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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): July 10, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 cit1919071001_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): July 10, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. BE.REA PUBLISHING CO. (IHCOKI'ORATEO) WM. G. FROST, EJilM-ln-ChKntmA nt Iht Ftotajffln at Itm, Kii a tmn4 under Attnf March, tV$. rau at Htm, Ky. VMbArrf AVry Thur-- Ut Vol. xxi. Five Cents Per Copy. IDerotecl to tto.e Interests of tlie HKIUJA, The Citizen JCo-LLntgLi- n. People Knnwtedae li Power and the way to keep up with tnodorn Knowledge Is to read a rood Newspaper. MADISON' COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Jl LY 10, 1010. One Dollar and Fifty Ccnls Per Year, No. 2. Who Controls in the Senate? The Republican majority in the U. S. Senate is so small thrft a few men can control the vote. Where are the Progressives? Has the spirit of Roosevelt passed from earth? Are there not men of back-bon- e in this body in Republican ranks to compel s to line up with right measures? the - Criticising Wilson will not win a campaign nor will fake reductions in Appropriation Bills. stand-patter- FIRST CHICAGO-TO-LIVERPOO- L 'STEAMSHIP Well-plann- WorJdNews Germany Strike Shaken strikes have taken Germany by the throat. The railroad service was tied up for two days, despite Hie fact that troops endeavored to control the situation unsuccessfully. Trains from Berlin were held up. In some instances I rains were run by soldiers. ed Go A-Fishi- ng Take a day off now and then during the summer. Find out what summer is for. Get out under the sky when it is blue, clear to t'le upmost reach of the eye, when the clouds are as silver wool and the hum of hotfey bee is heard. Get away with tackle, lunch basket and perhaps a book, to the lake or river, to the sea. Learn some of the beautiful secrets of God's out-of-doo- Campaign to Restore Monarchy Over Germany London, July 5. The German con- servativo parly has issued a proc- tarnation signed by Ernst von Hcy- debrand, lho parly's pleader in the Reichstag, stating that the party "declares war on the government and intends to uso its wholo strength lo the monarchy." according to a Copenhagen dispatch lo the Exchange Telegraph Company. Hindenburg takes Blame for War Field Marshal Says He was Responsible for Proclamations to Army London, July 5. Field Marshal von Hindenburg, former chief of the German staff, declares that he is responsible for acts of German main headquarters since August 1010, and also the proclamations of former Emperor William concerning tho waging of warfare. He asked President Ebert of Germany to inform the Allies to this affect, according to a Copenhagen dispatch lo the Exchange Telegraph Company. UJ Food Riots in Italy Of course summer produces corn, melons also, and many other good things. It grows hollyhocks too with their tall and stately beauty, and strews fields and gardens with llowers. God's thought, wrought into beauty Oh! this is a good old earth, God said so. He knows. You are to find it out aad rejoice in His wise care. Summer is for farms, gardens, crops yes! Also it is for fishing and resting under the great, green trees on grassy banks, beside the still waters. Summer is good. ... Thin Is lho 4,100-tnsteel stcnmshlp Lnko Ornnby which has Just sailed from Chicago for Liverpool with n cargo of provisions. It Is the llr.it Chlcugo vessel to innke the trip. Kentucky News Kentucky Medical Association Tho annual meeting of the Ken-lucValley Medical Association will take placo at Torrent July 11 and 12. Tho president is Dr. T. C Holloway of Lexington. Dr. Estill will speak on "Somewhere In Franco" Friday night. ky U. S. News Heat Wave The North felt the recent heat wave severely. Uoston ranked with Baltimore at 102 degrees. Philadelphia, Albany, X. Y., Harrodsburg. Pa, one hundred degrees each. U. S. MAJ. GEN. J. W. M'ANDREW Army Trucks and Lower Prices The papers announce the starting of fifty motor trucks on the transcontinental trip from Washington, to San Francisco. The trip is to take sixty days. In view of the statement that the U. S. Government has large surplus Army Stores to dispose of, including various food stuffs, how would it do for Uncle Sam to use his great trucks in the notable and needed work of lowering the cost of living? These trucks could take of the Quarter-Mlarge quantities of these stores under-charg- e D. in restricted C, Troops Leave Germany Department, to inland towns and sell them quantities to the profiteer-ridde- n consumer, guarding by restrictions in quantity or value, against the aster's about 20c a pound was afterwards retailed to the con sumer at 65c. As the people by taxetf paid for these supplies, they should have some benefit from their sale. Are there difficulties? The Army, the U. S. Government with Army and Navy, should know how to overcome difficulties. , Individuals and the smaller units of the old Third Army are losing no Dungeons Barred in Kentucky The dungeon at the Workhouse, time in gelling out of Germany. All is passing into antiquity with ,thc trains are crowded with casuals, rack, tho thumbscrew and other and sleeping car reservations from Coblenz to Paris arc booked a week relics, of penal correction In tho future it is to be used onlv allead. as a last resort for a fractious pris ' $100,000 For Uolstein oner. Heretofore it hns been used lo rectify behavior on the slightest King Pontiac, a famous blooded uHlstein bull, was sold Saturday. ,'ino worKiiouso tiungcons are too :un, uy .Mrs. neien .Massenai, 01 subterranean, built Into the stone tho Pequest Stock Farm, to E. B. foundations. They are pilch dark' linger, of Algonquin, 111., for $100,000. nnd each contains ono opening! Insurance of 70,000 is carried on I hat is tho door. In the door Is King Pontiac. He is five years old and weighs 2,100. cut n round hole, like the wig-wag Mountain Preachers' Conference A Most Important and Useful Assembly University. The discussions nre of high order and will produce results. Doctor Maine has a scholarly and helpful series of lectures on tho uso of the I!ih)c. Tlie extensive and intensive program of the Mountain Preachers' Conference is holding the close attention of deeply interested visitors who responded to the hearty call of Herea College. Doctor Raymond, of the College, presided throughout. Among the speakers are It. J. Colbert, Red Cross director; Doctor Queen, of the Congregational Theological Seminary, Atlanta, Oa.; Dr. James Watt Halne, of Herea; Doctor Slwkbridge, of State Ilural Survey; President McVey, of Kentucky Stato PRESIDENT MCVEY ON LEAGUE Doctor Queen presents the Mountain j Church anil the young people while the Inter-ChurWorld movement is presented nbly by Doctor Stockhridge. lho discussions, pertinent nnd pointed, nre most useful. Certainly the conference is well worth while. ch Or NATIONS, Dercn will have tho opportunity to hear President McVey, of Kentucky Slate University, spriak in Ihe Pavilion on the League of .Nations. Thcro will bo a largo audience to hear this vital question discussed. He speaks under tho auspices of the Conference of Mountain Preachers, Friday night, 7:30. CONTENTS PAGE 1. Editorials: Who Controls in lho Senate? Army Trucks H. S.NEW CONFESSES MURDER Prisoner Who Intimates Father U. S. Senator From Indiana Confesses He Killed Girl. li - nnd Lower Prices. Mountain Preachers' Conference. World, U. S., Stalo Xcws. PAGE 2. T.o Angelex, July 7. Hrlnglng with him the body of Miss Frledn .1. I.oser of Los Angelex. whom ho raid he hnd lonely spot In Topanco murdered nt cimyon near Itiirhank when sho rejected his offers of innrrlnge, Hurry S. New drove to the police station hero nnd nuked that he tie nrrested. He Intlnmted, tint did not directly tell tho police that his father Ih United States Senator Xew of Indiana. The Indiana senator hns no children, to advices received by tho ncccy-dlnpolice. 11 FIVE CHICAG0ANS ARE KILLED Tho Lire That Cost n Xew Patriotism. Life. Top Train Hits Automobile on Grade Cross. Prices for Food. British Dir Ing at Del Roy, III. Four igible Lands. Women Victims. Serial Story. Xcws of Current Evonls. Locals. Church Nows. Del Roy, III., July 7. Five Chlca-gonn- s o were killed here when nu In which they were riding was cut to pieces by an Illinois Central auto-mobll- PAGE 3. Roviow PAGE 4. PAGE 5. Classics. PAGE 6. PAGE 7. Publio Sales. Study tho train. The Impnct wns so great that the Four Judges to Try bodies were almost unrecognizable when picked up several feet from the Kerne of the crash. The dead are: William Huebner, Jr., Seventeen; Gertrudo Huebner, eighteen, sister; Agnes Kltzmaurlce, thirty-four- ; Kdni I'eet, eighteen ; Joseph Hums, Farm and Homo. Sunday S'cliool Lesson. Temperance. Pershing (lives France Praise. Eastern Kentucky News. PAGE 8. orifice on a lodge room door. This President Wilson at Home hole is covered by a plato which On Tuesday President Wilson can be opened only from tho out side. Tho prisoner is, therefore, landed' in Xew York from his long MnJ. (Jen. James McAndrew, forsealed in a box of Stygian black- sojourn in Europe. A reception in mer chief of stair of the A. E. F., hns New York awailed him, after which ness. returned to Washington n8 president lie went nt once to Washington of the Army Wnr college. The name Three Killed in Breathitt Three where a volume of accumulated of the Institution will herenfter be the business waits his decision. General Stnff college, nnd It will be Others Wounded Xew Yprk greeted him with a kept separate from the wnr plnns diA difllculty arose at , tho wedding vision. g ol crowd. Breathitt county, on the evening of July I. When the smoke cleared two were dead and At Moylan, Pa, the body of Dr. PERU four wounded, ono of whom died Anna Shaw, long a leader among REBELS women in all good causes, was laid Saturday morning. Green Fugato and his brother, to rest July 5th, amid a distinguish Hobson wero instantly killed. Court- ed company gathered from all part3 Augusto B. Leguia Takes Office ney Xoble was shot through the of Ihe country to show their re as President. breast, and after falling he raised spects for tho departed leader. on his arm and killed tho two Anna Shaw was a speaker of te boys. Zack Xeece was wound power, one of tho last'of tho asso- Former Executive, Senor Pardo, Ministers and High Army. ed in the leg. Xeece's boys were ciates of Susan B. Anthony and Officials In Jail. shot in tho arm. Frances Willard. Xoble was shot through BetVh Lliuu, Peru, July 7. Augusto H. tho shoulder. Green Xoble. a dc- - Army to Be Demobilized by August on Saturday took otllce ns proputy sheriff, was killed by the Fu- 19 at Present Rate visional president of Peru nnd moved gates two years ago, and it is supArmy men are now being dis- Into the government palace ns u result posed this vold grudge started tho charged at an average rate of 15,000 of the successful overthrow earlier In trouble. Courtney Xoblo died Sat- a day, a War Department statement tho day of President l'ardo. Senor l'ardo, his ministers and n urday morning. said Saturday, 'ho grand total of number of high olllclals of the nrmy of discharges to July 5 was given as and navy nre lu prison, l'urdo Is de2,011,110. State Adopts Text Books If tho rate wero con- - tained In the penitentiary here. Tho Stato lext book commission Mimed tho nrmy would bo down to Virtually no lighting nnd no casual Thursday completed tho adoption tho national defense act, strength of ties marked the overthrow of the Par-d-o government. of toxt books for tho common 233,000 men, by August 19. Senor Legult Is supported by virtualschools. Grinslead's speller and Enlistments havo increased sharp-th- o Heizer physiology were drop-- 1 ly since July 1, lho total being more ly nil of the army nnd naval forces In pod. It wns a complete overthrow! than 70,000. Nino replacement bat-- of Limn nnd public opinion here apparently Is behind him. the February program. Except) talions of 1,000 men each havo been The revolution began nt three o'clock as to threo of tho readers, tho sent abroad this morning with an attack on tho readers, tho writing books, geog palace by two regiments of police. Uy raphies, composition, two histories Hogs on High Level six o'clock, President l'ardo had been and agriculture, tho adoption was After breaking tho high price deposed and Senor I.eguln proclaimed Fadically differont. record threo limes last week, tho provisional president. The movement After tho meeting had adjourned hog market Monday continued Its wns similar to that which resulted In Gulllermo Govornor Black Issued tho follow- upward course. New top quota-lio- the overthrowon of President 19H. February 4, lllllliiKhurst ing statement: wero established at $22.10 a It wus announced that l'ardo would "I hopo and believe it is n goal hundredweight, as against an aver- be tried on charges of having conadoption. I am gratified that tho age cost of $21.53 on Thursday, since spired ngtilnst the Institution of the two books at which most criticism when Ihero was no Irading until republic. It Is alleged the government, In rewas direo led havo been dropped. Monday. SuOf course, I am not a school man Sensational advances in tho price fusing to obey the order of the propreme court lu tho habeas corpus and when it enmo to lho technical of corn took placo Monday largely ceedings In connection with the newsdiscussion of tho books I had to dc owing to tho steep ascent in tho paper Kl Tlempo, violated the constifor to tho Judgment of others, but value of hogs. Tho sharpest ascent tution. I was present all tho while, acof corn wns for tho July delivery, Another chnrge ngalnst l'ardo la that quainted myself with tho informa- which mado a nearly vertical jump he attempted to purchase the votes of tion availablo until I wns satisfied of 7c to $l.flt a bushel. It was said members of congress In order to carry I could proceed with tho work ns manufacturers wero ablo lo dispose out his plans to annul the election of intelligently as any ono not actively of corn products on a basis equal to Senor Leguia ns president and to place the candidate of his own party tn engaged and intimately conversant more than $2.00 a bushel for corn. power. with school matters possibly oould." (CsattMts: rsfs fits) (Catta tw m) Don-Xeecrecord-breakin- The extortionate prices of food in Italy have driven the people, to sacking and looting the stores in many of the cities,. Florence, famous for its art treasures, is in the hands of a pillaging mob whom the police and military authorities cannot control. Palermo, in southern Italy, Ancano, and Viterbo are each the scene of food demonstration. In some cases all food supplies are seized and distributed by organizations of Ihe people.. .. Tho Mayor of Rome "is urged lo antieipalo the demand for lower prices by ordering, a reduction of fifty per cent on all food stuffs. Food profiteers arc held for trial in some cases. U. S. Consul and Bolshevik! Tho Louisville Post Says: Tho New York Times prints a remarkable interview from John A. to this country. Mr. Embry afllrms that not one-ha- lf or Omsk, Russia, and recently returned turned to this country. Mr. Embry afllrms that not one-ha- lf or of tho truth has been told about the unspeakable cruelties of tho Bolshevik regime in Russia, and ho says that he has abundant testimony from American Red Cross officials to support what he has to say. Tho story is n painful one, but it sounds true. Among other things Mr." Embry charges that the Bolsheviks do habitually mistreat women, and ho relates a number of distressing incidents of this policy that ho says passed under his observation. one-tenth one-tenth WINJN Fu-ga- Clemenceau Tours War Region Premier Clemenceau Sunday began a visit to the devastated rethe zone of proQuentin. Everywhere ho was given a splendid welcome. Tho Premier encouraged the people to question him and bring complaints any forward which they had to make, and they wero not slow in doing so. In addressing tho population of St. Quentin M. Clemenceau declared that, now tho peace is concluded, tho work of construction and roform would bo tho government's foremost cafe. "Tho difficulties wo meet at every step," ho said "cannot bo solved by old rules. New methods must be found for new requirements, and wo must, above all, learn to uso that free individual initiative which tho republic must strive to develop. It is nol good practico for a democratic country lo leave everything to the government. "You will havo to rebuild .your homes and perhaps the habit thus acquired by tho Frenchmen of depending on himself to make tho effort will contribute to still further democratize our country. You musk not think that peace is a contract which ends all difficulties. "No country escapes the law of work." gions, entering tracted warfare at St I , ns Pago Two THE LIFE THAT COST A LIFE CHINAMAN THE CITIZEN GREAT SPRINTER ALFREDO GONZALES July 10, 1011). Sormon Communion Sunday, Union Church Benson DO YOU LIVE IN THE MOUNTAINS? BRITISH DIRIGIBLE R-34 Howard Roberts, Pastor Attend Mountain Summer School With Chautauqua Features BEREA COLLEGE, BEREA, KENTUCKY SAFELY LANDS Despite llio lirnl, a lino emigre rattan gathered fur llio Commun Inn service. The pastor spoke from llio I oxl: "l.lvo livos worlhy of fellowship with Clod, who Is inviting you to share Ills own Kingdom and glory. I. The?. 2:12. The early Christian Chureh had high conceptions of Iho relation ship of each Christian to flod, tlirn Christ. I'atil ami John speak of helng: "Sons of flod." "Heirs or flod." Of "Fellowship with God." Of being "Partakers of the Divino Of being "Strengthened witli might by His spirit in the inner man. Of "Christ in yon the hope of (5 lory." They had their minds on a per son, on their relationship to a per son. Wo too largely today have in mind our relationship to nn institution. We are church members. With them the dominating conviction was the Divine Person, Christ, the Son of God. They were under Divine care "My God shall supply all your need" was the truth laught them. We have, in thought, removed ourselves from under Divine care and come to live under natural law. We speak of the laws of hygiene, of sanitation, of environment, ol heredity as, if these laws could be separated from God, our Father, the. Creator of all laws, physical a. well as moral. We let the discovery of Ihe laws of physical life rtnd moral conduct eclipse the thought of God, the originator of all life and law. In the discovery of the methods of operation we lose sight of the operator; in tlio disclosure of the secrets of tho working of the invention; we forget that it had an inventor. We are like one looking at telegraph apparatus who says, "I know how it works," and proceeds to point out batteries, magnets, sounder, receiver, and forget the operator whose hand is on the key the inventor whose patient study and cunning thought devised these ingenuities. A Personal Relation Our relationships to Christ arc personal, not institutional. Christ is not the staff and equipment, the unknown head of a great hospital souls. He is the physifor sin-sician at the bed side, saying, "Thy faith hath made thee whole." Arise, sin no more. He is our Saviour, sent of God. The Worthy Life Your life is a purchased life. Says tho Apostle: "You are not your own: yc arc bought with a price." What are you worth? You are worth a life- Suppose ono had given his lifo to regcuo you from tho flames; braving lire and smoke, he ventured in the burning building and bore out your unconscious body, falling lifeless as tho result of his venture; or that ono rescued you at tho peril of his lifo from raging seas or contagious disease, would it not be ever in your thought. "I must live worthily; my lifo cost a life." Admitted to the friendship of the noble and good, would you not put away all meanness and pettiness, that you might be worthy of high companionship? Tho sacrillco of Christ demands High Living. Tho Soul must be ck 1 IMPERILS STORM AIRCRAFT WHEN IT DESCENDS AFTER TRIP OF 108 HRS. AND 12 MIN. Iwl it mmmm mnrmaminm -- June 6 to July 11 and July 11 to August 15 nature." Pleasure and profit for aspiring teachers, business Chrismen, farmers, discharged soldiers, tian workers. "Something good for every comerl" Daily discussions of things important for the mountains, meeting mountain leaders from eight states. Uerea Faculty includes many of the greatest educators and speakers of the south, and summer brings in other noted men, moving pictures, entertainments, music. Berea is religious, "works with all followers of Christ." Tobacco, prohibited except to confirmed users over thirty. Only conditions for entrance that you live in the mountains and are above house-keepers, non-sectaria- n, Major Prltchnrd Jumps From Balloon 1,000 Fett With Parachute Triumphs Over Elements In 3,600 Mile Flight From Scotland. Suptr-Zeppel- in Wetrrn Ntwspnper ltoosnvclt Field, over rnln, fog nnd lovlnthnn of her landing place Hear Kdlnhurgh, Union N. Y. Nws Hfrvlr. Triumphing adverse winds, tho the nlr, arrived at on Koosovolt Field Just lot) hours and 12 minutes after her depart mo from 1'nst Fortune, Alfredo liotiznlc. funner president of Cntn Men, whose administration was overthrown by tho Tlnnco revolution. In In Washington conferring with olllclnls. Scotland, covering it miles, Tho big filer will start on tho return trip, going by way of Philadelphia, llaltlmoru and Washington, At the national capital sho will bo tnaunu-ere- d In order to glvu tho nation's lawmaker and others a chance to form' u correct Idea of tho nerlul passenger carrier of thu future An electrical storm which struck tho Held endangered thu snfuty of tho dirigible, nnd all tpectutors were ordered off Uio field, as It was feared Uiat ii Hush of lightning striking tho front gas bag might cuuso a dangerous explosion. In order to suervlso tho ground work Major J. K. M. I'rltchanl, crew, made a parachute of the hup from u height of nbout 1,000 feet nnd landed safely. As soon as ho touched thegronnd he took charge of the mooring, which was accomplished! without a hitch, although thero wns momentary danger of n Hash of lightning Igniting the hydrogen gas In the bnllouets nnd causing nn explosion. distance of 11,(100 TOP PRICES FOR FOOD Will V...J fifteen. Best location, climate and equipment. Not Go Any Higher; Nor Hsuch lint Hsleh, one of the best men on the truck team of the University of Wisconsin, 1ms been the highest Individual point winner In two recent big meets. He went to the university direct from Peking In 1010 iind graduated this yonr. hut Is going linek course. for a Note two things: The studies and entertainments are the best, and especially adapted to people from the mountains. And the prices are made right for young folks just getting a start "cheaper than staying at home." Come Down. Coit of Living Finally Topmost Reaches Its Mark, Declare Gov, ernment Expert. purged from pride, which is folly; of selfishness, which is sin; of all littleness. At Heaven's Gate Imagine at Heaven's gale thp average church member, whom St. Peter kindly addresses: "Did you expect to enter here? and why did you?" "Why, you see I am a member of SI John's Church and attend services unite regularly, when it is convenient, and I am not too tired. I have been a regular contributor to J lie Church, attend all the social gatherings anil sometimes work on the committees. I pay all my debt.." SI. Peler replied, seriously. "What about the spiritual ilests? Are you fitted foV-- Heaven? Will you feel at home?" "Have you been forgiving to all?" "Aro you unselfish, as He was?" "Do you love your neighbor, or just, tolerate him?" 'Then what about pride? You know he humbled Himself." Before these solemn and searching nuestions courage failed, vanished humiliation of spirit ensued a pause Then came tho faltering question on which so much happiness depended. "Would you admit me for Christ's sako?" "You may enter." Another approaches, a friend of the poor, the oppressed and needy. The atmosphere of love and goodness enveloped her. The Gates opened at her approach. The Lord knows His own. The worthy lifo is the Godlike life. Godlike in love, goodness. mercy. Tho life begotten only of the indwelling Spirit of Christ, the transformed life. Tho vastness of tho universe challenges, microscope ami telescope. Infinite seems to bo its God is inviting you to reaches. share His Kingdom, to" become moral forces of unknown value and to share in His Glory shall we enter into His purpose? the whole community. Tho great lesson of tho war is that tho rights of the community aro paramount. Every individual's rights must be subordinate to the welfare of the community. "Health is a public matter. We need close supervision of stores, schools, and factories in peace as was exercised during the war on behalf of the soldiers. There must be recreation provided for all. An educational system that will give all an opportunity to be efllciont. Of 0,000 railroad employees examined for service with the U.i. Army only 210 nualilled for the jobs. Of the 10,000,000 industrial workers 7.000,000 have had no training. It is the duly of the community to train every citizen to be eillcienl at something. The new patriotism must he unselfish not individualist, but communistic; intelligent and determined. Eternal vigilance is tho price of liberty. It means but it is necessary. It means being possessed by great (deals of America and sharing them their fellow-me- n. "Now, why all this sacrifice? To with others. This is a hemic task make the world safe for democ- and a patriotism worth while. racy. But it is alo necessary to make our community safe. DemocTHE COUNTRY CHURCH racy floes not mean "I am as good as you are," but "You are as good As modern conditions change, tho as I am" and thero is a vast dif- problem of keeping up country ference. It means brotherliness churches, of securing funds, workand being the big brother to others ers, and enthusiasm, grows more MRS. BALLINGTON BOOTH WELCOMED is a costly business. difficult. Many former church gowotild have "Somo us be- ers now race around Sundays in lieve there is no call for patrioti- automobiles. Many churches sm, now that peace is declared. pay a decent salary, nnd it is don't But such is a wiong idea. Our nato securo settled pastors. tion learned Mine valuahlo lessons The growth of a moro intelligent on thrift and conomy during the religious atliludo removes old prewar lessons which aro just as judices to their work. If governed valuable in tin e, of peace Aro wo' by an enlightened policy, the to slump bac- - into tho old way of churches of Berea and surrounding living before the war. God forbid. country can bo a greater factor in If we have n d learned our lesson, development of tho community than the war closed too soon; indeed it over before. may require a war within our own Their first mis.sion is to preach borders to thoroughly awaken us. tho Gospel, to convinco tho world It is not enough to fight on the of the reality of things spiritual, must live to bet-'- er and that there aro things moro rebattle Held--w- o condition 'it home. warding than money. But tho ma"Nino-tentof the properly in jority of poojrto cannot bo won by th America is in possession of mere preaching. Somo tangible, re. of tho people; from July 101 i suits, bonflcinl to tho community, to November l!'H, the prico of food must bo demonstrated. increased 83 per.-cnt- , tho price of The usefulness of rural churches shelter 20 percent, tho prico of ha-- been prejudiced by tho division clothing 03 nor.cnt, and the price of into rival sects. Wherever thero fuel and light increased 55 percent, aro moro churches than tho field and sundries 55 percent, an average can support, there should bo a con increase of 05.9 percent. Since solidation. The rural church should November the prico of food de- mako itself tho center for ovory Sirs. liulllngton Uooth, wife of the bead of the Volunteers of America, creased 4.1 percent, prico of cloth- helpful community activity, being greeted on her return from France aftyr over a year's service there. She and if ing 0.2 per cent, shelter has Increas- so, thero will bo no received a big welcome In the Mauhuttau operu house. The photograph wn troublo in raised 1.7 per cent, coal has increased ing taken In the canteen at 403 Seventh avenue, New York. funds. 1.3 per cent, an average decreaso of of a ringing call for patriotism peace as we have shown patriotism to country during the stress of war. Following is a summary of his address; "We have heard a great deal about patriotism duping the last four years. But what is patriotism. It is not Hie waving of (lags; not singing the Star Spangled Ban ner, or marching in a parade; not saying mean tilings about the Huns. "Patriotism is setting aside one's own interest for tho sako of the nation. There were many striking illustrations of this men serving for $30, and expert physicians not getting enough to pay their ofllce rent at home. Hardships, innumerable in camp life and on battle-lin- e were borne with courago and fortitude with no word of complaint. The folks at home gavo their wheat, meat, and sugar to help feed the hungry in Europe, with no law compelling them to do so but the law of lover love for country and , self-sacrifiult hs one-ten- Washington. July 7. The cost of liv ing llimlly !ms leuilieil Its topmost murk; food prices will he no higher; Address The Secretary, Marshall E. Vaughn, lint it limy he years before there Is m decided drop, nceording to Assistant (Adv.) . Berea, Kentucky Chief Marshall of the bnrenu of mar kets, ilepiirtnient of agriculture. In un Explosion Shatttr Windows. Interview Marshall fuIO : 2.8 percent. Hutte, Mont. Ks plosion of dynaNEW PATRIOTISM "For about six month price of food "Health conditions must be im- unci other commodities have reumlned mite placed In tho entrance of the Copper Mining Company's pay proved. Three million are sick fairly stationary, except for seasonal Fourth of July Address, by James otllco damaged that and surrounding every day in America. One hun- change. Watt Raine "In general present high price are buildings In the business district. An dred thousand infants die yearly due, first of nil, to cheap money, nnd Iron grating was blown against a The patriotic rally held in the from preventable One-ten- th diseases. the street, narrowly next to mammoth depletion of the building arms pavilion last Friday evening was of the population is not re- world's stock of goods, foods, and live missing a street car loaded with e. fairly attended by the towsnpeo-pl- ceiving living wages. Three-fourtMock. There Is n world shortage of miners. Damage wns estimated nt Mayor Gay presided and Dr. of men, women and children in many Maple commodities nnd foods." f.1,000. Windows tn nearby store shattered, but tho charge, I'ellon led in the singing of some America are at a disadvantage. The High inent prices are caused by were appropriate songs. new patriotism means to give every world shortnges, he said. Swine herds thought by tho police to have been Dr. J. Wall Itaine was the speak- ,man, woman and child a fair chance are much decreased In almost every dozen strtcks of dynamite, was not placed properly do great damage to er of the evening, and delivered a to be well born, well nourished and country except the United States, ngrt tho brick and to concrete pay office, culture department record show. Ger thrilling and masterly address on (well schooled. which Is across the street from thu mnny Is short Ifi.OMl.OOO head of swin 'The New Patriotism." His mesWestern Federation of Minors Hall, "As a nation we have been indi- and Denmark nbout 2.000.000. sage dealt with important and press vidualists our history has which was dynamited In 1014 during made us factional union controversy. Throo ing problems of the new era upon so. In pioneer days ono family was MESSAGE TO U. S. HEROES h men have been arrested, and held for we have entered anil was which hs i Pretldent Wilton Urge Nation's Fight, era to Continue Government Insurance Permanent Policies, Investigation. July On Ilonrd P. S. S. Oeorge Washington, 7. President Wilson In n men. sage to the nation's lighting forces urged them to continue their government Insurance. The president says the government will transform their policies from term Insurance to permanent Insurnnre. He declnred that America's heroes have nn exclusive right to the Insurnnre because they served their country In Its great crisis. The president's message Is as follows! "U. S. S. (Jcorge Washington. If It were possible, I should welcome tho opMirtunlty to speak to each of you who, by service In the great war, earned the right to government Insurance, and urge the wisdom of continuing this unusunl protection to your dependents and yourselves. "The government will transform your policies. In whole or In part, from term Insurance, arranged as a war measure, to such permanent forms its you may desire, nnd I urge your acceptance of the permanent protection which the generous terms of those policies afford. "You have nn exclusive right to this Insurance because you served your country In Its great crisis, and I am sure that In the years to come you will consider your government Insurance policy as n physical reminder thnt In the war with (lennnny you wore the uniform of your country. (Signed) "WOODHOW WILSON." YANKS TO Surrender To Allies For Trial Rsfusd. Amsterdam. "The allies only can have my dead body; I myself will decide on my life or death," the former Oermon Crown Prince Is quoted u having said In discussing a possible, demand for extradition. This statement, reported by the British Wireless Service correspondent, was said to hav been made by him to a Dutch official, who talks datly with the former Crown Prince. According to the official, Frederick Hohenxollern Is In excellent health. He takes motor cycle rides dally and frequently visit both the rich nnd the poor on tba Island of Wlerlngen. Cleveland Lints Block Traffic Cleveland, O.Cnn atoned, crewn attacked, six persons Injured and six arrested waa the result of disorders re sulting from the strike of street "car motorxnen and conductors. At a number of places switches were spiked, trolley wires pulled down, or short' circuited and tracks barricaded or greased. Intenirhan cars on all llnea were turned bark at the city limit by onion pickets, who refused to permit them to enter the city. Rxcept for a few Interrupted attempts street car transportation Is at a standstill. Fleet To Qrat Prlnca. Newport, R, L The Prince of Wales, when he arrives here next month, will have as a guard of honor a large fleet of Hrltlah warships, to which will be added the great Atlantic fleet of Ui United State. The Prince will be accorded a reception, or a aeries of receptions, which will exceed even the elaborate reception given to hi grandfather, the late King Edward VII, who waa the Prince of Wales when, prior to the Civil War, he visited the United VISIT LONDON Two Thousand American Fighters Will De Taken to England by General Pershing. London, July 7, It Is understood States, thnt General Pershing has postponed his visit to London, to July 17, planPoms Chosen In Peru, ning tn remain until July 10. He may Washington,--D- r. M. I'orras ha be accompanied by n composite regi- been nppolnted President of tho Peru 3,000 American troops reprement of Cabinet ami Minister of Foreign senting all the units still aligned with vian Affairs by Provisional President the allies In France. If the date of his who overthrew President Pardo visit, given above, Is continued, 'oppor- nnd assumed olllce July 4. tunity will he provided for the Americans to participate In the penro celePessoa 8tarts to Braxll. bration on July 10 and march with tho New York. Dr. Kpltuclo Pessoa, British troops In this city. Tho pro- President-elec- t of Brazil, sailed' for gram for General Pershing's visit Inhomo on the American dreadnought a, cludes an official visit to tho city, where he will receive an award of honor; have lunch with the king and n dinner at tho house of commons. To Try "Sub" Commanders. London, July 7, Seventy Germnn submarine commanders, whoso mimes and present whereabouts aro known to the allies, face trial before the proponed International tribunal In London, It wuh learned here. Fall of Riga Near. Copenhagen, July 7. Tho fall of Hlga Is reported Imminent. Tho German forces have been defeated on all sides. Idaho. 8 s Prices Reduced In Rome, Home. Shopkeepers In Home, learning that tho riots throughout tho district are spreading to other cities, have decided to reduco their prices without waiting to be forced to that course by mob violence Five Die After Crash. Httzlptnn. Ph. Five nersona were killed and one Injured, perhaps fatally, when a Lehigh Valley Hallroad milk train struck an automobile carrying: party from Frceluud when at Um Falrtlow crossing. - '1 i THE CITIZEN The bloody Hps parted, however, nnd REVIEW OF the eyes opened with a piteous, appealing expression In their depths. It wns apparent that there wns something ho CURRENT wanted to say, something he had to say before he died. He gasped n dozen words or more In n tongue utterly unknown to Harnes, who bent closer to How the United States Launched rntch the feeble effort. It wns he who now shook his head ; with n groan tho The Great Experiment of sufferer closed his eyes In despair. IIo National Prohibition. choked nnd coughed violently an Instant later, "Get some water nnd n towel," cried Miss Thackeray, tremulously. She EMERGENCY LAW IN EFFECT wns very white, hut still clung to the man's hand. "He quick I Hehlnd the bar." President Returns Home to Take Up Harnes unbuttoned the coat nnd Fight for League of Nations Senawhite shirt. the tor Borah Charges That Wall he said In "Hetter leave this to me," Street Is Financing League of her ear. "There's nothing you can do. Nations Propaganda British He's done for. Plense go nway." Dirigible Meets With "Oh, I shn'n't faint at least, not yet. Poor fellow I I've seen him upDisaster When Near End stairs and wondered who he was. Is of Voyage. ho really going to die?" Harnes, gently "Looks bnd," said By EDWARD W. PICKARD. opening the shirt front. Several of The United States has launched the the craning men turned uwuy sud- great experiment. Just after the denly. treaty wus signed that nominally "Who Is he. Mr. Jones?" brought the wur to an end, our war"He Is registered us Andrew Paul, time emergency prohibition act went I know. from New York. That's all Into effect and the entire country beThe other man put bis name down ns came officially "hone dry." PresumaAlliert Itixut. He seemed to he the bly demobilization will be completed boss und this man u sort of servant, within two months or so, nnd there fur as I cinild make out. They never will be a "wet spell" at least In some tnlked much and seldom came down-stair- states until tho constitutional amendThey had their meals In their ment goes Into effect on January 10. room." At present there Is considerable conThere Is nothing we can do," said fusion concerning the scope and the Humes, "except try to stanch the (low enforcement of the emergency law. A of blood. He Is bleeding Inwardly, I'm federal court has ruled In favor of ufraid. It's u clean wound, Mr. Jones. beer and wine containing not to exLike n rltlc shot, I should say." per cent of nlcohol and In ceed "That's Just what It Is," said one of' many localities the dealers are taking the men, n tall woodsman. 'The feller a chance nnd dispensing those drinks. who did It wus n dead shot, you c'n In most states the old nnd new laws bet on that. He got t' other man on prohibition prevent even this. In square through the heart." any ease the manufacture and sale of "Lordy, but this will raise a rum- all drinks with the greater alcoholic "We'll content pus," groaned the landlord. are barred und Attorney Genhnve detectives nn' " eral Palmer has ordered rigid enforce"I guess they got whnt wns comln' ment of the law relating to them. to 'em," said another of the men. The "wets" have been making a "What's that? Why, they wns rldln' gnme but losing light, and the "drys" us could be to Spanish Falls. hnve refused tu yield at nny point. peaceful What do you mean by snyln' that, Jim The forces of the lntter In congress How are planning to pass measures to preConley? Hut wait n minute does It happen that they were up neur vent the country from going on a your dad'H house? That certainly basis between the uln't on the road to Span " time of demobilization and January 10, Fulls nothln' They wasn't and to put n stop to the sale of weak "Spanish goln' to Spunlsh Falls nny tnore'n I nm beer and light wines at once, regardless of court rulings. nt this minute. They tied their horses Though the United States Is now the up the road Just uhove our house," only "dry" country, there may he said young Conley, lowering Ids voice beforu very long, for the United out of consideration for the feelings Kingdom ulllance, encouraged hy the of the helpless man. "It wns nhoht success of the American prohibitionists, 'leven o'clock. I reckon. I wns comln' has opened n campaign to put Great home from slngln' school up at Number Ilrltuln on the same basis. American Ten. an' I passed the bosses hitched to methods will bo followed and Amerithe fence. Naturally I stopped, curi- can spenkcrs Imported. London correous like. There wasn't no one nround, spondents predict that to deprive the fer ns I could see, so I thought I'd Hrltlshcr of his ale, porter and beer take a look to see whose bosses they would almost precipitate a revolution. were. I thought it was denied funny, Hrltlsh labor Is against prohibition, them bosses belli' there nt that time o' but so Is American labor; and It may night an' no one nround. Looked he that John Hull will In the not dismighty queer to me. Course, thinks tant future bo reduced to drinking I, they might belong to somebody "lemon squashes" and "minerals." The vlsllln' in there ut Green Fancy, so I world will wutch the American experithought I'd" ment, one of the greatest ever made "Green Fnncy," said Harnes, start- In economics, with intense Interest. i vr Page Threa, tl i . July 10, 1911). . hnv- i ' NEWS u GREEN FANCY GEORGE K,& EVENTS becomes a member of the Lengue of Nations, It will be called nn soon to begin assuming International duties Dispatches from nnd responsibilities. Paris say President Wilson will propose to congress tho acceptance of a mandate for Constantinople nnd for Armenia. liui. In i.ise Ihe t li mi Mint,... ! Hi nll'es, but lint th'T pnrp. se to tr h in f i I Is er.iiu" Is evidenced hy tlrelr warning to Holland not to permit him to escape from Dutch territory, and hy Lloyd George's announcement In the house of commons flint William will soon he placed on trial in London. h's If- - fr li BMR. NCUlUltQN Vv fuW of "CRAUSTARK.- - THE HOLLOW OF HER HAND.-T- HE A PRINCE OF GRAUSTARK," ETC . Senator Horah, rninpnnt opponent of the league, broke out In n now place last week, with charges that the propaganda of the league to enforce peace, lieaded by Taft, Is llnanced by Wnll street, Mr. Taft's organization glories In the fact thut most of Its financial support comes from men of big business and broad vision. "It may be," said Senator Horuli "thut the occasion for the opposition upon the part of small men Is not a limitation of vision; It may possibly he that their Investments are not the same and their Interests urc not the same. "II may he that they are confining themselves .to (lie Interests of thole own country and believe In the traditions und policies of their country, and It may possibly he that those who take a wider view of the matter are those wtio have large Investments In other countries, nnd who propose to have more Investments there, which Investments will he wortli very little unless they arc underwritten by the United States government." It Is not easy to see why American business men should he criticized because they wish to see peace permanently established in Kurope so that they can resume trade, commerce and Industry with the Kuropenns., An Instance of what they are getting ready to dj Is supplied hy the news that three great American construction concerns have been nwarded a contract for the rebulld'ng of the Nancy district of France at an estimated figure of $iV),000,U0O, which sum may be doubled. DUpn ti I:m from Weimar declared that the national assembly would at once take up the peace treaty und that u majority for Its ratification wus assured. The Germans hud been notified that the blockade would he lifted us soon ns the pact were ratified, and they expressed the hope thut German prisoners of war would be relensed nt the same time. As an earnest of their sood Intentions the Germans ceased ul) warfare on the Poles simultaneously for some time nnd not without n Released fiom danger In that direction, the Poles turned nil their uttentlon to the front, starting a in which they claimed to have broken the Ukrainian resistance and regained vontrol of important towns and railways. There Is no assurance, however, that Gerinnny will not nguln break out on the east front, for uccord-Into correspondents she bus, since the armistice, reorganized an army of about 1,000,000 men and gathered equipment for three times that number, including ns many airplanes as she hud when she surrendered. Of course all this Is contrary to the terms Germany accepted, und If the stories are true the allies will have to et busy again. The Germans can be trusteil In one respect, and one only. They will evnde the treaty If 'It Is possible for them to do so. The French foreign office gave out the texts of the proposed agreements of France with the United States and Grent Hrltaln designed to protect France against unprovoked nggresslon hy Germany. The pacts differ In that Great Hrltaln "consents to come" to the rescue of France, while the lnlted States "will be hound to come Immediately." Various plans are being devised by the Gennnns to saye the former koler from trlul nnd punishment. Including the formation of n national lengue for the "protection of his freedom und forVon Hethnittiin-Hollwelife." mer Imperial chancellor, formally nsked the allied nnd associated powers to place him on trial Instead ot the former emperor, assuming responsibility for nil the acts for which William Is blamed. The German general stuff, which resigned, agreed to withdraw Its resignations If the government would promise not to give up the for arraignment before n court. William Is In no danger of s. Giillcian-Volhyiilan counter-offensive g blood-soake- 4 8YN0P8I3. Hnrnts. K wealthy New Yorker, on n wslklns; trip tliromth New Kngtnnil, la emu lit In a from hi ilrstlnntlnn. At a storm mil crosirnsil point lie meets a Klrl In tlx plight. Wlill they niscuss the. sitmima uation n aiitoninlille, sent to meet ths rtrl. arrives unit Ilarnes In Riven a lift to Klrl Hart's tavern, whlln thewhich In taken "lie tails on to her destination, llnrnes If a plara railed Oreen Fancy. th tsvern Ilsrnes CHAPTrU Il-- At fnllM In with a strarnle.1 trourw of artnrs headed by Lyndon Ktishcrofl, ami becomes Interested In "barn-stormin- CltAITKtl ter, you seo to have met you. Umm. t'ltAPTnil tit An the storm rtows. llnrnes finds himself womrlnK over tlie safety cf the Klrl. traveling over the mountain roals at what he considers dan lie learns tnnt (ireen Kermis tpeeil. Fancy l something; of a house of mystery. Two mounted men leave the tavern In a manner which arouses llarnes' curiosity. CHAPTER IV. An Extraordinary Chambermaid, a Midnight Tragedy, and a Man Who Said "Thank You." Miss Thnckcray wan "turning down" IiIk bed when lie entered Ids room nfter bidding lil k now nctor friends good night. He wus staggered iiml somewhat abashed hy the iiiipenriince of Miss Thackeray. She wits liy no menus dressed ns a clmmhcrninlil should be, nor was she as duinh. On the contniry, she confronted him In the choicest raiment thai her wardrobe contained, nnd she wns bright and cheery mid exceedingly Incompetent. It wax her costume that tdiocked him. Not only wns she nttlred In n evening gown, bespangled with llnxet, hut she wore it vnst, picture hut vhoe crown of black wild utmost wholly obscured hy u gorgeous white feather that once must have adorned the king of nil ostriches. She wns not nt nil hi Idea of n chambermaid, lie started to hack out of the door with nn apology for having blundered Into the wrong room hy mistake. "Come right In," she Raid cheerily. "I'll soon lo through. 1 supoe I should have done nil this mi hour ago; liut I Just hud to write n few- letters. I mil Miss Thackeray. This Is Mr. Hume., J helleve." Me Iwiwcd, Mill quite overcome. "You needn't he scared," she cried, ohsvrvlng hl confusion. "This Is my regular uniform. I'm starting n new style for chambermaids. Old It paralyze you to find me here!" "I couldn't helleve my eyes." She abandoned her easy, careless manner. A look of mortlllcntlon came Into her eyes ns she straightened up and faced him. Her voice wns n trllle husky when she spoko again, nfter u moment's pause. "You sec, Mr. Humes, these nrc tho only duds I hnve with me. It wasn't rose-colory - everything nearly nil right. Good night, sir." She closed the door behind her, leaving him stnndlng In tho middle of the room, perplexed hut amused. "Ily George." he said to himself, still staring nt the closed door, "they're wonders, nil of them. I wish I could do something to help them out of " He snt down abruptly on the edge of the bed nnd pulled his wallet from his pocket. lie set about counting tho hills, n calculating frown In his eyes. Then he stared ut tho celling, summing up. "I'll do It," ho said, after n moment of mental figuring. lie told off a half dozen bills and slipped them Into his pocket. The wallet sought Its usual resting place for the night: Under a pillow. He wns healthy and ho was tired. Two minutes nfter his head touched the pillow he wns sound asleep. He was nroused shortly after midnight hy shouts, apparently Just outside his window. A mail was calling In a loud voice from the road below; an Instant later he heard a tremendous pounding on the tavern door. Springing out of bed, he rushed to the window. There wero horses In front of the house several of tliein and men on foot moving llko shadows nmoiig tbein. Turning from the window, he unlocked and opened the door Into the liflll. Some uuo was cluttering down nTisofu'tcly fn nigs." "(Hail I think you'll find new council of five, comprising Lansing, Plchoti. Halfour, Tlttonl nnd Mnklno. Tlttonl let It bo known that Italy wished all territory taken from Austria to be definitely disposed of In the Austrian treaty, which meant thai that pact could not be formulated for shoe time nnd not without a protracted debate over the Flume question especially. The Chinese delegates said they expected to the trenty with Austria, In which they found nothing objectionable, and thereby gain admission to the League of Nations despite the withholding of their signatures from the German treaty. China probably will make n separate pence with Germany. In refusing to sign the Oermnn trenty the Chinese delegate disobeyed their Instructions from Peking, being Influenced tiy the south China revolutionaries. The Turkish delegation to Paris was sent buck homo In n hurry because Its Ideas concerning the maintenance of the Ottoman empire were quite contrary to the plans of the allies. These plans, however, are still Inchoate. Greece, which wanted possession of Constantinople and realizes that sho cannot have it, Is urging that the United States accept the mandate) for that city as well us for Armenia, but there is more than n chance that the Americans would not ngree to this. Meanwhile the Greek forces In Asia Minor are fighting three Turkish nrmles over which the government of Turkey says It bus no control. It wns predicted In Washington that with the return of President Wilson there would be n radical change In the government's policy toward Mexico. Senator King of Utah, Democrat, said the administration would practically Issue an ultimatum to Carnin-zdemanding guarantees for the protection of American lives and property In Mexico nnd hinting nt intervention by the United Stutes. Tho public hns Just learned the facts concerning the brutal murder of John W. Correll, an American citizen, near Tamplco on June 10, nnd the nssault on his wife. There Is every reason to believe that Carranzn soldiers were the perpetrators of those shocking crimes. n, -- All mntters concerning the peace treaties are now In the hnnds of the s. "; 1 whisky-drinkin- g 1 ty the narrow staircase. The bolts on the front door shot back with resounding force, and there came the hoarse Jumble of excited voices us men crowded through the entrance. Putnam Jones' voice rose nbove the clamour. Do you want to wake "Keep quiet everybody on the place?" he was saying angrily. "What's up? This is a Good Lord I line time o' night to he What's the matter with him?" "Telephone for a doctor. Tut damn" qidckl This one's stilt alive. The other one Is dead ns n door nail up at J I in Conley's house. Olt ole Doc James down from Saint Liz. Hring him In here, boys. Where's your light? 1 Having lived to see the triumph ot the cause for which she labored for many years, Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, honorary president of the National American Woman's Suffrage association, passed away at her home In iloylan, Pa., at the age of seventy-on- e years. During the wnr Doctor Shaw did excellent work ns chairman of the women's committee on the council of natlonnl defense, and for this she had Just been nwarded the distinguished service medal. , ,. -W v4 CS; NT E) "You See, Mr. Dames, These Are the Only Duds I Have With Me." necessary to put on this hut, of course hut I did It simply to make the char ucter complete. I might Just us well iniike beds and clean wuslistnnds In u picture hut on In u gown, ho here I am." She was n tall, pleasant-facegirl of twenty-thre- e or four, not unlike net father In many respects. "I nm very sorry," ho said lamely. "I have heard something of your misfortunes from your father and tin others'. It's It's really hurd luck." "I call It rattier good luck to have got nwuy with tho only dress In the lot thut cost more thuti tuppence," she aid, smiling again. "Lord knows what d d would have happened to uio If they bud dropped down on us at the end of tho first act. I was thn heairar'a daugh " Knsy now I Harnes waited to hear no more. Ills blood seemed to he running Ice cold ns he retreated Into the room and began scrambling for his clothes. The thing he feared had come to pass. Disaster had overtaken her in that wild, senseless dash up the mountain road. He was cursing half aloud as lie1 dressed, cursing the fool who drove that machine and who now was perhaps dying down there In the taproom. 'The other one Is dead us a door nail," kept running through his head "tho other one." A dozen men were In the taproom, gathered around two tables that had been drawn together. The men about the table, on which was stretched the figure of the wounded man, were douhtedly natives: Farmers, woods of the tavern. At n I men or employees word from Putnam Jones they opened up nnd ullowed Humes to advance to the side of the man. "See If you c'n understand liltu, Mr. Harnes," said tho landlord. Perspirad tion was dripping from his long, face. "And you, Hacon you nnd Dllllngford hustle upstairs and get a mattress ofTn one of the beds. Stand at the door there, Pike, nnd don't let any woman in here. C!o away, Miss Thiickeniy ! This Is no place for you." Miss Thackeray pushed her wuy past the man who tried to stop her and Joined Harnes. "It Is the place for me," sho said sharply. "Haven't you men got sense enough to put something under his head? Wheru Is he hurt? Get that cushion, you. Stick It under here when I lift his head. Oh, you poor thing! We'll he us quick us possible. There I" The man's eyes were closed, hut nt the sound of a woman's voice ho opened them. The hand with which bo clutched nt his breast slltl off and seemed tQ be groping for hers. Ills breathing was terrible. Tlieru was blood at the corners of his mouth, nnd more oozed forth when his Hps parted In an effort tu speak. With u courage that surprlxt'd even herself, the girl took his hand In hers. It was wet and warm. Shu did not dare look ut It. "Mercl, uiadanie," struggled from tho mini's lips, and he smiled. Harnes leaned over nnd spoke to him In French. The dark, eyes closed, und tin almost Imperceptible shako of tho head signified that he did not understand. Kvldently he )ind acquired only u few of the simple French expressions. Harnes hud a slight knowledge of Spunlsh und Italian, und tried uguln with no better results. Germun was his last resort, und he knew he would full once more, for the inun obviously, was not Kas-eolraw-bonepaln-strlckc- ing. "Was It up that far?" demanded Teutonic. Jones. "They was hitched Jest about a hundred yards below Mr. Curtis' proplty, N. Y., late In the afternoon of on the off side o' the road. I hadn't July S, came to grief In the Huy of any tnore'n got to our front gate when Fundy, between Nova Scotia and New I heard some one running In the rond Hrunswick. A United States destroyup there behind me. 'Fore I knowed er wus dispatched to her aid from the what wns happenln', bang went a gun. Otter Cliff stutlon at Hur Harbor, Sle. I almost Jumped otit'n my boots. The The airship evidently wus following riinnln' hud stopped. The horses wns the coast line in u southwesterly direcrurln' an' tearing' so I thought I'd " tion toward New York. The dirigible "Where'd the shot come from?" destarted from Fast Fortune, Scotland, manded Jones. at 1 :4S on the morning of July 2, and "Up the road some'eres, I couldn't despite the accident, the achievement is considered In aviation circles us a swear Just where. Must'n' been up by success. The new motor that wns Inthe road that cuts In to Green Fancy. Su I thought I'd hustle III an' see If stalled worked splendidly until near pn wus u wake, an' git my gun. Jest the end of tilt- - voyuge, and the crew of '':t men, Including one American, then pa stuck his head otit'n the winhad nothing hut praise for the conduct der nn' yelled what the hell's the mutof the big airship before that. ter. You betcher life I sung out who I was mighty quick, 'cuuso pa's purty Scores of nrmy und navy officers were nt Mlneola to welcome the Hrltspry with n gun an' I didn't want him lsh llyers, and general sympathy wus ttiklu' me fer burglars sneaking around expressed, During the voyuge the dithe house. Willie we wuz tnlkln' there rigible had been In almost constant one of the bosses started our way lickety-spllt- , touch, by wireless with ships. Mid, an' In uhout two seconds nearlng the end, with shore stations. It went by us. II was purty dark, hut we see pluln ns day Hint there was a mail In the saddle, hendln' low over slojFtriat" fcTIeF oif bossback unT he DR. PESSOA GREETED IN WASHINGTON the boss' neck and shoutlu' to It. We plunked yu. Thnt uccotinted fer the waited u couple o' minutes, wonderln' second shot. The thing thut worries nil what to do, mi' llstenln' to the boss of us is did the same man do the glttln' furder nnd furiler nway In the shootln', or wus there two of 'em, one direction' of the cross-roadThru w id tin' down the " v 'way down there by the pike we heerd "Must hnve been two," suld Jones, another shot. Hlght there an' then pa thoughtfully. "The same man couldn't s said he'd put on his clothes an' we'd have got down there ahead of hlm, wus all about set out to see that's sure. Did anybody go up to pa co Ith my gun nn' Green Fancy to nuike Inquiries?" 0 where I seen hls'n an' we "Twasn't necessary. Mr. Curtis Ui, one of 'em the bosses. SI., heard the shoot In' an' Jest before we wns still hltchi in fence, tin' left ho sent a man out to seo what It t'other wus gone. Wu stood nround a was all uhout. The old skeezlcks that's minute or two exauiliiln' the boss an' been drlvln' his car lately come down then pa says let's go up the road u ways SBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBHIilKBKBB He said nothln' out of an see If we c'n see anything. An' the wuy hud happened up at Green M ft1 hy gosh, we hadn't gone inoren' fifty Fancy." feet afore we come plumb on u man "It's most mysterious," said Harnes, layln' In the middle of the road. Pu glancing round the circle of awed shook him un' he didn't let out u ftices. 'There must have been some sound. He wus warm, hut deuder'n a one lying In wait for these men, and tombstone. I wuz fer leuvlii' hlm there with a very definite purpose In mind." till wu c'd git the coroner, but pu says "Strikes me," said Jones, "that these no. We'd carry hlm dowu to our porch two men were up to some kind of dirty an' lay hlm there, so's he'd be out o' work themselves, else why did they (lunger. 1 Jumps on Polly un' lights say they were goln' to Spanish Falls? out fer here, Mr. Jones, to telephone They were queer qftln' men, I'll huvo up to Saint Liz fer the sheriff un' the to say thut." coroner, not glvln' u dung what I run His eyes met Harnes' und there was Into on the wny. Polly shied some-thi- n' a queer light In them. terrible Jest afore we got to the "You don't happen to know unythlng This photograph shows the arrival of Dr, Kpltuclo 1'essou, president-elec- t pike un' I come denied neur beln' ubout this, do you, Mr. Hurnes?" ho de- of Ilrazll, at the Uuton station, Washington. With him Is Frank U Polk, acting throwed. An' right there 'side the road manded, suddenly. secretary of state, and back of them are naval aids and marine. The party wus this feller, ull In a heap. Thinks wits escorted by marines and a detachment of cavalry. (Continued next week.) L you poor cuts, vou must 'a' tried to Mln-colt cross-roads?- His great task abroad completed so far as might he, President Wilson has returned to his domestic duties. On the homeward trip he signed bills nnd rend documents and otherwise prepared himself for the contest that confronts him In the United States. The goal he has set for himself Is the rati llcatlon hy the senate of the pence treaty, including the covenant of tho League of Nations. Victory will not come enslly, though It probably will come, maybe after the covenant hns .been amended to meet the objections now made by a considerable number of senators. Those who are against the league In any form are very few, hut stubborn. If Mr. Wilson Is equally stubborn, the whole matter Is likely to become a partisan Issue despite the efforts of iiiaiiy party leaders to prevent this. It Is Intimated that. If the senate makes evident Its Intention to refuse to ratify, the president will withhold the treaty for the time being, nnd thnt would at once make it nn party question. There Is precedent for such u course. If the Issue Is put up to the people The first "balloon" to cross the Atcomlantic, the Hrltlsh dirigible manded hy Major Scott, which wus to have arrived at Hoosevelt field, l. a, pi p pBl !Tf:2BBBBBBBBBBBBBKiBBBBBBBBBBBBaKlK aBBBBBBBBBBK BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlBBBBBBBBBBBBsaQeaBBBBBBBflH 'BBBBBBBBBBBBBVilsaBBBBBBBBBBBBllFBBBBBBBBBBBB HH SBBBBBBbI Pago Four THE CITIZEN CUrWr No. MM July Hnrtf 10. 1010. Dialriet No. 4 Berea College Hospital neit Equipment Beginning ibis tccek will be one 'i. Prhste Rooms "all". Surgery, Cnre in Child birth, Eye, Note and Ear GENERAL PRACTICE Sun-Parlo- ml Service Lowest CoM. Ward for Men unci for Women, Electric feervlce. of the Berea National Bank Report of the condition of the Bcrca National Bank at Hcrca in the state of Kentucky, at the close of business on June 30, 1919: RESOURCES Ja69.416.61 Loans and Difcounts Overdrafts, unsecured i5.00o.0o U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation U. S. bonds and certificates 01 inueiucuncss umu mm mi 35,000.00 pledged 3J.450.oo Liberty Loan Bonds, unpledged i.Soaco Stock ol Federal Reserve Hank (50 per cent of subscription)... 500.00 Value ofbanVIng house 16,367.39 Lawful reserve with Federal Kciervc llank 24,261. 15 Cash in vault and net amounts due from national banks Checks on other banks in the same City as reporting ttaiiK .. '.554.23 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and duo from U. S. 1,250.00 Treasurer Total .41 1,087.65 LIAMLITIHS $25,000.00 Capital stock paid in 40,000.00 Surplus fund Undivided profits, less current cxixmses, Int., and taxes paid 3ft4.7 24,200.00 Circulating notes outstanding S3.638.75 Individual deposits subject to check 1,500.00 Dividends unpaid 166,384. ao Other time deposits 5411,087.65 Total Big Sale Weeks on owe n and vllt mi Mtsbltthment, which l a frlenil In need, ami In rem h of all the people Roiirrt Harlan Dudley, M.I)., Plmlclan R.N., SiiKrtmeHlent Mr Asna Powell Hackbtt. Mr. Hklkx Sticar?? SiiARrs, R.N., AMlitsnt II. CowLrv. M.I)., Physician Dresses, Waists, Skirts CHANGE IN RATES ltcglnnlng March I, the rates for hoard anil room of nrlfato patients will he is to f 18 per week. The rate for pntl(jnl!i cnreil for In the wards will remain the same fi per ilay. Order of Prudential Committee, lteren College and Hats Special Reduction on Everything. Getting rendy for one of the biggest fall lines ever in Berea. .''' j LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BERKA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A Mrs. Eva Walden Miss Lury Smith of Tamaqua, Best Blacksmithing Scientific horse shoeing, fine iron work and repairs of all descriptions at the College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citizen ad. Ofllce. Baker L. & & Logsdon, Dentists TABLE Ofllce Hours from 8 to 5. N. TIME ' Northbound Train Train Train Train Train Train No. 35 No. 38.-1- 2:50 No. 32 3:38 n. m. p. m. 5:3i p. m. Southbuond 12:40 a. m. No. 31 No. 3312:25 p. m. 1:10 p. m. No. 37 Miss Matlie Campbell was in Lexington Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hulelt were in Borea Saturday to see her sister who has undergone an operation at the Robinson Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Will Swopo wore in Dam ill? Inst week, to see her sister who has been sick. Ed. Ballard and family were gi.t'sts of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Swopo. The Rev. O. S. Conant left last where he week for Coulmbus, will attend tlie "Centenary." S. W. Hnlcomb sold to Ed. Ballard a cow and calf for a good price. Miss Margaret Wolfolk of Lexington is spending a few days with Mnymo Ballard. Mi Edwin Wylie had the misfortune f break his arm last week while (ranking an automobile. Miss Sue Flanery, who has boon pp. moled to Superintendent 6f tbe Baptist Hospital, Atlanta, Gn, tells In of an interesting experience. company with the medical staff she in Prison tho Federal that rily, whoso business it is to vis-ite- They had an interview with Eugene and other noted criminals, during the war. Littlo Miss Luoilo Duncan came home with her grandmother, Mrs. J IF. Jackson, for a visit. Ii-Mi- s m'"itm'ate sanitary condition. Archie Flanery has been appointSupervisor of Public Playgrounds in Battle Creek, Mich. He has charge of more than five thousand children at different hours each day. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jackson spent ten days at Mt. Jackson Sanatorium and also visited with tbeir daughter, Mrs. W. 11. Duncan, in Latonla. John C. Jackson of Winding Gulf, W. Va, is expected home about thq 10th for a short visit. Mrs. Todd is in the College Hospital recovering from a slight illness. Dr. and Mrs. Roberts woro entertained at supper by Mr. and Mrs. Barrett on Bear Knob Saturday evening. A high event; bo sure it was. enjoyable. Monday night tho Gay, Burdette and Spink families gave a lawn picnic in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Robert-- . It was a fostivo and beautiful occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Gottdey and Mildred Iludson journeyed to Boston together 102 degrees at Boston last week. Mr. Dick and family aro on a motor trip North. Mr. Burgess and Mr. Noble visit-e- d the Methodist Centenary exhibit at Columbus, O., Inst week. Mrs. Osborne is at the home.Qf her son in Cincinnati for a short visit. Mrs. J. W. Fullius has returned to Ilerea after having n pleasant visit with her aunt at Irvine. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Wells of Omahn, Nebr, were visitors of Mrs. Wells sister, Mrs R. L. Collins, on Chestnut street last week. Mrs. Collin has recently received word that her husband, Capt. Robert Lee Collins, of the 0. S. A. Medical Corps, has arrived at New York and will reach Ilerea soon. Berea is glad to see in town F.O Bowman, associated with Tho Citizen in years, past with Professor Faulkner. Mr. Bowman, .after discharge from the army, took up the study of law at Chapel II ill, N. a Jir. and Mm. C. M. Hulelt of Danville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Wyatt over Sunday. ed on Pa, WITH THE CHURCHE3 State of Kentucky, County of Madiion, st: bank, do solemnly swear Cay, Cashier of the above-name- d Union Church News that the above statement is true to the best ol my knowledge and belief. The Sunday-schowith classes J. L Oay, Caihlcr for all at 9:15. Preaching service nt 11 a.m. Subscribed and sworn to before mc thii 7th day of July, 1919. Fine summer congregations have W. II. Walden, Notary Public. greeted the pastor each Sunday .My commission expires Jan. 20, 192a unco his return.. F. Kidd, Directors. V. The niuie under Professor Correct Attest: J.J. llranaman, J. Coyle, W. Rigby's leadership Iins boon notable, adding much of value to the the old creek bed, up the creak WANTED to Kiriali Hansbery's line, nnd hour of worship. Girls over 1G years old to learn The Kpilomo of Communion Sun- knitting. Excellent wages and exbeing the wust sido of the John day address appears elsewhere. ApA. Anglin mid Mary A. Anglin cellent working conditions. The midweek meeting will be at ply Richmond Hosiery Mills, Ross-villtract of land. H:00 o'clock for the present. 2nd tract. Beginning at a sLnko On, six miles from ChattaThe midweek meeting will be nooga, Tenn. in Henry Almey's lino, running merged with the meetings o'f the with a doublo mulberry a Mountain Preachers' Conference straight line up the hill (0 a NOTICE TO CREDITORS this week. stake in R. J. West's line on lop All persons having claims against Professor Lewi3 keeps the 9'inday the estate of J. W. Iwis will preof the ridge, including tho school alert these hoi Sundays. right of way over the land en sent same to the undersigned proMartha B. Anglin ami perly verified on or before August others, and running wfth Honry I, 10ID, or mine will be disallowed. Abney's line to tho eminty road. Baptist Churchy Alice Lewis, Exlrx, Sale to be made on a credit of six Berer, Ky- - Route No. 2. Sunday school, 0:15 a. m. months; purchaser will be required Preaching services, 11:00 n. m. to give bond with approved securB. V. P. U, 0:15 p. m, FARM STRAWBERRY Prayer meeting Thursday evenFine 70 acre Strawberry Farm in ity for the payment of the purebaso ing at 8:00 o'clock. the Beautiful Tennesee Valley, 3 money, to have the force and efReV. John Cunningham, Pastor. miles front railroad town on Dixie fect of a Judgment, bearing legal interest from date of sale, with a Hen Highway. Splendid new reserved on said la ml until all the house; good outhouses and barn; Christian Church apple and peach orchard. Owner purchase money is paid. 0. S. OKIPFLV, M. C R. C.J Lnsl Lord's (it' proved to be fluile has become amble to work. Most sell. Aet quick. Write or wire n delightful day, consisting of n 0. 0. METJMIER, union service between the Ilerea KENTUCKY FAIR DATES 2t-- 3 Spring City, Tenn. and (Hades congregations, held nt Following is a list of tho Ken-lucthe Fair Ground. A fine attendance FOR SALE fairs ami their dates, so far at tlie uniou Bible school. The ofFarm in Berea. about arre; as have been reported to us. Secfering combined wa Uken for the . Home Orphan' at Louisville nice young orchard appl'-s- pears, retaries are asked to report any amounting to $16.00 equally diided poaches, plum, and grapes. Good oiniioii or corrections. July 23 -- Mt. Sterling, t days. between the two school. A very dwelling house of live rooms and a July 2ft Harrodsburg. i days. solemn communion and preachinu large reception hall, wardrobe anil AugiiBt 5 Taylorsville, t dfiys. service followed. Brothers Freeman porches. Basement 22x28 feet; four August 5 t'niontown, 5 days. At Boone Tavern ami Hudspeth made talks. After grate, cabinet mantels, hardwood August A Grayson, t days. Mr. ami Mrs. William Dooley'ot this a splendid dinner was spread, floors, electric lights, bnrn and other Knoxville, Tenn. August 12 Fern Creek. 4 days. whon all ate to their entire satis- 01 it -- buildings. Thic' property adjoins graded August 13 Perryville, 3 days. Mrs. Simmons and Miss Simmons faction. We hope there will be Atigunt 13 Ml. Vernon. returned to Lexington after a more such gatherings in the future. aehool properly and within a tone' days. j August 1M Lawrenrcntirf, 5 days. week's visit. The Berea congregation will have throw nt the post office. Price right. August 19 Shepherdeville, I days. It looked natural to see Fleming regular services next Lord's day Terms cash. W. B. HARRIS. Owner. ' August 20 Liberty, 3 days. Griffith in the hotel for a day or-swith Bible school at 0:15. followed Berea, Ky. by communion and preaching. All 2t- p- 2. I, for some time a member of Mr. Taylor's staff, is visiting Berea friends, of whom she has many, won by her lino work in tho Union ehurch Sunday school. She is accompanied by her sister from Hnrrishurg, la. Miss Dora Kly of Buckhorn spunt ' last week in Berea Willi friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dooloy wcro visiting in town at the tlrst of tho week. Miss Bettio Lewis, who is employed in the Fayette National Bank at Lexington, spent Sunday with homefolks in Bureti. Jackson Robertson, who Is n. former student and teacher of Borea, has recently returned from a period of seventeen months' servico ovor sens, and was a Berea visitor nt the tlrst of the week. Mr. and Mrs. l'.bb Wilson of Nicholasvillo aro Beron Visitors'. t!(3 week. Baugh of JackMr. and Mrs. W. sonville, Fin., and daughter, Ruth, of Washington. D. C aro visiting relatives and friends here. E. Guy Tankersley, of HI Paso, Texas, who recently returned from France, is visiting old frlonds in town. From New York comes D. Di win ter of the Western Electric Company with his wife to vifil with Hlftfr tali, Mr. nnd Mrt. Il. T. Miilftr'r Center street. Dr. ami Mrs. Roberts are expecting from Idaho, Mrs. Sellew Robert for a short visit soon. Mrs. Roberts has been touring the Pacific const. James Stephens receives the congratulation 61 his friends on the arrival of another birthday; he is one of those in whom his friends rejoice and llnd a source of joy. an J. I. ol a ky to Economy Through Quality FOR EVERYBODY The Union Service in the Pavilion, Sunday night at 7:30. Doctor Ry- mood will preach. Lverybody come. eomo. W. J. HPDSPETH, Minister. COMXISaiONER'S SALE Jno. F. Dean J. W. Horndon Nockcastle Circuit Court DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE iri. ' , Nettleton EXTRAORDINARY A FOOTWEAR Methodist Episcopal Churoh FOR SALE Sunday school 9:45 a. m. One good second-han- d sewing Preaching service at 110 a. m. machine, been in use two years only Rpworth League Meeting 8.15 p. in. Mrs. J. F. Smith. 2tp 2. Prayer meeting 7:30 p. m, Wednesday. LOST 4 BIG DAYS 4 where in Ilerea. At tbe Baptist Ghursh Will the Under please leave -- nnio In July at The Citizen Office and receive Sunday, July A Booster Sunday. 11 3 reward. Sunday. July 13 .Membership Sunday. RED CROSS MEETING Sunday, July 20 Decision SunRud Cross meet lug Monday nigfil, day. July it. at K:oo o'clock, in their Sunday, Victory Sunday. July 27 room, Hanson Halllo discuss pin IB Big 3undays in July 4 4 for work the coming year. , Everybody invited. pair of glasses, and case some- "Ardsley" For storm and rough weather wear, this very much favor.ee! Nettleton model lends itself naturally to reproduction in a great many styles and materials. In Shell Cordovan or dark Tan Viking Calfskin hest suited to hard rugged wear the.Ardsley makes up into an ideal winter boot, with no suggestion of weight or clumsiness. will not These leathers polish extremely well break or crack under the most severe strain and the raw hide middle sole as shown in the illusand tration makes the bottom impervious to water. Every man should have a shoe of this kind, and we recommend to wise buyers the Ardsley as described in this advertwo-leathenon-absorbent BIG DAY PLANNED FOURTH A OF JULY BABY - ten pound girl baby came to the homo of Mr. aiul Mrs. J. R. Hafc-- er on Boone street on July 1. Nnnoy Katherine is her uame. A patriotic child surely. Mr. Baker is on Mr. CongratUxidey's minting foreo. ulations. The Macedonia church is planning u have n working nt the Davis Witt cemetery, July 12. There will also Kverybody be preaching service. uivilod to come and bring diunor. July 12 Don't forgot the day Mild don't fail to eomo. CHURCH COMMlTTf'tt. Berea, Kentucky MARTHA B. FOWLER. in.liviUually t'omnienepment is over; but and Martha B. Fowler. Guardian for farms and homes in and etc, PLAINTIFF. around Berc.1 continue to come in. vs. .New is Ihe lime to list your proIVORY ANGLIN. etc. DEFENDANTS. perty, if you want to sell. We have By virtue of jugdinenl and order' more impiiricM than we have places of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit! to sell, ir you have a farm, or Court, rendered at its May Term,1 'own properly, to sell drop In at 1919, in the above styled cause, the I lie Berea Bank A Trust Co. nnd undersigned will, on tod it with tin and we will sell it If Monday, July 21st, 1919, you will price it worth the money. being regular County Court day for said county, between the hours of DEAN & HKRNDON, 1 :00 o'clock and :00 o'clock p. rh Donlors In Real Estate, Borea, Ky. at the front door of the court house in Mt. Vernon, Ky, proceed to expose (e public sale, to the highest F. L. MOORE'S and hest bidder, the following described tract of land, located iu Rockcastle county, Ky, on Cieac Creek, and bounded and described oj follows: FOR Hounded on the north by tho Inadd ef W. A. Hammonds; on First Class Repairing the east by the hinds of Henry AND Aliney; on the south by the laiiils of John Cope; und on the Fine Line of Jewelry west by tho lands of Spencer UEREA, KY. Abney, containing about 300 MAIN ST. 1 Jewelry Store tisement. J. M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut Street Aucnt for Berea, Kentucky Shoes the World Finest c Nettleton Men's PROFESSOR LEWIS HONORED ORDINANCE aero. The following tracts, however, Among tho text hooks adopted by Bo it ordained by Uio City Counthe Kentucky couunUsion in tlint cil of tho City of Bsron, Kentucky, with tho right of wny as heroin sot charming book, "The Wnlerhoys." That tho owners of proporly nbutt-in- g out are o.xcludwl from said boundTIMai or by our Prof. Charles I). Lewis, pubon Jackson street up to its in- ary: ,av. DourbonPojIiRumed Rawlings Placo shall Tract. Beginning nt a slake 1st lished by the LippineotU. tersection with UXUj lu selecting this book for supple- hnvo standard curbing ami gutters op tho top of a rldgo in Klmo A low dtunt la tl.. drlnklntf wUr earn Huusburry's lino; thonoo running mental loading the commission not built along tholr proporly accordlAPn1 n4 provwutwhiw "J"i.7 n straight lino down tho hill to only lionorod a loading odiioator ing to specifications to bo givon by i1irrhoi, r"- -. 11ml v.wr cblrK V wj,lt rniHti. Ona ic. tmttM nVH n a sugar troo; thonoo lo a slono and a teacher and writer of unusual the street committee nflor authority . ..it iil'wn u( niullcuia, umVKLUtU. At ir. II U. inika II ability, hut puts m reach of tho from tho City Counoll. oomor on Uio stdo of tho county vrttj. '"ugi,ti, r tnt by null po.tpiJ. pupils a rjiust loadable, suggestive i road; thonoo with tho county J. I. Oay, Mayor, Sold by Porter-Moor- e E. Fothorgill, Clor. and imlructivu volumo. Drug Co. road to tho crock; thonco with M - il- July 10, 1010. TIIK CITIZEN Pago Flvt BOONE TAVERN "The moil home-lik- e FOUR JUDGES TO and attractive hotel In Kentucky." TRY hX-KAIS- ER Bcrca College Management. First Class, Moderate Rates, For Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists On the 'Dixie Highway America, England, France and Italy to Be Represented on Bench of Justice. BRITISH PEOPLE PUBLIC SALE ON S AFP,(0VE Hut In order lo develop our Hoys mid girls lo ttii) highlit menial ami moral excellence, lo make them A family Newipprr for all that It right masters In thought and in oxpross-lo- u. true, anil interesting The Citizen try Thurwlur PUBLISHING Learned That Allies Will Immediately Make Demand Upon Holland for the Extradition of the Saturday, July 26, 1919 AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A.M. I will offer for sale publicly for Mr. J. S. Collins, his farm of about 30 acres, on the Larue Elkin Road, about one mile north of Berea, and now occupied by Mr. J. A. - I'uMlnhnl at Urn: Kr.- BEREA CO. (tnrofpofalrd) WM. G. FROST, Edilot-ln-CM- Subscription Unlet On. Kit Thm Monlh. 8nd monfjr br Yr Mimih 1'AYAIII.K IN ADVANCB H Ml f I'Mt-oftl- c or Kimi Money Order. Draft, IteKltlerrd letter, or un aixl cent tUmpt. Th dtte afjer your nam on label ttiot to whit data your uUtriMIm It paid. If It It tint ehanired within three weekt after renewal notify to Mltting numliert will la illxllr tundleil if w are notlfled. Ulirraltermt lvn to any whoohtaln newyerly for ut. Any owi pendlna- ut four Tha Citlttn frea for tutMcrlptlont can reeel one year. AdrertlilnK ratea on application. ut. Thomas V. I'lnnegan, Commission-o- r of Hdticallon for Pennsylvania: "I wish lo urge a continuance of tho study of Iho classics." I represent one of Die great Industrial States of (he Union. To meet the educational needs of that Stale there must he an adjustment of Iho eoiirses of study lo economic and industrial conditions of the present lime. However, I tin not interpret tins lo mean an ahandonment of elasifal learning." Former WarLord. Field .Mrplml IIIm- tlenliurg. former chief of the Gorman atlllT, wiys he Is reaponalblu fir the acts of (iernuili iiinlii henilipiiirterH since AtiRiiKt, 1III0, and also for the prochium.hiu of former Lmperor William concerning the waging of warfare, mul iiftkx President Kbert so to Inform tin allies. lllndeiihnrg urrhed In Hanover on Friday nnd tclegmvhed the following moKMnce lo President Kbert: "The Mpilng of the peace treaty gives me occasion for declaring that I am rtfponslhle for the declNlons and net of main heailipiurters since August LH, 1(110, mid iiImi Hint all proclamations and orders of his majesty Hie emperor and king concerning tho waging of warfare were Issued upon nl) nihlce anil upon my responsibility. I heg to Inform the Oniimi people of this iiml the allied governments I Ion. July 7. Van-Winkl- e. MICKIE SACK TO SAYS WERE WANft STUDY THE CLASSICS HtLPt Gtf fWS OFr-E- QEFORE This is one of the best located farms around Berea, being in sight of the Glade Church and on a splendid road. Upon the farm is a Good Six Room Dwelling, a Barn Practically New, and the fencing is 'in good repair, nearly all of it being New Fence, This is One of the Best Farms in the Neighborhood If you want a good home, be sure to come to this sale. You will make no mistake in buying it, being located as it is, nearBerea, which promises to be a large city in the near future and which is one of the greatest educational centers in the United States. Educators Courses Urgo Greek and Latin Back Gold Standard in Education TCAOe POTATOES, Ett AMTHlrV ELSE on SUBSCRIPTION THE NEX.T O.UV WO Off IS OOIN fO BEANED NVtr THE. -E vs ileelni-atlon- . The study of classics niut lie maintained "because they are vitally important to your own national language," said Dean Wwl, of Princeton, at the National Ivduca-lin- n Association's convention in Milwaukee, Wis, July the 2nd. Though I he war is over, our warfare In the sejumls againM the weakness that springs from ignorance and from low views of duty must he pressed more strongly than ever," ho declared. "Olherwii- - we shall lose the saving help of Hip1 powerful 'revival of the helief in discipline and duty, which is the preatent educational benefit of the wnr." 'llie classic were "pari of the gold standard of education," he aid. "AW iiishI that there i tm education worth the name unlets it involve training the mind, not for Iho sake of money, place or power, MAUteT.-TAU- V FROtvA Four Judges to Try l.iiniioii. .Inly 7. Premier Lloyd (iHirce'H announcement In the house of Ger of common (hut the ninny will he arraigned bufore an In ternatloniil tr.litouil In London to ail' swer for his wnr crimes was received hj the British nation with universal .tml profound upprolmtlon. The KxchnnRc Tologruph Ieuriw UiNt the nines will Immediately nmke ileimind uiHin llollmid for the estrndl It Is Hon of the former "war lord." stated further by the Kxclmnge Telegraph that there will he Judges of four nationalities sitting upon the e bench when the Cnnnn emperor Is arraigned America, llrltlsh, French and Italian. Despite Belgium's sufferings, apparently no provision has been made for Belgian Jurists to one-tim- Own Your Home and Quit Renting Mr. Van Winkle, who lives on the farm, will take pleasure in showing it to anyone who is interested. Terms will be made known day of sale and will be liberal. participate. alone could "Since the have averted the war, he alone must bear the responsibility." suld the Dally Express In Its leading editorial. "It's poetic Justice that he probably will lute to face his Judges In Loudon for hU conduct In 1014." L. P. EVANS RICHMOND . To Ask for Banishment. It Is understood thnt the punish-inrn- t meted out to Napoleon will be followed as a precedent. In that event i lie drnth penalty would not be naked: If found guilty, the former kaiser would likely bo bniiixhed to some plaee. where he would never attain be able to dlMurb the peace of the world. There was a note of skepticism Northcllffo'M Hall? Hall. "While the premier wnerally spoke with more tlton bis usual tlrmneso. the country will wait to see whother his deeds nre as K hm ai his wortK" said this newspaper. Trial to Open In Autumn. Ilelief Is held lu some quarter that the trial will open In the autumn and that the former einpror will li confined lu the historic Tower of Lon don while awaiting arraignment. The proceedinr probably will bo held nt Weatnilnater, iiltboiiRh the and Old lta:itv nre available. Attornjr Qenenil Sir Oordon Mow-awill likely represent Orent Uritaln. While many believe that the sen tence will be exllojn case of a verdict of utility, there are soiiie who look for the death penalty. To War on Crman Government law-cou- Real Estate The KENTUCKY from-Hrussel- s 207 Acres of Land AT PUBLIC AUCTION - Tuesdav. Julv 22, 1919 , m Intects in Amber. and brevet will be forwarded tiroverblnl "lly In amber" Is at onco. strikingly exemplified In n collection of Mr. Hogart not only sorved as solamber from I'.urmn recently preml for bis country sented to the llrltlsh museum by It. C dier and interpreter of the war, but Swlnlinc, of Mandalay. The amncr in the early stages J. two sons to tlio service, and Is unusually rich In Insects, including nccordlnK to I'rnf. T. D. A. Cockerel!, after being released from duly after who has oxnmlned the material. 31 being gassed, returned to tlio United new species, of which Ave nre types of Slates and was appointed bead of new genera. Most of these nro found the Helgiau relief work in KentucIn n block of amber rather larger than ky, where bo raised a substantial n man's flst. This has been cut Into of bis stricken slices Hbout half an Inch thick. Nearly fund for- tbe aid every larse order of Insect Is repro-ente- countrymen, and was later ent to Belgium as a member of the United with the exception of nnts. SdentWe Amprlcnn. Stales Relief Commission for distribution of America's contribution EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS to Uelgian. (Continued lrom Page EigM) ei d 10:00 o'clock Garrard County, Kentucky rt On the Hynttsville and Kirksville pike, 7 miles from Lancaster, 3 miles from Kirksville. This is the farm of Theo Cotton, one of the very best farms in this section. Sandstone land, fronts right on pike, also fronting on County Road. In good neighborhood, splendid school at one corner of the Iyonchm. July 7 A fnrm. Land is rolling and very fertile. Garrard County sandstone land, the beat tobacco land in tgiied by liruitt lleydebrand. leader of Kentucky, gives color and quality to tobacco, which has made Garrard County tobacco sell for the the German euiwervutlve rmrty lu the ays the imrty former reichstuu. highest market price. This farm will be subdivided and sold in five separate tracts. war on the government and intobacco barn, tends to ue Its whole xtreiiKth to reTract No. 1, about 80 acres, with 4 room dwelling, cellar, and cistern, establish the monarchy." a Copen37 acros in corn. 8 ncies in tobacco, balance in blue grass; large orchard of young trees. hagen dbtpatch to the Kxchan? Telepike, in rye stubble. Tract No. 2, about 35 acres, fronting on graph company reKru. tobacco barn, wheat stubble sown to timTract No. 3, about 20 acres, fronting on pike; Wants to Bagin to Pay. Pari. July T. Germany lutvlui; In- othy and clover. to begin Immediate Tract No. , about 35 acres, all in blue grass, good tenant house and barn on this tract and lyfitcated her desire uie leruiB n uiu ly coiuptlaucq Willi fronting on County Road. pea ee treaty teantdliiK reparations, her repiet fur oral conferclicoa of Thact No. 5. about 35 acres, fronting on pike, 1 acres in tobacco, balnnce in corn. will sell two or more tracts together so you can get the domain economic experts with allied If you want more than any one tract, oximtu lm been granted. number of acres you want. This is an opportunity to buy a farm in a high state of cultivation, very productive; good for investment or as a home. BAPTISTS DEMAND DRY U. S. "do-clnr- e Terms Easy, and the Land Will Pay for Itself Possession January 1st, 1920 The man who wants land to rent out, you can't beat it. Watch my auction sales and see who does the business. Look this land over before sale day and you will surely attend the sale and bid on the land. All I ask is for you to look at it. The quality of the soil speaks for itself. Iarm well watered, good cistern at house and everlasting stock water. Baptists ing Prepare Resolution DenouncPresident for Asking of Ban on Beer. of pleasure seekers there wns not the slightest incongruity of deportment or, infringment of others' righU. Realising that Dagon 1ms fallen down before the presence of the Ark the devotees at tlio shrine of his majesty are ready to fall in line, ami where chaos and indecency ot.ee pre ailed order and decorum A most delightful predominate. and interesting innovation of the tllades nnd Uerea Christian churches was held at the Fair Ground Sun day, July 6. The "different grades in Sunday school with their respective teachers devoted the usual hour to the exposition of Uie lesson. Then followed short, terse, and lalks by Drother Hudspeth and Nrother Freemen, pastors, with that most beautiful nnd impressive church ordinance, the Communion. An elaborate and varied menu pf all a the dalieaeies of the season basket dinner real, a was spread ior mo occasion. severe Jtiin storm forced every one to shelter under the Grand Stand, but it was enjoyed as frionds nn-- i relatives met and mingled in deCrops lightful social intercourse. in tbis section are prosperous. Kvery one is busy picking berries. UNITED STATES NEWS (Continued trim rage One) President and Congress Members of the Sennto and Hou9ix began returning to NWbington Sundny preparatory to the reconvening Tuesday of Congress after n week's Fourth of July recess. Tho npuearnnce of President Wilson bc- l ire the Senate Thursday, at which lime he will lay before that body ih German peace treaty and tlio M iin agreement, and aneo-Am- ei consideration by Iho House of wartime prohibition enforcement aro expected to outrank anything clso before Congress within tlio next fortnight. The addros lo be made by tho the treaty President in ij awaited with grent interest by both advocate anil opponent of tlio League of Nations covenant. 1 pre-enti- SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN W. E. Moss, Adv. Mgr. - Lancaster, Ky. St. Louis, July 7. A resolution deKENTUCKY NEWS nouncing President Wilson for having (Continued from Psao One) requested congress to modify prohibition was prepared for Introduction nt the annual convention of Viotor Bogart of Lexington Honored by King of Belgium the ltaptlst Young People's I'nlon of America In Mdnii Irrre. The Victor Hogart, promiuont manuurges cflngreiM to keep the coun- facturing Jeweler or Lexington and try dry until constitutional prohibition lioad of the Uelgian Itoliof Associabecomes effective next January. tion in Kentucky, has just recoivod official notice from Iho Holglun leWorld Record. Lowers gation in Washington that tho King 7. Gaston ChevroNew York, July let lowered the world record three of Holglum has bestowed upon blm teconds when ho won the Independ- Knighthood or tbo Order of Leopold, ence day automobile derby at tho as a U)kon of appreciation of bis HheepMiead Hay speedway bowl. Ho dovolion to tbo 'cause Qf Belgium rail 100 miles In tho marvelous tlmo 'during tbo world war. Tlio insignia 17 K fcecouds. "Howdy" of W minutes. Wolcox was second. wnr-tlm- o English Airship Heaohos New York super-dcigibGreat Britain's Ihe first lighter-lUau-a- ir to cross tho Atlantic ocean, nucliored'at the lloosevelt Flying Field at 0:5t n. m, July 0, after an aerial voyngo of 108 hours and 12 minutes, which covered 3,180 knnls, or approximately 3,600 land miles. Passing through denso banks of clouds, with the sun and sea iibli was only at rare intervals, tbo forced lo cruise 2,050 knots to reach Triuily Hay, N. R, from Iiast Fortune, Scotland, and 1,080 knots from there lo Miueola, N. Y. in arrived When the at Mineoln, N. Y., sbe bad left only enough petrol to keep her moving ninety niinulos longer. Her crew, almost sloeploss for four ami a half days, woro weary almost lo tho point or exhaustion, but happy at tho aiiooiiisfiil completion of thoir I opoolumaklng trip. lo Fl-- 3i, ma-rlii- ne U-- 31 siipur-Zappel- Pnsft 8lx THE CITIZEN MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING 1st Door Training that adds lo your general education. FOR YOUNO HEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commerce and Telegraphy. FOR YOUNO LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Dricctor of Home Science Blackberrlos Now Is Hie lime for every housekeeper lo iit't her store of blackberries for the winter. All over this pnrt of Hie Stale blackberries arc CHAUlo attend. Tills promises lo be Hie FARMERS' ROCKCASTLE best Convention ever held at Heron TAUQUA, MT. VERNON, KY. tin only place where club con Horkcastlo county will lio favored YOUNG money-earnin- PEOPLE Farmers' days n three with Chautauqua, given by Hip Louis ville Doard of Trade and tin? Ken- tuoky Slalo Hankers' Association,! next week, July I i, 15 and 1(1. There will lie a pure bred Dtirne plg given away each afternoon at 5:00 o'clock. Kvcry person attend-- 1 lug the Chautauqua will be admitted' by ticket. .A duplicate will bo drop- ed in a box lo be drawn at 5:00 o'clock. The ticket for pig and; chautauqua is free. All farmers ore osked lo bring the entire family and attend each afternoon. The program will begin soon after dinner and close at 5:00 o'olock. The evening program will begin at 8:00. Picture show, music, and lecture each evening. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Notes of Visit by County Agent ventlons are held in the Stale. Berea's Vocational Schools g Rockcastle county farmers are at work. The County Agent walked a distance of six miles and only met One person a woman going after blackberries. Meeting at Poplar at- (ended Wednesday night, July 2. P. P. Singleton led the discussion along the line of organizing a farmers club for the purpose or studying farming and livestock. The Farmers' Gap, Singleton Valley, was well College graph, nobody owned a "tin lizzie' 6th Door nobody swatted Hie fly. Never This is tho crown or the whole Institution, and provides standara and courses in all advanced subjects. theless, the man who makes n sue cess either in business or farming For A Temporary Raise in Doard is forced by war conditions. is (lie one who keeps his mind twenty-fiv- e y'ears the board has remained the same in Berea, but the growing all (he time. Write your unusual situation in which the whoio country finds itself now makes Club Members county agenl for some bulletins. it impossible for us to live on the same money as we have in the past Cecil McNew is busy working his tobacco and corn; both looking line. All students do some work with their hands from six to six A MAN'S PRAYER teen hours a week as janitors or in the farm, carpenter shop, printHoscoe Proctor's corn is looking The following, taken from a re ing office, laundry, boarding hall, ofllce, etc., and receive pay which fine. He has his record book up to cent issue of "Hoard's Dairyman," reduces their expenses. date. should lie read, not once, but sev young man or young woman can get an education Any oral times: at Berea if there is the will to do so. Frank Johnson' pigs and corn "Teach me that 00 minutes make arc not stopping for anything. Hi an hour, 10 ounces one pound, nnd pigs are doing extra well. Frank 100 cents one dollar. Help mo so corn, (o live that I can lie down nl night feeds a balanced ration tankage and middlings. It's wortli a wits a clear conscience, without a June 6 to July 11, and Jaly 11 to August 15 visit to see Frank's pigs. They are gun under my pillow and unhaunl- a third bigger than other pigs of ed by (lie faces of those to whom I Herea College has established a Summer School to meet a the same age. have brought pain. Grant that I distinct and growing need in tho Southern Mountains. It gives may earn my meal ticket on the a program of courses for teachers of high schools and graded Glenna Johnson's Rhode Island square, and that in earning it schools, returning soldiers and sailors, students who wish to Red chickens arc doing well. She may do unto others as I would have get collcgo entrance credits or credits toward college degrees, has seventy-nin- e. It's very inter- them do unto me. Deafen me to and others seeking general information. The work is adapted esting to watch her feed the "Reds" (be jingle of tainted money and lo to those who can come for live weeks, or ten wdeks. There will and see them growing into big the rustle of unholy skirls. Blind be a special week for ministers and religious leaders, and "Reds." me to (lie faults of oilier fellows, another week for farmers. but reveal lo me my own. Guide SPECIAL FEATURES Wheat mo so that whenever I look into A number of scientific and popular lectures, musical events, Wheat in tho county is light this Hie faces of my friends I will have and motion picture entertainments will bo given free of charge. year not threshing out what' was nothing to conceal. Keep me young expected. There will also bo excursions to nearby points of historical and enough to laugh with little chil scenic interest. All the resources of the entire institution will The smut treatment should be ap- dren, nnd sympathetic enough to be bo at the disposal of the Summer School. plied to all wheat seeded this fall. considerate of old age. And when Write the County Agent for treat- comes the day of darkened shades EXPENSES ment. Free! All Free! and the smell of flowers, the tread Five Weeks Ten Weeks of soft footsteps and the crunching 0.00 $10.00 Incidental Fee J. W. Riddle lias a unique way of wheels in the yard make the 10.00 20.00 Table Board, women 5.00 2.50 Room Rent growing melons and potatoes in the ceremony short and the epitaph same patch potatoes planted seven simple 'Here lies a man.'" . $18.50 135.00 Totals feet apart with a row of melons between. Hy the lime the melons 11.25 250 Men Pay for Board BUY SEED EARLY begin to vine the potatoes are thru Each year for the past several Ho rebates are allowed to students who withdraw before the close or the growing. By tli is method be saves period for which payment lias been made. land and makes potatoes. Other- years there lias been an acute shortwise he would have a large space age of clover seed in Ibis country. A deposit of four dollars ($4.00) is required of all students lo keep down weeds, while melons One of the reasons for this is that upon entrance. This is refunded when the student leaves, proare growing to cover it. Ho is suc- we have been unable to import any vided library books, keys, etc., aro returned in good order. seed; but the chief reason is that cessful with this method. the production of clover seed lias Special Fees Ten Weeks declined rapidly in the United Club Convention 15.00 Business Courses Slates. This, in turn, is duo to the Hoys' and Girls' Agricultural Club Cabinet Organ, two 20 minute lessons per week 250 fact that tho acreage of clove Voice, Piano, or Violin, two 20 minuto lessons per Convention, Herea, July 2i, 25 and grown in some of tho chief seed 7.50 week 20. All club members are planning Use of Piano, one hour per day 250 producing slates liko Ohio, Indi.75 Use of Organ, one hour per day ana, and Michigan is much smaller Use of Music Library 50 CINCINNATI MARKETS. than formerly. 3.00 Class Work in Harmony Clover seed at no time has been , 'cheap, but an examination of mar- . a?7 Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that thsy an above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi 01.00, No. 3 yellow $1.87 1.88, No. 2 snows inai me iau price lias neon signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some rellabli M'vernl dollars loss in every case teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. mixed $1.8701.88, No. 3 mixed $1.80 1.87, white ear Sl.83ffll.U3, yellow ear (ban the lale winter and early For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, LS51.00, mixed ear $l.831.8S. spring price. Last year, for exper ton $32 Sound MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. 80, nnd clover mixed $3030, clover ample, clover seed could he bought 18.00 per in the fall for about $22028. Fall Term Begins September 17. Outa No. 2 white 73c, No. 3 white bushel. In the spring tho price .1 72tt73e, No. 2 mixed 7172c, No. 3 was $38.00, and good seed was mixed 70071c. lo get oven at this prico. Hun Blockade To Be Lifted. madam was hold A Butter, Eggi and Poultry. Thorn was simply not enough seed Washington. Tho Superior Mock-ml- o Butter Whole milk creamery extras to go around That there will lie ing forth in a crowded Irani. "Yes, Council ha h lictm Instructed to ho I maintain that a woman can take C3c, 64Hc, centralized creamery extras a similar shnriago of seed next a man's place in almost any walk of prepared to raUe the economic blockfirms 40tfc. ade of (ierumii.v Immediately ujhiii Kkk I'rlmo tlrsts 4U, tirsts 42H. oar is pralicadly certain. In fact, life." She looked around, as if ex nitlllciitlnii by the (iernuiii National some, authorities predict tho most pecting opposition to Iter statement. ordinary Units 30c AKNenililugv of the IVuru Treaty. The l.lvo Poultry Broilers, under 2 lbs. serious sluulnpo yot experienced. A weary Tommy, who was standing, iirtlnn of the council, ofllclitls here ex45c; fowls, 5 lbs and over, 20c; do, un- This opinion was borne out by tho tapped her on tho shouldor: "Kx- - plained, mean that upon rutlflcntlon der 5 lbs, 20c; do roosters, 18c. high prii.e or seed for futuro cuso me, mum, would you tako a hf the treaty hy (ienimtiy all restrle-tlon-tt Live 8tock. on 'ho Toledo market. It is man's place?" "Certainly," sbo ansupon trade with Cermuny inuy Cuttle Shipper U.C091i. fcutch-e- r not at all unlikoly that good clover wered. "Well," continued tho Tom he removed. Without rvtjulrlug Indisteers, extra $1213.S0, good te seed will sell for 35.00 or $.0.00 vidual ratlllciillon lty the Allied urn my, "tako mine and let me sit AsMjclutcd cholco $11012, heifers, extra $120 Power, till of tho tuition to per bushel next year. 13, good to choice $11012, common down." ur rayed ngnlnxt Germany In the war $0.30011, fair $7010; cows, extra may have un eual xturt lu tho ruce Kood to choice $700.50, common to full for (Jerinan trade. $607; calmer $300, Blockers ani A party, of soldiers wero camping Hits picked up. "Doctor," said feeders $7011. out and doing maneuvers. An Calves Extra $10.50010.75, fulr t Irishman was left in charge of the lie, "I'm the victim of insomnia. I Enter Hint. good $10010.50, common and large $7 When the eraser becomes well worn dinner. Ho accidentally upset the can't sleep if there's Iho least noise, oic. such as a cat on the back fence, for It Is apt to sweat tho paper when it Is heavy Hog Selected shipper contents of a teapot into the soup, instance." "This powder will be used to erase a letter. To avoid Oils, lie did not want to tell them be 922, good to choice packers and but batchers, $22, medium $21.50022, had spoilt tho dinner, so on their effective," replied the physician, simply rub a little chalk on the, edge compounding n prescription. of the eraiter und no smear will occur; Ufa, $10014. common to choice heavi ho remarked: "If you chaps after ckt sows $1019.25. light shipper! return "When do I lako it, doctor?" "You nnd the erasure of the letter will be in (be soup, much $90.50 21, pits (110 lbs and less) $14 find any don't take it. You give it to tho done neatly. more quickly as well as sbur an' it's mint." more cat." I'llVSIlV' able-bodied Keen Growlno Munlcd pig or calf never can make a line animal. A Held of corn that 3 held In cherk bv bad weatb- never grows as it should later In (ho season. I'.vcry farmer realizes Hiat these are facts because be ob- terve.s Ihem from season lo season. Minds should be kepi growing all (he tituo if they are lo be useful headpieces. The mind that gets into a rut in thinking nnd stays there never can grow into a big strong thinking machine. Frequent rides over new territory In nn auto mobile, the reading of farm papers and an occasional trip lo farmers' meetings at Herea, Ml. Vernon and the College of Agriculture or Hie Experiment Station, will keep th fanner's mind out of the rut. Of course, all of this is written with the feeling that men's minds are keener and more alive today than ever before In the history of Hie world. It is written with the knowledge that everybody is moving rapidly along in this age of change nnd invention. It is written at a lime when twenty short years ago " " , .. , T...L " (Ill Ull IMlill IIIUI t power, combined with 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School 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. 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course For those who are not expecting to teach and who are not going thru Col I ego and desire more general education. It also gives the best general education for tlioso who wish a good start In study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the best training for those who expect to teaeh. 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 This is Berea's Preparatory Academy Course the straight road to College best training In Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department Berea plentiful. If sugar advances in price then it will he more economical lo can the berries or berry juice and later in the year, as one desires, they may he made Into jam and Jelly. It Is great economy for n housekeeper to use blackberries when in enson, in (he dally diet. The following are n few suggest ions; Servo the berries willi rerenl; servo berries ami rream ns desserl; Jello willi blackberries; blackberry shrub; blackberry hlneklierry short-cak- e; dumplings. Jello With niackborries One package of Jello, strawberry or raspberry llnvnr; one pint crushed ripe blackberries; one cup boiling cup sugar. Mix water; one-thisugar antl fruit uulil sugar has dissolved. Dissolve the Jello in Ih-- j one cup boiling water, nnd mid the fruit. Turn into a mold and lei it stiffen. Blackberry Shrub One ipiart crushed blackberries; eno-ha- lf pound sugar (throe standard rup); Juice of two lemons; three cups water. Add lemon juice and sugar to Hie crushed fruit and stir until dissolved. Add water and freeze rapidly. Two beaten egg wlilles may lie added, but these aro not necessary. This recipe has little nutritive value, but on hot days Is very refreshing ns a dessert. Blackberry Short-cak- e I'repare n biscuit recipe, doubling the amount of fat used. Roll the biscuit dough thinner than for his. ruits. t'tit out and put two and two ('golher. spreading a bit of butler li.lwi-eii- . Hake in a quick oven.. rd Wlillo baking crus.li Iho berries, leaving a few big ones for decorating the lop of tin short-cake- s. Add sugar lo Insle. When browned, remove Hie biscuits and spread thickly between eacli biscuit with Iho crushed fruit. Decorate the top wllh Hie whole berries. Servo willi or without rream. Oilier seasonal fruits are raspberries and gooseberries. The raspberries may bo used in place of blarkberrles in the above recipe, bill less sugar Is used. Gooseberry Jam Top ami (nil the gooseberries. Do not wnsh unless dusty. Mash a few berries in llie bottom of a sauce pan, nnd if this docs not make enough julco add only enough wnlor to prevent burning. Weigh lieforo putting Into the sauce pan, and for each pound of fruit mid twelve of sugar and one of salt. Put Iho gooseberries in the pau.llrst and let them get soft before adding Hie sugar. Continue rooking, stirring with wooden spoon uulil iho desired consistency is obtained. Pour into sterilized glasses and seal willi hot parallln nnd cover of metal or paper. If some under ripe fruit is used, a more jelly-lik- e product Is obtained. Raspberry Jam Weigh your raspberries and Inko an equal weight of sugar. Put them inlo n big earthenware dish or china bowl, never in tin; rover them with sugar and let (hem stand over night lo draw the Juice. In the morning put Ihem all in tho preserving-kettl- e and boil for (wo hours, skimming carefully. Pour mlo glases and seal. Strawberries and blarkberrles can be made into lam in the same way fnl Mountain Summer School "Meats in Storage" 75,000,000 pounds Every working day of the year of meat are required to supply home and export needs and only 10 per cent of this is exported. These facts must be kept in mind when considering the U. S. Bureau of Markets report that on June 1, 1919, there were 1,348,000,000 pounds of meats in cold storage. If the meat in storage was placed on the market it would only be 20 days' supply. This meat is not artificially withheld from trade channels to maintain or advance prices. Meats in storage consist of 65 per cent (approximate) hams, bacon, etc., in process of curing. It takes 30 to 90 days in pickle or salt to complete the process. 10 6 19 per cent is frozen pork that is to be cured later In the year. per cent is lard. This is only of a pound per capita, and much of it will have to go to supply European needs. per cent is frozen beef and lamb, part of which is owned by the Government and was intended chiefly for s shipment. If this were all diverted to domestic trade channels, it would be only Yt lbs. per capita a 3 days' supply. four-fiftover-sea- 100 Hay-Tim- othy dif-llc- ult loud-voic- ed From this it will be seen that "meats in storage" represent merely unfinished goods in process of curing and the working supply necessary to assure the consumer a steady flow of finished product. Let us send you a Swift "Dollar". It will interest you. Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, 111. do-liv- Swift & Company, U. S. A. 'HMATiaVAlui tm moots" 2 rSWIFT I mccivco i nam n dart itamimaT uvc AM tay-leav- cs ( July 10, 1010. U.MfOIH IN1CRNA1I0NAL f TUB CITIZEN TEMPERANCE "No oilier drink Is no Insidious. II (beer) tins been In Germany BEREA'S IN OLD KENTUCKY lleminiseenco of Hie Stole EnPago Sevna IMPROVED ) (A PERSHING GIVES TOO INQUISITIVE PUP tn : it SlNMfSCIDL Lesson nnv p Tearher of llible Institute of l kit.watkh, Ktmiish llible In the r: ChWHjto.l ti d. d., Moody t llon.l util Wmtrrn LESSON FOR JULY 13 BAPTISM. I.HPBON l:J-4- .lf TUXTB-Ma- tt, Sl:.. ArU OOl.DKN TUXT-P- or at many of you have brn tmptltrd lolo Clirlft have put on Ctirlil.-n- al. I It M ATKHI AI Mull. 1:11. ADDITIONAL 17; Arti J: 17. Ji, I Col. 1:12, t Peter I'ltlMAItr TOI'IC-Jei- us Christ by J"hn. JUNIOR TOPIC-T- lie raptlem of Jfu Christ INTKIIMKM ATK TOPIC-T- lie Hedce nf ClirlMInn Plr Ip'f litp. lisp-Di- KI'.NIOIl AND ADULT TOI'IC-BlenM-rn- nce ami ImtKirtnncc of Christian 1. Hup-tl.- The Apostles' Commltilon . (Matt. 38:18-20)- t. The authority of .Iosu. (v. 18). God gave til in nil mitlinrlty In henven mid Aft mi'illiitor nml coming on rnrtli. king lie poscscd nil mitliorlly. This niitlmrliy extend over nil tin- nrorlil, ntiEcls. wicked men. devils, ii nil own people. Ceil highly exalted lilm n ml gnve lilm n mime which Is above every nntne (I'lill. 2:P). There I no oilier way nf for the entire intilter of Ik In his hands (Arts 1:12). Since (iiiil linn mi highly honored hi in II Ik extreme folly lo expert In lie saved while disregarding lilm. 2. The ohllgatldti of the apostles (vv. II) 'JO). (1) It was to tench. Hint Ik. nuit;e disciples of nil tlie nntlotiK (v. 10). They were lo iniifce known to the whole world Hint Christ hod illeil to win- - Mil ! tlmt fimj hnd roininltleil to ne" 'he redemption of the world. Ji who nre rhrtt's disciples nre Tl bound lo prorlnlni hi in to other. (2) Ilnptlzo those who lielleve (v. 10). Tlil l the divinely nppolntrd wny of making a puhlle confession of The disciples miiMt fnlth In Christ. pulillrly take n stand for Christ. The nppllrntlon of writer symbollne the purifying effect of the Mood of Christ find solemnly dedicate to the service of (Jod. TIi Ik ImptlKin must he In the nntne of the Father. Son nnd Holy fihoKt. showing Unit the believer hn heen hrought Into definite relationship to ench memher of the Holy Trinity. (3) Tench the disciple obedience (v 20). Profession Ik not enough. It mut Issue In ohedlence. Fallh tntlKt result In works. To cnll Jesus "Uinl" 'anO do not the things which he says profltSjnpthlnc. aXtjieiiill Kiinicletit promise (v. 20). ThjrJorrrhnd told the disciple wlmt would hnpprn to them nfter he hnd lie mnde It plnln Hint Rime nwny. peril of nil klndK nwaltcd them. Though the difficulties were great noth-Iii- r mnllereil so lone as they hnd the presence nnd fellowship of the nil imwerful Savior nnd II. The Baptism of the Eunuch (Act 1. Philip preuehed Jesus Christ to lilm (v. X',). At the Invitation nf the enniicli Philip Jolneil himself to the churlot nnd fnnnd the eunuch rending from the rhnpter of Isaiah. Ilcglnnlng with Hit Scripture he He did not preach prencheil Christ. Christ n n great tencher. hut ns n MiVtnr who hnd suffered and died In-He prenrhed him mil of the sinner n one who hnd offered himself n n ransom for many. The fuct Unit the eunuch, n great stntestnnn, necloil an Interpreter of the Scriptures, even such chiin-te- i a plnln passn?e en the of Intnh, shows the ahsolute need o' n prencher. The printed pnise I vnlmilile. hut there will nhrnys he the need of n prencher. The gospel need lo he experienced hefore one can he a wltneKK of It snvlnc power. 2. The eunuch requesting ImplUm (v. .1(1). preached men When Christ Is ti niiturally desire to ronfeiR lilm In hav tlkm. In many niinrlers hnptlsm Ims been unduly emphiiKlzed. hut In others. It hn heen disregarded. It Is highly ttnportnnt that on Intelligent understanding nf It mennlng, he tiossessed: for that nf which Jesu Christ gave nn exnmple and n column ml Is highly ma-Vrl- Ird. fifty-thir- d st fifty-thir- d MS). Philip hnptlzlng the eunuch (v. Having secured from the eunuch the proper confession Philip hnptlxed It Is fnlth In Christ that snvrs, htm hul those who have genuine faith desire to seal It In hnptlsm. 4. The eunuch rejoicing (v. .10). Confession of Christ hrlngs Joy. Those who otiey the commandments of the Lord cun go on their wny rejoicing. .1. As n child wnlklng over a slippery Jeiui Savei. and dntigeroiiR path cries out, "Puttier, I am falling I" and has hut a moment (o catch tils father's hand, so every believer seen hours when only the hand of Jesus comes between him and the abysses of dCHtructlon. Cuyler, In Time. of our wisdom Ilea In being wise In time." says a great statesman. An fur as results ire concerned, the wisdom that comes too Inte Is often little better than folly. "If only I hnd thought of It when the chance offered. I might," Is the prelude to mnliy of our useless regrets. "Nine-tenths Wlte Self Distrust Causts Failure. the assurance of strength there la atrength; and they are the weakest, however, strong, who have do faith In themselves or their power. Bovee, In j campment.) worse limn the whiskey pest be- Heron's girls dress plain but neatest muse it is more npt lo lend lo Im- Smile al old Ynnks the sweetest, drinking." Professor moderate And Heron's in Kentucky. fltnlav von llunge. They love lo hear them tell the, story "It is my professional opinion, Of how they fought for our "Old nfler innervations of many years In Olory" the practice of tnetliclni', that licer is At Perry villi!, Kentucky. doing more harm lo Immunity than How they chased old General Hrngg' Dr. Charles And hauled down the rebel flag all oilier alcohol Irs." Ollliert IVivK He hoisled in Kentucky. When he'd recouped his how and "In appearance, llm beer drinker quiver may he the picture of health, hut in Mel him again al Stone River trallly he Is most incapable of reDriven from Kentucky. sisting disease. A slight injury, n He then lied South in Tennessee severe cold, or a shook lo the body Against nil his Generals' decree, or mind will commonly provoku Pressed by boys from Kentucky. unite disease, ending fatally. Com-par- Then l.ee sent I.ongstreel 'round to with other inebriales, who ligh- tuse dilTerenl kinds of alcohol, he is And gave the Yanks an awful frigh', more incurable nnd more generally y. llxcepl, "Pap Thomas" nnd diseased. It is our observation Hint beer drinking in this country pro- Then llrngg lo Mission llldge did duces the very lowest kind of inrally, ebriety, clo'oly allied to criminal And sent Longs! reel up I he vnlley Insanity." Sclent illc American. o get some boys from Kenturky At Kingston's fort he found the old Tor Germany or America Kith If Congress, at thn dictation of Die Hut could not gel bis men benenlli brewers of the United Stntes, should The pnrnpet held by Kentucky. declare thai beer is not intoxicating Next they found General Woolford's within (he meaning of (he ConstituFirst tional Amendment, the impressive And for his blood did (hey thirst ohVel would bo the rescue of the Colonel Woolford of Kentucky. German beer Industry, the source of They got him once within a hollow 05 per cent of the liquor Iraftlc's square abuses, the origin of the corruption .lust listen, will yon, lo his troopers bared in the Senate investigation of swear the (erman-Atnerira- ii Alliance and "We will have himl" of bolshevistic propaganda. Willi thoir Irusly sabers red with This vicious institution the peoblood ple hate and have voted lo destroy They reached Iho spot where Wool- ruol and branch. Anything that inford stood, terposes between I hem nnd I he ob And mounted him behind one. ject of their wrath w ill undoubtedly The rebel ranks had closed again feel their displeasure. Thought they'd captured all these men Let Us Bo Honest About It That's only half Hie story. Throughout the whole course of Again they charge (he sabers discussion which has culminated in clnsh national prohibition the term "in- And gray coal.s feel the biting lash toxicating liquor" .iinl "alcoholic Hut Woolford's frcel liquor" have been used synonymousStood upon the summit of the hill ly. It has never for one moment Across the river from Knoxvillo been questioned by responsible peoThe 21th Kentucky. ple Hint ell alcoholic liquor is in- The Johnnies sent their fighlin' toxicating. men Nor can any honest man question To drive these Yankees from a tbo correctness of the popular view. glen Alcohol is an intoxicant. Therefore, Hut they were from Kentucky. any beverage the characteristic of For seventeen dnys in November which is dellned by alcoholic content They held that line, wilh rations is not only "alcoholic" but "intoxislender. cating." Cut oir from old Kentucky. The people have decided the con Then Texas tried to shell Kentucky troversy in the light of the discus out sion. If legislation were lo be en Hut she turned her muskets "right acted now crenting "Hat" beverages, abtiut" known of all men to bo intoxicating, Did old Kentucky. but in the ili'llnitloii of the law uon- - And tilled their port-ho- le full of intoxicntiug, we would shame our lead selves In the eyes of (he world, write And then made them hide their a lie into law, foil nnd cheat the every head , sovereign will and call down the From the "2Slh Kentucky." sure and swift revenge of the peo At'ilesaccn on the fourteenth morn ple at the (Kills. of May, That Iho Congress nf the United General Orders said, "Kentucky's Stales will do such a thing is, of Day course unbelieveable. That it should To Lead on Hallle Frontl" fail, by a vote of at least two lo on, Not a battlefield in nil tho West to rebuke the browers who havo Hut Kentucky's blood with nil lha proposed Ibis monstrosity is ex rest ceedlngly improbable. Hallows its sod. The cnuso for which they fought "Nothing is more ernneous from Is the snmo your Founder brought the physician's standpoint than lo To Herea in Kentucky. think of diminishing tlio destructive He preached and lived before the effects, of nlcoholism by substituting day beer for other alcoholic drinks, or Kmanolpation proclaimed the way that the victims of drink are found In Old Kentucky. only in those countries wliero He lived lo triumph with the cause whiskey helps the peoplo of a low And see it written in the laws grado of culture to forget their pov F.von of Old Kentucky. erty nnd misery." Dr. S'trumpell And many freemen now there bo ((icrmnn physiologist). Who bless the name of John G. Fee. Of Herea in Kentucky. 'Tbo most dangerous classes of It's worth the sacrifice wo gave rufllans in our largo cities nru beer Kmancipalo educate the slave drinkers. Intellectually a stupor Of Old Kentucky. amounting almost to paralysis ar- "I'wns Freedom's battle that we rests the reason, changing all the fought higher faculties into n mere nnimnl-ifit- n, Liberty righteousness and we sensual, paroxysms of anger, sought senseless nnd brutal." Scienlitlc For Old Kentucky. Amerienn. That Victory made our Nation strong Young fleorge, ago six, who lived Hip Great World War to help lake, had been warned Hint In near the along ho must not go llsblng without his father or mother. Ho enmo homo Great Freedom's Cause. J. S. M, Co. 0, 2Uh Ky. nt noon with his fnco burnt red, nnd other signs of indulging in the forbidden pnstime. "George," said Thoy wero traveling peacefully his father, "I thought I told you homo in their lumbering market you weren't to go llshing without cert, when, from tho shadowy hedgo yi.iir mother or me." "Yes, daddy." thero leapt two unkempt forms. No "Well, you'vo been naughty, and time was wasted in useless talking. must havo n whipping. Will you In a business-lik- o manner they rilled take it now, or wait till tonight, tho pockets of Farmer Jones and when it's cooler?" George, after a his daughter, turned them out of moment's rellcction: "I'll wait till the cart, and drove oil in it themtonight, daddy, and then I can havo selves. "Dear, oh, dear," walled the another llsh Ibis afternoon." poor old man. "Hero is a nico to-horse and carl and money "Well," declared the man who had all gone." "Not tho money, father," been looking over tho law, "there, broke in the daughter. "I hid the "In your seems to he a penally for every- purso in my mouth." thing except stealing a man's mouth, lassr replied the old man daughter." "Oh," said his friend, feebly. "Good for you I Hut what "I hero is a penally provided for n pity your mother wasn't hero. that, too." "What is it." "Hard Then wo might havo saved the horso and cart." labor for life." ed Ken-luck1 do Wise Living By KEV. J H RALSTON, D. D. Stcfftity of CfffeponlBct Deptrtmtnt, Mrxhlr Itlbte Institute, Chltago FRANCE PRAISE it Says People Can Enjoy Peace Which Common Sacrifices Won. NEW EVIDENCE OF STABILITY TKXT I'or lli grace nf Ool thai brlngelh salvation liath appeared to all men, tiArhinc ns Hint, denying unK"(tH-nc- i Mid norlilly lusts, wn should live I sotierlr, righteously and Kmlly, In this present world, looking for that bleeped Declares Annals of W&r Recount No hope, and the Klnrtoua appearing of the Greater Heroism Than That of the great Clnd and our Ravlour Jeiu Christ French Soldiers at Verdun -- Titus 2 Glorifies Paris. In this passage the saved mnii Is told how to live In he age In which he On Hoard the United States Steam-dil- p llnds himself. (ieorge Washington, July 4. What was good This Is the most tremendous Kourtb for Paul's day, for if July ever Imagined, for we have Washington's dny. 'pencil Its franchise to the wholo Is good for the vorld," said President Wilson In n twentieth century. dlrrllig speech to soldiers and sailors nnd there need .nassed on the deck of the presidential not he the swerv teamer this afternoon. lug of a step from Ills theme was "The new nnd enthe path pointed larged inclining of the Fourth of July," Is and be said the war has borne AmerSociety out. trying to wive It- ica's message of liberty and Independself, nnd If It were ence to the remotest corners of the wlso It would tind earth. lie spoke of the future to the very best In- America and said: "You can not earu struction In this n reputation like that and not live up passage of Scrip to It." lure. Ood's advice as to how to act Paris. July 7. Splendid tribute wiu costs nothing. It Is altogether of grace, paid to France by Gen. John J. Peror favor. If It were not for this grace, shing, the American commander In oftentimes greatly iihused, human chief. In speeches made by him nt the would Immediately collapse, hut reception nt the Hotel De Vllle and God's hand Is stretched out still, and Inter at the dinner given In honor of we are simply to take what he olTers. prominent American olllclals. To every one who accepts his salva"It Is with a feeling of profound tion, through faith In the atoning sacri- emotion that we Americans meet with fice of hts Son, Ood Imparts his own you on the eve of our national holinature, by the Holy Spirit. When ii day," said General Pershing ut the man Is thus possessed, he hates sin In dinner, where Minister of Mnrine Ley himself and others hecnue God hates gues presided. appealed It, and he denies lie will not practice always has "France or sanction "ungodliness and worldly strongly to the Imagination of the lusts," nnd he lives "soberly, righteous- Americans. The history of France Is ly and godly In this present world." replete with the records of the brnve Under human government life for deeds of her gallant men and tho dethe Individual, nud for society, has votion of her noble women. Flfjht for Homes Won. two divisions prohibition, or negation, "On this battleground generations and then (sisltlve ohedlence, or action. of Frenchmen have fought for their However men may object to prohibitions, they remain ns facts In all laws, boines anil firesides against succesMan finds Hint there are many things sive waves of oppression and In their that he must not do; he must deny crucible of tire there has been molded ungodliness nnd dctlres that encroach the sturdy French race of our day. "It has remained for us to see the on the rights of others. A man only culmination of this uniform developneeds to look about lilin to see ungodliness, practically of all kinds, and he ment of n free und Independent peo must decline to enter into It. Probably ple. "In the conflict now happily ended this Is not very difficult for thoe who read this sermon, hut the most secure. the courage and bravery of your splen In moral life, need to he careful, for did Pollus hove given the world new Peter fell from the position of primacy evidence of your stability. The annals nrnonp the apostles to the position of a of war recount no greater heroism common laughing-stocthan that of the French soldiers at and liar. Their determination has There Is no "no man's hind" between Verdun. the prohibitions nnd positive Injunc- been a fine example to their American tions. If a man ceases to do wrong, he comrades, who are proud to have been must immediately begin to do right, associated with thcin In striking the he must study the practice of sobriety, final blow for liberty and humanity. Comradeship Firmly Cemented. he should live righteously. And that "Throughout the associations the Is what the president of the United States Is seeking to hnve the nations comradeship of the two nations has The soul of of the earth do. nnd this side of the heen firmly cemented. direct divine government on the earth, France and the soul of America are this Is the best guarantee of perma- welded for all time. We may now go hand In hand together through the nency of peace conditions. years of n peace which our common But a man should go further, he sacrifices hnve won." should be godly, and this he cannot At the reception ot the Hotel De be In reality until he accepts God's Vllle, General Pershing said. In part salvation through Christ. "We are deeply touched by the corA godly, righteous man Is the finest dial reception you have extended to type of mnn. To be truly religious Is us. As It Is Impossible between not to he fanatical or superstitious, to friends to dissimulate, so we feel thnt go back to the sixteenth century. It Is your words but faintly convey the to be abreast ot the age In which we warmest of feelings thnt fill your live. The genuinely religious man Is hearts. We thus Interpret your sen a forceful man and has power of Influtlments because our hearts likewise ence beyond others. are filled with sentiments of affection To everything In life there must be and love for the people of your city motive, nnd here It Is the "blessed nnd France. It Is not as strangers hope of the glorious appearing of the that we have bean received, but ns great God and our Saviour Jesus friends and relntlves separated from Christ." our own country. The child always looks forward to Memories Are Treasured. the time when he will be a grown-up- ; "We have found In your families the young man looks to the time when he can take his father's business or the sweetness of domestic firesides. profession, and the mature man. If he We shall always trensure these memo Is not willing to be considered a worn-ou- t ries of our stay among you. "What shnll I say of beautiful horse, only fit to die, looks beParls7 In the hour of peril when the yond this lfe. enemy threatened the destruction of Even those who have Immortality In your monuments and art treasures acmind are quickened by that hope, but during ages within the cumulated here the hope Is defined the hope of city's walls, the soldiers of America the glorious appearing of the great were proud to spend their blood upon God and our Saviour. the field of battle by the side of their Is that statement merely a rhetorical brothers In nrjns for the preservation appeal to the Imagination or figura- of Paris and the preservation of her tive? As men and things ore falling us glorious traditions. all the time, and some of the wisest "After our glorious victory nnd In men are saying that the whole social tike calm of a Just peace, Paris, en world Is about to go to pieces unless tlrely unbanned, will continue toward one little thine happens the feeding her Immortal destiny. In the name of of the starving peoples of Kurope Is the American army. I extend to her It not fine to have something that mau our admiration and our most ardent does not manage? wish for the perpetuation of her Jesus Christ, ns God, with his In- grandeur and prosperity." finite power, will gloriously appear on of the MORE MEN FOR DIAZ ARMY this earth, and the race, Satan, will be bound, and a reign of righteousness be Inaugurated, and Passengers Reaching Havana From that reign will never cense. Mexico Say Indians Have Joined There Is not a hope that the world General's Forces. has today but Is questioned, and those hopes are many; but when the hope of Hovano, July 7. Passengers orrlv-In- g the world rests on the Infallible Word here from Mexican ports state that of God, Indeed on God himself, man In the Peto district of Yucaton 2.000 conran speak and act with absolute Mayo Indians have Joined the ranks fidence. If the coming of the great of Felix Dlus'a rebel army. General God was the same to all people, we Hernandez, tbeCarranxa garrison might not urge the Importance of this In Yucatan, hns sent federal text, but to only those who deny un- forces urmed with cannon und godliness and worldly desires, and seek guns In pusult nf tho Indians. sobriety, righteousness and godliness, The passengers also bring reports of blessings from that coming be desertions from the Carranrn tinny to will the secured. Those not thus described will that of Diaz. At Slluo, sttite of Guanabe visited by a destruction, with which juato, In the heart of Mexico, 200 the destruction of the peoples on earth federals deserted, while at Murutlnn In the war areas within the last five BSO others went over to Dins. years will be as child's play. k urch-enemmn-chi- 'Pretty slow these safe Fourths." V and sano 'Hello! Here's something doing." III. 3 "Sounds like a burning fuse." IV. ( p ? "Funny I don't hear any bang." V. "Guess I'll look Into this." Si i .... I "Stung!" From Pack. Ono Country. After all, Una country, brethren! We must lite or fall With the supreme republic. Wa must be The makers ot her Immortality Her freedom, fame. Her clory or her ahame. Liegemen to God ajid fathers of the free! After all Mark! From the heights the clean, strong clarion call And the command Imperious: "Stood forth Bona ot the South and brothers of tho North! Stand forth and be As on soil and eea Tour country's honor more than smpuVa worth r Tie Freedom wears the loveliest coronal. Htr brow la to the morning; In the aod She breathes tho breath ot patriots; every Against the foes ot liberty and Ood! ' Prank U Btaatoa, And rlaea like After all, Answers her call clod s a wall . . i Paffp Klcht THE CITIZEN July 10. 1HI0. , was well known, and he leaos a mother, one brother,, Robert Flynn, who has been in the U. S. standing army for several years nnd two children, besides n host of friends and other relatives lo mourn after him. Jim Covey, who had Ihe ulltm! In full bf th writer. Th nmt No forrpondnce publithni unl misfortune of losing his house some n erldrnre of tromt faith. Writ plilnljr. It not for publication, but time ago by lire, will soon have anThe sawother house completed. bert Miracle, who returned from mill nt this place Is running two JACKSON COUNTY n r seas a few weeks ago, has gono shifls nt present; the llrsl shift beCarlco Miss Lucy ginning al .'1:00 a. tn, and Ihe second Hrothor Mike lo In farm in Iowa. July 0. Carlco, Itlloy failed (o till Ms appointment Itamsey of Jackson county, who has shift nultting nt 10:00 p. m., allowat I'lat Top today. Mrs. Duln How-n- nl been in school at Heron, stopped ing len hours lo each shift. Mlr Is visiting: her parents Mr. and oer in Conway from Saturday until Florence Riddle of Rico Station was Monday, with her friend, Mrs. Ger- al this place Tuesday. Mm. J. W. Angel, at prescnl. At the There, was a storm liere on the filh trude llice. She was on her way meeting of Ihe Estill Fiscal Court Arthur lllee, who has on June 20 there were no bids that did a great deal of damage to home. Ilrotlier Henry Lewl been in Hie army for two years, corn crop?. from anyone for (he buildwill preach at 1'lal Top I he second writes that he returned safely from ing of two miles of road on Ihe old Oeorge I.angdoil over seas, and will be home in a pike leading from Irvine lo RichSunday In July. Grandma Wynn is mond, and Ihe lime was re-sis teaching n Hinging school at short time. for Indian Creek school house at pres- spending a few days with her soli, July 15, at 0:00 a. m., for bids to be Born lo lli.i received on the contract. Bids will ent, Will Iloherls got one of his K. C. Wynn, at Herea. wife of David Callihan, a boy. be roreivod by Ihe Fiscal Court at mules hurt very badly last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Ford of (Ireen-moii- nl Mother and baby are doing line. Wheal harIrvine on thai day. were visiting in these parts Boone vest is over at Ibis place and everySaturday and Sunday Jack Lake Sunday school Is body reports wheal is good and corn Boone, July 1. has sold his farm to Charlie Cole progressing nicely at the Baptist crops are looking good. Charles for a good ppice and is planning on church, with Mr. Slmmake as su- Powell of Moberley was the guest Sunday perintendent. going to Pond Creek. Mrs. I.ucy Boldon of his sister, Mrs. Fannie 0. Walton, school is progressing nicely at Flat and daughter, Miss Susie, have re- of this place, Wednesday night. Top. It seems as (hough the turned from c visit with friends Several from Ibis place attended seiners ore going lo sein the rivers anil relatives at Richmond and Flem-onbu- the Fourth of July Celebration at dry. Tho law doesn't hinder them Miss Beatrice Irvine, Friday. William R. Smit!-iJunction. Corn crops are betin any way. Hich of Berea is with homefolks on the sick list nt this writing. ter In hose parts than known for this week. Miss I.ou Linville of Miss Sophie Frazier is recovering many years. Aunt Vina English Hockford was tho guest of Miss Julia nicely from a light attack of typhoid is very poorly at this time. Chas. Grant Sunday. Wash Grant made fever. Mrs. Sallie Belle. Gray of Ford is out on a ten days' furlough a business trip lo Lexington one this place received word Friday n, visiting relatives of this place. Master Husscll that her son, Pcrkin Gray, of day last week. attack Boldon is here from Richmond vishad a very-severROCKCASTLE COUNTY The new of typhoid. Mrs. Gray left for his iting his grand mother. Goochland Blackberries are serial is so interesting. You ought home at once. Goochland, July 8. We have to subscribe and get the first issue. beginning to get ripe pretty rapidly, been having some-- very gentle Btirnam Galloway of Berca was in this section, but Ihe people are show'crs which have made a great the guest of Miss Beatrice Wet! troubled to some extent in getting Peochange in crops of all kinds. Sunday. There will be a pie sup- sugar, on account of the great ple in this section are very busy per at the Baptist chyrch Saturday scarcity of sugar. Mr. and Mrs. harvesting oats and grass, which night. The proceeds will go for the G. W. Owens of this place are exSunday benefit of the singing school. are very good Ibis year. pecting to be home from Arkansas schools are being opened up in this in a few days, after spending a section. We are still having a very month or more in that Slate for CLAY COUNTY good attendance at our Sunday I heir health. Vine school at Sycamore each Sunday. Farmers are quite Vine, July B. Preaching at Sycamore every third busy harvesting their oats and layOWSLEY COUNTY Hogs are Sunday of each month. Travelers' Rest ing by their corn. Woodson Lewis selling in our neighborhood for 10 died July 2, al his home. His death Mrs. Travelers' Rest, July 7. cents per pound; com $2.00 per was caused by blood ioison, and he Emma E. McCoIlum has been hired bushel; eggs, at 30 cents per dozen. only lived a short time after taking to teach Travelers' Rest school and A. P. Gabbard visited 0, M. Payne Crops aro resick. His body w'as laid to rest by will begin July 21. at Disputanla last Sunday. Thad the side of his mother at this, place. ported good all around this place. Drew and Captain Wilson passed The funeral services were conductJ. E. Collins, traveling salesman through our town yesterday. The ed by J. H. Browning, I. F. and Levi for tho Saginaw Match Company, is farmers in this section have nearly Pennington. Ho leaves a wife, traveling with F. F. McCoIlum at all got a crop of tobacco, and It is The Pyramid father, two brothers, one sister, and the present time. looking good. Wm. Sparks was a host of friends and relatives to Oil Company's test well oa. Bill in Goochland yesterday, and pura five e Gabbard's farm proved Mrs. Etla mourn his loss. chased a good lot of goods, and left ago of flux. barrel well. This gives the Travdied a few: days all simles. Mr. Sparks is a good, She leaves a husband and six chil- elers' Rest people a lift. The same farmer. Hurrah for dren W mourn, her loss. Her re- company have moved their maThe Citizen, it is tho best paper to mains wore taken to the family chinery to Thomas Lynch's farm, read.. cemetery at tho homo of her father, and will begin drilling right away. Cooksburg Miss Elizabeth Hemphill of Ibis Several of tho Steve McQueen. Cooksburg, July 7. Tho neigh- soldiers of this place attended the place is visiting her father and bors are all about through with Fourth of July Celebration at Ann-vill- e. other relatives in eastern Pennsyltlioir corn, and arc now taking care Services will be held at vania. She will be away from her of their oats. Mrs. Lidia Anglin tho new church Saturday and Sun- Sunday school work until Septemand Mrs. Ellen Ilobinson of Orlando day. Lizzio Herd is recovering ber 1. spent the first of the week with Mr. A good many from typhoid fever. Malcom The, little and Mrs. C. L. Thomas. Malcom, July 5. There is an from here attended the dance at infant of .Mr. and Mrs. Willis Sin- epidemic of flux raging in this vi- Idamay, July i. Conkllng gleton, who has been very ill, is cinity and several deaths are reMrs. Martha Conkling, July 5. slowly improving. Blackberries ported. harvesting Farmers are The comseem to be very scarce in this part. their oals crop which proved to bo Deaton is very sick. The wheat crops seem to bo very much better than tho wheat yield in munion services were held at Macer good. J. W. Anderson Potatoes are going to bo this part. Corn crops and gardens donia Sunday. about a half crop in this part, aro looking fine. Mrs. Bettie filled his regular appointment al Mrs. C. L. Thomas was calling on Brummet, who has been so low, is Flat Lick Saturday and Sunday. friends at White Oak Sunday. Fruit being scarce most everybody improving. Mrs. Mary PenningSaturday and Sunday will bo tho ton is very sick. Mary Ann is busy picking and canning berries. Mrs. Several from here attended the regular church days in Moris Valley McDaniel Is still very poorly, and Kash Mcwhich is. the second Saturday and is not expected to recover, Mrs. picnic al Bond, July I. Sunday in July. Everybody come. Lucy Creech of Lancaster paid Mrs. CoIlum went to Heidelberg SaturMiss Kate AnMrs. Flora Mullins spent Sunday Rebecca Browning a visit last week. day on business. derson will teach at Bethlehem the The Apple Elic Allin. with Mrs. Flix York, who has been visiting and peach crop arc a failure most his aged parents, of this place, has coming fall. everywhere. Mr. and Mrs. P. P. returned to his home in Minnesota. CLARK COUNTY Singleton spent Sunday last with He is contemplating on returning to Log Lick News Kentucky this fall. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs Born to the Log Lick, July 0. has reached the relatives that Dillard Whiltymoro aro tho proud wife of Richard Stone, July 5, a Sherman Singleton, who lives at parents of a fine baby boy. fine boy whom they named Wilbert. McGregor, Minn., expects to take Chester Dawson, of Winchester, his next Christmas at his old home ESTILL COUNTY was' here last week and bought llfly place on Crooked Creek. He has West Irvine hogs for llVj cents per pound. been gone about three years. Charley West Irvine, July 5. Dr. A. T. Neal made a business trip attorney-at-laof this to Winchester last Thursday. Flynn, an Conway Conway, July 8. Tho Hovs. Messrs. dace, died suddenly at the home of The Rev. James Lunsford of DreyBlair and Hico Illicit their regular Andy Stephens, of Lcightpn, Juno fus camo over yesterday and lllled appointment at tho Baptist church 30, at 9:00 a. 111. His sudden death his regular appointment at this Mr. and Mrs. Stanley was supposed to bo caused from place. Sunday. Tobacco in this part of Payno have returned homo from a heart trouble. Mr. Flynn was about Clark county is smaller than wo visit with Mr. Payne's father at 30 years of age, and was a son of have seen in a long time, owing to Disputanta. Misses Fannio and Jeff Flynn. Charley was married late setting. J. H. Dawson and Emma Wynn arc attending the In- several years ago to Miss Marlow. family of Winchester "spent the day to Mr. Flynn's body was brought stitute at Mt. Vernon this week. last Sunday with Mrs. Maud Nea', Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Miracle, Mr. and his home at this placo on tho night Wo wero blessed recently Willi Mrs. Henry Bowman all piotored to after his death, and was laid to line rains which wero very badly Madison county Sunday to attend rest on July 1, in the Dillard Gun needed for all growing vegetation. Al burying ground at Witt. Mr. Flynn Mrs. Rebecca Henry and Mrs. Susie a Primitive Baptist meeting. Gravclt were Log Lick visitors last Thursday. There seems to bo a bumper crop of blackberries in this community, though the hucksters aro selling them for $1.25 and $IJ)0 Several from this per bucket. placo aro attending the protracted meeting which is being held this Oats and week at Spout Spring. before-the-wa- r Returns to its meadows In this part aro very good high standard of quality and are being harvested. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else et rg s Wise-mantow- o Emma and Ora Eslrldgo will begin Ihelr leaching at Manso tho Mill. Miss Fannie Dowden will leach al Report ol the condition of The Jackson County Hank, doing business Mr. and Bourne until Seplember. Mrs. John Dozler and family of at the town of McKec, County of Jackson, State of Kentucky, at the close Richmond spent Sunday with Mrs. of business on the 25th day of June, 1919: Mrs. John Smith, J. T. Thompson. RESOURCES Miss Motile and Mlllerd, have been Loans and Discounts 5 85.437.88 visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Overdrafts, secured and unsecured l 1. W. C. Wynn. Miss Mabel Hall Stockt, Bonds and other Securities 39,049.16 has relurncd home from Bowling Due from Hanks 84.168. J7 Green, where she has been attend- Cash on li.md 10.110. ji W. K. S. N. Miss Hall will Checks and other cash items ing ; ,. Mart Hanking House, Furniture and Fixtures leach near Owensbnro. , j.ooo.oo Baker of near Berea visited Mr. and Mrs. Thompson Monday and TuesToTAt $242,121.56 day. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Scale and LIABILITIES little son, James Dorwin, and Miss Sallie Lnlz of Lancaster spent July Captlal Stock paid in, in cash $15,000.00 I as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ton) Surplus Fund 6,000.00 All of Ihe rural schools Undivided Profits, less expenses and Logsdon. taxes pafd 3,468.83 county will begin July It. in the Deposits subject to check $ 77, 65 2. 73 Mrs. Viola Trlbblo of Hiatsvllle and lime Deposits 40,000.00 217,652.73 Henry Kinder of Perryvillc surprised llieir many friends Saturday IOT.M 2242, 121.56 Saturday married. by getting State ol Kentucky, County ol Jackson, Scf. afternoon in I.ancasler while Oeorgi We, I). Ci. Collier ami J. R. Hays, President and Cashier of the Patterson and family were away dollars was above named bank, do solemnly swear that the abow statement is true to from home a thousand taken from Ihe house. The blood the best ol our knowledge and belief. I). G. Collier. President lioiinits were sent for nnd it Is" J R. Hays, Cashier thought that the money was found. Robert Creech gave an aluminum Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of July, 1919. demonstration in the home of Mrs. R. M. Ward, Clerk Jackson County Court A. B. Wynn Thursday afternoon. lly John Fowler, I). C. Thi Rev. Walker Kelley and the Rev. Mr. Langly of Nebraska visited W. W. West and family Tuesday. tho family of Evan Richardson. Ihe defeat of Hie two most serious They have been attending Ihe Cen- Johnnlo Kindred was the guest of menares of our national peaco A Henry Owens Sunday. tenary and are enroule home. Booze and Bodies S. S. Kelwe should bebirthday dinner was given Tuesday ley motored to his Drowning Creek gin lo realize with grateful hearts at Ihe home of Mrs. Miko Noo for Fruit Farm from his homo in Lex- that the prophetic halleluiah sung Everybody ington Sunday. He was accompanher falhcr, Mr. Day. by celeslinl messengers over -- the is glad o see Doctor Carman back ied by his brother. Wlllio Kclloy, Judenn hills one starry night near wilh us since his slay in France. Joe Tilton. two thousand years ago is given t nnd his brother-in-laJ. W. Kindred Is buying black- this ago and we aro privileged lo berries and selling them in Rich- sing Ihe glorious refrain when wo MADISON COUNTY mond. take a retrospect of the past, of Panola wars, riots, upheavals, and destrucHarts We are having Panola. July 7. Harts, July 7. Our Sunday tion, of poverty, want and woe, wo seasonable rains. There Is a heavy Tho enn realize how utterly futile have crop of blackberries. There is school is progressing nicely. not much fruit. Aunt Miriam Cox pio supper was conducted by Mr. been our efforts lo establish "peaco has returned from a most enjoyable Strong. We made SloMiO. The pro- on earlh." because, like Achan, wo visit lo her children near Richmond. ceeds will go for buying an organ. hid the forbidden thing in our Misses Rowcna nnd Elizabeth tents and refused In follow the Minerva and Myrlle Kindred spent a pleasant afternoon at the homo visited their- - grandfather, J. W. blessed leaching of our Lord, herMrs. Kiln Ely Anderson has alded by the glorious prophecy. UnLake. of Mrs. C. M. Rawlings, Sunday. impeded by the weight of intemA little daughter, Dora, was born gone to Mt.Vernon lo ntlend the Mrs. Roy Gadd will be- -I perance, this nation can rise to into the home of Albert Lainhart Rollie Cox and family spent Sun- gin her school nt Wallacelon July heights of harmony hitherto unat-iainby morlr.ls. This condition day as the guesl of Ihe family of 1. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Robinson Waller Lakes. George Richardson, were nl this place Saturday and presages (hat "peace which the world cannot give or take away." an over sea man, has been dis- Sunday. A number of young people from charged and is with his parents, Bluo Lick "Glory to this vicinity spent the Fourth at Mr. and Mrs. Evan Richardson. Blue Lick, July 7. The Row J. W. Richardson and God in the highest, on earth peace Booueshorn. Among the vast throng TVn) (CoaUntKd oa With family of Vogel spent Sunday with and good will toward men." JACKSON COUNTY BANK uj.it 33-7- 1 w, J ed 1 - Pt gc to-b- 1 62 Acres . Garrard County Land AT AUCTION Tuesday Morning, 10 O'clock JULY 15, 1919 In the famous "Camp Dick Robinson" section, known everywhere as very fertile soil. f mile from Lancaster and Lexington pike; Fronts on Mt. Hebron pike, just MILE FROM GRADED SCHOOL, one mile from Bryantsville, tiat growing village, with its stores, churches, bank, schools, etc. one-halONE-HALF A DANDY ill HOME-- AN IDEAL LOCATION w, Known as the Esq. Jack Dunn farm, now owned by Floyd Curtis. Reason for selling health of owner No other farms in this neighborhood for sale. They just won't price. dwelling 2 tenant houses, 1 large stock barn the best in the county with water, and fully equipped for feeding 100 cattle, 1 new tobacco barn, all necessary outbuildings. Will be sold in three tracts: 85 acres with main improvements; 50 acres with tenant house and tobacco barn; 27 acres, no improvements. Purchaser of any tract will have chance to buy either one or both of other tracts. POSSESSION 40 Acres Corn JANUARY 1st, 1920. 10 Acres Tobacco TERMS EASY. 112 Acres Grass This farm will be sold for the "High Dollar." I "turn down" Auction Sale propositions every few days. I only contract for those I know will appeal to the buyers, therefore, I always sell what I offer. The purchaser gets the benefit of my judgment as to values. Attend my sales and see how they are conducted. We want to show you the land before day of sale. Get in touch with us. ' No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour - SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Also Look up the advertisements for sales on the 16th, 21st, 22nd, and 23rd. of July. farms for sale privately. 4 Once Tried Always Used GARRARD COUNTY Paint Lick Paint Lick, July 9. The Misses immmtMnmrnmnnmm WMIMliMtlflli