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IDe-vote- dl The Citizen BRftEA, MADISCN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY 15, 1920. to tla,e Interests of ttie 3o3jnLtan. People Ono Dollar and Our Threefold Aim: To Glvo tlto news of Bcrca and vicinity; to record tho happenings of Bcrca Collcgo; to bo of Interest to all tho Mountain People Five Cents Per Copy Fifty Cents a Year No. 3. Crippled Children at Play THE AGRICULTURAL FAIR GERMANY OFFERS Worldjfews Madrid, July of Franco, widow of Napoleon III, died here this morning. Sho was In her nlncly-lirt- h year. Eu-ge- Agricultural fairs liavo been of great benefit In communities throughout tho country. Thcro Is no end to tho labor and discouragements on tho part of tho management usually as thoy plan for and conduct theso fairs, but they pay; perhaps not In dollars and cents, but In other ways thoy may bo mado very profitable. Wo note ono or two things. An agricultural fair stimulates and encouragos tho farmer! g. It is a worthy to better farming and better to grow tho best corn or wheat ambition to ho n prize-lake- r, or pumpkin, or calf, or pig In tho community. Not only doos it do the man good who gels tho prize, but bis neighbors put forth greater effort and all tho way along, tho wholo country-i'ld- o will bo benefitted. Then it Is good for Iho pcoplo to como together and visit In, this day In which each other and renow old acquaintances. wo live, thcro is too littlo timo given to social relations of this sort. Men aro enlarged in their natures as thoy enter Into each others lives. And, too, It helps to put a community on tho map to hold a successful fair. Folks from other neighborhoods will como and tnke notlco of what is being done. Thoy will want your seed corn and your strain of catllo and chickens. Then they liko your friendliness and hospitality, and will want to como como back and will tell their neighbors and friends what fine folks they met at your fair. Of course, somo things will not bo to your liking at your community fair; and somo will not bo helped by iU Its success depends on tho people of tho wholo community. Tho burden lies heaviest on tho management, but all must help. stook-ralsln- COUNTERPROPOSAL PEACEFUL 13 SETTLEMENT BY CONFERENCE AT SPA COUNCIL. Chancellor For the German Offended Warsaw, July 0. The foreign olllce today announced that tho Polish Government had forwarded a nolo to the confcrcnco In Spa, declaring that Poland is now, Just Apologized Fehrenbach as bororo and nlways, ready and Remarks of Herr Stlnnes, Coal Operator, That Had willing to mako a peace based upon the prlnciplo or the Allies. or nations. Pekin, July 0. Pckin U under martial law and troop movements havo disrupted tho railways. Marshal Tuean is maneuvering against the provincial forces south of Pekln. President Hsu Shih Chang rcfusos lo accede to Tumi's demands -- for dismissal of provincial leaders, and Tuan hcsilntes to rcmovo Iho president Tor rear of offending the rorccs, which constituto a third parly under Chang Bolln, who is at Tientsin. Man-cliuri- an Several hundred crippled kiddles are being taught at the St. Chnrles Home for Crippled Children nt Port Jefferson, New York, nnd how to become useful The picture shows crippled boys playing citizens1 In spite of their hnndlcaps. on tho carousel. U. S. News traveling salesman who Is furnished a car by his company to bo ued in his business, Judgo Fowler says. Is not a chauffeur, hut a man destroyed and Two stills wero who demonstrates cars is classed four men arrested by prohibition as a, chauffeur. officers In n raid in Letcher County several dnys ago. according to tho Retail coal dealers of the slate r port or Agent S. J. Cornell, which will moot in Iho Phoenix Hotel rear lied Chief Prohibition Agent Thursday nt 11:00 o'clock to orgaPaul William.". Monday. Tlio raids nize Iho Retail Coal Dealers' Asso-eialioccurred a short distance from Kolia. or Kentucky intended to promote in the produc12. Harvey Nicholasville. July tion ami transportation phases or I.tndsoy. night watchman at Ken- I he coal business, anil having no tucky Ditillerles and Warchotiso connection, it is slated, with tho Company al Union Mills discovered marketing end or tho business or milk cans, a num- with prices or coal. four ber of empty jugs and several feet of hose bidden in tho grass and Louisa. July 12. Deputy Sherifl shrubbery near the distillery. Mr. Kdwnrd Webb Ibis afternoon shot LimNay believes these articles were nd instantly killed Paul Wcllman, hidden by persons who Intended to of Callettsluirg, an nllcged bootbreak Into the warehouse. horo holes legger, after having been shot three in tho whisky barrels and extract times by Wcllman 'at Catalp. seven the liquor. miles from here. Kentucky News A Greenoastlc, Pa, July 11. Warning against premature recognition of the new Mexican government was given tho administration today by Henry P. Fletclier, formerly ambassador to Mexico. on Ion-gall- on ' and four men wero arrested, In b report mado today to Chier Agent Paul Williams. Ilolh stills wero or capacity and wero destroyed, along with ten 100 gallons of beer, fifty gallons of singlings, ten barrels of mash and live gallons of whisky at one still, and nino feniienlers, ono and B00 gallons of beer at another. Winchester. July 12. The firm or The raids wero conducted by W. Lawrcnco and son hero has Sheriff J. I). Tolliver. the contract for work on sixty cottages for tho Hosteller Southwestern Petroleum Company at Torrent. SENATOR HARDING'S ACCEPTANCE SPEECH to I leven men loft this morning On next Thursday Senator Harstart tho work. ding, the Republican nomlnco for Frankfort, July 13. In answer to President, will ho notified of his a query from Tom Spurrier, field nomination. At that timo he will man for the State Tax Commission, deliver an address. Believing that Assistant Attorney General W. T. this address will he, or equal imFowler holds that a ohauffeur Is portance with the Republican plat-rorTho Citizen has arranged to n man whose business in whole or part is that of operating a motor publish it, so that our readers may know just whore Senator Harding vehicle for pay. stands on tho issues o! tho" day. The Citizen belloves Ihat every MICKIE SAYS voter should ho an Intelligent voter, nnd urges all to study tho questions or tho day. on on rs. 230-gaIlfcr-men- ter m, Pineville, Juno II. Tho sale by the Banner Fork Coal Company of lis mines in Harlan County to Henry Ford, Detroit, negotiations for which have been pending for some lime past was closed Saturday by the cash payment of ono and ono-ba- lf million dollars. This properly, which consists of mino No. 1 and mine No. 2 on tho Banner Fork f'mipany. is on Wnll.ns Creek In Wallin seam and Ihe noted was the first development in this seam. Lexington. July 12. Two Illicit stills in Letcher County were raided rCOUECfN& SUBSCRIPTION M OOM fc TWIN fk(Vf OWING ANNAN VJOUSN 1 0T PMt.'H VAVC fMt GOOD ROADS AID APPEARANCE on Improved Farmstead Building Hlghwayi Found In Better Snap and Fencei Kept Up. Havo you ever compared tho farmstead on an Improved highway with ono on a dirt road? Why In the former are tlio buildings In so much hotter shape, tlio fence up and In a slate of repair, the fluids spick and spun, the homo grounds well kept and hedges trimmed, while In the latter the buildings are unpointed? Strange as It may seem, tho difference Is caused by tlio road. KINDS OF HIGHWAYS VARIOUS papcoW ' TUMU. ooin' us. - t AOUT tlCUD OOWH O. aOCHtPCL-- 1 Ltd. 4IT1 P.B9IDtN"f OHTVV Each Community Should Select Type That Can Be Built and Main, talned at Lowest Cost. There are various types of roads that last, and each commtiiilty should choose the tjpo that cun he hullt and mulntalned at the least expend. For some communities tt muy he travel, for others concrete, for others sand-cln- y roads. Hut lu every community there should bo good roads every duy lu the year. Washington, July 9. Forecasts or heavy harvests or tho country's principal rami crop3 marked the July report or tho Department or Columbus, 0., July 7. Although Agriculture today. Tho (ProspecJames Middleton Cox has been hailed tive yield in most Instances is Iargor governor or Ohio, as a three-tim- o than the average production Tor tho llgurcs show that in each instance live years 1911-1- 8. ho was elected by a fluke. In 1012 was elected because tho RepubWashinglon, July 12. The State be lican party was divided, tho ProDepartment will lake no action in gressives also having a ticket In regard to the reported refusal of tho field. Great Hritain to return tho KenIn 1911 Frank L. Willis defeated tucky (lag. captured by tho .British at tho batllo of tho River Raisin, Cox' by 30JW0. The Republican 'until ofllcial advices aro rcocived parly again was split that year, James R. Garfield being the from London, it was announced ' for governor. In 1910 Cox was elected by a Dayton, O, July 8. Conspicuous plurality or 0,010, while Wilson among tho communications which carried the stato by moro than poured in today for Governor James 89,000. M. Cox, tho Democratic nomlnco, In 1918, when Cox was elected was a telegram from Richmond P. by 11,911 votes, Hamiltoif County Hohson, urging that ho mako clear gave him a plurality of 16,003, for at once his attitude on tho prohibi- which it is asserted, Cox must al(hank tho German-Americtion enforcement law. liance wards of Cincinnati. Washington, July 9. Tho United States "is, nt tho present timo, Criticizes Unsightly Billboards. passing through tho most serious "Citizens of New Orleans should orcoal shortago in history, and un- ganize In a body, If necessary, nnd less drastio measures aro taken and tear down these offensive bllboards enforced to improve tho situation, arrayed on tho streets of tho city," n much more serious condition, duo declared Mrs. Annette McCrne of De to an insufllcicnt fuel supply, may Pere, Wis., first woman landscape, architect In the United States, In an follow." nddiess at Gibson hall, Tulane university, recently, according to the Marlon, 0, July 8. Assurances New Orleans "They that tho Republican ticket would aro not only a public nuisance and worthless," sho said, "but they carry have tho united support of progressive leaders prominent in tho 1912 no real weight from an advertising campaign wero given to Senator viewpoint." Her address was before tho New Orleans Garden society. Harding, the Republican Presidential nominee, today by Walter F. Hrown of Toledo, prominent Ohio KEEP DAIRY COWS SANITARY progressive. In a conrcrenco or nearly an hour tho Senator and Mr. Appearance of Animal Is Accurate Measure of Owner Customers Hrown discussed plans far tho camShould Be Safeguarded. paign and especially tho part tho progressives would tako in it. Pride should compel every dairy, man to maintain his cows In an and sanitary condition every Niagara Falls, N. V July day In the year. In a way the apG. Stephens, or nristol, Kng., pearance of the cow Is an accurate was killed today when ho went over measure of the owner. In the same the Horseshoo Falls in a barrel. degree that neglected fences, overbuildThe ca9k in which ho mado the trip, run fence rows, tumble-dowthough built or stout Russian oak ings and abandoned machinery typify fanner, staves and bound with steel hoop?, the careless which are dirty lndlcutt was smashed liko an eggshell on dairy cof the milk farmer who does not safetho Jagged rocks at tho base or tho guard bis customers. cataract. Pieces or tho barrel wero picked up near tho bank- - on tho Boy Dies to Save Toyl Lancaster, O. Oeorgo Ileckort, 11 Canadian side, but Stephen's body had not been recovered. River men years old, gave his life beneath tho say it may not como to tho surraco wheels of nn automobile at noon hero lu a vuln attempt to save his littlo Tor a week or ten days. red wagon from being destroyed. Mrs. John Hamilton, who drove tho cur, Is atWashington, July II. Democratlo said to have lost control whenonbho Sixth tempted to pass another car politicians aro beginning to roar avenue. Mrs. Hamilton's baby was that Governor Cox, of Ohio, Is going thrown through the windshield and to talk away whatever ohances ho suffered serious cuts. may havo for victory in Novemhor nnd nro casting envious eyes on tho Three Killed By Interurban Car. "rront-porcenmpaign Idea or tho Jackson, Mich. Three persons, two men and one woman, were killed alRepublicans. Two recent declarations or tho most Instantly here when the automo-btl- o In which they wero riding was Democratlo candidate, both apparby a Hallway Interently perfectly harmless in them- struck car fiveMlrhlgunwest of miles urban this city. selves, already havo stirred tip The party was on the way to attend mineaturo tempests that aro mak- a funeral. It Is behoved that the cur ing Democratlo politicians fearful stalled at the crossing and the Interof what Is to como. urban hit It beforo the occupants realTho first Is a statement mado by ized their danger. an TImes-lMcayunarles n ne'er-do-weh" Governor Cox in an incrvlcw in a' New York newspaper, in whioli he said tho bitterness of the Irish was not "a bitterness against the Democratlo parly, hut directed against the President." The second was a speech made beforo the members or his Dayton GoirV.Iub. in which he said that if elected, ho would favor a national daylight-savin- g law, so that thero mlglil be more tlmo for golf. Western Newspaper Union News Service. 8ki, Belgium. The conference between the allies and Germans ran more smoothly after Chancellor had apologized for tho remark!) of Herr Stlnnes, fiennnn coal operator, that had offended the allies. Dr. Fehrenbach said If bu had known Herr Stlnnes Intended to talk In such a tone he would not have accepted him as one of the experts. Premier Alexandre Mlllemnd, answering the German Chancellor, made n most conciliatory reply. The Germans surprised nnd pleased the nllles by announcing they soon would submit a plan for reparations. Premier Miller-an- d at the outset said: "No ono who visited Northern France would say that French mines were ruined solely through military necessity." Turning then to Dr. Simons, he added: "Had you been speaking, you would not have made an accusation against tho troops of France." Premier Mlllerund explained that the allies had no Intention of nsklng to ho served with coal before Gorman requirements were satisfied. "The allies Intend to treat Germany liberally, and If Germany can prove that modifications nro necessary experts will bring proposnls before the conference," continued the Premier. "The nllles have no thought of chastising Germany. They think Germany Is a necessary and useful member of the European family, and they are determined to help her toward recovery, provided that Germany Is equally tiiger to execute her treaty obligations. The Spa conference proves that the allies desire peace nnd not Lima, Peru, July 13. A revolution has broken out in Bolivia, according lo dispatches received lato today from La Paz. Tho government headed by President Joso Gutierrez Geurra, has been overthrown and tho president and members or his cabinet havo been mado prisoners. Bautista Savcdra has assumed power, being supporlcd by tho army and is said to havo appointed Joso Carrasco, rormcr Bolivian minister to Brazil as chancellor. Tokyo, Juno 18. "Tho action of some peoplo in Calirornla threatens to strain tho relations between Japan and tho United States to a orilical point. Japan has borno patiently a long series of attacks on the legal rights or the 60,000 Japanese in that slate, but Iho limit or endurance has been very near reached. I havo not tho slightest Tear of, racing tho danger or a breach of diplomatic relations between tho , two countries, hut I do fear that if tho proposed legislation to bo submitted to popular referendum in" California next November goes through, thero will bo implanted in tho Japancso mind a rankling senso of wrong inflicted by America that timo will not efface." So spoko Viscount Kcntaro friction." In conclusion M. Mlllernnd expressed hope that the present German Government would remain In power. "Tills Is a solemn conference, when such If ' After declaring that arrangements made for supplying materials for the devastated regions, the German Foreign Minister continued: "This system can he worked out solely with the of the nllles; therefore, I propose that a commission be appointed to study the best method for such Germany really desires to carry out her obligations so far as- she can and pave tho way for allaying the passions raised by tlio war." had been - words can be exchanged," said Dr. Simons In reply. "I am Rind they have been spoken by M. Mlllerund, I thank him for his hope that the Government may remain In power, hut I think It may not remain long, owing to the obligations undertaken. Tho Government, however, will not shrink from carrying them out." New York, July 8. Lionel II. In explaining his triple plan of rerepresentative in Australia or parations. Dr. Simons declared: "No settlement that can be made to yield the Guaranty Trust Co., of New results to the allies In the near future York, writes as follows about present conditions in tho Commoncan bo made without detailed dlscu slon of the German position." wealth: The plan contains three features: "The drough still continues over 1. Definite annuities. the greater part of Australia. For 2. A definite total. many months past in all parts, tho 3. An arrangement whereby Geror lopping trees, shrub3, many's creditors would participate In expedience Improvement of Germany's prosperity. etc., as rood ror tho sheep and cat"Under the treaty," asserted Dr. Si- tle in placo or grass has been remons, "Germany must pay In money or sorted to, and now even that subIn kind. I believe that at first It will stitute is giving out." be necessary to pay In kind. Geniinti.v I prepared for the allies' demand for Spa. July 12. Tho Allies served real guarantees for any arrangement that Is compatible with Germany." nn ultimatum on. tho German deleLc-ma- ire, gation to tho conrcrenco hero lato this aUernoon that tho Germans must agree by 3:00 o'olock tomorrow arternoon to deliver tho Allies 2,000.000 tons of coal monthly. Otherwise, the Germans wero Informed, tho Allies will tako measures to enforce tho terms of tho Versailles treaty. Berlin, July 11. It would seem In his modest Dutch reJtccps up a establishment. At any rnle, ho requires for "ordinary daily uso" exactly 1,000 silver plates. This Tact was brought to light yesterday at a silling or tho Legal of tho Prussian Parliament for tho discussion or tho proposed law to regulalo IJohonzollern property ns between tho Stato and tho former ruling house. -- Greeks and Italians Crash. Constantinople. Greek and Italian troops have dashed at NazlllI, 25 miles northeast of Aldlu, In the Italian zone. The Greeks claimed tho right to enter the Italian zone In pursuit of Turkish that even treat Iho bln Nationalists organizing attacks there against the Greeks. Tho Italians claimed that they wero pollclug the district and declared that they were not willing to permit tlio Greeks to Intervene. Third Party May Profit Washington. Third party leaders may llnd a fertile field for their efforts In tho ranks of tho National Federation of Federal Kmployes, un announcement from the headquarters of the organization on the mutters to bo considered by Its Kxocutivo Council Indicates. Tho detailed report of the Federation's Legislation Committee, which will bo pluced before the Executive Oouncllcll contains a utroug criticism of both the lUvublleiu and Democratic records on lejcUlatlon uf. fee ting tho Government workvrs. Com-mitt- eo Buenos, Aires, July 8. In consc-rpienor Iho recent Introduction or a prohibition hill in tho Chamber or Deputies and tho nnnounoement that iho Administration would not support it, tho question or prohl- billon has como to tlio forefront as n subject of disousslon hero. Tho newspnpors aro filled with editorials and articles on tho subject and wino growers are Iho Mendoza issuing protests and organizing a Junket of Deputies to tlio wine growing district to show tlio 'Importance of the industry. co , Pngo Two THE CITIZEN July 15, 1030. Rice Terraces Are World's Masterpieces Berea College Alumni Association (Thl tpace belongi to the Alumni Association of lierea College. Articles. news Items and personal letter frcm graduates will he published In full or Ip abstract every week. The Alumni Kdltor, Seer. M. K, Vaughn, Berea Col lege, uerea, ivy., win ie pleased to receive any communication ot Intercs' from members of the Association.) GOV.-GENER- AL OF PHILIPPINES manhood nnd womanhood, that our FOR FREEDOM example may bo an inspiration to those- students who aro yet to form their Ideals. With this purpose. we must be loyal to our organiza Declares It Not Right That Free1,000 municipalities and forty-twtion, loyal to ono anothor nnd dom Should Longer Be provinces, economically, efficiently and loyal to tho memory of thoso whoso for the good of the entire people. The Withheld. lives havo been dovotcd to tho have a native congress, Including many upbuilding of tho spirit of world graduates of Yule, Princeton, Harvard By FRANCIS BURTON HARRISON, servico. and other American universities. Oth. I.otta M. Osborne. Qovernor.QenerJl of the PhlllDolnea. cr memlrcrs aro graduates of Santo To. mas and other Philippine universities. (First Article.) . and In education and ability they com. Wyandotte, Mich. pnro favorably with any I know. My six years' ex July 7, 1020. They hnvo leaders llko Speaker Ot- porlence ns menn of the llouso of Ileprcscntntlvee Secretary M. E. Vaughn, or-general of and President Quezon of the Senate Itorea College, Berea, Ky. the Philippine) who would adorn any office. My Dear Marshall: have Tho Philippines are away me that tho the United States In successful ahead of Waldo Davison tells mo that a govern Filipino people are ment ownership and operation list of Berea graduates is being of pubready and tit to lic utilities. published in The Citizen each wcok, havo their IndeThe government took hold of the and ho suggested my sondlng you pendence. I have steam railways and made them nay a a record of my doings sinco leav recommended t o profit of 1,000,000 pesos a year more ing school, as well as my proscnt Congress, as well than under prlvato ownership. whereabouts. I supposo you would as to the executive It took hold of tha highways, and a d m I n I atratlon, we havo 7,000 miles of the like this as nearly complete as pos- best mac siblo and that is tho way I am giv- - Gov. Qen. Harrison ,h,t ln,lclcl"l'" adamlzcd roads In tho world. The ing it, but you will uso your own Manila city government Is about to , ., CLASS OF 1905 " tnke over tho street railways and the The movement to mako tho judgment as to how you want lo ".". " gas and electric plants, Association of Bcrca Co- l- publish it, and It may bo this Is'erlcan people upon my responsibility ritorial government Is while the terarranging for Thls is a photograph of the Ifugao Igorrot rice terraces, which are anion, A,lumni stronger not necessary in caso you havo iV as the govemopgcneral that In mr forco than over be ownership and control of the coal sup- the most remarkable of their kind in the world. They aro one of the manj le& a. fore is ond which should receive already, but at any rale, it will do opinion there exists today In the Phil-n- o piy. marvelous sights for the tourist to see In the Philippine Islands and are to bil Ipplne Islands a liable government, harm. the hearty support and coonera The movement for Independence Is found In the Ifugao district of the Mountain province. Northern Luzon. 1 ,h,nk nou,(1 nswer the re-- a peaceful one. No territory was more I graduated with tho Class of 19M w , lion of every member of tho Associa The height of these terraces, which are held up by stone walls, Is from "own rnnamu loyal to Uncle Sam during the war. It te IS feet, averaging 8 feet high, it is estimated there are 1,11 miles a lion. Tho spirit of tho founders and In tho August following ac-7- C T.'h McKlnley, eight-foo- t offered an armed and equipped division stone walls In the Ifugao terraces, which Is approximately hal of tho Institution mjist bo carried cepted a position in tho Detroit itBnd Rootname5i all(0 ,,y M lu the distance around the world. V M. C. A. as Assistant Director government elected hr h .iirrmr. nf to our government, gave It a submaon by its graduates or their work rine oujtis nlonj These terraces are skillfully Irrigated by water bro- nf Education, where I remained to the people, which Is supported by the erty destroyer and oversubscribed Lib. will havo been vain. loans and Red Cross funds. the precipitous mountain tides over long dlFtnncee The aftermath of tho war Is upon me end of ioto in January, 1917. 'Ppie, which is capable of maintain Two million natives speak English Ing order and of fulfllllng Us Interna i went to loungsiown, unlo, as us, and there Is dancer that tho fluently, nnd there are 700,000 English Director of Education in tho Y. M. Uonal obligations. speaking children In the public schools. General College News MODELED ON HUMAN FRAME spirit'of servico and I am rery glad to go on record as beI am more than willing to retire If which mado Bcrca possiblo and C. A. there, and in August, 1917, I ing entirely In sympathy with the asthe Filipinos ran he granted REESE BOWERS which later mado possiblo tho vic- accepted a position with tho J. B. pirations of the Filipino nation for In- deserve a government like what they Efficiency Experts Have Taken That that of the One of tho pretty Juno weddings, tories of Chateau Thierry and the Ford Company, Wyandotte, Mich- - dependence. as Copy for the Rule They United States. I hare recommended to Congress Argonne, will bo lost in tho strugglo a Assistant Manager of tho Cleaner . Advocate. was solemnized at tho homo of Mr. anil readjustment of material things. and Cleanser Department, which po- - that In granting- Independence some A MISREPRESENTED and Mrs. V. B. Bowers, Elk Park, RACE. provision he made similar to what Is N. C, Juno 30, when Miss Virginia The human frame Is 100 per cent It is for us both as an organization! sition I am holding at tho present i My wife, who was Mario . TTl nil?,no pwpl! LBro. mocn "wTn 1i and as individuals to help to keep. 1 n"0?J"Lt0 Bowers and Aimer W. neeso rare, ine " represent puD" - ,lciltlon of rc,Ures of irequeni Uln- -alivo this spirit, this ideal of ser Stegncr, also graauaied in Iho v,,' , ,, united In marriage. republic In borrowfore the American Society of Indus-t problems of peaco, after Class of 1914. (Wo wcro married' ..Ufc Tho bride was given in marriage Engineers In Philadelphia, says vice. The u..fcu fcUTcrumcuia una aiso dnnao aioros and Igorotes has caused perrons ue united Mates to interfere a Krent many Americans to believe by her father, V. B. Bowers, a the New York Evening Sun. Some of all, will not bo solved by revolu- July 4, 1914). I am very glad to hear through with the affaire of the new republic In I they are typical of the Inhabitants of prominent attorney of Avery County, tho laity have been suspecting that tion, legislation and organization case conditions of disorder should be t the Philippines. Such Is far from the Mrs. L. Tandy Pann was matron for years, but the promoters of new so much as by individuals who aro Mr. Davison that there is an effort ! methods of top speed plant produc-- led by the steady light of service on foot to bring tho alumni and tho touna to prevail, aucn recommenaa- - I case, however. Of 11,000.000 Inhab-tlo- n of honor: and Misses Jessio Bowers does not come as an expression of Hants of the Islands, 10,500,000 are a. It and Minnie Ryan bridesmaids. tlon are so sure of it now that they and of sacrifice instead of tho will Collego into closer contact. are modeling organization plans with o' tho wisp of temporal success and would seem as though mutual good the views of the Filipinos; It Is my Christian, civilized neonle with a ml. The groom was attended by John physicians as their advisers. own view of what would be desirable i should be accomplished along these to secure a feeling of confidence and ture and refinement that will compare material gain. Ryan. very favorably with that of other na- Most of the layouts prepared for sattafactlon on the part of all persons tlons. 'liio tailpino women are excepWhat part Bcrca will play In this lines. After the ceremony tho bridal the Industrial organizations look forparty repaired to tho beautifully midable to the average man. What readjustment depends upon tho With best wishes for tho con- who have already Invested money In tionally modest. A street flirtation In the Philippines or who contemplate do- Manila, so fur ns a Filipino woman Is decorated dining room, where de- with their pendant brackets and con- faithfulness with which we as mem tinued success of tho school, and ing so In the near future. concerned, Is somethlns that la almost necting curves the structure of a thou bers of tho Alumni , followibese with kindest personal regards for licious punch was served. Tho Ilut It Is not right that Independence unknown, as any American that has .i .i 1 ii i yourself, I remain bride rcoeived many handsome sand man plants gives pa uso even to idem?, i.vi us rcsoivo mat, uio Itself should longer be delayed Visited Manila will tho modern executive. Sincerely yours name of Berea Alumni shall stand presents. It Is shown that ,the schemes for ideal citizenship, for ideal j B. Robinson. Carter Both the bride and groom are which well-knoin Berea, having been all as have worked the best are after race, for they JAP WOMEN WITHOUT RIGHTS old as the human students here for a number of years are simply arrangements such as may and wero highly esteemed. be seen In every man's makeup. Many Restrictions to Be Removed Be- After a brief wedding tour they The brain, for Instance, as explained fore There Can Be Thought will make their home at James- by C E. Knoeppel, who lias the chair of Suffrage. town, Ky. manageunt nt New York of factory university. In his address to his fellow Perhaps It Is n little premature for New York Styles America Monro Clothe New York" Industrial experts. Is the same as the Japanese women to think of suffrage Warlock. Warlock Is an archaic word, that Is, executive head or the director of a when they nre actually prevented from It belongs to or has the characteristic plant or corporation. The Ave senses even passively listening to political of a former period, and Is no longer In which keep mankind In his bearings speeches. It Is curious to note In this common use. It means a male witch, correspond to the control of the fac connection that not a single voice has r wizard, a sorcerer. It is derived tory, that Is to superintendents and yet been raised against the legal disfrom two ancient Saxon words: wner, foremen. ability of married women and also The medulla oblongata corresponds against the Injustice or at least (c a compact, and leogan, a lie, that Is a to labor, and the small brain or cere unfairness to dnughters of the Japa' compact with falseness, with evil. Although an archaic word, it is used by bellum which looks after the auto nese lnw of succession. According to Jnpnnese law married the famous novelist, Itobert Louis matic functions of the body and keeps Stevenson, and will be found, for In- the arms and legs and trunk active. women form a class of incapacitated persons, tho other Classen under the stance, In the short story, "The Isle Is translated In terms of production. of Voices," which forms part of the The relations of the chart for the man- same category being (1) minors, (2) InIsland Nights Entertainments. In the ufactory and those of the perfectly competent persons (lunatics), nnd (3) persons (persons of fantastic1 story of "The Isle of Voices," Interacting machinery of the heart and the old sorcerer Is called a warlock, a brain and muscles ore regarded as weak Intellect, deaf, dumb or blind persons nnd spendthrifts). word that although out of common use, virtually the same. seems to suit the makeup of the char, Mnrried women must obtain the per of 1h ",nrv mission of their husbands In order (a) to receive or Invest capital; (h) to contract loans or to become tmrety; (c) to do ncrs having for their object the acquisition or lass of rights In In movnble or Important movable prop erty; (d) to make gifts, compromises or arbitration agreements; (e) to accept or waive successions; (f) to accept or refuse gtftH or legucles, or (g) to make contracts putting them selves under any personal restrulnt; and any such acts done without the requisite permission may bo canceled iHjrvMalalassessessessessH by the authors themselres or their BBIBBIBBIBSSBBIBBIBBSK BBlBaBBlBBlBBlBBieiBU vaKT fc "AtK. - XxSBBVSXxSBBBBBBBBBBBBBTl '9 SK.. BesBesBesBeslBBesBesBsBB ImBBsbh husbands. Japan Chronicle. YOU REMEMBER 00 wiicn an hutomobllo on tho slrcels of Uerea was a curiosity? When tho Pig Roast was nn an nual event? When tho girls with thoir pitch' ors formed a procession from Ladled Hall to Sclcnco Hall lo got wator at the pump? When the AJC.-P.Debates were more, exciting than a Republican or Dcmocratlo convention? When thoso who ventured forth on tho streets after dark wero like ly to stumble over a cow or n pig? When tho girls in Ladies Hall had lo havo their lamps filled with oil on Saturday or go in darkness through tho week? When tho Co-walk to tho Tabernacle was built? When Prof. Mason's Geology ex cursions wcro events to bo looked forward to with pleastiro? Lolta M. Osborne, 1905 D. ed Ily femncramcnf, Tj experience, bjt financial ability, In every way, th? 11,000,000 Filipinos are entitled to be free from every government except of their own choice. They are latelli-geenough to decide for themselves. I have found the native Flllplne of. flclal to be honest, oirtclent and as pable of administering executive post, tlons as any men I have met anywhere In the world. These official are today governing nt o govern- d " uc. 7 I . self-sacrifl- co - were!"1; !..d'cT "fl"" " Zl 11 seral-nake- 1 ter MANILA CARNIVAL BIG ATTRACTION OF FAR EAST tejEBK 1 MHHH - if if 5? i- & This Is the season of the year when the Philippines become the playground for the eutlre orient. It Is carnival season In Manila. In 10O8 tho first Philippine carnival was held on historic Wallace Field In Manila In February, when the climate of the Islands Is at Its best, und eucb succeeding year there has been a larger and more elaborate celebration. The 1020, or Victory Carnival, will be the greatest event of Its sort ever held anywhere In the Far East There are commercial and government exhibits In connection with Uie carnival, and on no other occasion Is It possible to gutn at once such a comprehensive Idea of the production and Thrift Will Build Home. nns been stuted on fulrly rellublo authority that only 10 per cent of those who really want homes ore In financial position to buy them. Tho possession of a home looks a long way off to the other 1)0 per cnt of home-leAmerlcuns. The Initial paymeut looms large on the Immediate horizon. It has not yet been made sufllclentiy clear to the nverngo citizen that tho quickest way to start building open, development of resources of the archipelago as that which Is offered the tlons Is through the exercise of thrift It has been well said that purposeful visitor at the carnival city. In the evenings the carnival becomes saving and purposeful spending go the center of Philippine and oriental hand In hand. Thrift does not necessocial activity. A huge open air audi- sarily mean doing without, but It Is torium serves for the elaborate nightly tho result of proper Investment balls, and on Its mammoth floor thou- Thrift enters largely Into the manage sands of couples swing together to the ment of the household, and is only strains of music furnished by the fa- another word covering household ecomous Constabulary and other military nomics, which In Its turn meon the bands. Probably at no other place In wise mauugement of househo i afthe world will one see an equally Im- fairs. Create und foster an ea.uent deire to own a home, encourage thrift pressive cosmopolitan spectacle. The Manila visitor who can plan his In managing household affairs, savo trip to arrive at the Pearl of the Orient for the Initial payment, nnd the lungfor carnival time may well deem him- ing for a home which stirs tbw heart today will be gratified tomorrow. self fortunate. ci I- - , It It si xMonroe CIothesEnhance Vi&orVim and Verve of vision, foresight, initiative "Get There" these are the type of men who wear Monroe Clothes. They wear them because they enhance personal qualities because, through their clean-linestyle, they impart to the figure tone, charm, force and character. They are the outward badge MEN d of internal vigor. Just take In New York, for example. been bought more than any other make. You want Monroe Clothes because they best bring out your personality. You want Monroe Clothes because they are New York's Style leader. And you can get them here at lzs than current prices! ly In that city of might, Vastness and driving force, Monroe Clothes have WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE Brea, Kentucky Li July 15, 1920. THE CITIZEN Pago Three Be rca College Summer School Second Half Term, July 16 to August 19 MBODY KM iioi;woiniY hall 8YN0PSI8. Naullljr, rtanca, hla fact disfigured beyond racornltlon, an American soldier arvlnt In the French army attraeta attention by hl drapondeney. Aaked by the eurifona for a photograph to ulde them In rriaklnc over hla face, he oftera In derfalon a picture of the Savior, bid-dithm take that aa a model. They do M, maalnc a remarkable llkeneaa 7 Dorca Collcgo has established a Summer School to meet a distinct and growing need In tho Southern Mountains. It gives a program of courses for teachers of high schools and graded schools, returning soldiers and sailors, students who wish to get collcgo entrance credits or credits toward college degrees, and others seeking general information. Tho work Is arranged to accommodalo those who wish to como for either a half or a whole term. Each half term is ilvo weeks, and since tho first half Is well started, students desiring to mako somo credit and do five weeks of specializing should enter tho second half term, which begins July ICth. Courses for College Credit Courses for College Entrance Courses for High School Teachers Courses for Elementary Teachers Foundation School work for thoe over fifteen years of ace who have not finished the grades. CIlArTKR I.-- In a base hospital at dp t ClfAPTEIl II Invalided home, on the boat he meets Martin Harmon, New fork broker, who la attracted by hli remarkable feature glvee hla The name aa "Henry Milliard," and hla home aa 6yracuae, New York. He left there under a cloud, and la embittered aralnat hla formar fallow townsmen. Harmon makea him a propoaltlon to aall mining In Byracune, concealing hla Idenatocka tity. He accepu It, eeeln In It a chance to aiake rood and prove he haa been CHA1TEII Itl.-- In Ryracuie "Milliard" (In reality Itlchard Morgan) la accepted aa a atranger He vlalta James Cullen. a former employer, relating a atory of the death of Itlchard Morgan, and la at the regret ahown by Cullen and hla youthful daughter Angela. While at the Cullen home Carol Durant, Morgan'a former fiancee, makea a call. CHAPTER IV -J- lllllard repeata to Carol hla atory of Morgan'a death and la deeply moved by the evidence of her deep feeling for the euppoaed dead man. He however, to continue the deception. CltAITER ext day Milliard gain-er- e from Angela that Carol had alwaya loved Dick Morgan, and while delivering to her a letter auppoaedly from her former fiancee realliea that hla affection la unchanged. Hla welcome by Doctor Durant. Carol'a father, alao ehakea hla resolution to continue the deception, but be conquers It. eur-pris- "Why, tho sooner the quicker," laughed Milliard. "What's It nboutr Waring coughed. "Huslness." The time to talk about business Is all the time Isn't Waring hesitated nnd finally stepped Into the shelter of n doorway, drawing Milliard with him. "I don't supposo It'll seem like a very Important thing to you," he said, rather nwkwardly, "but It's Important enough to me, Mr. Milliard, to be worth taking time over to be perfectly frank with you, 1'vo got five hundred dollars I want to put tn some speculation. Mr. Cullen guvc mo some pointers, nnd now I'm Interested In your copper mine. Only and this Is where the hitch comes In I've sort of got Into the swing of the law, you know, nnd that makes men well, what you might call Judgmntlcnl. You get so you want to look at everything from all four sides. And I thought mnybo because of the tho attending circumstances you'd be kind enough to explain tho whole thing to me. Would you?" Hltllnrd. who didn't know whether to be touched or amused, compromised by nodding gravely. "There's one thing I'll have to tell you, though," he said; "I don't ndvlso any one to gamble In copper mines, or anything ele. Waring, unless that person could netually afford to lose his whole Investment, nnd not be hurt. And In this particular ense, since I happen to control the situation, I won't permit It- - Docs thnt hit you, or doesn't Courses for the Farm Boy and Girl gathering.) (The second half of the Summer Term falls between the "laying ry" of the crops and fall Itr Subjects from which to elect courses: Agriculture, Arithmetic, Biology, Chemistry, Commerce, Drawing, Education, English, French, Games, Geography, German, History, Home Science, Latin, Mathematics, Music, Physics, Psychology, Stenography, Weaving. Courses leading to Teachers Certificates: Normal School Elementary Certificate Normal School Intermediate Certificate Special High School Certificate SPECIAL FEATURES A number of scientific and popular lectures, musical events, and motion picture, entertainments will bo given frco of charge-Ther- e will also bo excursions to nearby points of historical and scenic interest All the resources of the cntiro Institution will high-clas- d bo at tho disposal of tho Summer School. EXPENSES ' Incidental Feo Room Kent Table Board, women Total for Women Tablo Board, men !So Five Weeks 8 750 5.00 1250 $25.00 13.75 $20.75 Total for Men rebates are allowed to students who withdraw before the close of the period .for which payment has been made. A deposit of four dollars ($4.00) is required of all students upon entrance. Tills is refunded when the student leaves, provided library books, keys, etc., are returned in good order. Special Fees Fivo Weeks $250 Business Courses 1.25 Cabinet Organ, two 20 minulo lessons per week Voice, Piano, or Violin, two 20 minute lessons per 0.75 week ' 1.25 (Use of Piano, one hour per day 50 Uso of Organ, one hour per day Use of Music Library 50 150 Class Work in Harmony 11 For bulletin givinf complete announcement of courses and expenses, write to Syracuse Hllllard la looked upon aa a capitalist and mining Xpert, and In that capacity. In pursuance of hie object. Interests Cullen In the possibility of wealth In raining properties. The Cullena and Hllllard go to the Durant borne for dinner. VT.-- CHAPTER In CHAPTER VII. Observations at tne Durante' convince Hllllard that the doctor and hie daughter had alwaya been hla true frlenda, and hla love for Carol becomes atrongtr. He realliea he haa a rival In Jack Armstrong, also very much In love with Carol, and the two men tacitly agree to fight It out fairly. dan-gero- The young mnn's mouth opened In He had been priming amazement. himself to bo n clever Investigator, and to pick yawning Haws In Milliard's underwriting, and here his thunder was stolen before he had had n chance to stake the aegis of his cleverness. "Why It Isn't n gamble. Is It? I understood Mr. Cullen "It's safer to figure It ns n gamble. Waring. It's safe to figure all these things that way. Of course, we think It's a wonderful prospect, nnd a prao itr said" M ARSHALLE. VAUGHN, Secy., At the Inst words the amateur detective had brightened. "I can't come now very well. But maybe I could run up this evening. If that's all right for you." "That'll bo Just as good. Eight o'clock? Fine." lie held out his hand. Waring took It limply. "I'm afraid I'm causing you a lot of bother," he said, "but It's a pretty big tiling for me. I hope you don't I think It's anything personal mean my not Just taking It for grannow. Berea, Ky. CHAPTER IX. From the) marbled dignity of the Trust nnd Deposit company, where he had bought n Now York draft for fifteen thousand dollars, nnd smaller one for ten and seven, Hllllard emerged presently to South Warren street, nnd stood there on the sidewalk for a moment, numbed by the first galvanizing consciousness of success. He had come bnck resolved to win. In his second trial, the position he had failed to approximate In bis first; he bad set himself a commercial standard, and, gauged by It. he was advancing rapidly, for today's trio of subscriptions, added to Mr. Cullen's check of yesterday (nnd Mr. Oillen hnd acted as though ho had gained a personal victory In persuading Million! to accept It), made up a glittering total, a stupendous total; and nlrendy Milliard's earned commissions formed a sum to gloat about Despised as a salesman, he had sold to four Impartial buslne men the commodity hardest In all the world to sell. Scorned for his behavior, ha hnd mnde his sales on the bnsls of a character which hadn't been questioned since the day of his nrrlvnl. Mis mind and his muscles demanded action; to relieve the pressure of his spirits, ho set off Tlgorously, swinging exultant. On Impulse, he crossed the street for the purpose of patronizing n florist's, where, Ignoring the conventional measure of the even dozen, he ordered a prodigal urmful of American Benu-tie- s for Carol Durant. This done, and feeling very rich and Independent, he rounded the rlghthand comer, nnd got himself greeted by two citizens of standing and Importanco who, In hailing him, displayed a deference not ordinarily granted to the average resident of Mllllurd's age. Would Milliard condescend to speak at the next meeting nnd dinner of the Chamber of Commerce on France In wnrtlme? Mil. Hard would. And this Indication of status fired him afresh. his new-woenough, Logically his swirling trail thoughts followed n which led him straight to Carol; and for the thousandth time ho tried to Bet a future date, depending on the outcome of his mission here, at which ho could confess, and ask forgiveness for his mummery, and simultaneously ask credit for his regeneration. At this juncture, he was aware that pome ono had arrested him. It was Angela's youthful suitor. "Oh hello, Waring I" said Hllllard cheerfully. "Mow's crime?" The student of law flushed at the lively salutation, which appealed to him as a reflection upon the majesty of the bar. Also, his sense of humor wns temporarily atrophied. "We don't handle criminal cases," he responded shortly. "Say, when can you and I have a conference together, Mr. Hllllardr n well-worn ... ... ted" Ill "Not at all. Iloslness Is business. expect yoa at eight, then." Hllnnd went llard nodded on north. A quaint Intuition overcame him, nnd he glanced back over his shoulder. Fifty yards away the was also glancing over his shoulder, and Wnrtng, having less of and Jerked his head to the front; Hllllard chucklod and continued hla stroll. He entered the Hotel Onondaga from the east and headed ncross toOut of a red ward tho news-stannnd gold chair In the spacious lobby a gentleman rose to meet him a gentleman who In uppenrunco wn a very fair replica of the Wnlllngford, except that he was somowhat more refined and less obese. Ills animation was obvious, but ho delayed to remove both his gray suede gloves before he offered to shake hands with Hllllard. "Weill" said Martin Harmon, "you're looking great I Must agree with you up here, what? Didn't expect me, did you?" "Nol" Hllllard's expression was a study; he had dealt so long with Harmon at a distance that bo bad almost forgotten what the broker looked like. "Why didn't you wire mo you were coming?" "Didn't know It myself until pretty spur of the moment near traln-ttmWell, got any business yet?" Involuntarily, Hllllard smiled, and the smile spread wonderfully, until Harmon caught tho contagion of it and beamed more royally than ever. "The man you called the 'decoy duck' remember when you wroto that to mo? well, he quacked yesterday." Harmon put his hand on Hllllard's shoulder; It was an accolade. "Really? How much?" "Thirty." For the life of hlra Hllllard couldn't resist a slight forward thrust of his chest Mr. Harmon's eyes glased for an Inblushed well-know- n e than the adventurer, I've fust come from flie bank." "Great work, son!" Mr. Harmon breathed rapturously. "Thnt puts us pretty nenrly where we belong. Sixty-tw- o It's a running start for thousand the big race I You certainly didn't get left at the post, Hllllard I Deducted your commissions yet?" "No; I thought you'd rather do the bookkeeping In your own olllce and send me a check." Harmon's approval was manifest "You show me the drafts and TO write you a check this minute. Let' go sit down In tho grill, and have something. This Is fine work, now I want to tell you I" d "I rnther thought so myself," hnd led tho way to the grill and "In a commandeered his voice. "In He fact" thingslowered worked out, Mr. have fact as Harmon, I almost wish I hadn't tried to play It Just this way. I mean But Harmon had already grasped the point "Oho I Is that so? You must have made a hit And all your old friends you were so het up about weren't they as peevish nt you aa you 1 nil-Harside-tabl- e. "You Don't Mean to Say It Isn't a Sure Thing!" tlcally positive success, but I don't mind telling you that so far I haven't allowed a man who couldn't afford to lose his whole subscription nnd didn't understand very clearly thnt he might to come In for so much as a pluggea nickel. And that would apply to you, too." The law student gasped. Incredulous. "You don't mean to say It Isn't a driving nt?" Hllllard smiled cordially. "It Is, and Jt Isn't From any one I didn't know, I'd rather not touch It. It Isn't a good plan, ordinarily, to have a lot of suiull stockholders. Hut from you and If It Isn't more than you ought to risk" Waring snatched at the straw. "Well, seeing you're who you are, and I'm who I am, would you be willing to give mo Just as much Information as you would If I had twenty times as much to put In?" "Come up to the room," said Hllllard Impulsively; and he was actuated solely by the obligation he felt toward nil of Mr, Cullen's friends. "You come along up to the room, and I'll show you everything I've got Will that do?" five hundred away from you, Waring." The boy scowled. "I suppose It's really too small for you to bother with. Is that what you're sure thing?" "Is any speculation? You see I'm not working very hard to take your yet" thought?" "No." Hllllard grew warm. "I'd give a good deal," he said soberly, "If I hadn't tangled myself up In all that Imitation history. Well, I'm In for It now. I've published so much that I didn't need to I'm wondering how In thunder I can ever get out of It when tho time comes. That was the Idea, you remember cools of Are. What's bothering me Is that there's nobody to tend tho furnace." "But I thought you were so anxious to keep In the shade?" "Yes, but I didn't need to crawl In hole, and pull It In after me I Well, we'll wait nnd see. After I've gone a little further and of course, you know I've hardly scratched the surface stant "Oood good I Thut's clever work, son I Clover and quick. But I knew you'd do It Thirty I That's Ono I Anybody else?" Hllllard laughed exultantly. m "Yes, three more a total of sixty-twI mailed you a draft yesterday morning;. the others are In mv pocket "I know you haven't" The big man tucked his gloves Into his breast pocket nnd brought out a sliver cigarette case. "Have ono?" "Thank you. And you might take theso drafts now; three of 'em. Bight? Good. Well nny developments?" "Whnt?" Harmon tapped his cigarette caso In tho palm of his left baud. "Oh. you mean the miner Hllllard nodded. "Yes. Hove you gone any further with tho shaft yet? Two or three of the moro cautious men are ho'dlng back until something happens with thnt" was puzzled. Harmon "Shaft?" "What shaft?" Ho placidly stowed away tho drafts. "I'm not sinking any new shafts nt this stago of tho game." It was Hllllard's turn to be puzzled. "Why, I me'au the old shaft on No. 1. Have you gone any further with It? I've told these people we were Just starting. That's right, Isni Itr . have been established at tho university of Chicago. Recognizing that recreational activities must bo provided for tho residents of rural communities, JOB-BETT- ER villages nnd small towns ns well as for those who live In tho moro congested centers of population, tho Bed Cross rural service nt the national EFFECTIVE IF headquarters of the Amerlcnn Red NEW SERVICE Cross has Issued n bulletin of pracCONGRESS TAKE8 FAVOR-ABLtical suggestions for Bed Cross workACTION. ers In establishing nnd carrying on recreation In the smaller communities nnd In the rural districts. Tho bulletin wn RURAL WORK OF RED CROSS prepnred by the chairman of the committee on recreation of tho American Country Ifgjtsjoclatlon nt the request Lack of Understanding of Importance oi the Red Cross. I of Amusementa One of Chief ObMeeting demands from communities) stacles Faced by the National Body throughout ttio nntlon, the Red Cross rurnl service I", furnishing field workTo Obviate Bogus U. S. Dills. ers nnd chapter executives to nsslst tn Recreation for Rural District. the development of recrentlon. Ono of the difficulties which stand In the wny By JAMES P. HORNADAY. of adequate recreation for the Washington. Uncle Sam as a of rurnl communities, vlllnges for everybody Is the plnn of nnd small towns, the Bed Cross says. Secretary William Wilson of tho purtmeiit of labor. It Is a service that is. the lack of understanding In regnrd renl purpose nnd function of will get In full swing ns soon as congress sn net Ions the service, and grants play In modern life and that the mes sage of the play movement hns been the necessary funds. Stato and munlclpnl agencies will very Inrgely confined to the cities and play tho Important role In thu work, now, must bo enrried to the under tlie program agreed upon by population. Bocnuse of Inrge expenditure for city officials of the labor department The federal authorities, It Is planned, will recrentlon systems, pnld leadership. center their nctlvltles In the operation buildings nnd equipment, nnd for propof u clenrlng house of labor, nnd In erty used for playgrounds, mnny hnvo general supervision of tho work of the been prone to look upon recreation ns n modern luxury. stute branches. Some of the Difficulties. Pending legislation before congress Mnny people regnrd play as merely Is scheduled for enrly consideration nt the next session, tho bills In both sen- exercise, nnd ns the dally work of tho ate nnd house embodying provisions farm and home furnish exercise It Is for parents drawn by the conference on unemploy- difficultThe pioneers .to see the need for piny. In movement ment Iield Inst year, at tho call of nla hnvo found thnt Itthis more diffiIs Socretnry Wilson. Tho purpose of the cult for rural people to engage In mensuru Is to bring state nnd munici- spontnneous recrentlonnl nctlvltles pal employment agencies Into more of the Individualistic aspects of effective with the federal rural life. These nre some of the diffservice by means of subsidies to the iculties which face the establishHuveral slates to encourage them to ment of n rural recrentlonnl program. establish nnd maintain, according to The opportunities, however, for destandards laid down by the central veloping such n program are Indicated federal olllce, agencies for tho place- by n number of conditions, to which ment or Job getting of workers. reference Is mnde as follows: A federal labor agency Is not ex"In spite of the Increasing disparity actly new, being orlglnnted ns nn between city nnd rural population the agency for the better distribution of country still has within Its communiImmigrant labor, nnd so expanded for ties the larger number of children. It the wnr nsf to assume practically ab- hns resources In nnture nnd environsolute control of the distribution of ment, now lost to the cities, which nil lnbor. The labor recruiting of pri- mny be constructively used In n recreac vate nnd agencies woi tion program. The rural family has then restricted, If not prohibited, so not suffered ns much disintegration ns thnt for tho wnr period the supply of the city family. It Is still unified. Also, lnbor came through 030 government-operate- there are no sharp lines of clnss cleavemployment olllces. age In the country; the rural populaPlan Calls for Expansion. tion Is homogeneous and the people But with the termination of the have an Inherent Instinct for fellowship war, there came n graduul reduction nnd sympathy for their fellow men, to In the scope nnd influence of the serv which dormant trait recreation will ice until now the active work of Job give wholesome expression. getting Is done by the public employ' "Before the ndvent of the machine ment olllces of the states nnd cities. piny wns n pnrt of work. Ench mention hnd Its special piny accompaniActivities of these local olllces nrc by the federal department for ment. Spontnneous song nnd piny went clearing-hous- e purposes, nnd effort out of work when tho mnchlne cntno r In. We must now secure our recreaalso Is made to stimulate nnd tion during the leisure hours. As life dlnnte the work of the stntes. The new plan tn the main calls fer continues to grow more complex nnd continuation nnd expansion of th artificial play nssumes an Increasing present service tho big problem now Importance. But It must be the right lelng to establish n more effective kind of play. Mere amusement Is not' amuseCommercialized system pf Interstate clenrance. Such, recrentlon. department olliclnls sny, will result ment mny defeat the very function of by which Piny. from pending legislation financial old can be given the stntes To Recognize Genuine Paper Money. Paper money may now be recThe present federal service does not maintain nny employment olllces ol ognized as genuine or counterfeit Its own, but works through the locally' without expert knowledgo of the operated exchnnges. In those stntes currency. A little general knowlwhere n public system of employment edge of the design, a little application agencies Is operating, the head of that of the memory, and your bankroll, resystem Is a dollar-a-yea- r man of thf gardless of the size of the bills. Is federal employment service, while In safo. For many years the United States other states, the state labor cotnmls doner or someone elso deslgnnted bj treasury has been considering n genthe governor nets for the federal serv eral revision of the currency designs, Ice. Thus In 40 states, the federa and finally It has deemed It Important arrange to take this particular step without service now has ments, while In the others tliero Is nc awaiting further deliberation on the between state nnd fed general subject. The denominational eral service. Altogether 227, local em portraits on federal reserve notes and ployment exchnnges arc Joined In wltt federal bank notes, nnd which now hnvo been prescribed for future Issues the federal service. Tho stato representatives nnd direc of all kinds of currency, aro as foltors are merely channels of communl lows : bill, Washington; cation through which tho state nnd bill, bill, Jefferson; munlclpnl olllces report to the federal bill, Jackson ; twenty-dservice. Tho locul olllces report th Lincoln ; ollar bill, Franklin; d surplus of registrations or bill, Marshall; calls to the state director or federa' bill, Hamilton; representative, and these nre matched against each other so that through the dollar bill, Modlson; bill, Chase. stuto director there Is presunmbl) Ono of tho greatest dangers to the mnlntnlned a system of clenranco'bo treasury und to the public In connectween tho locnl olllces. tion with the question of counterfeitEstablish Clearance Zones. ing has been tho multiplicity of deWith tho problem of getting bettei signs of tho various forms of currency. clearance before It, tho fed To obviate this, tho treasury has unInterstate Is now establishing clear eral service dertaken to adopt a distinctive charnnce zones by dividing tho country In acteristic for each denomination of all to 13 divisions to correspond generallj forms of currency In circulation. Tho with tho reserve bunk districts. End bureau of engraving and printing has zono will be In the charge 'of a pale prepnred a uniform portrait that will agent of the federal service, nnd w!l represent euch denomination of all Ischeck lubor supply and demand of on sues of paper money, and so the zono against that of another. Inter mouey that la In circulation today Is zone or national clearance, It li standardized In appearance. will be effected througt planned, Washington. As federal reservo noteJTuid federal Men und women and boys nnd glrh reserve bank notes nre now Inrgely la bo cared for by the federa ll will circulation. It was decided to udopt for service. The Junior division for tin all forms of currency tho portraits boys and girls, now in the Inltla that uppear on those notes. ThU stages of development, also Is a co standardization will serve as a safeoperative movement between tho la guard nnd protection against t bor department and public Bchools auc us well as tn the interest of other agencies Interested In Juvenlli economy. It assists bankers, business problems. Aided by government funds men, nnd tho people generally In dethe school authorities will malntnlt tecting attempted counterfeits, one of employment olllces, with local olllclali the most fruitful causes of which haa In nctlve charge of Job getting, ant been the absenco of distinctive denomthe federal service setting standard) inational features In tho currency. furnishing guidance and counse and In the preparation of tho Liberty In the work. bowls and Victory notes. Involving the To build up n staff of trained vo Issuance of so many millions of pieces catlonal guidance workers for tin of war securities, effort was made to child workers, the federal service wll protect the treasury and the public establish study scholarships In the unl and to circumvent counterfeiting and versltles of the country. Four ulreud denominational raising. UNCLE SAM MAY BE E rest-den- ts Job-gett- u' to-th- non-urba- n semi-publi- d co-o- One-doll- ar two-doll- ar five-doll- ten-doll- help-wante- 1 note-raisin- g, (To bo Continued) Pnpc Four Mrs. THE CITIZEN Carncs and Ethel (o tench at the new consolidated school which is to bo built this summer in tho Big Hill district. A large number of students arc expected to enter school Friday to take the last five weeks of summer school. W. 0. Ramey, a student of Bcrea College, was operated on for June 25. He wns in the hospital 13 days, but is again in his classes, Mrs. Margaret Farra, of Nloholas-vlll- e. is visiting her daughter. Miss Elizabeth Farra, of Philadelphia, who is following up the Child Welfare Invest igat Inns mado by Dr. Bradley. Miss Farra and mother are located nt Prof. Groves' home for the summer. J. A. Cnrter has returned from Louisville nnd is plnnnlng lo go on I he road again as soon as he learns to run his new motor car. Peter Smith Gentry went lo Lex-ngtTuesday on business. Mrs. D. W. Jackson, who has been very sick for the last Ihreo months. motored lo Richmond, Monday, to see her daughter, Mrs R. C. Saunders, who is sick. She returned Tuesday. Blanche BAPTIST CHURCH Clmrtar Ho. UH July Hrtm 15, 1020. DUlritt N. I LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OP SOURCES FROM A Tcrrill have been elected Best Blacksmithing Scientific horse shoeing, fine Iron of nil descriptions work and nl the College Blacksmith Shop, Mnln street, north of The Citizen Ofllce. nd. Born to Mr. and Mrs. I. II. Long on Sunday, July II, a boy. .Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Durham wero made happy by a visit from the latter's sister, Miss Olga Glass, of Cincinnati, and her brothers, Henry and Charley Glass, of Chicago, and Walter Glass, of Cleveland, 0. They were with them from Thursday until Sunday. Miss Alice K. Douglas has left Berea to spend the summer with her sister in Obcrlin. V. II. Mahon and his son, Lawrence, came to Bcrea and spent liic last days of the week with his Ho returned wife and daughter. to his work on Monday. Lawrence will spend the summer with a friend on a sheep ranch in Colorado. Dr. Cowley has left for an extended trip into British Columbia for rest and recuperation. He will stop a few days at Rochester, Minn and visit the Mayo Brothers' Sani- Orvlllo Coomcr and Miss Nora Jack Webb nnd Miss Nova Chrismnn, motored to Richmond, Saturday evening and attended tho show there. Mr. Jones, of Kirksville, and little daughter were riding horseback, Monday, when her horse became frightened and threw her, fracturing her hip. Dr. Pope, their family physician, was hastily summoned and brought her to the Robinson Hospital, where she was attended to. At last reports, she was doing nicely. A. B. Cornell has bought out Gab-ba- rd &. Purkcy's grocery and dry goods stores on Chestnut street. Gabbard & Purkcy had only recently bought out Mrs. Eva Waldcn's business nnd were running the two stores. Mr. Logan's father and brother, of Danville, are visiting him at tho residence of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Azbill, Cod-dingt- Special exercises wcro held Inst thirty-seve- n Sunday, nt which graduated from the Teachers' Trainnnd Ono hundred ing Course. twenty-seve- n books wcro completed In three months. The Church treasurer gave an Itemized rrnorl for the fiscal yenr ending July 1, 1920. $2200 hnd been-raisefor missions and the samo amount for local expenses. The Interest in the preaching services is being Increased by giv-In nlnce In these services to the different organizations of the Church. On the first Sunday in had chnrgo July, the Sunday-schoof the evening service, I.nsl bun-dn- y night, the deacons of the Churoh bad rharce. and next Sunday morn- young people will havo !ng theof the opening services nnd i the Missionary society win nave charge n night. d ol Berea National Bank State of Kentucky, at the close of husineis on June Report of the condition of the Berea National Bank at Derca in the 30, 1920: RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 37'.97.8 Overdrafts, unsecured t, 371. 60 (U. S. bonds Deposited to secure circulation par value).. f 15,000 25,850 Premium on U. S. Bonds Total U. S, Government securities 50,850,00 Stock ol Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of subscription),,. 1,950.00 Value of banking house 500.00 Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank 20,058. 30 Cash in vaulf and net amounts due from national banks 3.';i6.50 Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting bank, and other cash items i.567.U Redemption fund with U. S, Treasurer, and due from U. S. Treasurer 1,250.00 Total $463,770.82 on LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 525,000.00 MRS. THOMPSON SURPRISED Surplus fand 45,000.00 773-3Undivided profits, less current expenses, int., and taxes paid 2.4,200.00 A very cnjoynblo surprlso wns Circulating notes outstanding 168,474.07 given to Mrs. Thompson, tho mother Individual deposits subject to check 1,500.00 of Dr. J. C Thompson, tho occn-sio- n Dividend! unpaid 198,823.43 being her birthday anniver- Other time deposits Total sary. The guesU wcro: Dr. nnd f 463,770.82 Mrs. B. F. Robinson. Dr. nnd Mrs. State of Kentucky, County of Madison, si: M. M. Robinson, Dr. nnd Mrs I, bank, do solemnly swear I. Gay, Caihiei of the above-name- d Morris, Dr. and Mrs. Alson Baker, that theJ.above statement it true to the Lest of my knowledge and belief. Dr. Edwards and sisler, and Mr. J. L Gay, Cashier and Mrs. Livengood nnd sister. music The Victrola furnished the Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th day of July, 1920. and a very pleasant evening was W. B. Walden, Notary Public. enjoyed by all. Mrs. Thompson'-- My commission expires January 8, 1924. home is in Iowa. Correct Attest: W. F. Kidd, John V. Welch, J. J. Uranaman, Directors ) Mr. and Mns. . MoKinncy spent jSunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Hudspeth and a number of Berea Christian Church people were the guests of the Glado meeting, Church at their all-dSunday. The annual protracted meeting of the Glade Church began last Thursday night. Mr. Sells, of London, was operated on at the Robinson Hospital this week. It was found by the that a piece of wire was located in his chest. It was removed by Dr. B. F. Robinson. John Hood, of Graves, was brought to the Robinson Hospital for opt eration for a broken back ay X-r- ay la-i- tarium. Dr. Harlan Dudley has had a vaca- very profitable and pleasant LEWIS FAMILY REUNION The Lewis family are enjoying a reunion at tho homo of P. B. Lewis. The following nre hero: P. B. Lewis and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lewis, of Cleveland, 0, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lewis, of Atchison, Kan, Mr. and Mrs. M. Lewis, of Louis ville, Misses Elizabeth nnd Mabel Lewis, of Lexington, nnd Fred Lewis from the Panama Canal Zone. PRICE OF MISS JAMES ENTERTAINS tion. For. a month or more he was a substitute on the medical staff of the Clifton Springs Sanitarium Y. The priviat Clifton Springs. lege of observation and investigation afforded him some very valuable experience and added lo his knowledge. He returned to Berea Friday, looking line and is ready for work. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Armstrong of Covington are guests of Prof, and Mrs. L. V. Dodge this week. Their (laughter, Miss Miriam, is visiting Miss Margaret Lewis. Prof, and Mrs. L. V. Dodge returned from their visit in Michigan and Illinois on last Thursday. It was their great privilege to bo present at the quinquennial reunion of Hillsdale College, the Professor's Alma Majer. Mrs. Alice Dobbs left Tuesday morning for her home in Tulsa, Okla., after a visit with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Simpson and little daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Til-tHoover and daughter, of Lancaster, spent Sunday with Mrs. Sallie Bogie and daughter. Mrs. Mary Brookshire is visiting Joe Johnson and family this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Walden have purchased three houses and lots in Dcland, Fla, where they expect to move soon. Dr. M. M. Robinson is making an extended trip into Ohio. He will visit Hamilton. Middletown, Columbus and Cleveland. At tho latter place he will visit Dr. Crile, an eminent surgeon. He will return by way of Oberlin. Dr. Eliza Morris, of East Bern-stabrought one of her patients, Mrs. McCarthy, of East Bernstadt, to Berea to the Robinson Hospital, Sunday '.afternoon, to have iho patient examined, pending an operation by the Robinson physicians. Miss Grace Cornelius, Mrs. Winifred Campbell Burdctte, Bradley Kincaid and Miss Nora Azbill motored to Richmond, Friday evening. Mrs. Jessie Crouch, from Willow, was operated for ruptured appendix, Friday. Tho patient is doing well. Miss Helen James accompanied her guest. Miss Jano Gorham, of Lexington, to her homo Friday. They will spend a week thcro and then visit for some time in Carlisle. five-week' on dt, ICE ADVANCES Thursday. Granville Morris, of Clover Bottom, was operated upon for phlegmonous hip. The operation was a success and tho patient is doing nicely. Miss Sallie nunnions. who lias been visiting her old homo and family has returned to Berea. Mrs. L. J. Godbey is visiting at Gray Hawk. Ruth Bingham had her tonsili removed at tho College Hospital last Tuesday morning. Mrs. S". C. Nolan and children are visiting her brother, W. S. Jarvis. Elizabeth Jarvis, who has been visiting in Cincinnati, has returned nnd is now sick at her home on Railroad street. Mrs. J. T. Brogdon, of San Antonio, Tex, is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. T. McGuirc. Mrs. B. F. Van Winkle and children, of Cleveland, are visiting relatives in Berea. Mrs. Tarlton Combs returned to Bcrea at the first of the week from an extended visit with her sons in the North. Mrs. Anna Hanson Albin, of Uni versity Place, Lincoln, Neb, is visiting relatives and friends in Berea. Mr. and Mrs. Urmston Lewis and little son. Jack, left Tuesday for their home in Atchison, Kan, after a visit of several days in Bcrea. M. L. 'Isaacs of Lexington is in town this week visiting his mother, Miss Elizabeth Harrison will take a vacation next week. She expects to visit in Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. Cooper, of Jackson ville, are visiting Miss Ncllio Case, of Center street. Mrs. Cooper is a sister of Miss Case. Mr. and Mrs. Cooper are expecting to make Berea their home. Miss Scota Burndage and Miss, Florenco Maymire, of Dayton, 0, aro guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ritter, of Boono Tavern. Mrs. C. N. McAllister and son, Cloyd, had their tonsils removed Monday morning at tho College Hospital. Both aro doing very nice ly. Owing to the fact that coal has advanced to S&25 per ton al tho mines, we arc obliged to mako a o prices of Might advance In. We hope this will only bo ice. lemporary. From now until further notice. the rates will be as follows: ?0c. per 100 lb. if coupon books aro purchased prepaid; 80c per 100 lb. whero ice is purchased for cash. 300 lb. cakes of ice for $2.00. Wo greatly regret this necessary advance, but you can readily sec the necessity. Very cordially yours, (2w-- l) II. E. Taylor UNION CHURCH Mis Helen Jnmes entertnined a number of guests Thursday night, in honor of her friend and guesl, Miss Jane Gorham, of Lexington. Those present wcro Dr. Donald Edwards and Miss Graco Cornelius, Jack Webb and Miss Nova Chris-ma- n. Dwight Bicknell and Miss Carol Edwards, James Lackey and the Misses Betty and Minor Hern-do- n and Frick and Jako Herndon. The occasion was one of special Cnke3 enjoyment to all present. and punch were served and the guests dispersed toward tho "wco sma" hours. Shooting the Mines. I (Oak!!) OAKLAND OWN KltS ItnGUIjUlLY KETOItT RETURNS OP FROM II TO M M1I.K3 J KltOU THE GALLON Of CASOLINK AND FROM S.UUI TO UMO MILKS ON T1KK3J THIS OAKLINDHENSIIILR SIX IS POWKIIKI) OVEKIIEAD-VALV- WITH THE FAMOUS OAKLAND F.NfilNE Dr. Hutchins will speak Sunday at It a.m. upon Sacred Music. On Thursday evening at 7:30, the topic will be 'The Paralytic Healed." Mark 2:1-1- 2. METHODIST CHURCH OAKLAND SENSIBLE SIX steadily growing popularity ol the Sensible Six among American farmers, is due, primarily, to the e car for continucapacity of this Even in those ous and economical.Vervice. districts where roads are unimproved and garage facilities are few and far bctwcccn, the Oakland keeps to its work day after day and month after month, quietly, comIt is a comfortpetently, uninterruptedly. able car, exceedingly roomy and and because of its high ratio of power to weight, its action is brisk and responsive. Only immense manufacturing resources, and a production of unusual magnitude, make possible the very moderate price at which it is told. THE The sermon last Sunday morn Solomon's sins, ing concerning showed the weakness of human nature and the necessity of living close to God; also the dissatisfac tion of worldly pleasures. There were two more members taken into the church during this service. A large congregation attended tho service Sunday evening and heard n good sermon. The topic for next Sunday morning will be "Saved to Serve." Text, Matt. 7:21. The subject for the evening service will be, "Our Job." Text, Matt. 5:10. The pastor is meeting with thfc children on the churoh lawn every Wednesday afternoon to play games, after which some time is spent in singing. Bible study will bo addetj to this program as soon ns material is obtained. Last Thursday evening the prayer meeting was very helpful. The testimonies of others help us on our way. The C. E. Ws met with Mildred Klnnard last Saturday night. Tho business meeting was conducted by the president, after which refreshments were served. well-mad- easy-ridin- g; Trie U. 8. Ulne Sweeping Detachment has Just returned from It work In the North Sean. The ever present dancer of floating mines was counter acted by the sharp eyesight of the men who were behind the guna. Their Job wu to pick off the rallies as the; appeared and explode Micro by direct bits. The IWes of the other men aboard and the safety of the ship de pended on their keenness. A lares proportion of the 63,000 mines laid In the North Seas by the (7. S. Navy wu destroyed In this way This Is Just one of the Jpbs that comes In the career of a U. S. sailor ; one of the experiences that Rive him a grip on himself and inalusf him a regular fellow. Tourino Cas and ItoAixmi t!07t F.O.II. I'ontiac. Mich. I Boone Tavern Garage Berea, Ky. Phone 18 t FALLACIOUS IDEA OF SHEEP Jno. F. Dean J. W. Herndon Animals Wilt Consume More Weeds and Shrubs Than Other Animals, but Ncsd Some Fetd. Many farmers who hare failed with sheep have gone Into the business with the fallacious Idea that sheep will eat anything, simply because Dome person started the tnle. Sheep will consume more weeds and shrubs than any other class of animals, but to turn them Into the woodlot nnd expect them to thrive on sprouts and dry leaves Is asking too much of their diHowever, there Is gestive systems. usually waste land on most farms on wWch the sheep may be kept at certain srloda of the year very profitably. mIMn-forme- d DEAN & HERNDON REAL ESTATE therconl If you want a Wo Sell tho Earth and tho llousos Homo In or nround Heron como and seo us. We havo Somo Especially Attractive Bnrgnlns in small places around town. Also soma good Dluo Grass farms. Drop In at The Bank and talk it over with us when you aro in Berea. If you havo property that you want to turn into cash como and list it with us. Our business is to sell it. Respectfully, Dean 4 Herndoi W. F. KIDD Dealer in Real Estate TclepkoBe 68 Berea, The Misses nissio and Gladyj Oliver celebrated their birthdayi Tuesday evening, July 15, at tho home of Mrs. B. Coddington on Center street. A largo number were present nnd all had an enjoyable time. Mrs. A. V. Cauldwcll, of Campbells-vill- e, spent tho week-en- d with her Ky. sister, Mrs. D. W. Jackson. The New Fall Line of Classified Advertisements NOTICE F. L. MOORE'S J. M. COYLE & COMPANY MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUITS, SHOES, HATS FURNISHINGS TAILORING Now on display at Model Press Shop E. G. WALKER Exclusive Local Dealer ' For rensons that nro obvious, wo cannot conlinuo to sell small orders of vegetables at tho Garden. Therefore, after Saturday, July 10, call at tho Coop Store or your grocer's. 13. Fiolder, Gnrdon Dept. WANTED Jewelry Store FOR First Class. Repairing AND Men's Suits $20 to $50 Shots $2 to $17' keeper. l.f. Fine A woman as a houseWashings sent out. MAIN ST. Address Box 117, Derca, Ky. Liae ef Jewelry BEREA, KY July 15, 1020. THE CITIZEN Pago Flvo The Berea Bank & Trust Co. Keport ol the condition of THE DHRIiA HANK & TRUST CO., doing business at the town of Derca, County of Madison, State of at the close of business on 19th day of Jane, 1910. Ken-tucky, Hontelbutn DAUGHTER OF AGUINALDO IN U. Get Ready For The RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Stocks, llonds, and other Securities Due from lianks Cash on hand Checks and other cash items Hanking House, Furniture and Fixtures Other Assets not included under any of above heads Total LIAMLITIES Capital Stock paid in, in cash Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid Deposits subject to check '3'i73379 , Time Deposits 120,418.75 Cashier's checks outstanding 806,23 253,958.77 Due lianks and Trust Companies Dills Payable $293,848.91 1,247.26 26,198.00 PAYS TO BUILD BIRD HOUSES 9,825.76 4,872.66 Feathered Songtters, Through Their Destruction of Insects, Increas 3,160.67 Yield of farm. 6,000.00 190,49 Birds are desirable to hnvc about the premises, not only on nccount of 344, 343-7their benuty nnd song but because of their economic worth. The little feathered songsters are especially use$50,000.00 ful ns Insect destroyers during the 15,000.00 breeding period, when they have to 5,282.98 work enrly nnil Inte to obtain sufllclcnt food for their nestlings. One way to 5 THelpsT S. CAPITAL BEREA FAIR August 4, 5 and 6, 1920 Increased Premium List, Home Work, Field and She Meets Many Wives of Amer ican Statesmen and Makes a Hit Garden Products, Big Premiums for Show Horses, Mules, Cattle, Hogs and Poultry. Increase 10,102.00 10,000 00 344.343-75 Total State of Kentucky, County of Madison, Sc. We, J. V. Stephens and John F. Dean, President and Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. 1. W. Stephens, President, John F. Dean, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 28th day of June, 1920. A. F. Scruggs, Notary Public. My commission expires Jan. 13, 1924. Other clubs will he organized at Silver Creek and West Union'. Tho A family Newipaper for all that It right publio is cordially invited to visit true, and interesting any of these meetings. VublUhrd Evary Thursday, The Citizen PUBLISHING on Thursday, July 15. number making your property their summer home Is to put out feathers, bits of wool and twlno during tho senspn for the bird to use In building their habitations.. Another way Is to build safe retreats for them In which they can renr their young comfortably. Most of the houses will be occupied year after year. In fact, no attraction for summer birds Is more effectual thnn plenty of houses suited to the needs and hnblts of the various kinds of house birds. During Idle hours tho construction of n few of these bird dwellings Is fnsclrmtlug and useful work. Formers' Hulletln COO, prepared by the United States bureau of blologlcnl mirvey, gives clear working directions, with Illustrations, for a lnrgo number of bird houses both of the single nnd apartment house variety. This bulletin mny he had free hy writing the department of agriculture, Washington. tho g When General F.mlllo Agtilnnldo warlending the Filipino army against Hie American forces twenty yenrs ago he probably tittle dreamed that some day 8 daughter of his would visit the city of Washington nnd would I given a grent reception at the fuiniius Con gresslnnal Club I And thnt Hip wive of 120 members of the American Con gress nnd two wives of members of the President's cabinet would call upoii her to pay their respects! Hut all this actually happened when Miss Carmen Agulnaldo, his nineteen venr-nldnughter, visited Wnshlngton recently. And those wives of the statesmen expressed themselves us both charmed nnd surprised at the refined, tactful, college educated young miss who greeted them. "Miss Agulnaldo was simply delight ful," was the cxpreslon of one con gressinnn's wife. "She was very mod' est, jet she acted so natural and thor- d Good Racing Each Day of the Fair Mau's Greater Shows will furnish all high class tractions. We expect to put on at- An Airplane Flight Each Day Grounds will be open each night during the Fair. E. T. Fish Secretary Prizes for Best Humane Posters at Derca, Ky. CO. Editor TOWN RUN ON BUSINESS LINES CLUB SCOUTS Scaffold Cane Club Municipal Departments of Lakewood, O., Work Through Mayor's. Office Makes for his military training In the wnr nnd his business training since. Mayor Louis K. Hill of Lakewood hns adopted methods which he believes are novel In municipal n (Til Irs. The Idea, the mayor says. Is to keep him In direct touch with all municipal problems nnd works and to bring about greater between heads of departments In a business administration. Army correspondence procedure gov erns all communications between From Spanish-American BEREA (Incorporated) WM, G. FROST, Edltor-tn-CalJ. O. LEHMAN, Managing f aBBBBBaBBaV SUBSCRIPTION RATES l'AYAIILE IN ADVANCE On Year Hit Month, Three Monthi 11.50 St to of Kipreca Semi money by rnit-offi- e ill oner Order, Draft. Keiriatcred Letter, or cent atampa. one and two The date after your nam on label ahowe to what date your tubecrlption la paid. If It la not chanted within three weeka after renewal, notify ut. Mining numbert will be gladly tupplled tf wa are notified. Liberal terma gleen to any who obtain new eubtcriptlona for u. Anyone sending can receive ua four yearly subscriptions The Cltlien free for one year. Advertising ratra on application. Foreign Advertising MrpresentatlVK THU AMKItll AN I'KUSS ASSOCIATION COMMUNITY Miss HEALTH GANIZED CLUB OR- Farra organized 1 Community Health Club fold Cane Sohool, Tuesday the at flrivi Scaf- night, July 13, 020. Miss (Elizabeth Farra, a representative of the College of Agriculture and Ihc U. S. Department of Agriculture, is in Hcrca for tho summer to follow up tho Child Welfare survey made last fall by Dr. Hradley and Miss I.ydia Roberts. Mist Farm Is a gradiiato of tho University of Kentucky and for tho past year a student In the Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania at Philadelphia. She, though a native of Kentucky, has been In similar work In Hie mountains of Georgia. of tho Summer Miss Harper School faculty led tho singing at Scaffold Cano Tuesday night and got Miss Kcr-Fe- y, n wonderful response. nlso of tho SMmmer School faculty, gavo two readings for tho children, whloh were very much enjoyed. Mls4 Farrrt then explained tho object of tho Health Clubs anil showed by charts somo of tho results of work with other children. Each child will havo his or her own chart, which will show the child's present weight and what (ho child, according to its height, should weigh. Only thoso children that aro Ifc or moro under-woig- ht will havo n chart. It U hoped that In tho next ten weeks that theso chlldrcnwlll ho brought up to normal wolght, and as a result, that automatlo health habits will havo been established. Plans aro also being mado to havo tho children mako somo conveniences for tho homo that will help to lighten tho work of tho mother. Iccless refrigerators nnd tireless cookers will bo mado first. in 10.015 country homes of tho Northern nnd Western states, wcro given, showing how tho country woman spends her time. From tho women present. It was found that their timo was spent In practically tho same way. It Is felt that any conveniences that will lighten tholr work will bo appreciated by tho women. President Hutchlns and Dean McAllister were present at tho meeting and .expressed thoir approval of tho plans for tho Health "Club. Miss Farra will organlzo a Health Club at Narrow Cap School, Wednesday, July 14, and ono in tho Big Hill and Pilot Knob neighborhood Club The Junior Agricultural met for n picnic July 3, 1020, at the sehoolhouse. A committee of three elub members had arranged the place for the picnic and had each membiT to bring a lunch. The top of Hear Knob, the highest point close to nerca, had been agreed upon. They had games to play, of which only one will be described. The scouls aro sent off in groups of twos and ono group has a bugle. The task is for them to llnd the most interesting thin; they can. When tho bugle calls, at once come to It. When gathered ground tho bugle, wo had some very interesting discussion on the many different things they had found, as: corn, peas, beans, apple, sweet clover, rooks, etc. Tho best description received the bugle for the next race. Due to the rain that came up, ono of the patrons opened his doors for us to come in. The lunch Avas served In the large dining room. Then the table was removed from tho room The organization of "Club Scouts'' followed all the good fun and eating. A name was first, and since we could not oall it "Boy Scouts," or "Campllre Girls," the idea came to call it "Club Scouts," including hoys and girls. A short talk was made of the re suit of a meeting held in Lexing ton for Club Leaders. Some of the good resolutions tho members agreed to uphold, in order to make our club better: To havo belter records for tho project we are trying. To be loyal lo all. To bo helpful. To be friendly. To bo kind. To bo obedient. To be thrifty. To bo clean. To bo brave. Motto, something "Do worlh while." We want to extend our appre ciation to Mr. and Mrs. Barrett for furnishing us such a splendid room for our meeting. Names of members present wero: Goldia Martin, Menta McQueen. Willnrd Baker, Stanley McQueen. Cynthia Coyle. Chas. Barrett, Leetls Barrett, I.eroy Martin, Lena Coylo, Itonald Lakes, William Davis. Look out for results of our next meeting, August II, 1020 A. B. Strong, Club Scout Leader, 'HaaaKaaaaaaK. b gMMMM ' '',M heads of departments. A letter between departments goes first through the hands of the mayor, who forwards It to Its destination. It Is answered by Indorsement on the original letter and returned, again through the may or's office, to the writer. Every Tuesday morning at ten o'clock the mayor holds a conference with nil department heads, at which every phase of each department's work Is discussed. Cleveland' Plain Dealer. MAKE WAR ON THE BARBERRY Any Number of Substitutes for Shrub Which Is Ono of Farmer's Worst Enemies. At the New York Women's league hospital for nnlmnls, prizes werai awarded to the school children winners of Uie Ilumane Education Poster contest. Some of the posters received were surprising for their merits as works of art. ''f,v,""l'"Vfff' Landscape gardeners are recom- mending substitutes for the com mon barberry, n host of the black stem rust of wheat which causes onor- mous losses each year to the wheat crop. Where a purple variety Is desired In the shrubbery border, the purple- leaved plum may be substituted, ac cording to r. II. Elwood, Jr., assistant professor of Inndscapc architecture at tho Ohio Slato university. This may also be used as a high background mnsK or as specimen tree groups on the lawn. Tho purple hazel mny also be used as an accent of color In the shrubbery mass. Many other shrubs can be ustd where the common barberry has or would havo been planted, such as the angelica, dog' wood, pink welgelln, winged euony' mus, white kcrrla und high bush crun tlve-Ieavd berry. The common barberry must go, and the sooner wo make up our minds to It the better. Hoot It out, nnd pet something elso In Its place, and soon Its absence will be forgotten. can people "are awakening to Uie" fact MISS CARMEN AGUINALDO, CARING FOR WASTE PRODUCTS that only In so far as every man, wom-an- d Daughter of the Former Leader of the child Interests himself In the abolFilipino Army. Subject Has Grown to Have Important ishment of waste, can they be classed Bearing on the Prosperity as genuinely patriotic." oughly at home that she captivated evof the Nation. " " " erybody." i"-- r i On another occasion while In Wnshn BEST FOR MARKETING CROPS Whether or not the American lngton Miss Agulnaldo was given n real yet realizes the connection ben tween thrift and destiny Is a question. Farmers Enabled to Haul Produce audiovation by a When Prices Are Highest If Highence when she recited "My Last Fare- During the war it was a comparativeways Are Improved. well," poem of Dr. Jose Itlzal, Uie Fil- ly easy matter to cut down our list of luxuries, under the spur of nn actual ipino martyr. Good roads give a wider choice of Today our progress nnd power Miss Agulnaldo Is a student at the need. depend almost as much upon thrift as time for marketing crops. If roads University of Illinois, Urbana, I1L upon production. We rarely are able were kept In condition to permit travel While In Washington she was the to see waste In our own homes, but It and hauling at all times and In all Ruest of Mrs. Jaime C. deVeyra, wife Is ensy to see It In the homes of our kinds of weather, farmers would not of one of the resident commissioners neighbors. "Take the evidence of have to rush their produce to market The Capitol wnste In the next back yard." says In seasons of good roads, but could haul from the Philippines. building and the Congressional library Miss Eunice Akin of the Colorado It when prices were highest and when appealed particularly to the young Agricultural college, "and multiply It their crops did not demand attention. Flliplna, while the beautiful sights by the population of the United States, from the Washington monument thrill and the relative Importance of thrift ed her with delight. When asked how In the nation's destiny becomes apparLong Distance. she liked America, she smiled and an- ent Municipal care of the waste prod"Didn't you shudder, Ilastus, as yon swered : ucts is one of the best ways to solve cut down those Germans, man after "It Is a wonderful country. I didn't the problem. A flourishing periodical man?' like winter at first, but since I have Is now published under the name of "Man after mnnl Tcssah, when that learned how to skate I am having tine the Waste Trade Journal. Its popu- live men got after this man Ah shud-dah- 'd 'lines. All the Americans whom I have larity, proves threo miles," Home Sector. the.fact that the Amerl- met hnve been very good to me. My In Urbana and my classmates friends In the university are Just lovely, but 1 cannot help feeling homesick at times because I am missing my father. My coming here was Indeed a great sacrifice for him, for we are very close. He Is so good to me." Miss Agulnaldo Is Intensely patriotic SEWING MACHINE She does not conceal her resentment Invented and Pat. by W. C. Free when she hears or reads of a misrepreFilipinos. "It is unsentation of the fortunate," she once exclaimed In a machine will be sold lor the This well known voice full of sadness, "that my country month of July at special advertising prices, on special terms and and my people are hardly known, much ess understood, by the people of a liberal price for your OLD MACHINE. t nn-tloFIIIpIno-Amerlcn- interesting statistics, compiled as n result of a survoy mada Somo Pays to Attract' Tourists. Money lu tho average town circa lates. It moves In a circle from lu dustry to employees, from employees to Btore, from stores to bonk, anil back to Industry ngulu. Additions front outside sources, therefore, are real gains, rent profit to tho community. Money left In town by tourists Is such a profit. Tlioreforo the town that repels au tomoblllsts by poor roads, lack of signs and petty trufllc restrictions Is losing money. The community that goes out of Its way to attract motoring travel is doing some real good for Itself. To draw the stranger and treat htm well Is more than merely advertising the town. It Is making money. Ohio Motorist . . Politics Is tabooed In any conversaShe tion with this Filipino maid. evades tho topic by replying that she ta too young to express opinions on things political. "All I can say," she declares, "is that I share with my father In the desire for Independence tor my native land. There Is uo question about our being able to govern ourselves." Filipinos declare Miss Agulnaldo has a "genuine Flliplna temperament" cheap, nnd they may be meaningless that Is, sho does not believe In the octo tho next generation, but In the me cidental custom of "dates" between morial tree nature will assist man In men and womeu. She does not keeping fresh nnd green the memory fount ice anything wrongln It, she says, but heroes. of American It Is such a violent departure from the custom In the Philippines that the can His Consideration. not adopt It T)oky yur, Gap," chlded a friend. "tou might laugh at me," she said, "What In thunder mado you tell your "but I cannot go out with one single I simply can't wlfo you'd bo notno irom tno speaK-i- t escort unchaperoned. shorn bv nine o'clock, wben I will go back to my country with the you know good and well It won't let oul of a Flliplna." A newspaper In one of the large Amout until nair past ten or tevenr"She always begins to worry about erican cities that Miss Agulnaldo visit-i- d expressed the opinion that ens nin ns soon us sho thinks It's about time for mo to show up," replied Gap would no doubt be greatly Impressed -by the sight of street cars and some of Johnson or Kumpus tuuge, so i I'd give her plenty of time to the fine residences she would sea, but My wire is like nil tne rest the truth Is the young lady was raised worry. nf the women: she hain't happy un In Manila, where she has seen an life. street car system all less she's pestering about uuta'n." Kansas City Btar. Plant Memorial Trees. While various kinds of memorials are being erected for our departed sol. dlers. none Is more elmple nnd more appropriate than the tree, which will be a living emblem of the remem bronce of n grateful people to those who gavo their lives upon the altar of their country. Statues and monuments nfter n few years may come to look The FREE At every vital pointimprovements Taa FREEmwi faitrr. TVa FREE raaikiaUr. TVa FREE Utt sewing mathat make chine has valuable it far superior to all other machines: Uai". Tit FRII Wat Uu tiaratiaa. Tit FREE b taiiar la aatrtft. TVt FREE aukti aa aaaalaUlr atrfact atitck. Taa FREE U if Waatifal. ' To our city patrons will say DON'T FAIL to let our special advertising salesman show you our new Free Westinghouse Elecsewing machine on trical Sewing Machine, the most the market. te R. H. Chrisman The Furniture Man Phone 26 ng-ger- te or I Pago Six THE CITIZEN nals aro beginning to think about aro llko tho folks who try to euro tho farmer and his problems. Tho n cancer with bran nnd onion poul editor of Tho Southern Agriculture llccs." 1st has lately written an extremely thoughtful editorial around a clip swirrs e produce review Twenty-fivMillion Cows ping from tho Manufacturers' Ito Tho United Stales Department of cord. Hero it is: 10 stales "Slowly, one by one, but nono tho Agriculture report of Juno there are 25,000,000 cows on farnw less certainly, tho city nowspapors villages in the and magazines, tho leaders of city nnd In cities nnd (ho big men of industry, United Slates. thought, nuller production 1ms been lighter nro coming to seo that tho farmor yea: a square deal and that In the first six months of tho has not had than during tho samo period In thero must bo a changed nltiludo In July shows toward him on tho part of both 1019. Tlio first week n slight Increase over 1910, duo to tho government and tho business Prlccj world. Ono of the papers thai has bcllcr paslurago conditions. on butler fat nro higher than a spoken out most olearly and boldly is the Manufacturers' Record, which year ago. Receipts of poullry aro consider says in a recent lssuo: " Today tho factories aro robbing ably heavier than last year, but duo to lighter storage stocks, thero I ho farms. Thero is no equality of Is a good demand for ourrcnl re attraction In wago or hours. duirements. Prices show but littlo As a people, wo are gelling peril change on fowl. Spring chickens ously near tho rocks, and wo aro nro being marketed In Increasing going to run afoul of them unless qualities each week, resulting In wo turn honest nnd glvo tho toller lower prices. in tho fields a fair show. Tho quality of eggs dollvcrcd Tho farmers aro nol pro during tho week shows caro and at flteering; they nro not even getting lentlon in marketing. ns yol n fair return for their loll. The improved quality has been The wny to change the ur generally noticable, and higher ban inrush into a rurwl exodus Is to prices nro being paid In tho larger let the farmer mako a little profit.' markets and producing territory. "Sound doclrino nnd worthy of nil acceptation. For many years tho THRIFT KITCHEN IS farmers have been robbed for the benefit of the manufnolurlng nnd GAINING POPULARITY commercial classes by prolccllvo tariffs, by ship subsidies, by un regulated excesses of transportation Many Organized During War companies, by a financial system Times Will Be Continued. framed for city needs, by a market ing system that has given tho mid- Being Ued at Clearing Houtet for Material Still Posteulng Much dle man an Increasingly cxhor- Wear and Needed by Those bitant wage for tho service rendered. of Limited Resources. Of somo of these policies of govern ment farmers have been among tha (Prepared by the United Statu Depart strongest supporters; to the inequity ment of Agriculture.) Many thrift kitchens organlred durof many of tho business polloics I hat have robbed them, thoy have ing war times to help war conditions They cannot hnve proved so valuable Mint their been lindiffcront. longer go on supporting or dis continued existence now pcems Is Thrift In the regarding such policies of stato under tho direction of homohometaught demthe nnd industry. They must insist onstration agents of tho department For only bf of agriculture and tho state colleges In on changing them. rndiqal changes in both govern the "salvage shops' as tho kitchens ment policies and business prac nro sometimes called. These kitchens tices can tho farmers como into were originally established to teach position to get their fair share of people thrift In using their own materlnl. It soon developed, however. profits and so 'change tho urban that many who wished to ho thrifty inrush Into a rural exodus.' Tho hnd littlo to be thrifty with. This led folks who imagino that the build to the kitchens being used as clear ing of better roads, tho making of ing houses for mntcrlnl still possessing loans to farmers, tho 'uplifting o much wenr discarded In the homes of and much needed where country social life' will restore the tho resources aro moro limited. balance between town and country Li In tho Itourlmn county (Kansas) thrift kitchen this work has been es- peclatly successful. Tho kitchen Is iopen from nine until five, and tho home demonstration ngent or the vis- -' Itlns nurso plans to be thero during thoso hours. To prevent any pond- -' blllty of contaglous.dlscasos being dls-- I sctnlnated garments nro thoroughly fumigated or sterilized before being given out or remnde. If soiled are received they aro laundered by needy women, who. by giving their work, feel they nro thus paying for tho nsslstanco they may have d. well-to-d- o I gar-men- July 15, 1020. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science (Continued rrom Last Week) Cream ot Spinach Soup 2 cups cooked spinach 3 tablespoons butler or substitute: 2 mips milk 3 tablespoons flour 1 teaspoon salt Few grains nutmeg f sllco onion Chop I lie spinach until vory fine, saving all tho Julco and ono cup of tho water it wns cooked In. Press the spinach through n coarso strainer. Scald tho milk with Iho onion. Melt tho butler, add the (lour and then stir In tho scalded Cook lintll tho mixturo milk. thickens nnd add tho spinach pulp, salt, pepper and nutmeg to season. Itchcat and serve. Investigator TO MEMBERS OF AGRICULTURAL' part of oil meal makes a good ration for a cow and tho amount fed CLUB RAISING BEEF CALVES: All members of tho Agricultural oould bo Judged by tho quality of to pasture. Keep salt and wator Club raising beef calves will ro-cel- vo THE A B C OF MILK ntivo to the caro and management of their calves. Thcso letters should be kept and studied vory carefully, as they contain much valuablo information. The following instructions on tho caro and food of tho calves should bo followed as closely as you aro able. The livestock markets during tho past few years bavo had a constantly growing demand for young, well fatted animals weighing around 1000 pounds. To produco this typo of animal, tho calf should grow every day and never loso any of its first calf "bloom" or milk fat. In starting off with a calf, It Is advisable to teach it to cat at an early age whilo running with tho cow. A mixture of equal parts of ground oat?, corn and bran or ship-stu- ff is one of the best of feed combinations for a young calf. Start pound per day or with one-ha- lf less at three or four weeks of age, and by the time ho has been on feed for three or four weeks, ho should of a pound bo getting three-fourtof grain for each 100 pounds of livo weight. This will also apply inif you aro feeding skim-mil- k stead of letting the calf nurse tho cow. At weaning lime or if the calf is part of already weaned, oil meal should bo added to the mixture noted above and as much as a 1 percent grain ration should bo fed. For example, a 500 pound calf would get 5 pounds of grain per day. This amount wpuld bo increased later on, as tho calf grows, if you want to finish him for market or show. In tho summer timo a calf or cow should run on pasture, if possible. If grass should become short in late summer, silage makes an excellent substitute. If the cow and calf arc to be shown together in tho show ring, the cow should bo given some caro and attention and fed somo grain while on pasture at times when pasture is not best. A mixture of ground corn and one-ten- th hs one-tenth . letters from llmo lo lime rcl- - present at nil times. RATS Tlio County Agent lias had so many inquiries ns to rats, tho des trucllon of them and by them, In tho past two weeks, that a few articles will bo writlcn for Tho Citlrn on this subject. Tho rat Is tho worst animal in the world. From i(s homo among flUli it visits dwellings and storo-rooto polluto and destroy human ms soups, cream toast, thin sauoo for fish, eggs, etc. Uso No. 2 for scalloped or creamed meat, flsh, oysters, etc, allowing, approximately 1 cup chopped cooked meal or fish or a dozen oysters to I cup sauco. Uso also for meal or fish sauces varying flavorings aS desired. Uso No. 3 for crofiuollcs, souffles, etc., where n stiffcr sauco Is needed. Cream Salad Dressing cup bulter 2 tablespoons flour t cup scalded milk 3 egg yolks 3 egg wlillcs 1 teaspoon mustard 1 teaspoon salt Vi cup vinegar Vi Vj food. It carries bubonlo plaguo and many other diseases fatal lo man ond has been responsible for moro untimely deaths among human beings than nil tho wars of history. In tho United States, rats and mlno each year destroy crops and oilier property valued at over $200,000,000. cup sugar Chicken Souffle 2 cups milk 2 1 Inblespoons butler 3 tablespoons flour A This destruction is cquivalont lo tlio gross earnings of an army of over 200,000 men. On many a farm, if the grain eaten and wasted by rats and mice could bo sold, tho proceeds would moro than pay nil tho farmer's taxes. Tho common brown rat breeds 8 or 10 times a year and produces aa average of 10 young at a litter. Young females breed when only three or four months old. At this sate, a pair of rats, breeding uninterruptedly and without deaths would at tho end of threo yoars, (18 generations), bo Increased to 359.709,182 individuals. For centuries tho world has been fighting rats without organization and at the same timo has been feeding them and building for them fortresses for concealment. If we are to fight them on equal terms, wo must deny them food and hiding places. Wo must organize and unite to rid tho communities of these pests. The lime to begin is now I (Moro about rats will appear next week). FARMER MUST MAKE PROFIT Tho papers in the big cities, tho magazines and even somo of tho business and manufacturing jour teaspoon salt teaspoon popper Vt cup breadcrumbs 2 cups finely chopped chicken 2 egg yolks 1 tablespoon chopped parsley Mixed Fruit Salad 2 egg whites I can sliced pineapple or Mako n sauco of Iho first flvo in1 small fresh pineapple gredients. Add bread crumbs and 4 grapefruit ftcmovo from cook two minutes, 2 bananas fire. Add chicken, egg yolks and Vi cup strawberries, cherries, or Mix well, fold in egg parsley. any sen'onnbtn small fruit whites, stiffly beaten, and bako 33 1 cup salad dressing minutes in a moderate oven. Serve Cut pineapplo into small wedgo-shapwith a white mushroom sauco. pieces. Divide grapefruit Any cooked chopped meat may bo Into seotlons. Slloo bananas; leavo substituted for tho chicken. small fruit whole. Mix all logclhor, Creamed Radishes chill, heap on n bed of leltuco and Rut largo radishes Into thin serve with dressing. slices, crosswise. Cook in boiling, salted water until tender, about 10 Lemon Whey 1 cup minutes. Drain and mix with cream hoi milk sauce, allowing Vi oup sauco to 2 2 teaspoons sugar cups radish slices. 2 tablespoons lemon Julco 1 thin slice lemon Corn Toast Stir lemon Juice with the hot i rmall onion, finely chopped milk nnd cook without stirring uncups milk til whey separates. Strain through 14 tablespoons olco cheesecloth, add sugar and chill. 1 teaspoon salt Pour into a cold glass and garnish tablespoons flour with lemon slice. This Is n very Vi tablepoon paprika ed 1 Molt bulter, add flour and stir In slowly (ho scnlded milk. Cook unlil slluhtly thickened, stirring rnnslnntly. Ileal egg yolks, add sail, mustard nnd vinegar. Stir in Iho ' first mixture nnd 000k over hot water unlil II thickens llko custard. Remove from fire, add sugar and fold in the stiffly beaten egg whites. cooked Cool nnd keep In n covered Jar. It will keep a long timo and Is especially good with fruit salads. 2 cups fresh I 1 refreshing drink. corn cut from cob or Swinebroad's Series of July Auction Sales of Farms and City Property Memorize the dates, then follow your memory Send for catalogue giving full description of the different farms, also descriptive catalogue of farms for sale privately. We "Turn Down" an auction sale proposition unless it appeals to us as something the buying public wants. Therefore we "ALWAYS SELL." We sold 1500 acres in June for over $268,000.00. Every auction was a sale and every purchaser can now sell at a profit. can corn tablespoon chopped parsley C slices toasted bread Cook onion with olco for 5 Add minutes, stirring constantly. flour and then the milk. Cook until the mixture thickens, ndd corn nnd Cook slowly for 5 seasoning. minutes. Pour over tho toast, sprinklo with parsley and servo at . nnre. White Sauces No. 1. Chocolate Milk Shake 2 tablespoons chopped loo 2 tablespoons chocolate- syrup 3 tablespoons whipped or plain croam 3 cup milk Mix all together and shako or beat well beforo drinking. Ono tnblespoon of vanilla Ico cream may bo added if desired. Tho cream cup of milk mny be omitted and used instead of 3 cup. 2-2-- NOW, GET THE DATES 10:00 o'clock, a. m., 156 acres, subdivided, the Adams Farm, Lincoln County. MONDAY, JULY 19, at 1:30 o'clock, p. m., residence and business property and garage in Danville, on Main and 2nd streets, the property of K. M. Arnold. TUESDAY, JULY 20, at 10:00 o'clock, a. m., the splendid farm of 186 acres of Hampton Sisters. That good Garrard County land, on Fishers Ford Pike, 2 miles irom Lexington and Danville Pike, 8 miles from Danville. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, at 10:00 o'clock, a. m., the Will Matheny farm of 300 acres, in Lincoln County, on Ottenlieim Pike, 5 miles from Stanford. Will be subdivided. THURSDAY, JULY 22, at 10:00 o'clock, a. m., 2 iarms for Forestus Reid, Lincoln County A farm of 300 acres and a farm oi 240 acres. Uotb 2 miles irom Stanford, on Hustonsvillc Pike. farms will be subdivided and sold in tracts to suit the purchasers. J- - M McGraw, in Lincoln County FRIDAY, JULY 23, at 10:00 o'clock, a. m.,,i45 acrus mile from Danville and Hustonville Pike, 6 miles Irom Danville, 6 miles from on Short Pike, Stanford. SATURDAY, JULY 17, at right at Hustonville. When It Is practicable thoso who have been helped aro urged to como to the kitchen to eew, mend or do other work In return for gifts of clothing. Ity this method pauperism Is discouraged nnd the women have nn opportunity to profit by the Instruction given In garment making nnd remodeling under experts In chargo of the' work. Mnny volunteer workers help In this work, nnd tho plan followed hns been for tho vofiinteers to work every afternoon except Saturday and have the other workers come forenoons nnd Saturday. In 0110 month In the Fort Scott (Kan.) kitchen Oil) garments wero given out which did not need remodeling nnd 52 others, either new or made over from old garments. CINCINNATI Corn MARKETS. Chocolate Syrup cup cocoa 2 cups sugar flour 1 cup boiling water butter V2 tablespoon vanilla salt Mix cocoa and sugar. Add boilpepper ing water, heat to boiling point nnd No. 2. boil c minulcs. ftcmovo from fire, 1 cup milk cool, add vanilla and keep in a 2 tablespoons flour covered Jar. 2 tablespoons butler Iced Chocolate (1 quart) u, teaspoon snlt 2 squares ohocolato grains pepper Few oup sugar 3 teaspoon salt No. 3. 1 cup boiling 1 cup milk water 3 cups chilled milk 3 to 4 tablespoons flour Melt chocolate over hot water, tablespoons butler 3 to lenspoon salt ndd sugar nnd sail nnd mix thoroly. Few grains pepper Stir In tiol water and cook about Follow method used in cream flvo minuics or until smooth. Remove from Are nnd chill. Add milk sauco recipe. lTso Nn. 1 as basis for cream nnd serve. cup milk 1 tablespoon 1 tablespoon M teaspoon Tew grains 1 '.4 2-- Hay and Grain. No. 2 white $1.7101.72, No. 3 white $l.Rfl1.71, No. 2 yellow $1.00 1.07, No. 2 mixed SLOTS 1.00, No. 3 mixed $1.03 1.0.., white ear $1.75 1.77. fr Sound Hay Timothy per ton $270 30, clover mixed $27:!5.25, clover $21 On any of these farms you can get just the number of acres you want. It will be a pleasure to show you over these different farms. Somebody will buy a bargain. Why not you? It will be a pleasure to send you a catalogue giving full description of the farms and also description of lands in several counties for sale privately. We will also have sales on other dates than set out above. $1.0701.03. 027. Oats No. 2 white $1.1201.12, No. 3 white $1.111.UH, No. 3 mixed Wheat No. 2 red $212.S3, No. 3 red $2.70 2.78. Butter, Eggs and Poultry. llutter Whole milk creamery extras dulry COc. Eggs Kxtra firsts 45c, firsts 13c, ordinary tints 41c. Live Poultry Ilrollers, 1 lb nnd over 50 fowls. l4 lbs and over 30c; under 4 lbs 27c; roosters 18c. Live Stock. first United States Cream Separator WITH DISC BOWL THE NEW "Is built to endure Makes cream getting sure." frame with medium sized, enclosed gears, automatic oiling system nnd low crank speed stand for strength The solid onc-p!c- cc COAc, K)c, seconds 54V4c, fun-c- y Be sure to get in touch with Real Estate Headquarters, we will make you money. For further particulars send for catalogue, seo the owners of the farms, or W. E. Moss or R. H. Dever at my Danville offices, or George Swinebroad or W. A. Dickerson at my Lancaster offices. and durability. The pcrfectod bowl with fewer nnd interchangeable, unnumbered Cottlo Steers, good to cholco $13tf 18, fair to good $1013, conmrn to fair $010; heifers, good to cholco $12014, fulr to good $D12, common to fulr $5l, canuera $3!, stock heifers $r8. Calves dood to choice $14 140, fair to good $10 II, common and largo $09. cleaning and closest skimming ut ull discs insures easiest times. Come and see R. H. CHRISMAN Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man Lancaster, Kentucky Kheei Good to cholco $07, fair to good $100, common $203, lambs, good to choice $17017X0, fulr to good $14017. Hogs 010.25, Selected heavy shippers $10 modlura butchers $10.25, $10.25, common to cholco heavy fat sows $0012.50, light shippers $15.23, pics (110 lbs and leteO SIM 12. Berea, Kentucky July in, 1020. THE CITIZEN Pago Seven SUNMSOWOL1 (Hr HKV. I. H. FITZWATEFl, D. D., Teachrr of Knutlih Iilbla In the Moody IIIMe Initllule of ChlrnKo.) (Corytlhl. Illl, Wottrn Nw.Ppr Unto.) MY LADY INCOGNITO Home Life By ItEV. OTIS G. DALE, D.D. of Men, Moody Illblt Initltute, Chlcito. By MILDRED (Copyright, 1911, M. BASTION. Lesson Byndlcate.) by McClure Newtpaptr RuptrlnUnittnt TI1XT For I know him, that he will command his children and his household DAVID SUCCEEDS SAUL AS KINO. after hlm.-O- en. 11:19. 5:1-I.KHBON THXT-- Il Bum. 1:1-CiOMJKN TKXT Trut In the Lord with nil thy hrnrt. and Itnn not upon thin LESSON FOR JULY 25 llccomn I'rov. 1 S ADDITIONAL MATI'.MAL- -I Bam. II Ham. l'lllMAHV TOl'IC-T- lie Sliphrl Hoy M-4:- lt The history of all civilization proves thnt the home Is the largest determin ing fnctor In Individual character It! it King. Kin. JUNIOIl TOPlC-llo- w David Itecame a INTKH.MKOIATI5 AND ftKNIOlt TOtMG of David's fiurrs. Th YOUNll I'KOPLH AND ADULT TOPIC True Huccri and How to Win It. The death of Snti! Iny open to David the path to tlm tlirotio. Thin would linvc rejoiced tin henrt of tunny, but Dnvld wns snd. Intcad of rewnnl being given to the slayer of Sinil, quick vengeance wns executed upon him. I, David Made King Over JudJi (2:1-1- ). lit knew full well thnt tlio Ixrd by tlic h twiil of Samuel linil anointed liltn to lie lln successor of Snul. lie lind lenrned the esontlnl lesion which tlio School of Providence wns designed to teach, tintnely, that the position now open to hi in wns no ensy one to till. Ill exile and sufferings Rave him He lind thu good sense to know that promotion to the throne did liut bring "harder duties nnd multl-idleperplexities." He threw himself upon Ood nnd naked for guidance. He rendered Instant obedience to the Lord's nnnwer. If wo are to enjoy d God's fellowship nnd blessing we must render quick obedience, lie made u d right beginning, therefore (Sod him. When he reached Hebron the men of Juduh came nnd anointed him king over them. Thus n part of the nation recognized him as king and ratified the work which Samuel did many yenni before. When David went up he took with him all who had been with hlin In exile and Buffering. They ore now sharer with him In the king, dom. When David' great win, ClirlHt, idiall enter upon hi glorious reign, those who hnvc been faithful to htm In bin rejection shnll reign with him. "If we suffer we shall aliso reign with (II Tim. 2:12); "To him thnt hire." overcomvth will I grunt to sit with toe In my throne, even as I also overcame, nnd am set down with my father In till throne." (Itev. 3:21). II. David's Behavior Toward the (2:4-7Men of Jabesh-GlleaTlio men of Jabesh owed much to Saul (I Sam. 11), nnd they showed this recognition of debt by mnklng n daring dash to rescue his body from the Ignominious exposure nt Hethle-hem- . Dnvld's act of sending men to Jabesh with n message of gooI will for their affectlonnte remembrance ol Snul Is an exhibition of his noble generosity. His love for the unfortunate king survived nit the Injuries which he suffered lit his hands, lie forgave nnd forgot them all. This wus an net of politico! shrewdness n.s well ns n generous one. In fnct the only jkiIIcj which proves effective Is thnt which proceeds from n generous henrt. He deftly follows this generous commendation with n sollcitudo for the men of Jabesh to transfer their loyalty to himself, since he Is now theli legal king. Slnco Snul Is now dead, he urges them to be valiant for him. In Tlew of tho civil wnr which was to follow ho knew It would ropilro vnll-nn- t men to stnnd by God's king. Thli appeal to be vnllanf Is needed now, foi we are all culled ujHin to take sldei between God's appointed king, Jesus Christ, nnd Satnn, the pretender to the throne. May Christ's appeal result In making us faithful nnd valiant foi him. III. Tho Dual Klnodom War the House of Saul and the House of David (2:8-1:1This twrlod of civil wnr lasted seven and n half yeurs. .Most of the trlbei of Isrnel clung to Ishboshoth, Saul'l son, whom Abner had proclaimed klug nt Mnhnnnlm. Feuds continued between tho rival generals. Duvld'i power Increased while thnt of Hhbos-lieth'wnned. King Oyer Crowned IV. David United Israel (5:1-5Though tho struggle, for supremncj lasted long and was a bitter one, death and Ishhosheth's assassination put tin end to David's opposition. David's behavior during this time gradually won for him tho confidence of the tribes so that Uiey all came to him at Hebron and nnolnted him us their king. They accepted his dlvlno right to rule (v. 3). The reasons for anointing him their king were: 1. Ho Is their brother (v. 1). This Is true of Christ our King. Through the incarnation ho has become ono with us. 2. Ho was their true leader In war, even In Snul's time (v. 2). 3. Ho wns the Lord's choice (v. 2). pros-jH-red ). 2). s ). Ab-ner- 's life. and social Tho character of tho Individual, nnd therefore his plnco In tho system, Is determined by the teaching nnd Influences that are thrown about htm In the home. The family hns upon It the stnmp of dlvlno origin It nnd blessing. Is so sacred In Its nature thnt Its vnrlous relations nro used ns tho symbols of mnn's relntlon to Ood. (lod hns chosen to call himself our "Father" and he speaks of his people ns his "children." The family hns In It tho germ of every soclnl nnd political problem. Thero nro n few basic principles which If thoroughly Inculcnted In the home would solvo nil our complicated social problems. These nre (1) respect for rightful authority, (2) proper rognrd for the rights of others, (3) duties of helpfulness to the wenk nnd unfortunnte, (4) Industry coupled with economy, (5) fenr of Ood. In the first plnce, home Is the place to teach resMct for authority nnd the principles of obedience. Parents stnnd so-rl- for lationships furnish opjiortunlty for teaching the first lessons regarding the rights nf others. If family life Is properly ordered, pnrents will recognize the rights thnt exist between them nnd their children, nnd children will be taught to respect the rights of their parents nnd of their brothers nnd sisters. Selfishness nnd will not be permitted; domineering habits of thought and nctlnn, overreaching and the rights nnd privileges of others In the same little community, will not bo permitted, nnd being required to observe these proper relationships within the home will mnko It resonably certain that they will not disregard proper relationships out In tho world. In tho third place, the presence of younger ones or of the wenk, sick or unfortunnte ones In the home could be used for developing a sense of duty toward nil such ns they nre found In g ovcr-rlding children, nnd while this authority y should never be exercised In tin manner. It Is vltnlly necessary to tho character of the child, to the Integrity of the home, to tho security of the soclnl system, thnt n child from his earliest dnys should bo taught to recognize the nuthorlty vested In his pnrents, nnd to obey without question. In the second plnce, the family renrbl-trar- ultimate authority over their principles Is of the greatest Importance of nil, tho teaching of tho fear of Ood. I speak of It ns tho "fear of Ood" because that Is the root Iden of all morality nnd religion. There Is no substantial foundation for moral training outside of religion. Precepts t never secure performnnce. If we offer something by wny of motive, stronger nnd better thnn to say, "do right bccntiso It Is right," wo shnll accomplish nothing In tho wny of moral education. If tho child Is tnught to honor tho inw of Ood ns represented In tho nuthorlty of parents nnd In his written Word, ns o mnn ho will not complicate any social enn-no- society generally. Again, common home tasks nnd the living plans of every household furnish opportunity to tench lessons of Industry nnd economy to tho young which mny bo nf very great vnluo to them all their lives. Today our whole system Is cursed with Incompetency, unreliability, Inzlness. extrnvngance, wnsteftilness. habits of life which hnve conic from the failure of tho home to tnctilcnto the right principles of Industry nnd economy. Hut tho last named of the general Ono said. Convince n human soul. Evil Begins Slowly. him there Is no Clod. Another said, We are not worse at onco : tho course Is no immortality nnd no Trove there of evil begins slowly. truth In tho IHble. Hut still another hltn that there Is suggested, Convlnco Knell of Lost Opportunity. no hurry about nil carrying out his The knell of lost opportunity Is Det And tho devil gave good resolutions. er tolled In this life. that ono tho prize. Bishop TulboL Procrastination. Procrastination U helping tho devil righteousness In the In retarding world. Itemember that legend of how bo summoned his Imperial staff and offered n reword to tho member who land. would suggest tho best way to destroy problem. Kvery consideration of Individual and social welfare points to tho necessity of toncliing children religion; not tho mere facts about religion, but tho teaching of religious experience nnd thnt from earliest childhood at home. It Is God's wny, who said concerning his nnrlent Inws, 'Thou shalt tench them diligently unto thy children nnd thou shnlt talk with them when thou slttest In thy house." Saving the homo must bo a matter of religion, the religion of Jesus Christ lived nnd tnught ns set forth In tho Chrlstlnn Scriptures, In the everyday life of pnrents, nnd mndo a part of that life of tl) home, so that It becomes nlso tho experlenco of the children. This alone can saro In any considerable mensuro the lifts of the coming generation for Ood and native Jack Perry nnd Mlrlnm Shelby hnd grown up together In the little Southern town as ptnymates. On the day when Jack hod been sent North to nt tend school, and Inter college It had been a and nnd parting. For carving their Initials on n tree In the old garden where they had spent so many happy hours, Jack mndo a solemn promise to, somo day In the nenr future, return nnd mnrry Miriam. Neither ever forgot that promise. In New York, several years later, Jack Perry graduated from college with honors, anil therein began his career, from which soclnl nffulrs were not barred. While n guest at n weekend party ho met the Only Girl. She wns n young nnd beautiful actress of Southern birth, who hnd recently come North seeking fame and fortune. She Immediately acquired both. As soon as Jack saw her he fell In love with her. But not once did he forget his promise to Miriam, whom he had not seen since his sad parting with her, nnd of whom he remembered nothing except that she had always been n pretty, agreeable child. Then enme one day when he nsked vlvnclous little Mnrlon Stevens, the actress, to become bis wife, nnd she accepted. A little Inter, In a happy burst of confidence he told her of his mnd promise to his childhood sweethenrt. Hut he hastened to explain that snld promise could not In any wny bind hltn to Mlrlnm, and thnt he could easily fix It up with her nnd she would understand It nil perfectly. lattRh ns he Ho gnve a said this last Hut Miss Stevens' pret-t- y face darkened with displeasure ns she listened to Jack. Then she proceeded to give him her cnndld opinion oT his actions, which opinion wns Indeed unflattering. She finished her scolding by telling htm to go bock Immediately to the girl to whom he had given first choice of his heart. Jack remonstrated, but she refused to listen and at last he grumbllngly obeyed. Thus It was that a week later found Jack cn route for the South, Miss Stevens having left for pnrts unknown a few days before. Manlike he tried to comfort himself by the thought that Miriam, his first choice, might still be very attractive, and might not regret that choice. Dut somehow he could not rid hlmielf of the picture of Mnrlon Stevens with her wealth of golden hair nnd her large blue eyes. That bewitching picture continued to linger In his young heart. It was with a sigh that he descended at length to the platform of the dusty little station in his home town and looked about for Miriam and some sort of conveyance. He expected to see a graceful, flowerlike creature glide out Into the sunshine to greet him. He gave a start of surprise when he saw Instead the e carriage, driven stately old by an old darkey. On the back sent of the conveyance he saw a small, girl. She wore a prim, plain gray dress and her shoes were broad of toe and low of heel. On tho top of her yellow hair, which wns parted In the middle nnd drawn tightly back from her forhead In one long, yellow braid was perched n small, ludicrous hat. Her features, especially her eyes, were disfigured by large dark glasses. Instinctively Jack knew this was Miriam, .and his heart sank. One day, thinking to draw her out of her shell of cold reserve, Jack offered to take Mlrlnm for a ride In the one automobile that the town possessed. They were speeding along outside of the town when Jack, for the first time heard his companion Indulge In a long, silvery laugh. Startled, he looked at her, meanwhile forgetting to steer In his surprise. He drove the car straight Into tho foot of a tree, tho Impact knocking them both from the car, badly shakon but unhurt Jack regained his feet first and crossed to his companion to help her but she was safe and sound; In fact, she was sitting on the ground, her body shaking with uncontrollable laughter. Jnck simply stared at tho change that hnd taken place In her, for her disfiguring glasses hnd fallen off, showing her frank blue eyes to an advantage, and her loosened hair had fullen about her shoulders In a cascade of golden ripples. Jack recognized In Miriam the girl who was known In New York as Marlon Stevens, and cried out her name. But tho girl on tho ground shook her rretty head, saying: "No; hen I'm Just plain Miriam Shelby, although I was known by that other name up North. You see," she said, rising and coming toward him, "when I was of age, I attended a school of dramatic art, nnd later, with a recommendation of past successes In bark of me, I started out seeking more fame, and I met you. I recognized yon Immediately, though you didn't remember me, I guess. When I heard your rerslon of your promise to poor deluded me, and how confidently you expected everything to turn out for your own benefit, and thought all could bo easily fixed up with 'Miriam,' and thnt you would enjoy yourself here and then return to your 'Marion. I determined to use my art In teaching you a lesson, by upsetting your state of mind for the time being. So, hero I am," she finished. "Well, you certainly turned the trick of frightening me somewhat," Jack sigh of relief as he grinned with took Miriam In his arms. Their silence on the return trip that afternoon was not, as before, one of d two-hors- 1 Mrs. Peter Oleson of Cloqnct, Minn., one of the women lenders who mndo n distinct Impreton on the 2 L'nnblc to procure Inborers, girls nnd business men assist In street repair at Democratic national convention. Pctnluma, Cnl. 3 from the 0. S. with "Old Glory" wildly ncclalmed In the streets of Prague. Czecho-Slovnks NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS Columbia Wills to Have Editor a Guide During Next as Four Years. VIEWED AS GOOD EXPERIMENT An Apathetic Campaign Likely to Warm Up Doings of Republican Leaders Trade Restrictions With Russia Lifted Mexico More Tranquil Spa Conference and Foreign Affairs. By E. F. CLIPSON. America, ever resourceful and willing to try anything once, hns shown the spirit of true democracy by going to various professions for Its presidents. The Urst one was a civil engineer, and since his time the White House hits been occupied by lawyers, diplomats, professional politicians, a planter, sol. dlers, a tailor, two college presidents, one of whom nlso preached a little, and the other of whom practiced law a lit tle, and several others who nt various times In their careers were Identified with trail blazing, farming, legislating and the Inw. Now the supreme experiment Is to be tried, for Ohio, mother ol presidents, has produced twins, nnd. singularly enough, both nre newspaper men. The claim has long come from various sources that the newspapers run the country, so nothing Is more logical than an editor as chief executive. Hairing accidents or the totally un expected, either Editor Harding or Ed itor Cox will sit In the presidential chair March 4, 1021. The consensus of opinion gathered from public expressions nnd the news of the day, Is thnt It Is nn experiment worth trying. No very pronounced evidences of worship for cither candidate seem manifest nf yet In the great body of the electorate but thnt Is a condition In keeping with the editorial personality and mny easily change as the campaign warms up. Until the day of signed news articles and editorials changed the condition slightly, the newspaper mnn hns been a somewhat submerged voluntarily submerged personality. He has been a most potent leader and director in his quiet way, but seldom for him the heroic role. He has created many heroes, but little hero worship has come to him. His Ideals would not admit of 1L Clnclnnntus patiently plowing Is more Idenl In tho general newspaper creed than Clnclnnntus leading armies. Now the editor gets In front of Instead of behind tlio calcium's bright glare The public will, metaphorically, see two editors nt least, stripped to their very souls; but us each has had somo stripping In state politics the ordeal will be less severe. Also, tho professional halo makers, In this case the political managers of tho two candidates, will soon bo enlarging upon the nobility of the editorial culling and the qunlltles which It entails. Already the halos nro In tho molds and before November It Is safo to assert, both candidates will be heroes to their respective followers, although at present they nre Just representative citizens, with considerable edge In ability over tho nverage. Tho exaltation will extend, In some degree, to the wholo newspaper profession, and some there aro who think this will not be a good tiling. Anyway, after next March tho people will have an opportunity to see how an editor, who never fulls to tell how the country should bo run, will run It himself. The. aftermath of tlio Democratic convention has not been greatly dissimilar to that of tho Republican conclave The bulk of party sentiment, with tho exception of the naturally disgruntled, seems Inclined to abide by Governor Cox, Just us the bulk of Ilepubllcan sentiment abides by Senator Harding. Hean splllers havo been active In both parties and Nicholas Murray Butler, In his attacks on the forces of corruption, did not say any more, Indeed not as much, as William Jenutter-slicenings Bryan, In has said along tho same strain. level-heade- d s, As pointing to nn assurance, or one If with thee two notable exceptions, which the authorities are attempting the start of the campaign seems npn to crente. Is the recent statement from , there Is plenty of time for It to Mexico City thnt the government Is warm up. ready to protect the Interests of business men In tho republic, whether Ilepubllcan leaders meeting In Chi- they nre Mexicans or foreigners. Mexcago the day after the Democratic naico presents nn appearance of Imtional convention, decided to make the proved tranquility, but the question Illinois city the principal headquarters whether It will continue Is nn open of the party nnd to wage the campaign one. As nn Intimation of the degree Inrgely west of the Alleghenles. The of faith attaching to the promises of nomlnntlon of Cox come ns a surprise Villa and others of his kind, comes the to the leaders as they had planned n government announcement that there cnmpnlgn ngnlnst JIcAdoo. They an- will be no relaxing of vigilance against nounced, however, thnt the Issues rebels. would not be materially affected, the chief fight being centered on the The Spa conference, which has been Lengue of Nations, with Democratic endeavoring to fix the amount Gerconduct of the war and reconstruction many shnll pay In reparations, settle secondary Issue. It was also decided the disarmament question a and other to frown upon any attempt to Introproblems of the peace treaty, develduce tho wet and dry question Into the oped Into a session of much difficulty. national cnmpalgn or to make the per- From the outset the utiles showed nn sonality of the candidates n prominent outwnrdly united front, with little apfactor. Independence of action, but at parent Inclination toward leniency. the same time the fullest Lloyd George especially showed a firm between the national committee and exterior nnd even a very peremptory congressional comthe senatorial nnd attitude In dealing with the German mittees Is planned, with the national delegates. Indications, however, were committee keeping out of all state not lacking of Internal dissension and rows such as those In Illinois nnd MisIndecision nmong the allies. The Gerability of Govsouri. The mans sought to mitigate the provision ernor Cox ns n campaigner mny cause of the treaty calling for disarmament Senator Harding to depart from his and the reduction of their forces. announced Intention to stick principalclnlm was thnt Internal condireceptions. If the for- Their prevented ly to front-yartions their carrying out the mer goes on the stump. terms of the clnuse In the time specified; nlso thnt In view of recent trouAnnouncement by he state depart- bles nnd the danger of recurrence, and) ment of the United States of the liftthe Russian menace, It was unwise to ing of trade restrictions with Russia do so. One stumbling block wns over came unexpectedly. Since Secretary of the question of titles and small arms State Colby had stated Just before his which the German soldiers carried to departure for San Francisco that no their homes after the conclusion of the action wns of Immediate prospecL H war, an action abetted by the governIs regarded as n recently adopted polwhich, It hns been charged, expressly ment and icy. The announcement has been utilized by the German austates that no recognition of the soviet thorities ns the basis for a big citizen government Is Implied and that Indimilitary organization still very danviduals and corporations trading with gerous to the peace of Europe. Russia must do so at their own risk Internal friction among tho allies, expect assistance or and nre not to which It was sought to keep hidden, protection from consular authorities; was due to disagreement over a divialso that the post ofllce department sion of reparations and the spoils of will be unable to accept mall to soviet war. Itnly, Serbia and Belgium have Russia and that goods cannot be foreach claimed priorities, while the alwarded by parcel post. Materials for to be mndo France and Engwar purposes continue under the ban lotments for some time constituted a land have and the stnte department will continue delicate phase In the relations of those to refuse passports for Russia. The two countries and has affected the atmeans In effect that announcement toward them of the other alpersons or corporations desiring to titude lies. The allies delivered an ultimatrade with Russia may do so by deal- tum to the effect that Germany must ing with soviet agents In the United disarm by Oct. 1, or suffer an occupaStates or In other countries. The state tion of her territory. department warns American citizens ngnlnst the risks Incident to the acmenace bolshevik The Russian ceptance of commodities or other looms more strongly over western Euvalues which may later be brought Inrope, with Poland not only to question. It Is explained that the weakening but In a reported near state of United States docs not recognize the under the red offensive and seekvalidity of Industrial or commercial ing nn armistice, Germany thus beconcessions granted by an existing comes the barrier and Is more strongly Russian authority. Insistent on an amellorlntlon of tho pence treaty which will permit her, InAs a winding up of ono of the probof nn army of 100,000 men, one lems growing out of the war, over stead of 200,000, or even considerably larger. $150,000,000 of property seized as enemy owned durlug the conlllct. Is now Tho view has considerable support In England ana France that the reds ore ready to be returned under qualificaat present more dangerous than an tions provided for In the amendment might be a to the trading with tho enemy act, armed Germany and that It during the closing dnys of the good move to penult tho Germans to passed relarger last congress. Among those who mny keep they willmilitary forces If In dam the soviet tide. It obtain the release of their property turn condition nre American women who married Polnnd's reported, Is really so desperIt leaves General ate us enemy diplomats, enemies, nllen Wrangel, who is battling the bolshev-laliens who were Interned, citizens of from the Crimean peninsula north-warnew nations created from enemy territho reds' only opponent of Imtory by the treaty of peace, women of portance. He recently has had some allied or neutral countries who margreat successes, Including the wiping ried enemy subjects, and Americans out or capture of two Russian cavalry who were forced to remain In Gercorps ; but with Poland out of commismany during the wnr. Property mistakenly seized will also bo returned sion, tho military machine which crumpled thnt country nnd nlso swept nwny and American creditors are permitted Kolchnk, Denlklno und Semcnoff, mny to bring claims against enemy debtors be expected to make rather short work whose property wus seized. tin-ticwell-know- n d col-lap- so kl d, of Wrangel. eld reserve. Tho advance of tho Greek forces) agnlnst tho Turkish nationalists has hand come reports that Frunclsco Villa been so rapid that resistance Is said to has entered Into an armistice with the have been largely overcome. A Juncnew government nnd agreed to cease tion of tke Greeks operating In the attacks on trains, garrisons nnd towns. Smyrna area with others operating This Is In direct contravention of n from Pandemia on tho Sea of Mardays, manifesto Issued a short time ago by mora, estimated to require 15Musta-ph- a ten of Villa's generals. Including bis has been effected In 11 days. Kemul, the Turk leader, Is said to chief of staff, and a number of civilians, that war on the new regime have been reduced to tho necessity of conducting a guerrllln warfare. Ameriwould be continued. The burden of the manifesto wus that tho Obregon cans throughout tho wnr area are now und De La Huertu government Is tlio said to be sufe. A Fourth of July celebration was held by Americuus In Conproduct of u military coup and, attempting to ostubllsh Itself with the stantinople to the accompaniment ot British warships bombarding the nasame passions, Jealousies, ambitions tionalists ot various points lu the utid mistakes as of old, will be impoand Sea of Marmora. tent to restore peace In the country. somewhat reduced scale, continue On Reports of banditry, but on In from Mexico. a to filter the other Hoe-phor- us Pago Eight THE CITIZEN July 15, 1920 East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No con , Annual FIDDLERS' Meeting AT BEREA, KY. The Progress Club will hold a meeting ot "Old Time Fiddlers," at the College Tabernacle, on Friday evening, August 13, 1910. The first prize is Fifty Dollars, the second is Thirty Dollars, and the third is Twenty Dollars. The number of contestants for these three prizes is limited to fifteen. Also a prize of Ten Dollars will be given to the fiddler who plays the best tunc with accompaniment. The number of contestants for this prize is limited to six. The Club will pay the railway (arc (not to exceed ten dollars) of all fiddlers who play at the meeting, but not the fare of their accompanists. The awarding of the prizes will be left to a vote ol the fiddlers who take part in the program. It you wish to take part in the contest write for particulars to ALSON BAKER, Herca, Kentucky. Hutcliins went to Wilinoth Chapel last Sunday, whero he gavo two Bible lectures to a good-sizcrowd of people. James Hollon will move to Indiana. We hate to give Jim nnd his good wife up. ed Berea College Hospital est Equipment ami Service nt lowest Cost. Wards for Men and for Women. Private Koomi, Hath, Klectric Sendee. Sun-Parlo- Surgery, Cnre in Child-birth- , pondrnc ptihtlihwl untM ilamrd In full hr t writer. TJia nam an crldcnc of rood faith. Writ plainly. It not for publication, but GENERAL Eye, Nose and Ear PRACTICE , C omt in and vlilt an eitablMiment, which U a friend In need, and In reach of all the people. ' JACKSON COUNTY Parrot Hny making Parrot, July 12and oat harvesting is the orcuna Hon with most of Hie farmers in this part at present. Oals arc good but there is a very liglil crop of - appointment at Clear Creek Church Beulah Lewis is nt home from a last Saturday and Sunday. Miss visit in Tennessee. Colonel MeniJuan, Hart was the guest of Miss fee and wife are visiting friends Nannie Swinford Sunday. Mr. and and relatives near Wildie. Will of Wildie, and Miss Mrs. Sil SnVarcr were the- guests Ballinger of Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Svinford. Myrtle Johnson of Berea, wore marThursday. We have plenty of ried last Friday a week ago. Wo Herd peaches and blackberries, but apples welcome this fine couple to our Herd, July 9. The farmers of are scarce. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. town. There has been several this vicinity arc very busy taking Mullins. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hart, people from Wildie attending tho caro of their wheat and grass. and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Swinford Chautauqua at Mt. Vernon. EveryHam Farmer, who has been nt Hambody says it is line. Tho Wildie ilton, 0.. for some time, is witli were visiting at the home of Mr. school will begin July 20. Everyhome folks again. James Madden, of and Mrs. R. A. Swinfrod, Sunday. body is invited to the Sunday-scho- ol Hamilton, 0.. was visiting his paat Wildie at 10:30 every Sunday Rockford rents, Mr. and Mrs. Hoberl Madden, morning. Rockford. July t!. Wc are bavins a few days last week. James Davis, of Hamilton, 0., was visiting liis some very rainy weather at this MADISON COUNTJT unele, H. C. Ward, a few days last time. Farmers have lots of plowing Harts week. Mrs. Lucy Ward and daugh- to do yet before laying by corn. Harts, July C Everybody in this ter, Bcuna, of London, and Mrs. Rev. W. C. Bryant, of Carlersville. neighborhood is laying by corn Lizzie Amyx and son, Clifford, of preached at Scaffold Cano Baptist Livingston, spent last week with Church today at 11:000 o'clock.,!. crops and planning to can lots of Mr. and Mrs. George Amyx. Mr. and W. Gatliff has a lot of clover hay blackberries. Maurico Hammond Is spending n few days with relatives Mrs. I. S. McGeorgo was visiting down taking the rain. Rev. E. G. Childress and E. 0. Strange were here. C J. Lako has been sick but at Burning Springs last Saturday night and Sunday. Miss Bitha Hol-co- in this section last week writing is belter. Myrtlo Gadd is visiting . Gadd. Twonty- of Nathan, spent last Wed insurance. J. M. Bullen has re- her uncle, R. nesday night with Mrs. E. B. Flan- - ceived his insurance check for $108(1 thrco of tho young folks of this OWSLEY COUNTY C. M. Canfleld has sold his farm placo went on a wagon parly to nery. Misses Myrtle and Icy FarTravelers Rest Robes Mountain, Sunday, chape- -j mer returned homo last Friday, af- in Scaffold Cano to Chas. Preston. Travelers lift, July 12. -- Bountl roncd by Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Brown- fill crops nre expected on account ter a visit with relatives Mrs. Spencer Abney is suffering in Lexington. John and Riley Simp- very much with a goitre. She is ing. T. J. Lake and family spent all of Hie splendid rains. Miss Eliza Kingston son, who have been employed at being treated by a Mt. Vernon phy- day at tho homo of Wm. Anderson beth Hemphill attended Chautnuqii'i Hamilton, 0., arc with home folks sician. W. C. Viars has moved his of Silver Creek, Sunday. Tho Utile'4' Kingston, July 12. Mrs. Ray nt Hoonoville and reported a splenchild of Burley Lam-ha- rt Mainous and son. Vernon, left did program for the day'. Rev. 0. S again. Several from this place at saw mill on Wm. Linvillc's farm, died Sunday morning, Juno 27. Thursday for a short visit with Watson filled his reirular appoint where he expects to do a lot of tended the picnic at Annvillo last Miss Mna McClure, of Indiana, relations in Owsley County. Mr. menl here the llrsl Sunday. Rc Sunday, and all report a largo sawing. Several peoplo aro planning on building tobacco barns. Several is visiting her bister, Mrs. Forest nnd Mrs. Roy Hudson of Ohio aro.iinrv.. Hnnvnr iir..nr.i.,.,i nt crowd and a nice time. ' from around hero made a business T"l(ll-- i n n visiting tneir wouier, Lawrence, Oak Sunday. Travelers Rest School trip to Berea, last week. Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrenco begins July 12. V Rood number Bond Bobtown Powell spent Sunday with Mr. nndrom here 'attended the funeral o. Bond, July 8. We aro having lots In) f mi'M Till. I T? Tn..n . I rt.n titlinnl .n,l 1 M. Mary Waller Evans of Green Hall Sunof showers and corn is growing Goochland nicely. Oats, meadows and potatoes Goochland, July 12. Wo aro hav- oafs look well since tho rain. Jas-- ! Hill's mother and father were day. Walter was killed in Dayton, per Powell is slowly improving. visiting her Sunday. Homer Hib- - O.. by an automobile, which ran are good. The wheat crop is light ing some nice rains at present. S'ovcral from this vicinity at- The crops look fine. Oals are fairly Mrs. Joo Crceknioro and daughter bard left Friday for a short visit over his body. He was the son tended the funeral of Mrs. E. L. good and are about ready to harvest. and Mr. and Mrs. Mat Baker of Big in Clay County. Miss Ayleen Main- or Mrnnd Mrs. R. E. Evans nnd Mullins at Buffalo, Sunday. Funeral Old corn is scarco and high. Corn Hill, spent today with Mr. and Mrs ous spent from Thudsday until was a good and lovable boy. He will be sadly missed by It is host services will be held at the Green plowing is nearly done. A largo Isaao Burns. Mrs. John Chapel, of Saturday of last week in Berea. Hill Baptist Church, Sunday, Aug- attendance at Sunday-soho- ol at Ohio, who is visiting her mother, Mr. and Mrs. jWm. iMainous of of friends. The bereaved ones have ust 8, in memory of Mrs. Julia Sycamore last Sunday; the session Mrs. Georgo Burns, is on tho sick Berea spent Sunday with their our heartfelt sympathy. Harris, who died last winter or in- are very interesting. A. P. Gabbard list. Mrs. Tom Guess has returned daughter, Mrs. Luther Hamilton. Major Major, July M. We are still fluenza. The County Board of Edu- is planning on going out on a drum- home from a visit in Ohio. Mrs. Mack Maupin and family were tin cation met Monday, July 5, and em- ming trip tliis week. J. W. Abrams Jennie Whitlock was tho guest of gliosis of Ray Mainous last Sunday. having good Sunday-scho- ol at Union Ayleen 'Mainous entertained a Chapel. Mr. nnd Mrs. Gentry ployed n. 0. Cornelius, of Peoples, passed through our town on his way Mrs. Jim Ncely on Tuesday. W. R. on as supervisor and truant officer for to Cooksburg yesterday. John Bar- Bengo is with his son, E. P. Bongo. few of her friends Friday nighL visited their parents, G. W. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Burns weto Scale, the week-en- d. this county. Mr. Cornelius has had leycorn keeps making moonshine, Tom Wadle, Willigus Tircy and Carlo Davld- Blue Lick fifteen years experience as a teacher and corn is scarce and high, and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arthur JackBluo Liok, July 12. Good rains son nre back from Ohio on a fur- in the public schools He received some peoplo can not get what they son today. havo greatly accelerated tho growth loiiph at present. Miss Mao Grlf-- of his training as a teaohcr in the ought to havo to cat. Cannot thi3 Dreyfus nth, of Rivcrvicw, attended Berea College and the Sue Bennett bo slopped? all vegetation in this section. at Dreyfus, July 0. Peoplo aro gel-ti- ng ol and grass aro practically all Memorial School of London. Mr. at Union, Sunday. along fine with their crops in cut and stacked. Cool pleasant Willie Roberts returned from Berea .Cornelius will make a good officer Harmony this part of tho country. Eliza- weather affords Head conditions for j Monday. On tho day of his and wo expect a largo increase in Hnrmony, July 12. Wo are having beth Carr, of Hamilton, 0 and Ona picking, which Is tho chief rival he was hired as tho teacher tho percent of attendance in our fliio season hero; everything in his homo school, which ho will schools this year. Tho school at the way of .vegetation Is looking Lee Chrisman of Nob Lick, wcro industry. They sell nt 30c. per gal-jthis placo will bo taught by Messrs.. fine, though a little small on ac visitors of Aunt Susio Kindred last Ion. Apples, peaches and grapes .begin teaching July 19. Wo wish Kid-wGcorgo Rader and Elbert Tcague. in abundanco will soon follow. him muoh success. Mrs. Florence count of tho wet, backward spring. week. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert nnd Bud Crutchcr wcro tho What n wiso provision In the ro-- ( Rowland and Mrs. Lou Mainous Mrs. W. D. York is still very low M. G. Hutcliins of Wallaoelon, with heart trouble. Frank Foley of Richmond, and Chas. Kiiests of Juno Lain, Sunday. Mrs. lation of crops, each one coming in have been on tho sick list for a S. Rowland mado n Hutcliins of Cynthlana wcro hero Amanda Puckett gavo the young lis own especial season, giving, few days.-- J. Kirby Knob last week on business. J. B. nnd folks a parly last Friday night in ample time for its preservation, j Hying trip to Cincinnati. Mrs. Cyn Kirby Knob, July 19.-- Rev. Louis L. Hutcliins, of Danville, wcro honor of her nelce, Miss Lucilo The samo conditions are equally thin Ponder has moved back lo hor Van Winkle filled his regular ap- here last week, looking after somo Johnsortj of Brassfleld. Bro. fVan applicable to all phases of human litllo home to llvo with her daughpointment at this placo Saturday legal business. Mrs. Albert Wilson, Winklo filled his regular appoint- life. "First the blade, then tho enr, ter. Miss M inter. and Sunday. Thcro was an les of New York City, is visiting her ment at tho Baptist Church of then tho full corn In the ear." Island City Dreyfus last Sunday, with a largo "Who finds not Providence wiso in Island City, July 12. Lawronco cream supper at tho schoolhouse brother and sister-in-laMr. and nil it gives and all It denies." All King was quioily married to Miss Saturday night. Tho proceeds will Mrs. J. C. Wilson. Walter nnd Vir- attendance. y Silver Creek meeting with a sumptuous Lillian Brewer of Sturgeon, July 8. bo used for tho benefit of tho gil Roberts of Stanford were hero Silver Creek, July 5. Mrs. Joo basket dinner was held at tho Gladca; Tho Rov. A. D. Bowman officiated. school. Mrs. Sim Hoobs has been Saturday and visiting at G. B. Col- seriously ill. but is somo better. son's. Simon Tankersloy, an ox- Adams has relumed to her homo in chtiroh, July 11. "Brothers Free- - May long llfo and happiness fol- Mrs. Curt Kelly, who has been seri- snlillnp In (lin MVii-l-l D nay's1- gasollno Wni. nri, I n Colorado. Tho publio school will man and Hudspeth delivered splen low thcm.-Jo- hn hero July lOth.-Fr- ank Powell did sermons. A protracted meet mill is In operation. Homer Morously ill, is improving. Aron Powell fine vouncr man. nnd Mis, nil In left Sunday for Ohio to seek em- Mcrida, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. has returned from Slato Lick, and is ing will begin at tho Glades Christ-Ia- n ris has beon with homcfolks but ployment. The rains aro making Anlna Merida, were quietly mar- planning on putting up a new house. Church July 15, with Brother has returned fo resumo his work crops look fine. Rev. J. W. Rich- ried at the homo of W. M. C. Hut-chiMasters as officiating evangelist. in Ohio. Oscar Morris Is holding a Wallaceton Wo anticipate n glorious meeting. position with Leo Conglcton nt presardson was a visitor at J. D. Hat- last week. Rev. W. M. C Wallaccton, July 12. John May?, Bro. Masters is a genius. Tho dry-c- st ent. John Baker of Soxlon Creek of Arkansas, was visiting his sistexts from his lips, liko Aaron's called on Robert PrHxhard Friday. ter. Mrs. A. J. KIdil, last week. Mr. rod, aro mado to bud and blossom Slnco tho specialist took tho and Mrs. Ed Hamilton and two witli instructive feeling; humor nnd shot from behind the oyo of R. J. daughters, Nina and Elizabeth, pathos alternate in his ecclesiasti Bowman, his oyo seems to ho gainmotored through from Loulsvillo to cal symbols, administering tho trtio ing In strength. Tho Instructions is made of best wheat and by , visit Mr. Hamilton's sister, Mrs. J. comfort and Joy that can only oomo to tho grand Jury by Hon. John W. Wallace, ami other friends. through tho religion of Jesus Christ. Eversolo at this term of court was mott improved methods- Misses. Clara Bowlin, Grace and Come and hear him. Risslo Mainous stiro interesting. Men who vlolato Dora Gentry were visiting Mrs. of Herea, accompanied by her nelce, tho law should lake heed, Ezra and Taylor Botkln, of Walnut Meadow. Florence Roberts, of Major, Ows- Bill Margraves wcro tho guests of Monday of last week, Mrs. A. J, ley County, spent Saturday night at tho Misses Jessie and Grova BowFor Sale By All Grocers Kidd and her brother, Mr. Mays, the homo of L. J. Flannery. Mr. man, Saturday evening. Tho grand R. L. POTTS & SON ' Wkitct Statioa, Kjr. aro visiting tholr aged parents In nnd Mrs. Bart Ambroso and Mrs. Jury roturned over ono hundred In Ffccme 156-- 3 Miss Emrla Wal- Wm. Mainous, of Berea, were visit dictments at this term of court.tho mountains. lace accompanied her uncle, Mr. ors at Bluo Lick last week. Bert If tho law Is not enforced against two-weeks' 1 hay. Corn is high and scarce, sell ing for $2.50 per bushel. A boy was born lo Mr. anil Mrs. Sanloy Couch on last Thursday, called Mat Cunagin nnd family have moved to Altamont. Felix Parker got kicked with n plow and was hurt very badljv Oscar Wyatt and family came in from Hamilton. 0., (his week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gabbard last week, a little girl named Mollie Beatrice. Sieve. Gabbard was called home last Friday from Atlanta, where he was at work, to see his sick child. Wo have been visited by very heavy Lighteleolrical storms recently. ning struck a Iree near Jas. David son's Pino Thicket house one day last week, giving the occupants a sevcro shock Mm. Rachel Prico and son, Dee, visited Lucy Summers of Carico last week. Hi-m- field's Saturday night and Sunday. Flora and China Click spent Saturday night with Mrs. Hob Smith. Mrs. F.lmer Hunt and her sister, Mary Hicknell, visiled Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Johnson on Saturday night and Sunday. Glyndon Click spent Sunday of last week with his aunt. Mrs. Henry Lengfellner, nnd visited the home of his uncle, J. It. Click, Sunday night. Mrs. Andy Thomas nnd children visited her sister, Mrs Hi ley Stewart, from Friday until Sunday of last week. Miss Sadio Powell has returned home from Battle Creek and will teach school in her home district. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Big Clear Creek Korrrt II. Cowtitv, M.O.. Phrdclan Harlan Dudley, M.D., Physician Mahoarkt S. Grant, M. O., I'hrjlclsn Lonoacrk, R.N., Superintendent Jim Mary kllik millicr, K.N,, Head Nunc wi n CHANGE IN RATES Ilcglnntng M.irch I, the rates for hoard and room of private pitlenU will be $15 to $S per week. The rates for pstlenU cared for In the ward will remain the lame ft per da. Order of Prudential Committee, Herea College j Hamilton, homo for a short visit. Miss Grace Gentry is nursing Mrs. Chester Long nnd baby, of Paint Lick. Walnut Meadow Walnut Meadow, July 12. Mr. and Mrs. 0car Shoekloy. Mr. anil Mrs. Less Shockley and Mr. nnd Sirs. Joe King have been mado happy by Hie arrival of little girl babies In their homes since tho first of July. Miss Ora Carpenter of Berea spent the Fourth of July with Miss Llllle Ogg. Oscar Shockley lost a cow last week by her eating wet alfalfa. Egbert Anderson anil two of his friends attended (he Chautauqua at Richmond, July 0. The farmers are making hay and cutting grass when the weather permits. Miss Mary Moore nnd others of this community are attending tho Institute- - at Richmond this week. This year's session of our school opens Monday. July 19. with Miss Edith Tutt as teachers-M- r. and Mrs. Mike Deathers spent a few days last week with his parents, who live at Richmond. Tom Todd and family, of Paint Lick, spent Sun day with E. F. Ogg and family. John Allen and Miss Margaret Oberchnin motored to Richmond last week and were married. Mrs. spent Joe Wntson iof Wallace-totho week-en- d with her sister, Mrs. Joe King Xick" Chasteen is vlsil- inc his daughter, Mrs. F-- F. Ogg. Mis Lillie Ogg has accepted a po- silinn as tocher of Scicnco and ,,!U"Pmnwrs Jiecnanicsvjiio, 1a. ,nr i" coming year. Big Clear Creek, July 10. Farmer are busy plowing and hoeing corn. A heavy rain fell Wednesday Wildle Wildie, July tins 12. T. G. Reynolds returned home from a trip to night, which was needed very much. Indiana. His little grandson, HerRev. Durham failed to fill his mit, came home with him. Miss "J00"8'"'""?; "o civil peoplo wife, of Richmond, to loavo tho I will no lit .1... ..iii.., CI HI IO IWIIIUJf country. They aro going at largo Holy without bolng rebukcd-T- ho Panola Rollers nre In session here. Wo 12. Wo arc being Panola, July hope good man follow. Everything blessed with seasonable rains. Rev. looks prosperous in this part at Turpin and tho Rov. Edwards present. J. T. of Lexington are holding a revival la a lent here. Jimmio Bongo had one of his hands badly mutilated whllo throwing a rock at a dyna- GRASSHOPPERS MAKE mite cap. Milton Willis of Missouri FINE POULTRY FEED has been visiting relnlivcs here Ray Bengo of Richmond was the week-en- d guest of his father, John Bengo. Mrs. Myrtle Lakes was tho Especially Re'ishcd by Turkeys guet of Mrs. 0. M. Hawlings reand Guinea Fowls. cently. Mrs. Eugenia Hunter, Mrs. M. Powell ami Mrs. Mary Isaacs J. spent tho afternoon with Mrs. C. M. Fowli Consume Millions of Destructive Ilawlings, Sunday. Elizabeth Carr Insects During Course of Yes and a Miss Wooley have returned With Minimum Amount of to Hamilton after a pleasant visit to Farmers. Troubl with relnlives. Knob Liok school opened on the seventh with a good OrasMioppors nre beginning to pay attendance. Miss Anna Johnson of hlg cash dividends In North Dnkotu Brassfleld is livelier. The Rev. C. through the medium ot poultry, espeIsaacs preached at Knob Lick, Sat- cially Injurkeys nnd guinea fowls. Tim been successfully urday night and Sunday. A. J. experiment ha Agricultural collrire tried nt thp state and Elder. San Bernardino, CaU writes numerous fanner have taken the cue. relatives here of his recent illness ami narrow ecapo from death. Ho was struck by an automobile and rendered unconscious for twenty hours; he wns in the hospital for a month, hut is now about well. He will be remembered as one of Berea's pioneer residents and early students. Mrs. Mahala Roso and son. Melvin. nnd wife, were the Ktiesls of the family of Thomas Kin red. Sunday night Johnson and ..1. liillill11II VIII V Sunday. T !.(, 1 n,i Fattened Turkeys Being Market. Driven to I J Con-glet- Sun-Whe- day-scho- , , ar-be- rry of ell Wherever there nre croon fields, nnd othor O. It. (!nnve of thi agricultural college, who has conducted the xpcrtim-ntH- , nays: "It st'wns the Inexorable law of nature that wherever thcro Is somrthlne good to eat there Is something to ent It, nnd mini's exlttrncn Is a continual struggle for supremacy over th? cren-turtHint are determined to consume the food he requires." During past yenrs In North Dakota, prairie chickens, snge heni and grousn held the grasshoppers In check, nnd their plumpness nnd the delicious quality of their tnent attested to the superiority of their food. Now the prairie chickens especially are going the wny of tho buffalo, pnd Mr. Greaves wns assigned to find a substitute Ihut would keep down the Insect pests with a minimum of trouble nnd expense to the farmer. The answer Is turkeys and guineas. Mr. Greaves declares that flocks ot turkeys nnd gulnens consume millions of grasshoppers and other Insect pests, and nntumily do their own foraging. Knrly In the season the experimental flocks at the agricultural college have, grown fat and strong on the young thro ore urnshoppeni -s Insects. w, all-da- Later In the season they have re ceived the abundant exercise necessary for their proper market conditioning by chasing the elusive hoppers, have saved the field corps and provided a new, big source of Income. "Three old turkeys kept through one winter," said Mr. Greaves, "produced a flock of young turkeys tho following season which kept the fields near their housu. clear of grasshoppers, and fulfilled their destiny by gracing Thanksgiving tubles." - ! ns Blinded By Plrccrntker, Columbus. I'eter Cooulchopulo, 10 yearn old, Columbiu lad, lout his sight wtmi) a firecracker exploded In his buuiL Potts' GOLD DUST Hour BEST BY TEST Depsotone FOR YOU Your stomach and liver ar probably causing that llstl.ss Utllng, that nervous hsadacha. PKPSOTONE Tablets hav. a friendly way of removing the Impurities which causa such Ills. 25c AT YOUU DRUGGIST'S a mi laiayaMat a4fea t 4 aiaf WELCH'S DEPT. STORE