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Five Cents Per Copy Devoted, to tlxe Interests of tlie 3oniiteLixi People BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, The Citizen Moroccan Fete of Mulai Adriss Threefold Aim: To Give the News of Berea and Vicinity; To Record the Happening of Berea College; To be of latere to all the Mountain People. Our SEPTEMBER 30 1920 One Dollar and Fifty CenU per Year No. 14 What Will They Do For the Farmer? The Country Gentleman asks Senator Harding and Governor Cox tho following questions, all of which are of Interest to the THE ARTIFICIAL WAR WorWNews farmers of our country: Will you commit yourself and your party to tho perpetuation of tho Federal Farm Loan Banks and the further expansion of their facilities to meet the needs of financing farm business? We want to know this now. Will you commit yourself and your party to the unequivocal support of the farmer in his cooperative cfTorts to obtain cost of production plus a decent living for his products? Will you commit yourself nnd your pnrty adequately to assist tho farmer in estimating cost of production, taking into consideration every necessary factor involved nnd not depending upon vague nnd misleading averages? Will you commit yourself nnd your party to a program calling for the effective nnd disinterested control over nil great Interstate commercial organizations engaged for profit in the manufacturing, transportation nnd distribution of food products and farm supplies? Will you commit yourself and your party to n program compelling the railroads to supply ndequatc rolling stock and terminal facilities to transport promptly nnd properly nil farm products to mnrkct? Will you pledge yourself and your party to undertake tho construction of n national system of highways so planned as to facilitate in tho highest degree the movement of food products from tho farms to the centers of distribution nnd consumption? Will you commit yourself nnd your party to a program for tho simplification and improvement of marketing methods so as to minimize so far as is possible speculation In food products between farmer and consumer? Will you commit yourself nnd your pnrty to a program calling for n full exposition of all that happens in the dnrk between farmer and consumer, so that the consumer may thoroughly appreciate how small is tho farmer's margin of gain on the products he sells? Will you commit yourself and your party to a program that will demand for the farmer his Just share in the apportionment of transportation facilities for tho movement of his crops after hnrvest? Will you commit yourself nnd your party to a program that will give agriculturo an equal voice with all other industries in tho determination of transportation rates? Will you commit yourself and your party to the appointment of a new country life commission that will study and report upon the gravo social problems now involved In maintaining a new and modem standard of agriculture that will provide adequate homegrown food for the American people? Will you commit yourself and your party to the support of a vitalized United States Department of Agriculturo presided over by a secretary, who through training and experience will have a sympathetic understanding of every phase of the industry of . The minimi In honor of Mulul ii prophet, was recently held with u much pomp uniJ rmemony as eharaeterlzed the holiday cciilnrlci. ago. The Arabs puss through the strip's dum-lunnd sliiRlne and 111 lltwwi lllnu,.vi Intlirt'li" '"lit iluvotlxll ir .lr '' Kentucky News U. S. News fanning? f ,4 PLAY FOR THE CAMPUS AND THE FORESTS Kind of Play and Recreation What Do We Need Here at Berea? Tho answer to this question should be of special interest at this time while the plans for the yenr are be Ing made. After having spent some years in studying the play nnd rec reatlon of this region, I venture to suggest the following: 1. The kind that will bring every boy and girl, mnn nnd womnn out of his room onto the campus for actual participation in the game itself. Every boy ought to come with coat off, and every girl ought to come In running suit, nil rendy to have n hand In the play, to move nliout, to sweat, to exercise the muscles, to laugh, to enjoy It nil. 2. The kind thnt will develop Initiative In all our students. We do not need cut nnd dried athletic programs. We need piny; outdoor fun that will nppcnl to the physlcnl weakling, who needs it most, ns well as to the physically strong. Wo need the kind thnt students can plan for themselves under direction tho kind thnt brings out tho lenders who will become the directors of nil the rest. 3, We need the kind thnt can bo carried back to tho open country where over 80 percent of our students como from, tho piny of tho front yard, tho parlor, the school ground, the forest, tho croun nlnv where songs' Mid running ,and cleverness abound the kind thnt tho folks nt homo can and will play. 4. Wo need tho kind thnt will take our students out nmong tho trees of tho campus, out nmong the forests pngennts both historical and fanciful. This region nbounds with historical incidents well ndnpted to play of this kind. Bcren ought to produce theso pageants. Tho adventures of Daniel Boone, John Sevier, Kit Carson, Samuel Doak, tho early salt makers, tho housebulldcrs, tho pioneer nrtisnns, Indian Warfare nnd tho IndlnYt Chnso, Negro plantation life, all offer excellent opportunities for tho rarest kind of outdoor play. What n wondorful setting for a great historical pageant of pioneer days Is offered by Robe's Mountain, the Indian Fort and tho Pinnacle. All these stand waiting for us n great stago with tho scenery nlrcady arranged. fi We need literary plays. Tho campus is an ideal stage for Shakespeare. No student can ever understand Shakespeare and enjoy him heartily without playing his plays. How Infinitely better would It be, how much more joy nnd exercise nnd fun and life the students would have if, instead of sitting still in class-room- should studying rhctoricals they learn rhetoricnls by playing nmong the trees, the things they merely read or read about in the s 1 The Kentucky conference of the Marion, O., Sept, 23. Declaring Methodist Episcopal Church closed the Irish problem is "not a question its session Monday of this week. for official America," Senator Warren G. Harding said in a statement today The seventieth annual convention of that in his opinion tho movement for tho Kentucky State Medical Associa- Irish independence would be under tion will open a four-da- y meeting her the League of Nations, a subject en Monday with an anticipated attend- tirely "internal or domestic." ance of between 700xand 800 delegates The house of delegates of the assocSyracuse, N. Y., Sept. 23. Price reiation will convene in the Phoenix ductions ranging from 17 to 21 Hotel Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. percent in all models of Franklin Ky., Sept. 23. The automobiles, effective nt once, were Russcllvillc, Rev. J. L. Reed, aged minister of announced today by H. H. Franklin, Sonora, told delegates to the seventy-fift- h president of the company manufacannual meeting of the Louisville turing these cars. From a minimum of $3,050 and n maximum of $4,350, y Conference, which opened a session hero yesterday, that he had prices are cut to $2,400 to $3,600 un years and der the new schedule. been a minister forty-seve- n Wages will not be reduced, the anhad never been given a salary to exnouncement said. ceed $350 a year. 1-six-da- An exceedingly Important meeting of the League of Nations is about to open In Brussels, Belgium, in a OPPOSED D TREASURY H COMfew days. At this time a survey MODITIES ARE TO BE WITHwill be made of the financial condiHELD, SAYS HOUSTON. tion of all nations nnd nn attempt made to see whnt ore the causes of disturbance. A constructive plan of Loans of Banks Increase More Than cooperation for removing obstacto3 Billion Dollars After Discount to a wholesome financial relationriais Advance. ship between nations will be worked Wrntern Newjpaper Union Newt Service. out. Washington. The Government can Reports indicate a turbulent connot be a party to any undertaking for artificially maintaining "war dition of things In Russia. Numerprices" by enabling owners to with- ous fires are raging nround Moscow hold their commodities from the mar- - and Pctrograd and whole villages are kets, Secretary David K. Houston said being wiped out. Large numbers of In a formnl statement on the commer- - pooplo aro being burned to death and clal credit situation. On the other many thousands rendered homeless. hnnd, the Secretary declared In favor Just whnt tho cause for this may of the orderly marketing of all com- be has not been made clear. modities, nnd estimated thnt tho commercial loans of nil banks during the Japan is much agitated over repast year Increased by about $3,000,- - lations with the United States. The 000,000 to meet the demands of In immediate cause is the intention of California to attempt a reversal of dustry and agriculture. "I am In favor of every legitimate present legislation and to pass effort to promote tho orderly market strict laws against alien peoples. An Ing of all commodities," said Secre- effort is being made to take. the mattary Houston, "but the Government ter out of the regular diplomatic ran not bo n party to an undertaking control and vest it in a Commission to hold commodities off tho market appointed by the Parliament of Jato enable thu owners artificially, for pan. It has even been suggested speculative purposes, to maintain war that a case be brought against the prices or higher than war prices. As Constitutionality- - of such a law in a matter of fact, the banks of the Am riean courts. country during the last 12 months have been extending large credits to President Wilson has refused to meet the demands from Industry and open negotiations to alter a number agriculture. nnd of treaties with foreign nations August, 1019, the "Since Investments of about 800 reporting which aro not in harmony with a member banks Increased over two ami recent act of Congress which gives one-habillions of dollars. As these to American vessels entering the reporting banks represent about 40 per ports of the United States better cent of the resources of nil the banks, terms than vessels of other countries. It Is estimated tlmt the total Increase In loans nnd Investments since August, In this refusal he gives occasion for 1110. has been more than $5,500,000, criticism, but his. act is In harmony 000. liven from January 23, 1020, when with our best traditions and a broad the increase In discount rates went In- commercial policy. lo-.ilf PRICES MAINTAINING class-roo- Three members of the Western Kentucky Coal Operators' Association and three of tho United Mine Workers of America in District 23 will meet at The Seclbach Saturday in an tnd. effort to bring nn end to n strike of Is there material available for play 5,000 miners in the Western Kentucof this sort? ky field. Our students know a vnst number of games nlrcady. They have played Harlan, Ky.. Sept. 22. Investlga-- 1 them nil Jhelr lives; when they re- tlon by Harlan county jury of tho turn homo they will piny them again. murder of Miss Laura Parsons, Wo ought to mako use of that great school teacher, has been distreasure of exercise and fun which continued. wo hnvo so long neglected. There is Examination of witnesses and supno need putting up hero something posed clues, it was announced, failed altogether different from whnt they to establish identity of tho slayer of hnvo had. They enjoy theso old tho girl, whose mutilated body was games at home, nnd they would en- found on a lonely mountain trail about joy them hero, If they had a chance. two weeks ago. Jessio Bnncroft describes about BOO plays and games in her book. Accident at Richmond Lighting Plant contains a largo numEarly in tho week tho engine of ber of games that havo Been used tho Richmond power-hous- e becamo very successfully with Jtoth youth unmanageable nnd tore the plant up nnd adults by Miss Gclstcr. so bndly that Richmond was without Stern and Curtis nnd Scudder nnd power nnd light for a couplo pf days. Dan Beard and tho Beard Sisters nnd A portion of tho fly wheel was thrown Leo and "Newell nnd n dozen other about one half mile, entering tho writers' describo hundreds of plays, houso of Wallace Hunter nnd killing games, stunts, festivals, other forms his daughter, Fanny, d of recreation that are Ideal for our who wns asleep in bed. In the same campus and students. bed was Vcrlin Tuttlo, who lived for Tho history of Kentucky, Tcnnes-scsomo years on Jackson street, Berea. tho Carolines, tho Virginias Somo of her hair was cut off by tho and other neighboring states contain missile, but sho was unharmed. incidents that supply abundant material for tho rarest kind of pagean- students out on the campus at play. r courses In history, If wo onco get play try. So the stumythology, and music. dents are resourceful enough to keep Tho songs of tho mountains and it up without our worrying. of tho entire Southland furnish maAnd we need a lot of simple outterial for vesper hour sings through- door apparatus which students can out tho year. make and would mako and erect If There is no end of material. they had a chance. What wo need to do is to forget When shall we stop planning nnd about football and athletics rules get out on the campus to play? long enough to get all of our 1500 John F. Smith eleven-year-olo, do-tu- of our time, our first thought, our g ought to bo devoted program-makinto piny for the masses, the play that can be emphasized in the open country, the play thnt requires no expensive clothing or equipment of nnv Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 24. Unless We need the kind that young tho Interstate Commerce Commission men nnd young women play together. modified, so that coal can When they are at homo they play orders nro be supplied by Kentucky mines for together. When they visit a neighbor, they play together. When they Kentucky household use, Governor go to a they play to- Morrow, nfter a conference with Atty. gether, and they ought to play to- Gen. Charles I. Dawson, today wired tho Commission that he proposes "to gether hero on the campus. every legal means a con7. And we need a little of the old resist with tinuance of this intolerable condilino athletics. But the major part C. bean-stringin- tion." to effect, to August 27, 1920, Uie loans 800 reporting member banks, exclusive of loans secured by Govern ment obligations nnd other stocks and bilnds. Increased about one nnd a quarter billions of dollars. This would re-tlect a total Increase of commercial loans In all banks, It Is estimated, of perhaps three billions of dollars. Since demands began the the hills, discounted, nnd purchased by the Federal Reserve banks Increased nt the rate of alwut $T0,000,000 a week notes at Hartford, Conn., Sept. 21. The nnd. the Federal Reserve $40,1)00,000the a rate of $110,000,000 to General Assembly of Connecticut this week. The Increase In the volume of afternoon ratified tho nineteenth, Federal Reserve notes from January amendment in accord with a message 23, 1920, to August, 1020, was $300,' of Governor Holcomb to the second 000,000." special session in a week. The vote in tho Senate was 25 to 0. The vote Mats Meetings Prevented By Troops. Birmingham, Ala. State military in the House was almost unanimous. forces, under command of Brigadier General U. K. Stelner, prevented the Washington, Sept. 22. The total conducting of numerous mass meet campaign fund collected to date by lnics scheduled throughout the coal the National Democratic Committee mining district of the state by striking is $128,821.20. The Democrats will miners. Attempts were made to conbe more than satisfied if between now duct the meetings as scheduled, butoilland election day they are able to in- troops on the scene advised union clals that they would not be allowed. crease the amount to $1,000,000. The crowds dispersed without disor der. At the smaller meetings from New York, Sept. 23. High prices 10 to 12 soldiers appeared, while at have passed the peak and aro start- others detachments of as many ns 7!) ing downward in tho opinion of most men with machine guns wero on hand. each place the officer in command New York bankers nnd Eastern busi- At approached tho union leaders nnd Inness men generally and the consumer formed them the meetings would not is expected to benefit nt least tem- bo permitted. of about crop-movin- g Sweden and Finland have not been able to settle the dispute over the Aland Islands. By location, they are connected more closely with Finland. The greater part of the population however, is Swetlish. The two countries have agreed to leave the matter to the Council of the League of Nations. The Swedish premier expressed great confidence in the League and its ability to make a settlement that would be .acceptable. If the Council finds a way to make any reasonable adjustment, It will probably bo accepted as better than irritating uncertainty. Although the recovery of France Is by no means as rapid as that of Belgium, yet great progress is being made. Tho wheat crop of the year is large enough to supply bread for tho population until the next harvest. Slany of the destroyed towns nre being rebuilt and new forests aro beginning to take the place of those destroyed. Americans aro helping in the restoration In many ways. Coal Is being mined nnd more is being received from Germany than formerly. England is npparentlycntcrlng up- Electric Car Crashes Into Auto. St, Clair, Mich. Mrs. George of Marysvllle, nnd Beryl, the daughter of Mr. and Indianapolis, Ind., Sept. 23. Tho Mrs. IMillllp Gannon, Detroit, were killritual of the Grand Army of the Reed and three others were Injured seripublic, which reads "one country and ously when nn automobile In which flag," will be changed to read "one they were riding was struck by an country, ono language and ono flag," electric railway car. Kg-her- t, eight-year-ol- d porarily, from the break in wholesale prices of many important commodities. on n new policy in relation to some of her less progressive dependencies. as a result of action taken today at tho first business session of tho fifty-fourth nnnual encampment of the war veterans. Sixteen thousand veterans registered and it wns estimated that there wero thousands who did not enter their names on tho record as having attended. The encampment will close officially tomorrow. Washington, Sept. 20. Miss Llda Hafford, director of tho State Federation of Women's ;CIubs for Kentucky, is expected to bo given charge of tho national headquarters of the Federation of, Women's Clubs in Washington, succeeding Mrs. Henry Lockwood. Four Ohloans Injured. Bucyrus, O. Mr. and Mrs. George Sell nil I, of t'nrrothcrs', were Injured, probably fatally, and their two suffered severe Injuries when their automobile was struck by (short line) pussettKer trulu at chll-drePeiin-sylvuu- n Her recognition of Egyptian independence is followed by a similar plan for mesapotamia. hat newly acquired country is to be given great measure of local government, even to tho extent of having a native governor, if desired. Not only Is such a policy consistent with the spirit of tho British Government of today, but Deceit In Advertising, 'TIs Said. it Is good policy and likely to create Chicago. Packers are deceiving Uie a better feeling nnd ensure the expublic In some of their advertising, istence of tho British Empire. Russell J. Poole, Chairman and Secretary of the Council Living Costs Committee, bald In a statement. Poland and Lithuania could not agree on a boundary line and war had West Virginian Injured. actually started when they stopped Cambridge, 0.-- V. J. Sullivan, of fighting; the Lithuanians retired to a Injured, W. Va., wus Morpintown, probably fatally, when his automobile former line, nnd tho Poles recognized skidded and turned over on u hill near tho neutrality of tho territory abandoned until a settlement could be here. made. The question has been reAsphalt Plant Destroyed By Fire. ferred to the Council of the League Perth Amber, N, J. Fire of un- of Nations, which is to Investigate known origin destroyed the plant of dethe Barber Asphalt Paving Company, tho boundary question and give a near here, which covered several cision. It is for just such service acres. Two largu asphalt tanks and that the League is fitted and, impermany cars, loaded with tar, lumber fect as its organization is as yet, its and other materials, alao burned. One help is sought as a relief from war. of Uie tanks burst, throwing blazing asphalt upon buildings about the Kicking at Bills. plant. Police and firemen estimate "I think Amelia U afraid there wtU the loss at more than $1,000,000 and probably $1,500,000. The dost ruction be the devil to pay when ber Wilof the plunt will throw 2,000 uicu out liam asks her father for her hand." "I wouldn't be surprised If h did of work. It Is usserted. foot ber IUII." Page Two THE CITIZEN September 30, 19a CAMPAIGN OF 1920 brnltcr of the Pacific, Is this wonderBy Prof. LeVant Dodge ful bench at which tho bathing Is V. The League of Nations (Thl ,pce Jlong (o the Alumni Aoociation of Here College. Article,, superb the year around. Wo did not LEAGUE At this beginning of the new school new items and personal Inter frcm Rnulimtc will be ptilli,hl In full or Ir (Continued from Sopt 10) go out Into the surf, as the time was Silence is not always a sign of year the Normal Department Is com bitmct etery week. The Alumni Kill In r, Seer. M. K. Vsuchn. Here Col. In tho treatment of this subji-- . ' limited. I purchased n ukulele, and lege, Here,, ky., will be pleated to receive any communication of Inteifi i'l am! the fact that tho Bcrca posed Innrely of new students. Manv death from member of the AMocistlon.) passed away somo time very enjoy-- 1 found In n former numlicr of Tie Learue has not been of tho oM ones are toaehlng this fall ably reviewing some of the tones that' umen, attention was called t. CLASS OF 1919 mentioned for sometime In tho col- -, ami will not return until the first of WORD FROM MR. HACKETT Lloyd taught us and learning some' fn't that President Wilson hni r by no means the year. Those who are planning Collins, Boyd Maurice, Ph.B. Born mm of The Citizen Is. Harold W. Hackett, Class 1016, others. Tho Island was simply beau-- , that measure tho supremo obje. f Ruthledgo, Tcnn. Address, Llvin, an evidence ef its discontinuation. to return then are sending In their wife and bnby sailed for Japan, tiful, the trees with their brilliant! endeavor, hoping to mnko its tl o work, begun here deposits now, ami having a room Ky. Th August 20. Mr. Hnckctt goes for foliage, the nbruptly rising hills, tho tho foundation of his own imp,, last year, Is still In progress nnd has reserved. This prompt room assign Haekney, Paul Arnold, A.B. Born the American Bonrd of Foreign Mis- city nostling around tho base of them,' ,,,c tam- - 11 not claimed t Introduced Into other Holds mont Is saving trouble nnd gun ran ten been Frenchburg, Ky. Address, French-bur- sions as Treasurer moved by unmixed ntnl. t, for the Japan tho bonutlful coloring of the sen, the by Its mswbors during the summer, tcoing them n room. Ky. Minion with headquarters at Kobe. peaceful and easy trend of tho nn- - nMy l rondlly granted thaf he y hotWnyj. New student are registering every J Van Hook, Josoph O., IJ.Ped. (Ph.B. Kobe is the largest commercial con-t- tive life make Indent a seeming para- for good to tho world, If hn r Leagua dy, ami some of the M mes are The first 19S0). Bern Oonjn, Ky. Address, In Japan. It is quite satisfying dise on earth. Joaquin Miller hns Is carried Into offect. But in ., meettsrf of this school year was held making a tardy appearance. Mr. Baron, Ky. ; to know that Honorable John Ken said of them, "The Hawaiian Islands more of us nro coming (.. f(. Sunday afternoon, September 20, In Andrew J. Russell tntered Monday Back, Edith Anne, A.B. Born, neth Cnklwell, a Berea Alumnus of nro not a croup, as often miscalled. ho Is more of nu idealist than Parish Hons. A number of j moraine tie Frenchburg, Ky. Address, Ipava, the Class of 1606, Is the American but a string of Islands a string nf tenl statesman, and that We nro to have Mr. Koss, n new the larmor members nave not re- 111. Counsel at Kobe. Mr. Hackett wrltos penrls. If you ploaso a string of rnre h, "League of Nations" tarned, ami many of the new students gymnasium director, here soon, ThH nnd precious pearls In the snpphlro to tho "bitter end" he Is a M work of Klvn Mao, A.B. Born French In part as follows: going to be n splendid course, ami Back, art not yet familiar with the V The voyage is wonderful. Most of conter of tho groat American Sen." ol"r to his list of m'fak.burg, Ky. Address, Dlverdon, 111. this organisation, but, despite these one different from any we have the days nro quiet ami the nights We stenmod out of the harbor nt' w" striking utterances, sin,. present at the tchetfoled heretofore. things, the number Berg, Eugenia Belle, B.Ped. Born glorified by moonlight. Kr"t blunders, wro the f On the G p. m. ami saw again the beautiful meeting Sunday was twice the num- The Dodge House has bcon moveJ Kendall, Wis. Address, Kendall, seventh day out we came In sight of sight we saw at entry, the rugged frt"lf. "ft tJte sinking ..f M meeting last year, to a new sito, jind the work of re ber at the first Wis. the Hawaiian Islands. I assure you hills, tho Orientlal foliage, the pwbNc "ante, that ws are "t..., , Officers were elected for the coming modeling the interior is going on Bowman, Helen, A.B. Born Berea, it looked mighty good to see land buildings, tho ehurch towers showing nght;" expressing the op-year. Sara Hughes was chosen pres- It is to be finished over completely, Ky. Married Oscnr Harrison. Adagain, and there wag a pleasant feci above the rest, ami the beautiful sen Vrr ,lt r"m "with..,,. ident without n dissenting vote. ami heat nnd light from the main dress, Whites Station, Ky. Ing In the fact that we were nonrlng embracing It all. We only wished vow "Ppcalmg to the enuntn Hughes is a man of exceptional abil- power plant installed. This will Clayton, KatritM, B,Ped. Born Flem- - the land of Uncle Sam. Wo hnd to all could havo shared it with us. The midst of the wnr, to elerf i ity awl popularity, and the very fact make it one of the bost Normal girls' ingsburg, Ky. Addroes, Vance-bur- line up in the dining saloon nnd trip has been very enjoyable. We of one party awl such m that he is president guarantees a dormitories on tho ground. Ky. file out past the quarantine officers met a fine man, with wife and one low his personal leademhii . stKosful year to the League. Burton Next Monday, October 4, will b Cletn Mne, B.L. Born who passed upon our condition of child, going 'back to Korea. He Is a Ing Cabinet officers as if td. Johnson was elected Mountain Day. We anticipate n de Hamilton. Jackson, Ky. Address, Jackson, health. We steamed Into Pearl Har- doctor employed by a mining com- little children; and violentlv r Lula Owens, secretary; nnd Sam lightful outing on this day. The Ky. bor, Honolulu, about eight n. m. I pany. They are splendid, strena Ing Senators with more cxpi Seaggs, treasurer. It Is needless to Normal School 'is to have its Moun- say that one would have to search tain Day separate from Lewis, Florence VanFastcn, B.L. had often heard about the boys div- Christian people and have Invited us lmn himself, who have nnto represent Mi. long to find n group of young peo- this year. On this day the students Born Lnwroncovfllc, Va. Address, ing for pennies, but hnd never wit- to visit them during some summer bfl states. By declarn nessed the act before. Thore thoy vacation. Wo anticipate the visit ple who are more capable and who visit those points of historical inVa. Lawretteeville, ,f ln f,,n nl with the Pr. have the work more at heart than terest, East and West Pinnacles. Lewis, Mabel Irene, B.L. Barn Be wore, about twenty of the native lads, nnd the chance of seeing some of tho now ilr- ( pommlts rdme'f in the wntcr near our ship with their Korean problems at first band. the above named officers. The Philomathea Literary Society rea, Ky. Addross, GS6 Maxwolton V.ni-Besides the regular work of the met Saturday evening in the girls' Slimlnt. mnralnr. . racer incos upraiseo, empioring a t..1 IWgUC. With all ItS !110t ..I, Court, Lexington, Ky. chance to exhibit their skill nnd, in the religious services ami the scr- - R,te features, bo matter hw nm League there will be three Interest- vymnaisum, and an entertaining proing contests this year. Tho annual gram was enioyed. After the pro- Lewis, Maude Kennedy, B.Ped. Born cidentally, to profit by searching for mans delivered by the ministers on my hay hedged in regard t r Fairvlew, Va. Address, Fairvlcw, the coins that were It is Interesting to notlre lmw r.-piny contest will, of gram, refreshments tossed overboard board. A swimming pool was built were served. Va. nvny good people were to a n course, be the foremost. The con- - These were prepared by the fivo old The day was one of memory. We on the lower deck nnd some very test closes, as usual, January 1. members of the Society. There wore McDaniol, Eva Belle, U.S. Born had tho experience of shopping at pleasant hours were spent In tHving W,,,wn r'oniM"'' without st ppir. Urce, N. C. Address, Urec, N. C.j the Honolulu storos, of visiting the into tho water. Our sports were reau it. inina or a suiwhv r 'Jhen there will be an thirteen new members voted in. poem contest which will close at the Following Is a list of the officers: Marsh, Mary Knte, B.L. Born palace whore the king nnd queens Quoits, Deck Tennis, Ping Pong and meoting In nercn with tho ihair same time. In addition to these two Beulnh Whitt, president; Edna Clark, Ky. Address, Cynthlana, ruled in the old days and which Is ShufTIo Bonrd. Wo occasionally had announcing that only on$ side r f c question would be discussed and V4 contests there will be a subscription Minnie Wyley, record- Ogg, Lillian Roam, B.S. Born Bcreu, now used by tho United States as n movie at night. contest, closing November 1, the one ing secretary; Leeta Gnbb, corresoffices for the Governor nnd Local AsOn tho sixteenth day out we were any who should hesitate In supr r Ky. Address, Jfurca, Ky. taking the most subscriptions to the ponding secretary; Eula Wagers, sembly. We were conducted by n ordered to get readv for debarklntr. Ing the League were disloyal or fir B.Ped. Born Wilnative Hawaiian, who was n United for on tho morning of the seventeenth lnnn ynipathlzrs! Think of tr , Journal receiving n prize. treasurer; and Florence Baker, mar- Parker, Ella Rce, liamsburg, Ky. Address, Williams- States soldier In the A prize will also be given to the win- shal. The Society promises to be war. Wo each wo were to land in Yokohomn nnr-- ! inf n telegram to Washington sn fl burg, Ky. ner of the other two contests. Those more successful this year than ever had on an Amcricnn Legion button, oor. As I finish this letter, we nro ,hnf n nrc ""'Hence unnlmoulj Russel, Tommye, B.Ped. Born New-be- and thus a mutual tie. We then took nearlng Japan, tho Island country, ,lcmam,cl desiring to participate in any of these before ratui at Tcnn. Address, Newborn, the street car to the Beach at Walk!-kal- , our new home, the rudder of the of Treflt' nnl Loagje, inasmuch (. contests should give their names to Applachian Literary Society Tcnn. those of us not In tho habit of s the secretary of the League not later met jn Upper Chapel. Several new which has become celebrated In Orient. notes in blank did not get up a than October 10. Weidler. Mrs. Josephine M.. A.B. Hawaiian music nnd song. Right in You will hear again from us. members were voted in by the Soci- row by making a protest on the snr The next meeting of the League cty ami scvcral new officers elected, Born Frenchburg, Ky. Wife of A. (tho shadows of Diamond Head, the Always, On another occasion some of us tV.' will be held in the Parish House, Sun- - The program for next Saturday even-da- y G. Weidler. Address, Berea, Ky. j large crater which Is called the Gi- Harold W. Hackett vote to send n telegram whose w-- r afternoon, October 10, at 3:30 jnfr promises to be very interesting, wo know,' because ench person was o'clock. Whether you are Interested left free to Judge whnt should bo ccr. in the fight against tobacco or not, sldcrod "reasonable re.iervnUonsJja;! School the League cordially invites you to because to refrain from voting rnikht visit and see what it is doing. GRANT & LEE SOCIETY sicm to be a dissent from the Program for Oct. 20 hope that tho President, then z Song, Battle Hymn of Republic .... ill, would recover. Ever since the fir Pearl instead ot a Society. opening up of the subject the trend Boil on Man's Neck Lincoln's Reading .... Ray Browning of thought against the original The Importance of Athletics . . Orvas Lcnguo has been steady and rapid. Twenty years ngo, James LonLawson. Its supporters have been driven to don of Clifton Heights, Va nte What an Education Means to Us .. express a willingness to accept more some oysters. One of the biThomas Tutt. and moro Interpretations. Even Mr. valves had a penxl which Loncen A Reading, Title, Sun Set ..Edgell Wilson hns been forced, finally, to He never gave the swallowed. Moore. Incident a thought until a few tnko a step or two In that path. But days ago when he had severe The Most Important Event that Ever ho insists that we must not "take the pains in a small lump In hW Happened to Me This Summer .. heart out of it," In other words, no neck. Longen thought the lump Andy Skecns. changes must go beyond verbal explaa boll, so he squeezed It, and the Reproduced Story ....Walker Cosby nations. Few persons would assume pearl broke through the ("kin, Ambassador to Franklin ... Patrick to Improve upon phrnseology whiclft ending Longen's pains. McCrny. Is O. k'd by that master of English, Debate: Resolved that General Gran President Wilson. It is tho very Toad. was n Urcater .Man man lien-era"heart" or core of the document that Wis. Henry Mermans, Marinette, Lee. wo want to modify, or else throw pioneer resident of Crlvltz. Marinette Affirmative tho whole thing into tho waste ba3v g county, claims the distinction of own-InAlbert Maltby kct one of the largest collections of Raymond Ritchie mounted animals and fish i juturuu saying, 01 inoso In the state. All of them were killed Negative who havo been led almost to worship or caught within a radius of fire miles Erman Lykins tho proposed League, that tho Sena . ... ......4 I. . v Raymond Tribby of Crirltz. He expects to add a num.1 tors who oppose It arc wholly moved ber of new specimens this year. in u mm" against lurtiier wnrfur". 0-- Dr. L. 8 Itowe (left). Raleigh Hall, Pres. by hntrcd of President Wilson and by -- v.. Among the freaks he has a union, and John llnrrett. whom he hici'.m1k, uiinmi ui nit; Arnold E. Pigman, Sec. (Continued on Pago Threo) f nwH ANTI-TOBACCAntl-Tefcacj Anti-Tobacc' g, Anti-Tobacor . i 1 General College News Normal Department Berea College Alumni Association u , , . g, e - Pt - , Anti-Tobac- . Anti-Tobac- Cyn-thlan- a, co -- Foundation l g f 1 d YOUI NORMAL OppOItUn y y'jf ff y COLLEGIATE The crown of the whole Institution, which pro- vides standard courses in all advanced subjects. Cqurses lead- ing to Classical, Scientific, Philosophical and Literary Degrees. The school which trains both rural and city teach- special attention to rural teaching. Equal stand- certifi- ing with Stato Normals, and graduates are given COUrSe the common branches for Tho Preparatory course, four is the straight to College. The English course two years is designed do to nor go for those It gives the general education for those who go further KtHIHB KfaSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBssaHHIHiaSBSBSBHs SBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSalsSBfi Professional courses combined with jects. For young men: Agriculture, Carpentry, Printing, Blacksmithing. Painting and Commerce. women: Home Science, Sewing, Nursing, Bookkeeping VOCATIONAL SCHOOL literary sub- Bricklaying, For young and Stepog- - WlLisllllHsPBS&ssk.lt flkaSliSsBBBBBBBlsBBBBBBSBBMflBB General education in the common branches for students of good mental ability, above 15 years of .1 mhn knA .r. f ikn .1.. To W I0; cit very ... 1 1 "mHHHV LLLLLLLLLHaBBBBVsaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BHHKHBHHnJk BHHI HflH&iH9 HHHHHb HHRPHslaPHHHHV KKSmuESKKKKIKM Ri6!99fBBSEflRW tttHsBaaaaaaaaaaaaaWsaWaBaalasasMsasBBi t .' . - 'Mk 'jk'"'Wf'm i'Wlk' JBttayi l'. itVgi !BEE9IKKE&W?yP&BmS , Sp - J W rr&gBfr. ) & X K 't ' BHk ' ' 'f'-u- A ,H 2 '1 J 'SrffPaW " WITHIN THE REACH OF THE POOR Any nmbltious or girl in the mountains can go through Bcrca College, or any of the Allied Departments, for ?150 a year. As rnch stU(lcnt required to do some work, the abovo amount is reduced by tho nmount of work performed. A student of energy reliability can greatly rcduco the cash by no may expect to out his ontlro expenses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE labor credits or may bo In W cash or Men Women $ term upkeep for tho term Hoard, 7 weeks 7.8O 7.80 i9 05 33.05 17x0 31.30 lS.Ofc, 11G30 Amount due first of term Board' 0 WCk8' (,uo mlll,ll for term tcrn IC.CO tean: ui' SrlnS' LIVING. The0r3;, Ban,d,nnd P'- - UitjMaflfttfttMflMp A . " . Wl ' JHsaM Ladles Hall and Main Dining Room COST OF ?nnMp fir t .Dl IPffA Bttlflntllal student must senil ilunoilt. In mlv not Commerce. sienaVhy: frm 60c' t0 to $1.00 a week extra. UUUVU por Vocational and Foundation students, subtract ... (.1 I .1. lllLIII fll II 1 I I'f. T F - I $1.00 from the CI nfl , 1I1 . ' tra Mu"' " - Tho times are working hard against us and tho constant battlo with the high cost of all commodities U a trying one, but thus for the Collego has won. Tuition is froo, Incidental fco $5 d and 17 a term, according to the courso taken, room and board for about $125 a year and many other valuablo and necessary additions to tho student's school life, such as gymnasium athletics, hospital and lectures are free. All students from tho mountains nbovo fifteen years of ago, of good character, studious habits and a willingness to work are invited and will Slnd a wholehearted welcome to Berea, but they must make reservations in advance. rite for a Catalogue and book ol Chief Regulations, to the College By good business management and studied economy, tho College is ablo to reduce tho cost of living in Berea to tho lowest posslblo figure. A. Secretary,. MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, ierea, Kentucky. September 30, 1020 asserted, In speculators bidding .tgnlnst each other for the Cuban crop, Men with n speculative turn of mind who had never glxen a thought lo sugar, except nt Hie table for their ten or coffee, begun dnbbltng In the mnr-ke- t. They sent their representatives lo Culm and purchased direct from the planters. Then they nr ranged with the refiners lo refine Hie raw product, iwyliig so much a pound for Hie refining, the title to the sugar nlwnys remaining with the speculators. Situation Was Fictitious. As n result of nil this there wns rrented a fictitious and panicky The American consumer, as tistiill. wns the sufferer, lie paid the price for this sort of business. tl Is Insisted by the government au thorities Hint there Is only one wny the price of Mignr can be held up. nnd that Is for the speciilntor to obtain another stranglc-hold- . There seems to be smnll probability of the speculators again getting the upper hand. The crop reporting hoard of (he department of agriculture has Just completed nn Investigation ns to the stocks of snmir on hnml In the vnrlotis stntcs. The bonnl snys that this Inquiry shows "there Is n Inrger supply of sugar on bund today than ever In tho history of the country." Deports from Cuba. Hawaii nnd elsewhere show Hint their crops, plus the boirn' crop of beet nnd rnno sugar, According to the break all records. prop roportlniNionnl. the present supply Is IB per cent greater than ever before. prices have stlmu-Inlcsugar planting with the result that more ncreage Is devoted to the crop to be harvested, this fall nnd winter than ever before. The depart-Mien- ! of agriculture forecasts S.020.-00- 0 tons of beet sugar for tho United Stntes this yenr ngnlnst 1010 production of fl.l21.tiOO tons, nn estlmnted Increase of 2.WK).(H0 tons In the United States nlone. Cane sugHr producers nlso hnve Increased their ncrongo from 481.000 Inst year to .Wl.ftOO this year. The Iulslann crop Is now estimated nt sr.0,000.000 pounds of sugar for 1020 nmilnst 212,0(10.000 pounds for 1010. Cuban planters hnve doubled their acreage since the war. the department of ngiieulture Is Informed. Kuropean production Is also being Increased, especially in Uelglum nnd In Austria. So It appears that housewives trou bles over sugnr are nbout to como to nn end. Oroanlilng the New Army. The new army of the United States Is being rapidly organized In accordance with the provisions of the net of June I, 1020. The new districts nre olltclnlly known ns corps areas nnd replace the six departments which had been established since 1010. These areas nre organized not only with respect to the mllltnry population composed within their boundaries, but nlM with reference to supplementing the military defense of the coast lines. The next step In the general plnn of orgnnlzntlon will be the development of one effective, well balanced army. The national defense act, as amend ed, contemplates an army of three co ordinated components, nnmely, the regular army, the National Ouard and the organized reserves; organized In pence time so as tc "Include till of those divisions nnd other military organizations necessary to form the basis fur a complete nnd Immedlnto mobilization for the national defense In the event of n national emergency." I'lans In process of construction by the war loiKirtment involve Hie Indivniunt de velopment of eneh of the three, nnd their effective fusdiig. one with the other, nnd with the nrmy as u whole. Kncb component will have n fixed mls- tlon nnd an equally Important role. The levelopment of encli must be nt.surcd without competition Hint will adversely affect the others. Their Respective Roles. The regular nrmy Is to garrison our overseas possessions, the coast fort resses nnd other stations necessary to be maintained In the United States; to provide personnel to assist In the training of the Nittlonal Ouard and organized reserves; to provide the personnel necessary for1 the administration of the nrmy and tho organization of nu nnd effective force which will be Instantly nviillable for emergencies within the United States or elsewhere, nod which lu peace tlnto will serve as disa, model for tho organization, cipline nnd training of tho netlvo and military forces of the Is situ-illosu-ttIleoird-brenklnd nde-qual- e, semi-active THE CITIZEN CAMPAIfiN OF 1920 (Continued from pngo 2) pnrtlsnnshlp. With nil respect for tho fccllnjra of friends who tnke this position, I must call It tho thinnest kind of sophistry. Why should they hnto tho President? Who supported energetic wnr mensurcs more vigorously thnn did most of these? Who began to inject pnrtlsnnshlp Into the Rrent world question, or who hns been more Intensely pnrtlsnn, nil nloncthc Wood-roline, than tho Wilson? Ho 1ms been one of tho most untnetful of President. Men who undertake to forco their policies through nnd to ho IT generally mnke enemies, no mnltcr how worthy their general motives. And so It wns Inevltnblo thnt, In tying the League of Nntlons so closely to one mnn, the two should bo regnrded ns' Slnmcso twins nnd sink or swim to-- 1 gethcr. The Democratic pnrty, ns mnn-- j nged in 1920, hns only Itself to blnme if overwhelming defeat comes to It on November 2. Its convention nt Snn Francisco nllowcd it to seem to the country, nt lehst until the last day, thnt Wilson wns its dictator. Its chnirmanship, tho decisions upon ques' tions of disputed credentials, tho makeup of tho Committee on Resolutions, nnd the cxtrnvagnnt prnise of tho President nnd his policies nil united to give the impression that the touching of n button, nt tho White House, decided the nttitudo of the pnrty. At the Inst, n momentary doubt wns created when tho bosses nnd liquor champions of unsavory reputations got together nnd determined tho presidential nomination. Ilut Cox's hastening to Wnshlngton, his. communion with tho "sage" In the White House, nnd tho announcement thnt tho two were "nt one" made sure thnt the populnr condemnation of the President's partisnn nnd nutocrntic course would bury his pet League also. I am not saying so much nbout tho provisions of tho Wilson League Itself ns I first intended. It is doomed. It Is not necessary lo nsk space to set forth tho grave objections to It: lift nf tVin TtrllteJ T?w?r atv votes to our one in the Assembly;! tho possibility that the Council may nbovc-mcntlone- tl w Page ThrM lation of "rules of procedure" nnd provision of committees for special assignments. There is absolutely nothing in tho wordlncr of tho Covenant to sucecat' & destruction of tho individuality of' tho states making up tho League.! An ngrcemcnt by unanimous consent to nn action is In no senso a giving, up of sovereignty by any nation. Doth of theso bodies aro to meet nt stated periods or by special call ns occasion demands. They meet at tho seat of tho League, which is Geneva, Switzerland, or nt other places designated, according to need. Both bodies nro empowered by tho Covenant to deal with nny matter "within tho sphere of action of tho Lcaguo or nffectlng tho peaco of tho world." breeding place for wars rather than nn instrument of peace. It is tho chief point of objection thus far MUST PL TO CUT EXPENSES CONGRESS WILL DE ODLIQED TO OPEN THE WAY TO REDUCE FEDERAL TAXES. BOTH PARTIES ARE PLEDGED Some Interesting Flnuret on Present Financial Condition or the Nation Issuance of Treasury Certificates Must Stop Soon. Dy JAMES P. HORNADAY. VnliliiKtnti. I low to cut ilmvn Hip expense of tlic futlenil government ninl iliui open Hio wny fur roiltictlon In fiilornl tnxw will Ik nno of tlio lniiortniit questions concres will In- - obliged tu tnki- - up when It coiner bnck In December. Until tlu IiIr parties nre pledKed to reduce expenses of pivcrimicut, niwl liotli have promised to reduce luxe. I'mui Isc.s lire, of course, chenp, lint In thin cum- - pulillc (X'litltiiottt In so over wliclliilncly In fnvnr of cutting down expense ninl nl ho reducing inxei tint t omn cfTorl to keep the promise Unit Iihvo bom mnde will Iiiiyo lo lie put forth. Treasury certificates of Indebted ties to I lie ntuount of nhout SOIO.lXH),- iimttiriHl oil September lfi, ninl nhout $100,000,000 mature on October l.'i. Hint. The creator purl of those jmmi.uhi.iKiO itmliirlnc certlllcntos will, the Neerctary says, Ih covered hy Hip lnlMllnirnt of Income nml proflls Imm imynltlc on September 15. In order to provide for the Imlmice of the cerHlleiiteS requiring In ho nml to meet tlm current ro-ipilreiiH-ntof the k eminent up to October 15, the Iremmry bn decided. on the lHti of the bent estimate iiMiilnbte hi Hits time, to offer trrn liry certificates of liHlcbtcdm In the ninouiit of hImiui jwo.ooo.ooo in two M'rles, Iwtb tinted Setiteiliber IP, one bearing designated T XI (mt cent Interest, maturing Mnrch l IS. 1121. nml the other series T S 1021, hearing 0 per cent Interest, nnd maturing Septeuibur ir, 11 K-rldetlK-tuitei- uphold unjust claims to "territorinl Integrity," and others scarcely less Unless there shnll somo more convincing pica for mo ionguo thnn I yot hnve seen, I may not refer to it In future articles. If, nfter peace Is restored, anything more thnn the Hnguo Tribunal sooms needed to secure pcaco nnd Justice,' wo can consider the details dlspa&., sionntcly. Tho world is not mad at1 us. If "forty nations" in tho League' can not stop somo of tho wars now raging, even nmong themselves, wo shall bo slow to tnko up tho whole burden. For tho present our policy fhnll bo decided by ourselves, rather thnn by an Amnlgnmnted Council in the enstcrn world. np-pe- bo so increased in number thnt the grent nnd progressive nations will be ovcrborno by tho wenk nnd bnckwnrd ones; tho likelihood thnt wo shall bo cnllcd upon to send nrmics abroad to f4 xio First Quarter May Show Surplus. On the Imsls of dally treasury state ments, during the first Iwo months of the current llicnl year beginning July 1. 10"J0. the ordinary receipts of the Koverninenf minimi too. to $o"JS."07 101. Ill, ublle the ordlnnry dlsburse- merits during the withe period amount V,1 to JTM.OT.I.lHH.Tfl. leaving n not cur rent deficit (excess of ordlnnry dlS' burscmeriN over ordlnnry receipts) of I2fi.0ft..l0.n. This net current deficit for the flrht two ninnlhs of the flscnl yenr Is due chlelly to nctunl ensh In nmount of some S1SO.OOO.O00, Jiinde necewmry by the provisions of the trnnjortntlo!i net In connection Willi the ntuni of the rnllroniW lo pri vate control. According to the Intcst estlmntes. payments mi nrcount of the railroads will probnbty continue on n Inrge scale during the Imlnnce of the present calendar yenr. nnd will be relatively heavy during the month of September. VotwltbutHiidlng the net current dellclt during the first two months nnd thee exlrnordlnnry payments on nc count of the railroad. It Is expected that Ibo II rut quarter of the tlscnl yonr, ending September 30, 10'JO. will show n surplus. Debt to Oe Further Reduced. Further Issues of treasury certifi cates during the months of Octnlier nnd November mny subsequently result In temornry Increases In both gross debt nnd Hunting debt, but the treasury confidently expects that by the completion of the second quarter of the llscnl yenr, on December 31 1020. nny such temporary Increnses will bnvo been overcome, nnd Hint the gross debt and Hunting debt on De cember 31 will have been further re duced below the amounts outstanding on September 30. The treasury has no difficulty In selling certificates. They go like hot cakes because they bear n high rate of Interest and nrc exempt from state nnd local luxation, except Inheritance taxes, nnd from normal federal Income tax nnd tho corporation Income tax. nnd nre admissible assets for tho pur-- I io so of calculating profit taxes. Hut It Is obvious that the treasury depart ment must some time, and the sooner the better. Mop offering these certificate for sale. Surgar Prices Down to Stay. The government authorities believe that low prices for sugar This opinion nre here to slny. Is renched by both the department of Justice nnd tho agricultural department, nfter each has made Its own Investigation. The authorities express tho view Hint the profiteer nnd the speculator have had their day, nnd Hint the Inw of supply nnd demand will set back to work. There Is ulso general agreement that n thero was but llltle excuso for the over sugar during the lust yenr, nnd there Is further agreement t tint prices never should havo go no as high rs they did go. It Is asserted that there has nlwnyi been n sufficient supply of sugar; that the speculators, nnd tho general belief that there was a short crop, were largely responsible for the shortage, which actually prevailed far as tho retull dealers were congee nied. The failure of the federal government to buy last year's sugnr crop and the dissolution of the United States uar equalization board resulted, Mt s hys-terl- THR LEA OUR OF NATIONS (Continued from page 5) served to meet this difficulty nnd mako possible n plan for selection such as never before existed. An explanation of the "assembly" nnd "council" of the League is therefore necessary to nn understanding of tho organization. Both of these bodies are comparatively small. The Assembly Is mnde up of representatives of nil tho nations In tho Lcngud- - Each state may send three as a maximum. Tho Council is mnde up of nine of the more Important states, and each may send ono representative. In both cases each stato hns only ono vote. This equnlity of representation is a clear indication that thero has been no purpose to establish a "super-state," as some have feared; it recognizes the independent nations meeting together for spccinl purposes, preserving their nationality completely. Moreover, in both bodies a decision can be reached only by a unanimous vote, nn arrangement which Insures each nation security from tho g pressure of others. A mnjority vote is allowed in a few specified cases, such as tho formu over-ridin- raised. It is generally assumed that tha advice of the Council will be for a uso of force, but other methods are provided for dealing with nations that do not Involve war and may ba equnlly effective. Even though it should require an exercise of force is not such a regulated nnd purposeful direction of forco for tho welfare of all, infinitely superior to unregulated uso of forco that may take plnco at any time to satisfy the selfish purpose of any nation that desires to uso it. A fourth power is that by which nn International court of Justlco is to be established ns previously dls It is apparent, however, that tho cussed. The fifth and final power of any Assembly Is regarded more as a consignificance is that of considering sultative body nnd the Council ns nn executive body. In this Assembly cases not suitable for submission to chance tho nations of tho world may havo a to meet together, to understand, in open discussion, their conflicting interests and to seek adjustments. It is clear nlso that tho Council is tho more powerful of the bodies. An examination of its powers nnd duties as expressed in tho Covenant Is the best wny to see whnt It can do nnd whether it is dangerous or not. First nmong its duties is the form ulation of plans for a reduction of tho armament of tho nations within tho League, such reduction to be based on a study of tho "geographical situation and nrmament of each state." A second power is that of advis- Ing how tho evil effects attendant upon tho manufacture of munitions of war by private sources in the soveral states may bo prevented. A third power is that of ndvising how an "encroachment upon tho territorial integrity and existing polit-- l ical independence of nil members of tho League" may bo overcome. j arbitration before a court of Justice. Only such enses ns pertain to the Interpretation of a treaty, a question of international law, a breach of international obligations, or a reparation for such a breach nre specified as generally suitable for arbitration, j A vast number of possiblo causes for the disturbance of the world's pence nrc thus left unprovided for. By the Covenant the nations pledgo themselves to submit to tha "Council" any dispute likely to lead to a rupturo of peaco. By this means multitudes of conflicts may bo avoided by detection whilo yet small and smothered before they havo a chanco to flame up into a great conflagration that may involve tho world. Tho League is even greater and moro effective for tho prevention of conflicts than for the settlement of them when started. If it is infinitely better to put a railing before a rrecipico and thus prevent people from falling over rather than to build a hospital at the base, so it is believed by advocates of tho League This power is granted by tho fa-- ! that it is better to prevent disputes mous 10th article which has been rather than settle them when started. characterized as full of danger and' Other features of the League likely to turn tho League into a will bo discussed in later articles. You can buy GoodrichTires today at an average of 25 less than in 1910 Goodrich Tires today are sold by good dealers everywhere at a lower price than in 1910 and what is more to the point in this comparison, Goodrich Tires in 1920 give on the average nearly double the number of miles per tire The Goodrich adjustment basis of 8,000 miles for Silvertowns and 6,000 miles for Fabrics at today's prices give motorists twice the mileage at less cost per tire. FABRIC TIRE PRICES HaSBaiSSaBBBaaHaMaBBBBBBaiaBSBHMMMII SIZE , I9IO TODAY 25.4S I9.IO 13.1Q 3Q3 ' 33.85 32x4 34x4 35x5 j 48.6S 65.35 82.75 j 36.80 53.15 65.35 The ultimate strength of the regular nrmy, under present law, will be approximately 300,000 otllcers and enlisted men. The Nntlonnl Ounrd Is to provide In tlmo of peace nn udequnto nnd effective force, available In minor emergen cies for employment by tho states of tho United States; In tlmo of wnr to provide nn ndequnle, bnlnncod and effective component of the army of the United Stntes for employment wlthlii the United Slntes or elsewhere. The Nntlonnl Guard Is tho second lino Increment or component of tho nrmy In peuce or wnr. The organized reserve Is distinctly a an organized nnd bulanced force which tuny bo expanded Into nn udequnto war component of tho nrmy of the United Stales', to meet nny emergency requiring the uso of troops In excess of those of tho regular unny and tho National Guard. Hostilities. "I understand Germany and Ameri. cn are arranging for commercial Interchange, In splto of tho fact that we are technically at war." "Well," replied Fanner Conitossel, what of It? Some of tho coldlncdest flKbw I ever got luto was In trjla' to put over a trade." Aijtutmiktkt Goodrich Tires SUvtrtown CcrdtioooMiltt FabricTirei, 6000 37 Sold and Recommended by BEREA MOTORS COMPANY BEREA, KENTUCKY Paro Four THE CITIZEN, speakers for Berea, and they como under the auspices of the Republican club. September 30, 1020 LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, OATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES CHRISTIAN CHURCH JROM A W. J. Hudspeth, minister of the Best Blacksmithing Scientific horse shoolnc. fine iron work and repairs of nil descriptions nt the Collcpc Blacksmith Shop, Main street, north of The Citizen Office. advertisement. W. B. Wnldcn, of Lancaster, has purchased the V. L. Harrison prop erty on Boono street from Mrs. Bcr-th- n Robinson Chasteen and has moved back to Berca. J. E. Barton, of Cincinnati, Ohio, is spending n few days at Boono Tavern. J. Robert Kelley, of'Cinclnnati, is spending n few days in Berea. Miss Ivanorc Barnes is spending n three weeks' visit nt Oberlin, 0. E. O. Roberts, of Indinnapolis, Ind., is n guest nt Boone Tnvcrn for a few days. Everett D. Stafford, of Mt. Sterling, is spending n few days nt tho Tavern renewing his acquaintance with his many friends in Berea. Mrs. Walter Albun and her daugh-te- r, Mary Knthryn, hnve returned to their home at Lincoln, Neb., after spending a delightful summer with Mrs. Albun's sister, Mrs. Mayme Jones on Prospect street. Miss Elizabeth Marsh, a former student and graduate of Berca College, stopped off in Berea at the first of the week for a brief visit while on her way to Iowa State College, where she will tench this year. Miss Dora Ely, who has charge of kindergarten at Witherspoon the College, Buckhorn, Ky., was in Berea for a short business trip last week. Miss Laura Spence was visiting in Berca over Sunday at tho home of her brother, R, F. Spence. Paul Edwards, who is a student at Ohio State University, has been spending a few days in Berca with his parents, Professor and Mrs. T. A. Edwards. The Berea band boys were in Stanton, Ky., last Saturday to assist H. H. Harrison, county agent of Powell county, in his annual Agricultural son. N Alex Black was a visitor in London Fair. Professor Dodge, Mrs. Dodge and last week. others who attended the G. A. R. National Encampment and the affi- HON. KING SWOPE TO SPEAK AT liated patriotic conventions at IndiaCHAPEL napolis have returned. Hon. King Swope, Congressman Professor Dodge spoke in one of the city from this district, will speak at the churches on Sunday the 19th. He College Chapel Monday night, Octoserved upon the Committee on Reso- ber 4, in the interest of the Republilutions, and with Bishop Fallows can ticket. He is a candidate for to Congress, having served was chosen to carry the G. A. R. greetings to the National Convenj! only part of a term tion of the Woman's Relief Corps. It is also expected that Mrs. Lang- Mrs. Dodge was one of those selected ley, who is speaking in the interest to go on a like mission to the Na- - of the Republican campaign, will be tional Convention of Civil War Army present. I Nurses. These are tho first campaign I Charles A. Boyd, of Newport, Ky.; Edward Bloomfield, of Louisville, Ky.j Otis K. Blakey, of Redficld, S. Dak.; Perkins, of Jacksboro, Tcnn.; W. L. M. Harrcll, of Cincinnati, 0.: Charlie Burke, of Louisville, nnd E. S. Carpenter, of Cincinnati, O., are guests of Boone Tavern. Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Roberts arc being congratulated over the arrival, September 30th, of a daughter, Jenn Louise. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Porter and daughter, of Lexington, Mr. and Mrs, C. C. Wolf and baby, of Winchester, with Mr. Byron, Woolf nnd wife, who arc visiting them, Mr. G. E. Porter nnd family and Mrs. R. F. Spence and baby, of Berca, nil enjoyed n family picnic dinner in the VanWinkle Grove in Berea, Sunday. Robert F. Spence was sick last week, but has gone to Rockcnstle county this week to manage his cam paign for community betterment there. President Hutchins preached at the Methodist church Sunday .morning nnd J. O, Lehman at night. The Citizen is being somewhat neglected again this week by the man aging editor. Ho is off on a tour of making speeches in the schools of Rockcastle county. This is in the in terest of community organization and development, nnd is n pnrt of the campaign planned by County Agent Spence. There will be six squads of men who will visit three schools each day for the first four days of this week. Necessary repairs on the power plant have delayed this issue of The Citizen somewhat, and nre responsible for the omission of several important contributions. Mrs. Bohon, now of Tulsa, Okla., Is in Berca, this week, visiting with old friends. Mrs. Bigo Estridge is improving nicely from an operation at the Robinson Hospital and will be able to go to her home the last of the week. Mrs. Bob Carman, of London, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. J. II. Jack- Christina Church, hns been out to Dreyfus, this county, in n meeting of nenrly two weeks durntlon. He returned homo nnd preached every Lord's Dny morning, however. The meeting closed Inst Lord's Dny night, resulting In tho addition of three confessions nnd batlslms and thirteen restored to the fellowship of the church, by confessing their faults. In the Dreyfus meeting he was as sisted by two local ministers, Bros. Lunsford and Isaacs. Ho is nt homo now nnd will fill the pulpit next Lord's Dny, 11 a.m. Ho1 is to begin a scries of sermon Light from tho Cos.," to continue for seven uc,sivo lord's Dayr. The sermons will be short and to the point. Subjects r.s follows: October 3 Forglvncss of tho Cross. Text: Father, --forgive them for they Know noi wnai inoy ao. luko W. iii October 10 Tho Promiso of the Cross. Verily I say unto thee, Today shalt thou be with mo in para-disc. THE AMERICAN LEGION Indinnapolis, Ind., July 5. Under arrangements just completed with the War Department, the American Legion becomes tho Instrument for distribution of the Victory Medals which tho Government is presenting to every American soldier, snilor, marine, field clerk or nurse who served honorably for any period between April C, 1917 nnd November 11, 1018. TEACH YOUR CHILDREN TO SAVE Your children will learn moro of the vauc of money through having a bank account than by any other means. It encourages them to seo tho amount Interest comincrease, and at 4 pounded it doesn't take long to save large sums. Why not start on nccount for them now the ultimnte benefits will be Inestimable. Onc dollar Is sufllclont to open n Term Savings Account. semi-annuall- The presentations will tnko plncc Day In a scries of simultaneous ceremonies to be held under Legion nuspices throughout' the world, making possible a stupen-- J dous celebration which Is destined to eclipse nnythlng of tho kind ever before attempted In the United States.' on Armistice ' Tl.. lie A T 1 1. uurvn iw . H..U iiuiiw nil- - vtviifc 1. Luke 23: 43 October 17 Tho Loneliness of tho Cross. My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken mo 7 Matt 27:40. Announcing Our Undertaking Department in the E wish to our W:Berea localityannounce to shall friendsparticular that We gioe ' attention to the funerals conducted there. W e have one of the best equipped outfits for for this service including BEAUTIFUL MOTOR HEARSE, AMBULANCES, CHURCH TRUCKS, GRAVE LININGS, DEVICES, FOLDING CHAIRS LOWER-IN- G AND A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF CASKETS (MeJeratcly Priced.) W e are at your service any hour during day or night. Our funeral director and emhalmer has had years of experience, and is a graduate of the Cincinnati College oj Embalming. Every courtesy extended to our friends. time a member of your family is to be ed to the hospitals, you will find our lances at your service. Our Prices Always Reasonable Any removambu- ire Muncy Brothers Home Furnishers BEREA RICHMOND October 24 The Sympathy of the Cross. Womnn, behold thy son. Behold thy mother. John 19: 27. October 31 The Suffering of the Cross. "I thirst." John 19: 28. November 7 The Consummation of the Cross. "It is finished." J ,hn 19:30. Farmers, we have in stock now Timothy Seed, UNION CHURCH November 14 Benediction of the Rosen Rye Seed. Get ready for fall sowing. Cross. "Father, Into thy hands I Dr. Hutchins will speak, Sundny commend my spirit." John 19:30. morning at 11 a. m., in Union church Get your harness repaired for fall plowing and The students of Berea College and upon, "Drifting Away." The topic all citizens of Berea aro welcome. of tho Thursday evening meeting nt hauling. 7:30 will be, "Our Relations to th Church of Christ." PROGRESS CLUH Have the whole family's shoes repaired before the Because of the usual busy times frost falls. during entrance days of the Fall The Nut As a Foodstuff, Term, the Club Reporter neglected With two or three exceptions, nuts Call us for hay, feed, groceries or anything in our are rich In fnt ami protein and low In her duties. line. Efficient Clerks to wait on you. Truck and The first meeting of tho Progress' carbohydrates. With the exception of Club was held at the home of the' the chestnut, the peanut and the Htchl wagon ready to deliver to your door. .iuo rresmcm, .Mrs. i,. it. uaKcr. nuts ln poIMTn, , nbout ine memocrs present responded to to the ounc or double tho value of the Roll Call with "Echoes of the an equal quantity of starch or sugar. The moat Important nuts wlilch crow Summer." All listened with to the President's Message" In this country aro tho almond, 'The by Mrs. Baker and the "Report of English walnut, the pecan and the pen SuccetMiri to 5. E. Welch Drpartmcnt Stor nut The native lilnck walnut, tho the General Federation" by Mrs. J. I hickory nut. the plnon, the hazelnut ' W. Heradon. All greatly enjoyed the and the hwchnut are valunhlo nuts. Berea Kentucky vocal solos by Miss Betty Hemdon, j Among the Imported nuts the most"vnl piano accompaniment by Mrs, Chas. ualile are tho Ilrnxll nut, the cocoa- nut, the pistachio nnd the IltchI nut. Burdette. The meeting was then adjourned for the social hour and delicious reClassified Advertisements freshments were served on the back 17 porch, giving all the beautiful view Try our classified advertisements, of the hills. If you spend jour earnings you cannot sue. If you purchase Five cents a Tho "second meeting of the Prog- They bring results. more than your tarnings you will eventually get in debt. ress Club was held September 23 nt line; minimum charge, twenty-fiv- e A dollar now is worth about 40c in purchasing power. It is the home of Mrs. Leslie Adams. Re- cents. to your vital interest to make it buy all it will. It is our pleasure sponse at Roll Call, "News of the to give you at all times the best value, and to that end we have OCTOBER 4Tn eliminated the expensive delivery and credit system. Stage and Screen." Mrs. Ellen The ladies of tho First Presbyterian We will sell until stock ii exhausted: Mitchell read an interesting paper on "The Orgin of the Moving Pic-- 1 Church of Richmond will serve a de Gold Dust Flour, 24 lb tack. $1.80 ture Show and How Films are Pro- licious dinner, Court Day, October 6 lbs. Granulated Sugar 1.00 4th, at Masonic Temple. duced." Mrs. Elmer Moore also read 1 lb. pkg. Arbuckles' Steel Cut Coffee .39 an interesting paper, "Is the Picture Best Santos Peaberry Coffee, per lb Stray Mule Colt A black mule 45 Show Having a Tendency to Exclude A good Reo Coffee, per lb. colt may be had by owner by calling Other Things from the Stage?" 25 6 cakes Arrow Borax Soap The meeting was then adjourned for on Jesse Pigg (ind paying for keep 24 the social hour and dainty refresh- and for this advertisement. Rolled Oats, 1 4 lb. package 15 ments. A good Chum Salmon, per can 20 SEED WnEAT FOR SALE Next Club Meeting will be held nt Bacon, Faultless, per lb 50 Marvelous seed wheat for sale at the homo of Mrs. W. II. Bower, of By the piece, per lb 47 $3.00 per bushel. A. H. Kidd, Wal Richmond, 'Ky., October eight. Your valued patronage will be appreciated. nut Meadow Pike. JACKSON STREET AGAIN ! FOR RENT Main Street It is with no sense of egotism nor Rooms furnished or unfurnished a desire to get public notice, that we WE PAY CASH FOR EGGS AT MARKET PRICES again report some of the activities for roomers or light of the Jackson Street League. The E. L, Fcese, 49 Center street, Berea, , Jackson Street League, which has Ky. in the famous Miama Valley, the ; But when you find him, he soon been in existence for about four years, "corn belt" of Ohio. So if you want can tell is endeavoring to foster cooperation, WANTED A woman ns. a house to lcavo the State, see us before Who has the cheapest farms to sell. ncighborllncss, and general street im- keeper. Washings "sent out. Address Box 117, Berca, Ky, you go, and we will "put you next 1" provement. Some weeks ngo wo had t.f. Como on to us, well help yon find a lawn picnic, which brought all the A house or farm to suit your mind. Tho "beautiful spring" has cone WANTED To trade "Red" Tarn citizens of the street together for a and gone; regular out of doors "feed." Mon- worth pigs nnd hogs for 200 February Respectfully, and March hatches of Rhode Island Tho wheat is threshed; we've latd day afternoon of last week tho maRed pullets. Pigs and hogs traded on by corn; DEAN & HERNDON. jority of the male members of tho basis of thirty cents a pound for And now tho rovers are beginning League gathered at the end of tho registered, doubly cholera Immuncd to roam, street, near tho properties of Davis g breeding stock. Ref To rent a house or buy a home. and Fish, and worked to the cast-en- erences given nnd required. Quote Scythes, hoes, shovels and prices on pullets. Henderson Forest They are searching the couatry wheelbarrows were used In cutting Fnrm, R. F. D. No. 1, BInnch, N. C. far and near the tall grass and weeds, digging FOR SALE For a good location for next year; and hauling surplus dirt, and, In fact, Jno. F. Dean J. W. HenriM They want a place near town, as doing whatever was necessary to ima rule, witk prove the condition of tho street. Whcro thoy can put their children nnd Tho work ceased nt six o'clock, in school, Scruggs, Welch & Gay DEAN & HERNDON tho laborers gathered on tho lawn nt husAnd where tho grown-upDealers In Real Estate, Berea, Ky. the home of Secretary Vaughn, where REAL ESTATE ACENTS band and wife, tho ladles had prepared hamburgers, Cnn get tho most pleasure out of Berea, Kentucky jelly sandwiches, coffee, nnd other aplife. petizing things. Wo enjoy such exWe are still selling real estate. Do periences and believe that a greater you want a good Blue Grasa farm? F. L. MOORE'S Berca is the placo where you want neighborly spirit enn bo fostered by Wo have it I Want a small farm near to be, theso cooperative means. Berea? Yes, wo have itl Want a And Dean & Ilerndbn tho men to houso and lot in Berca? Come oa; see; we can furnish it I Want a vacant You will find John Dean still at lot or unimproved land? Come oa FOR The Bank; to us I His grub being short, ho'a lean First Class Repairing FOR We have just revised our list of and lank. deproperty, and havo added many AND Ilcrndon keeps up his rambling sirable farms and houses ln town. In around; Fin Line of Jewelry addition to our local business we have His office Is "any old place" In town. rMAIN ST. Telephone 68 BEREA, KY Ky. for sale a number of desirable farms Berea, AnnUtlcc Dny8 of tho tcst of thc most lmprclve nnil momornl)lc tr,otc functIon , which Amcrl. mM cver pnrtWpfttc(1 nmI onc (Ic. glRnC(, to live in history as an epochal mcstonc in the nntIon.s fc. It is planned thnt not only members of the Legion but nil Ico persons nnd the next of kin of those who died or lost their lives in. battle, will join their comrades and their countrymen in n united tribute, to the spirit of America and the anniversary of the dny In 1918 which marked that spirit's supreme achievement. Forms may be had from the Posti Commander. These forms must be In by October 2. F. B. G -' Get one of these miniature Liberty Bells to drop your pin money In nt home it counts fast towards success. GET ONE OF OUR LIBERTY HELL HANKS Berea National Bank JOHN L. GAY, Cashier I JOHN W. WELCH, President We Pay the Top Price for Eggs and Butter great-interes- t Hensley & Cornett Economy ' R R. HARRIS house-keepin- prize-winnin- d. List Your Property s, W. F. KIDD Real Estate Jewelry Store t September 30, 1020 THE CITIZEN JACKSON COUNTY SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITY Page Fire The Citizen A family fufclUhH LEAGUE AGRICULTURAL FAIRS U right Newipapcr for nil thai true, and Interesting F.ftry TharidiT, at Dtrra, Kf, BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Incorporated) WM. O. FROST, Edltor.ln-CiU- I J. O. LEHMAN, Mniln( Editor Thrt. On Bl Month. Month! Yr SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYAtlLE IN AI1VANCE 11,10 , roit-nfllt. . q 8rnd mnn.r hy of F.iprr" Montr On!r, Htaft. Ilrtbttrril Lttr, or en and two tent iLmr-iThe datrfaftrr your name on Llxl howi to what date your lubirrlption U raid. If It It not chanrrl within thrtt wtiki after rentwal, notify ut. MLilnr numhert will It gladly (applied If w are notified. Liberal trrmt lrn to any who obtain new tubicrlptlant for ut. Anyone ttndln four yearly tubitrfptlont can reetlre at The Cltlirn free for one year. AdYtrtlilni ratrt on application. Foref.n AHv.rtt.intf linr.ntatu AMI. UR AN IW.SS ASSOCIATION G THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS It Organization Prof. J. It. Robertson Tho scries of articles of which this is tho fourth Is not being written with tho thought or purpose of votes one wny or the other. Tho writer is talcing tho opportunity to explain, as well as he Is able, the greatest proposition which has ever been submitted to the American that is n far higher aim. Tho Covenant of the League itself Is tho authority for all statements and it, alone, is tho only source from which correct and rcllnblo views may bo had. To secure "international cooperation and to achieve ".international peace and security," n machinery of organization is necessary. As was shown In tho last artlclo tho Covenant of tho Lcaguo provides for an "international court of justice," permanent In its nature and superior to anything previously in existence. Behind this court stands tho Leaguo ready to make its decrees effective and to supplement its work In a roultitudo of ways. Tho court of justice as planned could not exist except for the Lcaguo. Every effort in tho past to create such a permanent court has failed because there was no method found for selecting tho judges. Tho jealousies of nations toward ono another prevented. Tho organisation of tho nations Into an Assembly and a Council has (Continued on page 3) T'- - Extends Invitation to Iterea Organizations and Groups to Form School nnd agricultural fairs wcro Community Council held In Jackson county last week, beginning Monday and ending SaturThe Civic League of Bcren, which day. A fair was held In each educahas rendered such useful serv-ico tional division. These fairs wcro to the community In the past, hns successful beyond anything that tho promoters hnd expected. Not only reorganized nnd Is starting on n The was there largo crowds of people, but further enreer of usefulness. includtho exhibits were fine, and tho spirit constitution hns been revised, from the that the people showed was vyy ing the change In name Community Civic League to the commenunuie. League. The nlm of the organization No less than 3.000 persons left' will be to coopcrnto with existing their homes nnd their work nnd ngencies in working, for nil progresgathered at their respective fairs. sive movements nnd In looking nftcr The day was spent in looking nt tho such neetis ns are not Included In the displays of fruits, vegetables, grains,' programs of organizations nlrcndy at livo stock, needle work, etc., and in work. watching the processions of children! At n meeting held in the Baptist and patrons from the schools of the Church last Sunday afternoon the division. It is needless to say that' constitution printed below wns adopt there was an nbundancc of good ed. It is reproduced here to remind things to ent when the noon hourj the community what the League came. stands for. All arc invited and Tho mnnnging editor of The Clti-- I urged to join. It menns progress attending nnd zen had tho pleasure of improvement for Bercn. The four of these fnlrs nnd getting nc- -l first regular monthly meeting will qualnted with the good people. A be held Tuesdny evening, October 5, full report cannot be given this week,) nt 7:30, in the Baptist church, un as wo have not received a list of the' less other announcements nrc made " We hope to have this to the contrary. for next week nnd nt that time shall, Special nttention Is called to Ar have more to soy about tho impres- tlclo C. Many students of affairs sion that these fairs made on us. in Bcren hnve recognized the need of the efforts of of n the various working groups working FATAL AUTO ACCIDENT for tho improvement of tho community. Bcren is toot nlone In this A very snd accident occurred Satsituation. Every village nnd city in urday evening on the Lexington pike, the country has hnd the experience near Richmond, when the enr of Wal- of finding Itself overworked in some lace Gilbert turned turtle. Mr. and fields nnd overlooked In others beMrs. Gilbert were in the enr and their cause each group has been content bother, Joe Gilbert. The men wcro to go it nlone without regarding the nnd escaped thrown out of the enr plans nnd efforts of other people. serious Injury, though they were bad-l- y Moreover, the pet project of many shnken up. Mrs. Gilbert was an organization has failed when, for caught under the car nnd seriously the good of the community, it should though it wns thought that she hurt, hnve succcdcd because those outside would recover. She seemed to be inv tho organization regarded It as none nnd wns able on Tuesday to proving of their business and did not get sit with tho family nt the table. Her behind it." The Community Council suddenly worso became condition furnished In way by which every Tuesday evening from some Internal project worthy of the community's injury and she lived but n short effort will have the backing of all time. the organizations nnd nil the peoMrs. Gilbert wns tho daughter of ple, so for as such a thing is possiJune C. Armstrong on tho Dixie ble nt nil. Highway nnd n sister to Mrs. Joe It Is hoped by he Community Gilbert. She was widely known and League that tho most careful con loved, nnd her death came not only sideration will bo given the plan by ns a great shock to her many friends, every organization in Berea. A com but as n distinct loss to tho mittee has been appointed to extend the invitation to the various organization and groups and to explain to them fully what itsls intended and hoped to accomplish. prize-winner- s. 4. The reporter shall givo due publicity to nil meetings nnd shall be the advertising agent for special cnmpnlgns. He is nuthority to namo n committco to assist him. D. H. Smith W. W. Rominger ARTICLE VI COMMUNITY COUNCIL Smith full Rominger Funeral Directors 1. The Community League of Berea shall Invite other organizations nnd groups of the community to unite with it in the crcntion of a Community Council which shnll serve as n medium through which the orgnnizn-tion- s nnd citizenship of Bcren enn coopcrnto more fully In their work for community progress. The Coun cil shnll undertake to harmonize nnd build tho programs of tho various organizations nnd tho wishes of the citizens, as nearly as they can be lenrned, Into n comprehensive com munity program, this program to be carried out by existing agencies and such other agencies ns may be created to meet the needs of tho community. The functions of the Council In Its relation to the organizations to bo represented upon it shnll be purely advisory, depending only upon tho wisdom of Its decisions nnd the concurrence of public opinion for enrrying its decisions into effect. 2. Membership In tho Council shall consist of three members at lnrge, elected by the community meeting, nnd one represcntntive from each of the organizations nnmed be low nnd from such other organizations as may be invited by n two- thirds vote of the Council to par ticipate. Those selectocf by organizations or groups shnll be from their own membership and shnll be chosen during tho month of October each year to serve for ono year or until n successor is chosen. The Council shall be organized for scrvico as soon after November the first qs practicable each year. The folowing or ganizations and groups shall be invited to elect representatives on tho Community Council: Tho Community League The Woman's Club The Progress Club Wc are now open for business with a line of burial supplies. Auto and Horse Drawn Hearses. Embalming. Calls Answered Day or Night. In The Concrete Block between J. M. Coyle C& Co. and H. C. Pennington, on Chestnut Street. Phone 130 Berea, en tucky Tho City Council The officers of the Community Council shnll be chairman, and secretnry, who shall be chosen nt the nnnunl comunity meet3. fied after the Council is formed, if so desired, provided no essential prin- ciple contained therein is violated). ARTICLE VII EXECUTIVE OF COMMUNITY LEAGUE OF BEREA Tho Executive Committee of the Community Leaguo of Berea shall consist of the four elective officers of tho Lcaguo and fivo other members elected from tho membership of the League. The Executivo Committee shall elect the other standing- committees of the League. ARTICLE VIII OTHER STANDING COM-MITTE- E - cil. ing from the personnel of the CounProvided, that the .Council when first chosen shall make n temporary organization to function until such time as the community meeting may bo held. Tho Red Cross The Business Men Tho Public School Berea College Tho Union Church The Christian Church The Baptist Church The Methodist Church The American Legion Tho G. A. R. The Board of Health 4. The Council may decide upon its own frequency of meeting. Special meetings may be called by the chairman or nny five members. Meetings of special groups of citiCOMMITTEES zens may be called when necessary to 1. There shall be six standing carry on special lines of work. committees nppolnted by tho Execuarrange for tive Committee as follows: Law nnd 5. The Council shall an nnnual community meeting nt Order, Beauty and Sanitation, Child which timo reports shall be made on Welfare Civic Reform, Education, the progress of the town. At this and General Publicity. 2. A spirit of mutual unity and cotime projects for the ensuing year operation shall be maintained among shall bo presented and voted upon. Such projects ns nre adopted shnll be- all committees. come a part of the working program ARTICLE IX DUTIES OF STANDING COMMITTEES of the Council. All citizens of BeThe Law and Order Committee rea, whether members of any organization represented ojithe Council or ! shall direct its attention toward tho not, shall be entitled to propose proj- suppression of all lawlessness, such ects, debate and voto in the annual j as intemperance, immorality, gamb community meeting. (Note: Article ling, vice resorts, saDDam uesecrauun, of VI is a tentative constitution repre- tnisconduct or senting the basis upon which the duty of officers, and all other misdeCommunity League of Berea invites meanors. This committee shall aid the other organizations to join It in and assist the civil authorities In the the formation of a Community Coun- detection and prosecutions of all (Continued on Page Eight) cil. This constitution may be modi Auction Sale Thursday, Oct 340 Thin In CONSTITUTION OF THE COMMUNITY LEAGUE OF BEREA, KENTUCKY ARTICLE I NAME The name of this oganization shall be "The Community League of Berea, Kentucky. ARTICLE II PURPOSE The aim of this organization Is to effect the civic improvement of Be rea and its environs; to enlist all forces for the moral, mental, social and physical culture of Its citizenship; to develop nctivity In all that relates to law and order, beauty and 8nnitntion, child welfare, civic reform, education and general public ity; to agitnto nnd arouso public sent iment ngainst nil commercialized evils; to constitute n medium through which the citizenship of Keren can work in cooperation with the city authorities in all matters of n civic nature; to proffer cooperation with all existing organizations to promote nnd build civic righteousness greater Berea. ARTICLE III MEMBERSHIP Any person over twenty years of ago who con subscribe to tho conditions set forth In Artido II, shall bo eliglblo to membership in the Com munity League. ARTICLE TV OFFICERS Tho elective officers of tho Community Lcnguo shall bo president, secretary-treasurand reporter. They shall bo elected for ono year by n majority voto of tho members present at tho annual meeting, nnd shnll hold office until their successors nrc chosen. ARTICLE V DUTIES OF OFFICERS 1. Tho president shall prcsido at nil meetings and shall bo a member of all standing committees. 2. The shall preside in tho nbsenco of tho president. 3. Tho secretary shall keep n correct record of the proceedings of all meetings, which shall bo read at the noxt regular meeting. Ho shall attend tn nil correspondence, no shall bo tho custodian of nil pledges and money contributed to tho Community League, and shall pay out snmo only by order of tho president acting under tho nuthority of tho Executive He Is nuthorlzed to cnmpnlgns. of all receipts and disbursements at each regular monthly meeting. er WE ANNOUNCE 7 A FUR SALE EXTRAORDINARY At 10:00 o'clock a. m., Rain or Shine 1- -2 Acre Farm in Four Tracts L. E. GRIGGS Subdivided Friday and Saturday The Well Known Firm of 1 of cultivation. one of Madlnin county's bcht farms and in n high state Is 10 miles east of Richmond and 2 miles north of College Hill, on College Hill and Waco turjipike, and known as THE FARM, Rosenberg & Company 96 Fifth Avenue, New York City now owned by I). T. Bogle, Walter Wells nnd John New land. Tho purple of this sale Is to settle up the partnership of the owners. Thin In a fine corn, hemp and tobacco farm. In fact, will grow anything that can be grown in Kentucky, and is well located on good pike, close to good schools, churches, bank, stores; blacksmith shop nnd mill. Is well watered and fenced, with two sets of good , Improvements on it. Represented by Mr. J. Fine, will have on Exhibition at Our Store A $10,000 STOCK LADIES HIGH GRADE COATS Mink, Seal, Marmot. COATEES-Se- al, and Kolinsky. Matched Sett or Separate Scarfs, Muffs Stoles, Capes and Capees Which will be offered to the Berea Public Tract No. 1 contains C9i acres, has good road frontnge and building site. This tract over half in old blue grass sod; balance In corn and tobacco broke out of sod this year. house, nlmost new, Tract No. 2 contains 145 acres with tobacco barn. good cistern anil outbuildings, orchnrd nnd 100 ncres in grass, ready for tho plow, balance in corn and tobneco. Trnct No. new 3 Mink contains 89 house nnd acres, nil in grass, and timber, has tobacco bum Just completed and necessary outbuildings. Trnct No. I contains 30 ncres with long piko frontage, nnd a beautiful building site, nnd is nil in gross. This farm will bo sold on easy terms, and it will pay you to go look it over before tho day of snle. Walter Wells nnd J. F. Nowlnml, 6n tho place, will gladly show you, over tho place. For further particulars, sco D. T. Bogle, It. D. 1, Richmond, Ky., phone Kirksville, 5 ring 1. At Great Reductions Every piece in this enormous line is a sample number, which will be closed out, regardless of cost or value, rather than return samples to headquarters. Take advantage of the most timely opportunity and secure the highest grade furs on the market at a saving of 50 percent less than the regular retail price. Kindly Note on Sal Friday At United Realty & Development Co, P. WTWelli, Msaager, Lancsiter, Ky. and Saturday Only Jennie B. Fish Co. Berea, Ky. On Sal on October 8th and 9th Only rRc six THE CITIZRN IMNOVED UNIfOlM INTEMATIOrUL September .10, 1025 MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator SUNMYSCIWOL (lly HKV. 1' U, HIT7.W.VTKII, O. D Twirlier of Knglluli IliMe In the Mdody lllblo Initltulc of C'hliago) (CB. H0. Wmlifa V.w,r!.r Union ) CAMPAIGN FOR BETTER SIRES TRAP NEST IS QUITE USEFUL Tendi to Tame Blrdt and Increase Ego Production Eliminate! Unprofitable Hen. Owntit Purebred Anlmalt Take Generoui Pride In Progrest of the Movement. of Lesson G. W. Durham's Fine 135-Ac- re Hvcry mall received ly the bureau A trnp nest Is n laying nest so arof nnlmal Industry, United State de- ranged that after n lien enters It ohe partment of Hcrlrultiire, shown the Is confined until after reloaded by the readiness with which farmers nml nnlattendant. mal broilers In Reneral are When possible It Is advisable to Inp In cnrrylnc out Ihe "IVtter Sires trap nest the layers for the following lletter Slock" rHinimlgn. reasons: The letters fhow thnt the owners of 1. To tnme the birds, thereby tend purebred lres tnko n penerous and Ing toward Increased egg production, proier prlile In Ihe progress of the 2. To furnish definite knowledge One concerning traits and habits of Indl campaljm In their commuiilty. letter reeently received contained the. vlduals. following advertisement clipped from 3. To furnish the only satisfactory n county nowfpaper published In basis for utility or other breeding. : 4. To eliminate the nonproductive "Don't hreed to scrubs fetrh your hen. big cow.i to Victory farms service 5. To add mechanical precision to free. Judgment nnd experience In develop to I)e Kol t'letje Ing nnd maintaining the utility of n Tor milk: Hreed Dickens. Sire: Woodcrest flock. Charles Unnn I'letje. Dam: Daisy I.o I'olko . De Kol III "For beef: Ilreod to Cnrdlnpton PROVIDE FOWLS PURE WATER Holt Kill Svke. Sire: Cardlncton No Excuse for Permitting Them to Drink Impurities From Puddles-Ca- use l'enn-sylvnnl- n (Uolstetn-Krleslnn)- LESSON FOR OCTOBER 3 THE BIRTH AND CHILDHOOD OF JESUS. I.KSflON TUXT-Mattli- ew 2: MS dOI.DHN TBXT Thou hU coll his rmme Jmiih, for he thnll save his peopl from tlielr aim. Mutt. 1:21. Mlcnh. CI, ImUv Farm Subdivided Also a Lot of Personalty At Public Auction on the Premises ADDITIONAL MATKllIAlIsA. J:lMj 1 dnil 1 IMtlMAIir TOIMC-T- he Wins Men Visit Ilia Child Jesus. JUNIOIl TOt'lC-T- he Chlt.1 Jesus From a Wlrko.1 Kins;. IKTKItMKDlATK AND SKNIOIl TOl'IC -- Tin ConilnK of the KHik. yous'n n:opr.K and Tne KlnK Comes na n Little ChlM. adult topic Saturday, October 9, 1920 At 1:30 p. m. Sharp This splendid farm one of the best in tlit section of the State is located in the Kast Knd of Lincoln county on the Crab Orchard and Lancaster Turnpike, ijj miles N'orth ol Crab Orchard, a N. K. R., where all trams stop and about one mile from the famous Crab Orchard station on the 1.. Springs, a noted health resort. Pike runs through the farm and the old Richmond road, which is mostly gravelled, bounds two sides of it. Churcji and school at opposite corners of farm and easy walking distance of Crab Orchard Graded School, no tax to pay just outside. and you can run an automobile all Level to gently rolling just enough lor natural drainage over it. 45 acres in corn; 4 acres in tobacco; 35 acres in stubble; 25 acres in wood lot; 26 aero in blue grass and meadow. Enough timber for general (arm ue, including Are wood, which is quite an item, fur all time to come. A fine lay out for wheat, corn and tobacco crops for next year. y brick and frame residence, halls and porches, chicken Improvements: Nice house, double crib, fine hiproof stock barn, 32x64, and iG feet to caves, 35 feet to tjdge, built ol dressed oak, matched drop siding and painted, on concrete foundation with galvanized metal roof and cupola. Fine water well and cistern at dwelling, everlasting spring, ponds, I)i. River, etc. Well fenced and cross fenced. The owner has always prided himself on good fencing. Most of tliis farm is as rich as they make them, about the right six? in these days of scarce labor, the Tight distance from town, on one of the best pike in the county, and much traveled gravel county road, surrounded by the best ol neighbors, etc., nil of which makes it an exceedingly desirable iatni, one oi the very best locations in the county and a place you will be proud to call HOMlv. The owner is a and has instructed us toSKLI. Someone is going to get a bargain. Hoys, you can't go wrong on one like this. Look her over carefully, meet us there on sale day, SATURDAY, OCTOHKR 9th, at 1:30 I. M., and pound your bids at her and you might be the lucky one to own it. A lot ol personal property consisting of farming implements, Itouscltold goods, etc., will be offered for sale immediately after the sale of the farm. This farm is up and selling for the HIGH DOLLAR with possession January ist, 1921. two-stornon-reside- of Diseases. urf not very discriminating regard to water, nnd appear to enjoy drinking from puddles of foul writer Just as much as from pure and wholesome sources. Thnt Is no excuse for permitting them to do so. however, nnd the Impurities In such water often cause serious loe;. Fowls In CINCINNATI MARKETS. Rapid Improvement in Herds Is Seen Where Purebred Sire Is at Its Head. Klackjnck. Hay and Grain. Corn No. 2 white ?li01.27, No. 3 whito $l.2lfj'liU No 2 Wlow $1.2rt. No. 2 mixed $1.22 1.23, No. 3 mixed $1.2001.22, white ear $1.2iei.20. Sound Hay Timothy per ton 31.M, clover mixed $232S.r0. Oats No. 2 white GOfltUc, No. 3 white MfiCOc, No. 2 mixed 5S& -U Dam: ). Jennie of Olen-yang- y tl!Hc. (Aberdeen-Angus- "Will pay $25 for heifer calves bred by either one of these sires when delivered at Victory farms. " , Owner." The owner of this farm explains by letter that be also malntnlns purebred boars and that the service of these animals Is free to neighboring farms. This Is but one lnstnnce In which the owner of better sires has offered their advantages to his neighbors free of charge. The fact that the owner of the sires is willing to buy the heifer calves bred from his purebred bulls Is on Indication of the Increased profits that may be realized by the owner of a scrub or grade herd when be has put n purebred sire at its head. It shows that the value of the progeny of a purebred sire and a grade dam Is so well established In the minds of the best informed nmong breeders that they are willing to pay a much higher rate for this progeny than for a calf with grade parents In both the sire and the dam. It further Illustrates the rapidity of Improvement In a herd which has a purebred sire at Its head. Wheat No. 2 red ?2.r!)G"G0. No. 3 rod $2.57(6 Butter, Eggs and Poultry. llutter Whole uillk creamery extras Glc, tirsts 5Cc seconds 55c fancy dairy 47c Eggs F.xtru tlrxts 8Sc, Bret Stk. or dluary tirsts 51c Live Poultry Krollers. 2 lbs and over 33c; fowls, 4 lbs and over 35c; under 3 lbs 25c: rooters 21c Live Stock. Cattle Steers, good to choice $11.50 C14, fair to good $8 10.50. common to fair $."r8, heifers, good to cholre $!)11.5U. fair to good $7fi0, com mon to fair $1.5097, runners $3.50 4.25, stock holfers $5.507. Calves Cood to choice $13-r0&- $11.50114. Hogsr-Selected fair to good $14?1S.50, common and large $U12. Sheep Good to choice $090.50, fair to good $4iG, common $1.5093, lambs, good to choice $14471 fair to good heavy shippers $17fi 17.50, butchers $17 50. medium "heavy fat $17.50, common to choice ows SIO'i U.50. van shippers $17.50 17.75. pi?. (110 lbs unJ les) S10&14. Boosting Your Bank Account FARMERS must stand together under strong leaders if they are to continue to make money. Because of the wrong idea among some city people that they are profiteers, they must fight for a just profit. In our own county this bank will continue to advance your interests. Nationally the strong voice that is speaking for the American farmer today is TEe COUNTRY To know how to meet GENTLEMAN changing conditions, every farmer will need thu treat farm weekly -- YOU will need it. And the helpful information you will receive isin the next sues can save or earn for you a hundred dollars to odd to your savings. fifty-two For your convenience, we will take your subscription and forward it. Just telephone us and say: "Charge my account one dollar for The Country Gentleman:" or If you haven't a deposit here come In and get Since we now have six months of In the Gospel according to Matthew, every teacher should crnsp the book as n whole and present each lesson In Its relation to the central purpose of the book. The central theme of Matthew Is Jesus Christ the King hope. the fultlller of the I. The Birth of the King (1 The Messiah was to bo the seed of a woman the son of n virgin (Gen. 3:15: Isn. 7:14). This was fultllled In the birth of Jesus. The genealogy as given In Matthew 1:1-1- 7 shows his legal right to the throne; but had he been thnt only, he could not havo been the Savior from sin. lie must be both human anil, divine (Isn. 0:7). The Messiah was begotten by the Holy Ghost nnd born of the Virgin Mary, thus becoming Iinmanuel, which. term means In nil It.s fulness, God for us; God with us; God In us. II. The Magi Seek Israel's King (1:1. 2). The King had a most heartless, reception. The kingdom was not ready for him. Ills advent was borahlcd by a star which guided souls from a foreign nation to seek ami worship him, pouring out their gifts to him. These wise men were either Arabian or l'er-slnastrologers, students of tho stars. The appearance of an unusual star attracted their attention. Perhaps they were acquainted with tho famous prophecy of Italnam (Num. 24 :17). Doubtless through the Influence of the Jews ubo remained In Ctmldon, or the direct Influence of Daniel uxteiidlug to this time, .they bad become ac quainted with the hope of a Messiah. The light they had was dim, but they lived up to tho best they bad. To thoso who act uixm the liest light they hnve. God always gives more. Tu those who refuse to act upon the knowledge given, God not only refuses to give more, but brings Into confusion that which they already iHH.-r-t (Matt. 25: 2S). III. Herod Seeking to Kill the King (vv. .IS). The news brought by the Magi struck terror to Herod's heart-- He was not alone In this, for alt Jerusalem was troubled with him. 'The news ought to buve brought Joy. A glimpse at the social customs In nnd about Jerusalem at that time, will enable us to understand why this news brought uneasiness to the people. They were living In the greatest of luxury. Fine dresses, sumptuous feasts, tine bouse, etc., led to gross Immorality. Wo can thus readily see why Herod and nil Jerusalem should be troubled. They did not want n Savior who would save them from their alns; they want-wto continue In them. Herod demanded of the priests and scribes Information ns to where Christ should be They .soon were able to tell born. him, showing that they hail n technical knowledge of the Scriptures, but no heart for the Savior set forth therein. The luxurlousness of the wealthy, the frivolities of the fnshlonioWng, nnd the gross Immoralities to which they lead, make Jesus Christ unwelcome In many quarters today. IV. The King Found (vv. 1)12). The Magi having obtained the desired Information, started Immediately to find the King. As soon as they left the city, the star which bad guided them from the East appeared again to lead them on. When they found him, they worshiped him. Note God's s overruling providence in all this. of years before, the Prophet said that Christ should come forth from Ilethlehem (Mlcnh f:2). God so ordered that Mary should be brought to the city to give birth to Christ. God ordered that the Magi should depart another way, thereby defeating Herod's wicked purpose. The gifts of these wlso men, God put Into the hands of Joseph nnd Mary before going to Egypt. Doubtless they served n good purpose In meeting their expenses during their stay there. V. The King Protected (vv. To escape Herod'n wicked aim, God directed Joseph to take Mary and tho child Jesus nnd Dee to Egypt. In obedience to the heavenly vision, he went and remained until Herod's death. study :lS-25- n Terms libewl and made known on day of sale. Mr. II. G. Ski I us, at the Crab Orchard bank, will take great pleasure in showing this farm to any prospective buyer before sale day. For full particulars, see, write or phone cither H. G. Skilcs at tho Crab Orchard bank, or . I Hughes & McCarty Col. J. B. Dinwiddie on the Block STANFORD, KENTUCKY Stop, Look, Read and J. located 4 miles south of Kingston on east side of Richmond and Big Hill pike, in Madison County, Kentucky, and known as the John Lakes farm, consisting of M-Hignite, We will subdivide the farm belonging to J. L. d 342 Acres of Land Sale will begin promptly at 10:00 o'clock a. m. on the premises Wednesday, October 6 IMPROVEMENTS: Consist of one splendid dwell ing, two barns, garage, crib and necessary out buildings. This farm is well fenced, has plenty of water and a large frontage on the pike. 7-room Hun-dred- Always Cots $1.00; Often Saves $100.00 Berea National Bank BEREA, KENTUCKY Capital and Surplus $70,000. S In Giving Alms. thine alms Inquire not so much into the person, as his nece sit y. God looks not no much 011 the merits of him that requires, an to the manner of him that relieves, If the man deserve not, thou hast Riven to Quarles. humanity. In KlviiiK of AT THE SAME TIME WE WILL SELL 3 Cows, Four Years Old. 75 Acres of Corn. 3 Jersey Cows. 8 Acres Tobacco, housed. 1 Red Cow. 40 Tons Choice Timothy Hay in Stack. 1 Pair Horse Mules, 16 Hands High. 60 Bales of Clover and Timothy Hay. 1 Farm Horse. Bales of Oats. 100 1 Ford Touring Car, '18 Model. 1 Saddle Horse, Extra Good. NEW:-Consi- sting of Mower, Hay Rake, Disc Harrow, FARMING IMPLEMENTS ALL 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 J. U Cay, Phone 135 Think of Our Own Sin. 80 long as wu are full of self wt are shocked at the faults of other. Let us think often of our own slnn, and we shall be lenleut to the sins of others. Kenelon. Scruggs, Welch & Gay REAL ESTATE AGENTS Col. Jesc Cobb, Auction.r Bar, Kentucky Soptombcr 30, 1020 THE CITIZEN Pa jo Soyen Wednesday, Oct. 6 10:00 o'clock 180 Acres of Best Garrard County Land Subdivided THE FARM OF J. C. MORGAN AT AUCTION 5'miles of Lancaster. ,lf ,,. ,,.,1KMP of "Hiin.i (lMii-v.Hwitrcrinml, formerly tlio Hotel Nntlnnnl. 3 stl.ii jliimir) rnnrrnl in Arhi.iri..t. ..f Ml .Tim.iIMnrin. Iioml of Hip Itoil CT-rmri-c.irp. who died In Krone. M,ltl1,,w''f pre-- . ht.d l.v (!,. ' ""' of flyimmlli. KiiRlBiid, to n rupreswitntlve of former ( rlii- - MiurfliHrrr AiuUmunhir I'ru tw ,n n.,rj .!, I.i.tl.m. 1 - if On the Gooch pike, one mile of Point Leavell and railroad station, In good neighborhood, fine farming section of Garrard County, and close to splendid schools and churches. . NEWS REVIEW OF quetln Mi nl'l Im exempt from the Jurlwll tlmi uf tin league. CURRENT EVENTS Council of League of Nations Has Stopped One War and Header Off Another. ITS FRIENDS ARE ELATED Opponents of Covenant Alto Find an Argument for a Lodge Retervatlon Polei and Ruulans Talk Peace While Latter Lote Ditties Guerrilla Warfare In Ireland. Dy EDWARD W. PICKARD. Ilolli'vcnt In the League of Nations nrc much elntii! by tliu results of the council ninth fccntilim of tlio which fiidtil In 1'nrls early In the ck. Ily (llplmnntlc presentation of fnct and nrpitiunt. tin- - council four nations, which were on the verge of engaging In two warn, to nerve to peaceful Fvttlemeiit of their difference. In one of the cases, Indeed, hostilities nlrendy hnd hroken out. This whs the ense of l'olnnd nnd Tlit'M two tuitions conI.lthunnlii. sented to suipend hostilities limnetll-ntelpending n settlement of their dispute which Imtli sides will ncrept. In this settlement the I en cue council will he represented hy Count Qulmmes to do Leon, Spfltilsh nmhnssndor Frnnce. nnd Ilnron Kelshlro Mntsul. Japanese vice foreign minister. When tho council meets In October, It Is expected, nt least n tentntlvc decision will be ready for Its npproral. Tho council had almost given tip hope of arranging this settlement when, on the last day of the session, Ignace I'aderewsUI, head of the I'oll&h delegation, suddenly nrose nnd In n dramatic speech declared his country was enger for peace with I.lthuanlu nnd believed the latter nation also desired peace. SI. Woldemor and other Lithuanian delegates oroe, strode across tho room and warmly tfiook linnds with tho Poles, while the room rang with cheers. Woldemor declared his confldenco In the fairness of the council nnd said he would nbldo by Its decision. Sweden's dispute with Finland over possession of the Aland Islands wns the other matter which It was believed was put In n fair way to bo decided without recourso to arms. Tho Klnns offered a reservation which created some doubt at first, but this, It appeared, was mado for technlcnl nnd would not offer any dltllculty which could not be surmounted. Neither nation, It wus pointed out by league olllclals, was legally bound to accept tho decision of tho league, hut both nre monilly obligated to do so, nnd If n settlement enn be offered that Is bncked by public opinion, tho governments cannot well refuo to concur. A commission was appointed to Inquire Into tho merits of tho dispute. y ren-eo- Japaneae lender hsiYe Mlimut oeHseil to hot for a settlement of the Immigration llnile while tho ptwent administration Is In Kwer, nnd their rlmnci-- s for fnvnrable action under tho next administration are si it i. Following up the declarations mado by Senator llnrdlnc. Governor Cox 1ms telling tho I'hcIHo const ptyple that he believes they nro right! In wishing tn exclude tho Japanese. It miiis certain that tho next administration, whether Itepuhllenn or Democratic, will be prpstvd to termlnnte the prevent treaty with Jnpnn, so thnt exWith Califorclusion may be lea-nnia's apparent determination to adopt additional restrictive legislation, the race ipiosllon on tho const becomes more serious dolly; but wise nnd well Informed pemms. In both America nnd Jnpnn. Iiiitv little four that It will result In war. In accordance with nn ngreoment made Inst July between Japan nnd Asiatic Ituosln, the Japanese wnr has evacuated khabnrovsk nnd the only Jaonee garrisons left In Siberia nre nt Vlndlvostok nnd along the Usurl railway. Asiatic Itussln, It Is sold, has agreed to preserve tho peace, to maintain friendly relations with Jnpnn and to abolish communism. I lfn l. of-tlr- e Opponents of tho lenguo found In this Aland tslnnds enso fresh argument to support their belief that the league covenant, ns It stands, given the council tho chanco to do Just what the supporters of tlio Lodge reservations feared to Interfere In domestic They point out tlmt questions. contended that tho Aland Island dispute Is n Finnish domestic, not an Internntlonnl, question and Hint tho league hnd no Jurisdiction thereof. Tho league council rejected the Finnish contention, pronounced the question Internntlonnl nnd appointed tho commission. There Is In tho covenant, soy the objectors, no guarantee that the council would not pronounce tho present controversy between Jnpan and the United States over Immigration nn International question subject to Its Jurisdiction; nnd If Jnpan should submit tho dlsputo to the league, us Is suggested In that country, the United States would bo In an awkwnrd If not n dangerous position. One of tho Lodgo reservations. It will be remembered, specifically declared that American Immlgrntlon nnd other domestic Kin-lan- d pence conferThe ence opened In Itlgn, but It wns surrounded by nn ntmospbere of gloom nnd the prediction wns made freely So far ns the public hns been perthat the results will be nil. Kach side distrusts the other, nnd on certain mitted to know, Ilttlo progress hns questions It seems Impossible for thein been mnde toward discovering nnd apto get together. One of these Is Ukrnl-nla- , prehending tho ierpetrators of the which the Iteds nsert Is nlrendy Wall street bomb outrage. It hns been however, thnt In favor of soviet rule. definitely established, The Ukrainians who follow I'etluni tho blust was caused by tho explosion deny this nnd say their soviet rulers of a huge TNT bomb with n tlmo deare foreigners. They hnve sent rep- vice, nnd there Is nn doubt the nffnlr resentatives to the lllgn meet, but was nrrunged by reds. Many arrests these nre not admitted by the reds. have been made, but It Is not known Disarmament by both 1'olnnd nnd Hits-sl- a thnt the guilty persons nro In cuswas declnred by Adolph Joffe, bend tody. Slnco tho New York explosion of the red delegation, to bo the only n good mnny other cities have regunrnnteo of stable peace. ceived warnings that certain public Military operations against the so- buildings were to bo blown up. A and good guess Is thnt the outrage wnB tho viet forces went right along, their enemies scored several decided work of nidlcnl leaders who wished by this demonstration to keep up the victories. The united front east of Lemberg was moving revolutionary spirit of their recruits. forward nt tho rate of fifteen miles Tho five Socialists who were exn day nnd hnd renched Hovno nnd pelled from the New York legislature Knmeuets l'ndolsk, nnd the Ukrainian cnvnlry hnd occupied tho latter Im- some tlmo ago, and who were recently, nttempted to tnke their portant city. In tho Orodno region the soviet government claimed to hnve seats. Thrvo of them were again defeated the Poles and to have taken ousted, nnd tho others resigned in pron number of towns. Hut tho Moscow test. The action of the majority In wnr reports hnve been almost unithe assembly was opposed by Theoformly false since tho collopse of tho dore Itoosevelt nnd Is chnrncterlxcd by Charles E. Hughes "Incredible folly Invasion of Polnnd. Following tho plan which wns outnnd flagrant dlsregnrd of the fundalined last week, General Wrnngel has mental principles of American InstituOwing to certain complicabeen pushing his way northward nlong tions." tho Dnieper river nnd, nt lust reports, tions this time, the case may bo taken after several smashing victories, ho Into the courts. hnd captured Alexandrovsk, together The Kenyon cominltteo of tho sen-nt- e with about 10,000 prisoners, live n resumed In Washington Its trains, many guns nnd lnrge of campaign funds, nnd substores of supplies. poenaed several bureau chiefs In the Turkish nationalists In southern Asln endenvor to learn to what extent fedMinor have been displaying renewed eral ugencles are being employed to dissemlnute election propngnndn for activity and dispatches from Constantinople say they are besieging tho Cos, Tho Itepubllcnns assert the pubthe French In Admin, bombarding lications of the bureaus of education, Tarsus and making frequent nttucks war nnd navy have been used this on Morslnn. These Turks nre assisted way, James W. Gerard, chairman of the Democratic finance committee, by disaffected Arabs and also by olllcers who have been stranded told tho cominltteo ho hnd collected only $12.8.000 to date and thnt he In the country since the armistice. would bo happy If ho got a million; These lntter nre handling tho artillery. The French nt Adann and Tar- also that no limit wns put on IndiWilliam lioyce sus have got supplies In nnd nre pre- vidual contributions. pared for n winter's siege. Tho Ar- Thompson, chairman of the Republicmenian city of lladjln has sent out an ways und means committee, told word that It Is facing starvation nnd tho cominltteo tho Cox charges were "nil bunk," nnd nroused Senutor Heed massacre nnd must hnvo help. by asserting that Mr, Cox "Is no Tlio Immedlnte sltnntlnn In Ireland stranger to Wall street." Pinned has resolved Itself Into n guerrilla wnr down, he said he Implied nothing sinof the most vicious description, which ister. so for the Ilrltlsh authorities have not Devotees ofvjhe national sport are boon n hlo to control. Tito Sinn Fein, era ambush and slay the police, and wrought up over another Inquiry that the police In reprisal kill tho Sinn begun Inst week. This Is nn InvestiFelners like rnts and ravage their gation, by n grand Jury nt Chicago, tonus. Tho most startling of these Into baseball gambling, nnd It gains occurrences was the raid last week on added Interest becuuse It promises to llalbrlggun, tho center of the weaving uncover crooked work by pluyers In Industry of south Ireland. Inspector tho world's series lust full between lttirke of the Ilrltlsh (Millce In Ireland the Chicago White Sox and the Cinwus shot down as he was leaving u cinnati National league team. Comrestaurant, and his brother wus badly ment, If any Is needed, must be dewounded. When the news reached ferred since at this writing the In(leruiHUtoHii, where the police wero quiry Is only getting fairly started. I'ollsh-Itusslnn I'ollsh-Ukrnlnln- n Inves-tlgatlofler-man ten trucks full of thera stntloned. There thoy sinrtod for Ikilbrlgjmn. first set lire to the public houses and a large ntimbor of prlvnto homes from which they drove tho people, and then burned to the ground somo of the largest hosiery mills In Irelnnd, belonging to nn Hngllsh firm. Thoy wound up the raid by murdering n bnrber and n dairyman, both Sinn Felners. Similar raids were mado last week on other Irish towns where tho police had been enraited by the killing or woundIn County ing of their comrades. Clnro n military truck In which were h number of police was ambushed by armed men and In the ensuing fight four of tho olllcers were killed. Tho police Involved In the IJnlbrlggnn Incident were not members of the Itoynl but recruits! for Irish constabulary, that force who, from their uniforms, are known ns "blnck nnd tnns." In the last two weeks more than twenty policemen and soldiers nnd n score of Sinn Felners hnve been killed In Irelnnd, nnd lnrge numbers on both sides have been wounded. Oswnld Garrison Vlllnrd, who used and to be notoriously has formed n committee of 100 Americans to Investigate and report publicly on conditions in Irelnnd, with especlnl reference to ntrocl-tiePublic hearings will be held In Washington by n commission of the committee. Several senators and governors hnve n greed to servo on tho committee, nil the members of which are said to be prominent citizens. nntl-Ilrltlss. IMPROVEMENTS: An ideal country home, with all modern conveniences. frame dwelling, hall, bath room, front and back porches; Gcnco electric lights in dwelling and also at stock barn; water works supplied by water from large cistern at barn; also big cistern 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 necessary outbuildings. Splendid tenant house. Fine orchard with 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. IS A MONEY MAKER. Wouldn't you like to own a part or all of THIS 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. LOOK 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 see J. C. Morgan at the farm, W. E. Moss or R. H. Dever at my Danville office, W. A. Dicker-so- n or George Swinebroad at my Lancaster office, or SWINEBROAD 7,h!.,.Real uauvaoivi EsfateJS" Sale of Berea Property AT PUBLIC AUCTION Friday, October 8, 1920 At 10:00 o'clock On the above date and at the hour named we will sell No. 1 The dwelling located on north side of Dixie Highway at the end of Estill street and known as the 7-ro- om VanWinkle Homestead den, 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 blook 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. 8-room This property is being sold to settle the estate for the heirs. This lot is 100x325, with splendid Van-Wink- le gar- The property listed above will be sold in the order that it is listed above. Terms made known on each piece of property on date of sale. Scruggs, Welch & Gay REAL ESTATE AGENTS Col. Jesse Cobb, Auctioneer Berea, Ky. rage Eight THE CITIZEN progressing fino; wish nil tho children ' In Attendance. Our teacher, Mis ! Effio Chastccn, visited home folks. Saturday and Sunday. Tho plo sup-- 1 per at Hammond schoolhouso Friday night, was largely attended, the pro- I . I I.L "'ran ui which were 10 fDO USCd lor school fair. The fund raised was $21.40. Miss Nannie Swlnford spent hundny with Miss Myrtlo Marie Hrt.-Cll- nln Slgmnn, the assessor, Was In thn communliv In.t Rcrt MulHns is with homo folks n(fnn( from IrvlnCf whcrc he hfts n position Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. J. K. Hammond, a girl, named Mary uzn Uncle John Decs is on the sick list ngaln. 1 September 30, 1020 r i East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No f 1 rorrnponJrnr publlihfd unlrtt Irnrd In full br lb wrllf, Th nm li not for publication, but an (Tkltnt of rood faith. Writ ptalnljr. I f and Mrs. J. R. Click and famil- y.JACKSON COUNTY Sherman Settle nnd Mrs. Laura Hays MeKw McKce, ,Scpt. 20. Several from were united In mnrrlagc, September town attended the Baptist Associa- 18, Rev. Louis VanWinklc, officiating.' ' The Republican Party nslcs J Instend of keeping us out of war, it Good luck to Tho Citizen. tion that was held nt Pilgrim's Rest, Carlco the women of Kentucky to would keep us constantly in war, as it Saturday and Sunday. A very Intervote the strnight Republican esting sermon was preached Sunday t.anco, oepu . ine mK nnnuni would bind us to "preserve the territorial meeting nt Kite was a grant! success by Rev. Hewitt, from Louisville. ticket on November 2nd integrity" of every nation. Edgar, the young son of Mr. and Mrs. end well enjoyed by nil who went. strictly upon the issues involved in this J No thinking Kentucky woman would Lots of good things on the grounds Lewis Gnbbnrd, was taken to the Robcampaign. LEE COUNTY trade the protecting wisdom of the Amerinson Hospital, Saturday night, for an to eat and plenty to take back home Beattyvllle J Every woman in Kentucky knows the operation"; he is In n serious condi- end quite a large number of ths ican constitution for the selfish dictation Benttyvllle, Sept. 25 Tho over true campaign issues. tion. D. G. Collier to Christian ministers were present was called of a group of European "diplomats." London last week by tho serious ill Win. Fnubus fell nnd hurt his nrm seers of many of the roads In the J The League of Nations as brought J Kentucky women know that the Demness of his mother. The School Fair a few days ago, hut Is nblc to be out county hnvc been working ronds, and back from France by Woodrow Wilson and endorsed by the Democratic candiocratic Party nnd its candidates stand for which was held at nioomlng Grovo again. Tho little son of Mrs. Isnnc It is badly needed. We now have a date for President is an olfense to Amerlast Monday was n grand success. Hlnes is very bad off at present with' K01 rond movement started nnd this League with all its obnoxican womanhood. McKee school won several prizes and brain fever. Dr. King of Bond is trust that much good may come of ious provisions. also other schools that entered the the nttending physician. The people It. Tho oil production in the county J It would bnrter off everything that the J Kentucky women know that the Recontest. The Community meeting wl'l cf these pnrts arc about done can- for August was 405,254 barrels, more American nation and the American home publican Party stands for an honorable be held nt the courthouse Friday ning now. Most of the farmers nrc than all the other counties in the stand for that right to think nnd act for night. A nice program has been foddering around here. Mr. nnd Mrs. State, or nbout what they put out. ourselves, to live our own lives and to pence, with immediate attention of our made out nnd every one Is expecting Dan Faubus, of Tulsa, Okln., nrc sell- New wells arc being drilled in most help others as we can. 'resident and our Congress to THIS a most enjoyable time. Mrs. Carter, ing out to come bnck to these parts every day. Supt. J. P. Thomas has country, its people nnd its homes, the rebeen visiting the schools in the J It would send our sons to war without turn to a normal living basis, nnd the Mrs. H. F. Mintcr nnd Misses Susie on nccount of Mrs. Faubus's health. our consent, to fight for interests which county for the. Inst two weeks nnd proper distribution of governmental Watson, Rcttn Pas, Marie- Muilenbcrf' The little girl of T. J. Fnubus is nre without our sympathy, at the order of control; with a broad and sympathetic nnd Miss Vcrmerc, nnd Rev. DeJonjr very poorly nt this writing. Bro. he reports the Attendance better than foreign politicians nnd who friendship for all nations that neither innttended tho King's Daughters con- Henry Lewis prenched nt the old Bend nny previous yenr. Some subdls-trict- s nre not thinking of America or her terferes with their affairs nor permits have all the pupils in sckool. vention nt Annville last Saturday. A schoolhouso yesterday to a large them to interfere with ours. lnrge We have n few schools not yet supvery interesting nnd profitable meet- audience. Isnnc Hlnes killed n ing was held and every one enjoyed copperhead snnke Inst week nenr his plied with teachers. One of our themselves fine. With an abundance plnce. All the growing crops nre fine boats, the Walton, went down tho river last Tuesday, taking n tow of Register Republican of good things to eat and tho good through these parts. "AMERICA FIRST" Uote Republican conl to the oil refinery nt Pryse speaking we had, we felt that it was . ... county wns rr1 t crop in mis ine iruu good to have been there. Ike Hay CLAY COUNTY splendid the best output for yenr nnd wife, who have been visiting in Vine McKce for several weeks, returned to Vine, Sept. 21. Several of the cit- of peaches, plums, pears and npples. izens have begun cutting tobacco. their home in Dayton last week. For PRESIDERT For U1CE PRESIDEnT protracted meeting is going on at Mt. Gray Hawk OWSLEY COUNTY Gray Hawk, Sept. 24. After some Olive this week. The box supper Travelers Rest delay I will extend my hand to The was well attended at Falling Timber Travelers Rest, Sept. 26 The For SEflATOR Citizen and its many readers. I hope school last Friday night, with good every reader of The Citizen is for behavior. Mrs. Eliza Browning was nutumn senson has arrived, but hot Harding and Coolidgo for president a welcome visitor oi .Mrs. Junn I'cn- -' summer weather is with us yet. and vice president I do not think nington, Saturday night. Mr. nnd Messrs. W. P. Minter, Elbert Mintcr, Tto lriovlrtT rnrmtnAti uuu 4Vinli Iff- - Alex Mclntire nnd J. B. Scott went v - O uouii nnA we need that League of Nations in till VIIHt ' J MADISON COUNTY his farm at this place to Joe Croley,l mlttee shall have charge of the wore its present form. Most everybody Is tie daughter, June, of Maulden, spent to Heidlcbcrg Saturday night to orBlue Lick of Berea, and will move Wednesday to j that pertains to the beautifying of busy saving fodder and getting ready Saturday and Sunday with M. L. Fer- ganize an Odd Fellows Lodge nt that guson of this place. Miss Sophia place. Jliss Ruby Brewer of Woodto sow wheat and making sorghum. Blue Lick, Sept. 27. Farmers are Berea to enter his children in school.' all unsightly physical features In the Mrs. Gay, who has been on the sick community, and to maintain a strict J. L. Tincher and family have moved Browning Is some better at this ward, Okla., atended the G. A. R. busy housing tobacco; no com cut back to Gray Hawk from Hamilton writing. M. and Mrs. Morgan Wil- at Indianapolis, going from there to yet. Fruit drying and sulphuring are list sometime, is slowly improving. i vigilance relative to all unsanitary to make their future home. Mr. liams and children, of fast Bern-stad- t, Niagara Falls and returning by way of the principal occupations of the house E. P. Bcngo nnd wife were visiting conditions; acting under the direction are tho guests of Rev. J. L. Kentucky to visit a sister at Lexing- wives. Tincher bought one hundred ncres of Having canned everything on Houslcy Fork, Saturday and Sun- - of the health officer and other expert ton, Mrs. Lee Congleton, Mrs. J. A. land from J. T. Hayes for $1500, and Pennington this week. Mrs. is "cannable," they resort to the day. Sirs. Isaac Burns and Miss advice, tho committee shall tako such that Pennington, who has spent the MahnfTcy, of Richmond, Mrs. E. E. old Pompcian method of preserving Leorada Crcckmorc were In Richmond nctlon as is drtmcd consistent to is planing to build on the land. Our summer at Livingston with relatives, McCollum, of Travelers Rest, and apples, beans, tomatoes and even Saturday, shopping. Mr. and Mrs. cleanse or exterminate these condicollege has more students this year returned Sunday, accompanied home Mesdame D. B. Peters and Robert peaches by this process. Rev. Pcnni-ma- Mat Moody spent Sunday afternoon tions dangerous, to the health and than usual, with a good teacher. Morris, of Island City. She will re safety of all. This committee shall Mrs. Louisa Tincher is visiting her by her son, Larking Pennington. and wife spent Friday night at with Mr. and Mrs. John McKcehan. son, J. L. Tincher, for a few days The death angel visited the home of turn to Oklahoma the coming week. the home of T. J. Flannery en routo Mr. nnd Mrs. Isaac Burns, Mr. and t.lro have charge of any movement this week. She will be 84 years old Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allen and took their Miss Elizabeth Hemphill, Presbyteri to Clover Bottom, where they con- Mrs. Mat Baker, Miss Lucy Johnson toward Improvement of streets and Supervisor at Trav template spending a week, holding were guests of Mrs. Joe Creckmore sidewalks, stimulate interest nnd sen- the 22nd of February. The little baby which had been with them only an Sunday-schoboy of Hector Johnson, that Mary three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Dillard elers Rest, left Friday for a vacation gospel services. Frances Sproule, and daughter, Sunday nfternoon. Ice tlmcnt for electric lights for the un- Bingham took to keep one year for Whittimore are the proud parents of of two months with home folks in who spent the summer at Jennings cream was served. All reported a lighted districts, better places of rec him, is still poorly. Hector's wife a baby girl in their home. Misses Turn. Millard Botncr was very bad- Seminary, Aurora, III., visited friends fine time. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Necly reation, more thnde trees, gardens, is in the asylum. James Robinson Fannie Howard and Myrtlo Penning-to- ly hurt when he unthoughtedly struck in this section last week. Tho Sunday- were visiting their daughter, Mrs. nnd In every possible way work to spent the week-en- d with rela a match to light his pipe near a gas -school and John Gastanow are at Gray Hawk picnic at Glades, held at Roscoe Whitlock, nt White Hall, Sat- mako Berea the "City Beautiful." tives in Livingston. Mrs. Beckle well, the match ignited the gas, th soiling horses snd buying sheep. Grounds Sunday, September 2G, urday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. - The Child Welfare Committee shall Fair Uncle George Robinson is staying at Rice, who has been at Manchester flames enveloping him at once. He was as usual a success. Ideal weath- LP Bcngc, Mrs. Isaac Burns, Miss Elen have general direction of the work two weeks for a treatment from Dr, dashed from the flames but was very J. B. Bingham't, for September. He er, delectable viands for the lunch, en- Bengc were visiting at Mr. and Mrs. among tho youth of the community, to is going to mako his home with his Anderson, Is home again, and is doing Laoly burned. His brother, of Chi thusiastic teachers, and attentive, obe- Curt Benge, at Dreyfus, Wednesday. cITor Its assistance to the officials in enforcing all city ordinances pertainson James Robinson, of Lancaster, nicely. We are sorry to hear of the capo, and two sisters of Hamilton, O., dient pupils all contributed to the un ing to minors; to use all their powers Garard county, Ky. Mrs. Dr. Bart-l- death of Chester Ferguson of lower are at his bedside. Tho County alloyed pleasure of tho outdoor occaMEETING OF MADISON THIRD Burning Spring. D. If. Smith, of Teachers' Association will be held at to detect nnd regulate the dangerous and her sister nnd sister-in-lasion. We aro glad to chronicle the COUNTY TEACHERS habits to which boys fall victims, arc visiting at Gray Hawk for a few Annville, nttended church at this Travelers Rest school, October 7. reopening of the Sunday-schoat Kingston, Saturday, October 2 such as naracotics, cigarettes, swear- days and taking their meals with place Sunday. Mrs. Mallie Grimes, of The State Superintendent will bo Blue Lick by tho faithful teachers at . ut K f . r c.vcry auiucr .. Hamilton, is home again. Rev. Ira present. John Brewer ' bought the Mary Bingham. We are glad to have Berea. Their presence nnd influence public schools of Madison county is ,nff. trunncy, ctc.. to substitute work n, ulmM1 nnri them with us. II. L. Brumback's Pennington nnd T. N. Roberts made James Childs property at this place, in our midst, after a period of ccssa- present at 10 o'clock dissipation among tho children and baby, who has pneumonia fever, is two business trips to Manchester this including a watermill, for the sum" tion, revives us to renewed energy, expected to be Meeting, October 2, for young people; to endorse nnd support some better. Dr. Godbey is the at- week. Gilbert Maggard, of Burning of $825 Mesdame Robert Morris and like the oasl3 in tho desert cheers at Tcnchcrs' y meeting. Pleaso bring nil movements such ns "Boy Scouts'' un Springs, passed through here last and D. B. Peters, tending physician. Hurrah for The of Island and refreshes. Hobart Powell and your list of "Roto Songs" with you week on his way to Berea. H. C. City, were guests of Emma E. Mc- Citizen, that good paper. wife havo gone to Ohio to visit friends nnd your "55 Community Songs," or organizations, Boys nnd Girls Clubs, Morgan has moved his saw mill to Collum', Friday night. etc., thnt are being carried on for the Kirby Knob rnd relatives for two weeks A pie other school song books. Manchester and is doing a hustling , . .t Kirby Knob, Sept. 27 supper, held at this place Saturday ' purpose of training a better citizenr i Vertie business. Mr. Morgan's wife has ti r ji is nopci mat. rroicssor night, September 25 by the public will be present and lead the music. hip ,n ,he future- Johnson, who has been spending her moved up there to keep boarders. POWELL COUNTY The E,,ucatlon Committee shall do rchool, was well attended with a provacation with home folks, returned Vaughn's Mill Each teacher is asked to come pre- to her school at Danville, September pitious result to aid in financing the pared to contribute something to ,otc tgc,r t0,, improvcment of the ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Vaughn's Mill, Sept. 27 The shale nnd nnythcr educational 22. Mrs. Martha Gambor, of Bloom- expenditures of a Christmas tree for make tho meeting a real success. Big Clear Creek-Bioutlook for producing oil is very iw mnv i.t t ington, 111., has been visiting friends reClear Creek, Sept. 20 Peo- promising at present, as a good num- the pupils. Elmo Flannery has Each teacher has a thought that The General Publicity Committee and relatives at this place for tho ple are getting along nicely housing turned to Akron, Ohio, to resume em will do every other teacher good. ber of our local farmers have reshall constitute a "Boosters Club," to past week, is now with her aunt tobacco. We are having nice weather ployment in the Miller Rubber Tim Come prepared to give It. ceived large checks of late to hold tho create public spirit and enthusiasm Sallie Lakes at Big Hill and will leave to do our fall work. The women are Flannery has re-Tho following program has been for a greater Berea, to collect ndver-options. Hero's hoping the projest j manufacture. Arch i I for her home, September 29. Mrs. most all through canning fruit, but turned to Battle Creek to teach Phy-- arranged: develops soon The home of Mr. nnd tlstng data of tho city, and see that Mary Dougherty, of Nicholasville, is are still drying. Sherman Swlnford sicnl Trnlning In the schools. Anno Powell, prin1. Devotions Mrs. Jack narrls has been gladcncd it is published in the local paper nnu visiting friends and relatives in this and son, Ronald, were visiting in Big Hill cipal Kingston Graded School. other publications of country wide recently by tho nrrivnl of n fine little vicinity. Sirs. J. R. Click and her Conway, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Big Hill, Sept. 27 The pie supper 2. Fifteen minutes singing of Com- distribution; to offer girl. Her name is Frieda May. Tho Inducements to daughter, Myrtle, of Paris, Ky., who Myrtle Hart and Nannie Swlnford were munity and School Songs. Agricultural and School Fair held nt at Big Hill schoolhouso Saturday moro outside industries nnd eommnr. , Is visiting homo folks, attended the visiting nt Scaffold Cane from SaturI . m evening was a big success. Tho sum II Mny T T nr.il Stanton, Friday and Saturday, was i uivc iint-numwimK cial enterprises to locate in Berea; to school fair nt Sand Gap, Friday day till Tuesday, nnd report an en- witnessed by a large number from nil realized was $123.55. About two nnd How to Mnke Them of proffer cooperation to Beren College Radie Johnson and Salie Powell spent joyable time. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas parts of the country, who pronounced hundred nnd fifty people enjoyed tho Grentcst Vnluo to tho Children nd the Public School nuthorlties In Saturday night and Sunday with Dora Lcager are the proud parents of n It a decided success from every angle. nffnlr. Among those from Beren Col of Mndison County. advertising the wonderful educational Engle Miss Myrtle Click expects to baby girl on September 10th. They . ... Mr. Elder, principal of "Waco High i ntivantages which Hcrea oilers; to This is tho second nnnuni fair held lego wero President nnd Mrs. Hutch-in- s, take up her work at tho Massle Me- named her Elberta. A. C. Hart was Dr. and Mrs. McAllister, Prof, School by II. II. Harrison, county agent, and mako known to tho world tho unlquo morial Hospital, Paris, Ky., October visiting relatives of Harts, Saturday 4. "Why Havo Community MeetDudley Caudell, superintendent of nnd Mrs. Dix, Miss Berlct, Miss nnd henlthful locntion nnd delightful 1st. Wansley Powell and son, Char- nnd Sunday. Thomas Dees is back Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ings nnd How to Mnko Them the climate of this Section of country, nnd schools, nnd these young men nre to Boatrlght, lie, left Saturday for Ohio to visit with homo folks again from Hamil bo commended for the good work they Chastccn, and a number of Berea stuGreatest Success," tho religious nnd soclnl opportunities his daughter, Mrs. Nora Johnson ton, O. Georgo Young was the guest are carrying on. Dudley The second Sunday-schoMary Quillen, principal of Ncwby In Beren which aro conducive to ideal Caudell, su- dents. Mr. nnd Mrs. G. W. Johnson and of Miss Fairy PIgg last Thursday meeting nt Big Hill was held nt the School homo life. family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Click A number of young folks from here perintendent of Powell county schools, schoolhouso nt 2 p. m. Sunday. There 5. Special Music. has resigned his position. Mr. Cauand family, Mr. and Mrs. Oran Click! attended church, Saturday night and was nn increase In attendance over 0. How to Teach Pupils to Study." and family spent Sunday with Mr.1 Sunday, nt Cruse Ridge School la dell has made a spclndld official and last Sunday and a larger number Is ARTICLE X BUSINESS it is with regret thnt wo hnvo to give Paris B. Akin, principal nt Unloii MEETINGS s expected from time to time. Sunday him up. Judgo Daniel appointed Miss 7. "Why tho Compulsory Attend-nnc- o Tho Executive Committee shall have President Maude Bowen, of Slade, to succcd afternoon at 3 o'clock Law Has Not neen Enhim. Housewives of these parts have Hutchins, of Berea College, preached forced and Whnt Makes a Live power to arrango for all regular business meetings and call meetings as coserved an abundance of fruit, both to n large number of peoplo who Teacher." may from timo to time be necessary. In cans nnd dried. There being so gathered on tho spacious porch at tho Superintendent B. F. Edwards is made of best wheat and by 2. Fivo members present nt ony much fruit of all varieties most of homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Boen. Song Quartet regular or special meeting shall conthe housekeepers havo preserved Tho song service was lead, by ProfVisitors are welcome. most improved methods essor Rlgby, of Berea College. Serenough to last a couple of years. Annn Powell will have charge of tho stitute a quorum for transaction of business. Thos. J. Kirk, retired merchant, of vices will bo held each Sunday. meeting. Clay City, died nt Good Samaritan Bobtown ARTICLE XI Bobtown, Sept. 27. Most people In Hospital, Lexington, Thursday. Ho COMMMUNITY LEAGUE This organization shall have power For Sale By All Grocers leaves three sons to mourn his death, this community are through cutting to make (Continued from page 5) not conflicting with nnd housing tobacco and now are crime and violation of law arising In the purpose of tho Community 156-- 3 R. L. POTTS & SON Wkkei Statics, Ky. namely, John, Sigh and George. FW Best wishes to The Citizen and Its ready for corn cutting and sorghum tho community. League as set forth In the making. Rev. Bob Ambrose has sold respective family of readers. The Beauty amPSanitatlon Com- self-seeke- IDomen of Kentucky Know the Issues! J IDarren Q. Harding Calvin Coolidqe Richard P. Ernst I a ie n et w 1 1 rv.rn ,.,,, nll-dn- g n., ' ol Potts' GOLD DUST Flour BEST BY TEST BY-LA- by-la-