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Ftvo Cents Per Copy The citizen tle to ttae Interests of 3Eo-uxLtan People Our Threefold Aim: To Giva (ho news of norca and vicinity; to record Iho happenings of Bcroa College; lo bo of Interest to all Iho Mountain Pcoplo. HEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY 22, 1920. Ono Dollar and Fifty Cents a Year No. 4. The Germans Muit Pay with again. But thoy contlnuo lo act in a way that compels ua to dlsliko them. When tho armistice was signed thoy agrood lo Those Germans Wine Flows Freely in Boston HARDING SPEECH OF World News Paris, July 10. Tho Russian empress and her children were burned alive, after the execution of Emperor Jfioholas at Ekaterinburg, it is alleged in statements attributed to Alexis Dolrovilz, formerly courier lo the empress, published here today. Southampton, July 10. that wo woro fighting wo doalro to bo frlonds ACCEPTANCE pay for somo of tho churohos and factories and bridges and houses that they destroyed needlessly In Franco and Bolglurfl and they agreed lo givo up a part of tholr weapons or war, and reduce their nnny so that they and tho other nations would bo saved tho awful expenso of kcoplng up great military forces Just so as lo walch ono another. They havo not carried out these agreements, and tho Loaguo of Nations Is compelling Ihcm lo do so. Good for Iho Leaguo 1 A NEWKEYNOTE Republican Nominee at Notification Ceremonies Discusses Problems Confronting Nation. "HOLD HERITAGE AMERICAN NATIONALITY American A Chance to Get Rich Uut Just becauso you havo moro money than usual, you aro tpinpti'd lo spend more I It is truo that most things you havo to buy rot more. Hut II Is not in proportion. And you can go without somo of tho cxpcnsivo things and save money. The fad is that Just at this time when part of tho world is starving, nnd when many poor pcoplo aro having Iho chance of their lives to lay up money and becomo independent, there is more money spent than over for nutos and candy and jewelry. You nro receiving moro money than you over did before. You get more for your produce, and moro for your day's work. Hoy Scouts to tho number of 330, all of them in a happy mood, landed from tho American transport, Poca- UNIMPAIRED" Advocates Party Responsibility as Distinguished From Dictatorial and Autocratic Personal Rule In Referring to League of Nations, Says We Do Not Mean to Shun a Single Responsl. tlllty of This Republic to World Civilization Favors Protective Tariff, Merchant Marine, a Small Army, Woman Suffrage and National Bud- hontas, this afternoon, to attend tho first international conferenco of scout executives, to bo held in London, July , 25-3- 0. get. Berlin, July 18. Princo Joachim of Hohcnzollcrn, youngest son of former Emperor William, committed suicide today in Potsdam. Joachim is believed to havo been in financial straits. Ho recently was divorced. Chateau Thierry, July 18. The battlefield at Chateau Thierry, where American troops fell witli tho French, was consecrated today by the presentation of tho Legion of Honor and the Croix do Gucrro on the town of Chateau Thierry. London, July 17. A threat to drive the Turk from Europe, "once and for all," is contained in the Allied reply to tho Turkish objections to the peace treaty, mado public here today. Such action might follow Turkey's refusal to sign tho treaty or her failuro to jgivo it effect, the reply stales. Mexico City, July 17. Provisional President Do La Huerta has authorized the formation of a consultation branch of industry and labor for tho handling of matters relative to petroleum. Its work will includo analysis, adjustment of petroleum controversies and tho 'do- -" veiopment of Iho industry. Parents Can Help Make Better Schools According to tho statistics given by Mio United Slates Bustales in the Union havo bolter reau of Education, forty-fosystem of education than Kentucky. We aro only soven states rrom Iho bottom of tho list. Every Kcnluckian should bo determined lo bettor this situation. Tho last Legislature passed a number of bills which will help to raise our Slate's educational standing. Tho Stato Superintendent of Instruction nnd the county superintendents and teachers throughout thn stale hro determined to raiso tho standard. But these men and women will need tho cooperation of the parents. And it is nt this point that a word is in placo now. Ono very important thing that tho parents can nnd must do is to see that their children attend school and attend regularly. Tho Inw provides for an attendance officer in each county to enforce the attendance laws. It Is to be hoped that all parents will asist ibis omcer by seeing to it that their children aro in school every day thai il is possible for them to bo there. The cliilil rannot reap Ihe benefits of school if he docs not ntlend. And if he attends irregularly, be will becomo discounted and disliko school and will not learn much. Ho will make additional work for the teacher and tako her timo away from oilier pupils. Irregular attendanco is bad for tho J. 0. L. pupil, for h'w classmates and for tho teacher. ur Moslem policemen liurlllfg bottles of rnre wines nnd whiskies ngalnst the wull of station 10. The liquors, wines nnd.nlos were seized In various raids. SALIENT POINTS OF SENATOR HARDING'S SPEECH OF ACCEPTANCE "I pledge fidelity to our eoun I- Kentucky News ack of Ky., July funds and Federal regulations aro going In conllne State highway construction in Kentucky next year to trunk line projects of long standing the Dixie and Jackson Highways, Ohio River Iload, Mayo and Midland Trails' and DixioMJec Line. U. S. News Lo? Angeles, July 10. Four severe earthquakes hero today threw the city and its suburbs into excitc-mcn- l, indirecllycaused injuries to many men, women and children and slightly damaged several buildings, chiefly old ones, but none to a groat extent. Frankfort, 18-L- try and to God, and accept the nomination of the Republican party for the presidency of the United States." "The human element comes first, and I want the employers In industry to understand the aspl- rations, the convictions, the yearnings of millions of Amerl- 4-can wage earners." "The Constitution contemplates 4-no class and recognizes no 4group. It broadly Includes all 4- the people, with specific recog- - 4 4nltlon for none." "We approve collective bar- - 4-gaining." "Gross expansion of currency and credits has depreciated the We will attempt Intel!!- - 4- gent and courageous deflation." 4-"When competition natural, 4Is 4-fair Impelling competition suppressed, whether by law, com- pact or conspjracy, we halt the march of progress, silence the 4voice of aspiration and paralyze 4-the will for achievement" "I promise you formal and ef- - 4fectlve peace so quickly as a Re-- 4-publican Congress can pass Its 4declaration for a Republican 4executive to sign." "I can hear the call of con- science an Insistent voice for 4largely reduced armaments 44- throughout the world." "Our vision Includes more than 4-a chief executive. We believe In 4-a cabinet of highest capacity, 4 equal to the responsibilities 4 which our system contemplates, 4- In whose councils the 4dent, second official of the Re- - 4-public, shall be asked to partlcl- - 4vloe-pres- 4- - f 4- - 4-I- - i 4-- Frankfort, Ky, July 18 of tho minerals of Western has been made by Willard P.. Jillson, Kentucky Geologist, and complete report of the survey will be published shortly. Tho survey which started at tho Ohio river in Henderson county includes Webster, Union, Hopkins, Caldwell, Livingston nnd l.von counties and all of tho ky Chimin, July A survey the 'Committee of Kcn-luryesterday-bolte- 13. Members t, Forty-eigh- of who 4-4-4-4- 4- 4- - d party, ment of the Farmer-Labtonight, after a day of futila wrangling, adjourned with no arrangements mado to put a separate presidential ticket in the field. or tho fusion move- 44- 4- 4- - RELIGIOUS BATTLING retnllntlnK wherever ChrlMtlans nr they are stronif eiiouah to do so. The Hussion ltolslievlkl are. tnkliiR IN FIVE SECTIONS CLASHING OF ARMS IS HEARD IN VAST REGION BETWEEN THE BLACK AND DEAD SEAS. a hand tlirnuti their i in tract In the OnucatisiiM NVllh the '1'artarn, connect-In- c the Axhitlc Htrugglo frtun their kittle front from the Itnltlc to tho lUaek Sea iiml Htlrrlnc the Moselem ly prom-lslui- ; world to crenter nilillttonal eontact with Soviet ItiiHsln throtiKh Koiimaiihi nnd i. Christians Retsllitlng After Turk Attacks Greeks and Armenians Victims of Moslems Troops Are to Suppress Riiding In Bosphorus. The I'.olslicvlkl declare they will .HiiliJUKate theso latter eountrlea us si Mm ns they lime attended to IV laud. They plan In this way to thwart of Turkey hy jiosslhle domination (rent Hrttaln throned support ot Creek territorial nplrntlons. Hatreds of ccntiirlcK nre helnK dlnplayed In their most hideous fnnnN Hellpiou. nnd rnee prejudices nnd International liattlcs for eninmerclnl nilvnutiiKCs In territory nnd for the fuel oil appear In Iho swirl, of which Constantinople la Union News Htrvlct. WnUrn Constantinople. Prediction f disinterested statesmen that tlie proposed peace treaty with Tin key apportionthe center. ing tlie choicest part of Ihe Turkish Then tlie Itiisslnn.s here, who hithKmplro umopg tho various Kuropenn erto apparently Iiml been unsymthe Ktrurle pathetic, are Powers would Italknnlze the Witlro Thoy hope vunt, ttcemlugly has been renllxed. wth more complacency. Constantinople for War exists from the Mack .Sea to the hy actual control of In 1! the Mnscmv Coxernmeiit Dead Sen. the Turku mid Artilis being event of I'ohmd'it defeat nnd the realengaged lu righting with the llrltish. ization of the pledges made hy Hiis-HlFrench and Creeks In almost counties early In the wnr. In high otllelnl places. I'nlenlne, Syria, t'lllela. Anaquarters here It Is snld that Orent religious fer- Itrltnln nnd (.recce stnnd nlono with tolia ami Tlirnce aro In are miiKSin-nnment. Mohammedan reennl to the Turkish trenty. The or deporting t!r'ekj. mill Armenians. Itnllnns hero openly disavow tho treaty, while the French acquiesce In It mimhllngly. The linlleaftons nro that Dnnmd MICKIE SAYS Ferhl l'nslia, Crnnd VWer, who Is dewnu-lilnir NnlPr OLD PtTV NUUVNVO TRA.VAV SVC.V- - HW ns.7" 'k SIOV4 PMwnut WT OK 5KOWK UOUOl ORtCMi VE tvV ooeg.HE UOOSC sans -- flNe ROUND To TVV VJHGM tvUT -- WNt mob ovi got nu ito oos'ni to ee cu&au1 i m cidedly miRlophlle, will nrgnnlzo n new Covornment which will slcn tho treaty In order to check n further Greek nd- vanco Into Asia Minor. Hut Mustnphn Keninl l'nshn nnd his regular troops nnd bandit nssoclntcs, who nro variously to ngBreK'o 0IU 2W.000 to o00,000, still nro to bo dealt with, d eaoocs i Forces ir (MOUTH r4P40? ft &Hb in Chllep, on tho Hlack Sea, bandit raids which will mippress against Ilosphorus towns and check between Angora nnd communication Constantinople through tho Scutari General IronPeninsula Mountains. sides, of Uio llrltish forces, probably s will command the troops. Ills will bo tumid. Two llrltish divisions already aro available. Those will he Increased to tin army corps. Two Greek regiments will be used. Turkish Nationalists continue to mid Greek villages on the south shore of Dm Gulf of Ismld. Tho Greek Patriarch reports that FouladJIk, a Greek of 2,000, village, with a population near Knramorsul, virtually was destroyed July 13. The Greeks were lmt Inside the church, which was set on tiro. The Patriarch reports that there nr only 150 Greeks alive In the heud-quarter- llrltish clear the tionalists Ismld to and Greeks aro preparing to Scutari peninsula of nil naand establish n line from Washington, July 19. Complete t oh tho League of Nations question and unity of the parly's cause was declared yesterJoo day by the President and Governor Frankfort, Ky, July 18. Hoggs, Stato Highway Engineer, es- Cox, of Ohio, Democratic presidentimates that tho road fund for next tial candidate, after a conferenco at year will amount lo $2,750,000, uf the White House. which 81,700,000 will bo derived from tho tax on motor horso power, Marion. 0-- . July 10. Pressing his $150,000 from tho one cent a gallon fight against the "splendid record" gasoline tax and $600,000 from tho established yesterday between threo cent road tax. Theso figures President Wilon and Governor show that Iho motorists of tho State Cox, Senator Harding declared in wtil pay $2,150,000 of tho road fund, a slatcmenl today that triumph of the reniaindor being derived from the Democratic ticket this year tho nd valorem tax. would mean "a continuation of tho foreign policy which lias so grievThree stills and sovcral hundred ously disappointed both Europe and gallons of illicit liquor were dis- Amnrica." covered and destroyed in raids conducted last week by prohibition ofBenson. Minn.. July 20. Tho Flcv. ficer and sheriffs in Leslio county, O. J. Kvale, of Benson, is disqualiaccording to report filed with Fed- fied as the Republican candidate eral Prohibition Agent Pnul Wil- for Congress in tho seventh Minneliams Sunday. Bigo S'izemore, tho sota district and Congressman A. J. only man arrested in tho raids, is Volstead, author of jtho Tirohibl-tio- n in jail in Whitcslmrg. Several ls enforcement act, is declared to bo tho duly nominated candidate, were Issued. in a decision filed hero today by Tho Wilmoro Enterpriso camo out District Judgo Albert Johnson, who last week in threo sections of heard the suit contesting Kvalo's eight pages each. The special edi- nomination tion was largely given to tho great Grnham, N. O, July 20. Quiet lliblo conferenco which is to be hold there for ten days, beginning was restored hero today after stato Friday, July 23. A goodly number officials had spirited away tho of noted speakers aro lo bo present llireo negroes arrested Sunday in and tho conferenco promises to bo connection with Iho nssault of ono of tho largest in tho South. a white woman at her homo here. Collego has played an impor- Tho prisoners woro sent to tho tant part in providing tills confer- stato penitentiary at Raloigh on a ence. special train nfter crowds last night had fired on tho militia Whilcsburg, Ky., July 28. An guarding iho prison, who returned nouncoment has been mado hero of tho fire, killing one man and Injurtho organization of a ten million ing two others. dollar corporation, tho Virginia Coal and Coko Company, with offices in Cincinnati, July 20. Tho New York and Roanoke, Va. It is Leaguo will endorse no planned to devolop 70,000 acres of Presidential candidato and Its n'oct-In- g coal lands in Letcher, Perry and in Washington Thursday will Piko counties, most of which lies simply bo confined lo perfecting aralong tho L. & N. and rangements for n general confer& O. railroads. Uranch lines or road will enco In .September, according to also tako other properties and open Thomas M. Hare, district superin it for development. tendent. "Tho leaguo will center lis fight on control of Congress," "I bellovo I am Mrs. A. If. Morohead, slato chair- - Mr. Hnro said. main of tho women s rorces or tno acquainted with Iho attlludo of our Department of Justice returned to members nnd officials and I know Lexington Snturday from a trip In there Is no intention of tho leaguo to tho mountain counties of tho endorsing nny man for President FJovcnlh district, covering on hor of tho United States." campaign to reduce tho high cost Cliicngo, July 20. Six hundred of living Hell, Whitley and Harlan million dollars was added to tho counties. Organization of women's clubs pay envelopes of tho nation's two pledged to aid tho Department of million railroad workors today In Justice in tho campaign to reduoo tho first award handed down by tho tho high cost of living was com- United States Railway Labor Board. Rejecting Iho demands of tho or- -, pleted in Harlan, Corbln, Williams(Continued on Pago Fivo) burg, Middlesboro and PInoville. war-VanAs-bu- ry Anti-Saloon ' 4-4- 4- 4- - 4- 4- 4- 4- - 4- - 4-4- - 4- 4- 4- - 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- - Spa, Belgium. July 10. Tho Gorman representatives signed tho coal protocol drawn up by thefcllicd representatives at 8:55 o'clock tonight, thereby settling one of the most difficult questions which has come up in tho present discussion. Signatures were afilxcd to tho document after a four-hosession at tho Villa Fraincuso, ono hour of' which was spent by the Germans in a cabinet consultation in an adjoining room. ur pate." 4- 4- - Mnrlon, O. (Speclnl.l Www G. Hnrdlng was officially untitled here of his nomination as the Republican candidate for the presidency. Ills speech of ncceptance Is, In part, as follows: Chairman Lodge, members of Notltl cntlon Committee, members of National Committee, ladies and gentlemen: The message which you have formally con veyed brings to mo n realization of responsibility which Is not underestimated. It Is a supreme tusk to Interpret the cownnut of a great political party, the activities of which are so uoven into the history of this republic, nnd a very sacred nnd solemn undertaking to utter tho faith and as plrntlous of tho many millions who adliero to thnt part. Tho party has charted the way, yet, somehow, we huve come to expect that Interpretation which voices the fn'ltli of nominees who must assume specific pint-furi- London, July 18. While Premier Lloyd George is returning from Spa, tho French aro marching on Damascus; Mesopotamia is in a ferment, the wholo Arab raco is ripe for a rovolt, tho Bolshevik! aro carrying all before them, aro within 200 miles of Warsaw and tho slratgcical position of tho Poles is helpless, outflanked on tho North and South by Red armies, which stretch in a vast semi-circl- e, threatening closely tho heart of that fatally deluded country. Cork, July 19. Two military lorries loaded with soldiers which passed through tho streets of Cork at 3 o'clock this morning woro attacked by civilians with bombs and tasks. Let mo bo understood clearly from tho very beginning. I believe In party sponsorship In government, I believe i blown up. Between 00 and 70 soldiers were injured. Tho civilians threw 29 bombs. Tho city was in a stato of terror last night as a rosult of street fighting whloh broko out after a bayonetting incident in tho street, in which a former soldier was killed. About 10:00 p.m, India criminato fighting started in many Casualties sections of tho olty. reported up to this morning wera one dead and 1 i wounded. London, July 19. Tho British government today received n noto from tho Russian Soviet Govern-- , menl, stating that Russia wa3 pro- parcu to agrco to an armlstico ana mako peaco with Poland. Tho Bolshevik!, according to a communique Issued nt Moscow Sunday, aro energetically pursuing tho Poles south of Vilna. In tho direction of Llda and Baranovichi tho Bolshcvikl said they havo reached Important points to tho eastward of Baranovichi. Youngest Son ef Wllhelm End Lift, Berlin. Prince Jonrhlm. yoangeat son ot tho former Kultwr, ihot hlnwolt. Il wss hurried to a hoapttal, xrfara k died four hours later, . a I I I 4 HARDING lo party, J? government as distinguished (Continued on Pago Eight) - XTa Pago Two J THE CITIZEN July 22, 1020. General College News Bridgeport, Conn., July 1C, K20. Dear "Citizen:" You lmvo boon bringing Berea news lo llic Yoeum family in California for many years now, but this summer Mrs. Yoeum Is In Engrest land, having a murh-ncedc- il from ordinary work and n clianco to enjoy many scenes of interest. 1 am here with Grace Maiden for several weeks and wo would both enjoy having The Citizen como here until further notice. Will you plcaso change to address given below and oblige? II. Louiso Yoeum, 235 Hawley Ave, Bridgeport, Conn. Miss L. A. Lyon of Obcrlin and Newark, N. J., spent a week with Berea College Summer School Second Half Term, July 16 to August 19 a Summer School to meet a distinct and growing need in tho Southern Mountains. It give a program of courses for teachers of high schools and graded schools, reluming soldiers and sailors, students who wish to get collego entrance credits or credits toward collego degree, and others seeking general information. Tho work is arranged to accommodate thoso who wish to como for cither a half or a wholo term. Each half term is flvo weeks, and sinco tho llrsl 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 10th. Borca Collego has established Courses for College Credit Courses for College Entrance Courses for High School Teacher Courses for Elementary Teachers has made personal friends who aro or Influential, or both, whoso powers may bo turned It right into Keren's channels. should be n function of each gradu- uato to enlist donors and workers for Berea, men who will glvo largo sums, visit the work, hecomo closely ronnected with tho work perhaps. As an Illustration, pardon tho personal reference, as n student I brotighj Dr. Wcalherford to Berea for the first time, when ho was entirely unknown by tho Prosltlontnnd Trustees. He Is now an honored oithcr wealthy INDIAN OAXACA TvrnvK- - en few er. Foundation School work for those over fifteen years of age who have not finished the grades. ' I Courses for the Farm Boy and Girl ltween ' gathering.) (The second half of the Summer Term falls the "laying by" of the crops and fall ' . Miss F. H. Fcsscndcn. Leo Gilligan slopped here on his way to Nashville to take n summer courso In Peabody Teaohers Col lege. Prof. John F. Smith will attend the meeting of tho Inlcr-raci- al Commission at Louisville the latter part of this week. Bowcrsox is spending tho summer in Lewistown. Pa. Sho is picking berries and cherries and busy at other manual work and is enjoying it very much. Miss H. E. Taylor was in Louisville on business last Saturday and re mained over Sunday. Sunday morn ing he addressed tho Men's Bible Class at the First Baptist Church. Moro than 300 men wcro present. Subjects from which to elect courses: Agriculture, Arithmetic, Biology, Chemistry, Com. merce, Drawing, Education, English, French, Games, Geography, German, History, Home Science, Latin, Mathematics, Music, Physics, Psy. etiology, Stenography, Weaving. Courses leading to Teachers Ceitlficates: Normal School Elementary Certificate Normal School Intermediate Certificate Special High School Certificate SPECIAL FEATURES A number of scientific and . " ' ; , toiv, v'- jV - word as to tho loral situation. Detroit has grown rapidly but not abnormally: there Is no mushroom growth, but tho enlargement of a splendid city. Tho Delrolt Insll lute of Technology Is tho metropolitan educnlional work of tho Y. M. C. A., which last year enrolled over three thousand students in Hi As Director various departments. of its Secondary Department, I have found my placo of usefulness coordinating tho various branches of secondary education, day and night schools. Cordially yours Waldo II. Davison A y c x v tHfi? i 4j 7 'vcC popular lectures, musical events, and motion picture entertainments will bo given free of charge. There will also be excursions to nearby points of historical and scenic interest. All the resources of tho entire institution will be at the disposal of the Summer School. EXPENSES Livingston Hall, Columbia University, New York City July 1. 1020. Mr. Marshall E. Vaughn, Flvo Weeks Incidental Fee Room Rent Table Board, women Total for Women Table Board, men No 9 7.50 5.00 12.50 $25.00 13.75 has ordered the cc ment for the construction of the big dam in Pig Hollow, which Is to enlarge the water system. The work of excavation is being pushed forward there. The College $20.75 Total for Men rebates are allowed to students who withdraw before the close or the period for which payment has been made. A deposit of four dollars ($4.00) is required of all students upon entrance. This Is refunded when tho student leaves, provided library books, keys, etc, are returned in good order. Special Fees Flvo Week $2.50 Business Courses 1.25 Cabinet Organ, two 20 minute lessons per week "Voice, Piano, or Violin, two 20 minute lessons per week 1.25 (Use of Piano, one hour per day 50 Uso of Organ, one hour per day 50 Use of Music Library Class Work In Harmony For bulletin giving complete announcement of course and expenses, write to 5 1,362,872 Final FRENCH KILLED Figures Qlvtn on Tricolor! Total Dead In the Great European War. Final Ky. Bank Bookkeeper in Ala Class of 1906 Address, Married Mr. Odcll. B., B.S. Thompson, Ernst, Claude Must Wed to Get Wealth. Spenccrport, N. Y. Agriculture In U. of Wis. Valparaiso, Ind. By the terms of O. Hays, Grace A., B.S. Dreyfus, Ky. the will of Edgar D. Crumpacker his Address, Thompson, O. Married Chas. M. Fulkerson Bon, Owen L. Crumpacker, a local at- Jones, Winifred C, B.L. Columbus. torney of this city, is to receive $500 Address, Lincoln, Cal. 1152 Address, O. Teacher. additional, providing he marries. The Grandview Ave, Columbus, O. younger Crumpacker also wlli reWesley, B.L. Y. M. C A., Detroit, Mich. ceive a large law library which be- Livengood, Margaret Ravonna, O. Teacher. Married longed to his father, who was for July 7.U020 years representative In congress from Clarenco Phelps Residence, 1525 My dear Vaughn: the Tenth Indiana district. lie left Laguna S't, Santa Barbara, Cal. I have your kind letter of Juno 20, a large estate, of which a large part Class of 1907 with regard to various proposals consists of land bordering along Lake Michigan, In close proximity to the Gerdes, John, B.L. Brooklyn, N. V. connected with the Alumni. As you steel mills of Gary. The local attorLL.B, N. Y. City U. Lawyer. know, I have always been Intensely The village blacksmith shop under ney Is n bachelor. Residence, 41 Park Row, New Interested in anything which would the spreading chestnut tree Is for rent. relate tho graduates of Berea Col The smithy bis gone to sea to leant York City. Kinnard, Harry B, A.B. Wallace- - lege moro closely to the institution some new tricks of the trade la the Till Wondirs of Traveling Salesman. which has figured so largely in their U. 8. Navy school. ton, Ky. niacksmlthlng Is now a highly lives. I believo that tho Alumni Residence, Dcs Moines, la. By T. T. MAXEY specialized trade In Iron working. Once greatest untapped Sharon, constitute the Young, James R, B.L. man masters It he Is sure of a pf Berea. Any movement good living for life, either la or oat Pa. A.B. from Leland Stanford MOUNT RAINIER NATIONAL PARK which will commence to utilize this of the service. U. Teacher in Arizona, Professor A real Interest In one's work U as or F.ducation, U. of Nevada. Ad- latent power will, I am confident, VFIIE mountain that was God," wrote receive tho unfailing cooperation of necessary In the Navy schools as In dress, Reno, Nevada. 1 John D. Williams. "Mount Big others, but Jack Is paid to learn and each graduate. Snow," said the Indian. At any rate, Class of 1908 Job Is there any reason why this Is sure of his he as long as be wants It, providing the most wonderful mountain In the Clark, Francis O, B.S. Wiscon Is In earnest coming year should not sco tho orUnited States Its peak The above photo shows a couple of and Professor in ganization of a number of Berea sin, Instructor piercing the blue sky to a height of anvils doing a big business at a Navy Berea Agricultural Dept. Dean Clubs or district guoups? There Artificer School almost three miles, while Its base covAddress arc alumni in Chicago, Detroit, or Vocational School. ers a hundred square miles of territory. Berea, Ky. Its Isolation, standing ulone as It does Washington, New York and NashThe Mascot of tht Pacific Instead of in a range, makes Its mightiClark, Howard H, B.L. Wiscon ville, who could easily organize, proness all the more Impressive. sin. Student Leland Stanford 1). vide n simple plan of organization Fleet Uncle Sum created a national park AdBrick Mason, Architect. was drawn up in Berea and sent out around It and thus preserved It as ona dress, 127 S. Prospect St, Kent, to certain representatives In each of of our greatest eights, so we can all go Ohio. these citios, to standardizes these and see M and wonder for ourselves. Ottawa, O. groups and bring into action tho Like all volcanoes, Italnler built up Eastman, Lcroy L. Its cone from the material thrown out Law Student at Yale. Lawyer. best experience of the past. Wo all from Its Interior, nut a terrific exploAddress, Toledo, O. know of tho permanency of tho sion destroyed Its conelike top and Fellmy, Hubert H B.L. Farney, Clovoland Association. From their greatly reduced Its height It has not Toxas. Address, Oroville, Wash. experience and from tho combined been In eruption for nearly 50 years, Fulkcrson, Charles M.. B.L. Penn-vill- e, wisdom of those In Berea who conthough steam jets sometimes melt the Ind. A.B. Leland Stanford stitute tho "Homo Office," a plan for snow at Its summit and hot springs Address, Lincoln, organization and promotion may be U. Teaoher. flow from Its base. Twenty-eigh- t Cal. glaciers, born from the prepared which will stand tho test snow which covers the mountain, ra- Hoffman, Holla E., B.S. Lolpslc, of time. Wo In centors away from diate from Its peak and form one of IUiscrvo. Berea await tho word. M.D. Western O. the largest known glacial systems. Medical Missionary to Persia. H is customary to think of tho From these great Ice fields there uutur-all- y Address, Meshed, E. Persia. valuo of tho Alumni In terms or filead oft. numerous streams and The proudest member of the Nary Ky nances, of tho money they may perrivers which find their way, through Kelly, Simon C, B.L. Evarts, with the PaclOe Kleet Is "Hick," AoV Missoula, sonally contribute to tho causo. Un- satral Rodman's spaniel, From the Address, Teacher. beautiful canyons, (o the lower altiMont. doubtedly Berea should bo strength- tip of bis tall to the Up of his bom tudes, iielow the glaciers, In an open space which circles the mountain, grow Prentis, Paul T. tSeo Class 1905. ened in Uiis manner. But is there "Mick" U a real sailor. The roughs millions of gorgeous wild flowers, prenot perhaps a larger contribution the seas com the better be like It A.B. In absentia). senting a beautiful spectacle as well as Favllle, Esther, D B.S. Norfolk; which graduates may mako In lin"Mick" stuck his head through a Ufa h marvelous contrast to the snow (Married Vernon Wheel-don- ). ing up new and influential friends ring, at the photographer's suggestion. Va. Is giving1 an lmltatlea of a tree above. Iielow the flowers are dense Teacher. Address, Hamp- for tho College, men and women who and patriot looking &r an argument and Immense forests of flr, spruce and ton, Va. lmvo no scholastic connection with Bvery man oa Use New ataxic as cedar. Hays, Bessie M, B.L. Speedwell, tho school? Anyone of tho Alumni "MiU's" yJL official statistics of, the ministry of war fixes the total number of French soldiers killed during the great war at 1302,872. Of this number the details of the fate of 801,854 are unknown. Reduction of military service to less than two years is Impossible at the present time, said M. Lefevre, minister of war, while explaining the main points of the projected reorganization of tffe army to the military committee of the chamber of deputies. Use of French troops In the orient was discussed by the minister, who declared that forces now In the near east numbered 70,000 men, most of the organizations there being colonial regiments. Pari. '' MARSH ALL'.E. VAUGHN, Secy., Berea, Ky. Berea College Alumni Association (This space belongs to the Alumni Association of llerea College. Articles, news Items and personal letters frcm graduates will br published In full or ic abstract every week. The Alumni Editor, Secy. M. E. Vaughn, Berea College, Berea, Ky., will be pleased to receive any communication of Interes from members of the Association.) Berea, Kentucky. My dear Sir: I take pleasure in acknowledging your kind letter of June 20, and In noticing the interest you aro taking in endeavoring to keep touch with the members of the growing family or Berea's graduates. Like you, I believe that tho fam ily relationship should not bo ig nored, as each member goes his separate way from his Alma Mater, to face the duties of tho larger life berore him. larger indeed, no matter what ho undertakes, for the Inslruc tion he has received and assimilated, for the aspirations and ideals he has felt kindle within him, under an inspiring environment and for the helpful associations and friend ships he has formed all of which havo multiplied his capacity for usefulness and service and for wholesome social enjoyments. I shall be glad to send you, from time to time, somo contribution, if desired, as a sign of lifo and co operative interest in tho welfare or Berea. Wishing you all Joy and success I remain Yours sincerely, E. 0. Menzl Navy Blacksmith Shop. Anirici hoary-heade- d plnces have not been explored nnd nre covered with debris. Some tine stones with carvings are still standing and ninny have been removed to the Museum of Mexico City. The sculptures Indicate that the Maya civilization must have extended to this purt of the country. Fort at Gulengula. The ruins of (Julcngulu on tlie Isthmus of Tehunntepec show the existence of n big fort which was used In the battle between the Mexicans and the Zupotecs. This fort was built on the top of a mountain, nnd contains two pyramids of stones, having stairways lending up to the tops. Ilemultis of temples, chambers, trenches, and terrace can also bu distinguished. The ruins at Aclilutln counlst of courts, walls, mounds, und terraces. Achlutla wns the sacred city of the great Mlxtec nation, tbelr country bebefore the ing culled Mlxtecapatn Spaniards arrived In Mexico. An extraordinary number of pieces of pottery Is fouuQ everywhere In this village, which Is still Inhabited by the Mlxtec Indians, or Mlxtecos. In tho graves that have been opened In thesu different ruins have been found u great variety of stone and cluy Idol, ornaments made of gold, copper, Jude, shell, obsidian, and stone. Beautiful specimens of painted pot tery have also been found, and somo of tho tlnest samples of Mexican ceramic art como from the tombs of Oaxnca. the The Indian trlbea Inhabiting state of Oaiacu are tin) Zapotecs, Mlxtccs, Mljes, Culcutocs, Muzatecs, Mexicans, Amusgoo, Triques, Chatlnos, and Iluaves, Zoques Chlnantecs, Chontules. Of these the Zapotecs ant) Mlxtecs were the most Important and the)' resisted tho Spaniards long after the rest of the country had been conquered. The Iluaves, Amusgos and Sculpture at Monte Alban, Oaxaca. HUNDItKDS of plnces throuch-ou- t Triques have nrnrly nil disappeared. Each Tribe Has Its Dress. the state of Onzncn, The Indians iKllI use. In their nntlvo are to liu found what they vlilnges, n peculiar dres-- t In rnch tribe, cull "I'uvhlos Vlejos" (old villages), somo cIoho to tin! site of the the most picturesque being thnt worn new vllliiKcs nnd others In the wild by the Tvhuanteee (Znpotec) women. The Mnzatec nnd Chtnnntec dresses nre country, far nwuy from nil habitation. In thi'Hc ruins traces cun bo seen of made with elaborate designs In red. houses, temples, fortresses nnd tombs. The Indians weave their own cloth and In some plncvw grnves only nre seen uso vegetable dyes and cochineal for to mnrk the place of a former civili coloring. In tho mountain villages zation, nnd these consist of wound", they still oliflcrve many of their anspine of which nre built to a consider- cient customs nnd they nru very superable belch t, writes n correspondent of stitious. The Mlje Indians belong to one of the wildest tribes found In Mexthe Christian Science Monitor. Among the ruin! well known on ico nnd few people enter thtr Vugged account of their state of prtcrvntlon country. When the Spnulnrd enmo to Mexico and Importance can be mentioned the ruins of Mltla. those at Monte Alban, tlio Znotecs had their own government; Znachlln was their cnpllnl nnd at Oulcntrulu and at Aclilutln. The fatuous rultm of Mltln nre the Codjoezn their king. They hnd leeii best preserved on account of the dry nt war with the Mexicans for many climate of the country In which they yrnrs, nnd with the nld of the Mlxteca nre situated. They are among the hnd been nble to resist tho Invasion most elaborately ornamented ruins In of the Mexicans. Mexico, nnd on tho walls sru found Tho conquest of these tribes wnt about fifteen different deslpis made mostly due to the Influence of the with mosaics known as grecques. The Spanish monks, who went to the mwt tl euros nre nil geometrical nnd nre remote parts of the country nnd lived found mostly la panels on both Inside with the Indians many years, learned and outside of the walls of tho room. their language and preached the Go pel t them. Features of Mltla Ruins. The original nnmu of these ruins On market dnys nnd fenst days In wns Lyobaa, nnd they were later on the city of Onxncn many types of Incnlled by tho Mexicans "Miction" dians can still be seen, with their which means "the place of the dead." own peculiar dressei, nnd ninny of The place Is now In the center of the them spenk nothing hut the language Zupotec country, and the Zapotec Int of their own tribes. In few parts of gunge Is spoken by the Inhabitants the republic can so inuny different of the village close to the ruins. One types bo seen together. of the chambers contains six huge monoliths, each being nbout 12 feet PETS THAT SAVED PROPERTY high nnd 7 feet In circumference, which have no carvings. The moit Instances of Robbers Captured beautiful room Is known as the 1 nil Through the Efforts of Smill Dog, of Mosaics. Its four sides are covered Monkey, and Parrot with designs, ralntlngs were found on some of the "alls, but tliiM? have A I'nrlslnn wns recently attacked In mostly disappeared. Close to the a lonely street by nn npache who wns ruins n pyramidal mound Is to be nnned with n revolver. The vilseen and nbout two mlley dlstnnt Is a lain fired once nnd missed, hut era fort of great Interest. he could Are sgnln the citizen's terThe grecques or nrabesques found rier had Mm by the enr. The npache, at Mltla give It a distinctive charac- shrieking with pnln, dropped tho gun, ter, and In no other part of the re- nnd the Parisian managed to secure public nre there any ruins like them. him, nccordlng to London Answers. When the Spanlnrdi conquered MexiItccently, In the snme city, n burco, Mltln wns still an Important place. glar entered the flat of n wealthy The ruins of Monto Albuu are situ- mnn, who hnd n pet monkey named ated on tho outskirts of the city of Krnest. The burglar made up n valOaxncn nnd seem to belong to a much uable pnrcel while the monkey hid In older civilization than those of Mltla. n corner. In fact, Monte Alban was In ruins Suddenly the monkey begnn to pelt when Mltla wns at Its height of pros- the burglar with cutis, plates, saucers, perity. Tho ruins cover nn nren of s nnd Inkstand, In fact, with about two miles In length by n third everything portable In Its reach. Tho of n mile In width. On every side nru man mnde n dash for the beast with remains of temples, foundations, a heavy cape, but the nmnkey was walls, nnd graves, but these much too quick for hlra and mounted IN 1 nsh-trny- ter-ruc- e, to n high shelf. Climbing on a chnlr, the mnn wns to strike the monkey, when It flew nt his face nnd man and monkey crushed to tho floor. This roused tho rest of tho tint dwellers, who quickly secured tho disturber of their pence, nnd now Ernest Is the pet of tho mansions. Quite recently n mansion In Surrey wns raided nnd the burglars were having quite n wnlk-ovens they thought Hut presently the pnrrot woko up nnd begnn to make n few choleo observations In such n loud and familiar tone thnt the robbers thought discretion the better pnrt of valor nnd were decamping when caught. go-In- g VVemyss of Wemyss Castle. Womyss ensile, mentioned In a will caso In tho Scottish courts, Includes In Its modern structure parts of a thirteenth century building. Near by It Is the ruin of MacdufTs castle, a century erection. In splto of tradition, the hitter hits nothing to do with the MncDufT of Immortal memory, nor can tho family of Wemyss claim kin with that great thane. But the family does trace buck on tho same spot through seven generations, a pedlgreo vouched for by Sir William l'mser as oue of tho longest and purest In Scotland. A Wemyss of WcuyBS castle entertnlned Edward I before Hobert .the Bruce won his victories; another! later, Mary, Queen of Scots, who to her ruin met Duruley under his roof. th Wife (sadly) more. Why, of Course. You don't love me any tho club? Ho My dear, absence makes heart grow fonder, you know. Husband Most certainly I do. She Then why do you roast oft ta Ui July 22, 1920. ... THE CITIZEN So If you could Just give ae a faint Idea f "Plain English Is a lot better' ihsn a faint Idsa," said narmon carelessly. "I floated some steel bonds up here once. Prettiest bonds you ever saw tn your life, too." "Oh I And they didn't turn ont how If affects me snyl Do you?" Hllllard had slumped wretchedly GAIN LAND Into his chair; his thoughts were running aimlessly about the grim axis of his chicanery. "And , . . and after all I've done!" he said thickly. "After all Pve said I Oh, my Oodl" Ills chin sank low, and his grip on the table relaxed. narmon was less at ease than he FEDERAL RECLAMATION 8ERVICE CONSIDERS POPULATION pretended. "Well, If you aren't bluffing," he said presently, "you sure are INCREASE. man the biggest baby for a man's-slseI ever saw. Brace ujj, there I You " nilllard pulled himself erect with a 105,000,000 PEOPLE IN U. S. Pigo Thro Ing the responsibility of aupervlslat snd directing tho development work. All MORE Laws In One Book. NOBODY" 6 SYNOPSIS. a base hospital at CltAITKn In Heulllr, France, hi fare dlnrltTired beyond recognition, an American Midler ervln In the French army attract by hl deep despondency. Aiked ky the surgeon for a photograph to guide them In making over hie face, he offer In derlilon a picture of the Savior, bidding them take that aa a model. They do eo, making a remarkable likeness. I.-- TO noLwoinir hMj. TO MEET DEMAND 7 welir The largest single law book ever printed Is now In process of prep- ration nnder the direction of Con gressman Little of Kansas. It will contain nil the laws ever enacted by congress from tho first signed by George Washington down to the last signed by Woodrow Wilson. It will not he completo until somo time In 1021. "Not exactly. The company was to much like Sllverbow, I guess all float and no lode." For a moment, Hllllard thought that he hadn't heard aright "What was that you said?" he man- I CI! APTETl home, on the boat he meets Martin Harmon, New fork broker, who la attracted by hie remark-abl- e featurra. The ei.aoldler glvee hie name a "Henry Milliard," and hie home aa Syracuse, New Torn, lie left there under a cloud, and le embittered' aaslntt Me former fellow townamen. Harmon tnakea him a propoaltlon to eell mining atocka In Byracuie, concealing hie Identity. He acrepta It, eeelng In It a chance to make good and prove lie ha been the tremendous purport of his employ-- j cr's cynicism. "Mr. Harmon I" he panted, under his breath, "Mr. Harmon 1" Tho Now Yorker looked at him In genuine surprise. i "What's tho matter, Hllllard? Ton n It, man, look sick Or . . . d If Hint's another one of your bluffs, you're wasting your time. You haven't I worked up such a holy disposition you believe In this mine, have you?" Ho moved uneasily. "I wish you'd wipe that pious expression off your face or 1 aged. Harmon reiterated It. "Too much Sllverbow. Only they pumped the water out of It sooner than we will. That was five years ago." At first, Hllllard was untouched by the shock; tho force of It seemed to pass over him entirely; then all at once, ns he was caught by the drift of It, his hands began to tremble violently; and his palms were clammy with sweat. His stomach seemed to drop out of him. nnd ho was nauseated by Fourteen Million Inhabitants Added Past Ten Years All U. S. Laws One New Volume Investigation Hat Manufacturing. In In of CltAIirnn III-- ln flyraeuee "Milliard" (In reality Hlchard Morgan) le accepted aa a atranger He vlalle James Cullen, a former employer, relating a atory of the death of lUi'hard Morgan, and ta at the regret ehown by Cullen and Ma youthful daughter Angela. While at the Cullen home Carol Durant, Morgan'a former Itancee, makee a calL CHAPTER IV -- Hllllard repeate to Carol hie atory of irortan'e death and la deeply moved by the evidence of her deep feeling for the euppoaed dead man. He however, to continue the deception. eur-prle- , I Is It glued on?" "Hllllard's volco shook uncontrollably. "This . . . this mine I" he stam-- . mered. "You told me "I'll stand by everything Tve ever tolt) you, Hllllard. I'll prove It. It's an nrea of mineralized schist with dls- -' semlnated copper values. And we've got over n hundred acres of It, And part of tho shaft, tool" ITe laughed noiselessly. "Of course, altogether And His Fist Gestured tlon. His Accusa ther than this. "But Walt a Minute!" Sorry I Interrupted day Hllllard gath-er- e from that Carol had alwaya loved IMck Morgan, and while delivering to her a letter supposedly from her former fiancee renllree that hie affection le unchanged, lite welcome by Doctor Durant, Carol' father, aleo ehakee hi to continue the deception, but be conquer It. rea-lutl- CHAITirn VNext Angela you. "No, but wait n minute I Tho vice president's refusal was (Inn nnd definite. "I can't soy another word. Not an- other one. If you know him, that's sufficient" And be strode away across imimiu tnc louuy, lenviiiK I" Syracuse Hllllard le looked upon a a capltallit and mining ipert, and In that capacity. In pursuance of hi object, Interest Cullen In the of wealth tn mining properties The Cullen and Hllllard go to the Durant noma for dinner. CHAPTnit VII. Observation at tn Durant convince Hllllard that the doctor and hi daughter had alwaya been hie true friend, and hi love tor Carol stronger. He realliea he baa a rival tn Jack Armitrong, also very much In love with Carol, and the twd men tacitly agree to tight It out fairly. CHAPTnit Vl.-- In dan-gero- ucce hi In CHAPTER Interesting rapltallat of Syracuse In hi mining Ventura (which he believe to be a sound proposition) Hllllard regret having placed himself tn such a false position, but In Justice to Harmon feela he must go on. He makes confession to Carol of his y love for her, and she admits the of hi affection being returned In time. VIII.-Deeplte postl-blltt- Mr. Harmon, smiling broadly, half arose from bis chair as tho masquer-ade- r came slowly back to tho table and sat down bard, "Well," he said. "More business?" Hllllard shook his head. "On tho contrary." I"s volco bad tn It a curious dullness which tho broker wns quick to catch. "No bad news, I hope?" "I'm not sure. Let's go on discussing the mine." "Not much else to discuss. Is there! It's the same old mine." Ho looked Inwutly at HUUuru. "What's got Into you, anyway, In the Inst couple of minutes? You've lost all your pep. You look ns though you've seen a ghost." "Maybe I have." said Hllllard. with n short laugh. "Well?" Hllllard regarded him with nn odd Intermingling of respect nnd alarm. The roped wns a holdover from the Inst from the enrly Impression he had formed from Harmon's resplendent olllces In New York, and Harmon's contempt for money. He hnd considered his employer, at worst, n vendor of legitimate securities. Hllllard said re"Mr. Harmon." luctantly. "I'm In n mighty nwkward position. . . . Wo can't afford to let anything spoil this campaign, can we?" "Not If we enn very well help It Whnt's bothering you?" "For over ten weeks now, I've been building up n reputation you know what I'vo been doing; you know how much depends on It. Your namo hasn't been mentioned once; I'vo been selling this thing on my own personality-hold- ing myself out ns the principal. Well, the man who cnlled mo outside Just now nnd he's ono of the solid banking crowd up here ho spoke of you ns though he knew you. in fact to bo perfectly frank he cnlled me out there to ask mo about you. Now, I don't know what dealings you'vo ever hnd with him. or with nnyono else up here, but It struck mo that If there Is anything between you nnd Syracuse, or any of Its fairly big men, perhaps It would bo better If I knew It You see. this thing I'm selling Is so darned personal " narmon's voice "Who was ho?" d Harmon laughed noisily. Don't yon think "Oh. thnt shaft It' a little early to begin on that 7 Say, nbout ninety thousand dollars too enrly?" As Hllllnrd sat gazing nt Mm tn profound bewilderment n wnltcr slid up alongside hltn nud coughed for his attention. "Gentleman wants to speak to you outside, Mr. Millard. In the lobhy. Says It's Important." "Oh I" Hllllard drew the back of "Tell his hand across his forehead. him I'll come right out. Will you excuse me a moment, Mr. Harmon?" "Sure I Go nhend." The promoter ant back comfortably nnd gnvo him n ware of dUiutssal. Hllllard, his pupils narrowing, went ont to the doorwny. A pace or two distant one of the vice presidents of tho Trust nnd Deposit company a friend of Cullen's and very Rood man to know was loitering restively. "Hello, Illlllnrd," ho said, wrinkling "How nre youT look his forehead. here. It's nono of my business, of course, but I couldn't help wondering how much you know about thnt chap you're sitting with. Don't be offended; It's a friendly question. Simply my Interest In you as ono of our 1 final effort and his fist gestured his accusation. "You know what I'm going to do nbout It. don't your there's about Ave hundred square "Yes." Harmon nodded, ns he drew miles of that same sort of land In the the smoko deep Into his lungs. same state, but what's the odds ns "I'm going straight bnck to those long's you're happy? Tell me you four men, nren't wise? Hot I Why, you know "No." Harmon wagged his head. nil about It when we wero on the "No, you can't very well do that, either boat!" even If you're as shocked as you Hllllard's muscles were working In look. Look at It Just a minute . hysterlcnl Jumps, nnd his face was dls- look at our contract There's some , loopholes for me you could drive u saying motortruck through; but you haven't . .. saying I've been selling got one as big ns a knitting needle. No, ... to my friends a piece son, the best thing for you to do is to ... n worthless property? Aro take a brace, nnd go get another sixty of d you?" thousand while tho getting Is good." "Shut up I" Tho big man wns domi "Not neeessnrlly I" Hllllard's high nant ugly, "understand me? You pitched laugh was brittle. keep your mouth shut If you know Harmon nllowed the smoko to eddy whnt's good for you I Didn't you come centlr from his nostrils. "Yea nec to get square with your essarily." up here friends?' Your friends 1" His accent "Yxsu think PU raise ray finger after wns superlatively contemptuous. "You this, except to . . . what do you knew It wasn't a producing mine, tnke me for?" didn't you?" "I take you," said narmon delib "You told me It was a wonderful young erately, "for n prospect I I knew It was a long shot, man In a mighty bad spot You don' thought there was some value want these folks up here to know the but I there . . . a lot of It . . . and whole truth, do you? It wouldn't hurt you nld the shaft . . . you always me any but after the record you made said the shaft wns " nere before you got yourself kicked Harmon reached for another ciga- out two yenrs ngo. Oh I don't rette; there wns uudtsgulscd perplex- Jump I You don't think I've been ity on his face. I don't believe asleep, do you? "Son, if you aren't a mighty good you'd get much sympathy. Not muchl actor, you're . . . are you going to And Tve Invested n lot of money In claim you didn't know what this mine you, I wnnt some big returns. Is? After all that whining nnd squcnl-In- g Look me In the eye, son. I want you of yours nbout your getting even? to calm down. Now, there's only three Then what In thunder did you wnnt to pnrtles to this deal you nnd me nnd come back hero for?" the world. You nnd me nnd the "To make some money to get somo world. Oct thnt? And you and I have fun out of It I wanted to make fools got to play straight with each other. of people; I didn't wnnt to swindle You help me get the money, nnd I'll anybody I I thought I wns giving 'em help you get whatever you wnnt nut something for their money! I " when you throw mo down, I throw you Harmon lighted his cigarette, none down, and we'll seo who comes out too complncently. nhend. I'll bet I do. What do you nnd" , "Y-yo- short-sighte- d ... ... ... clients.' "Why, I know a good deal about him." Tho banker continued solemnly: "Vou probably know a lot more about him than I do, then, but Just Uie same, I wonted to make sure. That's all." Ho turned, but Hllllard stopped htm. "Well, what do you know about hlrar "Before I answer that Is he a friend of yours?" The question was too blunt to be diplomatic, and too suggestive to bo disregarded. "Not exactly that; he's a rather good acquolntance, though. In a business wuy only what he Is socially I don't know, und I don't think I much care." "So you don't need any odvtco about his business connections?" "Why, I think not." He was nettled by tho banker's manner. "The only thing about It," said the vice president, nettled In his turn by that ,f you'd n,1 Millard's brevity; you didn't know him very welt, I'd have offered you some suggestions. I'd me hve expected you to thank circum-stance-I really would. Under Uie I can't very well go any fur- s, Hllllnrd shook his head helplessly, slowly, "Is thnt I don't honestly be"You've got to remember," snld Har lieve you're blufflng. . . . Hut you mon In snrdnnlc consolntlon, "that know It wns only a prospect" "Rut I thought It was a good pros- you're an nwful easy man to describe. pect! Nover mind" Ho mndo ns You can slip out of Syracuso Just as though to rife. "You'vo said enough. easy as you plense, and try your dumedest to make a getaway, and I'm through With you 1" Tho big man's Jaw thrust out bel- you'd have pretty hnrd work to keep ligerently, nnd ho caught Hllllnrd by awny from the Plnkertons for twenty four hours. And I've got the evidence the nrm. you. So don't "Now, stop right therel Sit down I that would put 'em nftcr I thought It wns you plan to run awny, 6on don't do Maybe you Sit down a good prospect and mnybo you didn't It" Hllllard's Judgment wns tottering, but you're not through with nb yet not until I sny so. Ddn't you make Where did he stand In relation to Arm any mlstnkes like that my boy. Don't strong now? "Well?" you go off half-sho- t not yet I narmon snatched at the sign of our contract? Ever heard of promoter's liability? I'd certainly hate weakness, and was Instantly per to sco you get Into trouble, but If suasive. "Stay on another six weeks; mnke you've mado any wild statements the rest of your killing. After this Is about mnterlal facts" Hllllard was straining halt across over, do what you please. You'll have money enough to suit yourself. Ira the table. rasped. "You told mo the oro was therel playing straight with you . . "Kmbreo of tho Trust nnd Deposit And I thought the worst that could am I not?" company " "Yes." sold Hllllard, with withering happen would bo to tie up this money "Oh, yes." Harmon smoked reflecfor n few yeurs that's why a pros- sarcasm, "you are!" "Yes, we know each other. pect's so tively. Harmon glowered at him. hnrd to sell I I knew darned g What did he have to say?" "Don't you accuse mo of well It wasn't any whirlwind right you, son I It's tho other way "It wasn't so much what ho said as new, but I did think they'd . . . tho way ho said It I suppose you've they'd nt least mako something good round," had some disagreement with theso peo- out of it . . . eventually "You aren't fool enough to expect . ple?" me," said Hllllard shakily, "to keep on oven If It . . ." "Somo disagreement" admitted liar-ma"Ahl" said Harmon, sneering, "but trying to sell more of this rotten stuff grinning. "Theso up stnto farmyou had every opportunity to learn the You aren't enough of a fool for ers nnd I love each other llko a couple focts "I can, and I do. You're In for It opportunity. It's not of strange bulldogs. I now, Hllllard, nnd you can't very well my fault If you went off "If It Isn't objectlonablo to you." don't know what you've represeisted to go bnck. You've collected money said Hllllnrd, hesitating. "I'd rather your gnng up here. I'm not responsi- you can't get your hands on It again you enn't make any restitution. You've llko to know a bit about It, Mr. Har- ble. All I know Is that you'vo collectmon. The subject might come up ed sixty-twthousand dollars, and lied your head off already; you can' later. It's almost sure to, now that turned It over to me, and I'm to give do any better now than to stick to Kmbrec's seen you nnd spoken to me you stock for It and pay you a rebate your first story, because tho truth's a good deal worse. You'd better make about you. And It you've had any In cash. Maybo you call It a commisquarrel with this crowd, even If It sion . . . It's a rebate I Head the your killing and make It quick. And wasn't your fault, and If It came out contract Head It carefully, while If you open your head for Just one lit hat I'm working for you, nnd there you're about It Take It to a lawyer; tie peep . . . flooey, floocy, and the was any tnlk about It, you can see 1 don't care. Any lawyer you like. If fatjs in the fire.. Well . . .?" how I'd have to be on the. defensive. you've gone boyond the facts Tin (To bo Continued) mighty sorry foe you, but I don't see er double-crossinn, "The funny part about It" he said bctr that' Still" y half-cocke- o By JAMES P. HORNADAY. Washington. New plans for contin uing the continental conquest of vast agricultural hind throughout the coun try nre being mndo by the govern ment's reclamation service. The mnln object Is to Increase the cultivable area of the United States In proportion to the Increase of population, which whether n certnln statute Is still In means the nddltlon of millions of ncrcs existence, whether It has been repealed of land, for the census burentt now esti or nmended, nnd tho only solution Is mates that the new 1020 census will laborious research through the differshow n populntlon of 103,000,000 nn ent volumes of compiled statutes nnd Increase of 14,000,000 ieopIo In tho the stntutes nt Inrgc. Inst ten yenrs. With congress enacting about 000 Tho new program of land develop new Inws a year, these difficulties nre ment calls for new legislation tbnt In ever Increasing, and with the new vol Itself Is unique among reclamation ume It Is planned that even n layman measures, for It calls for no money can find out whnt Is tho Inw. Judges from the public treasury, not even and Inwyers, In urging the new codl- the Item of overhead expenses or the flcntlon, declare thnt the new volume. cost of preliminary Investigations, If properly prepared, will snvc litiLandowners, desiring water for their gants thousands of dollars, relieve properties, It Is planned, must pay nil Judges of much worry nnd nnxlety Inthe expense, but the government would cident to decision of cases', nnd be n encourage them by permitting the rec- hnndy reference for nil practicing lawIn the yers. lamation service to development of reclamation projects. Only Once Before. finanocd by prlvnte capital. Only once before In tho history of New principles In American legis the United Stntes hns official effort lation underlie the proposal. It alms been mnde toward the codification of to combine the benefits of both pub the federal laws, and thnt wns more lie nnd prlvnte enterprise without In yenrs ngo. Since that first currlng the drawbacks of cither. Pro than forty laws codification, of ench congiess ponents of the plan say thnt It will at hnvo been published 'n separate vol Wast elenrly reveal the limitations of umes, designated as stntutes nt Inrge. private, enterprise In the field of rec The first codification wns begun In land settlement without 1874, n second edition of lamation and the volume costing the government ono cent nppenring In 1878. A start nt codificaBenefit to the West tion also was mado 20 years ngo, but never completed. In several states of the seml-nrlSince then more new laws have been West notably Colorado and Nebrnskn, there exist large communities of fnlrly enacted by congress thnn In nil of the well developed farms In prlvnte owner- preceding century, nnd the new volume ship, on which by application of Irrlgn' will use the old codification as a basis. tlon the production may te doubled, Congressional clerks nre now laboring The nrld West might also be benefited over Uie new volume, with Judges nnd nnd I wise drainage projects In the Inwyers generally assisting them, north and south. while the Iwuse committee on revision When the fertile prairies of tho West of tho Inws Is sitting ns n flnnl court were open to settlement the nation had of npproval of the work. no difficulty In keeping Its agriculture Tho effort of tho committee, and Its even In advance of Its rapidly growing nsslstnnts, Is not to "Improvo" tho law,, population. The conditions today, how not to change the law, but simply to ever, ore such ns to require oggresslve reproduce It as It now Is, and was leadership on the pnrt of tho govern made by the congress of the United ment A serious factor In the general Stntes. The great code, when comtrend from the farm to the city nt the pleted, will consist of more thnn 10,000 present time Is the high cost of small sections nnd constitute the culminattracts favorably located with respect ing assembly of a code that began to markets nnd transportation, togethwhen Washington signed the first net er with the slzo of Inltlnl Investment pnssed by congress 131 years ago. required. Although bringing no new wrinkles Frnnk'.'n K. Lane, former secretary Into the law, the new code will extend of tho Interior department, now in beyond a mere compilation nnd rearprlvnte life. Indorse the new proposal rangement, the plnn being thnt It shnll ns does Senator Smoot of Utah nnd proceed to the extent of harmonizing Congressman Klnknld of Nebraska, npparent contradictions, omitting repechnlnnan of the house lands commit titions; In short, n revision of things tee, and other congressional lenders. substnntlve ns well ns those which con"There nre millions of ncres of poten cern only arrangement and form. tially rich lands which may be pur The task Is regnrded as huge by chased In largo tracts nt n very low-- Judges and Inwyers, but they have price In their present condition," says been urging the beginning of the work Mr. Lane. "By the new plan, it In be for yenrs, declaring thnt sooner or lleved that settlers can effect savings later It must be done. Tho revision of f equalling ns much as nnd more 1878 Is, of course, very old, Incomplete of the prices they ordlnnrlly pay for nnd. In some respects, antiquated. By small rural holdings. This would be reason of amendments from time to tho case first becnuso land owners tlmo of mnny of Its sections the old would enter Into contracts for sale code does not now present n safe reliof their property on n ance for those called upon to make basis; second, Itecauso the heavy use of It charges of sales agencies and Interest Court Officials Offer Aid. nccrulng until disposition of subdivided Before undertaking the compilation nren.i could bu practically eliminated, Settlers would probably save enough of tho new volume, Mr. Little wrote to on the first cost of their land to pay United Stntes district nttorneys and for their Improvement and live stock federal Judges throughout tho country nil of whom responded thnt thore These snvlngs would nggregnto lens of thousand:! nnd possibly millions of was a dire necessity for the official Besides expressing the dollars, und, further, the terms of pay compilation. ntment could bo mndo such as to glvo need of tho work, theso Judges nnd purchasers at least a reasonable torneys offered many suggestions as to tho contents of tho new volume, and chance of success." somo volunteered to aid tho congresHow Government Would Aid. sional workers In the preparation of the Under tho new plnn, tho Initiative new book. Tho Index of tho now according to the men now at for development must be taken by tho landowners They work on tho compilation. Is more dlfflor communities. would apply to tho mterlor department cult to frurao than tho volumo Itself. for tho use of the engineering faclll The aim bnck of, tho Index will be to ties of the reclamation service to In so phrase nnd compile It thnt nny pervestlgnto a proposed project, accom son can find, under tho respective designated titles, the laws on each subpnnylng their application with tho estl mated cost of such Investigation. If ject on which ho desires Information. Tho men who led the revision work their project Is approved as sound nnd feasible from an engineering, economic more than two scoro years ago were und agricultural point, of view, tho sec among the well known lawyers of their retary of the interior would enter In day. Investigation Completed. to u contract with the landowners un der which ho agrees to organise nnd Government experts working under develop tho project precisely as Is now tho supervision of tho bureau of. dono under the reclamation law, with standards havo completed an Intho Importnnt difference thut the pro vestigation of tho hut manufacject Is constructed wholly at the ex turing Industry which revealu somo Inponse of tho landowners. teresting (nets ns to how a felt hat is In financing the project tho land made, Tho Investigation Is one of a owners would enjoy tho benefit of the series couducted by tho goverrfnient project's approval by engineers, ccon w,lth tho vlow of aiding business and outlets and administrators, represent Industry. Generally, ono supposes that Ing the reclamation service, which Is hats nre made of a mixture of wool generally regarded as tho greatest en and cotton, but tho fact Is that glneerlng organization In the world hats aro of rabbit fur. The with seventeen years' experience In American Industry, centering in Conthe reclamation of arid lands. The necticut, virtually begins when a rabfinancing would be accomplished un bit Is caught In Australia, and ends der either u public or a private cor whon the bow Is put on la Danbury, In either case. It would be It Is a long, long Journey, and the disporation. done In accordance with state laws, cover)' of felt making goes back te and with tho government only a8sum olden times. d one-hnlvol-um- o, Amer-lenn-ma- When nil tho laws havo been assem bled within ono volume, Mr. Little will present them to the sennto and house of representatives' for a proceeding entirely perfunctory, and likely not to excite more eiinn passing mention. At present If ono wishes to ascer tain whnt tho federal law Is on a given question, nn examination must be made of 30 great volumes In order to bo strictly accurate. Much of the law Is hidden In npproprlntlon acts, and It Is ns dlfflcult to find ns tho proverbial needle In the haystack. As the laws nro now compiled, lawyers comtlatn thnt It sometimes Is hnrd to determine Page Four BAPTIST CHURCH THE CITIZEN July 22, 1020. The S'unday night services at the To clear up and clean up stock, We Think the Men Who Are Baptist Church have been in charge we will put on sale Friday, July 23, ol various organizations In tho NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, OATHERED FROM A Making Deposits in , ico good hats at $1.00 and J J, 00. VARIETY OF SOURCES church during the month of Jtly. In this lot of hats will go J5.00, The first Sunday nlgfil, our Sun $4.00, $3.50, and $3.00 hats. Wc was In charge. The carry over nothing. We haven't the Mr. W. H. Mahon Is quite ill in workers, wo enlarged tho work. room, all our hats must sell. No during the past three or four months difference what the sacrifice in price, the Robinson hospital. to rnlse the school lo a higher basis. we sell out each season. Come now Mrs William Rowers or Richmond Scientific horse shoeing, flno iron l irst, wo look Hie census of tho at once and get you a good hat for work antl repairs of all description! Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. town, doing it in about two hours. $1.00, a splendid value for f 2.00. regularly are getting ready to do something ! Shop, Leslie Adams, this week. at the College Blacksmith and Elsie This census showed about six hunThe Misses Mildred When they are ready to make a Business Main street, north of The Citizen dred people in Bcrca, nominally JUST IN ad. Farmer who have been making Office. Step they will have our encouragement and Baptists. At once wo went after quite an extended visit 'wllh their financial support. them. Some special new hats for Mid- sister, Mrs. Lucy Riddle, in Ten- workers, While wc Improved Ihe wc enlarged Ihe work season anu lor tnc lair, ai in nessee have returned home. Miss Iva Harrison is visiting Six beautiful white passed the three hundred JoneV-- store. Hamilton, 0. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Richardson Wo have Milan just in. rour bcautilul big Cary and Ida joined a parly of friends from Lex- mark in enrollment. Misses Martha If you want the support of your banker in any Our deacons, of whom there are black moline hats. Four lovely Caudill, former nurses of the ington at Boonesboro Sunday and enterprise first demonstrate your management fourteen, wero leaders for July It. white moline and hair braid hats. lege Hospital, were here Tuesday, spent an enjoyable day. ability by owning a from Winchester, where they aro All new hati but reasonable in price. Dr. and Mrs. Dunn of Richmond At this scrvlco they gave us a very nursing in the Clark County Hos- were guests ot Boone Tavern Sun- frco and frank discussion of 'The Scriptural Deacon." It was like pital. MRS. LAURA JONES day. going lo sen your own plcluro Rev. J. W. Masters began a revival A parly of young people spent tho Berea, Kjr. Phone 164 meeting at tho Glades Church week-en- d on nobes Mountain last painted as it ought to be. Their disthought-provokilast Thursday night The interest week. Mr. Nickel and Miss Madison cussion was n METHODIST CHURCH has been good and the meeting will Click, Miss Dean and her brother one. A very fine feature was one of continue. "Saved (0 Servo" was the sub Dean were their chapcroncs. the scripture readings. Though It Will .1. W. Herndon'who has been sick A number of summer school stu- was done without previous study, jeet of tho sermon last buntuo for a few days is again able to be dents were in tho parly. They had the reader gave the sense as ho read. morning. Tho pastor also preached Last Sunday morning our B.Y.P.U a very impressive sermon Sunday, about. a splendid time, although it rained. On Tuesday, July 20, a girl was Wo arc authorized to say that was in charge o our opening ser evening. A large congregation at born to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Strong the new Telephone Directory Is vice. Mr. Young spoke briefly and tended both. at their home on Center street. Had printed and ready for distribution. clearly concerning our young people Epworth League was held last Get Ready For The it been a boy its namo might bo They may be had by calling for and their relation lo tho church Sunday evening by Ethel Wyatt. The night service was a very care Service next Sunday evening at 0:30. announced as "Warren Harding." them at tho office fully planned one. About twcnly-flv- e Bcrca College Press is printing We desire lo invite all who care women sat together to present (o came, to both church services: the Official Program ami Premium UNION CHURCH their regular program for July Sunday morning, il a.m. and the list for tho Berea Fair, which is to Dr. Hutchins will speak Sunday Their program was a featuro in one evening service at ,7:30. All are be held hero August I, 5. C. We are informed that somo high class at 11:00 a.m. upon "Longevity," way seldom excelled. They used welcome. cattle and other stock will be en- There will be a Song Service in the about forty people In carrvine II The Thursday evening prayer tered and that this promises to be Union Church at 7:30, Thursday, to- ouL We were indeed glad to have meetings continue lo be interesting gether with violin music. the Collego Quarletfo sing for us and helpful. the greatest fair ever held here. Tho wholo program was fine. telephone directory is A new Last. Friday night, tlic choir met Increased Premium List, Home Work, Field and Next Sunday morning tho pastor for the first time lo practice, unbeing printed for tho Berea TeleCHRISTIAN CHURCH Garden Products, Big Premiums for Show Horses, will bring a message on "Indivi der tho direction of Prof. Rigby. phone Company. morning dual Work for Individuals." Notwithstanding tho Mules, Cattle, Hogs and Poultry. Dr. and Mrs. C. C Smoot and Tho After spending some time In singdaughter, Elizabeth, of Richmond, shower, the services last Lord's night program will bo in charge of ing, a president, sVorclnry and Ky are spending a vacation of a day proved to be quito interesting n Gospel Team which is a new thing treasurer wero elected. and profitable to all, from Bible-scho- ol with us. Five of our people com few weeks at Boone Tavern. Wednesday night was decided Mrs. Jennie Fish and daughter, hour to the close of the ser- pose a team, who will study and upon for completing the organizaMau's Greater Shows will furnish allhigh class atMrs. E. G. Walker, have gone to Ml. mon. In a short business session do personnl work. They will also tion, while Friday night of each tractions. We expect to put on following tho regular services, a do deputation work. These services week will be set aside for practice. Jackson Sanitarium. building committee are aimed at folks. Wo want to Leroy Peak and family were here chairman of the visiting Charles Peak on last Sun- was elected and empowered to make reach them. They seem to bo doing PLENTY OF FRUIT FOR BEREA such appointment at once. Somo just what was planned. day. The fruit crop is very good In Regular services aro: Sundav. Ihe section of Berea. and our citiMrs. John Cunnigham has gone to visitors were with us, whose pres Grounds will be open each night during the Fair. preaching, it a.m.. 7:15 p.m.: B.Y zens should can and preserve as Chicago to spend the summer with ence we appreciated very much Next Lord's Day we hope to have P.U- - 0:15 p.m., Sunday-schoo- l. 9:1! much as the price of sugar will E. relatives. T. Fish Secretary It has been necessary to change a good attendance at all the ser a.m.; Thursday, Prayer meeting. allow. "Old-tim- e morning. In tho after 7:15 p.m. Fiddlers' vices of the the date of the We arc anxious lo have our Rev. John Cunningham, Pastor. people securo the best satisfaction Meeting" which is to be held in thu noon the minister goes to Scaffold Insurgent It Executed. College Tabernacle. The new data Cane lo preach. All tho members of Jno. F. Dean J. W. Herndea in (he fruit (hat they buy. and Mexico City. General Jesus M. Gua- is Saturday evening, August 21. the congregation as well as friends thereforo mako .tho foUowing Jardo, an Insurgent, who was JUDGE GILBERT IN TOWN Dr. and Mrs. H. I. Blood and are especially asked to be present Judge GilberJ of Sliclbyvillc was statement: tho cost of handling to denth by a nummary court DEAN 4 HERNDOlf daughter, of Middletown, 0., are visW. J. Hudspeth, m town one day last week, shnfclnc fruit this year is very high anil martial at Monterey, charced with reREAL ESTATE Minister, iting with Dr. B. F. Robinson and hand with his Democratic friends the prices will vary for peaches bellion, was executed by a firing squad, family. from $2.00 lo $3.00 per bushel, for nuajardo, who waa reported to have and making new acquainlences, We Sell the Earth and the Bouses Mr. and Mrs. C D. Lakes and COMMUNITY MEETING He states that as Governor Cox grapes from $3.00 to $1.00 per bu killed General Kmlnlano Zapata, ban therconl If you want a Home in or daughter, of Ravenna, were guests of In the date of Morolei, more We will supply fruit in Berea dlt chief declares to leave the temperance than one year recently around Berea como and seo us. W Mrs. Lakes' mother and sister Mra. The residents of Jackson street question solely to Congress, at fifty cents below the prices in when en route tobro, rebelled with havo Somo Especially Attractive and as Chihuahua Martha Early and Mrs. C. B. Holder, enjoyed a most pleasant evening at the district is dry Bargains in small places around is the Lexington, and at Crest View farm over Sunday. the homo of Prof, and Mrs. John F. dry candidate, he iand he logical fifty cents below prices in Berea. men. town. Also some good Blue Grass the Judge and Mrs. J. G. Baxter were Smith, on Wednesday evening. Pic man lo nominate for Congress, and For example, if peaches are $3.50 I arms. The Nine Worthies." visiting in Berea Friday. nic baskets conlaining things from he will be nominated by a at Lexington, l.hey will ln $3.00 Thee wero nlno famous personajres Drop in at The Bank and talk It Miss Bcrlha Robinson has moved weiners and bacon (to be roasted that in Berea and $250 at the farm. large majoritv. often alluded to and classed together. over with us when you aro in Berea. to her new homo on Boone street. over the bon-flrto ico cream and genWe have Just shipped 200 bu. of A common list Include 5 thrw If you havo property that you want The Rev. C. E. Vogel has moved into sherbet and rake. Qui, la la I Beginning about tiles, Hector, Mm of Priam; Alexander early peaches. NOTIOE the house vacated by Miss RobinGames wero played by tho young July 20, we will have a large pick the Great, Julius Caesnr; three Jews, lo turn into cash como and list it son. sters and music was furnished by The subscribers of tho Berea ing of early "Elbertas,' which are Joshua, eonqueror of Canann; DaTld, with us. Our business is to sell IL Mrs. Blanch Wilson Early and the genial host. All had a thoroly Telephone Company aro hereby good canning peaches, free stone. king of Israel; Judas Maccabaeus; Respectfully, Christians, Arthur, ktnr of Ilrlt-atsmall daughter, of Cleveland, are the happy time and were loath to leavo notified that on and nfter August Persons desiring 1 these peaches three Charlemagne, Godfrey of Houll-Ioguests of friends and reatives in when the hour came to depart. A I, 1!?0, Ihe rental rales on all teleshould leavo their orders willi & Herndoa someDean Hercules and Pompey nre Berea. suggestion to arrango for another phones will he raised or Increased their grocers or if Ihev desire to times named among them, nnd Guy of A. F. Scruggs has returned from meeting met. with a prompt and as follows. All residenco telephones go fo the farm for them, they should Warwick sometimes appears la place in Ihe city of Berea, the rato will a short trip to Columbus, 0. unanimous approval. call 63. ring 2. Peaches should be! of Godfrey. $2.00 per month. be All business ' Mrs. Botkins and children have telephones will be $3.00 per month canned between July 20 and Aug The "Swan Sono." returned from Hazard to their homo ust 15, at which timo grapes will F. L. MOORE'S PRICE OF ICE ADVANCES This will Include all professional There Is an old superstition that the in Berea. begin to como in. swan brenks Into sonc nt tho approach Owing to tho fact that coal has telephones, whether in residenco or Dr. D. O. Bowman and wife motorWe should remember that sugar, of death. Hence the expression "swnn in office where professional man ed thru from Cleveland Tuesday to advanced to $8.25 per ton at tho labor and material will bo high song" Is often used to refer to a Inst mines, we are obliged lo make a lias only one telephone. visit the home folks a while. and, at these prices homo canned poem or musical work written Just beAll telephones nulsido City of Be sliglit advance in, the prices of FOR fruit can ho secured much cheaper fore the composer's death. The exMiss Helen James has returned ice. Wo hope this will only bo rea rates will be, Residence Tele lhan you will bo ablo lo buy on pression Ims nlso been extended to apphones $2.00. Business Telephones from a series of visits in Lexington temporary. First Class Repairing tho market this fall and winter. ply to tho last speech of n politician and Carlisle. From now until further notice, $3.00 per month. It is useless lo say Tho most of before being forced Into obscurity. AND our merchants have why we are raisins rates as every- agreed tho rates will be as follows: fo cooperate with us in hand . body knows conditions govornlnc Evolution of the Harp. 70c. per 100 lb. if coupon books are Fm Line of Jewelry ling this fruit, and wo aro glad to The modern hnrp has been evolyed purchased prepaid; 80c. per 100 lb. telephone supplies, equipment and supply BEREA, KY the fruit needed for this from types found among the Egyp- MAIN ST. where Ico is purchased for cash 'labor is tho same as all other lines town, tians, Syrians, Hebrews and various nnd much worse than most other 300 lb. cakes of ico for $2.00. Dealer in This statement is mado that you Celtic nations. Wo greatly regret this necessary branches of business. Wo have lo may not looso an opportunity lo advance, but you can readily see overhaul and repair the system got good fruit at modoralo prices. Classified Advertisements and expect to put it up in first class tho necessity. Wo can ship to Lexington nnd, condition and then give our subVery cordially yours, ' Telephone 68 -- other oities and secure higher Berea, Ky. (2w-- l) H. E. Taylor scribers first class service, and we prices, but wo hopo to supply our! MAKE YOUR RESERVATION FOR ean'l do this without more Is GREENGAGE PLUMS NOW charged for service. Wo havo held own community llrsL We recom mend that all peaches bo canned See Mrs. J. P. Bicknoll, 42 Chestnut. off and fried to pel around this first-cla- ss step; but tho worst has come, and in glass cans with new, rubbers. Peaches can be canned DRESSMAKING that is (ho Ryslem can not longer without Sugar nnd sweetened when Every effort will bo mado lo give bo run, much less be rebuilt, unused. Orders should bo plaoed at satisfaction. Have recently moved less wo got more money. least two days before tho day you lo Berea. Call and give me a trial. We want to eIvo yon good serwish to can. Mrs. Hattlo Porter, Fir Cottage. vice anil wo are only asklne n Thts. Mindly Utile PEPSOTONK The New Fall Line of F. O. Clark. (3w-0- ) small raise In rales n comparison Tablets can bring you this powir. advertisement with advances we havo had to meet. Tbiy have a wiy of r.bulldlne lh. TOR SALE While iron bed, We exneet fn make a reasonablo ntln sy.um. Th,7 pilrg, ,h Caged Beasts' Short Lives, spring and mattresses, dressers, and of Iroputltlts. They cleanse lh. blood. deduction from ahovo mentioned Statistics that the lives of rates fo any firm or Individual who wild beasts show captivity nre much tables, chairs, oil stove nnd a good In I rC'!,,,h tUwi nttvt' ""ifh.o wiakenid tlssuis. Food Lite, washing machine. Apply to has as many as four or more b.iiir shorter thun those at liberty, especialher PEPSOTONE hM b.. Mrs. S'allio Bogie, wo.t Wo regret lo have lo ly In tho ensu of exotic beasts. The Your mists agrie with you. You fo mako this change, but to glvo you tiger and panther In captivity do not (2t-5- ). Estill streot. Indltfi.Uon, hiaoach... Ilsll.ssni what Berea and your locality aro llvo moro than seven or eight years, Sl "PWo(m" to your J,uttut. J entitled to, thero is nothlmr nlso hyenas five to six years nnd the WANTED A woman as a housetUnhlmJSc. Voul,,1 browu bears seven to eight, althouch vmuMnL fo do. Washings sent out. Now on display at Model Press Shop Jay'i Pepiotone Company reach twenty when at keeper. they ofu-Wo thank one nnd nil for your liberty. In captivity the white bear t.f. Address Box 117, Berea, Ky. iiuauamaa. W. Va, patience nnd many favors of the reaches only four or five and the past and hope lo havo your elephant, which often attains 100 . found Tuesday ancrnoon. a when at liberty, lives only twenty to pair of In tho future. glasses, In Exclusive Local Dealer Cuged monkeys, thirty. however front of Davis Boarding House. Respectfully yours, well housed, live only seven or eight Berea Telephone Co.. Inc. Tho owner may call at Porter-Moo- ro years, and nearly an die from WELCH'S DEPT. STORE By J. W. Creech, Pres. Drug Store. day-scho- ol LOCAL PAGE feature Services at the Baptist Church $land$2 Hat Sale Best Biacksmithing Savings Accounts SAVINGS ACCOUNT ng BEREA NATIONAL BANK BEREA FAIR August 4, 5 and 6, 1920 Good Racing Each Day of the Fair An Airplane Flight Each Day c) Jewelry Store W. F. KIDD Real Estate . JorePowp ToYoy" lelo-phon- es. TAILORING ft E. G. WALKER gold-rimm- ed July 22, 1920. THE CITIZEN of Dodging ft Dream Train. Louisville, Ky. He wni In the center of ft high bridge, below wns ft vast pncc and a train wns speeding down upon him when Frank Sclfrled, Jr took the lone chnnrc nnd swung beneath the bridge with hi flngem grasping the rail. Just n the wheels near-e- d his Angers he dropped. lint Ind stead of dropping from n bridge renlly tttt twenty-fou- r feet from n second story window. An nnkle wns broken nnd his dream ended Pel-frieslnid-tancousl- Pago Fivo The Citizen A family Ncwipapcr for all that It right true, and Interesting mfclUhtd Dangr Read the Jingles Ladies of taste, who really care About the way thoy dress, All know our haU and ready-lo-we- ar Aro tho latest and tho beet You'll find tho new creations Aro hero upon display, And you all aro moro than wolcomo To try them on today. - They Bring You a Joyful Message thought of this, friends, Though you're prosperous today, It is not what you'ro taking In. But what you put away. So lake care of the liltlo dimes And save them as you go, For largo accounts for a ,Tralny day," From small deposits grow. Start now with Havo you ever You'vo heard Now that is F.Trr Thuridtr, at Bma, Kjr, BEREA WM. FROST, Edltar.U-Cal.- 1 J. O. LEHMAN, Maaailag EJIter SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYADt.K IN ADVANCE On Hl a (lncrpT.t4) PUBLISHING CO. Month Thret Monthi Pcit-off- Yrar I.fO .11 , . . .to . EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS Btid montr br of KiprM (Contlnned rrom Po tlflM) Montr Ordrr, Draft, KtiltUrci) letter, or on and two rent ilimpi. kin, of Walnut M endow, were tlio date afttr your nam on label ahowa guests Tht of Mr. nnd Mrs. Lewis Bot-kf- n, to what data your aubatrlptlon la paid. If It It not chanird within thrra wnki after Sunday. Mrs. Lnurn Huff of renewal, notify ua, Mlitlnc numbera will ba gladly iupplled Duncnnnon was visiting Mrs. Geo. If we ar notified. Born to Mrs. Dailey Liberal terma (Urn to any who obtain HufT Inst week new auhatrlptlona for ua. Anyone lending Lamb n hoy Would liko to hear ua four yearly aubtrrlptlona can The Citlten free for on year. Advertising ratra on application. receive it said that money talks; not a Jest, For when you spend a dollar here, It really shows somo "cento." For hardware, tools and cutlery And tho best stoves that you can buy, When trading here, your monoy talks, But it doesn't say "good-by- o P Jennie B. Fish Co. Tho proper hat for every head. Ouf Is complete. line of ladies' ready-to-we- ar The Berea National Bank Join the ranks of those who Iooft ahead. Duerson Hardware & Grocery Co. Home of Keen Kultcr tools, Banna's Guaranteed Paints, and Pure Food Groceries. Phono 129. tho Dlspulnnla news. POWELL A Till". AMERICAN I'HLSS ASSOCIATION Torelan AdvertUlna Hruretentatlve .A REUNION Blind Man' Direction Exact. lady wns trying Tlio to find her wny nbout nftor emerging from the Mibwny nt Astor place. No pollccmnn being In slRlit, she nskiil man. directions of the news-stan"Isn't It dreadful, not to tie oblo to find your way around?" (lie snld. Tin hopelessly befuddled. Would you please tell me how to get to Wnverley plncc?" "Are you facing enst or west?" asked the iiiniu "Am I fnc-lu- g en st or west?" repented the Indy, putzled. And then sho saw that the man whom she hnd asked to point out the wny wns Mind, "I'm facing cast" she snld slowly. "Well, turn about west, then," wild the cheerful rolce of the blind newsdealer, nnd he went on to give her explicit directions. She followed them to the letter, finding them to he exnet, fnr clenrer, In fact, than directions generally received from those who see. New York Evening Sun, -JV. I d iicws-stnnd " Famous Tarpelan Rock. Tnrpelan rock Is it precipice on tho south side of Capltotlne hill at Home, down which crlmlnnls sentenced to a, death were nt one time thrown hend-lonIt derived Its nnme from Tar-peln vestal virgin nnd daughter of Spurlui Tnrpelus, the governor of the citadel, who agreed to open the gntes to the Snblnes, then nt war with the Itomans, on condition of receiving from them what they wore on their arms, meaning their bracelets, Tnr-pel-n wns rewarded for her treachery by being crushed to death by the weight of the shields cast upon her by the soldiers, who shouted as they hastened by: These are the ornaments we wear on our arms." According to legend, Tnrpeln ever sits In the henrt of the rock, adorned with gold and jewels, and bound by a spell. ( Dates Dack to Old Testament. Throwing old shoes after n brldnl couple dates back to the Old Testn-men- u When n man transferred n piece of property ho took off his shoe and handed It to the purchnser to seal tho bargain. In mnrrlnge ceremony It has .come to menn that tho parents glvo up all dominion over their daughter. In ancient times, when tho young man wns unnble to arrango with tho parents for the purchase of the girl, he would run off with her and hide. Many times he employed tho help of trusted friend. From theso Incidents custom of the comes tho wedding Journey of hidden destination. Tho trusted friend of long ago Is tho best man of today, who still helps with the arrangements of themnrrlaKe, well-know- n reunion of unusual interest was commemorated nt tlio pleasant country homo of Will Tnylor Powell Sunday, July 18, about two miles from llercn on tlio Walnut Meadow Piko. An clabornlo nnd sumptuous! feast of "fat tilings on tho leas" was prepared by tlm wives nnd dnugh- I irs whoso consummalo skill In tho culinary art nbiy attested their efficiency nnd supremacy in that department. Miss Annio Powell, of Kirby Knob delightfully entertained tbe guests by her superior ability ns n muslcinn, both vocal mil instrumental. Tho lively strains of tlio Vlctrola added to tlio pleasure nnd zest of the hnppy diners who were loath to loavo tlio table groaning under its load of delectable viands. Tho occasion so conducivo to harmony, and good cheer should be perpetuated annually. "In union there is strength." By unity, confusion and misundcr-flandl- ns aro displaced by love and sympathy." The influence nnd inspirntion derived from family reunions may best be illustrated by tho loadstone It not only atlrarts particles of iron by magnetic virtue but unites them solidly in one body. The genial host, W. T. Powell, by his charming courtesy and ability to entertain and interest eacli gue9t was the dominant feature of the ocof tho nearest casion. "Forty-fiv- e relatives were present. Fivo sfsters of tho host were unable to attend. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Jas. M. Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Powell, Mr. nnd Mrs. Agcc Powell nnd child, Mr. nnd Mrs. Dewey Powell, Mr. nnd Mrs. Shelby Powell, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Powell, and two children, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Campbell and child, Mr. and Mrs. I.oyd Powell and child, Pete Powell. Mr and Mrs. T. J. Flannery, Anna Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hendricks and chid.Mr. nnd Mrs. John'Dairs, Mr. nnd Mrs. Asa Parks and four children, Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Mul-li- ns and two children. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Moody, Mrs. Hobart Powell, Bill Richmond and his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Gale Broughton and child. COUNTY Vaughns Mill Vaughns Mill, July 19. Tho shale business is very promising at pres ent, by the cvidenco of so keen n POWELL Tho pcoplo know for miles around When they bring their poultry and eggs to town, That wo pay top price, and thai Is why Our patrons say wo satisfy. When tradingiero you all can feel You get a fair and honest deal; And when you bring furs and hides to town, Twill pay you if you call around. The S. E. Welch Department 9loro Can suit tho purso of rich or poor In dry goods, clothing, hats and shoos, In the latest styles from which to choose. The newest furnishings aro thero And ladies garments all ready to wear; And whether your purchase Is largo or small, They give tho samo service to one and all. There's a clothing etoro in Borea For men and boys who "know." A store for particular dressers, Who want thoir things "Just so" And whether it'is a suit of clothes, A hat or shirt or tic, A pair of shoes or underwear This is tho placo to buy. t S. E. Welch Dept. Store Furniture, stoves, rugs, curtains, etc. Pure food groceries and high grade drugs, soda fountain, etc. Beret Produce Compamy Wo also buy all kinds of Junk. Day phono Night phone, 13G. CO. J. Everything M. Coyle & Co. to wear for men and boys. WHY I TRADE AT HOME Tho Model Press Shop is modern; They'll order your clothes for you, Then clean them when they'ro dirty, And steam nnd press them too. And when your clothes aro wearing out, They'll mako them look liko new With their expert alteration, And then they'll dye for you. Model Press Shop W. P. Montgomery, Phone 191. nt homo and never roam Seeking bargains elsewhere. I love tho town in which I live, For ail my interests aro thero And then again, I buy from friends Wo all need ono another. When I run short I oan approach My dealer as a brother. When buying here with conscience clear, I put my money down, I know it stays right hero and works For tho welfare of my town. Another thing, right hero I bring The produce that I raise And always get an honest deal I've found out that it pays. . And then I know when buying here It helps things to relax, And helps the man who pays "r His portion of tho tax. And when I'm sick or in hard luck The man I buy from's here With tho pocketoook, if need be, And kindly words of cheer; So that is why I trade at home; I'm a booster through and through, For a town that's good to live in f Is good to buy in, too. I trade There's a furniture store In Berea, That's known for miles around, Where furniture, rugs and linoleums And curtains and stoves aro found; In fact, they havo most everything That's needed in tho home And you'll save a lot of money, If you heed this littlo poem. f ce. R. H. Chrisman Plows, etc. Prompt undertaking tier-viDay phono 26. Night phone 46. Complete lino of tho famous Oliver and Avery Farm Implements. 1r If you're thinking soon of building You should heed this littlo ad, For a higher grade of lumber No firm has over had. Our building material, sash and lath And shingles stand tho test. For when it comes from us, you know, You get the very best. There's a modern garage in Berea, With a oorps of experts there Who aro well equipped to put your car In tho very best of repair; And then besides, they have supplies And filtered gasoline accessories And their Aro tlio finest ever seen. Printer's ink makes millions think, And that's tho reason why An ad placed in Tho Citizen . ," ' Will always satisfy. This paper goes into tho homes, To tho ones you want to tell About tho good things that you have, And the things you want to sell. Boone Tavern Garage Agency Oakland Sensiblo Biz. Phone 18. Wren & Parks Lumber Co. Everything that goes into a building. The Citizen "The Paper That Goes Home" Wonderful Mammoth Cave. Mammoth cave Is today tho greatest subterranean nren known to exist It tins five different levels nnd tlio temperature Is at all times 54 degrees. Kternnl dnrkness and stillness Stnlnctltes nnd stareign supreme. lagmites take on the form of fluted columns, of festoons and of irrnper-le- s. There aro great nudltorlums with lofty ceilings one where tho formations reemhlo a starlit sky domes hundreds of feer high, the sides formed of tier after tier of fluted columns, nivl n river, tho Echo, navigable for hnlf n mile, which derives Its nnme from the fnct that the slightest noise Is Intensified a thousand times. when one can visit Angkor (In tho Interior of Cnmhodln, French owing to a curious phenomenon known nowhere else In tho world the flows fnct thnt the river pnrt of tho yenr nnd then turns and flows outward, In the opposite direction, for the remnlnder of the year. At such .times ns It flows Inland, during nnd following the rainy senson, there Is water enough to float steamboats. When It flows outward It completely drains u largo lake that forma part of the river bed and leaves the lake dry except for a small trickle down tho center. Indo-ChlnTcn-le-Sn- p There Is only one senson of tho Dependent on Tides. year a) Eskimo's Peculiar Belief. Tho Ksklmo has a peculiar method of seeking spiritual help to nt,d In tho health' of hla offspring, and also to make him Intelligent. He foregoes any ,set form of calisthenics, nnd studies nnd depends entirely on magic. To OWSLEY COUNTY give his son the strength of a bear he Scoville sews Into tho boy's cap a piece of Scoville, Juy 10. Mrs. Demla kin from the roof of a bear's mouth. of having hla offspring grow Brandenburg, of Nicholasvllle, is Desirous Mrs. Jurlah Into an intelligent man, he sews a visiting hor mother, piece of fox head Into the clothing of Hyden. Mrs. Ray Mainous of Kings the boy, which Is supposed to be a ton is visiting relatives at this placo, sure method of endowing hlin with the yMrs. Henry Wynn who has been cunning of the fox. visiting tier motner in Laurel coun competition on tlio several diffcront farms. There has been options taken on several farms through this section, and If tho project develops properly, there will bo built at Clay City a big shalo factory to manufacture this product which is Just now being born. W. R. Cassidy, n retired merchnnt nnd ono of tho wealthiest men of tho county, wns found dead on Sunday, July 11, nt his homo in Clay City, rheumatism, resulting In heart failure, being th cause. Mr. Cassidy was about CO years old and a very honest man Burial was at Mt. Sterling last Tues day. Tho following couples woro recently Joined, heart nnd hand. In the holy bonds of matrimony: Mrs, James Kincaid. a widow, of thb place, to Noah Russell, of Furnace; Willio Barneft, 20, of this place, to Miss I.indy King, of Irvlno; Wlllinm Rollins. 50, of Irvine, to Miss Betllo Sparks, 15. of this placo: Mls3 Martha Snnwden, of Clay City, to Henry Wright, of Winchester. Gran Hackworth, who has been manager of the Day Lumber & Coal Company's storo for tho past twelve years, at Clay City, has purchased n general merchandise stock of goods nt Ravenna nnd, together with his 'family, have moved thero to rcsldo, Mr. and Mrs. Ell. Blovlns of Ra venna wero visitors hero tho past week. ty has returned home, Mrs. Mary wiin Williams spent tho wceK-en- a relatives at Conkling Hamp Ross who has been sick so long is slowly improving. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. with Flannery spent tho week-en- d tho latter's relatives in Jackson county. Born to Rev. and Mrs. T. F. Halo a girl. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Nnthnn Martin a boy Tho oil drill on M. M. Tannery's placo is being moved to tho Barker placo at Endee. Mrs. Ellen Strong, of Johnson City, Tenn, came Wednesday to visit her son, J. E. Strong, on Center street. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Goochland Goorhlnnd, July 17, 1920. Wo are having lots of rain at present which is making all kind3 of farm products grow. Mrs. J. W. Johnson is still very low. M. B. Gabbard is filling up his store at Goochland nnd is doing a good business Thero iJ meeting at Sycamore on tho fourth Saturday and Sunday in this month. Everybody is invited to attend. A. P. Gabbard is doing a good business writing flro insurance for tho Homo Fire Insuranco Company of Now York. He is also hcadqunrtcrs nt Goochland In writing depositions CLAY COUNTY deeds, mortgages and all kinds of Vine contracts. Wm. Jones of Big Bill Vine, July 17, Wc aro having was nt Goochland last Saturday on lots of rain and crops aro looking business. lino. Prof. W. S'. Simpson, tho blind man of Laurel Creek, gave instruCooksburg mental musfo lessons to Miss Vir-g- lo Cooksburg, July 18. Crops aro Pennington last week, to Miss looking tine and lots of good rains. Leona Pennington this week and This has been a busy week as will instruct Miss Myrtlo Penning everybody is trying to finish their Mrs. W.G. ton next week. Mr. and aro corn plowing. Blackberries Pennington, Greenmount, visited reripcy Let us nil fill our cans with latives here Saturday night nnd fruit of all kinds. Don't let sugar Sunday. J. L Pennington Is emkeep our cans empty, we can get ployed with tho milling company of sugar later. C. L. Thoma3 has been Bowman & Morgan, Manchester sowing oats this week. Dean Mni-li- ns Wm. Pennington has erected a now wns bitten on tho thumb last storehouse nnd is selling goods. week by a copperhead snake, measIsaac Chester nnd Btirley Penninguring three and one-ha- lf feet. Dr. ton havo gono to Hamilton, 0., in Pennington of Mt. Vernon was callsearch of work. Dan Whittimoro ed. Mr. Korby, of Climax, is on tho has gono to Livingston to work creek doing lots of dontal work. 0. W. Tincher was through hero This year we nro blest with good ono day this week. F. M. Penning things of all kinds. Joo Staid), of ton nnd J. H. Ponder havo rented Big Hill, was tho guest or Miss Lucy the blacksmith shop of II. C. Morgan Singleton Sunday. Our school bo-pg, and will do n general lino of July 19, with Mrs. Pearl Clark including wagon building as teacher. Best wishes to all cornnd jnotor truck repairing Ester respondents and Citizen readers. Ferguson has tho champion tobacco crop of two acres. His best plant U. S. NEWS is 01 Inches tall and has 22 largo (Continued from Pago One) leaves on it nnd wns set May 13. Monday, July 19, Is the day for tho ganized rail unions for increases totaling approximately ono billion schools to begin In this county. C. W. Clay of MoWhortor will leach dollars, the board decided approxi malely CO per cent of that sum tho Teagues Tavorn school. an black-smithin- would bo a just increase to meet nation for Vice President. present living conditions. Lincoln, Neb, July 20. ProhibiHood River, Ore., July 20. If tionists meeting here tomorrow in William Jennings Bryan deems such William Jennings Bryan's home a move desirable, and ho accepts town for their national convention, the nomination for President on the chiefly favor Bryan for their Presiprohibition ticket, the Rev. William dential nominee, Virgil S. Hin-sha("Billy") Sunday declared today ho chairman of tho prohibition stands ready to accept the nomi national committee, said today. w, SEWING MACHINE Invented and Pat. by W. C. Fr. This well known machine will be sold lor the month of July at special advertising prices, on special terms and a liberal price for your OLD MACHINE. every vital point The FREE sewing machine has valuable improvements that make it far superior to all other machines: il mi lulu, TUFUZIuuU. n. FMC b .t. WtitifU. TU FUE TWrtUrtMMttr. kw Uu nlrttiM. H. TU FUE b tAHcr I Mf FIEE mAm tiwUttl Mrf,ct .tifck. till u To our city patrons will say DON'T FAIL to let our special advertising salesman show you our new Free Westinghouse Electrical Sewing Machine, the most sewing machine on the market. te R. H. Chrisman The Furniture Man Phone 26 . Pago Six THE CITIZEN or the slnndnrd Tiirlety, with pipe leading to registers In the rooms, If a plpeiess furnace la used, It should bo located nenr tho center of the houso with tho targe register in the hall. extends under Hie whole of tho houso. Hero there nro rooms for tho hentlng plant, storage rooms for fuel, fruits ntul vegetables nnd A purl set nslde for tho laundry nnd tho Inmulry equipment. Snrrnundlngw go far toward mnklng any sort of a homo attractive, or the Home owners, especially opposite. thoso whoso houses bnvo considerable spaco nbout them, nre paying more attention to tho planting of shrubs. trees nnd flowers nowadnys thnn over nre Hungnlowa especially before. A basement July 22, 1030. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special BUNGALOW OF UNUSUAL DESIGN m HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizney, Director of Home Science WREN WISE MRS. BRIDE NISHES HER HOME By Bertha Bellows Investigator DESTRUCTIVE HABITS OF BOUSE RATS AND MICE FUR Losses from depredations of houso Seven-RooHome Has Many Id many mil Good Features. Hons of dollnrs yearly, to more, in fact, than thoso from all otlicr in- mammals combined. Tho CONTAINS PLENTY OF ROOM houso mouso and tho brown rat, too familiar to need descrip- lion, arc pests in nearly all parts Artistic Bay Windows and Dormer of tho oountry; while two other Mske Thii Design Different kinds of houso rata, known as tho From the Ordinary Bungalow black rat and itho roof rat, aro Roomi Well Arranged. found within our borders. Of thoso four introduced species, By WILLIAM A. RADFORD. for nono Is native- to America, tho Mr. William A. Radford will answer gutPtlona and alve advice KIIKE or brown rat is tho most destructive, COST on all aubjecta prtalnlnK to lha subject of building, for the readers ot thla and, except tho mouse, tho most numerous nnd most widely dis J jot tributed, nrought to America Just JrA.'Sffi! to William A. Radford. No. HOT Fralrla before the Revolution, it has sup arenu. Chicago. III. and only endow stamp for reply planted nnd nearly exterminated its less robust relative, tho black rat; Jinny home builders object to house COVER CROP and in spilo of tho constant war-fa- ro designs thnt nre umistiul. They sny, By far tho greatest causo of loss nml usually lire correct, thnt unusual of man, extended ils rango and has steadily increased in numbers. in soils is washing. Tho most prac-lir- al houses nre excellent in homes, hut If It and effectivo means of con- are not good Investment. Ils dominance is duo to its great he fecunily and its ability to adapt trolling erosion is io keep tho slinulilbuyersnecessary to soli the postho rrnson ilself to all sorts of surroundings. ground occupied with growing sible nn otltl nre fewer for not optical thnt lmue crop. Every field now in a cul- to so tunny twrsons. will It breeds six or more times a year and produces from 0 lo 20 young, tivated crop should havo on it this However, It Is Kisslhle to give (average I0 in a litter. Females winter a cover crop of somo kind, to n stnnihinl tjpo of house, prac- especially tho bungalow. breed when only 3 or four months wheat and rye being Iho most Architects old. Thus, a pair breeding unintor tical crops. A rye cover crop Is take pnivt Irn Ily the sntne Interior ntul by using dlnVront roof' ruptedly and without deaths, could worth more than it costs, even if lines, designing unnsual windows, ntul three years (18 generations) pro- it should not. be pastured in the by giving in the porch roof n distinctive duce a posterity of 359,700,580 in- spring. treatment A'iToct chances' that tnko dividuals. Mico and the black and the home out of the ordinary class TOMATOES roof rata produco smaller litters, anil put It Into n distinctive clnss. The leaf spot fungus of tomatoes but the period of gestation, nbout All excellent example of this branth 21 days, and. (he number of litters, attacks the older leaves first, re- of the nrrhltect's nrt Is shown In the sulting 'in spotting an yellowing accompanying Illustration. This home is Iho same for all. Rats and mico are practically om- and works toward the top of ths Is not out of the ordinary In Interior Spraying with standard arrangement : neither Is It of mnterl- nivorous, feeding upon all kinds plant. will largeof animal and vegetable mailer. Bordeaux Mixture, The brown rat makes ils home in tho ly control this trouble. open field, the licdgo row, and the LATE GARDENS river bank, as well as in stone walls, There is still time to sow seeds piers, and all kinds of buildings. It destroys grains when newly that will yield welcome supplies lo planicd. while growing, and in tho the farm tabic. Where early vegeshook, slack, mow, crib, granary, tables have been grown, clear off mill, elevator, or ship's hold, and or plow under the vines or other also in the bin and feed trough. It plants, and work thesurfaco until invades store and warehouses and finn and smooth. If soil is rather destroys furs, laces, silks, carpets, dry, soaking tho seed over night leather goods and groceries. It at- will hasten gormiHaliory If put tacks fruits, vegetables and meats in promptly, early varieties of in tho markets, and destroys by pol- sugar corn will mature for lablo lution ten times as much as it ac- - use before frost, and ono or two Tf final t fllnllt' nflfe Anna o - rl plantings of hush beans may yet young poultry, and eats Iho eggs bo sown. Other crops suitablo for and young of song and game birds. succession are beets, carrols, letturnips, It carries discaso germs from houso tuce, cabbage, kohl-rab- i, j to houso and bubonic plague from kale and etc. city to city. It causes disastrous als that often nre used to get un POTATOES usual exterior appearances. It Is a conflagration?, floods houses by Second Crop Potatoes may be standard approximately square frame gnawing lead Avater pipes; ruins nrilflcial ponds and embankments planted until Iho latter part of July. bungalow but It does not look It. The beauty of this exterior bus been by burrowing; and damages foun- You can raise double tho average yield per acre for Kentucky this secured by the small, hut nrtistic bay dations, floors, doors and furnish-ingin- gs windows, the four dormers In the roof fall. of dwellings. Ilemovo these and Hie off porches. First: Good soil well prepared. features nnd substitute those that Unliko the brown rat, the black nre shown In bungalow derat rarely migrates to the fields. Second: Good seed treated with It has disappeared from most parts norrosive sublimate for scab and signs and this would be nn ordinary of tho northern slate3, but is oc- rhizoctona, diseases which are do house. Builders who erect such a afraid casionally found in rcmolo villages ing so much damage in Kentucky. bungalow us this need never be should that buyers would be scarce Third. Spraying as soon as tho or farms. At our seaports it frc- It be offered for sale. quenlly arrives on ships from1 plants aro fairly up, with Bordeaux The bungalow shown la 32 feet Mixture, for blight. Three or four wide and U0 feet deep, which Is. .comabroad, but seldom becomes very numerous. Tho roof rat is common 'applications will control this dis- - paratively, a smnU house. Vet It conin many parts of the South, whero ease' which is also serious in tho tains six rooms nnd nil of the rooms it is a persistent pest in cane and Slate. Arsenate of lead may be are of good size. In construction tho bungalow Is of rice fields. It maintains ilself added to the Bordeaux Mixture for against Iho brown rat partly be- the potato beetles. Write for Ex- wood frame set on n concrete foundation. Tho roof is of ornamental tile. cause of its habit of living in trees. tension Circular No 7G. The front entrance lends to a recci Thi common houso mouse by no Hon hall Hint extends through the means confines its activities lo the Add to. Social Advantages. flrst floor. To the right of tho hall advanGood roads add to social Insido or buildings, Jiut is often Is the living room, 15 by 11 feet, 0 found in open fields, where its de- tages. Tliey strengthen the country Inches; to tho left Is the dining room tend better living, predations in shock and stack aro church, good toward people into a of exactly the same size. At Hie rear bring a class of of tho dining room Is the kitchen, 12 , well kn.ovn. community. an4 help to hold n bigger Not only arb mice and rats, es- ahare of the best boys and girls on pecially the brown rat, a causo of the farm. destruction and damage to property, CINCINNATI MARKETS. but they aro also a constant menaco CLWET" l to tho health of man. It has been Hay and Qraln. k-ki- " proved that they arc the chief fWn No. 2 whlto Sl.G2fffl.G3. No. 8 means of perpetuating and trans- white 51.CUfrl.Oi. No. 2 yellow SUW 3 mitting bubonio plague, and that 1.50, No. 2 mixed 1.5717, No. mixed tl.53tfl.0i, white ear 'i Ihoy play important roles in con- 1.00. i voying other diseases to human beSound Hav Timothy ner ton $310 W)m CL ' ings. They aro parasites, without 40.25, clover mixed ?3103S, clover ?23 k 31. I redeeming characteristics, and Oats No. 2 whlto $1.0301.01. No. should everywhere bo routed and 8 white $1.0101.02, No. 8 mixed ifticu destroyed. $1.00. Second Floor Plan. (Continued Next Week) Wheat No. 2 red $2.04, No. 3 red $2.OO0'2O2. by 11 feet, 0 Inches. At the rear of Butter, Eggs and Poultry. tho first floor Is n bedroom, 13 by 10 CLOVER BLOAT Butter Whole milk creamery extra! feet, 0 Inches, and, being a corner Tho clover bloat season Is rapidly 00 Vic, firsts 644c, seconds KHc. tan room, Is a well ventilated,, pleasant appearing. Tho farmer should pro-pa- re cy Uulry 50c. bedroom 45c, grsts 43c, or Meeplng room. Between the Hxtrn Kl'B for such cases by obtaining dinary first 4ic.firsts and tho kitchen Is n Invatory. a quart of formalin solution con lbs. and Live I'oultry Broilers. 1 The stairs to tho second floor run iaiiiing iVj?c formalin, or one-ha- lf over' 45c, fowls. 4 V4 lbs and over 83c; out of the hall toward the back of ounco formalin to one quart water. under 4V4 lbs 30c; roosters 21c. the flrst floor anil lend to a central Live Stock. halt on tho second floor, where there When an animal has bloated, drench Cattle Steers, good to choice $130 uro two bedrooms nnd tho bath room. with one quart of this solution, 10, fair to good $10013. common tc All of these rooms aro In the dormers. placo a wooden blook in the anifair $0010; lielfera, good to cholci tho bedrooms Is 0 by 15 feet, mal's mouth, and if possible, exer-cis- o $12014, fair to good $0012, com- One of tho other Is 0 by 0 feet, 0 while animal. Aflcr tho animal is mon to fair $500, cannera $3.5004.50, Inches. relieved, drench it with one pound stock heifers Seldom are bungalows of this size Curves Good to choice $15.50010 of cpsoin salts and. one-ha- lf ounco futr to good $10010, common tint! planned bo that they contain three ground ginger in one pint of water. largo $000. bedrooms, but It U done here, and Bheen Oood to choice $7,500 8.50 done in such a way that the cost of fulr to good $407.50, common $203, the borne Is not materially Increased. ' WHEAT luiubs, good to choice $10.50017, fall The arrangement of the rooms and Save seed wheat from tho crop, to good $13010.50. the dimensions of each one are shown uhlppen on the tidor plan that accompanies heavy Hogs Selected matter if it Is poor. The extra com plump seed is no better than the Slfl. butchers $10. medlwn $lu,$0012, the exterior view of the house. heavy fat sows lighter. Tho best way to procuro iuou to choke $15.50, pigs (110 lbs and This home Is ot a size that may be light fehlppvrs heated by either a ptpelesi furnace .tho best seed wheat is to go over leu) u if i2.au. rats and mico amount an area and cut oul all cheat, cockle and wild onions. Cut tho area separately and thresh sepa rately. Do not iiso tho flrst seed thai conies through tho separator, us ns it will contain some of tho oral run of wheat. After thrcsh-commin, run through a .good fanning mill to blow out trash and put in safe place until seeding lime, ir there aro any traces of stinking smut, tho wheat should bo given the formaldehyde treatment before sowing. Ily this method, seed may b. obtained from even a poor crop that is likely to be better adapted, cleaner and more deslrablo in many Hint, tvlinnf I hnf Mn hn linilirhL The II. is on hand when wanted. In Ken- best varieties are lucky. They have all been tried. There arc nono heller. gon-Juriooh Streeter grW AutW. two-ce- T--li irHif --Z--- I rrMnr 3i-- y J H h- - Flrit Floor Plan. d mnde more nttrnctlvo by a Juillclous planting of shrub nnd lattices with vines, giving nn air of privacy Hint Is bnrd to secure with y or even n house. Attention to the yard that surrounds the home Is n good Investment, for It Is n proven fact thnt every dollar Invested In tlds ninnuer Increnes tho vnlue of the place two dollars. 8K'iiklng of Investments there Is none that nny man or woman can make thnt pays better dividends thnn n home. Home owners derive a In their own houses flint ran scarcely bo measured In dollars nnd cents. Hut udded to this fuct Is the one thnt money Invested In n home two-stor- usually comes from systematic saving. Systemntlc snvlng requires an Incentive, and there Is no greater incentive than acquiring the ownership of a comfortable, attractive homo. To build n home, of course, requires thnt the builder have u certain percentnge of the cost to pay down nnd mny pny tho bnlance In mouthly or yearly Installments. To get this flrst. or "down payment" snvlng Is required. Thcru Is no time like the present to start the homo building fund and It Is surprising how soon there will bo an nmouot sutllclent to Secure a home one like Hint shown In the accompanying Illustration. Do You Believe It? lj nj n" War stories uru very prevalent Just now, but ono of Hie best Is provided by a young army veteran In Itradfonl, Eng., who has pretty well circumnavigated tho globe on two or three occasions. Among other places where ho has seen service was with Kitchener In the Soudan, and ho tells a very Interesting story of what Is probably tho most novel musical "Instru-tnent- " that has yet been Invented. At the battle of Omdunnan, tho native women followed up their troops, carrying sacks of stones for slings, babies on their bncks, and other Impedimenta. When the natives' attack was turned Into a rout, and they faced nbout for tho retreat, the Ilrltlshcrs were astonished to find tho field covered with babies who hnd been thrown nwny In tho lllght. Tho camp humorist, finding thnt thoro was a great vnrlety of muslcn'l tones dlsplnyed In their walls, picked out a suitablo eight, set them up on n plnnk, nnd, by a little encour-nglnobtained a complcto octaTe, from which, by gentlo punching, he got a vuricty of music. Tho furnishing of the now homo is nn absorbing problem lo most young couples. Most of thorn havo all loo little money to spend for furniture and if over llioro is n time in n man's nnd n woman's life when n nlco homo is desired, it is after Iho honoymoon. Then tho old friends cnsually "drop around" ai they never .will ngnlnL nnd Mrs Ilride is so cagor lo show them all what a dear littlo homo tho finest man in Iho world has provided for her. In oTcry furnlturo sloro you will find thorn, thoso girls and boys who know ns littlo about tho purchase of household supplies as tliey do about family responsibilities, "pick ing out" Ihoir furniture, holding hands and stealing a kiss or two behind tho dressers when thoy think nobody is looking. It is n shamo that so fow of Ihom are accompanied by older friends who could wisely adviso ihom in their pur The furniture they are chase. choosing today must bo lived with along, long time. They nro starting a homo and a great deal of unrest among young married women comes when n bit of cherished funiituro begins (o look shabby nnd Ihoy reallio that lliero is no money with whioh to replace It. Only those who havo been through Iho experienco know what a temp tation it is to furnish tho homo com-ple- le at the outset. It is Iho most natural thinu in the world that our young people want lo "begin whero llielr parents left off' lhat tho bridegroom should tnko his wife to a homo as "good ns the one she left" In order to bo wilh him. Youlh Is impationt in walling; it "wants things when It wants them," and Is so full of confidence In itself (hat it cannot sco why it should not have them. Installment houses thrive as a ro- snlt ami young couples often find themselves depressed by what fre quently seems n mountain of debt Mrs. Ilrido longs io go to work; she cannot bear to bo useless at such a 'line. What she could earn In a couplo of months would make lhat bill look like lliirly cents, she argues, she pictures tho results In plowing terms. Her husband protests: "No, sir; ho guesses ho can sunnort his wifo I Ho didn't marrv her to semi her out lo work nfter- wanL. Other fellows support their wives and ho can loo, by Oeorgol'M But in tho end, in theso days friend wifo gains her pofnL Sho offers her friends all sorts of ex cuses, sho is too lonesome away from her old friends and other pcoplo all tho timo. sho has been interested in too many oulsido tilings to bo content to stay at homo all tho while; sho wants to bo doing something. Out of respect for hor husband's feelings sho cheerfully lies away, hardly admitting even to herself that filio would go crazy If sho could'nt earn something to help re move that load of debt that so do- - ' pressed her. It lakes lois of will power and lots of good common sense theso days to bo a wiso Mrs. Drido. Dul thcro al aro girls (o whom Is no now sensation; girls who, whllo thoy (ry lo get all Iho good out of thd present, still keep an oyo out on tho future. They can sit down with tho man lo whom thoy nro engaged and ask, "Just how much will wo have to start on? And how can wo spend It lo tho best ndvanlngo?" In Iheso days or inflated land vnlues most young couples cannot buy a homo; they nro forced lo rent. What Ihcy rent determines largely what it is wisest lo buy In the lino of furnishings. For instance n house with built-i- n book-casn flreplnco or n bay window, n gas rango or a wall bed will requiro less furnlturo lo mako it comforlnblo nnd look well than ono without somo or nil of thoso features. Therefore, wiso Mrs. Ilrido chooses her first houso vory carefully, considering well tho pos sibilities of all sho sees in tho light of her furnishing fund. Mnny young oouplos havo never Irlcd to visualize tho homo they hnpo lo own somo day. Now is tho timo lo do It, however, boforo you furnish tho first ono, so each ploco of furniture may bo selected with tho two places In mind ns far as possible. If you plan on having your living room In oak In your dream house, it Is poor policy to buy for the first home mnhngany especially designed for living room use. Such practice will leave you sntno time with pieces quite out of accord with a harmonious schemo of furnishing. On Iho other hand, few pieces of willow that mav later appropriately add a touch of color and lightness lo bed rooms or a sun room will make tho first living room altractlvo nnd at comparatively small expense. lion sho chooses furniture, wiso Mrs. Hrldo gets n good Judgo of wood (o accompany her. Tho statements of furnlturo salesmen aro not always to bo relied upon, moro the pity, not that they nro dishonest, hut many of them honestly do not know Iho peculiar markings nnd weight that distinguish somo kinds of wood from another wood slalnod to Imitate tho first. Even if you can buy only n few pieces, have ihem genuine, nol only for Iho satis- faclion it nfford. hut also becauso it is economy in tho end. A stained piece or rurnituro shows every scratch, you simply ennnot make iho piece look well ngnin short of restalning. A bit or furniture polish, however, will mako the genuine pleco look liko now. Cheap veneered furniluro is a luro and n snnre. To inexperienced eyes it looks ns well ns tho moro expensive nrlicle. Hut alter a while, when weather conditions have not been Just right, that veneer will curl up nnd peel off lo the consternation or tho young fouple, wlo cannot seo how on earth tliey can purohaso something more sightly. sclf-donies, (Continued Next Week) ROADS ESSENTIALS OF GOOD ROADS of Rule Outlined for Construction Stone Thoroughfares Drainage GOOD It Important. fine mnterlnl for a hinder, Hnd continue the rolling until the stones cense In front of the to sink and crt-ep roller. 0. Sprend the second courso and roll It with the addition of hinder nnd wnler until Iho whole surfneo Is hard and smooth, cnrefully lining with stone nny depressions that may appear; then finish the wholo with a course of stone nnd screening. This must bo snaked with wnter nnd rolled until the surface Is hnrd nnd unyielding, Atwnys bo careful to commence the rolling at tho sides nnd gradually work toward the renter; by so doing tho crown of tho rood will bo preserved. If this work Is well and thoroughly dono tho result will bo n rond thnt Is smooth, hnrd and convenient for travel nt nil seasons of Hie year. Fig. 4 khnws n crossnectlon of n mnendam rond, with layers of stone compneted In plnco. For n farming community tho width of itmcndnui need not bo greater thnn 10 or 12 feet. Tim width ot stono surfaco should be sulllclent to take enro of all thu travel on the road; but on the other hand it should not bo so great ns to require unnecessary expense In the construction or of the road. When water hns to be conveyed from ono side of a rond to Hie other It should bo tnken under tho rond by means of n culvert. A stono culvert Is, of course, tho best, but n vltrtflod tile plpo or n corruguted metal culvert mny bo used. Lastly, give tho road a gooil coat of suitable rond oil to prevent dust and retard much damago'to automobiles. h main-tetiop- J J jo-.-- y.ja J g, Tho esentlal requirements of good stone rood construction may bo condensed Into tho following rules: 1. Cut the high places down to a grndo not exceeding 1 to 20; fill up lints or tow pjuces so as to have a minimum grado of 1 to 200. 2. Construct subdralns to entry awny nil scepnge water; also mnko enough e-water. $00-10.0- Swat the Fleal Eight of tho 5,000 different kinds of fleas, convey plague. That Is why lleas as well as houso flies, to which we owo tho dissemination of typhoid, cholera, dysentery, t"e summer diarrhoea so fatal to children, and tubercle, should Hugs are lie relentlessly swatted. known to be carriers of thnt malignant malarial malady known as Kala Azar, whllo It was proved during tho war that the loose conveys typhus. No fewer than a thousand species of mosquito are known to science, 18 of which occur In the Uritlsh Isles. Of tho latter one Is known to carry malaria. Abroad, malaria, yellow fever, dengwe, and elephantiasis nre spread by mosThe little black "midge" Is quitoes. not usually more than an Irritating pest, but It can occasionally be dan- to dispose of surfacshows n subdraln covered with stone. Fig. of drnln-tll2 shows a subdraln made of logs, and KIg. 3 shows one made of flold stone. 8. Mnko the subgrado Arm and solid ami give It tho same curvature as Hie surfaco of the finished roud. 4. Spread tho bottom course of stone evenly, then roll and add a littlo cross-drain- s KIg. 1 o Re-- 1 m. 3 Cost of Gtood Road. 12.500 a mlie to build a really first class road, but when It Is properly constructed It la aa permanent as a ii gerous, especially when It hns been on IU bite may putrefying material. be followed by serious consethen quences, and small abscesses, followed by blood poisoning, are not unknown. It baa been found that It costs about Subdralns and Crosa Section of Road. railway. i July 22, 1020. THE CITIZEN Pago Seven mriovti umroiN iimirUTierUi SONMTSaiOOL Wf IIICV I' II KlTZWAIrJl. D. D, Teacher of Kngllch lllbl In the Uoodr lllbl Initllul of rhkaeo.i ICoprrlihl, HID, Wnttrn Nwt)pr tlrtloa I 1 Why Not Now? Lesson By REV. W. W. KETCHUM Dtrrctor ' the Ermine Moodjr IllbU Inilltutt. Clilc-.no. ('!, Us TIT DOMNOL KM PINKY PIG'S STORY. "As everything Is quiet," said IMnky Pig, "nnd ns there Is no food nnywhere nround, I will tell LESSON FOR AUGUST 1 DAVID BRINGS THE ARK TO JE RUSALEM. I.KH80N TKXT--ll IIpIioM, now Is the accepted TKXT time hrhnlri, now Is the day of salvation, -- II Cor. C.2. You expect to become n Chrlstlnn some dny, well then, why not now? Do you delay (lOLIlUN Ti:XT-i:- mr Into Me Kates you feel because with lhnnkKlvlnit, and Into hla courti )00:4. with iiralie.-l- 'a, thnt there Is time ADDITIONAL MATKMAL-K- x. :10 enough 1 Do not TJ; II 8am. ) Irb. M-Ibe deceived by t!ils JMtl.MAIlY lnOod. bbbI suggestion of JUNIOIl TOPIC-T- h. Ark of God who would IlroUEht to Jeruniiltm. INTKIIMKDIATK AND BKMOH TOPIC have nil people jfrant to Urael, Wtiat the Ark put off their de. YOUNG PKOIU.E AND ADULT TOPIC qlslon to become waning- - iieiigion Central. Christians until II Is too late. The nrk wns n symbol of tlic presWhen I was n ence of God In Israel. It represented hoy In grammar God's throne, the plnce from which he BBBBBBBbI Vv school, we used to communlcnlcd hi will to the people have n principal through the priest (Er. 23:22; Psnlms who every dny or bO:l). so would enter Hie I. David's Unsuccetiful Attempt to schoolroom, nnd Bring Up the Ark (vv. slowly passing through It, say In men In on cxniuple of n wrong wny Thin uied tones. Is of doing n right thine. That tliu nrk tin thief of time." Then quietly, of the Loril of Hosts, the symbol of without number word, he would puss God's presence, should he brought to out. Ills the tcry center of the nation's life wns his boys purHise wns to Impress upon nnd girls that they should a decision worthy of nil praise. It surely met God's npprovnl. Dnvld gath not put off till tomorrow, or from day to dny, ered together the repreccntirtlve men once. It thnt which should he done at seems to me thnt In our text Tnove-inen- t of the nitllou In order that ili might he a nnttoiml one. That God Is In effect saying the same thaiR, Dnvld wns sincere In thin measure enn-n- when he tells us, "Now Is the accepted jie doubted, iut he wns hasty nnd time; behold, now Is the dny of salvauou nnu expretsiy ue tion." inconsiticrnie. "No Promise of Tomorrow." creed that the Kohnthltc ithould hem One time while being driven In the the "nrk" "up'm Ihelr sliouhlers fNum. 4:H. 15; 7:0; 18:3). For them to country to minister nt the funeral of plnce It even upon n new enrt was n ii man who hail died very suddenly, I was surprised nt the wisdom shown positive vlolntlon of God' command ment TIioukIi Dnvld whs Klncere, hi by the wnywnrd young mnn who wns sincerity did tint ntone for dliobedl conveying me. There wns n lull In the he suddenly Then rnce to God's Word. The dictum Hint conversation. It tnntters little what you do, Just so broke forth with this startling fact: you sre honet nnd sincere. Is one of "You know, we hnve no promise of n What truth there Is In the Devil's blackest lie. It mattered tomorrow." much In this case, nnd nlwnys does. that statement "No promise of n toAnd yet, how heedless we Dnvld cannot he excused on the Rround morrow," of ignorance, lccnuse he had the op- nre of the fact It so succinctly sets portunity to know, God ennnot be forth. We go on mlcctlng to do that blamed for man's Ignorance when he which Is of such moment to us, actualhas Riven him the law and the nhlllty ly gambling with time nnd with our souls n.i the stnke. No promise of n to understand It. II. Ood Vindicates His Lswsnd Holl- - tomorrow Is what Ood Is saying In the words of our text. ntss (vv. Again, nre you putting off your deThe people were very joyful ns they moved on toward Jerusalem with the cision to become n Christian, becnuse a stop to you feel that you wnnt first to huvc nrk, hut suddenly there their Juhllnnt voices nnd music. At n good time? What n sjiecloiis nrgument thnt Is. some rouRh pi nee In the rond the oxen stumbled nnd Uzznh. Anxious for the nnd how Salan does use It, especlnlly precious frelRht on his cart, reached to deceive young people. He would forth tils hand to stendy It. This re- try to moke them believe thnt they sulted In his helnic stricken with death. say good-hto nil tho good times when iRtionince does not mnku n man Im they become Christians; hut thnt Is mune from the denlh which Is In the not so, for there Is nothing "good" touch of the heavily chnrged electric that n person tins to give up to bewire; neither does It In the case of come n Christian. To be sure, there the violation of Gods laws. Kven nre things that nre had nnd harmful those who were deslgnnted by the that must be given up, nnd these, the Lord to enrry the nrk were not nllowed Devil camouflages to make them look to touch It with their hands. Since the good to iteople. He succeeds surprisnrk was God's dwellliiR place nmong ingly well, for folks nre easily fooled men, they needed to know thnt he was by the enemy of luininn souls nnd holy. God's JudRUient was severe, hut often they do not nwnketi to the fnct not more so than they deserved. This thnt they have been deceived until It nwful visitation of Just Judpnent Is too late. struck terror to Dnvld. Well It might. What we need to do Is to estimate for he was In the path of disobedience, the real value wf things. Who that The lord's presence has no terror for Is wise would buy glass Jewels for those who obey his word. diamonds, or nccept fools' gold for III. The Ark of Qod In the House the genuine? If wo scrape beneath Obed-Edo(vv. of Jehovnh nlwnys the tinsel with which Satan covers The presence of things tlmt are bad, to make them brines blessings. The holm's where look good, nnd If we cnrefully weigh God Is welcomed are nlwnys blessed, In the balObed-Kdowas not better personnlly everything he offers us ances of eternity, wo shall discover thnn Uzznh nnd Dnvld, but ho openly ; everything he ofreceived the Lord nnd properly relnted their worthlewiiiess give himself to him. What had been death fers, though it ns pleasure for n Solomon said of "at Inst," nnd drciul to others wns life and bless- the wine cup, "It hlteth like a serpent Iiir to him. IV. The Ark Brought to Jerusalem and stlngeth like nu ndder." Good Times for the Christian. With Great Joy (vv. Christ on the other hand offers nil 1. Sacrifices offered after RotnR six paces (v. 13), David made the start thnt Is good nnd wurthwhllu In this und when convinced of God's npprovnl life nnd thu life to come. The renlly ho mnde offerings. These were both good times nru for the Christian, und burnt nnd iteace offurlnRS. typifying If nny one on earth cuu enjoy himwhose life, has of the offerers nnd self, It Is the the been enlarged by the coming Into It their thnnkkglvlng (I Chron. 10:1). He It Is who not only 2. David's grent Joy (vv. K 18). The of Cnrlst. people Joined lilin with great shouting gives life, but gives It abundantly. and with thu sound of the trumpet. This Is true In this life, because Christ 3. Mlchul's criticism (v. 10). Kven enlarges a persou'H capacity for enthough Dnvld went to excess In his ex- joyment. pression of Joy, It wns wrong In her to We frankly admit thnt there nre criticize, for God seems to hnvo sanc- restrictions and limitations for the of her (v. 23). tioned David's rebuke Christian; but he who says thnt there 4. The grand celebration (vv. nru restrictions nnd limitations of As n token of bis gratitude to God, rent life Is false. The things thnt Dnvld generously treated the people. must be cut off nru those that mnku 5. The King of glory, the Lord Je- for death. Tho surgeon's knife cuts sus Christ coming (Psulms 24:7-10out n cancer, but n cancer makes for This wus not the psalm composed by death ; nnd so do those things thnt the occntlon of bringing up David for the lerson who would be n Christian, the nrk; that wus l'sulm 105 (seo I must cut out of his life. The very cutIs strungo that such a Chron, 10). It ting out of thesv things sets a persuggestion should have been made. The son free for Uhi rtnl pleasure of life. Psalm pictures Christ Twenty-fourtIs It not n mean thing to choose the as the coming nnd triumphant King. pleasures of sin for it wnson, nnd then, At tbnt time the gates shall open to when the candle of life has utmost Mm und the King of glory hnll come burned Itself out, lllng ourselves upon In. God's mercy? To such who so choose, expecting to becoma Christians when may about Turn thine eyes unto thyself, nnd they nru cscnpo to die, thnt they gain heaven, beware thou Judgu not the deeds of thereby out nohell nnd of Hilvutlon. promise other men- - lu Judging of others a God holds man laboreth In vain, often erreth, Tlmt people aru saved at the last mo on and easily slnneth; but In judging and ment of life, us via tho thiefsay the thnt examining himself, he nlwnys laboreth cross, we know, hut who dare tho one who chooses to refuse the sal fruitfully. Thomns n Kempls. vation God offers now shall ever have nnother proffer of mercy? Amiable People. There la a time, we know not when; Amlnble people. tK. nigh often subject wa not where. A to Imposition In their contact with the Thatplate, theknow deatlny of man seals world, yet radiate so much of sunshine for glory or deapulr. that they are reflected In all appreci"Heboid, now Is the accepted time: Deluzy, ative hearts. behold, now lu the day of sulvutlon." ftun. 6:109; Pa. Mi 1.S-1TOl'IC-ThankSn-tu. s 10-12sen-so). ). h wnys been some, thing to eat or do In the wny of finding food to keep me from telling n No one story. could possibly tell when story a there wns Uie this story: "I've had It to tell for some time hut haven't done so ns there has nl- BbbLbbVJ LBl bbbbbbHbbbb1Hbbbbb1bbbbV V fmmmm' least scrap of 1 "Troll's Knd," the rewuence, near Dayton, O., of Gov. Jnmes M. Cox, Democratic nominee for president 3 Charles Francis J Delegates to the Conference of Boulogne which Is being continued nt Spn, Belgium. Adams II, amateur skipper and wheel smnn of the Itesolute, defender ngnlnst Shamrock IV, In races for Amer,....,-; ica's cup.' ") v- - .- " "I --'"'; ' , food to eat or to find." "No one could," "I Started to Tell." n Breed Urother Ilncon. "No one who had nny sense could," snld Miss Hnm. "No one with a grain of pig" sense could," snld Grandfather I'orky. "What do you mean by pig sense?" Asked Miss Ham. "You've heard of horse sense, hsven't you?" nsked Ornndfnther I'orky. "It menns thnt n crenture who tins horse sense has horse sense." 1 should Imagine so," snld Miss Ham. "I hnven't finished spenklng," said Grandfather I'orky proudly. "Finish," snld Miss Horn. "You shouldn't want me to finish. You should want me to continue for a time longer," safd Grandfather Torky. "Oh, well that's nil right. I don't iilnd who keeps on talking when there Is no food around, but I meant you to finish what you were saying and that would b continuing," said MIm Ham. Grandfnthir "Forty whisked his crooked little tail and grunted: "I'm not quite sure If that Is polite or not, but I don't really care. I will go on nnd tell what I meant to tell." NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS Third Party Movement to Grief in Comes Bolts and Splits. FUSION PLATFORM PREVENTS La Follette Declined to Lead the Radical Hosts Labor and Single Tax-er- a Nominate Important Sedition Trial In Chicago Vermont Will Not Aid Suffrage -- Germans Yield at Spa. By E. F. CLIP80N. The movement to nraalgnmate vnrl-ou- s organizations of Socialists, farmers, lnborers, Intellectuals, radicals, single taxers, Idealists and others sailing under different party deslRnntlons, Into n third pnrty steered bjr the of Forty-eigh- t In convention nt Chicago, fallal. At. one time prospects of fusion appeared rather favorable; s when the marched In n body jtp, J.be convention, of the Labor party being beld simultaneously, and amid a great love fenst nnd every nppenr-anc- o of fraternity united the two conventions. Soon the Single Taxers, the Nonpartisan league, the American Party of Texas (former Governor Ferguson), the American Constitutional party (Hearst) nnd the World Wnr Veterans, nn Independent orRanlzatlon men, were In the fusion. of A platform carrying the principles, alms, demands nnd desires of all of them would hnve contributed mnteriol-l- y to the paper shortage. It could not be framed, much less printed, nnd beobstacle. came nn Insurmountable Clenvnge wns along pink and red lines. Labor which was red nt least hnd the best working organization and pushed through the adoption of its planks, leaving little chance for the pink or pnrlor radicals led by Amos Plnchot, George L. Iteo ord nnd J. A. H. Hopkins. First the Single Tnxers, who wnnted only one plnnk nnd could not Ret thnt bolted. Then Senntor La Follette of Wisconsin, who wns expected to bo the mcs-sla- h of the movement, found tho platform too radical and refused to run on It Then the fusion dissolved In bolts nnd fadeaways. Governor Ferguson went back to Texas, representatives of theft Nonpartisan league announced they would have nothing to do with the now third party, the more were swallowed radical of the by tho Labor pnrty, the remainder withdrew, while the American Constitutional pnrty wns lost In tho shuffle. The Lnbor pnrty nnd the Single Tnxers serenely proceeded to curry out Independent programs nnd each nominated a presidential ticket. The only victory was achieved by tho La-tpnrty which captured Parley P. f'hrtstensen, nn nttorney of Salt Lake City, Utah, one of tho original mil made him Its candidate. Mnx S. Hayes, lnbor leader of Cleveland, O., una noralnuted for vice president I'cnnsylvnnla, fnlllng to land Its sons, Governor Sproul nnd Attorney General Pnlmer, as the stand-ir- d bensers, respectively, of the nnd Democratic parties, has ichleved Its ambition to have n candidate, for the Single Tax jorty nominated Robert O. Macnuley f Philadelphia, with R. O. Itanium of 21cviland, O., as a running mate. Coin-tnltt48-erd S-ers 48-erte presl-lenttal members of the national, state and Cook county executive committees of secretaries of local the pnrty, branches, members of the organization and propaganda committee, nnd agitators. The trial Is being conducted before Judge Oscar Hebe! of the superior court nnd presents nn nrmy of legal talent such ns never assembled before In n case Involving radlcnls nnd their nctlons, unless the fnmous McNnmnra trlnl nt Los Angeles be excepted. Lending counsel for the defense Is Clnr-enc- e Darrow, who occupied the same position In the McNnmnra case, nnd tils principal assistants nre Wllllnm S. Forrest a fnmous crimlnnl defense lnwycr, and William A. Cunnen. prominent Soclnllst nttorney nnd former lobbied through conprcss and the stnte legislatures by federal agents, and the eighteenth (prohibition) hnd been forced trough hy 'powerful and Irreorga,ii-itt!osponsible operating through pnld s nts' and it Is now through the ninepropiwed to fn" for woman sufteenth frage. In the same manner and also without the sanction of the freemen." ns amendit Whether there will be a coal short-ng- e next winter seems to depend upon the car supply and transportation A national nssoclntlon of sltuntton. bituminous operators recently assembled at Washington, gave out a statement that they were ready to load all cars offered but thnt the supply of enrs nt the mines hnd been only 35 to '40 per cent of the number needed. Accordingly, In spite of the plens of building, rond material nnd other Interests, the Interstate commerce commission continued In effect until August 20 the order confining the use n of open top enrs to coal, with a excepting flat cars with sides less than 30 Inches In height enrs equipped with racks or cars which on June 10 hod been retired from coal transportation nnd nsslgned to other service. The modified order also gives preference to shipments of coal to public utilities. modi-ficntlo- candidate of thnt pnrty for state's at- squealed entirely," "Forgetting Tlnky IMg, "that I started to tell a story." "Don't order your elders and nbout In that manner, please," Mid Grandfather Porky. "I menn, denr Rrnndfnther," squealed Pinky, "that it would be so nice to hear your explanations first." "Dint's better, that's better," said "Well, horse Grandfather Porky. tense means Rood common sense such cs n horse has. Horses are supposed to bo so Intelligent, In fact they nre very Intelligent, and they have very wonderful common sense. "Now when 1 sold pig sense I mennt the kind of sense pigs have such as horse sense Is tho kind of sense horses hnve. "Horses have common sense. That Is horse sense, nnd plR8 have a sense of greediness, and that Is pig sense," All the pigs squealed and laughed hard nt this. "Now Pinky, for your "In n moment we will give you a chance," said I'orky, "Hut then maybe some food will come and I'll never tell that story." "You enn go on arnl tell the story tnd we enn eat," Bald Grandfather Torky. "I couldn't do that," said Pinky; "thnt would be simply Impossible, horribly Impossible." "Why do you say horribly Impossible?" asked Miss Ham. "Well, I liked the sounds of the words together," sold Pinky Pig. "Now Grandfather Porky," he added, "explain what you mean by pig sense and horse sense nnd then I will tell my story." So Surprised. asked such a questlon must be Joking, but no, It seemed the didn't really know and as she had never seen a pig but had heard about them she thought the bulldog who looked different from other dogs she had seen was one. "Tho little girl said she felt sorry to think that there wero some children who didn't know more about animals than that, and she said her dog wasn't scgry but understood, too. "Gracious, that was tho part of the story that amused me I Tho dog should havo been flattered to have been tnken for a pig." "He should have been, It is true," squealed the other pigs. surprised she girl who hadthought the small story," they said. "The other day," snld Pinky, "a little girl wns wnlklng by with a small bull dog. I heard he? talking to n friend nnd she said that In n place right in the cltyt along a city street, a small girl came up to her as she was lead- - J Ing her dog along I by the leash. "The smalt girl asked her If she had a dog or a pig with her. The little girl said at first she was so mrm Associated torney of Cook county. with Prosecutor Hoyne nre the full legal strength of his ofllce nnd eminent counsel from the outside. Including Attorney Frank Comerford as spe-clprosecutor. The lntter In the past hns been Identified with some of the biggest lnbor enses on the defense side, this being his first essay at the role of prosecutor In nn Important trial of nny nature. He Is regarded as an authority on mass and social problems, and returned n few months ago from a study In Europe of bolshe-vlsnnd Its effects. The stnte scored In the preliminary sessions of the trial In securing the admission ns evidence of acts and speeches of the defendants of a period prior to Uie passage of the state sedi tion Inw of a yenr ngo. The prosecU' tlon Is endenvorlng to show that the defendants have declared themselves to be In full accord with the Moscow manifesto adopted In Moscow, Rus sia, by the third International congress In March, 1010; that the congress was composed of revolutionary socialists from Europe, Asia nnd America; that It was held for the purpose of form Ing a manifesto or program which would outline the means by which constitutional governments might be overthrown and dictatorships of the proletariat established, nnd all nntlons lie governed from Moscow. Also thnt the Communist party Is affiliated with the International body and is nn lu tegral part of the Russian organization; nnd thnt the defendants state In their platform that they are for the overthrow of the government of the United States. The state further con tends that they advocate mass action, In other words, proceedings .from the shops and factories to capture nnd annihilate the apparatus of govern ment nnd that they tell the workers that the Constitution cannot bo nmendnble in their behalf, and there fore must be destroyed. The defense has not, at this writing, Volumes of testimony been outlined. nre expected. It Is the first ense under the Illinois sedition law and If won will present that law as a model for otiier states as well as for congressional enactments. On account of tho prominence of the defendants nnd the effect the decision will have on radical movements In general, it looms as one of the most important trials of recent Contrary to all expectations, Orangemen's dny (July 12) pnssed off quietly In Irelnnd with pnrades, speech-makin-g nnd a celebration of some kind In every hnmlet village and town In Ulster. The most Important utterance, defying the Sinn Fein, warning the government nnd presnglnR future trouble, was made by Sir Edward Corson, Ulster Unionist leader. It was practically n peace or fight declaration and served notice on the government that If it did not accept the help Ulster offered, the Ulster volunteers would reorganize nnd take matters Into their own hands. A significant declaration wns thnt the Sinn Fein "must execute those guilty of murder before we will treat with them." Although not disorderly, It was a disappointment to those who hoped that a conciliatory note might be struck In the celebration. The most Important thing thnt has recently occurred in Jrlsh nffnlrs and which s gjildto have made Ihe government sft up and take notice as never before. Is the threat of British trades unions, especially the miners and railway men, to take direct action for the purpose of compelling to call a truce, withdraw troops from Ireland and institute an Irish parliament A resolution to the effect Introduced in the Miners' federation is said to have been adopted on n card vote by 2,700,000 ngnlnst 1,020,000 nnd to be bncked by the railway men. Germnny's efforts to evade or ge- -i e cure mitigation of the terms of treaty through the Spa confer--enc- e have been characterized by tho same tactics employed while the? treaty was being prepared. Prior 13 the signing nt Versailles camo emphatic announcements that Germany could not or would not do certain things. Yet when the treaty was ready, the Germans signed. So It has been at Spa. The German delegates bluffed and then crawled. They showed sores nnd misery without evoking nny pronounced sympathy from tho other delegates. They pleadthe-peac- years. eelt Couldnt See It Iluth What's the matter, Johnny? Johnny Got something in my eye I Ruth What la it? Little Johnny Don't know I Cant After eight weeks of effort and the sxamlnatlon of several thousand renlramen, a Jury wns finally secured md the trial begun In Chicago of Wll-laDross Lloyd and 10 other nnd members of the Communist -- ntwr pnrty, chnrged with conspiracy o overthrow tho government Proso-rutlo- n is by the state of Illinois nnd 'ollows the nctlon of a special grand ury which last January indicted tho lefcndanta, after a series of spectacu-u- r raids on their headquarters and neetlng places by Stato'a Attorney Lroyd Is a millionaire res!-leJoyne. of Wlnnetka, III., who long has keen Identified with radical movements a the capacity of leader and financial issUtant Indicted with him were m otll-ria- ls nt ed poverty. They pleaded tho Inabll-It- y of the government to combat Interpresidential candidate. Inferentially, nal opposition to the demands; yet up to this writing, they have yielded the governor takes a rap at the Supreme court of the United States and on nil points. One provision of the also charges thnt thero is too much treaty which Uie Germans havo never lobbying In connection with constitufulfilled and seemed determined to tions amendments and other Impor- evade, was that calling for tho delivtant legislation. As a reason for re- ery of coal to the allies. The amount fusing to cnll a siecia! session, the called for Is about 2,000,000 tons a governor states that the present legismonth. According to tho German del. lature was elected before the question gates, tho country could not furnish of ratifying Uie suffrage amendment tins amount They would suffer their hnd arisen and the people of the state territory to be occupied or even a rehave had no opportunity to express newal of the war In lleii of pllance. themselves on the Issue. He proposes For nearly 24 hours there that the matter be taken up by the was a dendlock whllo tho nllled milinext legislature and that candidates tary chiefs were beliig summoned and for election bo required to declare preparations made for mnrriiim O .MfcV ' themselves on womun suffrage. He Germany. alludes to the recent decision on proThis action seemed to ha hibition by saying that the Constitu- sired effect nnd there was every evition "as It Is Interpreted by the Su- dence that the Germans would try to preme court today threatens the foun- supply tho coal, with the allies lenddation of freo popular government" ing them generous assistance In Uie Governor Clement declares: "The matter of more and better fboi tnr h sixteenth amendment to the Constitu- miners and an arrangement of prices tion (on federal Income tax) had been to conform with International market -- Got. rerclvol W. Clement of Ver mont has at last clarified his position in regard to the womnn suffrage amendment, by refusing to call a spe cial session of tho legislature to con slder or ratify the net; In spite of re ports that he had been urged to do so by Senator Harding, Republican in Pago Eight THK CITIZEN July 22, 1020. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No eorTMpondf no published unl timed In full br tba wrltr. Thanama l not for publication, but as an evidence of gootl faith. Writ plainly Annual FIDDLERS' Meeting AT BEREA, KY. The Progress Club will hold a meeting ot "Old Time Fiddlers," at the College Tabernacl6, on Saturday evening, August 1910. Circumstances have made this change of date necessary. 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 The number of conplays the best tune with accompaniment. testants for this prize is limited to six. The Club will pay the railway fare (not to exceed ten dollars) of all fiddlers who play at the meeting, but not the fare of their Berea College Hospital Beit Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. Wards for Men and for Women. Private Rooms, llaths. Klectrlc Service. Sun-l'arlo- r, i, Surgery, Care ia Child birth, Eye, Note and Ear GENERAL PRACTICE Is a friend In need, Come in and visit an establishment, which RoniCHT and in reach of all the people. JACKSON COUNTY went homo CIlh many new suggesMoKee tions lo be used in school. McKcc, July IP. Ike Hays from Walnut Meadow Daylon Is visiting friends in McKcc Wnlnut Meadow, July 10. Tho and Jackson counlyv Miss Linda ehurcli attendants of tho Glades " Harlan Dudley, M.I)., Physician Maroarkt S Oramt, M. D., Physician Miss Mart Lonoacrk, R.N., Superintendent Miss Nkllik Millrr, R.N., Head Nurse II. Cowlkv, M.I)., Physician Ncvill from Lexington was hero last week in the interest of trachoma. She has arranged for a clinic lo he held in McKee some- time in August, and anyone wishing (o havo them treated may como and havo them treated without cost. Dr. J. A. Anderson who has heen living in McKee for several years has hought 'property in Kingston, Madison county,- - and will move with Ma family some time in September. Tho peoplo regret very much lo givo him up as he is a splendid doctor. The teachers Institulo convened here last week and was tho best that lia been held in this county for several years. Prof. Lewis from Winchester was tho instructor. Ho was accompanied here by his wife. The o Stalo Supt. Prof, fiolvin was in last week and attended the on Thursday. He gave tnip lectures which wero enjoyed by evcryono present. Miss Susie Watson from Tlond began her school in McKeo this morning. She taught here last year, and the people of this district arc fortunate in gellini' her hack this year again. Miss Helen nurton from Lexington was here last week in interesl of thn Junior Red Cross. Sho gave a very interesting talk Tuesday evening. Charlio Lainhart from Creslmont is visiting his paronls, Mr. and Mr-- . Mr-Keins-litu- to Church from around here, are nulto enthusiastic over tho revival being conducted by tho Rev. Masters. Miss Agnes Moore begins her school at High Point. Agnes Is said to have been quite successful in tho school she taught in this county last year. Ray McKnlplit, from near Lancaster, is visiting his sister, Mrs. dure Anderson. Wheal and oals arc harvested and "we of Walnut Meadow aro looking forward to having our pike turned from a rock bed into a traversable "via." Miss Edilh Tull was visiting in this vicinity last week, Celebrate Twenty-fift- h) will be left to a vote ot the fiddlers who take part in the program. It you wish to take part in the contest write (or particulars to ALSON HAKKR, Herea, Kentucky. accompanies. The awarding of the prizes CHANGE IN RATES Beginning March t, the rates for Inwd and room of private patients will be 15 to iH per week. The rates for patients cared tor in the wards will remain the same l per day. 11 Order of Prudential Committee. Herea College gency calls, tiernuse security nnd the majesty of the law are the first of liberty. He who threatens destruction of the government by to-o- r llHimts his contempt for lawful authority, censes to be n 'oynl ci'len and forfeits his rights to the freedom of tho republic. No pnrty Is Indifferent to the welfare To ua his good of the fortune Is of deepeat concern, nnd we seek to mnke thnt goo fortune permanent We do not oppose but approve collective bargaining, because thnt Is nn outstanding right, hm are unalterably Insistent thnt Its exercise must not destroy tho equally sacred right of the Individual, In his necessary pursuit of livelihood. Any American has the right to quit his employment, so has every American the right to seek employment. The group must not endanger the Individual, and wo must discourage groups preying upon ono nnother, nnd none shnll be allowed to forgot that the government's obligations are nllke to nit the people. No Strike Against Government. We aro so confident thnt much of the present-daInsufficiency and Inefficiency of transportation arc due to tho withering hand of government operation that wo emphasize anew our opposition to government ownership, we want to expedite tho reparation nnd mnke s.ure the mistake Is not repented A state of Inadequate transportation facilities, mainly chargeahlo to the failure of governmental experi ment. Is losing millions to ngrlcuiture. It Is hindering Industry, it Is menacing the American people with a fuel shortage little loss than a peril. It em phasizes the present-daproblem and suggests thnt spirit of ciipourngement and assistance which commits nil Amerlcn to relieve such nn emergency. tiross expansion of currency mid credit have depreciated thu dollar Just as expansion und Intlatlon huve dls credited thu coins of the world. We Inflated In haste, wq must detlnte In deliberation. Wo debased tho dollar In rook loss finance, we must restore In honesty. In all sincerity we promise thu pre vention of unreasonable profits, we challenge profiteering with all the moral force and the legnl powers of gov ernment nnd people, but It Is fair, aye. It Is timely, to glvo reminder thnt Inw Is not the solo corrective of our economic Ills. Drive Against Extravaganca. Let us call to all the people for thrift and economy, for denial and If need be, for a natlon-widdrivo against extravagance and lux ury, to a recommittal to simplicity of living, to thnt prudent and normal flan of life which Is the health of the republic. New conditions, which nttend amaz ing growth and extrnordlnnry Indus- trim development, cnll for n new nnd fonvanl-looktnprogram. The Amerl-CHii farmer bad a hundred nnd twenty millions to feed In the home market, and heard tbt cry of the world for food und answered It, though he faced nn nppalllng task amid handicaps never encountered before. Contemplating the dcfcnsclessness of tho Individual fanner to meet the organized buyers of his products and the distributors of the tilings the farmer buys, I hold that farmers should not only he permitted hut encouraged to Join In association to reap the Just measure of reward merited by their arduous toll. Our platform Is to earnest pledge of renewed concern for this most essential and elemental Industry nnd In both appreciation nnd Interest we pledge effective expression In law and practice. We will hall that tion which ngnln will mnke profitable and desirable tho ownership nnd operation of comparatively smnll furms Intensively cultivated, and which will facilitate tho curing for tho products of farm nnd orchard without the lamentable wasto under present condl Hons. America would look with nnxlcty on of farming ac tho discouragement tivity either through the government's neglect or Its paralysis by socialistic practices. A Republican administra tion will be committed to renewed is gard for agriculture, and seek the participation of fanners In curing tho Ills Justly complained of, and nlm to place the American farm where It ought to he highly ranked In American activities nnd fully sharing the highest good fortunes of American life. Ilecomlngly associated with this subject nre the policies of Irrigation and reclamation, so essential to agricultural expansion, and the continued development of tlw great and wonder ful West It Is our purpose to. continue and enlargo federal nld, not in sectional partiality, but for the good ot all America. I believe the budget system will ef fect a necessary, helpful reformation, and reveal business methods to gov. eminent business. I believe (ederal departments should k mid send be niatle i Tor' thoiisnnils hack to p'-wt'o nr elth"r of federal eti.-'tr not essential at duplicating en-- k nil. I believe In the protective tnrlfT policy nnd know we will be calling for Its saving America:. Ism niin maI believe In n grent merchant rine. I would have this republic thn lending maritime nation nf the world. I believe In a navy ample to protect It, nnd nble to assure us depend-abl- o defense. 1 believe In a small army, hut tho besL4tithe world, with n mindfulness for preparedness whlrh will nvold the unutterable cost of our previous neg- the 10th, with a good attendance. People are taking advantage of the bountiful blackberry crop by conserving lo tho limit. Wo have an nbundanco of peaches, but apples arc not so plentiful. Johnnio Bongo is convalescing with his injured hand. Silver Creek Tyra Lainhart. McKee, July 13. The educational board met Monday July the 5th to elect a school supervisor and do some other work. After a close in vestigation the board clceled R. 0. Cornelius as ho had been doin; school work most of his time and has had a vid6 experfenev in llv; public schools of Jackson county As a teacher, his records aro good, having spent several years in Bcrea G'llegc and has taken some training in Suo. Bennolt School at Lon don. It is felt he will give good service, which' tho county needs very much. Carico Carico, July 19. We havo had some hard rains and the river is full hero. Crops are flne around hero. The citizens arc cutting their oats and report a good yield James Summers is down with his back. Henry Riley has been on the sick list. Our school will start today with E. D. Herald as teacher. John Summers lost a flne sheep last week by dogs. Blackberries aro getting ripe and tho women are filling Iheir cans. Thero was somo disturbance in tho Holiness meeting at Old Bend schoolhouse yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Robinson have gono to Hamilton to work. John Parker or Camp Tay- lor is visiting his sister. T. D. Angel, who was shot, is ablo to go without his crutches Wo are sorry to hear of Frank Smith being shot and killed on Horse Lick. "Bert Summers is planning to go lo Allamont to haul, coal this week. Wedding Anniversary Sunday being the 18th or tho mont.li found the Silver Wedding Anniversary of Mr. nnd Mrs. T. M. Ogg being celebrated by relatives and friends. Those present wero Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ogg. E. F. Ogg and family, Chas. Anderson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Clove Anderson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Anderson and littlo daughter, Chas. Dtierson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey James, Bert Martin and family, Isaac Martin and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Moore and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Haw-le- d, Lock Mann! and family, Hugh Campbell and Raymond McKnight. Everybody seemed lo enjoy cither himself or his dinner. It was agreed by those present who knew the bride and groom of twenty-fiv- e years ago, that they aro just as good looking and as happy looking as they were on that momnrahle day when the perverse couple made their way from Rockcastle county to Lancaster, Garrard county, accompanied by W. A. Ogg and MKs Jennie Jackson, now Mrs. L. V. Moore. Those present wished tho host and hostess a long and happy life and congratulated them on having four noble children, two daughters and two sons. Tho daughters aro graduates of Bcrea College and are rollowing the teaching protes-sio- n. One is doing high school work in Meclinnicsvillo consolidated school, Mechanicsvillc, la., tho other having domestic science and grade work in a centralized school near Warren, 0. The sons are still students or Berea during the school year and are devoted farmers on their homo farm during their vacation periods. Panola Panola. July 20. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Annoy of Beattyville, after .1 pleasant visit at the home of tho latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Blcknell, havo returned home. Luther Powell and Claude Lakes, lover-seveterans of, the World War, have been discharged from servico and aro with delighted relatives. Willie Isaacs, of Hamilton, 0., joined his wife and baby, Russell, on n visit to tho family of Joseph M. Powell Mrs. John Freeman anil children, or Middlclown, 0 aro visiting relatives here. .loo Mizo and ramily havo returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Wilgus Hunter and Maslor Andrew wero dinner guests at Idle Wild Farm. Mr. and Mrs. John Cox and children, Tony Bur- nam, Russell and Doppio Maret, wero also afternoon guests or Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Rawllngs. Mrs. Crate Robinson and daughters aro the guests nt tho homo or Erby nirknell Mr. and Mrs. Noah Powell, Mr. nnd Mrs.i Walker Richurdson nnd Lloyd Patrick, or Middlclown, 0., wero guests or tho ramily or J. W. Patrick, Sunday. Tho Baptists aro still holding their tent meetings a? Silver Creek, July 19. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Daughcrty and son of Win- chester visited tho latler'a sister, Mrs. G. E. AndcrsonA party of flvci consisting of C. T.Todd, Will Anderson, Matt Whitcmorc, Dave Smith, and a friend, motored to Lexington, Frankfort and Richmond Tuesday. Miss Nannio Johnson and Mrs. Minnie Gadd motored to Richmond Wed" nesday to attend Teachers', Institute. Rorn to Mr. and Mrs. Billy Lamb, a boy, christened Joo Martin. Buck Johnson, o! Whiles Station, who has been confined lo his bed so long, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. G. E. Anderson. Mrs. Mark Spink and Mrs. Nettie Mann of Ohio are spending a few days at the Burdotto Summer home. Clay Lick Clay Lick, July 19, Corn and tobacco crops aro looking flno in this vicinity. Tho Estridgo school began July 19, with Mrs. Eliza Ogg as teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Winkler ot Red Lick wero visiting the Ial-to- r's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wolford Logsdon, last week. Misse3 Addic and Eppio Williams attended tho iatituto at Richmond last week. Mrs. George Huff and son, Maraell, wero visiting in Bcrea Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Grover Botkin, of Berea, and Mr. and Mrs. Taylor on Page Five) unu uiuy readily sense, the eon science of our Amerlcn. I nm sure I understand the purpose ot the dom lunnt group of tho sennte. We were not seeking to defeat n world nsplrn- tton, we wero resolved to safeguard Amerlcn. Wo wero resolved then, even as we are today, and will ha tomor row, to preserve this free and Inoe- peudent republic. In the call of the conscience of Amerlcn Is pence, pence that closes the gaping wound of world wnr, und silences tho Impassioned voices of International envy nnd distrust Heeding this call nnd knowing ns 1 do the disposition of the Congress, I promise juu formal nnd effecthu pcaco so quickly ns a Republican Congress can pass Its declaration for a Republican executive to sign. It Is better to bo tho free and disinterested ngent of International civilization, Justice ii ml ndvunclng with the covOnnnt of conscience, than be shnckled by n written compact rhlh surrenders our freedom of n and gives to n mllltnry alliance tho right to proclaim America's duty to the world. No surrender ot rights to n wtirld council or Its mllltnry alliance, no assumed mamillary however appealing, ever shall summon the sons of this republic to wnr. Their supremo sacrifice shall only be nsked for America 'nnd Its call of honor. Thero Is n sanctity In thnt right wo will not delegate. Leaving America Independent. Disposed ns we are, the way Is very nc-tlo- ' wage-earne- t y Mmple. U " I MADISON COUNTY Big Hill Big Hill, July 10. Plenty of rain and tho crops aro growing fine. Tho new schoolhouso is n ho started July 10, and to bo completed by September 1. Willie Abrams' boy was accidently shot by a younger brother. Ho was taken to the Robinson Hospital vlast Saturday evening and died Sunday. The parents havo our deepest sympathy. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Settle, Sherman Settle nnd Dr. Settle havo been spending n few weeks at tho Hot Springs and ML Jackson, Ind. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. D. Settle and Sherman havo returned. Miss Lucy Hayes began her school at Mallory Springs, July 10. This makes flvo year3 sho has taught at Mallory and ten at Pilot Knob. Institulo at Richmond, which was conducted by Prof. Ward, was qulto a success. Most every tcaoher with n good altendance-T- ho Unban! Richarjdson and Tyo Isaacs preached nt Beech Grove schoolhouso Saturday night and Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Isaacs end children wero guests at tho homo or Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lakes Sunday. Miss Merle Wilson opened 'her school at Bark Road school on Rov. tho Rov. Potts' GOLD DUST Hour is made of beat wheat and by moat improved methods , BEST BY TEST Paoae 156-- 3 For Sale By All Grocers R. L. POTTS & SON White. Station, Ky. obstinacy, Impracticability tin! delny be recognized, and let us And tho big, practical, unselfish way 'o do our part, neither covetous be--a use of ambition nor hesitant through fenr, but ready to servo ourselves, hu. tnanlty nnd God. With a sennte as the constitution contemplates, I would hopefully approach the nations f Kumpe nnd of the enrth, proposing 'hut understanding which makes us a willing participant In the consecration of nations to a new relationship, 'o commit the moral forces of Uie America Included, to pence and HARDING SPEECH Of ACCEPT-TANC- E ntenmtlonnl Justice, still leaving free. Independent nnd A NEW KEYNOTE )ut offering friendship to nil the world. (Continued from Pago One) It Is folly to close our eyes to :roiu pcrsonui government. Individual, facts. Humanity Is restive, dictatorial, nutocrnllc or what not. iiuch of the world Is In revolution, No man Is big enough to run tills the ngents of discord nnd destruction great republic. There never lias been nnvo wrought their tragedy In pathetic on. Such domlnntlon wns never In- Rnssla. havo lighted their torches tended., Tranquility, stability, depend, imoncother peoples, nnd hope to see ability nil ure nssured In party spon- Amerlcn ns a part of the great Red sorship, nnd we mean to renew the asronflngmtlon. Ours Is the temple of surances which were rended In the liberty under the inw, and It Is ours to catnclysmal wnr. rail the Sons of Opportunity to Its deOur first committal is the restorafense. America must not only save herself, but ours must lie the nppenllng tion of representative popular government, under the constitution, through voice to sober the world. It must be understood thnt toll alone the agency ot the Republican party. nnd adOur vision Includes more than a chief makes for nccompllshmcnt executive, we believe In n cnblnet of vancement, nnd righteous possession Is the rewnrd of toll, nnd Its Incentive. hichest cnpnclty, equal to tho responsibilities which our system contemThere Is no progress except In the plates. In whose councils the vice stimulus of competition. president, second offlclnl of the repubThe chief trouble today Is thnt the lic, shall bo asked to participate. The world wnr wrought the destruction of sarao vision Include n cordial underhealthful competition, left our storestanding nnd ciy)rdlnated activities houses empty, nnd there Is a minimum with a house of Congress, fresh from production when our need Is maxthe people, voicing the convictions imum. Maximums, not minimum. Is which members bring froin direct conthe call of America. It Isn't n new tact with the electorate, nnd cordial story, because war never falls to leave along with the restored depicted storehouses and always the efficiency of production. War functions of the senate, fit to be the greatest deliberative body of the nlso establishes Its higher standards world. for wages, nnd they abide. I wish Uie higher wage to abide, on one explicit International Relationship. r will It Is not difficult Chairman lodge, condition that the give full return for tho wago received. to mnke ourselves clenr on the quesProduction, More Production. tion of International relationship. of the sennte, conWo Republicans I want, somehow, to appeal to the scious of our solemn oaths and mindsons nnd daughters of the republic, ful of our constitutional obligations, to every producer, to Join hnnd nnd when we saw the structure of s brain In production, mora production, taking vis- honest production, patriotic producworld ionary form, Joined In n becoming tion, because patriotic production Is warning of our devotion to this re- no less a defenso of our beat civilizapublic. If the torch of constitutionaltion than that of armed force. Profiism had not been dimmed, tho delayed teering Is a crime of commission, tragedy of peuco of tho world and tho Is a crlmo of omission. disappointment and Kurope's misun- Wo must work our most and best, else derstanding of America easily might the destructive reaction will come. have been avoided, The Republicans Tho menacing tendency of the presof tho senate halted the barter of inent day Is not chargenhlo wholly to dependent American eminence and Intho unsettled and fevered conditions fluence, which It was proposed to caused by tho war. Tho manifest for an obscure and unequal weakness In popular government lies placo In the merged government ef the Id the temptation to appeal to grouped world. Our party means to hold the citizenship for political advantage. heritage of American nationality unIt would be the blindness of folly to impaired and unsurrendered. Ignore the activities In our own counTho world will not misconstrue. We try which are aimed to destroy orr do not mean to hold aloof. We do not economic system, and to commit us to mean to shun a single responsibility the colossal tragedy which has deot this republic to world civilization. stroyed all freedom and made Russia There Is no hate In tho American Impotent This movement Is not to hi heart. We havo no envy, no suspicion, halted In throttled liberties. We must no' aversion for any people In the not abridge the freedom of speech, tho world. We hold to our rights, and freedom of press, or the freedom of mean to defend, aye, we mean to susassembly, because there U no p.finlse tain the rights of this nation and our In repression. These liberties are is citizens allku, everywhere under the sacred as the freedom of religious beshlulug sun. Yet there Is the concord lief, as Inviolable as the rights of life We do of amity and sympathy and fraternity nnd the pursuit of happiness. In every resolution. There Is a genuhold to the right to crush sedition, to menacing contempt for 'aw, ine aspiration In every American stltte breast for 0 tranquil friendship with to stamp out a peril to the safety ahjae world. the republic or Its people,, when eroerg Am-jrlcg wago-earneroduction let the failure attending y aac-rlflc- e a I believe thnt eury man who dons the gnrb of American clllreushlp nnd walks In the light of American opportunity, must become American In benrt and soul. I bellee In holding fast to every forward step In uiihuckllng child lar nor and elevntlng conditions of woman's employment. I believe the federal goterumeiit should stamp out lynching mid remove (hut stnln from the fair nnme of America. I believe the federal rorernment should give Its effective nld In solvlnir the problem of ample nnd becoming housing ot Its citizenship. I believe this government ahould mnke Its Liberty and Victor) !ond.s worth nil Hint Its patriotic citizens paid In purchasing them. .Taxes Mutt De Reduced. I believe the tax burdens lmpol for the war emergency must lc revised to the need of enc. nnd In tin Interest of equity In distribution of tho hunleiu I believe the negro citizens of Amerlcn should ho guaranteed the enjoyment of all their rights, that they have earned the (till measure of citizenship' bestowed, that their sacrifices In blood on the battlefields of tho republic have entitled them to all of freedom und opportunity, all of sympathy nnd nld that tho American spirit of falriiesa and Justice demands. I believe there Is an easy and oeii path to righteous relationship with Mexico. It has seemed to mu that our undeveloped, uncertain and luflnil policy bus made us a culpable party to thu goiernuientnl misfortunes In thnt land. Our relations ought to be both friendly and sympathetic; we would like to acclaim a stable government there, and offer a neighborly hand in 'tolntlng the way to greater progress. I believe In law enforcement. It elected I mean to be a constitutional president, and It Is Impossible to Ignore the constitution, unthlnkablo to evade the law, when our every committal Is to orderly government The four million defenders on land and sea were worthy of the best tradiIn tions of a peoplo never wnr-llkpeace nnd never pncltlst In war. They commanded our pride, they have our gratitude, which must have genuine expression. It is not only a duty, It Is a privilege to see that the sacrifices made shall bo requltted, and that those still suffering from casualties and disabilities shall be nbundantly aided and restored to the highest capabilities ot citizenship and its enjoyment Advocate Woman Suffrage. The womanhood ot Amerlcn, always Us glory, Its Inspiration and the potent, uplifting fprce In Its social and spiritual development Is about to be enfranchised. In so far as congress can go, the fact Is already accomplished. Hy party edict, by my recorded vote, by personal conviction I am committed to this measure of Justice. It Is my earnest hopo, my sincere desire that the one needed state voto be quickly recorded In the affirmation of the right ot equal suffrage and that the vote et every citizen shall be cast and counted in the approaching election. And to the great number of noble women who have opposed In conviction this tremendous change in the undent relation of the sexes as applied to government, I venture to plead that they will accept the full responsibility of enlarged citizenship and give to the best In the republic their sufo dustry. I believe In our eminence In trade abroad, ulilcli the goxcrnmcut should aid In expanding, bulb lu reuullug cargoes. markets und I believe In eslnhllsblns slnndnnls for Immigration, which nre concerned with the future citizenship of the rer public, not with morn In Inimin-Hiwe- lect 4 frage and support but a very it Ours Is not only a fortunate people eommon-sensica- l people, with vision high but their feet on the earth, with belief In themselves and faith In God. Whether enemies threat, en from without or menaces arise from within, there Is some Indefinable voice saying, "Have confidence In the republic I America will go oul"