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Flvo Cents Per Copy. bevoted. to ttie Interests of tlie 3CoxntLirL HPeople BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, The Citizen JINK 10. 1919. Knowledgo is Powor and tho way to keep up with modorn Knowledge is to read ,a good Nowspaper. One Dollar and Fifty Cents Per Year. No. 51. The Negro and Industry A recent meeting on Industry and Economics held nt Atlantic City, New Jersey, gave large place to a discussion of the Negro in industry. There arc more colored people in proportion to their number at work in various occupations in the United States than any other part of our population. They are forced to labor at a great disadvantage, however, because of the hostility of Labor Unions, ant prejudice. Almost everywhere they are put to unskilled labor, although when given an opportunity, they show capacity for higher forms of work. Today our country is in need of man power to the fullest capacity. It is bad economics as well as bad business judgment and injustice to hold the Negro down to the lowest plane of service when he might equally well contribute vastly more to the general welfare and would Vejoice at the chance. Kentucky News I U. S. News n uerman r the l c?j i laoinei aaia 10 World News Country Above Party Thetrue""patriot desires the welfare of his whole country, and of the world. The partizan is trying to get some advantage for his own little crowd at the expense of the larger number. In times of war especially, we ought to lay aside all party differences and work together for the common welfare. We arc very sorry that some Republican leaders , seem to be trying to get some advantage for their party by opposing the treaty and the League of Nations. They will certainly gain nothing for their party, and they may delay or defeat one of the greatest blessings that might come from this cruel war. Of course it was exasperating that Wilson has been so partizan in his appointments. Hut this is almost his only fault. He is a truly great man, and his fourteen points mark a forward step in the politics of the world. The treaty will not be perfect, nor the League, but they will be the best possible. We are Republicans, but we are ashamed of those Republicans who arc opposing these great fruits of the war. If g Union Stand the Together, True to Their Ideals English-SpeakinUjr WINSTON CHURCHILL, BrltUh Stcrrury It lias been well paid the price of safety is eternal vigilance. The forma of efforts rliango but the battle is never over. The life struggle is unending, and tho true measure of nations is what they can do when they are tired. Tho hardest test of all is the test of victory. We English-speakin- g communities of the world must endeavor now, however hard it may seem, to meet the new perils, the new responsibilities of our immense position with a new fund of resilience, of buoyancy and of resolution I don't quite see what can happen to harm us if the English-speakin- g union stand together, true to their ideals of freedom and humanity, and resolute to work together in a spirit of practical comradeship for the stability and progress of civilization. If we fall apart there is the end of everything. All that we have achieved in common in this struggle will collapse in rain to the ground. If we fall apart there is no limit to the evils which might be unloosed upon mankind. Hut if wo hold together tho larger hope that good will come out of convulsions of the war is fortified and consolidated in an extraordithe nary degree. Together wo arc safo ; together we are unassailable ; together, with our gallant ally, France, wo shall, if wo pursue a wise and honorable policy, emerge from the horrors and tho anxieties of the present time, and preserve for the benefit and the admiration of future ages the glories we havo won in thin long and cruel war. CONTENTS PAGE 1. MICKIE SAYS Editorials: Tho Negro and Industry; Country Above NU-fH- v VJHV Party. World News; United Stales News; Slate News. PAGE 2. I NOPe.WE 0ON'"f V.NOV4 tBOUf vf . s vf A. OlDN'-- OON ER OVJRU'J." f V4EU., Famous Peaco Treaties. Kentueklans Who Ha'vo Won Distinction. Joint Meeting of K. E. A. and K. P. A. A&oor r z n N" WIN , eot V fcrV VA PHONE OS MH' oo fne best no vven SOtErfNES NNSS Ml N ES'Nv .VJE'ae PAGE 3. Concerning Child Labor. Gen Poem: "Liko Him." eral News. and Church News. OVER THE VKCJUEA PAGE PAGE 5. Current Picnics. Town ments. PAGE C. News Review. Advertise- Farm Hints. Editorial. Hack to tho Land. PAGE 7. Sunday School Lesson. Kentucky Drys for Amendment. Melz, Capitol of LorEastern Kentucky Nows. raine. PAGE 8. Two Airman Killed. New Haven, Coiiu. Llvuteimnt Mel-Ti- n li. Kellehur, 33 yvurs old, Frank, llu, IuiL, and Corporal Joiuph Kati. muiin, 21 yearn old, Brooklyn, army rlutors from Mlouult, N. V., wero Our philosopher says: Trees make klllad when tholr airplane collided mighty good and steady friends. with another machine when flying ut a few an' lot 'em grow up a height of 1,000 feet, near the Yalu Plant with your children. Bowl. The inun were driving one of three airplunen which loft IluiWluirnt Pure drinking water and plenty Kleld for Now Kngluud on a recruit-Ja- g campaign for uvlatlon service. of it is essential to good health. Hogs sold at $21.60 a hundred Circuit Court Judgo Stout refused Tho final form of the peaco treaty a new Irial for Oscar Johnson,' pounds nt tho Union Slock Yards, Terms But Afraid lias been handed to tho Gcrman3 charged with tho murder of Walter. Chicago, ion Monday, tho price he and they will have .until next MonIlice, and ordered Johnson taken tojlng tho highest on record at the day for reply. It Is expected that of Bolshevism for execution on August local market. no further changes are lo he made 15. An appeal will he taken to the While sentiment in Ihe German and that the' treaty must be signed Court of Appeals to stay the execuAccording lo Secretary linker Ih'j cabinet, according to a Weimar or the war renewed. Tho leaving tion. Johnson and Ilice were well force of .100,000 men provided hy dispatch, is almost unanimously of German representatives from known all ovei Central Kentucky. the House Army Appropriation Hill against signing Iho treaty, oftlcial Versailles was followed hy an outis inadequate. He is making an ap- Germany has not definitely commitburst of French impulsiveness as Friday is the last day tho rail- peal for 500,000 men. Ho also urgoi ted itself on the amended peace (he suppressed feelings of tho popuroads will receive whisky ship- that the, "rider" lo the House hill, conditions. lation wero relcaed. ments. At present, according to preventing Iho War Department Tho German leaders held an exrailroad men, more than a third of .from buy ing real estate, he disscnl- - tended conference at Tho German demands for chang Weimar Tuesouthound shipments from Louisville cd from day to discuss the treaty terms on have not been fully met in the new aro whisky. For the last week which bang the future- fale of Ger- form of the treaty hut some confreight depots have heen packed lh The bodies of six additional many. It is expected lhat the cessions have been made. Assurliquor. All whisky going out Urns of tho river catastrophe which amended conditions will be laid be- ance is given that Germany will now must have freight prepaid so or cured six miles north of Tuscola, fore (bo German National Assem- not he held out of tho League of that railroads will not ho the loser (Aln, on Monday when the pleasure bly the 18th by the cabinet. It is Nations indefinitely, n way is proif the goods arrive at their destina- - launch Mary Frances overturned, declared that the only thing that vided for a final settlement of replion ftor the curtain falls, July l.'woro taken from the stream lato might persuade the German gov- arations at an early dale, the Siles-ia- n Monday, bringing tho total known ernment to agree to territory is not lo go to Poland tho treaty is Hogs traveling in Kentucky this .dead to twenty-si- x. the possibility of political and except by plchicilo and other summer will do so in comfort. Icoj econotnic chaos in Germany after- boundary concessions are made. will be placed in each car of hogs Willi authorization of for a new ward. in order that tho swine may bo three-yebuilding program climi-mo- ro President Wilson is expected lo Opinion in Paris as to (he eventcomfortable ' while traveling nated anil tho fund for naval avia-an- d ual attitude of the Germans is di- leave for home soon, and it is analso to prevent shrinkage.! lion reduced lo $10,000,000 the 1920 vided. It is believed, however, that nounced lhat he will make a tour, Commissioner of Agriculture Cohen naval appropriation bill was passed Iho Germans, knowing of tho country speaking in the inflic h advising all shippers of livestock by the House and sent to the Scn- - results of a refusal to sign, certain terest of tho League of Nations and will in nnd farmers lo see that hogs are alo this week. Tho measure car- the end agree lotho lerms. It is bringing the issuo directly beforo shipped in cars containing at least ries approximately $000,000,000, and' aif, , UO30 fanVil(ar wiUl the the people. Such is a logical method 300 pounds of ice. Tho ice is to bl; was pased in virtually the form It Limn of procedure in view of tho altiin n,n iw n. replenished at certain points in pamo from the naval committee. man leaders can, if they wish, tude of Iho Senale and the change, order that the 300 pounds weight Ho will make it appear that they had gain- in political condition? may be kept up. Hogs, CommissionConcerning Alvin York, whom ed concessions by negotiation. make a powerful case without-doubt- . er Cohen said, have been known to General Pershing calls the greatest In the meantime Marshal Foch, lose at least fifty pounds each while soldier in the world, the Lexington commander-in-chi- ef of the allied being shipped from one point to Herald remarks: A, direct (light has boon made armies, has issued orders that another, especially if the weather "When apprecialiveAmcricans read preparations be from the coast of New Foundland made for an adis very hot. Ice cooled cars, ho the story of how many men York vance eastwnrd from the Rhine to Ireland by two English aviators thinks, will add materially to the killed, how many machine-gu- n nests bridgeheads as soon as tho Ger- under conditions that wero not very comfort of the hogs. lie nroKe up and now many prison mans refuse to meet the allied favorable because of fog and sleet. ers be took in the brief period of trm, f lh., nniinn t,,,i,i , Tho time required was about six,. teen and a half hours. The airfour hours fighting, they can't re- - iaKcn. '.'A New Broom Sweeps Clean" American forces aro And frequently a newly elected frain from wondering what Alvin ready, and, if tho occasion should planes wero diabled in landing but ofllial mav he credited with (ho would have done if ho could have require, can start on short notice (he aviators have gone to London where they will bo received with same virtue. Wo agree with Iho started when tho whistle blew and in battle formation toward the great rejoicing and honor. They Louisville Post lhat some vigorous got in a full day's time, union scale." tcrior of Germany. prophesy a passenger line within a "house cleaning" is demanded in Final consideration of tho Ausyear. Ono man was killed and seven trian terms is Kentucky, and think the time is for Friday, and it is ripe for some radical changes. In a seriously injured in an explosion believed lhat the Auslrians will The great Belgian Cardinal, Msgr. recent editorial tho Post remarks: anil (Ire in the city garbage disposal receive the full text of tho terms Mercier, is planning to visit tho " The time is ripo and rotlen ripo plant at Akron, O, on Monday morn- on Saturday. for change.' There are a number ing. A 2,000 gallon gasoline tank The Austrian reply to the frag- United States in the, fall. Next to of men now holding political oillccs exploded, from a short circuit in mentary treaty submitted at St. tho Belgian king ho holds Ihe place in this Slate who should bo scpa the electric wiring. A portion of Germain has been handed to the of honor among the Belgians for rated from llioso ofilces There are the building was totally destroyed. peace conferenco and is being his fearless resistance (o tho Gerold policies that should be aban- City officials could not estimate the translated for submission to tho mans and for his- untiring efforis doned and new policies that should loss, whicl) is believed to be close Council of Five. Nothing as (o its lo aid his countrymen during the be inaugurated and penal and char- (o $15,000. The planj was valued at nature has been made public at war. He will bo tho guest of Caritable institution's that need tho 8100,000. H. J. Whittakcr, foreman, Paris, hut Vienna dispatches say dinal Gibbon3 but will doubtless and Jack Miller, an inspector, had (hat newspapers thero are publish visit other parls of the country and touch of a new hand. rho whole State of Kentucky is completed a preliminary tour of in- ing a summary of tho reply, which will be in great demand. crying out for leadership. Hereto- spection but a few moments beforo seems to consist largely of objec United States troops were again fore it has- been difficult under any the explosion. At the risk of his tions to (he territorial clauses of forced to cross tho boundary into circumstances to induco tho people life, Superintendent Thomas had a tho treaty. Mexico, during tho week, on acof Kentucky to talk and think about second gasoline tank, filled with count of depredations by the foltheir Stale government, except in 5,000 gallons, removed from the FOCH MAKES ALL PLANS FOR lowers of Villa. Tho revolutionary tho way of criticism, but, if Mr. scene of the conflagration. MARCH ON GERMANY leader escaped hut his forces were Illack acts with tho energy and debadly shattered and considerable If Senator Do rah is not delibercision that is predicted for him, tho COHLF.XZ, Tuesday, Juno 17. feeling in Tho concen'ration of troops pre- less of life was inflicted upon them. ately inciting State will be 'interested' all right. Nor is this all. Tho list of can- this country in his desperate offdrts paratory (o advancing furlhcr into Tho Americans wero in possession didates for the minor ofilces is not to kill tho league of nations, how Germany if the Germans refuse to of Juarez at last reports but expect yet mado up. A bold policy by the does he just'fy his palpably con- sign tho terms of peaco will begin to return across the border, as soon ' Governor may well so transform tho temptuous references In the Senate on Wednesday throughout tho oc- as conditions aro settled. to "Mr. Cecil" and suggesting (hat cupied area. situation that strong candidates may Tho Russian government nt Omsk, como out. Tho Governor should act "Mr. Cecil's" ancestors sympathized Orders to this effect wore under General Kolchak, seems to with tho South in our civil war? and act quickly." today from Marshal Foch, oiTer hope of meeting tho expecta"Mr. Cecil" cannot help his ances- commanUer-inJchi- ef of the allied try; ho cannot help even his inher- armies, who sent similar orders to tions of tho allies. It stands for a government of all Russia, it recogitance of tho title which Mr. Borah COLISEUM HAS LahGEST so conspicuously omits to use. Ono all tho allied forces on German nizes tho independence of Poland, soil. promises tho payment of debts thing seems definitely settled alLieut.-GeHunter Liggot, com- it STAGE IN THE WORLD ready. If tho United Slates and mander of American forces in tho and tho fulfillment of contracts, and Great Britain should get to lighting Coblenz area, said today, after an asks (ho cooperation of tho parts of again, it would bo Borah's war far inspection trip of the bridgehead Russia that havo separated, In demore than Lord Robert Cecil's. foutposts and tho headquarters of termining boundaries and settling Crowning Feature of Methodist Springfield Republican. divisions along tho Rhine, that tho rolations with independent portions. American forces wero all ready to Centenary Celebration, According lo the New York Even- niovo ahead at a moment's notice. Reports from China indicato that ing Post, several universities beLeaves to soldiers permitting ginning with Columbia and includ-in- ir (hem to visit recreation points iho great need is a greater control Columbus, O. As tho Coliseum la Princeton. Michigan. Brown, within the American zono havo all by tho masses of Iho people. Tho tho crownlnB feature of tho oxuosl- - i,ancing agricultural collego and leaders havo been loo much disbeen suspended until it is known posed lo graft and ahuso of their tlon grounds --where tho .Methodist Harvard, have decided to accord whether tho Germans will accept positions and havo been wiling to Centenary celebration will bo held public recognition to Maj.-Ge- n. or reject tho peaco conditions. China nut to Japan against tho June 30 to July 13, ro It will house Enoch II. Crowder, the man who If orders come lo go ahead tho sell a number of the crowning features of lum utuu tun, i ai u iii ci i unj pi'iii u 1 u Americans will advanco in combat will of the people. Tho Chinese servico plans by means of which il formation prepared for any emer- Repuhlio has been far from an that celebration. originally by the Rtato of Ohio was possiblo for (bo United States gency with the artillery and supply ideal one. The futuro rests largely Dutlt at 'a cost of a quarter of a million lo put a victorious army into Franco trains following closo upon ihe with, those forces which will mako for an uplift of tho mass of tho dollars tiy houtui live stock exhibi- In eighteen months. Honorary heels of the infantry. people, a gigantic but necessary will bo awarded General Crowtions, It has been transformed by liberal expenditures into one of the der, and thoro is special significance GERMAN CABINET IS AGAINST task. finest auditoriums lu America. in tho fact that so many universiSIGNING PACT It has been furnished with a J 50,000 ties have taken this opportunity to Gorman liners, taken from that WI'IMAR, Tuesday, Juno 17. plix) organ. country during Iho war, havo been him. Friends of General No statement has been issued hy It has been fitted with the targost honor Crowder beliovo it is a sign that the German Cabinet on tho allied mado over lo somo extent and aro stage in America. merican public opinion as a result reply to tho German counter pro- now in tho servico of Iho IncreasIt has ben reseatod to accommocontroversy posals, but tho Associated Press ing Irado with South America. or recent court-marti- al date 8,000 spectators. trade is becoming moro of a The stage will accommodate 2,000 has not been persuaded to forget the learns that sentiment in tho Cabi- This people. remarkablo achievement of the pro- net is almost unanimously against reality each day and new lines aro The orchestra pit Is arranged for vost martial In raising tho draft being opened up lo lessen tho length signing tho treaty, tho only ob76 mualclana. greatest emer- jection being tho possibility of of tho voyago and to provide an The building U solid concrete, aiaai army in America's for undeveloped sections. Bolshevism ami chaos In Germany. outlet and gfaks. aad has extraordlMry gency. Tho trade with Mexico has also inBy a voto of 10 to 3 tho Hou.S9 aoooaMc properthM. Tho Cabinet met at noon and conJudiciary Committee refused to tinued its session until lato in tho creased In spite of adverse condiIn the bUdlBg will t gfrm th dau praaentauon ot tb adopt a motion of Representative day. Tho Peaco Commission be- tions. Tha Warfew," wtU IJBO Igoe, Democrat, Missouri, repealing gan deliberating on the entente paata; the daOjr organ rrttmj peri- war-tim- a prohibition insofar as It answer at six o'clock tonight. Of- - Tho new ambassador, likely tfl bo odic coocwrts by taa araaffeoar or- sent from F.ngland to our country, cuocru( br t&a (Continued on Page Two.) riTt) (CoaUauil (Continued on Pago Two.) vic-wiar I Be Opposed to Signing ri,. - anti-Brifci- sh ro-cei- n. es oa-Pt- Page Two EXTRACTS mOM A STREET JOINT MEETING Or THE K. E. A. SPEECH AND K. P. A. OF THE STATE The hip event, of the K. 1'.. A. this Clarence True Wilson year u Hip joint oslon cm ThursJuno Sit. of llic Kenday evening, That Foolo'ophor who tlrst retucky Kiliicnlinnnl Asportation nml "Hopr is liquid bread,'' Hip Kentucky Vrot Asncintinn In marked: 1m Hip llrft limn should have added: "And a chaw of Louisville. 11 will THE CITIZEN Juno 19, 1010 DO YOU LIVE IN THE MOUNTAINS? WOUNDED SOLDIERS FED IN BED Attend Mountain Summer School With Chautauqua Features BEREA COLLEGE, BEREA, KENTUCKY for them. 'The averngc saloon ns a charac Such a suggestion is enough to make n halfway do rent demon blush tip to (he roots of his horns! Wo want a law that will shield and protect the young, the habit bound and the helpless; not a snare to entrap tho unwary. The talk of "blue laws." Why all laws look blue to a man who doesn't .intend to obey them. They prefer "red" laws. am in favor of "liberty" enlight ening tho world;" but that docsn'l mean a liking for a goddess with a red nose to illuminate the path of progress. If Prohibition prohibits once a year, "election day, and once i week, "Sabbaths," the same legal system and the same officers could make it prohibit every day. All these saloon-keepe- rs and bartenders a're "jolly good fellows." KENTUCKIANS WHO HAVE WON Eve had the same idea of tho serWAR HONORS pent when he offered her the glad Uringing back a German helmet has been made the occasion of much hand in the Garden of Eden. ado in the homo of many a soldier of tho American Expeditionary MATTERS THAT ARE APART Forces, particularly if tho helmet was the one worn by some German Wooer Discovered That Business Ars Methods and Lovemaking soldier killed by the possessor of Things That Will Not Mix. the prized trophy. f From a long list published by the There was no sentiment about th Courier Journal, of those who won young man. Ills had been a business distinction and honorable mention training, and he carried business methfor gallantry in action, we arc print- ods Into his social life. "Will you be my wife?" he asked. ing tho names of five who live in hluntTy. communities near Berca. The girl looked startled. Sergt Ray H. Mullin, Peoples, Jack "I'm not much of a lover," he added, son County "but I guess I'll mnke n pretty good Near Crezancy, France, July 15, husband. I might give you a whole lot 1918, after the enemy came up from of oft talk, but what's the use? Marhe setthe roar and blew his gun crew riage Is a contract and shouldWhen I continued, tled on n business basis. go from the emplacement, he after It want anything In business I with the aid of one man, lo fire his bluntly. I generally know what 1 gun, even after one of his hands want, too, and I want you." had been shot away. She gasped, but presently regained her comitosure. Private James Lake, Kingston, Ky. "Fortunutely," she said, "I've had u Near Bellicourt, France, Septem- little business training myself, so we ber 29, 1918, with eight other soldi- can discuss, this proposed coutract ers comprising the company head- properly and dispassionately." "I'm glad to And you so sensible." quarters detachment, Private Lake assisted his company commander in ho told her. "I can give you nothing better than cleaning out enemy dugouts along option," she said. a canal and capturing 212 prisoners. a second I" "Whut he exclaimed. Homo address, Mrs. Nellie Alex"I might tell you that I am conscious Kingston, Ky. ander, Of the honor you do me, hut that I an) she explained. Sergt. John C. Burgin, Bond, Jackson already engaged." "That, with a suggestion that it Is County, Ky. yery sudden, would be the sentimental Near Romagne, France, October way, but I will merely say that the 14, 1918, seriously wounded while first option Is already taken." advancing with his platoon under "Then there Is no hope?" fire, terrible shell and machine-gu- n "How foolish," she commented. "As Sergeant Burgin refused treatment a business man you ought to know that and led his men on to tho objective. a first option does not necessarily Next of kin, John Burgin, Bond, Ky. mean a closed contract. If you don't want to take a thance on a second opSergt. Samuel Clarkston, Driprock, tion, say so ; If you do, I'll drop you a line If I find myself on the matrimonial Jackson County, Ky. market again." Leading the one machine-gu- n he "That's crew across the Hiver Mouse, near complained. sort of Beaumont, France, on November lu"That's business," she asserted. ll, 1918, Sergeant Clarkston, under "I I don't believe I like business as trying conditions, established a well as I thought I did," he remarked. stronghold from which ho inflicted "Very likely," she returned. severo losses on tho enemy. Mrs. "I'd rather have a first option." "A first option never has been and James Clarkston, mother, Driprock, never will he secured by business Ky. r." 1 step-mother, Oovemor sas, la the chipf speaker on tho K. K. A. program this year. Ho was once known as the groat Western orator, hut is now known as the irroat orator of the United Slates His work In Franco during tho war and his nomination anil election to the office of Governor in his ab senro make him a peculiarly tils tincuished figure. Governor Allen is on the Educational Committee of the National Security League and is having a large share in the now educational urogram. Ho has tour ed this country in the interest of llio Hod Cross, suffrage and various other causes, and whatever his sub ject or wherever ho speaks, there is usually an overflow meeting. Kentucky's Governor, ono of Kentucky's editors anil Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart will compose the Kentucky talent on the program that evening. Is solid milk." Ihnl tint teachers nml editor have torbaccer There Is no such thing as a natorpanl-znln- ti iiipI together. Thee two represent gronler power than ural right lo do wrong. Law may pronounce what is right but It can nny oilier in Hie State, and thr-lcoming together on .lime 26 means not make rights; much loss make that they are in earnest almul tin them out of wrongs. Law enforcement is easy where reconstruction problems which face us and will pull together lo accom- you havo the man; and every boot logger In Kansas found that ono plish the task they sec ahead. Henry J. Allen, of Kan- woman with n hatchet was too much " June 6 to July 11 and July 11 to August 15 Pleasure and profit for aspiring teachers, business men, farmers, discharged soldiers, Christian workers. "Something good for every comerl" Daily discussions of things important for the mountains, meeting mountain leaders from eight states. Berea Faculty includes many of the greatest educators and speakers of the south, and summer brings in other noted men, moving pictures, entertainments, music. Berea is religious, "works with all followers of Christ." Tobacco, prohibited except to confirmed users over thirty. Only conditions for entrance that you live in the mountains and are above house-keepers, non-sectaria- n, Debarkation Hospital No. Is served to Uiem In bed. Theso wounded heroes hnve Just returned from Trance nnd been recvlved-a- t 3, New York city. They arc bed patients and food) fifteen. Best location, climate and equipment. Note two things: The studies and entertainments are the best, and especially adapted to people from the mountains. And the prices are made right for young folks just getting a start "cheaper than staying at home." FAMOUS PEACE TREATIES By II. IHVINu KING Mcnut (Copyright, HIS. hy th TREATY OF PARIS. A Peace N'lr 1763. Syndics!.) Address The Secretary, Marshall E. Vaughn, (Adv.) Berea, Kentucky PAY SOLDIEK WORKERS Millions Coming to Men Who Helped in Roadbuilding. Sol- - That Paved-th- Way for the American Revolution. To Be Given Difference Between dlers' Pay and Wage of the Civilian Laborers. Wnshlncton. D. O. Amprlrnn federal government. Theywlll pet It as soon as the department of agriculture can figure out the difference between $30 n month, a private's pay. and the amount paid to colored laborers who received $3 and $0 n day working ,side by side with them. The totnl will he rhnrrMl tin nrnlnct the stntes which cot their roads built for a sons through the use of American dentine men. nml will ho tterillrt. ed from their share of the S2OOO0O. 000 provided In the post office appro priation bill for federal aid to the states In highway construction. The Inw Insuring this Just treatment of the soldiers pnsed congress amid the confusion of the closing days of the last session, and members are going tO See tO It thflt thn full nmminl duo to each soldier road builder Is paid. One of the notable pmmnlpi nf rnnl building Is the model highway connect ing wusiilngtoh with Camp Humphrey, Va. One of the principal units was a company of engineers enlisted from Wisconsin university. These men, nccordlng to Senator Ln Follette. worked 12 and 13 hours a day. dlers from northern states who were Kept on this side of the Atlantic and forced to construct an elaborate highway system In the South have several million dollars coming from the snl. ( Wounded, He Awoke to Find Sister as Nurse :::::::::; hilling and taking prisoners almost The hall was the entire party. opened and Washington had opened It. It Is not necessary to go over the history of the French nnd Indian war or the Anglo-Saxo-' whether the aerial policeman In the United .States race should be supreme In North which was closed hy the treaty of when Otto MeycrhofTer, a local America, not only deposed France Purls nine years later. Every schoolwas sworn In ns a member of the fioin her osltlnn of a colonial power boy knows of Itraildock's defeat and Venice police force my Mayor A. li of the first rank, hut It ended a war Wolfs victory. Washington, as an Coles. v.hlch hnd taught the American col- olllrer of the Virginia inllltla nnd as aid to llniddock. learned the art nf The aviator donated to the use of onies to think, act and feel for themthe city one of his airplanes on the selves In terms of distinctive national- war by experience and so distinbottom of which. In large white letters ity, hod laid the foundations for the guished himself that his name was apalnst a dark green background, was American llevolutlon and developed known In Europe. Quebec fell In painted the words: "Venice Police." of 17.'i!i. Montreal surrendered the genius nf George Washington. "The new air policeman will render Unlike the other wnrs which had In 171V), and Canada fell Into tln valuable service," ald Mayor Coles. disturbed the American colonies nnd .ocr of the English. Spain Joined "He will chase automobile speeders. called upon the colonists to shed their France In 17(11 and a Ilritlsh fleet and Investigate reports of smuggling. In- blood In harking up some Europenn pnny, to which New York and New spect the bay In search of violators of quarrel In which they had no Inter England contributed, raptured Havana n In flu Amer fishing regulations and help rescue I. if tills ivnp ehe next year. The commerce of drowning persons." wns almost swept from the ican wilds over Amerlrnn questions, and Its main theater of action was miis by Ilrltlsii cruisers nnd Spnln was not able to carry on her comPOOR SERBS WEAR PAJAMAS American soil. It Is known In Amermerce with her Amerlcnn colonies. ica as the French nnd Indian war. French and English Quarrel. British Proposed Peace. Bathrobes Form Outer Garment of Scarcely wns the Ink dried on the a peace. The Ilritlsh proposed Many Destitute Women In when the Their terms wen1 hard but Cholsuel, Treaty of the Balkans. French and English began to qiinrrel the French minister, snld: "What can Belgrade. Serbia. American paja- fver the boundaries of that Indefinite we do? The English lire drunk with mas are now being worn us outer gar region of "Arcadia." which had been success nnd we nre not In a condition mcnts by tens of thousands of desti- ceded to Ertglnnd by the Treaty of to nbnsc their pride." preliminaries were signed at Paris tute men and boys In the Balkans. The Utrecht. On the Ohio n hind company .1 nnd n definite American Ited Cross has sent over claimed under n charter from George on November II vat stretches of land which the traty on February 10 the next year. 1,000.000 suits to Serbia. Montenegro and Greece. The shortage of clothing French claimed Iny In French terri- To England wns ceded, besides Islands throughout this region Is so great that tory. The governor of Canada sent In the West Indies, Canada, Loulslann to the poor are glad to get any form of ti military force from Montreal es- as far west as the Mississippi, but ex- y cluding New Orleans nnd the terrl-toicovering. Ilnthrobes are being worn drive out the English settlers and tablish posts. The governor of Immediately around It. New by the women, who find It Impossidecided to send n "person of disnml west of the Misble to get cloaks. Women's coats are being worn by men and boys, for whom tinction" to Inquire Into thN, and se- sissippi France gave to Spain for her twenty-a'd. Of nil her North American It Is Impossible to get masculine at- lected George Wnshlnpton, then one years of age. The French comFrance retained only the littire. mandant declared he would hold his tle Islands of Mlquelon and St. Pierre ground. mil a right In the fisheries. Hnvann Rat's Joke on Barber. The next spring Washington went wns given up to Spain hy England In Junction City, Kan. A rat with an out with nn expedition to hulld a fort lelurn for Florida. appetite for olive oil has been causing nt the Junction of the Allegheny and Qulrot says: 'The humiliation was some Inconvenience at the John Fox Monongnhela rivers where now Is deep, the loss Irreparable. Hut th barber shop In this city. Three nights Pittsburgh. Itcudilng the Great hour was coming for that supreme In succession the rodent has tipped Meudows he learned of the approach struggle which should give to the over the bottle and removed the tightof a French force and attacked It, world the United States of America." ly Inserted glass stopper. There was not fcutiiclent olive oil In the bottle to cnuse It to run out. however, and the rut was unuhle to get to It. In reveuge he ate the soapy center bristles iron soverul shaving brushes. On February 10, 170.1. there was signed one of the most momentous treaties ever concluded In the history of the world ; for It not only decided n nvl-nto- r, u-lu.f-uVlr-ginl- n Or-hn- ns n TOOK ;J ; methods." Brooklyn Eagle. . 'f Sergt. John B. Brewer, Bowen, Powell County, Ky. Near Soissons, France, July 18, 1918, Sergeant Brewer encountered heavy machine-gu- n and shell fire, but ho continued to press on, despite a severo wound which he received eary in tho fight. While his line, was being held up by machinc-gu- n fire ho encouraged his men.Me-spil- e a second wound which shortly after compelled his removal from tho field. Homo address, Mrs. Caroline, Brewer, mother, Bowen, Ky. Air Affect Speed of Trains. Tho effects of air resistance ore well Slinplon tunnel, shown In the where an, exceptionally high amount of energy le required for running the electric trains. The tunnel, which Is 13 feet wide and 18 feet high, with a sectional ami of 250 square feet, has a ventilating current of 3,530 square feet of air a second, maintained by two large blast fnns at the Hrlque end and two exhaust fans at Iselle. Trains going with this current encounter less resistance than In open air up to ISVi miles an hour, hut In higher speeds or In the oppoFlte direction the resist-anc- e Is much greater than outside. Coasting by gravity down the 7 to 1,000 gradient, a train, even maximum though going with the current, cannot exceed 83 miles an hour on uccount of the braking by the air. Shooting Camera. One of tho most remarkable Inventions of the war Is the Hythe Its object Is to or camera-gun- . show pilots the results of their machine-gun fire when mnneuvrlng In J ! .J 'f 'f ;! training. By means of this contrivance a cn det, after firing a volley of Imaginary shots at another airplane maneuvering close to his own. Is ablo to tell, on descending, exactly where his shots would have hit had his bullets and the enemy been real. The handle he presses releases negatives only, but by means of a procesH which allows for wind currents as well as the respective speeds of the opponents, t)e result of the shots Is registered with the most minute accuracy. !j J J 'f j! ) 'i J '? Newport News. Va. Wounded at St. Mlhlel after seeing lils brother killed by his side. Sergt. John Early of Chicago was nursed by his two sisters. Early formerly was a member of the Chlcnpo pollco force, and the fact that he still draws his pay from the city of Chicago Is a source of envy and comfort to some of his "buddies," for no man ever Is In need but what Early stands ready to help him. Sergeant Early and his broth- er Michael went through the first day's fighting at St. Sllhlel without a scratch. On tho sec-ond day Michael was shot. He left a widow and two children, who live In Chicago. Sergeant Early was allowed to go back a day or so later and see that his brother was given a fitting $ JJ HIS WORK SERIOUSLY X X "J J Harvard Professor of Greek Insisted That His Students Should Glvs Best Effo't to Studies. A Science Only Lisped Annihilation's Alphabet During the Great War By HHKBEKT ASQUITH, British 8l.tf.msn scholar of unusual appearance and wns Professor Sophocles of Harvard, whose genuine love of Greek left him no patience with Indifferent students and sometimes led to the J charge that he dealt unjustly with the X young men In his classes. This anecC" him nppcurs In Mr. John SpenX dote of cer Clark's life of John Flske. $ One day a backward student called to explain his remissness and to assure X the professor that ho did love his X jJ X X mnnner X JJ J If those who opjiosc the league of iintioiis idea hnvo any gift or faculty of imagination let them try to present to tlii'iiiH'lves the alternative. Let ua suppose thuM n league of nations is, if not a baseless fabric, nt any rate nn impractical policy. What is to take it plate? Let tig suppose that the nations go on in nn unregulated competition gamble would be a better word of ambitions and resentments, with their jiccessnry instruments ou sea, on laud and in the air. What will be the outcome nfter the lifetime of another generation has been spent and squandered in the race for international ascendency? The cxperienco of this war has made actual what was imuginablo before. Hut there are or would be, if the old system were to continue, two new factors at work. The firrt and mwt obvious is tho unexplored and still incalculable effect of the harnessing of science to the thuriot of destruction. We hnve seen in these four years only the rudimentary application of methods nnd agncies unknown and undreamed of in tho cuinpaigns of the past. Science has in thcte matters not ouly not said tho last wordj elm is still lisping the alphabet of annihilation. If she is to be diverted from her humanizing mission of recreating our shattered resourcea and reviving our waste places and endowing and enriching our common life; if she is to bo diverted for another twenty years into tho further elaboration of the mechanics and chemistry of destruction, wo may ns. well pray for the speediest jKissible return to tho glacial epoch. Iietter a plupet on which human life has become physically impos bible than one on which it has degenerated into a form of organized suicide. J ' X Bngllsh exchange. The government auditor declined to sign the audit, and nearly three months were spent by the office staff going through the whole of the rate accounts, hut the overpaid threepence was not traced. Eventually an appeal bad to be made to the auditor, as the work of the department was being seriously held up, and the accounts were passed subject to the consent of the overseers, which has been given. It Is estimated that It cost several hundred pounds endeavoring to trace this overpaid threepence. Threepence. Six cents overpaid Into the bank of the Dover rate collection department has proved a costly mistake, says an An Overpaid German sniper's bullet hit !j Sergeunt Early a day or so later, the bullet missing his He- J heart by less than an Inch. ; fore he went under he says he killed the sniper that "got" him. ! "When I awakened I was be- ' Ing kissed by Helen, one of my ' sisters," he said. A funeral. J $ X X X X X V J AIR 'COP' TO CHASE SPEEDERS Venice, Csl., Boasts of First Atrial Policeman In the UnlUa Greek study. "Then name two of your favorite passages," said the professor. The student named one In the Iliad and one In the Oedipus. Professor Sophocles handed him the books, saying "Find those passages and reud them to me." The student. In his rending, made several serious mistakes. "Young man," said the professor, brusquely, "you do not understand You huye no love for thut Grek You murder It I noble language I Enough I I want no more to do with you." There was much complaint In the cnus of '03 that the professor's marks were Incorrect, and particularly In the cases of three students entitled to When they widely different marks. complained. Professor Sophocles re- plied: States. Venice, Cal. icially, made claim This beach resort offtpha.jj.nx tbe first "I can't distinguish between yon. You must take your gentlemen. chances as to what you get." r Juno 10, 1019 THE CITIZEN Associate Director of Music at Methodist Centenary Celebration Pago Threa. ANCIENT SUGAR MILL LIKE HIM CONCERNING CHILD LABOR Read It Next Week ft Most Interesting Industrial Rcllo on American Continent. Spanish Conqueror of Mexico Not Only Set It Up, hut Op- The Christ of glory walked earth's shaded path, And stayed a little while to leach men how to nrny. Self was forgotlon in that boundless love, That stooped Sweet to touch tho hapless erated It sons of clay. i Opening Chapters of our New Serial Story "Green Fancy" You will enjoy every Hor.ico Vnlteiiouse, head TO department of music ot or trio Ohio W'osloyan University, at Dolnwaro, and associato director ot music ot the Cuntcnary Celobratlon Method! which will he held In Columbus, 0-- . June 20 to July 13, Is duo the credit for the remarkable, success ot the Children's Crusado chorus ot GOO young voices. Professor Whltehouse has been training this chorus for several weeks. They will appear as an effective feature of tho Centenary celebration program. SALVATION ARMY SUNDAY installment of it A Stirring Adventurous Romance Sunday, June 15, will bo Salvation Army Sunday in Hie churches of the Blue Grass section and every pastor in every church of tho county is being supplied with interests Ing material concerning tho war work of tho Salvation Army lasses in Franco. No collections wilt bo made in the cjiurches but every pastor who has had brought homo to him realization of just what the oherry faces of the girls in the Blue Bonnets who carried steaming pitchers of coffee and other comforts to thousands of soldiers standing knee deep in the mud of tho ti'nnittiiij n f ITmnpn will MnilK- - lipinir . W t II. 1" I lltlivv, 0...J Itthe matter of tho Salvation Army's Home Service work beforo his pc I pie V .T childhood shared his smile Monterey, Mex. Whnt 'Is snld to Ills fond caress, be the oldest nnd most Interesting And hungry multitudes, all satisrelic on the American continent bin fied with bread. come nnscnthed tjirotigji the long revolutionary period In Mexico, ncconllng Arose to bless tho giver of all good to Mnrtlti Sergin, who has nrrlved Tho Ono whoso life sticli benedichero from the southern part of the tion shed. country. He snys he recently visited Ctiernnvncn nnd went out to nn The lilies blossomed, and Ho gave sugar mill constructed In 1KW them speech, by Hernando Cortes, the Spanish conTho twittering sparrows shared queror of Mexico, who personally suHis mind. His thoimhtfnl en re! perintended the mill nnd the ndjncent sugar plantation. This was the be- He loaned a voice to sun and stars and stream, ginning of the sugar Industry on this For with Him nature's every form continent. was fair. "Hint this sugar mill wns built nnd nin by Corter. there is not the slightThe leper passed, with covered lip, est doubt." Mr. Sergin snld. "Its history Is set forth In the early records trio cry of Spanish occupation of Mexico, and That reached the heart divine, by the traditions of the nntlves confirm man unheard, unseen. It. The mill Is In good condition, nnd And from tho storchotio of love un hnd recently finished n 'run' of sevtold, eral weeks on last senson's trop of There camo the living mandate, sugar cane. "Ho thou clean I" days "In the many tourists visited tho little pu- Death, shrouded in its clay and eblo of Atlncomulco, where the mill Is chilled to slope, located. The village Is primitive Thrice hoard the voice whose and full of Interest. The mill buildwhisper hushed the angry ing Is of stone nnd bricks. storm; When one thinks thnt It was built nearly a century before the Pilgrim And bending Mckncss touched His garment hem, Fathers landed at Plymouth Hock Then stood among the fair, a godthe antiquity of the structure mny be comprehended. like form. "At one end of the low building Is an altar where Cortex, on occasions, O wondrous life, so calm, so sweel, Is said to have paid his religious deso true. votions. It Is still a sacred spot In Help me to follow and in kindness the minds of the natives, who live In ever plan huts around the mill. To fill (he cup with "It was at Cuernavncn thnt the joy, Kuiperor Maximilian made his That life would ofTcr to its fellow Upon his table, acsummer home. cording to tradition, was served man. sugar from the old Cortex mill." P.. Hare. an-cle- nt sun-drie- d self-forgot- Employer nf children aro warned that it violation of Hie recently enacted Federal Revenue Acl (section 1203-entails a 11 no of ten per cent of the yenr's profits of firm or corporation found Riiilly. Tho act forbids I he employing of nny child under li years of ago In any mill, cannery, workshop, factory or manufacturing establishment or Ihe employing of any ohllij under 10 years of age in a mine or a) PUTS HIS HOUSE ON WAGON Moving and High Rental for Hornet Had No Terrors for James Llller and Family. UNITED STATES NEWS (Continued from Pja One) rent-findin- affects light wipes and beer. Joining Vr. Igoe in supporting tho motion wero Representatives Card, North nenvlck, Maine Moving, Democrat, Ohio, and Classon, Reand the high cost of rent-nl- s have no terrors for James Llller, publican, Wisconsin. 35 if- - it 31 W - II his wife nnd son, Edward, who Inst Tho giant British dirigible spring set their house on a wagon and hauled It to Hath and this spring will start from England some, time repeated the Journey of 78 miles, the next Friday and reach Hazelnurst, while the family hnve enjoyed unin- Long Island, the following Sunday, terrupted housekeeping. according to present plans as known Residents along the Maine highways to British officials in this country hnve noted the curious spectacle of Brig.-Gen. L. A, O. Charlton, of the this moving domicile, the man seated comfortably on the front piazza driv- British air service, slationed in Washington, lias notified tho auing the horses, the boy nnd n shepherd dog running nlongslde the wheels, the thorities in London that the field smoke curling from the kitchen stove will be ready to receive the trans-Allanand Sirs. LIHer's face occasionally at flier on that date the window to watch the scenery anil other points of Interest. President Wilson hopes to leave Mr. Llller, who belongs to this town, hns been cutting wood nt IJoth tho Paris for Washington June 2S or Inst winter, nnd In view of the scnrclty 25, if the Germans sign the Peace of dwellings and rents with the ship- Treaty. Immediately after bis arbuilding program on for Uncle Sam rival be will address Congress. ho was glad thnt e had taken his After clearing up official business, lares nnd penates with him. The bo will start on a "swing around Journey In each trip was made In three tho circle" early in July. It was dnys. said at the White House Tuesday tic It also forbids the employing of children between 11 and Id years of age for maro than 8 hours In any one day or more than 0 days in any , ono week. Tho Kentucky Child Labor Law (section 331-- a Kentucky Statutes) forbids the employing, at any time of the year, of children under H years of ago in any factory, mill, workshop, establish mercantile ment, store, office, printing establishment, bakery, laundry, restaurant, hotel, apartment house, theatre, motion picture establishment, or in the distribution or transmission of merchandise or messages. It forbids the employing, at any lime of the year, of any child between 11 and 10 years of age in any factory, mill, workshop, mercanstore, office, tile establishment, bakery, printing establishment, laundry, restaurant, lintel, apartment house, theatre, motion picture establishment, or in the distribution or transmission of merchandise or messages, unless said child secures a working permit. It forbids tho employing, at any time of the year, in any of the above occupations of any child for more than 8 hours in any one day, beforo 7:00 a. m. or after 0:00 p. m. in any ono day; more than 48 bour3 in any ono week or more than six days in any one week. of any Unguarded machinery dangerous description is a violation of tho Law and voids insurance on any employee who is under twenty-on- e years of age. (See 10, Kentucky Child Labor Law.) The penalty for violating any section af the Kentucky Child Labor Law entails t fine of from $15 to $."0 for the first offense. A violation of either Federal or State Child Labor Acts not only renders employers liable to fines under both Federal and State Laws hut voids the employers protectivo insurance or Workman's Compensation Act in the event of injury to any one thus illegally employed. sub-secti- on quajry. WORLD NEWS (Continued from Page One) if now Secretary of Education for tho kingdom. Mr. Herbert A. L. Fisher is not only a leader in political circles but ho is a man of education and broad culture. He has been in tho United States before' and made a favorablo impression. Ho knows our traditions and is in Ho is a sympathy with them. friend and associate of Mr. Bryce who served so satisfactorily previous to tho war. REFUGE FOR G LUDWIQ n OAVID LLOYO GEORQE British Delegation? Paris. I have very great pleasure in sending you this say how highly I think of the great work which has by the Salvation Army amongst the Allied Armies been in France, and the other theatres of war. From all sides I hoar the most glowing accounts of the way your .people have added to the comfort and welfare of our oldiera. To me it has always been a great Joy to think how much the sufferings and hardships endured by our troops in all parts of the world have been lessened by the and devotion shown to boy: pects to isit tho principal cities of Pahst so and Papst not." report received here from the country. Ltrhtensteln, Snxony, snys the nged former King Ludwlg of Bavaria has found nsylum under the fictitious name of "Prince Lowensteln" In the picturesque castle of Vaduz, belonging to Prince Llchtenstcln. "Green-SeaCyo- ur The government of the Tyroleso republic. It Is said, refused to shelter Ludwlg on the ground that the population strongly objected to having to feed members of royal families when they themselves were on tho vergo of starvation. Ludwlg, snys the report, was accompanied to Llchtensteln by several Berne. A Former Monarch of Bavaria Occupies Cattle of Vaduz Under , Assumed Name. that the President expected to spend Willie fell into an Anheuser-three weeks on a speaking tour, "Little explaining the Peaco Treaty anil And tore Schlitz in his pants. Busch the League of Nations. ary was not announced but His itinerho ex- He came out a sadder, Budweiser repair bills house and save Dear Madam: 8th April, 1919. letter to done members of his family, whose lives were considered to be In danger In Munich. A dispatch from Geneva says that thousands of Germans' with their families aro on the Swiss frontier anxious to enter Switzerland, but that the Swiss authorities have refused them permission to do so. :i S V Will Buy Saloons for "Coffee Bars" j.; $, jt. J.J V J.J self-sacrifi- ce them by that excellent organization, the Salvation Yours Army. faithfully, DAVID Commander New York Oity Evangeline Booth LLOYD GEORGE. J J.J $ tjj J J J.J J.J Salvation Army Home Service Fund $13,000,000 Ji X 5 j! J.J FOR HUMANITY JJ C Boston, Temperance Mass. barrooms furnishing all the good elements of the saloon ml- Intoxicating nus liquor are planned for this city by the Methodist centenary, according to the ltev. Dr. J. I. Bartholo- mew, executive secretary for the In some cases Dotton area. liquor saloons would be pur- He believed chased, he said. that tho original bars might even bit retained, but only soft drinks and coffee would bo Community houses nandltd. and "poor men's clubs" also are to b established In connection with Methodist churchea la the J $ $ $ ! House-owner- s know the annoyance and expense of continually paying out money for repair bills, but by using Hanna's Green Seal Paint on their property occasionally, these bills can be done away with to a large extent. Any surface, if left to itself and not properly painted, is bound to decay sooner or later, whereas a coat or two of paint at reasonable intervals will prepare it to withstand all the ravages of time and wet weather. jjj A JJ $ JJ ! Formula on Every Package jjj , J.J A J ISOLD BTI KciVtvwtv:o:oxo3i C. B. ARNETT & SON Bera, Kentucky Every Mountain Family Must Have A Mountain Newspaper Paeo Foil" THE CITIZEN Juno 19, 1010 . Berea College Hospital Private Kom, iianu, r.irinn oci..v. Surgery, Cnro in Child birth, Eye, Nose and Ear Stin-rnrlo- IlcM Equipment and Service nt Lowest Cot. Wards for Men it ml for Women Mrs. Eva Walden GENERAL Come in nml PRACTICE . which Is n vlit nn eUnbllOiment, the people. friend In need, and In reach of nil Fine Millinery" Ready-to-Wear Rohert Cowtrv, M.I)., Physician Harlan Dudley, M.D., Physician R.N., Superintendent; Mrs. Anna Powkll Mackrtt, Mm. Hclkx Stkarn SitARre, R.N., AlMnnt H. CHANGE IN RATES . Ilepinnlnc March I, the'rates for hoard and room of private patlento will he $15 to $tS per week. The rates for patients cared for In the wards will remain the same $1 per day. Ht Order of Prudential Committee, Ilerea College Ladies' Dresses, Corsets, Hosiery, Fine Underwear, Waists in all the Midsummer Materials See our pretty Midsummer Dresses in Voile and Georgette I lii VSm ' Pr5nclP,e nppH" quUegS HP 112muc io bflnktnR "s to J- ns soldiers or states or governments. - - " " " LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A S iVll III 3V I'jlll u flfilCDf 2 ' Efly I Iffl crnl Reserve Banking System has war. been in operation during-the ItismostfortunntcthntthcFcd- - J- - I 1 1 it I iY J 11 A The nd vantages of this orgnntza- tion nccrue to the customers of the member banks who nt the same time co"1"131116 to t,,e strength of thc nntion,s banking system AW-;- Best Quality for Least Money" flm line snrvoil " liu aiu " f -; JEz ' :1 " Best Blacksmithing Scientific horso shoeing, fine iron work and repairs of all descriptions at the College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The CitUcn Office. ad, I W. B. Walden Attorney-at-La- PRACTICES IN ALL COURTS Office in Berea National Bank Building Phone Berea 49 Kentucky L. & N. TIME TABLE Northbound Train Train Train Train Train Train No. 31 No. '38. No. 32 No. 31 No. 33 No. 37 3:38 a. ni. 12:50 0. m. 5:3i p. m. 12:SG -- 12:25 1 Southbuond a. m. p. m. :10 p.jn. IV.in and 'Mr. Edwards are in Columbus 0., this week to see thoir from the son, Donald, graduated Ohio state University Medical Department. Dr. Edwards is elected as homo physician for the General Hospital at Troy, N. Y, and will go to his new work immediately after and Mrs. l.is ccmimenrciiii'nl. Edwards will attend the Methodist iVnfi-narwhile in Columbus. Stanley Powell arrived in" Berea Thiir-i.lanight, having just returned from almost a year in France. He anil itis siler, Anna, went immediately to their home at Clover Bottom. Mins Myrtle. Starns .returned to her work in Washington, D. C last Fndav. after a week's visit among fiu-nin Here. Miss Starns 1ms a lucrative position in a government ' ofllco and enjoys her work very much. Mrs. Earl 0. Walker left last Friday for Cincinnati where she was joined hy her husband, Lieutenant Walkor. From there they went to Columbus, 0., for a family reunion wtlh the Walker brothers who have reeontly returned from overseas, and with other membors of s After a short visit there they will spend some time in Chicago and later go to Michigan where Lieutenant Walker is employed as a. traveling representative of a commercial firm in that State. Mr.' and Mrs. Estill Jones aro rejoicing over the arrival of a young son, Estill, Jr, who arrived at their home on West Chestnut street last week. Brother Hudspeth preached lo a splendid audience in .the Christian church last Sunday morning on tho Ian I.Mtfn llll. efficiently as Postal Clerk in the Berea' Post Olllce for several years, has resigned, and will accept the position of Assistant Cashier of the Berea National Bank, beginning July t. Mis Virginia Englo stopped off in Berea last week for a short while on her way Ikihc to McKee from a visit with friends in Frenchburg. Miss Lou Phillips of Wildie was a Hurca visitor Thursday of thN week. Miss Carol Early, who ha3 been with her sister in Gadsden, Ala., for almost a year, came homo at the first of the week. Mrs. J. W. Herndon and daughter, Miss Betlie, were shopping in Cincinnati one day of last week. Donald Porter, who has relumed from overseas duty, was in town recently for a short time. Pvt. I,eo Golden has arrived safely it New York from overseas and will be in Berea shortly. D. G. Bales and children motored to Huntington, W. Vn, last week, They ore acto visit relatives. companied by Miss Mary Robe. The Ilev. and '.Mrs. John Cunningham arrived in Berea this week. The ,Hev. .Mr. Cunningham has accepted the pastorate qf tho Berea Baptist church, and will begin his 1 work hero at once. Mr! and Mrs. John Dean ami children are visiting at Covington and other places this week. In the absence of the newly electV. E. ftix ed pastor, the Ilev. preached in the Baptist church lat Sunday morning. ee Oreh Metger, of The Citizen staff, left last Tuesday for the Blue Itidge Conference, in company with Dean Clerk and' other Berea Workers. After the Conferonce Mr. Metzger expects to go to southern Kansas to work in tho Jmrvest fields for the summer. He will visit at his home in Spring Valley, Tenn, enroute to Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Mnrtindale. Secretary occupied havo who Vauchn's house sinco January, ro- lur'ned last week to thoir homo in Oborlin. 0. Miss Jane Mnrtindale left j,ho first ork city, of the week for New where sho will accept n secretarial position for tho summer. CnHtnrwTlll t p 11 of-ll- STENOGRAPHER-TYPEWRITER- S WITH THE CHURCHE3 NEEDED .The need of stenographers and Union Church typewriters in tho Departmental Service, Washington, The ford Raymond preached at the Union onio lime past been urgent. Civil Service Commission lias just church for the lat twq Sundays. called attention to the fact that the Tho Sunday-schowith classes need has by no means been mot.J for all at 9:45. Preaching service Stenographer-Typo- special A at it a.m. writer e.vr.minrtion will be held at ' any city where as inony as live com-- 1 Christian Church can he assured. Tho Com- petllors Bible school work is increasing missionhn3 now advised that in jn interest under tho leadership of view of Mho urgent need for eligi- - pnul Det thick. sunorintendunt. hie- that arrangements will he ap- Attendance, 83: offering. S3.30; plied also in case of bookkeeper ox- - Bibles. 38; chapters read. 18(5. aininntions for the Departmental Three perons look membership Service. . . with the coneremitioii. Plans are The usual entrance salaries for heine'perfected for an outing of the tho positions in question are as fol- - whole congregation soon. Services lows: :ne.xt Lord's dov: Bible hooI. 0:15: Stenographer", $1,200 per annum, communion and preaching. 11:06. TypisK SI.100 per annum. Subject of sermon: "Who Then Can Bookkeepers. SI. 100 and $1,200 per u Saved?" annum in addition to any bonues that may be authorized. Baptist Churoh Applications for these e.xamina- If is- - expected that the Rev. John tions ran bo hrd at the Berea post office, from 7:00 a. in. to R:J5 p. in. Cunmnfhain will preach his Intro- ductory seruon as pastor of the KD..FOTHERGILL Swretary, Local Board of Kxnmiu- - Berea Baptist church next Sunday All are cqrdinlly invited mortnntc. ers, Berea, Ky. attend. The U, Y. P. U. service at 6;1S. COME TO WHAT1 , We extend a hearty welcome, to Come to the 'Big Dixie Highway; meeting in Berea College Chapel. all lo unite with us in Uioeo sorv- Mnnday evening. Jnne 23, at 8:00 iV3. r'elock. The purpose is not to raise money, but to meet the officers. Methodist EpiscopalChuroh of Ihe Dixie Hishway Association.1 and hear them tell about the road.' wmrcn services Come aud enjoy the occasion and ' :30 p. m. ret the cood news from first hand. Sunday seneol 0:Ji a. m. Epworth League Meeting 0.15 p. m. BEREA GOOD ROAT)3 CLUB Prayer meeting 7:30 p. in., I ol t' In the absence of the pastor, Dr. D. C, has for Benson H. Roberts, the Rev. C. Re.x- - At Belue Richmond, Ky. See Our Smart Virginia Dare Dresses Bischos and Princess Suits and Coats Our Millinery will Close Out at Cost Come in and see our wearing npiKirel. We are sure the price, as well as the style, will be correct. mid-summ- nw B. E. BELUE Richmond Dtzney was thrown out on the and scratch-- 1 rocks, and was bruii-cconsiderably. The biificy and harness were broken in several places, but Mr. Dizney was able to make the repairs, and continued his trip to Kirbyknob and returned the same evening. We hae heard that a maiMnay be down but he is never out; but farU 111 this ease prove that a good mnu may go out and down, too. but fortunately he wad able lo arise and go oil his way maybe ask him. rejoicing d ORDINANCE .. Be it ordained by the City Coun ..... U CO. Kentucky cil of the City of Berea, Kentucky, THRirT SUNDAY Hint the owners of property abuttThrift Sunday is to be observed ing on Jaekon street up lo its in throughout Ihe country on June 22. tersection with Rawliiurs Place shall On this date every minister in have atandtfrd curbing and gutters L.nl..nlr.. ...til nalrAjl t , itAlivAf built along their property accord- jft aM the street enmmitloe after authority from the City Council. pie on war savings nuu iiiruu J. L. Gay, Mayor, The project has been launched by K. Pbthergill. Clork. the Snvings Division. War Ixmn Ortanization of the Treasury De- NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP nuplmniil vlii)i liiw larlml n tin- Work was begun this week on a tion wide uHivement lo conserve new College blacksmith shop which war tnupht habits of thrift i to be erected on the east side of l!fir which has met with tho honrty apthe present !hop, with a proval from ninny interests, and orfrontage on Mnin street. U is likeganizations. ly that a sec"ndrstory will he added Kvery man woman and child in to be used 'in the manufacture later the United Slates will bo asked to of brooms, and overalls. This will consider and discuss 011 Thrift Sun be an important addition to Bcrea's , U,t l,p"9nl ,,eCoiSit " f"r, Industrie,. The, blacksmith shop omy ,. ti ami its pormanont . , ...,-. ,. 1. ... . I , 17-f- imprinted, will be redeemed at full alue, provided they are preened by the luminal purcliner in one month. STATE FAIRS AND LIVE STOCK SHOWS Misouri State 'Fair, Sedalia, Aug. the-famil- A SINGING SUCCESS subject: "What Have Written." I Have Written I The Community Sing in tho Pa vilion last Tuesday evening was a great success. Thero woro two hundrod and fifty present, and all sang witli a will for over an hour An added featuro of tho occasion was an impromptu address on Good Roads by J. W. Herndon, who has taken such an active intorest in Ihe construction of tho Di.xio Highway through nerea. The '"Sings" will bo a regular attraction through tho summer, and should be a rendezvous for all who appreciate good singing, and wish to do their part in "pushing a good filing along." BEREA'S PLAY GROUND chinvry for turning out all kinds of blacksmithing work promptly. SUNDAY SCHOOL CONFERENCE A Will VII tMlllllMll'll W I III IllllliUl II III- '- t fi..nntwil ,.. "'"; prosperity. iinmnt Mill' nllil tinlinnfll - ' f CONSERVE THE WATER Tho Boron playground is 111 demand theso days, and Director Miller is as popular as over with tho youngsters. It is hoped to havo tho new equipment for tho playground in use before long, which will add much tn tho attractiveness of the place. Money spent for tho proper entertainment of our children is a good investment, and pnys well, in physical development, mental alertness and happy spirits. 8 days. Illinois State Pair, Springfield, Aug. 15 9 days. Iova Slate Pair, De Moines, Aug. 20 in days. Ohio Slate Fair, Columbus, Aug. 23 5 days. Indiana Stale Pair, Indianapolis, 0 days. much Sept. 1 WANTED Carpenters, Boat Buildors, Joiners, Cabinet Mnkers, Millwrights, Tinsmiths, Plumbers, Pipcllttors, and Painters, for work on high class yachts and phonograph cabinets. Steady work. Our shops nro sanitary, light, and steam-heated. We Like To Wait On Boys In that sentence is expressed the reason why we sell so many Boys' Shoes and Clothes. Some merchants claim the Boys' Department the most nerve racking and poorest paying part of the store. This is on account of the limited selections, and small attention given this department by such stores. BOYS' SPRING SUITS ARE READY J. M. Coyle & Co. Cheitnut Street Berea, Keatucky Tho continued dry weathor is conference in the interest of slowing up tho How of Iho springs Sunday schools and young people's and seriously threatens a water societies in Tato's Creek Associa- shortage. tion will bo held in the Berea BapIn viow of this situation water tist church next Thursday, June 20. users nrc urged, to use as little as : I. Thoro will bo morning, afternoon ! f . . It .. nn.,l and evening session1), with important against waste. addresses and discussions conductTho sprinkling of lawns and gared by leaders in Sunday school dens must bo discontinued at once work. If wo can havo the faithful coopera Tho public islnvited to all of the tion of all concerned in conserving aervlccs. tho water, wo bolievo it will not bo necessary to cut anybody off. Any porson who discovers n leak UNION SERVICE Carl Vogcl wjll preach In or notices any improper uso of Tho Rev. tho booth, back of tho College, Li- water will confer a favor by notify brary, Sunday night, Juno 22, nt ing Superintendent Dick at tho Power Plant, Phono No. 187. 7:30 o'clock. This will bo tho openTHOS. J. OSBORNK ing sorvieo of the Sunday night meetings for tho summer, and tho HAD AN UPSET Committee invites tho cooperation Principal E. P. Dizney met with of tho citizens of Berea to make theso services or. tho interesting, 'rather a nainful mishan while. ihelpful sort. Lot us bo sure nnd making n trip to Kcrbyknob up Housley Fork last week. His pony mako a good beginning. Mr. Dick will be in charge, of tho .became frightened at an overhang ing rock and turned around sud muslo and invites your hulp. dunlv. upsetting tho buggy. Mr. COMMITTEE I 1 1 , THE MATTHEWS ad.-- COMPANY Reduced Postal Rates On and after the first day of July postal cards will bo one cent and the letter postage will be two cents tho samo rates as before the war. Two cent postal cards and three cent stamped envelopes, printed or Port Clinton, Ohio. 9 F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR Jno. F. Dean J. W. HerndOD First Clatt Repairing AND DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE Berea, Kentucky Fine Line of Jewelry Commencement Is over; but in MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. unifies fortfnrms and homes in and I around Korea continue to come in. Now is tho time to list your property, If you want to sell. Wo havo mora, inquiries than wo havo places op to sell. If you havo a farm, or Bsurlran Poultry Remedy town property, to sell drop in at M',iijM CURES tho Berea Bank & Trust Co. nrd drlmlnif water can m UL'C list it with us and we will sell It if ml prevent whit illvrhova. cholnk anil other cblck you will prico it worth the money. dlteawa. Una Oe. bottle make IS Itllona of medicine. Tint bottle, At 11 1 iaV OneDrop unt iBourbon Dealers in Real Estate, Berea, Ky. Sold by Porter-Moer- DEAN & HERNDON, line fl.au, make a kallona. lUmedyOo., Ll"Cton, Ky. Brag 0 t I Julio 10. 1010 TUB CITIZEN Pago Fivt to kick for once in his life. Next time some one asks him to servo on a commit loo for n good community purpose, he may actually forgel his self consciousness and do it. "The mOit home-lik- e and attractive hotel in Kentucky." The community picnic is Hie .natural expression of democratic Bcrca College Management. First Class, Moderate Rates. feeling in an American home (own. For Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists It goes farther lo unite all elements than all the speech making you On the 'Dixie Highway could do in a year. Herea has had some good community oul lugs in past years, and the cuslorn should bo fully kept up. Ilveryone should feel that it js not TOWN PICNICS .merely a duly, but a privilege lo One of the mosl eliaraclerlsllc he present. A family Newpper for all that U right American customs Is f Hint of tho true, and Interesting (own or community picnic, called SALVATION ARMY DRIVE 1'ul.lUhf.l vf ry ThurnUr at itrrrn, Ky. by various names in dlllereni localiSunday, Juno 22, will be Salvaties. There the natural friendliness tion Army' Sunday in all tho BEREA PUBLISHING CO. of our life appears. If well carried churches of Kentucky, the minis(Incorporated) oul, tho occasion gathers pretty ters having been asked to preach WM, C. FROST. nearly Hie whole town, or at least at that time on the work of the Subscription Rates representation of about all families. Army nl home and what it did for I'AYAIILK IN ADVANCE On Year The "eals" are a pretlominanl tho soldiers abroad. The next day, $1.(0 HI Month ,M 'of course. Tremendous June 2.1, the drive for tho Homo Thrr Months 60 feature gastronomic feals are performed,' Service Fund nclually starts anil it Semi money lr or Eiprrts Monrr Order. Draft. lleiiUterrd Letter, or on and two whether with meat from a barbe.will bo completed Monday, June 30. rent stamps. The date after your name on latxl shows to cue, or olams or llsh from bakes and , With the problem of establishing what dale your subscription Is paid. If It Is not changed within three weeks after renewal notify fries, or Hie simple domestic lunch boozeless saloons where I hero is us. basket. Hut the eating pari of II is nny demand for them, finding work Misting numU-rwill tw fla.Hr supplied If we are notified. nol trio real purpose of the affair.' for unemployed soldiers and others Liberal terms glren to any who oLtaln new subThe politicians long ago saw tho" who may want work afler the scriptions for us. Any one tending us four yearly subscriptions can receive The Citlien free for value of such occasions in their saloi'ii has passed out, there will be year. one Ad rrtislns rales on application. business. They discovered that plenty of use for the fund to be they cpu win far more support raised in this drive, and Command, Two Spots from n well fbd crowd than from a er Kvangeline llooth and her coAlthough tho city folks succeed hungry biineh that would attend a workers at tho head of tho ArmS' in olivine an hour by .telling the rally. Also of late years boards of are sufllcienl assurance that it will clock ahead, they can't reduce the trade ami other community workers, In properly expended. distance by changing (he mile posts. have earned that such an occasion' ! . i .. an invuluoble of promoting, Final figures of the recent Vic-lo'The ronntry "chmil hoy may nol .town spirit. Loan in the I'rtiled States give lie ithle to talk as fast ns 111? city II is astonishing how old rivalries a total subscription of $5,2U,P08,000, eoiHin. but anyway lie can usually and jealousies are broken down,' or a quarter of a billion above the loll about things he 1ms done rather when men get together in (ho open amount asked for. The New York tlmii what he is just going lo da. of tho air for good feed, sporting events, district absorbed one-thiand other psliines. When the loan, as is natural in view of its When merchant can't afford lo business men. Illled tip with ront great wealth, nod next in point of therfUe in otinuner, it is freiient-l- y nvii "n or 'Mi'T edible, cho"r up amount came Chirago, with Hoston because it takes all their money for the annual hall game, the last Hurl. The number of subscribers to pay inl-r'- l eparali"ni w.is k hoodoo, or about one in every mi the stock that vestige of nnlry or stays on their "helve. icni dead. The knoeker 'nrrv' time nf jiiipulation. BOONE TAVERN THE TAX LAWS An Explanation ilelay in going to press, whloh wo Duo to lite fact that our weekly news pinto tlitl nol reach us this Chief Justice Carroll's Proposed week we are ohligetl to siibslilulc los Important mailer at tho lnt Amendmont An Increase In minute. It lias necessitated severnl hours Revenuo and No Increaso In regret very much, hut under tho circumstances wo arc suro the kind forbearance of our rcatlors will forgive our tardiness this time. menu inefficiency of tho wholo ing. lin- Taxes Chief Justice John I). Carroll's plan of luxation In to exempt lands mid town lutg from nit state taxes. Counties will net be required to nuumo nny obligation now tnken earn of by the stale. The state will have ns much (ir more money nit It now hits nml will use It for the same purpose Hint It Is now used, $.V.00,00 will he tnken oft of real cstnte nml $l,R00,000 will lie collected mmunlly by the stnte In the place of It from other sources, ns follows: 1. corporaKrnnchlse tions, bunks nml trust eoiiipunles, will pay nil tuxes except for graded school nnd municipalities to the state, hut the totnl tnxes paid on this property hull be not more thon Is now paid. The nddltlonnl revenue from this source will be not less thnn $2,000,000. U. All IntnnRlble personal property will be assessed. Not less than $1,000,-tadditional will be collected fiom this source? 3, The state will snvo moro than 1(100,000 which Is now paid for assessing and collecting taxes on real estnte. 4. An adequate system for collecting Inheritance taxes will ennble tho Mate to collect not less than $100,000 additional. '. ily"a revjslon of the license tnr laws, more than $.100,000 additional can be collected. 0. Elimination nf useless expensos for salaries and other purposes wilt uv the stnfo not less than $500,000. X ABOUT PHYSICAL EDUCATION The greatest thing in Physical Tho muscular lw-iirtlis The Citizen strong muscles with which one can perforin great feats of strength. Its most important effect is Hint upon the vital organs. Vigorous vilnl organs mean henlth; weak ones Cu'ture is tho fact that strength nhout of the hotly. ran he built. Nearly all of the heat of tho body Physical culture may not make is produced hy (hem. To ho dellclcnt, therefore, in muscular strength means lo loso Iho equlibrium of tho wholo system for one part is tlcpcndcnt upon tho other. system makes up Editor-Jn-Ch- SIXTY THOUSAND MINUTE MEN TELL THE CENTENARY e STORY - s tJ" s ry CHARGE THAT WON FLOTILLA rd Rcmarkaue Exploit of South Amsricar. Llaneros When Opera'.. ns With General Simon Bolivar. on .. The I.lnnero of Smith AtllP&ca live hnrphnek. He trades. bns tr sell on Inintebiick. and during the i with Spain Hie Unneiw contributed much lowurd achieving the Imh peiid-dicof Venezuela' nd New Grnnuiut There I related a story of tm when It was neeesnry for Itollrnr's nnnjr to cross the A pare to engage llorlllo. Hut Bolivar hud no Imnts and the Apnre nt this iwtnt.wns wide and deep. , The SMinlh llotllln was Ruartllng the river opposite to the patriot forces. Iiollvnr wns In iliiilr. Turning to Pne he Mid. MI would give the world to have the SpanNh notllln ; without It I etui never crons the river." "If shall be yours In an hour." replied I'nex. ,' Selecting ?oo of his IJunero lancer, all tl!tlnsiiMil for strength he said, pointing to the ii nd bravery, gunlmntx. "We mut liavo the (lrcherns or die. Let those follow who . Poster of Methodist Minute Columbus, Director Men and Centenary Symbol E. Dow Bancroft, of Minute Men For the Cincinnati Area. developed no more efllclcnt the ministry of THE war for the distribution of Us weeks following information than tho Minute Men. In brief flve mlnute speeches, prominent professional men business and brought t6 the people of every community vital messages of the critical days. A similar plan Is now by tho Methodist Centenary In tion and It has demonstrated that a religious publication can be really "full of pep." The formation of such a body of active laymen marks a new era In the history of Christianity and means the mobilizing of tremendous forces tho church for two each date of publica- Don't worry a6out Ol? house it is covered wth SWINGLES levied Cover your now house or your present home with Carey Asfaltslate Shingles and be immune to sparks, cinders and all ordinary re-ro- of fire risks. Insurance companies can pay your loss in dollars and cents, but they cannot repay you for the fear and fright of fire. Every package of Carey Asfaltslate Shingles bears the approval stamp of the Underwriters' Laboratories. The best proof that they reduce the lire risk is in the fact that they save you money on your lire insurance premiums. The surface of Carey Asfaltslate Shinglesis natural ml or green crushed slato which wears indefinitely mid never fades. These shinnies never crack, they require no jiaint, tlo not rot, dry out or curl. The unit heads being protected by the asphalt winch fornw the lower hide of the shingles, never rust. All this means long life and Consult us about your roof. low up-kec- p. construction. Sixty thousand volunteer Methodist laymen of the United States havo been organized for'thts special work. It would bo hard to find a Methodist meeting where one of theso Minute Men Is not presenting In some terse to score nwny the crocodiles, of which manner the vital message of this there were hundreds. At Inst they great movement, which has already h rrached the other side and sprang from resulted In the formation of an, their horses' I woks on hoard tlio, boats, federation with a momentous handed by their leader. To the astonprosrara for a nnlted campaign to ishment of every one they actually brlntf the world to Christ. Over 6,000 captured the entire flotilla. of those men have been enlisted In the Cincinnati area (Ohio, Kentucky, and Southern Indiana) and many enOur philosopher snys: You can't listments are coming in every day. t, ont your pio an' linvo it, is an ol'i The nrea captain is E. Dow years Railfor twenty-sovesayin'. Noither can you let crops way Y. M. C. A. Secretary in Columj cat up fertility an' havo it. bus and more recently attached to the "Y" staff 'on the western front. Mr. Bancroft has typified In his life GERMAN CABINET IS AGAINST work the energy and enthusiasm SIGNING PACT whfch a layman can devote to Chris(Continued rrom Pans One) tian service. J. A. Currier, Plain final circles here were weary tonight, sinco a large number of tho City, is the Area Minute Man Secretary. Cabinet members and other digniSpecial posters, one of which Is retaries stayed up all last night to produced above, call attention to read the allied terms without these Minute .Men. They have a speIndignation i said to bo incial organ all their own called Its pages are a secret from creasing in Weimar. Inter-churcHan-crotn do-Ih- y. "Mls-slUa," pleue." Spurring his horse he dashed Into the river and worn towanl the flotilla. The I.lnneros followed with their lances In their hands, now encouraging their hores by swimming beside them and patting their necks, now ahoutlng Its gigantic campaign for Christian, for world-wide $115.-000,0- hitherto dormant. re- METHODIST CENTENARY EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM , FOR THE UNITED STATES campaign ever undertaken by a church Is that now ,belng launched by the Centenary Movement of tho Methodist Episcopal Church and the Methodist Episcopal Church South, which together plan to raise $150,000,000 for missionary work, at homo and abroad. More than JH.000.060 will be spent on schools and teachers for tho untaught children of tha world, and instruction for grown people who had little or no schooling In their youth. Of this sum a considerable amount will to spent on educational work in our own United States, Of the foreign-borwhite people in this country more than 12 per cent are illiterate; of the Negroes, over 30 per cent; of the Japanese, over 9 per cent, and of the North American Indians over t5 per cent. In many cases, especially that of the e'der foreign-borthe Church can teach those people to, speak En?Hsh, to read and write, and to understand American customs and laws, when the public school does not reach them. n Probably the greatest educational RETURNING THE "EYES" BORROWED FOR THE NAVY Ruilt-U- p Roofs Fiberock Asbestos Felts Asphalt Fitch Asfaltslate Shingles Insulating" Papers Rubber Roofings ElastiteExpansion Joint Wallboard Roofing Paints Carey Flexible Cement Roofing Asbestos Materials 85 Magnesia Pipe and Boiler Coverings Roofs Asbestos Ruilt-U- p Feltex Asphalt Felts g Comp'ds Fibre Coating for Roofs Damp-Proofin- careV building materials Asphalt J1P V S I If L STEPHENS & MUNCY Mill Yards near L. & N. Depot ' , BEREA, KENTUCKY M 1M MIL IN ' mxraMr mMM When the nuvy department culled for more "eyes" for the navy, ri'.OOO putriots rcspouded by lending their fluid glusses, ai'.WX) of which were uecepted. This photogruph fchowtt wur workers packing the tleld glassos lu cartonj and returulug them to the owuers. The glusnes proved to be of great vuluo to Bubmuiiuo chasers and destroyers dux lug the wur. Page Six THE CITIZEN Juno 10, 1010 MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Kobcrt F. Spcnce, Form Demonstrator and Special Investigator rnESH FARM FACTS FOR TUCKY FARMERS KEN- SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door Training that adds general education. FOR YOUNQ MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commerce and Telegraphy. FOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, to Back to the Land ! The Nation's Duty and the Citizen's Opportunity. . Furnished by the College of Agriculture One-Third Acre Produces Ilurda, $235 of Stark Counly, Nurtli Daknln, was nwarded the In of tho Stale championship Hip boys' and girls' gardening Cabbage flub project last year. On one-thiCabbage worm of an nrro she grew 8235.01 Arsenate of Lead 8 pounds to 50 gallons of water. wortli of vcgelables. Her club is Cabbage Hot Hordeaux Mixture one of thousands organized by the 8 pounds lo 50 gallons of water. United Stales Department of Agri Spray every ten days. culture and Stale agricultural col These remedies en., be gotten at leges. "I joined the garden club again drug store. If the druggist hasnt Ibis year because I found it so in these, have him order at once. If (cresting last year," she reported to you can't get these remedies use a pan and slick for potato hugs. Us? her coilnly leader. "One of (be troubles I had with limo and turpentine for cucumber my garden was Hie heavy rains,. beetles aiid tobacco remedy for I pound of tobacco leaves Twice (he garden was flooded. The others first rain washed out some of (he to gallon of water, boil and add 3 vcgelables and drowned some. The gallons water then sprinkle plants. Yours f r a Dig Crop, damage wasn't so bad, as the veger ROUT. F. SPKNCE, tables soon picked tip. The second County Agent, heavy rain washed out over a hunHerea, Ky, dred feet of cabbage. The neighbors were supplied with cabbage It Was Convincing out of my garden, for some of it was ' Crowds of farmers attended the carried as far as two miles. "The most interesting work was annual inspection of the Experiment atf..nf.i.l ill r.mui.iii, i.iiiiiiiiii, canning what my garden grew. I T?il.K aiiuaii-i- i .1 Ttk.L..I. 1 i canned 17 quarts of vegetables by Mayflcld, Russellville and Green- (ho cold-pamethod. I alo made vine, banners in all sections of over 30 quarts of pickles. I dried the State will be interested in these 7 pounds of corn and 5 pounds ofi fields which show the effect of beans. I stored for winter bushels ground limestone and phosphate of carrots, 2 bushels of onions, one Wherever these two materials were half bushel of parsnips, 5 bushels used heavy crops of clover and flno of rutabagas, and 100 pounds of wheat grew. On the plots where no cabbage. This year I have also limestone and phosphate were used canned 2o quarts of beef. It kept littlo clover and light wheat were fine and tasted like fresh meat produced. A postal to the Experiment Station at Lexington will when used." bring the figures. Hose rd 1 ck S Beans 0 Arsenate of Lead .pounds to 50 gallons of water. llllgbt 0 Hordeaux Mixture pounds to GO gallons of water. Spray every ten days. Cucumbers, Squash and Melons One gallon of Air Slacked Mine. One ounce of terpentine. Mix thoroughly and sprinkle around on the plants. Do this in afternoons. Hugs PEOPLE Dy JOHN DICKINSON SHERMAN Berea's Vocational Schools your money-earning power, combined with Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your prcsont advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid improvement 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course For thoso who are not expecting to teach and who are not going thru Collcgo and desire more general education. It also gives the best general education for thoso who wish a good start Id study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the best training for those who expect to teach. Courses are so arranged that young pcoplo can teach through the summer and fall and attend sehool through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door . Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department Oth sJOOf A - Berea College This is the crown of the whole Institution, and nrovldes standard courses In all advanced subjects, Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. For years the board has remained the same in Berea, but the unusual situation in which the whole country finds itself now makes " impossible for us to live on the samo money as we have in the past All students do some work with then-- hands from six to slx- teen hours a week as Janitors or In tho farm, carnenter ahoD. nrlnt- twentv-flv- Temporary e IMPORTANT MEETING AH farmers, threshing machine owners and operators of southern Madison county arc lo hold a meet ing in Berea Saturday afternoon, June 21, for the purpose of discuss ing threshing and labor problems All farmers who are interested in tho threshing business are urged to be present. All owners and operators of machines aro also urged to be present DANGEROUS DISEASES ing office, laundry, boarding hall, office, etc., and receive pay which reduces their expenses. young man or young woman can get an education Any ' at Berea if there is the will to do sa able-bodied Tho counly agent is receiving let ters from headquarters which ask him lo be on the lookout for lake-a- ll and flag smut in wheat. These are June 6 to July 11, and Jalj 11 to August 15 new diseases which have lately been discovered in the United Berea College has established a Summer School to meet a States, although they havo been distinct and growing need in tho Southern Mountains. It gives damaging wlier.t abroad for several a program of courses for teachers of high sohools and graded years. The agent has never seen schools, returning soldiers and sailors, students who wish to get college entrance credits or credits toward collego degrees, either of these diseases; but be is anxious to protect the farmers in and others seeking general information. The work is adapted to thoso who can come for flvo weeks, or ten weeks. There will his district from both of them. INQUIRIES He wishes to suggest that every During the past week many in be a special week for ministers and religious leaders, and quiries have been mado at the county fanner in the county keep his eyes another week for farmers. agent's ofllco concerning the things wide open when ho is inspecting SPECIAL FEATURES mentioned under Suggestions for wheat fields or when he is Investing A number of scientific and popular lectures, musical events, tlio crop, so ho may report any Better Crops. and motion picture entertainments will bo given frco of charge. Now's tho lime to act, tomorrow thing which may arouse his sus There will also be excursions to nearby pdints of historical and picions. Arrangements have been may be loo late. scenic interest. All the resources of tho entiro institution will mado by the Extension Division of Suggestions for Better Crops bo at tho disposal of the Summer School. 1. Smash all clods so as to have the College of Agriculture cooperating with Washington for an expert more plant food available. EXPENSES i 2. Keep soil in good condition by to visit the county on short nolice. Fivo Weeks Ten Weeks The agent is giving here a short Incidental Fee (10.00 stirring it often. I 0.00 Table Board, women 10.00 20.00 3 Keep all weeds from growing in description of take-a- ll for the ben Room Rent 2.50 5.00 efit of the farmer; any crop. A. Plant beans to hull and keep for vary ino symptoms or tanc-- al Totals $18.50 135.00 in iliircrent fields. In some fields winter use. 5. Plant soybeans to bull and keep distinct patches of dwarfed, sickly, Men Pay for Board 11.25 2250 or dead plants occur. These patches for winter. No rebates are allowed to student j who withdraw before the close of the vary greatly in outline and size, from C. Plant cowpeas and save them. period for which payment has been made. 7. Spray and save what vegetables a few feet across to several ceres in extent. In other fields tho entire you have. A deposit of four dollars (51.00) is required of all students upon entrance. This is refunded when tho student leaves, proarea i3 involved, so that patches arc Potatoes not evident. Badly 'affected plants vided library books, keys, etc., are returned In good order. Potato bugs Arsenate of lead G pounds lo 50 gallons of water. aro much dwarfed and remain in Special Fees Potato might Bordeaux Mixture the rosette stage instead of shoot Ten Weeks ing up and forming heads. When 8 pounds to 50 gallons of water. Business Courses (5.00 uch plants aro puled, they often Cabinet Organ, two 20 minute lessons per week Spray every ten days. 250 Voice, Piano, or Violin, two 20 minuto lessons per break near the crown, leaving the week 7.50 roots in. the ground. An examina Use of Piano, ono hour per day 250 NOT FOUNDER OF "OLD, ELI" tion shows, that the crown and base Uso of Organ, ono hour per day .75 of tho stalk aro badly rotten. Use of Music Library 50 Clas3 Work in Harmony Ellhu Yale Merely Helped Famous Col3.00 "Tho leaves of plants affected lege to Get Started on Its with lake-a- ll are usually of a blu Glorious Way. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they art color, in marked contrast with tho normally green leaves of above IS years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi Ellhu Ynlo was not tlio founder of Tho difference in signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabli Yale college. In spite of the beliefs of healthy plants. many people, nut ho did make the leaf color is very characteristic and teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, proposition of n college possible Is helpful in recognizing the disease. through n sift of money nnd books. Affected plants, in an attempt to MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. He was !nrn tn New England, pos- recover, oflen send up new shoots sibly In Hostnn, nnd went to India which aro weak and slender and reFall Term Begins September 17. when he wns twenty-two- . Intent on main short. In Europe and Austramaking n fortune. IIo succeeded. He is distinguished In its lia take-a- ll found employment with tho great Kast Tho symptoms of flag smut are,1 appears so early in the season and later stages by what is termed India company, enme to be governor "while-head- s. the diseased plants aro shorter than That is, somo of given below: of the IiritUh settlement in India, mar- "FlagJ SllUlt nonpar. SOOn nfllP llml lli lllinliliv nnm Mm atmllln.l nnna ,,-. ..... uiii utu amuiivu uitua ried a native woman of rnnk. and with f'O Plants aro not affected, badly i negins to snoot, it Is most 'aro easily overlooked." his fortuno left for Knglnnd when he enough to bo dwarfed or killed in I was fifty, to enjoy the rest of his life. tho early or seedling stage. S"iich evident on tho leaves, where it Both of (heso diseases, aro dan- As he had no son to Inherit his plants may head out, but tho head onuses long streaks that aro at first gerous. The farmer should not wealth, nnd na ho remained truly Amer- produces no grain and soon becomes becomes tako a chance. Ho should report to ra' ,n co,ori but ican In feeling, ho sent to Connecticut white and dead. Tho disease has I'Pn9iiC8, then black and powdery. the agent any disease which tallies to a relative to come nnd live with him ' 110 "PI'1-'1often becomo more with tho above descriptions. as his principal heir. Dummer, one of not been under observation in the or 1033 ' twisted, although this does the most nctlve workers for tlio pro- Uniled States long enough to (ell posed collego In New England, wrote Just how it will aot under our field not 8eem ,0 bo a constant symptom. Workers To Manage Mills. m 1,10 'ai stages or (lie disease, (ho asking for gifts, and Yale sent back conditions." Durham, N. C Factory managebooks. Cotton Mather cleverly suggest-ta- g TJio county agent did not find a"cted leaves split into longitudl- - ment by workers Is to he attumpted In that the new college might be call- "(ako-all- " in R. L. Potb" wheat Sat- - "al shreds. Usually leaves on all the Curr Hosiery Mills here. Anwas made by Oeiieral Ju-I- I ed "Ynle College," which, ho stated, urday. Thero was lots of smut, 8ta,ks in ll'o stool aro affected, hut nouncement en C. Curr, banker, who would be better than the names of sons the (loose and stinking). This state- - 1,1,8 ls ot a'ways the case. Af- - mills, that they uro to ho controlsover or daughters. Yale liked tho Idea and turned P,anl8 nro commonly stunted to coed sent over East Indian goods to sell, the ment will, Ho doubt, relievo some 0,1,1 the employes Immediately, to bu rat e,y develop heads, Even in managed by Ilium through an orgaul. amount of which exceeded hi expecta- anxious, minds concerning the wheat cafi0 where the head fills tho hoot zatlou patterned ufter the Government tions $3,000 being realized for the about Herea. new college. Thero wero thirteen callers at tho 11,0 ,lag ,eaf may become so twisted ol the United States. Tho body of emIlia tomb bears this quaint inscrip- county agont's office Saturday after- - ail(1 contracted as lo mako It Im- - ployes will constitute a houu of reption t for tho hoad to emerge. resentatives, the munagers, selected noon, after the visit to II. L. Potts', "Horn In America, In Europe bred, to discuss "take-all- ." ,,auy mseaseu plants orten wither by the workers, will' form a senate, It's not hem la Africa traveled, In Asia wed." and d'0 prematurely. As the smut and the owners constitute the cabinet yet but It pays to watch. x Mountain Summer School When the American of 38 years of age wns born tlio United States had n population of nO.lSj.TS.I. Thirty out of every hundred ieoplo lived Year by year the in the cities; the other twenty lhcd in tlio country. cities havo gained in population at tlio expense of the country. In 1010 the population had increased to D.l.lOS.lOl nnd IG.3 per cent of it was in (lie cities. The census of 1920 is ox peeled to show that wo havo a population of about 110,000,000 and that more than half live inthe cities. In the decade between 1000 ad 1010 our whole population increnc(l 20.0 'per cent, the urban 31.8 and (ho rural 11.2. The city population therefore increased nearly twice as fast as that of tho whole country and more than three times as fast as that of the rural districts. In six sta(cs (here was an actual decrease in the rural population. These tlgures show that the cities have taken more than their Blmre of the immigrants nnd have also lured farmers from the farm. This rapidly increasing disproportion between the population of population of the rural districts and the the cities has long been recognized as a danger signal to the nation. Moreover, lo allow it to continue is to reject the greatest opportunity the history of the nation. in The nation should bestir itself to keep every fanner on tho farm; to get onto tho farm every returning soldier who wants (o go; to transplant every city man who belong on the soil. This is a large undertaking but ono easily within the powqr of the nation. Certain conditions mako the time rijxj for it. Farming as a business now otTcrs inducements second to none nnd better than most. The federal government, with its farm loan board, its experiment statfon in every state and its farmers' bulletins; tho slaten, with their agricultural colleges; the counties, with their expert agents and all stand ready to give the fanner service adequate to demonstrators his needs. There is good money to be made in funning. Until very recently less brains has been mixed with farming than with any other business. Now, with brains and modern scientific methods, farming is one of tho g businesses on earth. There arc still millions of acres of unoccupied farm lands awaiting the plow; the public domain contains 230,057,755 acres of unreserved and unappropriated land, of which a largo proportion is suitable for agriculture. There arc 15,000,000 acres of nrid land for irrigation. There aro 60,000,000 acres of swamp and overflowed lauds which can bo reclaimed. land fit for cultivation. There are 200,000,000 acres of cut-ovnation's administrators and lawmakers should wake up to tho The France and Groat situation Uiat is at once a danger and an opportunity. Britain and all her colonies are busy getting their icoplo on the toil. America lags behind when it is to her that a large part of tho world must look for food for many a year. Congress should pass Secretary line's great reclamation measure for work nnd homos for soldiers. The railroad administration should resume railroad advertising of farm lands and tho work of colonization agenU. Good roads, extension of agricultural education, betterment of country . living conditions, dcvclopnunt of farm labor supply, assurance of fair profits, financial assistance all these should be the nation's immediate policy. Back to the land I Kvcry man on the farm is an asset and not a liability. Agriculture is the foundation of the prosjwrity of this country and always will be. Land is tho fundamental natural resource from whichv this nation draws its life. And the farmer is the bulwark of the nation. Moreover, farming is a business in which a man of parts may take delight. It is an honest business. Tho furmcr does not climb up by pulling others down. He has his place in the sun. If he chance to have an eye for beauty there are the recurrent miracle of the spring and tho pageautry of the seasons. And Mother Nature is likely to throw in health, strength nnd happiness for good measure. best-payiner SERBIA LEARNS WORTH OF U. S. havo the exclusive right to cultiFARM METHODS vate. Not much coirin hunt of labor Tho American Red Cross Agricul- - diillcultios where these ideas are lural Unit that went (o Serbia did 'carried out. ish-gre- en ' Iui more than help win the war for it opened Serbia's eyes to tho profound possibilities of wostern ideas and machinery in retrieving their arable land, all hut ruined by years of war- fare, declares Lyman Hryson, in "Taking the West Into Monastic" in tho July number of the New Red Cross Magazine. I'ho results in actual work were considerable," tho writer asserts, but when the mission was ordered homo for the winter of 1018-1- 9 the members, felt that they had nccom plished much more than tho work which showed in what was grow ing in the field. They had taught the Serbs something of tho uses of (lie elaborate and sturdy American machinery which, in time to come, will enable them to cope with the production of crops on a large scale. I'lio machinery itself wns presented (o tlio Serbian Government by the Red Cross when Serbia again took chargo of her own regained country and the need of help of this kind was no longer so urgent. Tho peasants know something of American machines now; they havo American (iced and have seen Americans work." The Shortage of Farm Labor An authority on farm labor reports that Hie shortage of farm labor is least apparent where tho laborer is best cared for. In many sections tlio harvest helpers have no relation to community life. They often sleep in barns or out doors. hvery year the county jail is full at harvest timo. In other districts efforts are made to develop industries that will givo them winter work. Little homes aro built for them, frequently with a plot of land which they Teaching the Girls mother writes that her who is only ten years old. has becomo an expert bread baker. IL was a good deal of hothor to havo her fusiing around the kitchen, nnd it would have been easier for Hie mother to have baked the bread herself. Hut she took pains (o show tho little ono how to do it, and now she can givo valuable help in tho ' A homo. Many girls grow up unnblo to perforin simple home (asks, and havo to confess that "Mother always did this herself." They may be able to blunder into it later, hut the family lias to suffer from her costly experiments. Praises "Y" Work; praise by Consul General Harris in Siberia for tho service rendered not only to the American froops, but nlso to tho Czechs and to Itusslun prisoners by tho Amerlcnn Y. M. O. A. secretaries, Is contained In nu olllclul communication transmitted to tho Btiitu department nt Washington by Paul 8. Ileinsch, American minister to China. Unqualified i Great Athletic Program. Through the Y. M. O. A. tho United States plans to Introduce u nrolect for tho development of Amerlcuu athletics lu the allied countries. Atucrtcu's greatest uthlotlcieadera ore being d to direct the movement from tho headquarters to be established in Parts. fit-to- P'blo Chilean Steamer 8lnks. Peru. The Chilean mult steamer Llmarl sank oftor running ashore 10 miles north of Kten. North. oru Peru. The passengers uml rrw. It la reported, wero rescued by the Peruvian Line Htoamur Mantaro. The Llmari was southbound from Psumhiu for Callac aud Valparaiso. Lima, J Juno 10. 1019 UMTORM INTERNATIONAL THE CITIZEN Pago Sevan IMPROVED SlINMrSOIOOL "r nnv of lllhle In th. Tchf rCnullnhfitzwatkil. MM Institute of Chlco Lessor - n d d, H CciHfll.tUl,W.i,, V,,. .,, nil ,,,. , LESSON FOR JUNE 22 LOVE. TtlXT- -l Cor. 11 TliXT-No- w .LldMh f.lth. love, theie three, but the creutett of lhre ti love I Cor 13 1 ADDITIONAL MATIIIUAL-I- y. !1. Deut. :4, 8, John 10 ZJ, I.ll; 1 John I'HIMAItY TOI'IC-il- ow to Hhow Our Love. JUNIOR TOIMC-Wh- orn We Should Love and How I.ICHSON nop, OOLpEN AND ADULT TOPIC-T- he Strongest llond lletwren Mrn and Wonwn BBNIOI1 INTKIlMKDjATB TOPlC-Tthe World. he rjrtMt.t work the love of Ood shed nhrnnd In our hearts. Not nil enn tench, prench. miracles, speak with tonmiM : The best plft of the Holy Spirit l but the gift of love Is within rench of nil. The "more ixcellcnt wny" of the Inst Verne of chnptcr 12 In the way of love. Lore In not a mere (tctiti-ment or emotion, hut n mighty dynamic which transform the life, expressing lUclf In prnctlcnl service to turn. I. The of Love (vv, It transcends: (1) Speaking with tongues. For men to possess the loftlesi eloquence. to lie nhle to spenk In other languages, and to tie Incklng In love In to he no Bounding brass nnd a tinkling cymbal. licnsing nnd wwerful speaking la desirable, but to love Is better. (2) The gift of prophecy. To din close the eventa of the future, to be able to unfold nil mysteries of nuture and providence la Rood but to love I" better. (3) Fulth of the most vigorous kind, Such ns would remove mountain. (4) rhllnuthropy of the moM pen erous sort, prompting one t surren der nil rnrtbly goods for the suke of the poor. (5) Heroism which lend even to mnrtyrdotn without love la profitless. II. The Attributes of Love (vv. 1. It la nnd kind. It mentis not only to bear long but to be kind nil the while. I'ntlence Ik n re mnrknble virtue. It Ih much enler to bear long thnn to show the spirit of klnilmvs nil the while. 2. It la free from envy. Those who love are free from Mint envy which U engendered because of the good, or the success of others. .1. It la free from empty honxtlng. Love tins ns Ita supreme itlm the doing of good to all nnd docs not seek their admiration nnd npplnuse. 4. It la well behaved. Love la polite nnd mnnnerly. It. knows how to bebnve at nil times. f. It U unselfish. Love seeks the good of other nnd la forgetful of self, 0. Does not give way to passion. It Is not quick tempered. It la not eiinlly aroused to resentment. 7. It tnkea no delight In evil; does not Impute evil motives to others; Is not suspicious, but forgiving. 8. It rejoices In the truth. It sympathizes with that which Is true und tins a common Joy with It. 0. It benreth ull things that la. It In ciitcs ltfelf with Its own mantle nnd ilium nil evil out. 10. It la trustful, hopeful nnd Ann. III. The Permanence of Love (vv. ). ). Prophecy, na prediction, will be fulfilled; prophecy, ns teaching, will be brought to nn end In the dny when tenchlng Is not needed. "And they ahnll not tench every inna his neighbor, nnd every man his brother, saying, Know the Lord: for ull shall know me, from the lenst to the great-eat- " (Heb. 8:11; cf. Jer. 31:34). Tonguea shall cense, for ns the languages of earth were caused by God'a Judgment for aln o slill Christ's redemption bring the nntlons back to one tongue. Knowledge shnll be done nwoy with by n wider nnd nobler The twilight shall be lost Childhood shall be loat In the dny. In maturity, for at Christ's coming we ahnll see him fnce to face nnd be like him. Love will nlwnys nblde, for Ood la love. With what Infinite gentlenesa the Orent Physician ministered to bruised reeds nnd broken hearts I What tender nntnea be gave them I "Soil" "Daughter I" He was never rough, never brusque, never Impatient, never In n hurry I Ilia tender approach wna part of the cure. Ills very touch had healing1 power. He handled the burden of men In auch n way na to mnke them lighter. Mnny fitnmt'plv " a t. ..n 1. mi t it. f i " .... . n - . rnmfnrtuivibcu in ed by hla presence even before the' life had been made whole. Moat surely the hospital work of our Saviour was a school of gentlenesa I m The School of Gentleness. Do Not Shun the Light. The man who shuns the light his own float peace of heart. He who refuses to face hl8 worst forfeits the possibility of Undlng his best. He does not solve Uio question of his sinfulness; he shelves It. Percy O. Alus-wort- for-fel- ta Silence. If the prudence of reserve and decorum dictates silence In some In others prudence of higher order may Justify ua lu speak-In- g our thoughts. Uurkt. laws for the enforcement of the ion stny nnd no remorse or repentance of ftltutlonnl amendment If nib ihhI. ami hla can staunch or assuage. to the nomination of men for Kxectithe If n man lakes his own life, be is n nnd Administrative- - oltlces, who will murderer both miller the laws Of floil endeavor man. If enforce FOR AMENDMENT the laws so euacled. It Istouseless to and oinntry he withholds his life when his calls for Its sacrlllce, bo enact laws If they remain dead letters la n traitor and a slacker If he coron the Statute books. rupts the life currents of posterity, hf m commits the lltiardoiiable No Suggestion of Party, sin of Statewide Prohibition Federation This suggestion does not Involve the blighting the llcs of children whose Urges Adoption of Constitutional Change as Safeguard Against Possi- selection of men of any pollth-a- l party fathers mre yet tinhorn. There was n time In the history of ble Failure of National Amendment. or rami. If they are sound on t n main question, "Prohibition," It mat our country when men seriously the evil eff. cts of liquor on the lers not wbeher they be llepubllcali Imuran life, but that debate has long Democrat, or Independent. REVENUE FROM LIQUOR Preliminary to the formnl InunchliiK since been closed; science now in no declares that Intoxl-eatin- g IS DECLARED FALLACY of our enmpalgii, It Is deemed expedl uncettnln terms wholly liquor Is evil, and tho ent and wise to Issue n declaration of our alius and purposes, and with It a experience of the great world war has placed the question Representatives of Every Dry Organl. brief summary of the reasons which of further dispute In beyond the pale the minds of all we think should Inspire the zeal of all latlon, Witnout Regard to Politics, who believe with ns that Intemperance who are both Informed and candid. Sign Manifesto. Opinion of Great Fighters. la the greatest evil with which our state Is now menaced. We rend Hint In order to make the Louisville, Ky., June 8. Appealing 4i uie very outset we reject ns rtusslan soldiers elllclont fighters, to the people of the State of Kentucky Utterly fallacious the contention that vodka was banished from the Itusslan t" adopt the stntewiib1 prohibition prohibition will decrease the revenue empire, and the great Kitchener, creamendment nnd to elect members of of the state; all experience shows that ator of armies and ounpeller of victhe IcgHntutc and executive and ail the additional lliianclal burden placed tory, told the ltrltMi Tommies that If niliilslriitlve nlther In sympathy with upon the stale by Intoxication Is far they would be faithful Mildlers of the the enforcement of prohibition after greater than the revenue paid In as king, they must nvold the wines of It Is nilopted, the Stntow . Prohibition taxes and licenses upon liquor and Its France, nnd our own Pershing Federation tonight Issued a priKinnui sale. Liquor tills the Jails, the reform In every way possible total abHon of Its Intentions nnd purposes ami ntorles, the alms houses, the asylums stinence on the part of the American urged Hint the dry people of the state for the Insane and the orphan asylums; soldiers. be not misled by thenppitretit certainty It produces extravagance, We see on every hand the Ooveni-mewaste and of the adoption of the tiatlonnl amend ilieltlcleucy on every hand. of the fiilteil States under the ment, but ndopt the state amendment, advice of scientific experts surroundLike Revenue From War. so that In the event the adoption of the ing our soldiers with barriers ngalnst As well might one, Using bis mind national niiieuilmcnt Is held Illegal by strong drink; we see temperance zone the Supreme Court of the United alone on the Indemnity paid by Franc surrounding training camps, nnd strinStates Kentucky will he protected from to (lermany lu 18701 or Hint t6 be gent" orders and luws against the sale the continuance of the liquor business paid by the C.Vntral powers to the of liquor to soldiers : and we see, loo, allies for the world wnr, talk of the the good by Its own amendment. effect of these laws Jn the The proclamation declares that the revenue by war such n view would splendid appearance of the soldiers leave out of sight the desolation of claim the state will lose revenue by themselves. the adoption of prohibition la fal- Ilelgluni, France und Serbia, or the Cathedral of Meti We read It In their clear vlslotied lacious and that the llniuuiiil burden countless billions lost by all of the eyes, In their wholesome mmplexlonj Y ItBASON of Its situation, Itc accomplished Its complete deliverance. of intoxication and Its effects upoi nations In the cutiiyoiu of curnage and nnd In the erect nnd soldierly bearing Has Twenty-SevePalaces. monuments. Its antiquity nnd destruction. the state are far greater thnn nny that marks the American soldier every Metz Is n tine city, possessing no War Is not n revenue produce Its history, Metz Is one of the revenue derived from the licensing of where. We know that when drink U most Interesting cities of west less thnn 27 "pnlnces," n few of which neither Is whisky, nlnl for the same thus driven from the liquor trutllc. are really worth considering. All the tie nrmy, under the The proclamation Is signed by all reason. Hut every thoughtful man s'traln of the greatest war the world ern Europe. Dullt on a high hill at the houses of the Place St. Croix, for Inthe dry organizations participating In knows that the real wealth of the has ever known, the mask has fallen Junction of the Moselle and of the stance, most of which date from tho the dry movement In Kentucky which state Is not lu Its lands or houses or from the face of rum, and Instead of Sellle, Metz, when Cuesar undertook gold or in Its crops or live Mock, but nn fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, are form the Statewide Prohibition Feder-ntlothe old claims of Ionic, food and med his Invasion of Gaul, was already lu Its almost Impregnable position, on which built on the remains of Itomnn aqueand ellclent citizens Wine, science reveals Judge Henry S. Marker and Mrs. the revolting fen the Medloinutrlcs, one of the most ducts and vaults. The Place St. Louis Jii!!h ('win, ehnlrman and secretary and especially In Its youth. The bright- - lures of disease, waste and Inetllclency. , eyed, formidable tribes that Caesar under- still boasts of many houses which are boys If to secure nn elllcient man In respectively of the Federation; P. 11. time classed ns historical monuments, with Cnlhihiiu. of this city, chnlniinn of the and girls of the Commonwealth con of war, It Is necessary to hnve n sober took to conquer, proceeded to establish crenelated roofs, and which, In the stltue the real wealth of the state man; in order to secure an their capital, which they called Association of Catholics Favoring elllcient says the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries were Medlomatrlcorum, Dr. A. J. .. Alexander, chair- They are the brightest gems In the man In time of peace, It Is equally The the residences of casket of Its wealth and glory. If thee necessary to have a sober man. Christian Science Monitor. man of the Democratic Forward be educated In mind and soul and The humble huts of these warriors Place de la Comedle, which Is encirI.1 ague: Dr. Norman A. Palmer, Evil Effects of Drink. cled by the Moselle, Is decorated nt body, there has been called Into vx wire later replaced by gorgeous of Kentucky Prliil; robs nianhood of Its strength temples und by the palnees of the one of Its extremities by a fine quin1 sue: Mrs. Prances E. Ilenuehainp, Istence a power for good, the fair fruit' age of which the most distant ages nd d'gnlty ; It robs womanlulod of Its kings of Austrasln. For In spite of their cunx, while the Place Iloyale Is tho o 1'x'i'gton, president of the strength nnd courage, the Medlomatrlcs largest ot which Metz can boast. W. (. T. II. ; W. S. Iiokhart, will enjoy ; but If, on the other baud, beauty and grace, and It robs childThe cathedral, originally known as were unable to resist the Itomans, it Louisville, executive secretary of they be allowed to grow up lu Ignor- hood of Its Joy nnd hope. It brings ance nnd sin or debauched by liquor, poverty nnd crime, despair and degra who transformed Duodoruiu Into one the Church of St. Etienne, Is a Gothic the Churchmen's Federation, and begun In Judge John P. Ilaswell, Jr., of liar- - a loss has been suffered by the Com dation wherever It nourishes; It takes of the most Importunt strategical building which wnscentury by the first years of the third Thierry mouwcalth from which there can be no :he smile from the face of the wife, points of their empire. dlnstiurg, of the Iteptibllcau C mlt- In and It clothes the bodies of children escape. Great roads crossed the city In di- III, bishop of Metz, nnd finishedwintee Pax oring Prohibition. In rags. It brings misery, sorrow nnd verse directions, lending to Helms, 1540. The benutiful stnlned glass Personal Liberty Clamor. The proclamation In full follows: dows date from the fourteenth nnd To the People of the Commonwealth We put aside as Irrelevant the degradation to all who fall under Its Toul, Treves, and Strasbourg. In the year Ifil Attlla nnd bis hordes did not sixteenth centuries; those of the choir us to the vested rights and per- sinister Influence and power. of Kentucky: clamor Let us move forward, then, In the spare Mettls, ns the city was then are the work of an Alsatian artist In order to secure nt the election sonal liberty of those engaged In the great work of redeeming the old Ken called, nnd their example wns followed named Valentine Uousch. Itcllcs of next Nut ember the ratification by the manufacture and sale of liquor, or of ltomun domination are found even In by the Yandals. During the Merovinpeople of Kentucky of the prnposid uiose wno wouiu leave men Tree, not tucky home from' intemperance, sen ; baptismal font Is an atnendiiieut of our State Constitution only to debauch themselves by drunk suality and vice. Let us make It the gian dynasty It became the capital of the cathedral the while the porphyry prohibiting the manufacture, sale or enness, but both by precepl nnd exani' brightest, the holiest and happiest the kings of Austrasla; Charlemagne antique, red Clement bath, carved In was home In all the world. Let us make It granted to the bishops of Metz for pulpit of St. of yplritous, vinous, pie to lead the youth of the state Into trati'iHirtatliiu the summit of n Itomnn column. true In fact, ns In song, the sun malt or Intoxicating liquors, except for the evils of Intemperance. There can shines bright In the oldthatKentucky the city ever since the third century The cuthedrnl of Metz Is one of the had been the seat of n bishopric sucii sacramental, medicinal, sclentltlo or be no vested right to manufacture or home by driving from Its borders that extensive privileges that they soon be- lnrgest Gothic basilicas In existence; mechanical purpocs, after June 30, sell liquor. The true philosophy of law s monstrous. evil whose baleful came the real Ffirds of the town, al- the nave was first built In 1332, under 10111. tlie various temperance organizaleaches, nnd the courts now the land nnd fastens upon though they humbly professed to be the direction of Adhemar of Montell, tions of the state have associated hold, Hint the liquor tralllc Is Kentucky that mournful and sombre the vassals of the emperors. At that n Frenchman. The choir dates from tlicinsehtis mnler the name. The State- a dangerous business readily falling title, "The Dark and Hloody Grounds." period Metz wns being 1503, but the nave wns only closed In within the dominion of the police pow wide Prohibition Federation. ruled by nn nldermnn nnd n council 1704 by a ficnde which, It must bo object of this association Is tn er of the stnte, and may at nny tlmo niK statkwidi: The pnoiimrnoN of thirteen, as well ns by n great coun- admitted, though due to the celebrated unify all of our efforts in the coming be either regulated or suppressed ns FKDHHATION, Itlondel, spoils the uspect of the edielection; to prevent the duplication of the wisdom of the government dic My HKNItY S. HAItKKIt, Chairman. cil of elders. fice by Its clusslc outlines. work In this direction, and to secure tates. The hoarluess of the evil, there Regained Its Independence. JULIA It. GIJNN, Secretnry. Some Interesting Churches. the utmost harmony amitiig the work- fore, adds nothing to Its right to exIn the tenth century the German emMetz possesses several ' curious ers of the different organizations en- ist, but rather accentuates the neces- ASS'N. OF CATHOLICS FA YOKING perors appropriated Metz, whlcjrwas PUOHlltlTION, gaged In the great cause. sity for Its linmedlnte extinction. ruled by Henry the Fowler In 045, but churches, among which the Church of To this end, It la declared Hint this We nlso brush aside the specious P. II. CALItAHAX, Chairman. the Independent old city soon took ad- St. Slgolene, dating from the end of non-seargument of man's personal lib DILMOCItATIC the twelfth century, possesses some organization Is FOItWAUD LBAGUE, vantage of the Internal dissensions We call on erty to debauch himself by drunktarian and raging In the Holy empire to recover particularly fine stained glass, and a A. J. A. ALKXANDKU, Chairman. every citizen, without regard to poli- enness. No man Is the owner of tho prerogatives It enjoyed ns a free chapel executed after the design of tho tics, religion, race or odor, to aid In himself absolutely; of his life he A NTI-SLOON LK AC. U E, city. Henry H of France nnd his SnlnVe Chnppelle of Pnrls. The church this effort to Imbed within the funda- Is, but the trustee of nn express X. A. PALMKIt,' Superintendent. troops occupied Metr In 1B52 nnd de- of the old abbey of St. Vincent, 1248, mental law of the Commonwealth n trust; first, for the glory of God and fended It victoriously ngalnst Charles Is remarkable for Its fine nave supKENTUCKY W. C. T. U., prohibition of the further ointluuance the exeinplltloitlon by right living of V, whocould not resign himself to the ported by 12 pillars, the chapters of of the liquor tralllc In Kentucky. the wisdom of his creation ; second, for FKAXCKS B. HBAUCIIAMP. Presl- - loss of so Important a stronghold. which uro decorated by sraull columns. dent. the service of his country und the upMetz was consequently Invested by an The Church of St. Clement, all thut reReason For Organization. holding of Its highest Ideals of citizennrmy of 75,000 men, nnd 114 ennnon mains of a llenedlctlne monastery, was CIIUIICIIMAX'S FEDERATION'. The necessity fnr this organization ship; und third, for the perpetuation tired 14,000 shots on the city, which constructed In the seventeenth cenIs made greater by the danger of pubW. S. I.OCKHAItT, Ex. Secretary. of posterity and the evolution of a was a record lu bombardments at that tury; while the oratory of the monaslic lethargy and Indifference superin- higher and nobler race. It Is his duty ItKPl'HLICAN COMMITTEE FA YOK jierlod. After two months of extraor- tery of the Templars, belonging to the duced by the belief that the Kentucky ING PKUHIltliiOX, then to so develop his life us to show dinary und untiring efforts, having lost twelfth century nnd situated In the uiiieiu'euent Is not now Important citadel, also offers real urcheologlcul forth the glory of his Creator, and to Hy JOIIX P. IIASWELL, Jit., Chalr-- a third of bis troops, the emperor of the adoption by the various fulfill the purposes of his creation. rather, the duke of Alba who directed Interest. states of the Prohibition Amendment It Is his duty to serve his country In Metz contains many picturesque rethe siege was obliged to retire, much to the Nntlnnal Constitution, and also every way that will redound to Its tikCiCito-ti-CtiiCiit-it-GC- t-ii to the satisfaction of the French, who, mains of the past, such as the old forby the Insidious propaganda In this tified house dutlug from the twelfth grandeur nnd power nnd glory. numbering only 0,000 men, were comdirection by the liquor men, who are. Y. M. C. A. NO LONGER manded by the' Duke Francois de century, with Its quadrangular dunPatriotism Chief Need. of course, deeply Interested In the ad TO MAINTAIN ARMY Guise. Charles V then ceded Toul nnd geon, situated In the Hue des Trlnl-talreWhat every country ueeds most la suggestion or vaneement of every POST EXCHANGES. In the ltuc Xexlrue there Is a Verdun to France. thought that tends to prevent the peo- patriotism the love of Its citizens The Messlns had never sought to charming residence, nnd In the Hue Paris. The American Y. M. C. ple from realizing the necessity of fur- not alone Hint patriotism that leads a dissimulate the love they felt for Jurue u curious old door, which, It Is A., at Its own request, has been r ninn to willingly die for his country lu ther warfare. France; later, the Inhabitants of the said, was the entrance to un oratory relieved of Its work of maintainAlready It Is being claimed that the time of war that, Indeed, Is well-- but valiant city declared thut they would of the Templars. Hue do la Tete d'Or ing the post exchanges with the higher patriotism, that greater that national amendment, for technical reanever take up arms ngalnst the commemorates the famous hostelry of American army. Correspondence sons, has not been lawfully adopted love that enables n man to live for exchanged between General PerFrench king, Charles VIII, In 1557 tho same name, which has unfortu mid Is, therefore, Invalid; that the na- his country lu time of peace; to live shing and E. C. Carter, In charge tho urubltlous cardinal of Lorraine nately disappeared. It was In this Inn tional laws tjo enforce prohibition are for It day by day, showing forth lu his wns obliged to take inferior rank, that the most brilliant banquets wero of Y. M. C. A. with the army, lusolticleut for the end Intended; emi- dully life the beauty and grandeur of owing to the forced cesslou which given ut Metz during Uie middle ages, shows the reason for this arnent counsel have been employed ami good citizenship; that enables him to granted the king of Wance pretended when both the nobles and "rullluns" rangement was that the Y. M. C. large sums of money raised to test say to the grafter and the corruption-1st- , A. now has "increased responrights to the sovereignty of Metz. And amused themselves with tournaments, si m It thou go but no legal questions lu the courts. "Thus fur these ulthough the lutter modestly assumed nautical fetlvuls, bonfires, processibilities In promoting educationfurther;" that enables him to say to Safer To Adopt Amendment. al, athletic and entertainment the title of protector, be was, In fact, sions, cavalcades, und representations those who would debauch or corrupt It Is not necessary to touch upon tho youth of the lnndj "Away with activities In the American expemaster of the city. It was only In of "mysteries," renowned throughout ditionary forces," thus placing the merits of tice questions here; you. The health nnd the morals of our 1858 thut Henry VII officially took the the whole region. The greuter part of the remaining It can not be known In advance of the youth rapidly Increasing burden on tile of sovereign lord of Metz. In 1043 like the ancient Ark of the Covepublic buildings to be seen In Metz Dual Judgment of the Supreme Court Its personnel. Louis XIII endowed Metz with a parnant of Cod constitute the hope and General Pershing In a letter to liament, und In 1048 the treaty of were appropriated during the German what the end will he, hut we can the iwi'crlty of tho nation, und like occuputlon for military purposes and expect great delay and uncerMr. Carter approving the change, definitely Westphnlla Incorporated thut sacred Ark, no man may touch will no doubt continue to be so used, expressed hla thanks "for the tainty while the litigation crawls Its them with unhallowed hands nn,d live." Metz, Toul, und Verdun with Franct) very valuable services and asweary wuy through the procedure of the new province thus constituted be now that Lorraine Is once more united It Is ills duty to so develop his life to France. Metz Is surrounded by no sistance which the Y. M. C. A. the courts, and we know now that the as to transmit undluimed and undimining known as tho Three Bishoprics. has rendered to the American excause of temperance will be inado ished all tho vigor and strength of After thut period the capltul of Lor- less thnn 12 fortresses built since 1807, peditionary force In handling safer by the adoption of the statewide mind ami soul and body, given him by raine remulned Impregnable; vainly und chiefly since 1871. The city Is, these exchanges, General, Per. amendment to be presented to the cit Ood, to his iosterlty In order to theredid Brunswick In 1702 and lllucher In moreover, protected by a bnstloned shlng added: rampart, built In 1074 on the pi a us ot izens next full, thus avoiding, If the by lusure under the Inexorable luws 1814 strive to render themselves mas"Handicapped by the shortage election U fuvoruble, the possible of evolution u higher, n holler and a ter of the citadel. Had It not been Vaubun und of Curmontulgne, but In of tonnage and land transportacatastrophe of an adverse decision by nobler race to come after him. for Murshal Iluzalne's Infamous capit- which two gates, dating from the fiftion, the Y. M. C. A. haa by exfa the Supreme Court on the legality of ulation which, signed on October 23, teenth and sixteenth centuries, Iiavo Crime of Liquor Drinker, exertion served the army better been carefully preserved. Seven other the nationwide umcmlment or on the 1870, delivered to the Germans 0 Whoever therefore debauches his than could have been expected, sulllcleucy of the luws for Its enforce men, 0,000 officers nnd three gutes give uccess to the stanch old body with liquor und thereby transand you may be assured that Its ment. marshals, nut to speak of 1,003 cannon city, the most curious belug the gate of aid has been a large factor In We deem It also of the utmost Im mits disease, Immorality and and 53 flags Metz never would have the Germans, built lu 1445, and the final great accomplishments Into Hie life of posterity comportance that our efforts should be fullen nor have been subjected for 48 through which the Indomitable troops of the American army." directed to tho nomination of men for mits u crime no prescience of his can yeurs to the tyranny und bondage of General Munglu recently made their the CI e ne nil Assembly, who will enact forsee, no power of his cuu stop or j from which the allies have at last entrance. KENTUCKY DRYS whole-heartedl- y ques-tlotu- sl ftETZ eapifal of Lorraine nt B n able-bodie- d strong-bodied- hlgh-brow- Duo-doru- m money-changer- super-li'-'iiilc- Ilo-m- Autl-Saloo- Ken-to-k- y shadow-ilarken- unuu-moul- y c non-racia- -- s. autl-llquo- . 173,-00- InelU-cleqc- y 1 I Page Eight THE CITIZEN Juno 10, 1910 illrock. Iho llev. W. W. Brock's royal welcomo hy numerous friends Miss Omega Thompson business. OWSLEY COUNTY Desmond Powell of mother. Is dead. She died at tho and relatives. nf Primrose was in town Saturday Major Mrs. Kerbyknob visited his sister, Mrs. ripe old ago of 00 years. shopping, and transacting business No correspondence published unlet ilgned In full by the writer. The name Major, June 10. There was !' A. Campbell, of this section. Eliza llohinson is on the sick list. with tho County Superintendent, a an evidence of rood faith. Write plainly. It not for publication, but at Union Sunday with the Miss Jewel and Master Thomas Quite an interesting nnd inspiring church she Is one of our most progressiva Hov. William Helton as nilnlstor Junior Stigall visited their uncle and nYnna.il inn nf Din Knnilnv srlinnl lna teachers. to all readers of Tlio Citizen family. nunl Mr. and Mrs. Waller Hiall, at km was given by Miss Wilson, nlM'MpS ,M'U "n.1 Clnrlco Rowland JACKSON COUNTY ' oimini.iy Goochland Kerbyknob college graduate of Ilerea, at Illue Stanford last week. OWSLEY COUNTY h bt whor? t,f Sunday Aunt Sally r.nrrhland, June II. Kerbyknoh, June 15. Lick, Sun.lay evening. MisSevler , ' Mcintosh has Scoville students,! fp,,o1- -- J and Miss Nlckols, llerea school Is progressing nicely at this Marlin is hack at home after an Vlsltillg Hill Mctlllosll anil ESTILL COUNTY The three nll.,.1.,,1 l ll.n lnlnrn.1 nn.l Scovllle, June IX Mrs. The Rev. L. Van Winkle (ended visit with friends. family for a few days. West Irvine Mr. and yrnr old hoy of Mr. and Mrs. Andy edification of n largo audience. filled his regular appointment Sal- - Bertha linker and Mr. Charles Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mainous visited Mr. nnd Jndd died June 0, and was hurled West Irvine, June 10. God saw lit Oabbard came over to Horso Lick I fear that wo do not fully reallzo unlay anil Sunday. Mi j Cilia Pinttiiiif .....,., v....... ...... rt Tltila 'Prt what a great privilege we enjoy in Mrs. Dermis Wade Saturday nigh'. In the Mainous cemetery June 7 to take to Hlmscir to see their uncle ntnl aunt, Mr. mm in JIis wisdom guests o Mr. and Mrs. John Miss, n'S9' Mn,n'n'9 The bereaved ones have our symllichard living near a great educational in - l""'1 s",ul!,'- the live months old baby of Mr. nnd Mrs. Perry McCollum. ght nnd Sunday. a of young girls pathy. Earl Wilson, who has HKe iterea. Lloyd Powell on June 0. Tho Kales, one of our soldier boys, is Covins Saturday li is a Mrs. It stitulion renter and boys Saturday night at her been over seas, returned home Inst M". Pliamy I). Walton celebrated tupondunus Tiusi-jios- .s nnllnhnii m.n i.nrif..li lmpi-. - frnm ....... in both our IIU. cii HI I mi i i M i a i.nvn "i twenty-llft- h birthday on June We aro having good Sun- Thursday. Thero is quite a stir Crops are much im- - has gone to Hnmilton, O, to work. her and our social life. It is during home. sympathy. gone to iiond lo the 15lh. Thoo that were present vacation that we miss tho visits of day school at Union chapel every in this neighborhood over tho oil Loo Kates is proved in this part since the ex Misses well Just recently completed near Corn is selling at $2.00 per and look dinner with her were: Mr. tho highly Jim Baker has work. cultured, attractive Sunday afternoon at 2:30. treme hot weather. and Mrs. W. 11. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Christian men and women who aro lllssie Mainous and Ursula Roberts this place. Mm. Melvln Dooley awhile. bushel. gono to Indiana to work Joe Hislc, and John Smith; all of this so willing to como out and entertain and Willie Roberts visited Green and son, Alec, left today for RichEthel and Myrtle Ilaker, Ilerlha and place; and Thurman and Stanford us with their talent, and nlways Mainous Sunday. MKs Winnie mond, where they will spend comLottie Powell were tho guests of GARRARD COUNTY Powell of Moberley. All report a gracious, kind and patient with the Rowland returned from Clark and mencement with their daughter and Stanley Flossie Click Sunday. ' Paint Lick good time. Tho Fiscal Court of shortcomings and failures of tho Mndison counties last week. Mrs. sister. Miss Xettle Dooley. Mrs. Powell, Vho has been in army serPaint Lick, Juno 10. John Davis Estill county will meet on Juno the Juriah Hyden and son, Herbert, vis M. C. Strong of Lexington Is visiting rural section. Long live Berea "Like vice, came homo Juno 13. who has been quite ill for the past 20th to let out road contracts. Estill her parenls nt tills place. Mrs. a city set on n hill." May it light ited Enoch Halcomh Sunday. Mr. and Is very much in need of good roads. two weeks is some helter. Bond tho pathway of future generations. Charlie Bowles, Jr., returned from Mark Rogers of Corbin returned Everybody is Mrs. Oscra Parks of Mayland arc The Estill Circuit Court began June tho army. He Is going to tnkc'hls home Monday after a delightful Hond, June 10. A True Memorial Xew York where they will visit with her parents. very busy cultivating corn and pre- -' visiting his. parents, Mr. and Mrs. 9, with Judge J. P. Adams and ComMiss Prls-cil- la X. J. Evans of this section is wife lo Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. monwealth's Attorney Kelly Kash Wheat cutting Is paring for wheat harvest. Wheat W. O. Parks. Melntire of Buck Creek spent m receipt of a a very appreciative keep house. Wynn and Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Bur-T- both present. This is our first court looks to be above- a normal crop. and highly complimentary letter keeping the farmers busy at pres- yesterday with her sister, Mrs. Geo. hail storm Saturday night, Juno gess attended the play given in since April, 1018, on account of from George A. Joplin, Secretary of ent. Mainous. Miss Rissle Ross and Mr. and several sicknesses. Judge Adams' Island City 7. did considerable damage to gar- -, Ilichmond Tuesday night. Edd Isaacs of Buck Creek were tho Kentucky Sunday school'Asso-ciatio- n, Mr", and Mj;s. Born Mrs. Bennett Iloopo arc keeping health is very poor. Wo aro united fu marriage June 5. by tho Island City, June tfl. dens and some other crops. at Louisville. to Mr. and Mrs. Charley Smith a line bouse for Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wynn, Owen Wallon were the guests of For several years Stella, the re having a fine season. Crops and Rev. T. Fi Hale; also Miss Xell Rnj The old and Martin Hughes of Levi wero boy; also to Mr. and Mrs. Green while the latter are in Knoxville, Mrs. Walton's parents. Mr. anil Mrs. cently deceased daughter of Mrs. vegetation look well. Mr. Foley where Mr. Wynn will undergo a w. j. Powell, of Moberley Friday Gentry Is routined lo her bed joined in holy wedlock yesterday Berry Johnson a girl. Evans, bad contributed a certain Lady Mcsdames U. S.'and Saturday. The last river tide nmnnnl In l.nln nnv fnr thn l,n.l nf nBaln With Dr. J. M. MlOTU attend hy the Rev. T. F. Hale. of New York was here last week on slight operation. " .11, ..! Tlin M'.iiir w i Jesso York is hack from Moycrs and Jack Robinson were Be-- 1 brought in a lot of saw logs to the the" Kentucky Sunday School Asso I.... business. uihni,iMiiiu- Thursday. Misses isaw mill at this place. ed at the Southern church on the Ho had been away for more rea visitors Thurman rial ion. Tho income received from Fcance. IDEAL LITE than two years, niyl every one was Gladys and Eunice Conn spent scv- - and Stanford Powell of Moberley the sale of incidental homo products third a Brother Young failed to arMisses Jessie and Grova A humble lifo of pence anil love, Blaine Clark Is oral days last week with their aunt, were the guests of their'sislor, Mrs. i? an I naiiti. na n anr(...l glad to see him. In lltn rive. homo from Berea, where ho has been Mrs. Holman Brown, of near Lan-i- n Owen Walton, from Saturday until m..n,nP i, - Howiiiaii entertained quite a crowd l the ideal life for me. rffinril. aoni in Miss Fannie Dowden was Monday. M. L. Watson got his 'caster. Mrs. Jessie Thomas of daughter's namo as a memorial. school. TU ,hc ""P rlk Saturday night of Far from tho crowded oily, Mon- - a week end guest of Miss Addje Rcges was the guest of Mrs. Martha Tho oil men have struck Free from society; thumb mashed very badly last needless to say that hy this splendid Mr. and Ashcraft of this place Thursday day. Deihert York is back in tho Criscillis at Hyaltsville. Safe from Iho world's temptations. Judge IVR. Mrs. Jim Todd, and Stephen and night. U. S. A. from France. Several from this place mother is sustained and comforted by thn farm of II. D. Peters at a dopth From envy, care and strife, Pennington is a clerk in B. F. L. Co's Anno Todd and Mr. and Mrs. went to the Gentry Brothers' Circus .loss, and she Tho Endee Oh I peace! sweel peace and solinf tho riso of COO feet. is also helping to send wero dinner at Irvine on June 12. store. Mr. and Mrs. Azbill are tho Georgo Treadway Corn in this the Gospel of (.'!int in all its beauty oil well is said to be standing 700 tude, A. II.' guests Sunday of W. W. West and section is looking fine. happy parents of twins. There and fullnesi to othei boys and girls feet in oil. There have been sev- ? Ion? for such a life. Parrett, who was sick with pneu- family. Mrs. A. B. Wynn entertain- seems lo he a good supply of black- in Kentucky. eral thousand dollars invested in t F. P. Dalbot ed the Rev. Mr. Godhy Sunday. oil lenses in Owsley county recently. Let monia, is out again. berries ,this year, but there is others have the city, Miss Hazel Ross is visiting Mr. scarcely and peaches or apples. went to Cincinnati Monday. Bob Neely and Floyd Allen have With Blue Lick its ceaseless wear and tear, Dave Ross and family in Lancaster. McKee Summer! returned from across tho waters. But give me life in a oounlry borne, Blue Lick, June 10. Witt We arc very proud of our new McKee, June 15. Mr. De Jong of has come. Yes, royal Juno is now They are glad they went out for so 'Mid Fields and flowers fair; Will, June 10. Tho Rev. Mr. Iowa has come to McKee to take Meat Market in the store of Tread- wielding her scepter, lavishly dis great a cause, and were blessed to Where tho forest softly whispers, charged of tho Reformed Church and way & Logsdon with John Penning Bonnie of Waco filled bis regular I pensing her favors, golden sunshine return nnd look on the sceno of And tho golden sunrays ' Sunday school for a few monfhs. He ton as proprietor. Word has been appointment at Wiscmantown Sun- - nnd azure skies, with purple, violet childhood, and mother, brothers nnd Where God's great powerbeam. Is maniSeveral of the young folks received that Frank Ralston has day. will preach at tho chapel tonight. O. L. Morris of Island underfoot, with yellow crocuses sisters. fest. landed in Xew York from overseas. from this place attended tho com and the pink fragrant eglantine! City, who is engaged in tho The Rev. Mr. Ailst from Iowa And beauty reigns supreme. mencement at Richmond. Hsscs Bryantsville business in tho State of Missis-gree- n an interesting sermon at the from mosv banks, through Mary and Daisy Winn visited their Bryantsvillc, June 15. Mrs. Ed. chapel this morning. Mrs. Emily leaves. soul wholPPi, is spending a few days with Let others havo tho city, Minter has been very sick the past Hulelt is visiting her mother, Mrs. cousins, Misses Mollie and Maltie has tho power of loving and suffer- - ''is parents, Robert nnd Mrs. Minnie AVI Hi its tumult, pomp and pride. Misses Mattte and lona Broaddus, Saturday" night and Sun week with measles. At present she Will Hurt. yg. for the one is coeval with the Morris, at present, expecting to But among tho rills and sunny hills Tho Rev. Mr, other, Campbell were guests of Miss Ethel day at Panola. seems to bo getting a little better. there comes in life inter- -' ake his future home in that State. I ever would abide; Mr. and Mrs. J. Campbell will till his regular ap- mittent phases of joy, brief, imperM. L. Gentry of Fincaslle was sumElbert Boggs is just recovering from Wylio Friday. Whcro twilight shadows softly fall a severe attack of measles. Measles Hogan Ballard are spending a few pointment at Station Camp Sunday fect, like all earthly joys, hut still a moned to the bedside nf his sick And stars from heaven shine. Park Frazier has returned from Mr. and Mrs. and whooping cough are prevalent days in Indianapolis. There was a Where nature, God's great love proforetaste of Paradise. The mortal mother recently. Miss Lucy Russell Brown aro spending a few oversea; aleo Dr. Frank Miller of who is wise can deduce from birlh at the home of Mrs. J. K. P. in this community. claims, Miss Mary Belle Wiscmantown Yanderploeg and Miss Retta Pas, days in Stanford. charms a dim realization of Hurst recently a boy. And Joy is divine. Clay Lick , teachers of tho McKeo Academy, Halcomh was tho guest of Miss tho bliss of eternity. But tho mor Mrs Mrs. Mary J.ettio Broaddus Saturday. aro away taking their vacation. MADISON COUTNY tal who is foolish sleeps on in , Clay Lick, 'June 15. I envy not tho magnate. Mrs. Fannio Sparks was called to Rhoda Wylio and daughter were fancied security blind, and un- E. Gabhard, who has been making Panola With his millions nt, command. Gab-bar- d, guests Tuesday of Mrs. B. H. Hal- Kerbyknob last week to attend the her home with her son. O. L. Panola, Juno 10. Tho Rev. Law- observant, until the dire awakenMr. and Mrs. rence Johnson is holding a protract has gone to Paris. Ind, to live Xor thoso of high and nohlo birth, funeral of her little grandaughter, comb and daughters. ing. Our great annual institution, Lloyd Mooro is J. C. Williams, and Mrs. Walter ed meeting at Knob Lick school of which we are justly proud, Berea with her daughter, Mrs. Fannie With royal titles grand; Opal Powell. Mrs. Fannie Brock-ma- n But I envy laughing streamlets home from tho E. K. S. N. for vaca- - Davis wero in Danville Tuesday. house. Thero has been three join College Commencement, is over. Hroekman. was the guest of her brother, As Ihey ripplo on their way, .W. T. Amyx and daugli- - Mrs. John Campbell left Thursday ers, viz. tho Misses Glatha Benge. Clear skies and balmy breezes ush tion. Mrs. And lovely flowers thai bloom so tcr, Georgia, vinitcd Miss Eien Brad- - for Frankfort where she will visit Elsie and Ina Wilson. Edward ered the auspicious event. A large and other relatives, for the past two falr( Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kindred, an oversea soldier. Is visit- and orderly concourse of visitors in weeks. The funeral of Mrs. Will Moss Farmer is, her husband. shaw last week. And birds' that sing so gay. guests ing his sister, Mrs. Douglas Young, attendance. homo from Maryville, Tenn., for va- -j Hulett and children wero The graduates, as us- - Walker was preached at tho colored cation. We aro always glad to seo Sunday of Mrs. Rhoda Wylic. G. D. Mitchell is cutual, acquitted themselves with great 'b"reh Sunday, June 15. Quito a a' Kingston. Grovcr I envy not tho famous. the boys. J. K. Bailey has been Miss Lillio Mao Arnold of Lancaster ting ryo for Mr. Broaddus. Three honor. A vote of thanks was tacitly large crowd attended. Bodkin and Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Who aro praised from sea to sea, Mr. and o: our citizens were on tno jupries hut unanimously working on James Hamilton's new N visiting relatives here. accorded Miss A lifo of fame and prominence B. P. SVopo and also Mr. and of tho dwelling which is ncaring comple-,Mr- s. Circuit Court at Irvino last Cleta Unmmons, from Bealtyvillo, Jnhnnn wero the gucsU of Mr. anil Is not the life for me; Mrs. William Swopc wero In Crab week, viz. John Benge, Rollie Cox, a College graduate, in tho superb Mrs. Lewis Bodkin last Sunday. tion. But a peaceful life in n' quiet spot, Miss Fanny Sparks of Clover BotOrchard Sunday. Messrs. Sbock- - and Xatlianiel Cole. A sad accident rendition of her ejay entitled 'Mid nature's scenery gay, ley and Simpson, who aro helping happened In our community ycstei ROCKCASTLE COUNTY "Beautiful Breathitt." It was de- tom was the guo3t of her cousin, Thero to commune with naluro fair on tho garage, visited their families day. A par'y of men wero bathing cidedly a masterpiece, what the Mis Ruby Stout, the past week. Cooksburg Cooksburg, Juno 10. Wo are this week end. in Red Lick creek when Juno Baker French would term tho chefdevour Ester Stout and several friends And all tho world away. having flno weather to work in the Harmony was drowned. Ho was swimming in of tho occasion. It is a most la- motored over lo Booneshoro last dud How sweet to dream hy tho murStanley Fowler corn; you can seo ono and all in the Harmony, Juno 10. The Rev. W. a ton foot hole of water with his mentable fact that so many visitors Sunday. muring stream, fields doing all they can with a hat- M. C. Hutchins of this place and Dr. small hoy on his back. Tho boy got nt commencement prefer to stroll sovoral friends will spend this week Wheat is ready T. B. Lyne of Crab Orchard went frightened and grabbed bis father on tho campus, satisfying them- nt Valley View, Ashing. .lean Hester Whcro tho sunbeams danco and red at tho weeds. play, to cut. Saturday and Sunday over to Old Friendship Baptist around tho neck and both would selves with the husks when inside lost a nlco young maro this week. wero regular church days at Cave church last Sunday, where the Rev havo drowned, but Sidney Baker tho magniflcant buildings they Miss Mary Willaford, wha has been Where the breezes blow, nnd flowers grow, Ridgo. A large crowd was present.! Mr. Hutchins preached the funeral went to their assistance andtook might listen to gifted speakers, and sick so long, is shlo to he out again. Miss DorothyFowler of Berea was And all the world away; C. L. Thomas was among friends 0f Henry Hubbard's wifo to a largo tho hoy to land. When he looked thereby participate in "a feast of Ethel Thomas crowd of relatives and sorrowing back his brother was gone. They reason and flow of tho soul that Is the guest of her nunl, Miss Lucy In peaceful nnks, near babbling at Orlando Sunday. brooks, and Lucy Singleton attended church friends. Sister Hubba'rd was a con-- at managed to get him out but bo had not often our lot to njoy". This Powell, last Sunday. Whero tho waters ripplo hy, Willis serrated Christian. Morris Valloy Sunday. Sho leaves a died. Ho"leaves a wifo (neo Mina one fact with Itself affords an apt Where tho blue hills rise, 'nealh Singleton, who has been down thirty husband nnd eight children to Garrett) and flvo children to mourn illustration of tho old woman who LEE COUNTY azuro skies, days with a carbuncle on tho back mourn her loss. Six children at liis loss. With best wishes to Tho kissed the cow, "Every ono to their Beattyville Thero let mo livo nnd die. Mrs., lmmo with their father; tho two Citizen, tho purest,. best paperr in taste." of his neck, is some better. Tho Rev. Wm. Lynch, n Beatlyville, Juno 10. Tho crops F. D, Sand Gap, Ky. M. A. VanZant has returned home oldest girls aro married. Baptist minister from Jnckson over Iho county nro . exceedingly There tho U. S. A. after a month's visit with relatives was a singing school going on at county, preached at Bluo Lick good and wheat is being harvested Silver Creek RICHMOND MAY GET HUN CANNON Mrs. Leila Mink Friendship, conducted by Professor in.Laurcl county. Silver Creek, Juno 10. Mr. and Thursday night. His earnest force nl present, tho yield being somo-wh- at If Senator J. C. W. Beckham can of near Livingston is visiting her, James Todd, so tho good people Mrs. M. G. Cruso spent Sunday with ful messago was received gladly by above tho average. Tho oil possibly secure it, Richmond will and mother, Mi and Mrs.' furnished dinner on tho church Mrs. , Hiram Pigg. father Miss Mabel n largo nnd ntlenlivo audience. boom is still on in this county, Mrs. 'ground and all stayed and listened Johnson spent Saturday night and S. S. Griflln, of this place. Quito n number of land buyer? about n dozen good wells being obtain one of the captured German to ornament Iho court houso M. T. Thomas spent Sunday with te tho singing, all the afternoon, Sunday with Miss Leveda Creek-mo- ro from adjacent counties aro hero brought in every week and n new cannon ynrd. A long petition wns forwardWo which was much enjoyed. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jenio Jennings. nt Boh Town. There Ted Gny ban with a view of purchasing farms in territory being dovolopcd. Judge to Sennlir Heklinni l.v Mra are having a rough time buying is some excitement about oil. There gono to Indiana to work. Land owners are Kilhurn and County Attorney Tyreo ed Isaao this sfction. ionali Wagers a short timo ago, re meal at $2.50 per bushel. Thero is has been threo companies leasing Davis was operated on at tho Rob- hesitating on account of n prospect were busy last Friday and Saturday questing that ho use his best efnothing doing in this part concern- - land, nnd havo most of tho land inson Hospital for appendicitis Sun for a future oil dovelopemnt in this trying bootleggors, and others ing a Sunday school. Be3t wishes monopolized. Thero is ono rig for day. newaro of tho illusion. found with too much liquor on forts toward that end, nnd Senator Misses May and Bertha vicinity, Johnson spent Sunday with Mr. and Remember the dog and haro story. hand. They succeeded in flnolng Beckham has written that ho will Mrs. W. A. Johnson. Suo Flanery, accompanied hy her nnd jailing a number and aro teach- do all in his power. Mrs. Claudo Williams spent Saturday night with brother, C. C. Flanery, relumed to ing them Hint "Tho way of tho Painting the pump does not purify her mother, Mrs. G. E. Anderson. tl.'oir respective vocations in the transgressor is hard." Some four llio water In tho woll. Misses'Graco and Alllo Davis spent South after a visit to homefolks. or flvo new buildings aro going up Saturday night with Miss Alice Mrs. L. K. Flanery was presented Lewis. with a handsome Vlctrola by her A Blue Lick children as a birthday gift. CALVES POULTRY Blue Lick, Juno 10. Wheat bar-ve- st very solemn and impressivo ordina Clf lUrkit taUr (IT), 1SH Th. Terr hlah prlr. of calf hide. wvUhlng undar 16 poundt I. booming to prle of Spring Chicken 60 ctnta ptr lb., lieu 29, is hero. Hundreds of golden tion service was witnessed by your KooeWrt 16. Returns to its before-the-wa- r acres, now blowing with tho wind correspondent at Glades church You will vet more none? out of two pound chicken th&n ou will ou twice tant high standard of quality heerr, UUr. Will f urniah you eoope wehln( 16 pounds caving n lot on jour waves, will in a fow days bo shock- Sunday, Brothers Hudspeth and ipreea charge and will f urniih you metal tags for your calf hlpmcnU. Writ ui and chip quick whil price are high. ed and stacked, awaiting tho thresh- Freeman ofllciating. Tho subjects er. Tho warm weather Is exceed- ordained were Gilbert Daugli, a DAY & CO. FRANK ingly favorablo to tho cultivation of graduate of Bothany College, as Phone M 836 44 Walnut Street Cincinatl, Ohio corn and tobacco, which aro grow- - minister, Joo Gilbert as deacon, and i East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else , i i ij r i. drilling set upon tho land of Dr. D. ing lino. magic rami tluuqr is very W. II. Mooro as cider. Fnrmrcs in town at present, supply houses, C. Illrchneld and will begin drilling scarce and hard to gel. Arthur are still sotting tobacco; corn crops etc. Professor and Mrs, McDuf-fl- o this morning. Another well will he (Hahe Johnson has relumed from arc nourishing. of Heidelberg were in town Old sister oxcrsoas and is being accorded a started here soon. Monday transacting some legal - '" nlH-nilln- - nv iiv"' net , - ho - farm-flashi- ng Xa-tur- o's I ' ' No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour cl. Once Tried Always Used a