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Devoted to title Interests of tlie The Citizen flio-uintetiii Feojple Our Threefold Aim: To Give tlio news of Dcrca and vicinity; to record tho happenings of Dcrca College; to bo of Interest to all tho Mountain People. Kivo Cents Per Copy BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY 29, 1920. Ono Dollar and Fifty Cents a Year No. 5. Christians, Follow Up Your Victory For n hundred years a growing number of Christian bavo been working and praying for an end to tho curso of drunkenness, nutiho evil has grown greater and greater. Men marfo largo fortunes by browing and distilling liquor and did not propose lo havo their gains Interfered with. "Tho Hum Power" controlled politics and compelled us lo allow men lo mako a business of running saloons that wcro carefully prepared man- .Family of Franklin D. Roosevelt UNABLE TO SECURE ADEQUATE FACILITIES VARIATION NOTED IN OAR SUP. PLY CERTAIN SECTIONS QET BETTER SERVICE. World News Athens, July 20. Adrianonle ha rallcn lo tho Greeks, according lo an official statement Issued Sunday. Berlin, July 25. Tho German Government today (proclaimed an ordinance prohibiting exportation and transit qr arms, munitions, ex plosives or otlior war material lo Poland or Russia. Tlon Tsln, July 21. Peaco delegates havo arrived at Tien Tsln, but wore coolly and suspiciously received. Former Premier Chin Yun? hns left far Mukdog to confar with Chnng Tsao Lin, governor or Feng Tcin, with n view to bringing about an early peace. Southampton, England, July 24. Scenes nttending the departure 300 years ago, or that little band or adventurers known to history as tho Pilgrim Fathers, were today, in a pageant inaugurating a lour days' celebration or tho pt tho sailing or Aha Mayflower. Eaglo Pass, Texas, July 26, Arrival or Francisco Villa, bandit cbfcNain, at Sabinas this morning was immediately followed by a sharp encounter with government forces numbering about 25 men, according to information reaching Eaglo Pass late this evening. It is said Villa's farce folal's between 300 and 500. Constantinople, July 21, The Greek forces in Thrace occupied Eskl-Bab- a, tho junction point of the Constantinople and railway lino, Saturday. They immediately pushed northward toward and westward along tho highway lo Adrianople. Kirk-Kilisseh Kirk-Kilisseh traps. League has brought tho pcoplo lo speak out and Intoxicating liquors nro by Constitution and by law banished from our land. And the results aro grcalcr than wo hoped. Tho savings banks arc having hundreds of new depositors. Tho sloro keepers aro selling more of tho comforts of life and collecting thoir pay from families that used to bo worthless. In hundreds of cITorts tho Anti-Salopoor-hous- nut at last tho day of, Prohibition has dawned. By careful Mine Along N, and W. Receive Sufficient Empties Tidewater Embargo on C. and O. It Lifted After Two Week Ohio Production Low. Wntfrn Newspaper Union Niwa Service. Charleston, W. Vn. With mines In West Vlrglnln still unnblo to secure ndequuto transportation facilities to load to potential cnpnclty production was still falling far short of the cases counly Jails aro empty and two nnd thrco counties aro e, becauso tho supply clubbing together to keep tip a of paupers is running out I It is nn advance of Christ's" rolgn on earth. Hlcssings nbound where'er ho reigns, Tho prisoner leaps lo loose his chains, Tho weary find eternal rest And nil tho sons of want nro blest. Ac wc as glad and as thankful as wo ought (o ho? And aro wn gathering nil tho fruits of this great victory? Of course, when you kill a snake, his tnll wags till sundown; nnd so there nro criminals still who disobey the law for tho sake of gain. And it becomes us lo bo vigilant nnd actlvo In supporting tho odlcersTof the law in ferreting out nnd stopping tho secret traf-il- c in liquor on tho Mexican nnd Canadian borders nnd among tho moonshiners. Rut n bigger thing is to get hold of theso men who arc thus set free from tho overpowering temptation. Wo should havo on unoblruslvo "campaign" to wclcomo them, and bring them inlo the full fellowship of our social circles and our churches. Is It not a fact thai among llio men wb nro ovcrcomo by the drink habit wo And many of the most gonial and brilliant spirits? John H. (lough and "nob" nurdello wcro reformed drunkards, and Poo and many another real genius have been among the tinreformcd drunkards. Our churches need just those companionable and warm-heartmen who used lo frequent tho saloons. So let us givo them (lie glad hand, nnd realize that with all this decrease of misery nnd this rescue of our brothers from Ihe power of evil, wc nro living in a great day. ed the chief factor responsible for Sir. Krntiklln D. Roosevelt nnd four children r the Democratic candidate for vice president, ialum nt their summer home nt Catnpobcllu Isle, New Brunswick. Left to right : EUint. John, Franklin, D. Jr nnd the daughter, Anna. as cnndldato of tho Republican party for vice president. Wilmore Ky. July 23. A crowd estimated at 5,000 to 8,000 marked the opening day at tho Wilmore Hible Confcrcnco today and the special trains into town wcro full while aulos streamed into tho conference grounds with hardly a break. The register shows that large delegations from West Virginia, Ohio, Indinnn, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Tennessee, nnd from many points in Kentucky camo to tho conference, or havo reserved accommodations for- - tho succccding daya. U. S. News Washington, July 23. Poland has asked Iho Stato department to announce formally lo tho world tho "moral support" of tho United States to Poland in its battlo with tho Russian Bolshcviki. Los Angeles, July 20. A sharp earthquake shock awoko Los Angeles at 4:12 o'clock this morning. A few chimneys wcro knocked down! 'dishes broken and windows ralUpoy A second and much lighter shock was felt in L03 Angeles at 8.59 a. m. Chicago, July 21. Tho order ror a o rererendum by employes on tho award of tho Federal Labor Board was completed today, with a strong plea aganist a strike, at a meeting of tho executives ol the railroad brotherhoods, before they departed. natlon-wid- Arrests For Drunkenness Decrease cities there wcro during tho last six months beforo national war Prohibition becamo cITcclivc a total number of arrests for drunkenness of 900. In lh.0, same seven cities durfng the first six months under Prohibition Ihcro wcro only 178 arrests for drunkenness. In tho face of theso stubborn figures will any man daro In seven Kentucky Frankfort, Ky., July ng question tho wisdom nnd righteousness of Prohibition? Look at theso figures side by side. When wot, 9 arrests. When dry, only 178 arrcsto, 818 less. Think of it. American Issue. KEEP ON URGING GOOD ROADS Improved Highways Arc Fundamental ly Essential to Highest Advancement of Civilization. Kentucky News BEREA WOMAN'S CLUB nre doing well In acquiring nnd building ronds nt present, nnd our legislation Is to lie commended for starting Oil creditable work; but when wo And n trnvelable road going past every farm, through every V Lexington, July 25. Two more women's clubs hnvo Joined the ranks of tho "hundred per centers" in tho State FedoraJJon Endowment Fund. They aro tho Korea Woman's Club nnd the Cynthiana Country Club. town nnd city, then will It be tlm enough (o cense tulklng "good roads." They nre fundamentally essential to the highest advancement of our own 'clvlllzntlon. Died at the Steering Wheel. Ironton, O. When nn iiutoinnblle ranie to n sudden stop on ttio Incline lending to n ferry boat, spectators nnd found that the driver. Jefferson Chntnplnn, nged 72, n prominent Huntington (V. Vn.) buslneix man. was dend nt tho wheel. Ill dying struggle resulted In locking the brakes. MICKIE SAYS ilRN OVD 1 CROOOO AVXjOMS 1& UOV4 Ut AWT CjOIVjTfc DO K W3N ON TVV EUVWAWT TUM" US .WttO 41 FOR TU' VMtttU TVV CARCASS VJIVS VMtRC Central Competitive Field was revealed in a statement given tonjghl by John L. Lewis, president of the Workers of Amorica, Lexington, July 25. There will be United Mino regarding tho strike now in progress Danville, July 21. Tho Cccillon held nt the University of Kentucky in tho Illinois field. Park fnrm of 110 acres, located on for n period of two weeks, beginSouth Sceniid street hero, was sold ning August 2, 1020, a school for attat auction today by I. M. Dunn & endance officers. Theso officers nro Washington, July 25. Amorica's is boing provided in each county by a recent military establishment Company, in nino tracts for approxiact of tho Legislature for tho pur-po- o practically revolutionized under the mately 150,000. of enforcing tho compulsory terms or the new nrmy reorganiza attendance law. Sfnto Superinten- tion bill which becamo effective Richmond, Ky, July 27. Mrs. say tho work Margaret Summers Burnam, widow dent George Colvin is arranging for July 1. Army officers all counly superintendents and at- will not bo completed ror somo of Judgo A. 11. nurnnm. crossed tendance officers in each counly to months becauso ol tho broad scopo over onto tho other sido to bo witli nllend. Tho American Red Cross or tho measure passed at tho last seshim nnd oilier loved ones, at 10:15v is cooperating in tho work and tho sion ol Congress to placo tho land oclork Monday night. school is under tho Joint auspices farces on a permanent peaco basis. of tho State Superintendent of Georgetown, Ky., Juy 25. FragSchools, tho American Red Cross, Chicago, July 20. Gov. Frank O. ments of bodies found by passerby nnd tho University of Kentucky. Lowdon, Illinois, will bo ono of tho this morning led to tho discovery important factors in tho Republilhat Georgo R. Kidd, 20 years old, Frankfort, July 25. Praiso of can National campaign. Ho will bo nnd Oscar Stephens, .18, had been speaker in o run over and killed by n fast pas- every department of tho Kentucky used as n senger trnin last night nt Rodgcrs Children's Homo Sooiely from tho sovernl doubllul states, probably performance or its function or toward tho end or tho campaign and Gap, near Georgetown. gathering in nnd caring ror tho will fdiaro tho polillcal spotlight Increased activity In tho various wnirs or Kontucky, finding them with Senator Hiram W. Johnson, ol Kentucky oil fields was shown dur- homes nnd protecting them In tho Calirornia. ing tho last woek, according to re- homos, down to tho most mlnulo ports from tho different sections. tlctall or economy in tho finances Washington. July 23. A rurlhor Tho field showing tho greatest no- - nnd keoping a rocord of its wards, Inoreaso or 15 por cent in express livily Is tho nowly oponed John- - is contained in n report of Henry rates will bo necessary to meet tho E. Jnmcs, Stato Inspector nnd Exdistrict, on tho expected wage award to express eastorn bordor of tho slate. aminer who "went carefully Into employes by tho railroad labor tho management and conduct" of board, T. B. Harrison, or New York, Richmond, July 21. A largo barn Iho institution from May 1, 1018, to representing tho Amoican Railway on tho farm of Fount Whlllakor, Juno 30, 1020. Express Co, estimated today at tho near Nowby, this county, was slruok advanco oxpross rato hearing bcloro OHIO'S THIRD CANDIDATE by lightning during a storm and Intcrstato Commerce Commisgot Its third cnndldato for tho Ohio burned lo tho ground. A largo sion. quantity of grain and feed was tho 1020 presidential campaign whon stored In tho building, whloh was tho Prohibition national convention, Marlon, O, July 25. Tho needs or destroyed. Tho loss is csllmatod in session nt Lincoln. Neb., ohoso Aoron S. Wntklns, or Gormnntowu, Western rnrmora- wcro talked over at $1,500, with $500 Insurance O., as its standard bcaror. Watkins with Senator Warren O. Harding was born on an Ohio rarm 53 years today by Senator Arthur Capper, of Northhampton, Mnss., July 27V "This nomination Is tendered you nt ago, preachod 17 years In tho Kansas, and Henry Wallace, or Dcs tho spontaneous wish of your par Methodist church, thon was a pro- - Moines, la, both editors or rarm ty," said Governor F.dwin P. Mor rossor in Ada Collego, Ohio, nnd Is publications, and In o statement row, of Kontucky, principal speaker now a prorossor or literature In a afterward, Senator Cappor doclarod at tho ceremonies nttondlng tho Gormanlown military academy. Ho tho rarmcrs or tho West were "fast not ideation boro today of Governor ran ror Governor of Ohio twice on realizing why it is necessary that tho Republican ticket bo elected." Calvin Coolldgo of his nomination tho Prohibition ticket. top-lincx-tre- of Kentucky nnd West Virginia will establish a neutral zono bolweon tho wnrring faction along Tug Fork of tho Big Sandy, which separates Piko counly, Kentucky from Mingo county, West Virginia. Adjt. Gen. J. M. DoWeeso left tonight for Williamson, "AV. Wa., In meet Governor Cornwell of that Slnto and nrrahgo n policy of close between tho guardsmen on both banks of tho stream lo prevent further shooting across the Siato line. coal-mini- Indianapolis, Ind., July 25. Pos sibility of a general strike of bl tuminous coal miners througout the such a condition of affairs being lack of uniformity In tho car supply. Some regions In West Virginia from a car supply standpoint were faring much better than others. In one section of the state only Norfolk and Western territory, In the cxtremo southern portion of tho state was the supply of empties at all sufficient to enable mines to operate to capacity. Further, north In Chesapeake and Ohio territory, mines were nble to make no progress In Increasing loadings, since not only was there no Improvement In the enr supply, but It wns, In fnct,, slipping backward, there being less than n 60 per cent supply. The same condition provnllcd on the Knnawhn and Michigan Hnllroad. There was even at the outset of the week only a CO per cent car supply, despite the Ntindny accumulation, nnd operators were very much discouraged. While supply, they hopeful of a three-dawere none too sanguine that they would be able to work three full days. Cars were somewlmt more plentiful In Northern West Virginia, yet even there the supply was limited to the first few days of the week. Tidewater markets were opened once ngaln to coal mines on the Chesapeake sud Ohio when the embargo which had been lu effect as to high volatile coal for two weeks nnd us to low volatile coul for a week wns lifted. However, of tho total tonnage shipped to tlde-wator It was regarded as doubtful if moro than 40 per cent was being exported, the remainder being used for bunkering and for the constwlse trade. Service Order No. 10, covering Oie movement of coal lo Uie lakes, was re ceived In most fields by Wednesday, mid steps were being taken to arrange for larger landings to the lakes. This Is was expected v otild be accomplished by the assigning of cars specifically for lake loading. Production was being cut down at a fey points by strikes, although the heaviest loss In tlmt respect was In the Williamson Held, a strike against the Penn-MurCoal OomtNiny, a subsidiary of the IW'thlehom Steel Corporation, one of the largest compnnles operating In Northern West Virginia, having failed of Its purpose so far. Some of the companies In the Williamson field expected to nttempt to resume operation on Wednesdny, July 21. Just what success attended their efforts has not mi fnr been learned. Striking miners In tho area In which the strike Is partly effective nre resorting to sniping tactics In order to prevent miners, if possible, from working. y y London, July 20. Premier Lloyd George in tho Houso of Commons today confirmed reports that tho Russian Soviet government had sent the British government a noto ac- ccpting Great Britain's proposal for a peaco conference in London between the Soviet and tho powers engaged in hostilo action against the Soviets or supporting such action. Warsaw, July 25. Armistice negotiations between representatives of Poland and Soviet Russia probk, ably will bo hold at according to Diet circles today. Negotiations to bring about the initial meeting of tho military commanders to arrange far a confar-en- co between tho deputations or both sides already aro under way somewhere on tho front lines. Brcst-LItovs- y All Records Smashed. Washington. Kxports from the United States during tho flscul year ending June HO reached a new high record of $8,111,000,000, but ns nil records for Imports also were smashed the net trnde balance in favor of this country wns only ?1!,87L,,000,000. This compnred with a trade balance of slightly more than ?l,(KH),0(H,(KiO bofore. The figures were made public by the Department of Commerce. Belfast, July 23. Shooting wa3 renewed this morning in tho Kashmir strcot area where bitter fighting occurred last night in clashes between Unionists and Sinn Feinors with military intervention. Early in tho renewal of tho hostilities in this district, ono man was reported wounded by a shot that passcrf through tho window of his home. It was definitely stated this morning that ten porsons wero killed in last night's demonstration. CHANCE Notorious PALACE AS HOSPITAL Chinese Gambling Hell to by Government. Be Confiscated Barrier Erected By Germany. Berlin. Tho Germau Government proclaimed an ordinance prohibiting the exportation and transit of arms, munitions, oxploslvos or othor war materials to Poland or llusslu. The proclamation adds thnt Germany exercises the right she enjoys In accordance with the law of nations, which remains untouched by the provisions of thopeace treaty. Pole Appeal to America. Washington. Poland, sorely beset by tho ltusslan ISoltthevlkl armies, called upon the United States for moral support In her now desperate battlo with the Soviet forces. Marines to Aid Americana. Peking. Reports of looting and dishuvo been received order In Tung-Clihere. A small detachment of American marines has been sent there to bring out American resident, If Hopes for a compromise necessary. between the opposing factions center In the peace mission which has arheaded by former rived at Tlen-TslIt is exPremier Milipected that General TBao-Kutary Governor of Chi ll province, also will arrive shortly In Tien Tsln from o n, Shanghai. Tho great gambling establishment In this city notorious for years under tho name of "The Wheel," which originally cost more than $500,-00Is to be converted Into a charity hospital. The Chinese authorities have announced that they Intend to confiscate tho huge building, which now stands dark mid empty. Its owners, however, threaten to tight this program. Up to about three years ago, when tho place was closed by Chinese authorities "Tho Wheel" In Shanghai was one of the biggest gambling establishments In the far East It was located In Chinese territory on North automoIlonan road, a fifteen-minutbile ride from tho heart of the city. In the days when tho establishment flourished three roulette wheels, with six layouts, besides faro and other games, were operated. e Paotlng-Fu- . Too Much Lightning In Ono Day. Greenfield, Ind. When lightning visits a man's plao once In a year It Is usually considered sufficient, but three visits on the same day are by much too many, according to Jasper Kem; per, a fanner living near here. Within a period of ten hours lightning killed a horse, then a cow and anally a third bolt struck his bouse. 4' Page Two THE CITIZEN Itlly 29, 1020. Hcknf, while President Hutchins I merely placed a one. dollar bill on ours, and I thought, It H (This tpnee belong to the Alumni Aoclitlon of llcrea College. Articles A LETTER FROM MR. DICK easy enough to tell that Mr. Hackclt news Item and personal letters frctn graduates will be puhllidied In full or Ic nnd Osborno work In tho Treasnlntrnct every week. The Almnnl Kdltor, Secy. M. K. Vaughn, Berea ColJuly 22, 1020. lege, llcrea, Ky.. will be pleaned to receive any communication of Interei urer's Ofllco by the sizo of the bills from member of the Attoclatton.) Friend Readers of Tho Citizen: they carry. (I do not mean to say Dear Friends: thai Ihelr breakfast cost 5.00, even I and Class of 1909 speak Chlneso fluently. I will I have been trying to gel away Plough Mr. Osborno did havo n cup Harlon, Charles Win, H.S. Oherlin, havo to study Chlneso for two years from Berea for tho last twenty years 0f corroo). O. Business Mgr. of Tho Chicago This will bo dono at my mission for a short time, and have at last Aflcr ln3 j,0unllful repast, Mr. Advance. Morning Telegraph. Ad- - after Christmas and I can be Icarn- been able to irniko a start. Haekelt and I look tho train for ilress, care of Morning Telegraph, ing "the ropes" while I study. I drove to the station at Bcrca Chicago, having said good-by- o to New York City. I will lako The nnd will at 3 o'clock last Wednesday after- - ihft otjIPr folISt j toxM CMly sco Hoggs, Samuel Whltlcmore, B.I.. bo vastly Inloreslcd Citizen in reading tho noon and purcimsco my uchci lor ,inl tio of fricndshlp between Coolidgo, Kan. S'ecy to Prosl- - Alumni letters, for I have known Chicago, which cpst mo $I2.. Mr. Mr-- Osborno and Mr. Hackctl was of denl of Herea College. Educa-- 1 everybody who graduated hero since Mullen told mo tho fast train was )np i,pnost iyp(,, wlifcli will last llonal Secy, Y.M.C.A. Secy, Inter-Chur- about 1915, on time. I returned home, changed through lho ages, each bidding tho My address in China until ChristWorld Movement. Adclothes and got ready for tho 50J 0t,Pr Godspeed, dress, 895 Broadway, New York. mas will be Peking, China, care of nnd again drovo to tho sta-- i train 0ur train left Cineinnatl at 9:00 Cravens. Laura Anna, Il.Lt Lexing- Language School. After Christmas, tion and was told that tho train nm. nn,j rcachcd Chicago at 7.10 ton, Ky. Teacher. Address 3111 Tnikuhsein, Shausi, China. was thirty minute9 late. Well, that p, mi n distance of 303 miles. Tho Cllflnn Ave Cincinnati, O. Cordially yours, I wasn't so bad. but a little later trip wns m(.t ,jr(y nmi warm, but Marsh. Seward II., A.B. Pawnee Helen Dizney. was told that tho train would bo n ntensant one for Mr. Hackclt. as he City, Neb. Grad. or Yale. U. S so had plcnyt of expected to meet his wifo and baby two hours late, Forestry 'Department, Harrison MR. HACKETT LEAVES BEREA tlmo to go back up town and havo al Chicago. On the way I stood on Mnny Boroans will regret tho de- ' supper Willi Mrs . i'liamy uavis and ,tie rear platform for awhile looking! burg, ,Vn . . . . ' " ' 1"' n " she ev en had plenty of tlmo to make ovpr ,hp beBMnfm level fields of ll "oroiii iiockpiw ino as- 0 "!p hot biscuits for supper. tor. wi1M, and oals. hundreds of iiiui ui ; Vu:Y:. n. o., i.mvcianu. a ress, ' who loft Bofoa last Wednedav to ' . Wo then again returned to tho acres of grain which one could see n' m.n Anip.,1Ilrv rinvn1nn,, station and waited for tho train for miles on either side. Iucidcn-lc;. n.n.,i nnrf n Qhwlnnf . T i ri n "iiubv- - jiiiiiiu us irciisurcr m mu mission i n, that iiiiuiiy t;iiuiu, nut ti5 iiuui; in.. i uiiiew mu uiiiu jrusia ua uiuj laiiy nf n. Chicago.' stations in that countrv. under tho minutes late, passed by and found that wo were hours and forty-flv- o Secy, to President of International American Board. As we only had two hours and Iraveling at the ralo of a mile in Harvester Co. Attorney. Address. Mr. Hackclt camo to Bcrca as n thirty minutes to make our train in fifty seconds, which was going sonic. GOG S. Michigan Ave Chicago, III. student In the Colleglalo Dcparl- Cincinnati oven If (he train was on I thought, too, of tho story of Pat, ment in 191 1, graduating two years time, I kr.ew that wo would havo who when bearing of the danger Mcrea, Ivy July 27. Inlr-r- . In Annul. MM. lift wn nn- so often camo to tho last car the pleasure of slaying over night that vanchn- - (Jpar poinled Cashier of tho Collego and '' : ,1 e it. i M...i.. mw, Mr. Mullen was m mu in Cincinnati. r am very much interested In ." lni. rnmni,i . ii, n.in right when he said that the 5:03 leave the last car off?" crmvlli nf Mm nlnmnl train was a fast one for it got fast .landing there I talked with an Mu vw un tAii iliu.l uili" iiim, nn hn Ironl-- iimnu- - inrn nnnr. T !. nne nOPP from Ollf Pnsl. who Snlfl llO mi.. ingston and could not get loose for had two brothers living in Alberta LTcLnl my own interest In' J quite a spell, tho engine threw a tiro Canada wlo sold enough wheal to a mip A,u , S" , V'A9 Mr. Hackclt was and had to slop being unable lo go c ear $100,000 in one years t.me. ,npro m mJn0pUar snmo , ye5 IbeonmietS,!!: n the class of .. " ,u "u ., i took a nurses training course crs, ,n, Ho made a eood record In tho JV .u , Maharaja cf Indore In 9. (ItllHVfU I)V HOWCVer. musu wiiu.ll. iiuius ouuii. nnd am now ready to begin lho work classroom and distinguished himself I only had forty minutes to I havo long planned Hint I had eood eomnanions In mv mis- MOULD you ever feci Inclined to of a mis- - on the Athletic field. verify tnles of The Thotwaml cry, (waiting for lho train), ns chango depots, buy my ticket and atnnflf.. nnian tw Plitnn T . II ... ... . i """""j Diiuici- in wiini.i. i , sun uniI 1r. i. I Kt'iiiai prr.'onniiiy will nciI mis nnd One Persian Dnya," which . . President Hulchins, Mr. Osborne, get the train in Chicago, so you sco jiufeusi. .1I f T. Annual on greauy missed in me Treasurer? iioiii o.ui rrancisco, something and Mr. Hacked wero there too. I 'n!t I might have been rather shaky (he same boat with lho Hackolts. Office and a host nf friends will fnl- - like usually boirln with wns n h "Once upon n time there suppose the train wanted to keep lpsl I miss my train which was to My work will bo in tho Taiku, who tnt uixm a golden throne, and low him with good wishes to his Minn., Shansl Mission, Mr. Hacked in town as lone as nos- - carry me lo Rochester, slept upon n pciirl cnrix't, nnd built n where I will work new field of labor. 1 expected to meet Dr. Cow sible. as he was leavinc Berea for w,r(, pnvlllon for n beautiful with Dr. W. A. Hemingway. I will Mr. anil Mrs. Hackett, with tho golden-roofemorning. I did make tho bo In charge of a visit at bis homo for a few weeks, u ' lho new hospital for lilllo daughter, will spend a short queen," you may Journey comfortably to Indln, then on to Delhi nnd Agrn,' thence to the mission field for seven ,rnin an(I found it to be a speedy women, which will Includo cbargo tlmo with Mr. Hackctt's parents in nnd sec the empty palaces of tho Moone, running even faster than tho of the training scjiool years in Japan. Minneapolis and will sail for Janan gul klncH, which nro very Ilttlt for nurses. e between Cincinnati and Chicago On the journey to Cincinnati. I In order lo be able to read, writo on August 21 from San Francisco. chnnced save that they now reverfound President Hutchins to bo a 1 thought that being up north whero berate mournfully to the footfnll of was so. much cooler, the old fellow-travelmighty fine an con- western shod feet, nnd their mnrble firmed my belief in him being a lrain m'Pnt rUn fas,cr l.han down 4hat the policy of our country ns of Nations will be much dlscused walls have been mellownl to the tint man worth knowinc and havinc in ' 01(1 hciuucKy wnere u is so muci lo (his matter would bo decided be beween now and November. But of old Ivory by yeara of Indian Berea. Of course, vou all know that warmer, then too, the track has fore the election, by our joining even thus, it remains true that in a sun. So writes Klcnnor Maddock In Mr. Osborno and Haekelt nrn Mm fewer curves and a better bed over in tho league, but with certain im formal way the League, as such, Asia. You may walk nmong the colonportant reservations and interpre is not lho issue in the campaign. best sort of folks. Thov kent u in which to run. " ' Wo met Prof- - Messncr, who used tations. a good humor, even though wo were Each party has avoided any such nades of the rrent Hall of Audience lulnld with flower of lapis lazuli, staying up rather lato for young ,0 tcacn 1,1 Bcroa before tho war, In entering upon some considera concrete and explicit statement, of Jade, topaz mid carnellan that seem to ai mo tiincago nepot. inerc i saiu tion of existing conditions, the first views ns to indicate Just what will grow rolks. the wnlls, nnd burst Into goodbye to Mr. Hackett and wished step is acknowledging the error in bo its policy if victorious. This was bloom tiKn the very spot where rested Wo finally Reached Cincinnati on about 2:30 Thursday morning and for 'lim a prcat future, assuring him my former forecast. I can the more necessary In order lo harmonize the Shah Jahnn'H "Peacock Throne," n went to the Grand Hotel, which was lhal ,lis fiends in Bcrca many and easily do this, from lho fact that different schools of thought, within glorified four poster bedstead of solid canopy upon too grand for Hacked and me. Mr. true and all wished him Godspeed. in so goodly a number of cases, my party lines. Tho natural result will gold with n II Is getting near nine o clock and predictions as to political outcomes be thai, when this subject comes up which the emiwror sat dally to disOsborne and Pres. Hulchins get- ting their last room, and as stated t Porter has my bed roady. I will have been verified. And anyway, to bo acted upon by a new President pense, justice, his turban ablaze with by Mr. Osborne, you could easily stoP writing and retire, so good- - I want lo bo frank and acknowledge and a largely changed Senate, there diamonds nndbyhis flowered tunic He ropes of pearls. hidden tell it was their last room, as they night. lo what extent I have been in error. will bo marked differences of Indi- bind him sapphires, rubles nnd emerSincerely yours, If. is fair to call attention to the vidual slept abovo the street cars. Mr. opinion in each parly, as alds glowed from the outspread tails George G. Dick. fact Hint a decided majority of tho there has been in tho past. And of two peacocks and over his head Hackett and I had to take a laxi and go over to lho Havlin Hotel, where United States Senate agreed lo make any partisan, Senator or otherwise, hung n parrot wrought from a single peaco and accept tho .League of can point to somo declaration in his we had two fine beds, a bath and THE CAMPAIGN OF 1920 Nations with such reservations ns party's platform as justification of tionnl sovereignty. Tho Republican four hours sleep. Tho folks there I Mien thought and still think, will his course. were so kind as to have a town clock By Prof. LeVant Dodge candidate says wiUi emphasis, "We about one-ha- lf block away, which commend themselves lo tho sober The Democrats applaud ihn course do not mean to hold aloof. We do wo could seo from our bed next second thought of a majority of our and policies of President Wilson. not mean to shun n single respon I. An Explanation morning and know when to get up. Sometime last year, I wroto a people. So my mistake as lo tho They commit themselves to favoring sibility or this Republic to world Neither Mr. Hackclt or myself felt scries of articles for The Citizen, slato of affairs, as we enter upon tho League of Nations but they do nivilization.M Party nlatforms ccn- any discomforts when wo fell asleep treating upon lho then situation and another presidential campaign, con- "not oppose tho acceptance of any j erally consist of "glittering generali and both woke up in a good humor prospects as lo the affairs of our sists only of my overestimating the reservations making clearer or moro ties." In this case, as usual, they and went down to the Grand Hotel country and the world. In my last willingness of tho President and his specific tho obligations of tho leavo room for divergence of indiwhero wo took breakfast with PresI- - orticlo I ventured the prediction closest supporters to accept somo United Slates to tho Lcaguo associ- vidual views. To find Ihe real difdent Hutchins and Mr. Osborne, that tho League of Nations would modification of tho Lcaguo as ho ates." The Republicans do not de- ference between tho parties this After eating a good breakfast 1 not bo mado an issue in our prcsl- - first laid it beforo the Senate. clare ncainst nuy sorl of League. yoar, wo must look at somo other nolieed Mr. Osborno and Hackett dential election of 1920. I based As matters now stand, it is in They simply object to its taking a points and discuss them at another both placed a flvo dollar bill on their my conclusion upon the assumption evilahlo that tho proposed League form which shall impair our na- - lime. General College News nnd Berea College Alumni Association f .1 , 1 dssrf heir Jewels ' ch e,l tZl"":,"Wte c ... "?' M 11 ihn'.. Srom K, J.11?' ?ZWJlJZi IIIUW-0U1- J Z ' tl the Peacock Turban. r emerald, holding in Its beak tho diamond. You may enter the grent allent harem without hindrance nnd pnue before tho Ince-llk-e marblo screen which overlooks tho cool scented gnrden, henvy with the perfume of orange anil mango blossoms. A sjatrenso Icnil from the gnrden to Queen Arjnmund's golden-roofepavilion and rose water bath all n solid mnss of exquisite inlay nnd In the thickness of the nrar-bl- e walls are cunningly contrived niH'rtun-- Just large enough to admit n woman's hand, whero the queen kept her Jewels at night. It Is a long tlmo since Slinh Julian's empress was laid under thu swelling dome of the TnJ Mahal ncross tho River Jumna, yet her personality lingers In her txiudolr of fretwork arches, where she bedecked herself with Jewels, more dntzllng nnd splendid than nny woman has ever worn beforo or since. Pearl Carpet Really Exlita. Hut that such a thing ns n pearl enr-pcould exist outside fiction would be ntnx on credulity, did It not actually hang on the wall of the Nuzerbagh palace at Haroda. This relic of a past era of bizarre extravagance is as SxO feet. Three large diamond (lower patterns form ttio center; 32 smaller diamond patterns, and rubles, .VSl emeralds In (lower designs n form the border; the remaining of the carpet Is composed of seed pearls, although In places along tho outer edge they havo been removed nnd replaced by glass beads. A and useless object, apart from Its monetary value, would be hard toll ml even In India. Hut, if we hark back to the time heftro tho rich gem mines, thu extenslvo pearl fisheries on the west const nnd on tho Islnnd of Ceylon hnd been exhausted, when they were yielding their trcasuro by the? bucketful, it takes little effort of the Imagination to picture nn eastern do-Kofi-I-nos et - I . 5 er, li? xr-lio- moro-absur- (Continucd on Pago Fivo) Berea's New Era Berea College has been fortunato in having but few presidents. Besides tho founder, John G. Fee, Bcrca has had tbreo notable presidents covering a period of sixty years. Tho most noted administration in its history was that of President Wra. Goodell Frost, beginning in 1892, and closing June, 1920. His administration was marked by great expansion in both stu-do- ts and material equipment. Berea is now launching upon a new era under the guiding Inspiration of its new President, William J. Hutchins, formerly from Oborlin Graduate School, Olicrlin, Ohio. President Hutchins comes from a suc)) cessful career as pastor, and later as teacher, (1907-192Ho is a man with exceptional insight into human nature and has a broad sympathy for every human being. As a teacher ho has few equals. As a loader of young men and women ho is unsurpassed. Berea's new era promised to bo a period of scholastic and spiritual expansion. Real Christian scholarship is what our great mountain region needs, and the Trustees of Berea Collego wero farslghtcd in getting President Hutchins lo continuo to guide tho policies of tho institution to that end. Berea's call to tho mountains is now reenforced by Ihe clear call of its young, active and youth-loviPresident. For tho student who has never been to Berea before, u new and special privllcgo awaits his arrival this fall, the privilege of participating In the Inauguration or a great and promising era In tho history or an eminent (1890-19070). ng m3?s ii hi, if F r 'fni Niv Your Opportunity COLLEGIATE The crown or tho wholo Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. Courses leading to Classical, Scientific, Philosophical and Literary degrees. NORMAL Tho school which trains both rural and city teachers, with speoial attention given, to rural leaching. Kqual standing with Stato Normals, and graduates aro given State certificates, course and courses. Six-ye- ar boyond tho common branches tor IU'ed. ACADEMY Tho Preparatory course, Tour years, is the straight road to College. Tho English courso or two years is designed ror those who do not expect to leach nor go through College. It gives tho best general education for thoso who cannot go further in school. VOCATIONAL Prolcssional courses combined with literary subjects, For young men: Agriculture, Carifonlry, Bricklaying, Printing, Blacksmithing, Painting and Commerce For young women: Homo Science, Sewing, Nursing, Bookkeeping nnd Stenography. FOUNDATION SCHOOL-Gen- ernl education hi lho common branches ror students or good mental ability, abovo 15 years or age, who havo been deprived or tho advantaged or early education. MUSIC Cabinet Organ, Piano, Singing. Theory, Band and Orchestra. A fine opportunity to becomo a good musician at a very low cost. , Ladies Hall and Main Dining Room COST OF LIVING. n'ten aeeonS 32? KWWfSa room and XZT By good business management nnd board '? "'f about iludicd economy, tho Collego Is ablo lo reduco tho cost of living in Berea figure Tim lim .o Collego has won. Tuition Is CSt f B bul -" feo5, W a ,U7 $125 a year and many other valuable and necessary additions to the student's school lire, such as gymnasium all. c lies or eood c,,araolcr' t,,d,ous ,iabils of 10 a k '- """ ' KoJS St I " Write for a Catalogue and book ol Chief Regulations, to the College Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Kentucky. July 29. 1920. TUB CITIZEN deal," sho snld. 'Tm nTwoys disappointed when I miss seeing n friend of mine. Whnt makes you so pessimistic, nil of n sudden?" Hllllnrd reddened, and his eyes grew Imngfiio I've suddenly gono crazy or or nnythlng . . . nnd plense don't tnko anything I sny tonight to mean weakness . . . because, honestly, 1'vo thought nhout this so much that It's rather disintegrated mo . , . but I'vo got to tell you some things I don't want to." Ills shoulders squared In resolution; nnd nt the look of pain In his eyes, of pnln nnd despnlr, her wholo womanliness went out to him nnd hnd to be crushed, because sho was, after nil, n woman. Her look to him was first of astonishment at his surrender,, nnd, nfter that of swift, InefTablc pity for tho unnamed forces which wero Influencing him. Womanliness hung tn tho balance; and then, In a flash of perfect comprehension of his plight, she knew thnt sho could spenk to him without He hnd passed beyond the reserve. bounds of conventionality; sho put herself, mcntnlly, nt his side. "If It hurts you to say It," sho said, "I'vo known you've been . . . fond oi me. How could I help It? And why Shouldn't you have the right to think of It? Why shouldn't you have tho right to be yourself? Why shouldn't you havo the right to talk to me, and to expect me to hear you, nnd .try to Page Thre shows only the dork side of tfio farm life of a womnn. It does not consider the mnny componsntlons thnt come with the woman's dally round of work for the comfort of the fnmlly, nnd nnyono who has experienced the satisfaction of living In the open country knows thnt tho nverngc fnrm womnn Is more fortunntely plnced thnn her nverage city sister, tho department nys. Hut whnt Is to ho done? Miss Florence K. Wnrd, tn chnrgc of the extension work of the depnrtmcnt of agriculture under whoso direction the survey wns mnde, answers tho question. Benefits From Conveniences. "The Interest of tho department of agriculture In the returns from theso studies ns to Inhor. working equipment nnd compensntlon of the fnrm womnn," snys Miss Wnrd, "arc ns practl-cn- l ns Its Interest In fnrm studies Inhor, machinery nnd crop returns for the snme general reasons. "The fnrm womnn's working hours might be shortened, If the principles of modern business were applied to Running water In tho farm home. tho home for the 62 out of every the 100 thnt must enrry It Into house would lighten tho womnn's labor nnd ndd to her comfort Lnbor could be lessened If the fnrm house were ns well equipped ns the up-tdato barn, which tho farmer looks upon ns so much currency with which to buy efficiency. "The Instnllntlon of modern light ing systems would relenso somo of the women In 70 per cent of the homes where kerosene lamps nre still used. nnd tho Instnllntlon of hentlng systems would relenso some of tho time of the 64 per cent who care for conl or wood stoves. "Forty-eigh- t per cent of the fnrms are showed by the survey to hnvo power for operating fnrm machinery, but only 22 per cent hnve this ad vantage for the home. That Is n singular fnct when we consider that frequently It Is a simple matter to connect the engine used in the bnm with household equipment. "The wushlng machine is another la bor saver, nnd selling crenm, instead of churning It nt home Is nnother. In short the snmo sort of Intelligence nnd n fraction of the money applied to making field nnd bnrn work convenient would. If applied to the home, save untold drudgery to the women of the fnrms nnd would ndd both to the profit nnd comfort of tho home." ... T HOME COX WILL TRAVEL PRESIDENT CANDIDATES FOR PLAN TO CONDUCT UNLIKE CAMPAIGNS. NOBODY IIOLTOITHY KM HALL 7 brighter. "Friendship I" SYNOPSIS. CHAPTRR In a baas hoapttaj M Ncuttlr, Franca, hi faea dlsflcurad recofnltlon. an American aoldlar larvlng In tha French army attract attention by hla deep deepondency. Aaked by the surgeone for a photograph to guide them In making orer hie face, he offers tn derlelon a picture of the 8avlor, bidding them take that aa a model. They do o, making a remarkable llkeneia I.-- derestimated. CHAITKIt III. In Byracu "Hllllard" ln reality Illchard Morgan) t accepted aa a atranger Ha vlalta Jamea Cullen. a former employer, relating a story of the death of lUchard Morgan, and la at the rrcret ahown by Cullen and tils youthful daughter Angela. While at the Cullen home Carol Durant, Morgan's former fiancee, makes a call. CHAPTER IV -- Hllllard repeata to Carol hla atory of Morgan'a death and la deeply moved by the evidence of her deep feeling for the supposed dead man. He however, to continue the deception. CHAPTER V.-day Hllllard gain-er- a from Angela that Carol had always loved Dick Morgan, and while delivering to her a letter auppoeedly from her fiancee realliea that hla affection la unchanged. Hla welcome by Doctor t. Carol'a father, alao ahakea hla rea. alutton to continue the deception, but he conquers It. Neil for-tn- er CHAPTEn II. Invalided home, on the fcoat he meet Martin Harmon, New Tork broker, who la attracted by hla remark-abl- e give hi feature. The cam aa "Henry lUlllanV and hi home Byracuee, New Tork. II left there under a cloud, and I embittered agalnet Ma former fellow townamen. Harmon make him a proportion to aelt mining atocka In Byracuie, concealing hla Identity. He accept It. aeelng In It a chanca to make good and prove ha baa been un- fiad so contrived to present his dulo that Waring had finally declined the risk) and tho night passed and tho momlng enme, with Its accompanying hordo of old regrets and a new and sweeping Inrush of fresh hallucinations. To his tortured Imagination, he was a greater paradox than even Jekyll and Hyde; for ho was Hllllard and Olcky Morgan, the tiring and the dead, without the boon of tho supernatural to separate them. And yet he fett that tho wickedness of what ho had done was the wickedness of Dicky Morgnn, nnd that he, Hllllard, the soul, was sitting In Impartial Judgment on Dicky Morgan, tho flesh. He conceded the wrong; ho conceded the penalty! nevertheless, his youth him for mercy. e tardily. snld ho "Whnt' nn nccordlonllko sort of thing that 1st" "Why, Mr. Hllllard I" Her tono was nt tho snmo tlmo Interrogatory nnd reproachful. "Oh, I'm not sponklpg of you," he snld. "Only of the thing Itself. . . . It's big or little, closo or distant . . nnd It hnsn't nnythlng to sny nhout It . . . You'll have to excuse mo I was thinking out loud . . ." Tlensc do I" Bho snld. "You were on tho wny to be Interesting. Think out loud some more." Ullllard glanced sharply at her. "Don't laugh nt mo I" ho snld, nlmosl roughly. "For heaven's snke, don't you know that tho one time you shouldn't laugh at a man Is when he deserves It?" Carol's nttltudo was vaguely lest suggestive of ease. "I wasn't laughing at you," she said, "truly. Hut what you said was so LACK OF COAL CARS LOOMS Transportation Shows 8llaht Improve ment But Conditions Are Far From Normal How to Keep Women on Farm Subject of Federal Inquiry. By JAMES HORNADAY. Washington. Unlike campaigns will bo conducted this year by tho rival candldntcs for president of the two big political parties. Senator Harding, tho Republican nominee, will stny nt homo In Mnrlon, Ohio, while Gov ernor Cox, the Democratic candldute, will tnke to the stump. These nnnounced programs mnke of Interest the experiences of the rivals In the pnst, nnd yet a comparison does not prove tho elllcncy of either. Whnt has been victorious for one, may have meant defeat for the other. When Washington wns first elected president In 1788, the campaign, such us It wns, wns confined to a strip of country 200 miles wide, from Massa chusetts to Georgia. Then, the popu lation wns four million, nnd now the country, ten times as grtint In area. Is more thnn twenty-fiv- e times ns Inrge In populntlon. Hut this difference In territory nnd populntlon Is more thnn offset by Improved transportation, nnd tho accessibility of tho people through tho dally press. Twice Washington wns elected unun- Imously. When he left office, tho political pnrtles hnd lined up, but It wns for Andrew Jackson, the lighting Dem ocrnt, to bo the first cnndldnte for president to chnnge tho method of campaigning, which before his time wns conducted with considerable de corum. John Adnms nnd Thomns Jefferson did not try tho stump, becnuse, we are told, neither wns nn orator. Uenry Clay, however, wns n great speaker, but wns silent while a candidate. ... so quesr." cried out to e Hllllard's accent wai "Oh, yes." very flat "I supposo It was. It muil I always seem to b havo been. more or less up In tho air when I com to see you, don't 11 Tho Inst tlmo wt talked about friendship " "Hut that was at least a month ago,' sho said hastily, "and In the mean time, you've been Just as nice an cheerful as anybody. I thought yol were all over your trouble." ... understand? You haven't thought that my father Is tho only one of us to do that, havo you?" The reproof was the time "Ever since thnt day you played to mo," ho said, "I've fought ngnlnst It fought like the very devil, nnd " "I've known that, too nnd you've come to seo mo so seldom, I'd hoped nt least thnt you'd give yourself the chance you snld you wanted." ITc stiffened heroically "You forget thero was a condition . . . nn Imperative condition . . . and It's only fair to you to tell you thnt It's a condition I enn't ever meet ever. Thnt's why I'm here. I hnd to tell you." There was a profound stillness. ... At tho maid's announcement. Doctor Durant, who hod been occupied with nothing more momentous tlinn filling a' rnlaliasli, roso hastily and went out Into tho hallway. "Come In, Hllllard 1" he said cordially. "Carol's off looking nt somebody's trousseau . . . somebody's alwnys getting married In Syracuse . . . she'll he In directly. Come smoke a plpo with me, and bo sociable." Hllllard, lingering nervously by tho outer door, started nt tho kind voice. "You're not busy?" "IlusIIy composing my mind." said the doctor. He ushered Ullllard Into the comfortnhlc old study ond motioned towards n squat little smoking stand. "All kinds of poison there." he snld. "Clgur cigarettes plpo tobacVI.-- In Byracuie Hllllard la CHAPTER looked upon aa a capltallat and mining co. Stilt yourself." air-oft, Hllllard laughed affectedly, and In that capacity. In pursuance t hla object, Intereata Cullen In the "You cnll It poison? And you a docof wealth tn mining propertied tor nnd smoking?" The Cullena and Hllllard go to the Durant "Ah, but It's tho pleasantest poison ' home for dinner. there Is. . . . I'm alwnys having to CHAPTER at the explain Hint to Carol. . . . Matches? Durante' convince Hllllard that the doctor Well, what hnvc you been doing to and hla daughter had alway been hi yourself?" true frtende, and hi lova for Carol stronger. He realises he has a "I?" Hllllard didn't look nt hlra. rival In Jack Armstrong, also very "Nothing tinportntit, doctor." much tn love with Carol, and the two men "Hut Hint's not qulto true. Is It?" tacitly agree to right It out fairly. The tone wns gentle, but It filled his success In CHAPTER VIII.-Ifp- lte with portentlous qualms. "You've Interesting capitalists of Syracuse In hi mining venture (which he believe to be a been enjoying a little attack of Insomsound proposition) Hllllard rerret having nia, haven't you?" placed himself In such a falsa position, Ullllard winced. but In Justice to Harmon feels he must go "Why yes. As n matter of fnct " on. He makes confeeslon to Carol of hla The doctor attempted n smoko ring, love for her, and she admlta the possibility of hi affection being returned In nnd smiled nt tho dlsmnl failure. Urn. "I'm sorry. Business worries?" "Why In a way, yes." Hlltlard's head was splitting with The doctor achieved a perfect cirthe horror of It. Ho snw, In n whirlclet, and beamed nt It. ing vision of drend. tho people of tho "Something else?" ctty rising to denounces Mm; not mere"A good deal else." said Hllllard, masquerade, so ly for his Incxcusablo "Hut that's no reason for grotesquely built upon the drenm of reme to bother you with It. I didn't know generation, not only for hla vast abuse It wns so nppnrent" of personal confidence, not only for Silence. tho base hypocrisies he had practiced "It's not my hnblt." said tho doctor upon hla quondam sweetheart, but presently, "to offer any advice unless also far tills grossly profitable fraud. I'm asked for It. Gratuitous advice Dimly, he argued Just as Hnrmon never did nnybody nny good. And noclaimed, he couldn't he In harder body tnkos It unlebs It costs somestraits. A spasm of reckless fatalism thing nnd not often then. And I'm shook him. neither your regulnr physician nor Harmon, who had been Inspecting your confessor. Hut If I had nmde n him critically, took out his fountain diagnosis at this present minute I'd pen. say that you need n preacher n great deal more than you do n doctor." "I'll wrlto you your check for I do." said Ullllard. look. shall II" Ho held the pen "I "And then we'll Ing up sharply. "Only . . . It's out poised Insinuatingly. forget this little misunderstand, nnd of the question. Just personal things, start fresh. Shall IJ Let's see," with doctor nothing I enn very well tnlk great nttentlveness to the figures. nbout" "Your trouble," snld Doctor Durnnt. "Your twenty per cent Is twelve thousand four hundred, nnd that, less half isn't physical ns much ns It Is expense, . . . cull 'em llvo thousand It's nothing but tnut nerves. It's hundred." nothing but your struggle agnlnst tho even . . . thot's soventy-fou- r Ho tore n sheet from hi pocket check restraints you put upon yourself. How book, dried the Ink by wining It tn the do I know? You'vo told mo so . . . air. nnd flirted It over to Hllllard. every time I've seen you. It's In your "Put It awny and let's havo somo fnce. my boy. It's lu your eyes. Conlunch. If you're ufrnld to have your stantly. And It looks ns though tho friends seo me down here, let's havo conference Is about over . . . beIt upstairs. I'm not sensitive, sou; It muse If thut Un't Cnrol coming up the steps, my ours nreu't hnlf ns good as don't pay." "No," said Hllllard, dully, "and I they used to be." Hoth men wero on their feet ns sho guess It never will." "That's the Idea I Now you're talk- enmo In, swirling. "Oh I" sho cried to Hllllnrd. "I ing 6cnsol Como on, son, buck up didn't know you wero coming up toand let's havo somo lunch. . . ." night I Suppose I'd missed youl" e e e e Ho merely smiled, and made no anAt eight o'clock In tho evening, swer; nor did ho spenk to her until when Ilufus Waring knocked at protesting n sudden door, It was opened by a man after tho doctor, waved them remember afterward. desire for solltudo, hud with a face to hospltubly out of tho study Into the deop-cu- t almost furlines Thero were tho old Carol rowsby tho mouth nnd eyes ; and the living toom. of tho was luHllllnrd wns sofa; corner etnrtllngly were themselves eyes peering Tho man's stnndlng by tho fireplace, coughed luminous, and drawn. down Into tho empty grnto. Ho complexion was chalk-whltharshly, nnd nn expression of utter "Why, Mr. Hllllard I" exclaimed hopelessness crept Into his eyes. He Waring. "What on enrth's tho matter turned abruptly, with your "Well," ho said, "Just how much "Como on In," said Hllllard, and his would you have carod If you had?" was ghastly. "I've been waiting smile for you." Titer wns a stately old lamp standing at height behind the sofa; Its CHAPTER X. shadows were gracious and Its light, ns It crept through a shade of painted Hllllard was waiting, hoping, pray- vellum, touched Carol softly, In a ing for a blow from fate, but fate, delicacy of radlnnco which was Infinwhich at other times had been read itely caressing. Her hands were lying enough for fisticuffs, aud often prematdlo In her lap; sho bent her head, and ture with them, refrained from strik- viewed them studiously. ing. The Interview with Waring had "Why, I should have cored a great passed without friction (and Ullllard d dan-geroHll-Har- d whnt you wnsn't "Cheerfulness asked for." Hllllard swnllowed hard. I come up here, Miss Du"I rant, to have a really serious tnlk with ... last "Think Out Loud Some More." you . . . really serious. It's been delayed too long already. It took me two solid days to get my courage up to It. And . . . nnd now I'm here, I don't even know how to begin." ne scowled heavily Into tho vacant fireplace, and held out his palms with a mechanic gesture as though to worm them nt an Imnglnnry blaze. "You know," he snld absently, "your fnthcr Is n very extrnordlnnry man very." Tho compliment to the doctor had Its Invarlablo effect upon her; she glowed under It I'm "I've alwnys known that . . glad you realize It, too." Uo stood erect, and faced her. "I do . . . It enmo to mo, when I wns talking to him, whnt n great privilege It must be for you to havo his ndvlce and his sympathy . . . when you need it. And thero nre so few so Incredibly few peoplo who mnko you feel like that. One In a thousnnd. Or, one In ten thousand. Teoplo who lift you clear of your trivial ltttlo self and mnko you think In terms of principles, nnd not of your own selfish Idens nnd still don't preach. . . . It must ho a privilege." "It Isn't only for me." sho snld. "no tins enough sympathy for nnyono who asks for It. He Isn't very worldly you'vo noticed that? Ho enn't bellovo that nnybody. or nnythlng, Is renlly bad . . . and perhaps thnt's why people come to him so. Of course, It may ho that Just becauso he's my fa- ... "Cnn't you explnln?" she said at "I wish you would. You're making mo feel very bad. Mr. Hllllard. You owe It to me " Ho had to exert his utmost will to make tho beginning. "AH I can exe plnln Is that I've made another . . ." After the first grent effort the words came tumbling, passlonntc-ly- , unchecked. "It would havo been so Infinitely better for both of us If My life I'd never met you nt nil. tins been a wholo scries of mistakes; this Is the worst. . . . The worst . . . Of course, It would be nbsurdly simple If I were going nwny from Syracuse, If I were going to leave you here, nnd go but I'm not I'm going to stay here. And I cnn't think It's decent not to tell you now that If you . . . knew all I know . . . whnt I've been, whnt I'vo dono . . . you wouldn't marry me It I were the Inst man left to ask youl . . ." Ho gestured lm patiently. "We're childishly hopeful . hoping all of us sometime. for whnt we know Is Impossible . what wo know alwnys will be Impos sible. . . . I'vo been like thnt and what I hoped wns that you could take me on the bnsls of whnt I'vo been for tho Inst few months . . . since July . . . becnuse Hint's tho wny I tnke myself. Just a mnn a man like I hoped we could Jnck Armstrong. simply cllmlnnte the pnst nnd . . I cnn't get nwny from It It's on my heels every minute. It's what I am, now . . . but if I went much further back than that, you and the doctor would botli think Just whnt I do about myself . . . and I'd have to say good by to you nnyway . . . Just as I'm doing tonight. I hopo you can see that I'm not telling all this to you from any other motive except to be quite honest with you. Quite honest for once. enre too much nbout you to let you llvo another dny without knowing thnt I'm not I cnn't go on It's over. fit to bo even your friend. That's nil." nilllard had Sho sat motionless, turned back to the fireplace. as that?" she "Wero you ns bnd whispered. "Once," ho said bitterly, over his shoulder, "I used to be a gentleman Dut that wns a long tlmo ngo." "Nothing Sho raised her head. could ever mnko mo believe," sho snld, "thnt you haven't always been Just as I've known you slnco July. Nothing can, and nothing will. What you may mis-tak- ... Jackson and Harrison toured their own states, but did not attempt long tours. Cass, Scott, Fillmore nnd Hu chiinnn made 11 number of speeches, but In 18T0 Fremont kept still and let his friends lothe campaigning. " POLYGAMY IS DROPPED Girls in the Philippines Are Aban doning Old Ideas. Uplift Through Education and Association With Christians Affecting Even Sultan of Sulu's Domain. BInnlln, P. I. Practice of polygnmjr the Philippine islnnds Is being re--' duced through educntlon of girls of the lending fnmllles of the outlying provinces, according to Frank W. Carpenter, retiring governor of tho department of Mindanao and Sulu. Mr. Cnrpenter Is here to turn over administration of his oflice to the of the Interior, who will net through the burenu of tribes. In nccordnnce with n new territorial law. This lnw lenves In effect n treaty under which the sultan of Sulu renounced nil pretensions to temporal sovereignty, hut gained recognition as ecclesiastical hend of the Mohammedan church In the Sulu archipelago. The treaty guarantees to the sultan and his people "the snmo religious freedom had by nil ndherents of nil other religious creeds, the practice of which Is not In vlointlon of the bnslc principles of the lnws of tho United Stntes." "It is Importnnt to note," said Carpenter In one of his messages written ns governor, "thnt this Includes n limitation ns to religious practice which necessarily Includes the abandonment of polygnray. "An effort to Impose upon the peoplo of tho sultnn nt this time the of polygamous mnrrlages heretofore contracted, the prohibition at tills time of polygnmy or the discontinuance of divorce, must unnvoid-nbl- v resiilr In tho nrtlva resistance of anfaoTnoTmbued with fnnntlc determination to die rather than submit to a prlvntlon of their religious liberty In rantters they bellevo to bo fundamental nnd sanctioned by dlvino authority." Mr. Carpenter snld that girls of prominent families in Mindanao nnd Sulu nro being sent to Manila public schools where they associato with Christian girls and gradually becomo Imbued with the monogamous Ideas hold by tho Chrlstlnns. When they return to their own peoplo their influence tends to eliminate plural marriages, according to Carpenter, who predicted Hint the practice will be wiped out In the course of a few yenrs. In sec-rctn- ry n ther, 's "No." Hllllard shook his hend. 'Tvc seen a good many fathers, nnd My own wns n next to mine. wonderful man, too, but I never him. And seeing the doctor has mndo me wish . . . oh, It's too childish to tnlk nhout I" "If you were renlly ns old ns you try to be," sho said gently, "you'd know thnt It Isn't ever childish to be serious about such things as that. On tho contrary I And yet there was a tlmo when you wanted me to think you were well over thirty. Why. Mr. Hllllnrd, you're a boy I" Nevertheless, she regarded him . . . not as one would regard a mere youth, but with appreclubly more uncertainty. Ullllard hnd Hushed warmly. "That was when I wanted you to think a good many things that weren't truo." "About you?" Uer Inflection was an Invltutlon to further confidences, and It drew Hllllard Incontinently along tho path ho had planned and feared to take, "Somo of them," he admitted. "And somo wero about you. The fnct is, I . . . I've come on a peculiar errand, Ua cleared his throat violently; his eyes suddenly adored ber. "I've come t9 straighten alj that out Please don't I" ... "Seasonal Coal Rates. of Chnlr- On tho recommendation mnn Edgar E. Clnrk of the commls slon and the other members also, a subcommittee of the senate commit tee on Interstate nnd foreign com merce, tho chnlrmnn of which is Sen ntor Frellnghuysen of New Jersey, reported favorably a bill establishing sonsonol conl rates. This bill nnd the report of the committee nre now before the whole committee nnd will be brought up for consideration when congress reconvenes. Wldespreud opposition developed to the proposed legislation among coal operators, conl deulers nnd commercial organizations. The opposing Interests cannot fee thnt the proposed legishv tlon would accomplish the desired result Hint of Inducing the movement nnd storage of conl In the summer months so thnt n minimum of conl would hnve to bo transported In the winter months. In tho opinion of George Otis Smith, director of tho United Stntes Geolog ical Survey, to ullow present condl tlons In the coal Industry to continue will he to Invite industrial paralysis. "The seasonal fluctuation In coal out put comes from a sensonnl fluctuation In demand," he snys. "The consumer must bo hitched on to tho problem of giving the mines moro orders for tho spring nnd early months and of rellov Ing both mines nnd rallrouds of their extra heavy burden In tho full and winter mouths. In n normal year tho country over this sensonnl inequality of demand culls for 33 per cent to CO per cent more coal being mined in November, the peak lond month, thnn in April, the usual month or greatest slump In mine operation. Uneven He mnnd thus requires more mines and more miners, both working a 75 per cent year, nnd conditions of unequul sensonnl demand nro nlso bad for the railroad, especially when combined with crop movements nnd winter In terferenco with tralllc." Figures compiled by the Geological Survey disclose thnt tho cntlro world Is suffering from reduced production of coal and that tho production of 1010 dropped buck to tho level of 1010. Tho total output of coal of nil kinds In 1010, preliminary estlmnteK show, wns 1,200,000.000 net tons. Menace to Rural Life. How to keep the women down on the fnrm Is tho subject of speclul In qttlry thnt Is being mndo by the depart incut of agriculture. Alremly the survey of tho fnrm homo hns been mndo In 33 states in tho North nnd West, and tho deduc tion mndo from It by department spe cialists Is that waste of womnn power Is one of tho greutest menaces to tho rural life of tho nation. Records covering moro thnn 10,000 fnrm homes, uveruged by taking typi "Don'tl Don'tl" of tho county lu cal communities think nbout yourself makes no differ which tho survey was made, hnve al ready been tabulated by the depart ence to mo. I " "Don't 1" he said, and hla tone was ment Much of tho Information was agoulzed. "Don't you seo guthered personally by home demon "I don't believe you," sho said stead stratlon agents. ... .. ... ... vlr-tunl- ly M H7 (To bo Continued) AJulIUedlyt!esur;ey thus, far Preferred to Walk. Lewis, whoso mother was In a sanitarium, was being urged by his nurse nt home to eat food that she thought Sho said, "Lewis, prebo required. tend you are a car. It ts 20 miles to mother and it takes a gallon of gasoline to go a mile. Now, every mouthful you take Is a gallon of gasoline. So 20 mouthfuls will take you to mother." Lewis made a brave attempt to accomplish tho end, and after taking about ten mouthfuls, ho exclaimed, with disgust, "Oh, gee, I guess I'll walk the rest of the way." Page Four THE CITIZEN July 20, 1020. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OK DRRKA AND AIR MAIL MEN FROM $1 and $2 Hat Sale To clear up and clean up stock, wc wjll put on sale Friday, July 13, VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES MAKE RECORD A Billions of Resources The FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM, which includes in its membership every National Bank in the country as well as a very large number of state institutions, has resources of close upon SIX BILLION DOL LARS. As a member of the System, this Institution, enjoys the cooperation and protection afforded by these immense resources and consequently we are in a position to render our customers the very best banking service obtainable. Our officers and employees will be glad to make your acquaintance. Best Blacksmithing Planes Fly Total of 54,693 Miles in Month of May, Says Miss Sadie Burgess is taking a Official Report. trip through Ohio, Washington, EFFICIENCY IN OPERATION Baltimore. Scientific horso shoeing, flno Iron Boston and Mr. Arnold, of Kansas City, who work and repairs of all descriptions now has charge of Berea College nl the College Blacksmith Shop, Citizen Broom Industry, arived in Berea Main street, north of The Monday and has begun getting d- Ofllce. thing. in order to begin tho manuMr. Arnold facture of brooms. The Misses Beatrice I'rlco and looks as though he'd make things go. Mrs. fi. L. Fcese, of Columbia, Ky, Lucy Hire are spending the weekend with their cousin at Paint Lick. is visiting her husband on Jackson Mrs. Sadlo Jones of Stanford is street from Wednesday till Sunday. visiting Mrs. I,. Moore, on Estill Mrs. II. It. McClanahan and son. Paul, leave today for their homo in street. Dr. Cornelius of, Aberdeen, Miss, Detroit, Mich., after n month nnd n is here on business. half visit with her mother, Mrs. J. Mrs.,A. A. McCoy, of ftavenswood, P. Bicknell of Chestnut street. Va., was called hero Saturday Harry Spink, who has been in on account of the illness of her Illinois for some time, arrived homo mother, Mrs. W. H. Mahon. Sho will recently. stay a few days until her mother The building for tho consolidated recovers, when her sister, Miss school at Big Hill is being erected Ruth Mahon, will Tcturn with her. and it is expected it will bo com Mrs. Mahon was operated Inst pleted by October 1. In the meanFriday. Mr. Mahon was called here time, school will be in session at from Nashville and arrived Friday Narrow Gap and Pilot Knob, beginevening. Mrs. Mahon is doing well ning August 2. Mrs. Blanch Cams and her surgeon expects a speedy will teach at, the former placo and recovery. Miss Ethel Tcrrill at the latter. Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Judah havo reMrs. Will Duncan and children turned to their homo in Louisville are visiting Mrs. I. L. Isaacs at after spending several days in Winston, Ky. Boone Tavern. Mr. Judah is manaMiss Naomi narbcr, now of MemComger of tho Kaufman-Strau- ss phis, Tenn., is visiting Jack Baufle's pany there. family. Oscar Hayes and family arc visitMrs. A. S. Mann and littlo son, ing Mrs. Hayes' father and brother Russell, who have been making an at Aberdeen, Miss., for several extended visit horo with relatives, weeks. returned to Cleveland, Saturday. Mrs. Kalhryn Settles and Mrs. C. Mrs. It. II. Foster, of Huntington, S. Ilixby of Louisville are spending W. Va, is visiting relatives in a few days at Boone Tavern. Berea. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Pow, of WheelDave Jackson is making an extenwright, Ky., are visiting at Dr. W. ded visit with his family on West 0. Best's. Chestnut street. Tho Rev. .Tolm Cunningham has joined his wife in Chicago and is visiting friends there for a few WALDEN FAMILY LEAVE BEREA The many friends nnd acquainweeks. n. S. Wyatt has returned home tances of Attorney and Mrs. W. B. from Aberdeen, Miss., where he sold Walden regret that they are com pelled to leave Berea on account! his farm. Oscar Glass, of Akron. 0., is spend- of their health. Mr. Walden has ing a few days with Mr. and Mr?. built up a large practice by his energy and ability, which ho Is J. G. Durham. to leave. Mrs. Walden did 111., forced "Judge" Houck, of Hindshoro, called on the managing editor List a good business in her lino and her Saturday while in town visiting Mr. customers wero constantly increas Moore on Estill street. Mr. Houck ing in number. They will both be is police judgo of Hindsboro and a greatly missed as they go to tholr friend of Mr. Lehman when tho new home in De Land, Fla. Wc wish them well. latter was pastor there. George Engle and J. C. Shearwan, of Bowling Green, and Mrs. It. J. KY. POSTMASTERS MEET IN Engle and daughter, Lucy, and W. C. LOUISVILLE F.rigle were the guests of Mr3. W. B. The state convention of the Na Walden at dinner at Boono Tavern tional League of Postmasters will Sunday, v ho held at Hotel Henry Watterson, Mrs. W. C. Engle and little sons, Louisville, on August 9 and 10. An Jack and Busier, havo gone to Eaton, excellent program is being nrranged 0., to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and a large attendance is expected Will Stowe. for a month. Mrs. W. B. Walden and her littlo YANK WINDMILLS MEET FAVOR daughter, Jeanette, and little son. Ralph, returned from a visit to her South Africa, Argentina and Belgium Furnlth Big Markets for Amer. paronts, Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Engle, of lean Mill. Lancaster. too good hats at $1.00 and $1.00. In this lot of hats will go $5.00, , and $3. 00 bats. Wc $4 00, carry over nothing. Wc haven't the room, all our hats must sell. No difference what the sacrifice in price, wc sell out each season. Come now at once and get you a good bat for $1.00, a splendid value (or $2.00. $3-50- New York.Waahlngton Route Shows 88 Per 'Cent nd Chkago-Omsh- a Route the Same Newark Field Oelayt Two Routes. JUST IN Some special new bats for and for the fair, at Laura Six beautiful white Jones' store. Milansjust in. Four beautiful big black moline bats. Four lovely white molinc and hair braid hats. Mid-seas- Washington. United States mnll planes (tow n totnl of W.ttfl miles In May, according to the report mnde public by Second Asltant PostmasAll new halt but reasonable In price. ter General I'rneger. The nvernge of elllrlency on the New MRS. LAURA JONES route whs 88 per cent; Cleveland-ChicagBerea, Ky. Phone 164 70 per cent nnd Chlcngo-Omnh88 per cent. Only two forced tnndlngs were mnde UINON CHURCH becnuse of mechnntcnl trouble In Dr. Hulchins will speak next Sun- either plane or motors. Fifteen others were mnde because of shortage of Sunday at .11 o'clock upon "Tho Algns or oil through combating bend chemy of Inllucnoo." On Thursday winds, four because of wenther nnd evening at 7:30 p.m. tho topic of tho seven becnuse new pilots got oft their service will I'nion Church courses. be "Clews to Providence." How Efficiency It Bated. Efficiency In operation of postnl CHRISTIAN CHURCH Is based on leaving the fields Regular services next Lord's Dayji within 15 minutes of scheduled time, on nmlntnlnlng n speed for "5 miles Rible School nt fl:t!i, followed by nn hour for Curtlss It Is nnd SO miles Communion and preaching. for DII-- ls nnd Martin bombers, on the earnestly urged that all tho mem- -, absence or number of forced landings bens, especially, attend. There will, nnd on mnklng Hlghts without damage be preaching at 7:30 p.m. also. Tho of nny chnrncter to engine or plane In tnklng-off- , Inndlng, tnxllng or (lying, minister has planned lo be nway in The ratine by fields In May was as evangelistic meetings during tliO Mid-week H-- BEREA NATIONAL BANK JOHN L. GAY, Cashier JOHN W. WELCH, Pret&nt Get Ready For The BEREA FAIR August 4, 5 and 6, 1920 Increased Premium List, Home Work, Field and Garden Products, Big Premiums for Show Horses, Mules, Cattle, Hoes and Poultry. " follows: S n E ': v S a Z N. N. t Hit oc a 100 93 Field. 72 61 77 7S Clere.-C- a $1 90 month of August, leaving next Mon- -j day, Augtol 2, for Oxford, in Scott! county, but arrangements will bo made for good pulpit supply during1 hts absence, we hope. Wn bad tho pleasure of having several visitors last Lord', Day. Everyone is wel come to all the meetings of the congregation. W. J. Hudspeth, Minister. METHODIST CHURCH GOOQ Racial? Each DaV " Of the Fair at- Mau's Greater Shows will furnish all high class tractions. We expect to put on 'J HO Miss Helen Shannon is having a New York. Many nre tlie well that delightful time at Marthas Vineyard the farmers nre Jut now digging, or Edmond Burgess has gone to Ohio have Just finished digging. In Hrltlsh to spQnd two weeks. South Africa, for the severity of the recent drought has compelled a wide- Mrs. Blanch Cams and her two sprend tupping of the earth for water, daughters, Lavinia and Adelaide, and besides mnny a farmer has deare leaving today for a visit in Car- cided to take time hy the forelock and lisle. Mrs. Cams will return in time prepnro for other droughts. And where the wells are being dug. to begin her school at Narrow Gap new windmill" are becoming part and on August 2, and tho daughters will parcel of the South African lnndcnpe, not return until the fall term of the nnd n considerable proportion of the opens. Academy "new windmills nre coming across the Kennon for the nhnndonment of the field nt Newnrk by the depart-sicn- t nre Indlcnted In n statement by Mr. I'rneger addressed to "All Superintendents of the Air Mall Service," I In which he says: "The records Indicate that If the field malinger hifd performed the full Klin re of their duties In getting the mnll plnnea off within lSWnJnutes of the scheduled time of departure the elllrlency rating for May for all divisions would have mnde a wonderful showing. Fall to Start on Tine. "The general elllclency performance nnd New on the New routes was marred by this failure of the Newark field This field failed ten times to start Its plane on time to Wash ington and ten times to start on time to Itellefonte. This trouble exists to some degree on other fields. It can be eliminated, or certainly grently Improved, If planes nre promptly Inspected, tested and served In the afternoon before the lllght If the departure of the plane Is scheduled early the following fore noon. Aside from this single serious delinquency, the pilots, mechanics nnd Held supervisors hnve cuusc to feel roud of the record made during d t. Tho sermon last Sunday morning was from Ecclesiastos 12, "RememGrounds will be open each night during the Fair. ber now thy Creator in tho days of thy youth." Tbo lesson gives a pic- T. pj,n Secretary ture of old age and death, but we are warned lo remember God while we are young. Then there will be Classified Advertisements no fear. Jno. F. Dean J. W. Herndoa The subject of the ovcnlng sermon was "Will n man rob God?" FOR' SALE Hotiic and lot on DEAN & HERNDON Both sermons wero enjoyed by largo Forest street, I REAL ESTATE congregations. (31.7,1) j. n. i.0vls AH the young peoplo's organiza- . Wo Sell the Earth and tho Housed tlnns or nerea met with the Epworlh FOR SALE draft horse thereon! If you want a Home in or League last Sunday evening. Noxtfnt a bafrgaiu. Enquire at Tho Citizen around Berea come and sec us. Wq Sunday the other societies will meet.1 Olllcc. have Somo Especially Attractive with tbo B.Y.P.U. Bargains in small places around A letter was received from Miss Five-rooFOR SALE house on town. Also soma good Bluo Grass , , ii in Hire, win organized our aux- Boono street; city water, largo , iliary, saying that tho missionary garden, good location. Also houseDrop In at Tha Bank and talk it box which we sent to Korea several hold furniture for salo. you aro in Berea. months ngo bad arrived and that 2t-- 0 Paul Dcrthick. over with us when If you have property that you want "it was most gladly received." to turn into cosh como and list it Miss OHvo Pye. a teacher in a FOR SALE Whlto iron bed, missionary school in Seoul, Korea, spring nnd mattresses, dressers, and wilb us. Our business is to sell IL says that tho II. T, has reached tables, chairs, oil stove nnd a good Respectfully, Korea. Rice, the staple food, having washing machine. Apply to gono from 18 (o Ofl sen a measure. Dean & HcrndoB Mrs. Sallic Bogie, She did not say whether they cat ). Estill street. sugar on It or not; probably not. m . An Airplane Flight Each Day a (21-5- May." West More Chesty Than Eastern States Washington. In nn effort to secure better fitting uniforms for American soldiers, more than 100.000 men In the army hnve had their measure taken, tho war department announced. The measurements were snld to form the most comprehensive survey ever made for tailoring purposes nnd will be mnde available to the clothing trade. The survey has shown what proportion of sizes should bo carried for troops, according to tho war department, and will enable reduction In the stock of surplus clothing kept on hand to (HI requisitions. showed that Measurements the biggest chested soldiers came from western states, while tho smnllest chested men were from the eastern department. 0:5. FOR SALE Nice meeting. Thursday evening, 7:15. house, in good repair; with wntcr Choir practice Friday evening 7:30. good garden and bnrn; Church services nl 11:00 a.m. and and lights; other outbuildings. Corner of Boone 7:30 p.m., Sunday. e. All are and J.K. streets. For further information, call M. J. Carrier, phone 110-- 1 (t-- fj. rings. Sunday-school wel-rom- at Prayer F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR THE "SEA-GOING- " RAILROAD. W. F. KIDD Dealer in Real Estate Telephone 68 Berea, Ky. ocenn from the United Stnte. which follows nnturnlly the fnct Hint for some time past the South African farmer, scanning the advertising columns of his Journal, tins been rending about windmills "made In the United StnteV nnd how superior they are to windmills mndo nnywhpre else. Something more than $.100,000 the farmers of Hrltlsh South Africa spent In 1010 for American windmills. LOST Goodyear tuitomoblle tiro termlnii of the Panama canal, hy nnd rim, 31x1; lost between Boron utmost IKK) mlled. than uny other of our nnd Conway. Notify K. J. Smith, gulf portn. It Ik veparnted from the Hrodhead, Ky., nnd recelvo reward. main land bj ih Florida kej-n more r lesi dWcDmiPCted titling of Mamls, i'uioted largely of enrol uml lime-tonLOST First Class Repairing AND Fine Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. BEREA, KY . The New Fall Line of WAR ON CATS IN NEW YORK But Ratt Need Not Rejoice for They Are Alio Due for Extermination. Npw York. Plans to rid this city of thousands of cats, forced Into vagabondage by tho summer absence of their owners, were nmiounced by the department of health, which will be aided In the anti-ca- t crusade by tho Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animal. Tim department, it was announced, will owduct a crusade to exterminate ruts, particularly from Incoming ships, as n preventive against bubonic plague. The holds of all Incoming ships will be fumigated with cyanide fas, It wuh said. TAILORING Now on display at Model PressShop E. G. WALKER Exclusive Local Dealer ticklish job. Thanks to the genius, grit and un tiring efforts of the engineers, one may now enjoy the heretofore unthlnkuble und unique experience" of riding from Key West to Jllnml IriTnbout live hours on h truin running, for, the, most part, over water Instead offtm lund. On Main street, a school reader, an nrllhmctlc and n tablet, BEAUTY To reap the benelit of Its strategic with namo "Earl Steely" on insldo AN Finder ploaso rolurn to position, however, direct nnd quick cover. tmiiiportatlon with the main land was Foundation Office. Well Preserved Mummy of Egyptian A rnltroud Be'le It Drought to Light by neceswiry. was the answer. Its construction was considered Archaeologists. ROOM FOR RENT Furnished and Impracticable and ImpoxMble. Hut with modern conveniences. En London. A prehistoric girl S.00O there are men who w lit undertake any- qulro of Mrs. G. G. Dick. thing. The lute Henry M. Flagler furyears old, wluMe hulr and complexion nished the funds and the work wus benre wonderfully preserved, und who gun In HKM. .Men from many climes, WANTED A woman as a housewus found In 11 sitting position with her chin resting In her band, Is one material of many kinds und new meth- keeper. Wnshings sent out. ods of conMructlon wero called Into most recent Address Box 117, Berea, Ky. of the Iiiim brought dlxcoverlt'M anl.f. service. The winds, waves, a torrldj to light In nun, many unown una unknown rue. cient i:g)pt. I'ror. Fllndurs I'ctrlo vt DRESSMAKING University college. London, nays. tors had to be grappled with and solved. Kven nature had to be overProfessor Petrle decluml thut efEvery effort will bo mado to give come. The construction mu$t be stormHavo recently moved fort would be made to bring tho satisfaction. proof. to Berea. Call and givo mo a trial. mummy to .England to add to the colFrom Homestead, where the extenlection In the IlrlilKlt uiUMHiin. Mrs. Haltio Porter, Fir Cottage. sion begins, to Key West, It Is 12S "While we were trying to find a (3w-miles. Jumplnx from Ulund to Island way Into queen's pyramid," he said, are II miles of concrete arch viaducts "we discovered on n rock fnco a door und six miles of steel bridges one of which mis so beautiful and exactly which contains 21.1 spun. The conntted that It was dillicult to seu tho struction of the line on the Islands Joints. We Immediately set to work proper was comparatively simple. on this, thinking that we had found Joining the Ulund by mil was the at lust an entrance to the Inner chamfor sale witk e. 8,000-YEAn-OLD 0) 11 List Your Property Scruggs, Welch & Gay ' REAL ESTATE AGENTS Berea, Kentucky bers. After a cotnldernblo amount of work we removed the door and found solid rock I It wus a carefully nrranged blind to balk u'nyono uho wanted to llnd tho entrance Into tho royal tombs, and It had been made ubout 3,000 11. 0. by someone, with u sense of humor." 4u July 29, 1020. THE CITIZEN Pago Five Berea College Hospital Beit Equipment nd Service at lowest Cot. Wards for Men nd (or Women. rrlvnte Room. lUthi. Klectrlc Service. Sun-I'srlo- Read the Jingles Ladles of taslo, who really 'care About tho way thoy dross, All know our hala and ready-to-we- ar Aro' tho latest and tho best You'll find tho now creations Aro hero upon display, And you nil aro more than welcome To try them on today. They Bring You a Joyful Message youevcr thought of this, friends, Though you're prosperous today, It is not what you'ro taking In, But what you put away. So tako caro of tho littlo dimes And savo them as you go, For largo aocounls for a rainy day," From small deposits grow. Start now with Havo Surgery, Care in Child birth, Eye, Nose and Ear GENERAL Come in and i PRACTICE ?llt an eitnbllnhment, which If n friend In need, nnd In reach of nil the people. Rohkrt II. Cowlcy, M.D., rhTrlcInn Harlan Dudley, M.I)., l'hvilcUn Maroarbt S. Grant, M. D l'hyilclin Mil CHANGE IN RATES Mary I.oniiacrk, R.N., Superintendent Mist Nkli.ir Millkr, K.N., I lead Nunc You've heard .it said that monoy talks; Now that is not a Jest, For when you spend a dollar hero, It really shows somo "cento" For hardware, tools and cutlery And tho best stoves that ybu can buy, When trading here, your monoy talks, 1" But it doesn't say "good-by- o lleglnnlng March 1, the rate for loard and room of private patient will he $15 to fiR iter week. The rates for patien cared for In the wards will remain the tame $1 per da. It Order of Prudential Committee, llerea College Jennie B. Fish Co. Tho proper hat for ovory head. Our is complete. lino of ladles' rcady-to-wc- ar The Berea National Bank Join the ranks of thoso who look ahead. Duerson Hardware & Grocery Co. Homo of Keen Kullcr tools, Hanna's Guaranteed Paints, and Puro Food Groceries. Phono 120. The Citizen A family Newip.per for all that it right true, and interesting I'ubllthrd Ever Thurtdar, at Dtr.a, Kjr. BEREA PUBLISHING (tncarper.led) CO. WM. G. FROST, Edltor.ln-Cal- .f J. O. LEHMAN, ManaflnE4ltor " KEEP ROADS IN GOOD REPAIR ll.St Farmer Can Make Much Improvement by Dragging Highway In Front of Hit Property, Every fanner should feel his dependence upon good roads. Whether or not one lives on a public highway he should take an Interest In the nearest one to his farm or the road he must use to market his fann, orchard and garden products. There are many times when a day's work can tie spared on ttie road. After heavy rains the road mny need certain repairs or Improvements when the overseer Is not ready to call out the hnnds. Why not Individual farmers donate u day's work on the road nt such time? By keeping a road drag nnd dragging the roud nlong one's land after heavy nilw the rood mny be greatly SUDSCRIPTION RATES I'AYAIlLF. IN ADVANCE Thru On SI Month Months Y.ar tl 60 of Eiprets Send money by roit-offl- e. Moner Order, Draft, Itetlslered letter, or one and two eent stamps, The data after your nam on label shows ta what data your subscription Is paid. If It la not chanied within three wests after renewal, notify us. Mltslnc numbers will b gladly supplied If w are notified, liberal terms aleen to any who obtain new subsrrlptlons for us. Anyone sending can recelv ua four yearly subscriptions Th Cltlien free for on year. Advertising rates on application. Tho pcoplo know for miles around When they bring their poultry and eggs , to town, That wo pay lop price, and that is why Our patrons say wo satisfy. When trading hero you all can feel You gel a fair and honest deal; And when you bring furs and hides lo town, Twill pay you if you call around. Tho S. E. Welch Department Store Can suit tho purso of rich or poor In dry goods, clothing, hats and shoes, In tho latest styles from which to choose. Tho newest furnishings aro thero And ladles' garments all ready lo wear; And whether your purchase is largo or small, They givo tho same- scrvico to one and all. S. E. Welch Dept. Store Furniture, stoves, rugs, curtains, oto. Puro food groceries and high grade drugs, soda fountain, etc. Thcro's a clothing etoro in Borea For men and boys who "know." A storo for particular dressers, Who want their things "Just eo" 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. , Berea Produce Company Wo also buy all kinds of junk. Day phono CO. Night phone, 130. J. M. Coyle & Co. Everything to wear for men and boys. WHY I TRADE AT HOME rnrelen Ailvettllfn Henreantatlve Tlir.AMI.HIC AN PRESS ASSOCIATION A GUIDE TO VISITORS ' , Thero are n great many tourists passing llirougli Korea for tlio first limq at this season of tin year. Hvory rnurlesy flint ran bo shown to llicm will ho appreciated and Not only will I hey remembered. think well of llio person who showed (ho kindness, hut it will stand to llio credit of tho town. Wo smuggest that Ihero should ho some means of directing tour ists through our town. There nro a great many who go tlown Center street or down Walnut Meadow like, thinking thai they are following tho Oixio Highway to Richmond. This is an annoyance and a lost of time. Why not let our "silent policemen" or n telephono post direct thejo people. A sign painter could easily paint a few word that would direct them where thny want to go. This mailer might ho taken up hy our town council. If you think that wo nro right, will you tell them so? TOBACCO GROWERS WILL MEET At a meeting of the Tobacco Growers held in Carrollton. Sat- Tho Model Press Shop is modern; They'll order your clothes for you, Then clean them when thoy'ro dirty, And steam and 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, Phono 191. at homo and nover roam Seeking bargains elsewhere. I lovo tho town in which I live, For all my interests aro there 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 hero with conscience clear, I put my money down, I know it stays right hero and works For tho wclfaro of my town. Another thing, right hero I bring The produco that I raise And always get an honest deal I'vo found out that it pays. And then I know when buying hero It helps things to relax. And helps the man who pays His portion of tho lax. And when I'm sick or in hard luck Tho man I buy from's hero With the pockctbook, if need bo, And kindly words of cheer; So that is why I trade at homo; I'm a booster through and through, For a town that's good to live in 13 good to buy in, too. I trade There's a furniture storo in Berea, That's known for miles around, Where furniture, rugs and linoleums And curtains and stoves are found; In fact, they havo most everything That's needed in tho home And you'll savo a lot of money, If you heed this little poem. R. H. Chrisman Plows, etc. .Prompt undertaking service. Day phono 26. Night phono 40. Complete lino of tho famous Oliver and Avery Farm Implements. There's a modern garage in.Bcrca, With a corps of experts thore Who aro well equipped to put your car In tho very best of repair; And then besides, they havo supplies And filtered gasolino accessories And their Aro tho finest ever seen. The Abovg, Is a Cut of Seager Wheel-er- 'i Plank Drag. It It of the Type for Good Road Maintenance. The Cut Shows Fully the Method of Construction. Improved. It Is an easy matter to have nn agreement so each farmer will drag the road In front of his farm. This would mulntnln the road till the regular hnnds could be called out nt stilted Intervals or till the could mnke the necessary Printer's ink makes millions think, And that's tho reason why An ad placed in Tho Cillzen Will always satisfy. This paper goes into tho homes, To the ones you want to tell About tho good things that you have, And tho things you want to selL If you'ro thinking soon of building You should heed this little ad. For a higher grado of lumber No firm has ever had. Our building material, sash and lath And shingles stand the test. For when it comes from us, you know, You get tho very best. Boone Tavern Garage Agency Oakland Sensible Six. Phono 18. Wren & Parks Lumber Co. Everything that goes into a building. The Citizen 'The Paper That Goes Homo" urday. July 21, 1920, llio meeting was largely attended, over 500 growers present, soven counties being well represented. At this meeting it was decided to call a mass meeling at Lexington, Ky., for Wednesday. August 4, 1920, of all tho counties in tho nurloy District for tho purpose of fully disousslng tho tobacco situation and tho advisability of curtailing its production and planting a larger acreage of corn, wheal and other foodstuffs. We urgently request thatv nil of the counties In tho district send a delegation to this meeting, as this is not a onn man's proposition and nothing can bo accomplished only of all growcts through of tobacco. If you aro interested in such a movement and for tho betterment of your county, meet us in Lexington, August 4. G. M. DEAN, Chairman repairs. The time hns come when we must consider tho roads nn asset. Indisof the pensable to the fanner and his family. This being true, is It not every man's duty to do all he can to keep the rouds In good condition? The Individual us well as well-bein- the county Is responsible. AND THEIR JEWELS MAHARAJAS (Continued on Pago Two) tentate, laden with Jewell" ifntiT "Re could scarcely sustain their weight, reclining on the Peacock throne before ttie pearl carpet. Such treasure, being In Itself .Indestructible, has descended through tho dynasties of tho Hindu kings, and later of tho Mogul emperors, when laden caravans from Persia were conSo RECORDS PROMISED IN 1920 stantly adding to their wealth. rathat tho Jewels owned today by the jas nnd ruling princes of India, estiMillion! to De Spent In Improving mated not by numbers, hut by measHighways and Transports-Public ' tlon Facilities. The year revolution problems hlghwuys and transportation. All over the country great Interest Is helng manifested In better roads and Improved transportation facilid 1020 promises to, develop a two great In America's ties. The coining of th pneumntte-tlremotortruck tyis given nn Impetus to the movement for a national highway system thAt Is sweeping everything before It. out noticeable opposition, appropriations for millions of dollars to build y and Improve main market and highways. Whnt these activities portend can be visualized In some measuro when It Is suld that of the 2.000,000 miles or roads In this country only 200,000 miles are Improved. Motor transports work at highest efficiency on good roads, althouirh the Inter-count- State after statu has passed, with- In transporting fccrvlco spicuous heavy loods over swamp ground ami tho sandy soli of fruit groves. pneumatic truck tire Is rendering con- ure, are no myth, but Just plain fact The Delhi Loot The Xnwah of llahawalpur owns a portion of what Is kiiowu as tho "Del til loot," which, as n whole, ouco constituted the Mogul emperors' crown Jewels, lllched by them in turn from the Hindus and their undent temples. So It was lining that some should have found their way buck. History records that every gem In the almost fabulous .collection has been figuratively, If not literally, drenched in blood. There are ornaments for tho front of turbans; caps to cover the head fashioned entirely of Jewels, with Just enough gold filigree to hold them in place; ropes of pearls, rubles und emeralds; numberless rings, bracelets und anklets for women. Thero Is a diamond necklace called wonderful tho "Curiam! of Delight." tho largest stone of which measures ono and ono quurter Inches In dlumeter. The "Garland of Delight" has blazed an Imperishable trail through the history of eastern romance, which ts ever nkln to tragedy. It was worn secretly for a brief span by Out Sulfa, (he. "White Rose," a. beautiful dancJnB girl whose story bears relenting". Slie wns the mistress of Dara, who was a brother of Emperor Aurangzeb, the last of the four great Moguls. Dara and Aurangzeb, sons of Shah Jahan, were both ambitious to sit on the Peacock throne. Hut Aurangzeb, nicknamed the "White Snake" because he was born with a curiously white skin, after he had removed all obstacles, including his brother, managed eventually to coll himself on the cushions of the Peacock throne. After Dora's death the emperor seized his brother's possessions, including tho "Garland of Delight" and Gut Saffa. Sho wus said to have In her veins blood of the Hindu Rajputs, the race long noted for the beauty and chastity of its women. So, when Aurangzeb demanded her, sho snld she belonged to Dara and asked on what grounds he claimed her. The emperor replied that her long tresses had bound htm us In n net. That night a messenger brought a package to him, wherein lay coll upon coll of perfumed hair. Again tho emperor sent back word that It was the moon-likbeauty of her face that had enthralled him. Then tho girl took a knife and slashed her face She until It was hideous to wiped the blood from It with a cloth and sent It to tho emperor, ns a sign that nothing was left of the beauty he had desired. Ho never troubled Gul Saffa again, who soon died of grief for her lover. The native state of Haroda is closo to the Rutin of Cutch, and the state of Indore hud easy access to It. In Its quiet twisting waterways lay rich pearl oyster beds, which, In the old days, were infested with pirates. Doubtless ttie ancestors of tho present highnesses of ttiese states got their share of "first pickings," slnco tho Maharaja Gaekwur of Itaroda has the largest collection of pearls in India, although the handsomo young Maha-ruj- a llolknr of Indore runs him a close second. I sat near this resplendent personage once ut a Royal Hindu wedding, close enough to hear a pleasant little tinkling sound when ho moved, for ho wns wearing his "pearl scarf," which ho values at a crore of rupees ($3,300,000). It Is composed of nluo strands of cream luster pearls as largo as .marrowfat peas,, that, hang e look-upo- from a thick pearl tassel over one homo place from Big Creek. Johnshoulder, across his chest to his hips, nie Brewer gets a big pensions-She- ll scarf fashion. Eighteen great pearls, Bales, of near Sturgeon, has each with a carat diamond set Into It, peaches which will not go into a form the clasp of the neckpiece. Think of the vandalism of drilling quart jar without breaking tho peel. them I Maharaja Holkar has InheritLEE COUNTY ed Ids father's peacock turban, anothBeattyville er marvel of pearls, ruble, emerald" and diamonds. Beatlyville, July 20. There are lots of blackberries. All but five of EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS (Continued From the rural schiols of the county are in session now. The attendance is better than before. Tho oil, business is still on tho boom. Tho output of tho county was 150,000 barrels last month. New wells ore coming in every day. Herbert Lucas of Primroso was in town Monday. Tho work on our roads has started and wo expect better roads soon. Margraves, went to Chestnut-bur- g Sunday to visit thoir sister. Mrs. Laura Chcsnut, before sho returned to her homo in Cincinnati. Our Graded S'chool opened tho 10th Inst., with Mr. and Mrs. John Turner as teachers. Major Major, July 21. Everybody Is through tying oats and aro now cut-ligrass. Tho women have been very busy picking berries nnd can- -' ning. Potatoes aro very good this year. Clayton Mainous came homo from Richmond, July 23, whero ho has been attending school since September. J. W. Roberts loft Saturday for Berea whero ho will spend a few days. For tho last wcok there has been a Crowd of young hoys leaving hero for Ohio. Miss Bertha Scalo is (caching nt Cow Crock nt tho graded school. Miss Cassio Sealo 'returned from Berea July 23, whero sho has boon assistant matron of tho Boarding Hall at Berea College. Miss Fannlo Howl ps is homo on a vacation now. Mrs. Laura Halcomb visited her mothor and sister ono nftornoon last week. Sturgeon Sturgeon, July 25. Rain has been plentiful and crops look well. On July 7. Walter Evans wns struck by a car and lived only four hours. Ho was soventeen years old and was buriod at his homo, Bill Wilson died ntBoonp, July 25. Ho was sick only eight days. Fayetto Browor and family and William lit Brewer and fnmily havo moved tolthclr. old lira P0 Eight) SEWING MACHINE Invented nd Pat. by W. C. Free ng machine will be sold for the This well known month of July at special advertising prices, on special terms and a liberal price for your OLD MACHINE. t every vital point The FREE sewing machine has valuable improvements that make it far superior to all other machines: TV. FIIE hwi fultr, U T.FREEIuUlMtr. H. FREE .r. UtilJ. TU FREE ku Uu rilfilie.. TU FREE U tuicr t. ptttU. TU FREE .VmLuI? tilck. Mft uU u tv To our city patrons will say DON'T FAIL to let our special advertising salesman show you our new Free Westinghouse Elecsewing machine on trical Sewing Machine, the most the market. R. H. Chrisman The Furniture Man Phone 26 Page Six TUB CITIZEN .Inly 29, 1020. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special HELP APPEARANCE OF HOMES Good Road HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizney, Director of Home Science You can economlro on curtains, loo. Some of the very prettiest aro Investigator JUNIOR CLUB CAMP Ono of the biggest ovents of tho Iqulpment and rood for Each 1. Stimulate Farmers to Improve Appearance of Farma and Dulldlngi Thereon. MRS. BRIDE FUR- - glances al lho bank book. "It Along Improved poniln tliero Is n vis- WHEN WISE IJrlng wllh you nny musical In- doesn't look ns If wo could ccono NISHES HER HOME ible tendency for runner to Improve ycar for Junior Agricultural Club slrunirnt you enn play, mUo anywhere," she sighs (o her the nppenrAnce of their homes nnd (Continued From Lnst Week) boys nnd girls of Eastern Kentucky 2. a change of plain clothes, their outluilMInc. In fnct, tho pro.- When it conies lo buying bods, self. Hut cheer up; Ihere nro a few will lie the camp at London Fair 3. One towel cake of soap. once of cood roads ceotiis many times Wonomlio on the bedstead if youMdarcs I Perhaps y 011 have down n Ground, London. The following (. Ono pillow slip, sheet nnd cover, to Mlmnlnte Intent t Into , f Hshes. , Of course you want nyW10rc. A . prart cal wprwalon. There li no won- rimlV,P,' ,lln letter will give an idea of tho big- - 5. Toolh brush, comb nnd brush, and some nice ones every woman en- p' ' impnMn- dor Hint n ior or .7 ncss of Ibo enmp. More than 300 0. One empty slrnw lick, springs are all lho essentials and Joys selling nn attractive table and A trnlncd One knife: 1 fork; 1 spoon: 1 tin Me mud hefore one's door should react will bo in nllendnnce. rest they will afford will go a cnrlng for pretty dinner wnrc. But . the unfnvornhly upon the entire family. nurso will bo in camp. Everything plate. 1 drinking cup; oilcloth bag long way toward gelling the bed-A- ll ns long as your lilllo dining room for the betterment of boys and girls or heavy paper bag or (lour sack (to 'alrnd you want a little later. Whllo will seal but four or six people and Share In Good Roadt. etc., in ; 3 pound f keep plnle, knife, will be supplied. Hood romls benefit more people ym nr,, renting, melal beds aro lho yon havo chairs for but half 1 pound thnn nny other public Institution. bosl A lift of things for each club mem- - 'oaves bread for week; lo use. Plain, dignified pat- dozen, why buy dishes lo servo a Snlnt nnd sinner, tiinn i(nd woman nnd camp follows, (sailed meat; I dozen egg. 2 pound her to lake lo the terns will give lho most satisfac- dozen people? child, young nnd old, rich nnd poor-- nil Ask lho clerk In lho chlnn depart mnn Poun, rtico' Any club member in Eastern Ken- hnve n shnre In the benefits of tion because they slny in stylo of cabbage; 12 ripe lomatoes; 1 dozen (urkv is welcome lo attend this longer, (hey do not grow weari- men! to show you his "open slocks" pood romK chicken (two club camp. They should write or sco Potatoes; some lo tho eye, and nre easy lo of dishes. You don't havo to buy n Poor Roads Expenslvt. ,,r,i"p Z 1,vp dispose of if you want lo sell when whole set of these all at onco; thov lheir county agent at onco and mPm,,crf Oood ronds lielp In transporting you buy xmcr'' will soil you ns lilllo ns n butter rai9,in?- pou,nd new bed. have arrangements made for their zen quarts of snap fnrm products. The formers of this A wise the I attending. womnn will see that lha pally at a lime, If Ihal Is what you iO fkVl Ortrt tiMlInn prt nnmmllv In.lnr. dozen ears of corn; beans; Chooso tho pattern you like ' Mlesman was right when ho said wnnl. dozen onions; i pint syrup; 1 pound because of their Inability to market me Dear Club Girls and Boys: pillows wero' linen Willi ream best nnd buy only lho pieces you their produce at certain times of the Have yon ever attended a real, live sugar; 1 quart corn meal; nolo book year. or. .Many nn experienced matron think you must lo start wilh. Ask camp, right out in the open country! and pencil. has found that her "feather pil- which nre the mnsl popular patIf you haven't, now i3 your chance. lows" were filled wilh shoddy. It terns. If you are pleased wllh ono Wo aro planning lo hold a big KEEP THE CLUB WORK QROWINU CINCINNATI MARKETS. is a very simple mnller, nftcr you of those, II Is heller lo buy from enmp, lasting ono week, beginning, have decided lo lake lho pillows, lo thai slock Ihan from ono less In (Tune "Keep the Home Fires Hay and Grain. favor. Lou see, manufacturers disMonday afternoon and ending Sat- Burning) Corn No. 2 white It.oaRl.ftS, No. 9 rip the stitching about half an urday morning, for club girls and knifo continue unpopular pnllcrns ovcry white Fl.Ulffl.ftL No 2 vellow Jl.fllf? inch with your husband's boys in our county. In tho morn- - Thero were club boys on the hillside, MB, No. 2 mixed JUXICHJl, No J hnd lake it poop at lho con few years nnd that would mnko It ing of each day, all will go to Thcrp werc eubi,0y on the plain, mixed HMUl.m. 'thlto ear fl.GCQ lenls. And if anything but dllllcult for you lo keep up your I school. There will bo at least fho Am, (he coumry found them rcady feathers creel vonr eve. lust Invito soL If you aro like most of us and teachers with some of the most in- - Al lho call for mcal and gln. RoS'r,!!!v.i,uJ'TT1."",i!!1; J?--n Hip salesman to lake a peep, too. If hnvo lo consider economy, you will clover bo heller pleased with dishes wllh tcrcsting stories to tell that you Lcl nonc forgol lheir scrvicc, , he was mistaken, ho will mako it . ou will also havo ever heard. rlpm w,m ym' A ,,n WM 8"nlcc an Irregular edgo. They do not pi,, hnva nn innc. Ont.-- .n. 2 white IHlJJPOHe No, 3 bavo n chanco to do somo things Fnr i(imiirli dm war U over ' 'lo1'' the tieking together until show chipping as plainly as do thoso white KiCPO, No. 3 mixed PltfVjc. you havo never done before. Thoy arc sjngjng sliu Ulis song: that Wheat No. 2 red iS42J3, No. 3' 'on can ww il nf,pr the goods have with a plain edge. great many kitchen utensils may red S2.S0CfU.S2. been delivered. You won't ho asked in mu uJiiTnoon jou pvui luarn "Keep the home cow milking, ' to sow tip the bogus feather pil- - be bought lo advantage nl Ihe ten- - CANNING POWDERS SHOULD NOT many new games and end up with Butter, Eoos and Poultry. BE USED IN CANNING And the club corn silking; cent sloro if you exercise Judgment a big camp flro at night. You will Hutter Whole milk creamery ostms lows. Tell lho idle boys and girls M)c, flruts 54c, hecond In your selection. I he best to buy bavo a week of inspiration, recresome communities there is a 3c. fancy dairy In Hups are Some of these for floor Wo workjfor home. ation and learning. There will bo eoterinps for rented houses be- are seconds' have ninerfeclions widespread use of canning powder. There's a club pig growing, Krrs Extra firsts 43c, flrsU 43c, or-- cause they may bo ndaptcd to al- in tho coaling of enamel, for In Moth bono nnd salicylio acid nro one adult leader for each group of t uuinry nrsi ic. " " ten members, so you can assure , most any room with little or no stancebut by choosing those that bought from druggists for Ibis purLive Poultry Ilrollerg, 1 auu lbs. nnd your parents that you will receive' have the defects on lho handles or pose. Largo quantities of thoso oer iDc, iowi. lbs nud over 34c; expense. If the Moors nro not of excellent care. Each club member' ,Tm wo liv, al homo." hard wood. Ihcy may bo painted or outside of lho dish, you can save ncids are also sold at a high price uuuer 10s iwc; roosters '.'c. will bring his own supplies, a list There were club girls in the country, covered with material of n plain considerable money nnd have per under fanciful canning compound Live Stock. irls n 'o town, of which is enclosed with this letter. 'Tllc,r werc cI,u Cattle Steers, sinid to cliolce S13f color around tho edgo of tho rug. feci ware as far as the cooking sue names. If you do not happen to havo Just And our country round them rcady 15, fair to good ?10ffl3, common to Solid greens, browns, reds and blues faces nro concerned, Tho United Stales Department of 1,10 sreat food ships went down, fair SO 10; heifers. rooI to choice show dint and wear the quickest of IWoro you mo Ihem or your Agriculturo warns against the uso what is called for. substitulo some- - As to pood $S12, n ?1.'014, fair thing clso equally as good. If you Lot nono forcl lnc,r service to fair &Q$, ennners ?30ff40, all colors, so in choosing a rug, it china or glass ware, wash them all, of nny preserving powder or canarrive before noon on Monday, As our bnSnt Sins pass along, stock heifers SO.COffS. is wie o select one in which there '"en put them info n boiler or oilier ning compound. Their uso enBring fifty For although the war is over bring your dinner. Calves Good to choice SHUiOfflT, are n number of warm, rich colors large utensil, cover them wllh cold courages careless nnd uncleanly They aro singing still this sing: pood 12 10.30, common nnd that will look well in any room with water and bring to a boil. Leave fair to cents. This is lho onlv fen re-- 1 work nnd lheir oxcessivo uso may large $011. quired and it is necessary to cm- - Keep lho garden growing, Hie water until it is cool enough bo attended wilh serious effects un- almost any color scheme. A good Sheeii Good to choice $&TjOD, fnlr rug ploy tho cooks and for other inci will cost almost Iwlce as much 10 near your Hand in, then wipe, on digestion and health. It Is Keep tho canncra glowing. to good iiQSM, common J2f3, lamb. dental expenses. and put them away. This tlrely praclicahlo to "put up" fruils Plant the trees, and hive the bees Rood to choice $1(150017, fair to rood as a poor one, but il will wear fully Yours very truly, J131U.50. three limes a long and will look treatment will make your dishes land vegetables so that thov will Beforo Ihcy roam. RobL F. Spence, heavy Hors Selected shlnnera well as long as it holds together, so, hit a great deal longer because Ihey ( keep indefinitely by processing lho Can the beans and berries, 10.23G1lu.5O. butchers $QM, medium 11 19 economy Club Agent. i Dry the corn and cherries; "oi crane readily wnen sub-- 1 products wllh heat- - Tliero Is no in me end. $10.50, common to choice heavy fat 1. Time, August Little Mrs. llrido looks over lho Jecled to hot waler in tho process reason for taking lho risk of using Boost the club work day and night 6ov8 S012.50, light uhlpiiers ?1U, plga Place, Fair Ground. London. I canning iisl of articles she will need and of washing nnd rinsing. Till wo live at home. powders. iuv ws anu less) tut'ifus. Mf-repecwcn-mc- Club Member Attending County Camp ...,. . Pnd I 1 J j:s.n. made of Inexpensive material. Willi lops and bottoms made lho same, what was lho top may bo bung nl lho bottom after each washing. Tills method makes Ihrm wear Iwlcn ns long ns thoso that gel (be wear and dust nnd sunshine only at ono end. In somo rooms, loo, yon can uso sash curtains for n while. Hung bclween the window casings wllh lho upper end covered wilh Ihe shade most of lha lime, one would hnvo lo slop nnd think Iwlce before bo noticed Hint Ihey dfd not cover lho enllro window. And few people nro going lo do that I Wise Mrs. Bride economizes on the things Hint will last Ihe short est lime and may be replaced most easily, ns n general llilng. Sho does not Iry lo mnko a small amount of money cover everything. Sho Is willing lo work and savn and wall and add lo hor small beginning bit by bit. Ami sho lias her reward. Half lho fun of early married llfo consists or planning what we will buy next lo mako lho now homo more rozy and convenient. And tho longer wo have lo wail for Ihlngs, the more oflen Ihoso plans nro changed. Ihe more real satisfaction xvo got out of lho things wo do purchase. Indeed, It Is lots more fun Ihan having everything nil nt onco. Ihen feeling ns If we musl mako slaves of ourselves in order to pay for them. V.V"4 it ctmi-mo- cn-Ih- em 16-3- Bradshaw's We take pleasure in announcing that we have placed at the head of our herd Brad-Maw- r Angus We have cattle for sale at all Home of AMES PLANTATION ITO No. 202392 and BLACKCAP ROYALTY No. 253797 TWO OF THE WORLD'S GREATEST BULLS times. Cows with Calves at Foot. Ames Plantation Ito n the his show career. Grand-champio- Bred Heifers. Open Heifers. for the Farm use or for the Range. At our third annual sale on June 1 6, 40 head averaged $702.00. Top cow at $2,825.00. Top bull calf five months old $925.00. 20 cows with calves at side averaged Bred-her- d, Bull through Bulls for the Pure Blackcap Royalty has proven himself a great herd header. With two such bulls as .these at the head of our herd of cows which are great individuals of sterling merits, teeming in the blood of the most Powerful animals the breed has ever produced. If you are in the market for s cattle it will be to your interest to see our herd. Aberdeen-Angu- $1050.00. Ames Plantation Ito, valued at $40,000.00, will be exhibited along with others of this herd at Berea Fair, Aigust 4-5- -6 Be sure to see them. Prices Are Right Senior Yearling Heifer Calf From Inspection Invited Bradihw' Hard IF YOU ARE IN THE MARKET FOR THE BEST IN THE CATTLE LINE WE WILL TALK TO YOU A. D. and Walker Bradshaw Danville, Ky. July W, 1020. THE CITIZEN Pago Seven mrtovzB tmtroiM irteikational SlINMSOIOOL OlY DADDYJ EVENING Three Fatal Mistakes By ItEV. H. II. SUTCUKFE Kilnlon DrMrtmrnt, Moody lllblt Inatltute, Chicago. tCnpitlihi. mo ! II Moody Tnchr of EnIUh lliMr In tlx l. I.. llllilr Inilllulo of ChlriKo) HKV Lesson w.tm FAMMxR DOWER.. FROGS' TENNI8 MORNINGS. "Ooog-n-room- Nmiinptt Union) LESSON FOR AUGUST 8 TKXT.-I- Io THE KINGLY KINDNESS DAVID. OF slinll not be moved. . hnth snld . . In . . I's. 10:0, 11, II. . Ood hnth Thou wilt not require his heart I , goog-n-roo- " It I.KSSON TF.XT-- II Hum. MS; HOI.DKN TKXT-hn- vl.i eitcutrd Jucl. mrnt iinil Juitlre unto all hli popl. II Ham I II ; ADDITIONAL MATIintAL Deut. 1.14. :!. to 1'IIIMAIIV !. , I 7S TOIMC-Davld Crlirtf Jl'NIOtl Jonnlhnn'i VOPNC1 Kind a to TUPIC-IM- vl.r Klmlntii This psalm tells us something of the Inner heart thoughts which control the minds of the unsaved. They may not bo publicly expressed, but they reveal the state of 1 " Ron. -- lnvll Htiuwlng llltniiir Klnsly. INTKHMKDI ATK AND BKMOU TOIMC Element I'KOIM.K AND ADULT TOPIC of Btrenmh In David's Char- the heart. There nre three of these h I dd en revealed, disclosing three fntnl innde hy the unsaved In their rejection of tin Gos-pe- hear acter I. David's Righteous and Impartial Reign (8:1.1). , When he wns established ns king exported Judgment over nil Isrnpl. ho and Justice utilo nil Ids people. In this renpect lie stnnds n n typo of the Lord Jpsiis Christ; for whpn Dnv-Id- 's grenter son. the Lord Jesus, shall reign over nil Israel, righteousness find Justice wilt prcvnll In nil the mistakes l. enrth. II. Davld'a Inquiry for Some of 8aul'a House to Whom He Might Show KlndntM (0: This story of faithful love to n dead friend In quite refreshing. Dnvld &ent grief when ho received the news Hint Jonnthnn hnd fiillen In Now when he la mnde Wins linttle. nnd success hns crowned tils efforts In the suhjugntlon of his enemies, he iets hlmelf to make Inquiry ns to whether there la nny one left of Snul's s fninlly to whom he intent show When snkc. for Jonnthnn' Mephlhosheth, Jonnthnn' son, wns found. David ordered htm to he brought to htm nnd restored to htm his grandfather's estnte. Heine to cuttlvnte It on nccount of Ind firmity, he nrrnnced thnt It he for htm. Not content with this, he ordered thnt Meptillioheth should ont nt his own tnhle na one of his sons. Tills exnmple of David's nobll-Ittenches us thnt those who nre Messed nnd prosered should stop to Inquire na to whether there nro not fuiiue deening ones whom they enn help. It umy he thnt children of some old friends who rendered us help In former dnys need enru nnd help. Then, too, soinr fnlthful servnnt of God could he cheered nlong life's wny. This should not he simply done ns nn net of chnrlty, hut In recognition of some Instlng obligation In view of help rendered hy their fathers In bygone dnys. This wns the enso with Jonnthnn. He hnd sacrificed much nnd endnncered his life for David's snke. Hie chief vnlue of this lesson will lie realized hy making It n llvlnc atory Illustrating the plnn of snlvatlon. David's mnkltiK Inipilry for some one iilMin whom he enn bestow kindness lllustnitea Cod Inking the Initiative In providing snlvntlon for lost nnd needy Miuls. This Is clenrly suggested In s David's expression, "show the of find." Mephlhosheth did not neck David's help or sympathy. Quito likely he hnd n fear nnd drend for ti tin like the sinner hns In many cases for the Iird. Salvation originated lie did not make this with the provision hecnuse of man's merit, hut out of n heart of grace, for the sake of nnother. even Christ. III. Mephlbosheth la Found (w. 4. kind-m-sc cultl-vntpy kind-lien- In verse 0 we read, "He hath said In his heart. I shall not he moved; for I shnll never bo In adversity." He sees adversity nil around and he sees his friends come to distress, hut he says In his heart. It shall never come to me. He forgets or denies what tho Word of (3ml so frequently reminds us of, that "all flesh Is ns grass." He sees his friends go to the grave, but for him that shall never be. In the midst of n scene wherein change and decay hold sway he says. In the of his heart, "I shall not he moved." llllnd to nil the Instruction of history, to nil the tench-lu- g of what he sees around him, nnd to nil Hint the Word of Ood would tell him, he says, "I shall not be moved nor como Into adversity." Shutting his eyes to what Is seen, closing his ears to what Is heard, persunded In his fatuous conceit and presumption thnt he shall never come Into adversity, he goes Into the future with no preparation for what may lie In his path Akin to the nrrogance of Satan Is the vanity which leads n man to make such u fatal mistake. Can Sin With Impunity. In verse 11 we read: "He hath said In his heart, Ood hath forgotten. . . . He will never see It." He will not believe, even though Ood tells him thnt there enn be no hiding of sin. However deep the grave where tho sin lies burled, however secret mny be the retreat where the sin Is concealed, however thick the veil hung before the secluded place where the Mil has been hid, the sinner Is to know what Ood declares, "He sure your sin will find you out" (Num. :r.':'j;i). The sinner may say In his heart, "Ood hath forgotten," hut (iod replies, "I know your manifold transgressions nnd your sins" (Amos r:'2), "Talk no more io exceeding proudly: let not nrrognncy come out of your mouth; for the Lord (I Sam 2:U). Is n Ood of knowledge." Hut the sinner persists In the fatal mistake of saying In his heart. "God hath forgotten; he will never see It." Hcciium' the slu lies hidden In the deep recesses of his heart the sinner feels secure and Imagines, with the Impudence that belongs to Satan, that he can sin with Impunity; forgetting or denying thnt the heart of man Is more plainly read by Ood than the clearest writing Is distinguishable to the eyes Of 1111111. 5). strikingly Illustrates the sinner's condition. The sinner Is utterly unable to wnlk uprightly before the Lord. Mephlbosheth wns In the house of Mnchlr, which means "fold." Tills Is Tills inme mnn wns found In the This house of Mnchlr In I.odehur. exactly the sinner's condition sold unto sin nnd Snlan. Lodebnr means "no pasture." This. too. suggests the sinner's condition of soul which nothing can sntlsfy but Ood. The sinner maimed and enslaved by sin has nn "aching void" which only Ood and his grace can sntlsfy. IV. Mephlboiheth'a Seme of When he win brought Into the pres. enco of the king ho reverently fell upon his face. Kvery sinner In the presence of Ood feels unworthy of his saving grace. to Mephlbosheth V. David Restore the Forfeited Estate of His Father (vv. lie not only restored this estnte, hut provided a means of tillage. Ood not only receive us Into Ills family ns children and restores to us the estnte forfeited by Adam, hut provides for Its culture and development. at the King's VI. Mephlbosheth Table (vv. This net of kindness on the part of David was done out of tho sincerity of his heart. This illustrates Clod's kindness to us In Christ. ). (vv. Find Good In Evil. Troln yourself to tlnd tho good In wbnt seems evil, to make of disaster un opportunity for your courtige, to ninstex sulTertig by patience, to learn from sorrow sympathy. O. S. Mer-rluto- ., There la No Judgment. In verse 111 we read, "He hnth said In his heart, Thou wilt not require It." He will not allow himself to believe that "It Is nppoluted unto man once to die, and after this the Judgment" (lleb. l:'J7). Ho goes through life thinking ho will never como Into ndver-slty- , Imagining that he can sin with Impunity, and crowning his disrespect' of God hy declaring, "Thou wilt not require It." He ees man taking nnd givHo sees ing Judgment every day. dally desperate attempts to avoid the Nemesis of the law of mnn proving Kxnmplo nfter example of abortive. tho certainty of retribution fvr breaking the law of mnn Is before him. In hplto of nil, the persistent delusion of his lieurt Is that retribution for breaking the law of Ood may he uvoldei). Ood declares ho "will In no wise clear the guilty," and testifies to nil that men are to he Judged, llrst, for their words "livery Idle word thut men shall hpeak, they hhall give nccount thereof In the day of Judgment" (Mutt. l'Jt.'W) ; second, for their thoughts and hidden motives "Ood shall Judge the secrets of men" (Horn. 11:10); third, for their deeds "And tho dead were Judged . . . according to their works" (Hev. 'JO:!!!). Hut the sinner rises to the climax of wickedness when, In the light of these plain declarations of Ood, he buys, "There Is no coming Judgment." Oh I that sinners might turn from these fatal mistakes; that they might turn to the Lord with confession, believing It true that "If we confess our bins he Is faithful nnd Just to forgive;" mid, accepting the Lord Jesus Christ ns n personal Savior, como to tho of tho assurance that "there Is therefore now no condemnation to them that tiro In Christ Jesus." bless-edness The Lie. Rooted In Christ There Is no vice that doth so cover Aa ye have therefore received Christ a man with Minnie, ns to be discovered Jesus the Lord, so walk yo Inhlmj In u lie; for, ns Montulgno salth: "A roofd and built up In him, aniTtstnb liar would he brave toward God, while llshed In the. faith as ye have been he Is a coward towurd men; for u He taught, abounding therein with thank faces Gud, uud Mirinks from man." giving. Colossluns 2:0 and 7. llacon. suld Grandfather Frog. "In the good old days we used to hnve tennis mornings." "What are they!" asked one of the younger frogs. "We uumI to hnve special mornings when nil the frogs would come to nn entertainment on our stump and we would hnve tennis games In the tnnrshy courts nenrhy. Mnny frogs would come dressed In their best with never an Idea of playing tennis but only of being sociable. 'Then other frogs would give tennis mornings so that we were very gny Of and had n great deal of fun. course, ns I say, thife were nlwnys some young frogs who wanted to play tennis nnd who wnnted to look nfter 1 Greek troops in vicinity of Smyrna advancing ngnlnst Turks. 2 Members of 1021 class of West Point that part of the morning." getting practical training nt Camp Dlx. 3. John F. Moaklcy, veteran coach of Cornell, appointed mentor of the playing of the tennis "Wasn't America's Olympic track nnd field tenuis, nnd his twin granddaughter the most Important part of the tennis mornings!" asked another young frog. government Is grently vexed with tho rifice shall only be asked for America "Yes, nnd no," said Grnndfnther nnd Its call of honor." Poles. Premier Lloyd George on WedFrog. "We approve collective bargaining." nesday gnve voice to this feeling In you menn by yea and no?" "Whnt do "Gross expansion of currency and n statement to the house of commons. naked nnother young frog. He said, "If ever a nation In history credits hns depreclnted the dollar. We "Well," said Grnndfnther Frog. "I hns gone wnr mad. that nation Is Po- will attempt Intelligent and couraI mean thnt the mpiin, land" and characterized Its course as geous deflntlon." young frogs took n great part In the "When competition natural, fair Imgames, and we hnd cups nt the Entente Allies Discover They reckless and foolish. This, however, pelling tennis competition Is suppressed, he asserted, does not Justify the crushexciteend of tho season nnd great ing of the new nation, adding: "The whether by law, compact or conspirMust Defend Poland Against ment over them. whole fnbrlc of European peace de- acy wo halt the march of progress, "Hut there were mnny, mnny other Russian Bolsheviki. Poland. silence the voice of aspiration and pends on an Independent frogs who didn't enre so much about There Is no tlmo fqr the machinery of paralyze the will for achievement." who liked to come nnd the tennis but 'The human element comes first, the League of Nations to Interfere. wntch the tennis nnd they liked to If the bolsheviks overrun Poland and and I want the employers In Industry PRUSSIA THREATENED you EAST wenr their best clothes na I told reach the German frontier, they de- to understand the aspirations, tho nnd they liked to tnlk nnd they liked prive the allies of the entire fruits convictions, the yenrnlngs of millions our refreshments tremendously. of American wage earners." King Felsal of Syria Yields to French of victory." If the Itusslnn bolsheviki "You see wo nlwnya hnd refresh"Wnr establishes Its higher standdecline to come to terms, the allies Drys Nonnate Watklna Hard-In- g They were a most Importnnt ments. will give materlnl aid not only to the ards for wages and they abide. I wish la Notified and Cox Declares morning. In fnct n part of n tennis Poles, hut nlso to Gen. Huron Wrnngel the higher wnge to abide, on one exfor Wilson's League Pogreat mnny other things were Imporr nnd others who are fighting the soviet plicit condition that the licyRail Workers Of. tnnt, ns you see, besides tennis. Well, will give full return for the wage regovernment. I wns going to nsk you young frogs If fered Wage Inceived." you wouldn't like to get up some tencrease. For the present France's trouble In Governor Cox nnd Franklin D. Get the young nnd nis mornings? Syria seems to be over. According to begnn the week with a fnshlonnble Indy frogs to stnrt It." By EDWARD W. PICKARD. a report from Beirut, King Felsal of Iloosevelt "We'll do thnt, grandfather, International nttentlon wns center- Syria has accepted all the terms of lengthy conference with President Wilson In the White House. After the we'll do thnt." ed during the week on the Uusso-PoGeneral Gouraud's ultimatum and It meeting It wns formally announced So the little frogs tnlked nbont ten- llsh situation, In which the diplomats Is believed the French can now occunis mornings to their friends nnd the found plenty to disturb their py' the territory assigned them with- that the president nnd the Democratyoung nnd fnhlonnble lndy frogs In the first place, the Moscow out further attacks. Felsal had been ic nominees are In full accord on the thought It wns n fine Idea for they too government, replying to the British Informed thnt Grent Britain would not League of Nations Issue. Governor hnd henrd of the old tennis mornings note asking If It would arrange nn support him, taking the position thnt Cox said: "We are agreed as to tho meaning In Grnndfnther Frog's younger days armistice with Poland, rejected In his Independence Is not Inconsistent nnd they wnnted to have tennis mornthe British proposals. The with n French mandate over Syrin. and sufficiency of the Democratic platings like them. Iteds declined to go to London for nny At the time he yielded the French form nnd the duty of the party In the the So, In n very short time, the young" pence conference, holding thnt Great troops were ready to move on Damas- fnce of the threatened bad faith to His world In the name of America. and fashionable lndy frogs decided Jlrltatn Is not Impartial, and. In lan- cus, his capital. on different days of tho week for the guage so sarcastic that It hurt the feelOperations in Anatolia ceased for n thought Is still of the war and the pledges we gavo to those who sacridifferent frogs' tennis mornings, nnd ings of the English statesmen, made time, Kemnl Pasha nnd his nationalpromised, I shall, If ficed. they sent out their Invltntlons. They It clear that they could denl with ists being held In check, but In Thrace elected, Whnt he with all my strength endeavor were to hnve tennis mornings three direct Their next move wns to there were signs of the outbreak of n times n week during June, July, Au- send a wireless message to Wnrsnw new Balkan wnr. Tho Greeks, to to give." The president announced that he gust nnd September, nnd nil tho tennis expressing regret that Poland hnd whom western Thrace was awarded, seen fit to denl through the nlllcs and had not advanced far Inland, but ac- had found, what he nlready knew, that suggesting that conversations on cording to reports Bulgaria, which Governor Cox and he were "absolutely peace he conducted between the two claimed the territory, was getting Into at one with respect to the great Issue governments without consulting or action against them, nnd hnd cnlled of the League of Nations nnd that considering outsiders. So fur ns Is the clnss of 1021 to the colors. The ho Is ready t be tho champion In evnaknown nt this writing, the Poles havo Bulgarian Irregulars were helping ery respect of the honor of tho not replied definitely to this invitation, Jnfar Tayar, who, with headquarters tion and the securo peace of the world." but a London report said they hnd at Adrlanople, Is trying to hold westOn Tuesday tho Democratic nationbeen told to apply for nn armistice ern Thrace for Turkey. al committee met In .Columbus, O., to In order to test the sincerity of Moscampaign. Mr. Cox's cow. It was n lively week In Ireland. prepare for the choice for chairman was Edmund H. Meanwhile, the soviet forces opened Several British olllccrs were assassinmanager, a general nttnek nil along tho lino ated, nt least one town was looted and Moore, his from the Itoumnnlan boAler to tho partly burned, and there was desperate but Mr. Moore absolutely declined. The Prlpet mnrsbes, nnd though nt first lighting In Belfast In which n number governor then asked the election of former Congressman George White of the Poles repulsed them In most of persons were killed. The opposplaces, at one inilnt they broke across ing forces In that city were Sinn Fein Marietta, nnd the committee, most of the border and were fighting on Po- and Orangemen employees In tho ship- whoso members were said to favor tho retention of Homer S. Cummlngs lish soil. North of tho Prlpet the yards. In the place, yielded and named Mr. Iteds moved rapidly nnd took GrodDelicious Things to Eat White. To comply with the rules laid no. Their evident objective wns WarBloody battles In the vicinity of Peplayers would be fine plnyers nnd most saw, and the civilians of that city were king marked the progress of the civil down by the San Francisco convention, Interesting to wntch hy tho end of the prepnrlng to tnke flight somo nlrendy war In China early. In the week, nnd Mr. Moore resigned from the commitseason. For nil the matches would hnvlug left American relief organ- then came tho news that the rebels tee nnd Mr. White wns elected In his Improve their games and mako Uiein izations were ready to quit tho city, had been defeated and had given up place. Governor Cox Is to be notified very tine Indeed. nnd tho lted Cross was shifting part the struggle against the government on August 7 and Roosevelt two days later. Grandfather Frog was delighted of Its headquarters to Cracow. when ho hegnn to receive tho different The Prohibition party met In nationWhether or not to accept a wage InIn their advance through Lithuanian al convention In Lincoln, Neb., and Invltntlons. They hnd been written on lenves and tho words were written In territory tho bolshevik! seem to be rather surprised Itself by nominating crease of $000,000,000 yearly, Including about $140,000,000 back pay, was mud. Every frog would understand threatening an Invnslon of East PrusWilliam J. Bryan for president at the that kind of writing so much better sia, and tho German government Is first session. Tho nomination wns the proposition put up to the rail workthnn writing on paper with words preparing to defend that region des- made by acclamation and came after ers of the country Inst week hy the perately. Fifty thousand of the best n stampetlo of tho delegntes started by United States railway labor hoard. Tho written In Ink or pencil. long nwnlted award was announced Tho first tennis morning was given relchswchr troops hnve been mobilized tho uduptlon of a resolution "tenderat Mrs, Frank Frog's home. Her nnd Herlln feels confident they can ing" the honor to the Nebraskan. On In Chicago to tho representatives of stump nnd mud patch was beautifully prevent nn Invnslon If they can be Thursday Bryan absolutely declined, eighteen brotherhoods and unions, and decorated with sticks nnd lenves nnd maintained near the border. Tho dan- so the convention named Itev. Aaron It really did not please them at all, she greeted her guests wearing her ger, however, Is that as tho soviet S. Wutklns of Oermautown, O., nnd ns they demanded approximately twice as much. Somo of tho members of army draws near the bolshevik ele- gnve the second pluce to D. Leigh best green morning frock. n the grand council were not empowered "I am so glad to Feo you nil," she ments In other parts of Germany mny of New York. to accept tho award finally, so a refsaid. 'Tray sit on tho benches nnd break out and cause a scattering of erendum vote of tho two million rail mud rugs I hnvo rendy nnd soon young those defense troops and lenvo 'open Formal opening of Ilepubllcnn workers becomes necessary. Tho chiefs Franklo Frog will stnrt tho tennis to tho Itusslans the way Into Enst presidential campaign the came with the of one union, the Order of Hallway plnyers. Wo'ro going to give this Prussia. No doubt Germany will take Senator Harding that Telegraphers, rejected the nward, and beautiful leafy cup to tho winner nt ndwintngo of the conditions to ask notification ofporty's standard bearer they called for n referendum vote on leave to mobilize more of her regular ho was' tho tho end of tho season." acand the delivery of hWs speech strike. Every one wns delighted with Uio troops, nnd also It Is likely tho threat ceptance. This took pluce In his of home Of course tho railway executives at morning. Mrs. Frank Frog, al- of Invasion will bring to light vast town, Marlon, tennis where most of tho big once begnn looking for means to pay ways a very good housekeeper, hnd stores of concealed arms, Including party many thousands of the advanced wages, nnd they nlready leaders and most delicious things to ent Her hug artillery. Early In tho week Ignnco Pndercw-sk- i others hud assembled Hero are some hnvo worked out n schedulo of Insnndwiches were pronounced to be the was mndo Polish plenipotentiary of tho salient points In the senator's creased rates, both freight and passbest In mnny a day nnd tho brook waspeech : enger, for presentation to the Interter In tho little- acorn cups was most to Paris and his return to power wns "I bellevo taken ns evidence that tho Poles were distinguished In purty government as state commerce commission. Tho passtempting. from porsonul governenger Increase nsked Is from one half Altogether whether frogs played ten-n- l willing to make peace with the Itus- ment, Individual, dictatorial, autocratto one per cent per mile. Thnt for slans direct Tho musician-statesmaon tho marshy courts where there ic or whnt not." freight will undoubtedly be heavy. were nets mndo of sticks, or whether was exacted to placate Lloyd George "Our vision Includes more than a Pllsudsky, Polish they Just tnlked, they nil had a thor- and Mllleraud. In the denth nfwilllnm K. Vender-hi- lt chief executive. We believe In a caboughly good time. And Grandfather chief of staff, had refused to withIn Paris one of America's leading inet of highest capacity, equal to tho Frog went around speaking to every draw his uriiHcs to the lines specified responsibilities which our system con- financiers and sportsmen passed. He green top hat by Lloyd George, Insisting that nation- templates, In whoso councils tho vice Inherited one, carrying his best n largo share of the and stick with tho mud top with his al safety required tho holding of tho president, second otllclal of the repubvast estate of his father, and Is lino of Ilaranowltz-Plnsk-DubnInitials worked In It, and saying: believed to hnvo left a fortuno of belic, shall bu asked to participate," As u result of the Spa conference "This Is llko the good old ffnys, "I promise you formal and effective tween $.V).000.000 and $100,000,000. nnd France nro pledged this Is like the good old days I" Great Hrltalii Despite his wealth he worked his way pouco so quickly as u Itepubllcuu conto support Poland against Itusslnu aggress can puss Its declaration for a up from tho bottom In tho railroad gression, and they Intend to give this Worn Out business. support In tho form of arms and mu- Republican executive to slgu." "MnmmaT" Another death of tho week, Inter"No world nitions; men nlso will be supplied If council surrender of rights to a no "What Is it, honeyr esting but not Important, was that of or Its military alliance, this Is considered necessary by HrltUh "When n Bhoo Is all run down does mandatory however appealing, Joachim, youngest sou of the former nnd French missions thut have Just Uio shoemaker have to look at It kaiser. Distressed hy financial diffto Wursaw, Hut tho British ever shall summon the sons of this iculties, he been scut tongue!" committed suicide In Berllu. republic to war, Their supreme sac NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS goog-ii-roo- wage-eurne- goog-a-roo- -' equn-ulmlt- mil)-stan- Po-lan- 'd Col-vl- - goog-o-roo- Pago Eight THE CITIZEN lown, 0 Sunday whoro ho expects Mrs. John lo work for n whllo. Kelly died Inst Monday after n two years illness. Slio leaves a husband and six childron, a mother and two brothers besides n host of friends. Her remains were laid lo rest In tho graveyard nt Hie Christian Church of Dreyfus. Panola Panoln. July 27. Tho Rev. J. T. Turpin nnd Rev. Edwards baptized sixteen converts Sunday nnd tbcro wero several that came back lo tho church. Charllo Cox, who sold out and went lo Hamilton. 0, n few weeks ago, hns relumed nnd Is now n. with his father. L. E. Cox.- -J. Wilson has relurned from tho bed- sido of his brother, William, nt Ann-vill- e, who, we lenrn, Is dnngorously illl Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmos Bengo nnd little Ellen nnd Mnsler Robert Ray, tif Forest Hill spent tho week-en- d with relatives. S. S. Kelly or Lex ington was up Wednesdny looking after his Drowning Creek fruit farm. Ho is shipping out quilo a lot of very fine peaches, plums nnd berries. Wllgus Hunter, who took from tho Kentucky Children's Homo Society of Loulsvlllo two years slnre. n Utile boy, Andrew Brown, July 29, 1020. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Ni corre tpnnilnee puhtl.herf li not fur publication, t"it vnt"M ilirned In full by Ik writer. The nme n trident of ronj filth. Writ pUlnlr. nged four years, has becomo so al-lar- Annual FIDDLERS' Meeting AT BEREA, KY. The Progress Club will hold a meeting ot "Old Time Fiddlers," at the College Tabernacle, on Saturday evening, August J I, 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 ol Ten Dollars will be given to the fiddler who plays the best tune with accompaniment. The number of contestants for this prize is limited to six. The Club will pay the railway (arc (not to exceed ten dollars) of all fiddlers who play at the meeting, but not the fare of their accompanists. The awarding of the prizes will be left to a vote ol the fiddlers who take part In the program. It you wish to take part in the contest write (or particulars to ALSON BAKER, Herea, Kentucky. and ramlly, Mr. nnd Mrs. Kolly nnd Willio Lain and family wcro tho guests of Jim Denny last Sundays-R- oy Hudson and ramlly wilt return to Middlolown, 0, Sunday after a visit with homo folks. His brother Arly will also accompany them homo- - Lucy Kidwcll gavo tho young folks a party Fri-onight. I. W. Lain went lo Irvino last Monday on business. Bark Road Bark Road, July 20. Ivy Denny Jim Baker will loavo for Middle-- 1 two-weeks ay to the bright lilllo follow Hint to please him. ho has taken from tho samo homo his two sisters. Vina and Sinn, nged 12 nnd to years, respectively. This retinites Iho llirco children ngnln. Mr. Hunter Is to bo commended. OWSLEY C6UNTY a line boy. Hansford Tankersley was in this vicinity Kunday. John F. Dooley is doing some work on the telephone line which runs from Thrcelinks Hampton, of lo Ml. Vernon Bill Hamilton, 0., Is visiling relatives hero is here. The Sunday-scho- ol progressing nicely with J. L. Jonca as superintendent. J. F. Hampton has gone inlo the General merchan dise business. W. C. Jackson, of Terra Houle, Ind., writes ho will be back in the hills in a short lime Addle Ethel and Robert Anglln, of Dispulanla, were visiting relatives hero Sunday. Sampson Johnson has gone lo Ohio looking for employment. Bill Johnson, nn of Hord Herd, July 23. The school hero G. T. Johnson, of Ml. Vernon mo tored over to this place Sunday. began last Moriday, with flfly-flv- o pupils. Rill Hamilton, Sr., of Tyncr, MADISON COUNTY was visiling li is niece, Mrs. Mary Silver Creek Farmer, Monday of last week. Miss Silver Creek, July 20. Or. nnd Belle Flannery, of Orccn Hall, was visiting Mrs. E. B. Flannery ono day Mrs. D. O. Bowman of Cleveland, e, O., aro visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. last week. Miss Clara Davis, of returned home last Wednes- Bowman. Miss Ella Click of Tenday after a visit with nessee has been spending a few days friends and relatives Mrs Clara wilh Mr. and Mrs. Charles Click. Akcmon who has been sick Is ablo 'ames Brateher and Brown Bundon lo be out again. Misa Lula Yorki spent Sunday with Isaac Harvey, of T li . ! I . . musses T in rrivt'ii visiicu irl 1'can ami Rockcastle. Mrs. Mnry Bundon, of Maggie Wyrick last Saturday night Ind., is the guest of her grann-molhand Sunday. Darnell Wyrick has Mrs. Sallie Burnell Ibis gone to Turkeyfoot lo seek week. Revival meeting begins hero ment. August 21. Mrs. Dewey Seoll Mc-Kctwo-weeks 1 er, pol llicir oats up. The corn crops nro looking fine; oats fairly good; gardens good. There was but lilllo wheat raised in this vicinity. At most everyone seems to bo trying to get his share of blackberries; some canning; some selling; others hauling to market-T- lio lilllo deaf girl of Mr. and Mrs. Ike ft'mlth nnd her sister visited Vertio nnd Radio Johnson Saturday night and Sunday. School hegins here July 20 with Miss Boggs as teacher. Roy Click and Willie Thomas ntlcndcd church at Sand Gap Sunday. Vertio nnd Radio Johnson nnd Salllo Powell spent Saturday night and Sunday of last week with Mrs. J. R. Click. lay. Hardin Moore, of Climax, who JACKSON COUNTY Kerby Knob has been In Middlelown, 0., for (ho Kerby Knob, July 20. Almost nil pat few months has returned home ,for n short slay. Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Green Durham nnd two children wcro omitted from list of guests. Only two sisters of Wm. Taylor Powell woro nbsent. His homo Is on tho Boblown Piko instead of Walnut Meadow. Miss Addlo Williams is teaching tho Bluo Lick school and is boarding with Mrs. Richard Johnson. Island City Island City, July 20. Frank who lives at tho Robert plcae, reports a fine garden this year. Miss Delia Bowman, who has been with her parcnls for over a monlh, will relurn lo Cincinnati, 0, wllh (ho two lilllo bovs shn hns in charge. Miss Jessie Bowman will probably go with her sister nnd spend a few weeks. R. J. nowman will leave for Alabama lo engago wilh George W. Hall in somo martial business. G. J. Gentry. Chlof- of Chester, Pa., is contem plating on paying Owsley county a visit soon: he reads The Citizen S. A. Monro of Blako requests tho representlillve at Islnnd City to send In his stilncripllon to Tho Citizen. Silas is liko many others, a lover of Tho Citizen. Misses Dolla and Jessie Bowman, accompanied by (Continued on Pago Flvo) ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Goochland Goochland, July 26. There was a large crowd at church at Sycamore. Mr. Isaacs, tbo pastor, preached. John Barleycorn is still running full blast. This lawlessness ought lo ba slopped. There is a lalk of erecting a graded school at Goochland. It would be nn uplift to the community and should be encouraged. Disputanta Disnulanta Julv 20. Crons are looking good. Farmers aro about done laying by their corn. Born to Mr. and .Mrs. John McGuiro a flno girl named Anna, Rev. II. L. Pon der, our former pastor at Clear Creek, preached there Sunday and Sunday night. Mr and Mrs. Lavton Kirby, of Wnllaceton wcro visiting tneir (taugnter, Mrs. W. 0. Thomas Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Abney aro tho proud parents of a girl, named Nancy Evelyn. Miss Verdie nnd Eva Shearer entertained quilo a number of friends Sunday afternoon. Ico Blue Lick cream and cako were served. W. Bluo Lick, July 25 Tho people W. Anglin. of Mt. Vernon, was in of this section are oscillating, beDisputanta Saturday afternoon tween tobacco topping and berry 11. J. Abney, or Berea, visited his picking. Tho blackberry crop ou brother, R. T. Abney, Sunday 1920 will long bo tcmemberea' hy everyone. Thousands of gallons ' H''" i have been shipped from this vicinity. Tho splendid evangelistic serThreelinks v. July Isaacs of Dreyfus vices at Glades Christian Church filled his regular appointment at still continue Mr. Christopher or Sycamoro Saturday night and Sun- Berea College accompanied by Miss day; quite a largo crowd was In at- Nicholson and her Inther, who lives tendanceSeveral of tho teachers in Corbin, were the offlciatini? or this place attended the instiluto leachers in ehargo of Bluo Liok Sun" at Mt. Vernon last week, among ol August 2S, also Mr. Tros-p- er them were Joel M. Jones, Clay Dooland Miss Ulric motored out ey, J. W. II. Jones, and Misses Mary with them-M- rs. Henry Hillcnbcr- -i E. and Sarah Jones. Kenneth Luns-fo- rd ger and two children from Illinois, was visiting friends nnd rela- nlso Mrs. Wm. Ballinger or Wildle tives Saturday and Sunday. J. L. are visiting their parents, Mr. and Jones was at Bear Wallow, Madison Mrs. John Johnson. John Williams, county tho first of tho week on or Korby Knob, who has been business. Mrs. Sarah Johnson still with muscular rheumatism, continues very sick nnd Is not ex- almost a helpless cripple Tor years, pected to live. Tom, Robert nnd is stopping with relatives in thii Elox Johnson, of Hamilton, 0., nro vicinity whllo recoiving treatment visiting their mother who is so low. from Mr. Settles, or Berea, for his Dr. M. Pennington of Mt. Vernon malady. Mrs. Sam Scolt or Jellico.j was thru hero Sunday enrouto to Tennessee, will spend n few weeks John W. Johnsons, Talmadgo at tho homo or her sister, Mrs. L. Phillips and Delia Tankersley, of K. Flannery, nnd ntlend tho Berea Cooksburg, were married Sunday Fair, Mrs. Jnspor Mnupln, or s, evening at tho homo of J. J. Drew, visited her mother, Mrs. J on Big Hill, Rev. C. C. Isaacs officia- B. Terrill, Inst week nnd combined ting. May their pleasures bo as work with play by picking berrlos many as tho sands of tho sea and nnd making jam and Jelly to lake their troubles as light as tho roam. homo with her. Berries aro selling Miss lairn Griffin of Cooksburg there for $1.25 per gallon. A mis-lawas visiting her aisler, Dcma Angin tho account ot tho Powell lin at Threelinks Saturday and Sun- - Reunion in tbo last issue. Mr. and day-schoVer-snillcko Bobtown People In Boblown. July 20. this community are very busy in (heir harvest fields. Mr. Taylor, of Berea, gave a glorious talk in our Sunday-scho- ol yesterday. May he come ngain, as many souls wcro filled with what ho said. Mrs. Jallio Creckmoro spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. Mat Baker at Big Hill. Miss Blancho Lawson who has been working in Ohio tor the past year is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lawson tor a short time. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Neely woro guests of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Burns Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Evcrctlo Bengo vAro visiting on Houslcy Fork Saturday and SMnday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hendricks spent Sunday with Mr. and ,Mr3. Jim Powell nt Coylo. There is a Baptist tent meeting to bo held here for two weeks tonight by Revs. Richardson and Turpin. Tho former is ono of our best preachers in tho tent When the train came in back in l9iO years ago you might seen one or two automobiles waiting outside the station, when the weather was pleasant TEN There is one tire, at least, that makes no distinction between small cars and large cars so far as quality is coo cerned the U. S. Tire. Every U. S. Tire is just like every other in quality the best its builders know how to build. Select your ttre ao cording to the toad they have to travel: In tandy or hilly country, wherever the going is apt to be heavy Tb U. S. Nobby. For ordinary country road The U. S. Chata or Uico. For front wheel The U. S. Plain. Today the square is crowded with them. And most of the cars you generally see there are moderate-pric- e cars. For belt ererywhere-V.- S. reiulti Royal Anybody who tells you that owners of moderate-pric- e cars are not interested in the Cord. quality of their tires has never met very many of them. Whatever the size of your car, the service you get out of U. 6. Tires is the same. It isn't the car, but the man who owns the car, that sets the standard to which U. S. tires are made. IV We come m contact with the small car owner every day and we have found that he isjust as much interested as the big car owner. We feel the same way about it That's why we represent U. S. Tires in this community. Potts' GOLD DUST Flour it made of beat wheat and by most unproved methods United States Tires BOONE TAVERN GARAGE BEREA, KENTUCKY BEST BY TEST rW 156-- 3 For Sale By All Grocers R. L. POTTS & SON Waites Station, Ky.