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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): August 7, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 cit1919080701_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): August 7, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. HE RE A COLLEGE BEREA Knltrtd attKt tlAM r, PUBLISHING Portoffir AYrry CO. nn4 (INCORPORATED) WM. G. FROST. unJttr Atlaf MartK 171, Thrltn at Hrrta, A'v. at litre. K., at iibtihed Vol. xxr. Five Cents Per Copy, Davoted to t3a.e Intereat of tine The citizen Mjo-cmtaLirL FootdI Fifty Cents Per Year. Knowledge la Power a4 Uie war to koB up wife netfera Knowledge ia to read a good Newapaper. I1EREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY,' AUOUST 7, 1010. One Dollar and No. 0. The Greed Devil and High Prices "Everybody does it why shouldn't I"? So he puts the prices up and makes larger. profit. He forgets that wheat goes up, so must mule shoeing and cotton cloth Each man rcrtiembcrs his neighbor to do him. So comes distress, suffering and suicide, Congress has at last waked up. If necessary, as a drastic measure, why not limit the per cent of profit of steel maker, grocer and railroad, of packing house and shoe factory, all above io per cent to go to the state? What would happen? Better service, lower prices. ' Has any corporation cut its dividends to a reasonable profit? Increased wages, yes, but increased prices also out of if BOUND PEACE TREATY ARRIVES AT VERSAILLES pJ Q )QQQ World News Strike Riots In Switzerland Five killed, fifteen wounded, is the result of strike riots in Basic, Switzerland, according to official reports. Three warships were sent Strikes In Liverpool to pro- TREATY TERMS German Trick Is Confessed Oath Taken by r'oske Home Guards. In and flour. Ml ITARY REVO T FORECAST Nationalists In Berlin Set for Military Coup Political Air Surcharged, With Government parties tect Liverpool docks from rioters. who were driven from the streets by troops charging with bayonets. A policemen's strike is the origin of tho trouble: proportion. Massachusetts, by charter, limited the profits of the Old Colony Railroad to 7 per cent, all above that to go to the state. Well, the Bay State received nothing but the Old Colony gave the best service in the U. S. at the time and was the first to promise a pension for its employees. Greed can kill a country as well as whiskey. It saps consideration, kindness, patriotism. It breeds distress, suffering, discontent, anarchy. It adds to the numbers of the I. W. W and makes for riots, loot, and chaos. The government has awakened none to soon. In the same issue of a recent paper was the account of the enormous quarterly dividend of the U. S. Steel Co., over $22,000,000 clear of all expenses and tax. On another page a detailed account of the suicide of a destitute mother who burned herself and children to death, each firmly tied. Such distress and such gain cannot long nor do such contrasts make for National welfare and co-exist I l2aflHB"alillllll!i Kiiaiail Tin leather-bound for signing. copy of the peace treaty arriving ut (he palace of Kentucky News Cat-rol- i U. S. News .Chicago Drop agitation of dropped live bushel; pork security. Next Week's Citizen Next week's Citizen will be a special educational is- sue and will be of interest to all its readers. Education is more talked of now throughout the United States than ever before and the subject is so important that everybody should be talking about it. The cry for trained leaders and workmen in every trade and profession is louder than the history of our country records and there are not enough people prepared to answer. Read next week's Citizen and make a resolution to be prepared for some great service when the call comes. Prices 10,000 Majority for Black Asia result of the flow James. D. Black, In the con l test with Judge for tho Dcm price5iuestlon8 corn ocralic nomination for Governor, to eight per cent per 3a'& barrel. wins hy about 10,000 majority. r e H. C. L. In tho Eighth Kentucky district question, high cost of to 1111 the unexpired term flection of Congressman Helm, deceased. living..(was the subject of conference King Swope was elected" by 1,800 between Director General Hines and Railroad Union officials, represent majority. The-acut- Republicans Elect Swope Two. Million Workers Confer on ing 2.000,000 DROP IN HIGH COST IS COMING SHORTLY CRUSADE TO BEGIN FOR OVER. THROW OF REGIME OF FOOD. STUFF PROFITEERS. Grain Director To Aid Council of Experts When Officials Are Called To Outline Attack "Oood Law" In SUtutt Books, Palmar Says. Newspaper Union News Bervlee, Sle-Washington. toward mincing the high cost of living are exiceted shortly. While nil government art' working toward the end of alleviating unrest !.y restoring a normal level of prices, Interest (vo- Wrtrrn ters In Uic meeting of the conference called hy Attorn) (Icncrnl Palmer to .consider Uie best method of procedure, especially with respect to profiteering. The committee appointed hy the conference. Director General Hlties, Assistant Secretary I.eftlngwell and Chairman Colver, of the Federal Trade Commission, have heen engaged In an exchange of memoranda for recommendation to President Wlliion, who Is following all steps closely. The preKeiice of Julius 1 tunics. Di CONTENTS PAGE Editorials: The Greed Devil and High Prices; Next Week's Citizen. Plan to Dodge World, U. S., Treaty Terms. Slate News. y 1. PAGE 2. Halley. Writes. Y. M. PAGE 3. PAGE 4. PAGE 1 from Kdward Lieut. A. W. Hamilton 100 Homes Burned. C. A. Program. Serial Story. 'Local News Items. Living Monument to News Continued. Letter 5. Dead. PAGE G. Farm and Home. Sunday School Lesson. PAGE 7. Sermon. Action of Senate Hani to Predict. Eastern Kentucky Nows. Married Regulars to ho Segregated. PAGE 8. Salvador Politicians 8afe. San Salvador, Aug. 4. The national congress has Issued a decree granting unconditional amnesty to all political offenders during the last electoral campaign. Array Supplies for Louisville After a month of correspondence, cabinet consideration. opponents In having control of official (angled up with red tape, Mayor No one has come out of documents. Rhine Republic Smith of Louisville has the promise High. Prices Tackled by President the affair well, but the nationalists Berlin, Aug. 5. Dr. Theodore Few things have caused more sig probably have been Injured most. army of one or more carloads of "The real Import of the campaign Lewald, Secretary of State, is going in recent months in Wash rector or the United States Oral" Cor- supplies. War department letters nillcance Is mor olffTilflcant-than'inlg- ht appenr to Versailles soon lo resume .his- poration, at the. meeting gave- export are at varian-.J'aving"'bf "100 SngtouVtian Uie visit of the Brother discussion with tho Peace CoherIt Is not merely counsel to the Cahlnet members and per cent on fresh meats for the city nooa or locomotive rjigineers to at first sight. squabble about past history. Both ence relative to Mic establishment other ofllclals on the grain situation. consumer is expected. the While Houso warning the Pres sides hove been sparring for an nd' Consideration of a plan to sell wheat ident that unless the cost of living vontage because of the expected de of the Rhineland Republic, accordIn a free market, the Government abing lo Cologne advices. Three was reduced, they would be oblig cisive political struggle that Is ap sorbing the difference between the Four Moonshiners Taken Dr. Lewald is negotiating with proaching. ed to ask for higher wages. Stills Raided market price and the guaranteed price, "Despite the superficial tranquillity parliamentary circles in the Rhine-lan- d Agitators have been making inIs believed to he certain. .There nre Three moonshine stills were de for tho purpose or ascertaining the Indications thnt the Attorney Generul stroyed, hundreds of gallons of roads in the ranks of labor by using of life here, ever, Inner tension remains grfcnt as and possibly the late the wishes of the people, desiring Is giving especial attention to cases whisky and heer conlls,catcd and the cost of living as a means of as summer will see an attempt at a mill to submit any consensus of opinof profiteering, He has at his dls- four arrests made in a moonshine stirring up discontent within tho tarp coup hy the nationalists. ion which may be reached. Bavaria, jHisnl a great volume of Information Profiteering has existing order. "There were Indications of this In Wurtcmburg, collected by the Federal Trade Com raid along the headwaters of the Baden and Hesse have been going on since the Federal monarchist demonstrations by n couple niNslon, xhowlng production costs In Kentucky River in Letcher county expressed numerous wishes' to be Government relinquished control of of regiments last week, when there scores of Industries. While there Is no hy United Slates Collector Slephek was display new black, white nnd presented to tho Peace Conference. d law by which profiteering may be J. Cornet! and a posse. of deputy food products through tho United red flags with of appropriate music. More The Centrist party delegates for the and directly, Mr. Palmer has said sheriffs of Whileshurg. One of the Slates Food Administration over, some days ago n Hussion war voting districts or Upper Homburg Hint there Is "good law" on the statute stills was situated in a bluff overother agencies. flng wns hoisted at the palace by the and Usingen have again expressed Is belleed he will find hook, ami It looking and near the roadway. The occupying troops, and Is still flying. a desire for then-artho establishment of a a way to punish cni.es where President Impressed "Numbers of political arrests have been moonshiners wore taken to WhilesltWdcnecs of extortion. Tlie President was so impressed mnde under martini law In various Rhineland Republic, while the Mahurg and later to London to stand John F. Fitzgerald, jority Socialists from Upper Wiesby the statement maijo to him by parts of the country." who called at the trial. of MuKMichiiM-lt).- , baden and Upper and Lower Tunus tho delegation from the Brotherhood White Uoue to advocate Increased unanimously oppose tho plan for the of Locomotive Engineers that he INCREASE NORTHWEST POLICE wages, for Covernment employes, mado Big Hill Moonshiners Fight republic. public a letter which he had written to Sherilf Pelo Whitlock and a posse carried twelve copies of tho memthe l'rt'hldeiit hUggentlng that the engaged in a running pistol tight orandum back1 to the cxecutivo of Canadian Officials Consider Boosting Coal for Europe Mounted Force of 2,600 Nations Work planned discharge of navy yard emtho Big fices from bis study in the White Men. Together ploye be abandoned. From .'1,000,000 with two moonshiners in county House and directed that they be to 0,000,000 American children are not Hill section of Madison Shipping and fuel representatives Edmonton, Altn., Aug. 4. Official ad- of France, Belgium few bloodless given to tho press. receiving enough to eat because their in one of the and Italy conTho full- - momentum of tho agita vices irom Ottawa Indicate that the reparents are unable, on their present In- battles fought with mountain whislias reached tho President now organized Northwest mounted police ferred with Herbert Hoover, head of tion comes, to buy until lent food, Mild u ky makers. the International Relief Organizawjll Htatement Issued by the Children's Bu- Tho Berea section had complained that he is back-a- t the White House pnd be Increased to at lenst 2,000 men, tion, in Paris Monday and decided It Is prohnble. on account of the reati of the Department of Ijibor. that two illict distilleries were seeing callers. But it is said Mr. These are the children, the statement working overtime in the Hig Hill.--) Wilson had no idea that conditions liquor sltnntlon, that tho force tuny to urge the Supreme Council of tho Peace Conrerenco to appoint an Eutotal 2,700 temporarily at least. said, who often are pronounced hy bad grown so acute. During the closing mouths of the ropean coal commission to parents and teachers to be "Delicate," nud Deputy United States Marshal war, the number of scarlet riders In Ailing," "Lnry" or Just "Plain onery," Hugh Samuels joined a searching thef distribution or European What Can Be Done? the northwest had dwindled to 400. nlthrough their true affliction is mal- party composed of Sheriff Whitlock"! government do? Many of the hardy constables who re- coal in an effort to avert what What caji tho and Deputy Sheriffs Sanford Hush nutrition. threatens to bo a disaster. There are plenty of laws onj the signed from the force to serve the col and William Johnson, Beren. Mr. Hoover said that Europe's statute books to prevent combina- ors In Flanders nnd France, have reMICKIE SAYS They found where two distilleries turned tf the dominion and hnve en- coal production was 35 per cent be had been in operation, but did not tions in restraint of trade and to rolled In the corps. low normal, and that the United StvV. FOLKS' when you prevent agreements to keep prices Unci tint moonshiners.. Then some Tho order In council' extending the Stales could not offer rolior because" WRITE PIECES f tiU He PAPEtt, one hidden in tho underbrush be at flxed level. The President could territorial Jurisdiction of the corps ns or the shorlago or shipping. Dur PER THE LOVE OP rAVVCB, invoke many powers vested in him far east as the great lakes aatl westgun shooting at them. SION -- OUR NA.NC. tO'eNV SO ing his address Mr. Hoover said: The boss wont Thqovn 'epa The oillcers returned tho lire, but by Congress during tho war or until ward to the Pacific coast, provided for 'The rate or European civilization ON TH FLOOR FEft fA6 TO tho Senato ratifies the peaco treaty; a maximum force of fl.OOO men. If necnone was hit, sq far as learned. now rests in tho hands or tho coal essary. PVCU. VJP. He SANS AN these powers aro still in tho hands Qt Eucoal UNSIGNED Ufffea AIN'T AN reduce'german censorship miners and equal mine owners greater Headquarters of Trachoma Commis of the executive. rope to an If not to a Berrea than sion at Louisville 1 degree than in tho hands of tho pro $132,000,000 Surplus Food Headquarters of tho Trachoma Vice Premier Erzberger Issues Rule viders of food and supplies during More (ban half or tho $132,137,700 to Open Letters Only Commission of tho Public Health the next year." Occasionally. Servico of tho United Stales were worth of surplus food stocks hold by U. S. Cannot Aid tho War department July 19 is Imopened recontly on tho flfth floor of At Monday's meeting Mr, Hoover Welmnr, Germany, Aug. 4. Mathlas adthe Federal building in Louisville. mediately available for sale. In Krzberger, vice premier nnd minister declined to accept the permanentDr. John McMullen, noted tracho dition to canned goods and bacon, of finance, has Issued a rule that the lirectiou of tho Proposed EuroiH?an ma expert for tho Government sinco tho list includes $10,500,000 worth on censorship shall he applied only to Conl Commission, stating that ho be fresh occasional letters picked at random. 1808 and a surgeon in the Unjtod frozen fresh beef, $2,073,000 granulated This hns been decided upon In order lieved the problem to bo strictly States Public Health Service, who poultry, anil $1,178,000 In European and that tho situation is in charge of the trachoma com- sugar, which since has been sold to facilitate the delivery of business .cunnot he relieved materially by the letters going abroad. to the Sugar Equalization Board. mission, removed the headquarters slight help which the United Slates to that city under orders of Surgeon EXECUTE FRENCHMAN AS SPY can give. Louisville, Aug. 1. Reports coino General Rupert Blue, of tho Public Health Service nt Washington, be- of general 'rains throughout tho Marechat des Log If de Brabant Shot Demands Punishment of Mexican cause of tho central locality. For great corn belt or tho Middle West at Vlncennet for Having RelaBandits which means tho saving of millions tions With Enemy. tho past live years tho central Washington, Aug. 5. Secretary have been located In Lexington. of dollars. Rain was urgently ntl'd- bo-gParis. Aug. 4. Marechnl des Logls Lansing has instructed tho American Fighting trachoma in Kentucky ed in Iheso States, and tho fall do Brabunt, condemneb to death for embassy at Mexico City to urge tho yesterday and last night. nniLtho Appalachian mountain disMexican Government to tako prompt Kentucky has been fortunate, too. having malutulned relations with tho tricts, where It oxlsls largoly, was chief of the German secret service at action looking to tho apprehension In tho central and eastern begun hy tho commission in 1013, Barcelona during tho war, was shot and punishment or tho bandits who when Dr. McMullen opened ofllces at Vlncennes. on pago 5) robbed George N. McDonald, (Continued on page 5) on page 5) pun-lhec ltcprc.-.cnintive p. C The matter is up for workers, at Washing-Io- n, Was Germany Hungry Cleaning Out Garbage Cans Holding Advantages. Scooping dirty flour from Hie Cohlenz, Aug. 1. The plan of Gus-tn- v deck of a flour laden ship, offering Nnske, German war minister, to money and jewels for flour to tho the home guards by transferring officers in the port of Hamburg, them to the civil nuthorlty as ''local diving into garbage cans for food, " l pollre going Into effect. were experiences w'ilncssd on S. S. carryThe German newnpapers are ing ndvertlxements which say that re- West Wauenake according lo a ship cruits for the home guards "no long- oillcer. er" are required to take nri oath to defend the cnuntr- - against Invnslnn. Thanksgiving in France This obviously Is n result of Noske's a "feast of national gratitude" new plan. If the guards were bound was llej,, Momlay throughout ii) such an onm iney won 111 cieany ne and in the recovered prohibited under the terms of article France provinces or Alsace Lorraine. 117 of the pence treaty In An American nrmy bulletin says: the presence of great crowds mes"This Is the first confession thnt such sages from President Poincare, Prea pledge had been tnken bjt the home mier Clemcnceau and Marshal Foch guards. It confirms suspicion that were read. The exercises were of the home guards were Intended to be a religious character. In numerous a great reserve nrmy And Justifies further suspicion of the home guards cities school children visited the cemeteries to place wreaths on the In their new guise." graves of the soldiers of France and Monarchist Revolt Forecast. London, Aug. 4. lteuter's Berlin her Allies who had lost their lives correspondent hints nt grave political in the war, and everywhere homage tension In Berlin nnd the possibility was paid to tho men who had fought of an attempt late In the summer by to save the nation. the nationalists to carry out a military Roumanians Plundering in Budapest coup. Thirty thousand Roumanian "The polltk-a- l atmosphere In Ber. troops, including Infantry, cavalry lln," says the correspondent, "has become surcharged owing' to recent dis- and artillery, entered the city Monclosures nnd recriminations following day with a blare of trumpets. The them. The mnterlnt'thus far produced Roumanian forces, led by General Is fragmentary, hut the government Marghascu, passed through parties nre In the ndvnntage over their and other streets. n An-dras- sy ' r -- t.s..A.rs m . of-llc- es an Amori-(Coutinu- ed J Pnpo Six. TIIK CITIZBN August 7, tOlU. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Kobert F. Spcnce, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door Cash Premiums of $40,000 Is the Guarantee Fair Banner Beef Show fc'alaM'i Mb. ssiMK)iMBsMaM Vi'JSaT; CULL THE SLACKER HEN County Agent Spcnec and A. S. Clihpln, Slate I'otillry Spcclnllsl, will bo nt tho following placcj on lliu following tlnlcs to glu Poultry Culling Demonstrations. ' September 1 2:00 p.m. Mis. M. M. Iloblnson, Uerea. 4:00 p. in. Mr. A. I'. Smith, Uerea. September 3 9:00 a.m. Mrs. J. U. Htilutt, Hock-for- d. 11:00 a. in. George (JatlifT, Dispu-lanl- a. 3:00 p. in, Mrs. S. 1'. Cautlill, Con-wa- y. oMOO.a.ni-M- 9:00 a.m. 10!3O a. m. 3:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m. dly. September 3 , rs. Julia llice, Conway. John M. Hicc, Conway. J. K. Calilian, Conway. Mrs. Atkins, Wililie. September 4 Mrs. V. T. Hicks, Wil- Ilcturn to Uerea on the fourth. September 5 8:00 a.m. Mrs. J. L. Green, Uerea, Hotilo 10:00 a.nij 11:30 a.m. 3:00 p.m. 1. - p Mrt. Will Hales, Coyle. Mrs. Luther Todd, Coyle. Mrs. G. W.Totld, Uraas-fleh- l. September H. 6 C. 7:00 a.m. Mrs. Coomcr, .Speedwell. 9:30 n.m Mro. A. T. Hale, Speedwell. 11:30 a.m. Mrs. Luther Kimbcrlain, Dreyfus. 3:00 p.m. Mrs. Roy Kelley, Dreyfus. Roturn to Dcrca for the night. some farm whero the use of ground limestone has sweetened n Held so that sweet clover or nlfnlfa will grow. Another day a fanner who lias innde a success feeding hogs may he seen. Visit Charles Venahlc, Horea, Itoute I, nnd see his sweet clover; John Anderson, Hig Hill; and W. C. Johnson, Orlando. Visit Simon Muney and K. T. Fish, Herca, and see their hogs, feeding, etc. The farmer's wife could use the machine to call upon some woman who has installed waterworks or an electric light plant in the home. She might r.ake a point of passing some homes where the panting of shrubbery or trees has made tho farms especially attractive. Visit James Moore and Kd Smith, Matt, and sec water equipment. Visit ILL. Polls, anil Harry .Morgan, Whites Station, and sec country homes lighted. In other words now that a breathing spell has come use the car ns a pleasure and an observation car at the same time. Hy taking these little jitney journeys the car can lie made to pay for its keep by educating tho farmer and his family through seeing what other people on other farms happen to be doing. Visit Charlie Hlythe, William Stout, H. S. Terrill, and Hugh Parks and Go watch their silo construction. to S. P. Caudill's, Conway, if you want to see a good hull, 300. Visit J. W. Kiddie, Orlando, if you want to see how to grow melons and potatoes on the same ground. Visit II. O. Lamb, Wallaceton, for alfalfa. KEEP THE LAND COVERED TsawsMrwls Berea's Vocational Schools money-earning Training that adds to your general education. power, combined with FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commerce and Telegraphy. FOR T0UN0 LADIES Home Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School '(BBBBasMsws ' General Education for those lot far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid Improvement 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course For those who are not expecting to teach and who are not going thru College and desire more general education. It also gives the best general education for those who wish a good' start Id study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the best training for those who expect to teach. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend sehool through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. Read Dinsmore's great book. "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Berea College This is the straight road to Wlcge best training in Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department. 6th Door A Temporary twenty-fiv- e This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. Fer years the board has remained the same in Berea, but the unusual situation in which the whole country finds itself now makes it impossible for us to live oa the same money as we have in the past Nothing will pay the farmer so BE RE A BANK MEDALS FOR BOYS' v. oil as holding on to the fertility in All students do some work with their hands from six to sixCLUBS Tho National Hank of Uerea has his land. This valuable material teen hours a week as janitors or in the form, carpenter shop, printjusl pureln3?d twenty solid bronze can be washed away by the driving ing office, laundry, boarding ball, ofllec, etc., and receive pay which especially when freocs and reduces their expense. medals, worth $1.50 each, to be given h'S young man or young woman can get an education Any away as rewards to Junior Agricul - U:aws nave loosened tnc sou. Piit'on apahj nlnttlml illio Inln eilfil at Berea if there is the will-t- o do so. tural Club Members winning in their able-bodied division this fall. Tho Uerea Hank & Trust C6mpany is cooperating with the County Agent" in framing the charters for eight Junior Agricultural Clubs, which will cost $150. SILOS U. S. Terrill, Hugh Parks, William, Stoi I and Charley U'.ythe arc build- -, ing silos this, month. Qall and ,see these men, and do likewise if you have any eatUo to feed. SOY BEANS AND CORN FOR HOGGING The County Agent lias just made; a visit to H.T. Dunn's, Terrill, Madi son county, for the purpose of seeing results from, inoculating soy beans by using soil method. The following results were found: 13 nodules to the plant and 81 pods; plants fnorn two to three feet high. Mr. Dunn expects to hog this com and soybeans. Call and eco his wonderful" crop. Talk the matter over with him; you will enjoy it. MAKE JITNEY JOURNEYS nier and fall will save the fertility already in tho soil and add more vegetable matter to rot and make the soil drouth proof next season. If land is idle aLthis limo it can be put into condition anil sowed to crimson clover or vetch, U.aler rye, wheat or barley can be planted to grow all winter when the weather is mild. seed Sure, of course, is high priced; but so arc fertilizer and land. A ilrst-- c lass green co"vcr crop turned under in the spring will add fertility to the soil and at the samo time make cultivation an easy operation. Tho fanner who has had experience witl green crops, will need no urging; hut the agent hopes. some of those who have not own cover crops will try them this year and be convinced. . (if the $110,000 offered In prizes for through the fnbtn .Stock Yards In the will offer u live stock nnd agricultural exhibits at past ninety da)s und and the Keventeetitli annual Kentucky splendid opportunity for feeders Stnte Fair to he held In I.oulsvllle the dealers. Although n lesser mini whs assigned $JO,000 has week of September iipportloned to the llccf Cuttle to the beef cattle department last year lieen a most encouraging exhibition was the utitl Fulled and Feeding Cattle Departprement alone. In consequence, It Is ex- response to the Fair's substantial pected that the greatest exhibit "f "lie mium awards and, arguing from this competicattle In the hlMory of the Fair will fact It Is expected that the departhe entered for competition In this de- tion nnd auction In the cattle ment will ecllpe any former event In partment. A grent showing of wan the purpose of the State Fnlr Fair history. It management. In this gigantic llerefords marked the IMS exhibit, sum to the eattle division of the Fair hut u better one Is looked for this With $5,000 offered In the Shortto stimulate the rapidly waning Industry of oil tie raising and breeding and horn Division It Is expected that tlilr the Interest alrvtdy exhibited prows competition, which In open to the world, will bring forth an unusual the potency of the mow. Three of the leading brokers of showing. The lllnrkfared Aberdeen Angn America have entereil many carload f tho choicest klcurk und she htuff in have uImi developed popularity and the fntted and feeding cattle class are regnrded ns strong "comers." A Kentucky Futurity with JJl.OoO In and the wJiole allotment will be sold lit puhhc auction to be held on the nwnrils. Is announced for breeder nnd State Fair grounds, beginning Thurs- owners of the above nntned vurletlen day of Fair week. Jack Ijiwler, Slier-re- of cuttle. $1,000 is set aside for thv and I,ett and William Ilaulels and llerefords Shorthorns nnd Aberdeen Ilrother of Chicago, are the consignors Angus breed. The futurity Is limited to Kenturk) of three "curs of steers and two of heifers for the first, three enrs of rattle only and Is for animal undei steers and two of heifers for the sec- two yearn of age. There will be six ond, uud four curs of steers and one classes for each breed. The varlout rules nnd rings will he found In cataof heifers for the last named. These entries hnxe every one been log which will he mailed on applicaselected by competent Judges from tion to Fount T. Kreiner, Secreturj the many thmtands of cattle passing Kentucky State Fnlr, Uiulsvllle, Ky. t, sen-sod Mountain Summer School JaBe 6 ta JhIj 11, aid Jilj 11 to August 15 Berea College has established a Summer School to meet a It gives a program of courses for teachers of high 80I100I3 and graded schools, returning soldiers and sailors, students who wish to get college entrance credits or credits toward collego degrees, ard others seeking, general information. The work is adapted .to those who can cornel Jor Jive weeks, or ten weeks. There will bo a special week for ministers and religious leaders, and another week for farmers. distinct and growing need in tho Southern Mountains. SPECIAL FEATURES A number of scientific and popular lectures, musical events, and motion picture entertainments will be given free of charge. There will also be excursions to nearby points of historical and scenic interest. All the resources of the entire institution will be at the disposal of the Summer School. EXPENSES DON'T FORGET LIME Tho enormous rush of the early summer is gone. The farmer can now draw a long breath and plan to use his jitney for some littlo journeys about, tho neighborhood and over into tho surrounding country Tho farmer and his family can make these jitney journeys pleasure trip and profitable trips at tho same time. Plans can be made for a trip which will allow the family to visit CINCINNATI '- MARKETS, Hay and Grain. Corn No. 2 white J2.lfi02.lO, No. 8 white 12.M62.1S, No. 2 yellow $2.0S yellow $2.072.08, No. 2 2.09, No. No. 3 mixed $2.00 mixed 7.07, white, ear f2.152.17, yellow ear , !- ?2.112.1!(. Sound liny Timothy per ton, new J2532.fi0, clover, new $20024. Outs No. 2 white 81.. No. white 60tt81c, No. 2 mixed 70&O 80c, No. 3 mixed 7870c. Butter, Eggs and Poultry. Uqtter Whole milk creamery extras centralized creamery extras Me, Wc, Owner of Common Mongrel Flock firsts M'4c. WIU Soon Apologize for Its ExistKggs Prime firsts 42c, firsts 40'Ac, ence Keep Pure-Breordinary firsts 38c. Live Poultry Fryers, over 2 lbs, KEEPING POULTRY IN TOWNS (Prepared by the United States DepartRfic; broilers, VA lb und over, Xxr, ment of Agriculture.) fowls, 5 lbs and over, 28c J under G lbs; Especially In Suburbs of Large Cities It will not be long before tho owner 28c j roosters, 20c. Families Should Keep Small of u common piougrel Hock will apoloLive Stock. Flocks of Hens. gize for Its existence. Til Is the opinShippers $11 Id, butchei Cattle ion of the worker of steers, extra J1214, good to choice by the United States Depart $11012, heifers, extra $120)13, good (Prepared ment of Agriculture.) the United States department of agrito choice $11011.7O, common to fair When conditions render it feasible culture who Is u lender In the cam$7010.50; cows, extra $10011.25, good paign for more und better poultry on to choice $7.50010, common to fall small tlocks of poultry should be kept In south nnd southwestern Ar$007, dinner $505.50, blockers und by families in villages, town and es- farms pecially In the suburb of lnrge cities. kansas. In ninny parts of Arkunsas feeders, $7010.50. Importance of better poultry und Calves-Kx- tni $18.50, fair to good The need for this extension of poultry the more ellkient niiinageinent Is belns $14018.25, common and lurge $70 raising is particularly Kreat where conby progressive business 12.50. sumption exceeds production, uk In tho recognized men, commercial organizations, bankHogs heavy shipped northeastern states. Throned utilizaSelected good to choice packers and tion of table waste, scraps and other ers and others und they ure uctlve In $23, butchers $23, medium $22.75023, refuse us poultry feed much wholetheir moral und financial support In stags $10014, nnninon to choice heavj some food In the form with the government and of cms and fat sous $1401l).25, light shipper poultry for home ukp may be produced stute extension forces In their efforts piss (110 lbs and less) $21.50021.75, ro convince the farmer that standardments. at relatively low cost. $14020.50. poultry-extension Tho farmers in southern Madison county have used 11 carloads of ground limestone since January 1, tifo. The results can plainly bo seen. Let us not forget lime. All the soils of this section will prollt by an application of lime. Somo of them need lime more than anything else. the soil ricli in The sweet soil is ready to make the best lime uso Mt manure or fertilizer, ready to grow tho legumes which will till it with nitrogen and organic matter, the soil poor in The sour soil will not grow somo of the lime legumes at all and will grow few or none of them as well as the soil well supplied with lime. Use lime to grow legume, ind so lay tho foundation for permanent soil improvement and continued good ciops. Horea College Farm can show just what lime Ins done and what it is doing new. When you have some spare time call on the farm superintendent, and ho will he glad to show Call and you limo demonstrations. seo W. A. and John Johnson, J. W. Bralcher. C. A. Moore, Pleas Evans, Simon Muncy, Chester Parks, nnd a score of other good farners in southern M dison county and sen what they have done and hear what they have to say. Incidental Fee ..:.. 'Table Board, women Room Rent Totals Men Pay for Board Five Weeks Ten Weeks 110.00 20.00 5.00 ... ... 0.00 10.00 A Common Mongrel Flock 2.50 118.50 11.25 135.00 2250 No rebates are allotted to itudrnts who vslthdriw before the close ot trie period foremen payment baj been made. A deposit of four dollars ($4.00) is required of all students upon entrance. This is refunded when tho student leaves, provided library books, keys, etc., are returned in good order. Ten Weeks 95.00 Business Courses 2.50 Cabinet Organ, two 20 minuto lessons per week Voice, Piano, or Violin, two 20 minuto lessons per 7.50 week Uso of Piano, ono hour per day 2.50 .75 Use of Organ, ono hour, per day .50 Uso of Music Library 3.00 Class Work in Harmony Applicants mnst bring or ssad testimonial showing that thay an above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bt signed by some former Berea student in good standing or somo reliabli teacher or neighbor. The use, ot tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, Special Fees MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Fall Term Begins September 17. MORE AND BETTER- - CHICKENS bred Kiultry properly managed Is a paying Industry nnd that tho old hurnyard mongrel tjrn must Ret out uniform of the wuy for stundard-bred- , flocks. , The county agent of Drew county haw placed M) pens of one male und liar-re- d four females euch of pure-brePlymouth Itock and Ithodu Island Iteds on CO farms. In charge of a boy member. The and girl poultry-cluMontlcello Chamber of Commerce and the banks of Montlcello linve 'advanced the money to purchuse these purebred fowls und have assisted In their distribution. In addition to tho M) pens of chickens, over 100 .sittings hatching eggs have been of pure-breBcured foi the club boys und girl. Tim farm uud home demonstration ngents 01 Astuey, union una Desha counties ure busy with poultry-cluwork on farms und In the organization of poultry clubs. In euch of these counties un effort Is being made to enrolldouble lust year's poultry-clud b d h b On MnrA'b.12 the SojthweHteruAc kanshs Poultry nssoclntlon was orgnn-- Uel nt Magnolia with 18 cburter members. It Is reported that practically every business man In the town will become a member und lend Ids Influence nnd support for more nnd better poultry. Plans have been made to bold the stnte poultry show at Magnolia .November 155 to 2S, where the finest aristocrats of the barnyard will be Gathering Grapei. on display competing for the coveted gold leilW-s- . Tilt' pert tVeifr Art Ino" u"pper I'oultry nssoclntlon American mednl offered to only one association surface of the leaves throughout tho senson. Ants ure their natural eneIn euch state. mies, and some forms of ground-dwellifplders feid upon them. A MAKING WAR ON GRAPE PESTS number of purusltes aid In their destruction. Most Destructive Iniect It CurcNllo, In several cases practically comWhich Feeds on Foliage From plete freedom from uttuck has been Spring to Fall. obtained by upplylng two sprays of lend arsenate, three iounds of tho (Prepared by the United States Depart- paste form to fX) gallons of wuter, the ment of Agriculture.) In many localities In the eastern first Just utter the blossoms have part of the United States the grupe dropped nnd the second three or four curcullo, which feeds upon the leaves weeks Inter. Like the curcullo, the grupe root-borfrom spring to frost. Is the most de structive Insect urtucklng this fruit stages. Is Inconspicuous In nil of Kit The borers rarely kill tho It may be practically unknown In some places, but In nearby districts vines, but cause Infested plants to linmay appear In such destructive num- ger for years, making meager unnual bers ns to destroy each yeor from .If growth uud bearing reduced crops of fruit, the owner often being unawaro to 100 per cent of fruit on all grapenewly hutched vines that do not receive protection. of the cause. The Another Insect pest that Is a men- larvae feed entirely on tho roots, both ace to mnny grupe owners In the east- large nnd small roots being attacked. The borer feeds over so wide un nrcu ern part of the couutry Is the digging for tbi. pest us a pracwhich burrows Into the roots that and causes Inlurv similar tn severe root ticable method of destruction Is out of the question, und even soil fund-guil'Pin. .iimilln in tl h. tillPW.ytla m'tiinr ure, for the saino reason, of fully controlled by arsenical spray. doubtful value. The uso of fertilizers tho bulletin suys, but the only method nnd the application of other cultural of combating the borer now known Is methods which promote rupld, vigorthrough cultivation, which destroys ous growth, offsetting the root prunlarvae and pupae In the cocoons, und ing caused by the borei are the n tho practice of such culturul methods tin methods of controlling as will Induce vigorous und rupld pest. growth of healthy Ines. The adult curcul'o Is sinnll und In- Radicals Plant r Explosives. conspicuous, und a grupo grower will exploTurauto, Italy frequently lose within a short time un sives, said by police to have been entire crop of fruit without being placed by radicals In order to terrorize ublu to determine tho nature of the persons during the proposed general enemy, Tho grupes will suddenly bei. strike en July -- 1, exploded near come wormy nnd will bo ruined. At Five persons were killed. Parts grapevines of their bodies were thrown several about tho time Concord bloom the curcullo beetles emerge hundred fit it In the air. No damage from hibernation uud uppeur upou the wus done to the railway Hue. er root-bore- r, ts best-knowHigh-PoweHigh-power C'lilu-tom- - An Owner Will Take Greater Pride and Qet, Better Profits From a Good Flock of Uniform Birds. ng Annual 7. lOIOi' IMMUVID TUB CITIZEN Page Seven, linirolN INTk,MTIONAt SDNDfifSODH, Tlie Relation of Joy to Success By REV. HOWARD W. POPE Moody Dibit loatiUM, ! ACTION HARD OF SENATE WEST POINT GRADUATES TO STUDY UNDER PERSHING Lesson p. D., ill II, KITZWATKH, Teacher of Kngtlili lllbte In the Moody III Itllil. Institute of Chicago.) (Oprrltht, Hl, w..ttn Nawipapur t'nlonl Hr HKV 10 PREDICT r Chlctfo BOTH SIDES OF THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS CONTROVERSY SEEM TO BE DETERMINED. I LESSON FOR AUGUST 10 WINNING OTHERS TO CHRIST. LEHSON 1). SO. TK.XTR-A.-- la If there Ih nny conscious sin In a (10LDKN TKXT Ye ahull be wltneaaea unto me both In Jertianlem, ami In all person's life It Is lmprlhle for him Judea, and In Pmtiarla, anil unlo Ilia ut to do effective termnat part of the earth. -- Acta li. ii personnl work. 19:1. ADDITIONAL. MATKIttALl.ilk Only thri! who M;W. It. Hi John S Ml, Acta 3:I7-Z1- , I'lllMAKV TOPIC Helping other, to, h n p p y In know Jf.ui (Acta 1I.S-IStheir relntlon to JUNIOIl TOI'IC-Telll- ng our frlenda !..; Junta it TKXT-nt- or unto ra the Joy of thy salvation anil uphold me with a wlllInK sptrlt then will I teach tranngreisora thy ways and sinners shall be converted unto thee.-P- OPPOSITION IS NOT UNITED s. 11 1!, 11. n Proponents of Treaty At It Stands Count on That Fact Milder Objectors May Not Accept Draitlc Report of Lodge Faction. EDWARD B. CLARK. reservn- Washington Amendments, Pons. Interpretations thee three methods huve been suggested by urn-atopponent of the League of Nation's covenant us furnishing proper It to their liking. mean of I nny one of the methods to prevnll? Naturally enough the proiMinents of the league In the senate, .and those outside the senate who ure of the administration's view, hold firmly todutr ' to the belief they have held from first, that no changes will be mude In (he covenant and that the United State will nilictliin It Just lis It u brought from Purls. On the other hand, the opixuients of the league declare (Misltlvely that they have tlfty-onvotes In favor of certain chunges. With the of opinion ns It Is. It Is of course next door to to predict the ImiMisslble definitely outcome In the senate, but It Is possible to set forth certain existing facts In the case which men here huve to face, whether they like them or not. The committee on foreign relation of th' senate which now Is discussing the covenant with u view to milking n report thereon, hold n majority which Is opiKjsed to the League of Nations ns the president presented It. It Is a fact also that the majority In opposition In this committee Is composed of men particularly In favor of drastic amendments, n condition which doe not exist so fur as the main body of the opponents of the league In the senate Itself I concerned. Count on Divided Opposition. In other words, the proportion of opponents to any kind of a league In the foreign relations committee U greater than the proiKirtlon of like In the senate Itself. There ure many senators In opposition who are on'y partly In opposition, u condi tion which does not hold to the same extent among the opposing members In the foreign relations committee. The proponents of the trenty In th senate are depending for the final sanctioning of the document Just as It stands on the undoubted fact thut the opposition Is divided as to what kind of changes should be innde In the doc ument. The proponents of tlio league feel thut where opposition Is dlvlde-as to ways nnd menus It may tire It self out In the efforts of ench faction to have Its way and thnt eventually acquiescence In the whole covenant will come. On the other hand the opponents of the treaty, whether they are of the strong school or the mild school, are firm In their statements thnt eventually they will get together und propose certnln changes which nil of the mem hers of the opposition can agree to, nnd that with harmony the amendments, reservation or Interpretations, what ever they are, will be adopted by a small but certnln majority. f the trenty today nro Opponents wondering If the president. In case he should find that the opposition suc ceeds In harmonizing Its Internal dim- cultle nnd In fixing upon a program of mild changes, will accept these the changes rather than withhold treaty, keeping It In tlie state depart incut, ns he hns n right to do, for further reference and Ue. No Amendments, Says President The nnswer to this questioning mood of the opponents of the trenty ns It conies from close friends of the ndmlu Istratlon Is that Mr. Wilson believe thnt nn amended covenant, that Is the covenant amended ns the opposition bus suggested, Is almost us bad as no covenant at nl, so fnr a the pnrtlclpu tlon of the United Stntes Is concerned, ml Hint It must be n case of the cove nant us It Is, or that he will not give adverse action administrative sanc tion. The leader of the opposition to the league, who ulso happens to be the Republican leader of the sennte. Is having his difficulties today, und there Is nn Ilepubllcnn to deny It. Ills chief difficulty lies In tho fact thut whilst he seems to be convinced that he bus it majority bnck of him In opposition to the covenant, this majority Is divided Into schools of thought. It will take canny lenderhlp to bring all of the conflicting schools together. Another trouble which confronts Senator Lodge Is the fact thut the majority of the foreign relations com mtttee, with himself as Its chairman and lender, probably will formulate a report which will be too drastic for the ucceptauce of the milder opponents of the league on the floor of the sen ate, Democrats as well as Republicans. for there are two or three Democrats who are opposed to the league Just as there are some Republicans who are In favor of It. Old time senators and the elder gen eratlon of Wanhlngton say today that never before so far as they can remember has there- - been such uncertainty at to the outcome of any treat Issue which has been before By e Hi-e correr-pondent- ore the Two hundred u id twenty-sevesecond lieutenants, rev en ot W"t I'n.nt, siilletl for 1'ruiK-- to report to Retieriil Pershing for study of the strategy of wnr. They will visit the battlefields of Kurope under tho guidance of military experts. n INTKItMKDIATK TOIMC Wltneaaln for Christ , HKNIOIt AND ADULT TOPIC Per. il evansellam tlie duty and privilege of nil ChrUtlaria atiout Jeeua (John 1:40-41- - can Lord hope to win others to him. WAR-BATTERE- D CZECHO-SLA- V SOLDIERS sn j I. Paul Called to Macedonia (Act l(I:fM'J). , '1 lie Inclltintlon of Paul ami hi com imnlmi wn to tiirry In the province of i Asln, preaching the Wonl. Init tln-were hurried along ngalnst tlirlr Inclination. Itcnllzlng Unit the Spirit knew best they obeyed. In tlio guidance of tin1 Spirit we lltnl him Just as nctlvi' anil as fnlltifnl In clolng doors ns In opening them. Those who art iIIhivi1 to do tlio ulll of (toil should herd this fact. Itelng hemmed p on nil sides. Paul nw in n vision n mini of Mice-donl- n pleading for help. Up now suw dourly tlio mystery of the closed door nlKitit him. An rood n the tllvlne wny win known they rendered Immediate obedience Ax true servants of (Soil they Old not piestlin til wisdom nor delay action. Christ, the Divine serv-nnIs tht nit tern of obedience for all time. II. Paul Winning Lydla to Chrlit (Acts 10:13-1.'.Willi 1'iitil a leader, the missionaries went to I'hlllppl where they njient sev-erday studying the condition there. The Jewish element In the city was very Insignificant, a they could not afford a synagogue, making It for the devout people to fre0i'nt the rlrer side for worship. To till humlile gathering Paul came and prenrh"d to the women gathered there. A certain worn in by Thinllrn n proselyte, he lleveil In hi message and wa hiiptlzed. The work of the Ionl here had n very humlile beginning, hut It wni destined to transform all Kurope nnd the world. I .yd Im In n typlral conversion, therefore It Is worthy to note 1. Iter nttendnnce' at the place of prayer (t. 13). 2. She listened to the preaching of the Word of God (vv, 12J4), 3. Her heart was oencd by 'the Ionl (r. 14). 4. She n tmpllr.nl (v. 1.1). T. Her household helleveil (v. 13). III, The Blessed laaue of Soul. (James 5:10. 20). Is the The business of s most ImiMir'nnt In which u Iiiiiiihii can en"uge. Anyone who ha been suved enn jolnt tost soul to the Savior Christ came to save the lost (I.uke 10:10). It Is the blessed privilege of all Christians to Inhor together with (lod In rescuing the perishing. The Is twofold: of 1. It save souls from death (v. 20). Meditation "I"n the three word "save." "Ktit," "death." will make u conscious of the tremendous We must realize of the value of the soul hefore we can Klve ourselves to the work of saving them. A soul Is of more value than the whole world (Matt. ftl:20). Clod Tallied toul so much that he gave Jesus to die fur them (John .1:10). 2. "Hides n multitude of sins" (r. 20). fJod's way of hlillnc sin Is to save men from it Kvery sinner hns n multitude of sins, therefore every soul saved hides that uiullltiidt of sins. When sins are thus hidden they urn out of Ood's slpht forerer. "A far as the east Is from the west, so fur hath he removed our trnnKKresslon from lis," (I'sftlm 103:12). lie remeiuhers our sins ii ku Inst us no more. (Isa. 43:25.) y t. nn'i-ssiirWln-nlno soul-suvlnbe-1nlt ImiMir-tance ner, were no strange thnt lost his power, or thnt sin- It was not On-vl- d longer being converted under his ministry. There was sin In his life, und ho knew It, and hence his hearty confcMon nnd pleu for mercy. Persuading people to repent Is n work so delicate and difficult that It Is useless to attempt It unless we ure right with Cod ourselves. At n time when there was some religious Interest at Princeton college one of the students offered hlmselr in He wns assigned to see ii worker. ii certain man. When asked about the result in his visit, he replied: "Oh, I made no headwny. It was a great mistake to send me there. When I usked him why he was not a Christian he looked nt me and snld, 'Are you n folr sample of Christianity? 'Yes, I think I am about the average.' 'You uref 'Yes. Then I do not wnnt to be ii Chrlstlnn.' " Thnt nnswer went straight to the mnn's heart. He knew what It rnennt. The unbeliever had neen him client In examinations; he had heard him say things that were not true; und he had lost all respect for him. It Is not enough to be sinind In doctrine; one must nlso be consistent In life. And, even when the outward life Is exemplary, there may bo n secret, unforgiving spirit, or unwillingness to do God's will, which A buttullou of CzechoSluv soldiers trom Slherlu on their way to Cuiup Kearney, California, for rest and recuper ation. Tliey are shown tnurchlng from tlie San Diego pier on their way to the Kearney base hospltul. QUEEN OF SPAIN OPENS RESTAURANT IN MADRID hinders our usefulness. A lady once said to me: "I am tint daughter of u minister; I nm n graduate of Wellesley college; I havo taught Sunday school ever since I wai fifteen years old, und yet to the best of my knowledge I have never led a single soul to Qhrlst," . .'. "I thought that all your boys became Christians lust Sunday." "That Is true; but I had nothing to do with It, anil that Is what Is breaking my heart." "Do not be too sure of thnt," I replied; and then I Used an Illustration something like this: Suppose thnt chandelier was suspended by a chain Instead irf u rod. What link In the chain do you think would be the most Important, the first, or the second, or the lust one" "I do not see as there would be any difference. If you take out any of tlu.ni, the whole thing would cume BtJVMQ'V'' iEstrsfHLlitiaaiaaiaaiaaHk Queen Vlctorlu of Spuln (extreme right) wntchlng the first meal being served to the hungry poor of Mudrld In restaurant she opened to relieve their suffering. down." "Now, In "Very true." I replied. the lung chain of events by which Ood brings any wondering soul buck to himself, which Is the most Importnnt link, tlie first, or the fiftieth, or the THOUSANDS OF FOREIGNERS SAIL FOR EUROPE 0(Sen to the Light. true Chrlstlon aplittle white tlower us we see In the spring of the year: low nnd humble on the ground; opening Its liosom to recelre the pleasant beams of the sun's glory; rejoicing as It were In n culm rupturo; diffusing ii round n sweet fragrance; standing peacefully and lovingly In the mliKt of other 'flowers round about; all In like minuter opening their bosoms to drink In the light of the sun. Jonathan Kdwards. ii decision occasionally?" "I do. I believe that God wishes nil nnd his children to be thnt he hns mude nbuudutit provision for Unit end." "I think there Is something wrong In toy life," she replied. I thought so, too, und so I waited for the Lord to show her what wus needed. In u few weeks she sent wonl that she wus now ready to devote her life to winning souls to- Christ. In this Instance there was some conWhat Trial It. scious disobedience thnt hnd evidently That which purities us Is trial, nnd stood In her wny for years. So long trial la by what Is contrary. John Mil- us there Is utiy such obstacle one canton. not pray with confidence, or speak with iower. We must bo utile to look ' Despondency and Hope, Ood In tlie fucu und suy, "Tlum know-cu- t Despondency U Ingratitude hopo Is thut I love tluv" und also look Qod'H worship. Henry Wurd lleecher. our neighbor In the face und suy, "You know that I am uuxlous for your conGrowth, version." To become like Christ Is the only thing In the world worth curing for, The Hand That Leads Us. the thing before which every ambition In old duys there were utigeU who of mun Is folly, und nil lower achievements vain. . . . Ketlect the chnr-act- camo and took tueu by the hand und of Christ nnd you will become led them away from the city of destruction. We see no like Christ. Henry Drummoud. augels now. Hut men are led awuy from threatening destruction; a hum! What Heaven Is Like. Heaven Is where love Is, and where Is put Into theirs which leuds them lore Is there heaven Is. Our homes forth gently toward u culm and, bright and the homes of our neighbors land, ho that they look no more backshould give to each of us some Idea ward; and the bund may be a little child's. of what the real heuveu Is like. er white-wlngc- The heart' of pears like lust?" "There Is no difference. If any ono of the links Is gone, you cunnot secure the llnul result." "Perhaps you did not spenk the final words that led your boys to decision, hut you have certainly spoken many earnest words that prepured the way for some one else to lead them to Who shall say that your decision. wonts were not just as Important us his?" "There la some comfort In thnt, I must admit." "Certainly; that Is why I said It." "Hut do you not think that every Christian ought to be able to spenk the Inst words which leud a soul to a The prediction that an exodus of foreign boru would mark the rouclusluu of the great world wur became u reality recently when three liners, pneked to capacity with foreigners, suited for Kuropeun ports. The photograph shows a partial view of the crowded decks of one of the vessels bound for Italy. SINKING OF THE GERMAN FLEET AT SCAPA FLOW The photograph shows a line of Uermau destroyers sinking at their buoys. the senate. J Pnpc Four. TUB CITIZEN August 7, 101(1 Berea College Hospital Drit Equipment unci Service l Lowest Cot, Ward for Men and for Women 1'rirnlc Room, Hatha, Electric Service. , GO TO .assBMaW MPii LLLLLh1 Surgery, Care in Come in and Child-birth- , GENERAL Eye, Note and Ear PRACTICE vllt an citablUhmcnt, which Ia a frlcritl In ncr1, and In reach of alt the people. Mrs. Eva Walden FOR . Kohkrt H. Cowi.rv, M.I)., IMiTslcInn Harlan Dudlky, M.D., Physician Mrs. Anna I'owt.ll Hackktt, R.N., Stiperlntemlent & Mk. IIclkn Stcarn Siiartk, R.N., Afltnnt CHANGE IN RATES lleginnlng March I, the rates for board and room of private patient will be $15 to f 18 per week. The rates for patients eared for In the (yards will remain the name $t per day. llj Order of Prudential Committee, Herea College, Coats, Suits, Dresses, Skirts, Waists and Fine Millinery 1 LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, OATUERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A Ladies' and Children's Hats See Our. New Fall Line 1,800,000,000 Dollars in Gold EIGHTEEN M Best Blacksmithing Scientific horse shoeing, fine iron work and repairs of all descriptions at tho College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citiicn ad. Office. Baker L. & Many express regret at the depar ture from Berea of Dr. and Mrs Logsdon, Dentists Office Hours from 8 to 5. & N. TIME TABLE( Northbound Train Train Train Train Train Train .Mr. No. 31 No. 38. No. 32 No. 31 No. 33 No. 37 3:38 a. m. ,12:50 D. m. 5:31 p. ,m. 12:46 a. m. 12:25 p. m. 1:10 p. m. Southbuond and .Mrs. Doddridge B. Russell announce Hie marriage of their daughter, Jennie Itiunette, to Mr. Arvid 0. Siler, on Monday, the twcnty-Hr- st of July, one thousand nine hundred and nineteen, at Philadelphia. Pa. They- - will be at home after the fifteenth of August at Mar-for- k, W.Va. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Eads and little son of Corbin spent the wool: end with relatives at Bcrca. Mrs. C. C. Hendricks of Richmond is visiting her brother, W. P. Montgomery, on Jackson street. William L. Dizney, of the fatuous iOtii Field Artillery, of the 5th army division, over seas, lias been mustered out and is now at homo with his parents and friends. William H. Dizney and wife of Central City, .N'ebr., stopped on their way from New York for a ten days' visit with the family of his brother, K. F. Dizney.' Mis Lorenn Hafer is spending her vacation with her relatives at Ludlow. Sho wilj return lo Berea the first of September. Miss Nancy Newby of Lexington has returned home after a week's visit with Mrs. Benton Fielder. The Women's Itelief Corps will servo dinner to Hie 0. A. It, on Saturday. It is hoped there will be an extra large attendance for we need all the members. Iloberts who leave next week for Southporl, Me, where they will spend a month or more with Miss Lucy Itoberts of Vassar College who has a summer cottage at that place Miss Martha Dean, who lias been spending tho summer at Battle Creek, .Mich., returned to Berea last week. Sale of household goods is adver tised at Dr. Iloberts' on Prospect street, next to Putnam Hall, from 3 to 5 Thursday, Friday and Satur day of this week. Mrs. J. F. Dean and Miss Pattie Moyers were shopping in Richmond .Monday of this week. The many friends of Will Dizney are glad to see him safe homo again from his service across seas with the A. E. F. Miss Fanjiie Moyers who has been visiting in. various places in the uorlh for the past few weeks,' ar rived in Berea Monday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. John Dean. E. D. Stafford is a Berea visitor this week. Edgar and Willie Blcvins, both re cenlly discharged from the service, are visiting this week in Berea with Mrs. B. F. (Sahhnrd. F. OInvled recently purchased he T. P. Wyalt property which lie lias been occupying on Chustnut C. 3 tree I. NOTICE Tho scarcity of Collego water, occasioned by the drought, requires that its use bo limited to the smallest amount possible. There must bo no watering of lawns or gardens, washing of motor-ca- rs or other vehicles, nor can any bo used for building, or construction purposes of any kind until a sufficient supply is assured. If all users are careful to con serve the water we shall hope it will not be necessary to cut any ono off. Prudential Committee Berea College By Tlios. J. Osborne, Secretary. NOTICE To WITH THE CHURCHES Union Church News Tho Sunday-schowith classes for all at 0:45. Preaching service ol hundred million dollars in gold is held by the Banks as the reserve of the banks which, are the members of the Federal Reserve System. This bank, as a member of the system, shares in the protection afforded by this great reserve. As our customer you also share in this benefit. at 11 a.m. Next Sunday will be Dr. Iloberts' final service in the Union church as his resignation has been accepted and he is looking for another position. Baptist Church Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Preaching services, 11:00 a. m. B. Y. P. U., 0:45 p. m, grayer meeting Thursday evening at 8:00 o'clock. Rev. John Cunningham, Pastor. ni r oerea xt . nationali Dante .. 1 PATROLS READY FOR NEW MEXICAN OUTBREAKS their sisler, power shoe repairing plant lias been put in place on Short street by Walter Englo and will be in opera tion in a few ihiys. A , u LOST Large black and while sow; wash ed Jown Silver Creek. Finder please call me. SIMON MUNCY. ad. FARM FOR SALE acres of. land situated on Clear Creek, Rockcastle county, Kentucky; well watered, 45 acres cleared land, the remainder in valuSchool house, able church, store, and postofllec convenient. Wire R. A. Swinford or write A. C. Hart, Disputanta, Ky. 2t p 5. 123 saw-tiriib- or. Economy Through Quality The Nettleton FOOTWEAR EXTRAORDINARY "Ardsley" For storm and rough weather wear, this very much favored Nettleton mpdel lends itself naturally to reproduction in a great many styles and materials. In Shell Cordovan or dark Tan Viking Calfskin two leathers hest suited to hard rugged wear the Ardsley ipakes 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 advernon-absorbe- Methodist Episcopal Church Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Preaching servico at 11:00 a. in. Epworth League Meeting 0.15 p. m. you owned on (he first day of July, Prayer meeting 7:30 p. in., Wed1919. nesday. But for the convenience of the people living in Bcrca and tho Sunday Schools country surrounding Berea, I have BAPTIST a deputy in Herea. You will please Attendance, W2; Collection, $8.02, call at my office or see my deputy, liihlus, is; J. B. Arnell, at Arnetl's store in. UNION Berea. Attendance. IOO; Collection, 81.87 Ben R. Powell, Tax Commissioner, Madison County. 3t-- 7 SUNDAY NIGHT SERVICE At the Pavilion at 7:30 Dr. B, II SHE DEFIES EVICTION Roberts will preach. We an' expecting a great service. Last Sunday a splendid young fellow made a ,stand for the better life. May the , II ret' null It I Kl tic f r good work continue. the Itio (irinelf Tin- - iiillllnrj lOHhortles i imtnc m, 1,1 , .lfy to tie As this will be the lat opportunity n.uly for imy new mi tiruik on the Met. an hur l r the people of Berea will hae to hear Dr. Roberts before he goes on MRS. ROBERT ALLEN DYER III KENTUCKY FAIR DATES his vacation, we bespeak for him, a Following is r list of the Kenlarge gathering, I'verylrftdy invited. tucky fairs and their dales, so far a hae been reported to us. SecSCHOOL AND FIDDLERS retaries are asked to report any The (iraded School needs a lot oi "missions or corrections. July 23 Ml. Storling, t days. things, and Bereaus have lo be vu- July iro Harrodsburg, days. lertamed and will pay for it. August & Taylorsvillo. 1 days. The school needs electric lights August 5 Uniontown, 5 days. m the assembly room, proper seatAugust & Berea, 3 days. ing and renovating that it may be August G Grayson, i days. used for popular assemblies at August 12 Fern Creek, nighl. Other expense should be In days. August 13 Pcrryville, 3 days. curred to make tho school hous August 13 Ml. Vernon, 3 days. better lilted filr its work. August 18 Lawrenceburg, 5 days. J Repairs and equipment cost. August 10 Shephcrdsvllle, l day. Bereans are nlready taxed enough. August 20 Liberty. 3 days. To raise the needed ,inoney ar( rangements have been made to have Jno. F. Deu J. W. Harntoa 'a Fiddlers' Contest in the Tabernacle 'on the College grounds, 8:00 p. in, DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE August 15. A largo number of celBerea, Kentucky ebrated contestants have entered for Commencement is over; but inthe $100 prize. It is expected that EE&S2B quiries for farms nnd homos in and needed funds will be raised. around Berea continue to como in. Now is the lime to list your proMEN WANTED Mrs. K. M. Davis lias lived In gov- perly, if you want to soil. Wo have Good wages. Permanent employhouses In Washington more inquiries than we havo places Kxperienee not necessary. for 10 jours, paying n annual rental ment. to sell. If you havo a farm, or Learning good trade. Cut out this of one dollar for one and live dollars lown property, to sell drop in at for another, and collecting rent from 'ad. ami send immediately to Jenkins llio Berea Bank & Trust Co. nnd 22 subleasing tenants. She refuses to Vulcan Spring Company, Richmond, VSISIHSF Jist It with us and wo will sell it if Stand a raise In rent and defies evk' lii.li,inii IV, ....... ., north ... flu. Kon- mllna .f Hon. tucky-OIn- o lt-- 'J Mrs. Robert Allen Dyer III, formerly you will prico it worth tho money. line. lilts Olga Purodl, duughter of Senor DEAN & HERNDON, and Senoni Horace P. Parodl of Dealers In Real Estate, Berea, Ky. mnrlago of Lieutenant The urn! Mrs. Dyer took pluce at Middle-tow, are herby notilled that it is your duty to appear at once at my office and render a list of all your taxable property that the lax County. You payers of MndUon ln ri-- jin ' ' I ornuu-nt-owni-- 11 f Gib-raltu- r. 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 Conn. Two-Heade- d Trout. d Glen-woo- F. L. MOORE'S St. Pnul, Minn. A trout, one of the nature freaks at tho state llh hatchery, Is thriving, according to Klien V. Cobb, state su- Jewelry Store FOR perintendent of Hull butcheries. The biiby trout Is now about 1 Inches long and gives promise of uttalulng ripe old ane. Mr. Cobb said. STRONG BIRDS FOR BREEDING Comb, Face and Wattlei Should Be Bright Red Eyet Bright First Class Repairing AND nt Fine Line of Jewelry MAItfST. BEREA. KY. tisement. and Prominent (I'rfpared by Ilia l'nlifil Statta Department of Agriculture.) Fowls for breeding purposes should be strong, beulthy, vigorous birds. The comb, fuee nnd wuttles should he of a bright red color, eyes bright und fultly prominent, head comparatively broad and Miort und not lon or pluAi-ag- e legs set well apart clean uud buiooth. crow-shape- J. M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut Street Accnt for ALSON BAKER . Berea, Kentucky Shoes the World's Finest ' Berea, Kentucky i Jl' 8old by Porter-Moo- OneDrop BouraonrouiiryKcmea drinking water earn uu prcveme wnuu Nittleton Men's Oourbon Remed Co.. Leilneton. rs dlrrhix, chol.n anil other rhltk dlieM. One 60e. lutlle mVe II irellgne of medicine. Tint botUe, lrif. tt 30. makn tl kallont. At uruirirlatB. or Itnl liw ra.il r.i.ru I Drag f 13170 unft u Md CURES Co. Atlglls,l 7, 1010. TUB CITIZEN BOONE TAVERN "The mat homt.lil(t and attractive holt! In Concert With 300 Singers and 71st Regiment N. Y. G. Band. Sunday Before the Fair Opens IHSJHHHHSPJijM agaaaaaaaaaaagaaaaaVKigli Kentucky." Bcrea College Management. First Class, Moderate Rates. For Students and Parents, Bnsiness'Men and Excursionists On Ihe Dixie Highway (HflSBVflMHruOS agfiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHHisiHPiVVPLlN J "iN'ae THE FIDDLERS1 MEETING Jhrca, Kentucky August malr by Babel's stream we'll weep To think upon our Zion An' hing our fiddles up to sleep Like baby clouts n dryin', Hut screw tho pegs wi' tunefu' cheep An' o'er the thairms bo tryin' O, rare lo sec our elbucks whecp An' n' like lamb tails llyin' Fu' fnst tho day." j, 1919 On .of mly tlirt'o (lays. There seems U lie considerable excitement nniong It A family Newipapcr for all thai U right till' PL'DpItt IlllOUl lllis disease broke out in Jack Jones" school. Irtfe, and interesting c liope it will soon tlie down- - 0. 0 l'nbllehd trry Thurxta? at Ilerra, Ky. Tharker Is in (hist vicinity threshing when!. Whent is .not turning BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (lncerpof aid) out very much. A. P. Oabbard lias WM. C. FROST, (wo or Ihreo cows yet to sell. If you are in (lib market belter call Subicription Ratet TAYAIILK IN ADVANCE and look thru them.--' The Citizen EAtor-ln-CU- tl Thfr Rli Month Ytr , ft.10 Montha u to I Vaughn's Mill. Aug. I. Your correspondent from .Ibis hamlet has oa. not been sleeping but only reposMlaainr nambera will be aladlf auppllnd If w ing. We have now awakened and are notified. Ubrralterma (Urn to any WhooLuIn new forua. Any one aendinc ua four yearly here we come with n harbinger. aubaerlptlona can reeetto The Cltlicn free for Two little showers the past week solo numbers. one year. Advrrtlalng- ratea on application. The view of the fair Itself, read for broke the long continued tlrougli', the gates toswlng wide on .the first nnd it makes (he farmers feej much celefirniirm In four years tmshadowcJ encouraged over (he situation, (In ADDING A NEW STAR by the clouds t f war, promises u jnucli more Is needed which we ArtafSry- panorama of striking beauty and im IriiHl will eonin soon. Clay The irressttenes?. As 7aFartT.c eye can Cily Times, with J. H. Hurgher edireach will he spread out the bounties tor, resumed its publication in May Nature has lavished on a fortunate land and the celebration should, and after a year's respite The suspendoubtless will, hold for many a far sion of the paper was caused on ac deeper significance, nnd arouse a greatcount of no! being able lo secure er depth of genuine thanksgiving, elllcienl help during the war. than tiny exlilbItloi 1ms heretofore ofMrs. Annie Kennon, of Kvelyn, is strlklnelv-milforiiieilav- - fered In intp Knlr history. spending some time with her mother. Mrs. diehard .Kennon. Creek one day last week. Deceased' spent Saturday and Sunday at Win-wW) years old and a Civil War rhesler with Mr. and Mrs. Grover Mr and Mm. Ed. Clark, who have been Willi relatives here for the veteran. He is survived by a wife Thomas-M- rs. Anna Williams and past two weeks, departed Tuesday nnd three grandchildren, whom they daughter, Addie, of Wallaceton, His remains were spent Sunday with her son, Tine in Iheir Overland Touring Car for were fostering. home in Kanas Oily. They were laid to rest at the John Patton Williams.. Mrs. Mollie Hammond, aiTimipaiiifd by Mr. and Mrs. G." W. graveyard near his (ionic. A band of Hamilton, Ohio, visited her aunt, (Mark who will spend about thirty of about llfly Gypsies passed thru Mrs. Isaac Harvey, last week. Mrs. Wf VI days with various relatives in (hat here the other day enrouto to Ellen Strtink, who is teaching at city before returning, whither they Beatlyville. The men "swaps Blue Lick, was visiting her sister, organized labor passes from tho deKENTUCKY NEWS (Continued from Page One) A (errille wind bosses" while the fairer sex tells Mrs. George fiallill, Saturday will (ravel by rail. mands for wage increaso to deand s'lirm passed over Spoilt Spring last. fortunes is their chief way of get- Sunday, Miss Nora Orton, who is in Lexington. Since that lime ho mands that the system of profits in Carter Reynold! has ad- leaching at Cruise Ilidge, spent Sat- has established five hospitals for Industry be overhauled." Tuesda. completely demolishing ting by. building at that point, vertised bis two farms lying near urday and Sunday with home folks treatment of the ailment in the, In eliminating private capital 'hi school while the teacher and children were Clay City and also his personal at .Ml. Vernon. 0. M. Payne was. at United Slates. Three of these ar; from Ibe railroads the labor plan busily enr.igd at Iheir work. A bis property lo be sold to the highest Conway llrst of the week. He and in Kentucky. The Kentucky hospi- not only proposes, but demands, that at Jackson, under Dr. Frank lak tree was blown length ways bidder on August . Mr. Reynolds his son, Stanley, expect to go into tals arePikeville, under Dr. R. W.' Ihe present private owners be reacross Ibe building which caused il stales he intends to leave the county the merchandise business there in Ellis; imbursed with Government bonds lo rome Hat to the ground. Ihe seals and .nobody could blame him for the near future. Ida and Lucille Haynon; and one al Greenville with for "every honcsl dollar that they being Ihe only support that saved, these roads are pretty tough espeei- - Hammond spent a few days with Dr. J. C. Johnson in ehargc. have invested;" that the public, tho This disease is said lo be more, operating management and labor Hollon, Tyra until their aim!, Mrs. W. B. Harris at Miss tli Alnge the Hotsy llox the ocriipatdjSj; lives. Wjhlle nijne ally in winter. of the" Natlonnl Woman's party. This escaped an injury of some kind, we Stamper, all of Wolfe county, an I Berea. Mrs. A. T. Abney, who has prevalent in tho mountainous dis- share equally in corporations to photograph tricts of the eastern part of Ken- lake over (he railroads, and that all shows her sewing the are glad lo say they were all res- candidates for Representative in the been ick, is able to be out again. eleventh star on the kUfTrnKo flag, n cued alive and Hie. at tending phy- next General Assembly from Powell- - Bob Clark, or Lexington, attended tucky and the northern pari of! revenues in excess of the guarantee purple, white nnd gold emblem. The Dr. Martin, thinks they will Wolfe district have lately been in- - church here last Sunday. W. S'. Virginia and of Icnncssee lhau in lo private capital tho operators and lust star Is for .Missouri. Suffrage sician. recover, even Ihe severest ones. ' lerviewing the voters of this county Payne spent last week with relatives any other parts of the country. and tho employees share one-ha- lf workers Iiojk- - to secure tho required 80 all public reeeive the other half.. of the The wrecked building has been sold and the race between Ibeso gentle- - Jiere. F. K. Mnillins, of Withers, was states by 1!0. the centenary Road Assured lo Ike F.lkin for Hie sum of $27.00 men seems to be a hot one. Here's ' here last Sunday lo see his brother, Louisville-Paduca- h birth of Susan It. Anthony. The $3,500,000 Louisville-lo-Padu-cand a new one will be replaced at hoping for the best man to get tbereJ W. G. Mullins, Wake up, Rockrord, Predicted Railroad Tie-U- p River Road is assured. 1C F. Harris and S. A. Master went Mrs. Fiish, of AshTho strike of the federaled railand give us the news. pay, is an early dale. Six hours n day and more Regardless of whether Louisville road shopmen, which started last llshing trip last week, trying (he programme of tho Sydney mi- land, clined a protracted meeting on a succeeds or fails in (he enterprise Friday, continued to spread MonJACKSON COUNTY cut the lime in at Saint's church last Sunday with In round them up with a colTee sack ner. Hut why not of raising $i0,000 toward meeting day, and, according lo ofllcials in y sserviec and dinner on sein, but ?oon discovered it look loo an Gray Hawk half and save rehiring to work after ground. The meeting was well much energy to snare them that1 Gray Hawk. Aug. L The drouch tho deficit of nearby counties unable Chicago of tho district council, dithe dinner? II is quite a bore lo start attended throughout way, so they go to' was broken Tuesday by a good rain; to raise the amounts required of recting tho walkout, a complete the drill or (he pick going again and on Ihe Inst night the whole time work and catch concluded lo the crowd was them hereafter with corn is looking line, after the good (hem, the 108 miles of Federal and tie-u- p of the railroads of tho counwhen a fellow has had his mid-da- y George Gravett rains. Horn lo Mr. and Mrs. Hoberl Slato Aid Highway of the permanent try will result within a few days estimated to be about four hundred. u "silver lunik." meal and siesta following a hard lin it'ill 1mJ litiilt nal unless their demands for higher Tom Spark, who resided near is having Ins dwelling place treated Hayes, the first, a flno boy, named IJI'V, ..... . ' J morning's work of three hours. Clay City, died suddenly on Sunday. lo a double cat of paint, which will James; mother and baby doing tine, a reward for tho earnest clTort lo get wages are met at once, Montreal Gazette. July Ti. on Hatlon Creek, wither beautify its appearance consider- -, Miss Lola Bingham, who has been the necessary money. he had gone to allend church .ser- ably. Oscar Staples is the deio-rato- r. visiting at Dr. R. K. Bartlett's at: HONOR SLAIN BOY SCOUTS Kid. L. T. Allison, of Clay Berea, lias returned home, and rc- -j WORLD NEWS vices. Deceased was ',Y2 years old EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS (Continued trom Pane One) and is survived by a wife and four Cily, will begin a series iu" meetings ports a line time; says there are' Ceremony Held Where Roman Em. (Continued rrom Page Eight) children. His wife before marriage at Hie M. K. church next Wednes- more clever people in Berea and can citizen, near his residence, six perors Threw Christians to miles south of Tampico, on July 12. Us folks up here in the Lexington than she ever met before. nerve trouble. Af P. Gabbard is was a Miss Hall, daughter of George day. Wild Beasts. not robbery were Details of planning on going on the road again Hall, of Spoilt Spring, also deceased. mountains don't enjoy giod roads J. J. Robinson leased his farm for made public. the Home. Where once Christians were Dr. R. A. Irvin, who served with like you bluegrassians, however,' its soon, travelling for Barlow Moore dollars; bonus down, An olllcial dispatch lo the State offered us a prey to wild beasts to Tobacco CompanyThere is some Ihe colors overseas for about two rumored we will sometime reeeive and llfly cents per ncre. James amuse the Roman populace In the sickness, in (bis neighborhood at years, will soon resume his practice Ihe diirereilt aids and the people are Jlrumbach, our popular drummer, is Department today from Aguas conllrmed Mexico Cily press Roman coliseum by the Caesars a girl died in Clay City and vicinity, which we looking forward to that day when out meeting merchants this week.j present. A Christian pervlco was celebrated reTom Martin Federal aid, Slate aid. County aid. He travels for the Kversole Grocery nh'orls that Lawrence L. Shipley, of cently In memory of the boy scout on ('rooked Creek, a few days ago, nre glad lo announce. (Xevada, had been released by ban-di- s, wilh scarlet fever, after an illness dropped dead at his home on Black ,1111(1 Ihe aid irf Ihe pick and shovel. Company at Kastbernstadt, Ky. The army who had done of the who captured him last month. messengerItalian w ill construct good roads even thru Rev-- James Anderson tilled his apMTvlce nt the front and were killed In action. Ihe faraway "Sourwood MounlaUi pointment at Flat Lick church, UNITED STATES NEWS The altar ued for tho service was and Sunday. Rev. J., Van (Continued rrom Pf One) one which had Seen carried by tbe Peiirsem and Mrs. Van Peursein, of Hie Stale prelty good rains, Italian snides through many ' ROCKCASTLE COUNTY from Kalamazoo, Mich, aro at Gray lions In the Alps, and was placed In the bureau reports, fell last night Disputanta Hawk for four or live weeks to help of the Coliseum. The Disputanla, Aug. 5. Crops are in the good work here. We are glad and more rains aro expected. Jn tho west endpresided over by Slonslg-no- r the North and Kast cooler weather service was looking well in this vicinity, espe- to Ikim' them with us. Our Sunday-schoIlartolomaKl, who held the rank abounds. The rain brought a decially tobacco. George GatilT, Ma. is progressing line with Miss of general temperature, and chnphiln-In-fliie- f In the Italian army as KENTUCKY V jor Gadd, and 5. T. Payne are build- Rankin as superintendent. LEXINGTON to the Italian forces. Jim cided lowering of n ing lobacco barns.. Mr. and Mrs. Tincher conducted the C. K. meeting lor the the llrst time in a week conThe .Immense ruin of pagan days ditions last night were comfortable. was filled with people. Detachments Casper Martin and Mrs. G. V. Owens Friday night. Good for Jim I of boy scouts occupied the arena. Tbe Control scouts were In uniform and carried Share in Railway Profits After the mass Stonslgnor rifles. of Roads by Public, Operating Ilartoloiiinsl delivered u stirring serManagement and Employes mon, In which he drew attention to Wanted the change In humnn thought which Organized was able to convert this pagan amphiWashington, Aug. 5. labor w tf before the nal ion today theater Into n Christian temple. A good reliable hand wants a job on a Madison 1-v with a demand that private capital 6 County farm a willing, strong worker that is V v be retired from railroad operation ready for 24-HoService Every Day. K and thai (hero bo substituted n tri1 never grumble at hard work, don't shirk, and, Bears Third Set of Twins partite control of the railroad prop-crtlIn Third Successive Year if treated right, I won't quit. I am willing to V by Ihe public, the operating 3 help do the house work, too will do the washmanagement and the employes. world-fXme- d division band v Mrs. Annie Chollck, 21 years The demand of organized labor, ing, ironing, and chase the dirt out of the house, 45 PIECES 13 old, of Shamokln, became Pennpresented in a statement signed by bring in the water and saw the wood, help milk mother sylvania's champion the engineers,, firemen, conductors RUBIN CBJ. CHERRY SHOWS when the third set of twins In the cows, turn the cream separator, do the and tho American Federation of LaV 20 CAR LOADS-- 20 three years made their advent .churning and make the Hens Lay More Eggs! bor, was recognized today in Washut the Khamokln State hospital. Tho llrst twins, two boys, were ington as tho most 8 Write or Phone SmS born In 1017, the second pidr, a prt)(K)sal yet placed before tho naboy and a girl, In 1018, and a its reconstruction tion during few days ago two boys arrived, SPECIAL RAILROAD RATES period. Ollleials decline to predict giving (he woman u record of Ki:.N WALK Kit, lis outcome. six children In three years. Berea, Kentucky Phone 98 The" proposal, in tho words of Its authors, "marks tho step by which The date after four name on label ahowa to what date jrour auoxriptlon ia Laid. If It ia not chanaed within three weeaa after renewal notify enter-tuliiuientpliino-plajewell-trained as , J J ah j all-da' linijl-iiiir.illllll-UIHII,V. ed Ca-lie- nts . Sal-unlay rent turn Da. Send money br 'oat ' mtt ar Kima Moner Order. Draft, Reiltterrd letter, or on and two POWELL COUNTY Vaughn's. Mill Sunday before Hie nlllcinl iiponlng of the seventeenth uiiiiual Kentucky State Knlr scheduled to lie held In Uuilsvllle lie week of September the Statu Fair grounds will be the scene of one of the most picturesque, etijuyiihle and unusual of fair history, In the grand ncred concert to he thrilling!)' rendered byjt massed chorus of three hundred oTTTwrc voices, accompanied by the fatuous '1st Iteglment New York Guards Hand. JTlie 71 t J an organisation whch "made musical history" during the w'n'r and .figured In much of the Important war work of the metropolis. The hand Is also In constant demand r record for vlctroln and work and rates as second to none In this line. The organization Is made up of forty ers, led by the (lushing, attractive, gifted leoder, l.leut. I,amliert L. Kbcn. The repertoire to tie offered by this band will Include some of the most pretentious and beautiful compositions of the musical world and singers with the 71st, ns well as of the Louisville Jubilate Choral Association furnishing the three hundred voices for the chorus, will figure spectacularly in the And 0, Dude Freeman I Throw your hats I But Indies, keep your placos, And all you lilllo squalling brals, I'leaso straighten up your faces While heedful mothers dry your, tears For Dude will surely lead you To I'aradlso by both your ears Until your mamas need you To nurse tonight. For old Bcrca's in the mood And John S.Gadd,"01d Monkey John", To crack her heels together Is hero to do his durndcsl, And all her people, bauand good, At six years old ho played upon Will want to shako their leather The llddlc till ho learned it Iteforo they separate tonight, And in the glory of his day3 For never sinco Creation j Did such a bunch of fiddlers light With all the fiddle's sweetness He'll drown our sorrows whilo ho On any town or nation plays As wo havo here. With wonderful completeness, I do believe. There's Hiram Botner on the end Who dwells where Little Sturgeons Now John Will Johnson's "Black And Wiltl Dog's waters meet and Jack Grove" blend On old Bill Catcs's. fiddle And where the laurel burgeons; Will give tho blues a mighty shovo And L. E. Cox is next lo him, And swat them In the middle. (ins daddy couidn t whistle) And "Nigger Inch Along". I fear But his old mother had the vim Will prove some saint's destruction, And made his daddy hustle For Baker plays his tunes, I hear, Anu scraicn tor fear. Without the least compunction; And I should grieve. N'ow M. A. Moody's local fame We've fiddlers hero from far and Is liko to be extended, near, bless his And Alec Lunsford, From Juno to name. And Kingdom Come, it does appear, His music can't bo mended. Has sent us ono to slart on. And Millard Ramsey, (who but ho Should travel with "Ulack ftancy"?) And Big Pine Mountain sends a son, Will play some tunes, whate'er they You'll all be glad to meet him, But Greasy Creek as sure's a gun bo Will try her best to beat him To please tho ladies' fancy, And get the dough. And mat's an ngnt. And there arc some I do not know, As worthy as the others, Who touch tho strings and draw tho bow As sweetly as their brothers, And I would say to lads like you, Who givo your friends such pleasure, "In all the world the souls aro few With stature to your measure." Heiden. And now we'll go. Blue Grass Fair Big Days and Nights ! cam-palgi- ol -- 6 I Want a Job on a Farm SEPTEMBER $35,000Pp5erTemS$35,000 rainbow os Running Trotting f Hart & McCreary Page Two. LETTER TROM EDWARD TO HIS MOTHER THE CITIZEN BAILEY AtiRtist 7, 1919. thoir Immediate presence. Soon will be sent to an aviation Meld in Texas, or probably, Virginia. I am expecting any day to he sent. In the meantime I want you to write a long, Interesting letter. I hope lo como back to Herea after the termination of my term of enlistment Hut until that day arrives, remember me as thinking of you throughout the long days to come as Your affectionate son, Edward. I HUN SPY AND ACCOMPLICE ON WAY TO BE SHOT MiI l 1 CHESTER A. BRAMAN 100 HOMES BURNED IN RIOT Hist Hot. Company, Fort Tliomaj, Ky , August 3, 1919. m jBI M SECTION Hear Mother, The canl nnd package which yon sent me recently I wr.s plenacii to receive. 1 am out of the hospital anil back to duty again. I am now in as good health as I have ever been. Tills is, of course, n natural requisite of every good soldier, who would perform his duly well. Tho great advantage of military training LIEUTENANT HAMILTON WRITES Extracts from Lieut. A. W, Hamil is as you have probably ler.rned: ton's letter, dated July 12, received and team-worloyalty, trained to ob- August 2. I am leaving tomorrow night for serve, handiness, good digestion, sound body, sturdlness, endurance, Reims. I shall spend a few hours in .Switzerland at Milan, Venice, and and independence of manhood. In addition to receiving nil the Trieste, and then go to Vienna, lieuollls of military training and From there I shall go lo Belgrade discipline, there are some disad- Bucharest, Constantinople, and back 0 Poland and Germany. I am going vantages in the soldier's environment, which I mentioned in my to audit the accounts of the Ameri previous letter. Gambling, smok- can Relief Administration of the ing, profane language, drinking, and United Stales Food Administration. Living is fearfully expensive over oilier things that degrade the morale or the soldier, still exists like con- here in Paris just now. The whole tagious disease. In the army we of Paris is filled with the people for make war on disease, but the moral the great Victory Celebration beThe Avenue environment seems to be neglected. ginning tomorrow. The Y. M. C. A, Knights of Colum- Champs Klysees to the Place la Con bus, and the American lied Cross are eorde to the Aivhe tie Triomphe is organizations that are a blessing to decorated gorgeously, regardless of men in military cantonments. Men expense. Special Hag staffs have ol and been elected eery ten metres all who are. exercising holding aloft their purity rs clean along the Avenue. Streamers of al- men arc those that are gaining pro- lie ! Has? are llown netween the I thousands motion, increased pay, and respect poles, as well as ten of our line ofllccrs, today. My one of colored electric globes. Principal big problem in Fort Thomas is to arches of white and gold are placed hold up my purity and avoid asso- every hundred yards and at every ciating with men whose character crossing there is a white and gold has been marred and ruined. Hut in booth, bearing the names of famous spit of the "devil" and worldly cir French hattlellelds, such as Arras, cumstances, I am holding myself up 1910; Soissons, 1915; Verdun, 1911; as a real man. It is no easy job by and soon, with a beautifully illumi any means. Give a young man a nated figure in front of the booth. The German cannon which lined the good education, military training everything he wants, and neglect his Champs Klysees have been made into moral and Christian training, and great piles 100 feet high at various you will have nothing but a "two points and on top of the pile is a legged brute" still. My four years golden French Rooster. Polius to in Berea have done much to guard take part in the celebration have me against the evils that disintegrate been coming in every Jay, and toa young man's character. The one night thousands of British naval ofbig reason why I can maintain and ficers, army officers, sailors and sol cultivate my acquired trails of an diers are arriving in lorries. The ideal character is because of the enthusiasm is intense. And to offset debt of respect I owe to you, mother, it, the waiters in the big cafes are Far distant be the day when I would on strike. I have recently visited fail in this. The following poem I Amiens, Cambrai, Perrone, Vimy hopo will deliver a message to you Ridge, Soissons, Chateau Thierry, which is far beyond my feeble at- and a number of other battlefields, and tomoiTOw morning I am going tempts to express in words: out to Versailles. Some of the cities For such as you, dear mother-min- e, I am going to visit are peculiarly I want to keep the road Where worthy men clear-eye- d and unhealthy at present for Americans, particularly Budapest, where the frank Bolshevist, Bela Kum, holds sway. Live by their honor code. I know in that great mother heart, But I expect to get through all right. I'll send you a few stamps for your There is a sacred shrine, collection from the countries I visit Where I in all perfection live if I have a chance and also some Your boy! Dear Mother-min- e! I must be strong, I must be clean. views. I hope Gusty gets the book of Paris views and you the stamps In mind and body, too I sent yesterday. Send my mail to My debt to all posterity Paris, as I am moving about so much, And women such as YOU. Mother you must remember that and I will try and get them to send wherever I am, even though far- it along from there. away or near you, I cannot forget you. You cannot reallzo how afTREE fection and respect will spring up PRUNING A NEGLECTED for homcfolks until you are out of Good PJan to Leave Some of Water 8prouta for Year to Provide Food for Plant. KEEPS TAB ON SUN .clf-eonllleself-respe- ct, k, 1 i self-contr- Negroes Arc Declared by Residents to Have Applied the Torch to Buildings. SCORES ARE MADE HOMI LESS Reports Loss of Life (8pred Neighborhood Tell of 8eelng Colored Men Flee Search Ruins. of Wit-nets- Throughout Living under tlie guise of n Swiss this Prussian nml tils female iiccompllce were Instrumental In the killing of 40 French soldiers. The photograph shows them being led to the place of execution. CARTER COUNTY Y. M. C. A. "AT WORK liitcliins, Ky August G, 1919. Chester A llrniimii of Now York, one of the Into Aliens in Jullllurd's former partners, who Is one of those nnnird executors and trustees of the millions of dollars left by Mr Jiillllnrd to promote music In nny wny his trustees see fit. l. counly's Red works here. 15th. At 8:00 p. " Miss Cross nurse, 4,000 in REDS ARE SLAIN Fighting Roumanians on Thciss River. Dear Editor: Will you allow me to say through your columns to those Carter county readers who have been to school at Berea College; and to other interested in Educational development that we expect to give in our Y. M. C. A. building at Hitch-in- s, Ky., on the night of August 21, n Free Show and Educational Thrilling Educational Lectures. The Rev. Mr. Ford of Ashland, George T. Anderson of Louisville, and John Miller, Miss Harris, and perhaps Dr. C. Rexford Raymond of Berea are to be the guests and .speakers. This will be a splendid opportunity for those citizens of litis county who have been in school at Berea College lo again see and hear their schoolmates and former teachers. Those boys and girls of this county who contemplate entering Col lege and who desire lo earn at least a portion of their expenses will do well to attend this; meeting and speak with Mr. Miller or Miss Harris. Tho program will begin at 8:00 on Sunday night of August Si. Every citizen of this county is welcome to attend. The pictures and lectures are free. Sincerely, Edward K. Cook , m, 0 reel moving picture show (5 reel drama, Fall Ambition;" 1 reel com"Shines, and Monkey-shines"- 1. edy, liUh. Miss Hattie Jones, Elocution- ist, and thirty local citizens, give an entertainment. I?th. At 10:00 a. in. All parents and the III Cradle Roll children are cordially invited to attend Sunday School nnd hear the address by O. H. Carrier, General Secretary, It. R. Y. M. il A. d. Sate Sunday School Convention at Ashland. Ky. 2iith. At 8:00 p. m. Free, An Educational Moving Picture Show, an A Patriotic Speech by Dr. W. A. Ganlleld, President of Centre College, Danville, Ky. 22nd. 0 reel moving picture show, (S reel drama. "A Diplomatic Mission;" i reel comedy, "Flappers rnd Friskers"). 2llh. At 10:00 a. m., Sunday School, HUIi-22n- Roumanians Fall Back at First, but Rally and Drive Hungarians Across River. Iliichnrest, Aug. L Four thousand Hutignrliiii Beds were killed In the tlKhtlng with the ltouuuinlnns on the Thciss river, said dispatcher from the scene of the fmy. The Komnnnliin lows were heuvy also. American ninliulnnces nre still bringing the wounded bnck from the battlefield. Esrly Friday morning word was received here to send ambulances, nnd 00 American enrs were rushed off at once. The tide of battle swnyed uncertainly for n while. The Houmnnlnns were rnmpellt-to fall back for twenty mile, hut they rallied nnd In a counter nsnult drove the Hungarians across the Thelss river. Nearly 2,000 wounded Hungarians were trented In one hospital, showing the severity of the fighting. Major Oeorge Trendwell of Albany, N, Y n former military nttnche on the staff of Theodore. Itonsovelt when ho was governor of New York. Is Jn chnrge of the nmhulnnrp supplies. A new automobile field hnspltut service, presenti-to the queen of by Colonel Detiirmnwskl of Chicago hns Just arrived here and Is belnc employed on the front. It cost $400,000 and consists of 17 nutomnblle trucks, forming one complete unit. Itnu-rnnnl- n (i. II. Mobley, superintendent. At 8:00 p. m. Every man, woman and child of this county, in terested in educational develop, ment is expected to const1 to our Y. M C. A. for a free educa- Industrial Y. M. C. A. Hitchins, Ky. Edward K. Cook, Secretary Program for August, 1919 Soft Drinks, Ice Cream, Confections, Etc., Served at the Building Daily from 6:00 a. m. to 8:00 P. m. Day 1st. At 8:00 a. m, 0 reels moving pictures (5 reel drama, "Cap- In pruning a badly neglected tree It Is a good plan to leavo some of the water sprouts for a year. This becomes of more Importance as the pruning becomes more severe, for the water sprouts furnish more leaf surface to provide food for the entire plant The second year water sprouts may bo removed. I Mi II Ship Sales Assailed By Fletcher. Wnshlneton. States The United Shipping Hoard's policy of soiling fo- called "undeslrnblo " steel and wooden vessels to agents of foreign Interests at nrlvnte sale whs condemned by Sen ator Duncan Fletcher, former chair man of tlio Commerce Committee. Quake Shakes Pacific Fleet. On Board U. S. S. New Mexico. Six dreuduuughts of the Pacific licet were shaken severely by u double enrth-quak- e shock when 20 miles off the wost const of the State of Oolomo, Mexico, None of the wurshlps was reported to havo been damuged. tain's Captain;" 1 reel comedy, "Hula Hula's"). 2nd. Primary Election. Hid. At 10:00 a. m, Sunday School. G. II. Mobley, superintendent. County Fair. 8th. At 8:00 p. ni, 0 reel moving picture show (5 reel drama, "The Beloved Imposter;" 1 reel comedy, "Dunces and Dangers"). fOth. At 10:00 a. m, Sunday School, G. H. Mobley, superintendent. At 2:00 p. in., District Sunday School Convention at Ook Grove. Illh-nt- h. Miss Lillie Ogg, our Gtli-Otli. ' tional moving picture show and thrilling educational lecture. 2.ptli-:il. John Miller, Gymnasium director of Berea College, and Scoutmaster for that city, comes to engineer one week's vigorous athletic program. Agent Agricultural 28lh. County Sam W. Morgan and sixteen other citizens give an agricultural play presenting "The Old and New Methods in Agriculture." 21)lh. At 8:00 p. m., 0 reel moving picture show (5 reel drama, reel "The Enchanted Barn;" comedy, "Capers and Crooks." 31st. At 10:00 a. in, Sunday School. G. 11. Mobley, superintendent. Miss Ruio Blankensliip, Sec'y. This program was planned to meet the social, eiTc, recreational, educational and religious needs of this typical Eastern Kentucky Community. 1 FRENCH Moderates PARTIES COMBINING Roy- Get Together Against alists and Extreme Socialists. Thoughtless Dealers. "You didn't park within four Inches of the curb," thundered the police official. "It's a new car," explained Mr. Chugglas, humbly; "and the dealers Paris, Aug. 4. Negotiations which have been going on for some time for n ronlltlon of the moderate political parties of France In the coining elections nslnst both the royalists and the extreme socialists are reported on good authority to tie making headway nnd likely to succeed. This combination would Include the radicals, Itepuhllmn socialists. Alliance Democrat Ique nnd Federation des voting Ouches, whose romhlfted strength In the elections of 101 1 was 4.72.'.000 out of n total of 8,U.V).0OO, ns ngnlnst for tho socialists, 1,300.000 for the royalists anil conservatives and 800.000 for the Progres-slves. Chicago, Aug. I. More than 2,000 persons members of 300 families wero made homelcm. at least 100 houses were burned to the ground, a property loss estimated at .TiO.noO was suffered, and It Is reMirteil several persons lost their lives, In it tiro of wide extent, believed to hnve been of inrendlnry origin, which swept tho famous "hnck ' the yards" district. The conflagration apparently was at Its worst Jn Honore street, between West 45th nnd West 40th streets, nlthough many homes were burnt In the rest of the fire none, which wns hounded by West 4.1(1 street on the north, West 40th street on the south. South Lincoln street on the west and South Hermitage avenue on the east. buildings At the least seventy-fou- r have been burned. Most of them wero the flimsy one story or story nnd n half frame homes of Polish nnd Lithuanian stockynnls workers. When the flames spread anil mom firemen wero summoned to the district the pollre found It Impossible to control the excited throngs and cnlled for several companies of mllltln In aid them In keeping hnck the crowds so the firemen could svork unhampered. Investigate "Firebugs Rumor. A number of white persons who said they snw negroes running from tho district nfter the fires were discovered, nnd that an automobile load of negroes hud coursed the section shortly before dnbrenk. are being questioned by the pollre nnd fire attorneys In an effort to establish rumors of Chief of Police Onrrlty Incendiarism. nnd Flni Mnrshnl Thomas O'Connor, who were on tho scene esrly, doubt that the fire wns Incendiary. Chief Oarrlty, his secretary, Chnrles Fltztnorrls. dipt. Michael Zlmmer of the New City station, nnd Fire Attorney McCnbe began Immediately to collect evidence concerning the state ments thnt negroes were seen leaving the scene of the tiros. All persons who had snld they saw blacks fleeing from the vicinity were,nkcn to the New John City station nnd questioned. Molltor, n driver for Ilattallon Chief firmly, snld he saw nil automobile containing four negroes racing nlong West 44th street nt Hermitage avenue ns lie was on his uay to the fire. After the flumes bnd been brought under control frantic relatives of Miss Anna Mncjek, 1.1 years old. nppeated to help In the to police nnd search for the girl who, they believed. had perished In the destruction of her home, 44.VS Honore street. An ninil womnn said her brother, daugh ter nnd sister had perished In a house nt ISM West 4.1th street. Sweeping Probe Started. The most sweeping crime Investiga tion In the history of Chicago got un when nearly 200 der full swing prisoners nnd witnesses, both colored anil white, were to he Interrogated by fin-mey didn't put a tape measure In the out-it.- " 'COLUMBUS OF THE AIR" VISITS MOTHER The fundamental point In the combination platform will he "neither reaction nor revolution," Such n combination Is regarded ns nlmost snro to by both mllltlnmen nnd policemen. elect n working majority In the new Mime of them Important, various com chamber. missions and reconstruction plans were organized. AMSTERDAM FOR LABOR SEAT FOR SALE 265 SEAPLANES International Trades Union Congress Navy Department to Qlve Sportsmen Committee Names City In Interested In Aviation a Chance Holland. to Buy Aircraft Aug. 4. Amsterdam Amsterdam, whs proposed ns tho sent of the new Internationale to bo organized by the International Trades Union congress, now In session here. The proposal to locnto the headquarters hero was mado by n commission of the congress designated to fix the seat. Ocrmon delegates, however, asked that tho headquarters be nt Berlin, as before the war. I.eon Jouhaux, president of the general federation of labor, proposed the central olllco bo located In I'arls. assistant state's attorneys, detectives from State's Attorney Hoyne's oirtco and by nsslstnnts to Attorney-Genera- l Itnindage to determine action ngnlnst those responsible In the South Mdo race riots. Mnny prisoners were questioned yesterday. The result was the solution of two murder cases, the perpetrators being held. As the riot district calmed down to n few desultory fights without serious results In each case the fighters being dispensed by mllltln on riot guard duty and n number of arrests made mi Plane Falls, Killing Child. Ames, lown. An airplane, piloted by Lieut. Wulter Harrlmun, fulled to und crashed Into rise on the take-of- f crowd of spectators, killing a girl, probably fatally Injuring another child and Injuring several other persons. ld Washington, Aug. 4. Sportsmen and business concerns Interested In uvla-tlo- n will be given nn opportunity to ncqulre modem seaplanes at low prices when the nnvy department sells '.m machines at auction In tho near future. Secretary Danlelds hns au thorize! thu sale of the senplancs. at public auction to the highest bidders. High speed machines of largo curry ing cupiiclty, well adapted to commer- Storage Tax Urged By Representative. Washington. A novel plan to reduce tho cost of tablo products by taxing food out of cold storugu Is embodied In a bill which Kepresentatlve B. F. Welty, of Ohio, bus Just lntro-dureThe bill provide that stnplo articles of food held In cold storage shall bo taxed on a graded scale, the amount of tax depending on the length Tliln In ono ol the tower telescoped, of time thu food Is held In storage. ISO fMl lu height, of thu ML Wllwrn These taxes uro made to upply to beef, Lleutenuut Commander Albert O. Heed recently visited his mother at the observatory, Dear Pasadena, CaL, used pork, v c4i I, sheep or gouts, lamb or Oape Cod town of South Hanson for the first time since making hi of the kid, poultry or guiuo, flsli, eggs, butUr little astronomical observation for transatlantic trip. Ills mother bj ahown pinning a victory rose on his coat US. and the manufactured products d. cial use, will be Included In tho hale nlong with faster und smaller maMEXICAN BANDITS MURDER 60 chines. Tho department will later Issue com plete details regarding tho sale. Thu Boy Scouts Die on Train planes uro In good Dozen condition, hut must Blown Up 100 Miles from tm Kold because the navy hns InsuffiCapital. cient personnel to keep them In proper condition nnd becauso of nn New York, Aug. 4. Mexican bandits Mew up it passenger trafn between Mmunnntlii nnd Hnn Mnrces, less, than U. 8. and Chile Exchange Teachers. 100 miles from Mexico City, killing Ilerkeley, Cal., Aug. 4. Plans for an 00 persons, Including 12 boys about exchange of professors and Instructhe Herman college ut I'ueblo from wearing boy scout uniforms, according ors between the United States und I to private advices received here by Chllu hnve been nit tied by thu Univerthe National Association for tho Pro- sity of Chllu and the Chilean governtection of American Illghts In Mexico. ment. It was announced at the University of Cullfornta. over-suppl- y. August 7, 1010. THE CITIZEN perceptible accent! The red glenm from the biasing logs fell upon her shining bnlr; It glistened like gold. She wore n simple evening gown of white, softened over the shoulders nnd neck with n fall of rare vnlenclennes Ince. There was no Jewelry not even a rlnjf on her slender, tapering fingers. Mrs. Collier, the hostess, was nn elderly, woinnn, decidSirs. Van Dyke, edly overdressed. her dnughter, was n woinnn of thirty, tall, dnrk nnd handsome In n bold, dashing sort of way. The Inckadolsl-ca- t gentleman with the mustnebe tamed out to be her husband. "My brother Is tinnhlc to be with as tonight, Mr. Ilnrnes," explained Mrs. Collier. "Mr. O'Dowd mny have told you thnt he Is nn Invnlld. Quite rarely Is he well enough to leave hli room. Ho hns begged roe to present his apologies nnd regrets to you. Another time, perhaps, you will give him henvy-fentured Page Three. "A chance remark of Miss Cameron's nt lunch today. She wondered If Itnrnes could bo the chnp who wrote the nrtlcles nbout Pern nnd the Incns, or something of the sort, nnd thnt set them to looking up the bnck numbers of the Geographic Mngnzlnc In Mr. Curtis' library. Not only did they find tho nrtlcles hut they found your picture. I had no illlllcnlty In deciding thnt you were one nnd the same. The atmosphere cleared In n Jlffv. It beI 111. came even clearer when It wns discovered "that you have had n few ancestors nnd nre received In good society both here nnd nbrnnd, ns the Into Frederic Townsend Martin would have & Autiot "GRAUSTARK"THE snld. I hereby officially present (In "V" Hoi I nwnr UAMnTUP result of subsequent deliberation. Mr. llarnes Is Invited to dine with tu to PRINCE OF GRAUSTARK." ETC night." Li llarnes' heart wns still pounding rapidly ns he made the rueful ndmK CrtL6-U- UmJJC9.l. J slon that he "didn't hnvc n thing to wenr." He couldn't think of nccept-In- g SYN0PSI3. the gracious Invitation Itnrnes walked out besldo Miss Thnckcrny. "If they'll take me ns I nm," began K. CliAPTEtl llarnes. gown Is an Im- Itnrnes, doubtfully. "The taltor-tnndwealthy New Yorker, on a walklne; irlp through Nrw Kngland, .1 caught In a provement," he said to her. He wns "I sny," culled out O'Dowd to the term mllea from till rieatlnatlnn. At rrnearoaila point he meeta a (tlrl In the thinking that she was a very pretty sheriff, who wns gazing longingly nt girl, after 'all. the horses tethered nt the bottom of Mint plight. While they oiacuea the en nutntnolille, aenl to meet the "The frock usunljy makes the. worn-nn- the slope, "would ye mind lending llnrne la flrl. arrive anil while the given laa lift to tavern, Ctrl taken she said slowly, "but not always Mr. Barnes' nng back to the Tavern? on to her ilrntlnatlnn, which he telle He Is stopping, to dinner. And, while the lady." Darnel li a place called Oreen Fancy. He thought of that remnrk more I think of It, nre you sntlsflcd. Mr. CHArTF.Il II-- At the tavern names falli In with a stranded troute of "barn, than once during the course of on aft- Sheriff, with the dny's work? If not atnrmlng" actors, headed hy Lyndon ernoon spent In the woods about you will be welcome ngnln at any time Ituahcroft, and become! Intereated In Oreen Fnncy. If ye'll only telephone n hnlf minute them. O'Dowd virtually commanded the In advance." To Itnrnes he said: "We'll CIlAPTErt IIIrA the etorm growl. toJlarne flnda hltneelf worrying: over the expedition. It was he who thought of send you down In the automobile eafety of the girl, traveling over the everything. First of all, ho led the night, provided It hns survived the mountain roaila at what he considers party to the corner of the estnte near- day. We're expecting the poor thing speed. He lenrna tnat Oreen Fancy U something of a hnuae of myall-est the point where Paul wns shot to die In Its tracks at nltnost any Inry. Twomoiinted men leave the tavern froin his horse. Sitting In Ids saddle stant." manner which arouses llarnes curl In a oalty. Ten minutes inter Itornes passed he called the attention, of the other through the portals of Green Fancy. meets "Mia. Thack. riders, to what nppcorcd to be a most CHAPTKH IV-- Ite significant fact In connection with the eray." leading lady of the branded theatCHAPTER IX. rical troupe, who la aclinic aa chambermaid. That night he la arouaed by the killing of this man. bringing of a dying man to the tavern, "From what I hear the man Paul one of the two who had ridden away a wns shot through the lungs, directly The First Wayfarer, the Second Wayrhort time before. They tell of finding the farer and the Spirit of Chivalry dead bndy of the other man. llolh had from In front. The bullet went been shot. Ascendant. through his body. He was straight The wide green door, set far bnck d CHAPTRIt V The wounded man, riding very rapidly down the road. at the tavern aa Andrew Paul, die, When he came to a point not far In n recess not unlike n kiosk, wns la Informed he mul not leave and llamea until after the Inuueat. O'Dowd and I)e above the crossroads he was fired opened by n mnn servnnt who might Polo, KUeata at Oreen Fancy, visit the enlly have been mistaken for a waiter tavern, apparently much myatlfled over upon. It Is safe to ussuine that be from Delmnnlco's or Sberrv's. the affair, was looking Intently nhend, trying to "Say to Mrs. Collier, Nicholas, that He was not mnkc out the crossing. CHAPTER advancea Iluah-rro.Mr. Itnrnes Is here for dinner," said money auttlclent tu relcnae the com- - shot from the side of the road, genfany from Ha embarraaalng poaltlon, tlemen, but from the middle of It. The De Soto. "I will uaukc the cocktails Incoming Ita ofllclal backer. He this evening." vlalta Oreen Fancy, and In the grounda tnreta hla acquaintance of the night be- bullet came from n point nlmost diMuch to Humes' surprise and disfore. (Indlng her a girl of surprltlng rectly In front of him, and not from leauty. Mr. Curtis' property here to the left appointment the Interior of the house or Mr. Conley's on the right. The fnlled to sustain the bewildering effect produced by the exterior. The enCHAPTER VIII. chnnces arc thnt Paul did not accompany I toon to the meeting place up trance hull nnd the living room Into A Note, Some Fancies and an Expediwhich he wns conducted tiy the two tion In Quest of Facts. men were singularly like others that He KtiirtiMl upKtnlrs, his mind full of he had seen. The hitter, for example. the event nnd conjectures tif the tiny. wu of ordinary dimensions, furnished Aa h entered the nxim hla eyes ft'H with n thought for comfort raMier jhitn upon n white envelope nt hla feet. It elegance or even good taste. The liml hoen slipped utnler the door since "ouches nnd chairs were low nnd deep he left the room mi hour before. and comfortable, as If Intended for men only, nnd they were covered with Terse reminder from the prudent Mr. rich, gay materials; the hangings nt June! Ills hill for the day ! He picked It up, glanced nt the Inscription, nnd the windows were of deep blue nnd nt once nltrred hla opinion. Mi full gold; the walls an unobtrusive cream color, nlmost literally thatched with nntne wns there fn the handwriting of n woinnn. For n moment he win (tellings. puzzled; then he thought tit Miss The stnlrs were thickly enrpeted. At 'I'hiiekerny. A note if thanks, no doubt. the top his guide turned to the left unpleasantly ftiNowet Vaguely nnj nnd led the way down u long corridor. re noyed, he rlpjvd open the envelope nnd They passed at least four doors rend: O'Dowd stopped und threw open "In enso I do not hive the opporthe fifth on thnt side of the hall. There tunity to speak with 3 oil tonight, this were still two more doors beyond. "Suggests n hotel, doesn't It?" snld la to let you know Hint the little mnu who says he Is n book ngent wns In the Irishman, standing nslde for s of nn your room for lturnes (o enter. "All of the sleeping hour while you were nwny thli after-noonpartmeiits nre on this lloor, nnd the You'd better see If anything In buths and boudoirs and what not. The M.T." m. Inc. garret Is above, and flint's where we deposit our family skeleton. Intern He mndc n hnsty but enreful examiour grlevnnces, store our stock of nation of Iiln effects. There wns not spl'efulness und hide nil the little the slightest evidence that hi puck devils thut must come snenklng up had been opened or even disturbed. If s from the city with us whether we will the tittle book agent spent or no. Dabson," addressing the man of n hour In the room he managed most effectually to cover up nil i.n bad quietly entered the room traces of his visit. lirouli the door behind them, "do Mr, llarnes did not go to sleep until long O'Dowd Virtually Commanded the Ex- llarnes. will ye, nnd fetch me from Mr. De Solo's room when you've finpedition. lifter mldnl:;ht. Me now regarded him-el- f ished. I leave you to Dabson's tender an definitely committer to n comhorsei. mercies. the road. He remained near the The saints preserve us I bination of sinister nnd piquant enter- That's how he managed to get away so t.ook nt the man's boots! D:ibon, prises, not the least of which wns to quickly. It remained for the man at get out your brush nnd dauber first of know nbout the mysterious young the crossroads to settle with dim. Hut all. lie's been floundering In n bog." woman nt Oreen Fancy. we're wasting time with nil this The Jovial Irishman retired, leaving The next day he, with other lodgers twnddle of mine. Let us bo moving llarnes to be "done" by tho silent, In the Tavern, wns put through an exone point on which we must There Is vnlet. Dabson wns young amination by the police nnd county nil ugrte. The deadliest marksman In olllclnls from St. Kllznbeth, nnd noti- the world tired those shots. No bun und vigorous nnd exceedingly well trained. He made short work of "dofied that, while ho wus not under sus- gllng on thnt score, bednd." ing" the visitor; barely fifteen minpicion or tiurvelllnnce, It would be necIn the course of time the party, trnv essary for him to remain In the "baili- ersln the ground contiguous to the utes el;'. put before O'Dowd's return. Presently they went downstairs to wick" until detectives, nlready on the public road, came within sight of the gether. Lamps had been lighted, many way, were sutlstlcd that he possessed green among the trees, of thorn, throughout dwelling the house. A tire no knowledge that would be useful to llarnes' Interest revived. Ms second crackled In the cavernous flrephice nt them In clearing up what had now view of the hnne Incrensed his won the dignity of u "national prob- der nnd admiration. If O'Down had the end of the living room ami grouped nbout Its cheerful, grateful bluze were lem." not actually located It among the trees O'Dowd rode down from Oreen for him he would have been nt a loss the Indies of Oreen Fnncy. The girl of his thoughts wns there, Fancy anil created qulto n sensation to discover It, although It was Immeamong the olllrlnls hy announcing that diately In front of htm and In direct standing slightly aloof from thu others, but evidently nmused by the tale they had n perfect right to extend line ot vision. for clues to nil parts of their search De Soto wns seen approaching with which De Soto wns regaling his estnte, and that ho was deeply In- through the green sea, his head np them. She wns smiling; Unrnes saw terested In the outcome of their pearlng nnd disappearing Intermit' the sapphire lights sparkling In her tently In the billows formed by the eyes und experienced u sensation that The sheriff snld ho would Ilka to undulating underbrush. He shook was wofully akin to confusion. "run over the ground n bit" that very hands with Itnrnes n moment Inter. Hut everything went off quite nntu-ralltifternoon If It was agreeablo to Mr. He favored MIrs Cameron with "I'm glud you had the sense to O'Dowd, smile 'is bring Mr. llarnes with you, O'Dowd,1 mi uncommonly O'Dowd stayed to dinner. (Dinner snld he. "You didn't mention him she gave her bund to him; nnd she In was served In the. middle of thu day when you telephoned thut you were turn responded with one faintly sugnt Hnrt's Tavern.) He made u great personally conducting n sightseeing gestive of tolerance, although It Impression upon Lyndon ltushcroft, party. I tried to catch you afterward would huve been recorded by n who, with his daughter, Joined the two on the telephone, but you had left the less sensitive person thnti Humes as men. Indeed, thu palavering Irishman Tavern. Mrs. Collier wanted me to "ripping." extended himself In the effort io make ask you to capture Mr. llarnes for din In reply to his perfunctory "delighthimself agreeable. He wns vastly In- ner tonight." ed, I'm sure, etc.," she said quite clearterested In the stage, he declared. As "Mrs, Collier Is tho sister of Mr, ly: "Oh, now 1 remember. I was sure u matter of fact he had been told a Curtis," explained O'Dowd. Then he I had seen you before, Mr. llarnes. thousand times that he ought to go turned upon Du Soto Incredulously You( tire the magic gentleman who on the stage. . . . "For tho love of Pat," he cried, "what's sprung like a mushroom out of tho The little book agent camo In while como over them? Why, I made so earth early yesterdny nfternoon." they were at table. He at down In bold us to suggest lust night that you "And frightened you." he said; it corner of the dining room and busted were a chap worth cultivating, names "whereupon you vnnlshed like the himself with his subscription lists and thut you wouldn't be long In the mushroom that Is gobbled up by the while waiting for the meal to bu neighborhood but to save your feel predatory glutton." served. He was still poring over them, lugs I'll not repent "hut they said, the He had thrilled nt the sound of her frowning Intently, when Humes and two of them. Whut changed them voice. It wus the low, deliberate voice the others left the room.. over,. De Sotol" of the woman of the crossroads, and, as before, he cuught the almost lin- - Smashing, Dashing, Auto Polo GREEN FANCY & GEORGE hfr Spectacular Feature For Fair dm MCUTCHEON . o m5' i 'ippn ' f V; y must be nlmost of to vie with the stunning and spectacular saddle horse exhibitions held nightly In the great live stock puvillion of thu Kentucky State Fair und In effecting tilts happy consummation tfie nicest Judgment, sense of spec tacular values and practlcul knowledge ," A show super-qualit- aroused a furore of Interest nnd g ex- dan-rern- Is required. im J a regis-tere- I mm She Was There. ISM Mlf ii ii ill rne ft he-fo- the pleasure he Is mlslng tonight." De Soto's cocktails came In. Miss Cameron did not tnke one. O'Dowd proposed n toast. "To the rasrnls whr went gunning for the other rascal". Hut for them we should be short nt lenst one member of this ngreenhte company." It was rather startling, names' glass stopped half way to his Hps. An Instant Inter be drained It. He accepted the toast ns a compliment from the whilom Irishman, nnd not as a tribute to the prowess of those mysterious marksmen. TheJable In the spacious ,dlnlng room was one of those long, narrow Italian boards, unmistakably antique and equally rare. Sixteen or eighteen people could huve been seated with- tastes. out crowding, and when the seven took Of the acts proper the most pretentheir places wide Intervals separated tious to be offered In the pavilion oval them. No effort had been made by the hostess to bring her guests close to- will be the auto polo exhibition which piano-player With the possession of these assets nlready demonstrated by Hippodrome which were notuble shows In 1017-1nftulrs, Kentucky State amusement Fair Secretary Fount T. Kremer may tie relied on to equal or excel these former showings nnd there Is satisfactory assurance In his announcement thut the 1011) rovter of attractions will be the banner array of State Fulr history. The outstanding feature of this great pavilion entertainment will be the appearance, for the first time In the South,' of the magnificent musical organization known us the '71st New York Guards Hnnd with I. lent. Lambert L. Kben ns director. This band figured In all the wur activities of the metropolis and Is in constant demand for vlctrolu nnd work. The organization Is und acmade up of forty u el complished musicians uniformed In btrlklng military array, and It boasts soloists of high repute In the world of music. Its lender, Lieut. Kben, Is n picturesque figure, and Is suld to be one of the most brilliant directors In Amerlcn. Their programs will be made up of selections nppeallng to all 8 Itegl-mentul The gnme Is n species of citement. polo contest played with mounts of roaring, swu)ltig, spnce-entlnautos of especial construction und miniature size. There arc no restrictions as to methods of attack, nnd head-osmashes, machine somersaults and "spills" nre frequent. Another net of "dnre devil" type is n to bu presented by the Johannes Troupe of live Icelanders, formerly a big drawing card with the Joef-fesso- liurnum circus aggregation. Their line of entertainment is a sensational Illustration of the possibilities of physical development and understanding of defense In the event of nttnek. Pistols, bowie knives and blackjacks figure sensationally In their paraphernalia. "Human Aeroplanes" Is the billing of the Four Uoises, who nre English aerial artists offering amazing mld-al- r gymnastics. The act Includes three men and n pretty woman said to be as skilled us her companions. Astounding feats of dexterity are promised in the offering of the Portia Sisters who nre French girls performing amazing feats of dexterity In mld-al- r while revolving suspended by teeth or hair. As climax to a thrilling program two of the Portias slide fcom either end of the pavilion roof suspended by their hair. A turn attractive to the eye nnd titillating to the senses Is assured In the wheel and wire offering of the MncDonald Trio, ns well as the quartet of comedians known ns the Baggage Smashers. In "Circus Horsemanship" Fair visitors will be regaled with a spectacle wonderful In the way of und training nnd of decorative beauty. Elephants figure In another animal act of amusing nnd marvellous tenor nnd posing, steeds and four people provide n "living statuary" series of patriotic nnd beautiful character. The list of Hippodrome features winds up with the stirring, sensational anil unusual entertainment of the Seven McKays, as u Scotch troupe of canny Highlanders nre described. Their offering Is n musical ballet In which the national Instrument, the figure piercingly and pleasingly. bag-pipe- three-quarter- n. gether, ns might have been done by using one end or tho center of the table. The serving plates were of sliKspeclally beautiful were the ver. wnter goblets nnd the They glasses. graceful champagne were blue und white nnd of n design und quality no longer obtainable ex cept nt great cost. The esthetic Hames was not Rlow to appreciate the rarity of the glassware and the chaste d is second to none us an amusement combining thrill, clamor, movement nnd surprises. This game was Introduced to State Fulr visitors for the first tlmu last season and both In the pavilion nnd on the race track It three-quarter- 1 d cer-tnln- ly beauty of the serving plates. The man Nicholas was evidently the butler, despite his Seventh nvenue manner. He was assisted in serving by two stahvnrt nnd amazingly clumsy footmen, of similar Ilk nnd nationality. On seeing these nddltlonnl men servants Hnrnes began figuratively to count on his fingers the retainers he had so fur encountered on the plnce, Alrendy he hud seen six. all of them It struck powerful, rugged fellows. lit tu us extraordinary, and In n wny slgnlflcnnt, thnt there should be so tunny men nt Oreen Fnncy. Much to his disappointment he wns not plnced near Miss Cameron nt table. Indeed she wns seated as far uwuy from him ns possible. There was a plnce set between him nnd De hoto, sake. Dames con for svmmeti In this ho wns mlstnken; cluded. they had bnrely seated themselves when Mrs. Collier remarked: "Mr. Curtis' secretary usually Joins us hero for coffee. He has his dinner witli my brother, und then, poor mnn, comes In for n brief period of relaxation. When my brother Is In one of his had spells poor Mr. I.oeb doesn't have much time to himself." Loeb, the prlvute secretury, came In for coffee. He was u tail, spare man of thirty, pallidly handsome, with dnrk, studious eyes and fentures of nn unmistakably Hebraic cast, as his name might have foretold. His teeth were mnrvelously white nnd his slow smile attractive. More than once during the hour thnt Loeb spent with them llarnes formed und dismissed a opinion that stubborn tho mini was not n Jew. Certainly ho wns not nn American Jew. Ills voice, his manner of speech, his every nctlon stamped hi in us one born nnd bred In a land far from Hroadway nnd Its counterparts. If a Jew he was of the east us It Is measured from Home tho Jew of the curnul Orient. And ns the evening wore on there came to llarnes the singular fancy that this man was the master nnd not the servant of the house I He could not put the ridiculous Idea out of his g Prizes Totaling $10,000 Will Lure World Champion Horses To Fair r n " y - -- safllaH Ke ' . i'ti- - "Cascade," Winner of World's Championship In 1918. For the third time In Stute Fair history n $10,000 premium has been unnouueed In connection with the live gulled Suddlo Horse Stake which is outstanding feature of the horse department of the Kentucky Stute Fulr. For seven successive fairs the premiums in this ring hud ranged from $r00 to $3,000 with only one night's exhibition of tho high steppers. In 1017, CoinmUblbuer of Agriculture Mat S. mind. , (Continued next week.) J In the ring. It also put the Kentucky Stute Fulr on u horse show basis rivaling Madison Squure with an entire week of horse events Instead ot the one exhibition, the buddle horse contests being divided Into classes foi thu btalllous on Monduy night, the mares on Tuesday night and the geldings on Wednesday with the winners of the first three prizes In each ol these clusses pitted against each other In u grand struggle for the championship honors of the world on Saturday night. Cohen made u whirlwind campaign The venture In 1017 met with unprefor funds and by his own personal, cedented success and every night ol brlllluut, during work, secured In dona- the week tho great State Fair livestock puvlllou seating ten tions thu apleudld sum of $8,635.00, spectators was nightly packedthousand to overtotul premiums for this flowing with enthusiastic spectators leaping thu event to $10,000. who applauded to the echo the magThe announcement electrified the nificent specimens of horse flesh and show horse world und did Just what equally splendid exhibitions of horsemanship which the ring' provided. thu commissioner calculated and de- This triumph wus repeated in 1018 and sired, Imbued the breeders und exhlbl- as nothing succeeds like success, bids torn of flue horses with new und keen fair to outrun all records In 1010. Interest Pace Eight THE CITIZEN Nathan and Claud Peters of Island City wero visiting New'lon Davis. Prultt had a very narrow escape their cousin, Mrs. Joel Martin, night and Sunday. Reuse last Sunday afternoon when their Sir.emore and Mrs. Carrie Gabbard ear wenl over an embankment, beeloped Saturday night, July 10, ami tween Bryantsville and Kentucky Claud suffered n broken went to Ohio. This was their sec- River. Sal-unl- August 7, lolo. changing their thrilling experiences of warfare and enjoying tho sweet smiles and loving Joyous welcome of Mr. Miller of the Agrifriends. cultural department of Berea College, Misses Lola Sargent and Lucy Solver were welcome visitors at Blue Lick. July 27. They gave a most interesting exposition of the Sunday school lesson and then repaired lo the home of T. J. Flanery Miss where supper was served. Sargent sails for China Ibis week us a missionary. She will he sadly missed here by her loving vassals who trusted and yearned for her genlle counsel mil In whose hearts she has been so long enthroned. We fear that nl least In this, her well earned kingdom, she has abdicated her throne, lain aside her crown nnd yielded her sceptre, and no one can ever 111 I her place. T. J. Flanery officiated at the election Saturday. A primary and regular election for Stale olllcers was held al the same place, requiring two separate quoins of officers. Correspondents, did you read that splendid editorial in The Citizen last week? It was most assuredly worth I Ihe whole year's subscription. only hope thai this type of teachers may be installed in every "little red school house" in the land, bringing to tlii next generation seers, sages, and solons, galore. F. K. D., Wm. write another soul thriller. Mnluous and wife of Major, Owsley county, were visiting in this section last week. They bought the Collins' Farm for $3,025. in the Glades district and will move here in time to enter their daughter in Ihe September term of Berea College. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No MARRIED REGULARS TO BE SEGREGATED PLAN 18 TO PUT THEM ALL IN THREE REQIMKNTS SO THEV CAN HAVE HOME LIFE. corrwponJnf puMUhrt unl It not for publication, but ilenoj In full by th writer. The nm n evidence of ood fUh. Writ pUlnlr. Roosl is progressing nicely with Mrs. Leonard Moore ns teacher. Rachel Jones and son, Hardin, visitMr. ed Henry II. Davis Saturday. Jones ami Mr. Davis served together in the army in Franco and in Germany. Carico Ed. Roberts reCarico, Autf. 1. turned from Lynch very sirk. Joe Tussey bought a nice calf of W. II. W. H. Evans Roberts for $30.00. of Greenmounl was visiting at Sam Roberts' Saturday and Sunday. We have had the blessed rain at last in this section that was needed so badly, and crops are looking We are having prosperous now. a Hue school this fall at this place, with E. D. Herald, as teacher. til) I n Smilh traded a nice calf to two nice hogs of Jake Hines last w eek. Next Sunday is our regular meeting at Flat Top. All come. S. R. Roberts made a business trip John Sumto Hernstadt today. mers is doing a hustling business hauling log for Bond and Foley and is School Sunday Company. progressing nicely at Flat Top. Martha Johnson of Louisville was visiting her sisters, Mrs. J. F. Roberts and Lillian Smith, of this place Sam Robfour days last week. erts settled a large bee swarm that was passing over a few days ago, and put them in a stand. JACKSON COUNTY McKee Tlio long drouth McKcc, Aug. 3. was broken here Insl week by two rain. However, gardens and corn were damaged considerably, and pastures were almost dried up. Frank Isaacs, an over seas soldier who has been recently discharged, and Delia Turner, daughter o( Jerry Turner, were married last Thursday Their many friends afternoon. wish tliem long, useful, prosperous Hugh Collier, and happy lives. who has recently returned from duty in the A. K. F, was home on a short furlough, but is now at Camp Taylor waiting for his discharge. He is expected home in a The members of the few days. Aty:Kco Sunday School enjoyed a picnic last Thursday afternoon. On account or rain they had lunch in the chapel. All report a good time. Last Friday afternoon, the McKeo Council of J. 0. U. A. M. presented a Hiblc and flag to the McKee public school. yuite a number of Juniors, parents and friends were present. A abort but appropriate program wa3 rendered. Dr. V. H. Hornsby acted as chairman, W. M. Bingham presented the Bible, and Miss Sue Watson, teacher of the school, delivered the address of acceptance. C. P. Moore presented the ilag, and was responded to by H. F. Minter, accepting tho flag on behalf of the school. Singing and marching by the school and the Juniors constituted the remainder of the exerMiss Sue Watson seems to cises. be giving general satisfaction as teacher of our school. She is having a good attendance, and a good The Primary, Saturday, school. passed oil quietly here. From returns from most of the precincts, W. M. Bingham is in the lead for Tax Commissioner, and II. N. Dean for Representative for this district. The Teachers' Institute will convene at McKee August 11. Professor Smith from Nicholasville will be the Charles Lainhart and instructor. Frank Hays, who have been with the A. E. F. in France, have returned home. All of the McKee boys who have been in service abroad have returned except Lieut. Stanley Englc and'he is expected home soon. Fox Town Fox Town, Aug. 2. The drouth has been broken at last. Corn looks like it mighUrevivc some but will S. II. Fox has gone be very light. to Hamilton, 0., to work a while; also. Albert Coyle and William Felty have gone to Dayton, 0 seeking employment. Born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Richard McFarland a girl. Died a few days Her name is Elva. ago Jerry Fowler (better known as Prophet). He was laid to rest in tho Robert McQueen graveyard. John Carr.oll, who has been oversea, has received an honorable discharge and has returned home. He. visited his sister, Mrs. J. H. Webb, last week. Mrs. Jane Fox, of Hamilton, 0., is visiting relatives here this week. Her daughter, Minnie, is with her. Dclbert Sloan has been in this vicinity buying bogs, avcrago price 10 cents. Mrs. Maude Felty has been visiting relatives in Clay county. Married recently, Thomas Lakes and Lona Moore, Andorson. Carpenter and Annio B. G. W. McKinney Russell. has moved to Lona Moore's farm.- Henry McKinney has moved into th6 house vacated by G. W. McKinney. - ESTILL COUNTY Witt The drouth was Witt, Aug. I. broken last week with a good rain. The Crops and gardens have been damaged by the dry weather to The Rev. Mr Bennie some extent. tilled his regular appointment at Ans WinkWisemantown Sunday. ler has returned from France. His many friends and relatives are glad Most all of the to see him back. boys from Estill county have reMiss Grace turned from France. Winn came home last Monday from the Patty Clay Hospital at Richmond where she had an operation Mrs. John Willoughby performed. is visiting friends and relatives. OWSLEY COUNTY Bond, July Bond 31. A good rain Tuesday and another one today are doing much benellt to corn and Most everybody is millet crpps. through "making hay" and the hay D. R. crop is larger than usual. Allen was In this vicinity Monday A now and Tuesday cutting grass. county road is being made from Pigeon Roost school houso to J. II. Pennington's place near Fred BrewSam Taylor is. very low with er's. typhoid fever. Drs. R. W. King and G. C. Goodma nhavo been treating him. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Davis visited Mr. and Mrs. Charley Settle Sunday. Our school at Pigeon Travellers Rest SplenTravellers Rest, Aug. i. did rains for the past week have revived the corn crops considerably. The Rev. G. S'. Wat,son filled hi? regular appo'ntment here Saturday F. F. McCollum and and Sunday. wife were dinner guests of James McQueen and wife Sunday. The Owsley County Institute begins today with E. C. McDougle, of Eastern State Normal, as instructor. Dr. McDougle is an able instructor and wo are glad to welcome him to Roy Flanery and Mae Owsley. Gabbard attended church at Witlnut Grove Sunday. Meal is selling James here at $2.80 per bushel. McQueen has sold his slock of goods to S. A. Caudell. Mr. Caudell's Carl Brandenburg, is running the store. The oil well which is being drilled oh the Thomas Lynch farm will soon be the required depth to test whether there is oil or not. School is progressing nicely at this place with E. E. McCollum as teacher. The pie supper given at the school hotise last Saturday night for the Benefit of the Travellers Rest ball team was quite a success. Thirteen pies sold Miss May Flanery of for 81350. Richmond is visiting relatives here at present. Scoville Mr. and Mrs. Scoville, July 31. Nick Crawford of Linnet are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Judd, at this place. Miss Martha Ross is visiting her grandma at Island Miss Nettie Dooley began City. her school at River View Monday. Alec Dooley began his school at Meadow, Creek, July 21, and Miss Maudo Mclntiro began at Dry Fork, Clayton Bond, who has July 21. spent the past nine month over seas, George returned homo Thursday. Martin who has been farming in Taylor county is visiting his parents at present. Misses Nell and Flora son-in-la- w, No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour Returns to its before-the-whigh standard of ar quality Once Tried - - - - Always Used arm and many culs and bruises, while Nalhan was only n little shakAmong the Bryantsvlllu en up. people in Danville Friday afternoon and Carrie J. Rowland, were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brooks, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin A good number of peoprimary. ple of this plane attended the llulett and family, Mrs. Florence Christian and "Holly Roller" meet- Ballard and Rhoda Wylie, Ethel and ing at Plensaht Grow, Sunday, also Earl Wylie, Mrs. John Bryant, Mrs. Berkley, Mrs. Ethel Berkley and son Saturday night nnd Friday night. and Allen Stlllweil. This, community suffered 'n heav 'storm Tuesday evening. Corn Holds MADISON COUTNY were lojd low by the wind, and the Wallacaton land was badly washed by the tlown-jiot- ir On account Wallaceton, Aug. l. D. W. Mainous has of rain. moved into the collage on the school of the long drouth crops are rut; f. The rain has causgrounds to live while he builds his about ed everything to take on pew life,; ,new houses.. and the erpos are looking lots bet- -' Island City J. C. Caldwell dle.l July 23. Island City, Aug. . The insti- ler. His body was laid to rest in the tute will convene at Booncvillo this week. Farmer Siemoro of Taft Wallaceton cemetery in the pres- reports the oil men aro-a depth ence of a large crowd of friends and or COO feet with the well on hi? relatives. The Rev. William Bryant father's farm; struck gas at a depth preached his funeral at the Chapel. Mary Oulnn, who has been wait- -, The election wenl off of 200 feet. in Owsley county quietly in favor of ing on her brother, Roy Botkin, has Courtland, relurned to her home-IT. N. Roberts of Vine for RepresenD. S. Botkin sold to Simon W. N. Hughes joins The lud. tative. Citizen family; had rather suffer the Munry 20 head of hogs for $252-1- 0. Clarence Wilson is now making affliction with The Citizen family to enjoy the pleasures of sin his home with William Henry of! than Mrs. Thomas Todd U' for a season. There were services Red Lick. routined to the Robinson Hospital at, at the Southern Church Sunday.. Miss Clarey Howl in and' Daniel Bowman, a former citizen of Berea. Berea. is in very poor henlth at pres- brother, Bailey, are visiting their Mrs. ent, Drs. Tye and Morris attend- sister In Henry county. ing The old lady Gentry seems Emily Kidd is visiting her father and mother in Taylor county. to be on the decline at present. Coyle Panola Miss Grova Bowman of Island City Refreshing rain' Coyle, Aug. 5. The drought was Panola, Aug. I. is planning on going to Jackson, Breathitt county, to have her eyes has banished the melancholy look of broken Thursday by a nice rain examined. Mrs. Delia Norris of the farmer, and crops of all kinds which was very badly needed. Mr. Cincinnati is contemplating on pay- are again holding out hope for al and Mrs. Luther Todd entertained Otis Arnett and a number of friends and relatives ing her parents a visit in September. bountiful harvest. G. F.lick King and wife had a pleas- wife (nee, Mamie Bicknell" motored with n nice dinner, Sunday. W. ant trip to Walnut Grove, Sunday, through here euroute to Iocust Todd and family visited his father, and were entertained by hearing Branch lo spend the week end with' I. N. Todd, of Dreyfus. Mr. and Mrs. several preachers give their ideas the latter'a parets, Mr. and Mrs. H.O John Glossip visited their daughter, The Rev. Mr. Penniman Mrs. Elgie Lake, Sunday. Mrs. WilDurward .Morris Bicknell. on the Gospel. and others arc planning on going to is holding n revival at Locust Branch.' bur Bucy, of Cleveland, Ohio, is The Rev. J. W. Richardson audi visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Red Bird to engage in haulin? Robert Lake. Mrs. George Bishop staves for Mr. Congleto.n of Rich- wife attended church Sunday. The Rev. Wm. E. Rix of Berea is, was the guest of her s.isters, Miss , mond. holding a series of meetings here.' Dora and Nellie Bums, of Berea, Ray, Everett and James Benge! Sunday. Mrs. Eva Denny visited her GARRARD COUNTY were week end guests of their, sister, Mrs. James Gentry, Friday Lancaster Lake fnther, John Benge. Maggie Bar night. Rnda and Gertrude Lancaster, Aug. 5. Miss lona rett of Richmond is visiting her r, visited their brother, Elgie, ThursDunn and Eugene Bradshaw put one day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry ChesMrs. B. Revis, of Vogel. over on their many friends Saturter Powell is visiting relatives and Wilson, of Illinois, visited Mrs. Wilday afternoon by getting tmirried. The family of Rollie Co son's grandparent. Mr. and Mrs. Miss lona is the daughter of Jesso friends. J. A. Todd, Sunday. ThoDunn of this city and is very ac- visited the family of Beeeham Mrs. Bob Elliott and mas, Sunday. complished and popular, and is one CLAY COUNTY Atwood, Marjorie and of the most efficient teachers in th children. Vine Raymond, were guests of the family county. Mr. Bradshaw also lives in Coy, Sunday. Some of our nc Aug. 2. - We are having county and is a successful of Eb this contemplating attend- plenty of rain and the crops are lookfarmer. The young couple will be citizens are ing the Old Fiddlers' Contest at Be- ing line. Mr. and Mrs. James Pennat home to their friends at BradDewey Cox at- ington, who have been visiting rela 15th. Miss rea on the shaw Mill after this week. tended the funeral of his Utile lives in Garrard and Madison CounLela Smith of London has been visWells, at Richmond ties, have returned home. Married iting Miss Addie Criseillis at Hyatts-- i cousin. Orla Saturday. It was such a sad death. at the bride's home, July 31, Mr. ville. While Miss Smith was hero Orla (only i years old) was playing Willie Bond to Miss Sarah Ponder. the following entertainments were lightning May their lives be long nndyhappy given in her honor: A lawn fete at near a clothes line when struck a tree to which the line was is Hie wish of their many friends. the home of Miss Criscillis on TueskilleU him instantly. The School begins at this place, July 21, day evening; a dinner on Monday at tied, and bereaved parents have our sympa- with Miss Delia Wells ns teacher. the home of Mrs. Charley Moore; a C. I. Ogg. Elizabeth Ogg, Mr. Mrs. Sylvania Creech, of Lancaster, thy. six o'clock dinner on Wednesday Doppie is visiting her parents al this pl.qcc. evening by. the Misses Maltle and and Mrs. L. It. Hart (nee, Kathleen Ogg , motored from Berea -- Mr. and Mrs. Levi Pennington atSallie Lulz; and on Thursday evenFarm, and spent the tended the 0. E. S. Memorial Meeting a dinner at tho beautiful lo Idle Wild day with Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Rawl-ing- s. ing at the Cradlebow Cemetery. Frcountry home of Miss Willie Nancy Elizabeth had her violin and idayFelix Pennington, of Anville, is Gastineau. Miss Smith left Saturrendered some beautiful selections visiting at this place. day and on her way home will vsill which were greatly enjoyed by all. Mrs. Jones in Stanford for a few Dave Shepherd and wife of Had-d- ig Ldays. Lon- -i Miss Edith Jones of OWSLEY COUNTY . ... . . are visiting at the home of her Major uon is maxing an exienueu visit ai parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Shepthe home of of Messrs. Mack and Major, Aug. 1. Mrs. Ellen Braden-btir- g, Uncle Charley Cox is still Bradley Kincaid, herd. Gilbert Morgan. Callie Sexton, Lizzie AlexanWilgus Hunter was a who has been in the service- for very ill. der, and Mamyo Hill were visiting Alice Revis of court day visitor. nearly two years, came in Saturday. Major, Sunday. Misses Cassio Vogel was thrown from her horse in Ho is now with his sister, Mrs Mike and Cora Scale visited Mr. and Mrs. recently and has suffered very much Gentry Congleton, of Bealtyvllle, Burnsidc. pain in consequence. Paint Lick Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Mru Blue Lick Pmiilnrvrass were Miss Mary Paint Lick, Aug. 1. ' i I t ' I .'.,.7. liiivim The contin- the 'guests of Jim Medcalfe's, Sun Blue Lick, Aug. 1. Grier is the guest of Mrs. Henry Mrs". Tom Slavin and Mrs. ued drouth of the past month has day. Enpch Halcomb left here today Conn. E. L. Woods have just returned from been broken by splendid rains in for Iho oil ileitis. Mrs. Callie Scale Battle Creek, Mich., where they this section and lo! the luxuriant is visiting at Irvine al present. spent a couple of weeks. Mrs. A. B. cornfields are waving their green Floyd Judd and Levi Davidson left Wynn has returned homo from Har- banners and shaking golden tassels here for Richmond, today. Mr. and Mr. and lan, where she has been at tho bed In bold dellance to old Sol's, fervid Mrs. Cecil Brandenburg, The tobacco thought by Mrs. Fred Evans ami Mrs. Willa side of her mother for three weeks. rays. Several cars full of people motored some farmers to bo injured past re- Haekcr and daughter we're tho guest to Nicholasville Sunday afternoon demption has changed its dress of of Mr. Daglln Ray's family, Satursickly yellow and donned a suit of day night and SuntlayClayton to see the ball game. Miss Fannie Dowden was a guest Thursday royal green, lifting its head proudly Mainous relurned from over seas evening to a dinner given by Mrs. in all its majcstiu,ugliucss us if to Wednesday. Curio Davidson left SuperinJune Baxter at her homo in Rich- say "I told you so," thereby admin- for Lexington, Monday. istering reproof and rebuke to men tendent Wm. Mainous gave his fare mond. for lack of faith when worrying well address to tho Union Sunday- Bryantsville The public school, Sunday. Miss Winnie RowBryantsville, Aug. 3. Collivcr over the drouth. Dawes, son of tho Rev. and Mrs. B.A. school on Blue Lick is progressing land returned from Richmond, Sat Dawes, has returned homo from finely under Ihu ministration of Mrs. urday. W. J. Pendergrass left hero Mr. and Mrs. Lorn Tcater Striiuk, a most efficient and experiFrance. Saturday for Cincinnati. Lester Elmo Flanery is Rowland returned from Cincinnati, of Lancaster attended tho funeral enced teacher. of Rulher Shcrrow Sunday after attending u house party, as guest of Wednesday night. Miss Mniid Pen noon at Mt. Hebron. Sam Halcomb honor, at the homo of an old Mary-vil- le dergrass left hero Saturday morn-Iat Russclville, schoolmate, has returned home from Franco. His for Berea. Tho teachers of Chief among tho enjoyable Owsley County will attend institute many friends are glad to sea him Tenu. Mr. and Mrs. Willard events of this section was a lawn this week. homo again. ,11am aro rejoicing over tho arrival social given at tho home of Squire Goochland Miss Elizabeth Ha-g- Johnson last week, in honor of reGoochland, Aug. L Wo have had (of a flue son. is visiting her sister, Mrs. Walturned soldier boys. Nearly two some lino rains, and crops aro lookMisses Martha and hundred guests were present anil all ing irood in this vicinity. Dan Gab ter Arnold. Margaret Curtis visited Mrs. B. P. were liberally served with cako and bard writes lo folks at homo that Swopo Sunday. Among thoso who cream. Music was furnished by an .ho U getting along nicely since he have measles now aro Edwin Wylie, oxcollent string band. About twenty-llv- o Went lo Richmond to bo treated for soldier boys were there ex (Coatlantd m Ttf mt) Jack Williams, Virgil Prultt, and ond adventure into matrimony. The Buck Creek Graded School began Monday with Clayton Rowland, principal, Misses Reha Williams, one-halat n ' sjs-te- QUARTERS FOR THE FAMILIES War Department Believe Thlt Not Only Would Be Better for the and Their Wive, but Would Encourage Sol-dle- By EDWARD B. CLARK. Wnshlngton. Something new la proml'oil In the I'nlted Stntes army; Hint U Uncle Sum's regular army. It Is proposed lijr Hie war department lo put nil Hie married regulars Into three regiment nml to station Hietn utpost where there nre living quarter for y families nnd where the men run the home life. Nothing of till' kind ever before tin been attempted In the service. In the old dny of the regnlnr nrmy when nn enlisted ninn took unto hlmelf n wife he win not nlwnys certain that he could provide n home for tier within the limit of the gnrrlson where he wn stiitliiiicd. The result wn Hint the wife frequently wn compiled to live In some nenrliy town. The nrrnnge-mewn good neither for the man, for hi wife, nor for the military service. It wn found nut In the old day, however. Hint married enlisted men who managed to secure qunrtcrs within the garrison for their families were In the service. Thlt likely tn of eaoned soldiers wn "a good thlnstfor the army. Apparently It Is the belief of the authorities that by proper provision for the wive and children of enlisted men, will tie encouraged ami the service benefited. Many Regular Married Abroad. It Is snhl Hint 20.000 American soldiers married foreign brides while they were on service abroad. Of course not all of the 20.000 soldiers were regulars, nor anything like all of them, but It Is said that enough regular married to make It possible to create three regiments, the largest proportion of the enlisted personnel of which will be married men. The soldiers who have married, and who are ?o be put Into special regiments nre called Ihe V. F. V.'s. No, thl does not mean First Families of Virginia, but Father of Family en-jont Vet-eran- s. Into which Two of the regiment married men are to tie Inducted are the Third and Sixth cavalry, both of theta famous In American history for their fighting qualities. The Third and Sixth have seen service wherever the American flag has been unfurled, except In one or two places where marines alone entered Into the light. An Infantry regiment with a large part of Its personnel comed of married men also Is to he named, hut as yet the particular regiment has not beeo se- ...... - " au There was a good deal of marrylnit and giving In marriage In France during the stay In that country of the The authorities of American army. French municipalities where soldier were billeted took a fatlierly Interest In matrimonial matter on behalf of the daughters of fair France. They did not want any of their girls to he deceived Into marriage with men who already might have matrimonial entanglements. If entanglements I Ihe right word tn use. So It was that the mnyors In many of the Frenrh town obtained from the soldier who contemplated matrimony his home addres. the names of his parents, and the name of his postmaster. Then before the marriage was nllowed to be solemnized, tho chief town official would write to the soldier's home to make Inquiry concerning him. When the good news came back that Hie soly dier was nil right the marriage waa performed, perhaps by the official who had made the Inquiry to establish the good reputation of tha groom. French Qlrls Are Attractive. The larger part of the marriage contracted abroad were those of soldier who were in what Is called the S. O. S. area; that Is the area of service of supplies. These men were charged with the great work of forwarding supplies of fond, ammunition, clothing and other things to the men at the front. They were also charged with the building of parks for the Incoming American troops, with the operation of the railroad and with dozens of other duties which were essential In order that Hie nrmy might be nble to fight a good fight. French girls are pretty, vivacious, To and what one might call fetching. a staid old soldier, husband of a wife, nnd father of n family In far off America, and who could look on them with the aloofness of a patriarch. It was not surprising that muny of the young unmarried Americans speedily fell victims to the Hrrow of Cupid, who shoot Just aa well in Frunce, nnd perhup better, than he does In the other countries of the world. There havo been some nonsensical Ideas In America about the. French People have read about Paris, girls. Its extreme gayety and Its frivolity, but the truth ta that there la no mora frivolity In Parta than there la In some In the province) big American cities. of France, In the small towns and villages, there la staldneas of conduct on the part of the young women which well 'might be emulated In like plaew la America. cere-mon- lected.