of his supposed dignity of n Presidential "the old guard," may be classed as sure that the boys arc strong and feeding to animals the ,mrnncnu camo Into tho communfty to stnte. l or For that position he wns once candidate. It will be readily admitted petty politics. In calling "reactionvigorous. And by constant effort on seed is ground nnd used with some mll nsSoclatlon Green wns elected, then beaten, nnd afterward that either party which, by a spy : orRan70 aries," as if they were criminals, all his part he should develop in the less concentrated feed. Experiments tj10 ,nnn tlley caiiel on first. They twice elected. Hardlnp lives happily should get access to the pri- tho trained stntosmcn who see that young man habits of thrift and in- comparing n meal and cotton- - knew from experience thnt he would dustry that will insure his success. seed meal indicate that soy bean meal he very likely to see the advantage of with the wife of his youth, childless; vate papers of tho other party's not every wild change proposed is It takes time and trouble to raise a is superior to cottonseed meal both such an association to the community, Cox was divorced by his first wife, headquarters might find something healthy progress, a base slander is - married again, nnd has ono or two which could Ix? used ns campaign ma pood crop of children, but it's worth perpetrated; I shall not ask for J""1 would be a strong factor In swingfor milk nnd butter production. 1"S Into line other farmers In the children. Harding is connected with terial. In this matter, it is not best space to enlarge upon Cox's known it. on i neighborhood. As wns expected. Green the Baptist Church of his city and for "pot to call the kettle black." beans may be cut at any time from af once saw the advantages thnt tho is one of its trustees; Cox, if not a With the present scale of prices and partiality toward the liquor interests. I can only sny that his entire course SOY I1EANS yellowing of the upper leaves un- proposition offered, nnd tho very next communicant, is stated the as being nn with our voting population doubled til nil of the leaves have fallen. The day he started In on the preliminary nttendnnt upon the Episcopal church. by the extension of suffrage to as a candidnte seems that of a poliSoy Deans for Hay tician, in the less worthy sense, ns should remain in the field un- - work of organizing a bull association n Coming to n somewhat closer per- women, it is quite nntural, and really contrasted with the hay makes a very nutri- plants uttertil the seed is thoroughly cured, in "DiocK." tious feed and is relished by . nil A few days later tho extension men sonal comparison of the candidates, n thing to bo desired, that the ances of Warren G. Harding, whom harvesting the crop for seed, a self- kinds of stock. The chief value of the preference must be declared amount spent, In the employment of my pcrsonnl investigations in his home reaper or a mower with a bunch- - heard over the telephone that n block tho hay lies in Its high content of di rake was practically assured. Later, how- - ns decidedly in favor of Harding. speakers and the distribution of in- town revealed ns being n model in will do very satisfac Feeding cxperi ing attachment gestible protein. ever, Green telephoned that some of Cox is quicker nnd more nervous of forming literature should be greater home life, loved by those In his ith the taller varieties, tory work. mX)ets wcre AropplaK action, Harding easily the more digHvo n hay is ments indicate that than ever before. No really thoughthonored by his . can be used. If only a rpmm,,rp(i ,iun.trous ' nified nnd Impressive. It is becom- ful person will Jump nt the conclu- nil parties, and havingneighbors of t fully equal to alfalfa hay. The use a n talented small area is grown, soy beans may clperIenco of some years before, when sion thnt he ought to necessarily wife who would grace the White ... of this hay, which can be grown on . . .1 I i ing the custom of certain partisans . a J oc cut wun a sicKie or puneu, neu in they had paid a High price lor a newspapers and individuals to laud vote against the pnrty which spends House. the farm, should reduce the quantity nnd flailed out when thoro- - less stallion. This objection wns met, of feed which is necessary to purI however, with tho assurance that tho ly dry. chase. Soy beans may be thrashed with an federal and state agents were Soy beans may be cut for hay at few, lnK this project and would see that no in thmshor. with any time from the setting of the seed one was swindled. adjustments. The cylinder should bo on Green Informed the coununtil the leaves begin to turn yellow. the speed used in ty Later that a block of 40 cows had run at one-haagent The crop is best fitted for hay when thrashing grain, but at the same time, ,becn formed and could be signed up if n the pods are well formed. usual rate should be maintained tho agent and specialist would come hay is cured much more readily the In out to the schoolbouso and clear up for the rest of the separator. 'than caw pea hay. The yield of hay prevent splitting the beans, certain doubtful points. This was ranges from 1 to 3 tons to the acre, order to some of the concaves should be re- - done, nnd six farmers signed up 43 and occasionally 4 tons to the acre mnviwi. Kmvi.il honn nnd nea sonara-- 1 COWS, SO that $430 was then available arc cut. tors are now on the market and do to 'Jb1uylns a bulU Soy Heans for Pasture along In such a very satisfactory work. Soybeans' Things were moving promising manner that tho formers The soy bean may often be utilized may be thrashed in the field with- - wbo had tQ decMed to advantage for pasture for all stacKing, or tney may kinds of stock, the most profitable out previous be stacked or housed and thrashed i method, perhaps, being to pasture later. For the best results soy beans i with hogs, supplementing the corn should be thoroughly dry for thrash ration. Corn nnd soy beans may be ing; otherwise, much of the seed will grown together and then pastured remain unthrashed. down. In this way the crop is not Supt. C. E. Houk, Berea College only profitable in feeding value, but Farm, has a large acreage of Soy also in the increase of soil fertility, Beans which ho expects to harvest due to the manure and refuse vines. for seed. Farmers who are interested Write or call R. T. Dunn. Terrill, in seeing his method should mako it Ky., for information in regard to hoga point to see Mr. Houk and find out ging down corn and soy beans. He when he expects to harvest. did it last year and will report the Storing Soy Beans experiment this year. After the beans are thrashed, they Soy Beans for Soiling ? should be placed in shallow bins or Among soiling crops the soy bean spread out on a floor for a time. Tho has an important place. Having n massing of large quantities of beans, Wallace-to- n high protein value, the crop may bo especially if they are not thoroughly fed to good advantage with less ni- dry, will cause them to heat, thus trogenous crops, such as corn, sorg- preventing germination. Under whathum and millet. The great variation ever conditions they are stored, tho in the maturity of the varieties make3 seed should be examined occasionally Good Pasture Is One of the Beet as it possible to have a succession of for- to detect any tendency to heat. Soy Well as One of the Most Economical age througout tho greater part of beans do not retain their gcrminatlvo Cow Feeds. the summer and fall. power as well as cowpeas. GerminaIt would be a good thing to get Into Mr. Dunn says his soil is increas- - tion tests indicate that it' is not advis- tho association after all, and requested old withable to sow seed two years membership In this block. out previous testing. CINCINNATI MARKETS. "No, sir," said Green, who had been elected director of tho block. "You had Hay and Grain. your chance and wouldn't come In. Or1, Corn. No. 2 white $1.5li?1.5T. No. 3 NEW LIGHT ON OUR FOREST ganize a block of your own. We don't white $t.Mffl.50, No. 2 yellow $1.57 QUESTION want you In ours." 1.38, No. 2 mixed $1.M1.57, No. 3 In response to a resolution of the With the arrival of tho excellent mixed $1.5501.30, white ear $l.52 United States Senate, the Forest Ser- Jersey bull Oxford Mon IUalslr 100738, 1.64. vice has restudied the forest situa- which had been secured for tho use of Hound Hay Timothy per ton $25 one-ha- lf Forty-si- x 84.75, clover mixed $20031.50, clover tion of the country. It was found block members, the farmers who had $20031. that recent high price's of lumber, at first refused to Join tho association Oat8 No. 2 white C7V4R08UC. No. 3 newsprint, turpentine, and other for- wero doubly anxious to get tn, but white COQOO'c, No. mixed (SiQWe. were again told that they would have Wheat No. 2 red $2.0202.03, No. 3 est products have seriously affected to organize a block of their own. Thus many industries and in various ways red $2.00Q'2.C2. It appears vhat tho doubting ones, who havo imposed formidable burdens on aro found in every community, had to Butter, 'Egg and Poultry. Butter Whole milk creamery extras the public. pay tho penalty of hesitating. While 1 buggy calf cow 00c, Units 55V4c, seconds 51 He, funty Houso building has been checked, they may still get Into tho associa- 1 dairy 47c. benoflts by organizfarm development and upkeep ham- tion and enjoy Its 1 $50 Liberty Bond, old 2 Kgv' Extra flints 51c, firsts 4c, pered, and tho cost of furniture, ve- ing a new block, they havo lost a 1 ordinary firsts 47c. great deal of time. Issue 1 Live Poultry Brollein, 2 lbs nnd hicles, tool handles, agricultural imover !Wc; fowls, 4'fc Urn and over 33c; plements and other articles heavily EEDSTUFFS OF under 4(4 lbs 32c; roosters 21c. increased. Lumber prices have, risen ESTIMATES out of proportion to increased costs Live Stock. Be Found Quite Cattle Stwrs, good to cholco $120 of production and distribution. Tho Quart Measure Will Handy Where Scales Are Not 14, fair to good $8 12, common to pulpwood and paper Industry is In Convenient. fair $3.5098, heifers, good to choice straits for raw material from the $1013, fair to good $7010. com- forests. mon to fair $507, mnuers $3.5004.50, Frequently no scales are at hand Depletion of tho timber supplies in when the feeder Is trying to feed a stock heifers $5.5007. jood to choice $18018.50, the eastern part of tho United States balanced ratios. The following estiCalves fair to good $13018, common and large has reached the point at which east- mates c the common feeding stuffs $0012. ern and evon southern markets aro will be bandy: Blieep Good to choice $007, fair A quart measure of cottonseed meal to good $400, common $103, lambH. being Invaded by West Coast lumber, weighs 1.5 pounds; wheat bran good to choice $14.50013 , fair to good hitherto barred by the high cost of (coarse), J5 pound; wheat middlings, $11014.50. transportation. The pound; wheat middlings heavy ahlppni country as a whole timber of tho (coarse), Uogu Selected is being used (fino ), LI pounds; mixed wheat feed, fUS.7SO10.25, butchers $10.20010-30- , and destroyed Jfour times as fast .0 pound; corn in eel, ID pounds; oats medium $10.50, common to cholc beavy fat sows $10 12.75, light ship as new timber is growing, and tho L2 pounds; rye bran, .0 pouodi lla-e- Col. JetM Cobb pers $10.00010, pig (iiu ids auu utst) saw timber, the most valuable and meal, 1.1 posad; gluten, 11 AuctioMr 110918.00. most needed part of the stand, Is pound. Ky MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE I j self-respe- record-breakin- g mu, high-tone- d o. s, n, soy-bea- ' Soy-bea- high-tone- d cm-plo- y, soy-bea- self-bind- er ... ,1-- ' ..... worm-bundle- s, Indors-nr,linn- rv lf Soy-bea- Executors Sale Sept. 15, 1920 180 Acres Blue Grass Land WWkm Wednesday, As executor of the estate of Mrs. W. L. Todd, deceased, I will sell at Public Auction, to the highest bidder, on At 10 a. m. on the premises near the residence of the late W. L. Todd, deceased, the following property: Situated on the Paint Lick and Wallaceton Pike in Madison County, Kentucky, about two miles north of and three miles south of Paint Lick. Thirty Acres of this is Fertile Bottom Land, and one hundred and fifty acres in Blue Grass, which has not been plowed for fifty years. This farm is a good money maker. This farm has good dwelling, two tobacco barns, outbuildings, fences, well watered and in good condition. Posses1921. Seeding privilege given sion will be given January at once. acres of mountain Second Tract. and land in young timber, adjoining the C. B. Blythe farm on the Berea and Wallaceton Pike, about two miles west of Berea. and Short Horn Short Horn heifer, years rubber tire bugfy set harness Fourth f Any one desiring to look over either of these tracts of land before the day" of sale will call on G. B. Todd or James Todd, Paint Lick, Kentucky, or J. L. Gay, Berea, Kentucky. Terms Made Known on Day of Sale This property will be sold, rain or shine. Estate must be settled q od J. L. GAY, Executor Ber, it September 0, 1020 THE CITIZEN Iintn dlspoxnl of this hy explain ing thnt the tilnn otitllnoil in (In. document un not rntllled. hut on tire ronirnry vim vetoed nlmost without dlsrtiMlon because tho lintlonnl roin. mlttiv wns determined to try out the mult plnn. How closely this wns ndhered to wns told tho senntors hy National Clinlrmnn Hnys. Ilosnld: "During the period from June IT, 11)20, to August 20. 11120, there wero 12,:tSII men mid women contrlhutors to both Hit-- national commltteo nnd to stnto rommlttees. throiiKh the Joint collecting orgnnlzntlon, nn nvemgo of JS2.11. Of them none hnve been over the rule except eight, which eight hnve given n total of $l.1.ri00, an nveriigu of $1,1587.60. Tho highest of theo wiis f2,rX)." On Tuesday Mr. Uphnm supplemented this by Mjbmltllng tho full list of contributors to the Hording fund. Power thnu n dozen, ho snld, hnd given more Hum $1,000 nnd two. of $.'1,000 each were the largest received to date. The quotas for tho lintlonnl fund, Mr. Upham snld, totnled $l.as7,000 approximately, with $MK),0)0 nildltlonnl quiUns for special stale fund, hut thnt It wns n civ.se of "Ml per cent off (or ensh." Ho snld tho glowing "hulletlns" sent out lo Itepubllcnn fund workers nnd quoted extensively hy Governor Cox wero "hull" mid "salesmanship." Tho budget, he Insisted, was for slightly more than $3,000,000. ir Pago Seven NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS ing flic law hy ncrTpllng for This cum pnlgn effort contributions from cor porntlons. Tho senntorlnl committee decided to hear more of It from Mr, Barnes, prohnhly In Pittsburgh. Provoked Into recrlmlnntlon, tho art; making vnrlous nccusa-Hon- s In tho ngnlnst their opponents. Managers ol Both Parties Arc Hnys asserted first plneo Chnlnnnn Raising Dig Hullabaloo Over the Democrats wero planning to raise n fund of $10.000,000 which tho Int Campaign Funds. ter promptly denied. Then Mr. Hnys charged thnt tho liquor Interests wero nctlvely cngnged In supporting; tho LAW VIOLATIONS cnmpnlgn of Governor Cox, nnd he CHARGED produced a letter signed hy tlio pres ident of the New Jersey Federation of Mqunr Interests which snld the Gomptri Aiki Union Labor lo Sup-po-rt organization hnd set out to do Its part Cox More Trouble In Mining toward tho election of Mr. Cox nnd Field Poles Destroy Buden-ny'- e culled for nsslstiuicc. flnnnclnl and oth Red Army In Gallcla. erwlse. The reply of the Democrats to this Is that they have received no By EDWARD W. PICKARD. contributions from either iho wets or Candidate Cox run! tho managers of the drys. both tin? Democratic nnil tho Itopub-llcn- n Mote serious, perhaps; was tho nc' campaigns have created n ilrnl ciisatlon mndo before tho senntors of indue ami fury with tla-l- chargtis thnt the Democrats wero brenklng the mid count relating to Hie law hy assessing federnl otllceholdcrs campaign fundi. Acctisntloiia nnd refor campaign money, W. D. Jnmleson. tort, denials nnil admissions Imvo (Mrector of flnnnces for tho Demo- been flying thick nnil probably will not crntlc nntlonnl committee, wns ques cease for some time. The senntorlal tloned closely concerning this nnd Invoatlgntlng committee seemingly Ih partly admitted Its truth, but snld the determined to pet lit the truth withsoliciting UHters wpro sent to the out fiiir or favor, ntul If certnln of homes of the ofllceholders nnd that he tho charges nro sustained, legal prowas soliciting funds from Democrats ceedings nre likely to result. ns Democrats, tsit nn federal otllclals. ltcpiihllcnti mutineers assort thnt Hut tho Democrats wero not out of He said his olllre hnd sent out about Cox's charges Hint they had conspired ammunition, by nny menus. Tho' next B00.000 letters of nppenl. He told of to htiy the presidency with huge sums thine they brought to the attention of n enrd Index of WXt.000 Democrats of money hnve heen completely dis- the senntorlnl commltteo wns tho "do with Incomes. Ilut he snld the Income proved. Homer Cummlngs, former luxe" book, "Ileptibllcanlsm estlmntes were made hy Democrntlc In iretnocrntlc national clinlrmnn, told the widen William Barnes of Now 1020," lenders In the various neighborhoods, Tork senators he could find no evidence of wns snld to he petting not from tho Income tax reports In out Tho corruption In the llepuhllcnti plan for tors were shown a list of wealthy senn. tho department at Washington. men raising campaign funds, nnd added who hrid pledged some $,17,000 The combined efforts of Senators thnt his own pnrty organization wns Bnrnes effort, nnd Wilbur for this Itecd, Spencer, Edge nnd Kcnyon Mnrsh. trying to rnle funds hy the sumo Democratic treasurer, snld to his brought out from Mr. Jnmleson the method ued hy the ltepubllcunn. Hut, mind It Indlcnted n plan thnt to colloct fhet thnt federnl otllclals generally he complained, tlw In Iter hud the large cnmpnlgn funds Independently of were solicited; thnt tliey wero Inmore successful. 1 Neither Mr. formed of tho exact amount they wero the reguhir Hepuhllcnn mnchlnery. nor any other witness heard by named a number of organizations He expected to give, nnd thnt only those that, the committee wan willing to admit he snld, wero engaged In slmllnr ef- who were so poorly paid thnt Mr. that the prenldeiicy could he "bought." forts, mentioning the Nntlonnl Youns Jnmleson "didn't think It worth while Mr. Cox elftlxirnted his statements Men's Hepuhllcnn lengue, speclnl delivery on the Southern to wnsto h liy making public n document entitled n man" were excepted from tho Tariff association, the 'Campaign Plan In Larger Cities," Protective nsscAient. which be said proved the Kcptil-I- I Committee of Amerlcnn Business Men, the American Defense society nnd the cn n nntlmiul committee wns seek-Iii- k Samuel Gompers and his nssoclntes Itepuhllenu Publicity nssoclntlon. to mlse sums ranging from In tho management of tho Amerlcnn As for the Itnrnes book, tho Demof.1,000 to $10,000. Treasurer Federation of Labor have Anally an- crats the He piMiciins nro break r b-n Cum-iiltiK- Walnut Meadow Farm A Good Blue Grass Farm At Public Auction Wednesday, Sept. 22 On the above date we will offer lor sale to tlic highest bidder, this excellent stock (arm belonging to Allen Hrotherc, situated on tlie Walnut Meadow Creek, a branch ol Taint Lick Creek, (these two creeks are noted lor the fertility of the soil in bottom lands), only one-hamile irom good pike, the Berca and Paint Lick Turnpike, about 4 miles Irom Ucrea and about 4 Vz miles from Paint Lick, in a good neighborhood among good people who know how to be neighborly, good schools and churches near at hand. A new road just completed running from the pike to the farm easily traversed by automobiles. This farm contains 200 acres, 40 acres of as fine bottom land as a bird ever flew over, the remaining 160 d acres of gently rolling, susceptible to profitable cultivation and now in blue grass and clover. There is never any scarcity of stock water on this farm, good springs, wells and the creek furnishing ample supply. In conducting a sale wc subdivide the land to suit the purchaser, and it is our desire to know prospective buyers. We will be on this land surveying Friday and Saturday, the 10th and nth, and will be glad to have parties interested to meet us on the farm at this time. We will subdivide this farm into tracts ranging from 40 acres to too acres. The improvements consist of good 6 room residence, good 3 room tenant house, a good tobacco barn to house 10 acres of tobacco. New wire stock fence will be found over most of the farm. lf up-lan- At 10.00 a. m. PERSONAL PROPERTY SALE At the same time and place we will sell the personal property of Allen Brothers, consisting of 8 good sheep, 2 work horses, ages 8 and 9, 1 good marc, 4 years old, 6 good milk cows, 1 Holstein Bull, (a good individual, subject to Registration), Duroc boar, (subject to Registration), 1 Milwaukee binder. 1 Peoria corn drill, t Black Hawk manure spreader, Jr. combined wheat drill, tobacco ... setter, .1 . mowing . , . .i- . . t 1. .1 iiiauiuiic, i r suurnc nay raKc, z uisc narrows, 3 turning plows, 3 uouuic IOOl plows, I riding cultivator, I walking cultivator and roller. Other articles not mentioned. And oh, boy, just to put joy into life, dinner will be served on the grounds, with only a reasonable charge to cover necessary cost to produce. To the man with small capital this sale is going to offer excellent opportunity. Good land, in small tracts. Good improvements, good and easy terms to be announced at sale. Land just ready to make money. Barns just ready to house tobacco. Come to the sale; nothing to lose. You can learn and make money for a few hours' work with us. SEE THE FARM ANY DAY 1 1 1 1 .ii 1 asert Public Auction nounced R. G. WOODS Paint Lick, Ky. themselves In . tho mat- I have been employed by the heirs at law of Tom S. Ballard, deceased, to sell the real estate owned by him at the time of his death, situated about mile from the Wallaceton and Paint Lick Turnpike, and about 3 miles southeast of Paint Lick adjoining the land of Robt. Botkins and James Guinn. Contains about 160 acres. 1- -4 of tlio presidential campaign. political "nonpartisan The com ter mltteo" of tho federation has Is sued n report on tho candidates for tho presidency In which Governor Cox Is proclaimed n stronger champion of organized Inbor than Senator Ilnrdlng. Consequently of unions nre urged to vote for Cox. The report, which Is signed by Gompers, Mntthow Woll and Frank Morrison, lists ns "favornblo" or "unfavorable" to labor the legislative record of Sen ator Harding ai n member of the Ohio state senate and In the United States sennto on measures In which organized Inbor had n special Interest. It doos likewise with Mr. Cox ns a member of the house In 1012 nnd ns governor of Ohio In 1013, 1014, 1017- The records of tho candidates aro summed up as follows: Harding I'"nvornble, 7; unfavorable, 10; paired unfavorably, 1. Cox Favorable, CO; unfavorable, 0. 10-2- Monday, September 13 at 10 a. m. on the premises described we will sell to the highest bidder and best bidder, liberal terms, the land without reserve or above mentioned. This is good purchasing land and will be sold well worth the money. It has not changed hands in the past 25 or 30 years, and has been allowed mostly to remain in grass. Improvements consist of a good frame residence, five or six rooms, a good stock and tobacco barn, and other small outbuildings, and farm is well fenced and in a high state of cultivation. We will subdivide the land into tracts of 25 to 100 acres, and will sell to suit purchaser. Remember that this is good land and that it will be sold absolutely the way it brings most money. cash on Jan. 1, 1921, and the reTerms will be mainder in one, two, three and four years. If you wish to see this farm before the date of sale, the tenant now on the place will show you around, and the undersigned will be glad to go with you at by-bid,r- on 1- -3 More troublo linn broken out In tho mining fields. President Wllsoo, after receiving and approving tho tvport of tho wngo awnril made by tho federal commission for the mitlirnclto miners, telegraphed his urgent request that the men also accept It. Tho miners' scale committee did this under protest, but a strong minority In CO locals refused and voted to take a "vacation" until better ternw were granted. In soma of the bituminous fields also work has censed. In Alabama tho mm struck on order of President Lewis because. ho says, tho terms of tho agreement nro not being carried out by the operators. In Iowa the miners and operators fnllod to reach an agreement, but there tuny be no strlko there. Jew York wns badly tied up by an unexpected strike of ubout 8,000 em ployees of th Urooklyn Unpld Truui-I- t company, which concern Is lu tho hands of a federal receiver who re fused tho wngo demimds of tho men. For days very few cars wero operated. Tho railroads of tho country began operations on their own resources on September 1. During tho six months In which their earnings wero guaranteed by tho transportation act they cost tho government about $100,000,000 0 month. Tho only further nld they will get from tho government ccjines from loans from tlio revolving fund created by tho act. Tho Tennessee hoaso of representa tives tried to undo Its action In ratifying the suffrage amendment by ex- any time. R. G. Paint Lick, Kentucky WOODS punging fforo Its Journal all record of tho ratification and voting to nonconcur In the action of tho senate. Next day tho senate refused to Jbla with tho houso In Its attempted reTorsul Of tho ratification. Secretary of Statu Colby soys 'woman Kiffrtgo Is an fact and that thuro. la n cboacti for reconsideration. Another grent victory for tho Poles General was recorded last week. Budenny's bol.shevlst army, which had Invaded Gallcla and wns threatening Lembcrg and tho rich oil region, was cut fields of that Only off and virtually destroyed. nnd n few detachments escaped these were reported in disorderly retreat. Iludenny's men, mostly mounted, were ndvnnclng on Lublin and had nearly surrounded Zamosc, mldwny between that city nnd Lemberg, when tho Poles flanked them nnd attacked from the east, putting them to rout. The Illusions had walked Into a trap deliberately set by tho Poles. Tho losses of the rods In men and material were heavy. Tho "retirement" of this army was otllclally admitted by Moscow. war In tho north the Husso-Polls- h Into a confused series of Isolated battles, various units of both sides holng- separated from their main commands nnd In some cases forced across the Hast Prussian border. In general, however, tho Poles continued their successes of tho former week, and they even ndvanced Into Lithuanian territory for strategic purposes despite tho orders of Lithuania to tho contrary. What Germany would do with tho many thousands of reds who took refugo In L'ast Prussia was a pressing question. Tho Poles feared those men would bo permitted to reenter Hussion territory mid rejoin their nrmy, nnd thero was reason for this fear. The Germans complained they had not enough troops there to guard tho Interned reds, but their hatred Of tho Poles Is so great that their motives aro open to grave suspicion. Wlint promised to develop Into another sevcro blow for tho soviet Ilns-slawas tho drlvo started by tho Ukrainians In conjunction with Poland. They began by forcing tho wli across tho Dniester river near Huczncz and capturing that city. They have another force operating along tho Dniester river and U Is hoped that It can unlto with G'encral Wfangel. Tho peace parley at Minsk broke up, anbut tho bolshevik government nounced Its willingness to rcsuma tho negotiations at rtlgn. Pr. Walter Simons, German foreign minister, told tho relchstug tlmt proposals had been made to htm to cooperate with Itussla against tho western powers as a means of breaking the Nonas Imposed by tho treaty of but that ho had rejected them because they would mean that Germany would become the theater of war. He said he hirU also rejected proposals to unite with tho western powers nuulnst Itussla. "Ho power at war with soviet ltuRsla." tho foreign minister added, Hnccd count on our - starring himself to death In Brixton hut was growing mysteriously stronger. The riots In Ireland nnd efforts elsewhere In his behnlf did not cease, but the British government flatly refused to release him. Frank P. Jail, Wnlsh. chairman of tho American commission for Irish Independence, nfter nn Interview with Secretary of Stnto Colby, made the curious assertion that Mr. Colby has promised to "endeavor to do something nnd do It quickly" In behalf of tho prisoner. What any American official can do properly, In the circumstances, Is a puzzle. NO EXCUSE FOR UGLINESS Man Who Today Builds an Unattractive or Commonplace House Is Behind the Times. these days for or commooplnco houe. A generation ago not many capable architects were available, especially In tho western country. Even when they were, the prevailing tasto ran to frills of turrets nnd There Is no excuse In building nn ugly Jig-sa- work. The benuty of simplicity was not known, and tho architect who stood out for It often found Iris client obdurate. All that has changed. A comparison of the bulk of the houses built In the eighties nnd nineties with those of moru recent years will reveal how far the country has come. Tho number of competent architects has Increased, and of even greater Importance, tho stock of sound architectural Ideas has become widely diffused. Books and magazine articles on' tho subject have multiplied amazingly, Tho prospective builder ought, of course, to avail himself of the services of a good architect. But even If ho falls to do this he can find In the public library excellent designs to meet his needs. City Planning Public's Business. Iteal city planning is neither a private enterprise nor a move .for "the ness enterprise nnd its benefits accrue) to the public at large, A planning commission, with tho nld both of planning exerts and the city government, cannot hcio to succeed lu Its work without tlu) nld of tho public. Tito fact that plnnnlng must bo mmlo poptrtar wns emphasized at an Important session of tho realtors' convention. Whatever metlnxl Is adopted, n planning commission, nfter tlret carefully pretwrlng Its pluns must "wll" Its Ideas and alms to tin) people. Tlvough constant publicity the public must bo educated to see (he needs and tho benefits of a buslnesltke ordering of the city's development, and must be mado to share tho lubof Involved and to contribute fa tho cost Kxohnuge. cJfY benutlful." It Is primarily a busi- support" At last reports Lord Mayor M&o SwttPX. ptCttCk. had BaLjutfiedd to uiPi TaffO Eight THE CITIZEN son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Freeman ron, has measles. Conway Conway, Ket- September 0, 1020 East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No rorrrt ponJfnc pub)Uhl it not for publltton, but unW-t- i In f ull'br lh. writer. Th mm n tTldonc of Rood faith. Writ pllnlr. ilnM operations successful; thlrty-fuo- r were performed and several receive 1 Vc hope treatment for their eyes. we can have another clinic in the near future. Mrs. Rebecca Johnson was adjudged insane nnd was sent to Lexington Insane Asylum last week. The community meeting was held at the court house last Friday night nnd was nttended by a large crowd. Miss Lucillo Collier and Fred Spark left yesterday to enter Sue Bennett Mcmorinl Llewellyn school at London. Lloyd is in Richmond this week bert Thomas and Httlo daughter, JACKSON COUNTY Dorothy, of Hnmllton, 0., visited her McKoa thl3 sister, Mrs. C. B. Rowland, last week McKcc, Sept. 4. Several from plneo nttended the Jnckson county ROCKCASTLE COUNTY fnlr Friday. The clinic which was Disptttanta hold at this place last week was very Disputnntn, Aug. 30. School is progressing nicely nt Davis Branch with good attendance. Quite n num ber of friends were entertained at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. T. D. Miller, Sunday afternoon. All had nn en joyable time, as watermelons were Hezzic Shearer visited plentiful. his sister, Mrs. C. C. Thomas, of Harts, Sunday. Mrs. 0. M. Payne is mnking nn extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. T. Williams, near Paint Lick, on account of the illness of her little grandson, Bruce. Granville Miller has gone to Lexington to work. Miss Vcrdle Shearer returned home Sunday, after an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. Thomas of Harts. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Ra mey nnd children visited Lee Mont gomery Sunday afternoon. Pat Gadd has returned home after a long visit with relatives in Indiana. Mrs. Chas. Drew was the guest of Mrs. S. Cof fey, Friday afternoon. There was Davis Branch preaching nt th schoolhousc each night during the lat ter part of last week. Rev. James Brownlee conducted services, which were greatly enjoyed. Vcster Cope is home from Hamilton, O. Fred at Shearer attended Sunday-schoHarts, Sunday. Miss Ethel Abrams of Cave Springs visited her sister, Mrs. Carlos McIIone, Thursday night and attended services at Davis Branch. Disputanta, Sept. 2. Mrs. Mary Evans spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ruben Swinford. School began here last Monday with Miss Eflie Chas-tee- n as teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Ivory Anglin returned from Hamilton, O., last week, to make their future home. Sherman Swinford and Ivory Anglin made a business trip to Mt Vernon last Monday. The little son of B. A. Cole, who has been very low with typhoid fever, is improving slowly. Marshall Swinford moved his saw mill on the head of Clear Creek and is sawing for Berca Col lege. Mrs. Martha Swinford was in Berea Wednesday. Bill Anglin was in this community one day last week on business. Mrs. Molly Cook of Illinois is with her sister, Mrs. Eliza Dees and Dave Hammond. Tom Bowman left for Hamilton, 0., last week. A. C. Hart and J. E. Ham mond are hauling logs. ol making arrangements for his sister to enter school at the E.K.S.N. Rev. Fred DcJong was called to Annvllle Tuesday to conduct the funeral serchild of Mr. vice of the Nelson. Sandford Lainhnrt from W. Va., is visiting relatives nt this place. Kerby Knob Kirby Knob, Sept. C Charley Click and Aaron Powell came homo Sunday from Ohio, where they had been employed for awhile. Announcement of a baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Collins on August 22, named Mary Ethel. Ebb Baker nnd Ettn Van Winkle were quietly married nt the home of the bride on September 2. They have the best wishes of their many friends. Vertla Johnson will return to her school at Danville, September 24. A pie supper was held nt the schoolhousc Saturday night. The proceeds of the supper will be used for the benefit of the school. Stubblefield and Bowlcn, two Clay county men, passed through here last week nnd stayed over night with N. B. Williams on their way to Richmond with cattle to put on the market. Elmer, Walter, Oran and Ilerbert Click made a trip to Lexington again last week with apples and peaches. Some of our young people are attending a series of meet ings at Owsley Fork church this week OWSLEY COUNTY Sept. 7. Crops nre flno around here this year. Somo of the farmers nre cutting their tobacco, and nre getting rendy for the early market. Charley Maggard returned Fri-daafter a three weeks' visit with rclntlvcs in Hnrlan county nnd Virginia. J. M. Bailey made a business e trip to Berea yesterday. C. D. of Indiana passed through Conway last week to visit relatives in Jnckson county. Clarence was n merchant In Conwny for two years nnd hns many friends here. Joe Bailey, who was reported sick nt our last writing, is not much better. Grant Rlddio is very ill. It Is reported he has pneumonia and typhoid fever. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Tnylor nre attending the Baptist Association nt IJrodhend this week. Bob Llnvillc went to Berea yestarday nnd bought n new evaporator, petting ready for mnking sorghum; cane is fine around here nnd much of It was planted, as sugar was so high, and people nre trying to rnise their own sweetening. Rev. W. H. Anderson of Jnckson county Is nssisting in n revival on Brindle Ridge this week, nt the Baptist church. y, Est-ridg- Big Sale of Land Hereford Cattle and Other Personal Property of Alfred Owens ,5 Saturday, September 18, 1920 At 10 o'clock a. m. 302 acres Garrard county, on Preachprsvillo and Fall Lick pike, on Drakes' miles east of Preacliersville; 150 Acres Drakes' Creek, 7 miles of Lancaster, Bottom Land, with the reputation of "No Better Land Anywhere." Creek Two Sets of Improvements: Frame bungalow, 6 rooms and bath, 2 porches, new Delco Electric Light Plant; cistern on concrete base; garage, cow ii MADISON COUNTY Clay Lick Clay Lick, Sept. 5. Bruce, the little son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Tino Wiilinms Is said to bo Improving nftcr a severe attack of fever. Mrs. Williams' mother, Mrs. 0. M. Payne, of Dispu- house, metal roof tobacco barn 60x60, and other outbuildings. The other set of improvements consists of, old style stone house with frame ell, 7 rooms, hall and 3 porches; new cistern; stock barn and other outbuildings. Nice yards and fine shade at both dwellings. The farm has about 1 mile frontage on pike and will be subdivided into several tracts with frontage for each tract. The purchaser can buy a small tract br just as many acres he wants. This land is all good no waste land on this farm It is tobacco, hemp, and it has been well taken care of. It can all be cultivated. corn land. Those Drake Creek bottoms will average 15 barrels of corn per acre any year, and 1500 pounds of hemp. 50 acres in corn, 5 acres tobacco, 60 acres oat stubble sown to clover and orchard grass, 10 acres timothy meadow, balance in blue grass, orchard grass and sweet clover. A fine sugar tre orchard 75 large sugar trees. Farm is well fenced, patent gtes at pike. We will sell this farm to the "High Dollar," on good terms, and ior possession January 1, 1911. Don't miss the opportunity. Everybody invited to tins sale and frceDurgoo and Dinner. Personal Property: 15 Hereford cows with calves pure bred but not registered. One Registered d Hereford bull; j 6 yearling Hereford heifers; 9 head Short Horn feeding cattle; 10 Short yearlings; old old I'crcheron fillies, one team I'crcheon horses, two 50 black faced cues and 3 bucks; mare, 1 mare and colt. mare mule and some other stock. All kinds ot farming implements- - binders, wagons, plows, harrows, etc., such as usually on a well equipped iarm; also household and kitchen furniture. Don't forget the Date and Burgoo. Get busy, look over this farm if you want to Buy Land. For further particulars see Mr. Owens at the farm or W. K. Moss or R. H. Dever at my Danvilleofflce, or V. A. Dickerson or George Swinebroad at my Lancaster office, or 1000-poun1 ar I'er-chcr1 tnntn, spent several days with her during the Illness of little Bruce. Misses Addie and Eppie Williams visited homefolks last Sunday. John O'Dell nnd David Williams are each erecting n new barn. Miss Nettie Golden will be missed from Estridge school when she leaves to enter the Foundation Department nt Berea. Miss Ansa Logsdon has returned home after an nbsence of several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Gabbard and Mr. nnd Mrs. James Ogg motored to Richmond Saturday, September 4. Mrs. Ogg attending the teachers' conference. Notwithstanding the scarcity of text books, the pupils of Estridge school nre doing good work. The highest attendance for the second month was 51. The following are those who have not lost a day: Vina Short, Edna Short, Bessie Short, Jessie Short, Edna Earl Campbell, Hilda Campbell, Flora Lee Shockley, Myrtle (Continued on page five) SWINEBROAD Lancaster The Real Estate Man Kentucky Island City Island City Sept. 1. The grave of Mrs. Mary Sandlin was decorated Sunday; a largo crowd was present. The Rev. Ed. Gabbard preached. Leonard Peters of Cincinnati Is among old acquaintances at present. Ans Carmack of Blake and Thomas B, Wilson of Endee were at our place recently on business. Miss Grova Bowman went to Vine Tuesday and was the guest of her uncle, James S. Bowman. Several people are plan ning on attending the Bond fair. Taylor Sizemorc is having a barn pat tern cut at the Little Mill on Island Creek. Judge Thomas of Pebworth passed through our place recently on business. Service at Providence is always on the. third Saturday and Sunday of each month; the house is 'on the hill, a very nice place to spend the hours of service. Mr. and Mrs. Farmer Sizemore of Mayking are visit ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Sizemore of Taft. The oil men have their rig in operation and soon will determine the capacity of No. 1 well. It is the opinion of most people that the main pool of oil lies south of the present development. There are sev eral people who take advantage of reading The Citizen, and it seems as though more could do likewise if they would. Scoville Scoville, Sept. 6. The Buck Creek graded school began last Monday, Goochland Goochland, Sept. C. We aro having some nice weather at present and apple and peach canning is the order of the day. We are having a series of meeting at Sycamore Church this week by the Rev. James Lunsford of Dreyfus. There were two additions to the church on Saturday night and they were baptised Sunday evening in the presence of a large crowd. U. S. Wyatt, Lloyd Begley and Mr. Swope, of Mississippi, took dinner at A. P. Gabbard's at Goochland, Sunday, en route to Berea. A. P. Gabbard sold three fine steers to J. W, Martin a few days ago. The people in this vicinity aro looking in tha near future to have a graded school at Goochland, which will make a great improvement in this section. Wildie Wildie, Sept. 7. Mrs. Alpha Pean and children, of Warsaw, Ind., are visiting friends and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Coffey are visit ing Mr. nnd Mrs. Gilbert Daily at Paris. T. G. Reynolds spent Mon day night and Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Griffln at Berea. The little son of Mr. nnd Mrs. II. S Coffey is just recovering from a light case of pncumonia.-s-Thsinging school closed at this place Saturday with good success. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Branaman and Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Wood spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hicks. Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Coffey spent Monday night and Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cof fey of Disputanta. Misses Ella Mao and Anna Wright Coffey of near Mt. Vernon spent Saturday night and Sunday with their aunt, Mrs. Jesse Proctor. Thurman Ketron, the little today cost 25 less than they did in I9IO c Goodrich Tires and give approximately mileage f Compare these prices: Adjustment "Basis: FA.BRIC TIRE PRICES TODAY SIZE I9IO 3Q x 3 "25.45 33.85 48.65 65.35 j with Prof. Edwards of Beattyville as principal and Nathan Martin and Miss Maud Mclntyrc, both of this place, as intermediate and primary teach' crs. Clayton Rowland nnd Miss Win nie Rowland left last week for Quick' sand, near where they will teach. Mr. and Mrs. Carmack of Cincinnati have been visiting the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilson, of this place. They returned home yesterday. Miss Carrio Rowland, who Is teaching near Beattyville, spent the week-en- d with homefolks. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Flan-ner- y of Hamilton, 0., have been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Flannery, of this place. Mrs. Hu 303 Silvertown Cords, 8000 Miles Fabric Tikes, booo Miles 32x 4 344 19. IP 23.2Q 36.8Q 53.15 I 35x5 82.75 65.35 Potts' GOLD DUST Flour is 00 drich Tires 3est in the Long 'Run SOLD BY 1 made of best wheat and by most unproved methods BEST BY TEST For Sale By All Groceri Pbeae 156-- 3 BEREA MOTORS COMPANY BEREA, KENTUCKY R. L. POTTS & SON Whites Station, Ky.