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People BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, The citizen KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 4, 1020 On wcl-far- Threefold Aim: To Glv the News of Dcrca and Vicinity; To Record the Happening of Hercn College; To be of Interest to all tho Mountain People. Our Vol. XXII. Klvo Cents Per Copy Dollar and Fifty CenU per Year No. 19 Our Next President Next March Senator Harding will becomo President by a voto of a majority of his fellow citizen. Wo congratulate him on getting what ho was after. Wo pity him for tho abuse, opposition, disappointment and trouble tho Job will Involve. Whoever might bo President through tho next four years of falling prices and hard times would bo unjustly blamed, and turned out pretty suro to be at the end I We havo our hopes and our fears. d men for his We hopo ho will find strong and Cabinet nnd honornblo cooperation from both Houses of Congress. Wo hope he will do as well ns Wilson has done, and as well as o Roosevelt did, In stopping graft, and promoting tho general of all classes of our citizens. And we hope above all that before it is too late, ho will break his pledges to Borah and Johnson and pursue the path laid out by Taft for Joining n League of Nations that will have power enough to stop war. Wc fear he will continuo to try to please both sides, propose to enter a League so as to pleas o Taft, but please Borah by making such reservations as will strip tho Lcaguo of all value and leave the way open for a continuation of world wars. Timo will tell. Meanwhile, he Is certainly entitled to the fervent prayers and sincere good wishes of all our people, regardless of party. public-spirite- CRIME WAVE SWEEPS CHICAGO SIXTEEN PERSONS KILLED TO CRIMINALS AND ACCIDENTS. DUE World News The newspapers of France are devoting much space to tho political campaign In the United States and commenting on its bearing upon tho future relations of the two countries. The comments are moderate and but they show a decided Interest in the election nnd in the result. Pictures of tho two candidates are published In the papers with character sketches of each. The recent utterances of Loon Bourgeois, president of tho League of Nations, Is likewise nn object of comment. He expressed surprise over the strong feeling against tho famous artlclo X of the League manifested in the campaign in the United States. Tho Mayor of Cork, Terrcnco One Gang Cleans Up On Over Sixty Persons Masonic Celebration Easy Picking for Crooks Those That Re stated Wert Ghot or Clubbed. 1 HBrKHJKJI WARREN Q. HARDING Amend The Constitution Tho Constitution, like the Lcaguo of Nations, is not perfect. Here arc two amendments that will be adopted by general consent as soon as anybody will tako them up and push them: First, an amendment making a newly elected President go into office nt the assembling of tho next Congress. It is nlways nn embarrassing and unproductive time when the President knows he is going out of office and Congress is waiting for tho message of the coming man. Second, reducing the term of Senators to four years, so the people could replace those who fail to represent them correctly with less delay, and allowing n majority of the Senate to ratify a treaty. Large Majorities for Harding and Coolidge The 1020 Presidential election has proved to be a landslide for the Republican party. Latest returns seem to give Harding 350 electoral votes and Cox 149, with about 32 doubt- Ten Thousand Armenians papers report another mnssacre of Armenians by the Turks. This is, we think, tho third or fourth since Lodge prevented tho United States from taking a mandate for the protecs sailing tion of Armenia. Wc have wholo fleets of idlo from New York to San Francisco and back just "for practice," and whole brigades of idle soldiers marching back and forth over the peaceful prairies of Iowa and Nebraska just "for practice." A small part of these forces might be practicing In Armenia and save these women and children. Is not the real murderer of the Armenians Henry Cabot Lodge? The war-ship- ful. Kentucky seemed early to beDem-ocrati- c but later returns which brought In tho reports from the mountains reduced tho majority, and it is possible that tho Republicans will havo tho State. It seems that Ernst has been elected to the Senate, but King Swopc has been defeated by Gilbert. Ohio gavo a largo majority to ilarding. It is probable that his plurality will be more than 339,000 In that state. New York gavo Harding more than 1,000,000 majority; Illinois about 45,000; Pennsylvania 400,000; Massachusetts 400,000. and Indiana 150,000. The vote at the election In Berca was as follows: West Berca: Handing t Ernst Beckham Swopc a ' Does Politics Grow Worse? Wo think1 not. Of course nil good people are distressed by many things In the campaign just closed, Cox was too careless in the use of and Hardlanguago In referring to tho Republican money-barre- l, ing has long debased tho meaning of patriotism by identifying It with selfishness. "The average voter" is still moved by thoughts that are not logical and motives that are not tho most worthy. But, still, this campaign developed very little direct bribery, and no riots or violence. And the leading newspapers on both sides printed the chief speeches of their opponents. Tho fact is that if the truly good and unselfish citizens would give more time to politics between times, nttending caucuses, thinking up candidates, serving In the Important petty offices that have no great spectacular value, wc might reach n time when political campaigns would bo really educational as well as recreative. persons nro don mill many others Injured ns n result of nn outburst of crime, Joy I riding by drunken brawlers, train ami street cur accidents. auurreK roblK-rles and other elements that tend to make human life one of the poorest of CALVIN COOLIDGE risks In Chicago. Included In the list are three murders and among six others mysterious nml unexplained deaths there probably are at least four more Four persons were killed following a tho electoral votes iiiurilir.H. The by railroad trains nnd three died unby states as they, now seem to stand: der burning automobiles after crashIn addition to ing down In wrecks. the crimes which resulted In death, M C there were numerous robberies. Perhaps the must highly organized series 3 S of robberies took place In Klmhtirst. V2 o nn exclusive suburb, and the Chief of Alabama 12 Police, Harry Mngers was fatally shot ' 3 Arizona .. b.vrobbers. 9 Arkansas The Masonic fraternity had Just 13 California completed a new temple In Elinhurst Colorado 6 and the dedication services were held. ,. Connecticut'' v. 7 This brought out a large nttendaiicu Delaware' y 3 people and a band of robof 6 Flordia bers saw line opportunities for u gens 14 Georgia They stationed eral clean-up- . Idaho lit a lonely spot In the street, 4 .. all, 29 Illinois .. through wjilcii all, or practicallyhave v'sltors to 15 .. thepass and heldthe temple aswould came Indiana .' they them up to 13 Iowa ' '. along. It is said they had robbed 10 Kansas .. ubout sixty persons when Mugcrs In13 Kentucky .. .. terfered and was shot. He is dying 10 .. . In an Elinhurst hospital. Tom JohnLouisiana Maino .. 6 ., son, one of the robbers, bus confessed Maryland .. .. 8 to shooting Magers. Chicago, 1 Wtrn Nwp.iper III. Union New Service. Sixteen - ac has at length passed away, of seventy-fiv- e days. During tho Inter period of his fast, whilo he was unconscious, food in a liquid form was administered to him. His anger on recoverinir conscious. ness was so great that It hastened his death, The remains havo been sent to Cork and are being viewed by many thousands. An effort of the relatives to take the body to Dublin was opposed by the English authorities. Mass is being said In many cities, and ho is regarded asa martyr to the cause of freedom. after a fast ..(,; It is reported that; oil has been discovered in Morocco, in northern Africa. Already oil specialists and agents representing capitalists Tho on the field investigating. are dis- well-to-d- o .f thein-selw-- .....'. covery of this new resource Is in the part of the country that Is under the control of Spain. Morocco is an independent country, but. Is Inrgcly under the protectorate of France and Spain. It was this that caused Germany to assert an equal interest in the economic affairs that came near to open warfare before the question of Servia provoked the world war. Moscow, In Russia, is said to be under martial law. The Immediate cause is the order which requisitions the supply of wheat In the coun-tr- y. The peasants nro opposed to the measure apd a revolt has broken out. Captures are being made of leaders who are thought to bo capable of directing such nn insurrection to the disadvantage of the Soviet government, a measure which seeks to force men to work is also a ground of dissatisfaction in the cities and towns. Massachusetts Michigan Cox .......... Gilbert East Berca: Harding Cox 249 90 240 90 240 90 Minncnji..l....-J.'.Mississippi .i Missouri . . . . . Montana ....! Nebraska Nevada IJew Hampshire New Jersey r .:,. I 10- 18 .. 12 .. ..- - 18 4 8 3 4 14 45 Ernst Beckham Swopc Gilbert 20." 145 203 New Mexico 136 New York 208 North Carolina 142 North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma 12 5 24 10 5 TnE REPUBLICAN This is a timo for VICTORY i seriousness Is not fit ting to shoot off tongue or gun. Tho suggestion of our future President that we pray for wisdom fits tho time. Ominous nrc tho 'conditions that confront this nation and all nations. Tho causes of present threatening aspects He deep and are many. Neither political party is wholly responsible for all our troubles or the world's dazed attitude. It should not bo a day of recrimination. Tho worthy objects of our national rather than hilarity. It MICKIE SAYS 'OOVOV AWW TU" WHO OKST FB.VEV4DS WM OY- - THE: 'EVA OB VMMUOOT vovr joe 1 m llfo are plainly outlined. The nation has been in the common schoolhouse of American politics for months of Intensive teaching. Tho Democratic party has put forth its many able, honest, conscientious leaders to teach tho issues of the times from the Democratic standpoint. Tho Republican party has put forth Its many able, honest, conscientious leaders to teach tho issues of the times from tho Republican standpoint. Such a cnmpalgn of education has not occurred before. Tho nation has decided with no paltering tongue "no who runs may read." When the war clouds were black above us, Democrat and Republican united to win the wnr. The genius, fho ability, the financial resources of the country were freely dedicated to conquer the inhuman nmbition that set out to chain the world to Its chariot wheel; that inhuman nmbition hns been prostrnted for n time, and It is to be hoped forever, but whether it Is forever depends largely upon this country. Will now freely be dedicated the genius, abllltr, and financial resources of this country to International nrrancrements thnt will chain Inhuman mllltnrv ambition to tho chnrlot wheej of peaco? Outsldo of our domestic problems,: which are many nnd serious, this la tho question. Hamlet's question of "To be or not to bo" Is not more crucinl. "To be or not to be" may bo written before tho eves of statesmen nt this moment ns the hope and warning of the world. Tho heartache of nations is more than their bayonets. Woo bo to tho man or woman, Republican or Democrat, who forgets tho world's peace Issue in the future. Generations will rise up and call this day blessed If the leaders of public thought nnd political action will unlto genius, ability nnd financial resources, In establishing peaco on IT. M. Pennlman earth. Oregon Pennsylvania ..' Rhodo Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Williamsburg, Oct. 30. Louisvil-Han- s Texas who have experienced gasless Utah winter morning will envy Williams- Vermont burg when Informed that this city Virginia has In its immedlnte vicinity and al- Washington ready drilled in, 3C0 times ns much West Virginia gas as it ran use. Wisconsin Wyoming 38 5 9 Kentucky News 12 20 ' 4 4 12 .. 7 8 13 3 Two of the four known murders bear unusual aspects, suggesting revengu , Instead of robbery. Charles Madder-en21 years old. a chemist, was found dead In n vacant lot shortly after midnight by two negroes. He had been short over the heart and Indications are lie was slain at some other point and the body carried to the vacant lot. There were no signs of a struggle, and ?(!2 In cash nnd valuable Jewelry In his clothing had not been disturbed. Madderen served wltJi u Minnesota reglnment during the war, and was u nephew of C. K. Madderen, millionaire head of n big coal company. Another mysterious killing was that of William Sanderson, who, before he was removed to a hospital In a dying condition, said he wns reading In the tower of the residence where he roomed when he was summoned to die door by vigorous knocking. Two motorists, their faces partially concealed by goggles, pushed their way Into the house nnd one of them shot him over the heart. A young lady roomer in the same house heard the summons at the s door and the shots that followed. there was very little conversation, nnd that In such a low tone that she could make nothing out of it. This also appears to have been a "grudge" Sin-say- It is quite apparent that conditions in Mexico nro rapidly coming to tho Louisville, Nov. 1. Tho emotional response to Gypsy Smith's pleading to "tako an honest step back to God" reached, at tho meeting last night in the tnbernncle, higher mark than nt any of tho cvnngclist's revival services in the last two weeks. Four Philadelphia, Oct. 29. Anthracite hundred nnd fifty persons avowed coal operators at a meeting here to- they "must get nearer to Jesus or flnv nlfulcvpfl tttpmcnlvna in nnnnnrntu die." with the Department of Justice in ' At a service for workmen In the attempting to reduce "excessive prices nftcrnoon, 300 were converted. Tho 'of coal to tho consumer." crowd yesterday overflowed tho tabMontgomery, Ala., Oct. 27. Forty- -' ernacle nt both services, and It wns havo neccssnry to hold meetings for those three alleged "night-riders- " who were unable to crowd Into tho been nrrested In Cullman, Marshal building at the Broadway Methodist and Blount Ccunties within th? past few days, according to announceChurch across tho street. More than 13,000 persons heard ments at the Stato Law Enforcement the gypsy preach yesterday, it was Department and Governor's iftlce this morning. estimated. 149 350 32 Totals Necessary to elect, 266 murder. Chester llevlns was passing Al Tear-imy'- s cafe when he noticed u policeman struggling with Mrs, Anna Dixon In a taxlcab parked at the curbing The policeman, Joseph It. N'orrls, was Nevlns nllghted In citizen's clothing. point where diplomatic relations may again be resumed. Tho main point to be safeguarded seems to be the security of title to tho oil land owned by American capitalists. It is felt tho new constitution of Mexico, if carried out according to the letter, would come too close to confiscation. It is believed that an adjustment will be made that will be satisfactory to all and that soon tho long period of disorder will be ended. tht U. S. News from his automobile nnd went to the rescue of the uomnn. Norrls shot him twice nnd he died a half hour later In a hospital. A political feud between the adherents of Congressman John W his Kalney and John (iolomkleskl, opponent, led to.tlie shooting of Attorney Edwin Larney, who wns distributing circulars for Congressman Kalney. Louis rniiunler, w ho was with was badly beaten by four men, who rode up In an uuto nnd shot Larney Scores of people In the right leg. emerging from nearby churches witnessed the shooting of Larney and the beating of Tommler. One of the strangest results of the war Is a suggested alliance between Germany and England. The Kreuz Zeitung, one of the leading newspapers of Germany, and formerly an organ of tho monarchy, Is responsible for tho suggestion, or, at any rate, the publication of it. It is based on tho assumption that such an alliance is tho only one possible and that it is absolutely necessary In order to ensuro economic recovery. It overlooks past hostilities and refutes anything in the nature of sentiment. It is a bold proposition and ono not likely to meet Immediate acceptance on either side. The relation of the United States to Haiti has been the object of considerable discussion of lato. In order to keen other nations from forcible collection of bad debts In ITaltl, the United States occupied the main ports, undertook to collect revenues nnd settle up accounts. Some harsh measures were necessary, and lead to criticism. The best authorities, however, confirm the belief that the United States' occupation will result In good. The country Is rich In resources, but the peonlo are not willing to work, Considerable Improvement has been brought about. Beef and Pork Prices Reduced. prices of Washington. Wholesale Birmingham, Ala., Oct. 30. Elovcn beef mid pork declined substantially A request that tho Stato Legisla- retail coal dealers and two mine opduring October, wild a statement ture makn nn appropriation for tho erators were Indicted by the Federal by the Institute of American grand jury here today on charges of .Aleut Packers. "Selling prices of carRevoluerection of a monument to tionary soldiers will bo made by the violating tho Lever act. throughout the country cass beef Kentucky Society, Daughters of the showed an average decline of approxWashington, Oct. 29. Assurance imately 13 per cent at tho end of OcAmerican Revolution, It was decided at tho first session yesterday of tho that tho next Congress would be a tober, ns compared with the llrst week annual State convention, which closes dry one was given today by Wayne In September," wild the statement. In "Fresh pork declined heavily. n today at Tho Seelbach. B. Wheeler, general counsel of tiie domestic trade from October 2 to The monument will bo placed In League, on his return from a October 'JO the wholesale prices of the cemetery near Frankfort, recently tour of investigation through tho va- light pork loins, whence come pork bought bv tho Stato Society to bo rious states whero wet and dry con- chops, declined about 21 per cent. Hetwecn October 2 nnd October 20 used as the final resting place of tests are being waged. General Smuts, tho English primo poik slunilders declined ubout 10 per soldiers of tho Revolution. cent and smoked hums und btundurd minister In South Africa, Is a man, Washington, Oct 28. Widespread bacon fell slightly less Uian 10 per of great ability. Jle Is not only Lexington, Oct. 29. All passenger coumerieiung oi internal revenue strong as a military man, but he has stamps In violation of prohibition' (Continued on Page Five) (Contlaued on Pmfo Fhra) (Continued on Page 6) Anti-Saloo- Fa go Two THE CITIZEN November 4, 1920 of "Fair transpire, for the tionists, and a friend of Bcrea gone back to Virginia. has determined to dio with the sword dead, had lege, Riving largely for tho erection His daughter, Jemima, expecting to in its hand! ')C mnrr'c,' had remained. The In- of the Chapel which preceded our Alfred e. Boss present Chapel, and he and his sons dlnns oner to moKo n treaty, ami. in concluding it by the Shawnee handand daughters were steady givers PAGEANT OF THE MOUNTAINS shake, two braves to one white, they for Boron's current expenses. attempt to tnko away with them the Murray Crano showed himself n The Pneant of tho Mountains, men whose hands they held. Tho And in all his great business man. which was given on Thursday night business he was friendly and help- nnd Friday nfternoon of Inaugural sure nim of the riflemen in tho fort ful to others, and ready to use his week, proved to be even n greater kills the Indians, nnd the men reScaffold Cnne School, Where Community Fair wns Held wealth for the good of others, ne success than had been anticipated. turn to the fort. helped hundreds of young men thru Tho next scene portrnys tho high Great credit Is due to Dr. J. W. Balne college. He studied the needs of all and those who nssisted him in the spirits of the mountain youths, tno tho Academy Juniors had their Hnl- - SCAFFOLD CANE COMMMUNITV Normal about him, and used his sagacity for preparation nnd the presentation of moral compulsion of their elders, the lowc'cn Social in tho basement of FAIR tho public good. hospitality, the severe this splendid pageant. Tho Tabor-- unbounded Hunting Hall. This nffalr will long1 Fairs aro no longer measured by Hundreds of stories like this nrc nacle wns filled nt both performances tvpe of religion nnd the Independence HALLOWE'EN PARTY bo remembered by every member of the attendance, exhibits, program nnd told of him: merchandise. A group and the audiences were more than of brought-o- n Tho Normal School gave a Hnl- - of the class. No one had tho oppor-- , fine rnco horses. Tbov urn nnw A business rival once fell into dif- pleased at tho renditions. An urgent of voting folks come from a singing j lowc'cn party nt Knapp Hall Satur- - tunlty to get tired or lonesome, no gauged by the Inlluciico they hnvc on ficulties and came to Crane offering call has come to have it repeated at to the homo of one of the number day evening. This wns different Interesting were tho gnmes, music, tho farms nnd homes nnd people In acsinging n song, they have n from the former Hallowo'cn to sell out for $80,000. Crano somo early date. It is probable that! After socials jokes and stories, their sphere of pntronnge. dance, which is stopped bv the nrrival given cepted the offer. But when he came it will be done. To ndd to tho effect of the brilliant by the school. Tho program. Thus It happens that Scaffold Cnno of the mother with six children, made which wns rendered by members of wit of tho boys nnd girls to make payment he sent n cheque Tho pageant was composed of wcro tho Community Fair, two nnd one-hnfor $125,000, saving that a careful twelve scenes, each representing some orphans that day by the death of tho faculty and students, wns quite decorations of tho hall for the occn- - miles south of Beren, Is regarded as Investigation showed that amount notable event in mountnin history their mother, an aunt of the family, Tho whole sion. Tho costumes of tho members the greatest of all the state's many clever and amusing. could be realized from the property, or somo phase of mountain activities. The scene closes with tho company scheme wns n trip around the world, wero also very remarkable. Every fairs. Yet Scaffold Cnno community and he did not wish to take advan- Dr. Balne, ns tho Spirit of Freedom. gone nnd the family each at his or thq various countries being represent - ' member wns so tastefully dressed as contnins only forty families. Turn daughters is tage of his rival's circumstanccsl acted as interlocutor nnd briefly told her work. One of tho ed by some characteristic product or to hove passed tho most critical eye. together the mnjorlty of these famisetting of each scene, at the loom, weaving as sho sings industry. It wns nil burlesque rep Every walk of life was represented In politics ho never made n speech, the historical lies cooperating nnd no wonder it The first scene went back to a Barbara Allen, but he was one of tho great public rcsentntlon, however, nnd wns the from statesman to hobo, nnd from mnde such n woderful success In tho Tn the ninth, President Lincoln nnd cause of much laughter and merri- the first lady cabin In the north of Ireland, in about men of his day, twice Governor of of tho land to the community fair. Massachusetts, and twice Senator, 1700. nt which time England stupidly his ndvisers, in 1861, were discuss-ruine- d ment. Tho Germnn band, with such witch In fact, from rich man, poor Martin, Coyle, Lakes, Logston and the linen trade and later the ing tho dark outlook of the Civil inspiring Instruments and always for the public good. ns combs, mnn, beggnr, thief to doctor, lawyer, n few others formed financial comLet us think of such men more wool trade by creating intolerable War. His advisers looked upon the mouth organs nnd tho like; tho Amer- Indian chief, nnd suffragette. mittee nnd said, "We're going to hold Appnlachains ns a barrier to Union ican "Misfit" Army, the Fortune-teller- s frequently, and realize that it Is pos- conditions for these Scotch-IrisThe success of the whole nffalr was n community fnlr." The premium large success and an advantage to the sible for a rich man to be a neigh- people. The scene ends with n of Italy, the Cuban refresh- duo to tho masterful management list began to climb from $1 to $10's number deciding to go to America. South, but Lincoln saw not only ments, and of course spiritland were of tho officers nnd committees of the bor and a patriot and a Christian. until they reached $109. Majority of Tho second scene portrayed these mountains, but the men that were n few of tho delightful things en- clnss, aided by tho willingness nnd families contributed over $1 nnd somo people about fifty years later in their in those mountains. He) expressed joyed. One of the most entertaining zenl of every member to do all In $4. WHO'S RESPONSIBLE FOR A pioneer life In the highlands of Ap- - his confidence in them, which his features was the comical costumes his power to make tho party n sucWhen tho premium list was mnde TEAM'S FOUL TACTICS? whither they had been visors question. To the question, worn. It was, on tho whole, a night cess. A very pleasant hnlf hour wns out we found that we had 120 premdriven by the influx of immigration. "Do you know theso men?" he spent over the refreshments, to bo long remembered. In iums; canning, sewing, cooking, wood Are tho players of a football or n courage, independence and re- - swered: "Do T know them? Yes. which chnperones ns well ns Juniors work, live stock, corn, vegetables nnd soccer or a basketball team each Intook their part. It is now the cam fruits. Each department had a llvo dividual at fault when foul tactics sourcefulness Is seen in a meeting- gentlemen. T know them and T am NORMAL vs. COLLEGE beone of them." are employed ? No, they are not, nor of a number of hunters at a cabin At 2:30 Monday nfternoon tho Nor- pus gossip that Hallowe'en Is com committee to sec thnt each home j yond the outposts of civilization. a svmbolic secnc mal nnd College football teams met ing moro often, ns so many hearts would have a chnnco to have as many enth Is tho captain. Primarily, immediScene three brings Daniel Boone u elmpse of tho fi(:nUnjr on the Athletic field for the second deslro it. ately and remotely the blame can be Jrave things possiblo nt the fair. Theso to West Pinnacle, near where Berca nualilies of tho mountain men. hinged on the coach. committees aro as follows: now stands, nnd from this point he Wnsnint,tnn am nls sta(r represented game of tho senson. It was, as In SENIOR MEETING There arc men who have not enough Conning Mrs. T. J. Coyle, Mrs. A. B. the case of the first game, a tic. A At the regular meeting of the SeIndividuality or backbone to order of- first sees, to his great delight, the the Rovolutlon. General Winfield characteristic of the Normal boys is Strong nnd Mrs. Gndd. levels of Kentucky. wllicn fending plavers permanently off the Scott thp Wnr of 1812 clean playing, nior clnss in James Hall at vesper Sewing Mrs. I. L. Mnrtln, Mrs. O. their Scene four depicts conditions in one-haof al) Amerlc-nfield when thev are inclined to make Wci were alwnys with proper regard for the hour Wednesday, OctoWr 27, a pro G. Baker, Mrs. Thos. McQueen. Kentucktans) i the Beren G. A. R. fouls. And there are many, many North Carolina when Scotch-Iris- h other fellow. The boys of the Nor-m- gram for tho clnss activities of the Cooking Mrs. R. Davis, Mrs. T. J. men who are not lacking in the power people were not given justice in the p09t, tho Union Army of 18C1; the Lake, Mrs. J. Browning. team are new on the job. Only fall term was mnde. A preliminary to deal harshly with wrongdoers, but courts and tho night riding regula- - Richmond Bivouac, the Confederates two of them hnd ever played foot- discussion wns held regarding a pos- Vegetables and Fruits Mrs. Jns. whose morals of manhood are cor- tors arose in protest. James Robert- - and rjcrca College students, who are ball before; the majority Barrett. Mrs. F. Dowden, Mrs. J. of them sible Senior class book. The secremen. the World War. rupt as well, for thev actually en- son hns just returned home, after R. McQueen. never witnessed n gnmc before Mon-da- tary was instructed to secure n largo permanent record book, which Is to Llvo Stock R. Davis, C. G. Baker, courage skulking tricks! a year's exploring on the Watauga, (There were 800 Bcrea students in October 25th. T wish to remind all people become the property of tho school that now Tennessee river, ne reaches the last war). J. R. McQueen. when individuals of a team stoop home only a day or two before the Tn the eleventh a number of young Miss Lucille Nny returned to Be- nnd to be used by succeeding gradu- Corn Wlllard Baker, Chas. Barrett, down to emnlov underhanded and de- bloodr battle of Alamance. A num- lnd?es posed as a groun of statuary, ren, having been called away by ill- ating classes. George Dnvis. ber of men decide to go to Watagua. The central figure. Apnolachta, was testable trickeries the wishy-wash- y Handmade articles (wood) C. M. ness in her family. person known as the coach is to Next. Colonel Henderson, who sees spnning the thread of life's Ideals McIIone, J. W. Lake, Jas. narrett. Tho girls at Momingsido nnd North JUNIOR CLASS ORGANIZATION Jordan Bowers, president; Mnttic blame, and he should be "fired" at the great possibilities of tho country wjth her richest treasure, a child, When the plans were laid out an! Carolina Cottages gave n hollowe'en Perry, west, urges tho men to go tcrweaving its little hopes nnd joys soclnl Mondny night. Beulnh Lewis, stated that there would be 500 peoonce! secretary. Elton Dameron, treasurer; ple on tho ground, eyes grew llko A person, who as coach, instructs on and settle Kentucky. Some arelwith the motherland's ideals. Around Social Committee Edward Congle-to- bnrrel heads, but when the reports his plavers to "down" a good man of persuaded; but many go back. His the nedestal were Appnlachta's Y. W. C. A. Nellie Bniley and Macy Brent; began to come from different schools, was a momentous one. nad tcrlni resources, nt ono side in the the onnosine side because he Is afraid secrctaty of Miss Riggs, student his team will receive an honest whip- he gone back, the whole Mississippi rpnr Manufacturing with machinery the south central field of the Young Program Committee John Nichols. then our patron said, "1 believe It Valley would have remained In the an(j factories and nt tho other ping throurh the efforts of the ono Woman's Christian Association, spoke Bernice Pennington nnd F.lirabeth will go 1200 or more." good man, is kin to a polecat! Such of the French, nnd the Eng. iniT nn(j Engineering. Reclinintr to both divisions of our Y. W. C. A. Parker. Members of the homes worked until In lish would finally have been crowded WPro Agriculture and Forestry, with Sunday evening In Upper Chipcl. a person is literallv a Jelly-fis- h 10 to 11 o'clock nt night and begnn HALLOWE'EN CELEBRATION moral structure. And like a jelly- to the seaboard. sickle and sheaf and trees: nt the Sho gave us n very helpful and Inbefore dnybrenk preparing for the In place of tho usual activities for fair. fish, he can be moved in anv wav that Then came tho ballroom scene. othor side was Commerce with spiring tnlk on prayer. the evening of October 30, the Acadtho tide, i.e., the supporters of the the dancers are engaged In the roads, etc. One lady of the community stated, emy students enjoyed a special pro- "This is tho greatest thing team see fit to move him. Such a stately minuet, Daniel Morgan apever wo pageant closed with a glimpse Tho The Academy gram In Mnln Chnpcl. At tho open- hnd, and it has already taught mo person is a degraded pawn of the j pears and offered to General Washof Berea's student life, in which the ing of tho program Professor Smith many things. As I look over tho whlmisical mob! So finally a team's! ington a regiment of mountain men, study and work nnd play of loyal with the cornet nnd Clay Newklrk premium list, I sec things that I never JUNIOR JOLLITY sense of sportsmanship reflects upon hunters, explorers, and Indian fight Bereans was presented in song. On November 1st nt 7:00 p. m. (Continued on Page Five) the character of the crowd to which ers. Washington gladly accepts thei (Conllnnd en Sli) Col- It belongs because, obviously, such n service of theso men whoso skill ho coach follows its desire. kn0ws from experience with them in By way of comment wo have In tho fKhtlng Indians, though his officers CUANE OF MASSA- foregoing an excellent psychological ,j0 not SENATOR believe them to bo tho power CHUSETTS FRIEND OF experiment. If the psychologist will fuj mcn whlch they nftcrwards NEItKA COLLEGE look Into the bottom of a "dirty ' proved to be. 4An.., 1. ! - ...tl will .nvnnl n "alin.lt.". of Dalton, VV.IIII, III.. .tIHUUV ...I. .U.K.. 1. Senator Murray Crane, J Sccno seven brings tho history 1. nf Mass., who died last week, was one pntucky was a race, many of whom Iown " descendants of of the remarkable men of his genn continual scene of Indian mnssn- were all but "good sports." eration. His father, Marshall Crane, J ?rU,"h' 'l0'"; a""0'1 A team cannot long endure that foundation of n groat paper-makin-g laid tho noonc nati wen cnpiurcu nnu nciu prisemploys foul tactics, neither can n Inbusiness, which his sons adopted coach, not here, at least. 'T were bet oner by tho Indians and was creased, and from which other largo Ho flag' ns h!s, son ,c,",c( ter, indeed, to lay aside the white commercial Interests grew. Marshall rJInC1 ""'1 of truce, if such a condition is to Crane was one of the early aboliPlay" the fort. Mrs. Boone, thinking spirit General College News .,,n.n "'l ?lflsh ?rP', ,f Department 1 lf h ir whole-hearte- lf s nl y, low-dow- n, n, Min-han- rail-Whi- le rj Your Opportunity COLLEGIATE The crown of the whole Institution, which provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. Courses leading to Classical, Scientific, Philosophical and Literary Degrees. NORMAL Cost Exceedingly Low WITHIN THE REACH OF THE POOR Any ambitious boy or girl in tho mountains can go through BorcA College, or any of the Allied Departments, for $150 a year. As each student is required to do some work, the nbovo amount is reduced by the nmount of work performed. A student of energy nnd reliability can greatly reduce the cash payment by work, but no student mny expect to work out his entire expenses. The school which trains both rural and city teachers, with special attention given to rural teaching. Equal standing with State Normals, and graduates aro given state certificates, and courses. courso beyond the common branches for B.Pcd. Six-ye- ACADEMY Tho Preparatory course, four years, is tho straight road to College. Tho English course of two years is designed for those who do not expect to tench nor go through College. It gives tho best general education for those who cannot go further In school. 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VOCATIONAL 7.80 10.25 $33.05 7.80 17.50 $31.30 $15.00 $10.30 Amount due first of term Bonrd, C weeks, due middle of term .....$10.50 $10.55 Total for term 1 wygMMr Ladies Hall and Main Dining Room For Vocational and Foundation students, subtract $1.00 from tho abovo incidental fee. For College students, ndd $1.00. Every student must send $1.00 deposit In advance, otherwise, room will not bo reserved. Commerce. Stenography, Typewriting and Penmanship aro from 50o. to $1.00 a week extra. Music Is also from 50c. to $1.00 u week extra. COST OF LIVING. By good business management anrf studied economy, the Collego is alilo to reduce tho cost of living in Boroa to tho lowest possiblo figure Tho times nro working hard against us and tho constant battlo with the high cost of all commodities Is a trying one, but thus far the Collego has won. Tuition Is frco, Inoldontal fco $5, $0, and $7 a term, according to tho courso taken, room and hoard for about $125 a year and many olhcr valuablo and necessary additions to tho student's school life, such as gymnasium, athletics, hospllal-anlectures aro free. All students from tho mountains abovo fifteen years of age, of good character, studious habits and a willingness lo work nro Invited and will find a wholehearted welcomo to Bcrea, hut thoy must mako reservations In advance. d Write for v a Catalogue and book ol Chief Regulations, to the College Secretary, MARSHALL'E. VAUGHN, Bcrea, Kentucky. November 4, 1020 n TUB CITIZEN point to n "pot. rrnm n spot to nri object, mid nt length wns defined ns n mnn on horseback. Presently Aleck McOrne drew up nt the door. "Hello, fnrmers," he cried, "how goes the buttle? An' the good wives? Itillldlng a Utile IMen In this wilder I'll warrant. Tell (lieni to put nnother nnme In the pot, nn' n hungry nnme nt Hint. I hnven't seen n white womnn's menl I don't know when." The friends gathered about the old timer, plying him with ipiestlons. which he answered or discussed until the menl wns over, holding his own business quietly In the background Hut with supper ended, his pipe In his teeth nnd his feet resting eoinfortnhly In the oven, he broached his subject. "Heady for the road In the morn- In, .lack? Don't want to break up your little honeymoon, y' know, but the month Is wearing on, Nothing hut horseback for It now. nn' they do sny the settlers nre crowding up wonderful. The hest land's go ing fnst. Most of them will hold up now, with the rondx breaking, but by slipping out on our horses we can lo cate an' flip hefore the real spring on should get soini' rush opens. kind of shelter up before the frost Is out of Hip ground. o's to lose no time from plowing once the spring opens.' Harris needed no urging, nnd In the early morning the two men. with Man kets and provisions, started out on horseback for the still farther west. Harris soon found that more Judgment wns required In the select Ion of a prairie farm than he lind supiiosed. nnd he congratulated himself upon having fallen In with so experienced a plainsman as McCrne. "This Is good enough for me," snld Harris at length, as their horses crest' ed n little elevation from which the prnlrle utretrhed nway In nil direc tions, smooth ns a table. "Isn't It mag' Pago Three- - lie. IMWHifltMHini Author of sssssV . J: aK lassM I Mtf I yBHI 1 J W "The CbwlinchorrfCL. Illuftrntion hy "J Copyright All Righb ResoiVcd bright stnr shone ilmvn from the one () one they appeared In the henveiix. It crew colder. The snow mi longer inked mi the horses' feet tin sleigh runners creaked nut whined iiueiintilly. Tin- - tciini (nine to n sudden stop. The IcIkIi In front wns obstructing Hie roml, mill the pnrty rinsed up In, solid foriiiHtlon. "Camp No. 1," called Aleck McCnio. from the Ueml sleigh. "Hun these sleighs up In two row," mill he where he wmileil them placed. "It's hard on the horses an' cm I lie. nfter the warm ears, hut they'll stand II tonight If they're well blanketed. Toiniirrow ttlntlit we'll he among the Mciinmiltox, with n rhiinee of getting A Irwin tyer$ west , linll-rate- stable riMiin." Ah-ck'- s illreetlon the sleighs were run up In two rows, nhiuit 20 feet iiurt. faring the north. Two sleighs were then nm across the opening lit the norlh eml, no (lull nltogclli-e- r they formed n three-sideeourt. Men with shovels qulrkly clenreil the snow from the northerly portions of the court, nnil there the tent was pltchtsl. Tin- - ground was covereil with blankets, robes nml bedding. Potx nnil pans were produced; women eager to lie of service swarmed nhout the stove, nml chttilrcii, free tit hist of their mufti lit wmps, niiiip.il In glee iimoriK the robes nr dayi-ehiick nml forward with the swinging shadows. Savory Kinells soon were coining from hut frying puns, km slicisl hum d I fuller Savory SmelU Soon Were Coming From Hot Frying Pant. with lirend mid gravy, wns served up In tin plates mid passed nhout the tent, Everybody mnrrlcd men mid women, miilden.s mid young men. girls, loy. mid little children wns ravenously hungry, mid for n few minutes little could he hetird hut the plying of tlie vhinds. Hut us the first edge of hunger hecnuie dulled the edge of wit sharpened, mid ImiKhter nml hunter rolllrked hnck mid forwent through the tent. The doctor, now quite took n census, mid found the total population to he US. These he classified ns 12 mnrrled, eight eligible, seven children, mid himself, for whom he found no classification. When the menl wim over nnd the dishes unshed nnil packed. Aleck uinde nnolher round of the camp hefore settling down for the night. Menntline mothers gathered their fmnllles nhout them ns hext they could; the little onex xleeplly muinhled their prnyers. mid nil hands, young mid old, ueslleil down like n hrood of tired chickens unifer the white wings of the protecting tent. Outside the ground-drif- t sift ed gently nhout the xlelghs, the cowh sighed In contentment, mid the wolves ynpped to ench other In the distance. sis-he- CHAPTER II. Prairie Land. The nfternoou (hut has JusLheen wim typical of the dnys that were to follow as the Immigrant party Inhered Its slow pilgrimage lutii the farther west. True, they entered on the very next day n district having mime pretense of xettlement. where It was sometimes posslhle to secure xhel-t- r for the women mid children under hovpltalile Mcmionlte roofs. They soon emerged from the Ited Hlver vnlley, left the viixt, level, treeless plain them, and plunged Into the rolling anil lightly wooded I'emhlna region. with After numerous consultation MtCrne. Harris had tirraugeil Hint his Immediate destination should ho In a district where the scruh country melted Into oH'ii prnlrle on the western side of the I'emhlua. The Artluirses, d who were also of the, party, had there, tt ml 1'ied Arthurs had hullt n llttje hojiKo on the. hind the d hoine-stende- yeiir hefore. ArlTTilns nm now bring-trihis young wife to share with him nml the privileges of the privation their new home. A friendship lind sprung nil hclween Mrs. Arthurs nml Mrs. Harris, mid nothing seemed more npproprlnte limn Hint the two women should occupy the house together while llnrrls sought out new liomesteiul liitul mid Arthurs proceed-ewith the derelnpment of tils fnrni. After the crossing of the I'einhlnn he piirty began to son tier mime to homcxtends ulrendy locnteil; others to friends who would hlllrt them until their nrrniigcmcnts were completed. At length riime the trull, nlmost lost In the disappearing snow, Hint led to e A ipilck Arthurs' homestend. with Ned Uncoil, mid the doctor, find n few others who lind grown upon theiii In the Journey, mid the two youiii! coiilile.s turned out to lirenk their way over the little-useroute that now Iny hefore them. Ihirkness wnx settling down dark-li- e of the seventh night since their departure from Kmerson when, like a mole on the face of the plain, a Utile gray lump grew on the horizon. Arthurs rose In Ids sleigh nnd waved his fur nip In the air; Harris sent hack an answering cheer. Slowly the mole grew until In the gathering shad ows It took on Indistinctly the shape of n hullillng. nml Just ns the rising moon rresifd the ridge of the IVmhl nn hills the travelers swung up nt the door. Arthurs walked unerringly ton lei II on the wnll nnd took down n Inn teni: Its dull llame drove the mist slowly down the glass, and presently the light was healing hack from the glistening frost which sparkled on every log of the little room. "Well, hen- - we arc In Hungry Hall," said Arthurs. "Kverythlng Just as I ug left It." Then, to his wife. Tome. I,," In. said. Jack, perhnps ou lni an engagement of your own." He took his wife In a passlonati e hrtii-nml planted a fervent kiss upon her lips wlill,. Harris followed his Then they sat down on the hox.-that served for chairs, nnild n hnppli'oss too deep for words. So in. minutes pass,., until Mrs. Ar-- I urx s,n,n!; to her feet. "Why. Mnrv," site exelaliinsl, "I do helleve vi.tire rrylnr," while the moisture g'MciiiHl on Ii.t own rheek. "Now, yen men. clour out! I suppose yon j'hink the horses will stalile them-- ' selves? Yes. I see von have the box 't of wood. I'nsl. That's not so had ''ir n start, l.euve some matches, and "Itn't It Magnlfieentl All Free for the Taking!" v '"ii inlnht Just get our hoxes In ie lleioeiulier we've llvisl In thene nlficent! And all free for the takto lies for Hie hest part of two ing!" !s" ei "It's pretty to look nt." said McThe young men sprang to their task, Crne, "but I guess you didn't come mil ns soon as they were out of the west for scenery, did you?" house the girls threw their arms nhout "Well, what's the matter with It? ' h other and wept like women to- Look at Hint grass. If the soli wasn't 'ether. It was only for a moment; n all right It wouldn't grow native crops pi'ck dash of the hnnd ncross the like that, would It?" es. and both were busy removing "The soil's all right," answered .Mmid wraps. The door opened, cCrne. "Nothing better anywhere, an' mil their "boxes." ns well as other you can plow ICO acres to every- - quarspilpmcnt from the xlelghs, were carter section. Hut this Is In the frost ried In. mid the men disappeared to belt. They get It every August some'lie little stable at the back of the times July. We've got to get further house. After several attempts the west yet. Into the higher land of the girls succeeded In starting n lire In the Turtle mountain sloes. I know there's rusted stove, mid soon Its grateful heat good stuff there that hnsn't been " wns radiating to cery comer of the room. And so they pressed on, until, In The house was built of poplar logs, the bright sunshine, the blue line of hewed and at the corners the Turtle innuntnln lay like n hike with the skill of the Ontario woodson the western horizon. man. It was about 1'Jxlrt feet In sire, Jinny tTnies In their explorations s with eight feet from the they passed over sections Hint Hurrls Moor. The roof wns of two thicknesses of elm boards, with tnr paer would have accepted, but McCrne obbetween. The floor was of poplar jected, finding always somo flaw not boards. The door wns In the east nppnrent to the untrained eye. At side, near the southeast corner; the length they rode over n qunrter where stove stood about the center of the MeC'rue turned his horse and rode east wall. The only window' was In hnck ngnln. Forward nnd hnck, nnd hack, they rode the 100 acres, the south; six panes of 8x10 glass sufuntil not a rood of It had escaped ficed for light. Through this window another lantern shone back from the their scrutiny. On the southeast cordarkness, and the tllrkerlng light from ner n stream, In a ravine of some the stove danced In duplicate. A rough depth, cut off a triangle of n extent. Otherwise It wns prnlbonrd table snt under the window; n rle sod, nlinost level, with yellow clny box nnlled In the southwest corner evidently servisl ns cupboard. No tools lying nt the Imdger holes. Down In nr movables of nny vnlue hud been the ravine, where they had been sheltered from lire, were red willows, left In the place, Arthurs hnvlng stored choke cherry hushes, nnd a few Utile xtjch effects with a neighbor, some poplars nnd birches; n winding pond doren miles nway. lest they be stolen marked the course of the stream, from the cabin by some unscrupulous which was running In considerable voltraveler during his absence. ume. Kven n they stood on the bank The days that followed were days n grent cracking was heard, and huge of Intense ncthlty for both men and blocks of Ice rose to the surface of women. There wns much to do, Inrose side nnd out. In tho Interior of the tho pond. Some of these ns they showing little house nn extmnrdlnnry rhnnge turned pnrtly on their edge, was wrought : simple draperies nml two smooth shies. "Good !" exclaimed McCrne. 'There's pictures relieved Hie bnreness of the some depth of water there, Tlmt pond wnlls; shelves were hullt for the of many trinkets dear to hnsn't frozen solid, or tho Ico wouldn't como up like Hint. Thnt means water the feminine heart n rag carpet covered the center of the tloor; plnlu but nil winter for stock. Independent of your well a mighty Important considappetizing dishes peeked enticingly from behind the paper curtain that eration, which a lot of these don't seem to reckon on. now clothed Hie bare ribs of the cupNow there's a good qunrter, Jnck. This board ; and a sense of homeliness percoulee will give shelter for your stock vaded the atmosphere. In raw weather, an' there's n bench A week bail passed, and no sign of though It was put there for life, other than thnt of Hie little pnrty looks as your little house. There's light timItself, lind been seen nboul the Arber to the north, lit for fuel an' buildthurs' hiimestend. when one day Haring, within lf miles, nn' there'll ho eyes already becoming keen to tho ris' neighbors here before the suininer'H prnlrle distances, espied n dark point over, or I'm no prophet. What do you on Jdi horizon, -- It grew slowjy Jf nun some-iTdnhnnd-shakJIt-Crntil-ds tnk-en.dove-tnlled eolhir-beamd ', s arrest "The quarter suits me." said Harris. "And the adjoining quarter Is gisiil stuff, loo. I rnn Inke Hut Hiiro's Just Hon right on Hint. one thing I'm In doubt nhout. How I'm going to squnre It with you for the service you hnve given. My ensh Is " getting low. nnd I "Don't worry nhout thnt. I generally size up my customer nn' bill Mm accordingly. If he has lots of money, nn' seem likely to pnrt with It foolishly. I put as much of It ns I can In Hut there Isn't nny nfe keeping. money fee ns far ns you're concerned, Kurt Is, I klndn figure on trading this bill out with you. I expect to he roving this country, east an' wist, for some years to come, nn' I've n little policy of establishing depots heir an' then. places where I can drop In for a square menl an' a sleep an' a hit of I'laces. too. If western hospitality. you like, where there are men to sny n good word for Aleck McCrne. How's that "till you?" Harris took his friend's hand In n wiirm grip. He rightly guesei that McCrne was tint bartering his services hut wns making It for ensy for Harris to accept them by np ienrlng to bargain for a service In return. So they shook hands together on the side of the bunk overlooking the little coulee, and as they looked In each other's eyes Harris realized for the first time that Mifnie wns still n yoitng man. A scum- - of comradeship cnnie over htm n feeling thnt this man was more of a brother tlinii'a father. With admiring eyes he looked on McCrne's fine fncc. his broad shoulders, his wonderful phy sique, nnd the question he asked xprang from his lips before he could prp-eini- s It. "Why don't you get mnrrled. .Mac?' "Who. me?" said McCrne. laughing hut Harris detected a tone hi his voice that was not all happiness, and the thought enme to him that .Mc Crne's craving for hospitality might root deeper than he supposed. "It's n long ride to the hind olllce," continued McOrne, "nn' you can't tile a minute too soon. We'd better find a rner post an' make sure of the number of this section, nn' put ns much roud behind us ns we can tonight." After Ming nt the hind olllce Harris etnrned nt once Arthurs' home-stenThe news that the Harrises wen- - to be neighbors within 40 miles wns received with enthusiasm liy both mid Lilian Arthurs. Hut Harris wns now consumed with n burning energy; he nllowed himself only a precious half day at the home of the Arthurse" hade his wife an affectionate fnrewell. nnd, with n cheery good-bto the warm friends on the homestead, he was away down the trail to Kmersnn. On nrrlval at Kmerson one of the first men he met was Tom Morrison. The two pioneers shook hands warmly, nnd In a few words Harris told of Jinvln selected his claim, wnxlng en- tocnllty In which Miusiastic over-ttihis lot wns to he cast. must get out there myself,"-mil- d Sloinson. "Io,' Harris urged. "There nre some other flue quarters In the neigh borhood, and nothing would he better than to hnve you on one of them." The trip wns made In good time, although not without dltll- culty at some points In the rond. nnd hefore the tenth of April Harris wns hack under the shelter of Arthurs' roof. He wns for pressing on nlone In the morning, hut he found that his wife had made all her plans to accompany him and would listen neither to persuasion nor reason. "Hut. Mary, there's no house, and no shelter, and no neighbors nothing but sky and grass as far as you can see.' 'All the more reason I should go." she answered. "If you hnve to rough It In the open you nt least deserve vour menls cooked for you, nnd such other help ns n womnn can give. I really must be with you. I really must, John, nnd you know I'm going." So nt last he consented. The sup plies of provisions were Increased, nnd together they set out to wrestle their fortunes from the wilderness. On arrival at the homestead the young wife Immediately gave evidence that she Intended to bear her full share of the pioneer's duties. A comparatively dry spot was found among the little poplars, and here she hullt n tent with blankets nnd a hit of rag carpet that came la most handy for such purposes. Their stove wns set up, mid although tt smoked stubbornly for lack of draught, It furnished heat for cooking, and when Jack returned from tethering the horses the smell of frying hnm nnd hot tea struck his nostrils. 'Well. Hint's better (linn rustling for myself, I will ndmlt," he said. That night, hefore the darkness lind gathered too deep, they selected the site of their house on the very bench It was had Indicated. that about an acre In extent, and Rtood hnlfwny between the prnlrle level mid the bottom of the coulee, where n small river was now running. It was quite dark when they sought the cover of their little tent, nnd the wolves wen howling fnr down the ra vine. I'resliJently they were stnrtled by n crashing noise, ns of some big animals rushing upon them through the poplnrx, nnd the horses. In headlong Ijaste, almost swept over their sleep-Itii- tthe west-houn- d j. nliH'ev 'That wolf howl wt the feur Into the silly brutes." said Harris, speak- ing calmly, although his own llcsli was cns'plng Just a little. "I suppose they've rlppisl their tether ropes to pieces. Well, we'll tie them down here, where they'll have company." And he led them buck a short distance Into the hushes. (To bo Continued) ton. The i Mllciitlon of thlf memorial, coming ns It does under the seal and function of congress, will make n great celebration. The orator who tnnkes the nddress of the day nt the dedlcn-Howill front nn opportunity which, If successfully grasped, will give Mm Immortality. Webster at the Hunker Hill tlcdlt nam not only mnde the occnslon UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE GETS IT8 llninortnl. hut himself ns well. "Several great nnmes hnve been sugFIRST TRIAL AT APPROACH-- ! gested for the master effort. Three INQ QENERAL ELECTION. nien. especially, have been suggested former President Taft. thechalnnnn of the Lincoln commission; the retiring POLLS WILL CE THRONGED president, Woodrow Wilson, nr the Incoming chief executive, whether .ip be Cox or Hnrdli'g. It would be a great Increased Deluge of BalloU Causes occasion for either of them. HowSome Anxiety The National Cam- - ever, these are merely suggestions, and It Is too early yet to sny what will be Is palgn Ending In a Rather done. Lethargic Way. "The Lincoln memorial Itself Is unexcelled for simple grandeur, fine By JAMES P. HORNADAY. masses of lines, artistic perception, Washington. Another general elec- Hon Is at hand. On the third of No massive Oreek simplicity and, above all, the wonderful statue by Krelich of vember the lieoplc of the United Stntes will start the day with the i the great emnnclpator, which shows n knowledge Hint they have chosen n marvelous fidelity to the subject and a new President nnd a new vice presi- sympathetic nml masterful conception of the magnitude of the work underdent, of the United States taken. Washington has nothing to surI senate nnd nn entirely new liiiue of pass and In the Interest nnd representatives, and that the voters spiration to he found In charm great methis In most of the states have elected governors and other state and county ofll morial." Status of Merchant Marine. cers. The outstanding feature of the The tutiil documented election will be the first trial of uniUnited of the versal suffrage. The women obtained merchant marine IP'-t-), 1, conthe right to vote this yenr Just In the States on October , rilf.L tw. ifiji uivj -- i.... 11 ...tn;, I.... .1..... OIIIHIIIUIl i. IUIU sisted of ;t,48'J vessels i,f 11,70S;142 gross tons of approximately 17,502,!il3 so nre happy. If there ever wns nny question ns to deadweight tons. Of this total the whether the women would very gen- shipping hoard now- owns 1,0'J7 veserally exercise the right of suffrage sels of ll,Sll"J,o-l,- gross tons, equivalent should It be conferred on them. It has to lO.'.ll.i.noS deadweight tons. Of this been answered by the rush of women totnl ow ned by the shipping board, ClKl to register wherever registration Is re- vessels of H,0.'Si),005 deadweight tons quired, and by the keen Interest they are vessels of less Hum 5,000 deadare showing In the campaign In every weight ions each. Vessels bttwten section of the country. The Indica- 5,000 and 0,000 deadweight tons numor 771,7.14 deadweight tons. ber tions now nre thnt the political organiThe tonnage of nctlve vessels at zations will not have to take any unby the shipping usual steps to get out the woman vote. present controlled It has always been necessary to make bonrd exclusive of the vessels operatsome eiTort to bring out the mnn vote, ed by the army and navy anil under hut this yenr nt least the women. It bareboat and time charter are distribseems certuln. will he among the early uted In the various trades as follows: per cent In northern Euarrivals at the voting places and there Thirty-eigh- t ropean; 0 per ceut In southern EuIs no prospect of nny considerable ropean; 4 per cent In African; 17 icr number of 15 per cent In cent In Trans-PacifiPolls Likely to Be Crowded. 1) per cent in West In many of the states the problem South American; In of accommodating the Increased num- Indies nnd Caribbean; 0 per cent domestic service and i! per cent In ber of voters has presented Itself. In nearly every state the voting will tnke operating between foreign ports. Of the steel vessels owned by the place under state election laws that were enacted before suffrage was con- shipping board engaged In these services 5S'. are operating frpni North ferred on the worn These election ports, HI) from South Atlantic laws provide that local election otllcers 221) from Oulf ports, 132 from shall contemplate thnt nhout so ninny ports, In persons will vote In a voting precinct, Pacific ports, 80 are employed 551 are operating beand arrangements for receiving the coastwise service, presvote Is made on that basis. It has not tween foivlgn ports, 113 are at been possible In n great ninny local- ent unallotted to any designated berth These latter virtually ities to make any changes In the local liner service. election machinery, nnd so It seems constitute the Irnmp service. From Atlantic Ports. obvious tjiat there will be much crowding, mid the possibility of not Of the total operating on the North" being able to take care of nil the vot- Atlantic district, 274 vessels are opers nmt present themselves unless bal- erating from the port of New York. lot depositing goes on very rapidly. 102 from Norfolk, 00 from lfaltlmore, According to the political managers, 70 from Philadelphia, 2.1 from Boston " tho women ure likely to get their and one from Por lnnd. Me. The tovotes all In everywhere ahead of the tal deadweight operating from North men. Atlantic ports Is 3,091,504. Of the toOf course every effort will be mnde tal tonnage operating In berth line throughout the country to take care service 04 per cent of the deadweight of the Increased deluge of ballots, and tonnage Is oioratlng from the Atlantic representatives of the national polit- ports. ical organizations who have been givThe total tonnage operated by the ing some special attention to this situ- United Stntes shipping board excludation say that there Is nothing In tho ing vessels operated by the nrmy and situation to he alarmed about; that nnvy on October 1, 1020, numbered 1,- with good management the day should (111 vessels, the deadweight tonnage result In everybody's being able to of 10,150,7.19 (10 vessels operated by deposit his or her ballot. Of the 1,027 the army and nnvy). Speaking broadly, the national camvessels owned and controlled by the paign approaches the end In a rather shipping bonrd on October 1, 1920, 1,- lethargic way. The political managers 504 were cargo vessels, 27 were cargo connected with the various pnrty or- nnd pnssenger vessels, 70 were tankganizations have done all they could to ers, 15 refrigerators, and 5 trans create Interest nnd keep It alive, and ports. The cargo nnd passenger ves to some extent they have been suc- sels Include two vessels chartered from cessful, but the great masses of the Peru on which the shipping board has voters have gone about their every day an optional ugreement of purchase. alTalrs, evidently with a pretty clear Included In the total number of vesIdea ns to what they expect to do on sels owned and controlled at October election day regardless of the advice 1, 1020, nre 28-- wood and composite of the politicians. vessels .ind live concrete vessels. At Lincoln Memorial Finished. the close of September, 1020, 00 of these wood vessels were In active The Lincoln memorial Is practically finished. It will be dedi- secvlce and 224 were In charge of cated ns soon ns tho grounds sur- managing caretakers nnd withdrawn rounding the memorial ure In condi- from operation. Recruiting for the Service. tion. Thus fnr congress has fulled to mnke appropriation for the handling At the time the Unttea States enof these grounds ns planned by the tered the World war there was a commission In chnrgo of the memorial. shortage not only of American ocean The members of the commission feel tonnage but of men to mun the botthat the grounds should be In keeping toms embraced In the ship construcwith the artistic development of the tion program. To meet this condition memorial, which will rank ns one of to date the board bus trained through tho greatest monuments of tho world. Its recruiting service over 14,000 offAccording to John Temple Graves, icers and 33,000 men below the grade resident member of the memorial com- of officer for the merchant marine. mission, the entire commission, which During the fiscal year ending June Includes former President Tuft, 30, 1020, the sea service bureau placed Champ Clark, Hepresenta-tlvon American vessels a total of 100,801 Cumion, former Hepresentatlve olllcers and men, of which number McCall, Colonel HIdley und Francis 05 per cent were Americans. Hncon, believes that the proper treatWhen the shipping board through Its ment of the grounds Is essential to agencies first bog mi placing men on complete tho memorial. ships In 1017 ut the port of New York, In addition to these artistic reasons, which Is used as an example because there was voiced u protest on th mr It Is the most represented, IK) per cent of the house last session against havof the crews placed on American vesing the memorial dedicated while con- sels were aliens. gress was not In session. Another For the last 12 mouths 37,271 olllquestion In regard to the dedication Is cers and men were placed on Ameriwhether to risk dedication In doubtful can ships by the New York olllce of winter weather when It Is sure to the sen service bureau. Of that numprove a great national and Interuiitton-n- l ber 00 jier cent were Americans. The event mid might easily be spoiled by percentage of Americans In the deck Aw soon as emiInclement weather. and steward's department is lowered gres reconvenes the commission will by the of aliens In the advise with It as to the time to he set there being more aliens serving for the dedication. In that department than any other on Will Be Qreat Celebration. Of this number 0,318 board ship. Speaking of the beauty of tho me- were uWe seamen ; 4.937, about S3 Jer morial and the prospects for the dedi- rent of that total, were Amerlcuns, cation, Mr. Oraves said: A totHl while 4.831 were foreigners. 'The dedication Itself will be a great of 2.908 ordinary seamen wore placed memorial, as Lincoln Is the most uniOf this totul 2,041 or In sea service. versally beloved mull since Washing nearly K) per cent were Americana, WOMEN n EAGER TO VOTE one-thir- d g - lc o 0 fire-roo- Tarc Four THE CITIZEN TOWN LEADER IK GOOD'WORlC November 4, 1920 wreck near whites station E. L. Hamilton, section foreman, and Sonnlo Mnupin, colored, were-- killed, Tom Hamilton was fatally Injured, LOCAL PAGE NKVVS OF UERKA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES Shtrburn, FROM A In New York, IU Inception of SyiUmatlo Tr Prtlted for Planting. In 1012 making The Jnte nf New OPENING OF INDUSTRIAL ' The Woman's Industrial will open Scientific horse shoeing, flno iron Monday, November 8, In the Union work nnd repairs of all descriptions church. All who arc Interested are at tho Collccc Blacksmith Shop, Main urged to bo present at that time. street, north of The Citizen Office. advertisement. ARMISTICE DAY, NOVEMBER 11 Armistice Day will be eclcbrnted In Berea on next Thursday. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Castle Jonathan C. Day, Head of the Lnbor arc the happy parents of a baby girl, Temple of New York City, will give named Ora Eveline. an address on "Americn nnd the Dr. and Mrs. H. F. Robinson and Changing World." children started south to Dnnia, Fin., A football game has been schcd-- l to spend the winter month. The doc- ulcd for tho afternoon between Berea tor himself will be absent only for nnd Richmond. two weeks. Doctor Thompson went with his car also. JOHN IIAZELWOOD DIES Mr. and Mrs. Turner Gott have John Haiclwood, who has been n moved to Berea from Irvine. They life long resident of Bcren, died nt will make their home here this year. his homo on Big Hill pike, Mondny, Miss Norn Azbill is visiting with November 1. He was a good citizen, friends in Irvine this week. a man who hnd many friends and no John Hazclwood, of Berea, died enemies. Funeral services were conMonday nt 11 o'clock at his home. ducted by Rev. Howard Hudson nt Mr. Hudspeth, minister of the Berea cemetery, Tuesday, nt 3:00 Christian church, motored to Rich- o'clock. mond with Mr. Scruggs, Monday. Mrs. N. E. Davis spent the day, BAPTIST CHURCH Tuesday, with her sister, Mrs. Laura The revival services nt me unpusi Jones. church closed last Sunday night. W. B. Jones and Frank Jones came There were thirty-si- x additions to in home to vote, Tuesday. the church. The membership was Mr. and Mrs. Wilder and children greatly benefited by the meetings. are preparing to motor to Flordia Baptismal services will be held next to spend the winter. Mr. Wilder has Sunday morning. been, for two years, a citizen of A tithcrs band has been formed Berea. members. with twenty-fiv- e ftt Mr. and Mrs. Jessie McKinncy motored via Louisville to Indiana to UNION CnURCH visit relatives and friends in that The yearly meeting of the constate. gregation of the Union church was Henry Jones, who has been work- held last Thursday night. The at ing for some time near Hamilton, O., tendance was large and a deep in-- I camo back to Berea to vote. terest was manifested by all pres. Mr. and Mrs. Benton Fielder and lent. A splendid supper was served children, Masters G. W. and Benton, by the ladies of tho Church. Jr., . will leave Saturday for n two The reports of the several officials visiting Mrs. Field- - i showed that much good work had , fcjwksjyacation. Sgeprfjuters and brothers in Washing-rtStvton- been accomplished by tho Church in C, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. the past year. The Church not only 'George Parker, nt Atcturus-on-th- e ministers to a large number of peoPotamae, Alexander, Virginia. ple in Berea, but conducts services son of Major in several outlying places anu gives Tho Washburn has had diphtheria. liberally to foreign and other misProfessor and Mrs. S. C. Mason sionary enterprises. aro leaving for Washington this Great interest was showing in the week. building of John G. Fee Memorial. W. P. Kincaid has returned to Be- The larger portion of the funds are rea after having spent a profitable secured and it Is expected that the two weeks at Fleming, Irvine and work of construction may be begun other places, In the Interest of next spring. Money Brothers. Sacramental address and service in Banks Hudson, of Danville, was a guest of Boone Tavern Sunday. Mr. Union Church next Sunday morning Hudson is a football enthusiast and at 11 o'clock. Thursday evening at is very proud of the Centre team, 7:30 Preparatory Service. which stands so high among the best college teams of the country. HALLOWE'EN MASQUERADE The girls of the Echo Club acFriends of M. P. Hayes, for the Student's Publish- cepted Mrs. S. R. Bnker's invitation ing Co., Memphis, Tcnn., are glad to to celebrate hallowe'en by giving a masquerade party in the basement welcome him to Berea again. of her store on Friday, October Best Blacksmithing I , Untv, gift, or condemnation, lands limine tree growth or forests tlioroon. or hinds which are siiltnlile for tlie growth of trees. The ndvnntnces to he obtained are numerous. the tnronip to In drrheil from the sale of forest products tliero lire the of- - ngilln Hon of itreiuu-flow- , protection of tlie wnterslHMl, Miolter from winds mid storms, protection to birds nnd Kiinir nnd n healthful reort for the people of the town nnd roiiimunlty. Slifrlnime. n vlllnce In Chennnco county. New York, has boon planting trees vslcmntlcntly Mneo 11)12, nnd the work was begun without the knnwl. nlge that state laws wore being enact cd which might make yomothlnx of an Inducement. It therefore deserves nil the more credit for Its Interest In forestry. To Dr. Homer O. Newton, for iimny yenrs a resident of Hint vllhiKe. Is due the honor of having Initiated the policy of tree-plaInc nnd watershed protection. The development f this jirojert should be followed with much Interest bv towns or vlllnces that contemplate similar plantations or forests. Bulletin of the Amerlcnii Forestry Assorlii jlun. pun-lime- ties Tortc passed a lnv and three, others wcro badly hurt as It possible for roun. they hastened to n wreck, In which lnwns nnd Tillages to nrtiulre, by some ten freight cars were thrown A Worthy- - Example Of Independence George Washington the father of his country was a man whoso example of thrift and success should be nn Inspiration to every American. From all his earnings ho set nsldo a Irlle over north of Whites Station. The men were on n motor car when It ran Into a box car on tho main track at tho Delmar switch. There was no signal on the car and the motor carried .o light. The Injured men wcro brought to Beren and placed In Robinson Hospital. Tom Hamilton died very soon after reaching tho hospital. Tho three colored men who were Injured are, Willie Hntton, Tom Elmo Dun-soand Willie Farrls. It Is Impossible at this time to stnto how serious arc their Injuries, but they nrc badly bruised and It Is possible internally Injured. The wreck caused n grent delay In trains and mnils. Bcrenns who were nnxious for election returns were grently Inconvenienced. n, certain part regularly days of his "sunset." A against the small amount deposited at this Bnnk in our Term Savings Account with interest at 41 compounded will quickly grow to large proportions. Try It. What the ring of the Liberty Bell meant to the Colonies, the Liberty Bell Home Savings Bnnk means to you Independence. GUT ONE OF OUR I.I IlKltr Y BELL BANKS OUTDOOR ADVERTISING TO . GO I . . .. r Mciton to uo Mway vrun xne Unsightly Billboards. I . . .' WONDERFUL SUCCESS The grent October reduction sale of Muncy Brothers, the new furniture nnd undertnklng store recently established here, came to nn end of last week, and wns a howling success from every stnndpolnt. The benutiful forty dollnr heating stove which they gnve nwny wns Snt-urd- Berea National Bank JOHN L. GAY, Cashier JOHN W. WELCH, President . ld Our most progressive towns have nearly nil demanded snfety nnd .sanitation In billboard construction, nnd n number of plnres limit the signs I'o business districts, or else require the .vrltten conent of n mnjorlty of the propertv owners before n sign can be Indicted on n residential block. companies have The billboard fought reform strenuously. In some states, civic associations claim that they have defeated legislation; In oth ers. It was said that they tried to have ordinances put Into effect which would not restrict use nf boards to anv extent, but which would make It appear that the town had settled the Question. Now that the courts nre deserting mag them, some of the nates seem to be fnlllug Into line with community Improvements nnd ngreo- Ing to the restrictions Imposed. They still claim, howeier, that outdoor advertising Is n legitimate mid highly eiltclent method of business promotion. They point to the undeniably artltlc signs painted by Maxfteld rnr rlsh as a Mimple of what n thing of lienuiv Hip billboard call be. They Ignore tbu fact that Mr. Parrlsli has painted only n few ads of thousaiKlf g Mnnler, nnd, judging from the "yell" which he let out when his nnme wns called, he must hnvc been pleased. The house was filled to overflowing long before the drawing took place, and every one seemed to be having a good time. W. P. Kincaid, manager of the store, mndc the nnnouncement that, while drnwn by Jcse On the Jump at Hensley & Cornett's Giving tlit? best quality anil lowest prices on Can Pure Lard, per can $12.00 Dolly Varden Flour, per bag.. 1.60 Best Meal, per bag 80 Sugar, per pound 14 Tuxedo Horse and Mule Feed 4.00 Shorts, best, per 100 lbs 3.50 Shipstuff, per 100 lbs 3.00 No. most merchants over the country are complaining of dull business, that this October had been a banner one for Muncy Brothers and especially Saturday, tho 30th, which was the biggest day in their history. When Muncy Brothers announce n "reduction" in prices for a certain length of time, they mean just what they say, and, therefore, crowds flock to their store to get their share of the great bargains. by-f- Timothy and Clover Hay any quantity from one bale to a car load. TIMOTHY SEED $4.50 PER BUSHEL Most complete line of Hardware in town. Meat Market. 1 Up-to-date Fresh Fish and Oysters Classified Advertisements Wc nre sharing in the success of our advetiscrs. Our readers will Jo well to read the advertisements to bo found in this paper, Hensley & Cornett Successor! to S. E. Welch Department Store Berea Kentucky dlspinjtd. . f sales-manag- er 29. The Invited guests armed about 7:30 and entered by wav of Short How do your trousers hang? waist, or twist too much to port or starboard and well, they'll never help you get a raise in salary. A belt has a' lot to do with the "set" of your trousers it's a reason why you'll want one of the new Braxtons we have in. The Braxton's a belt that's made to fit trousers hang from it as your tailor intended they should. Style, quality, comfort, seven leathers and many buckles to select from thank us for telling you about these Braxtons. we know, but let a pair of trousers sag at the It's a leading question, street, where two pumpkins greeted them at the basement door. There were many characters represented, each one wearing a mask, or being so disguised that their personality was not easily recognized. Everything looked "spooky" Inside the door, witches, black cats, shocks of foddpr, red apples, and autumn leaves being arranged in n decorative and suggestive manner. From tho time they nrrived until about eleven, they were entertained by games, social conversation, Virginia reel nnd music from tho victrola. Refreshments, consisting of punch, cake, doughnuts, apples, and candy were served. Those present were: Messrs. Clvde O'Rnnrk. Pnul Derthick, John Price. Robert Fish. H. H. Hnves. Orville Rnmey, Herbert Wnddel, Earl Wisemnn, Antanio Aler, Eugene s, Van-Scov- k. Randolnh VanScoyk, Z. McKinney. Paul Bicknell. Enrl T. come in, and you'll J. M. Co'yle & Co. BEREA, KY. Clarence Newland, Russell Plymnle, Claude Mentzer, Ralph Lcphart, Donald Edwards, Chester Morris and Wiliam Rossie; Misses Elizabeth Flannerv, Edna Jackson, Thclma Jackson, Dnisy Cook, Anita Golden, Ora Flannory, Bernicc Nor-ri- s, Zelma Peters, Ruth Robblns, Verna Flannery, Carol Edwards,1 Betty Herndon, Nell Case, Dorothy Raymond, Lois Hirschy, L")na Webb, Mnv Feese, Mary Robe, Lucy Englc, Edith Tutt, Naomi O'Rourke. Ber-nlc- e Baker, Kathcrino Dick, Mrs. S. R. Baker, Mrs. J. W. nerndon, Mr. and Mrs. Scruggs nnd Mr. and Mrs. Hirschy. List Your Property FOR SALE with We are still Belling; real estate, have some good bargains and some places on which tho terms are unusually liberal. If you can pay U down, you can make the other payments out of the land. Some nice residence property in town. Some houses and Horse Coming Back. lota In town that we can trade for Siidillei k and olio rs Interested In small farms. llit: horse profess to believe the day nf the equine Is about to dawn again. The possum's up the 'simmon tree, The raccoon's In the hollow; They point to the fart that snddlr horses are frequently seen In (Vntrin Dean and Herndon selling real estate ve park and that more That's surely worth the dollar. hlt'le are to lie observed on the city Kery now nnd then a Inn The election's getting pretty hot, H reels. di u. haroiii'he or plnln. plebeian hugg) Each party has its man, avenue while In But wo are not in politics cm be seen In the outlying dlstrieis the horse We want to sell you land. to be again asserting Ids right and he. It Is regarded as sg Ted Roosevelt's In Gloryland, to live nlflriilit that the hrldiil party of the And Bryan ought to be wedding, reeent Vaiiderbllt-I.lttlet.iBut if you want to buy a farm, the largest wedding noted here In u We aro the men to see. derinle. arrived nt Hie church In n convey a nee. New York We'vo got 'cm on tho dirt road, Tfmeu. And somo nre on tho "Dlx"; We have them n the Blue Grass, We've got 'em In tho ctlcks. horse-drawn s horse-drawn of a Garden. A garden Is a great thing to po. If yon In more ways than one. se do the work yourself It reward you with health and an appetite nnd udds years to your life. It gives you something to do when loalin; around the bou.-- e hns grown But aside from that It hns one other large advantage. It Is an excellent thing to have wbep you vant to lei your temper cool off. Yon can go out into the garden, when thlrgs have gone wrong Inside the house, and sn iin.Mhliig you want to the roe mid holljhoeks mid the phlox ana the cos mos mid the weeds nnd they deer talk l.nek. The man who owns n garden nnd knows e'lOiigh to ;.! Into It wber he should, has few regret", for he lein"s bllter thought unsaid. Advantages SEED WTIEAT FOR SALE Marvelous seed wheat for sale at ?2.50 per bushel. A. H. Kidd, Wal-nMeadow Pike. GUERNSEY BULL After November 1st, my registered Guernsey Bull will be found at my barn on west Chestnut street. Ask for pedigree. M. L. Spink, Be rea, Ky. Jno. F. Dean W. Herndon DEAN & HERNDON Dealers in Real Estate, Bcren, Ky. ut EATS The election isocr. The result nf same will be forbettcr or worse Let it be as it may, the American people will still cat. Now what it will be docs not matter so it is pure anil wholesome food That We will sell you: v J. 25 pounds corn meal Sugar per pound New rice 2 pounds Jersey Corn Flakes 2 pound packages , 90 ccnti " 14 25 25 " " We carry an especially blended I'eaberry Coffee, it is fine and will lb. You will be pleased. 25c can. pleae you, 40c Try Heinz Cream of Tomato Soup. Huinz Spaghetti for this cool weather is appetizing and economical, 15c a can. We will be pleated with a share of your patronage M.iStrct R. R. HARRIS ""' BEREA DRUG COMPANY Successor! to Welch's And if you want to leave the State And try some other land, We'll send you up to Or cross to A Complete Line of Books, Scruggs, Welch & Gay REAL ESTATE AGENTS But thero's n kind wo haven't got, (I wish wc did have some) That's land worth two hundred dollars, Which we can sell for one. Don't wait till land gets cheaper, You may not see that day, Nor hunt too long for bargains, But buy it while you may. Jchn Dean is always at The Hank, And Herndon rambling around. But if you want to buy a place, Thoy both aro easy found. So como to us and wo will try To banish all your woes, Sell ypu a farm whoro you can live, Howo'cr tho election goes. Stationery, Violins, Guitars, Jewelry, Silverware, Kodaks C& Films, Post Cards, Berea, Kentucky Berea Scenes, Manicure Sets and everything in Toilet Supplies. PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED PROMPTLY r-- F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR 4 Beautifying Home Grounds. First The home Is the dwelling place nf 'he family and should he made as u f til and Inviting an possible, free mid Mower will tcrve a good Fine hi if in doing this, with u little work MAIN ST. .one In the right direction. ' 1 Class Repairing AND Berea Drug Company Phone 59 Berea, Ky. Line of Jewelry BEREA KY Respectfully, DEAN & HERNDON November 4, 1020 THE CITIZEN KENTUCKY' NEWS (Continued on Pago Ono) trains on the Southern Railroad were delayed from three to six hours today by derailment of twelve cars of n southbound freight trnin near High Bridge early this morning. Tho cars were bndly nmnshed and the road bed torn up for considerable distance. Hearty endorsement of tho $300,-00- 0 bond issue, which will be used to equip and enlarge the Good Samnr-Itn- n nnd St. Joseph hospltnls, if favorably nctcd upon by tho voters of Lexington nt the polls Tuesdny, wns expressed Monday by Miss Linda Neville, well known soclnl worker who for some years hns been engnged in work of tho mountains. UNITED STATES NEWS (Continued on Pngo Ono) Inws wns discussed tonight when tho Bureau of Internnl Revenue Issued a warning ngninst "bottled In bond" whisky. The country wns being flooded, Commissioner Williams said, with bevernges, lnbeled "bottled In bond" which bore spurious tax stnmps. Washington, Oct 27. Tho bicn-nuconference of the United Lu-- 1 thcran Church in America adjourned todny one day ahead of schedule, owing to the speed with which business was conducted. The "unnnlmity of nction" of the convention on nil outstnnding mat- -' ters was prnised by Dr. F. H. Knu- -' bcl, tho president, nt the closing session. He said that on every mat- -' tcr where difference of opinion arose, n unnnimous decision finally hnd been nl Page Five Farm tenancy instead of ownership is on tho increase to an alarming degree In certain sections of tho South. In Mississippi GG.l percent of tho farmers of tho Stato aro tenants, instead of owners, in Georgia C5.G percent. In South Carolina the percentage is 03. According to tho monthly bulletin of tho University of South Carolina, C8.7 percent of tho land in thnt State is now lying idle. Land owners in that State operate n greater percentage of nll farm lands than do tenants, but tho tenants operate n greater percentage of tho improved lands than do owners. Washington, Oct 30. Only two bids, both of which were rejected, were received today by tho Shipping Bonrd for tho great Hog Island ship' building plant near Philadelphia.! Tho Bardo Brothers Steel Corpora-- , tion of New York bid a fiat $4,000,- -, 000 and tho New Jersey Mnchincry Exchange of Newark bid $4,208,520. Tho plant cost tho government when it was built during the wnr. $70,-000,0- EVENING t The twlllRht fast is deepening O'er nil the misty hills, A family Ncwipaper for all thai It right The dusky light In twinkling true, and inlerettlnf In the wntor of the rill. Publlititd Ertrr Thurtir, at Btrta, Ky. The mother bird Is crooning BEREA PUBLISHING CO. Her little ones to sleep; (Incorporated) WM. a FROST, The gentle breeze Is moaning 'Mong lenfy boughs so deep, SUBSCRIPTION The Citizen Bereft College Hospital Beit Equipment and Service nt Lowest Cot, Wards for Men and for Women. Private Rooms. Hatha. Klectrlc Service. Sun-Parlo- , Surgery, Care in Eye, Note and Ear GENERAL PRACTICE Child-birth- EdlUr-ln-Ckl- .f RATES PAYAUI.R IN ADVANCE Come in and visit an establishment, which Is a friend In need, and In reach of all the people. . Thro fit From out tho nzurc sky; The beggar moon in heaven's deep Behold with lustcrlcss eye. Stnd mowf hj Pnttnfl)r of Kiprru Montr Onlrr, Draft, !trUWrd Letter, or on and two cent ttampi. The wholo wide world go to rest Tho tlatr aftrr your nam on lbl howl Like children tired of piny, to what data your- lubicril'tlon li paid. If It ! not chanirit- within thrra wrtVa af tar Wntches o'er ench silent nest renewal, notify us. MUiinc number will b aladlr auppllrd Till there dnwns hnothcr dny. If wo art notified. Ellen Abney liberal terma (Urn to anr who obtain Month Month g CO 1,, b(l,,y hcf,in t() pccp Rohf.rt If, Cowley, M.D., Phrtlclan Harlan Dudlky, M.I)., Phrtlcian Margaret S. Grant, M. U., I'hrslclan Mis Mary Lonoacrk, K.N., Superintendent Misa Nei.LIK Ml LI. kr, R.N., Head Nune CHANGE IN RATES llrginnlng March t, the rates for hoard nnd room of prirate patients will he $15 to f 18 per week. The rates for patients cared for In the wards will remain the same ft per day. 11 j Order of Prudential Committee, llerea College nOVEUNOB'S PROCLAMATION Frnnkfort. Oct. 215. Everv cltl- I l'orripn AHvrituint itrpirimiaiivr nnn nf the Commonwealth Is called D THCAMtttlCANPIUSSASSOCIATION l on to observe nrmlstlce day, Novem- ber 11, In n proclamation Issued to- dny by Governor Morrow, who reTUBEUqUI.OSlS quests nil former service men nnd Ily Dr. K. H. Cowley wnmrn In ho nrescnt nt ceremonies (In this number will start n series cnmmemorntlng the participation of of seven nrtlclen on tuberculosis. Kentucky men nnd women In the These articles hnvc been written for Worl, Wnn e proclamation readers of The Citizen by Dr. i0W!,. Cowley for the purpose of giving the, .Novcmi,cr 11 Is nrmlstlce day. It people in their homes the most Im- - mnrks tne nnlvcrsnry of the dny portant fncts in regard to n disease wj,cn pPneo elimc to earth; the which touches nearly every fnmlly In f,T(,ni Wori,j Wnr terminated In the country nnd which has a larger Rpcm(i victory. It Is a great dnv death rate than any other disease In In tj,c history of the world nnd should the world. It will pay you to cut out bp foroV0r commemorated. It is nrtlcles nnd put them In your nIfic(j jn cvcry patriot's henrt by the Bible or dictionary, or In some other mcmory 0f those who dnred nil, where thev mnv.be referred to. fcrcd ij nmJ Rnvo nll for tl)cIr comv for sooner or later this disease will try'n cnusc who preserved every come near to you in the person of rel- - pnnt Riory n the republic and who ative, ncighW or friend). n,i,jp(i now. ustcr to our history ns Every reader of The Citizen ought1,, people, to know ns much as possible about! y( therefore, call upon every clti-th- e dlsense called tuberculosis. Thev IPn 0f the Commonwenlth to observe ought to know In the first plnce thiit this dnv, nnd especinlly upon everv cnnsumntlon nnd tuberculosis nre not mnn nnd womnn to nssem-exactl- y the same. Consumption Is tu- - Me t the posts of the American berculosls of the lungs, which hnst i.Rlon, or nt other appropriate usunllv progressed so far thnt the plnces. In the uniform of thctr of recovery are verv small. try. to be present nt ceremonies to Tuberculosis is the nnmc given the to be held for the purpose of com- dlsense which Is caused bv the tuber-- 1 memorntlmr the services of Kentucky clo cerm when It grows in nnv pnrt men nnd women in the grent wnr. of the lody. It mav lodee in the nnd to Instill Into every heart the bone, the lymph glands or kernels on love of country, and to give birth the neck or under the arm. It may u ii nuw ninnri rriiuun iin it linn- in inc lodge In the skin, joint, spine, brain, riples which gnvc birth to nnd hns intestines, or nlmost nnvwherc in the forever kept the republic." bodv. Tho children whom we cnll scrofulous nre renllv tubercular. WORLD NEWS Scrofulous children have Inrge glnnds Wonl Inner from Pace On in the nock nnd n kind of eve troubl- - .tIPCOP(Ip(1 in tinging nbout n much thnt makes the eyes red nnd makes ,,pttpr rplaUon between the English the child hide from the light. Tu inhabitants nnd the Dutch. For berculosls, then, is n verv common mnny yenrs the rclntlon wns un disease, and the interesting nnd en- - friendly, nnd It came to a crisis In eournping part of It Is that most of;,n rnD,i,l. PP. wflr tho w,nte ho have it recover from fnIr policy ftfpr thnt wnr It, How mnnv people do vou knowwhIrh ,0(, lo ,ho nnncxftton of the who hnve senrs in h nock which Trnn(,vnn)( or Dutch Republic, won represent honied tubercular elands? over mnny of th Dutch Ipm,c( nnd The anthoritlo, who know most nbout thpy hnvc 1pcn .Upportp of EnR. It toll i.s that fn'lv nlnetv percent lo lho prMcrit tlmc. 01 an peopie in mis country nave nan some form of tuberculosis nt some ACADEMY NEWS time In tholr lives. If Oils U true, (Continued from page two) nnd Ihero Is po dntiM thnt It N. It with the violin entertained. Followslmnlv mons that tuberculosis is n ing the music moving pictures were disensp. Most people verv eurnble shown. The chiof film wns n five-re- el who hnvo nfcoronlnsts in parts of the photoplny entitled "The Pointing IkmIv outsldn of tho Inn reeovo'-froFinger." IL Fowor neontp who have consumption or tuberculosis of tVi lnpp-SOCCER GAME recover from It. Tf vou will follow On Monday nfternoon nt 1:00 on thee nrtlcles. which will nnnenr In Lincoln Field the Academy soccer Tho rltlron evorv week. I will trv to tenm met the tenm of the Founda- toll whw tnU Is trim, nrd I wi'l n'so " wnst rst of- trv to give instructions which, if fol-- l ,0tn, Scho01- Kami' mm nas ncen lowed, will make the outlook for the 1111111 consumptive much brighter than H played by the Academy. Although the Academy tenm hnd been pracnow is. ticing for only n short time, it did some excellent playing. Tho Acnd- DIPIITHERIA AGAIN emv boys mnde good use or team In Inst week's Citizen I wrote an work nnd kept the ball In their urging tho peoplo of Beren "orients territory the greater pnrt to tnko up the matter of immunizing! of the time. The onlv gonl of the game wns nil tho children of the town against diphtheria. It will tnko some time mnde by Mnnnine-- of the Academy to work up sentiment on this subject,1 in the first half. The ball wns nnd until the people nre rendy for nnssed from Bowver to Mnnnlng this mlvnnccd step, they should not who carried it down the field 25 yards neglect menns with which they nrOnd passed to Bowyer. Bowycr turned tho bnll to Mnnnlng. giving familiar. Lnst year there was not n death him n clenr shot for the gonl. The gnmo wns clenn nnd everyone from diplitherln In Kentucky where tho nntitoxin wns given on the first nppenred to enjoy It. The Founda-da- y of the dlsense. Antitoxin will tion boys took their defeat cheerfully, euro practically every ense, if given The players of tho red nnd green were early enough. Any sore throat may greatly encouraged by the victory, be diphtherin nnd those that hnve After the game enough men reported grny white patches on and nround for practice, so thnt n second tenm to wns secured. The organization of tho tonsils nre very apt be. It is hanl for n doctor to tho second tenm will give the Acnd-te- ll In every enso whether n given emy nn excellent chnnco In tho Is or Is not diphtherin, nnd no lowing gnmes. Line-unnd Summary: mother should think of trusting her 1 Academy Foundation 0 own judgment In wo Important a c. Hnll mntter. Cnll n doctor if there nro Bowyer I.f. McCrny nny whitish pntches In tho thront of Mnnnlng r.f. Reeco your child, nnd if tho doctor is In Congleton l.w. Cobli doubt nnd advises thnt nntitoxin bo BnVer r.w. Sams given on suplcinn, let It bo done. Frnley c.h. Truitt Tho antitoxin will do no harm, and Wilson l.h.b. Cosby If you wnlt for n report from n cul-- 1 McDonnld r.h.b. Davis turo or till the case Is beyond doubt Rico r.f.b. Trilby diphthorin you may have waited tilllNenl l.h.b. Wnrd hope of recovery is gone. Call the Fogclsong g. Steelman doctor nnd nllow antitoxin to be Tavlor Acndemy, Ramsey given early should bo our slogan In Substitution for Congleton. diphtheria. I Gonls Mnnnlng 1 R. II. Cowley fol-thslcr-the' coun-chnnci j ' new iubicrlptlnni for ui. Anyone eendlna; ui four rearlr lubtrrlptlom can rrcclra Th Clllien free for on year. Adrrrtlilnc ratea on application. D. H. Smith W. W. Rominger Smith full line C& Rominger Funeral Directors We are now open for business with a I renched. Man Hunt Started By Marines. Waxlilngton. Every innrliu' corps burcnil In the I'lilled Stales wns ordered to conduct n vigorous search for First Lleutcimnt IMirnr Franklin, who mysteriously disappeared from the Hotel Raleigh October 7. Firm belief was expressed by marine corps olllcials thnt Franklin Is the victim of foul piny. It wax pointed out that Franklin was of mature years, In good health nnd bad nn exceptional record 11s an The Idea that he Is deliberately concealing his whereabouts scouted by the missing man's wife. of burial supplies. Auto and Horse Drawn Hearses. Embalming. Calls Answered Day or Night. Coyle In The Concrete Block between J. M. CBJ. Co. and H. C. Pennington, on Chestnut Street. " olll-ce- r. Phone 130 Berea, Kentucky ,,,., ,. ,,, a Be Sure It's a VICTROLA this Christmas We wish to remind you that last Christmas it was impossible for us to supply the demand for the Victor Talking Machines. Many persons were disappointed in being unable to secure one of these popular machines se we are going to give you a gentle reminder. If you want to be sure of getting the machine that is meeting with universal satisfaction over this country, we emphasize the importance of making your selection at once while we have a number of Victors in stock. There's no telling when we will be able to secure another shipment. We. have them in all sizes and priced within reason of every pocketbook. . lo ' Taking Future Orders You can make your selection, pay a little down from time to time until the Holidays, when we will deliver it to your home on the day you suggest. This has been proven satisfactory by Victor dealers over the country, and the purchasers who have bought on this plan will tell you it is the easiest way to pay for a machine. Come in this week and let us play over the different style machines for you. You'll never regret having made the selection of the Victor. It's the machine known over the world as "HIS MASBe sure this trade mark apTER'S VOICIi." pears inside the lid of your Victor. The latest Victor Records are here. Come in and let us play them over for you. Starting this week, we will take future orders for the Victor. fol-en- p ' Muncy Brothers Furniture, Stoves, Undertaking Berea Kentucky w 1 1 Page Six THE CITIZEN !. November THINKING A, 1020 i" Vi 7 hers for 1021. November and December nro tho Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special months In which this work will bo 'to"0. School teachers will receive Investigator application earn tor members to nil 1 0 0 0- -," 00 OK JUNIOR CLUDout nnd return. Parents, trustees ADVANTAGES WORK nnd nil others nrc nuked to support One thousand Junior Agricultural Club Members for Rockcastle county 1. Ench member will receive n ree- - nnd encourage this movement by In- nnd five hundred for Southern Mm! ord book In which to keep records of slstlng nnd urging our young people In the county to Join n club nnd take ison county is our slogan this year. crops or nnimnls, or both. All boys nnd girls between 10 and 2. Each member will receivo n les-- ,' advantnge of what tho State College f Agriculture nnd United Stntes De18 years of nge, who want to raise son bulletin which takes up his or live stock, poultry or crops with the hor work nnd cxplnlns It thoroughly. partment of Agriculture is offering U'8 n11 frcc' nld of the State College of Agricul.1. Ench member will receive a club wIthout t,ricc' ture nnd United States Department button which shows that ho or she of Agriculture through the County Is a member. THE 1920 INTERNATIONAL LIVE Agent will have nn opportunity 4. Each member will receive a letdurSTOCK EXPOSITION to enroll ns a member ing the months of November ter from tho County Agent from In the travail of a great Industry an tlmo to time, pertaining to tho work nnd December. The enrollment will event of supreme importance will detho member Is doing. be made through the schools. The velop nt Chicago the first week of teachers will nld in this work. Ap- fi. Each member will have n chance anIt Is the twenty-firs- t to win n free trip to State Fair, like December. plication cards will be sent to teachnnd Ev- niversary of the International LIvn ers for club members to fiill out and Willnrd linker (Madison) Stock Exposition and will bo staged return to county agent. Applica- erett Reynolds (Rockcastle) did In this year on nn unprecedented scale, 1920. tions will also be taken from boys Ik th ns concerns numbers nnd merit. nnd girls who are not in school, If C. Each member will receive club North Amerlcn nt the conclusion of they nrc between 10 and 18 years of songs nnd yells. the European wnr wns in possession nKe7. Ench member will have a chance In- Kentucky's slogan Is "21.000 for to nttend our Stnte nnd county club ,of bovine nnd ovine seed stock of calculable vnluc nnd the uppcrtendom '21." Rockcastle nnd Southern Mnd- - onmns. of this nntlonnl possession will be lson wants to help make the list 8. Each member will have n chance displayed nt Chicago this year. In to go to Lexington during Junior view of impending meat scarcity, the For further information write week. problem of replenishing the national County Agent, Rerea, Kentucky. 9. Each member will have a chance larder is of more Importance than to attend county nnd community pic- ever at this juncture. Profit in live stock production hereJUNIOR AGRICULTURAL CLUR nics. 10. Ench member will have a chance after will depend on quality. The WORK to win n certificate of achievement function of the "International" is imObjects: provement of the herds nnd flocks of and certificate of merit. 1. To encourage nnd train boys 11. Each member will have a chance the country a task to which the nnd girls along the lines of the ac- to exhibit in all club exhibits, both agrarian Interest must now nddress tivities of country life. in community, county nnd stato fairs. itself vigorously. On this account 2. To put into practice the facts 12. Each member will be given the 1920 display possesses more than agriculture obtained school credit if school is In session usual interest, concerning not only of scientific from books, bullotins, etc. at the time the member Is attending producers but consumers. As n spectacle of nnimnl life Ill's 3. To bring the school life of the community meeting, county meeting, boy or girl into closer relationship county camp, state camp, junior year's "International" will exceed In all former to his or her home life. week at Lexington, or State Fair at scope nnd mngnificence efforts in the show ring on this conti4. To assist in the development of Louisville. the spirit of cooperation in the fami- 13. Each member has a chance to nent or Europe. ly and in the community. More closely associated than ever make one-haunit credit during sum5. To dignify and magnify the vo- mer's work, which will be given in before nrc live stock and grain procation of the farmer, demonstrating School for Agricultural work. ductions problems; hence this year's big returns when it is properly consnow. made possible by a liberal !c -- t, m u PnoJ, ducted. ClicnB Board of to study better methods of agricul- -' 6. To enlarge the vision of the staged on n more ex Trade, ture at home. boys and girls to give them definite tensive scnle than last year. Corn purposes at an important period in makes stock raising possible: without TO PA RENTS, TRUSTEES AND.Hvo stock "King Corn" would be mi their lives. 7. To furnish to the aggressive, SCHOOL TEACHERS nus a stout prop. progressive rural school teacher nn The County Agent of Rockcastle Every farmer should at- opportunity to vitalize the work of and Southern Madison would like to tend tho 1920 International Livo Stock the school by correlating the teach- have the assistance of parents, school Exposition at the Union Stock Yards, ing of agriculture with actual prac trustees and teachers In helping to Chicago, November 27 to December tlce. enroll and organize junior club mem- - 4th. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE If If If falls to satisfy nnd to lend to enjoyyou think you'ro bentcn, you you think you dnro not, you don't. ment. Hnppiness nnd satisfaction you'd llko to win, but think you cannot bo obtained through money, enn't, n cinch you won't. nr; certain amount of satisfaction but it SCAFFOLD CANE COMM MUNITY FAIR (Continued trom rigt Two) It's nlmost If you think you'll lose, you'ro lost, For out In the world wo find Success begins with n fellow's will J Its nil in the stnte. of mind. If you think you'ro outclassed, you nrc j You'vo got to think big to rise; You've got to be sure of yourself beforo You enn over win n prize. Life's battle don't nlwnys go To tho stronger or faster mnn; Hut soon or Into the mnn who wins Is tho one who thinks ho can. Northright RELIEVE IN YOUR JOR No one will ever attain true success unless he believes in his job nnd he will find little hnppiness unless he likes his job. To mnke money brings a CINCINNATI MARKETS 21,-00- 0. Hay and Grain. No. white my,r. Nn. 3 white li.'UHnt4. No. 'J yellow miv. Nit. 2 Porn IiiImiI 3(1. MC1HK-- . SomiiJ Hay Timothy per ton clover mixed S'.MlfliS. $10 OntH-N- u. while white .'i7"V4r, Nn. Whea- t- Ni.. ntl red JIMMC-.'.'.T- . No. 3 mlxcil Wtf.VV. JH.HStT'-'.LT- ), No. 3 Butter too and Poultry Itiitler Whole mil. riiiiirr t'xirM ttle; centralized extra ."7r. firsts .'le. Ilea- - i'.xtra llr-- ti ("tc, Hrst cic, nrdlimry llrM OOc. I.lu Poultry llnller, 2 lbs over HOe; fowl- 5 lb- - ami over imiler I lbs, rooter 'lc. -, nnd iWv; power, or distinction, but rnthcr In doing some useful work that Is In keeping with the taste of tho person doing It. Thero In altogether too much pessimism in our country, too much fault finding, too much discontent-Why- , there wns never n period In Amerlcnn history when nil clnsses of people enjoyed so mnny luxuries .xi they do today. It Is unfortunntc that we are ever comparing ourselves with tho other fellow, especially of our own class or those cngnged In different occupations. We too often consider tho other fellow's Job better localise wo do not know of its perplexities and Irritations. Tho farmer docs not take enough pride In his job. He does not realize nil Its opportunities and too often dwell upon the Job of tho city man who apparently has nn easier ono because his hours seem to bo shorter and becausu he wears better clothes. Such fanners llttlo appreclnto tho strugglo In tho city, especially In tho largo city. The eight-hou- r day seem shorter but they forget to take Into consideration tho tlmo expended in going to nnd from work, and tho steady grind of the average factory man or minor, or those engaged In any other of tho many trades. If the farmor would consider his free dom, his independence, tho open nir, and his occupation with its various kinds of work, which gives Interest nnd opportunity for relaxation, ho would bo better satisfied. If he only knew It, he Is cngnged In a great constructive enterprise which gives opportunity for bringing forth splendid results from honest laltor and intelligent thinking. Live Stock. lf Vi 1""" ,'m Cattle Steer. cihiiI to choice $I0.."W RIGHT CARE OF COW'S TEATS 0i;t. fair to koihI JTID.M, com. iiioii to fnir $.'C ". kixhI h One of Most Oellcati and Troublesome choice S7..VI Id. f r to cmm $.Y.iOif Part of Animals Anatomy-Influe- nce "..", common to fn!r $ICf .V.VI, ch liners Milk Flow. K!G3.7. Mock heifers $ Iff II. i'iiIiw (looil to choice $15 13 SO, One of the most delicate ami fmr in yooil $110 15, common ttnil Isriio parts of a cow's anatomy I ?.V,l 10. the tent, nml the keeping of this rlttit Sheet,! (Jooil heard of before. I nm trying them." Tho dny came, October 10th, Rcrcn Collego extension tent went up nnd mothers, fnthcrs, brothers nnd sisters begnn to bring everything In. Tables rnn over with entries, more Entries ndded, they wcro filled. climbed to nenr 1,000, of which over 100 were ennned fruits nnd vegc tables. Enrly October 20 peoplo from nenr nnd far begnn to como until 1,!00 wore on tho ground. Silver Creek school, tenchers nnd mnny pntrons, nlso Nnrrow Gnp school, Illg Hill, Kingston, White Stntlon, Wnlloccton, and Union City High School with principal and High School students. County Superintendent Edwards was present nnd beenmo so Interested thnt ho forgot that he was so far away from home. Professor Dlzney, Principal of Ilerea Graded School was present. Yells, songs and shouts went up from tho different schools until even the patrons thnt of being onco again loys and girls oven at times almost entered some of the school contest nnd helped their school win. This wns the greatest day thnt Scaffold Cane ever had, and many people remarked that it was the best community fair they ever saw nnd fnr nhend of some county fnlrs they hnd seen. Somo thought thnt such nice nnd good things would not grow nt Scaffold Cnnc. Visitors remarked that Scaffold Cnno community wns doing things thnl no other community in Kentucky wns doing. The day wns too short to get thru with all the things planned for. Some of tho school contests hnd to be omitted. Community fiddlers contest had to be called off for a later date. One school, Rig Hill, had 100 percent of its pupils present nt this fair. Scaffold Cane, you hnve done some- fnlr to good $.'tffl, common $1..V0 3: IiiiiiIim, kimkI to cholco JliSOfjlll, fulr to good $U.SOffl2.SO. IloKS lleav) $13 23, choice packer ami butchers $i:i2i. meilltim i:t1f l.'tj'i. common to Hi. .Ire hemy fiit miw.h SSifMSO. IIkIii (110 lbs and Ic.-l. s) to choice $I.S0ff- - $uull: .(ier SlV), jti);s bin n lot to ili with the Hie cow. The cow Is kept to produce milk, nml the I. ns It were, the "neck" through which It nml the condition of the intit tent tntlM ery much Inlliienre both the itinmlfy anil the quality of the ylehl. g part of ti-- pn, thing thnt will travel from one stnto to another nnd from one community to another. Get ready for another fair nnd show the stnte that we have ono community that Is living for some good cause. In next week's Citizen look for the list of wnneis of different schools, entries and contributors. Teachers, help your community to show thomsolvea by putting on a great fair llko this one. Knocks at Every Man's Door This is the last opportunity to obtain a small farm within the sound of Berea College bell. 12 Baby Farms 11-- 2 miles east of Berea, Ky., will be sold at Auction Wednesday, November 10 At 10:00 o'clock a. m. GOOD LAND, GOOD EATS, GOOD CROWD AND A GOOD TIME. IS COMING, YOU COME TOO EVERYBODY Scruggs, Welch & Gay Real Estate Agents Berea, Kentucky November 4, IMttoVEO 1020 INTERNATIONAL TUB CITIZEN EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS Fago Seven Sliver Creek Silver Creek, Nov. 1. The pic sup(Continued from ro Eight) per held nt thin plnce, October 23rd, Several ynunR mules have been wns quite n success. Well nttended, brought In this pnrt nnd exchnnged the proceeds nmountlng to $f0. This for cnttlc. Cnlcb Browning Is plan- will bo used to purchnso mnps. books, ning on going; to Indlnnn. Tho oil etc., also to pny for n set of books (Hy IUCV I' II HTZWATl.lt. D. O., well No. 1 Is still Incrcnslng. It In which hnvc nlrendv been ndded to tho ,,ollevc,, 11 wlU 1)0 n nR wc,1," library nnd slng-iThe Sunday-schoo- l of" uluaVo") II n'i.' "nil' t i t We, ns tho old original Methodist nKj ro proRrcsslnR nicely with I. B itso w..t.n N..P.i,.r t nion ) Episcopal church, nro glnd indeed to ' Chestnut ns lender. Several nttended ' henr of the nppolntment of 0. 0. the Teachers' Meetings nt Richmond, LESSON FOR NOVEMBER 7 ' Ilnirnn ns district superintendent over Raturdny Miss Chllds, the story PRINCIPLES OF CHRISTIAN LIV. the new district. Grant Fryo is still teller, Is making her weekly visits nt INQ. poorly with flux. Mnson Fields' lit-- 1 the school here nnd ndjoinlng dis-tl- c girl Is slowly Improving. Ans tricts. Two pupils from here won ife" ' l.i:SHON THXT-.UIt , Cnrnmck of Illnke was the guest of medals by tnViig nctlve pnrt In A (Idt.t'KN Ti:T yr rtnl tho (IihI nnl til rlRltmunM, Ami alt the Rev. A. I), and hnte Bowmnn, II. Strong's school fair Hurrah for Hirer thlnm ihull bo milled ants you. Saturday night nnd Sunday. The Citizen nrd "little Log Cabin JS Mutt In the Ijwe" on Novombcr 2. AM'ITIUNAI. MATRKIAlx Mark 10: 12 a n S l I "tie II Island City llMTsnly ritlMAIlY TOIMU-O- ur Islnnd City, Oct. 25. Tho Nnpler IliC Hill fare Jl'Ntoll TOI'KVJmnii TrwtitnK Mow and Fields Saw nnd Crist mill will nii: Hill. Oct. 25, Mr. nnd Mrs. to I'rav INTKHMKMATK ANM SKNlOlt TOPIC Bo by the nnme of Morris & Field,, Kinh McKeehnn were the. week-en- d flotiteii Itnlee for I.tvlnn nnd will be moved on the farm of R. ccst 0f Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mc- AND ADULT TOPIC Vnt VH IMCni-t.Morrls. Tho lndy spenkcr, who Is Keehnn. Miss Ethel Tcrrlll, one of Counsels for IHtlly l.lvlnc. . I. ... e i.tl iii mil 1.. iiitr !.. itcjmmicmi our tenchers, remained at home tho iiut'ii'mi tu mi- - fi Having net fnrtli In tho previous pnrty, made nn Interesting talk nt .. .( first of tho week on nccount of a a. t T1w. ....in. iiv Kmll it. chapters tin stnmlnrd of righteous- the graded schoolhouse Friday night. Department of severo cold. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. T. In London nfler his world tour, it- Dr. Curl L. Ashore, chief of the bureau of chemistry. ness flirlaf now eMMts the undercreeled A series of meetings nro lwlnff Chnsleen were in Heron Sunday to Agriculture, tho nrch enemy of food crooks. lying principle which riintrtit tin- - heir conducted nt Bingham Chapel. who is see Mr. Chnstocn's father, to tin' kingdom. Flnley Wilson of Green Hall was quite 111. Our now schoolhouse is I. Ai to Giving (0:1-1- ). riding the streets of Island City Sun-- 1 near completion, much to the delicht The coroner's Inquest on MncSwiney Doing nlin before men I not conhe Lithuanians In an offensive wns Held Wednesday. i no nriusn ngnlust the Poles. The plan, apparREVIEW OF Unit demned. n would rontniillct day. J. H. Spence has been nmonujof tho people of this community. Jury refused to accept the posltloi ently. Is first to drive Zcllgouskl out of Matthew .1:1(1. Inn the doing of tlntn us sellinc the old blue bnck spcllinR Quito n number of patrons nnd school that MacSwIney was n suicide, bring Winn and then sweep southward to befnre turn to lie seen of tlietn. To book The Rev. Samuel Rice, n for-- . children nttended the school fair nt Ing In n verdict that "The decensef Suwalkl, Grodno and the Osowiocs seek publicity In doing our alms Is mer Rercn student, will take n posl-- i Scaffold Cnno CURRENT last Wednesdny. The died from heart failure due to a dl "ortress. The matter of Vllnn was rethe rewnnl of our hOuvetity Hon ns a station preacher or Sunday-- 1 lo ml follow school mnde nn excellent showlnc lated heart ami acute delirium, ferred to n plebiscite by the council Pother pro school work for tho next year, which considering the teacher. J. M. Hoen, Ing scurvy due to exhaustion from if the League of Nations. II. At to Praying (lltf-Hi)- . The will pny him from $1J".00 to $2,000 n had so little time to train them. Mr, refusnl to tnke Lost Tuesday the council ndopled British Cabinet Succeeds in Its longedwas then taken to food." 1. False prayer (vv. B, 7). Tills conSt. George's the plan for a permnnent court of body sists (1) In praying to lie seen and yenr. Reren College hns clnddenod Hocn won the prize on hnvlnR the Efforts to Settle the Coal cathedral In Kouthwnrk, where It lay Justice recommended by lienrd of men (v. ii). (2) l'lng vnln the hearts of mnny mountain boys Inrcest number enrolled present, nlso In stnte. Thursday requiem hlsh mns The Hague committee of Jurists, with (v. 7). Till doe not tnenn nnd nirls preparinc them for useful tho tut: of war nnd two or three rib Miners' Strike. repetition was said and then n tremendous the exception of the provision for tlint we should nk but once, fur we lifes. Ed Peters of Rlnkc was here bons for other things. Mr. nnd Mrs. throng of Irish nnd their sympathizers The plan wns obligatory Jurisdiction. Mine examples of Clirlt and Paul on business this week, Tho oil men Roy Neely nnd Miss Wise Settle sta nccmnpanled the casket to Huston In large measure the work of Ellhu prnyliii; three times fur Die khiiic tlilnc nre tnknjr n rest nt present, but will motored to Lnncnstor Sunday nnd EMERGENCY ACT IS PASSED tion, whence It wns taken to Lorn, in Hoot. The council closed Its session . S). Imt soon (Mutt '.'(MKl-in- ; II for. resume their work. Tho next snent the day with Mrs. Settle's thnt cly nrrnngements were mnde for Thursday. the uslnc of inennliiKle.Hs repetitions. well will be on the the final ceremonies on Sunday, and farm of John brother, Henry Moore. The tenchers 2. True prayer (v. 0). Since prayer there wns a great ileal of uneasiness south of No. 1 well. of Rlfr Hill union school will orgnn Government Ready for Any ContingenIs ii tninnrtlon of the soul with nod. Some of the farmers of Kansns, over what might accur. The authori Sunday-schoAfir.e n cy Irish Everywhere Deeply in tho new we should hnve a real delre for felties placed no limit on the size of the Oklahoma, Nebraska and the Northlowship with the Knlher. then co and school building Sunday, November 7 fected by MacSwIney's Death-Pri- nce Scnvllln western suites begun last week their procession, forbidding only military meet hint In secret. Paul Offered Greek Scoville, Oct. 23. Chnrlie Peters We hope to mako this one of the strike" ngalnst the low price oi formations. The people of Cork were X The model prayer (vv. Thlt of Laurel, Ind., hns been cnllinc on bifrccst nnd best Sunday-school- s American FarmIn Throne said to be in sullen and threatening wheat on the Chicago board of trade. liiviilviK (1) rlKht rpliitlnhli "Our Following the Instructions of their or- mood. ers' "Strike" by Hold-in- g friends. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. D. Hnle tho county. Quite n number of tho Knlher" (v. 0) : (2) r1ht nttltud gnntzntlon lenders, they nre withhold-In- g The Irish sympathizers In the Uni Wheat nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. S. McPhcrson citizens nttended the pnerennt in Be "Iliilloed he Ihy name" (yy. 0. 10): spent the week nt J.Louisville. Mr. ren Thursday nlcht, which wns one their wheat from the market, and ted States nre not letting up nny In u our dully (3) right spirit their activities. The other day a dele- the effect of decreased receipts began By EDWARD W. PICKARD. bread." 'Torsive us our sins." "Lend nnd Mrs. Clyde Judd of Klncs Mills, of tho best plays they had ever seen gation of them, headed by Frank P. to he felt nt once. In the vicinity of Ohio, nre visitinp relntivcs. Lazar- In Beren. Kxceptlng for our presidential cam us not Into temptation" (vv. Walsh, presented to Secretary or fatnie Wlchltn, Kan., runners picketed tho paign, of whose closing days there Is Colby arguments fnvorlng the recogniIII. At to Fatting (vv. us Rowland returned from Dnyton, roads, urging those on their way to tno JACKSON COUNTY little or nothing to sny, the affairs of tion of the "new republic of Ireland." elevators to turn bnck. The Lord knew the temptntlon Ohio, Friday, to visit his parents: Oreot Britain supplied the most Inter Mr. Colby listened without comment, Kerby Knob which would hefnll Ids children In nlso his sister. Miss Carrie Rowland, The wheat raisers of Iown were urged to tnke part In the "strike by their pllcrltnnce here below touehlni; who is teaching In Lee county, Is Kirby Knob, Oct. 25. A series of esting and Important news of the but cautioned Mr. Walsh, when referweek. The strike of the coal miners. wordllneKs, and the nnxlety to which to Enmonn de Valem E. A. Cunnlnghnm, secretary or tne spending the week-en- d with home meetings nro belnjj conducted by Rev, with Its threats of further nnd greater ence wns mnde of Ireland, thnt us sec stnte farm bureau, who said the Iown It would lend; therefore, he sets forth Tho farmers nre economic troubles, ndded to the Irish as "president" Louis VnnWinklc. folks. Chester Dooley of Dnyton, O , the proper attitude toward them: retary of state ho could hear them wheat crop cost 51.83 n bushel to harIs visitlnp relatives. Clayton Rond nbout throuch corn cutting, but some problem, gave the British enough to only on the understanding that tney vest and the oats crop cost 75 cents n 1. The nature of earthly riches (vv. nro still making sorghum. Charlie worry over nnd these two matters con (1) Uncertnln (vv 10. 20). returned from Dnyton, O., Friday. IP, 21). were there ns American citizens ami bushel. He blamed mnnlpulntlon for Earthly treasure corrode, or are taken Alec Dooley nnd Lester Mclntlre, Click and Flora Durham wero united tinued to draw tlte. attention, symnn not ns representatives of officials of the recent sharp declines In prices of English grain. "There Is no Justification for from u. (2) Seductive (v. 21). Chrlt who hnve been visltlntr their pnrents In marriage, October 14th. They thetlc or otherwise, of tho the Irish people. (Mutt. 13:22). have returned to Hamilton, Ohio. hnve the best wishes of their many speaking world. "We demand recognition, not ns a the tremendous break In the market," called riches deceitful Prime Minister Lloyd George nnd favor," said Mr. Walsh, "but as a he said. "We believe n reaction must It Is not wroiiE to poess enrthly friends. Radio Myrtle Johnson is unremitting In their right. The Irish republic Is now estabcome. We urge every fnrmer to withtreasures, hut when enrthly treastuvn school nt McKco. A politicnl his cabinet were Trnvelers Rest efforts to settle the miners' strike, and lished ns a de Jure and de facto gov hold his commodities. Hisness us they become a snnre. Frisneaking wns held nt this plnce, on Thursday It was announced that Travelers Rest, Nov. 1. The warm "The slNmtlon ennnot become more Its stability and representa 2. The effect of enrthly rlchei (vv. day. A largo crowd was present. they had succeeded. If the miners ernment. serious and n further decline can do tive character are attested by the In(1) They hlunt the moral nnd weather period was broken Friday bv When n cold squall. Most the women Mr. Carter Moore wns tho speaker. would accept the plan. After repented dorsement of the ballots of 00 per cent nothing mure thnn to ndd to the serisplrlttinl perceptions (vv. Professor Bowman addressed n conferences with the labor leaders a of the Irish people. The courts of the ousness of the situation. On the other the heart l upon enrthly treasure It mound here nre irolnir to prove their tentative agreement was reached. Irish republic nre functioning daily hand, n reasonable reaction would (2) They render nntrtntlftm Tiinsdnv hv (n!nf in tho large crowd nt the Baker schoolhouse Is taken off Orel. The settlement upon which tho mln Sundny evening. Walter Click went nnd their decisions are respected by probably avoid financial ruin." null and vild all service (v. 24). polls and voting. Dr. nnd Mrs. Neil nnd The farmers are asked by Mr. CunBig IH11 Monday to market n load crs' delegates, cosl mine owners, very the entire population." IV. At to Faith In the Heavenly Mnrcum, of Irvine, visited Mr. nnd to ningham to buy nothing hut essentials. the government are agreed Is a 2.V3I). apples and molasses. Bob Smith complicated one. llrlelly the men get Father (vv. Mrs. J. T. Mnrcum Sunday. J. F. of Farmers complain that they have to 1. He not nnxlous about food and has recently purchased tho Hnrden n sliding ndvnnce of two shillings to Though not so Important nn event pny high rates to borrow money to Mnrcum dun his peanut crop SaturIleeiiuv (1) It clnlhlnp (vv. Azbill farm on Southfork and is planone shilling six pence, according to ns It would nave oeen ueiurc uu- handle the bumper crops. (2) day and had nbout three bushels. Minwft dlKtrtist for Orel (v. 30). World wnr, the death of tho kin or ning to move on it soon. Mr. Boggs age as wns originally demanded. Meanwhile Cnnndlan whent, which developments of Is coming Into the United Stntes duty It Is useless (v. 31). Anxiety can Mrs. J. n. Scott visited her son nt The miners nnd owners solemnly Greece may lead to of High Mount, visited his daughter, (3) It Is heathenish Sunday. The peolocist from hrliiK nothlni:. some moment In that country. Aiex free for milling purposes. Is being to secure nn In teaching nt this place, pledge to (v. 32). Thoe who haxe not learned Pennsylvania, who hns been here for Laney, who Is on Monday as the result of Friday night of last week. J. A. creased output of coal. National nnd ander died bite. The stnte council nt bought lu large quantities by mills nnd to know Orel tuny worry oer a monkey the past ten days dolnc work, left exporters In this country. The duty on district committees nre to be estah nn"alrs, hut thoe who know him for Turkey Foot, Sunday. Mooros Lnne, who hns been spending n feWj once decided that the throne should he Cnnndlnn wheat was taken off by PresDished Immediately to control the out weeks with relntives here, left Thurs-- j brother, Prince ident Wilson nt the suggestion of as n lovliiu Father should he fire nnd Travelers' put nnd n Joint national wage hoard offered to his younger Rest schools viiilted from care. Paul, but stlpulnted that if he accept' tlnv for Madison county, wnerc ne will he established at the earliest pos Whent Director J. II. Barnes In the school Friday. They 2. He nnxlous to seek the kingdom Vincent crnded ed former King Constantlne must for effort to reduce the cost of living. It will visit his dauehter. Mrs. M. M. sible time before .March 31 for regula XX. 31). cncnKed In n written spelling match, aially renounce his claim to the crown. wns expected that In this wny our of Orel and serve him (vv. Brouehton. of Brnssfield G. W. tlon of wnges for the whole Industry ms decision in which Trnvelers Rest wns de This does not forhld pnper millers would be enabled to lower tho Johnson nnd children nnd Mr. nnd with regard to profits of the Industry Paul let It be known that In mnklnc a renonahle sup- feated, Vincent stnndinc first, Moorea must be made hy his father. There price of flour j the etTect w as limited, R. Click spent Sunday with and the principles on which profits Mrs. J. Is a chnnce that If ho declines the however. port for one's self nnd family. second, Trnvelers Rest third. They Mr. nnd Mrs. Ornn Click. Ornn nnd should he dealt with. to Prince Chris V. At to Centoriout Judgment then encaced in nn old fnshoned oral miners' executive committee was throne will be offered s!v The brother, who Herbert Click nttended a speaking nt tonher. Constnntlne's (7:112). 'spelling mntch, In which Travelern to submit the settlement to the miners For the first time since he was Wit yenr married Mrs. In Big Hill Monday night. 1. The sin nnd folly of censorious federation for approval, so the return earlv n. the Rest school won the victory over both Still tnken 111 more thnn n year ago PresiLeeds, an Amerlcnn. llnm This does not forhld us Jutlcments. of tho men to the pits will not he de schools. Mrs. Dow FInnery died a dent Wilson delivered a speech on more likely, however, Is the establish nn estimate of the lives of MEN layed. maklns KITES USED TO FERRY e A group of ment of n republic, probably with Pre Wednesday. us. for "hy their fruits few dnys nco. Mr. nnd Mrs. Green those about by Hamilton The railway men nnd transport mier Venlzelos as Its first president, Kepubllcans, headed neither does Tnckett lost nn Infant child the pnst Tahltlant Journeyed by Air Long e shall know them:" workers. In view of the hopeful chnr Holt, called on him In the White It prevent us from ndtnlnlsterlni: re- week. Misses Mne nnd Corn Gab-barInvention of Flying House, and In response to their ncter of the negotiations, posiponed rebuke to thoie who deserve It. It were visitors nt tho home of Machines. nny action looking to a sympathetic he spoke, from his wheel chnlr, The expected concerted movement bukes that readiness to hlatiio others Henry Vennble, Saturday nlcht. Mr. strike. of the Beds ngalnst Baron Wrnngel In In defense of the lenguo covenant as and to mamilfy their wenkness and and Mrs. Win. Gnbbnrd were Ruesls Papeeto Tahiti. Natives of Tahiti Though very optimistic, the govern southern Russia has not developed ho brought it from Paris. In upholderrors. used big kites for airplane long be- ment made ready for all contlngencle Sunvery rapidly, possibly because tho Hoi. ing article 10 ho said: "It is tho speIn of Mr. nnd Mrs. Chns. Gnbbnrd, discrimination 2. The duty of fore living tnf.''hlnes were Invented hy rushing through to final passage It shevlkl are too much occupied In comcific pledge of the members of tho 0). The day. deiillnc out holy thlncs (v. neeordltn: to native traditions. On n emergency hill. This arms the govern bating revolts within tho territory lenguo that they will unite to resist Kiispel should he preached to nil. hut elllT at Tnlnrnpu In Tahiti there Is n ment with ndded powers to enforce which they control. The latest of theso the things which Germany for (here should he discrimination, projecting roek marked round about the Inw In case the strike continue no matter who attempts them outbreaks are reported to bo In the MADISON COUNTY grooves. This point mid the rail and transport men he regions of Odessa. Kherson and Podo-lland swine" hnve no comprehen"lints with deep worn It Is ns exact n definiIn the future. Clay Lick holy thltiKS. t sion us lo Is on n peninsula separated from the come Involved. Though It wns piiKsei' That tho situation In tho Moscow-distric- tion ns could be given In general terms discrimination 1. Mrs. William Clay Lick. Nov. 3. Qmillllcnilon for main Maud hy a wide bay. Mere, It by a largo majority, some concession Is serious for tho soviet govof the outrage which Germany would (I) A life of prayer (vv. Guinn visited tho Kstridgo school last Is sMd. the old native were (vv. were demanded nnd received by the la ernment Is Indlcuted by tho fnct thnt have committed If It could." A life of prayer Is a when the wind was In the right bor party. The law as enacted pro nnil nnlnvnd Mtsa Phillls1 V.nwlnv Dzersjlnskl, president of the extraor-dlnnrInstend of being n threat of wnr, " .i . fit. n. .. . .....I. . stnrUl(, ,,nrt of tho Estri(1 .0 SCnOOl 11 . I.... ' .t ,1.. ........iiiiia Mt..i. ... vldes that nothing In the act shall be n..-l.MMirt for rlchtiy wviniim m executive committee, hns been he said later, article 10 Is "an assurropes in Wa appointed commander In chief of all ance of the concert of nil the free peowent to the pageant given nt the income me large enoughme iirujet-iiii- n construed us authorizing the procla to support roek kites one would be treated ples of the world In the future, us In the troops there. Ho Is tho most bru.Tabernacle by Berea College, October, man. and often on favorable day's n inatlon of nny form of compulsory mil principle neirntlw-ly- . cIuh set forth this tal of nil the Bolshevist lenders nnd Is the recent past, to see Justice done 22. Jlrs. Rachnel Golden has been mini would, hy using the kite ns nn Itary service or Industrial conerli' It poul hut only the ClirlHt eould do tlon or make It nn offense for any per considered responsible for much of the and humanity protected and vindicattluly. I let ween the neprtlvo nnd pus ,quito sick for several weeks. Misses ulrplatie urn! then as n partvliute. sou to participate In u strike or peace lied terrorism and for many murders. ed. This Is the true, the real Amerl-cimlssafely the Journey acro the fully persuade any other person Itlve side of this rule l found the Addle nntl Eppe Willlnms nttended! Meanwhile Wrnngel continues to InThis Is the role of leadership and tn( teachers' conference nt Richmond buy. dlffereiieo between heathenism participate In n strike. flict defeats on his ndversnrles nnd to and championship of the right which No man can llvo llilw Sntnnlny. Chrlsthmlty. Mr. and Mrs. James Ogg capture prisoners and material; and the leuders of tho republic Intended nny thnt It should play. The " Uflnnde.l the conference and visited till. Utiles lie lias oevi i Terence MaeHwIiioy, lord mayor oT he does not seem to have lost i tun. like their (laughter, Mrs. J. H. Tudor, near ubove and HbWiw ground to the Reds. Americanism which we hear so much Cook on Lost Boat Picked Cork. Miuilly succeeded In starvln school of prayer, till he becomes soviet has ratified prating about now Is spurious and InTho Kirksville nnd found bnby Carlos himself to death ill llrlxton Jull Up in the Open Sea him. the peace treaty with Poland, and has vented for pnrty purposes only." "martyr" In the ihusd of Irish freivery sick The Estridge school Is among the given tho Poles more territory than doin. The second death doing good work even if it ennnot Fin. A drrek Jacksonville. Whet God Requires. u hunger strikers In prison In Cork ul'o they asked at first. In return for cook, member of the crew of the One sporting event closed last week What Hod requires is an undivided Kt.t tj,0 riquired text books.. Tho pledge not to help Wrnngel. was recorded. These events deepl tug Wlnthrop, which went down and another began. In the Internatlon. yielding "III. desiring only mlpl,8 who hnvc iMrno,i tho First wlll- -a stirred all the Irish, In Ireland um! Hi balloon race, In this country, tho off Cape Henry July in, was ;mt be desires, rejecting mAy w bat ma mmh nro ng MoyK, Being Informed hy their military Belgian entry Belglca was declared Amerliu ns well, nnd there were uu brought here hy the steamer ' slKdnn Enri Campbell. Thelmn O'Dell, missions In Lithuania that largo bod-le- the winner. On Saturduy there wus meruit masses nnd other ceremonies ICokomo. Tho Greek was picked acre .m The of well equipped German troop Ettn Klrby, Ednn Botkins, Vino Short, In connection with tho deaths. . irond. and Its very iiinilseinentH be up In the open sea shortly after sailed, off Halifax, tho first ruco of a were crossing Into that country from contest between the fishing schooners British uuthorltle. took every precau Huppy Indeed Is Leo O'Dell, Albert O'Dell and George the Wlnthrop foundered. Other good works. come concentrating In the Esperanto uud Deluwannn. tho reprelion to guard ugnlnst outbreaks, ami East Prusslu and Short. Roll of Honor; Farrls Botmembers of the crew who wero such a one. Keiielon. presumably they wero seconded In this Kovno region, tho allies protested tu sentatives respectively of tho New picked up by n steamer and kins, Lu Ferguson, Mnrcell Huff, hy tho wiser among the blnn l eln Berlin, but the German foreign office England uud Cnnndlun Meets. Tho landed nt Norfolk had reported When Death Comes. Ednn Botkins, Myrtlo Shockley, Ednn leaders'. For the latter know that replied that It was tMiwerless to pre- contest Is officially recognized by tho the cook and a mes boy as When denth. the great reconciler, Earl Campbell, Hilda Campbell, Thel-m- a vent the movement. It wns supposed governments of this country and the these would but bring on more redt owned. mis come. It Is never our tendernes Logsdon, Thelma O'Dell and the Germans were preparing to assist Donilnlou. prisals and further repression. we repent of, hut our severity. tut Sndn O'Dell. 0:ori;e Eliot. UfOrOHM SI1NDATSO100L Lesson ' w lo'v ' 'J. H. :l-- S-- 1 ... . . - NEWS EVENTS l'J-7- Do-to- n, , Ix-v- i, tern-ivor- fore-thouc- e d a. ncctts-totnei- l, roq-iMt- ' y ''N""' (. -). "lf d ir: '' ,r ,b, Tace Eight TUB CITIZEN November 4, 1920 I Thursday nnd spent tho week-en- d Nathanton Nnthnnton, Oct. 23. Born to Mr. 'with relatives and returned Monday, accompanied by I.cvl Pennington, Jr. and Mm. D. II. Holcomh a Royal Suggestion baby girl, We have had with us Chester Edwards is making his Rev, Dumam Wise from Illinois for home with his grandmother, Mrs. tho past week. Ho delivered to us Martha Clark. four lively sermons. Mr. and Mrs. irne.l In full br 1h writer. Th ninw No corrMpotid nee publlihed unlrti J. W. Dotson, of Wclchburg, has been NEW ROYAL COUNTY ROCKCASTLE BOOK publication, but ai nn trident of rood faith. Writ plainly. ! not for visiting T. I). Caudlll, Sr., and family, Goochland the child 'ovrr Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. T. Goochland, Oct. 31. May Gabbard romp In hun tlonal Hoard arc getting wnrmcd up. n jrurst na bpcn nblc to nttcn(1 JACKSON COUNTY gry, here arc some Is visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Calllhan has purchased a meeting during week, after confine-farwholesome delights that Clover Rottom A. P. Gnbbaod. Miss Gabbard Is He Is get- - mcnt 0f thrcc y, will satisfy the most from Henry Owens. CVero sickness. superintendent of Plnevlllc Hospital. Clover Bottom, Oct. 24. Farmers ravenous appetite. old homestead on are taking advantage of the pretty ing back nenr his Richnrd Kotcs is back from HamilCookies Lunsford. who Is nig inn cup ihnrtrnlns weather, cutting their corn nnd dig- VniiMen Mnck ton. A. P. Gabbard lost a fine hog : cup guitar is planning to living on Maulden, j,, ging potatoes. Rain is needed very OcV 2C Following Is today. Tho disease seemed to bo cup miiK nwy. 3 PKKa ironor Roll of the Mnllory like cholera. Pete Gabbard Is planbadly. Miss Sadie Ingram, a gradu move to Madison county ngni U tmpoon RratPil ntitmeir . .. Mnlll. ...111 t. nl ihit n't - springs School: 1 teaipoon vnnltln attract ato nurse of Boron College Hospital, mcru ... uu- ,,.....,, ning on going to Rellpolnt, Ky., to or ttratrd rlml of 1 Friday, October Fr((t Gfdo been visiting home folks for ajden schoolhouso has assist his brother, Ben In the oil Irinnn 4 ciipa Dour William at 1:00 p. m., by W. It. Reynolds, nn.l Emnm Umb Ed(th Aicxftn(Icr, Tnn, business. A. P. Gabbard has a girl few davs. Mr. and Mrs. 3 ttaaponna tlnjral Koocrr. r.. in- - Morgan, Ressle Morgan, Dortha Car - ;ciCVCn Making I'owdrr nates of Richmond were the guests of, also John Hose nnd years old that weighs 100 Cream almrtrnlnff nml ricri Kntc Mntof LIna Ijlmb( ppflr pounds Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Smith over Sun-- 1 lor win speaK at. urny J. W. Martin has returned tnftcllirr; ail. I milk to DcnnIs community meeting was hcld,ber 28, also at iiomi, i nurs.inj ...K., Aicxnn(!(,r bratrn rssn anil beat trun,or( Lewis from Richmond and reports a great day.- -A Lex- attain; nilil atnwly tn at Clover Rottom schoolhouse last October 28. Ralph Farmer of his Jmt,9 CIc(,UR JonMt Noc, Ijamb 0nr fnlllng-of- f in price on nil kinds of crramctl liort"nlnf ami miliar, ailil niilinri? ami ington has como home to sec m Mirncle, Sada Lamb. Robert Lntnb, stock. Wednesday night, with some good passed Mrs. Dr. McCrnken flavoring nilil 2 ciipa flour who has been Slnnlcy Mnt0i,, Russel Lakes, Rcr- rirtitl willi linklnif pow-u- r, singing, violin music, and some very father, W. II. Farmer, thru our town todny en route to ailil enough tnoro thft WIliams. interesting talks from John Rose and, in very oau ncann tor ....: flour to mako atllT ilnunti. Nathan Jones. n new sturv. Ilcll nut vrry thin on Second Grade Clay Baldwin. We hope they will be Ed Maggard is minding llourrd board; cut with and will soon be ready for business. A,son irnrrl,orli Mnt Tj,kcSi nov,j aprlnkto cookie cutlrr. our visitors ngaln, soon. "Corner ROCKCASTLE COUNTY with piiRar or put n rai gone to menmonn. Rnymoml Ijnmb( nny Carrier, In or n plrcA of KnxtKli Oak" club meets Friday, October 20. -- Wm. Creech has I)lntilanta at Egypt walnut In ttin center of cy Abncrf Acy Lamb for a mnrshmallow toast and we -T- here will be preaching rach llako ahout 12 Dlsnutanta. Oc. 2. Tho revival night nnd buntiay In hot oven, Third Grade want every member to be present and Saturday Mads from Cream of Tartar, mectiniT closed nt Clear Creek SunCocoa Drop Ca'-- cs Rena Jackson, Rena Alexander, Nan- day enjov the afternoon together. W e ierWwcl from (rap. with twenty additions to the t tah'urwonj !mrt in nie Morgan, Ella Steward, Ossle church, nine coming bv will have some visitors, music, and 1 cup auuar Mooro's Creek. bnntism. 1 iK Edward. some games to play. William Hurst H up w'lk Mrs. G. V. Owens and daughter, Ida, Moore's Creek, Oct. 20. We are Fourth Grado Is some better at this writing. SevIS cup moon of Mt. Vernon, nttendod church nt 3 tf PerM glad to say that this section is pro- Elizabeth Slusher. Helen Milton. eral of this place attended church at linking PonuVr . gressing fine with its school and Eva Harrison, Gussie Alexander, Clear Creek Sunday. Since our Inst 4. .IC"!t Sand Gap, Sunday. writing Mr. and Mrs. Sam Coffey have trafnoon unit ' tca-,'churches. Miss Alpha Gay, teacher Grace Milton, Lyde Alexnnder. n vnr.lllt boon mnde the proud parents of a school, Mrs. Minnie of Green Hill Crrsm aiim filing: a.'' COOK BOOK FREE Fifth Grade nerd ugar ami baby boy, named William Ralph. of Lite school. Miss May Carrier. William Abncy, Roofie rgg. Ixnt well ami a.M H?rd, Oct. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Billie Little, teacher TV Tifw Floral CoeV Book Miss Mary Jones, teacher of the lft flour nllk teacher of Buffalo Abncy. Myrtle Lamb, conttlnlnc 400 drtlghttul making pomlrr. Harrison AlexHamilton, Sr., of Tvner, spent from Lula Corncttc, ait ami will I school, and Berry Cunagin, teacher ander, Charlie Morgan, China Lamb. Davis Branch school, visited home unl to jon t voi Into inlxtur. Mir Tuesday until Thursday of this week frr If yon will uai your un'il finonlli nilil vanilla fnlks Saturday nnd Sunday, nenr " nam aou addrett. lower Moore's Creek school, all Pui cno taMcHon of Sixth Grade with their niece. Mrs. Stephen Far- of Goochland Mr. and Mrs R. T. tial'fr inlT caih grrreputations as teachers- - Cledus Lamb, noVAMuKisiirowDEnco. Elmer Lamb, Chester! inullln tin ami bak In mer. Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Welch, of have excellent Yxk Cllr. lit ralua Slrtfl. nttendod a nubile speaking at oven about M -- Mr. Cunagin had a box supper at; AIcxamIer JnmM Esmcr'" Wclchburg. spent last Saturday night mlnutra, Cover with boilM Vernon Mondnv J. D. Thomas his school or. October 15. and a large skinncr MnUie ed Icing. and Sunday with Mrs. Welch's par and family of Cruse Ridge visited Mr. rrow,. alienor nnu " Alexander, Reo Abrnms. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Farmer. nnd Mrs. W. O. Thomas, Sunday p Maulden, to enjoy themselves -T- here were, Davidson, Screnth of Miss Ruby Farmers of this community are about brought in fine spent last Sunday with Miss Icy Far several of the girls Tivs iop Miss Crissev nrehum mnkini all sold well, but Miss j,,, mer., M(iss Stella Montgomery, of boxes and Dave Northern of niht and Sunday -- The littlo Infant Dooley nnd brother, Clny, of Gooch- neighborhood. nrougnt ine muni-a-i Adle Lewis Tvner. spent last Sundav with Miss Rockford has sold his fnrm to Kscar of Mr. and Mrs, James Clark died of land, nttendod church here Sunday. is now having a Pond School Miss Mattin nrice. Mr. Cunaein Jewell MeOeornre. Miss Bessie Rnwlett and Robert Rich for $G00. Dave purchased later pneumonia last week Soveral from large swinging bridge erected across Pond School, Tjck; attended the speaking by Parker, of Burnimr Snrinrs, soent a Oct. 20. Wilburn rtiwV of Rockffrd wore united in in Franklin, O., where he expects to White a part of the feW-dayBaker is seriously ill with tuberculo- marriage last week with her sister, Moores Creek with Henry "on. King Swopc nt Paint Lick, Sat- one day last week. We make his future homo.-M- rs. aid to monev which will be an sis. J. D. Abner is ill with a comMrs. I. S. McGeorge, of this nlacc. Northern has moved to her farm on "'day afternoon. R. L. Creech has wish the voting cnunlc much jov help to the whole plication Mrs. I. S. McGeorge Is visiting at his school and a of diseases. Gharles Rose Miss Lotty Cope wns married to Mr. Copper Creek. Work has begun on purensed a new Oliver typuwrlter and will be spent hns moved Burning Serines this week. W. H. vicinity; the remainder to Foxtown. T. P. Cox nnd Mrs. Joe Miller. Sunday U. S. Shearer made Scaffold Cane hill. Walnut Grove Hkes it fine. Mr. ways. Farmer, who has been so nnorly for for improving the district other has moved to his place and will conhnvinok tr'n to Roroa Monday.- -- school has a wonderful good name; Sowdcr, Sr., and Mrs. Annie Clark Chapel meeting time is still Carner so loner, is vorv low. E. B. Flanncry tinue to sell goods at the Pond. Mr. and Mrs. Hnrrlson Gndd of Ham- nit seem to be well pleased with the nnd children of Carthage, III, visited each month. and Shell McGeorge made a business on the first Sunday of There are a number of cases of flux ilton, Ohio, J. W. relatives at Level Green last week. are visiting relatives teacher, Mrs. Ellen Strank Sunday-schoeach Sunday at 10 a. trip to McKee last Monday. in this community. Three of Wm. here Todd sold to Jas. Bratcher some fine Mrs. Addle Darls visited Mr. and this week Mrs. W S Shearer m.. and Y. M. C. A. at early candle Russell's children arc down with An- visited her daughter at Hart's Mon-iln- v Shorthorn steers at six cents pcr!M". Sam Davis, Sunday Mrs. light. fever. The attendance at school is Herd Viss Mvrtle nnd Lula Gadd. of pound. Wnlkcr McIIonc sold to Tom nle Stnrns nnd John Davis visited smaller this month than last, on acHerd. Oct. 29. County Agent W. I.frk. wr vi!Hni relatives Croucher n fine Jersey cow James Mr. and Mrs. John Metcalf, Sunday. count of diseases and work. Gather- during R. Reynolds addressed the bovs and Church was nt Rockford this week. nigh Knob the latter part of the week. ing nuts Is the favorite past time ESTILL COUNTY eirls of Fall Rock school. October J. W. Gntlifr was visited last week O. M. Pnvne hns had pleetrlr lights High Knob, Oct 20. The farmers with children and young folks here ntallod in his dwelling house. 29, in the interest of agricultural club locust Branch by his uncle Joint Wild and Mr. and good use of the beautiful are making since Jack Frost made us a visit. Locust Branch, Nov. 1. Mr. and work. There seemed to be several Mrs. Tom King. Lots of cane was cho'man Shonror and little son, autumn days which we have been enof the boys and girls interested last week. J. W. and Mrs. James Blckncll spent Sunday James, of College Hill, were the frost-bitte- n joying for the past two weeks. Annville Fall Rock school Is progressing quests of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. S. Shcnrer J. C. Bullcn purchased what Is known! wh Mr. an.l Mrs. Mclvin Kinureu. School at this place Is still disconAnnville, Oct. 31. Annville has nicely, with an attendance of 45. liermom trench is still on tno iick as the John Linvillc farm of seventy tinued because of the illness of the been visited by scarlet fever and one nieht Inst week Mm Tt ftnlnlla ProneTl anil Mra Sunday-schoWe have at Oak Grove teacher, Miss Lizzie Isaacs, who has acres for $3,000. Wesley Mullen diphtheria, but no very serious cases. of Madison county spent last week church every Sundav at 1:00 p. m. bought of J. J. Bullen fifty-fiv- e acres Carpenter George Rock ford typhoid. Miss Eliza Moore and Mr. General Everybody cordially invited to attend had with relatives and returned home Rockford, Oct. 31. Born to Mr. of land for $3,500. mode a trip to Lexington last week. Bowling, Is still In of Illinois, were quietly Friday. Sunday-schoand lend a helping hand to make this Pet and Loe Young of Lexington married at London, Ky., October 22 and Mrs. W. H. Stephen, n fine boy, progress, Everybody Is invited to a better community in which to live. GARRARD COUNTY 30th. Troy Rich is at home grandmother, Mrs. visiting their and shortly left for Sidney, HI., to October come. Frank Webb was shot through Hurrah for The Citizen and its many are Bowline", for n few days. Several Democrats White Lick who is very sick at this Sid make their home there. Steve Baldhip last Monday afternoon. It readers. If you cannot attend from Hamilton have returned home White Lick, Nov. 1 Mrs. J. T. his McGeo and writing. Mises Lula school, win, Jesse Moore and Alfred Mooro was not n severe wound. read the 'esson in The Thompson returned week before lat Emma Combs were dinner guests of spent Sunday with friends on Buffa- to vote for Warren G. Harding. Citizen each week There is a trreat revival colne nt from n throo weeks' visit with rein. Miss Eliza Carpenter, Sunday. The lo. Robert Moore OWSLEY COUNTY is very sick, but Fair View. Uncle James Grant isUives nt Villa Grove and Springfield, little infant of Mr. and Mrs. John is improving. Mrs. Tillle York Island City very low. The doctors say his case III. Miss Martha Bryant visited her Roark was buried in the Lewis Cem- visited the Grand Chapter Moores Creek Island City, Oct. 18. The old of tho O. is unctirablc. Lnmmy Kaln, of Dls- - cousins, Misses Maggie and Maud Moorcs Creek, Nov. 1. Singing is etery Sunday afternoon. Mr. and E. S. at Lexington the past week. Bnrtist association is going on at progressing nicely at Grpen Mount, Mrs. Edd Rader are the proud par- The public school is progressing nicel- putanta, died last week and wasVhited, at Nina, last week. Mr. and Providence at present, also services In tho Scaffold Cane cemetery. Mrs. C, C. Hounshcll visited Mr. and 18. yburied with good attendance. Mrs. Rena' ents of a baby boy, born October We will have a community meet ITn church. Lawrence King hna Tinon mnflniwl ir, ylm f C TTiitxMna nt Wnllntnn at Southern t.nlr. Vr George and Jonah Ingram, George ing Simpson, who has been sick for some sold his farm to GId Blake and November 10th. There has been George Mcless for nearly six years. Molasses Sunday. James Roberts purchased n hns time, is thought to be getting worse. McQueen and John and a number of geese buyers in this to William making is still going on in this sec- - farm of .Marion Wells last week. Mr. Mr. Blake sold his farm Mr. Simpson and family have our Geo have gone to East Bemstadt to part tho past week, geese selling at tion. W. C. Viars and son arc plan- - Roberts nnd family will movo on his Roberts for $2,000. Mr. King will coal. Eliza Carpenter had a one deepest sympathy. Lena haul Misses probably go to Indiana, where his dollar apiece. There will bo ning to saw Friday night. Pearl lumber for J. W. Todd farm next year Jonathan nnd Lawr- Moore and Myrtle Pennington were church at Green Hill, November 0 father has recently purchased a farm. the guests of Misses Vera and Viv- nnd Lula Mooro visited relatves In and 7, conducted by Rev. Hacker, and this winter. J. W. Bullen has the once Creech visited Mr. nnd Mrs. largest crop of feed cane In this Andy Matlock (Continued on Pago Seven) Bond, Saturday night Hanan and a at Nina Saturday ian Jodv Sundav. Cunlgan and revival is expected to begin. Bob Moore have gone to Lynch to are digging coal at Jody's EI" bank. They say they are getting work. Gray Hawk along slow. Mrs. J. K. Morris was Gray Hawk, Nov. 1. Mr. and Mrs. the guest of Mrs. A. Little, Sunday. Thomas Parrett moved back to Mrs. Alcorn Sam Wilson has moved to Alcorn, Oct. 20. T. II. Evcrsolc Is Parrctt's old homo at Gray Hawk. to tho property of John S. Dr. and Mrs. George Tincher wens Bailey. B. L. Little bought a good going to have an auction sale of his visiting J. R. Bingham, Saturday and live stock and a general line of mer pair of yearling mules from Mr, chandise, October 30. School is pro Sunday. Miss Bessie Tincher is stayGrant Bailey last, week. N. S. Gay ing with her aunt, Mary Bingham, has sold his property on Sugar Camp grcssing nicely at Blanton Flat since for n few weeks. neck Johnson Is the flux and whooping caugh Is about to Taylor Noe of Buffalo, Mrs. Jim poorly. Your correspondent wns glad Ingram and family were the guests gone. The Alcorn school will con to seo The Citizen take the stand it girl of Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Cunlgan a tlnuo soon. Tho little has in the presidential race. We do few days ago. Prayer meeting and Vernon C. Harrison, who is teaching not need the League 8. of Nations in Christian Endeavor at Cornett's there, is about well. Hampton Lamb its present form. of Alcorn is very ill with typhoid. Chapel arc still held and a large R. Snowden of Irvine is the crowd is present most every Sunday Dr. R. Danga attending physician. William 1', night. unnco, uct. z,. peonlo here nro Terry Is attending a meeting of tho Grand Lodge this week, but will be busy In their enno. J. P. Wilson Eeypt homo Friday James Harrison of made a trip to Cincinnati to buy a Egypt, Oct. 25. Potato digging and Brazil, (Ky.) Logan Miller, C. L. stock of goods Jack Gibson started applo picking is all tho go. Mr. and Cain, Ben Skinner, W. P. Terry Thursday for Hamilton. A number Mrs. Charlie Smith and family of and Godfrey Lalnhart of Al of our people attended tho county Berea have made a flying visit to corn passed last Sunday evening In court at McKee, Monday. Joe John. Egypt. The candidates for member- social conversation with Veron C. son boueht a farm from Wllllo Amyx. Greon Carpenter hns gone to ship of the Jackson county Educa- - Harrison at his home. Laurel county to look for a farm. T. n. Wise and John Phillips aro opening up n coal mlno on Racoon. Mrs. Mary Ledfcltcr'a daughter from Jeffcrsonville, Ind., Is visiting her. is made of best wheat and by East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else d Another COOKIES and DROP CAKES From the Cook w: l m ... ...-.M- nr. ROYAL BAKING Absolutely Pure - fit-c- ar POWDER j mln-ut- ii 1 wHI-htr- n - moOi-rnt- ct. m s ol ' Sunday-- ' bean-hullin- g Wanted 10,000 Pounds of Turkeys We will start receiving turkeys for Thanksgiving market, Monday, November We will pay the highest cash price for turkeys delivered to us at Berea CALL US BY PHONE, BEREA, No. 60 Potts' GOLD DUST Hour most improved methods for prices before selling to anyone The highest price gets the turkeys. We've got it. If your turkeys are fat sell them early. it BEST BY TEST Phone 156-- 3 ,'For Sale Br All Grocer R. L. POTTS & SON White. Station, Ky. CLAY COUNTY Vine Vine. Qc 30 Sorghum maklncr nnd nnnle fathering Is the go. Mr. and Mrs. Lpno Peters of Hamilton, Ohio, visited relatives at this place last week Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Roberts of White Lick and Wm. Fer guson of Berea motored to this place Berea Produce Company Chestnut Street . Berea. Kentucky