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THE CITIZEN EE On the morning of Saturday, Oct. 21st Pushin's Fashion Shop (INCORPORATED) Sexton Building, Main Street, Richmond, Ky. "Exclusive but not Expensive" Opens to a PHENOMENAL 30 Days Fall Opening Sale Every department is loaded with the season's most desirable merchan dise. o COATS, SUITS, DRESSES, SKIRTS, BLOUSES, FURS, MILLINERY, HOSIERY, PURSES, PARASOLS. o Be among those to share in this PHENOMENAL Merchandising Event KNOTT'S FIRST FAIR IN SEVEN YEARS A TREMENDOUS SUCCESS Fair Under Ausplcea of Achievement Campaign Commit!. (To The Citiaen) At a meeting of the Knott County Board of Education to-day, It wal jokingly handed out that the peopl who walked to the Knott County Fair on Saturday lart, had to go back by way of the ridges, because the roada were so full of automobilea and horses. Opinion vary aa to the num ber of people present all the way from two thousand to five thousand, most peopte voting for three thous and. The store did a thriving bus iness, profit being measured in hundreds of dollars. Francis cash store took in $4.r1.30 before dark, and the business kept up away after that. Folks from all over the county thronged the stores, the athletic field, the cour' house and the street IVopte began to come into Ilindman at seven o'clock in the morning and a steady stream kept up until about eleven when a parado of automobiles, numbering around forty-five, arrived from Whitesburg, headed by a band. The total number of cars in Ilindman was in the neighborhood of fifty. The cars were outnumbered by teams and the bed of the creek for a couple of miles, had horses hitched to every available post and tree. The fair was the biggest the town of Hin,l man has ever known, and it looks as though the benefits derived from it are going to make permanent land marks of prog-ess for Knott County. The Fair was engineered by the Knott County Achievement Contett, the Knttt County School Supervisors, The Knott County Home Demonstra tion Agent. Mrs. Warm, an. I officials of the Achievement Contest being re sponsible. The Court House was used for exhibits, and the athletic we-c carried on at the athletic fi-M. A great many schools were represen ted, and the day opened with tho gathering of all the rchnol child-en in front of tho court house for sing ing. Some of the school teachen had come from a great distance, barging all the children of their schools with them. A special feature was the large number of good speakTs. These in cluded Pr. M. F. Wright, of Seco. George Clark, County superinten dent of Letcher County, Mr. Frazier, Iietcher County, and Professor Baird, of Berea. Senator Smith introduced the speakers. The topic of the day, Good Roads, was so ably presented by the speakers that there is not much doubt in the minds of most of the people present as to the future of the highways and byways of Knott County. A prize of fifty dolars hnd been offered by the Knott County Achievement Contest for the best piece of road work done by the schoo's on the road working days, September 27 and 28, when every body in the county that was able, turned out and levelled up mud holes, cut down hills, drained, ditched, blasted and otherwise turned every stone for better highways. This prize was awarded at the Fair, and was tarried off by the Betty T-oublesome School, of which E. A. Hammons is in charge. The pupils, teacher and community of this school and had done nothing less than moved a mountain. After thnt they had ditched, tiled and drained, dug, levelled and smoothed, to su-h an extent that travelling conditions in the district are quite reversed. All the schools and communities 'n the county were highly commended on the excellent work they have done on the road probl-m. Albert E. Smith's School, at St. Nicholas, came close second for the prize. I At the "Husky Supervisor's Ball Game", in the morning, the Super-' viror'a team beat the St. Nicholas Carr Creek team 22 to 11. The plavers on tho side of the Supervia-o-'s were Frank Fairchild, French Maggard. Curtis Martin, Hagar Fu patn and Tal Gibson. On the St. Nicholas-Carr Creek aide were: Rev. A'hert Smith, Mando Kelly, Frank Ashley, Pixon Adams, Spencer I Combs, Jr. Th ball frame was fol lowed bv athletic which had been ar-aned bv the School Supervisor Arnold Maard, Jime Ritchie, Penis StuririM. Burleich Noble, Troy Tavlor, French Maggard and John J. Mnga-ard raried off first p'ize. The Home Imnrovementa section and the Junior Agriculture' Penar.' ment covered a babr exhibit, health, food reeHVwork and wesvlrg. rook In'. hiskerrv and animal and pou'try ehW. Pue to the la-i-e number rf nennla pre-ent m th fsr it wis naMi-nl that there should have been numerous entries, and there were. A rPBt ma"T fi" samnle of worn ard produce were rhown, and first prlr.es wore tVen hv the fHowlns?: Mi. jVheo Amhtirtrev, weaving, Mj H"dt RichU. coverlet. Mr. Jnhri Puke, rooking, Mr. Joe Everage, fanning, Mrs. Delia Haya, tufted Confidential Relation Our business is conducted on a confidential basis. Excepting our active officers no one has access to our books. Our officers are compelled by law to do all banking business on a strictly confidential basis. No one can chock on you without your authority. We are resxnsible for the payment of all forped checks. Give us your business. Your money is safe with i s. It is not safe at your home 40 Club Cards sinned to date-1 t's make it a 100 Berea Bank and Trust Co. J. W. STKIHENH, presulrni MAIN STREKT JOHN K. DKAN, Cn.hi.i HKREA. KY. Notice! To the People of Berea and Vicinity I li.ivr otnril a jjrneral More in the brick building on Ninth It- of Chestnut Stret-t n ar postotlice. My stock is completr, drv clouds, shot's, Krceries, feed, hard ware, furniture, etc. I buy for cash and sell fur cash. See My Prices J. A. OLIVER sheets. Aunt Sally Pigm.n, hand tied lace, Cornelia Richard, basketry, Mis Frkin, potted plants, Marinda Rich ard, woven blanket, Mr. Kelly Pay, homespun. In the Educational Department,' "the little Mullins girl" carried off the county champior.ship for fpelling. J The prixe wss a pair of shoes, and! she was taken right over to Sturgil'.s store and presented with them. Char-' lie Collins, of Caney, carried off the J first prize for the best relief map. Ma Noble, fi'st for the best map of, North America, Mable Slone for the best of the United States, and Nellie Pigman for the best of Kentucky. ' County fain have certainly made a good fresh start in Knott County. The success of this one bids fair to re-establish them permanently. FOTNR4.TI0N SCHOOL Foundation School enjoyed a rare treat at their School Faculty last Friday night. Miss M'ttow had invited the Foun dation teachers and a few other to meet at Country Home No. 1. Most of the evening was given to her lis ter, Pr. Merrow, a medical mlssicn ary located in China. She told of the Chinese people, and exhibited a great many veryi interesting and beautiful artie'es of clothing, tapes try, photographs, etc., showing the wonderful handwork of these people. The Doctor also instructed the teachers in the use of chop-sticks, testing their skill in seeing who eould soonest carry the contents of a dish of beans on the chop-stick, one at time, and place them In another dish on the opposite side of the room Porter Gray showed most skill in this Chinese art. Miss Merrow and her girls served refreshments of Ice-cream and cakes. All went home feeling that they had a happy and a profitable evening. ceived the association at his home. The film, "Herea," was enjoyed, as well as two instrumental selections rendered by students of the college. Saturday morning at 8 o'clock Mr. R. II. Ridgway, Assistant Librarian of Kcrca College, gave a paper, en titled "Books for Country Readers," in which she drew a vivid picture of the country home and showed how, by the careful selection of books for the children, the lives of the who' family may be cheered. She also gave helpful sugg-stions as to choice of books for rural use. This was fol lowed by a short but lively discus sion, after which the member of the association attended United Chapel, sitting on the platform as the guests of the schools. A portion of a moun tain ballad was sung, followed by a talk by President Hutchina. At 10 a. m. the fin; J business meeting of the convention waa held, it which the fo'lowing officers were elected for th coming year: Presi dent, Mrs. A. S. Gardner, Scottsvillo, (furmerly Miss F'dwards, of Horse Csve); First Vice President, Mis King, Kentucky Unive-sity; Second Vice President, Miss Tunia, Danville; Secretary-Treasurer, Mis Lloyd. Kertucky Wesleyan College, Win chester; Memhcr-at-large, Mr. Coff man, Georgetown. At the close of the session, a res olution was passed expressing the g-atitude of the association to the library and college for hospitality shown, to the management of Boone Tavern, to the varioua faculty mem bers, the loan of whose car made the trip to the hills possible, and for the "unforgettable" supper served at the end of the trip. LIBRARY ASSOCIATION j (Ccetirupd from Pe One) erly Wheatrroft, of Frankfot, on "Widening the Scope of the Library The afternoon was taken for a trio to ths hilN. where the guest had an opportunity to see a part of the country made famous by Paniel Boone, and to become acquainted with our rection of the Pixie Highway Time waa taken at Bristol Taylor farm to climb to the top of the hill and get the view of Here with her surrounding hills. The clearness of the atmosphere made thia a rel treat. Sunner wa served on the h'tj,1 which, after the ride in the bracing air, wss not Vom. At 7:30, President Hutchina re- People for Whom the Best It None Too Good Are always the moat enthusiastic concerning the cxrvllnt- of uur Dry Cleaning and Dyeing W have una of tha must efficient Remodeling Departments In lha country- Pura transformed into tha mode vary quirkly. Men'a and woman's aar menta altctvd in any way deeired. Wa dya fur akine and ranwNjal tham in any way. We tailor make men'i or la diet' suits, $50.00 up. Latest style. We pay $2.50 railroad fare on every custom-made suit ordered rom u. Send (uude parcel suet Wa have no went. THETEASDALE CO. 2M1T WALNUT STREET CINCINNATI, OHIO.