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Devoted to the Interests of the 3oujdtan. Fecrple HKnKA, MADISON COUNTY, KK.YIlICKY, JULY 3, 1910, Ono Dollnr nnil The Citizen is Powor and the way to keep up with modern Knowledgo is to read a good Newspaper. Knowlodgo Fifty Cents Per Year. No. 1. Defeated Criminals Germany and Whiskey NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS Signing of the Peace Treaty Versailles Brings the World Two great criminals, that have inflicted untold misery upon the world, are just now defeated and being tied up. One of these is Germany. The German government planned war, and planned the breaking of treaties, and the infliction of needless sulfering, and the stealing of territory, and a whole list of real crimes. Because of these crimes millions of mothers mourn for slaughtered sons, and the whole course of the world's progress is delayed. Now we want a league of nations which shall prevent any such thing from happening in the future. No league will be perfect, hut we have a very good league now in sight. Wise men have worked ovei it for weeks, and the suggestions of men not on the council, men like Root and Taft, have been considered and adopted. Tin; Citizen is'a Republican paper, but The Citizen is disgusted at the opposition to this league of nations on the part of such Republicans as Knox and Lodge. We stand with Taft and Burton and the true patriots of our party and urge the Senate to confirm this treaty and this league which shall tie up Germany, and make a way for the establishment of justice and peace for the world. jfc )f( jfc sfc at War to a Close. HUNS Dloody ARE RECALCITRANT Riding In Berlin and Hamburg Strong Indications of a Military Counter-Revolutio- "Free Ireland" Agitation Increasing In United States. n The other great criminal now under arrest is whiskey, alcohol, intoxicating liquor. What a riot of crime liquor lias produced! How many houis of idleness, dimmed talents, quarrels, losses, disgraces! How much good grain wasted, business talent diverted, political life cors rupted, prisons filled, and hospitals crowdedl And now with July first we throw off all this. We are going to enjoy things that satisfy instead of things that degrade and disgrace. .Comfort in the home cabinet organs, pictures, good furnishings. The stopping of drink will save enough to give every other family an automobile the first year! But best of all is the stopping of the degradation of drink. We have had thousands of men permanently made stupid through beer, and other thousands made jdle, contentious, criminal. We have kept our women folks busy trying to cover up this disgrace. Now liquor, like Germany, will need to be watched. We must have good laws well enforced. Let us suggest to all magistrate! that they begin strong with enforcing prohibition. Convince the liquor men at the start that-yomean business. Drive them ouCbf tlie. liquor trade ritrht oft. When the linuor deal- ''jer5lju'stAgive,aujiiid g6 into some other business, then the' magistrate will have easy times with only here and there-feckless moonshiner to deal with. The world is mourning from the losses of war and the losses of drink. But we look forward to better things for years to come. poor-house- By EDWARD W. PICKARD. The pence treaty with Oormuny was signed Saturday, June 23, ami the world war officially mine to a closu Just live years to a day after the event that precipitated the mighty conflict, the assasslnutlon of the Austrian grand duke at Sarajevo. The ceiemony was performed In the Hull of Mirrors at Versailles with a stately dignity belli ting the most notable event of the l.lnd In all history. After the of the allied and associated powers hud taken their places In (he hall and the privileged spectators cere In their scats, the German delegates, Mueller. Lelnert and Hell, were ushered In. M. Cleuienceuu. without making ti speech, declared the meet-In- ? open and, as president of the peace conference, first signed the treaty. President Wilson next attached his nnme nnd Premier Lloyd George came mxt. One hundred and sixteen other representatives of nations opposed to Germany then slgoed the document, and Inst of nil the German delegates were called up to uttach their names. The entire ceremony took several , hours. repre-i.'i.tlv- mm Kentucky News U. S. News Preachers' Conference An ; GERfOT SIGN Gustav nauer, having succeeded as premier, urged the Scheldcmann Germans to abide by the vote of the national assembly, accept the peace terms and endeavor to carry them out nnd to try to hold the country together. At the same time, In fiery words, he denounced the treaty "this mockery this enslaveof 8cdeUrinlnatIon. ment of the German people, this new menuce to the p:aee of the world." Ills words were echoed by the Hun press and the Htm orators, and many were the open assertions that Ger- mnnr nrrenteil Ihfi treutv onlv under compulsion, looking on It as another "scrap of paper," and awaiting only the chance to violate It nnd to get revenge. All week the Hun government sought for someone who would consent to be the "goat" nnd nttnch his name to the pact. First Ihtnlel von Hnhnhniiscu, secietary of the peace delegation, was selected, bat ho was too unimportant to suit the allies, and so he declined. Finally Dr. Hermann Mueller, foreign ulnlstcr; Ilerr Lelnert and Doctor Hell, minister of wcVe named to sign the treaty nnd uccepted the unthankful tusk, promising to be In Versailles by Saturday mornln.;. It fell to the lot of Hiilmhausen forM. Clemenencenu to notify mally of the decision of the government to accept the treaty, and In the course of bis note he remarked with unconscious humor "No act of violence can touch the honor of the German people" as If anything could touch a thing so Illusive, not to say nonexistent. If there were such a thing ns German honor, tho violence of the Germans themselves would have touched It twice the other dny. First, when the crews of the surrendered war . ships sank them In Scnpa Flow, and, second, when a mob took from a museum and burned the captured French flags of 1871 which Germany was pledged to return to France. In these acts they aro accused of violating both the nrmlstlce nnd the treaty and will bo called to account. Also, the allies, or at least the French, will demand reparation for the destruction of the war vessels. The surrender of those vessels was part of the price paid by (iornmny for the armistice, nnd In slaking them the Germans Deliberately stole that which they had paid. The fact that they apparently settled hat might have developed Into a dispute among the allied tuitions as to the disposition of the ships does not mitigate the crime. The Hug incident, small In Itself, was characHun. teristic of tho s, or mi important conference or min Colbert, of the American Ited Cross, Two French civilians wero killed Tho Danville Oil and Gas Company and live American soldiers and sailisters' who preach in our southern Cleveland. 0.; Prof. A. W. Fortuno, producer on injured severely and more than mountains will lm liulil hero next Ph I), of tho College of tho Bible, has brought In another county. ors week, beginning Monday and lasting of Lexington; tho llev. James M. Lit- the Floyd lease in Lincoln 100 injured in riots in Urest. Two through Sunday, July 13. eral, District Superintendent of tho Well No. 3 is a 30 barrel well of a of tho American soldiers will dio, it following topics will ho elis SI. li. Church, of Covington; and Prof. high grade quality. This is tho is feared. Tho trouble is said to yjrtu on this Icaso C. W. Quellon. I). D.. Dean of tho third well brought in u,,: have startcd'when an American naAfter-lho-W- PEASb TREATY AT VERSAILLES ar Tho Program of Our Churches. ' 2. A Devotional Study of tho Life of Christ. 3. The Mountain Church and the Young Peoplo. . Preaching tho Gospel and tho Making of n Sermon. 5. Our Churches and the League of Nations. There will ho a nolablo array of speakers. Hesides members of tho llerca Faculty, the following men jWill bo present and address tho L. MoVey. President fljf'tho University of Kentucky; A. J. Congregational Seminary, of Atlanta, Ga. in tho past few weeks. val oiilecr, under largo number of preachers have sent in their requests for reservations and tho conference promises to be the most notable one of the kind ever held in Huron. Tho general meetings will bo open to the public and announcements will be made from day to day at chapel an. I o. on the bulletin board at tho A post-olllc- Baptists from all parts of tho Stato aro assembled this week in Georgetown for tho Kentucky Haplist Assembly. Tho Assembly opened Wedy, nesday. Juno 25, and closed July 2. It was considered tho largest assembly ever hold in the Slate. Wcd-n6sda- liquor, toro down tramped it. a" tho influence or Wilscn, Clae i,2au and Lloyd French flag and Gcorga Aiso Affix Signa- tures o Document. fc -- - Ministers who havo not already Ut have rooms reserved and who wish to attend should send in thoir requests at onco to tho President's Olllce. naked TWO SPOTS " CONTENTS PAGE 1. Kditorial: Defeated Crim(lornmny and Whisky. CurU. S. News; State News. Preachrent Hvents lleview. ers' Conference in llerca. inals Heron hi North Carolina. The peoplo who havo been urging the- - farmer to keep books will piobably bo tho tlrst to kick when his hooks show him ho must get higher prices. When tho kids of tho neighbor- PAGE 2. Teaohor Shortage Serious. deferential, you will probably And W'ha1. Degrees Conferred. that omo one shook the fruit trees America Celebrates. tho night before. PAGE 3. July Serial Story. ing) are particularly polito and Tho people whoso lime is least valuable aro usually tho ones who throw fruit skins and cores and Hoys' and Girls' Agrioul- PAGE 5. other waste into tho streets, for CapClub Convention. tural some ono olso to tako tlmo to pick tain Swopo'a Addross. up. Farm and Hpmo. PAGE 0. PAGE 4. Fourth News. Locals. Church Nows, Sunday School Lesson. She was an ardent sulTragctto and America's Short Story. was arguing with her father about Debt to Lafayette. ,tho ballot for women. "Well, what Kastcrn Kentucky Nows. ,aro you suffragettes going to do?" PAGE 8. 'inquired her father. . "Wo aro going to sweep tho country," alio ro- Lplied proudly. "Well, do not do- . Tho Germans doubtless considered spiso small beginnings, my dear. that tlioy won a great naval victory Suppose you start with the dining warships at whoa they sunk thoir room." Scapn Flow. PAGE 7. Two bills sent from tho White wero signed by President SCENE on Tuesday. HALL CF ft'i!03S Wilson in mid-oceThis is thallrsl tlmo in history that Government measures havo been Signing of Djiume.it Formally Brlnfls signed in this way. The signing to Clcse tt:e Worlr!'- - Greatest War was made possible by uso of the Certmory, Although Smple, Was A meeting of tho committeo in will land the Moist Impressive of obargo of raising $300,000 to erect a wireless. Tho President Its Kind In History. campus of in llobokcn Monday if tho present memorial building on tho speed is kept up. tho University of Kentucky, Lexing- rate of Versailles June SO. President ton, ns tribute to men add women and the American delegation comof tho United States Navy Crews of tho State who gavo their lives in pleted signing the peace treaty nt 3:14 Flight Squadron o'clock Saturday afternoon, Paris time. the war, has been called for July 10, Trans-Atlant- ic Plans for tho drivo w'oro highly praised by Secretary It also was signed by Dr. llernmim in Louisville. for funds in September will bo made. Daniels upon their rolurn homo. Ho Mueller at 3:12 and Johannes Hell at deolared that thoir achievement In 3:13 p. in. for the Germans. The American delegation signed In Hoy Scouts of Lexington will havo Hying across tho ocean had opened Henry up possibilities novor dreamed of. this order: .Secretary Lansing. General a largo part in tho Fourth of July Houso and Ho said bo would recommend that White. ' Colonel celebration for Fayctto county's reIlllss. turned soldiers and sailors. Squads Congress bestow n special medal to The other delegation headed by the of ten will aid Lexington policemen the fliers. Hritlsh signed after tho American plenipotentiaries In tho order set forth in earing for tralllo at three imporTho League of Nations covonant In tho treaty. tant street corners of tho parado. Puts Question to Foe. At Woodland Park, whoro tho re- was attacked by Senntor Fall, Now Premier Clenirnccnu put the direct turned service men will be feasted Mexico, and defended by Senator Germans whether they and feted, (lie Scouts will help to Gerry, Hhodo Island, in speeches in question to the sign and execute loytho Senate. Senator Fall declared were willing to bold tho crowd in check, and will The other ally all the terms. themselves bo giveu luncheon nlong tho covenant would mako n scrap did not arise when tho Germans with thoir older brothora who wore ' paper of tho American Constitu- came Into the hall. tion, whilo Senator Gerry asserted the khaki and blue. At 3:11 ouinoii began to boom, anthat tho lcaguo was absolutely es- nouncing the completion of the cereThe proceedings Disregarding tho expressed desiro sential for protection of American mony of signing. wero formal!) cloned at 3:10 o'clock. Hlaok for open sossions, rights. of Governor The protocol was signed by all thoe tho Slate Textbook Commission barwho Mgtit'd the treaty. The Ithlno aror According to a department of red tho public from' its sessions in rangement wjis signed by the Gersurvey, 1,300,000 aliens ard pre-- ( man, American, Helghm, Hrltlsh and Frankrojl. A resolution providing All of the that tho voting shall bo mado of paring to einigrato from this coun- -i French plonlisitentlttrlcs. ap-publio record in the ofllco of tho try, taking with them a total of 1 plenipotentiaries having signed the 1,000,000,000, and an treaty. M. nennmroau declared theses-MoStale Superintendent of Public In- proximately closet). an- effort' is to bo mado to replace thorn struction has been qualified by The peace trunty was deposited on other resolution which provides with Negroes from tho South, with the table In tho Hall of Mirrors at that tho minutes shall not bo mado prospects of considerable degrco of 2:10 o'clock by William Martin of tho public until after Ihoy havo been success. To ohock tho prospective French foreign Olllco. It was Inclosed exodus tho South will have to do In a stamped lontliur case. approved and signed. much moro than pass uutirccruting i Premier Clemeurunii eniereu me inn- , .1 . i.i Formal application by Mayor J. C. oruinanccs, ami mere is uviueucu Huuso an Wll-win dele-Ciitla-ibu The recalcitrant spirit of the Germans exhibited Itself In various ways during the week, and the several factions took advantage of the conditions each In Its own manner. The rudlcnls nnd the mobs that always support them turned Uerllu Into a Medium, rioting and plundering and tithtlng the troops that wero eent to suppress them. Slops were pillaged and chimin robbei) by armed bauds of marauders, while ugltutors Incited them to further outruns. At lust accounts (Continued on Pago Two.) iContlDtiad oo rtgi Nitl CuntlDuid on F0t tilt) Pago Two THE CITIZEN CURRENT EVENTS July (Continued 3, 1010. School News from Various Departments DEREA IN NORTH CAROLINA Hcroa, eill7ons anil students, Professor Calfcc anil Mrs. flnireo Willi Iovihk regard, ami we worn ilnliKlilPtl l discover ttin It i It lop In Ashrvllle, N. (', on which lliofr Nnrnml School slants. It Is a Nnrniiil School for women only, whloh is a pily, hut in many wny. WHAT AMERICA CELEBRATES On July Fourth the American people do not celebrate merely the victory they gained over n to compel our government, by forctf Ihe battle was sflll going on and barricade find been erected In the streets. of public opinion, to recognize ofiMclnl-l- y In Hamburg, too, there were bloody the Irish republic. In tho sennt riots In which many persons were he hns a number of supporters Wjlio killed. Representatives nf tho Indusassert the principle of mother country which was then should apply to such countries ni trial councils seized the potltlcnl and With Chautauqua Features in the power of a court of German military power there, but Hen. von Ireland, India, Kgypt and Korea a ancestry nnd feeling. Nor do the was sent with strong well ns to the countries of central Kurope. At least, they declare, lliesi forces to restore order. people celebrate merely Ihe anniBEREA COLLEGE, BEREA, KENTUCKY In military circles In Ilerlln It wns people should hnvo tho cbnnce to. pr versary of the lime when they at sent their claims to Independence to asserted that ns soon ns n real comand It luu tained the right of i! Is pallernecl after Ilerca. Tho Amcrlcntv munistic revolt wos started there 'the pence conference. 11 11 llir-- advanlages and disadvantages of individual expression. would be n The peace delegation was taken to link They also celebrate the final tri being in a small oily, and its Sumfor not complying with the resolution Junkers and militarists everywhere mer School is larger than ours. One impli of certain distinctive Ameri were laying plans to regain control of of the senate requesting the president Pleasure and profit for aspiring teachers, business of the short rourso teachers for tho can Mens. On July I, 1770, the repthe country on tho expected early fnll to procure n hearing for tho Irish , of the present government, nnd there representatives. Summer School is Herea'8 trustee, resentatives of the American colmen, farmers, discharged soldiers, house-keeper- s, Chriswas n story Hint Hlndenbtirg was fo Doctor I.yman of Michigan. Tho onies, then only obscure little set tian workers. "Something good for every, comer!" The great sympathy strike In Wlnnl bo the lender of an Independent Prustlements on the fringe of tho un Calfoos aro all rightl sia that would defy tlie allies nnd the peg enmo to nn end Thursday, being; Daily discussions of things important for the mounTen mile. east of Ashcvillo is famed wilderness, met to discuss culled off by the strike committee. Tho rest of Oermnny. The Poles InterFarm School (namo of school anil certain principles of liberty very tains, meeting mountain leaders from eight states. cepted messages that revealed n plot terms of settlement were left to sj poslofllce the same) where the drar lo these hardy pioneers. They On commission. to reopen the wnr on the rnstern front government the Berea Faculty includes many of the greatest eduwhole tho strike was n failure. Marshes are in charge. This is a ended by agreeing upon a Declara with the secret support nf the governChicago nnd New York both hail cators and speakers of the south, and summer brings ment nt Ilerlln. The peace conference long established institution, with a lion in which lliey set up certain thought this nf sulllclent Impo.nco serious and etuhnrrnsslng labor trousquare milo of mountain land 2,500 standards of liberty and democratic in other noted men, moving pictures, entertainments, to warrant the sending of n noto to bles Inst week. In the former city th feel, above the sea, and a good set government which solmded very President IHiert warning hltn Hint his street cleaners, garbage and ash hanmusic. of buildings. The sohool is (o ac- strange, revnlutionary, and visiongovernment would be held strictly dlers nnd Job foremen and the teamburning ary in the then monarchical world. Berea is religious, "works with all commodate 250 boys, but the responsible for unofllclal support of sters and clinuffeurs working for t This declaration could hardly bo of a dormitory has cut tho number any movement ngnlnst Polish authorinnd on city Jobs went on strike, followers of Christ." Tobacco, prohibited except to ty In the territory given Poland In nnd many other city employees mad down lo about 100 at present. Wil- said to have fallen like a bombshell confirmed users over thirty. Only conditions for enPosnn and Kast and West Prussia. demnnds for more pny. In New York son Marsh .is here also, and Eliza- in the Europe of kings and empires. The bluff that Oermnny would "go a strike of teamsters almost deprived II did not make noise enough for n Marsh, teacher at State trance that .you live in the mountains and are above beth bolshevik" If not treated leniently Is the city of Its supply of vegetables nnd at (Ireensborougb, is visiting bombshell. The sages of tho world fifteen. no longer hennl. Murh greater Is tho fruits. for a week preparatory to a Sum- laughed at it, as the outburst of a probability that she will revert to her An Interesting Innovation was th Best location, climate and equipment. rustic people far removed from the mer at Columbia. natural condition i4 nutocracy and, orgnnlzntlon of a labor union of nnvy Though rough, this is a good renters of experience and wisdom. Note two things: The studies and entertainments stewing In the bitterness of her defeat, oDrers. begun In the Atlnntlc fleet, Yel the principles announced by farming section full of thrifty peofor the purpose of obtaining Increased devote herself to schemes of revenge. are the best, and especially adapted to people from the ple, and we have in sight some of the obscure band of patriots have pay nnd other concessions from On Thursday the report reached mountains. It Is planned to iifllllnto the highest mountains cast of the overturned the whole world. The Paris that the former crown prince with the American Federation of Mississippi. The Marshes are do inspiration of liberty was conveyed had escnprd from Holland and enAnd the prices are made right for young folks just nnd to extend the union to Include tered Oermnny with members of his boys from-- first to the peoples of Western ing a large thing here getting a start "cheaper than staying at home." sinfT. This was oillclally denied by the Pacific fleet nnd the Kuropean nnd Kentucky and other slates beyond Europe, several of whom boforo A clause In tho the Dutch government. There was also Asiatic squadrons. many years cither threw off the the borders of North Carolina nnvy regulntlons virtually forbids th a report Hint the former kaiser InAddress The Secretary, Marshall E. Vaughn, and already have made friends with yoke of kings altogether, or curbed tends to return to Germany In the near formation of such organizations, hut their neighbors through a wide their power. has not (Adv.) Berea, Kentucky future. The sentiment In Oermnny In the facts that their paynnd Hint been Increased since 1003 region. Hut the great empires of Central i fiivorof William hns revived markedly, of qunrters to officers nt but there Is little fear that the reacAnd wo find that all North Caro- and Eastern Europe maintained sea now Is In danger of being cut off n lina knows Berca. Hardly a farm .their scorn of American liberty upi tho mines luive orders stiflUient to run tionary elements will rally round his apparently hnvo made the officers dehand by the road side vho docs not to the recent war. But liberty was them five or six days n week unless the unpopular eldest son. fiant of the rule. If the civilized nntlnns of the world lubor threatened exodus of foreign-borknow a teacher who has been there. proved too strong for them. It has! have lenmed their lesson, they will occurs. Another ten miles east brings to put down the mighty from their take the advice of Clemenccnti: "Mo WILSON May Ds Car Shortage. HOME Mack Mountain which is the sta- seats and exalted them of low deIn; keep your powder dry." wage ncrcmcnts between careful "Present tion for Hlue Uidgo where aro great gree. cidentally, the 'Tiger," having seen operntors and miners expire wllb i assembly and boarding halls for a This principle, which had to day for which he says be waited the proclamation of peace by the I'res the forty-ninyenrs, has announced his FAREWELL TENDERED TO PRESIsuccession of summer schools in wait from July i, 1770, to November fdent A suspension of mining oper early retirement to private life. He DENT AS LINER SAILS FROM 'general charge of Herea's trustee. II, 1018, for full vindication, is what ntlons whlfe a new wago agreement Is has greatly accomplished great Last week America really celebrates on its FRENCH HARBOR. Doctor Wcatherford. being negotiated would, of course, seriMay Be Repetition of 1917-1- 8 task, ously Interfere with the production of thcro were four conferences in ses- national anniversary. I coal nnd If It should occur during the Conditions Next Winter Says sion at the same time with a comAustrln will follow Rirmnnr'n Innil Guns Room fall would rouse a panic among buyers of over 600. Wo Last Salute as Party Em. bined attendance Geological Survey. iujruni-A NET SAVING UN II, and consumers of coul." ami tllll'I'l (ii(T barks President Is Silent When were most interested in the one for There Is no use In gambling upon and Italy's now government, headed "In 1918 wo bought a little more Open Sea is Reached Navy Craft Y. M. C. A. secretaries, and the this or any other contingency, fuel ad- by Nlttl, hns given assurance of Its than one billion dollars' worth of MINES IDLE Ecort Ship From Pier at Brest American Home Economics Asso War Savings WITHOUT ORDERS. ministration officials say. The Ann or adherence to the treaty prepared. Disand Thrift Stamps. It ciation. The Y. M. C. A. secretaries Individual who wants to he sure of an patches from Vienna said a political sixty-fo- ur adequate coal supply next winter can rapprochement was materializing be- WVstrrn Nrwppaper Union New aro going to do the things that need works out nine dollars and cents a head for tho whole Those Who llrest. The treaty with Ocrmany Delay Ordering be certain by buying coal now. There tween Itnly and Austria, especially like providing good country. .tQfhe done Nebraska a state little Is do other way such assurance concerning Tyrol. At home Nlttl Is slgmd, President sailed from "recreation, and stopping the' abuse Longer May Not' Get can be obtntned. Transportation also having n hard row to hoe, his ixilltlcal llrest on his return to the Unltejl habituated lo investing in engraved of the colored people. And tho promises to be a limiting factor If the opponents, especially the nationalists Stales. The V. S. S. flenrge Washlnj" j paper before tho war Fuel Later On. heads the 'Homo Economics Association conflood tide of demand comes at a time headed by D'AnnunzIo, attacking him ton, currying the presidential party""" list with an average of over twenty-on- e firmed our most important ideas when the country's record crops are fiercely for his attitude on the Adri- steamed from the harbor. The deJer" dollars a head. South Dakota, In some districts ' It atic question. pHrtlire of the President from France about tho Boarding Hall which is The United States Geological Survey being carried. Iowa, Oregon and Kansas are near would nppear certain that, notwithBulgaria remains to be dealt with, caused little excitement at this port.ftr-The- re nnnounces from Washington the probBerea's most fundamental equipthe top. Those live Western agri- ability standing the utmost endeavors of the nnd so does Turkey. The latter hns was a distance of only M) feet ment. of general nnd the util- not helped her cnuse any by her recent between the point where his spivlnl wj cultural stales bought a hundred age next another winter. coal shortfall and Still farther east is Montrcat, a Tho an- ization of Its experience last fnllj cur actions. Strong bod lei of Turkish soland twelve million dollars' worth nouncement le based, tni n stopped nnd the motor launch w Methodist Assembly Ground, which the Survey shortage will be a cnuse limiting diery have attacked the Greek forces wil ling to convey him to the (Jeorge ' of War Savings and Thrift Stamps states, upon a nation-wid- e study of we expect to visit later, and where coal production, and for Unit In Asia Minor and forced them back Washington. There was little cheering m the year. In some other states, conditions In the bituminous field. wo shall certainly find another reason It Is problematical whether the toward the const. Of course Greece and nppluuse from the several thouwhich would fall in the same gen- Unless steiis are taken at once, the expected production of riOO.000,000 tons group of Berca people. has made protest, and so far as Is sands who had gathered at the emA procession known the Turks hare not explained barkation pl'-r- . of SoIt is higher and cooler here than eral class and which are no doubt Survey says, to place the mines upon can be attained this year. just about as prosperous, the aver- a linsls of Increased production there Shortage of labor already Is a fac- their action. cial' wis. singing the "Internationale," in Berea, and our homes more free age for each person was only about Is every prospect of a repetition to tor that Is cutting down the output 'n (lel iiueliid from the Itue Slam as tho from interruption. We are high. It seems a reasonable some degree of the situation that pre- some coal producing sections, nccoid-InSlowly cli snglng sentiment In the Pres. dent walked across the pier. The and resting as we have not done half as nig to the Survey's report The operaUnited States senate has cuused the President waved his silk hat to the vailed In the United States during the for a long time. But wo would like assumption that Ihe difference is tors report that from .10.000 to in mm opponents largely due to greater energy or winter of 1017-1of the League of Nations plunders. Onthered on the wharf were foreign-borminers, expect to return to lo slip into tho Thursday night I'n ncli and American ulllrluls. only way production can he stim- Europe as soon ns they can gel pass- In that body almost to abandon Iiom The among our dear higher elliciency of the campaign prayermeetings Ami ng the first to greet the Presl-de- n ulated at the present time. It Is said, Is ports and that many huve already re- of Its defeat, but enough of them still in the states." were Admiral II. Solium and Adneighbors. W. G. F. by placing orders with the mines for turned. If continued this movement demand the amendment nf the coveSaturday Evening Post. miral U .V. ltenolt, of the French be capable of producing but one nant to prevent Its ratification as It nnvy. Rear Admiral A. S. Iliilstend, coal which will be needed later on. will Senator Ilorah Is unremitting "Production during the first five months result a reduction of the amount of stands. fight against of the Amerlenn navy, and Major Hen-er- a In his both the covenant PROGRESS IN KENTUCKY DEGREES CONFERRED of the year," reads the statement, "fell coal mined In districts where the mine and the I II. A. Helmlek and Itrlgndler Gentreaty, attacking them on , foreign-boraand there Tho Louisville Courier-Journ- al Ji7,202,000 net tons, or approxlni itely labor Is largely The Commencement number of every occasion, in talking against eral Smedley llutler greeted the Presiare many such districts. dent In turn. .Mrs. Wilson the Hillsdale Collegian contains an records progress in Kentucky: "Ap- 25 helow production during the first lie who needs coal should hesitate the proposed American army of 400,. set ed with a bouquet of was prellrltlnny interesting account of Commence-- j, proximately 20 per cent of the five months of 1018. .Mines are producno longer. Now la the time to buy 000 men he said the league covenant of Cinoffers no hope of disarmament, but In- ruses by Mrs. Josephine ment weeK at inusuaie uouege, counties in Kentucky tiave county ing coat now at the rate of from 8,000,-00oai to 8,500,000 tons n week. An averstead makes certain an era of the cinnati, Ohio, representing the AmerMichigan. The paper is issued engineers who aro engineers by lcun Cross In France. Mrs. Wilson monthly by tho students, and is a (raining, not by appointment mere- age output of 10,700,000 tons a week DEPARTMENT ADVISES ON greatest nrmnineuts the world hut wore a uuvy blue tailored dress and 'i ever seen. The senate credit to the editorial and managing ly. . . . It has not been long must he maintained from Juno 1 to PLUMBING AND CURTAINS which carries an army passed this bill neat, but simple, little hut, apparently appropriation almost 100 per cent of the January 1 next If the country's estistaff, as well as to tho institution since of 5iS8.OO0.O00. The bill ns passed by the latest creation from the Rue de In counties of Kentucky ignored the mated needs of 500,000,000 tons this New Bureau Opens in Y. W. C the house provided for HOO.OOO men Pnlx. She smiled and thanked Mrs. of which it i the official publica year are to ho met." and chatted briefly with her. tion. Among other important fea importance of the, engineer's work uml appropriated $718,000,000. A. Overseas Office. The Evil of Delayed Orders. house majority In opposing thu larger Mrs. Wilson appeared llred and fatutus of Ihe commencement pro in building roads." -tigued, ami apparently was In a hurry At no time during this year lias the Sunerous Tenncsseo counties do A new department of finance has temporary army Is seeking to hasten gram was the conferring of honor ary degrees upon soveral former the same thing, and the state seems rate of production approached the re- been organized by the V. W. 0. A. for the entire reorganization of the army to reach the launch. The baud of tho phijed "The graduates of Hillsdale. Among the to have gone on record as believing quired tonnage. The tendency on the Its work In Prance. .Miss Constance nnd the adoption of n permanent mili- Tenth Chasseurs uml ItHiine'r" the "Marseilbuilding is a job for poli- part of buyers to hold on placing their Clark of i'asadena. Cnl., Is the execu- tary policy. The naval bill presented laise" honored few was our own Professor that road the President descended Iho orders Is limiting production, as thn tive. Miss Clark before her recent to the senate also Is larger than that l.uVaul Dodge, of tho class of 1872, ticians rather than a work for train- mines cannot storo steps to the launch. As the launch becoal at the point of coming to France was director of the passed by the house, carrying an ed engineers. Three highway comgun to move a company of Marines who was granted tho Doctor of of $010,272,000 and production, nnd when ,the rush of big Y. W. C. A. Hostess House ut Camp the personnel to 101,000 men. and veterans of the Yser presented Laws degree, aftor. many years of missioners have just been selected orders for tho winter's needs comes Lewis, Washington. All contracts, lenses and rentnls foi iirms and cries of "Vive Wilson!" Plans for President Wilson's faithful service as a teacher. For lo spend Tennessee's road .money. next fnll there Is grave danger that will be handled by tour In support of the treuty "Vive Auierlquel" uml "Vive la Palxl" tho past forty-liv- e years ho has Ono of them Is said to have bad ex- the mines, with depleted labor forces new building .Miss Austin of New York City, League of Nations cmonnnt are been connected with Berea College, perience as a practical road build- and the probability of less adequate nn ixpeilenred nrcliltect anil bulldi r, and yet completed, not he It Is latterly as Professor Emeritus of er. Tlie other two have political transportation, will tic unable to meet j who will work through this newly cre- certainly will go ns but ns to said Pa- Premier Nittl'a Residence Threatened. tho far Itomo. Serhfus. disorders marked qualifications only. It will bo a the dumunds. Tho result of such a sit- - ated section. Political Science and Greek. cific coast. Ills return lo America will demonstrations In We join with others in extending great thing for tho roads, and for nation would he nn Insufllelent supply Plans for remodeling and decorat- not lie much longer delayed, and ns Homo. The participants attempted to ing rooms, clubs and hostess houses soon as he has Saiken In Washington whon the idea congratulations to our esteemed tho for the requirements of domestic congeneral that tho best men to sumers, public utilities ami Industrial luken over by the Y. W. O. A. will be nnd New York lie will start on bW reach the residence of Premier Nlttl, recogfriend on this In the hands of Miss Mary Iluchannn, trip. The opposition senators ill so are but were dr von back by largo forces nition of ripe scholarship and dis- build roads aro the men who have users generally. of military police. Order Anally was an Interior decorator, who comes orig- arranging tours In which. It Is undermade a study of tinguished service which ho has "It Is believed that requirements for inally (rum Scotland, but who has been stood, they will both precede and fol- rumored. Southern Agriculturist. this year." rends a Survey statement working In France for the Amerlcun low tho president. lriulved. fo Fuel Administrator fiarfleld. "will Y. W. 0. A since the beginning of Its i Former Premier Dead. tie nbout K!0,000,000 tons of bituminous war work there. Jnssy. ltoiiinnuln. Plerro P. Cam. Bethmann.HolKveg Requec'.j Trial. The agitation In Ill's country In becomIn iid'lltlon. the department Is coal, of which approximately 'I0.O0O.OIKI founer Premier of Itoumunla, Is dead. TEACHER SHORTAGE SERIOUS But If Berlin. Dr. Theehiilil m piling lists, suggestions nnd general half of "Free Ireland" Is Increasing, toiu' have been used from stock wan Ki years old. dono Culls for teachers are coining former Hun.. in Cliiin-ci'll- i and the movement bus reached such lie last year, leaving roo,O00,0O0 shopping guides for nil thu buying of formally bus asked he allied tons to be produced. Of '. tfaga from all part of tho Slato. Hotter this SOO.OOO.-00- the Association In Fr'ince, Including proportions that It cannot be Ignored. Train Hits Automobile. pilpment from The propaganda Is carried on enerall kinds of building Haiaiiie than in the past are being mill uSMiciuted Powers to place lilm oil tons 178,000,000 tons were producKiiyion. i wo persons wero klllei teen trial Instead of tho former ICmporor. ed during the first live mouths, leaving creti nne curtains to plumbing sup- getically and openly and tho governoffered for teachers in rural schools, two died shortly after hnvlnir ronrhiV bo as- 822.000,000 tons to bo produced In the plies. ment could not do anything to check j.i.il experience is not demanded. Tho former Chuncellor suj n hospital, another sustained lnturli lurijjj sumes for the uets of ruiiuiiiilng 30 weeks, or it it average of Kamomi Do Vuleru, A cafeteria expert will hare a place It If It would. Young people of character and Hermuny during In period of olllee, 10.700.000 tons a week. "president of the Irish Republic," who which probably will resu It futu v. mnl I In the department to act as general adfive others w ore badly cut and bruised huvo a fine opportunity to uml place lilimrtlf lit the il .positl of "Thus fur this year production has visor on restaurant uml cafeteria proj- has been In America for suverul weeks V get a atari this year which will tin) ullles. The rtxjuwfct of tnu former heeu at the rate of 8.200,000 tuns a ects of the Association throughout visiting Washington mid other cities, when it northbound llnltlmoru and Ohio passenger train crushed Into un bus emerged from Ids privacy and U a groat advantage to them ClmiiceJIur wufc miiilt' June 2J In t week. In 1018 production was at the France. P uutomohllo ut u crossing near Tlppo-tiino- e In short, tho department I to be publicly working for the Independence (er on whon bolter positions de- coiiiiiiuiilctilUili to Premier Clomenceuu, rate of ll,:i00,000 tons a week. City, 12 miles uorth of Duyton. Von President of the conference. "This production will be dllllcult of ac- more than finance alone. It Is to be a of his country uml arranging for n Thu manding axpcriHiico are open. Any llethiimuu-llollwtig- , entire party, with the exemtton It In said, desired complishment. The capacity of operat- kind of general advisory department bond Issue of $:i,000.000. lie gave out one inloresloil in these rural sohool to take tills Mep on liny 'JO, hut re- ing mines ut the present time with labor .mil clearing house for nil other de- the text of a letter his "government" of Klmer ltcssler, who Jumped In ttina !".sit,ujw would do well to frained at tliut time (in the Hxoressed now on tho payroll Is ubout 10 lower partments In the French association sent lo the peuce conference wurulug to escupo serious Injury, were carried al once with Dean McA- with of the (Ionium Hovermuut. than It was last year. This deficiency n department where dollars will be It thut Ireland would not ho bound with tho wreckage on tho pilot of tht llister of the Berea Norinul School. may ho iihuIq. up. hi U'uJ-f- ic wholtxjf mciuurvd up ugulust dtds and need by any treaty signed In Its behalf by engine a thousand (out. DO YOU LIVE IN THE MOUNTAINS? mm Pije One) poie 1'fngllsh commissioners. Ills main pur In coming to tho United States W Attend Mountain Summer School I.etfnw-Vorbec- k self-contr- ol June 6 to July and July to August 15 counter-revolutio- non-sectaria- n, he-clt- Col-Ic- go Ln-b- or COALSLGRTAGE ON WAY; GOVT. STARTS SAYSJY NOW e s Hri-vlr- fnr vllm Hnllroad-Administratio- n hull-tnlno- first-nam- ed 0 s Star-Spungl- speech-makin- g v tax-paye- rs, us woll-nierit- ed road-buildin- g. mmiii-llollwo- 0 . ain-bi'i- ou i 1 to July 3, 1010, tiik crnziN nn unnsiin.1 time for men to bo nt wont In a forge. Ilo remembered two men in the tnproom who were nnd wore the shapeless leather aprons of the smithy. Ho had been standing there not more than half a minute peering In the direction from whenco enmo the rhythmic bntu? of tho nnvll at no great distance, lie W8 convinced bnre-nrme- d Page Three. I I Scene of Battle of Concord GREEN FANCY I j ill GEORGE A RAM ictt-- a rcCUIUitUN ft "sW ' ftRAUSTARK,- - THE HOLLOW OF HER HAND," "THE ASor nrilMr-r- ' rv fr a t nl pro SYNOPSIS. Barnes, K. CltAPTEH wealthy New Ynrker. on a walking trip through New England. Ik caught In n storm miles fn.m hi destination. At crossroad) point lis meets n girl In the mini plieht. White they discuss the sittho uation nti nuti untitle, sent to Kflrl nrrlves and ll.irnm la given a lift to Mart's tavern while the xtrl Ik token on In Imt dentinal Inn. which Klie tell) Barnes Ik place railed tlieen Fancy. tnt CIIAI'Trit 11 At the tavern Barnes fall In with n stranded troupe of actor, headed hy Lyndon llimhcroft, and becomes Interested In the in. CHAPTER III. Mr. Ruthcroft Dissolve, Mr. Jones In. tervenet, and Two Men Ride Away. Mr. llushcrnft explained tlint he hnd liml IiIh supper. In fact, lie went on to confens, lie linil lioon compelled, like the tloir, to "spenk" for It. What could be more disgusting, more lU'grnd-Inlie mourned, tlinn tho spectacle of a mini who hud appeared In nil of tin principal theaters of Iho Innd ns tdnr nnd lending support to rtnrs. settling for IiIh supper hy telling stories iiml reciting poetry In tho tnproom g. of tavern? he consented, when Mr. "Still. )turtie Insisted that It would he n kindness to htii). "since you put It Hint wny, I dare say I could do with n Mill" smirk, ns you no aptly put It. Jut it hlte or two. What have you ready, n 1 Tilly?" Miss Tilly wns a buxom female of forty or theronbonts, with spectacles. She was one of n pair of sedentnry waitresses who hud been so lone In the employ of Mr. Junes Uint ha hnted the sight of them. Mr. Hiidirroft' conception of a bile or two may have stnggered Barnes but It did not bewilder Miss Tilly, lie had four cers with his hnm, nnd other thine In proixirtlon. Ho talked it great nYat, proving In that wny that It was n supper well worth speaking for. AmotiK other thine he dilated tit creat length upon Ids reasons for not being a member of the Plnvtni or the Lambs In New York clty.,H-s;e,nthat he had promised IiIm detir, devoted wife that he would never Join n club of any description. Dear old girl, he wouhj ns conn havu cut off his right hand 'as to break nny jiromlso made to her. Ilo brushed something nwny from his eyt'S, and his chin, contracting, trembled slightly. "What Is It, Mr. Ha con? Any word from New York?" Mr. ltttcon hovered near, perhaps hungrily. "Our genial host has Instructed me to nny to his latest guest that the rates nre two dollars u dny, In checks payable nil dining-rooon presentation," mild Mr. Huron, apologetically. Htihhcroft exploded. "O scurvy Insult," he boomed. "Confound The new guest was amiable. Ho !' IIs his" Interrupted the outraged star. "Tell Mr. Jones that I shnll Fettle promptly," he said with it smile. "It has Just entered bis benn that you may be nn netor, Mr. Hnnes," paid Hacon. Miss Tilly, overhenrlng, drew a step or two nearer. A sudden Interest In She had not Mr. Barnes developed. noticed before that ho was an tmcoiii, nionly She alfellow. ways had said that she adored strong, "alhulellc" faces. Later on she felt Inspired to Jot down, for use no doubt In Homo future literary production, n concise, .though general, description of the magnificent Mr. Humes. Sho utilized the bnck of tho bill of faro and sho wrote with the feverish nrdor of one who d remit the loss of n first Impression. I herewith append her visual estlmuto of the good-lookin- engineer, nnd ivdltii ( ValenMetropolitan Office, Harnes. building, New York city. Hesldence, Clubs : (Lack Amsterdam mansion. of space prevents listing them here), ltecrratlnns, golf, tennis mid horseback rltllng. Fellow of tho Itoyal Geosociety. graphical Member of tho Lonl legion nnd 'the Sous of tho Atnerlcnn Itevolutlpn. Added to this, tho mcro announcement that h6 was In a position to Indulge u fancy for long and perhaps aimless walking tours, through more sections' of his or les own country, to say nothing of excursions In Europe. He wnn rich, l'erhnps not ns riches days, aro measured In these Mldns-llkhut rich beyond the demands of His legncy bad been an nmplo one. Tho fact Hint he worked hard at bis profession from one year's end to the other not excluding the sir devoted to mentally productive Jaunts Is proof sufficient that he was not content to subsist on the fruits of another man's enterprise. Ho wns n worker. The first fortnight of a proposed six weeks' Juunt through upper New ICnglund terminated when ho laid aside his heavy park In the little bedCockcrow room at Hart's Tnvern. would find him ready and eager to begin hi third week. At least so ho thought. Hut, truth Is, he had como to his Journey's end; he was not to sling bis park for meny a day to come. After setting the mind of the landlord nt rest Harnes declined Mr. Jtushcroft's Invitation to "qunlT" n cordial with him In the taproom, explaining that he wits exceedingly tired and Intended to retire early. Instead of going up to his room Immediately, Mwwevcr, ho decided to have n look nt the weather. His uneasiness concerning the young woman of the crossroads Incrensod as he jicered at tho wnll of blackness looming up beyond the circle of light. She wns Bomwhero outside- - that sinister bluck wall and In the smothering grasp of those InvlMblo hills, hut was (die living or dead? Hnd sho reached her Journey's end safely? Jle tried to extract comfort from the confidence sho hud expressed In the ability nnd Integrity of the old man who drove with far greater recklessness than ono would have looked for In a wild and Irresponsible youngster. He recalled with n thrill the Imperious manner In which sho gave directions to the man, and his surprising servility. It suddenly occurred to him that she wns no ordinary person; he wns rather untaxed that he had not thought of It before. Moreover, now that he thought of It, there was, even In the agreeable had made to his offerings, tho faint suggestion of nn accent that should have struck him at the time but did not for fhe otnlous reason that he was then not at ull Interested In her. llvr KiiglNh wns so perfect that he had failed to detect the almost Imperceptible foreign llavor that now took definite form In his redactions, lie tried to place this uccent. 'Was It French or Itiillnn or Spanish? It was not Ccrmnn. Ho took a few turns up and down Die long porch, stopping finally nt the upper end. The clear. Inspiring clang Barnes, tine) e nva-ric- e. hero of this story: "Ilo was a tall, shapely specimen of mankind, "wrote Miss Tilly. Smooth-shaved "Broad-shouldered- . face. Pen- Ml I ) Nose Ideal. Mouth same. Voice nnd reverberating with Age about thirty or education, d thirty-one- . Itlcb ub Croesus. legs, good no- inako a turned blcmnn." All this would appear to ho reasonably definite were (ti but for, the note regarding tho colon 'jfcls'liiilr. It g leaves to mo tho sltaplo task of tho very admirable description lof Mr. Harnes by announcing that Mis Tilly's hair was tin extremely I dark brown. Also It Is advisable to append the following biographical Information: ThotnnH Kingsbury Harnes, engineer, born In Montclalr, N. J., September Cornell and Heuux Arts, 20, 1SSS. lii rls. Son of tho Into Htcobcu S. ing. etrating gray eyes. Short, curly hnlr Strong about the color of mine. hands of good shape. Faco tanned Heavy dark eyebrows. considerable. Good teeth, very white. Squuro chin. Lovely smile that seemed to light up the room for everybody within heararistocratic Well-Woul- com-bletln- score and three years ago, tho federation of the thirteen colonies Into a federal union wns a political event of prime Import; today it Is overshadowed hy tho thing of which Tcnnysotl dreamed. "Tho Federation of the World." Tho Declaration of Independence is a state paper of such significance ns to stand In a class by Itself. It Immortnllzed every man who signed It. "These united colonies nre to stand nlone nnd even nloof, ns nnd of right ought to bo free nnd in- Washington counseled, was to he prudependent states; nbsolved from all dent. No alliance was possible save allegiance to the British crown; and with thnt which they had Just reall connection between them nnd Great nounced kingcraft. Britain, Is nnd ought to be totally disOld Order Abolished. But "the old order changeth, giving solved." So run the words of fire the idealism of which was to be mndc real place to new." Today, In 1910, the If need be, by the lives, as well ns the proper soe.'al desire of the Individual property nnd sacred honor of the sig- Is to "live In a house by the side of natories. But the Declaration of In- the road and be n friend to man." And terdependence of all free peoples will similarly, to live In the crossroads of overtop that of July 4, 1770, as the the nations and show vital Interest In oak overtops the daisy. all that pertains to humanity Is the proper attitude for the nation. The Great Patriotic Aim. Fnn.-y?But at that time Independence was setting for the next act on the world "Well," begun tho landlord, lowering the biggest and best thing the fathers stage mu.'t be big enough for Interbis voice, "It's nbout two mile and n could purchnsc In n wnr of seven dependence and Internationalism. In up the mountain. It's half from here, years. They could not enjoy the un- terdependencc is life and opportunity a house and people live In it, same as rights of "life, liberty and both. "We must hang together or nny other bouse. That's ubout all alienable of happiness" while ruled for will htng separately." we the pursuit there Is to say about It." By maintaining Independence and by Great Britain, for to be subject to "Why Is It called Green Fancy?" Fnglnud meant to be robbed nnd ex- aloofness the futhers hoped to sucu green house," re- ploited, Jailed or l.angcd at the behest ceed; Isolation spelled safety, and so "Because. It's "Owen as n of a half-mnplied Jones succinctly. Gerriau, George III, who they trusted that a deep, wide moat nt gourd. A man named Curtis built It wore tho British crown. their front door, the Atlantic ocean, a couple o' years ago and he had u And so the patriots proposed to would keep their foes at a distance of fool idie about pnlntln' - It green, stand alone, to be Independent. They 3,000 iniKs while they should gain iilght lm' Ix en a little crnzy. for ull proposed nn equitable self-rulon lines numbers end wealth and experience in I know. Anyhow, after he got It. finmore liberal than ever had been tried ; governing themselves. They minted to live In It, there were to be neither kings nor coins bearing the Inscriptions, ished he settled down "Let Me end fr " thut day to this he'ii never kinglets but rather a state of human Alone" and "Don't Step on Me." the .lecu c.it ii tho place." equality. latter beneath the figure of a colled "Isn t It possible that he Isn't there Across the wnter It was n dark day rattlesnake, nnd cutting themselves"!! . at all?" for human rights. In nil Kurope lib- from world politics nnd world Inter"He's there, nil right. Kvery hov erty wus eclipsed; there was not one ests they became a and then ho bus visitors Just like free people. Monnrchs were supreme people, enjoying free assem this woman todiy nnd sometime;, .uul more or less tryannlcal; and so, bly, free speech, free press and free they como down here for supper. They don't besltnte to speak of him, so be must be there. Miss Tilly bus got the men rodp orr in tne direction of the STAND ON SITE CF TRAGEDY hleo that ho Is a recluse, If you know crossroads. wlint that Is." Barnes waited until they were muf- Ancient Willow Trees Believed to Be fled by dlstanco and then turned to wns Further conversation Near Scene of the Deportation by the Irregular clatter of Jones with the laconic remark: of the Acadlans. 'They seem to bo foreigners, Mr. i Off horses' hoofs on tho macadam. j to the left n dull red glow of light Jones." Whoever hns read Longfellow's Jones' .manner became natural once spread across the roadway and n poem. "F.vnngeltne." will be Interested man's voice called out, "Whoa, dang 'more. Ho leaned ngnlnst ono of tho In visiting tho loud of nvnngellne, the posts nnd, striking a match on his leu, yoi" Annapolis valley In Nova Scotia,' CanTho door of the smithy bad been relighted Us pipe. ada and the country about Wolfvllle, brown open nnd someone was lead"Kind o' curious about 'em?" he which I tho center. Grand Pre, the ing forth freshly shod hows. drawled. little village which wus the scelie of prancA moment later the horses "It never entered my mind until this the deportation of tho Acndlans In ing, animals their distant to be curious," said Harnes, 1755, Is only a short distance from bridle bits held by n strapping black"Well, It entered their minds ubout Wolfvllle, but little Is left of tho vilsmith, came Into view. Harnes looked nn hour ago to bo curious about you," lage where the tragedy told of by the In the direction of the steps. The two eald the other. poet was enacted. The chief object of men hud disappeared. Instead of stopInterest In what was once Grand Pre, (Continued next week.) ping directly In front of the steps the tire the mammoth, gnarled ancient wilsmith led his charge quite a distance low trees, known ns Hvnngellne's wilbeyond and Into tho darkness. lows, which stand, a conspicuous group, IS WRECKED amid the fertllo green meadows and Putnam Jones abruptly changed his FARMER'S HOME position. He Insinuated his long body They show servo as a wlndbrenk. between Ha rues and' the doorway, at Yeoa Secure More than $6,000 When their age, these ancient tree, and were Wisconsin Robbery Is the Mimo time rather loudly proclaimundoubtedly planted by the French Carried Out. ing that tho rain appeared to be over. for the Acndlans luvnrlnbly "Yes, sir," be repeated, "sho seems planted willows wherever they settled, Huclne, Wis., Juno 250. The homo and these trees are perpetual memoto have let up altogether. Ought to Beside tho willows, havo n ulco day tomorrow, Mr. Barnes of William Gostuler, weulthy farmer rials of them. of the town of Yorkvllle, sltuuted near there may be seen at tho slto of Grand ulce, cool duv for wnlkln'." Voices cumo up f.;om the darkness. Union Grove, wns utmost completely Pre the old well, jiortlons of the founSome One Spoke Suddenly at Hie Jones had not been able to cover them wrecked and over $0,000 stoleu when dations of the church of St. Charles, Elbow. with bis own. Harnes caught twq or yeggmen blew open, the safo In the audkfcomc htones that mark thorite of three sharp commands, rising above house. Gold and sliver coltw In the' the prlestsThouse. Theso willow trees of a hammer on an anvil fell sud tho pawing of horses' hoofs, and then sure were bent double and burled In nre always visited by tourists, and denly upon Ids ears. Ho looked at his history docs not exactly tally the ground. n great clatter us tint mounted Jiorse watch. The hour was nine, certainly " d o Cer-tnln- ly Intor-rupted . ' blgh-splrlte- d , nhen some nop spoke s'ltddoily nt bK elbow. He whirled nnd found iiluiscJt facing the gaunt Inndlonl. "flood Lord! vYou startled me," hi exclnlnted. Ills gnzo travelH post tin tall figure of Putnam Jones nnd r" I ! on Hint of n sermid mail, win? l 'ii d with legs crossed and nns fold- d. ngnlnst tin porch tsist directly In fr. i' of the entrance to the houe. his fture utmost wholly conrenh-- nv tt slouch hat that cm.ic far down over his eyes. He, too lk sremed to Humes, bad sprung tri.in nowhere. "Fierce night," said Putnam .lone removing the corncob, pipe from 1.1 lips, rhen, as nn nftcrthnuSht. "Whore'd you walk from today?" "I slept In n farmhouse Innt nisi, about ffteen miles sjtith ot this plttco I should say," "That'll be n little ways out of Kast Cobb," speculated Mr. Jones. "Five or six miles." "Ooln' over Into Cnnnda?" "No." I shnll turn west, I think, nnd strike for the Lake Champhiln conn ry." "I stippne you've traveled light siimrt In Kuropc?" "Quite n hit, Mr. Jones." "Any partlc'lnr part?" "No," said Harnes, suddenly dlvln-In- s that he w?s being "pumped." "One end to the other, you might say." "What about them countries down around Htilgnrln and Iloumnnln? been considerable Interested In whnt's going to become of them If Germany gets licked. What ilo they get out of It, cither wnyi" Harnes spout the next ten m'nntes n expatiating, upon the future of the stales. Jnnc had little to say. He was Interested, and drank In nil the Information that Harnes had tntm-pnrHe pulTtd at his pipe, nodded his head from time to time, and put a leading question. And qnl'e ns abruptly ;is be introduced the topic be changed It. "Not niitfiioblles up here this time o' the year," he snld. "I was lR'n you said n fela l;i tie s irprlsed ler bad e'ven you n lift. Where from?" "The i rossroads n mile down. He cnire front tho direction of Frogg's Porner and was on his wny to meet mcone nt Spanish Falls. It that there was a misunderstanding. The driver didn't meet the train, so the person he wns going after wrll:ed all the way to the forks. We hnppeneil upon each otiier there, Mr. Jones, and wo studied the signpost She whj bound for, u place called Green Fancy."" "Did you say she?" "Yes. I was proposing to help hoi out of her predicament when the belated motor cume racing down the slope." "What for sort of looking lady wnf she?" "Sho wore a veil," said Harnes succinctly. "Young?" "I had that Impression. Hy the wny, Mr. Jones, what and where Is Green hrond-ljrlmmc- d Hal-kat. occn-slornll- y "By the rude bridge that arched the flood, their flag to April's breeze unfurled, stood and fired the shot heard round the world." Out I was never surprised at any re- semblance that appeared whentyour boys and ours stood side by side In the trenches. The mlnutcman of Concord Is the Ideal of the youmr Englishman of today, who Uung himself over the top, giving away his comforts and risking Ills life for every man In his company. We long to see England rich In Just such young men as your mlnuteman, and you make the same prayer tor America, so that In this, as In all the things by which men live, you and "we have tho same alms liberty and the service of our country and our Goil. I saw a very beautiful expression of the feeling between us on Memorial day last year, says a writer In Scrlbner's. I went early In the morning to the Old North bridge with (lowers for the mlnuteman, a Southern friend was 1th me, and the two lost causes, British and Confederate, were atone on the bridge, We laid flowers before the mlnuteman and on the Crave of the two Ilr.llBh soldiers whoso fate so moved Hawthorne. His spirit may have joined us as we passed the Old Manse, but no one else was to be seen, when suddenly a ghostly procession came through the mist six old veterans Just rtsen from their graves; four tiny boy scouts hardly yet born; and two young men of the present currying a bugle and a flag. They went first to the British grave, and for the first time In history they laid on It England's flag and a branch of New England apple blossoms; they saluted, blew a bugle call, and passed on to do the same for the mlnuteman and his flag. Then they stood In line on the bridge-ea- ch of the 12 threw a flower Into the river and saluted, while the leader said: "We salute all, the sailors who died In the Civil war." Then after a last ghostly bugle call they melted away Into the mist. Was It the mist of past or future? for they had saluted the three great farts of past, present and future history the birth of democracy, tho friendship of and the future peace of the world which will surely spring from It here once the embattled FREEDOM OVER ALL THE EARTH Due Recognition of Human Rights Now the Aim I'e of Mankind. Independence hall Is holy ground at tho entrance to which, like Moses at the bush of fire, reone should move Ids shoes ; but It pales Into beInsignificance side Interdependence hall which someday we must build acrosi the street from the "birthplace of American liberty." One hundred, two religion, but making Americanism dangerously nenr a big provincialism. We helped no other people to gain our glorious liberty. All wns well If we were let nlone by the political nnd warring world. Autocracy In Hout. But n new world order has come In. The western hemisphere Is nil free. China has astonished the world by el("t!ng a president. 'The benr thnt walks like a man" becomes humnn for u fortnight nnd Is free rntll his liberty, mistaken for' license, enslaved him to the bolshevik!. France and Portugal are free; Grent Britain, our ancient oppressor, Is free nnd Is our friend. The British empire Is free, n galaxy of great peoples t'anada, Australia, New Zenlnnd, South Africa all free, even though n figurehend king Is Its nominal head; but Lloyd George, democrat, not George V ntitocrat, Is the real ruler of the British empire I Now for "Peace on Earth." Free peoples do not menace the tranquility; of the world; they ore not bent on conquest; they seek not to Impose their will on their neighbors, even though the neighbor be weak nnd small. They covet nothing which Is their neighbor's. They stand for peace on earth and good will nmong men. The considerations alike of safety and ethics demand the observation of the golden rule nmong nations. On July 4. 1770, the old Liberty bell rang out In order to "proclaim liberty throughout nil the land, unto all the Inhabitants thereof." Suppose, that on another July 4 it were permitted to wheezy .voice to raise Its cracked-nnd- . do a bigger nnd far nobler tiling: Proclaim liberty to all the oppressed of the world I Wrhere Is the man who would not wish to live In that good world? Surely not one would pray with Simeon, "Lord, lettest thou thy servant now depart In peace." Let nil the free peoples of tho world send representatives to meet hall.--" In Independence Let them crefttb and s,Ijjri a liobler document than thnt which the fathers mado and signed; nobler and larger for one reason only the new document will he tho Declaration of Interdependence. That declaration will enable nil free peoples to stand against the aggression of autocratic spoilers. It will assert the solidarity of all who stand for freedom and who love their fellow men. It will set forth the growing sense of human brotherhood. It will express In larger measure the high political Ideals of our time. It may not ring In n thousand years of pence, hut It will herald that dawn-- v When light shall spread, and man be llker man, "9k Through all the circle of the golden yen. - I with the poet's nccount of the deporta-- " tlons of Oie Acndlans, and though there may be n division of opinion ns to the Justice of the net by the Kncllsh In the deportation of the Acndlans, tho' old y willows tell no tales, but shmd.-sturdstrong, nnd nre sightly landmark nnd still hale nnd vigorous. Poetical Inspiration. It Is not about great ownt that rrent novels nre written. Tho snmo Not "tho 15. Is true of great poem. decisive battles of tho world," but. such relatively unltnportnnt ones asj. Balaklava. Ivry, Hoheillnden nnd Blen-- i r helm have Inspired tlu poets. Wn- -' to be the,', terloo wns considered greatest battle of modem times, but' the lines Byron Inserted In "Chlldes Harold" constitute the only memorable poem evr written nbout tt. Tim only ballad of the Civil wnr, which became fixed forever In people's minds related to no great battle but to Stone- -' wall Jackson's march through tho little town of Frederick. fc( r I l I'd l ill j J'tuno in mountain ranges of time, that lenfo Literature little to the imuglnntlon. thrives by the streams of legend and glory that ruu down from them ond by the lanes nnd roads of emotion, aspiration, passion nnd endeavor that lead up to them. The side lights and, side Issues nnd everyduy events make; literature, as thexninke life Itself. ' ' ' ii r t I f . K Paso Four THE CITIZEN July .1, 1019. Berea College Hospital Hcl Equipment niu! Service t Lowest CoM. Wnrtl for Men and (or Women. . a t .i atm-- i iiriorf i mme uniiip, t.M..a.l.. .jci.iw. r.irvnic Mrs. Eva Walden ihiii, t.. Surgery, Care in Child birth, Eye, Noae and Ear Come in nml vllt unit In reach of all GENERAL PRACTICE nn etntHhment, which l n the people. friend In neeiL Fine Milliner Ready -to- -Wear P Koiirrt H. Cowi.ky, M.D., I'liTtlclan llARt.AN DUIILKY, M.D., PliyMcllin Mrk. Helk.v Mrs. Anna 1'iiwrll Hackktt, Stkarn Siiarpic, R.N., Superintendent R.N., AslMnnt CHANGE IN RATES Rcglnnlng Mnrch I, the rates for honnl nnil room of private patient will be $15 to f 18 per week. The rates for patients cared for In the wards will remain the same $t per day. Hy Order of Prudential Committee, Iterea College Ladies' Dresses, Corsets, Hosiery, Fine Underwear, Waists in all the Midsummer Materials MEMBER LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, QATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A See our pretty Midsummer Dresses in Voile and Georgette FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Best Quality" for Least Moneys Best Blacksmithing 1,800,000,000 Dollars in Gold f u n a n ti in M m c" ST 7 ifi tu arj era hoi I. !( kit P tut till fr( ml tin! frM sal oir HIUU Y geg iiumV biffi Pusff miiu i lisla Mrs. Laura Gabbard lias resigned million dollars in gold is held by the EIGHTEEN hundred licr position in I). G. Hales' store, Banks ns the reserve of the banks winch where eho has worked for the past Scientific horse shooing, fine iron are the members of the Federal Reserve System. Mr. and Mrs. Buck Preston ol WITH THE CHURCHES ten months. Mr. Hales expects to work and repairs of all descriptions carry on his work with tho aid of I Heatty villi- - are visiting Mr. and Mrs. This bank, as a member of the system, shares in the protection at the Collcgo Blacksmith Shop, 1.1. 1.1 11. - Frank Prnslnn nn Tlniwit dtrnol UNION SERVICE ins iwu iiuugiuiTS r.. mis- suiiiiiit;!". lur afforded by this great reserve. As our customer you ulso share Main Street, north of The Citizen U. HUUIC Of UlllClniiaU IS The llev. John Cunningham, pas- MS W., .,lnv .I.,l - Il, ..rimnrv ' ad. e . ..1 a i t 11... i Office. in this benefit. 11.1 ...,l,t.. ... ...t ni.,.i .. u f napusv c.iurcn, win teachers of the Herea Baptist Sun- as uiiuruiur uuu uukui. iiguui. ill mo pruauu 111 me pavilion, naCK 01 WC day school took the Primary Depart Baker & Logsdon, Dentists lrnry, Smiilny evening at 7::30 N; 'Tl,,rr,B ment out to VanWinklc Grove where Ofllco Hours from 8 to 5. MU- of t',p "m,a ,lal)tisl' Ho on timo for the praise 'they served supper at 5'30 p m ol,arb'c- - 0,lal ,,;,,,un;h nwl w'n' Mrf- Jnmo M1kfi,; w"rcp- - ,r; I)ick after which some lively games were 1 uesday L. & N. TIME TABLE evening and wero favored Irtte will sing. Thtvo services are enjoyed by the children. nlt1.t.l.ilfl Northbound I... rt i.nm. (lllitKiul inn n...l linimllitlnl f I .....I Vjltlllt; iiik turn iruilt'liuiill rmi jimiii, I'....... mill IlilVO 11 Oscar C. Wyatt returned to Bcrci lpccch bymni 3:38 a. m. Train No. 31 rhvirmsin from slinre , Ul0 gow llng9 of , this week and is at present employ Shelbyville, who is at present a Gospel, p. m. Train No. 38.-1- 2:50 COM.MITTHE. road lo Iho creek, thenco with LAKES EARLY ed in the College Printing Oillcc. p. m. No. 32 5:31 Train guest at Uoono Tavern. the old creek bed, up tho creek Tho Richmond Register of June 30 Doctor Fclton returned on Sat i Southbuond Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grant of Itich- lo Kuiah Hansbery's line, and prints the following account of :i urday from Providence, It. I., where n)omj aml nieir son, Montcll, who Train No. 31 12:40 a. m. Union Church being Hie west side of tho John marriage, wlurh many Herea friends ho was attending commencement lmg jusl returned from over seas. Train No. 3312:25 p. m. The Sunday-schowith classes will read with interest. The Citizen A. Anglin and Mary A. Anglin and a class reunion at Brown Uni- - nI1( MIS wifC) visil(,,i relatives in for all at 9:45. Preaching 1:10 p. m. Train No. 37 service Joins in extending congratulations tract of land. vcrsity, of which ho is a graduate. ueroa Saturday and Sunday. at it a.m. 2nd tract. Beginning at a stako to Mr. and Mrs. Lakes. ' The Louisville Hoard of Educa- tie nan a mosi enjoyable visit, and Wo are glad lo welcome Fleming in Henry Abnoy's line, running tion has placed an order for 1,000 among other interesting events be Grimih back homo after several Tho many friends of C D. Lakes, with n double mulberry a copies of Professor Lewis' book, .witnessed the conferring of the months of only son of Mr. and Mrs. Bronston service over seas. Baptist Church straight line up tho hill to a "Water Hoys," for supplementary Doctor or Laws degree upon Maj. junior Awards and Miss Carroll, Lakes, of this clly, were agreeably Sunday school, 0:15 a. m. stake in R. J. West's lino on top reading in the schools of Louisville. (ien. Enoch H. Crowder, Judgo Ad- - Edwards snrpiied when that splendid young arc in Herea this week. Preaching services, 11:00 a. m, of tho ridge. Including the man became a benedict and look Prof. C. D. Lewis left on Monday vocate General of the United States I)r. and Mrg- - lN- - L. Goodrich of H. Y. P. U., 0:15 p. m, right of way over tho lnnd unto partner a life himself for Lancaster, where he will have Army, which was granted by Brown Smll) jiaveili Micll- - SVi:ni Saturday' Prayer meeting Tlnirsday even The Martha II. Anglin and charge of the Joint Institute of Univorsity. bride, Miss Edna Gay Early, an,i Sunday of last week with Mr. ing at 8:00 oclock. others, and running with Henry is a beautiful and accomplished Garrard and Boyle county teachers. Miss Una Gabbard and Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Lewis, on Center Rev. John Cunningham, Pastor. young Abney's lino (o tho county road. lady and numbers her Later engagements arc: Woodford-Jessamin- e, Weathorby, Miss Mabel Lewis and street. The Goodrich's were enroulc Sale to bo made on a credit of six friends by the .score. She is a July 7; Clay, July 14; Mr. Victor, Mr. Applchaus and Miss by auto to Chattanooga, via: Cum- daughter of Mrs. Martha Early, of months; purchaser will bo required Bell, July 21; Harlan, July 28; Har- Helen Bowman, Miss Elizabeth Flan- - berland Gap and Knnxville; return- -, Methodist Episcopal Church Herea, and was a member of the lo give bond with approved securrison, August t; and Floyd, August cry and Mr. Woody, Miss Ella Hern- - ing home via: Nashville. Making Sunday school 0:45 a. m. 11. staff of the Herea College Library. ity for the payment of Uio purchase don, Neva Chrisman and Axel Ern- - (he trip in two weeks, sleeping in Preaching service at :00 a. m The groom u in the employ of tho money, lo have the force and efNext Sunday is Booster Sunday at berg, had a delightful trip to Twin their car and cooking in tho open Epworth League Meeting 0.15 p. m fect of a Judgment, bearing legal inthe Baptist church. Tho pastor wil. Mountains Monday, June 30. The making an ideal way to spend a va- Prayer meeting 7:30 p. in., Wed L iV N. railroad at Ravenna, and is terest from dalo of sale, with n lien a young man possessing raro busipreach on "The Old Time Religion." party was conducted by the Rev. cation. nesday. reserved on said land until all tho ness ipialitlrations and endowed Miss Leanna Mitchell is homo for Brother Hudspeth preached a! John Cunningham and Professor with most exemplary habits and purchaso money Ms paid. forceful and instructive sermon in Peck. All report a flno time with a visit with her mother and sister G. S. GRIFFIN, M. C II. C C SUNDAY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE well worthy of the heart and hand at their home on Center street. j the pavilion last Sunday evening. plenty of refreshments. JUNE 37 of tho fair lady he has won. The Miss Minnie Gray, a Herea grad-- j He dwelt in general upon the nePrivate Lloyd Jarvis, recently re- flfll i.mnri V vuna tim.fiirriinil I... llm ate of the class of '17, is spending cessity of "Seeing Jesus" in creation, turned from over seas, is visiting KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Rev. W. J. Hudspeth, pastor of Here. Methodist several days in Berea with her tho miraculous, the prophecies, the his brother, Bill Jarvis, in Berea Saturday evening' Following is a list of tho Ken- Christian church, Attendance, 71; Collection, $1.87. atonement, on tho Cross, in the Tomb, J. S. Gotl went to Cincinnati Mon friend, Miss Helen Shannon. about 9:00 oclock, at the home of lucky ralrs nnd their dates, so far West End Misson Mr. and Mrs. C. C Early and little and on the Throne. The attendance day night on a business trip Ihe bride's mother, in the presence a bavo been reported to us. Sco- I flfinrrlif nr nprii-m- l T.' n c r Inal t"r.i i Attendance, 31; Collection, 44c. was good, and the spirit of the Ed. Fothergill, Robert and Ernest "1.,' Mr. While, a of Herea of a few close relative and friends, rolaries aro asked lo report any meeting worshipful and inspira- Welch and Harry Dyson , , , Mj College, has kindly student to lead The happy eouple took tho mid- - ' omissions or corrections. left on consentel d(U fM tional throughout. Wednesday for a fishing trip on the night tram for Jacksonville, Ha, July 23 Ml. Sterling, t days. 1110 sR'ng lor me west rjiu sun Tho Rcdpath Chautauqua opens Kentucky river. They expect to Edna, which occurred Saturday and will visit many other points of i July 20 Harrodsburg, 4 days. i (la' sc"o1evening. in Ilichmond July 7. A fine array of camp for a week at Clay Ferry. Wc August 5 Taylorsville, 4 days. interest in the Southland. On re Baptist Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Gabbard Icf L ' talent is booked for each of the shall expect a mess of llsh stories, if August 5 Unionlown, 5 days. ' u; uoi- - turning they will visit a married Attendance. 18?; mines, Tuesday for a visit of several davs ' seven days. August 0 Grayson, 4 days. net the lls.li, upon their return. swler of the bride, at Gadsden, Ala. '"iion, wilh relatives in Richmond and Miss Lennio Lcdford has returned August 12 Fern Creek, 4 days. On their return from their honey Don't Forget the Old Fiddlers Lexington. August 13 Perryvillo, 3 days. after spending a pleasant vacation Contest lo be given nbout August 15 moon (rip. they will take up tholr Miss Edith Phillips of Wildio was 4 BIG DAYS 4 with her undo in Oklahoma. August 13 Mt. Vernon, 3 days. residence in Irvine. They havo (he Watch for announcements. visiting friends in town last week. August 18 Lawrenceburg, 5 days. best of good wishes of a legion of Mrs. L. P. McWhorter is visiting Clinton Early and wife have re Miss. Lela Jane Harris spent the At the Bantlst church August IP Shepherdsville, 4 days. friends. friends at Wallaceton this week. turned to Berea. week end with her parents in Rich-- 1 jn jujj. August 20 Liberty, 3 days. mOIld. Itiwlni. Snnilnv .. .. J . ... tanys Snmlnv .Inlw " Economy Through Quality uuiic a icw oi .miss Nina Sundav. Julv 13 Memhershin COMMISSIONER'S SALE . Jno. F. Dean nesi gin irienus gainercii ai ncr, 1. W. Herndo Sundav home on Dixjo Highway Iat Friday sI1(av, July 20 Decision Sun evening and "showered" her with , DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE Rockcastle Circuit Court ,?av many pretty and useful things which Sumlay, July 27 Berea, Kentuoky Victory Sunday. a young brido can well find use for. Big 3undays in July 4 Commencement Is over; but inMARTHA H. FOWLER, individually. B. F. VanWinklo expects to leave quiries for farms and homes in and and Martha H. Fowler, Guardian mound in a few days for Cleveland, O., Horea contintio to como in. BIO DAY PLANNED elc, ILAIiWIM, Nnw js , where ho has employment. lim, (0 ,jgl ymip pr() Tho Macedonia church is planning vs. Ml FOOTWEAR perly, ir you want to soil. Wo havo to havo a working at the Davis Witt EXTRAORDINARY IVORY ANGLIN, etc. DEFENDANTS. innrn iiimirifta limn a l.nuA mxn.n cemelery, July 12. There will also ' Hy virtue of Jugdment and order; " Yn , I T. FOURTH OF JULY RALLY Everybody of sale of be prcaehing service. ;, the Rockcastle Circuit j,,w Great patriotic meeting in tho invited to como and bring dinner. Court, rendered at is May Term,j n,0 Pavilion, back or the Library, Fri- - Don't forget tho day ,,ink & d July 12 1019, in the above styled cause, the j,h1 day evening at 8:00 o'clock. An ad- - j n(1 (on-- t rcil to cmn,.. (l w,h ug go) ,t ,f wp undersigned will, on dress will lie given by Doctor Raine you will price it worth tho money. CHURCH COMMITTEE. Monday, July 21st, 1919, on "ino iew Patriotism." Thoro being regular County Court day for j will also be short addresses given DEAN & HERNDON, For storm and rough weather wear, this NOTICE TO CREDITORS said county, between tho hours of; by olhcr sneakers. Speoial music Dealers In Real Estate, Boroa, Ky. All persons having claims against 1:00 o'clock and 1:00 o'clock p. m. very much favored model will be furnished by Hie Male Quar- the estate of J. W. Lewis will pro- - al (ho front door of the court house lends itself naturally to reproduction in Everybody come and make snit same to Iho undersigned pro t Ml. Vernon, Ky., proceed lo ex this a rousing meeting. a great many styles and materials. perly verified on or beforo August pose to public sale, to tho highest F. L. MOORE'S 1, 1910, or same will be disallowed uni best bidder, tho following de Shell Cordovan or dark Tan Viking Calfskin In Alico Lewis, Extrx., scribed tract of laud, located in two leathers hest suited to hard rugged wear FOR SALE Heree., Ky, Route No. 2 Rockcastle county, Ky., on Clear the Ardsley makes up into an ideal winter boot, One .good second-han- d sewing Creek, and bounded and described maohino, been in use two years only. with no suggestion of weight or clumsiness. FOR ORDINANCE us follows: .2IP- -2. Mrs. J. F. Smith. Ho it ordained by tho Clly CounHounded on tho north by tho First Class Repairing These leathers polish extremely well will not cil of tho City of Berea, Konlncky, lands of W. A. Hammonds; on break or crack under the most severe strain and AND tho owners of properly abuttThat the east by tho lands of Henry ing on Jackson street up to its In the raw hide middle sole' as shown in the illusFOR SALE Abney; on tho south by the Fine Line of Jewelry tersection wild Rawlings Place shall R'irin in Itttrnn !i!wuit Ki'n nnpno tration makes the bottom lands or John Copo; and on tho and MAIN ST. pears', ,iav" 8,n"Inr1 curbing and gutters 'niuo young orchard-app- les, BEREA, KY. impervious to water. Every man should have west by tho lauds or Spencer 1,1011 property accoru- peaches, plums, and grapes. Good "n"1 Abney, containing nbout 300 a shoe of this kind, and wc recommend to wise Iwelling house of five rooms and a ' B I' J, '" , V'1ns to bo given by acres. buyers the Ardsley as described in this 'ority 5I1,0 aflor urge reception hall, wardrobes and ' lh 8I Tho following tracts, howovor, pii.rohes. Basement 22x28 feet; four , fl'om Icpert wllr"n0" wllh tho right of way as heroin sot OP grates, cablnot mantels, hardwood it to rtf. Any. Mayor, out aro excluded from said bound DourbonPocltry Remedy nit nn.l'ptherglll, Clerk. floors, electric lights, barn and other ary: Mirlutlon 1st Traot. Beginning al a slake VUlvCiOf A! druin ri tb ..STED drink water curt i ins H A DDC property adjoins graded on tho top of a rldgo in Klzio U.1TIi4jP arl rirtvcnti w Chestnut Street ''PTtmrycara i, to icarn i Berea, Kentucky i. i -i .1,1 Girls ....i ill Thm a. rhalra nl oihur thick Hansberry's lino; thenco running WIT1 ""'I'wiy anu wiwnn a stones . di i!i. On UV. Lattl makes IS 'u " a straight lino down the hill to inrowof the post office. Price right, "'""" ftdviso g ionnf mnl'rtaa. lint tuttl. f e 11 J. irabi. VI bjllnnL At iyMiu m,, tor Ty unuiuuus. i- M- a sugar treo; thenco lo a stono Terms cash. mail tiaktnalj. Agent for Nettleton Men's Shoes . the World's Finest Mills, lloss if-'""rjUjurbon Hmi)y Co..liwLatlngton, Ky. W """Wwd. W. B. HAIIIUS, Owner, corner on tho sldo of tho county tJ?2j irom uiiatta Sold by Porter-Moor- e Hurea ' Ky.'vl1 ' lia- road; thunco with tho county 2j)o Drag Co. da "l nooga, Tcnn. 1 1 I uh-wi- -hs - I,11; - Berea National Bank I I ii - ol en 11 5 I - wi. ... The X. - - Nettlet0n Ardsley'' w, Nettleton tnt. , Jewelry Store non-absorb- ent i OncDrop J. M. Coyle & Co. i ..- !, -- t July n, 1010. THK CITIZEN Pago Flvt ? British ndvnnrlng over tnu open His subject was; "Crucillxion." flal. stretch of ground, panting from the I A Sunday school picnic wa. Itolshevikt and accomplish some- WON STRUGGLE lint and the weight of their knnp-sack- planned for Olades and Berea nl thing. Nobody can understand tho heard the word "Klrct" at tho the Fair Orounds, July 0. Every policy of the present administration, FOR COLONISTS moment of their supremo confidence, one bring a basket. Chief among Willi rrgard to the Russian muddle, nnd recoiled before a volley that and attractive hotel In Kentucky." "The moil home-lik- e lhe interesting and pleastirablo if it hns any policy. The American mowed down many of their number. attended by parties from A deadly fire was poured Into tho events soldier has been the most poorly Berea College Management. First Class, Moderate Rates. paid man in America. This does not Wliat the Battle 0T DUnker I,rl,p' columns, the mnrkstpen of the this section wns tho Powell Homo jiiiHTH iin piiiiiiiK uu tut; "iiiirn. Coming, June 22, nl tho residence of For Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists mean the olllcers, who oflen reAlong the whole line of fortlflcntlons, Win. Taylor Powell on Itichmond ceived rnoro than they deserved. Hill Meant to the Revofrom the rail fence to the redoubt, the pike, four miles front Berea. Mr. Tho eommnn soldier faced hardOn the Dixie Highway British columns advanced a second Powell hadn't been informed of ships and dangers for thirty dollars lutionary Cause. time and once more were met with coming. They came like tho Hinre the signing of the h mouth. deadly fire. Now, however, they were their prepared for It; although staggered by Assyrian, children, grand children, armistice many havo been kept and LITTLE before sunset, 14.1 tho shock, they soon rallied nnd con- more than fifty, and camped In the paid only that pittance for working CAPT. KINO SWOPE FOR years ago, a few hundred tinued their ndvnnce. The Americans yard, bringing huge hampers of proside by side with civilians who troops stneked fired with such rapidity that It seemed vision. A table was spread out under Amerlcun CONGRESS were paid a hundred (toilers a their cans, threw off their ns If n continuous stream of fire the ahndo trees and here the exnight, June 28th, month for doing the same work. On Saturday A family Newipapef for all that U right packs, seized their trenching tools and poured out from the redoubt. OapL King Svopp. of Danville, the Tr0II(lh Ul0 nn,mpett.cy of gov- - set traordinary culinary art of the true, and Interetting to work with great spirit. At mid -, Brouflht Help to Prescott good housewives displayed in tho iicpuuucan candidate u mi uw mi- ,irnmonl 0niein1s. the money taken night Boston wns hurled In sleep. The I'ubllahnl avrrjr Thuraiiar at Hirra, Ky. Although the field wns strewn with lispiay of expired term In Congress from the fr()m U(, sMvra the delectable viands y fop 1s fnm. sentry's cry of "Alt's well t" could be their dead, the British again attemptHlh congressional district of Ken- spread in tempting array for our BEREA PUBLISHING CO. hon(i faiI(1( ((( ,)(, 8cnl Th(1 heard distinctly from Its shores. nt ed to take the American position. yenrs ago, the AmeriAt dawn, (Incorpof aiad) lucky, addressed an audience In the Wnp Ujsk melalt ,im, ,)l!n g(,lccl entertainment and refreshment. Prescott had sent for WM. C. FROST, EdilorJnhUf This C(1 for having a political pull, rather can nt work were seen by the sailors early In the day and John Stnrk, with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Coylo of a, Chapel, Ilerea Vocational on board the British ships of war nnd ,,,,. ago 89 and 87, wcro the grcal Subteriotion Ratee bis New Hampshire company, had election liccomea inxessitry imi..... Mmlr imnliflenHiina the nlnrm was given. The cnptnln of I'ayaiii.k in advance Charlcstown grand parents of many there, four crossed f the death of Hon. Harvey Helm. Captain Swope made a telling the Lively, the nearest ship, without courageously Coly n.V.ri.. . '.Si nnd Is to ho held on August 2, the point by describing the neglect ol watting for orders, put n spring upon neck under n severe fire from the cac-m- generations being represented. Itut the hnzard of the nttempt Or;g, tho photographer, was out with same day as tho general primary. tho private soldiers, when (he in- her cnhlc nnd, bringing her guns to deterred other commanders from night wn l, or Emrraa Monrr The meeting Saturday fluenza epidemic was prevailing. Be bear, opened a fire upon the hill. One bringing troops to the support of the his camera. Tho pictures of tho Oniar. Draft. KritUltml Utter, or on and two asscmblago willibo highly prized as presided over by Prof. L. V. Dodge. spoko from personal observation, ninn, nmong a numtier who hnd in-- . brave Prescott. tnt lUmpi,after rour nama oa labl howl to Tha data The principal speaker, Cap I. King nitd went into details in n way to cnutlously ventured outside, was kill- ' With nmmunltlon almost cxhnusted souvenirs of the happy occasion. your ulwtriutlon la paid. If it It not what data chant-awithin thrw wreki after rwiawal notlf jr Swope, is a comparatively young convincc one ttmt the real facU ed. A subaltern reported his death to nnd troops tired out from the strain Harts Colonel Prescott nnd asked what was 0MUain( numbrra will ba (ladlr auppllwl If w good appearance, pleasant man, of There wa Harts, Juno 30. 8(ak(li The spcakor a)so to be done. "Bury htm," was the re-- to which they hnd been subjected, aranotlflnj. Prescott realized tho futility of hold- an all-dmeeting at this place ' UhrralUrma lan to anf who obtain newjrrarly address, and a forciblo speaker. His ,,W(11 i llt. wny , whic, Ply. ing bis position In the face of repentfor ua. Anr on aendinir ua four (ill. A. M. Swope. was counted couris.Innrlin "railroaded" Sunday, and n fine dinner wns It was the first fatality In the battle cases ibwrlptlona can ncelva Tha ClUtan frta for one of the nblest political leaders- lhr0ll(,lf piving unreasonable pun- - of Banker Hill, one of the most mo- - ed attnrks hy the reformed nnd spread upon tho lawn. Tiicn tho 'vartUlngratMonappllfaUon. Itrltlsh lines. Nevertheless, he uaptnin awnpe u.m islltrll,Ilt for it.,,,! fln;nnSnS. Himself mentous conflicts In our Revolutionary determined ngnln to measure his afternoon was taken up by a dozen in Kentucky, . "" spoken In Bcrea before, having been a lawyer, he was able lo appreciate history. It wns the first regular tint-- 1 strength with the adversary ; nnd, speakers, nnd best of all was the SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION n candidate for Presidential Elector Uie irregularities of these courts, tie bctwen the British and tho Americommand to his men to make Malo Quartette, Messrs. Rigby, Dick, The Sunday school convention of cans nnd mo"t eventful In Its conse- with it shot tell, he awnlted the ndevery There will be Hackctt and ShutL in the campaign of 1910. After re- and (he rank injustice characterizquences. The British hnd ridiculed Tale's (Ircek Association met at the ferring to his previous visit, and of the IlrltMi. Again the latter pie supper at the rural school ing many of their decisions. The them ns dastardly and Inefficient ; yet vnnce permitted to ndvnnce within 20 Baptist church, Berca, ThursFirst disavowing nny feeling of animosity common soldier deserves recogni- hero the best British troops, led on by were house Saturday night, July 5. Every day. June 20. An Interesting proyards of the American works before tiAvnrd political opponents, he detion, as well as the olllcers. The experienced olllcers, were repeatedly they were fired upon. The Iirltlsh lino body invited. Girls bring your pics, gram was rendered. The devotional Corn voted himself closely to the discus- seldiers of today, no less than those repulsed by on Inferior force of that wns lirouen, imt still It advanced. nnd boys fetch your dough. was led by the Ilev. John Cunning works yeomnnry-fr- om , sion of live questions, state and na- of the Civil War, should be helped enemy-m- ere ,r exhaust- - crops are looking line in this sco- ham, pastor. Tho Ilev. 0. Olin Oreen , , Americans met their opponents tional. Having been in the military to adjust themselves to the .new thrown tip In a single night, and suftion, and all hands and the cook ' of Itichmond spoke on 'The Valuo of servico of the country for nineteen conditions in civil life. Not only fered n loss rarely paralleled In battle with clubbed muskets nnd bayonets. Mrs. J. E. Hamare busy al work. Teacher Train. nit." followed by an with the most veteran soldiers. Ac The odds were too great nnd Pres- mond of Disputantn visited her months, ho naturally dwell al length havo they given their lime for their i cording to their own returns their interesting talk on "Evangelism In c.urnvaganco and inci- - country, but also in most cases their killed nnd wounded, out of n detsoh- - cott ordered his men to retrent. It lather, J. W. Lake, recently. Mr. upon the Sunday School," by tho Ilev. Heiencythe which has been shown in former plans havo been permanent- meat of 2,000 men, amounted to 1,054 wns In doing this thnt the Americans and Mrs. Chester Barrett of Hamil Cunningham. Tho meeting Buffered their heaviest loss; among John war. Especially ly broken up. They ought to be and n large proportion of them olllspent a week visiting friends The the conduct of the others who fell was Warren, one of the ton, O., then adjourned for dinner. did he argue in favor of special leg given portions of the nation's fertile cers. The loss of the Americans wns most cherished of the popular leaders. and relatives at this place but now crowed was conveyed to VanWinklo Gent Powell islation to right (he injustice dono but as yet undeveloped lands. Re- 411, out of 1,500 men engaged. So the havo returned home. (rove in automobiles where dinner to ol Kingston was a pleasant caller tho soldiers, who took Iheir live ceptions ard parades are poor sub- number of casualties In this battlewas served by the ladies. They rewns more than HO per cent of the nutnin tlieir hands in their country's stitutes for bread. In order to seat Jay Bird Coylo's Saturday and her In nctlon, thus plnclng It nmong turned to the church and tho exerPATRIOTISM AND INTERNASunday. defense. Hurrah for The Citizen! rights they need repre the bloodiest battles kntnvn to history. ( cure thoir TIONALISM cises of the day were resumed. Miss The speaker emphasized the fact sentation in Congress, by some one At Waterloo the Itrltlsh loss was less Louisville entertained Comstock of To some people an anniversary GERMANS SIGN PEACE TREATY the United Slates debt of about who has personal knowledge of thnn 34 per cent. No wonder that the small children with her facinal-in- g that one billion dollars al the'beginning Uclr neC(, Thogo who ,loar(, Cap June 17 Is to ltoston a second Fourth like July Fourth means little. They (Continued from Page One) stories, and then spoke on the of July. ,,.. , fnil or me war nas increased 10 twenty- - , feel that their advanced montality s work of Beginners, Primary, and nee nt --':.o ociock. , jf , Battle Meant Everything. , , has passed on to a higher ideal than four billions. Half this vast ex- Reeled, the Protest. Juniors. Miss Brown of Itichmond penso has been wasted. Tho yearly m -. A gnllnnt loynUst of Mnssuchusetts, They arc internation General Smuts Signs Under patriotism. ((f ti, TPcm, war wiii ,ave ...i.ti,,Womspoke on Intermediates and Oen. Jnn Chrlstlnn Smuts, one of the who fought so well for King George alisls. They owe allcgianco merely merest is greater man toe euur- ,in mm an tarnMl walcilfll, delegntes representing the Union of en's Mlssionoary Union work. rose be n full general In national debt was two and a natt ehnnioinn. Probablv tbn soldiers of that he army,toregarded Hunker Hill the to the brotherhood of man, not to South Atrlea. signed the pence treaty ns Itrltlsh The Ilev. Mr. Ellis of Paint Lick years ago. Tho "dollar a year" men, 11is concressional district will rive n transaction which controlled every- tho mcro artificial lines that divide under protest. He objected to certain presided al the meetings. All enjoywhile professing to be giving their him practically their unanimous thing thnt followed. "You could not," states and countries. terrltorlnl settlements nnd mnde a wcro much benefited ed tho day and time, have entailed heavy expense support. This is a tendency that rarely lengthy statement. Genernl Smuts said he would say to his friends on the by having attended. on tho nation. Thousands of merely Captain Swope did not fail to show other side, "have succeeded without ' produces practical usefulness. Tho that the Indemnities stipulated couia man who cares nothing for tho ad- - not be nccepted without grave Injuries nominal employees of the govern- up the gross extravagance of the It." Hunker Hill exhibited the Ameri- - vnncement of his home community, to the Industrial revival or Europe. ment ought lo ho at once dischargBOYS' AND GIRLS' AGRICULTURAL recent Democratic State adminis- would be to the Intered. Those soldiers who do not want fr.'ifinii 'Thev nrnmiseil n rniliielinn enns to a i me worm ns a people to js rare, onc w,,0 evcr t)oca any. He declared It powers to render the CLUBS in; luunt'u iy unit's uuu iuui it'u wiwi ests of the allied .; Eight clubs, equally representing to stay in tho regular army ought of tax pa(Mi ,)ut jn8,ea(1 of Uial ,he u ! mn Uing for any wider relation. And stipulations more tolerable and mod ,.i Madison nnd Rockcastle counties, to no uisciiarged at once, mo war- rat), ,ms becn incrcascd an(1 at lhe or'metf cltUcns bad been got together the man who works hardest for erate. ,. . so quickly and still a greater marvel bis homo town, can bo best depend-th- at Chinese Refuse to Sign. Sln,n met at Livingston, on Saturday timo bureaus should bo promptly snm Hm they bad stayed together so long, cd upon for patriotic loyalty. Tho abolished. Mr. Swope, If elected. almost doubled. The Captain exThe Chinese delegation shortly beafternoon at 2:00 o'clock. signing of A..., ,, nnment nt T.eTinLton man who is disloyal and indifferent fore the hour set for the The Livingston people furnished expects to introduce a resolution pects to be elected; and in him the calling upon each department for a district may expect an able, sober, on April 10 the British force under to his family is rarely loyal to the the trenty, reiterated their Intention delightful refreshments in the wav statement of tho least number of Christian man as their representa- General Gage was Increased to 10,000 interest of humanity in any broader not to sign. Wilson entered the Halt of lemonade and cake. President employees needed to conduct the tive. men by the arrival of Generals Howe, sense. And so the man who is All tho All officers of theso clubs were of Mirrors nt 2:50 o'clock. and Burgoyne with their com- - 'different to the country that has tjelegptcs there were seated except the business. On all sides there is ur present except four, and each as mnnds from Englund. These occupied , 'nurlurC(1 ami protected him and Chinee. they were called upon, nrose, ad gent need of economy. UNITED STATES NEWS ine uiwn oi DUMun mi a iiemuaui.i One ellicicnl means of reducing given him his cbanco in life, is rare The Germans entered the hall nt exmo cnair, and look pari in dressed (Continued navnl One) Into the actly three o'clock. tho proscnl extravagant cost of liv- that this fact isfrom Paneincreasingly forces consisted ofharbor. The Lively, ly loyal to any other useful ideal being tho proceedings. the Falcon, A few minutes before three o'clock Tho man who is too broad to work Glasgow and Symmetry, Somerset, The wonder to me is that parents ing is lo have a protective tariff. appreciated. the 15 enlisted men from the American, four flonting batteries. Across the for his country, allows his senli Itrltlsh nnd French armies entered the can stay away from such places This would bring three hundred a year into our Charles river at Cambridge, and on mcnt to fado away in a mush of Capl. John Alcock and Lieut. Arwhere their youngsters aro so vital millions of dollars amid decorous its. Treasury, thus reducing taxes, thur W. Brown, who made the llrst the surrounding hills, were encamped sentimcntalism. Ono must conccn- - hall The credentials of Dr. Herman ly concerned. 10,000 nnd 20.000 undid-pllnelabor- nonstop transatlantic flight, were betweenAmericans. The British, thus tiatc his attachments and his ef Mueller nnd Dr. Johannes Bell. GerLet us wnko up and stand by theso besides protecting American sent here to bright boys nnd girls, nnd our en- ers. Where is tho man who used to entertained al a luncheon in Lon- cut on from communication with the forts and energies to some definite man plenipotentiariespeace, were aplament tho alleged fact that Ameri- don, June 20, by tho Daily Mail, at mainland, were seriously hampered cause, in order to havo it amount sign the trenty of thusiastic and cfllcicnl county agent, proved In the morning. can goods were sold cheaper in which they wero presented with tho for provisions, and Genera! Guge con- to anything, Robert Spencc. The trenty of peace with Germany Europe than in this country, and prize of 10,000 offered by tho newsTho man who denies any feeling Written by one who was there of Mlt? to occupy blamed it on tarilT? Now, without a paper. Harry O. Hawker and Lieut. templated a movement Charlcstown, the ol loyalty to his country shows a wns signed In the historic Hallof forty-fiv- e E, F. Dizney. at several heights near ors under the wntchful eyes tarilT, the cost of all Comdr. protective His country yellow ingratitude. Grieve, who failed in thoir Dorchester and adjacent points. stalwart American doughboys. tilings which wo buy is almost fab nttmnrit nl n Tifmqf rn fliplit nnrnsa has given him the institutions of French pollu nnd British Tommies Colonists Alarmed. Demobilization nnd gratuities are ulously increased. We pay 170 per , AUanltCf aml many government The arrival of such a formidable liberty, tho chance to creato his own the renl "nrtlsatw of the peace" which to cost Canada $300,000,000, and pen rum iuo.o u.r ....u,.,,, , omclals wpr0 ,)rcsent. It was nn- - force of the enemy caused the gravest career frco from the diclation of hns been slowly taking deflnlte forrn Tr w rusions are to take $10,000,000 of I he morp for eggs, 190 per cent more for vlnnl autocratic power. It has given him during tho long months of the Paris lal(T thal Killg George ,,,, concern ' taxes each year after this one. Who butter. If one takes a railroad trip confprr((, lhe ordcp of knight of mored" thlit "tTiebritisK would"' sully tho freo education that in other conference. A second change ln the program wns forth from Boston ami burn the neigh- - lands may bo inaccessible. It has can say thai Canada is neglecting ho pays 50 per cent more for Us on bolh Cap(ain ,,rilish Introduced as a result of tho attitude tho men who went to war? ticket and 75 per cent more for his A,C()ck am, Lloutcnant Urowni taken by the German government, Pullman faro. If, buing discouraged, of oppor press nnd public toward the execution fortify Hunker Hill ; for If the British if ho will avail himself be decided to end his life he finds' ,,, should get out of the city and Intrench lunitics. nnd binding vnlldlty of the treaty. i (H,u casualties oi mo American It is easy to bo "broad" and "lib that poison has gone up 327 per expeditionary Yet tho Internationalist recognizes The German plenipotentiaries. Instead reported to upon Dorchester heights to the south forces of Boston, the continental position thnt these benefits confer no re- of being regnrded from the moment eral" in tho absence of strong con until rtlofftta rt nun pmit null rimn ,lato announcocl tmlay by tho would he made untenable. victions, or any convictions at all 85 p'er cent. But if be goes homo war ciprocal obligation. Ho is like tho of signature as representatives of a t as iW.010, includ Not an unnecessary sound was made w,,0 ,j8rPgrar(is all tho loving formally friendly power with which Heroin lies the true explanation of and reads tho Democratic platform . during the long hours of the night of ;i diplomatic relations had been renew. whatever possibility there- is of Of ing, promising to reduco thfj "'f' . . ,11 OQ. ' K1 June 10. 1775. nnd when dawn came llllUIUUUlg ed, left the hull nfter the signature to high c(wt of living hy abolishing tho , Church Union. Is it anything intrenehments six feet high along the wanders away Into tho wido world separately by the door through which " Br larilT, lie at once, without colt, rejoice over? side of tho hill were tUsclom). In the indifferent to her yearning affec they entered, not Joining the genernl !e' n laughs himself to death. face of the lire from the enemy ships tion. procession of delegates to the terrace ,Iiscas, !m Captain Sw'opo vigorously and ef- the nnd by the battery on of he chateau to wutch the playing KENTUCKY NEWS t',cr Americans kept MonthlyCopp's hillcomfrom idents. ad tit work fectivelv slated his views upon vari- of the great fountain of Versailles. (Continued from Fiaa One) EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS causes, i,0S2, pleting their Intrenehments and, when oiis practical topics. Among other End of World's Greatest War. (Continued from Fga Eight) Total deaths, 75,602. Blue Lick there was it slight show of faltering Washington June SO. Signing at Rogers of Lexington for a tablet things he demands a prompt reWounded in action, 210,981. Good rains Versailles of the peace treaty with after a shot better directed than the Blue Lick, Juno 30. inuilo from material taken from tho duction of army and navy to a peace Missing in action (not including some execution In the aro of frequent occurrence. arranged for today, formally The the sunken battleship Maine, to bo basis. Ho calls for the repeal of prisoners released or returned), others hud done trenches, Prescott himself mounted approach of lhe oxodus of tho brings to a close the world's greatest tax" on shoes, etc. to lhe City of Lexington the "semi-luxupresented the works nnd marched to and fro 2,370. by daily contra- war. by tho Navy Department as a mem- Ho would reduce and simplify the with drawn sword, regardless of the "wets" is heralded Although technical termination of dictory conditions of nature's laws. the war will come to each nation only Brit-UI'ayetto c'nunly soldiers in income tax. Ho opposes the exorial lo fact that ho was it mark for the A GOOD MEETING aro foolish when when the treaty Is approved by the He war, wns tension of government ownership, preserved the courage of Some "wiseacres" tho Spanish-AmericAt tho monthly business meeting his men thus hud never before been thoy misconstrue tho omen as boing Ho showed that the who niailo this week. Tho memorial will or control. ratifying power of that nntlon, to all Woluh Department Stores under Ore. contrary to prohibition. Framins intents nnd purposes tho conflict thnt bo shipped from tho navy yard at loudest talk about "loyally to tho employees, Brother Hudspeth was Drltlth Began Attack. an illogical conclusion that tho begun In August, 10U, will end when Washington, D. ft, ns soon ns it is i'i esiitpiit" comes from those who present, and addressed the meeting It was about three o'clock In the af. minimis showers at this crisis in In the historic Hull of Mirrors the accountry made up, according lo n letter re- have done little for their on the "Relation of Employer and terimon when the British troops, sup - ,mUonal alriu,.s J8 ln evidence of tho credited peucc commissioners of the alceived Monday by Secretary C. V. in this great crisis of lis history Employee" front tho Bihlo stand- - punni uy u lerrmc immrumuu 0I,wi,Wy of I11UU to avoid "dry lied and associated powers und of Geriji,iii,w I. fi .lnlnllt.il ilitimliiaiflll nt Dunn, of tho Board of Commerce, many nfllx their signatures to tho ud- J)0nl- Sociability btisiness, u,ul re. from the ships lu the harbor, from JiHoplius Daniels, Secretary of soldiers' rights and claims, of which ligion wero happily blended during vunced In solid column against tho Plaoi's." But tho different results trenty. Llkewlso will bo brought to Tho an end tho nrmlstlce grunted Germany tho Navy The tablet probably will Captain Swope is an earnest cham- tho Confidently they up-- 1 nro conclusive in each caso. evening, nnd a most profllublo fortifications. works of pnmched tho the Americans, ; grain crops in this section havo last November 11, nnd also tho period be placed in tho Memorial municipal pion, he referred to tho anomaly of timo spent. construing tho sllenro on the hilltop lioen harvested awaiting tho thresh-a- s of uncertainty nnd doubt as to tho building when II tins been built. It our keeping soldiers in Russia Such gatherings must certain!) timidity. They (imaged their attl- - ,.r prospect for a bumper Until outcome of the peaco negotiais thirteen by eighteen inches in with which wo are not nt war. It result in an ellloient cooperation ar ude ou this point when they arrived I wmal cr0 Was nover so promts-.f- il tions. size and weighs twelve pounds. A wo have no right to bo I hero our With the departure from Purls ot o various departments and a bol"mfBW.hu,"!nfd ft;ot.0( th The Rev. Wm. Pool of President Wilson preparatory to saltsmnll chnrge, covering tho cost of troops should bo brought homo al ter acipiamtaiireshlp nmong tho em(Hades ing from preached at removing tho metal from tho sunken t once. If wo havo a right to ho there, ployees of the Iltcat ou the George WashVUtfto refrain from tiring until tho I Nioholnsville al tlrm which is wnrship nnd inanufacturo will bo and if it is for tho besl, we should ...Viand wus given. Thus It wus tho cnurcn Minuay noon ami mum iu ington the center ot Interest as reand commendable lu uvey gards tho treaty shifts to tho senate. U Iiuvo enough troops there to pro- lUIgO UUU miVlVOlfU UUUItllHJ. pnid by tho city. wy led thrmsplvps from tlic murderous BOONE TAVERN i , I , The Citizen A Bc-ro- y. ' I'.tat-t.ir- if d ay - ' i I ,, ... ,., d .,,, ,u .... - ....... ...... ""' ,,, ,u, - Ger-tunn- ry an of-t- . i 1 r"lW - bqi-ellci- Pago Six cTHB CITIZEN July .1, 1019. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door Training Hint adds lo your money-earnin- HOUSEKEEPER WHO FOLLOWS DIRECTIONS CAN MAKE CONVENIENT FIRELESS COOKER Tho fanners of southern Madison omiiily will Inkn up Uio question of buying this fall's supply of fertilizer nt (heir next regular meeting, at Berea. July 2d. All farmers who ore interested in fertilizer should atlend this meeting. BOVS' AND GIRLS' AGRICULTURAL CLUB CONVENTION BEREA, KY. The fnrmers living near Herea enn secure information as to th nlue of llmestono and 1(5 per rent acid phosphate combined on crops Thes( from tho Counly Agent. records have been kept from tho Herea experiment Held and in iividuals who have tried 11 out. KEEP AN OPEN MIND The. war has been terrible in il loss of life. If has been a night PEOPLE ! Berea's Vocational Schools g "In 1 X power, combined with general education. TOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, printing, Commerce nnd Telegraphy. FOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. tit - ' . t.Vt July 24, 25 and 2C Tho County Agent Is now planning for this Junior Agricultural Three hundred Club Convention. young people will attend this con vention, with Stato and Icdcral leaders. All agricultural club boys and girls in County Agent Spcncc's territory are asked to save their pennies so as to be ready for this, the biggest gathering of its kind in Kentucky. It will only cost club boys and girls fifty cents each for gix meals and two nights' lodging. Berea Collcgo is financing tho convention by furnishing room and meals under the direction of the County Agent, Plans are being made for the making of a moving picture film at this convention by the U. S. Department of Agriculture. USE COMBINATION i II I Giving tho fanner good advice about his soil and what it needs, is not an easy matter. Soils differ materially in the same neighborhood. What is perfect advice for Jonw is poor advice for Smith. What will work wonders in Ohio will get small results in Kentucky. This baa been written to tell the reader, who fakes many farm magazines, to bo careful what ho accepts as facts for bis own fields. For instance the following editorial lately clipped from a strong farm magazine tells what ground limestone has done for crops in Ohio: 'Tho experiment station of Ohio is putting out a report on the uso of limestone for the increasing of corn production An experiment, was made by using two tons of limostono per acre, making one such application every six or eight years. This method showed an increase in the corn crop followed by an oats crop showing a increase, a el increase or wheat and increase of a ton in the hay crop. At the present prices oi incso products, the increase would be worth 30 to $C0. The Ohio station advises liming the corn ground so that the limo will be well distributed by tho cultivation. The above report comes from experiments mado on farily good soil." Tho results of ground limiMlono at the Kentucky Experiment Station at Lexington anil at tho experiment fields out in tho Stale, have not been so great. In fact, tho soil experts when asked for an opinion concerning tho uso of ground limestono on land in Kentucky said: "Wo always urge tho farmers to U30 ground limestone and phosphate at tho same timo. Perhaps our soils are not so acid as tlioso referred to in Ohio and in localities like sovthern Illinois. However, all we an say is our big results como from tho combination of limestone and phosphate and not from ground limestone alone. This docs not' apply lo bottom lands and tho Blue-grasfive-bush- el four-bushs." maro of sorrow. It has squander! Iho wealth of many nations. It has however, left mankind everywhere open minded. II has made men re alize that they could change their habils of thought, their modes o living and thoir methods of farm mg and of business. The man who realizes thai he can now do things differently, shouli never allow his mind to go back to its old habils of close mindedncss. He should read and think and talk wilb his mind ready to rcceivo nnd use the latest and best the world has to offer him. no matter whethc il happens to touch his home, the school, tho church or his farming operations. If a man can cross tho Atlantic on the wing without a single stop, why not accept any statement or prediction? If limestone will sweet en soil and bacteria can take nitro gen from the nir and givo it to tho hungry soil, why not be ready to suggested? Iry any experiment Everybody should keep an open mind that American farming am American farm life may be on high piano at all limes. THE WORLD DOES MOVE 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School V V General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid improvement si ''( svy us s - v .I III 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course For tlioso who are not expecting to leach and who are not going thru Collego and desire more general education. It also gives the best general education for thoso who wish a good start la study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the best training for thoso who expect to teach. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. Read Dinsmore's great book, "How lo Teach a District School." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course (Prepared y Inexpcntive Material and a Little Work Plus Common Ssme Will Produce This Fireleit Cooker. lijr the tfnlte! 6tnte Department ot Aitrtoultur ) If yon uso n flrelosx tiMikor, you will save time, fur the food run lio rooking whlli; you nn doing miiiio other work about the houso. If you um a llrclcsi rookcr. you will ho nhle to yvrvu hotter food. Many fowls (iHtlotl nt a low tviuiHTntiiro for a lung time have n much flavor, and breakfaot cereals so cooked nro often considered more wholsomo. If you llroloM cooker you will nvu fuel nnd your kitchen will hp n much more comfortable ptace In which to work, especially In hot weather. Materials You Will Need. These materials plus n few hours' work plus ordinary common sense will produce tbo tireless coo or you want and need In your kitchen: t tlRhtly-hulwooden box or lard firkin, larse enoueh to nltow at leant four Inelies pneklnic around the. "well" or Imdde pull lOctolSc I metal pall without handles nnd with rover Coer preferably tun Inside pall. If tin I used, rare must Iw taken to Coc to $1 avoid rusting Kirelslor. crumpled newspaper. ground cork No rout sawdust, Asbestos paper. !4 Inch thlekness.fifto to 8So No cost Cardboard collar Piaster parts or asbestos colItr...l(Vs 100 Whlto paint Round "pillow" of old cotton mato nt terial and rxrelslnr made snuKly In the top No cost t soapstones to fit Into pall or well fl to II JO luttonhook to lift soapstones ...N'ncost Total cost of material ... ttlOtoUO To make tho uo of the flreless cooker easier there are some additional conveniences which may lie used If you so desire. The duplicate or triplicate kettles purchased to fit the well of your cooker are not nhsolutely necessary If you own other pans which (It, but they nro much inoro convenient nnd aid In making the cooker more efficient. If It Is necessary that the cooker be moved, casters will mako this easily done. Tho following directions for making a cooker nre given by tho states relations sendee. United States departIf you follow ment of ficrlculture. them cloely. you will be able to show your efficient flreless cooker with prldo lliis is tho straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's lancst department 6th Door nils twenty-fiv- Berea College war conditions. For same in Berea, but the finds itself now makes as we have in the past is tho crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. e Raise in Hoard is forced by years the board has remained the unusual situation in which the whole country it impossible for us to live on the same money A Temporary The following squib taken from the Juno number of Farm & Fireside, will provo quito interesting reading to tho farmer who has been a heavy purchaser of fertilizer: "It's a mighty balky mule that won't move- when you build a flro under him. And it's a mighty indifferent business thai won't try lo get on safer ground when il feels the wrath of public opinion burn ing it. 'The better element of tho fertilizer industry realized that the short comings of its weaker broth ren were putting tho entire bust ncss under a clod of suspicion, and this better olement has been exert to put the ing strenuous cfTorfs. wholo industry on a sound basis. "Tho most progressive step to bo taken by the entire industry is tho adoption of a standard classiflca lion for fertilizers, effective with fall shipments of fertilizers, "Heforo you order your next lot of fertilizer writo your stato agri cultural experiment station for its report of fertilizer analysis, and from this you will bo able to judgo which manufacturers uphold their guarantees." - All students do some work with their hands from six to six teen hours a week as janitors or in tho farm, carpenter shop, printing office, laundry, boarding hall, office, etc., and receive pay which reduces their expenses. young man or young woman can cot an education Any at Berea if there is the will to do so able-bodied ue 11 . Mountain Summer School June 6 to lt July 11, and July 11 to August 15 a Summer School to meet a It gives a program of courses for teachers of high schools and graded schools, returning soldiers and sailors, students who wish to get collego entrance credits or credits toward college degrees, and others seeking general information. The work is adapted to those who can como'for flvo weeks, or ten weeks. There will bo a special week for ministers and religious leaders, and another week for farmers. Berea Collego has established distinct nnd growing need in tho Southern Mountains. tlKht-flttln- SPECIAL FEATURES A number of scientific and popular lectures, musical events, and motion picluro entertainments will bo given free of charge. There will also bo excursions to nearby points of historical and scenic interest. All tho resources of the cntiro institution will bo at tho disposal of the Summer Scliobl. EXPENSES J Fivo Weeks $0.00 10.00 2.50 to the next neighbor who comes In. It will give you nn enviable feeling to be able to say, "I made that myself. It cost very little nnd does good work." Try It nnd mm How to Make the Cooker. Scour llrkln. let It dry thornuchlv ntid put In casters. Lino with several thicknesses of newspaper ticked to sides. Put In solid layer of excelsior n!mu 2 Inches thick. This should be nt le 2 Inches thick, but might well bo more If the llrkln Is deep enough to perm ' Fit ntbostos around pall nnd wire tie It llrmly. Cut circle of asbestos n little larger than the sire f the pall nnd plnco nn top of the layer of excelsior. Set pall on top of this nnd weight before starting to pack around It In order to avoid having tho pall move out of plnco. Put In small amount of excelsior n round pall, distributing It evenly. Pound down with handle of hammer or something oNo heavy. Continue packing excelsior nnd pounding down until It In about nne-hn-lf Inch from rltn of bucket. Tho more solidly the excelsior Is packed, the more otllclont will bo tho flreless cooker, Cut enrdbonrd collar to fit between lnldo well (or pnll) and outside tho wood contnlner nnd set In plnce. Cover this with mlxturo of plaster pnrls 1 part plaster pnrls to 2 parts In putting on mlxturo nvotd having layer como up nbovo rim of pall. If not thin enough to put on smoothly, rub down with fingers or with knife blade. Incidental Fco Table Board, women Room Rent Totals Ten Weeks $10.00 20.00 5.00 Paint after plnstcrof parts has dried thoroughly. Fill pillow full enough to mako It lit i snugly between well top nnd lid. Fasten lid with hinges If bor Is used. Definite directions for using the flreless cooker nnd some recipes for dishes which enn be successfully cooked In It can be procured from your stnte agricultural collego or your home demonHave your cooker stration agent. tenily for the recipes they will send you on request. ROAD LAW Ko $18.50 $35.00 CINCINNATI MARKETS. Hay and Grain. Corn No! 2 white 1.881.80, No. 3 white $1.8701.88, No. 2 yellow $1.80 1.87, No. a yellow 81.8501.80. No. 2 mixed $1.8401.8., No. a mixed $l.8.'l 1.81, white ear $1.801.8S, yellow ear $1.8001.87, mixed ear $1.8001.87. Sound Hay Timothy per ton $31 31.80, nnd clover mixed $0030, clover Oats 71c, KfJSc, white 72072c. No. 2 white 72V4073e, No. 3 No. 2 mixed No. 3 mixed 01)4704e. 7O0 52c, 42c, Butter, Eggs and Poultry. Butter Whole milk creamery extras llrsts 4Hc. centralized creamery oxtrus Prime firsts '13c, Eggs ordlnury flrsta 3!c Live Poultry -- iliollers, under 2 lbs, C2c; fowlij, 5 11)8 nnd over 28c; do, 5 lbs, 28c ; do roosters, loc. uu-d- llrsts Live Stock. extra $0.00011, good toliolco $7fl.f0, common to fair $007: cunnurs $500, Blockers aud feeders $7011. Calves Kxtru $10020, fair to good $10010, common uud largo $7010. lings Selected hoay shippers $21.00, good to choice packers aud butchers $21.00, medium $21.00. stags, $10014, common to choice heavy fat bows $14010.23, light fchlppers $200 20.23. pigs (110 lbs and less) $140 10.25 13, good to choice 1511012, common to Cattle Shippers $ll.W)JilL butcher steers, oxtnt $12013.60, good to choice $11012, heifer, uxtru $120 fulr $7010; cows, Owners of property abutting on the public highway will do well to heed tho following Road Law: An Act for tho improvement of tho public highways of this Com monwealth. Ho it enacted by tho General As sembly of Iho Commonwealth of Kentucky: 1. That it shall bo the duty of every owner, controller and manager of lands bordering nnd abutting on tho public highways of this com monwealth, for tho distance which their said lands so abuts and bor ders, when so ordered by the Fiscal Court df big counly, to cut, clonr nway, remove and carry from along highways, sido tho public all brushes, weeds, shrubs, and over hanging limbs of trees nnd all other such obstructions along such high ways and to keep all hedgo fence along. such higliways so trimmed and cut back, that same, at no time, will becomo more than flvo feet high. 2. Tho brush, bushes, weeds, over hanging limbs of trees nnd nil other obstructions nlong tho highways of tho several counties of this com monwealth nro to bo removed there from between tho first day of Julv and tho twentieth day of August of ovory year. 3, Every person who violntes the piovlsions of this not by failuro to perform tho duties as heroin required shall on conviction bo fined In tho sum of not less than $20 nor inoro 0. All laws or parts of laws in conflict with this not nro hereby repealed. 11.25 22.50 "Men Pay for Board rebates arc alloued to students who withdraw before tho clore of the ' period for which psjmont hsi been made. A deposit of four dollars (51.00) is required of all students upon entrance. This is refunded when tho student leaves, provided library books, keys, etc., aro returned in good order. Special Fees Business Courses Cabinet Organ, two 20 minuto lessons per week Voice, Piano, or Violin, two 20 minuto lessons per week Uso of Piano, ono hour per day Uso of Organ, ono hour per day Uso of Music Library Class Work in Harmony , Ten Weeks $5.00 250 7.50 2.50 .75 .5(1 FIRELESS COOKER AS ICE BOX IN SUMMER Construction on Same Principle as Refrigerator. When Used to Keep Food Cool It Must De Chilled to Dealred TemperatureIs Convenient to Make Many Cold Drinks. (Prepared by tho United States Department of AurlcuUurc.) Tho flreless cooker can be used to keep food cold ns well ns hot. becauso bent cannot pnsx In to warm the contents any more than It can pnss out and cool them. In tills respect It works very much like a refrigerator. In fact, both the cooking box and the co box are constructed on the samo e principle supplying a chamber with Ice boxes nro wiills. mndu with some Insulating material or dead air ppuce between tho Inner nnd outer walls, nnd tho covers and doors close In mall a way ns to prevent heat passing In or out. Of course, the inoro often the doors nro opened, the inoro heat pusses In and the more quickly tho teo melts and the temperature rises. Fortunately this Is less serious than the loss of heat when u flreless cooker Is opened, When tho cooker Is used to keep food cool It must bo chilled to the d tempernturo before ft In put In, f Tho inoro nearly tho walls tho longer the material keeps Its original temperature. Ice cream put in a flreless cooker ought to remain firm us long us If It were packed In salt uud tco In un ordinary freezer, Muny cooks prefer to pack such n desserts us mqusso or purfalt In constant-tern-pernturd heat-proowell-made hulf-froze- 3.00 Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they an above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advice writo to the Secretary, ' MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Fall Term Begins September 17. PLANT THINGS FOR THE CHILDREN J than $50. WEEDS Weeds should never bo allowed to grow in n growing crop. Thoy should uQver bo "nil owed to go to seed in the garden. Kill weeds now and save timo and labor noxl spring. If Ihcro aro any children on your place plant sonio of tin things that hildren especially like to eat. 1 don't mean by this just plain, oory- lay field crops nnd vegetables, but tho "real good" things. Wator-melo- ns uud cantaloupes in abun- Popcorn danco for 811111111(0 use. I would ml peanuts for winter. say berries and grapos and orchard fruits nnd nuts, if it were not now loiy lato for thoso things. All of thoso things, of course, aro worth growing for tho satisfaction of tho grown-up- s, and for tho profit Southern Agriculturist. thuro is in growing them; but if there was never a cent to bo had If wo said thai thcro is morn out of them, tho satisfaction tho nourishment in ono pint of butterhildren get out of them would milk than in a barrel of beer, it mnko them worth while. Tliq farm might sinrt a controversy, and wo wish lo avoid. But it without an orchard is only half a homo. Tho farmer who has no i true, all tho samo. con-trovsr- sy vineyard or no strawberry patch does not exactly understand what farming is done for. Tho place with ,nu nut trees in tho woods or along tho funees is 11 sadly incomplete place. Tho system of farming that fails to tako childish appolitos into consideration is a radically system. Mnko tho. farm a real home for the children a plnco at which thoy will bo glad to stay when thoy art: grown up, or to which thoy will look back with love in after years if they leave il. You can do no but' ler farming than tills. rather than In n freezIs loss danger of them becoming too cold and hard. It Is often convenient to mnko cold drinks, like lemonade or fruit punch, some hours before they nre used. Ily chilling them and placing In tho conker they can be kept cool without Ice. Sometimes a little Ice Is put Into th" box with the food to mako It cooler, Just us hot soapstones or bricks nro put In to make It hotter. Because there Is less space to keep cool, much less Ico needed than In tfio chamber of un Icebox. The Ico In the cooker melts slowly nnd so keeps the temperature down much longer thnn If It were used In an open pitcher. Simple directions for tnnklng n flreless cooker may be had by writing the United States department of agriculture for Bulletin No. 771, "Home-Mad- e Flreless Cookers and Their Use." n flreless cooker er because there Household Questions Boiling water removes tea stains. Itlco wuter should starching. bo saved for Add acid fruits to leu cream after It Is frozen, '' Almond meal Is un excellent cleanser for u sensitive sklu. Lemon Juice will tako out Ink spots from tables or furniture which Is not Fieuch polished. Clean stained knives with u raw potato kept dump with water nnd brlckdusL 4) dipped In powdered J - July .1, 1010, INTERNATIONAL TIM CITIfcEN l'ago bovaa IHrBOVED UNirORM SUNWSOIOOL 11. d. d.. nngiitn limit in th Moodr lllble Institute of ChtcnRO.) tOpurUM. h ft'witm N.w.pipr tmon ( mr rtKV irnrnrr 01 Lesson kitsswatkii, v ITS LIFE mm TLAG5HIP" OUIt members of tho town committee. Rttmd on the dock nnd watched from nfnr tho moving of Captain Lemuel Shad front his floating home, tho Onlden Hour. The Oolden Hour wns n schooner of ancient build and her long anchor ngu In Little Harbor had not Improved her appearance. Her hulk was n cloudy white, mottled with rust from the anchor chains, nnd her masts, stripped of canvas and rigging, were gaunt and bnre. Captnln Lemuel's brother Abel owned tho Oolden Hour and It wns by his "charity" thnt tho old sailor re mained In his floating home, where he lived n happy bachelor existence, Captnln Lem had n little money nnd he wns very contented nbonrtl the eld craft, dreaming over his years when, with n stout ship under control, he sillied the "Seven Sens." Abel Shndd wns one of tho four men on tho dock. He was looking through n telescope at the tdd schooner. Mies a menace to navigation said Abel, virtuously. "There's plenty of room at our house, and Martha says he's welcome to spend the rest of his days there." Tho other men exchanged winks. They knew .Mrs. Abel Shndd bail n Koou tpc out tor Cuptoln Lemuel's bit or money. "What you going to do with the bout, Abel?" nsked Hiram ltlcks. Abel lowered the telescope and spoke In guarded tones. "It's confidential," he whispered. "I've wild It to the Sand I lilt club folks they're going to blow her up tomorrow Just to celebrate the open lug trf the new clubhouse." great gosh I" ejaculated "Well, Hicks, "iou must have Rot a fancy three-maste- 1) 111, LESSON FOR JULY 6 CHURCHl AND WORK. LKSRON TKXT8-A- CU 2:1-I7-I l Them. I ll-- jt QUMIKN TKXT-Chr- lM lio love.I thr JhUfch, And ituve hlmtclf for IL Eph. u " AiDWl,At'. Kpli 1:I5-S- "ATBIIIAI-ur t:ti-27- ; I Cor. Hev. 12. 1. KMhrr' lloinf. We Should Luv. the Church INThltMKDlATK TOPIC-W- hat th Church Dors for U and What We Bhould Do for the Churrh. HKNIOIt AND ADUIT TOPIC-T- hf Bplrlt and MliMon of the Church. JUNIOM TOPIC-OTOPIC-W- liy MtlMAIlV I. 2:1-4). The Origin of the Church (Acts ' Fifty dnys nfter the passover. while VM men iitnl women wrre "with otic nccord In one plnco" the Holy Hplrlt enme upon them and bnptliod them Into one toy (I Cor. 12:l.'l). Thus un begun the body called the church. The church hnd Its beginning nt I'entccoM. Tho believers were anllotl nround the resurrected Christ 'Then I'll Invito you to get offl" mapped Lem sharply. "I'tr 'om. and-In- g this ship scoot 1" Abel's fnco was distorted with rage. "If you're blown to atoms tlon't como nnd blnmo mo I" ho chntlered hysterN cully. "I nln't likely to," snld Lem, dryly, ns his stepbrother went over the side. Lem's second visitor arrived without nnnouncement. Ills bont wns n dark blotch under the ghostly hull of tho Oolden Hour. Lem lenned trver the rail mid wntched tho new arrival, who noiselessly boarded the schooner nnd set several heavy objects In the lee of the deckhouse. It wns n moonless night and the hnr-bwas In darkness except for the bobbing nnchor lights of scnttered croft. Aloft on tho nnketl spar of tho Oolden Hour gleamed her light. Up on the brink of the high bluffs wns the Sand Hill clubhouse. There was tho sound of music nnd innny lighted windows. The clubhouse would in: ihm-iicuyit uie rourio. ine blowing up of, the Oolden Hour would be tho event of the day. All that night strange things hap pened ubout the old schooner. Many mysterious trips were mode abonrtl u I the nn hVnd. II. Conditions the Church (Acta Pintoi-tnt. of 2:37-11- Entrance ). Into After the coming of lire Spirit ni Peter witnessed to the itenili mid rofurrectlon of Christ. Through Una testimony the Spirit con victed theke Jews of (heir sins. In their ill pernio need they cried out: "Whnt Mmll we do?" Peter's reply liwrntetl the stops Into the church. 1) IttMof In .Jesus Christ us Snvlor. Ills argument proved Hint Jesus whom they hnd ertielflid wss the Messiah. (2) IIej ntutifo. Every one entering the church should repent; shonlil ch.uge hia mind mid nttltudo townrd Jf-uChrist. ( t) lie litiptlzod. The divinely method for the piddle confes sion of Josu Christ Is bnptlsm. Those who have helleved In Jesus Christ should receive this tangible ordinance. which symbolizes our Identification Willi Christ In his dentil, liurlnl and res Lugged His Stuff Aboard. urrrctlnn. Ilecelve remission of sins. Those who hnve lieen united to Jesus Christ linve nil their sins removed; there In nn enllre cancellation of guilt. They have a standing hefore Ood which Is Dlisoliitely perfect. (5) Ilecelve the Holy Spirit. Tho gift of tlie Holy Spirit Is the birthright of every regenerated soul who Is obedl-en- t to Christ. III. A Portrait of the Primitive Church (Acts 2M2-47. I. . 1 Tl. .... r.. .... ti j v.miiiiiui-i- i I iin tin; iiHiaiit-?- f doctrine (v. 42). Instend of being taught hy the scribes they are now taught hy the npoMles. They have turned away from their blind guides nnd are following new ones. 2. They continued In fellowship nround Christ as the head (v. 42). The brcnklng of hrend Illustrated the oneness of believers In Christ. As nil partook of one loaf, so all believers are one In Christ. 3. They continued In prnyer (v. 42). The Ideal church Is n praying church. 4. They hnd a community of Roods (vv. They hnd nil thlnRs In common. Those I hat had possessions sold them ami distribution wns made to every one as he hnd need. B. They were filled with praise (v. 4(1). All those who have hnd the experience of the life of Ood being poured Into idem are filled with prnlse. nnd gratitude must express Itself. IV. The Mutual Outlet of Officers nd Members of the Church (I Tries. ). I ). 0:11-1.1- I Stood on the Dock and Watched From Afar. price for her to turn Cnp'n Lem out nnd sell It to them Yacht club fellers." "Oh, not so much," wild Abe), unens Hy. "She's a menace to navigation. you know." "Have you told Loin?" asked Wit Until Weems. "Not yet time enough for him to know ttmiorrow, when It's too late for him to take on. It's my boat, any' wny," he added defensively. "I can do ns I llko about It. If those rich fellers at the club want to pay my price so's they can celebrate the Olo- rlous Fourth, 'taln't for me to forbid em 1" 'Not when It's mouey In your pock ct." added Illram Kicks. "Thoru's Lem coming ashore with his trunks and stuff," said Jim "Wo better meet him and belli linn load the stuff onto the wugou, Abel Shadtl vanished from sight urn! when Cuptaln Lem mid his pathetic Doatioutl of personal belongings reach ed the foot of the steps he found three old crimles there to help him un load. Captulu Shudd looked worn and hug l'ol-lar- until there was n queer enrgo ar ranged under the rail. If Abel Shndd hud glimpsed the cargo he would have yelled "Dynamite 1" and deserted nt once. ISut, strnnge to say, dark forms hovered itrouml her all night. Under her qunrter.i voices muttered nnd there was a sharp Hash of light. In the darkest hour before the dawn the forms vanished nnd Cnptaln Lem was left In possession of the Oolden Hour. He whistled softly as he trod the deck, and occasionally he smiled, but the darkness hid his face anil the hu morous twinkle In his eyes. From the shore came the boom of cannon and the rattle of firecrackers, for Little Harbor Inds began to cele brate the day before the Fourth. Once In a while a skyrocket ripped to the zenith nntl at such times, when the Oolden Hour stood forth In the transient glow, she presented an un usual sight. The celebration committee of the yacht club evidently thought so. They did not put out to the schooner until after sunrise und tho crowd on the clubhouse verandas, the pier and the beuches nil murveled at the transfor mation of the Oolden Hour. As by some painter's magic brush. she wore a patriotic dress. I'rom stem to stern her hulk was painted in alternate broad stripes of red and white, while under her bow was n bright blue field scattered with crudely made white stars. It was a smeary Job, but considering It had been done In the dark It answered the purpose. The Oolden Horn was aflutter wltb stars und stripes; from her mnsthead different, Ciipiuin Lem. We bought tho Oolden Hour In order to cclcbrnto tho tiny. You understand, ch?" Cnplnln Lem shook his head. There wns n bewildered look In his fnded eyes. I pnlnlcd her so's you couldn't touch her wllhout Insulting the flag, and you you enn't I" hp Vntleil fierce ly. "Confound It all," stnmmered An thony Lniie. "What difference docs It make to you whot hoppens to tho old hulk 7 She belongs lo us." "I know, I know," snld Captain Lorn fiercely, "but once she belonged to mo I was twenty-tn- e when I received my master's papers nnd she wns my first ship "Once I tnvned her nnd then I Rold my shnre to my brother Abel. She wns my first ship and I hoped to die I enn't see the Oolden Hour here. Mown to mnko n Fourth of J,,,y spectnelo for n crowd of folks I The dynamite squad looked sheep ishly nt ojie another. They conferred together nnd, with n brief salute to Cnplnln Lem, they put back to the yacht club. When they hnd gone Captnln Lem snt down In the sunshine nnd dropped his head In his pnlttm. It had been a worrisome week antl his eyes had not closetl nil night. Now that the critical moment wns over he felt strangely weak nnd despondent. Ills nlr wns not that of one who had gained n victory From the Miore nunc the continual expltfslon of fireworks. There wns n smell of powder In the nlr. It was the glorious Fourth I "They've got the law ngln me," h muttered at last, "but I'll give my last salute I" He uncovered the little brass cannon anil the boom echoed across the wnter. The dynamite committee returned unnoticed nnd reached the deck before Lem discovered He them. scowled as Anthony Lane approached him with a folded paper. "You needn't serve any warrants on me," he protested. "Just read It, Captnln Lem," they urged, nnd nt last he put on his spectacles und rend the legal document. It was a conveyance of the "schoon er Oolden Hour to Samuel Shudd master mariner, for the consideration of one dollnr," etc., etc. "The Oolden Hour Is yours, Cnptnln I.em,' said young Lane. "In this wnv the club has decided to celebrate nnd the dynuinlte plan Is abolished. W have elected the Oolden Hour to be sky-hig- h i AMERICA'S DEBT TO LAFAYETTE Washington Paid Tribute to Great Services Rendered. HKN the Involution began Americans were still pio neers nnd straight shooters. The country was full of men who had seen service In war against the French and Indians. Washington had been nil his life n soldier. It Is not surprising thnt American officers felt quite nble to handle the military sltuntlon without assistance from the host of appllcnnts for commissions from abroad. Thcroforo when Washington heard that n young Frenchman named Lafayette had left his wife nnd child nnd crossed the ocean to serve the American cause as a volunteer without pay, he muttered : "One more Incumbrance." Ilut Lafayette pleaded: "Give me n chance; I do not want to be nn honorary soldier." He went to Wnshlngton's camp nntl there began a friendship which ran through so many years like nn idyl. In 178S Iirlssot visited Washington nt Jit. Vernon with n letter from Lnfayctte. w of Ilrnndywlne In September nnd received nn ugly wound. Soon ng.iln In the saddle, he went through many vicissitudes nnd privations with Washington nt Vnlley Forge, his crowning exploit Doing the forcing of the retreat of Lord Cornwnllls, leading to his surrender nt Yorktown, Irf 1781. Although Washington nntl other famous Amerlcnn generals had Joined him previous to tho surrender, Lnfayctte, with n smnll force, had Initiated the rout of Cornwnllls nt the bnttie of Albemarle. Thnt the highest credit wns duo to Lafayette Is shown by the fact that Washington wnrmly thnnked and him In the presence of tho roops, after the great surrender which practically ended the wnr. Patriot of Marblehead. Oenernl Lnfnyettc paid n tribute to Mnrblehend, Mass., by making two visits to the people, by whom he wns onlfsletll" That young man wns nntl when the Amerlcnn army went to the front In France, it merely pnld n smnll part of the debt of gratitude we owe thnt splendid young officer thnt true nobleman. Appointed a major general by Washington In July, he fought nt the battle Lafayette. He mys Washington "spoke to me of M. Do Lnfoyette with emotion; he considers him ns his child." Later, Lafayette sent to Washington the key to the destroyed Ilnstile, saying: "It Is a tribute which I owe as a son to my adopted father, as an to my general, ns n missionary of liberty to Its patriarch." French Eager In Liberty's Cause. The spirit of Lafayette was the spirit of Itochambeau's nrmy, A host of young French officers looked on tho expedition ns a crusado for liberty, nnd crowded for places. Young Berthler was a volunteer at Yorktown, and ho became a marshal of France. Viscount An e Patriot Cut Off the Corner of His House That Lafayette's Carriage Might Go Through HI Old-Tim- Street retaliate. 1. Mutual Intercourse for comfort and edification (v. 11). There Is no custe In the church of Jesus Christ ; It Is n brotherhood. 2. Proper recognition should be Riven lo those who are engaged In spiritual service (v. 12). Only as the grace of Ood abounds do men nnd women turn from their secular to spiritual Interests. Those who thus respond to the cnll of Ood slionld have popular recognition. 3. Proper respect should be Riven to church officials (v. 13). While we should not give worship to those who nre loaders In the church of Christ we should give them proper respect. One of Hie signs of the degeneracy of the age is a lack of respect shown Chrlstlnn ministers, 4. Live In peace (v. 13). Although there Is In the church n diversity of Inter cms mid personalities the love of Christ should so till us ilint there be no strife In his lody. 0. Warn tho disorderly (v. 14). As . . .1. I. . ..I - iirmi inose nveiye llllil nut) was a dovll. fo ill tho church there will be those who nre disorderly. All such should he lovingly warned. (1. Ilu not retallatlve (v. 1.1). Although others wrong us wo should not a Crowth. Vloltnt efforts in growth nre right In earnestness, but wholly wrong In principle. There Is but one principle spiritual, for they grow." hotly ami Vnul. And the principle of growing In grace Is once more MiK "Consider the lilies how uoys," ne sum grimly "I hoped to spend tho last days of my life aboard ner; but Abel's obstinate. He's bound I bhull hpentl what money I got on his roiks. He'll hour The four old cronies, who hud spent ninny n pleasant evening on the an chored schooner, sighed over bygone games or crlbbago und checkers, with pipes and tobacco. If unyotio heard a whisper of Abel's secret ns It drifted to Captain Lem's Incredulous ear, It was not repeated. Only It was slgnlllciuit that Captain Lem's belongings went back to the Oolden Htnir ami the doughty captain whistled a KiilMhtvored tuno us he lugged his stuff nbourtl. Captulu Lem hud two visitors that evening. One was Abel, who ntnnipeil tho decks and vowed that Lem would bo blown the next morulas. 'They'll bring tljuamlto nbtnird ut three o'clock I" ho yelled, dauclng sky-hig- h gard "The Oolden Iltrurwus my first ship, The Boom Echoed Across the Water. broke fluttering lines of flugs nnd nil bore the emblems of red, white antl blue. Captulu Lem Shadd came to tho rail mill nnswered tho cheery hull of the yachtsmen. Well, Captain Lem, you've certain ly miido tho old girl look coquettish 1" laughed Anthony Lane, as ho prepared to como up the landing steps. "htop right there, Mr. Lune." or-dered Captain Lem. "What's up?" demanded young Lone, mid his Imputlent companions In the launch echoed the question. "Hags aro up no trespassing " re torted Lem sharply. "Hut we're tho dynutnlto stiuatl frtmj tint cluli going to blow tho old I tub III, there, Tony" to un Itullun lu the launch "bring along your explosives und that fusel" Hut Captain Lem's spare form bar- rid their pussage. "You can't blow up tho Sturs and Stripes," hu said, with u curious cutch lu his voice. "You wouldn't Are on the Hug, would you?" he asked simply. "Why, no, of courso not ; but this Is g sky-hig- h around. "No coolly, they wou'tl" denied Leui, Take Second Look. nin not one or uiose who do not believe In love st first sight, but I believe. In taklug m sbcouU look, U. 1 "It's their bout nowl" "You mean you sold It?" Loin's keen eyes seurclictl Abel's fuce. "Yes; t ho money's been paid over. It belongs to tho Sand 1II1I Yacht Club." received with bands of music and a huge procession of citizens. It Is related that on his first visit In 1784 there was a controversy as to how the procession was to proceed through the main streets of the town, owing to the fact that nt one of the sharp turns, n house so Jutted Into the road thnt the general's coach could not pass. On the morning of the great event, It was discovered that the patriotic family occupying the property had cut off a section of the house, removing the offendDe Noallles marched afoot the whole ing corner nnd thus the coach was 750 miles from Newport to Yorktown. driven without a hitch through the Young Closen, Chattel street. The house with part of the lux, a brother of Mlrabenu, n brother first story missing can still be seen ln of Talleyrand, narras, later Director this year of 1010, and Is shown In the llorras, and many other enthusiasts Illustration. for liberty were In the expedition, Dark Forms Hovered Around Her at They understood Americans. Equality was the particular American trait Night Auto Stops on Track; Two Killed. which Impressed them most, nnd this the stationary flagship of the club ana Idea was Imported by them from Wnpakoneta, O. Henry Rmpe and er Cuptaln Lem, we want you ur America Into France. Mrs. Fred I'oppe were killed, nnd Fred nt the club for luncheon." Rcchambeau placed himself nnd his Poppe was Injured probably fatally, The Golden Hour still rocks nt nn army under the commnnd of Washln; when a Western Ohio luterurban car chor near the Sand Hill club wharf ton. Tho ragged Amcrlcnns nlwnys struck the automobile ln which they Her paint is always fresh In patr.'oth had the right of the line. In ense of were riding at a crossing two miles colors, and sho is the fnvorlte meetlnc equality of rank, the American otlicer north of New Itremeu. place for Cuptaln Lem's friends. In always took command. Not so much summer, when the clubhouse Is open, ns a cabbage was taken without pay Flight Halted. she In the favorite rendezvous for iov ment. Hefore Yorktown the Amerl-ennWashington. ers aad more sedate members from Lieutenant Ralph were not skilled ln siege operathe yacht club. tions, nnd Washington gratefully ac Johnson, of the army nlr service, who nonreilmps Captain Lem's happiest mo knowledged the service of the French left Arcadia, Kin., on a 1,200-mll- e ment In the year occurs on July engineers. The French fleet closed the stop flight to Boston, was forced to Fourth. On that date he Is an hon river, nnd the surrender came. With land 25 miles east of New llern, N. C. ored guest at the club luncheon and out that French help we tremble to His plane was damaged, but he was not Injured. there Is one toast which Is responded think what might have happened. to by rousing cheers: Fired Lafayette's Ardor. "To Admiral Shadtl of our flagship, Toward the close of the year 1770, anil his three master painters 1" And after the toast him been drunk the duke of Cumberland, who wns the DE GRASSE AT YORKTOWN brother of King George in of England, Cuptaln' Lem proposes another: was traveling In France, and one day "Our Flag I" town of Metz, then a Presence of Fleet Under French Ad (Oopjrtibt. 1019, lj Wt era Nfwjpiptr Union.) he arrived at the miral Main Factor In That BrilFrench possession. A certain count De Ha liant Success. Ilroglle, n veteran of many battles. was In command of the garrison, and, COLUMBIA Although to Washington should be to do honor to his distinguished visitor. he Invited some of his olllcers to meet given the credit of conceiving and him nt dinner. Now It happened that planning the campaign of Yorktown, the duke of Cumberland wns ln dis It must bo recognized that without tho aid favor with his royal brother he was, could of tho French troops his plans never have been carried out and In fact, In banishment. He had lately received news that certain of his maj'-sty'colni les In America had rebelled rnd de I'lred themselves free, declining to o mbject any longer to n tyrannical king. It woultl seem thnt the duke of Cumberland told. the story with Fomo gusto, ns If he were not sorry that his brother was In trouble. One ofi'cer listened with par ticular uttenMon. Ho wns u youth of nineteen, tall nnd thin, with a long noo and reddish Imlr. His solemn expression and lilt somewhat nwkwnrd manner contrasted strongly with the frivolous eno nnd grace of tho other young olllcers present. He was a,mur- quls of long descent, connected by nm rr hi go with ono of tho greatest families In France, antl he had lit his own disposition u very largo Income. Ho listened Intently, ho nsked many Count De Qrasse. eager questions, mid when he rose from the tnb'e he hail made u momentthat without the assured ous and historic resolution. He hail of tho formidable fleet of Do Orusso reso'ved to abandon the pleasures unit the siege luxuries of the gayest court In th have even of Yorktown would never been thought of. At the world, oven to leave his young wife siege tho French supplied a lurge part mid child, und to cast In his lot with und the of the allied these stningn rebels In America. In troops engaged, nntl, as Banerof j says, his own words, "When first I heard of "thirty-seve- n ships of tlio lino and ! Ii.d, pendence, ly heart was tho Atnerlcuus I America not one." Saint-SimoNon-Stop s d I V: Pago Klght THE CITIZEN MIjw position in L. Kirk's store. Cleeti MeWhorter of Lexington Is visiting relatives here. Mr. Rob Inson of Ilorca is the guest of tils daughter, Mrs. U. S. Mayers. Mrs.1 J. P. Wynn entertained nlalx o'clock dinner Friday. In honor of Mr. and daughter, Jessie, of Frankfort, Mrs. Robert Led ford Is qulli Mr. and Mrs. sick with Inlluen.a. Charley Ganes, Jr., aro tho proud parents of a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frances aro rejoicing over Mrs. tho arrival of a lino hoy. Tom Logsdon has returned home, after having spent a few weeks in tho mountains, visiting friends nnd Mrs. J. P. Wynn and Fannie Powden were guests Thursday afternoon of Mrs. June Mrs. BenBaxter in Richmond. nett Roope and guests, Mrs. Dcwilt and Miss Jessie PeWitL spent Thursday in Richmond as guests of Mrs. Gaines. Tho Misses Emma and Ora Estridgo attended tho K. E. Boylo and GarA. in Louisville. rard county Institute begins Monday in Lancaster. De-W- itt ' July .1, I0ID. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No corrnponrff nc publlhl unl- - li not for putillrntlon, but tlirnei In full by Ih writer. Th nm n ftldenf of irood flth. Writ plainly JACKSON COUNTY Tax Town Tlio Rev. Fox Town, Juno 28. W. R. Lakes of Wind Cavo flllctl his regular appointment at Sand Sprint; Sunday. Married recently Granville Carpenter lo Mrs. Stella Hose Johnson; also William Oay to Rosa Klihu Lakov and Isaacs Lakes. son, Arthur, are sick with typhoid fever, hut aro hotter. a L. Fowler pased here enroule for home yesterday. He was a member of tbo Hoard of Supervisors, and served Crops aro looking fine. nine days. Farmers are gelling behind with their plowing on account of rain George Crank had a this week. corn hoeing a few days ago. and got a nice lot of work done, and at night a Holiness meeting instead of n G. W. McKinnoy candy parly. bad a horse to die last week from Stanley .something like pink eye. Isaacs and Miss Sarah Sparks of Prip Hock passed here a few days ago, going to McKee where thoy were married, P. H. Baker officiating. William Felty is home now. Ho has three brothers in the army Mrs. P. H. Baker and navy yet. will teach Fox Town school this year. There was some disturbance at Ebb Webb's a few nights ago, at a Holiness meeting where some ono threw some rotten eggs into the crowd, which caused great c.wile-mcn- L Gray Hawk Corn crops Gray Hawk, June 21. look well and aro worked out in good shape. Meadows are line. Most all tho wheat is up in good shape. Floyd Hays and wifo arc boarding at J. B. Bingham's for a few weeks. They are planning on moving to Cincinnati to make their The oil men are future home. thick here now, taking leases and buying all tho royalties they can get. We all think tboro is plenty of oil here. Misses Esther and Osie Gentry paid Miss Lola Bingham a pleasant visit Saturday and Sunday, and went to Alpine to Sunday school in tbo morning at 9:30, and to Gray Hawk at 2:30, and report a fine time. Mrs. R. E. Bartlette and son, Herman, arc visiting at the Gray Hawk hospital for a few days. Thoy took supper with Mrs. Mary Bingham Saturday night; also Miss Clark, a nurse in the Robinson hospital. We arc always glad lo have them with us. Several from this place aro planning to attend tbo Fourth of July picnio at Ann- vilJe Somo one broke into Mitchell Hignigbt's store last Saturday night and stole several dollars' worth of goods. The thieves have not been caught yet. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Powell from Kerbyknob wcro visiting Mrs. Powoll's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Spark3, Saturday. Mrs. Emily M inter, who has been very sick with measles, is ablo to bo out again. Miss RoPagter, who has been visiting relatives in Michigan, has returned, accompanied by her aunt, Mrs. VanCamdon. Jailor Boggs' children who havo had measles are all better. Whooping cough i3 still raging in McKee. --Mr. Lincus from Tennessee is visiting his sister, Miss Ellen Bradshaw, of this place. Miss Virginia Engle who has been teaching school at' Bcrea is at homo. School will begin hero the 1 i tit with Miss Susie Watson as teacher. Miss Addie Sbelton from Annvillo Is visiting, Mrs. II. F. Minter. Mrs. J. R. Hays1 and children aro visiting relatives in London this week. Palo Minter, who has Just returned from France, was visiting his sisters, Mrs. P. G. Collier and Emily Minter, last Saturday. Miss Mullonhorg from Gray Hawk and tbo Ilov. Mr. DoJong of this placo nro visiting in Bcrea. Last Friday evening a meeting was held at the court house for the purpose of raising money for tho Salvation Army. About fifty dollars was donated. Clover Bottom Clover Bottom, July 1. Corn crops and gardens aro looking lino McKee McKee, Juno 28. since tho rain, and the farmers are Henry Abrams is all very busy. Sherivery sick at this writing. dan Witt was hit by a copper bead Misses China n few days ago. Abrams and Laura Smith attended church at Sand Gap Sunday. Born to W. M. Lunsford and wife, on Juno 28, a lino boy; named William. - Miss Mary Cook spent Monday wilh her sister, Mrs. Rachel Abrams. Thero was singing at Clover Bottom school house Sunday night. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY I Goochland Wo havo Goochland, Juno 2!). been having some good rains for the past week, and crops of all Everykinds aro looking well. body has their wheat harvested, which was pretty good; and oats Wo are looking very promising. are having a good crowd at Sycamore every Sunday, and aro doing some very good work in our Sunday school. We aro planning to have a Sunday school picnic at Sycamore sometime in the near future. We are looking lo have a good crowd with good behavior. The people aro beginning to lay by their corn in this vicinity. James Settle and Lem Abrams passed through our town today. There are several people attending the Holiness meeting at Climax today. The writer and his three children visited J. W. Martin's family today. Disputant Pispulanta, July I. There was a box supper held at the Clear Creek church house last Friday night for tho benefit of tho Salvation Armv The proceeds amounted to 530. Tho Mt Vernon band was there and a largo crowd was present Born to Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Abncy a line boy. Mrs. J. H. Turvey, who has been visiting her nephew, 0. M. Payne, here for somo time, left for her home at Orbiston, 0., a few days ago. Tho baby of Jake Ramey has been very sick. Robert Clark of Lcxinglon motored hero last Sunday as tho guest of Miss Angio C. J. Lake of Harts was Payne. here Sunday visiting relatives. Bill Gabbard, who has been in Franco for some time, has returned home. Mrs. Lowis MeWhorter of Huntington, W. Va, spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. R. T. Abney. at this place. Hazel Abncy of Hamilton, 0., has come lo spend the summer with her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Harvey. Major Gadil and wife were called lo Borea Sunday to sco their sister who is sick at tho Robinson Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Payne of Conway are spending a few days with relatives here. George Baker has gone to Lexington to work. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Payno entertained a number of young folks at their homo S'unday evening with their Viclrola Ethel Stephens of Rock-fo- rd spent tho week end with relatives here. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn GatlifT a girl. W. S. Payne, L. & N. operator, was at Paris Tuesday on business. ESTILL COUNTY Locust Branch Locust Branch, June 2i. The farmers were glad to sco tho good rain which foil on tho 23rd. Virgel tlohnson, who has been in France, has returned homo and his friends aro glad to havo him in their midst, again. Thero was a pie supper nt Thomar school houso last Saturday night. All report a lino timo. Garden Powell and wifo of this place will leavo for Ohio Juno 20, wbero thoy will inako their fiituro home. Oscar Campbell visited his cousin, Omar Campbell, last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Willio Lain visited her mother of this placo Monday night. GARRARD COUNTY LEE COUNTY f Paint Lick Paint Lick, Juno 30. Several from this placo were in Lancaster Monday to seo tho "Unpardonable Sin" at Roman's Opera Houso. Kmory MeWhorter has accepted a No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour Returns to its before-the-whigh standard of ar quality Once Tried - Always Used Beattyville Beatlyvillc, Juno 30. Tho recent EarnestviHe hard rains of lat week did n great Eamostville, Mr. Juno 30. deal of damage to the crop.i hi this county by washing the soil and Woolum of Crcssmont preached to blowing down wheat and oats, etc. a largo and attentive crowd at John Will Jameson was drowned .Mooros in the forenoon and took in Kentucky river, a few miles dinner with C. T. Gabbard and Silver Creek above town, by gelling in the river I preached at Travelers' Rest in tho Misjos Silver Cr.ek, Juno 30. Harvo Brewer has in the night and was unable lo get afternoon. Maud. Ola and Leela llowmnn, Clyde out. Ho was about 50 years of age prayer meeting at Moores every Lewis nnd Connrd Bales spent Sunand unmarried. Miss Pallie White Sunday night. Everybody come nnd Mr. and Mrs day al Boonesboro. SergL John II. Galla-baviof Primrose was in town Saturday hear him. Fred Powell spent Hie week end nt gber has returned from over seas somo dental work done. Waco. Tho Rev. Lewis VanWinkle J. B. Hieronymus ami family were service to his many friends. Mr. tilled his regular appointment at Mrs. Ballard Begley's little son in Richmond a few days this week and this placo Saturday and Sunday visiting relatives. Miss Pearle died last Sunday night, after n short Misses Graco and Nannie Johnson Lekman left hero last Monday for illness, and was buried in the Cecil and llnllie Davis were in Lexington Misses Mona South Lebanon, 0, wbero she is grae yard Monday. Miss Mabel shopping Tuesday. visiting friends at the present. tand Bertie Brandenburg, Matilda nnd Ray Johnson ntlended Hie lei Supt. J. P. Thomas and W. I). Lucas Hughes and Talma Gray were the cream supper al Big Hill Friday were in Covington a few days last guests of Miss Ida Bowman Saturday night. Mr. ami Mrs. J. I. Moore The oil well week attending the Federal Court night and Sunday. spent Sunday with Mrs. G. E. Anat William Gahbard's is reported to lliere in an oil case. Tho oil Isaac Davis is improvderson. about 25 barrels. bt'siuess is still rushing in this bo good John ing. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Vlars county at present. David Creech of California is visiting his John spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Vahderpoole camo in Saturday from brother, A. J. Creech, and his father, Mrs. Brown Htindren Alva Baker. Camp Taylor, al which placo he was mother, and friends. Mr. nnd is visiting her brother. Bill Kelly, Mrs. C. A. Gabbard visited discharged, having returned from their Tho little al New Albany. Inil. France a few days before. He was father, U. T. Thomas, last week. baby of Ollie Lamb was buried a. among Hie 11 rst of our hoys to go Mafor the Silver Creek cemolory Inst Sunover, and was in Germany for three Major, June 30 There was W. D. Lewis enjoyed his day weeks. church at Poo Creek Saturday eighty-secon- d birthday last Thursnight, Sunday morning, and Sunday day. OWSLEY COUNTY night, witli the Rev. Howard Hall (Conllnata on rig nrl Scoville Scovillo, June 20. The farmers of this community havo been enjoy- b h ing a week's vacation on account of tho nico rain, which was needed very badly here. Mrs. G. A. Pooley and children returned lo their home at Marino City, 0., last Thursday. They were -- ccompanicd by her sister, Miss Nannie Bond. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Strong returned to their home at Lexington, Sunday. Thoy were accompanied by the lattcr's sister, Miss Ruth Mainous. Miss Fannio Flannory left for Battle Creek, Mich., Friday, wbero she has a position. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Rowland spent Saturday night nt tho homo of Cbas. Peters. Mr. Row land's and Mr. Peters' spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Rowland. Sanford Rowland's family atlended tho show at Beattw lie Monday ri;ht. Rufus Jack In of near Ida May, preached at' Clifty Satur day night and Sunday morning. Sunday school at Clifty church is progressing nicely with good at tendance. Number present last S'unday was 123. Wo hope to bo In the famous "Camp Dick Robinson" section, known everywhere as very fertile soil. able to keep tbo attendance up, rain Fronts on Mt. Hebron pike, just one-hal- f mile from Lancaster and Lexington pike; or shine. Willio Kincald, who has ONE-HALMILE FROM GRADED SCHOOL, one mile from Bryantsville, that growing been working in Jhe oil Holds in the village, with its stores, churches, bank, schools, etc. Big Sandy district, was visiting homefolks and friends last week. Tho Rov. T. F. Halo attended church HOME-- AN nt Pleasant Grovo last Sunday. The singing at tho home of Mr. and Known as the Esq. Jack Dunn farm, now owned by Floyd Curtis- - Reason for selling Mrs. Willio MoPherson Inst Sunday ill health of owner night was enjoyed by all who were No other farms in this neighborhood for sale. They just won't price. present. Mrs. Lillian Marcum dwelling 2 tenant houses, 1 large stock barn the best in the county with and children were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Flanery, water, and fully equipped for feeding 100 cattle, 1 new tobacco barn, all necessary outthrough Saturday and Sunday. buildings. Hubert Bond was found in a very Will be sold in three tracts: 85 acres with main improvements; 50 acres with tenant bad humor Wednesday evening house and tobacco barn; 27 acres, no improvements. Purchaser of any tract will have ho did not liko tbo idea of twin chance to buy either one or both of other tracts. calves which were grazing in his pasture. Ho says "Ono calf Is POSSESSION JANUARY 1st, 1920. TERMS EASY. enough troublo to raise." Circuit court is in session this wcok. and 10 Acres Tobacco 40 Acres Corn 112 Acres Grass the boys aro moving about Thero This farm will be sold for the "High Dollar." will bo n protracted meeting begin I "turn down" Auction Sale propositions every few days. I only contract for those I at Clifty chuch noxt Monday night, know will appeal to the buyers, therefore, I always sell what I offer. The purchaser gets the and will continue till tho following Sunday night. benefit of my judgment as to values. Attend my sales and see how they are conducted. We Island City want to show you the land before day of sale. Get in touch with us. Island City, Juno 20. Tho mall tioy was hindered on tho 24th on account of high water coining to Pr. J M. Morris Maud City. passed through Island City tbo 25th nt tho way of assisting Hie sir '.i. J C. Gentry of Tynor was hero visW. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. iting bis sick mother, who seems to ho slowly improving. Tho Old Look up the advertisements for sales on the 16th, 21st, 22nd, and 23rd. of July, Also Baptist held services at Providence Sunday and was very well reprefarms for sale privately. Robert Pritchard, one of sented. our loading merohants, has closed j ng Ids storo house doors and Is said to he in a hospital for treatment and is very III. Wo hopo relief will be round and Mr. rriicnard will soon return lo attend to bis business. TJiern was n new arrival al the homo of J. If Kay, ono of our a lino hoy, the 17th. merchants K F. McCollum, traveling salesman, in tho employ of Kollogg V Co, pushed through Island City taking orders from our merchants one day G. II. Wilson, sherllT, this week. was hero contracting royally ono day this week from land owners. Malhew Burch hns returned from across tho waters and was number-relative- s. ss cd among Ibo congregation at videnee Sunday. Mnthow seems lo he gelling along line since his We hope the scones of home will be of much aid In the restoration of his health. Several oil drills are mi operation In Owsley in search of more oil and gas! Thoy aro operating nnolJicr drill near tho great gas well nt Endee. Tho Manager says ho is over a largo pool of I havo the privilege of anoil. nouncing a paying oil well which lately came in on the William Gabbard land near Travelers' Rest. Hurrah for Old Owsley. Pro-Mirn. Farm at a Bargain! Crops, Stock and Implements Included Forty acres limestone soil, 3 miles on best pike out of Hcrt. 4 room home, barn MXi6 with galvanized roof, spring anil creek watered, excellent view. Owner wants larger farm. For ipiick sale "ill intitule growing crops: 15 acres com, 5 acres allalf.t, (barn already full of hay) 4 acres swrct clover meadow, 3 acres oats seeded to grass, balance in sweet clover and blue grass pasture; complete set implements, work team, 3 extra good milk cows, 3 betters, All go at a bargan if taken at once. Possession at once 3 sboats. Write or inquire, THE CITIZEN, llerea, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. as pastor. Gray of Eamoslvillo aro visiting friends and rolatlves at present. Green Mainous' daughter and son entertained n niro crowd of young Klnley folks last Tuesday night. Noeloy relumed from Franco a few days ago. Tho Sunday school at Union is going lo have a "Children's Pay" on the third Sunday in July. Everybody invited. MADISON COUNTY ' J Dreyfus Dreyfus. Juno 2i Mrs. James Holland, who has been sick for the past month, died Thursdr.y. Her remains were laid lo rest in the cemetery here. Born, Juno 20, lo Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Jones, a girl. Clinton Lunsford ami Edward Davis hao arrived home from over sea. Mrs. Florence Fox and baby of In ute spent last week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Davis. Mrs. Rbodii Click and daughter. Mrs. Martha Gamhrca, who havo been visiting with relatives here, returned to their homo in Bloomingtoti, III., last week. Harry Robinson left last week for Hamilton, 0,. whore he will work this summer-W- ill Lamb, who has been in tho Navy for tho past two years, has been honorably discharged and is now al home. F.iouer Baker of Berea was tbo guest of Tressio Jones last week. Tho Rov. Clark Winkler tilled his regular appointment nt the Christian church last Saturday and Sunday. Panola Evan (Jack) Panola. June 30. Wilson, telegraph operator al Fleming, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Dr. Robert Mrs. J. B. Wilson. Hughes nnd wife are visiting tho family of his brother-in-laJ. B. Wilson. Dr. Hughes has just re- - reived his diploma from tho Louls-- I vllle College of Dental Surgery. Hhoda Willoughhy (nee Ithoda Henderson) nnd son, Flornn, nro guests of relatives. Elsie and Mnfra Wilson were dinner guests of Minerva Kindred, Sunday. Virgil Richardson and Wlllard Skinner, over seas men, nro hack Mrs. R. II. Harris, Alger Harris and sons, Rco nnd Rob- -, ert, and Baho Mizo and family spent tho day .with the family of Rollie Cox, Sunday. Elby Richardson and family visited the family of Melvin Kindred, of Locust Branch. Sunday. .tune, the month of roses, is past, welcome hot July, the mouth of liberty and freedom. We hear the glad news that Germany signed the peneo pact, Snturday afternoon. - 1162 Acres Garrard County Land AT AUCTION Tuesday Morning, 10 O'clock JULY 15, 1919 A DANDY IDEAL LOCATION F SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man . ..1 1