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IIKRKA, The citizen MADISON COUNTY, K Knowledgo is Power and Iho way to keep up with modern Knowledge is to read a good Newspaper. UNTUCK Y, JULY 21, 1019. One Dollar nnd Fifty Cents Per Year. No. 4. Remember September 17 On Wednesday, the 17th of September, only eight weeks nliead, the Fall Term opens in all departments of Herca. RHENISH PRUSSIA IN PRAYER FOR PEACE MANY STRIKES ON AT CHICAGO Engineers of the Fire Department to "Resign" Car Men Vote to Quit. WorOews Trench Cabinet Sustained Tho chamber of Deputies gave a vote of confidence lo the Ministry of Clcmenccau hy a vote of 272 to 181. This is a week later than usual so that everybody can get good and ready. ' And the institution every comer. will have something good for A League that is a League TllliCiTlZKN is a Republican paper but Tl IE Crn.EN is not proud of our Republican Senators who are fighting the League of Nations. Everybody except a few Senators desire to have the war put an ;:nd to. It takes some power to stop war. We do not wish to haw any one nation act as policeman for all the rest, so we propose to have a League of Nations, each nation promising to contribute its share of the power necessary to keep the peace. Now these Senators seem to think they can have a League without giving it any power, or else they propose that the League shall have power but that the United States shall not furnish any of that power. In other words they propose a League which is not a League. We think they will find out that the people of the United States are in favor of a League of Nations. Summer Preaching - The summer is the great time for meetings in the mountains. The roads are good, the children do not Procession In u .village near Worms, In Itlienlsh Prussia, chuntlug pruyers for tilt- signing of pence. have to be wrapped up, and we cart have the meetings out of doors in the fashion of Christ and the Apostles. The Editor wishes that'he could be in three or four places each one of these beautiful summer Sundays. News S. News There will be baptisms in many a branch, and funerals to will gather from several counties, and t which the kins-foly Bill Passes House Marion Hit by Fire churches which only have meetings four or five times in a iiiree lo one ote (287 to 100) The greater portion of '.Marion was the whole year will be sure to have services in July and in tlicJIlouse posses a bill which destroyed hy a $100,000 fire. August. will Killiull hopes of the liquor men of a resumption or their business.. Let everybody come to meeting. All the children Kentucky Tobacco Tho tobacco crop of want to go. We shall see our neighbors and renew acuWs. Casualties in Russia Kentucky, 421,571,298 pounds, sold quaintances.' Bring the hymn book and help in the singTheSgolal of casualties to (lie for 8115,790,085. ing. Bring some money for the contribution. Speak a American force in V Russiajand Expeditionary 139 killed, word of love and appreciation to the faithful preacher. Siberia total Crab Orchard Booze Captured Bowyour spirit as well as' your knees in prayer, and store Revenue Officers Sauiley and ii'j ucnms irom uisease, M wound up some good thoughts to think about on the way home, Lewis raided Singleton's place at ed. aim S7 missimr in action. " it over by the fireside ne.t winter. and S5BKsSnSSKKKKKl- ?MiLitttttpjwjyj Kentucky k f' 11)18-10- 19 A to-tal- k CrabHsOrchard-aiHU-capUiredlC- 3 quarts of booze. Madison County Men Shot. William Lenr, constable, Samuel Hill, farmer, shot and killed case of other strikers. Carpenters Sermon by Benson Howard Roberts, Union Church each oilier in a pistol duel over hold out for 81.00 per hour. Boston "And I saw a new heaven and a pie. of ii.ss lighting in Bohemia slock allowed to run at large, at street car men return to work. 21:1-- 3. Itiv. new earth against the Autocratic claims of Hear Wallow, Sunday. Army Supplies in Ohio Home, of Luther in Germany reIt was a lung stretch of vision, Cleveland invested $50,000 In surthe seers' horizon is projected be- jecting the dogma of Priesthood Kentucky Feeds the Hungry through un- nnd protesting against the corrupyond mortal pen Sixty thousand children in War plus army stores that filled thirteen numbered centuries down the tion of the church, through our own saw gel a mug of milk each day cars. The?e supplies, purchased by vista of coming milloniums, whose lay, and on through what agc3 to from funds supplied hy the Ameri- the city, arc (0 be sold to the con- Mayor Appoints Mediation Commission history had yet to ho made. that greater day when the dawn can Hebrew Association to which sumer at 20 to 00 per cent under Mayor Thompson named n commisIt was a vision reaching from an of Helblehem breaks into full Kentucky contributed $250,000. It current prices. sion to mediate In the threatened age when the Iloman world wrap- splendor and effulgence of that city is estimated that 800,000 children street car strike. The first meeting will be held Mondny nt noon In the Pasture in the South ped in false conceptions of God bathed in light, that had no need of would dio in Poland if American The catllo of tho drouth stricken city council chambers. Mayor Thompj dominated, a hard and pagan age of tho sun for God Himself was the relief was withdrawn. regions of the West and North nrc son, Alderman Scott SI. Ilogan, Edmoral darkness nnd cruelly, on to light thereof. offered pasturage in the S'outh by ward It. Arinltagc, Thomas F. Byrne God should when tin' age Labor Troubles in Kentucky It was a vision of answered prayand Sheldon W. finvler. represent the again dwell on the earth, which in er. The prayer of Isaiah, of DanLabor must share in the profits the Southern Settlement and De- city; Ilrltton I.' Iludd nnd Leonard A. the beginning He pronounced good iel, of Zeehaiiah, who with pro- of industry in Kentucky if tho Stale velopment organization Roduccd Bushy the elevated nnd surface lines, A vision powerful, phetic insight saw tho kingdom of is lo prosper, says U. S. Labor ex- freight rates are sought for their and William Quintan nnd William My- Inn, presidents of the surface nnd "I" piercing through t lie smoke and God set up on tho earth. It was pert who has been consideringtho stock. men's organizations, represent tho labor situation at Louisville and in dust of unnumbered battles, of wars n Christ-taugand Christ-inspirworkers. The commission wns authorTexas for Hie Stale. of wearing length, seeing clearly prayer. The Texas Senate adopted a reso ized by Alderman I.ynch's resolution. through the fogs of century-ol- d Employers who have been grantA prayer inspired by what ages doubts, of faNe faiths through the of the misrule of the sons of men ing a bonus are congratulated on lution asking tho Federal Governgloom of the horror of the dungeons, who groping their way through their foresight. HEAD QUITS He predicts the ment that Texas have the same lib- TELEGRAPHERS' of the Inquisition, the glare of mar- moral 'darkness, inaugurating the labor market will be short 5,000,000 erty of action to protect its citizens tyr tires. reign of force had wrought disas- men In six months' time. Other that it had as a republic, if tho, S. J. Konenkamp Offers Resignation 'as President of Union Will A isirm that spanned the early ter in the fair realms of God, for- experts make tho number Ilvo to unueu aiatcs cannot put an end lo Take Up Practice of Law. Iho Guerilla Warfare existing on ages of the primitive church, the ever seeking class domination, the six millions. tho Mexican border. The hope of tho Kentucky emlater ages when the church, en- slrong oppressing tho weak. Chicago, July 21. President S. J. riched and now powerful had beployer is to make iho conditions of Thy Kingdom Come Konenkamp of the Commercial TelegFarmers and Laborers to Control raphers' Union of America, stated that corrupt and recreant to the, It wns Hi 0 cry of countless slaves, labor more attractive. come United States faith. of suffering humanity through age3 he hnd ottered his resignation to the Tho A vision that reached beyond tho upon ages going up to tho tbrono of Governor'Black Sends Message to League of general executive hoard of tho union. North Dakota proposes to effect a In his letter to the board he stnted days of WyclllT battling In Kngland God, a prayer wrung from tho hearts Teachers of Moonlight Schools for tho Gospel for the common peo- - of tho oppressed and downtrodden "Whilo tho countries of Europe Union of Farmers and all other la- that It had been his desire for some time to take up tho practice of Inw; of men. rebuild their ruined cities and re- bor organizations in a National Lcaguo and thus to control that bis reason for offering his resighabilitate their industries, it Is our What Is the Kingdom of God? CONTENTS nation wns purely personnl, nnd his Christ says: That in value, it 13 privilege, in tho United Stales to re tho Government. chief regret would be the severance of Political and Industrial freedom his harmonious jvlntlnns with his habilllato the lives of our fellow like n pearl of great price. PAGE 1. Editorials: llemeinbcr citizens. Ono of the most necessary is the object. A Convention of La- fellow olllcers, A special session of (Continued oa Pigs Two) September 17; A League that Is and most noblo Of reconstruction bor nnd Farmer organizations will the organization will be held shortly am) his resignation may not be acceptn I.eaguo; Summer Preaching. (asks is (o (each all those who arc bo held at St. Louis, October 18. ed until that time. Deluging in God's Kingdom. unablo (o read nnd write. Wo must HAIR CUTTING BRINGS RIOT do this beforo the Many Strikes on at Chicago. Baloon Falls Through Bank Root Commonwealth A large dirigible baloon caught WILSON PLEASED WITH TALKS World, U. S.. State News. and tho Nation can mako great ad Fifteen Thousand Attack School vanccmen't. llro and fell on tho glass dorno of a PAGE 2. Velocity and Momentum. After Girls' Locks Are "Tho teachers and citizens of hank in Chicago. Tho gasolino tank Better Understanding With Q. O. P. Removed. Must Apologize to American Senators Reached In Conferences, fulling through the roof exploded Kentucky nro pioneers In this movo-moPresident Declares. Flag. and tho scattered gasolino flames which has now become na Aberdeen, Scotland. The parents of attending nn elementary tion-wiPAGE 3. and has oven been ndopt-c- d set flro lo tho clothing or inen and Serial Story. Washington, Fleet ofT children July 21. President to Pacific in other countries. Tho move-men- l girls. Hodies wero burned to a Wilson's advisers said he was highly Plan to Salvage school here have shown their resentment ngalnst the action of the author. which thoy havo so unsolfishly crisp noyond recognition. Somo of pleased with the attitude of RepubSunken Cargoes. ities In cutting off the hair ot girl pu- fostered, demands the best that Is tho crew escaped by parachutes. lican senators with whom ho has conpils by an attack nn tho school. PAGE 4 Local Items ferred on the pence treaty and the In us all at this time when tho last Ten wero killed and twenty-flv-o Armed with missiles, a crowd of league of nations cotenant. He also batllo of this orusado against Illit- injured as a result. PAGE S. AdTravel in Iho Air. 15,000 men, women and children, womwas said to feel that the. conferences en predominating, gathered near the eracy in Kentucky is being waged. vertisements ut the White House hnd cleared up school, It being understood that a docIn 7 honor tho moonlight school U. S. Race Riot in Washington many doubtful points seen,the minds ot PAGE C Farm and Home. tor wns about to apply the scissors to teachers and set a high vnluo upon The presiFour dead, ten or mnrn wounded. the senators he had other pupils' linlr. The school win- Iho servlco which they are volun- Is Iho result (litis far of rights be dent expects to see more Republican PAGE 7. Sunday Sohool Lesson, dows were wrecked nnd damage teering lo render lo humanity and tween negroes and whites In Wash- senators this week. Ho has conferred Tho Product of tho Home. amounting to over $1,000 was caused. lo Iho seven senators since sending 1 Slate May that service en. ington. D.G. As (he notice nro In. with Invitations to them to come out Prices May Rlso. Tho principals of the school had to tils maintained that the cutting of the rich their own lives as much as It elllelenl, troops havo been detailed the White House, and hopes to sen PAGE 8. Kastorn Kentucky Nuws. girls' hulr was Justified for reasons of will bless Iholr fellow-me- n and tlio lo control tho situation, Attacks by practically all of them before starting great Commonwealth of Kentucky. White House is again Center. health. (Contlnmd oa Ft( fWs) on his tour of the country. JAS. D. BLACK, Governor." Bringing in God's Kingdom 11 "-- Chicago 'and Boston Strikes Broken Ten thousand strikers in Chicago ' stock yards voted to return to and work. Mediation is in progress in Switzerland for League vole of 2i to 2 in the committee of experts on International DEMAND 77 PER CENT RAISE Law appointed by Iho Swiss Parliament Switzerland enters the League of Nations. One Hundred Thousand Building Construction Yorkshire Miners Strike Worker Locked Two hundred thousand workers in Out Many Plants .Tied Up by Labor Trouble. Yorkshire mines are out on strike. None of the mines are in operation. Chicago, July 21. Two hundred nnd Water is rising as all pump men aro thirty-sevemen who operate out. They are striking "to get their steam nnd gas lire engines went rights under (he S'ankey report." on strike nt 8 o'clock tills morning, leaving the city's lire lighting equipEnglish Parliament Favors Treaty ment hndly crippled. Hy a unanimous vole the House of Fifteen thousand employees of sup fnce nnd elevated street railway lines Commons passed the second and have voted by mi overwhelming ma- third readings of the Treaty. Lloyd jority to strike unless they are grant- George declared that the Irish could ed wage Increases nmoiintlng to ujc have Home Rule when thoy wanted pmxlurntely 77 per cent of the present it, hut could not force it upon Ulsscale. About 100.000 men employed In ter. building construction work are locked out by their employers who charge War Prisoners Return the men went on .strike In violation ot Three thousand German ' War agreement. prisoners will be sent home from Thousands of, Others Out. t Switzerland (his week. Some prefer Thousands of men ure on strike ut lo remain in Switzerland. The 30,000 the Argo plant of, tho Corn Products prisoners in France will he sent' to Itellnlng company! the plant of the International Harvester company, Crane Germany al once in accord with recent arrangements. C. Co. and many smaller Industrie. These are the outstanding features of the most serious labor situation French War Loss Forty Billions Chicago has, faced In years. The disThe report, verified hy a French putes Involve more than 200,000 men committee of engineers, architects. and Industrial operations umoimtiug manufacturers and" agriculturists. to millions of dollars have been halted fixes the damage done in Hie invaded or are badly crippled. districts of France at 119,000,000,000 Want Fare Increased. Although the street car employes francs. 'I he loss lo agriculture was francs. The total have voted by a huge majority to go .17,000,000.000 on strike, no immediate action will lie amount reaches tho sum of 200,000,- taken, the men declaring they will 000,000 . francs or forty billion give their employers nuiple time to dollars. consider their demands. The street car companies nre not averse to grantPlea for the Hohenzollerns ing their employes Increased wages A letter addressed to President but declare they cannot do so unless Poincarc by the Proleslant comgrouted permission to Increase fares. ..TheJjulldlug trades lockout, which munity of Berlin asking "iinniocpniij. ,Ty' began Friday, Is still In progress but FranceToriglit ItY'wrohgS' toward members of the unions have approved Iho Huguenots driven from France tho appointment of n "peace" delegain 1085 by sparing their benefactors, tion to call upon the employers In an Hie Hohenzollerns" was published effort to bring about n settlement. Monday by the Temps in a Berlin "Resign." Fire Engineers The city lire engineers who went oit dispatch. This reparation, tho letdeclare their action Is not n strike, ter says, would bo a way in which since strikes are not jHTmltted under France might "testify her gratitude, civil service rules. They assert It Is for the protection accorded the 20,-0- 00 a wholesale resignation as a protest French Huguenots who were against the failure of the council sheltered by tho electorate of Bran- - ' Infinance committee to grant wnge denburg." creases. Hy a n ng ht ed on Germans to Stand Trial London reports that among tho Germans to stand trial for crimes committed in (bo war are two princes, 'an member, several former generals. Th'o following are probably included in tho list: Crown Princo Ruprecht, who ordered his men to take no prisoner?; and is responsible for the deportation of Belgian citizens. Submarino atrocities aro charged lo the nc- count of Admiral Von Capellc. Von Mackensen, Field Marshal, must answer to the charges of theft in cendiarism, executions. He is piti less. Von Buclow must answer for burning of Ardennc and shooting of 100 persons. Others are Von der Laken, responsible for murder of Kdith Cavell and Capl. Fryalt, Von Forstner and Werner U-bes. i Non-Partis- an The (rials will be held in Brussels, and London. Park an nt, de .U. S. Fleet in the Pacific Over 200 vessels of tho U. S. Fleot have been ordered lo stations in the waters of tho Pacific, via tho Panama Canal. Henceforth tho Naval forces of Iho United Slates will bo divided between Atlantic, and Paclllo stations, j Tho main haso of tho Paclllo Fleet will bo in Pugol Sound. Tho force comprises 200 ships with 2,000 officers and 33,000 men, moro than twice Iho lonnago of tho fleot that sailed around tho world in 1008. Admiral Hugh Rodman and Vice Admiral Clarence Williams aro In command. Admiral Rodman is a Kentuckian. tho menace of Iho German licet with the German eyes on South and Central America weio tho dominant reasons for not dividing tho fleot. Puget Sound affords amplo facilities for one of tho flnost Naval Stations In tho world. Here-to-foro Victory Day in England Peace was colebrated on tho 19th In every part of tho vast td doinln-(Cootinu- oa rtf rmt Pago Twe VELOCITY AND MOMENTUM By Professor LeVant Dodge 'Mils arllolo Is prepared with one definite object In view. The writer hopes Hint his loading Ihouphl will sulllrlontly elear further on. II pertains to thai great Iheme now e THE CITIZEN outcome. Wo may rest assured that the world is not to be revolutionized in n day. Human nature still remains. So long as selllshness and greed nro dominant factors In the plans of men, so long is there danger of further war, no matter how advnnced is seientllle research or how polished the outside of human culture. It will require tho grcnt educamomentum of world-wid- o tional, moral rnd christianizing effort, slowly moving through successive generation, to make this world a paradise. "Tho mills of Iho gods grind July 21, 1011). GERMAN ASSEMBLY WHICH RATIFIED TREATY CLAUDE R. PORTER engaging the ntlenlion of the world as no single subject has done for gonorntlons. Of course, we mean the proposed League of Nations. The present object is not to argue It, for or agnlnst Ibis measure. rnlhor, is desired to caution readers against a very common mistake. slow, In some movements of material Hut they grind exceeding small." prime rethings, rapidity is the quisite; as when some physical agency is made the bearer of some BRINGING IN GOD'S KINGDOM news, in a critical emergency. In (Continued rrom Page One) Christ says it is like a treasure other cases, power is what achieves results; as when lie glacier plows hid. lis way through vnt regions, cutMen who know Spiritual values ting deep furrows in the strata of will sell all that they have to posrock, marking out Hie road for sess II. For this Moses forsook the mighty rivers, and carrying count Court of Egypt and refused a caree. less tons of rocks from their for- of Princely power. For this Daniel mer home, to bq scattered over dis- refused to defile himself with delitant plains. In this case the move- cacies from the King's table. Saul ment Is so slow that the eye of the the Phariseo seeking for this King-Ido- m can scarcely delect it. sutTcrcd the loss of all tilings "Great bodies move slowly." The Hint ho might bei'omc n preacher proverb admits of a slight amend- of the Christ whom once he persement, so as to read, "Powerful cuted. bodies move slowly." It is a law It Is Like Mustard Seed Like of Physics that momentum is Leaven equal to the product of the mass It has small beginnings but V (weight) by the velocity. Thus if spreads miphtily. Beginning in an one body having two units of weight obscure manger, in a forgotten inn, moves with five units of velocity its it soon reaches out over empires. momentum is leu. If another body,, Like leaven il changes, it trans with fifty units of weight, have only forms by contact. Men who were two units of velocity, its momentum, sinners through its power become or effective force, is one hundred! men of sain'Iy lives. Selllslf men Massive fortifications are not broken become unselfish, the proud become down by any number of little bul- lovers of their fellow men. lets being hailed upon them, though National currents of thought they come never so rapidly, but by ancient, racial customs, usages, as ponderous masses of sleel being old as history, give way before hurled aginst them. Its transforming influence. Physical laws illustrate well the It is the creator of new anil worldlaws which govern and produce in- wide sentiment. tellectual and moral phenomena. It comes not with observation, Momentous events in the world's with strict watching. It is not history come from momentum rather labeled. Its seed is hidden deep in reEnthusiastic than velocity. tho heart. formers are apt to be disappointed Paul says il is not meat and drink, in the slow progress of their pet not observance of religious rites, reforms. Many a time did the ab- of baptism, of sacraments, of doiiv- -' olitionists of former years cry out religious things, and meeting eccle"How long. Oh! God., how long! siastical requirements. I was one of them. Else had the Pharisees with their When Gen. John G. Fremont, com- tithes of mint anise, and cummin, manding the Department of Mis- their scrupulous observance of souri, proclaimed the emancipation multiplied detail of slaves therein. President Lincoln Else would the monks of the midit. We were dle ago at once over-rulwith their prayers and But fastings, their penances and masses, indignant at the President. Lincoln was a wiser man than Fre- have brought the kingdom of God to mont. The times wero not yet ripe. earth. At the close of the war, wo soldiers It Comes Not With Scientific who were in the South saw a spell- Discovery ing book in the hands of many of Science witli all its discoveries, the former slaves. Visions of the its mastery of earth, the realms of black race being speedily educated Iho air, and of Ihe sea, its great adunfolded in our minds. Hut we vances into the secret of nature has still look forward rather than back- not yet brought to light tho secret ward, to witness this wonderful of happiness. Through its perverFor many decades sion' and tho misuse of knowledge, transformation. tho woes caused by intemperance it has added to the horrors of war. have been pictured in earnest and the poison gas, the submarine, convincing terms. Why was not the aerial bombing of hospitals. It the great ssue of the prohibition taught us that intelligence and sciof the liquor traffic brought to us entific discovery, Hip greatest of the a half century ago? It requires the gifts of God, through their misuse momentum .of the great mass of may add immeasurably to the sum public sentiment moving in the total of misery. Science has not same direction. This movemont brought in tho Kingdom of God. was slow. We need to remember Hut misused, brought' the world that at no moment in the history of nearer to hell. - It' Comes Not By Wealth tho giant oak could a casual observer see any growth. Wealth may procure royal banLet us make an application of quets, feasts that are supplied from this thought to tho longed for bless- - the four corners of tho earth with peace. We liavo every delicacy known to human ing of world-wid- o had disappointing delays, at every taste, yet from those banquets men turn. Tho recent war'trailed along' arise weary and sated, ready fot its bloody path for moro than four, deeds of cruelty and oppression. years. After tho armistice seven Wealth may procure palaces, and and a half dreary months elapsed build them with marble, ivory and before the signing of tho completed gold, it may gratify every sense, but treaty. How long this and the ap- wealth excludes but one evil, that pended League of Nations must is poverty. It cannot exclude diswait for tho ratification of tho vari- - ease, it cannot detain the foot-stous home governments is a matter of death, it will not comfort tho Wo do not well to mourner nor will it purchaso hapof conjecture. bo 'impatient of a free and full dis- piness. cussion of the entire document. It, Not Through Social Uplift is as much the right and duty of Tho Kingdom of God comes not our Senators to consider thoroughly through social uplift, yet invarithe details' as it was ilf our Peace ably it means the uplift of society Commissioners to do so. Do not be on every line. It will not como surprised if fho closo of tho year, by "belter housing; for from I'JIO, loaves the matter still under many a hovel Iho song of praise and discussion. And when final action joy in God has ascended heavenis taken it is best not to bo too ward. Yet tho Kingdom of God will sanguine as to results. At tho best bring better housing. il is only a league of a part of tho It will not como through sanitanations of tho world. And among tion; for from many a foul dungeon tho parlies thorn will of the inquisition, from the prisons bo rutilleation with various mental and jails of Europe have shone reservations. Hotweon certain forth Iho spirit of Christ. mombors of tho League th'cro will Education will not bring it. Witbo sharp rivalries and deep ani- ness Germany. mosities. Whether tho voluminous; But wherovcr tho Kingdom of "sorap of paper" defining the pur- God is planted there wo find the pose and obligations of alliance will conditions of humanity mado better. be sufllolontly effective, to smother Tho slave is set free, vice diminthese antipathies until they nro ishes and man comes nearer to his fully nxtingulshud, is a matter of own. conjcolure. Ho is a rash man who Its Source Is Spiritual, Not Material uijdjjrlnkos to predict with perfect It is from God but comes only confldynfle wlmf will be tho final with tho choice of men. They may 1 , , on-looed ep eriA Hill 'lL.Jkiii i. II .a .i i.w , . I . I i fA WiXX jk r MUST APOLOGIZE TO AMERICAN FLAG I ttJZ.' w ,v awxx XM 'm,! r7. i MEN READY TO ACT IF OnDERS FIRM ON ARE REJECTED AMENDS DY CARRANZA. Arret It Sought In of All OffenderCapital President Consldtrlno AcDaniel Orders tion By Conore Complete Report of Roubery. tJnlon New Wtrn NwiprThe .Mexican Hervlce. In reply to npreseiitn-lion- s made by the I'nlted Stale In connection with the murder of John W. Correll, an American wife, ami tho attack on his near THinplcn recently, has stilted . that It would "limit no efforts In the prosecution and punishment of persons repolisllilo for it crime so odious." Nothing short of mi Washington. apology from the Cnrninrit Government, together with evidence showing Unit the band of Mnxlcnn ilespunidoe ho insulted Ihe American Hag and held up and robbed a number of American Nillors, lime been punished will be acceptable to the United Slates. This was said to be Ihe nttltud.' of the State Pepnrtinent usolllclals awaited further Information of the nlTronr, .. which took plnre July 0, near Tmnpl-c.clt-He- n. Washington. , I l.tllilt It I tillir nf lellterville lown, assistant attorney general "f the I'nltnl States, has been appointed chief counsel of I lie Federal Trade commission to succeed John Walsh, reMgneil. Mr. Porter represented the do-- . pnrtineiit of Justice ns special assist-nn- t nttorney general In charge of the government prosecution of the I. W. V. leaders hi Ohlcngo. -' WILL This photoKnqih shows thu German national assembly which recently th treaty of pence. Note the women meiiihers of the nsscmhly. PROBE PACKERS Cam- Senator Kcnyon Charges paign Against His Mexico. have it who will liavo it. When men learn tho cost of not having the Kingdom of God, when they become weary of spending millions in the repression of vice and crime, when the world is weary of pouring out its substance its very in wars, when the choice of man for the Kingdom of God becomes universal then will His Kingdom be set up on earth. In How was slavery abolished England, the United States? Through years of unceasing ef life-blood fort prompted by the enlightened Bill. i Christian conscience. How was duelling brought to an' lew 6y aiaatna. Intamta and end? Other Are Delng Asked to Oppose How have we gained prohibition?! Measure to Regulate Meat How will wars be brought to anj Industry. end? by! Washington, July 'Jl. Pint ehnrges Through centuries of cITorl, tlmt the grcnt parking Interests of the enlightened public sentiment. We May Not Expect the Kingdom of country nre conducting ti widespread propaganda against Hie Kcnyon hill, God to be Thrust Upon Us which would their It comes not by compulsion, but were made by regulate, Kcnyon Induttry. of Iowa, Senator by choice. relations In the past yenr, who sponsors the measure. Senator Inspired by Heaven, il is made on Kcnyon said todny that an Investiga- the .State Itcpartment Is hoping that thu matter already has been adjusted tion will lie made. "Ijirgo parking Interests have sent hy the American naval olllcers now In every stockholder n letter urging to Mexican waters. If the otllcer.s have demanded an apology, and one has 'get after your congressman and w sen-ator- ,' CarniiiMi Is supposed to be In complete control, mid because of this coul ml neither American nor sailors nre permitted to carry side arms. Neither the Slate IVpart-incnor the Niny Department hail uny additional report on the slluullon. II mil' Is rccchcil It will be ilsNitched InimiHllHlely to the President who Is down the Potomac Hlver mi the Muy-lloer. HecHiise it Is admitted In olllclul quarter that the Incident represents tjie iait gree fenturu of Mexican-America- n This Is territory whem sot-dle- rs ut Delicate Mechanism Despite its scope Swift & Company 'is a business of infinite details, requiring infinite attention.- Experienced men must know livestock buying with a knowledge of weight, price, the amount and quality of meat the live animals will yield. Each manufacturing operation must be done with expert skill and scientific precision. A highly perishable product must be handled with speed and care to avoid loss. Chemists, engineers, accountants, and other specialists are required to take care of our intricate problems. Alert wisdom and judgment must be used in getting stocks of goods into the open channels of demand through our four hundred branch houses. show activity and energy to sell at the market in the face .of acute competition from other large packers, and hundreds of small ones. All these requirements of intelligence, loyalty, devotion to the task, are met in the personnel of Swift & Company. Yet the profit is only a fraction of a cent per pound with costs at minimum. Branch house organizations must Forest Fires Spreading Ilolse, Malm. Porest arms (n tho eastern section of the Tliumhtr Mountain region of Southern Idaho nre a eiiiildron of smoke, iiud there Is no way to esiinwte how many new tires ire eating Into the timber of that legion. IjMikoiits MHtloned In the Sawtooth National Porest, oxcrlookltig the RAYNHAM ABANDONS FLIGHT burning timber, reMirtcd to Pedenil forest and land olllriuls Hint the suioku Unlucky British Aviator Ordered to may be screening many large II res. Scouts Imve been sent from Hnlley Return From St. John'i to and ('hallls to Investigate thu extent England. f the lire In the valleys. St. John's. N. P.. July 21. dipt. Prederlrk Itaynhnm, the Ilrltlsh avia- ftace Riots Are Renewed at Capital. Washington, 1. ('. Iwplt action tor whoso Martinsyde biplane was twice In two months past nf tb entire police force of the Disj wrecked in trying to start a transatlantic (light. trict of Columbia, together with tho 'has received orders to abandon further Hwilstauri' of a provost gourd, tberu wure mob attacks on negroes. itteiiuits mill to return to Kiixliind. They were the result of attacks on white women by negroes within tl'o earth. This prayer wo nnisl nnswor as la t two weeks. Huge crowds of men lire searching for negroes, and a trim-he- r the agent of God. The great gift of tho primitive takenof tothe latter nlrouily have been heqHials suffering from church "was not an ocrlesmstiral received at the hands of Insystem, not scientific discovery or furiated white cltltcns. e " said Kenyan. "I Intend to find out Just what amount of money Is being spent In opHsltloii to this Mil. "The people of the country are paying for thin propaganda with every In tub chop they buy." Not only are the stockholder belli s Hooded with propaganda. Senator Ken-yoasserted, but even the banking Interests and Industries closely allied to the, packers are being enlisted agnlnsf the men sure. The result has been that hundreds of letters and telegrams, ninny of them of n "set form" nre wmrlng In on r members of congress, according to Kenyon. "I am certain that when the Investigation Is made, n lobby will be revealed." snld Kenyon. "It Is even proh-ablof congress that an will appear an working In the Interest of the parkers. "Congress will see the biggest fight on this measure since the days of the old tariff lights. And It won't be drawn fin party lines." n Sen-ato- hecu given by Ihe ('urriiUM authorities at Taiaplco, the Incident probably Ohm addiwould be clcd In MirL tional provision, however, would be iieccary. It would be the cap! nro and punishment of the bandits who committed the Insult anil robbery. The next step of thu department therefore, will depend on the report Kinney, who Is In of Commander charge of thu United Stutes steiuuhlp Topckn and Is ranking olllevr In Tutu-pIc- o waters. It wn he who sent the llrst resirt telling of the Insult aitd robbery which was perpetrated on thu crew of u small motor sailing launch of the United States steamer Cheyenne, an American monitor. sen How can the workings of this delicate human mechanism be improved upon? Do you believe that Government direction would add to our efficiency or improve the service rendered the producer and consumer? i j philosophical research. Ilul a spiritual force thai gave moral power to men in a degree hitherto unknown, and hrought t new joy and delight In tho now con- cepliou and realization of God, through the ruvalatious of the Gos- Twelve Lost In Storm. Wheeling, W. Vu. Twulve I hen were lust lu tho storm which swept over Ibislorn Ohio. The storm was most M'vure In n mining settlement in the Wugee Creek Valley, o few miles south of this city. Plvu bodies, all pel. children, hae been recovered. Crops Matlhew Arnold: "II is this tha hao been destroyed, railroad and made tho fortune of Christianity; trolley lines have been washed out, its gladness not its sorrow; not its and scons of pursotiN aru homeless. Iho spiritual world lo The damage. It Is estimated, will exasslKiiInu Christ and the material world to tho ceed $l,ooo,ooo. Flee From Flood. With thu Kokoslng river still rising, residents on tho West Sldu of this city arc leaving their liouius to cek shelter out of the danger ione. King county farmers sustained thousand of dollars' worth of damage when wheat was washed away by the rher overllowlug lis hanks ami many farmers north and east of here liae lust Ihe stock. Mt. Vernon, O. Let us send you a Swift "Dollar". It will interest you. Address Swift & Company, Chicago, 111. Union Stock Yards, j I Swift & Company, U. S. A. IHIS SHOWS WHAT BECOMES Of THE AVERAGE DOLLAR RECEIVED BY f I , yJ2MT7 ev oil SWIFT & COMPANY' 'ROM IMl 5411 OF "11 ANOITCAODOCIt I CIHI 1.04 II. M UVI ANIMAL CI NTS fOB II MID fOff THE IASO rtnm iimmii andIIMAINI CINTt WIIH .swin&coMrAHr At MOW devil, hut its drawing from tho spiritual world a Joy so alnmdant that il ran over upon the material world and transformed It." This joy was in a person, in Christ dwelling in tho heart. Tho business of tho church today is not to promulgate tho opinions, Iho usages of tho eiirly church. Hut to propagalo tho powor, to Inspire tho joy thai was thoirs or Christ. Iboir Lord, Tho lovo for Illm that burned and llanied In Iboir hearts mado life a joy and a delight. It mado the prison cell as a palaco and enabled tho martyrs to meet Iboir fato re joicing. Then will como tho King, ilom of God whim tho lovo of God is spread abroad in tho universal heart of man. Then will humanlly, working, with God, demand and work out a King-doot God. so m Resident To Eliminate Middleman. Dayton, ()- .- Ullinlnatlng the inlddla-ma- n and thus, obtaining greater direct return for their grain, farmers of Preble and Darkw counties proposo Iho organization of a grain eluvalor usMiehithni. They propoRo to purchase and operate elevutors lu nil railroad tonus lu thu two counties. An association of that kind bus Just bven formed In Monroo tuwnshlp, Preble county. Por the purpose of effecting the organization u Idg meeting of fanners will bo held In Kul on. July Z, 1019. THE CtTTZHN trt Pago ThrM. UuW PAYS TAXhS to 11 ! BIG 1). For First Time In His Life Former S. FLEET PLAN TO SALVAGE SUNKEN CARGOES American Ingenuity Makes Practicable Reclamation of In- - " Emperor Contributes Public Funds. OFF TO PACIFIC Dreadnaughts, Cruisers and Leave Virginia Harbor for West Coast. WILL GO GREEN FANCY & 'Vv GEORGE 3MR. MCUICHEON -- 1 via stumor or tin. HOLLOW OF HER HAND ""THE . A PRINCE, OF CRAUSTARrC," ETC S V, jiwuaiKr.' '' ' 8YNOP3I8. . K. Harns. CIIAPTntt walking; trip New Yorkrr. on tlirouiin New i:iiRliiml, Is cmmht In a stnrrn miles mm lila destination. At a rroairnmla point lie mteta a slrl In tn Mine plight While they rtlaruas th situation nn automobile, s'nt to meet th K'rl. fcfrlvm iinil llnrne In Klven a lift to Hart's tavern, while the Klrl la taken on to her ilmtlnatlnn. which abe, tell llurnes In a place railed Oreen Taney. CHATTKTl II At the tnvern Rirnea falls In with a atritndi-- troupe of artnra, headed liy Lyndon Hiiaheroft, nnd incomes Interested In tlirm. the atorm irrows. CHAPTrit Ilt-- As llnrnea flnila III naelf worrying over the aa'ety of the Klrl, trnvellnic over the mountain twin at what ha considers Mo lenrns tnnt Oreen peed. Funey la anmethlnir of n houae of Two mounted men leave the tavern In a manner which arousea llarnea' mya-tercurl-oalt- meeta "Mlaa CHAI'TKU IV-- Ue leading lndy of the atrnmteil that-tletroupe, who la artlnir ns chambermaid. That nlKht hi- la nrnuaed hy the brlnglne of a dylna; man to the tavern, one of the two who hnd ridden away a eliort time before. They tell of finding the of the other man. Iloth had dead Wtn ahot. CHATTRIl V Ttie wounded man. recta, tered at the tavern na Andrew I'nul, dlea, nnu Harms la Informed he muat not leave until After the In'iueat. O'Dowd and De Fotn. Kjrata at (Irren rnnry. vlalt the tavern, apparently much myatlried over the affair. ThacV-eray," nl - CHAPTER VI. Charity Begins Far From Home, and a Stroll In the Wlldwood Follows. Mr. Itushcroft wits furious when lie arose nt eleven o'clock on llio morning niter the double murder, having slept like 11 top through till of the routine tlmi. He boomed nil over tho place, voml costlgatlons fulling right ntiil left on tlx utility iinil the Innocent without dlstlnrtlon. "I tlon't see how you managed to sleep through It," Hn rues liroko In. "You must, have nn utitiMinlly elonr conselence, Mr. Itushcroft." "I haven't uny rotisclenee nt nil, fir," ronred the star. "I hml tin umtxuntly full stomach, Hint's what was tho mnt-Xtwith iik. I Inke oath now, air, never to ent again us lone ns I llvp. A man who cannot govern his beastly appetite ought to defy It, If nothliiK T else." "I gnther from tlint remark that you omitted brenkfast thin morning." "Hrenkfnst, sir? In God's name, I Implore you not to refer to anything mi disgusting us stewed prunes and bacon ut a time like this. My tnlud In" "Mow about Join me at luncheon? " Will you twelve-thirty?- 'That's quite another matter," snld Mr. Itushcroft readily. "Luncheon Is nn esthetic tribute to the physical telllgence of man. If you know what I shall he delighted to Join you. did you sny?" "It would give me great pleasure If your daughter would also grnre the festal hoard. I think It Is too had that she has to go ahout In the gown she wears, Mr. Itushcroft," snld Humes. "Shes much too splendid for that. I have n proposition I'd like to mnke to you later on. I cannot make It, how. ever, without consulting Miss Thackeray's feelings." "My dear fellow 1" beamed Hush-crofselling the other's hand. "One frequently reads In hooks nhout It coming like this, at first sight, hut, damme, I never dreamed that It ever really happened. Count on me I She ought to leave the stage, the dear child. No more fitted to It than an Kaster Illy. Her place Is In tho home, menu. I Twelve-thirty- , t, Inrd, I nm not thinking And llarnes, nghast. stopped before blurting out the words that leaped to his lips. "I mean to say this Is a thnt, may nlsn affect your excellent comimnlons, Huron and Dllllng-foras well ns yourself." sharp Harnes eame At twelve-thirtdown from his room freshly shaved nnd briihcd. to find not only Sir. Hush-cromid Miss Thackeray nwnltlng him In tho office, but tho Messrs. 1)11. y the" "Oood of" prop-osltlo- n ft Ilngford nnd Huron ns well. "I took the liberty, old fellow," said Itushcroft, addressing Karnes, "of usk-Into Join us my excellent g our repnst." "Delighted to have you with us, gentlemen," snld Harnes affnbly. The sole topic of conversation for tho first half hour wns tho mysterious slaying of thtlr fellow lodgers. Mr. Itushcroft complained bitterly of the uctlon of the outrageous, coroner nnd sheriff In Imposing upon him untl his company the saino restrictions that bad been applied to They were not to leavo tb Harnes. county until the authorities gave the word. Ono would huve thought, to bear the star's Indlguunt lamentations, that he and his party were In a position to depart when they pleased. It would have been difficult to Imagine that he was not actually rolling In money Instead of being absolutely penniless. In high-hunde- Harnes bnd been Immersed In his own thoughts for some time. A slight frown, ns of reflection, darkened his eyes. Suddenly perhaps Impolitely ho Interrupted Mr. Hushcroft's flow of eloquence. "Have you nny objection, Mr. Hush-crofto n more or less personal question concerning your own private or misfortunes?" he asked, leaning for- Rushcroft Took the Whole Affair With ward. the Most Noteworthy Complacency. For n moment one could hnvc heard a pin drop. Mr. Itushcroft evidently to stny. 1'e.rhiips you will allow mo held his breath. There could bo no to talk It over with you n little later mlstnke nhout that. on. You will he Interested, I'm sure. "It's rather delicate, but would you F.gnd, sir, I'll rend the play to you. mind telling me Just bow much ou Hnvc your ho, landlord. were stuck up for by the er wns It best automobile sent around to tho a writ of nttnehtnent?" door ns quickly ns possible. A couple "It wns." Bald the star. "A writ of my men ure going to Hornvlllo to of Inquisition, you might as well sub- fetch hither stitute. Tho act of a polluted, Impe"Just n minute," Interrupted cunious, parsimonious what shall I Jones, wholly unimpressed. "A say? Well, I will ho as simple us mnn Just cnlled you up on the phone, dolhotel keeper. Ninety-seveI told him you was lars and forty cents. For thnt pitiful Mr. Humes. royalty nt lunrb nnd amount ho subjected mo So he nsked "Well, that Isn't so bnd," said couldn't he disturbed. you cull him up ns soon Harnes, vastly relieved. He was cov- mo to hnve ns you revived. Ills words, not mine. ertly watching Miss Thnckerny's Fancy. fare us ho ventured upon tho Cnll tip Mr. O'Dowd nt Green proposition he had decided to put be- Hero's the number." The mellow voire of the Irlshmnn fore them. "I nm prepared nnd willing to advance tills amount. Mr. Itush- soon responded to Hnrncs' cnll. croft, nnd to take your personal note "I rnlled you up to relieve your ns eeeurlty." mind regnrdlng the young woman who Kuahrroft leaned buck In his chalt enme Inst night," he suld. "You obShe's quite nnd stuck his thumbs In tho nrmholcs serve that I say 'came.' of his vest. He dlsplnyfd no undue all right, safe and sound, and no cause elation. Instend he ufected profound for uneasiness. I thought you meant calculations. Ills daughter shot n thnt she wns coming hero ns n guest, swift, searching look at the would-bnnd so I mnde the very nnturnl mlsSamaritan. There was n heightened tnke of saving she hadn't come nt rill, color In her cheeks. nt nil. The young woman In question "Moreover, I shall be happy to In- Is Mrs. Vun Dyke's mnld. Rut, bless crease the amount of the loan suff- mo soul, how wns I to know she wns iciently to cover your return ut once even In existence, much less expected to New York, If you so desire by by train or motor or Shanks' mare? train." Harnes smiled ns ho added the Well, she's here, so there's the end of last two words. our mystery." "Kxtremely kind of you, my dent Ho Harnes was slow In replying. Harnes." said the nctor, running hit wns doubting bis own ears. It wns not lingers through his hair. "Tour faith conceivable thut an ordinary or even In me Is most gratifying. I I really an extraordinary lady's maid could don't know whnt to say to you, sir." have possessed the exquisite voire nnd "May I Inquire Just how you ex- milliner of his chance acquaintance of pect to profit by this transaction, Mr. the day before, or the temerity to Harnes?" Miss Thackeray asked order that chauffeur about steadily. as If The chauffeur! He started, catching her meaning. "Hut I thought you snld that Mr. "My denr Miss Thackeray," he ex- Curtis' chauffeur was moon-faceclaimed, "this transaction Is solely between your father and me. I shall "He Is. hedad," broke In Mr. hnve no other elnlm to press." deO'Dowd, "I wish I could believe thnt," she ceived mechuckling. "That's what entirely, and no wonder. It suld. wnsn't Peter at all, but the rapscallion "You may believe It," ho assured washer who went after her. Ho was her. Instructed to tell Heter to meet the "It Isn't the ustinl eonrse," she snld four o'elock train, nnd the blockhead quietly, nnd her fnce brightened. "You forgot to give the order. Hedad, what are not like most men, Mr. Harnes." does he do but snenk out after her "My dear child." said Itushcroft, himself, scared out of his boots for "you must leave this matter to our fear of what he was to get from Peter. friend nnd mo. I fancy I know tin I had the whole story from Mrs. Vun honest mnn when I see him. My denr Dyke." fellow, fortune Is but temporarily "Well, I'm tremendously relieved," frowning upon me. In a few weeks sold Harnes slowly. I shall be on my feet again, zipping "And so nm I," said O'Dowd with nlong on the ercfjt of the wave. I dare say I ran return tho money to you In ronvlctlon. "I havo seen the heroine of our busted romance. She's a a month or six weeks. girl. I'm not surprised that "Oh, father I" cried Miss Thackeray. kept her veil down. If you were "We'll mojie It six months, nnd I'll she pay any rale of Interest you desire. to leavo It to me, though, I'd say Six per cent, eight per cent, ten per " that It's n sin to carry discretion so "Six per rent, sir, and we will make far as all that. You see what I mean, don't you?" Ills rich laugh came over It u year from date." "Agreed. Get up and dance for us, the wire. "Perfectly. Thank you for lettlug Dlllyl We shall bo In New Tork tomorrow I" Good-by.- " "You forget the dictatorial sheriff, me know. My mind Is nt rest. As he hung up the receiver he Mr. Itushcroft," snld I tarn ex. 'The varlet I" barked Mr. Itushcroft. snld to himself, "You are n most afIt was arranged that Dllllngford and fable, convincing chap, Mr. O'Dowd, lliiciin vere to go to Horuvllle In n hut I don't believe a word you sny. hired motor that afternoon, secure the Thnt woman Is no lady's maid, and Judgment, pay the costs, anil attend you've known nil tho time thut she wns there." to the removal of tho personal belongAt four o'rlork he set out nlone for ings of the stranded quartette from the hotel to Hart's Tavern. The a trump tip tho mountain roud In which the two men bud been shot younger actors stoutly refused to Ills mind wns quite clenr. Humes' offer to pay their board down. while at the Tavern. Thnt, they de- it (Kin and Paul were not ordinary robclared, would be charity, and they pre- bers. They wen', no doubt, honest ferred his friendship nnd Ids respect men. He would hnve snld thnt they to anything of that sort. Miss Thack- wero thieves bent on burglarizing eray, however, was to bo Immediately Green Funey were It not for tho disrelieved of her position ns chamber- closures of Miss Thackeray nnd the maid. She was to become a paying very convincing proof thut tbey were guest. not shot by the same man. It wus not beyond reason Indeed, Itushcroft took the wbole affair with the most noteworthy complacency. Ho It was quite probable that they were seemed to regard It ns bis due, or trying to cross the border; In that event their real operations would he more properly speaking ns If ho were confined to the Canadian side of the doing llarnes a great fuvor In allowing line. Ho could not free himself of the him to lend money to u person of bis suspicion that Green Funey possessed Importance. the key to tho situation. Itoon uud his "A thought has Just romo to mo, companion could not huvo hud the my dear fellow," be remarked ns they slightest Interest In his movements up arose from table. "With the proper to the Instant he encountered the ono kind of bucking I rould put over young woman nt the crossroads. His of the most stupendous things the the- busy brain suddenly suffered the shock ater has known In fifty years. I don't of a distinct conclusion. Was she a mind saying to you although It's fellow conspirator? Was she the Inrather sub roan that I havo written u side worker at Green Fancy In u well-lai- d druma that will pack play u four-ar- t plan to rifle the pluco? tho biggest bouse on Hroudway to the Could It be possible that she was we'd euro roof for as many months as t, Amerongen. The former German emperor for the first time In his life hns the municipality of Amerongen having levied the ordinary taxation after examining nnd estimating William Hohcngnllern's fortune.' For the first three months of this 0 year the sum levied amount to (A guilder guilder. normally amounts to nhout W cents.) This sum. however, wns merely for locnl taxation. An Income tax will be levied separately hy the government. Tho former emperor wns relieved from pnyment for the first period of his sojourn, ns Hint fe.ll within the previous yenr. All foreigners who three months In the country nre llohle for the payment of taxes, the snme as natives of Holland. paid-taxe12.-00n valuable Supplies. BE GREAT INDUSTRY THROUGH CANAL WILL War Vessels to Visit San Diego, San Pedro, San Francisco and Hawaii and Then Reassemble Puget Sound. In One of Greatest Coal Fields In World Lies Off Atlantic Coast To Be Drought Up by Subma- rlne Salvaging. Iloston. Ono of the greatest coal fields in the world lies off the Atlantic mnst from Norfolk, Vn., to Iloston. It Is mnilo up of enrgnos of sunken ships which Ho on the floor of the orenn, and soon will he brought to the surface by means of a great nfter-wn- r Industry, known ns the submarine salvaging of sunken enrgoes, which will be the menus of rcclnlin-la- g millions of tons of coal, scrap Iron and other raw products long since abandoned as lost. The United States Is tnklng the lend of nil nations In fostering this great Industry which grew out of the war, when the elllclency of tho suhmnrlno ns a monster of frlghtfulness wns demonstrated. Pence will nllow tho submarine to conic Into Its own ns a grent reclamation agency. In Iong Islnnd sound there He a million tons of coal, of which. It its estimated by salvaging experts, at least 25 per cent Is reclnimuhle nt a cost of about 25 cents per ton. Iteclnlmed coal sells nt the market price, of $10 or $12 a ton. Hy means of the snlvnglng submarine It Is possible to cover 20 square miles of ocenn bottom n dny In senrch-In- g for sunken hulks. Once n wreck Is locnted It will he n simple matter, now thnt tho snlvaglng submarine Is os perfect ns the torpedoing submarine, to reclaim 300 tons nn hour, nnif to locate hnlf a dozen ships In us ' ninny hours. Coal All Along Coast. Along the sound from Bridgeport to Norfolk, Conn., 10,000. tons of conl worn sunk Inst yenr nlone. Similar coal wealth nwnlts n finder all nlong tho const, for, according to marine rulings, "findings Is keepings," nnd the flnil- -r of the sunken enrgo Is the owner. The reclaiming of wenlth given up for Inst when the bont which carried It sank Is to ho one of tho most fertile fields of production of the reconstruction period. The perfection of tho snlvnglng submarine mnkes possible nnd practical nn enterprise that wns beyond the scope of the. most daring nnd doughty divers who sought to find sunken cargoes. This Is Illustrated by n comparison divers of the work of the with the mechanical work of the salvaging submarine. A diver named Hooper held the record fos Immersion when he went down 180 feet In ljgj, to reclaim the gold which sank In the Alphonso XII off the Canary Islands. Hooper made 13 different trips to So the wreck In ns many months. arduous nnd fatiguing wns the descent thnt he wns nble to reinnln only 15 minutes each time before he slgnnled for the return Journey. It took him four hours to make the descent, of the necessity of accustoming his body by degrees to the Incrensed pressure. The Inst time he went down he beenme paralyzed and was obliged to come up leaving $150,000 In gold behind him which still awaits a finder. In nil he brought up $350,000. Todny the snlvnglng submarine goes down nt the rate of a foot a second, and the diver enn remain a month In It If be desires, working nn eight-hou- r day or however long bis day mny bo. The materials salvaged are pumped to the surface by means pipe, which wilt bring up of n 300 tons of coal or scrap Iron In nn hour, and place It on the deck of a An enrgo carrying steamer nearby. entire cargo Is thus salvaged In a few hours, and the work of locating and salvaging auother wreck Immediately old-tim- e h TWO CLAIM $1,500 DIAMOND Owner of Land Where the Gem Was Found Contests Right of Finder. Norrlstown. threatened over Is Mtlgntlnn Pn. n $I,r00 diamond ring niVhnt my" Hut-nn- found hy John Plfer of Norrlstown on nn automobile trip. Plfer took the ring to n Norrlstown Jeweler to hnve the stone reset, nnd now the Jeweler refuses to give It to the finder bemuse tho mnn on whose fnrm the ring wns found claims It. "I found the ring," Plfer says, "on a I farm 12 miles from Norrlstown. hnvc engaged n Inwyet and will bring suit to recover the diamond. The mnn who owns the farm claims the ring because It wns found on his property." Fortress Monroe, Vn., July 21. When the new Pacific fleet stnrted out of Newport News nt 8:110 n. in. n new history. epoch opened In American Few ninld the hustle of depnrture, tho hurried good-hys- , the waving of handkerchiefs, may have realized that another leaf In the nation's development wns unfolding. From the time thnt Amerlcn wns born, n fleet bus been In tho Atlantic' to protect her from danger In the east. Now she will have ono equally strong, between the two, to protect her from storm clouds wnftcd enstward. Just 70 years ago the hardy lured by the yellow metnl which mnkes nnd breaks nations, crossed the continent nnd California wns ndded to Now through the Isththe republic. mus of Pnnnmn, tho new fleet, more battleships than our nntlon drenmed of owning only n few years ago, Is going to string u flontlng rnmpnrt of steel to prntert the Parlflr. (V)-iforty-nlner- jm)s-slh- n FORTUNE NO BAR TO WORK $500,000 Con-tln- to" Milwaukee Man Inherited From Father, but Will 'Dally Labor. Destroyers Start First. of torpedo bont destroyers, birdlike In comparison with the ponderous drendnnughts. were the first to get under way. At almost the snmo A flock half-averte- e Milwaukee. rAfter tarring roofs for ten years, Frank Daily, of Milwaukee, hns Inherited $.V)0,O)0 from tils fntlur, Hobert Dady, n millionaire, but he Is going to continue decorating tho tops of bouses Just the snme. "My wife nnd I nre hnppy In our present mode of living," he snld, "so whychnnge?" Dady qunrreled with his fnther ten years ngo, went to Milwaukee, married, nnd beenme n roofer nt 53 a day. The Inheritance came to him ns a complete surprise. New Mexico, time" tho drendnnughf with the fleet commander's flag flying from one of Irs spider masts, stnrted Into sluggish motion. predrend-nnugbt- s drendnnughts, and cruisers fell In behind the big oil burners, carrying Admiral Itodmnn nnd his stnff In addition to Its regtilnr ship complement of 015. Though the fleet will eventually mini-he- r 175 ships, not nil are on the cruise. Of Its seven drendnnughts, the first under American colors to reach the Pacific, the Tennessee, Is being overhauled. Several other fine drendnnughts, cruisers, destroyers, submarines nnd miscellaneous tenders, which will eventunlly be part of the fleet, Other Potatoes Without Vines Are Grown by Girl KuUtown, Pn. I.lzile, daughter of Jefferson Hoch, discovered In their potato patch thnt a num-ne- r of seed potatoes failed to any vines on top of the soil. She wns surprised to find the seed potatoes In every bill had new elustered nround potntoes, thnt the entire vitality of the seed potato was transferred to the new ones, and that there was no vine growth above the surface of the potato hills. The mother potato was still In the bill, but had given up Its to tho young potatoes, which were already so well matured that they could be used for a meal. good-sizesub-stnn- pro-du- re sour-face- d d and" ' also will Join Inter. Due at Colon July 25. Colon on the Atlantic side of tho Pnnnmn cnnnl will be reached July 25. Hulhon on the Pnclflc side will be left behind, nnd the fleet will stnrt north-wnrJuly 30. No stops to edify the Central Amerlcnn republics or Mexlro nre scheduled, nor will there he nny maneuvering, saving coal and breaking In the compnrntlvcly now crews. Snn Diego Is to be renched August 0, Secretnry of the Nnvy Daniels tnken nbonrd and nnchor weighed the following dny. From August 11 to 18 the fleet will bo In Snn Pedro hnrbor, off Los Angeles. The ships will be open for Inspection by the public there nnd while Ir lies off Snn Francisco from August 20 to 24. After thnt it will be divided, the portion carrying Secretnry Dnnlels going to the Hnwallnn Islnnds, lying In Honolulu hnrbor from August 31 to September 0 nnd off Hllo, September 7 d If" good-lookin- g agents "who lurked with sinister patience outside the very gates of the plnro railed Green Fnney? His nimble curried him fur beyond the spot where Itoon's body wns found nnd where young Conley hnd rome upon the tethered horses. His enger, rurlous gnze swept the forest to the left of tho rond In senreh of Green Fnnry. Overrotne by n rush, daring Impulse, he climbed over the stnko li nil rider fence nnd sauntered among the big ttves which so fur hnd obscured the house from view. The trees grow very thickly on the slope, nnd they were unusually large. He progressed deeper Into the wood. At the end of whnt must hnve boen n mllo he halted. There wns no sign of hnbl-tatlo- to 0. The visit to the lntter Islnnd Is to permit n trip to our nntlon's best performing nctlve volenno. Reassembles In Puget Sound. The entire fleet will reassemble In Puget Sound September 17, the ofllclnl visitors will lenve. nnd It will get down to business. Nobody nbonrd sees nny Immediate fighting In sight, but It Is rendy. The Asiatic fleet will not be merged with the new nnd larger fleet. It will still have the Philippines In Its nren, though Hnwnll will be under the eye of tho new fleet. One purpose of the stupendous milso Is to show the utility of the rnnnl, our nntlon's engineering monument. Another Is to prove tho of our western shlpynrds for maintaining nnd supplying n fleet of such size, nn object lesson for certnta of our congressmen. nde-qunr- y, nc-ce- pt no Indication thnt mnn bud ever penetrated so fur Into the forest. As he wus on tho point of retracing his steps toward the rond his gnze fell upon a huge rock less than n hundred yards away. Ho stured, und gradually It begun to tnko on nngles und planes nnd recesses of the most astounding symmetry. Under his widening gnze It wns transformed Into n substantial object of cubes nnd guides und yes, windows. Ho wns looking jipon the strange home of tho even stranger Mr. CurtisGreen Funey. Now ho understood why It wns cnlled Green Fancy. Its surroundings wrro no greener than Itself; It seemed to melt Into tho foliage, to become a part of the natural landscape. Mountain Ivy literally enveloped It. Exposed sections of the house were painted green; the doors were green; the leafy porches und their columns, the chimney pots, tho window bunging all were the color of the unrhanglng forest. And It was a place of huge dimensions, low uud long and rumbling. "Gnd," he said to, himself, "what manner of crank Is he who would bury himself like this? Of all the crazy Ideus I ever" Ills reflections ended there. A woman crossed his vision ; u woman strolling slowly toward him through the avenues of (he, wlldwood. mos-covere- d undertaken. Works Many Economies. In the matter of economy of time nnd money, tho saving of tho strength of the divers and In locating with dexterity the whereabouts of sunken enrgoes, the salvnglng submarine commethod of pares with the picking up materials from tho ocean's bed us does a high power motorcar shay. with n Coal Is decidedly Improved by a repose of ninny years under sea, for mnrino salts enter Its porous exterior and Increnso Its power of combustion for both domestic und Industrial uses. Pig Iron bus been salvnged after a stny of 100 years In the farthest depths. Itnlls nre brought up In good Copper bars, brass condition nlso. nnd nil sorts of machinery are recovered In good condition, for although every metal bus a different life, the sediment In tho water forms n roatlnx over the materials and preserves them. If eopper and steel nre near each other In a rargo, the copper will eat the steel and destroy It, so stronr Is the electrolytic action. The srrup Iron reclaimed In '' way Is sorted out, sonio going to Ing mills, others to brass foi1" und all filling the world's ca"nt,Jr , a Increasing demand for Iron. Kngllsh channel reposes a l qu.aln" J"8 tlty of Iron and steel, many ships which weriDK aurln tht war, old-tlm- o one-hors- e SUNDRY CIVIL BILL SIGNED Measure Carrying $14,000,000 to Aid Disabled Soldiers Approved by President. Wnshlngton. July 21. Tho $013,000.-00- 0 sundry civil upproprlntlon bill, revised by eongress to meet his objections, wns signed by President Wilson. for Tho new bill cnrrles the rehabilitation nnd edueatlon of disnbled servleo men, ns ngnlnst In tho mensuro vetoed by the president a week ago. Inrluded In tho bill ure npproprlntlons for various government departments, some of which huve been technically without funds since beginning of fiscal yenr, July 1. the confederate of thesa nalnstaktng (Coatlkued next week.) Pomeranian Strike Declared Off. Copenhagen, July 21. Tho stnte of siege In Pomerunlu bus foen raised, according to advices received here from Stettin. The counterstrlke of rltlzens In ' Stettin has ended, and labor lenders hnve proelalmed nn Immediate ressutlon of the general strike and have repudiated the Idea of a breach of contract between employers and workers. o' Pago Four THE CITIZEN July 24, 1010. Berea College Hospital Bol Equipment ml Service nt Lowest Beginning this week Mill be one for Men .ml for Women. Private Rooms Hath., hlectrlc Service. of ihc Cot. Wartl 4 Surgery, Care in Child birth, Eye, Note and Ear Come in nml GENERAL PRACTICE Ml an etabllhment, which l Big Sale Weeks on . frlen.l In neeo", nnd In reach of all the people. "roiirrt llAKt-A- II. Cowlky, M.I)., I'liy'lclan Dudlcy.-M.I).- , I'hyMcliin Mrs. Anna 1'owkli. Mr. IIklkn Stiarn IIackrtt, R.N., Superintendent Sharpr, R.N., AMlstant Dresses, Waists, Skirts CHANGE IN RATES private lleclnnlnc March I, the rale for hoard and room of patients patient will he f s to fi8 per week. The rate for $l per tiny. cared for In the ward will remain the same lj Order of Prudential Committee, Ilerea College and Hats Special Reduction on Everything. Getting ready ' for one of the biggest fall lines ever in Berea. A$aooo.w m .K1111H LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF UEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A JrUBR'BMBt 1,800,000,000 Dollars in Gold hundred million dollars in gold ia held by the Banks ns the reserve of the banks whicli the members of the Federal Reserve System. are This bank, as n member of the system, shares in the protection afforded by this great reserve. As our customer you also share in this benefit. Mrs. Eva Walden vis-ito- Best Blacksmithing Scientific liorso shoeing, fine Iron work and repairs of all descriptions at the College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Cjtizon ad Office. Logsdon, Dentists Baker Ofllcc Hours from 8 to 5. & L. & N. TIME TABLE Northbound Train Train Train Train Train Train V. No. 31 No. 38.-1- 2:50 No. 32 No. 31 No. 33 No. 37 Kidd, 3:38 a. m. o. m. 5:31 p. m. 12:16 a. m. 12:25 p. m. 1:10 p. m. Southbuond of Herca, lias sold W. Berea Telephone Co. to former owner, J. W. Creech, of Ilichmond. Miss Kathcrine Baugh is expected to he in Berea, Saturday, to attend Jess Klnnard is homo this week Leonard Breashear, caslicr of the r Hazard Bank, at Hazard, was a In town Tuesday. Mrs. Martha Early was called to Gadsden, Ala, last Saturday ,ly Uio serious illness of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Holder. A telegram has been received from Mrs. Early slating that Edith is much belter. Misses Bettic and Minna Herndon left Tuesday afternoon for an extended visit with relatives at Denver, Colo. They expect to visit several places of interest before returning to Berea. Mrs. John G. Harrison and daugh ter, Miss Elizabeth, arc visiting How ard Harrison and family at Stanton. McKinley Coyle has accepted a position with Berea' Bank & Trust Company. Mr. and Mrs. Reintiart of Cincinnati are guests of Mr. and Mrs James Stephen of Chestnut street. NOTICE EIGHTEEN FARM FOR SALE WITH THE CHURCHE3 A Union Service of the Young People's Societies of tho dllTereul churches in Korea will he held in the Pavilion Sunday evening at 0:15, which will be followed Jy tho regular service at 7:30. This will bo In charge of the llcv. Carl Vogel, and will bo everybody's meeting, for praise, prayer, and testimony. Come and enjoy tho good lime. ncres of land, situated on Clear. Creek, Hockcastlc County, Ky.; well watered, K acres cleared land, tho remainder in valuhouse, .School able church, store, and postofllec convenient. Wire H. A. Swinford or write A. C. Hart, Disputanta, Ky. Twenty-liv- e saw-timb- er. Berea National Bank 21 li 5 FOR SALE Alfalfa land in Mississippi and Ala bama. Below will give you and idea ' a family reunion at her home. Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Montgomery, of Richmond, were visitors of Mr. anil Mrs. W. P. Montgomery on Jackson Street, Sunday. Mr. J. W. Eads of Corhin, was the guest of his sisters, Mrs. W. P. Montgomery and Mrs. A. T. Pullins, Firday and Saturday. Mrs. II. 7.. Wharton and young son, Marion James, of Huntington, V. Va., have returned home, after a week's visit with friends, Mr. and Mrs. Benton Fielder. Mr. and Mrs. Benton Fielder have 'had as their guests for a few days, Mrs. Fielder's sister and father, Mrs. James .Monroe Morris, of Louisville, and Mr. George W. Parker, of Lexington, and Mr. Fielder's brother, Algin Fielder, of Richmond, Ind. J. A. Carter of Berea has returned fronBealtyville where he has been on business. While there lie sold his saddlo horse. Mr. Carter would pay a good price for a fancy saddle horse. Dr. and Mrs. S. R. Baker are spending a few days in Mississippi. Mrs. Edna Berryman of Lexington is the guest of Mr. and' Mrs. Burritt Gabhard. The scarcity of College water, occasioned by the drought, requires that its use be limited to t lies smallest amount possible. There must be no watering of lawns or or gardens, washing of motor-ca- rs other vehicles, nor can any be used for building, or construction pur poses, of any kind until a sufllcient supply is assured. If all users are careful to con serve the water we shall hope it will not he necessary to cut any ono off. Prudential Committee Berea College By Thos. J. Osborne, Secretary PRINTERS' SOCIAL Tho College printing force, with Dr. and Mrs. Roberts as guests, wcro very delightfully entertained in a picnic on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. Spink, Chestnut street, Saturday evening. After a very inviting supper, served by tho ladle's, the cntiro party joined in a very sociablo hour which was enjoyed by all. Tho occasion was ono not to bo soon forgotten and it makes us wish it wa3 not past, and long for another ljko tho last. Economy Through Quality The Nettleton FOOTWEAR EXTRAORDINARY "Ardsley" For storm and rough weather wear, this very much favored Nettleton model lends icself naturally to reproduction in a great many styles and materials. In Shell Cordovan or dark Tan Viking Calfskin two leathers best 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 wc recommend to wise buyers the Ardsley as described in this non-absorbe- how it sells, llemember, I farms of any size or price. A Mississippi Farm Baptist Church Farm No. 50 "(MLac'res, 560 acres good alfalfa soil in the best of the Sunday school, 0:15 a. m. prairie section, balance good soil Preaching services, 11:00 a. m. (Post Oak) that will grow anything II. Y. P. U., 0:15 p. m, except alfalfa; 200 acres in wood and Prayer meeting Thursday evenpasture, with creek running through ing at 6:00 o'clock. it. Good tenant houses nnd fencing; llcv. John Cunningham, Pastor. 12 miles from Columbus, and on Christian Church rock road, near school nnd store. Price, $52.50 per acre. Write for Methodist Episcopal Church free price list. Sunday school 0:45 a. m. Preaching service at 11:00 a. m. II. L. JOHNSON Science Hill, Ky. Epworlh Lcaguo Meeting 0.15 p.m. Prayer meeting 7:30 p. m., WedTARVIA FOR BEREA STREETS nesday. Progressive citizens aro uniting with the town, in surface treating Sunday School Reports UNION our best street. Property owners should confer willi Attendance, 107; Collection, $2.80. interested During treatment Mayor Gay. BAPTIST streets will bo closed. Attendance, 100; Collection, $8.72; A Dixio Highway from Main street nibles, 70. to tho Silver Creek bridge will bo closed next Monday. All travelers NEXT SUNDAY should go via. Big Hill pike. Those who havo not urgent duties Tho cooperation of all citizens elsewhere, at 11:00, next Sunday will greatly aid in Hie securing of morning. July 27, nro advised to tho best grade of work. hear tho sermon to bo delivered Street Committee. then, at tho Parish House. This nolo is not furnished by Dr. RobEXECUTOR'S NOTICE erts, nor suggested by him. It is All persons indebted to Shelby C written by one who has reason to Tudor, deceased, are hereby request- believe that the sermon will bo ono ed to mako settlement with mo on of special interest and valuo. or before August 1, 1919. All persons who havo claims ORDINANCE ngainst Shelby C. Tudor are hereby Bo it ordained by tho City Counnotilled to present their claims to cil of tho City of Berea, Kentucky, mo properly proven as required by That tho owners of property abuttlaw, on or beforeiAugust I, 1919, or ing on Jackson street up to its insame will ho rejected. tersection with Rawlings Place shall J. W. STEPHENS, Executor. havo standartl curbing nnd gutters built along their property accordSTRAWBERRY FARM ing to specifications to bo given by Fine 70 aero Strawberry Farm in the street committee aftcrauthorily the Beautiful Tennesseo Valley, 3 from tin City Council. miles from railroad town on Dixio J. L. Gay, Mayor, Splendid new Highway. E. Fothcrgill, Clerk. house; good outhouses anil barn; apple anil peach orchard. Owner PROSPERITY IN PEACE has becomo unable to .work. Must; soli. Act quick. Write or wire Keep on Scving, Says Uncle O. G. METZGEfl, Sam 2U3 Spring City, erin. BEREA AND PAINT LICK PLAY "Savings Division. Treasury Department, announced .recently that BALL Ball game, 3:00 o clock, Saturday, savings certificates in denominaathletic Held, Berea will show Paint tions of $100 and $1,000- - would bo I.ick how to play ball. issued for purchase and investment 1 once. War Saxuigs Stamps of ilenimiinnlions of IHe dollars ar Union Church News , inlti llicse securities, The Sunday-scho- ol with classes oiiMTiiblt have for all at 9:45. Preaching service same rate of interest as Savings Stamps, four per cent compounded at it a.m. at 1 ok borrowers tin in gh nico spoiled, keepsakes lost, etc. Ji st because tho borrower Is too indifferent to return them 1 si is quarterly. Jno. F. Dean "Widespread ami continued sa-iand invoslnuMi' in has throughout tin caused insistent tloiwuli security which would cni-bin- e safety ami prolll of suunss stamps with convenience in handlecupt:es ing, registration. New have been issued in response to t'mt demand and to provide medium investment of funds of fraternal societies, labor unions, civic, anil religious organizations which sigmllud their tkiro to invest their funds in these Government Savings Securities. certlllcattM nro convertible into $1,000 certillof cates. Limit of investment 81,000 for each, individual which U feature of Saving Stamp Issue has been relaineiJ." mi-ilry f'-- r J. W. Herndos DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE fr al Berea, Kentucky Commencement is over: but in quiries for farms and homes in and around Ilerea continuo to como In. Now is tho time to list your properly, if you want to sell. Wo havo more inquiries than we havo places to sell. If you havo a farm, or Inwn properly, lo sell drop in at the Bereu Bank A Trust Co. and Jist it with us and we will sell It If you win price it worth tho money. DEAN & HERNDON, Dealers In Ileal Estate, Bores, Ky. F. L. MOORE'S , KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Jewelry Store FOR Following is a list of the Kentucky fairs and their dates, so far as havo beqn reported to us. Secretaries aro asked to report any omissions or corrections. July 23 Ml. Sterling, 1 days. July 0 llarrodsburg, I days. August 5 Taylorsvillc, I days. August 5 Unionlown, 5 days. August 6 Berea, 3 days. August 0 Grayson, l days. August 12 Fern Creek, I days. August 13 Pcrryville, 3 days. August 13 Mt. Vernon, 3 days. August 18 Lawrenccburg, 5 days. August 19 Shcphordsville, I days. August 20 Liberty, 3 days. First Class Repairing AND Fine Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. BEREA. KY. Mother's Beauty Simple, receipt, our Receipts f n m-ueed In making lhlr cumpleilon beautiful. Order thew now ami don'l let this opportunity u by jrou. Receipt, to maiuga the Face. Neck. Ilu.tand Hand.. Remote Freckle.. Wrirkle., lilackheade. To malta rvr cheek.. To Uautlfy e,e-broand 'I'-1""- '. rearly teeth and hardy num.. To manicure jrour hand, and nalle. To keep your hair from falllnc out, ami maW It Krow. and km It dark. Indian Cur for Ith.um.tl.m. To Smile Abit lirrvtnt baldnau, mako our hair row. To krp "Maw!" your hair dark. Cura for corn., wartt ami bun. "Well Tomml!'?- lont. Irndtr frvt, chilblain.. Tan ftco, .unburn, "Whpro. does the tide go when It un .troka. burn and .raid.. Ttolharha. .rathe, cold, ami catarrh, plmiilra. rim worm. Inlta, car. goes out?" buncl... neuralgia, headache. tnakeUtr.. "No uso to ask mo such questions. bite.. Todr.tmy anta' nnati. To keep file, di off I can't even 'ell whero your father yourhoraea. To keep rtlreouluf norm. Todriro away rata and mice; they rverer coma back. To goes." keep away potato buir. and .atalatair. Tode.troy ami keep away bed bun., To make hena lay .ef TWO SPOTS retually. To preaereo fruit, and vecetablea. To eirm. To make various kind, of non. And somo who complain becauso their town is not moro widely alcoholic drlnka. To mako your own wear-we- ll paint.. known about the Stato arc the same Then receipt, are furnl.hed for One Dollar, ones who keep disorderly looking with in.tructkn. (A (llt-ed- ( fnre.tment.) premises thus making an unfavor- Addroet, able impression on visitors. 21- ROBT. MELLOR, -4 TAKE 'EM BACK Does tho following concern you? Many of us, it may bo feared, are Youngetown, O. more or less guilty: ( OneDrop BaurbonPooltryRemtd A few drop. In tho drinking water cure A M rreventa whlto ULTOA uwr diarrhoea, cholra and other chick dlseair.. Ono Utc boltle make. II callon. of medicine. 1'lnt bottle, price fl 20, make. 31 nl!ont. At (iruKvi.ta, or aent by mall pottpald. Bourbon Homed Oo., Loalngton, ry by Porter-Moor- e Drag Co. FIDDLERS On Friday night, August 15, an Old Time Fiddlers Meeting will be held at the College Tabernacle. The man who fiddles best will receive a prize of Fifty Dollars; the man who plays second best will receive Thirty Dollars; the man who plays third best will receive Twenty Dollars. Number of contestants is limited to fifteen. If you wish to enter this contest, write for particulars to Dear Sir. g, As now is tho limo for would it not bo well if householders would look through their bookcases and see how many books they havo there, which havo been borrowed from other people. Tho writer has suirercd much Sold house-cleanin- i 1 t CURES nt Beat the Advancing Prices of Coffee Make and Roast Your Own Coffee For 10 cents a pound, better than you can buy at 40 cents. Once tried, always used. Send 50 cents in silver or money order for making and roasting. Address J. M. Coyle & Co. heitnut Street for Nfiti-eto- n ALSON BAKER Berea, Kentucky. Berea, Kentucky Men's Shoes the World's Finest 4 E. P. Greenlee No. 6, Lincoln Terrace Cincinnati, Ohio j July 21, 1010. THE CITIZEN Pose Flvt GET READY FOR THE BEREA FAIR, August 6, 7 and 8, 1919 Increased Premium List, Home Work, Field and Garden Products, Big Premiums for Show Horses, Mules, Cattle, Hogs, and Poultry GOOD RACING THE PROGRESSIVE SHOWS will furnish all high class attractions for the Fair. In connection Ed. Koch's Big $10,000 Cacro will operate. Mat - Mat, the famous whigh diver will dive twice daily and at 9 o'clock each night. You are invited to come and bring your friends. The grounds will be open each night during the Fair. E. T. FISH, Secretary BOONE TAVERN "The mat home-lik- e and attractive hotel In Kentucky." Bcrca College Management. First Class, Moderate Rates. For Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists On the 'Dixie Highway I'lilliaiu, Norfolk, England, July Major Seolt, commander of llic told tho story of the' return A family Newtpaprr for all that it right Might today as follows: true, and Interesting "We estimated we would make I'uLll.hnl firry Thurxlay t IWrra, Kj. i! in from 70 to HO hours. We made it in 75. When we left wc had i BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Incorporated) strong wind behind us and we WM. G. FK03T.Ediiof4rvCr.iW covered the llrst H00 miles in about Subicriptlon Rate eight hour. When wo circled PAY A II LB IN ADVANCE over New York we could plainly 11 .M On Yrr Hfi ee the crowds on Ilroadway waiv, Sit Month W Tbrr Month ing to us. as we passed, but wc or Kiitos Money could not hear them because of the Sfivl monry by I'trftw-fTLett r, or on and two Order. Draft, Itarlatrn-rent stamp. noise of the engines. The date after your name on label how to what data your aubteHptlon la paid. If It i not "South of New Foundland wc en change! within three week after renewal notify countered head winds and our prog U. lie tfUdlr aupplled if we MUilnc numtiera will ress from then on was slower. We are notified, Liberal term iven to any who obtain new ul height of crlption foru. Any one aendinar ua four yearly traveled at an average ubMTiption can receive The Cltlien free for from :t.0OO to 5,000 feet, and found one year. Advert! alnaT rat on application. much low clouds and fog. Once we saw nothing but fog for 21 hours. TRAVEL IN THE AIR We struck Ireland at Clifdeu and From the Lexington Herald we made good progress from there on, lake this interesting account of Hie although our steering engine broke return Journey of Hie English I)i down Saturday morning. We startrigible No. 31: ed with 5 .IKK) gallons of gasoline The Citizen i:i. and had 1.000 left. "We are nnlurally pleased with the trio, all of us. I expect impor tant changes in the size and speed of future airships big ships mat will trave 70 to 80 miles an Hour and powerful enough to crawl thru anything. "This has been a great trip," said! Col. W. N. Ilensley, Jr., of the U. S, army air service, as ho climbed out of the car and shook hands with the Itritisti olllcers. "We were lost one whole day because the fog was so thick we could not get a shot at the sun, moon, stars, or horizon, but we worked out of it and struck the Irish coast. We passed over the Isle of Man about 3 o'clock this morning and then, mounting above the clouds, witnessed a most beautiful sight. Above was the bright moon; below soft (leecy clouds touched with all the colors of the rainbow and far down below occasionally could be seen the dark, deep blue of the sea. "We swill passed over Liverpool and then other cities and towns, and here we are. We suffered n hardships and no inconveniences, except that wo had no hot water for shaving. Our eggs wcro cooked in the exhaust of the engines ami we had plenty of other good food and coffee, lea and cocoa to drink. No ono suffered from air sickness, and while the sea below was tossed by a forty mile gale we wore moving along in comfort on an oven keel. PUBLIC SALE ON 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. Van-Winkl- e. This is one of the best lpcated 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 vou want a good home, be sure to come to this sale. You will make no mistake in buying it, being located as it is, near Berea, which promises to be a large city in the near- future and which is one of the greatest educational centers in the United States. - 1 he William beck rarm OF . 1 206 ACRES AT 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. PUBLIC SALE At 10:00 o'clock L. P. EVANS RICHMOND UNITED STATES NEWS (Continued From Fig One) Real Estate Federal Law designates as felony, Outrage aro alleged through the discredited and mediaeval system of Court martial. That the Clemency Hoard reduced sentences totaling 28,000 years to 0,700 years is proof of miscarriage of justice and of wrong to tho sol dier. Senator Chamborlin said "Tho Spanish Inquisition was not a mark to somo of tho cruellies practiced against these soldiers in France." KENTUCKY to tho committee there a large number of flares invented by Commander Brock, who was killed at Zcebrugge, who used this moans, of illuminating tho channel in defending tho const and shipping from during tho war. Tlieso burn for several minutes and light up an area of threo square miles. Tho navy gavo a big display oil tho mouth of tho Thames, mora than 100 ships, anchored in a lino ilvo miles long, taking part. military offenses, excepting such as turning over Wednesday, July 30, 1919 We will F. Martin, and sell this farm for-Hwho has just bought it for this purpose sub-divi- de . Negroes on while women aro the causu of the troublo; 175 arrests wore made, 500 (hies wcro levied on all carrying weapons. Ohio Attacks Food Prices ages US All cold storage houses in Ohio 9 8 Owned for 40 years by Mr. Beck, one of the best farmers in the county. He Now ready to "Punch' hns taken care of and kept it in a high state of cultivation. and grow the crop. On Stanford and Hustonville Pike, two miles from Stanford county seat o Lincoln on L. & N. R. R. dwelling, two vprandas, back porch and halls; an Elegant modern house; large barn 40x60; silo; all sorts of outbuildings. tenant extra good Beautiful yard, large shade trees. You will enjoy living here. This farm lies well, long frontage on pike several fine building sites, good fences everlasting water, cistern, ponds, springs and pools. You can buy the home and 20 acres or add thereto as many acres as you want or buy an unimproved tract of 20 to 50 acres or more. Take advantage of .this Golden Opportunity to get what you want, the size tract you want, located where you want it; part of the farm being in Stanford Graded School District, and at the price you want to pay. This farm is sure to sell for the "High Dollar." The bidders fix the price. Some one will get a bargain why not YOU? Terms' Easy. Possession January 1st, 1920. We want to show you this farm before day of sale. For further particulars and blue prints see, wiite, phone the real estate men Swinebroad, of Lancaster, or Hughes and McCarty, Stanford, or W. E. Moss, Adv. Mgr. viii inn imn irt iiiv iffitf wtaiaawniii'iBriMr?'a?iigaimwiil must conform to tho Slato Iawiow mat reucrai control or roou ceases. Six months' storage for moat and eggs, poultry ten months, fish and butter 111110 months, is the WORLD NEWS limit, and reports must be in ado (Continued From Page One) I every three months to the State Htireau of Dairy and Foods, with ions over which floats the Union full statement of all foods in stor- Jack. London's great victory age. A heavy lino is (lxcd for non was, of course, tho most speccompliance with tlio law. tacular event of tho day, but thru-o- ut tho country every city, town and hamlet held a peaco carnival, Mexico and the United States The patienco of the United States llcligious services, processions and (iovornmcut is evidently at an end sports mado up tlio programmo in nearly overy place. In somo places, with the Mexican outrages. Over 300 U. S. citizens have been particularly, tho seasido resorts, batmurdered, millions of property tles of (lowers featured tho day. Everywhere tho returned horoos havu been destroyed. Tho Carranza Government is so evidently hostile of tho war wcro honored. These to tho United States that a change men, released from tho perils and hardships of war, led tho merrymust lako place. Tho Mexican authorities express making. Thoso who did not rolum deep regret for tlio robberies of from tlio battlefields, liowovcr, wero American sailors and promise pun- not forgotten. In overy town or ishment for tho offenders if they city thero wero prayers for tho can bo found. Meantime tho Scnato fallen, and many a shrino dedicated is taking the Mexican situation into to the memory of a dead hero bore its floral tribute. consideration. On thai night thero blazed from hill and mountain tops tho Hare of Justice for Army Offenders Senator Chamhcrlin proposes a fires kindled in honor of tho return bill granting pardon to all soldiers, of peaco. In Dover thero was a sailors and marines convicted for grand illumination, tho Admiralty pa-ra- do Gov. James D. Black A vote for Black in August is a vote for Democratic success in November. HE'S A SIRE WINNER! Pago Sli THE CITIZE& July 21, 1910. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special InvestiRatojr COMMUNITY MEETING AT MT. VERNON (Taken from Hip Mi. Vernon Signal rim MirnwM" Cnmmnnilv Mooting' hold hero on Monday. Tuoday and rARMERS' none. Tho papers will oontlmio lo spread good tidings lo tlic readers and Hip readers lo their associate? ami menus, mc goon cam no estimated. A movement was started for Wednesday, was a great success notwithstanding llio allendanee of meeting lo be held In the county Hie fanners much smaller than was eaeli month for Hie purpose of get ntilfeipaled. The men ami women ting togelher nnd discussing big and sent here for this occasion are ex- - heller things for tho county a good ports in Iheir Hup and Ihose who These meetings will be measured heard Ihem will proni as flic result. ior goon in proportion 10 uio ;u Tlie fact that more farmers did not tendance Tho questions of health, homes, atlond Ihan did. is due lo Hip hay harvol whieh is on. Had it been schools, churches, roads, ngricul possible lo arrange the dates for turc, and live stock, which were Ibis nicotine for a laler dale, the discussed in Hie farmers uommun nilnnd.inro would linvo been ouite its mecllng, must still bo discussed different. Many of our farmers aro in the coming monthly county interested in Ihose things which meetings. Thcso arc subjects which will help them and help the county, aro of vital importance lo the pco some are not interested in any- - plo and to their Happiness thing, anil Hie result is they aro not' Cooperation was tho Key for our doing much. Karh speaker billed, fulurc meetings. The revival has now slarled in for the occasion was present and nblv look care of iiie subject assign-- ; Ml. Vernon, let's keep it up until i cd. Tho picture show for each has reached tho uttermost parls of evening was a disappointment, be- -, mo county and all are converted cause of a mishap, yet tho evening to Real Living and Ileal Happiness sessions were full or inleresl, and which brings success lo all. the most imporlant reels were A Creed for Rockcastle County shown at the Boone Way opera Shall we as farmers and citizens Plans are already under homo. way for a meeting just like this ono accept the following creed: "We believe in increasing and in 1920, and if a more suitable time can be arranged, Iherp is no ones-- ! maintaining our soil fertility, more lion but that Ihe allendanee will be and bettor live stock, growing of quite different. By that lime the, legumes, rotation of crops, better better schools, better farmers will realize the benefits of Homes, the one just closed and be ready to churches, belter roads." The meeting which has just closed take advanlagcof the benefits ofTor-- 1 louehed upon these tilings men- cd bv those tho future may bring. This meeting "closed Wednesday, Honed in Hip suggested creed night with an attendance of from Read it; Ihink il over and see if 1.000 to 1.500 neonle duriiiK Hie you beleive in it as a citizen ot scries of lectures. All who attend-- 1 Rockcastle county. ROB'T F. SPENCE, cd are reflecting over wlial was said County Agricultural Agent. and done. Tho people who received Hie greatest good are those who atBoys' and Girls' Agricultural Club tended every day. Those who attended part of the time, received Convenlion Berea, July 25, 25 ami 26. All Rockcastle County Cluh Hoys good also. Those who did not at- tend will be wonderfully helped iH- - and Girls, local leaders and those directly by those who did attend., who have been invited want to at Therefore, the conclusion is that all lend this convention. Those who the entire county is better by are going must catch Train No. 38 having had such a meeting. The on the K. C. line, July 21, so as to people of Mt. Vernon did much in reach Bcrea at 1255. The afternoon advertising Hie meeting by letter of the 2Wh will be a great afternoon and word, to their friends. Country! m Be'rea. The County Agent and all people were made glad by letter and of the Madison county club mem word and town people by the pros- - hers will meet all visiting club enco of tho country people All members and friends at the station. deserve credit for the forward step Corn Brings $3.00 in real living and letting live. Tho above startling heading Each meeting was an inspiration to all. Tho speakers had a real should catch and hold the eye of Any farmer mpssncp nnd snnko i wiih iiPfirifoi Hio thrifty farmer. ' sell bis corn conviction which brought results woul(l 1,0 h?lighlel and w conl nun n hp nir rosn Is.! crop ai oi.w .move uic marhei There was a pure bred Duroc pig Prico- - T,ie Department of Animal civen awav each afternoon at 5:00. Husbandry at the College of Agri- got 515.00 a ton for corn Monday afternoon. William Mc- EXPENSES slla5 cd lo beef cattle last spring Iiargue, of Pine Hill, drew the pig;, Five Weeks Ten Weeks means mat Ull '"-'- ' Tneailav. Tlrvsr.nn Prnr np nn ncrr 6.00 110.00 Incidental Fee boy, of Orlando; and aero of good corn put info the silo cultural club 10.00 20.00 Tablo Board, women would bo worth about 3.00 a bushel Wednesday, Miss Tabitha Hiatt, of 5.00 2.50 Room Rent Ml. Vernon, three miles out of town for tho corn which could have been marketed. $18.50 35.00 Totals on Dixie Highway. It should be remembered in this Registration papers were filled season tho corn 11.25 2250 Men Pay for Board out by the county agricultural agent connection that last crop matured thoroughly. The Wo rebates ire illoned to students who withdraw before the close or the and Walter Miller for each pig. farmer also remembers quite vividly period for which payment bis been made. Wo expect thcso pigs to be extho season before when the crop did hibited at the ML Vernon Fair, not mature beforo A deposit of four dollars ($4.00) is required of all students frost and many August 13, 1 i, 15. The Fair Catalog upon entrance. This is refunded when tho student leaves, profarmers had trouble saving their 3lales that all pigs must be register- crops. A vided library books, keys, etc., are returned in good order. silo on a farm in 1917 ed. would havo paid for itself in a Special Fees papers that were single season and would also have The thirty-si- x Ten Weeks given away wero scattered in every helped feed a hungry and war worn , $5 DO Business Courses 250 Cabinet Organ, two 20 minute lessons per week section of tho county. The papers world. A recent estimato places Voice, Piano, or Violin, two 20 minuto lessons per alone aro worth Hie entire cost of: ti10 loss of tho farmers in Kentucky 7.50 week Ihe meeting if nothing else had been, a So,000,000 becauso of tho lack of 2.50 Use of Piano, ono hour per day ' Use of Organ, one hour per day .75 silos in which to put the immature Uso of Music Library 50 corn. CINCINNATI MARKETS. 3.00 Class Work in Harmony Tho, Extension Division of llio Collcgo of Agriculturo has written Hay and Grain. Applicants most briag or sead a testimonial showing that lhay an Corn No. 2 white flM02.11, No. 8 the county agent that a campaign above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi white $2.0tl8,2.10, Nn. 2 yellow $2 will he pushed to increase greatly 2.01, No. 3 yellow $1.0Sff2. No. 2 llio nnmlinp nf silrw in Kpiitnnkv signed by some former Berea studtnt in good standing or some reliabli teacher or neighbor. The use ot tobacco is strictly forbidden. mixed s"",mL'r- - Man' counties ,,avo white ear For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, ntttnil r "nnnnfnil nnafta" nti Mm cl lit 02.OS. Sound Hny Timothy per ton $203 question and everything poinls to a MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. 88, und clover mixed $HQr'.M, clo- successful year of silo building. ver old ?22S,20, now $2002.1. Ono county agent has written lo the Fall Term Begins September 17. Oats No. 2 white 82, No. 3 white College that 75 farmers have already No. 2 mixed 70 ft ft1 SO Vie, No. 3 81c. pledged themselves to build silos, when tilt- mixed 78&70l n count' iiKontM of South anil moro pledges are on tho way. hi'ld ii spraying campaign. For Butter, Eggs and Poultry. high priced; one week the nontH centered their at Of course, silos aro Ilutter Whole mill' creamery extras 50c, centralized creamery extras 5!c, but so is corn and fodder worth a tention on this nttack, but It was confirsts 51c. , great deal of money. The farmer tinued by fruit grower until the buds Kggs Prime flrstj 44c, firsts 1214c, in figuring tho value of a silo on on the trees begnn to swell anil furordinary firsts 30c. Ids farm ought to realize that ho is ther spruylng with the strong lime Live Poultry Broilers, under 2 lbs, living In the 20th century and that sulphur solution would be Injurious. D lbs and over 3le; do un45c; fowls, One agent reports so much Interest enough to ride he is also 5 lbs, 31c; do roosters, 2Ue. der In tho proper cure of home orchards in an auto. A silo on the farm is no that he found it Impossible to Visit the Live Stock. Cattle Shippers $11.50M, butch- longer an experiment or a luxury farms of ull who wuntea information dairy cows, it is a on spraying and pruning. He solved er steers, extra $12 II, good to for well-fe- d choice $11.50!'.', heifers extra $12.50 modern necessity for the farmer the dllllculty by holding a series of trl'l, good to choice $1112, common demonstrations In schools und to fair $7010.50; rows, extra $10011. who feeds cattle for profit. good to choice $80)10, common to fair Another agent reports that during N SAN JOSE SCALE the week ho sprayed 2,200 trees and pruned 800. This work Is much need Calves Kxtra $17.60 18, fair to food $140 17.50, common and largs Orchard Pest Subjected to Heavy ed and greatly appreciated, he says. 8pray.Machlne.Qun Fire by $7013. At one orchard he found the owner Southern County Agents. Hogs Selected heavy shipper ready to cut down somo of the tree's $22.25, good to choice packers and because he did not havo the equip $22.25, medium $22 22.25, (Prepared by the United States Departbutchers ment to spruy and thought the scale ment of Agriculture.) stags $1O0'14, common to choice heavy would 'fat sows $1401O, light shippers $21 The San Jose scale was subjected to season. kill the trees beforo another Handy Pump Spraying Outfit 021.50, pigs (110 lbs and leas) $149 heavy Ore receutlv ng 1 eltro A great deal of llio sickness dursalt, sugar, pepper, and paprika. ing tho hot wealher Is due to over Mix M'II. add soft fat and milk. eating. Tho .greatest simplicity Stir well; If (no thick, add uiord should be prarlircd both for milk. Pour inlo n pudding-disreasons of health and for reasons of Cover nnd hake until knifo conic Vocational Schools 1st Door lessening I ho work of llio house- out clean. power, combined with wife. Training that adds to your money-earniMore lemonade niado at Macaroni and Choose with Tomato general education. home, with plum or blackberry Four cups cooked macaroni; 2 TOR YOUNO HEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printjuice to add flavor, and color, would cups tomato Juice; 2 tablespoons ing, Commorco and Tolfgraphy. lie far heller for the children thnn fat; pepper; Wj cups grated choose; Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, FOR YOUNO LADIES ice crenm cone. I.eiuon jniik sher- 2 tablespoons flour; sail; buttered Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. bets nnd fruit Juices frown are far crumbs. Arrange maraiiinl and cheese in boiler for llio grown folks than pie Foundation School 2nd Door layers In nn oiled hakuig-disMako or rich Ico creams. Recipes nre given hero which em a sauce of the tomato juice, flour, General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some body the food elements of nn entire and fat and pour over il. Cover with vocational training. No matter what your prcsont advancement, ,1. w.nl :.. i.l 1U111IV ill- buttered crumbs. Bako In moderate .i..it. wo can put you with others like yourself and give chance for 111.111. UIMII infill ill (fill' ,li simple dessert or perhaps a fruit or oven twenty minutes. most rapid improvement. vegetable salad may be added if one Rice with Salmon and Peas One-ha- lf pound canned salmon; 1 wishes n more elaborate meal. 3rd Door English Academy Course A rnsernh or a deep, rviind pan, quart cooked rice; I oup peas; 2 For thoso who are not expecting to teach and who aro not going It also gives wilh a llglilly filled cover Is best cups medium while sauce. thru Collcgo and desire moro general education. Flake the llsli. Arrange layers of meals. the best general education for those who wish a good start in for cooking Ihose "nne-dlsHank Steak Tlralzed with Vegetables I'lre. snimon, and peas In n baking study and expect to carry it on by themselves. Scone n Hank sleak. dredge well dish. Pour ovor tills well seasoned wilh Hour. Dot wilh fat and place while sauce. Cover. Put Into oven Door Normal School In baking-pa- n. Over Ihi' place n until heated This gives the best training for those who expect to leach. thick layer of Ihinly sliced rnw po Courses are so arranged Rial young people can teach through the tatoes, then a layer nf thinly sliced summer and fall and attend sohool through the winter and spring, onions. Over Ihe whole pour two HE WALKS AROUND ISLAND earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. thus rups slowed (omnloes. Cover tightly Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." and place In oven. Cook slowly New Jertey Man Takes Stroll Around Porto Rico and Is Glad three hours. One-ha- lf hour before Academy Course meal is done remove cover and add 5th Door . . He Did. .I . .. ll . il l l ii i n.i . t . me ...it sixaigni roan 10 wwiego dcsi training in Mauieuiaucs, mis is a layer of boiled rice and more Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The liquid, San Junn. P. II. M. K. McCob of if necesary. Cook uncoverKiist Orange, N. J., strolled Into San Academy is now Berea's largest department ed Ihe- remaining time. Junn a few ilns ngo after a trump In serving transfer to plaller nrotiiul the entire Island, which took College Door carefully. Slice down throuch him three weeks, feeling flue nnd This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard layers as throiigb loaf. Unit the friend courses in all advanced subjects. who hml warned til in he would not Oriental Meat Balls Unci nny food tit to cut In the small Two pounds chopped raw beef; For A Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. hotels liml been smlly misinformed, twenty-fiv- e years the board has remained tho same in Berea, but the egg slightly bealen; M tablespoon lie found the hoxtelrtes In the small salt; I pound raw polaloe; I table- plnces unusual situation in which the whole country finds itself now makes clenu ami the food good, nnd he wilit the object of tils trip, to reit impossible for us to live on the same money as we have in the past spoon minced parsley. cuperate from the' effects of nn attnek Sauce All students do some work with their hands from six to six Tliree-fourll- is quart strained to- of ptoiiiiilne Hiloiilnc nnd n sIcro of teen hours a week as janitors or In tho farm, carpenter shop, printmato; H cup drippings; Yt lonpoon the luMiicutii. had been rcnllzcd. lie enme here Intemtlm; to mnke the reing office, laundry, boarding hall, office, etc., and receive pay which paprika; cup bread Hour; turn trip on the same Minnicr. but reduces their expense. salt. be found the sen voyage hml not belliyoung man or young woman can get an' education Any Boll potatoes. Put through rlcer. ed him ns liiiieli ns he hnd hoped nnd at Berea if there is the will to do so. Mix heof. potatoes, one egg, parsley, he decided to stny over nnd make his and sail. Shape into balls tlin size lone trump. Now he Is Rind he did It. of a wal in 1. Roll in Hour. Saule until brown in drippings. Remove to casserole. Make sauce of Ihe reJune 6 to Jaly 11, and July 11 to August 15 maining ingredients. Add to meal POULTRY NOTES balls and cook twenty minutes in Berea College has established a Summer School to meet a oven. distinct and growing need in tho Southern Mountains. It gives Iteef scraps or sour nrtlk help to Corn Pudding a program of courses for teachers of high sohools and graded fill the egg bnsket. 1 Kigbt large ears corn or ran; schools, returning soldiers and sailors, students who wish to Vt teaspoon salt; black pepper; 4 Anything tlmt frlKhtcn a flock of gel college entrance credits or credits toward college degrees, cup fat; ,T eggs; I tablespoon sugar; fowls uptets It to the extent that It and others seeking general Information. The work is adapted paprika; Vi cup sweet milk or more. reduces egg production. ,to thoso who can come for five weeks, or ten weeks. Tlicro will Slit Ihe grains of corn lengthwise. bo a special week for ministers and religious leaders, and Chicks should bo fed little and Scrape out (lie pulp carefully, savanother week for farmers. ing all the milk. Bent the eggs, add often, thus keeping thcru hungry and busy. A busy chick will keep healthy. SPECIAL FEATURES A number of scientific and popular lectures, musical ovents, and motion picture entertainments will bo given frco of charge. PROGRAM There will also be excursions to nearby points of historical and scenic interest. All the resources of tho entire institution will Club Convention bo at tho disposal of the Summer School. SIX DOORS YOUNG Berea's HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dlzncy, Drlector of Home Science FOR ASPIRING PEOPLE h. Berea's h. 4 Berea's ' h" 4th Berea's Berea's Preparatory -- I.. - 6th Berea 1 1 lea-spo- on able-bodi- ed Mountain Summer School 1 XIXj .::::::::::::::: Junior Agriculture Bcrea, Kentucky July 24, 25, 26, 1919 Thursday, July 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 1:00 34 0:15 G:15 7:15 10:00 Afternoon Assemble in Pavilion on Col I ego Campus Address of Welcome Prof. P. 0. Clark, College; J. V. Welch, Town Response District Agent J. M. Peltncr, London A. M. Ilialt, Brodhead Words from Visiting Friends Visit Canning Factory, College Garden, Dairy, Ico Plant, etc Supper at Ladies Hall Chimes Concert Address Dean MoAlllsler, College Pavilion Bed Time Girls, Kentucky Hall; Boys, Putnam Hall Friday, July 25 Morning 5:30 0:00 8:00 8:15 9:00 0:30 10.00 S! 10:30 11:00 12:00 1:30 2:30 Oil?-olln- i:00 , Hwrwff4W,'10C1ATTACK 0:15 7:00 8:00 10:00 Rising Bell Breakfast at Ladies Hall Convention Called (o Order by President Robert. Fish, Ml. Vernon Address Prof. Floyd Braltinr, Tennessee College Chapel Club Songs ami Music Collcgo Pavilion Record Books, Lesions and i:aininntions Mr. Kerclier, Slate Leader of Clubs Club Work wilh School Work J. M. Feltner Words from Local Club Leaders Dinner at Ladies Hall Afternoon Cluh Reports, by Members Address.... Dean Cooper, Ky. State College of Agriculture Rest How Brodhead Bank Has Helped In'ciuh'Vvork!'. A- - M- - mntt C!,8,,ier 'llio Value or a Bank Account Jol" F- - Hean, Cashier, Berea Bank & Trust Co. How to Start a Bank Account John L. Gay. Cashier Be roa National Rink How lo Uso a Bank Account nean Clark, Berea Supper at Ladies Hall Hcccptloii County Agenfs Home.' Jackson Street Moving Picture Show Collego Chapol l.veryhoily in their rooms, lights out ."A"V"" 5:30 0:00 8:00 9:00 10:00 u 20.25. Rising Bell ineuKiasi Departmental Conferences, Election of Ofllcers for 1920 Plans for Next Year County Agent Hob'V Tho public is fnvlled to all meetings Saturday, July Morning 3C F. Spence July 21, 1010. THU CITIZEN IMNOVEB UNIfOIH INTEINATIONAL PRICES MAY RISE SJNMSOI00L Lesson Itll.le Tfclir of Knxtlsh("Mi ago In the Moody Illble, Institute of ) tCoprrliht. Ill), Wemern L'nlon) The Product of the Home Uy RJiV. W. W. KBTCHUM Dli rttor ol the Enlnt Clinc, Mondr Dibit tdilltult.Chlctio TKXT Kxrept the Iinl build the house, they labor In vain that build ulm WHERE LEAGUE OF NATIONS WILL CONVENE DECLARES Federal Also EOARD nr nnv. r 11. fitzwatkii. n. n, Nmnf Reserve Bulletin Says Greater Shortage May ,ake Place. LESSON FOR JULY 27 CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP. (:10-S' 137.1. INVESTING PUBLIC MUST AID i ,l If there Is nny place more thnn nny . IXSSO.V THXT I'lill. OOLDKN THXT If we walk In the other on this enrth where Jesus Christ IlKht. aa he Is in the light, we have fel- It Is Is needed lowshtp one with another, nnl the blood the the homo of Jean Christ lila Hun cleaneeth us from which workshop all tn John I 7. ADDITIONAL MATKIMAf IM turns out Into I i Mai. 1 K. John 17 JO. 51. t Cor. 11.12. the world that 12 li. I John 4 711, llomnn Tl'IC-I-ovln- ic product called bu1'ItIMAllV Jesus and one another tArti John 11:10 What rn unit y. JCNIOIt TOI'IC-Keecompany with men and women doil'i people (Arte 2 TOI'IC-O- ur nre In the world Chris-linINTKHMKIUATU friendships (John U Inrgely depends rW'.NtOll AND AOIH.T TOPlC-lhu- la upon what they and benellta of Christian fellow ship. have been made In the home. The Kplstle to tho I'hlllpplnns furIt U the excepnishes us with n beautiful example (if tion rntber thnn fellowship, between Paul rind the the rule to llud a church nt I'lilllppl. This church on strong mnn In cenil occasions hviu I'iiiiI money for business or civic his support. The pnrtlctllnr ministry lire who wus not or this nrl nt the hands or F.pnphro-dltuwhile l'mil was n primmer nt made so In the home. It Is true that Home wn the occasion for this epls-tl- sometimes we find men of character Ilia words" of thanked vine for who never had any true home Influences, hut when you find one man till Klf t In the text or our lesson. who has developed Into real manI. Paul's Expression of Appreciation hood without true home Ititluerjces, (4710). ytm find hundreds, who because they The Vhlllpplnns Imil on several expressed their sympathy n ml never bad then, are moral wrecks. love for I'iiiiI hy their gifts, hut con 4.et the home be what It should and sldcrnhle time hail elnptel since nil) the product turned out will rarely be gifts had renrheil til til. When their disappointing. Our forefntheri were rare for him ntraln flourished he was nhle to lay a substantial national tiuiile to greatly rejolre. Il recognized foundation because they were made thnt the Lortl wn mlnl.terliiK to him stalwart, God fearing men through the throiiKh these people,, therefore he reInfluences of the Chrlstlnn homes lu joiced In the liril. Thin was n very which they were nurtured. tnctful way of saying "I thank you." When fathers and mothers take heed This gift was Kluilly receheil because to the words of Jesus, "Seek ye first he wits In need nnit also because It in- the Kingdom of (Sod and his rightsured him Hint his old friends still eousness" and mnke hlui first In the loved him. home, how glorious ore the results! II. Paul's Manly Independence (vv If they have family worship and heek IMS). God's help and guldnnce dally for Though sincerely appreciating the themselves and their children and all clfl. he would have tin-i- know: their n flairs, they find It unfailingly 1. lie was Independent of circumtnie that "God Is faithful." that bis stances (v. 11). Thmugh discipline of promises never fall, that their every the Lord he hud learned to lie content real need Is tupplled and that his with hlx tot. lie knew thnt nil things favor and blessing surpass all or work together for good (Itom. 8:liS) earth's riches. "(Sod Is love," and the mi whatever he was experiencing nt home lu which he Is made first Is a the moment was from the hand of the home filled with love. Fortunate Is lot lug Father. Happy. Indeed, Is the the community and the nation which mnn who has learned this Kccret. I'iiiiI has many such homes. The men and win willing to tnke Kverty or women nurtured In them are "the suit whatever came. or the earth." Without such, cor2. Willing to take what God vent (v ruption and decay Inevitably ensue. 12), If It he properlty, he would rt Supporting the structure of all thnt Jolce mid praise (!mI; If It be adverIs good anil true atrd noble In the sity, he would patiently suffer It world Is the godly home, ltemove It, knowing thnt It wns pennltted by the and our social aud national life will Ilenenly Father bemuse It was need-ru- t Koon morally disintegrate. for his best Interests. This In n If It seem that we are giving the line example of self mastery. If a godly home a more Important place thins: desired was not forthcoming he the godly Individual, where, ve would not allow his lienrt to desire It. than would ask, does the godly Individual .1. Ills faith was In Christ (v. 111). come from If not from the godly home? The soul poise which I'ntll Mssessed What work-shoy produces him) wns not of himself, but because Christ uut the kchools, the sh6pi, the Is Indwelt him. Such composure place nor even the church, only possible ns Christ lives In and be- market without the help or the godly home. come the dynamic of one's life. When A null factory turns uut nulls; a shoe the life Is thus surcharged with the factor-- , shoes; a wagon factory, energy of Christ, he Is absolutely Inde- wagons; and a home, hmnuiilty. pendent of circumstances. Such poise The Ideal fur commercial factories Is possible to all who will unreserved idiould he to turn out the best product ly yield themselves to Cod. U not always III. The Fellowship of Paul and the they can. This, ithough, their aim, for low prices und compePhlllpplan Sa.nta (vv. tition create a demand for articles of 1. The gift or this church to I'aul Is n Inferior grade. There Is no such an outstanding example or Chrjstlnu Jeinatiil, huwerer, for the product of (vv. sympathy No other the home, ror no quullty of character church had remembered I'aul at till In or an Inferior grade meets the deIds great need, but this one rendered mands of (Sod or of the times. If a again and again, affordpecuniary aid to turu out ing a fine example or mutual love be- manufacturing firm alms the very bet product they can postween a minister and the people supsibly make. Its members nro always porting him. studying the problem of ways and 2. The girt a spiritual blowing to the means to enable them to approximate (v. 17). I'aul was pleased with church Ideal. How much more should to their their gift not primarily for Its value parents, study with (Sod's help to turu him, but because of the blessing which out luto the world the very best prodthe people derived from giving It. It uct T was fmit which abounded to their acIn thinking of the home ns turning count. "It Is more blessed to give out Into the world a product called to receive" (Acts 20 :.'U'i). than Immunity, we should ever bear lu 3. Their gift was an acceptable act mind that Its product Is to endure of worship "an odor of a sweet smell, throughout the ages. This leads ui to (Soil" (v. 18). True back to our very first proposition, Christian giving Is an act of worship that If there Is any place more than to (Sod. any other on this earth where Jesus I. Their gift would be rewarded by Christ Is needed, It Is the home. Withthe Heavenly Father (v. ll). True out the help and dlivctlon of the Christian giving Is not on the basis of maMcr workman, godly character canprudence, but by faith In the living not be produced. Cod who will make recompense The Scriptures tell iw to brlug our to his riches in glory by Christ children up "In the nurture and adJesus. monition of the Lord," but this we cannot do unless we are ourselves Within Cod's Keeping, Christians; so back of the product lie that takes himself out of (Sod's Is the producer. With all the hands Into his own by and by will not Involved In parenthood, It do with himself. Ilenju-uilt- i know what to seems Incredible that men and women Whlchcote. will ushUttiu It without being themselves, lu a position to give to their Face of the Matter, children that which will make them "Ho sure that whenever you make the very best product, namely godlinn unselfish effort to comfort another, ness. The child Is not so much you. w ill gel a glimpse of Jho face of for what he becomes as Is the. Master." tho parent lu whose care and t ruining he Is brought up. Wo cnnnoOget Around the Throne. away from the scripture, which says: Precious to themselves, O Lord, Is "Train up a child In the way ho should tho death of thy saints, which takes go and, when he Is old he will uot dedusty cover that hides their off the girl shapes am) polishes part from It"; or, its the little brightness; which put It, "Trulu up a child In the way them to n beautiful luster, and sets lie should go aud when he la eld he them ns Mars round about thy throne. will go so." John Austin. 1 Shortage of Many Essential Material and Commodities in World at Large Foreign Recovery May De Rapid.' Wnsblirgton. In warning that still higher prices nnd n greater shortage of supply may be expected In the Irlted Slates If foreign purchases he per mlttcd to continue on the basis of the last rew years, the federal revrvu hoard In Its July bulletin declares that the war period In exportation lias conic to nn end and that It Is the duty of the Investing public to finance shipments needed by Kurope. Shortage In World. "There Is a shortage of many essential materials and commodities In the world nt large." the board snyv "Increased credit demand for coodi for export necessarily Implies relatively decreiiM'd supply of goods for domestic use. Demand nnd supply are equalized by changes In price, but such chnnges are In tin: circumstances here under consideration necessnrlly upward. If a large exjMirt financing process Is conducted by banks nut of credit the result Is to place the lluld credit of the country at the disposal of foreigners In purchasing nnd settling for domestic product which they obtain from American pro- ' t, 1M-1- pm s ly Tin Interior (if Victoria hull, nt tiiMittttful Cruuvn. Switzerland, kWccUmI nn tho cnpitol of the I'ngm of Nation. In thin gpnclouM hull will ht hold the convention of t lie Iohkuo und the Lenpne of Hod Cros Societies. Victoria hall was orklnally erected liy tin KhkIIkIi patron of music occn-ttloti- SHIPPING FRENCH WHIPPETS TO ROOMANIA ducer'." Such nn addition to credits not baed savings, the bonnl points out. would mean Inflation, Implying an Increased tendency toward tho bidding up of prices. In order to nvold the recurrence of such n menace the hoard recommends thnt the basis for exports should be found In the Investment market, that l In the saving? of the people and not nt the hnnks. "The amount of export trade securi ties to be held by banks must necetnr. . Uy be limited 1o n minimum figure," ' the board asserts. of export financing Itciiulrctncnts probably hnve been overestimated, the I hoard says, nnd adds that some part of the export demand would disappear probably when actual cotnmerclsl se curity would be required for protection of shipments. Recovery May Be Rapid. "It Is finite probable." the bonnl re mark", "thnt. ns Kuropenn countries ! themselves, succeed In their recovery townrtl n basis will bo much more rapid thnn I'nder the surveillance of a French armored cruiser French whippet tanks nre here shown being transported hns been expected. Far more time Is thniugh the mouth of the Dnelster river lu ltussla to Itou iimula. required for the expenditure or great sums In the purchase or goods than Is PLACING WREATHS ON GRAVES OF AMERICAN DEAD generally comprehended. Kxpendllures to be mnde ror pence purposes or for reconstruction will require care nnd patience If they nre to yield returns under competitive business conditions. They ennnot he overbnstlly made, and this will In Itself ease the urgency of the pressure for export financing. When nil these elements have been eliminated there will remain n very great residue of urgent Industrial requirements abroad, nnd these It Is economically and otherwise sound and desirable to finance ns promptly aud effectively as possible thnt foreign for our goods may be maintained, our markets conserved and our general position In world trade protected." on genuine Cer-talnl- "CRAZY HOUSE" IS TORN DOWN Owners of Freak Building Were Afraid Mishap Might Cause Claim for Damages. Salem, Ind. The "Crazy House," Inwhich has attracted nation-widterests since Its creation by the flood n few years ago, has been torn down , by the owners, who were fearful In the wenkened condition of the building thnt someone might sustain Injuries nnd mnko them liable for damages. The house was left In such n twisted condition thnt no two of Its walls. Its floors or ceilings were In the snm ' angle. In going through the house visitors usually became dizzy, and In somo Instances they became seasick. e es The Knights of Columbus are sending photographs of the graves of American soldiers, sailors mid murines to In this country The picture shows "Cusey" workers plating wreaths on graves. HUNGER AND DESPAIR IN GERMANY English Court Fixes "Barefoot Kick" Rate London. The lentil rate for kicking a gardener In "the place ordnlned by nature" has been established by nn Kngllsh court nt 2 shillings and 0 pvnee, which Is the amount Commander Forsyth Forest, was ussessed on the charge' of assault brought by his gardener. Tho evidence shuwed Forest was In pajamas und barefooted at tho time of the assault. Question; How much would have been had the the damn-gns&uWunt's foot been shod? Qood Man. Fills Us With Wonder. Death to God lives ubovo us, through the stars Death to u good man Is but pasting and Dtp heavens the above and the through u dark entry out of one little beyond, which we cannot penetrate dusky room of his father's house luto nor fully understand. The mysterious-OM- i unother that Is fulr and large, of hliu II if us with wonder. and glorious, Auonyuous. light-som- e, Two Sides of Bacon Worth $57. Lawrencchurg, Ind. Two sides of bacon sold by Knos (1. Huyes, a farmer, brought $37. Tho bucon weighed 100 pounds and came from one aulniul which weighed 000 pounds on foot and A highway con785 pounds dressed. struction, coutruvtor bought the bucoo. 'l bis Is u Op.cal buetie lu Uerllu, The hopeless sltuu tnui mid the lack of food bus robbed the people of vitality. V Page Eight THE CITIZEN is progressing Gilbert nicely. Walson, who has been sick for tho past four months, Is able to be out ngain. Farmers of this section are busy culling oats and hay. Virgil Richardson, an over sea has returned home. sol-tlie- r, .July 21, 1011). East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No corrrnpondf nfe puMUhr.! unlf 11 HUGH THOMPSON'S li not for publication, but lncd In full by the writer. Tht ntme an cfKlr nre of rood flth, Write plainly. OWSLEY SToville, COUNTY Parrot Some of the Parrot. July 21. people of Parrot attended the meet ing of Iho Sunday school workers which was hold at Mt. Zion last Friday. A. II. Johnson of Mcnifco county has been visiting relatives Crops in at this place recently. lliis part are looking fairly well. Willie Price and Herbert Cunngim left yesterday for Hamilton, 0. Andy Tincher's baby has been seriously ill for several days, but is reported some better. Bert Summers and wife were visiting relatives here Saturday night and SunBud Matthew left last week day. for Knkomo, Intl., to seek employ ment. Boh Gabbard and wife of Bond were visiting at A. B. Gab-bartoday--. Callihan Vester came home last week from tho army. Lawrence Cornett will begin his school at Letter Box today. George Gabbard is having trouble with his stomach. John Couch and "E. D. Arnold have gone to Harlan to work. Middle Fork Middle Scovillo The majority of the farmers nrc through tlicir work nnil arc enjoying a vacation; ami discussing tlio oil prospects of After n long tlio noifrlihorhoixi. vacation the children will listen to the school hell once more, beginning lulv 21. We hope that no epidemics will interfere with the work this yoar; a? the children need to be in school every day for the cntirj time. And then the gap made last year will be hard to bridge. Lazarus Rowland and Dillard Bonds attended church at South Hoonc-vll- le Inst night, and will attend at Mrs. George New Hope tonight. Brandenburg of I.ogana is visiting her mother. Mrs. Juriah Hyilcn, this John Bonds of Pittsburg week. was visiting his brothers, Robert and William Bonds, the first of the Charles Peters visited his week. father, John Peters, of White Oak, Florence Misses last Sunday. Mainous and Nell Neeley wore visiting Ethel and Gertie MePhorson last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Bessie Rowland spent Wednesday Mae night and Thursday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. RowThere will be church at land. Ciifty Friday night. The Rev. Mr. Parsons will have an interesting Miss Ruth sermon to deliver. Mainous, who lias been staying with her sister, Mrs. M. G. Strong, of Lexington, is expected home in a few days. July 17. Panola, July 21, Hay making, oats cutting, and blackberry picking still hold forth. John Cox is convalescing after a short illness. Wllgns Hunter is suffering with rheumatism. Mattio Broaddus has returned from n pleasant visit a! Richmond. Tim Rev. Lawrence Johnson held religious services ni Knob Lick school houso Saturday,) Saturday night. Sunday, and Sunday night. Robert Elliott an I family spent Sunday with the fain ily of Wallace Chrisman. Wallace and Willie Chrisman were in Berea, on business Saturday. -- - Jamev Benge is visiting his uncle in Rich-- 1 Olella Kindred was Hip inond. guest of Elba Chrisman Sunday. Blue Lick Blue Lick, July 20. Splendid 84-Ac- re Farm AT Public Auction ON THE PREMISES ON Frank Ma- tthews lias typhoid We regret to learn at his homo. that Isaac Davis, Fork. July 21. Robert Summers has hough! a drill and has drilled for himself a well. Dan Shellon got his arm cut very badly when he screwed a can top ofl; ho is improving. Ola, the Daughter of Isaac Summers, has been seriously ill. but is improving. John Lear made a business trip to McKe, Monday. U seems as though the correspondents County Jackson should wake up, as well as the rest. It has been a busy time with us, Travellers Rest but wc should do better than we Tli? have for the past few months. Mr. Travellers Rest, July 21. drouth has not been broken yet in and Mrs. Bert Summers visited relThe Rev. G. S'. atives at Parrot last Saturday and this community. Watson of Booncvillc preached at Sunday.. Joe this place Sunday night. Carico Brewer was recently discharged Carico, July 20. Brother Henry Chester Brewer's Lewi9 filled his regular appointfrom the army. wife of Mason, 0., is visiting rela ment at Flat Top last Sunday. Schopl be- James Bralcber of Berea took dintives here at present. -' gun at Travellers Rest July 21, with ner Saturday with S. R. Roberts. Mrs. Emma E. MrColIum as teacher. Mr. Bralcber is buying hog. E. D. Wendell Douglas McCollum grad Roberts and wife are visiting tho uated from the Academy depart latter's mother at present. Corn ment of Berea College and returned crops arc fine in this country. a num Saturday. Quite home last Ola, daughter of Isaac Summers, has ber of people from here attended been very sick with erysipelas, but make their future home, Their church at Necdmore Sunday. is belter at present. Jake Ford friends wish them much joy and a James Isaacs and son, Scigel, and and wife have returned from Hambuoyant, happy life. Mrs. Tom Breeding were baptized ilton, 0. There was a singing at Sunday afternoon at Spruce Fork. Ike Hines' last night. All report a GARRARD COUNTY nice time. Dan Shclton had the Major Paint Lick Major, July 21. Childrens' Day misfortune to get his arm cut ver Mls3 Fannie Paint Lick, July 21. badly canning berries. Berry canwas held at Union Chapel, Sunday, Dowdeu has. returned home from ning is the occupation of the day. Willi house arid yard full. There Hryantsvillo where she has been the was, church at Doe Creek, Saturday Sugar is so scarce one can't get any guest of Mrs. Floyd Curtis. The night. Robert Wadle was taken to near here for canning purposes. Misses Stella and Houlah West left May Robbins killed a large rattleLexington, Saturday, for an operaSaturday to virJt their aunt, Mrs. A. J. Tincher's tion. The news camo hat be was snake last week. C. A. Van Winkle, in Middlesboro. baby is very sick at this writing. getting along just fine. Mr. and Mrs. A. l. Wynn is visiting her parMrs. William Manious have gone to Dr. King is tho attending physician. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard, in HarE. D. Roberts and others are planMadison County to view them a Coyle Hryanl of Mrs. lan county. farm. Mr. and Mrs. Bard Ambrose, ning on going to Lynch to work. Coyle, July 22. Mack Turner of Hryantsvillo is spending a few wcck3 Nelson Johnson got snake bit Satur ol Berea, are going to make a visit Mrs. aunt, Mrs. John with her in Owsley this week. Win. Mcin- day night, tho snake striking out Illinois visited his A. H. Wynn from under the house floor. He did Glossip, last week, also friends and Bradley Montgomery. tosh filled his regular appointment Mrs. Ed- was called to Lyman, Thursday, on relatives on Red Lick. on the third Sunday in this month. not get to kill the snake. ward Berry of Ohio is visiting her account of the serious illness of his Miss parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pal Powell. wife's mother, Mrs. Howard. CLAY COUNT.Y JACKSON COUNTY Mr. and Mrs. Ilollio Lake returned Fey Ward of Marian is the guest of Vine her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Green Clover Bottom Vine, July 19. Grass cutting is lo their homo in Ohio, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Horaco Cox were tho Ward, who are spending the summer Most Iho go in this community. Frank Clover Bottom, July 20. parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. everybody around here will begin Ponder, who has been in tho service, guests of Mrs. Cox's mother, Mrs. with her Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Criscillii Mr. and Xoc Jiles , Hunter, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Leonard is at home. their school tomorrow. Thursday tor Abrams, who has been very sick, is Pennington arc visiting relatives in Mrs. Roy Kelley spent Sunday with of Hyattsville left to visit relatives Mr. and Mrs. James; Gentry, and at Williamsburg, county tills week. Sunnot doing much good. They have a Garrard Mr. Diere. Willie Rogers has returned a trained nurse from Berea waiting day school is still progressing nice tended church at Speedwell. Talton Wheeler, of ly at this place. Mrs. H. C. Morgan and Mrs. Walter Lake visited Mr. from France. Willie Baker, who has on him. and Mrs. Robert Lako Sunday after- Hyattsville, leH Wednesday for Colobeen over sea, has received an hon- is visiting relatives at Fogcrtown. Mack Turner of Illinois and rado, whero ho will marry Miss orable dischargo and has returned Burley and Chester Pennington have noon. Miss Dovie Powell of Red Lick sur Claudia Speaks, who was onco a resH. N. Dean left for McKeo gone to Ohio to seek employment. home. go ident of this county. Mr. Wheeler this morning and will go on from Fred Ponder of Malcom spent Sat- prised their friend' Monday by ing to Richmond whero they were is a prominent young farmer, and thero to the northern part of tho urday night with Matt Pennington quietly married. They left immedi Miss S'peaks Is a very beautiful county electioneering. Jim Seniors at this place. uteiy for Illinois whero they will and accomplished young lady. Tho from" France paid Zella Dean a visit MADISON COUNTY Sunday evening and reported a nice Panola A largo crowd from Cave time. of To We have been Panola, July 17. Springs attended Sunday school at having some good rains tlie past Durham Ridge S'unday and reported Commission Bob Smith is. gtvlns week which wero greatly needed. a nice time. H. N. Christopher Robinson has returned 25 cents a gallon for berries. I find that it is impossible for the two candidates, E. C. Kash Dean's Grist & Flour Mill will not from France. His many friends nrc August 1 on account of the glad to havo him in their midst run and myself from the 9th Congressional District, to make a propMiss Mary Mcintosh, who election. Wo hope nobody will bo again. er race for the Railroad Commissionership under the peculiar Howard, has been living with her grandTaylor, disappointed. existing circumstances. I find Mr. John B. Eversole, from the and Henry Abrams of Clover Bottom mother, near Leighton, has returned . 10th District, which already has a candidate for Secretary of John and Hiram Colo of have gone to Ohio to work n white. homo. State, asking that he receive this Railroad Commissioner nomHurrah for Tho Citizen and all Us Ola arc visiting relatives in this Our school at this place ination. This is in spite of the fact that that strong, capable, section. readers. ay grand-daughter, one of our most prominent farmers, is yet in the hospital, following n Clyde Johnson serious operation. has returned from over seas, after an absence of eight years, having been in active service with the artillery, corps in Mexico, France, and Germany. His experiences are more thrilling than Alice in Wonderland or Stanley in Africa. "Harold Terrill, who has been in Germanv, II is n most rehas returned. markable anil noteworthy fact that of the thirteen soldier boys from this section all have returned without . injury except one, Stanley Johnson, who is yet with the marines, but is believed to be safely A bevy of Berea's on his way. fairest and most cultured young ladies, accompanied by a number Of gallant young men, relurngd heroes of I he late war, chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Campbell of Berea College, motored out to the home of T. J. Flanery last Friday evening. Music and games were enjoyed until a late hour, when refreshments were served and the joyous party returned1 through the moonlight to their homes. The people of this neighborhood were privileged to enjoy "showers of blessing? Sunday. July to 10. as it is not often granted mortals of this mundane, sphere meeting with dinner on an all-dtlio ground. Berea Faculty contributed her wisest and most capable speakers, her best trained and selected singers, her thoroughly equipped teachers anil splendid students, that by united efforts lifted Blue Lick for the limo lo a seventh heaven of harmony and enthusiasm. Wholesome food furnished by the housewives of the community was lavishly dispensed and dispatched with a prodigality that would have turnel Mr. Hoover pale. We hope the good effect of this meeting may prove lasting and promote endeavor on our part. Monday, July 2$, 1919 At 10:30 o'clock A.M., Sharp This farm is located four miles from Stanford on the Stanford and Htistonville pike, in splendid community and all in grass except about 15 acres. This is fine hemp and tobacco land. Never-failinwatered and well fenced. The improvements consist of a nice residence, spacious porch, good cellar, tenant house, large barn and all other necessary outbuildings. Splendid cistern right at door. This is a DANQY little farm, just the right size, extra good dirt, located right on good pike and no better community in State. You know that you can't pick up places like this every day. Mr. Thompson has a ranch in the West and must go back to it. His mind is fully made up that his place must sell. He has instructed us to sell this place for the High Dollar without reserve or mit. It will be an Absolute Sale. You name the price and take the property. Remember that this must go regardless of price. So be on hand promptly at 10:30 A. M., Monday, July 28th, 1919, and take advantage of this opportunity to get a fine farm, right size, well located, etc., at the right price. Terms easy and made known on day of sale. For further particulars, see, write or phone g two-story six-roo- HUGHES & McCARTY, Stanford, Ky. Col. John B. Dinwiddie on the block BEAUTIFUL GENEVA, CAPITAL OF THE WORLD r i' um Vh'NH ' .. . of Iho Tin- - priicliiiuutloil announcing Hit of deneva uh the t In Geneva, Tho Length' of Nation Is being rend before the pulmv of council of xtnte anil tho Mute oIHcIiiIh ure In utteiiilimre. Juf-tlc- the Republicans the Third Railroad District Lick ball game. Salur-- j day was a victory for the Hurgin team. Little Miss Helen Todd spent! last week with her cousin. Geneva Logsdon. Several members of Mr. Ramsey's family havo Hurdelte smallpox, but they are goltlng along as welt as could bo expected. Joe Hoain's family have' smallpox. Mrs. Farris and children from Louisvillo wero guests of Mrs. Hoss Robinson llen Taylor, of over S'unday. Hackley, died suddenly, Thursday night. Tho burial took placo nt flil-ea- d, Sunday. Mr. Taylor was seventy yenra old. llo leaves a wife, three sous, nnd ono daughter. Ilurgm-Paint and Jean Hroddits. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Wylio, of Paint Lick, were guests, Sunday, of Mrs. Ilhoda Wylio and children. Miss Hemic Mont gomery Is visiting her brother, Otlio Montgomery, near Frankfort. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Arnold are welcoming a daughter at their homo. Miss Fannio Dowdcn, of Paint Lick, is visiting Mrs. Floyd Curtis. William Scott has returned homo from France. Tlio sale of Floyd Curtis', on last Tuesday tho 15th, was well attended; the entire farm of 152 neres averaged $271.33 per acre. Mrs. Carl Curtis, who has been very ill, is some better at this writigji. j No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Hour Returns to its before-the-wa- r high standard of quality Once Tried - - Always Used and able 10th District Republican, the Honorable James W.Turner, of Paintsville, at Lexington, withdrew from the Railroad Commissioner's race in order that the Honorable Fred A. Vaughan, from the 10th District, could have the nomination for Secretary of State. Mr. Eversole is not equally fair. I think more of the 9th District and my friends and associates there, and of justice and fair treatment to my friends in the 9th District, than I do of this office. I think it right to leave it to the Republicans of the Railroad Commissioner District to say whether the 9th District shall have representation or not. I therefore am withdrawing from the race. Very Respectfully, CLAY CISCO (Adv) r Brrantsville Miss July 20. Hryantsvillo, Maymo Ballard left last Sunday for Washington, D.C, whero she, hold a position of bookkeeping. Mrs. Miss and daughter, II. Halcomb Mary Hello, wero guests last week of Mrs. Hlioda Wylio and daughter, Miss Klhel. Misses Linda and Jean Ilroddus wero guests last week of Miss Lcttlo Droddus. Miss Mary Hello Halcomb attended Miss Ilrodhouse parly last dus' delightful week given iti honor of Mlss.es Llda MEXICANS KILL MINE HEAD Theodore Patterson, British Subject, Murdered by Bandits fi the Conception Del Oro District. Jul y21. Theodore it subject and of the mines of the Muzupll Cupper company In the Conception del Oro district, state, of .iiratcciiH, Ilex. Ijireclo, Ter., Patterson, u ItrltUli super-Intfiulei- tco, whs murdered by Mexlcuu tmndlta, according to a dispatch received by officers of the company here.