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Five Cents I'cr Copy Devotod to ttiG Interests of tlie BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, The Citizen OTarLtain KENTUCKY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1920 People Fifty Cents per Year Threefold A!mt To Ofri the News of Beres and Vicinity; To Record the Happenings of Berea College; To be of Intent to all the Mountain People. Our One Dollar and No. 13 Vindictive Raised at Ostend Citizens and College Workers One of tho most pleasing things that Is developing In Berea Is tho friendly feeling and hearty cooperation between tho village of Bcrcn nnd Bcrca College. So far as wo know thcro has been no serious dilTcrcnccs between the two, but, at tho same time, the tics might have been closer. Thcro has boon a distinction made between "citizens" and "col-leg- o workers," oven when the "collcgo workers" have been living in Bcrcn for quite a number of years, and somo of them owning property, paying taxes and voting hero. Why tho difference T It Is gratifying to noto that there aro many who feel that the distinction should not be made. Nothing Is moro sure than that HARD COAL MINERS TO WorUNews a disputo In regard to the Alaand Islands, and Lithuania and Poland also referred a boundary dispute. These eases come at a favorable timo and help to strengthen confidence In tho usefulness of the League. The League of Nations has made good start as a r. Sweden and Finland referred to it n peace-make- RESUME WORK ' GENERAL RESUMPTION OF WORK IN ANTHRACITE COAL FIELDS Afterted thcV great majority of tho citizens, if not all, aro glad that the Coflogo Is hero and are Interested In Its work. And certainly every "college worker," if ho has tho Bcrca spirit, is interested In the general welfare of tho town. It looks as though tho time is almost here when it will be considered improper to make this distinction. J. 0. L. DiiHViililililililililililil ssjssssPBissssssssssssfcssssslissiSs The Eternal Conflict "Righteousness cxaltcth a nation, but sin is a reproach lo any people." These words, so nptly spoken by tho WIso Man so many years ago, are true today. And they aro not less truo of cities and villages than of nations. There aro evil forces always at work, and If they are kept In control, close watch must bo kept and a strong hand applied. Ancient philosophers used to talk about tho eternal conflict be tween the kingdom of evil nnd tho kingdom of good. That con-fliis still waging, and thcro seems to bo no placo that Is free from it. Not only Is the conflict eternal, but the battlefield Is universal. It is .gratifying to find that thcro is an increasing number of persons who stand for law and order nnd civic righteousness. But even where this number may be In a large majority, It Is necessary to carry on tho fight against evil. We are glad that so largo n number of the leading citizens of Berea arc awake to tho situation and aro determined to drive out evil from the village. The reviving of the Civic League is n step In the right direction. Effort is good, but united effort is better. No doubt the leaders of evil have already tnken notice of this movement and will bo less bold in their practices. J. 0. L. ct buttered Raising the battered bulk nf II. M. S. Vindictive, which wns sunk In Ostend harbor to block the German The Vindictive will be towed buck o Knglnnd. Thin most unusual photograph shows the condition of the vcel. Kentucky News 100-gall- U. S. News Three days on a still hunt for a Chicago, Sept. 17. Lieut. Gov. still broke the patience of New Al- John G. Oglesby, candidate for the Rebany revenue men, nnd culminated publican nomination for Governor on last night in the capture of an tho ticket supported by Gov. Frank O. "moonshine" still and 150 gal- Lowdcn, today took the lead over Lcn lons of mash. Small, Mayor Willam Hale ThompR. H. Abel, from tho Internal Rev- son's candidate, and tonight had an enue Service office at Indianapolis, ar- advantage of about 1,000 votes with rived yesterday to aid in the watching 37G precincts still to be heard from. of an alleged liquor plant near tho Old Vinccennes Road, about one mile New York, Sept. 17. William J. tho- - progressive TIIE LEAGUE OF NATIONS nations. Almost from New Albany. Flynn, chief of the Bureau of without exception tho suggestions Department of Justice, demado, provided first for a perman- -' Its Composition Tho first chapel exercises of Tran- clared this afternoon he was positive cnt court to hear disputes a court sylvania and tho College of the Bible Prof. J. R. Robertson caused V purpose of the Lcaguo of Na that should sit regularly and at a was held in Morrison Chapel Wed that a bomb hadyesterday,the explosion in Wall street which took .ic tions, as shown by tho Covenant, was certain place; and, second, for soma ncsday morning at 10 o'clock. Mr. a toll of thirty-si- x lives, injured apkind of a Lcaguo of Nations with Thomas B. MacCartney, dean of proximately 200 persons set forth in tho last article. It now and caused remains to sec what provlson power to enforce the decrees of tho Transylvania, presided, nnd Dean A. property damage running Into the mil' W. Fortune of the College of the lions of dollars. nre made by tho Covenant for se- court when they were made. Such a plan Is an inevitable out-co- Bible mado the opening address. Dr, curing "international cooperation and The explosion, acording to the of of any effort to create the ma- Fortune congratulated the freshmen ficial investigators, aparently oc International pence and security." chinery of organization for "interna- upon their having entered and become curred In a horse-drawcovered wag If thcro Is any fatal defect in the plan to merit Its rejection nt all, it tional cooperation" and "internation- n part of the college. on at the point almost opposite an entrance to the United States assay must lie somewhere in tho machinery al peace and security." It Is a prodFrankfort, Sept. 15. Adjutant office. of organization. In this matter tho uct of tho best intclllgcnco of every Covenant must speak for itself, as It nation as exercised by tho great men General James Dcwessc, who has is tho greatest and final authority. of all parties and shades of thought. been made captian in the Artillery, Akron, Ohio, Sept. 16. Intended to Tho Covenant referred to tho peo- went to Camp Knox today to report The peoplo must form their opinion usher In tho observance of Constitu by that alone, If they desire to be ple of the United States for accept- for duty. Ho has been given a fifteen tion Day in his homo state, Senator ance or rejection provides for such a dnys leave of absence and will return Warren G. Harding, the Republican right in their notion upon It An effort to discredit the Lcaguo by League. By tho terms of the Cove- here to straighten out matters In the Prcsdicntial candidate, tonight issued making it appear to be the work of nant it is to include all the nations Adjutant General's office before be- n statement in which he asserted that one man and calling it the "Wilson who signed tho Treaty of Versailles ginning active duty at Camp Knox. "if by some tragic dispensation of Lcaguo," as though that alone was and a number of other nations invited Ho will resign as Adjutant General fato this constitution should ceaso to New Troops For Taylor. enough to provo It faulty and war- tc Join. Provision is made for the of Kentucky. be, the door would no longer be closed Camp Dlr, Wrightatown, N. J. The ngainst the stealthy appropriation of Forty-llftrant its rejection, is too foolish a cntranco into tho League of any nannd United tion which shall givo "effectivo guarLouisville, Sept. 15. Outlining autocratic power and the gradual ab lino of reasoning to merit much antee of tho sinccro intention to ob- plans for broadening its scope of sorption of the people's sovereignty States Infantry regiments stationed attention. President Wilson, here have been skeletonized and conserve Its International'' obligations" work In Kentucky next year, tho l himself, has many times made It clear verted Into Phllilpplne Infantry and Washington, Sept. 17. In the con will absorb the Philippine Scouts, it thnt no one man can be responsible nnd willingness to "accept such rcgu- - board of directors of the Kentucky may be prescribed by tho Horticultural Society at a called meet- eluding session of tho confcrcnco was announced. The nucleus of the for so great nn undertaking. Any man lations as n can only bo tho agent acting under Lcaguo in regard to its military ing held in the office of Commissioner hero today League lead' new regiments Is composed of the comof Agrlculturo W. C. Hamm elected ers pledged the organization's sup missioned personnel of the old organia set of conditions that never ex- forces and nrmnmcnts." zations, of which the enlisted peristed before. Our President found I Tho League of Nations evidently Ben E. Neils, of Henderson, to serve port towards retaining the "strength sonnel will be transferred to the First looks forward to an ultimate union of as Secretary until tho annual meet- r.ow ours whether in Congress himself In such a placo and ho was or In Division at Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky strong enough and farsightcd enough all nations, great and small, prog- ing in February, 1921. The society State assemblies." and to the Second Division at Camp to seize tho opportunity as any ressiva and backward, old or new, for was recently incorporated. Prohibition advocates were warned Travis, Texas. tho attainment of its purposes. It president worthy of tho name nnd that there were signs of "am'ster Federal Agents Trailing "Clews. " placo would hnvo done under similar goes so far oven as to include self in Harlan, Sept. 17. No evidence suf- workings" of governing colonies and glvo them a ficient to bo tho basis of an indictNew York. Department of Justice conditions. wiu icawv.j uc I luvailllto unit agents nnd police still were without Tho machinery of organization as place and a voice. ment having been found, Dr. H. C. clared thoy sensed a movement to a definite clew to the Identity of tho An objection, however, has beea Winnes, State veterinary agent, provided by tho Covenant can best be who "pry open the door slowly with the person or persons responsible for the understood in tho light of what has raised by opponents of tho Lcaguo was held here in connection with the ultimate plan of wrecking prohibition explosion in Wall stret. Alexander thnt in somo way our country will murder of Miss Lura Parsons, Pine enforcement laws." gone before. Itrallorsky, Russian newspaper man, For many years thero was no means suffer from association with tho back-wou- Mountain Settlement School teacher, who was arrested on Information proseem, to n forward looking a week ago Tuesday, has been re of securing "international peace and Montgomery, Ala., Sept. 17. Six vided by an anonymous correspondsecurity," except by specinl treaties would seem, to n forward looking leased from custody by the grand companies of the Alabama National ent, and who admitted having been or understandings between nations as Christian nation as we arc, to be an jury, which dismissed a warrant Guard called into service last night In the financial district a short time special occasions arose. In tho Ilaguo opportunity rather than a causo for ngainst him. The grand jury is to by Governor Kllby, for duty In Wal- after the explosion occurred, still Is being held ball on a charge Conventions in 1899 amLlD07 nn ef- rojection. rusumo consideration of tho case, ker and Jefferson counties where bi of being an without undesirable alien. To European nations tho member- Monday. provjle a better fort was made to tuminous coal miners have been on machinery nnd a "court of arbitra- ship of tho Lcaguo has been no cause striko for two weeks, reached tho Three Killed Train Wreck Auto. tion" wns created. This court was! for rejection. Cumberland, Md. Misses Ruth Nich Danville, Sept. 17. Richard P. strike area todiy. Why shoultl nny American object to not iiko thoso with which we nro olson, Hazel Hitter and Emma Fulk Ernst, Covington, opened his cam nn arrangement so democratic, so conMarion, O., Sept. 17. Pronouncing were killed when a Baltimore aud Ohio familiar. It consisted only of a list palgn for United States Senator here of eminent men mudo up from all sistent with the broad humanitarian tonight, attacking President Wilson's tho League of Nations covenant ir passenger train struck the automobile of tho nations which signed tho con- spirit of America, who receives to the Administration and tho League of Na reconciablo with tho American con In which they were riding, ut Weber's Crossing, near Oakland, Md. Miss privllego of her borders the people ventions. I tions. He also attacked tho cupid stitution, Senator Warren G. Hard Nicholson died on tho train while beof all lands and sends missionaries In caso of disputes which might ity of tho United States allies, Eng ing declared In a Constitution Day ing brought to a hospital here. Clar address here that tho tlmo had come ence Fulk, brother of Emma Fulk, and lead to war, tho contending nations to tho remotest bounds to take a part land and Japan. could select from this list a Board of in lifting to higher level tho backfor the United States to decide Harry Nicholson, brother of Ruth whether it would prescrvo or abandon Nicholson, were Injured, but not sen threo or flvo to hoar tho caso nnd ward peoples of tho globoT Loop and Eltvated Aerials. Tho Covenant, moreover, provides glvo its decision. That was tho ma-- 1 tho charter under which it achieved ously. research on radio Nationality. An extensive chlnery of organization that existed for a "permanent court of Interna transmission and reception with variFour Persons Slain. when tho great World War broke out tional justico" "competent to hear and ous types of aerials has been In progHalifax, Nova Scotia.--Thr- eo men, dotcrmino any dispute of an Inter-- , and proved absolutely unequal to the ,, bacramento, Cnllf., Sept. 17. In one ress at the bureau of standards, of them his father, mid a woman situation. Thcro wns no regular national character, which tho parsuys the Scientific Amer- or address hero today, opening his were shot and killed at Ilemford, Lun D. C, time for meeting, thero was no way ties thereto submit to it for arbitrat- ican. Ouo of the most Interesting California campaign, Governor James enburg County, by llavelock Velnott, ion;" nnd, furthermore, tho mem-- i questions at the present time Is as to M. Cox, of Ohio, Democratic Prcsl-dentl- of that town, who then ended his life. of getting a case of dispute before candidate, praised Senator Velnott attacked tho four when In a this court, and thero wns no way of bcrs of the League, as a condition of' tho relative advantages of the an,rcing tho decision If one was their membership, "agree that when-- ! tenna, or usual type of elevated aerial. Hiram Johnson, Republican, as an cx lit of lusaue rage resulting from uu old x ever any disputo shall artso between and the smaller coll aerial or "loop." ponent of progressism and again dispute over the locution of a mill dam . Clifl-nthem which thoy recognize to be This question Is answered by the flayed "big business," and Republican on his father's property, where the Tho Inadequacy of tho ITague Tristudies of tho bureau. The small coll bunal was generally recognized even suitable for submission to arbitration aerial has luuny advantages, but Is leaders supporting Senator Harding. shooting took place. boforo Its final test camo. Many pro- and which cannot bo settled by dip- usually not so powerful a transmitting Picnic Turned Into Tragedy. The courage given us by our work posals and plans were suggested for lomacy, they will submit the whole ami receiving device as the untennu Is like tho New York. One man Is dead and which Emerson matter to arbitration." The kinds of typo of aerial. It may, however, have a strongor machinery of organization has made (ureter glorious. Like self, two more aro a!d to be dying In a Coney Island hospital here as the reto take Its place. It was a subject cases suitable for such submission so much lower resistance than the reliance, courage U ultimately a relithnt It Is equal to It In trans- ance on widening concentric circles of sult of a rthootlng affray that took that engaged tho best minds of all (Continued on Pago 5) mitting und receiving value. place here. property which reach to God. j Inves-ticatlon, n, d h Fifty-seventh us Anti-Saloold Wash-Ingtonnl I e An American electric establishment has been seized by the workmen In Italy. A request In regard to wages Weitfrn Newtpaper Union New Service made by them was not granted, and Hnzleton, Ia, General resumption they took control of the factory. of operations In the anthracite coal This is a part of the movement going Melds, with the exception of the Schuyl kill district, was predicted by olllclals on there. It does not, however, reof the Lnlted Mine Workers. The ma sult, as yet, in stopping production. Jorlty of the "vacationists," Uiey deThe President of France has found clared, have voted to return to work pending efforts of the Policy Commit it necessary to resign on account of tee to reopen wage negotiations. Mln poor health. It Is reported that the ers In the Hazleton district, with the prime minister Millerand. is likelv to exception of n number of local unions, succeed him. The position of presi have voted to return, but the strike ngainst the "contractor system," at dent carries with it honor, but the the collerles of the Pennsylvania Coal prime minister has more power. Company, In Plttston, will be contln Germany Is now delivering coal to lied. This, however, Involves non union miners mostly. France, according to the terms made While n large number of 45,000 nt the Spa Conference. The coal is miners In District 0 have voted to re needed, and the more Germany keeps sume work, more than 10,000 coal digher promises the quicker will she regers have decided to continue stholr ceive the good will of the world. "vacation." They declare they will remain out until the operators have The note recently sent to the foreign reinstated munthly men, mine bosses, nnd clerks who quit in sympathy with minister of Italy by Secretary Colthe miners. Christ J. Jolden, District by, which stated the opposition of I'reslUont said that nil monthly men the United States to the Soviet GovIn the district would report for work ernment of Russia, has naturally In the morning. If they were rein aroused resentment among the radistated, he said, It was probable that cals Of thnt milTlfrv Tlin j . ...v nnnAa all the "vacationists" would be back to have been full of plots and intended work In a few days. Thomas Kennedy, President of the nets of terrorism to be perpetrated Hazletou district of the mine workers, in the United States. nld that the Policy Committee, of which he Is Chairman, probably would The recovery of Belgium is eolnir convene here the latter part of the on very rapidly, and the country Is week and begin to prepare the case of said to be teeming with Industry. the miners to be placed before WIl- - The Germans did not destrov as much 11m It. Wilson, Secretary of Labor, In as they did in France, because they Washington. expected to use the factories themselves when the war was over. Blames the Country Church. New York. Country churches nre chlelly responsible for driving young The plan for an international court men and women from the farms to the of justice Is "completed and will be cities, said Mrs. Marx E. Oberndorfer, referred to the League of Nations for of Chicago, Chairman of the Music acceptance or rejection. This Is Committee of the General Federation something that our best lee-a- l mind of Women's Clubs' here. She Is leading a movement to eliminate suggestive have advocated for a long time. The songs and dances. Mrs. Oberndorfer League of Notions has made it posIs the dranddaughter of a New Eng sible. "Boys and girls land clergyman. naturally like to sing and dance toJapan is a country of much re gether," she says. "Ministers who opsourcefulness. The Deonle are enn pose such recreations, even when under proper supervision, merely are oble of high industrial development. handicapping the opportunities of all Recently there has been a tendency to adopt tho production and manuchurches to do good. "Community work during the World War was ham- facture of silk as an industry and pered by narrow-mindepreachers." the people nre well fitted for it. By Union Officials In the Pennsylvania District Low Output is Ascribed to Shortage of Cars "Vacationists" voted to do to Work. England is having trouble with her railroad system as well as the United States. The rates are high and the service is inefficient. Private ownership of railroads in both countries is being put to a test, and if improve ment docs not occur in a reasonable length of time, the question of gov ernmcnt ownership or control will be come a live one. Tho Mayor of Cork, McSwiney, Is still olive on his fortieth day of hunger striko in tho cause of Irish liberty. His endurance and pluck may bo admired, but It Is to bo regretted that it was not moro wisely directed. Early Press Photography. San Remo in 1880 that press photography made ono of Its earliest offensives. Its objective was the Crown Prince Frederick, who was then living at San Remo in the hope of a cure for tho throat trouble which eventually killed him. Some enterprising American papers had sent over young women to represent them, hoping that their sex would securo them special privileges and they wero foremost In keeping their batteries constantly turn- ed on tho balcony of the hotel where Frederick sat of an afternoon. A screen was put up to shelter him from the cameras, but headed by the young women, the reporters stormed the hotel roof and continued their Inquisition triumphantly. The Name Pilgrims. Pilgrims, tho name of the liberty seekers who founded Plymouth colony In Massachusetts In 1020, grew out of an expression used by Gov. William Bradford. Ho often referred to the colonists as "pilgrims and strangers upon the earth." This band did not belong to the Puritans, as is usually said, but to a sect which grew out of Puritanism, whose members were call-eSeparatists becauso Uiey separated from tho church of England. Tho first church of Separatists was at Gains, borough, England : the second grew up at Scrooby, The Separatists were dr!v en out of England by persecution and established themselves first In Amsterdam and then at Leyden, In d It was at r r 1! Co Pnge Two TUB CITIZEN scholarvocatcs Initiative, ship, manliness, and the simple life. He Inspires young men ns few men of (ThU ipace lxrngi to the Alumni Anocltlnn of Item College. Arllckf, the ngo inspire them. In fact, ns an news ltrm ami pcrfonal letters frrm crniliiatcj will lie published In full or Ic Inspircr of youth he hns no superior ahitract oerv week. The Alumni lidltor, Sect. M. K. Vaughn, Hcr College, Berea, Ky., will he pleased to receive liny communication ol Interes in the land. (rum members of the Association.) When the history of preparatory Class of 1918 Wilson, Cnrolyn, A.B. Born Gaffney, education in the South Is written, and S. C. Address, Bolivar, Tcnn. the honors which n grateful public ultimately bestows nre awarded, thoso Boutcrse, Wesley, B.L. Born Knln nmnzoo, Mich. Address, 28 S. Ann of us who havo long viewed tho work 138 Clnrcmont Ave., St., Ashevlile, N. C. of schoolmnstcrs under Southern Montclnir, N. J., skies know thnt one of the first Bowles. Isaacs', BS. Born Tyncr, Sept. 12, 1920 Ky. Lnw Student nt Ynle. Ad Mr. Marshnll E. Vnughn, honors, if not tho very first, will bo dress, V48 Ynle Station, New Haven, Bcren College, awarded to "Old Sawney" and his school at Bcllbuckle. Conn. Beren, Ky. CInyton, T. S., B.L. Born Brcvnrd, Dcnr Mr. Vnughn? John F. Smith N. C. Address, Brcvnrd, N. C. When your letter regarding tho esHnrrington, Roberts, B.L. Born Mn tablishment of nn Alumni Section of jor, Vn. Address, 609 N. 10th St., The Citizen enmc this summer, I wns HABITS. Richmond, Vn. nwny, nnd I have becu nwny n good Man Is the result of his education. Mnrtln, Horace D., A.B. Bom . denl of tho time. I nm very glnd to nnd his education Is only the sum of, Address, I'eabody College, Nash- know of this new fenturc In The his habits, or those things which ho ville, Tcnn. Citizen, and Mrs. Boggs nnd I hnvo has most habitually or repeatedly done. sense the old saying, "Lino Scott, Frank, B.L. Born Flora, Ky. subscribed, partly on that nceount. In a certain Address, Carlisle, Ky. There is nothing I can add just now upon line; precept upon precept," Is Bicknell, Ruth, B.Ped. Born Bcrcn, toward its success, as I hnvc not Repetifounded on correct principles. Ky. Mnrried William Clark. Ad seeen any Bcrcn alumni sinco visiting tion continued results In becoming a part of the man. This Is true not dress, Berea, Ky. Berea last spring except my wife. only In nn Intellectual and moral sense, Bowman, Maud, B.L. Born Bakers- In reading the numbers of Tho but Is even more true In our physical ville, N. C. Teaching In N. C. Citizen that have come this summer, I nnture. The sum of healthy exercise have come to appreciate it ns a newsAddress, Berea, Ky. will make a healthy muscular system. Bundy, Helen, A.B. Born Angola, N. paper ns I did not when In Berea. In The spasmodic, Irregulnr and unwholeY. Address, Angola, N. Y. one respect In which most American some exercises only can result In a lack of formation of muscular strength Hatfield, Lydia, B.Peil. Born Kcrby papers fall short It seems to me It Knob. Mnrried a Mr. Berry Tate. docs unusually well, nnd thnt Is In and muscular habits. What a man Is tells the story of what his habits have Address, 93 N. Ave., Highland Pnrk, giving world news. I rend the Inrge been, and what his habits are deterNew York papers, and also frequently Detroit, Mich. mines what he Is to be. This Is true Herndon, Bcttle, B.L. Born Berea, study some of the British and other with all the voluntary fuuctlons of the Ky. Address, Berea, Ky. foreign papers, and I believe The body, and Is Indirectly true with tho Involuntary functions. The physical Holliday, Susan, A.B. Bom Haznrd, Citizen, in proportion to its size, gives Ky. Address, Rochester General more really worth while news of tendencies of childhood nnd youth aro Hospital, Rochester, N. Y. what Is going on in the world outrarely ever changed throughout life; and even later, we are constantly fall- Hudson, Mildred, A.B. Bom Lynn, side the United States than any of Mnss. Mnrried Mr. Earle S. Han- - the well known New York Dallies. It ing Into ways which follow us In all our future career. Not only are physaford. Address, 7 Ashland Place, Is somewhat like the European paical habits thus established, but the pers, many of which give condensed Mcdford, Mass. operation of the mind has the same Knight, Mablc, B.Ped. Bom West news of tho world. tendency. We think a thought, and It Some of these days Mrs. Boggs Portlnnd, N. Y. Address, Ripley Is considered trilling, but It returns, (whom you will remember as Amy N. Y. and sometimes suggests Itself a third time to us. In this way the same Penrson, Eunice, A.B. Bom Bamboo, Bridgman) nnd I hope to mnko n good Wis. Teaching. Address, Ashton, visit to Berea together. You may be thought recurs over and over In the S. D. sure wo arc now appreciating tho nerve centers, and without our willing It we find It present In the passive por- Todd, Mae, A.B. Bom Paint Lick, alumni section of Tho Citizen. tions of the mental system until It Ky. Teaching at Georgetown, Ky. Very truly yours, Anally becomes a habit of the mind. Address, Georgetown, Ky. S. Whittcmore Boggs We are ever making ourselves OTer by our thoughts and deeds. We can mako every action of our life, every thought nervous disorders should get Into the may bo destroyed by the man who realto innster them. We must of our mind effectual If we wlIL We hnblt of living simply. They should ly must devote a good deal of thought to mold their lives according to somo keep the right Iden before the mind and re- philosophy or religion. They should the shall-be- , the ought-to-bliner that of overcoming the hnblt. or member, that as we think, as we work, develop a fixed routine to free them thnt of tho consequence of yielding. TO LIVE. so shall be the result. from the Jars nnd strains of constnnt It's up to us I LKAKN UOW Mnny of Uie Ideas that we havo Inchange. As nn cnslnvcr of body and herited help to narrow and cramp the brain, the hnblt way Is most disadvanlnslt on being well: go to bed with Inner life. We must change our habits tageous to us. If we become addicted thnt Idea and got up with It; carry It of thought. The proper adjustment to bad habits, our health becomes Im- nbout with you ns you carry your own to our llfo nnd environment and the paired and we ago early. Wo roust face nnd hands about with you nnd dally effort to gain one's poise and overcome bad habits, we must get out somehow you nre apt to find thnt It Is Is effective In proportion to of unwholesome, rut. All evil habits nnto vou even ns yjju will I the clearness and strength of our thought and tho confidence we put Into It. Even hopplness Itself may become habitual. One may acquire the habit self-contr- September INTO THE FAR NORTHWEST By George Dick 2.1, 102 General College News ! Bowles, n former College graduate of Berea and who Is n grad-unt- o student this year in Lnw School Ynlc, made n short visit In town nt last week. The Y. W. C. A. held Interesting meetings Sundny evening with n good attendance. Miss Lillian Ncal led nt Ladies Hnll ami Miss Lucy Sivcrs at Kentucky Hnll. The topic, "The Open Door," was well discussed by I. A. Berea College Alumni Association It fi I? o K many present. GRANT AND LEE LITERARY SOCIETY ll c t I Program for September 25, 1020 Bible reading and prayer, Raleigh Hall Earl Ward p- - Powder Truitt Thomas Reading Ambassador to Franklin, Chas. Griffith Reproduced Story .... Clinton Fox Lester Lee News of Week Roy Cosby Biography Debate: Resolved that electricity is more useful than steam. Affirmative: Robert Davis, Tarvln Sailor Negative Patrick McCray, Arnold E. PIgman We extend a hearty welcome to visitors and new students. As you know, our society was named for two great men. Our motto Is, "Rowing and not Drifting." Raleigh Hall, pres. Arnold E. Pigman, sec. Recitation Poem c t H 1 August 31, 1020 Dear Bcrcn Friends: Slnco writing my Inst letter to you I hnvc traveled several hundred miles, on rnllrond trains, street enrs, steam honts, wngons, horse back and on foot. I visited the Mnyo Brothers' Sanitarium nt Rochester, Minn., where I snw mnny folks hnvlng various ailments seeking relief. Tho Mnyo Brothers have n wonderful place, and hnvc done grcnt things for sick people. Whllo I wns there, I met Dr. R. H. Cowley nnd Mrs. Arthur Hall, whom you will remember In BcreA ns Miss Pitts. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnll were In Bcrcn several yenrs ngo, Mrs. Hnll ns n teacher and Mr. Hnll as n student. Mr. Hnll is now prenchlng nnd going to n Theological Seminary In Oninhn, Neb. From Rochester I went to St. Paul, Minn., nnd stopped to sea Mr. nnd Mrs. II. M. Rncer nnd their three fine children. Rev. Rncer hns been prenchlng In one of the churches there, nnd Is now Asslstnnt Superintendent of the Union Gospel Mission. penka arc of solid rock, thrown of the earth nges ngo, with no v . tntlon on them. As tho sun t, plnycd upon them, chnnglng cck s could be seen nt times thnt sec c 1 to be transparent, mnklng n wontcr. ful sight, always chnnglng, yet our tho snmo rock formntlon. Wo saw a raven totem polo which wns brou(,h from the Queen Chnrlotto Island t the western coast and placed near tho depot. Here In Jnspcr Pnrk w. snw the Aspln tree with the trcr Idlng Icnvcs. One enn appreciate th.it expression often henrd, "Shnklng hko nn Aspin leaf," better after seeing them. Jnspcr Pnrk is over n Inrge "Moraine" formed by glaciers years ngo, which pushed tho rock and sand down the valley, leaving great ridges of these boulders which nre nenrly round, hnving been worn ly tho nctlon of the ice ns it slowly . moved nlong. 1 THE GREATEST SCHOOLMASTER OF THE SOUTHLAND Randolph Elliott in the August Atlantic pays tribute to Senator W. R. Webb in his article entitled "Old Sawney's." The name carries with it no opprobrium. It is a favorite name used affectionately by thousands of people who have known the old master intimately in the class- room, or who havo had sons under his Instruction. In preparatory training In the Southland Senator Webb Is a pioneer. Beginning at Cullcoka, Tenn., soon after the close of the Civil War, ho won public approval in and away from the village that brought Invitations to go to other places to establish a' school. He chose Bellbnckle and soon made it famous. Every educational man In the Southland save, perhaps,) a few recent Importations knows Bellbuckle and honors the genial o&t master who has clone his great work there. The Impress he has made on the youth of his state and of the entire South can not be estimated. So great Is the affection that his former stu- dents have for their old master that a few years ago when the untimely i assassination of a United States' senator left a seat at the National j uapitoi vacant inese siuuems now successful and influential men of affairs In Tennessee petitioned the governor to appoint their old school master to the office, and tho governor granted their tequest. It was a fitting tribute to ono of the South's most useful citizens. When he laid aside the toga, he became schoolmaster again and continued the work In practical democracy, which ho chose as his life work long ago. As a schoolman he represents the final degree in practical, democratic efficiency. The school has never had a handbook of bewildering rules; ho rules with personality. He has never stood for supervised study; but the boys work at their lessons as they never worked at other tasks. He ail iU-l- res self-contr- Starting on a Long Flight of looking upon tho sunny side of things, nnd he may also acquire the hnblt of looking upon the gloomy side. Thought habit character. You are now. In mind, body and estate, just what previous thinking has made you. Habit Is n force to be harnessed. Every repetition of an Ideal makes Its Impression deeper. There Is moro and more of Its quality lodged In the subIt lives. mind. There conscious Through reiteration tho higher nnd purer thought develops nnd strengthens Its corresponding brain cells. Its physical functioning ground thereby becomes moro responsive, fertile and Through reciprocity easier to use. there Is a mutual stimulation. Like capital, habit earns Interest. Many of the noblest qualities of life never enn have n richer opportunity for cultivation than during Illness. endurance, cheerfulness, forget-fulneof fcelf. nnd thoughtfutness of others, when exercised nnd cultivated, will yield good returns, "like n medicine." People who are predisposed to Is e. ss one of the 5,000 homing pigeons entered lu ii Missouri girl nice 'o St. Louis. The birds wero trained at tho Itexnll lofts In St Loulx. the largest lu the world. A 600-mil- From St. Paul our train went on up through Minnesota ncross tho border line into Cnnnda to Winnipeg. Tho train stopped nt n little station for a few minutes, so Doctor nnd I thot wc would step out nnd get some fresh nlr, but found the door locked, tho pnsscngcrs near us lnughed n little nnd wo soon learned the renson for tho locked door, When tho train crossed tho border line Into Canada, the Cnnndlnn Officers came Into tho cars and examined all baggago nnd nsk who you nre, where you arc going nnd what you intend to do. We passed the inspection, and were soon on the Canndinn train speeding to- -, wnrd Winnipeg, nrriving there nbout 4:30 p. m. Having n few hours to' spend, wo saw a littlo of tho city, which Is Indeed n wonderful place grcnt buildings, wide streets, and very polite policemen. I snw n sign on ono of tho street cars, "Baseball today, game called at 3:30 and 0:30.' I said to Doctor, that seems rather late to start a game. Lnter I sat in my room, writing letters until 9:30 nnd needed no light, ns it did not' get dark until 10 o'clock. Thnt wns tho longest day light time that I had ever seen. Our train left nt 10:30 nnd wo started westward, passing hundreds of ncrcs of unclaimed land, without houses, trees or vegetation, but which could be made to produce largo crops if somo folks would go there to live nnd work. Sometimes wo could see smnll log cnbins hnvlng dirt nnd d roofs. A few nnlmnls nnd somo very fine crops could bo seen, also. Tho land was so level that wo could look out of cither side of tho train and seo as far ns eye could sec, to tho horizon, where the land seemed to drop out of sight. After forty-eighours travel wo reached Jasper Park, In British Columbia, n bentlful place in the mountains which tho Government in making into a Nntlonnl Pnrk. There wo d snw tho mountain Edith Cavnll, nnmcd In honor of tho English nurso whom tho Gcrmnns killed In tho war. This place Is 1100 feet high. Tho "Old Man of tho Mountains," so called because there Is seen a face, formed by rock nnd dirt, is 8000 foot high, nnd tho Pyra- mid Mountnln, where there Is a glacier 10,700 feet high. Thcsoj grass-covereht snow-covere- From Jnspcr Pnrk wc returned to Edmonton, In Albcrtn, Canada, n city of 00,000 people, the Inrgest city. This seems to be n very prosperous city, hnving fino buildings not very closely placed, but covering n very largo area. The Province of Albcrtn hns Its college there. Bnnks nre numerous. I received $22.20 for $20.00 of our money. Thnt was tho easiest tlmo I ever had In earning $2.20. After n day's stay In Edmonton, we went to Judnh on n train thnt looked ready to fall to pieces, but the Inside of the coaches wore very clean. This train made ten miles per hour, on an nverage. Can you Imnginc n ride of 442 miles on such n train? The grass was so high In places that you could not sec the track; several times the engineer blew tho whistle to chase the cattle off the track. Wc passed miles of small trees, so close together that wc could scarcely sec 60 feet Into the forest. Wo passed Lesser Slave Lnkc, 75 miles long nnd 10 miles wide. Dr. Cowley looked out of the window nnd noticed that the water had washed the dirt awny from the railroad ties at one end, and wc were glad to get safely past that place. This train was to have run to Peace River Crossing, several miles beyond Judah, but could not do so, ns the mountnln side had slipped nwny, carrying the track with It. Wo got Into n Ford, which was to take us to Pence River Crosslnrjji after riding nbout 100 feet wo came to n hill that was too steep for a Ford to go up. A Democrat came nlong nnd took us safely to our destination. Dr. Cowley does not like Democrats any too well, but he was glad to sec this one, which was a d spring wagon drawn by two horses. Hnvc not been nblo to know why they cnll it n "Democrat" it may bo liecausc they have been hnving very hard ronds to travel Intely. At Pence River Crossing wc got o bonrd n steamboat called "D. A. Thomns," nnd rode up the Pcnco river for 240 miles, tnking us from Saturday until Into Tuesday night. The mountnins nlong this river arc H beautiful. We saw n bear climbing up one of them nnd wero told thnt there nre n number of bears around here. Our ride on the boat wns very pleasant. At the end of the boat's travel woW landed nt Hudson's Hope, which of two lop store buildings, a Government Telegraph office, n log cabin restaurant, run by a Scotchman and several log cnbins ami n few Indian tents. We saw n num- North-Western two-seatecon-n-s- ts one-roo- . (Contlnued on Tngo Six) NORMAL The school which trains both rural and city teach- ers, with special attention given to rural teaching. Equal stand- ing with Stato Normals, and graduates are given state ccrtifi- the common branches Tho Preparatory course, not is the straight It JBffiB9RHHHU?5Pra S HHHBhDBX' "wprmjffi KjSHHMMHjMHjw' cjSHNBtf HpjjflMBfifcMfcjW MRTaSliHHHjSBBStX t jt jHBijfitfKsflHHll for who HSgHKyiHHM HHHipSHS jmmtjBK Ladles 4HKi ntU reduced by tho amount of work performed. A student of energy rclinbility cnn KreMi" reduro tho rash payment by work, WOrk Ut hIs l'ntiro cxn;,,gC8- " "" CX,eCt Inbor credits or both' ADANCE Incidental fco for the term VOCATIONAL Professional courses combined with literary sub- Jects. For young men: Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, For young Printing, Blacksmithlng, Painting and Commerce. Stcnog- Home Science, Sewing, Nursing, Bookkeeping raphy. " Amount due first of term Bonrd, 0 weeks, duo mlddlo of term $33.05 $10.60 $31.30 $15.00 1 vHH0'iElHfllEKi3'Sr JMMHMHHBHMBlr Hall and Main Dining Room MUSIC Cabinet Organ, Piano, Singing, Theory, Band and Or- chestra. A fino opportunity to become a good musician nt n very low cost. reserved. Commerce. Stenography, Typewriting and Penmanship aro from 60c. to $1.00 n week extra. Music is also from 60c. to $1.00 a week extra. COST OF LIVING. By good business management and studied oconomy, ttio Collego Is ablo to reduce Uio cost of living In B;roa to tho lowast possiblo figure. Tho times aro working hard against us and tho constant battlo with the high cast of all commodities Is a trying one, but thus far the Collego has won, Tuition is free, incidental feo $5, $0, and $7 a term, according to tho courso token, room and board for ob out $125 n year and many other valuable and necessary additions to tho student's school life, suoli as gymnasium, athletics, hospital and lectures aro free. All students from the mountain s abovo fifteen years of ago, of good character, studious habits and a willingness to work aro Invited and will find a wholehearted wclcomo to Berea, but they must mako reservations In advance Write for a Catalogue and book oi Chief Regulations, to the College Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Kentucky. Se.Mnibcr 23, 1020 THE CITIZEN Ihnt way. I'm still very childish nhonf I have to see. It even If Christmas. It's only In tho tiniest little I'm very much hurt. I've hem telling myself II must be the postman's fault." lie denied It hrnvely. "It wasn't the mstmnn's It wns mine. I lorn use I didn't Intend to wild you n remembrance nt nil I Intended to bring It. t! planned to give It to you beforo din ner, but when I was so Into, and ever body wns walling" Sho turned with gratifying quick-ties.'- '. remetn-hrnnces. Page Thre4 waited so surely we knew ft! would come out all right In the end, somehow . . , nnd . . . nnd . . . I do llko my glftt It does mnke the dny better." And then, In n soft whisper, "Henryl" She hnd called him "Henry" nnd even In tho spell of his confusion, ho throbbed to the significance of It. The lover wns eager, bu the prodigal was startled back from the very thresh' old of love. "From tho first day I" he breathed, electrified. "And you trusted me like that . . . when you knew what I was doing " She was laughing nnd crying nt the snmc time; his hungry nrms went out to her nnd found her; words were coming tumultously to him nnd he snld them ns they came. Somehow the ring was on her finger; nnd she had kissed It therp. Ilctwecn them, partnered, n sacred understanding as Imperishable ns bronzo hnd arisen; they both knew, without the necessity of prolonged speech, whnt his future They both know In whnt wns to be. capacity he was to face the world; they knew the brimming fullness of her pnnlon nnd the brimming fullness of his regret. These truths were mutually conflnned; the shabby past merged with the fresh and vivid present ; their pledges to this end were upon their lips. Tho world wns lying helpless nt their feet . . . tho wonderful, receptive sensitive, world which had respected nnd honored nnd admired him In tho days of his regeneration, and would continue, paying the reward of his request. In an Irresistible passion of humility and shame and courage, ho tried to tell her the sums of his deceits; her Hps prevented him. "You mustn't I" sho murmured. "Never I You let me choose I want It this way." Dazed, triumphant, he was Incidents, seeing faint clues develop Into mighty revelations, com prehending at last the supreme love and supreme faith of the two who had waited for his victory, nnd kept his s e The MAN NOBODY KNEW a, Holworthy Hall "Did you bring It?" "Ves." he said, "I brought It. I'm net quite sure .whether you'll like It or you brought I" The pronoun hnd nn Infinitesimal emphasis all to Itcelf. 0rr1M r no4. Mll a Ootaptar. I llllllnrd cl en roil his throat "When I wns young" "I beg your pardon?" n Hi laughed nt high pressure nnd Whnt would be left? Only tlio shell over again. of nchlevement. Would lip go hnck to wns young. Mother Grundy "When Franco? or would lie rctunln In Amer-- I hnd n very small collection to choosy en, nml straggle for success by enfrom books and candy anil (lowers. dowing wnr rhnrltlos out of tils gloriIf I'd send you anything hy mall, I ous Inroine-to-beAlso . . . nnd think I'd have had to obey the rules. thin wns encrvntlng . . . what My enrly (mining was pretty seven1. should lie say to her? It Is given to Itut I thought If I brought It myself, propose twice. In different lierhaps I could he more original." few men to character, to tho same girl. "I low original?" she asked, with TIip trnln plowed nnd panted through pretty animation. the thickening drifts; Hllllnrd's wnlch Ills heart wns pounding relentlessly; whs coming out of his pocket nt he had Inst the elahomtc recltnl which Intervals; here wns Itochestcr h. cnrefully prepared; nnd It was gone He hnd to depend at ItiKt . . . three hours lute . . . without n trace. nnd there, shining dimly Ihrntich on presence of mind. hanked cloud, wns the sun! The "Since I couldn't keep to my schedtrnln seined WHimed to greater effort ule. I've been saving It up to give you lijr Its mere nppenrnncc; llllllnrd, who when everything was propitious." He hnd inensured time by weeks, then hy tendered her n pneknge. tied with holly dnys, nnd more recently liy reluctnnt smaller than n book, ribbon; It hours, begnn to mnrk the minutes from and smaller thnn nny orthodox carrier Ills mentnl cnlendnr. of confection. "Don't open It Just yet, And then, nfter nn Intennlnnhle please." century of Impntlence, the outlying vilShe lookixl nt It, pinched It, dropped lages, gray nnd smoky; the flnt wastes It In her lap, nnd Inughed softly. of Solvny; the rond slowly hemming "Is there Mich n mystery about It?" streets; the buildings nddlng height "Ves, there Is." llllllnrd felt himself I . . . Syracuse begin to go with the current of his His feet wens on the plntform; he mood. He sat up awkwardly. "All wns hurrying forwnrd. Ahend of him that you could ever think of nuking . . . nnd In his excitement he stum-birabout mo . . . where I've been and henvlly . . . there, coming what I've dono Is In that box. tnwnrd him . . . Carol nnd the It's everything a biography, and a no history . . . and It's my gift to you, Doctor, befuTed nnd rosy question of the. welcome they were too. Itut before you open It " He bringing him I had to paue to collect himself. 'Til His own Initial remnrks were grossly havo to make an explanation." Ho Incoherent. There were no words to fought with It and found hU llp fit the situation; perhaps ha did It strangely sealed. greater Justice by the disconnected "Ts It so very hard to make?" she sounds he mnde. And then he wns nsked nt length. entering the Doctor's closed enr; they "Almost Impossible . . ." He wns were bouncing over the cobbles of the seelug black and red. Kvcn If "everylower city; they were nttncklng the body" hnd expected him to do this Ps."e of James street, nnd he was thing ashnd Ivrlng out In nn ecstasy of memory sured (ns Angela reasonlong sincehave did he him) what at the houses where ho hnd played In to ho;' for pardon? "What would boyhood. you think," be asked, perilously, "of a Two o'clock on time for man who enred enough about you to A house hangdinner to the ing with evergreen; n Christmas spirit permeating every nook nnd cranny; Christmas odor not nil of evergreen drifted In tantalizing whiffs to meet him. A Joyous Interlude; n gny procession; n hush; n gmvely Npoken blessing Oh, that Chrlstmnsl "I'll like nnythlng not" be-gn- 1 ? s d ... ... ... you, It ought to mnko the day better If It doesn't, It would have been Just as unwelcome to you nt nny other time. Undcrstnnd, I'll never to excuse anything , . . we're beyond thnt. All I can do Is to wait. I'm giving yoi . . . will you open It now, please?" Her fingers bungled with the knot, nnd hn made ns though to help her, "No," sho said, holding the pnekngo nwny from him. "I want to open It all myself I" A llllllnrd, rigid, watched her. phrase was beating henvlly ngnlnst hit consciousness . . . one of the I'roverbs . . . something nboiit tho bread of deceit, nnd nshes . . . Tho knot gnve wny; nnd the tissue wrapping, fnlllng nslde, disclosed nn oblong pnsteboard box. Cnrol lifted the lid nnd llllllnrd cnught his breath. Then' wero two cnblnet photogrnphs; uppermost wns a very excellent likeness of llllllnrd himself. Sho looked nt Mm porplexidly ; he wns getting out his fouutitln pen. His hand wns cold, tinstendy. "It lacks something, doen't It?" he said, In nn undertone. "Let mo hnve While she followed It a moment." his every . movement, he wrote, with his left hand and somewhnt pnlnstnk-Inglan Inscription nnd gave back the picture. "Christmas, 1010," she rend, "with She love from Henry Illlllanl." flushed hotly. "Now look I" he said, Ignoring her "Tlio . . . next one." Mereaction. chanically she took out the second photograph; It was a duplicate of the picture of Dicky Morgan on the Doctor's desk. Her cheeks were suddenly devoid of color, she stared fearfully nt him without speaking. "That lacks something, too," he said ; nnd his voice was yielding to the tremendous strain upon him. With conspicuous care he shifted the pen to his right hand; held It poised for a moment, gave her a smile of Ineffable pathos, closed his teeth hard. "I have a very useful little trait," he said; And wrote his "I'm nmbldextrous." message. She had the evldenco before her the Inimitable, unmistakable, ornamental script of another personality. "Christmas. 1010 and love from Dick to Carol." "The real gift Is underneath," he said, and his diction now was foreign no, no; go even to himself. "Uut on . . ." ner uncertain, exploring fingers had touched a smaller box; It sprang open In her palm; within, wns a gorgeously flashing, scintillating, living gem, set yt ... y, of reason. "Cnmlt" ho snld, petrified. "Carol I" Mute, sho shook her head. Looking him full In the eyes, she flinched suddenly, nnd a grent soli burst In her throat. The photograph of Dicky Morgan wns In her hand; sho held It n moment, trembling, nnd then, while InlihiinTuili. ii. r hands, unsteady now ps were his own, closed over It ns though to gunrd nnd shelter It. Her ryes sought his, nnd held them fright wns meeting fright. "And In my thought," he said, "nre nil the sweet memories I have of you . . , nnd nil the frngrnnco of you . . . nnd In the stone there . . . there's n story for you to rond . . . bigger thnn nny book could hold . . ." Sho still mnde no nnswer; she wns holding her three gifts tightly, nnd staring nt him, stnring . , , not In tho revulsion ho hnd Imagined, not In the measureless contempt he hail feared, but with the wraith of a smile trembling on her pale lips. "Only one of the photographs Is to keep," ho snld thickly. "One of the two I'm giving you tho chnnce to sny which It Is . . . which one of the two you wnnt to live If you wnnt either of those men to go on loving you or If you wnnt them both to go nwny for nlwnysl" In her eyes, there wns nnother miracle; her eyes were soft, nnd Indicative of n grent relief, rather thnn of n grcnt shock; nnd ns ho wntched, spellbound, ho snw thnt tears were creeping Into them, nnd not of sorrow but of grent Joy. In thnt moment his most stupefying discovery wns made, and the magnitude of It, tho portent of It. set his brain at naught, and left him destitute ternnl partner to the understanding: nn He. too, beenmo n common Inter- change of glances wns sufficient He enmo In swiftly; his hands outstretch, ed, his head lifted high In the pride ol n fnlher who hns looked uon his children, nnd found them true to each other, and to him. "Whnt !" he said. "Havo you prove! It nlieady my son?" THK END. DEAL CITY OF THE FUTURE Will Be Attained When Every Citizen Realize the Importance of Hit Part of the Work. city .miliary, convenient, snbstnn-tiwhere the houses of the rich nnd poor nre nllke conifortnhle; where the streets nre rlenn nnd the skyline Is clear ns the country nlr; where the nrchltecturnl excellence of Its buildings udds benuty nnd dignity to Its streets; whore pnrks nnd plnygrounds nre within tho reach of every child; where living Is plensnnt. toll honorable nnd recrentlon plentiful; where enjn Itnl Is respected but not worshiped; where commerce In goods Is grent, but not greater thnn the Interehnnge of Idens; where Industry thrives nnd brings prosperity nllke to the employer nnd employed; where education nnd nrt hnve n place In every home; where worth nnd not wealth gives stnndlng to men; where the power of character leads men to leadership, where Interest In public affairs Is a test of citizenship and devotion to the public wenl Is n badge of honor; where government Is nlways honest nnd efllclent and the principles of democracy find their fullest nnd truest expression; where the people of all the earth enn come and be blended Into one community life, nnd where each generation will vie with the past to transmit to the next n city greater, better and more beautiful thnn the last. The Nation's Huslness. A nt ... ; ... ... her breath came fnstcr nnd her shoulders quivered, she tore It ncross and ncross, finer and finer, until only fragmentary scraps remnlned nnd these she let fall In her lap, unheeded. The likeness of Hllllard, the lying, radlnnt fnce of tho mnn nobody knew this she hnd seized, nnd this she hnd clutched to her breast, spasmodically, as though In fear to have It snatched nwny from her. Hllllard was very close to her; and his whole being was concentrated In his eyes. "Cnrol 1" ho said to her again In that stranger's voice. "Carol . . . You . . . you knew I" To him the fact was unbelievable. Tardily, unwillingly, she raised her head. "From the very first day," she said brokenly. "Doth dad and I . . . nnd no one ejse; not even mother . . . your eyes told us both, and we've trusted, you so . . and ... Productive Ornamentation. Any back yard nt all can be made secret shut within their hearts, that both attractive and productive. trelGrapevines make n good porch he might stand the ordeal, and prove triumphant And now, the reputation lis when space Is not available for an that was already his . . . the loft- arbor. A high fence or back porch ier reputation which he should conse- may be used ns trellis for blackberry crate himself to build . . . not plants. In n decorative border a few only for Uie pleasure of the building, clumps of the brilliant red giant rhuAm but also because there were those to barb will not look out of place. for hedges which will be both decorawhom he owed It . . . highly productive, no plants Behind them, a firm footfall. Hll- tive and more satllard was on his feet his arm Instinct- of a useful variety will be gooseberively protecting Carol. Doctor Duranl isfactory than raspberries, They nre hardy, wns smiling on them from the door ries and currants. grave,, benevolent- - oa- - will take little care nnd will supply way . fruit for each season. .. ... n time enrly In the evening when llllllnrd found himself Ho had n vngue nlone with Carol. recollection that they had been sent to look for something . . . n corn popix'r, or some other equally futile article . . . nnd for nn Instant he mnrveled nt their expecting to find when they hnd It In the was wondered. Hut the unoccupied; nnd there were comfortable chnlrs In It; nnd something very green nnd red nnd seasonable In nil the windows; so that they both delayed prodigiously, nnd exchanged a number of highly Inconsequential reFres-entlmarks about tho decorations. without so much ns n transient they sat thought for tho down with one accord. From n dlsi tnnco tho munnnr of cheerful voices In the living room was nn adequate accompaniment to their thoughts. Hllllard's head wns dropped low; his reverie wns so profound that not even Carol's voice could rouse him not until she spoke n second time. "I said a penny for them," sho repeated, nmused. "Oh I" Hllllard's nwnkenlng wns explosive. "Why, that's queer . . . I wns Just thinking about thnt I mean tho first Sunday I over enme up hero to dinner. You said tho same thing then. Itemember It?" "Ws, Indeed . . . nnd they were n wonderful bargnln nt the prlcol" He didn't seem to recall that sho had ever looked so mischievous. "They aro now, then," ho said. It's Just as It was before I was thinking about you." Hegardlng her, ho was transported nnew by her And It wasn't only her external loveliness that he adored, It was what she had of symprthy, and kindness, and sweetness of disposition. A vury womanly lrl she was . . . not n llamlng character to blare and die, but a steady Mid enduring soul . . -such as he craved . . . She turned her head nwny. "I was very angry at you this morning," she said; "I thought you'd forgotten about me entirely." Hllllard affected alarm. "How could There enme ....... r corn-poppe- 18 zA Name and Brand to Trust THE NAME of Goodrich, branded on automobile tires, is itself a certification of the very utmost in tire satisfaction. MS haj-pll- y '5 "It's My Gift to You. But Before You Open It." risk everything ho had In the world . . . not his valuables In the sense of money . . , hut all his ambitions for Stamped upon millions of tires, it has stood and today stands responsible for their superior quality and service. 8000 Miles for Silvertown Cords, 6000 Miles for Fabric Tires, is an adjustment basis maintained only by virtue of persistent high quality reflected in the big mileage which my-nel- fl everything; nil his dreams; all his on a ChristIdeals; nil his hopes mas gift? What would you?" ... "lie-cau- se love-linen- that happen?" ."Not even no much as a little with 'Merry Christmas' on It," . Id. "Father and mother had on you, but as for me" opened her hands In omptlness. card she one She "I looked over every one of tlietu twice." Hllllard felt his pulses quicken. "Doesn't iny coming to you make up a little for It?" "No, I'm afrnld It doesn'fcnot In Sho frowned adorably. "And . . . he's not Just a little bit quixotic?" "Not nt nil . . . supixvse ho did It deliberately, nnd nfter it great denl of thought. Just on the chance thnt It might please you? When It would ther do that or end their friendship?" Sho fingered Uio small package over and over. "Why, I should think that If this , , . mythical person were so very anxious to please me ho wouldn't take quite so much risk." "Hut when I'm the mythical person myself that's different, Isn't It?" "Why should It be?" She gave him no opportunity to see her face. "You've forgotten a great deal, I told you once that If you knew all that I've been all that I've done . . , you might not be so willing to have my friendship, anyway." "So," she said, subdued. "I've not forgotten, but you have I I sold that I didn't believe you." "You're holding It all In your hands," said Hllllard. His expression, as hs gazed at her, was Infinitely yearning; but his voice was even and low. "I spent a good many hours over this . . . wondering whether It was right for me to take such a risk ou this day, ahovo all others . . . and Anally. I thought It out this way; If It pleases Goodrich Tires deliver. oodrich Tires " Best in the Long Rim " cAdjustment 'Basis: Silvertown Cords, 8000 Miles ... FabricTires, 6000 Miles SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY BEREA MOTORS COMPANY BEREA, KENTUCKY n H Tngc Fou: THE CITIZEN MUNCY BROTHERS OPENING The new furnlturo store on Short street, owned by Muncy Brothers, Charter No. MJ September 23, 1820 ) J J i STREET IMPROVEMENT Considerable work has been put on the streets of Bcrea this year. The finishing touches wcro put on Main, Short, Chestnut, Prospect, Estill, Depot and Center streets last week In the NRWS OF BRREA AND VICINITY, OATHERKD FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES form of Tarvia and yrraveL Tho Tarvla was used unsparingly and an, excellent job wns done. Bcrea streets M. M. Robinson has been quite arc now in fine condition. Dr. ill the past few days. Rev. and Mrs. Vogol arc. absent Scientific home shoeing;, fine iron BENJAMIN AnNEY PARDONED descriptions from town this week in attendance work and repairs of all Benjamin Abney, who was conof tho Kentucky Conference at Newat the College Blacksmith Shop, Main port. victed for murder by the Jackson street, north of The Citizen Office. Dr. and Mrs. Fclton and Mrs. Burns Circuit Court at its September term, advertisement. in 1005, and sentenced to penitentiary were called, Monday, to tho bedside of a brother in Chicago, who was re- for his natural life, was pardoned by Gocrnor Edwin P. Morrow on SeptMrs. Louis Lester, of Hazard, was ported very low. ember S, 1920. Many of the readers school here entering her children in W. B. Waldcn, of Lancaster, was of The Citizen know Mr. Abney and; and visiting her mother, Mrs. M. J in Berea, Tuesday. will be glad to hear that ho is free. Kenney. Mr. J. 0. Lehman, the editor, Is He is at work for the railroad comMr. Geo. W. Parker, of Washinc-tospending the week in Jackson county. pany at Irvine now. D. C, and Lcxincton, Ky., spent dauph-te- r. Bryan Arnctt hns returned from Saturday and Sunday with his Detroit and Is n part of the Arnctt B. Fielder. Mrs. STRUCK nY AUTO & Purkcy. Harrcl Terrill, of Bcrea, has ac- firm, successors to Gabbard A serious accident happened last1 Shelby Winkler is putting a concepted a position with Berea Bank & crete wnlk in front of his property in week when Dr. Charles Robinson, who Trust Co. was turning around In his buggy on Mrs. Bertha B. Griffith and Donald the West End. Chestnut street was struck by the Aupusta, Ky., arc B. Griffith, of Mrs. Bigc Estridge, who recently guests of Boone Tavern. They will underwent an operation, is now im- car of R. II. Chrlsman. The doctor was thrown from his buggy, striking1 be here for a few weeks. proving nicely. his head on tho concrete walk. Mr. of 'WinJoe Leadford and family, Roy P. Asbury, of Augusta, Ky., chester, were in Bcrea a few days is spending several weeks at Boono Chrlsman made a strong effort to miss tho doctor, turning his car out' last week. They were formerly of Tavern. of the road nnd running into a water Bcrea and have been looking over Lcn Isaacs and family, of Irvine, property here with the expectation visited tho J. n. Jnckson family last plug. The doctor has been in a critical condition ever since the accident propof moving here if they can find Sunday. happened, but as wc go to press it erty they like. Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Wyatt were is thought there are hopes of his of M. A. Haller and Ray Hallor, Monday. recovery. Dr. Robinson is our oldest, Louisville, Ky., are guests of Boone in Lancaster, Montgomery Jackson is recovered doctor and is highly respected by several weeks. Tavern for to bo taken to his every citizen, wno wisnes lor nis W. J. Hudspeth, pastor of the sufficiently Christian Church, has been holding home and is reported gcting along speedy recovery. meetings all this week at Dreyfus nicely. Ky., but will preach Sunday morning Mrs. Mary Burdettc, of Hickory SAVE THE WATER in his church. Plains, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Users of the mountain water are H. C. Vanllook, of Dayton, Ohio, J. H. Kinnard. in its use. is spending a few days at Boone Tav. J. W. Lcdford, a former student of urged to bo careful somewhat diminThe rainfall has crn. Bcrea and an employee of Bcrea Col Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Hayes and lege Press, was in Berea one day last ished of late and the springs have mother, Mrs. Lee Hayes, of Indian week. Mr. Lcdford is editing a daily correspondingly decreased their flow. It is therefore necessary that all apolis, are visiting Mr. J. G. Harrl paper at Middlcsboro, Ky., at pres leaks and wastage, arc stopped at son and family on Center street. ent. E. B. Carwright and Mrs. S. R once and the use of water confined Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker spent to things absolutely necessary. No in Bcrea with Mrs. Ba- Carwright, of Chattanooga, Tenn., are the week-en- d water may bo used for washing autoW. spending a few weeks at Boone Tav ker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. mobiles or other vehicles nor waterern. Johnson. ing lawns or gardens. for the little The funeral services The ladies of the Missionary SociWater is being pumped daily, at ety of the Baptist church greatly en- son of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Johnson large expense, alternately from both were conducted at the Berea Ceme the Hoskins' reservoir and the supjoyed an outing at the country homo of one of their members, Mrs. Wil- tery, Tuesday afternoon, the 21st, by ply in Cow Bell Hollow. liam Bush, on Tuesday afternoon of Dr. Hutchins. The boy, who was five The College is expending largo this week. At the close of the meet- years old and their youngest child, sums of money in extending tho ing an excellent supper was served bore the name of Jack, and was un- system, but no increase of the on the lawn which furnished a rr.ort usually amiable and promising. The water supply will bo available until bereaved parents arc assured of tho satisfactory ending to the occasion. another season. Meanwhile let everyFrank E. Moore, of Richmond, Ky., sympathy and prayers of a large body cooperate In saving the water. is spending several days at Boono circle of friends. Trudentlal Committee Tavern. Earl Stephens, a graduate of Bcrea BEREANS AT INDIANAPOLIS Academy and a graduate of Brown A number of Berea folks have gone University of the class of 1020, was to Indianapolis to attend the National in Berea last week entering a cousin G. A. R. encampment there. Among in the Academy Department, and them are, Prof, and Mrs. LeVant visiting his many Berea friends. Dodge, Mrs. W. F. Hays, Mrs. Bert Coddington, who has been Pruittc Smith, S. Q. Lainhart, Geo. qrite ill at his honv, is reported at W. French, Hirman K. Richardson, Telephone 68 Berea, Ky. being somewhat better. and Ryan Richardson. Rrrr District No. LOCAL PAGE Best Blacksmithing n, had its formal opening, Friday and Saturday last week. Largo numbers wcro brought to the store, both by the attractive bargains and by the fact that Bomo ono was to bo given, on Friday at 4:00 o'clock, a very complete set of nlumnlum ware nnd at the same time on Saturday a beautiful upholstered rocking chair. Miss Vernn Richardson was fortunate in securing the aluminum and Mrs. J. L. Gay beenme the proud possessor of the chair. At about 4:30 a balloon was sent up from in front of the store. It was said to contain a vnluable tag which, If returned to the store, would be honored for $5.00. The balloon started off In the direction of Richmond with quite a number of boys following. Boston Robinson happened to be the one to discover where it had landed, in the neighborhood of Blue Lick. He brought back what looked like an ordinary tag, but It looked like a bill to him. concert, The two Edison tone-tegiven Monday afternoon for the students and again at night for the citizens, both drew large crowds. This was a most enjoyable part of, the Muncy Brothers' opening, nnd was originally planned to be on Saturday. The program thruout was thoroly enjoyed, as was evidenced by the generous applause at the close of each number. The effect produced by Miss Shepherd's voice in unison with her own voice ns reproduced on the Edison was marvelous and often quite puzzling. The opening must surely be pronounced a success from the standpoint of the interest aroused nnd from tho favorable introduction which it has given the new enterprise. This branch of tho Muncy Brothers' business will be under the management of Mr. W. P. Kincald. five-dollst Berea National Bank Report of the condition of the Ucrca National Rank at Herea In the State of Kentucky, at the close of business on September RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, unsecured 8, 19 jo: 1, Ho. 50 Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds par value)...... f 15,000 Owned and Unpledged ai.ioo 46,200.00 Total U. S. Government securities a, 100,00 Stock, of Federal Reserve Hank (50 per cent of subscription)... Value of banking house 500,00 Lawful reserve with Federal Rcsene Hank iii39-Cash in vault and net amounts due from national banks.. . . ., 45.533.46 Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting 6,018.36 bank and other cash items Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer, and due from U. S. Treasurer 1.250, 00 $506,385.17 Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits, les current expenses, int., and taxes paid Circulating notes outstanding Individual deposits subject to check Dividends unpaid Other time deposits $15,000,00 45.000.00 2.626.41 24.600.co 2.79-33 90.00 97. J77.4J 55o6,3cT5.i7 Total 01 the total loans and discounts shown above, the amount of which interest and discount was charged at rates in excess of those permitted by law (Sec. 5197. Rev. Stat.) (cxclushe of notes upon which total charge not to exceed 50 cents was made) was none. The number of such loans was none. State of Kentucky, County of Madison, it: 1, J. bank, do solemnly swear - Gay, Cashiei ol the above-name- d that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. J. L. Gay, Cashier I- Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16th day of September, 193a C. E. Campbell, Notary Public. My commission expires December 27, 1923. Correct Attest: W. 1. Kidd, J. J. Uranaman. J. C. Coylc, Directors What We'll Do For You At UNION CHURCH Dr. Hutchins will speak next Sunday at 11 a. m. upon "Habits." There will be a song service on Thursday Hensley & Cornett's Successors to S. K WELCH Dept. Store. at 7:30 P. m. 1st. Classified Advertisements 2nd. Try our classified advertisements. They bring results. Five cents a line; minimum charge, twenty-fiv- e cents. SEED WnEAT FOR SALE Marvelous seed wheat for sale at $3.00 per bushel. A. H. Kldd, Walnut Meadow Pike. FOR RENT Rooms furnished or unfurnished for roomers or light E. L. Fecse, 49 Center street, Berea, house-keepin- We will sell you anything in nt the lowest price. 1 the Hardware Line 4 3m. 4th. 5th. W. F. KIDD Real Estate We'll give you nice Juicy Steak, Pork Chops or Old Country Ham and Bacon at our Meat x lancet. tux your snoes or make you a new pair wnne you wait. Make you a Single or Double Set of Harness, Saddle, Bridle, Belt, or anything made of leather, while you wait. We'll sell you at the Lowest Price, Hay, Corn, Hog or Cow Feed, Salt, Oats, anything you can mention. DONT FORGET Ky. FOR SALE A velvet Brussels Rug. almost new. Size, 9x12. Price $45. Call at The Citizen office. Mrs. Blanche Carns WANTED A woman as a housekeeper. Washings sent out, Address Box 117, Bcrea, Ky. t.f. Hensley & Cornett Berea Successors to S. E. WELCH Drpartmrnt Store Kentucky Don't Let Winter Slip Up On You UNPREPARED a- - WANTED To trade "Red" Tarn-worpigs and hogs for 200 February nnd' March hatches of Rhode Island Red pullets. Pigs and hogs traded on basis of thirty cents a pound for registered, doubly cholera immuncd g breeding stock. References given nnd required. Quote prices on pullets. Henderson Forest Farm, R. F. D. No. 1, Blanch, N. C. prize-winnin- th Greetings, Friends in sharing the profit with our trade. In order to do this it signifies one way only selling for CASH. We will sell not only good merchandise, but the best, and do our utmost to improve the stardard of this store at all times. We hae many old and new friends we will gladly welcome to see us, and we are pleased to meet and make new friends, and if you will give us a chance we will strive to give you value in merchandise and service. Our motto: THE BEST. A word about our Fountain Service. We expect to give the best Syrups, Cream and Drinks possible and guarantee to please you. is with pleasure we announce toyou that we have purchased the y ot D. G. Bales, on Main Street. Our desire is to give our customers QUALITY GOODS that will SATISFY. We arc as as good business will permit, and believe Confectionery-Grocer- It Jno. F. Dean J. W. Heradea fl I ARD Against the severe winter which will soon be upon us. Now is the time to be thinkn ing of getting rid oi that old stove and letting us put you in one of the many which we have displayed at our store. You are not limited in your choice of stoves when stoves you visit us. We are well supplied with Hot Blast and Wood Stoves, Favorite and Charter Oak Heaters, Majestic Ranges, New Progress Cook Stoves, New Process Oil Stoves, and many others, well-know- DEAN & HERNDON Dealers In Real Estate, Berea, Ky. ou remembcr 'l0W much coal it took to keep that old stove going last winter. Coal is selling for almost twice the price it did one year ago, and you can't afford to go through the same thing this winter. It lias been figured by expert stove men that the actual saving of fuel amounts to Why not take advantage of this big saving? For those who have wood we suggest one of our Hot .Blast wood stoves. You will find they are just the thing to cut the high cost of fuel. SAVINf" We are still selling real estata. Do you want a good Blue Grass farssf We have it 1 Want a small farm near Bcrea? Yes, we have It I Waat a house and lot In Berea T Come on; we can furnish it I Want a vacant lot or unimproved land! Come o to us 1 Main Street R. R. HARRIS b...Ki. List Your Property FOR SALE witk s, Where thoy can put their children In school, husAnd where the grown-upband and wife, Can get the most pleasure out of life. Berea is tho place where you want to be, And Dean & Herndon tho men to see; You will find John Dean (till at , The Bank; Ills grub being short, he's lean and lank. Herndon keeps up his rambling n round; His office is "any old place" In town. But when you And him, he soon can tell Who has tho cheapest farms to sell. Come on to us, we'll help you And A house or farm to suit your mind. one-thir- d. doing business on everything we sell. We are working lor future business, and if we satisfy you one time you'll come back the next time. These stoves that we are offering are manuGet factured by the biggest stove concerns in the country who back us up on every stove we put out. with it a guarantee. a stove that carries CATICpV Our stoves must satisfy, or your money cheerfully refunded. That's our way of We have just revised our list of property, and have added many desirable farms and houses In town. Ia addition to our local business we bare for sale a number of deslrablo farms In the famous Mlama Valley, the "corn belt" of Ohio. So If you want to leave the State, see us before you go, and we will "put you next I Scruggs, Welch & Gay REAL ESTATE AGENTS Berea, Kentacky MUNCY BROTHERS Home Furnishers BEREA, KY. Undertakers The "beautiful spring" has conw and gone; The wheat Is threshed; we've laid by corn; And now the rovers are beginning to roam, To rent a houso or buy a home. They are searching the coaatry far and near For a good location for next year; They want a place near town, as a rule, F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store First Class Repairing AND Respectfully, DEAN & Fine Line of Jewelry HERNDON. MAIN ST. BEREA, KY o September 23, 1020 THE CITIZEN Pas F1t Mountains tower proudest, PUIJLIC SCHOOL NOTES Thunder peals loudest, E. F. Dlzner. Prln. A family Ncwrtpaper for all thai I right Tho landscapo Is tho grandest, Tho enrolment for this year hns And politics tho damnedest, rue, ana inleretling now passed the 300 mark. In Kentucky. Wo hope soon to say something rubllihul Ertry Ttinnfor, at tSntt, Kj, James II. Mulligan definite about graded Instruction In BEREA PUBLISHING CO. This Is n changed version of tho music this year. (Incorporated) song written by Dean DInsmoro. Mrs. Noble's history class alroa WM. FROST, Edltor.ln-dl.- f has plans for a part In Columbus Day J. O. LEHMAN, M.iln( Editor THE IIKAUTIFUL HILLS OP program. SUBSCRIPTION RATES nEREA PAYAI1I.F. IN ADVANCE The president of tho Parent-Tenc- h Ont 11,11 (Tune: "Aloha Oc".FarcweII to Thee") ers' Association requests thnt parents Pit Months II of the Association Threo Monthi . , ,10 Oh the gates arc open to the wildwood School Auditorium,meet at the Public Friday evening Where the dew Is clinging to tho next, 8nd mnntr bf rnat-oflof Etprm at 3:00 p. m., to arrange for the Monr Ortlfr, Drift. Ilrglttcrrd UtWr. or vine, t wn. anil iwo cvni IHfnpt, nomination of officers for the yenr. Th dt after our nam on labl ihowa And the mocking bird is sweetly sing- Wc trust that parents nnd friends to whit datt jour luhierlptton It paid. If ing It la not chanrrd within thru w.a after of the school will cooperate with the rrnrwai, notur ua, As ho chants to tho mystery divine. Health Crusade movement to be Mlailnc numbrra will b iladlr anppllrd If we ara notified. launched soon. Liberal termt (Wen to an? who obtain Chorus: new aulacrlptlnna for ui. Anrona lendlnc Friends of the school are requested Oh como with me, va four yearl iubtrrlptlont can retelra to report cases of truancy to the Oh como with me, Ina nmrn Iree for one year. Advtrtiilnr ratra on application. Come while the Goldon West Is principal or teachers. I "TofeTan AilvMll.Ing Kepteientatlve Tho Public School baseball team is In the gloaming; THr.AMIlltlC AN PHLS3 ASSOCIATION delighted with baseball cnulnment. in Let songs arise eluding catchers glove and bat do Beneath tho skies nntcd by .Mr. E. F. Coylo. In tho gentle eventide. POE.M8 YOU MAY HAVE MISSED Miss Chllds received a warm wel How our henrts rejoice In sweet com- come when she visited us a few morn J In Kentucky Stem- hi Unburn, Ireland, after cutenty liulldliig were destroyed. munion ings ago. It seemed good to have Charles Kvans, Jr., of Chicago, winner the anil KiikIihh riotn In which championship, being of the mitlonnl amnteur golf The moonlight falls tho softest given the trophy As wo linger by tho murmuring her lead chapel again. by President Walker of the U. S. (1. A. at Hoslyn, L, I. 3 The famous marble works of Carrara, Italy, which In Kentucky; rlll., were greatly damaged by the recent enrthqunke. Another shock came to us Monday Tho summer days come oftest And our hands arc clasped In fond morning when the sad news reached In Kentucky; nffoction us that little Jack Johnson had died better than tobacco. Friendship Is tho strongest, Don't let buyers As wc dream of tho beauty of tho of diphtheria. We have been nssured out of tho State get these fine icrsevs. Love's light glows tho longest, hills. that none of the school children have Tho only reason Swinebroad is Yet wrong Is nlwnys wrongest sell D. H. Smith W. W. Romingcr There's no place where memory grows been exposed. In Kentucky. ' ing Is on account of other business The following is the Honor Roll for so tender, interests which prevent his giving There's no home whero I may ever the first month of school: pejsonal attention to his Jerseys. A Tho sun shines ever brightest Primary dwell lot of mules and other stock will be In Kentucky; That can ever have tho Joy and glad John CIcmner. Delbcrt Cade. Kcmn sold in the forenoon, nnd tho Jersevs Tho breezes whisper lightest McCollum, Lucian Cade, Hildrcd Mun- ness sold just after lunch. In Kentucky; As this little home I lovo within cy, Willie Simpson, Maynard Lakes, Tlnln girls nre tho fewest, Funeral Directors Donald Romingcr, Harry Fothergill, BEREA REDS TAKE PREMIUM the dell. Their little hearts nro truest, Lewis Murry, Edna Hlggs, Mary Leo Mr. Spcncc was notified last week John F. Smith Maidens' eyes tho bluest Hncket, Jauncy Smith, Hazel Smith, that Berea Rhode Island Reds had In Kentucky. We are now open for business with a Ruth Simpson, Mnrie McKinney, won $30 nt the Kentucky State Fair of Work. full line of burial supplies. Auto and at Louisville The winners took com- - Louise Scrivner, Josephine Lakes. Thrnucli the Mnoclntlon of Tho blucgrass waves tho bluest Second Grade Horse Drawn Hearses. Embalming. third in county displays in which mereo the city of Milwaukee In planIn Kentucky; ning to cpntriillzt all of the city's ac- John Bales, John Morris, Gladstone eight counties were entered. Besides Calls Answered Day or Night. Yet blucbloods are tho fewest tivities a ng t tie foreign horn. The Wnlthan, Thomas Powell, Pauline this, a number of the individual memIn Kentucky; plan call for a penernl committee, Dcrthick, Rhoda Hulett, Susie Wal bers of the Association have taken In The Concrete Block between J. M. Moonshine Is tho clearest, e are drawn from ton, Orn Wyatt. wliohe prizes. Coyle CB. Co. and H. C. Pennington, on By no means Is tho dearest, urn! patriotic the various civic, Third Orado Chestnut Street. And yet It acts the queerest bodies mid for an executive committee Gladys Bauffle, Clark Lewis. THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS of live members to he appointed from In Kentucky. Fourth Grade Ono) (Continued from Pago the Keiiernl committee. The of a member from each of thest? William Powell, George Rix, Gladys are carefully specified in the Tho songbirds arc the sweetest bodies will obviate nil duplication of Simpson, Ina King, Earle Bales, Ron Berea, Kentucky Phone 130 In Kentucky. work ami wilt mean a large Increase dall Scrivner, Ealine Bell, Bertha The Leaguo has just completed Tho thoroughbreds arc fleetest In the ground covered In the couilntf Isaacs, Convey Anderson, Alva Pul tho plan for such a court; it is ready In Kentucky; year. Hns. to be referred to the League and the Fifth Grade members which compose it for adopGcnevn Moore, Mamie McKinney tion. Although the United States ice was of inestimable value and as defined in tho Covenant of the Mnrie Lamb, Paul Stout, Thurman has not, as yet, become a member, largely determined tho plan. League, so far as we have followed Todd, Arthur King. By what kind of reasoning can any its language and plan, the Leaguo did us the honor of in' Seventh Grade (Other features of tho organization viting an American, Mr. Root, to sit man now reject the machinery for Mary Gaines, William Hayes. on the Commission which drew up the securing "international cooperation" will be discussed in an article to fol- plan, and it is reported that his serv- - and "international peace and security" low). A. C. VAIL & C. C. FRAZEE KENTUCKY'S NEW MOTOR LAW REALTORS Every driver of an automobile and Franklin, Ohio Phone No. 244 every garage in Kentucky should cut out the following provisions of the new motor law nnd pasto them up List of Sales This Last Week where they will be seen and remcm bcred. No. 1. Sold the Harry Fry farm (nec Hastings fnrm) to The new bill mnkes it illegal to E. M. Yocum, of Frcnchburg, Ky. have a cut out so connected as to No. 2. Sold tho two houses and lots of Emily L. Sellers, on permit of its operation from the East Cth St., to II. G. Fitipatrick. driver's scat. It provides that every No. 3. Sold the Sophia Thomas modern cottage pn South car must be equipped with a good Front St., to Albert Lewis. nnd sufficient muffler nnd makes the No. 4. Sold the Albert Lewis property on North Front St., use of tho cutout on n public high to W. L. Babcr. way unlawful. No. 5. Sold the Wm. Collins cottago on South Front St., to The new law has strincent nro Leonard Smith, of Middletown. visions as to the use of glaring No. C. Sold the H. G. Fitzpatrick property (Chas. Clevcn-gc- r headlights. It forbids hendlieht property) to P. A. Arbaugh. throwing rays higher than forty-tw- o No. 7. Sold tho Cal Itowan property and extra lot to Ch.u. Inches from the surface of the road Mcfford, of Middletown. seventy-fiv- e feet ahead and, more than No. 8. Sold the W. L. Baber property, on Tibbals St., to this, it prvoides n punishment for Vail & Frazee. dealers to sell automobiles with No. 0. Sold tho Martha J. Miltcnbcrger farm, 7C acres, to headlights not in accordance with tho Tilllc Mote. The Citizen a Tr lr - Smith C&s Rominger reprei-eiitatlv- tux-la- ' Own Your Home! J Buy it Now! I Wednesday, Oct. 6 10:00 o'clock Sibdivided 180 Acres of Best Garrard County Land THE FARM OF J. C. MORGAN FARM LIST Some of our choice farms for salo In WARREN AND MONTGOMHRY COUNTIES : No. 1. 141 acres, extra good upland, level nnd productive; a g brick house, spring, good stock farm, with bank barn, new tobacco shed for 10 or 12 acres of tobacco, good orchard and all kinds of fruit; a real home, on good pike nnd one mile from corporation line. framo house; description same as No. 2. 11C acres; miles from town. No. 1; 1 framo house; description same as No. 3. 624 acres; No. 1; 24 miles from town. novcr-fnllin- law. The law provides for new signal on the part Of nutomobilo drivers AT AUCTION These farms aro especially adapted for and grow tho lest of alfalfa, and all nvailablo to n good electric light line. brick house; good barn and outNo. 4. 103 acres; buildings; level ground; n good producing fnrm; no wnsto land, nnd closo to good market; price S1GG per acre. No. C. 45 or CO acres; level land; tobacco shed for 10 acres tobacco, and orchnrd; ?U0 per acre; well located. No. 0. 10 acres; brick houso and barn. No. 7. 9 acres; bank barn, good Crooni house; plenty of fruit, etc. A fine 300 acre farm; black soil, 3 sets of buildings, on good ronds In reach of the best markets in Ohio. Prico $175.00 per acre. R2.9 ncres; n real home, close in, with two good framo houses, modern, wnter, furnace, electric lights, etc.; bank barn, and other out buildings, all good; garage, etc; well fenced; running water, springs, 2 wells; 20 acres permanent pasture; new silo and wind pump; milk route, etc. Price right if sold at once. houses; 82 acres, on good pike, 1 mile from town; two barns, 14 bents of good tobacco shed, nnd other out buildings, well fenced; n real homo nnd good levol upland; best producing soil. We have a number of 20, 30, 40 nnd 50 aero farms. as follows: Arm straight out turning in the direction pointed. Arm pointed upward turning in opposite direction. Arm pointed downward stopping or suddenly checking sneed. It is required that signals shall bo given whenever a driver starts from tho curb, changes his course, or makes a stop which could reasonably bo said to affect traffic. Where there nro no traffic offi cers stationed, tho drivers shall yield tho right of way at Intersections to vehicles nppronching from tho right. This is of Importanco in that it supercedes tho old provision that ve hicles going East and West should have tho right of way. Passenger cars may not cxcceil fifteen miles per hour in tho business portion of tho city, twenty miles per hour in tho residence portion, nnd thirty miles per hour in tho country. DONT FORGET About Swincbroad's Jersey salo on Saturday, September 25th, in Garrard county, nt Lancaster, Ky. 10 head of registered Jerseys. Jerseys nr tho ono "hobby" of G. B. Swinebroad, nnd for twenty yenrs ho has taken a prldo in keeping tho best. His present herd is the result of years of cartful selection nnd breeding, nnd this is an opportunity seldom offered to procuro heavy milkers, rich in butter fat and of a truo type. He is selling his entire herd, bo hero is a chanco to get foundation stock. Tho herd consists of 14 cows, 18 heifers nnd 8 bulls. Dairy cows pay On the Gooch pike, one mile of Point Leavell and railroad station, In good neighborhood, fine farming section of Garrard 5 miles of Lancaster. County, and close to splendid schools and churches. An ideal country home, with all modern convenIMPROVEMENTS: frame dwelling, hall, bath room, front and back porches; iences. Genco electric lights in dwelling and also at stock barn; water works supplied by water from large cistern at barn; also big cistera right at dwelling. Dwelling is located about the center of the farm, has a beautiful lawn to the pike with fine old shade trees, such as take a lifetime to grow. Ideally located and with attractive surroundings. Large stock barn, 44x72 with 20 foot eaves, has sheds and box stalls, and will house 5 acres of tobacco; one six acre tobacco barn 40x72x16; one 12 acre tobacco barn, 20x40x144; new garage and all Splendid tenant house. Fine orchard with necessary outbuildings. plenty of fruit. Fertile productive land, which has been well taken care of and is now all in grass except 30 acres, 8 acres in tobacco and 22 acres in corn; balance in blue grass; clover and timothy. Everlasting water. Land rolling, but not Absolutely no waste land. steep and can all be cultivated with machinery. THIS IS A MONEY MAKER. Wouldn't you like to own a part or all of this farm? We are going to give you the opportunity to buy 50 acres with the main improvements, all in grass, ar 50 acres all in grass fronting on pike, or 80 acres with the largest tobacco barn and tenant house (on this tract is the corn and tobacco barn and tobacco this year.) You can buy just the number of acres you want, as we always sell to suit the purchasers. This Is only a partial list. A. C. VAIL & C. C. FRAZEE Frinklin, Warrea Couaty, Obio A. C. VAIL, Auctioneer Experienced and Reliable OOK THIS FARM OVER. You will like it. ' Remember it is up and selling to the High Dollar. Easy terms. Possession January 1, 1921. For further particulars sec J. C. Morgan at the farm, W. E. Moss or R. H. Dever at my Danville office, W. A. Dicker on or George Swinebroad at my Lancaster office, or SWINEBROAD eal .ili 1 Pace Six TUB CITIZEN prlzo being (30. There wcro seven and soften tho brain. could not rldo but hnd to get off nnd other standardization exhibits at tho Plenty of thoughts arc like hogs push or block tho wheels whenever they root through the mind nnd tear tho horses stopped to get their Fair. Theso women nlso won tho follow- up everything nnd spoil tho fruits breath. ing Individual prizes: nnd flowers of tho soul. Laws nro Soon we enmo to Four Mllo Creek, Hen First prize, (10, Mrs. James the fences which keep theso hog where we gave tho horses water nnd Gentry, Speedwell. thoughts out of tho mind. Having built n cooked our dinner. Fourth prize, Mrs. J. L. Greene, Be- It costs n lot of money to mnko fire, wc picked up n bucket nnd mndo rca, It. R. fences. Good yellow locust posts will ten, ns these folks nro great tea Pullet First prize, (10, Mrs. Luther stand tho longest nnd good wiro with drinkers. As I was sitting on the Todd, Coyle. sharp barbs will make tho hog, horso bridge, which was mndo by placing Fifth prize, Mrs. R. C. Coomcr, and bull keep out of crops, but it smnll poles over logs, something kept Speedwell. costs money to keep up tho fence. buzzing nround my head, and the Old Pen Second prize, (2, Mrs. Keeping up good fence makes lots of moro I tried to chnsc them nwny, tho James Gentry, Speedwell. hard work. Every year tho fence more fnmlllnr they became, so I Young Pen Second prizo, (2, Mrs. must be looked nftcr. moved rather quickly nnd nftenvards Keeping up fences is like keeping found n hornet's nest under tho Luther Todd, Coyle; fourth prize, up the laws of tho land. Expcnslvo bridge. One of the men called Guy Mrs. James Gentry, Speedwell. Cock Fourth and fifth prize, Mrs. courts nre established to look after snid their hornets wcro not so largo R. C. Coomer. the law. The judge and tho sheriff, and fierco ns our Kentucky hornets Cockerel Fourth and fifth prize, tho constables nnd the deputies, nre, nnd you know that I was glad. policemen nnd deputy policemen, rcv This same fellow said that ho did not Mrs. J. L. Greene. cnue officers nnd detectives nre at like civilization, so came hare. His work night nnd dny to repair breaks brother was n prominent school FENCES Fences are good. They keep hogs in the Inw. teacher in Cleveland, Ohio, scvernl Were it not so, evil men would years ago. Guy is some character. and cattle from crops, they line shoot up Sabbath schools and Ho traps all winter nnd, ns a rule, roads and protect dooryards. Who would think of tenring down churches, rob banks, crush women nnd does nothing during the summertime. children, soak n country with "moon fences? "Cursed be he that After riding until dark, wo came tho bounds," snith the Bible. shine," burn schoolhouses, nnd V to a log cabin covered with If anybody moves n corner post or stroy the people who want n God logs nnd moss, nnd camped for tho stake or cuts down a line tree, it is fearing country. night. Here wc spent tho most un II. M. Pcnnlmnn serious business before the law. The comfortable night of our trip. Tho first move in buying land is to cstab mosquitoes wcro so thick that wc had lish the line. Anyone who moves that to start a smudge, burn weeds and Explosion Kills Three. line nnd takes land that docs not be Iuidon. Three persons have ticcn smoke them out and then shut tho long to him will bring on n fight In killed unit six InJunM as n result of mi door nnd window. Imagine, if you a minute. The mountains have a lot explosion In tlic Ionfolo Powder Coin can, sleeping in n small room full of of graves because men would not re panj'H factory, at Muntuii, suj a smoke nnd mosquitoes and men, upon Itome 1l"piitrli. Tin- - explosion, which n bunk, like you rend about or sec gard tho fences. Who that has any sense would damaged several house. Ik believed In Wild West pictures, nnd you know shake his fist at the fence ns ho m lime been rniicil del bcrntely. of tho wonderful night's rest thnt we rides nlong? Who that has any sense hnd. would be troubled because he must go INTO THE FAR NORTHWEST Next day we reached Mr. Bcatte's through the gate that keeps tho hog ranch, where the wagon road ended. (Continued from page 2) out of his garden nnd flower bed? Mr. Beattc is tho mnn who does nil Who would get angry at the little bar bcr of Indians, and for the first time the portage work nnd has cut n road I saw an Indian Squaw carrying n through tho forests over that keeps the baby In? hill and Fences Are Good baby upon her back. creek to his fine land on Peaco river. Wo expected to leave Hudson's Right by his farm runs ono of tho What fences are on farm and pike, laws arc in the land. Laws protect Hope the next morning, but wcro un- finest streams of cold water that I and help. Fences on fnrm and pike able to do so, because the men could have ever seen. Wc wished for such nre like laws for mind and soul. not find their horses; nt night the a stream at Berea. He also has first Laws and rules in school mark the horses nro turned out to graze, one clnss log buildings, the best garden best way to travel in thinking, IW- -, having n cow bell on his neck, nnd In tho country, n wife nnd two little ing, nnd acting. j there being no fences, tho horses girls. Mrs. Bcntto was ono of the God has given ten laws in the Ten had strayed away. The man told us four women wo saw during the Commandments they fence up tho they had more time there than any- month, of August. world of thought and one who travels thing clso and to make up our minds Dr. nnd I slept in tho "cash." in thought by the Ten Commandments to be content, as a few days' delay Here the folks have to build log will find the Commandments like made but little difference. houses, place them four feet high fences they show the best road andi Wo did get started a day late, rid- above ground upon poles, nround j ing upon a protect tho traveler. bale of rope in a jolt wag- which they nail tin or iron to preThinking will bring on feeling nnd on. Dr. Cowley started on horseback, vent rats getting Into their grain the Ten Commandments arc ten' but shortly got upon tho spring seat nnd eatables, and this is their "cash." fences to mark the way the feelings j beside tho driver. We went over a For my bed I had four sacks of should run. Feelings that run with' new road cut through the timber wheat, one of oats, upon which I the Ten Commandments will be sound, and a few furrows plowed on tho placed soma canvas and blankets. feelings that do not run with the Ten high sido to make the road more We could see through the roof, floors Commandments will rot the heart level. The hills were so steep that we nnd walls; hnd plenty of fresh air. one-roo- September 23, 1020 IMPROVED MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spencc, Form Demonstrator and Special imtrORM INTESRATIOHAl Investigator 3. From good-sizestalks. HOW TO SKMXT SI2HO CORN I. Medium height stalks. (Continued from Inst week) 6. Ears of proper height from tho Cnrlnc for the Seed ground (from to G feet). seed The subsequent enre of the C. Shanks of medium length, cars cars is even more important thnn the pendant (hanging over). its ccrmlnnt-In- e selection. To preserve 7. Ears of good length. power the corn should bo done 8. Ears well rounded over tips and before freezing weather comes; dry butts. then no deprreo of cold will injure, it. 9. Ears large around. The problem is to store the seed ears 10. Ears with small cob and largo so that they will be safe from injury kernels. from mice and rnts and yet be in a d SUNDAYSCIHE (Itjr IlKV. l(C 1' II FITZWATKIt, D. D., Trnrlirr of KtiglUli llllilo In tli Moody IIIMe Institute of L'lilrairo.) Lesson Niilr lit. Vtrn Union I LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 26 REVIEW: SAUL, DAVID AND SOLOMON COMPARED. looketh on the OOI.DHN TUXT-M- nn lookout mint appenrnnre, but t lie t Hum 14 7 eth on the heart I'ltl.MAItr TOPIC Stories About David. Klaus nn.l llovr Jl'NIoll TOPIC-Thr- ee position to dry out rapidly. On the nvernce farm there is rarely to be and about the only way to protect stored seed from those pests is to hnnc it up in the top of cribs, sheds, etc. Fortunately this method of storing seed corn cannot be improved upon, ns far as supplying pood conditions for dryinp is concerned. The ears can be strung on binder twine, or hangers can bo made of wire fence. If desired, n pood typo of banner can bo bought at n reasonable price. Of course there are various ways of storinpr seed that will provide ideal drying conditions, such as shelves drying-rack- s and posts studded with nails, upon which the cars are stuck. The main problem is to have plenty of space between the cars. A room or crib can be made mouse-proby lining with wiro cloth, and when such a room is available various handy devices can be used for storing seed that cannot be used under ordinary farm conditions. The commercial seed-cor- n grower will need a special seed house, and mouse-proo- f and, if possible, capable of being heated. Usually such houses ore provided with Hers of shelves on which the eara niu iHiu In Kentucky tho use of artificial heat is not necessary, except, perhaps, in seed houses where large amounts of seed arc stored. Even in seed houses a high temperature Is not desirable. It usually takes obout two months to ten weeks for corn to become dry even under the most ideal conditions. When thoroughly dry the cars can of course be put into barrels, boxes or any convenient place. Always hang or store corn as soon as brought in. The cars are often damaged by lying around for some time. In case of corn, which contains much moisture when gathered, the cars should never be left in sacks or piles, even over night, as corn will heat and spoil very quickly. Do not be caught without plenty of good seed corn next spring. Gather enough for planting and replanting for two years. Also enough for a neighbor who. may forget to gather" seed. Rules for Selecting Seed Corn 1. From hills with two stalks (checked). 2. From stalks bearing two or mora cars, or one good ear. of rat-pro- of field-select- found house, n seed Ears with wedge-shape- d kernels. Ears with grains in straight rows. Ears with grains plump and firm , on the cob. It Ears with grains rather smooth dented. 15 Ears with grains not mixed (same color). The first seven rules apply to selecting from cornfield. Go through corn and mark in some way the stalks you are going to select from and leave them stnnding without top-- 1 ping or blading. Let corn mature naturally on standing stalks if this enn be done; if not, select ns sug-- i gested under "How to Select Corn." The last eight rules will npply to selecting nftcr gathering. Shuck the corn and put up in an open, dry place, or hang with wire or string where rats can't get to It. ROBERT F. SPF.N'CE County Agent 11. 12. 13. frnt.i:rTioN ron ftKADiNn tviiim n. Ird TJier the -- HuImI. IN'TKItMKDIATK -- Three Klnita YOI'NO I'KOPM: ANM) AUUI.T TOPIC ot Raul, David PftiiltK niitl Ktcellenrl nnd Solomon Iiril AND HBNIOIl TOPIC nnd Their Attlluile Toward JUNIOR AGRICULTURAL CLUB ROYS AT STATE FAIR Willard JJakcr, president representative of Scaffold Cane club, Madison county, and Everett Reynolds, president and representative of Hummel club, Rockcastle county. These boys won this trip by their good work nnd leadership in Junior Agricultural club. They returned Sautrdny full of enthusiasm and plans for 1921 club work. Everett brought honors to Rockcastle county. He entered a junior judging contest of corn and hogs with 40 others and came out with second places (15 trophy cup. County Agent Spcnce is rejoicing over victories won. Since he has been county agent, 1914 to 1920, ho has had a State Champion in his territory every year, making a total of C victories won by boys in club work. Watch The Citizen for further detailed description by the boys themselves. R. I. RED POULTRY ASSOCIATION Winners at State Fair Mrs. Luther Todd and Mrs. James , Gentry won blue ribbons on their, Rhode Island Red chickens at State Fair. Other Madison county women won premiums. Tho following women: Mrs. Luther Todd, Mrs. James ' Gentry, Mrs. J. L. Greene and Mrs. R. C. Coomcr, members of the Bcrca R. I. Red Association, made up a1 standardization exhibit of thirty-twbirds and sent to tho State Fair. On this exhibit they won 3rd place, the' HEREA o' Stop, Look, Read We will subdivide the farm belonging: to T. L. and T. M. Hignite, located 4 miles south of Kingston on east side of Kicnmond and JBig Hill pike, in Madison County, Kentucky, ,ana Known as the John Lakes farm, consisting of H You can save money in two ways: by accumulat ing it in the bank and by avoiding wasteful expendi ture. We help you the first way it's our business. But to learn the second way, if you are a farmer, you need J Saving a Dollar 342 Acres of Land Sale will begin promptly at 10:00 o'clock a. m. oa the premises Wednesday, October f IMPROVEMENTS: Consist of one splendid dwelling, two barns, garage, crib and necessary out buildings. r f i nis mrm is wen lenced, nas plenty of- water and a large irontage on tne pike. 7-room GENTLEMAN Or are you throwing manure onto a pile where 32fe COUNTRY For instance, are you a farmer buying food in cans from the store? "Grow your own food," says The Country Gentleman, "and save money." And it tells how. the rain washes out the fertility while you buy commercial fertilizers? "Build a concrete manure pit," tay Tub Country OBNTLEMAN,"and put your fertilizer money in the bank." We like thit great weekly's advice oa a hundred different phases of farming because it putt more money into our deposit-oaccounts into your account. And we believe slogan n' TTM mm that The Country Gentleman's "Invest one dollar and save a hundred or two" is good advice for you to follow. Let us care for your order today. AT THE SAME TIME WE WILL SELL 75 Acres of Corn. 3 Cows, Four Years Old. 8 Acres Tobacco, housed. 3 Jersey Cows. 1 Red Cow. 40 Tons Choice Timothy Hay in Stack. 60 Bales of Clover and Timothy Hay. 1 Pair Horse Mules, 16 Hands High. 100 Bales of Oats. 1 Farm Horse. 1 Ford Touriag Car, '18 Model. 1 Saddle Horse, Extra Good. FARMING IMPLEMENTS ALL NEW: Consisting of Mower, Hay Rake, Disc Harrow, Corn Drill, Avery Cultivator, Double Shovel Plows, Wagon and Plow Harness, Hay Baler. Oliver Turning Plows, Single Shovel Plow, Cream Separator, Frazier Cart, New Buggy and Road Wagon. ANY ONE DESIRING TO LOOK OVER FARM WILL PLEASE CALL ON MR. HIGNITE OR SCRUGGS, WELCH & GAY, BEREA, KY. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE It wns tl leon committee-- ' thought tlint the three king of the milted kingdom should l compared, going Imrk lint Hint would iiliout luil f wny Into tho preceding qunrter. nnd since tin? time for review l co short, It would hardly lie win.) for ntiy hut Hie ndult classes to go hnck of tho present quarter's lesson. If In the ndiill clnscs this should bo lone, the review should bo rnphl nnd confined to: 1. The rhnrnrter of the king. 2. The chief event of his reign. .1. Ill success or failure, ns the case tuny lie. nnd the reuiton therefor. I. Lessons tnught UN, The better method for most tench- er nnd rlnsses will lie to let the lessons center In the two outstanding personalities of David nnd .Solomon, hoth n n mentnl discipline nnd as n spiritual mcsnge. A good wny Is to get the pupil to grasp the main facts of enrti lesson nnd then state Its lead ing lesson. Lesson for July 4. David' mil for Cod and fnlth In (lad mnde him cour ageous to meet Goliath. Mia good sense rnued him to dlscnrd Saul' nnuor nnd use his own gift. Me went forth In the name of the I.ord of host that nil the world might know that there wn n God In Israel. Lesson for July 11, The friendship hetween Jonathan nnd Piivld wns hnsed on genuine love. Itecnuse of this love Jonathan wnlred his penumal right to Dnvld, us a token of which he gnve Dnvld his court rohe and equipment. Truly "Iaivo scekcth not her own." Lesson for July 18. David's regard for S'nul wn due to the fact that God' anointing oil hnd hevu plnced tiion him. The one upon whom Rod hns placed hi Spirit should he reverenced, not liecnnso of what he I himself, hut hecntise of God' gift upon him. Lesson for July 25. David's behavior through the period of civil war between the houses of Snul nnd David won the confidence of nil the tribes so thnt they came to Hebron nnd made htm their king. Lesson for August 1. The great lev son needed to lie learned by nil men I God' holiness. Ills name nnd Institutions should he reverenced. Ignnr-mic- e or thoughtlessness will not save n mnn from the penalty of violating God's laws, Lesson for August 8. Justice nnd Judgment were executed unto nil the people when Dnvld wn established king. This Is typical ot tho time when Christ, Dnvld' Son, shall reign In rlghti-ousnover nil the earth. Lesson for August 15. David's sorrows wcro occasioned by his sins. "Whnt.soover n man noweth thnt shall he nlso renp." Lesson for August 22. Despite the nwfulness of our sins, true penitence und confesslim will bring pardon. Lesson for August 29. Itecnuse Solomon put wisdom to do God's will first, God giive him honor nnd riches In nhundnnce. "lllm thnt honoreth me, I will honor." Lesson for September 5. A house I mnde sncrcd only ns God's presence MinctlficH It. It wns not Solomon's words or Ills prnyer thnt dedicated the temple; It was the mnnlfcMiition of n divine presence. Lesson for September 12. God's gifts to Solomon mnde him to bo greut before the warld. His fame gave him an unique opportunity to witness of God to tho nations of the world. Lesson for September 19. Those who heed the ndvlcu of a father will cyrnpe nil tho Morrow nnd miseries of e a, drunkard. The Hardest Labor, Censing from labor, ns Inbor, Is not the point of Sunday observances; It Is censing from the Inbor of the world, to Inbor for God, to do hi work, which I the highest labor nnd the hardest labor; giving God a tltlio of the work, the first fruit of our time, ns a mnrk of respect nnd allegiance which we owe to hfln. V. O. IS. New-bo- lt It's Only One Dollar a Year! BEREA NATIONAL BANK BEREA, KENTUCKY ipital ami Surplus $70,000 See J. L. Gay, Phoae 135 Scruggs, Welch & Gay REAL ESTATE AGENTS Col. Jesse Cobb, Auctioneer True Gentleness. True gentleness Is founded on a sense of what we owe to him who made us, and to the common nnture which we nil shuio. It arises from reflections on our own fallings and wants, and from Just views of tho condition nnd duty of men. It Is native finding hlglrtcned nnd Improved by principle. Illulr. Politeness benevoleucv Politeness. hns been well dunned as In small things. Barea, Kentucky September 2.1, 1020 THE CITIZEN dernnicd as hnnkdiitrn. moMly n Togo Seven NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS Terrible Explosion in Financial District of New York Laid to Anarchists. MAY BE PART OF HUGE PLOT result nf n nervous The victims of the explosion were clerks nnd tneetigi.ni. No prominent llnnneler wns killed. though mnny of them hnd narrow escapes, nnd .IiiiiIiis Spencer Mnrgnn, son of J. I'. Morjtnri, wns cut by Hying gins. If It Is still true thnt "as coos Maine, so Roes the nntton.'- the Itepiibllcnns will score n tremendous victory In November. They mvept the I'lnc Tree state, elertlnc I'nrkhurst for governor, nnd all the rest of Ihelr ticket by n majority of about ffifm. Every county In the stnto went Itepulillenii. lenders of the party, of course, greeted this result with shouts of Joy. Nearly Mf,0 women went to the polls, nnd some 00.000 of them voted the ltepnblleiin ticket. This Is regarded ns especially significant, for It hns been contended thnt thu women nf the country uould supimrt the I.cnguo of Nations. The cnmpalgn In Mnlne wns conducted Inrgely nn nntlonnl Isnies, the league Issue being foremost, and both parties sent natlonnl figures Into the state hs cnmpalgn orators, the Democratic forces being led by Franklin I). Itoosevelt, cnndldnte for vice president, nnd Socrotnry of the Navy Daniels. Calvin CoolldgeJ Itepuhllcnn candidate for vice president, Senntnr Iodg nnd other henvy pins were there for the Itepuhllcnn ticket, nnd devoted much of their energies to attacking the WIlMon ilrnft of the league. Oovcnior Cox. Sir. Itoosevelt, Chalr-ma- n White nnd other leading Democrats nil refuse to consider Mnlne n Secrerellnble political barometer. tary Tumulty, nfter conferring with President Wilson, snld only thnt the Maine result "cannot be considered as Indicative, of the general result In November." The Impartial observer will nccord the greatest Importance to the attitude of f'.ie Mnlne women, though It inny be true that the women of the central nnd western states do not feel the snine wny about the league as President Wilson wants It. Of the primaries of the week, the nioit Interesting nnd Important were those of New York nnd Illinois. In the former the "regnlnrs" of both par-lie- s won. The Itepubllcnns renominated Senntor Wailsworth, nnd the Democrats named I.leut. Oov..Ilnrry in winner ns ms opponent. The Illiy nois prlmnrles wen' Interesting, because of the fierce "civil wnr" within the Ilepubllcnn pnrty there. The fnctlon led by Mayor Thompson of Chicago wns bitterly attacked by the metropolitan press, (but It swept Chicago and Cook county. ' In the rest of the state the forces plied up such Inrge majorities thnt nt this writing the result Is In doubt. The "power of the press" Is very poorly exemplified by Hie Chicago iiewspaiier. for they nearly always losu In fights of this kind. espe-clnll- Sale of Berea Property At Public Auction Friday, October 8, 1920 At 10:00 o'clock Republicans Say Maine Remit Pre. ages Their Victory In November-Altit- ude of Women Voter Slgnlfl. cant Cox Approves Root'e Plan for World Court. W. PICKARD. New York' flnnnclnl center wn Mmttered mid tlie entire country Miocked on Thursdny by n terrible explosion Hint took Die live of nlinnt HO persons nnrt Injured some .TOO others. Tlint It wn (lie result of n plot by nnnrchlsts In the firm belief of federal nml locnl nttlclnls, nml there Is reosnn to fenr Hint It wn but the Mnrt of n cnmpnlgn nf terrorism ncnlnst the flnnnclcrs of America. The explosion enme exnetly nt the noon hour, illrectly In front of the new nssoy building nt Itronil nml Wnll otreetn ndjolnlng the mibtrennury. nml ncro the street from the benntlful e J I'. Morgan Inttlilln c. A tnick vim standing there nml the authorities believe It contnlm'tl n glgnn-ti- c bomb Hint win exploded by n time clock. The ilenths nml Injuries nml llic dnmnge done to buildings were mostly cniied by short, henvy slug mnde fiom broken cnot Iron window we'ghts, unlike nny In thu Wnll street district. This fnct, together with tnnny other developments, furnished n bnsls for the theory of the official. After the dlsnster It wns lenrned thnt n Wnll street employee nnd the French high commission had both received wnrnlng Hint there would be nn explosion In the district on September IS. Tlie letters both came from B. Fischer, formerly nn employee of the French commission, nnd were mulled from Toronto. Fischer Is snld to be one-hors- By EDWARD Investigating congresIonnl The committee dropped the Inquiry Into Cox's charges concerning Hie Itepubll-racampaign fund, the Itepuhllcnn members holding thnt they had not been proved nnd the Democratic members having little to sny. Mr. Cox. however, Is unwilling to let the mntter rest, and In a recent speech he doubled the amount he said his opponents were collecting, stating thnt the fund wns to be 25.(KK,you or $.'10,000,000. Expert polltleal opinion Is thnt the governor hns done his cause more harm than good by bin "expose" of cnmpalgn contributions. Iloth presidential candidates nre perforce devoting a great deal of to the of Nations. Senator Harding. In n message to n 'women's club, snld: "We are desirous of preventing wnr. Let us not break the heart of the world by nny more delusions. Let us unite America behind a new proponl to the other nations for the prevention of wnr nnd for nmlcnbte relationship In world Let us. In doing this, preserve our own national conscience nt home, n'nd not check It nt Genevn." Out West, when1 he has been delivering "peppy" speeches, Governor Cox promised thnt If he were elected the league would be ratified, money would no longer be spent on battleships nnd the government funds would be used for such purposes ns reclaiming arid lands. Mr. Cox also gave his full approval to the plan for a world court as put forth by Kllhu Hoot nnd the rest of the ndvlsory commission of Jurists. This court, said Mr. Cox, cannot In nny wny be regarded ns n substitute for the league, being rather n pnrt of the covennnt which Is quite e On the above date and at the hour named we will sell No. 1 dwelling located on north side of Dixie Highway at the end of Estill street and known as the 7-ro- om The Van Winkle Homestead This property is being sold to settle the estate for the heirs. This lot is 100x325, with splendid garden, is well located and a desirable home. No. 2 The house belonging to John Lakes, located on north side of Chestnut street near Welch's Department Stores. Also a block of land in the same location, belonging to Mr. Lakes, which will be cut into desirable lots. No. 3 House and lot on Depot street belonging to R. J. Abney, and known as the Yates property. This property is located on a large lot near the east end of Depot street, near Berea College property and within three minutes walk of College Chapel which makes it desirable. The property listed above will be sold in the order that it is listed above. Van-Wink- le 8-ro- om true. Terms made known on eaoh piece of property on date of sale. PUBLIC AUCTION ON Scruggs, Welch & Gay REAL ESTATE AGENTS Friday, October 1st At 10:00 O'clock A. M. Sharp We Will Sell For Col. Jesse Cobb, Auctioneer Mr. Hoot sailed for home with the ent. too, In northern Italy. Kndlcals, Intention of tnklug part In the natlonnl most of them foreigners, are trying to campaign nnd to urge America to get control of the communist moveto the Internntlonnl court plan, ment that sprang up there nnd to foil which he Is said to regard ns the high the efforts of the labor confederation point of his career. The proposition to bring about a compromise between was tnken up for discussion by the the workers nnd the employers. In leapio council when It met In Paris on some Instances they drove contented Thursday. It was expected that Italy employees from factories nnd seized nnd Japan, nnd perhaps America, the plnnts. Though the movement would make ohjcctlon to the article was sprendlng considerably, there In the constitution of the court which wns no reason to change the predicprovides for compulsory adjudication. tion thnt It would ultlmntely fall, but In making public the text of the proj-ec- t the probability thnt the employers the council, In n letter to all league would ofTer to the men equal control members, said: and profit sharing Increased. Premier "The council would regard nn Ir- Olollttl finally took a hand In the dls reconcilable difference of opinion on pute. Inviting representatives of the the merits of the wcheme us an Inter- employers and workers In the metal national misfortune of the gravest plants to meet him In Turin. Genoa kind. It would mean that the league beenme a storm center when the comwns publicly compelled to ndmlt Its munists there, led by some Russians Incapacity to carry out one of the most nnd Hungarians, seized merchant shipImportant of the tnsks which It was ping nnd mounted cannon, announcInvited to perforin. The failure would ing they would light If naval vessels be great nnd probably Irreparable; for, were sent. In answer to this the government sent n squadron of battleIf agreement proves Impossible undo: Tho foreign ships and destroyers. circumstances apparently so favorable, It Is hard to see how and when tho lenders who were arrested were nil In of nmounts possession of large task of securing It will be successfully money. resumed." Seizure of the land begnn In Italy Itusslnu bolshevlsts, not giving up when communist peasants took postheir attempt to conquer Poland, con- session of several large farms. As centrated n large force for nn attack some of these belong to high church In the direction of Lemberg; but the oltlclals It was expected tho Vatican would protest to the government nnd 1'oles report thnt they have administered n crushing defeat to these demand protection of the property. troops, nnd that their own operations along the upper reaches of the Hug Tho congressional Junket party Is river have been very successful. Hos- on Its wny homo from the Orient, nnd tilities between tho Poles nnd the when It nrrlves mnybe some of the Lithuanian seemed to have quieted members will In' able to give the govdown, hut tho lntter were gathered ernment vnlunhlo mlvlee on the JapPossibly they will anese problem. along tho border In great force, according to recent dispatches, nnd ft not be able to do so. Tho problem Is becoming ncute. both hero and In bnttlu was fought In tho Suwalkl secJnpan. Ambassador Shldehnrn has tor. been authorized to conduct negotiaIlnron Wrnngel carried out u complete change of front In southern Bus-si- tions direct with Secretary Colby for n new treaty or some understanding Abandoning his plan of concentration on the Kuban and formation thnt will safeguard Japanese property of a liaison with tho revolting Cos- holding nnd moro clearly restrict Tokyo doubtsacks, he collected all his forces In Jnpnnese Immigration. Tnurldn and started out to capture less prefers to havo tho trouble setKherson nnd Nlkolnlev with the In- tled by tho present administration, tention of forming n union with the hoping for better terms than might bo Ukrainians further west und of push- ngrcti! to by tho Itepubllcnns If they win In November. Senator Harding ing northward toward Alexundrovsk and Kharkov. Already ho has won hns declared himself In favor of tho several victories over the soviet troops. exclusion of the Japanese on the WilIn the Hnku region lu the Caucasus the pound of racial difference. The anttholshcvlst revolt Is reported to be son administration still Insists on the spreading nnd the Itcds, who already restriction of Immigration from Japan, nnd also still objects to Japan's bad abandoned llaku. nro continuing occupation of the llusslnn half of their retreat. Saghnlln Island. Notwithstanding theso reverses In Tho Veterans of Foreign Wars, n country tho Husand about their homo In consion Reds are unremitting In their ef- large and Influential society, In Washington, has adopted a forts to "bolshevlze" the rest of tho vention ndvocutlng tho exclusion ot world. Tokyo hears that they hnvo resolution amendperfected plans for this propugunda Japanese nnd it constitutional citizenment withholding American nnd are soon to send emissaries to ship Japanese from American-borAmerica, Japan, Chlua and other counand other "uniisslmllablo races." tries In Asia. ail-hen Berea, Kentucky has been seriously III for some months, hns decided that he ought to retire, since he cannot nttend to the public business. So lie has plnced his resignation In the bunds of Premier and on September 25 tho national nssembly will convene to select his successor. United States Treasury Notes. The words "Thesnur: Amer: Sen-te: Slgll," on every treasury noto Issued by the government are abbreviated words for "Seal of the Treasury Tho Revolutionof North America." ary government of the United States was continued under tho Constitution nt Mrs. W. H. West, Her Farm SPEEDWELL, KENTUCKY d, Containing 103 Acres Located on the Speedwell pike, 10 miles from Richmond. and offered in pike frontage, will be sub-divide- This beautiful farm with long d FOUR TRACTS as follows; ImproveTRACT No. 1 Contains 50 acres more or less, and fronts the Speedwell pike. dwelling house, 2 halls, 2 porches, servant house, well at ments are as follows door, garage, cellar under house and one in yard, good out door buildings, beautiful yard and good garden, combination stock and tobacco barn, corn crib shedded on one side, well at barn, and everlasting stock water, good orchard, 3 acres of timber, 30 acres under cultivation, balance in grass. TRACT No. 2 Contains 3 acres, fronts the Speedwell pike, with store building 24x60 feet and large store room on one side, poultry house. This is a good country store stand. Mr. Jackson is now doing business in this store, has it leased but will sell stock of goods to purchaser if so desired, if not, will retain lease on the building. Beautiful building site on this tract. Also another building used for doctor's office, 14x16 feet. TRACT No. 3 Contains 25 acres, more or less, and fronts the Combs pike with two tenant houses and small out buildings, good spring, nice building site on the pike. This land has not been cultivated for 15 years, all in grass at present. TRACT No. 4 Contains 25 acres, more or less, fronts Combs pike, plenty of locust posts and this tract has not been cultivated for 25 years, all in grass. without any change In some departBy nn act of the Continental ments. congress of September 20, 1778, tho treasury was organized with on auditor, comptroller nnd treasurer, and tho same officers still run the treasury under tho secretary and his assistants, and nil paper money and bonds hnvo tho seal, not of tho United States of America, but of tho treasury of North America. It was tho United States of North America which mado treaties with France, and Spain In 1778. Siamese Had First Movies, Apparatus of ancient Slameso civilization recently found stored at tho Natlonnl museum In New York, proves that the cinematic nrt was practiced hundreds of years ago In Slam and wns carried on as follows : Tho proper number of figures, designed from leather by hand were mounted on rods and projected on tho screen by tho hand of tho operator. Tho screen was n white cloth hung between the audience and the light. The shadows were manipulated by the operator's pushing tliu mannlklns along In n trough. As action advanced through climax and the operator recited In n singsong voice flvo-redramas of the love, and wrongs of Uio kings and queens represented. nntt-cllma- - 1 ' ONE OF THE BEST This beautiful farm is located in the village of Speedwell, just 30 minutes frem Richmond in your car. The land lays between Speedwell and Combs pikes, has long pike frontage on both sides. The Junior High School, Two Churches, Daily Mail, Telephone Service all at your door and in one of the best communities as well as ono of the best farming districts in Madison county. Buy this farm and you will have "A reserved seat in the Theatre of Life." Anyone desiringito look over this property call at our office or Mr. V. C. West who lives on the property.! Terms easy and made known on day of sale. At the same timtand place we will sell for Mrs. West her personal Stock, Farm Machinery and Household Goods. Exaggeration of the Instinct of fear und npprehenslon not only makes peo-pl- o The thou111, but is Illness Itself. sand nnd one needless worries over tho future nre simply provldenco for tho morrow gone mnd. . Crying over troubles will not mend them, but to bear them with dignity and courage will do much to turn them Make tho best and Into blessings. not the worst of things. property consisting of . Freeman Realty Company Col. Jesse Cobb, Auctioneer Let us give play, recreation, and the other popular arts their proper place beside the lino arts, and avoid the common error which degrades play to medical Instrument .. Richmond, Kentucky L. W. Dunbar, Sales Manager Tho hand of the bolshevik Is nppar- - Indent Deschanel of France, who To reconcile health with perpetual work, however Ingeniously Tarled, demands, not a human constitution, not even that of a Hercules, but one of oak or Iron. IH rapo Bight THE CITIZEN rend Tho Citizen; It's the best paper Misses Ursla Roberts, Suslo Wilson, to read. Mnttie Rowland and Mary Brandenburg, Messrs, Clayton Malnous and Wlnton Rowland left hero this mornDisputants ing to enter the E. K. S. N. school Disputanta, Sept. 20. A community fair will be held at the Davis at Richmond. Mrs. Cynthln Pondor Branch schoolhouse, September 30; is very poorly nt present. Several everybody is invited to attend. Mrs. from here attended the association Wolf Creek, Friday, Saturday nnd T. C. Holt nnd family spent Sunday on Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Malnwith Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Thomas. P. W. Shearer visited his son, Sam ous nnd son took dinner with J. W. Shearer, Sunday night. O. M. Payne Roberts, Sunday. Is having quito n bit of carpentry work done on his dwelling house. ESTILL COUNTY Miss Evn Shearer and mother mndo Locust Branch n business trip to Berea, Monday and Locust Branch, Sept. 20, Tho peo Wednesday. Mfv and Mrs. Chas. pic of this place nro busy cutting toDrew aro visiting relatives of Mt.j bacco, nnd is proving to bo very Vernon this week. W. H. Thomas good. Mr. and Mrs. Mclvino Kindred nnd wife visited relatives on Cruise guests of Mr. and ore' were tho evening Ridge, Sunday. The farmers Mrs. John Campbell. Jeff French busy cutting nnd housing tobacco In, gnvo the young folks a pnrty, Saturthis vicinity. .Miss Vcrdie nnd Eva day night. Several were present, and Shearer entertained quite a number peaches were served. All reported n of young folks Sunday afternoon. fine time. Willie Chrismnn wns the Miss Hazel and Marie Himcs of this guest of Jeff French, Saturday. Sevplace attended the funeral nnd burial eral from this place nttended the of their cousin nt Johnctta, Monday. Baptist meeting at Park's schoolhouse James Shearer returned to Rich-- , Sunday. There wns n Inrge crowd mon. Friday, after n short visit with present. Emcy Bicknell made n visit homo folks. to Irvine, Saturday evening, nnd returned Sunday. Reed Bicknell went OWSLEY COUNTY to Richmond, Saturday, on business. Major There will be a big rcvivnl to beMajor, Sept. 20. There was church gin September 25th, nt old Beaver nt Union, Friday and Saturday, with Pond. Everybody Invited to come. the Revs. Ed and Ike Gabbard, John- We hope there will be n large attendance. Rev. VanWlnkle, of Berea, will son nnd Murray, as preachers. conduct the meeting. Locust Branch school will close the first of October. Several from this place were nt Irvine Court Day. Claud Oliver attended meeting nt Park schoolhouse, Sundny, nnd was also tho dinner guest of Clark Johnson. Miss Annn John- Lson, of Knob Lick, went to Irvine Inst week to tako examination. Witt ov. Witt, Sept. Cox preached at Wiscmantown, Sundny. He will be tho pnstor for the next year, Miss Fay Poland and brother, Irae, returned home, Wednesday, after nn extended visit with their nunt nnd uncle, Mr. nnd Mrs. B. R. Gum. Tho plo supper nt Hnwes Fork school was largely attended and proved quite n success financially; about $.10 was taken In. It will be used for the orphans home at Louisville. Mrs. Jennings Hamilton of Irvine is visiting home folks this week. Mrs. John Wlliougby vlsltid her sister, Mra Simp Elliot, of West Irvine, from Hiday till Sunday. 20-R- September 2.1, 1020 East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Na compo!H!i puMUfml It not for publication, but M n unli lnfd rldnc In foil hr lha wrllr. Tha namt of good faith. Writ plainly. Hounshcll visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Green, Sunday. Mrs. Rolllo Guinn underwent an oppcrntlon for appen (ileitis at tho Berea College Hospital Inst week, nnd Is getting nlong nicely. Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard, of Harlan county, nro visiting their daughter, Mrs. A. B. Wynn. Mrs. C. C. Houn- MADISON COUNTY Walnut Meadow Walnut Meadow, Sept. 19. There seems to be an epidemic of colds in Mr. and Mrs. W. this neighborhood. C. Fish, of Richmond, aro making an extended visit with their son, E. T. Fish. W. C. Fish is about ninety years old and still looks halo and hearty. Miss Luln Fortune, who is teaching in the northern part of Mad ison county, was with home folks, Wo are so sorry to hear of Sunday. tendent; Vernon Fowler, secretary; Clara Hudson, treasurer. Teachers: Miss Ethel Tcrrill, intermediate boys; Mia tmnnff Iflflfott Mfaa uiiiu.LVMp ywH.n ..lists rtin.tnnn Bertha Fowler, primary, and Mrs.' Cams, adults. There will be a pioi supper at the new Big Hill school-housSaturday evening, September Everybody 25th, at seven o'clock. come and bring your friends. e, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY 1 the serious illness of Grover Botklns. Mr. Tructt died at his home near Wallnccton, Saturday night, September 18th. People aro housing tobac co and working on the pike. Some few seem to be fox hunting. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Anderson and little daughter of Richmond were Sunday visitors at the home of Chas. Anderson. Wallacclon Married, Sept. 19. September 15, at Berea, Miss Anna Wallace to Mr. Maurice Calico. Wc wish the young couple a long and happy life. Mr. Truitt was buried at the Wallace Chapel Cemetery Sunday. His family has the sympathy of the neighborhood. Miss Grace Gentry is nursing Mrs. Parks Foley and baby, of Paint Lick, this week. Mrs. W. F. Henry, of Duluth, who has been in the Robinson Hospital for treatment is at her father's, R. W. Elkin, at present. Miss Clara Bowl In is nursing Mrs. Tom Logsdon and baby. Mr. and Mrs. Pal Ballard, Jr., have moved to the Brashearcr farm. We hate to give up such good neighbors. School was delayed for a week on account of illness in the home of the teacher. Mrs. A. J. Kidd, who was called to the bedside of her father at Ida May, has returned. Several from here attended the pie supper at the Estridge school last Saturday night. Tobacco cutting, canning and drying fruits are the leading occupations around hero. M. and Mrs. Joe Goodrich, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Watson and children were visiting at Gentry's Sunday evening. Wnllaccton, Silver Creek Silver Creek, Sept. 20. Mrs. Mary JJrookshire is visiting in Berea. Matt Whittimore had the misfortune to got kicked by a horse and broke one bone of his leg. John Whittimore has moved to Professor Rain's farm. Several of the boys and girls have entered school at Berea College. Clarence Anderson has gone to Whites Station to work in tobacco. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Vaughn visited Mrs. G. E. Anderson, Sunday evening. A. B. Strong, teacher of Rural School at Scaffold Cane, is planning to have a Home Fair, October 20. Success to all The Citizen readers. Kingston Kingston, Sept. 19. The patrons of tho high school district have organ ized a community club, meets every two weeks, large crowds attend and arc doing good work. Rev. Enlow, who is holding a revival meeting at the Baptist church here, preached a very interesting sermon at the school-hous- e here, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Todd were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Hamilton, Sunday. Miss Hope Hibbard're-turncSaturday, from Manchester, where she had been visiting relatives. Her grandmother Hibbard accompanied her home. Geo. Hamilton has sold his farm to a Mr. Brumback, of Jackson county, for $4,500. Green Durham and family left Sunday for a visit with relatives in Franklin, O. Dove Smith and family were Kingston visitors, Sunday afternoon. Miss Mary Cantrell Maupin and John L. Brown, of Berea, were married one day last week. Luther Hamilton is in Owsley county this week, buying cattle. Everett Hibbard, who has typhoid, is improving. d, Rockford Rockford, Sept. 19. Tobacco cutting is on hand and the weather H fine for the business and all tobacco raisers arc making good use of the time. John Chastccn has moved to Hamilton, where he expects to work is for awhile, but his father-in-laready to meet him coming back, ns his stays are short. W. C. Viars is in the sawmill business, also he is a number one lasses maker and expects to begin making soon. J. C. Guinn, who has been crippled for several weeks, is still improving, and wo hope will soon be out again. Lee Bullcn nnd family started for Indiana this week, whero he expects to make his future home. William Rich, of Rockford, has gone to Miniej V. Stephens! to work for nwhlle.-- J. mndo a business trip to Richmond this week. Grover Thomas and family arc visiting the home of Mrs. Wm. Rich today. Little Helen Gatllff has hnd blood poison for the past few weeks, but is some better now. Born to the wife of Hugh Linville, a fine boy. They call him Marion; guess the name is for M. M. Robinson. J. S. Waddle is sawing shingles for, J W. Todd. Samuel Croucher has' moved to Hamilton for work. Mrs. J. W. Gatliff fell from a wagon and hurt her arm but not seriously. Rev. T. P. Bryant, of Cartersvillc, will be at ScafTold Cane at our next regular meeting on Sunday. Remember the day and everybody come. Davis Northern has sold his farm near this place and is planning on going to Ohio. Wo hate to see good fellows leave Rockcastle, but they soon return as there is no place like home. Three things we can do: Read The Citizen, belong to the Baptist church and vote the Republican ticket. w shcll visited Mr. and Mrs. Foley at Hockley, Inst Thursday. Miss Anna Wnllaco nnd Morris Calico JftTm married last Wednesday. Mr. tiftllco was n former student of Berea College. Mr. Calico is an of the World War. They havo the best wishes of their many friends. Miss Nellie Viars and Rolllo Guinn wore married about two weeks ago. They will mako their homo at Dayton, 0 Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roberts and children, Arthur Matlock nnd Patrick Creech motored to High Bridge last Sundny week, James Bowling and fnmily have moved on tho farm he purchased of Jcsso Parks. Miss Fordo Clark nttended the teachers' Institute nt Danville, week beforo last. Mrs. Addio Davis visited Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Boian, Sunday. Seven Italians Killed. UiihIiiii. Seven perwiiis liuvc been killed unit SO liijurnl In Trieste In Uie n result of the punt three iliijs .Socliillat revolt, ii)h a Olapatrh to Ui i:clnitiue Tch'sniph from Home. of ieriiiii!, mostly Slav, Imva lieon urrealed there. Martini law continue to he In forvo. Iluu-ilrei- GARRARD COUNTY White Lick White Lick, Sept. 20 Mr. and Mrs. John B. Creech returned, last Thursday, from a week's visit with relatives nt Olingcr, nnd Pennington Gap, Vn. Misses Sophronia nnd Suslo Hounshcll, Mr. nnd Mrs. Martin Green, Mrs. Fnnnlc Green, and Pete U Look at the roads for twenty miles Threelinks Sunday-schoThreclinks, Sept. 17. at this place is progressing nicely. J. W. H. Jones was in Mt. Vernon Saturday on business. Ben Gabbard and family, of Bell Point, is visiting his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Gabbard, of Goochland. Mr. Gabbard is interested in tho oil fields at Bell Point, Miss Susie Phillips and her sister, Forence, of Berea, have made an extended visit to Dayton, Ohio. Jas. Garrett, of Goochland, has gone to Madison county to look himself out a location. J. F. Dooley is planning on beginning his new dwelling house soon. Thero was a pie Bupper at the Cruse Ridge schoolhouse last week, which was a success, the proceeds to go to help pay a county nurse. Clay Dooley, who is teacher at that place, is showing a lot of interest in his work. Tobacco cutting is about all the go in this part at present. Luck to The Citizen and its many readers. ol around on a Sunday any THERE isn't The "country" automobile has brought the most They make no distinction between the small car owner and the owner of the biggest car in the country. It's all the same to them. So long as a man owns an automobile large or small he's entitled to the very best tire they can give him. Quality has always been the outstanding feature of U. S. Tires. There's no limit on the U. S. guarantee. All U. S. Tires are guaranteed for the life of the tire. IV remote settlement almost as close to the center of thing3 as the next county wag in the old days. To hear some tire dealers talk you might think that nobody knew anything about tires except the fellow from Broadway. Salct your tire to the road they have to travel: In sandy or hilly country, wherever the going is apt to be heavy The U. S. Nobby. For ordinary country roods The U. S. Chala or Usco. For front wheels The U.S. Plain. Goochland Goochland, Sept. 19. We are having some very fine weather at present, and it is fine weather for taking care That's not the basis wc go on. of fodder. Crops of nil kinds ore good in this vicinity. Ben H. Gabbard and family spent the first two or three days of last week with his father at Goochland. A. P. Gabbard is planning tc work in Rockcastle this week, writing insurance. The Goochland store is planning on having a full lino bf everything in wearing apparel in a short time. Pete Gabbard arrived home a few days ago from his brother Logan, where ho has been working in tobacco. Herbert Dooley Big Hill arrived home on last evening from Big Hill, Sept. 20. Tho first Sun. Madison county, whero he has been meeting at Big Hill was working in tobacco and reports plenty held here Sunday afternoon, Septem- of work and good pay, and is planber 19th, at Pilot Knob schoolhouse ning on going back tomorrow, Sid at 2:30 o'clock. There was a good Azbill past through here yesterday en attendance and the school was organ- route to Thad Drew's after a wagon ized, electing nack Wilson superin load of apples. Everybody ought to day-scho- ol everywhere Royal Cords. For beat results J. 9. We give every man credit for knowing what he is ' spending his money on, whether he drives up here in his small car from ten miles out in the country or is passing through from the capital in his limousine. lit That's one thing we like about U. S. Tires. Wc have given a lot of thought to this tire proposition. There is some advantage in bein, the representatives of the oldest and largest rubber concern in the world. owktoao aoalti xaaia tries, aiaa Drop in the next time you're down this way and let us tell you some interesting facts about tires. Potts' GOLD DUST Flour is i made of best wheat and by most improved methods United States Tires BEREA, KENTUCKY BEST BY TEST Phone 156-- 3 BOONE TAVERN GARAGE Whites Station, Ky. 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