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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): August 14, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 cit1919081401_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): August 14, 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. f r BEREA Knltrtd elan l A (INCORPORATED) WM. C. FROST, editor-tn-CMWf0I-- i at PUBLISHING CO. limn, K at itronH umtrr Act of Marrk, Il7t. lima, Kv. lblithrd Retry Vol. XXI. Five Cents Per Copy. j!?e Ygtegto The citizen IIKitKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, At'OUST 1 ttie Interests of ttio 3WCoxrj.tiizi People 1, Knowlcdgo Is Power and the way to keep up with modern Knowlcdgo Is to read a food Nowspapcr. 101'J. One Dollar and Fifty Cents Per Year. No. 7. Educate for Service and Not Selfishness The great economic upheaval that is shaking the foundation of American industry should have a very definite reaction upon the education of our people. There are a number of irreconcilable and dangerous forces that are working counter to each other and bringing disaster to the mass of the American people. In the first place there is the trained and shrewd profiteer or man higher up who has turned his knowledge and education into channels of greed and fraud. The key word in his training was selfishness and his aim was to get all he could in life by fair or foul means. His learning and ability have prepared him to exploit his neighbor and manipulate the resources of the country for personal gain. He tries to make his employees and the public, he is supposed to serve, believe he is giving them one hundred per cent value for their money and time. Such selfish education is a menace to an unsuspecting and untrained public. On the other hand there is the untrained and, often, illiterate man at the bottom. He believes he is not getting a "square deal" and he resorts to violence as a means of righting his wrongs. He forces strikes and strikes again with the hope of getting satisfaction. Each time he strikes another little boost is given to the price of commodities so that his net earnings are no more than they were before and oftentimes less. The battle between these two great forces ' continues and all the rest of humanity suffers. In this case the want of proper education proves a menace to society. There is a sound basts upon which all society should stand. That basis is a brotherhood fostered by honest, christian education. In the first place, in a democracy like ours, everybody should be educated. Everybody should have the opportunity of knowing the principles upon which fair business and clean society are built. They should know what is just and equitable in all things, and how to secure justice in an honorable way. The only way to attempt the solution of the complex problems of our country is by the proper kind of universal education, education that reaches the hearts and consciences of men, as well as the head. Education in America has a tendency to gotoo far in the direction of selfish proficiency, preparing men to do things not only in nn expert way but to use their acquired knowlege for their own advancement rather than for the good of the community. There are a few institutions in the country which trying to combine efficiency with high moral aims are Berea College is such an institution. Berea maintains that any school has failed to perform its greatesc mission if it teaches young people to be expert without implanting in them the spirit of service. The education that makes people more honest and considerate of the welfare of others is the kind to get. Such education comes from contact with great teachers ln"a great institution where the fear of God and love of over everything else. humanity take Berea College is endeavoring to be such an instituM. E. V. tion with just such teachers. pre-eminen- Berea is for the Mountains Berea is for You Berea has turned away a great many young people from the North and from the Blue Grass in order to make room for the young people from the mountains. And Berea discourages some rich mountain boys and girls by the plain living, and its requirement that every student shall do some work. Berea is for the mountains. All its studies are fitted to the mountains mountain agriculture, wood-worru ral education, and all the rest. It has students from all the mountain states outside Kentucky, the Virginias, the Carolinas, Tennessee, Northern Georgia and Alabama. It is worth while to go to Berea just for the friends and acquaintances you will make. And Berea puts the cost of education within reach of all. There has been no k, PUSH CAMPAIGN AGAINST PROFITEERS during WorWNews increase in the "incidental ' fee," which is the same as twenty years ago. The instruction is a free gift. All teachers' salaries are paid from the funds of the school without calling on the students for one cent. And every effort is being made to WM, G. FROST PRESIDENT keep down the cost of living. We dress plainly in Berea. We have a cooperative store where books and other things which students need arcsold at cost. The great expense in education is board though we should remember that we have to eat if we stay at home! For twenty-fiv- e years Berea never raised the price of board. It has its farm, garden, dairy, bakery, cold storage, etc., all used to reduce the price of board. But it has to buy its sugar, flour, cow feed, etc. So we are raising board 65 cents a week. In the Fall young men used, to pay $1.60, and a young woman $1.35. Now the prices willbe $2.25 and $2.00, and in the Winter 25 cents a week more. But remember that education is cheap at any price. And remember you must get education while you ilB are young. The Fall Term begins September 17th. Kentucky News Cuts Swath in Martin Aug. 11. A rain and windstorm of the hurricane type swept a path through Martin coun ty approximately two miles wide, destroying all growing crops. All telephone lines are down, and as yet the damage cannot he estimated. No lives as yet have been reported lost. Inez, Ky 14 Miles in 14 Minutes Frankfort, Ky, Aug. 12. An incident without parallel in railroad circles occurred at Frankfort when a single freight car. loaded with sand, made the trip alone from Ver-- I sullies lo ClilTside, 11 miles in II minutes. An attempt to kick the car in a switch at Versailles gave il the start. A defective brake prevented it from being stopped. Two train men roue tne car uecause they could not get olf. U. S. News President Reviews Marine Brigade President Wilson reviewed the famous Marine Drigadc as it marched down Pennsylvania avenue in Washington. These are the llrst war veterans Wilbon has reviewed in America. Hurricane Farming as a Business By Secretary M. E. Vaughn There was a time when any ordi- fertility and Hie ever increasing nary "ulodhuppcr" or "hayseeder' population that must be fed. could make a good living on any piece of ground, but that time is passing. The old timo farmer and bis methods must pass in order to give way to the new and more scientific ways of doing things. Tho fact is, the modern farmer is not displacing the old land spoiler fast enough For generations vast numbers of farmers have continued to rob tho soil year after year as if it belonged to thorn solely and nobody eNo in the world would ever have need for It. They have cut away the trees, denuded IIm hillsides and filled up the rivers with mud, sill and sand without a thought of future land CONTENTS J During my recent experience in my pleasure lo make some comparisons in agriculture and measure the returns of French farms with those of the l ulled Franrc il was j PAGE ! Editorials: Education for Service and not Bullishness: Uorea Is. for tho Mountains. Fanning as a Business. U.S, world, State News. trations. School News nnd Illus Serial Story. Is tho Dodge. PAGE 2. PAGE 3. PAGE 4. PAGE 5. War Over? by Professor Locals and Church Notes. Au- Small Children and tomobiles. fieneral Nows. PAGE 0. Farm and Homo DepartSunday School Lessons-Serm- on. School Nows and ments. PAGE 7, Pictures. PAGE 8. Eastern Kentucky News. Oil Wells at Bowling Green Howling Green, Ky Aug. II. The third good oil well within tho Im- -I mediate vicinity of tho corpbra-- 1 tlon line of Howling Green was com- -, pleled Saturday on tho Horace Ho- hen farm, on the Cemotery pike, one ' mile from the city. The well was completed at a depth of 800 feet, and while no test lias been made;" every indication points to a heavy yield or oil. Tho lease is owned by Mr. Goldstein, of Jamestown, N. Y. K. V. Fowler brought in well No. 3 Saturday on tho Nuncy Johnson Secretary Vaughn leaso in the Gainesville pool, and the well is rejwrted to bo between capacity. This Slates. Every acre of French soil a 100- - and Is put to some prolltablo use. Tho is one of tho host and largosl wells laud that is not cultivated is in struck on tho Gainesville pool" Drilling has commenced 011 the grass while washes and barren Judge H. W. Hrudburn farm near hillsides ure unknown. Hows of trees aro planted by tho the city. The leaso is owned by streams, at tho foot of. tho hills and the Howling Greou I'ipo Lino Comalong tho ledges to hold the earth pany. in place and protect tho precious suit which has been tho life and Clinton County Soldier Saved His strength of tho French nation for Own Life two thousand years,. Tho French Albany, Ky, Aug. It. Ilradloy a Graham, about 18 years old, of this fanner is a religious farmer worshiper of tho bit of ground that county, saved his own life while has brought forth a living for his fighting In Fraivee. Ho was llrst family for llvo and oven tea genera- - wounded by a small piece of (Coatlautd ou Fig Stun) on page 5) I . '.'00-barshrap-(Contiuued Carnegie Dies Andrew Carnegie, 83 years old, died at his Massachusetts home after as illness of three days. A sudden attack of bronchial pneumonia was tho direct causo of his g death. A advocate of world peace, the worJd war is said lo have dealt the steel magnate a persons Seven Montreal. were bard blow. burned to death when In n lire on a sceule railway at nil amusement resort near the city. The bodies of three Permits Bottling of Whisky to bo men, three women and a boy were re Sold in October covered from the ruins. Police feared Chicago, Aug. 12 (Associated Press) several more persons lost their lives Acting on instructions received and ,that the bodies will be recovered from Washington, Julius F. Smio-lank- a, when search Is resinned. It has been Collector of Internal Ilevenue Impossible so far to Identify thu dead. Thu cause of tho fire, which destroyed for the Chicago district, which now not only part of the scenic railway, includes Peoria, has issued orders hut also other amusement devices, is permitting the rectifying of whisky. unknown, but It Is believed It was As a result of this order il is said sturted by a lighted cigarette or that thousands of barrels of liquor mutch. are being bottled by dealers preMurphy Accuses Wilson. paratory to salo when the wartinm Pnrls. Having been refused perprohibition ban is lifted. mission to visit Ireland, J, A. Murphy, life-lon- The denlli of Andrew Carnegie, Iho week, removes from tho world a man who has been interHOOVER'S AIDS ARE ENLISTED national in his Interests. He gava BY ATTORNEY GENERAL the money to construct the great MITCHELL PALMER. P,race Palace at the Hague and was greatly interested in all movements lo do away with war. His last days Telegrami Sent To Officials Outlining were saddened by Ibe event of tho Measures To Be Uiel In Every recent war. He was also concerned County Directors Are To Name with the eiTort to create friendly Investigation Boards. relations between Ibe United Slates nnd the South American countries. Wntfrn Newipaper Union News Servlra. Washington. Food Administrators In The American Meet has completed every stote, who worked during tlie its voyage to the Pacific Ocean war Under the supervision of Herbert through the Panama Canal. Twenty- -, Hoover, wilt begin the formation of seven days were enough to com- -, "fnlr price committees," In response to plele the voyage whereas it took n request directed to tlicm by Attorney ISO to make the trip around Capo GenGeneral Palmer. The Attorney Horn in 1008. This gives some idea eral's telegram to the Food Adminis- of the advantage to the United Slates trators with tills request murks of the Canal. It is the expectation step In tho Government's light that from this time on we will havj ngnlnst tlio high cost of living, und Is two Heels instead of one. In necorilnnco with tho desires exThe llrst governor of e, pressed by the President In bis messince its return to the French, sage to Congress. Once fnlr prices nrc estnhllshed uml posted by the Food is Alexandre Millerand. who was Administrators nil of the strength of minister of war at Ibe time or the the Department of Justice Is to ho outbreak of the great war. He Is a used to maintain observances of these man of experience and takes bold of prices hy wholesalers nnd retailers of his new task with enthusiasm. foodstuffs. VIolntlons of the fair price lists are There are many difficult problems to be reported Immediately to the connected with the new administranenrest United States District Attor- tion of thu disputed territory ami''." ney, who has heen vested with author- n man of large calibre is required' ity to proceed at once against the of- (o meet and solve them. Attorney-Genera- l Palmer's fender. telegram to the .State Food AdminisThe communist government irr trators reads: "In order to obtain uccurate Infor- Hungary seems lo have been ended mation relatlvg.to charges of profiteer- by the resignation or Bela Kun. It ing by dealers In necessary commodihas been a period or terror during ties, It Is the Meslro of the Governwhich there has been much los3 of ment to ascertain whether or not such life and loss of property lo former dealers are making more than a fair owners. The new ruler is Arch-Dumargin of profit. Will you nsslst In Joseph. He Is a member of your stnte hy requesting those persons who have been County Food Ad- the Hapsburg family but was always ministrators under your Jurisdiction to noted for his liberality and symappoint Fair Price Committees, Includ- pathy tor the common people. His ing one retailer of groceries, one of ministry contains many Socialists dry goods, u representative of the pro- and Communists so that tho new ducers, of organized labor, of housegovernment cannot be called an auwives, two or three representatives of the public generally, also a whole- tocracy in the old sense of the term. saler when practicable. The Allies have interfered to stop tho advance of the Rumanian Train Crashes Into Automobile. .Midi. Five persons, one armies toward the capital of Hunman, one woman mid three children, gary. So close did they come that were killed Instantly when a west- a s.bort time longer would have enbound mall train crushed Into an auto- able them to control Budapest. mobile In which they were riding. The A threat to cut olT food supplies has bodies of the mini and one of the chilbeen the agency used to stop tho dren were Identllled as George I'ola-ko- advance The Rumanians cannot nnd the son, who lived on a farm near l'uwpaw. The woman get on without supplies from out-sid- e as the Germans strinped-theIs said to be Mrs. Silverman, of Chicago, and the other two children her or all they had during the war. daughters, one 10 years ofd nnd the other 0 years old, who have heen visThe King and Queen or England iting at the I'olukow home. The sta- tecently entertained their servants, tion platform, a few yards uwny, whs who number in the thousands. Tho crowded with persons waiting for tin royal pair seemed to enjoy the oceastbouud train when the accident took place. The machine and Its occupants casion and mingled freely with Mm were tossed high In thu air. According people, especially giving attention to witnesses, a llagman was standing to Ibe children. Monarchy is ruit a on the eiisthoiind tracks when (he autovery formal affair in England commobile approached. Instead of heeding pared with earlier days. The King the warning ting It Is said the driver has especially enjoyed attending the ran his machine on the tracks In front base ball games played by Ameriof the train. can soldiers and has cordially groet- -t ed the star players. Seven Die In Fire In Montreal.' Alsace-Lorrainke m Tho Japanese minister to tho United Stales has given assurance that his country intends to deal fairly with China, in the matter of the territory taken from Germany on the Shantung Peninsula. Soma published declaration is expected from Japan but she has thus far to make it until her representatives return from Paris and all the facts are in tho hands of tho government. Although there aro many causes for mistrust it is necessary to givo Japan time lo satisfy public opinion. -- ' guished husband?" the message said. "Ills death constitutes a very seriFreight Car Shortage Will Come. ous loss to tho forces of humanity New York. The consensus In the and enlightened public sorvice, and equipment Industry Is that this countakes out of the world a force which try will fucu u freight cur shortage In it could 111 afford to spare." the uutunm. The poor condition of curs, thu luelllcieut manner In which Repeal of War Tax Requested rolling stock Is being bundled and tho Credit Men Urge Flat Income Rate delay In making needed repairs ure To Replace Excess Profits Measures tho chief factors which are bringing New York, August II. Urging this condition ubout. Furthermore, Administration U not exrepeal of tho excess profit (ax on thu ltutlroud pected to order uny curs, now that the ground that it is ono of tho railroads are to he returned to prlvutu the (Continued on page 5 ownership next December. Commissioner, Issued a slntement In which hu accused PresPresident Condoles With Mrs. ident Wilson of having connived with Carnegie Washington, Aug. 12. President thu Government of Great Itrltnln in suppression of an Investigation of Wilson, in a message of comlolenco tho Ilrltlsh atrocities hi Ireland. Murphy, sent to Mrs. Andrew Carnegie, said who will sail for New York In two or the death of tho philanthropist con three days, charges that from present stituted a serious loss to the forces Indications It Is almost a foregone conclusion that "thanks to the way Presiof humanity. "May I not express my deep sym dent Wilson played Intq the bunds of Lloyd George," pathy at tho loss of your distin- will not consider tho Peuco Conferenco the Irish question. n Europe is having its opposition to high cost of living as well as Amor.-le- a. Protests and strikes of various . . i ' ' ,. T, mihis are ueipiciii.i m eoiii,pmceaM the cost of living makes our dltUcuU ties seem small. In Germany, for example, il is reported that butter has just fallen from $8.00 a pound to $1.00. Prolltcers aro at work there as elsewhere. Thousands aro literally starving everywhere on tho continent of Europe. . ' Henry Morganthau has been sent by our government to Poland to examine conditions and especially to look after tho Interests of lie Jews, who aro reported to have 'Jeen slain in large numbers. Poland Is Juit now considering the treaty with Oermany and is favorably impvess-e- d, Paderewski still'holds su.iromo control in the government ond promises to bo a groat a. statesman as ho was a mcfsiciau. I Are you just through High School? Get year in Berea College. Pnpo Two. THE CITIZEN August II, 1010. Kentucky nnd nn unusual Intiornlory the knowledge that he will ho able equipment for the teaching of Phys- to complete his work nnd gel full ics, Chemistry, Hiologyf Agrlcullure, credit fur it if he remnins hut one anil Domestic Science. lerni. In this way students with ) Tlio dormitories nro moilorn nnd limited menus may easily earn, ...... ....j well equipped steam henlcd, clec-- I uldl.i Ijiiirtlifm nllftlllll In tllpl!- fill II, ...p,. lllllir I! HI II, I, trie lighted, with beds, lieddlng nnd their expenses while ntlondlngi furnishings. necessary nil Tho school the lmlnneo nf the year. Hoarding Halls witli Hakory, Can Can I Meet the Expenses of a Term nery, Ice Plant, Dairy, Storo Hooiih at Berea? I'pon applying fur admission. nnd Dining Rooms nru managed with kill nud prudence, and the student students must make n deposit of is charged for board only enough toi four dollars. This will bo returned, M'r the arlual cost of food, labor In the student upon his leaving the' nnd repnirs. Institution, provided he leaves li is DEAN MATHENY Hie Cooperative Store makes ill room in good condition and fulfills Academy possible Hie shutout to securolhis obligations to Hie School. Tho! books nud supplos at tho lowest1 student must lime a small amount' prices. to buy books and to pay for laundry, as to gie the best preparation for 'pursuing an extended courso In lloie i n hnstiitnl witli doctors' miiiiliiiinrv. sinning, ote. or civil mechanical, lla iimwI nm- - llin Rnllncn six dol- - elerlriml, and nurses to oaro for tho students ttli. may be ill. Medical examinalars eaeh term. This money is uswl1 engineering. Hero where thorough, tion and care aro given students to keep up the expenses nf build.! ,noss and nrriimry are dituandoil 1. ..Kfl..Ml.3 1. ml nKniininn r j, .1.11 i "' without charge. ings. grounds, jnnuor service, ngni. phaslzod. Does Berca Normal School Meet My heat, water, and surh thnigs. For board for the fall term, ho, "Hut young men plan to no uoe-pa- vs Needs? TIIK l.IIIKAKY at the rate of two dollars per, tors or lawyers. History. English, Gill rf Ardrrw Ihciuuml 1V. with Herea Normal School directs its trt f'r r rw ci mlrf c in Itvtlx fjclllllm for scholarly periodical, refcrencr orl, Mtnlnar rnctiia and II bfftt week for girls, and two dollars anil Sanitation. Civlrs, and other work. attention especially to tho prepararelating to those professions cents per week for boys.'. ni-ttion of teachers for the For room rent he pays llfly cents are inugiil so ns 10 my uio proper miiMil axlwtril tin tlila liiioMdii people who live there. Hilt they education gels more cosily in other per week. In the room, all neces- foundations Tor liuiiiiiiig up a Highly dcman( nf 10 t A COLLEGE COURSE FOR THE sary furniture, bedding, and towel" leclinirnl training that will insure must awaken to the needs of the Places I hose courses of study are,,,,,. ,oncllirs nm, a,so ,)cCaS0 ...... r..ii.jlin.l MOUNTAIN BOY AND GIRL success nud public commendation hour. And they are. adapted to meet tho needs. A course t ..., l...l...f ! WHY NOT? lil lll l Will,, II... .....II llll' from any clientage. There must be more and better or two years length may Invitat on , scool,ll.is'an u, f will education for all. Tho spirit of those who can stay no longer, a ,,.,. flir nMW ,n,.,J "erwi invites only those who bo- - Many Hip become business men , farms as practical fhrm- Korea College exists for the peo- democracy demands that all should course of four years by thoso who' f inniii,,.. Hove in its principles. All who 0011 or go on ir-- u are louu.i urro u. ... ple of the Mountain Section of the have an opportunity. An education ean stay. Teachers of merit and: H'mplnto attending Herea slioulii er. " n,, will, n , v,,,,,,,! ' X"'" of South. Friends from every part of helps everyone. There is now a character are employed nnd ' ' prnetienl business ethics, economies, the country have given money for distinct call for men and women equipment is being incrensed every ,,'3. in ' and ninis of the Institution. f ' ! ,"c, , its buildings nnd equipment. The who have a larger education than year. It .is possible to select a sub- - ' The following are some chief alms simple arrounting. and fnrm life. , J'"1' So",L' w"' ,,eC0,"c rt'Ugl0US 0r 80 ' Institution is widely known nnd the graded school or high school ject or group of subjects and I'1' "" 0 II- honored. It has sent out into the can give. There is a call for colendeavor is to give ,,3 ia. workPrs. Tho Hib.e course,. nt 'hem thoroughly. " Ul" M l" C1 ,M',,,,mi f 11,0 U"r,S world a large number of men and lege men nnd women, in the Moun! cl,S.mCiMor lwlml The advantages of the College.nre ry so- 1" B"l vv' women who have been successful tains. They are needed for teachers not conllne,! to the courses' of' .vl.gion the truths held by leg- - Sninky School, the . and i nru now holding positions of in the schools. The schools of to- study fr01" ?e ln Con.nct with ambitious . Tr.1. greatest opportun- importance in every line. It is an morrow will demand better teach- young people from nearly every teachings and it expects all lo'li.iiw auord three miles and four miles respect' -. for the mint thorough anil established College, one with .1 ers than those of yesterday. They pari of Hip Mountain Section nnd attend daily wowhip and regular Inively from the Normal School cam-- i practical training in these Ilehls. cd slriu-tionoble history and successful record. must lie thoroughly prepared. The Mime from other parts of in the Hible. pus. to which our stuilents are It has the conlldence of the lending teacher is a great factor in every states and ren foreign countries tarried It was founded with the express1 AH yming women of Hip land nrc in automobiles for the pur- -' men in the nation. It can take care community and much more is to be innking the best educa- - looking forward to a full ami oom-lipose of observing the best methods, purpose of boys and girls and it wants required of him than "keeping of more possible for thoso of smallest Pleto pnrtielpntlon In tho affairs of ( f organising, managing and tench- you. Ambitious boys and girls are school." College men and women means. Helieving that simplicity government. They will find eoursos er nig a rural school. asked to rend this. Pnrents, am- are needed to supply the doctors, ami economy are imiMirlaiit things here in history, civics, ami eoonom-i- n I he courses , offered in Herea Nor bitious for their boys and girls, are lawyers, and government ollleialsj education, it insists upon them ics that aro especially adopted to mal School includes review of the' asked, likewise, to read. 111 every Mountain County of the in all the arrangements of sohool Hip preparation of both young men lommon school branches, special The Mountains are awake. Changes South. Old fashioned .doctors and It also believes that somo and women for the practical duties courses in School Organization and lif.. f eitwetisliip. are going, on faster than pen can law yers have done good work but n proper part of Management, the regular High manual labor is Not n tew of our students will record them. Resources are being the science of medicine has advanceducation as well as n help in self- j School and Academy subjects of Iniin for playground directors or for found and developed. Towns with ed and there are new ways. Lawsupport. M.i'lu matics, English, History, Scimaking has brought into existence Herea places great emphasis upon 'crprie for Hip Young Moil's or ence etc. also Domestic Science,1 high scholarship, elevating rocron- - Young Women's Christian Associanew laws and new ideals of law ll'iral Sociology, Manual Training, The more important. which and the care of bodily health, tmns. Wlmt they get in Coiiimun-- It Music, Agriculture, Public Speak- tions ty Civics Psychology. Hible, and government i doing many things provides the best instruction, ing Psychology. Drawing. Methods that it never has done before and er rare facilities in the way of Hip experience they gain in tho gym of leaching and Practice Teaching. ..n tho playground, in the laboratories, etc., gymna- - cla-- e,. , that calls for new and well trained !, Mmlenls attending Herea Norma I, librarv.out-do. . . sports, am tho cara numerous socials, at the group nllleials. College men are needed slum, " during hike, etc, w.H lay to do the work in construction that E and Physician. It abso- Hip use of Intoxi tlic hesl MisitiIe roumlntion lor railroads and mines make necessary. I -- i.,.i i.ii lulPly prohibits i.. n..n n. tobacco, and in genon.l HiP.r larger training in special aro being Farm demonstrators HOWARD E. TAYLOR t hey come In hn.c.l called for in larger numbers than or a well regu Bursar mal School. Horea Normal School J'vhIw .hmtH here thing, an. ac- can be supplied and the same is a ch?ol life. and Herea Academy aro fully ac true of Home Science teachers and is stimulating and helpful. Idler- credited by Hie State University and! If you plan to come to Herea, send tivilies and not with montlois of various iary Societies are a great featuro of the Kentucky Vocational four dollars to the College Secretary theories. teachers Association of CoTho courses in woavlng. sowing, kinds. The great Y. M. C. A. move- - the student life and their debates lleges. and ask him to reserve a room in the dormitory for you. Do not come and general homemaklng make It nient is reaching out into the coun- - and open meetings oiler the finest REV. C. REXFORD RAYMOND training imaginable. The Christian Can I Secure a Certificate on the to Berea, expecting to enter, unless lissihle for every young woman Vice-Pre- s. and Dean of Religious try life and calls for secretaries.,I Record of My Work Done at you have promise from the Secrc- - entering them to plan for a bcauti- They must be good men and well Associations are the strongest to be Education Berea? prepared. tary that you can have a room, f'd homo, tilled with a variety of The positions are too found anywhere and include nearly Yes; the Slate Hoard of Itegenl There will be an unusual number choice fiiriiilung and surprisingly growing responsible for any other kind. all the students. They are not conmodern conveniences are up in a few months. The largo Recently Hie lied Cross Society, ventional and dead hut are full of for Normal School Inspection, np- - of students, entering Herea this fall, modpratp cost, English Courso Is railroad companies arc building which lias been so mighty a factor wholesome life. Physical training pointed liy (iovernor Stanley under nud should you come without en- - Tho spurs into every section to reach in the war, has turned its activities and Athletics come in for their tho law of 1918, inspected Herea gaging a room in advance, you are especially planned for those who the supplies of coal, timber and oil to country problems and is calling share of attention. Haskct ball, Normal School on October Hb and running the ri-- k of being unable to desire the most practical kind of,. training for life in the country or base ball, tennis nud fool ball 5th. Their report to the State secure a room. for men and women to do its Iloads and other forms of construc small towns, or in the Held of social work. There must bo work are played in season, and track Hoard of Education recommended tion give evidence of activity. The service. Students lenrn about the that the Elementary and Intermedagricultural resources are bein ers in every county of the Moim athletics are encouraged. Field-da- y PREPARATION FOR men and women who are doing- - tint stimulated to furnish food and other tains, who may make available every is one of the big days of tho year. iate Certillcates be granted to stuworld's work today and how and helpful agency in social life to the Musical Societies are under skilled dents of Herea Normal School on tho necessities for the communities. why they succeed. They learn bow conditli ns as they have beer. Finer stock is being introduced on remotest corner of the Mountains leadership ami the Hand-anThe work done in the Academy to organize various clubs anil dairy. Fruit orchards are Anjl much more than this might bo chestra afford lino opportunity fori granted to .students of the Plate farm and in a double sense. j is preparatory leagues, how to play their part as The Harmonia Society being planted on the hillsides. The siiiu. mn uiiougii nas iieeu given practice. it prepares young men and women eiim-nand home makers, how to Mountain Section is coming to its to show that the Mountains have a gives two public vocal exhibitions for entering college, and what is see and solve problems that all own. The boys aro coming back place for College men and women, acli year of a high order. Tho much better, it prepares a very country people have to deal with. from Europe and the war, intent on who want to work and serve man- Sunday School is a marvel in orlarge percentage for taking up the kind, as well as make success of ganization and effectiveness. There Tonll this is added the courteous better conditions of life. practical work of life. Every course nnd sympathetic friendship and asAnd there will be plenty to 'are Lyceum Lectures nnd enterAH of theso changes aro a direct life. f followed faithfully for four years sistance of an experienced and and distinct call to the people for reward the efforts of thoso who tainments "with social privileges," wdl lead directly into tho College thoroughly is a chance to. hear the best There trained faculty, who better education. The competitions take these places. Diartinent at Herea, or into nny know the problems of the young No College in the country is bet-l- er lecturers In the country and the of life will be keener. If tho peoother college of like standingl people who como to us. and who prepared to meet the needs and tlnesl preachers conduct religious ple of the Mountains aro to have The courses are not only stand- know how to direct and help them. advantage of the resources of their problems of the mountain boy and meetings each year. The College ardized to measure up to the college Last year nearly 5.10 young men own section they must be prepared girl than Herea. It has studied provides its own entertainment and entrance requirements hut they are and women took advanUigo of tho to secure them. Otherwise they will these problems for many years. It always brings the best. It owns a adapted to meet the particular needs 'pportiinities for practical training pass to others. Tho unlit men and knows just how to give the largest moving picture machine and brings or students from the Held that Herea I hat the Academy offers. This largo women must fall behind. The llnest, advantage for the least cost, and the best reels that can be had. All serves Some young men plan to number ought to convinco you that what is needed today when of these advantages are free of resource of the Mountains is the ."'at is be engineers. Mathematics and the kind of training that young pco- charge or furnished at a small cost. Physics nro taught in such n way ph- uWit rn,iy be found Herea has the things you need hre and it offers you a cordial welcome. Think this over and decide to be with us in September. Term open the 17th. We will expect you. ' j w fr .... . I i"""i"s s lr onc-leach- er .i.i1' tho'lY J1'". f'J .J. w kJ, '"" "1" .ll aUdiocated ?atti - 1 S'S!" on lit-m- I tlu-rnit- I one-teach- I I . H I - Z. . -i or ynT all ed mag-nillcc- nt d Or-sa- s IIHlllllHliamPilllllH - TO THE YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN OF THE RURAL SCHOOLS IN THE KENTUCKY MOUNTAINS In response j DEAN MCALLISTER Normal Department Normal Schools. The State Hoard re- i by President Wilson and the United Stale Commissioner of Education, P. P. Claxtou, you no doubt arc planning to attend a Normal School, in order to qualify yourself for tho work of teaching and so make it! possible for you to render a greator. mtv ice to your country. Vim are doubtless now asking vi'ursolf the question: "What mal kcIiooI shall I attend?" Thoso fads about Heron will help you to uu tins question. The Heron College Campus contains over liO acres. It has its own water works, oleotrio lighting ami tdcam heating plants. Heroa has one of the best college libraries in to the appeal made of Education fully adopted this port of tho Slate Hoard of Regents for Normal School Inspection, nnd under date of October L'J, 1018, noti- -, lied Herea Normal School of its action. Herea Normal School Is thus placed upon Hie same footing as the State Normal Schools in tho matter of granting these certillcatus. Does It Pay to Attond School for Short Terms? The arrangement of the work at Horoa by terms makes il possible for one to teach a district school, , yot keep on with his education. Each study is completed in a torm, A student may eutor at the bogin-- l nlng of any torm and hogiu any work which he may desire, with 1 t One of the Wo len's Literary Societies at Berea One cf the Men's Literary Societies at Herea Have you a jon just growiji? Give him a year at Berea. AiirusI it, 1010. TIIK CITIZEN Pago Three. IS THE WAU OVER? By Professor LeVant Dodge .Some say (lint the, great worlil-vvn- r, so called, terminated last No- 22s QEEN mi . FANCY BMR a GEORGE "If you nre to be long In tlm neigh"It seems to me Hint r.hnve heard borhood, Mr. Hnrnes," snld his hostess, that his son murrled O'Dowd's sister." "yon must let us have you ngnln." "That's right. She's n wltlder now. "My stay Js short, I fear. You have Her husband wns killed In the war only to reveal the fnlntesf sign that I between Turkey nn' them other counmny come, however, and I'll hop Into tries four er live years ago." my hoots before you enn "Itenlly?" utter Jack lloblnson's Chrlstlflti name, "Yep. Him nnd Mr. O'Dowd his flood night, .Mrs. Vim Ivk. I have own hrother-ln-law- , y' know wns you nit to thank for a most delightful flghtln' on the side of the Hoolgnrlnns evening." nnd young Ashley Curtis wns killed." waiting nt the buck of The "Was this son Mr. Curtis' only the house. O'Dowd walked out with child?"" seven-league enr-rvas MS CUTCHEON fuor e"'r.RAUSTARK."'THP HOLLOW OF HER HAND," THE ArKINlb OK GIOU5TAKK," ETC 7 ilocllo.'l tli'm't l1tcTfo T,"lr. yrowTn" "You tlo," mild O'Dowil promptly. I -- Thomas ClfAPTKtl K. llartiM. Yorker, on a walking trip "Von tin iiiorn thnn (lint. You tli'vour. WMlthy Nrw llirouKh Nw ,i:nlnnd, I rnuRlit In a atnrm mllm fr m liU ilxittnitlnn. At n Itiilnil 1 huvi to look In n mirror to rroMntrili point lin Intel a ulrl In the convince nifself Hint you haven't tli aiM pllxht Wliiln tliey ilium nn an', untitle, nnt to meet the me whole. Thut'H nnother wuy tfrlvM nml Hitmen In nlver lift to flrl. tnvern white tlm ulrl U tnken of tclllnjc you, Ilnrncn, that Hhe'll you entirely." in to lirr ili tlnatlnn, wtilrh (the tell' Harriet H a IU, e raltnl (Ireen Kancy. For u few minute nhe chilled him IMrni-CHAPTrn II At the for his tinaeemly nverslnn. He wns n utranileit troup rlli In with nrtnri. Iiemle'lfirrrnof Lyndon Im'rIiiiiIiik to think that he Imil heen tiy lliinlicroft, nml becomes Interested In tnlxtiiken In her motive, uml thnt nfler tliem. nil hh wiih merely antlMfylni; her vnn-Ittnhlenly, nml im olio mnlled Into CHAPTnit JTI-- An th storm ktowii. IUrne find t, 'iiwlf worrying over the III, eyes, Khe mild, lowerliic her voice iw'ety of the Rlrl, tnu-ellover the mountain irwt at wlmt he eormlders dan. fttlKhtly: He learn genius upexl. tnat Oreen e "On not nppear mtrprlsetl nt 1'rtncy la kornetlitnic of n limine of mystery. Two mounted men leave the tnvern I mny nny to you. Smile ns If In n manner which arouses llarnei' we were tittcrlmc the silliest nonsense. So much depends upon It, Mr. Humes." IV-- lle meetn "Mlmi ThackCIIAITKIl eray." lewtlng lJy of the tramle-- l theatrical tronie. who In nrtlmr as chaniier-tnnlCHAPTER X. That nnsM lu arouneil hy the bringing of n dying man to the tavern, one of the two who had ridden nway a The Prltoner of Green Fancy, and the ahort time berore They tell of flmllncth lament of Peter the Chauffeur. iImi! body of the other man. lloth had been allot. He envied Mr. Htlshcroft. Tlir hnrn- Ftonner would have risen to the occa ClfAPTFIt wounded man. regji-Krcat the InVvrn an Andrew Paul, dlea. sion without so much ns the blinking l Informed he must not leave nnd llarnea until after the Imiuent (l'Dod and Do of an eye. He did his bent, however, Huto, K.ite at tlreen Fancy, vlult the nnd, despite his eagerness, ninmiKi'd tavern, apparently much myatltled over to conn? off fairly well. Anyone out of the affair enrshot would have thought that he CIIAITHR ortvanrea Ituh. was ulterlni; some trllllnic Inanity Incroft money comindent to rrlrane pany from its rintiarramlnic the stead of these wortls: position, thereby Irnni-- u in otriclal barker. He "You mar trust me. I have suspecty, and In the Krounda lsll lre ii nteeta hli u qnumtanco of the tilsht ed that souifthliis was wrong here." tlndlnr her a ulrl of aurprlilng uoauty. "It Is Impossible to explain now," she snld. 'These people ure not my Vlt-R- rte CHAPTEft seems not to t ttlroua of rerutinlilnir hiiu. uml turna friends. I have no one to turn to In nway. 'O'lKind niipeura and In apimrenlly my predicament." friendly faahlon raitirt.i ilarnea twho fevla ln U unwelcome; from the ground. "Yes. you have.' he broke In, nnd laughed rather boisterously for him. CHAPTKK VIII-M- la Thackeray warn lie felt thnt they were being watched IlAniea that man tiipplmc at the tnvern, oitenalbly a luk agent, had arched In turn by every person in the room. hla l.lKKKe In lilt U'Dowd 'Tonight not nn hour ngo I began mine to the tavern and with Ilarnea and other icoes over the erene of the previous to feel that I could cnll upon you for nlKht'a ehnounc ILirnea U Invited to dinner ul Uinn l amy. help, f began to relax. Something CIIAITKII l.V-aciiialntance cf the whispered to me that I was no longer etorin la Introdmed aa Mlaa Cameron. utterly alone. Oh. you will never The m.ikeup of the house p.irty. particuknow what It Is to have your heart larly a man to him u and the nunilu r of menservanta about the lighten as mine but I must control place, no mew hat astunlslua Ilarnea. myself. We nre not to wasta wortls." "You have only to command me. Ilt U'us to ilcpnrt nt ten. The hour Miss Cameron. No more than n dozen tlri'w Hour and lie linil liml no iiportu-nltwords nre necessary. Tell me how I fur ilrtaclii'il iiinviT'iiitliMi with can be of service to you." IIIm Ciiiiicnui. lie huil Uilt-ntt- l to her "I sliull try to communicate with tirlulit ri'tortx to tVIhiwil'ii milllc. uml 1 you "In nime way tomorrow. beg iiinnt'lcil nt tli" wia liml ciiiiiiMiHtirc of you. I Implore you, do not desert Irioli-tiiiiwith which flu ini't tht witty me. If I can only he sure that you tin cvrn tcriim will " Not until the viry clone of the "You may depend on me, no mutter nml wlu n In- - liml rcHlsmil lilin-el- f what happens," said he, uml, looking to hopidi'MiiK'M!", 1II1I tin npixirtti-nllInto her eyes, wns bound forever. conic for him to ciii'iik with hor "I have been thinking." she said. nml, to IiIm hIoih. Sin- - imislit III I discovery that kltclit inovfini'tit "Yesterday made the niiiiizcini'iit. inutlo I that I am actually u prisoner here, of I11T hi'itil. nnohnTvt'il ly the othi'W Say something lint ciirloulv Imporntlve to him. There Mr. Harnes, I Smile no inlatnUnc lin- - inciiulni; of the silly!" wni Together they laughed over the (llrlw l, InteiiHi- look Unit nIiv kuvc him. Sln was niipi'iillnc to him n.i n meaiilneliws remark he mnile In tb her command. frifiul nu one on whom Mie euuUl "I nm 'constantly watched. If I The plrlt of cldvnlry took posc-slo- n venture outside the house I 11111 utmost 1 lis blood leaped 111. to the. Immediately Joined by one of thee of men. You saw what happened yesterday. I am distracted," "I will usk the authorities to step mvnl-Iowii- L h n nny-thincurl-oeltd. V-- The d e. iilmi-nrIII. Intm-iurey eve-Tiln- s. y 11 SYNOPSIS. '!. 1 - 111 In Mir 'fffI I Ml VVV A X. - "Come and Sit Deilde Me, Mr. Barnes," She Called Out Qayly. She needed him and he would nut full her. And it wus with difficulty ttmt he coutrlved to hide tho cull. exnltntlnn thnt inlslit Imve ruined everything! While he wu trylni; to Invent ft pretext for tlruwIiiK lier upart (nnn the otliiTH nlie calmly ordered Van Dyke his place on tliu couch her to lluriies. "Come mid wit liestde me, Mr. Hurtles," (die culled out Kuyly. "I will not htto you or scrutch you or harm you la nny way. AMc Mr. O'Dowd, and hu will tell you tlmt 1 am uulto to boHlde "No I You are to tlo nothing of the kind. The uiit!urltfos would never, tlpil me If they eiiine here to search." (It was hard for him to smile at that !) "It miiNt be some other wuy. If I could steal out of the house but that Is Impossible," Mie broke off with a catch In her voice. "Suppose, that I were to stent Into the house," he said, a reckless light In his eyes. "Oh, you could never succeed 1" "Well. I could try, couldn't IJ" There was nothing funny In the remark, hut they both leaned bnck and laughed heartily. -- Leave It to me. Tell me when' " "The pi it co Is guarded day and night. The stealthlest burglar In the world could not come' within u stone's throw of the house." cannot "If It's us had ns all tlmt,-v- e afford to make any slips. You think you are In no Iminedlnte peril!" "I urn In no peril lit all unless I bring It upon myself," she said significantly. "Then a delay of n day or so will not mutter," he said, frowning. "Leave It to me. I will llnd a way." "He careful I" Do Soto caino lounging up behind them. "Forgive me for interrupting, but I am under coiumund from royal Teter, the king of chauffeurs, sends In word thnt the cur la In un amluhlH mood and champing to ho off. So seldom Is It lit good humor heud-juurter- s. and" rcllniilh exclaimed Harncs, u rising. "Hy Jove, It Is hulf-pnten. I hud 110 Idea good night, Miss Cameron." He pressed her hand reassuringly and left tier. She hud urlsen nnd was standing, straight and slim hy the comer of the Urepluce, u confident smile on her lips. that he" "I'll ho off ut once," I'.arnes. their firms linked ns on n for mer iwcnslon, Hnrnes recalled. "I'll ride out to the gnte with you.' said the IrMimnn. "It's n winding levloiis route the rond takes tliroii. the treiM." They came In time, nfter mnny "I '! pins" mid right angle, to the g 'ipenlns upon the hlgliwny. Peter . lown from Hi sent to reb'iise Mie p i Kicked t.n III en, I throw open !ie r O'Dow d leaned closer to Par es 1. . I vml Ms voice, f ml n "See here, Hiirues, I'm or thnt renjoti I've got sense "ipu II know tlmt you're not either, i 'Mi't know lint's In your 1111111I, nr vhnt you're trying to get Into It If I. n't Hlrenlv there. Hut III say this t wit, niun to man: Don't let y ' if iMiigimillnii get the better of yitir otumnii sense. That's nil. Taki tuc li inmi me." nnytlilng, "I em not Imagining 'Dowil." mi'iI Parties quietly. "Uhal n you mean?" "I mean ,lut what I say. I'm giving hi the Hit fur selfish reasons, If you i"ke bully fool of yourself. I'll have i see yuu through the worst of It mil It's a Job I don't rellh, Ponder but, will ye, on tlp way home?" Humes did ponder It on the way wime. There wns hut one construct ilon to f in t upon ih- remark' It was VDowil's way of letting him know hat he could be depended upon for upmrt If the worst ciime to puss, O'Dowd evidently bi'd not heen deceived by 'he acting Jhat the .oiiversntlon on the coiirh. He knew hnt Miss Cameron had appealed to Cnrucs, and thnt the latter had prom-'ei- l to do everything In his power to help her. Suspecting that this wns the nml ilnilitlessacrlflelng his own private Interests, he had uttered the vague but timely wnrnlng to Jinnies. The significance of this warning grew tinier reflection. Parties was not slow appreciate the position In which VDowd voliinturtly placed himself. A t Mini or sign from him would be to bring illaster upon the Irish' nnn who had risked, his own snfety In few Irr 'trievuble words. The more ,10 tlioiflit of It. the more fully chip t'lmvd .us lie that there was uothlim n fear from O'Dowd. , carefully ovei IV'er drove- 'be road down the mountain. Respond .ug to sudden Impulse. Parties low -- red one of the side seats In the ton nnd moved closer to the driver. "How long have you been driving for Mr. Curtis?" v "Kver since he come up here, more'n two yars ago. Ouess I'm going to get he O. P. 'fore long, though. Seems hat he's gettln' n new cur nn' wants in expert machinist to tnke bold of It .rotn the s urt. I wus good enough 0 fiddle around with this second-hanpile o' Junk an' the one he had last v nr. but I - ain't qualified to handle i'i's here machine he's expect In', so he iys. I guess they's been some Inllu-- 1 nce used against me. If the truth was kh.iwu. This new see'etary he's got n!ti't stiimuilck me." "Why don't you see Mr. Curtis and leiMiuil " ' "Might I1I111?" snorted Peter. is well try to see Napoleon Ponyparte. Didn't you know lit) wus n sick man?" "Certainly. Hut he Isn't so III that c.'ii't attend to business, Is he?" "lie sure Is. Pnryllsed, they say." "What has Mr. Iieh against you, If t tuny : I:?" "W, li. It's like th's. I nln't In the nUlt o' beln' opler.il nrouu' as If I I, i n nobody nt nil, so when he .tnrtit 111 to cuss me about souiethlu' week or so ago, I tips and tells him I'll siutish his heud If he don't tnko.lt back. 'He Hikes It back nil rlsut, but n the ll'rst thing I know I get Course 1 from Mrs. Collier. couldn't tell her what I told the sheeny, sce'.n' us she's n female, so I they gits lamb. Tln-took It like feller up here to wash the cur. Sly josh, mister, the diirued ole ruttle-tniutu t wulli u liucxet o' water nil tout. So I semis word In to Mr. Curtis that If she has e washed, I'll wash her. Then's when I hears about the new cur. Next day Mrs. Collier send fer me nn' I go In. She says she guesses she'll try the new washer on the new iiinchlue when It conies, nn' If I lieer to stuy on us washer In tils place she'll be glad to have me. I says I'd like to have n word with Sir. Curtis, If she don't ,mlud. un she says Mr. Curtis ain't able to see 110 one. So I guess I'm goln' to be let out." An Idea was taking root In Humes hrnln, but It was roo soon to consider It fixed. "You say Mr. I.oeh Is new at his Job?" "Well, he's new uphcre. Sir. Curtis wus down to New York all lust winter belli' treated, you see. He didn't come up here till about live weeks ago. I.oeb wus workln' fer him most of the whiter, glttln' up a book er soinethln', I hear. Sir. Curtis' mind Is all right, I guess, even If his body 1 11 mii-.I;esitu-itlon. 11 1 s'i-ly11 a-- iiu 1 cull-dow11 11 p to-b- ' uln't." "I see. Mr. I.oeb enme up with him from New York." "Kerect. Him and Sir. O'Dowd and Sir. De Soto brought blm up 'bout the last o' Murch. They was up here vis-- I tin' last spring un' tho fall before. Mr. Curtis Is Yery.fond oj bytliot. 'em." vember, when the armistice win signed. Others Hint it is now elided, lmt Hint It did not come to a conclusion until the terms of peace were agreed upon by the High t'onitnissloners of Hie various powers, at Versailles, France, in Juno "So fer n I know. He left three lit- following. Wp may pause for n tle kids, They wns nil here with their mother Jest nfter the house was fin- moment to make tho inquiry: Is tin! war concluded yet? ished." .Some one litis made the state"They will probably come Into this property when Sir. Curtis dies," snld ment in public that no less thnn 27 wars are now in progress. Europe si III pifsejils much the appearance of an armed camp. Two strong forces, with organized governments 'behind them, are struggling for the luuslery in llussin. At least one or these is hostile to the forces of the Allies still remaining in Hint country, and Hie shedding of blood between these is no rare occurrence. Troops of oilier governments, represent ing various local .... IlllU 111 llluji,. ,nu nnn c 111 li; Sllllll I.. In, local independence. Buda pest, the capital of Hungary, wliicji the combined Allied forces fell many miles short of reaching, lias been lllkeil liv file Itliroani.ina sin- 1 e Certainly the war is "m c not over with in that country. Frequent collisions have taken place between the soldiers .of Italy a, and those of the result of their contention for possession of the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea. Poland is really lighting for Us independence, and to retain the territory allotted to that nation by the Council at Versailles. They have occasion to bear arms against the Germans on the one side, and "She's a Wldder Now. Her Husband the Ukraninns upon their opposite Wat Killed In the War." border. The cases just cited are Hnrnes, keeping the excitement out ot only samples, though especially his voice. prominent ones, of the unrest still "Slore'n likely." existing and o' the hostilities which "Was he very feeble when you saw still are being waged. him last?" In our most optimistic moments I'l ain't seen him In more'n six months. He wns fallln' then. That's we have been led to hope that tho settlement of the great war waged why he went to the clt )'." "Oh, I see. You did not see him during the last four or live years when he arrived the last of March?" would bring an assured and per"I was vlsltlu' my sister up In Horn-vlll- e manent peace to the whole world. when be come back unexpected-l(ke- . Having entertained such bright This IJIot I.oeb says he wrote me hopes for the future, arc we justito meet 'em at Spanish Falls but I never got the letter. I.Ike as not the fied in expecting that the settle-menl.tho national difficulties durn fool got the address wrong. I didn't know Mr. Curtis wns home till I above mentioned, and others of a come bnck from my sister's three days similar nature, will bring such later. I wouldn't V hud It happen fer peace as a permanent boon to manfifty dollars." - Peter's tone was kind? Some will answer in the afdoleful. firmative, providing only that the "And be lias been confined to his room ever since? Poor old fellow I proposed League of Nations becomes an established factv Of It's hnrd. Isn't It?" "It sure Is. Seems like he'll never course such a League, according to be able to walk ag'ln. I wns talkln' to tho thought of the framers, will not his nurse only the other tiny. be a reality unless tho draft formIt's u hopeless cae." ulated at Versailles be ratified by "Fortunately his sister can be here all (be Powers involved. Should it with blm." "By gosh, she nln't nothln' like be thus ratified, not (nearly alt tho him," confided Peter. "She's ull fuss people of the world would bo an' feathers nn' he Is Jest ns simple bound by its terms, and it more ns you er me. Nothln' fluffy about him. properly would bo styled a League I e'n tell ye." He sighed deeply. "I'm of Nations than the Leaguo of NaJest ns well pleased to go as not," he tions. Until tho world is so far went on. "Sirs. Collier's got a lot o advanced, intellectually and mormoney of her own. an' she's got high- ally, ns that all the nations of the fultitln' New York Ideus that don't world are willing to unite in a comseem to Jibe with mine." bination to secure permanent (Continued next week.) peace, wo cannot have full assurance thai the lime has come when MILWAUKEE SHOPMEN FIRM it is safe to beat all out' swords into ploughshares and our spears to Work into pruning books;' Will Refuse to Return Unless Full Demands Are Granted, The very fact of the existence of Says Union Leader. a league of nations indicates that Stllwaukee, Aug. 0. "Only In the the parties so combined havo either event that our ilemuinlH nre acceded to an olTensivo or a defensive purpose will the men who walked out of the in view.' It at once suggests tho West Slllwaukee shops of the Chicago. idea of war. The leagues of tho Milwaukee and St. Pnul railway return past havo been bellicoso in their to work." said Otto A. Jlrlkowlc, au- nature and design. Tho Leaguo of thorized to speak for the allied crafts. .Nations, as now proposed, lias vaAugust Lawrence, representing the Chicago and Northwestern shopmen, rious sUjlations which recognize simply said he did not believe the men (he priability of wars to come. It would return to work until the wnge is no' presumptuous to predict that, demands hud been met. evr.i in the case of its general ratification, there will be wars in the 7 OHIO MILK MEN INDICTED future and even the league itself may have to tight for its own exFarmers' Association istence. Wo nro not justilled in Is Charged With Violating the hoping that no occasion will ever Valentine Antitrust Law. arise when somo parties to tho League will feel so aggrieved by Aug. 0. Cleveland. Indictments nirnlnst seven members of the Ohio conditions then existing as that wil1 withdraw from it When Milk nssocla- Fnrniers' begin only OmnisHon, formerly the Northern Ohio 3111k withdrawals Producers' association, were returned cience can say when and wher" by the 6peclul county grand Jury In- they will end. The writer of this vestigating the milk situation here. article has no pessimistic tendenAll nr charged with violating tho Valcies. He yields to none in believing entine antitrust law. Capiases wcro that what is right and for the seven men. Issued for the I highest interests of nil living -- 1 wni ultimately prevail; LOUISIANA CALLS TOl 111. I.. Iis ruuuy 10 uociaro wim . no .ui when this war is Colored Men of Chicago Wanted for coulldence that ended it will not bo the ending of Work on Farms Committee Will Be Sent North. all war. Not all wars result from tho amNow Orleans, Aug, 0. Negroes In bitious designs of kaisers, autourged to return to Chicago will bo crats or oligarchies. Not all wars Louisiana nnd Sllsslsslppt for employment on farms, it was decided at a are the struggles of nation against Tho most terriblo and conference hero Df the commissioners nation. of agriculture and labor and planters bloody ones in tho history of man of the two states. A committee will j kind have been between opposing be named at a meeting to go to Chi classes of tho same nationality. We cago to Interest the uegroe la the speak of tho horrors of the French movement. Involution, and In so doing wo use sn fti. r Jugo-Slavi- of ly He-say- s wonls perfect with propriety. Similar language might bo used in rharnrleming the vbloody struggle now gointf on in Itussla. Perhaps I he greatest danger of the fultiro h that of war of classes within nation11 al boundaries. Is not designed lo use the phraseology of an alarm-is- !, but great calamities often come from n direction tittle suspected. We shall be very unwie If we fail to lake note of the dangers lurking in the present state of affairs in all nations of the world. Our country is no exception. In many respects our prospects are more hopeful than those of most of the nations of the old world. Hut we henr mutterihgs of tho 9tortn on every hnnd. The present relations of capital and labor, and other concrete questions, growing out of these relations, const ilue a greater nienaco to us as a , people lliau did our war in even during iLs darkest stages. Wo are so 'much more closely connected with our fellow men of various classes and in all sections of tho country than was the case in the limes of our fprefathers, that cooperation, as against selfish competition, is far more necessary than in times gone by. We have no assurance of safety in the future while it is possible for thousands of prollleers to make millionaires of themselves because of their coun- -I Iry's troubles, and through the im- position of extra burdens upon tiic masses of their fellow citizens. We can have no Jiopo of continued peace so long as combinations representing different trades or employments can hold up the business of the country and bring woes to their follows through strikes entered into at the command of the autocrat or an oligarchy, who have been constituted as their leaders. We do not weiTto vent all our indignation upon either class, in nn emergency so threatening as that which our country is now facing. So long as tho principal emphasis is laid upon the term, 'Tho Hrotherhood of Engineers," ."The Hrotherhood of Shopmen," "The Brotherhood of Ironworkers," "The Hrotherhood of Coal Miners," and many others which might bo named, rather than tho Brotherhood of Man and the Fatherhood of tod, there is danger before us. There is not at band a ready panacea for all existing ills and threatened dangers. It would be rash to prescribe an immediate remedy for ' all the evils which we are facing. For a long time to come, every generation will have weighty problems lo solve. Probably few of us are ready to adopt as our own the doctrines of ftie Socialists. However, with the rapidly increasing dependence tf every individual upon his fellow men, human government must perforce deal with an increased number of momentous questions, anil in reality become stronger and stronger in its requirements. Until human nature becomes freer front dishonesty and greed, individual interests must be made more and moro subservient lo the needs of the organized whole. The demands of tho entire sum of our countrymen for the present must bo expressed through our constituted government. Oftentimes force will bo required to carry out governmental plans. Bo it ours to see lo it that our is sc carried on, and ,;o Mich persons chosen as officials, that through their acts the best senti-iiie- ii' rf tho people may find Its expression. Hut-opewell-ground- ed VVHJPS COMPAFING ! "'' . "A-uj- ieo 1 Senator ChurWs Curtis of Kansas, Itciiuhllcau whip. Is demonstrating to .Senator Peter Coelet (Jerry of Ilhode hu whip, h. Island, Democratic keeps the Itepubllcnui hi line. Ills posture Wvdlti Indlctito that he uses forceful arguments, though the smile on Senator Gerry's face gives the Impression that Senator Curtis' method ure not without humor. I Do you live on a mountain farm? Take Mountain Agriculture at Berea. Pago Four. TUB CITIZEN Atiput II, 1010. Berea College Hospital But Equipment CoM. Wards for Men and (or Stnice nt I'ritate Room, Baths, Klectrlc SerTlce. Surgery, Car in Child birth, Eye, Note and Ear GENERAL PRACTICE and Sun-I'arlo- Women Latest Styles From New York nre now on Display at Our Store Come in and visit an establishment, which U a friend In nerd, and In reach of all the people. Koiiert Harlan I)uiily, Mrs. Anna 1'owkll Hackett, R.N., Superintendent Mrs. Mklxn Stsarn SiiARrc, R.N., Assistant H. Cowley, M D., l'hyilclan M.I)., l'hyilclan Dresses in All the New Materials in CHANGE IN RATES Beginning March l, the rates for hoard and room of private patients will be $15 to t8 per week. The rates for patients cared for In the wards will remain the same fl per day. Hy Order of Prudential Committee, Ilerea College Tricolette and Tricotine, French Serge Sharmeuse, Taffetas, Etc. Suits to meet all tastes in all materials and all prices Coats In the latest modes Our New Fall Hats are Also Here Come in and See the Latest Things The Merits of a Bank When you choose your bank you expect: Safety for your deposits. Certainty of accommodation. ' Courteous and efficient handling of your banking transactions. membership in the Federal Reserve System, with the it gives of converting our commercial paper Into, cash, insures safety for your deposits, nnd certainty of all merited accommodation. The personnel of our directors, officers and staff is your guaranty of courteous and efficient attention to your needs. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A Mrs. Eva Walden The New Cash Store nt. Best Blacksmithing Scientific horse shoeing, line iron work and repairs of all descriptions at the College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citizen Office. d. & Baker L. & Logsdon, Dentists TABLE Office Hours from 8 to 5. N. TIME Northbound Train Train Train Train Train Train No. 34 3:38 a. m. p. m. No. 38.-1- 2:50 5:34 p. m. No. 32 Sonthbnond 12:40 a. m. No. 31 No. 3312:25 p. m. No.' 37 1:10 p. m. r Mrs. Joseph Linthicum and children, Mary K. and Ernest W, are spending several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hert Coddington on Center street. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Montgomery have returned to Herea after a pleasant visit with relatives at Corhin. Mr. and Mrs. John Dean and children were visiting friends at l'anola last Sunday. They were accompanied hy Mrs. Laura Galtbard, William Dean and Miss Martha Dean. They also attended the protracted meeting at the Baptist church. The Rev. Howard Hudson, H. J. Christopher, K. H. Goudey, and E.L. Roberts motored to Panola Friday evening last to attend the revival service which was in progress at that place. Mr. and .Mrs. A. M. Cantleld motored to Berea from Leitchtleld, (.. last week. Dr. Best and his little daughter are spending a vacation at his old home place at Adams, Mass. Mrs. Best is visiting relatives at Panola. Jefferson Settle and wife and daughter, Frances, of Springfield, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dizney for the week end. Dr. anil .Mrs. M. M. Robinson are rejoicing over the arrival of a little daughter at their home on August 10. 1919. Word reaches us of the marriage last Sunday or Prof. C. C. Cunningham and Miss Bernice Fry at Cress-moThese young people arc both well known in Berea. Professor Cunningham was a member of the Academy faculty about three years ago, anil Miss Fry was for several years a student here. The hearty of their many congratulations friends here are extended. Mr. and Mrs. C. C Batson arc in Berra ready to take tip his work as a member of Ihe Vocational School faculty at the opening of the term. They will reside in the house now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Grant Huff on Jackson street which they have recently purchased. Mr. and Mrs. Rhinehart", of Cincinnati, who have been visiting her sister, .Mrs. J. W. Stephens, for .some time, returned to their home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Russell, or Clarksburg, Ind returned to their home Tuesday, after a pleasant visit at the Stephens' ,home on Chestnut street. IJuthgr Hatton, of public schools of Clay county, now field agent for an enterprising school supply house 4f Louisville, slopped over in Berea for a day and visited a number of Berea friends. Miss Jessie Yancy, educational secretary of the Kentucky Association, spent i day in Berea on her way to McKco. Mls Yancy will return to Berea where she. vill assist in the preparation of a bulletin to be used in campaign the throughout the State. Miss Gertrude Collctf, a former Berea student, is visiting in lowli for a few weeks. i.Mrs. C. D. Lakes of Irvine spent the week end in town with her mother, Mrs. Early. Misses Ruby Smith and Hild.i Wejch were in New York last week buying goods. Dr. G. E. Porter and family left lat week in their car for a visit with relatives in Iowa. Miss Margaret Dizney is enjoy ine a visit with Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Ches-in- it in their delightful home at Narrow Gap. OUR Economy Through Quality The Nettleton EXTRAORDINARY FOOTWEAR "Ardsley" For storm and rough weather wear, this Nettleton model lends icself naturally to reproduction in a great many styles and materials. very much favored In Shell Cordovan or dark Tan Viking Calfskin two leathers best suited to hard rugged wear the Ardsley makesiip into an ideal winter boot, with no suggestion of weight or clumsiness. These leathers polish extremely well will not break or crack under the most severe strain and the raw hide middle sole as shown in the illustration makes the bottom and impervious to water. Every man should have a shoe of this kind, and we recommend to wise buyers the Ardsley as described in this non-absorbent - Miss Ilea Scrivner of Irvine has WITH THE CHURCHES been spending several days in BeUnion Church Notes rea visiting her sister, Mrs. Ernest Dr. E. A. Hamilton of Louisville Bender. Dr. ami Mr. Roberts left for South will preach in the Union Church Port, Me., this week for a month's Sunday morning nt 11:00 o'clock. Prayer meeting at 8:00 o'clock visit with their daughter. They expect to visit in New York also. Thursday night. The Sunday-schowith classes PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES for all at 9:45. Preaching service at 11 a.rr. E. F. Dizney, Principal Baptist Church Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Public School opens Monday, Preaching services, 11:00 a. m. August 2(5, 1919. B. Y. P. U., 0:45 p. m, All children are urged to see .Mrs. Dr. B. F. Robinson for health card Prayer meeting Thursday evenif you have not already done. so. ing at 8:00 o'clock. Rev. John Cunningham, Pastor. One man says he would not have his boy back as he was before the physical examination of pupils last Methodist Episcopal Church Sunday school 9:45 a. m. spring for l,000. Parents, please Preaching service at 11:00 a. m. give th id attention. Epworlh League Meeting 6.15 p. m. Some much needed improvements are under way and planned for Prayer meeting 7:30 p. in., Wed nesday. school. New seats are here for seventh and eighth grades. Sunday School Reports A piano is also now in the school BAPTIST building. Attendance, 171; Collection, 0.80; Miss Helen Fairchild is secured Bibles, 78. to take the place of Miss Huff, resigned. Some hitch comes in the matter MR. AND MRS TAYLOR RETURN Bursar Taylor .and Mrs. Taylor of the new books, recently adopted by the late Text Book Commission. arrived in Berea on the noon train Old books will be used till the now Wednesday after an absence of ocr a year. Berea is glad to welcome . ones arrive. Teachers' institute convenes at these genial friends to our midst again. Mr. Taylor served for llfteen Richmond next Monday. Pupils please have their promo- months in France, witlr headParis, as Y. M. C. A. tion cards on hand at school open- quarters director. Ho will resume his sering. vice here as College Bursar. School- ofliccrs are rigidly enforcing ultenilanre, and parents and NOTICE friends of the school are cordially invited to cooperate witli the au- To the tax payers of Madion thorities in securing 100 per ecu' County. You are herby notilled that it is your duty to appear at attendance this year. You may look out for an an- onco at my ofllco and render a list nouncement for the Parent Teachers of all your taxable property that you owned on the llrsl day of July, Association soon. 1919. Some very nice and But for the convenience of the playground material will bo in stalled on the playground soon and people living in Berea and tho we expect the school building to be country surrounding Berea, I have wired for electricity at an early a deputy in Berea. You will pleaso call at my ofllce or sec my deputy, date. J. B. Arnett, at Arnclfs store in Berea. PHI DELTA ENTERTAINS Ben It. Powell, Tax Commissioner, -"Friday evening from 7:30 to 9:30 Madison County. 3t-- 7 sonic forty or more young people of the Summer School enjoyed n very pleasant time together in Phi CHILDREN ARE MOVIE FANS Delta Hall. The Piii Delta boys, of whom there is a goodly number in Domeatlc Films Take Flrtt Place WittCowboy Adventures Second, Summer School, believe that there Inquiry Shows. should be occasional times when students can, for the London. Lumlou school children a short period, forget the. daily les like Ihe movies, more than 00 pel sons and give themselves over to a cent, It was developed hy a recent In little harmless fun and frolic, and vextlgntlnn, being more or less regului In their attendance Ukii such vxhlhl had planned accordingly. There were games and friendly Hons. Analysis of replies from 6,500 young contests, followed by a few short, stent who were asked to write thell humorous speeches. preference show that domestic Morlei There was present "The Quar have flrt place. Others In order ol tettiit" which displayed its vocal preferenw ure cowboy adventure abilities to the satisfaction of all. comlcH. wnr films, xerials, crimes, lov dories, ediicuilonal. A number of vocal solos well suited The popularity of moving picture! to the occasion were very pleasant In London Ik proved hy the fact that t ly rendered. new corporation will soon Invest $10, The evening's enjoyment was 000,000 In picture palaces. climaxed by the serving of icn cream and cakes, which sent every one away wearing a broad smllo and wishing that there could be many more occasions like this. ol hard-worked Berea National Bank sWSYSTEMksl i SALE ON! We ore Having a Big August Reduction Sale On All Our Summer Merchandise We are Receiving New Fall Goods Daily R. E. BELUE CO. Richmond DO YOU WANT A FARM NEAR - Kentucky FARM FOR SALE BEREA? Or a house and lot 111 town? Yes, we have hold for sale! Higher than - Laundry Work AND R0BINS0N-SH0RT- E Family Washing ('.. they were! Cheaper than they will be again! Hut we still have some short options on some Real Bargains. Our Number 201 is a line farm of 223 acres at Tornll, Ky, on the Dixie Highway, live miles out of -I Tine land, well Richmond. lirow'd, and a splendid location. Price $200 per acre. .Number 13 isi a farm on good pike, nice cottage house, barn nnd fruit; 80 to IK) acres in all, about 25 acres level land; balance sleep, but rich. Price 2,0(K). Number 80 is a lino place; 120 acres well iiuproel, nice two-stoframed house, 8 or 10 rooms, large slock and tobacco bam. On good pike, convenient to church and school. Priced to sell at $100 per acre. We have a number of other places; some smaller, others larger than these. Tell us your wants and! we will try to till them. Persons having property for sale at a fair price will do well to se us and list it with us. We hav some country stores for sale that are bargains Call at Ihe Ilerea Hank A' Trust Company and see Mr. Dean when in Herea. Herndoii's olliee is "under his hat." Catch him at any old place. The Dixie Highway will be Tarvia treated to Kings-Io- n ill two more days, then up goes the prices from 10 per cent to 20 per cent for land along this road; belter buy now. 1111ry acre of laud situated on Clear Creek, Rockcastle county, Kentucky; well watered, 45 acres cleared land, the remainder in valuable School house, church, store, and postolllcc convenient. Wire R. A. Swinford or write A. C. Hart, Disputanta, Ky. 125 saw-timb- er. St ! 5 KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Following is a list of tho Kentucky fairs and their dates, so far as havo been reported to us. Secretaries are asked to report any omissions or corrections. July 23 Ml. Sterling, t days. July 20 Harrodshurg, 4 days. August 5 Taylorsville. 4 days. August 5 Uniontown, 5 days. August G Berea, 3 days. August (V Grayson, 4 days. August 12 Kern Creek, 4 days. August 13 Perryvillc, 3 days. August 13 Ml. Vernon, 3 days. August 18 I.awrcnccburg, 5 days. August 10 Shepherdsvllle, 4 days. August 20 Liberty, 3 days. F. L MOORE'S FOR Jewelry Store First Class Repairing AND Fine Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. BEREA, KY, Miss Alpha Robinson and Dan J. M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut Street Acent for Berea, Keatucky Shoes Nettleton Men's the World's Finest t Shorte stole a march on their many friends Wednesday when they went to Slate Lick and were quietly married by tho Rev. J. W. Lambert. The bride is the accomplished daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. II. Robinson of this place. The groom is a son of A. H. Shorte of Jackson. After a few days visit with relatives they will be at homo to their many friends in Jackson where tho groom is engaged in tho mercantile business. First Class Work Guaranteed Laundry called for Monday and delivered the same week Leave Orders at The Citizen Office Respectfully, lUIAN A IIKUNDON TOR a SALE live-roo- " The Madison Steam Laundry Richmond, Ky. desirable home in Ilerea, Ky . on m Center Street. Very large lot. housn, fruit, etc. Water at door. Terms reasonable. Write me, J. A. WYAT1' 31HS5 Marburg Avenue, Cincinnati, O., or see T. H, Stuvuns on Center St. 8old i ;?0neDrop fwyvm'. urkonPoultryRertiMr A Um drops lu tba drinking waUr cure g A nj rn vmti whlta LaJ dlarrhora, chol-r- a an! othir ebUk dUtawt. Ona tOc buttla makta II gallons of medlrlna. IMit botUa, tl 50, makoa 31 nillont. At I'runUia, or nt by trail DoitpalJ. Uourbon Ramsdv Oo.a Lsilngton, K, by Porter-Mo- or Drag Ce (TURFS Are you about through the Common School? Get a year in Berea Academy. August I It 1010. THE CITIZEN Page Five. FIND BODIES OF SAILORS ltn Ihelr lives in the war Is such a logical one thai it Is being adopted not only fty many slates, but by the nation," said Congressman J. Campbell Cnntrell, in discussing tho proposed Slain memorial building nt the University of Kentucky. Mr. Canlrill was In Lexington enrouto to Washington. "There is now in progress nl Iho nallonnl capital a movement to erect n mommolh convention hall, in which will be plnced on bronze Inblels Die names of aH Americans wlio lost their lives in the service. It will lm used by miillitude.s who will be continually reminded of the made by Ihc men in whoso honor it will be built, nnd of the principles of democracy for which they died. With each day's ue by a people seeking lo perpetuate tho fruits of victory, it will become a more suitable tribute lo the dead and a greater example lo the living. It will be a monument more lasting than brass, and a worthy sac-.rill- BOONE TAVERN "The mtut home-lie and attractive hotel In Kentucky." "Old Time Fiddlers' " Meeting Berea, Ky., August 15, 1919 College Tabernacle 8:00 p. m. PROGRAM Remains of Two llllnoltana Drowned When "Sub" Submerged Too Quickly Recovered. New London, Conn.,' Aug. 0. Tho bodies of Arnold Itenilerann, Chester, III., nnd Sidney O. Uhllk, Hamilton, II U enmen, drowned when tho submnrtno 0-submerged with nn open hatch two week ago, have been recovered, It wa nnnounced. 2 Beren College Management. First Class, Moderate Rates. For Students and Parents, Business Men and Excursionists On the 'Dixie Highway Hiram IIotner about Hie town we may expect a tragedy ooner or later mid even a tragfamily Newipaprr for all lhat It right edy does not always leach people true, ami Interesting lo forestall danger by removing the l'ubtlihl ntrr ThutKUy at Ilrrra, Kjr. A Herea caues. The Citizen PUBLISHING Oncnrpnf.l.dl Subscription Rates 1'AYAlll.E IN ADVANCE drive heavy machines it Hilly in the .ere Ground b Sugar in the Court! Travellers Kent, Owlej County, Ky. c Calahan , KENTUCKY (Continued from IC. A i it yurang's Hornfifr !. Cox b Fisher's Horn If e Panola, Kslill County, Ky, t llortififr (name forgotten) NEWS rage One) Citl7.cn. 3 M. A. Moony lllg Hill, Ky. 4 BERF CO. b e a Walk Along John Man' Hitter Irish Gallop ,t Ways of Iht World b I tog-Skir Soil ie Ann it pel in the ankle and was ordered to tin; rear, bill he refused lo go, at down mid look out his knife nnd removed the shrapnel and kept on WM. C. FROST, Edilor.liwChl.f Wl SON ACTS TO END STRIKE I.M .to Alec I.unkkord linrnlng Spring, Clay County, Ky M or Enrr Money (Wnd monjr by l't-nOrder, Draft, Itegliterrd Letter, or on ant two rent aUunpt. The date alter your name on labrl thowa to what date your ubwriptlon la iald. If It li not ehanireit within Ihre week! after renewal notify Prcildent Imtructi Mines to Take Up Demand! of Shop Employee! for and Decide Klflher Wage Them on Their Merita, Clilcngo. Aug. 0. Striking rnllrontl Miop men In Hie C'IiIciiko (IIMrlct Rturt-rtinck to work. An Ititernutlonnl nlll fluid of Hie shop criift union IfMieil n Miiteineiit r'iuiltntlng the t'hlcngo council nnil urging the men to etui the Mrlke pending n aeUlcmcnt by arbitration nt Wellington, report were received that XEl employees of the Chicago. MllwHlikeu ti St. I'nti) Shopmen rom! hint voted to return. of the Kit rout h City district responded to the nppenl of the lieitil of their naand member of tional orgntilr-atlotiff-, the six federated crafts, nt n mm meeting, voted to return to work Immediately, lllnh otTklnlH of the United StntfH ritllwny mlmlnlMrntlon stated 5 Millard Ramiey - Manchester, b Illack Ailtlinr Xanry . Clay County, Ky, 6 t Waynesburg Dune Freeman it Forked Deer Owsley County, Ky. b Waynesburg e Xateket Under the Ilig-Eare- d Hill "mImIm numbrn will Ik (ladly upptlcd If wt are notlflod. Liberal Until riern to any who obtain new for ui. Any on endm ut four yearly tubxrlptloni ran recti re The Cltlien free for on year. Aafrrti'lni ratr on appllratlon. 7 .ar creasing number of machines we may "sooner or later export a series of accidenHs. Oilier places have thnni, and we cannot hope to escape. A boy is not a man, and a young girl is not a mature woman. Neither ol and judgment has the adult. They ran of a become excited easily, and in a crisis are liable In do the wrong thing. II they Ioe control of themselves they will bo certain to loo control of the machines .and a runaway machine has neither conscience nor Nobody would sense of direction. Jeol safo on a passenger train with a child nt tho throttle. Teamsters would not even like to meet a road roller with a mere child on the en glue's platform. Where human life limb is at stake a malum hand and a level head are needed. So is it at the wheel of Herea's self-contrlevel-headed an SMALL CHILDREN AND AUTOMOBILES Srnri'i'Iy n tiny passe when rc.nl-v.r- n of tin) iluily papers do not see mi ai't'iuinl of aoino nutnmnliili' Is killed or Soiut'lioily Irngt'dy. iimiiiinl for life, ami soini'lioily is Id lilnniu for it. It is not always easy to llx Uio responsibility, bill II Is evident t lint in (lie majority of thnt reports Indicate n break In the part of on rases tho inislinp Is due to careles strike andtoa qnt tile nink the the Inof the men driving, flood drivers have acci- surgent and respond to the appeal of dents, but not many. The majority President Wilson. Itepudlntlng the of aitcldenls occur when I here is nctlons of the Chlcngn district council frome, rcckhrss or irresponsible driver of the railroad shop craft. Interna-tloniofficial of the striking shopmen at the wheel. ordered them to comply with PresiThus far Herea has been rather nppenl and return to Wilson' fortunate in having few accidents. dent work. .Most machines have come recently, Men Ordered Back. and the people who drive them Washington. Auk. 8. H. M. Jewell, have not yet acquired the careless acting president of the American Fedwired nil striking habits that often come with long eration of railway employees to return Immefamiliarity with the wheel. diately to work pending President WilHut one phase of aiilomohiliug in son' nrtlon on the wage adjustment. Wilton Acts to End Strike. Herea deserviw attention. Machines Wnhlneton, Aag. A. President Wilfrequently driven about the Hlncs streets by mere children. Any day son notified Director flcm-m- l up the to take that he those who walk about may sec one demands was authorizedshop employee of railroad or more machines being piloted by for hlKher wage", and decide them on a boy or girl of tender years. Some their merit. lliiK's the child is accompanied by The president' decision was anolhur passengers, sometimes it is nounced from the Wldte Hottsi In the form of n letter sent by htm to Mr. alone. thnt "unUnless the most careful kind of Illne. The president said work and employee return to are given to these til the recognlre the authority of their Instructions ngaln and their organisation, the whole matter must children chaiilleurs number is increasing with the in- remain at n standstill." il "Monkkv" Jno. GAnn'rt CaUthan b Mute Diaputanta, . Rockcastle Co., Ky.r Fisher's Hornfifr' HJuilN Will Johnson it Ported Deer b Hlnckjitek Grove lllg Hill, Ky. c linn, Xigger, Hun 9 llKV llAKKR - lighting. I'ive days later he was wounded by a shell Just below Hie knee. He fell and while lying there thought of n bunch of shoe strings his mother had sent him. He look the shoestrings nnd corded his leg and look a slick and twisted the shoestrings so light lhat it slopped the blood, Several hours afterward he was found by tho stretcher-bearer- s. While being carried lo the rear another big shell fell ly( Hie side of them, but it was dead and did not explode. His leg was amputated and he is going lo school ' in Washington. The Ml. Vernon Fair Association lias designated Friday, August 15. 'the third and last day of the Fair as Soldiers' and Sailors' Day,, and Ihey invite all the boys from this county and everywhere in the U.S. .A., who will wear the uniform, lo come in I'll EE that day. Cantrell Backs State Memorial to Heroic Dead "The idea of erecting memorial buildings instead or monuments of marble or bronze lo the men who UNITED STATES NEWS (Continued rrom Ptgt 0n) causes of the high cost of living, the National Association of Credit Men mailed lo President Wilson, his Cabinet and every menine.1 of Cliavli, Perry County, Ky, e Along 10 K. L. Cooper a Cockling Hen b J'arting Friends llledoe, Harlan County, Ky. e II tick Creek it Ci In hurt II Jamri Dauoiitrty b I.itker All Gone Sand Gap, c Arkitnsntv Traveler Jackson Co., Ky. 12 World it Ways b Glory in the Meetin' House olkf Xigger I nth S. K. Wrioht Hazard, Perry County, Ky n Ways of the World b Cumberland Gaf e The Last of Sitemore Congress a resolution nsking lhat a flat "rale income tax on individual incomes be substituted as a means for raising necessary taxes. The excess profits lax, said a statement accompanying the resolution, was advocated by Ihc organization as a war measure when there were war profits. Now, it continued, tho war is over, there arc no war prollts and should be no war taxes. The excess profits tax, the organization maintained, is a consumption tax levied upon all consumers in relation lo the necessities of llieir 13 litn Hiram IIeolry llonafarte's Retreat 14 15 Leille County, Anderson Howi.ino a liocky Mountain b Cumberland Gaf Teges, Clay County, Ky. c Lost Girl II. P. Green it Xigger Inch Along Hell County, Ky. b Lost Girl c b Ways of the World Ky. e Pretty Polly 3 Is it Possible to Legislate i Sourivood Mountain MISS HELEN FAIRCHILD IN THE family that gave one distinguished BEREA GRADED SCHOOL President to Herea College, and The trustees of tbe Berca Graded another to Oberlin College. Her ex Sebool recently elected Miss Helen perience and training combined Kairi'ltild to a place on tbe school with I km- - likeable personal tiualities facility. For this action the Sobool equip her fully for the position she Hoard t to be highly, commended, is lo occupy. The fact is Herea nnd tbe parents of the Oerca College has had very few students children are to he congratulated. is recent years who have measured The election of Miss Faircbild up to the excellent qualities shown adds another strong teacher to tho by Miss Faircbild during Jier slu i.-- life and Brains? Swift & Company Is primarily an organization of men, not a collection of brick, mortar, and already capable and elllcient faculty. dent days. The quality of the work done in said thnt the letter Shu comes of one of the oldest and The president sent him by Senator Cummins, chair- best families of Eastern Kentucky, the Graded School will be enhanced man of the committee on Interstate her people being a branch of tho by her presence and activities. commerce, "had set me free to denl a I think best with tho difficult question of wak'es of certain classes of the railroad employee." but added: 'The chief obstacle to n decision tins been created by the men themselves. They have gone on n strike nml repudiated the authority of their otllcer at the very moment when they were urging nctlon In regard to their Inter- machinery. Packing Plants, their equipment and usefulness are only outward symbols of the intelligence, life - long experience, and right purpose of the men who compose the organization and of 111 ests." With the railroad shopmen's strike growing more acute hourly. Director Oeneral IUnes conferred with President Wilson as to the possibility of Immedtnje settlement without recourse to congres. those who direct it program of construction wa on by the nuialclpal council In order to give work to the unemployed automobile. nnd alleviate the unrest that Thus far no one has been killed la considered n prime cause In the high cost of living. here, hut if children continue In d Chile to Spend $10,000,000 on. Building. Santlngo, Chile. Aug. P. A $10,000.-00- 0 Will not Government direc- tion of the packing industry, now contemplated by Congress, take over the empty husk of physical property and equipment and sacrifice the initiative, ex- Blue Grass Fair LEXINGTON perience and devotion of these men, which is the life itself of the industry? as it used to be, was a day to bs dreaded. But now even an extra large wash can be done easily and finished early. The drudgery is gone the lame back and aching arms. A WASHDAY, What legislation, what political adroitness could replace such life and brains, once driven out? Let ua send you a Swift "Dollar." It will interest you. Address Swift ft Company, Chicago, 111. Union Stock Yards, 6- D KENTUCKY Big Days and Nights -- 6 1-- Western Electric Washing Machine washes clothes cleaner and quicker than you could ever wash by hand. Let electricity do this work for you. Electricity on the farm means more than an, electric washer. Western Electr'c Power and Light will run your vacuum cleaner, electric iron and all such work that you now do by hand. Then remember the great convenience that bright, safe electric light brings you in the house and barn. Sec this Western Electric outfit SEPTEMBER 6 $35,000 PuTsTS $35,000 WORLD-FAME- Swift & Company, U. S. A. JJK.V K 1 11 RAINBOW DIVISION BAND 43 PIECES 4S RUBIN 20 CS. CHERRY SHOWS CAK LOADS-- 20 iti operation , IH Running Sif? Trotting SPECIAL RAILROAD RATES r Hart & McCreary Phone 98 Berea, Kentucky COMPANYl JvmmmVB& Oil f SWIFT & UUO'MCAT IT i yOX J JtKf nil II 1 emit iirAiorowTHC I l4f. 1 Cr M M X WHAT BECOMES THE AVERAGE 0011AS Or. B RECEIVED 5Y MOM THE AND ltom y CwXMr Wijf "0Jt nf Af VjT Osm PA00UC19 UVI ANIMAL It.M CINTifOB IA0 tlMNMiihD raciial '' m I M "w'itm""1 m KKN WAI.KKK, Would you like to teach? Get a year in Berea Normal. Page Six rilK CITIZEN' August THE HOME ECONOMICS COURSE AT BEREA 11, 1010. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator "INTERESTING Mr. Robert SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door Training that adds to your general education. TOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying. Printing, Commerce and Tclrgrauhy. Uome Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, FOR YOUNG LADIES Nursing, Stenography ntid Typewriting. money-earnin- for. LETTERS" Wildie, Ky, July S3, 1010. try l .ponre, Berea,' Ky. Denr Sir: Thb girls report a fine lime at Beroa and say tlicy intend lo work CULL THE SLACKER HEN harder and hike more Interest in tlic crops and pips than cvor. County Agent Spence and A. S The sows and pin have some Ilea Chapln, Stale Poultry toenails!. chleken-house-. on lltom, also some In t lie will be at the following places on the following deles to give Poultry It looks now as lliongh (he toma-(o- e Culling Demonstrations. crop would ho n failure on ac- -j Septomber. 1 rimtit of the ilry weather. We havo, 2:00 p.m. Mrs. M. M. Robinson, lie n cannor and are well prepared to' ron. lake care of all the tomatoes wc 1:00 p. in. Mr. A. 1'. Smith. Herea raise. Septomber 2 The girls are well pleased over a.m. Mrs. J. E. Hulett. Hock- the opportunity of getting up a club ford. at tills place. They fo?l sure of a 11:00 n.m, George Oallilf, Dispu- large club here. tauta. Very truly, :t:00 p.m. Mrs. S. P. Caudili, ConD, L. Carter. way. September 3 31, 1010. July 8:00 a..m. Mrs. Julia Rice, Conway. Mr. I). L. Carter, 0:00 a. in. John M. Ilice, Conway. Wildie, Ky. 10:30 a.m. J. K. Caliban, Conway. Dear Mr. Carter: 3:00 p.m. Mrs. Atkins. Wildie. It was a great day in Berea when September 4 the Club Convention convened. I 7:00 a.m. Mrs. V. T. Hicks, Wilwas certainly pleased to have the die. opportunity to entertain these 101 llelurn to Herea on the fourth. club members. The daily attend- September 5 nnpn nvnrntml ATI .IIVIU1II1IQ - Mm ..... UW InMiwIInrtttfvf.l Yttrtlllt.n a1tl.a ...fttrtl. m.nnntv- - ' 8:00 a.m. Mrs. J. L. Green. Herea. tu&iil, I'Jiluiu cnunt lmvii uic.ujRoute 1. cd 1,100 each night. 10:00 a.m. Mrs. Will Hates. Coyle. am glad that the girls had n :30 a.m. Mrs. Luther Todd, Coyle. good time. I hope that they will 3:00 p.m. Mrs. G. W.Todd, Brass-Helfeel free to come to Berea. Nothing pleases me more than to know that September 6 the girls are very much interested Coomer, C. in organizing a club at Hummel. 7:00 a.m. Mrs. II. Speedwell. get a crowd of Just as soon as they ten or more, I shall be very glad 0S10 a. m. Mrs. A. T. Hale; Speedwoll. indeed to give them further in- slructions as to the organization of 11:30 a.m. Mrs. Luther Kimbcrlain, Dreyfus. a club. My heart is in this work, 3:00 p. in. Mrs. Roy Kelley. Dreyand it's my joy and happiness to see fus. others take part. Return to Berea for the night. I am hoping to be at your house some time in the near future to spend an evening. I promised the girls that I would do this and, I am FARM FLOCKS IN CONTESTS going to try to meet my promise. I am always ready to serve and Demonstration to Show low Proper Management Will Increase Egg to help my friends. Production. Cdad to hear from you at any time. (Prepared by the Untied States DepartYours very truly, ment of Agriculture.) Ilob't F. Spence, Something different In County Agent. contests Is being curried on In Missouri this year. Instead of a few Scaffold Cane Club, selected fowls competing under the n. F. D. 2, Berea, Ky, care of experts, .vhole Hocks of hens July 2t5, 1919. on the home farm and under the cure of their owners are matched against Mr. Robert Spence, similar flocks In all parts of the state. Berea, Ky. Thlv Is not only n contest to see Dear friend: which hens can lay the most esas. After returning home Saturday I was looking over my "Homo Gar- den." I found that most all of niv summer squash vines are dying. It is the "Squash Bore" that Is killing' them. Will you please tell me what to do for them. Yours truly, Menta H. McQueen. 0.-01 11 d. j egg-Iayln- ? If not, let me know and I will give you further Information. Very truly your. Ilob't F. Spence. County Agent. PEOPLE Berea's Vocational Schools g power, combined with 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School ' General Education for thoso not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with othors liko 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 It also gives thru Col I ego and desire more general education. the best general education for thoso who wish a good start In study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the best training for thoso 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 Dinsmoro's great book, "How to Teach a District School.'1 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course The Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Academy is now Berea's largest department. iius is me siraigniroaa to uwiego oesi training in Mamoinaiicg, 6th Door A Berea College war conditions. For same in Berea, but the finds itself now makes as we have in the past This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. Temporary Raise iu Board is forced by years the board has remained the unusual situation in which the whole country it impossible for us to live on the sumo money twenty-fiv- e All students do some work with their hands from six to six teen hours a week as janitors or in the farm, carpenter shop, printing olllce, laundry, boarding hall, ofllce, etc., and receive pay which reduces their expenses. young man or young woman can get an education Any at Berea if there is the will to do so. able-bodied PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room by the term, board by the halt term. Installments rent are as follows: Expenses, for Boys VOCATIONAL AND SCHOOLS FOUNDATION ACAUKMY ANI NOIIMAL ing and serving Hie meals there. The work In Clothing begins with underwear and leads n girl up to Neer before has our country I In' place where she g nblo lo make i .so keenly interested in tho cost n tailored dresi, shlrUwnist and of food and clothing. Never before skirl, gixlng her a knowledge of has it seemed s"o necessary to know fabrics, textiles, patterns, dress dechow to spend a dollar wisely; to gel oration and design. Die greatest return In food value, The course in Home Arts and for every purchase made for llio Mllllnery''glves one n knowledge of (able; to gel the longest service nil Hie decorative slilelies fis apcombined with style and beauty, In plied to home decoration ntid decmoney spent for clothing; io ohooso oration of clolljlng, and enables her the best house furnishings within lo make and dim her own hats. limited moans. Almost every magThe course in House Cure nnd azine and paper one picks up to Buying. Siiultttflon nnd Home Nursday, giwvs advice, compares costs, ing are required for gradual ion ami in every possible way helps lo from this two yews' course. In solve theso problems that aro upperthese n girl lenrns how to plan ri most in every woman's mind. To personal and household budget, how gam all knowledge of home making lo operate her household machinery through reading isouly (he sooond Willi ellleienry, with n knowledge: best way. To gain such knowledge by of all the sanitary aspects of perdoing is the best and ideal way. sonal, home nnd community hygiI'lial is what the Home Economics ene. In home nursing she learns courses at Berea College are pre- how lo enre for the sick in tho home, enre of infectious and conpared to do. Never before lias it seemed so im- tagious diseases, care of children, perative Hint every girl lit herself and babies. In addition to these Home Ecosncnlillonlly for Hie work of llonle- making. Never has it seemed so nomic sublecL l.'ngllsh. Mathnecessary for every ematics. Bihlu, Ilhcloricals, Physigirl to seek some way of earnjng ology. Economies, Psychology and ts her liMiig, of being resourceful, and Ethics are laughl. and these upon her family. or their equivalent are reDuring Hie In the Vocational Department of quired for graduation. (he following courses 'liereit College tlte chance is given year 1010-2- 0 eery girl lo lit herself for tho will be eleoliv: Gardening. Fruit g, or (Iniwlng. Poultry, Dairying and manifold task of Weaving. he equally important task of There are two courses n The Home Economic family will girl may enter. To those who have have two new workers this year. not completed tfu prado work, the Miss Bessie M. Parlee, of peabody Housekeeping course is open. Tills College, is lo 1m the instructor in consists in a year's work of thor- 'sewing. Miss Dale M. Wnterbury. oughly prai'tinil lessons in Food, its graduate of Purdue University, will food value, rela'iin l.i meal teach Foods and be the house mother In Model Coltaire. where tho girls do the practice housekeeping. The year 1010-2- 0 promises to bs i full year for our department. If you are considering entering, send at once for a catalog, to Secretary Marshall K. Vaughn. For further particulars or further information the Homo Economics rourses write to Miss Margaret E. Diiipy, director of Home Economics f the Vocational department, or to Demi F. O. Clark, denn of lh, Vocational department. ' ng sub-JeeHomo-MakinI self-suppo- fi. Incidental Fee Room $ 5.00 tV.r0 $ 0.00 Gift) 15.75 I'OLLKUI $ 7.00 . 6m 15.76 211J25 Instructor in MISS DIZNEY Home Science WAR ON STRAW3ERRY WEEVIL Insect Can Be Fought Off by Dusting Plants as Buds Appear Devices for Applying. Hoard, 7 weeks Amount due September 17; 11)10 Board, C weeks, duo October 2i Total for Term Incidental Fee Room . 15.75 27.25 13.50 2856 13.50 511.70 13.50 12.75 '350.75 $ 5.00 Expenses for Girls $ 000 0.50 11XW T7.00 0.00 CU) 11.00 23.50 12.00 Board, 7 weeks Amount due September 17, 1910 Board, C weeks, due October 20 Total for Term 20.50 12.00 &M.50 il.00 2750 12.00 37Xn $30.50 Tins does not include the four dollar' deposit nor money for bceks r laundry. Corner rooms $1.00 more. Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Business W'intrr Full Sfrin $13.00 $12.00 Stenography and Typewriting $11.00 13.00 1S.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) 1L0O CXK) Bookkeeping (brief course) 5.50 0J0 Business course for students in other departments: 8.25 MB Stenography Typewriting, with one hour' fifiO 5,50 use of instrument 010 Com. Law., Com. Geog, Com. 1.C5 Arith or Penmanship, each.. l.l3 In no K July MiasMonta McQueen, Sec. Agri. Club, 31, 1919. II. .No. 2, Berea, Ky. Dear Menta: Your letter concerning Squash I am Borer received yesterday. sending you a bulletin which will give you information on the subject: I wish you would turn to paged 01 and 02 and read these first, then look up the references given on theso pages. I think that you will llnd just what you are looking " rai will special Business Fees exceed $1.00 per week. " CINCINNATI . j MARKETS. Flock of Young White Leghorns. the extension specialists say, hut Is also u demonstration to show how proper management will lncreuse the ens production and profits of the fnnn Hock. Hay and Grain. No. 2 white 2.0l2.03, No. 8 $2.04 white $2.022.0, No. 2.05, No. 3 yellow $2.02 2.01, No. 2 mixed $2.0202.03, No. 3 mixed $20 2.02, white ear $2.0:J2.03, yellow ear Corn $2.O32.05. Sound Hay Timothy per ton, uow 120032.25, clover, new $2U32.75. Outir No. 2 white 75075&c, No. 3 white 74&75c, No. 2 mixed 72 72c, No. 3 mixed 71671ic. Butter, Eggs and Poultry. Butter Whole mlllr creamery extras 67c, centralized ereuiuery extras 55 He, firsts 52c. Eggs Extra Orsts 42c, Brsts 40c, ordinary tlrbts 30c. Live Poultry Fryers, over 2 lbs 81c; broilers, lb aid over, 31c; fowls, 5 lbs uud over, 20c ; under 5 Ib, 20c; roosters, 20c. li Live Stock. good to choice $11 11.75, common to fair $710.50; cows, extra $10010.50, good to choice $7.500.25, common to fulr $007, canners $505.75, Blockers and feeders, $7010.50. "Calves Extra $10.25010.50, fair to good $15010, common and large $7 Cattle Shippers $11.50 15.50, butch- er steers, extra $12 13.75, good to choice $11 12, heifers, extra $1213,1 The plan Is to have one poultry keeper In each community of the various counties enter the contest. The contestants nsree to cure for their entire poultry flock as nearly as possible according to directions furnished by workers through the the olllce of the farm bureau. At the end of each month each contestant Is to report expenses and Income from his flock for the month. This plan will Stimulate better methods of poultry uiiiniigeiiicnt by demonstrating on a typical farm In the neighborhood the results which can be secured by proper core of the flock. According to reports of the extension workers, 37 farm flocks ure entered in the context, with an nveruge of 155 lums to tha furm. In Februury the hens In the contest averaged 8.1 eggs. The valuo of eggs' to the farm umounted to $32.09, the cost of feed per fnnn $18.17, and tho averago net profit $13.91. In tho four mouths, November, December, January mid February, eggs valued at $10053 were produced on euch furm at a cost for feed of $73.50 for each furm. White Leghorns uvernged 25 eggs for the four mouths and led all breeds In egg poultry-extension it is impossible for any young man or young woman to Co the full year, by all means they t.iould enter for a course during tho winter and spring terms,. , The public schools will close about Christmas and the teachers and advanced pupils should not. ho idle through the long winter months hut should be studying in Berea where the best education can be gotten for least money. in sehool Applicants must bring or sand testimonial showing that they ari above IS years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some rellabli teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Fall Term Begins September 17. DOWN A dust bath Is necessary to tho health and protltuhleiiexi of the hen. Skim milk Is u very elllcleiit feed for producing eggs. Tho laying hen bat a bright red comb and u brilliant Kheeu about tho f out hers. Disease brought about b filth, malnutrition mid neglect Is a good way to niako u fullure In the poultry business. In marketing turkeys It pays to have theui well fatteiled and well dressed, so they will look better than tho average. Tame, ipilet hens of the larger breeds, such as Plymouth Bucks and muko the best turkey Orpingtons, mothers. v 014. Hogs Selected heavy shippers good to' choice packers and butchers $22, common to choice heavy fat sows $18018.50, light shippers $21021.25, 'pigs (110 lbs and less), $22, The poultry breeder should he very suro that the chicks ure getting nil they need, for trouhlu and disaster An Important factor In keeping tho follow faulty feeding. yields. chicks growing during hot weather Is The highest record la a similar con- plenty of uliudc, Tho poultry house should be built test held In the state last year was as low as possible without danger of made by N. I. Hollar, living near Dust buths for the fowls to wallow tho attendants' humping their beads Harding, who secured an averago pro- In whenever they wIhIi Is one wuy of agulust the celling. A low house Is duction of 140 eggs from a flock of checking llco. ' ' more easily warmed than a high one. 430 birds. planning nnd serving, and food prufervatiou. It takes up the plan- -' 'rung, furnishing, and caring for n The New Jersey rxperlini'iit Ktntlon home within limited means. The says the MrnwlHrry weevil run ho sewing given in this course take fousht off Uy (hitting tin plants n the up plain baud and machine sewing, buds nppetir. Tho lut N eomposiil of )ne pnrt dry iimetiHle of lend nnd live leading the girl to the place where parts itowdorcd xulphur. Thl iloet she is side to make her own clothes not kill nil the weevIK hut drives them ro to sew for others. This course away. As for n devliv for applying includes work iu the decoration of tho dust, the "New Letter" miys: decornti-vclothing, using the "Chee'clolh line," tho finked hand stitches, simple bright trimmings, and other devices vre used by itrow-rr- s who did not enre lo buy the powtatting and crochoting. The girls furnish their own materials for all der cuns, but to Tony Itlzotte belongsn the hnpor of ovolvltn; the moxt IliKeiil-osowing courses, and the garment is hand device for xlftlni:. lie covtheirs .when lluished. ered n common wire horse inuzzlo Iu addition lo tho Home Economics with one thlckne of copper mosquito wtirk given iu the Housekeeping nettlfic and drew the iilncs up to' tho course, ovory student has the oppor- - rim. The Itivvtitor then bent n 3 foot tunity of taking work iu Bible. hickory supllm;, fastening It to opRhotorieals. Arithmetic, (Jrammar. posite sides of the rim. This served is a bundle by uhU'h the Improvised awl Physiology. Thecourse is val- basket tilled with the powder could uable to those wishing n short be twirled with more or less force, deeoursu in a concentrated form of pending on the width of the rows." Home Science subjects. If any student of advanced standing wishes CONTROL OF CODLING MOTH lo take work iu this course, the work done may apply to Hie two pood Plan to Band Trunks and Large Limbs of Apple Trees With year's Home Economirs course if, Strips of Cloth. later, she wishos to take further' work. For snrh torm'-- work suc(I'rfpired by the L'nlf..l Btates Detmrt-inucessfully completed ill the Houseof Agrli ulture.) keeping course, a certilicate is Banding the trunks and Inrger limbs given. of npplo trees with htrlps of cloth Una Tho two years' diploma courso in been practiced exleimlvedy for the conHome Economics admits girls who trol of the codling moth. This method have completed the eighth grade. consists of fustenlus n band of cloth nround tho trunk, from which the loose As a rule tho girls iu this course bark has been removed. Usually n bund aro divided into two groups, those mude from burlap, folded to threo just out pf tho oighlh grade nnd thicknesses four to tight Inches wide, those who are in or have completed Is used. The codling moth larvae, or worms, crnwl beneath the hand to Hie Norniid or Academy departments. Wlille this course is pri- form their cocoons nnd should bu destroyed by Imnd at Intervals of ten marily designed for there is iniieli work givon which days throughout the hcusou. enables a girl to tako tho position of assistant matron, or as a teacher PROFITABLE TO CULL FLOCK ijf Food and Clothing in secondary schools nnd institutions. Every girl West Virginia Raiser Reduces Number of Hens f and Gets as ought to hnvo such a course as Ibis, Many Eggs. It is Ihe right of our Counlry to expect (he homes of tho next genera(Prepared by the United Htatrs Department of Agriculture.) tion to bo more soientttlcnlly kept That It does not pay to keep poultry than the homes of this generation1 Is, some poultry-- has have been. Thus doos the nation' In the winter that been demonstrated to at least one ) advancu in civilization. West Virginia poultry raiser and Ids Tho work in Food lakos up a; neighbors. I.nut full ho followed the study of tho II vo food principles, tho advice of tho poultry extension specost of food, introduces hor into the cialists und culled Ids llock. From a tho mysturlos of "calorio require-- 1 flock of 81 hens ho culled out I!0 aud meiiLs," a phrase which has como sent them to the market. To his surproduced into common use sinco the war; prise the remaining 42 bird Hock as many egin as the original aud teaches food composition nnd prcs- - his feed bill was nearly halved. planning crvatlon, and serving munis for large nnd small groups, also some work in dietetics. In i There aro many udviuitnges to a addition to tho class work done in sliiKlo-pltcroof on the poultry house. foods each girl in the course spends This type Is most easily built. It gives one term at Model Cottngo where tho highest vertical front exposed to she takes her turn planning, oook- - the sun's rays und throws all of tuo ruin water to the rear. e nt Homo-Makers, One-Halj h Do you live in a mountain home? Take Home Science at Berea. August II, IMHotXl) 1010. INTCRAaIIOKAL THE CITIZEN Pago Seven. UNIFORM SWYSOIOOL Lesson TVocl.rr of "The Place of a Skull" . ! ' 'aLaaaaaaaLm 11 ir ni:v. i' n Whit Inmltutr vl I'M npi) ICeprrliM. 111. u.trsn Ntirair t'nlon) htzwateh l:miiirh ItlMe In the ij. n.. Mooily By REV. GEORGE GU1LLE EilUKn I)piltrf nt Moody lutituti, Chicago Dibit ll TH0S. J. OSBORNE W ialtalatlttaaal LESSON FOR AUGUST 17 CHftlOTIAN MiSSIONO. ' ft THXT And when they were come unto plnre called OolRatha, that la tn say u they criuined f'lre nf it tktill 77:l3-- t The Spirit of ('oil rnrcfully tnnrks the plnce where t U ItiI wns cruelfit ' fo- - this, Iiko l( crnitutr ADDITIONAL MATHItlAt. - Mntthrv e. i jthiiik' else In I.Mkr Arid M tin story of Hut I'ltlMAlt Y TOPir-IIMjU- nic evfrybnil) l.nPEHN TI!XT?-A- rti 1.1. 11 1. H. (SOI.DKN TR.r-ll- o y Into nil th wnrld ami primcri tin Diwprl to rvcr) tn know Jmntn Treasurer I hat tho Soil of nited slates has decroasedin fertility in Ihe last fifty years while Ihe soil of France has increased its productive capacity. During tho car I1U7 with more than fifty per cent of her grown men in tho army, France was the third wheat producing country in Hie world. How are these wonderful achievements in agriculture wrought? By religious care of the soil and a knowledge of lis power to respond to proper treatment. The French farmer loves his soil; he hnes his animals and treats them both with humanly kfndues. Through many years of trial and ditllculty he has developed into a scientillc farmer. Ho is not a scientist who has arrived through Ihe spirit of adventure or aided by the government funds but one forced by necessity to squeeze a living for a large population from a small area of land. On an area smaller than the slate of Texas France is producing enough food to feed sixty-llv- o per cent of her population, equal to one-llfthe entire population of the United Stales. Only by keeping up the fertility of the soil and careful business management is it possible to do this. The farmers of the Unjled Stales and especially those of the mountains must introduce more business management into their profession. 'l?hey must acquire some of the thrift-o- f the French and learn lo get larger annual yields from small tracts of land. French methods can be used more successfully in the mountains than upon the plains as the rich coves and creek valleys are usually in very small tracts and not best adapted to the use of largo machinery. Ily proper crop' rotation and suitable combinations it is often possible lo have two crops a year on one Held and leave the field better than when you began. These combinations will have lo bo worked out with crops that are suited to the soil and climate of the community where they are grown and must be lied up with a stable market. Scientific agriculture and farmers' organizations arc necessary to bring about this great change and theso arc both taught in good schools of Agriculture. If we are to have permanent agriculture we must have permanent soil fertility. If our farmers are lo pay their debts and lay aside some cash they must have thrift and business methods. A good school of Agriculture emphasizes both of tho abovo principles. Hut in choosing; that school be sure it specializes in the branches of farming that anj suited to your locality. Agricultural education pays big financially. :l. JmtJs JITJflOlt roiIC-T- he whole world TOI'ie-Talilr- iK nfd th Clir'n cross, Mil him Uh aillllK. The records show I rl In nhMr wnrlil. rtRN'IOIt llirAND ADl'l.T TOPIC linn m:1nrni; aim nml INTEHMKMATK T Ii worI d rrsulli . roui nuiioi-- nun iroui- - you do not believe It, I challenge, you who ii iiioiueiu iiko were to come nu'd H'o for yourself. wiirsliiiinit. .re tilled with sntnnlo linte. Dmilitless liiiil rememliered htephen s Hit Way. (iuil ml mi! him up mid he expcrleiii'M. Huve wo quite learned Ids way? went forth to illKchuri:e nls duties us "Tench tne thy woy, O Lord I" Do u iniKsioiinry. nuiu men ui wo know how to lift broken IIiiiIih? are ueeiieii loiuiy. Do we. know how to handle broken Do wo rind more delight In, lives? Without Loyalty to Chrlit. hIuk than In helping sinA Christianity without loyalty to the denouncing ners? Are wo more expert In abstract Chrlfct. us Its motive and Inspiration, comfortl Uiuy tie iineueu 10 wen, iniiy wo say. analysis than In pnailcul There Is surely on almost crushing our solar sysu iii minus iiiu sun. need of gentleness In days like these. An Inward Beauty. Let us iiiuke no mistake about It; There U mi Inward beauty, life, and wo are not less strong when wo become gentle. Henl gentleness Ih not loveliness in divine truth, which can not he known but when It Is digested weakened strength; It Is strength ills elpllned, purllled, refined. Centleuesi Into life mid practice. John .Smith. It Is the full Is matured Mrvngth. Take heed of the llrst stumble, for It com In the cur, Itoughness has nevct Is ominous; mid nt best lime Is u good finished Its training. It needs to ;c ttep lust. tkiijumln Whiiiuu'.e, to school. wickcii jewH Ulll. i lion on soils and crops and how to rii litem .nto prosperity for lb' i immunity, i.nrge classes are ex i i iii'd in Proresor Kami's department. Mr. Fielder. Ihe expert gardener Mr. Silence, the prize County Agent, Mr. Muney, Ihe successful dairyman, and Mr. Houk, our new 'and DEAN CLARK farm superintendent, (13:1-14- ; 'J.S). Vocational Department are on hand with their practical 1. Who they were (KI:2). nml Saul were selected the have heard linn speak and know of demonstrations of special kinds of very best two men In the church. The his work. He is still on the job, agricultural work. Their departevnticellrjitlon of the world In n and will be ready to welcome all re- ments are open to students of the of Mich tremendous Importiitiee Hint I' turning students, and those who are School of Agriculture for observachallenge the rhurrh to offer her heM tion or labor. entiling for the- first lime. men nml wniiien. Since iin tuxlltutlnn Mr. '.. II Khun, of the University Is 'Judged liy lt representative. It beof Tennessee, comes to us fresh LEARN TO BE A CARPENTER AND come the eliurch o put her most enpn-MCONTRACTOR men to the front hundred years nfter from limcrsiiy work, and has the For twenty-liv2. Ily whom sent (13:2, 1). and energ of a man The the creation, "the Invisible things" of eulhusia-'Holy Spirit chose them men ntHl" etit Cod were "clearly seen . . . even A trade which will give yoa them forth to their work. The church his eternal jxtwer mm Codhend." pleasure, good pay, and an everthe henvens with nccurncy lit Autloch wined to have dcllhcrntc-lgreen job, and which will give you planned thin nilxsloiinry enterprle. mid clearness was that revelation, the (onimunily joy, comfort and conIt wiih nfter prnyer nml fiixtlnc Hint henvens declaring Ids glory nnd the fidence. showing his handiwork. Hie Spirit ordered the rhurrh to xend firmament for the skilled It is a forth thee mlxxlonnrlex. It should he Hut men "did not like to retain Cod mechanic to work in wood. It is the hulnct! of the church to eoiixtnnt-l- In their knowiedgo" nnd "professing seek the mind of (Sod relntlve to themselves; tn be wise they became fun for him to mako a smooth. ., neiidlui; forth InhorerH Jnto the Lord' fools" mid "changed the truth of Cod ...I.... ...ill. II I1I11U, Ul IIU ..... S)Of-ltlfc.C Willi IIIUtl vliieynrd. The Spirit cull mid send" Into a He." 'fhen began their guesslo cut a rafter which will lit and men forth, hut he docx tliln throuch ing, nnd from Hint hour one school of exactly. thought hns dlsplnccd another, mid the churrh. Very few men in each community have chased 3. Some experiences of the first fuf systems of philosophy tools and can handle each other like shndows across the el en mlsslounrlcN : plan buildings, therefore the skilled (1) Withstood by Klytnim the sor- bills nf time. And still, "the world carpenter gets good pay. r.lymiiM moved hy the by wisdom knew not Cod" nnd "the cerer (13:rt-12)- . devil, xouuht to turn the mind of Sercl-U- message of the cross Is to thein that He has an "evergreen" job out MR. EL AM I'nuln from the fnlth, thin Imrrlris perish foolishness," but "the wisdom side work in the summer and inside Instructor in Animal Husbandry the (lospel nx It enters uxm Its widest of this world Is foolishness with Cod" work in the winter. You know there mission of xnlvntlon. The most vll nml "the Lord knoweth the reasonings who is familiar with his work and is a scarcity of good workmen now one enn roiiiinlt l of the wise that thi- nre vain." "Hut Inlnnus ort which tn turn n soul from the (lospel. (2) nfter Hint In the wisdom of Cod the loves it. Mr. Klam's department is in your county. Korea carpentry (ii) The world hy wisdom knew not God, It Animal Husbandry, and wo are ex- boys often have to quit before, lln- Worshiped us cods (1 of pecting much interest to bo excited ishing the course on tho account ofi pleased Cod by the foolishness OoiJ nreompnnleil ocrnslon (vv. so many calls for trained workmen.' the testimony of these missionaries hy prenchlng to save them Hint believe," in the business of stock raising. Ills mlclity power. Il' wroucht h mlr nnd "we iin'iich Christ the power of Mr. Klam comes highly recomAll Ihe folks are glad to have a nrle throned Timl. At his cull the Cod und the wisdom of God." mended by all tho authorities of the carpenter and contractor in the Hnppy nnd wise alone Is lie who nt crlpplf one who hnd never ItiM'tenite University of Tennessee. Professor neighborhood, who can do llrst class walked lenped up nnd wnlked. The the cross of the Lord Jesus bus bumcure wns Instnnt. (10 The method (vv bled himself ns a sinner to nccept the. Wilson, of tho Department of Ani- Jobs. Hy every day's work ho makes They culled Ilnrnnhnx. Jupi- one "made sin" there for him. Then, mal Husbandry, makes the follow- Ihe homes more beautiful and more ter, nnd I'mil. Mercury, hecnuse he wns nnd there alone, shall he find the m- ing comment: "Mr. Klam is a line comfortable or the barns and the chief spenker. They dechired Hint ini or to the eternal question, "Wlint Is Christian gentleman, very thorough more convenient and the koiIx hnd come down In (he like- truth?" for the Hps Hint ennnot llo with his work, and, I might add, more useful. ness nf men. nnd Ihey hrought oxen nml have furnished the one final answer very dependable and energetic in Kerea College Vocational Depart- -' pirlnuds tn offer sncrlllce. (e) Their forever: "I nm the Truth." Oh, tho the prosecution of same. Ho was ment will train carpenters and con1. The rfTorts foiled (vv. m.irvel of divine wlsdoitil Tho very rent their clotlies nnd run murder of the son of Cod, outcome of Ihe llrst man of Ins class to be tractors with as little loss of time, In nmotn: the tieople. snylni; they were Satan's He that men hi pride nnd self elected to the honorary fraternity, energy and expense as possible on r.ot divine lint iieiiiCM or like luisMun will Mill cling to, Is the highest wisWilli lliei use vcm. inev urt'eu me dom of Cod, for It I his perfect pro3. mm vision for human sin nml guilt yen, people to turn to iioil. ) Honed (vv. Stirred up liy for every need of the human heart. If t ir Knr-nnl- 1. The Obllcatlcn of Millions (MnrU 10. CM stives men for n purpose. That inrMi.)' Is to laborer together vii Mid In tin salvation of other Christ's purling message.' yen. lit Html commission lit I lie disciple wn, "(i.i. priach tlif (Jospcl In every creature" TIiIh obligation Mill rests upon tln rlmrrli. Since I lie command Is to preach llii 5on'l to every creature thl iililiciitliin will ulitiiln ns long i" there I" line lllirrrtrlieil Mini. II. Tht Power of Mlnloni (Act 1:S). Tlilf owcr In Hie supernatural nf tin- - Holy Spirit. Mission-nrenili'iixor without Hie Holy Spirit In doomed to fulltire. Tower to wllnex for Christ I the purpose of Hie gift of the Spirit. Success will crown tlie effort of tlioe who go forth utiiler the lemlerlilp n nil mwcr of the Holy Spirit. The Spirit wns not given to mnkc Christian huppy. hut to mnke them strung to curry the However Oospel to the henthvn. serv-Irthose who co fortlTln thl In the Spirit's imwer nre truly hnppy. III. The Scope of Mltilonary En. devor (Artx 1 :S). The ilNrlpleH were to begin their witnessing where they were whin the Holy Spirit fell upon them .teruii lem. Hut Ihey were to po out from then to the "uttermost mrtn of the enrth." Thl l the program for every of (hrlt. llegltl witness. ve you. mid then Ing where Christ nelghlior next to you. nml go on to the remotest hound of the enrth There l no such tf if lip n "home except Hint you begin nt home. IV. The Flnt Foreign Mlnlonarles fy. liousts of Us wisdom. At every turn we tire to hour wlint It snys nnd to cnr.e upon Its Mini-mone- MEM IMIKV HARM the It hleel tl nclilevi'incnts. llut It dlxnppolnts us. It tins drought no pence to eiirth nor to our sor-rowing nnd when It comes to removing dentil. or the Mini; of death, which Is sin, or Imleiil, nny of the dnrkest shndow-tlmt cloud our lives, we flnd Hint It hns miide no progress nt nil. Kin nnd sorrow nuil dentil lire Mill the great fuels of lit ii ti experience. Nor hns uiisn's wisdom given us, nny knowledge of Cod mid It life beyond denlh. The wisest mnti Hint ever lived wns hiilllcd In his searching out of the things thtit nre done under lieuven mid wns utinhle, hy wisdom, to discover miylliliig nhout (lod save "his eternul (Jod must power nnd (iodhend." himself. And he has done so In the person of Ids sou, of whom It Is written: "Who of Cod Is made unto us wisdom." And the iiMstle, descanting upon the wisdom of the world, snys, "The Jews require ii sign nnd the Creeks seek nfter wisdom ; hut we prench Christ crucllled, unto the Jews a stumhlliig hlock. and unto the Creeks foolishness; but unto them which nre culled, both Jews nnd Creeks, Christ the power of Cod, and the wisdom of Cod." And behold! the wisdom of Cod put to death In the plnce of a skull, the utter wreck of human wisdom. Tlmt place of n skull Is Cod's estimate of the wisdom of. men ; the cross erected there Is man's estimate of the wisdom of Oml. How did man unpilre this boasted wlrilom? It wns by listening to Satan's lie. The pursuit of knowledge was the enreer upon which Hint urcli llnr promised to set the nice, and In following his faint suggestion there was forfiitt-that higher wisdom "which Coil ordained before the world unto our glory," and "which none of the princes of this world knew; for hnd they known It they would not huvo crucified the Iord of glory." s it e proKress nnd hearts. Phi Kappa Mil, of this University.' BEREA'S AGRICULTURAL He is well I rained in Animal litis-- 1 FACULTY ' , I ..It.. me The Agticiilltiral Course of Herca's iiaiiury, mmI II iiiorougiuy iuvi-Vocational School is stronger this work. I believe he will make you year llinii ever liefote. New teachers an excellent man." Iiiim1 heeti adili'tl and the old ones Prof. W. J. Haird is now studyare renewing Iheinselves, so that the ing in Cornell t'niversily, and wiH reluming student, as well as new tome bark with the latest informa- tnes. will final a bright new faculty s to greet them. Dean I'. O. Clark needs no introduction to an old llerea student, and many who have never heen to Hero BBBBtkl - if Ihe part of Ihe student. The work will be practical. The teaching will The products flie be on real Jobs. students make will be jtscful and not mcjj exercises. Something new and valuable will be taught every week, and if the pupil can remain for only a few months he will be a heller workman and will be able to Kid his skill while earning dollars. Hut the best, "the dessert," comes last, and the student who "sticks" for Ihe whole wilirse will have, an excellent foundation for a good trade. Carroll G. Hatson is the principal teacher. Mr. liaison is a son of a carpenter; llerea student for five lh PROFESSOR BA1RD Mountain Agriculture MR. BATS0N Instructor in Carpentry years; one year at the University of ss y Kentucky;, spent several vacations working at the .carpentry trade; followed the trade after getting out of the army this spring, and summer. Mr. Hatson srudied Carpentry, Architectural Drawing, and .Methods of leaching for sn"op instructors at Kradley Polytechnic Institute, He got there some Peoria, 111. practical and thorough work. TRAINING COURSE FOR NURSES The Red Cross Nurse has shared the hardships of war and the glories pl-as- 1 I r.1- w wood-worki- ng l:S-1S- j farm-buildin- gs of victory along with the bravo lad who wore, the soldier's uniform. The great majority of these nurses were taken from private practico in small communities, and all were graduates from schools for nurses. They were prepared for tho greatest service they could possibly render their country in a great crisis. It is hoped that another such war will never visit tho world but there are always crises in health in different localities that must be met by trained nurses and good doctors. Kerea Collego offers a splendid course for nurses that is very thorough and well adapted to the needs of many mountain communities. Only a limited number can be admitted to the Nurses' School and at present there are just a few places left for new students. Any young women between the ages of 18 and 35, who have completed the common school branches and can produce a ccrtillcato of good health and character, may enter the Nurses' Training School at the beginning of the fall tcim. This invitation will close when our number has been reached. FARMING AS A BUSINESS (Continued Trom Figs One) lions. He is proud of tho fact his foil is more fertile today Ill' that than SUPT. EDWARDS A Class in Pruning it was when his forefathers camo ii. to possession of it, maybe, three To the people of Kentucky: hundred yours ago. Tho Government has authorized Franco was an old agricultural countrjvwhen Columbus discovered tho sale of TWO MILLION DOLLARS nierjca. Tho soil Is by naturo worth of War Savings Stamps. Let mo tako this means of asking poorer than the soil of tho United yot tho yiolds per aero of tho that you practico.Thrift and Sav-- 1 States, crops that are common to both ings systematically to tho end that iiuntrios aro greater in Franco than 'you purohaso theso small Govern- -' in iho United Slatos.Franoo pro- - ment securities eaoh wcok. Mako duetts live bushels inoro wheat to one day your weekly Thrift Day. Very truly yours, the aero than wo do, from two to JAM KS 1). KIlOWN, live bushels more rye and thirty Slate Director for Kentucky. bushels more potatoes to tho acre. Foundation School Now is your chance for a course in Business, Carpentry, Printing, or Nursing at Berea. Pago Eight THE CITIZEN look dinner Sunday Willi Mr.. Daniel Pennington. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY August II, 1910, Rockford, Aug. 10. All right, And All lllsnulnnln. here I ntii. We had ' Mime of the best rains that ever fell. Com lliat looked lo he almost gone is now looking line, wheat is damlo her bed for a six week rest, as aging most everywhere. Some have JACKSON COUNTY the "llu" left her lungs slightly af- already McKoe and others are! McKoe, Aug. II. Several Jnckson fected. Mis Maude Kidd has re- going lo, for they are growing fast (Jotinly teachers are mining l Mc-l- signed her position as bookkeeper and no thresher in sight, Wtlhurn today lo allend the Institute; at the Robinson Hospital and lias Oatliu" bad n barn raising Inst week, -v v r ww w w r wi Professor H. I.. Smith is the In accepted n position with Welch as lie will have the largest barn in ami bookkeeper. Mrs. N. O. Ilutchins this section. lli'V. Van Pearson tostrtirtor. If J. W. Todd's family were visiting in MeKee from and children were visiting her bacco keeps growing he will hao Wednesday until I'rlday of last father ami mother, of Hackley, the lo change his plan" for barn build AT week. l.icut. II. M. Collier, who has llrst of the week. M. O. Ilutchins ing. There Is going to be several .1. T. heen in the service for one year and ha now gol his new saw mill in tobacco barns around here. two months, was discharged, Aug- running order. Miss Clara Howlln Stephens made a business trip to ust I, at Camp Taylor. MeKee and Mr. Hailey (lentry are visiting Merea yesterday. Several from Academy will open again August 21. their sister. Mrs. Joe Goodrich, of here attended the Merea Fair, Thompson, .Ml?s Vanderploeg, who has heen Hininence, Ky. Mack, Everybody is rejoicing over get- -; spending her vacation with her folks and Hill Maker were visiting their ting our teacher back at Walnut v in Iowa, lias returned. She will he aged fattier, J. A. Maker, the past (iroe. Ella Lake Anderson. L'nclo On the premises, beginning at 10:30 a. m. on Miss Fanny Kidd leaves, Thomas Viars is cdill in a bad ron-- i week. Principal of the MeKee Academy. Miss Addle I,. Sheltou will return to Sunday, for an extended visit willi dilion. The Rev. G. E. Childress Annvllle. Monday, to .start in school her brother and sister in Dayton and Daniel Phelps passed through! again. Mrs. Win. Turner was called and Lima, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. here today and reported he had juslj to IUchmond lnt week on account (iiiinn and grandma Kidd attended closed at Freedom the greatest re- -' of the dealh of her sister-in-lathe revival at Freedom last Su- vival he ever experienced. Brother! Mrs. Nance. Mrs. .1. 11. Llewellyn ndayWe are all glad to see Ed Phelps sanctioned same as the As agents of J. F. Gover and W. H, Worsham, we will sub divide their 210 acre farm in tracts from invited several of her friends to ac- Wallace hack with us again, after greatest lie ewr saw. People Hock- 10 acres on up to suit purchaser and will also sell all their live stock, farming implements, all housecompany her to Sand Springs, last twelve months service in the army, ed in by the hundred. J. W. Todd hold goods, corn, hay, etc., for the "High Dollar," on the above date. Located on a good pike near Thursday, to see the oil wells thai six of them in France and Ger- is planning on beginning the man- Turnersvilie, five miles from Stanford and three miles from McKinney;. Accessible to both L. & N. residence, halls, two are Jieing drilled on their farm. many. It has heen reported that ufacture of lumber in the next and Southern Railways. The improvements consist of an elegant eight-roonice tenant house of four rooms and small tenant house of three rooms. Tobacco barn Those that went were: Hev. and Sherman Kidd has bought the Ollie few days. C. II. Todd of Dripping porches, extra Mrs. Van Ptiersen. from Kalamazoo, Hoian properly here in Wallaceton. Springs visited his brother. J. W. 90x56. stock barn 40x10 and smaller barn and all sorts of out buildings. This farm lies well, long frontage on pike several nice building sites; good fences everlasting School here has been closed for Todd, Saturday night. ANo Lock Mich, Rev. I)e .long, Harry Collier; ponds, Hanging Fork, etc. Mesdames Orant Collier, W. H. the past three weeks on account of Maniel mid family of Lancaster mo- water, cisterns, well, springs, This farm has been in the Gover family for over forty years. Most of it is in grass, about seventy Roy tored to William Rich's Saturday Hornshy, 11. F. M inter, and Miss the illness of. the teacher, Mr.. acres in rich bottoms. It is all rich, strong, limestone land, nnd will produce anything you put on it. Viola Pas. Miss Pas, lo avoid an (iadd. Mrs. R. W. Elkin is able to be night. James Grant passed thru Good hemp and tobacco land. It is Hanging Fork land, borders on the famous Hanging Fork, and having some here last week on business. accident, jumped from the buggy around again, after Mary everyone knows what Hanging Fork land is "nuf scd." and sprained her foot. Mrs. Grace trouble svith her foot. Uncle Crit Northern is some belter at this Messrs. Gover and Worsham say SELL. The bridle is off. It will be an Absolute Sale for the 21th, or pneu- writing. She is nt present under Hie "High Ail8!, from Iowa, is expected soon Caldwell died, July Dollar." The bidders fix the price. This is a rare opportunity to get what you want: the size to vteit her parents at this place. monia, in the Lexington Infirmary. Mt. Vernon doctors' care. We are tract you want, well located in splendid community, close to school, church, etc. The man of small His remains were brought to the proud lo report the whooping couu-Mr. anil Mrs. J. F. F.ngle. means will have the same chance at this sale as the man of larger means. We always try to please Wallace Chapel for burial. Several much belter. Som) cases lasted our customers - a fair and square deal to all. Attend this sale and get your share of the bargains. from this place attended the Merea several weeks. MADISON COUNTY The Rev. L. D. The live stock consists of 4 cows and young calves; 2 stripper cows; 9 head of yearling cattle; 2 -Fair this week. Panola Gooch, pastor of Fair View church.' head of buggy horse: 6 brood mares; 3 work mules; 1 yearsteers; 3 heifers; one Panola. Aug. 5. We are very will preach at Scaffold Cane to- ling horse colt; 1 Percheron colt; 125 young ewes; 125 spring lambs; 6 good young bucks; 8 brood sows; GARRARD COUNTY thankful for the good rains we have night. Noah Gabbard, one of our 40 Iiead of hogs from 60 to 150 pounds. Harmony 1 Binder 1 Roller; 2 Wheat Drills; 2 Riding Cultivators; 1 Disc Harhad the past week. McLamh and FARMING IMPLEMENTS Scaffold Cane boys, is home from Harmony, Aug. II. We had a the army. We are bound to rejoice row; 1 Hemp Machine; 1 Riding Oliver Plow; 2 No. 40 Oliver Plows; 2 Mowing Machines; Double wife visited Mm. l.ucy Cole, Mon wagon; 1 Frazier Cart: 1 new Buggy: Corn Planter; 1 Hay Rake; 1 two-hors- e day. i nere is no scuooi at uus good rain a few days ago which was Willi bis mother nnd others over Shovel Plows; 1 two-horsplace this week on account of the badly needed, and vegetation is his arrival. H. E. Mullen, John! 1 Phaeton and Harness and Tools of all kinds; also lot of Hay, Corn, Etc., and also all Household and n. much revived though Iho corn crops Vaughn and J. W. Todd have pur- Kitchen Furniture. illness of our teacher. VergH We want to show you this farm before the sale. of Franklin, Ohio, is visiting will he short on account of the long chased new wagons; guess they are Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. Remember the day and hour WEDNESDAY, his sister at this place. Mrs. Lucy protracted drouth. J. K. Johnson going to work. There was a meetbought 18 goats from T. J. Stigall ing at Spencer Ahney's Tuesday for AUGUST 20th, 10:30 A.M. Be on hand promptly. Cole has been down with rhcuma For full particulars, blue prints, etc , see, write, or phone tism for the past four weeks, but and paid .3 per bead for them, or the purpose of getting a clear is some better at this writing. for the whole 535. Will Comer has right-of-won Dixie Highway for John and Christopher Taylor, of near bought an automobile, but as yet quaries and also some crooks which Shade, Ky., visited relatives at Ibis lias not proved himself as being an need work. We hope no one will place, Saturday and Sunday. Bob expert driver. Thornton Mullins ball the way and that we may soon Pearson is planning on going to went to Stanford, today, on busi- begin work again. Read The' TELEPHONE NO. 180 Illinois in a few days to make that ness. Mrs. G. H. Colson who was Citizen and be wise. his future home. Cecil Clyde and operated on for tumor three weeks drawn the XMMI union workers would children and a number of friends F,red Cole visited their granmotlier ago at Norton Inllrmary, Louisville, GARRARD COUNTY he out of the yards und the great puck to mourn Til font their loss. toat Roland, Sunday Clayton Pear lias recovered and will he home Ins plants vlrttmlly closed down by Paint Lick MEN QUIT Creech's children are reported to he MORE noon. son killed a large rattle snake a day. Aunt Martha Adams died a Several improving. Paint Lick, Aug. II. The teachers' institute The partial grunting of the union few day.s ago. The little eight few days ago and was buried in Hie members of Mr. Patrick's family of demands that the gunnl he removed month-ol- d Captain Lowell have Smallpox. Miss Payne convened at Booneville last week baby of E. B. Cox is old Vanllook graveyard. AT STOCK YARDS did not satisfy the worker, however, with Professor McDougle of Rich very sick at this writing. James Johnson attended the Odd of Rockcastle county is visiting her and til' begun exerting pressure to mond as instructor. All seemed to Panola. Aug. 8. We are enjoying Fellows' meeting at Cartersville lat cousin, Miss Bessie McOuire. The force the retnovii! of the police. Mrs. C. A. Gabof Rev C. A. VanWinkle and son, Ivan, enjoy the week. the J. L. Ilutchins sermons of the Saturday night. Thousand of negroes, encouraged bard visited her father, V. T. Thom Whites Refuse to Toil Under Ilev. Wm. E. ftix. He will continue Danville visited his brother here of Middlesburg, were guests of W. by the absence of attack upon their part of the week, Police and Military Guard his meetings for this week. Wo are last week. The Rev. W. M. C. W. West and family the llrst of the as the latter nice Thurdtiy the llrst day the neMrs. Rachel Ross was called to the groes, have been allowed to work o having beautiful weather and moon Ilutchins went to Level Green last week. Forest Dowden of Harts bed side of her grandmother Mrs. in Chicago. the yard slnre the rioting begun light nights, which insures a good Saturday and spent the night with visited his mother, Mrs. J. T.1 Begley, a few days ago, who is not thronged Into the yard and blocked Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Lawrence and Thompson, audience both night and day. Tuesday. Wright expected to live. tmlllc about Ihe employment olllce. preached at the church twice on Kelly, who has heen visiting liisi Uncle Charlie Cox lias improved. NEGROES RETURN TO JOBS Many women were among their numAlger Harris and son, Reo, have re Sunday. He reports a real enjoy daughter, Mrs. W. W. West, leftj ber. A large number of white perMME. Er.wnQ fJUIDA We have a real .snap Wednesday for Millersliurg to visit! turned from a visit to Illinois. able time. son also appeared To net us strike Thos. Kindred was a recent visitor oy newspaper started at Crab his daughter. Mrs. C. A. VanWinkle. of hrenker If Ihe necessity anise, hut by Abtence Encouraged Black of the family of his Orchard, and it makes its appearthe negroes wen largely In the maMrs. Berryman of Brasslleld is Attack Upon Their Race Reiume jority. Douglas Young, af Kingston. Delia ance onco a week. It is edited by organist at the revival meetings Labors Officials WithRefute to Work Under Quard. Cates spent Sunday willi Cclla Kin- H. P. Fails from Harlan county, and which are being held at the Chrisdraw Militia. The decision to walk out wns reached CRAM tian church. She is willi her brodred and attended church. Mrs. they have christened it In a meeting of floo yard worker at k, Hood Wells and daughter, Kate, are ORCHARD SUN. Miss Mae ther, Tom I.ogsdon, and family fVilmiiMi hnll. l'ortvelclilh nnd Pau Thirty-twthouChicago, Aug. visiting the family of Charles Cox. who has a position with Mas-t- in while here. Lawreiicehurg playsand union workers ut the stock yards lina streets, which was addressed by John Cox and wife and .sons, Russell Brothers of Lancaster, visited ed the Paint Lick ball team SaturPresident Mnrtln P. Murphy and Sec went ordered out of the packing plant J. W. Johnstone of and Toney, are visiting at Rich- honiefolks last Saturday and Sun day without making a score. on u strike In protest against the pres-ncMiss mond, Wallace Chrisman was a day, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Vanllook. of Jurge details of lollce mill the stock yards luhor council, and John Mary Brown of Lancaster is the leputy MutIIT.s stationed In und about Klkulskl, organizer for the A. V. at I. Herea visitor last week. He was guest of Miss Sadie Ralston. Miss The union olllciuls said they atthe yards. Thousand of employee CLAY COUNTY homo by bis sister, Mrs. Fannie Dowden is teaching at Stony obeyed the strike order Imuiedliitcly. tempted to Mad Mayor Thompson to Malcom Dr. Host, for a short visit. Robert Point as substitute teacher for a tubers struggled nfler them. The num- present the walkout ultimatum conCrops and few weeks. Malcom, Aug. 5. Pearson and family have moved lo ber of strikers Ims not yet been tained In the resolution adopted at Illinois. This is Institute Week in gardens are looking lino in this lU'llultcly determined. The packing Columbia hull. Mrs. Mary Ann McDanicl i Estill County. Mr. and Mrs. II. 0. part. plmits did not hIiuc down, Iiowomt, und OWSLEY COUNTY Mrs. Cinthiann Cox andLchildren, Ernestine and Awhile the union workers were wtilklug BIG PASSENGER SHIP AGROUND .till very sick. Major of persons, while und out thousand lbert, were Vogel visitors, Sunday. Mrs. Brown Thomas is very ill. Major, Aug. II. Joe Smith has black, crowded up to the doors of sev North Star, Carrying 285 From BosThe been in Major for a few days. Sam Joe Allen, an overseas man or ing seems to be improving. end employment olllces asking for Jolts. ton, In Trouble Off Yarmouth, has returned home. Mrs. Sa- Rev. H. C. Lewis of Peoples spent Maiuous aud daughter and Mr. and Hundreds were turned uwuy. N. S. No One Hurt. ndra Hunter spent the day with Saturday night with tho Rev. J. H. Mrs. Terry Maiuous were guests of Browning, and held services at tho Mr. and Mrs. Denis Walde Sunday Mrs. G. M. recently. Chicago, Aug. P. Despite efforts to Aug. P. The steamship Itoston, W. M. new church house Sunday. Mrs. Laura Halcomb spent Saturconciliate - Mock yards workers by North Star which left this port for Bond and Miss Sarah 1'onder wero day night willi Mm. Lucy Taylor of withdrawing ttie reserve tut II t In itnd Yarmouth, N. 8., with 2H5 passenger Wallaceton yet providing u guurd ngulust rewnp-tln- went aground on Green Island sis Wallaccton, Aug. 9. Mrs. H. Kidd iniietly married at the home of the South Fork. The Rev. G. W. Scale of nice rlutlug by mulntiilidug n mile off Yarmouth, according to 'ord has heen visiting her father and liride, August 1, the Rev. J. H. lilted his regular appointment at force of police und deputy sheriffs, received by olllciuls of tho eastern G. officiating. W. Rock Springs mother, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Browning Sunday. Lester mm a "white workers In the yard steamship lines here. Tho North Star Pelcre, of Solonia, Ky, the past Browning of this place made a Rowland left here for Cincinnati to walked out. struck on tho rocks, during a thick fog. trip to Richmond last Sat day. week. Roy Hotkin is still contlned uisiness Robert Wade came in WedThe llrst to quit work were 400 irk Iteports received here Indicate that no Mr. and Mrs. James Penn- - nesday from Lexington where ho to bis hod, but seems to be improvurday. cullers ut the (I. II. Hammond plant. one was hurt and that there was no ing. Mrs. Cale Otiinn and children ngton took dinner with Mattio has been in the hospital. Ho is get-liTiny reported for duty und found the confusion aboard. Preparations had Friday. Mrs. Syl- extra guurd of deputy sheriffs nnd po- been iiiuiIh to remove the passengers havo returned to their homo in ennington along very nicely. Miss Cas-cilice Mill In the yards. After punching If It became necessary. Courtland, Ind, after spending sev- vania Creech of near Lancaster Scale started for Korea Monday. Hit- - time clock they walked out ami Two bouts, several motor schooners, eral weeks with her brother Roy spent Sunday with her brother, J. L. I Earnestville went to Iho union heoibpiurters nt'Co-luuihl-a and all other avalluhle vessels wero Mr. aud Mrs. J. H. Hotkin. Miss Lucy Kidd is confined Pennington. People Harneslville, Aug. 11. hall to n watt developments. ordered out. 1 shS1 lire all busy threshing wheat and vH Sf'M These were followed by 300 In the A. I.lbby'H tin shop of Llhhy, McNeil the crops seem to be turning out exPOLES ENTER CITY OF MINSK plant. ceedingly well. i There was a pio cattle Two hundred und thirty-eigh- t supper at Moore's August 2. The Pllsudikl's Troops Hold Russ Town killers und 103 sheep killers ut tho proceeds, amounting to $13.70, went 200 Miles East of Old Prov. & Co. plant followed. Morris Ince of Poland. A for the bcnellt of the school. Out. 2,000 More Walk largo stir In the country over tho The walkout then spreud to tho Paris, Aug. P. Dispatches from oil well being drilled on Thomas Agiir, Independent anil Brennan plant", Warsaw-- carry the announcement by Two thouLyneh's farm near Travellers Rest, nil Independent concerns. tho nowspupers there that Polish ilme. h'Uhlro Nuldii, wife of the Returns to its before-the-wa- r Gabbard and wife who have bird secretary of tho Japanese legu-Io- sand men employed by these companies troops havo occupied the city of Minsk. Press out. walked high standard of quality been ill with typhoid fever for so Minsk Is some 200 miles east of tho Is pleasuntly conspicuous ut a Flvo hundred cuttle, hog ami sheep borders, of the old province long havo both deceased this life. lumber of Washington's largest soclul of Poland. & Co. wulked out of Wilson Preston died on Tuesday and was iffalrs, In nutlve costume. She Is con- killers olllciuls said that unless the It Is the capital of the old Itusslan Union buried Wednesday and his wifo was sidered one of the most charming police and donutv sheriff wero with province of Mlnsky. burled Thursday, leaving soven uiembeni of tho dlplomutlc set In full bf th writer. Th tim No eorrponrlf nre published un1M n evldrnc of iroo.1 faith. Wrlt plainly. It not for publication, but East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else lnt Rockford The 240 Acre Farm Live Stock. Farming Implements, Etc. r. Ut J. .rf- oe - i st Uover and W. ri. 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